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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE
21, 2005 SERVING PLANT
City officials are
concerned that a
ment on Gordon
Street could stress
the roads in the
Plant City police have
enlisted the help of
other agencies in the
search for a murder
Record-high gas prices
mean record-high chunks
out of the bottom lines of
By TONY MARRERO
John Shivers remembers the good old days of
Back then the independent trucker paid 65
cents per gallon to fill his tractor-trailer rigs with
How times have changed.
Now, Shivers, owner and president of Shivers
Exempt Xpress in Plant City, is paying between
$2.39 and $2.50 per gallon for diesel fuel. That
translates to more than $600 to fill the 240-gallon
tank of his 1997
Eagle rig, one of '
nine trucks the g
Plant City native
uses to haul pro-
duce to. and from
Florida, as far
north as New
The higher gas
prices mean .
much bigger hits
to his bottom Shivers is reflected in the
line. fuel pump after filling his
"We're surviv- tank with nearly 90 gallons
ing but that's or $215 worth of diesel
about it," Shivers fuel.
said. "We have to
compensate for it somewhere, and we'll have to
pass it along to people who are shipping stuff
and go from there."
Shivers isn't the only one suffering. Businesses
in and around Plant City that rely on equipment
that suck down gasoline and diesel fuel are feel-
ing the pinch at the pump.
The situation hit a peak last week when gas
prices in Florida and in the Tampa Bay area -
broke a record on at least two consecutive days,
according to AAA Auto Club.
On July 15, the average price of a gallon of
regular unleaded in Florida cost a whopping
$2.32, which was on par with the national ave-
rage, said Randy Bly, spokesman for AAA Auto
See GAS, Page 12
A soldier's letter
from the past
could have been
John Shivers, owner and
president of Shivers Exempt
CALENDAR Xpress, fills up at a Plant City
station earlier this week. High
diesel fuel costs have cut into
the independent trucker's
CLASSIFIED profits. At right, Thomas
AGE 5 Schaub, president of Planscape,
Inc. in Dover, and vice-president
CROSSWORD Scott Pierce have a fleet of nine
trucks for their landscape
E 14 design, installation and mainte-
................. nance business. High fuel prices
FAMILY LIVING forced them to raise prices in
ME I the lawn care portion of the
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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
A legal representative of Tau-
rus Properties, an adult business
operator looking to locate in
Plant City, wants the city to iden-
tify specific areas inside the city
where adult businesses can be
The city commission will
consider at its regular meeting on
July 25 revisions to an existing
ordinance designed to restrict
adult businesses in the city. Offi-
cials want to update the lan guage
and make sure the ordinance,
written in the 1970s, is in line
with many legal decisions passed
regarding adult businesses since
Steve Mason, a lawyer in
Orlando, is representing the
adult business investors. He said
he filed a law suit in federal court
last month regarding his clients'
request to build an adult estab-
lishment near County Line Road
on U.S. 92. That is near another
adult establishment, Show Girls
Men's Club, located just outside
the city limits at 4210 U.S. 92 E.
The city's ordinance bans adult
establishments from operating
within 1,000 of one another.
"We are questioning the
restriction placed on the property
by' the city," Mason said. "The
building is some 650 feet from
(Show Girls), and we think it
would be an ideal location, out in
the middle of nowhere."
Pegardlte.. of whether the
revised ordinance is approved by
the city commission, Mason
wants the city to identify where
See PROPERTY, Page 2
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2 TECOUwiE JULY 21,2005
Green side up
Workers lay sod along the
banks of Sam Cooper Pond,
a passive recreational area
and retention pond under
construction off Jenkins
Street in the Lincoln Park
neighborhood. The pond will
help alleviate flooding in the
area during heavy rain
expected expenses to
remove dirt from the area
and increased costs to install
an electrical system will
cause the project to come in
slightly more than the $1.65
million budget, city officials
estimate. The project has
also been delayed by rain
but is expected to be
completed by the third week
of August, said Jim McDa-
niel, the city's community
Continued From Page 1
the adult businesses can be located within the
"Constitutional law says that there has to be
areas suitable by code or ordinance where adult
entertainment businesses can be located,"
Mason said. "We want the city to identify those
areas before the ordinance is approved. Resi-
dents should have the opportunity to see where
adult businesses can or will be located."
City Manager Dave Sollenberger said last
week the city is under no obligation to identify
the acceptable locations for adult businesses
prior to a request for licensing. He made it clear,
however, that there were such places.
Mason said the courts will force the city to
identify the appropriate areas if the point is
brought up during the litigation.
"The city can't hide these locations. The peo-
ple have a right to know where the businesses
will be operating," Mason said. "Or the public
meeting regarding the ordinance will be a moot
The July 25 meeting will include a public hear-
ing on the revised ordinance. The meeting
begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Sadye Gibbs Martin
auditorium in City Hall, 302 W. Reynolds St.
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Tampa Bay Inc. will host a
ship drive for parents to
sign up their children for
the upcoming school year
Jul\ 21 from 5 to 7 p.m. at
the West Plant City Boys
and Girls Club, 901 S.
Each child will receive a
book bag and school sup-
plies for the upcoming
Call: Sharon Moody,
Kids fishing derby
The Plant City Recrea-
tion and Parks Depart-
ment will host its fishing
derby July 23 at the Randy
Larson Four-Plex, 1810 E.
Park Road. Registration
will start at 8 a.m., with
fishing from 8:30 to *11:30
a.m. Age groups are 6 to 10
and 11 to 15.
Contestants can pre-
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The Unity in Plant City
Communities Back to
School Expo 2005 is set for
July 23 from noon to 7
p.m. at Snowden Park. 901
For more information.
or to find out how to join
the planning team, call
478-0246 or 757-6459.
The Plant City City
Commission meets the
second and fourth Monday
of each month at city hall,
302 W. Reynolds St.
The next regular meet-
ing is slated for July 25.
See CALENDAR. Page 12
JULY 21,2005 THE COURIER 3
Gordon Street Report Issued
GOOD, BAD NEWS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Approval of a development
proposed on North Gordon
Street could be affected by
findings reported to the city
commission by the city
manager July 11.
City Manager David Sollen-
berger informed the commis-
sioners about a recent
engineering department study
reviewing utilities and right-
of-way along Gordon Street,
which runs in part between
Baker Street and South Front-
age Road, that suggests the
street might be close to its
maximum traffic capacity.
The development, situated
on a 23-acre parcel just south
of Interstate 4 known as the
McIntosh Property, is zoned
R- 1A, single-family residential,
with lots smaller than 7,500
square feet. The developer,
M/I Homes, seeks to change
the zoning to R-1, allowing
6,000 square feet per lot. The
change would allow fewer
than 10 additional homes in
the development, builders
said. That would still mean
roughly 85 homes.
The planning and zoning
department had recom-
mended the change in lot sizes
be approved. On April 14, the
city planning board approved
the change 6-0.
But complaints from resi-
dents at the city commission
meeting prompted the city to
take another look.
Residents contended the
road could not handle the
increased traffic. Residents
also complained about the
lack of sidewalks and lighting
and said arterial roads used to
exit the area would be inade-
quate for the increased traffic.
The city commission voted
to postpone a decision on the
request for the zoning modifi-
cation. The recently released
traffic and utilities study may
further delay the developer's
GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
A traffic study done by the city engineering department has determined that the right of way for
East Spencer Street is not adequate to handle a large volume of two-way traffic. Spencer Street
was considered as a viable route to reach North Park Road from North Gordon Street for resi-
dents in a proposed development that would substantially increase traffic flow in that area.
According to Sollenberger's
July 11 report there is suffi-
cient right of way along Gor-
don Street to place sidewalks.
But traffic is a concern.
"The city initiated traffic
counts on June 16 though June
19 to gather preliminary
information on existing traf-
fic," Sollenberger said. The
counters were placed just
north of the Gordon Street,
Spencer Street intersection.
Between 943 and 1,101 cars
traveled the road in a 24-hour
day, he said.
While that number seems
manageable with today's traf-
fic flow, increased traffic
caused by further develop-
ment in the area, without road
improvements, may cause
problems. Sollenberger said
the new Gordon Oaks subdivi-
sion, coupled with the pro-
posed McIntosh development,
could possibly double the
expected traffic count.
"To mitigate the additional
traffic impacts a study should
be performed to investigate
alternative traffic routes from
Gordon Street to Park Road,"
One of those alternatives
would be Spencer Street, a
narrow road that runs from
Gordon Street, east to Park
Road. Spencer Street seems
the logical exit for traffic wish-
ing to go south on Park from
the proposed McIntosh devel-
opment since Spencer Street
is on the southern border of
Sollenberger's report sug-
gested Spencer Street, unless
substantially improved, would
not be a viable exit to Park
"The right of way along
Spencer Street does not meet
the city required 50-foot min-
imum," Sollenberger said.
He reported that Spencer
Street is about 12 feet wide
from Gordon Street to Mary-
land Street, and varies further
to the east making the road
insufficient to handle two-way
traffic. He also noted there
'was a 2-inch water line bet-
ween Gordon and Maryland
streets that runs down the
south side of Spencer. A line
that size could not be expected
to add capacity for any future
development, city officials
A spokesman for M/I
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Railroad Crossing Nears Completion
GIVES ALTERNATIVE ACCESS
TO CITY VEHICLES
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
A second entrance will soon be open
to city property now housing the new
police station and the city's fleet main-
The only thing stopping vehicles
from entering the property from Jim
Johnson Road is the installation of rail-
road signal lights by CSX construction
crews. Installation of the signals is
- expected as soon as this week, city offi-
The old AutoNation property at the
southern end of Willamette Street, off
East Alexander Street, had only one
way in and one way out. Since March,
when the city first began staffing the $7
million renovated property, police and
fleet maintenance vehicles have
shared that single entry point.
"The Jim Johnson gate is an impor-
tant piece of the renovation," Police
Chief Bill McDaniel said. "In case of
any kind of emergency, it is important
to have a second access to the property.
The new gate will allow us to have
quicker access to the southeast side of
the city. The gate will also allow fleet
maintenance employees and vehicles
access to their work site without using
the police security entrance."
The entrance is not open to the pub-
lic. Visitors to the police station must
enter through Williamette Drive.
Locked fences will separate the two
departments, giving better security to
the police department offices and
vehicles. As it stands now, any vehicle
coming.onto the property for mainte-
nance, including garbage trucks,
buses, or any of the hundreds of cars
and trucks owned by the city, has to
Jack Deal, a CSX
tracks off Jim
July 19 where
railroad gates and
signals are being
installed. The new
allows for a
point to the city's
new police station
and fleet mainte-
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pass through the Willamette gate. That
requires a security check and allows
those vehicles into an area that will be
off limits to them when the Jim John-
son gate is open.
The city originally budgeted
$200,000 for the railroad crossing
construction. A change order increased
that amount by $12,000. But it is
doubtful the full amount will be paid to
CSX for the work. Part of that money
will go back to the city contractor,
Kathy Burke, the former director of
public works, told City Manager David
Sollenberger the city did some of the
inside-the-rail construction normally
done by the CSX crews.
"CSX has not billed the city for any
work or any flagman costs," Burke
said. "The CSX roadmaster did not
wish tdo the paving, so Mathews did
it. But the money needs to be charged
to the CSX allowance, not to Mathews'
Installation of the signals could still
cost the city as much as $180,000,
which has been the recent average cos1
by CSX to install crossings and signals
Jack Deal, the CSX project coordina-
tor, said the crossing could b open
within two weeks, if there are no com-
"Right now we are looking for TECC
to connect the electricity to the
system," Deal said on July 19. "Anothei
CSX crew will have to install sensors on
the track. And our crew will install sig-
nals and the crossing gates."
End of 'Beauty'
Melody Brown as Belle and
Nick Folkes as her father
Maurice perform a number
in Plant City Entertain-
ment's production of
Disney's "Beauty and the
Beast." The local theater
ends its run of the show
this weekend. Shows are
July 22 and 23 at 8 p.m. in
the auditorium of Hills-
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. Call: 928-
TONY NURREROIStaff photo
The Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department's Planteen Recreation
Center, 301 Dort St., offers the follow-
ing schedule of activities
8:30 to 9:30 a.m., Senior Aerobics*
- low-impact aerobics. All ages and
ability levels welcome. Free. Call:
9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Strawberry Rug
Hookers- The club members gather to
share instruction and fellowship while
they rug hook. The cost is $25 annu-
ally. Meet from September to May.
Call: Joyce, (863) 853-1947.
- 6 to 7 p.m., Jazzercise* dance fit-
ness program. Each 60-minute class
offers a blend of jazz dance and exer-
cise science choreographed to music,
including Top 40, jazz, country, funk
and classics. The cost is $30 per
month. Call: Donna, 986-4267.
.7 to 9 p.m., hip-hop/break dancing
- beginning-level break dancing
classes and more. $20 registration for
both popping and beginning break
dancing, $8 per class or $12 for both in
the same night. First night is free with
registration. Call: 612-9485; or e-mail
7:30 to 10 p.m., country line danc-
ing- for beginners or those who would
like to polish what they know. Chil-
dren and adults welcome. Call: Donna,
See PLANTEEN, Page 5
MANHUNT INCLUDES ALL
BAY AREA AGENCIES
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Wilson Angelo Graham is in hiding.
Police have been looking for Gra-
ham since the June 11 shooting of
Jackay Lee Kelley. Kelley, a 51-year-old
Plant City resident, was shot in the side
yard of a friend Kelley was visiting late
Plant City police have conducted
their search for Graham, of Dade City,
primarily through law enforcement
agencies surrounding the Plant City
area, police said.
But Graham is no stranger to the
police in Plant City, said police Capt.
"Graham has family and acquain-
tances in Plant City, Tampa, Lakeland
and Dade City," Wilson said. "We are
requesting assistance from agencies in
all those jurisdictions for help in find-
ing Graham. We know that he is still
around. It is just a matter of time
before we get him."
Plant City police arrested Charles
Edward Thomas, another Dade City
resident, and charged him with first-
degree murder in the case. Thomas
admitted to his part in an attempted
robbery that led to Kelley's killing,
Thomas was stopped by police on
North Palmer Street about 30 minutes
after the shooting. He cooperated with
police and took them to where he dis-
carded a pistol he used during the
aborted robbery. Thomas admitted
firing his gun as he fled the scene that
night. But he insists that it was Gra-
ham who shot Kelley
with another gun.
The recovered pistol, a
.22-caliber revolver, and
the bullet that killed Kel-
ley were sent to the Flor-
ida Department of Law
Enforcement lab for ana-
Graham lysis and police are
awaiting the report, Wilson said.
"Jackay was wrestling around with
the man when I heard the gun go off,"
said Sam Pelham, the friend Kelley was
visiting that night "I went over to help
Jackay as the shooter ran into my
* house. Kelley said that
he couldn't breathe.
That is all he said."
Police said the bullet
entered Kelley's body
near his throat and then
toward his abdomen.
Thomas Kelley was pronounced
dead by medical attendants shortly
after the shooting.
Plant City detectives have ques-
tioned family and friends who may
have information about Graham's
"We also spoke with Polk County
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JULY 21, 2005 THE COURIER 5
Continued From Page 4
correctional officials and have asked a federal
marshal's task force to assist us in finding Gra-
ham," Wilson said.
Graham's only known arrest in Hillsborough
County came in December 2001. He was
charged with aggravated battery, escape and
possession of a small amount of marijuana.
Graham was released on those charges after
spending 287 days in a Hillsborough County
jail, public records show.
After the shooting in Pelham's yard both sus-
pects escaped on foot, running west on the CSX
rail line, eyewitnesses said. Police suspect that
Graham, who was driving a gray 1991 Mercury
Grand Marquis that belonged to Thomas' sis-
ter, reached the car first and left the scene with-
out communicating with Graham.
, "We know the car was driven to Dade City
that morning," said Sgt. Jim Shultz, the supervi-
sor of detectives in Plant City.
