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THE COURIER
THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT


in the
NEWS


GOVERNMENT
Freshman state Rep.
Rich Glorioso says he
learned a lot during
his first term in Talla-
hassee.
PAGE 3


DIGBT
Former Boys & Girls
Club director John
Griffin is memorial-
ized in the center he
helped build.
PAGE 2


BRIGGS


It was mothers
against daughters on
the softball diamond.
PAGE 8


INDEX


CALENDAR
PAGE I


LINDALHION KrTNNE:.'riatlphoilo
Elizabeth "Liz" Potter, right, Victoria Green and Andre Darnes perform Friday With Durant's Class Act show choir. Potter received this
year's Ron Frost Memorial Scholarship.




Durant At 10 Lives Its Tradition


'SOMETHING SPECIAL
GOING ON HERE'
By LINDA CHION KENNEY
lchion@mediageneral.com
Kelli Smith remembers the
principal who knew her name.
Indeed, she said, "he knew
every student by name," and that
was quite a feat for a school with
2,200 students.
"We were a family, that's the
main thing I remember," said
Smith, who when she graduated
from Durant High School in 1999
was known by her maiden name,


Kelli Lott. "We were a family."
That family gathered to reunite
Friday night at Lupton's Boggy
Bottom Ranch in Keysville to pay
tribute to the school once known
simply as "High School CCC."
While under construction, there
was talk that the school would be
named for longtime school board
member Joe Newsome, or for
Turkey Creek or Pinecrest, two
schools that at one time served
high school students.
But in the end, the school was
named for Durant, and it opened
Aug. 21, 1995, with Ron Frost, the
See DURANT, Page 12


RELIGION

Mormons Are On A Mission In Plant City


IN-aERIBNE
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what youll find in
The Tampa Tribunes
Pnt City section
Samrday


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Mday Mormon missionaries Alan Fames
and Chris Peck cover Plant City on
their bicycles, going door-to-door
to spread their faith.


LIVE HERE TEMPORARILY
TO SPREAD THEIR FAITH
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneraLcom
Chances are you've seen
them, the young men usually
wearing black slacks, white
shirts, backpacks and safety hel-
mets, who ride their bicycles
with a purpose through the
streets of Plant City.


While their names and faces
change as the weeks and months
go by, young Mormon mission-
aries are usually visiting here,
representing the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Elder Alan Fames, 19, who
lives in Gilbert, Ariz., is one of
these young men. His parents
are members of the Mormon
Church back home. He came to.
find God in his heart and
received a sweet witness by daily


prayer, he said. That is why he
missions today.
"I seek daily confirmation of
my faith," Fames said. "And I
want to share this love and joy
with others."
Mormons believe that Jesus is
the son of God and man's salva-
tion. But the Mormons also
believe that the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints is the
SeeMORMONS,Page 9


CLASSIFIED
PAGE 29
CROSSWORD


FAMILY LIVING
PAE 8
OPINION
PAG


WEDDINGS


WORSHIP
MGE I


Principal
Pamela
Bowden
reviews items
for the Durant
High School
time capsule.
The school's
mascot is the
cougar.


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Members of John Griffin's family gather under the memorial
honoring the late director of the West Side Plant City Boys &
Girls club last week. From left: sister Barbara Dixon; daughter-
in-law Laurel Griffin; sister Martha Bowers; widow Nadine
Griffin; daughter Hattie Griffin; sisters Sara Stevens and Lula
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John Griffin, Larger
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The children of Plant City's
West Side Boys & Girls Club
are back under the watchful
eye of John Griffin.
Griffin, who served for
many years as director of the
club, died suddenly on May
11, 2004, after complications
from a stroke. But on the first
anniversary of his death, city
and club officials gathered
along with Griffin's family
members at the center for the
unveiling of the John Griffin
Memorial Wall.
The banner-sized memorial


spans the length of a wall in
the building's lobby. A large
headshot of Griffin seems to
look down from the center of
the span.
"He'd be really touched and
honored," said Nadine Griffin,
John Griffin's widow.
"(The club) meant the world
to him," said daughter Hattie
Griffin. "It was his goal to keep
kids off the street and at a safe
place."
Joyce Mozzicato, a longtime
volunteer at the club, read a
letter from Gov. Jeb Bush that
commended Griffin for his
"tireless effort to be a leader
See DIGEST, Page 16


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CALENDAR


Glorioso Makes It Through First Session


THURSDAY
PCHS cheerleading
All students interested
in cheering for the Plant
City High School Raiders
for the 2005-06 school year
should attend an informa-
tional meeting in the
school gym May 19 at 6:30
p.m.
Eligibility requirements.
physical, summer camp
schedule along with trout
dates for August will be
discussed.
Call: 757-9370, Ext. 228.

FRIDAY
Mystery theater
The Friends of Bruton
Memorial Library will
present its annual mystery
dinner theater. "A
Treacherous Ride on the
Midnight Train," May 20-
21 at Magic Moments,
2207 Mud Lake Road.
Tickets are $35 per person
and include dinner and
dessert.
Doors open at 6:15 p.m.,
dinner at 6:30, curtain at 7:
30. Proceeds from the
event help fund improve-
ments to the library.
Tickets can be pur-
chased at Sunshine State
Federal Savings and Loan
or Holiday Inn Express.
Call: Patricia Eifler, 341-
6618, or Hal Brewer, 752-
4949.

SATURDAY
Neighborhood
education day
The East Hillsborough
Network will present
Neighborhood Educanon
and Enlightenment Day,
or N.E.E.D. May 21 from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. at 307 N.
Michigan Ave.
Meet service providers
and learn about commu-
nity resources and non-
profit agencies. There also
will be a yard sale. To reg-
ister a space in the sale or
for more information, call
See CALENDAR, Page 22


REPRESENTATIVE LOOKS

FORWARD TO 2006
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN and TONY
MARRERO
Courier Staff Writers
Rich Glorioso is no stranger
to Tallahassee, but his first
session as a member of the
House of Representatives was
an experience like none he has
had there before.
"It was a great and unbe-
lievable experience," said Glo-
rioso, a former two-term Plant
City commissioner, who
served from 1998-2004. "I was
honored, in the first place, to
be elected and sent there by
the voters in our district. I was
thrilled to be given the oppor-
tunity to represent them in
such an important way."
In November, Glorioso won
the District 62 seat held by
former House Speaker and
Plant City lawyer Johnnie
Byrd. From March until May
Glorioso and 15 other fresh-
man representatives learned
the ropes of doing the state's
business.
"It was definitely a learning
experience for all the fresh-
man. But we all brought
expertise to the table," he said.
"There were doctors, accoun-
tants, a mother with experi-
ence with an autistic child,
people familiar with insurance
problems, and other profes-
sionals who all contributed in
the session."


As a retired Air Force
colonel and former chairman
of the Hillsborough County
Metropolitan Planning
Organization, Glorioso's
expertise is considered to be
in growth management, trans-
portation and military veter-
ans affairs, he said.
"My experience on the city
commission, my work with
the (MPO), and my career
serving as an
officer in the Air
Force all came
into play during
this session,"
Glorioso said. "I
served on several
committees that
Glorioso dealt with bills
proposed in
those areas, and worked
alongside other representa-
tives sponsoring other bills."
One such bill dealt with
state laws concerning sexual
predators. Prompted by a case
in Plant City where a licensed
sexual predator purchased a
pet store, Glorioso provided
the verbiage for an amend-
ment to current predator laws,
pertaining to the abuse of vic-
tims younger than the age of
18, that more clearly defines
where the convicted predator
can be, employed.
"This law also makes it
unlawful for any individual to
harbor a known predator,"
Glorioso said. "And it tightens
the rules concerning the
reports dealing with their


"My experience on
the city commission,
my work with the
(MPO), and my ca-
reer serving as an of-
ficer in the Air Force
all came into play
during this session."
RICH GLORIOSO
House of Representatives

place of residence. I also
worked to support an
improvement to a bill dealing
with the Department of Chil-
dren & Families. There is still a
lot of work needed in all those
areas."
Not all of his efforts were
successful, Glorioso said.
"I tried to get some basic
subjects back into the public
school curriculum." he said.
"Students aren't familiar
enough with the Declaration
of Independence, the
Constitution, or the Bill of
Rights. A recent study by an
education study foundation
reported that students are not
familiar with the principles
our country was founded
upon, or the reason for our
basic freedoms."

'Intimidating'
Speaking on the House floor
can be intimidating, Glorioso


said.
"Especially for a new guy,"
he said. When he stood up to
speak for the first time sup-
porting the creation of an
expressway authority in
southwest Florida his mouth
went dry.
He rented an apartment not
far from the capitol building,
sharing it with a medical
intern, but he was rarely there
except to sleep and shower, he
said. He returned home to
Plant City and his wife, Judy,
on the weekends one morn-
ing earlier in the session, he
woke up in Plant City thinking
he was in Tallahassee.
Glorioso got help from his
Tallahassee aide Brook
McKnight. His district secre-
tary John McCaughey worked
in Glorioso's Plant City office
at 110 W. Reynolds St.
He said despite the contro-
versy surrounding lobbyists
and their influence, Glorioso
described them as "a wealth of
knowledge."
But he set firm boundaries,
he said.
"I tell them, 'If you lie to me,
you won't get in the door,
much less have me on your
side,'" he said. "If your argu-
ment makes sense, I'll support
it."
One of the biggest chal-
lenges was trying to read and
digest the numerous laws and
amendments that came his
See TERM, Page 12


POLICE BEAT


Drug arrest
A 44-year-old Plant City
man was arrested May 8 and
charged with possession of
cocaine with intent to distrib-
ute, Plant City police said.
About 7 a.m., police served
search warrants at 802 E.
Laura St., which is a boarding
house, arresting resident Stan-
ley Vaughn Burch.
He was taken to a Hills-
borough County jail, where he
posted bail of $17,000 and was
released the same day, county


records show.
An adjoining apartment at
the same address was searched
on a separate search warrant.
During the search police con-
fiscated 337 grams of crack,
and 112 grams of powdered
cocaine, Wilson said.
Police are looking for the
resident of that room, Carlos
Richardson, 30. Richardson
has been living at.that address
for more than a year, police
said.
The arrestswere a result of a


monthlong investigation,
police said.
Anyone with information
regarding Richardson is asked
to call the Plant City Police
TIPS line at 754-8477, or Sgt.
Bryan Miller at 757-9200, after
2 p.m.

Burglary, assault
A Plant City mother and son
have been charged with felony
burglary to an occupied resi-
dence, misdemeanor battery
and criminal mischief after


allegedly breaking into a home
and assaulting its occupants,
Plant City police officials said.
Kay Mullis, 45, and James
Mullis, 24, both of 607 N.
Merrin St., were charged after
breaking into the home of
Christy Slocum, 703 E. Devane
St., May 6 about 8:50 p.m.
Kay Mullis posted bail of
$8,750, and James Mullis
posted bail of $8,250. Both
were released from a Hills-
borough County jail May 7,
county records show.


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

Cholesterol Screenings
Total Cholesterol/HDL/Glucose
4th Tuesday of every month, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary.
Cost: $12 (no fasting required)

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

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

Basic Life Support
for Health Care Providers
June 6, 6-1 Opm (new certification only)
July 11, 6-8pm (recertification only)
Community Conference Room
Registration and pre-payment required.
Cost: $30 (includes book and card)


FOCUS Women's Care
Open House
Meet Chumphol "Dr. Maha"
Mahapaurya, M.D., Carolyn Reneau,
CNM, Carol Thompson, CNM, and
the entire staff. Enjoy light hors
d'oeuvres and tour this new facility.

May 19, 4-6pm
FOCUS WOMEN'S CARE
1603 W. Reynolds Street


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

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


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

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

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

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

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


For information, registration or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.
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Commission


Denies


Rezoning


Request

WHO WILL BENEFIT
BECOMES THE
QUESTION
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
In an effort to control
growth, something will have
to give.
When the interests of build-
ers, taxpayers, new home buy-
ers and the city conflict, there
will have to be compromises
such as the one commission-
ers made May 9 when they
voted 4-1 to deny a develop-
er's request to rezone property
off North Gordon Street to
allow for smaller lots and
more homes.
The city planning board
had concurred with the city
planning and zoning depart-
ment to recommend that the
request by M/I Homes be
approved. The company
wanted the 23-acre parcel at
1707 Gordon St.-, presently
zoned single family residential
with lots sized 75 feet by 100
feet., to be zoned R-1, single
family residential with lots
sized 60 feet by 100 feet.
Homes in the development
will be listed between $180,000
and $300,000 each. M/I
Homes estimated that an
additional 12 houses could be
built on the site if lot sizes
were reduced.
In denying the request, the
commission did recommend
that city staff look at what
improvements could be made
on Spencer and Gordon
streets to help accommodate
and increase in traffic
expected because of the
development and how any
further increase might impact
transportation issues.
A number of residents liv-
ing off North Gordon Street
and nearby Spencer Street
came to the May 9 meeting at
city hall to voice their opposi-
tion to the development in
general, and to smaller lots in
particular.
Paul Hetrick, a resident of
North Maryland Avenue, cau-
tioned the commissioners to
look at all sides of growth in
established neighborhoods.
"I appreciate that growth is
coming," Hetrick said. But he
asked the commissioners to
ensure there is room for
growth and development on a
case-by-case basis. "Look at
the infrastructure require-
ments. We have to pay atten-
tion to the impact such growth
will have on vehicular and
pedestrian traffic."
Commissioner Mary
Thomas Mathis was the first
to suggest additional study
might be needed by the city
staff.
"This is my neighborhood,"
Mathis said. "I would hope
this development would be
well planned and thought out
before we allow for additional
traffic and other infrastruc-


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The mothers of Plant City's
10 and under Sizzler travel
softball team donned their
cleats on Mother's Day and
competed against their
daughters in what was
described as a grueling game.
While the moms (and a few
grandmothers) slammed a
few hits to the outfield, the
girls triumphed 22-11. What a
fun way to celebrate a very
special day of the year!

Scouting out recognition
It was blue and gold all
over at First Presbyterian
Church on May 7 when the
Plant City Cub Scout Pack 733
had its annual banquet.
Achievement awards were
presented for geologist,
traveler, maps and com-
passes, and sports.
At the next event, a "Scout-
ing Around the World"
luncheon on June 4, the den
will prepare an international
food sampling for the Cubs
and their families. For more
information on Pack 733,
contact Cub Master Mark
Hamilton at 754-8159.

Under the mortarboard
Congratulations to Florida
Southern College graduates
from Plant City. They are
SteveAlderman, Emily Reena
Dees, Erin Ellis, Gregory Guy,
Justin Marsh, Karen Mitchell,
Amanda Smith and Christina
Franklin Osborne.
You may remember the
story last year on pianist
Osburne, daughter of Darlene
and Robert Franklin Jr. She
graduated magna cum laude
with a bachelor's in perform-
ance music.
Lauren Roberts, daughter
of Rebecca Davidson and Phil
Roberts, will graduate this
month cum laude from the
University of South Florida
with a bachelor's in English
literature. Congratulations! I
think it's wonderful this
honor graduate from Plant
City High School has a dream
to work there with Mom in
the English Department.

Great-granddaughter
Welcome to Plant City and
the world, Kenley Gail
Connell.
She was was born May 11 at
South Florida Baptist Hospital
to Joel and Erika Connell.
Proud hometown grandpar-
ents are Jody and Judy


Special to The Courier
The mothers of Plant City's 10 and under Sizzler travel softball team stand with their daughters
under the scoreboard that tells the tale of the Mother's Day showdown.


Columnist

Connell, and great-grandpar-
ents Buck and Sybil Connell
and Nancy McLean. The
family tells me little Kenley
has four living great-grand-
parents!

Athlete scholars
Two PCHS students were
recently honored at the 37th
annual banquet of the Tampa
Chapter National Football
Foundation and College Hall
of Fame.
Scot Brantley, a former
player for the University of
Florida and the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers, presented the
Scholar-Athlete Award to
linebacker Scott Williams.
Williams, Defensive Player
of the Year, graduated with a
4.45 GPA.
Mike Butler, a former


Charles
Mochow of
Nashville
came to
Florida to
catch a
tarpon and
visited Plant
City to share
his fish tales.


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Special to The Courier
Former National Football League players Mike Butler, left, and
Harold Hart, right, congratulate Plant City High School valedic-
torian Clay Bavinger as the winner of the NFL Players Associa-
tion Scholarship.


player for the Green Bay Pack-
ers, presented the NFL Players
Association Scholarship to
Clay Bavinger.
Bavinger, class valedicto-
rian with a 6.84 weighted
GPA, won the
No. 1 singles
and No. I
doubles titles at
the Class 4A-
District 6 Tennis
Tournament at
USF.
Williams Former
Tampa Bay
Devil Rays player Wade Boggs
was the keynote speaker.
Congratulations to two fine
young men.

Back down south
Many of you know Wayne
Thomas III, who moved to
Washington state almost 10
years ago. His grandfather,
Wayne Thomas, once owned
The Courier.
In trying to explain a fire
that destroyed the newspaper
plant shortly after 1910, the
young editor said, tongue-in-
cheek, that the fire may have
been caused by "galleys of
'red hot' editorial matter left
on the dumps, causing
spontaneous combustion,"
according to Quintilla Bruton
and David E. Bailey Jr.'s


"Plant City, It's Origin and
History."
Wayne was here recently
catching up on Plant City
news and his family and
friends. We wanted to keep
him here, but realize he's very
busy in Seattle as he has
dedicated his life to helping
shut-ins and the homeless.

Fish prayers
My brother-in-law, Charles
Mochow from Nashville, has
always dreamed of catching a
tarpon. On his first tarpon
adventure, he jokingly said,
"Pray I'll catch one." Well, this
past weekend he visited Plant
City on his way back home
from Boca Grande and
admonished us: "Next time,
don't pray so hardY"
Seems his second night, he
hooked (although I'm told the
boat does the hooking) a 150-
pound 6-footer that took him
more than an hour to reel in.
My brother-in-law is
hooked (and the family is
praying next time he catches
an even bigger one!).

I'm fishing for your news.
Send items to gabylee@ao-
Lcom or mail or hand deliver
them to The Courier, c/o Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St.,
Plant City, FL 33566.


COMMUNITY

ROUNDUP

Auditions for
'The Little Mermaid'
The Plant City Chil-
dren's Theatre will hold
auditions for "The Little
Mermaid" every week-
night at 8, May 16 through
June 6.
One-time fee of $45 for
rehearsal, which runs from
May through August. The
show is on 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 held
June 1 and 2 from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. each day at South
Florida Baptist Hospital.
301 N. Alexander St. Insur-
ance discounts may be
available to anyone 55 and
older, consult your insur-
ance agent. To register,
call 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 5-18.
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.

Crisis Center seeks
vohrteers
The Crisis Center of
Tampa Bay seeks volun-
teers to provide crisis
counseling on its 24-hour
crisis hot line.
Day. evening and week-
end shifts are available. No
experience is necessary.
Training will be provided.
Call: 969-4991 or visit
www.crisiscenter.conm.


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WMAY 19, 2005-:;ThCOUR1ER* 7


2 Detectives Recognized For Their Efforts


POLICE CHIEF, SHERIFF
ANNOUNCE HONOREES
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
One worked a high-profile murder case,
another helped bring down a large drug lab.
Both detectives were named for outstand-
ing achievement at the 43rd annual East Hills-
borough Law Enforcement Appreciation
Dinner on May 10 at the Arthur Boring Civic
Center.
Plant City Police Detective Matt Lawson,
who helped break the Heather and Darren
Kaiser double-homicide case, is the depart-
ment's Officer of the Year.
Hillsborough County Sheriff's' Detective
Kyle Robinson is the 2005 East Hillsborough
County Deputy of the Year.
Several hundred law enforcement officers,
their families and guests attended the dinner
and award ceremony.
On Jan. 15, Lawson was handed one of the
toughest cases he has worked in his entire
career, taking on the role of lead detective
after the Kaisers were found murdered in the


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Hillsborough County Sheriff's' Detective Kyle
Robinson, right, accepts the 2005 East
Hillsborough County Deputy of the Year
award from Sheriff David Gee.
business behind their home on North Gordon
Street.
"There were no readily identifiable sus-
pects. There were no telltale clues. There were
no witnesses," said Plant City Police Chief Bill
McDaniel. "In every way imaginable, the mur-
ders of Darren and Heather Kaiser were a


mystery; a mystery that had to be solved so
that justice might be brought for the victims
and their families, and reassurance brought to
the surrounding community."
For five weeks, Lawson worked on the
investigation, coordinating efforts to pursue
leads.
"In the end, (Lawson) solved the case,"
McDaniel said. "Because of his efforts, the
person believed responsible for killing Darren
and Heather Kaiser has been identified. He
has been arrested and he now awaits his day
in court where he will answer for his actions."
Lawson began his law enforcement career
in 1994. He joined the Plant City Police
Department in 2001, serving as a patrol offi-
cer, and later as a detective in the depart-
ment's criminal investigations unit.
A dent in the meth trade
In June 2004, Robinson was assigned a case
where a large amount of anhydrous ammonia
was stolen from a farmer's tank in the Balm
area, said Sheriff David Gee, who presented
the award.
The theft was directly related to the meth-
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MORMONS
Continued From Page 1
one, true church, and that
church founder Joseph Smith
is a modem-day prophet of
God.
The Mormons, like many
Christian denominations,
send young missionary men
and women all over the world.
The members of this volun-
teer group dedicate 18 months
to two years spreading the
gospel and the teachings of
their, church. Missionaries
often learn the local language
to help them gain acceptance
in the community.
Fames, the senior mission
in the Plant City ward, said he
has enjoyed his time here, for
the most part, although he is
scheduled to move to the
Haines City ward before this
week is out.
The results from the
nomadic work are real, Fames
said.
"Our best reward from mis-
sionary work is seeing people
change their lives for the bet-
ter," Fames said. "Those who
seek to be baptized in our
religion need to refrain from
smoking, for instance, and
drinking alcohol. I have
helped people quit smoking
so they could be worthy to be
baptized and become a mem-
ber of the church. Anyone
may visit. Anyone is welcome
to Sunday services. But.to be a
member, smoking, drinking,
lying, stealing, cheating, or
being unfaithful, for example,
Shas no place."
While they are here, mis-
sionaries live together in
wards.
"Plant City is definitely
unique," Fames said. "We (the
missionaries) are away from
home, but the people in the
ward, and many of the people
in the community make us
feel at home."
Elder Chris Peck, another
19-year-old missionary,
agrees, to a point.
"Plant City is quite different
from the city I came from,"
said Peck, whose family
resides in the suburbs of
Provo, Utah. "In comparison,
it is certainly a small town. In
general, the people have been
very kind to us. But while most
of the people are nice, we
occasionally are not treated
with the kindness that we
might be expecting."
While stopped on a side-
walk with a reporter recently,
several motorists, mostly
young males, shouted insults
and even profanity. But
religious missionaries often
face ridicule from the general
public, church officials point
out.
Rude and inhospitable
behavior may occur in many
towns around the world, but
hearing taunts while exercis-
ing your faith is never pleas-
ant, missionaries and church
officials said. And doing mis-
sionary work for the Mormon
Church in many traditionally
Christian towns is not easy,


AT A GLANCE
The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints lists membership
in the United States at just more
than 5.5 million. The church's world-
wide membership is about 12 mil-
lion.
Since 1830 more than 120 million
copies of the Book of Mormon have
been produced, which includes
versions in 104 languages. In 2003
more than 4.6 million copies of the
book were distributed, church
records show


either.
"But as missionaries we are
seeking those who truly will
believe those teachings of the
church," Fames said. "Those
are who we seek as converts."
However cold the recep-
tion, missionaries are obliged
to spread the word, said Ken-
neth Hutchins, the leader of
the regional missionary
group.
"We remind our missionar-
ies that they are representing
our Savior, not their own
egos," Hutchins said. "They
are Christian missionaries,
and not to be combative. I
often stand in awe of their
restraint."

