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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE
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PERMIT NO. 6238
THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA
Family and friends of
murder victim Jackay
Lee Kelley pay their
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Fire damages a food email@example.com
production plant off The Improvement League of Plant
Sydney Road. City is singing a new, more vocal
PAIR tune of late.
A. It might seem appropriate, then,
that its recent fundraiser one of its
largest to date- was a jazz concert
BIIIGG and supper.
S Founded in 1982, the nonprofit
group has operated relatively quietly,
offering after-school services for
minority children, such as mentoring
and computer skills, through its
Striving For Excellence Academy. The
league has operated without a home
of its own, using city or county
property to serve as its headquarters.
A Plant City son hits "We are working hard to change all
the high seas with that," said Henry Johnson, president .
nothing but the stars of the Improvement League, about
as a guide. the organization's low profile. "We
are going to do all that we can to re-
PAGE 8 introduce ourselves in the commu-
nity. Our involvement in the
community and our agenda will
more open and visible."
INDEX About 100 people attended the
June 18 concert and supper at St.
Clement Catholic Church's Father
CALENDAR Cronin Hall to see Ronda Paramoure
PAGE I perform.
....... ..........The event was sponsored, sup-
CLASSIFIED ported and attended by a diverse
PAGE )1 group of residents and business
people seeking to help the league in
its mission to restore the Bing
CROSSWORD Boarding House.
FAGE I The Bing House, a two-story frame
structure at 205 S. Allen St., was built
FAMILY UVING in 1918 and used as a boarding house
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See JAZZ, Page 12
GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Friends of the Bing House, officers of the Improvement League of Plant City and jazz performers stand
together June 18 during the jazz supper and show. From left are Sylvia Dodson, Henry Johnson, Marga-
ret Cyrise, in the foreground, George Nix, Liesta Sykes, Ronda Paramoure, Irene Farmer, Robert Moffa,
Joyce and John Mozzacato and William Thomas Jr.
pIU1M1W Fire Displaces Family Of 6
Jorge Ramirez Jr. sits by a dresser drawer full of the few contents the family
was able to salvage.
BREAKER IS CAUSE
By TONY MARRERO
A small shim that kept a
family in the light caused their
house to burn down last
The two-alarm blaze at a
historic home in north Plant
City started in a fuse box that
had been rigged with a piece
of wood to keep a breaker
switch from tripping, fire offi-
The June 17 blaze destroyed
the one-story, 1920s-era home
at 2605 Paul Buchman High-
way and displaced the six-
member Ramirez family, who
had been renting the home
from Ferris Waller of Bushnell.
A minor bum or blister to a
Plant City firefighter was the
only injury, but the family lost
nearly everything, said Amy
Ramirez, who was in the home
with two of her four children
when the fire started about
noon. Fire officials' initial esti-
mate of the damages includes
$40,000 for the structure and
$20,000 worth of contents.
The Ramirez family has no
On Monday, Amy Ramirez,
her husband, Jorge, and three
of the children returned to the
home to salvage what little
they could. The family had
lived in the house for little
more than a year.
David Raysin of Mulberry
manages the property for
Waller. Ramirez said she was
See FIRE, Page 12
during the June
JazI zng m U 18 Bing House
The nonprofit group seeks to
"re-introduce itself to the community."
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JUNE 23; 2005 THE COURIER 3
Family, Friends Mourn Murder Victim
Acid reflux seminar
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander
St., will offer a free seminar
on gastroesophageal reflux
disease, "Heartburn, Indi-
gestion and GERD," June
23 at 6:30 p.m. in the hos-
pital's Community Con-
The seminar will be
presented by the hospital's
Center. Dr. Ziauddin
Shamsi will answer ques-
tions about heartburn,
explain the latest diagnos-
tic and treatment
approaches available, and
address what sufferers can
do to relieve symptoms
and reduce damage to the
Space is limited, reser-
Bereaved Parent. of the
LISA will host a bereaved
parents support group ai
South Florida Bapnst
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander
St., on the fourth Thtusday
of the month at 7 p.m.
The next meeting will be
There will ume for
mothers and fathers to
share together and sepa-
Call: Beth Tancredo.
393-6577; or Anita Pippin,
.Assembly of God, 7051 S.
"Turkey"Creek Road, part-
ners with the American
Red Cr6ss to offer the
community two work-:"
shops luiie 25: "Infiaht,
Child and Adult CPR
See CALENDAR, Page 14
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Jackay Lee Kelley, 51, was
killed in front of a friend's
Plant City home just after
midnight on June 11.
On June 17, about 100
friends and family gathered at
the Bethel Missionary Baptist
Church on Renfro Street, just
blocks from were the fatal
shot was fired, to honor their
friend and loved one.
"Jack knew three things,"
said Julia I. Perkins, one of
Kelley's sisters, living in
Miami. "He knew
God was his help.
He knew to
honor God. And
S... he knew he
wanted to help
Kelley family members
came as far away
as Miami, Fort Lauderdale
and Darlington, S.C., to attend
the service. Sam Pelham Jr., a
neighbor and friend to Kelley,
was with him when two men
attacked the pair at Pelham's
Franklin Street home.
"It's hard for me to, express
my feelings," Pelham said to
those in the church. "You
could not find a better friend.
If you didn't have a friend, he
would be one for you. He was
a brother to me. He was a
brother to us all."
Plant City police have.
arrested Charles Edward
Thomas, aDade Citm resident,
and charged him with first-
degree murder in the case. .
Police are searching for a
second suspect, Wilson Gra-
ham, also of Dade City.
"I am hurt," said Jackay's
brother, Frank James Kelley -
Sr. "But I can ask God to for-
give the man who shot him. I
want justice to be served. I
want the man caught and
punished. But I can forgive
him. Jesus keeps me smiling.
GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Family and friends of Jackay Kelley gather to pay their last respects. They remembered him as a
man who enjoyed life and loved his community.
"jackay's death should not be in vain. Some-
thing should come from this that can bring the
neighborhood and the community together "
Sister of Jackay Kelley
Jesuts keeps me loving. We man .who meant no harm to
must leave it iin the hands of anyone is shot and killed."
the Lord." : -- "The greatest threat to our
Frank Kelley, a captain in people." Frank Kelley said,
the Clarendon Coun r--IS.C.) -'the greatest terrorists that we
Corrections Center -and an'- face are the people among us
ordained minister i. the ,who don't care about you and
Church of God in Darlington me. Those people who do not
since 1981, spoke to those respect you, your property or
attending the funeral. ; your life. Those are our ene-
, "For a few dollars this man mies."
took my brother's life. Some- ,
body foolishly," Kelley I didn't fight for freedom
emphasized, "and that is the so that the self-destructive
hurtful part foolishly took among us can destroy us from
my baby brother's life. For the inside," Kelley said. "This
what? A few dollars. For what? needs to stop."
Without caring. For what? A Jackay Kelley was born in
Florence, S.C., to the late
Deacon James Kelley Jr. and
Annie Jane Alford Kelley. He
came to Plant City at age 8,
attending Lincoln Elementary,
Marshall High School and
graduating from Plant City
High School in 1972. He was
employed for a time with a
mining company in Mulberry.
Sisters Sherel R. Gay of Fort
Lauderdale and Annie Cox of
Plant City expressed a desife"
to see the suspects brought to
"Jackay's death should not
be in vain," Cox said. "Some-
thing should come from this
that can bring the neighbor-
hood and the community
together. Lawlessness is no
way of life to be proud of. We
must work together to stop it
before it is too late for all of
Mark Filosi I -
Cataract Treatments Improve
A cataract is the clouding of the lens
in the eye. Many surgical advances
including the use of ultrasonic
devices have made it easier to remove
and replace the damaged lens. The
creation of a synthetic lens that can
be folded before being inserted into
the eye means the incisions can
be smaller and heal quicker. New
multifocal lens implants come close
to imitating the sight of a human eye.
Since lifetime exposure to damaging
UV rays- may cause cataracts,
everyone (even children) should
wear sunglasses with UV protection
4 #iTh*-CXRUftIER4*UNE 23,2005
PLANT CITY DIGEST
'Something Is Eternal'
With a touch of theater and
education, Plant City area residents will
have a chance to revisit and learn about
a slice of their town's history at the Barn
Theatre at Winthrop next week.
The June 28 town hall gathering, from
7 to 9 p.m., is a chance to revisit the
growth of the community as reflected in
its schools and the oral histories of
people who have longtime roots here.
The Our Town Histories project, an
independent venture founded by Linda
Chion Kenney, a reporter for The Bran-
don News, is designed to encompass
not just Plant City, but also the Brandon
and Gibsonton/Riverview areas and
communities in between.
The June 28 event kicks off a greater
oral history project, offering a glimpse
of the work to date, as well as a call for
more people to get involved by sharing
their old photos and stories. A table will
be set aside to scan pictures and record
Staged at the event will be the debut
production of "Something Is Eternal,"
performed by community theater
actors, including many public school
students. The show melds oral histo-
ries, research and songs and readings
that reflect a time period encompassing
more than 50 years. A grant project
benefiting students also will be intro-
duced. A longtime resident will be hon-
ored as well.
The event is free.
The Barn Theatre at Winthrop is at
11275 W. Bloomnindgale .Ave. between
Watson and Providence roads.
For more information, call 389-1809.
See DIGEST, Page 17
LINDA CHION KENNEY/Staff photo
Sharing some old-time memories recently at the Area 6
District Office on Thomas Street in Plant City are, from left,
Jean Pate, Carolyn Drawdy, Bud Nifong and former school board
member and Lithia high school namesake Joe Newsome. The
building is named in the memory of Nifong, who served as Area
6 director when the area encompassed all eastern Hillsborugh
County public schools.
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Two separate but related traffic accidents at
State Road 39 and Candis Road resulted in the
death of a bicyclist and an insurance investiga-
tor, who was taking pictures about five hours
after the first fatal accident.
Bicyclist Andres Martinez-Hernandez, 59, of
6206 Paul Buchman Highway, was struck about
9 p.m. June 19 while crossing S.R. 39, just north
of Varn Road, according to officials from the
Florida Highway Patrol.
Martinez-Hernandez was first struck by a
northbound 2005 GMC pickup driven by Fred-
erick Tucker, 78, of Wesley Chapel, and again
by a following 2003 Freightliner tractor-trailer
driven by 50-year-old Hiram Watson of Dade
Martinez-Hernandez was pronounced dead
at the scene.
Just a few hours later, 65-year-old insurance
adjuster James H. Sineath of Clearwater was
taking pictures of the accident scene about 1:50
a.m. when he step onto the road and was struck
by a northbound 2001 Chevrolet driven by
Edgar Torres, 27, of Zephyrbills. Sineath died at
the scene, an FHP spokesman said.
Fatal wreck shuts down 1-4
Eastbound lanes of Interstate 4 were closed
for several hours June 20 when a westbound
vehicle crossed the median east of Park Road
and was struck broadside by an eastbound car,
Florida Highway Patrol officials said.
Leila 0, Ai-Mutairi, 21, of Clearwater, was
killed when the 1994 Honda Accord she was
driving slid sideways through the grassy median
and was struck by a 2004 Toyota Sequoia.
The driver of the Toyota, Catherine Lynch,
37, of Winter Park, was treated for minor inju-
ries at Lakeland Regional Medical Center and
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An electrical fire at a food production plant last ,Sanchez,
weekend caused about S37,000 in damages but BarbarancesMaho-
resulted in only one minor injury, officials said. ney,Frances
Plant City Fire Rescue responded to a call from Scottand Linda
the Lykes Meat Group Plant, 4611 Lykes Road, at Schaefer work
4:40 p.m. on June 19 about a fire on the roof, said together to
Chief George Shiley. fashion hand-
The fire broke out in a small electrical room dis sized dollstobe
built on top of the sprawling facility off Sydney distributed by
Road, Shiley said. safety person-
The location of the fire made it difficult to get nel, such as
to and the size of the facility was a concern, so policepand fire
officials requested help from Hillsborough I Ldepartments, to
County Fire Rescue, which supplied a ladder .-children who
truck because Plant City's is undergoing mainte- have experi-
nance. p... enced trauma or
"Once we got to it, crews were able to put it out emergency.
pretty easily," Shiley said. to volunteer
Rescue crews spent some tense moments look- time, moneyer
ing for employees who were unaccounted for and material orney,
who were thought to be working in the area of the material ore
fire. All were found; one man was transported to services may
South Florida Baptist Hospital for what Shiley ~. call Mahoney at
described as minor smoke inhalation. B E 754-8826.
The plant, owned and operated by Smithfield
Foods, produces lunch meat, sausage and hot
dogs. Officials reached at the plant referred ques-
tions to Smithfield's corporate office in Smith-
field, Va. Officials there could not be immediately
reached for comment.
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As the grandparents of
several boys and girls who
play baseball, softball,
football, soccer and basketball
around the state of Florida
and in Georgia, we'd like to
comment on the playing
fields in the city of Plant City.
We've been to ball games
all over Florida and Georgia
for regular scheduled games
and tournament games. By
far, the city of Plant City
Recreation and Parks Depart-
ment provides the children
and young adults of Plant City
some of the best playing fields
and playing conditions we
We would like to compli-
ment not only the Recreation
and Parks Department but the
city as a whole for caring
enough about the young
people of Plant City to
provide the excellent recrea-
tional facilities we have in our
Judy and Carol Bassett
Hall receives scholarship
Justin Hall of Plant City, a graduate of Plant
City High School, has been awarded a $1,500
scholarship as part of Friendship Cottage
Cheese's first annual Project Friendship Schol-
arship in Florida.
Hall was active in sports, schools clubs and
community service while at PCHS. He plans to
attend the University of South Florida in the
fall to study accounting.
He is the son of Floyd and Mary Ann Hall.
Velazquez graduates with honors
Amanda Paiz Velazquez graduated cum
laude May 27 from the Univer-
sity of Florida's College of
Velazquez, a 1998 graduate
I of Plant City High School, is
H completing a residency in
pediatric dentistry at the Uni-
versity of Florida and plans to
return to the Tampa Bay area
to practice pediatric dentistry.
She is the daughter of
Velazquez Michael and Beckie Paiz and
the granddaughter of the late
Reginald and Louise Haddock.
Conrad earns art scholarship
Matthew Conrad, a graduate of Durant High
School, is the 2005 recipient of the annual East
Hillsborough Art Guild scholarship. He was
presented with the $800 award at the Durant
Diamond Award's Night held recently.
Conrad plans to attend the University of
South Florida in September. His artwork will be
on display at the Bruton Memorial Library
Kyle Nelson of Plant City was named to the
dean's list with honors at Lee University,
Cleveland, Tenn., for the spring 2005 semester.
Students with a semester grade point ave-
rage of 3.7 or higher are eligible for the distinc-
He is the son of Michael and Peggy Nelson.
Area students receive
Timothy Hanlon of Plant City High School
and Philip Davis, Lauren Miley and Shawn
Wallace, all of Durant High School, are among
the 64 Tampa Bay area winners of the Sam M.
Walton Community Scholarship, each receiv-
ing $1,000. They are among 357 winners state-
Wal-Mart and the SAM'S CLUB Foundation
is awarding $6.7 million to individuals through
its scholarship program this year.
The following students have
been named to the principal's
honor roll for the fourth nine-
week grading period at these
Kindergarten: Brett Boswell, Jona-
thon Cortes, Alexis Esparza, Andres
Garcia, Michael Harris, Hannah Lla-
nusa, Laura Marcos.
First grade: Leslie Alvarez, Ryan
Boyd, Noah Dooley, Mavric Griffin,
Kelsi Guy, Olivia Johnson, Maysol Luna,
Aidan McFarland, Travis Riley, Gabriel
Rondon, Kaylynn Wilkerson.
Second grade: Seth Bush, Nataly
Cordova, Johnny Holsonback, Vaudilia
Jimenez, Alexis Juarez, Kayla Lewis,
Sarah Montgomery, Teagan Olfson,
Abigail Ponce, Daniel Pritchard,
Mariela Quijada, Kayla Tague, Abra-
ham Vasquez, Tyler Whitehouse.
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Special to The Courier
The Promise is one of 67 yachts in a sailboat race from Marion, Mass., to Bermuda. Jarod Dicks, son
of Plant City Mayor John Dicks, and the crew are using only the stars as a guide.
Seaworthy Son OfA Mayor
I ran across Mayor John
Dicks and as promised, he
sent me a picture of the
his son, Jarod,
the U.S. Naval
Academy in a
Jarod Dicks The
one of 67 yachts in the race,
and her crew of 14, sailing 24
hours a day, was expected to
reach Bermuda yesterday or
Of special interest is that 13
of the boats in the class in
which Jarod is racing are
using celestial navigation.
"I find it amazing that they
will even find Bermuda, much
less race to it some nearly 650
miles into the Atlantic using
only a sextant to guide them,"
John said on one of his
son's watches, the seas were
15 feet. I bet this midshipman
earned his sea-legs and that
Mom, Sharon, was keeping an
eye on the weather channel.
Keep those smiles coming -
and Trey Mueller plans to do
Trey, a 1997 PCHS gradu-
ate, received his doctorate
from the University of Florida
College of Dentistry May 27.
Andy and Sherrie Mueller
hosted a celebration lunch
prior to the ceremony.
Trey is an associate with Dr.
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
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.
Information: 1-877-741-1444, Ext. 850, or
visit www.redcrosstbc.org. There are no pre-
requisites for taking any Red Cross course.
'Beauty and the Beast'
Plant City Entertainment Inc. will present
"Beauty and the Beast" July 8-9, July 15-16, July
22-23 at 8 p.m. and July 17 at 2 p.m. in the audi-
torium of Hillsborough Community College's
Plant City campus, 1206 N. Park Road.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for students and
seniors 55 and older, and $7 for PCE members.
Group sales available in advance. Advance tick-
ets available at Hardee's Fashions, 1501 N.
Trey Walding, also a Plant
City resident and UF gradu-
ate. Their practice is in
Lakeland at Merchant's Walk.
Also working with Trey is
former 1997 PCHS classmate
Lyndsey Ellis Edgeman, a
dental hygienist. She is the
granddaughter of the late Dr.
Roy Ellis. Many of you
remember Dr. Ellis had a
dental practice here for many
Helping celebrate in
Gainesville were Trey's wife,
Meredith; her mother, Debbie
Cline, and sister, Jennifer
Cline; brother Brett Mueller;
grandmother Betty Cham-
bers; aunts and uncles, Pec
and Dub McGinnes and Steve
and Betsy Chambers; cousins
Rip, Crews and Christian
Chambers, and Ted Purvis,
Ron Daniel, Sandy Hayden
and Diane Mueller.
Can't phase out friendship
stand the test of time and
even corporate phaseouts.
See BRIGGS, Page 9
Patriotic art on display
The UPS Store has partnered with Ms. Che-
rie's Art Studio to sponsor "Proud to be an
American, a Fourth of July Celebration" art
Some 30 youngsters ages 5 to 17 are partici-
pating. All entries will be on display at The UPS
Store, 117 W. Alexander St., 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 sham-
poo, deodorant and non-perishable snack
Jim and Karen Stephens of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Julie Erin Stephens, to James
Stanley Womble, the son of
Jim and Anne Womble of Plant
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of the University of South
Florida with a bachelor's
degree in interdisciplinary
natural science and a minor in
The prospective groom is
also a graduate of USF with a
bachelor's degree in microbi-
A wedding date is to be
PCHS class of 1990
The Plant City High School
class of 1990 will celebrate its
15-year reunion June 24-25.
An "Adult Night Out" is
planned for Friday at Lone
Palm Golf Club in Lakeland. A
family picnic is planned for
Saturday at Springhead Park.
Information: Lori, 478-
3886; or e-mail PCHS1990@-
PCHS class of 2000
The Plant City High School
class of 2000 will have its five-
year reunion June 25 from 6 to
9 p.m. at C.J.'s Tavern.
Admission is $10 at the
door. For more information
and to RSVP, contact Emily
Everidge at 754-1579.