Continued From Page 4
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The car was left outside a residence in Dade
City and Thomas' father retrieved the vehicle,
not knowing it was used in a homicide. Thomas'
sister then drove the car back to her home in
Sumter County, where police contacted her
and searched the car for evidence. Nothing
tangible was recovered from the vehicle, police
Kelley was born in Florence, S.C. He came to
Plant City as a 8-year-old, attending Lincoln
Elementary, Marshall High School and gradu-
ated from Plant City High School in 1972. He
was employed for a time at a Mulberry mining
company. He often worked at a local conven-
ient store and was well-liked in the community,
Shultz said the police have been in contact
with family members since the shooting.
"We have told Mr. Kelley's family that we are
confident Graham will be found and brought to
justice," Shultz said. "We have expressed our
regrets and assured them we will do everything
necessary to bring the killer to justice."
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Haar is the son of Lea Ann and Kary L.
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Dog Days Don'tEnd
After Baby Arrives
Recently, I was walking my
dog, Durham. with my 4-
month-old baby boy, Ry,
when a couple stopped.
"What a beautiful boy you
have," they gushed. "How
old? What's his name? Does
he bite?" There we stood,
talking about my dog without
any mention of the little
person in my
are a unique
there is no
them here in
REBECCA New York City
KLEIN where people
spoil their dogs
Columnist with everything
dog food to custom-made
beds. There is even a doggy
day care and a doggy hotel,
complete with a bone-shaped
In our 10 years together, my
husband and I have had two
dogs, both red Dobermans
and each a big part of our
family. Neither ever saw the
inside of a doggy hotel, but
our first dog, Jader, traveled
everywhere with us on
vacations to New Mexico,
Colorado, Canada and even
stayed with us at The Four
Seasons in Los Angeles a few
times. One winter we took
him to Paris where he was
received more warmly in
restaurants and hotels than
we were. Our current dog,
Durham, has it pretty good,
So what happens when
devoted dog owners like us
have a child, as we did this
past spring? When our arms
are suddenly filled, every hour
of every day, with a baby and
all his baby things?
Before we had Ry, I used to
Rebecca E. Morgan and Whit-
ney F. Powell were married June
25 at 6 p.m. at the Antebellum
Plantation Gardens in Stone
Mountain, Ga. The bride is the
daughter of Jane and Gary Morgan
of Plant City. The groom is the son
of Hilda Powellof Flowery Branch,
Ga., and Frank Powell of Dahlo-
The double-ring ceremony was
conducted by the Rev. Dwayne
Wellborn under a gazebo decora-
ted with tulle, ivy and rose garland.
Soloist was Lori Bean, who sang
"The Wedding Song," "Surely the
Presence," and "Through the Eyes
Matrons of honor were Heather
Taylor Polk and Heather Ellis
Bonfil, friends of the bride. They
were both dressed in fuchsia, tea-
length silk dresses accented by
their bouquets of orchids, day
lilies, daisies and babies' breath.
The groom was attended by
Does this look like a jealous dog? Your columnist's first baby
Durham, above, is adjusting just fine to the newest addition to
the Klein household, a baby boy named Ry.
give my husband "the Durry
report" at the end of each day:
How cute he was when he fell
asleep on his back with his
front paws stretched into the
air or when he chewed on one
end of his bone with the other
end stuck into one of our
shoes his way of incorporat-
ing something he is allowed to
chew with something he
knows is off-limits. We were
But that was before we
began taking care of someone
we hope to send to college
best man Patrick Powell, brother
of the groom; and Martin Camma-
rotta, friend of the groom.
Ring bearer was Matthew
Powell, son of the groom, who also
participated in lighting of the unity
candle. Flower girls were Emily
Powell, niece of the groom; and
Ashlyn Clark, friend of the bride.
Antebellum fans, decorated with
fuchsia ribbons with the bride and
groom's picture on one side and
the program on the other, were
passed out by Katie and Callie
Polk, cousins of the bride. The
reception followed the ceremony
at the Marina of Stone Mountain.
The bride is a graduate of Plant
City High School and Florida State
University. She is a representative
for Kraft Foods.
The groom is a graduate of
Cumming High School and works
in management for Publix.
After a week-long wedding trip
to the Caribbean, the couple are at
home in Cumming, Ga.
some day. Would we become
like the mom I saw pushing
her two children through the
neighborhood, her dog
walking a few feet behind
without a leash? The message
was clear: if you want food
and a warm place to sleep,
you'd better keep up.
The truth is, our dogs may
get pushed aside but they
stake their claim. I once read
a piece in The New York
Times about a man whose
See KLEIN, Page 9
Rain and heat may have
followed me to Nashville last
week, but they sure didn't
dampen my spirit visiting
with family and watching
the Tour de France and the
amazing Lance Armstrong.
I'm still a bit puzzled how
you can keep the yellow
jersey without taking the
stage wins, but I have a
feeling Armstrong, a cancer
survivor, is not just a
phenomenal cyclist, but an
expert strategist as well, and
he has an amazing mother
who raised him single
And speaking of moms, I
received the letter I told you
about when Dan Clark came
to town a few weeks ago for
the Photo Archive Gala and
Back in March of 1945, a
letter from Dan's mom
prompted him to write the
editor of The Courier:
"It was with a great deal of
pleasure I received a letter
from my mother containing
Millard Futch's report on
old Battery E, 116th F.A., and
the men I've soldiered with."
Dan wrote. "Now they are
on one side of the world and
I am on the other, but
wherever the men of the old
outfit are, we all know
they're giving everything
they've got for what they
know is right.
"When I joined the battery
in 1939, Major Hull, then
Captain Hull, was
commanding officer. Butch
Corbett was chief of the
fourth section; Happy
Adams was instrument
corporal; Hannah Moore,
Dave Ballard, Earl Beau-
champ, Charlie Smith, Ed
Moran, Jake Lister and all
the others who aren't there
now, had yet to move into
the present positions. There
are other names which were
on the roster when we went
to Blanding in 1940 that
aren't there now "Doc"
Dempsey, Shorty Rentz,
Raymond A. Paschall,
Broward Huggins, Clarence
Bolander and others,
familiar to people around
"Another character who
deserves special mention is
Clarence L. Nixon, or Nick.
He's a grand guy. I left the
outfit in '41, and since then
our paths have diverged,
theirs leading to the South
Pacific and mine to Ger-
many via England, France,
Belgium and Luxembourg. I
have a battery of my own
now, and to me it's the best
darned battery in the
European theater, if not the
army. We've had our share
of trouble over here, too,
especially in the latter part
of Dec. '44. The only differ-
ence in the uncivilized
natives here and those in the
Pacific is that these are
white. But [regardless of
who we are fighting], I'm
sure most of us are looking
forward to the time when
the only thoughts of conflict
and war are those of
'Remember the time that...'
or 'Lemme tell you what
happened to me...'
"The members of old
Battery E used to tell some
tall tales and I'm waiting
anxiously to swap some
yarns with those guys from
the other side of the war.
Captain James D. (Dan)
Clark, Somewhere in
When I got the copy of the
letter, at the bottom Dan
had written: "These have
probably lost any value." I
would disagree. Sixty years
later, mothers are still
writing sons who are
fighting wars, and soldiers
are still looking forward to
the time when war is but a
memory. Thank you Dan -
some things will never
I've been asked to remind
you not to forget the special
event at Snowden Park, 901
Waller St., on July 23 spon-
sored by Blessed Occasions.
It's a back-to-school "Unity
in Plant City" event from 12:
30 to 6:30 p.m.
The idea is to promote fel-
lowship and enhance love
and a trusting relationship
between families, law
government and community
leaders. There will be free T-
shirts to the first 100,school-
age children and free school
supplies for all school-age
students up to 18, as well as
free food. Call Angela Dixon-
Joseph at 478-0246 or 752-
9511 for information.
There's another round-
table group working to
improve relations in town, a
race relations discussion
group, which met at the
Plant City library on July 19.
Until Jean Hehn told me, I
wasn't aware that Hills-
borough County has a high
number of hate crimes,
particularly against African-
Americans and Hispanics.
Call the library for
information to find out
about the next meeting, 757-
I rely on your submissions
to help spread the news.
Send items to gabylee@aol-
JULY21, 2005* .THE COURIER .9.
PCHS Class of '85
The Plant City High School Class of 1985
will host its 20-year reunion July 22-23 at
the Ramada Inn Plantation House, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Information: 874-9967 or
The Christian Women's Club of Plant
City will host its "Sun, Sand and Shore"
luncheon Aug. 2 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
'Beauty and the Beast' final shows
Plant City Entertainment Inc. ends its run
of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" July 22-23
at 8 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. Call: 928-1259.
Excerpts from 'The Little Mermaid'
The Plant City Children's Theatre will
present excerpts from "The Little Mer-
maid" July 31 at 3 p.m. and Aug. 1 at 2 and
7 p.m. at HCC Plant City campus, 1206 N.
at Walden Lake Golf and Country Club.
There will be a presentation on "Young
and Chic" by Denise Young's Fashion and
Accessories Boutique. Guest speaker will
be Shirley Solid, who will speak on "picking
up the strands of life." Complimentary
child care available. Reservations: Carole,
759-1708; or Dinah, 717-9127; or e-mail
The Plant City Kiwanis Club meets
Wednesday at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St. Call: Ken Gibbs, 752-
Park Road. Admission is free.
The Plant City Lions Club seek used eye-
glasses and hearing aids. The club collects
the items for distribution to needy people
in Florida and other nations. To donate,
place the items in a "Lions Recycle for
Sight" collection bin at the following loca-
tions: the office of Drs. Humphrey and
Maggard, Strong Optical, 800 Optical, Wal-
Mart Optical, the office of Dr. Kulyk, Publix,
Kash n' Karry on Alexander Street and the
Meadows at Countrywood.
Continued From Page 8
family she still had so much left
for her dog. That was the first time
I realized the two don't occupy
the same space in one's heart.
They do, however, occupy
much of the same space in our
home. So a few weeks ago I
delivered what might have
seemed like the final blow to
Durham. I decided the 3-by-4-
foot crate he's slept in since he
was a puppy had to go. Even
though most dogs outgrow their
crates in a year, Durham still loves
his. He runs into it for afternoon
naps, to get away from the
vacuum cleaner or when the baby
starts to cry. But the bigger Ry gets
the more stuff he needs and the
doghouse is simply taking up too
I thought if I took it away piece
by piece maybe he wouldn't
notice. But a few hours after
removing the roof and door, I
found him lying on our bed with
his paws wrapped around his
head making odd, guttural
sounds. I had just taken his last
piece of security away. Decapi-
tated it right in front of his eyes. I
remembered something a friend
said to Durry a few weeks after Ry
was horn. She looked him in the
eye and said, very sincerely, "I am
so sorry for your loss."
While my husband and I
continue adjusting to our new
roles as parents, our dog is finding
his way in the new order of things,
too. It wasn't until about a week
ago that Ry even noticed Durry.
And now he sometimes cracks up
laughing at the very sight of him.
Durry, in turn, has warmed to Ry.
He mostly sleeps through his
crying now or goes over to sniff
his head as if to make sure he's
The other day I found him
chewing one end of his bone with
one of Ry's stuffed animals
pinned under the other.
And when he thought I wasn't
looking, he took the toy gently by
the snout and crept out of the
Rebecca Klein is a former
Strawberry Queen who now lives
in New York City and sends these
monthly dispatches. She can be
contacted at rebeccaklein-
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Club South in Tampa.
Last month, Florida's average price
was $2.16. One year ago, it was $1.92.
The highest prices in Florida last
week were in the West Palm/Boca
Raton area, at $2.38 per gallon; the
lowest were here in the Tampa Bay
area at $2.27 per gallon.
That's little solace for Scott Pierce,
vice president of Planscape Inc. of
Dover, which does landscape architec-
ture and installation, irrigation work
and lawn maintenance. The company
has a fleet of nine trucks that now
require nearly $2,700 worth of gasoline
and diesel fuel per month.
The company's lawn care work is
only about 10 percent of its total
business, but Pierce sent out letters
this week to lawn care customers to
notify them prices would rise an ave-
rage of 19 percent. It's the first price
increase in about five years, Pierce
"We did some hard number crunch-
ing because the bottom line was
decreasing," Pierce said. "It's just a
fact of doing business right now."
Several factors to blame
A number of factors have contrib-
uted to the record prices, Bly said.
Crude oil prices are at record highs,
recently hitting a record $62 per barrel.
"Tremendous domestic and global
demand" for that oil is causing prices
to soar, Bly said, adding that the situa-
tion is exacerbated by oil refineries
that are operating at maximum capac-
ity and barely keeping up with the
Hurricane Dennis forced the tem-
porary closure of oil rigs, shipping
lanes and refineries along the U.S. Gulf
coast. That particularly impacts Flor-
ida, which gets most of its fuel via
barges running from the Mississippi
River and Mobile Bay area, Bly said.
Even the threat of future hurricanes
can impact prices.
"This whole hurricane season has
(fuel) traders on edge," Bly said.
Once a cheaper alternative, diesel
fuel costs as much as premium gas
now, primarily because of the sheer
demand for it, Bly said. As well, diesel
is used to heat homes in colder climes,
and traders are concerned that there
won't be enough of a supply for the
It's those traders who have a big
impact on prices, said former longtime
mayor and city commissioner Mike
Sparkman, president of Sparky's Oil
Co. in Plant City. Sparkman owns 26
gas stations in central Florida and
hears the jokes and comments about
the high prices in his travels around
How does he respond?
"It's really the brokers who are
making out pretty well," he said. "Oil
companies have refined product but
have no place to store it, and they
dump it on brokers to sell. It's really a
Sparkman, in turn, must set higher
prices at the pump to make a profit.
Buddy Robinson, owner and presi-
dent of Presto Petroleum Inc. in Plant
City, agreed. He's been in the business
since 1976 and has been surprised by
the volatility of gas prices recently.
"It's amazing what can happen in
one day because of some rumor out
there," he said.
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Gas prices can vary widely depending on the size of the distributor. A distribu-
tor such as RaceTrac, which deals in high volume, can run a lower profit margin,
resulting in prices 10 cents or more cheaper than smaller, independently owned
stations, such as this Citgo on Baker Street. Florida's attorney general announced
this week that 22 RaceTrac outlets are being investigated for price-gouging
during Hurricane Dennis, but the Plant City location was not among them.
Robinson is a gasoline wholesaler,
selling fuel on a "cost-plus" basis to
fuel distributors such as Sparkman- in
Florida and Tennessee. Robinson is,
also at the whim of traders who set the
prices. He said he makes the same
profit margin on gas no matter what
The price at the pump also has
much to do with the size of the com-
pany. A distributor such as RaceTrac,
which tends to offer the least expensive
fuel prices, can sell at a lower profit
margin because of the sheer volume of
fuel it sells, while a neighborhood
station dealing in lower volume must
set higher prices, Robinson said.
Inventory also places a big role. A
smaller station that purchases fuel at a
high rate, then sees average prices
drop, can't afford to reduce its prices
or it will lose money on the fuel it
already has purchased and stored in
These factors are why a motorist can
see prices vary widely at stations
across the street from one another.
Trickle down economics
Other local businesses are grappling
with ways to absorb costs, and it
usually comes back to one thing.
"If it keeps going up, we're going to
have to raise our prices," said Heather
Wiggins, assistant to Kimball Wethe-
rington, president of Wetherington
Tractor Service in Plant City.
The company does underground
utility and site work for subdivisions
and commercial development. It has a
fleet of 17 dump trucks and various
other diesel-sucking heavy machinery
such as bulldozers and cranes.
Wiggins said the company in turn
has received letters from businesses it
deals with notifying them of price
hikes due to high gas prices. Pierce of
Planscape said the same; costs for
petroleum products such as PVC pipe,
which the company uses heavily for its
irrigation work, have soared.
Smaller businesses that have smaller
fleets or even just one or two trucks
- still face the same challenges. Fred-
die Mullis, owner of Freddie Mullis
Plumbing Inc. in Plant City, runs two
pick-up trucks for his business.