Plant City's Mormon history
The Mormon tradition in
the Plant City area began
about 1938. Joyce Layton, who
was born in 1930, remembers
attending the church in
Tampa when she was a child.
It was her mother, Fannie
Esther Keene, who opened
her home at Nesmith and
Trapnell roads for the wor-
shipers in the new Plant City
ward.
"I was baptized into the
church in mymother's home,"
Layton said. "My uncle,
Nathan Keene, was the first
bishop of the ward. My broth-
ers and sisters and I moved
benches and chairs into the
living room and dining room
in order to give about 35 or 40
people room to sit."
Around 1942, the members
of the ward bought what was
then the old Free Will Baptist
Church and worshiped there
until they moved the church
to the Springhead Elementary
schoolhouse about 1952. They
settled in the present location
on Park Road about 1960, Lay-
ton said.
Today the local ward boasts
440 members with about 170
families represented.
To Peck, while Plant City is
a small town, geographically
the ward is huge.
"A similarly sized ward in
Utah might only cover an area
of two square blocks," Peck
said. "Everyone knows every-
one. We are neighbors. It isn't
the same in Plant City. People
come from miles around to
attend church services. And
yet they take the time to know
one another. They work at it. I
have learned to appreciate
them."
J. Todd Nelson and Jona-
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Nane, PawPaw Poppy, Granny,
Uncle Bo Bo, Aunt Kathy,
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Dear Caroline,
The E.ans fanul, may not be r:,'aalt. but i certainly think \ou are. A father could not be more proud of his
daughter than I am of \ou You hate been nothing but a .1o\ and an honor since that early June afternoon
when Sou v.ere born
There hate heen so man\ fun limes in the Paddocks.. .ith Brow nie., rip.s to the malL Disco.ery Cove,
Gator eames. and too man\ other happ. thoughts to list And nov. you are almost off on .our ow.n toTHE
Uniserat.y of Flonda. A- ou ell kno'., that also make' me tern. er proud.
Your achievements are unbelievable The:, include a four-wear letter winner on the Raiders girls' swim
team., captain your senior Near. and ,nner of the George Holbrook A.ard for overall outitanding success
athlenically. academically, and ,s- a per:.on You .ere Plant CitN High'- 2004 female nominee Ibr Wendy's
High School Heitman You have been President of Ci mnettes. Recording Secretary of the Student Council,
Senior Class Reponer. and a member of Best Buddies and Youth ALve. You were Nlarch's Senior of the
Month. and in Prom Court You are in the National Honor Society, and will graduate as. ant Honor Graduate.
HoA .,ou managed all that. a fev. other acri ties. and .worked 15 hours a week at Fred's Market is truly
amazing You ended up v.ith a great GPA, and .oared past my SAT score. I honestly don't kno. how you
ha.e done it all
You are blessed .ith man,. man frnends People real!i enjoy being around you Do ,ou knov. that there
are a number of ones about Caroline' I am sure the% all had you in mind when the 'ong-, ere written.
Neil Diamond has a sone titled Ster Ci-lohtne Sa.age Garden has a song titled .hinnattuin that contains
the Irntc-s "I think ,sour mosi attractive feature, arc \sur heart and soul." That is you. even though you have
become an absolutely bejuttful youngg ..oman E.en Outkasi in Roses, .sines "Caroline' Carlihne' All the
gu.js uld sai she's umghty fine" And there are the two that tug at my heart .hene.er I hear them. But-
terflt Kiss'es tatn-. ith- *"There's tio things I kno, for sure. She was sent here from hea.en. and she's
d:dd';, little girl "i n God Mus HJi've Spent a Litic More Tune on You. these lrincs are certainly you. "In
all of creation. all things great and small ,Nou are the one that surpasses them all. more prectious than any
diamond or pearl the\ broke the mold A hen .\ou came in this world."
I cannot imagine being a luckier dad. You. Chnsi-pher. Chase. and Cante all make me ver., '.er happy and
proud I do nor deserve to b. so fortunate but thank you mery much.
Thing. hate not always been perfect, and they never will be. Obstacles appear and events happen that we
deal i.th, and grow f[rm. Thai is part of living and learning. So far. you have done '.ery '.ell I know you
will continue that way. Please remember that I am always here for you. thJi r onc 't. ithe hc-t thirivi about
being a dad with a daughter like you
Thanks for being you. and thanks for having me as your dad You v.ill d- great. and I l.-,-k lorv.ard ti seeing
your life unfold. I will always be your biggest fan

Lots of love always.

Dad


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10. tf$ECPPWff t, MAY 19, 0OAQQ


ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover 5. Dover Rd & Downing St.
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 r. Laura St.
"52' 389
Mount Olive: 1113 f. Madison St
Mount Olire: Horton Rd.
'3"-2628
APOSTOLIC
.Isamblea .postolica:
1501 Colson Rd. '3"-3496
.Apostolic Church
of esus Christ:
1212 W. Reynolds, -1"-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 & Pettle Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-
Polk County Line, 752-0532
Faith lighthouse:
3409 5R .9 N.Y "52-1885
First Plant (itt:
Charlie Griffin Rd.
9 of SR 39 S. '52-3351
fort .lafla: Corner of South Hwy. 39
& Suille Rd. "3"-4656
KeIsrllle: SR 60. "3"-4803
Mount lion:
li at Thonolosassa Rd. 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey (reek Rd, "3'-3529
1 ltory Wlorship Center:
County line Rd. "54-6089
Srdner: Srdner Rd. 1/10 mi. E
ofSyvdne.'-Doter Rd. 659-0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey (reek Rd. '54-5372
BAPTIST
.lhara: Turkev (reek Rd.
A. of R 60. 43'-3"39
Alafia Baptist:
222 11afia (burch Rd. 634-8845
.Antioch: HIorton Rd. "3'-3240
Berea. SR 39 5. "."- 1232
Bethanr. Cork Rd. "52-9209
Bethel. 804 U. Renfro St.
"54-2239
Beulah: .Illen & Count; line Rd,
ithbia., "3'-112
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
"52-28"5
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 5'4., "52-3782
Calrary free Will-
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: I. Kevsville Rd,
'3"- 1234
Central of Lthiba:
Pinecrest & Kesrville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. .Asobrook. 52-3740
Community Christian:
1310 A. Shannon Are, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S. Pinecrest,
"3".-1211
Dover fastside: Countryside Baptist
Church. 2820 Gallagher. 571-8200
Dover First: A. Gallagber Rd,
659-0203
Easlside: 1318 F. Calhoun St,
75.-2681
East Thbonotosassa: Mcntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitire:
808 W. washigton St. "54-6661
First Baptist nc- aof Midway:
Midway RdA '52-"209
First Baptist lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
litbia-Pinecrest Rd. 73'-1121
First Plant City:
503 A. Palmer. 752-4104


To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Natasha Davis at 8


first Thonotosassa Ifissionar,'
Mclntosh Rd. 986-4"56
lHarmony Baptist Church:
6008 tt. Knights Griffin Rd.
986-"165
Hopeuell: SR39 5. "3'-3053
knights: Paul Buchlman lunt,.
".52-49"2
lebanon: Branch forbes Rd,
"52-2006
lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
"51-52"8
Mount Moriah free ill:
Warren & Johnson t1. "54-439"
Mount Moriah freeuill:
2042 Colson Rd. "3"-1;90
Mount Olive: 604V IW. Ball St.
"54-3831
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Danlels 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
ShilobhBaptist 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 5.R. 601.. "3"-3668
,5t. ,larys Community Church:
90" [. Laura St.
'5-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd. 659-1502
Turker Creek Communitr
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W Granfield Ave,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
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
Springhead& Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian
McdntoshRd, Nof SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E.Laura St
CHURCH OFGOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Communiy
5209 Smith-Ryats Rd
Dover Downing St, 659-2900


Plant City: 2103 sludlake Rd.
"52-4591
furkes Creek: Furket (reek Rd
at SR 60. "3"-1331
Fhonotosassa:
1"02 V. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
iAnderson, Indiana)
Aingsua' first: 2808 Kinswar AN.,
Seffner. 65"-"500
Plant ilr: Grace Fellowship
'13.4lsobrook St. 361-8190
first: A. Gordon and Baker St.
"52-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
41len & Haines Si
EPISCOPAL
St. Peters: 301 %. Carev' St.
752-5061
HOULINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 I.: Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our lord:
"28 IL Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd., '"-3843
Restoration .Issemblr:
106 S. Evers St.
Frangellsts for Jesus Tabernacle:
SR t5"'. E. of Doter. 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Grorwth (enter:
1310 A. Shannon. "19-2909
(orenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Fomlin St. "54-1133
Deeper lift Fellowship:
Cotilla Rd. 9 of 5R 39 \.
Revtial Outreach Center:
225 N. Doter Rd. 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 .. ,laryland Ie., "52-33.5
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of esus 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. US.92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian
Orthodox Church:
3820 Moores Lake Rd,
Dover, 659-0123


Trinity United

Methodist Church
023 English St., Plain City
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Sunday Worship ar 10 -am
Inspiring ,Music
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Powerfid Bible Preaching
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God's Squad Youth Service
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DURANT
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former principal of Turkey Creek
Junior High School, at the top of the
class.
Tragically, Frost would not get to
serve beyond the start of the school's
second year. Frost died of complica-
tions from leukemia in 1997 at age 44.
"Everybody met in the courtyard,"
Smith said of that mournful day when
the students were told of their princi-
pal's passing. "We all just hugged each
other and cried and it was like a part of
you had died. He was like a father
figure to us, we knew him so well."
That memory burns eternal, as evi-
denced by the stories shared at the
Boggy Bottom celebration. It helps,
too, that more than 60 members of the
school's initial charter staff continue
to work at the school, and that a good
many of them showed up for the Friday
night celebration.
Art teacher Dianne Zink is one of
those charter members, and she's got a
list of reasons for why she continues to
work at Durant, even though she has a
tough commute.
"The people, the staff, the adminis-
tration, the kids, the parents, and I
drive from Carrollwood every day, so
you know there's something special
going on here," Zink said. "It doesn't
seem that long ago (that we opened).
Every day I pass the cemetery where
Mr. Frost is buried. I just look over and
say, 'Good morning.'"
Today, a school named in memory
of Frost and his wife, Sandra, is taking
shape on Falkenburg Road in the
Pavilion community. Sandra Frost was
the charter principal of Cimino Ele-
mentary School, and she died from
cancer last year.
The new school, under principal
Pam Locke, whose prior job was as the
principal of Alafia Elementary School,
will bear the mascot of two cougar
cubs -- one for Ron and one for Sandra.
Cougar is the mascot at both Cimino
and Durant, and all three schools will
share the school colors of blue and
gold.
"What a testimonial to both of
them," Zink said, tears welling in her
eyes.
Friday's celebration included the
talent of students, the friendly com-
petition of teachers in a softball game,
all the chicken and ribs you could eat
and the display of materials for a time
capsule to be reviewed by a future
generation of students.
Durant Principal Pamela Bowden
said the more than 300 teachers, stu-
dents, alumni and community mem-
bers in attendance were there to
celebrate "the dream that started
Durant High School and our part in
that dream."
The 10 years have gone by very
quickly, said guidance resource spe-
cialist Franci Dupre. "But the thing
that impresses me the most these 10
years is that everything Mr. Frost set in
motion has remained in motion and is


LINDA


Letter From The Past


The Dunrnt High School community is prepar-
ing a ntme capsule to be buriEd in commemoration
of the school's first 10 years of service In the
capsule will be a letter from founding principal
Ron Fr.-:!.t wrirTen in 1997 to. the school's fir.t
Graduating class

Dear seniors:
Since you know how much you
mean to me, I am sure that you
realize how difficult it is for me to
miss your graduation. I thought
there was nothing that could keep
me away from graduation. Your
graduation has been my dream for
the last two years. Regrettably,.
another dream has taken priority.
That dream is to live a long, happy
life with my family. In pursuit of
that dream, I will go to Houston,
Texas to receive treatment -o that I
may return to Durant to see other
classes graduate. AJthough there
will be other seniors at Durant.
there will never be another class
like you. We have worked, laughed
and cried together. You will be the
first class to graduate. You are tn.dy
number one and you are first in my
heart.
You are the standard-bearers at
Durant. You have made your mark


as important to every new face we get
as it was to those of us who were here
the first day Durant opened," Dupre
said. "And it all stems from really
believing that we need to treat these
kids as if they were our kids."
Frost opened the school with assis-
tant principals Eric Bergholm, Denny
Oest, Quincenia Bell and Sherrie Sikes,
who now is the director for Area 5


and are leaving a legacy of excel-
lence. The pace has been set for
future classes. I am so proud of all
your accomplishments, especially
your academic achievements. You
have established records which will
provide challenges for future
Durant seniors.
I leave at peace knowing that you
are left in good hands. The adminis-
tration and faculty are planning a
dignified graduation ceremony
which you will remember for years
to come. As you celebrate, remem-
ber those who have contributed to
your success. Your parents have
been instrumental in your success
and the success of Durant. Please
share this message with them so
they know how grateful I am for all
their support.
I would love to hear from you as
graduation approaches. Please
write if you have a chance. My wish
for you is that you always have the
courage to pursue your dreams.
Please pray that I am able to pursue
mine. You will always be remem-
bered as No. one.
Sincerely,
Ron Frost, principal


schools, including Alafia, Brooker,
Cimino, Kingswood, Mintz, Palm River
and Symmes elementary schools,
Burns and Rodgers middle schools aind
Bloomingdale and Riverview high
schools.
In further testament to Frost's abil-
ity to nurture future leaders, Berghold
now is the principal of Plant High
School, Oest the principal at Brandon


Durant
'- boasts a
large number
.. of employees
S who opened
r Mid the school in
1995 and still
remain. Some
of the more
than 60
charter year
members
were at
Lupton's
Boggy
Bottom
Ranch on
Friday to
celebrate the
school's
-t decade of
-- service.
CHION KENNEY/Staff photo
High School and Bell the principal of
Mulrennan Middle School.
Barbara Franques, the director of
Area 6-schools, including Newsome
and Plant City high schools, said she
was not surprised by the strong show-
ing of community support for the
Durant celebration, which required a
$20 ticket per person to pay for food
and the facility.
"Once again it's an example of the
Durant family," Franques said. "Ron
Frost formed a strong bond of family
and what an honor to him his legacy
lives on. Obviously, the students in
school now would not have been asso-
ciated with Ron Frost. It speaks vol-
umes to his powerful personality and
his passion for what he did that today's
students know his name."
Durant's motto is, "Where students
pursue their dreams," and its vision is
"to foster growth through the attain-
ment of knowledge in each Durant
High School student and to challenge
them to become a productive, respon-
sible citizen in pursuit of their
dreams."
Kris Beck and Rachel Quarles gradu-
ated from Durant in 2003.
"Everybody's like family here," Beck
said. "I came back and I felt like I
hadn't left at all."
"Everyone loves everyone," Quarles
said in giving her assessment of
Durant. "Everyone supports everyone
in everything. You never feel alone."
Drama teacher Ed Mason, a member
of the charter staff, said it doesn't feel
like 10 years have passed. His favorite
memory "is the day I walked into the
classroom that first day," he said.
"I care about my kids, everyone of
them," he added, giving great marks to
Ron Frost.
"He knew every kid's name," Mason
added. "He could walk up to every kid
and call them by name. That was how
special he was.


WEDDINGS

Johns-Fuqua
Daniel Fuqua and Lorraine Johns were
married March 24 at Whitefield Square in
Savannah, Ga.
The bride is the daughter of Fred Johns
and Irene Johns Maita of Plant City.
She is a 1994 graduate of Plant City High
School.
The groom is the son of David and
Sharon Fuqua of Mebane, N.C. He is a
1993 graduate of Alamance Christian
School of Graham, N.C.
Following their wedding trip, the couple
are at home in Graham.


Lorraine Johns and Daniel Fuqua.


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way during the session. More than once he
finished reading a voluminous bill just to have
a different version laid in front of him.
Glorioso said he was encouraged by how
lawmakers were often able to cross party lines
to come up with solutions.
"It doesn't make a difference whether we're
Republican or Democrat Many times we have
the same opinions," he said.
Glorioso said he will start immediately to
work on projects upcoming for the 2006 ses-
sion. Growth management will remain near
the top of the list, locally and throughout the
state.
"We have to work hard to prevent the ero-
sion of the infrastructure," Glorioso said. "I
saw some good things at the (recent) Plant City
commission meeting. There are good people
on that board. The cities, counties and states
need to work together to make development in
the state make sense."










DEATHS


Barrett
Charles S. Barrett, 50, of Plant City died May
9.
He was born in Greer, S.C., and was a long-
time resident of Florida.
He was a pastor of Plant City Four-Square
Church.
He is survived by his wife, Patrice; three
sons, Charlie, Jason and Anthony; a daughter,
Arielle; his parents, Perry and Georgia; three
brothers; and three sisters.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Davis
Raymond L. Davis, 61, of Lithia died May 4.


He was born in Henryetta, Okla., and came
here from Oklahoma in 1989.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran of the Vietnam
War. He was an electrician for Cargill Phos-
phate and a Baptist.
He is survived by two sons, Travis Davis of
Cornelia, Ga., and William Hendrix of Mul-
berry; a daughter, Michele Sommers of Mul-
berry; a brother, Shirl Davis of Henryetta; three
sisters, Ruth Peace of Minola, Texas, Frankie
Dale of Shreveport, La., and Thelma Atkins of
Tulsa, Okla.; and two grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Edwards
Pete Edwards, 81, of Thonotosassa died May
6.
He was born in Mississippi and came here 75
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A season of your life is coming to an end, and we're filled
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New opportunities await to unfold, and we look forward
with excitement to what God will do! What a joy it will be
to see what you will do with the incredible gifts
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You light up our lives as you always have. Thank you for
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Commissioner John Dicks questioned if
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"I am in favor of holding the lots at 75
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both densities proposed, will have on the
infrastructure as it now exists."
Commissioner Bill Dodson, the only
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Mayor Mike Sparkman,
who helped coordinate efforts
for the memorial, read from a
city proclamation that
described Griffin as "a man
who loved his family and his
community and served both
well."
Roy Opfer, president of
Boys & Girls Club Tampa Bay,
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fin is. featured so prominently.
in a club he helped to build.
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carry, on John's tradition,"
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.ofus." .- .
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couple. of photos of Griffin


standing and smiling among
groups of young club mem-
bers. Another is simply a shot
of the club's blue and white
van.
Despite tears that flowed
after the memorial's unveil-
ing, Nadine Griffin was able to
chuckle about the van, which
Griffin worked hard to obtain
so the club could transport its
members.
"That was the first thing he
was really proud of," she said.
"He kept that van better than
he kept his own car."
A few moments later, Grif-
fin smiled again when some-
one mentioned how the
memorial made her husband
.seem "larger than life."
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than Crosby are two of the latest of more than
30 members of the local Mormon Church to
serve as missionaries since 1969.
Nelson is serving in Monterey, Mexico.
Crosby, serving in Houston, is the son of Rob
Crosby, a State Farm Insurance agent, who
served as a missionary to a Spanish-speaking
ward in Anaheim, Calif., from 1972 through
1974.
"Working as a missionary in the church is a
great experience," Rob Crosby said. "When you
are young you often believe that the world
revolves around no one but yourself. Serving
for the good of other people is a humbling and
wonderful experience. Working among the
poor can quickly teach a young person how
well off we are here in the United States."
Crosby has two other sons who have served
as missionaries. The oldest, Jacob, served in
Salt Lake City, home of the Mormon's world
headquarters. Jared, his second son, served in
El Salvador for two years.
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said. "Jonathan has learned to speak Vietna-
mese, and is serving in a Vietnamese commu-
nity while in Houston."
Joshua has said he would like to work in the
missionary field when he finishes high school,
his father said.
Dealing with different cultures, customs and
traditions are often hard to grasp and
understand, Crosby said.
"It is part of the reward in serving to see other
people gain from our efforts," Crosby said. "If
we are working with the poor we encourage
them to continue their education, work hard
and improve their family's standards. Teaching
by example is a constant consideration."
Several other family names, such as Hebdon,
Frederick and Sheppard appear more than
once in the list of past and present missionar-
ies.
Peck said he appreciates the guidance he has
received from Fames.
Fames, although senior to Peck in experi-
ence in missionary work, has only been away
from home for about eight months, the last six
in Plant City. Both of the young men have the
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years ago.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II.
He was a millwright worker and a Baptist.
He is survived by a son, Greg of Thonoto-
sassa; a daughter, Patricia Keel of Austin, Texas;
two brothers, John H. and Danny, both of
Ocala; three sisters, Ruth Chesser of High
Springs, Dorothy of Dover and Margie Smith of
Thonotosassa; three grandchildren; and five
great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Futch
Johnny E. Futch, 70, of Bryceville, formerly of
Plant City, died May 1.
He was born in Wauchula and was an area
resident for 50 years.
He attended Trinity United Methodist
Church of Plant City.
He is survived by a brother, Richard of Fort
Pierce; a sister, Peggy of Bryceville; and many
nephews and nieces.
Haught Funeral Home.

