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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE




TE COURIER


THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


PRSRT STD
U. S. POSTAGE
PAID
TAMPA FL
PERMIT NO. 6238


COMMUNITY PROFILE


in the
NEWS


FOURTH
Food, music and, of
course, fireworks are
on tap for the Fourth
of July holiday.



KRAPBOOK
Check out your
neighbors' photos in
our "Around Town"
section.
PAE 4


BRIGGS



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This love will help
carry on a family
tradition.
PE 8


INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE I
CLASSIFIED
PAGE 12
CROSSWORD
PAE 11
FAMILY LIVING
PAE 8
LETTERS
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OPINION
M I
WORSHIP
PAGE 1


After five years in the
Marines and two tours in Iraq,
James Kerr knows the drill and
the real thing. Now he wants to
use that knowledge to help
young Marines.

By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
U.S. Marine Sgt. James Kerr wants to go back to
boot camp.
The 23-year-old Plant City resident is already a
veteran, having served for two tours on the front
lines of Iraq. Now he hopes to share his knowledge
with young recruits at the Marine training camp at
Parris Island, S.C.
"It's a matter of pride in the Marines," said Kerr,
a member of the 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine, artill-
ery division. "If I can become qualified as a drill
instructor I will look back on it as an important
achievement in my life."
Kerr will report
"Some of the areas to Parris Island in
that we advanced July to begin his
drill instructor
through were alrea- training sessions.
Just coming
dy under fire. There home alive and in
one piece is an
were tracer rounds achievement for
flying overhead, any soldier who
has served in Iraq,
explosions in the which continues to
be a volatile and
distance, and sound dangerous place
like thunder all for U.S. service per-
sonnel.
around." After the experi-
SGT.AMES KERR ence, Kerr is now a
SGT. AMES KERR long way removed
Us.. Marine from the 18-year-
old graduate of Tampa's Gaither High School who
joined the Marines because, among other reasons,
he liked the looks of the dress uniform.
"After almost five years I bet that I haven't worn
those dress blues more than four times," Kerr said.
"Still, there could be nothing better for me than to
get the opportunity to wear the hat of a Marine drill
instructor."
Kerr's family history is steeped in military
service. His great-grandfather fought in World War
II. His grandfather served in Korea, following the
Korean War. His father, Steve, is a disabled veteran
who fought with the Marines in the Persian Gulf
War.
"James was bom at Camp Lejeune, North Caro-
lina," Steve Kerr said. "I don't think that I encour-
aged him to join the Marines. As a matter of fact, I
See SERVICE, Page 12


GEORGE H. NFWVMLANi')all photos
Marine Sgt. James Kerr, who
recently visited his parent's
home in Plant City following his
second tour of combat duty in
Iraq, looks over some photos
taken in training and combat
during his deployment with the
2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine unit.
At left, Kerr, left, safely home
from his second tour of combat
duty in Iraq, visited the Plant
City home of his father, Steve
Kerr, and his wife, Vanessa,
befol heading for Parris Island,
S.C., for further training.


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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
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Traffic on Interstate 4 between
Park Road and HWheeler Street
could become a stumbling block
to further development in Plant


City.
At their regular meeting June
27, city commissioners discussed
concerns expressed by the Flor-
ida Department of Transporta-
tion regarding congestion on that
section of the interstate.
City Manager Dave Sollen-
berger reported that the FDOT
has voiced objections to certain
annexations being made by Plant


City, contending that the addi-
tional traffic created by develop-
ment on those parcels would
adversely effect traffic flow on
the interstate in that area.
"The Florida Department of
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tion of 1-4 is congested and that it
is their objective to allow no fur-
ther deterioration of interstates,"
Sollenberger said.


A recent recount of traffic
volume taken by the state agency
in the same area, however, might
change the entire picture and
diminish, if not completely solve,
the problem.
"The recent recount could go
either way," said City Commis-
sioner Rick Lott. "The FDOT has
See TRAFFIC, Page 12


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CALENDAR

SATURDAY
Bike Fest
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce
hosts its Bike Fest the first
Saturday of every month
from 5 to 9 p.m. in and
around McCall Park, 100
N. Collins St.
The next fest will be
July 2.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Commu-
nity, a fundraising group
whose mission is to help
feed Plant City's needy,
offers food during the Bike
Fest and Strawberry Clas-
sic Car Show at the Plant
City Community Bingo
Hall, 105 Arden Mays
Blvd., from 5 to 9 p.m.
The group sells hot
dogs, Polish sausage,
.chips. cookies, cakes and
pie, and coffee, soda and
water.
The next sale will be
during the July2 Bike Fest.
Call: 752-1275.

MONDAY
Fourth of July event
The Plant City Recrea-
rion &* Parks Department
and the Plant City Cham-
ber of Commerce will host
the annual Fourth of luly
event July 4 at Plant City
Stadium. 1900 E Park
Road.
The event will feature a
fireworks show by Great
Show Fireworks. perform-
ances by the Plant Citr
Fire Rescue Color Guard
and First Baptist Church's
choral group, and free
kids' activities.
Gates open at 5 p.m.
Admission is free, with $2
for parking. Stadium seat-
ing is limited.
Call: 757-9166.

PLAN AHEAD
Artist reception,
book signing
Local artist John Briggs
will be on hand at an artis-
See CALENDAR, Page 18


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Registered Pharmacist


Bee Stings
If stung, gently scrape out the stinger with a
blunt-edged object like a dull knife or credit
card. Clean the site with soap and water.
Apply an ice pack for a few minutes. After
that, apply a paste of water and baking soda
for 15 to 20 minutes or put a little ammonia
on the sting. Taking acetaminophen may
help the pain. Seek immediate treatment if
you are stung in the mouth or nose. Also
seek emergency care if you have abnormal
breathing, large areas of swelling, dizziness.
tightness in throat or chest, fainting, hives.
nausea or vomiting. These symptoms may
indicate an allergic reaction. Those with
known allergies to bee stings should always
carry epinephrine injectors.





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Car Dealership Drives Local Causes


BILL HEARD HELPS WITH

FIREWORKS, PAGEANT HOPEFUL
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Bill Heard Chevrolet is footing most of
the bill for two special events this week.
The car dealership, which moved to a
new location on Park Road last year, is the
main financial contributor helping to
send Holly Stein, 2005 Miss Heart of Plant
City, to Miami to compete in the Miss
Florida pageant.
And on July 4, the dealership is the
once again the title sponsor for the city's
July Fourth celebration, helping pay for
$30,000 worth of fireworks that will be
seen over Plant City Stadium. Bill Heard
has been the title sponsor since the even-
t's inception in 2002.
Should Stein win in Miami the plans
for the Fourth of July celebration at the
stadium will have to be changed, and offi-
cials at Bill Heard won't mind that one
bit, said Paul Baker, the dealership's
general manager.
"Holly is scheduled to sing 'America
the Beautiful' during the stadium event,"
Baker said. "But if she wins in Miami she
will be tied up with the people down
there, and we will have to find another
singer. We all win either way."
The dealership has an annual budget of
$100,000 for local charitable contribu-
tions.
"Holly will give them all a real run for
their money," said Regan Paul, a director
with the Miss Heart of Plant City
organization.
The money used to help Stein to com-
pete came from the Bill Heard coffers and
a number of local businesses and private
individuals. Among those contributing
are the law offices, of Trinkle, Swanson,
Byrd and Coton, City Commissioner John
Dicks and Fred's Market Restaurant.
Bill Heard's contribution represents
more than 80 percent of the total money
- about $5,300 collected by the Miss
Heart directors to help Stein in Miami,
Paul said.
"We want to thank all the contribu-
tors," Paul said. "The money will allow us
to outfit Holly in a competitive manner,
and take some of the pressure off."


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Paul Baker, general manager of Bill Heard Chevrolet, hands a check to Holly Stein, the
2005 Miss Heart of Plant City, who is participating this week in the Miss Florida
Pageant in Miami. The check was written to the Miss Heart of Plant City organization,
represented by co-director Regan Paul, second from right, to help fund the trip to
Miami. Paul is accompanied by Chris Prevatt, the car dealership's director of public
relations.


Paul said all the contestants will be
looking for the special look to catch the
judges' eyes.
"We want Holly to look comfortable,
elegant and be her natural self," Paul
said. "There is a lot more to the competi-
tion than glamour. But the generosity of
Bill Heard officials and the other contrib-
utors have really taken the pressure off."
Most of the expenses, though dis-
counted, will help pay for accommoda-
tions for Stein and her two pageant
chaperones at the Hilton Miami Airport
Hotel, where the rest of the contestants,
pageant officials, parents and chaperones
are staying, Paul said.
Stein and her group arrived in Miami
June 25. The two directors and Stein


shared a room at the Hilton Saturday
night, going over last minute details.
Stein was then separated from the group
and will room with Miss Daytona Beach
for the rest of the week. The competition
will conclude on July 2 with the crowning
of Miss Florida 2005.
SThe July Fourth celebration is geared to
both entertain and help the community,
said Chris Prevatt, Bill Heard's public
relations director.
"Twenty percent of the vendors' net
will be contributed to the South Florida
Baptist Wellness on Wheels Program,"
Prevatt said. "And all of the proceeds
from parking will go to the local chapter
of the FFA."


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Dance at
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Elementary
School. Stein
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music teacher
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students
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maracas and
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school chorus's
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tion three days
prior, perform-
ing "Someone to
Watch Over Me"
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of the roughly 11,000 pounds of food that came in during the recent U.S. Postal Service's
Letter Carrie rs' collection drive. Linda Lawson, the food bank's executive director, gave
credit for the success to a generous community and the letter carriers' efforts to pick
up the donations while dropping off mail. At left, Bobby "The Chief" Taylor, second


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Above left, volunteers take a break during the recent effort to landscape Plant City's new police headquarters at One Police Place. When the city ran short on money
to landscape the new police station, Chief Bill McDaniel contacted the Plant City Garden Club for help. Cassandra Banning and Darcy Stottlemyer of the garden club
worked on and came up with the landscape plan. Crews from the city's recreation and parks department installed the irrigation system, then garden club members
assisted with unloading and placing plants. Numerous volunteers from the garden club, off duty police officers, the Plant City High School FFA club, and other
residents helped lay wood chips. Above right, the Rev. Dean Pfeffer, back row, left, pastor at Hope Lutheran Church, and Julianna Shults, back right, Hope's director
of Christian education, congratulate members of the church's congregation who recently graduated from area high schools. Shown are Jason Reschek and Meghan
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Love And Tradition Grow Together


Seeds of love have sprouted
for Kimberly Ray of Plant City
and the Rev. Stephen Michael
Ahrens of Tampa.
They will be married July 9
at East Chelsea Baptist
Church in Tampa, where
Stephen is youth minister.
The couple will be the sixth
generation to continue a
family tradition that dates
back to the late 1800s, when
they begin their new life
together on the Tanner family
property in a house that
overlooks Kim's great-great-
grandparent's homestead in
Mango.
You may remember Kim's
mom published a family
cookbook last year called
"Seeds of Love."
Kim is the daughter of
Robert and Sheri Ray of Plant
City. Stephen, the son of the
Rev. Kevin and Patricia
Ahrens of Tampa, just
received his master's degree
in Christian studies from
Southeastern Baptist Theo-
logical Seminary. Kim works
in Plant City for Barbara
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I think it's wonderful when
children settle on the old
family homestead it hap-
pens less and less these days.
Last week, I learned that my
family's place from the 1800s
(the old Rod and Gun Club in
Everglades City) is on the
market. Of course, I won't be
bidding on it, this year
anyway, as the price tag is $20
million!
Thoughts and dreams of
preserving our heritage (and
family homesteads) bring to
mind the recent ruling by the
Supreme Court that will allow
governments to seize property
for private development. A lot
of people are really upset
about this. It's a good lesson
to remember that history
speaks at the local level first,
so keep a sharp eye on your
city, county and state leaders
who they are and what they
stand for.

Reunion buddies
Dan Wilder says his wheels
began turning when he heard
that Willard Whitehurst
celebrated his 91st birthday at
Plant City High School's 1937-


Special to The Courier
Kimberly Ray and the Rev. Stephen Michael Ahrens will begin
their new life together by carrying on an old tradition.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


38 class reunion.
Willard and Dan were in the
class of 1932 and although the
class agreed at the 65th
reunion to no longer hold
formal reunions, they would
gather as they could.
"I was delighted to see that
Willard was still attending
reunions," Dan says. Years
after graduating, Dan found
out that Willard and he had
the same Whitehurst great-
grandparents and that one of
them is one of five Revolu-
tionary War veterans known
to be buried in Florida, near
Jasper.
"I thought Dan might find
that tidbit interesting," Dan
says.
I'm sure he does and I do,
too.

Family planning
Heard from an old friend
recently, Frank Kurchinski,
who was in on the original
planning of Walden Lake.


Frank and his wife, Ale, and
baby daughter, Jackie, divide
their time between Brazil
(Ale's home) and the Tampa
Bay area. The family is
looking forward to a new
addition soon. Congratula-
tions!

Last Sunday
The menu was tears, cheers
and lots of delicious food.
The congregation of First
United Methodist Church
gathered last Sunday at the
church's Wesley Centre
gathered to reminisce and
honor Pastor Alan and Sylvia
Beaver. This was their last
Sunday before moving to Lake
Wales. (Dr. Beaver might need
to save a pew at his new
church for Plant City guests as
I heard some say they were
planning a visit just to hear
one of his enlightening
sermons.)
Special guests at the lunch
included Thelma Tatum,
whose husband, Hoyt, served
as minister in Plant City from
1972-76. Thelma looked
wonderful and is at home in
Lakeland at Carpenter's
Retirement Village.
He made the list
Kyle Nelson, son of Michael
and Peggy Nelson of Plant
City, is making his mark and
sharing his voice at Lee
University in Cleveland,
Tenn., a Christian college
founded in 1918 just outside
Chattanooga.
Kyle, who will be a junior in
August, was named to Lee's


Another visitor makes an
appearance at the Trinkle
family's North Carolina
home.
dean's list with honors for the
spring 2005 semester. His
major is pastoral ministry
with a minor in
music (guitar,
piano, voice).
Younger
brother, Scott,
who just gradu-
ated from high
school, grand-
Nelson parents Herman
and Ilene Sears
of Plant City, and Robert and
Karen Nelson of Chipley all
join in giving Kyle warm hugs
of congratulations.

More Trinkle wildlife
An inquisitive squirrel? If he
was looking for the Torah, he
might certainly have found it
inside Robert Trinkle's
mountain hideaway- Robert
is a biblical scholar and has
taken classes at Oxford
University.
Ann snapped this picture
on her Highlands, N.C., deck
of a white squirrel, (and it
really does look like a yar-
mulke on his head).
But alas, God's beautiful
little creature was only
looking for birdseed, just as
the bears were doing a few
weeks ago. Actually, he had
probably wandered over from
Brevard, N.C., where they
hold an annual White Squirrel
Festival. Since he was wearing
a black "cap" he is a wannabe
albino and not a true one, but
we will surely give him credit
for being inquisitive.

I'm inquiring about your
news. Send items to gaby-
lee@aol.com or mail or hand
deliver them to The Courier,
c/o Betty Briggs, 101 N.
Wheeler St., Plant City, FL
33566.


CLUB NOTES


Christian women's club
The Christian Women's
Club of Plant City will host its
"Somewhere in Time" lun-
cheon July 5 from 11:30 a.m. to
1 p.m. at Walden Lake Golf
and Country Club.
The event will feature a
fashion show presented by
Patricia Spudis and an
inspirational message by Julie
Colburn.
For reservations and com-
plimentary nursery, call
Carole at 759-1708 or Dinah at


717-9127; or e-mail
cwcpc.fl@tampabay.rr.com.

Strawberry Singles
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
St. The cost is $5 for members,
$7 for nonmembers.
Call: 647-5754 or 653-2020.
Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan Club


meets the first and third
Thursday of every month at 6:
45 a.m. at Kristii's Restaurant,
110 E. Reynolds St.
Call: Pat Pogue, 754-4680.

Home and Community
Education
The Hillsborough Associa-
tion for Home and Commu-
nity Education seeks
members.
HCE partners with the Hills-
borough County Extension


Service to serve Hillsborough
County residents and host the
adult Neighborhood Village
competition at the Strawberry
Festival, make "ouch" dolls to
give to children receiving
medical care, make baby
quilts and neonatal caps, and
provide scholarships to 4-H
members.
Cubs are active in Temple
Terrace, Ruskin, Plant City
and Riverview.
Call: Lisa Leslie, 744-5519,
Ext. 143.


COMMUNITY

ROUNDUP

'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
auditorium 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 tickets available at
Hardee's Fashions, 1501 N.
Wheeler St.
Call: 928-1259.

Blood drives
BloodNet USA will spon-
sor the following blood
drives:
June 30 from 8 a.m. to 3
p.m. at C.F. Industries,
Highway 39 North.
July 2 from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. at Lowes of Plant City,
2801 James L. Redmen
Parkway.
Call: 687-8925.

Patriotic art on display
The UPS Store has part-
nered with Ms. Cherie's Art
Studio to sponsor "Proud to
be an American, a 4th of
July Celebration" art con-
test.
Some 30 youngsters ages
5 to 17 are participating. All
entries will be on display at
The UPS Store, 117 W. Alex-
ander St., through July 11.
The first-place winner in
each category will have an
opportunity to design
another patriotic box,
which will be filled with
donated items and shipped
by The UPS Store to mili-
tary personnel serving
overseas. Each participant
is encouraged to make a
donation of personal items,
such as shampoo, tooth-
paste and candy. All
donated items will be
included in the package
sent to the troops.
Commonly requested
items include shampoo,
deodorant and non-perish-
able snack food.
Call: 754-5533.

Nominations sought for
Agricultural Hall of Fame
Nominations are now
being accepted for candi-
dates to the Florida Agricul-
tural Hall of Fame in 2006.
The deadline for submis-
sions is Sept 1.
The Florida Agricultural
Hall of Fame was created to
honor Florida's agricultural
pioneers and leaders.
Anyone can submit a
nomination on behalf of a
candidate, however, all
nomination forms must be
completed as specified in
the instructions.
The nominees, chosen
by an independent panel of
judges, will be announced
later this year. The induc-
tion ceremony will take
place during the 28th
annual Florida Agricultural
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ANNIVERSARIES


Ham 69th anniversary
Purvis and Elsa Ham will celebrate
their 69th wedding anniversary June 30.
They were married in Bonifay in 1936.
Both Purvis and the former Elsa
Andrews were born in Bonifay and are
retired. They are members of the
Assembly of God.
They have two sons, David P. and
Lance H., both of Plant City; a daughter,
Delrece Fulwood of Columbia, S.C.;
eight grandchildren; and 16 great-grand-
children.


First Baptist Church of Plant City


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MINISTRY


BIRTHS

Brandon Regional Hospital
The following births were reported at Bran-
don Regional Hospital:
April 30
A son, Carver Mitchell Wineinger, to Amy
and Mark Wineinger of Plant City.
May 3
A son, Noah Michael DeFrancesco, toTerri
Willis and Christopher DeFrancesco of Plant
City.
May 4
A daughter, Aaliyah Miyel Broome, to Shani:
tra Young and Miguel Broome of Plant City.
May 8
A daughter, Kirin Merrick Hutson, to
Michdlle and Phillip Hutson of Plant City.
A son, Aiden Hugh Grooms, to Valerie and
Darrin Grooms of Plant City.
A son, Elijah Malik Dawson, to Ashley and
Ezereke M. Dawson of Plant City.
May 17
A son, Adan Longoria, to Crystal and Carlos
Longoria of Plant City.
May18
A daughter, Laila Saige O'Reilly, to Kathryn
Dull and Patrick O'Reilly of Plant City.
May 19
A daughter, Alison Mae Edison, to Susan and
David Edison of Plant City.
May 25
A son, Anthony Carlos Palestrini, to Yesenia
and Michael Palestrini of Plant City.
May30
A daughter, Janiya Lashay Hargrove, to
Jovanna Forte and Jamie Hargrove of Plant
City.
June 1
A son, Royce Lee O'Neal, to Janine Toney
and Randall L. O'Neal Jr. of Plant City.
June 2
A daughter, Aubrey Paige Hancock, to Emily
and Westley Hancock of Plant City.
June 3
A son, Keyshaun Benjamin Brinson, to
Lukeisha Durant and Ronald Brinson of Plant
City.


All Singles of all ages are invited to
"The Upper Room"
a singles ministry event of FBC Plant City.
Join us
Saturday, July 9th
in the Singles' Building located at
103 E. Baker St.
for a "Hawaiian Luau"
7:00-9:00 pm
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other Plant City singles.
This event is free
and childcare is provided by
reservation.

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NOTICE OF PERMITTED
USE CHANGE

The City of Plant City proposes to adopt the
following ordinance:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PLANT
CITY, FLORIDA, AMENDING SECTION
102-536, PLANT CITY CODE, BEING A
PART OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF
THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, REGARDING
USES PERMITTED IN THE C-1B
NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESS DISTRICT;
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT HEREWITH AND PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY.

