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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE


IECOURIER


THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


NATIONAL GUARD DEPLOYMENT


in the
NEWS


NATION TOUR
The Plant City Police
Department has
settled into its new
headquarters and
is opening it up to
guided tours this
weekend.
PAR I


RLIGION

The Rev. Alan Beaver
is leaving First Unite
Methodist Church
after a five-year
tenure.
AGE 11


"You represent one of our nation's great resources, You are patriots, one and all." BRIG. GEN. STEENILLACORTA


BRIGGS


Jim Redman accepts
the Heritage Award
from the Plant City
Photo Archives, Inc.
PAGE 8


INDEX


UDtVI BIU tlNl'PhnO[os
Florida National Guardsman Dennis Lewis and his wife, Christina, share one of their last moments together before Dennis leaves for
Indiana on his way to an 18-month deployment to Kuwait. The couple were married last month.




Answering The Call


CALENDAR
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CLASSIFIED
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Members of Plant City's National Guard
unit leave family and friends behind for
a deployment to Kuwait.


*fa LV By TONY MARRERO
Stnarrero@mediageneral.com
CROSSWORD Sgt. Jeremy Ham says he's
UEi 5 ready.
.................... For the last three years, Flori-
POUCEBEAT da's National Guard units have
PAGE 10 been called up to support
...............I....... Operation Iraqi Freedom. Now,
as a member of the Guard's 3rd
PLACNTICT DIGEST Battalion, 116th Field Artillery
fAGE 4 Regiment based in Plant City, it's
....................... H am 's turn.
WORSHIP "Now we get to do our part,"
pAg H said Ham, a 26-year-old Plant


City High School graduate who
lives in Plant City with his girl-
friend, Stephanie, and their 2-
year-old daughter, Taylor. "It's
what we're trained for."
Ham was one of more than 50
members of the battalion who
shared a few last hours with their
family in the vast main hall of the
Sumpter Lowry Armory on Air-
port Road Saturday before leav-
ing for Indiana's Camp Atterbury,
where they will make final prep-
arations for an 18-month deploy-


Tears flow as Sylvia Warren hugs
her son one last time before his
departure.
ment to Kuwait. They are
expected to leave for the Middle
East later this summer.
Officials gave few details about
what the unit will do in Kuwait as
part of what they described as a


"command and control" mission.
The battalion, which is trained
and prepared to operate and
maintain multiple-launch rock-
ets, has been activated to work in
a security force, said the regi-
ment's commander, Lt. Col. Mat-
thew Hearon.
When asked about the chances
of the unit crossing over for duty
in Iraq, 2nd Lt. Ira Bryant said,
"Slim to none come to mind."
About 200 of the regiment's
430 members live in Plant City.
Within 60 to 90 days another 300
members of the battalion,
including several women at 'a
Wauchula attachment, will travel
to the military police training
See MILITARY, Page 12


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At left, Spc. Robert Duncan, 32, spends his last few moments with his
family, including daughters Brooke, Haley and wife, Lisa. Duncan has had
two previous deployments to the Middle East and volunteered for this
one. At left, the deploying members of the Florida Army National
Guard's 3rd Battalion, 116th Field Artillery Regiment, gather in formation
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CALENDAR

FRIDAY
Church yard sale
God is Love Outreach,
2209 W. Reynolds St., will
host a yard sale June 9-11
beginning at 9 a.m. each
day.
There will appliances.
clothes, baby items and
more.

SATURDAY
Benefit yard sale
First Baptist Church of
Plant City will host a bene-
fit yard sale at its Singles
Ministry budding, 103 E.
Baker St., from 8 a.m. to
noon.
The sale will include fur-
niture and other
miscellaneous items. Deal-
ers and vendors welcome.
Proceeds benefit Step-
pin' Stone Farm in Lithia, a
facilir) for at-risk girls.
Donations accepted.

TUESDAY
Race relations study circle
Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St.
will host a "Race Relation'.
Study Circle" June 14 from
7 o 8-45 p.m.
Call: 757-4215.

WEDNESDAY
Putnam's rep
to meet constituents
A caseworker from the
office ot U.b. Rep. Adam
Putnam will be available to
meet with constituents ot
the 12th Congressional
District lune 15 from 9:30
to 10 a.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 021
McLendcun St.
Constituents who are
experiencing problems
with Sociaj Security, Medi-
care. Veterans Affairs or
other federal agencies may
meetxih th the caseworker
ring ainy written
intorniation or documen-
talinm that will allow the
caseworker to provide

See CALENDAR, Page 20


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Ten percent of honey contains dormant
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When consumed, the spores can release
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under 12 months of age. According to
the CDC. infants with botulism are
lethargic, constipated, feed poorly.
have poor muscle tone and a weak cry.
The effects can range from mild illness
to severe paralysis or sudden death.
Many parents know not to give honey
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Police Department Settles Into New Headquarters


PUBLIC TOUR IS THIS
WEEKEND
ByTONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
When a Plant City couple
were brutally murdered in
their Gordon Street home
earlier this year, the case took
top priority at the Plant City
Police Department.
It also put into stark relief
the limitations of the depart-
ment's headquarters, a former
grocery store on Collins
Street.
Because of a lack of space
and a poorly laid-out floor
plan, Chief Bill McDaniel was
forced to seal off part of the
building during the investiga-
tion, which would eventually
lead to the arrest of a suspect.
"I lost a major part of the
traffic pattern and lost a train-
ing room for five or six weeks
while investigating that case,"
he said.
There are no such concerns
now. The department has all
but settled into its new home
at One Police Place, located at
the end of Williamette Drive,
off East Alexander Street, and
there is plenty of room to
operate and to grow.
"We've definitely shifted
from a 'get-by' to a 'first-class'
mentality," McDaniel said.
The public will get a chance
to tour the facility this week-
end. An open house is slated
for June 11 from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Admission is free.
There also will be demon-
strations by the department's
motorcycle unit; several vehi-
cles from various other law
enforcement agencies, includ-
ing helicopters, armored
rescue vehicles and SWAT
trucks; weapons and other
equipment on display; K-9
demonstrations; and compli-
mentary refreshments.
McDaniel urged residents
to attend the open house.
"This is the public's best
chance to see what they've
built. It's their police station,"
he said, adding that the guided
tours will likely be the last
chance to see several parts of
the building.


f


TONY MARRERO/Staff photos
"We've definitely shifted from a 'get-by' to a 'first-class' mentality," said Plant City Police Chief
Bill McDaniel about department's move to the new 68,000-square-foot police headquarters.


Communications center employees Molly Best, front, and Tonya
Taylor monitor the department's new, state-of-the-art equip-
ment.


A 21st century headquarters
It is no quick tour.
The $6.4 million retrofit of
the former AutoNation vehicle
conditioning facility uses
every bit of the sprawling
68,000-square-foot building.
At the old facility, the


department's 100-member
staff was crammed together in
the 25,400-square-foot space.
The new building is sepa--
rated into several suites to
allow each component of the
department space to work.
And the technology is cutting


edge.
Some-highlights:
An existing guard station
was transformed into a
welcome center where staff
members greet visitors and
guide them into the complex.
The communications
suite, with its brand new,
state-of-the-art equipment, is
the heart of the building,
McDaniel said. A fire-suppres-
sion system uses gas, not
water, to minimize damage in
the even that it's triggered.
The spacious Criminal
Investigations suite features
an office for each captain and
cubicles for detectives- and
other employees
Electrically operated steel
shutters over windows in a
large space near the cpmmu-
nications suite create a secure
environment when the build-
ing is used as an Emergency
Operations Center, or EOC.
During EOC operations, as
many as 50 people will use Ihe
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City To Consider


SOME REQUIRE CITY
COMMISSION APPROVAL
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gn6wman@mediageneral.com
Controlling growth in the city is not all
about placing new housing develop-
ments and businesses inside the city
limits.
Providing city staff with the best possi-
ble employees, giving them an efficient
working model, and an adequate
number of workers also is key to growth
control, said City Manager David Sollen-
berger.
"Plant City is facing an extraordinary
period of change that must be met with
careful but immediate planning," Sol-
lenberger said. "We are already in the
process of preparing for the future. City
staff, consultants and committees in the


PLANT CITY DIGEST


Sellers Sings Swan Song
After 13 Years At Chamber
There are lots of things Ellen Sellers
will miss about her job as finance coor-
dinator for the Greater Plant City Cham-
ber of Commerce: helping with the
monthly and annual events such as Bike
Fest and Pig Jam; meeting new mem-
bers; getting out into the community.
And then there is the singing. Sellers'
co-workers, Al Collinge and Nancy
Benedict, are known for their impromptu
duets.
"They have a song for everything,"
Sellers said on her last day recently. "I'm
carrying my plants out and Al's got a
song for me."
Sellers and her family are moving to
Sanford, just east of Orlando, where her
husband of 17 years, Kevin, works as a
sales manager for Shields Environ-
mental. The couple have two children,
Zachary, 13, and Kendale, 7.
Raised in Turkey Creek, Sellers gradu-
ated from Plant City High School in
1986, when she joined the chamber
through an internship program.
Starting as a secretary, Sellers was the
chamber's third full-time staff member.
She moved into the office manager job
in 1995 before a gradual transition into
the finance coordinator position.
But, she said, "I've done just about
everything."
She didn't think she would stay this
long, but Sellers said the chamber "is
like a family."


- chamber of commerce are identifying
changes needed to face the expected
growth. Part of that will include some
internal structural changes within the
city staff."
First and foremost will be the need to
replace the city public works director.
Current director Kathy Burke is leaving
the city after 13 years to join a private
engineering firm. Her resignation is
effective July 15.
"Kathy has been vital to the success of
the city for a number of years," Sollen-
berger said. "Her work as city engineer
and as the public works director has
been outstanding. She won't be easy to
replace, but we will have to get it done.
We will miss her."
Sollenberger also plans to ask the city
commission to approve hiring an assis-
tant city manager.
"While I continue overseeing the day-


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Ellen Sellers has left the chamber after
13 years. She said she will miss the pace.
"There's always something happening
here," she said.

"We spend so much time together,
that's how it needs to be," she said.
She said she has enjoyed watching
Plant City grow, and the chamber's fast
pace.
"We got through with one event and it
was on to the next one," she said.
"There's always something happening
here."
As Sellers packed up her office, Col-
linge and the others were singing her
praises.
"She was always that person you could
go to for information," said Collinge, the
chamber's tourist information special-
ist.
"She knows everything," said tourist
information coordinator Jane Gonzalez.


f Changes

to-day business of the city, I will ask the
commission to open a staff position that
will manage all the growth and planning
items that are and will continue to flood
this office," Sollenberger said. "That will
be a new budget item that I will present
to the commission during budgeting
workshops for consideration between
now and the end of the fiscal year (Sept.
30)."
Other staffing changes will probably
occur during that time. Sollenberger
plans to separate the engineering
department from public works. The
management staff in public works will
be relocated from city hall to offices on
Victoria Street.
"There will be more changes made in
the near future that will help the city staff
work more efficiently and help
coordinate our efforts," Sollenberger
said.


"It's not going to be the same."
Sellers position won't be filled.
Instead, the chamber will contract the
job out to ICC Accounting.
As for Sellers, she said she would wait
a bit before making a foray back into the
work world.
"I want to make sure the kids are
happy and settled," she said.
Tony Marrero

Family Was Shoe-In
For Ad Campaign
If three of the faces in Rack Room
Shoes' latest ad campaign look familiar,
it could be because you know them.
Plant City residents Kathy Davis, her
daughter Cassie 'McClelland and her
granddaughter Eliza were chosen to
appear in a Rack Room Shoes "Buy One,
Get One 50% Off Sale" campaign.
The company held a "Models Wanted"
competition, a promotion that offers
customers a chance to be in upcoming
advertisements for the company. Win-
ners were selected from all over the
country. The names and hometowns of
the winners are featured in the ads.
Cassie McClelland was surprised
when she found out that they had been
chosen.
"We didn't think we had been picked
since it had been awhile since we had
filled out our forms, but we were very
excited," said McClelland, 23.
See DIGEST, Page 23


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Wins Reality

Show

PART OF 'ENDURANCE 3:
HAWAII' TEAM
By SCOTT E. RUPP
srupp@mediageneral.com
This local survivor had the
endurance to outwit, outplay
and outlast 18 other teens
recently on the Discovery Kids
Saturday morning show
"Endurance: Hawaii."
Now those who missed it
have a chance to watch her in
action again, as Discovery is
re-airing the last three epi-
sodes June 11, 18 and 25.
Times may vary, so check
local listings.
Lindi Oest, the 14-year-old
Dover girl who beat out more
than 20,000 teens for one of
the spots on the daytime
Emmy-nominated show, and
her teammate, Chris Vander-
wier of St. Augustine, traveled -
to Kauai, Hawaii, an island
jungle that is one of the wet-
test spots in the world. Oest
won the "Survivor"-type
show's grand prize a trip to
the Galapagos Islands plus
all the notoriety that goes
along with it.
Oest said it rained all the
time, and with no electricity
or communication with the
outside world the experience
became a test of wills and a
need to survive.
"The conditions were
harsh," she said, "but it was a
lot of fun. I really excelled at
the physical challenges."
"Endurance" is a test of
teens' physical, mental and
emotional skills through chal-
lenges built around concepts
of trust, courage and team-
work. Much like the well-
known "Survivor" on CBS, the
show provides challenges for
the two-person teams to over-
come in order to advance
while another team is elimi-
nated.
A self-proclaimed "girlie-
girl," Oest said she's really
competitive. After her audi-
tion in Orlando, she had to
submit a homemade video of
herself, her room and her
hobbies. A natural athlete,
See SHOW, Page 20


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HCC's impact on the community is huge.
* 94% of HCC graduates remain in the area, contributing to the local economy.
* College graduates generally make twice as much money as individuals who have only a high school diploma.
* The children of college graduates are three times as likely to attend college.
* Our graduates may be the nurse who cares for you in the hospital, the technician who takes your X-rays,
the architect who designs your house or your child's teacher.


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BRANDON
(813) 253-7802

www.hccfl.edu


DALE MABRY
(813) 253-7202


HCC-MACDILL
(813) 840-0015


PLANT CITY YBOR CITY
(813) 757-2102 (813) 253-7602


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8 THE COURIER JUNE 9,2005


F A MIL Y


LI V ING


BETTY'S PLACE


ENGAGEMENTS


Rogers-Chriswisser
Jack Chriswisser
and Karen Tomar-
chio of Plant City
announce the
engagement of their
son, Kevin, to Melissa
Rogers. She is the
daughter of Patrick
and Patricia Rogers
Jr. of Southwest
Ranches.
A June 18 wedding
is planned at St.
Mark's Catholic
Church in Fort Lau-
derdale.


Photo courtesy Stan Kolker
Jim Redman accepts the Heritage Award during the Plant City Photo Archives' "Evening of Picture
Picture Perfect Memories" gala June 4. Local historian and last year's recipient D.E. Bailey, center,
presented the award. Also shown is Ed Verner, president and founder of the archives.


Picture Perfect Memories


In a show of strength and
unity, surrounded on all sides
by photos of veteran service-
men, a record 250 guests.
spent a very fun evening June
4 at the Plant City Photo
Archives annual gala, "An
Evening of Picture Perfect
Memories."
The fundraising event for
the nonprofit group honored
our local veterans, including
Jim Redman, who received
the Heritage Award for his
contribution to the commu-
nity. Presenting the award
was last year's recipient,
author, historian and former
educator D.E. Bailey, who also
was Jim's high school English
and speech teacher.
The event at the Red Rose
Ball Room Ramada Inn
featured a champagne


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


reception, dinner and a
Broadway musical presenta-
tion performed by David and
Cheryl Chernault and
Raquela.
The Plant City "troops"
were in delightful and enter-


training hands with the
honorable Judge James
Moody opening the evening
and Ed Verner, president and
founder of the archive, closing
it.
Stanley Kolker presented
the history trivia quiz and
Bailey gave a touching and
fun tribute to his former
student, whose appreciation
remarks brought a long-
standing ovation. Redman
was accompanied by his wife,
Ruby Jean, a former Straw-
berry Queen, and daughters
Susan Sullivan, Jeanne Knotts,
Pam Bowden and their
families. Hal Brewer's table
won the history trivia quiz -
yes, again!
The photo archive will soon

See BRIGGS, Page 19


Christopher Stanaland
and Jennifer Stewart


Sparkman-Capo
Steve and Terry Sparkman
of Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Joanna Jeanne, to James
Christopher "Chris" Capo of
Atlanta. He is the son of John
and Jean Capo of Big Canoe,
Ga., and Ken and Nina Neal of
Alpharetta, Ga.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Plant City High School
and Florida State University,
where she earned a degree in
media communication. She is
currently manager of commu-
nications and marketing for
the Georgia State Golf Associ-
ation in Marietta, Ga.
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Marist High
School in Atlanta and Georgia
Tech, where he earned a
degree in management. His is
currently assistant director of


Melissa Rogers and Kevin Chriswisser

SStewart-Stanaland
James E. and Debra A.
Stewart Jr. of Plant City anno-
unce the engagement of their
daughter, Jennifer Michelle,
to Christopher Heath Stana-
land, the son of Cecil and
Annette Stanaland of Plant
City.
The bride-elect is a 1998
graduate of Durant High
School.
The prospective groom is a
1995 graduate of Plant City
High School.
A March 2006 wedding is
planned.


Christopher Capo
and Joanna Sparkman
communications for the Geor-
gia Tech Athletic Association.
A July 23 wedding is planned
at 6 p.m. at First Baptist
Church of Plant City. They will
live in Marietta.


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


IN UNIFORM


Blood drives
BloodNet USA will sponsor the following
blood drives:
June 10 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Palm
Harbor Homes, 605 S. Frontage Road.
June 10 from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Wal-
Mart Plant City, 2602 Jim Redman Parkway.
Call: 687-8925.

Red Cross classes
The Tampa Bay Chapter of the American Red
Cross offers the following courses at The Spring
of Plant City, 701 Tillman Park Place, during
June:
Adult CPR, June 17 from 1 to 5 p.m.
Infant/child CPR, June 21 from 9 a.m. to 2:
30 p.m.
First aid, June 26 from 1 to 5 p.m.
Adult CPR and first aid, June 28 from 9 a.m.
to 2:30 p.m.
Call: 1-877-741-1444, Ext. 850, or visit
www.redcrosstbc.org. There are no prerequi-
sites for taking any Red Cross course.

Patriotic art contest
The UPS Store has partnered with Ms. Che-
rie's Art Studio to sponsor "Proud to be an
American, a 4th of July Celebration" art con-
test.
Some 30 youngsters ages 5 to 17 are partici-
pating. Each participant will be provided a box


and supplies to create a Fourth of July design.
Yvonne Crissy, with the Mook Art Gallery of
Brandon, will judge the entries on creativity,
display of color and best use of the theme. All
entries will be on display at The UPS Store
through July 11.
The first-place winner in each category will
have an opportunity to design another patri-
otic box, which will be filled with donated items
and shipped by The UPS Store to military per-
sonnel serving overseas. Each participant is
encouraged to make a donation of personal
items, such as shampoo, toothpaste and candy.
All donated items will be included in the pack-
age sent to the troops. Commonly requested
items include shampoo, deodorant and non-
perishable snack food.
Call: 754-5533.