Ludwig
Howard H. Ludwig, 89, of Plant City died
April 24.
He was born in Pittsburgh and came here
from Jackson, Mich., 22 years ago.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II
and a past master of Lodge 275 F&AM and
member of the Syria Shrine in Pittsburgh.
He was a sales manager in retail manufactur-
ing.


He is survived by his wife, Madonna; two
sons, James of Lansing, Mich., and John of Otis-
ville, Mich.; a sister, Margaret O'Neill of Pitts-
burgh; five grandchildren; and four
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Martin
Lillian L Martin, 90, of Plant City died April
30.
She was born in Thomasville, Ga., and was a
longtime resident of Plant City.
She was a homemaker and a member of
Lone Oak Baptist Church.
She is survived by three sons, John D. and
Kenneth F., both of Plant City, and Ronald of
Newton, Ala.; seven grandchildren; and eight
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Morris
Dorothy N. Morris, 79, of Plant City died May
1.
She was born in Lithia and was a longtime
resident of Plant City.
She was owner and operator of Dot's Beauty
Shop and a member of First Baptist Church of
Plant City.
She is survived by two sons, Kenny of Talla-
hassee and Charles; a brother, Aaron H. Camp-
bell Jr. of Plant City; and a sister, Alma C. Lewis
of Mulberry.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Root
Iza Mae Root, 92, of Lakeland died April 30.
She was born in Georgia and moved here
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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.

Mystery theater
The Friends of Bruton
Memorial Library will present
its annual mystery dinner the-
ater, "A Treacherous Ride on
the Midnight Train," May 20-
21 at Magic Moments, 2207
Mud Lake Road. Tickets are
$35 per person and includes
dinner and dessert.
Doors at 6:15 p.m., dinner at
6:30, curtain at 7:30.
Proceeds from the event
help fund improvements to
the library. Tickets can be pur-
chased at Sunshine State
Federal Savings and Loan or
Holiday Inn Express.
Call: Patricia Eifler, 341-
6618, or Hal Brewer, 752-4949.

TUESDAY
Safe Kids Night
Marshall Middle School, 18
S. Maryland Ave., will host a
Safe Kids Night on May 24 at 5:
30 p.m. in the school gym.
Plant City Police Depart-
ment will provide tips on child
safety and provide a display of
police cars.
Call: 757-9360.

Race relations study circle
Bruton Memorial Library,


302 McLendon St. will host a
"Race Relations Study Circle"
May 24 and June 14 from 7 to
8:45 p.m.
Call: 757-9215.

PLAN AHEAD
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.

Memorial Day service
The American Legion Post
26, 2207 W. Baker St., will host
a Memorial Day service May
30 at 11 a.m.
This is the annual event that
was formerly held at McCall
Park.
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"Elder Farnes has taught
me how to contact and teach
people who are interested in
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plan the day, eat healthy, work
hard and meet with people.
One important thing he has
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who leads the Plant City ward.
"Both of them will learn a
great deal as missionaries,"
Schmeichel said. "Everyone
will benefit from their
service."
Hutchins said the Mormons
have 154 young men and
women who are presently in
southwest Florida as visiting
missionaries.
The Tampa Mission, one of
338 in the world, covers the
area from Brooksville to
Naples and as far east as
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The Plant City Chapter No. 1931 United
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Collins St.
Women who can document that they are
direct descendants 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
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Classmates are asked to call Peggy Gibbs
with their current address and phone numbers.
Also, those with information on other class-
mates or who wish to find out more about the
event can call Gibbs at 754-1092.

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
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Park.
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from there in 1952.
She was a homemaker and a Baptist.
She is survived by a sister, Louise
Palmer of Pelham, Ga.; and several neph-
ews and nieces.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Schulte
Frank H. Schulte, 87, of Plant City died
April 30.
He was born in Plant City and was a
lifelong resident.
He was a butcher and of the Presby-
terian faith. He earned the Eagle Scout
distinction in the Boy Scouts of America.
He is survived by a son, Frank H. III;


two daughters, Dana D. Marchants of
Winston-Salem, N.C. and Vonell D.
Schulte of Crystal River; a sister, Ailine
"Pat" Burke of The Villages; 18 grandchil-
dren; and 20 great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Svenson
Joyce L. Svenson, 65, of Plant City died
May 3.
She was born in Andalusia, Ala., and
was a longtime resident of Plant City.
She retired after 18 years as a school
bus driver for Hillsborough County and
was a door greeter at Wal-Mart for seven
years.
She is survived by a son, Darren J. of
Plant City; two brothers, Royce Lambert
of Plant City and Edgar Lambert of Red


Level, Ala.; and two grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Turvey
Ernestine T. Turvey, 79, of Bartow died
April 21.
She was born in Gadsten County and
worked in food service.
She attended the Church of God.
She is survived by two sons, Billy
Bryant and Jerry Bryant, both of Plant
City; four daughters, Joyce Mitchell of
Brandon, Christine Hubbard of Tampa,
Carolyn A. McClain of Georgia, and Diana
S. Jones of Plant City; a brother, Ellis Har-
vell of Tampa; a sister, Elizabeth Craven
of Georgia; 13 grandchildren; nine great-
grandchildren; and many nephews and
nieces.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.


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The Women's Ministry of
the Emmanuel Seventh-day
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Maryland Ave., will conduct a
women's health workshop
May 20-22.
Wanda Hodgson, a medical
missionary and nutritionist,
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,"
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of the Mind," 11 a.m.; "God's
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p.m.; and "Every Disease
Begins in the Colon," Sunday
from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
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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
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Sydney Baptist Church, 1510
Cre Road, Dover.
Call: 659-1502.

Back-to-school party
Transforming Life Minis-
tries, 3805 Turkey Creek Road,
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24 at 11 a.m.
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SPORTS


ROBERT CONE/Staff photos
Above, Durant High School quarterback Chip Bowden and the Cougars' backfield get their plays
mixed up on a run that was supposed to go to the right side during spring practice Monday.
Bowden and the rest of the Cougars will play in the spring jamboree game against two-time
defending Class 4A champion Armwood Friday night at 6:30 at Raider Stadium in Plant City. The
Raiders will then take the field to face Newsome High School for two quarters of spring football.
Bowden and fellow baseball-football player Josh Fussell were recently named to the All-Western
Conference second team for their performances this baseball season. The Cougars lost by a run in
the first round of the region playoffs last week. At left, runners such as Dwayne Calloway, sprint-
ing out of the backfield in practice under the watchful eye of Durant offensive coordinator Chad
Lee, will try to pick up the production void left by the departure of senior running back Matt
Stwan.


Raiders, Cougars Prepare For Spring Football Jamboree


KICKS OFF FRIDAY, 6:30 P.M.

AT RAIDER STADIUM
ByDAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Their workhorses are both set to
graduate from school in a few weeks,
so the Plant City and Durant football
teams begin the "moving on" process
Friday night. Both teams are part of the
spring jamboree set to kick off at Raider
Stadium.
Durant will start by facing off with
two-time defending Class 4A champion
Armwood, then the Raiders will meet
Newsome in football for the first time
ever. Both sides will play two quarters
each, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The Cougars no longer have running


back Matt Stwan, and though Durant
will still be running the ball, head
coach Mike Gottman said quarterback
Chip Bowden will be called on to pass a
lot more during his senior season.
"We hope to mix it up and not be as
one-dimensional," Gottman said.
"That has been a goal this offseason for
us as a coaching staff."
Bowden was one of several Cougars
who were late to join spring football
practice because they were members
of the baseball team. Also coming back
to the gridiron late last week were Greg
Hicks, Mike Cannon and Josh Fussell.
All were still able to scrimmage on
Saturday. Bowden led the offense to a
touchdown on the opening drive.
Armwood finally graduated its three-
headed backfield, so the Cougars


aren't the only team looking for a new
runner. Gottman said that Mike
Baughman, Kevin Gainer and Dwayne
Calloway are among the candidates to
carry the ball wtih Stwan gone.
Adrian Mattice has shown promise
as a wide receiver a position the Cou-
gars have not really focused on during
Gottman's two-year tenure. Mostly,
the Durant wideouts were two-way
players or otherwise not called on to
catch many passes.
Plant City will be without Derrick
Hallback, who was good for 30 carries
per game, but Raiders head coach
Todd Long said quarterback Jason
Brown will run the ball more.
Brown certainly looked ready for
more ground duty Friday, rushing for
three touchdowns during a Raiders


scrimmage.
"We're going to get him more oppor-
tunities, but the tailbacks are still going
to get their share," Long said.
Long said he was very impressed
with the defensive line Friday, with
Ryan Miller leading the way.
Friday night's jamboree marks the'
end of the spring session, but Long will
be holding a football camp next month.
The event will run June 27-30 at the
Otis M. Andrews Sports Complex.
The camp is geared to teach the fun-
damentals of football to various age
levels. Ages 8 to 11 will go from 9 to
11:30 a.m. and 12- to 15-year-olds will
work out from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The cost is
$50.
For additional information, call the
school at 757-9370.


Cougars' Season Ends In Playoff Loss SPORTS SHOTS


NO. 1 SARASOTA UPSET
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneraLcom
Bo O'Dell, unfortunately for
the Durant baseball team,
lived up to his record. The Kis-
simmee Osceola pitcher was a
big reason why the Cougars
saw their season end last
Tuesday in the first round of
the Class 6A playoffs.
O'Dell shut the Cougars
down until the final inning
and survived a last-ditch Cou-
gars attempt to keep their
season going Tuesday, as the
Kowboys held on for a 4-3 vic-
tory in the Region 2 quarter-
final. The win improved
O'Dell's mark to a perfect 12-
0.
Durant finished with a 13-
13 record. Kissimmee Osceola
would go on to lose to Palm
Beach Gardens in the region
semifinal, but that was with-
out O'Dell on the mound. The
Kowboys decided to put him
up against the Cougars with


only three days rest, having
just pitched in the District 5
semifinals.
"He's a quality pitcher.
Really, we only hit two balls
hard against him," said Durant
head coach Ron Fussell. "Once
you get to playoff time you're
going to be going up against
some of the best out there. We
waited too late to get to him."
The 12 wins set a new record
in Osceola County.
CougarS starting pitcher
Carmine Giardina had an RBI
double in the fifth and then a
two-run homer into the wind
that made things interesting
in the top of the seventh.
After the homer, the Cou-
gars got two more runners on
but the game ended on a
double play. It was the second
time in a row that Osceola
made it through a seventh-
inning scare. In the 3-2 district
final win over Orlando Free-
dom, the Kowboys gave up
two runs in the seventh before
winning in eight innings.
What happened three days


later likely did not make
Durant feel any better. Sara-
sota, the No. 1 team in the
country with a perfect 28-0
record, was stunned in the
region finals by Palm Beach
Central, a team that has no
real superstars, has eight
losses and barely got past
mediocre Vero Beach in the
first round.
Durant could have,
therefore, had a chance at
advancing through the region
without going up against Sara-
sota. Instead, Palm Beach Gar-
dens and Central were to meet
on Tuesday night in the region
final.
"I was shocked when I saw
someone beat Sarasota,"
Fussell said.
The Cougars had two play-
ers named to the All-Western
Conference first team last
week, Giardina and shortstop
CaseyAlbanese, who is headed
to Louisville on a scholarship.
Albanese was unavailable for
the postseason due to a broken
arm.


Baseball camps
In cooperation with Hillbo-
rough County Parks, Recrea-
tion and Conservation
Department, Brandon High
School head baseball coach
Matt Stallbaumer, along with
University of South Florida
assistant coaches Brian Peters
and Greg Parris, former River-
view High School head coach
Zack Walker and varsity team
members, will hold four camps
from 8 a.m. to noon at Bran-
don High's fields.
Camps will be divided into
two age groups, 8 to 12 and 13
to 17.
Dates available include June
6-9, June 13-16, June 20-23
and June 27-30.
Cost is $100.
Call: Stallbaumer, 744-8120,
Ext. 496.

Fishing derby
The Southwest Florida
Water Management District
and Hillsborough County
Parks, Recreation and Conser-


vation Department will host a
fishing derbywith 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
Lancers coaches sought
The Plant City Lancers
soccer organization seeks
coaches for its under-9 boys
teams and its under-12 and
under-14 girls teams for the
2005-06 season.
Call Chris, 299-2449.

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

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Soccer Playoffs Kick Into High Gear


CATCH THE ACTION
AT OTIS ANDREWS
Staff Report
The Plant City Recreation and Parks
Department/Optimist Youth Soccer playoffs
began Monday night with the first of what will
be a large number of games played out in the
next two weeks.
Both the under-10 and under-12 boys play-
offs began Monday, with two more age groups
set to start their postseasons Tuesday and the
rest underway tonight.
There are no playoffs in the under-6 and
under-8 leagues. The under-8 teams concluded
their seasons Saturday with two teams ending
with perfect 7-0 marks to share the National
Division crown. The Meadowlarks and Con-
dors, which did not play each other, both
scored more than 40 goals (only the third-place
Falcons were close to 30 goals among the other
eight division teams) and allowed less than two
per game.
Antonio Ramirez had four goals as the
Meadowlarks beat the Bob O'Links, 6-2, and
Juan Nolasco scored three times with Luis Bus-
tamenta adding two goals for the Condors in a
6-3 win over the Martins Saturday.
All of the action takes place, at Otis M.
Andrews Sports Complex.
The Falcons and Hawks, which had the next
two best records in the American Division, fit-
tingly finished up their years with a 4-4 tie Sat-
urday. Alexis Lamas had all of the Falcons'
tallies and Melvin Gullen scored three times
for the Hawks.
In the American Division, the Cardinals (5-
0-2) and Owls (6-1) ended up tied for first with


the Mallards and Ducks just a nose behind at
5-1-1. The Mallards prevented the Cardinals
from the outright title by tying them in a
thriller, 6-6; BenAvir Espinal had four goals for
the Cardinals and Travis Rainey scored five
times for the Mallards. The Owls edged past
the Robins 5-4 thanks to five scores from Carlos
Nolasco Jr.
With their 2-1 win over the Geese, the Ducks
grabbed a share of third place in the 10-team
division.
There was one upset Monday in the under-
10 tournament, with the Bandits getting their
second win of the year, 2-1, over the Cyclones.
Abimael Albiter had both scores for the Ban-
dits, who play American Division champ Raid-
ers (7-0) tonight at 7:15. The other quarterfinal
in that half of the U10 bracket will pit the 6-1
Flames against the Leopards, which edged the
Rowdies, 2-1, Monday. The Flames won their
opener, 7-1, with Julio Medina scoring three
goals and James Orso notching two.
In the bottom half of the draw, the National
Division-leading Lions received a first-round
bye and will play the Cosmos tonight at 6. Evan
Storie had two goals as the Cosmos got by the
Celtics, 2-1, in the first round. Also, the Bob-
cats, which had a hat trick apiece from Ivin
Arias and Andrew Hernandez in improving to
6-1-1 Monday, face the Rampage, which got a
hat trick of their own from Sebando Aguilar in
the first round.
The Galaxy, 7-0 through the under-12
regular season, begins playoff action tonight
against the Flash, which dropped the Mutiny,
4-2. The Rapids (6-1) play the Crew, the Met-
rostars (5-2) take on the Revolution and the
Cougars face the Fire in the other U12 quarter-
finals. Monday's tightest game saw the
Revolution get past the Wizards, 6-5.


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amphetamine labs springing
up on the east and south side
of the county. Robinson
organized a surveillance
effort and made a quick
arrest in the case. He contin-
ued to pass on information
to street officers who were
able to make two additional
arrests.
Robinson was also the
case agent on a recent
embezzlement case involv-
ing the East Bay Little
League. After being con-
fronted with evidence, the
league's president admitted
to embezzling more than
$20,000. The case has not
gone to trial.
"Our award recipient, hav-
ing been raised in Plant City,
knows how prestigious this
award is," Gee said as he
introduced Robinson, whose
career in law enforcement
began at the sheriffs office
in July 1995.
He worked as a patrol dep-
uty for two years, "constantly
exemplifying his dedication
and work ethic," Gee said.
He was then reassigned as a
DUI deputy specializing in
DUI cases in eastern Hills-
borough County. Next, he
went to the street crimes
unit, where he concentrated
on street crimes, primarily
on the east side of the
county. He was assigned to


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the investigation of people
crimes late last year.
Robinson attended Jack-
son Elementary, Tomlin Jun-
ior High School, and
graduated from Plant City
High School in 1989.
The East Hillsborough
Law Enforcement Apprecia-
tion Association has honored
members of law enforce-
ment since 1962. It was
started after Sgt. Ben Wilder
and Deputy Perry Young of
the Hillsborough County
Sheriffs Office were shot
while investigating a domes-
tic disturbance in rural-Plant
City. Wilder was killed and
Young was severely injured.
A group of East Hills-
borough businessmen,
including John Pollock,
Wiley Gillespie, Foy Lee, Carl
Shumacher and Percy
Wheeler Jr., decided to hold
an appreciation dinner for
all local law enforcement
officers. Young and Wilder
were named as award recipi-
ents that year.
Gee voiced his recognition
of the unusual character of
the event.
"In all of my experience, I
have never seen a commu-
nity that supports its law
enforcement like those of
you in eastern Hillsborough
County do," Gee said. "I have
heard Mayor Mike Sparkman
comment before that it is
events like these which make
Plant City a community, and
not just another town."