"They're nothing big, but we have to
have them to work," Mullis said. "We
got used to putting $30 dollars in the
truck, now we're using $60."
Mullis said so far he has absorbed
the costs to put off raising prices as
long as he can.
"But we'll have to eventually," he
End in sight?
Bly said prices might drop some, but
that the days of $1.50 per gallon are
likely gone for good. He added, though,
that American consumers might do
well to keep things in perspective.
"We still have some of the cheapest
gas prices in the world, and we've
gotten spoiled by it," he said.
Alternative sources are being con-
sidered to reduce reliance on fossil
fuels. Ethanol, a corn-based fuel
already used in some Midwest mar-
kets, has helped gas prices drop as
much 10 cents per gallon there.
Bly said the world may well already
be experiencing the necessary pains
that will come with "the end of gaso-
line." He said many are surprised to
hear that the United States hit its peak
fuel consumption back in 1976. The
world, however, has yet to do so.
"When that happens, we better darn
sure have our ducks in a row and have
alternative sources ready to go," he
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The commission will hold a public
hearing on revisions to the city's ordi-
nance regulating adult entertainment
at South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301
N. Alexander St., July 28 at 7 p.m.
There will time for mothers and
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or Anita Pippin, 362-6972.
Bereaved parents support group Back-to-school bash
Bereaved Parents of the USA will Transforming Life Ministries, 3805
host a.bereaved.parents support group TurkeyCreek Road is hosting a back-
to-school event July30 from 10 a.m. to
1 p.m. The free event consist of food;
water games; haircuts; health check-
ups; moon walk and slide; music;
drama skits; face painting; and back-
pack and school supplies.
Small business seminar
Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St., will host a small
business program series presented by
the Hillsborough County Small
Business Information Center July 30.
"Marketing and Advertising for Your.
Existing Business" will be from 10 a.m.
to noon; and "Financial Resources for
Your Small Business," will be from 12:
30 to 2 p.m. Registration is required.
See CALtNDAR, Page21
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Steve Mercer and I am a Plant City Native and will be the on site General Manager.
I have over 15 years experience in Golf Course management, turf management,
golf retail operations and golf marketing. I grew up playing PCGC and like many of.
you I have been disappointed in the condition of the course these post few years.
With the current condition of the course it will take several thousands of dollars in
materials and several thousand man hours to bring the course to playability again.
I am committed along with several core members to restore this great golf course
back to its previous glory but will need help from a fewvdedicated local golfers who
can see the vision of bringing the course back to life. I have put together A.course
improvement program including new greens, fairway repair and irrigation repair.
Where else should your membership fees go hut into the improvement of the course.
you play. This membership program is a very generous program to the golfer in what
golf privileges you will receive. We have already had over 80 members join and this
is a limited offer so sign up now.
Thank you, Steve Mercer
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Grace United Methodist
welcomes new pastor
The Rev. Louis F. Pomrenke
Jr. is the new pastor at Grace
United Methodist Church,
1801 E. Cherry St.
Pomrenke replaces the Rev.
Ronald Hubbard, who has
been reassigned to Keeney
Chapel in east Tampa.
"Pastor Lew" is an ordained
elder who came to Florida in
1998 after 30 years service
with the Western Pennsylva-
nia Conference of the United
He holds a bachelor's
degree in business adminis;
tration from the University of
Pittsburgh and a master's of
divinity from Duke Univer-
Pomrenke and his wife,
Audrey, live in Sun City
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., will
offer a synopsis of "truth-
quest: They All Can't Be Right"
July 24 from 5 to 6:15 p.m.
Youth- minister Tommy
Warnock will lead the study
for parents to help them
understand teens. .
Vacation Bible schools
The following churches will
offer vacation Bible schools:
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church, 5447 Turkey
Creek Road, will 'host! its
"Empowering the Son" vaca-
tion Bible school July 25-29
from 6;30 to ,9:30; p.m. each
The school is open to chil-
dren in kindergarten through
-the.6th grade. *,
-Call: 956-4678. -
..A..'Sydney Baptist Church,
1510 Cre Road, will offer the
"Ramblin' Road Trip" vaca-
tion Bible school for ages 4 to
12 July 25-29 from 6 to 8:30
A commencement and rally
will be July 30 at 4 p.m. There
will be a picnic and fellow-
Pleasant Grove Assembly of
God, 7051 S. Turkey Creek
Road, will offer its Mega Sports
Camp July 25-27 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
This faith-based camp is
free and open to all children
ages 5 to 12 on a first-come,
first-served basis. Camp
includes rallies with music,
Bible stories, object lessons
and prizes. Athletic volunteers
will teach the fundamentals of
basketball and soccer.
Lunch also will be provided.
Pre-registration is required.
Forms may be picked up at the
church office. Call: 737-1012.
Lord of Life July activities
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road,
plans the following events:
July.24 Christmas in July,.
The congregation's Hispanic
Outreach linist.v program
iniltes members and friends
of the church to'help provide
positive experiences for the
children of the Boys & Girls
Club of Dover. A Christmas
tree in the church building is
The Rev. Zack Browning, 88, of Lakeland
died July 9.
He was born in Dingess, W.Va., and moved
here from West Logan, W.Va., in 1968.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II
and a minister.
He was a member of Calvary Freewill Baptist
He is survived by his wife, Catherine; two
sons, Ralph E. of Grand Rapids, Mich., and
adorned with the names of the
children, along with their ages
and size information. In early
July, members and friends of
Lord of Life will come by the
church and select one or more
names from the tree. They will
purchase school clothes, wrap
them, put the child's name on
the package, and bring the gift
to the church on or before July
24. The gifts will then be taken
There will be a "Christmas
Carol Sing" prior to the
traditional service at 10:15
July 31 God and Country
Awards presentation. Nine-
teen elementary-age students
who grew deeper in their faith
by completing either the "God
and Me" or "God and Coun-
try" course will be presented
Church hosts drama ministry
Alafia Baptist Church, 222
Alafia Church Road in Lithia,
will host Trevor Thomas
Drama Ministries July 29 at 7
p.m. Call: Patti, 684-0081 or
Plant City Community
Church of the Nazarene, 2402
Mud Lake Road, will offer "J-
Force: Discovering the
Ultimate Truth," ac
Wedgeqday through Au
from 7 f7'8:30 p.m. The school
is 'for all ages. There will bp
Bible study, games, crafts,
music and refreshments.
Admission is free. Call: 752-
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Zack of Chicago; a brother, Charles W. of
Medina, Ohio; five grandchildren; and seven
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Bennie W. Chancey, 57, of Dover died July
He was born in Tampa and was a lifelong
See DEATHS, Page 20
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To advertise your church in our Church Directory. please call Natasha Davis at 865-4439.
lthka er. Dwer Rd & Downing St,
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Illen bapel 1109 E. Laura St,
Itount OI/ e- 1113 W Madison St
Iount Olite- Horton Rd,
1501 (olson Rd, 737-3496
1212 W. Reynolds, 477-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
1110 N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
Faith Temple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-
Polk County Line, 752-0532
3409 SR39 '. "52-1885
first Plant (ilv:
(harlie Griffin Rd.
W ofSR 39 S, "52-3351
Fort .lajla: cornerr of South lwy. 39
& Su'ille Rd. "3"-4656
Kesvrille: SR 640. "3"'-803
1-4 at Thonolosassa Rd, "52-1614
Turkey Creek Rd, 3"-3529
Vkltory Worship Center:
County line Rd. '54-6089
Srdner: Srdney Rd. 1/10 mi. E
of Srdner-Dover Rd. 659-0532
Turkey Creek Rd. "5.-53"2
.4hava: Turkey (reek Rd.
N. of SR 60. r3"-3"39
222 .lafia (Church Rd. 634-8845
.Intioch: Horton Rd, "3J-3240,
Berea: SR 39 S. "3"- 1232
Bethan': Cork Rd. "52-9209
Bethel. 804 V. Renfro St.
Beulah: .llen & (ountyu line Rd,
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd.
Euclid Or 6 SR 5"-. "52-3782
Calvary free Will:
3539 frapnell Rd f.
Cedar Grove: F. Ke.sille Rd,
Central of lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook. 752-3740
1310 ,N. Shannon Are. "5-4-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S. Pinecrest,
Dorer Eastside: C(outryside Baptist
Church, 2820 Gallagher, 571-8200
Dover First: N. Callagher Rd,
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
Last Thnoltosassa: Mclntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 f Washigon St. 754-6661
first Baptist rc of Midway:
Midway Rd. 752-7209
first Baplist Lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
1.ibia-Pinecrest Rd, 737-1121
First Plant City:
503 ,. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
McIntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W Knights Griffin Rd,
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Huy,
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Cotson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball St,
New Hope Freewill
3101 Srdne' Doer Rd.. DoIter
hew.' M.. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., '52-3985
'"00 V. Franklin St, "52-2'"9
Oakuood: .Airport Rd. "52-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 V. CEers St. "54-3261
Pleasant Grove first:
Turkey Creek Rd, "3"-2556
Shiloh Baptist Church:
9059. Terrace Dr.. "54-"7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road.
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:.
1804 S.R. 60F.. '3'-3668
St. Mfan' s Community Church:
90" E. Laura St.
Srdney: 1510 Cre Rd. 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
5447 Turkey Creek Rd,
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11308 Welcome
Church St. (813) 737-2288
Westside: 2503 W. GranfleldAve,
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
15510 County Rd 39, Lithia
14402 Salem Church Rd., Sydney
St. element: 1104 N. Alexander St,
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
Cork. Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway N.,
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713Alsobrook St, 3618190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
.Alien & Ilaines 51
St. Peter's: 301.V. Carev St.
808 I. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our lord:
"28 W. Ball St.
Full Gospel tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. "5i-3843
106 S. Evers St.
frangeliss forJesus Tabernacle:
SR 5"j. F. of Dover. 659-0102
Christian Growth (enter:
1310 N. Shannoi, "19-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. iomlin St, "54-1133
Deeper life Fellowship:
Comilla Rd. W of SR 39 N.
Retival Outreach (enter:
225 V. Dover Rd, 681-.2250
3202 N. MarylandAve, 752-3345
Church of esus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Ad, 752-6364
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Bhid,
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-606i
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-"863
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-38-3
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E HillsborogAre.
lnity Christ Chrch
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Touman's Praise and Worship
Center US. 92E
40? Englisiti St. fPlaa City
Invct'Urs V to 10
Sunday) Worship t I 1:30am
dzircctd b, Lnd A i .Jl:Lr.r..r, Johnston
Powefuld Bible Preaching
by Pastor Gary Brady
ler MolJds, Ctuldrens Pastor
(i mulraneous with Adult
\\W'.r hip Servce i
God's Squad Youth Service
led b% Tre? Morris, Youth Pastor
Bundi,- a ':30pm
3820 Moores Lake Rd,
Christian life .Issembl.:
31205. Miller Rd., 65"-480(2
living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. firers St. 59-0528
New Hope orsbhip (enter:
803 W. Mabonev St, -5"-6123
New life Temple Pentecostal
Church of 6od:
3301 (lemons Rd. '54-"088
Dover: Moore's Lake & Holiness
(Church ld. 659-1301
(Church of the luring God:
1102 frier St. "'5-5840
[rangellcal Plant Cil'v:
I 0" (barlie Griffin Rd. "59-9383
First Presbrierlan Plant Citr:
04i W. Reywolds St. "52-.211
Walk with God Itinistnr:
15140 SR 5"1, Dover. 959-0930
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr.
First: 103 E Johnson Rd,
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914- llthia-Pinecrest Ad..
Cork: -i815 W Sam Allen Rd.
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Frers St.
Grace: 1801 F. Cherry St.
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr.
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd.
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St,
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hwuy at
Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinitv Plant City: 402 W.
English St. 752-9316
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Off of 574 Dover)
7am,10:30am & 12:15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563 Wtf
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185
303 N. Evers Street
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Sunday Worship Services
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Women's Scrapbooking Club
Wednesday Night Worship
Actvitnes for Children
& Students 6:00 p.m.
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documents. Here are few things
* The best way to protect your
documents is to store the
originals in a safe-deposit box
at a bank:
* Choose a bank that is some
distance from your home to
lessen the chance of your
home and the bank suffering
the same disaster.
* Be sure to get a listing of all of
your bank's branch locations,
addresses and phone numbers.
* Prepare photocopies of all the
documents:in the safe-deposit
box and place them in an
evacuation box (preferably a
* Store your evacuation box in
your home someplace that you
can get to easily. Take it with
you when you evacuate.
* Go through your safe deposit
and evacuation boxes once
or twice a year to keep them
* Have written instructions
concerning health and financial
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* Insurance policies
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Copies ofhealth insurance
(insurance card, doctor's name and
number, prescriptions, allergies and
* Photocopy of driver's license
* Birth; Death and Marriage
Social Security card
* Will and living will
* Mortgage/property deeds
* Adoption papers
* Military records
* Car titles
* Written instructions for family
List of emergency contacts,
(family, friends, lawyer, financial
Personal property inventory
(item description, serial #, receipt and
photograph or video)
For evacuation box only:
* Safe-deposit box information
(location, contents and key) .
Cash, a few rolls of quarters
and traveler's checks
Other documents to
* Home improvement records
Warranties and receipts for
Appraisals of jewelry,
collectibles, artwork, etc.
Credit card records
Retirement account records
Recent checking, savings
and investment account
Rental agreement and/or lease
A recent pay stub and
employee benefits information
Backup disks of critical
Negatives of irreplaceable
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The boating community
frequently suffers large losses
when aihurricane comes ashore.
The boat owner in particular must
stay up-to-date on the latest
forecasts and positions of tropical
storms and hurricanes, and be
ready to act long before the storm
makes its final approach
Before Hurricane Season
* Keep insurance policy up-to-
*Take photos and keep a written
description of the vessel.
* Keep vessel in good condition.
Check bilge pump, electronics,
marine hardware and keep
Remove electronic gear and
loose items from the boat.
Boats on Land
*Take vessels out of water if
Park the trailer close to a
building, or in a garage. Attach
the boat to the trailer tongue
and to a firm spot in the ground.
You can partially fill the boat
with water for weight, but do
not allow the water to touch the
engine or batteries.
* Protect trailer springs from the
additional weight by placing
wood blocks between the
frame and the axle.
Boats in Water
* If you leave your vessel in a
marina, double all lines. Rig
crossing spring lines fore and
aft. Attach lines on the highest
pilings possible to allow for
* It is safer to move vessels into a
river or as far inland as possible,
as opposed to keeping vessels
in a bay. Boats will receive
less of a beating because of
the protection from the storm
* Check bilge area for loose
debris that may get caught
below.i:he auto switch. If
debris'gts caught under the
switch, the pump won't shut
off thus draining your battery.
Consequently your vessel is in
danger of taking on too much
* Make sure vessel's fuel tank
is full and fill any empty water
* Ensure your vessel is as
watertight as possible.
* It can be dangerous tying up a
vessel by yourself. Ask for help
and help others. All it takes is
one boat incorrectly tied up to
damage many in the harbor or
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* Never stay on board any vessel
during a tropical storm or
* If you are out on the water,
head back to a safe port.
* High seas and large ocean
swells will move into the
offshore waters well in advance
of the wind field associated
with the hurricane. Do not
be fooled, swells of 10 or 20
feet will test even the most
Should you need assistance
at sea, call the Coast Guard as
soon as possible.
!Z pr-\, c meaning and yard
work can'generate a lot of debris
and unwanted items that can
pose a real danger during a
hurricane. Here are a couple of
waste related things to keep in
mind when you're cleaning up
around your home.
PrE E-mrr Season
* Contact your waste collector
about removing bulky waste
and discarding your unwanted
Cut back your trees and weak
branches that could come in
contact with your home or your
building. Be careful of power
*Thin the foliage of your
landscaping so the wind can
flow freely through branches,
decreasing the chance that
plants will be uprooted.