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


See ROUNDUP, Page 19


Jones
Army Staff Sgt. Todd R.
Jones is deploying to Afgha-
nistan to serve as a member of
Combined Joint Task Force-
76. Jones is regularly assigned
to the 13th Military Police
Company based at Caserma
Ederle, Vicenza, Italy,
Jones, a squad leader, is the
son of Viki S. Juzwiak of
Tampa. His wife, Fawn, is the
daughter of Charles Haught
and Sandria Haught, both of
Plant City.
He is a 1996 graduate of
Leto High School.

Kirkland
Navy Seaman Joshua F.
Kirkland was recently
deployed to the European
Central Command maritime
area while assigned to the
amphibious assault ship USS
Saipan, homeported in Nor-
folk, Va.


Kirkland is a 2003 graduate
of Durant High School. He
joined the Navy in September
2004. He is the son of Jill M.
Abrams and Jack D. Kirkland,
both of Plant City.

Maze
Army Spc. Peter Maze has
graduated from basic training
at Fort Sill,
Okla.
He is an
operating
room special-
ist currently
% serving at Fort
Campbell, Ky.
He is
attached to
the 101st
Maze Front Line
Trauma Unit,
and has a tentative deploy-
ment date to Iraq this fall.
He is the son of Michael and
Janet Maze of Plant City.


Say you saw it in The Courier


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JUNE 9,2005 THE COURIER 9


COMMENTARY



Sparkman's Leadership Recalls Rudy


By JERRY LOFSTROM
I discovered the marc by accident.
It was Christmastime 1995. I was
a foreigner in a small town steeped
in Southern tradition. It was a time
for me when every experience was a
new experience, every acquain-
tance a new acquaintance, every
day a new discovery.
We were readying the old Herring
Drug Store for what would later
become the Whistle Stop Cafe.
As I stared out the store window
onto a town known for its friendly
people and small-town charm, I
saw three "well-organized" ladies
wandering about. They toted a pen
and clipboard and offered a friendly
smile as they answered a call from
the chamber of commerce to judge
the storefronts of downtown to
determine the "Best Window
Display for Christmas 1995."
I asked my friend, "Who's the
pretty blond on the right?"
"Oh, that's Mike Sparkman's
wife", he whispered.
"Who's he," I asked. His response
was a look reserved for those of us
who should know better. Nothing
more was said on that chilly
December evening.
I would meet Mike Sparkman for
the first time on a warm August
afternoon dressed in casual walking
shorts toting a set of blueprints and
exhorting his vision for the renova-
tion of downtown Plant City. He
had a courtroom style demeanor
about him that would summon me
to attention and force me to
recognize the seriousness of his
calling.
Underneath the surface I would


later discover a man of kindness,
generosity and gentle persuasion. I
would privately refer to him as
"Rudy" out of respect for his gifts of
leadership to captain the team, to
steer the ship, to lead our city. The
multiple-term mayor and city
commissioner would mean to Plant
City what Giuliani meant to New
York City. And he would mean more
to me than just the man with the
beautiful wife.
A.fifth-generation child of Plant
City, Sparkman grew up nurtured
by the principled culture of the
South and the gentle and loving
hands of his mother and father. His
character and integrity are deeply
rooted in his family, his community
and church life.
He owned his own kerosene
delivery business at the age of 16
and learned early the meaning of
hard work and discipline. He was so
good at the business it's been told
that when he was delivering fuel to
family homes he could jump the
fence, deliver the fuel, and get back
to the truck before the dog got to
him.
He would later use these skills to
navigate through Plant City's
political system to bring about
necessary changes to our city.
Look around and you will see
Mike Sparkman's fingerprints all
over a better Plant City: a new city
hall; the McCall Park renovation
that paved the way for the revitali-
zation of the historic downtown
district; Sam Cooper Park; the
Bruton Memorial Library renova-
tion; the Robert R. Trinkle civic
center at Hillsborough Community


College; the softball complex; the
police department's new high-tech
facility off Alexander Street; the fire
department's strategically located
fire stations and trained EMS
personnel; the YMCA; the Boys &
Girls Club.
The list goes on.-
The U.S. Attorney's Office investi-
gation into our police department
in 2001 was an illustration of
Sparkman's courage and convic-
tion. Reacting to the investigation,
he invested himself both politically
and personally into the fray by
defending Plant City and the
department.
Sparkman would later say that
his involvement was the result of
doing the right thing when Plant
City and its people are attacked
unfairly. I have often wondered
what would have happened to this
town if it weren't for Mike Spark-
man and his fierce love for Plant
City.
Those of us who care about a
better Plant City owe him a debt of
gratitude.
His career as Plant City's public
servant will soon come to an end
and the life of our city will enter
into a season of change on June 13.
After 16 years of public service, the
man who is known by many as "Mr.
Plant City" will step down as mayor
and walk away from city hall and
take the quiet ride home as John Q.
Public.
To me, he will always be known
as "Rudy."

Jerry Lofstrom is co-owner of the
Whistle Stop Caf# in Plant City.


CLUB NOTES


Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan Club meets the
first and third Thursday of every month at
6:45 a.m. at Kristii's Restaurant, 110 E. Rey-
nolds St.
Call: Pat Pogue, 754-4680.

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

PCHS Class of '65
The Plant City High School Class of 1965
will host its 40-year reunion June 10-11.
Classmates are asked to call Peggy Gibbs
with their current address and phone
numbers.
Also, those with information on other
classmates or who wish to find out more
about the event can call Gibbs at 754-
1092.

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

Florida A&M Alumni Association
The Florida A&M University National
Alumni Association Plant City Chapter
meets every fourth Monday at 6:30 p.m. at
Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church,
911 E. Warren St.
Call: Bea Crowell, 752-0451.


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high school, middle and elementary schools at FishHawk Ranch are top-rated in the
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in the classroom everybody has those. It's the people. Parents and teachers
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To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Naasha Davis at 65-439.

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


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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover Domer Rd 6 Downing St.
659.2601)
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
.llen Chapel. 1109 r. Laura St.
"52-'389
Mount Olive: I113 It Madison 51
Mount Olive: Horton Rd.
3-3.2628
APOSTOLIC
. samblea .postolica:
1501 Colson Rd. "3'.3496
.tposlolic Church
of Jesus (hrist:
1212V I Reynolds. 4"".5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Lithia, 685-4240
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
Thonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
1110N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-
Polk County Line, 752-0532
Faith lighthouse:
3409 SR 9 .. '52-1885
[irf' Plant ( Hi:
(harlie Griffln Rd,
F ojSR 19 "52-3351
fort.tlafia cornerr of South Hwy. 39
& Snillet Rd. 3'-4656
hAetsille: SR 6fn, 737-4803
.Mount lion:
1-i at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove
furker (reek Rd. 737-3529
I t/on' tWorship Center:
Counitr Line Rd. 754-6089
Sjdner: Srdner Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Srdney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
rurkevr reek: -
Turker (reek Rd. 754-5372
BAPTIST
.Ihara. Turkey (reek Rd,
\. of R 60. ~'-3739
.lafia Baptist-
222.11afia (bhutrch Rd, 634-8845
.Intioh. /Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea. SR 39 S. "37-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 9 Renfro St,
'51-2239
Beulah: Illen 6 County Line Rd,
litbia. "3"-1122
Bible: Chbarlie Griffin Rd,
'52-28-5
Burcbumood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Caliarn Free Will:
3539 trapnell Rd E.
cedar 6rove: E. Keysville Rd,
'3'-1234
(enlral of lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
(burch on the Rock:
301 F. Alsobrook. 752-3740
Community Christian:
1310 A. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
crossroads : SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
3"-1211
Dover Eastside: Countryside Baptist
Church. 2820 Gallagher, 571-8200
Dorer First: .. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Fastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
5-1-2681
East Thonotassa: McIntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd. 986-4346
faithb Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. 754-6661
First Bapist hurch of Midway:
Midway Rd, '52-'209
first Baptist litbia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
iaibia-Pinecrest Rd. 737-1121
First Plant City:
503 .. Palmer. '52-4104


first lhonolosaisa Missionart,:
Mclntosh Rd. 986- "56
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 I. Knights Griffin Rd.
986-"165
HIopeuell: 5R39 5. "3"-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman IHu,.
"52-49"2.
lebanon: Branch forbes Rd.
'52-2006
lone Oak: lone Oak Rd.
"5i-52"8
,lount Mioriah Freenwill:
Itarren C-Jolmson St. "54-439"
Mount Mtoriah Freet.ill:
20i2 C(lson Rd. "3.- 190
h.Iount Olire: 604 I. Ball St.
'54-3834i
,en' IHope Freeull
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside:
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh Baptist Church:
905W Terace Dr., 754-7445
Springhead" S. Wiggins Road,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Community Church:
907 E. Laura St,
54.-1616
Srdne.: 1510 (re Rd. 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W GranfieldAve,
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:
MclntosbRd, Nof SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:
5209 Smtb-RyalsRd
Dover- Downing St, 659-2900


Plant Cit\: 2103 M.ndlake Rd.
52-4591
turkey (reek: furke, Creek Rd
at SR 60. "3"-1331
Thonotosassa:
1"02 .. parlor Rd. 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson Indianal
hingstray First: 2808 Kinswar ,V..
Seffner. 65"-"500
Plant Cily. Grace Fellowship
'"3 .lsobrook 51t. 361-8190
first: ,. Gordon and Baker St.
"52-6-i38
Gospel tabernacle:
illen & Itaines 51
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
'28 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1I08 F. lomlin St. "54. 1133
Deeper life Fellowship:
(owllla Rd, of SR 39 \.
Revital Outreach Center:
225 ,V. Dover Rd. 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church ofJesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. HillsboroughAve,
754-2674-
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center. U.S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian
Orthodox Church:
3820 Moores Lake Rd,
Dover, 659-0123


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Trinity United

Methodist Church
-402 Englih t i. Plam COn
Invites you to
Sunday Worship i 0o.30am
Inspiring Music
directed b Lmnda \~' -l.cr.:.n olapn :[:r.
Powerful Bible Preaching

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Jen 1.1,uld. C-h ldre,-' r'; tor
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God's Squad Youth Service
led by Trey Morris, Youth Pastor
Sunday at 5:30pm
752-9316


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
Ot Iof 574 Dovenr
Sunday Masses
7am,10 30am & 12 15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(Oh I 1, Exit 21 Soutn y
(813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly: *
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802 First uf
Living Waters Foursquare M e t
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528 1M Itho
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W Mahoney St, 757-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal l
Church of God: I Plant C
3301 Clemons Rd. "54."088 303 N. Evers St
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Do-vnto, Pan
Dover: Moore's Lake & Holine.ss i3.ro- ", trn, rHalf. p
(hurdh Rd. 659-1301 : 4- 351 co
Chumrh of the Living God: IORSHIP HO
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840 WORhp MU
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PRESBYTERIAN I r i ce
Evangelical Plant City: 'C am -I Ccmntemporar
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383 r, -The I |le,
First Presbyterian Plant City: 100 am unda h
404 W. Reynolds St, 752-4211 Chadren Ad
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS 1 X am Trdithonal W,
Walk with God Ministry: The irctupar
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Sunday & S
Plant City: 2203 Strawberr, Dr. E 'r
752-4694 'w' th,': li,
LVedne
SOUTHERN METHODIST ChilJdren,',
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd, 15' -
754-5968 Open Hearts, Open Minds
l x'iv tunip..pLtntc
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRISTnt
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998 .
UNITED METHODIST.
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd.
754-3233 S H L
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St. B A P T I
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St, CH
659-3718 Joe Bowles, P
Sunset Heights: WalterDr' Sunday School for
754-2441
Springbead: 2305 Sparkman Rd. Sunday',. 9.00
752-5751 Sunday Worship S
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St, 10.15 a.m. and, 6 C
757-6051 Tuesday Nig
Thonotosassa: Fort King Iu at Women's Scrapbool
Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135 6-30pm
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ALAN BEAVER TO HEAD
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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
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The man some credit as a major
part of the revitalization of the First
United Church of Plant City is moving
on.
The Rev. Alan Beaver, 62, is trans-
ferring to the First United Church in
Lake Wales, giving way to a pastor 10
years his junior, the Rev. Earl Smith,
from Punta Gorda.
"I feel it was time for me to move
on," Beaver said. "I am pleased with
the energy and the revitalization seen
in the church since I arrived. The
membership has become more spirit-
ually enthusiastic. And the financial
involvement has doubled.
"The improvements to the church
property has made the church a cen-
terpiece in the downtown historic
district. The sanctuary has been
restored and improved. I feel that I
leave the church in a better position
than when I arrived."
During Beaver's five-year tenure,
Beaver formed the church's contem-
porary worship service, and the con-
gregation's younger members
became more active, members said.
He also oversaw the purchase and
renovation of the former SunTrust
Bank building on West Reynolds
Street and its conversion into the


Wesley Centre. Many of the church
youth classes are held in the upstairs
of the building. The downstairs audi-
torium, Heritage Hall, provides a
venue for stage per-
i formances, recep-
'- tions, parties and
lJ other programs.
I ."" Part of the project
included a re-
designed streetscape
between the Centre
and the church's
'lt. ?H sanctuary.
Beaver, whose
Beaver service in the Meth-
odist church began
in the seminary in 1968, has served at
nine different churches during his 37-
year career.
Bob Edwards, a First United mem-
ber who was responsible in part for
the purchase of the SunTrust
property, said Beaver has brought
enthusiasm and action to the church.
"In five short years Rev. Beaver has
allowed the church to grow," Edwards
said. "His style is to encourage the
membership, and then help their
vision become a reality. I have been
impressed with his method. The
young members have become a vital
part of the church."
But, as Edwards and Beaver both.
said, the church has a method of its
own, and Beaver is headed for Lake
Wales. The First United Methodist
Church in Lake Wales is at 230 N. Fifth


Beaver's wife, Sylvia, who has
learned to enjoy Plant City, and her
employment at as a teacher of
consumer science at Durant High
School, isn't too keen on the timing of
the move, Beaver admitted.
"Sylvia will continue to teach at
Durant for another year," Beaver said.
"The commute to Lake Wales is 45
minutes to an hour, depending on the
weather and the traffic. She's not
thrilled at all with that. But I am
thankful that I was here in Plant City
during this time."
Beaver gave his last regular Sunday
sermon last week, and his remarks
seemed to fit his tenure at the
church.
"We come to this place with grace
in our hearts," he said. "In grace that
is better than all our sin. We come
giving thanks. The parched earth saw
rain, that brought with it the nutrients
of life. Let them know these facts. Let
us know that we have done business
with the eternal."
Beaver thanked the members of his
church for their faithfulness.
"In the years to come, when I drive
past this place, and I turn my gaze
upon the church, I will think of you
and the many things you have done
for the church and for me," he said.
"The sacrifice that we make today is
done with the gift of a thankful
heart."
Smith has served in Punta Gorda
for eight years. He is expected to take
over at the end of this month.


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MILITARY
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center at Fort Dix, N.J. They will join
the other Plant City unit members in
Kuwait after training.
As a light rain fell outside, family and
friends filled the armory for a deploy-
ment ceremony before sending off
their loved ones with tight embraces
and teary goodbyes.
"I'm sad, but I'm proud," said Ham's
mother, Nancy, who came to the
armory with her husband, Gary, and
daughter, Rebecca.
During the ceremony, several high-
ranking Guard officers had words of
encouragement for the soldiers and
their families.
"You represent one of our nation's
great resources," said Brig. Gen. Steven
Villacorta. "You are patriots, one and
all."
"Your soldiers are going with the
finest NCOs and commanding officers
I've ever served with," Hearon assured
the families.
National Guard Chief of Staff Col.
Jerry Vaughn told the crowd of more
than 200 that the unit's efforts would
provide support during an important
time in the operation, as the new Iraqi
government takes over control and
works to provide security to its own
people.
"You're ready," Vaughn said. "Now
go forth and fulfill your mission and
return to your families."

First time abroad
The Plant City battalion has been
deployed on a number of missions in
Florida, fighting wildfires, providing
seaport security in Miami and, most
recently, helping with hurricane relief.
This is the first time the battalion has
seen an active overseas call-up since
its inception in 1984, though Plant City
Guard members have served in both
world wars.
Several of the soldiers and their
family members said they weren't sur-
prised by the call-up. In fact, several
interviewed Saturday said they
expected it. More than 3,000 of Flori-
da's Army National Guard and Reserve
soldiers have been deployed to the
Middle East in support of the operation
in Iraq.
Still, it's difficult to fully "WlVhat r
prepare when the call
does come, said Lisa feel the
Lolley, who came to say
goodbye to her husband, that it's
Sgt. James Lolley of Mul- City uni
berry.
"I was stunned," she I'm a Ph
said. "But it's part of the
military. That day comes native. I
eventually."
Barbara Curts of Dover I'm not (
came to see off her ingmy
brother, Sgt. 1st Class n my
Mark Carte, who has but also
served for 20 years with-
out taking part in a foreign commu7
conflict. 1ST LT. OLAN
"I was thinking how Florida Nation
lucky we were all these
years," Curts said.
When asked how he felt about leav-
ing, Carte, who will turn 50 this month
- likely while still in Indiana used a
phrase that seemed to describe how
many of his comrades were feeling Sat-
urday: "I've got mixed emotions," he
said.
The deployment means leaving
behind his wife, Susan, four grown
children and the simple pleasures he
won't be able to enjoy over the 18
months, such as the guitar lessons he
has shared with his 12-year-old grand-
son, Joseph.
But, he said, "When you've been in
as long as I have, you always feel like
you owe something to those who have
gone before us."


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The deployed unit is comprised of
all male members, a mix of younger
and older, some with more experience
than others.
Spc. Robert Duncan, 32, is one of
the more seasoned soldiers, with
deployments to both Afghanistan and
Iraq under his belt. That's why he vol-
unteered to go this time even though it
means leaving his wife, Lisa, and three
young daughters, he said.
"This is my unit, these are my guys,"
said Duncan, of Mulberry. "I wanted
to help them out, give a little experi-
ence."
During both of his pre-
akes me vious missions, Duncan
saw some harrowing
est is moments, often coming
Plant under enemy fire. He
said he hopes Kuwait will
and be a little less danger-
t ous.
ntCity "You're still in the
feel like Middle East, but this
time I feel a little bit
nly serv- safer," he said.
country, On the home front
my For the next year and a
r y half, many of the battali-
ity. on's families several
TEPHENS with small children will
i1 Guard have to make do without
their patriarch.
When Dad is gone, the
dynamic at the Duncan household
changes, Lisa Duncan said. It will be
just her and the girls, ages 5, 7 and 11,
with support from extended family
members.
"I have to be the controller of every-
thing," she said. "(The girls) have to
know I'm in charge."
Though there will be the opportu-
nity for phone calls, e-mail is often the
most frequent method of staying in
touch.
Kevin Lolley, 14, said he would faith-
fully keep his father updated.
But, he added, "Probably just the
good things, so he doesn't worry."
In addition to their standard pay,
Guardsmen serving abroad receive


additional compensation in the form
of "family separation" and "hazardous
duty" pay, which is given to service
personnel stationed in areas where
they may come into enemy contact.
The Plant City unit will not qualify for
"imminent danger/hostile fire pay,"
officials said.
Brig. Gen. Villacorta told the family
members during the ceremony that
the Guard would do its best to support
them.
"I want you to know you're part of a
larger family, the Florida National
Guard," Villacorta said. "I'm not going
to fail the families whose loved ones
have committed themselves to sup-
porting freedom."
The Guard's Family Readiness Unit
has already provided support services
and guidance to soldiers' families, said
Tina Eaton, co-chair of the unit.
Eaton said the community also has
stepped up. The Plant City YMCA has
offered free use of the pool for families,
and area churches also have offered
help.
"We have a strong community


DAVE BUYENS/Photos
The buses
carrying the
Guard members
to the airport
pass under a U.S.
flag hanging
from a Plant City
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parked along
State Road 574.
At left, the
family of
Guardsman Brian
Benko surround
him for a photo
before his
departure.






base," Eaton said. "We're very lucky."
Maj. John Hugus of Jacksonville has
been assigned as the unit's chaplain.
He has watched many units prepare
for deployment and has himself served
three times in Kuwait.
"The families never get used to it,"
he said.
Still, he said, morale in the Plant City
unit is high.
"They work really well together,"
Hugus said. "I'm impressed with
them."
For 1st Lt. Olan Stephens, 34, service
to the Plant City unit is a family affair.
His grandfather, the late Bob Wilbur,
retired from the unit as a lieutenant
colonel.
Stephens, a 1987 Plant City High
School graduate with 12 years in the
service, said goodbye to his wife,
Jamie, and three young children Satur-
day.
"What makes me feel the best is that
it's a Plant City unit and I'm a Plant
City native," he said. "I feel like I'm not
only serving my country, but also my
community."