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0O
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOI
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
FLORIDA
Case No: 05-DR-8208
Division R
Tracy L Falkenberg,
Petitioner
and
Martin L. Falkenbery
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOF
DISSOLUTION OF MAR
RIAGE
TO: MARTIN L. FALKEN
BERG, address unknown
.YOU ARE NOTIFIED that ar
action has been filet
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
Sthe original with the clerk
ofthis Courtat302 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
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F Dated: 5-2-05
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: ELLEN P. NEUBAUM
Deputy Clerk
NO:9264 5/5;12;19;26.2005
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA
Case #BOA-2005-10
. IN RE:
The Petition of Bay Area
Remodelers
Public Notice is hereby giv-
en thatthe Board ofAd'ust-
ment of the City of Plant
SCity, Florida, will hold a
public hearing on Tuesday
aMay 24,2005,at 1:30 P.M. at
the Nettie Berry Draughon
Municipal Building in the
council room auditorium
located at 302 West Reyn-
olds Street, Plant City Flor-
ida The purpose of this
hearing isto hear an appeal
Iby Bay Area Remodelers,
erepsenting Janet Tindel,
requesting a variance from
the Plant City Code, Sec-
tion 102-227 (c) (2), to al-
low petitioner to build an
acrylic sunroom, with a
23.7' rear-yard setback a
variance of 6.3 feet. The
property is located at 1303
Bracewell Dr., in an R-1A,
Single-Family Dwelling
zoning district All persons
are advised that if a person
decides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Board of
Adjustment with respect to
any matter which is consid-
ered at such meeting, he
will need a record of the
proceeding, and for such
purpose he may need to en-
sure that a verbatim record
of the proceeding is made,
which record includes the
testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to
be based.
Julie Ham
Planner
N0O9402 5/19/2005
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BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
CITY OF PLANT CITY, CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA FLORIDA
Case #BOA-2005-09 Case #BOA-2005-08
IN RE: IN RE:
The Petition of Central The Petition of S & J Home
Dev., LLC Builders
Public Notice is hereby giv- Public Notice is hereby giv-
en that the Board of Adjust- en that the Board of Adjust-
ment of the City of Plant ment of the City of Plant
City, Florida, will hold City, Florida, will hold a
public hearing on Tuesday public hearing on Tuesdayt
May 24,2005 at1:30PM. a May 24,2005 at 1:30 P.M. at
the Nettie Berry Draughon the Nettie Berry Draughon
Municipal Building in the Municipal Building in the
council room auditorium councilroom auditorium
located at 302 West Reyn- located at 302 West Reyn-
olds Street, Plant City, For- olds Street, Plant City, For-
ida The purpose of this ida The purpose of this
earn is to hear an appeal hearing isto earan appeal
by Paul Taylr, represent- by John Cordell represent-
ing Central Dev. LC re- ing S&J Home Builders, re-
questing a variance from questing a variance from
the Plant City Code, Sec- the Plant City Code, Sec-
tion 102-1775 (a) (1), to al- tion 102-357, to allow peti-
low petitioner to install a tioner lessersetbacks.The
sign, two feet from the properties are located at
ropertyine, a variance of 103,107,307 Citrus Landing
three feetTe property is Dr., and 1407 Oranie Moss
cate at 3011-A Jm Red- Ct., in an R-2, MuIe-Family
man Pkwy,.in a Hills. Co. P- Dwelling zoning district All
D zoning district. All per- persons are advised that if i
sons advised that if a a person decides to appeal
person decides to appeal any decision made by the
any decision made by the Board of Adjustment with
Board of Adjustment with respect to any matter
respect to any matter whichisconsideredatsuch
whichisconsideredatsuch meeting he will need a re- I
meeting he will need a re- cord of the proceeding, and
cordoftheproceeding, and for such purpose he may
for such purpose he may need to ensure that a ver- G
need to ensure that a ver- batim record of the pro- I
batim record of the pro- ceeding is made, whichre-
ceeding is made, which re- cord includes the testimo-
cord includes the testimo- ny and evidence upon
ny and evidence upon which the appeal is to be \
which the appeal is to be based.
based.
Julie Ham
Julie Ham Planner
Planner N
NO;9405 5/19/2005 NO;9403 5/19/2005
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client, effective, economi- TFLORA
cal& user-friendly infor- LIDA i
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en thatthe Board of Adjust-
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City Florida, will hold a o
Spot Advertising Works public hearing on Tuesday, P
May24,2005, atl:30PM.at R
the Nettie Berry Draughon C
CMunicipal Building ing the
located at 302 West Reyn-
polds Streetg, Plant City Flor-
ida The purpose of this
reading istohear an appeal
ofy the PoliceDepartment,
requesting a variance from
the Plant City Code, Sec-
tion 102-1778, to allow peti-
tioner second sign atthe
-E PU perimeter of an Industrial
Park Subdivision. The
poverty is located at 2400
illamette Drive, in a C-U,
Community Unit zoning
district All persons are ad-
js tIe Bay area S vised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci- A
sion made by te Board ofr
sAdjustm.ent respect to
any materwnich is.consid-
ered at such meeting he
will need a record of0the
proceeding, and for such BI
purpose he may need to en-
sure that a verflatimrecord 4
of.the proceeding is made,
which record includes the
testimony and evidence
upon whichethe appealjis to B
be based.
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NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with thepgr
visions of Florida law, thor
being due and unpaid
charges for which the ur
designed is entitled to sar
isfy an owner's lien of th
goods hereinafter de
scribed and stored at Uncl
Bob's Self Storage locate
at: 1005 S. Alexander St
Plant City, Florida 33563
813-759-9526. And, due no
twice having been given, t
the owner of said property
and all parties known t
claim an interest therein
and the time specified ii
such notice for payment o
such having expired, the
goods will be sold at public
auction at the above state
address to the highest bid
der or otherwise dispose
of on Wednesday, June 8
2005 at 9:30am.
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goods, tools, appliances
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stereo equipment
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appliances.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby given that
sale will be held on Tues-
day, May 31,2005,10am at
EFFNER SELF STORAGE,
490 E. Dr. M.L KING Blvd.,
Seffner, FL 33584 to satisfy
ien.
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Management reserves she
ightto refuse any bie.
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sale.
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fast nook. Great Loc. FSBO. 813-672-1815
$170,000 b 813-926-5562 Riverview Pavillions,
ClubHouse of Palma Ceia 4br,3ba,2cg, IS lanai,
Condo across from Pal- fenced, formal DR. New
ma Ceia Ctry club, elem middle school,
2540sf, 3br 2b $450K. 1800sf tile throughout,
ByapptonNo Rltrs $225,960.813-664-9751
Debbie 813-229-0874 Riverview/South Cove
&MUST SEE! Won't Last!
o 4Br3'/zba,2511ac sf
SAll Applinc, Bit 2004
S d Backs to Pond, uiet
ekrSE e $284,900 i 813-672-0593
llliT l .) Sun City Center 2 mos
H' s rollu new. Gorgeous 2br,2ba,
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HYDE PARK Area, Luxury crest Condo, 2r/2bar
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$469,000 813-967-2786 gar 3 level with Ig
SeCKS, wo rkshop, storm
South Tampahome for rm, dockw/t, sailboat
sale, 4br, 2.ba, hard- water room for pool.
wood foors, new kitch- $785I. Owner/Brkr
en, screened porch, 727-415-5331
oversized garage.
Mitchell, Wison, Plant BC Cis
Licensed RE Broker .. ...
813-254-5624 390-4483 WATERFRONT
11021 Northwest | ,on2ac esm
CARROLLWOOD 352-302-8225
4936 Hi Vista. 1700sf
3br2ba marble w0oodZ 116W IPolk
tile floors. u e-d kitchen
top. corner o $186.900- LAKELANDNewly Remod.
813-391-0432 eled, 4br Iba, 135psl,
FOREST HILLS 3/2 + den, Family Oriented Neigh.
fenced, large shed. MUST SEE! $97,000
Ownerhelp/ciosing,low Owner Assisted Financ-
aown. $142,000. ing 3109 Strawlberry Ln
9325 North Dartmouth 1-800-391-2119
8-26M9-0158,920-0246 1123 Townhous ies

1031 New Tanpa BRANDON, SOUTH 3br
Sw Tam 2ba I story townhome
lIre FOREST 3br 2ba adult coimm $200K. 131d
LAKE FORET, br Big Pine Dr. Pine Grove
2cg &. y Lot Reserve. 813-404-0246
5FKcedD k or813-295-5050
$249900813-335-4388 CITRUS PARK 3/2/2 TH
4908 Lake Forest Dr. buit 2003 $210,000
check out Homes-
ALUTZ 2600sf, 4br,2ba + yOwner.co m/91159
den NEWmarektch- buyer act ok (813)
en wd & tileflogrs car- 143(13
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14 & 16 Wides New 05's
Low as $24,900
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More Sq. Feet for the $$
Banks-(863) 688-4635
Lakelana Near 14.J 98
Mobile
155 Homes In
I Parks
County Linre Rd 93 S.hir,'e
14.52. 2BR 2BA. CH A
sTn porch carport, appi
$17.000 813-655 2
LKLD 2br 2ba MH ln 55
pi', furnished in c W D,
FI screen roBomz. $12K1
lurn or $11K unlurn.
PETS OK. 863-682-1663
THONOTOSASSA 95 Terry
w/add on room, 2/2
storage & carport. 55 &
over park w/pool & hot
tub $15000 813-789-5318
(813) 986-3824
S Mobile
1651 Homes With I
Property

DOVER
3/4 ac, 2 mobile homes
3bdrm 2bath each. Well
& septic. $89,000. Call
813-431-0819
Turkey Creek Area, 1990
DW, Homes of Merit,
3br/2ba w/l'/z acres
$125,000. Call
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180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

l1nR nOfc Space
18UB Lease I
Beall Shoals at Boyette
FishHawk ayea. General
office-medical offices.
New Building. From
1000.4000 SF.
813.985 789: 731-8200
KENNEDY- DALE MABRV
Unique 2-story. loft-
tyle 1000sf ollice
space includess garbage
&i Waier. $1350 mo
Laies. 813353.2220
LUTZ/LOL AREA
cn SR 54. ,.000sf of prime
office space. I mile west
from SR 56 75.CALL
813.8104951
Offices lor Lease and
Flex,warehouse space
in Brandon or Tampa
let a Realtor find the
right space for you call
Melinoa Mosser Cent
21,McKay Reaty at
8l3-681.3ll8.ext 344.
Plant Cty, 1 blk from hos-
pital. 1804 W.Reynolds
1500 sf MOL retail ,cale/
office bldg w'of-SL
pkng lease req'd.
813-444-0674.4677-884M
PLANT CITY. Indusuial
Park Office Space lor-
lease 150 to 3000 sq f,
including Conference
Room &Break Room.
Starting ai $160. mo.
ContacftMathew Homer
813-865-1192. THE.
GEORGE W. LACKEY. CO
Ii C I-eta I
1ocSpace
SBeal Shoals at Boyette.
Fishnawk area. New
retail center, Fastest
growing area. From
OOO-.5000 S? Ft.
813-985-7899. 7318200
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Office/ Retail/Medical
813-728-4396
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180C Ioai 210 uses
Space Untumished
WATERS Ave, W. 1412, BRANDON 3br,2ba, 2cg
under constr. 2 story new carpet, new tile
retail/office bldg fenced yard, good
w/elevator. Exc for schools, quiet st.
mortgage broker, title $1175/mo incl lawn svc
co., Law er Dr., etc. No pets. 813-651-0302
Great rate. Rent now,
get 1mo. FREE. Read Brandon area, 5br, Lg.
0 da s. Now leasing. 2200f, 5 yrs new, fn
Cl ng.3 o ard close to 1-4, 1-75.
Call 1 493-3335 or Brdon YMCA. $1500/
,..'I.30I mo, 1st, last & sec. dep.
Commercial Pets o 813-655-9999
180H Industrial Citrus Park
Bldgs 3br,lba newly remodeled
home, ready now,
$950/mo. 14705 Spivey.
TAMPA-LUTZ Easy in
13 500sf whse 22 ht; 813-786-7667
$5,600/mo other stor- CLEARWATER 4BR, 3BA
age available Call Linda Dream House. $1,500
813-971-8686 per month + security
Deposit Visit the home
I Stores For between 2-7pm or call
1801 Lease 708-743-2277
CORK AREA Spotless 3BR
CONVENIENCE STORE CB w/CHA on nice
FOR LEASE. Altamonte fenced country lot.
Springs Area. No blue $950/mo i security.
sKys, etc. 800-801-8105 813-752-4235
Countray/Westchase
190 3/2 w'th lanai, garage,
190 FP $1150/mo. ioW.son
Waters until i ends
Commercial Prop. 11608 Hidden Hollow Ct,
Sale then call 813-493-5026
Fish Hawk Ranch 4BR 2ba,
S3car, exc home, 2200 11v,
0 Commercial a + schools, $1500 plus
I Sites Sale secur3232161

DESPERATE! MUST SELL! 813-654-1933
1/2 acre lot with 165' LAKE MAGDALENE 3br
frontage on Little Rd. 2ba, 2200sf of Luxury,
Poss. commn'I. or prof'l. Gated Vz ac, + Luxury
use. Near 52/Veterans Mother-in-law, A pli nc,
$99,900. (727) 501-2637 3 Min to 1-275 & Dale
Investment Mabry. 813-833-3083
190J Property LAND 0 LAKES, 24353
9J rSale i Twin Lake Dr. Clean
Sale 3br/2ba/2cg, on pond
huge scrn lanai, Pets OK.
POLK COUNTY. 21 $1145/mo 813-495-8924
apartment units. Mint www.seanyoder.com
condition & excellent lo- LUTZ 1BR
cation. A lot of positive LUTZ BR, 1BA, Kitchen
cash flow $1.2 million. Stove & Refrig, Living
863-528-1235. Room W/D, Small Pet
OK. $800/mo Incld. Wa-
200-249g ter & Electric.
813-948-0362
Rentals LUTZ-PascoSR 541700sf,
3bd 2ba hdwd floors,
pool, 2 cgar, fncd yard,
200 Rooms/Rent pets OK.Mins to Vets &
SUSF. $1,300/month. Call
PLANT CITY room for 813-355-6602
rent, in large house on
huge lot, $50 dep, 120 New Tampa, 4br 2ba
weekly incl Utilities,ev- sTogFL re ami home,
erything furnished. ReallF L real estate
Please Call813-737-4304 svcs. Avail June 1. Move
in & pay rent and
SApartmentsI utilities. 813-368-5326
2"" Unfurnished NEW TAMPA/Meadow Pt
I area, 3/2/2, on pond,
CHANNELSIDE LOFT new kitch/carpet, pets
1250sf, 2br, 1V/ba, 20ft OK. 1829 Tumbleweed Ct.
ceilfrch doors, balcony, $1145/mo mncl comm
wd firs, s/s apple, Floor to pool. 813 495-8924
ceiling windows. $1300 www.seanyoder.com
/mo. 13-229-1212 221 Palm Harbor/Ozona4br,
Hills & Nebraska. 1201 E. 2ba,6cg,ppenfloorplan,
MLK 2/1 CH&A, WD lawn maint/pestcontrol
hkups. 716 E. Humphrey incl. Just West of Pinel-
2/1, water garb d, sec las Trail. Available Mid-
ok. $400 dep. &$525 mo. June. 727-773-9091
8136150314,385-2298. PLant City, 1701 Gran-
Hyde Park Area 2br ba, field, 2br/lba, single
W/D, water incl, CHA, family, N PETS. $625.
pool view, 2nd fir end mo + deposit Call
unit. No Pets. 3102 Hora- 850-209-7614
tio #21. $1000/mo + RIVERVIEW 2 story, 3br,
dep. 813-625-7088 2ba House $1200mo Se-
Plant City-2 &3BR MH's & curit, Dep. & 1st month.
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am- Util ies, gated comm.
5pm MF813 754-6932 Adult3 MYoile-Home Pk
PLANT CITY', Historic 813-677-4778
downtown 2BR/2BA, RIVERVIEW3bd 2ba,2cg,
2nd floor 953 sq ft id new 1300sf house in
wIndows, new care, South Fork. All apple +
paint & appliances, se- W/D & cable $995/mo
cured bldg $667.00.mth Near 175.1st, last & dep.
plus utilities. CREDIT & 813-741-3431
BACKGROUND CHECK A RIVERVIEW/GIBSONTON
MUST.813-719-3700 SOUTH BAY LAKES NEW
TEMPLE TERRACE KB HOME /2/2TMye in
$99 Move in NOW. Cable TV incl,
with approved credit $995/mo. $1200/sec de-
Huge 2BR posit (732) 872-8033
floor plans RIVERVf)EW NEW CONST.
813-989-1610 Beautiful 4/2.5/3.2200+
Sq. Ft. home.
TOWNSGATE $1450/monthly + $1450
security. Avail. NOW!
APARTMENTS. Call Steve @
1&2BR'S 917-576-2730
754-2200lant City (917)576-2730
USF Areadhuge 1br con- RIVERVIEW, New Lake-
do, wash/dry, assigned front villa in Rivercrest,
parking, pool, tennis, beautiful lake scenery,
racquet ball, scrnd pa- upgrades through out,
tio water & sewer nncl aprl. Special
incl'd.813-503-1906. 1200 mo 407.71701
I Hou SOUTHH TAMPA quiet &
210 es safe neighborhood,
Unfurnished 3br,2ba, O0sf lg,
large fenced backyard,
APOLLO BEACH Lake Sin- CHA,W/D0.3404 S Oipar.
clair 3br, 2ba scrnd Call Bob for info
porch, FP, spirt plan 813-265-2484
beautiful sunsets, gated
comm. $12omo SPRING HILL/7 Hills
813-996-3447 417-5758 cBRAND N4bEW deed2
Arnesk/Bsch3BR/2BA, 1st, last & security,
CH&A, like new approx $,100/mo. Nopets.
1300SFbric, fence, ** 352-382-2787 *
new applW&D. $1100
n4l WPerio Place Temple Terrace Gor-
813-817-2300/929-6663 eoMediteranean3br
Bloomingdale, 1800sf, & updated, snortIong
new carpet, 3br,2ba, term lease. $2,000/mo
screened lanai, pnvacy Avail. June. University
fence, majorappis, 2cg, Rity 813-77-0079 #10
$13 3-6MO ep. Vae, 3br/2ba, CHA,
80-5-42 new carpet, all new
BRANDON 3 br 2!a. 2 car apple's, fenced d, easy
gar, w/pool and lawn access to 175 & Xtown.
service, all appis -+W/D, Nopets.51025molst&
fenced yd, no pets, last,dep 813 41
smokefre$1350no VALUOCO03br2balcg, cu-
dep. 813-33-5993 de-sac Built 2004
BRAiMO-3dnk,2bat, $1,250/mo1st month
Icgar aIl appL ic, free off w/S10W Sec Dep.
/lawn, Lak'ewood/ Avail June Ist.
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granitetop hwfla
1,650/mo. 13-679
South Tampa Condo, 2611
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14fh fi lbr/lba new
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24hr sec uard, pool.
$1275/mo, 813-728-0406
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Soho, lbr Iba, Covered
Parking, Pool, Security,
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New on Market.
$950/mo 813-205-0200
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NISHED. (727) 656-5907
TEMPLE TERRACE, 2br,
lba, end unit, carport,
atrium & courtyard,
W/D, Meadowood am-
men, $775/mo incl cable
& water. 813-623-2095
WESTSHORE Culbreath
Keys condo 2/1 water-
front pool, fitness ctr,
refurbished & applianc-
esgated, cvrdprkng.
$1250/mo 813-741-2409
1212AITownhouse
BRANDON, near Xpway
2/2.5, gated, 1500sf,
scrd prch, walk to
elementary school.
$1,150/mo inci. water &
cable. 813.651-1518
BRUCE B. Downs, Live
Oak Townhouse, 3/2/2,
nice and gated commu-
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$1450.561-635-3251.
Land 0 Lakes, 3br, 2.5ba,
lcg, 15 min from dntn,
renting under$1200/p r
m ontact Dennis
813-393-8164. Or Paul
267-481-2929
Land 0 Lakes, Stage-
coach new, 3br/ 2.Sba,
over 1500s, consv end
unit, gate d, pools, play-
ground 2 min to
175/SR6. Aval July.
$1075 813-477-6020
South Tampa-S. of Gndy
off W/S ore. New luxu-
ry townhome3br, /2
ba, 2100sf, 971s gar.
$1400mo 813-961-3504
or 813-949-0278
Wesley Chapel, New
Townhouse for rent,
close to 1-755 Oated
comm., pool, 1580 SF,
3BI, 2.5bath, garage,
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BR'S $120$140 weekly.
Some with utilities.
(813) 626-0820
Plant City-2 &3BRMH'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.D.mth Call 4
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Brandon 901 W. Brandon Blvd.
Land 0' Lakes 2133 Collier Pivy.
Lutz -17808 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Plant Gib, -102 Henry '. e
Plant Citv' 2313 Thono oassa Rd.


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Tampa -12105 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 7717 W. Hillsborough Ave.
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Tampa 2115 Hillsborough Ave., Unit B
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Tampa -16033 Tampa Palms Blvd., Suite 33
Valrico 2016 E. S.R. 60
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Attack, Stroke, Clot, or
Heart Surgery while
taking VIOXX,
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Your claim may be
worth $250,000+.
Call toll-free
1-877-833-0926
(24 hours)
French doors w/o frame,
93x65 $300. New Ford
tires & alum rims (4), 6
hole, P255-70R17 $500.4
Mirrors, 60x22 $100.
813-713-0414
Pool table, Red & BIk
w/chrome w/acess, 1 yr
old $1500. Dining rm
table, solid Oak, 5chrs
$75. Nautilus machine
150. Moving, must go!
813-310-8408
SWIMMING POOL- Above
ground, 12x24 Omni,
oval pcKg. Everything
incl Less than lyr$1200.
813-671-1165/323-2284.
Misc.
400A I Wanted

WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pa cash & pickup.
727-430-0906
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From 2000 Election:
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14101 Furniture 14101 Funiture |1410 | Furiture |


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 n pillow
plush mattw/15 yrwrty.
**TopQuality**
Can deliver 813-926-8507
it BED$215KING
A brand name orthopedic
inner spring pillowtop
mattress set New in
plastic w/wrt. Can
deliver. 813-477-9019
i& BED$300b
Memory Foam Mattress,
10", qn, develop, by NASA
as seen onTV. 20 yr.
warranty, new in plastic.
Can deliver. 813-477-9019
BED, Craftmatic twin
w/massage, ortho matt
2 spd remote control,
2002 $2700, sell $1500
813-985-5848
BED, Sealy pillowtop, KG.
matt, 2 box springs,
hdbrd & frame only 5
mos old, pd $1800, sell
$700 obo. 813-837-0821
it BEDSET$298
21" thick pillow top
Mattress Set 20 yr.
warranty. 100% Brand
new in plastic. Can
deliver. Call 813-477-9019


