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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE




THE COURIER


THURSDAY, JULY 28,


2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


in the
NEWS


DIGBT
The Plant City
chamber of
commerce announces
its annual agriculture
award winners
PAGE 4


PARKS
The city plans
another round of
improvements for
Marie B. Ellis Park on
East Laura Street.

PACE 4


BRIGGS


Slide show


ROBERT CONE/Staff photo


After a wild pitch by Plant City 11-year-old all-star Morgan Gmytruk, catcher Amber Beachler flips the ball to Gmytruk as Cape Coral's
Katrissa Rowell slides into home plate during the state tournament in Bloomingdale July 24. To see the results of the play and a report on
how the 9/10 and 11-year-old! Plant City teams fared at their respective state tournaments, see the Sports section, page 23.


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CROSSWORD GROUW ITH, EVELOPMELN I
ma By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
FAMILY LIVING Commissioners grappled with the
fp I challenges the area will face due to
increased traffic and diminishing
SPORTS school capacity during two July 25
S workshops.
They discussed problems associ-
................... ated with more cars on Interstate 4
WORSHIP and the roads in Plant City adjoining
E 11 that heavily traveled highway, and
............. the plans of the Hillsborough County
school system regarding school sites
and new construction scheduled in
this area during the next five years.
State Rep. Rich Glorioso, R-Plant
City, Florida Department of Trans-
portation planning director Bob
Clifford, and Tallahassee lobbyist
Lois Rotunda, a co-author of the
er and new state law governing growth and
wie development, spoke before city
p planning a commissioners.
Nrth of "The growth and development bill
north of was possibly the most important
painngs of legislation we passed during the ses-
andaisine. sion," said Glorioso, a former Plant
win City commissioner who was elected
ITnbue last fall to the Florida House of Rep-
resentatives to represent District 62,
which includes Plant City. "The city


"The growth and develop-
ment bill was possibly the
most important legislation
we passed during the
session. The city needs to
quickly come up to speed
on this legislation."
STATE REP. RICH GLORIOSO
R-Plant City
needs to quickly come up to speed
on this legislation. There is a limited
amount of funds available and the
need to get on the list of qualified
applicants is very important"
Plant City's location along the 1-4
corridor makes roads that parallel or
intersect the highway a high priority
for both the city and the state. The
results of a traffic study completed
recently are expected shortly, Clif-
ford told the commissioners.
"We placed counters at every
intersection from Plant City to the
Polk County line," Clifford said. "We
expect those numbers to come in at
around 80,000 cars per day. We
should have the totals for publica-
tion within a week."


County Explores Plan

For Large Sports

Complex At Cone Ranch


WOULD HOST
AMATEUR EVENTS
By TONY MARRERO
tmmaTeromediageneraLcom
Hillsborough County
already hosts some of the
country's top amateur
sports competitions.
Now Commissioner Jim
Norman wants to build a
top-notch venue in which
to hold them, and he has
his sights set on an unde-
veloped area north of Plant
City.
Norman, who represents
the commission's county-
wide District 5 seat, won
preliminary support from
his fellow commissioners
for the amateur sports
complex at the commis-
sion's regular meeting luly
20. The complex would be
situated on 420 acres of the
former Cone Ranch, a
12,000-acre. county-owned
tract of land north of
Knights Griffin Road on the,
east side of State Road 39.
Norman envisions a $40
million, world-class site
worthy of amateur, high
school and college tourna-


ments in football, soccer
and track and field and
baseball. He also hopes the
venue would entice a Major
League Soccer team to
return to Tampa Bay.
The Tampa Bay Sports
Commission, a nonprofit
agency that brings amateur
and college sporting events
to the area, which Norman
helped to form, would be
the booking agency for the
venue, he said.
"We have a lot of experi-
ence, so we're not just
building and wondering if
we'U get anything,"
Norman said in an inter-
view this week. "I believe
well be at a point where
we'll be able to pick and
choose what comes to that
facility."
The site would include:
a football complex fea-
turing two regulation,
lighted football fields and
concession. restroom and
maintenance facilities
a soccer complex,
which will feature four reg-
ulation, lighted soccer
fields and concession, rest-
room and maintenance
facilities.
See COMPLEX. Page 12


See COMMISSION, Page 20


A woman of the
cloth is recognized
for more than two
decades of service.


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CALENDAR

THURSDAY
Alderman's Ford
Preserve land plan
Hillsborough County
officials will host public
meeting to discuss the
Alderman's Ford Pre-
serve land management
plan July 28 from 6:30 to
8:30 p.m. at Durant High
School cafeteria, 4748
Cougar Path.
The purpo-e of the
meeting will be to
discuss the counx 's plan
to use the .ldermnnan's
Ford preserve as an
Environmental Lands
Acquisition and
Protection Program site.
County staff will be on
hand to discuss details
and answer questions.
Call: 272-5275.

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

SATURDAY
Back-to-school bash
Transforming Life
Ministries. 3805 Turkey
Creek Road is hosting a
back-to-school event
July 30 from 10 a.m. to I
p.m. The free event con-
sist of food; water games;
haircuts: health check-
ups; moon walk and
slide: music; drama skits;
face painting: and back-
pack and school sup-
plies.


See CALENDAR, Page 17


Photo courtesy Jackie Everidge

'The Little Mermaid'
Members of a cast of more than 100 show off the ornate costumes they'll wear during The Plant City Children's Theatre
production of excerpts from "The Little Mermaid" July 31 at 3 p.m. and Aug. 1 at 2 and 7 p.m. at Hillsborough Community
College's Plant City campus, 1206 N. Park Road. Admission is free.




Bing Boarding House Restoration On Track


CITY, STATE REACH
AGREEMENT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Progress is being made on
the restoration of a historic
Plant City home.
City commissioners
approved an agreement bet-
ween the city and the state's
Division of Historic Resources
for a grant of $50,000 to pay for
architectural and engineering
services for the Bing Boarding


House.
The Bing House is a historic
structure located on Allen
Street that will be restored and
serve as a museum of black
culture in Plant City.
Money from the city's Com-
munity Development Block
Grant that has been budgeted
for the renovation will be used
as the matching funds needed
to complete the project esti-
mated to cost $300,000. The
funds needed for the entire
restoration are still being
raised for the project.
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of Plant City holds the deed to
the house and has been spear-
heading the renovation effort.
"We are looking to the
Improvement League of Plant
City to provide enough funds
to complete the entire proj-
ect," said City Commissioner
Rick Lott. "The grant money
will be used to reimburse the
league for money spent on the
project, including engineering
and design costs."
Commissioners also
approved an agreement with
Stephanie Ferrell for architec-
tural services needed to


request bids from contractors
on the restoration project.
The Bing House was an
important local historical
resource listed on the National
Register of Historic Places in
September 2002, said City
Manager David Sollenberger.
Restoration costs will
include assessment of repairs
needed on the roof, walls,
flooring, wiring and electrical
services, as well as architec-
tural drawings and
construction documents.
The cost for these services is
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4 ,THE COURIER -JULY 28,2005

PLANT CITY
DIGEST

Chamber
Announces
Agriculture
Awards
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce has
announced the winners of its
annual agriculture awards.
The recipients will be
recognized at the chamber's
annual Salute to Agriculture
contact breakfast slated for
Aug. 10 at 7:30 a.m. in the Red
Rose Ballroom of the Ramada
Inn Plantation House, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Speaker will be
Jack Rechcigl, center director
of Gulf Coast Research and
Education Center, will be our
guest speaker. Cost is $10 a
person. Call the Chamber for
reservations, 754-3707.
And the winners are
Winfred Harrell, Agricul-
turist of the Year
Sean Phelps, Young
Agriculturist of the Year
# Earl J. Lennard, Ph.D, Ag
Educator of the Year
Dixie Growers, Inc.,
Charles and Linda Lawton,
Agri-Business of the Year
-Tony Marrero


Clossheys
Named To
Government
Boards
A Plant City mother and
daughter have been chosen in
See DIGEST, Page 21


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GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
The city hopes to have its own workers complete improvements to Marie B. Ellis Park on East Laura Street.


City Rejects Bid For Park Improvement


CONSTRUCTION COULD BE
HANDLED IN-HOUSE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
A city park on the east side of town that
was an empty lot about five years ago is
now awaiting a second round of improve-
ments.
The Marie B. Ellis Park, in the 500 block
of East Laura Street, is scheduled to
receive a picnic pavilion with restrooms.


But the city commission rejected the bid
for construction submitted by Sunbelt
Construction of Tampa, and is consider-
ing doing construction work in-house,
using city staff and selected subcontrac-
tors.
The facilities will be similar to those
built by city staff several years ago at three
other city parks.
"The city was able to build those facili-
ties for about $90,000 apiece," said City
Manager David Sollenberger. "I know
that the price of materials has gone up
since then, but I think we can build the


pavilion in-house and see substantial
savings."
Sunbelt was the only firm to submit a
bid for the work at the 2-acre park. The
bid, in the amount of $131,709.63, would
include, in addition to the construction of
the pavilion and restrooms, the reloca-
tion of existing playground equipment
and trees, the replacement of sidewalks
and the installation of parking spaces.
Similar pavilion and restroom facilities
were built in 2002-03, without using the
See COMMISSION, Page 21


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LTTER
The Courier welcomes letters
to the editor and guest commen-
taries. Letters and commentaries
can be on a wide range of
subjects, and should be made
as legible as possible. Please
include author's signature, and
telephone number for verification
purposes. Submissions will be
edited to meet legal, grammatical
and stylistic requirements.

Send submissions to:
101 N. Wheeler St.
Plant City, FL 33566

E-mail:
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LETITERS


COMMENTARY


'Believers' Can Be

Dangerous, Too
Re: "Watch Out For Those Who Say
There Is No God," Opinion, June 16
I do agree that some of the people
who say, "There is no God," should be
watched. Those kinds of people can be
dangerous in many ways. But, there are
people who say, "there is no God" that
are kind and considerate people who
would never think of harming another
living being or causing discord.
On the other hand, there are people
who claim to be godly that are very
dangerous. They are the ones who
physically murder and steal under the
name of their god. We hear about
them in the news every day.
The dangerous people that we don't
hear about in the news are the ones
who murder and steal with their
tongues. They achieve this by manipu-
lating circumstances while telling half
truths, exaggerating the truth with
negative overtones and speculation.
To top it off, they tell vicious and/or
vulgar lies while under the pretense of
informational or general conversations
when the truth is that they are just
gossiping and backbiting. They cause a
variety of mental anguishes and
emotional pain which includes anger,
stress, anxiety, grief and depression,
all of which causes an assortment of
health problems and attitudes.
I personally do believe in the
Creator. I don't need physical or
scientific proof to know that there is a
living God. Surviving my life and times
has been achieved by faith, hope and
grace.
Carolee Morris
Aripeka


Beating High Prices Isn't Easy


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
It's not unusual for people to go
out of their way to save a few
pennies or nickels when they have
to fill a car's gas tank with petrol.
A few years ago, while living in
Brandon, I remember driving to
Temple Terrace on a regular basis to
buy a certain brand of gasoline from
a dealer that was consistently a dime
to a quarter cheaper per gallon than
area competitors selling that same
brand.
I was never one to go for the
cheapest price at the pump. I
wanted a particular brand of
gasoline even though some people
insist it all comes from the same big
tank at the Port of Tampa.
But that's another ball of wax.
What I want to do here is share
with you an effort my wife made a
few weeks ago to cash in on what
she thought was the greatest
gasoline buy of the century.
Her effort certainly was
memorable.
During the weekend prior to
Hurricane Dennis' arrival in the Gulf
of Mexico, Karen heard about a store
in south Dover selling a national
brand 20 cents under local prices.
"I'm going to fill my car with gas,"
she told me as I sat in front of the TV
watching some important and
memorable sporting event that
escapes me at the moment.
Karen doesn't often put gas in her
car. That is traditionally my job. But
she was on a mission. She told me
about the pricing deal, and gave me
a serious look as she said: "If I'm not


back in 40 minutes then I ran out of
gas and I'll be on the road going to
Dover."
She always waits until the car is
bone dry before telling me about its
need for gas, so none of that sur-
prised me.
"OK, Honey," I said. "Be careful
out there."
And, of course, I meant every
word of it.
But within about 10 minutes I was
fast asleep.
One hour and 20 minutes later I
was awakened as Karen came
through the door leading to the
garage. I noticed it was almost dark
outside.
"Why didn't you come and get
me?" She said as I shook the cob-
webs from my brain.
"Did you run out of gas?" I asked.
She hadn't, but that didn't matter.
She could have been stranded, she
explained. And then where would
she be, but up the creek without a
paddle, thanks to me.
I survived the onslaught of
"thanks for nothing," 'and "I could
have been laying dead in the road,"
and "a lot of help you turned out to
be," by offering her a concerned
smile as often as I could emote
without laughing.
It seems my little dime saver
made it to Dover, where all the
pumps were dry.
Then she went to Valrico where
gas was more expensive than it was
in Plant City. So she dumped in $5
worth, that's about two gallons these
days, and drove back toward the
house. That is when everything got


to be real interesting.
When she tried to operate the
pump, the credit card machine
insisted that she provide her ZIP
code. Being that she doesn't often
converse with gasoline pump
computers, she thought it was some
kind of a ploy to get personal
information about her account. So
she pushed "No" on the pump's
finger pad.
"Enter ZIP Code," the computer
said. Karen kept saying no. Then the
machine told her she couldn't pay
by credit card and she would have to
go inside to buy her gas. By then she
was getting more than a little
aggravated with this nosey and
rather high priced gas pump.
"What is the matter with this
pump," Karen shouted into the
intercom hanging nearby. Her
attempt to converse with an atten-
dant that spoke broken English
using the garbled intercom made
her blood boil just a little more. But
she went inside and asked what was
wrong with the pumps. Being told
the pumps were all in perfect order,
Karen went back outside and moved
the car around to another pump, but
she was on the wrong side and the
hose wouldn't reach the gas tank. So
she moved to another pump.
"Enter ZIP code," the computer
panel requested.
Somewhere along the line she saw
a sign, right above each pump,
explaining that you would have to
enter your ZIP code to get the pump
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FAMILY


LIVING


BETTY'S PLACE


WEDDINGS


Special to The Courier
The Rev. Nora Lehman Moore, left, is congratulated by The Rev. Gloria Copeland upon recogni-
tion of Moore's 25 years as an ordained minister.


The Light Shines On Her


The Rev. Nora Lehman
Moore will probably never get
accustomed to the limelight,
but there was no avoiding it
last week when she was
honored with a gold pen in
Dallas for her 25 years as an
ordained minister.
Nora, licensed and
ordained in the 1970s, built
three Illinois churches and
was pastor of five before
transferring to Florida in
1988. A singer and musician,
she has produced an album,
CD and tapes.
The Rev. Gloria Copeland,
the wife of Kenneth Cope-
land, an international
evangelist, was on hand to
congratulate Nora.
Limelight aside, Moore, of
Plant City, met many of her
mentors at the convention for
the Pentecostal Church of
God, including C. Don Burke,
who is director of Indian
missions, and his wife,
Naomi.
Nora is busy producing
another album and we know
Godwill shine on it, too.

One hot band
It's been along hot summer
for the Plant City High School
marching band, but no doubt
hard work will pay off when
school starts next month.
This week the band has
finished a 10-day summer
camp and students are really


Columnist

excited about showing off
- their new musical accom-
plishments. This year's
program incorporates music
from the movie "The Gladia-
tor" and director Matt Green
said Plant City should be
awfully proud when they hear
the new tunes.
Step on the bandwagon
Plant City- Melissa Napier, of
the Band Parents Association,
said the association is seeking
corporate sponsors as well as
individual monetary dona-
tions and donations of bottled
water and Gatorade.

Broadway in Plant City
I don't think we'll ever put
to rest Hollywood or Broad-
way tunes and why would
we want to?
The Cornerstone Center's


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP

Excerpts from 'The Little Mermaid'
The Plant City Children's Theatre will pres-
ent excerpts from "The Little Mermaid" July 31
at 3 p.m. and Aug. 1 at 2 and 7 p.m. at Hills-
borough Community College's Plant City
campus, 1206 N. Park Road.
Admission is free.

Adult school
Plant City Adult and Community School will
begin classes Aug. 8-9. Classes include cosme-
tology, skin care, certified nursing assistant,
ABE/GED, intensive reading and math, draw-
ing, painting, pottery, weight training, conver-
sational Spanish, English for speakers of other
languages, and computer instruction including
Windows, Access, Excel and Web design.
Pre-registration is Aug. 1-4 from 5:30 to 8:30
p.m. in the Adult School office (J-08) at Plant


board of directors presents
the third annual Summer
Rhapsody Aug. 20. The event
will feature "The Best of
Broadway" with Cheryl
Worsham and Company. The
reception, dinner and per-
formance is $50, or $25 for
show only.
Your donations will directly
benefit the renovation and
preservation of the 1923
Cornerstone Center, former
home of the First Baptist
Church.
For reservations, call
Marsha Passmore at 754-
2301; or Jim Pollard at 752-
6260, by Aug. 13.

Smiling Red
We may not be Hollywood
or Broadway, but Plant City
has its own celebrities.
Last week, I saw in The
Tampa Tribune an old photo
of hurricane hunters, the
brave pilots who fly into
storms to gather data.
One of the men in the
photo was Helen Mann's
husband, Elmer "Red" Mann,
who was a pilot in World War
II and a graduate of Turkey
Creek High School. Red is no-
longer around, but I'm told
back in his day The Miami
Herald had a cartoon titled
Smiling Jack, which was
based on Helen's husband,

See BRIGGS, Page 22


City High School.
For information or copy of class schedule,
call 707-7147.

Pageant seeks volunteers
The Miss Heart of Plant City Board of direc-
tors is seeking volunteers to help with the
upcoming teen pageant this fall.
Volunteers are needed in the areas of stage
decorations, organization, or back-stage direct-
ing.
Call: Brenda White, 391-6720.

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club seeks used eye-
glasses and hearing aids.
The club collects the items for distribution to

See ROUNDUP, Page 20


Morgan-Powell
Rebecca E. Morgan and
Whitney F. Powell were married
June 25 at 6 p.m. at the Antebel-
lum 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 Powell
of Flowery Branch, Ga., and
Frank Powell of Dahlonega, Ga.
The double-rinig ceremony
was conducted by the Rev.
Dwayne Wellborn under a
gazebo decorated with tulle, ivy
and rose garland. Soloist was
Lori Bean, who sang "The Wed-
ding Song," "Surely the Pres-
ence," and "Through the Eyes
of Love."
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
best man Patrick Powell,
brother of the groom; and
Martin Cammarotta, friend of
the groom. Jeff Morgan, brother
ofjhe bride, was usher.
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; andAshlyn 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
Henderson-Hackney
Jessica Rene Hackney and
Andrew James Saito Hender-
son were married on July 2 at
11 a.m. at First Baptist Church
of Midway.
The bride is the daughter of
Everett J. and Carolyn S. Hack-
ney.
The groom is the son of
James and Carolyn Hender-
son.
The double-ring ceremony
was conducted by the Rev.
Brett Hemphill.
The bride was given away
by her father, Everett.
Maid of honor was Jessica
Gmeiner, best friend of the
bride.
Best man was MartyBenton,-
best friend of the groom.
Ringbearer was Ryan Hack-
ney, brother of the bride.
Ushers were Christopher
Henderson, brother of the
groom, and David Bibby,
cousin of the groom.
The reception followed the
ceremony at First Baptist
-Church of Midway.
The bride is currently pur-
suing an associate's degree in
Web design at Hillsborough
Community College.