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DEATHS

Angelo
Louise R. Angelo, 94, of Plant City
died June 1.
She was born in Philadelphia and
came here from Orlando in 1949.
She was a homemaker and a
member of Evangelical Presbyterian
Church of Plant City.
She is survived by her daughter, Lois
Bates of Lakeland; two brothers, Rus-
sell L. Tenet of Eustis and John S. Tenet
of Marysville, Calif.; two sisters, Rose
Short of Orlando and Marion Duryee
of Winter Springs; a granddaughter,
Gina Bates of Lakeland; and several
nieces and nephews.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Calhoun
Chester Calhoun, 67, of Plant City
died May 30.
He was a lifelong resident of Plant
City and an auto mechanic.
He was of the Pentecostal faith.
He is survived by his wife, Virginia; a
son, Chris Ternak of Plant City; two
daughters, Debra Bumgarner of Pine-
crest and Donna Sprouse of Mulberry;
his mother, Daisy Long of Plant City;
seven brothers; four grandchildren;


and a great-grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Edwards
Hazel Fambach Edwards, 90, of
Ocala, formerly of Plant City, died June
1.
She was born in McIntosh and
moved to Plant City in 1946. She was a
member of First Baptist Church of
Plant City, where she taught Sunday
school and worked with the girls' auxi-
liary.
She was a member of the Plant City
Woman's Club, and First Christian
Church in McIntosh.
She is survived by two daughters,
Carolyn Delarbre of Clearwater and
Mary E. Kennedy of Lake Junaluska,
N.C.; seven grandchildren; and 13
great-grandchildren.
Veterans Funeral Care, Clearwater.

Gilmartin
Vincent G. Gilmartin, 75, of Plant
City died May 26.
He was born in Hoboken, N.J., and
came here from New York 18 years
ago.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran of the
Korean War and an engineering gradu-
ate of the Pratt Institute in New York,
Cooper Union in New York and Lay


Pastoral Ministry Institute in St.
Petersburg.
He was project manager for SMCI of
Lakeland and a member of Knights of
Columbus Council 8095; past Faithful
Navigator, Eucharistic Minister and
usher for American Legion Post 26;
past vice president of Pregnancy Care
Center of Plant City; and coordinator
of Plant City Life Chain.
He is survived by his wife, Margaret
"Peggy"; a daughter, Kathleen of
Greenville, S.C.; two brothers, Daniel
and John, both of Long Island; three
sisters, Anne Belfi-Gilmartin, Ethel
Petta and Eileen Esposito, all of Long
Island; four grandsons; and two grand-
daughters.
Haught Funeral Home.

Haarmann
Joan F. Haarman, 73, of Plant City
died May 27.
She was born on Long Island, N.Y.,
and came here from there in 1978.
She was a homemaker and attended
St. Clement Catholic Church.,
She is survived by her husband,
Frederick; three sons, Peter of West-
bury, N.Y., Paul of Macungie, Pa., and
Joseph of Orlando; a daughter, Lori
Russell of Valrico; a sister, Rosemary
May of Williamsburg, Va.; and six


grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Hazen
Kenneth D. Hazen, 46, of Plant City
died May 27.
He was a lifelong resident of Plant
City and worked for CF Industries.
He was a Baptist.
He is survived by his wife, Sharon;
two sons, Jeremy Wallace of Tampa
and Michael Wallace of Ohio; a
daughter, Jessica of Plant City; his
father, Kenneth of Old Town; his
mother, Frances Martin of Plant City;
three brothers, Larry of Georgia and
Tony and Jeff, both of Plant City; and a
sister, Debra F. McDonald of Plant
City.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Longest
Bessie Longest, 92, of Plant City died
May 26.
She was born in Tell City, Ind., and
came here from Indiana in 1991.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by two sons, Robert
Longest of Bluffton, S.C., and Charles
Longest of Plant City; a sister, Dorothy
Jackson of Florida; four grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.


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Above left, Sara Jo Reynolds, member of the Plant City United Daughters of the Confederacy No. 1931, marks a Confederate grave in Plant
City's Oaklawn Cemetery recently with the First National Flag of the Confederacy, also known as the "Stars and Bars." UDC members Diana
Shuman and Claudette Waddell also participated in the annual tribute, marking a total of 40 Confederate graves. The trio also marked the
graves of two Union soldiers with the U.S. flag in respect for their service. Above right, Ron Bergman, left, chairman of the Powder Puff
Classic golf tournament, and Roy Goodman, secretary of the event, present $6,000 to Judy More, coordinator of the American Cancer
Society's R.O.C.K. Kids Camp, and Marilyn Westley, director of the ACS childhood cancer programs. Thirty sponsors supported the tourna-
ment held in March at Walden Lake Golf and Country Club. The money will go to the camp in Eustis, which provides summer camping
opportunities to children with cancer.


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Tomlin Middle School
students SaraBeth
Newsome, left, and
Stacey Newsome won
first place in the recent
FFA state competition
for ornamental horti-
culture demonstration
and marketing. The pair
won for their "Barnyard
Bucket Creation,"
developed with the
help of Glenn Mathias
of Creative Floral
Designs By Glenn. The
girls will be recognized
this month at the FFA
state convention in
Orlando.


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Above left, Pastor Shirley Wood of Unity Christ Church stands by the church's new sign, which was recently replaced after being destroyed during last year's hurricane
season. TM Signs and Ron Allen Construction erected the new sign. Also shown is Wally Lamb, president of the church board; TM Signs owner Todd McClernan;
church board member Steve Brodowsk and congregation member Geoff Wood, both of whom also helped with the sign. Above center, the Rev. Dean Pfeffer, left,
pastor at Hope Lutheran Church in Plant City, and Todd Warner, right, chairman of Hope's Elders Ministry Team, accept an award honoring Hope as one of the top 30
churches of more than 6,100 in the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod in the category of new Lutheran adult members. The Rev. Dr. Gerald Kieschnick, center, president
of the Missouri Synod, presents the award at the "Igniting Churches" workshop held recently in Knoxville, Tenn. Above right, Debbie Newman, third from left, accepts
the Plant City Garden Club's monthly beautification award for her grandmother, Ruth Snellgrove, who has shared her love of flowers for many years with her neigh-
bors on Franklin Street. Newman now helps her grandmother with the gardens on the property. Presenting the award are club members Liz Miller, Lois Reichard and
Darcy Stottlemyer.


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If you love strawberries Plant City
strawberries a local food manufacturer
has something just for you, 365 days a
year.
Called Nature's Fruit, and produced by
La Perla Co. Inc., the fruit bars are literally
frozen strawberries on a stick
Remigio and Margarita Sanchez, Plant
City residents who migrated to the United
States from Mexico in the late 1960s,
developed a line of frozen products back
in 1989 that they turned into a nationally
distributed product.
"My mother and father started the
business in a small shop on (U.S. High-
way) 92 in the Strawberry Hill shopping
center," said Remigio Sanchez III, one of
Remigio and Margarita's three sons that
help run the business. "They did every-
thing by hand in those days. Preparing
and mixing the product. Filling molds
and cups with about the same flavors as
we prepare today."
Back then Remigio and Margarita pro-
duced about 1,000 frozen fruit bars a day,
Sanchez said.
"The product was distributed by using
small, insulated pushcarts," he said.
"Individual vendors would roll the carts
through mostly Spanish-speaking neigh-
borhoods and sell to children.and adults
from the street."
The same product, and essentially the
same product line, is now prepared, man-
ufactured and distributed from a family-
owned facility off Airport Road.
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Remigio Sanchez is one of three brothers
who own and help operate a company
started by their parents some 30 years
ago, LaPerla, and its wholly owned subsid-
iary, Nature's Fruit, that distributes frozen
fruit bars prepared in Plant City.
one-half million units," Sanchez said.
"There were four employees, all family
members, one local distributor and some
individual vendors. The product was sold
within a 50-mile radius around the Plant
City area."
Presently, La Perla has more than 30
full-time employees, producing about 7.5
million units, with 52 distributors in 25
states delivering the frozen fruit bars to
1,400 convenient stores.
"We have eight refrigerated trucks that
distribute to Florida cities," Sanchez said.
"There is a distribution center in Georgia
that covers that market. And we have two
semis that deliver our product through-
out the rest of the country."
A map in Sanchez's office shows cus-
tomer centers in large population centers
from Miami to Dallas, Los Angeles to Spo-


kane, Wash., and Chicago to New York.
The company also distributes in Jamaica
and the Cayman Islands.
The Nature's Fruit line contains 10
cream-based flavors, and six juice-based
flavors. Sanchez said the strawberry and
coconut flavors are the biggest sellers.
He estimates that the company pro-
cesses about 100,000 pounds of Plant City
strawberries each year to keep up with
demand.
"We use no preservatives. All-natural
products," Sanchez said., "We have room
to store 75 to 80,000 pounds of strawber-
ries locally. Beyond that number we rely
on other refrigerated packing houses to
supply us with product."
Sanchez's brothers Saul and Eduardo
are also active and vital to the family
business. Saul is the production manager,
while Eduardo is involved in sales.
"We all came out of college to work in
the business," Sanchez said.
He attended Ohio State University,
studying pre-med. but decided to aban-
don his dream of becoming a cardiologist
to help his parents grow the business.
"It hasn't been an easy road. There
have been difficult times, with some dis-
appointment and a lot of hard work,"
Sanchez said. "But we are still growing
and business is good."
At one time the Sanchez family turned
'down a multi-million dollar offer from a
large competitor that was buying small
companies like La Perla.
"Maybe it would have been easier for
us to sell out," Sanchez said with a laugh.
"But there is no reason to turn back now.
We have a very competitive product.And
we are the largest seller of natural fruit
bars in the Spanish-speaking market."
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Hurst attends Leadership
Conference
Michael Hurst of Plant City
was honored as an attendee at
the Wausau Insurance Cos.
2005 Sales Leadership- Con-
ference recently in Lake
Buena Vista.
Hurst is an account
representative for the compa-
ny's Tampa office.

The UPS Store named
Center of Excellence
The UPS Store, at 117 W.
Alexander St., recently
received the Center of Excel-
lence award. The award, given
by Atlanta-based UPS, the
parent company of Mail
Boxes Etc. Inc., recognizes the
center's "outstanding service
and commitment to customer
satisfaction," according to a
company statement.
Dorothy Rogers, store
manager, accepted the
award.
Going Places is a new
feature to highlight hirings,
promotions, award recipients
and other noteworthy
achievements of members of
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be moving downtown next to
the law offices of Trinkle,
Swanson, Byrd and Coton, at
the former site of Barker's
Department Store. One of the
archive's latest projects is to
commission a sculpture
honoring our local veterans.
It's sure to be a success as
Jennifer Closshey is heading
up the project.

Pilots fly in for gala
Speaking of veterans, Dan
Clark, came all the way from
Acworth, Ga., to attend the
gala (looking dashing in his
military uniform no less).
Dan, brother of the late
Moring "Bud" Clark, served as
a full colonel in three wars:
WWII, Korean, and Vietnam.
Bud served in.the Pacific in
the engineering corps and
later became a civilian pilot.
I got a picture of Dan, who
is Sally Prosser Vemer's
cousin, with Sally's husband
John, who was a second
lieutenant serving in Korea (in
military government), and
son Jamie, a veteran civilian
pilot for US Airways, who has
voluntarily delivered troops to
and from Saudi Arabia.
Dan told me he has a letter
he wrote to The Courier
during WWII and when he
gets back to Georgia will share
it with us.
He was planning to join his
old friend Dr. Alec Sanchez
and 19 classmates for the '
1937-38 Plant City High
School reunion June 6 at the
Ramada Inn, but at the last
minute was not able to join
them. Your classmates missed
you, Dan, and said to tell you
that Willard Whitehurst
celebrated his 91st birthday at
the reunion. Happy birthday,
Willard!

Pretty as a postcard
I think we are doubly
blessed to have two very
active groups working hard to
preserve our local heritage.
The East Hillsborough
Historical Society's president,
Shelby Bender, tells me the
organization's newest project,
"Plant City in Vintage Post-
cards," will be unveiled this
month. The professionally-
designed, 128-page book is a
-delight.


One postcard, courtesy of
Jacki Renee Pitts Jonas, shows
"Lovers' Lane, North Plant
City."
I haven't the faintest idea
where that is, but I bet the
gentleman sitting at table 13
at the photo archive gala last
weekend would know! At a
pause in the entertainment,
the audio-challenged gentle-
man with a twinkle in his eye
was overheard to say to the
lovely woman sitting next to
him, "I have to commend you
for not putting your hand on
my leg all evening!"
Oh my! Don't you love a
good old-fashioned sense of
humor?

50 ways to embarrass
your brother
Friends and family sur-
prised Dennis Inlow recently
with a 50th birthday bash.
Wife Brenda said Dennis's
sister, Karen Danley, blew up
pictures of Dennis when he
was a youngster and put them
all over the house, and that
Dennis went behind her and
took them all down.,Happy
50th! (Don't worry Dennis,
you aren't alone seems
everybody loves Mother
Nature but hates Father
Time).

Note these
musicians' achievements
Hundreds of the state's best
junior musicians (all with
"superior" ratings) converged
on Jacksonville's University of
North Florida campus to
compete in the Florida
Federation of Music Clubs'
68th Annual Junior Conven-
tion.
Jana Stevens.Jonny Stei'ens
.and Aaion'Gerbasi took
second place in a trio event.
Sara Gibbs and duo partner
Kylie Morgarn and Amber :.,
Stevens and Ashlyn Gerbasi
also brought home second
place ribbons.
These talented Plant City.
students are instructed by
Linda Norton of Brandon.
Congratulations to students
and teacher!
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OFFERINGS
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6 to 9 p.m. for children in
kindergarten through fifth
grade. Call: 571-8200.
St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
will host its "Kingdom of the
Son" program June 13-17
from 8:30 a.m. to noon each
day. Registration fee is $10.
Call: Allison Craft, director,
967-7270, or the church office,
752-8251.
Trinity United Methodist
Church, 402 English St., will
hold its "Circle G Ranch"
vacation Bible school June 13-
17 from 5:45 to 9 p.m. for chil-
dren in pre-kindergarten
through sixth grade. Registra-
tion is first day of the school at
the church. Dinner will be
served for the children. Trans-
portation is provided if
needed. Call: 752-9316.
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 N. Park Road, will host
"Jerusalem Marketplace:
Where Jesus Walked to the
Cross," June 13-17 from 6 to 8
p.m. Information: Julianna
Shults, 752-4622.
+ Plant City's Church On
The Rock, 301 E. Alsobrook
St., will present "The Amazing
Amazon: A Jungle Journey to
Discover Jesus" June 20-24
from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for ages
4 to 12 years. Call: 754-3740.
Bethany Baptist Church of
Plant City, 3409 Cork Road,
will host "Beach Blast" for kin-
dergarten graduates through
fifth-grade level June 20-24
from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Call: 752-
9209.
First Baptist Church of
Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.,
will host its "Ramblin Road
Trip" vacation Bible school
June 20-24 from 6 to 9 p.m.
The school is free for all chil-
dren ages 4. through the fifth
grade. No pre-registration
required. Call: 752-4104.


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Suspicious structure fire
The state fire marshal's office and Plant City Fire Rescue are
investigating a June 2 house fire.
Plant City Fire Rescue received a call around 9:40 a.m. about a
fire at 1409 E. Jenkins St. Upon arriving at the scene. firefighters
saw smoke coming from the one-story home. officials said. Fire-
fighters forced their way into the unoccupied house to extin-
guish the fire.
The fire caused about $60.000 worth of damage.


CALENDAR
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assistance.
Others who wish to express
their views on any national
issues are also encouraged to
meet with the caseworker.

PLAN AHEAD
Benefit tea
The Pregnancy Care Center
will host a tea June 18 from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. at Evangelical
Presbyterian Church, 1107
Charlie Griffin Road.
Call: 759-0886.

Car show
The Plant City Chamber of
Commerce hosts the Strawberry
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 June
18.

Jazz supper and show
The Improvement League of
Plant City will host a jazz supper
and show June 18 at St. Clement
Catholic Church in the Father
Cronin Hall, 1104 Alexander St..
Ronda Paramoure and Robert
Moffa will perform. The social
begins at 6:30 p.m., with dinner
at 7.
Tickets cost $35 per person.
Sponsorships of $500, $300 and
$150 are also available. Proceeds
benefit the restoration of his-
toric Plant City landmark, The
Bing Boarding House.
Call 757-6760.

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 June 18 car show.
Call: 752-1275.

Bereaved parents
support group
Bereaved Parents of the USA
will host a bereaved parents
support group at South Florida
Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alex-
ander St., on the fourth Thurs-
day of the month at 7 p.m.
The next meeting will be June
23.
There will time for mothers
and fathers to share together
and separately.
Call: Beth Tancredo, 393-
6577; or Anita Pippin, 362-6972.

Acid reflux seminar
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.,
will offer a free seminar on gas-
troesophageal reflux disease,
"Heartburn, Indigestion and
GERD," June 23 at 6:30 p.m. in
the hospital's Community Con-
ference Room.
The seminar will be presented
by the hospital's Heartburn
Treatment Center. Dr. Ziauddin
Shamsi will answer questions
about heartburn, explain 'the
latest diagnostic and treatment
approaches available, and
address what sufferers can do to
relieve symptoms and reduce
damage to the esophagus.
Space is limited, reservations
requested.
Call: 754-4444.