The City Commission will hold two public
hearings on the proposed ordinance in the
Sadye Gibbs Martin Auditorium of the Nettie
Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 3002
West Reynolds Street (City Hall), Plant City,
Florida, on July 11, 2005 at 7:30 p.m., and July
25,2005 at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matter may be heard, at which time interested
parties and citizens may appear to be heard
with respect to the proposed ordinance.

All persons are advised that if a person
decides to appeal any decision made by the
city commission with respect to any matter
considered at such meeting, he will need a
record of the proceedings, and for such purpose
he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceeding is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.

In accordance with the American disabilities
act, any person with a disability requiring
reasonable accommodation in order to
participate in this meeting should call the city
clerk at (813) 659-4200 at least 48 hours prior
to the meeting.

Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk

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let him know that it would be the toughest
thing he ever attempted in life. But he
signed up in December 2000, just six
months after graduating from Gaither."
"I joined to get away from everything,"
James Kerr said. "I wanted to do my own
thing and not have to depend on anyone.
I signed up, and two weeks later I was
gone."
Kerr signed a four-year enlistment with
a Tampa recruiter. He went to Parris
Island, considered by some to be the
toughest boot camp in the military, and
soon found out that his father was telling
him the truth.
"Boot camp was filled with the percep-
tion of violence, intensity and wild crazi-
ness," James Kerr said. "The violence was
not so much physical. It was like a tor-
nado roaring through a town. You could
see the destructive force right in front of
you. You just hoped you didn't get sucked
up by the twister."
The twister was the drill instructor the
Marine that had the first and only word.
"In training you are tested mentally and
physically," James Kerr said. "A lot of it is
pure discipline. Doing what you are told
to do. The D.I. can't get you ready for war.
Nothing can get you ready for that. But
they can make you a Marine."

'Our generation's war'
Kerr said the fighting in Afghanistan
and Iraq is the first real war since Viet-
nam.
"This is our generation's war," said
Kerr, referring to all combat since the ter-
rorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. "Desert
Storm, the first Persian Gulf War, was not
much more than a clearing operation.
Over 100 died on our side, and the threat
of death was there. But there was not an
occupation of territory. There was no
continued enemy resistance. What our
troops are facing in Afghanistan, and now
particularly in Iraq, is war at its worst."
Kerr lists suicide bombings, sabotage
and an enemy that hides among the civil-
ian population as a reality faced by the
coalition forces every day.
"You can be the best trained soldier in
the world and still get whacked," Kerr
said. "It is ugly over there. The Iraqi civil-
ians have to become more involved, or we
will have a long way to go over there."
He served with his unit in Kosovo in
October 2002, and was deployed to the


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Hall of Fame banquet and awards cere-
mony at the Florida State Fair in Febru-
ary.
Nomination forms may be requested
by calling 628-4551, or by writing: Chair-
man, Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame
Foundation, 4508 Oak Fair Blvd., Suite
290, Tampa, FL 33610. Nomination forms
are also available online at www.flagha-
lloffame.com.

Consumer complaints answered
The Hillsborough County State Attor-
ney's Office has opened a consumer
protection agency in Plant City. Consum-
ers can schedule appointments to speak
with an investigator about their com-
plaints on the second and fourth Friday
of each month beginning July 8.
Agency representatives can assist in
investigating, mediating and sometimes
referring complaints regarding unfair,
deceptive and criminal acts and practices
by businesses and individuals posing as a
business.
Appointments are at the Plant City
Courthouse, State Attorney's Office, 302
N. Michigan Ave., Room 10. Call: Hills-
borough County Consumer Protection
Agency, 903-3430.


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


United Arab Emirates in NOrth Africa for
advanced training.
"We were on a ship in the Red Sea,
heading for the states, when word came
for us to turn around and sail for Kuwait,
and prepare for the invasion of Iraq.
On March 19, 2003, the first day of the
Iraq War, Kerr and his unit advanced from
Kuwait into southern Iraq and raced
toward Baghdad.
"We were dressed in chemical-agent
protective gear and heading for the front,"
Kerr recalled. "It was pretty much like
training until a tire blew on one of the 150
mm cannons we were pulling behind us.
It sounded like a bomb going off. Although
we hadn't reached enemy fire, at that
moment the fact that we were facing
death became real for me for the first
time."
Kerr said his convoy advanced for
about 20 hours and then set up a perime-
ter to support a British assault on an Iraqi
town south of Baghdad.
"Some of the areas that we advanced
through were already under fire," Kerr
said. "There were tracer rounds flying
overhead, explosions in the distance, and
sound like thunder all around. Once we
reached the British sector it was quiet, but
we knew we were in for it. For the next
three months it was fight like hell, protect
the guys with you, and hope to survive."
Fighting to defeat the enemy and to
survive is complicated in Iraq, Kerr said,
because the insurgents often live among
the civilians, who are fearful of them, and
caution and restraint by the coalition
sometimes interferes with success.
"The Iraqis have never been able to
control their own lives," Kerr said. "They
have always been under threat of the
rulers there. I don't know if they will be
able to take a stance and dictate their own
fate."
Kerr left Iraq for home at the end of
May 2003. After about one year stateside,
Kerr and about 15 of his friends in the
same unit decided to volunteer for
another tour in Iraq. He extended his
enlistment for another six months to
return to the fighting.
"I went back because I felt that they
needed experienced people on the
ground," Kerr said. "We knew it wouldn't
be easy. I don't get involved with the
political thinking. But the Marines have
been given a mission. And I wanted to
help see that it gets accomplished."

A value to the Corps
Kerr's mission, now that he is safely


Crisis Center seeks volunteers
The Crisis Center of Tampa Bay seeks
volunteers to provide crisis counseling on
its 24-hour crisis hot line.
Day, evening and weekend shifts are
available. No experience is necessary.
Training will be provided. Information:
969-4991 or www.crisiscenter.com.

GED classes
The Adult and Community Education
program offers free general equivalency
diploma and English classes to anyone 18
years and older.
Classes are Mondays and Thursdays
from 6 to 9 p.m. at Esther D. Burney Ele-
mentary School, 901 S. Evers St.
Free day care is provided while stu-
dents are in class.
Call: Rojina Durant or Jennifer Giorgio,
707-7334, Monday through Friday bet-
ween 8 a.m. and 2:15 p.m.


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


back home, for the second time, is to help
strengthen the Marine Corps.
"I know what it takes over there," Kerr
said. "I've been through it. I can't say that
I enjoyed any of it. Even the best of it was
tough. But I want to help prepare other
Marines for combat. I believe I can be val-
uable to the corps as a D.I., and that is my
immediate and only goal."
Kerr's last hitch in Iraq was from Sep-
tember to March. While there he re-
enlisted for an additional four years and
one month. For his re-enlistment he was
promised a shot at the instructor
position.
"Anyone who knows anything about
the Marines knows being a D.I. is some-
thing special," he said. "Qualifying will be
the hardest thing I have ever done. It will
be harder than facing combat. I know
that. But by doing it I will be able to carry
that accomplishment with me for the rest
of my life."
One thing that Kerr and other Marines
faced in Iraq was a constant pressure to
engage the enemy. He said that his unit
put in more than 300,000 miles on the
road, protecting convoys and chasing the
insurgents.
"Sometimes we were placed on the
perimeter of an air base to act as a bomb-
sponge," Kerr said. "There is just no other
way to describe it. We would watch insur-
gents come out of a small town in eastern
Iraq, driving up a dirt road to a plateau,
where they would lob mortar rounds over
our head at the base. They would do this
like clockwork, after 5 p.m., several times
each week. For some reason we were
never given permission to fire on them."
At other times, particularly when pro-
tecting a convoy of gasoline trucks moving
through the country or through any of the
Iraqi cities, Kerr's group would often
return fire.
"If it was identified where the firing
came from we would deal with it," Kerr
said. "We didn't put up with rock throw-
ing, small arms, rifle fire, mortars, gre-
nades, rockets or anything. Iraq is a
dangerous place. I made up my mind I
would rather see them scatter when we
came through, than have them stand in
our way, waving with one hand and curs-
ing us with the other."
"I didn't see much casual interaction
with civilians. That wasn't our job. They
knew the difference between a Marine
unit and some of the other security forces.
For the most part they got out of our way,"
he said. "We had interpreters when we
needed them, but for the most part we
weren't there to talk."


Kids Cafe
The Kids Cafe is offered Mondays
through Thursdays from 5 to 6 p.m. at the
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Center, 1601 E.
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. The Kids Cafe
serves nutritious hot meals to school-age
children.
Call: 759-9343 or 757-9195.

Weekly square dances
Weekly plus-level square dances with
rounds are offered Wednesdays from 7 to
9:30 p.m. at Strawberry Square Dance
Center, 4401 Boot Bay Road.
Call: 752-0491.

GED classes
The Hillsborough County School
District offers free adult high school
credit and general educational develop-
ment diploma classes.
Classes are offered at more than 100
locations and during flexible day and
evening hours with customized instruc-
tion to meet individual student needs.
Information: 276-5654 or
www.acesdhc.org.


Blood pressure checks
The Hillsborough County Department
of Aging Services offers free blood pres-
sure readings for seniors the first Monday
of the month at 10:30 a.m. at Plant City
Senior Center, 1205 S. Waller St.
Call: 757-3824.


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completed the new study,
but they haven't released the
new numbers to us. They
could be released any day."
Lott represents the city on
the Hillsborough County
Metropolitan Planning
Organization. The MPO
approves all funding for all
major road construction in
the county. If the old num-
bers stand up then develop-
ment planned in that area
could be jeopardized.
Lott said that the original
study on 1-4 through Plant
City showed that traffic west
of Wheeler Street, also
known as Paul Buchman
Highway or State Road 39,
registered the equivalent of
89,000 cars per day. The sur-
vey of traffic on the interstate
east of Park Road showed a
similar number, 88,000 cars
per day.
"According to the FDOT,
1-4 is considered saturated
in that area when the num-
bers reach 138,000 cars each
day," Lott said. "Unfortu-
nately, the FDOT statistics
show that the area between
Park Road and Wheeler
Street have reached the
138,000 cars per day level,
and that stretch of road is
considered at the saturation
point."
Due to a recent state
development plan created
by the 2005 Legislature and
signed into law by Gov. Jeb
Bush, the Florida Strategic
Intermodal System, trans-
portation and water issues
are grounds to prohibit
development in any given
area.
Mark Hudson, a planner
with the Hillsborough
County City-County Plan-
ning Commission, said four
recent annexation parcels
are in jeopardy due to the
interstate transportation
survey.
A large tract of more than
360 acres on the northeast
corner of Knights Griffin
Road and Paul Buchman
Highway, as well as planned
development north and
south of the interstate bet-
ween Wheeler Street and
Park Road could be limited
or even denied.
"There is a possibility that
the method being used to
count cars moving on and
off the interstate in this area
is flawed," Lott said. "The
accounting problem is state-
wide, not just local to Plant
City. Other municipalities
with major highways run-
ning through them are faced
with similar problems with
the count."
Without FDOT approval
the city could not expect any
state funding for continued
development.
In other action, commis-
sioners:
*Approved Commissioner
Robert Brown as the city's
delegate to the upcoming
79th annual Florida League
of Cities conference.
Approved plans by Plant
City Fire Rescue to expand
the current level of service
from basic life support to
advanced life support sys-
tems. Funding through a
grant from the state and an
upgrade in training and
equipment is targeted for
completion by the end of
2006, said Fire Chief George
Shiley.






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LEITERS


Landlord

owes apology
Re: "Fire Displaces Family
Of 6," June 23 issue.
I must say I was amazed by
the lack of concern Ferris
Waller has for the misplaced
family.
I can't believe he wasn't
aware of any problems in that
house. I know its location
well. His remark that anyone
who doesn't rent in Walden
Lakes does not live like
human beings was appalling
to say the least.
I live on Miley Road and
there are renters in this
neighborhood who are super
human beings.
I think he owes an apology
to the Ramirez family and to
ALL renters in Plant City
(outside of Walden Lakes) for
what he said.
If he wants human beings
for rentals he should buy all
of Walden Lakes homes to
rent out and then go chill. It's
too hot to be working up a
lather!
Just my opinion.
B. Miley
Plant City



Don't judge

based on

beliefs
le: "Watch Out For Those
Who Say There is No God,"
Opinion, June 23
It is quite something to
take on such a controversial
subject in such a short article.
I couldn't help feeling
lumped into a group of
materialists (non-believers)
who care nothing for their
fellow man. Perhaps if there is
nothing more than our life
right here right now, it
provides more incentive to
make sure it is the best life for
everyone to enjoy to give
and help out knowing that
this is for us, so let's do our
very best.
I happen to be an agnostic
and recognize that there can
never be proof to claim God
does or does not exist. One
must also realize that it is silly
to make claims simply
because they can not be
proven and then believe the
claim. A common mistake is
to do exactly this. Often I
hear, "If you say there is no
God, then how do you explain
love, or feelings, or existence
at all?" Questions like these
are not explainable, but to
assume that God exists just
because you cannot explain
something is just goofy. Man
has done this all through
history to help in his search
for answers.
I was shocked to see that
athiesm was equated with
something to "watch out for."
What other beliefs should we
watch out for then? All those
who differ from ourselves?
These are dangerous thoughts
that will lead people to
isolation. It's these thoughts
that give people the feeling of
entitlement. The thought that
"I'm right and you're wrong."
All this propels people into
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The sixth class contains information
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Harcourt
Evelyn Harcourt, 82, of Plant City died June
16.
She was born in Tupelo, Miss., and moved here
from Arkansas in 1958.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her husband, Shirly; a son,
Carl Croney of Plant City; four daughters, Louise
Abercrombie of Plant City, Barbara Sizmore and
Sharon Carver, both of Bushnell, and Linda Kirby
of Mascotte; a brother, John D. Long of Lakeland;
two sisters, Jenatte Lewis and Maxine Felker,
both of Plant City; 25 grandchildren; 20 great-
grandchildren; and 10 great-great-grandchil-
dren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Hull
John H. Hull, 66, of Plant City died June 20.
He was a lifelong resident of Plant City and
worked in the citrus industry, first as a pesticide
salesman and later as a fruit buyer. He also wrote
for Florida Citrus and Vegetable.
He is survived by a son, James D. of Tampa; a
daughter, Anne V. of Washington, D.C.; a sister,
Anne of Plant City; an uncle, Roy H.; an aunt,
Donna Jones; and two grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Keith
Helen M. Keith, 78, of Plant City died June 25.
She was born in Dormont, Pa., and moved
from Boca Raton to plant City in 2000.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by a son, Dale R. of Pittsburgh;
a daughter, Marilyn A. Hammel of Plant City; a
daughter, Karen M. DiGuilio of Tampa; and two
grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Lutz
Michael B. Lutz, 55, of Plant City died June 22.
He was born in Galesburg, Ill., and was
employed by TCB Automotive in Plant City.
He is survived by three daughters, Tammy
Doran of Lakeland, Tracy Culbreth of West Palm
Beach and Michelle Leiby of Mulberry: three sis-


ters, Luann M. Smith of Orlando, Christene Lutz
of Long Beach, Calif., and Lisa Richardson of
Peoria, Ill.; a brother, Steven of Plant City; and 10
grandchildren.
Central Florida Casket Store and Funeral
Chapel.

Prosch
Rosalie Prosch, 89, of Turkey Creek died June
22.
She was born in Gentry, Ark., and moved to the
Plant City area in 1925.
She was a seamstress, and a charter member of
Pleasant Grove Assembly of God.
She is survived by a brother, Herman of Plant
City; six nieces; one nephew; and numerous
great- and great-great- nieces and nephews.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Sawyer
Else Sawyer, 85, of Plant City died June 27.
She was born in Germany and came here from
there in 1947.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by a daughter, Marina Sawyer
Adkins of Plant City; two brothers, Herbert Roth
and Kurt Roth, both of Germany; four grandchil-
dren; and four great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Still
Alvie Lee Still Sr., 74, of Plant City died June
18.
He was born in Albertville, Ala., and was a
longtime resident of Plant City.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean War,
receiving the Korean Service Medal with two
Bronze Service Stars as well as a United Nations
Service Star.
He was founder and owner of Plant City Trac-
tor and Equipment and was a member of You-
man's Baptist Church, the Florida Highway
Patrol Auxiliary and American Legion Post 26.
He is survived by his wife, Miriam; three sons,
Alvie Jr., Allan and Anton, all of Plant City; a
daughter, Denise Platt of Plant City; four broth-
ers, David of Orlando, Kenny of Polk City, Russell
and Eddie; two sisters, Genelle Brewer of Belle
Glades and Ann Chapman of Ridge Manor; and
four grandchildren.
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spitting contest, food, prizes
and more. Children should
wear clothes that can get
messy.
Call: 737-2556.

Bible school
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 refresh-
ments. Admission is free.
Call: 752-7863.


Lord of Life
July Activities
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake
Road, plans the following
events in July:
July 24 Christmas in
July. The congregation's
Hispanic Outreach Ministry
program 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


JUNE 30,2005 THE COURIER 15

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 "Christ-
mas Carol Sing" prior to the
traditional service at 10:15
a.m.
# July 31 God and Coun-
try 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 Country" course
this spring.
Aug. 13 "Are We There
Yet," a Bible adventure 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.
The church's regular
Sunday worship schedule:
contemporary worship
service, 8:30 a.m.; 9:30 a.m.,
adult education hour; 10:30
a.m., traditional worship
service.
Call: 752-6064.

Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church,
1104 W. Cason St., offers
Sunday school for all ages
on Sundays at 9 a.m.;
Sunday worship services at
10:15 a.m. and 6 p.m.; and
Wednesday night worship
at 6:15. Activities for chil-
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NEWS BRIEFS

City to meet with WiFi firm
The city plans exploratory discussions with a
technology firm about the possibility of making
Plant City a "hot spot."
City officials plan to meet with a
representative with City/WiFi Networks, the
firm that installed wireless fidelity network for
the city of Dunedin in Pinellas County, City
Manager David Sollenberger reported to the
city commission this week. WiFi enables users
to access the Internet using wireless technol-
ogy.
Sollenberger suggested the commission
schedule a workshop later this year for a brief-
ing on the talks.

Special needs shelter on hold
Officials agree Plant City needs a hurricane
shelter for those with special medical needs,
but it won't happen for this year's hurricane
season.
Plant City Fire Rescue Chief George Shiley
recently contacted Steve Porter, the county's


emergency manager shelter coordinator, about
the need for a shelter that would accommodate
evacuees whose medical condition is such that
it exceeds the capabilities of the Red Cross
shelter but are not severe enough to require
hospitalization.
Porter agreed that there is a need but said the
county is placing a higher priority on establish-
ing shelter space for evacuees from high risk
areas in the eastern portion of the county, City
Manager David Sollenberger reported to the
city commission this week.
Porter also said that the county's current
special needs shelter at the Sun Dome on the
University of South Florida's Tampa campus
has been adequate and that those residents
needing special care are provided transporta-
tion to the Sun Dome
Porter did agree to check with the Hills-
borough County School District to see if any
planned construction or renovation to district
facilities could be outfitted with a special needs
shelter, Sollenberger said.
Plant City currently has five designated shel-
ters that can accommodate nearly 3,000
people.
A staff report


POLICE BEAT


1-4 accident kills 1
A 75-year-old Valrico woman was killed and
her husband was hospitalized following a June
27 traffic accident involving three cars on
Interstate 4 east of Branch Forbes Road, a Flor-
ida Highway Patrol spokesman said.
Killed was Thelma L. Elmore, of 4603 Daven-
try Place. She was riding in a westbound 2002
Cadillac driven by her husband, Robert E.
Elmore, 77, when two cars traveling east bound
collided about 8:30 p.m., which caused the two
cars to cross the median into the westbound


lanes, hitting the Cadillac.
A 2000 Chevrolet pickup driven by James T.
Falls, 29, of 1424 Plantation Circle, Plant City,
crossed two lanes of traffic and collided with a
2005 Honda driven by John S. Sandmann, 37,
of 5598 Burnt Branch Circle, Sarasota. Both
cars crossed the median, with Elmore's vehicle
hitting the Chevrolet in the side.
Sandmann was uninjured in the crash, while
Falls was taken to South Florida Baptist
Hospital with minor injuries. Robert Elmore
was taken to Tampa General Hospital.


CLASS NOTES

Hutto earns degree & Wales University's North Miami campus.
Gregory Hutto of Plant City recently gradu- Hunter is pursuing a bachelor's degree in
ated from Johnson & Wales University's North food service management.
Miami campus, earning a bachelor of science
degree, cum laude, from the Hospitality Col- Dunn makes honor roll
lege. Chase Dunn, a third-grader at Walden Lake
Elementary, earned a spot on the principal's
honor roll for the fourth nine-week grading
Hunter named to dean's list period.
James Hunter of Plant City was named to the He is the son of Jeffrey and Stacy Dunn of
dean's list for the 2005 spring term at Johnson Plant City.


