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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE




THE COURIER


THURSDAY, MAY


12, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


GOVERNMENT SPOTLIGHT


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in the
NEWS


RESIGNATION
Kathy Burke, the city's
director of public
works, resigns.
PAE 4


MYHERY
The Friends of the
Bruton Memorial
Library will stage
their annual mystery
dinner theater.
AGE 14


BRIGGS


Family can surprise
you sometimes.
PAGES


INDEX


GEORGE H'. NEWMAN/Saffpholo
Mayor Mike Sparkman, center, stands in city hall May 9 with members of his family and other commissioners during his last official commis-
sion meeting.


Sparkman Leaves Commission To Younger Blood'


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MAYOR PRESIDES OVER
LAST MEETING


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
CROSSWORD gnewman@mediageneral.com
tE B A political career that to some may have
.................. seemed like a lifetime has come to an end.
FAMILY UVING After 16 years as a city commissioner and
p&, | multiple-term mayor, Mike Sparkman
chaired his last official meeting at city hall
Monday.
GOING PLACES "I think it is time for me to step aside and
PE 4 let younger members of the commission
................... guide the city for a while," Sparkman said. "I
OPINION do have mixed emotions about leaving.; But


SCHOOLS
WE 18


WORSHIP
PAGE I


IN THETRIBUNE
Here's a preview of
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tribune's
Plant City section
Saturday:
L) Jim McDaniel,
who spent his
childhood in the Laura
Street area, is working
to restore his old
neighborhood.


the city is in good hands. And who knows?
Rather than missing being part of every step
made in the city, I just might enjoy being out
of the loop."
Sparkman announced earlier this year that
he wouldn't run for re-election. His fellow
commissioners had kind words for their col-
league during the commission's regular
meeting May 9.
"A generation of Plant City residents only
know the city commission with Mike Spark-
man as a member," Commissioner John
Dicks said. "We are thankful and much better
off for your service. You have inspired,
encouraged, supported and sometimes frus-
trated me. But I am a better commissioner


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Gil Gott, left, executive director of Plant City Photo Archives, advisory
council member Stanley Kolker and founder and president Ed Verner hold
up a banner last week featuring photos of local veterans the organization
has collected for its upcoming gala. The idea for a veterans memorial in
Plant City evolved from the project.


and the community is better because of you.
You are leaving huge shoes to fill."
Commissioner Mary Yvette Thomas-
Mathis, who served as Sparkman's vice mayor
this year and in years past, said Sparkman's
book of life would be continued.
"You have done so much for your city,
Hillsborough County, the state and the coun-
try," Thomas-Mathis told Sparkman.
Thomas-Mathis, in recalling her close rela-
tionship with former mayor and city commis-
sioner Sadye Martin, and her relationship
with Sparkman, told him: "A part of her lives
in you."
City Manager David Sollenberger said that
See SPARKMAN, Page 19


IDEA STEMMED FROM
EFFORT TO COLLECT
VETERANS' PHOTOS
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneraLcom
In a city steeped in history,
there is something that some
residents find conspicuous in
its absence: a memorial dedi-
cated to local veterans.
Now, 60 years after the end


of World War II, plans are ir
the works to build one.
"It's kind of odd that Plani
City, given its size and its heri-
tage, doesn't have one," saic
Ed Verner, a local business-
man and founder and presi-
dent of Plant City Photc
Archives Inc., a nonprofit
organization that collects, cat-
alogues and restores historic
Plant City photos.
Verner and several mem-
See VETERANS, Page 2:


HONOR AND REMEMBRANCE


Plans In The Works

For Veterans Memorial


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Family & Friends, 1304 S.
Collins St.
Proceeds help the non-
profit group feed Plant
City's hungry.

Dessert theater
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Music will present a des-
sert theater, "Music by
Candlelight," May 13 at 7
p.m. at Easiside Baptist
Church banquet hall. 1218
E. Calhoun St.
Tickets are $10 for
adults, $6 foi enior citi-.
zens and children.

Charity golf tournament
The 2nd annual Charity
Challenge Golf Tourna-
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well Banker is scheduled
for Nlay 13 at 1 p.m.- at
Walden Lake Golf & Coun -
try Club.
The fee of $65 includes
cart. green fee, prJctice
range and dinner. I..Pro-
ceeds will benefit .the
Coldwell Bankers CARES
Community Foundation.
Call: 754-3586.

SATURDAY
Bike event benefits
Habitat for Humanity
The inaugural H_ me: -
Fund Raiser, s'ponsored'b~r
Cherry's and hosted by the
Plant City Chapter of Hab-
itat for Hum:t'iry, is set for
See CALENDAR, Page 22


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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
and TONY MARRERO
Courier staff writers
Each Sunday, thousands in Plant City
meet in their respective churches to focus
the power of their prayer.
Last week, hundreds of those worship-
ers came together to join their voices with
those from around the country for the
54th annual National Day of Prayer.
Somebody Cares of Plant City orga-
nized the local
"We get to events that
included a
participate in prayer breakfast
at First United
this unique Methodist
freedom so often Church, noon-
that we forget city hall and an
h evening gather-
hotw unique and ing at the Plant
special it is. We itod.Churh of
can't forget the Tim Ireland,
--.chairman of the
SOUrce Ofthat 7 Christian Lead-
.r.e our* ership Council,
freedom, our came to Plant
Lord" City to partici-
pate in the day's
TIM IRELAND events, speaking
chairman, Christian in front of a
Leadership Council crowd ofroughly
200 at the break-
fast, then to a smaller gathering at city
hall.
Standing in froni of the city commis-
sion dais in city hall's Sadye Gibbs Martin
Auditorium, Ireland asked those at the
noontime meeting ot to take for granted
.,what made the d.ayossible.
"We get to picipate in this unique
freedom so oftf that we forget how
unique and special it is," he said. "We
.can't forget the source of that freedom,
our Lord."
The NationalDay of Prayer has its ori-
gins before the founding of the United
States, when' the Continental Congress
issued a proclamation setting aside a day
of prayer in1 1775. In 1952, Congress
established an annual day of prayer. That
law was amended in 1998, designating
the National Day of Prayer as the first
Thursday in May.
Among the other speakers at the
midday session were the Rev. Tom Thoeni
of St. ieter's Episcopal Church, the Rev.
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Howell said.


and Julio Santana, director of the Bread of
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"Today we come together, as a family,
as a community, to give thanks," Santana
said, eyes closed, head bowed in prayer.
"We confess we still have differences
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Jeff and Tina Howell of Plant City
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from 4 weeks to 17 years, to city hall.
"I wanted my children to see the exam-
ple of the leaders in our area praying for
our country," Jeff Howell said.
Howell's daughter Autumn, 17, said
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"Prayer is a foundation for our city and
for what we believe in," she said.
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VENDORS RANGE FROM CAR
DEALERS TO CHIROPRACTORS
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Diane Crow needs a car and her carpets
cleaned.
The Plant City resident met representatives
from businesses who can help her with both at
the Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce's
third annual Community Expo, held last week at
Hillsborough Community College.
More than 50 businesses set up displays at the
May 4 expo. Visitors walked from table to table
in several rooms of the college's Florida Studies
Building, munching on chips and salsa from Mi
Casa Restaurant and picking up information on
businesses ranging from chiropractors to eco-
tour guides.
Some of the roughly 400 attendees took
advantage of hands-on displays such as the free
massages at the Dunn Chiropractic booth.
Crow picked up a glossy brochure for a sport-
utility vehicle from the Lott-Mather Buick-Pon-
tiac-GMC table and another from Advantage
Restoration Inc. a new business that specializes
in fire and water damage restoration and does
residential and commercial carpet and floor
cleaning.
"I didn't even know they existed," said Crow.
That was a common refrain among visitors to
the expo and the reason why the chamber cre-
ated the expo three years ago, said Barbara
Powers, who chaired the chamber's expo com-
mittee.
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Robyn Markley, a chiropractor with Markley Chiropractic & Acupuncture in Plant City, explains the results of
Nann Whitney's surface EMG test, which helps to detect spinal misalignment, at the chamber of commerce's
Community Expo held May 4.


GOING PLACES


Gafford is new Wal-Mart manager
Kerrie Gafford has been named
manager of the Wal-Mart Super-
center in Plant City. Gafford, who
has more than 17 years of retail
experience, began her duties as
store manager Feb. 12.
Gafford began her career with
Wal-Mart in 1991 in the company's
management training program in
Lakeland. Upon completion of the
program, she was promoted to
assistant manager in Plant City. She
held the same position in Bartow,
where she was later promoted to
co-manager. She also worked as a


A smooth ride
The railroad crossing
at Airport Road,
between Woodrow
Wilson and Alexander
streets, has been
completed after a
slight delay. CSX
Transportation Inc.
maintenance crews
replaced metal plates
with asphalt last
week to make the
crossing smoother for
traffic.


co-manager of a new Supercenter
in Lakeland. Gafford was them
promoted to store manager in Olds-
mar, the last position she held
before returning to Plant City as
store manager.
Prior to joining Wal-Mart, Gaf-
ford received a bachelor's degree in
marketing from the University of
South Florida in 1991.

Smith named manager
at Tractor Supply
Mike Smith has been named
store manager of Tractor Supply


Company's Plant City location.
Smith joined the company as an
assistant manager in Plant City in
2002. Prior to that, he worked in
management for an auto supply
company.

Going Places is a new feature to
highlight hirings, promotions,
award recipients and other note-
worthy achievements of members of
Plant City's business sector. We
welcome headshots to run with
items. Submit to editor Tony Mar-
rero at tmarrero@mediageneral.


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.


Public Works

Director Submits

Resignation

KATHY BURKE HEADED TO JOB
IN PRIVATE SECTOR
Staff Report
Kathy Burke, the city's director of public
works who helped bring to fruition some
of the city's most recognizable landmarks,
has submitted her resignation.
City Manager David Sollenberger sent a
release to The Courier at deadline on
Tuesday that noted Burke's resignation is
I effective July 15.
W Burke has accepted a job as

a senior project manager for
Post, Buckley, Schuh and Jer-
ningan Inc., or PBS&J, a
professional engineering firm
in Tallahassee, Sollenberger
said.
Burke Burke has worked for the
city for 13 years and helped
guide many of the city's major projects.
Among them: the construction of the new
city hall; the restoration of the Union
Station Depot and improvements to
McCall Park; the conversion of Plant City
Stadium for use as a softball venue; and
the conversion of the former AutoNation
building into the new Plant City Police
Department headquarters.
She was instrumental in planning the
upcoming project to upgrade and expand
the city's water reclamation facility and in
managing cleanup during last year's
unprecedented hurricane season, Sollen-
berger said.
Burke was especially successful in
acquiring state funding, especially
through grants, for city projects, and in
acquiring permitting for water-quality
projects and gateway road landscaping,
Sollenberger said.
"Ms. Burke has been a strong performer
and through her efforts has contributed
significantly toward achieving high qual-
ity major infrastructure, facilities and
public building projects," Sollenberger
said.




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HCC: A Billion Dollar Impact

HCC is a billion dollar industry whose direct economic impact on the community
is $ 1.6 billion, but it doesn't stop there. We provide the corporate training and continuing
education that is absolutely necessary to maintain a thriving work force.
Our mission is further supported by the HCC Foundation and the HCC Alumni Association.


TCTC: The Corporate Training
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TCTC offers a selection of more than 350
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electronics, computer technology and
hospitality management.
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Continuing Education (Non-Credit)
HCC's Continuing Education Department
makes it possible for workers to advance
in their careers or find new ones by
offering certification courses in real estate,
insurance and health care.
Call 813.253.7980 or go to
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HCC Foundation
The HCC Foundation, Inc. is the
fund-raising arm of the College.
Call 813.253.7114 or go to
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to learn how you can enrich education.

HCC Alumni Association
HCC's Alumni Association is an important
part of the College's support system.
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As any friend could say:
Perhaps you were not there at all.
Just thought ot us that day.
Whatever you did to console our heart,
We thank you so much whatever the part.
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I'll always see your face
The corner of your smile
And all the little things that made you Justin
Like it was yesterday, It won't ever fade away

You will never be forgotten
A million days could pass us by
And a Billion tears will fall in time
What is time but just a dream
And our dream is now a memory

I can't hold your hand
Or look into your eyes
And when I talk to you
It just echoes in my mind
And that world just keeps on going
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Whether for a minute or Forever
You knew him by his smile
And his cowboy ways
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Oklahoma!
The cast of Plant City
Children's Theatre's
production of "Okla-
homa" rehearses a
number for its upcoming
production of the
popular Broadway show
slated for May 14 at the
1914 Plant City High
School Community
Center, 605 N. Collins St.
Showtimes are 2 and 7
p.m.; Garyelvis will
perform before the
evening show. Tickets
are $5 in advance, $10 at
the door. Advance
tickets can be purchased
at Hardee's Fashions,
1501 N. Wheeler St., or
the Children's Theatre
studio, 507 N. Wheeler
St. Call: 752-1621.


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FA MIL Y_


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BETTY'S PLACE



A Family Surprise In The Shoe Department


I must be slipping, for I can
no longer say it is impossible
to surprise me.
My children always say I
am one step ahead of them,
and this past weekend, the
tables were turned when my
youngest daughter and her
new husband from Nashville
showed up in a most unlikely
place.
I don't have a clue how
they kept me from finding
out.
My twin sister and I were
shopping for shoes at Nord-
strom, and I looked up and
saw my youngest daughter
and her new husband from
Nashville walking toward me.
For months there had been a
long list of reasons why they
would not be able to make it
to Florida for at least another
year: her husband's orthope-
dic residency hours will not
allow it, they can't leave their
growing "baby" viszla
(puppy), the expense of a new
water heater and tires, and a
myriad of other excuses this
grammy sighed and accepted.
We had a teary reunion right
there among the Nikes.
The next day, joined by the
whole family, we celebrated
with a picnic in the backyard
by the koi pond and it could
not have been a more perfect
Mother's Day for me!

Superlative speaker
She's done it again.
Caycee Hampton, a senior
at Plant City High School, won
the group level speech contest
in the Rotary Club competi-
tion held recently at Lone
Palm Golf and Country Club
in Lakeland. Lake North
Rotary Club hosted the event.
Caycee, an honor student
and first maid in the 2005
Florida Strawberry Festival
court, will attend the Univer-
sity of Florida. Congratula-
tions!

It's academic
The brainy PCHS Academic
Team was named Hills-
borough County runner-up in
the "Smart Pants Quiz Show."
The contest, featuring
questions on social science,
local government and current
events, was taped on
consecutive Saturdays, with
the championship round on
April 17.
Bloomingdale High School
took top honors. Represent-
ing PCHS were seniors Will
Anderson, Clay Bavinger,
Scott Cutshall, and juniors
Antoine Jackson, Steven


Special to The Courier
Plant City High School juniors Ryan Napier, left, Scott Presnell, Atoine Jackson and Steven Mosser
were among the seven students representing the school at the recent Smart Pants Quiz Show.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


Mosser, Ryan Napier and
Scott Presnell. Great job, guys!

Sacrificing for service
After 33 years, Col. Richard
Clark of Plant City under-
stands the sacrifices our
soldiers make when they are
active duty.
As an Army Reserve soldier,
Clark has spent more than 15
years performing weekend
drills, then another 13 years
spending up to a month in
other countries providing his
services in the field of com-
munications or counter
intelligence.
He was activated two years
prior to the 9/11 tragedy,
working for Special Opera-
tions Command at MacDill
Air Force Base. After 9/11, he
was called to activity duty
twice, working for two and
half years in the Army Opera-


tions Center at the Pentagon. -
He left the Pentagon in
February of this year and was
awarded the Legion of Merit
for his exceptionally
meritorious service while
serving as an Army Opera-
tions Team Chief and later as
a member of the Army Chief
of Staffs Transformation
Team.
Col. Clark says he looks
forward to spending time
with his two daughters and
his grandchildren, and getting
into the sailboat charter
business. We wish him
smooth sailing ahead and a
huge thank you for his
sacrifices.

Picture this
I'm told there has been a
great response to the call for
photos of veterans for Plant
City Photo Archives Inc. Betty
Watkins, who is volunteering
time for the nonprofit group's
effort, has collected more
than 100.
The veteran does not
necessarily have to be from
Plant City, but just connected
somehow to it. I've submitted
ones of my father who was a
World War II P-51 Mustang
fighter pilot and member of
the Tokyo Club (those who
flew missions over the Tokyo
during the war).
The archive plans to
reproduce some of these
photos on banners. Someday,


Special to The Courier
Plant City High School senior
Caycee Hampton accepts her
award for winning the Rotary
Club's speech contest on both
the local and group levels
from Floyd Hall, left, speech
chairman for the Plant City
Rotary clubs, and Jeff Fee of
the Lakeland North Rotary
Club.

little Plant City residents Rob
Trinkle Briggs and Kate Briggs
will appreciate their great-
grandfather's efforts in the
war.
There's still time to submit
pictures and get in on the
annual black-tie affair, which
will be June 4. Call 752-1442
or 417-7559 for information.

Picture your news in this
space. Send items to gaby-
lee@aol.com or mail or hand
deliver them to The Courier,
c/o Betty Briggs, 101 N.
Wheeler St., Plant City, FL
33566.


BIRTHS


South Florida Baptist Hospital
The following births were
reported at South Florida
Baptist Hospital:
March 3
A daughter, Chassidy Jac-
queline Middleton, to Amanda
Rowell and Charles Middleton
of Plant City.
March 4
A son, Justin Obie Smith, to
Rosa Singleton and Obie Otis


Smith of Plant City.
March 6
A son, Caden Lee Caldwell,
to Deanna and Brian Caldwell
of Plant City.
March 10
A daughter, Sara Beth Weid-
man, to April Bleber and Justin
Weidman of Plant City.
March 12
A daughter, Zurisadal
Garcia, to Claudia and Martin


Garcia of Plant City.
A son, Zachary Hunter
Shores, to Susan M. Shores of
Plant City.
March 14
A daughter, Autumn Jeanne
Mayer, to Karen Courson and
Stephan Mayer of Plant City.
March 15
A son, Oscar Rodriguez, to
Maria and Ruben Rodriguez of
Plant City.


March 18
A son, Jeremiah Jaden
Smith, to Le Rhonda and
Omar Smith of Plant City.
March 19
A daughter, Alexis Grace-
lynn Crayton, to Crystal
Salome and Larry Crayton of
Plant City.
March 21
A son, Orren Wyatt Sher-
wood, to Peggy Sherwood of
Plant City.


COMMUNITY

ROUNDUP

'Lend Me A Tenor'
Plant City Entertain-
ment closes its production
of "Lend Me a Tenor" May
13-14 in the auditorium at
Hillsborough Community
College's Plant City
campus, 1206 N. Park
Road. Showtime is 8 p.m.
April Smith is director,
with Josh Mange as assis-
tant director.
Tickets are $10 for
adults, $8 for senior citi-
zens and students, $7 for
PCE members.
Call: April Smith, 731-
0615.

Auditions for 'The
Little Mermaid'
The Plant City Chil-
dren's Theatre will host
auditions for "The Little
Mermaid" everyweeknight
at 8, May 16 through June
6.
One-time fee of $45 for
rehearsal, which runs from
May through August. The
show will be Aug. 2.
Call: 752-1621.

Auditions for 'Peter Pan'
Auditions for "Peter
Pan" are set for May 23-26
at Dance Expressions, 206
E. Evers St. There is a one-
time $35 registration fee
for the show. Actors are
responsible for their cost-
uming and props required
for the part they portray.
Rehearsals will be Mon-
days and Thursdays from 6
to 7:30 p.m. beginning
June 6, and show dates at
Durant High School are
July 15 at 7 p.m. and July 16
at 2 and 6 p.m.
Call: 545-0685.

Mature driver course
An AARP "55 Alive"
driver safety class will be
offered June 1-2 from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. at South
Florida Baptist Hospital,
301 N. Alexander St.
Registration: 754-4444.

Music classes, theater
camp for kids
Private voice, piano and
woodwinds classes will be
offered in June at Ms. Dix-
ie's Aurora Music & Per-
forming Arts, 206 S. Evers
St.
Theater camp will be
offered June 13-17 from 9
a.m. to noon. Cost is $75
per child. Class will include
staging, acting, singing,
dancing, makeup and set
building for ages 5 to 18.
Supplies and snacks will
be provided.
Call: 545-0685.

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.

See ROUNDUP, Page 17





MAY 12, 2005 THE COURIER 9


WEDDINGS

Thiel-Mclntosh
Lewis Scott McIntosh of Plant City
and Mary Elizabeth Thiel of Alpha-
retta, Ga., were married Dec. 4, 2004, at
First Baptist Church of Atlanta.
The bride is the daughter of David
and Janice Thiel of Alpharetta, and
granddaughter of Alice W. Gregory of
Ruston, La., and the late A.H. William-
son Sr.; and Sue Brown of Shreveport,
La., and the late Paul L. Thiel Sr.
The groom is the son of Lewis and
Rebecca Simpson of McIntosh, III.,
and Plant City, and the grandson of
Thelma McIntosh of Plant City and the
late Lewis S. McIntosh Jr.
The ceremony was officiated by the
Rev. Richard Ferrell and the Rev.
Tommy Warnock.
Ceremony and reception music was
provided by Gary Menzie, pianist.
Ceremony vocalist was Amanda
Owenby.
Reader was Bethany Falter of Plant
City.
The bride was given away by her
father, David.
Maid of honor was Amanda Owenby
of Fort Worth, Texas.
Bridesmaids were Nenna Ukuku of
Decatur, Ga.; Emily Plomchok of Phil-
adelphia; Christina Wilson of Atlanta;
and Serena Ayscue of Plant City.
The groom was attended by best
man Christian Nicolette of Tampa,
and groomsmen Tim Falter of Plant


Mary and Lewis Mcintosh

City; Jason Wise of Virginia Beach, Va.;
Jerry Tadlock of Plant City; and Andy
Thiel of Alpharetta.
Ushers were Matthew Miller of
Spartanburg, S.C.; and Derik Gutowski
of Plant City.
Flower girl was Piper Nugent of
Marietta, Ga.
Ring bearer was Kyle Ayscue of Plant
City.
The bride wore a white duchess
satin ball gown that featured a
strapless, corset-style bodice detailed
with embroidery and beadwork. A fin-
gertip veil, sprinkled with rhinestone
and pearl star accents, was attached to
a rhinestone tiara. Attached to the
bride's gown was a vintage handker-
chief that had been carried by several
generations of the family brides.
The reception followed the cere-
mony.


Following a wedding trip to Stone
Mountain, Ga., and Little Gasparilla
Island, the couple are at home in Plant
City.
Elizabeth is a teacher for Hills-
borough County, and Scott serves as a
minister to students and singles at
Turkey Creek First Baptist Church of
Plant City. The couple has been active
in mission work in countries through-
out the world.
English-Crosby
Justin Wade Crosby and Deidra
Luanne English were married Oct. 23,
2004 at First Baptist Church of Dover.
The bride is the daughter of Rodney
and Lucinda English, and the groom is
the son of Jerry and Linda Crosby.
The double-ring ceremony was con-
ducted by Brother Benny Keck.
Vocalist was Ceci Ingram accompa-
nied by a string trio.
The bride was given away by her
father, Rodney.
Maid of honor was Amanda Verner,
sister of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Kayla English,
sister of the bride, and Megan Pickern
and Britney Balliet, both cousins of the
bride.
The groom was attended by best
man Ryan Crosby, brother of the
groom, and groomsmen Torey Home,
Matthew Simmons and Sean McNabb,
all friends of the groom.
Ringbearer was Hunter Blanton,
cousin of the bride.
Flower girls were Hannah Duclos
and Savannah Blanton, cousins of the
bride.


Deidra and Justin Crosby

The bride wore an antique white
chapel-length gown with shear three-
quarter-length sleeves, a scooped
neckline inlaid with delicate beading,
bodice with Austrian crystals, freshwa-
ter pearls and a handpiece and veil to
match.
The bridesmaids wore a meadow
green Dupioni silk two-piece suit and
carried a fall-colored bouquet.
Groomsmen wore classic black-
and-white tuxedos.
The reception followed the cere-
mony in First Baptist's Christian Life
Center.
The bride is a hair stylist at Toni &
Guy.
The groom is an architect for Curts
Gaines Hall Jones Architects.
After a wedding trip to North Caro-
lina, the couple are at home in the
Plant City Historic District.


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To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Natasha Davis at 365-4439.


ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doi-er 5. Doter Rd fiouning St.
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
.llen chapel : 110911 laura St.
"52-"389
.Ifount Ollue Ill.IIt Iiadison st
5fount Olive: Horton Rd.
3".2628
APOSTOLIC
Liamblen .poslolica:
1501 Colson Rd, 737-3496
Aposlolic Church
ol esus Christ:
1122 1. Reynolds, 477-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Lithia, 685-4240
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
Thonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
1110N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-
Polk County Line, 752-0532
Faith lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 A. "52-1885
first Plant (itl:
(barlie Griffin Rd,
Tof SR 39 5. '52-3351
fort .hlafia: cornerr of South Hwy. 39
& Snille7r Rd. -37-4656
Ke'suille- iR 640, 737-4803
Mount lion:
I- at fhonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
lurke, Creek Rd. 737-3529
I irtorn. orhip Center:
(ounth line Rd. 754-6089
S.dnel. 5irdnei Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of"sdner-Doier Rd, 659-0532
lurker (reek:
furker (reek Rd. 754-5372
BAPTIST
.Ahara: lurker (reek Rd,
A. of jR 60, "3"-3739
Alafia Baptist:
222 .lafla (burcb Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 5. '37-1232
Bethan\: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 801 Renfro St,
"5-.2239
Beulah: .llen & County Line Rd,
lithia. 3'"-1122
Bible: (harlie Griffin Rd,
"52-28'5
Burchnood emple:
[ucild Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
(all an Free Will:
539 Trapnell Rd E.
(edar Grove: f. Keysville Rd,
'"3-134;
Central of I ilhia:
Pinecrest Keysville Rd
(hurch on the Rock:
.30i .llsobrook, 752-3740
(ommunilt Christian:
1310A. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
crossroads : SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
'". 1211/
Dorer Fastslde: Countryside Baptist
(burch, 2820 Gallagber, 571-8200
Dorer first: N. 6allagher Rd,
659-020.
Eastside. 1318 [. Calhoun St,
54-.2681
last Ihonotosassa: McIntosh
& hAnghts-6riffln Rd, 986-4346
faith temple Primitive:
808 I. UHashingtlon St. 754-6661
first Baptist churchh of Midway:
i.iduai Rd. "52-7209
First Baptist llhia:
Intersection of 5R 39 &
lithia-Pinecrest Rd, 737-1121
First Plant ClE:
503 \ Palmer. '52-4104


Firlt lhonotoiasaa ,lssionan.
tilintosh Rd, 986. "56
llarmono Baptist church .
6008 It. Knights Griffin Rd.
986 .'165
Hopeuell: 5R39 S. "3' 3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Htlun.
'52-49"2
lebanon- Branch Iorbes Rd.
"52-2006
lone Oak: lone Oak Rd.
"54 5i"8
ilount Sioriah I'renilll.
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W Ball St,
754-3834
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside:
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh Baptist Church:
905W. Terrace Dr., 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Community Church:
907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
TrapnellRd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W GranfieldAve,
752-1450
WhitehurstRd:
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Little Union:
15510 County Rd 39, Lithia
634-4754
Salem Primitive:
14402 Salem Church Rd., Sydney
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springbead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
MclntoshRd, Nof SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900


Plant (it1: 2103 Iludlake Rd
"52-4591
lurker (reek: lurker (reek Rd
at SR 60. "3-1331
lhonolosassa:
1"02 ,\ Falor Rd, 986.1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Arndiers ni Inijlnad
hi snua first: 2808 hinsuar .5..
effner. 65' "'500
Plant (itl. Grace fellow ship
"13 .1sobrook -t. 361-819h
first- .. Gordon and Baker St.
"52 6-38
Gospel tabernacle:
Allen Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peters: 301 ,. taret St.
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 WE Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, W of SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church ofJesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough Ave,
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: U.S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian
Orthodox Church:
3820 Moores Lake Rd,
Dover, 659-0123


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PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly: r*
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802 F rTSt Un
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center: l
803 W Mahoney St, 757-6123 huTc
New life Temple Pentecostal T
Church of God: Plant C
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088 3-,3 N Ev.er St
Annointed Ministries Dmt Tan
709 N. Park Rd., 754-3626 D iWntoTi. Rn
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Dover: Moore's Lake & Holiness WORSHIP HO
Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God: 8:00 am Chapel Comm
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840 Service
9:00 am Contemporary
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Junior Woman's Club
The Junior Woman's Club
will meet May 12 at the Wom-
an's Club, 1110 N. Wheeler St.
A 6:30 p.m. social will be fol-
lowed by the meeting at 7.
Call: Mary Buzza, 759-0946.

Hibiscus Circle
The Hibiscus Circle of the
Plant City Garden Club will
meet May 16 at 6 p.m. at the
home of Jan Griffin in Plant
City.
There will be covered dish
dinner.
Call: Jan Griffin, 754-8685 or
Lisa Strange, 717-9492.

UDC
The Plant City Chapter No.
1931 United Daughters of the
Confederacy will meet May 21
at 10 a.m. at the 1914 High
School, 605 N. Collins St.
Laurie Beth Roman will
discuss Native Americans and
the Confederacy. She is the
author of "Who's Looking for
Whom in Native American
Ancestry."
Women who can document
that they are direct descen-
dants of a Confederate veteran
are welcome to attend.
Call: Carole, 759-0078.

PCHS Class of 1995
The Plant City High School
Class of 1995 will have its 10-
year reunion June 11 at Jack-
son's on Harbour Island in
downtown Tampa.

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finding classmates. If you have
information, or would like to
find out more about the reun-
ion, call her at 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 classmates or who wish
to find out more about the
event can call Gibbs at 754-
1092.

PCHS Class of 1990
The Plant City High School
Class of 1990 will celebrate its
15-year reunion June 24-25.
An "Adult Night Out" is
planned for Friday at Lone
Palm Golf Club in Lakeland. A
family picnic is planned for Sat-
urday at Springhead Park.
Information: Lori, 478-3886;
or e-mail PCHS1990@tamp-
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Home and Community
Education
The Hillsborough Associa-
tion for Home and Community
Education seeks members.
HCE partners with the Hills-
borough County Extension
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Florida A&M
The Florida A&M University
National Alumni Association
Plant City Chapter meets every
fourth Monday at 6:30 p.m. at
Mount Moriah Missionary
Baptist Church, 911 E. Warren
St.
Call: Bea Crowell, 752-0451.
Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan Club
meets the first and third Thurs-
day of every month at 7 a.m.
Call Pat Pogue at 754-4680 for
location.

PCHS Class of'51
The Plant City High School
Class of 1951 meets the second
Tuesday of the month at the
Orange Blossom Tea Room,
106 S. Evers St.
Call: 752-8479.

Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of
Plant City meets the first Friday
of every month from 7 to 8:45
p.m. at Ms. Cherie's Art &
Frame Shop, 119 W. Alexander
St.
The group was formed to
help children appreciate art
and participate in hands-on
activities.
Call: 719-6887.
See CLUBS, Page 20


ANNIVERSARIES

Sluder 45th anniversary
Tom and Judy Sluder will celebrate their 45th anniver-
sary on May 6. They were married in 1960 in Jacksonville.
The former Judith Mae Willhelm was born in Marion,
Ind., and is retired.
e. MI .B Tom was born in Anderson,
S.C., and is self-employed in
: sales.
Both Tom and Judy attended
school in Jacksonville, where they
were married at the Central
Christian Church. Their children
were born there. They came to
This area in 1973.
They have two sons, Thomas
and Keith, both of Dover; a
daughter, Theresa of Sarasota,
and a deceased daughter, Kath-
ryn; five grandchildren; and two
Tom and Judy Sluder great-grandchildren.

Boone 65th anniversary
Floyd and Dorothy Boone celebrated their 65th wedding
anniversary April 26.
They were married in 1940 in the Plant City home of the
Rev. Harry Devane.
The former Dorothy Cothron
was born in Largo, and is a
member of the Disabled Ameri-
can Veterans Auxiliary.
Floyd was born in Hawthorne
and is a member of the Disabled .
American Veterans. The couple .
are retired chicken farm owners, :'
and attend Eastside Baptist
Church of Plant City.
They have two sons, Floyd M.
of Plant City and Dennis of Fort
Myers; four daughters, Elsie
Mize of Knoxville, Tenn., Carol Dorothy and Floyd
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12 THE COURIER MAY 12, 2005


WORSHIP


By LINDA CHION KENNEY
lchion@mediageneral.com
The Rev. Harry "Haralam-
bos" Linsinbigler was blessing
Easter baskets recently at a
small church in Dover that
once housed a monastery.
Five weeks after the rest of
Christendom celebrated
Easter, Orthodox Christians
gathered May 1 for the cele-
bration of Pascha, a word with
Greek and Hebrew roots that
means both "the Jewish feast
of the Passover" and "the
Christian festival of Easter."
The Orthodox Church follows
a calendar that departs from
the Roman Catholic Church
three out of every four years.
Every fourth year, Easter for
both denominations falls on
the same day. But always in
the Orthodox calendar, Easter
falls after Passover, which
according to religious teach-
ing was the night Jesus Christ
broke bread with his disciples
before his crucifixion.
And so this recent Sunday,
Linsinbigler, at the Most Holy
Mother of God Orthodox
Church at 3820 Moores Lake
Road, celebrated with his con-
gregation the most joyous of
feasts in the Christian cal-
endar.
It was Linsinbigler's second
Easter in his first assignment
as head priest, a journey that
began at age 12 when he read
the Bible from cover to cover.
It was an unusual undertaking
for a pre-teen boy, but back
then he didn't see it so much
as a calling as a quest for
knowledge.
"I wasn't brought to church
much, except for the wed-
dings of some Ukranian cous-
ins," he said. "For the most
part, I didn't go to church
until age 12, and then I
brought my parents back."
Linsinbigler said he read
the King James version of the
Bible, then studied the differ-
ent religions in his family's
background Protestantism,
Roman Catholicism and
Orthodoxy. He found Ortho-
doxy "had the clearest con-
nection to the earliest
Christian church."
"At first it was intellectual
curiosity" that drove him to
read the Bible, Linsinbigler
said. "I had Nintendo, but I
could beat that all in one day. I
needed something else. Six
months later, I asked my


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The Rev. Harry "Haralambos" Linsinbigler of the Most Holy
Mother of God Orthodox Church in Dover gets ready for the
blessing of Easter baskets following Sunday's service. The
Orthodox Easter was celebrated May 1. Behind him are the
newly installed icons from Lebanon. Below, checking out their
Easter egg hunt finds on Orthodox Easter Sunday are, from
left, Maxim Danyluk and Alexis and Elisabeth Linsinbigler.


mother for a Hebrew-Greek
study Bible and I taught myself
some ancient Greek and
Hebrew. My mother said I was
a prayerful person from the
very beginning."
That life has led to Dover,
where Linsinbigler took over


as priest-after the death of the
church's founding priest, the
former Arthur J. Starr, a med-
ical doctor who served in
Vietnam. In his religious life,
he was known as the Rt. Rev.
Archimandrite Anastasije
Starcevic. He served as a
priest in the Ukranian
Orthodox Church and later
founded the Dover parish as a
place for Orthodox Christians
of all backgrounds to work-
shop.
On becoming a priest in the
Orthodox Church, a man
must "remain as he is," Lin-
sinbigler said, whether he's
married, single, divorced or
widowed. The role of the
priest's wife in the life of the
church is acknowledged with
the title "presbyteria."
That Orthodox priests can
be husbands and fathers dates
back to St. Paul's assertion


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Hopewell Baptist To Celebrate 132 Years


Staff Report
More than 13 decades after its humble
beginnings in a one-room log cabin,
Hopewell Baptist Church will celebrate
another homecoming May 15.
Special services are planned, starting at
10:30 a.m., including groundbreaking for
the church's new fellowship building,
dinner on the grounds and music pro-
vided by The Duncan Boys and Legacy.
John R. McDonald, who relocated to
Florida from Hopewell, Ala., after his
doctor advised him he should be living in
warmer climes, founded the church in
1870. McDonald settled in a remote area


in southeastern Hillsborough and named
it Hopewell.
Though the first church, a 10-foot-by-
12-foot cabin, was tiny, it had two doors
- one for men, one for women because
they weren't allowed to sit together. The
church was constituted and recorded
with the Florida Baptists in 1873.
The congregation erected a new build-
ing in 1902 at a cost of $854.92. A pasto-
rium was built in 1947, and the church
building was remodeled, including the
addition of a new entryway with brick
steps and columns, in 1955.
The congregation would go on to con-


struct a recreation hall, an educational
building and most recently a garage.
The church's current pastor, the Rev.
Wayne Clayton, will celebrate five years of
service this year.
Though the church has come a long
way, a church history describes it as still
"just a friendly country church 'where
everybody is somebody and Christ is
everything.'"
Church services are on Sundays begin-
ning with Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.,
morning worship at 10:30 and evening
worship at 6. Wednesday prayer meetings
are at 7 p.m.


Orthodox Easter

Young Priest Has Lofty Goals At Dover Church


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that "a man cannot shepherd
well the house of God unless
he shepherds first his own
house well," Linsinbigler said.
"Honestly, I would say proba-
bly 50 percent of my ministry
and my ability to help comes
from my experiences with my
own family. It allows me to
empathize with people and
see problems coming down
the line."
Linsinbigler and his wife,
Carrie, live with their three
children, ages 8, 6 and 4, in the
rectory that once served as the
monastery on church
grounds.
Father Anastasije founded
the church about 18 years ago
"with a couple of families who
needed a church to worship
in," Linsinbigler said. "In
those days, almost all of the
Orthodox churches in the area
had services all in Greek, and
these Ukranian families didn't
understand Greek and had
very limited English. Over the
years it has grown into a more
basically Orthodox parish."
Richard Smith joined Greg
and Peggy Sieburth outside
the church after the Easter
Sunday luncheon and "bles-
sing of the baskets." The Sie-
burths have an Ukranian
Orthodox background and
Peggy said she was the first
person baptized in the church,
in July 1987.
Smith sings in the choir and
is a self-described "Protestant
convert."
"As I always tell my friends, I
hit a point in my life when I
wanted to find old school
Christianity as far back as I
could go," Smith said.
As Milton Tutko, parish
council president, put it: "You
can trace the Orthodox
religion all the way back to the
Apostles."
Tutko has been with the
church for about seven years,
watching its congregation
grow to about 80 paid mem-
bers and another 20 to 40
"drop-ins." Tutko's back-
ground is as a Russian
Orthodox and he acknow-
ledges the stronger Greek
Orthodox presence in Florida.
The Dover parish, he noted,
fills the need for later
generation Americans who
have melded together into a
unified Orthodox following,
See CHURCH, Page 13


OFFERINGS

Peanut party
First Baptist Church of
Pleasant Grove, 7725 S.
Turkey Creek Road, will
host a Peanut Party for chil-
dren ages 4 to 11 on May 14
from 3 to 5 p.m.
There will be games,
prizes and a story about
George Washington
Carver.
Call: 737-2556.

Adoration Choir in concert
Plant City Seventh-day
Adventist Church, 2203
Strawberry Drive, will host
a special gospel concert
May 14 at 6 p.m.
The concert will feature
the 50-member Adoration
Choir directed by Bonnye
Johnson.
Call: 390-9002.

Women's Health
Workshop
The Women's Ministry of
the Emmanuel Seventh-
day Adventist Church, 705
S. Maryland Ave., will con-
duct a women's health
workshop May 20-22.
Wanda Hodgson, a med-
ical missionary and nutri-
tionist, will present the
workshop. Topics and
times are: "How to Deal
with Hidden Emotions and
Rejection," Friday from 7 to
8:30 p.m.; "Sabbath
School," Saturday at 9:15
a.m.; "Battle of the Mind,"
11 a.m.; "God's Plan for
your Health," 3:30 p.m.;
and "Every Disease Begins
in the Colon," Sunday from
9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Call: 752-0804.

Gospel show
Mount Zion Assembly of
God, 3005 Thonotosassa
Road, will host gospel
singer and concert artist
Gloria Elliott May 22 at 10:
30 a.m.
Call: 752-1614.

Gibbs Family to perform
The Gibbs Family will
perform gospel music May
22 at the 6:30 p.m. service
at Sydney Baptist Church,
1510 Cre Road, Dover.
Call: 659-1502.

First Presbyterian news
First Presbyterian
Church of Plant City's
Wednesday programs will
not meet from May 19
through Sept. 6.
The church will anno-
unce its fall program in
August.
The church will hold its
vacation Bible school June
13-17. The theme is
"Serengeti Trek: All the Kids
Are Wild About God." There
is no charge, but RSVP is
requested.
Call: 752-4211.

St. Clement offers
Bible school
St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander
St., will hold its "Kingdom
of the Son" vacation Bible
school June 13-17 from 8:30
a.m. to noon each day.
The safari-themed event

See OFFER, Page 13








DEATHS

Peanut party
First Baptist Church of Pleasant Grove, 7725
S. Turkey Creek Road, will host a Peanut Party
for children ages 4 to 11 on May 14 from 3 to 5
p.m.
There will be games, prizes and a story about
George Washington Carver.
Call: 737-2556.

Adoration Choir in concert
Plant City Seventh-day Adventist Church,
2203 Strawberry Drive, will host a special
gospel concert May 14 at 6 p.m.
The concert will feature the 50-member Ado-
ration Choir directed by Bonnye Johnson.
Call: 390-9002.

Women's Health Workshop
The Women's Ministry of the Emmanuel
Seventh-day Adventist Church, 705 S. Mary-
land Ave., will conduct a women's health work-
shop May 20-22.
Wanda Hodgson, a medical missionary and
nutritionist, will present the workshop. Topics
and times are: "How to Deal with Hidden Emo-
tions and Rejection," Friday from 7 to 8:30
p.m.; "Sabbath School," Saturday at 9:15 a.m.;
"Battle of the Mind," 11 a.m.; "God's Plan for
your Health," 3:30 p.m.; and "Every Disease
Begins in the Colon," Sunday from 9 a.m. to 12:
30 p.m.
Call: 752-0804.

Gospel show
Mount Zion Assembly of God, 3005 Thono-
tosassa Road, will host gospel singer and
concert artist Gloria Elliott May 22 at 10:30
a.m.
Call: 752-1614.
Gibbs Family to perform
The Gibbs Family will perform gospel music
May 22 at the 6:30 p.m. service at Sydney Bapt-
ist Church, 1510 Cre Road, Dover.
Call: 659-1502.
First Presbyterian news
First Presbyterian Church of Plant City's


Wednesday programs will not meet from May
19 through Sept. 6.
The church will announce its fall program in
August.
The church will hold its vacation Bible school
June 13-17. The theme is "Serengeti Trek: All
the Kids Are Wild About God." There is no
charge, but RSVP is requested. Call: 752-4211.
St. Clement offers Bible school
St. Clement Catholic Church, 1104 N. Alex-
ander St., will hold its "Kingdom of the Son"
vacation Bible school June 13-17 from 8:30 a.m.
to noon each day.
The safari-themed event will include children's
activities such as singing, watching skits, creat-
ing crafts, playing games and hearing Bible
stories.
Registration fee is $10.
Call: Allison Craft, director, 967 7270; or the
church office, 752-8251.
Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104 W. Cason St.,
offers Sunday school for all ages on Sundays at
9 a.m.; Sunday worship services at 10:15 a.m.
and 6 p.m.; and Wednesday night worship at 6:
15. Activities for children and students start at 6
p.m. Call: 752-8345.

Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist Church, 14402 Salem
Church Road, meets Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
John T. Lewis leads the services.
Call: 752-9548.

American Indian Christian Church
The American Indian Christian Church of
Thonotosassa is open.
The church is sponsored by United Method-
ist Church of Thonotosassa. Worship in the
American-Indian tradition is offered in the fel-
lowship hall behind the church, 11905 Fort
King Highway in Thonotosassa.
Call: Dock Green Silverhawk, 754-8990.

Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational Divine Family Wor-
ship Center offers services Sundays at 11:15
a.m. at the Comfort Inn, 2003 S. Frontage
Road.
Call: 643-8989.


CHURCH
Continued From Page 12
but still retain ties to their
ancient roots.
While the founding mem-
bers of the Dover parish were
Ukranian, the church today
attracts worshippers with
Orthodox backgrounds in
Greek, Russian, Carpathian,
Lebanese, Syrian, Bulgarian,
Romanian and Palestinian,
among others. The parish is
under the Ecumenical Patri-
archate of Constantinople.
"My goal for this church is
for every one to come here and
share their backgrounds and
traditions," Linsinbigler said.
He noted that Orthodoxy's ties
to Roman Catholicism are
strong, as both denominations
used to be one. But Orthodox
Christians still don't eat meat
on Friday. The Holy Eucharist
involves risen bread, rather
than an unleavened wafer, and

Orthodox priests, as noted,
can be married. The liturgy,
ripe with symbolism, takes


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great pains to involve the
senses, from the smell of the
incense to the sounds of the
canter. And icons are every-
where, as they served a useful
purpose with early Christians
who did not read.
Every Sunday, the Divine
Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom
is offered in English, "the
common language of the
people," but on special feasts
and occasions other languages
are touched upon. At last
weekend's Easter midnight
resurrection service, for exam-
ple, the "litanies," or series ol
prayers, were offered in many
different languages, including
German, Greek, Italian, Latin,
Slavonic, Spanish and Ukra-
nian.
The church is considering
an expansion as the congrega-
tion has grown by about 40 to
50 members since Lnsinbiglei
came on board.
"And we expect that number
to keep growing," Tutko said.
The Divine Liturgy is offered
10 a.m. Sunday. For
information, call the church at
659-0123.


OFFER
Continued From Page 12


will include children's activi-
ties such as singing, watching
skits, creating crafts, playing
games and hearing Bible sto-
ries.
Registration fee is $10.
Call: Allison Craft, director,
967 7270; or the church office,
752-8251.
Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W. Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages on Sundays
at 9 a.m.; Sunday worship


services at 10:15 a.m. and 6
p.m.; and Wednesday night
worship at 6:15. Activities for
children and students start at
6 p.m.
Call: 752-8345.

Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist
Church, 14402 Salem Church
Road, meets Sundays at 10:30
a.m. John T. Lewis leads the
, services.
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Mystery Dinner Theater To Raise Money For Library


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By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Where can you help raise money for
Plant City's library by playing detec-
tive over dinner and laughing at Plant
City professionals stepping into ridic-
ulous roles?
It's elementary.
The Friends of Bruton Memorial
Library will present its annual mystery
dinner theater May 20-21 at Magic
Moments, 2207 Mud Lake Road. Tick-
ets are $35 per person and includes
dinner and dessert.
Proceeds from the event, now in its
ninth year, help fund improvements to
the library.
This year's production is titled "A
Treacherous Ride on the Midnight
Train" and features some veteran cast
members, collectively known as the
Bruton Memorial Players, as well as
some new blood.
Hal Brewer, longtime director of the
production, recruits the amateur thes-
pians each year from the Plant City
community. The show is always a
spoof; Brewer delights in recruiting
local professionals and putting them
into the highly comedic roles.
Brewer said this year's crew has the
spirit to make the event successful.
"The cast is audacious," Brewer said
last week a few moments before
rehearsal began. "Many of them are
new and they're in up to their ears.
They're hams."
The show is set in a dining car on a
train traveling from Germany to Paris,
before the outbreak of World War II.
Among the characters on board are a
scientist fleeing the country to keep his
invention out of the hands of the
Nazis, a countess traveling with prized
jewels and a thief intent on snatching
them.
Amid the chaos, as Brewer puts it,
"somebody gets knocked off." It's up
to the audience to find out who did it.
The solution is different each night,
and audience members can purchase
clues for $1 each.
David Gott of Plant City plays the
train's steward who actually is an


177


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
This year's cast of Bruton Memorial Players will give audiences "A Treacherous Ride on the Midnight Train" to raise money
for the library.


undercover detective. He volunteered
at the production in the past, but will
take the stage for the first time.
He said one of the biggest draws is
seeing cast members, many of whom
will likely be familiar to the audience,
step into a character.
"That's the cool thing: we don't take
ourselves too seriously," Gott said.
Among the former players who will
return this year: Sunshine State
Federal Savings and Loan employee
and former Citizen of the Year Judy
Barta as a scatterbrained spinster;
Plant City PakMail owner John McAl-


lister as a gangster and aspiring opera
singer; and Jodi Smith, a physician
development specialist at South Flor-
ida Baptist Hospital, playing the role
of, in her words, "a French floozy."
Rounding out the cast are Charles
Harris, Leslie Deason, Holly Johnson,
Dave Cappel, Sandy McAllister, Doug
Driggers, Heather Wiggins and Rick
Spears.
Until this year, the show was staged
at the library. There are advantages to
the venue change, Brewer said. The
biggest is that Magic Moments seats
up to 150 people, double what Bruton


could hold.
Another plus is that the hall can
serve beer and wine, which wasn't
possible at the library because it is on
city property:
So will the cast be hitting the bottle
for a little liquid courage before the
show?
Brewer said they're supposed to
wait until after the final bow. Gott said
he wouldn't be sneaking any sips.
"I had a beer before rehearsal one
night and it wasn't quite the same," he
said.