Strawberry Singles Club in-
vites singles to a dance Fridays
from 8 p.m. to midnight at the
Stardust Dance Center in
Plant City Plaza, 1401 Collins
The cost is $5 for members,
$7 for nonmembers.
Call: 647-5754 or 653-2020.
The Plant City Civitan Club
meets the first and third
Thursday of every month at
The following programs are
available at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St.
Toddler Time Tuesdays
July 5 and 19 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.
Story Time- Tuesdays July
5 and July 19 at 10:30 a.m. for
children 2 1/2 to 5 years old
who can sit by themselves in a
group. Stories, music, games
and reading activities make
up the 30-minute program.
Summer Guests, registra-
tion required. Hansel and
Gretel, ages 5 to 12, June 23 at
10 and 11 a.m.; "Caribbean
Canines," ages 3 to 12, June 30
at 11 a.m.; "Whoop It Up -
Sports and Exercise," ages 6 to
12, July 5 at 2 p.m.; bookmak-
and Julie Stephens
6:45 a.m. at Kristii's Restau-
rant, 110 E. Reynolds St.
Call: Pat Pogue, 754-4680.
The Hillsborough Associa-
tion for Home and Commu-
nity Education seeks
HCE partners with the Hills-
borough County Extension
Service to better serve Hills-
borough County residents and
host the adult Neighborhood
Village competition at the
Strawberry Festival, make
"ouch" dolls to give to chil-
dren receiving medical care,
make baby quilts and neo-
natal caps, and provide schol-
arships to 4-H members.
Cubs are active in Temple
Terrace, Ruskin, Plant City
Call: Lisa Leslie, 744-5519,
The Florida A&M University
National Alumni Association's
Plant City chapter meets every
fourth Monday at 6:30 p.m. at
Mount Moriah Missionary
Baptist Church, 911 E. Warren
Call: Bea Crowell, 752-0451.
ing workshop, ages 6 to 14,
July 6, July 13 and July 20 at 10
a.m.; feature films, ages 5-14,
July 6, July 13 and July 20 at 2
p.m.; "Reptile Discovery,"
ages 5 to 12, July 7 at 10:30
a.m.; puppet show: "Sina-
bouda Lily," ages 5 to 12, July
12 at 10 and 11 a.m. and 2
p.m.; and "Spotlight on
Youth," ages 5 to 12, July 21 at
Book discussion: "The
Chatham School Affair," by
Thomas Cook, July 5 at 11
Small Business Program
Series presented by the
Hillsborough County Small
Business Information Center,
"Marketing and Advertising
for Your Existing Business,"
July 30 from 10 a.m. to noon;
and "Financial Resources for
Your Small Business," July 30
from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Registra-
tion is required, call 914-4028.
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JUNE 23, 2005 THE'COURIER 9
Continued From Page 8
Brenda Linton said that on
June 10 a group of former
employees of Borden Chemi-
cal Co.'s research and devel-
opment department met at
BuddyFreddy's Restaurant for
All 18 people attending had
not worked together for close
to 25 years as their depart-
ment was phased out in the
early '80s. "We all felt blessed
to be part of such a unique
group of loyal and caring
individuals," Brenda said.
Keep on keeping the faith
Talk about loyalty and
The First Presbyterian
Church of Plant City cele-
brated Membership Recogni-
tion Sunday recently for those
who have been members for
50 years or more.
Receiving certificates of
recognition and honor were:
Louise Beaty (51), Betty
Bigerti (51), Brand Laseter
(58), Bill Magann (58), Irma
Moody (65), Fred Gill (67),
Panky Snow (69) Mary Lee
Harrell (70) and Martha
Dorothy Alderman, who
recently passed away, had
also been a member for more
than 60 years.
Come on out
Mark your calendars: July 7
will be the preview of the
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101 N. Wheeler St., Plant City,
Above, these congregation
members have kept the faith
at First Presbyterian Church
for 50 years or more. At left,
Trey Mueller had plenty of
family on hand when he
accepted his doctorate of
dentistry degree from the
University of Florida.
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angry that Raysin had failed to
fix some problems with the
home, including the faulty cir-
cuit breaker, despite the fami-
ly's repeated requests.
"There were no lights in the
bathroom or kitchen, and we
only had five (electrical) out-
lets in the whole house that
worked," Ramirez said. "He
kept saying, 'An electrician is
coming out, an electrician is
coming out,' but no one ever
Raysin did not return calls
seeking comment. Waller,
reached briefly Monday and
again Tuesday morning, said
that he was unaware of any
problems at the home.
Waller was incredulous
when a Courier reporter
informed him that the fire
started because of the rigged
"Now, why would they want
to go and do something like
that," he said.
The house was built in 1925
by Malcom and Ethel Hildreth,
one of Plant City's pioneer
families, and was one of the
first to be erected along the
stretch of road that is now
State Road 39, said Forrest
Hildreth, one of the couple's
three sons who grew up in the
The family sold the home
when Ethel Hildreth died in
Forrest Hildreth, who still
lives in Plant City, said he got
word last weekend about the
fire and drove by to take a
look. "I hated to see it go," he
said. "It was home for a long
Ramirez's cousin, Kathie
Fulton, 22, who had been stay-
ing with the family with her
two young children, helped
TONY MARRERO/Staff photos
Jorge and Amy Ramirez, shown above with three of their four children, sit on the porch of the
home they were renting before it was destroyed by an electrical fire last week.
evacuate the children while
Ramirez tried to put out the
fire, which had spread to a
closet near the fuse box.
The Ramirez family did not
have a house or cell phone at
the time, so the 911 call was
delayed until the family found
a neighbor. Plant City Fire
Rescue Chief George Shiley,
attending an event at the
Ramada Inn nearby, was one
of the first people at the scene,
but the fire had already
engulfed the back part of the
home by the time he arrived.
And, Shiley added, "Old
houses in Florida have a ten-
dency to burn very quickly."
Hillsborough County Fire
Rescue assisted with the
The Ramirez family has
received some assistance from
the Red Cross and currently is
staying with Amy Ramirez's
mother in Lithia. Friends and
family also have helped pro-
vide clothes for the family.
"We're going to make it,"
she said. "It's just hard."
Amy Ramirez said Monday
she thought Raysin and Waller
Amy Ramirez stands by the
fuse box where the fire
originated. The family had
rigged a circuit breaker to
keep it from tripping, which
resulted in an overload that
sparked the blaze, officials
should help them by offering
them another one of their
When asked about that pos-
sibility, Waller said he wasn't
sure he had any vacant prop-
erties. Before declining further
comment, he said the incident
might be the last straw that
makes him give up the rental
"Unless you have a house in
Walden Lake, you can't seem
to find people that live like
human beings," he said. "I
think it's time for me to sell
out and quit."
Continued From Page 1
during the segregation era.
The house is now occupied by
James Washington, grandson of the
original owners, Mildred Bing Wash-
ington and James Washington. James
Washington was instrumental in
getting the structure placed on the
National Register of Historic Places in
Washington deeded the home to
the league in order to qualify for the
historic designation. The deeding also
makes the home eligible for state
grants that will be used for its restora-
"The Bing House is an important
part of the story of Plant City," said
Liesta Sykes, vice president of the
league and a former candidate for the
city commission. "During a time when
the entrepreneurial spirit was strong
in the minority neighborhoods, the
Bing House was at the center of that
culture. The restoration of the build-
ing can once again place the Bing
Home as the focal point of that spirit."
The restoration plans include a
museum dedicated to local black
heritage as well as office space for the
league. Cost estimates for the project
are about $300,000.
The city has earmarked $150,000 of
community block grant money,
provided through Hillsborough
County, for the restoration project.
Another $50,000 state grant is on
the way, and the city has applied for
another $180,000 grant for the project.
City Commissioner Rick Lott, prior
to his election last year, talked with
members and officers of the league
about the plan to restore the Bing
House and offered to donate $10,000 if
the group could match it.
"I was inspired by the history of the
home and what it meant in the history
of Plant City," Lott said. "I knew that it
would be. difficult for them to get
going with the fundraising needed to
make the dream come true."
It took the league 11 months to raise
the money, doing barbecues, benefits
and door-to-door solicitations, Lott
Sykes made reference to the Lott
donation during the jazz show last
"When the restoration is complete
we will dedicate a room in the house
to Commissioner Lott," Sykes said.
"So, if you want a room in the Bing
House named after you, write us a
check and we will do it."
Diversity is key
William Thomas Jr., the league's
media specialist and a member of its
board of directors, said diversity is
important to the goals of the
"Our goal is to improve the commu-
nity as a whole," Thomas said.
"History is not a black or white thing.
History includes all of the people in an
area, neighborhoods, towns and
surrounding communities coming
together in life.
"The future in Plant City will involve
a diverse group of people, that is all
people, combining skills and dreams
to benefit all of us. That includes a
revitalization of the historic down-
town, a black history museum within
the Bing House, a renewal of the
entrepreneurial spirit in the commu-
nity, and celebrations of our rich
diversity that will help promote and
enrich our heritage."
GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Robert Moffa, left, and Lou Smith
perform during the event.
The jazz event, which cost $35 to
attend, made the league several
"We were also able to make con-
tacts with architects, builders and
tradesmen who have offered to donate
time and material to the restoration
project at the Bing House," Thomas
"The total benefit of the supper and
show can not be measured in dollars
collected at the door, although we did
Bob Moffa, the director of music at
First United Methodist Church of
Plant City, helped put the show
together and performed in it, too.
"We wanted to provide a nostalgic
feeling of days gone by when supper
clubs were a center of entertainment
and the Bing House was the only
refuge for African-Americans in Plant
City," Moffa said.
Father Tom Morgan of St. Clement
Catholic Church donated the hall, its
facilities and janitorial services for the
event. Dinner was provided by Fred's
Farmer's Market Restaurant.
Accompanying Moffa, who played
the keyboard, performing mostly his
original music, was a longtime friend
of Moffa, percussionist Lou Smith.
Also on hand were 2005 Miss Jazz
Tampa Marrisa Anastos.
Moffa doesn't rule out a repeat per-
"It was a fun show to do. And for a
good cause," Moffa said. "We could do
it again. I enjoyed seeing so many jazz
lovers in the audience. If anyone wants
to consider it I would be glad to help
Thomas said the league is
determined to present performances
to a diverse audience in order to
support the goals of the organization.
"Next year we are going to enhance
our celebration of the Martin Luther
King Festival with activities that will
interest all residents of Plant City,"
Thomas said. "It will be more of a com-
munity event, not focused to any seg-
ment, but rather to all the people in
"The Improvement League would
like to provide the children of our city
with a sense of pride in our history and
heritage. This involves the entire com-
munity, established in our individual
neighborhoods, showing the children
something positive. Events like this
can help our children understand the
pride we have in our yesterdays and
establish for them where we are going
in the future."
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Continued From Page 7
Third grade: Autumn Bluhm, Charles Boswell,
Nicole Carroll, Bradley Ceto, Genesis Cisneros,
Dakota Filipiak, Alec Glass, Austin Hammell, Brit-
tney Kenney, Michelle Quijada, Toni Rice, Maria
Rojo, Daniel Ruiz, Mason Speakman, Jacquelyn
Valdes, Garrett Wright.
Fourth grade: Denise Chavez, Emily Gonzalez,
Fifth grade: Vanessa Aborrezco, Frederick Allen
III, Todd Boyd, Shelby Brown, Austin Deloach,
Sandy Estrada, Emily Godheim, Bronsyn Speak-
man, Daniel Sprouse.
Walden Lake Elementary
Third grade: Hannah Tredway, Michael Hahn,
Jake Fortune, lan Spencer, Danielle Rodriguez,
Sarah Chesser, Tristen Ray, Isabella Anzalone,
Nathan Claunch, Diana Corzine, Sydney Johnson,
Cameron Townsend, Jaynil Patel, Heath Hanks,
Soly Begazo, Bailey Bowden, Ericka Lott, Dhara
Patel, Isaac Rivers, Emily Parrish, Kendall John-
son, Morgan Lewis, Holly Turcich, Kaitlyn Miller,
Tessa Whitten, Sarah Kettelkamp, Kellyanne
Hurst, Rachel Kummelman, Regan McGavin,
Michael Maine, Kyra Clark.
Fourth grade: Nicholas Rodriguez, Kristen
Wyckoff, Nicole Arnold, Dillon Kirkland, Kelsey
Brown, Devon Maldonado, Sydney Woodard,
Michael Watkins, Julian Kazenas, Kevin Ly, Taylor
Adams, Sara Brummer, Allie Paquet, Stephanie
Taylor, Christina Brewer, Hannah Johnson, Jessica
Russo, Meaghan Klos, Molly Coovert, Rachel
Dwyer, Alyssa Cremeans, Rachel Miller, Sarah
Winter, Chandler Nelson, Juliana Gompf, Savan-
nah Lawson, Katelyn Sykes, Sydney Robinson,
Kelsey Brown, Sydney Woodard.
Fifth grade: Christina Corzine, Connor Hurst,
Brittany Shively, John Aime, J.P. Coton, Maddie
Peterson, David Walden, Bijen Patel, Rachael
Wilson, Parthik Patel, Jessica Wicker, Amy
Booher, Alanah Kovacs, Christian Cohagen, Alex
Molina, Brandon Gabenski, Amy Taylor, Deepal
Patel, Victoria Stropagel, Lindsey Poston, Jenna
Kirk, Morgan McGavin, Chrissy Wise, Isis Ash,
Heather Bruce, Brittany Butler, Abby Galloway,
Alecsa Kazenas, Lizzy Klos, Richard Lee, Jenna
Palmer, Arti Patel, Allie Schmidt, Brennan Smith,
Michael Sykes, Madison Opher, Chelsea Cole-
Principal's Honor Roll, all four grad-
Third grade: Isabella Anzalone, Nathan
Claunch, Diana Corzine, Sydney Johnson, Cam-
eron Townsend, Bailley Bowden, Ericka Lott,
Dhara Patel, Isaac Rivers, Kellyanne Hurst, Sarah
Kettelkamp, Danielle Rodriguez, lan Spencer,
Fourth grade: Nicholas Rodriguez, Taylor
Adams, Jessica Russo, Meaghan Klos, Molly Coo-
vert, Rachel Dwyer, Katelyn Sykes, Nicole Arnold,
Fifth grade: Christina Corzine, Connor Hurst,
Brittany Shively, Bijen Patel, Parthik Patel, Jessica
Wicker, Amy Booher, Alanah Kovacs, Isis Ash,
Brittany Butler, Abby Galloway, Alecsa Kazenas,
Richard Lee, Arti Patel, Michael Sykes, Alex
Molina, Deepal Patel, Victoria Stropagel, Amy
Principal's Honor Roll, all three
years. Student names on plaque in the
school office: Parthik Patel, Jessica Wicker,
Kindergarten: Sara Adams, Jax Crossen, Steven
Witchoskey, Cassidy English, Autumn Hames,
Emily Walker, Bryan Becker, Elizabeth Kroslak,
Nicholas Menia, Gresham Stephens, Josie Will-
etts, Brett Becker, Cali Boles, Garrett Gray, Parker
Killibrew, Lindsey Shover, Taylor Davis, MaryBeth
Stewart, Kayla Thomas, Kaitlyn Brevik.
First grade: Cassidy Bazley, Hailey Camp, Aapril
Herrara, Hayley Hill, Allyson Archibald, Jacob
Bessey, Anna Conrad, Meredith DelCastillo,
Taylor Edgemon, Michael Jay, Clay Joyner, Raquel
Moretti, Allee Norman, Blake Wyatt, Samuel
Schlichter, Colin Allman, Zachary Cross, Autumn
Knox, Megan Mulvihill, Cassie Young, Austin
Johnson, Hailey Ruiz.
Second grade: Abigail Baker, Jessica Hatcher,
Stevie Millerleile, Meghan Polk, Iris Herrara,
Steve Coleman, David Kelley, Megan O'Steen,
Rachelle Sapp, Richelle Sapp, Rebecca Bell, Clay
Cullins, Zachary Gray, Nycollette Helms, Joey
Schnitzler, Lauren Smith, Cynthia Tharrington,
Austin Williams, Emily Anderson, Ryan English,
Mackenzie Howard, Crystal Johnson, Kellen
Morris Isabel Ortega, Lindsey Box, Lacy Ste-
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Taylor Williams, Stacy Hudson, Alexander Jones,
Lindsey Killebrew, Yasmina Kroslak, Anna Pulley,
Seth Scarbrough, Rebecca Stephens.
Third grade: Mylie Feaster, Aly Joyner, Andrew
Archibald, Cody Boles, Jordan Bowers, Jarrett
Cravey, Madison Crossen, Cody Hancock, Ariel
Hickman, Bailey Lawrence, Lidia Lopez, Karly
Rogers, Timothy Sparks, Megan Stumbo, Lacey
Wadlington, Jordan Meredith, Kenee Lee, Sarah
Greene, Aleshya Finley, Jonathan Espinal, Victoria
Burrus, Jamie Burke, Kalyn Burkman, Karlie
Cowell, Karah Greene, Ashley Strickland, Joey
Thomas, Anthony Wint.
Fourth grade: Lauren Bessey, Jamee Townsend,
Brooke Miller, Katie Shirley, Austin Smith, Kailyn
Alward, Tricia Beck, Colton Wells, Francisco Cruz,
Shelby Knight, Zora Millerleile, Matthew Bran-
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Stanley Witchoskey, Jordan Bean, Tanner
Emmons, Jessie Greco, Shayna Harmon, Brandon
Hastings, Jenny Jones, Tia Leach, Clayton Patton,
Kaley Reilly, Addison Killebrew, Raegen Norman,
Will Stephens, Bryanna Glisson, Allison Thomas.
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Debra Joe "Mema" Hargroves, 50, of
Plant City died June 19.
She was born in Plant City and was a
longtime resident of the area.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her husband, Walter;
two sons, David of Lakeland and Thomas
of Plant City; a daughter, Annisa of Plant
City; a brother, Robert Kitchens of Cross-
field, Tenn.; and six grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Henry G. Haynes Sr., 78, of Belleair
Beach died June 7.
He was born in Panama City.
He was an automotive supply store
owner for 25 years, owning Plant City
Auto from 1973 to 1985.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran, serving in
World War II.
He was a member of the First Baptist
Church of Plant City and a past member
of the Plant City Elks.
He is survived by his wife, Ruth; a son,
Joe of Plant City; a sister, June Pyle of
Orlando; one granddaughter; two neph-
ews; and one niece.
Haught Funeral Home.
Edna M. Holland, 83, of Plant City died
She was born in Cottondale and was a
longtime resident of Plant City.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by five sons, William H.,
Joseph 0., Tommy T., Floyd T. and Lloyd
C.; four daughters, Joyce A. Smith, Rena
M. White, Geraldine L. Fuentes and Jose-
phine M. Crimsley; and many grandchil-
dren, great-grandchildren, and
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Ella "Mae" Raulerson, 77, of Dover died
She was born in Moultrie, Ga., and was
She attended First Baptist Church of
She is survived by four sons, Bill Yates
of Tallahassee, Jerry Yates of Las Vegas,
Paul Yates of Brandon and Clayton Yates
of Plant City; a daughter, Tanya Pearson
of Dover; eight grandchildren; and six
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Thomas L. Redwine, 65, of Thonoto-
sassa died June 9.
He was born in Tampa and was a life-
long resident of the Plant City area.
He was a lineman for Western Union
and served in the U.S. Marine Corps.
He is survived by a son, Thomas of
Thonotosassa; two daughters, Marylou
Laycock of Thonotosassa and Becky
Thornton of Kissimmee; two brothers,
the Rev. Erie McMichen and Jack; and five
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Henry Rucks, 88, of Plant City died June
He was born in Chavies, Ala., and came
here from Alabama in 1952.
He was a mechanic and of the Method-
He is survived by his wife, Rosa; a
daughter, Des Linzy of Plant City; seven
grandchildren; six great-grandchildren;
and five great-great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.
Emily L. Tatelman, 90, of Plant City
died June 6.