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The following programs are
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Library, 302 McLendon St.
Call: 757-9215.
Children's programs
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-
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LETTERS
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hatred and war.
When I was a child my
grandfather, a minister in the
church, told me something I'll
never forget. "You should
marry a good Christian girl,"
he said, "she'll always be loyal
and love you as the Bible
says." Did this mean I should
marry someone so that the
fear of retribution would keep
her loyal? I couldn't help but
think of this as I read Mr.
Reese's opinion that capital-
ism must be tempered by
religion to avoid pitfalls such
as sweatshops and poor
getting poorer and rich
getting richer and so on. It
dawned on me how thankful
we should all be that our
president is Christian.
Without the fear of God to


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
10:30 a.m.
Adult programs
Book discussion: "The
Chatham School Affair," by
Thomas Cook, July 5 at 11
a.m.
+ 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.


temper him perhaps he would
have made war on more
countries instead of just Iraq.
I would hope that people
will love one another because
it's pure and good, not out of
fear. It is truly amazing to me
that the simple fact of
whether or not I believe in
God has anything to do with
how I'm judged. Trying to do
good things in this world and
respecting and loving those
who live in it with me should
outweigh believing or not. If I
bet on God I win everything,
and if I don't I win nothing?
I think I will place no bets
at that table. My bets will be
on compassion, love, respect
and tolerance. Nobody ever
flew a plane into a building
because of those things!


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ENTERTAINMENT, ACTIVITIES
By TONY MARBERO
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A $32,000 fireworks show will be the
climax to an evening full of activities
and entertainment slated for the fourth
annual Bill Heard Chevrolet July Fourth
Celebration.
The event will take place luly 4 at the
Plant City Stadium, 1810 E. Park Road.
Admission is free. The Durant High
School FFA is in charge of parking this
year and will accept a donation of $2
per car.
The parking lot opens at 4 p.m.; gates
to the stadium open at 5.
"We're stepping up the event each
year," said Stephen Rossiter, events
coordinator for the city's Recreation
and Parks Department, which is coor-
dinating the event along with the
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t's reception slated for July 7 from 5:30 to
8 p.m. Briggs' latest and last work for
Ocala's Queen of Peace Church, "The
Judgment of Solomon," will be on dis-
play.
Also, Shelby Bender and Roberta
Jordan, authors of "Images of America,
Plant City" and "Plant City in Vintage
Postcards" will be on hand to talk about
the books and sign copies. Both books
were sponsored by the East Hillsborough
Historical Society. Each book retails for
$19.99 and proceeds benefit the Histori-
cal Society.
For information, call 757-9226.

Car show
The Plant City Chamber of Commerce
hosts the Strawberry Classic Car Show in
downtown near McCall Park on the third
Saturday of every month from 4 to 9
p.m.
The next show will be July 16.

Free back-to-school
physical and immunizations
South Florida Baptist Hospital and the
Back-to-School Coalition of Hills-


merce.
Entertainment on tap this year will
feature several groups. Plant City's She-
vonne Brown, a 13-year-old vocalist.
will sing the national anthem at 6 p.m.,
followed by a flyover by pilots from
MacDill Air Force Base.
Nashville-based band Lonesome
Road, offering a blend of old and new
country, original tunes with country/
rock, will perform from 7 to 8:30 p.m.,
followed by a tribute to U.S. military
personnel.
Radio personality Veronica of WQYK
99.5 FM will be the master of ceremo-
nies.
Rossiter said the fireworks display
would once again be one of the largest
in the state, but there's a new twist this
year: while the much of the display will
be still be visible from outside the sta-
dium. the show is specifically designed
for the in-stadiumn crowd, featuring
more low- and mid-level fireworks. The
show also will be choreographed to


borough County will offer free back-to-
school physical for first-time Florida
students in grades kindergarten to 12
and free immunizations for children age
infant to 18 on July 16 from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. at Medical Arts Center, 1601 W.
Timberlane Drive.
There will be free shots and school
physical. Screenings include, vision,
blood pressure, urinalysis, hematocrit
and height/weight. No sports, Head Start
or day care physical will be offered. Par-
ents should bring current shot records
for their children.
Registration required. Call: 754-4444.

Bereaved parents support group
Bereaved Parents of the USA will host
a bereaved parents support group at
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N.
Alexander St., on the fourth Thursday of
the month at 7 p.m.
The next meeting will be July 28.
There will time for mothers and fathers
to share together and separately.
Call: Beth Tancredo, 393-6577; or
Anita Pippin, 362-6972.

Back to school bash
Transforming Life Ministries, 3805
Turkey Creek Road is hosting a back to
school event July 30 from 10 a.m. to 1


music.
"The best seat in the house is defi-
nitely in the stadium." Rossiter said. "It
will be a complete wall of color."
Activities set up in the stadium's out-
field will include a rock climbing wall,
inflatable obstacle course and rug of
war.
Concessionaires offering treats
including hot dogs, pizza and cotton
candy will be on hand. as will some 20
craft vendors offering their wares for
sale.
Spectators are advised to come early.
The stadium holds 7.000, and Rossirer
said it seems to fill up earlier each year.
In the event of rain, the show will be
held July 5.
Besides title sponsor Bill Heard,
more than 30 other sponsors have
come together to make the event possi-
ble. The Courier also is a sponsor.
For more information, call Rossiter
at 757-9166.


p.m. The free event consist of food; water
games; haircuts; health checkups; moon
walk and slide; music; drama skits; face
painting; and backpack and school sup-
plies.
Call: 754-5372.

YMCA Strong Leader fundraiser
The Plant City Family YMCA will pres-
ent its third annual Strong Leader award
to former City Commissioner Randy
Larson Aug. 25 at the Ramada Inn Plant-
ation House, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
Social time will begin at 6:30 p.m.,
with dinner at 7.
Tickets are $75 per person or $1,000
for a corporate table with eight seats.
Proceeds benefit Plant City's YMCA.
Call: 757-6677.

Celebration for Life Banquet
The Celebration for Life Banquet,
"Crown of Splendor," is scheduled for
Aug. 29 at 6:30 p.m. in Cronin Hall at St.
Clement's Catholic Church, 1104 N.
Alexander St., to benefit the intervention
program of the Pregnancy Care Center of
Plant City.
Keynote speaker will be Scott Klusen-
dorf, president of Life Training Institute.
Individual tickets are $40.
Call: 759-0886.


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Rays rock
The Plant City Devil Rays major boys team finish the season with a
second-place finish at the District IV Tournament of Champions in
Auburndale. The Rays won their American League division in the regular
season. Shown, in front, from left, are Nick Jones, Mitchell Clark, Nicholas
Bryce, Miles Tombrink and Corey Pawlak. In the middle, from left, are Levi
Brown, Mikey Moore, Michael Wilson, Bruce Nesbitt and Travis Ciccar-
rello. In back, from left, are manager Roger Brown and coach Doug Jones.
Not shown are James Player and coach Mike Moore.


Photo courtesy of Rockhounds

City T-ball champs
The Plant City Rockhounds smile after winning the T-ball city champion-
ship for 5- and 6-year-olds. In back, from left, are coaches Tate Whatley,
Steve Givens and Dave Byars. In the middle, from left, are Matthew Byars,
Bryce Kirk, Gannon Martin, Tyler McCrea and Noah Colding. In front, from
left, are Tate Norris Whatley, Nick Frier, Andrew Colding, Adam Givens
and Fernando Rosales. Not pictured is Austin Gress.


Plant City Softball Teams Look Toward Sectionals


DOMINATE EARLY ROUNDS
ByDAREKSHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The 9- and 10-year-old Plant City
softball all-star team means business.
A group that puts in tons of practice
throughout the year, Plant City got to
show its District 4 competition just
how serious it is about winning a state
championship.
In the first two games of the district
tournament, hosted by North Lake-
land, Plant City not only cruised to
victory, but did so in. dominating
fashion.
There were only three teams in the
9-10 bracket, and Plant City showed
without doubt who was the best, beat-
ing Lake Wales, 17-0, and then North
Lakeland, 19-0. The Plant City squad
was scheduled to play Lake Wales
again on Tuesday night, and barring
the improbable Lake Wales beating
Plant City not once, but twice then


Plant City will have advanced to the
sectional round.
In the 9-10 categories there are no
national titles to play for, so a state
championship is the highest a team
can aspire to. Plant City may have what
it takes, both on the mound and at the
plate.
Pitchers Kristen Wyckoff and Rachel
Dwyer both pulled off perfect perform-
ances over the weekend, each tossing
no-hitters and getting every out via
strikeout for a total of 12. Each game
was shortened to three and a half
innings due to the mercy rule, and on
both occasions Plant City had reached
its final run total in two innings before
taking it easy.
"These girls put a lot of time and
effort into it," said Plant City coach
Clay Wyckoff. "They play travel ball all
year long and they really work hard at
it. They are real players, all true ath-
letes."
Lindsay Farkas had a home run for


Plant City, but basically every member
of the team did their part hitting, and
this was all with not having as much
time to prepare as originally planned.
The Little League office in Williams-
port, Pa., decided to move the Florida
district tournaments up two weeks in
the hopes that the rainy season would
not be in full swing, so Plant City had
two weeks to prepare as a team.
After Plant City's first win Saturday,
it faced host North Lakeland on
Sunday. Then Monday night when the
two teams with losses faced each other,
it took four and a half hours for Lake
Wales to emerge the winner from a
crazy contest. Down 20-0 to North
Lakeland, Lake Wales came back to
win 28-27.
In other words, the Lake Wales girls
might just not have had the energy
required to beat Plant City twice.
As for the Major girls (11-12), it was a
rougher weekend. After an easy win
over Hardee, Plant City lost to Lake


Wales on Sunday, giving up all of its
runs on three errors in one inning.
"We had the bases loaded three
times and couldn't get any runs
across," said Plant City coach Andy
Knotts. "Just some errors we're not
used to making, but if we can knock
those errors out we can beat Lake
Wales."
Plant City was able to edge North
Lakeland in a 3-2 thriller on Monday
night, with Kellsey Bruner having two
big hits, including the game winner, in
the final inning. That victory put Plant
City into a rematch with Lake Wales,
needing to win both Tuesday and
again in order to take the district title.
The Plant City 11-year-old softball
team was the only entry in that age
bracket and as such, automatically
advanced to the sectional tournament,
the winners of which go to the state
tourney.
All of the Section 4 action will start
July 15 in Dade City for softball.


Baseball Teams May Play For District 4 Crowns SPORTS SHORT


LITTLE LEAGUE

SECTIONALS
NEXT WEEK
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneraLcom
If things go like they did
over the weekend, a team
from Plant City Little League
stands a pretty good chance of
advancing as the District 4
champions in the 9-10 base-
ball division.
The Plant City American
squad won its first two games
to reach the winners bracket
finals, and Plant City National
also began 2-0 and was one


more victory away from taking
the North division. If PC
National was able to beat'
Poinciana on Tuesday night,
then the Plant City squads
were scheduled to face off the
next day.
The 9-10 division was split
into two sites, Lakeland City
and Poinciana. Out of 11
teams, four will have made it
to the last stage of the tourna-
ment, which will play out in
Poinciana.
PC American was to play the
other winners bracket winner
(possibly PC National) on
Wednesday. night, with the
victor of that contest getting to
rest until Saturday, and just
needing ofe more victory to


claim the district crown.
In the 11-year-old bracket,
with only two teams entered,
it took just two games for Plant
City to claim that age group's
championship.
The Plant City 11-year-olds
and all of the other District 4
champions advance to the
Section 4 tournament, where
they will go up against two
other district winners from the
Tampa Bay area for the right
to advance to the state tour-
ney.
Play begins next Tuesday in
the Little League (11/12)
brackets. Plant City American
is at Polk City, opening up
against Hardee with the
winner to take on the hosts in


the next game. In the South
portion of the event, Plant City
National will open up against
Poinciana at Bartow.
Both the Junior (13) and
Senior (14-15) all-star tour-
neys start next week at Lake-
land City.
There are nine teams in the
Junior field, and Plant City
starts against North Lakeland
American next Tuesday eve-
ning. Only three clubs will
play on the Senior field and
Plant City drew the first-round
bye, meaning it may only need
two victories to win the dis-
trict. Plant City will take on the
Haines City-Lake Wales
winner next Wednesday
night


Tomlin football reunion
Coach Bryant is planning a
reunion for the 1992, '93 and
'94 Eastern Division champion
football teams from Tomlin
Junior High School.
All team members, coaches,
managers, cheerleaders and
fans are welcome.
Reunion is scheduled for
Aug. 6 at 6 p.m. in the Tomlin
cafeteria.
RSVP: Coach Bryant, 684-
8302.
To submit sports information
to The Courier, e-mail
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SECTION 6. In accordance
A RESOLUTION OF THE with the Americans with Inaccordancewiththepro-
CITY COMMISSION OF THE Disabilities Act any person visions of Florida law, there
CITYOFPLANTCITY FLOR- with a disability requiring being due and unpaid
ID APROVIDINGNOfICEOF reasonable accommoda- charges for which the un-
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OFAN ORDINANCE BYTHE in this meeting should call isfy an owner's lien of the
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BYSECTION 166.041, FLOR- SECTION 7. At the public tice having been given, to
IDASTATUTES AND OTHER hearing referred in Section the owner of said property
APPLICABLELAW. 1 herein, all speaker shall and all parties known to
be limited to three (3) min- claim an interest therein,
WHEREAS, this City Com- utes, unlessthespeakerre- and the time specified in
mission has on this date quests the City Clerk for such notice for payment of
read for the first reading additional time no less such having expired, the
the proposed ordinance than forty-eight (48) hours goods will be sold at public
hereinafer referred to: priortosaidpublichearing, auction atthe above stated
and In the event speakers) re- address to the highest bid-
quest additional time the der or otherwise disposed
WHEREAS, DMA Engineer- determination of the of on Wednesday, July 13,
ing, Inc.and LarryS.Bailey amount of time to be al- 20059:30am.
has initiated a change in lowed shall be at the dis-
the zoning map designa- cretionof the Mayor,butno 1-53 ANNE L.SAYRE:
tionof aparcelof land;now speaker shall generally be Household goods,
therefore allow more than fifteen furniture, boxes
(15) minutes. C-49 SCOTT CLEARO:
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CITY COMMISSION OF THE C-25 JENNIFER GUEVARA-
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SECTION 2. The proposed MARATHON COUNTY etc.
enactment of said ordi-
nance, following second ORDERFORAPPEARANCE J.W.ONEILL,INC.
reading, shall be consid- CaseNo.05FA682 Owner
ered by the City Commis- PC 06/23/05,06/30/05
sion upon the conclusion of In re the marriage of: NOTICE OF SALE
the public hearing provid- CARRIEG.RAMSEY
ed in Section 4 hereof. Petitioner Notice is hereby given that
SECTION 3. The proposed anEd Hon Tuesdayi July f 2005 at
or iKnaTe B. PH 10:00am.u MIN-STORAGE
ordinance ma be inspect- Respondent OF PLA CITY, 402 W. Ball
ed by the pubic at the of- S. PLANT CITY FL. will
ficeoftheCity Clerkatthe Both parties to this action conduct a saLe to the
NettieBerryD rauqhonMu- shall apearfortheTrialof highest bidder or
nicipal Buiding (City Hall), this maerasfollows: ise isposeof t
PlWesant Reynolds a.ee ate contents of rental units
)Plant Cit, Florida Date: JuhP2720.05 leased to and believed to
T ime: 2:al P. e contain the following:
SECTION 4. The City Com- Before: Honorable Dorothy contain the following:
mission will hold a public Bain ii0 U CnA
hearing on said ordinance Location: Marathon County Hou#210 JESSICA COLEMAN
at its meeting in the Sadye Courthouse, Branch I, 500 #227 MARVIN DOTSON
Gibbs Martin Auditiorium Forest Street, Wausau, Wi Household&Misc
of the Nettie Berry Draugh- Household
on Municipal Building 02 Fifteen days before the This sale is bein held to
West Reynolds Street.(City date of Tral eacfre sth isf at benglhrds to
a o shall fie with the Court a GARYNELSON
July ,2005,at:30p.m.,or full and complete Financial Owner/Manaer
as soon thereafter as the Disclosure Statement PC6893206/3 /05,07/07/05
matter may be heard, at showing all the debts and
which time interested par- assets, income and liabili- NOTICE OF PUBULIC SALE
ties and citizens may p- ties of the parties. Notice is hereby given that
pear and be heard Winre- on JULY 09, 2005 at 10:00
aspect to the proposed ordi- IFYOU FAILTOAPPEAR AS a.m. at Rentlok Self Stor-
nance. ORDREDTECOIUJRTMLAY age, 1205 S. Alexander St,
SECTION S.All persons a ARREST PSO E FOR YOUR Pant City, FL will conduct a
Sa dtht Apersons de T. sale for cash to the highest
advised that if a person de- bidder, or otherwise dis-
cies to apeal any It is further ordered that a pose of the contents of
sionmade bythe City Corn- copy of this Order be rental units leased to and
mission with respectdtoany served upon the Respon- believed to contain the fol-
matter considered at such dent not less than 72 hours lowing:
meeting, he will need a re- before said hearing. UNIT 8103 CHERMI
cord of the proceedings, MCBURNEY Household/
and for such purpose he Dated the 31 day of May, BFurniture Hsehd/
may need to ensure that a 2005. UNIT 8319 APRIL BROCK -
verbatim record of thepro- Household/Fumiture
ceedings is made, which BYTHECOURT 'These sales are being held
record includes the testi- Honorabte Dorothy Bain tosatsfyaLandord'sULien.
money and evidence upon CircuitCourtJudge L 07 6/26,7/6/05 ;
which the appeal is to beLK0 WR
based. NoS07676/30;7/7;7/14. 2005 CLASSIFIED WORKS