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Wacaser-Stokes
Amy Suresh Wacaser and Michael
Jeffrey Stokes announce their
engagement.
The bride-elect is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Landis, Vicki
E. Lay, Dee Dee Wacaser and the late
William R. Wacaser III.
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pediatric
nurse at
Tampa
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S Hospital.
prospective
Amy Wacaser and groom is the
Michael Stokes D. Stokes and
Sue Ann
Graves.
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engineering and is currently pursu-
ing a doctorate in geotechnical
engineering. He works as a graduate
researcher at the University of South


Florida.
A June 18 wedding is planned at 6
p.m. at Lone Oak Missionary Baptist
Church.


Neves-Richardson
Jim and Pam Richardson of Plant
City announce the engagement of
their daughter, Amanda Faith
Richardson, to Ryan Scott Neves of
Panama City. He is the son of
Richard and Mary Sue Neves and Jim
and Phyllis.
Gannon.
The bride-
elect is a
junior at
Southeastern
College in
Lakeland
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tions. She will
transfer to
Florida State
S University in
the fall.
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and Ryan Neves prospective
groom is a
software engi-
neer for Execu/Tech Systems and
director of communications for First
Assembly of God in Panama City.
A July 30 wedding.is planned at
Plant City Church of God.


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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, woodwinds and
brass. Lessons begin June 6
and run 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.

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general equivalency diploma
and English classes to anyone
18 years and older.
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Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. at
Esther D. Burney Elementary
School, 901 S. Evers St.
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while students are in class.
Call: Rojina Durant or Jenn-
ifer Giorgio, 707-7334, Monday
through Friday between 8 a.m.
and 2:15 p.m.

Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville
offers free computer classes
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Monday and Wednesdays.
Classes will cover basic
computer parts and software.
Adult classes are from 10 to 11
a.m. and 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., and
children's classes from 3 to 4:
45 p.m.
The school also offers an
evening computer lab for sen-
iors Wednesdays and Fridays
from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
Call: 737-1352 or 757-6760.

Child Abuse Council
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The Child Abuse Council is
seeking volunteers for its
Plant City child care center.
The center needs volunteers
to read and play with pre-
schoolers in the mornings and
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the afternoons.
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CITY TO SELL TO
ENGINEERING FIRM
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The city commission has
approved the sale of a 2-acre
parcel of city-owned land and
the buildings on it to a Lake-
land engineering firm.
Fortune7 has agreed to pur-
chase the property, which is at
the southeast corner of Penn-
sylvania and Baker streets, for
$343,000, which is the assessed
value.
"Fortune7 has planned to
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the site," said City Manager
David Sollenberger at the May
9 city commission meeting.
The buildings will contain
about 11,000 square feet of
space and cost about $1.5 mil-
lion each.
The first building should be
completed by January 2008,
with the second building to be
finished one year later, Sollen-
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property and the buildings on
it for $300,000 from Food
Stores Inc., which had oper-
ated a Farm Store conven-
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streets, formerly known as the Farm Store property, to a group
of professional engineers, fortune, for $343,000, which is the
property's assessed value.


considered it as a possible site
for the Plant City Police
Department headquarters.
When the city decided to
acquire the former AutoNa-
tion property on Williamette
Drive for the police station,
the city put the Farm Store
property on the market.
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service company established
to provide solutions to project
management, engineering,
the purchase of material, and
other support services, Sollen-


berger said.
He said the company esti-
mates about 40 employees will
work at the site upon its com-
pletion. The amount of annual
payroll may reach as high as
$1.9 million.
Sollenberger said the sale of
the property will increase the
city's tax base, add
professional jobs to the com-
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lchion@mediageneral.com
Sabrina Gates remembers when
Durant High School, under principal
Ron Frost, opened for business. She
was part of a charter staff that through
the years has remained impressively
intact.
This year, as the school celebrates its
10th anniversary, more than 60 mem-
bers of the initial staff still work at the
school, which sits opposite a large cow
pasture at 4748 Cougar Path.
By county standards, that longevity
is an impressive track record, espe-
cially considering the breakneck-speed
growth that has forced the opening of
more than 60 schools since Durant
opened for business.
"I really do think it ties back to this
root philosophy, that we wanted to
build a house where students were No.
1 and we could make dreams come
true," Gates said. "This is my house,
this is my mission and this is where I
belong. And there's a lot of us who
truly ascribe ourselves to that
mission."
Gates is part of a committee that has
been established to prepare a formal
celebration for the school named for
its community. That celebration takes
place May 13 at Boggy Bottom Ranch
with an all- you can-eat menu of
chicken and ribs.
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Teachers Aimee Ballans, left, and
Sabrina Gates are on the planning
committee for Durant High School's
birthday party in celebration of its
10th anniversary. Gates opened the
school as a teacher and Ballans, then
Aimee Aumond, was her student.

just up the road from Durant, and the
festivities are scheduled for 5 to 10
p.m. Tickets cost $20 and cover the
food and entertainment. Special acti-
vities include coordinated sports com-
petitions, Durant trivia and a slide
show, door prizes, a playground and a
DJ.
Aimee Ballans, then Aimee Aumond,
was a member of Durant's first gradu-
ating class in 1998. Now a teacher at


Durant, Ballans remained committed
to the feeling she couldn't shake at
what was then the county's first school
to embrace block scheduling.
"I just remember what it felt like to
be here, that you were unstoppable,"
said Ballans, who along with Gates
teaches social studies. "As big as you
dreamed, there was always someone
here who would help you, and that's
not a crazy idea. I wanted to come back
and do that for others."
Ballans is helping to plan the anni-
versary celebration. A promotional
flyer for the event reads: "For some,
Durant is the place where somebody
stepped in and refused to allow you to
fail. For some, Durant is the place
where you developed a relationship
that has been a capstone for your life.
For some, Durant is a place where you
were inspired to pursue your dreams.
For all, Durant holds memories that we
don't want to forget."
Gates said the celebration affords
Durant a chance to give back as well.
While the ticket price covers the cost of
the party and food, donations are
being sought to purchase an "ark of
animals" through Heifer International
that will be disbursed, "two by two," to
communities with critical economic
hardships. The animals are distributed
to small agricultural communities as a
foundation for economic growth.
"At Durant High School, our motto
is to pursue your dreams," Gates said.
"That is the premise on which the
school has been built and it's been
preached by every principal we've ever
had. So we thought, as evidence of


that, we'd help provide animals all
over the globe to help change peoples'
lives."
Also available at the celebration will
be memorial bricks for purchase to
help raise funds for the fieldhouse
Durant hopes to erect for student ath-
letes.
With its opening in 1995, Durant
unified the communities of Pinecrest,
Keysville, Lithia, Plant City, Durant,
Valrico and eastern Brandon. Since
then, Newsome, on FishHawk
Boulevard in Lithia, has opened to
help relieve Durant.
Durant is built in an area originally
called Pleasant Grove, with the town ol
Durant being the closest railroad stop.
Ron Frost opened the school, but died
a year later from cancer. His wife,
Sandra, was the charter principal ol
Cimino Elementary School. She died
from cancer last year and a school in
the Frosts' memory is taking shape at
3950 Falkenburg Road in Riverview.
The mascot for Frost Elementary
School will be two cougar cubs, one foI
Ron and the other for Sandra. The
school colors are blue and gold, which
also are the colors at Durant and
Cimino.
For information on the ark project,
visit www.heifer.org.
For information on the Durant cele-
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purchased in the main office during
school hours.
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MAY 12, 2005 *THE COURIER* 19 -


SPARKMAN
Continued From Page 1
in his 40-year career he has known
many city officials and that Sparkman
stands out among them.
"You set yourself apart as a good
example of what a civil servant should
be," Sollenberger said. "You have a
strong vision. You don't micromanage,
and you say what you are thinking. I
will miss you."
Sparkman, 61, is a fifth generation
Plant Citian. His three children and
three grandchildren account for seven
generations of Sparkmans who have
lived in the area.
"I will have plenty to keep me busy,
with family and business dealings,"
Sparkman said. "I won't be disappear-
ing from the scene entirely. I will still
lobby for the best interests of Plant
City. But most of my affiliations will be
done through my sons."
Chris and Tommy Sparkman, both
employed at Sparky's Oil Co., the fam-
ily business their father founded more
than 40 years ago, have interests in
local organizations and civic groups
and will still hear from the family patri-
arch, Sparkman said.
"Tommy is very involved in the
organization and needs of the local
YMCA," Sparkman said. "And Chris is
involved with the local chamber of
commerce. The family will remain very
active in many ways. But my personal
participation will be reduced."

'Practically unbeatable'
Sparkman has been elected to the
city commission five times since 1989,
and has served as the city mayor six
times, more than anyone in the city's
history.
He usually ran unopposed.
"People were reluctant to run
against Mike," Dicks said. "As city
commissioner he was the one candi-
date that was considered practically
unbeatable."
Sparkman said earlier that he has


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Sparkman, fourth from left, gathers with his colleagues during his last commis-
sion meeting. Pictured, from left, are: Commissioner John Dicks; Commissioner
Mary Thomas Mathis; City Attorney Ken Buchman; Commissioner Bill Dodson;
City Manager David Sollenberger; City Clerk Virginia Helper; and City Commis-
sioner Rick Lott.


been running for something all-his life,
and he has never paid much attention
to the opposition. He said his early pol-
iticking began as a 9-year-old when he
lobbied his older brother, David, to
help him get a job at a Pure Oil gas
station at Palmer and Baker streets.
As a 16-year-old he convinced his
father to co-sign a mortgage allowing
him and David to buy the same station.
Four years later Sparkman was on his
own, having bought out David's share.
Sparkman graduated from Plant City
High School in 1962. He never attended
college, but his gas station business
expanded to an oil delivery business
that eventually grew into Sparky's.
"I ran the station and drove a kero-
sene truck in the beginning," Spark-
man said. "I was also transporting the
same product for several Pure Oil sta-


tions in the area. There wasn't a whole
lot of money in it, but it paid the bills
and I worked day and night to build up
the business."
Today he owns more than 26 gas
stations with convenience stores and
fast-food attachments in six counties.
Until two years ago the only Sparky's
gas station in the Plant City area was
on North Park Road just south of Inter-
state 4. There are nine stations in east-
ern Hillsborough County, five stations
within the city, and stations as far
north as Dade City.
Varied service
The Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce named Sparkman the
Small Business Person of the Year in
1986. The Plant City Junior Women's
Club named the Sparkmans Family of


the Year in 1983.
He was named Mr. Little League in
1984, Outstanding Citizen of the Year
in 1990 by the local Elks Club, and rec-
ognized for outstanding community
service in 1991. He is past director of
the chamber of commerce and won
that organization's President's Award
in 1993.
He was named Plant City's Out-
standing Citizen of the Year in 1996.
A former member of the Florida
National Guard, Sparkman served as
chairman of the Hillsborough Com-
munity College's board of trustees
and is a lifelong member of the First
Baptist Church of Plant City.
Sparkman and his wife, Diane, will
be celebrate their 40th wedding anni-
versary in December.
"I will definitely get more time to be
with Diane and the family," Sparkman
said. "It will also give me the time to
do more work within my business.
Maybe now I can concentrate on
making a little money."
Sparkman remains a director of the
Florida Strawberry Festival and this
year is serving on the board as secre-
tary. He also is chairman of the
National Association of Shell Market-
ers.
The image of Sparkman sitting
around the house on the nights of
commission meetings, tearing his hair
out for his desire to be in on the deci-
sion making, is a bit of a stretch, Spark-
man said.
"I have been involved, and closely
involved in the governmental pro-
cesses of the city for quite some time
now. But the commission has always
had excellent members," he said.
"People who are very capable on their
own to lead the city. I am not the only
person with the answers posed to the
commission. The other commission-
ers, the city manager and the city staff
are more than adequate in the talent
needed to guide the city.
"Who really knows what the future
might hold.. If the need arose I could
come back. But, in the mean time, I
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Roughly 150 people pray together during the evening gathering at the Plant City Church of God.


PRAY
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'Prayer warriors'
The evening prayer service
was at the Plant City Church
of God on Mud Lake Road.
Pastor Robert Herrin presided
over meeting that opened
with song and lasted nearly
two hours.
"You are all God's prayer
warriors tonight," Herrin told
the faithful of about 150 gath-
ered in the spacious church.
"All we want to do is give you
some ideas about what you
might pray for tonight."
Pastor Miguel Quirino, of
the Dover Spanish Church of
God, prayed for success and
faithfulness of government
officials, the military and
safety officers throughout the
country.
Pastor Don Mason, of the
Evangelical Presbyterian
Church, prayed for all mem-
bers of the media, entertain-
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EXPO
Continued From Page 4
Exhibitors felt it was work-
ing, she said.
"Everybody has said this is
one of the most productive
events they've been to,"
Powers said. "It's just been
phenomenal."
"I've had a great response,"
said Jason Jones, owner of
Advantage Restoration, who
opened his business earlier
this year. "It's helpful for me,
being a small business. It gets
my name out there."
Master naturalist "Alligator
Bob" Young said he got many
surprised reactions to his eco-
tourism business.
"And quite frankly, I found
out about a lot of businesses
that I didn't know were here,"


they might pleas God with the
work that they do.
Don Corzine, pastor of the
Plant City Community Church
of the Nazarene, prayed for
schools, its curricula, students
teachers and administrators.
"Allow us to meet the needs
of these students, Lord," Cor-
zine prayed. "That we might
be a learning nation."
Bill Pentecost, pastor at the
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center, prayed for all the
churches in the land.
"Give us a hunger for your
presence," Pentecost prayed.
Norm Blanton, director of
Somebody Cares Plant City,
concluded the meeting with a
prayer asking for grace, mercy,
and for love and passion to
flow though us all.
Blanton said he was pleased
to see "a diversity of races and
the coming together of pas-
tors of different denomina-
tions."
"I think it's a wonderful tes-
timony that we can experi-
ence that," he said.


Young said.
It was the first time the
chamber held the expo at
HCC. Chamber president
Marion Smith said the new
venue worked out well, but
didn't rule out the possibility
that next year the expo could
be moved across Cherry Street
to HCC's John R. Trinkle
building currently under
construction.
The event, formerly called
the "Business Expo," under-
went a name change this year
to help emphasize that the
event is open to everyone.
"We'd like to see more of the
public there, and we'll keep
working on that," Smith said.


CLUBS


Continued From Page 11
Turkey Creek Class of '55
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1955 meets the
fourth Thursday of the month
at 8:30 a.m. for breakfast at
BuddyFreddys, 1101 Gold-
finch Drive. All classmates,
teachers and staff are invited.
Call: 986-1193.

Turkey Creek Class of '65
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1965 will host
its 40-year reunion Sept. 16-
18.
Classmates are asked to call
Polly (Brown) Fox 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
Fox at 727-6030.

PCHS Class of '85
The Plant City High School
Class of 1985 is planning its
20-year reunion.
The class reunion commit-
tee is looking for graduates.
Information: Michelle, 754-
9203; Internet, www.reunio-
ncelebrations.com.

Winter Visitor's Club
The Winter Visitor's Club
meets for business and pot-
luck dinners every Monday at
5:30 p.m. Membership is $10
per year and includes shuf-
fleboard tournaments.
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SPORTS


Brown Leaps To 6th Place At State SPORTS BRIEFS


TOPS PERSONAL BEST BY A FOOT
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The triple jump has become an event where,
ironically for his height, Jason Brown stands
out. That was the case Saturday, when the 5-
foot-7 Plant City junior, amidst a field of partic-
ipants where most were at least 6-feet tall, put
forth a career-best jump at the Class 4A state
track meet in Coral Springs.
Brown's effort earned him a sixth-place
finish, not bad for someone who came in
seeded 13th out of 16 competitors.
"I was just hoping to go out and do my
personal best," Brown said. "I figured as the 13
seed, I had nothing to lose."
His previous best triple jump was 43 feet, 8


inches, but on Saturday Brown beat that by
more than a foot, coming up a quarter-inch
shy of the 45-foot mark.
Two Durant seniors joined Brown in qualify-
ing for the 4A meet. Dion Dehaney also took
part in the boys triple jump, coming in 12th.
In the girls field, Vanetta Randle, also in the
triple jump, finished off her high-school career
with a-12th-place effort of 35-6.5. Randle also
qualified for state in the 400-meter run but
chose not to take part in that race in order to
save her energy for the jump.
Though it was his best jump ever, Brown did
not know it when he landed.
"Not really, it didn't feel any longer than
some of my better jumps," he said. "The guy
who measures it hollers out your distance, and
when he did I was just happy."
See TRACK, Page 24


Fishing derby
The Southwest Florida
Water Management District
and Hillsborough County
Parks, Recreation and Conser-
vation Department will host a
fishing derby with the
National Wild Turkey
Federation May 14 from 7
a.m. to 1 p.m. at Edward
Medard Park.
Call: Paul Elliott, 1-800-492-
7862.


soccer organization seeks
coaches for its under-9 boys
teams and its under-12 and
under-14 girls teams for the
2005-06 season.
Call: Chris, 299-2449.

Lancers tryouts
The Plant City Lancers
soccer organization will hold
tryouts for its 2005-06 season
June 11 and 12.
Call: Chris Black, 299-2449.


SOCCER To submit sports information
SOCCER to The Courier, e-mail announce-
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VETERANS
Continued From Page 1
bers of the organization's
board announced last week
plans to build a memorial to
honor Plant City veterans of
all the nation's conflicts.
Verner said the idea
stemmed from the archive's
current project to collect
photos of local War World II
veterans that will be on dis-
play at the organization's
annual fundraiser set for June
4 at 7 p.m. at the Ramada Inn
Plantation House.
Several veterans who are
participating by offering their
photos pointed out that Plant
City doesn't have such a
memorial, Verner said.
Archives board members
discussed it and voted unani-
mously to organize an inde-
pendent committee to guide
the effort to build one, Verner
said.
Verner declined to mention


names of the potential com-
mittee members he has
approached with the idea, but
said he has received "nothing
but support and good wishes"
from the civic and political
leaders he has contacted. He
said that participation from
local veterans would be an
important part of the effort.
Because the idea is in its
infancy, many details have yet
to be decided, such as what
the memorial will look like,
where it will be located, and
how the group will come up
with the money to pay for it.
But the goal is to have the
monument in place in time for
Memorial Day 2006, Verner
said.
The monument could be
placed on private or city
property, Verner said.
Archives advisory council
member and gala chairman
Stanley Kolker said he was
confident there would be
plenty of support for the proj-
ect.


"We hope the whole com-
munity will participate," he
said.
Julian Womble is past com-
mander and current finance
officer of Plant City's Ameri-
can Legion Post 26. The post
has a portable "tomb of the
unknown soldier," con-
structed of wood and painted
white, that is used at occasions
such as Plant City's annual
Memorial Day service in
McCall Park.
Womble, a Vietnam veteran
who was one of the first 100
Plant City residents drafted
into that war, hadn't heard of
the project but was blunt
when asked what he thought
about it.
"It's about time somebody
woke up," Womble said.
Womble said he hoped local
veterans would be able to pro-
vide input and offered a
suggestion as to where the
monument might go.
"I think McCall Park would
be great," he said.


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May 14.
The event will begin, and
end at Cherry's, 1701 S. Alex-
ander St. There will be a bike
show, biker games, trophies,
drawings, prizes, food and
beverages.
The event will feature a 30-
mile round trip, back road
Poker Run. Registration is
from 10-11 a.m.; Kick-stands
up at 11:30 a.m. and last bike
out at noon. Registration fee is
$10 per bike and $5 per poker
hand. Entry fee for the bike
show is $5.
Call: 239-2242 or 707-0331.

Yard sale
A churchwide yard sale to
send church youth to summer
came is set for May 14 from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. at Sydney Bapt-
ist Church, 1510 Cre Road.
Call: 659-1559.

Excerpts from 'Oklahoma'
Plant City Children's The-
atre's will present excerpts
from "Oklahoma" May 14 at
the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center,
605 N. Collins St.
Showtimes are 2 and 7 p.m.;
Garyelvis will perform before
the evening show. Tickets are
$5 in advance, $10 at the door.
Advance tickets can be pur-
chased at Hardee's Fashions,
1501 N. Wheeler St., or the
Children's Theatre studio, 507
N. Wheeler St. Call: 752-1621.

Yard sale
Unity in the Community
will host a yard sale May 13
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Family
& Friends, 1304 S. Collins St.
Proceeds help the nonprofit
group feed Plant City's
hungry.

Margarita Ball
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce. will
host its fourth annual Marga-
rita Ball May 14 from 7 p.m. to
midnight at the home of
chamber chairman Rick Lott
and his wife, Di.
Dress is Caribbean casual at
the event that will feature
buffet dining, live auction,
casino, island-style live music
and valet parking.
Admission is $100 per
person. Proceeds benefit the
chamber.
RSVP requested. Call:
chamber, 754-3707.

SUNDAY
African-American
Male 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.
Call: Sharon Moody, 453-
7134.

MONDAY
Walden Lake welcomes
former students
Walden Lake Elementary
School, 2800 Turkey Creek
Road, will host a celebration
for high school seniors who
attended the school on May 16
from 3 to 4:30 p.m.
Former teachers and admi-


nistration also are welcome.
RSVP requested. Call: Sandy
Van Oosten, 757-9433 or sand-
ravanoosten@sdhc.kl2.fl.us.

WEDNESDAY
Putnam's rep
to meet constituents
A caseworker from the
office of U.S. Rep. Adam
Putnam will be available to
meet with constituents of the
12th Congressional District
May 18 from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St. in Plant City
Constituents who are expe-
riencing problems with Social
Security, Medicare, Veterans
Affairs or other federal agen-
cies may meet with the case-
worker. Bring any written
information or documenta-
tion that will allow the case-
worker to provide assistance.
Others who wish to express
their views on any national
issues are also encouraged to
meet with the caseworker.

PLAN AHEAD
Benefit golf tourney
Walden Lake Golf and
Country Club, 2001 Clubhouse
Drive, will host the first St.
Jude Children's Research
Hospital Golf Tournament
May 21.
Registration will begin at 7
a.m. A continental breakfast
will be served before a shot-
gun start at 8. The event will
be have a scramble format.
Lunch will be served.
Entry fee is $75. Proceeds
benefit the hospital.
Call: Dinah Helton, 717-
9127, or Steve Ryan, 968-3940.

Car show
The Plant City Chamber of
Commerce hosts the Straw-
berry Classic Car Show in
downtown near McCall Park
on the third Saturday of every
month from 4 to 9 p.m.
The next show will be May
21.

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 group sells hot dogs,
Polish sausage, chips, cookies,
cakes and pie, and coffee,
soda and water.
The next sale will be during
the May'21 Bike Fest.
Call: 752-1275.

Women's health discussion
Dr. Ignacio Armas will pres-
ent a program on "Natural
Health Care for Women of All
Ages" May 26 at 7 p.m. at
Midway Baptist Church, 2902
E. Midway Road.
Call: 752-7209.

Bereaved parents
support group
Bereaved Parents of the
USA will host a bereaved par-
ents support group at South
Florida Baptist Hospital, 301
N. Alexander St., on the fourth
Thursday of the month at 7
p.m.
The next meeting will be
May 26.
There will time for mothers
and fathers to share together
and separately.
Call: Beth Tancredo, 393-
6577; or Anita Pippin, 362-
6972.