She was born in Troy, N.Y., and came
here from Tampa in 1994.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by a son, Harry Tetlow
of Brooklyn, N.Y.; two daughters, Mary
Fales of Plant City and Myrna Tatelman
Seal of Seffner; a sister, Anna Lee Sheehan
of Baltimore; 10 grandchildren; 24 great-
grandchildren; and three great-great-
Haught Funeral Home.
Floyd W. Williams Sr., 88, of Plant City
died June 15.
He was born in Madison and was a
longtime resident of the Plant City area.
He was a farmer and also owned a fruit
He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy, serv-
ing during World War II.
He was a member of the First Baptist
Church of Midway.
He is survived by his wife, Grace; three
sons, Floyd W. Jr., Clifton E. and Earl T.
Sr., all of Plant City; a daughter, Patricia
Farmer of Plant City; nine grandchildren;
and 10 great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Chester R. Wilson, 59, of Plant City died
He was a lifelong resident of Plant City.
He retired after a 30-year career in
retail business management, working for
W.T. Grant Co., Lionel Playworld and
He also was owner of Video Place and
He served in the U.S. Air Force and was
a member of the Benevolent Order of the
He was a member of St. Peter's Episco-
He is survived by his wife, Frankie; two
daughters, Melissa J. and Heather R. Wat-
kins; three brothers, Carl, Howard and
Jerry; two sisters, Carolyn Francis and
Carol Ann Brooks; and six grandchildren.
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Each class costs $40 per
person and runs from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Lunch provided.
Call: 737-1012 or visit
Dolphins golf tourney
Plant City Dolphins Golf
Tournament is set for June 25
at Walden Lake Country Club.
Registration for the four-
person scramble is at 11 a.m.
with lunch followed by a shot-
gun start at 1 p.m. Cost: $55
per golfer. Proceeds will be
used to help purchase equip-
ment and uniforms for foot-
ball players and cheerleaders.
Registration: Buddy Ben-
Florida Blood Services will
sponsor a blood drives June
27 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at
Wal-Mart, 2802 Jim Redman
The Greater Plant. City
Chamber of Commerce hosts
its Bike Fest the first Saturday
of every month from 5 to 9
p.m. in and around McCall
Park, 100 N. Collins St.
The next fest will be July 2.
First Baptist Church of Plant City
All Singles of all ages are invited to
"The Upper Room"
a singles ministry event of FBC Plant City.
Saturday, July 9th
in the Singles' Building located at
103 E. Baker St.
for a "Hawaiian Luau"
Come and share the love of Christ with
other Plant City singles.
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and childcare is provided by
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Mixing Eggs And Politics
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce will
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a.m. at the Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
The event is meant to give residents a firsthand
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Smith, chamber president. Rep. Rich Glorioso, R-Plant
City, Sen. Tom Lee, R-Brandon, and Rep. Trey Traviesa,
R-Brandon, will be on hand.
Cost is $10 for chamber members; $15 for nonmem-
Plant City fared well this year, with millions of dollars
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allotted for a new courthouse and regional service
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JUNE 23,2005 + THE COURIER 19
When I'm Wrong,
I'm Really Wrong
Wow, do I owe someone
an apology. In a moment of
misinformation that hope-
fully never strikes your
(usually) trusted sports
columnist again, it was
printed in this space recently
that Durant had hired Julie
Booth-Hiscock as its new
Ooops. That was not true.
The job at Durant, vacated
when Teri Ohme resigned
after a long tenure, is still
Booth-Hiscock, a former
Durant player under Ohme,
coaches for Newsome High
School and she is still
leading the Wolves. Not that
she doesn't have fond
memories of the Cougars,
she just doesn't coach them.
It's good to know that my
words carry weight, but it
was very bad in this case
because the words were
inaccurate, and they repeat-
edly got back to Booth-
Hiscock. That caused an
unnecessary headache for
the former Durant standout,
who has enough on her
mind as it is: She is due to
give birth this fall.
Ouch. I am very sorry,
Julie. If it ever happens
again, you get a free shot. I
know you can still spike the
ball as hard as ever.
What a way to treat one of
my fellow Florida Southern
alumni. Oh, by the way, did
you see the mighty Mocs
won the national champion-
ship in baseball? Go Mocs ...
Durant was well repre-
sented last week when the
all-state baseball teams were
announced. Junior Carmine
Giardina, who pretty much
has his pick of big-time
Division I baseball programs
to sign with, was named to
the Class 6A second team
and Casey Albanese received
No less than five members
of the Sarasota Sailors made
the first team, even though
Sarasota was stunned in the
second round of the playoffs
by Palm Beach Central,
which lost its next game.
As for softball, the Hills-
borough County all-star
teams were announced last
week and Plant City's Jessica
Pauley was named to the
first team. Teammates
MacKenzie Dawson and Sam
Waldron made second team.
Soccer champs, part II
The Fusion under-12 girls team is a tournament champion in the Plant City Recreation and
Parks Department/Optimist Youth Soccer League. Coached by Teresa Odom, the Fusion are
Nicole Arnold, Daisy Carvajal, Idalia Castro, Sandry Cervantes, Hailey Davis, Kaylee DeLi-
guori, Jessica Dunlap, Sarah Hartley, Morgan Layman, Steohanie Moore, Akacia Nelson,
Ashley Nelson, Asia Nelson, Ciera Odom, Angelina Serrano and Taylor Wyatt.
Plant City Secures
State Softball Tournament
PREP FINAL 4
COMES TO STADIUM
NEXT 2 YEARS
It's getting to the point
where they're having to turn
major events away. Last week
Plant City Stadium was named
the new host for the state high
school softball tournament,
after it was held the last four
years at Tampa's Ed Radice
Hillsborough County had a
two-year contract with a two-
year option for the event.
County athletic officials
wanted to pick up the option,
but basically wanted a better
facility and Plant City Stadium
fit the requirements perfectly.
After a visit from School
District of Hillsborough
County director of athletics
Vernon Korhn, county athletic
director Scott Burkett and a
Florida High School Athletic
last week, the deal was done.
Plant City has never hosted
a state high school final
before. It will get the softball
event in 2006 and 2007, with
an opportunity to extend the
agreement beyond that.
"I don't think they're going
to want to go anywhere else,"
said Carlton Benton, the new
superintendent of recreation
for the Plant City Recreation &
Parks Department and the
point person for last week's
Now, the Plant City facility
will host two prominent
events on back-to-back week-
ends beginning in spring2006.
The National Junior College
championship, which Plant
City successfully bid for in
April, will begin its run in
Plant City next year and it
takes place the week after the
high school event.
Benton said that after the
high school tourney was
secured, officials from the
NCAA called to ask if Plant
City might be able to host the
Division II championship.
"We had to turn them
down. It goes on at the same
See SOFTBALL, Page 20
The Galaxy under-12 boys team is a tournament champion in the Plant City Recreation and
Parks Department/Optimist Youth Soccer League. Coached by Wayne Roberts, the Galaxy
are Samuel Carrizales, Jeremiah Cooper, Kade Greene, Seth Hetzler, Trent Johnson, Oscar
Lumbreras, Adrian Mandujano, Andres Medina, Dagoberto Ramirez, Cameron Roberts, Eddie
Santiago, Adam Skolnick, Jared Studstill and Vincent Tripi.
The city of Plant City Recre-
ation Department will hold its
fall softball organizational
meeting July 6 at 6:30 p.m. at
Beef O'Brady's, 2418 Redman
All interested teams may
attend. Information, rules and
fees will be discussed. Teams
present will receive priority
for league nights at sign-up
Call: Carlton Benton, 659-
4200, Ext. 4304, or e-mail
South Florida Baptist
Hospital is hosting a sports
physical night July 7 at the
medical arts center,1301 W.
Timberlane Drive in Plant
Physicals are required by all
students who plan to play
sports at Plant City schools
next school year.
The screening schedule is:
5:30 to 6 p.m., Turkey Creek; 6
to 6:30 p.m., Durant and Plant
City high schools; 7 to 7:30
p.m., Pinecrest youth sports
and Dover Patriots; 8 to 8:30
p.m., Plant City Dolphins; and
8:30 to 9 p.m., Plant City
Cost is $10 to $12.
Antioch Redskins registration
The Antioch Redskins youth
football and cheerleading
See SHORTS, Page 20
20 16#14C6tIJRIER JtJE t3,2005
All-Star Tourneys Ready To Roll
NEAR AND FAR
By DAREK SHARP
With a brand new age group making
for even more activity, the District 4
Little League all-star tournaments get
started this weekend. Teams from the
Plant City and Plant City Community
little leagues will be playing in events
ranging from as nearby as Lakeland to
as far away as Kissimmee.
While the Major division the age
range that ends up at Williamsport, Pa.
- covers 11- and 12-year-olds, most of
the all-stars end up being 12 and so an
extra tournament was created. The 11-
year-old division began last year, but
Plant City did not field a team at that
The division is still so new that the
Plant City softball 11-year-olds are
already district champions. None of
the other District 4 leagues fielded a
team, and so Plant City goes right to the
All of the softball age groups will play
at North Lakeland Little League, and it
looks like Plant City could do well. In
the District 4 Major division softball
tournament of champions, a team
from Plant City cruised to victory, not
even challenged in a game, and won in
the final by the 10-run rule.
Also doing well at the tournament of
champions event was the boys Junior/
Senior team, the Astros, which won 17
games during the regular season. After
winning four games in five days, Plant
City fell, 4-3, to Lake Wales in the
loser's bracket championship.
The Junior and Senior all-star base-
ball events are scheduled to begin July
5 in Lake Wales. Minor (9-10) baseball
will be held at two sites, Lakeland City
and Poinciana, starting this Saturday.
The 11-year-olds play in Lakeland City
and the Major division will be split bet-
ween Polk City and Bartow.
The leagues in District 4 are Plant
City, Auburndale, Bartow, Haines City,
Hardee, Lake Wales, Lakeland City
Orange and Tangerine, North Lake-
land, Poinciana and Polk City.
Photo courtesy Teresa Armbruster
Cardinals claim city championship
The Cardinals Major boys team won the city championship recently,
defeating the Devil Rays, 3-2, in eight innings. The Cards are coached by
manager Leland Young, Jeff Thomas and Doug Carter. The Cardinals are
Kyle Bowers, Caleb Jordan, Cody Akers, Bradley Young, Ryne Thomas,
Brodie Jacks, Seth Carter, Dominic Sariano, Steven Vasques, Bryan Arm-
bruster and Gabriel Morua.
Continued From Page 19
time," he said. "It's a good problem for
us to have though."
The major point in Plant City's favor
was its layout, with one focal stadium
as opposed to the Ed Radice setup
where there were four equivalent fields.
The FHSAA wants the state softball
tournament to mirror the baseball
Instead of having four games going
on at once, with the tourney
compressed into three days, starting
next year it will become a weeklong
event like baseball. Play will start
Monday morning and go through Sat-
urday evening. Every two days will see
two classifications play out their state
semifinals and finals. For example in
baseball, Class 1A and 3A play their
semifinals on Monday four games -
then on Tuesday the two title games
are held. Class 2A and 5A repeat the
process on Wednesday and Thursday,
then 4A and 6A finish up the week.
"The games will just be played in the
big stadium," Benton said. "They really
wanted a stadium feel. The only thing
that might change things is the weather,
in which case of course we have other
fields if needed. We had a lot of things
Benton added that the facility will
provide for a full, assigned practice
field for teams to work out on. Some-
thing as simple as a "real" press box
like the large structure at Plant City Sta-
dium is something that past state soft-
ball tournaments have not had.
It was Burkett, who was in charge of
running the event at Ed Radice, who
suggested Plant City as a new locale.
Plant City Stadium seats up to 7,000
fans and is host to the International
Softball Federation. Of 28 olympic
sports, softball is the only one which
has its international headquarters in
the United States.
Continued From Page 19
organization will hold registration
June 23 from 6 to 8 p.m. and June 25
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 806 Franklin
Cost is $95; family discounts avail-
able. The league offers flag football for
boys and girls ages 4 to 6, contact foot-
ball for ages 6 to 16 and cheerleading
for ages 4 to 16.
Tomlin football reunion
Coach Bryant is planning a reunion
for the 1992, '93 and '94 Eastern Divi-
sion champion football teams from
Tomlin Junior High School. All team
members, coaches, managers, cheer-
leaders and fans are welcome.
Reunion is scheduled for Aug. 6 at 6
p.m. in the Tomlin cafeteria.
RSVP: Coach Bryant, 684-8302.
Lancers coaches sought
The Plant City Lancers soccer
organization seeks coaches for its
under-9 boys teams and its under-12
and under-14 girls teams for the 2005-
Call: Chris, 299-2449.
Valrico soccer tryouts
The Valrico Soccer Club under-14
Bullets boys select team seeks two play-
ers to complete its roster for the 2005-
Call: Coach Doug Taylor, 643-7071,
or e-mail email@example.com.
To submit sports information to The
Courier, e-mail announcements to rcone-
@mediageneral.com or fax to 689-9545.
Photo courtesy of Debra Niekro
Mets go undefeated
The Mets machine-pitch team concluded its regular season 16-0 before
winning four straight playoff games to finish the year as city champions
with a'20-0 record. At top are manager John Knight and coaches Joe
Niekro, Tommy Matthews and Tim Dixon. In the second row are J.J.
Niekro, Cam Knight, Trey Matthews, Devin Brewer, Jarrett Joyner, Anuj
Desai and Seth Dixon. In the third row are John Banks, Kaelib Carlough,
Tristen Simmons, Wesley Tanner and Jordan Robinson.
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Lookouts reach lofty perch
The Plant City Lookouts recently won the city championship in the Minor
division. In front, from left, are Jacob Beverly, Caleb Gude, Austin Bruner,
Jake Cole, Kade Taylor, Colby Diers and Dustin Lawson. In the middle, from
left, are Zach Will, Michael Williams, Tyler Barnett, Christian Bueno and
Andrew Ross. At top, from left, are coaches James Barnett, Steve Gude
and D.J. Brewington.
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CASE NO: 05-DR-7475 1994 Mazda PK
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF 1991 Nissan 4dr
AVIS LEE OLIVER, Vin# JNIHJ01P6MT566280
Petitioner/Husband, 1984 Mercury 4dr
JOY VICTORIA OLIVER- 1997GMCCPK
Respondent/Wife, Vin 1GTCS19X2V8518956
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
PUBLICATION FOR BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
TO: Joy Victoria FLORIDA
(last known address)937 Cs#BA201
W. Trenton Ave. Case #BOA-2005-10
Morrisville, PA 19067 IN RE:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an The Petition of Bay Area
action for Petition for Dis- Remodelers
solution of Marriage has Public Noticeis giv
been filed against you and PublicNoticeisherebyv-
you are required to serve a enthattheBoardofAdiust-
copy of your written de- meant of the City of Plant
fenses if an, to it on KEN- Fitylorida, will hold a
NEs ZGL S IEchearing on Tuesday,
NET t.GLOVERESQUIRE, n JuI 28, 2005, at 1:30 P.M.
plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 505 Martin Lu- atthe Nettle rryDraugh-
ther Kin Jr., Ave Suite 1, on Municipal Building in
Lakelan, Fl. 33862, on or the councilroom auditori-
before July 28, 2005 and um located at 302 West
file the originalwittheReynolds StreetPlant City,
clerkofthis court eitherbe- loridaThepurposeofthis
fore service on plaintiff's earingistoea Ranapeperal
attorney or immediately y Bay Area Remoders,
thereafter; otherwise a de- representing Janet Tindel,
fault wi(l be entered requesting variancefrom
against you for the relief the Plant City Code Sec-
demaneinthecomplaint tion 102-227(c)2, tallow
manor petitionthe complaint petitioner to build an acryl-
ic sunroom, with a 23.7'
Warning, Rule 12.285, Flori rear-yard setback, a vari-
daFamyLawRulesofPro- f 6.3 feet Theprop-
Automatic Disclosure of cewell Dr., in an R-1A, Sin-
Documents and Informa gle-Family Dwelling zoning
Documents and Informa- istriet.AIpersons are
tion. Failure to Comply can I persons are aT-
Result in Sactions, nclud- vised that if a person de-
ing Dismissal or Striking of cides to appealany deci-
Pleadings. sion made by the Board of
laoings Adjustment with respectto
Witness my hand and the anymatterwhichisconsid-
seal of this Court on June ered at such meeting, he
16,2005. will need a record of the
proceeding, and for such
FOR THE CLERK purpose he may need to en-
surethat averbatim record
Ellen P. Neubaum of the proceeding is made,
As Deputy Clerk which record includes the
testimony and evidence
N0-9736 6/23/05 upon which the appeal is to
NOTICE OF SALE Julie Ham
that on Friday, July 8, 2005 NO;9720 6/23/2005
at 12:00 Noon
BREWINGTOI'S TOWING NOTICEOFSALE
SERVICE, 302 E. Calhoun
Street, Plant City FL 33566, In accordance with thepro-
will conduct asafe for cash visions of Florida law, there
tothehighestbidder, being due and unpaid
Brewingon's reserves the charges-for which the un-
right to bid, or will other- designed is entitled to sat-
wise dspose of the isfy an owner's lien of the
following: goods hereinafter de-
scribed and stored at Uncle
1996 Toyota PK Bob's Self Storage located
Vin#4TAVL52N8TZ129330 at: 1005 S. Alexander St.,
1990 Honda 4 dr. Plant City, Florida 33563.
Vin# JHMCB7657LC829121 813-759-9526. And, due no-
1983 Toyota 4dr twice having been given, to
Vin# JT2SV12H5D038017 the owner of said property
1992Pontiac2dr and all parties known to
Vin 1G2NE14NXNM090202 claim an interest therein,
1989 Honda2dr and the time specified in
Vin# 1HGCA6169KA063533 such notice for payment of
1988 Ford Van such having expired, the
Vin# 1FTFE24Y5JHB84409 goods will be sold at public
1990 Chev 2dr auction at the above stated
Vin#1GILW14TOLE103523 address to the highest bid-
1993 Mercury 2dr der or otherwise disposed
Vin#1MEPM624XPH644153 o on Wednesday, July 13,
1996 Dodge 4dr 2005 9:30am.
1993 Chew 2dr 1-53ANNELSAYRE:
Vin#1GUF14T7P7294925 Household goods,
1998 Chevy PK furniture, boxes
Vin#1GCC514XlW8105449 C-49 SCOTT CLEARO:
1989 Honda 4dr Household goods, furniture
Vin#1HGCAS658KA081287 C-25 JENNIFER GUEVARA-
1995 Mitsubishi 2dr AQUINO Household goods,
Vin# JA3AA21A6SU003290 furniture, boxes
1990 Dodge 4dr
in# 1B3XA7635LF750423 Valerie Gonzalez
1986 Amer. PK Manager
Vin# 1TWL6516GT162812 LK6005 06/22,29/05
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the contents held for
you at Stor-ette Business
ark 5805 N. 50th St., Tam-
pa, Florida 33610, consist-
ing of items generally de-
scribed beloW, will be sold
in their entirety to the high-
est bidder. This will com-
mence on Friday, July 8,
2005 at 11:00am on the fol-
A17, 39,40 JOHN BURKE:
Equipment for making fog
for bands, Dish TV, Stereo,
J.W. ONEILL, INC.
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned engaged
in business at: 2906 Jap
Tucker Road, Plant City, F.
Underthe name of:
Kiss This Trucking
Intendends to register said
name with the Forida De-
partment of State in accor-
dance with and as required
by Chapter 90267, Laws of
Forida Statutes, Section
/s/ Janet M. Pippin
COCKLEAR HEARING AID-
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CLUB III WEST SIDE OUT
OF RAIN OR SUN, TWO
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206. FACE NEGO.
ROLLING STONES (4)
avail. Oct 19th, St Pete
Times Forum, terrace
level, sect 305, row J,
seats 15-18, face value,
816-373-3852 Iv msg.
DAYTONA PEPSI 400
TICKETS 'NEEDED. ANY
17 Tickets I 197 Mortgages
BUCS SEASON TICKETS. 3
West Club seats. Sec.
209. Parking pass. Excel-
lent seats. 813-240-8300.
BUCS 2005 SEASON
TICKETS, 4 West Club
seats, sect 211. Face
value. Willing to sell 2.