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TICKETS, 4 West Club GARDEN Investors/Home Owners I as access Po Brandon,
seats, sect 211. Face OFMEMORIES WORRRIED about making 3bd 2ba newer hom $16,000.83-689-1838
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A dg n s L n E7 t l siNo Income Loans 2on-478-3800
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vestments of North 941-726-3618 Twelve Oaks 4br,3ba,2cg
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beautiful. Perked, on dep Call Eva: 3500sf, nice loc (cu-de-
state road. Ask/email CARROLLWOOD AREA 813-654-2162 sac), beautiful landscp.
for pictures. Or call: Great, 1-person Avail now. $2700/mo.
919-693-8984 owner@ professional ofc mcl T1 Brandon East, Executive 813-994-8499.334-5788
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very professional car gar, huge fenced VALRICO 4br 3ba 2cg T
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chure Investors Realty 727-480-930 1 806/mo + Dep.
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investorsrlt@cablet- Park Office Space for- BRANDON-New 2400sf,
vonline.net Riverfront lease 150 to 3000 sq ft, 4br+study 3ba,3cg on Wesley Chapel, lease op-
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tain Views & Creekfront Room & Break Room. upgraded kitchen, near 1950sqft, brandnewall
10% Down owner will fi- Starting at $160. mo. mal1, $1,790/mo mincl. appliances, overlooking
nance $10,000 Per Acre Contact Mathew Homer lawn care. 941-704-8681 large lakewpremium lot.
Vacation Rentals 813-865-1192. THE- 4 727-460-957.
www.investorsreal- GEORGEW.LACKEY, CO CARRLLWOOD 4,2,2,WEST TAMPA/TAMPA
1654sf, oated, comm WEST TAMPA/TAMPA
tyinc.com Plant City Office Space pool. W aIs, wtr, Shores 3bd, 2ba, 2 cgar,
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R.E. guide for Western N $750/mo, inci: water good credit, PET neg, w/private boat dock,
Carolina@any7-Eleven /garbage./sewer. avail now!813-731-1355 $1,395/mo. Call Sherry
store in Pasco, Pinellas (813)764-8030 CARROLLWOOD Hidden 813-391-2880
&Hilsborouhorvisit Tampa 301North near 1-4 Oaks, 3br, 2ba 2cg, WESTCHASE (South)
mtlakesreguide.com & 1-75 1815sf office can Executive home, l800st, area, Boater's Dream.
GEORGIA, NW 80 Ac be split. $1,800/mo Gated community, Brand new villa, 2342 sq
woods 5 mi W.offUS82. IncldsUtil, Quiet Secure, ft 3/3/2, boatslp w/lift
Price Nego 813-754-8191 Union Environment, $1,595/mo 813 390-7109 + bay access, all appl's
acr 813-988-3997* CITRUS PARK- across incl. $2100. Call now!
KENTUCKY 5-500 acre CITRUS PARK across 813-610-946.
farms. Beautiful. rri iur [ Retail from mall/bet. Vet ex-
trees pasture pnd 180C Space pressway,2br,den,ba. HOMES FOR SALE
lakesrivers abundant Space Laundry rm, new paint OR LEASE
wildlife, trophy deer & $850/mo. Ist/last/dep. New Tampa& Brandon
turkey. Some w/water Sun Point Shopping Cntr No pets. 727-856-4647. $1200-2000/month.Reall
electric,, septic tank. 8ea3 HUDSON 3 br 2 badbl ReaEstatevs
Surveyed, great private 813-728h4396agan3)3314v2,28
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et.away, 5 acres. pond on 2 1/2 acres. MUST SEE! New Suburb
500/down$215/mo. 10 WATERS Ave W. 1412 PetsOK.Can incl.stall & Beautiful. Prospect Rd.
acres w/lake $1000 new bidng, 1000-5000st pasture turn out. FOR RENT Beautiful 2/2
down. $535/mo. avail. Retail/Office $1800/mo. 727-857-2258 with 2/2 guest house
270-791-2538 actionout- space w/elevator. Great a 4 with laundry
fitter.com rate. Rent now get 1 LakeMagdalenearea,4br Call(813) 2-8246
LAKE VIEW BARGAIN mo. FREE. Now leasing. 2oa 2cg, 2 living areas,
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Hi h elevation, beaut! or 727-215-6301 granite tops, end patio. IS INFORMATIVE
r fu~y wtood beparl y1599/mo. Call
fuly wooded parcel Doyou have goodness to 813-494-5372-786-5555 1. Lease-Option
Across from national share with thousands L A 1 fo 11 To Bu[
forest on 35000 acre and thousands of peo- LAKELAND 10 Mi from uy
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Paved roads, u/g utils, classified! modeled CHA W/D Aollo Beach, approx.
central water, sewer, Hkup, Scrn Porch, 1243 800sf home, $950/mo
more. Excellent financ- 200-249 Sycamore, $750/mo Call Dave for terms:
ing Call now $750De .NoPets, 813-727-5798
1-800-704-3154 ext. 609 Rentals 813-659-8682 212 ICondominiumI
Sunset Bay, LLC NEAR USF, 3 bdrm, 1 bath,
NORTH CAROLINA MTNS t R I fnc'dbackyrd, nice area, DOWNTOWN Area, Court-
4 acres on mountain top 120 I Rooms/Rent deadend street, $975 ney Palms, New 1095sf
view trees, waterfall mo/+$975 deposit. Condo, 2br 2ba, Lake-
and large public lake PLANT CITY room for CallAngela front, Gated Comm,
nearby $49,500 owner rent, in large house on 813-727-1832 Pool Spa & Indoor Gym
866-789-853 huge lot, $50 dep, $120 9412285373
866-79weekly incl Utilites, ev- NEW TAMPA 3/2/2 $1,00/mo941-228-5373
NORTH GEORGIA Mtns- eryting furnished. $395/mo. Roommate GANDY BLVD 10263 Gan-
FSBO approx. 2.75 acs PleaseCal813-737-4304 tosharehouse $650/mo dy Blvd. Luxury 1 & 2
w/ eararound creek. lus dep. and refs. No bdrms avail. Lakefront,
6000+ .iquai cuit i rm Accom. To ets.Incl. utilities gated, 2 pools tennis &
Irg m/:ie ,:n main Hr. 202 Share Call 813-994-6813 gym. $850-$1250 Cable
gourmet granie. ODESSA Ivy Lake Estates, &internet813-716-6717
ys more06-45-1600 PLANTCITYLg Pool home Gated Community, 3br HARBOR ISLAND Brand
45- in Historical Area, Lg 2ba 2cg, 2100sf, New New 3br 2ba, all up-
ROGERSVILLE, TN, 3br Room & Private Bath, Home, W/D, Tile & Car- grades, waterfront,
homeon 10 ac, w/FP Avail Mid July. 450/mo pet Move-in Ready pool/gym $2,200/mo
$95K Also 5ac+ parcels 1st & Dep. 813-486-0765 $1,500/mo 352-398-9527 also 22 $1,500/mo
avail. ,4 5ii ; 5205'p1 OLD SEMINOLE HTS David727-433-2222
423-754 ,:r emal Apa205 rtments Beautiful3br2ba, Reno- Parkcrest Open House,
expedit.,rr.tr,,.ri e Unfurnished vated Deckw/Fnc. 5809 Sun.1-4.700 Harbour
**TENNESSEE MOUN- N.15th St. $1200 1st/last Island Blvd. Unit #647.
TAINS** BY OWNER: Ba shore I, Brand New 2 7 $500 Dep. 2/2/2,1Ksf,crtyardview
5/Acres Atop the Cum- 2r, 2ba, 2cg, 1500sf, 727-580-7140 ranitetops, hwfirs, appl
berland PlateauBeat- stpool/it aess ctr. City Plant City 2br ba home, $1,450/mo. 813-545-1597
fulall woodedsites offer c kup
Vistas, Tralquility&na- view! Next to Publix. AC, W&D.hkup water.& PARKLAND CONDO #404-
ture with river access. $2350/mo 813-952-7800 sewerincluded.Nopets. 2br 2ba Newly remod-
Near Crossville, TN. On- HARBOUR ISLAND Condo 13-967-36065 wk plus de securitondo. $1Ava300ble
ly $19,900. Owner Fi- 2 br, 2 ba, 1 cg vaulted 0 37secable
nancing!772-263-376 ceiins availnow, pet's RIVERVIEW 2 story, 3br, 8/1/05. CallMarta (727)
VIEWS VIEWS VIEWS OK, $1300Mo + $1300 2ba House $1200mo Se- 744-9048
Helena Montana 47 security deposit curity, Dep.&lstmonth, S Tampa. Hyde Park TH
Acres $79M990. Ride out 954-803-4068 Utilifles gated comm. 2/2.5, wd firs, fr drs, pa-
o fac tomil- OLSMAR-STUNNING!Adult MoIle Home Pk p anita, SS
our bacdoor to mil- OLDSMAR STUNNING! 813-677-4778 tippos, Wal cover
fonsrofacresoof national 2/2/2cg apt, 2 yrs newR Bpakn, enuovered
forest!Awesomelake& huge balcony, wd firsRIVERVIEW3BR,4BR,5BR parking, end unit, walk
mountain views, close W/D w/i closet, hi ceil' homes for rent. $1095 to to shops and Bayshore.
to Canyon Ferry Lake, $995/mo. 813-841-0446 $1595. Call Lyndon $1100/mo 813-230-3376
minutes to Helena. Soils rampartsquare.com creager Re/Max Realty St.Pete Madison Dwntwn
tested, utilities readyto Unlimited 2/2 split balcony w/
build on. Cafl owner PlantCity-2 & 3BR MH's & 813-601-9328 view, W/, fitnesscntr,
(406)581-2125. p t, RV lots. 69am RIVERVIEW Panther pool/spa, secured prkg,
5 8150-170 SOm P-A-r-6 Trace 3br/2ba/2cg, all elevator, walking pantry,
150-170 SOUTH TAMPA lbr, lba appl's W/D hkup,,more. $1550/mo727-631-7973
Manufactured condo with panoramic Near 1-75 & crosstown.
Manufactured waterview, fully up- Militarydiscount$1,200 TOWN N COUNTRY, 2Br
Homes raded, available now, 813236-2956 2ba, Gated, 1100sf,
1.200/month. Call: ivRVIW mmrfi North Bay Condo, Ac-
S813-784-2542 RIVERVW-Summerfeld cesstoBay, 4communi-
Mobile Home Beautiful 3br 2ba, 1330 ty pools, $850/Mo con-
MoUales Ho Spot Advertising Works sf Pool veryIg fncd yd, tact 727-402-2927
15 SaleHomes all apple, $1200mo. -
SOUTH TAMPA South Bay deposit 13324 Laraway Town N Country 2br 2ba
14 & 16 Wides New 05's As, 3/1. W/D Hku, Dr. 813-672-9492 with W/D & lanai. Gated
Lowas$24,900 DW, 1 mi N. of MacDu, waterfront community
Del-Set up-AC-Skirt AFB, 5 schls on bus line. RIVERVIEW Waterfront with ool & fitness cru
MoreSq. Feetforthe$$ New Owner. New Mgmt home on Alafia. Dock, Available July 1st.
Banks (863) 688-4635 $800.**813-835-650 Screened room. Mins to $1350/m8136-65
Lakeland Nearl-4&98Tthe bay. Call Lyndon $1350/mo813- 64
Lakeland Near-4&98 To n n 3br 2ba Creager Re/Max ealty Westshore 2/1/2, hw firs,
Mobile community poolallutil Unlimited 813-601-9328 granite tops all apple ,
155 Homesn electric $1000 mo. SEMINOLE HEIGHTS, 2 br, acony, 84s,swim.
Parks Call 813-598-8399 1.5 ba, 1300- sf new pool, fitness ctr, in Villa
Pas813-371-8288 kitch & apple's W/ incl, Sonoma, near Int'l Mall.
12X60 1973 SINGLE WIDE g deck, wood firs rp $1195/mo.813-545-1597
Located in Lake Bambi TOWNSGATE sml pets ok. $1156/mo WESTSHORE-Spacious
adultmobilehome park. util.813-785-3764 cor. 2BR, 2BA ApTer-
Two screen rooms and APARTMENTS. Seminole Heights race, atriumOWeshow
large carport.Large 1&2BRS Lovely 2br,lba, com- Pall, ant
shaded lot nly 1/4 754-22 OPlant City pletely remodeled al,new pa3int e51
mile from the Caliente warge fenced yard, fruit $800. Call 813-785-1127
Nudist Resort $12,500 USF Area/New Tampa trees, CHA3- ~7/mo, YBOR CITY Brand New in
(813)929-8013The Oaks Condo 2br2-6682 thecenter of Historic
1050sf 1stFlr NewAppli
Fountainview- Sheldon &Tile W/bIncld. SEMINOLE Hs 2br lba Ybor.2br2baw/Loft,
Rd, 1994 custom home. Comm'ty Pool QuietArea Bungalow, Wood & Tile also '5100/mo
me ientera slekit new $735/mo 61-8678 Firs CH / Hkups, Davi T 3-2222
shingle roof, AC etc. VILLA SONOMA at Int'l No Pts. $825o ownhou
Perfect? Complete fur Plaza 2bd, 2ba, grt loc. Dep. 8-453-8965 I I
nishedwit upgrades, Ig Avail now. Pool, gated P r b oachuri
corner lot 55- 5 s ar m.NearStadium, SOUTH TAMPA 2br ba pio Furnished &
gated comm. Ready RdePark&Aiort.Ask Ic, Hdwd Firs, CHA, unfurnished, w/boat
now! $79k. 813-855-8056 for Bill1727-409-6740 L Yard Quiet Neigh, dock available. Call
$1,350/mo $450 Dep. Lyndon Creager Re/Max
LULD 2br/2ba MH in 55- 1 Duplex/ ay 9-4:30 877-5129; ealty Unlimited
k, furnished incl W/D, Triplex Eve/Wkends286-0153 813-601-9328
FI & screen rooms. $12.K TriLle
furn or $11K unfurn SOUTH TAMPA, 345 Bay- BAmo, near Xpway
PETSOK. 863-682-1663 CAOLWOOOArea2br shore,2br, 1 ba, wafer 2/2.5, gated, 1500sf,
2 bag great rm, cath view w/balcony, W/D, scrd prch, great for
RIVERVIEW-Will finance ceil FF, W/D, fncd yd, comm pool/gm, e housemates 1,100/mo
1BR, in Hidden River RV comm. pool/rec, ate strg pArk incl. water & cable.
Resort. Adult Park. $850mo dp 1st Isi $1600/mo813-495-125 813-651-1518
; $1,500 Down. $495/Mo. 813-885-1813; 431-9381 HYDE PARK AREA SteMs
V a Mr.8 nPitet30 oAa Cith 3br, 2ba, CHA, Thnta a from village! 2br2.ba
ceramic tile/ carpet, 3br,2ba, with pool, or townhouse, util incl,
Pictureyourhomeinclas- $750/mo.- dep. 3br,2ba in country. 1st, W/D. Freshly painted,
sifiedw/anadonteBu- SeHablaEsano ast security, no pets. $122 0/mo -
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212A I Townhouse j Vacation
SOUTH TAMPA, Mustsee! P
2br 1.5ba. 1100sf, wash- "DISNEY CLOSEOUT
er/dryer, dishwasher, SALE...Book Now!!" 3
pool &tennis, days, 2 nights 2 tickets
Nowavailable$900/mo.as low as $119.00. Kids
813-786-5808 Stay Free! Shuttle and
ST PETE Rent to Own, Breakfast 1-800-749-4045
Coquina Key, New con- ext # 7 5 7
struck, 3r/ZSba 1450sf, www.Trip2USA.com
granite, upgrades g- Maine, Oceanfront, Gr.
fore! $1,195 cl wtr, Diamond Island, July
cblesec.72Z7-481-3517 cancellation, 3br, 2ba,
WESLEY CHAPEL Brand peaceful retreat w/pan-
New, 3br 2/Vzba lcg, oramic water views. Is-
Pool, 1580sf, $1,100/mo land living wall modern
$500 Sec Dep. Cable amenities, $2600/wk.
Water Sewer & Trash $9600/mo408-776-1663
Incid. 813-766-6817
WESTSHORE
AREA
2bdrm, 2ba, cgar, W&D, SUMMER
unique fir plan, 1150sf,
$940/mo. 813-671-1619 GET-AWAY
I Mobile SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES
215 Homes Naples Gulf Coast
NEAR 1-4 & 301-1, 2 & 3 Privatelyowned
BR'S. $120-$140 weekly. Condos Homes
Some with utilities. Premier P rties of
(813) 626-0820 Premier Properties of
(813)626-0820 Southwest Florida Inc.
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's& REALTORS
BR apt, RV lots. 9am- VACATION RENTALS
5pm M-F 813-754-6932 800-741-6886
Plant City, for lease, www.rentnaples.com
3br/2ba, new big single-
wide mobile home on
1/2 acre. $400 deposit.
$750/mo. 813-731-3196
Riverview 3br,2ba 2001 Advertise in Classified
MH, 1200sffenced yard, ITS HERE TODAY....
apples, W/D hkup, CHA, GONETOMORROW!
backgrnd check, REAL
NICE. $850/mo. 1st, last 250-299
+dep. 813-677-5252 Employment
RUSKIN Sun City area Services
Mobile homes and lots Services
RV's and lots. Call
Lyndon Creager Re/Max
Realty eanlimited I Positions
813-601-9328 290 Wanted
Springhead area: lovely WL H Junk,
2/1. very clean, CHA no WILL HAUL TrashJunk
ets, reterences$13Awk Clean Sheds, Yard, Tires
375dep.863-670-1924 JunkCars Anhing l'LL
DO IT! 737-3351763-3745
1BrApts&1&2Bedrm
Mobile Homes I will mow yard, clean
PlantCity813-752-5234 sheds, haul always
items. 813-763-5011
I Mobile I am a Honest Christian
2 Homesites Lady looking for homes
to clean. 813-986-1987
3 MONTHS FREE LOT
RENT-Nice shady lot for Spot Advertising Works
rent in a small country 3 -3
Adult Park 813-754-3792 300-390
22 1Travel Trailer Employment
220 Lots For Rent Management
Plant City-2&3BRMH's& 302 SuManagement-rvisory
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am- Supervisory
5pm M-F 813-754-6932 Superisor
I Beach needed immed. For Na-
230 Rntals pies glass co. Exp pref'd.
IOP pay. lax to
REDINGTONSHORES 23'-59-1%72 or call-
Gulf Front home 3bd, 2ba 239-597-3962
$1,50/wk, $3 0/m 3061 Accounting
Call 813-251-1394 A.A. with bookkeep-
TREASURE ISLAND, ence, will perorm pay-
beachfront townhouse roll, A/R, A/P, computer
avail now! 2/2.5 furn, literacy required, Excel,
pool view W/D, Peachtree,tree farm ex-
weekly/monthly call for perience preferred.
info 716-688-8782 FloridaTree Source
3010 N Frontage Road
aterfront Plant City, 33565 Cr,
"3" Rentals Mr.Gott,813-707-1426
Clearwater Luxurious 3Br 320I Medicalr
2Ba penthouse over- I I Health Care
looking the bay w/ bal-
cony arage, fireplace
& grea amenities! Up- CNAS
scale lifestyle. $1995 Loveable, Dependable,
mo. 813-765-2070 caregivers, Autumn
Assist giving 1307 E.
CULBREATH KEY Pan- Baker 813-752-1648
oramic view of Tampa ae 13
Bay. Furnished 1 or 3 br. MEDICAL Assistant need-
$1,500 & $3,250 / mo ed, for Lakeland Sur-
Boat Slip available. geons office. Fax re-
(813)299-2098 sume to 813-754-7099
CLASSIFIED CAN! family practice nrnal
Ready to graduate into a medicine. New office
new car? Classified can opening in Brandon. Es-
give you the key! Our in- tablished location in
ventory of choices are Plant City. Call Kevin
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Apollo Beach- 6188 U.S. 41
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Brandon i179 BlcATir,,dle Ae.
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Child/Adult
Care
PLANT City Area Pre
School Teachers needed
experience preferred
but not requires. Will
Train 813-857-8457
Restaurant/
340 Hospitality/
Clubs
KITCHEN HELP F/T. Apply
in person Chancy Cat-
fish Shack, N. Park Rd
813-754-0477
or813-752-7224
I Admin/
350 General
Office
ADMINISTRIVE/OFFICE
Temp to hire
813-754-5997
BILLING Clerk & Recep-
tionist with computer
experience. Bilingual a
plus. Fax resume to
813-754-4967
BOOKKEEPER/Secretary
P/T, 25/30 hours a week
for St Peter's Episcopal
Church, Plant City.
Strong computer skills
needed as well as inter-
active with parish mem-
bers & general public.
Call Fr Tom at church
813-752-5061
CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE
Full-time admin. position
supporting a sales team
of eight in the Plant City
area. Candidates must
possess strong
organizational skills ano
the ability to manage
multiple assignments
while paying attention
to detail. Good
customer service skills
and prior clerical/office
experience a plus.
Knowledge of Word
Excel, & PowerPoint
very helpful. Strong PC,
te lep hone &
communication skills
required. Duties include
handling incoming calls
for the sales tearnm,
performing clerical
duties such as
preparing sales
proposals, writing
letters, faxing filing &
office organization. Be a
liaison with our
advertising operations
graphics and credit
departments. High
School graduate with
some college preferred.
Prior clerical/office
experience helpful.
Please send resume &
cover letter to The
Tampa Tribune, Attn:
Marisol Marin, 202 S
Parker Street, Tampa,
FL 33606 or e-mail to
advertisingjobs@
tampatrib.com. Please
reference "CSR" in the
subject line.
THETAMPATRIBUNEisan
equal Opportunity
Employer.
THE TAMPA TRIBUNE

35 I Customer
I3 Service
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Full Time. Good
benefits. Fax resume
Susan 813 689-7341
357 Salon/Spa
357 1Personnel

HAIR Stylist needed
3 rental booths.
Call 813-754-8727
HAIRSTYLISTS
FL lic. Exp'd. (2)
convalescent ctrs. on
Monday in Z'hills &
Plant City Must do all
hair types. 800-681-9840
When you search Classi-
fied it's:
FINDERS...KEEPERS!


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
ThitO 2 li 95 5 P Fowler Pd
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1360 ] Trades I
A/C Commercial Service
Techs & Installers -
Highest pay & benefits.
Kent 813-655-5368
Aluminum Installers
Experienced orTrainee.
F/T, clean DR, mandatory
drug test dependable.
Cal Irene 813-717-9177
AUTO MECHANIC Imme-
diate opening. Strong
diagnostic skills a must
Electrical experience
preferred. Laid-back,
small shop. Pay negotia-
ble. Top skills receives
top pay. 813-238-3325
ELECTRICIANS &
HELPERS Seeking exp in-
dividuals that nave all
the necessary skills to
complete electrical
rough-in or trim for new
res. const. or both. Must
have own tools. Top Pay
& Vac/Health. Seffner
Call 813-622-7772 DFWP

IoO DT ECH
Factory Assembly
positions (will train) plus
exp'd vinyl floor layers,
electricians, roofers &
plumbers needed for mo-
dular const. co. Competi-
tive wages/paid benefits.
Apply Mddtech, Inc.,
160 Industrial Park Dr.,
Plant City
Finish Equipment Opera-
tors- Immediate open-
ings. Qualified appli-
cants call 352-726-3940
Finish Trim Carpenters
and Painters. Top pay
for experienced. Must
be lic. Call CDCS
813-661-4495
fax 813-661-4497
MAINTENANCE TECH,
Exp'd. N.E. Tampa Apts.
Good pay with bfts. Fax
resume 813-987-9373
Mason-$19,Comm'l
exp. req. DFWP.
Day 813-980-1123
Eve. 813-645-3306
Painters/Electricians
Steel towers for exten-
sive road work paid
travel per diem & bene-
fits. 941-378-0080
PLUMBERS & exp Helpers
New residential constr
All Phases Needed
Alpine 813-926-1700
SITE Superintendents &
PIPE Superintendents
Immediate openings.
Qualified applicants call
352-726-3940
Tire Changers 2 Openings
Truck & Off Road, CDL Lic
req'd company truck,
benefits & 401K, Tampa
866-888-6871
TRIM Carpenter, F/T or
Sub Brandon/Riverview
Tools & Trans req'd.
TARGET Construction
DFWP 813-892-1557
13611 Construction I
Looking for person with
experience in all areas
of construction Plant
City Area. Pay betw $12-
15/hr. 813-760-1719.
13621 Landscaping I
LANDSCAPE MAINT.
Crew Leader in Plant
City area. Must be
self-starting exp. &
dependable. Must have
clean D.L. Top pay &
some benes 813-659-0370
|370 | Sales I
INSIDE SALES
HEAVY EQUIPMENT EXP
HIGH INCOME!
813-478-3800
SPOT
ADVERTISING
WORKS!