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up (813p757-6403 A Brand new maple set 281-0777
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WEED out your old lawn er813-643-1388 11900 N. Nebraska
mower with an ad in EntertainmentCtr 72-4242
class460! BEDROOM 1-o10pc Entertainment Ctrordish
All wood, cherry or oakMchenCreamcolordish-
WANTED: Ruinning King/Queen ightedw/bhevled lass washer, double oven,
Outboards, 2 HP.40 H,dKing/Queen oor accod odtes microwave elec cook-
casha8 6 4opprice wide top yrs eec ck-
cash paid! Top e Solid Mahogany, medfi to65" wide screen toe yrso re atcon-
e ish. All drawers Ame ri- 3200 NEVER dtion.813-97-1871
813-677-541 ovetal never used US sellor$150.Can Wat Ad
WE, BUY u still in box. Armoired Cot d. inc. 8d139 -
WEaBUY Can deliver cost $9,000 deliver.813-293-1743 wanb A2S
SAFES sell $3,900. Fine quality Furniture, Mom & Pops Applianc-
Opened or locked www.solidwood Electronics & Persian es,$75 & up, WD, Stove
Hillsborough Lock & Key bedroomcos.cm Rugs for every room. & efr. 10014 30th St.
813-935-5920 813-293-7621 Also Piano & saxophone. Free Delivery
SPAID for all types of --Moving. 813-615-0109 813-632-9620; 335-5788
jewelry & silver/goldaVA MR NOWE
merchandise. Watches. BEDROOM 1-6 PC ACUUM RAINBOW SE
Anything of value! Call All oak, complete set, all REE cellent cenion used
Sam 727/804-7463 drawers American Bed frame with pillow- cemmn citi
LOUIS VITTON, Coach Dovetail, never used, top queen mt ress and 873-907-17560
Prada, Hermes purses, still boxed. Cost $4K. box purchase war-
Any conditionTop Sacrifice $1495.Can raty.395.perse WASHER & DRYER,
pad.Must e authentic. deliver813-926-8507 B&Matching GE set 2 yrs
0 B & B OUTLET old, white pd $100, sell
Call 813-244-2357 BEDROOM 5 Pc Beautiful 115S.EVERSST $4ow bohe' 8103-24-6252
4011 Auctions 1 suit. $497 Complete. PLANTyCITY
4011 Auctions Wholesale to public. 813-759-8864
New in Boxes Can DIvr!
f813-643-13882' FURNITURE Are you tired WASHER & DRYER
AUCTIONofp oo BEDROOM SetCoploomuchCall Nce condition with war-
1at,1PM,Hwy39/McGee 4-Poster $100; Dining ture NOW! Wholesale to 813-626-3754
Rd, Plant City. Buy- rm Set Compl w/ china publicover20 years!
ers/Sellers Welcome. cab $1600; Curio cabinet 813-643-1388,n OR DRVYR
Cash Only: 813-763-1767 $800 all are Broyhill Fon- WASHER OR DRYER
or 813-96-1707 tana Roll top desk $600 $100 Great condition
AU1304 AB781 813-654-1507Mustsell! t FUTON$200 Candeliver w/warranty.
i BAedrom Si e Glo+ss Oak with extra thick Don 813-300-6714
w Antquers1 I Bedroom Set& Glossy mattress. Newuin boxes
402 c, accent w/glass, Can deliver. 813-477-902 9 WATER heaterelec 55
402 Collectibles I inc hdbrd, dresser ar- gallon, $100. Like New
moire, 2 end tables. IT 13-716-6051 or
BATH TUBbear claw, an- $500obo. 813-643-7478 FUTON 813-707-9211
tique $800. Bedroom Set, Pennsylva- Medium oak, honey fin-
We lBYo92,$ 8.Eish, 9 layer matt, new in Telephones/ I
813-899-6080 nia house 5 piece cher- box cost$625,sell$285 417 Pagers I
ry, 4 posterful& l sizepbed ,
CURIO CABINET $695813-932-3927. 13-293-1743 We bu old cell phones.
LIVING RM SET, sofa, love Nokia Motorola Samsung
Misc. Hummel's BEDROOM SET QUEEN seat, chr&ottoman&3 etc.2yrsold&up.
(813) 997-4626 Broyhill Bed, dresser tbis. beige lthr.Burdines 8139 -
w/mirror, tall dresser Gallery exc.cond.$1450 8139335UO
Spot Advertising Works and ngt stand $500 OBO, '7813 908-2980 Want Ads
Dining Set Italian, Fruit 885-50 ...o.o78o TALK CHEAP -.VID
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Taole carved Skirt SET LIVINGROOM SETS PHONE UNLIMITED
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0 chairs,$2,800 WrhouseFullMustSelll Wicker & Rattan, manyto www.51inx.net/gissmoe
Debbie 813-229-6874 Wicker& Rattan many to choose,813-76-15 (813) 741-0793
n choose. 813-8761566 wwwualtywcker.com 8 0793
uP r i g h t p l a y e r .' o . .8 o .A .r. 0s
Mahogany, exc condo. when ou ra iiL 41ied Condtone
Appr:n1K.Sell$7Kobo. BEDROOM solid wood ar- W iLO GOODBUld
813-831-3840 moire, night table, f-size L.
CARDHOUSES&MOR bed, pi' ow top mat- SS$100 A/C New in BOX
17CARDHOUSES&MORE tress. Clean design. 2 MATTRESS $100 CometeS Installed
over 1 30000lobAuto yrs old. $650.684-9055 A brand name, full or qn 2on et1695- Sstons$1795
tocd 30 B ED illowtop Mattress Set, 3ton$185'2Vzton
Robble Head nols BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR King $185 new in inns- 3ton$1895$3ton
(863)425-8584 Ortho-PEDICNasa tic wrth warranty Can $1995o*4ton$2095
401 J e Memory Foam M.attress. delivr. 813-477-9019 5 5ton $295
1406 1Jewelry AsonTVOYrWTY 5 yr warranty on all parts
cost $1699 sell $399, MATTRESSDRCOM UsedAC'sava. 2 lyrsexp
Sicost$1899 sell $499 Wholesale Showroom State Certified.
ROLEX BUY- SELL Can DeliverStatewide! 7924W. Hillsb. Best Lic CACO57499 Call Mike:
Service-Selection.Yates All Sizes Avail + P. Tops Prices.TEMPUR-PEDIC,
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale AIR&ADJUSTABLE@ Mem FoamAdjustables 8132353991
Mabry.813-253-2164. WHOLESALEPrices & Air.813-889-9020 AC/HEAT PUMP Systems
1407 I Diamonds I SWEDISHBEDDING.COM Clearance on aP y10-12
40 Diamonds 222seer split systems, new
Enlement Rink6Oct.F866-476-0289 ANYTIME! 3 sets, double sided pil- in box with factory
Ena en Rin,.60ct.F 86646 Tow top, with warranty. warranty @ wholesale
+clairty.Shape:rect Moi COUCH & love seat Never used. Can deliver. prices, sample: Split
rai, Prnce:s cut Go matching, cherry wood Kingset-325. 2ton $7263ton$825
Brill, Princess cutA GI coffee table 2 end ta- Queenset $275 4ton$1055,FreeDelivery
er White Gold. Aing bles, wrought iron glass Fullset-$240 352-302-2879
$i750.813-263-3444 top dining table w/4 813-293- 7621
I Stamps- chairs, cherry wood 2 -3 Preo Season Special! A/C
408 1\CSois Books glasstoptable l6-0678 16 Snew in box. 5 yr Fact
W Coins-Books g e -7 MEMORYFOAM Warrty, All Homes, Siz-
WEBUCONS!I f DAYBEDS$275 mattress $3. any sz es: M.Homes, 2-ton
Buying selling, trading! Complete with frame,2 727-447-495 $910 2Y2 -ton $960,- 3-
Over 6yrs exp. Buyi.n mattresses,trundle, al 813-612-5911 ton$1005.3V/z-ton$1070
Silver &Gold coins ee newrin3boxes.Ca Moving Sale Pr9o I 8134R3-%33
paytop $$. 813-792-2493 deliver. 813477-9019 Everything M'ust Go! Fur-453
or 727-455-6196 niture, households, and NEW **S/DENT
I2- 5* DAYBED* more. Call Cindy RECONDITIONED UNITS
1410 IFurniture I Complete w/pop-up 239-691-3083 You Deserve the Best
trundle & 2 twin matts. Prices Service & In-
BED$100 neverused, sacrifice POOLTABLE$12M50 stalls.WeDoitRi Te
A absolute amazing $2can del813-926-8507 4'xS ProSeries, solid REMINGTONAIR971-2206
SET.Newipllc .o_ rDININGt $450ais Bai UsedMobileHome&Cen-
w/warr.Candel870-0070 All Solid Oak, Hand Crvd and Claw feet, WortI5K. trail Systems. 2-5 tons.
Tablew/leaf&6Chrs. Lifetime warranty. $200 &up w/waraty.
BED $199 KING New/Boxes 813-643-1388 Can deliver& set-up. Can InstalL Repair work
Pillowtop set, new in Dini...Rn 813-477-9019 also. NTA CAC 1813656.
plasti w r. cn dl..Prov.ncialtab .6chrs. Sectional sofa, 6-pc $375 8
81 -33^145^ buffet $325. 2 pc hutch Glass top coffee & end
Memory Foam $380. $125. Ornate mirror $90 tables $275. HEAT PUMP
21" set w/warr. new in 52|r35" 813-75- 1o3 813-382-0644- with AC. New, still in box,
plastic, can deliver. i must sacrifice.
813-870-0070 DINING RM SET, Elegant i 727-204-3329
BEnDROM$799 .Thomas-svile furn. SOFA 2-piece Rrbb 72ET.-2

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Dining Rm set- Oak 9 pc,
Reclining sofa, loveseat
& chair, Oak exec desk,
dresser, nightstand, 2
twin beds. Moving Sale
813-907-6974
DINING RM SET, Vermont
maple, tbl, 3 leafs, cust
pads, 6 chrs, buffet
w/o en hutch top, exc.
cond $850.813-839-0867
Dining Set- Beautiful Pe-
can 6 chrs table opens
to 116"w/dblligthed
china cabinet, $2000 obo.
Call 813-948-4802
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DININGSETS
Wrtouse Full Must Sell!
Rattan & Wicker, Many to
choose, 813-876-1566
www.qaitywicke.com
DINING table 60X42
6 chairs, leaf walnut
formica top $100.
Call 813-659-4787
Dinning Room Set, white
lacquer, glass china
cabinet, 4 cars& table,
$700. Very good condi-
tion. 813-907-8486
DR table-Oriental, 6 chrs
$500,8x10 rice rug $100,
Desk w/htch top, yellow
/whtwash $300.Comptr
desk $40 813-907-3432
Enter. Center, 5-pc, Fossil
stone look, off White
w/bar holds 38" TV,
lighted. Orig $4K. Now
$800 obo 813-907-9539
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115S.EVERS ST
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
Moving Sale, upholstered
furniture, computer ar-
moire, bookcases, Pier 1
desk. Please call 813-
810-3100 before 9pm
813Moving! Lexington-TV
wall unit, 2 bdrms, 2 fam
rms, formal drm w/6
chairs, s/s frige 2 bar
stools. 813-805-2294
1416 1 Appliances
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50 up.
7604 Broadway626P7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washe-s, dry-
ers, stoves & re0 ..era-
tors. $79.5& up. ar-
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your deal 45 yrsexp
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
**APPLIANCES**
USED WITH WARRANTY
From $99*







32 THECOURWJ- MAY 19, 2005


I Musical
420 Instruments
AMERICAN STRATOCAS-
TER 2003, Triburst, rose-
wood neck, hard shell
case, perfect condition
$625 813-887-1011
BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
NEW USED VINTAGE
REPAIRS LESSONS
BUY-SELL-TRADE
LEGENDS -813-348-0688
FRENCH HORN by Holton.
Great for students and
in excellent condition
$600 (813) 689-6859

FRENCH HORN, King
double horn, model
2269, lacquer finish,
$1506 813-661-5169

PIANO Knabe Console
w/bench mahogany,
excellent condo tion,
$1200.727-525-7422.
PIANO SALE
Specials/Close Outs
Most Popular Brands
Incl. CD Player Grands
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Best Prices & Value
Call 813-855-1227
PIANOS, Yamahas, certi-
fied used, 10 yr wrty,
over200 to choose. Baby
Grands, C-3 $9000, C-2
$8000, C-1 $7000, U-3
studio $2500.
888-600-5188
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Guitars $150. Trumpets
Clarinets & Flutes $199
Del avail 813-655-6554
Low cost, expert repairs
424 Radio, TV, &
1 Stereo
55" HIGH DEFINITION Dig-
ital Wide screen 16x9
big screen TV, asking
$1000. Can deliver.
727-771-2665
Anthem 6 disk HDCD*
by Sonic Frontiers*
vac. tube,20 bit DAC*
remote,asnew inbox*
$995813-263-4436*
BIG SCREEN REPAIR
SERVICE CALLS
MARK ELECTRONICS
PLANT CITY
813-717-9700
813-416-4451
Big Screen Televisions,
46" $350.52" $450.
Good Condition
Warranty
Call 813-986-1229
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1411 Super Savers
ANTIQUE Penny ilI
Gunb all Machine. 10.
Free pix. 225-753-0205
DINING table 60X42
6 chairs, leaf formica top
$100. 813-659-4787
Futon Wood w/71/2"
queen mattress, exc
cond $250.719-8518
RTG Orbit Loft bed
w/computer processing
unit $95.719-8518
WHEEL chair ramp, Alu-
minum $150.
813-659-0377


4 Radio, TV,&
424 Stereo
Jesse Dollar Sales.New&
used merchandise
below wholesale. TVs,
stereos, Panasonic tele
phones, cell phones &
other household items.
Tuesday Saturday 9-7.
10018 N. 30th St., Tampa
33612. Across from Busch
Gardens. 813-975-2829.
1426 1 Photography
NIKON D2H
Digital Camera Body
box, manual, like new
$1,695 Call 813-962-8668
42 Medical
I428 Equip.
ABSOLUTELY NO c:i ito
you. New power wheel-
chairs and scooters. Call
us toll free 1/800-843-
9199 Day/Night to see if
you qualify
Am DJ Equip, Speakers
Wreess Mics, Lighting,
Best Rental Selection in
Bay Area. Ask about our
do it yourself DJ pkg
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. (813)855-0709
beamworksinc.com
PRIDE Sundancer Red
Scooter, 3 whi w/basket
& light & Harmar auto
lift $1,495 both obo
Cal813-877-3249
Class 584 is your ticket to
Boating Adventure!
Wheelchair-Elec Pronto
M-6,6 wheel, fresh bat-
teries, very gd cond 3.5
rs new $6500. Asking
$1750.727-393-9715
14n Office Equip.
430 & Furniture

Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Specialist. Commercial
Qlty. At wholesale pric-
es" EOF 813-877-9400
Business Phone Systems
New& Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voice mail.
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011
Cubicles- Steel case,
Herman Miller, Allisteel
and much more. 70% Off
Retail. 6x6 From $399.
EOF 13-877-9400
Files Files Filles
Commercial Grade & Qlty
5 Drawer Lat. Files $200
4 DrwrVert. $49 like new
EOF 813-877-9400
Haworth Unigroup
Workstations avail in
high & low. Excellent
condition. Also Used
Files, Seating, Cubicles
And More! Low Prices!
Call 727-647-1853
OFFICE FURNITURE
Desks, chairs, tele-
phones, inventory &
more! Call 813-689-5363
We Buy Office Furniture!!
Top Dollar Paid $$
Economy Office Furniture
813-877-9317
OFFICE MOVING- MUST
SELL!! Comp. equip, file
cabinets, copier, server,
ofc. supplies, commer-
cial shelving. Great
deals!! (813) 299-7222
41 Computers &
"3 Equipment

AMD $99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. New
systems starting at
$299.1031W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
AMD 2300+ New PC $299
256mb Memory. 80gb
Hard Drive CD-Burner
Network, USBs & more!
One Year PC Warranty.
ISORM: Mon-Sat 10 to 7
14918 North Florida Ave
(813)264-0408


i43 Computers &
431 Equipment
COMPUTER REPAIR $45
Flat rate, Not per hour"
1SORM: Mon-Sat 10 to 7.
14918 North Florida Ave
(813)264-0408
Co mputer Sys $299 & up
Monitors $59 & up
We Buy, Sell, Trade, Up-
grade & Repair all Com-
puter & Laptop types.
www.pc-tarnpa.com
813-639-0211
Lap Below Whole$ale
Dell, Comrpaq, Toshiba
Unlimited Wireless Net
New/Used. Starting $299
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
I432 Commercial
"432 Equipment

Carpet Cleaning Equip.
Portable unit w/internal
heater. Chemicals,
Tools & Access. $1100
obo.813-285-5481
CONVEYOR BELT SYSTEM
Gondola shelf commer-
cial refrigerators, icing
mach, pizza oven
more. 813-363-3046
COOLERS & FREEZERS,
FREE WITH CONDENS-
ERS LARGE HOOD WITH
ANSEL SYSTEM. YOU
REMOVE. 813.299.3673
HAND SINK food prep ta-
ble 3- Compartment
sink, refrigerator &
shaved ice machine &
more. Call 727-527-2644
43i Restaurant/
I1 Hotel Equip
COMMERCIAL Espresso
Machine, 2 Head Rancr-
lio Tecna Model
w/grinder. $2000.
Taylor Soft Serve Yogurt
mach. Model 754. $4000
Crathco Frozen Granita
Drink Machine (Dbl)
$1500 All in Great Condi-
tion! 813-404-0665
HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers Grills
Stoves, Pizza Ovens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
727-581-9293
HOT DOG Cart, Never
used, $1,500 obo.
813-732-9043

Ice Cream Machine -
Triple head, soft serve
Cappucino machine-i
flavor. Cash Register.
Call Bruce 813-767-3884
ICE MAKERS, Hoshizaki's,
1200lbs, w/ice bins.
$1500 obo & 2 unit @
16001bs ea, w/ice bins
$4000 obo 813-833-6918
MEAT CASES PRODUCE
CASES DEL1 CASES.
WALK-IN COOLERS. Calf
727-581-9293
Oven Doubledecker
grill, deep fryer, T-top, 4
burners show case,
fridge, small gyro ma-
chine, SS tables & more.
Make offer 813-787-6374
Store
435 Fixturese-
Equipment
KmartTampa
12701 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
IsClosing*
Everything must go!
Equipment available
includes, Gondolas,
Shelving units, Bailer,
Checkouts &
Merchandisers, Rolling
Planter Stands, Rolling
4 highs, Quads &
Rounders. Office
furniture including
desks, chairs &
file cabinets.
Visit store or call
Chuck 813-961-5544
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435 Fixtures -
Equipment
SHELVING, Steel, Indus-
trial. 18"x48"x99" &
24"x36"x87" 15 units
each 5 shelves per unit,
$50 each. 813-969-1000
4,4 Builder's i
4 Supplies |

1 1& 2 American Oak
Flooring Wholesale
from the Original Guy
who started in this sec-
tion. I buy flooring from
all over the world no
Middleman. I have more
products in stock than
anyone that will sell to
the public. Containers of
Wood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where the build-
ers & savvy buyers buy
flooring 1-813-918-2737
www.yeagerflooring.com
We also do expert Sand
& Finish work for your
worn out old looking
floor, Call us and we'll
come right over to mea-
sure and make plans to
fill your needs. Yeager's
Nobody beats our qual-
ity or service let alone
our price.
All Metals Roofing
Standing Seam, root
Rkg, Galvalume-Plus,
tnap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install Visa/MC
accepted. 813-224-9060
OVERSTUFFED?
Move some of that furni-
ture out of the living
room with a class 410 ad
CABINETS
Brand Names
KRAFTMAID, QUALrrITY
Wholesale Prices
Do It Yourself
Or We Design & Install
813-716-1966
CABINETS, Kraftmaid,
shipped direct to your
home, wholesale prices,
Lifetime warranty.
813-657-7778
FLOORING
Vertical Grain Bamboo
flooring, $2.59/sqft.
813-494-6544
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT
GARAGE DOOR, 10x10 roll
up, $300 ea, security
curtain, gondola shell ,
J acuzzi tub.
13-363-3046
Granite Custom Counter-
'tops: all sizes & colors.
High Quality, Great Ser-
vice, Low Prices.
727-741-5500
METAL Roofing & Siding
26ga-36" coverage as
low as $1.40/ft. www.ciof
florida.com Corrugated
Industries 800-545-4580

MEXICANTILE*
ALL SIZES
FINISHED and RAW
*813-884-6127 *
Plantation Shutters Fac-
tory Direct, $19.95/sf,
installed. We come to
you to measure and
show samples. 10 Days
from selection to instal-
lation. 25 year Warranty!
Financing Available.
V 813-918-2737M
1. Patio & Deck
441 I Supplies I

BRICK PAVERS
53 cents ea, Many colors
DoIt3Yourseflnfo
Paver Sealant Available
(813)968-6150 Sun Pavers
www.sunpavers.com
Concrete Pavers 2nds
from manufacturer
low price Brooksville
call Sonya at
1 352-799-7933 www.
flagstonepavers.com


1A4A Sheds &
Carport



I "" Lc I
24>24') $9.500
24,30<9 11.800
Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs, 36" door
&2 7x8 garage doors inst
Other sizes avail
813-788-3501 713-2333
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; Buildings/
Sheds from $1925. Al-
most Any Size Available
813-299-4790 681-5468
FLOORING
Prefinished oak, still in
boxes, 2308sf.@ $2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-318-9056
Tools I
WOOD LATHE, Craftman
Professional, 48" Lathe.
Paid $600. Sell $450 obo.
Rigid Table Saw no mo-
tor, $100.813-877-3315
.44 i Machinery &
"" Heavy Equip,

Forklift-2001 Toyota
electric w/ charger, 3
stage, like new.
$15,000 obo
813-871-9409

CLASSIFIED CAN!
Ready to graduate into a
new car? Classified can
give you the key! Our in-
ventory of choices are
updated everyday!
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc.
Rentals, New,Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
FORKLIFTS-Ringlift has
"As Is" to fully second.
Stop and see why we
give the best value in re-
cond. forklifts in the
state. Huge inventory.
1401 US Hwy. 301 N.Tpa.
Larry, 813-620-1337.
MILLING MACHINE Jet 16
& Atlas metal LATHE
$300 ea. Walker Turner
metal/wd DRILL PRESS
$100 813-230-7276
S450 Sporting
-5" Goods

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL
Pitching Machine. Up to
60 MPH Curves, Sliders.
$595. Baseball Batting
cage Nylon net. for
12x70' Cage. $460.
404-467-4313 1
Bushmaster N4A3 $949.
FN57, USG $899. Colt
goldcup $799. Keltec.32
.380. Para Ord. LDA
P12 $649 813-685-2612
Spot Advertising Works
CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class D, Class G
& Class G Requalification
813-643-1370 -245-2719
FOOS Ball table, high
quality; NOT a toy. $100.
BO. 813-759-8290
GUN SALE-NEW
9mm $120
45$159.99 38Sp $199
Gun Transfers $25
Sams 813.931.8498T a
Crown 788-2520 Zhills
GUN SHOW
ORLANDO
CENTRAL FLORIDA
FAIRGROUNDS
MAY 21-22
SAT 9-5 &SUN 10-5
FREE PARKING
floridagunshows.com
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.