BUCS SEASON TICKETS,
2, west club, sect. 205,
seat 8 & 9 row W, kg
pass Shady area. Face
BUCS SEASON TICKETS. 4
Club level section 237,
RowE+ 2 park passes.
Face value $14K. 10%
BUCS 2-Tickets, East club,
47 yrd line, section 235
Seats 17 & 18M
FOR SALE. 2005/6 sea-
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pass. Face Value. Call
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MYRTLE HILL CEMETERY
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$875,000 (813) 254-2746
Tampa 6016 Gunn Hwy.
Tampa 6845 N. 22nd St.
Tampa 10815 N. Nebraska Ave.
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Tampa 909 S. 78th St
Tampa 702 50th St
Brandon 1020 Kings Ave.
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Plant City 2401 John Redman Pkwy.
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Riverview 13220 S. U-S. 301
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Wesley Chapel 27219 S.R. 54.
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1011 south Tampa 104 Eat ( 1141 Waterfront
SOUTH TAMPA-New H aborough HARBOUR Island, Grand-
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42g1&42B3Foak.3& Christy 3Lane off 2/2, 1821 sf balcony
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RIVERVIEWn faulo and island Ford. Just off
NEW TAMPA BEST BUY in mnew hm,a 3bd, 2ba w/ Tarpon Springs Rd.
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NEW TAMPA, FSBO, Live 3100sf, scrnd lanai, long can build 2 homes
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commw/ Rec Ctr all $249,900.813-982-2732 813-714-3460
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954-465-9189 11 wat I SOUTH TAMPA water-
954-465-9189 114 Waterfront frontcondow/boat slip,
I East beautiful 5th floor views
4 i h CRYSTAL RIVER 2/2/1 over Tampa Bay, luxury
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CONDO. CLUBHOUSE vestment opp $270K.
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10652 Garda Dr. 4br -
Office, 3ba 3cg w/pool&
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1800 sq ft living, fncd 5
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renovation. Great in-
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new appliances 975sq ft.
$87 900. currently rent-
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954-465-9189 turkey. Some w/water,
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TAMPA PALMS, 3 spa- Surveyed, great private
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bath2cargarage hard- $500/down $215/mo. 10
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rooms, move in condi- down $535/mo.
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JUNE 23, 2005 THE COURIER 23
1I80C Retail I 210 ousesnI
S80C space Unfurnished
Busch Gardens 1/4 mile, BRANDON North, 3/1/1,
Nice Retail 900sf, high new paint, fenced yard
traffic, incl. all utl. nice neighborhood. Sm]
(Elect, H20 tax), CHA. pets possible. $925/mo.
S1 175/mo. 813-645-6600 or
Chris: 27-643-6431 813-230-0088
Sun Point Shopping Cntr CARROLLU.WOOD Hidden
Office/ Retail/Medical Oaks, 3br, 2ba, 2cg,
813-728-4396 Executive home, 1800sf,
www.PhaganDev.com Gated community,
WATERS AveW.1412t, $1,595/mo813390-7109
avail. etail/Office CARROLLWOOD Planta-
space w/elevator. Great tion, 3br 2ba, New Tile,
rate. Rent now get 1 W/D Hkup, Fncd Yd
mo. FREE. Now leasing. Comm Pool, playground
Call 813-493-3335 & more! $950/mo
or 727-215-6301 813-758-1257 *264-6880
190 CORK AREA, Spotless 3BR
2BA, w/CHA on nice
Commercial Prop. fenced country lot.
Commercial Prop $1195/mo + security.
HUDSON, 3 br, 2 ba, dbl
Duplex, detached gar fishing
1906 Triplex ond on 2 1/2 acres.
19G Triplex Pets OK. Can incl. stall &
Quads Sale pasture turn out.
SEFFNER, Duplex built HY mDE R-TAMPA
1978, block/stucco HYDE T RK-TAMPA
each unit 2br, Ilba, shed South Tampa u1 scale
incl, w/A/C &Elec. neighborhood ablc
Realty Exec. Glenn Bell from Bayshore an
Investment 1/2 baths, 2 car garage,
190J Property new floors, kitchen pn-
Sale vate entrance and front
yard. $2200 er month.
ATTENTION INVESTORS! (727)244-8444
Properties sold in pack- LAND 0 LAKES, Brand
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ro down positive cash lake 234sfbr, 21/ba2Suncoast
flow and instant equity, lake 2354sf, Suncoast
flow andist Meadows. All appi,
Ca Msty 727-409-1943 man extras, $14751mo
LUTZ/Wesley Chapel, 2br
Rentals lba lcg, New Applianc-
es, Nice Neighborhood,
202 Accom. To $725/mo + Deposit.
202 Share 813-949-0311
NEAR USF, 3 bdrm, 2 bath,
TURKEY CREEK Furn'd fnc'd backyrd, alarm
room to rent cable phn, sys. W/D nice quiet
W&D, Drug Free, $10/ street, $1100 mo/ +
wk incl. utils, 1st, last & $1100 deposit. Call
refs, dep. 813-659-2432 Angela 813-727-1832
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selection of musical in- newelegantvilla, ated,
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I 3rd br, 2ba2cg $1300mo
2 Apartments incl local/long distance
205 Unfurnished phone & cable. Hurry!
Bayshore I, Brand New OLD SEMINOLE HTS
2br,2ba,2cg, 1500sf, Beautiful 3 br2ba, Reno-
storage optional, vated Deckw/Fnc.5809
pool/fitness ctr. Cit N.15thSL $12001st/last
view! Next to Pugb ix. $500 Dep.
$2000/mo 813-952-7800 727-580-7140
Busch/3th St Area 2br, PLANT CITYlyr old home
Iba, W/D, security bars PLANT CTo n y g openl
fans, .se600/cto + $600 kit & great room, FP,
epost Secton we- frontporch, scrn lanai
come. 9608 B 15th St. on 1.6ac, $1795/mo. Call
Call 813-727-3372 Emily at 863-603-7368
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's & PLANT CITY 3 br 1 bath
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am- home for' rent, 1009
5pm M-F 813-754-6932 Center St., $5965/mo.
Riverview 2br,lba, new 813-754-2124
paint & carpet, ceiling PLANT CITY, Royal Hills
$ 1 5quietaad Sub, 3/2, i 6 mo old home
$615/mo, garbage p/ $1,10o. r m. plus de-
Seffner Garden Villas, PLant City, TWO houses
Priv. street & driveway, 2br/lban CH/A & win-
g. 2+1 & 22,gar., dow unit Heat/air 1701
scrnd lanai, newSy re- Granfield & 406 Damon
amod.rW/Dhookups, i St $595. & $675. mo
water &sewer. Starts deposit Call
$750813-677-3262 850-209-7614 or
SOUTH TAMPA South Bay 813-752-5591
DW, 2l mi N. of MacI RIVERVIEW 2 story, 3br,
PAF 1 s glsn ob c ine 2ba House $1200mo Se-
AFB, 5 schls on bus line. u- Dep. & 1st month.
New Owner. NewMgmt rlies gated comm.
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today Classified section! RIVERVIEW 3/2/2,12612
TEMPLE TERRACE/USF, Montford Ln., Panther
Remodeled 2br Starting Trace, pool comm., bit
at $595/mo Incd Water, 2004, fenced, small pet
Sewer, Trash & Alarm ok. $1100/mo i dep.
Sys. Pool, Playground & 813-313-4755.
Laundry rm, 813-985-6485 RIVERVIEW, Blooming-
TOricNs91 T dale Ridge, 4br, 2ba, on
TOWNSGATE cul-de-sac & consrv lot,
L u c Close to 1-75, 1-4 S X-
APARTMENTS. Twn. $o1106/o
1 & 2 BR'S $1000/sec. 8 3-857-6316
754-2200 Plant City RIVERVIEW-Rent to buy
VILLA SONOMA at Int'l option. Boyette Creek
Plaza 2bd, 2ba, grt loc. Lrg 2-stry.3475sf huge
Avail now. Pool gated mstr bd, 5br, 3ba, 2cg,
gar, gym.Near Stadium, apple incl $2 100/mo -
Pyde Park& Airport. Ask dep. Call 813-789-0270
for Bill 727-409-6740 SEMINOLE HEIGHTS, 2 br,
Duplex 1.5 ba, 1300 sf, new
207I Trplexl kitch 9 appl'sW/D6incl,
Tiplex Ig deck wood firs fp|
Plant Cith 3br, 2ba, CHA, g utde.813-785-3764
ceramic tile/ carpet,
$750/mo. +dep. SOUTH TAMPA, 2br iba,
SeHablaEspanoL hdwd firs, new kitch
(813)764-8030 W/D, garage, front
o House s 1000/mo;4003W.
2090 Furnished MullensAve. 813-831-5832
SOUTH TAMPA, 345 Bay-
Cape Coral furn. 3/2/2 shore, 2br, 1 ba, water
heated pool, dock/20Oft view w/balcony, W/D,
canal to river. Lavish comm pool/gym, separ-
appts. $1600/mo. ate strg &Pvtprkng
www.vro.com/55733 $1600/mo 813-495-125f
lyr lease.941-358-7560 SOUTH TAMPA 3hr 2ba,
I House- fncd yd, inside redone,
C210 Unfr-ni Cnew kitchen, W/D, pets
r210 u 1d i OK. 3207 Tambay. $1300
mo Renaissance Realty
3hr,2ba home, 2580sf, Souti Tampa, 3br, 2ba,
completely fenced, la- Large ated bak yard,
nai exc school area CHA, deck, Washer/dry-
$1200/mo 813-679-7835 er, AllI new ceil. fans.
area, 3brh 2ha, 2cg.
Close to 1-75 SOUTHTAMPA
Crosstown.GreatHome, 4111 W Platt 3br,2ba,
Ig fenced lot, no pets. $1795/mo. Scrnd Pool.
1250/mo 813-309-4850 All apple W/D, new car-
BRANDON Close to the do7ep.813-28-74
Mall. 38R, 2BA, 2CG,
2060sf w/ pool, very RYs: Your Transportation
clean. $1,549/mo. to Adventure! Turn to
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or 813-843-9714 in the market buy or sell!
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ST PETE'S Brand new 1 BrApts& 1 & 2 Bedrm Office
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Villa located in gated Plant City 813-752-5234 REPRESENTATIVE
community a few o Yds[ FMobile full-time admin. position
from the shores ofSt 1 219 Mobile supporting a sales team
Pete's. Close access to Homesites of eight in the Plant City
dwntwn via 1-275. New area. Candidates must
constprop;closedw/ 3 MONTHS FREE LOT possess strong
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purchased for $500K.. rent in a small country the ability to manage
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TEMPLE TERRACE, new Plant City-2&3BRMH's& experience a plus.
4br, 2'z/2 ba, 2-stry, 2000- 1BR apt, RV lots. Sam- Knowledge of Word
sf, near USF & 1-75, 2c, 5p M-F813-74-6 Excel, & PowerPoint
carpet & tile, all apps Beach very helpful. Strong PC,
pets. 813 -933-4719c 230 1 communication skills
pets.813-933-4719 Rentals required. Duties include
VALRICO, 3 br, 2 ba, con- handling incoming calls
averted garage-br, TREASURE ISLAND, for the sales team
approx1800,squarefeet beachfront townhouse performing clerical
great area, all applianc- avail now! 2/2.5 furn, duties such as
es $1050/month. POOl, view, W/D, preparing sales
81-654-2080 weekly/monthl call for oposals, writing
WESLCHAPEL info 716-688-8782 letters, faxing, filing &
WESLEY CHAPELo Bridge- office organization. Be a
waterSubnew3br,2 a The y To i s e oeratio
2cg on main lake, w a Key To Savings liaison with our
new appn a fans. Clean advertising operations
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$10i0/nio813-43g-7412 iClassified! departments. High
0 813-45 ins d School graduate with
ZEPHYRHILLS, New 4/2 l 4 Waterfront some colege preferred.
formal LR & R all 231 aRentals I Prior clerical/office
app's incl. $1700/mo. I eni as experience helpful.
Mercedes at Realty Please send resume &
Executives Exce AafiaRierfront3br2ba, over letter to The
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EXECUTIVE HOME FOR completely remodeled, Parker Street, Tampa
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211 Lease-Option "DISNEY CLOSEOUT THETAMPATRIBUNEisan
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days, 2 nights 2 tickets Employer.
Land 0 Lakes/Grand as low as $119.00. Kids
Oaks for rent/sale, 2005 Stay Free! Shuttle and THE 'AIMPA TRaIBUNE
Ranch, 1400sf, 3br,2ba, Breakfast 1-800-749-4045
2cg, all upgrades, ext. #757 OfficeAsst
$1250/moor$224ksale. www.Trip2USA.com general clerical-basic
813-264-9237- 766-2554 250-299 computerskills needed
13 7- 99 Mon-Fri 813-986-4560
ZERO DOWN Employment SECRETARY needed for
No Aifin Services Construction Co. Must
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2bd $650/mo. Call now Quick Books, Microsoft
81-641-8965 24 hrs/day I ord & Excel. Call
81 out41C-o8 2u hrsuPositions 813-754-2012 or fax re-
12121 Condominium Wanted sume at 813-764-0692.
CARROLLWOOD Condo, WILL HAUL Trash Junk, C omes
3711 Champagne Ct. Clean Sheds, Yard, Tires ie Customer
#113; 2br,2ba, end unit, JunkCars, Anything I'LL 355 Service
scrn porch + comm DO IT!737-3351763-3745
pool. $950/mo Management iCUSTOMER SERVICE
$600/sec 813-929-0989k 1302 Management- Full Time. Good
DOWNTOWN Area Court- Supervisory benefits. Fax resume
ney Palms, New 1095sf Susan 813689-7341
Condo, 2br 2ba, Lake- Production Supervisor.
front, Gated Comm, FT, dys. Req: 2 rs sup Salon/Spa
Pool, Spa & Indoor Gym expin wrhse, fklft exp, P personnel
$1,060/mo 941-228-5373 MS Wd/Exl. Bi-ing a -
PALM HARBORTuscany 1 r rod pay/30 HAIRSTYLISTS
At HAuniw Tusr chy dys. Must pass drug FLlic.Exp'd.(2)
At /mInnsbrook, br scr/bckgd. EOE. convalescent ctrs. on
inclarudes clee A ply at Workforce Mondays in Z'hills &
ra 2u 9 os free w1 C areer Center Plant nt ity- Must do all
STeRase. 1 City. 2001 E. Cherry St- hairtype.800-681-9840
mos lease. 765-617-3871 (Cmpny: DM of Fla)
PARKLAND CONDO #404- You can unload your 1360 Trades
2br 2ba Newly remod- washer with an ad in ap-
eled condo. $1300/mo. pliances, class416. A/C Installers Needed!!
security. Available Top pay & benefits. Flat
8/1/05. Call Marta (727) 13151 IInsurance Rate. Res. & Com. Truck
744-9048 I Avail. Subs OK. 9603
SOUTH TAMPA, Palma Title Insurance Closer, Norwood Dr.967-4991
Ceia Oaks, /1 1000 sf Exp'd. Needed Immedi- r
ao eamc t100 lately. Exc. pay, benefitsMASON
hru-out, Com unity &401K. bschindler@ E re Good pay.
Hpool. $900/m. dep. tampabay,rr.comr 813-299-2820
813-493-6941 or fax 727-785-5528
St. Pete Madison Dwntwn I 320 Medical/ Experienced, with tools
2/2, split, balcony w/ ""Health Care & transportation. Call
view, W/D, fitness cntr, 813-26-9765
pool/spa, secured prkg,
elevator, walking antry, CNA'S ELECTRICIANS &
unitone27-6n 3 oKHELPERS Seekingexp in-
$1550/mo 727-631-7973 Loveable, Dependable, dividualsthatave all
TOWN N' COUNTRY caregivers, Autumn the necessary skills to
Beachwalk Condo. 2br AssistLiving1307E. complete electrical
2ba corner unit, 2nd fr Baker 813-752-1648 rough-in or trim for new
in waterfront gated LPN/RN needed for new res.const.oroth. Must
commw/pool.Newlyre- urgent care clinic in have own tools. Top Pay
mod, new app, tile, & Plant City. Hrs needed &Vac/Health.Seffner
carpt with w/d. Views M-F 2pm-9pm, Sat/Sun Call 813-622-7772 DFWP
of causeway & Rocky Pt. 9am-5pm. Must be team Electricians & helpers for
$1500/mo player. P/T 15-35hrs/wk New residentialconst.
(727) 385-5944 Call M-Thur I0am-2pm Brandon area. Call for
WESTSHORE Villa Sono- ask for Theresa: appt.813-651-4228
ma @ International Pla- 813-759-1232
za 2br/iba $1000 in- Denta Mde
clues trash, w/d Co- 1325Dental
ered parking & more.
813-784-5739 Hygenist P/T for S. Tpa
cosmetic ofc, pleasant Factory Assembly
212AI Townouse atice. Fax 813- positions (willtrain) plus
-1977 Call 254-1007 exp'd vinyl floor layers,
BRANDON, near Xpway CLASSIFIE WORKS electricians, roofers &
2/2.5, gated, 1500sf, welders needed for mod-
scrd prch, great for I Child/Adult ular const. co.Competi-
housemates. $1,100/mo 335 Care I tive wages/paid benefits.
incl. water & cable. are ApplyModtech, Inc,
813-651-1518 P T City Area Pre industrial Park Dr,
HYDE PARK AREA Steps School Director needed PlantCity
from village! 2br,2.5ba CDA/Director Creden- Finish Trim Carpenters
townhouse, util incl tials required, and Painters. Top pay
W/D. Freshly painted, 813-857-8457 for experienced. Must
no pets. -$1220/mo be lic. Call CDCS
security 813-215-2758 Restaurant/ 813-661-4495
Land 0 Lakes Stage- 340 Hospitality/ fax813-661-4497
coach, 3br/2.ba, brand Clubs FRAMING LABORERS
new, all apple gated end EXP'D. WANTED ASAP
unit, conservation, pool KITCHEN HELP F/T. Apply o f 0
complex trails $999. in person Chancy Cat- 813-645-0603
813-477-600 fish Shack N Park Rd
P,813-754-0477 MECHANICS &
PLANT CITY, Leasing or813-752-7224 PARTS/SVCMGR
Townhome, newly tiled for new location in
throughout, 2BR/2BA, PIZZAMANAGER needed, Tampa. 813-630-1330
french doors, clean experienced, downtown Au x rine,
pool access, near 14 Tampa. Please call PAINTERS, Experienced,
813-719-3967. 813-223-7751 Transportation &tools.
WEST TAMPA, LAS PAL- AdminI 813-690-0224
2ba, Ceil. FansPatio, 30 General PAINTERS Steel towers
W/D, 1100sf, Avail. Now. Office for extensive road work
No dogs. $995/mo. paid travel per diem &
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215 Homes 813-754-5997 PROOFERS & CAULRERS
BOOKEEPER/Secrtarv Experience preferred.
NEAR 1-4 & 301-1. 2 & 3 P/T 25/30hoursaweek Ca813-949-170
BR'S. $120-S140 weekly, for St Peter's Episcopal PLUMBERS
Some withutilities. Church, Plant Ciy. N residentialconstr
(813) 626-0820 Strong computer skills A Pases Needed
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's & needed swell as inter- Alpine 813-926-170
BR apt RV lots. 9am- active with parish mem-
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Mea Roofing Crews
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Must have truck &tools
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wood floors exp. F/T.
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Exp a must.
CDL pref'd, DL & exp.
req'd. F/T&good pay w/
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net Pay based on exp.
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KEY R.E. AGENT Exp'd.
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New R.E. concept. Avg
Call Turn Key Realty
813-624-2527 or fax
& Recovery is now hiring
full-time drivers to start
immed. Apply at office:
302 E. Cahoun St., Plant
City or call (813)
New Hire Bonus for
Paid Vacation and
Holidays! CDLA. Tanker
exp. a pluc. Recent
Grads Welcome! Tuition
Plant City Concrete
Curbing Co. seekingF/T
(class A, B & C). Must
have good driving rec.