1370 1 Sales |
SALES REP outside
sales, marketing temp &
perm employeesto
businesses in W. Tampa.
Sense of humor, desire
to help &solution selling
a must. Some College &
bilingual spanish a plus
not req'd. Stable base of
$30K plus comm= $45K-
50K 1st yr.$$$ growth in
2nd&3rdyrs. Bnfts. Call
Tamara 813/879-2165

375 I Driver
S Delivery
CDL-A DRIVERS NEEDED
(3) positions, exc wages
& bnfts. New equipmt.
No overnight Immedi-
ate employment. Call
Harold at 813-355-6777
or 1-800-936-6770x105
DRIVER
COVENANT TRANSPORT
Excellent Pay & Benefits
for Experienced Drivers,
0/0, Solos, Teams &
Graduate Students. Bo-
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ployer. (888)MORE PAY
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Operators/Students wel-
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DRIVERS Company Driv-
ers Solos/Teams Class
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age 3-105, Make up to 40
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Great Hoeime Time! Also
Owner Operations
Needed! 1-877-882-6537
ELCTr Oakley Transport,
Inc.
Drivers-FL wegetouHm
Wkly. Grt benes &equip.
New pay scale.2 yrs OTR
& Hazmat. 877-893-9645
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YOU! Performance Bonus
paid quarterly. OTR
drivers, solos or teams.
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I375 Driver/ I
" Delivery
Now hiring qualified driv-
ers for OTR positions.
Food grade tanker, No
hazmat. No pumps.
Great Benefits, Compet-
itive Pay and new equ ip
ment. Need 2 years OTR
experience. Call Bynum
Transport for your op-
Sportunity today
800)741-7950
Owner Operators:
TAKETHE FIRST STEP
TOWARD A BETTER
FUTURE!!
**Lease Purchase Plan
Available**
*Great pay
Guaranteed home time
SNo Lease-On Costs
SSpouse Rider Program
* Paid Orientation
2yrs OTR exp req.
Miller Transporters, Inc.
Call Brian Hall
at our Plant City, FLIoc
1-866-581-8976
www.millert.com
S/E & 3-State Run: T/T
Drivers. HOME WEEK-
ENDS. Mileage Pay, Ben-
efits, 401K. Trainees
Welcome/Miami area -
exp req. 23 min
age/Class-A CDL.
Cypress Truck Lines
(800)545-1351


YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL
WITH DAVIS EXPRESS!
STARKE. FL
*TOP PAY-UP TO.40
CPM W/5YRS
* BE HOME-RUN SOUTH-
EAST
* BENEFITS-HEALTH &
DISABILITY INS. AVAIL
* LIFE & DENTAL INS.
PROVIDED
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*SAFETY BONUS
Call 1-800-874-4270 #6
www.davis-express.com
1380 I General
ATCO RUBBER PROD-
UCTS. INC. is hiring for
all 3 shifts. Apply direct
at 2407 Willamette Dr.
Plant City, FI
813-754-6678
Construction/pucnhout
worker needed, own
transportation & valid Fl
driver licenses.
813-716-7277 or
813-719-6446
COURIER
Route stat drivers needed
for pharmacy.
813-621-9385
Decorators & Installers
needed blinds/drapes
www.windowwonders.
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Sundance Kennels Plant
City area 813-737-3777
SLandscape Foreman,
* Laborers, Foreman,
* Maintenance Nursery
staff, Irrigation
Supervisor & Irrigation
techs for growing Land-
scape/Design/Build Co.
in E. Pasco Co (Dade
City). Call 352-588-2235
or tax resumes to 352-
588-2154 or email office
@ cornerstonetreefarm.
net Pay based on exp.
Exp & Bi-lingual a plus.
LAWN HELPER WANTED
Experienced, up to $10
an hour.
Call 813-727-3996
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/Pasco ex p pref'd.
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224-4893 Iv msg
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Phosphate Labor SS
Temp to Hire, $9.50
Great benefits. RITA
STAFFING 813-754-5997
PLUMBERS/Plumbers
helped needs F/T. Call
754-8231 for appoint-
ment.
Production Labor
12 hour shifts, $10/hr
DFWP 813-754-5997
RITA STAFFING
Spray Tech for Lawn
/Pest Control Co. F/T,
for local family owned
business. Exp. Prefd.
Benefits. Good Driving
Rec. Call 813-625-8831
Spray Technician
To soft-spray dean bldgs
F/T. No exp. Vac & Ins.
813-949-7007
Tree Climber, Bucket
Truck Operators &
Ground Help. Exp'd. Top
Pay. Call 813-763-0842
Place an ad in class 431
for computers and
equipment and see how
many "bytes" you get!
383 Work At
I Home I
Assemble crafts for some
of the largest home
craft assembly firms in
America. Free info
packet. Call for details.
1-801-428-4657 24 hours
DATA ENTRY Work ON
YOUR OWN. Flexible
Hours! $$$Great Pay$$$
Personal Computer Re-
quired. (800)873-0345
ext#300.
Health & Nutrition- 4 key
people needed to
represent leading
Health Science Co. Fee
required. 813-468-7497
391-399
Education


S00A Misc.
400A I Wanted

WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
727-430-096
WE BUY
SAFES
Opened or locked
Hillsborough Lock & Key
813-935-5920
BUYING: Military Medals,
Patches, Badges,
Uniforms, Swords, etc.
813-508-8436

$S PAID for all types of
JEWELRY & Silver/GOLD
merchandise. Watches.
DIAMONDS & GEMS!
Call SAM 727/804-7463
LOUIS VUITTON, Coach,
Brighton purses. Any
condition. Top $ paid.
Must be authentic. Call
813-493-4922
14011 Auctions I
AUCTION North Carolina
Mountains, Burnsville,
NC. Saturday July 16,
11:00am. 6 miles from
Blue Ridge Parkway.
1.35 acres. Great vaca-
tion home & investment.
NCAL # 7405. Call
(919)832-8005 or
www.carolina-
auctionrealty.com
,In Antiques/
402 ICollectibles

Antique Soda Fountain
Back Bar, art deco, coca
cola stained glass 10'L,
mint cond. $3500. Coca
Cola Soda Cooler Bar
w/stools marble top,
$2800.813-404-8787
UONEL TRAINS & Others.
Bought & sold. New &
used. All gauges.
813-677-5008


1410 1 Furniture I
BEDROOM SET, Queen
hdbrd ftbrd 2 ngtstnds,
tall chest, drsr/mirror,
solidpine, amberw/iron
$1200 813-661-7337
BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR
Ortho-PEDICNasa
Memory Foam Mattress.
As onTV 10Yr WTY
Q cost $1699 sell $399,
cost $1899 sell $499
Can Deliver Statewide!
All Sizes Avail + P. Tops
AIR & ADJUSTABLE@
WHOLESALE Prices
SWEDISHBEDDING.COM
813-493-1222
727-733-9334
866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
Chairs, Chippandale,
Mahogany, x6,2 w/arms
off-white upholstered
seats, exc. condition.
$400 OBO0.813-655-1283
COUCH, blk ithr, 2 silver &
qls end tbls & coffee tbl.
Ent ctr w/36" like new
TV. Like new gu bd, $300
oboforall.813-230-9049
i DAY BED $250
Complete w/frame, 2
mattresses, trundle, all
new in boxes Can deliver.
813-477-9019/363-0097
Dining Rm Set, Broyhill,
mission-style table
w/leaf & pads; 6 chairs;
buffet. Beautiful! $1600.
813-251-0530
Dining Rm Set-walnut
w/2 leafs, 6 chairs,
buffett & hutch. $400
Dresser & Mirror-walnut,
9 drawer mirror w/
shelves.$75. 748-4314
Dining Rm Table, Antique,
Beautiful Tiger Oak
w/claw feet. Seats 6.
Exc cond. $1550/obo.
PARTNERS DESK, An-
tique, very rare, solid
oak, Lots of extras, Per-
fect for a his/her's of-
fice. $1250 obo. BUF-
FET, Antique, Tiger Oak
. .rnrIriL 1hark r ^a.;


w/mirrorrUieu UdLac, k ui-
Living Room Set, Victori- fice $950.813-757-3252
396 Schools an cerry o old/ DINING ROOM SET Ducks
taupe sofa + 2 c.rs +.2 Unlimited oaks set w/6
ADULT HIGH SCHOOL Dl- end tables. $700.U chairs 2 leafs excellent
PLOMA at home in 6-12 813-882-9166/766-3153 condition. Matching
eeks.dited hrNa tiaac- SAW 2 man 6' oak frame coffee, sofa & end table.
school sine 1971 ToChristianl mirror 241/zX 18/V. Churr MustSee$1500
tuition i399/easy oay- w/paddle. castiron waf- (813) 244-4852
ent pian. Free ro fle iron, muffin an f DN s T
m meaning pans/more 4)6 DINING SET, Tbl w/chrs
cure 1-800-470-4723, moe Cherry, Hutch, lighted
American Academy, vis- 406R Jewelry I china cab. Like new.
it our website @ I" $1,100 all 813-907-3223
atwww.ipoma WEDDING Band (New) dfgabby42@aol.com
atome.com size 13. 14K, /2 round. in.. n ..
EARN YOUR HIGH 813-754-3631 Entertainment Ctr
SCHOOL Diploma at i I All wood, cherry or oak,
home in 6 months or 407 Diamonds I ghted w/beveled glass
less. Work at your own doors, accommodates
pace. Keep your present Diamond, Emerald Cut, up to 65" wide screen
job. First Coast Acade- 1.08 Ct IJ grade, clarity TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
my. Call for free bro- VVS2. 2 sapphires .50 ct. USED, sell for $1650. Can
cure. 1-800-658-1180. ea. Heavy Platinum deliver. 813-293-1743
http:// mounting. Appraised
fcahighschool.org $9100. Sale for $4750. FUTON$200
EARN Degree online from 813-961-828. Oak w/xtra thick matt
home. *Business, *Para- Engagement Rings, (1) New in boxes Can deliv-
legal, "Computers. Job 3.07 tcw, Pave Set. Rnd er.477-9019/363-0097
Placement Assistance. BrIl, GH, SI-2. (1) 2.93ct
Computer & Financial RndBr,IJ 1-1, BothCert FUTON
aid if qualify. (866)858- Appr. $i5K. Sell for .
2121 www.tidewaterte- $9300 ea. 941-740-1304 Medium oak, honey fin-
online.com RING-1.34ct princess ctr box cost$625 sell $285
Check out class 418 w/.62ct ofprincess/baq 813-293-1743
for cool deals on A/C's /rnds alt, 18K Wht old. o81-29-I
400-499 s i7.159.6 LIVINGROOM SET, denim
.. ..4 couch, with oak end ta-
Merchandise 40 Stamps- blues, coffee able, Igent
Coln $60 813-948-6979
1400 1 Misc for Sale coins-Currencg BUYING! CLASSIFIED
Tampa's Oldest Coin WORKS!
All TEMPUR Orthopedic Store. D Top ollar P ld,
Memory Foam NASA Cash.5802 N Armenia [IIiIIAIIiIIIIIiII
Mattresses, warranty. 813-879-6670
Cost 1995 must sell,
$399 ueen, $499 Kng' WE BUY COINS!
All sizes & sets avail- Buying selling, trading!
able.Shipped Over g8rs exp. Buying
anywhere!!813-493-1222 Silver &Gold coins. We
727-733-9334, Toll Free paytop$$.813-792-2493
1-866-476-0289 or 727-455-6196
www m3rtressr com 1410 1 Furniture
BATHTUB REFINISHNG.
Renew / Change Color RS
Tub,Tile, Sink &Chip Re- BED $100
pair. Commercial & Res- A Absolute All Brand
identia. yrs. Warranty Name, On/Full ortho-
Quick Response, pedic Mattress Set New
Insured. Serving Florida in plastic w/warraMnty.
Over lOyrs. "Florida's Can deliver. 813-477-9019
Tub Doctor"a41 1

1-888-686-905 BED $185 KING 1411 Super Savers
Did you suffer a Heart Orthopedic Pillow Top 1986 LADY DIANA
Attack, Stroke, Clot, or Maess Set New in WEDDING DOLL $135.
Heart Surgery while latc warra .19 813-737-1934
taking VIOXX, an Deliver 813-477-9019 3 13-7o7-1934
CELEBREX, OR BEXTRA? MEMORY FOAM sC motor w/transmis-2
our claim may be 10" Mattress Set $495. Mikeat813-737-3517
Calltoll-free Developed NATUE PENNY (AA)
1-- 26 seen on TV, Oyrnon- ANTIUE PENNY (It)
1-877-833-0926 prorated warranty New Gumball Machine $40.
(24 hin Plastic. Can ver. Free Pix 225-753-0205
Entertainment Ctr & 50" 813-477-9019or363-0097 BED Qn sz complete
large screen TV Pd w/mattress$200.
$40-00 sacrifice 51500 BEDROOM 1-10pc 7529267/813-716-0751
obo; Pool Table "Outsid- CHURCH PEW 10LONG,
er" outside use for o King/Queen REFINISHED $100. LONG,
ton. acr ce $1150 Soid Magany, med fin- Call 813-752-d243
tion Sacriice $1 ish.A drawers Ameri-
obo. Movo 5 usS can dovetail never usedCOFFEE AND END TABLES
813-757-3252 still in box Armoire in. MATCING) $45
Can deliver cost $9,000 752-9267/813-716-0751
POO. TABLE Playmaster, sell $3,900. COMPUTER DESKS (2)
$1000; WASHER/DRYER www.solidwood C5.Teach
enmore,wht, $400.PA- bedroomscom 752-9267/813-716-0751
Tri SET, $100. PROJEC-
ON TV RCA, 45" $400. 813-293-7621 DROP IN STOVE
Charbroil GAS GRILL GOOO CONDITION $100.
$50. Mike:813-920-1325, BEDROOM 1-6 PC 813737-1934
POOLTABLE, all wood w/ All oak, complete set all PIANO, Pinafore 64 keys,
cover & accessories drawers American $200.
EXCELLENT CONDITION! Dovetail, never used, Call813-752-0243
$1800obo Call still boxed. Cost $4K. SAE corbinationonroll-
813-920-0024/404-3242 Sacrifice $1495. Can er.c$"20a
SEWING Machine, Singer deliver 813-926-8507 759267/83-716-0751
Cornmp uterized, all access BEDROOM SET1966 Pe- STROE double Eddie
& attachments inlare can, king size hdc am-,d bue
752-9267/813-716-0751 mons Beautestl Op 7 7.....
TANNING BEDS 43) d ok couch, 78x30 WESLO
SbubUlaSunal etal, 785. CutomL-shaped Call 813-752-0243
tlout ballast tray orma computer
280Oe 54 bulb Sun 8'x4'TUNDLEBEDw/.xtra
Capsule booth, 10K W,' 8 13910 thick mattress $150.
S$6,000.813-244-2002 CLASSIFIED WORKS 752-9267/813-716-0751


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1410 IFurniture Medial 44 Builder'
S Conditioners ll Equip. 1 Supplies
MATTRESS $100 NEWCON S/DENT Amps, DJ Equip, Speakers DEMOLITION SALE June
A brand name, full or qn RECONDITONED UNITS Wirees Mics, Lighting, 25-26. U-Pull it before
pillowtop Mattress Set, You Deserve the Best Best Rental Selection in we doze it. 9732 Arme-
ing $185, new in plas- Prices, Service & In- Bay Area.Ask about our niaAve.(813)390-2657
tic, .Candeiveri. stalls.WeDoltRightThe do it yourself DJ pkg.
81.-477-9019/363-0097 First Time! #RA0039944 Beamworks Inc. Reas FLOORING
MATTRESSDR.COM REMINGTON AIR 971-2206 & Sales. (813)855-0709 PrefiL shedoakRtill in
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7924 W.Hillsb.Best tral Systems. 2-5 tons. JAZZY 1100 POWER Will split,813-318-9056
Prices.TEMPUR-PEDIC, $200 & uw/warranty. CHAIRgreyandin great
&Me.FoamAdjuables Can InTl. Repair work condition $1,500 1813) MEAL ROOFING SAVE
&Air.813-9-9020 U also. NTA CAC1813656. 758-3727 $$$ Buy Direct From
C 8I174Q- "2 Manufacturer. 20 colors
MATTRESSFES 813-7. 25 MEDICAL EQUIPMENT- in stock with all Accesso-
""3 H sets .ES ,Central Heat & Air Unit We buy used Medical ries. Quick turn around!
3 sets, double sided pil- For Mobile Home. Equipment.Please call Delivery Available. Toll
ow top,withwarranty. ExcellentCondition.Can 813-317-0225. Free(888)393-0335.
Neverused.Candeliver. Demonstate $350
King set-$325. 813-326-0206 4 Office Equip. MEXICANTILE*
Fullset-$240 WINDOW UNITS-BUY & I& Furniture ALLSIZES
SELL. New & Used. FINISHED and RAW
813-293-7621 Wood 's Appliances, 300 Herman Miller A03, ** 813-884-6127 **
8307 Armenia Ave., 6x6Workstations.
MEMORYFOAM est40yrs.813-933-8288 Exccond. Other ubicles 444 Sheds&
available. Call for 444i Carport
mattress $399. anysz 3 2t LennxAC details.727-647-1853 lap
727-447-0597 31/2LonlLennoxUAC
813-612-5911 Almostnew. Bookcases, Chairs, .-'
$1000 Desks, Files, Conf. ,4.
PLASMA TV,42" w/stnd; Will Deliver. 727-207-6053 Tables, All In Stock HON -
Ithr couch & lv seat, ta- Chairs50% to 70% OFF. . :
blues, compl bedrm set Musical 635.9255/5414N56th
S st rIs b2be7d l2et 4201 Instruments Chairsl Chairs Chairs!
13Over 500 used! 24r24x9 $,500
SALE! Wicker Dinig Rm, R D o P stock. Multi functional B.24x3hr 1^800
Living &Bedrm Sets. m BASS & GUITARS mid bck chair $59 much ot aenclsed
Patio furniture, accesso-1 BAY AREA'S BEST! more! EOF813-877-9317 Concr-te slabs, 36" door
ries & gifts. Call Forever NEW-USED-VINTAGE .&2- 7x8gar age doorsins
Wicker813-948-4802 REPAIRS LESSONS KNOLL & HAYWORTH othernsizssavail
BUY SE'LL- TRADE Workstations, All sizes. 813-788-3501 713-2333
UNCLAIMED LEGENDS 813-348-0688. Lowest Prces CallChuck tu Co
813-966-1072 almost (Steel Buildings) Close-
LAYAWAY DJ EQUIP 4 15 spkrs newworkstations.com out models 6% off. Get
300w amp much morel them while they last.
MATRESS SALE FullsecsicsbynEmaii 1 Computers & 30x40-pay only balance.
Twin set nofip$10o. $3,50 1o, (813) 431 Eq n I there silzesavail.Call
full set no lp $149. M62-4793 I I I Pete 1-800-416-4482.
Qzsetnoflip$169. FENDER STRATOCASTER, AMD $99 Internet Ready 3 ALL STEEL BUILDINGS
Sofa & Loveseat, Over- A 40th anniversary Computer. Laptops UP TO 50% OFF CALL
stuffed earthtones. R ed., rown Sunburst w/ s g a 1. N 3x40 '
price $995. Pay off tsr case new cond. $500. systems starting at 70x160. ... ilr,
dance $395. or assume Call Art 813-230-2741 $299. 10311W. Busch 1-800-839-1073
$20. payments FENDER ULTRA CHORUS PC Services931.4976 SEARS 12x24' metal build-
AMP, x2 12" Speakers, AMD 2400+ New PC $299 ing, good shape, 10 yrs
B&BOUTLET new condition 256mb Memory, 80gb ol, .$1300 obo withcon-
115S.EVERSST $250 Hard Drive CD-Burner tents + $500. Call
PLANTCITY 813-759-8864 Call Art 813-230-2741 Network, USBs & more! 813-784-5790
4151 Carpeting P.A. EV amplified spkr OneYear PCarrantY. PORTABLEstoragebids
415 ytCarpeting IP. A. (EVm If d skr ISORM: Mon-Sat 10 to 7 built in your yard. 10M
l n syst. (EV X2000 12" 14918 North Florida Ave $1981, 12x 16 $2976,
Really nice carpet in very sp.krs). Mackie 12 chnnl (813)264-0408 i 45526
mid condition, e mc/linemxr EXCCOND 16x24$5526
than 80 yards. Coral/ $800for all813-238-5882 Lagtop Below Wholeale Call813-380-4966
Mauve Green. $250 Unlied l Net STEEL 18x21 Carport$695
813-960-1839.610-0678. PIANO New/Used.Starting $99 installed; Buildings
4161 Appliances Cable Nelson, newcondi- CALL813-468 Sheds from $1 925
14161Appliances I tion,$7.Please call www.buzztech.net 81m-st9A9n-ySize7 1il4ble
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC -V -933-4656 Commercial 813-299-47904681-5468
ES IN TOWN! Large se- PIANO SALE 432 Equipment 445 Tools
election of washers, dry- Specials/Close Outs Equipment I
ers, stoves & refrigera- Most Popular Brands GENERATOR Briggs &
tors. $9.50 & up. War- Inc. CD PlayerGrands Pressure Washer, 4000 Stratton, 5500 watt Elite
ranty & delivery in lim- Owner/Operator27 Yrs psi, hot/cold wash, Series portable
its. Don't gamble, know Best Prices & Value 18hp, elecstart, Honda, generator Brand newin
your dealer! 45 yrs exp Call 813-855-1227 built in generator, on box.$700.813.361.7230
7604Broadway626-7787 7 N 5x7 trailer w/150' hose 3..7
8307Armenia933-8288. PIANOS Yamahas 5' wand. $5000. Brad HYDRAULIC ELECTRIC
certified used, l0year 850-694-2723 HOIST, 220V S.Phase,
APPLIANCES from Model warranty, over200 to .. 70001b rotary, above
Home, Refrigerator, choose. BabyGrands, Tank-holding Polyethyl- round $900- AIR COM-
D/W, Oven &Washer& C-3 $9000, C-2$8000, eneopaqiue800gal2"in- PRESSOR, 5HP, 220V
Dryer. Will separate, C-l $7000 U-3studio let on bottom/top apprx S.Phase, Ingersoll-Rand
Call forprice. $2500.888-600-5188 5'wx7'hneverused$650 80 gal. $350 (813)
**813-966-5534** VIOLINS New 100 Ger- obo813-251-8481 x 4079 805-9124; 813-839-5588
**APPLIANCES** man $150. Viola $150. Vinyl Graphics Sign JOINTER-6"Jetw/mobile
USED WITH WARRANTY Cellos $319. Cases & equipment new 24" cut- base. Great Cond. $400.
From $99* Bows. Mandolins $120. ter, computer, software, Also Jet 37" 2 belt
AUTHORIZEDMAYTAG Guitars $150. Trumpets supplies. $2500. SANER 3 phase.$4000.
4000 W. Kennedy Clarinets & Flutes $199 727-204-3026 813-831-4505 ,
281-0777 Del avail 813-655-6554 I .
PARTS TODAY Low cost, expert repairs I434 Resaurant Machinery &
11900. N24aska WANTED MUSICAL IN- Hotel Equip 449 Heavy Equip.
*APPLIANCES** cashUfMrEldenTdeSW Giy BAKER'S PRIDE Pizza Ov- Conveyors, Scales, Fill-
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Valrnco 3629 E. S.R. 60
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Shuttle, 57 Hours other
atachments available,
$27,500 -352-799-5900
TRACTOR JOHN DEER
X485, 25HP, 54" mower
w/ mulch kit, 3 pt hitch
box blade, front end
loader 60 hrs,still under
warr. This package cost
$13k new, reactor alone
is $8506. Complete
package is yours for
8300 Must sell!
13-991-6776
I 1c |Horses &
525 Livestock
Quarter Horse-$500,
Pony-$500, Mini-$200,
All Kid-safe. + 30 more!
Will finance anyone. $0
dn, $100/mo. Many
beautiful points! Will
trade & rent -p$15/hr,
$25/day. Call now:
813-649-1126 www.
suncitystables.com