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I ILegals I I Legals I
RESOLUTION NO.118-2005 defined in said chapter or
A RESOLUTION OF THE that a constitutional rigth
CITY COMMISSION OF THE has been violated.
CITY OF PLANT CITY FLOR-
IDA, SUSTAINING AND AF- SECTION 3.That the Notice
FIRMING THE NOTICE AND and Order of Condemna-
ORDER OF CONDEMNA- tion issued by the Building
TION AFFECTING THE Inspector of the City o1
PROPERTY LOCATED AT Plant City on December 21
302 S. FRANKLIN STREET. 2004, ishereby sustained
and affirmed, and that the
WHEREAS in accordance saidownershallhavethirty
with Chapter 78, Article IX, (30) days from the date of
Plant City Code, the Build- this resolution within
ing Inspector of the City of which to comply with said
Plant City did on December notice and order. That up-
21, 2004 issue a Notice and on failure of Ruby E. Knigh-
Order of Condemnation af- ten to comply with said no-
fecting the premises here- tice and order within said
inafter described, which time, the City Manager
Notice and Order of Con- shall thereupon demolish
demnation was served in and remove such building
accordance with Section or structure by indepen-
78-724, Plant City Code, on dent contractor submitting
Ruby E.Knighten, the own- the lowest and best bid
erof said premises; and therefore and the costs
thereof shall be reported to
WHEREAS. said owner of theCityCommissionforas-
said premises has failed to sessment against the real
comply with or appeal from property upon which such
such order within the time costs were incurred.
therein fixed, and the mat-
terwasthereuponreferred SECTION 4.That the City
to this City Commission; Clerk shall forthwith fur-
and nish a copy of this resolu-
tion, by certified mail, to
WHEREAS, this City Corn- Rub E. Knighten, 302 S.
mission afforded the op- Franklin Street, Plant City,
portunity to Ruby E. Knigh- Florida 33563.
en to show cause why
such demolition and re- SECTION 5. A copy of this
moval should not be or- resolution shall be posted
dered on May 9,2005 in the on the property located at
the Sadye Gibbs Martin Au- 302 S. Franklin Street
ditoriumof the Nettie Berry
Draughon Municipal Build- SECTION 6. The City Clerk
ing (City Hall) in Plant City, shall publish a copy of this
Floria, and the owner resolution in the Courier,
failed to appear before this issue of May 12,2005.
City Commission on this
date; and Adopted by the City Com-
WHEREAS, this City Com- missiononMay9,205.
mission has fully and care- Michael S. Sparkman
fully considered all the evi- Mayor-Commissioner
dence in this matter in-
cluding the records of the ATTEST:
Building Inspector and be-
ing fully advised in the Virginia L. Helper
premises, City Clerk
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Approved as to form and
CITY COMMISSION OF THE correctness:
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA: Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
SECTION 1. In accordance
with Chapter 78, Article IX. NO:9357 5/12/2005
Plant City Code, the City,
Commission hereby finds i RESOLUTION NO. 117-2005
that the building or struc- A RESOLUTION OF THE
ture located on: CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY FLOR-
North 25 Feet of West iVz of IDASUSTAINING AND AF-
Lot 2, Block 28 of Plant City FIRMING THE NOTICE AND
Warren's Survey as re- ORDER OF CONDEMNA-
corded in Plat Book 0, Page TION AFFECTING THE
315ofthePublicRecordsof PROPERTY LOCATED AT
Hillsborough County, Flori- 606 HITCHCOCK STREET.
da,
WHEREAS in accordance
is by reason of deteriora- with Chapter 78, Article IX,
tion, structural defects, Plant City Code the Build-
and improper design, dan- ing inspector of the City of
oerous to surrounding Plant City did on January
Building and the occupan- 312005, issue a Notice and
ats thereof a menace to order of Condemnation af-
public health, a fire hazard, fecting the premises here-
and unsafe so as to render inafter described, which
the use of public streets Notice and Order of Con-
dangerous, and that said demnation was served in
building or structure is de- accordance with Section
teriorafed and defective to 78-724 Plant City Code, on
suchanextentthatthecost Rosie Forte, the owner of
of restoration or repair said premises; and
would exceed 50% of the
value of such building or WHEREAS, said owner of
structure after such repair said premises has failed to
or restoration; and said comply with or appeal from
building or structure is such order within the time
thereby a nuisance as de- therein fixed, and the mat-
fined in Chapter 78, Article ter was thereupon referred
IX Plant City Code, and is to this City Commission;
subject to condemnation in and
conformity with the provi-
sion of said article. WHEREAS, this City Comn-
SECIN 2 The Cy mission afforded the op-
SECTION 2The City Com- portunity to Rosie Forte to
mission further finds that show cause why such de-
the said owner has failed to molition and removal
show by competent evi- should not be ordered on
dence, that the said build- May 9,2005, in the the Sad-
ing or structure does not ye Gibbs Martin Auditori-
constitute a nuisance as um of the Nettle Berry


I ILegals
Draughon Municipal Build-
ing (City Hall) in Plant City,
Florida, and Rosie Forte
failed to appear before this
City Commission on this
date; and

WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission has fully and care-
fully consideredall the evi-
dence in this matter, in-
cluding the records of the
Building Inspector and be-
ing fufly advised in the
premises,
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:
SECTION 1. In accordance
with Chapter 78. Article IX,
Plant City Code, the City
Commission hereby finds
that the building or struc-
ture located on:
Lots 6 and 7, Block 2, Ala-
bama Subdivision, accord-
ing to the map or plat
thereof as recorded in Plat
Book 30, Page 97 of the
Public Records of Hillsbor-
ough County, Florida,
is by reason of deteriora-
tion, structural defects,
and improper design, dan-
gerous to surrounding
building and the occupan-
ats thereof, a menace to
public health, a fire hazard,
and unsafe so as to render
the use of public streets
dangerous, and that said
building or structure is de-
teriorated and defective to
such an extent that the cost
of restoration or repair
would exceed 50% ofthe
value of such building or
structure after such repair
or restoration; and said
building or structure is
thereby a nuisance as de-
fined in Chapter 78, Article
IX Plant City Code, and is
subject to condemnation in
conformity with the provi-
sion of said article.
SECTION 2. The City Com-
mission further finds that
the said owner has failed to
show by competent evi-
dence, that the said build-
ing or structure does not
constitute a nuisance as
defined in said chapter, or
that a constitutional rigth
has been violated.
SECTION 3.That the Notice
and Order of Condemna-
tion issued by the Building
Inspector of the City of
Plant City on January 31,
2005, is hereby sustained
and affirned, and that the
said owner shall have thirty
(30) days from the date of
this resolution within
which to comply with said
notice and order. That up-
on failure of Rosie Forte to
comply with said notice
and order within said time
the City Manager shall
thereupon demolish and
remove such building or
structure by independent
contractor submitting the
lowest and best bid there-
for, and the costs thereof
shall be reported to the
City Commission for as-
sessment against the real
property upon which such
costs were incurred.
SECTION 4.That the City
Clerk shall forthwith fur-
nish a copy of this resolu-
tion, by certified mail, to
Rosie Lee Forte, 614 Short
Street, Plant City, Florida
33563.
SECTION 5. A copy of this
resolution shall be posted
on the property located at
606 Hitchcock Street.


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SECTION 6. The City Clerk
shall publish a copy of this
resolution in the Courier,
issue of May 12,2005.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on May 9,2005.
Michael S. Sparkman
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
NO:9359 5/12/2005
RESOLUTION NO. 119-2005
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING
NOTICE OF PROPOSED EN-
ACTMENT OF AN ORDI-
NANCE BY THE CITY COM-
MISSION OF THE CITY OF
PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, AS
REQUIRED BY SECTION
166.041, FLORIDA STAT-
UTES AND OTHER APPLI-
CABLE LAW.
WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission has on this date
read for the first reading
the proposed ordinance
hereinafter referred to;
now therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:
Section 1. As required by
Section 166.041, Florida
Statutes, and other appli-
cable law, the City Conm-
mission of the City of Plant
City, Florida does hereby
give notice of the proposed
enactment of an ordinance
entitled:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITYOFPLANTCITY FLOR-
IDA CREATING SECTION
30-35, PLANT CITY CODE
PROHIBITING THE OPERA-
TION OF LAWNMOWERS
AND OTHER MOTOR DRIV-
EN DOMESTIC TOOLS NEAR
OCCUPIED RESIDENTIAL
PROPERTY DURING CER-
TAIN HOURS* PROVIDIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE.
The proposed enactment
of said ordinance, follow-
ing second reading, shall
be considered by the City
Commission at its meeting
in the Sadye Gibbs Martin
Auditorium of the Nettie
Berry Draugon Municipal
Building, 302 West Reyn-
olds Street (City Hall),
Plant City, Florida, on May
23, 2005. at 7:30 p.m.. or as
soon thereafter as the mat-
ter may be heard, at which
time interested parties and
citizens may appear and be
heard with respect to the
proposed ordinance.
Section 2. All persons are
advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the City Com-
mission with respectto any
matter considered at such
meeting, he will need a re-
cord of the proceedings,
and for such purpose hne
may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based.
Section 3. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act any person


I ILegals I I Legals I
with a disability requiring pleadings.
reasonable accommoda-
tion in order to participate Dated: 5-2-05
in this meeting should call
the City Clerk at CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
813-659-4200 at least 48 COURT
hours prior to the public BY: ELLEN P.NEUBAUM
hearing. Deputy Clerk
Section. The proposed or- NO:9264 5/5;12;19;26.2005
finance may be inspected
bythe public at the office of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
the City Clerk at the Nettle THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
Berry DraughonMunicipal CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
Building, 302 West Reyn- HILLSBOhOUGH COUNTY,
olds Street, Plant City, FLORIDA
Fi nrina


Section 5.. This resolution,
as notice of the proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance shall be published in
the Courier, issue of May
12,2005.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on May 9,2005.
Michael S. Sparkman
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
NO:9358 5/12/2005

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, Fl 33530 on or be-
fore June 6 2005 and file
the original with the clerk
of this Court at 302 N. Mich-
igan Ave, Plant City, Fl
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


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.
If you fail to do so a 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 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: 4/18/05
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
ELLEN P. NEUBAUM
Deputy Clerk
No:9222 4/21:28;5/5;12,205
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Manufactured
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14 & 16 Wides New 05's
Low as $24,900
Del- Set up AC Skirt
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155 Homes In
Parks
County Line Rd 93 Skyline
14x52, 2BR/2BA, CH/A
scn porch carport, apple
$17,000.813-655-1249
LKLD 2br/2ba MH in 55+
pk, furnished inci W/D
I &k screen rooms. $12
furn or $11K unfurn.
PETS OK. 863-682-1663
TOWNNCOUNTRY Care-
free Village 1984 double
wide, 3br/2ba, Spa-
cious, many rooms, FP,
quiet park. $14,700 obo
813245-4027/ 245-4262
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165 Homes With
Property
POLK COUNTY, near
county line, Horses wel-
come 1.12 ac 2/2 DW
24X36 pole barn, metal
roof, 5 chair link fence.
Under $100,000. Shirley
Helton Principal First
Realty 863-648-5996
Turkey Creek Area 1990
DW, Homes of Merit,
3br/2ba w/1'/z acres
$125 000. Call
813-754-6062
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

Executive
S180A Suites

Professional space 1500
sq ft. new building,
Bruce B. Downs close to
hospital. Call after 3pm
813-963-1252.

Ofc Space
180B Lease
Apollo Beach-HAIR-
DRESSER Booth Rentals,
2, $75/wk, Busy Salon ,
813-641-0181 or
813-244-0341

BRANDON
Counselor's suite, 11x15,
private entry. Avail 1-2
days per wk From $550mo
Call 813-404-0084
BRANDON- OFFICE
BUILDING FOR LEASE,
5 offices, 1 conf room, 1
break room, 2000 sq ft.
Newly renovated &
handicap accessible.
Call 727-439-0228
KENNEDY/DALE MABRY
Unique 2-story, loft-
style 1000sf office
space, includes garbage
& water, $1,350/mo +
taxes.813-353-2220
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I18B Ifc Space
180B1 Lease

OFFICE/Retail space 1
room 960 sf and 1600 sf.
Call onna Jean Realty
813-752-4137.
PLANT CITY, downtown
office space available,
1780 sqft.
Contact Karen at
813-759-2820
PLANT CITY, Industrial
Park Office Space for-
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
including Conference
Room & Break Room.
Starting at $160. mo.
Contact Mathew Horner
813-865-1192. THE-
GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO
WEST TAMPA, Prof ofc
space newly renovated
& ready to move in.
Close to DwnTwn corner
of Armenia & Aileen St.
813-884-2725
1i8C I 'Retail
180C Space

BEARSS & FLORIDA AVE.
Great location, on cor-
ner, end cap, very nice
space, new carpet, $975
per month. Please call
813-245-4046
FOWLER/USF 3000sf re-
tail showrm, $10/sf NNN
1292sf retail/ofc $8/sf,
NNN. 23000sf Ready for
build out $5/sf NNN.
CR Realty, 813-218-3700
Sun Point Shopping Cntr
Office/Retail Medical
813-728-4396
www.PhaganDev.com
WATERS Ave, W. 1412,
under constr. 2 story
retail/office bldg
w/elevator. Exc for
mortgage broker, title
co., Lawyer, Dr., etc.
Great rate. Rent now,
get 1 mo. FREE. Ready in
60 days. Now leasing.
Call 813-493-3335 or
727-215-6301
Warehouse
180 Business
Park Space
ADAMO DRIVE & 19th St.
5,600sf Large office &
warehouse space. Dock
high. $2,500/mo. Call
813-248-1175 or
813-220-7289
180l Stores For |
1801 Lease

CONVENIENCE STORE
FOR LEASE. Altamonte
Springs Area. No blue
skys, etc. 800-801-8105
ext2242.

190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

S Investment
190J Property
Sale
Condo conversion or col-
lect rent. 22 units, 2br's
& lbr's. On Lake Silver,
Winter Haven. 22 apts.
fully rented. Reduced to
1.25 Mil 941-518-8797
200-249
Rentals

205 Apartments
2 Unfurnished

CARROLLWOOD, lbr,
W/D, water & cable incl,
cov prkg, pool & tennis
crts. 24/7 sec. $700/mo
+ dep. 813-230-8743
813-960-8325
LOOK AND LEASE
give a deposit, fill out ap-
plication same day, you
lookget$100. off 1stfull
mo. 754-2200 Plant City
TOWNSGATEAPTS
OLDSMAR Beatiful, New.
2/2/2cg city loftapt.HW
firs balc W/D incl, 10'
ceilings, WIC, $995/mo
ph 813 841-0440
rampartsquare.com
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
TEMPLE TERRACE
$99 Move in
with approved credit
Huge2BR
floor plans
813-989-1610*
217 Duplex/ |
207 Triplex
PLANT CITY, Near 1-4,
2BR/1BA, W/D/hook-up
completely tiled, private
entrance,paved parking
813-719-3967.

21 Unfurnished

APOLLO BEACH Brand
New! 4br, 2ba, 3cg
w/sec. sys. Too many
amenities to list! 2200sf.
Close to 1-75 & schools.
$1650.941-724-2002
APOLLO BEACH, Brand
new 3 br, 2 ba, 2 car gar,
2500 sf, screened lanai,
55+ gated comm'ty.
$1800/mo. + dep.
941-749-5800
APOLLO BEACH Mira Bay
New 3br/2ba/2cg, canal
view, lawn service inci,
clubhouse &pool, min-
utes to 1-75 1,450/mo
813244-0676/417-6522
Want Ads


I Houses
210 Unfurnished

BLOOMINGDALE East.
3/2/2, tile fenced, ceil-
ing fans, best schools,
best location, $1250 +
dep. 813-917-1643.

BRANDON 3br, 2ba, 2 car
gar, w/pool and lawn
service, all appis + w/d,
fenced yd, no pets,
smoke free. $1350/mo +
dep. 813-383-5993
BRANDON/ Riverview/
Southfork. Brand new
home 3/2/2, 5 min to
1-75, private & safe,
short term avail. $1045.
Gregg 727-385-3153.
BRANDON/Valrico, Brent
wood Hills, 3Br/2Ba,
Comm pool. New tile &
rugs. $1000/mo + sec &
credit ck. No pets. Avail
June 1.657-0000
CARROLLWOOD 12602
Logan PI, 2br + den, lba
Irg yrd; 12369 Wither-
idge Dr. 3br, 2ba + gar.
Both $950/mo ea. 1mo +
sec. 646-207-3279 Danny
CARROLLWOOD,4br,2ba,
ool/jacuzzi, 2200sf,
beautiful safe conv loc
$1695/mo + dep. 16005
Hampton Village Dr.
813-961-1491
CARROLLWOOD Nice
3br, 2ba, quiet sbdv,
scrn bk porch,
fnce, huge shed W/D
incl $1000/mo $1200 dep
813-842-7260
CORKAREA Spotless3BR
CB w/CHA on nice
fenced country lot.
$950/mo + security.
813-752-4235
Fish Hawk Ranch 4BR2ba,
3 car formal liv&din. w/
Family rm, 2200 living sf,
A + schools, community)
pool, tennis, trails &
parks, $1525/mo+
security. 813-323-2161,
813-654-1933.
LAND 0 LAKES, 24353
Twin Lake Dr. Clean
3br/2ba/2cg, on pond
huge scrn lanai, Pets OK.
$1 45/mo 813-495-8924
www.seanyoder.com
LUTZ/Land 0 Lakes area,
4 br, 2 ba, 1 car garage,
Ski Lakefront home with
dock. Nice area.
$1600/mo. 813-948-3263
or 813-299-2418
PLANT CITY, E. 404 E. Cal-
houn St, near parks,
elem school library.
3BR/1BR. $850. mo +
$500. dep. 813-719-0265
RIVERVIEW 2 story, 3br,
2ba House $1200mo Se-
curity, Dep. & 1st month.
Utilities, gated comm.
Adult Mobile Home Pk
813-677-4778
RIVERVIEW 3bd 2ba, 2cg,
new 1300sf house in
South Fork. All apple +
W/D & cable $1100/mo
disc. avail. Near 175.1st,
last & dep. 813-741-3431
RIVERVIEW, NEW CONST.
Beautiful 4/2.5/3.2200+
Sq. Ft. home.
$1450/monthly + $1450
security. Avail. NOW!
Call Steve @
917-576-2730
(917) 576-2730
RIVERVIEW, New Lake-
front villa in Rivercrest,
beautiful lake scenery,
upgrades through out,
inci apple, Special
$1200/mo 407-716-6701
SEMINOLE Hgts 116 W.
Hanlon St 2br iba lcg,
Completely Remodeled,
Lg Fncd Bk Yd, $825/mo
$800 Security Deposit.
813-713-6817
SEMINOLE Hgts 2br Iba
Bungalow, Wood & Tile
Firs CHA W/D Hkups,
Water & Garbage Incld.
No Pets. $825/mo $600
Dep.W 813-453-8965
SOUTH TAMPA 3Br IBa,
1250sf, fncd back yard,
FL rm Carport, Land-
scaped 75x100 lot, Great
Neigh 4517 S. Cameron.
$1,10l/mo* 813-787-8686
SOUTH TAMPA HOME
FOR RENT! 4br 2ba up-
dated home, 4 6bks from
Bayshore. $1,350/mo +
$1,350 deposit. Call
ustin @813-785-6278
SPRING HILL/7 Hills,
BRAND NEW deed rest.
comm., 4br, 2ba, 2cg,
1st last & security,
$1,io00/mo. Nopets. -
**352-382-2787**
SULFURSPRINGS 3br2ba,
Lg Yard, Quiet Street,
8410 North Brooks St.,
$750/mo $750 Deposit,
No Pets Section 8 OK,
81-908-5774
Valrico, 3br/2ba, CHA,
new carpet, all new
appl's fenced yd easy
access to 175 & Xtown.
Nopets.$1025/mo, lst&
last, dep 813-685-6841
VALRICO 3br/2ba/2cg,
w/Scrnd Room, w/ap-
piances. Perfect condi-
tion. $1500/m $1500 scrt
(813) 956-0623

Wesley Chapel off SR 54,
Grand Oaks Subdivision.
Brand new 3br 2ba 2cg,
formal LR DR, FR, all ap-
pliances. No pets. $1250
+ dep. 813-996-7725.
WESTCHASE Sbr, 4ba,
3cg, Pool/jac, cul-de-
sac, preserve, pool ta-
ble semi furnished
$2500/mo (813)
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1212 | Condominiuml
Channelside Dr 1265sf
luxury lbr,lba, loft
w/hardwood firs, ss
a pls & great ameni-
ties. Secured parking.
$1400/mo. 415-509-1614
Harbour Island, Park
Crest waterfront condo,
2br 2ba luxury ameni-
ties, walk to downtown
channelside. $1600.
813-843-8525/917-3362
HARBOUR ISLAND
2br/2balcar arage; all
apple. including w/d;
pets ok; $1,400/mo. w/
one month sec.; avail
5/1 (954)803-4068
TEMPLE TERRACE, lbr
1 '/z ba condo. 900 sf, new
kit appliances W&D, ca-
ble, water & rash ncl.
$650 mo. Avail 6/6.
813-929-4049.
TEMPLE TERRACE, 2br,
lba, end unit, carport,
atrium & courtyard,
W/D, Meadowood am-
men, $775/mo incl cable
& water. 813-623-2095
WESTCHASE, West Park
Village, New, lbr lba
lcg, Granite, SS Appl,
W/D, Wd Firs, Conserv.
View, water incl $1100
Kimmie 813-240-6563
Bay West RESvcs
1212A I Townhouse
Brandon, brand new,
3br/2.5ba, conveniently
located, mins from 175
14, Irg kitchen, all appl's,
over 1500sf, nice area.
$1000/mo. 813-505-2750
BRUCE B. Downs, Live
Oak Townhouse, 3/2/2,
nice and gated commu-
nit with amenities.
$1450.561-635-3251.
CARROLLWOOD-2br
2 /2 ba, 1,350SF, all appfi
ances including W/D, 5
minutes to Veteran's.
$l 00/month. Pets OK.
Ca 1813-928-7606
Carrollwood Area,
3/2/2/1, near XP way,
1680 sf, new crpt, mod-
ern, W/D, comm. pool,
lake, fenced pets okFP.
$1195mo. 813-892-1893.
NEW TAMPA/Meadow
Pointe, 2br + den, 3ba,
end unit gated comm.
1506 sqft.$995/mo incl
full-size W/D, wat/sew,
trash. Comm clubhouse,
pool, fitness, fenced-in
bkyd. 813-469-2364
PLANT CITY 2BR/2BA,
newly re-decorated,
completely tiled, semi
gated, pool, private en-
trance, quiet neighbor-
hood W/D hook-up,
Near 1-4.813-719-3967.
TOWN N COUNTRY Bay-
port Villas Gated
Comm'ty 2br 21/2ba
Town home, W/D, Cath
Ceil, Lake View
$1100/mo 813-629-9775
VALRICO, New, Gated
Community. 2br 2V2ba
+ Den, 1590sf, W/D, Ref,
Fans, Scrn Porch, Pool,
Water & Cable. Upgraded
$1,150/mo 813-707-1847
WESLEY CHAPEL Brand
New, 3br 2V2ba lcg,
Pool, 1580sf, $1,100/mo
$500 Sec Dep. Cable,
Water, Sewer & Trash
Incid. 813-766-6817
WESTCHASE-Brand New!
2000sf, 4br 2.5ba, 1st fir
mstr bdrm, 2 car gar,
lakeview, luxury town-
home in upscale com-
munity by Inland Homes
$1695mo. Please call for
details 813-340-6439
WESTCHASE/Hampton
Chase, NEW 3/2/2 + Ig
den, on cul-de-sac 44 ac
consrv, pool & gated, A+
elem cable water, W&D
incl.$2000 954-263-6497
i Mobile
215 Homes

1Br Apts& 2 Bedrm
Mobile Homes
Plant City 813-752-5234
CARROLLWOOD Area 2br
lbaon Lg Lot, New Paint
& Flooring Near Citrus
Park Mall &Expressway,
References, No Pets.
$575/mo, 813-933-9429
DOVER, 2br m.h. $375.
month + deposit and
reference. 813-717-9232
EASTTAMPA- Tampa Sun
MHP 1,2, & 3 BR s from
$135/wk.Tampa's
cleanest & nicest park.
1814 N. 47th St.
813-248-1599
NEAR 1-4 & 301-1, 2 & 3
BR'S. $120-$140 weekly.
Some with utilities.
(813) 626-0820
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY, For rent 3/2
MH nested on 1 acre.
Two stalled horse barn
w/tack rm. Paddock
turnout area & 30 acres
of riding trails available
$1,000.00.0.mth Call 4
appt CREDIT & BACK-
GROUND CHECK A
MUST. 813-719-3700
PLANT CITY LAKES SR
2br/l/2ba, fully fur-
nised, carport, ff room,
immed move-in $750.
Call agency 754-4233
PLANT CITY-unfurnised,
2bd MH on shady pri-
vate lot CHA gar/wa-
ter/mailbox furnished.
No pets. Refs req'd.
$500/mo. + $200 dam-
age dep. 813-754-4209


I Mobile
215 Homes

VALRICO double wide
3br, 2ba trailer on 4 acre
lot. Rte 60. $650/mo plus
Large Security Deposit
CALL 1-800-579-9643
In Travel Trailer
1220 Lots For Rent

Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
Beach
230 | Rentals

WATERFRONT/BEACH
furnished 2/2 rental
with dock. Awesome
view Treasure Island,
new kitchen, baths, king
bed, twins avail
now(716) 688-8782
Does traffic traumatize
you? Does shopping
make you manic? Con-
sider the calm & conve-
nience of Classified! Our
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I Waterfront
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front, 3br, 2ba, scrnd
porchf FP, split plan,
beaurful sunsets, a yd,
picket fence. $135mo
813-996-3447 417-5758
1 Vacation
u232 Places

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SALE...Book Now!!" 3
days, 2 nights 2 tickets
as low as $119.00. Kids
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ext. #757
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Employment
Services

9nn Positions
290 Wanted

WILL HAUL Trash Junk
Clean Sheds, Yard, Tires
JunkCars,Anything! I'LL
DO IT! 737-3351763-3745
You'll find value buys ad-
vertised in classified
300-390
Employment