Good pay. Local area.
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ay? Leading home
time? Van, Flatbed, or
come. Class A req'd
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at our Plant City, FL Ioc
1380 General I
AVON REPS NEEDED.
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FT/PT. Call Glenda,
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clean stalls & turn our 4
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worker needed, own
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condition. Top $ paid.
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PAYING CASH !!! FOR Old
US Paper Money, Coins,
Silver and Old jewelry.
Call Skip (727) 786-9230
Antique Soda Fountain
Back Bar, art deco, coca
cola stained glass 10L,
mint cond. $3500. Coca
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w/stools marble top,
(3), full size, from 22" to
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ern art, $950 to $3,500.
Gorgeous detail. Home
or office. (863) 537-2139
or 863-581-2360 Iv msg
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frame mirror 24'/2X18'/2 King/Queen
Old milk churn with pad-
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decortive muffin pan ish. All drawers Ameri-
(12),several fryingpans candovetail never used
& More. 813-754-3632 still in box. Armoire inc.
Can deliver cost $9,000
140 I Jewelry sell$3,900.
1406 Jewelry www.solidwood
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size 13. 14K., '/2 round. 813-293-7621
14071 Diamonds | BEDROOM 1-6 PC
All oak, complete set all
RING-1.34ct princess ctr drawers American
w/.62ct of princess/baq Dovetail, never used,
/rnds alt, 18K Wht gold still boxed. Cost $4K.
VS1J appr. $10,370, sell Sacrifice $1495. Can
$5500.Ca11727-459-7956 deliver 813-926-8507
4 Stamps. Bedroom set, antique
408 Coins- Books dresserw/mirror, chest,
kingsize headbrd, light
natural finish no matt
COINS WANTED or bx springs. 250 firm.
Corbins's Stamp & Coin. 813-650-8783.
Estimates / Appraisals.
9a-4p.M-S.813-651-3266. Bedroom set for child-
209 N. Kings Ave. Brnd bed, NS, chest, desk &
hutch. Used 6 mo. $695.
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WE BUY COINS! D OM T
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1410 1 Furniture BEDS AAA+ TEMUR
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$2000 813-689-7221 K1cost1899 sell $499
Can Deliver Statewide!
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drsr armoiren&waterbd t DAYBED $250
$1560. Piano baby Complete w/frame, 2
grand, mahog, Wurlitzer mattresses, trundle all
$1,000 obo. new in boxes Can deliver.
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see Class585 fora great Ethan Allen, Cherry
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Name,Qn/Full ortho- cab, Ightd/mirr. glass
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plastic w/ warranty. Exc cond. $1550/obo.
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in Plastic. Can deliver. fice $950. 813-757-3252
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A absolute all amazing condition. Matching
bargain KGp/t matt coffeesofa& endtable.
SET. New in plastic Must ee $1,500
w/warr.Can del870-0070 (813) 244-452
BED $85 QUEEN Gein tune wClassified's
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pair ob 813-973-7347 S
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& 4 sm drawers stor-
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$800 obo. 813-966-2238,
Tampa -14936 N. Florida Ave.
Tampa 2115 Hillsborough Ave., Unit B
Tampa 9309 N. 56th St.
Tampa -16033 Tampa Palms Blvd., Suite 33
Valrico-2016 ES.R. 60
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Wesley Chapel 5450 E,. u,. : Ej,,ri Eli .
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BEIGE FLOWER $75,
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end tables, wood honey
oak finish $65 all.
COUCH PLAID PASTEL
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w/trundle w/2 matt.
Dodge 1987 Dakato PU,
needs eng $250.
NURSES Uniform like
new, X-l 10 tops/4bot-
tors $7?. 659-1684
OPEN HUTCH, 2 pc, coun-
try blue $75.
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813-293-7621 Can deliver w/warranty.
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mattress $399. any sz
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1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
MOVING MUST SALE ALL Norstar, voice mail.
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ries& gifts. Call Forever I n
Wicker 813-948-4802 AC/HEAT PUMP Systems
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prices, sample: Split
2ton $726 3ton $825
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er, like new, Rooms To
GO, Pd $1800, Sac $600 352-302-2879
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man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Guitars $150. Trumpets
Clarinets & Flutes $199
Del avail 813-655-6554
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AJNE 23, 2005'* T1'MCOURUER& 25
j Radio,TV,& Computers & 440 Builder's 450 Sporting nurseries 4801Dogs
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LASER FAXSALE. ers & savvy buyers bu rescriptiion required.
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We aso expert San HYDRAULIC ELECTRIC www.lntegrax.com Champ blood in back- ents on Premises $500;
;7 -41 & Finish wor for your HOIST, 220V S.Phase, ground vet checked 2nd 727-692-6018
EconormyOriicFu rure sure an a lansto S.Phase, Inersoll-Rand Carisoprodol tra Champ line, Hlh certify P puppies6forsale
fillyourneeds. eager's 80 jal. 350 (813) Viagra, Methocarbarnol' nome raised, vet $300 maes, $400 fe-
813-877-9317 o805-124; 83-839.588 Levtra. No previous checked, st shots males some w/colorcall
I .. ity or service let alone prescription required 813-973-8834 386-454-8769 ee a
31 Computers & ourprice. JUMPING JACK Wacker all toll free BIRD DOGS English Set- www.nova.edu/daves/
SEquipment BS600 Compactor, runs 1-866-438-6656 or ters, Pointers, German $350080,954-262-5291
1CABINETood.$1000 obo www.IntegraRx.com Shorthaired PointersLAl-
ANEWCOMPUTER Brand Names (863)604-2250 HEALTHCARE for (352)472-4282 LABwPu 1sts ots, OP
Y BUTNOCASHVED KRAFMAID LITY Machine5993/month!!! NEW BLUE HEELER puppies, & grandarents on site,
You're" ABPO VEu- Wholesale Prices A449O Mcin LOW PRCE! For entire from working sfock. Champ line, aer train,
Guaranteed!CK BNO DoltYourself Heavy Equip. Fam Viy Pr, os Veryathleticwithlot $00352-528-4155
CREDIT CHECK- Bad orWeDesian install Dentaly vision, Hosptal- on
Credit- Bankruptcy OK. 813-716-1966 Forklift-Tampa Forklift nation, more! Pre-exist- en 685-0751 IAB PUPPIES, AKC, choc.
1-800-420-0326 n .. in r tS n conditions OK! Call champ bloodline,
10A-9PESTMon-Fri CABINETS Kraftmaid, sineals New197 Use P.s. Family Healthcare! BORDER COLLIE Puls, parents OFA & CERF,
Checking Account shipped direct to your S &Rackin.3221N. (800)531-2630C.W1034 BIk/Wht & Red/ t 1-M1-F,$800
_Checking Account shipped direct to your Rentals, NewUsed P.S. Famly Heaithcare! BORDER COLLIE Pus, parents OFA & CERF,
R e q u d home, wholesale prices, 40thSt.813-63-5251 RE GU E MT AKC, Foundation Stock 941-545-8800
www.pcs4all.com Lifetime warranty. 40thSt.813-623-52 FREE GLUCOSE METER! Bloodlines #1 A ity
AMD$99 internet Ready 813-657-7778 Generator, Colean 37 DIABETICS Get your Dog. $600352-628-2988 LABPUPS, AKC, shots
AMD $99 Internet Ready watt, used twice, in supplies by mail! FREE wormed, vet cert, Block
Computerng aptops FLOORING original box with wheel SHIPPING! ALL MAJOR BOXER PUPPIES AKC head, champ, bkgrd.
starting at $149 New li kit, papers. Like new BRANDS! MOSTPEOPLE fawn w/blk muzzel Pedigrees. Parents/
systems starting at Prefinished oa still in 813-769-3713 with Medicare/Insurance some w/wht markings grandparents on site.
$299.1031W. Busch boxes,2308sf.@$2.25/sf. PAY NOTHING! CALL ready June 18th Males $500352-307-0772
PC Services 931.4976 Will split, 813-318-9056 Spot Advertising Works 1-800-337-4144 500 Females $550 cash. LABBY PUPS, AKC, Yel-
GENERATOR Industrial VIAGRA$3.00/dose akeland863-688-3274 low male & female,
Baldor 10.5KW porta- CIALIS Lowest Price Re- BOXER PUPPIES 6 Male familyraisedandsocial-
I ble,w/extras.$4,630 fills Guaranteed! Free Fawn Puppies, 9 weeks ized. Big & beautiful.
e- 81o3-837-0674 Shipping! old, Has first shots an o $500
Why pay more? Call now! Vet checked and AC re- www.ieslabradors.com
PRINTINGEOUIP. AB Dick Prescription Buyers gis. $500 941-232-0333 Call813-363-3354
w/T51, Foler, etc, Group 1-866-579-8546 941-342-9664 LABRADOR Puppy, Choc-
O c'p;ert :helEs. owerS BOXER PUPPIES' weeks late Female, weeks,
&*I'.: all e13 9722 .90 460 99old, 2 sets of siots with XKC Reistered
S460 Mowers health certs. Fawn &
d D i e Brindle. $600-$800. a 813-376-6781IWf
I Sporting DixieC ,er..,J H'. Call 813-727-3019
450 d. aond I Las C old 8 ey69 HASA APSOAKC regis-
SBOXER PUPPIES AKC, tered pups, gorgeous, 8
Bushmaster N4A3 899 13-789-6 Health certificates, weeks oad, re ay to go
1." 0te-789N668 0 shots,8wks, M/Fflash $500. Please call
iTaurus PT22 $199. S&W Don VPR 308 36" cut faw&w62 te $4735. 813-924-8505
6425$399.VectrV53w/ 11hD Briggs Straton. 813-264-2531 LHASA APSO PUPS -
acces $1790 813-685-2612 750OBO. BOXER PUPS, adorable Health certificate arid
GLOCK 30 .45cal w/Iots of Call 813-931-4022 brindle and flashy fawn. Ready Junel7tsh .
popul...xtras. $550 Firm, (863) faRead now. $700 Call813-719-1515.
967-9014 LAWN MOWER, 72" Dixie 21.-8327/805-7650 MALTESE cuties also
HUNT CLUB Deer&Ho Chopper, very MALTESE cuties also
onlyn3000LUaBc,1.hrnoH co nditin. $e700. BULL TERRIERS, AKC, Y es. Pups avail. now
o f Yampa1250/mem 813-228-6904 white, champ blood- &later.$550 &up.
352)351 1F 352)671- lines, $1600 ea. email@example.com
(352)351-10 32671 NG MOWER Craft- 941-342-6764 941-322-9563 Cash
(35 208- RIDING MOWER r or941-928-1980 PTBULL ps bsir
3156,(352)843-899 man2hp42"ulching PIT BULL Pups100bsir
Valrico-1 971. R. 60 deck, Hydr ostaticdriv IRN fani cam on NO
Valrico 73e..60 POOL TABLE $1250 runs & mowsreat. CAIRN fam com only, fOt
s Blvd. Valrico x236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd. 4'x8' Pro Series, solid obo813-633 TERRIER PUPS FIG ING! nly left
Weslev pek- 5351 Village Market s pper, rSridirn mo Ca 6813684-8670 POOOLEAKCSTANDARD-
Zephymi is 36348 S.R. 54 and feet, 5K. 63-510-0780 CAVALIER King Charles Best In Florida! Hand
Seffner- 725 N Grove Cir. Can deliver&set-up, TRACTO R 2003 HUSKY, m ,n AC, t-o l GorgeousRi ks.
813-477-9019or363-0097 23HP. 46" DeckAutoa, al orce e Beautiful Large Size,
e. Like new Wonerful fo Parents Are Huge! Vet
I8Wnaertulwe Tested, Shots & Tail
Pool Table 4x8 813-782-264 LEAV home.$14. "Do cB
Poo1 Table 4x8 MESSAGE tapabay.rr m Done Breeder. All
ProSeries 1"Tournament tampabay Colors, On $995
er Rd. site. K66, 100% gum 1455 Lawn & Grdn r iCHIHUAHUA CKC reg. 8 lw/Guar.Cals n s/W
I Sa M sights, carved cabinet BAHIA or Floratam Sod I smooth & long .coaats,
new in box never used. delivered and set on, HC 1st shots $450 toI POODLE PUPPIES, AKC,
813-293-7621 lSCoVENlrrE 813b3-9. *24.
26'* THECOUJER-* JUNE 23, 2005
1480oDogs I 14801 Dog '1[4801Dogs I 483 Exotic
PUG PUPPIES Fawn, AKC ROTTWEILER PUPS AKC 3 SIIHTZU PUPPIES, home THOUSANDS of Marine &
registered, 1st shots & M, 2 F, parents on prem raised, 5 weeks old, 4 Freshwater Tropical
health certificates. vet checked, good males. $500. 1 female. Fish@wholesale prices.
Males $700 & Females temperament. $450 $600. For more info call Life Oceanic, Apollo
$800863-967-3484 863-370-5985 813-601-8458 Beach 10arn-pm, Mon-
SCHNAUZER Mini Pups TEACUP YORKSHIRE 14 Sat.CallJ813-649-1000
uppi 4 es Sale APR req. Solid White weekoldfemalew/ACA IWILLbu yourunwanted
$400-$450. Vet Cert. papers, 2 rounds of BallPyt ons, callTomat
Park Ave. Puppy Shots. 813-265-2885 or shots, cage, leash, and Cypress Creek Reptiles
813-662-25S 813-239-4301 harness. $900 813-982-9467
Lic# P05062440 813-654-455981924
W PUPPIES" Boating Adventure! WHEATEN TERRIER 6 mth I4 Misc Pets/
old male pedigree all pa- 484 Services
Best price Guaranteed SCHNAUZER, mini pers & shots crate incd service
1 Year Warranty Salt/Pepper, M, no $700 OBO813-966-8426 JUST-OPENEDinSarasota
$199-399 Sale neutered, 6 U ms old
Shih-Tzu, Doxies Shiba current shots; YORKIE Puppies, newly Coral Connection Reef
New Cavalier $999, w/papers $450. born, now exceptingde- Auarium Outfitters.
Maltese, Boxer, Cockers 813-754-5 13, 760-8524 posits and reservations. Hundreds of Corals at
and more. 813-653-4384 Please call Gerrald Axe great prices 941-922-9616
CC accepted, Closed Sharpei Puppies Put a at813-623-5594 www.coral
Sunday. 813-653-4384, new wrinkle in your life! connectionsarasota.com
4385 Links PawTr. AKC registered, vet -, ADORABLE 4 Hudson
Valrico, Lic # P05-077909 health cert. 3 Males.
$700.813-929-0465 PUPPY SALE 88 rage Sales
PUPS Silky Terriers, Std $700813-929-0465 PUPPYSALE Garage Sale
oodles, BiJack Ruonssells.SHELTIE AKC, 9 weeks, LITHIA Corner of Keys-
Shots, vet Exotic health cert Male Lane Rd & Hw 640, Fri
Birds avail.941484-0191 Female, home raised, June 24, Mufi Family
Sable & White $300- Sale Electrical applianc-
ROTWEILER PUP I1 male $400. 941-722-8866 es, clothes and Lots of
health cert, AKC r 00941-722-88 ASelection of More Than Household & Misc Items
$350 Available now!! SHELTIES, AKC 50 PUPPIES 14981 Estate Sales
Call 813-220-0424 Males and females sable Beagle, Bichon BoxerEstate
and white 8 weeks old, Chihuahua, Dachshund, Davis Islands Estate Sale
CLASSIFIED WORKS $750. Call 813-629-1151 Lab, Pomeranian, Poodle, Sat. 6/25 8-2 at Severn
Pug,ShihTzu, Husky, Ave., S. of Martinique.
"% Silky, Westie Yorkie, 19th ctry antiques: Em-
plus many, many more pire Secty, Hitchcock &
other chrs, tbls, mirrors,
SAll Puppies Come With: sofas, atio furn. bunk
N O W IS T H E .1 YrHealthWarranty beds, dsk lamps books,
SFree Vet Visit tools, whlchr, bath xfer
N v iS TH E 1Free Training DVD bench, kitch, clothes,
*100% Financing Avail. water softnr and more.
T IM TO Also, a Large Section of SUNCITYCENTER
TIrME TO a Tish Reptiles CINDY'S ESTATE SALE
Freshwater ish, Reptiles 967-0416
Small Animals, Birds & "RIVERVIEW"
A D V E RT IS E IN All Your SupplyNeeds 12523South
DVE TI S E I N Petland Tampa 3 N to Southpoint
SIOIM Cfol7699 W. Waters Ave. See l signs
THE BUSINESS aters Ave. eeper sfa, couch
THE BUSINESS 813-249-8700 chaise lounge, kg 4
M-F 11-9 Sat-9Sun 11-7 poster bd, loveseatsM.
Visa, Mc Amex, Discover nt r parlor
& S ER V IC4-703 ch, colletibls, dols
BREEDING PAIRS 4 sets (number) pictures, cabs,
of dogs ready to breed, antique Bishop chrs,
D IR EC TOtoyold.Call for lots of pottery, coffee
info. Moving, Must sell. tbl, sm butcher block,
D IR E T R I I813-779-9497 Z'hills computer desk, silks &
more! Don't miss this!
481| Cats SUN CITY CENTER
Kitten, 10 month F, Beau- CINDYS ESTATE967-0416SALE
tiful Orange, medium 2122DelWebbW.
hair, good personality, Thurs23rd&Fri24th -2
Playful, no bad habits, Sofa & love seat, dbi
C all al ts, spaed $50 recliner, grandfather
I 813-98i-6 17w clock, rocker, silks,
Kittens & Cats, Choose pictures this, dolls
8 6 5- 4 3 o II you favorite, Healthy collectibiesIdt ,tbl
r Hapfy v fixed," chrsDRtblw, 6 chrs.
865-4437 or 727-815-0772 hutch, dishes, books
www.thelittlecats stereo, lanai furn. 4 post
rescue.petfinder.com bed & more!
6 5 7 -KITENS & CATS GALORE ANNE'SESTATESALES
All sizes and colors. LARGE MOVING SALEH
Petsmart/Fletcher Ave. oSUNDANCE.-
Sat.& Sun. 12-4 1202 Butch Cassid Trail
et n AnimalFriends Society FRI&SAT,6/24&25 2
to leteverone KITTENS & CATSGALORE FOLLWSIGN-
All sizes and color. Io4 Garage, Yard
know w ho ouPetsmart/Fletcher Ave 49 Sales, Etc.
Animal Friends Society. DOVER 13592 US Hwy 92
are an KITTENS, Free, 10 weeks stW.ofFritzkeRdSat,
e an old, in pairs only to se- ne 25 8AM-2PM Fur-
lected homes. iture, Washer, Tools,
w hat you do. 813-759-6433 PLANT crfY, 40 Eunice,
14821Urds FABRIC&Yard Sale
BIRDS (EXOTIC PETS)- FRI &SatJune24&258:30
D e dline Yard Sale/Swap. The AM -2PM, FABRIC, Pat-
S n Ammerman's, 4902 N.C. ternclotiestoys&Misc
SeaI ne. Taylor Rd, Plant City, b/t items.
exit 22 & 25 via S Front-
Sa0 Rd, off 14. Sunday PLANT City 418 Pevetty
12 00 pm 1--2230 7AM-2PM Five 18 inch
rim/tires, boat motors,
wednesday ockatoo, Mulcan, fe- stove, music & movies
male w/cage, very and lots More
pr ior torfriendly $1,200
prior to 493-4645
publication UMBRELLA COCKATOO,
pub ication. 10 yrs old w/ 2 cages,
pu b lca in. very loving, preTers
men, can be very loud. PLANT CITY 507 N.
$800 813-986-6175 KnightSt, Fri & Sat June
24 &25. Furniture, wash-
For Results- er, dryer & Misc Iems.
Classified Ads CLASSIFIED WORKS
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.