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


5251 Horses & I I527 I Hay & Grain I
SLivestock BUY FROM FARMER. Tif-
POLE BARNS, Garages ton44inbarn.Rolls:$45.
workshops, horsebarns Delivery $5. Clean. I-
20x2O x9 o r2600 75/Hwy 52. San Antonio,
*20x30x9 4200 Florida. 813-431-0939
*24x24x9 Fra
*24x24x9 $4N032 550-599
*24x40x9 56020
Other Sizes Available Rc .tn
813-713-2333 788-3501 Recreation
QH MARE, Flashy 7yr old
sorrell, AQHA, 14.3h, n Motor Homes
Arena games, works 1560 rU ,
cows etc. Exp'd, trial I R I
rides out of state. $3200 1, DODGE '91 VAN, 150K,
863443-01454522911 partial conversion, has
Free Horse if boarded TV bed, fridge, micro.,
with us! Full board; 12V+,110V pwrhookup
$250/mo. Horses rented $2,500 813-354-1673
- $15/hr $25/day Call 1 Chevy Sprnte.
now 813-649-1126 www. 201 Chevyprte.
suncitystables.com C-class. 21k ml, lots of
upgrades, $4000/obo.
PONY 6 year old 13 813-827-2394 Days
hands, Rides good. To 401-662-5985 Eves
9ood home ONLY. $800.
013-478-1176 or21'1991ToyotaWinneba-
813-478-1192. go Warrior V6, good gas
S mileage, tires, overall
BIk Angus, bik/whtface& condition. Low miles.
Brangus cows divided in $10,500 352-585-3907
separate herds. Also
black Angus bulls (850) 30' ITASCA 1992, Class A,
510-4854/(229)246-1819 53K miles generator,
new tires, shocks, refrig,
Beef Steers, great cond. $16,000 obo
Angus/Guernsey mix, 1 Call 813-886-1880 or
yr young. Avg 700 lbs. 941-773-0227
031' 2004 Allegro Class A
MH, fully loaded, 2
Mustang, 10 yr old Geld- slides new condition,
ing, 14-1H, Bay, Loads, 6K miles $79,500. Call
Clips Trails & Jumps, 863-679-6557
Nice disposition. $1800.
Good home 813-986-1854 31' IMPULSE1989 Anni-
TB.. versary Edition. Loaded,
TB GELDING 13 yr old 79K mi. Great shape.
16.3h very sweet rides Sleeps 6. $14,000
eng/west interm/exp 727-420-3664
86-509 (863 32 2000 Gulfstream Con-
686-5091 q, uest, Ford V-10, low
GOATS Full blooded and 4km, sleeps 6,gen, TV
percentage boer goats stove, CHA, exc cond.
for sale. Does & bucks. $32,000 727-224-5002
Call813-477-8049 32' HOLIDAY RAMBLER
1997 "Vacationer", load-
******* ed with extras, $38,900.
25 Fancy Brangus Hefers Call for information
386-397-22v 0 now. (727) 527-3597
** **** 35' 1961 QM Coach Fore-
travel Conversion.
PAINT Gelding 3V year $25 000 Call
old, 141/z hands, perfect (813) 610-0226.
1st time horse. $3200
OBO. 813-478-1176 or 35' 1995 Vectra-RQ,230
813-478-1192. Cummins dsl 6 sp Alli-
son, loaded, wash/dry.
REGISTERED Paint 12yr No pets-smkrs, garaged
old Gelding, 15 hands, $48k.'813-754-2858.
Western & Dressage, "
great personality, 35' Pace Arrow Vision
$2600.813-763-2001. 1996, rear camera, level-
WANTEDGOATSSHEEP ing jacks, 45k mi, perf
LAMAS, & CALEg TOi $36,900o obo. Will take
PRICE PAID. GOOD trade. 813-633-6904; ll
HOME. CALL CINDY 727-638-8954
NOW 813-649-1126
36' COACHMAN 2004
WANTED!! Horses, Aurora like new, only
ponies, tack, trailers 4900 Ri 2 slides Ford
equip.Top prices 2aid: V10, dua(ACs, Onan gen
Goo homeCall p ni Loaded with extras:
now: 813-649-11Z $86.4K 813-948-3431
CALFS, Breeding holstein 37' 2004 NAT'L TROPICAL
hefer$1200.3angus Diesel, 9271 mi 3 slides
hefer calfs & 1 angus bull satelte, motostat for
calf $2400. More beef internet desk area, full
calves avail 863-581-5322 body paint freightliner
HORSES chassis, 1000 trail
2 Quarter, for sale, broke membership# many
for trail riding $1,000 00 xtras, $1 SK.K ob.
each. 813-486-5832 Locante in Dade City.
'h84 365.;32.2627
ing, portableen Lan 38' 2005 Baeaer Sanam
clearing.813-754-3797 (B6 l00onco 4 slhde,
400hp, 8,000 Onan pen
526 Pastures & 8K mi, MSRP $226,095
526 Stalls Now Wrice$1,0
Stll I30% off MSRP See com-
plete details at
NWTAMPA20stall barn& mhsrv.com 800.335.6054
3br,2ba home on eques-
trianfacility. Manyame- You can unload your
nities. Wood fencing, washerwithanadinap-
$2000/mo. 813-96A-3362 pliances, class 416.


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



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56a 1 Motor Homes [oo Swimming 1584 | Boats | 585 Boat lips -
56 -|.RV's Pools & Spas 1 1588Dua 3505 Storage |
I Pos ISa119'GradyWhite 1988 Dual Storage
39', 2004 Winnebago Ad- SPA Leasure Bay, New Console, 130hp Yamaha, OUTDOOR STORAGE
venturer, 1400 mi, $3,799. Must Sell at bimini top, galv trir, Benjamin Rd., boats,
340hp, work horse HD $1,595. Ozoon, Light, ready to go. $5500Obo RV's, auto, trucks.
chassis, fully loaded. Maint. free cabinets, 727-423-7287 $40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
$99,900.352-854-7279 covered. 813-786-9805. 20' 1997 Boston Whaler 813-684-9171
40' 2000 AMERI- SWIMSPAS, Looking fora Outrae, 175 Merc, C/C, Fowler & 1-75 Boats & RV
CAN TRADITION diesel, pool but you don'fwant hi &ry, live well, new Storage. Secure outside
generator, 2 slides, Cor- to spend a fortune or deal elect. bimni, exc. cond. $50mo Covered $150mo
ian counters, leather with theaggravation! $20K 813-817-0565 Happy Traveler RV Park
seat/furniture, many SpaWarehouse* 20'6in WELLCRAFT with 813-986-3094
extras. PRICE REDUCED. Save Thousands! 150HP Johnson magic
$119,999.813-390-6158 1641 LOL Blvd, Lutz tilt trailer, runs great, Marine
888-Bates RV Nearly 600 $6,800 obo. Call 58 Supplies &
Airstream Jayco 813-931-5900 813-290-9553 Repairs
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa. Gulf to Bay Spas Facto- 20' fiberglass Deck Boat
SWINNEBAGO2004 Itasca rydirectSa[e, byappt (party boat) 120HP 1990, 9.9 MERCURY
Sunova 33' Patio Aw- 813-767-7432 Johnson motor, 6 new electric start outboard
ifo 81-6773 V s'seats, clean, moving, motor ,$750,
ning,DVD,VCR 2 TV's, www.gulftobayspas.com sacrifice $2500. Cal 81-681-2775
No Pets or smoker,
SHOWROOM Quality. POOL chemical 813-649-9388
$5,000 down take over clearance!40%offwhile 2000 SEA-PRO 195 F/S T-TOPS ANODIZED ALUM
payments. 813-707-8156 they last. Great cond .,low hours WITH NEW CANVAS.
I C Spa Warehouse Johnson 1SOhp out- CUSTOMIZED TOFITANY
SCampers & 41LOLBIvd, Lutz board. New Loadmaster BOAT $800 941.266.0903
S Travel Trirs 813-909-2000 trailer. $14 500 obo. www.aqua-shade.com
416 W. Waters, Tpa (813)892-8847 2005 Mercury 150hp EFI
17 COLEMAN CHEYENNE 813-931-5900 05 Mercury EF
2003 POP-UP. A/C Ref 21' 1996 Sea Ray Signa- 20" shaft low hours,
Sink, H/W Htr, Outside I MOVE ANY SPA ture, 5.7L Mercruis- warranty. t7100.
shower, Gas stoves, Aw- r Eng. Prs o Depth, 813-831-4052/833-0312
nino, Much more. Excel- 24/7 Trlr. AM/ M Good Cnd.
( n8 d 3 3 $141813-6 257165 od09H65HP Mercury 0/B, 1989
(813) 300-1481 22' WELLCRAFT 1987, 350 all controls, 1 owner,
20'1999 Coachman Ultra- 583 waterr Chevy Magnum, newly great cond. $2000.
light, NewFrige, Micro& Vehicles refur interior, new tri, 813-754-1974
Tires. A/C,Sp4, Needs custom bow f stora
some work, $4,250 obo 1996 Sea Doo Challenger cover lots of extras 587 Sailboats
813-643-0170*624-2471 w/trir, garage kept, mcl $8500obo 813-929-4337
2002 Coleman Baside fishfinder/GPS/depth& 23' 1973 Thunderbird 25' 2004 CATALINA 250
P2002 Colamperman Baside cover. $4700 obo Formula, 302 Ford V8, #738SwingkeelW/Bllst,
sz be man extras, 813-972-6290-862-0326 Merc Cruiser 888 sleeps 4 head, galley,
used2x, $7000FIRM Waverunner2000Polaris marine radio, depth' 9.9hp 4sir o/b imini,
Call 813-495-8757 SLH w/trailer. Exccond finder, cuddy cabin sail covers, new trailer.
25CA9991TT,5sleep low/miles.E$3000. $5500 813-689-037u As new cond. $27,500
25'1999 TT, sleeps 6, A/C, mies.$3000. 23' 1988 DONZI Cuddy (813) 924-5496
microwave, refriera 813-986-1907 Chevy 350. more details 27' 1987 Captiva Sloop,
Chapel.215-924-7002 or JET SKI 1999 Yamaha & pix wwwk.nme.earth 3' draft199donz88/lm8hp John-
Cell 215-687-3773 GP760 like new, runs link 813-785-3290 son PalmHarbor slip
26' SunnyBroo show- great,'Exc shape, 84 hrs $7000 obo.813-785-3290 avail.$6500 obo.
26' SunnyewroaedTop w/trailer$3,500 obo 24' 1996 VOYAGER, Grady (727) 204-7988
appls! "Basementstor- 813237-8773 White, walk-around, 38' Downeaster 1979
e" under 6K m, I 1996Tiger Shark Monti hard top, 2x130HP Ya- Sloop Rig, Many New
age",nder6K mi S s 16g harkon maha engines, extras.- Items! Can be seen at
6, $7,900.813-633-0666 with trailer,Good Coni- $31,500.91-71 Pasadena Marina Slip
tion, Garaged, $31,500'941-77A-1620 Pasadena Marina Slip
27' SALEM2005 wsuper- $1900 bo 245" 2001 RINKER Siesta 5A. $54 900 obo.
sls Ane, Q tr 813-368-0697 645-8362 Vee 242, cabin cruiser, 863-682-2727
Never been used. SEADOO 1997 GSI & SEA- simpatformli 600-649
$.15Kobo 727-423-7287 DOO 1996 HX with new CDIswim platform2 0ful
HDMahoneydouble canvas596.469 0K. Transportation
the Road new WH, etc. trailer. Exc. cond. $5999
the Road, new WH, etc firm 813-707-8268 24' CENTURY 1993 center
813-907-8795 Jetoat 2 seat, 5Ohp Su- urri. trilr furu- nn in Auto
30' CAVALIER 200 with zuki inboard, plus extra l n lsinr icr,,ne I 60 E i es,
slide, CHA, Qn b ,enine. James BonPnosi 5 07un P artsr&Misc.
sleeps8enon-smo ers, Iookalike. Exc cond. -
cu.ft. refrigerator. $1900.Call813-294-0393 24' STING RAY OPEN ,. .,,
5 D H L83-43 i- 3366I BOW 5.7L F Corsa ex- CASH TODAY!
$10,500 c84 16 Boatshaust, *totally loaded_. For Cars, Trucks & Vans
31' Electra 1996 with withtrailer, $15,800.Call Running Or Not.
slide, $6500 Readyto go 12' 10" Kayak Necky, 813-299-8388 813-728-7979
863-869-8430 451bs sit-in, high carbon 2'eLa8FL-7aTC-A4TAL bmi sso
paddle carry racks & 25 WELLCRAFTCOASTAL EngInes&Transmssons
39' Country Charm, Park wh used 3imes $750 All electronics, 200 hp used & Rebuilt 90 days
Model,2slideouts,CHA, Call 719-271-7237 Johnson Ocean Runner, upto 3yrswarr.M-F9-5.
W/D, lots of extras, like alum trir.,mint cond. Mem BBB813-907-5519
new must see. Asking 14.3, 2000 Boston Whaler $15,500 863-604-5959 A
$19,500.813-679-7446 /Dauntiless, center SE TANSMISSIONSReBuilt
console, 6Ohp Mercury, 26'7" Exce26SE, 19945.rom A-Z Guaranteed
39.5' DELUXE High Line only 50hrs extras exc Alpha 1 Cruiser, loaded, quality work. Great ic-
2004, AC, 2 ceil fans cond7900813641-7425 Great cond Low hours, es. Honesty & Integrity.
W&D, almost new, cona- AC sleeps 4,$19,995 obo Call Rob 813-610-1535
$28K, asking $16K Char- 15'4ins 1999 Gheenoe, 2 813-503-3018 .E
lotte Co. 941-626-8625 seats,likenew$400.Call TRUCK BED w/bumper &d n
813.766.-332726 'Regal Leasure Cat,'94, tallate, off Ford F550.
813-766-3322 863-465-1599 tunnel hall, Merc. 200hp, pardaage. $1200. Call
JAYCO 1999 35' travel 325 hrs, tabiesfront& 813-928-0141
trailer 2 slides, great back, seats 12, exc. cond.
shape 813-365-0695 15'SeaDoo'96 speedster, mcl new trir w/ brakes. ,
efr twin jet motors runs $21.5K OBO 813-661-2791 g, Utility
l564V rk r iefn as1,5 Z1988Searay270DA, rT- I a .r nTrailers
e 813.232.5253 cabin, great boat. $14,500 5x8 Cargo Express en-
POPUPCAMPERSforrent 1992 Glassmaster Day: 813-917-9992 or closed, rear ramp, side
A/C, Sink, Stove, Frig. Bowrider 60HP Johnson Eves: 813-996-4088 door, stoneguard, spare
Call Lynn to reserve & trailer, exceptional 2. i tire. Walk-in hght, low
813.546.1827 www.popup condition,$5,000. 2 mtwrnytio all k C 203 new-0 sell
rentalcampers.com Call 727-224-34 About, wrnty till 607 $180 84-9168
twinSMercu 225 1 Cpt V$1 00. Silverado1ES
1565 I RV Storage 17 '88 CREEK CRAFT, '92 max, new bottom oan, 6x12x2 Never used- 15"
60 Evin, awesome flats waxed, all elect bImini, wheel w/gate $825.
South Bay RV & Boat skiff! Everything works. livewell, outriggers low Used 6x16x3 tandem
Storage-Secureoutside $3,000. Also '97750 Ka- hrs. exc. con $59,900, $800. Others avail.
and covered storage, wa. 2 sweater, dual trr 941-776-0442 813-237-0110
SouthBayStorage.com with alum storage box, 29 a Ray 2002 290Am- UTILITY Trailer 6X9
813-677-2000 $2,500.8c3-493-7843 berlack twin 350 Merc. w/ramp gate, Mint Cond
Fowler & 1-75 RV's/Boats 17'/2' Center Console Mag horizon inboards, $600813-659-4741
Secure outside $50/mo. Aqua Sport, gal. Trailer, 185hrs, fish pkge, live EncdCargoTrailer 7'1x6'
Covered $150/mo new 115 Johnson w/ bait well, Raymnan d gem9axle w/rks
Happy Traveler RV Park yrs left on warr. $10,500 electronics, Smart View, Vem a x e w ras,
13-983094 obo. 813-477-9733 Professionally main- rear ramp & side drs,
C'wood RV/Boat storage. 17' CHRIS CRAFT '96 Fish/ '.daleso.com/ 3800. 813-713-5488
Ski, 115Pn Jonotr500OUTDORT oRAE 900 92-
Sec kg w/24 hr access' Ski, 115HP$Johnsont a a 116,90
brig t night lighting mtr, depth fndr bimini, 941-321-0121 Trucsm i
wash area. From 935 cvr dual batts rr exc. Duty
813-968-4991; 505-2803 $6,00. 813-88i-467 33'Trogan 1987 Meter,. I
SSwim 17E Polar Flats fiberglass nternationalExpress,in CHEVY 2000 S-10, Reg
ga Swimming 19l gts l oodconditionmustsel! cab, auto, 6-cyl,Wht/
,u IPolp a 8,85hp tuzuKi, w/ Movingo" $24,000 OBO. Grey int, runs great!
ools a Spas Alm r,Greatcond Too Ca813- -7702. Good work truck$4450
masnyextras to mention! a I- 7 G w
A-1 SPAS $8,400 obo813767-6308 38' 1997 Baja Special, obo.727-455-7697
a17.5" 2002 Bass Tracker New Motors AC, Gener- CHEVY2000 Silverado ES,
CONFUSEDaboutspafea- 2 Bass Tracker ator, Icemaker, Stereo, 5.3LV-8, pr tow pkg,
tures, styles warran- w/50hp Mercury, less Head, Galley, Exc condo. Blue w/grey int 83mi,
ties, pricing. Call or than 50 hrs on boat ga- $80o,000 David $12,500 obo. Ca
stop in at A-f SPAS & let rae kept, incl boat cvr 727-433-2222 813-766-7740
the "A-TEAM" ospa ,850o MOTOR,99hpHonda DGE 1999 SLT RAM
rofessionals show you 17.5' THydra-S Fish N' 4 stroke, condaDOEtrols in- 25004000 mSLT, GreenAM
the features & benefits Ski KevlarHulI,Mercury clouded, like new. Low ClubCaI5,0Speed 4Wn
of water therapy & re- 150hp, S/S prop, less than hrse$3000. Diesel 6uCyl.Ex5ellent
laxation. We carry sev- 200ong..hrsonmotor, 813-245-3670 Condition. DO obo.
eral quality lines of hot veryquick, no Trailer. KevinY(717)479-8765
tubs including $2150 .813-649-9626 evn
DYNSPASrTYa Ped 5 star by 17F 1995 BOWRIDER BOATS Several storm FORD 1999 F250 Super
SPAS raed star by 17FT 1995 BOWRIDER damaged and donated Duty Crew cab, diesel
poolandspa.com. Seaswir-170 90h o/B, bats for sale I to 32' 7.3L auto, 5th wheel
Visit ourshowroom at trailer, cover, bimini, Mie(TZ7)22-7988 ready, 56k mi, $17,495.
9017 Adaore Dr. many extras. cean and
SWComerHwy301&60 gar. kept runs great Largest Volume Ppontoon O0.813-685-4971
Or call 813-623-9997 or $4300(813)924-5496 Deaer nFlonda. FORD 1999 Ranger4drExt
813-653-9090. CLEARANCE SALE Cab, V6, AT, AC, CC, tilt.
AskforAlex orRyan. 91RINKERbowrider Nauticstar Bay Boats. topper VGC.
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Hot Springs Sovereign 2 B I T c er Boat Slips FORD2000 F-1SXLTExtd
5 person, exc. cond. W8' 2 -iT e'i 55 Boat I cab,4-dr auto A/C80k
recently srvc'd, new P- rv .e, e I 1 mi, pwr L tit
top, 6'4x7-7x29"H $1695 ing moior, trailer, reaL cruise Must seil! $8,950
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Duty U Vehiclest I I Vehicles
FORD 2005 F150 Lariat CADILLAC 2002 NISSAN 2005 Xterra SE
Super Cab, 5.4 V8, 6'/2' ESCALADE EXT, 4x2,only2 mos old, 2400
bed, loaded, 3000 miles, Bge/Tan loaded, very mi. fully loaded w/265
must sell. $28,000. nice, 53k easy miles, hp, 17 4 spoke alloy
813-787-7196. $34,900.813-713-5488 whis, Rockford fosvate
audio w/in-dash CD
GMC19781500 Blue, Pick- Cadillac 2002 Escalade chgr & MP3 CD play-
upAuto., 2 WD, 305 8 BIk w/rey Ithr, AWD, back.Expecting 3ri
Cyl. $2,700, Bargain loaded, 3rdow, rear child, neetosell
complete new brakes 23" Giovanni rims. Asking $23000 firm.
tilt wheel & edelbrock $33,900813-240-1069 813-92-2048. 827-6426
a3rb88430w/trailer CHEVY 1996 TAHOE, AC, Serious offerS only
813-78-430 P/S, AM/FM, 4WD RANGE ROVER 1997 4.0,
Nissan 2001 Frontier, towing pkg, good cond 87140 mi, fully loaded,
auto cold AC, runs $4200.83-744-0372 Clarion radio DVD/TV
great 180K mi, some Ithr int, $12,995. Call
smal8 dents. 4450. CHEVY 1999 TAHOE LT, 813-494-0529
813-453-738 Ithr tow pkg, Toyota 1994 Land Cruiser
Toyota 1996 T100, 134k Pewter/Grey Ithr in Tloaded, 4WD, Ithr CD
miles, extra cab, 6 cyl great condition. $10K. economy 6cyl, great 4
Auto, AC, new rims 813-290-9315 Hurricane season, mint,
tires, bed liner 1 owner
$5200OBO813.727.0315 CHEW 2001 Suburban $11,500.813-299-4561
Leather, fully loaded, TOYOTA 2001 4RUNNER
Trucks- I ca-ptchairs, garkept, maroon, V6, low PW.
Heavy Duty EXC Cond, 90K MI, PDL, CD plyr still under
avyDuty $15,500811-994-4569 fact. warr. exc c ond
CHEVY 1999 SILVERADO CHEVY 2003 TRAILBLAZ- $14,500 727-271 0698
2500 52K mi, 6.0, new ER LT, black, low miles, TOYOTA2001 HIGHLAND-
tires custom topper, 7 sealer loaded, leath- ER 54,000 mi, Blue,key-
oo cond 1 owner eretc. 000 or best less entry/alarm Auto.,
$11,500813-980-6376 offer.Call 813-477-9617 2WD100kwarr5,9
FORD 1989 F350 7.3 Diesel DODGE 2000 DURANGO obo (813)854-2254
17' ex u-haul alum Box SLT, Ithr, loaded, rear air Toyota 2003 4Runner V8,
Truck, looks & runs &3rdrowseat,exccond SportEd, 43k, blackest
good. Cold AC. $6,800. well maintained $9000 e intoaded, RARE
813-677-3748 426-5937 obo. 813-610-1090 egdion model. Mustsell.
FORD 1995 F700, 6-8 yard FORD 1992 Explorer, V6d $26K obo. 813-293-5594
Dump Truck. New rebit auto, runs/divers ood I I35 Motorcycles I
gas eng.. many new $1800 OBO863-815-1059 I 0
arts, !main rec. FORD 1993 EXPLORER XLT Harley 1991 Hugger 883,
12,560.813-628-8288 4x4, AC, all pwr, tint, tow 7800 mi, red, garage
GMC 1998 3126 Top Kick, pkg, srv paperwrk, runs kept, 2 seats, excellent
5spd, 24' box, lift gate, grt, New tires & brakes condition. $3500.
ramp, top overhaul, new $3850 obo 813-855-6661 813-404-7003
GP fuel pump $197000 FORD 1994 Explorer HARLEY 1995 Hydra Glide
Call 813-677-8397 White 4 dr, 95K Mi, all cust. bit, flame turn
S 4-Wheel I Leather, Good Cond. si. drag bars elec.
6 .... J Drive one owner, $2000 obo push button starter,
S 813-8a5-1196 EiRlerock 1500 cc air
FORD 2004 F250 Turbo FORD 1996 Explorer, cooledeng.stage2perf.
Diesel, 6" lift, After mar- Black w/grey int, fully jet kit, must see, must
ket Tires & Wheels Low aed Itr seats, beau- sell, best offer,
S Tires & WheelsLow l d, ne serious inquiresonly. Call
Miles, Door, LonBe, u con runs re Brenda813-805-9452
$31 V00n 0 bo $6,500 obo 813-2 3-2368
13-299-0301 FORD 1997 Expedition HARLEY 1996 FLTH, exc.
TOYOTA 1987 Landcruis- Eddie Bauer, red w/tan cond, ready to ride, darkI
er FJ60, good condition Ithr new brakes, tires 1982 FLH Shovel maroon
new tires & mat roof cold air 230k m $650 great cond, w/ u
rack, must sell 4000 obo.81-684-7704 great conddes, ready to ride
obo Call 863-412-6167 FORD 2001 EDDIE BAUER $8700.813-973-8351
TOYOTA1989 P/U 4x4, V6 EXPED 92K, Bk,Lthr HARLEY DAVIDSON 1999
AC, new tires good con- Cyl 2D $6 HARLEY DAVIDSON200 1