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INN D X E Tampa- 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd.
Tampa- 4479 Gandy Blvd. Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market
America's Spenwwart0 Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy. Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave Seffner 725 N Grove Cir
Apollo eeach 6188 U S -l Tampa P 8438 N Armeriia Ave
Brandoin 1945 W LLiTderl Ave Tamp 7.51 FPalm River Rd
Brandron j B1lcm-,'! Ae rT,h-,Kclosas3 9535 E. Foiwler Rd n
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450 I Sporting 46 Nurseries 1480 1 Dogs I 4801 Dogs I
SGoods I Trees DOBERMAN PUPS AKC Poodles, standard cream
Pool Table 4x8 CHEAPLADIES Kimbertal, above stan- female, 16 mos. $600;
Pol Table 4x8 LADY PALMS dard.black/rust, male& Toys males, 8wks,apri-
Pro Series1"Tournament 7 gal (34ft)$32 female, Ready June cot $700 & part colored
slate, K66, 100% gum 15 gal. (4-6ft)$75 10th, $800 727 776-8129 $750; 813-788-1238
rubber rails, diamond 727-542-8362 EmaiEnglish Buldog 12 Pup- Y PUG PupiesV 4bilkfe-
sights, carved cabinet' Lic. #47226432 Email: pies, AKC reg Fawn & males 2 blk males, 1
new in box, never used. palmgirlfla@aol.com Wht, all shots, 63 champ fawn male, Taking
Cost $3200, sell $1250. KNIHrur NURSERY blood line. Bom on 5/17. deposits. $400-$450
Can deliver. Avail 7/16 Taking dep of 813 659-1858
813-293-7621 Azalea, Crape Myyrtle, $500 $2000863-409-6629 PUG PUPS, fawn/silver,
Dogwood, Brunsfelsia, ENGLISH BULLDOG, Male, male/females, health
POOL TABLE, 9' Bruns- Day Lilies, Tibouchina, 1 I mo old, neutered, to certificates, $500.
wick, gold crown pro- Fig, BoxwoodCrotons, good home only. $800. 813-920-3889
fessional, excellent con- Viburnum, Botle Brush Call 813-728-2291
edition, $2300. and Much More Airport
727-525-7422. Rd Plant City.752-7676
P #0471685 ENGLISH BULLDOG 12 wk. Pup
POOL TABLE, All soli male pup-AKC-all shots- ap pu
wood, no press boards, LIVE OAKS, excellent pedigree (727) arkAve. y
8' Pro Series 1" slate 4GAL4CAL14.75 868-2099 $2000- P813-662-25
Ithr pockets K-66 So eed 25GAL,3"CAL, 12'..$50 $180000 cash Lic# P04062440
rails, dble bolted/ 15GAL,2"CA 8'.$25
beamed + cues, wail 748-8641Reg4L7220672 ENGLISH BULLDOG Fe- SRhots, HeaeR 4F 1KC
rack, custom mare OPEN TO THE PUBLIC white e sweet, ood Reg, Family Raised,
S1350 COUNTRY GROWER home oRa 800 BO,5
$57- sell $9 NURSEY, Large variety (727)504- 857 863-632-136 R 65-045
727-224-9196 of trees, shrubs and ROTTWEILER nuns CKC
Pool Table In box, all bloomingflowers, great English SpringerA Saniels RTTELER Aups CKCham
equipment, choice quality excellent prices. llwks, yvet -,, AMCReg, RG.FatherA CChampt
cloth. Wholesale $995, Mon-hur afternoons, clean bloodlines. 350. Mother German Import.
7' $1095 8'. Robertson Fri-Sun all day. Cork Ar- Little smile makers. $500 407 312-8100
billiards. 813-229-2778 ea Corner of Stanley & 863-660-1237 660-1417
Private Sti HuntinClub ThonotosaatRd, GERMAN SHEPHERD, ROTTWEILER Puppies,
"Deep Creektl Hunting u Lic#47223335 AKC Bi Boned Pups AKC registered, 13 wks
Camp" Lookingf HorG ***Tropicals**" Adults, Rich Colors old, current shots.
nuai't Members, Year *Mango *Avacado* Blacks, family oriented 2 $500 650. 41-748-5583
Round Fishing & Guava*Lychee* $650& up (941)809-6242 i-.4o-5S8
Hunting!Plenty of Deer, **'Palms** GERMAN SHEPHERD AKC ROTWEILER Pups, Sire
Hog's and Turkey. Adonidia Travelers* bilk2M' 2F's Son of World Ch. Bronco
uality manned lan *Ta Sp Parents o rem,'he th OD DRAVEG CALrsq
F ood Plots & Feeders. Bismark* Foxtail r' -n re s heads. Also FalKo/G er-
Located in Putnam #4722415 813-884-1927 certs. Tak(n De4si. ha ds so e
Rodman Res r r480 Dogs GERMAN Short Haired $1560 407-45-5833
round Ca. mrpsI Pointer Pupeies, 4 left. 407-415-5837
available. Limited American Bulldog 11 wks o. $300 ea.
Members, call soon. Call Blullc 352-797-9489 ROTTWEILER PUPS
Mr. Bishop 386-684-4864 Pups, ABA reg, parents on RO WEILERno UPers
prem, must see!.950 3-males no papers,
each. Call727-375-8l62 GOLDEN Retriever Pup, $400.A13-426-5817
WANTED home raised, Ig beautI
GUNS OLD FISHING American Bulldogs chaoprdino f ichg SCHNAUZER-MINI-AKC
LURES, DUCK DECOYS NKC $300. Too many e- F-$600. 863-299-6126 or sire won award ofMer
AND OLD COINS. taifs to list. Please call 616-780-8101 atEukanubaClassics,16
863-667-0966 352-243-2762 wks all shots up todate
GOLDEN Retrievers AKC, 1 M, 1 F remaining. Must
PARK YOUR CAR IN CLAS- American Staffordshire 5-F, 4-M, Ready 6-8-05. agree to show Male, de-
SIFIED and see ittake off Terriers, 4M, 3F, born Health cert., $500 each. tails can be worked out.
in thefastlane! 2/12/05, dble reg big Taking deposits $100. Serious inquiries only
W.eather... 30 Mag. A blue, blue brindle, fawn Call(863) 207-1802 $1,000.813-966-7368
firm. 24 Savage 00 G&up.813-232-9317 oldendoodle Puppies. SHELTYVVPUPS.V
firm. Marlin 22 mag AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD Ready 06/11. Reg'd. AKC 10 wks, shots
$175. All brand new. PUPS 4 Males NSDR Delivery to Tampa Incl. health certs, beautiful
813-857-1368 registered, 8 weeks $975.Cockapoos 575. sweet pups, ready now.
Please call: www.cocka oo pas.com $600 M& 727-343-5166
4 Exercise 813-967-5756 (417)652-7869 WALKER Dos & Puppies
Equipment BASSET HOUND PUPS v GOLDENDOODLES Deer or Hog dogs. Call
...C IpE... n fe Ready for new home as Blondes 2 (M), BIks 2(F) 813-917-8127
ECERCISE equipment of May 18th. 4 Females 2 (M), Top quality, Low
Nautilus, bench & free left. Will have 1st shots, Shed Delivery. $1200.
weights. Good condi- parents on premises. 423420-6580/920-1246 WELSH CORGI (Pem)
tion. $200. OBO. $300firm .813-643-7210
813-759-8290 0 $300 irm.81 4Y DO ITALIAN GREYHOUND Adorable Black tri fe-
813759CHON BABY DOLLS AKCpupy,female very males, $400-$500.
Health AKC, toy size 7-11 Ibs, petite, cham bld lines, Health certs & shots.
455 Products family raised w/love, OP,12wks,650 ready 352-588-0826; 424-1935
| Irodus hthcert.$550&up. togo.813-914-7116 VYORKIE AKC Fe- 1
M Cal (863) 299-0953 or Y YORKIE AK Fem
LEVITRA VIAGRA Muscle 616-780-8101 LAB Puppies AKC All yel- yr old "Crosswinds", ex-
Relaxer!! Pain Relieft!! ..low, 1 male 3 females, cellent quality, 2.8 Ibs,
Order online: Pricebus- BICHON Pu, AKC HC, 1st shots, POP, serious inquiries. $6500.
terrx.com or 1/888-773- Champ ine, Hh certify Champ line,papertrain, 423420-6580/920-1246
6230 FDA approved drug home raised ve $500352-52-455 YORKIEPUPS Blue Gold
Soma Tramadol, Cariso- checked 1st shot $ PS e w YORKIE PUPS, Blue/Gold,
prodo]Fioricet,'Via ra 813-973-8834 LAB PUPPIES, yellow, 8 wks hlth certs/shots
Levitra and more! U Li- 2 girls, 1 boy, AKC reg. POP,$750 seep icswww.
censed Phasir BLUE Tick Walker Hound parent's on-site, dailingfordolars.com
ciansPharmacistver- puppies, $75 obo. 1st shots ready now, Call 13-653-2797
nightShiping Including 813-299-9415 $400 813-741-1340 ES aes 5mos and
Saturday every. LAB PUPS, AKC, shots, under, S450+.
ORDER MEDS ONLINE OR BRRCL e. wormed, vet cert. Block Also MALTESE Pups
BY PHONE Phentermine BORDER COLLIES Reg. head, champ. bkgrd. betsat@acun.com Cash
Soma, Ambien, Adipex' $200 & Up. Will Deliver, Pedigrees. Parents/ 941-322-9563
arisoprodo r abcbordercollecom rand parents on site. YORKIES Males 8wks t
Viagraa, Methocarbamo: Hlith Guar. 888-229-0621 $300-$500 352-307-0772 YRImos.Malsh sHC.
Levitra. No previous LABRADOODLE PUPS Pretty, Pretty $00-$750
rescripto required. BOXER PUPPIES BEAUTIFUL. READY Days 863/679-1765/
Gall toll Tree BUXER PUPPI-E NOW. All colors M&F Eves 863/512-0027
1-866-438-6656 or AKC health certs, Brindle $500(386)364-8345
www.IntegraRx.com & Fawns $300 & $350. ADORABLE
FREE GLUCOSE METER! Call 3t2-583-00 0 LABRADOR puppies, AKC, ,IIpySALE
DIABETICS Get your BOXER PUPS AKC, black Champ bloodlines gor- PUPPY SALE
su applies by mail! FREE mask&flashy fawn 1st geous, Black, Cham-
SHIP PING! ALL MAJOR shots, healthcerts, tails ane & Yellow. Read *_ I
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1482 I Brds
4 years dfedfrom
4 weeks, big & beautiful,
talking, needs TLC
serious inquiries ONLY!
With 2 lage cages.
$2500.813-792-7703.
A Dock Full of Deals in the
Boating Classifications
everyday!
483 Exotic I
Baby Bearded Dragons
$40. Baby Leopard Tor-
toises $I00 & up. Male
spotted turtle $160. Res.
$8 & up. 813-340-7727
CLASSIFIED WORKS
BOAS Columbian Red
Tailed boas Born 3/20,
males & females avail.
Perfect starter snake!
$75 each 727-798-1228
COLUMBIAN RED TAIL
boa constrictors, tame,
handed by young teen
5'4in. $250. 3'6in $180
obo's. 813 478-4434
Beautiful African Sulcata
fSpurerd)Tortoises, ba-
bies, many to choose
from, 3-4 mos old. Eating
well. $75 each.
352-799-8669


1 Misc Pets 1 Garage, Yard
4 Services Sales, Etc.
KOI FOR SALE CORK area, 3807 Young
Buy direct from fish Rd, 5/20-21 7am-?
farm in Gibsonton. Young girls clothing,
813-672-9135 toys, housewares, pool
www.koiman.com supplies, lawnchairs,
CLASSIFIED etc. everything must go!
WORKS!
PET SUPPLIES
Online only 10% off
www.johnspets.com \
Discount code: 1957
Call 813-417-2995 PLANT CITY-3005 North-
CLASSIFIED WORKS view Rd. (turn at comer
of 39 & Charlie Griffin)
498 I Estate Sales Sat 5/21, 7am-? Many
like new items, furni-
SUN CITY CENTER ture, clothes, etc.
CINDY'S ESTATE SALE
967-0416
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picures, lamps, DRtbi
ai g, fu, I w/4ciRs, Plant City 3304 W. Risk
desk, freezer, tools, St.Sat, ay 21, 8AM-
Idtch misc&more! 3PM.
I I Garage, YardI PLANT CITY. 4907 Grove
499 MANOR Court. 8 family
Sales, Etc. sale Fri Sat 520 O 21
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& Sat May 20 & 21, sel.
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Brandon -1020 Kings Ave.
Brandon -1531 E. Brandon Blvd.
Dover -12902 Newsome Rd.
Gibsonton -13150 U.S. Hwy. 41
Land 0' Lakes 2400 Land 0' Lakes Blvd.
Lithia 13411 FshHawk
Lutz- 18902 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Lutz- 23512 S.R. 54
Plant City 2401 John Redman Pkwy.
Riverview -11015 Bloomingdale Ave.
Riverview 13220 S. U.S. 301
Riverview 9817 S. US 301
Riverview 3603 S faulkenburg Rd
Valrico 3629 E SP 60
Wesley Charli 27219 SP 5-
Zephyrhill 383c54 5lh Ave.


GIarageYard
9 1 Sales, Etc.
PLANT CITY, 905 King St
off Franki, Wed-Fri
May 18 19, & 20. Tools,
wrenches, sockets,
drills, saws, coolers,
rods & reels, air com-
pressor, guns 2 tree
climbers, 1 ladder (al-
um) climber And MORE
PLANT CITY, Sat 5/21,
7am-12.1802 Sagebrush
Rd (Paddocks). Riding
mower ($350), speak-
ers household items,
clothes & lots of misc



LOOK
STANLEY & corner of
Thonotosassa Rd Thur,
Fri&SatMay19,20&21
8AM-3PM Name brand
clothes men, women &
teen infant boys clothes,
household & Misc Items
500-549
Farmer's Market

500 Fruits &
500 Vegetables
BLUEBERRIES U-PICK
Mon-Sat 9-3. Hwy 60 &
Bugg Rd., so. of Plant
City. 2.00/lb.
113-340-1738
U PIC Blue Berries $2.50
Ib, Peachs, Plums $1.50
Ib, Laporte Lane off E.
Bowman Rd. 1 mi S. of
Hernando & Pasco Co.
line on U.S.41.
Mon-Sun, 9-5pr
352-796-3659
U pick Tomatoes,
Artesian Farms Ruskin.
Hwy 674 @ 30th Street
SE, behind KFC. Open
7/wk8am-5pm.
1510 Farm Equip. I
JOHN DEERE 04, tractor,
790 4 wheel drive, 3212
hours $11,000 OBO.
727-234-3431

Tractor
385 International diesel.
$4000 obo. 813-788-8700
I525 Horses &
52 Livestock

RIDING LESSONS
BAREFOOT FARMS
Western & English
all ages/levels $30. hr.
Plant City 813-754-0713
or 813-716-7416 SUE
Summer Camp Available
Arabian Colt, 2 yrs old,
Homozygous Black,
15H, imprinted, shown
successfully, calm,
flashy, exc for breeding
or show, started under
saddle. $500018631
559-1045/813-600 680
POLE BARNS, Garages,
workshops, horse barns
*20x20x9 $2,600
20x30x9 $4,200
*24x24x9 $4,032
'24x40x9 $,6020
Other Sizes Available
813-713-2333 788-3501
TURN TO CLASSIFIED'S
Merchandise Columns
Our prices are
ontarget foryou!


Tampa 5604 N. Hesperides
Tampa 5001 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 8801 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa- 10601 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa 12049 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 6008 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 4901 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 2301 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa -13151 Race Track Rd.
Tampa 8305 W. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 7124 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 11211N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 5616 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 311 E Davis Blvd.
Tampa -5125 W. Cypress St
Tampa 17621 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 5102 Pointe of Tampa Way
Tampa -7301 Temple Terrace Hwy
Tampad 3698 Gandy Blvd
Tampa ?34Lu W Columbus, Ave
Tarrmpa 3101 Gandy Blvd & MacDill Ave
Tjrripa .30i1 irlich Pd


525 Horses & I
"" Livestock
APPALOOSA Gelding (2),
4 yrs old, 15 hand-mol,
good Lrail rider.
GorKeous S3900 each.
86361077744 week-end
& mghts, 863-688-615?
working hours days
APHA BREEDING STOCK
MARES 2- Half sisters
raised together, selling
together. Need experi-
enced riders. Price neg
to good home. $5,000
(813) 996-0771
Chestnut Mare 4 yr old,
perfect confirmation,
grandfather Rugged
Lark, 3 world champi-
ons, all papers & blood-
lines available. $10,000.
813-486-2400.
QUARTER HORSE/PAINT
8 yo, professionally
trained, healthy,
trail/arena, loads, clips.
$3,000 Firm.
(813) 968-7662
West Pasco Horse Rescue
horses for sale, pa mt
plans ok. Lessons, trail
rides train, board. 813
625-2599 727-856-0732
How do you reach cus-
tomers in search of quali-
ty products & services?
Classified, of course!
APHA '02, blk/wht, 15.3H
mare, 120+ days prof.
training, friendly, smart,
show, englis/western
$3500 obo. 863-686-5097
WANTED: GOATS, SHEEP,
LAMASS & CATTLE. TOP
PRICES PAID. GOOD
HOME. CALL CINDY
NOW 813-649-1126
AQHA 8 yr old Gelding,
1,800. Black Gelding
$1,250. x2 Ponies, $700
each. Trail Safe.
Call 94- I. 7 ;6-0455
HERDS OF BLACK ANGUS
blkl wht face & Brangus
cows. Also black Angus
Bulls. 850-510-4854 or
229-246-1819
HERD DISPERSAL 60 head
cross bred cows, calving
now, Take one or al[.
$750 each
Call 352-494-9404
Tired of the same "old"
thing? Sell your antiques
with anad in class 402.
WANTED!! Horses,
ponies, tack, trailers
equip. Top prices paid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
now: 813-649-1126
REG. PAINT 12 yr old Geld-
ing, obedient, gentle,
rides dressage & West-
ern. $2500 (863) 412-
9604 or (863) 660-3135
HORSES
2 Quarter, for sale, broke
for trail riding $1,000.00
each. 813-486-5832
BEEFMASTER BULL, big 4
yr old $750.
Call 81J-996-2782

5i Pastures&
526 Stalls

Lakeland/Plant City Area,
full board, friendly, exp
owner on premises,
superior care, clean, lots
of extras & perks,
$250/mo. 863-686-5097
Full pasture board on 50
acres in Wesley Chapel.
Stalls, round pen &
arena. $200 monthly.
Call 352-999-1342


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


550-599
Recreation

560Motor Homes
56 .- RV's
29' 1997 Seabreeze Class
A only 34K miles. qener-
aor. Make offer.
813 34-7334-7334

31'TIOGA,2000 class Cw/
16'slide, 38K miles, Ford
chassis, V10, lots of
extras. $44,900 OBO.
863-602-0876
32' 1985 PACEARROW
Class A, all options, 30K
mi, sleeps 6, runs &
looks good. $4900 obo.
813.805.9136
35'2002 ULTRASPORT,
Class A, Cummins 275
Diesel, 2 slideouts, gener-
ator 6447 mi, warranty.
$89,000.813-695-4902
36' 1999 Georgie Boy
Cruisemaster diesel,
slide out, 28k, non smok-
ers satellite, exc cond
$72k obo. 813-685-1453.
38' Holiday Rambler '97
Endeavor LE diesel,
slide, many upgrades,
$68K, 727-31- 7773 see at
grasslandscorp.com/rv
39', 2004 Winnebago Ad-
venturer, 1400 mi,
340hp, work horse HD
chassis, fully loaded.
$99,900.352-854-7279
40' Alpine 99 Coach pur-
chased new in 2001.
Wrrty til 2006. Too many
options to list. $124,500.
Call 941-355-1403 Email:
louistrudel@comcast.net
888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Aiirtream Jayco
Alpna l-4eit 14Tampa.
i56 Campers &
5I | Travel Trirs
15' 2000 Pop-up Coleman
Fairview w/slide out,
sleeps 7, AC/Heat, Ga-
rage kept, Barely used.
$6,000 -813-545-3701 .
20' LATON 1976 Dual axle,
needs work, $1200obo.
813-991-6119

21' (open) '92 Coleman
Pop-up, A/C, 2 stoves &
Awning, Sleeps 5 Non
Smokers, Good Cond.
$3,000 obo 813-986-7156
27' 1990 ALPENLITE DL
5th Wheel, $2500.
Camper located in
WeseyChapel.
Call 717-440-6451
27' Sunline 1999 RV
Camper, excellent con-
dition, custom design,
sleeps 8. $12,000 firm.
813-782-8654.
28' 2000 COACHMAN
ROYAL, with slideout,
one owner, good condi-
tion, $18,000 firm. Call
813-884-6780
30'2003 Keystone Laredo
5th Whl, islide-out,
sleeps 6. Barely used!
Must Sel due to illness.
$20K obo 813-685-4971
30'2005 New Gulf Stream
T/T, Micro, A/C, super
slide, qn bed, stereo, up-
grades, $19,900 House
on wheels! 813-949-7681
31' 1998 Jayco Eagle 5th
wheel LgKitch, Lg slide,
Qn bed, Huge storage.
educed to $10,995
(813)949-6015
32' 2005 Gulfstream
Microwave, A/C, ueen
sz bed, sleep 6-8, full
kitch, house on wheels,
$9,500 obo 813 545-4241
32 FT '04 KEYSTONE
SPRINTER Dble slide-
outs, sips 6 w/mstr
bdrm, full kitchen &
bath, used 4 times, must
sell moving, new cond.
$26,000813716-5314
33' DUTCHMAN CLASSIC
2002 CAMPER TRAILER
Like New condition, Liv-
ing and Dinning Slide,
1.5 bath, awning, CAC,
Fnt queen bed, back
bunk beds. Load share
hitch included. Will de-
liver up to 100 miles.
$12,400(863)293-0066
40' 2005 Impala travel
trailer, 3 slides, 2br, air,
washer/ dryer, more.
$25,950 obo
813-391-6248
COACHMAN CLIPPER
1265 ST 2002 large pop-
up w/sder a .I
awning, insde/outside
stove, wir a-
ter
let, electric beat & AC.

| Recreational
Rental
COLEMAN POPUP
CAMPERS available for
rent A/C, sink, stove,
frig. For reservations
cal Lynn 813-46-1827
15651 RV Storage
C'wood RV/Boat storage.
Sec pkg w/24 hr access,
bright night lighting &
wash area. From $35
813-968-4991; 505-2803
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStoragecom

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VW Bus that is' Place
your autos forsale,
class 649.