*Take advantage of your
regular collection days for tree
trimmings and yard waste.
Don't let waste pile up. Always
follow the 6 ft/50 lbs rule:
bundles of yard waste cannot
exceed 50 pounds or 6 feet
in any direction. Remember,
waste is collected by hand labor.
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resident of this area. He was a heavy
He is survived by his mother, Mary
E. Barnes of Dover; his father, Bennie
F. and wife Margaret of Plant City; two
daughters, Darlene Fairbanks of Bra-
denton and Chelsea Chancey of
Sydney; a brother, James D. Bames of
Thonotosassa; two sisters, Pat Hun-
zeker of Lithia and Beverly Cochran of
Turkey Creek; one grandchild; and two
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Archie Dallas Gale, 84, of Plant City
died July 14.
He was born in Geneva County, Ala.,
and was a retired supervisor for Mobile.
Oil Co. He was a World War II U.S.
Army veteran. He is survived by his
wife, Lillie; two sons, Archie Jr. of Fort
Meade and Tim of Plant City; three
daughters, Glenda Cornett of Lake-
land, and Rosena Campbell and Judy
Fowler, both of Plant City; a brother,
Clayton of Newberry; two stepdaugh-
ters; nine grandchildren; five great-
grandchildren; five stepgrandchildren;
and six stepgreat-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Jennie Lindsey Olds, 90, of Plant City
died July 8.
She was born in Cookville, Tenn.,
and was a longtime resident of the
Plant City area. She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her husband,
Alvie; two daughters, Shirley LaCrone
and Wilma Hutcheson, both of Plant
City; a stepson, Larry of Plant City; two
stepdaughters, Roberta Jenison and
Melinda Manis, both of Marianna; 15
grandchildren; and 16 great-grand-
children. Hopewell Funeral Home.
Carolyn Procchi, 83, of Plant City
died July 18.
She was born in Plant City and was a
lifelong resident. She was a secretary
for 20 years for the law firm of Trinkle,
Redman, et. al. in Plant City.
She was a member of Knights Bapt-
ist Church. She is survived by a brother,
Cody Sutherland of Winter Haven; two
sisters, Ardelle Brock and Merreim
Bush, both of Plant City; and numer-
ous nieces and nephews.
Haught Funeral Home.
Patricia R. Snoddon, 76, of Plant City
died July 9.
She was bom in Chicago, and moved
here from St. Clare Shore, Mich.
She was a cashier and a Lutheran.
She is survived by her husband,
Robert Sr.; a son, Robert Jr. of Califor-
nia; two daughters, Jill of Plant City
and Pamela Gillean of Idaho; and a
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Jacqueline J. Spangler, 74, of Dover
died June 17.
She was born in Flint, Mich. She was
employed by Glass Works and was a
member of Shiloh Baptist Church.
She is survived by four sons, David
Hoy, Greg Hoy, Christopher Spangler
and Ray Spangler; three daughters,
Amy Bums, Barbara Spangler and
Martha Spangler; a brother, Mike Rau;
and 13 grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Lorene Mercer Webb, 89, of Dover
died July 11.
She was born in Alabama and moved
here in 1945.
She was a beautician and was a
member of Plant City First Church of
God, where she was a choir member
and taught Sunday school.
She is survived by two sons, Dwight
T. Jr. of Plant City and Edward D. of
Brandon; a brother, Warner Mercer of
Cullman, Ala.; two sisters, Eloise
Morris of Hartsell, Ala., and Inez Wil-
kins of Alabama; five grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren.
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PCHS cheerleading tryouts
Plant City High School, 1
Raider Place, will have
cheerleading tryouts Aug. 1 from
3:15 to 5 p.m. in the school's
Registration will be July 28-29
from 4 to 5:30 p.m. and Aug. 1-2
from 5 to 5:30 p.m. All paper-
work is available in the school's
Mature drivers wanted
An AARP "55 Alive" driver
safety class will be offered Aug.
3-4 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
South Florida Baptist Hospital,
301 N. Alexander St. Registra-
The Greater Plant City Cham-
ber 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.
The next fest will be Aug. 6.
Unity in the Community, a
fundraising group whose
mission is to help feed Plant
City's needy, offers food during
the Bike Fest and Strawberry
Classic Car Show at the Plant
City Community Bingo Hall, 105
Arden Mays Blvd., from 5 to 9
The next sale will be during
the Aug. 2 Bike Fest.
Call: 752-1275. -
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 Aug. 20.
YMCA Strong Leader fundraiser
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will present its third annual
Strong Leader award to former
City Commissioner Randy
Larson Aug. 25 at the Ramada
Inn Plantation House, 2011 N.
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
Proceeds benefit Plant City's
Celebration for Life Banquet
The Celebration for Life Ban-
quet, "Crown of Splendor," is
scheduled for Aug. 29 at 6:30
p.m. at St. Clement's Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
to benefit the intervention pro-
gram of the Pregnancy Care
Center of Plant City.
Keynote speaker will be Scott
Klusendorf, president of Life
Training Institute. Individual
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The Plant City 9-10 all-star team won the Section 4 tournament in Dade City
Sunday to advance to the state tournament this weekend. In front, from left, are
Leann Farkas, Hannah Boles, Kristen Wyckoff, Lindsey Farkas, Stephanie Taylor,
Kasie Mills, Jordan Bowers, Kayla Chandler, Rachel Dwyer, Brooke Freeman and
Alex Arnold. In back, from left, are manager Clay Wyckoff and coaches Jeff
Freeman and Scott Taylor.
2 Teams Reach State
By DAREK SHARP
It was already hot enough, so the
softball all-star teams from Plant City
Little League were in no mood to sweat
out any tiebreakers.
No extra perspiration was necessary
for either the 9-10 or the 11-year-old
Plant City squads, which both went 2-0
last weekend in Dade City to claim
Section 4 tournament championships.
Up next is a shot at a state title. Plant
City will go for a second straight state
crown in the 9-10 category in that age
group's tournament, which takes place
at the East Orange complex outside of
Orlando. At the same time, the 11-
year-olds, a team that has six players
from last year's 9-10 group, will be
playing their state tournament a little
closer to home at the Bloomingdale
Little League complex.
In both age groups, there is no step
beyond state so winning this weekend
will be the ultimate achievement.
Ken Gmytruk, coach of the 11-year-
old team, had a very unique situation
to deal with in Dade City. Since no
other Little League franchise in Dis-
trict 4 fielded an 11-year-old squad,
Plant City was automatically named
the district champion. That was nice,
but there was one problem.
"Friday night was our first game in
two months," he said. "The only game
we had was a scrimmage against the
9-10 team, and that was only three
innings. One of the things that helped
me was the six girls from the 9-10
Plant City had a simple approach,
using its speed to lay down bunts, forc-
ing the opponent to make the play and
more often than not it worked. Led by
Allie Goodrich's 1.000 on-base per-
centage (10 plate appearances, 10
times reaching base) and a defense
that committed no errors, Plant City
was able to outscore Bloomingdale,
15-9, and Land O' Lakes, 14-4.
The 9-10 team again got great work
from its top two pitchers, Kristen
Wyckoff and Rachel Dwyer. Wycoff
struck out nine and also scored four
runs in a 10-1 win over Pinecrest
Friday. The game was 2-1 until Plant
City scored four times in the bottom of
the third, with Kayla Chandler clearing
the bases with a double. In Sunday's
clinching 11-1 win against Dade City,
Lindsey Farkas hit a home run- and
Dwyer tossed a no-hitter.
Going back to the district tourna-
ment, the pitching duo has given up a
total of two hits in five games. Coach
Clay Wyckoff will have to dip deeper
into his pitching staff this weekend.
"But so does everybody else," he
said. "The good news is I have six girls
that I can throw out there."
Little League rules state a player
must wait a game and (more impor-
tantly) a day between being able to
pitch. Plant City's first game in pool
play is Friday at 5 p.m., then it plays
twice on Saturday. The top two finish-
ers from each four-team pool advance
to Sunday's semifinal, with the state
championship to be played Monday.
Wyckoff's plan is to throw Dwyer in
the first game, then Kristen Wyckoff
against the stronger opponent Satur-
day, which would leave Dwyer able to
throw in a potential semifinal and
Wycoff again available for the title
Gmytruk won't have to do as much
maneuvering, since the 11-year-old
schedule does not call for a team to
play twice in a day. He can simply
alternate top two pitchers Morgan
Gmytruk and Emily Godheim. Those
two, along with Goodrich, Maria
Garcia, Makensie McAvoy and Virginia
Bochy, were on the 2004 state 9-10
champs. Bochy was a late replacement
for Jenna Kirk, who broke her wrist in
practice last week.
Plant City's 11-year-olds open up
Saturday at 9 a.m. then have another
game Sunday morning. They wrap up
pool play Monday at 6. The semifinals
are Tuesday with the championship
game the following day.
Though the 9-10 year old team has
not traveled to Bithlo, the city where
its state tournament is located, one of
the team parents, Pam Chandler,
made the trip Monday to scout out the
"It's a really nice complex, good
fields. We even have a little practice
area. We should be in good shape,"
Four other Plant City teams won
district titles to earn a trip to Dade
City. The Major softball team fell 6-2 to
Bloomingdale on Friday, then
rebounded with a 5-1 win over Land 0'
Lakes but had to settle for second after
Bloomingdale beat Land O' Lakes.
Photo courtesy of Steve Givens
Bulldog all-stars roll
The Plant City 8-and-under Bulldogs machine-pitch baseball team played
well at three different all-star tournaments in June. The team finished
second at. a tournament in Eagle Lake, then won the Auburndale Rookie
Invitational Tournament and another tourney in Bartow. The Bulldogs beat
the Lakeland Bullets in the championship game in both of its winning
efforts. In front, from left, are Reid Adams, Quinton Williams, Cole Rogers,
Andrew Hakkarainen and Nuno Ontiveros. In the middle, from left, are Josh
Gude, Ryan VanValkenberg, Dalton Givens, Cam Knight and Trey Matthews.
In back, from left, are coaches Mark Rogers, John Knight, Tommy Matthews
and Steve Givens.
Photo courtesy Plant City Major girls all-stars
The Plant City Little League Major girls all-stars are District 4 champions.
At the Section 4 tournament, the girls lost a close game against Blooming-
dale, 6-2, and beat Land 0' Lakes, 5-1. They are, in front, from left, Ceci
Fussell, Megan Bradshaw, Chelsea Hanks, Alix Hooker, Stefone Nelson and
Taylor Storey. In the middle, from left, are Amanda Polk, Analise Coffee,
Kellsey Bruner, Regan Knotts, Calli Jo Parker and Michelle Devera. In back,
from left, are coach William Hanks, manager Andy Knotts and coach Kyle
Schools To Host Sports Meetings
Students who plan to try out for any
of the fall sports teams at Plant City
and Durant high schools are strongly
urged to attend the informational ses-
sions scheduled for next week.
Plant City High holds its meeting on
July 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the school gym-
nasium. Because practice will begin
Aug. 1, before school starts, the proper
paperwork must be filled out before
student-athletes can compete. Stu-
dents can pick up these required forms
at the meeting.
Call 757-9370, Ext. 224, for more
Durant High School will hold its
informational fall sports meeting in the
school auditorium on July 28 at 6 p.m.
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TV's, stereo equipment, Notice is hereby given that 33607 Equity Loans I
120: BG OG'S PATIO: Monday August 1, 2005 40 cemetery Lots VA/FHA, No DOC &
TV's, stereo equipment, 10am a SEFFNER SEL5 No Income Loans
bare nuiment STORAGE, 1490 E. Dr. M.L. GARDEN of Memories, Also Doublewides
112: HENRY M. JONES: King Blvd., Seffner, FL MasonicGarden, Lowest "A" Credit Rates
Household goods, 33584tosatisfy lien. 2 lots I will meet or beat
furniture, boxes sortin $1700eac OBO any estimate.
oos, tools, appliances Unit11JACKTEMPFER Call 813-984-8112 Billions to Lend
V stereo equipment, Household&Miscitems. GARDEN OF MEMORIES iHtous Realtors
office equipment, office Ananement reservesthe Chimes Garden by OneStopShop
manes. right refuse any bid. tower, 2 lots, side by CallBillStevens@
ValerieGonzalez, Items must be removed e,5500 forboth. Manhattan Mortae
Manager within 24 hours from time Ca 813-988-2503 (LML) 813-246-500
PC7042107/21/05,07/28/05 of sale. Garden Of Memories 2 toll free 866-414-LEND
Patricia McBride spaces in Chimes Picture yourhome indclas-
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 9Maag7r errace0,07/28.05 i 3,000 for both. sif ed w/anadontheBu-
CITYOFPLANTCITY, PC98"07/21/05,07/28/05 Located in front of her's Choice photo page.
FLORIDA 1-49g Cemetery 727-861-3617MortagesRefinancing
Case#BOA-2005-11SUNSET Memory Gardens Baa creit ok Been
Case #BOA-2005-11 Announcements 2 lots w/vaults turned down? Avail 1%
IN RE Valued @ $4,000 mtgs or refins. Call our
The Petition of Ag-Mart askin $1,500 each. Consultant 813.514.4874
Produce, Inc 11 Lost Call 813-984-8112 or 954.776.2212
Two beautiful spaces, I BUY SELLER HELD
Public Noticeisherebygi- REWARD side by side in Myrtle -rortaaHes. -Pay Top
enthattheBoardofAdjust- REWARD Hill Cemetary, $4500 or Dollar.Cosingwitin
ment of the City of Plant DOG male, white Pomera- best offer.727-992-4179 48 hours. Privaemoney
City, Florida, will hold a iian. w,'red collar S tag. Cail Gerai Danley
pubic hearing on Tuesday Answer to Pooky Il Cal r81 9885un
uly 26,2005,at 130P.M.aR 7.7 near Gore & Mcin- 50-99 813985B885
the Nettie Berry Draughon tosh.813 986 3834 98-149
Municipal Building in the 1i I Financial
council room auditorium Tickets Real Estate
located at 302 West Reyn- I ate
oldsStreet, Plant City Ior- Businesses
ida The purpose of this 50 For Sale Real Estate
hearing istohearan appeal NEED For Sale Real Estate
by petitioner, Danny Coton, NEED General
representing Ag Mart re- Baby Cons;gnmen Store.
questing a variance from TICKETS estin Sprnghill.$4K/mo.
the Plant City Code, Sec- FOOTBALL&NASCAR gross.813-477-9994
tion 102-6657 to allow pe.-! aP
tioner sie-yard setbacks 813-288-9268 PartyBusBusiness-Est,3 I BUY HOUSES
of15eet, adearitancf 1 0 buses, dance flr bar, etc
of 15 feet, a variance of 10 BUtS TICKETS Two dub $85k. 813-258-3366
feetTheroerty is locat- levl5s8a e6s,1-801-651-2884
edon Mit Dfive, inan sec. rovw Tseate11-j Business Opps
M-AP, Airport Industrial 1l2.ave moved out of
zoning disct. All persons ol seltobest of- ALLCASH CANDY ROUTE. For Results -
ardestoviseat eci fe Call Kevin (949) Do ou earn 80M/day Classified Ads
sion made by the Board of r 61-37 3A0forM9a95 WEMnINIFeuCn
Adustmentwithee All for $9814-6323. WE BUY SINKHOL
any matter which is consid- DAVE MATTHEWS (020000) 833 14-CA US6323. EWe u
erwe at such meeting, he at Ford Amp 7/14. will notbe undersold! ESCAS
will need a record of the 4 lawn seats 18 -4,4
proceeding, and for such 727-639-3958* RealEstate
surethatavertimrecord B CLUB 1, 2 SEATS Wanted Foreclosures. Loan
of the proceedinois made, Section 234 Row F, 1 defaults, seizures & re-
which record includes the p asses free less s. Houses, multi-units
testimony andevidenc e value813-832-3646 SELLING commercial. 1st time
uponwhichtheappealisto buyers or investors.
be based. BUCS SEASON TICKETS. 4 LAND FAST? 100-606-722
JulieHam Club level section 237, WECAN HELP! Central
JulieHa RowE+ 2 park passes. BestCash Price!- 100 a
Planner Face value. 10% Any Condition, All Areas I ITampa
NO;1017 7/21/2005 discount 813-335-4340 *Quick Closing CENTRAL TAMPA, 3006 E.