Rebecca and Whitney Powell
Polk, cousins of the bride. The
reception followed the cere-
mony 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
Public.
After a week-long wedding
trip to the Caribbean, the
couple are at home in Cum-
ming, Ga.


Andrew and Jessica Henderson
The groom is pursuing his
licensed practical nurse certi-
fication at Erwin Technical
Center. He is a certified nurse
assistant at Community Care
Center in Plant City.
After a wedding trip to Pom-
pano Beach, the couple is at
home in Plant City.


BIRTHS


Brandon Regional Hospital
The following births were
reported at Brandon Regional
Hospital:
May16
A son, Donnette Richard
Bargeron Jr., to Tiffany Peep-
les and Donnie Bargeron of
Plant City.
June 16
A daughter, Lita Zai Garcia,


to Patricia and Eric Garcia of
Plant City.
June 21
A'daughter, Jesadie Yecenia
Novo, to Josie Oneill Novo and
Abdiel Novo of Plant City.
June 23
A son, Isair Rodriguez, to
Rebeca and Francisco Rodri-
guez of Plant City.










FROM NEW YORK



Dog Days Don'tEnd After Baby Arrives


Editor's note: Due to a pro-
duction error, a portion of
Rebecca Klein's column was
omitted last week. The entire
column runs below.

Recently, I was walking my
dog, Durham. with my 4-
rno.th-old baby boy, Ry,
when a coupic .I:opped.
"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 arms.
Dog lovers are a unique
breed. And there is no
shortage of them here in New
York City where people spoil
their dogs with everything
from organic dog food to
custom-made beds. There is
even a doggy day care and a
doggy hotel, complete with a
bone-shaped pool.
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,
too.
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
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
so impressed.
But that was before we
began taking care of someone
we hope to send to college
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
wife demanded that he get rid
of his 180-pound


REBECCA
KLEIN
Columnist


Newfoundland named Gus
when they had a baby.
Instead, the husband com-
promised and rented an
apartment for the dog a
1,000-square-foot space for
$2,500 a month a few blocks
away- and visited him three
times a day. (Eventually'the
marriage fell apart and the
man moved in with Gus.)
When our first dog was
diagnosed with cancer four
years ago, we spent months at
the Animal Medical Center in
New York trying to save his
life. One night my husband
and I were waiting in the
oncology lobby when a -
woman walked in, her eyes
puffy and red from crying. She
was holding her baby in one
arm and her other child by
the hand, her husband behind
them carrying their German
shepherd in his arms. Even


after all she gave to her 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 much
room.
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. Decapitated
it right in front of his eyes. I
remembered something a
friend said to Durry a few
weeks after Rywas born. She
looked him in the eye and
said, very sincerely, "I am so

See KLEIN, Page 12


JULY 28,2005 THE COURIER 9



CLUB NOTES

Rotary Daybreak Club
The Rotary Daybreak
Club meets every Tues-
day at 7 a.m. at the
Ramada Inn Red Rose
dining room.

Christian women
The Christian Wom-
en's Club of Plant City
will host its "Sun. Sand
and Shore" luncheon
Aug. 2 from 11:30 d.m. t'
1 p.m. at W\\alden Lake
Golf and Country Cnli.
There will be a pre-
sentation on "Young
and Chic" by Denist
Young"' Fashior_ ano
Accessories Bouuque
Guest speaker wilb be
Shirley Solid, wh, will
speak on "picking up the
strands of life." Compli-
mentary child care
available. Reservations:
Carole, 759-1708: or
Dinah. 717-9127: ot e-
mail cwcpcll@'iamp-
abay.rr.com.

Kiwanis
The Plant City Kiwa-
nis Club meets Wednes-
days at' noon at the
Ramada Inn, 201.;. N.
Wheeler St. Call: Ken
Gibbs, 752-6171.

Strawberry Singles
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425 Acres Total ...... ".

Graphic provided by Hillsborough County
County officials stressed the plan for the sports complex is still conceptual, but the graphic above gives a general idea of what the complex will feature and roughly
where the fields and other facilities would be located. The circular areas dotted in white are wetlands and will not be disturbed as part of this plan.


COMPLEX


Continued From Page 1
a track and field complex featuring
an eight-lane, lighted track with seat-
ing capacity of 1,500.
a 20,000-seat, lighted football and
soccer stadium, which will have con-
cession, restroom and training and
locker rooms.
four 320-foot ball fields, including
a tournament fieldwith seating capac-
ity of 3,000.
parking for 8,000 cars.
roughly 125 acres available for
future expansion.
Norman said the location between
Tampa and Orlando is perfect to help
draw spectators.
The complex also would benefit
Plant City, he said. He noted a recent
study that showed the sports commis-
sion has brought in roughly $40 mil-
lion to the county in the form of hotel
stays and other spending by visitors
and players to its various events held
in the first six months of this year.
"It's going to be incredible for Plant
City hotels and restaurants," he said.
"It will be one heck of a boom for
them."

The beginning of a long process
Though Norman said he has been
working on the plan for two years, last
week's vote is the first step in a long
process that will require study and


permitting from several agencies.
The next step is to amend the coun-
ty's comprehensive plan to change the
land use designation of the land from
agriculture to park use.
The Cone Ranch site also is environ-
mentally sensitive. Dotted with wet-
lands, it also includes part of
Blackwater and Itchepakesassa creeks.
Commissioner Ronda Storms, whose
District 4 includes Plant City and Cone
Ranch, couldn't be reached for com-
ment, but voted in favor of exploring
Norman's plan while expressing con-
cern about what effects it would have
on the creeks and Blackwater Swamp
to the north, which is the headwater of
the Hillsborough River.
Norman said staff has "gone to great
lengths" to ensure the environment
will not be negatively impacted, select-
ing an upland portion of the site once
used as pastureland and arranging the
facility's development around wetland
areas and as far away as possible from
any neighbors to avoid light intrusion.
The plan also creates a conservation
easement to the east of the complex
that would protect the vast area of
undeveloped land and the two creeks.
Joel Jackson, manager for Hills-
borough County's park planning,
stressed the site plan is "very, very
conceptual at this point" But his
department reviewed similar sites


around the country before coming up
with the plan and he said, "We can't be
that far off the mark if we copied what
already exists."
Jadell Kerr, director of wetlands
management for the Environmental
Protection Commission, hadn't seen
the conceptual plan of the site, but
said she did know about the conserva-
tion easement.
"That's a very important wildlife
corridor, so the opportunity to have it
placed under a conservation easement
is very enticing," Kerr said, adding that
there has been evidence of bears in the
area and that the land could be prime
habitat for Florida panthers.
The EPC would review the plan to
ensure there is no detrimental impact
to the wetlands, as well as any
increased noise or air pollution.
The plan also would require an envi-
ronmental resource permit from the
Southwest Florida Water Management
District. The agency would review the
plan to make sure there would not be
increased stormwater runoff from the
site, that any runoff is not polluted,
and that the area floodplain is not
impacted, said district spokesman
Michael Molligan.
There also will be traffic studies to
determine whether State Road 39 will
be able to handle the increased
volume, Norman said.


All along the way, the county com-
mission will have to review the studies
and vote.
Commissioner Kathy Castor was the
only one of the seven commissioners to
vote against the plan, citing concerns
that-the commission's approval would
make the complex eligible for Commu-
nity Investment Tax money before
more details are known about the plan.

Complement, not competition
Norman said he already has met
with some Plant City leaders and has
another meeting slated for next month.
He also plans to address the city com-
mission at one of its upcoming meet-
ings.
The complex would complement
Plant City Stadium and its softball
events, not compete for them, Norman
said, adding that the complex would
enter a no-competition clause with the
stadium. He said the two might be able
to work together to co-host events in
both places.
City Commissioner Rick Lott said he
didn't know many details about the
proposal but said he was excited about
what it could mean for Plant City.
"It's nice the county wants to do
something in our area of the county,"
Lott said. "We're not the island we
once were."


KLEIN
Continued From Page 9


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 OK.


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 room.

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@mindspring.com.


CLUB
Continued From Page 9


8 p.m. to midnight at the Star-
dust Dance Center in Plant
City Plaza, 1401 Collins St The
cost is $5 for members, $7 for
nonmembers. Call 759-9277
or 759-2063.

Home, community education
The Hillsborough Associa-
tion for Home and Commu-


nity Education seeks
members.
HCE partners with the Hills-
borough County Extension
Service to better serve Hills-
borough County residents and
participate in several charities
around Plant City.
Call: Lisa Leslie, 744-5519,
Ext 143.










DEATHS


Casey
Glennah Murrill Casey, 89,
of Delray Beach died July 19.
She is survived by a son,
Murl; a daughter, Susanne;
two grandchildren; three
great-grandchildren; and six
great-great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Ballard
Bertha Rice Ballard, 93, of
Lakeland died July 18.
She was born in Globe, Ky.,
and moved to Lakeland from
Springhead.
She was the founder and
first executive director of Girls
Club of Lakeland, now Girls
Inc.; she developed and ran
the Teen Midway for the city
of Lakeland; was the leader of
a Girl Scout Mariner troop;
and taught Sunday school at
Southside Baptist Church. She
also was active with the
Central Avenue Scout & Com-
munity Center; taught civil
defense for Polk County; and
worked with seniors through
the Triple L Club. She was
named Lakeland's Woman of
the Year in 1972.
She is survived by two
daughters, Peggy B. Sale of
Jacksonville and Lyn Clery of
Lakeland; a brother, Richard
Rice of Plant City; a sister,
Goldie McVay of Arlington,
Texas; and a granddaughter.
Heath Funeral Chapel,
Lakeland.

Franklin
Elizabeth "Virginia" Frank-
lin, 85, died July 22.
She was born in Alamo, Ga.,
and moved here from Georgia
in 1938.
She was a homemaker and a
member of Eastside Baptist
Church.
She is survived by a son, the
Rev. Robert C. Franklin Jr. of
Plant City; three daughters,
Patricia A. McCall, Peggy R.
Heistand and Elizabeth "Nita"
Lyndall, all of Plant City; 16
grandchildren; and seven
great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Hamilton
John V. Hamilton, 65, of
Plant City died July 21.
He was born in Plant City
and was a lifelong resident.
He was a welder, a U.S.
Navy veteran and a member of
the Boilermakers and of the
Pentecostal faith.
He is survived by a daughter,
Sherry Edenfield of Plant City;
a brother, Maurice Hamilton
of Plant City; and two grand-
children.
Haught Funeral Home.

Martin
Geneva H. Martin, 91, of
Plant City died July 19.
She was a lifelong resident
of Plant City.
She was a homemaker and a
grove and cattle owner. She
worked for Plant City Growers'
and Ace Hardware.
She was the longest active
member of Knights Baptist
Church and formerly taught
Sunday school She was a
charter member and longest
active member of the Plant
City Garden Club since 1950.
She was also a member of
Knights Community Club and
Florida Citrus Mutual.
She is survived by two
daughters, Sandra Brannan
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planning to, this informative class will give you
the support and confidence you need.
Maximum of 10 participants.

Thursday, August 4
7-9pm


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

September 3 & 4, 9am-1pm
Community Conference Room
Registration required.
Cost: $10

Diabetes Education
Support Group
1st Tuesday of every month, 5-6pm
2 South Classroom
For more information or to enroll,
call Lisa Finley at (813) 757-8202.
Cost: Free

Bereaved Parents
Support Group
Bereaved Parents of the USA will
host support group meetings. There
will be times for mothers and fathers
to share together and separately.

4th Thursday of every month, 7pm
No registration required.
Call Beth Tancredo at (813) 757-8387
or Anita Pippin at (813) 362-6972 for
this class only.


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


Childbirth Preparation
Free Blood Pressure Checks Program


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

Basic Life Support
for Health Care Providers
August 6, 9am- 1pm (new certification only)
September 3, 9am-1pm (recertification only)
Community Conference Room
Registration and pre-payment required.
Cost: $30 (includes book and card)






Gifts Etc. at South
Florida Baptist Hospital
Stop by to see all the new products.
Gift Shop hours:
Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm
Sunday 1-4:30pm
Phone (813) 757-1290


This six-week course prepares you
and your partner for all phases of
labor and delivery. It covers
emotional issues, relaxation and
breathing exercises, and feeding
and caring for your new baby.
The sixth class contains information
previously given out during our
Baby Care Classes. Classes are held
once a week on Tuesday. Maximum
eight couples.

August 25-September 29, 7-9pm
Administrative Conference Room
Pre-registration required.
Cost: Free

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

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


For information, registration or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.
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Cost: Free
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Breast pump rentals for $35
Breast pump sales from $1 71.20 316.99
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Brooks, Johnson
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berry Festival, and adminis-
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Johnson, attended the Florida
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Best Press Kit, first place; and
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and is dedicated to the promo-
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Wilson named
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Angela Wilson of Dover has
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specializing in sales and cus-
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highlight hirings, promotions,
award recipients and other
noteworthy achievements of
members of Plant City's
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ASCENT
Continued From Page 14
remains in a 5-foot diameter balloon filled with
helium. The balloon is then presented to the
family to be released.
"This process is a celebration of life," West
said. "It's important because it's a closure, the
most beautiful closure."
Her 9-year old company was conceived
when she and her husband, Clyde, owners of a
balloon store, and some friends were talking
about what would happen to them after they
died.
The idea of putting their remains in a bal-
loon and sending them to the heavens stuck
and a plan was put in motion.
After developing the idea and patenting the
process, West said the first release was an ani-
mal's ashes but they quickly moved on to
human remains as word spread.
After it's released, the balloon is visible for
about 20 minutes, or two miles, but eventually
makes its way to a height of five miles where it
reaches temperatures around 40 degree below
zero.
Then the balloon crystallizes, fractures and
shatters. The ashes are spread to the far reaches
of the world on air current.-
"If a person believes in heaven, the last sight
of them (the loved one) is of them going to


heaven."
West said the balloons are biodegradable
and the entire process environmentally
friendly.
Not all of the remains are placed in the bal-
loon for release, only about two cups. The rest
stay with the family.
Weidmeyer thought releasing her husband's
remains in a balloon would be a good way to let
go of the- suffering her husband experienced
and remember the activity he loved -- flying.
"I felt like doing something my husband
would be very happy with," she said. "It was a
happy occasion. The sadness was his sick-
ness."
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with the mourning process. "It's a final jour-
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CALENDAR
Continued From Page 3
Call: 754-5372.

Small business seminar
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.,
will host a small business program series 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
required.
Call: 914-4028.

TUESDAY
Book discussion
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.,
will host a book discussion on "The Time Trav-
eler's Wife" by Audrey Niffenegger, Aug. 2 at 11
a.m.
Copies of the book are available at the
library.
Call: 757-9215.

Plant City High 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 mall area.
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 main office.
Call: 757-9370.

Plant City High orientation
Plant City High School, 1 Raider Place, will
host an orientation and open house Aug. 2
starting at 5 p.m.
The orientation, which will be in the school's
gym, is for ninth-graders and students new to
PCHS.
The open house will begin at 5:30 with stu-
dents reporting to their homerooms.
Any student who is interested in participat-
ing in any sports program at PCHS is invited to
an informational athletic meeting at 7 p.m. in
the gymnasium.
Call: 757-93T0.


WEDNESDAY
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.
Registration: 754-4444.

PLAN AHEAD
Bike Fest
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce hosts its Bike Fest the first Saturday of
every month from 5 to 9 p.m. in and around
McCall Park, 100 N. Collins St.
The next fest will be Aug. 6.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Community, a fundraising group
whose mission is to help feed Plant City's
needy, offers food during the Bike Fest and
Strawberry Classic Car Show at the Plant City
Community Bingo Hall, 105 Arden Mays Blvd.,
from 5 to 9 p.m.
The group sells hot dogs, Polish sausage,
chips, cookies, cakes and pie, and coffee, soda
and water.
The next sale will be during the Aug. 6 Bike
Fest.
Call: 752-1275.

City commission
The Plant City City Commission meets the
second and fourth Monday of each month at
city hall, 302 W. Reynolds St.
The next regular meeting is slated for Aug. 8.
Call: 659-4200.

Habitat for Humanity
The Plant City chapter of Habitat for Human-
ity plans an organizational meeting Aug. 15 at 7
p.m. at Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St.-
The orientation takes about an hour and
qualifies all who are 16 years old or older to
work on a homesite with supervision. No expe-
rience necessary.
Call: 707-0331.


DEATHS
Continued From Page 13
and Ann Parrish, both of Plant
City; a sister, Bonnie Fulford
. of Plant City; three grandchil-
dren; and three great-grand-
children.
Haught Funeral Home.

Ramsey
Marjorie J. Ramsey, 82, of
Zephyrhills died July 23.
She was born in Owensbo-
rough, Ky., and moved here
from Fort Myers four years
ago.
She was a homemaker and a
Presbyterian. She served as a
U.S. Army nurse during World
War II.
She is survived by a son,
Frank R. of Zephyrhills; two
daughters, Carolyn Ritchie of
Zephyrhills and Donna Rus-
sell of Florida; five grandchil-
dren; and several
great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Reynolds
Charles "Phillip" Reynolds,
52, of Plant City died July 21.
He was born in Lakeland
and moved here from Kath-
leen in 1984.
He was a maintenance
mechanic, and a former
member of GallowayAssembly
of God and Florida state chair-
man for Lions Club
International Youth Exchange.
He also was the family geneal-
ogist and a member of the
Sons of the Confederate Vet-
erans, John T. Lesley Camp.
He is survived by his wife,
Sara Jo; his parents, Charles L.
;and Nina Reynolds of Lake-


land; two sons, Chip of Texas
and Jeremy of Georgia; two
stepdaughters, Cindy
Castleberry of Alabama and
Julie Ham of Plant City; two
sisters, Connie Renfro of Lake-
land, Tenn.; and Sue Tarte of
Lakeland; a brother, Joe of
California; and three grand-
children.
Lainier Funeral Home,
Lakeland.

Vaughn
Juanita Vaughn, 80, of Plant
City died July 15.
She was born in Hahira, Ga.,
and worked in the food indus-
try. She is survived by two
sons, Lester Bennett and
Louie Bennett; two daughters,
Dorothy Knigh and Margie
Reibsome; a brother, Herman
Bennett; 10 grandchildren;
and 20 great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Wood
Kimberly K. Wood, 45, of
Winter Haven died July 14.
She was born in Lakeland
and was a lifelong resident of
Winter Haven.
She was an office manager
for Merry Maids.
She is survived by two sons,
Richard Renaud Jr. of Winter
Haven and Daniel Renaud of
Miami; two daughters, Kristen
Dees and Lauren Renaud,
both of Winter Haven; her
mother, Elizabeth Wood of
Plant City; a sister, Kelly Gray
of Tampa; and six grandchil-
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Gonzalez
Army Pvt. Emesto M. Gon-
zalez has graduated from basic
infantry training at Fort Ben-
ning, Columbus, Ga.
Gonzalez is a 2005 graduate
of Durant High School. He is
the son of David and Alma
Gonzalez of Plant City.
Povey
Marine Corps Cpl. Daniel
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craft Wing, Okinawa, Japan.