41 GaragYe, Yard
PLANT CITY 6/25 9-1
Moving Sale BBQ pit,
patio Turn, porch swing,
\g birdcage, misc
1726 Oakwood State Dr
PLANT CITY 707 W. Rus-
sell Dr off of Mendonsa
in Pinedale Sub, SAT
25th, 7AM-3PM, Baby
Items, women & chif-
drens clothes, toys and
PLANT City Friday &
Saturday. ALL DAY!!!
2003 Golfview Drive
Something for everyone!
PLANT CITY Fri & Sat
6/24 & 25, 6-4. 2009 W.
Jerri Lynn Ct (SR39, Won
Trapnell, S on Mudlake
Rd, Eon Jerri Lynn). Dry-
er, china cab & misc
PLANT CITY Moving sale.
Sat, 6/25/05, 8am. 39
North, Right on Sam
Allen, 2nd gate to left.
Right at 1st stop sign.
furn, kitchen & yard
PLANT CITY Sat 8a-2p
803 E. Reynolds St. MOV-
ING. Office & household
items. BUSINESS RELO-
PLANT CITY Walden Lake,
June 25/26 8-? Dresser,
baskets, lawn tools,
children s clothes, toys,
books, lots of kitchen-
ware rugs, lots more.
2509 Clubhouse Dr
Farmer's Market 1
U Pick Blueberries.
Lecanto Hwy, Citrus Cty.
Call for info.
1 [ o Farm Equip.
John Deere Model A
Tractor, 1949, not
running, for parts or
restoration, $750 obo.
Kubota '0o 4WD. 68 HP.
Front end Ioader, Hydr':'
Shuttle, 57 Hours other
I-c |Horses & |
Mare 5 yr, weil brol'en.
16.2H, willing S oreny
Will make outsianaing
dressage or hunter
jumper. $4K obo.
POLE BARNS, Garages,
workshops, horse barns
24x40x9 $ ,6020
Other Sizes Available
Large herds of bik Angus.
blh wnm face & Brargus
cows divided in 2 sepa
rate herds. Also blk An-
gus bulls. 850-510-4854
PONY 6 year old 13
hands, Rides ood. To
good home ONLY. $800.
ponies tack, trailers &
equip. Top prices paid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
Arabian 20 yr old mare,
experienced rider $500.
Paso Fino 9 yr old geld-
ing, experienced rider
Sell yourcamera in asnap
with an ad in class 426!
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.
525 Horses & 560 MotorHomes 565 | RVStorage I 1584 | Boats
SLivestock RV's South Ba RV & Boat 18.5' 2003 Bass Tracker,
HERD DISPERSAL 60 head 35' Pace Arrow Vision Storage-Secureoutside 50 hp, ff, live well, troll-
cross bred cows, calving 1996,rearcameralevel and covered storage. ing motor, trailer, great
now, Take one or al. ing jacks, 45k m, perf Southy raecom 13shapel245-1612ow $9500
$750 each cond, must sell! 813-6i-20 obo. 813245-1612
Call 352-494-9404 $36,9000 obo. Will take Iwimming I 19' 6" 2001 Sea Pro, 195
WANTED:GOATSSHEEP trade. 813-633-6904; I5 P ls Fish/pSkiboatw/Bim.Tp.
WANTED: GOATS, SHEEP, 727-638-8954 Pools & Spas Yahama 150 Outboard
LAMAS, & CATTLE. TOP
PRICES PAID. GOOD 36'2001 Damon Intruder mtr.Trlr. Verylowhrs.
HOME. CALL CINDY 2slideouts,fullyloaded, A-1 SPAS $16,900.813-404-6653.
NOW 813-649-1126 33K miles leatherseats, CONFUSED about spa fea- 19' DECK BOAT 1993 Sea
e Steers 2-TV's, VCR, Triton V10 tures styles warran- Nymph with alum hull
Beef Steers1 gas engine. 1$55,000. ties. 'pricing? Call or 2003 Yamaha 115 4
r un e A xs 1-800-848-1722 stop in at A- SPAS & let stroke under warranty.
$600 -$70.813-754-2545 36' COACHMAN 2004 the "A-TEAM" of spa Brand new trailer, bimi-
Aurora, like new, only professionals show you ni top mooring cover.
4Beautiful900 mi 2 slides, Ford the features & benefits $12,500 863-635-4492
Beautiful Paints & trais, ned 0,duaACs Onagen of water therapy & re- 20'n1990Baliner, C.C.4.3
current shots, trained. Loaded with extras taxation. We carry sev- a a 1, Sprop, radios,
$1500-$3500. Mares, $86.4K813-948-3431 eral quality lines of hot bi initop,trlr,safetykit,
Geldin s & Stallion tubsincu in e$4,800ortrade
352-797-9711 37'2004 NAT'L TROPICAL DYNASTY, REMIUM very nice $4,80016 886-5584ortrade
n 10r oldGel Diesel,9271 mi, 3 slides, SPAS rated 5 star by
Mustan 10 r old ld- satellite motostat for poolandspa.com. 20' 1997 Boston Whaler
ing, 1 -1H,TBay Loads, internet, desk area, full Visit our showroom at Outrage, 175 Merc, C/C,
Clips rails & Jums, body paint, freightliner 9017Adamo Dr. hi & dry, live well, new
Niceisposition.$1800 chassis, 1000 trail SWCornerHwy301&60 elect. bimini, exc. cond.
Good home 813-986-1854 membership many Or call 813-623-9997 or $20K 813-817-0565
xtras,. 155PK, obo. 813-653-9090.
25 Fancy Brangus Hefers Located in Dade City. AskforAlex orRyan. 20'WELLCRAFr, Merc I/O
calving now. 865-742-2627 FAMILYOWNED- 305 Chev, new uphol
386-397-5220 38 2005 BeaverSantiam CUSTOMER FRIENDLY tandem trailer. visit
3V 200 eae $5900 takes it.
********* (By Monaco) 4 slides, Hot Springs Sovereign 813-935-3167
Palomino Tennessee 40 hp, 8,000 Onan gen 5 person, exc. cond.
Walker, 2 yr old philly, 8K mi, MSRP $226,09 recently srvc'd, new 21' 1996 Sea Ray Signa-
Racking horse needs to Now price $158,960= top, 6'4x7'7x29"H $1695. ture, 5.7L 10, Mercruis-
comp ete training. 30%off MSRP. See com- 813-391-2418 er En. 3yrsold. Depth,
$1,800.813-787-1073 plete details at Trr. AM/FM Good Cnd.
PAINT Geldin3 year mhsrv.com 800.335.6054 HOT DelTUB/SPA m 5 personfull $12,500.813-727-0966
old, 14/ hands, perfect 39', 2004 Winnebago Ad- loaded, never used, full 22' WELLCRAfT 1987, 350
Ist time horse. $3200 venture, 1400 mi, warranty, sacrifice Chevy Magnum, newly
OBO. 813-478-1176 or 340hp work horse HD $1,500. 813-508-1320 refurbinterior new trlr,
813-478-1192. chassis, fully loaded, custom bow & storage
CALFS, Breeding holstein $99,900. 352-854-7279 HOTTUB- cover + lots of extras
CALFS, Breeding holstein HTTIUB" $8500obo 813-929-4337
hefer $1200.3angus 40' 1990 BEAVER MAR- 5 person. Needs some $8500b 813-929-4337
hefer calfs & 1 anqus bull UIS Diesel pusher, work. 500 OBO. 22.2 Aquasport 1973, full
calf $2400. Moreeef $58K Great condition Call 813-920-2695 Transome, Boat to be
calves avail863-581-52 (727)639-9849 redone, better than
SPA Leasure Bay, New Dorado. $2,900 OBO.
Selling a guitar can be 40' 2000 AMERI- $3,799. Must Sell at Call 813-263-5714
easierthan pIlaing it. CAN TRADITION diesel, $1,595. Ozoon, Light,
Placeyouradinusical generator 2 slides, Cor- Maint. free cabinets, 23'1988DONZICuddy 525
instruments, class 420. ian counters, leather covered. 813-786-9805. hrs. more details & pix
seat/furniture many www.ho nzie.earth
HORSES extras. PRICE RDUC SPA-NEW Must Sell! De- linknet/donzi88/
2 Quarter, forsale, broke $119,999. 813-390-6158 luxe 7-person. Includes $750 b -785-3290
for trail riding $1,000.00 cover delivery. Under
each.813-486-5832 40' Alpine 99 Coach pur- $100/Month. W.A.C. 23' Chris Craft 1991
chased new in 2001. 1-800-980-7727 Cruiser w/ trailer. Mov-
14 COWS 14 Cows, 1-bull Wrrty til2006. Too man ing, must sell. Needs
13-cows and calfs. options to list. $124,50. SWIMSPAS, Lookin fora TLC. Nice boat. $5000.
$7,000 (813) 634-6395 Call 941-355-1403 www. pool but you don't want. 352-442-5235
with the aggravation! 24'1996 VOYAGER, Grad
Pretty Green Iv msg 40' Monoco Exec., diesel *SpaWarWhite, walk-around,
$200(813)244-5232 pusher, loaded,2 slides, SaveThousands! hard top, 2x13OHP Ya-
LIVESTOCK huling,fenc- ake over payments, no 1641 LOL Blvd Lutz maha engines extras.
ing, portable en. Land credit check! Many 813-909-20b0 $31,500.941-778-1620
clearing.813-754-3797 other Coaches avail. 813-931-5900 24' 2000 Regal weekend
I Pastures& Call 1-877-643-0405 Gulf to Bay Spas Facto- cruiser, Volvo 5.0 eng/
526 Pastures 888-Bate RV Nearly 600 ry direct Sae, by appt. out drive, camper can
Stall Airstream Jayco v A/C, low hrs. $30K
Alpha 1-4 exit 14Tampa. It 813-767-7432 813-881-1579
NWTAMPA2estallbarn& WINNEBAGO 2004, Itasca www.gulftobayspas.com 245" 2001 RINKER Siesta
3br,2bahomeoneques- Sunova 33' Patio Aw- POOL chemical Vee 242, cabin cruiser,
trian faciWood fetyManya.me- ningDVD, VCR 2 TV's, clearance! 40% offwhile kitchenette, bathrm
nites.Woo fi3138 No Pets or smoker, theylast CD, swim platform full
$2000/mo. 813-961-3362 SHOWROOM Quality. Spa Warehouse canvas. $30K.
BOARDING, Plant City, off $5,000 down take over 1641 LOLBlvd, Lutz 352-596-4695
1-4. Lots of grass, daily payments.813-707-8156 813-909-2000 24 STING RAY OPEN
turn out. fuil. partial t 416 W. Waters Tpa BOW 57L Fl Corsa ex-
lo'v S$. Jumps. round c62 Campers & 813-931-5900 haus, totaFly loaded
pens.etc.813 .727-8l 12 Travel Trlrs MOVE ANYSPA with trailer, $15,800. Call
15271Hay& Grain 10'2003acoae IMOVEANYSPA 813-299-8388
mit 10FS like new, load- 24/7 26"7 -" Excel 26SE 1994,.
BUY FROM FARMER. Tif- ed AC,fridge, stove,CD 813-625-0165 Alpha 1 Cruiser, loaded,
ton 44inbarn.Rolls:$45. spare scrn rm.sleeps7. Great cond! Low hours,
Devery $5. Clean.- $5.756Ca813-569 579 583 Water AC sleeps4,$19,995obo
75/Hwy 52. San Antonio, 583813-503-3018
Florida. 813-431-0939 12' Box unopen. 1280 Cp. Vehicles 2'gal measure Cat'94
per, 1997 Coachman. 26'RegalLeasureCat, '94
550-599 A/C,Heat, Elec. Brakes COMPLETEWATERCRAFT tunnelhall Merc.200hp,
Many Extras $4,000 & MOTORCYCLE RE- 325hrs,tabes front&
Recreation 813-997-5702 PAIRS Free advice esti- back, seats 12exc. cond.
mates, & pick-up? Low nc newtrlrw/brakes.
20' 1999 Coachman Ultra- price guarantee! Huge $23,000.813-661-2791
I IMotor Homes I iht, New Frige, Micro& discounts on OEM & af- 27' 1988 Searay 270 DA, T-
560 Motorome Tres.A/C,Sips 4, Needs termarket parts! Benefit 260, rebuilt 2002, full
5 RV's some work 250 obo from decades of experi- cabin, reatboat 14,500
813-643-017'0.624-2471 ence! (813) 293-6789 Day: 813-9 17-92 or
17partial coversio'91 VAN, 15has 2002 Coleman Bayside SEADOO 1997 GSI & SEA- Eves: 813-996-4088
bed fridge, micro., bPopupcamper,2 sz DO 1996 HX with new 27' 2002 Proline Walk-
12V+ ,110V pwrhookup, beds, manyexras, use HD Mahoney double About, wrnty till 6/07,
$2,500 813-354-1673 2x $8000. Call trailer. Exc. cond. $5999 twin Mercury 225 Opti-
2 ,0hme 8- van 813495-8757 firm 813-707-8268 max, new bottom paint,
19' Coachmen 1996 van 23' POP UP Camper, Waverurnner 2000 Polaris waxed, all elect bimini,
37VC microwavery clean, Coleman, good cond, SLH w/trailer. Exc cond, live well, outriggers low
frid, 2bner stove, clean, stove, sink, refrig lowmiles.$3000. hrs. exc. con. 59,900,
AC, 2. Onan generator, 3a nn o9ns 20941-776-0442
commode. $14,900 obo. 50.813-2-2620. 813-986-1907 33'Troan 1987 Meter,
352-567-4473 28'5thwheel,1986Kingof POLARIS2001 Genesis, Internatirnal Express, In
Want Ads the Road new WH, etc. 4 person, great cond. good condition, mustsell!
C n tr 600. new motor, 0 hrs, Moving!!$24,0OBO.
20' 1988 Chevy Sprinter. 813-907-8795 55+ mp, garaged1 $5000 Cal813-76-7702,
C-class. 21k mi lots of obo/trad
upgrades. $40b0/obo 30' 5TH WHEEL 2005 key- Oo/trae 813-74-979 BOATS Several storm
813-827-2394 Days stone outback full SEADOO 2001 RX $4200. damaged and donated
401-662-5985 Eves loaded used 2x, 5 Yamaha 2002 XLT 1200 boats Tor sale 18'to32'
months old 33,000+ new $5200. Both incl. Trailer, Mike (727) 204-7988
22' 2005 WINNEBAGO under warranty 26,000 Jackets & Covers. Ready FOURWINNS 267 SPORT-
RIALTA, 17 MPG, gen., (813)390-4307 to go. 813-645-3932 FISH W/ 2 AXLE
awning, dhr, 4K mi, 9 35' 2005 CELEBRITY 16' JET SKI 1999 Yamaha GAL.TRAILER. $2000
$ ,900.813-857-5571arr. slideout,bfully euiped GP760 like new, runs (352)586-9827
$59,90u.0.8 /-57 custom built Extras. great, Exc shape, 84 hrs
27 1987 Itasca, 42K mi on SACRIFICE $22,500 (813) w/trailer$3 500 bo 585 Boat Slips .
454 Chevy, 125hrs/gen, 495-1178 1-888-670-0781 813 237-8773 585 Storage
goodcond runs&drives 39' Country Charm, Park Kawasaki 1998 1100 STX
great, perfectfor hurri- Model 2slideouts,CHA, w/trailer&Accessories OUTDOOR STORAGE
cane evacuation must W/D, lots of extras, like Excellent Condition, 4 g Serving New Tampa, US
sell! $11,900 obo. Call new must see. Asking hours fresh water use, 19Hu son&Port Richey
John 813-416-3926 $1,O.813-679-7446 $3,9001 813-661-0424 areas. RVs, boats,
autos etc $40+/mo.
28' 1993 ELITE, self con- 39.5 DELUXE High Line, 1 584 Boats 813-8665533
tained,2004, AC, 2 ceil fans
813-754,6541 W&D, almost new, ad 16'AURORA FIBERGLASS Carrollwood Outside
t6cARKAGA S Cor Storage!- All boats/RVs
4tte4$ C.ing 162A-6ar- V-HULL w/ 2001 25h welcome-Secure facility/
28FT. HONEY 813-766-3322 amah a 4 Stroke 24 hr acc. Reasonable
50K. runs1c0d 1 3u3000 Trailer. $2,90Call Now! rates. 813-505-2803
r,m. Call L3-9%-559 I RV (813)833-2649 OUTDOOR STORAGE
,,r813294.7094. Accessories '17/2' Center Console Benjamin Rd., boats,
19 8Sa AquaSnort, gal. Trailer, RV's, auto, trucks.DE
el3' 1998 Jaco Eagle 5th new 1Johnson W/ RV'sauotrtruck
wheelL chL slide 5th Wheel Hitch$40+ mo-Securedloc'
On be CHA'. $8,995 needed.Call yrs left on warr. 10,5W8
8quipp 5 -ml .13-7145-9 25.or 763-2757 0 ST1OYK SHA25H 4
(813) 994-15 813-754-9255 or 763-2757 obot 813-477-9 3 Fowler & 1-75 Boats & RV
.u netodV-0, o- iRetal mtr,,d fndrbtri $50mo Coveed o
o n moe, we Tvd, mtvr, depth f1 imini, 1Hap Traveler RV Park
stove CHA, excScond. r duabats r exc. 1
$32,1%00 727-224-S0 POPUP CAMPERS for rent $6,700.813-882-4677
32,00727-22- A/C Sink, Stove, Frir. 17 o= g fib----ass Harbor Island Boat Slip
33m 19894 eetwood 44K n ynreserve-a HGarbor CIhlandel Bloat-
34' MOTORHOME, 89 C vood RV/Boat storage.1 71sswirl7170 1 9 h 0,B. 15 M Supprle &
Pace Arrow Class Ax- sec pkgw/24 hr access, trailer. biinI Reairs
cellent condition, ully brig night lighting man trash ean aId
equipped. Non-smok- wash area.- From $35 gar. kept, runs great YAMAHA HP 4
iSnt 8,0003 7 ler. .813-968-4991;5 05-283 $4300( (R^OK 9S2 4 AA 25H
po1e &9.94175-3-a7414 STiOKEr I a 4w
35' 199, Vectra RQ, 23 F1r & 1-75 RVrs/Boats 1991 RINKER bowrider Tiller w/Less an
C ns cs l. secure outside $50/mo. nice con ir/out 3.0 alfa hrs. Super clean and
Cummins, dsl 6 spli- A Covered $150/mo withtrailer $4,000 Runs New! $200W Call
son, loaded, wash/dry. Happy Traveler RVPark (813)654-2163 (813)833-2649
i s r8k~ 754sg~sed P 4 Spot Advertisiins Works WantAs
Marine n Trucks-Light 16311 Vans
586 Supplies & Duty MAZDA 2001 MPV Van,
Repairs FORD2000 F-150 XLT Extd Clean, runs good. 83k,
BOAT TRAILER 20-21' cab, 4-drauto A/C 80k V, dual ACt,cruise con-
Rite On, Hvy Duty ALU- mi, pwr W&L tilt & trol, PS, PB, $9950.