BUCS SEASON TICKETS. 3 CALL ANYTIME 29th Ave. 3/1 approx
Place an ad in class 431 West Club seats. Sec- 813-363-3437 1400 sf. New tile foors
for computers and 209.Parkingqpass.Excel- ceiling fans, apple's, fncd
equipment and see how lent seats. 813-240-8300. Youl find value buys ad- yard. $105K. Call I
many "bytes" you get! (813)949-6999 vertised in classified 813-962-4378,363-8037
100 Central 1011 | South Tampa I 11021 Northwest I
NEW HOMES Bayshore/Interbay 4BR, 2BA, 1850sf,
OPENMON-SAT10-SPM, 6116 S. 4th St. Knock- screened pool,
SUN 12-5PM. down Zoned at 2 lots, 3 fireplace new kitchen.
credible & Affordable lots oss on 100'x172' $139900
New homes. Down $450K.Call813-732-8671 Call813-785-8348
Payment Assistance t DAVIS ISLAND Medter Northeast I
uarlifie buyers. 10 ranean bit 2003, 3br 103
fferent floor plans to .2.Sba, 2 car det. qar.. New Tampa
choose from. tarting Granite counters, S/S
from $134,900 includes aI[s gourmet kitchen CARROLLWOOD Sunday
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choosefrom Split plan 4/2, hard-
American Housing Sail Away With Savings wood/tile, cul de sac,
(813) 264-9950 see Class 585 for a great CH/A, 2 car garage, en-
selection of sailboats! closed pool. Leave itto
EMINOLE HEIGHTS, 3 br, Beaver" safe neighbor-
2ba, oldstyleBungalow HYDE PARK AREA LOFT hood $310,000 (813)
complete remodel 2br, 2/2ba, 2cg, open 334.613
inside, all new windows, floor plan, high ceilings,
appl's CHA Close to SS app., mosaic tie. HUNTER'S GREEN FSBO.
scnoofs. Asking $210K. 3107W. eleon St., #5. Private gate( golf
Call Theresa for appt at $345K Eric 813-843-5388 course community. 4br
813-237-8029 + den/ 3ba/ 3cg,
1301 i tT HYDE PARK NEW CON- /oolsa, 2900 sq ft.
101 SSouthTampa TRUCTION: 3br, 3V/2ba 419,90.813-973-81673.
10 Suth Tampa townhouse, 1807sf,
balcony overlooks Pebblecreek 4br 2'/ba
SAct now topckfinishes! nai pool spa Conran
p $369,900 813-240-5757 wd/tile firs culdesac
CLASSIFIED obo 9712 Cypress Pond
EN IS INFORMATIVE Open House 7/1612-5
Parkland Estatlei-Open I East
H6 Sun I 4. Sbrba. 3.,3900s. 104 E
Full renov. I sty w ig oaks Hillsborough
BALLAST POINT- Bay- uee!2807 Fountain Blvd APOLLO BEACH Coving
shore Reserve Gated 83-244 2411 478.2384 ion Park 3br 2'2; ba cg
Cul-De-Sac, 4br. 3'2ba, Den w/French Doors
2cg, pool, $599K Brokers SOUTH TAMPA, 4437 W. Vault, Fa RmKit App
vwecome OPEN Sun 3-5p Leila. 3/1, FL rmfnced ncid, Brokers welcome
2902Bayshore Vista Dr. yard, CHA, $.152,000. $229,500 813-767-1200
S81 3-839-7418V Poss owner financing
w/$30K down. When you read Classified
CLASSIFIED WORKS 813-645-0381 it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY!
Brandon -1020 Kings Ave. .
Brandon -1531 E Brandon Blvd.
Dover -12902 Newsome Rd.
Gibsonton -13150 U.S. Hwy. 41
Land 0' Lakes 2400 Land 0' Lakes Blvd.
Lithia 13411 FishHawk
Lutz- 18902 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Lutz 23512 S.R. 54
Plant City 2401 John Redman Pkwy.
Riverview -11015 Bloomingdale Ave.
Riverview 13220 S. U.S. 301
Riverview- 9817 S US 301
Rivervwie 3603 S F3ultenburl Pj
Valru:. 362. E. S P 60)
Wesley Cr-,pel '7,19 S P S1
ZephiI,.riI '. .. .h Ave'
104 | Hillsborough
Brandon, 3br,2ba, pool
home w/lcg, shed, cov-
ered lanai, newly re-
modeled. Exc cond.
$190k. Call Agent Daisy
DOVER CB 3BR IBA.
75x135 lot, n.w appi
ance, inc W/D, H. A,
terrazzo floors, en-
closed carport, fenced
yard. Well &septic tank.
Lithia Beautiful 3br,
-2.5ba, 1776sf home,
Wrap a round porch,
lac. 18801 Red Bird Ln.
S295K Open House
PLANTCITY, 3BR/2BA FR
1182 sf, new cabinets &
counter tops, new paint
inside, Storage shed
Fenced back yard Lot
70X100 mol.$145K OBO.
Creek 2-story HOUSE
FOR SALE/LEASE OP-
TION AVAIL, 3475sf,
huge mstr bd, 5br, 3ba,
2cg. apple incl, Asking
Seffner 2 Master
Bedrooms, RV parking
allowed, 4br 3ba, nearly
lac. $320K South Shore
Group Bob Pemberton
Tampa 5604 N. Hesperides
Tampa 5001 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 8801 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 10601 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa 12049 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 6008 W. Unebaugh Ave.
Tampa 4901 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 2301 W. Unebaugh 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.
Tjmrri 369? G.Wndy Bl*Jd
T ,Tpa o W L''olumiblJi Ave
T ,Tmp. ?ii] ] i ENji d B 1 i,,J i 1:[)ill Ave
T .T, ~i ti b.,:i, Pd.
VALRICO, FSBO, 4 br, 3ba,
2004, oversize lot.
1114 1Waterfront |
Key West Style Homes
HERNANDO BEACH (2)
DIRECT GULF ACCESS
Home Sites! Deep/wide
canals $289; $325K Larry
Cosner @ Exit Success
Realty: (727) 946-0416
HUDSON MH on oversized
lot w/direct gulf access,
3 or 4br, 2ba, completely
remodeled, new car-
pets, tile & appls.
North Tpa, Palm Harbor
home, 3/4 ac, 3br, 2ba,
2cg + ofc, 1800+ sf. too
many extras to list
FSBO. 15406 Manning Dr.
For appt 813-240-7428
Thonotosassa 12 acre
lake front estate with
3br, 3ba, pool, 8 car
garage, dock & lift.
pa 6016 Gunn Hwy.
pa 6845 N. 22nd St.
pa -10815 N. Nebraska Ave.
pa 3560 Waters Ave.
pa 4001 W. Waters Ave.
pa 5522 W. Waters Ave.
pa 2320 W. Waters Ave.
)a 824 W. Waters Ave.
pa -10843 N. 56th St-
)a 4943 E Busch Blvd.
)a 5601 E. Fletcher Ave.
)a- 8002 N 56th St
pa 7711 Causeway Blvd.
pa 1902 N. U.S. 301
pa -1001 S. U.S.301
)a- 909 S. 78th St
pa 702 50th St
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26 THE COURIER JULY 21, 2005
116K IHerando I
SPRING HILL 48R 2.5BA
2CG Two-story home on
fenced corner lot Lare
covered pat with
-7 & SR54-br, a,
2cg, 2 acres MOL Frame
home. $155,000. Call
4br, 3ba, 3cg, 1500sf,
enclosed pool & lanai
area, fpl, $80K designer
options conserv. Only
$435,500. Call for appt
ZEPHYRHILLS 2V4 Acres,
16x32 Pool, pool house
w/ba 3br 3ba 2cg, FP
Carpet, Fruit trees,Musf
See! $270,000 *
Zephyrh ilbs- dgewater,
lakefront, brand new
never lived in, Lennar
Grafton model, 4br 3ba
3cg, 2300sf all applianc-
111 Be"ch I
Conoo-Hoiel. Starting at
$149,900. 648 Poinsettia
Ave N. DIR: Mandalay N
to E on Royal OPEN FRI-
SUN 9-5 OR CALL FOR
APPT& GREAT DETAILS.
Viewpoint Realty Inr'l,
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's
Palms r-w 7lux-
.ry, Res.-style ameni-
ties, 3br2ba, ar. avaiL
Won't last I99K or
WESTCHASE Area, North
Bay Village, lbr Iba
Eff cy, Completely Re-
modeled, Great Loca-
tion $72,000 Call
1123 Townhouses I
Apole Beach, Mira Bay -
Brand new townhouse
941-812 1838 Owner/Bkr
,25 1L omestes &
JACKSONVILLE, Fl. Parcel
Suo0ivisior. Lot al0.
Close to Beach 11,100sf,
200 Props Must be Sold!
Low Down / E-Z Financing
LOTS FOR RENT! Mc.e In
obile Home Comm.
4002 Smith Ryals Rd,
Plant City. Also
Repossed homes for
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ilable Cooperation with: I Apts, 3/1, W/D Hkup, Sherry81 -391-2880 813-933-7970
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Park Office Space for- p DOVER Regal MHP
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft, 207 u Triplexvac, Pets OK, Water 2brlb 4908 Durant Rd.l
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TOPPAY-UPTO.40 Avail $950 OBO, (727) ments!yard ornaments.
BE HOME-RUNN SOUTH-
EAST ESHLOYEATH&T 1403 j Kids Stuff J FREEZER chest type, like
BENEFITS-HEALTH & -new$150.
*UFE&DENTALINS. Baby Furniture Sleigh 813-754-1759
PROVIDEDICrib, Changing Table & HYDRAULIC JACK
.401K AVAILABLE P Armoire. By Berg, Hone $125.00
color, Like new $900. CALL813-417-8159
AFTYBOU. 813-956-4352 MASSAGER, Electric roll-
Cal114-00-74-4270 #61 Naturally Playful Story- erS30.
wwdavis-expressco book Cottage from Toys 813-752-0243
-.eGeneral I 'R Us, 6 mos old never
13011Ibeen outside, $300 MICROWAVE,nev in box
ATCO RUBBER PROD- 75875ori727-641-7411
UCT~rlNC, rh~for D d4Ba si, Loader, Hobby w
Plant City, Fl k adeM, -r-." CERAMIC KILN 1822 tank P58 S R AUTO AL-
W lNH M E Tampa 8424Sheldon Rd. Valrico -1971S.R. 60 8P754-678frClearanceBisque MNASHEUM AUTO'ALL
Tampa -8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd. BlockMaker-Trainee$8- c 8ra m NIi79 713417-
Tampa 4479 Gandy Blvd. Wesley Chapel -5351 Village Maret dfCleanmbck rd'Lft60lbs r 'd Ne lamJYI- 4w ] JeweryREFRIGERATOR, white,
Amerimars W Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy. Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54 Dixie Staffing 66-0 *,NationalCer n R7587Wor 727-641-7411
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave. Seffner -725 N. Grove Cir. FRONT DESK-Memberna f .b 1125m,-752......Apr3ed SIRetsewing
Apollo Beach- 6188 U.S. 41 Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave. (Span & Eng) speaking, denta....... AppraisedattOM87
Brandon -1945W. Lumsden Ave. Tampa-7851 Pam River Rd. P/T-Sat hours and Sun tion. Ph. 813-833-0191 I TABLE drop leaf, dr wood,
B d -4 A. m 1l iY1-6 PM. Plant City Fmiygreat shape $55.
BranConi-t17BloomingdaletAve. LThono-osa- "'- "" PYMCA. P Iease ap ily d,- 800483MI64 Watch Tae Huer 2000 9-7_5-5%7
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28 THE COURIER JULY 21, 2005
1410 1 Furniture I 14161 Appliances |
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
FUTON ES IN TOWN! Large se-
Medium oak, honey fin- election of washers dry-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in ers, stoves & refgera-
box, cost $625, sell $285 tos.$79.50& up. War-
yourdea l. 45y o e
Grandfathers Clockd 7 4 a i77
Sleigh w/moondial and 8307 Armenia 933-8288.
chimes. Dk wood. Per-
fect condition, 4 yrs APPLIANCES from Model
new. $800.813-982-1353 Home, Refrigerator,
IVN ROOM and bed' D/W Oven & Washer&
LIVING ROOM and bed- r. WiI separate,
room sets, new condi- C allforprice.
tion, asking $900 for **813-966-5534**
both. Please call
813-215-2885 **APPLIANCES **
MATRESSDLCOM USED WITH WARRANTY
WholesaleShowroom AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
7924 W. Hills. Best AUTHW. KennedyAG
Prices. TEMPUR-PEDIC, 4 281-0777 edy
Mem. Foam Adjustables PARTS TODAY
& Air. 813-889-9020 11900 N.Nebraska
Ssts n Mom & Pops Applianc-
3 sets, double sided pil- es $75& up W/ Stove
low top, with warranty. & efr.1001430thSt.
Never used. Can deliver. Free Delivery
King set-$3275 813-632-9620; 335-5788
Full set-$240 REFRIGERATOR-Maytag
813-293-7621 side by side, black, ice
81329-761 and water, transferable
warranty, $850. Call
MEMORY FOAM 813-657- 437
mattress $399. any sz VACUUM RAINBOW SE
727-447-0957 with attachments, Ex-
813-612-5911 cellent condition, used
SALE! Wicker Dining Rm ery little. $325
Living &BedrmSeFs. 'W 813-907-1756'
Patio furniture, accesso- WASHER and Dryer, one
ries & gifts. Call Forever yr. old, rarely used,
Wicker 813-948-4802 $400 OBO,
SECTIONAL & Chair (813)716-4772
Great Condition, off
white fabric. $400 Washer & Dryer- Coin
813-891-1860 Operated. Kenmores
SLEIGH BED, King size,
mattress & box springs.
Orig $2600. Used very
little, Exc. cond. $895.
TABLES, chairs, lamps,
book cases, futons (2),
computer table, big
screen TV. Moving,
must sell, 813-663-9352
Twin set no flip $100.
full set no flip $149.
Qz set no flip $169.
Sofa & Loveseat, Over-
stuffed earthtones. Reg
price $995. Pay off bal-
ance $395. or assume
PLANT CITY 813-759-8864
Youth bedroom set like
new, dark oak, 6 pc,
(twin bed with head-
board). Must go! $700.
MONSTER Moving sale!
Phenomenal prices for
brand new pool table;
entertainment ctr, On sz
bed, Bedroom set, DRta-
ble Ithr couches & chr &
coffee/end tables. Call
1415 1 Carpeting I
Really nice carpet in very
Sood condition. More
than 80 yards. Coral/
Mauve Green. $250.
14161 Appliances I
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & rerngera-
tors. $79.50 & up. War-
ranty & delivery in run-
its. Dont gamble, know
your dealer! 45ys exp!
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
matching set. Excellent
WASHER & DRYER
Nice condition with war-
ranty $200. Can Deliver.
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
WHIRLPOOL W/D, GOOD
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voice mail.
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011
A/C New in Box
Complete Sys Installed
2 ton $1695 2 ton $1795
3 ton $1895 31/ ton
$1995 -4 ton $2095
5 ton $2195
5 yr warranty on all parts
Used AC's avail. 21yrs exp
Lic CAC057499 Call Mike:
AC/HEAT PUMP Systems
Clearance on all 10-12
seer split systems, new
in box with factory
warranty @ wholesale
prices, sample: Split
2ton $726 3ton $825
4ton $1055,Free Delivery
Summer Special! A/C
new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty All Homes Siz-
es: M.Homes, 2-ton
$910, 21/2 -ton $960,- 3-
ton $1005-3% -ton 1070
Prof. Install Lic RMOO-
SADDLED WITH HORSES?