NEWMAN
Continued From Page 7
defense I explained to her that
this procedure is relatively
new in the gas pumping
game, and that not all stations
require such a security step.
The whole episode would
have been somewhat forgotten,
at least for a while, had I not
received a phone call at 10 that
night from a man who identi-
fied himself as a security officer
with one of my credit card
companies. "Mr. Newman," he
said with a slight accent. "We
would like to verify some credit
card transactions that took
place earlier this evening on
your card."
Karen heard my side of the


Povey is a 2003 graduate of
Durant High School of Plant
City and joined the Marine
Corps in July, 2003.
He is the son of Susan G.
Povey of Dover.
Waters
Army National Guard Pfc.
Derek H. Waters has gradu-
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ing at Fort Jackson, Columbia,
S.C.
He is the son of Ben and
Patricia Waters of Plant City
and is a 2004 graduate of
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conversation as the security
agent and I rehashed the
entire money saving episode.
My face literally hurt from all
the laughing I did in the five
minutes it took this guy to
walk me through the attempts
Karen made to save a few
dollars at the gas pump.
I can't help but wonder
what she would have said to
the guy if she had been the
one who answered the phone
at 10 p.m., and some guy
started quizzing her about her
credit card transactions.
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As we see growth, we will revise our plans. If

there is an unexpected increase in population in a

given area then we will adjust our construction."
MARYEUEN EWA
Superintendent, Hillsborough County Schools

COMMISSION
Continued From Page 1


The saturation point for traffic on Interstate
4 in that area is 138,000 cars in one day, FDOT
officials said.
The availability of development along that
road is dependent on the traffic remaining
below the saturation point.
"The city will benefit by creating or improv-
ing roads that parallel and intersect with 1-4"
Clifford said. "Road and transportation sys-
tems that will take cars off the interstate will
receive matching funds for construction. Plant
City should look to Hillsborough and Polk
County as partners in the transportation proj-
ects."
The state's growth and development bill
puts critical emphasis on the availability of
water and transportation systems, such as
roads and mass transit.
"If you don't meet the criteria recommended
in the growth and development bill, and you
don't partner with adjoining authorities, you
could find yourself in a fiscal crunch," Clifford
said.

City must set aside property for schools
MaryEllen Elia, the superintendent of public
schools in Hillsborough County, addressed the
commission regarding new facilities scheduled
for eastern Hillsborough during the next few
years.
"Our plans are fluid," Elia said. "As we see
growth, we will revise our plans. If there is an
unexpected increase in population in a given
area then we will adjust our construction prior-
ities."
Presently the number of schools in a given
area is not considered part of the contingency
plan for development in the state, officials saicL
But future legislation could make school room
availability a part of the formula for growth


within the next few years.
Elia said elementary schools in Plant City's
satellite communities of Cork, Knights and
Springhead are at more than 100 percent
capacity.
"The school district has approved two new
elementary schools, one high school in this
area to be constructed in 2010," Elia said. "And
there is an un-funded middle school planned
after that time period."
Told by commissioners that a population
increase is expected during the next two years,
Elia said the school board and the district
would maintain close association with the city
to anticipate school needs.
"As you consider annexation and develop-
ment it is important to have property set aside
for needed school sites," Elia said. "Location is
important. We want schools located in the area
where they are needed. Setting them outside of
developed areas will create transportation
problems that will increase the expense of
operating the school."
Options that will allow city property, such as
parks or libraries, to co-locate with public
schools is one way to make schools more
affordable and convenient to an area, Elid
said.
For its part, the city intends to weigh the
information provided during the workshops to
help guide its future moves in regard to devel-
opment. Sollenberger said he will work with
city staff to organize a communication stream
with developers, FDOT personnel, the school
district and the school board to help anticipate
problems and find solutions to growth related
issues.
In addition, the city is expected to soon hire
an assistant city manager to address develop-
ment and growth issues.


ROUNDUP


Continued From Page 8
needy people in Florida and
other nations.
To donate, place the items
in a "Lions Recycle for Sight"
collection bin at the following
locations: 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 Country-
wood.

Pregnancy Care Center
The Pregnancy Care Center
of Plant City, 304 N. Collins
St., offers free pregnancy tests,
information and confidential
support. The center is open
weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.
Volunteers are needed.
Call: 759-0886.

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


awards ceremony at the Flor-
ida State Fair in February.
Nomination forms may be
requested by calling 628-4551,
or by writing: Chairman, Flor-
ida Agricultural Hall of Fame
Foundation, 4508 Oak Fair
Blvd., Suite 290, Tampa, FL
33610.
Nomination forms are also
available online at www.flag-
halloffame.com.

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

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seeks volunteers
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City seeks volunteers to
deliver meals and work in the
office. Drivers use their own
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DIGEST
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separate actions by Gov. Jeb Bush to
serve the state on a governing board
and an advisory council.
Jennifer Closshey, former owner of
Crystals International, former chair-
woman of the Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce, and presently
president and CEO of Ideas & Innova-
tions in Plant City, was named by
Bush in April to the Southwest Florida
Water Management District's Govern-
ing Board, or Swiftmud. Her term
expires March 1, 2009.
As one of the 11-member board,
Closshey will help establish policies
for Swiftmud, which covers 16 coun-
ties. The board represents a wide cross
section of interests, including agricul-
tural, recreational, business,
industrial, urban, rural and the public.
Board members are unpaid volunteers
appointed by the governor and
confirmed by the Florida Senate.
Members serve four-year terms.
Closshey will serve as the ex officio
chair of the Northwest Hillsborough
Basin Board, representing water
concerns and issues in that part of the
county.
Closshey is currently a board
member for Hillsborough Community
College and Tampa Bay Watch
foundations.
Charleene Closshey, daughter of
Jennifer and Charles Closshey, has
been named by the Speaker of the
House Allen Bense, R-Plant City, and
approved by Bush to serve on the
Florida Film and Entertainment


"This entire program depends on the

time and effort put in by volunteers,

including the prospective homeowners.

Mostly, we need bodies."
DON RAINARD
Co-founder, Plant City Chapter Habitat For Humanity


Advisory Council. Closshey was then
elected to serve on the council's
education and membership commit-
tees.
Charleene Closshey is a vice
president for Ideas & Innovations, a
consulting and production service
organization founded by her mother
last year. She is an honors graduate of
Lakeland's Harrison Art Center and
Florida Southern College. She was
twice Miss Orlando, once Miss Tampa
Bay, and in 2003 served as Miss
Tampa.
In 2003-04 she worked as solo
performer at Busch Gardens, and at
the end of 2004 toured Europe with an
international music troupe.
Closshey has volunteered with
numerous community organizations,
including the American Cancer
Society, Children's Cancer Center, the
YMCA, The Spring of Tampa Bay and
the Multiple Sclerosis Society, as well
as serving weekly as a high school
mentor in affiliation with the Hills-
borough Education Foundation and


the Governor's Mentoring Initiative.
-George H. Newman


Habitat For

Humanity Seeks

Volunteers

The Plant City Chapter Habitat For
Humanity is looking for volunteers
who can help the nonprofit
organization succeed in providing
affordable, housing to qualified
homeowners in the Plant City area.
Habitat officials have scheduled an
orientation meeting for Aug. 15 at 7
p.m. at Bruton Memorial Library for
those who would like to provide labor,
material, money or time to help the
effort. Coordinators Don and Debbie
Rainard are asking for anyone who
would like to be a part of the program,
in any capacity, to call them at 707-
0331.


"This entire program.depends on
the time and effort put in by volun-
teers, including the prospective
homeowners," said Don Rainard, a
traffic department supervisor for the
city, and a co-founder of the Habitat
group. "Mostly we need bodies. The
higher the numbers, the better we like
it. Most people can help by swinging a
paint brush, a hammer or a shovel. We
also are asking for skilled tradesmen
and women to volunteer their skills to
help us in the home-building process.
We can use heavy equipment, tools,-
material, expertise and almost
anything you can think of that will
help get a home out of the ground."
A lot at Drane and Carey streets has
already been selected as the newest
Habitat home in the Plant City area. A
family has also been chosen and they
will be required to put in about 500
volunteer hours to qualify as Habitat
homeowners.
The Habitat group owns a second
parcel on the east side of town and are
looking at two other properties to buy.
Debbie Rainard said a family pre-
application meeting is scheduled for
Aug. 13 at Bruton Memorial Library.
More information will be available
concerning that meeting next week.
"Orientation for new volunteers is
an important step in our program,"
she said. "This is a community effort,
and it will help to provide families that
work hard to qualify to be in a Habitat
home a better life."
-George H. Newman


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Continued From Page 4


bidding process, at Courier
Field, Sansone Park and
Snowden Park. City workers
did much of the construction
work and subcontracted the
rest.
Additional planned
improvements scheduled at a
later date will include an open
hexagonal pavilion for con-
certs and events such as wed-
dings and parties, shuffle


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board courts, volleyball courts
and horseshoe pits.
Jesse Carr, city building-
supervisor, has been asked to
review the project and
consider the city's ability to
complete the job.
"We will look at it and
consider all that has to be
done on our end," Carr said.
"Our schedule in building is
pretty tight as it is. We might


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be able to get the job done, but
we will have to wait and see
how the numbers work out."
In other action, the com-
missioners:
Approved the assessment
of liens against property own-
ers at 606 Hitchcock St., 4507
Airport Road and 302 S. Frank-
lin St. for the cost of demoli-
tion amounting to a total of
about $6,700.


Approved a settlement
with the Florida Department
of Transportation regarding
an eminent domain'seizure of
property adjacent to the North
Alexander Street project.
FDOT paid the city $50,000 for
the property and $10,000 in
attorney's fees.
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who flew into the eye of hurricanes.
Wouldn't it be fun to see this
cartoon from the past? I'm also told
that "Smiling Red" was a true South-
ern gentleman.

Money matters
I bet most remember their first
credit card, some with joy and cau-
tion, others with wild abandon.
Learning how to manage money
and live on a budget are learned skills
and that's just what First Baptist
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pies of money management. The
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p.m. There is a $20 fee, which includes
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,name and discuss current city plans
that will affect downtown residential


historic districts.
Information: Nancy, 754-2108.

Filling the hole
Speaking of our downtown, I am
told plans are near completion for the
block that was almost totally wiped
out by fire. I saw the preliminary
drawings and all I can say is "wow."
Stephanie Ferrell is the architect
(she's done a lot of historic projects in
Hillsborough County). David Haw-
thorne said he hopes to see a final
rendering in a week or so.
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SPORTS


S'2005 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
~if?' :: | | Above, members of the Plant City 9-10 all-stars rush off the field to their manager, Clay Wycoff, after
S. winning the Section 4 title in Dade City. As fans filtered onto the field, a radio blared the Queen song
"- \"We Are The Champions." The team advanced to play in the state tournament in Bithlo, where it lost in
Sl '" the state championship game, 7-6, to Naples. At left, Plant City infielders gather on the mound before
the last out against Dade City at the Section 4 tourney. Plant City won 11-1. From left are Stephanie
S, Taylor, Kayla Chandler, pitcher Rachel Dwyer and Lindsey Farkas.



Plant City 9-10 All-Stars Earn 2nd At State Tourney


LOSE 7-6 TO NAPLES
IN CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
When the opponent actually has a
nickname, rather than the city it repre-
sents, on its jersey than it must be a
pretty impressive group. Such was the
case of the Naples team that edged
Plant City, 7-6, on Monday in the finals
of the 9-10 Little Leagtie softball state
tournament.
"We had the two best teams playing
for the state championship, that's for
sure," said a proud Clay Wyckoff, the
Plant City manager. Plant City was
trying to repeat as 9-10 champs.
Unlike basically every other team in
the state, the Naples team goes by an
official nickname, the Rockets. Other
softball teams from the traditional
power that is Naples do the same
thing. The Rockets legitimately played
during the Naples Little League season,
but more or less resembled a club
team.
"I've seen travel ball. These girls
were better," Wyckoff said.
And yet as impressive as the Rockets
were, Plant City put a severe scare into
them Monday night. Naples led 7-1,
headed for what looked to be a
convincing victory going into the last
inning. But Plant City rallied, stunning
the Rockets with five straight runs and
having runners on second and third
base for Hannah Boles.
In a repeat of what happened to
several other Plant City batters in the
game, Boles hit a ball that had base hit
written all over it, only to have it caught
by one of Naples' tremendous out-
fielders. This time, Marina Hill's catch
ended Plant City's season.
"They had outfielders running and
diving for balls, and you just don't see
that from other teams," Wyckoff said.
"They made a couple of great plays on
balls that we hit hard, balls that usually
are hits to the wall. We played our best
game. I told the girls kind of gathered
them up before the last at-bat and told


S. .... W .
Photo courtesy of Diane Taylor
The Plant City 9-10 all-star softball team relaxes with their second-place medals
after losing: to Naples, 7-6, in the championship game of the state tournament in
Bithlo. Lying down is Kristen Wyckoff. Behind her are, from left, Jordan Bowers,
Kayla Chandler, Stephanie Taylor and Brooke Freeman. Standing, from left, are
Leann Farkas, Hannah Boles, Alex Arnold, Rachel Dwyer, Kasie Mills and Undsey
Farkas. In back, from left, are coach Jeff Freeman, manager Clay Wyckoff and
coach Scott Taylor.


everyone to get up on the fence get
fired up. We just came up one run
short."
In two games against Plant City, the
Rockets won by a total of three runs.
Naples won each of its other three
games by the 10-run rule.
The teams had also played Saturday
in what turned out to be a meaningless
contest, because both squads had
already clinched the top two spots in
their pool by having beaten the other
teams, West Melbourne and Home-
stead. Nonetheless, Naples won 5-3,


though the Rockets were served notice
that they were facing no pushover
when, after jumping to a 3-1 lead, they
saw Plant City tie it up at 3-3.
All of the action took place at the
East Orange Little League complex in
Bithlo.
Plant City started out with a key 3-2
victory over West Melbourne on
Friday. Rachel Dwyer was the winning
pitcher. Then on Saturday, Plant City
had a mercy-rule win against Home-
stead, with 9-year-old Brooke Freeman
getting her first victory on the mound.


Plant City ace Kristen Wyckoff, who
got the call in both games against
Naples, pitched the first inning before
Freeman came in to finish the job.
"Brooke had never pitched in a big-
game situation like that before, and
she jflst pitched great," Clay Wyckoff
said. It was the first time in Plant City's
postseason that someone other than
Dwyer or Kristen Wyckoff had
pitched.
Later Saturday, Naples won 5-3,
meaning as second-place finisher in
its pool Plant City had to go up against
the other pool's winner. That was
Palma Ceia/Interbay, which happened
to be the squad that Plant City defeated
in last year's title game. Though Palma
Ceia was 9-0 in postseason play, it
proved no match for Plant City Sunday
in a 7-2 decision.
In the other semifinal, Naples
crushed Tri-County, a team from Cen-
tury in the Panhandle, by an 11-1
score. That set up Monday morning's
rematch between Plant City and
Naples in the final.
Naples jumped out to a 3-0 lead in
the first inning and was cruising along
until the final at-bat. Pitcher Kaitlin
Conway, who went the distance in the
first win over Plant City, started the
final inning with a strikeout. But then
the next seven Plant City batters
reached base, and by the time the
second out of the inning was recorded
the score was 7-6 before Hill made the
game-saving play.
With the setup of the tournament,
Monday's game was a winner-take-all
match; even though Naples was
unbeaten and Plant City had the one
loss, had Boles' connection fallen into
a hit, Plant City would .have been a
half-inning away from the title.
Even the host's district administra-
tor was impressed with the comeback,
and the Plant City team in general.
"They have nothing to hang their
heads about," said District 24 softball
administrator Bob Eckrich. "The girls
from Plant City played their hearts out,
and for them to come back like that
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ROBERT CONE/Staff photos
The Plant City 11-year-old all-star softball team lines up during the opening ceremony of the state tournament at the Bloomingdale Little League Complex
Saturday. The girls faced squads from Northside (Tampa) and Cape Coral during the tournament. Plant City lost its first game against Cape Coral, then beat
Northside to stay alive. Plant City would have to beat Cape Coral twice in a doubleheader Tuesday to win the state title. Coached by manager Ken Gmytruk,
John Goodrich and Bob Kirk, the PC all-stars are Amber Beachler, Elaina Bueno, Catie Evans, Maria Garcia, Morgan Gmytruk, Emily Godheim, Allie Goodrich,
Jenna Kirk, Jordan LaFave, Makensie McAvoy and Allie Schmidt.


Above, PC pitcher Morgan Gmytruk can't apply a tag before Cape Coral's Katrissa Rowell
slides across the plate. The run gave Cape Coral a 5-3 lead in the bottom of the fifth inning.
Plant City would lose the game, 6-3. At left, shortstop Maria Garcia ranges deep toward
second base and fires a strike to put away a baserunner from Cape Coral. Plant City won the
Section 4 tournament in Dade City by beating Bloomingdale and Land 0' Lakes.


Senior Boys Team Falls In Sectional


STATE FINALS
Continued From Page 23


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The Section 4 tournament
came to an earlier end than
desired for Plant City when it
lost to Dade City, 8-1, last
Tuesday night in the Senior
(15-16) baseball age group.
Dade City went on to win
the sectional by beating Bloo-
mingdale, the team that gave
Plant City a 5-1 defeat on
Monday night.
Because the District 13
tournament was affected by
so many rain delays, Plant


City found out a night before
the sectional that it would not
be starting on time.
"I was told we might not
start on time and then I find
out Saturday, the day after we
were supposed to start, that
we weren't going to start until
Monday night. But that's how
it goes," said Plant City coach
Glen Frank.
He did not use the late
beginning as an excuse, rather
crediting the pitchers that
Plant 'City ran up against.
"We faced some good pitch-
ing, and of course we didn't
hit the ball as well as we would
have liked," Frank said. "But
we did play good defense.
Overall, just an error or two


opened the floodgates."
Plant City, which won the
District 4 tournament, players
included Nick Audus, Brent
Butler, James Hatcher, Corey
Homberg, Bryce Jackson, Jeff
Jacobsen Jr., Matt Kelley, Josh
Moore, Adam Palumbo, Allan
Parker, Ryan Swindle and
Chase Thompson.
Along with Frank, the Plant
City all-stars were coached by
Jeff Jacobsen and Scott David-
son.
The team was one of four
baseball squads from Plant
City Little League to win its
district tournament and
advance to the Section 4 tour-
nament at Dade City.


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was something else."
Only two of the Rockets'
runs were earned and Plant
City actually outhit Naples, 8-
7. Lindsay Farkas had the only
extra-base hit from either
team, a double.
Even though he's a
competitive person and badly
wanted his girls to be victo-
rious, Wyckoffhad a hard time
being too down about the loss
because of what he saw unfold
over the weekend.
"The way the parents and
the kids all worked together,
the way the kids bonded and
became good friends ... that's
why I'm here," he said. "I tried
to thank them Sunday night at
our dinner after we won the
semifinals, and we all had
tears in our eyes."
An example of their camera-
derie was the way the Plant
City girls made up nicknames
for themselves, so that they


could cheer each other on in a
more entertaining way than
most teams. One of the team
parents made up headbands
with the nicknames (some of
which might just stick).
The Plant City team, nick-
names and all the aforemen-
tioned Kristen "Sister"
Wyckoff, Rachel "Rocket"
Dwyer, Brooke "Brookster"
Freeman, Hannah "Banana"
Boles, Lindsey "Drew" Farkas,
Alex "Zena" Arnold, Jordan
"Buggy" Bowers, Kayla "Lil
Bit" Chandler, Leann Deuce"
Farkas, Kasie "Scooter" Mills
and Stephanie "Hollywood"
Taylor.
Assisting manager Wyckoff
were Jeff Freeman and Scott
Taylor (no nicknames).
"We'll be back next year,"
promised Wyckoff, who said
seven of the girls will be eligi-
ble to return.