813-967-6118 Ford 2003 Explorer XLT, 813-839-5050
31 Vans I 15k mi, 2dr, loaded. e 2000 Dyna Super
631 Vans 16mo/20k fact warr, Glie, 2000gDyna ra p
Ithr, garaged moonrf. kept,
CHEVY 1995 G20, AM/FM, $16,400.813-81-9950 2 14,00c F if Kenew,
low miles, runs w reatr man extras, make of-
exc work van, $2200 Ford 2004 Expedition fer! 13-453-2375
obo. Call 813-842-2205 Eddie Bauer- Blue, tan HARLEY 2000 Heritage
leather, safety canopy, Springer So
moonroof 3rd row. s.' oftail. 9 0
CHEVY 1998 Venture LS 6900.81-404-663. original m, as new,
rear AC,152K mi. on just 101Y% stock. $18,500. 2
installed eng w/warr, GMC 1994 Suburban, 727-688-1565
like new, must see Teal/Silver. 65K mi, HARLEY DAVIDSON 20
$5,200 813-961-6364 powerwindows/locks, R ID 002
Dodie 1977 Tradesman, $5an0d3--8672 3,500 MILES LOTS OF
31 nine, runs good CROME OVER 19,000 IN-
trans & nine only a HONDA 2005 Element EX VESTED $11,000.600(863) |

Only 2700 mi. $21, 500. c HARLEY 2003 Ultra Clas-,
Dodge 1997 Ram, 15 pas- 813-484-1525 sic Firefighter Spec Ed.,
senger, elec wheelchair ext warr, 5K m, xtras (
lift, AC front & rear, adj HUMMER 2004 H2 Pewter $17,900 813-545-8836 or

whchr access. 10k mi back exhaust 18" hrm arley 2004 Fat Boy fuel
$3500 813-632-4997 Wheels/ Nitto Tires inecteD stage kit
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP $46,500,813-390-8613 Vance & Hines long iw
Van, 10" lowered floor, B UNIDAn10m shot chrome, Nise
power ramp, 14,006 IYUo NAID UU lig ht housing, exc cond,
miles.Call727-492-1630. SANTA FE- V6, loaded 2 r, $17,500.
Lthr, 100k mi warr, 6 CD 813-672-0880
Ford 1993 E350 Mobile $11,500.813-792-8652. HARLEY 2004 Wide Glide,
workshop truck, shuttle INFRNTY2003 FX35 19,000 Collector 182-200,
body, custom interior mi, gold Sports Utility, 13,000 Miles, All War'ty,
for store & work. Nice Auto., 2 WD 6 Cyl. Stage 1 Kit, $26,000 in-
cond!$2200 910-2453 $32,5do, Low Miles (863) vested, for sale $19,000 2
OnT $2, P 860-8453 813-857-46599
extended A/C', looks ISUZU1998RODEO 0000 HARLEY 2004 XL883
good and runs good. miGreenSportsUbTy Sportster, Black,
$6,500. Aulo,2WD,6CyLS2,5do Screamin' eagle pipes' B
Call 813-240-2020 ne needs rebuilng jet ki2K m $750. Call
F 2199d WiNDTh r 420-39800 941-926-8797s
AC auto, good cond, ISUZU1999RODEOLS,V6, HONDA 1991 CUB 2
Welk mi, grig owners. Pwr pack Silver 5-spd storke auto needs air
Wellmaintained. 77K mi, 'perfect condo filter & batter, $700
$3200.813-651-4182 $5995 obo. OBO 813-782-2664
FORD 2005 E150 Cargo 727-375-7425,439-2277 LEAVEMESSAGE a
Van, 24K miles, ISUZU 2001 Rodeo Sport Honda2000 Shadow, 1100
$17,000OB 00 mi. auto, 2WD, 4 ccv twin shaft dr, water
on cyl.silver, non-smkr,2 cooled looks runs and
y 813-681b-9865 sunrf, looks &runsgreat sounds great, loaded.
GMC 1994 Cargo Vandura $7K obo. 813-689-4690 $4600. 13-633-3762 B
G2500,Wht, V8,3055.0L, JEEP 1994 CHEROKEE, Kawasaki 2001 ZX6-R
5newtires,recenttune- 4WD White, cold A/C 3,000 mi, blue, mint
up, new battery, hitch, go9d interior, well cond, muzzy pipe. No
AC, cruise, am/fm radio, maint., good condition, scratches. $4899
20mpg hwy, 115K miles $2,199 080.813-985-3276 813-300-6950 B
vgc,$5000.813-888-9294 JEEP 1997 Grand Chero- KAWASAKI 2005 ZRX
HONDA2003 OdysseyEXL kee, loaded, new trans, 1200R, 1,700 miles,
Fully Loaded, Leather, CD, leather. 109k mi. green, all stock, show-
DVD, Ext Warranty, 40K, $4750.813-244-2042. room condition $6,900
Asking $23,500 Call 813-657-1271
813-235-6321 JEEP 2005 WRANGLER, Suzuldki 2001 DR 400 EZ
MAZDA 2001 MPV LX, 4x4, standard transmis- start, exc cond, $2995.
Red, 57k mi., Exc. cond., sion, loaded, A/C, 4K mi, Call Damn:
Seats 7, great for travel like new, 1 owner. 813-245-7761
MustSee $10,500obo $14,499.813-265-4444 TRIKE SHOP 1992 B
813-960-7914.966-1341 Lincoln 2000 Navigator Runabout VW Trike,
NISSAN Quest GXE, 1995 BIk/ran, 49k miles, navi- auto AM/FM/cass,l1ig
Van. Clean Great gationsystem, dualcp- tru mint cond. Mus 8
Shape, $2900 tains chairs towpkg, see! $11,500 or trade.
813-264-2988 $18,995.813- 35-0956 813-T79-4310 BN
0 "-- L I-j UNCOLN 2001 Navigator WANTEDSportBikes.Any
nS eCe BIk w/Tan int 62K mi, year, any cond. We pay
ndidy to buy Loaded Asking $19,500 cash. Top S$. Will pick
oirobo.y $$ Below Book up. Sales/Sery/Part &
TOYOTA 1992 Previa. Value!! 813-679-2770 Acc. 813-651-2522
Clean, Runs great, seats MAZDA 2002 TRIBUTE THROTTLE FACTORY BI
7 dual AC all pwr, SUV, 6 cyl, 4-dr, loaded. 63 Golf Carts
$3900.813-653-9090 69K ml ext warranty ,
$13,060 obo.
161 eSportUtility 813-732-2493 GOLF CARTS
3 vVehicles r 2002 Mountain wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Vehicles eer6IK m, 3rd row, all l elas. 3
BMW a 22XSpW itwr. Ithr' CD ailosar e 83-64-515 Ruski ,
Black, loaded with op- air,00 813-9 -0 Z 181637 j ATYs |
tions, 29K miles, excel- ,soo. 813-909-0926 -1 I IB
lent condition, $32,000 NISSAN 2001 Pathfinder ATV 2005 110 shaft drive 2
Please call 813-992-3599 4x4, well maintained in ATV, 4 cycle, 3 spd re-
BMW 2003 X5, 3.01, white excellent cond, original verse, electric start,
Kmisunrf owner, 65k, mtnc re- $1299.352-854-7279
optanlthr,30K mi.sunrf, aiell cords,6discCDO AC, au-t
81.3-93-.2968 it's. AELLOGOOD BUY.


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Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
BUICK 1956 SPECIAL 4
door hardtop, 91k mi.
new wide white tires &
btry. $3500 (813)
962-4793

CHEVY 1965 C20, Flat bed,
Olds motor, needs work
but runs. $1000 obo.
813-837-0931
Chevy 1970 Impala
Complete, good cond,
runs good, $4,800.
Only needs paint!
813-659-1634:426-2987
Chevy 66 Stepside
Plymouth 49 Deluxe
Chevy 54,81C-10 & 87C10
Pickup, All run.
813-598-6713
DODGE 1968 Coronet 500
Series 383hp, 89,320 orig
mi. Must See! $8K FIRM
Appt only. 813-857-7862
Ford 1968 Mustang
2 dr, 6 cyl, auto, maroon,
great shape. $5300
813-622-6912
Ford 1978 Ranchero, rare
GT, sty steel wheels, 302
V8, new parts, cover, FM
stereo, shop manuals,
chrome & electric good
runs great, needs rust
repair & paint, Fl title.
$1000 Gary813-884-3156
Jaguar 1939 SS100,
Replica. Excellent cond.
Cream/black w/hard
and soft tops. 1972 Ford
V4 engine. Low miles.
$14,000.954-236-3886.
LINCOLN 1978 Mark V,
Diamond Jubilee. Blue in
& out, 460 eng., sunroof,
bucket seats. $3800.
Brksvlle: 352-796-8883
MERCEDES 1981 3805L
w/560 upgrades, 65K,
champagne & saddle,
w/rear seat. New top,
hard top. Must see.
$14,000.813-920-0883
MERCEDES 1983 3805L
new top & interior
black, 133k, A/C $9,500
813-545-0774
)LDS 1972 CUTLASS S
CONVERTIBLE, NEWLY
RESTORED, Rocket 350,
AC, Wht/Brown $19,850.
813-253-2347
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGTTR3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cash buyer will pick up.
(407)620-6295
649 1 Automobiles |
"4 I For Sale

004 ACURA A-SPEC TL
18Kmi Slvr, Auto, Navi,
EXTRAS, Must See
$31,950,813.391.4208
ENTLEY 2001 Amage.(R)
Red Label, Magnolia/at-
meal, chrome rims, nav.
system, fully loaded, 2
owner car, garage kept,
factory warr. to 2008,
21K mi, all books/re-
cords, extra key. Never
any damage. Pristine
cond. Asking $127,500
obo Trades considered.
Located in St Pete. (Cell)
765 977-1215
MW 1993 5251T Wagon,
100K, Green, leather,
sunroof, CD, great
shape. $5600 OBO.
Call813-335-4388.
MW 1998 528i, must see!
69K mi, white/beige
Ithr, pristine cond, ga-
rage kept, 6 airbags,
A S, PS, cruise, 8-way
pwr driver & pass seat,
dual climate, sunrf, pre-
mium pkg, alloy whis,
fold down rear seats, cd
chgr. $17,900 obo
813-205-6161
MW 1998 M3, white, 4
door 59,500 miles, great
condition $15,000.
813-915-8666. '

MW 1999 323i 4dr sedan,
premium pkg, sunroof
71,500 mi, excellent
condition. $13,750.
813-903-9343
MW 1999 Z3, BLACK
w/tan leather, 61K mi,
below book at $15,700
Call 813-695-2726
MW 1999 Z3 Cony. 81K
Exc. Shape, New Tires &
Brakes, one owner Only
Dealer Serviced, $9,900
813-907-0825 918-1559
MW 2000 Z3 M Roadster,
26k mi, yellow, 5 spd,
$26.5o00. Garaged & Ex-
cellent condition.
727-514-2578
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S64 1 Automobiles
For Sale
BMW 2000 Z3, Red/Tan,
2.5 5spd, power/leath-
er/woodgrain/chrome,
, 110K mi., $12,500 negot.
727-504-4818
BMW 2001 325i, 60K mi,
Sport/Luxury pkg. Tint,
annual, Sunrf, Blue &
Grey, Warr'y u to 100K.
$19K obo. 813-727-8408
BMW 2001540i white, low
miles loaded! Immacu-
late. $25,500
813-748-9139
BMW 2001 Z3 39 000 mi,
Black, Coupe, 5 Speed, 2
WD, 6 Cyl. VIN#:
WBACK73451LJ15155
$22,000,Must See (727)
376-0833
BMW 2002 M3 converta-
ble, SMG, 19" rims, pre-
mium sound, cony, steel
grey, 16k mi all options.
$41,000.727-667-2165
BMW 2003 325i 23K mi,
Auto, Sunrf, Lthr, Perfor-
mance pkg. Exc. Cond.
Metallic pnt Fact Warr.
$26,500.813-752-3274
BUICK 1986 REGAL, 2
door V6 runs & looks
good. $1,200 OBO.
813-713-4586
BUICK 1993 REGAL LIMIT-
ED 4dr 119K miles, runs
great, $1,700. Please call
(727) 207-6901
CADILLAC 1993 DEVILLE,
4 dr, white, blue ra top,
blue leather, a/c, load-
ed, clean, runs excel-
lent 120K miles, $1800.
Must sell. 813-766-2441
CADILLAC 1994 Con-
course, A/C, fully load-
ed, Ithr seats, low mi,
runs exc, immac. cond.,
$4,000obo 813-453-0124
CadBlac 1997 Catera,
Ivory/bone leather,
new tires/brakes,
99K miles. $5200.
Call 813-910-0599.
CADILLAC 1998 El Dorado
ETC 44k, like new in &
out, crimson red, white
vinyltop, loaded, includ-
ing 12 disc CD player,
garaged, car is show-
room cond. $13,900.
Homosassa 352-628-1954
CHEVY 1994 CAVALIER,
runs great, low mi, AC
5-spd, new clutch $150
obo. 813-843-9568