BOOK MARKS

Bruton
The following programs are available at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.
Call: 757-9215.
Children's programs
Toddler Time Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. for
children 15 months to 2 1/2 years and their
caregivers. Books, finger plays, nursery
rhymes and songs make up the 20-minute
program.
Preschoolers Story Time Tuesdays at
10:30 a.m. for children 2 1/2-5 years old who
can sit by themselves in a group. Stories,
music, games and reading activities make up
the 30-minute program.
Florida Library Youth Program: Read
Around Florida, for ages 6 to 12. Games and
surprises, all Florida related. Registration
required. Swamp Stories, June 14; Clowning
Around the Circus, June 21; Full Speed
Ahead, June 28.
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Lindi has a 60 mph fastball, which she show-
cased on the video as she struck out boy
batters.
The experience was no walk on the beach,
though, something she and others in the cast
thought it might be.
Just because Oest made the show and won
doesn't mean she has accomplished her
goals. She said she has been a model and
actress for more than three years and has
agents in Florida and in Los Angeles. Her
young career started to click when she and
her brother, Trey, picked up a national
commercial spot for Sea World a couple
years ago. Since then, Kelle Oest, Lindi's
mother, said the work has really picked up
and she now spends more time driving her
children to auditions or helping them on
their projects than she does on her own
business.
From February through most of March,
Oest and her mother stayed in Los Angeles to
try their luck during the pilot season. She was
able to complete her work at Mulrennan
Middle School while attending acting classes
and going on a few auditions in California.
"I didn't know what to expect, the hustle
and bustle of it all," Lindi Oest said.
The Oests stayed in the Oakwood condo-
miniums while in Los Angeles, a popular
Studio City enclave for aspiring actors, but
they had to return early because of the trip
she won to the Galapagos.
Oest's mother said she and Lindi will
probably return to Los Angeles in the fall
during casting season, but Oest will remain
busy in Florida trying to land jobs. She


Books We Love to Sing for ages 3 to 7, June 9
at 10:30 a.m.; One Man Junk Yard Band for
ages 6-12, June 9 at 2 p.m.; Fritzy Bros. One-
Man Circus, June 16 at 10 and 11 a.m.;
Hansel and Gretel for ages 5 to 12, June 23 at
10 and 11 a.m.; and Caribbean Canines for
ages 3 to 12, June 30 at 11 a.m.
Special events. Free ticket required,
register two weeks before each show. Reptile
Discovery for ages 4 to 6, July 7 at 10:30 a.m.;
Puppet show, "Sinabouda Lily," for ages 3 to
12, July 12 at 10 and 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.; and
Spotlight on Youth interactive workshop on
dance and theater techniques for ages 5 to
12, July 21 at 2 p.m.
Family programs
Bookmaking workshops, Wednesdays at
10 a.m. through June: Accordion Book, June
15; French Fold with Pop-out, Jurie 22; Flag
Book, June 29; Caterpillar Book, July 6;
Single Signature Book, July 13; and Japanese
Binding, July 20.
Feature films, Wednesdays at 2 p.m. for
ages 5 to 14 through June. Groups must
register in advance.


Dover teen Lindi
Oest is excited to
not only have been
part of the winning
team on Discovery
Kids' "Endurance:
Hawaii" reality
show, but also to
have been part of
an Emmy-nomi-
nated show. She has
set her sights on
becoming a full-
time actor and
auditions con-
stantly in Florida
and Los Angeles.


Photo courtesy of Lindi Oest


recently auditioned for a pilot set in North
Carolina by the producers of the WB's "One
Tree Hill" and has another opportunity in
Orlando.
"Usually in the fall, it's three days a week,"
Kelle Oest said of the auditions and acting
classes.
Kelle Oest said she and her husband,
Denny, the principal at Brandon High
School, always agreed to let their actress
keep up with her work schedule only if she
keeps her grades up. Currently, Oest is an all-
A honors student.
Now, Oest feels fortunate for all the suc-
cess, and whatever happens happens, she
said.
"It changed my life," Oest said of her expe-
rience on the show. "I've gotten life-long
friends, got to go to Hawaii, the Galapagos.
It's all been so neat that I don't want to take
it for granted."


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last year's hurricane season, the EOC
was operated in less than ideal condi-
tions at city hall, prompting city offi-
cials to move the EOC to the new
station.
A large kitchen and dining area
with stainless steel appliances with
room for roughly 50 was also designed
with the EOC in mind, he said.
A spacious crime scene suite fea-
tures a ventilated hood to examine
evidence and special storage lockers.
In the former building, "Our entire
crime scene lab was set up on a tab-
letop," McDaniel said.
A large evidence suite, featuring
one large room surrounded by smaller,
walk-in evidence closets. Special lock-
ers allow officers to securely submit
evidence.
In the former building, the entire
evidence room was as big as one of the
new building's closets, forcing Jessie
Galindo, the department's evidence
technician, to get creative in order to
find room for evidence.
"This will be able to serve us for
years to come," Galindo said.
Another large storage area allows
for the filing of videotapes from patrol


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Two observation rooms, featuring
one-way glass to allow staff to monitor
suspect interviews. The old facility had
no such rooms.
"We've always wanted to do this,
because there's nothing like direct
observation," McDaniel said.
+ The booking suite houses two
more observation/interview rooms
and eight holding cells that keep male,
female and juvenile suspects isolated
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+ A prisoner sally port allows officers
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A four-lane, computer-controlled
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that automatically pulls spent rounds
from the rubber backstop. McDaniel
said that, the department's outdoor
range north of the city is becoming less
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SPORTS


PCPRD/Optimist Youth


Soccer Season Concludes


3 TEAMS FINISH WITH
PERFECT RECORDS
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The Raiders; Galaxy and
Scoundrels all finished off per-
fect 10-0 seasons, winning the
finals of their respective age
groups as the Plant City Parks
& Recreation Department/
Optimist youth soccer playoffs
concluded last week.
Also winning champion-
ships were the Wolves, Fusion
and Stars in the girls' age
groups and Paraguay in the
under-19 division.
Of the three teams who fin-
ished with spotless records,
only the Raiders had any diffi-
culty winning their champion-
ship match. They edged the
Lions, 4-3, to win the under- 10
boys league. Aldo Lopez had
two goals while Eduardo Car-
bajal and Omar Castro added
lone markers for the Raiders,
while Francisco Quiroz had
two for the Lions, who finished
up at 8-2.
In the under- 12 boys league,
the Galaxy after needing an
overtime shootout to beat the
Metrostars in the semifinals -
rolled past the Rapids, 8-0, to
win the crown. Cameron Rob-
erts, Eddie Santiago and Jared
Studstill scored two goals each
against them in the finals.
Completing a sweep of two
one-loss teams, the Scorpions
earned the under-15 boys title
by beating the Spirit, 9-4, last
week. Marcos Santos had a hat
trick while Kyle Castagno,
Felix Pastenes and Flavio Sal-
meron Jr. scored two goals
each. Juan Ramirez had three
goals for the Spirit (8-2), which
blanked the Sonics, 4-0, in the
semifinals with Ramirez doing
all the scoring.
Pastenes had both of the
Scotmdrels' semifinal goals in
a 2-0 win over the Scorpions,
who finished 7-2.
With one tie the only blem-
ish on its record, Team
Paraguay finished as the
under-19 champs by edging
Colombia, 2-1, Thursday.
Timothy Hanlon scored both


goals for the winners while
Jason Eschenfelder had the
lone tally for Colombia, which
almost pulled off a trio of
upsets. Colombia (5-5)
knocked second-place
Uruguay out in the first round,
then beat Ecuador in the
semifinals, 4-2. In the other
semi, Paraguay (9-0-1) beat
Venezuela, 8-2; Erik Espinoza
and Timothy Hanlon had
three goals each while Alain
Rosales scored! twice.
One tournament final went
to overtime, with the Stars
beating the Stingers, 2-1, in
the under-15 girls champion-
ship match. Shauna Seckman,
who also scored her team's
only goal in regulation, had a
shootout goal along with
Reinsch Morica. Jane Rosales
had the Stingers' goal in regu-
lation and Marlee Kvaltine
converted in the shootout.
The Stars finished with the
best record in the league, 7-1-
1, while the Stingers went 6-3.
Kailey Browning, Marlee Kval-
tine and Jane Rosales scored
two goals apiece as the Sting-
ers beat the Sparks, 6-2, in the
semifinals. Roxie Bracewell
and Selidonia Espinoza found
the net for the Stars in their
semi, a 2-0 decision against
the Shadow.
After shutouts in its first two
wins, the Fusion allowed three
goals Thursday, but that was
no problem because the team
greatly increased its own
output in winning the U12
girls title. Asia Nelson had half
of her team's scores in a 6-3
win over the Aztec, who had
been the top team during the
regular season. Daisy Carvajal,
Idalia Castro and Sarah Hart-
ley also scored for the Fusion
and Janeth Antunez did all the
scoring for the Aztec (7-2).
In its first eight games, the
Fusion (6-1-2) had scored 13
goals, barely 1.5 per outing.
Both the Aztec and Fusion
posted 1-0 victories in the
semifinals.
In the under-10 girls league,
the Wolves edged the Tigers,
1-0. The two teams ended the
regular season with 3-3-1
records, good for a sixth-place
tie out of 10 teams.


Photo courtesy Amy Nizamoff

State champs
The Valrico Cyclones won the 2005 U9 girls state soccer championship recently. The
Cyclones are, in front, Alex Wenrich, Cassie Madden, Claire Kartheiser and Alexis Heart-
sfield. In the middle are Lauren Porter, Lexi Faliero, Tori Nizamoff, Ericka Lott and Stephanie
Galloway. In back are coaches Bill Heartfield and Rick Lott.




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Staff Report
The Todd Long Football
Camp is scheduled for June
27-30 at the Otis M. Andrews
Sports Complex.
Long, the head coach at
Plant City High School, will
run a camp designed to teach
the fundamentals of the game
to various age levels.
Cost for the camp is $50.


The sessions for ages 8 to 11
will run each day from 9 to 11:
30 a.m.
For ages 12 to 15, the time
will be 5:30 to 8 p.m. daily.
T-shirts will be provided for
each camper. The most
improved camper and
"camper of the week" will also
get special shirts.


Campers are asked to pro-
vide their own shorts, a shirt,
rubber cleats or sneakers,
socks, a water bottle and sun-
screen.
The camp focuses on
instruction with individual
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For more information or to
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STATE OF SOUTH
CAROLINA
COUNTY OF YORK
Barbara Adkins and Ronald
Adkins
Plaintiffs,
versus
Donna L. Davis and John
Doe
the father of Caleb Davis
Re: Caleb Lee Davis
A minor under 18 years of
age
Defendants,
IN THE FAMILY COURT FOR
THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
AMENDED
SUMMONS
FILE BOOK #05-DR-46-911
TO THE DEFENDANTS
ABOVE NAMED:
YOU ARE HEREBY
SUMMONED and required
to answer the Complaint in
the above entitled action
(lawsuit) a copy of which is
herewith served upon you,
and to serve a copy of your
answer upon the
subscriber of this
Summons at his office at
1240 Ebenezer Road, Rock
Hill South Carolina 29732,
within thirty (30) days
following the service
hereof upon you exclusive
of the day of s service.
If you shall fail to answer
the Complaint within thirty
days after service of this
Summons Judgment will
be granted against you by
default for the relief
demanded in the
Complaint.
Rock Hill, South Carolina
May 13,2005
/s/James W. Hancock, Jr.
James W. Hancock, Jr.
1240 Ebenezer Road
Rock Hills, South Carolina
P.O. Box 2851
Rock Hill, SC 29732
(803)324-7681
Attorney for the Plaintiffs
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CITYOF PLANT CITY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF
IMPOUNDED PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given that
miscellaneous property
has been impounded by the
City of Plant City, in accor-
dance with Ordinance #B-
1976, and had not been
claimed by the owner
thereof within (90) days
from the day of impound-
ment.
The City of Plant City holds
lien for the storage of said
impounded property.
If said impounded property
is notclaimed bythe owner
thereof within (30) days
from the date of this notice.
being the date of the first
publication hereof the
Chief of Police, of the City
of Plant City, as provided in
said ordinance will sell
said impounded property
to satisfy the storage lien
ofthe CityatPublicAuction
to be held at the Plant City
Police Department Head-
quarters, 2412 WILLAM-
ETTE DR, Plant City, Flori-
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24th, 2005 beginning at 9
A.M. TOTHE HIGHEST AND
BEST BIDDER FOR CASH.
The Cityems tof Plant City re-
serves the right to reject
5any bid.ALL BIDS SHALL BE
ISLAND WITHOUT ANY
COVENANTS OR WARRAN-
TY OR OTHERWISE ON THE
PART OF THE CITY.
The items to be auctioned
at this time consist of ap-
proximately 40 miscellan-
neous items and approxi-
mately 30 bicycles. A com-
plete Itemized list is avail-
able at the Plant City Police
Department's Welcome
Center from 8:00 A.M. to
5:00 P.M. Monday-Friday
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24x52DW,3br 2ba,lity for oener- w/beautiful view. condo, new carpet &
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new carpet& paint, exc. de 95 to move in water & basic cable ap,
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bile homes for liquida- 2/2-5, gated, 1500sf
tion and quick deiver CHANNELSIDE LOFT2/25, gaed, 1waOws,
ONLY. 813-376-6743 1250sf 2br, 1Vba, 20ft prch, walk to
ceilfrchdoors, balcony, elementary school.
Mobile wd Irs,s/sa p,Floorto $1150/o incl. water &
155 Homes In ceiling windows. $1300 cable.813-651-1518
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Plant City-2 &3BR MH's & Luxury Townhouse 3br
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furn or $11K unfurn. TOWNSGATE rnished813-929-074
PETS OK. 863-682-1663 New Tampa Maint freed
PLANTCITY1988PineDW APARTMENTS. elegant villa, gated
28X52 very clean 3/2 1&2BR'S community, 5 mmin 175.
window treatments, ap- 754-2200 Plant City 2br & office, ca 2c
30,000iances813-716-3n am pk Houses long distance phone &
$30,000.8210 Unfurnished cable. Wont Last
PLANT CITY 1BR/1BA in I Unfurnihed 813-907-8720 or
nice retirement village r
new A/C, new flat top APOLLO BEACH Mira Bay
stove, workshop$6,00 New Waterfront w/ PLANT CITY, 2BR/2BA,
OBO. 813-757-9640 dock. 2400sf, 4br 2.5ba, quiet neighborhood,
0 hi ceilings, den, 2cg gat- private entrance,
VALRICO 55+ MH Comm ed comm, ammenitmes. pool.
2br, lba, furn quiet, prvt $2600/mo. 407-352-7590 813-719-3967.
owned park, sml inside SOUTH TAMPA, 2br,
dog ok,$75A/mo $575 Bloomingdale Beautiful 1S2ba TwnHm all new
sec. Pet dep $200(813) 3/2/2 $1 200/mo. apl's, W/D, CHA, wood
689-1502727-324-7479 $1,000/dep. Riverview floors $900/mo,
Lakefront 3/2/2, 813-215-5728;
180 $1,500/mo. $1000 dep. 813-286-2349
Commercial Prop. Call813-476-0540 TOWN N'COUNTRY
Lease CORKAREA, Spotless3BR 3br, 2ba townhome,
2BA, w/CHA on nice 1400 sq. ft., community
fenced country lot. pool, close to Waters
l0I Ofc Space $1195/mo +-security, and the Veterans. Call
180B Lea813-752-4235 e 813-505-42410
I ease HYDE PARK-TAMPA WESLEY CHAPEL Brand
Bell Shoals at Boyette South Tampa upscale New, 3br 2/V2ba lcg,
FishHawk area. General neighborhood, 1 block Pool 1580sf, $1100/mo
office-medical offices. from Bayshore and $s506 Sec ep.' Cable,
New Building, From Hyde Park Shopping. 2 water Sewer & Trash
1000-4000 SF Bedroom Townhome, 2 Incld. 813-766-6817
813-985-7899; 731-8200 1/2 baths, 2 car garage,
office/excerise room, Mobile
Plant City, 1blk from hos- new floors, kitchen pri- 15 Homes
pital, 1804 W. Reynolds vate entrance and front IHm
1500 sf MOL retail/cafe/ yard$2400 r month. NEAR -4 & 30-, 2 & 3
office bleg w/off-St (813) BR'S.$120-$140i weekly.
'e e LAND 0 LAKES (813)o26-082
PLANT CITY, Industrial Ballantree, brand new
Park Office Space for- 3br.2ba,2cg lmiletoSC PantCty-2&3BRMH's&
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft, Parkway.?f250/mo. BR aFt, RV lots. 9am--
including Conference 813-4844-0367.546-2793 5pm M-F813-754-6932
Room & Break Room.
Starting at $160. o. LAND 0 LAKES, Brand THONOTOSASSA
ContacftMathew Homer new 4br 2 Vz ba, 2cg or
813-865-1192. THE- lake 23r4sf Suncoast Largem 4d, 2a, fireplace
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GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO stPkwy.Aal, 0/month water &
-i cRetail Imany extras $1475/mo trash incl. 813-299-7045
180 Space 813-973-7075 lBrApts&1&2Bedrm
I aobileHomes
LAND 0 LAKES, Newer ant Cobie Homes813752234
Bell Shoals at Boyette, 3br,2ba,2ca,1750sf, PlantCity813-752-5234
Fishhawk area. New lia NICE!!22643 Sills I Travel Trailer
retail center, Fastest Lp. 1250/mo PetsOK I n20Lo- ForR t
growing area. From 813-495-8924 i ,I LotsForRt
1000-5000 Sq Ft. www.seanyode.com at -2 & 3 M's &
813-985-7899; 731-8200 y 2, erice 1 t RV lots. 9am-H
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230 Pinal
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2 Vacation
232 Places

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PLANT CITY, Couple seek-
ing rental home. Would
be tenant is a profes-
sional roofer w/nat'l co.
out of PC. May be inter-
ested in fixer-upper in
lieu of rent.
813-630-4286, Iv msg.
250-299
Employment
Services

o Positions
290" Wanted

WILL HAUL Trash, Junk,
Clean Sheds, Yard, Tires
Junk Cars, Anything! I'LL
DO IT! 737-335176-3745
300-390
Employment

1306 I Accounting |
ACCOUNTING/Admin As-
sistant. Plant City, small
office, multi-task.
Peachtree or QB, Excel
experience. Cust svc,
phones. Good work en-
vironment. Call for appt.
752-3711 Denise. Or fax
resume 752-2818.
AP CLERK Must be
proficient in Excel. Min 2
years exp. Tampa/ Plant
City Construction Co.
Fax resume to:
813-719-8971 or email
to: kerry@cfefd.com
312 Banking/
"1 Finance

EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITY
* NO Experience Required
* NO start-up or any Costs
Involved
*NO skills needed
All details and sign-up at
www.all-state.ne
In Medical/ I
320 Health Care

CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
Assist Livin 1307 E.
Baker 813-752-1648
COLLECTOR for busy"
billing and collections
DME office. Insurance
knowledge needed. Fax
resume to 813-621-5810
MEDICAL Assistant P/T,
experience required,
Call 813-754-1502. or fax
resume to 813-759-6806
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!