1304 | Real Estate
HOA MANAGER P/T
Strong HOA mgmt or
board exp. Enthusiastic
person.813-685-6473
1305 1 Professional I
Sunbelt Newspapers
seeks an entry-revel
general assignment
reporter for its Ruskin
office. The ideal
candidate will have
strong writing clips, be
able to cover a variety of
beats including schools
government and
features and take
photos. The office is in
southern Hillsborough
County, a fast-growing
community that
presents many
opportunities for a
motivated reporter.
Knowledge of the area
preferred, but not
required. Bachelor's
degree preferred.
Please send resume and
cover letter to: Russell
Holecek, 505 W.
Robertson St., Brandon,
FL 33511 or fax to (813)
689-9545 or e-mail
rholocek
@mediageneral.com.EOE
THE TAMPA TRIBUNE

In' Computer
307I Technology

Computer Programmer
for FL Neurovascular
Institute, Medical
Office. Access and sexual
knowledge is a must.
Fax resume 813-844-4952.
LAPTOP TECH FT. Fast
paced Brandon ware-
house. 3+ yrs exp. Refs
& cert req d.
Lisayob@aol.com
I12 Banking/
312 Finance
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 quali-
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


1315 | Insurance |
Administrative Assistant
in fast-paced claims set-
ting. Individual MUST be
able to multitask. Insur-
ance industry experi-
ence preferred, but not
required. Excel and mi-
crosoft office experi-
ence preferred. The
main responsibilities are
as follows: Data entry
processing and printing
of checks, minor ac-
counting functions, or-
dering supplies, pro-
cessing mail & other
general office duties.
Fax resume to:
Crawford and Company
Att Admin Assistant
(813) 282-4650
2n I Medical/
3 | Health Care

CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
Assist living 1307 E.
Baker 813-752-1648
FRONT & BACK OFFICE
POSITIONS, X-Ray exp a
plus. Plant City. Fax re-
sume to 813-752-0093
LPN-Triage Nurse M-F 9-5
in the Tampa-Brandon-
Pasco and St. Peters-
burg areas. IV Certifica-
tion wound care expe-
rience and strong as-
sessment skills re-
quired. Bi-Lingual a
plus. Fax resume to
813-261-5059 or visit our
website at
www.dmshome.com
www.jobs@dms.com
MASSAGE THERAPIST,
lic. Exp prefd. F/T-P/T.
Afternoons. Plant City.
813-752-2440
Medical Transcriptionist,
Exp'd Dr.'s, hospital &
radiology accts. F/T-
P/T. Work from home or
office. Exc benes. Fax
resume to 813-689-2741,
CMTI office, 685-4960.
Receptionist/Asst, busy
Optometric practice,
exp pref. FT, M-F. Fax re-
sume to 813-752-1789
For Results
Classified Ads
RECEPTIONIST w/MM ex-
perience for medical of-
fice. Call 813-659-3328
X-Ray Tech, basic. Florida
certified w/ experience.
PT. Brandon & Plant
City. 727-417-6589
1325 1 Dental
Dental Assistant. & Hy-
gienist& Front Desk, for
new office exp. a + Joir
our team
813-757-9757
I Child/Adult
3351 Care

TEACHER needed PRE-
School P/T, (Will Train)
Must be flexible
813-752-4561

TEACHERS
For 2 & 3 yr olds Must
have 2 rs experience.
813-764-0121 for appt..
I Restaurant/
340 Hospitality/
Clubs

ABC PIZZA
now accepting applica-
tions for all posi ions.
Please apply at 114 N.
Alexander St.
DRUGTEST REQUIRED.
Applebee's Now hiring
Servers, ExPos, and
Hosts. 813-719-1500 or
apply @ 1204 Towns-
gate Ct. Plant City.
Sell yourcamerainasnap
with an ad in class 426!
CHEF/MANAGER, M-F, No
Nights No Weekends.
Call 727-797-6896or
Fax 727-797-4387
FRONT DESK SALES
AGENTS-Only the BEST
should apply. Exp, Flex
to work any shifts. F/T
and P/T avail. Comfort
Inn Plant City 1-4, Exit
22. Fax 813-707-6081
KITCHEN HELP F/T. Apply
in person Chancy Cat-
fish Shack, N. Park Rd
813-754-0477
or 813-752-7224
Adminl
350 General
I Office
ADMIN ASSISTANT. P/T
9a-3p. Mon-Fri. Excel &
Word a must. Plant City
813-754-4743
Administrative Jobs
TEMP to HIRE
www.rittastaffing.com
813-754-5997
BRANDON/E.TAMPA
Office Mgr. Trainee. Cust
Svc skills w/ability to
cross train & grow. Word
& Excel savvy. $10-$12.
Dixie Staffing dfwp
E. Tpa (813) 663-0394
Career Minded Only
Data Specialist- Global
DMS Here is a great
opp to get started on
your career track, per-
form detailed research
analysis and process
customer orders. HS
Diploma, 2 yr pc exp, exc
comm. $9.50 -$10.06 per
hr. Fax resume to
813-287-1763 EOE DFWP


Admin /
350 General
Office
GENERAL OFFICE &
CASHIER WORK
40 hours/week including
weekends. Apply in per-
son: Macy's Clearance
Center, 475 W. Brandon
Blvd., Clayton Plaza
(Route 60 at Kings).
REAL ESTATE Investor
needs personal asst. to
assist in buying/selling
managing rental prop-
erty, must be computer
literate, FT/PT, Mail re-
sume Shark Properties,
PO BOX 1026
Plant City FL 33564-1026
BRANDON TAMPA&
LAKELAND
* 3, Adm Assts w/
Quickbks, Word, Excel.
* 2,counterhelpw/
computerexp.
Dixie Staffing dfwp
W. Tpa (813) 879-2165
E.Tpa (813) 663-0394
Lakeland (863) 686-5356
Career Jobs
1360 | Trades
A/C Contractor. Est 25 yrs
seeks Residential +
Commercial Installers.
F/T w/excellent bene-
fits. Call 813-247-2665
ACTECHS & INSTALLERS-
Exp'd. We are on the
move! Excellent income
opportunity. Great ben-
efits. Sun Air Services
8 1 3 -684-99 19
DFWP/EOE
AUTO TECH w/ exp. for
busy Valrico shop. Sign-
ing bonus. 813-661-
3955;fax: 813-684-9563
BOAT TRAILER
ASSEMBLERS,
Mechanically inclined.
Plant City, 813-764-0242
ELECTRICIAN, Superin-
tendent Journeyman,
exp'd Helper Falcon Elec
tric813-814-1816 dfwp
FINISH CARPENTER/
CABINET MAKER, Exp'd.
Great salary for right
candidate. Excellent
work environment.
Must have positive atti-
tude. FAX: 813-877-5448
PH: 813-877-5447
Finish Trim Carpenter,
Top pay for experi-
enced. Must be lic. Call
CDCS 813-251-2942;
fax 813-251-2956
Finish Trim Carpenters,
Top ja for experi-
ence Must be lic. Call
CDCS 813-251-2942;
fax 813-251-2956
GLAZIER or HELPER
Storefront & door
repairs.Valid D.L. req'd.
Benefits. 1-800-690-6157
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
Experience necessary.
Apply at: 8414 N. 40th
St.,Tpa,M-F8am-4pm.
PLUMBERS/Plumbers
helped needs F/T. Call
754-8231 for appoint-
ment.
SERVICE PLUMBER
TOP PAY, commission,
overtime, van, phone,
vacation, insurance,
401k 813-971-7523 or
927-6965
TRACKHOE/LOADER
OPERATOR Immediate
opening in Plant City,
2yrs mm exp, F/T 40hrs
Call Jim: 813-752-9700
WELDER w/Mig & Hollow
Metal exp. Fax resume
813-259-9012 or Call
813-259-3441
Need Work? Looking for
Handy Man with own
Tools. Call Jaime
813-434-6287
S361 Construction
Rodbusters & Weld-
ers.Competitive pay &
benefits. EOE. Denson
Construction
813-267-8357
1365 1 Retail
RETAIL Sales, Exp w/
make-up application.
Guillot Apothecary
813-835-4299 x16
370 | Sales |
A COOL TRAVEL Job. Now
hiring (18-24 positions).
Guys/Gals to work and
travel entire USA. Paid
training, transportation,
lodging furnished. Call
today, Start today.
(877)646-5050
Membership Rep: Use our
leads to sign-up busi-
nesses in your commu-
nity. High commission
+ bonus. Must have car.
Fax resume 813-968-8131
National publishing com-
pany looking for sales
representatives in
Florida. Willing to travel
Monday Friday. Com-
mission position. Com-
pany average pays
$720/week. Call
(800)225-6368 ext 333.
I75 Driver/
1375 Delivery

CDL-A DRIVER NEEDED
Immediate to haul
wheat 5 miles around
trip in Tampa. Pay by
percentage,average
around $13 per hour.
Benefits. 5-6 days p/wk.
Also needed Pneumatic
Tanker Drivers Needed.
Harold 813-355-6777
CLASSIFIED WORKS


I DIriver I
375 Delivery
Driver
$1000
New Hire Bonus for
Exp. Drivers!
LOCAL DRIVERS
PAY INCREASE!
HOME EVERYDAY!
Good Benefits!
Paid Vacation and
Holidays! CDLA. Tanker
exp. a pluc. Recent
Grads Welcome! Tuition
Reimbursement
Pro ram Available.
1-888-562-9066
driveccc.com




DRIVER COVENANT
TRANSPORT Excellent
Pay & Benefits for Expe-
rienced Drivers, 0/0,
Solos Teams & Gradu-
ate Students. Bonuses
Paid Weekly. Equal Op-
portunity Employer.
(888)MORE PAY
(888-667-3729)
Driver- GREAT & PLENTY!
Teams Start up to .47
cents. Company Singles
.39 cents. Students .31
cents. Owner Operators
$1.05 loaded mile.
KLLM-CDL A. (866)357-
7351. EOE
DRIVER: Ind Cont'r
w/Minivan or Van for(2)
PT positions for office
prod delivery. M-F;
15-30 hpw; $215-$430
wk. Call 888-456-0995.

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

DRIVERS
Are you getting a pay
raise in 2005? Roehl
drivers are! Van drivers-
up to 391 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 serv.
helpful. Apply in Person
Bud's Poultry 1702 Jim
JohnsonRd. Plant City.
Now hiring qualified driv-
ers for OTR positions.
Food grade tanker, No
hazmat. No pumps.
Great Benefits, Compet-
itive Pay and new equip-
ment. Need 2 years OTR
experience. Call Bynum
Transport for your op-
portunity today
(800)741-7950
Owner Operators:
TAKE THE FIRST STEP
TOWARD A BETTER
FUTURE!!
**Lease Purchase Plan
Available**
Great pay
SGuaranteed home time
No Lease-On Costs
Spouse Rider Program
Paid Orientation
2yrs OTR exp req.
Miller Transporters, Inc.
Call Brian Hall
at our Plant City, FL oc
1-866-581-8976
www.millert.com
S/E & 3-State Run: T/T
Drivers. HOME WEEK-
ENDS. Mileage Pay, Ben-
efits, 401K. Trainees
Welcome/Miami area -
exp req. 23 min
age/Class-A CDL.
Cypress Truck Lines
(800)545-1351
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-
menrit, retail manage-
ment, or sales experi-
ence a + Schwan s of-
fers an excellent benefit
package & startingpay
of $120 to$130 per nay
1-800-336-7569 or email
your resume: david.dan-
iels3@schwans.com
(eeo/aa)
SWEEPER DRIVERS,
D lic. 9am-7am, Plazas,
Mall, Comm'l Properties
$360/wk. 813-243-3023
13801 General
AKCA INC. a leading road
striping employer in the
Plant City area is seek-
ing motivated people
Will train, CDL a plus.
Good driving record re-
quired. Travel, O.T.,
Benefits. 813-752-4471
EOE DFWP
BARN Help, private Cork
Area, to feed, water
clean stalls & turn our 4
horses, M-F 11am-1pm.
$65. week. only reliable
w/references need
apply 813-986-2234
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
lection that's lust right!


1380 1 General
CLEANING partLime. l0
fices and facilities. $8.
per hour: 6-10 hours per
week. No nights or
week-ends. Florida Tree
Source, 3010 North
Frontage Road, Plant
City. Mr Gott
(813)707-1426.
CTX Builders Supply in
Plant City, FL a div. of
CENTEX Homes a pre-
mier home builder, is
now hiring: Receiving
Clerk; Inv/Recept; Prod.
Asst; Prod Wrkrs; Frklift
Ops; Class A Drivers.
Apps accepted Tues/
Thur 2-4p @4408 Airport
Rd (office positions fax
resume to 813-305-1301)
EEO/M/F/H/V
DRY CLEAN PRESSERS
Exp Pants & shirts
Deffered sign on-Bonus
Call Jose 727-439-9904
Fish Hatchery: Hiring
PT/Morning, 3709 Bru-
ton Rd. 813-754-2124.
General Laborers,
Scaffolders, Welders.
S DAILY WORK$
$ DAILY PAYS$
219 Cook St,BrandonFL
Labor Finders 657-7003
LABORERS
PLANT CITY AREA
813-754-5997
Laundry Attendant $7/hr.
F/T &P/T, self starter.
Apply: 3402W. Baker St,
Plant City 813-752-0131
Maintenance/Handy Per-
son FT Brandon & Plant
City. Exp in electrical,
painting.813-83-874
PARTS Counter person,
Knowledge of Marine
Ind. a+. Ask for George.
Alafia Marine 677-7107
Phosphate Labor Plant
City area. Rita Staffing
813-754-5997



PLANT CITY Manuf. has
immediate Processing &
Packing positions avail.
with growth opportuni-
ties.0Willtraiin.Apin
person 3508 Sydney Rd,
lantCity, Fl.



SPRINGHEAD Stables
needs Handyman/Gen-
eral Maintenance, mow-
ing, basic repairs etc
around farm. Call Jenny
813-436-6776
Warehouse

McKesson Job Fair

Now Hiring
Night Shift Warehouse
Order Fillers
$10.51 Per Hour
McKesson Pharmaceuti-
cal will be conducting a
Job Fair at the Holiday
Inn & Conference Cen-
ter, located at 3260 US
Hwy 98N, Lakeland FL
33805 TODAY, May 11th
from 2pm to 8pm.
We will be accepting ap-
plications and conduct-
ing onsite interviews for
full-time, night-shift
warehouse order fillers.
Experience with com-
puter based warehous-
ing systems, including
radio frequency and
barcode scanning de-
vices preferred. Ware-
house and/or power
equipment experience a
plus. Applicants must
possesa high school di-
loma or equivalent and
e able to lift and carry
upto40 Ilbs. Competitive
benefit pkg available.
Applications also accept-
ed on site, McKesson is
located at 1515 W. Bella
Vista, Lakeland FL
33805, Monday Friday
8:00am-4:000pm.
EEO/Affirmative Action
Employer.
WAREHOUSE POSITIONS
Established 50+ Year's
Perishable Food Distri-
bution Company is
looking for motivated
Warehouse Workers.
NIGHT WAREHOUSE
SUPERVISOR
DAY AND NIGHT
WAREHOUSE WORKERS
Produce, perishable
product and fork lift ex-
perience a plus. Excel-
fent benefits, salary
commensurate with ex-
perience. Fax resume:
863-802-3947 or apply in
person Mon-Frito: Reilly
airy and Food Co. 5300
Great Oak Drive, Lake-
land (County Line Road
between 1-4 and 92). If
you have any questions,
please contact Joe Por-
ter at 863-413-0077
Apply Now
AS- I5for
*Cabinet Helpers
*GlassTechs
AutoTechs
SPipe Welders
*ConstrCleanup
Machine Shop Help
*General Warehouse
Dixie Staffing DFWP
W. Tpa(813) 879-2165
E. Ta (813) 664-0394
Lakeland (863) 686-5356
When you read Classified
it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY!


1380 | General
FIREWORKS!!
M or F stand operators
wanted. No exp necess.
Exc pay. Apply at 8820
US Hwy 301.
813-677-1874
|3811 Part Time
MANAGER for MH Park
Office, approx 25 hrswk.
Office & club house du-
ties. Send Resume to
Park Owner P.O. 251.
Plant City, Fl 33564
383 IWorkAt
33 Home
UP TO $4,000 WEEKLY!!
Exciting Weekly Pay-
check! Written Guaran-
tee! 11 Year Nationwide
Company Now Hiring!
Easy Work, Sending Out
Our Simple One Page
Brochure! Free Postage,
Supplies! Awesome Bo-
nuses!! Free Informa-
tion, Call Now!!
1-800-242-0363 Ext 3400
$1050 WEEKLY INCOME
mailing our sales bro-
chures from home. Gen-
uine opportunity work-
ing with our wholesale
company. Supplies pro-
vided. No selling or ad-
vertisin Call
1-646-213-0244 (24
hours)
1000 ENVELOPES
$7,000 Recieve $7.00 for
Every Envelope Stuffed
with our Sales Materi-
als! Guaranteed Free In-
formation (24hrs) Re-
cording 1-800-505-7860
Ext 416
$1500 WEEKLY GUARAN-
TEED Now Accepting
Applications $50 Cash
Hiring Bonus Guaran-
teed in Writing
1-888-318-1638 ext. 101
www.USMailing-
Group.com
391-399
Education

I'4 Vocational
394 Training

TRADE INDUSTRIES inter
ested in additional
training? Indoor A.r
Quality/Mold Inspector
Certification and Envi-
ronmental Evaluator
Classes. Fastest grow-
ing industry in America.
Class Includes: Training
materials website list-
i online continuing
eTucation and more.
(800)419-0539
13961 Schools
EARN Degree online from
home. *Business, *Para-
legal, *Computers. Job
Placement Assistance.
Computer & Financial
aid if qualify. (866)858-
2121 www.tidewater
techonline.com
400-499
Merchandise

1400 | Misc for Sale |
Did you suffer a Heart
Attack, Stroke, Clot, or
Heart Surgery while
taking VIOXX
CELEBREX, OR EXTRA?
Your claim may be
worth $250,000+1.
Toll-free
1-877-833-0926
Rims 18 inch Mille Miglia
Spyder $700 Must Sell,
(83) 810-3337
Used Truck Mount & Por-
table Carpet Cleaning
Equipment. Buffers &
burnishers, Isave!
Namco Mfg. 800-634-5816
I Misc.
400A Wanted

CASHfor pool heater, ply-
wood, old bottle stop-
pers, cork screws, china
painting books and
rhinestone jewelry.
813-685-5540

WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pa cash & pickup.
727-430-0906
WANTED: Punch Cards
From 2000 Election:
Seeking Official
(unused)
Punch Card Ballots
history76@gmail.com
WANTED: Running
Outboards, 2 HP-40 HP,
cash paid! Top price
g u a ra n t e e d .
813-677-5401
WE BUY
SAFES
Opened or locked
Hillsborough Lock & Key
813-935-5920
$$ PAID for all types of
jewelry & silver/gold
merchandise. Watches.
Anything of value! Call
Sam 727/804-7463

1401 | Auctions

AUCTION
Sat 1 PM, Hwy39/McGee
Rd, Plant City. Buy-
ers/Sellers Welcome.
Cash Only: 813-763-1767
or 813-967-1707
AU1304 AB781
You can unload your
washer with an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.


In| Antiques/
402U Collectibles
American Artists clock,
Elvis Clock, Marilyn
Monroe, Lucille Ball,
$39.00-49.95. Tea Sets,
8.95-19.75 813.874.3065
ANTIQUES/COLLECT-
IBLES Authentic Japa-
nese Cherry Wood
hutch, classic design, in
great condition. $1,00
OBO, (813) 732-4352
Flow Blue T-Pots,
Pitchers/Bowls, vases,
cracker jars, etc.
727-687-7838

PIANO, Wilmont 1920
upright player,
Mahogany, exc cond.
Appr: $11. Sell $7Kobo.
813-831-3840
14061 Jewelry I

ROLEX BUY- SELL
Service-Selection.Yates
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
Mabry. 813-253-2164.
ROLEX PLATINUM MEANS
Presidential all plati-
num authentic rolex has
5 ct stunning diamond
bezel,diamonds on face,
comes with box, all pa-
pers. 99% condition re-
tailsfor over $60,000 call
786-436-4711 $27,500
OBO, (786) 436-4711
Watch Ladies Dress,
18ct Stainless Steel,
Diamond Bezel, Diamond
Dial. Like New Cond!
$750 813-924-6583
1407 | Diamonds I
Diamond Platinum Ring,
amazing 3.21ct, center
stone 2.21ct, certified
appr. @ $15,600, must
sell $7250 866-484-5723
DIAMOND RING 1.00 CTW
GENUINE Must Sell
Brand New Art Deco Dia-
mond Ring. 33 round cut
diamonds; prong set.
10K yellow gold. Grade
is H-1, Clarity Sll S12.
Total Weight 5.0 Grams.
Size 7.5. $1000 OBO,
(813)857-8105
Anti Stamps -
408 1 Coins Books

Coins-Currency BUYING!
Tampa's Oldest Coin
Store. Top Dollar Paid,
Cash. 5802 N Armenia
813-879-6670
COINS WANTED
Corbins's Stamp & Coin.
Estimates/ Appraisals.
9a-4p. M-S. 813-651-3266.
209N. Kings Ave. Brnd
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading!
Over 3Zyrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
pay top $$.813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
14101 Furniture
ACCENT FURNITURE
Accessories, Bedrooms,
Dining rooms, Living
rooms. Save thousands.
Furnish your home with
Bernhardt, Lexin ton,
Kinkaid, Hooker, Tom-
my Bahama, American
Drew, and over 60 other
manufactures.
40-60% Off.
Logan's Furniture
4315 East Columbus Dr.
1-4, ext 2.813-630-4744
BED $100
A absolute amazing
bargain Qu p/t matt
SET. New in plastic
w/warr. Can del 870-0070
BED $199 KING
Pillowtop set, new in
plastic w/warr. can del.
813-833-1145
BED $260
Hi-end thick pillowtop
set, new w/warr. can
del. 813-251-3134
Memory Foam $380
21" set w/warr. new in
plastic can del.
813-870-0070
BEDROOM $799
10 pc sleigh bd set, new in
boxes w/beautiful
carvings, can del.
813-833-1145
SOFA/LOVE $425
new in boxes w/lifetime
warr. can del.
813-251-3134
BED $95
Full set, new in plastic
w/warr. can del.
813-870-0070
Dining Rm Set $950
9 c. beautiful set, new in
boxes w/warr.
813-251-3134
Queen pillowtop set, in
plastic w/warr. $150
813-833-1145

BED $100
A Absolute bargain, a
brand name, inner spring,
full/queen, orthopedic
pillow top matt. set New
in plastic w/wrty. Can
deliver. 813-477-9019

BED $100
A brand new on pillow
plush matt w/15 yr wrty.
**Top Quality**
Can deliver 813-926-8507

it BED$215KING
A brand name orthopedic
inner spring pillow top
mattress set New in
plastic w/wrty. Can
deliver. 813-477-9019


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it BED$3001-f
Memory Foam Mattress,
10", qn, develop, by NASA
as seen on TV. 2O yr.
warranty, new in plastic.
Can deliver. 813-477-9019
Bed, Craftsman Queen
plus mattress, and
nightstands, complete
$400. Oriental Rugs
250. TV $250. Lthr Sofa
250. Lthr Chair $250.
Italian Cherry Credenza
plus matchingcoffee ta-
le, $225/each.
813-545-8945
it BEDSET$298
21" thick pillow top
Mattress Set. 20yr.
warranty. 100% brand
new in plastic. Can
deliver. Call 813-477-9019

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

BEDROOM 1-10pc
King/Queen
Solid Mahogany, med fin-
ish. All drawers Ameri-
can dovetail, never used
still in box. Armoire incl.
Can deliver cost $9,000
sell $3,900.
www.solidwood
bedrooms.com
813-293-7621
BEDROOM 5 Pc Beautiful
suit. $497 Complete.
Wholesale to public.
New in Boxes Can DIvr!
a 813-643-13880
BEDROOM 8PC
Qu cherry sliegh bd,
marble ngtstd, drsr, mir
& armoire, brand new,
Sell $2999.813-478-8995
BEDROOM Set, Comply Qn
4-Poster $1600; Dining
rm Set Compl w/ china
cab $1600; Curio cabinet
$800 all are Broyhill Fon-
tana; Roll top desk $600
813-654-1507 Must sell!
Bedroom Set, Glossy
Black, accent w/glass,
incl hdbrd, dresser ar-
moire, 2 end tables.
$500obo. 813-643-7478
BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR
Ortho-PEDICNasa
Memory Foam Mattress.
AsonTV 10 Yr WTY
Cost $1699 sell $399,
K cost .1899'sell $499
Can Deliver Statewide!
All Sizes Avail + P. Tops
AIR & ADJUSTABLE
WHOLESALE Prices
SWEDISHBEDDING.COM
813-493-1222
727-733-9334
866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
BUNK BED Captains
Beds, $169. New All
Wood, Can Deliver.
Brandon 813-685-4760
www.alontrading.com
CARGO twin wood bnk
bed/Iddr, trundle 1
mattrss exc cond $450.
Queen wood futon
w/mattrs exc cond $200.
813-368-0836

t- DAY BED$275
Complete with frame, 2
mattresses, trundle, all
new in boxes. Can
deliver. 813-477-9019
DAYBED*
Complete w/pop-up
trundle & 2 twin matts.
never used, sacrifice
$295 can del 813-926-8507
Dinette table 42x42x60
w/leaf, 4 swivel chairs
white w/teal vinyl, Like
new cond $350.759-0666