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I |Legals |
RESOLUTION NO 176-2005
A RESOLUTION OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY FLOR-
IDA PROVIDINGNOTICEOF
PROPOSED ENACTMENT
OF AN ORDINANCE BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY FLOR-
IDA, AMENDING THE ZON-
ING CLASSIFICATION OF
CERTAIN PROPERTY WITH-
IN THE CITY, AS REQUIRED
BY SECTION 166.041, FLOR-
IDA STATUTES AND OTHER
APPLICABLE LAW.
WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission has on this date
read for the first reading
the proposed ordinance
hereinafter referred to:
and
WHEREAS, the City of Plant
City has initiated a change
in mthe zoning map designa-
tion of a parcelof land: now
therefore
RESOLVED BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA:
SECTION 1. As required by
Section 166.041, Florida
Statutes, and other appli-
cable law, the City Com-
mission of the City of Plant
City, Florida does hereby
give notice of the proposed
enactment of an ordinance
entitled,and the substance
of which is:
AN ORDINANCEAMENDING
THE DISTRICT BOUNDAR-
IES OFTHEZONING MAPOF
PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, AS
ENACTED BYCHAPTER 102,
PLANT CITY CODE, SO AS
TO CHANGE THE ZONING
CLASSIFICATION OFA PAR-
CEL OF LAND LOCATED
ATTHE INTERSECTION OF
ALSOBROOK STREET AND
CORONET STREET FROM C-
IA NEIGHBORHOOD BUSI-
NESS DISTRICT AND R-2
MULTIPLE FAMILY DWELL-
ING DISTRICT TO C-1C
NEIGHBORHOOD BUSI-
NESS DISTRICT.
SECTION 2. The proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, following second
reading, shall be consid-
ered by the City Commis-
sion upon the conclusion of
the public hearing provid-
ed in Section 4 hereof.
SECTION 3. The proposed
ordinance may be inspect-
ed by the pnubic at the of-


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fice of the City Clerk at the
Nettie Berry Draughon Mu-
nicipal Building (City Hall),
302 West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida.
SECTION 4. The City Com-
mission will hold a public
hearing on said ordinance
at its meeting in the Sadye
Gibbs Martin Auditiorium
of the Nettie Berry Draugh-
on Municipal Building 302
West Reynolds Street (City
Hall), Plant City Florid on
August 22, 2065 at :30
p.m. or as soon thereafter
as the matter may be
heard, at which time inter-
ested parties and citizens
may appear and be heard
with respect to the pro-
posed ordinance.
SECTION 5. All persons are
advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made bythe City Com-
mission with respect to any
matter considered at such
meeting, he will need a re-
cord of the proceedings,
and for such purpose ne
may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of thepro-
ceedings is made, which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based.
SECTION 6. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda-
tion in order to participate
in this meeting should call
the City Clerk at
813-659-4200 at least 48
hours prior to the public
hearing.
SECTION 7.This resolution,
as notice of the proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, shall be published in
the Courier, issue of July 28,
2005.
SECTION 8. At the public
hearing referred in Sec-
tion 1 herein, all speakers
shall be limited to three (3)
minutes, unless the speak-
er requests the City Clerk
for additional time no less
than forty-eight (48) hours
priorto said public hearing.
In the event speakers) re-
quest additional time the
determination of the
amount of time to be al-
lowed shall be at the dis-
cretion of the Mayor, but no
speaker shall generally be
allowed more tan fifteen


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(15) minutes.
SECTION 9. The City CLerk
is directed to mail a copy of
this resolution to each
property owner whose
land is being redesigned
by enactment of the pro-
posed ordinance by refer-
ence to the latest ad valo-
rem tax records.
SECTION 10. The title of the
proposed ordinance as re-
ferred in Section 1 of Reso-
lution No. 157-2005 was in-
correct. The rezoning in-
volves four parcels located
at the intersection of Al-
sobrook and Coronet
Street. Resolution No.
157-2005 is hereby correc-
ted to include the correct
title of the ordinance.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on July 25,2005.
John L Dicks
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
NO: 1118 7/28/2005
RESOLUTION NO. 177-2005
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING
NOTICE OF PROPOSED EN-
ACTMENT OF AN AMEND-
MENT TO THE ZONING OR-
DINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PLANT CITY, FLORIDA
WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission has on this date
read for the first reading
the proposed ordinance
hereinafter referred to;
and
Whereas, the property
owner has initiated a
change in thezoning map
designation of a parcel of
land now therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:
Section 1. As required by
Section 166.041, Florida
Statutes, and other appli-
cable law the City Com-
mission of the City of Plant
City, Florida, does hereby


I ILegals I
give notice of the proposed
enactment of an ordinance
entitled, and the substance
of which Is:
AN ORDINANCEAMENDING
THE DISTRICT BOUNDAR-
IESOFTHEZONING MAPOF
PLANT CITY FLORIDA, AS
ENACTED BY CHAPTER 102,
PLANT CITY CODE SO AS
TO CHANGE THE ZONING
CLASSIFICATION OF A
PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED
AT THE SOUTHEAST COR-
NER OF THE INTERSECTION
OF EAST ALABAMA STREET
AND HITCHCOCK STREET
FROM M-1 INDUSTRIAL
DISTRICT TO CU COMMU-
NITY UNIT DISTRICT IN AC-
CORDANCE WITH THE GEN-
ERAL SITE DEVELOPMENT
PLAN OF HITCHCOCK COR-
NERS COMMUNITY UNIT
DISTRICT, AS FILED IN THE
OFFICE OFTHECITYCLERK.
SECTION 2. The proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, following second
reading, shall be consid-
ered by the City Commis-
sion upon the conclusion of
the public earning provid-
ed in Section 4 hereof.
SECTION 3. The proposed
ordinance may be inspect-
ed by the public at the of-
fice of the City CLerk at the
Nettie Berry Draughon Mu-
nicipal Building, 302 West
Reynolds Street (City Hall),
Plant City, Florida
SECTION 4. The City Com-
mision will hold a public
hearing on said ordinance at
its meeting in the Sadye
Gibbs Martin Auditorium of
the Nettie Berry Draughon
Municipal Building 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida, on Au-
gust 8,2005 at 730 p.m. or
as soon thereafter as the
matter may be heard, at
which time interested par-
ties and citizens ma ap-
pear and be heard with re-
spect to the proposed ordi-
nance.
Section 5. All persons are
advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Ciy Com-
mission with respect to any
matter considered at such
meeting, he will need a re-
cord of the proceedings,
and for such purpose ne
ma need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the ro-
ceedings is made, which
record includes the testi-