UNE 9, 2005

3 Medical/
30 1 Health Care
PHYSICAL THERAPIST &
LLM (2 positions) for
growing out-patient
center in Plant City.
Competitive salary with
benefit package. Fax re-
sumeto: 813-759-8254
1335 1 Child/Adult
C3 Care
DAY CARE WORKER,
perm F/T, good working
environment. Call for
details. 813-986-6604
TEACHER needed PRE-
School P/T, (Will Train)
Must be flexible
813-752-4561
LIVE IN Houseparents, FT
or Wkends, for priv 6
residents group home in
Brandon. Res. work.
813-571-0064
Restaurant/
340 Hospitality/
Clubs
KITCHEN HELP F/T. Apply
in person Chancy Cat-
fish Shack, N. Park Rd
813-754-0477
or 813-752-7224
SERVER & SHORT ORDER
COOK F/T, Exp. only.
Apply: Snellgrove's
Restaurant 109 South
Collins, 813-752-3652
I Customer
3 1 Service

CUSTOMER SERVICE/ Frt
Ofc, Heavy phones, typ
ing & dealing w/ the
public for fast paced
ofc. Brandon area
813-569-1201

357" Personnel

HAIR STYLIST needed in
busy Salon. Call Lisa
752-5407
1360 Trades I
A/C Rough &Trim Mech &
Helpers. Imperial A/C,
16204 N. Nebraska Ave.,
Lutz 813-962-8072
CABINET INSTALLERS
Exp w/own tools & trans.
Acclaim Cabinets
813-354-0161 x221
CABINET MAKERS/TOP
LAMINATORS, exp'd on-
ly 1120 N. 28th St., Tam-
pa, 33605. See Al. DFWP
Electricians & helpers for
New residential const.
Brandon area. Call for
appt. 813-651-4228
Mason-$19 Comm'l
exp.re bFWP.
Day 813-980-1123
Eve. 813-645-3306
MECHANIC with welding
experience. Full time.
Fai grounds area.
813-626-8116
PIPE CREW WANTED
Pipe Man, Foreman,. Pipe
Laborers & Operators.
- Exp a MUST! Call Gary
850-258-5127 ; Office
813-840-2586
Plumber/ Carpenter/
Roofer- immediate hire.
Salary + bonus. Experi-
enced only. Apply in per-
son 5517 W. ULime
Selling a guitar can be
easier than playing it.
Placeyouradin Musical
instruments, class 420.


Brandon 1020 Kings Ave.
Brandon -1531 E. Brandon Blvd.
Dover 12902 Newsome Rd.
Gibsonton 13150 U.S. Hwy. 41
Land 0' Lakes 2400 Land 0' Lakes Blvd.
Lithia 13411 FishHawk
Lutz- 18902 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Lutz- 23512 S.R. 54
Plant City 2401 John Redman Pkwvy.
Riverview 11015 Bloomingdale Ave.
Riverview 13220 S. U.S. 301
Riverview 9817 S. U.S. 301
Riverview 3603 S. Faulkenburg Rd.
Valrico 3629 E. S.R. 60
Wesley Chapel 27219 S.R. 5^
Zephyrhills 385 5th Ave.


[3601 Trades
PLUMBER-SERVICE
TOP PAY $1000 Sign on
bonus. com / o, a
pnoge, vacation, insur-
ance, 41k 813-971-7619
Plumbing Quality Control
Rep. Comm, O/T, truck,
phone, vacations insur-
ance, 401k 813-971-7619
Rodbusters, Welders &
Boom Operators. Com-
petitive pay & benefits.
EOE. Denson Construc-
tion 1-877-709-1001
WELDER WANTED
with layout and fitting ex-
perience. Benefits. Mul-
-berry, FL. (863) 425-8651
Welders, Electrical &
Factory Help. Exp'd pre-
ferre- but will train.
Paid benefits. Apply
Modtech Co., Industrial
Park Dr, Plant City EOE
WELDERS WANTED Mig &
alum. Benefits. Plant
City, 813-764-0242
1362 1 Landscaping
Landscape Foreman,
Laborers, Foreman,
Maintenance Nursery
staff, Irrigation
Supervisor & Irrigation
techs for growing Land-
scape/Design/Build Co.
in E. P'asco Co (Dade
City). Call 352-588-2235
or fax resumes to 352-
588-2154 or email office
@ cornerstonetreefarm.
net Pay based on exp.
Exp & Bi-lingual a plus.
13701 Sales I
COUNTER Sales Person
Immed. opening. Auto
recycling exp. pref. Good
Personality a +. Comp.
pay &bene. Rigsby'sAuto
813-782-5541. Females
encouraged to apply eoe
SALES Great pay for
enthusiastic sincere &
determined people
selling furn. Must have
good success in past or
previous job. We will
rain. Brandon & Ruskin
area. Will return all calls
813-645-7240
j 374 1 Security

Security Officers
Needed Lic. D&Greq'd.
Lakeland area l FT/1 PT
Wknds$9/hrISMG(813)
932-7814 BB2500011
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Are you getting top 10
pay? Leading home
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Newpayscale.2 yrs OTR
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DRIVERS LCT WANTS
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2005 Equipment. Call
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DRIVERS

OTR DRIVERS
Team and/or Solo

CLASS A DRIVERS
For local runs
Requires minimum 1 year
experience, good driv-
ing record and work his-
tory. Good benefits!
Apply in person to H.T.
HacKney Co., 9330
Adamo or. East in Tampa
or fax resume to
813-664-8663. EOE/We
are a Drug-Free Work-
place.

Now hiring alified driv-
ers for OTR positions.
Food grade tanker, No
hazmat. No pumps.
Great Benefits, Compet-
itive Pay and new equip-
ment. Need 2 years OTR
experience. Call Bynum
Transport for your op-
portunity today
(800)741-7950


Tampa 5604 N. Hesperides
Tampa 5001 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 8801 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa -10601 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa 12049 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 6008 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 4901 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 2301 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 13151 Race Track Rd.
Tampa 8305 W. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 7124 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa -11211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 5616 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 311 E. Davis Blvd.
Tampa 5125 W. Cypress St.
Tampa -17621 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 5102 Pointe of Tampa Way
Tampa 7301 Temple Terrace Hwy.
Tampa 3698 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa 3A44 W. Columbus Ave.
Tampa 3101 Gandy Blvd. & MacDill Ave.
Tampa- 4301 Ehrlich Rd.


I7 Driver/
3 Delivery
Owner Operators:
TAKE THE FIRST STEP
TOWARD A BETTER
FUTURE!!
**Lease Purchase Plan
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*Great pay
Guaranteed home time
No Lease-On Costs
*Spouse Rider Program
Paid Orientation
2yrs OTR exp req.
Miller Transporters, Inc.
Call Brian Hall
at our Plant City, FL loc
1-866-581-8976
www.millert.com
S/E & 3-State Run: T/T
Drivers. HOME WEEK-
ENDS. Mileage Pay, Ben-
efits, 401K. Trainees
Welcome/Miami area -
exp req. 23 min
age/Class-A CDL.
Cypress Truck Lines
(800)545-1351
SCHWAN'S ROUTE
SALES- Schwan's Home
Service Inc., (Schwan's)
the nation's largest dis-
tributor of frozen foods,
is currently hiring highly
motivated Route Man-
agers in Tallahassee,
Jacksonville, Punta Gor-
da, & Miami to provide
home sales & delivery of
fine frozen foods. Previ-
ous customer service,
restaurant manage-
ment, retail manage-
ment, or sales experi-
ence a + Schwan s of-
fers an excellent benefit
package & startingpay
of $120 to $130 per ay.
1-800-336-7569 or email
yourresume: david.dan-
iels3@schwans.com
(eeo/aa)
Find it! Classified
Put classified to work for
you! It's your number
one source of informa-
tion on a variety of ser-
vices: Painters, Finan-
cial professionals.
Childcare providers and
a host of other helpers.
Trying to find someone
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need? Classified's your
#1 resource, indeed
TRUCK DRIVERS
CDL A, Roll Off/Dump
Truck/Lowboy. Local
Driving, 25 yrs of age,
good driving record.
DFWP 813-752-7097
1380 | General I
AVON REPS NEEDED.
Start now, free gift.
FT/PT. Call Glenda,
813-661-7793
DryClean Pressers
Experienced Only
Match your Pay plus co-
pay medical benefits
premium. Apply in Person
Quality Plus Cleaners
9945 Racetrack Rd
Tampa 727-439-9900
CLASSIFIED WORKS
Factory Assemblers for
modular construction
co. Paid Benefits. Will
train. Ap ply Modtech Co
1602 Industrial Park Dr.,
Plant City EOE
FIREWORKS!!
M or F stand operators
wanted. No exp necess.
Exc pay. Apply at 8820
US Hwy 301.
813-677-1874
HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC
& Low Boy Driver.
Immed. hire. Drug test.
Exp only. 813-719-1203


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



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1380 1 General




HUMAN RESOURCES
ASSOCIATE
Seeking a dynamic,
compassionate and
employee-orientated
Individual to provide H
supportforawholesal
distributor in Lakelanc
The position will be
temporarily located ou
of Tampa area until the
newfacility has been
completed (end of
2005).This vital position
will assistthe HR
Director with employee
relations, recruitment
compliance, worker's
compensation and
payroll. Ideal candidate
should possess 2-3
years ofprogressive
growth In HR
(AA/PR/Recruitment)
demonstrated problem
solving skills, abilityto
communicate
effectively with multiple
levels of personnel, an
strong detail
orientation. Knowledge
of SAP/Kronos is A+
bi-lingual is preferred.
Some overtime may be
required based onthe
demands of a growing
organization and its
people. Southern Wine
and Spirits offers a
generous benefits
package and a great
working environment.
Only qualified and
motivated applicants
should forward their
resume with salary
history: therscha@
southernwine.com
orfaxto (813) 626-0965.
Nophone calls
EEO/DFWP



LABOR$8-10+
Production
Outdoor & Indoors
RITA STAFFING
813-754-5997
MAINTENANCE TECI
Plant City manuf. ha
immed opening is
shift. Exp. req'd. Apple)
in person: 3508 Syane
Rd. Plant City, FL
Mobile home crew-exp'c
or will train right person
for set up. Start now
813-754-8860; 478-1055
NOW HIRING
Experienced loader opei
ator w/CDL would b
helpful. Competitive
pay. 813-752-195
Warehouse/Deliver
Furn assembly, del. i
driver, etc. Must have
successful work record
E. & S. Hillsborougf
stores. Will return al
calls. 813-645-7240
333 Work At
I' (Home
DATA ENTRY Work N01
YOUR OWN. Flexible
Hours! $$$ Great Pay$$;
Persona Computer Re
quired. (800)873-034E
ext #300.
391-399
Education

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Rapid training for high
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AIM (888)349-5387
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13801 General

HEAVY
EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
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floor, Call us and we' I Goods (800)531-630sc.W1034 M's $40; F-s $450.
come right over to mea- BASEBALL/SOFTBALL FAMILY HEALTHCARE w/ (863) 648-2345
ure an make lanso Pitchin Machne U to prescription plan! CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES
fill your needs. eager's 60 MPCurves, Sliders $69.95/month. Nation- FOR SALE. $200 each, 2
Nobodybeatsour qual- 595.BaseballBattin wide Coverage.Nolimi- males, 1 female, cream
ity or service let alone age Nlon net. for stations. Includes: Doc- & blue & white. Call
our price. 2x70 Cage$460. tors Dental, Vision, Hos- 813-892-7399
V 7- If pital & more! Eve one
2".4x8TUFF-R e 404-467-4313 A ed! Call C Chihuahua pups CKC,
Below wholesale price. BIG HORN GUN SAFE 800-2 -9214ext2358 lotakng coat, si.., beautted,
Call Terr at 24cf, 2 n Gu FREE GLUCOSE METER! ful $0 Ocash. 1 male, 7
813-855-5786; 2~7-5447 m SafeExchan DIABETICS Get your mockc $400 641-9870
All Metals Roofing 03W Waters 935.980 suC liesby^mal R CHINESE CRESTED AKC,
Standing Seam, Proo BOWFLEX EXTREME 2 BRANDS! MOST PEOPLE 8wks.p eshairless
nap-Lock Panels. Eas Brand new. Assembled, with Medicare/Insurance &U 3.'.&2& M. HC
to install, Visa/M all options. Cost $1600. PAY NOTHING! CALL $50-$800 Pleasecallaf-
accepted. 813-224-9060 813-477-8297 $1,300 1-800-337-4144 term. (863) 646-4716
OBO, (813) 477-8297 VIAGRA $3.00/dose Chinese Sharpei Pupp es-
CABINETS Bushmaster N4A3 $949. CIALIS Lowest Price Re- Put a new wrink e in
Brand Names FN57, USG $899. Keltec fills Guaranteed! Free your life! AKC registered,
KRAFTMAID,-I UALITY .32 &'.380. Vector AK47 Shipping! vet v ,health certificate.
Wholesale prices $499. D. Wesson .44 mag Why pay more? Call now! 3 Males. $700.
DoltYouiself port$379.813-685-2612 Prescription Buyers 813-929-0465.
OrWeDesign&Install Fishing Penn Group 1-866-579-8546 CHOW MIX Abandon
813-7 6-1966 Internationals, 10 for I I Power male,2.5yearsold, have
Sale. Smaller sizes with 4501Power kept him Past few
CABINETS Kraftmaid, rods. All like new cond. Mowers months. Has nadall his
shipped direct to your 352-621-6959302-1358' shots, neutered &
home, wholesale prices, 813-657-3070 microchipped. Needs
Lifetime warranty. GUN Carry Permit Class CRANKS&CAMS commitment (lots of
813-657-7778 $35. New small hand- 3322 Lithia Pinecrest fenced room to roam)
guns, lifetime warranty. Comm. Mower Repairs sweet family dog and
FLOORING $195-$525 Valrico, 813-657-3070 loves kids but not other
Prefinished oak still in 813 210 GUNS (4867) & dogs, ok with cats. Only
boxes, 2308sf.@$2.25/sf. GUN SALE NEW 1465 Lawn & Grdn to loving 68owner1$40
Will split, 813-318-9056 9mm$129.99 oratam So 813-662-681
G 'n e t o ou 45 $1 9 9 8S 1 99 B AH I o r lora a m S od K Cd
Granite Custom Counter- 45 999 38S^l'1'99 delivered and setn COLLIESCKC-Registered
tops: alal sizes & colors am 8u"" 3 9/Tia site. Larkin Turf, Dade sable/white st/2nd
High p uallisizGre at Serors oGu.n .- ,Tr a;n, City 352-S 67 o shots, health certs.,
vice, Low Prices. Crown 788-2520 Zhis City. 352-567-698 ready to go, 300 ea.
727-741-5500 GUNS Limited Qty new FREEHORSMANURE 813-62-311/25-7902
METAL Roofing & Siding Robinson & VEPRs, Cals HORpt 5re! CORGI PEMBROKE AKC
M2g33Ocovegr& aSing eas 4X3 72X27 3'9 08 GreatForGardens! CORGIPEMBROKE AKC
cov a e"? gra t99.545X39 99 30 YOUHAL. Puppies, Female Adults.
owas$1. 0/Cft.cdof o 813-21o LU N O 67) Local devery available. Taing puppy eposits.
florida.com Corrugated 813-21-GUNS (467 813-661-1096 C. Car- s OK (35299
Industries 800-545-4580 HUNT CLUB Deer&Ho 523-1360 813-299-1626
METAL ROOFING: ALL only3000ac,1.5hr north 469 Nurseries/ CORGI PUPS AKC
TYPES. Discount Pric- of fampa,1250/mem "6 Trees Shots & hlth cert,8wks,
ing! Buy Direct from (352)351-1 (352)67- $350-450. Stud service
Manufacturer. Special- 2800 Nites(352)208- KNIGHT'SNURSERY avail. Will emai pics
izing in Commercial & 3156,(352)843-8993 813-909-0019
Residential Twenty (20) HUNT CLUB Green Top Azalea, Crage Myrtle,
colors with all accesso- 2015 acres, southern Bamboo, runsfel.sia, CUR/MIX, FREE
ries in stock Quick turn- zone. Membership $700 ay Lilies, Tibouchna, 1-F,5-M,759-9428
around Save$$$CallToll Dublin GA I, Boxwood Croton-s,
Free. 1-888-393-0335. D 404-433-7342V virl4 u m,A l .e Brush DACHSHUND PUPPIES, 3
and Much More Alrport males, 1 female, Blue
SMEXICANTILE* HUNTING CLUB Rd, Plant Cityo752-76 76 $650, rest$450 & up Call
MEXICAN Now accepting apps. for #04710685 to reserve
ALLSIZES still hunters only, 0 5 os 8
FINISHED and RAW avail. N. Fl.6500ac,?dPeer UQUIDATION -13000 Live 850-240-3808
S* 813-884-6127 key, hog 850-223-2958 aks available 1 gallon DACHSHUNDS-MINI 3
an. each200 minimum males, colorful Choc
Plantat Diron Shutters Fac- .. #47231B88 Lakeland Dapples, $400-600. 1st
tory Direct, $19.95/sf, PO LTAiEr Cell863-602-1149 shots& CKC cert. Call
installed. We come to 4'x8' Pro Series, solid .... .. 813-310-4830
you to measure and wood, 1" slate, leather G IVE OAKS,L I A 8 AiO
show samples. 10 Days pockets, K-66 rails Ball 45GAL4"CAL, 14..$75 DOBM KC Fmae
from seleion to instal- and Claw feet, WORh 5. 25AL, 3"CA ,12'.50 2 red/fawn, earC done &
nation. 25 year Warranty! Lifetime warranty re, 2" CA, 8'..$25 standing, shots up to
Financing Available. C eer 748-8641 Reg e47220672 9 $ .
S813-918-2737. 813-477-9019or363-0097 ***Tropics serious only. (813)
441 o Deck P ALE, 4 *Lesu Mango G Avacado* 884-2272. PO# 4-041580
441 Ptio Deck POOLTABLE 4x8 Leisure v DOBERMAN PUPS AKC
JwitSupplies I e ts v D
--rr... Suple aWOOtlegsustom .Kimbertal, above stan-
o rs c o ode c $ 00o rm s eeon i d i T r a e e r s
.co.. t f t..O110n Adonida Traeers dard. black/rust, 1 male
BRICK PAVERS or mae offer. Call Triang pindle* & 2 females.Ready June
53 cents ea, Many colors Gloriaat 813-632-2316 #47Bi rk22415 813-884-1927 0th, $800. 727-776-8129
Do It Yourselflnfor F.215838P gl7? ish Bulldog 12 Pup-
PaverSealantAvailable Pool Table4x8 YARDFRUIT TREES L eS, AKC reg.Fawn &
(813)968-6150 Sun Paers Pro Series "Tournament 90Varieties Lemon-Lime ots, 63 champ
www.sunpavers.com slate, K66 100% gum Orange-Tangerine-FIg^ bloo lne. Born on 5/17.
ConcreePavesg mrubberr mnd rumelo-Persimmon Aval17/16 TakIng dep of
Concrete Pavers 2nds ht carved ca inei Fl.Peach-Plum-Nect. $500 $1500863-409-6629
from manufacturer sigts cre caIn.e All Sizes $15 to $50
low price, Brooksville newinbox never used Crepe Myrtles all sizes Esl7mo/Slba Inu 10 w
ca Cost $320u, selSlonaat Si 1250. fr20-U to$50eac n mn male pups, 1 solid
-7997 33www. Can deliver. 3 for 20- to $50 each wii ehs ull rown,
0 352 799-73www. c 813-752-49348 #7216934 S fr
flagstonepavers.com 813-293-7621 omed.oar,nosnes, st
4i80H Asg J hots $300.C 863-255-8799
14441 Sheds & Pool Table in io%, all 1
MCarhpoer & eu i eat, re b / FILA BRASILEIRO
|4^| ~ Capot fCft chie0?s American Bulldog
S p ot Wholesale $995, American Buldo MASTIFF, ultimate
7 $1095 8'. Robertson Pups,ABAre, parents on guard & family dog
illiards.813-229-2778 prem, must see! $800 uegis, hr foot ce arents
each-,f 727-375Fo8r62 Punrerefoot, Parents
g '- RIFFLE r 10-22 Ma ch. Call 727-375-8962 on-site. $500-$1200.
S'Carbon er barr, American Bulldog/Pitbull 727-441-9758 Ivmsg
gve bst va huge stock, 4 power Mix, parents on GERMAN SHEPHERD
S i scoed $400 premises extremely AKCE Bi PonPR
2a_'J9 $9.00 813.310-3020 ocile friendly, Adults, ich Colorsn
24Y-30,9 L1 E00 $300-$400.727-944-297 s orene.
Both are enclosed'
Concreteslabs36"door WANTED American Bulldog Pup, $650& up(941)809-6242
&2-7x8garagedoorsinst GUNS OLD FISHING allshots hlthcertmale GERMAN SHEPPERDS,
Other sizes avail LURS DUCKDECOYS wehs a Pups AKC Reg Health
813-788-3501 713-2333 LURES DU on premises. $5 u. Cert., 7-Bk & -Silver,
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS!i 863-667-0966 ATR ..hper Pure Breed Taking Dep,
SPRING CLEARANCE 1 -1 AUSTRAIUAN Shepherds PanAKCRe.-&Bk
24X24$3790 C EA NC Exercise NKCre tnri reds & tri $500-$800,813-996-4645
36x40 $6490 ,451,blacksC 8 wk Jun
364x $,90 41 i Equipmen 9th. 1350'8k, 63,e Goldendoodle Puppies.
48x90 $13,980 -, 7 5, $400 (8632 Ready 06/11. Regdo.
Must Sell 1-800-863-9128 BOWFLEX -XTL With ie 701-7647/863-425-681 Del1ery Tampa Incl.
Mike. -xtlik newi$00 or visit us DeliverywTampa Ic.
.extlike new $700OB, us ... $975. Cockapoos 575.
STEEL BUILDINGS FAC- (813) 610-2337 www.b ranch.net_ vww.cockapoopars.com
TORY DIRECT! Liuida- TANNING BED 28 Bulb, A IAN SHEPHERD (417)652-7869
tion Sale 25x32 $3950; Dbl ace tnnin, ND r"d' all colors JAPANESE CHIN PUPS,
30x42 $5100; 40x58 reayogo Black & White, Champi-
3 x4 post $,500 Call-8139917327
$6700; 50x140-$18.900 Selling $15000BO Cai l 13913 o sie aes, 10wk
Call 1(877)728-4807 81,3-728-7101 old, $1,000 each. Call
STEFL..18x21Crort $695WEIGHT SET 500b BASSET HOUND upes, 912-496-6191
installed; Buildings/ Olympic, CapBarbel. &health certs, long ears e rod
Sheds from $1925. Ai- Inc wit butterfly at- & big fe"' et $5 FemaJe, obedience &
most Any Size Available tach. $350 Call 813-571-.015 '-26 .23 house trained, spade, all
813-299-4790 681-5468 813-661-2998 -722 shots current.Asking
4 Iny i BICHON, AKC, champ $300. Call 813-960-4129.
B Machinery & 1 453 What's Free bloodM/F.home bred & lpjppw MKC 8wks
Heavy Equip. I raised, crate & potty ABPUPPIS, AKC ks
FREE TO GOOD HOME lYr training, taking de 3 males, 2 'females, all
FORKUFTMANITOU2004,, oldblackfluffy catAlso $700&up813-9 W-3944 y e owirto 37
startingat $9,950.Call r 813-754-25401 7 v e s "" t. 44 PPS, AKC, shots
I.Healthi I stshots.TakanDep. woBPUPt Crs=
Fo 31f-Ta a Fo 45r5lph;ct ly OZ R%3 head, champ. bkgrd.
since 1974. Parts Svcii Call 3 u2 Pedigrees. Parents/
Rental New'Use LEVITRA VIAGRA Muscle BICHON Pups AKC, grandparents on site.
Sales & acking. 3221 N. Relaxer!! Pain Relief!! Champ lire HlZ h certi $500352-307-0772
4 St -623 1 Order online: Pricebus- home raised vef'
terrx-com or l888-773- checked lStifis Free to 9aR0 0home 4
SFORKLIFTS-Riqfift has 6230 FDA approved drug 813-973- ta
S"As Is" to fully second. Soma, Tramadol, Cariso- d Oru Et COLlIg Puns i 8I3s-a3.s
Stop and see why we prodol, Fioricet agra, a O RER COLLIE Pus,w has had asUt.
givethe bestvaiuein re- Le1niraanmore, US_- AKAndt&i Id-in eom1e-
cond. forklifts in the censed Physi- RiBoordlines #1 Ailit a 32
state. Huge inventory. Icans/Pharmacist Over- Doo.$5003o2-628-28a8 (81.3)
1401USHwy.301N.Tpa' night Shipping Including, 5 CLASSIFIED
Larry, 813-620-1337. Saturday Delivery. CLASSIFIED WORKS ; IS CONVENIENT