DININGt $450
All Solid Oak, Hand Crvd
Table w/leaf& 6 Chrs.
New/Boxes 813-643-1388
DINING 9 PC
new cherry wd, 96" table,
1 leaf, 6 uphol. chairs &
lighted china cab. Sell
$1299.813-478-8995
DINING RM SET, Vermont
maple, tbl, 3 leafs, cust
pads, 6 chrs, buffet
w/open hutch top, exc.
cond $850.813-839-0867
DINING Rm set Lexington
oval table, w/2 leaves,
custom pads, 6 chrs &
Hutch & Buffet, 5 yrs old
813-792-0881
DINING ROOM Lovely
lighted 2 piece China
Cabinet, Oval Table w/4
chairs, $500
813-839-4564
Dining Room Set, 6 chairs
+ 2 arm chairs, oak,
$600; Nathan Hale
Hutch, dark Pine, $450
813-653-0794








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lighted w/beveled glass 281-0777 over200tochoose.Bab MD $99 Intrnt Ready
doors, accommodates PARTS TODAY Grands, C-3 $9000, C- AMD $99 Internet Ready
up to 65" wide screen 11900 N. Nebraska $8000, C-1 $7000, U-3 Computer. Laptops
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deliver. 813-293-1743 Kitchen Cream colordish- $299.1031 W. Busch
washer, double oven, VIOLINS New $100 Ger- PC Services 931.4976
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285. Glass foyer table top, 3 yrs od great con- Cellos $319. Cases & AMD 2300+ New PC $299
250. 50's office desk, dtion. 813-977-1871 Bows. Mandolins $120. 56mb Memory 80gb
chair & typing table,Moa Guitars $150. rumpets mardorkveC D-Burner,
$225 Antiue Cedar Mom & Pops Aplianc- Clarinets & Flutes199 Ntwo UW r
chest $275. ic- up, ove Del avail 813-655-6554 One Year PC Warranty.
tures.813-220-1472. &efr. 10014 30th St. Low cost, expert repairs RM Mon-Sat 10 to ve
Free Delivery4918 North Florida Ave
Entertainment Center 813-632-9620;335-5788 A IRadio, TV, & (813) 264-0408
from Scan Design, Lt3VACUUM
birch wood w/4 sliding VACUUM RAINBOW SE 424 Stereo COMPUTER REPAIR $45
media shelves glass with attachments, Ex- *Flat rate Not per hour*
cabinets on both sides cellent condition, used 55"HIGH DEFINITIONDig- ISORM: Mon-Sat10 to7.
110"Wx26"D, Exc.cond. very little. $400 ital Wide screen 16x9 14918 North Florida Ave
$1,700 obo.813-240-9165 0 813-907-1756 big screen TV, asking (813)264-0408
$1000. Can deliver.
WASHER OR DRYER 727-771-2665 432 Commercial
FREE $100 Great condition Anthem 6 disk HDCD* Equipment
Bed frame with pillow- Can deliver w/warranty. by Sonic Fontiers* HAND SINK food prep ta-
top queen mattress and Don 813-300-6714 vac. tube, 20bit DAC* ble 3- Compartment
tboxpurchase. 15yrwar-p WASHERS & DRYERS remote,as newinbox* sinK, refrigerator &
ranty.$395. per set $125Each. $995813-263-4436* shaved ice machine &
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115S.EVERSST $125 each. Delivery Avail MARK ELECTRONICS Vendina Machines 4
PLANT CITY Call 813-382-815 PLANT CITY snack, 2 soda, 2 slave so-
813-759-8864 A7 Telephones/ I 813-717-9700 da(lsoda& snack are
FURNITURE Are you tired 4171 Pagers 813-416-445 on location) $5000.
ofpavIin tomuchCa Big Screen Televisions, 813-264-65758Lve3msg
Flori a holesaleFurni- We bu oldcellphones. 46" $350. 52" $450. i I
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ture o Wholesaso O otorola Samsung Warranty Motel Equip
public over 20years! etc. 2 yrs old & up. Call 813-986-1229
15 813-643-138 HOBAllRTrMixersGlas
Class584isyourticketto 813-933-5008 DIRECTV SYSTEM from HOBART Mixers, Glass
BoatingIAdventure! rs I Expert Satellite FREE In- Door CPalers Grills
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FUTON$200 418 Conditioners & ask about FREE GIFT wak-n coolers. Call
Oak with extra thick (800)672-1519
mattress. New in boxes. A/C New in Box FREE 4-ROOM DIRECTV Ice Cream Machine -
Can deliver.813-477-9019 SYSTEM including in- Triple head, softserveA
Can deliver. 813-477-9019 complete Sys Installed stallation & delivery, Cappucino machine-6
T2 ton $16952 ton $1795 Proramming as ow as flavor. Cash Register.
FUTON 3 ton $1895mP3 a ton $i29.9 per month. Disa- Call Bruce 813-767-3884
Medium oak, honey fin.. $1995 o4ton $2095 ble your cable today! ICEMAKERS, Hoshizaki's,
ish, 9 layer matt, new in 5ton$2195 call for details. 12001bs w/ice bins.
box, cost$625, sell $285 5yr warrantyon7all parts 1-800-230-2564 or $1500 obo & 2 unit @
Used AC'stavail. 21yrs exp www.satellite-connec- 1600lbs ea, w/ice bins
813-293-1743 State Certified. tion.com $4000 obo 813-833-6918
LIVING RM Set frmlVicto- i 4 l FREE 4-ROOM DIRECTV Oven Doubledecker
a n Style, solid cher- 813-235-399 SYSTEM including stan- grill, deep fryer, T-top, 4
ry, $500 rml Dinin rm dard installation. 140+ Burners sow case,
set,tble&4chrs+Cpt A/CHEATPUMPSNEWIN Channels $2999/mo. fridge, small gyro ma-se,
chrs, $650 813-986-6402 THE BOXES CARRIER & for 3 months. Access to chine, SSmtables &gyro ma-ore.
TRANE 10 12 14 SEER over 225 channels! Li to- chine, SS tabes o & more.
Living Room Set ind sofa, HIGH EFF.'UW TS 5&10 tedtimehaffer.S&H Makeoffer813-787-6374
loveseat, c-tbl, end tbls, YEAR PARTS WARR. strictions Apply. Restaurant Closed. Liqui-
neutral color. 3 yrs old. 2TON $1600 3TON $1900 (866)500-4056 l dating equipment and
$400obo. AndArmoire 4TON $2300 INCLUDES furnishings.
TV$150.813-926-6963 INST! NO MIDDLE Jesse Dollar Sales.New& 813-973-1998
LOVE Seat, Southwest 2 MAN!!! CALL PAUL! LIC, used merchandise
endtables,2 lamps, pot- BONDED AND INS. belowwholesale. TVs, Store
terry & paintings' All LIC#CAC1814375 (813) stereos, Panasonic tele 435 Fixtures-
Southes lthnd.i1 318-2587 phones, cell p ones Fic tures -
Southw er emeol. 38otherhneS 'n5 ousenholdco0items.t Equipment
Green leather love seat AC/HEAT PUMP Systems Tueodasliaturda-s. u
&recliner. 813-961-0505 Winter Clearance Tuesa St Tampa 7 SHOWCASE SALE
1ble 270018 N.30thtSt.,Tamp a 7SHOWCASETS
MATRES$ 0new in box with 33612. Across from Busch ttfr (New & Used) Clothes
MATRESS$100 factorywarranty@ Gardens. 813-975-2829 7 racks Shelving, Grid &
A brand name, full or in wholesale prices. Slat Wa. Much More!
King $1 5,new in ples- 3ton $825 4ton$1055. 4281 Eui
ti wh warrant. an Free Delivery, Equip. DISPLAY CASES,
deliver. 813-477-9019 352-302-2879 ABSOLUTELY NO cost to USED CLOTHES RACKS
MATTESSDR.COM you. New power wheel- SHELVES, COUNTERS.
WholesaleShowroom Pre Season Special! A/C charsand scooters.Call WHSEFULL813 886 8400
79249W. Hillsb. Best new in box. 5 yr Fact us 'Ill ree 1.800843. VIN Ste el ivry
Prices.TEMPUR-PEDIC, Warr All Homes Siz- 9199 Day. Nig o see Af iSHEL 1
Mem.Foam Ad'ustables es: omes,1 U i-ton w ouA 7iVrtal. 1",48"1I99" u
&Air.813-8A9-9B20 $910, 2-ton $960,3- o ulfy 436"a8159 un,.
tonS$1005.3/2 -ton$f070 AmpsrDJEquip, Speakers each- 5 shelves perunit,
SpotAdvertising Works Prof. Install Lic RMO- WirelessMics, Lighting, $50 each. 813-969-1000
31291 813/453-9033 Best Rental Sele'cion in Builder
B Bay Area. Ask about our ilder's
MATTRESSES NEW-**S/DENT do it yourself DJ pkg. 440 1Supplies
3 sets, double sided pil- RECONDITIONED UNITS Beamworks Inc. Rentals PPes
low top, with warranty. You Deserve the Best & Sales. (813)855-0709 A grade quality imported
Never used. Can deliver. Prices, Service & In- beamworksminc.com tile. Hottest looks in
King set-$325. stalls. We DoIlt RightThe stock fesna
Queenset$275 FirstTime! #RA0039944 ELECTRIC HOIST For stock, professional
Fullset-$240 REMINGTONAIR971-2206 handicappedmotorized European installation.
scooter oro inside "No crack" warranty.
813-293-7621 Used Mobile Home &Cen- vehicle. 800o We come to you nobody
tral Systems. 2-5 tons. 813-920-5134 touches our quality
MEM mR $200 & up w/warranty. or installation.
MEMORY FO Can Install. Repair work Wheelchair-Elec Pronto 1-813-918-2737
mattress $399. any sz also. NTA CAC 1813656. M-6, 6 wheel, fresh bat- www.yeagerflooring.com
727-447-0957 813-748-9265 907-3838 tes, vey gd condi3.5 All Metals Roofing
813-612-5911 rs, new 600A standing Seam, root
MovingSale HEAT PUMP $1750.727-393-9715 pkg, Galvalume-Plus,
Everything Must Go! Fur- with AC. New, still in box, I Office Equip. I nap-Lock Panel's. Easy
nature, households, and mustsacrifice. 430 8 Furniture to install Visa/MC
more. Call Cindy 727-204-3329 rn re accepted. 8i3-224-9060
239-691-3083 CENTRAL HEAT & AIR 125 Herman Miller Work- ALL STEEL BUILDINGS!
POOL TABLE $1250 Mobile Home unit, in ex- stations. Exc Cond this SPRING CLEARANCE!!
POOL TABLE $1250 cellent condition, can Won't Last! Call Chuck 24X24 $3,790. 36X40
4'x8'Pro Series, solid demonstrate, $350. Call 813-966-1072 almost $6,490. 48X90 $13,980!!
wood, 1" slate, leather 0 813-486-3642 t newworkstations.com M u st Sell!!
pockets K-66 rails Ball 1-800-863-9128 Mike
and Claw feet, Worth 5K. nMusica Business Phone Systems ALL STEEL BUILDINGS
Lifetimewarranty.s ents New & Used, Installed ALL STEEL BUILDINGS.
Can deliver&set-up. Instrumn 1 Year Warranty, AT&T, FIRST COME FIRST
813-477-9019u ANorstar, voice mail. SERVE!! 40x50, 50x1OO,
813-477-9019 AMERICAN STRATOCAS- 20 yrsexp. 813-985-5011 80x200 Luke
Sectional sofa 6-pc $375. TER 2003, Triburst, rose- ---073
Glass top cofee & end wood neck, hard shell COPIER/SCANNER $375 1-800-839-1073
tables $275 case, perfect condition CopyfaxSvcs CABINETS
813-382-0644 $700 813-887-1011 Service, Sales & Supplies CABINETS
www.copyfax2.com Brand Names
Sir BASS & GUITARS 727-461-4701 KRAFTMAID, QUALITY
Sofa, arm chair & Wholesale nces
ottoman. Natuzzi BAY AREA'S BEST! DESK Executive solid oak Do ItYourself
leather. Hobnail trimI NEW-USED-VINTAGE Pd $2800. Sell $475 OrWe Design& Install
Like new cond $1200.I REPAIRS LESSONS CREDENZA Mahoghany 813-716-1966
813-908-0177 i BUY-SELL-TRADE $225. DESK solid wood
LEGENDS. 813-348-0688. $200.813-251-4244 CABINETS Kraftmaid,
shipped direct to your
UNCLAIMED FRENCH HORN by Holton. Executive desk & creden- home, wholesale prices,
Great for students and za, traditional, with Lifetime warranty.
LAYAWAY in excellent condition glass tops & dark red 813-657-7778
$600 (813)689-6859 wingchairs. Exc cond.
Sofa & Loveseat, Over- $650 813-689-0185 CONCRETE BLOCKS
stuffed ones. ReC T 8x8x16$1/blk! othersiz-
s iee99S. Pay offs GUITAR-ACOUSTIC, 12 Haworth Unigroup es materials, lentils
pnce y string with hardshell Workstations avai in REBAR $7-20' Delivery
ance $395. or assume case high & low. Excellent Available813-363-3497
$20. payments $350. condition. Also Used
B&BOUTLET 813-504-1119. Files, Seating, Cubicles FLOORING
1SV SAnd More! Low Prices!
115S.EVERSST PIANO, 1913 Upright w/ Ca11727-647-1853 Vertical Grain Bamboo
PLANTCITY bench, very good cond, flooring, $2.59/sqft.
813-759-8864 $650 leave message Laptop Below Whole$.ale 813-494-6544
SALE! Wicker Dining rm, 813-962-7703 UnlimitedireessNet GRANITE COUNTER TOPS
Living & Bedrm Sets. New/Used Startin $299 cut &polished,/2 bull
Patio furniture, accesso- Tired of the same "old" New/Used.StALL 813-48rting nos o "thick
CALL 813-468-5278 nose 81on ,40"7thick,
Wicker 813-948-4802 with an ad in class 402. $280ea` 813-404-8787


450 1 Goods

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL
Pitching Machine. Up to
60 MPH Curves, Sliders.
$595. Baseball Batting
cage Nylon net. for
12x70'Cage.$460.
a 404-467-4313 7
Bushmaster carbon 15
pist pre-ban $899. Bush-
master N4A3 $949. FN57,
USG $999. Colt gold cup
$799.813-685-2612
CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class D, Class G
& Class G Requalification
813-643-1370 245-2719
FISHING RODS & REELS-
Deep Sea Combo $25.
Fin-Nor Combo$30, Ugly
Stick $12, Lures $1, Spin
Reels $5.813-494-7542
GUN COLLECTION Barrett
M468 6.68 w/trijicon &
surefire grip, HK P2000
40,Glock 27 Allare NIB,
mail watchesguns@
yahoo.com for pics $6,400
OBO, (813) 504-4414
GUN COLLECTION Barrett
M468 6.68 w/trijicon &
surefire grip, Benelli M4,
HK P2000.40, Bushmas-
ter Carbon-15 pistol,
Glock 27. All are NIB,
email for pics
watchesguns@
yahoo.com $6,400 OBO,
(813)504-4414
HUNT CLUB Green Top
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $700
DublinGA
i 404-433-7342 IN
Hunting Lease, N Fla,
Hamilton Co., 5700
acres, deer & turkey,
still hunt only, need a
few new members. $850
Call 813-363-7809
POOL TABLE $1250
4'x8' Pro Series, solid
wood, 1" slate, leather
pockets, K-66 rails, Ball
and Claw feet, Worth 5K.
Lifetime warranty.
Can deliver & set-up.
813-477-9019
Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubber rails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new in box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1250.
Can deliver.
813-293-7621
POOL TABLE, All solid
wood, no press boards,
8' Pro Series 1" slate
Ithr pockets, K-66 Speed
rails, dble bolted
beamed + cues, wall
rack, custom marble
balls, never used, cost
$5K sell $1350
727-224-9196
Pool Table, Custom built
4x8, 1" slate, oak finish,
w/matching cue rack &
6 cues. Org $6k, yours
for $1500. Also: vintage
lighted beer signs,
sports items, coin
games & more. Breaking
up game room- my loss,
your gain. 813-672-2802
Pool Table Full size,
Craftmaster Billiards,
'New' contemporary
pool table. Slate top,
Black& Chrome.
$4100 new- $3000 obo.
813-689-5588
Pool Table In box, all
equipment, choice
cloth. Wholesale $995,
7', $1095 8'. Robertson
Billiards.813-229-2778
Shotgun 12 ga Remington
Pump, model 31, 2 Brls,
fine condition. $475.
727-869-8873

TREADMILL Horizon Fit-
ness, barely used, state
of the art. $500
813-251-5445

WANTED
GUNS, OLD FISHING
LURES, DUCK DECOYS
AND OLD COINS.
863-667-0966
14521 Bicycle/Svcs
TREK Mans 2001 18" Mt
Bike LX, full suspension
Black, good condition.
$500.813-758-8076


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Riverview -10863 Bloomingdale Rd.
Tampa 8701 Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 2231 E. Hillsborough Ave.
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1465 1 Lawn& Grdn I
FOUNTAIN
Beautiful concrete, 3
levels 5' tall, motor
included. $1000 obo
813-598-9644
FREE HORSE MANURE!
Great For Gardens!
YOU HAUL!!
Local delivery available.
813-661-1096
16 INurseries/
49 Trees

15 Gal Spring Special
Drake Elm $45, Oak $35-
$45, Sycamore $35-$45
Dogwood $45-7Gal $25
Ntve Dahoon Hollies
$30-$40 Reg.#47229733
Cell 813-363-9925 Ofc
352-797-0786 Email Joe-
bobfla@aol.com
CHEAP LADIES
LADY PALMS
7 gal. (3-4 ft) $32
15 gal. (4-6 ft) $75
727-542-8362
Lic.#47226432 Email:
palmgirlfla@aol.com
LIVE OAKS,
45 GAL, 4" CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50
15GAL,2" CAL, 8'..$25
748-8641 Reg #47220672
*** Tropicals ***
Mango *Avacado *
Guava Lychee *
**" Palms***
*Adonidia* Travelers*
*Triangle *Spindle*
Bismark Foxtail *
#4722415 813-884-1927
YARD FRUIT TREES
90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
Orange-Tangerine-Fig
Pummelo-Persimmon
Fl. Peach-Plum-Nect.
All Sizes $15 to $50
Crepe Myrtle &Tabebuia
813-752-4938 #47216934
LIQUIDATION-21000 Live
Oaks available lg, 3g, 7g
$1-3 ea $200 minimum
#47231588 Lakeland
Cell 863-602-1149
1480 o Dogs I

American Bulldog
Pups, ABA reg, parents on
prem, must see! $950
each. Call 727-375-8962
American Bulldogs
NKC $300. Too many de-
tai's to list. Please call
352-243-2762
CLASSIFIED WORKS


14801 Dogs I 14801 Dogs
American Staffordshire nglih Buld
Terriers, 4M, 3F, born english BUIldog
2/12/05, dble reg big 11 Month Old Neutered
blue, blue brindle, fawn Male. $1200.
$600 & up. 813-232-9317 Call 813-886-8571.
AUSTRALIAN CATTLE English Springer Spaniels
DOG PUPS, Beautiful/ 11wks, vet v, AKC Reg,
working stock, parents clean bloodlines. $350.
on premises. $200. Little smile makers.
813-355-6234 LvMssg 863-660-1237 660-1417
Australian Shepherds, GERMAN SHEPHERD,
born 3/6/05 fern black AKC Big Boned Pups/
tris, male blue merles, Adults, Rich Colors &
N.S.D.R. health certs, Blacks, family oriented.
$300.813-677-8903. $650 & up (941)809-6242
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD GERMAN SHEPHERDS,
Pups, beautiful & social. AKC 2 males great dis-
3 Females, 4 Males. position. Pictures avail-
$150. Ready now! able. $500. Call
352-518-1138 813-737-3856.
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUP-
PUPS 4 Males, NSDR PIES Cute & loving. Full
registered, 8 weeks Blooded Parents on site.
Pleasecall: M/F Ready 4/28 $350
D 813-967-57561* (813)960-4109
BICHON, 3 male pups, GOLDEN Retriever Pup,
lowks old, weened, home raised, Ig beauty,
Ready to go. $300/ea. champ bldline, rich gold
813-833-9822 color, pick of liter,
F-$600. 863-299-6126 or
BICHON BABY DOLLS 616-780-8101
AKC, toy size,7-11 Ibs,
family raised w/love, GOLDEN RETRIEVER 3/Vz
hlthcert.$550 & up. mos old, all shots, $400.
Call (863) 299-0953 or Includes Wellness plan.
616-780-8101 Owner has asthma.
BICHON FRIESE puppies 813-752-8822
IM, IF, adorable, shots, Th KI T Sain
hlth certs & paperThe Key Savings
trained. 13 wks old. Ct+ e
$600ea 813-672-9715 Start Here
BICHONS, AKC reg, health in Classified!
certificates, small in V GOLDENDOODLES v
size, two males, one Blondes 2 (M), BIks 2 (F)
female POP. $450 and up. 2 (M), Top quality, Low
Call 352-408-0394. Shed, Delivery. $1200.
BORDER COLLIES Reg. 423420-6580/920-1246
$200 & Up. Will Deliver, HUSKY 2yr old black &
abcbordercollies.com white male with ice blue
Hith Guar. 888-229-0621 $250 obo.

BOSTON TERRIERS-Reg- ITALIAN GREYHOUND
istered puppies, M &F, AKCpuppy, female,seal
shots, health certs & white, crate trained,
$600. Call 813-792-153 11wks, ready to go.
or318-2241 $650.813-914-7116
BOXER Pups, Readyto Go ITALIAN MINI GREY-
5/3/05.1st Shots, Heath HOUNDS, 10wks, 2 F
Certs, 4 Fern, 3 Males, health certs & shots
Fawns & Brindles, $450 (Parents 7 & 161bs). $525
Cash 813-837-4778 813-661-3075
BOXERS 8 wk male fawn LAB PUPS, AKC, shots
puppies pure bred, par- wormed, vet cert. Block
ents present, health head, champ, bkgrd.
cert's. $500 cash each. Pedigrees. Parents/
813.368-9659 randparents on site.
CavalierNew $1100 $300-$400 352-307-0772
LAB Pups registered, 8
Tiny TOtS yellow, 5 chocolate, tak-
CLOSEOUT PRICES ing deposits. ready 6/11
New Havanese Boxers $400-$500 EA.
Maltese, Malti oo, 813-763-3798
Cocpoo, Shiba, Pug, LABPUPS, Yellow AKC 4
Bichon. oSpecials on Females, 1 Mate, hith
Cavalier M-$700. All cert, home raised, view
Shih Tzu $500. Shots, both parents. $300
wormed. 813-653-4384, Carl 352-536-2371
4385 Links PawTr. a 5--21
Valrico, Closed Sun. A Dock Full of Deals in the
Lic# P05-077909 Boating Classifications
COCKER SPANIELS AKC, everyday!
Rare chocolate LABRADOODLE PUPS
Family raised BEAUTIFUL. READY
93 CC1-29 NOW. All colors M&F
813-661-2699 $500(386) 364-8345
COLLIE PUPPIES AKC
registered. $300 LABRADOR puppies, AKC,
ready to go. Champ bloodlines gor-
geous, Black, Chain-
813-436-6776 page & Yellow. Ready
COLLIES CKC registered, 6/23. $550.813-973-0705
5 females, 4 males'
Sable/White, Avail 5/ Labrador Puppies
$400 each 813 662-3181 Black & Chocolate
or813215-7902 Male&Female
CONTROL hook, round, & Call 813-829-6389
tapworms. Rotate Hap- Labs Breeder Closeout
py Jack Liquivict & AKC, adults & puppies
Tapeworm Tablets. also Cattle dog, Rat
Contains NO fenbendi- terrier, Akita. Call for
zole. TSC Stores pricing. 813-310-6114
-www.happyjack- MALTESE, AKC reg, toy,
inc.com- beautiful, teddy bear
inccm faces, parents are show
CORGI PEMBROKE AKC dogs 2-F $1500ea 1-M
Puppies, Female Adults $1206,813-385-1125
& ep on future litters.
C. Cards OK 352-523-1360 OLD ENGLISH MASTIFF
or 813-299-1626 4 PUPS. 3 female, 1 male.
All shots, black mask,
DACHSHUNDS AKC, 1st good bloodline, POP.
shots HC POP, biks, $800. Call 813-994-0912
choc, 1 redlong & short
3F-2Ms.$350-400 Taking PEEK-A-POO
Dep.813/52-23371vmsg. puppy9Vzwksold kennel
DACHSHUNDS, Mini, ACA etc. included. $425. Call
reg. short hair 1st 813-610-0499
shots, 3-F, 3-M, 3-black,
2-brown 1-white $500- PIT BULL PUPPY
$650.813-657-421 1 male, black, 3 months
English Bulldog Puppies, old, exc temperament
AKC registered, all $150.813-300-4741
shots, 63 champion
blood nIie. i born PIT BULL Pups 1001b sire,
d de Will be born r
on5/17.Takingdeposits 651b dam, For prot &
of $500.863-409-6629. FGHTiNG Ser Ino
CLASSIFIED WORKS $500 obo 813-927-4235


Tampa 8411 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa- 5371 Ehrlich Rd.
Tampa -14989 Florida Ave.
Valrico 3313 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.