CHEVY 1996 Impala Super
Sport, 79KMiOrig Own-
er, $15,000 obo
Serious inquiries only
863-471-6102 214-9509
CHRYSLER 1996 Sebring,
conv, JXI V6, loaded,
Ithr, only 74k m, all re-
cords. $5000.
813-732-7069
CHRYSLER/Plymouth
1998 Breeze, A/C, auto,
PS, PB, PB, cruise, 71K mi,
non smoker, very clean.
$4,500 obo 813 689-5880
CHRYSLER 2000 Concord
LXI, 1 owner, loaded,
Ithr, 30k mi, immaculate
garaged, non-smkr
$9450 obo 813-340-8700.
CORVETTE 1998 gar. kept,
black 05 chrome whis,
12 CD, extras. 87k mi,
nice car. $21,500 obo.
813.232.5253
DODGE 1972 Charger
Drag car, BB 413, runs
Pro ET, too many items
to list! $4,500 obo Lets
go racing( 813.237.8773
DODGE 1997 AVENGER
Sport, auto, V6 CD
loaded, mnroof, 102K
mi, burberry int. Black
ext. $3000 813-494-2837
FORD 1993 PROBE silver
tinted win, blk int, 105K
mi, exc cond, new water
pump, thermostat & ra-
diator, AC blows cold.
$1500obo 813-966-7672
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I491 Automobiles 1649Automobiles 6 49i Automobiles
For Sale | For Sale For Sale
Lexus 2001 GS 300, white, MERCEDES 2003 C240
FORD 1993 Taurus tan leather,all options, Exc. Cond. Burgundy
good cond low mi, new flawless in & out, 57k, /grey. Auto sunrf,
tires, needs enginework certified pre-owned, Warry 4 yr/50K mi.
$1200. Call 813-961-8779 $21,900.813-610-8778 $25,900813-966-9788
FORD 1995 Crown Victo- LEXUS 2001 GS 300 BIk MERCURY 1993 GRAND
ria,LikeNew,32KMi,AII w/Tan int Sunrf, Spoil- MARQUISE 117K, full
Power, 1 Owner, er, 51k mi, Lexus Cert. options, new tires runs
$5,000 Exc. Cond.$21.5K obo. smooth, cold AC. $1199.
I 813-654-0331% .Call 813-426-5010 813-966-4563
FORD 1996 Crown Vic, LEXUS 2002 LS430 MERCURY 2000 Grand
High miles, runs great gold tan, new Michelins Marquis, red 82K,
exc cond cold air, must nicely equipped, 31K perfectcond. owner,
sell! $2000 obo. miles, immaculate! $6900, days 813-340-0869
813-393-6358 $32,000 (863) 318-1318 eves 249-6232
Lexus 2003 RX300- Gold MITSUBISHI 1993
nsp acted color,25K miles, ECLIPSE 118K mi, $500
1 owner, warranty full or better offer, Must
andlreodyto buy loaded. $28,000 Sell, Bad Transmission,
Ford 1997 Escort, 67k mi, 731-8863 or 961-8986. oodproject car (813)
red. clean, excellent UNCOLN 1998 Towncar 454-342
-961-7026 b beautiful lightblue w Mitsubishi 1994 Eclipse-
813-961-7026 Ithr int, well maintained 128K, 5 Spd, A/C, fully
FORD 1997 Mustang con- in great condition loaded, excellent
vertible, White, 1 owner, $5,950.813-655-8000 condition! Must see!
all power 6cyl 5 speed, UNCOLN 2000 TOWN CAR $2300.813-454-5971.
50booo 9 88o Sig, 56K, extra clean, MITSUBISHI 1995 Galant
Cal813-956 newtires, Ithrseats, ES,newpaint,exhaust&
FORD 2000 TAURUS 5E cass/6 CD chgr, rear ac. aftermarket rims/tires
silver like new condo $12,995813-966-4563 nt/ext immac, runs ,rf
rey interio115K m LINCOLN 2003 Signature $2850 obo 813-655-6640
,50obo. 8-571-1014 Series, loaded,_21k mi MITSUBISHI 1998 Spyder
or daytime83-301-4063 nosmoke, warranty, sellhite w/ tan
FORD 2003 FOCUS due to health. $24000. top, Cony t all pwr,
Red, auto,PS, P, very 813-835-4790. 293-136 1 owner dealer svcd,
clean, nice car! Great MAZDA 1991 Miata New $5,500813-355-6358
gasmiea e!$7A850. Call Top, NewTires You can unload your
o13-689-039 fter4pr. $3i,000 OBO washer with an ad in ap-
FORD 2003 Mustang con, 813-689-3073 pliances, class 416.
PW locks cruise, tilt, 813-679-0597
AC, '6 disc CD chnor 37k MITSUBISHI 2002 Eclipse
mi, balance of 10ok mi Mazda 1991 Miata GT Spyder, 4 cl cony
warranty, lthrint.$15,500 Convertible Silver/blk int gray/blktoprs, V6,
obo813-677-1757 Beautiful. $4900 32k 'mi, C16,500 obo
FORD 2003 MUSTANG GT 813-361-6457 Cool Car! 813-956-0803.
Owned & Driven by e- miles icecoldA/C new- 35th Anniv, 4.6L99 GT ConSpd,
nior Citizen. 39K Trip mi. ish tires, runs good.
Priv. Sale, $17,900. May -, 95 loaded ex condo, new
be seen at 201 E. Baker 813-16-8079 A/C & A tires low mi,
St Plant Ci, LENIA $13,500813-85s-7733
813-719-303' MAZDA 1997 MILLENA NISSAN 1995 2405X SE,
Honda 1995 Accord EX 2 Dark Blue Ato 66k, garaged,5spd, A/C,
dr, 138K mi, lowered, (727) Qfli10 bo mn rf, alarm, spoiler, svc
audio system, engine records, great cond
maintained well. $2400 MAZDA 1998626 warran- $5500813-655-3450
obo 813-477-9824 ty on engine 500oo miles
13or 5 month fully NISSAN 1997 ALTIMA
HONDA1998CIVICEX2dr, equipped w/cb. Nice GXE, PW/PL, cruise CD,
snrf, CD,all ower,5spd, car. $3200. (813) alarm, new tires, 160k
great condition 94K mi 740-9089,941-915-9232. nmivery ood cond
$6,500 Call 813-766-500 $3600 obo 8 3-597-1327
leave msg MERCEDES 1990 300E
Blue with Grey interior, NISSAN 1997 Altima LTD,
HONDA 2002 Civic, 2DR exc. cond., new trans & 4 dr, loaded, 146k m
coupe LX, 28K mi. auto, ice cold air sunroof beige, blue bkvalue, Pri-
lack, 1 owner, exc. $4 300.813-9d7-7562 vate owner. $3995 obo.
cond. $11900 obo mn 727-710-0842
813-963-699Y. 786-8885 s u tod NISSAN 2002 SER, 6 spd,
Honda 2002 Civic LX, manual trans, alloy
silver, 4dr,36kmi auto, andreadyto buy rims, also incl limited
ac, cruise, tilt, all pwr, MERCEDES BENZ 1991 sleep diff. $11,500 obo
mint cond. $11,706 300SL 75k, looks like'02 813-966-7596
813817-9338 model charcoal/gray, Oldsmobile 1998 Aurora,
HONDA 2002 CIVIC LX, hard/soft top. Always exccond, underwarran-
5spd, Maroon, am/fm garaged 813-962-6161 ty, like new interior. Avg
cass, non-smoker, 41K MERCEDES 1991 420 SEL retal $7800, sell $6500
miles. $9500. Call mint condition, 66K obo. 813-653-3624
(813)365-0061 miles, Blue/Grey, load- WantAds
HONDA 2003 ACCORD LX ed, sunroof $12,900.
4dr, 26K mi, exc cond, Call 813-908-0644TH
auto, d unallowro MERCEDES 199 SL0L, PLYMOUTH 1998 NEON,
auto, A, AB, power, MERCEDES 1992 500 Auto PDL Cruise, AC,
CD. orig owner. conv. + hard top, 46K $2506 obo.'813-866-7851
813-973-7099 original ml look s/runs
INFINITI 2000 130 69 000 like new ALL o tions.
mi Silver, Sedan, Ato. $21K 27.68.I56 Pontiac 1989 Bonneville,
MECDS19330 runs & looks good,
7WuA61kl $13,000 MERCEDES 1993 30 rebuilt transmission,
Must ee(727) 376-0833'slerw/greylthr,sn good gas mi. $900 obo.
INFINITY 2001 130, 185K phone, new tires, jus ampa415-260-7721
mi, auto, silver/black svcd. Immac con.
Ithr,newpartsw/warr, $8,500 obo 727-224-5002 PONTIAC 1997 Grand Prix,
od cond., runs we -GTP Su 0ercharged.
good condo runswell. Loaded, 0 FAST CAR!!
$4900 obo. 813.598.1237 rEsipeded $6100 cashprice or oss
INFINITI 2003 G35 SPORT, andlready to buy fin. avail 813-760-8888
38,000 mi, Silver Sedan,
5 Speed'2 WD' 6 C.i MERCEDES-BENZ 1996 PONTIAC 1999 Grand Am,
$22000,MustGo LUXU- S420 S-CLASS Smoke white, leather, new
RY2 813 949-5451 Silver, Sedan, Auto., tires loaded, low miles,
KI3 9 S4 ~ LOADED!, 8 Cyl $13,950 $5795 obo.'
JAGUAR 1998 XK8 Conv't Luxury! (813) 300-695 813-657-9215
white w/tan leather,
auto, 59Kmi.mintcond. MERCEDES 1998 E320 PONTIAC2004 Grand Am
like new araed wagon, white, tan leath- showroom cond, loaded
$19,500 727-458-4401 er,3rd seat 68K miles, V6, mint, 2 yr 24K ml
greatshape!$18,000obo warr 14K mi, $12,891.
JAGUAR 2000 S Type, sil- 813-254-5303 813-962-8058 317-5036
tint windows, sunroof,6 MERCEDES 1999 SL500 PORSCHE 1969 912, Wht
disc cd player 62k mi silver/silver, loaded, ext/Red int, fully
$14,500 813-982-0376 new tires, garaged, exc restored 3 yrs ago Great
cond. FRE hard top rk. mechanically. $10,900.
JAGUAR 2002 X Type Gm 92K.$27,500.334-8035 813-453-5934
Warr. $$r Below Book Mercedes 2001 E320- PORSCHE 2000 BOXSTER,
Value Asking $19000 White,45Kmiles,l own- 45K mi, Black/Grey
obo.813-679-2770 er, warr, 100K ml or 7 loaded, exc cond
yrs, exc. cond! $28,000 $22,000. 727-423-9932,F
Want Ads 731-8863 or 961-8986. 813-948-4016


6 Automobiles I
For Sale
PORSCHE 2004 996 Turbo
Cabriolet Celebrity
owned, Black/light
gray, nav. system, car-
Don fiber peg, chrome
turbo wheels, red cali-
pers, 6-speed, 7K miles
no paint work, all
books/records, extra
key. Asking $119,900
obo Trades considered.
Located in St Pete.
(Cell) 765 977-1215
SAAB 2004 9-5 ARC, 18k
miles, black, AUTO Ithr,
exc condition. $27,900.
813.994-7577

TOYOTA 1993 CAMRY LE-
V6, automatic, ice cold
air, 4 door. Immaculate
Condition! Must seeto
appreciate! Asking
$395 obo 813-873-1227
TOYOTA 1995 CAMRY-
Black, grey int., all pow-
er, new t res, 120K ml,
looks & drives like new,
$4000 obo. 813-484-2035
TOYOTA 1996 COROLLA,
Blue, 148K ml., auto,
cold A/C, runs like a
dream. $2799. Call
813-949-2904 245-6587
TOYOTA 1998 CAMRY 1
owner, fully loaded,
sunroof, 4 cyl, 107K mi.
All svc rec's. $6400
813-661-3095 Ive msg.
Toyota 2000 Camry LE,
84K mi.. newtires,
battery brakes. Exc.
shape. Moving, must sell.
$8,200.813-645-4335
Toyota 2001 Camry, auto,
power, CD/tape, alarm
keyless, 34k, one owner,
lease end. $11,600.
813-870-3164.
TOYOTA 2001 CAMRY SO-
LARA SLE V6, Lthr, all
pwr, 60,000 ml. One
owner $12,900 EMMA-
CULANT(813) 541-2422
TOYOTA 2002 CAMRY LE,
4cyl, Green 1 owner, dir
serviced, 38K ml., runs/
looks great. $14 500
OBO. 813-963-7896 Lv
Mssg or 813-786-2440
TOYOTA 2003 Camry LE
silver, loaded CD, pow-
er, keyless, alarm, new
tires, I owner mintcond.
$12,500 813-810-5541
TOYOTA 2003 MATRIX XR
36K mi, Gold, Auto. 2
WD, 4 New OEM tires
$12,650 OBO (813)
977-7747
TOYOTA 2004 Camry LE
Black/gray, automatic,
$16,500. CallV
813-505-4241
TOYOTA 2004 Corolla LE,
full pkgwd grain, ONLY
930 MILES must sell due
to health problem.
$14,287 813-601-8457
VW 1995 Jetta 4cyl,
5 speed, high miles, sun-
roof, white, needs
battery / transm. work
$1750 813-986-4109
VW 1997 Cabrlo Hi-Line
Conv. Green, grey Ithr,
125K miles, bspd, 6CD,
runs great exc cond.
$4900.813-335-2468
VW 1999CABRIO convert-
ible, A/C PW, PDL,117K
miles, c(assy, depend-
able good condition
$5,500 813-994-6042
VW 2002 JettaGLS, sun-
roof, cold AC, AM/FM CD
Auto Lthr 63k mi,
$12,500 813-973-2499
727-510-6353
$500 Police Impounds.
Hondas, Chevys,
Toyotas, etc. from $500.
For listing 800-749-8167,
ext 4124.


STampa 8424 SheldonRd. Valrico -1971S.R. 50
W N~ DIXIE Tampa 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd.
Tampa 4479 Gandy Blvd. Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market
America's Semwitr Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy. Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave. Seffner 725 N. Grove Cir.
Apollo Beach 6188 U.S. 41 Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave.
Brandon -1945 W. Lumsden Ave. Tampa 7851 Palm River Rd.
Brandon -179 Bloomingdale Ave. Thonotosassa 9535 E Fowler Rd.
Sun City Center 4445 Sun City Cir. Lutz 18407 U.S.41
Riverview 9822 U.S. 301 Lutz 2126 Collier Pkwy.




28 THE COURIER JUNE 30 2005


'"We didn't want to trust the

marketing of our most

important asset to

assembly line real estate"


Sure, we called a discount company. Who wouldn't?
We like saving money as much as anyone. We assumed the agent that came
over was going to represent us throughout the process. Turns out he was there
to sign us up on a six month agreement and that we would probably never see
him again. If an offer came in it would be negotiated by someone who had
never even seen our house. The "discounted
fee" was all for his company.
If we wanted other companies to sell it,
we would have to pay them too.
So much for saving money. BKLLER


We decided to call Keller Williams. With over
450 Million sold in the Tampa area last year we
knew we could trust them to get the job done.


WILLIAMS
REALTY


We did our homework. We interviewed three top companies. We asked the right
questions. We checked with the Better Business Bureau. We trusted the sale of our
most important asset to Keller Williams. You should too.
Phil Gamer


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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
[Ln er- Doier Rd 0 [Awining \1.
659.2600
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 F. Laura St,
752-7389
Mount Olive: 1113 W Madison St
flount Olive: Horton Rd,
".-.2628
APOSTOLIC
Asamblea Apostolica:
1501 Colson Rd, 737-3496
Ipostolic Church
of Jesus Christ:
1212 W Reynolds, 477-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Lithia, 685-4240
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
Thonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
11101N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-
Polk County Line, 752-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
309 SR 39 "52-1885
first Plant (litl
(harlie Griffin Rd,
I of SR39 S. "'52-3351
Fort. Ilafla: cornerr of South Hwy. 39
C u tilley Rd. "37-4656
Keistille: SR 640, 737-4803
flount lion:
1.i at Thonotowssa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey' (reek Rd. 737-3529
I i on- Worship Center:
(ountr line Rd. 754-6089
Srdnew: Svdnei Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of i dnei -Do er Rd, 659-0532
Turkey (reek:
turkey (reek Rd. 754-5372
BAPTIST
.lhaia. Furkei (reek Rd,
%. of SR 60,. 3'"3739
.Ilafla Baptist.
222. Itafia churchh Rd, 634-8845
Intioch- Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea" SR 39 S. "37-1232
Bethan\: (ork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel 01 I Renfro St,
"54-2239
Beulah. Illen L County Line Rd,
lltitia, '"'- 1122
Bible. (harlie griffin Rd,
"'52.28'"5
Burchu ood temple:
Iuclid Dr C SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
(edar 6rove: 1. Kersville Rd,
"3" 1234
centrall of lthia:
Pinecrest & Ketsville Rd
(burch on the Rock:
301 F. 11sobrook. "52-3740
(ommunit Christian:
1310 .N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
(rossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
"3" 1211
Doi er Eastside: Countryside Baptist
(hurch. 2820 Gallagber, 571-8200
Dorer First: .. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Fastside: 1318 F. Calboun St,
"54-2681
fast Tbonotosassa- Mclntosb
6 Knights-6riffin Rd, 986-4346
faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. 754-6661
Hrst Baptist Church of Midway:
fidway Rd. "52- '209
first Baptist Lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
lithia-Pinecrest Rd. 737-1121
First Plant City:
503 A. Palmer. "52-4104


First Thonotossa Itissionar:
.Ilintosh Rd. 986-i'6"%
Harmon 'I Baptist church .
6008 Ui Anights Griffin Rd.
986 7165
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy,
752-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
752-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
754-5278
Mount Morlah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W Ball St,
754-3834
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside:
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh Baptist Church:
905W Terrace Dr., 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Community Church:
907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11308 Welcome
Church St. (813) 737-2288
Westside: 2503 W Granfield Ave,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Little Union:
15510 County Rd 39, Lithia
634-4754
Salem Primitive:
14402 Salem Church Rd., Sydney
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N.Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
McntosbRd, Nof SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHIRURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:


5209 Smith. Rals Rd
Doorr: Don nine ,. 659 2900
Plant (it.-: 2103 Iudlake Rd.
"2 4591
lurkte (reek: lurkey (reek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa:
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway N.,
Seffier, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists forJesus Tabernacle:
SR5'4. F. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Groulbh (enter-
1310 ,V. Shannon, '19-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 1. Iomlin s, "54-IS3
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, W of SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church ofJesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W Mclin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough Ave,
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: .US. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian
Orthodox Church:


Trinity United

Methodist Church
402 E'Filisti Plum City

Sunday Worship n 10:30am
Inspiring Music
.irecrcd b' Lind-, '.. ill r.. lohnston
P, /'eifid Bible Preaciing
by Pastor Gary Brady
Children's Worship
conducted by
Jeri Moulds, Children's Pastor
(simultaneous with Adult
..I. h-;p Ser,;;e1
God's Squad Youth Service
led b'. Tres Morri. 'ouith Pastor
*unJ i) :d 'pm-
752-9316

3820 Moores Lake Rd,
Dover, 659-0123
PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
Neev Hope Worship Center:
803 W Mahoney St, 757-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake & Holiness
Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W. Reynolds St, 752-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W. Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd,
752-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St,
757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hwy at
Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St, 752-9316


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Off of 574 Dover)
Sunday Masses
7am,10:30am & 12:15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(Off I-4, Exit 21 South)
(813)752-8251 t,
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant Cify
303 N Evers 5-.et
Downtown Plant City
i cro-. trom Cr 1- uiJ pjrar'kir : .n
754-3'519
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SHILOH

BAPTIST
CHURCH
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9 00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 am and 6.00 p.m
Tuesday Night
Women's Scrapbooking Club
6:30pm
Wednesday Night Worship
6:15 p.m
Activities for Children
& Students. 6 00 p.m.


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JUNE 39, 2O5.*.T I~Q:PJI P 11


WORSHIP


OFFERINGS

Gospel sings
Here is a rundown of
upcoming gospel sings:
Church of God of Proph-
ecy, 11607 Grovewood Road in
Thonotosassa, will host a
gospel sing featuring the Pre-
stin Sisters, the Spiritual Ser-
vants and others on July 2.
Call: Dee Pitts, 752-2778.
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church, 5447 Turkey
Creek Road, will host a gospel
sing featuring the Three Plus
One quartet at 7 p.m. Refresh-
ments to follow.
Mount Zion Assembly of
God, 3005 Thonotosassa Road,
will host its Friday Night
Gospel Sing July 15 at 7 p.m.
The church will welcome the
QP Truett Family of Plant City.
A freewill offering will be


taken.
Call: 752-1614.

'God and Country Day'
Lone Oak Missionary Bapt-
ist Church, 3505 W. Lone Oak
Road, will celebrate "God and
Country Day" July 3 during: the
11 a.m. service.
The Junior Life and Sanctu-
ary choirs will present special
programs followed by a picnic
lunch.
Call: 754-5278 or 754-1816.

Watermelon party
First Baptist Church of
Pleasant Grove, 7725 S. Turkey
Creek Road, will host a water-
melon party July 9 from 3 to 6
p.m.
There will be games includ-
ing a watermelon eating con-
test, watermelon toss and seed

See OFFERINGS, Page 15


DEATHS

Beavers
William D. Beavers, 85, of Plant City died
June 22.
He was born in Easton, Pa., and moved here
from Sayerville, N.J., in 1987.
He was an accountant, a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II, a member of the Sayerville Elks
Lodge No. 2011, and a Protestant.
He is survived by his wife, Jule; a son, William
W. of Sayerville; a daughter, Rosemary of
Arlington, Va.; two sisters, Ruth Latimer of Bra-
denton and Mary Keithler of Monroe Town-
ship, N.J.; and two grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Blevins
Polly L. Blevins, 69, of Plant City died June
25.
She was born in Marion, Va., and was a long-
time resident of the Plant City area.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by two sons, Terry of Tampa
and Guy of Plant City; two daughters, Shirley


Soltis of Kansas City, Mo., and Geneva Ammer-
man of Plant City; a brother, Tam Dixon ol
Chilhowie, Va.; a sister, Josephine Callahorn ol
Chilhowie; four grandchildren; and one great-
grandchild.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Graves
Jerry "Buddy" Graves, 64, of Plant City died
June 21.
He was born in Springhead and was a life-
long resident of the Plant City area.
He was an operating engineer, was a member
of the International Union of Operating Engi-
neers Local 925, the Moose Lodge No. 1668, a
lifetime member of the Disabled American Vet-
erans, and a member of the Plant City Church
of God.
He is survived by a sister, Barbara Jean
Graves Kersey of Plant City; three nephews,
four nieces; and many other family members
and friends.
Haught Funeral Home.


See DEATHS, Page 15


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