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148 !og 1480|Dogs 11 4801 Dogs 1 14811Cats 499 arageYard 500 |ru s 550-599 564Rec tional I5841 Boats
MALTESE cuties also SHELTIE AKC, 8 weeks, !YOKIES ages 5mos and itt ats ees Recreation 20' 2000 Key Laro cen-
"1 Pupsavail, now health certMale/ Iunder.,$40-VKittens&te
Yorkies.Pups avail now health cert Male/ under, $450 KittenS&Ca KEYSVILLE, 1905 W.Keys- Tomatoes U Pick. POPUP CAMPERS for rent ter1console 12 p mer-
& later.$550 &up. Female home raised, Also MALTESE Pups Free to good home. Spay- ville Rd,Sat & Sun June Frank Diehl Farms. I A/C, Sink, Stove, Frig. curi, trailer, extras.
betsat acun.com Sable A White $400- betsat@acun.com Cash ed, neutered, some vac- 11&12 8AM til?.Furni- Leonard Lee Rd.& Hwy 50 MotorHomes Call Lynn to reserve ji -,000 obo.
941-322-9563 Cash $500.941-722-8806 941-322-9563 cines (813) 963-6612 ture, Clothes & Lots of 674 at Airport. 5 RV's 813.546.1827 www.popup 13-15-5026
MIN PINS, allBlack & Tan, SHELTIES, (Mini Collies). Through making waves? KITTENS & CATS GALORE misc items. Monday thru Saturday. rentalcampers.com 20'PROULINE2000C/C,150
M, 2F, loveable, hith We've got gorgeous Place a classified ad & All sizes and colors. PLANTCITY,1403E.Tom- 1 26' ITASCA 1989 W/LOW 565 RV Storage nr u T-Tos, electronics
certs. $400 Cash only. pups, precious sweet- letsailors get wind of Petsmart/FletcherAve. inSt (INBACK)2Family U pick Tomatoes, MILES 3K miles. Go&d i s,electronics
Ready 6/11. POP. hearts lovingly raised. yourboat! Sat. & Sun.12-4. Sale. Sat, June 11, 7AM- Artesian Farms Ruskin. inshape n/out. Newly &trr, excond.$177-8 00
813-885-6813, after 6pm. $450-$00.352-793-14551 Males Animal Friends Society. 2PM, Baskets and lots of Hwy 674 @ 30th Street st.railer itch. Seeps Fowler& -75 Call 813-477-8731
PIT BULL Pups 1001bsire, SHI TZU 4-month old 6mos.lstshots HC. KITTENSo T, W V p craftitems&Misc SE, behind KFC. Open 6.$13K(813)299-5939 RV'/Boat etc Security, 20x8' 1995 Polocraftflats
651b dam, for prot & male, brindle, shots, Pretty, Pretty $500-$750 V V Rescued, need lov- C '7/wk8am-5pm. 28' DIESEL, wide body, $50/no boat, Yamaha 55 hp,
family comp only, NO cratetrained.greatwith Days 863/648-2345/ ingpermnnanenthomes, 1 510 i Farm Equip I 34kmiles, split bath, Isle 813-986-3094 front trolling mtr, back
FIGHTING'! Only 1 left kids $450. Please call Eves863/512-0027 1 813-989-01690 M V Gbed, many upgrades oodRV/Boat storage. o live wells,
$400 b813-927-4235 13-888-8603 V clean, exc. con. C'woodRV/Boatstorage.n imini t o3900 obo.
$400obo813-927-4235 813-8888603T oTSpot Advertising Works| FARM Tractor Ford 4610, 1996 Gulfstrea $34,000 Sec pkg w/24hr access, 813-391-0433
WEED out your old lawn SHIH TZU PUPPIES KITTENSpotAdvertisingToors goodhome,8 50HP + reader blade, 813-684-1540or bright night lighting &
mower with an ad in registered, health A nDI wks, spayed, neutered, p bushog & disc, all exc 813-624-8147 wash area. From $35 24' GRADY WHITE OFF-
class460! certificates, 1st shots,A ADORABL tested wormed vacci- PLANCITY, 150 r- cond. i 9500 bofor all r 813-968-4991; 505-2803 SHORE twin counter ro-
$500. 813-649-0508 or nated.813-254-4975 rell St. Fri & Sat, June10 Call 813-973-8672 32' 1990 Gulf Stream Sun tating iohnsons,.175 off-
POODLE-STANDARD 1 /z 813-508-5188 PUPPY SALE "&11.8AM-4PM. Antique Sort series. Less then South Bay RV & Boat shore with low hours,
years old spade, Persian/Himalayan Kit- Dining Set, store dis- KubotaB6100Etractor,4' 25k mi, new tires, 454 Storage-Secureoutside outriggers, downrigger,
female, Ar l shots, SHIHTZUPUPS,4wksold, @ et a'd tens- CFA, high quality, plays, and much more finishing mower&4'box Ford eng. Auto levelers and covered storage. anchor chute.VHFGS,
Double registered, AKC cert, taking dep. shots hlth certs blue blade Iooks & runs ex- $8999813-988-2852 SouthBayStorage.com loran & depth finder.
$1,200 813997-7714 Blk/Wht & Brn/Wht. red ea Pt $3 45 ANTCTY3409 SMud- c e I I ent. $ 3 9 0 813-677-2000 813-286-0299 or
POODLES REDUCED! All Pare on site. CASH813-991-7130. d une 11, 813-757-6706 or 34 1995 Bn ton Ide, Swimming 813-727-0867
POOages and sizes. Pure All $400-$500. 813-363-4097 7:30AM-3PM, Children 813-309-3594 nice condition, loade, 580 Swimming 8137270
Bred Poodles. Males& Wire Hair Fox Terriers, A Selection of MoreThan PERSIAN kittens CFA Items& Misc. Horses & $2cafor4,000OBO 580 Pools pa cuddy with twin 225's
Females. $150-$300. AKC rare cute, smart. 50 PUPPIES shadeslvr; tabbies svr P LTC l' 525 ck 858-204-6482 A + POOL HEATERS FAC- a o bracket,
CALL863-712-4667. LilTeddBears, Bnon ea B BPxero r St, FrS ur, 0 Livestock 34 MT E 89A+ POOLRHEATES FAC- oca r' one
POODLES, Standard, sh uarn. Beagleh, an Boxer 1stsots.250ea. Mor 8AM Muluifamily An- 34' MOTORHOME 89 TORY DIRECT: Solar, posts, down riggers, out
POODLES, Standard, Cash $754-0281. LabChh, amerua,Dachshund, $280 ea. Cash tiues, clothes & lots of Lease quarter Horse Pace Arrow Class A, ex- Heat Pump or Gas. Com- bigger full canvas
AKC 7 weeks, Champi 727-754-0281 ab, Pomeranian, Poodleki, in e. a 6 Misc Pony. Child safe. Land 0 cellent condition, fully lete do-i-yourselfpool triax.eras.
on ediree500and PuShihTzu, usky, Takin D Ready.6/ Lakes area. Hunter equipped. Non-smok- heater kits. Phone sh odconl 00
healthcert. 148 Birds 7AM til ? Riding lawn Enlish/Western 1-800-333-9276, ext. 501.
WantAds Born4/20/05$700 All Puppies Come With: mower bikes andlots of Ca813-924-6729 36' 1999 Georgi By wwwTheEnergySuper 26 7 Excel26 1994
727856-3255 .1YrHealthWarranty MACAWS B and G, Taking miscitems Cruisemaster diesel, Market.com Lic AlphalCruiser, loaded,
P i al Free Vet Visit deposits on sweet ba- Quarter Horse-$500, slideout,28k,nonsmok- #CWCO29795nsured. Great cond! Low hours,
Pu es 4 Sale YORKIE Pups, 2 males ,Free Training DVD bies. $995. Other babies PLANT CITY, 5901 Bruton PonY-$500, Mini-S200, ers.satellite. exc cond Dealer inquiries wel- AC, sleeps 4 $19,995 obb
ar kAve.Pupy AKC Champin Blood 100%FinancingAvail. comngsooncallforinfo June 8AMti A idsafe. + 30more $72obo.813-685-1453. come. 81-503-3018
813-662-2592 line, Vet '- 1st Shots, 407-977-7934 ?, Lots ofEverytng. Will finance anyone. $0 '21amn nrur
Lic#P04062440 Hth Cers,81ut65Ty. Fe swat L s ec tion s Misc Pets/ mm a ss de A ovengroudpool instal-27 Cruisers Inc. 1989,
ROTTWEILERPUPS 1 YORKIE PUPS, Blue/Gold, SmallAnimals ,'Birds 48& Services tra5deda .renCta $1n5/ohw -TV's, V e, Triton Vd ir gr wok urpar hp motor.noa a d cnwd.
male, $300. 8Pwkshlthcerts shots AllYourupplyNeedis PENEDinSarasota813-w: gas en $55,000. anteed.813-995-944 $8,0 obo.813-653-1754
da -nrfordoars.coms PetlandTarmpa coral connection Reef ut eOTTUB-Seats 4, with 29' 1999pREGALsr,276
P udpiii fCrdeelar1m etlanditaa653-2 A uarium Outfittears. PLANT CitY, 911 Crystal MARES Two 7y,/oAPHA 36' BEAVER Monterey cOver 3-years old, in ax-; Eress cRuisLor foul
SCHNAUZERs Mini ups, P7699W. Waters Ave. Hundreds of Corals at Terrace, off Park & Cal- BREEDING STCK un- 7 CAT Diesel, sleeps celleconition 00 ee inc A/
APR reg. Solid Wite YORKIEPUPS,re isM&F, 0 greatprices941-922-9616 houn Sat June 11. reg. solid bk & beautiful 4,fullloadeexccon, including chemicals, and eneratorexc.cond
$750. Tail, dew claw & 2 vet shots, H house 13-49-80I www.coral Household Items, Dolls $2500; 1 reg blk w/wht 4870 mi. $60,000obo Call813-36-9318 $56,S c.(941)750-6617
vet cert, shots & raised. Beautfu$700& M-F11 at0-9Sun11-7 connectionsarasota.com Jewery, Collectibles, tar & 2 s $3kGood 35-597-8788 H ers 33 Crui
wormed. 813-265-2885. up. 813-643-1458, Visa, Mc, Amex Discover Raindate, June18, homes req'd/Exp rid- TurntoClassifiedto: HOTTUB/SPAS person 33'TroanExpressCruis-
PLANT CITY BAKER ST ers/ShotsUTD BUYIT. loaded, never used, fuo very good condition.
FIRST BAPTaSTCHURCH (813 996-0771 SELLIT. warranty, sacrifice $34,000. Call for appt.
SINGLES BUILDING. Sat POLE BARNS Garages, FIND IT. $1,500.813-508-1320 813-760-1441
June 11, 8AM-12. Large workshops, horsebarns 36' COACHMAN 2004 44' ulfstartrawleacht
Sale Furniture and Misc. *20x20x9 2,600 Aurora, like new, only I MOVE ANY SPA 1979 twin l6hp Perkins
Dealers & Vendors wel- *20x30x9 4,200 4900 mi 2 slides, Ford 1 9,tin l insA
$ STEPPIN' STONE FARM o2,x40X9 $,020 Loaded with extras. 813-625-65 2S6N kntsN9 e con
vh & re7u e *t st & r d B l T co PLANT CITY, Church Yard OtherSizesAvailae $86.4K 813-948-3431 813625 165 8ntv
r cSale(God is Love Out-c 813-713-2333-788-3501 d-37' 2004 NAT'L TROPICAL P/HOT TUB e, aiker nBOATS Several storm-
Fe11229WSu ccessfu l aReynol9oeds inesee, 97i3slitdSloae,
St, Thue-Sat, TV's Mi-/? CLASSIFIED sate e, oto~s'tat for digital LEDIoabet, damaged and donated
cro-wave, Baker Rack, LASIriu internetdesk area, full Must sell ,49S. Call: o ale: 18' to 32'
S E Books, Comforter, baby ARN body paint, freightliner 813-426-2894 Mike (727) 204-78
g g stuff, uilted Faric WORKS chassis, 1h00 trail SPA Leasure Bay, New CANOE, Old Town
l F Iit and M Chestnut Mare, 4 yr old, xtras, 155K ono. $,595. Ozoon, Light, cond. $1000 new, $600
begin with advertising. Now is Mo CIEst Sale perfect coniratio Locaedn Dae y. Maint. free cabinets, obo.813-645-1889
FrN CiTY,/ Curcam h-2 W grandfather hugged 865-742-2627 covered. 813-786-9802.
the perfect time t plan a TerracDr. Furn, glass all papers & b d- 37 HOLIDAY RAMBLER SPA! MustSell! 7-person Largest Volume Pontoon
collectibles, some an- lines avable. $10,000. ENDEVOR LE, 1995, new Deluxe.Neverused. In- DealerinFlorida.
garage sale he weather 0 -iques, kitchenware, -atires, 7KW sen, 3-way cludes cover, will deliver. CLEARANCESALE
g g e e Weather is clothes & more 8134862400. Fridge, 2 A/C, TV, JacKs, Full Warranty. Can fi- Nauticstar Bay Boats.
S g e shoppers M m Free Horse if boarded Oak/CorianTile, 42k nanceW.A.C., payments www.donsboating.com
greatand garage sale ers with us! Full board m, From Calif. 34.5K. under $100 per month. 813677-1300
$250/mo. Horses rented 909-800-0311 In a hurry. CALL SE Doo 2004 Rp S.
are keeping their eyes on the w S\ now 813 649-1126www. 1intrnet, 14a0 m, Clow with f-water
'Books,-Comforterw.aby bo2y04aintearer o 14 on813-4-2894HARGeD7Black andyel-

suncitystablescom 340hp, work horse HD 583 hours. Like new. $9000.
Classifieds for the best sales in PLANT CITY Moving QUARTER HORSEPAINT chassis, fully oae. Vehicles Call Mike @
Sale, Furn, HlH items 8 yo, professionally $99,900.352-854-7279 727-410-5047
S1 town. Put an 3 'ad in theaa ea, u p 39', 2004 Winnebao0 Ad- 115HP, Lw hours,8 SX Boat Slips i
339 Sparkman Rd. S.-oft300f & ea t3 trail/ren eal.l dci s venture, 140 mi, excellent condition, S$5 storage I
339 SparKman Rd. S. of $3,0OOFirm.) 340hp, work horse.HO $3,000 gBU.
be n wt aSsfied section today and Plant City off Rt 39. (813)968-7662 ahlss, snted i aedH.d 813-94098753 B
PLANTCTy Thonotosas- Large herds of blk Angus, $99,900.352-854-7279 TA
youll saRd,behidTheTooth biwhtface&Brangus 4 1990 BEAVER MAR- HX w. brand new .hvy Servin onew. Tam USe
r r e table, slide, clothes, or229-246-1819 (727)639-9746 813-866-5533
a g2 L 813-707-8268FG6RunsCarrakw doOutside