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30* THCEOURIER **MAY 12, 2005
1480 I Dogs I 14801 Dogs I 14831 Exotic I 499 Garage, Yard 525 Horses & 1527 Hay & Grain 1 580 Swimming 1584 | Boats | 585| Boat Slips
POMERANIAN Female 5 COLUMBIAN RED TAIL I Sales, Etc. Livestock HORSEQUALITYALFALFA Pools & Spas 20' 1994 CORRECT Crat orage
months old. Beautiful ADORABLEL boa constricters, tame, PLANT CITY, 703 W. Quarter Horse-$500, ha compressed Idaho DNailique .r1 lc' OUTDOOR STORAGE
strawberry blond handled by young teen, Cherry St.,Sat 5/14,8-3 Pony-$500, Mini-200 alfalfabales72-78bs, A-SPAS hours very good condi- serving NewTampa US
Champingblood line PUPPYSALE 54in.$25u.3'in $18 Victorian bdrm set All Kid-safe. +30 more! delivery avable, dis- FACTORYDIRET tion resh water oy. 19Hudson&Port Rcey
7 9 v226 s Sep oveasfRYmDIR19 boTrd 1o99 209 Grad Bayutosetc.
with papers. She plays obo's.813-478-4434 w/marble top dresser, Will finance anyone. $0 count on large quanti SUPER SALE! $14,200.813-294-4438 areas. RVs, boats,
Oreat with others. L-,m er i USA A EXOTICS couches, other misc dn, $100/mo. Many ties 813.477.4179 vmsg Spasfroml199 r ad e t.o
needs a loving family sm USA/FLA EXOTICS 2 P4Te m beauiflaitbdr 5 e O nrtsa k d9 G y Souto B e 40+roD
that will s poil her. i lu I ANIMAL/BIRD SALE antique furn, kids beautiful paints Wi Horse Quality Coastal p. Po 1es. White Escape w/Yam 813-866-5533
$725.00(352)398-7414 ab2441, May 21, 10am clothes & toys, trade & rent $15/hr, Ha-$43/Roll withcover&set-up$3999 150, low hrsT-topGPS, APOLLO BEACH/RUSKIN
Hernando County Fair- brck-brack&misc $25/day. Call now: Coway-$31/Roll SPECIAL* jackate windl area need BOAT DOCK
POODLEPUPPIES, AKC, ASelection ofMoreThan g r o u n s PLANT CITY 9014W, Trap- suncitystables.com Sure ble il Ree s tw Sri anch18.9 404-6186 for 27'sailboat. Need 4'
c2-F$250ea,3-M$200ea, dniDVD-888-814-0016 neS Rdg Sat&Sun 5/14& *20xm s 6aoer$2 21'02003 Rinker RX1SWake deep water & access to0
2 sold, 352-521-7073 50 PUPPIES fxanimalauction.com 15, Lots of Baby items Arabian Colt, 2 yrs old, Call352-267-3127 ustom spa covers $229 21'2003 Rinker R Wake deep water & access to
or352-206-4485 Beagle, BiDchon ,s ctsBoxer cribR clothes etc adul 1 Homozygous Black Wemovespas board boat, I/O 5.0 Bay.Call813-633-9218
O 3u2-20a a, ch sn Misc ale Pets crib clothes etc adult Homozygus Black, RnA 9017 Adamo Drive Merccruiser, 140hrs, 6 south Bay RV & Boat
Chihuahua, Dacnsund, 44 i c es clotiesCartrailerother s15H, imprinted, shown HAY FOR SALE S.W.CornerHwy 301&60 spkr Kenwood syst, 6 Storage-Secureoutside
POODLES AKC Adorable P eani a P Servicesi miscitems successfully,N calm, Bahia/peanut mix, stored 813-623-997 disc CG Chr, tower w/ and covered storage.

cert.863 537-1548 A Puppies ComeWith: 813-659-2025 MUNITY,GaintFunRais 59-1045 813-6d t, 0-0680n. fcond $24900 Storage boats/RVs
POOD LES, TOY,8wksoldi reevet visitN 14981 Estate Sales I er ard sale, Fri & Sat POLE BARNS, Garagesm Recreation i5 SanEt, trs i cond $24,900 Storage!-Allboats/RVs
c Apeg v e May 13 & 14. 8AM-4PM. workshops, horse barn RT able warranty. Sacrifice 863-683-3516 hcc.Reae
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Males, Apricot & Red. le .100% Feeinaning Avail. ANNE'S ESTATESALES rowing machine, furni. -20x30x9 $4,2600 14 p sme : c.r uaisero fishy OUT BOAR
$ls0 CASpHr813-9 es.6 1 0% ar nm Fri&SatC5/13&14EH 8-2pmRI ture, yard aerator, meat 24x24x9 $4 032 N Motor Homes SPA Must Sell. 7 Perso in ained, ss0 1
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SSmallAnimalsirds& spr, desk w/chr BR SOETHING FOR EV- 3813-684-9171
arkAve. Pupy All YourSuppyNeeds suites, bkcses, Futon ERYONE n53KorignanceW.A.C. Payments 22'CHRIS-CRAFTCUDDY, $40+/mo.Securedloc'n
S 813-6462-2592 sofaMission hall tree, rsold1$600. Reg. Aha full awning, new tires 100' 2 hP l ery a rin
Lic#P04062440 PetandTam a rclnrs, DR/gametblVs SPRINGHEAD Area Cal yr old gelding r allOK v/clean non-smk I naHurr. wash off, has every- Marine
ictureyurhmeincas cardtbs, patio urn,, vary Freewill Baptist cash OLE man bred, $9,70941-85-5016 Ca (800) 807727. thin, like new, low hrs
Pictureyw/anadontheBu- 7699 W. Waters art.plants, computer Church 3539 E Trapnell Barrel races, team pens 31'TOGA,2000classCw/ SPA Must Sell. 7 Person $14, 00813-9-810 Repairs
era's Choice photo pageu 813-249-8700 desk, hshldkitch, misc. Rd, Thur, Fri & Sat 9AM $3000. Call 813-920-5923 16' slide, 38K miles Ford Deluxe. Never Used. In- 23' 2004 Grady White 232
er's C page til ?. Tools clothes or 660-287-4823 chassis, V, ot of clues Cover. Will Delo GS, TrwYamaha 150's- OUTBOARD ENGINE, 2004
M-F 11-9Sat 10-9Sun 11-7 I Garage Y ard small apiances hou- se if boarded extras. $44,900 OBO. er. Full Warranty. Can Fi- 20hrs, fullelect., inline 4HP, 4 stroke lonshaft
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R a TyEr R5 ERy 2 56 14 81swiVisax Mc$ A mex8iscover0Sales Etc6 10. w3 5r0e aree nHorUes ey gender $100 per M month. 2009 .$85K .484-614-7999 used. 3 Yr w arr. still in
Reg, Famil Raisedty 20 dogs, Drinksmom $250/moaHols es rented 32' 1985 PACEARROW In a Hurry. Call (800) Canad i C o 80 ne .
Ready 5/705 $04 s LAKELAD,4130S. Coun-t 5 $15/hr, $25/day Call Class A, all options, 30k 980-7727. Place an ad in class 431 effect. $800 nego.
Line ri & Sat Manow 813-49-1126 seeps 6, Nees mi for computers and
ROTTWEILER Pups, Sire DEVONREXKITTENSEIfin 13& 14, 8:00 AM-4P, Farmer's Market suncitystables.com nor mech. work. $6500 Saunas & 1989150 hp Johnson 25
Son of World Ch.ronco ooks, impish charm Three F ly Sale. Fur- Farmer's Market noyr mech. work.$ 00 b 1 2 &reuime tn se h o 110 h ,
SDRAVEGICA Lrgs eat cert icates&lsh nature, Riding Mower, QH Gelding 15.2hh obo.813.805.9136 581 Tanning many "bytes you get! motor, newpowernhead,
reaods. p lso otre sqp shadI Threadmilland is & snow/pleasure $7500. 35' 2002 ULTRASPORT Equip 23 HURRICANE SD237 7 ;2600. 813-884-4971
manbid. pupsExctemp. Readynow Items 500 l6hh $25K. Morgan Diese2 aoS ener- WOLFF TANNING BEDS ir a e M5/21/0r
POP, HIthcerts,$1000- FREE TO GOOD HOME. PLANTCITY1509N.Wils howHorse, winsevery- esel, dutgener- WOLFF TANNING BEDS 5 can extend
$150 407-415-833 Pure White Male, Green St, Fri&SatMay1&14, M ator 6447miwarranty. B t Advig Wr s davitkept t utry
407-415-5837 eyes, friend & 'l Iovin 8AM -TIL ?ayl3Furniture4, U PIC Blue Berries $2.50 thing $20K5618261-3 1153 0 0. 813-695-4902 Fu BoDyuits fEXCELLENT! $29,500 lu t o
407-4 1 e yes rgood health.vca electronics* U Baby and Ib, Peachs, Plums $1.50 WestPascoHorseRescue 40 in oach a month! FREE Color (727)937-6899 w/foel tank & hook up.
ROTTWVEILERS, 11 weeks good ea5Bow 1x Laporte Lane off E. horses for sale, paRmt chased new2 in 001 Catalog CALL TODAY! 25' 1995 Aquasport, 250 $ 37500
old, black & mahogany, 813-235-9331 Misc teams Bowman Rd. 1 mi S. of plans ok. Lessons, trail ti0 an (800) 842 -O 305 Explorer wtwin 200hp 813-630-4561
AKCreistered4 Himalayan Persian kit- PLANT CITy, 2920 Bruton Hernando &Pasco Co. rides train board. 813 Wrrtytiontotl 2006 0m www.np.etstan.com Jownsons & 200 n4 alum
females, Imale.8709-9423. tensame seal tortie. Rd offHwy 39N. Sat& line, on U.S.41. 625-299.727-856-732 ist. $24.50 w.np.etstan.com trailer. Ready to fish. OA D
Call 863-709-9423. Health certs, no apers.6 Sun May 14 & 15. 7:30- Mon-Sun, 9-5pm Ca 94l3514 9 1 8 Water Live wells, GPS, VHF
SCHNAUZER Miniature $300. Adults & other kit- 4PM 4 family sale, Fur- 352-796-3659 WANTED: GOATS SHEEP, ouistru ,c 1 583 Vehicles much more.Brandon r- 2005 9.8 Tohatsu 4 stroke,
White, Female, 4 lOST, tens avai 813-310-6114 n iture, dishes, knick-T LAMAS &CA LE. TOP d Husc en't Tora i S muracn. $ a. $ Cnnall Mar.055. 1 th a41-204-1 s 1
breedable, CKC & pedi- knacks clothes all sizes, U piAck Tomatoes, PRI CES PA D. GOOD Yoveubn' Turn'top a Ci-on8 ea. $23 500. Call Marc $1550. Call 941-504-1819
ree, shots health cert. Kittens&CatV baby stuff, books, Artesian Farms Ruskin. HOME. CALL CINDY fled when shopping for $2000sale. Sliht
CASH 83-961-9347 Christmas stuff. Hwy 674 @ 30th Street NOW 813-649-1126 aenothernAuho 18p frn 25' ROBALO 2000 CC damage but useb e.
$650 CASH Freetogood home.Spay- much to list, Just check SE, behind KFC. Open A K another Auto! 863-647-0039 Fishing Machine, many $1000813-842-7044
SCHNAUZER, MINI Pups ed neutered some vac- it out and see. 7/wk8am-Spm. HERDS OF BLACK ANGUS F MR iong mncd ismnij Bi i etras $, 080 Mus4
Brai ws -1M0 h an, dta e s ( W 1510e Farm uip .Icows.AAlso black Avngus p1990 300hp Cat,4spd Al- b584 1BoatsI4 I Tel as$ e call: 600-649
raisd, shosv tail s/dew Sh.n b Te M 0VlN k. T 5parm 1 os. A56t b.50 A4 o isontrans,.lots orfop- 813-892-7235 Transp or o
cas dne5 Sphynx 2 blue white n i 1 I "" Itions, good condition. 14' 2005 26' 2001 Bayliner 2655
is ntoe -3150 males, wonderful W ll Horse Trailer 2000Jamco 229-246-1819 $65K. (727) 639-9849 C ira, ravott I ei9ne
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$1500- 235120-h8514 Tispo s sn tDv s B lv l Talumn au 12 N USGe lng BG BAU TI- BI RV Neari y Pontoon Boat beam19.6,air/hl It
SHELTYt PUPSv v $ each -91-0784 front & rear tack areas. rent shots $o000. Airstream Jayco $2800Call941-355-3813 new, $39, 00. 1 Aviation
AKC 10 wks, shots TONNE (1/2Si PLANT CITY, 334 E Ter- $9000obo.813-503-3403 813-299-1928. Alpha 1-4exit 14Tampa. 15' Bonito fibreglass, 35 813-571-1380 PIPER CHEROKEE 150,
S TOrace Dr, Sat. May 14 JOHNsEERE04 tractor I IC pers & hp Johnson motor, tilt 26X 1996 MacGREGOR HANGERED, WELL
health certs, beautiful &l/2Burmese)CFAKit- 8AM-1PM.Furnitureand 7904 wheel drive, 32W WANTED!! Horses, 562 CTravpeleTrrs $2,700Joo m h to l. SiApE His7AINT ED.1 WELL
s ps r 5166 foot, shots & health hor trailer, extras. SAILOAT & trlr. Too MAINTAINED.
MvFw27-343 6 oest, sable c d e ralts o t hours $11,000 0 ponies, tack, trailers & $2,700 much to list. slip is 352-754-1925
aertc- 3 941-4 2 P0 CI3 2727-234-3431equ To5'2 Pops CleCall 813-963-7383 transferrable. Ser ous 352-279-9434
SHIBA-INU (Mini Akitas) o .9148- 9 -Y- 3 4 A op prices pai 1' 2000 Pop- Colema in. only $5,500 obo.
AKC puppies cha pion 14821Birds I L Yl JOHNDEEREMW1948 Goodhome. Call Cyndi Fairview slide out Checkoutclass418 ino1500 1967 CHEROKEE 140
b loodl is.19040FamilyYard Sale! COLLECTORS ITEM! now: 813-649-1126 sleeps 7, AC/Heat, Ga- for cool deals on A/C's 2'1984r270 D,5-43895TT 1098SFRM New
800 up. 1904OaKAveWest. runs & looks good, with HERD DISPERSAL 60 head rage kept Barely used. 15' Suaar Sand Jet Boat 260t rebult2 l h annual. 160
Ava412-1st. Frda tam- 3pthitch.$2500.Call crossbredcows, calving $6,000 .813-545-3701 $40- obo & Yamh bi t02,5full ,ade. NDH $32,99
(3now T ake o ne o r a l 18' 1987 AL JO ta nd e m an U p Jet S ki w it h C an greatn b oa t $ 8 7-38
SHIH-TZU CKC reg'd CATALINAMCCAW Talks, 352-568-2453 $ a 3 00 a 813-7- o I
Black & W white, 2 pa yful car 5e. $10007 $752-a94- axle, a.c fully self- racing engine $2300 Eves:813-996-408899A
healts certf ats .& (Tractor 352 9404 contained non smoker obo. 813-933-4226. Eves813-996-4088 1 i e
health certificates. EXOTIC BIRD FAIR 385 International diesel. BAY GELDING 5 yrs old exceent condition. 16' 1995 Carolina Skiff, SpotAdvertisingWorks Services
$350. Call 813-967-3882 Sunday May15th, p 15.1, kids safe, trail $3500.813-285-1480 40hp Merc CC, F/F, S/9 27' 1998 251 Proline Bay Area Motor Works,
SNOODLES Male & Fe- Manatee Convention PLANT CTY 5112 S. Mud $4000obo.813788-8700 rdes,$850 24'Coachman,1998 New Prop trol. motor, live- walkaround, 2004250hp Enginerebuild&install,
male, shots, wormed, Ctr, Palmetto. Vendors Lake Rd, 1/4 mineIN. of I IHorses & 813-855-8992 Awning, A/C, niicro well, pwr tilt/trim, cast- DFI Evinrude. Asking Up to 3yr warrarny
Salt/Pepper & Black, irds & Supplies. eat Hwy 60 Fr May 13th,52i Lvthitch sway bars,&tow in g deck runs perf. $35,000. Orlando area. Auto/ Doat/ RV
NOW raf 3 AdultG 8A M 4Livestock 4 ()
$400 O. READY dl12 & at AM-12 HORSES mirrors. $6506 obo $3-00813-58-6239 321)689-2914 813-926-9994
Call 352-212-0302 e under Free. Free Park- Noon, Bikes, Birds,
W HCal 3 P ing.-Call813-634-1856 name brand 'clothes Thoroughbreds Chestnut 2 Quarter, for sale, broke 716-816-8996 (Sun City) 16' Flats Boat, 60 hp John- 28' Hydra-Sports WA 03 Auto
WELSH CORGI(Pem)kids toadults causalto Stallion, 6 rs for trailridin$1,000.00 son dual livewels new TwinYamaha225, i s
Black trip's, ready 5/12 MACAW, Blue/Gold, Fern formal, household items POWERHOUSE! $50000 each. 813-482-5832 pumps, trailer, lots of, strokes, under fullwar-2
$400500.Taking, handed, Vzyrsold &misc.NOEARLYBRDS BrazilianBrd, black Pastures& newextras oocon ranty Dual. Marine Parts&Misc.
Health certs & shots. Nice Avian accent oak PLEASE! ba y geldin g, 6 yre ,u52n $3500 .813- 51-7709. GPS iR adar, Bottom, Au-
352-588-0826;424-1935 cage, SS bars Pd $2800 $3 00; bot sane Stalls 16'Great 1996 Flats Boat, todOtio A CHEVY full size BLAZER
forcage.Bothfor$2500. sound; AQHA Red Dun stu 196l atsrBate to Fulot, Lo a eDYand 1979 KS Partsi-LHood,
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cellent quality, 2.8 Ibs, sugarflatsfarm.com Stalls, round pen & dbl. doors, roof air, roll up $3200813-645-6168 30' 2000 Chaparral-Sig Call Rod 813-961-3922
serious inquires. $6500. UMBRELLA COCKATOOS arena. $200 monthly, awning, priv.rear bdrm al 839192
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cockatoos w/large PLANT City 5208 Cindy REMODELING?ees: ny a 48HPJohnson, S pr 40hrs use, options Used&Rebuilt-9days
YORKIETERRIER puppies, cage. Will separate. Kay Drive Sat May 14 LANDSCAPING Beautiful 20 ac complete stemany extras. 48Ponoo ,Stroll ad ot.Lookatsig upoyr M
AKC, 14 wks old, gor- $1900 O D0, (813) 8AM til ?.5 familysale: Help can be found in Spe- horse facility for lease in $58t00 tob a appreciate. l d oin dera, lie wll natur e 310e o n webkat.Mi n BoBrs 8warr.1 M-Fg9-5.
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teed $600352-3-7263 Spot Advertising Works ed slider, sleeps used on- 18' 1988 Gemini Bass ing$80k.813-925-0467 2.8 V6 motor, Dade City,
ly twice like new. Boat, 150 HP, rebuilt $375 runs good.
$13,500.613-684-4187 mariner, trolling motor, 32'SEARAY 310 Sundan- 813-20-5334
trailer, runs gre at cer 1999, blue bk value
| |a a881MN braska 27' 1990 ALPENLITE DL $3200.$813-933-8176 102,00. Su percIlean, 6 -I
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S5th Wheel, $2500. 18' 1999SeaRay 180 B/R a' ed, all the ells & grappler 37x13.50x20.
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SIFIED and see it take off 18'2000SEARAY 180 bow- 33'Trogan Express Cruis- TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
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30'2003 Keystone Laredo 125hp trailerinccover o ics 8, gaerator fresh T ilevrson
5thWh slide-out low hours $10,600' bottomjlob, boat $ ,shows90/ havy dt open wt
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W e$20K obo 813-685-4971 18'6" Triton Bass Boat 34' SEARAY 2000 best on 813-961-1961 o265-4171
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slide,qnobed,stereo, up- tournament. $21,000. www.340searay.com closed trailer 7'x18',
Tampa 629-9rgrades, $22,500 House 813-737-4511 727-867-6418 ramp & side drs, elect
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Tampa 5001 Memorial Hwy. Tampa 6845 N. 22nd St. 31' 1998 Jayco Eagle 5th 1999 with CG Package 2004 Powerboat MagaT
TampIa 8801 Memorial Hwy. Tampa- 10815 N. Nebraska Ave. Qn bed, Huge sorage. Storage Cover. $9500. Year(as seen in the 629 Duty
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Brandon-1 n4901W. Linebaugh Ave. Tampa-2320W. Waters Ave. Top $7Kbo813-908-405 MycoTrailerCustom $20,000boo813.788.676F
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9 Duty 6 Drive 1 Vehicles 1632 Vehicles i 1 1 1 M 1 1 AT3 649 Fora|l 64S9 For Sale
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CHEVY 2004 SSR, red, FORD 1979 F150 Red,Step- FORD 1996 Explorer, Eddy JEEP 1999 WRANGLER 6 Springer Softail. 800 250cc, Emerald Grn, less Buick 1991 Park Avenue HONDA 1993 ACCORD MERCURY 2002 GRAND
15Kmi.loaded ext. sidePickup, Auto w/air., Bauer 4DR, burg. fully cylinder, autocecod original miles like new, than hrs.Great family Fullyloaded, icecoldair, 170,500 mi, Green, Se- MARQUISGS, Burgandy,
warranty,excellent 4WD,400 Big Block with loaded, V6, only K mi. factorynewair,new completely stock. fun Pd $4200. Sacrifice thr intr, good cond., dan, Auto., 2 WD, 2.2L 19K mi., pwr win., brakes
condition $34,500. 40 inch Tires. 514 Gears exc cond. many extras, trans, newtires.lowner. $18, 00.727-688-1565 $2500.813-265-3348 $2,695. Buick 1997 LE Cyl. $3,0000 .B.O., Must & steering, exc. cond.
813-995-0226 Detroit Lockers and $6000 obo. 813-299-9959 $11,400.813-855-2565. Harley 2000 Sportster Yamaha 2002 Grizzly 660, Sabre Custom, air, win- Go (813) 368-0812 $13,200.81-3-641-9303
DODGE 1997 Dakota SLT 10,000 lb4, Mus e FORD 1998 Expedition JEEP 2000 GR CH Limited, Custom 1200cc, 4k mi, green under warranty, dows, door lock,cruise, HONDA 1993 Accord LX MERCURY 2004 Grand
Ext Cab. Short Bed, V6, (813)655-7730 XLT, blue, dua AC, 3rd Sports Utility, 73K, Au- chrome all over, many excellent condition. stilt, pwr m. auto, maroon, 4 door, Marquis 7,500 miles, ex-
Auto, Removable Bed row seat tow pkg, run- to. 4 WD,leather int, 8 extras, $6700. (813) $4500.813-477-2246 $5,495.727-687-7088 PL/PW, good cond, CD, cellent condition. Leath-
Cover, Clean Cond. 73K 631 Vans ning board, great cond. C i. tow package, 655-6223.863-255-1184 Yamaha2002Raptor660R Buick 2000 LeSabre needs AC. $1200 obo. er, all options! $16,000.
$5,500 -863-452-6451 $ 8 3 0 0 / 0 B 0 $13,495 SuperBuy (813) HARLEY 2001 DYNA WIDE $4300 obo. E-Ton 2005 metallic blue, perfect 813-657-2442 863-533-2861
DODGE 1999 DAKOTA, V6, CHEVY 2002 15-PASSEN- 813-654-6969 727-0197 RIDE, $17000 obo. 3,759 Viper 90R $1750 obo. condlowmiles cold air HONDA 192004 Cooper,
auto, air, cruise, like GER VAN, 12K miles, ex- Ford 1999 Expedition, JEEP 2000 Wrangler, ex- miles, not a scratch on Both like new. new 87tires,full p3-927-ower. 4dr 124K m, A/C L, Red/White, $16,9004 Cbo
new cond, well cellent condition, must excellent condition, 68k cellent condition 27k it! AllScreaming Eagle! 813-929-4054.598-0150 $87008139279290 4drCond. Auto, A/C, 941-408-8498 P$16900s/info
mui!l eaigEExc. Cond. Auto, Asking 941-408-8498 Pics/info
maintained $5500. sell! $11,500. Contact miles EB, Grey 4 wd, miles, 33" tires 3" lift, Call813-788-6761 Vehicles Cadillacl997STS Hunter $3,200.NewTampaarea www.car.ajourney
813-641-1994,786-7274 Bryan at813-876-5841 5.4L Ithr, tow, loaded, 411 gears, lots of extras. HARLEY DAVIDSON 2002 640 Wanted Green, fully loaded, Ithr Call813-416-5398 remembered.com
DODGE 2001 1500 4X4 FORD 1999 Windstar SE $16,500.813-223-1150 $16,500.813-962-0730. FXSTsofttail red,9412K Wanted interior, good cond., HONDA1996ACCORDLX, NISSAN 1999 MAXIMA-
5.9L, Lthr, CD, pw, ploff bronze w/tan int., im- FORD 1999 EXPEDITION, JEEP 2002 GRAND miles, excellent condi- DONATE YOUortR VEHICLE 7 luxury. 103K mi, clean in/out, FullLoaded,
road package, ich. maculate in/out, too XLT, BIk/Gray, 168K CHEROKEE Laredo, tion. $16K. Call DONATE Y"Oriinal",9951-800 .77-68 5-spd, DkGrn AC, Sunroof, CD Player,
$16,500 oo0. Call many new items to list, Ithr, 4x4, dual AC, all sport edition, V8, Ithr 813-839-1282 HARITY AR You CADILLAC 1999 DEVILLE cruise, maint 4450. Good Shape!$500.
941-234-5747 garage kept, Mobile-1 pwr, remote starter much more, must see! HARLEY 2002 HERITAGE may receive full fair Flawless! Silver, Ltr, V8 813-494-6801 Call813-416-7411.
DODGE 2002 Ram 1500, gedexclusively, 106K 7000Firm813-503-1902 $12,990.813-334-3248 SOFTAIL CLASSIC, 5K market value even Nthstr, Cotho, Al HONDA 2002 Accord EX, NISSAN2002ALTIMA2.5
hh1500 hghway mi., rear air,900
4.7 V8, 44K Mi, Very pwr win ABS, CD' FORD1999Explorersport, LANDROVER2004Discov- miles,fuelinjected, fac- w/the new Tax Laws!** Pow 70k' 4dr, spd,Loaded,98K, auto, A/C, AM/FM/CD
Clean, New Tires & cruise, Michelin tires 2dr, midnightblue, grey ery ll,4x4,auto,4800mi, tory security, $15,900. 100% Charity- Not a (352)4557073 1wner, Exc. Cond. all pwr, fog lights mud
Brakes. Syn Oil used. Serious in uiries only leather, all pwr,sunroof, tow pkg, running Cal 813-909-8790 commercialfundraiser* CADILLAC 1999 DeVille, $9,250.813-973-7075 flaps green 39k mi
$12,500.813-293-4474 $4800firm813-416-05 immaculate cond. only boards, garage kept, HARLEY DAVIDSON www.800charitycars.org Beautiful car, fullpower, 410-507-2543I $ 4,660 813-546-3337
FORD 1986 F150, auto, 6 FORD 1999 Windstar LX 70K.$8850.813.760.8890 $27,500727-786-3760 2003FXSTD DEUCE Bet- $500 POLICE IMPOUNDS! North Star engine 23 HONDA2004ACCORDEX- $500 Police Impounds.
cyl, runs good, rey, power automatic door' FORD 2001 EDDIE BAUER MERCEDES-BENZ2004M- terthan newanniversay Hondas, Chevys, Jeeps, miles per ga. $7995 4dr,4cyl,auto,graphite, Hondas, Chevys,
Am-FM stereo, $ 20:. perfect condition, 67rk EXPEDITION 68Kmi, BIk, CLASS 350 16K mi, Sil- deucewiththousandsin Toyotas, Nissans & -754-3272 679-4 allpower, sunroof, I4kmi Toyotas, etc. from $5 0.
813-317-1154 mi. Below blue book- 2WD, 8Cyl, $15K obo ver, Nav., Lthr, Bose str extra chrome badlan- m o r e CADILLAC1999 6 yr.75,000 mi warranty. Forlisting 800-749-8167,
Ford1989Ranepr4xDrive $6200.352-583-4297 813-949-7672 SunRoof, Primo! $36K der and single seats, Cars/Trucks/SUVs from ELDORADO35KmiWh. $ 20,000obo813.238-4264 ext4124.
S 1100. FORD 2002 Expedition (813)855-2526 screaming eagle pipes $500 For listings call Diamond Load HONDA2004CivicEXau- PONTIAC 1987 SUNBIRD
ki ca i3andonly5000miles. Ga- 800-749-8116, Ext 4854 $1,0, 41HONDA2004CivicEX, au- PONTIAC 1987 SUNBIRD
Dodge 1980mni GMC 1997 4x4, Eddie Bauer, exc Mercury 1997 Mountain- rage kept and all servic- $15,300, 941) 2841436 to, loaded 10 cd plyr Convertible, Med. Blue,
$500 obo.Good Savana Hi-to Ex lorer cond., fully loaded, new eer, White, 110K mi., es $17900 won't last WE BUY CARS Trucks, Chevrolet 1998 Lumina- transferable warr, 22K AC, runs well. $800.
Condition!813-737-2597 Conversion/Lded140k tires, 115k. Must see! fully loaded, Ithr intr, 6 on(813728-6695 RV's Boats.eal Top Golden color, excellent mi, Burgundy, $14,499 813-885-9216
FORD 1997 F-350 Turbo $6,500obo.813-236-4355 $13,500.813-641-2959. disk CD chngr. $6,500 $$$CASH Today! Any condition, org owner obo. Cai1813-843-1968
215ou- FORD 2002 Explorer XLS OBO. Call 813-0823 HARLEY2003 SCREAM- Condition. Free Removal, $3800.Ca813-655-079 Infinity 1992 045, cham- PORSCHE 1980 928 95K
5 spd, alum roof wing, ete GLS, V6 tan, 4 d, V6 CD, cloth MITSUBISHI 2001 Monte- extras, perfect, only or8132406270agne/tan Ithr, cold ac mi, just serviced all
runs ood, body&pant beige/beige Ithrint exc newtires, 47k,$14kobo. ro XLS3 beige Excellent 3,000prouced,3300 mi CASH PAID CHEVY 1995 Monte Carlo loaded, new tires, 2nd records $7500.
A-1,$8595. 352)346-1051 cond, new tires, all re- Like new. 813-241-7441. Condition, 12,000 obo $24,500 (727)217-9029 Z3 auto, V6, cold air, owner like new. 813-884-1823
~FORD19F1et b cords 133k mi, $5200 Moving mustsell. 813-994-798 H W, For Cars Running or Not! sunrf, CD, tires like new, $3900obo. 813-569-9832
FORD1998F150extracab, Harley Davidson 2004 We'llcomepickitup % 113Kmi runsexcellent. INFINITI 2001 130T, 85K Porsche 2001 911, Per-
bedliner, 3drs, loaded, 13-404-2025 FORD 2003 EXPEDITION Heritage softtail under Call Roat813-610-1535 $2900.81.545.2656 INF mi, Gold, Ithr 2001 130T 85 fe Prsche 2001 911,OnlyPer-
nice clean truck, Triton PLYMOUTH 1999 Voyag- Eddie Bauer,72k mi, perf Toyota 2000 LandCruiser 5kmi tone, blk & gold, sunroof fet, le BIk ly 6K,
motor, light blue ext, er High to Conversion cond, new tires, new river rock gray, 67K mi. sec alarm. Absolutely $$$$ CASH $$$$ CHEVY 1996 CAVALIER touring pkg, $14,006 Loaded, 18" whls New
grey mt, 89K miles, Minivan, beautiful in- brakes. Askin $18,500 immac. cond. too many perfect in every aspect ForCars,Trucks&Vans 101K mi very clean 4- obo. Must see! $77Kreduced$52,900obo
$7500obo(727) 943-9261 side & out, Exc cond, Ithr obo813-294-7187 extras to list, Toyota Senior owned $18,000 AnyPrice/AnTire Door, AT, 4 Cyl. service 813-263-6881 Full Wrnty 863-680-3434
FORD 2000 F150 Lariat, capt chairs, & loaded all FORD 2003 Explorer XLT cert.$27K 813-240-2664 firm 813-831-3635 727L-5LMEFIR05-3882T records carax avail, Infinity 2003 FX35 Load- SATURN 1995 SL1, cold
Super Cab Triton 5.4 V8, opt, incl moodlights, TV, factory leather, full TOYOTA 2002 4RUNNER- HARLEY 2005 XL883C 727-505-3882 $2,000, (561) 351-9922 ed, gold, 23k mi, under A/C, 5sp great on gas,
Auto, Fully Loaded, Lthr, VCR Nintendo jacks, al- power, tow pkg, dualair, Limited,Silver,4x4,Lthr, Sportster 390 mi. warr. CASH TODAY CHEVY 1997 Camaro con- NADA vaue,$29,000. runs/look perfect, only
ere-ibtsleew/newtopH813-980-0357 $1,795. Cal, now.
No reasonable offer re- whIs, 130K Hw ml 3rd row seat. $21,900 fully loaded, sunroof, lots ofextras, windishld, For Cars, Trucks & Vans white w/nrea t c ond, 1 $1795 Call now0
fused!813-361-9308 $7190 727-641-052 obo. 813-417-1543 DVD/VCR,8discCD tow dr.lgts of exaddl For Cars, Trucks & Vans white, eat cond, 120; 813-980-0357 Cell 813-380-3819
FOD 2000 250 XLT die- 52-518-9776 GMC 1989 SUBURBAN pkg,37kmi, extended $10,5 s00bo.813-96-1493 Runnin7g Or Not. below book! $4500 obo. JAGUAR 2000 S model Saturn 1995 SL2 pwr
FORD 200r extra cab, Blue TOYOTA 1991 PREVIA 2500SLE7.4,8 SUBU4WD72K warranty,exc HDition! 2001 HERITAG 81-728-7979 Quicksale.81-376-8230 perfect condition 1 steering,tiltwhl,D,du-
w/tan int,96K mi extra 115K mi, 1-owner, good mi, clean in & out. Runs 23,000.813-505-9050 D 2001 HERITAGE WANTED TheKeyToSAVINGSStart owner, saphire blue, al bags, ABS traction
clean 2WD, $5,995 cond. $3500 obo. good! $2900. TOYOTA 2002 SEQUOIA Gar KeptMinton, -DEAD ORALIVE- HereinClassified! white int, 2 rs comply cntrl auto, 7k miles,
813-966-5534 813-956-4608 813-974-9001 SR5, 46K, wht new all Scanin Pipes Cars trucks&vansd.Free warr.813-223CHEVY 2076 $20obo.02 Camero 13-546-4805
D HONDA 203 PILOT, auto opt,'sunRthr0tow pkg, MaKy Chrome extras, 813.930.2464813.760.2656 ConvtXM-radio chrome LFXUS 1990 LS400 full sz, SATURN 1996 SL1 White
FORD 2004 350 Toyota 2001 Siena, load- Burundy, 48K mf., A/ records warr 100k1n 55 1730 whl, ground efect,38k 4-dr, V8, 100% stock, sedan,56Kmiles, 1 own-
15'box, 6,000 miles ed no dent, no scratch, CD, thr, all pwr, single er$24,00 813-760-3231 (813) 909-7490 HIGHEST PRICES PAID! saddle leather int. tan 2nd owner, 60K orig mi er, ony driven 8 months
asking $26,000 retired couple's van owner, exc. cond. TOYOTA 2003 MATRIX Suzuki '99 Intruder 800 Junks, Repairables, Hih to,AutoV-8Cyl$20,000 looks & runs new $12 2 ea. year. $2700.
Call352-754-9998 114Kmi exccond.$940d $20,900.813-732-6352 27K, It blue, auto, all 2650 milesexcellent e AutsTrucks 81-541-3195 727688-1565 813-920-8684
FORD 2004 F-150, 6cyl ISUZU 1999RodeoLSE,all powe, aarm, rem. cond., extras. Hours:(727)385-740 CHEVY 2003 IMPALA LEXUS 1992 SC400. Sport Saturn 1999 SL24 door,
5spd, 2-tone paint' Toyota 2002 Sienna XLE, leather, V6, exc cond. soun like new.3,400 $3500.(813) 908-0680 Black72k m ExcVY 2ond coupe, white w/gold auto, PW, PL, 1B, key-
chrome bumpers, 17K fully loaded, immacu- 102k miles $9150. obo 13335-1596 WANTED B.. Classic CDPlaer AfPwr,$8900 pkg, leather,navigation less alarm 1 owner ac,
miles asing $12,750. late showroom cond, 813-991-5637, cell Scooters & AN .rr .W 644 Ati 813-269-9770i264-5226 ss, 12 CD, new t62es, cassette, 3-237K mi. $480 0
Ca 83-340-8294 36,500 Mi, riowner. 602-326-4316. 633 Mopeds cash. Tp $. Wl pick Vehicles $2,.813-4536290 813-230-7033
Ford 2004 Lariat, crew $21,980.813-789-1062 JEEP 1993 WRANGLER, up. Sales Serv Part L CHRYSLER 1994 LHS LEXUS 2002 ES300, Toyota 2000 Camr, V6
cab, 4 dr, leather con- TOYOTA SIENNA XLE, 7 4cyl, 5spd good condi- YAMAHA 2002 ZUMA ex- A.c.813651-2522 CAMARO 1969 SS Asking $2000 obo 1 sunroof, 6 disc CD, all power onions
sole, 6000 miles, beauti- passenger, clean inside tion, reduced from cellentcond, 850 miles, THROTTLE FACTOR p fact.A/C. Con owner, interior clear excellent condition, alarm one owner, mint
ful $25900 firm. &outpowerwindows& $4,300 to $3,800. (813) customized, 70cc, ex- YAMAHA 02 YZF R1 Adult sole Auto with ganies. good cond. 3.5 litre V6 blue, leather, 55K mi, condition. $10000
813-60-4416 locksCD,70Kmiles. 624-6485/(352) 799-3290 haust, clutch, 55 mph, Owned andoprated, Crate 350 then built to runs good.1335986-5768 $22,00.813-684-1810 813-879-8991872-7640
JEEP 1996 Gr. Cherokee $9,49.813-393-6208. JEEP 1994 Cherokee, $1600.813-973-7974 5200 MIs, Many extras, 383. Never any mrstyou Chrysler 1997 Sebring Lexus2002 GS430, Millen-
Extended Cab. 5 spd wr ,duaAC Runs good Standard tor Diamond cut cylin- 813-684-794 Tom(813)833iCon., p/w, leather,d connium silver, black lethTOYOTA 2000 CAMRY LE
sunf, $7900 92 Toyota632 Sa owerrunsgood' (813) 316-7794 Vri Maroon w/Tan top 4 les, fullyload- new tires and battery,
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Raiders' Playoffs