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money and evidence upo
which the appeal is to b
based..
Section 6. In accordanc
with the Americans witr
Disabilities Act, any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda
tion in order to participate
in this meeting should ca
the City Clerk a
813-659-4200 at least 4
hours prior to the public
hearing.
Section 7. At the public
hearing referred in Sectio.
4 herein, all speakers sha
be limited to three (3) min
utes, unless the speaker re
quests the City Clerk fo
additional time no les
than forty-eight (48) hour
priorto said public hearing
m the event speakers) re
quest additional time the
determination of the
amount of time to be al
lowed shall be at the dis
creation of the Mayr, but n
speaker shall generally be
allowed more than fifteen.
(15) minutes.
Section 8.. This resolution
as notice of the proposed
enactment of said ordi
nance, shall be published ii
the Courier, issue of JULY
28,2005.
Adopted by the City Cornm
mission on July 25,2005.
John L. Dicks
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
NO: 1117 7/28/2005
RESOLUTION NO. 174-2005
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING
NOTICE OF PROPOSED EN
ACTMENT OF AN ORDI
NANCE BY THE CITY COM
MISSION OF THE CITY O
PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, AS
REQUIRED BY SECTIOi
166.041, FLORIDA STAT
UTES AND OTHER APPLI
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elevator. $998,500
727-644-5249 126 1Acreage
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2168sf. brand new. School. 5$700K.
Caei corrm. 5569K. By 813-655-3344
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Stream, Homes Cabins space. Great rate. Rent Studiosfo $361BRIotft backyard 1300sf, CHA, WD inli. $2400 mo. + PalnezAcademy 4441 Allan Rd. 'hillS OTR positions. Food Supervisor&.lrriation
& Acreage. CALR now get 1 m. FREE for$44813-9-340L W/D, security system, sec.813-310-7204. 813-986-4900 813-7825013 EOEDFWP grae tanker, No techs for growi n an-
FREE BROCHURE OF Now leasing. 1250L113thAve. $1250/mo813-1-4112 Land O Lakes Stage- Pre School Teacher, MECHANIC Auto & Truck mat. No pumps. Great scape/Design/Build Co.
SALES.(8 O)642-5333. 1- USF Are, large studios South Tampa MacDill ar- coach, 3br/23ba, brand Mon-Fri 11:30 to 6pro AC,tools&expre uired. Benefits Competitive in I. Pasco Co, (Dade
Realty of Murphy. 317 or'(727)215-6301 F private pa- ea, 2br,2.5ba town- new, alltapplga ed end Call813-685-8336x 238 opa-~bonus&ben- Pay and new equip- City). Call 352-588-2235
Pearniree St. Murphy. Automotive tios & storage, Foun- home gated communi- unit consea ion, 0 i 813-96-589 experience. CallBynum 5882154 or email office
NC 28w906wew.8Rit i .180 Ir f tainwood Manor, single tyW/Dincl.$950/mo.- complex, trails, 995 exAcountin PLUMBER Transport for your op 588-2154 cornerstonetreefarm.ffice
r.cm. 18M eal tate store starting at $40. 32 W Wyoming Circle 813-477-6020 W/Ws Accounting / PLUM R exp. ortun fory today net Pay based onexp.
QUIET country s nr Lease 813-971-0891, 843-0071. 813-886-4433 267-0933 YBOR CITY, brand new ACCOUNTING CLERK Great$$, Benes, 800)741-7950 Exp & -lingual a plus.
filled with hardwoos PLANTCITYGood busi- YBOR 1 bedroom, Sun City Center Luxury loft, 2minswalk to 7 Gen ledger,reconcil., (813)202-8091 LAWN HELP/FOREMAN
and pines located in ness mother-in-law suite, in- Home on Golf Crs. Ave. 2br, 2 baw/pole ayrexp i al PLUMBERS HELPERs, DRIVERS Experienced, comm
Central Georgia, (9 ,esso unl u sy cludes utilities, fully re- Approx.2000sf,3br,2ba, loft, gated parking, Ria Staring Multi-famly projects properties only. CALL
n9 corner.vechanic shop 7-0+dep Rent w/option to W/D, furn $2100 or Atfi p roj ep7
miles so. ofeDub ). frp y 9 modeled $700 + dep. 2cg. Rent w ption to a t p / Are you getting top 10 13-727-996,
milesSooffuboin,Ga lease. 3 bays eali8n5 97r-K buy.Redecorated, unfurn $1900. 8ai
Lots range from 3-50 equipment included. 813-784-2276 ready now! 813-59-4264 863-533-7164 n Medical Brandon areas. Benefits pay? Leading home 866-933-0249.
acres, starting at $1800 Ca 813477-0576er3-784-2276 re 83-59-4264 86-5337164 320 M al 1877-3516226x28.DFWP time Van Flatbed, or MACHINE OPERATOR
91229476 owner 190 207 ex/ Country living. 215 UMBE ELPERS OperatorsStuentswel- Will train. RSC Saw o.,
FRE Mutn eplex aAceb oufct, D 15 Homes Comm'l plumbing con- come. Sign on bonus 5451 W. Waters Ave,
R.E. guide for& LakWeste rnN CommercialE P La, CNA'S tractor 23yrs Bay area. Class A req'd Roehl Tampa.813-886-4711
CaR.E. uidenaforWestany-ElevenN CommercialProp ARROLLWOOD AREA, 2c acre n DURANT DW MH, 3br Loveable, Dependable DFWP,EOE813-988-4810 "THE TAKE HOME
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store& Hilsoroun PascoPinellasit cei, FP, /fnmd yd, erez 453-0907 W/D, CHA.813-737-243 Assistivi1307E. Subcontractors CARRIER." Call 7 wanted must have expe-
tIeroeru v Cmmer l Comm. ool 0$25/mo Varico 3r2barl nH EAST TRAPNELL RD. 3br Baker813-752-1648 Forstucco&eifs Sehablo days/week.rience & be cerfited
a Commercia dl s&astnoets new a non 1 acre of landw, E espanol,813-89-8707 356-1136 background check re-
150-170 190 & Industral 81-885-1813.31-9381 apple's fen ced Please leave message experInceformed- DRIERSwww.GoRoeh.com musthaveown
Buildings South Shore Falls, Apollo Noets.$1050/mo,lst& 813-752-1012aft5pm icaloffice. DRIVERS Class B with oos. Amazing Autos 18y at
Manufactured L A.....ni r- Beach. New, upgraded last, dep813-685-6841 LAKE THONOTOSASSA- Call813-659-3328 TankerenGood rcementxp CollinsSt,813-79-1975
eHomes ACommercialge neral ated comm,availdnow, VALRICO 4br 3ba 2c + hed dul Transcriptionist for req. CaP 7 Youllfndvaluebusad
bileropery located busy 1400/mo + security Office, 2700sf hrdwd $500/mo. + $500 dep. Wor anome rffce, Drivers-FLweget ouHm vertised inclassified
Mobile Ho retailshop, repair shop, 941-713-1277 Cu-de-Sc,Newcar, 813-748-8640excbenefitsFax VENDINGMECHANICS Wkly.Grtbenesequ Porter/Outside Janitorial.
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Sales part's deptand room for Houses No mking $1,800/mo NEAR 1-4 & 301-1, 2 & 3 resume to 813-6892741 Highes p exc e a s -9645 oiam- 2:30pm. Validnse.
auto resales. Proerty I09,, Furised +Dep. 813-361-3895 BR'S. $120-$140 weekly. or call 685-4960. CMTI p ns Hazmat. 877-893-9645 Florida Drivers License.
14 & 16 Wides New 06's has 500 ft of hWy fron--I n.Ish ISom ,.6vth uiilities. JOIn Call 813-243-3023
was( 0 age. Fidelity Brokeron WESLEYCHAPEL,3/2/2,2 Slme uil S s II:Derek813-918-9331 J Call 813243-3023
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CHA, older, but remod, Lot is .58 acres corner.b H ry PET la v n ghnt houria s Mon.Fri.
roof over, solid pine lotGreataccess 6000sf 3 uses Oaks 4br 3ba, Irg yd, Ise. NO PETS, datai ingpr1 in CFL Some travel, own pay,excbenes. Apple in Please cal 813-228-7722
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floors, new kit & bath, yr old Dean bid 529,000 1 Unfurnishe DR FR & kit 5747 Riva w/exebene. Must have Ca467-468-4289 Vending 9501 Palm *
has axles, needs tires. (813)792-0017 Rige Dr. $1495/mo + l.BrApts&l&2Bedrm ceandrivingrecord& River RTama **
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Mobi190G Triplex nusroom, AUpgradll WESLEY CHAPEL/ I MacDonaldTraining perience & knowledge UPT$3900!!! Full benefits.
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par close to school Call now: (813)96-8986 3br,2ba, 1850 sf brand YBOR 4 bedrooms 2 are I Plant Cit LOT 22 acre e &beabeto w/CTLTODAY! beinw orcefor7
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storage building/work Pe T ClCedomofo! ao' STo Buy iLosoren MacDonaldTraning Florida Class D Drivers DRIVESAFELY! Vaioins barn dttes.
shop. $6000 obo. PLANT CITY room for BrandonS.Lease Option. lantCi-2& 3BRMH's& Center,EOE/DW License wood driving GuraranteedMonthly CallKimrn 813-416-3162
757-9640 Iv message, rent,in largehouse,on 3/2/2splitplan.FRw/ Zephyrhills/Crystal PlBR a RVCi o. am- Child/Adult I ecordcall352.588.2235 Pa Work At
PLANT CITY Senior Park huge t,$5 de 120 FP,hugescrool,$5Kdn. Spring. 3br,2ba, FP, F 813-7546932 335 or 813.781.3170 onF eemayeits 383 Home
2BR/2BA, A/C Carport weekly inci Uti ities, $1,475mo. Pool srvc incl. hardwd firs, 2 acres, 1m M- 81 ; Care8am till 4pm only! DFW .Great Family Benefit 3 Home
screen room. Fully fur-' every in furnished. $200/mo.credittoward $159.9k. Lease o tion Waterfront I IdCCare-Teachers 37 I Sales Ioverage
ish. Losofextra.ur 3-4304.p ae.813-383-4588 sble.813-956872 2311ChildCare-Teachers, 370|Sales *************** Assemble crafts for some
nished. Lots of extra. Please Call 813-737-4304. purchase. 813-383-4588 possible. 813-956-872' Rentals I Assts. FT PT, CDA pref'd, HaveaCDL? of the largest home
Re rgucale. Accom.To CARROLLWOOD/Country 567 Will Train. 2 Centers INSIDESALES StartWorkToday! craft assembly firms in
$21,000. C 3orall Bob 202 Place, 3br 2ba 2cg on 1212 I Condominiuml ClearwaterLuxurious3Br Tampa Palms-971-2976 HEAVYEQUIPMENTEXP $$Upto$2000 America.Freeinfo
863-412-5410.or e cul-de-sac, lanai, pond, 2Ba penthouse over- CitrdsPark-926-3682 HIGHINCOME NewireBonus$$ packet. Call for details.
863-412-5410. Seffner Serene area fencedd, tile 1500sf. Bashore/Howard-Lg br lookin the bay w/a Live-In Companionfor 813-478-38 1-877-564-6285 1-801-428-465724hours
SSeffner Serene area 15909 Scrimsaw Dr. Iha w/balcony overlkg cony & arage, hdwd Live-InCompanonfor 81347-3800 1-877-564-6285 s
S 180 Newer home to share $1195/mo813-205-0064 Bayshore & downtown firs, greatam i- adutsw/disablilities. SALES ASSOC-SALES 391-399
CommercalProp. cdep 3/mo to DOVER 2BR Bunlow Pool, 24 sec covered ties cale lifestyle. HomelocatedinPlant MGR: sal. + comm.
Lease move in. Its waiting for CH/A, fence ar W/D. a rking. Grea oc/view. $1995 mo.813-765-2070 City.F/Tw/exebene. Rqmts: retail sales expEducation
Lease move in. It sweating for CH/fencedUar W/D' 'mo813-832-c570Req.livinginthe home, detail oriented, gooE
younow.CallJoemycell d$70rst lastplus V action overnight &wkends. comm skills, basic com-
(248)342-5047, or (248) deposit. 813-707-9130 Fishhawk Ranch Villi 3 Cleandriving record& puter. Bilingual a+ .- Fax I I
Ofc Space 545-8510(248)545-510 FISHHAWKBeautiful2003 3br. 2a. c. gaed Places bck'damusContact resume 954-441-8502 or www.DRIVECTL.com 39 Schools
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205 1 Apartments u2cgover2000sf oncon- pool.$150/mo DISNEY CLOSEOUT N.Collinsat752-6508ext emalimsandovaiI
U um d sedation lot, tile, fans, -813-SALE ... Book lNow!" -3 112. MacDonaldTrain. bellocelular.net Industriescompany EARN De re-online from
Bell Shoals at Boyette urnis servation lot, tile, fans, 87068869 days, 2 rights 2 tickets enteales,capeile+ *Rstrictions& legal, Computers. Job
FishHawk area.Genera yard svc access to o a $900 KsPL T City Area re as s s PLANT Area Pre Base + commission. LimitationsApply Placement Assistance.
office-medical offices. COUcNT RIE Bs Harbour Island Staa School Teachers needed perm. 813-74- Computer & Financial
New Building,From NTRYSIDEBLVD 1995/mo. 813-230-7444 3br,2ba luxury exec con- Breakfast 1-00-749-4045 experience preferred RitaStaffing Tuesdayaftrnoon/eve-
1- 00 FRONT CONDO,2BR,2BA Fr, 2 ado. lots of community ext. #757 ut not requires. Will 2121www.tidewaterte-
1000-4000 S arage,ONT 1300sf,ose C/HA, carort, utiiLS-3br amenities; cable, poo www.Trip2USA.com Train 813-857-8457 Exrcellent fuosonTrstart$6760 chonlin.com
S to ampa and beaches, room-W/D hooku elevators $200/mo.933 Restaurant &m iforfrnEast&South forMikeorDee 400-499ask
cathedral ceilings, large workshop fenced back 813-886-4433 267-0933 Restaurant/I&mregreIn East & Souh for Mbifke or Dee 400-49
screened patio on lake, yard, $1,00/month + HYDE PARK Villa e,sste s n 340 Hospitality/ o GreatOwner0 erators:
walk-in closet wd, deposit 813-390-1370 fromshopsjg:1 r, W/, Clubs career Musthave 5oys TAKETERSTSTEP Merchandise
ARR AREA,, ""'* Pooland Spa $14 0/mo, LUTZ/WESLEY CHAPEL, corner unit on pool. SUMMER In some knd of work TOWARDABETTER
PARanO ARE Avail.14mmediatel T E KCAPEL, Gated/covered parking. SUMMER COOK SHORT ORDER & w/good refs. For appt. **LeasePurse Plan I st Ior Sal_.
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professional ofc incl T 403-4598 or 813-610-5069 Maker, FT/P with exp. emero 813-39-705 Ava *
cable, Internet acfessional $o 725/mo+Depositn PARKSIDE ONE BAY- SPECIALWEEKLYRATES forbusyltala.Restr.in IGranteedhome BATHTUBR FINISHNor
atmosphere. Call Sandy EGYPTLAKEAREA2/1Du- 813-949-0311 SHORE 15th Floor 2br N les Gulf Coast Rverview. 813-234-1700 14s ty I UNo eae-on costs i Ree, Sn eplRe
for more information: o lex $600/Mo. + 2ba Harborview 2000 COOKWAITSTAFF.PT Spose-Riderrogram sir. Ciommercial&CRes-
f 813-936-o91 $n600/Dep.includes N NEW TAMPA ARBOR 2bHurborriew Crina0owned OSEa :f program&
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280foffi pac oatv.64-8904 8) ad waterfront home lease. (813)334-5351 PremierOProertiesf hred.nSrviaaFigrida
orime location at N Dae 648904 w/many amenities. Exc Southwest Fridalnc. KITCHEN HELP F/T. App c eckre.CrMo-Fr atourPlant CFL Ioc TubDoctor"'Floridas
Mabry. Good for doctor /MO.FREERENT oc. nr evrythng. SouthTampa REALTORS in person Chancy Cat- 1-877-988-574 Resume: t w
or business office $1600 mo+ 1 600sec. 2br,lba condo in desir- VACATION RENTALS fis Shack N. Pan Rd 813-988-1077 eoe/dfwp 6 1-888-686-9005
813-979-737972-7582 TOWNSGATE Avail /1.(813) 299-0021 able Soho area. 800-741-6886 813754-0477 www.miertcom SALE-Ches of
STAM$1150/mo. www.reAnapesom or3.52 7 D13-7572?,1 r Dv S/E & 3-State Run: T/T tools, mowers welding
PLANT CITY 1000 sq ft APARTMENTS. NORTH TAMPA FOREST 1301S Howard Ave SURArBRDsoorEDrives. OME WE- othr3ieu d m.Sall
PLN Cor iaii contrac- 754 C HILLS Beautiful 3br 2ba 813-886-4433 267-0933 "DRAWBERRHUTelivery Drivers. HOME WEEK- e rui te, s bandesa, any
or, 4206 National Guard 74-2200Plantity home, nice area. F/T& P/T Positionsef 8 8 42
Drive Available August PLANT CITY, 1BR uiet $1250/mo. SOUTH TAMPA-Palma Aply in person 1505 BUS DRIVER weome/Mfits,401 Trainees 813-689-2142
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PLANT CITY, Industrial PlatC t-2&3BRMH's& 3br,2ba home w/fenced + pee.8137433 Employment 350 general Endorsement P -545135 L
lease 150 to 3/000sqard 400sf, W/D i. South Tamra.Ptrkland, S io Plan eIiaSW EERDRIVER
including Conference condo #44- 2br 2ba Bookkeeper YMCA, 1507 YMCA I Dlic.9pm-7am, Plas,
Room & Break Room. 4705Fox Hunt Dr. Newly remodeled. |Ma .F -FulPCiarge ContactChrisitAustin a omm'irOA
Starting at $160. mo. SouthTampa 813-86-4433 267-033 $1300 mr secu n Positions M ruF EOEac D.F.W.P. 60wk. 13-243-02 PERA R
ContactMathew Homer 3br,1.Sba apt available ODESSA Avail 81. 05 Call Mart 2 \ 1-Po Wanted 8398Mon6-4560 EO. arl T $RAINING FOR
813-865-1192. THE- Aug 1sL Pool access, 5bdrm 3ba, 3cgar, over (727) 744-9048 8 1 83.984560 DRIVER I T' RANG FOR
GEORGEW. LACKEY, CO new carpet/paint etc, 2500f, at neighbor- TAMPA PALMS CONDO LAWN MAINTENANCE OFFICE ASSISTANT, Bilmn- COVENANTTRANSPORT
PAT .Oi $950/mo813-7583 hoodavailable 9/1, 2br2/2ba,1050sf,aIlap- Mow, Trim, Edging, Land- gual, cust svc, "hone & Excellent Pay & Benefits WC= H own
575 sq ft, $560. mo. South TamI-AFB Area $180U/mo. + sec. dep. pliances, alarm system, ReasonRate computer ski82 s. Call for Experiefced Drivers To S &C e..a)
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1,600-3,200 sq ft. 6 Firs, Remodeled Duplex, Plant City 2BR/1BA screened lanai '$105 WILL HAUL Trash Junk, O Helpfor uses Paid Weekly. COUNTE hel for Sand-
$1200. mo. Outdoor NiceYard, 6426S. carport, CB mint cond, mo. 813-728-5260. Clean Sheds, Yard, Tires Pl s. Enual Opportunity E- wiERhhonl antC
12X Adeli$700/mo$50De nice yard 95. mo + Towu N ountry2br2ba JunkCars, Anything! 'LL b lF 10-r30M PAY WIAC 2PM days.
2Street. InclWate813-787-8686 dep 813-752-1957 Colony Bay, waterfrt DO IT! 737-335I763-3745 7 .3I- 1 o37) 813-763-51 07
813-299-516 South Tampa-AFB Area PLANT CITY Brand New view your own dock, LAWN MAINTENANCE f3-0T -. IDRIVER: Ind Cont'r j
TAMPA Efficiency 500sf, High 3/2/2, lAc. Deed Re- gatedpoolbavaccess, Mow, Trim, Ed- 360 Trades wOwnFS Cargo Van for DrycleaPe ss
Office Space for Rent. Ceilings, Remodeled, stricted. 13miN. of60, /200s, 1350/mo. geing,Landscaping & office productdelieryin s Gir 3eed o a
2500sf MOL, Newly re- Pvt.FncdYd,6426S. Smith-Ryals Rd, Avail 813-598-2454.486-8756 ore A/C Res/Comm Exp. Svc the reaterTampa area. 4-Gr 727l9
decorated- Coer of Adelia,$550mo. Sep 2005 Rent Dsc. to & Install Techs-Full Be- FT/ F; $500-50/w. a e
Dale Mabry & Gray St water813-787-8686 $1,40W/mo.813-967-1425 p212ATownhou pressure wash homes. KentAir Tolfree 877-8962 FRONT Member
813-873-0623 SOUTH TAMPA South Bay Plant City- Imeccable .Anoo Beach Waterfrt ree est Call Mickeyv 8M 38 s ervices plen5a6 -D
WATERS AVE W. 1412, Apts, 3/1, W/D Hkup 4BR/2BA, FRR, sep. br2.5ba,Toalyrenov. 737-1348/813-382-7199 LAP/NTSat hours and Sun
new building 1000- DW, 1 mi N. of MacDill laundry r 995/mo+ scrnd balcony 1300sf BLOCK MASON NEWPAYPACKAGE 1-6 PM.Plant City Fmily
3000sf, illbu interior AFB, schs on bus line. sec. 41-792-3270. boat slip/direct access PARRISH Lwn Service Li- $18/hr. HilsboroghPl-
al (13 3335 5**813-835-65r mt IIE 2 story 3br, Baypoltennis es.tinwkly/morifth rates county. 813-760-1719SI rectly to 'CA
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Fishhawk area. New hm wsrpool 3/2/271185 cd-siRTrSboth.
retail center, Fastest TEMPLE TERRACE/USF, 2000 sf, W/D,$150O/mo. 813-34 0-897 Managertirnt &VtSeffoePy drivecccom
growing area. From Remodeled 2br Starting incLmlawn & pool Sum BRANDON, near Xpway SCa 72DFWP aorsum for reacng
1000-5000 Sq Ft. at $595/mo Incld Water, merfield, 813-979-9350 2/2.5, gated, 1500stf, I -7 readers okdi for rea ching
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14001 M e for Sale 14061 Jewelry I
GRILLTow-behind, gas or PENDANT, I carat Dia
wood burning. Excellent mond pear shaped flaw-
condition, great for less D color. Make an of-
tail-gating. fer. Call 813-323-4108
Call 813-477-6318 ask forJune
^ Watch Tag Huer 2000
model, Chronograph,
steel & gold brand new
in box, asking $1150
813-839-2765,389-4702
GROOMING EQUIPMENT 407I Diamond
CAGES GROOMING TA- among
BLES 6RYERS & MORE. DIAMOND eng meant
8 13 3 9 0 5 0 5 7 DIAMOND engagement
813-299-4374 ring, 1.68 carat, ought
for $6,000. Must sell.
POOLTABLE, all wood w/ Have papers. Asking
cover & accessories $4,000 obo 813-649-0790
EXCELLENT CONDITION!
$1800 obo Call PENDANT, 1 carat Dia-
813-920-0024/404-3242 mond pear shaped flaw-
less D color. Make an of-
fer. Call 813-323-4108
SAVE 50-70/o% askforjune
-offchildren's clothing WEDDING SET- 1.5 carat
Through this exclusive of- diamond, platinum. .5
fer, you can obtain the carat center diamond.
biggestdiscountonchil- $1500. 813-210-6834
ren's clothing, an- leave message
where. Save 50%-70% [ 4
off name brand itens4 I Stamps -
and more. Send mane -4"1 Coins- Books
and address to: J. Allen,
P.O. Box 879 Plant Cit Coins-Currency BUYING!
FI 33564-0879. We will Tampa's Oldest Coin
send you a sale bro- Store. Top Dollar Paid,
chure. Cash. 5802 N Armenia
USED LUMBER good deck 813-879-6670
material, PVC pipe WE BUY COINS!
fence, guard rail post, Buying selling, trading!
Craftsman riding mow- Over 3Nyrs exp. Buying
er parts, push mower, Silver & Gold coins. We
car ramps, engine puller paytop $$.813-792-2493
stands, chainsaws, or727-455-6196
sockets, wrenches, lots
more bicycles, dress 1410 1Furniture I
ers, desks, fridges, o01
water heater, stainless AREA RUGS-WHOLESALE
steel oven panels 3x5 Shop at home svc, wide
5009 Gallagher Rd. selection free $25 AMC
NorthoffKnitsGriffin. gift card, 813.505.3174
813-986-123 www.ArugDirect.com
VENDING MACHINES 100
plus machines, gumball BED $125
candy, mint, sicker & A Absolute All Brand
spira s. $3950/all Name.On/Full ortho-
(863) 221-2973 pedic Mattress Set New
sI. in plastic w/warranty.
400A aisce. Can deliver. 813-477-9019
A anted BED $225KING
CASH PAID for anything Orthopedic PillowTop
Gold or Silver, Diamond Mattress Set. New in
Rings & Things Old plasticw/warranty.
Coins & Large Paper Can Deliver 813-477-9019
Monea. Old rist or
Moc W dhta MEMORY FOAM
PocketWatches, Stamp MEMORYFOAM
Collections, Newer 10"MattressSet$395.
Wrist Watches made by Developed by NASA, As
Rolex or Omega Old seen on TV, 20 yr non-
Weapons & Paintings. prorated warranty. New
Call Cash on the Spot in Plastic. Can deliver.
813-649-0790 or 813-477-9019 or 363-0097
813-245-3992
CASH PAID for Diamond BEDROOM 1-8pc
Rins & Things, all go King/Queen
et watches, wrist Solid Cherry, med finish.
watches by Omega, Ro- All drawers American
lex & other, silver dol- dovetail neverusedstill
lars and othercoins. Call in box. Can deliver cost
John 813-649-0790 or $4,500 sell $1,575.
813-245-3992 www.solidwood
bedrooms.corn
WANTED! 813-293-7621
DTV/Dish Network BEDROOM SET, 5 pc, Kin-
Will pay cash & pickup, caid solid oaK, qn mat-
727-430-0906 tress/box included,
mint cond., paid $5000,
WANTED! Buying all Old asking $1800 obo.
US Paper Money, coins, 813-477-7875.
Ieweiry, silver and Mill-
ary Items. Call Skip @ BEDROOM SET-girls 2
(727)786-9230 White Pine beds $250,
dbl dresser & mirror
$$ PAID for all types of 5175, chest $150 (813)
JEWELRY&Silver/GOLD 220-2110OBO
merchandise. Watches.
DIAMONDS & GEMS! BEDROOM set Queen sz,
Call SAM 727/804-7463 Bed, matt & boxsprings
dresser w/mirror, chest
LOUIS VUITTON, Coach, & night stands. $500.
Brighton, Gucci purses. 813-985-4246
Any condition. Top $-
pad Must be authentic. BEDROOM SETS (2)
Call 813-493-4922 comply. solid wd, 1-$700
Aniu w/mir. canopy, 1-500.
Antiques/ Antique bab ran pia-
402 Collectibles no $1000.813-685-3857
BEDROOM, SOLID OAK:
BASEBALL/FOOTBALL Dresser w/2 mirrors, ar-
CARDS Vintage 1930's- moire, ntstand,
'70s. EXMT-NM, many hdboard. Great condi-
stars/rookies. Aaron, tion! $650 813-653-0620
Mante, Mays etc. (407)
876-8260-407-341-1236 BEDROOM SUITE. Fon-
tana w/hutch, $590. Lthr
CLAWFOOT TUB, 1926. chr& ottoman, tan color
GOOD CONDITION. $550 $150. Wood shelf w/drs
OBO. 813-241-6091 $200 ea or both for $300.
CLAWFOOT TUB 1923 Call 813-426-5099
Good Condition Pics BEDROON SET Pine wood
Avail $950 OBO, (727) w/slate, king sz, 8 pc's +
485-8077 mattress. Sacrifice
-$2500/obo. 2 cribs $75
LIONEL TRAINS & Others. ea. 813-672-2313
Bought & sold. New & e 1-6-1
used. All gauges. BEDS AAA- TEMPUR
813-677-5008 Ortho-PEDICNasa
Memory Foam Mattress.
As on TV 10 Yr WTY
LIONEL TRAINS Q cost $1699 sell $399,
Passenger sets K cost $1899 sell $499
Freight sets FREE Fla. Delivery w/ad!
Accessories All Sizes Avail P.Tops
Call 727-785-8955 AIR & ADJUSTABLE
Side Bar-Mahogany, WHOLESALE Prices
Tiger oak desk, ?able SWEDISHBEDDNG.COM
Sold individually or$700 813-493-1222
813-781-6582 866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
COUNTRY PRIMITIVES China Cabinet 5V'Wx7',
New Wonderful Pieces, Table, 4 Chairs, wood &
Jelly cvr wicker pcs, veneer Oak. $450.
handmade dolls. Don't Call 813-988-1407
miss our new garden.
M-Sat 10-3-30.107 Mason
St. Brandon 661-4851 DAY BED $275*
is I Complete with 2 twin
403 | Kids Stuff mats& pop-up trundle.
S New, never used, can
Baby Furniture Sleigh deliver. 813-926-8507
Crb, Changing Table &
Armoire. By Berg, Honey DAY BED $275
color, Like new, $900. ATD
813-956-4352 Complete w/frame, 2
mattresses, trundle, all
n Hobby I new in boxes Can deliver.
I Supplies 813-477-9019/363-0097
Dining rm set, cherry
CERAMIC KILN 1822 tank brown oak. Kathy
$600. Clearance Bisque Ireland grand design,
fired ceramic, table & 6 arm chairs,
813-719-6887 china cabinet. Pd $4000
in Feb. sacrifice $2000
CLASSIFIED Sofa & loveseat both
recline, camel color,
WORKS light suede, sac 5600
813-967-7574


1410 1 F.-uritre 410 | Fumiture I


DINING RM SET Dark
8heny,8'Tblw/Leaf&6
CL. Lg China Cab & Ent.
Ctr. 1200, LOL- Sat &
Sun 10-2 813-995-2304
Dinin Room Table- Oak
DarkStain, w/Leaf.
4 Chairs & 2 Arm Chairs
Buffet, $1000
407-463-1264
DINING ROOM-Thomas-
ville Bogart dining table
w/6 chairs, retail $4500,
will sell $3,800. China
cabinet retail $3 800
will sell $3,000. Buy all
for $6,200 save $2,100.
MUST SELL!!!
Call 813-426-5099
DINING SET: Lited china
hutch & round glass top
table w/4 uphol chairs,
Lt wood. Barely used.
Was $2800 asking $1500
OBO. 813-643-4306
DINING TABLE, Solid Ma-
0le, Antique Drop Leaf,
pool Design, Gate leg.
6 Cane Seated Chairs.
$1250.813-752-81.44
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source of information
about homes for sale!
For all your housing
needs consult Classi-
fied when it's time to
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which to rely!
Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry or oak,
lighted w/beveled glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for$1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743
ETHAN ALLEN Georgian
Court DR set, table, 2 vs,
chairs china hutch, ike
new $2700. Other cre-
denza pieces, Victorian
chair $300, Chindia Rug
Rose ivory & green $325
Call 813-994-5901
I FUTON $225
Oak w/xtra thick matt
New in boxes Can deliv-
er. 477-9019/363-0097

FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
'ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost $625, sell $285
813-293-1743
LivingRm 2 Sofas, Chair
2 End Tables, 1 coffee:
Area Rug. Excellent
Condition. $1,500.
Call 813-657-3918-
When you search Classi-
fied its:
FINDERS...KEEPERS!