Advertise in class 525 and
buyers will gallop to
Brandon 845 E. Bloomingdale Ave.
Brandon 901 W. Brandon Blvd.
Land 0' Lakes 2133 Collier Pkwy.
Lutz- 17808 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Plant City -102 Henry Ave.
Plant City 2313 Thonotosassa Rd.
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls.We Do t Right The
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
NEW "" S/DENT
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We Do It Right The
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
Used Mobile Home &Cen-
tral Systems. 2-5 tons.
$200 & up w/warranty.
Can Instal1. Repair work
also. NTA CAC 1813656.
BASS & GUITARS
BUY SELL- TRADE
BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
NEW USED VINTAGE
DJ Equipment- (2)
Technics 1200's. Vestax
05Pro. (2) Shure, M44-7.
100's of records. $1400
OBO. Call 813-782-6884.
Piano and bench, Young
Chang upright, satin
walnu finish, excellent
condition, tuned annu-
ally for 18 years. $1,500
ORGAN Hammond A-101
w/Leslie Speaker Same
as B-3 except different
cabinet. Just serviced.
PIANO All Models
Grand Opening Sale!
Spinets from............. $695
Grands from............ $1695
Adams Pianos 632-8600
PIANO, Kimball Artist
Console, Upright, Like
New. $1490 obo.
Most Popular Brands
Incl. CD Player Grands
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Best Prices & Value
tique (1873) upright, ex-
cellent condition, excel-
lent buy (moving)
$2950obo (941) 756-767d
PIANOS Yamaha Baby
Grand, black polish, 5.8,
plays & sounds great.
$5500. Chicory Baby
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Guitars $150. Trumpets
Clarinets & Flutes $199
Del avail 813-655-6554
Low cost, expert repairs
424 Radio, TV, &
I"" Stereo I
BIG SCREEN REPAIR
I WANT TO BUY non-
working Big Screen
Tampa -7319 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa -12105 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 7717 W. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 614 S. Howard Ave.
Tampa 1155 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 3642 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa 8416 N. Armenia Ave.
Tampa 5501 N. Armenia Ave.
Tampa 14444 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa -13182 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa -12059 Anderson Rd.
Tampa -13610 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa -19070 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 2525 Busch Blvd.
424 Radio, TV, &
4241 Stereo I
INFINITY KAPPA 9 Mint
sound. 5 foot tall, All oak
JESSE DOLLAR Sales. New
& used merchandise
Tuesday Saturday 9-7.
10018 N. 30th St., Tampa
33612. Across from Busch
TV-Big Screen 57"
Phillips HD TV wide
screen, 2 yrs old. War-
ranty avail. $1000 firm.
425 Video Rec I
Bravo, BW, camera,
MSRP used $1700 for
428 1 Equip.
Amps, DJ Equip, Speakers
Wireless Mics, Lighting,
Best Rental Selection in
Bay Area. Ask about our
do it yourself DJ pkg.
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. (813)855-0709
4 wheels, Jet 3 Ultra,
barely used, $900.
Scooter Pride Legend, 3
yrs old, excellent. $850
4.3 Office Equip.
430 & Furniture
Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Qlty. At wholesale pric-
es EOF 813-877-9400
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Y\.5r Warrjrkt ATT.
Nio : |t r. i ,:,,:, rruia, .
20 ,r .. Ir 9e. |01p1
Chairs! Cr,,r "' Cha ,r-_'
Over 500 used chairs in
-stock. Multi functional
mid bck chair $59; much
more! EOF 813-877-9317
Cubicles- Steel case
Herman Miller, Alisteel
and much more. 70% Off
Retail. 6x6 From $399.
Desks! Files! Chairs!
Largest quality selection
in Tampa Bay area!!
Unbeatable $$! E.O.F.
Files Files -Files
Commercial Grade & Qlty
5 Drawer Lat. Files $200
4 Drwr Vert. $49 like new
Mailing System- Pitney
Bowes, Auto. Perf Cond,
Barely used. Print & ad-
dresses mail pieces.
Original price$12K, now
OFFICE FURNITURE &
chairs, clocks, mat-
tresses, Nuga machines,
bracelets, too much to
list! 7551 W. Hillsbor-
ough, Town N'Country
Plaza (comer of Hills.&
We Buy Office Furniture!!
Top Dollar Paid $$
Economy Office Furniture
300 Herman Miller A03,
Exc cond. Other Cubicles
available. Call for
I IComputers &
AMD $99 Internet Ready
starting at $149. New
systems starting at
$299.1031 W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
AMD 2400+ New PC $399
256mb, 80gbHD, DVD
52XCDRW, Windows XP
One Year Warranty
14918 North Florida Ave
APPLE, iMAC, G3
w/software, $150. G3
AIO w/software $100.
COMPUTER REPAIR $45
*Flat rate, Not per hour*
ISORM: Mon-Satl 10 to 7.
14918 North Florida Ave
For Results -
Laptop Sale $50 Off
Below WholeSale Dell
Unlimited Wireless Net
New/Used. Starting $299
beautiful, only 1 yr old.
Custom made, like new
$1000 obo. 813-684-9747
43" Hotel Equip
BAKER'S PRIDE Pizza Ov-
ens HOBART 60 qt Mix-
er, 10x7 walk in cooler.
HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers, Grills,
Stoves, Pizza Ovens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
Display case, glass front
& shelves. Fine
MEAT CASES 12',8', 8'.
$2900, Entire 28'
Grid & Slat Wall.
Hardware & Glass Much
1.4 I Builder's
440 | Supplies
Oak Flooring Wholesale
from the Original Guy
who started in this sec-
tion. I buy flooring from
all over the world no
Middleman. I have more
products in stock than
anyone that will sell to
the public. Containers of
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where -the build-
ers & savvy buyers buy
We also do expert Sand
& Finish work for your
worn out old looking
floor, Call us and we'll
come right over to mea-
sure ani make plans to
fill your needs. Yeager's
- Nobody beats our qual-
ity or service let alone
shipped direct to your
home, wholesale prices,
Tampa -14936 N. Flornda Ave
Tampa 2115 Hillsborough Ave., Unit B
Tampa 9309 N. 56th St
Tampa -16033 Tampa Palms Blvd., Suite 33
Valrico 2016 E. S.R60
Valrico- 3307 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.
Seffner 806 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Wesley Chapel 5450 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Zephyrhills -7242 Gall Blvd.
Concrete Pavers 2nds
low price, Brooksville
call Sonya at
9 352-799-7933 www.
Prefinished oak, still in
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-318-9056
Granite Custom Counter-
tops: all sizes & colors.
High Quality, Great Ser-
vice, Low Prices.
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Accesso-
ries. Quick turn around!
Delivery Available. Toll
FINISHED and RAW
PECKY CYPRESS l"x8",
"xl0" & 1"x12" approx
200 linear ft. $7/ft.
PIPES OD 1&11/16ths -
$2.50/ft, ID 1&7/16ths
OD &5/16ths, ID 1&1/4-
$1.50/ft, all 8'.
Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs, 36" door
& 2- 7x8 garage doors inst
Other sizes avail
Do you have good newsto
share with thousands
and thousands of peo-
ple? Place a Happy ad in
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
Sheds from $1,925. Al-
most Any Size Available
PORTABLE storage bidgs
built in youryard. 10x12
$5526. Built to FL codes.
TABLE SAW 10" &
RADIAL ARM SAW 10",
Jet brand, large contrac-
tor size w/vaccuum
bag. Exc cond. $500.
4i Machinery &
| Heavy Equip.
DATA COLLECTION PC,
model 5055B, touch
screen monitor Win
2000 lic. certificate
brand new in box, paid
$5,300. Asking only
$2700obo (941) 504-006
since 1974. Parts, Svc.
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St 813-623-5251
since 1974. Parts, Svc.
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
Generac. 275kW Diesel.
3-phase, any voltage
chanic start up. 2 year
warranty. In local
Avail Immed. $29.000
Spot Advertising Works
house 5550 watts porta-
ble, used once $750 New
asking $550. 080.
16x60, $6900, used less
than 50 hrs. save over
Machines, tools & access.
for sale. 813-935-2799 or
TRACTOR, Massey 240
w/front end loader, eco-
nomical Perkins diesel.
Asking $11,500. Con-
crete Mixer, stone $550.
BASEBALL Pitching Ma-
chine. Up to 90 MPH
Curves, Sliders ATEC
BIG HORN GUN SAFE
24cf, 22 Long Guns, 50
min. @ 1200 deg. O7bs
103 W aters 935.9800
COBRAY Mac II. 9mm,
new, never fired, extras.
d500 obo. RUGER mini,
14 223Rem. model
t0180, new, never fired.
es.tra. 50 obo. Call:
GUNS concealed permn
class S35, saJe cay gun
Taurus mill po Black
$299, all calibers
450 s '
HUNT CLUB 3000 ac, no
camp, no dogs, deer &
hogs only, silver springs
HUNT CLUB Green Top
2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $700
V 404-433-7342 9
MUZZLE Loader, Thomp-
son Center Omega, 45
cal. Camo/SS. w/Scope
& Access. $400
Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubber rails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new in box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1250.
South Georgia Hunt Club-
850 acres, cabin, 6-
member total, 1 spot
SOUTH TPA'S Only Scuba,
Paintball & Firearm
Supply! Action Aquatics,
Blvd. M-F, 11-7, Sat 10-5.
Spgfld XD9 $419. Spgfld
SOCOM $1599.99. Colt
Def. SS $849. Glock 21
w/hi-cap, NS $449. S&W
6 or better in Nahunta Ga.
BOWFLEX SPORT 2 mos
old, Mint Condition!
Moving, Must Sell! $600
neg. Call Janet
CHUCK NORRIS machi-
new, Cost $1400, Selling
GYM MEMBERSHIPS (2)
for World Gym, 13
months. 24810 SR54,
Land O'Lakes. $850obo
for both. 813-251-8628
3000 Tread Climber. Like
new, hardly used. Must
sell, will deliver to any-
where in the Bay area.
$60 (813) 672-2568
LEVITRA VIAGRA Muscle
Relaxer!! Pain Relief!!
Order online: Pricebus-
terrx.com or 1/888-773-
6230 FDA approved drug
Soma, Tramadol, Cariso-
prodol, Fioricet, Viagra,
Levitra and more! US Li-
LOW PRICE! For entire
Dental, Vision, Hospital-
zation, more! Pre-exist-
ing conditions OK! Call
. P.S. Family Healthcare!
(800)531-2630 sc. W1034
FAMILY HEALTHCARE w/
wide Coverage. No limi-
tations. Includes: Doc-
tors, Dental, Vision, Hos-
pital & more! Everyone
Accepted! Call WCG
800-288-9214 ext. 2358
Chopper 60" 20hp, fuel
inj./36" walker 20hp, ex-
tra belts, tires, blades
7500 obo. 813-967-3916
GRAVELY 1336 '04, W/B,
1500. Also Ex-Mark52"
,04, / $6000. Mulch-
ing Decks on Both. Exc.
JOHN DEERE LX 277 Twin
cyl Kawasaki, w/hy-
raulic 48" deck, low
hours, excellent condi-
POWER MOWER, Scag 32
with Velkie, Kawasaki
engine, excellent condi-
tion, home owner use,
1465 Lawn & Grdn
BAHIA or Floratam Sod
delivered &seton sne.
Rotor Tiller, Sears
Craftsman, rear tine,
5.5HP/17", like new
4 1 Nuseries |
L7t (3-4 ft$32 4
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classified
each and every day
I4 1 Nurseries/ |
25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50
748-8640 Reg #47220672
45 GAL, 4" CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL, 3"CAL, 12'..$50
15GAL, 2" CAL 8'..$25
748-8640 Reg #47220672
'" Palms *l
"Adonidia Travelers *
"Triangle Spindle *
'Bismark Foxtail *
1480 Dogs I
American Staff Terrier
Pups, blues, reds, biks.
Ch line, hith certs. Also
grown dogs. $350-$850.
3 tri red males, HC, $175
863-370-3172 visit us
pups, UKCI, See photos
BEAGLE HOUND PUPPIES,
large hunting breed
parents on site, 1si
shots, $250. Call (813)
BEAGLE PUPS AKC 4M/2F
Tri-color. Ready 7/17/05
brbbeagles $400 (813)
BICHON FRISE PUPPIES, 9
wks w/ health certs, non
shedding, great pets.
$485M/$575F Cash only.
Citrus Co, 352-726-9570
BOSTON TERRIER pup-
pies AKC reg'd health
certs, ready July 15th.
BOSTON TERRIERS, AKC,
males, 1st, shots, hlth
cert. black, white & (2)
w/brindle, ready July
BOXER PUP AKC Flashy
fawn, 1 large gorgeous
male, POP. $650.
Bull Terrior Pups- 5 weeks
old. All Males. Only 3
left! 1 Brindle & White
2 all White. 813-356-9371
AKC, 1st shots, health
certificates 1 males, 1
M & F, awesome colors,
tiny &x-tiny, great lines,
350 & up. Call
CHIHUAHUA, 2 males,
12 weeks old, health
certificate & first
shots, $350. each. Cash
beautiful tri-color male.
Short hair, AKC, 1st
shots, ready. $400
reg'd, 4 F, 1 M, 1st shots
& health certs, home
raised, Bomrn 5/31 must
see! Call 813-928-1908
COCKERS, AKC buff, 2
male left, -shots -ready
to go. $425.
Cockerspaniel- AKC, 8
w/black, Male. $350.
CORGI PEMBROKE AKC
Puppies, health certs.
Ready now; 2nd litter
ready in Sept C. Cards
OK (352) 523-1360
DACHSHUND PUPS, 3
males, 1 female, cream-
pie bald dachsund for
stud $300, rest $400 &
up. Call 813-240-0792
CKC shots, 3 males,
Black &tan and brown &
red. 8 weeks. Ready to
Call 813-391-4578 or
Doberman CKC pups, red
&black 51ea yJuly
claws. $450 taking dep
DOBERMAN PUPS, AKC,
Males $400, Females
$500.28w ol Ready to
go. 813-238-2030 or
F e Bulldog Pups-
t M a. Rdyon 8/2,
AKC r champ bood
Males. $2200 Females.
ENGLISH UASTIFF Beau-
$950 figrm.727-458- 38
OFA good KKL1. $750.
When you search Classi-
14801 |Dos I
AKC, Big Boned Pups/
Adults, Rich Colors &
Blacks, family oriented.
$650 & up (941)809-6242
GERMAN Shepherd pups
9 weeks, AKC, shots
health certs, CHAMPION
Pups AKC Re, Health
Cert., 2-Blk & -Choc,
Pure Breed, Parents
AKC Reg. & BIk
GERMAN Shorthair Point-
ers AKC, sire-FC/AFC,
gree Hth cert, 1st shots,
etc. Ready 7/30. 813-
Golden Doodle Pups 2 yr
written hith guarantee.
Ready 8112. $1000. Now
taking dep. Delivery to
Tpa area 931-528-2690
GOLDEN Retriever Pups,
AKC Reg, Grand Champ
Bloodlines Parents HIP
CertHealth Cert. $900
Golden Retriever pup-
ies, purebred papered
WKS old w/health cer-
tificate $400 (352)
Great Dane Pups AKC,
Merle, Harequins, Man-
tles health guaran-
AKC reg, 2 M,1 F, Toy,
hith cert, low bark very
sweet. No shed.$360 up.
Italian Greyhounds 2M,
Pugs: 2M, 2F. Health
Certificate, POP small,
LAB PUPPIES, health
wormed micro, ready
7/25, $650. Call for info
LAB PUPS, AKC, BIk, Yel-
low & Choc.parents on
premise ready 8/24/05.