MINUM, rg whl sg a cruise, Must sell! $8,950 813-468-0277
vry gd con $900 OO obo727-992-3739 MERCURY 1999 Villager
813-837-1599 FORD 2000 RANGER XLT, 6 Estate V6 Leather, 6-d,
cy d, 83K mi, ext newer tires, loaded.
c$ab emso bede Extremely clean.86Kmi,
[5871 Sailboat Icau6, laresde bed b8345
w/cover. $6200. $700 obo813-643-5553
8' Prendle 5.5 meter Cat- 813-434-5674 NISSAN Quest GXE, 1995
amaran sailboat, $800
obo. 813-645-9271 oFORD2002F15040,OOO0mi,Van. Clean Great
813-309-0549 Beige, supercrew, run- Shape264-290088
nin 'boards,$10000 813-2a2988
s eeps 4, ead, gall ey, FORD 2005 F150 Lariat
9.9hp 4str o/b, imini, Super Cab 54 V8, /z' andready 10 buy
sail covers, new trailer, bed, loaded, 3000 miles,
As new cond. $27,500 must sell. $28,000. Pymouth 1995Voyager
(813)924-5496 813-787-7196. allowerye, V6 7 ass, all
26' 1979 Pearson, fully NISSAN 1995 XE P/U. Ike new. $2,850 obo.
equip. 8hp Johnson, black/ grey, 5 spd, cold 813-569-9832
bimini, sail covers, 5 a/c bedliner topper,
sails, $4500. 121Kmi excellentcond. TOYOTA 1992 Previa,
813-855-3445 Iv msg. $3700 obo. 813.881.9872 Clean, Runs great, seats
27' 1987 Captiva Sloop, NISSAN 2004 FRONTIER $3900.813-653-9090
3' draft, 1998 8hp John- XEAuto, PW/PD,tilt, CD,
son, Palm Harbor slip bedliner, sliding rear TOYOTA 1993 Previa LE
aval. $6500obo. glass extra clean. Minivan Ct'chrsABS
(727) 204-7988 813-931-9687 (4 whl), new tires, very
38' Downeaster 1979 good cond. $3700
Sloop Rig, Many New Toyota 1986 Pick up Extra 813-885-9734
Items! Can be seen at cab. 2WD- ar, 4 c-. i S r
Pasadena Marina Slip S$99Sobr, 7.0a76-71. 21Sport Utility
51A. $54,900 obo. u Vehicles
600-649 Toyota 1987 Truck BMW 2002 X5
longbed, $1,200 Black, loaded with op-
Tran spo o tions, 29K miles, excel-
Transportation Call 727-224-6573 ent condition $32,000.
Please call 813-992-3599
Auto Trucks CHEVY 1999 TAHOE 2dr,
620Auto n630 Heavy Duty 2WD, 53K mi, black,
620 Engines, leather, garaged, very
Parts & Misc. FORD 1995 F700, 6-8 yard clean $12,500.
Dump Truck. New reblt 813-390-8888
CASH TODAY' gas eng: ma new Chevy 2000 Tahoe- White
CASH TODAY! parts, al main. rec. w/grey leather, 3rdrear
For Cars, Trucks & ans 2,50.813-628-8288 seat ex4sunroo, tow
Running Or Not. pk,64K les. $16,995.
813-728-7979 1630A Buses pk 64Kmiles. 8139488898.
Small blockiFord C6 a 40' MANN PARTY BUS CHEVY 2001Suburban LS,
stall conv. $400 runsexcellent, coldA/C, loaded, pristine cond!!
st 47 brand ew int., carries $15,900. capt chairs,
813-494-7070 R finihdri hbar hlack Pewter, arkeot.sunrf.
TIRES & RIMS GMC 2500
HD Excellent Condition
Toyota Topper- Like new
Top of the line Leer ex-
cab, red fiberglass, pop
out wins & clamps $850
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Great pric-
es. Honesty & Integrity.
Call Rob 81. 610-1535
2u7i1 Trailers |
50"x62" BED, motorcy-
cle/utility trailer, 2 mo-
torcycle capacity holds
upto l800lbs total, $500.
169 I Trucks Lightj
6"2 Duty I
Chey 1990 pickup, long
bed, V8 auto, in good
shape, $2500 obo.
CHEVY 1997 Crew Cab
3500, auto, light blue,
very good condo, good
CHEVY 1998 C1500, 69K
mi, ext cab, full size AC
Well maintained. $7500
obo. 813-929-9403 or
CHEVY 1999 S10/T10
155,000 ml, Tan, Pickup,
Auto. 2 WD 4 Cyl.
$4,200. Must Se, Great
Value (813) 363-8151
CHEVY 2000 S-10, Reg
cab, auto, 6-cyl, Wht/
Grey int, runs great!
Good work truck. $4450
DODGE 2005 PICKUP 1500
1,300. mi, Silver Pickup,
Auto., 2 WD, 8 Cyl.
$28,000, Firm Price
HEMI, Quad Cab,SLT
Sport Loaded 20inch
wheels. (813) 431-2350
FORD 1989 BRONCO XLT
AC, P/S, P/B, hi-mi but
runs well. $2500 obo.
FORD 1999 F250 Super
Duty Crew cab, diesel
7.3L auto, 5th wheel
ready 56k mi, $17,495.
630BU I Drive
Chevy 1983 K-5 Blazer,
tires & wheels.
TOYOTA 1987 Landcruis-
er FJ60, good condition
new tires & mat, roof
rack, must sell $4000
obo Call 863-412-6167
CHEVY 1995 G20. AM FM.
low miles. runs gre2.i.
exc. work van $2850
obo. Call 813-842-2205
CHEVY 1998 Venture LS
rear AC, 52K mi. on just
installed eng w/warr,
like new, must see
Chevy 2003 Express 1500
conver V8, 5.3L, dual
AC, TV/DVD 6 speakers,
all power, elec seat/bed,
$19,500. 813-340-0645 :
Dodge 1992 B150, 1 own-
er 138K, A/C, auto, V-6,
White, seat belt 4.
$2K obo. 813-831-3331
Dodge 1993 Marklll 250
hvy ut.Must Sell, 83K
onrg m es, very good
cond, loaded. New Ra-
con electric side lift.
DODGE 1997 CARAVAN
cold air, new trans.,
belts, etc. Well main-
tained, runs great.
DODGE 2001 RAM 1500
Conversion 6 cyl, Exc.
Cond. All Pwr 48K ml,
FORD 2005 E150 Cargo
Van, 24K miles,
HONDA 1995 ODYSSEY
EX, Light Blue, auto.,
rear A/C, club seating,
exc. condition. 6,700.
CD, Onstar 813-94-4569
FORD 1993 EXPLORER,
4x4, AC all pwr, tint,tow
pkg, 75k mi, runs great.
very clean in & out.
$3900 obo 813-855-6661
FORD 1994 Explorer XLT
fully loaded, ice cold air
new tires, 1 owner, full
srvc history, runs
perfect exc. cond $3795,
FORD 1997 Expedition
Eddie Bauer, red w/tan
thr new brakes, tires,
cold air, 230k mi. $6500
FORD 2000 Explorer Eddie
Bauer, loaded leather,
2-tone, blue/tan 95k
miles, Looks sharp!
FORD 2003 Explorer
Sports Track Green, full
equipped, low mileage,
$18,800 or best offer.
Ford 2004 Expedition
Eddie Bauer- Blue, tan
leather, safety canopy,
moonroof, 3rd row.
GMC 2001 DENALI XL
52,000 mi White, Sports
UtlitA, Auto. AWD 8
Cyl. $24,000, Flawless all
power all options
HONDA 1999 Passport
4WD, 1 owner, Black
with grey cloth interior
165K miles. $6,000. Call
HUMMER 2004 H2 Pewter
Cold Air induction Cat
back exhaust 18" Chnm
SANTA FE-44K milesLthr,
100k mi warr, 6 CD
ISUZU 1999 Rodeo, white
cd layer 1 owner
ISUZU 2001 Rodeo Sport
37,100 mi. auto, 2WD, 4
cyl. silver, non-smkr, 2
sunrf looks& runs great
$7K obo. 813-689-4690
LAND ROVER 2001
DISCOVERY SE, cert, 54K
mi. Moving out of
country. Must sell. $17K
LANDROVER 2002 Free-
lander Mint condition!
Not a scratch. Low mile-
age, black $14,900
Lincoln 2000 Navigator,
BIk/Tan,49k miles, navi-
ation system, dual cap-
ains chairs, tow pkg,
LINCOLN 2004 AVIATOR
6,000 m French Silk
Sports U'lity, Auto,
D, 8 CyL $37,000, Must
FUw es() 928-39515
MAZDA 2002 TRIBUTE
SUV, 6 cyl, 4-dr, loaded,
69K mi, ext warranty
MERCEDES 2003 ML320,
loaded, 20K balance of
warranty, free sched.
maint., mint cond.
Mercury 2002 Mountain-
eer, 61K mi., 3rd row, all
pwr Ithr, CD, allows, rear
air, New tires & rakes.
NISSAN 2001 EXTERA- 4
wheel drive, a/c, auto,
AM/FM, CD, 65,000 mi,
white exc cond 1 own-
RANGE ROVER 1997 4.0,
87,140 mi, fully loaded,
Clarion radio, DVD/TV
Ithr int $12,995. Call
Toyota 1994 Land Cruiser
Second owner, all
maint. records, fully
loaded, mint. 105K mi.
$11,500. (813) 299-4561
TOYOTA 2001 RUNNER,
maroon, V6, low mi, PW,
PDL, CD plyr, still under
fact warr., exc cond
TOYOTA 2001 HIGHLAND-
ER 54,000 mi, Blue key-
less entry/alarm Auto.
2 WD 100k warr $15,900
obo (813) 854-2254
16351 Motorcycles I
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1988
TOUR GLIDE, full dress,
$12,500. Please call
HARLEY 1996 FLTH, exc.
cond, ready to ride, dark
blue, $10 50. HARLEY
1982 FLH Shovel maroon
great cond w/ up-
grades, ready to ride.
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1999
HERITAGE, 1,035 mi.,
Priced to sell at $11,000.
For details please call
Harley Davidson 200 1IFXD
Dyna Supergliae. only
1800 miles, excellent
condition, Diamond Ice
Pearl leather nags.
HARLEY 2000 Heritage
Springer Softail. 900
original mi, as new,
100% stock. $18,500.
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2002
Electric Glide Classic,
too many extras to list,
extranice. $15,000 cash.
Harley 2003 100th Anniv.
Road King Classic, show
winner, loaded, 6K mi,
one of the nicest in US.
HARLEY 2003 Fat Boy
Anniv Ed, 2-tone, fuelin-
tect, alarm, stage 1 kit,
Santee pipes, 3 miles
HARLEY 2003 Road Glide,
Anniv ed, 7K, cruise,
alarm, full 7yr warr, lots
of extras, $16,000 obo
Must sell. 813-477-0854
HARLEY 2004 XL883
Screamin' tagle pipes,
jet kit2K mi, $7500. Call
Harley 2005 Fat Boy, blk,
stage 1 kit, screaming
eagle pipes & more.
$22K invested, sell
$17500. 1330 miwrnty
Harley 2005 Heritage, too
many access, to men-
tion, over $28k invested,
$22,500 obo. Less than
800 miles. 813-748-0220.
ex 3rdor .~i611)E BrjIndI-I etlvj j Idir- U J NII Oal M.brf H -1j
1(~3Fc,,r~~i.l~ l T rrpj ..- Ehdi. -Pd
A...7111SinjHill tw~rough A .- Tar,, 3m(- 4' FlIcrii 3A, 2
A~hIT a 1rrip 3 Ern ri F'-1
16351 Motorcycles I
HONDA 1991 CUB 2
storke auto needs air
filter & battery, $700
Freedom Express Cstm,
100CI Revtech engine,
6-spd trans, cstrn paint,
cstm paint, 240 rear,
soft-tail xtras. Exc
cond, 55b00 mi. $19,400.
SUZUKI 2004 GSX-600F
Katana, blue/white, low
mileage, $5800 or best
offer. Please call
SUZUKI 2004 GSXR1000
Limited Edition, excel-
lent condition, blue and
white $8900 or best of-
TRIKE SHOP 1992
Runabout VW Trike,
auto AM/FM/cass. I
trunk mint cond. Must
see! $11,500 or trade.
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
6361 Golf Carts
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
ATV 2005 110 shaft drive
ATV, 4 cycle, 3 spd + re-
verse electric start,
YAMAHA 2001 Raptor,
Exc Cond, must see.
Brand new tires and
WE BUY CARS Trucks,
RV's, Boats. Real Top
$$$ CASH Today! Any
Condition. Free Removal,
For Cars Running or Not!
We'll come pick it up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
t DEAD ORALIVE *
Cars trucks & vans
Cash Paid. Free Tow.
$$$$ CASH $$$$
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Any Price/Any Time
CALL ME FIRST!
CADILLAC 1962 SEDAN
DEVILLE, 4dr, exccond
rage kept, Wht/Red
rthr, actual 69K mi, all
CADILLAC 1974 Coupe
DeVille, 501 cu in drives
& runs good. $120 obo.
CHEVY 1969 CAMARO SS
NEW 350/383/ Console
Auto P/S, P/DB COLD
FACT. A/C, RALYES w
W/L DAYONAS, ROSE-
WOOD WHEEL, R/S
BLACK INT. EVERY-
THING IS NEW AND DE-
TAILED TO THE MAX! 3
S29,900 Call TOM (813)
Chevy 1970 Impala
Complete, good cond,
runs good, $4,800.
Only needs paint!
Chevy 66 Stepside
Plymouth 49 Deluxe
Pickup, All run.
FORD 1930 3 window cou-
pe street rod, V8, a/c,
tilt, cruise, auto, PS,PB,
rumble seat, head turner!
Make offer. 352.568.7348
We have great plans to
helyou sell your home.
Call lask about our Buy-
er's Choice photo page!
FORD 1930 MODEL'A'PU
truck, running gear,
100% restored. Eng re-
built, new tires, dual
side mounts new interi-
or, runs grt,100% comply
sheet metal needs to be
restored. Incl title $7500
firm. Call 813-996-4516
FORD 1950 Custom 2 Dr
Black 6 Volt V8 3 speed
on column Great Shape
FORD 1964/2 MUSTANG
cony., 260 V8, auto, 87K
orig mi, garage kept, no
rust, 04/30/1964. $26500
FORD 1965 MUSTANG
convertible, V8, auto,
power steering, red on
red no rust garage kept
FORD 1973 Mach I, Fly
yellow, runs great, new
paint, dual exhaust,
$5200 obo /trade.
ULINCOLN 1978 Mark V,
Diamond Jubilee. Blue in
& out, 460 eng., sunroof,
bucket seats. $3800.
MUSTANG 1965 AS IS,
started to restore, new
trans new brakes, new
OLDS 1972 CUTLASS S
RESTORED, Rocket 350,
AC Wht/Brown $19,850.
Porsche 1982 928-
Y dream when U kan liv.
Still hot super car.
Moving overseas. Will
consider $$$& trade.
(RE, boat, barter) $37,500
Triumph 1969 convert-
ible, 327 V8 auto, nice in
& out runs & drives, has
hard top, tow bar & roll
bar. Older show car,
needs TLC. $2500 firm
TRIUMPH 1980 TR7
Convertible, 5 speed
manual, 76K orig. miles,
1 owner, runs great,
factory air, perfect
cond., needspalnt & top.
$1,895 obo. 813-391-9255
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGT/TR3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cash buyer will pick up.
1993 CORVETTE CONV.
40th Anniv. ruby edition,
show room new 13k
miles (941) 745-0808
I49 For Sale
ACURA 1995 INTEGRA. 2
door hatch Teal, 5
speed, ice cold air, new
tires, exc. condition.
ACURA 1996 INTEGRA
2DR LS 5 spd, low miles,
CD player, cold A/C.
ACURA 1999 3.5RL, Forest
Grn, fully loaded,
$11,500 obo. Must sell!
2004 ACURA A-SPEC TL
18Kmi, Slvr, Auto, Navi,
EXTRAS, Must See
AUDI 2000 A6 55,742 mi,
Tan Wagon Auto.,
AWD, 6Cyi. VIN#:
$16 500, Luxury, Zero
bumper extended war-
ranty Fully Loaded (813)
BMW 1998 528i, must see!
69K mi, white/beige
Ithr, pristine cond, ga-
rage kept, 6 airbags,
AS, PS, cruise, 8-wa
pwr driver & pass seat
dual climate, sunrf, pre-
mium pkg, alloy whis
fold down rear seats, cd
chgr. $17900 obo
BMW 2000 Z3, 2.8L auto-
matic, convertible, sil-
ver, fully loaded, 6 cyl,
AC, 6 CD, sports pack-
age1 $19,400 obo. Must
see. Call Gad at
BMW 2000 Z3, Red/Tan,
2.5 5 spd power/leath-
110K mi., $14,500 negot
BMW 2002 325 Convert-
ible Auto,40K Mi Excel-
lent Shape, With war-
ranty, New Tires,
BMW 2002 325i exc cond,
blk w/gray Ithr, fully
loaded, 69k, 1 fern own,
ext maint warr to 100k.
BMW 2002 M3 converta-
ble, SMG, 19" rims, pre-
mium sound, cony, steel
grey, 16k miall options.
BMW 2002 M3 Show Car
SMG, Xenons, Parktron-
ic, low mi F/Warrt, Har-
man Kardon, 19" rims
BUICK, 1992 LESABRE,
54K mi, exc cond, 6 cyl,
must sell. $3300.
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!
I 4 Automobiles
BUICK 1999 REGAL GS, 3.8
Super charged, full pwr,
white w/grey Ithr, exc
cond. Must sell! $4999
CADILLAC 1990 DeVille,
run excellent new tires
$1200 OBO After 3PM
Cadillac 1993 STS, rebuilt
20" spinners, 15% tint,
$9000 obo. 813-380-4653
CADILLAC 1994 Con-
course, A/C, fully load-
ed, ithr seats, low mi,
runs exc, immac. cond.,
CADILLAC 1995 DEVILLE,
exc cond Only 47k mi,
CADILLAC 1997 SLS V8
Northstar, 76k mi, hunt-
er green, tan leather,
fully loaded. $8990 obo.
CADILLAC 2002 DEVILLE
Shale w/beige. One
owner. Perfect cond.
CHEVY 1984 ElCamino
Super Sport totally
trans, 38K mi. Must see.
$25K invested. Now
$11,500. Consider cc
boat in trade + or-. Can
email pics 912-279-0424
Chevy 1987 Caprice
Classic, V8, 305 motor,
A/C, heater. $1550 obo.
CHEVY 1997 Camaro
Beautiful Car, very clean
in & out, runs great CD,
maint records, cold AC.
$4000 obo. 813-361-4662
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's
CHEVY 1998 CAVALIER
Z24 Cony, 22k mi,
garage kept fully loaded,
1 of a kind, very clean
CHEVY 1998 Cavalier Red
Cpe, 4cyl, 5spd, CD &
spkrs w/amp, new tires,
tint exc cond 63K mi,
$4000 obo 813-949-2486.
CHEVY 1998 METRO
130,000 mi, Blue, Coupe,
5 Speed, 2 WD, 3 Cyl.
$1,600, Must Sell
Chevy 2000 Camaro, 6 cyl,
auto 17" Corvette rims,
new Faiken tires, all pwr
alarm sys., tint, Mon-
soon stereo sys. 42K mi.,
$12K firm. 813-837-4753.
CHEVY 2001 CAMERO
t-top, garage kept,
origina owner, 12K mi.
CHEVY 2001 LUMINA,
113k mi, only Hwy mi,
grey int, light green ext.
CHRYSLER 1995 LeBaron
GTC convt, V6, auto AC
CD, great condition, 90K
mi, $2,850 813-238-5094
CHRYSLER 1996 Sebring,
conv, JXI V6, loaded,
Ithr, only 74k mi, all re-
DODGE 1972 Charger
Drag car, BB 413, runs
ProET, too many items
to list! $4,500 obo Lets
DODGE 1999 Neon, ice
cold air, runs great, 79K
mi. regular maint. new
DODGE 2000 STRATUS ES,
57K mi, good cond.
White/Grey. A/C, P/S,
P/W, P/L, ABS brakes,
Ferrari 1989 328 GTS,
Only23K mi. Redw/Tan
int Beautiful Car, clean.
European Gran Turismo
FORD 1995 Crown
Victoria, 98K mi. all
power, cold air,
1 Cleveland, $4300,
FORD 1995 Thunderbird,
pwr seats/wins, Ithr,
tilt, cruise, CD snrf, new
paint& tires, 0K clean,
FORD 1996 Crown Victo-
ria Police Car, tint, AC,
stereo sys w/remote
$4,200 obo. 813-936-0219
FORD 1996 Crown Vic,
High miles, runs great
exc cond, cold air, mus
sell! $2000 obo.
Ford 1997 Mustang, Red,
automatic, full power,
looks & runs excellent,
FORD 1998 Contour, 4
door 108k, good condi-
FORD 1999 TAURUS SE
93K mi, cold AC, cruise,
all power clean.
Ford 2001 Crown Victoria,
1 owner, White w/ Blue
interior, loaded, 4 new
tires, 82K mi exc. cond.