MATTRESS $100
A brand name, full orqn
pillowtop Mattress Set
King $185, new in plas-
tic, w/wrty. Can deliver.
813-477-9019/363-0097
MATTRESSDRCOM
WholesaleShowroom
7924W. Hillsb. Best
Prices. TEMPUR-PEDIC,
Mem. Foam Adjustables
& Air. 813-889-9020

MATTRESSES
3 sets, double sided pil-
low top, with warranty.
Never used. Can deliver.
King set-$3125.
Queen set $275
Full set-S240
813-293-7621

MEMORY FOAM
mattress $399. any sz
727-447-0957
813-612-5911
MOVING MUST SELL. Oak
dining room set, 6
chairs, table & leaf
lighted china cabinet
$500. Bedroom dresser
&chest, 2 mirrors $400.
Living room, coffee ta-
ble & 2 end tables $150.
813-932-2547
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!
Moving, Rattan 6pcs,
sleeper sofa, dinette
set, dishes, lamps, silk
plants, antique tables,
porch rockers, bookcas-
es & more. Westchase
area. 813-814-5790.
ROLLTOP DESK-Exc.
cond., solid oak, dark
finish. See it and you'll
buy it. $1,695. Water-
chase Sub. 813-792-1885
SALE! Wicker Dining Rm,
Living &Bedrm Sets.
Patio furniture, accesso-
ries & gifts. Call Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
Sleeper Sofa, On Size,
Blue, all Ithr. Matching
chair w/ottoman & Bge
recliner $750.
813-962-4709
SLEIGH BED, King size,
mattress & box springs.
Orig $2600. Used very
little, Exc. cond. $895.
Call 813-238-6763
SOFA L shaped, sectunal.
114" x 92, w/queen h
deabed. Good cond.
$625 obo. Lv message
813-634-2254
Sofa & Loveseat, Cream
Glass Coffee table & 2
end tables $350.2 wood
Dining rm tables, $30
each. Exc cond.
S 813-661-8599
SOFABED KhaKi, Queen
sealy w/ 3 decorative

TiceN GRT2EA(3
TION (813) 852-1312


UNCLAIMED
LAYAWAY
MATRESSSALE
Twin set noffip $100.
full set no flip $149.
Qz set noflip $169.
Sofa & Loveseat, Over-
stuffed earthtones. Reg
price $995. Pay off bal-
ance $395. or assume
$20. payments
B& OUTLET
115S.EVERSST
PLANT CITY 813-759-8864
Antique Dining rm set,
table, 6 chairs, hutch,
china cabinet $400 obo.
813-920-7502.

Apt. Contents For Sale.
LR, Bdrm & DR sets. Ent.
ctr. Sony 32" TV. Other,
813-281-1015

Decorators dream:
Annabelle's Sofa, BIG
elegant. Exc cond. Paid
$3200. Sell $1400.
13-920-7502.
1416 | Appliances I
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrigera-
tors. $79.50 & up. War-
ranty & delivery in lim-
its. Don't gamble, know
our dealer! 45 yrs exp!
604Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
**APPLIANCES**
USED WITH WARRANTY
From $99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242
Dishwasher $50, Gas
Range $200 & Refrigera-
tor $500, all bisque col-
or, less than 3 yrs old.
For details 813-323-1427
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es, $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, Ex-
cellent condition used
very little. $325
813-907-1756
Washer & Dryer- Coin
Operated. Kenmores
matching set. Excellent
Condition. $200.
Call 941-722-2518.
WASHER & GAS DRYER
Excellent condition $500
for pair. (813) 973-0738
or(813)786-0853

WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
WASHERS & DRYERS
$250 a set, $125 Each.
Guaranteed
Delivery Available
Call 813-382-8615 Tampa

417 Telephones/
1 Pagers

Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voice mail.
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011

418 | Conditioners

A/C New in Box
Complete Sys Installed
2ton $1695 *2/2 ton $1795
3ton$1895* 3/2ton
$1995 4 ton $2095
5 ton $2195
5 yr warranty on all parts
Used AC's avail. 21yrs exp
State Certified.
Lic CAC057499 Call Mike:
813-661-2207
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
352-302-2879 ,
Summer Special! A/C
new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty All Homes, Siz-
es: M.Homes, 2-ton
$910, 2/2 -ton $960.- 3-
ton $1005 3'/2-ton $1070
Prof. Install Lic RMOO-
31291 813/453-9033
NEW*S/DENT
RECONDITIO ED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In.
stalls. We Do It Right The
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
Commercial Roof Top
Used Package Unit
14.5 Ton Trane, $1450.
90 day warranty.
NTA CAC 1813656.
813-748-9265

420 Instr ents

BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST.
NEW USED VINTAGE
REPAIRS LESSONS
BUY SELL- TRADE
LEGENDS 813-348-0688-
FENDER BASS 1977, all
original, Maple neck,
co sector condition.
S2000 OBO. Other vin-
tage stuff. 813-632-9611
CLASSIFIED WORKS


4201 Musical
j Instruments
ORGAN LOWREY MX-2
Model #NT4004. Inter-
nal recorder graphic
mixer etc $10,000 00B,
(941)776-8407
PIANO All Models
New Location
Grand Opening Sale!
Best Prices/Warranty
Spinets from............. $695
Grands from............ $1695
Adams Pianos 632-8600
PIANO, Emerson Spinet
w/bench, walnut col-
ored. Good Condition
$850. 813-986-0527
PIANO, Kohler-Campbell
upright, solid oak
w/bench, like new, exc.
cond. $1500. Call
813-926-0665
PIANO SALE
Specials/Close Outs
Most Popular Brands
Inc. CD Player Grands
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Best Prices & Value
Call 813-855-1227
PIANOS-Yamaha
Certified Pre-Owned,
Employee Pricing!
Over 200 to choose from,
Limited Time Only!
888-600-5188
VIOLINS New $100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
Bows. Mandolins $120.
Guitars $150. Trumpets
Clarinets & Flutes $199
Del avail, repairs, (813)
655-6554 727-945-9427
WANTED MUSICAL IN-
STRUMENTS! Will pay
cash for Old Fender, Gib-
son, Martin Guitars, Any
Condition ,
Buy/Sell/Trade! Free
Appraisals. Honest-Reli-
able Vintage City Gui-
tars. 1-517-242-4866
I Sewing
422 Machines

PHAFF COMMERCIAL
Model a 124. 5,g bobbin,
complete. s$500.
813-659-1181

COMMERCIAL SEWING
MACHINE, Very Good
Condition Just like new.
Paid $1206, Asking $825.
813-909-9887 Lv Msg.
424 Radio, TV, &
42 Stereo
BIG SCREEN REPAIR
SERVICE CALLS
MARK ELECTRONICS
PLANT CITY
813-717-9700
813-416-4451
FREE 4-ROOM DIRECT
SYSTEM incl. standard
installation. 140+ chan-
nels- $29.99/mo for 3
months. Access 225+
channels. Limited time
offer. S&H restrictions
apply. 1-80b-260-2813
HOME PHONE DISCON-
NECTED? Get Recon-
nected Fast! Or Call Be-
fore Disconnection.
From $29.99/mo. No De-
posit, No Credit Check.
Guaranteed Approval.
1-866-447-2489 Ameri-
can DialTone, Connect-
ing Customers Since
1999SeHablaEspanol
I WANT TO BUY non-
working Big Screen
Televisions. Please
Call 813-986-1229

INFINITY KAPPA 9 Mint
condition, incredible
sound. 5 football, All oak
$1,100 (813)240-8866

JESSE DOLLAR Sales. New
& used merchandise
Tuesday Saturday 9-7.
10018 N. 30th StTampa
33612. Across from Busch
Gardens. 813-975-2829.
NO PHONE SERVICE? Get
Reconnected Fast! Ba-
sic Service $24.95/Mo.
Long distance plans
available, no deposit.
Transfer service- keep
same number.
1-888-467-8286 &
1-800-813-9235 Insta-
tone. Se Habla Espanol.
$24.95/mo basic ser-
vice. 8AM-8PM.
ZENITH TV 56" 3yo, like
new. $1000 0O8, (813)
651-3513
Big Screen TV's
46" and larger with
warranty. $250 and P.

4 Medical
Equip.
ABSOLUTELY NO COST
TO YOU!! BRAND NEW
POWER WHEELCHAIRS
AND SCOOTERS. CALL
TOLL FREE (800)843-
919924HOURSADAYTO
SEE IF YOU QUALIFY.
AR DJ Equip, Speakers
ireless Mics, Lighting,
Best Rental Selection in
Bay Area. Ask about our
do it yourself DJ pk .
Beamworks Inc. Rentas
& Sales. (813)855-0709
beamworksinc.com
JET 3, electrical wheel-
chair,, cooler. w,'iif
$2000.813 759-1644
Wheel Chair Motonzed
Golden AlaRnte, good
Cond. $1000/obo &
Manual Wheel chair,
$150/0b0.813-628-0564
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE


430 Office Equip.
4301 & Furniture

300 Herman Miller A03,
6x6 Workstations.
Exc cond. Other Cubicles
available. Call for
details. 727-647-1853
Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Specialist. Commercial
Qlty. At wholesale pric-
es!! EOF813-877-9400
Bookcases, Chairs,
Desks, Files, Conf.
Tables, All In Stock HON
Chairs 50% to 70% OFF.
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voice mail.
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011
Chairs! Chairs! Chairs!
Over 500 used chairs in
stock. Multi functional
mid bck chair $59- much
more! EOF 813-877-9317
Is your life too cluttered?
Do you need more
space? Then unplug
your old appliances.
shed your unwanted ap-
parel and unload your
used furniture with an
ad in the Classified mer-
chandise columns!
KNOLL & HAYWORTH
Workstations, All sizes.
Lowest Prices! Call Chuck
813-966-1072 almost
newworkstations.com
OFFICE FURNITURE &
MEDICAL SUPPLIES:
glass showcases,
chairs, clocks, mat-
tresses, Nuga machines,
massagers gold/silver
bracelets, too much to
list! 7551 W. Hillsbor-
ough, Town N'Country
Plaza (corner of Hills. &
Hanley). 813-888-7672
PHONE SYSTEMS/Voice
Mail. New & used. In-
stalled w/warr. Phone &
computer jack. Lic'd,
ins'd. re 8l3.227859.
Iq Computers &
431 Equipment
A NEW COMPUTER
BUT NO CASH?
You're APPROVED-
Guaranteed! NO
CREDIT CHECK- Bad
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
1-800-420-0326
10A-9P EST Mon-Fri
*Checking Account
Re q uired .
www.pcs4all.com
AMD $99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. New
systems starting at
$299.1031W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
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AMD 2400+ New PC $399
256mb, 80bHD,DVD,
52X CDRW, Windows XP
One Year Warranty
ISORM.com Computers
14918 North Florida Ave
(813) 264-0408
APPLE iMAC, G3
w/software, $150. G3
AIO w/software $100.
Perfect cond.
352-666-3730
COMPUTER REPAIR $45
*Flat rate Not per hour*
ISORM: Mon-Sat 0 to 7.
14918 North Florida Ave
(813) 264-0408

Belo lesale DefL
UnlimitedWireless Aet
New/Used. Starting S299
CALL 813-468-5278
www.buzztech.net
I4A2I Commercial
Equipment
Complete beauty salon
equipment for 4 opera-
tors. Will Sell Separate-
ly. Available from Sept
24. $3000. 813-229-3226,
878-0156.
Picture your home in clas-
sified w/anadon the Buy.
ers Choice hoto page
Huski 25HP KOHLER 60-
cut, 120 hours, under
warranty. $5500/obo.
813-781-6582
I43 Restaurant/
434 Hotel Equip

BAKER'S PRIDE Pizza Ov-
ens HOBART 60 qt Mix-
er, 10x7 walk in cooler.
727-581-9293
COOLERS (3) commer-
cial 2 doors with
shelves & drain, excel-
lent condition, $1,200.
813-382-0907
HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers Grills
Stoves, Pizza Ovens. &
walk-in coolers. Call
727-581-9293
WALK-IN COOLER
10 glass do very good
condition, king $
a 813-362-21062


Eq435 uimesn- t

MEATCASES12',8',8'.
McCray, Full-Service,
$2900, Entire 28'
Line-Up. 813-760-2383


I Builder's 4491 Machinery &
Supplies Heavy Equip.
ABACA Wood/American Rn MIvR
Oak Flooring Wholesale MORTAR MIXER
from the Original Guy 3 bagger, 8HP, Honda en-
who started in this sec- gine, $650. Call after
tion. I buy flooring from 4pm 727-868-0397
all over the word no
Middleman. I have more Niagara Power shear, 48"
products in stock than 10 gage. Pexto 36" foot
anyone that will sell to shear. 3' Box pan brake.
the public. Containers of 813-876-6463
Wood, Laminate. Ce-
ramic stating at .99 si | Sporng I
Come where the build 450 p o d
ers & savv buyersbuy Goods
flooring 1813.918-2137
www.yeagerflooring.com Beretta Tomcat $289.
We also do expert Sand Springfield 1911 $419;
& Finish work for your Rock Island 1911 $319;
worn out old looking Walter P22's $259i S&W
floor, Call us and we'll 642 $339; S&W Sigma
come right over to mea- $299; Remington 870 HD
sure and make plans to $289; Keltec P3AT $249;
fill your needs. Yeager's Meossberg 8 shot PG
-Nobodybeatsourqual- $239; Yugo SKS $189.
ity or service let alone Bushmaster XM-15 A3
our price. $889. University Gun
2012 E. Fletcher
CABINETS. Kraftmaid, 813-977-6010
shipped direct to your --61
home, wholesale prices, GUN SAFE, Hvy duty dbi
Lifetime warranty. DR 2 hr fire resistant,
813-657-7778 41Wx27Dx71H, 5" thick,
exc. for gun collection.
FLOORING $1995 813-299-2143
Prefinished oak still in GUNS concealed permit
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf. class $35, sale carry gun
Willsplit,813-318-9056 Taurus mill pro Black
$299, all calibers
Granite Custom Counter- 813-210-GUNS (4867)
tops: all sizes & colors.
High Quality, Great Ser- GUNS Weatherby Mark V
vice. Low Prices. 300mag US made 9x40
727-741-5500 scope $900. S&W 357
Lumber Rough Cut yellow $300 813-598-1235
pine. Exc for building &
fencing. 2"x8" 2"x6" HUNT CLUB 3000 ac, no
2"x10"2"x4"1"x6"1"x4" camp, no dogs, deer &
8 to 16' long. Reduced! hogs only, silver springs
813-634-1963 fl, $1250/member,
352-208-3156,
METAL ROOFING SAVE 352-351-1999, nites
$$$ Buy Direct From 352-843-8993
Manufacturer. 20 colors 352-732-4656 (352)
in stock with all Accesso- 351-5470
ries. Quick turn around!
Delivery Available. Toll HUNT CLUB Green Top
Free (888)393-0335. 2015 acres, southern
zone. Membership $700
WATER CONDITIONER, Dublin GA
Model 5600 Economin- 404-433-7342*
der. Like new. Originally
$3,995. No C$2,000.
S 813-654-5312 POOLTABLE$1250
l 8i 4'x8'Pro Series, solid
1441 Patio & Deck wood, 1" slate, leather
441 Supplies pockets K-6 rails Ball
andClaw feet, Worh 5K.
Concrete Pavers 2nds Lifetime warranty.
from manufacturer Can deliver & set-up.
low price Brooksville 813-477-9019 or 363-0097
call Sonya at
352-799-33www. Pool Table 4x8
flagstonepavers.com Pro Series 1" Tournament
1 I slate, K66, 100% gum
Sheds .& rubber rails, diamond
444Carport sights, carved cabinet,
new in box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1250.
FRED'S SHEDS can deliver.
Plant City Beach
2 Shedsto8ho= From 813-293-7621
6x8 p12x24stok SOUTH TPA'S Only Scuba,
La+ Aal.oReuest Painthall & Firearm
eatServices Supply! Action Aquatics,
GreatService 85-0062,2908 Gandy
813-759-120SHEDS Blvd. M-F, 11-7, Sat 10-5.

FIDS^Il~iE SfCOM $1.99.99. olt
Def. SS $849. Walther P5
$599.99. S&W 637 $389.
SI 813-685-2612
4 n.. WEIGHTS & MACHINES
24x24x9 $9.500 3 machines, 1 dumb bell
24x30x9 11.800 set with rack 800+
Both are enclosed pounds of weights, $700
Concrete slabs, 36" door firm. 813-972-4086
&2-7x8garagedoorsinst 11000 GUN PARTS.
Other sizes avail Modernm & Obsolete. For
813-788-3501 713-2333 Sale as a lot only.
STEEL BUILDINGS: FAC 863-494-4365
TORY DIRECT! Liquida- O 4- 6
tion Sale. I I
25x32- $3950; 451 Eqxercise
30x42- $5100; 451 Equipment
40x58 $6700-
50x140$18,900 Body Solid Prof. Gym-
Call 1(877)728-4807 Universal Machine &
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS. Smith Mach ine w/
SUPERSALE! Weights & Declined
24x30 $4A76; Bench, Back Extension
x3 5,984; Eiu Weht Rack w/
r8x38 -$1,974;, Dumbells $2000 obo
Save Thosands! 813-434-5830
Call Joe 1-800-863-9413 BOWFLEX SPORT 2 mos
PORTABLE storage bid old, Mint Condition!
built in your yard. 10x 2 Moving, Must Sell! $600
$1981,12Y 16 $2976, 1624 ne. CalIJanet
$5526. Built to FL codes. 813-643-0804
Call 813-380-4966 NAUTILUS/BOWFLEX
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695 3 l Treed Bm .
installed; Buildings/ d W,1 B use. es
Sheds from $1,925 AI- V W eWI ud 'Mavd u
most Any Size Available sellwil toa
813-299-4790. 681-5468 ws h 5) y- a
I 1n | Machinery& [ TREDMILL Precor 935E,
"" Heavy Equip. computer programmed,
great condition! $550.
Backhoe Ford 750 813-961-9597
w/large front end load- WORKOUT EQUIPMENT.
er, 17ft reach, shuttle Women's 30 minute
shift, Its a beast!, omlete set.
12,500 813-982-9335 or 29- 418226 or
813-417-3087 229-269-8141
DATA COLLECTION PC, wer
model 5055B, touch I R ower
screen monitor Win Mowers
2000 lic. certificate,
brand new in box, POWER MOWER, Scag 32
$5,300. Askin ony wth VelKie. Kawasaki
$2700obo(941)504-0060 engine,r excellent condi.
Forklf-Tampa Forklift home owner use.
since 1974. Parts, Svc-, $10.81-9571121
Rentals New Use 485 Lw & GrdI
Sales&MRackin.2N.' 14 1 ........
40thStm8. 5251 BAHIA or Floranam Sod
Forklift-Tampa Forklift delivered &seton site.
since 1974. Parts, Svc., LarkinTurf
Rentals NewUsed DadeCtyr.
Sales & Racking. 321N. 352-5679
40th St 813-635251 FREE HORSE MANURE!
LTHL Great For Gardens!
LATHE YOU HAUL!
16x60, $600, used less Locaidefweryavailable
than 50 hrs. save over 813-61-1096
$2000.813-334-7705 I
MACHINE SHOP 1489 I
DOWNSIZING I I
Mach;ies, tools & acce-s.
799 or ,CHEAP LADIES
813-841-5100 7 DPAM
DID FIDO EXTEND THE 15-aL(4-6ft)$75
FAMILY? Place an ad in 727-542-8362
class 480 and unleash I Lic.#47226432 Email:
some of those pups! palmgirtflaaaoLcom