$400-$550. Taking dep.
now. 813-677-8458 or
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet. bik hds,
6-yellow$400 ea. 1-choc
$600. POP, 352-588-4666
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ. bkgrd.
grandparents on site.
Lab Pups, black/yellow
family raised ready
7/28. $275 taking depos-
its. 352-799-3743 or
LAB PUPS, Chocolate
AKC, 5 mos old, vet v all
or both $850.
LABRADOODLE PUPS Fl &
FIB. Fleace coats hypo
allergenic http:// ho-
Genuine FIB www.labra
ML Dora 352-223-6012
LHASO APSO0- Looking
for right home for Lap
Dog. rl mos (M) Pedi-
Sho $250 13-1-41
MALTESE cutles also
Yorkles. Pups avail. now
& later$. 50& up.
betsat acu n.copin
Old English Sheepdog
Puppies, AKC 2 males,
Parent on Premises
Shots & wormed. $900
OLD ENGLISH Sheepdogs
AKC family pets. Great
w/children. Hip cert.
Need fncd yard to run.
$850/pr (813) 645-6369
PIT BULL PUPS
BLUE, ABDA Available
7/29. Vet Checked. 1st
PrTBULL PUPS, gorgeous,
wormed, 1st shots, hlth
cert 7wks parents on
premes, $10 to good
3- F AKC Chocolate,
Adorable, papers &
health cer. Ready 7/31
for more info cal 813-
POO toy puppies vet
chkd, 1st shots, AKC Ms
& Fs, some tiny. POP.
$600 & $700 (863) 859-
7558 or (863) 859-6337
POODLES standard white
AKC, parents on site, fa-
ther royal standard, lfe-
male $850 & 1 male $650.
Ready to go 8 wks old.
Heath certs. 1st shots.
POOLES, Toy, eg hth
certificates 8 ys old,
M & F $350 & up.
PUGS-AKC 1st shots,
ready to $500each.
(941) 131-6498 or
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Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
Parts & Misc.
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
edition, 24", 5 lugs, with
Kumho tires all brand
new, asking $4,400. Call
6x12x2 Never used- 15"
wheel w/gate $825.
Used 6x16x3 tandem
800. Others avail.
8X8X32 US CARGO 1998
enclosed trIr, tandem
axle5th whl, good cond
CAR HAULER, Horton
2005, 8.5x28 box, used
1 time, like new, $10,500
obo. Treasure Island
KAR KADDY TOW DOLLY
tows most automobiles,
exc cond, new tires.
$1,000. 813-417-9578 or
16291 Trucks Light
CHEVY 1989 S10 Emt
Tahoe, V6, t9oper, auto,
good condition, runs
great. $1000 takes
1992 Chevy Silverado
1500, Mark ll reg. cab.
lthr, mags, 5.7v8, full
pwr Hitca/c ice cold.
$4260 Call 27-868-7681
CHEVY 2000 S-10 Extreme
ext. cab, 4 cyl, standard,
extremely nice! 57K. mL
new everyhing, dark
metallic blue $9500.
DODGE 1994 RAM 2500,
V8, 3/4 ton work truck,
FORD 1993,Pickup, exc
shape 6 cyl auto rebuilt
tranny. AC. clfih seat.
exc, ruober copper.
FORD 1994 F150ISOXLT
377,000 mi, White, Pick-
up Auto 4 WD 8 Cyl
ext. cab, 351 eng.,
$4,000, Bargain. Leave
FORD 2002 F150 Ha le
Davidson Ed. 54K mi, all
black, good cond.
FORD 2004 F150 XLT Extra
Cab, Loaded, 9K Mi. Tow
Pkg White w/Graphic
CD, Mint Cond. $15,906
FORD 2005 F-150 Crew
Cab leather pk fully
loaded, maroon, an in ,
divorce sale, $27,506
GMC 1989 1500 Sierra SL,
Cruise, Tilt, 2-134,Cag,
New Parts-X, $5
NISSAN FRONTIER 2003
KING XE 2WD 8,700 m-,
mpg).b rme;r adoil-
neau. Fact. warranty
thru 11/2006. $12,700.
The Key To SAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!
TOYOTA 1989I Pirk up,
Woolbox. AC, extras, etc.
Looks. drives, runs exc.
$2400 obo. 813-453-0954
S I Heavy Duty
CHEVY 1995 G30 Box Van,
new mtr w/r75K or 3 yr
wrnty, new rad. hoses,
tires water ump & AC
CHEVY 2000 Silverado
1500, must see to ppre-
ciate, orig owner ,500
mi must sell! $8400 obo
FORD 1984 F600, 370 Cl
gas, Allison auto, new
fires, 100 gal water tank,
3 bag stow mixer 8 box-
es, runs great, 670-2291
FORD 2003 F250
Superduty Gas, with
2003, 6'V x 12'L dump
ISUZU 1990 GRUMAN Box
truck, excellent condi-
6308 B Drive
DODGE 1998 1500 Quad
Cab, Short bed, 5.2L
auto, ood tires, great
shape1 $6,000 obo.
JEEP 1995 Wrangler 4.0L,
5 spd, Totally rebuilt,
Light Bar, New Bum-
pers, lift kit, Make Offer
CHEVY 2003 Express 1500
cover V8 3L dual
AC, TV/6VD, 6 spkrs, all
power, 48K mi elec seat!/
DODGE 1999 Cargo V8,
140K mi, Good Cond.
Cargo Bins, White, $4K
DODGE 2003 Grand Cara-
van SE Silver, Quad
Seating, Auto/Pwr Lug-
gage Rack, Nice Vehicle!
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor
power ramp, 14,00d
miles. Call 727-492-1630.
FORD 1993 AEROSTAR,
A/C, all power, new
tires, runs OK, fairly low
miles $1,900. Call
FORD 1996 AEROSTAR
108K miles auto, cold
AC, looks sharp, drives'
great. $2,750. Call
MAZDA 1994 MPV, auto,
air, keNless entry, runs
great. Well maintained.
1632 Sport Utility
63 1u. Vehicles I
Chevy 1999 Surburban
Tahoe, short wheel
base, auto, A/C ,5.7,fully
$9,500 obo. 813-997-3300
DODGE 1998 Durango SLT
4x4, Ithr 3rd seat dual
AC, 116K mi., 5.2 VA, tow
kg white w/ tan int.
977965. Kevin: 222-3603
FORD 1994 Explorer
Sport,.AC runs ,reat,
dependaafe, reliab e
vehicle good condo. $2750
FORD 1996 Explorer XLT,
new AC, power pkg, Ithr,
6 CD, ruAs great, Re-
duced $3500 obo. Call
FORD 1998 EXPLORER
SPORT, runs perfectly,
cold A/C, White, 5spd, grit
cond. Serious injuries.
$3500 obo. 813-963-2325
FORD 2000 Expedition
XLT Sport, 67K ml duaL
AC, IthrDVD 3rd row
seat. 2-tone White/Grey
Place an ad in class 431
for computers and
equipment and see how
many "bytes" you get!
FOR 2001 EScape. 4 cdl.
5spd, 68.K,. o.aded,
25mpg, trader hitch,
roof rack, $9500.
FORD 2002 EXPLORER XLT
leather, all pwer
AM/FM, 6 CD, XM ,144K
mi, Without a problem.
$8,00. Day 813-988-9326.
FORD 2003 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, Loaded,
21,5.00 mi, White Sports
Utdity, Auto., 2 WD 4.61
C11 23,9400, Must Sell
FORD 2003 Explorer Sport
2WD, auto, Black, cd,
A/C 43K miles garage
kepL Immaculate $12K
FORD 2003 Explorer XLS
V6, Black, 4dr, All pwr,
remote alarm, cd, 4 new
tires Mint condition
$11460 obo 813 810-5541
Ford 2004 Expedition
Eddie Bauer- Like new
moon rf safety canopy,
Priced to sell. 3rd row.
HUMMER 2003 H2 Black,
original owner, 75K ml,
air suspension excel-
lent condition. 38,500.
HUMMER 2003 H2 Green
Metalic, Sunroof, load-
ed, 25K, under warranty,
Like New Original own-
er $39,706 Harbour Is-
ISUZU 1993 RODEO LS
SPORT, 150K mi., all pwr,
Ither intr., auto, clean.
Runs strong, uses no oil.
ISUZU 1996 SUV, cold AC,
auto, pwr & tinted win-
dows, green, new tires,
92k miles; $1,900
ISUZU 1997 RODEO, 109K
mi., 5spd, sunroof, full
power, KBB value $1500.
Asking $3200 obo.
ISUZU 1998 Trooper grn/
gray Ithr AM/FM CD,
coldAC, 13/W, DV6/TV,
ke less, runs good.
ISUIZU 2001 RODEO LS,
auto loaded 47K mi
excellent condition w/
JEEP 1991 WRANGLER
no rust, strong engine,
new top, $3,300. Cal
JEEP 1997 GRANDCHERO-
KEE 120U000 mi White
Sports Utility, Auto., 4
WD, 6CAL SsiOO Great
ValUe (81) 831-7681
JEEP 1997 Grand Chero-
kee, loaded, new trans.,
CD leather. 109k mi.
JEEP 1997 Wrangler Sport
Purple! 6 cyl, 5spd,
AM /FM/CD, new tires,
A/C. 46kmi. $8500.
JEEP 1999 GRAND CHERO-
!KEE89K mi, Green, 2WD,
,6 C yl, Looks/Runs Great,
JEEP 2000 Cherokee Clas-
sic new tires, auto, 6cyl,
2WD, CD great condo
80K mi,$,200 obo. Call
LEXUS 1999 RX 300 Gold
pkg all options, 88K mi,
Wite on tan. 2 WD,
Cyl. $16,300. Nicest one
in town, must see!
LINCOLN 2000 Navigator
Only 22K mi. loaded
new 23 whls, white/tan
Ithr. exc. cond. $25,000
Lincoln 2000 Navigator,
Blk/Tan,49k miles, navi-
gation system, dual cap-
-tains chairs tow pkg,
LINCOLN 2001 Navigator
Blk w/Tan int. 62K mi
Loaded Asking $19,506
obo. $t$ Below Book
Move some of that furni-
ture out of the living
room with a class 410 ad
Nissan 1994 Pathflinder
Se,4s4, 106k ml. cd play-
er, sunroof alarm per-
fect condiion. $3950.
Nissan 2002 Xierra, 6 cyl,
12K mi, silver, exc condo
original owner must
sel ASAP. $12,r00 obo
SATURN 2005 VUE.
ForLease 3 yrs,
Call adia 813-839-1458
Suburban 2003 Z-71 4-
wheel drive- White, fully
loaded, Bose premium
sound, sunroof, 3rd row
seating, 33,800 ml.
Includes M's bestext.
633 1 Mopeds
2004 Euro Scooter, NEW
In Box, Street Legal.
25-30 mph,$599, Discount
on Second Scooter.
HONDA Matched Pair
2003 Reflex 250cc, Auto
75MPH, 75MPG, Like
New Trailer Available,
$3,900 ea. 813-645-2619
1635 1 Motorcycles
Harley Davidson 1997 883
Hugger, 9500 miles, ruby
red, wire wheels, many
extras. $6250 obo.
HARLEY 1999 XL1200
2,600 Miles, Mint Cond.
HARLEY 2000 Heritage
Springer Softtail. 900
oienal mil, as new,
10. stock. $17,500.
HARLEY POLICE ROAD
KING 2000 Black 8900
miles, Screaming Eagle,
$12,000 OBO (813)
Harley 2003 Softail
Deuce 4500 mi, gun
metal blue, ext chrome,
V/H ipes, exc cond.
$16,9 (0. 813-781-4629.
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2005
Deluxe, blk, 3k mi, 8k in
chrome & access.,
Sampson pipes, $23,500.
HONDA 1996 Trek Goldw-
iny 1500, Perfect cond,
w/02 convers. candy
apple red $14,860 Cash.
Honda 2001 XR200 exc
cond, never raced, up-
raded tires &exhaust.
c -,n813-244-9244 ,.
HONDA 2002 SHADOW
VLX 600 Windshield,
bags back rests 16kmi,
Kawasaki 2002 ZX12R,
red 3K mi like new no
6900 oe Must sell fast -
813-293-7343 Have title
KTM 2001 300 MXC,.Adult
Owned & WelliMain-
- tained Excellent Condi-
tion! $P800 352-464-7263
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond..We pa
cash. Top 5$. WillpcK
up. Sales/Sery/Part &
YAMAHA 1993 600 Cafe
Bike, new brakes, tires,
chains, front & rear
sprkts, $2500 obo. Trea-
sure IsI. 904-540-2324
wan ted. Buy/Sell/Trade
ed. 813-64515 Ruskin
HONDA 2002 250EX, $700
in upgrades, $260.
POLARIS 1999 Trli BO1
$1350 B,,r, Er .o,,,
cono-.? 317 2.,)?,4
KAWASAKI MULE w
wini.medl V, crid
110 hrs.garage kept.
$5150 obo (863) 207-0176
/863.295-9793 Iv msg
16371 ATVs I
Kawasa d 200 ] MOlave-4
wheel 250 hp, 4 stroke.
reverse.e lguicld cooled.
runs perfect!' Clean
KAWASAKI 2004 KFX 50
ATV, HONDA 2003 XR70,
both exc cond, ridden
very little. $1200 each
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Factory Air Wheel
flares $9800 6BO (813)
CORVETTE 1980, Red, T-
tops, auto, 350,106K mi,
$7,999 obo 813-681-3687
DATSUN 1974 620 P.U. ful-
lyrestored, new motor
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much to list! MUST SEE!
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selection of musical in-
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Ferrari 1989 328 GTS
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int. CleanCar.$53 obo.
European Gran Turismo
FORD 1924T-BUCKET Pro-
lect almost completed.
Everything there no
time. hi-po 302 w/auto,
Red over Tan. New Huge
- tlres and many other
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MUSTANG 1986 Conv't.
3.8L needs DR door &
top $1200 bo.
Mercury 1978 Marg uis
351 mod. 400 mtr,$80
OLDS 1972 CUTLASS S
RESTORED, Rocket 350,
AC Wht/Brown $19,850.
PACKARD 1929 Gorgeous
pass. sedan, mostlyre-
stored, needs uphol-
stery & re-starting. Will
sel or trade for boat.
Call 813-839-4828 lv msg
PORSCHE 1989 Cabriolet
Convert. Turbo, 28K mi.
Collector Cond. Orig
Owner! 6 spd. Asking
Ron's Auto Restoration
1929-2000, Full & Partial
Rust repair & complete
BUICK 1994 Roadmaster
maint every 3K, sunrf,
Ithr, hwy mi. super.cond,
$4200 813-920-4827 LM
Brandon 610 E Brandon B.lvd Tampa- 8411 N. Dale Mabry RHwy.
~A ~Rive rviewv-'Y:-3B ;'c... id: d Tampa -5371 Ehrlich Rd.
Tampa-8701HillsboroughAve. Tampa-14989 Florida Ave.