Run Comes To Close


3 SIGN SOFTBALL

LETTERS OF INTENT
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Playing a team that very
much resembled them, the
Plant City Raiders saw their
tremendous softball season
come to an end last week in
the first round of the Class 6A
playoffs.
Kissimmee Osceola, which,
like Plant City, had put things
together in the last month,
beat the Raiders 3-0 Thursday
night to advance to the region
semifinals. The Kowgirls were
scheduled to meet Palm Beach
Gardens on Tuesday night.
Though they had preferred
it come with their season still
going, three Raider seniors
signed college letters of intent
on Friday morning. Jessica
Pauley and Samanthan Wal-
dron will attend South Florida
Community College in Avon
Park while Leticia Manning is
headed to North Florida Com-
munity College in Madison


County.
Raiders head coach Heidi
Kouveras had a fairly direct
connection in the case of
Pauley and Waldron. The
head coach at SFCC, which
just completed its inaugural
softball campaign, is Carlos
Falla who coached Kouveras
at his previous stop, Webber.
"Heidi contacted me at the
beginning of the season and
told me that I needed to take a
look at them," Falla said.
"Funny thing was, every time
there was a chance to see
them around here, something
came up and I wasn't able to
make it."
But Falla did get to see one
game late in the regular
season, and one more during
Plant City's run through the
district tournament, when the
Raiders finished as the
runners-up.
"I saw everything Heidi had
told me," he said. "With J.P.,
just her speed, and she puts
the ball in play. Sam, she can
play just about anywhere."
Falla said the Panthers were
a victory shy of qualifying for


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Plant City High School softball players Jessica "J.P." Pauley, seated, second from left, Leticia
Manning and Samantha Waldron sign letters of intent May 6 to play for Florida colleges. Pauley
and Waldron will play for South Florida Community College in Avon Park; Manning will play for
North Florida Community College in Madison. Also shown are Carlos Falla, seated, left, head
softball coach at SFCC, and Joe Morabito, head coach at NFCC. In back, from left, are PCHS
Athletic Director Kelley Duncan, Pauley's mother, Karen, Waldron's mother, Debi Sanchez,
Manning's mother, Leticia, and PCHS softball coach Heidi Kouveras.


the state junior college tour-
nament, in spite of losing
three pitchers to injury at the
start of the season. SFCC plays
in the Suncoast Conference,
which means Pauley and Wal-
dron will be able to stay close
to home because Hillsborough
Community College, along
with teams in Polk and Pasco
counties, also make up the the
league.
Unfortunately, Kouveras
wasn't allowed to be on the


field Thursday in Kissimmee
due to a two-game suspension
that stemmed from her ejec-
tion in the district final. With
their head coach in the dugout
or not, it was going to be a
tough game for Plant City,
thanks to Kissimmee Osceola
pitcher Megan Hord.
The Villanova-bound senior
not only tossed a shutout
while striking out 10, she had
a big two-run triple in the
third inning to give the Kow-


girls the lead.
Kissimmee Osceola
improved to 15-11 while the
Raiders finished with a 12-11
mark.
On Friday night, Sarasota
Riverview, which edged Plant
City for the district title,
bowed out at the hands of
Orlando Freedom, 4-3. Free-
dom was coming off a blowout
7-0 loss to Osceola in the Dis-
trict 5 final.


SHARP CUTS


Tri-Star Skills


Cougars Look For Rematch Features Top


It looks like the road to
Sarasota will go through,
that's right, Sarasota. The
Sailors showed Durant not
that the Cougars asked for
any such display why they
are the top-ranked team in
the state and one of the best
in the country, winning 9-0
in the Class 6A-District 6
final at Bloomingdale.
With the state tournament
moved from Legends Field to
Sarasota's Ed Smith Stadium
this year, it has become
apparent the Sailors are the
team to beat.
Durant hopes to be doing
that, in what the Cougars
hope will be a rematch in the
Region 2 final. But first, the
Cougars began region play
Tuesday night. If Durant was
victorious at Kissimmee
Osceola, it will again be in
action in the region semifi-
nals this Friday.
Fortunately for the Cou-
gars, should a rematch
happen they would be able
to throw one of their tre-
mendous 1-2 pitching duo of
Tony Garcia or Carmine
Giardina. Since both had
already pitched during
Durant's trip to the district
final, they were out of


DAREK
SHARP

commission on Thursday.
Sarasota batted around in
the first inning, with Dale
Slimick hitting the first pitch
of the game for a homer and
things going downhill from
there for the Cougars.
Credit reliever Mike
Cannon for preventing the
Sailors, who no doubt were
expecting to invoke the 10-
run mercy rule, from getting
a 10th run. And Cannon's
first pitch of the second
inning was also taken deep.
If the Cougars won
Tuesday, they will play at
either Lantana Santaluces or
Palm Beach Gardens, both
teams that had 21 wins to
their credit through district
play. Durant was 13-12 after


the loss to Sarasota.
Those jonesing for some
football can head out to
Raider Stadium this Satur-
day morning for the Plant
City team's scrimmage.
Spring practice started last
week and culiminates next
Friday, May 20, with a
jamboree.
Durant and Armwood will
square off in the first half,
followed by host Plant City
and Newsome.
And former Plant City
High running back great
Chad Scott may be a long
way from taking handoffs on
Sunday, but he at least took
the first step. The Cleveland
Browns recently signed Scott
as an undrafted free agent.
Scott, who started off at
Kentucky before transferring
to North Carolina, partici-
pated in the Browns recent
rookie minicamp. Even Scott
would admit that he's not
looking to unseat Lee Suggs
as the Browns running back,
but to make an NFL roster
even for a short while is
some kind of accomplish-
ment.
With Scott's speed, it's no
wonder the Browns are
intrigued.


REGULAR SEASON
NEARS END

Staff Report
Andres Medina and Kevin
Arias tied for the highest score
of 315 points and were among
eight winners Saturday in the
Optimist Club of Plant City
Tri-Star soccer skills contest.
Medina won the 10- to 11-
year-old boys age group while
Arias was the 12-14 winner.
Jesus Guerre and Marcus
Svensson were runners-up in
those age groups.
The Tri-Star contest, which
was held at the Otis M.
Andrews Sports Complex, fea-
tured a record 131 competi-
tors this year. All were judged
in 'the areas of dribbling
(against the clock and around
flags), passing (at various sizes
of targets) and shooting (at
goal with different zones
marked on the net).
Lindsey Shaver was the 6-7
girls winner, with Rebecca
Moore coming in second. Cole
Brumbeloe was the boys
winner, with Jared Arnold
second and Rodrigo Hernan-
dez 2.5 points behind Arnold.
In the 8-9 age group, Brooke
Shaffer was the girls winner


Competition


soccer Players
with 165 points, and Christina
Thomas was right behind with
160. Tobias Svensson won for
the boys with 282.5 points and
Pedro Espinal Jr. was second.
Laura Hale was the 10-11
girls winner with 212.5 points.
Nicole Arnold and Stephany
Moore both finished with 170
points to tie for second.
Lauren Morris was the 12-14
girls champion.
There is one week left to go
in the Plant City Recreation
and Parks Department regular
season. Those games are also
held at the Andrews complex.
Most of the nine regular-
season titles are up in the air
coming into the final week.
Timothy Hanlon scored
four goals as Paraguay beat
Colombia last week to stay
atop the under-19 league,
clinching the regular-season
title in that age group. The vic-
tory improved Paraguay's
record to 5-0-1, a two-point
cushion over Uruguay, a team
it beat earlier the season.
The Scoundrels of the
under-15 league ran their
record to 6-0 with two wins
last week by a combined score
of 14-2. Coming into this
week, the Spirit and Scorpions
shared second place at 5-1.


TRACK
Continued From Page 21


Brown credits the improve-
ment to his track coach Ken
Harlan, who helped out with
Brown's technique.
"He's a freak," Harlan said.
"He's just a blue-chip kid, too.
He gets a little adrenaline
going, and with his mental
preparation, those things
combine to give him an
advantage over some of these


6-5, 6-6 antelopes."
Harlan said that on Brown's
fifth jump, where he fouled by
going over the start line by one
inch, he went 46 feet. In fact,
event winner Wondy Louis-
Pierre from Naples Lely fouled
on five of his six attempts.
When Brown got back to
school Monday there wasn't
much time to relax. He was


back practicing with the foot-
ball team, where he will be
going into his fourth year as
quarterback.
"He practiced three days
last week," said Raiders foot-
ball- coach Todd Long. "We
gave him Thursday off to rest
his legs and Friday was a travel
day. To do what he did, when
you got those gazelles who are


6-1, 6-4 out there, that's just
great."
Brown's finish gave his
school three points, good for
46th out of 58 teams. Orlan-
do's Evans High was the boys
champion. Sarasota Riverview
was the top finisher among
schools in Plant City's region,
coming in ninth; Lakeland was
11th.


Miami Northwestern won
the girls title. Gaither was tied
for 17th.
Improving on sixth place is
not Brown's only goal.
"I want to qualify in the high
jump, too, and the triple jump
and long jump," he said. "I
might get a little tired if I do,
but that's what I'll be trying
for."


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Downtown 5th Ave., Zephyrhills
Vendors, food court, The Tammy Hatch Band,
20Special guest Adam Holbrook and The Fere
Thrill Show.
,_ ... ....... .. ..... o nMotorcycle Show
8 Class featuring Best of Show"
Judging 7-9 p.m. FOLLOWED BY TROPHY
M oisa PRESENTATION
P to benefit Zephyrhills JROTC and
Most Handsome Boy St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
t HYyearsroldPre-event Charity Ride-$10
3".y'ar old Registration, 11:30 a.m.
2005 Strawberry Festival Kickstands up, 1 p.m.
Baby Parade
For more information, please call 813-780-1414 or www.mainstreetzephyrhills.org.
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