15651 RVStorage I
Fowler & 1-75
RV's/Boats etc. Security,
$50/mo
813-986-3094

Pools & Spas

A-1 SPAS
FACTORY DIRECT
SUPER SALE!
Spas from $1199
5 person 36 et spa
with cover &seup $3999
SPECIAL* *
Ozonator steps, rainbow
light, w/purchase $149
Custom spa covers $229
We move spas
9017 Adamo Drive
S.W.ComerHw 301&60
813-623-9997
Offersonlyvalid
withthisad
Above ground pool instal-
lation, replacement lin-
ers, in ground repairs,
low rates all work guar-
anteed. 813-995-9484
HOT TUB, 5 person, red-
wood cabinet, transfer-
able warranty. Sacrifice
$1495.813-786-9802.

I MOVE ANY SPA
24/7
813-625-0165
SPA! Must Sell! 7-person
Deluxe. Never used. In-
cludes cover, will deliver.
Full Warranty. Can fi-
nance W.A.C., payments
under $100 per month.
In a hurry. CALL
800-980-7727
58g Water
58" Vehicles
YAMAHA 2002 GP 1200
w/trailer, like new,
58hrs, freshwater only,
Must sell! $5300 obo.
Lutz/LOL 813-949-8691
SEAD00 2001 RX
with trailer & extras. Low
hours. Garage kept.
$4300.813-891-4228
JET SKI'97 Polaris
$2,000
863-647-0039
1584 Boats |
10.6' 2004 SEADOO RXP
Yellow & black. Very
fast! Only 8 freshwtr
hrs! Ext. Wty. included.
Better than new. Must
sell-moving. $9000 Call
Mike @ (727)410-5047
14' 1995 SEA RYDER let
boat w/trailer, $2,200.
Needs float kit. Call
813-841-6688

14'2005
Pontoon Boat
$2800 Call 941-355-3813
14' fbrgis trir 2001 25hp
Johnson, pull start.
$1900.813-995-9015

14' John Boat w/ trail-
er/motor/seats $750
obo
813-234-9057.
16' 1994 Stump Jumper 30
hp Yamaha outboard
w/trailer, open fisher-
man, motor just ser-
viced $1700.
813-986-5758.
16' Canoe Mohawk/
paddles, life vests,
stadium-style seat
cushions. Perfect condi-
tion. $400.813-477-7685
17' 1982 Mako CC w/1992
120 evinrude, Magic Tilt
Trailer, primarily fresh
water use. $5,995 obo.
Call 813-390-2902
17' BassTracker V17 boat
w/trailer,45hp Mercury,
Minn kota 65 trolling
motor, HumminbirS
LCD, many extras $3500.
813-634-7497.
17' PROUNE, center con-
sole, 90hp, trailer fish-
finder, great shape,
$5,400.813-256-3020
17.5' 1996 FOUR WINNS
exc cond, great all
around boat 115HP,
gav trir, full cover,
$7000bo. 727-527-9459
17.5' SAILFISH 2000 90hp
Yamaha, fishfinder,
trolling motor, bimini
top, gar kept S12,00
Obo Cail813-924-7932
18' 1988 Gemini Bass
Boat, 150 HP, rebuilt
mariner, trolling motor,
trailer, runs reat
$3200.813-933-8176
1V 1999 Sea Ray 180 B/R1
owner, well main clean
boatbimini top, depth/
fish finder, alum r yr
old. $8900 727-643-8816
1D 2O Wellcraft, 115
Johnson motor GPS,
Depth Finder, Garage

18 Sea3ay 180 Bowrider
1999 wih CG Package,
Galvanized Trailer and
Storage Cover. $9500.
727-796-3477
1 f8"AA CfsCraft 2004,
03 115 Mercury. alum
trlr, trim tabs, hydrjack

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FAMILY? Place an ad in
class 480 and unleash
some of those pups!


|584 1Boats I
'19 1999 LEGACY
SEA-ERA, CC, 130HP
Johnson low hrs
Marina kept exc cond
$7800.813-645-8650
19'6" Aquasport, 1980
hull, 1984200hpJohnson
& galv.trailer $3000obo.
813-833-4441

19' EBBTIDE Cuddy, mercy
150 O/B, runs perfect,
low hrs, very clean,
loaded, garaged, trailer,
cover. $10,900 obo
813-431-9316
19' WELLCRAFT CC, '96,
112 Johnson SS prop,
bimini, captain chrs,
trailer, exc. cond.
$10,000,813-645-7000
20' 1994 CORRECT Craft
Ski Nautique w/trlr, low
hours very good condi-
tion, fresh water only.
$14,200.813-294-4438
20'4" 1999 209 Grady
White Escape w/Yam
150 low hrs,T-top, GPS,
jackplate, windlass
anch $18.9k 404-6186
20' ANGLER Horizon,
1992 Very CLEAN! New
trir, 150 hp. Suzuki. Cud-
dy cab, Bim. top,
fshfndr, stereo, livewl.
MUST SEE! $8600.00
obo. (813) 996-5451
21'2003 Rinker RX1 Wake
board boat, I/O 5.0
Merccruiser, l40hrs, 6
spkr Kenwood syst, 6
disc CG Chr, tower w/
wake board holders &
speakers extended
swim platform, perfect
pass cruise control, exc
cond. $24,900
863-683-3516
21FT. 1979Mak 1999225
Suzuki, fulltop,
aluminum trailer, Loran,
color fish finder, VHS,
$6000.813-342-6022 or
813-404-3895 after 3pm.
22' 1999 Deluxe Pontoon,
Savannah Gold w/over-
size pontoons & 90HP
motor, gd condo, no trlr.
$8000 obo 813-645-4504
22' CHRIS-CRAFT CUDDY,
235HP I/O, full camper,
wash off, has every-
thing, like new, low hrs,
$14,500 813-973 8105
22.2 Aquasport 1973. full
Transome, Boat to be
redone, better man
Dorado. $3,500 OBO.
Call 813-263-5714
23' 2004 Grady White 232
GS, Tw Yamaha 150's-
20hrs, full elect., inline
head, windlass, warr thru
2009. $85K. 484-614-7999
24' Carolina skiff guide
boat, fold-down tower,
dual controls, trolling
motor, Yamaha 150, jack
plate & many extras.
$8000.863-640-4059
24' Pontoon 50hp Evin-
rude w/ bimini & two 3'
bench seats. Easy load,
dual axel trailer. $4K
813 752-9546 leave msg
25' PONTOON BOAT, 115
Mercury, 4 seats, new
tires & cables steering &
throttle, $6000.
813-265-1947.624-2413
25' ROBALO 2000 CC
Fishing Machine, many
extras $35,00. Must
sell! Please call:
813-892-7235
26' 1996 Searay Bowrider,
Merc Cruiser, 7.4L, Bra-
vo 1. $23,000.
813-765-7870 Details on
boattraderonline.com
26' 2001 Bayliner 2655
Ciera, bravo III engine,
beam 9.6. air/heat, like
new. 139.5 00.
813-571-1380
27' 1988Searay 270DA,T-
260, rebuilt 2002, full
cabin, great boat $14,500
Day: 813-917-9992 or
Eves: 813-996-4088
27' 1998 251 Proline
w.alkarournd, 2004 250hp
DFI Evinrude. Asking
$35,000. Orlando area.
(321)689-.2914
28' 1989 Hawaiian Day
Cruiser Cigar Boat, 454
Jet Dry, left hand steer,
cabin, project, motor
needs installed, seats
need redone, nice trir.
$3600 w/ motor $2600
w/o motor 813-285-1707
311 220 Chaparral-Sig
300 still under wrty,
40hrs use options
maxed out. Look at Sig-
nature 310 on web at
chaparralboats.com.
Bookvalue $88,500.Ask-
ing $80k.81325-0467
32'SEARAY 31 Sundan-
car 1999 blue bk value
$102,000d. Suerclean,
professional y main-
fained, all the bells &
whistles. Always kept
under cover. Covered
slip available. $84,900.
813-814-4410
32' Searay Sundancer
2003,320 hp twin, Bravo
3, docked in fresh water
$1"0 Call
(941) -946
3 Trogan Express Cruis-
er, 1987, twin 7A engine.
very good condi on.
$37,000. Call for appt.
813-760-1441
34' Malisi Pilot 2000,
hard top, full electron-
ics generator, fresh
botom jobI boat shows
like new. $149,900/
offers. 727-367-6286.
The KeyToSAVINGS Start
Here min Classified!


|584 IBoats I
34' SEARAY 2000 best on
water. Loaded, twin 7.4,
new btm.$25K upgrades
www340searay.com
727-867-6418
41' SeaRay Sundancer
2001, like new cond.
oaded,twindiesels, ow
hrs, fact. warr. eng.
/trans, I owner, $259K.
305-295-2847
41' Trojan Convertible 12
meter, 1986 twin Detroit
diesels, all options, su-
per nice 1340 hrs, sacri-
fice $132k. 770-355-9548
42 FAST TRAWLER 1999
OA 426 details
www.fasttrawler.com
or(508) 889-6584. Safe
comfortable boat
44' Gulfstar trawler yacht
1979 twin l60hp Perkins
new Akw gen, encl aft
deck, kept under cover,
5gph @ 8 knts. vg cond.
$ 59,900.813-21 -5505
BOATS Several storm
damaged and donated
boats Tor sale: 18' to 32'
Mike (727) 204-7988
I Boat Slips -
585 Storage

OUTDOOR STORAGE
Serving New Tampa. US
19Hudson & Port Richey
areas. RVs, boats,
autos, etc.$40+ /mo.
813-866-5533
Harbor Island Boat Slip
Garrison Channel float-
ing docks. Can accom-
modate sm-lg boats w/
shore pwr. 813-956-5025
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage Secure outside
and covered storage.
SouthBayStorage.com
813-677-2000
Carrollwood Outside
Storage! All boats/RVs
welcome. Secure facility/
24 hr acc. Reasonable
rates. 813-505-2803
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'r
813-684-9171
Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs
MERCURY OUTBOARD
2001, 6hp, 3 gallon
tank, 1st $500. Call
813-927-3785

OUTBOARD ENGINE
REPAIRS. All makes &
models. New Nissans
sold. All boat repairs.
Gibsonton Fl813.767.5521

OUTBOARD
2005 9.8 Tohatsu 4 stroke
$1550. Call 941-504-1819
587 | Sailboats I
26X 1996 MacGREGOR
SAILBOAT & trir. Too
much to list. Slip is
transferrable. Serious
inq. only $15,500 obo.
813-995-0250 695-4246
600-649
Transportation

16001 Aviation I
CESSNA 172 Skyhawk,
1969K A5455, E2135T,
451SMOH, extent 8, new
glass March annual.
$40,000.352-795-6613

619 Automotive
Services

Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & Install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994
Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
MOTOR, Chevy 1993 S10,
2.8 V6 motor, Dade City,
$275, runs good.
813-230-5334
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Great pric-
es. Honesty& 1nteity.


Trailer
2 Hallmark enclosed
Car Hauler. New condi-
tion with cabinets and
awning. $4,900.
813-629-8502 917-1569
6x12 heavy duty open
trailer w/4' sides with
ramp, dual axle, all new
nubs. $700 obo. Call
813-961-1961 265-4171
Covered work Trailer
8'Lx5'Wx6'H, good
condition, good tires
$1100.813-835-8124

6cn I Trucks Lg |

CHEVY 2001 S-10, Reag
cab, auto, 6-cyl
Wht/Grey in, runs &
looks great! st $455A
takes i 727-455-7697
CHE.y 2004 Silverado,
white, 4R fu aded,
33K m. $23,000 obo.
813-833-8272 ask for
Diane


mmmimi


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529 Trucks ught
5 iDuty
DODGE 2004 Quad Cab,
Grey, 29,500 mi, SLY
style, loadeI, hard bed
cover, 201n tres $18.700.
Call813-707-9176
DODGE 2004 Ram 1500.
5.7L Hemi Laramie
Quad Cab, 2WD, Black,
20" Rims, Spray liner,
Tourneau Top, Tow Pkg,
$27,000813-263-8957
FORD 1997 F150, very
nice, fbrg s flat cover,
hi-miles, $4200 obo.
813-715-4848 -714-8431

FORD 2000 F150 Lariat,
Super Cab Triton SA V8,
Auto, Fully Loaded Lthr,
No reasonable offer re-
fused! 813-361-9308
FORD 2001 Sport Trak,
BIk, 74K mi, all pwr, AC,
Ithrint, custom whls,
bedliner & cover, x-cond
$11,500 813-817-4398
FORD 2004 350
15' box, 6,000 miles
asking $26,000
Call 352-754-9998
GMC 1996 CHEYENNE
2500 Series Ext cab
w/topper, new AC, auto
exc cond $7,000 or besi
offer. 813-714-5540
GMC 2003 SIERRA Crew
Cab HD 2500,4WD, turbo
diesel, auto, 50K mi., full
warr, allison 6 spd mint
Ithr, all opts. $36,500 obo.
813-376=5611 988-7770
GMC 2003 Sonoma, 9K mi.
fbrgl topper, bedliner,
au o, AC, warranty,
private owner, likenew,
$13,495. 813-662-9854
NISSAN 1998 XE Pick-up
Extended Cab. 5 spd,
Cold A/C New Tires,
Mint Condition
$5,200 obo 813-404-6071
Toyota 2002 Tundra Lmtd
Ed, fully loaded, 45K mi.,
White. $16,900.
Call 813-363-2743
6301 Trucks -
630 Heavy Duty

ISUZU 2001 Box Truck,20'
AC CD good condition
$12,000 813-817-7981

1631 iVans |
Dodge 1995 Caravan, V6
engine, tilt steering,
cruise control, A/C,
automatic 113,000 miles,
$2350. Call 813-685-9181.
Dodge 1999 Sport Grand
Caravan, loaded, quad
Ithr seating, VlR/TV,
tow hitch, cd/fm radio,
tinted windows. $6500
813-671-8424
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP




power, passe, loaue-
ful condo, ministry car.
$4500.813-949-4623
HONDA 2003 ODYSSEY EX
Lthr, DVD, 21.5K, Blue,
$24,900813-355-7588

MERCURY 1993 VILLAGER
Runs Good, New Brakes,
Cold Air, 189K Mi. $1200.
813-994-3370
PLYMOUTH 1995 Voyager
78k ml, 3.0V-6eng,reblt
trans, new tires, cold
AC, infant seat, $3,000
oB0. Bob 813-685-4663
Toyota 2002 Sienna XLE,
fully loaded, immacu-
late showroom condo,
36,500 Mi, orig owner.
$21,9800813-789-1062-
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!


[6311 vans
TOYOTA SIENNA XLE, 7
.passenger, dean insidee
ut poer windows &
Iocks CD, 70K miles.
$9,499.813-393-6208.
|M Sport Utly |

CHEVY 2001 Suburban IS,
loaded, pristine cond!!
$16,900 NEG. capt chairs,
Pewter, gar kept sunrf
CD, Onstar813-9%4-4569
Chevy 2001 Tahoe LT
black w/leather, all
power, excellent condi-
tion, one owner.
$18,00.813-323-6308
CHEVY 2003 Tahoe, 31K
mi, exc cond, Ithr seats,
CD must see this one!
$26,000813 657-3989

FORD 1989 Bronco II, 2
wheel drive V6,5 speed,
clean, goodtires, needs
TLC, $1500 obo.
813-854-2295
FORD 1996 EXPLORER XLT
AM/FM/Cass/6 CD, thr,
PS, PB, PW, rear air, roof
rack 4 dr, Burgandy.
$6,000.813-765-0992
CLASSIFIED
IS INFORMATIVE
FORD 1997 EXPEDITION
113K mi, Red, Good Cond
Eddie Bauer, 5.4L, V8, 4
WD $10,500 After 5PM
(81) 220-2871
FORD 2000 Expedition
XLT, one owner, exc
cond.79k miles, burgun-
d/ gray Ithr 3rd row.
$2, 100. 13-956-9033.
FORD 2002 Explorer XLS,
tan, 4 d V6 CD, cloth,
new tire, 47k, $14k obo.
Like new. 813-241-7441.
Moving must sell.
FORD 2003 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, 72k mi, pert
condo, new tires, new
brakes. Asking $18,500
obo 813-294-7187
GMC 1999 YUKON, loaded
w/ leather dual AC, cd
player, 75K mi, blue w/
pewter. $9995
813-495-2798
JEEP 1993 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, Al shape, ex
clean, cold AC, new CD,
must see $2895. Steve
813-389-4702 839-2765
CLASSIFIED WORKS
JEEP 1996 Sport Chero-
kee red, great cond,
100k mi, CD, tinted, key-
less, new tires, cloth
$5500.813-254-6727 .
JEEP 1999 Cherokee, 4dr,
4WD, all power, hunter-
green, blk int, brush
guard, KC lights, up-
nrad-d oung zvwtem,
ih*a tires. slill un.ler
warranry. ioA miles. imn-
maculate condiLoir,, 1ti
many upgrades to list.
10.S00. 127-207-4961
JEEP 2(000 GR CH Limited.
Soor'Lz Utilir,, :7'K. Au
10. 4 WD,i atr, r irit, c
C l. tow package,
$1Y3',495, Super Buy (813)

Jeep 2000 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, Burgundy, 6
cyl, support utility, 2
wheel driye, auto, tilt.
$7300.813-454-8869
JEEP 2000 Wrangler, ex-
cellent condition, 27k
miles, 33" tires, 3" lift,
411 gears, lots of extras.
$16,500.813-962-0730.
JEEP 2002 GRAND
CHEROKEE Laredo,
sport edition V8 Ithr
much more, must see!
$12,990.813-334-3248
JEEP 2005 WRANGLER,
4x4, 6 speed, A/C, 4K,
like new, 1 owner.
$18,000
Call 813-265-4604
LAND ROVER 2004 Discov-
ery II, 4x4, auto, 4800 mi,
tow pkg, running
boards garage kept
527.500 727-786-3766


IB 1Sport Utty |
Vehicles I
Merlcu 1997 Mountain-
er, hie, 110K mi,
fully loaded, Ithr int, 6
disk CD chngr. $8,
OBO. Call 813-08-0823
TOYOTA 1995 4Runner
SR5, auto, all power, AC,
sunroof, exc. cond.
$6800 813-967-7221

TOYOTA 2002 SEQUOIA
SR5,46K, wht, new, all
opt, sunrf, Ithr tow pkg,
records, warr 100dk 1 own-
er $24,900 813-760-3231
TOYOTA 2003 MATRIX,
27K, It blue, auto, all
power, alarm, prem.
sound like new. $13,400
obo 813-335-1596
S I Scooters & I
33 Mopeds

Scooter, elec, 3 wheels,
barely used $550. Also
FREE, another scooter
that needs whls & bat-
tery and wooden ramp.
813-677-2527
YAMAHA 2002 ZUMA, ex-
cellent cond, 850 miles,
customized, 70cc, ex-
haust, clutch, 55+ mph,
$1600.813-973-7974
arl Go Carts
YERF-DOG
6.5HP, 2 sweater, roll
bars,good shape, $900.
After 5p.m. 813-654-3065.
1635 I Motorcycles I
BOURGET 2003 Black Jack
Ace Softail Gloss Black,
1,200 mi, 113in S&S mo-
tor, Diamond cut cylin-
ders/heads, 250 rear
tire, too much to list
$29,900.813-817-7326
Custom V Twin (El
Dorado) new. 1 of a kind,
too much stuff to list
call for details. $18,500
813-949-9351-
HARLEY 1976 SHOVEL-
HEAD Must Sell $6000
Black, lots of chrome,
S@S Super E, stroker kit
8corbin seat813 927-0224
Harley 1991 FXRS 34k mi,
excellent original paint,
extra chrome, garage
kept, conv. windshield,
many custom extras in-
cludin cover. 110,250.
call (863) 860-3828
HARLEY 2000 Heritage
Springer Softail. 800
original miles like new,
completely stock.
$18,500. 727-688-1565
Harley Davidson 2001883
Sportster, 5k mi,
Screaming Eagle.
chrme, windshd, $5500.
.I? 986-1709 624-7296
HARLEY 2001 883
Sportster, Purple low
mi. exceleAtcondition,
mu', sAell$5500 OBO0
Ca "tl-610-8530',.;
HARLEY 2002 HERITAGE
SOFTAIL CLASSIC, 5K:
miles, fuel injected, fac-
tory security, $15,900.
Cal 813-909-8790 :
HARLEY Davidson 2003
Anniversary 10K mi, Fi-
nancing avail. $18,000
Call Richard
813-752-0659
HARLEY 2003 Low Rider
BI1k, 1500 mi, Loaded
w/extras! $16,900 obo
VERY VERY CLEAN!
813-986-2694/763-0223
Harley Davidson 2004
Heritage softtail under
5k mi, 2,tone, blk & gold,
sec alarm. Absolutely
perfect in every aspect
Senior. owned $18,000
firm 813-831-3635
HARLEY 2004 FatBoy,
1500 mi. mint cond.
smoky gold wndshid,
xtra chrm, lug. rk, bk
rest, $17K, 813-220-1535
ThIe Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!


|mII Motorcycles
HARLEY 2005 XL883C
Sportster_ 390 mi. warr.
lots of eixras, wmdshld,
dr. lgts.saddlebag,
$10,500 obo. 813-966-1493
HD 2001 HERITAGE
SFTTAIL CLAS Fuel Inj,
Garage KeptlMint Cond,
Screamin 1gl Pipes,
Many Chrome extras,
5.5K miles, $17300
(813) 909-7490
HONDA 1986 Goldwing
GL, 122001, exc. condo.
low mi. loaded. Must
See! $4250. Please call
813-962-1817
Honda 1995 ST1100,
super low miles, many
afer market extras
garage. k t. $595
uA 13=60 -22574
HONDA 2002 XR 400 & 250
& TRAILER Only used
ONE summer! Great-
Excellent condition.
Both professionallytuned
up on 04-26-05 ($600
value). Everything sold
together as is for $6000
obo. Taking a big loss on
this. Wont last long!
813-277-4395
SUZUKI 2002 1500 Intrud-
er LC 24k mi, silver &
white chrome, windshld
& saddlebags. $5500
813-986-1709* 624-7296
SELLING YOUR CAMPER?
Place an ad in class 562
and see how many buy-
ers pop up
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc.813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 02 YZF R1 Adult
Owned and operated,
5200 MIs, Many extras,
$7500 obo
(813) 316-7794
Golf Carts