Tampa- 223!1E Hillsborough Ave- Valico 3313 Lfia-Pinecrest Rd. SEE M JPLUS
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ACURA 1998 2-3CL. exc DODGE2000intrepid.AC LEXUS 1995 5C400, Gld, OLDSMOBILE 1998 Cul-
cond Red stereo CD alarm, am/lm/cd, 47K Ithr, 93k. snrl CD exc. lass Supreme 2dr, gray.
sunrf fuller 31 MPG i, great condition cond Loaded. t8500 new stleFWD, clean
$7200. 813-781-1176, $5,500 obo. Call obo. 813-610-1943. needs pump, great
863-559-0900 813-232-9413 car,$850813237-091
ACURA 1999 TL, green, Dodge 2000Intrepd-82K LEXUS1996 GS 300 22,000 Plymouth 1998 Breeze,
auto, leather, CD, alarm, miles. Excellentshape, mi, Silver great condi- Silver, 115K mi. extra
exc cond., 80k miles, doesn't run. $1,500 tion$14,0, ocean, auto, CD/mp3
warranty $12,000. 813-991-5358 or (813)926-6871 AC.$2400 obo Must sell
813-787-325. -813-476-3020 by 7/22.813-263-5568
ACURA 2002 TL TYPE-S Dodge2002 Neon,exc like LEXUS1999.GS300,59,500 PORSCHE.1969912, Oce
69K mi Silverw/BlkLthr new cond, 10Kmi, 5 spd, miles silver, spoiler, reduced to $8,900.Wht/
int NAVIGATION, 17" al- security, beige, 1 owner. good tires, great condi- red int, great mechani-
Ioys clean, very fast! $6995 price negotiable. ton $16,950. call, fl restored 3 yrs
pw/pdlmoonroof, 813-741-2300 941-776-3626. ago.813-453-5934
m15 A 4003013-653-3992
$15,80013-653-3992 DOGE 2000 NEON LEXUS 2001 GS 300 BIk 1993Saturn
ACURA 2002 TLS Red, very clean, 1 own- w/Tan int Sunrf, Spoil- $500down
Pearl blue, leather, sun- er, non smoker, $2500 r, 51k mi Lexus Cert. or $1500 cash.
roof loaded 83K miles obo Call Joel for an Exc.Cond.$21.Kobo. 813-874-8333
$13,500 (352)382-1558 appt:813-484-2295 Call813-426-5010 SATURN 1997 C2 2dr
or352-302-1627 FERARI 1997 F355 Spider LEXUS 2001 IS300 Green, Loaded, Exc Condition,
BMW1999323iS, Euro-s Yellow/Black,6s(d, 13K tan, lthr, clean 97,000 Manual Trans Looks &
Black/Beige perfect mi. 15,000 mi Service hwy mi, runs like ew, Runs Good, Cold A/C,
cond.,sport & lux prem. Done! Tubi Exhaust. Exc. exc cond. 14,200 OBO $3,200 *813-215-0693
pkgs, HK stereo only Cond.$89,500 obo. 813-598-700 SATURN 1999 52 39K m,
$19,200. 813-597-8958 813-245-5678,SATURN 1999 S L39mi,
14,200.813-597-858 813-245-5678 LINCOLN 1995 Towncar, exccond gold newtires
BMW 1999 528i 80600 mi, FORD 1987 Crown Victo- Signature Series $5,200 (813) 286-1676
Silver Sedan, Auto ra, tan, good cond, 88K Beau4iful. Exc.Cond. SATURNe2000 LW2, V6
RWD6ylexc.contd approx mi, 2nd owner 24MPG $3500
CD payer, prem.sound well maintained. $1900 813-641-2602 roae aster, stow mas-
sun roo, new a/c, batt 813-505-9542 Lincoln 1997 Town Car ter. w/hidden brackets.
& tires, great buy at
16 (91) 26-5184 FORD 1990 Mustang 5.0, Signiature, fully loaded, Call813-642-9911
convertible auto air, Exc. cond.Garaged,1 SU 22. d
BMW 2001 Z3, Charcoal new tires, clean. 3200. owner, 70K m 69 URN2002SL4dor,
Gre/Blk thr int 5-sd, Call 813-584-0403 or 5 speed PS PB airsun-
39 mi, full warr. Can 813-453-8304 LINCOLN 2001 LS Sport spoiler, comp Road
e-mail photo. Etc cond
$23,900. 813-920-3553 FORD 1995 Crown Victo- Pkq; 5 sGetrag 6 disc master tow package
ria, Like New, 32K Mi,MAll Alpine C Slidin Sunrf 11,000 miles excellent
BMW2003 325 Cl CONV. Power 1Owner, Tint, Beautiful ustSee. condition, $7450.
22000, Sport and Prem c 4500$12,295 813-994-0604 941-488-3365
Pkg, Black Ext/nt, Xeon, 0 b 813-654-033174 Linon 2001Towncar AbPERFECTuTOWsCAR
$34, (727) 421-6159 FORD 1996 Mustang GT Sig. Silver Frost w/It gre TOYOTA 1985 Celica Con-
convertible, black/gracy Ithr int., ex. clean, srvcd vertible, ng & Drive
Buick994Century 71k miles, beautiful &garaged, pwrmemory trainPerfectb oy&lnt
Second cond, year old to83-417-194 seats, newultraTouring needwork5000
clean in & out. $2400 motivated.727-710-2673. -8 a
813-362-2588 FORD 1997 Crown Victor 777-7 TOYOTA 1989 Camry,
ria, good cond $3900. MAZDA 1996 MIATA4cyl, maroon, 4 door A/C,
SHOPPING MADE EASY OBO 813-764-9322 5sp, convertible, triple 125K mi, does not run,
That's Classified's prom- black,exccond,117kmi. needs work, $700.
ise! Classifieddeivers! FORD1997 Taurus, exc. $4350obo813-997-3300 813-989-1116
condo. green, 90K mi. 6
BUICK 2000 Park Avenue, cvi, all pwr, cold AC, MAZDA 1999 Mata ri TOYOTA 1990SupraTur-
Leather, extra clean, 3300obo. 813-653-1754 Prt. owner, Owned y bo, 5spd, cust. stereo
complI service records 813-434-5689 Fussy Fern. Gr Kept. sys. owner, white, 49K
Below book @ $7 89252 48K mi. Auto. 500. mi runs & looks exc.
obo. Call 813-886-2130 FORD 1997 Taurus, AC, ExcellentCondition! $300 obo.727-324-9170
new transmission 813-996-0377/679-7865 TOYOTA 1993 CAM L,
w/warranty, red, exca
CADILLAC 1969 Coupe cond. $2500. MERCEDES-BENZ 1992 Auto, A/C, Runs reat,
DeVille, 55K ori mi., 813-237-3387. 190 186,000 ml, Red, Se- Garae kept Hurry
$11,500.813-968-2045 dan, Auto,6 Cyl. $3,000, Won last! $395/OB.
FORD 2001 Taurus SE, Must Go within 4 days 813-657-5172
White, alloy whls 6 cyl, Movingl (813) 963-2247 TY A 1 A
CADILLAC 1995 SEDAN auto, all pwr$0, w8K mi ToOTA199 C, LE.
DEVILLE, fully loaded cold AC, $4759 MERCEDES 1992 500SL, station wagon, A/C, PS,
leather seats, excellent 813-972-6290 .862-0326 cony. + hard top 46K fully loaTed, drives,
condition,58Kmi$5200. orginalmi looksruns runsr looks excellent
813-251-6242 FORD 2002 TAURUS, For likenew, ALL options. $250obo813-453-095
Cadillac 1996 Seville S ale, 75 $19,900 727.688.1565 TOYOTA 1995 CAMRY-
All Avail opts, Lthr All Call Nadia 13-839-1458 MERCEDES 1993 300E 2.8 R, Red 95K m, new tires,
Srvc Records, Only8Jk Mi Silver/Grey leather intr., cod AC, all Power. Runs
Nicest in Town! $6750 FORD 20 uses no oi[, loaded, very like new. $4000 obo Call
813-334-2985 962-8031 clean. $3,2060. By Owner. Amos 813-484-2035
2,500 mi, $35000 new, will Ca813-58-1235
Cadillac 1999 Sedan sell for $4,000.Tota 1995 Camry, LE-
Deville DElegance auto, Cal 352-799-9325 MERCEDES 1998 C230, 125K m., dkblue, au-
thr, loaded, below bookBlack Beauty. Looks to all wr, AC, moon-
value, 129kmiles,$6,195 HONDA 1988 Accord LXi, New. Every Option roof.$300oboMustsell
a pwr, grtgas m lar'd, Cal 81i3-690-44i0 TOYOTA 919 CAMRO
CADILLAC DTS' 2000 1 otr owner 17ETYOTl1989 mie4 c
owner, Stillunder Be offer! 813-654-453 Mercedes 1998 CLK320, owner, fully loaded,
cert. 6yr100k warranty, cust. 18" Italian rims sunroof, 4 cyl, 107K mL.
nite vis/nav everyop- HONDA 1995 Accord 5 silver, mint cond. 55 All svc recs. $6400
tion. ImmaculateSilver spd.Green,127Kmi, mi., sunroof, rem. 813-245-4362vemsg.
w/black fabric top 53k Good Shape. /C, New sound 6 disc C, oar T O A
mi $24,995/obo. TimingBelt Waterpump, kept. $23000 ob O 1998 CamrL
-0 Radiatoretc. $3250 e 813-967-250 r M,Leather&Stereo
813-948-4701813-867-5324 813-967-2815 0 Pkg, 1 Owner,7 2 l' 0
CHEVY 1999 Camero Z28 smoker New Tires,
Loaded T-To, Black, HONDA 1997 ACCORD LX MERCEDES 2001 SL320 $6,800813-690-6901
After market mprove- 4cl 4dr All pwr Spoilr, convertible mnt Sver TOYTA1999 COROLLA
ments Exc. Cond. 90K Alfoys,$3K6CDStereo, Ithrnt.CDchngrdealer d W
Mi,9,00941-224-2508 Lthrl02Kmi. Slvr Exc maint all ori. 9k mi mi ,4yne tre
CHEVY 2000 CORVETTE Cndl $7500 813 33-2159 $2590 obo 727.492.050 ea con on $4450
34000 mi Silver, Coupe, HONDA 1997 CIVIC Black, Mercedes 2002 E320 obo 813-624-7296
8y.GreatVale HATCH Vtec Swap Black moonrf, alloy TOYOTA 2000 Ce
(813)832-4852 D16y8 $5,000 Mus rims,MP3 ye or 51Kmi nw
l 8Sellr 2(81369-6283 g,5k ps m i.2,a 00.4 spd CD GoodCon, I e
CHEVY 2004 Malibu Se- HONDA 2005 Accord EX sell owner,12,500obo. 813-
dan 10.900 Miles, Looks coupe, 7,500 mi Silver1 Mercedes 2003 CLK 430 962-6243/960-0682 eves
& Smells New, Wife got sunroof, below book a Loaded, 17K mlesall llaVE
Co. Car $10,950 19 800 7 service and record 400 l. be' e, auto,
727-541-7722 Call 4-8u7 OOoks. 114D00M od c.n ea200
WantAds INFINITI 1996 Q45, 863-838-320r 0 13-748-72,ocn .
Champagne, moonrf, Mercedes20047500SL Si13-7--75
.CHRYSLER 1999 Con- Ithr, wellnmaintained, ver W/Greylnt low
corde 42K Miles, Gold, ar,' etc condo, 137K ml miles, gar keotnon- TYOT 2001 Corolla C.,
CPowerEverythO17m milesaage n
Power Ete in 100u 5200. 813-994-7200 smoker, sport package, sar .ue, 51KT In7f. auto,
perfect inside Out,remiumsound&more snsS, C, nice ri,
$5,950.813-817-3326 INFINm R2003 G35 SPORT,727 0- blue t 9100selirg
38,000 mi, Silver, Sedan, d c $8500. 727-243-1679
Chrysler2001 Sebring, 5 Speed 2 WD, 6 1C. MINI 2003 COOPER Silver
Convt LXIA-icond.40K $22 000, ustGo, LU & blk, sunroof, Ithr CD TOYOTA2002AvaIva XLS
loaded, ,ce cold AC, Y813949-451 CVT trans owertin erfect cond
silver/silverbktoptint 20tKmexccon-di 9o 0 loaded mnroo spoer,
13K.727919-140 AGUAR 1983 XS, o und Only
$13yle720903PT verted to Che V8y aul816,995.813-910-0699
Cysler 2003 P Cruiser new Ithr, exc. cond. MITSUBISHI 1992 Dia-
lack4DR,turbo 6000. Call John mantle Full Pwr Lthr TOOTA 2003 Camry LE
ler,17"chromewhls 813-918-4522 839-7629 New Timing Be ate silver, loaded CD, pow-
autostck, CD, 34K mi.e
S$13,425 81-677-0351 JAGUAR 1989 XJS Beauti- PumEc. Con 3000 sSS
ful car must see $6200 813-245-568 trs owner micon-
CORVETE 1979L82Auto, obo. ar is in Tampa. MITUBSHI 1994MIRAGE 12,350 813810-5541
Red, Mirrored T-tops, Call Steve antime Scecoldair, clean, new OYOTA2004CAMRYXLE
37K Mi Excellent Condi- 904-472-4855 tires, tint windows, new V-6, 6,000 mi, White
tion.$,50 .. red paint, great cond. w/oray leather, power
d81363t273 JAGUAR 1990 X6 $2100obo 813-462-2419 sels, Auto, rear spoier,
o E 1989 Good condition. $2500. 1994 Monte Carlo $500 nttedP door locks
6spd, blue/ta.5, od 813-817-133 down or $1500 cash. moonroof cloywheels
condition.$5)O JAGUdAR 2000 S Tye, 813-874-8333 6 CD in-dash .perfeR
Call813-681-2883 ver, 20" custom wheels 198S Montecaro 4.3 liter car non-smoking, fe-
tint windows, sunroof,! V6, cold a/c, 68k original male driver $22 995
CORVETTE 1996 LT4 6 disc cdplayer 62k mi, miverY7 clean, all Power 000. 'Must gell.
Spd, Red, Black interior, $14,500 813-98 -0376 $2 00/obo. 843-95%8 813.390,220
hard top convertible
33k miles, Mint condo! JAGUAR 2002 X Type Grm NISSANN1995 MaximaGXE VOLKSWAGEN 1999 GLS
$17,500"-? 813-661-0980 w/Tan Lthr, 30K mi, Fact 4 dr, 5 spd, Bra, New 2.51, 4 Dr, Auto All pr,
Warr. $$$ Below Book Clutch, Good Cond. Cruise, Sunrf, CD, Al-
CORVETTE 1999 Red! Value, Asking $19,000 $4900 obo. 813-929-1527 Ioy, Alarm, Mint Cond.
hardtop, Black leather, obo. 813-679-2770 Or Cell# 813-404-7788 $ 85 obo. 813-97,-7568
car. Mar1813-6s5-1d92 KIA 2004 Rio 4dr sedan, Niissan 1997 Sentra GXE, VW2003JETTATDI37,000
AC, AM/FMOCD, facto 4dr, auto, cd, clean mi Silver SedandAuto.,
CORVETTE 2013 CONV wrrty,23Kmi,exccond, in/out. $3100/obo 2 WD ,TbICFYUVIN:
E o ue/B .,I, $8300obo813-994-8097 813-748-7068 3VWVP69M33M151327
g $3 (814O Black w/ gray leather, PDL, Wnalarm, AC,) .$5011 Police Impounds.
601- moonroof, tint, Michel- keyless, Min cond. Hondas, C hevys:
in,I1 owner, garage kept, 3950.813-385-4116 Toyotas, etc. from $600.
R/T twin turboRedAL Etc con 230KAll sc ........MA Forlistino 800-749-8167,
R/Br twin ur 55Kd records. obo xt412
mi loaded. Exc cond 2WO, 6- CLASSIFIED CAN!
$5500.813-505-5222 LEMIW1992 ES300, clean, perBuy i(8 i6 If you're ready to move-
cold AC 129K mi, book ,u.D Up or are iust starting
eD.ode c9l7 A/, value $5000, selling "144," out Classi Jed can help
new engine warranty rgi,-4-0 u, } doodr to
for 3 mo., CDpayer. 7-4961 ownernip. We've
$2,700.813-237-3,1 Lexu 19921.5400- Black OLDSMOBILE 1993 Cut. PJ' Pwtileo,(
Dodae 1998 NetAuto htan,-excellent lass Sun-re onreri- ferwn' Ad fyu
cold alr,61K mi, mpg, loded.$5990 080 ble, V6, unr, All pwr,W -lanning to sell, ula-
AM/FM stereo Runs Calld. $5998 -O. ABS, New Top & Tires, ied can introduceyou
S/Looks Ec Must Sell ............. CD, Exc, Cond. 95K mi, tr the market's best
$3000 obo. 813-654-7468 Want Ads i4750:.813-9J48-1201 prospects.
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