Sc i toys and lots of misc AHAyr old Mare docs 40' Alpine 99 Coach Sea Doo 1997 GSX. Runs Carrollwod Outside
fSale Special 500-549 atoco- hase new in 2oo cantestride Storge-Aboats/Rs
S(Call for detas) Farmer's Market nti .fd, re en ao li4154 i nar ts.Ca- 4 hr acc.8 o505a03
Call 813-907-0927 carehoue.0m03 KWASAKI 02 ULTRA150 Marine
Plant City WANTED Horses rar3 vestsube 58 Supplies &
Courier g ege e qis .Toap! F r2ld muso mpioneslo, i a 600.e0 (813) Repairr
C u i0Eeu Top sndP0 3Iin Palmetto, FL, Warr. 620-026 '

Conch-Zip er-Black Eye Gao home. T-TOPS ANODIZED
813 Peas Uick Schofield now:813-649-11 26 Ad- 584 Bat Acan
Farms, -4 exit 14, HERDDISPERSAL60 head antAds 5841 Boats customized to fit any
SMclntosh Rd. Go South, crossbredcows, calving 888-Bates RV Nearly 600 13' 2003 Gheenoe, 2003 Boat $800. 941-266-0903
Gaeagher id Closed o each Aphal-4xitl4Sampa. trail extras
39Spatrdaynoon until 129 0excellentStoa ge
dan yo r30a. Call2-494-9404 DIESEL Endeavor, Fully e OUETPBA ll makes
SCGARSL cantaloupe avai. BULL, Brangus, 8 mos Warranted 200 www. 813-748-3691 modes. New Nissans
old $750 Hand Feed. WizBizSolutions.com 16' XPRESS 2003 ALU- sold.Allboatrepairs.
813-949-0477 Pat(239)464-7318 MAWELD, SIDECNSLE GibtontonFl813.767.5521
C5M2sC m p uer TROLLM TR, FRNT REAR eas.7 R siboats
WANTED: GOATS, SHEEP, $6,500 (813) 994-8853 27' CATAUNA Sloop 1984,
LAMAS, & CATI'LE. TO 22' POPUP 1997 SLEEPS 6 16FT. Carolina Skiff boat 2od condi2tiaonm
HOME. CALL CINDY STOVE TC. EXCEL motor &trailer,2HP slp, rolleruringen
S73 W A-9 oNOW 813-649-1126 COND 3600 OBO Excellentcondition oa, tier pilo door
Beef Tampas, -21054861 Wike newl $4500. head, $14,000 aba. Call
teel f Steers (813)78 Call 813-963-1766. '813-767-3312
m Tampa-7717F toy. ag ls T a yr c young. Avg 700 ps. 1995, ne eds sor 2 measinteri-
600-570.813-754-2545 or wCall center console, fiber- trailer. Good condition.
S Ta a 416NA ea e 86 aiREGISTERED PaintL12 yr trr to ing motor &
old Gelding, 15 hands, 34FT. 1989 AIRSTREAM de finder, used only
a e Western Dressae LIMITED-Tri-axels, 10rs, must sell due to ODAY 30 1978 ODAY 30
reat dis position, $2, solid wood cabinets, death $12,995 Call Diana 100b, 155 enoaazy
Sf -13-763-2001. CoN rian Counters, very West 863-696-1959 j acls., H/Cp8r3
blac813-24-024/41-2484. 17.5' 1996 FOURr WINS e, mAM F
$2o500 8438-478-0796 350.h DUTCHMAN' a S 5rn b a H, IcSHe 8
2 Quarter,i fr sale, broke i 1 Be s ke to mer i s 3ves Tr tspoL o O
for trail ers0wakeboard tower,
Tampa -7319W. Waters Ave. Tampa -14936 N. Floda Ave. each.813- 3'PROW R o199 needs trailer & access. Fres
Tampa- 12105 W. Linebaugh Ave. Tampa 2115 Hillsborough Ave., Unit B I P atue & so me r airwoo-k- onb8132 0111
Tampa 7717 W. Hillsborough Ave. Tampa 9309 N. 56th St. I 52 stalls irig $30o00 nioI C s1 Balimear capri I ~'
Tampa 614 S. Howard Ave. Tampa -16033 Tampa Palms Blvd., Suite 33 Plant c / Lkd Area Full 4 1. 0 MPALA Travel rid 1990. at w. le
Tampa -1155 S. Dale Mabry Hwy. Valrico 2016 E. S.R. 60 board, se faci Trailer,3 slides, 2br, Family fun, fish or ski! AUTO MECHANICS TOOL
Mi-hR S ty, friendly, o ean, best airwash ear/d yer, more. $3500(352) 585-6260 Box & TOOLS & Test
Tampa 3642 Gandy Blvd. Valico 3307 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd. care, grass turnout. 27s Equipment. Mostly
Tampa- 8416 N. Armenia Ave. Seffner 806 Mar$in Luther King Jr Blvd. $250/mo.863L 803-391-6248 S9nPro Y Snap-On2& Ma2ctols.
Tampa 5501 N. Armenia Ave. Wesley Chapel 5450 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. I 1999 a.divPalomin die platform, depth
Monda 6Hrm DIESEL Ende-inS v or, Fullyr, finder, per5orance oT
Barrd B8H-$4/Roll sinkstove, xc. cond. 813-9d7-7191 RPAIRS .MA-Flm e5.

Cantaloupasaavail.BFreerand rn $87/z13 ad2 ty od radiosNew NITH ssaD ns
or $750 Handieed. A813-- 7 1'X 03541 2 Poasold.AI81b,-3a5-5816 A8 es. S I5 re.
813-764-8726 ClassifWid, of course!, i CLASS 462










6 Trailers
14x7x7 enclosed Cargo
Cruiser, antisway hitch,
dual axles, elect brks,
rear & side drs extras
$2950obo (352) 684-9488
2004 FLAT BED dual axle,
18 ft, wood stake sides,
electric brakes, white
spoke wheels. $950 Lknd
(863) 682-0115

6' x 12', heavy duty, dual
axle $1,200. Call
813-486-9311 601-9311

291Trucks Lightu
62 Duty
CHEVY 1985 S10 New
Paint, Nice Interior
Runs Good. $2,900 OBOd
941-737-7632 or
after 6.813-684-7641
Through making waves?
Place a classified ad &
letsailors get wind of
your boat!
CHEVY 1999 S10/T10
155,000 mi, Tan, Pickup,
Auto., 2 WD, 4 Cyl.
$4,200 Must See Great
Value (813) 363-8151
Chevy 2000 S10-LS, V-6,
sport side, auto, air, tilt
cruise, 60/40, beid &
dash mats. 1 owner.
$6900 813-986-2923
CHEVY 2001 S-10, Reg
cab, auto, 6-cy[I
Wht/Grey int, runs &
looks great! 1st $4550
takes if. 727-455-7697
Chevy 2002 Silverado
250 HDLS, crewcab, 8.1
Vortex, alison auto
trans, every option
avail, tow pkg, 39k mi,
non smoker, garaged,
illness forces sale.
$22,550.727-798-3527
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's
CHEVY 2002 SILVERADO,
V6, auto, cold A/C, Ithr
seats, PS, PB, tool box &
bedliner, 74K miles
$9,500obo 813-717-7654
DODGE 1995 DAKOTA
Sport, 80K miles, cold
air, bedliner, red, 4 cyl,
5 spdruns great, $3500
OBO. 727-385-5444
DODGE 2005 PICKUP 1500
1,300. mi, Silver, Pickup,
Auto., 2 WD, 8 Cyl.
$28,000, Firm Price,
HEMI, Quad CabSLT
Sport, Loaded, 20ich
wheels. (813) 431-2350
FORD 1988 F150, ext cab,
8' bed, 302 V-8,
automatic, new brakes,
good cond. $3000
(352) 585-6060
FORD 1991 F250 111k mi,
Blue Auto 2 WD, 8 Cyl.
$2,500, (813) 948-8243
FORD 2000 F-150 ext. cab
sport, dual exhaust, bed
liner, tonneau cover,
60K mi. $10,900 obo.
John: 813-433-8557
FORD 2000 F-150 XLT Extd
cab, 4-dr, auto, A/C 80k
mi, pwr W&L, tilt &
cruise, Must sell! $9,450
obo 727-992-3739
FORD 2004 F-250, 4x4
5spd, red, 5.4L, 20K
miles $25,000 or best of-
fer. Please call:
813-748-8061
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
JEEP 1986 CAMMANCHE
Pick Up, V6, 2.5 Ltr, 5
speed, great work truck,
$1200.727-385-5444

Nissan 1995 XE pickup, 4
cyl, 5 spd, AC 1 owner,
exc cond, 130K mi, runs
perfect. $3350 obo
813-478-7778


IlTrucks- ISport Utility
630 Heavy Duty [632Vehiclesrt U

CHEVROLET 1995 Silvera- DODGE 1998 DURANGO,
do 1500, extra cab, auto- 5.2L, leather, 98k miles,
matic, air, loaded, 5.7 all power, 3rd row seat,
V8, best offer. rear AC, $7,500. Call
813-600-5097. 813-789-3357
FORD 1992 Bronco Eddie DODGE 1999 Durango 52L
Bauer Green/tan, 302 V8, Red, 93K mi, 6-cd
eng, 4x4, great shape, changer, rear A/C, 3rd
AC blown ead gasket row seat, clean up-
$2500 obo 813-837-1106 grades $9K 813 505-9517
STERLING 2003 Flat bed FORD 1994EXPLORERXLT
truck, 26' bed, 12 liter V6, dark green, tan
CAT engine 128K miles, leather interior, A/C,
$64,500. 843-762-0012 or new tires 109K mi, runs
843-556-7234 well, $2250 813-684-3406
VOLVO 1997 Tractor, FORD 1997 EXPEDITION
215,787 miles, 10spd, 113Kmi, Red,GoodCond
375HP, w/40' trailer Eddie Bauer, 5.4L, V8, 4
w/2004 Princeton Tail WD, $10500, After 5PM
Piggyback, diesel eng. (813)220-2871
843-556-7234 FORD 2000 Expedition
84W he2 XLT, 1 owner, exc cond.
4-Wheel 79k miles, burgundy/
630B] graylthr3rdrow$11,900
Drive OBO. 813-926-9033
JEEP 1998 Wrangler Sport FORD 2002 Explorer XLS
black, runs good, 5 spd. Silver, Leather CD New
62K mi. A/M/FM/CD, Tires, Exc.Cond. 68Kmi
$6500 727-580-421d V6, $13,506
727-514-2722
16311 Vans I INFINITY 1997 QX4, load-
edth1 Vansr sn rf well main,
CHRYSLER 1998 TOWN & low 82k mi, mint cond
COUNTRY LXI, 71K low $9700 813-677-691n
mi, V63.8L, loaded, quad 386-453-8329
leather seats 7 pass. INFINITY 2001 QX4,
$7,200.813-996-7967 Fully Loaded 75K miles,
Chrysler 2000 Town N $16, 00.
Country LX-Silver, fully 813-931-133al between 9-7p
loaded, new tires & 813-931-1331
brakes, exc. condition! Isuzu 1996 Rodeo, V6, au-
$8300.813-727-7026. to, power, exc cond 'pri-
vate owner, $3950 ooo.
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP 813-884-50atewn,47 r week$39oo.
Van, 10" lowered floor days813-884-50477 or we5-2651.
power ramp, 14,006 days 775-2651.
miles.Call727-492-1630. Jeep 1988 Cherokee
Laredo, Drk Green, Orig.
Ford 1989 E250 cargovan, owner, great condition
big 6, C6 trans, w/ war- $2,000. 813-240-6081
rant,C AC, new tres& $2,000.813-240-6081
paint, nice clean truck. JEEP 1999 Grand Chero-
$3000 obo 727-385-8166 kee Laredo, Black load-
FORD1992E1oCitubWgn ed, Ithr, 2WD, 69K mi,
FORD1992 E150Club, W great condition. $9500.
XLT, 7 pass, 5.8L, tow Call 813-391-4827
pkg, blue, dual AC, 162K 8-391-27
exc cond. $4500 obo Jeep 2002 Grand Chero-
813-695-3493 235-6776 kee Laredo, Auto, Load-
FORD 1995 Windstar,7 tlhe eat conditki,45K
pass, very good A/C,$mle
runs and vesr $11,9600813-960-9687 1
$2500 8 BO. JEEP 2004 Grand Chero-
813-760-8888 or kee Special Edt. Mint
813-870-2625 Cond, 27K Mi Non
FORD 1999 Conversion smoke, leather all pw-
FORD 1999 Conversion erSilver, r Sunrpooof.
Van, 45k miles, equipped erov 400er 1 1n47
w/wheelchair lift hand $22,400 813-220-9170
control, etc. $15,000. JEEP 2004 Liberty Black
Call 813-995-0470 grey int, V6, 38k mi:
FORD 2000 WINDSTAR LS, raLedlstereo, m cup-
ext. 7 pass. 5 door A/C, sr imac,
CD, FM/AM/Cass 'auto $14,000.813-991-4575
all pwr, 45K mi. $7,400 JEEP 2005 WRANGLER,
OB. 813-642-0320 4x4, loaded, A/C, 4K, like
FORD 2002 E-150 Handi- new, owner.
cap Van w/ lowered $15,999
fclaoor Call 813-265-4444
floor, hand control, lift,
EZ lock, 3K warranty LEXUS 1999 RX300 GOLD
$33,500 (813) 625-5091. PACKAGE! 87,000 mi, AT,
NISSAN 1995 Quest Mini 2onWTD r. Eaxdcellent
Van, V6, power every- condition. Lady Driven.
thing, excellent canal- Dealer maintained.
tion, 135k miles, new Mar in maian Ned.
carpet, 1st $4000 steals nothe ing. Clean arFax.
it. 13-888-8603. All options. Book value
Toyota'99 Sienna LE $17800 or best offer.
A/C 66k miCDall pwr Selling for my mother
quad seatsV6,r. rack, w is moving. (813)
running brd,1 owrexc 842-4223
cnd$11,500813-205-7935 Lexus 2001 RX 300, SUV,
ISnnt Utiliu Imint cond, non smoker,
632 Sport "'y garage kept. Only 33k



813-866-7275 moonroof, pwr seat,
roof rack, new tires.
CHEVY 1986 K5 BLAZER, $15,900.f813-987-6312
runs great! 350 engine, new MAZDA 2003 TRIBUTE ES

$r00 813-0885-67e Toyotat1r994 LanndeCruise
Second owner, all
maint. records, fully
loaded, mint. 105K mi.
CHEVY 1999 TAHOE 2dr, $11,800. (813) 299-4561
2WD, 53K mi, black, 20 Nn
leather, garaged, very TOYOTA 2001 4RUNNER,
clean $12500. maroon, V6, low mi,PW,
813-390-8888 PDL, CD plyr, still under
fact warr. exc cond
Want Ads $15,700 727-271-0698


WINN DiXIE
America's Sennar


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


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


I 2 Sport Utility
S1Vehicles
TOYOTA2001 HIGHLAND-
ER, 54,000 mi, Blue,key-
less entry/alarm Auto
2 WD, 100k warr $15,900
obo (813) 854-2254
33 Scooters &
533 Mopeds
HYOSUNG Prima Scotter
2003 49.9 CC, Call
813-752-0022
16351 Motorcycles |
BMW 2001 K1200RS
7K miles, silver/blue,
Stai-n-Tune, never rid-
den in rain, pristine,
$8,300 (941) 224-1722
HARLEY 1997 DAVIDSON
LOWRIDER, 112hp, very
fast, very sharp, must
see. Call Brian at
813-634-6144
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1999
HERITAGE, 1,035 mi.
Priced to sell at $12,506
OBO. For details please
call 813-839-5050
HARLEY 2003 1200XLC
Sportster cstm, gun
metal, lots of chrome &
xtras, 3500 mi.
Showroom cond.
$10,400.813-714-3651
When you read Classified
it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY!
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2003
FXD Arii.er:ar)., 6000i
n .,tr.tE. 10k rnrn f.zi z.
,reau. lu l,;i1' I .51)0

HARLEY 2003 Fat Boy,
Anniv Ed, 2-tone, fuefin-
ject, alarm, stage 1 kit,
Santee pipes 3K miles
$18,900 813-390-6062
HARLEY 2003 Low Rider
BIk, 1500 mi, Loaded
w/extras! $16,900 obo.
VERY VERY CLEAN!
813-986-2694/763-0223
Harley Davidson FXRS,
34K mi, garage kept, no
oil leaks excellent origi-
nal paint extra chrome,
convertible windshield,
2 seats, saddle bags, 2
covers. $8,950. good
deal LkId (863) 860-3828
Honda 1995 ST1100,
super low miles, many
after market extras,
garage kept. $5950
813-600-1574
HONDA 2003 Shadow Ace
750, windshield, low
miles. $4700
775-830-2737 or
775-771-8515
Spot Advertising Works
Honda 2004 CBR 600RR,
black & silver, 1600 mi,
excellent condition.
$6900 Call Eric
863-559-1620
INDEPENDENCE 2003
Freedom Express Cstm,
100CI Revtech engine,
6-spd trans cstm paint,
cstm paint, 240 rear,
soft-tail xtras Exc
cond, 5500 mi. $i9,400.
813-714-3651
KAWASAKI 2003 Mean
Streak Vance Himes ex-
haust k & N, power con
trol, 2 yr ext. wArrnr.
$8500. Call 813-'.5 17:.
SUZUKI 2001 VOLUI;i
Garage kept, Real eye
catcher. Low miles Sell
or Trade 4 Boat $4950
(727) 433-7665
Suzuki 2002 GSXR 600,
adult rider, garaged,
never raced, new tires,
only 5200 mi. Perfect
$6300 obo 352-238-8855
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA .1981 Virago
750cc good condition,
good iires and new bat-
tery. $1500obo.
813-962-0588


6351 Motorcycles I
YAMAHA 1981 XS. 100.
Excellent rcndi-no ,
trailer hitch, tow behind
trailer, $1850 obo.
813-763-2929
YAMAHA 1998 VStar 650,
custom, Flames over
Black, straight pipes
low mi, $3999 obo Call
813-505-5307

YAMAHA 1999
V-Star, loads of extras
$4,000 Call 813-866-7275

16361 Golf Carts

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
16371ATVs I
ATV 2005 110 shaft drive
ATV, 4 cycle, 3 spd + re-
verse, electric start,
$1299.352-854-7279

ATV 2005 110 shaft drive
ATV, 4 cycle, 3 spd + re-
verse electric start,
$1269.352-854-7279

ATV!!! YAMAHA 2005
RAPTOR 660 Less than 5
hrs. In PERFECT condi-
tion serious inquiries
only$5,900
(813)493-9047
I Vehicles
640 Wanted

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to the "Original!" 1-800-
CHARITY CARS! ** You
may receive full fair
market value even
w/the new Tax Laws!""
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,- WANTED/.
DEAD OR ALIVE
Cars, trucks & vans
Cash Paid. Free Tow.
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CASH PAID
For Cars Running or Not!
We'll come pick it up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535

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$ WE BUY CARS $
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727-536-7538

VOLVO 1982 240
4 dr, 136K mi, very good
cond, needs minor work.
$600 (352) 585-6060
WE BUY CARS Trucks,
RV's, Boats. Real Top
$$$ CASH Today! Any
Condition. Free Removal,
24hrs.l *813-964-8095
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
BUICK 1972 SKYLARK
Cstm. Poor mans
Malibu 350, P/S, P/B,
AC. Body on restoration
in '02. Gold/Tan.
$11,600.813-643-5553
BUICK 1973 LESABRE, 2dr,
hard top, newpaint, vi-
nyl top, tires, RI34 A/C+
much more 48K miles
$8,995obo 813-685-2086
CADILLAC 1967 DEVILLE
CONVERTIBLE, 1
OWNER, ORIGINAL
TITLE, NEEDS WORK,
$2000. 813-992-5555
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classified
each and every day


Valrico -1971 S.R. 60
Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd.
Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market
Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54
Seffner- 725 N. Grove Cir.


Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CADILLAC 1976 DeVille,
Gold, Exc. Cond,
i- 106KMi,
$2,000 obo
1 813-633-8553 I
CHEVY 1969 CAMARO SS
NEW 350/383/ Console
Auto P/S P/DB, COLD
FACT. A/C, RALYES w
W/L DAYT6NAS, ROSE-
WOOD WHEEL, R/S
GAUGES, YELLOW
w/BLACK STRIPES,
BLACK INT. EVERY-
THING IS NEW AND DE-
TAILED TO THE MAX! 3
SHOWS/3-1st PLACES.
$29,900 Call TOM (813)
833-7647
CHEVY 1977 CAPRICE,
white, orig. owner, ga-
rage kept, new pam &
int., no rust, 42K mi
$2,500 813-920-5094
CHEVY 1977 EL CAMINO,
RUNS & DRIVES GREAT,
NEEDS FLOOR WORK.
$1000.813-992-5555

CHRYSLER 1973
New Yorker Brougham
all original 54k original
miles, appraised at
$6.500. OBO.
813-737-4506 or
813-727-9336
CORVETTE 1981 Low mi,
exc original condition,
many new parts show
car, Silver/Grey $13,500
obo. Call 813-505-5307
FORD 1950 Custom 2 Dr
Black 6 Volt V8 3 speed
on column Great Shape
$15,500
Call: 813-689-4492
OLDS 1972 CUTLASS S
CONVERTIBLE, NEWLY
RESTORED, Rocket 350,
AC, Wht/Brown $19,850.
813-253-2347
TRIUMPH 1980 TR7
Convertible, 5 speed
manual, 76K orig. miles,
1 owner, runs great,
factory air, perfect
cond., needspaint&top.
$1,895 obo. 813-391-9255
I48 Station
Wagons

SUBARU 2002 Outback
Wagon, White, 4 Cyl,
AWD, 45K, $13,517.82 +
sales tax- firm. call
813-977-4247
649 Automobiles
I For Sale
Acura 1997 3.5RL, cham-
pagne, fully loaded, well
maint., exc condo, runs &
looks great. $7300.
352-567-0607.
ACURA 2002 RSX-Type S
fully loaded, 85K mi. exc.
cond. well maint. black
on black, $11900 obo.
813-961-5456
AUDI 2000 A6 55,742 mi,
Tan, Wagon Auto.,
AWD, 6 Cy. VIN#:
WAULH24B2YN065635
$17 600, Luxury, Zero
deductible, bumper-
bumper extended war-
ranty Fully Loaded (813)
571-3639
BMW 1991 318is, 5spd,
snrf, cold AC, orig paint
too much new to list!
$3,000 obo. Call
813-997-3359
BMW 1995 7401L Dark
green, beige leather,
ndowner, garage kept,
sunroof, alF op $8750
OBO. 813-971-6936
BMW 1999 323CI, remote
convertible, clean, cold
a/c cd chngr, engine
disabled alarm, 88,600 mi
$16,500.813.130.8018
BMW 1999 5281 White w/
sports package. $17,500
As Is oo. 813-966-9362
BMW 2001 3251, silver
/gray Ithr int. auto, 57K
mi. 1 owner, garaged
gorge$19,990 813-42-5536
obo 813-926-4846
BMW 2002 325i, exc cond,
blk w/gray Ithr, fully
loaded, 69k, I fern own,
ext maint warr to 100k.
$19,990 813-842-5536
BMW 2002 330CI convert-
ible metallic blue, leath-
er int, premium sports
cold weather pkgs, tel. 5
yr 100k mi new wrnty.
less then 6k mi $36,000
(813)286-2526
BMW 2002 54011 owner,
sport pkg, loaded,
garage kept, immaculate
$36,900 obo. Call Russell
813-918-6326
BMW2002745i, black, 37k
mi, all the options,
$48,000
863-533-4482
Buick 1993 Roadmaster
Luxury Wagon, well
mntd, all pwr opt, Ithr,
cold AC 99K, runs great-
$4100 Obo 813-569-8079
Buick 1995 LeSabre, 4
door all elec, runs
smooth, cruise, auto,
many new parts. High
mi. $1995.727-360-0474.
CADILLAC 1998 D'ELE-
GANCE 118,000 mi, Sil-
ver $6,900 Luxury
Looks and Runs Great
(813) 996-3505
CHEVY 1993 Camaro Z28
all pwr, AC, good cond,
$4950.813-967-5767
With QUICK ACTION
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Cal today tor rates!


6 1 Automobiles
For Sale
CHEVY 1998 CAVALIER,
blue, 4 dr, auto, A/C, orig
owner, runs & looks
great 102k mi, $2595
813-975-8802
CHEVY 1999 Lumina LTZ
White, 4dr, 6cyl, CD,
Lthr PowerWin &Seats,
Cold AC, Exc. Cond.
$4,100A 813-335-1169
CHEVY 2003 IMPALA
86,000 mi Tan, Sedan,
Auto., 2WD, 6 CyL $9,700
(813) 917-1601
CHRYSLER 1992 NEW
Yorker Salon, 4dr, cold
AC rebuilt, exc cond.
$2000 Call 813-661-2998

CHRYSLER 1994-LEBA-
RON, Conv, A/C, P/W,
P/S, white, 95K mi,.new
suspension $4000 well
cared for 352-239-0535
CHRYSLER 2000 CON-
CORD LXI, beautiful in-
side/out, your mech
confirm 124K, (200 pos-
sib) $7960 813-634-2527
CHRYSLER 2002 TOWN \ &
COUNTRY LTD. 31k mi,
Wht, ABS,Trac Cntrl
Lthr, loaded. 7 yr-70k mil
full wrnty. Great Car!!!
$17,900 (813)651-0357
CHRYSLER 2003 Sebring
LX Conv't. very good
cond. has everything
37,600 mi. all power,
$15,200 813:641-0824
CORVETTE 1990 Convert-
ible polo green w/tan in-
terior &top excellent
condition, all original.
71,000 miles, $11,500.
352-585-0063.
Dodge 1998 Avenger, red
w/gray leather int, V6,
all options, new tires &
Sony stereo. $3950
813-926-8812
DODGE 2004 Neon SXT,
silver, 9K mi. loaded,
24mpg city, $10 200.
Days 813-875-8935 or
eves 231-8508
FORD 2001 ESCORT ZX2
Great Graduation Gift!
auto trans, 29k mi, great
cond. $5400 obo
813-994-1188
FORD 2001 Mustang
Convertible GT, auto,
V8, leather, 46K miles.
Will sell for $14,500,
863-873-9583.
Ford 2002 Thunderbird
Red, has both tops, 14K
miles.
Asking $26,000
813-763-1690 -752-0880
FORD 2003 Escape XLT
37K, dark blue, loaded,
luggage rack, exc cond.
new tires, $15,750,
813-980-6180
FORD 2003 Mustang GT
convertible, loaded, lots
of extras, $15,000. Call
813-968-7061

Ford 2003 Thunderbird
Ltd Ed., Light Baby Blue
6096 miles, gar. cvrd, i
tops, elec theft security
$28,860 813-655-1241
FORD 2005 Mustang GT,
4000 miles, every option
available by Ford is in
this vehicle plus $10,000
in add on accessories.
$5000 down & take over
payments. Call Walter
at 813-767-8299.
HONDA 1982 PRELUDE,
runs, looks great, needs
trans $1000 obo
813-839-9863
HONDA 1994 CIVIC EX,
140K mi., 2 door 5 spd
Teal Green spoiler, pwr
win. & locks, A/C, new
tint/CD/speakers. Must
see $3,700.727-430-0203
HONDA 1997 Civic EX, 99k
mi, 2 dr, auto, blk, all
pwr, moonrf, 1 owner,
exc cond, $6000.
813-546-0731
HONDA 1998 Accord 4
cyl, A/C,A/C 4dr, Gold, 98K
mi, auto, all power, rims,
exc cond $6,900 Call
757-277-3733
Honda 1998 Accord LX
green PW PL ABS, cold
AC, 78K mi, 1'owner,
never wrecked, all
service current $7900
813-417-7677
HONDA 1998 Civic EX
auto, CD sunroof 99K
mi. cold AC, great cond.
1 owner, $6900,
727-804-6915
HONDA 1999 Civic HX,
56K, 5spd x cond, Black
ext, allpower, 36mpg,
WOW! $7,800. See
813-541-8405 H 961-0584
HONDA 2000 CIVIC LX.
tan, 5 spd, pwr wind's/
locks CD player 107K
mi, good condition.
$5700.813.787.1511
HONDA 2002 Accord EX,
4dr, 5spd, Loaded, 98K,
1 Owner, Exc. Condo.
$8,200 813-973-7075
3 410-507-2543 i
HONDA 2004 ACCORD EX-
4dr,4 cyl, auto, graphite,
all power, sun roof, 4k mi
excellent condition.
,$18,500.813238-4264
HYUNDAI 1998 TIBURON
54k mi, Black, Coupe,
Auto. 2 WD, 4 Cyl.
$3,300, Super Buy. 1
owner; some dents &
pristine interior.
727-278-6182 (cell) (727)
278-6182
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I6 Automobiles
SFor Sale
HYUNDAI 2002 Accent,
silver, 43K mi. AC,
AM/FM/cass, warranty,
$7300.727-522-5205
INRNITY 2003 M45 load-
ed, senior owner new
condition, only 16K mi.
$33,900.813-361-1917

Jaguar 1998 XJ8 Saphire
blue exc. cond! 10 disc
CD, leather, sunroof
wood grain. $12K OBO,
Must sell! 813-991-6661
JAGUAR 2000 S-Type,
Good Cond. Blue w/Tan
Leather, $14,995.
813-300-4505

JAGUAR 2000 S Type, sil-
ver, 20" custom wheels,
sunroof, 6 disc cdplay-
er, 62k mi, $15,500
813-982-0376
JAGUAR 2000 XK8, Pacific
Blue/Oatmeal, all
options including nav,
18" whis. Beautiful,
beautiful cond. $28,900.
352-596-6877,
352-596-0700
KIA SEDONA EX 2002 49K
mi, Green, Woodgrn
Leather, Warranty,
CDCruise, 6 Cyl, $10,500
Great Value
(813) 643-9834
LEXUS 1993 LS400 Pearl
white, mint cond, 126K,
fully loaded, needs
nothing. Has 3 mo. warr.
$6,950 obo 813 220-1528
Lexus 1999 ES-300, 4 DR,
Auto, gold exterior, tan
leather interior. Exc. int
& ext! New V rated tires,
92K miles $11,200 obo
813-966-4022
LEXUS 2001 GS300, auto,
98K miles black/tan
Ithr, dealer svcd, books
& records, $18,950.
727-459-6508
LEXUS 2002 IS300, red
mint cond. fully loaded
incl chrome whis, 49K
mi. $22,500 obo.
813-629-3817

%NEW

LISTING
LEXUS 2003 IS 300 12K
mi loaded, warranty,
silver, black 5 spd.
$23,300
941-544-5971
LINCOLN 1996 MARK VIII
Silver trimmed in Gold
Ithr int all options, 46K
mi $7500. 813-643-4409
or cell 813-294-6903
LINCOLN 2001 Continen-
tal, Pearl White w/ Grey
Lthr, 1 Owner, Garage
Kept Non-smoker, 50K,
$1,500 727-244-1477
LINCOLN 2001 Towncar
Cartier, Sedan, 52K Mi,
For sale by owner, see
car at 3822 W. Euclid.
Near Britton Plaza
Lincoln 2003 LS, less than
6K mi, light blue, 4 door,
leather, cyl, warranty.
Asking $20K
813-689-0688
Mercedes 1988 560 SL
Roadster, 2 tops, new
leather, white, lady driv-
en exc maintainance.
$9950 obo. 727-79310550
MERCEDES 1991 420 SEL
mint condition, 66K
miles, Blue/Grey, load-
ed, sunroof, $12,900.
Call 813-908-064
MERCEDES-BENZ 1996
S420 S-CLASS Smoke
Silver Sedan, Auto.,
LOADED! 8 Cyl. $15495,
Luxury! (813)300-6950
Mercedes 1998 C43 AMG,
V8, rare car, only 540
built'Dealer maintained
w/only 47K miles. $23,500
obo. Fin. Avail. Must sell!
Call 813-967-6098.
Mercedes 1999 C280,
champagne, tan leather,
sunroof, auto loaded,
exc cond, 13K mi.
$15,000 813-967-7070
MERCEDES 2000 C230
Kompressor, 1 owner,
22K mi, Wht, sunrf, 6 CD
chgr, exc cond $18,500
obo. 813-264-0066
MERCEDES BENZ 2002 CL
Silver/charcoal, AMG
pkg, Nay sys Parktron-
ics, new wheels, up-
graded seats, fac warr,
38,500 mi. Pristine Car.
$55,900 813-837-2771
Mercedes 2002 CLK 320
Cabriolet, silver w/grey
top, power everything, 6
CD chnger, either.
$33,000.727-687-5796
MERCEDES 2002 CLK320
convertible White/Ash
int 32K mi, CD, new con-
dition books&keys
$38,500obo 941-966-4668
MERCEDES 2003 E320
Cabriolet convertible
25K mi Pewter, perfect
& beautiful in every way
$43,900 813-951-070
MERCURY 1995 Mystique,
1 owner, 65k mi, red in t.
white ext, perfect
condition! $2200 obo.
813-765-9962
Mercury 1996 Grand
Marquis GS, 115K mi,
air, fully loaded, very
clean. Exc Cond. $,395.
Call 813-949-9545
MERCURY 1999 Grand
Marquise GS, full pwr,
silver, 58k mi( priced for
quick sale $5300
813-920-8793


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16491Automobiles
For Sale
Mercury 2002 Grand Mar-
quis, immac condo, svc
recs, white w/grey
Ither, brand new Michel-
in tires1-47k mi. Asking
$9,800. 813-264-2179
MITSUBISHI 1997
GALANT, 93K mi,
Black/lthr int, new tires
& whls. Good cond.
$3900 obo. 660-238-3310
Nissan 1982 280ZX 2+ 2
t-tops, 134K, gar kept,
orng. pnt, Ithr sts, new
battires, runs/looks
great $5,200 813-625-9375
NISSAN 1995 200SX, 160K
Mi, Green A/C, Gd Tires,
SunroofSpoiler, Runs
Good! Call 813-309-2349.
$2100. Can Email Pics.
NISSAN 1998 200SX, 5spd,
108K mi new brakes &
tires, AC, radio, great
transportation. $2700
obo Call 813-478-4782
NISSAN 1998 SENTRA
4DR, Silver, A/C, CD, 99K
mi. great on gas, runs
and looks great. $4,200.
Call 813-264-7819.
PLYMOUTH 1998 Neon
Expresso, sedan Green
under 58K miles, loaded,
clean good cond, $4000.
754-2556 leave message
$500 Police Impounds.
Hondas, Chevys,
Toyotas, etc. from $500.
For listing 800-749-8167,
ext4124.
PONTIAC 1996 Grand AM
AC, auto, all pwr, alarm
sys, per ect cond. runs
very good $2100.
813-657-9290
PONTIAC 1997 Sunfire GT
115K mi. 5 spd. pw, pl,
pm, CD, air, rear spoiler,
Sooner, great cond.
$2100 obo. 813-685-3357
PONTIAC 2000 Grand Prix,
loaded, 74k. Perfect. A
steal at $6999.
727-446-1661.

Pontiac 2002 Sunfire SE
26K actual mi, 2 dr, 5
spd, cd, sunroof, mint
cond ac arage kept.
$5950352'-341-0024
PONTIAC 2004 Grand Am
showroom cond, loaded
V6, mint 2 yr 24K mi
warr, 14K mi, $12,891.
813-962-8058 317-5036
PORSCHE 1986 944 Turbo,
Guards Red, low miles
all maint records, mint
cond, $13,800 firm. Call
407-436-6897 or
813-754-4797
PORSCHE 2002 BoxsterS,
6spd, 25K mi, Speed Yel-
low with speedster
humps, $29,000 obo. Call
813-789-1269
SATURN 2003 Ion silver
47,500 mi. very good
cond. 24pmg city, $7900.
Days 813-875-8935. Eves
231-8508
SUZUKI 1986 Samurai
4x4, extra parts, Weber
carb, title, bad trans
parts are$1000 complete,
813-763-2929
Toyota 1989 MR2 153k, all
pwr, 5 spd T-tops, cus-
tom rims, looks & runs
great, sporty, rare & fast
$2300.813-842-8482
TOYOTA 1996 CAMRY 4
Cyl. Gold Coupe, Wood
Trim, SRoof, ex cond,
Sony 10 disc w d-base
$5 000 obo (813
661-7004
TOYOTA 2002 Avalon XLS
perfect condo, bl4ck,
loaded, mnroo, spoiler,
premium sound + Only
$17,900.813-910-0699
Toyota 2002 Camry LE,
loaded, power, keyless,
alarm, 1 owner, CD play-
er, mint cond.
$11,450.813-810-5541
TOYOTA 2004 Camry LE
Black/oray, automatic,
$16,56Y. CallM
813-505-4241
Toyota '99 Camry CE-
Pewter, Tires/Tint/
Audio w/w arr. Low miles
clean nt. Prem. audio
$7999813-598-7396.
VOLVO 1989 240 SEDAN,
Exc cond 165K, auto,
White, alf pwr, 20MPG
$3,200 OB Great teen
car 813-238-2718
Volvo 1999 GLT S70, 125k
hwy miles, fully loaded,
exc shape, Black/Black,
sunroof, $7,300 OB0
813-12-3150
VW 1995 GTI VR6, mech
exc, Einbach springs,
fun, fast car! needs
paint, 112K mi, $3 800
Call 813-892-1356
VW 1997 Cabrio Hi-Line
Cony. Green, grey tthr,
125K miles, 5spd, 6CD,
runs great, exc cond.
$4900.813-335-2468
VW 2000 JETTA GLS 4 dr,
Slvr 2O.0L Auto, Anti
Theft Keyless, New A/C.
74K mi. 10 mo warr'y.
$10,500 813-882-9379
VW 2002 CABRIO GLX,
Silver/Grey top 341K mi,
auto, fully loaded, Ithr,
exc cond, warranty
$15A,495.8 13-997-5723
xb BUICK 1997 Skylark
Custom, 4DR-green, 67K
mi. exc. cond. 1 own,
$3500 727-580-4210




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