45 Nurseries/
469 Trees

LIVE OAKS
45 GAL, 4" CAL, 14'.$75
25GAL, 3" CAL,12'..$50
15GAL, 2" CAL,8'..$25
748-8640 Reg #47220672
PALMS-Canary 3 & 7gal,
Pindo Queen, Sylves-
tries & Washingtonia 7-
30gal. Lic. 47225743.
Lakeland 863-602-1743
*** Tropicals "*
Mangor Avacado"
SGuav Lych' e"
Palms ""
Adonidia Travelers *
Triangle Spindle *
*Bismark* Foxtail*
#4722415 813-884-1927
YARD FRUIT TREES
90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
Orange-Tangerine-Fig
Pummelo-Persimmon
FI. Peach-Plum-Nect.
All Sizes $15 to $50
Crepe Myrtles all sizes
3 for $29-Up to $50 each
813-752-4938 #47216934
14801 Dogs I
Affenpinschers-Yorkles

Puppy Sale
Micro-chip, HIth Wrrty
Free Vet Visit & Exam
Financing Available
S.W. corner of McMullen
Booth & Enterprise Rd.
Clwtr 727-723-0212
Bring ad-$200 OFF
Regular Prices
S.W. corner of McMullen
Booth & Enterprise Rd.
American Bulldog Pup,
Male 4 mos old. ABA
reg, Parents on Prem,
johnson Type, $500
Call 727-375-8962
American Staff Terrier
Pups, blues, reds, blks.
Ch line, hith certs. Also
grown dogs. $350-$850.
13-494-6088, 633-4041.
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
pups, UKCI, See photos
www.mccartys
corgis.com
Call 352-591-2271
BEAGLE HOUND PUPPIES,
large hunting breed,
parents on site, 1st
shots $250. Call (813)
737-2680/(813)478-1853
BICHONS, Cocker Span-
iels, Lhasa Apsos & Gol-
den Retrievers, M & F of
each one, 1-2yo $350-
$850. Serious only. Call
813-779-9497
Boston Terrier AKC reg
puppies 7 Wks old, male
& female, POP, beauti-
ful great markings.
$650 863-738-1371
BOXER, Female, 10 mo.,
all White, ears & tail
cropped, all shots, great
w/cnildrenvery exube-
rant $400.813-541-1433
BOXER PUP AKC Flashy
fawn, 1 large gorgeous
male POP. $650.
813-920-5616
BRUSSELS GRIFFON Male
8 weeks black $700;
Females 2 years old fawn
with black mask & black
Female $700 each
813-935-6584

BULL MASTIFF PUPS-
AKC, Champ blood line,
Fawns & Brldies ready
Aug 6, POP, 100-1200,
taking deps 813-335-6704
BuTerrior Pups- 5 weeks
IoMarPsMweeks
old. All Maes. Only 3
left! 1 Brindle& White
2 all White. 813-356-9371
or 813-239-6181.
Bullmastift (2) both
2.Syrs,lMBrindle$1000,
1F fawn w/blk mass
$1000 or bot for $1800.
Wht Bull AlaPaha Blue
Blood $500.813-628-0564
CHIHAUHUA PUPS-AKC,
M & F, awesome colors,
tiny & x-tiny, great lines,
350& up. Call
813-363-5136
Chimahua Puppies, M &
F, Fawn, Rear Blues,
Blue/White Parents AKC,
ACA, shots, hlth cert.
400-6.813-477-0924




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14111 SperSaver-I
Bar stools (2) Chrome-
craft back/arms dusty
rose $75. ea. 685-4425
EVERETT Piano $150.
OBO. 813-754-7844
or0813-752-6557
FREEZER, MEDIUM SIZE
CHEST TYPE $75.
813-752-703
HITCH for 5th wheel
w/new hardware, $150.
813-714-3840
Law mowers w/baggeI
(Several) $150. for all
080 813-659-2703
ROOM Addition, alumi-
num, 9'x18'. $200.
813-714-3840







30 THE COURIER JULY 28,2005
1400Dogs I I48 Dogs I 1480 1Dogs1 4I Dogs I |4 Garage, Yard S i525| Horses I 562 campers a 583 after 11584 Boats
COCKER PUPPIES LAB PUPS, Chocolate ROTrWEILER, AKC PUP- AD A I SalesEtc I estk raelTris 2 REGAL 1994 DECK
Ready 08/01,2 females, AKC, 5 mos old, vet /, afl PY, female, 8 weeks, ADORABLE A A 2YRAPHA B-S GELDING 23'ROCKWOODT.T, ultra Aluminum Canoes, 10, Boat Catamaran, Fiber-
3 males, shots and pa- shots, 1-F$500,1-M$400 German line, Kid safety, PUPPYSALE 2yr elding broke just light, exc cond, sway w/trailer, for sale. Con glstwn hull, 200 h.p.
pers,$350. Call: or both $850. shots & hth cert. $700. U SAL needstoberidden. ery bars & hitch included, tact Joe or Tom Mclain eg (reauilt) w new
63-425-3164 813-792-1003.997-4955 813-293-8889685-2175 l gentle, 15'2 hands stilll loaded! Private owner. @352-796-0960 921 W battrailer.cmpete
COCKER SPANIELS-ACA LABRADOODLE Puppy Rottweier Mix Puppies, Petland L O Oack $8900obo (352) 523-0011 JeffersonStBrooksville seats.ed Must seewill
reg'd, 4 F, 1 M, 1st shots Genuine FIB www.labra 8 weeks old, 1 Male, 1 CORK Area. 4614 Keene (941)00322-0260.ust Sell, 25'2002 Forest River, Toy Yamaha 1991 Jet ski trade: $19,995
& health certs, home doodlepuooy.net Female.$50 covers cost Rd Sat, July 30. 7AM- Hauler fully loaded, w/trailer. 2 sweater, runs 813-875-8662
raised, Born 5/31, must $1250-$2000 of vaccination. 3PM Multi family sale Free Horse if boarded used t times. Man good. $1150/obo.
see! Call813-928-1908 Mt.Dora 352-223-6012 Call813-657-4909 ASelectionofMoreThan Clothes, kids junior & with us! Full board extras included.$12,50 813-681-4464 Leave 29'1978Chris Craft Cruis-
COCKER SPANIEL LABS 10 wks old ,AKC, SCHNAUZER-MINI salt & 50 PUPPIES Plussizewomenouse. $250/mo. Horses rented 813-417-0681 message Extras. Surveyed in'0 at
PUPPIES!! BIk & wht Excbloodline hlthcerts pepper, M&F, 10 wks, Beagle Bichon Boxer old&Miscitems,more 6491126whr $ ww 25/da25COBRA198 800RYamahajetskis,2,& $16,500. $Kfirm.
reg 1st shots, beautiful. 1st shots, yellow, Males champion, $300 each to ChihuahuaDacshun PLANT CITY 1317 Wil- suncitstablescom A 198 trailer. 2001, yes 813-672-1705
Both parents are sweet & Females. $500. good omeONLY! Lab, Pomeranian, Poodle, liams Wood Dr Fri & Sat AC, Awning, Self Con- warranty, fast! 32' GRAND BANKS 1974,
tempered dogs. Private 813-737-2783 967-3247 813 931-0998 Pu, ShihTzu Husky July29 & 30 8AMtil PM GAITEDPASO MARE stained, Sleeps 6. $3800. $8000-for both.HP diese sle 6
home $300 863-967-7855 MALTESE CKC registered, Does traffic traumatize Sily, Westie,Yorkie, multi family sale Furni- 8 Years old, intermediate 813-763-1802 813-765-5424 Bristol cond. aslees 67K,
CORGI PEMBROKE AKC white, male, 0 wks, you? Does shopping plusmany, anymore ture Toys Antiques, rider. Great trail horse. 37 1995 BrTT B Sierra. WEBUYUGLYPWC&MO- Now $74,900. Call Tom
Puppies, health certs. moving must sell, shots, make you manic? Con- Clothes Tools Appli- $1800orbestoffer. 37'LR/Kitchen Slide, Priv.fr TORCYCLES! We also re- at954-463-1732
Ready now; 2nd litter accessories. SS50obo side the calm & conve- All Puppies Come With: ances. All priced to sell! 813-986-3735 Queen BR & Back bunk air & service All Makesraf Mart
ready in Sept. C. Cards Cash only.727-423-1473. nience ofClassified! Our *YrHealthWarranty PLANTCITY1502Prosser beds,refrig micro, CHA & Models! 813-293-6789, Wecrat 1996 Mart-
nages are filled with -FreeVetVisit PLANT CITY 1502 Prosser beds,refrig micro CHA '813-293-6789 unique, Twin FWC In-
MAL ES5ctis2aso resuesCourt,&Sat,dJuly'30,reAM WANTED!! Horses, Canopy w/24' screened 813-960-2194 boards,LowHrs.Gener-
Dachsch52)und P1360 pes, M TYorkies. Pu avail. ao a training DVDva til ?. Medical Equip- ponies, tack, trailers& r.$K813-786-5757 2002 YAMAHA GPR 1200 ator, A/C, Sleeps 6. Full
ac h Puppi & p have to stain line or .100% Financng Avail. ment, Bed, wheel chair equip. Top prices 2aid 3 Frkn25T eo.w r exc. cond.,EleewsCanasuEl
AKC/CKC w/healhcer- &later.$550 &up. searchforparking tLawn uiment Good home. Ca ryndi 38 Franklin 2005 TT Sel orig owner, exc. cond. Elec. New Canvas Exc
tificate, variety ofcolors betsat@acun. com sahfp ri Also, a Large Section of etc. awn equipment, now813-649-116 contained, fully loaded, custom trailer & cover Cond. Must Sell, $59,900
$450-$650. Call 941-322-9563Cash SCHNAUZER MINI, AKC FreshwaterFish, Reptiles Furni otsofhouse- now813-4- 2 slide outs, Central air, allaccessories, garaged 727-639-9543
Pu, h813-391-457th rtsho Small Animals, Birds& hold&Misc tem Halflinger, 6 yrs old washer/dryer&awning. $5500 813-263-4220 33' CHRIS CRAFT House-

81rthots.6817377 oull find value bus ad- ate e. lie bi of BEEFCALFS -584 Boats I 38' 2002 Seara
813-391-7877 OLD ENGLISH Sheepdogs- $hM e. $400 Female. All Your Supply Needs PLANT CITY 309 Roseland thorough, kids safe, trail -$22,9007 -650-934 19 u K a bteIS CAF et
DACHEnglish Bulldog Puppis- vertiseAK in classified shots l400 cash Serious Aae, shat1 Jl 3 th ForiSale.s 1300.bsto w a aSkio 0 wt
pare ntson premises, OD e, 6 s ren. Hip crt. Puppy.re727-856-82154 F-9SA0-9 11 RLbi leAse b e00.Delivery EOVOYAGER191CAMPER 750 STS $2 400 8 oak kitchen, TV s
shots & iewormedy 8/ Need fncd yard to run. o 2H4r s lnPM. Motorized wheel- n,14H,kidssae,2$1KE
weekad $2o 0. $650/pr(810r reg. SCHNAUZER-Mini, 2 iMA x chair, household items, .83--2 K-Feather2. #9$6000515 warrma railr ga rrautoi o7 16
81-681-7377 0532. at, rae a Male 1 year handsome 7699l W481 Waters Ave. little bit of everything, 813-7 5500/f AT Seral str

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rn, 3 Ma. r dy on 8/2, OLDE BULLeDOG male, nInquiries.r813-220-4227. VicA xRDLceo14irosplase bredin aa lveryHona.cleanRreliable 72 mi.
AKC rag.,mp blood m FoUVi'gwar ame.scovern, rcm-W NT eD elive r er lreo fr 127 Rebn ic 90hpMer2u dar, AutoR iloAT227,500


canEmn p ori. C 25 g.02 r SCLASSIFIED CAN! eUZER-Minis, 2 P64-0703 e CLASSIFIED avair s MA ATLE O-5322 aer 1526 r a ietra3l2r a-d
e lld s. putyoure fem talents to work KIod, TTENS & CATSGALORE wares tools all nice & -.E CALL IdDY 813-885-150 ty, w/2 25hp Mrcu
$25r00.352-797-344 PEKINGNESE(2) Classifiedcangetthejob AIsizesandcolors. clean.PRICEDTOGO. NO',-.],.-6'.'1126 564 Recreational 14' V-HULL ALUMINUM rCALL(84) 521805
GERMAN SHEPHARD AKC AKC r od M,$300; n one Ana upreI Pets1 rt/ets hrAve. PLANT HORSES BatTY Multi-fesi- BIkru.b lce Rental ot Vtr813-748-5902n ailr BOADa Ea NoE


ied y 863) -1007 y Knap antstoo Animal Friends Society enRsits, urniy 30, Twour Qepuarter broke for POP UP CAMPER, 2001 Sren contonh 50 REPAIRS. All makes &
hetIh BLcert $450-0 ip eEs &oul find tt KITTENS, reg, Burmese & misc.SAT7/30 7am-? back Anus uboxs (850) A/C, Sink, Stove, Fri 813-239-605 models. New Nissans(727)2047988
champion813-299-2735 PITBULLPUPS asbloodlinesfiehasaposition Tonkinese kittens, 2807Oak Crest8Dr 510-486-54 (229)246-1819 ClL 8ynntores We Re h ertc N laT
8rnso2 wspptFree to good home.Sp c p o canyousol.Albatrpis
parentsonpremies, Call '813-25-4402 for CLASSIFdneutered some vacons, air corn- WANTED- GOATS SHEEP refrig, wired or 1 ebuilto r caMoYINFL

EMABUE, D ab openineverypresson n pressor, electric scoot- LAMORGANS& CALE. TO brentalcampers.xccom hnd $4K Motor C & lifd of Largest Volume Pontoon, 2003, hardly used


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GERMANClassified canShorthair Point- L f e le abo.A azon Blue Fronean. $600 W 5W E e ec r o -r ev i 9 s. $2,800
$2500.352-797-6344 pesfrmeKING'st s263-6)t29, St vt AeCk amp l rEI N 0 c399 s 0 -9 Co 2ma --i SodReB ional 14' V-HULL ALUMINUMr,6 585 9sb in-
etc ReadN 7/30 C 8K Pomeranian Puppies $300 one And if you're hir- tsmart/Fletcher d Av. PLANT CITY Multi-fami- Blk Fowler -75RVos/Boats 163 moBASTRACKER1994 (845)
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certs, 7 5ks, narenWs on $495. Call 941-224-8969P eyes, raised in home door/outooor.eHouse- N k pIVEOChausinaena 4 T Tevinhrder, runs ho c se813-6771300






AKCe, BiBoned Pup h premises rn1s 9 00 SHARPEI PupdAKCshots, 600. Please cal l items furniture, Ios ors. 14 hands, g o rl ne b Ocight lighting & completelyAT
Adults ichAColors, pNe.i80-695-209 V hIth cart k ChocM. /13y300-6797 SPO S M-MORAB/LA $ .Bline, very playful. wash area. From 35 gal. live well. $2500. CSTL TOURN EDT 225

Blacks, family oriented. PITBULL REDNOSE PUPS, haouse/r te o Experienced rider. Must 813-968-4991; 505eat-2803 813-767-2787. Suzuki o/b w/warranty
1E h Bin o rse 4797/1188,14 1 UABrd tobkstes &So 5ond7a r 2hor s w 795
ert$650 & up (94lth ert )809-62420s s RDot rasi r blood t ined t s i erdar Y se E AIl, S a RITE 1' T LL wlumtrailer,loadedxc
or th ar line, sires father champ w /cae $1300 1br. as "ro t B R & Bor s -aSe cauir ^ wer g p 5 h $7,500 hours $23,900







ERAIAN GirE adoi nt 0 t a 813-383-0212M A o o n $ 600 HWY 54)L4925 Pennecot Black Gelding 10 yrs old torUe- p outside Johnson motor, rungsJi m9 1-36008
etc. Reay 7/30. 813- Pomeranian Puppies Taking deposits. He hy. h pp, h3nd ine$700. 941.51 8-6637 Fowler,& 1l-75RV's/Boats 163' BASS TRACKER 1994
5467061/352-583-0331 Adorable papers & Ready 8/9. $500 and Up. ledbabie.. 5 2609 500-549 Secure outside $50/mo. w/reblt '98 50HP Rocky Point Area near
5healthcerts. ead 7/31 Call813-239-9418 AMAZONDY, GR.Cheek& Farmer's Market HEREFORD BULL Covered $150/mo Johnson, less than George Rd & Memorial.
Golden Doodle Pups 2 yra for more info nca 813- sun conure BH Pionus Young pure bred, readyto HappyTraveler RVPark 20hrs, great condition utside storage, 4 r
Ready 8/1727-642-0524 00 52-754. Now -4587 SHIH TZU Pupes,AKC Loverds,uaker, Quarter breed. $600-700. Cal 813-986-3094 $3300 bo.813-9in8-103 Access Fenced &


