Ju'N 2. 1260s *Thktb61)Kt 2i
6491Automobiles1 1 9 Automobiles
SFor Sale For Sale
FORD 2003 Escape XLT MITSUBISHI 2002 Galant
37K, dark blue, loaded, ES, V6, auto, 33K mi.
luggage rack, exc cond. metallic silver, 1 owner,
new tires $15,750, exc. cond. $9250.
FORD 2003 MUSTANG GT NISSAN 1994 ALTIMA SE,
Convertible Exc Cond. Ithr, moonroof, 138K mi,
Owned & Driven by Se- good cond $2200.
nior Citizen. 39KTnp mi. 813-737-6600
Priv. Sale, $17,900 May
besee Plant 201 Ci er Oldsmobile 1998 Aurora,
813-719-303 exc cond, under warran-
813-719-3031 ty like new interior. Avg
HONDA 1992 ACCORD 4 retail $7800, sell $6500
Door, non smoker, 1 obo.813-653-3624
condition $2900 obo. $500 Police Imounds.
813-789-3699 Toyotas, etc. from $500.
HONDA 2000 S2000 For listing 800-749-8167,
ROADSTER, mint cond, ext4124.
red, 14K mi. 22,00l PONTIAC 1974 GRAND
813-891-0666 PRIX, full power,
HONDA2001CIVICEX67K original, low miles,
mi, Black, Sedan Auto., great street nde. $3900
$9,600 (813) 453-9229 .727-939-3031
HONDA 2002 Accord EX, PONTIAC 1989 6000, runs
4dr 5spd, Loaded, 98K, great, $750 obo
1 dwner, Exc. Cond. 83641 0
$7,400* 813-973-7075 813-654-1660;
HONDA 2002 Civic, 2DR PONTIAC 2000Grand Prix,
coupe LX, 28K mi. auto, loaded, 74k. Perfect. A
black, 1 owner, exc. steal at $6499.
cond. $11,900 obo 727-446-1661.
Honda 2002 Civic LX, PONTIAC 2002 SE, mint
silver, 4dr, 36k mi auto condition, immaculate,
ac, cruise, tilt all pwr, 6 cyl, 4 dr, A/C, ps, pb,
mint cond. $11,706 pw, pA cruise control,
813-817-9338 CD & more. Only 15K ml.
INFINITY 2001 130, 185K kept wAskng 0.
mi, auto, silver/black Call 813-839-3440
Ithr, new parts w/warr,
goodcon., runs wel.' Pontiac 2002 Sunfire SE
$4900 obo. 813.598.1237 26K actual mi, 2 dr, 5
spd,,cd, sunroof, mint
auto, Bose leather $5950352-341-0024
loaded, sunr6of, warr. 1
owner, exc cond, PONTIAC 2004 Grand Am.
$24,900. 863-255-3670 showroom cond, loaded
V6, mint 2 yr 24K mi
JAGUAR 1998 XK8 Conv't. warr, 14k m, $12,891.
white w/tan leather, 813-962-8058 317-5036
auto, 59K mi. mint condo.
like new -araged PORSCHE 1969 912, Wht
$19,500 727-458-440f ext/Red int, fully
restored 3 yrs ago, Great
LEXUS 2003 ES300, 28K mechanically.10,900.
mi, Dk Blue, tinted 813-453-5934
windows, sunroof, exc
cond $28000 obo. PORSCHE 1981928, parts
813-503-0861 car. Runs, but needs
LEXUS 2003 IS300 B $ work. Clean title, $1200.
LEXUS 2003 IS300 BlueT 35-5A-73
manual trans, Must sell 352-650-7832
baby on the way. Exc.
cond. 30k mi. $24,500 Porsche1982 928-
(863) 661-2998 Y dream when U kan liv.
LINCOLN 1977 Mark V Stillhot supercar.
rk V, Movin overseas.Will
exc inside/out, true lux- Moonover ses Wi.
urgialori & h onser$$$&trade.
b35 b 52-5831290 ( RE boat barter) $37,500
$50 76 -573 727-33014563. Insultme
LINCOLN 2003 Si nature o CE20 BoXTiR ,
Series, loaded,1k m PORSCHE2000 BOXSTER,
nosmoke,warranty, sell 45K mi, Black/Grey
due to health $24,000 loaded, 'exc cond
813-835-4790 .293-4136 $22,000. 727-423-9932,
MAZDA 1991 Miata New
Top, New Tires SATURN 1996 COUPE, au-
$3,000 OBO tomatic, AC, CD/radio,
813-689-3073 excellent condition,
813-679-0597 runs great, $2-00. Call
MAZDA 1997 MILLENIA 813-505-7290
Dark Blue Auto, Leath- SATURN 1996 SL2, all pwr,
er Int, $400 obo AC, CD, 90K miles, Black.
(727)643-1807 Looks & runs good.
r 2 s$3500.813-757-9774
ndlreyto buyTOYOTA 1993 CAMRY LE-
anireay to uy V6, automatic, ice cold
MERCEDES BENZ 1991 air, 4 door. Immaculate
300SL 75k, looks like '02 Condition! Must see to
model charcoal/gray, appreciate! Asking
hard/soft top. Always $3950obo 813-873-1227
garaged 813-962-6161 TOYOTA 1994 CAMRY XLE
MERCEDES 1991 420 SEL Dark Green sunroof
mint condition, 66K 114K mi., A/C, CD, well
miles, Blue/Grey, load- maint., mint cond.
ed, sunroof $12900 $3,000.813-223-7332
MERCEDES 1992500S ownerfully loaded,
cony. + hard top 46 sunroof, 4 cyl 107K mi.
original mllook'sruns r
orgina mi, LOKS/runs All svc rec's. $6400
like newALL t5ions 813-661-3095 lye msg.
MERCEDES 1993 300 SE TOYOTA 2001 COROLLA
sverw/greyilthr, sn CE A/C automatic,
silverw/grey Isn white, new tires,
phone, new tires, jus 21500mlT i$7,990
svcd. Immac condo. 813-62-8n662
$8,500 obo 727-224-5002
Mercedes 1998 C43 AMG, TOYOTA 2002 CAMRY LE,
V8 rarecar onl540 4 cylGrel owner,dlr
w/only47Kmiles$23,500 loo ret 1500
obo. Fin. Avail. Mustsell! OBO 83-963- 89 Lv
Call 813-967-6098. Mssg or 813-786-2440
MERCEDES 1999 SLS00 TOYOTA 2004 Camry LE
silver/silver, loaded, Black/ra,utomatic,
newtres,garaged, exc. $16,500 Calr
cond. FREchard top e. 1 .a813-04
92K. $27,500.334-8035 8 -505-4241
MERCEDES 2000 E320, Toyota 2004 Camry, exc
56K mi, 1 owner, garage condo, white w/beige
kept dealer maintgd leather,6cyl, aloywtihs,
sporF whis, spr, loaded 30K mi. Loaded, must
$19,500 813-920-0883 see. $18,500 813-841-3333
MERCEDES BENZ 2002 TOYOTA 2004 Corolla LE,
S430, 29K miles, fully full pkg wd grain, ONLY
loaded, 1 owner, mint 930 MILES, must sell due
condition asking to health problem.
$45,900 813-873-7462 $14,287 813-601-8457
MERCEDES 2003 CLK320, VOLVO 1995 960
Convertible Silver 15K Blue/Green loaded, SR,
mi, $42,500 firm. Ithr, ac, 128K miles, one
813-254-2288 owner. $2750. Runs
Great (813) 737-4018
MERCURY 2000 Grand VW 1997 Cabrio Hi-Line
Marquis, red 82K, Cony. Green, grey Ithr,
perfect oand. owner 125K miles, 5sp 6CD,
$6900, days 813-340-0869 runs great, exc condo.
eves 249-6232 $4900.813-335-2468
MITSUWBSHI 1998 Spyder VW 1998 Cabrio Conv't
Eclipse White w/ tan white/gray Ithr, good
top, Cony, all p.wr, mi. new
1 owner dealer svcd, cond. only 34K mi.AC ew
$5,w5813355-6358 tires 5 sod. AC, cass.
MITSUBISHI 2000 Eclipse GL u-
GT 114K Miles, Good 2002 Jeta GLS Su
Condition, Askin n $5 roof, Cold AC, A/FM
8o13 2i8,6 45,4 CD AutoLthr,63k mi,
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To advertise your church in our Church Directory please call Natasha Dais at 865 4439
To advertise your church in our Church Directory. please call Natasha Davis at 865-4439
Do er: S. [)Doer Rd 6 Douwln~ St.
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 E. Laura St,
Mount Olive: 1113 W Madison St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd,
1501 Colson Rd, 737-3496
. apostolic Church
1212 u. Reynolds, 477-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
1110 N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettle Rd,
Faith Temple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-
Polk County Line, 752-0532
3409 WR39 A. "52-1885
First Plant (itl\:
(barlie Griffin Rd,
it of 5R.39 5. 52-3351
Torl .Ilafla: cornerr of South Hwy. 39
6 Suillev' Rd. 37-4656
Kes-tille: SR 640, 737-4803
I-- at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grot e:
Turkev Creek Rd. 737-3529
I tlori' Worship Center:
(ounltr line Rd. 754-6089
S5dner: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
ofS"yidner-Dorer Rd, 659-0532
TurkeY ( reek:
lurks C(reek Rd. 754-5372
.Ihara: lurker treek Rd,
%. of SR 60. "3"-3739
222 Alafla Church Rd. 634-8845
Antioch- Horton Rd. '" .3240
Berea: SR 39 S. "."'123-
Bethanr: Cork Rd. "52-9209
Bethel: 8041 1. Renfro SI,
Beulah: Allen & countyy Line Rd,
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
Euclid Dr & SR 51,. "52-3782
Caliary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd F.
Cedar 6rote: E. KessVille Rd,
Central of ithbia:
Pinecrest & Keysrille Rd
(burch on the Rock:
301 E. .Alsobrook, "52-3'40
1310A Shannon Are. "54-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S. Pinecrest,
Dorer Easiside: Countryside Baptist
Church, 2820 Gallagher. 5'1-8200
Dover first: N. Gallagher Rd.
Eastside: 1318 E.Calboun St.
East Tonolosassa Mcintosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W Washington St. 754-6661
first Bptist Churc of Mid"y:
Midway Rd, 752-7209
first Baptist Utbia.
IWtersectiox of SR 39 &
LUlia.-Pisecrest Rd 737-1121
A rst Plant caity.
5- 3 N. Palmer, 752-4104
first lhumolosassa tlissinnar':
.lntosh Rd. 986-4'56
IHarmoni Baptist Chuyih:
6008 I. Nights Griffin Rd.
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy,
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W Ball St,
New Hope Freewill
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
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
Shlloh Baptist Church:
905W1 ferrate Dr., '5-'-"445
Sprinehead: V. Wiggins Road.
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell Sti 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E.. -3'-3668
St. Mar's Communitr Church:
90" ilaura St.
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11308 Wekome
Church St. (813) 737-2288
Westside: 2503 W Granfleld ie.
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5i405
15510 County Rd 39, Lithia
14402 Salem Church Rd., Sydnev
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander it,
CHURCH OF CHRIST
,V. Wilder Rd: 938 .. Wilder Rd,
Cork: Cork Road, "52-1521
Laura Si: 1310 E. Laura St.
Springhead: Wiggins Rd.
(Disciples of Chnst)
First: 2108 Tbonotosassa Rd,
Mcintosh Rd, Nof SR 5"4
,ew Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
5209 Smith-Rials Rd
Doter: Do nline St. 659-2900
Plant (itr 2103 Mludlake Rd.
Iurkey Creek: turkey (reek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway N.,
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
Allen & Haines St
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
Deliveran e tabernacle:
808 I. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W. Ball St.
Full Gospel fabernarle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. "54-3813
106 5. Evers St.
Frangelists jorlesus Fabernacle:
SR 5". F. of Dorer. 659-0102
(hristlian routh (enter:
1310 6. Shannon. "19-2909
Covenant Bible IChurch:
1408 E. tomlin St, "5i4-133
Deeper life rellouwship:
(oilla Rd. If of SR 39 \'.
Rerlral Outreach (enter:
225 ,\. Do er Rd. 681-2250
3202 \. Mtan land Are. "52 ;345
Church oJlesus t(hrist LDS:
1805 .,. Park Rd. -"52 6364
Hope 1C15s: 20011 Park Bird.
lord ofjlife llCl
2104 SIud lake Rd. "i52-6064
2402 Mud Lake Rd. "52-'863
(aranr' Chapel of Plant City:
2102 A. Park Rd. 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. Mclin Are.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, "54-38-13
Impact Family Worship (enter:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. "6-4-0929
Greater love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St. '59-82'0
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 F. Hillsborough Are.
tnity Christ Churbc:
1911 N. Gordon S1, 659-2624
fouman's Praise and Worship
Center. US. 92 E
Holy Protecion I'krainlan
40' Enghlih St. Planm City
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Sunday Worship a, 10:30am
dii.tctd b, LindJ W'XIker .,rn ohnston
Porwerfid Bible Preaching
by Pastor Gary Brady
Jeri Moulds, Children's Pastor
(simultaneous with Adult
God's Squad Youth Service
led by Trey Morris, Youth Pastor
Sunday at 5:30pm
3820 Moores Lake Rd,
Christian l ife .lssemblt:
3120 5. Miller Rd., 65"-i802
living Iaters foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St. '59-0528
,Neu Hope Worship Center:
8033 S. Mahone, .t. "5'-6123
Seu' life temple Pentecostal
churchh of 6od:
3301 (lemons Rd. '54-"088
Dover: Moore's lake & Holiness
Church Rd. 659-1301
(burch of the living 6od:
1102 I.fer St, '54-5840
[rangelical Plant (ith:
10' t(harlie l,riffin Rd. "59 9383
first Presbiterian Plant (ili:
404 9. Reinolds it. "52-i2ll
Walk i-ith G6od .tinistn:
151-10SR 5"4. Dorvr. 659.0930
Plant (ill': 2203 Strawrberry Dr.
First: 103 I: Johnson Rd.
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark I united Church:
2911 lithia-Pinecrest Rd..
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd.
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Churchb Rd. 659-14 5
First Plant (Try: 303 N. Frers St.
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St.
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr.
Springhead. 2305 Sparkman Rd.
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St,
Thbnotosassa: Fort King Hwy at
Mistletoe Dr, 986-'135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St. 752-9316
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Off of 574 Dover)
7am,10:30am & 12:15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185
303 N. Ever- Street
DOin'ntown Plant City
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Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
\ i. v. Iumcnplanttrti:
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday ai 9:00 a.m
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a.m. and 6.00 p.m
Women's Scrapbooking Club
Wednesday Night Worship
Actvrtes for Children
& Students- 6:00 p.m.
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JUNE 23. 2005 THE COURIER 11
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., will
offer a different study synopsis
each Sunday during the
summer from 5 to 6:15 p.m.
The June 26 synopsis will be
on "Breaking Free," by Beth
Moore, exploring five benefits
of the believer'" relationship
with God and five obstacles
that hinder that relationship.
Facilitator will be Kristy
Plant City Community
Church of the Nazarene, 2402
Mud Lake Road, will offer "J-
Force: Discovering the
Ultimate Truth." each
Wednesday through Aug. 8
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The school
is for all ages; there will be
Bible study, games, crafts,
music and refreshments.
Admission is free. Call: 752-
Lord of Life July activities
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road,
plans the following events in
# July 24 Christmas in July.
The congregation's Hispanic
Outreach Ministry program
by Timothy J. Haught,
Derived from the Irish word
"caoineadh," meaning to cry
or lament, keening is a Celtic
tradition involving deep; heartfelt
vocalizations over the dead. Well-
honed over the centuries, keening
assumed a ceremonial function
as well as an intensely cathartic
one. Keeners were nearly always
women, who served as both poets
and performers, leading in informal
congregation in both meter and
tradition. At the most delicate, the
results of such expression can be
beautiful. Piercing expressions of
grief can also be as difficult to bear
as the sad occasion itself. Grief,
by its very nature, resides on the
outer edge of human experience.
Keening dies out in Ireland after
the Famine and was not carried
over to America.
Every family is different, and not
everyone wants the same type
of funeral. Funeral practices are
influenced by religious and cultural
traditions, costs and personal
preferences. These factors help
determine whether the funeral wili
be elaborate or simple, public or
private, religious or secular, and
where it will be held. For more
than four generations. LHAUGHT
FUNERAL HOME has been
helping families at one of the most
difficult times of their lives. For
more information, please give us
a cal at 813-l-9300. We are
located at 708 Dr. Martin Luther
King Blvd. W\'
invites members and friends
of the church to help provide
positive experiences for the
children of the Boys and Girls
Club of Dover. A Christmas
tree in the church building is
adorned with the names of
the children, along with their
age and size information. In
early July members and
friends of Lord of Life will
come by the church and
select one or more names
from the tree. They will
purchase school clothes, wrap
them, put the child's name on
the package, and bring the gift
to the church on or before
July 24. The gifts will then ]be
taken to Dover.
There will be a "Christmas
Carol Sing" prior to the
traditional service at 10:15,
July 31 God and Country
Awards Presentation. The
Rev. Martin will present a
medallion to each of 19
elementary-age students who
grew deeper in their faith by
completing either the "God
and Me" or "God and Coun-
try" course this spring.
Aug. 13 "Are We There
Yet," a Bibleadventure for
children. in kindergarten
through fifth grade, Aug. 13 at
3 p.m. to Aug. 14 at 8 a.m.
Registration: 752-6064, Aug. 5.
Richard C. Ammon, 59, of Lithia died June
He was born in Shelby, Ohio, and was a long-
time resident of Lithia.
He was an aluminum fabricator.
He is survived by his wife, Judith; a son,
Jason of Lithia; a daughter, Kimberly Maggard
of Lithia; two brothers, Clifford of Polk City and
Dale of Dayton, Ohio; three sisters, JoAnn
O'Connor of Arizona, Carolyn of Knoxville,
Tenn., and Ruth of Bellfontaine, Ohio; and four
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Cynthia R. Bane, 81, of Plant City died June
She was born in Opp, Ala., and was a long-
time resident of Plant City.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by three sons, Ben. W. and
Jimmy D., both of Plant City, and Terry B. of
Washington, D.C.; four daughters, Dorothy of
Atlanta, Dee Harris of Tampa and Marie
Edwards and Betty Frier, both of Plant City; a
sister, Ethyl Catherwood of Plant City; four
grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Floyd M. Boone, 62, of Plant City died June
He was born in Plant City and was a lifelong
resident. He was owner of Boone's Wholesale
Nursery since 1977.
He was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and
attended Eastside Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Catherine F.; a
son, Charlie F. of Plant City; a daughter, Julie K.
Boone-Daech of Auburn, Ky.; his parents,
Floyd W. and Dorothy of Plant City; a brother,
Dennis of Alma; four sisters, Elsie Mize of
Knoxville, Tenn., Carol Graham of Plant City;
and Fae Knight and Suzi Yarbrough, both of
Land O'Lakes; and four grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Dena M. Brass, 33, of Cleveland, Ga., for-
merly of Plant City, died June 12.
She is survived by three sons, Ryan, Brian
and Joey; her father, Eddie; her mother, Diane
Grooms; her fiance, Frank Sinopoli; a brother,
Eddie Jr.; and her maternal grandmother, Mar-
lene Sapp. Hopewell Funeral Home.
Willard F. Bugg Sr., 86, died June 10.
He was born in Plant City and was a lifelong
He was a longtime businessman, owning a
Western Auto and a propane and gas business
in Inverness. He also worked in real estate
investment and owned citrus groves in Haines
City and Plant City.
He served in the U.S. Navy Seabees in New
Caledonia during World War II.
He was a Baptist, serving in several local
churches until 1977.
He is survived by a son, W. Frank, Jr. of Plant
City; a daughter, Leen Rice of Pekin, Ill.; two
sisters, Louise Porter of Plant City and Aldie
Osburn of Frostproof; two grandchildren; and
three great grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
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