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all reiat-
ed.8r3-645-4515 Ruskin
1637|ATVs I
ATV 2005 110 shaft drive
ATV, 4 cycle, 3 spd + re-
verse, electric start,
$1299.352-854-7279

BOMBARDIER,. (2) 2000
approx 1000 mi. w/16'
.:trailer. Call for price.
(813-220-0872 671-3546
-Tum to Classified you
Oan Bank on our Bargains
Commando 2004 250CC,
water cooled, blue, au-
: to low hours, $1950.
,Call 813-752-6530
-Honda2000300TRX
2 WD, very good condi-
tion, $2,500. Call
813-264-2311
Kawasaki 2000 Bayou
220, low hours, green
great condition, $1895
obo. Adult owned.
813-973-3596,541-6160
SUZUKI 2003 OZARK
250cc, Emerald Grn, less
than 10 hrs. Great family
fun! Pd $4200. Sacrifice
$2500.813-265-3348
YAMAHA 2004 350 Bruin,
Auto, 4x4, Camo
w/wench, Excellent
Condition $4,500
813-240-8641
YAMAHA 2004 BLASTER
low hours, clear title,
great shape. $2,500.
813-732-4663

MUSTSEL!2 2004 polaris
trailboss atv's wifh trail-
er & gear.garage kept
adult riden. $65300
(813) 994-2619


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Cash Paid. Free Tow.
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We'll come pick it up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
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Any Price/Any Time
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727-505-3882
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Condition. Free Removal,
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Junks, Repairables,High
Mileage Autos Truck's,
RV's & Vans! 7 Days/24
Hours: (727) 385-7340
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CHEVY 1955 BELAIR 2dr
nardiop has all chrome,
327 eng, (3) 2 barrel carbs
Hurst 4 spd trans, askin
$9500 obo. 813-932-164?
CHEVY 1970 Camaro
cleartitle, in need ofres-


CHEVY 1975 Corvette,
Beautiful car/new paint
leather, 350 A/T, trans
engine overhauled
$14,700.863-644-8363




CHEVY 1979 Camaro
rare rally sport, gor
geous, act origin, not re-
built. Mint collector
cond. Orig paint design
yellow/black w/sunset
racing stripes/decals.
Orig actress owner. CA
emiss. V8-305, fact A/C,
power win/sir/brakes.
Auto stick shift. Orig
manuals/keys. 86,900
mi. Sacrifice $16,000.
813-949-4623
CHRYSLER 1973
New Yorker Brougham,
all original 54k original
miles appraised at
$6 500. OBO.
813-737-4506 or
813-727-9336
FORD 1923 Model T
Touring Car, restored
fully & running, great
parade show piece
$9000 obo. 813-994-2946
FORD 1926 Model T Road-
ster w/trailer, all origi-
nal, pristine condition
$19,500.813-782-8654.
Serious inquiries only
FORD 1954 Crown
Victoria, 2DR, very
easily restored $1200
obo. 813-986-9772

MERCURY 1972 COMET,
exc cond, 4 DR, 302 V8,
PS, A/T, bucket seats
89K orig miles, $3500
obo.352-588-1074
Studebaker 1951
Business Coupe, very
rear, needs work.
$3,800
Call 863-602-0876
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's


U Tampa 8424 Sheldon Rd. Valrico -1971 S.R. 60
W NI I E Tampa 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd.
Tampa 4479 Gandy Blvd. Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market
America's Swwwtef Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy. Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave. Seffner- 725 N. Grove Cir.
Apollo Beach 6188 U.S. 41 Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave-
Brandon -1945 W Lumider Ave Taiipoa 7851 Palm River Rd

Brandon -179 .rl,,),Ijrn,]jdale Ave Thorpiosassa 9535 E. Fowler Rd
Sun City Cenier .- J-4 Suri CiTy( i.i Lut 18407 U S.41
Riverview S-,22 U 301 Lut 2E'6 GO)llier Pkw H PUB


648 ] Station
Wagons
BUICK 1992 Roadmaster
SW, cream w/tan Ithr
int, AC, p/w,p/b,good
condition. $2;200. Call
813-932-8295.
BUICK 1994 Road Master
Estate Wagon, 1 Owner,
All Power Leather
S Seats, 112K Mi
$3,500 OBO 813-633-7715

Ic 9I Automobiles
I For Sale
ACURA 2002 RSX-Type S
fully loaded, 85Kmi. exc.
cond. well maint black
on black, $12900 obo.
813-961-5456
Acura 2004 TL, leather
moonroof, loaded, 12k
miles, AM/FM w/5:l ste-
reo surround sound.
$30,995727-946-1099
AUDI 1998 A4 106,000 mi,
Silver, Sedan, Auto.,
AWD, 6 Cy0. $12,000 obo
must go by tuesday will
sell to best offer, ully
Loaded (253) 226-6104
AUDI 1998 A4 2.8, auto,
Black grey Ithr, power
everything,CD chgr, 79K
mi, keyless entry.$9,200
Call 813-817-4886
BMW 1993 525i, V6, Hunt-
er Green exc cond, fully
loaded, $6,000 obo must
see! Call 813-975-9414or
813-210-2689
BMW 1995 7401L, White,
4dr loaded, Ithr int, ex-
tremely good cond,
110K mi, power pkg,
$10,600 obo. Call
813-990-8613
BMW 1997 Z3 Conv'tgrn,
tan Ithr, 5 spd, 108Kmi,
new top, Green, Up-
raded ster, CD, immac
$10,900 813-835-7266
BMW 2001 3251, silver
/gray Ithr int auto, 57K
mi. 1 owner, garaged,
gorgeous cond. only
$23,995 813-926-4846
BMW 2001 5251 White
w/tan leather int, sunrf,
excellent condition. 57k
mi, $224 00.

Buick 2000 LeSabre
metallic blue, perfect
cond, low miles cold air,
new tires, full power.
$8700 813-927-9290
CADILLAC 1992 DEVILLE,
75K mi., fully loaded,
leather, exc. cond., A/C.
$3,800. 813-907-3318 or
908-403-4158
CADILLAC 1998 Deville,
Green w/tan ithr 76K,
dir svcd, exc cond was
exec's car. $10,000 obo
727-735-7092
CADILLAC 1999 DEVILLE
Flawless! Silver Ltr, V8
Nthstr, Cloth top, All
Power! 180k, $6,900
(352) 455-7073
CADILLAC 2000 Deville
"It's A Beauty", fully
equip + spoiler, ma
whls, 10 play Sony CD,
imitation conv'ttop. 65K
easy mi. $15,700
813-908-0302 210-0294
CHEVY 1990 Caprice Clas-
sic Brougham, 132K mi,
excellent condition
$3,500 OBO. 737-4343
CHEVY 1994 Caprice
Classic, Low miles, auto,
cold ac, 1 owner, pwr
everything, NS. $2800
813-943-9564
CHEVY 1996 CAVALIER
101K mi, very clean 4-
Door, AT, 4 Cyl. service
records carfax avail,
$2,000, (561) 351-9922
CHEVY 1997 MALIBU
White Sedan, Auto., 2
WD, 6 Cyl. $4,800 All
Power, A/C, God bon-
dition Well Maintained,
(813)4994-4200
CHEVY 2003 IMPALA
Black, 72k mi Exc. Cond.
CD Player, AIfPwr,$8900
813-269-9770 *264-5226


CHRYSLER 1995 LHSAT,
CD, sliding sunroof, all
pwr, very good cond.
$2850obo
(813)728-2357
CHRYSLER 2003 PT Cruis-
er turbo, 29K mi, mnrf,
Ithr, auto/stick, AC, CD,
prem wheels, like new
$13,000 813-597-3942

CORVETTE 1985
runs good & strong, good
tires, needs TLC, 5,400.
Call 352-521-0448
CORVETTE 2002
convertible, 1 owner,
gara kept, many
exras. $34,500 obo
813-230-8687

CORVETTE 2002
Exc. cond, 14K low miles,
glass top, Silver/Black.
31,000 813-671-0053
Dodge 1996 Viper RT,
original, white w/blue
stripes, 28k mi, 6 spd,
enous injuries only.
$41,000.81320-9100
DODGE 1997 Stratus .4
door, Auto, AC, Pr
Wnd/ Lks, Well Main-
tained Clean. $2200
OBO. 813-335-7182.
DODGE 1997 Stratus, au-
to, ice cold AC I owner
low miles,full pwr,great
on gas, all in exc cond.
$3200813-943-9564
You can unload your
washerwithanadinap-
pliances, class 416.


Automobiles IAutomobies
SFor Sale 1 For Sale
Dodge 2000 Intrepid, LEXUS 2001 GS300. auto.
loaded, 4dr, garage 98K miles, black/tan
kept, low miles, immac- ithr, dealer svcd books
late condition. & records $18,950.
$5800obo. 813-870-1556 727-459-6508
DODGE 2000 Neon, red, Lexus2002GS430,Millen-
good cond. 1 owner nium silver, black leath-
runs well, 84K mi.L $300 er 25k miles, fully load-
obo. 813-349-1779 days ed, navigation system,
or 317-418-2562 eves all power chrome rims,
FORD 1987 Crown stiff under dir warr.
Victoria, 87K orig mi. 302 $34,000.813-817-4889
VS, runs exc $1900 obo. LINCOLN 1993 CONTI-
813-715-4848 714-8431 NENTAL Blue, Auto., 6
Cyl. $1,900
Ford 1987 Thunderbird C 813)254-1273
Turbo Coupe, new paint,
rebuilt engine and tans, UNCOLN 1997TOWNCAR,
orig 90k miles. $1200. Signature, loaded
813-831-5060 clean, new tires 126K
mi. Runs great. $5,600
FORD 1992 TAURUS OBO.352-362-049
93,000 mi, Auto., 6 C. -
$1,600 OBO COLD A/C LINCOLN 1998 Sig Series,
good condition, good pearl white, clean in &
tires. (813) 236-7355 out, runs exc new tires,
FORD 1997 ESCORT 4-dr etc 81$7560 obo
Sdn, 57,390 mil 1-owner, 3-454-5170
auto, remote P/L, P/W, Lincoln 2000 Towncar,
P/M exc cond. $3250. beige, 59,500 miles
813-661-2333 cream Ithr seats good
FORD 1997 TAURUS, newcond, 19mpg. $12,900.
FOR 1997 Us ew 813-910-011SArea.
motor, transmission,
tires extra clean, new LINCOLN 2001 Towncar
condition. $2,500. Cartier, Sedan, 52K Mi,
813-927-1423 For sale by owner, see
mFORD 2000 MUSTANP V6 car at 3822 W. Euclid.
FORD 2000 MUSTANG Vex6 Near Britton Plaza
cement, loaded, dark MERCEDES 1986 560SL
blue. $7200oboDetailed. convertible, stunning
Brandon, 813-417-8485 rich silver blue w/con-
trasting dark navy top &
FORD 2001 MUSTANG perfcleather int Low
white w/blk int, sp V6 both tops probably
many extras, cus om thenicestone nForida
s&tires exccond*6 $17,900 (727)492-1315
Ford 2003 Taurus LX, MERCEES 1990K560SCE,
powerwindows& door excd Euconhd $20K invest-
ocks cruise excellent Sacr $9500.ulo6ving out
condition35K miles. of country 813-973-717

Ford 20034MERCEDES 1992 500SL,
Ford 2003 Thunderbird Red tanI thr, 95k miles,





Ltd o d.CLig $ /b very811en .1 0 .
6036 mies, gar. cvrdI new tires cold AC, runs,



HOD3 199es PrE LD 2 reatd, crean, loaded,
tops (white vinyl & lk $18,90.81 eDP-4585o
cloth) Ken 813-689-2775 13
MERCEDES 1997 e320, exc
strikes, autora go, ld package, man extras,
euto rsd by k white ext b tue int,
Jac d Roush1 miles, $15,200.907-2248
Exc Cond. $33K/obon. 907-2re
813-924-5503 Mercedes 1999 C280,
champagne, tan leather,
HONDA 1995 CI X, C sunroof, auto loaded,
e4drC, 124K mi, A/C, C, exc cond, 3K mi.
50Exc. Cond. Auto, 81375Asking $15000 813-967-7070
S3,200. New Tampa area
all $813-416-5398 MERCEDES 1999 CLK320
HONDA 1996 ACCORDEX, iblackon grey,
4-dr auto, Ithr P/S, verycle on o19,500.
sunr, cold AC, exc cond r813-61i478
Alpine CD 124K mi. 727-647
$4,950. 813-60-2752 MERCEDES 2000 SL500
VH$ONDA 1900 L U 1 E Silver/Black 51K Mi,
HONDA 1996 PRELUDE Loaded, Chrome Wheels,
Auto,AzureBlue,AI Built in Radar, 6CD,
Power, Custom Stereo/ $32,900 813-335-4340
MP3,130 K, Runs & Looks
Great$5500.813.495.3682 MERCEDES Benz 2001 S-
HONDA 1997 ACCORD, c455. White, every option
HONDA 1 A R iavail. GPS, CD, phone,
door White w/Beidge 40K mi. Pristine condo.
intr, 148K mi.,pw, pl, ps. $49,000. 727-647-2177
T $3,100.
Call 813-681-3723 Mercedes 2002 S500,
HONDA 2000 ODS like new, under 7k miles,
HONDA2000 ODYSSEY LX orig owner, underwrty,
56K, Minivan, $15,500, Silver many options.
Pwr. Slidin Doors, $50k.813-716-6666

(good through 100KC MERCEDES 2003 E320
813-495-7443 Cabriolet convertible
HONDA 2002 Accord EX 25K mi, Pewter, perfect
4dr. spd Loaded, 98K, $43,900 ful in evea
1 Owner, Exc. Cond. E5 1ond 7N
$8,750 813-973-7075 MERCEDES Benz 2004 ML
0 410-507-2543,R 350 7K mi, silver/black
Iasthr, sport/ent pkg, snrf
HONDA 2003 ACCORD 2 allpwr, fact warr 3mo.
DR CPE, silver w/ $35Kobo 813-727-4931
Ithr V6 exc cond M42,000
Mis' $19,300 Cafl Scott MERCEDES Benz 2005
813-787-6371 1500. AMG sport pack-
age. Silver w/carcpal.
HONDA2004ACCORD EX- 1 owner, full loaded,
4dr,4cyl, auto, graphite Rstl co ndtlon. Only
all power, sunroof, 14kml K mhe leissego, navi
6yr. 75,000 mi warranty., gation, C, save $20 00.
$20,00 obo813.238-4264 Better than new. iy
HYUNDAI 2003 SONATA $74,000.727-647-2177
36,000 mi, White, Sedan Mercury 1994 Grand Mar-
Auto Leather. Sunroof, .quls. fully..1oaded,Vthr
V65$11,000 086 int, 40k miles pwr pkg,
Bargain great value keyless. $4000obo.
813545-2841 813-5907-0945
InflniU 1999 130 loaded, Mercur 1996 Grand
sunroof, all pwr, Ithr, Marus, 115K mi air,
ori.ownerN/SioPet fullyloaded very clean.
/children K. $8,900.
Owner 813-805-6706 Call813-949-9545
INFINITI 2001 130T, 85K MEiRCURY 1999 MYSTIQUE
mi, Gold, ithr, sunroof PW/PL, cruise, A/C,
touring pkg, $14,0 4 cylinder, new tires 90K
obo. Must see! mciRunsd reat$2.
813-263-681 813.933.5108813.215993
JAGUAR 1999 XK8 MINI 2004 Cooper,
4r VRed/thite, $165,00 obe
convertible,53K mi, good941-08-8498 Pics/info
condition,chrome whls www.car.ajourney
$25,000 813-541-259 rememberedcom
KA 2001 RIOOnly 17,900 MITSUBISHI 1998 Spyder
miles, good condition, convertible Green, all
still under warranty pwr, AC, 56K mA, good
Asking $4900 0O. condition. $5,200. Call
813.598-390 813-817-4391
LEXUS 1990 LS400 f l l Nissan 19952 Sentra, 2 drs,
4-dr V8, 100% stock, a cooIAC new 'tires
2nd owner, 60K orig mi ,
looks & runs new $12K mus' see. 2006;Eve''
727 688-1565 nings 813-9G37420
LEXUS 1992,SC400..Spt..' HISSAW4 996 Sentra 4
coupe, white w/old dOWr speed silver,
pkg, leather, naygatiomi e" /fm cass, cold a/c,
sextr new tires,- clean, runs excellent,
$uz,:iou. 81i-43-69 $2500:813-985-2170
LEXUS .---993 F5300P Nissan 1998 Sentra rX.o
WVjs). tint, 12 disc CD, -.' F ,l m n
,.on-smkr, well maint 5con$6 obo
-156K mi. cl3ear3$4900- -Sp A after6pm
obo.813-775 NISSAN.999 .ma.
LEUlS 1998 ES300 4 dr, Lim 56KmIls, --


VISW. 2001 ALTIMAGXE
Lexas 1999 GS 300 4dr, UMITED EDITION Mint
auto, fully loaded, tan Cutl One Owner 64k
W1tan leather interior, mi Auto., New tires,
extra clean. Brand new Will sell fast, 18,300
chrome 2X arims, brand. Must See (81.3) 56-
$17,500 obo 813-376-0314 SpOt Advertising Wore


6491 Automobiles
'I For Sale
NISSAN 2002 ALTIMA 2.5
auto, A/C, AM/ FM/CD
all pwr, fog lights mud
flaps green, 39k mi,
$14,300 813-546-3337
S500 Police Impounds.
Hondas, Chevys,
Toyotas, etc. from $500.
For listing 800-749-8167,
ext 4124.
PONTIAC 1987 SUNBIRD
Convertible, Med. Blue,
AC, runs well. $800.
813-885-9216

PONTIAC 1999 Trans Am.
RAM Air, T-Tops, BIk,
Auto, Dealer main. 98K
mi Loaded $13,900
(727) 217-9021
PONTIAC 2002 Firebird,
red, 5spd, 29k mi, cruise,
V6, CD player,
813-220-7793
PORSCHE 1980 928 95K
mi, just serviced, all
records $7500.
813-884-1823

PORSCHIE 1991911 67,000
ml, White, Convertible, 5
Speed 2 WD new top
$26 ,000 obo, Must Sell
813-294-7595
Porsche 2001 911, Per-
fect, Triple BIk, Only 6K,
Loaded, 18" whlsNe
$77K reduced $52,9b0 obo
Full Wrnty 863-680-3434
Saturn 1995 SL2, pwr
steering, tiltwhl CD.du-
al bags, ABS fraction
cntrl, auto, 137k miles,
$2006obo. 813-546-4805
Scon 2005 XB, 5spd, polar
white, many extras,
3000 miles save thou-
sands $14k for quick
sale, leaving country.
813-263-5223
Subaru 1996 Legacy 92k
mi, auto, good gas mile-
age,PW, 4cyl, AW drive,
aoys, spoiler, sporty,
$3500.813-043-0605
TOYOTA 1996 Camry DX
Coupe, 59k ini, red,
5spd, very good cond.
$4200,813-251-6610

TOYOTA 1998 Corolla
4DR, auto, 61K mi. $5500.
813-961-2133

Toyota 2000 Camry, V6,
all power options,
alarm, one owner, mini
condition. $10,000.
813-879-8991.872-7640
TOYOTA 2000 CAMRY LE,
new tires and battery,
very clean.
$8,800.
Call 813-689-4420
TOYOTA 2000 Corolla CE
4D, 4cyl, 1.8L, auto, ac,
ps, pw, pd, am/fm cass,
cruise tilt 86K mi.
$5000obo 813-961-6735
TOYOTA 2002 Avalon XLS
perfect cond, black,
loaded, mnroof spoiler,
p premium sound +. Only
$17,900.813-910-0699
Toyota 2003 Camry LE,
silver, loaded, power,
keyless, alarm, 1 owner,
mint condo w/ warranty
$13,200813-810-5541
TOYOTA 2003 Echo 28,900
miles, 46mpg, Beautiful
Aqua, Runs great, $8,900
813 269-4665
Toyota '99 Camry CE-
Pewter, Tires/Tint
Audiow/warr. Low miles
clean Int Prem. audio
$7999813-598-7396.
VOLVO 1996 850 LT
very clean, runs & drives

ma lnea $4500 obo.
813.818.7391813.309.6275
Volvo 1997 960, exc cond,
black, sunroof, CD
$5900 813-625-1100

VOLVO 2000 SE70 White,
clean, 54K mi., all power
sunroo, CD player, cold
A/C', gooconffon.
$13,200Aobo813-915-9292
VOLVO 2001 HT 30k mi,
Navy Blue 27MTG, Con-
vertible, 5Speed, 2 WD,
4 Cyl. $22,995, Super Buy
(813)727-0197
VOLVO 200 C70 2.3L HT
Coupe, silver, loaded,
automatic, 63K miles,
$17,900
Call 813-390-5770
VW 1997 Cabrio Hi-Line
Cony. Green, grey Ithr,
125K miles, 5spd, 6CD,
runs.ireat,Wc cond.
$52o8. 33352468
VW 1998 CABRIO, 65K
miles; White terior &


,VW 1999 Passat V6, auto,

loys snrif, exc corn, re-
cenrtires, batt & brakes,
70K, $8500 813-642-8813
VW2001'EEfT.ES.red,
5 spd, blk leather, sunrf,
all power, non smoker.
excellent condition, 40k.
$9,850.813-892-5125
VW 2001 Jetta GLX., VR6,
Silver, 5spd,56K mi new
tires, 6 disc CD, tia exc
cond, non-smoker
$12,50 813-244-2018


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