R400-$550. Tk o ep* P small Read 7/23' hth. cert. ma es $700, 9- 0416 beautif10oaints! W 26'5thWheelTravelTrail- Deluxe mode full ADVERTIS IN CASS 631 50m Covered $15ro
taking dep. Delivery to POODLE, t puppies vet Champions, st sots, Yel tbRin NecksomputerAll Han F Gara 813-33085-157 person, ASSBOAT locked, oats RVs, Trail-
Tpaarea 93-528-2690 chkdlsts otsKC Ms $ 0- 1 0 0 0 FedCa727-726-664 0 s 3 P 58a 198 boat& trailer ony, e rs, Autos, Trucks Etc.
R & Fs, some tiny. POP. 813-929-0212 i e s ONs goosape $1,000 obo. reasonable Rates,
L0 & Bte $700 (8 3) 859 SHIRN TZU pups M & F A Y uaint mar nt i ll, 813-727-5523
OPu es, females, AKC, 7558 or (863) 859-S6337 B I Front, talks all of the GREEN PEANUTS Picked kid friendly,$850/bot. 500FREE. 813-363-8215 OUTDOOR STORAGE
1sti 2nd shots. Parents P E rE 63 BRW/white, avail7/26 time, 1 yr old with large fresh daily. Hand grated call 813-653-3355 or PoofChemicals or
on prop. Ready for POODLES REDUCED!All 6wksold w/health cert- Cage. $500. 9a-6p M-Sun. Cre Rd. 813-244-8361 towards aSpa. 17' CAPE HOR Y hcnT
or813ving 629ome. $800 Aes&ll Sizes.ure352-591-2271 Ca352-591-2271me Now CLASSIFIED352-3WORKS 813-65713-2333-788-3501 YEAROLDHORCallfor details 115, 1997 Ctr Console 19H son&PotRicey
1-561-301-9834 Bred Puppies. HIth Cert. or earl y pick. 47 6 ar81- 79- a vSFOR g u- wt r i v e wl areas.RVs, boats,
Males&Fem.$175-$300. 8 S719-466arCirv 14831 Exotic I 477-6631or781-7987 SALE Great beginner 813-4 9trlr. Live wel, ro
GOLDEN Retriever Pups, CALL863-712-4667.. hrse. Light work. Good A +POOL HEATERS FA c 1. 813-2 6-5533
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choose from. $300. 941-266-4479. T C S toes 484 $2400 Call 813-855-6136 13 ext. 18 1998 Sadoo Sports- ll
Call 954-224-18010 (8 1 3 7 0 7 1185) Services tr 180, twin 8 en, All boats/R
eor386-454-8769. OtUwww.haptpyjack- IFarm Equip. Mn Market.cow Lic dat ie, E conao, ec cure facial
o30checked, health carts, inc.com sAQUARIUM conp. .0 e#CWCO979xisured. ats 7g e cond, e4 O 24 hr acc. Reasonable
ITALIAN GREYHOUND wormedshots, female, a. salt, wet/dry Oak KABOTATRACTOR 1750 For sale. All ags. Dealer iOquiries wel- a81384-142 rates. 813-505-2803
AKC reg, 2M1F, Toy, back$475. Rarefemale SpotAdvertisingWorks stand + fish $1300. w/Bush Hog. Shuttle 941-750-8221 come. obo 813 84371 8 S
hthcrt, lowark very phantom $500. Male WEIMARANER PUPPIES 813-684-4148 shift, new tuf tires IN LVEOCK-haulingfenc- HOTTUB prson, with 19' 1999 REGAL LSR fast- Harbor Island Boat Sli
sweet. Noshed.$360up. choc/g rn eyes $500. akc champ ped blues GOOD CONDITIO ing, portable en. Land cover, 120V elec, new track, 55mph+ !S.prop, Garrison Channel float-
386-754-5687 READYNOW. Also 4 blk and silvers $500 clearing.813-4-3797 heatn element, new mini, wrnty clean ing docks. Can accom-
t females, tin tiny toys, 478-971-1883 FISH AQUARIUM 90a 813-685-1257 tinoo. n 1,00 RD 727-H67-3191 modate sm-Ig boats w/
LAB PUPPIES, he read 8/1 Home saltwater wwetdry orses&550-599 at$850.813-96-673 or83-962-2395 shore pwr. 813-789-833
certificates, shots, raised pre-spoiled, par- YORKIE-MALTESE mix & filter, black wood ca 525 8 p OUTDO r TORAGE
wormed micro, r enonpre SCHNAUZER-MALTESE w/doors, $400 obo.Ak"dLivestockRd/ e i R a
for in osits. Cash ny. mix cuties.O$400-M $500- 813-594-0917 Setter, w condo. d mieoae
27-642-0524 PHgs:5M4$55 2 F b7tsat 4cunaeSm I Quarter Horse-500 6400.RoluWill sell $2500 $401uo roOptions, amaha 4 V m.8Securedloc'n
LAB a-024 Pu2-M$-4587 F 5 9413229563 14981 Estate Sales Quare Pon$-S500, Mn I I MotorHo meIl. hardcover/Easy stroke (12 hrs), Minota $ 13-6Sue171
low&Choc. parents on Italian Greyhounds 2M YORKIE PUPS, AKC A SUN CITYCENTER All fid-safe. $0mrRV's I age w/fu cover mint' Fowler & 1-75 Boats & RV
premise reedy 8/24/OS. $550 Health Certificate family raised lovinC, HOT TUB/SPA 5 person, $20.5 81$-634-5394 torage. Secureoutside
9400-$550. Taking dep. PO smell Read7/23' hlth. cert. males $700, Cindy's Estate Sales dn, 100/mo. Many HOTDeux e rmod .fur
7/23 8-6788o 81-6-7800 967-0416 beautiful paints! Will 26'SthWheelTravelTrail- CDeluxeCmodeor'dfuml
now. 813-677- 8 on 813-601-3075 femil$s. 2356 Emerald Lake Dr trade & rent $15/hr, er, 1995 Coachman Cat- loaded, never used, futPl ADVERTISE IN CLASS631 Happy r avereRVPark
813-677-3739 813-971-0635 (Off Del Webb West) $25/day. Call now: alna-like. Exc. condo. warranty, sacrifice ANDSEEYOURVANGO! 813-986-3094
LABea hcups.AKC ra *ges4Sale Yorkshire Terriers-AKC Fri29th&Sat30th 8-2 813-649-1126 www. sleeps 6,AC&heat,.aw- $1,500.813-508-1320 19.5' CHAPpARAL :998
black males, parents on Park Ave. Puppy & up, $800 & up. entry tl, computer P352-330-1195 person, 24 jets, binet, w/trailer, Bimini & cstir,5, 586 Supplies &
727-857-0886 Lic#P05062440 352-245-8611 BRses, 4full b.ohutcas, t workshops, horsebarns 31' 2003 CLASS A HOLI- digital LED, waterfall covers, 0 neat ond I Repairs
7c4c ilt 1ivw2 20x20x9 2,600 DAY RAMBLER 2 slides loaded sacrifice! $13,000.81-494-3506
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots, RATTERRIERPUPS UKCI, YORKSHIRE TERRIER M/4ctrs lam ps,*w/2 20x30x9 ,200 22K miles Excellent con- $1,475.941-234-3394 206 2000 ODESSY 1998 200hp, EVINRUDE
wormed, vetv blk hds See photos@LA) pups, AKC, Seephotos chrS, ictesapkfurn. *24x24x9 032 edition Located in Kings- HOTTUB/SPA, likenew,5 PONTOON BOAT veiy V6, New Lower Unit
6-yellow $325 ea. 1-choc www.mccartys www.mccarts clothes &more! n 24x40x9 0020 land GA $59,900. Must person, 24 ets, cabinet low hours. V9500. $30000obo
$500. POP, 352-588-4666 ratterriers.com terriers.com OtherSizes Available Sell! 912-673-0100 digital .LEDwaterfall, 813-684-2121. Days-813-885-25550r
or813-629-3629 Call 352-591-2271 Call 352-591-2271 CLASSIFIED WORKS 813-713-2333-788-3501 31' Tioga 2000 l 1oade3sacrifice!Eves:813-877-2517
w/16' slide, 38k miles $1A75.813-426-2897 21' Hydro-sport, 1997 T-TOPS ANODIZED ALUM
Ford Chasis V1O, lots of Large above ground Pool, skiff, Evinrude 175hp, WITH NEW CANVAS.
,T.-','W,1 extras $41,000 obo. exc cond. $300. U take bimini, fish fdr, trailer, CUSTOMIZED TO FIT ANY
863-602-0876. apart. 321-223-8146 was on a lake exc condo BOAT $800 94J.266.0903
S3V5th wheel 2001 H RAM $11,000.813-459-9925 www.aqua-shade.com
W P EPRESSKT,3wslides, 2203 Grad White 2001 MERCRUISERS (2), 5.7L,
loaded non-smkrs, Yamaha 200, 2 strokes 265HP, FWC engines
$37,4060obo 352-592-2227 Solar Pool Panels electronics, exc cond, w/1.5x1 BW trans, 1000
38' 2005 Beaver Santiam 4x12 $120 each. Call 813-286-8149 hrs. Exc cond $5,500 for
(By Monaco) 4 slides, 727-410-5282 23' Prollne 1989 CC 2002 both.813-645-9151
40hp, 8,000 Onian gen SPA, amah D er,POLING PLATFORM
s8K m, MSRP $226ic 95 waterfall, wood cabinet trim tabs, alum. traier, with diveladder, alumi-
30%Now ar c good cond, $1000 biminitop.GreatBoat num, od condition,
30%AffMSRP. See com- 813-657-8460 $14,000 obo.813-478-2306 50.ll:
plete details at
IN=TMPABAY =1:R 1 IR LUS mhsrv.com 800.335.6054 24' 1985 CHAPPARREL 813-949-1057
39' 2002 Damon Ultras- PY 1/2 hp 110v Faue outdrive, new cony top, very clean, low hours
port 300 Cat 6 spd 23K Redwood ext Bluish int good cond festatersaFe fresh wtr only, $950
miles $90,000 will take 3person YOU REMOVE Call813-689-2142 (813)754-0825
Now vo'lfn ap a a rputen ulctotrades (863)514-3505 $T,2D0 (813) M97036 241 WELLCRAFTArU-jr 8n n .15 boats
888-B RV Nearly 600 I MOVE ANY SPA drive, fridge, windless, 2 'Sail Boat, Zap, fibre
Airstream Jayco full canvas, new uphol, i
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tampa. 24/7 galley, standup .ead/ trailerind. $750 0P.
15611 RV'swat I -6 01 cond must see! $K Call1813-966-6731
Tampa 8424 Sheldon Rd. Valrico -1971 S.R. 60 s 8-6 l
I837WaI 81987oCabaSloop.,
Tampa -8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico -3236MLithia -Pinecrest Rd. BATESSuncoastRV 5 Vehicles 24'1992 Sea Re una, 3' draft,1l8hp Joho
MMN iIGA G 0 H cnbrconsol einMec son, Palm Harbor slip
Tampa-4479 Gandy Blvd. Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market LET US RENT& YAMHGso,12gHSP, 150 VHFLowrance, avaiL$6500obo.
50 hrs on skl,6 hrs on kf on hoist, s (727)204-7988
AmeicasStermae Tampa-5715 Gunn Hwy. Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54 Manage Your RV newmotor, kept, $12,000.86T 9
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave. Seffner -725 N. Grove Cir. Income &TaxBerefits!! Perfect co 053 firm. 2' Cr n L8', uECSMON1981rYacht
Call 1-866-673-6878 813-610-4187 Aerc avo~ I Fullyloaded&.verygW
Apolio Beach 6188 U.S. Al Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave. I I & I YAMAHA 2000 XL 700, 3 250hrs, all otons, alm diesel. $21.5K 8@ Davis
Brandon 1945sW. LUsden Ave. Tampa -o7851 Palm River Rd. rnew motor, i trl Fami s cruiser. 1. 305-393-1997 or
Brandon -17 Bloomndale A. Thonotosassa -9535 E. Fower25' GRADY WHITE 2004 wwwata abayKn
Sun City Center- ,4445 Sun Cit/yCir. Lut 18407 U.S. 41 a le20()GXI rsa f
a/-9 U.1 -c2ri2noles ri a (1) GTX RFI, mint condo. stroke, electronics, bim- Da-
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600-649 630 Trucks 11631 Vans
3U0 Heavy Duty oa ...
Transportation I eaPLYMOTH Dut1999y Vag
DODGE 2003 3500 Quad 7LseatsM O ualVidn.gr
Automotive cab Cummins Diesel, Doors, ld /0C d Very
oAutomotive I 6spd, runs good, tow Cean.$49
I Services package $24,900. 813-888-9191
813-503-1739 TOYOTA1998SIENNAXLE
Bay Area Motor Works, FORD 1996 CRANE, 15 ton minivan, moonroof,
Engine rebuild & install, Truck with 60'Crane,24' loaded, 44K orig. mi,1
Up to 3yr warrarny JIB, low mileage read owner excellent cond.
Auto/ Boat R to go to work $43,000. $13,9006.813-801-9665
813-926-9994 all 804-994-5802 TOYOTA 1998 Sienna, 91k
Auto FOR1996 F-250 XLT miles, 5 door mini van,
620 Engines, diesel, x-cab,1 owner ree dual air, $8500.
620 Engines n ne x.oker ond 974 06 leave mes-
Parts & Misc. Asking $11,900OBO. sage.
Engines & Transmissions Call813-917-2033. I, 3 Spo rtUtility
Used & Rebuilt-90 days FORD 1996 F-250, AC 632 Vehicles
up to 3yrs warr. M-F9-5. runs, looks good, $2750
Mem BB 813-907-5519 obo. 813-989-1470, ACURA 2002 MDX
FORD 302 Core block. 610-9435 SIvr/BIk Lthr Ext War-
$1000 FORD1999F250SuperDu- ranty, ^Loaded,Very
813-436-7577 t XLT, power stroke Clean oldA/C 43kmi,
Sdiesep, crew cab, long $23,900.813-253-2523
Motor, Transmission, & bed, black, grey int., CHEVY 1989 5-10 Blazer
Part, Nissaan 1999 chrome wheels, own- plus parts car, power
Maxima, 50K mi. er.$16,600 orseriousof- everything, $3000 for
813-731-8208 fers. 863-412-3823 both. 813-728-7833 after
ISUZU 1990 GRUMAN Box 12p
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt truck, excellent condi- CHEVY 1999 BLAZER LS,
from A-Z. Guaranteed tion $3995.727-422-1329 Gold w/Tan Int 4 Door
quality work. Your place or813-886-3806 56K Miles, Great Cond,
or mine. Call ROb

813-610-1535 KW 1998T2000 rblteng all $7500 obo. 813-362-8798
alum wheels exc cond, Chevy2002 Suburban LT
TRI-GLASS FIBERGLASS askin$25,50. 33k mi, fullyloaded, 2nd
BED CAP for 04/05 F150 813-719-3439/843-0808 row captain's chairs, 1
extcab w/6 1/2 ft bed owner non smoker.
Arizona Beige; like new $22,50od .813-416-8128
$575 (813) 727-2857 630B6 4-Wheel 522,506. 83416- 128
TRUCK-MOUNTED DIESEL 30B Drive FORD 1992Explorer, cy
FUEL TANK (90 gallons) Red, less than 1001(
wEth pu 9, Diamond DODGE 1998 1500 Quad miles,needsclutch,
Plate $m00. Call: Cab, Short bed, 5.2L 813-68-06;601290o
813-949-1057 auto, ood tires, great ;01-2903
shapeWHEELS-ASANT, $6000 obo. FORD 1996 Explorer V8
WHEELS-ASANTI, Gator 863-521-4782 loaded, runs excellent'
Kumho tires all brand FORD 1993 F150 4x4 XL 6 ACnot working 69736600
new, asking $4,400. Call cyl, 5 speed, cloth seats,. obo.Call 813-7 -970
813-245-1390 bedliner, looks & runs
it good. $3000 obo. FORD 1998 Expedition,
7 Utility 813-657-9072. Eddie Bauer 5.4L, 114K
6 Trailersmi, 2-TVs, CD chgrtow
Trailers JEEP 1995 Wrangler 4.0L M, chrome rims, tD 9500
5 spd, Totally rebuilt; 1 cr17- rims
6x12x2 Never used- 15" Light Bar, New Bum- -7-639
wheel w/gate $825. pers, lift kit, Make Offer FORD 1998 EXPLORER
Used 6x16x3 tandem 813-235-6707 SPORT cold A/C, runs
$800. Others avail. 1996Cherokee, great, 5 spd 4.0L, 6 cyl,
813-237-0110 JEEP 1996 Cherokee, WI Ca $2900 obo.
utility jeep, 4x4, AC, P s 813-963-23 s,$2900 Ob
The Key To Savings cpw, runs gooddoo Fg 960 EXPLORER
condo. red 166K mi. FORD 2000 EXPLORER
StartHere $3400obo. 52-686-1560 LTD. 48K mi, fully
Stalsirt Hr SUZUKI 1988 S AMARI, loaded, exc cond. $12K
inClassified SUZUKIA/C, removable fbre obo. 83-832-1174 after
8'x24' OFFICE TRAILER, gaass top, excellent pm
great condition, needs shape. $3,500. FORD 2001 Escape, 4 cyl,
some work, asking 813-909-8087.293-1930 5spd, 68K Iloaded,
$1,400. Call iV 25mpg, trailer hitch,
813-928-0141 r631 | Vans I roof rack, $9500.
CARGO TrIr '05 End. CHEVY 2004 EXPRES7S 27-364-1909
6x12. A/C Gen. Blox. CARGO VAN Auto, AC FORD2002EXPLORERXLT
Vinyl Int.e r. 2 AM/FM CD interior in- leather all power,
Perect forTailgatin erwarraniy, only 20K ble
T ,g miles. $13,900 mi. Withoutha problem.
$4500813-926150 813-741-2348 $8,000. Day 813-988-9326.
03 PACE 7 X 16 Ramp rear Nights 813-784-7011
door, A/C w/ heat and DODGE 1989 CARAVAN FORD 2003 Explorer Sport
electric, rigged foir 4cyl turbo, 5 passenger FORD2003 ExplorerSport, Black, cd,
cam in or hauling automatic, very ood 2WD, auto, Black, cd,
$750n(8o3)a754-0825 'condition, asking $1,000 A/C 43K miles, garage
$ c750 -83) 0 (352) 9 6133622 kept Immaculate! $12K
$5 ( 3)754- (352) 613-322 727710-0263
629 Trucks- Light Dodge 1998 Ram Van 1500 FOD 003 6x oLrp
9 Duty 3.94V6,. conversion FORD 2003 Expl0rerXLr
Duty seats, includes V6, Black, 4dr, All pwr,
CHEVY 1997 Silverado enginewarranty.Askin remotealarm cd,4new
1500USA Show Truck, $3,900 obo.727-410-293 tires Mint condition
5.7L, mood lights, cass& Dodge 2000 Caravan- obo813 810-554
CD, Viper-alarm,must wheelchar accessavbe Ford 2004 Expedition
see!$6750.813-495-2998 braun conversion. All Eddie Bauer- Like new
CHEVY2000 S-10 Extreme equipped for handicap. moon rf safety canopy,
ext. cab,4cylstandard, 65k mi. AsKing $16,000 Priced to sell. 3rd row.
extremely nice! 57K mi. obo.941-575-8129 $23,500.813-416-2669.
new everything, dark DODGE 2003 SPRINTER FORD 2004 Explorer XLT
metallic blue 9S00. 3500 Extended high to Mint cond, 8K mi, leath-
813-205-2572 deisel auto mintco er,3rd row seat, loaded!
DODGE 2001 Dakota Ext tion, 3K mil all hwy $23,500 813 661-1510 or
cabV6, dualexthst 35K alarm. $27,600 Firm. 813 362-6659
ml, hitch, liner extras! 352-686-9152 Springhill HUMMER 2003 H2 Black,
Exc cond. Al power FORD 1990 Conversion original owner, 75K mi,
$11,5257278568127 Van,351-V8,PWPL AC air suspension excel-
FORD 1990 F150 Lariat clean $1 50 lent condition. 38,500.
runs $1500. OBO. 813-655-8257. 813-299-4644
813-436-7577 HUMMER 2003 H2 Green
FORD 1993 F150 XLT ext FORD 1992 Conversion Metalic, Sunroof, load-
cab, Black, 8 cyl, auto, Van, 5 Ltr, showroom ed,25K,underwaffanty,
a/c, runs great, cond, all power, mood Uke New Originalrown-
$3500/obo. lights, alloy whis, $3500 er $39,H700arbour Is-
813-628-0564; 601-2903 Call 813-495-29 008 land813-223-7061
Ford 1996 Ranger XLT V6 FORD 1993 AEROSTAR, HUMMER2004 2,14Kmi,
ext. cab, auto, cold air, A/C all power, new Pewter, 20" Lexanm
tow pkg, 74k mi N/S, tires, runs K, fairly low chrome whIs, Kenwood
reat shape $4950. miles $1,900. Call NAV/visor DVD indash,
13-972-3238/417-7417 813-960-7714 upgraded SS sidesteps,
CLASSIFIED WORKS FORD 1996 AEROSTAR $47K. 813-817-7326
108K miles auto, cold Infiniti 1998 2 to
FORD 2000 LIGHTNING AC, looks sharp, drives QX4 2 tone
pickup 80k miles, red, great. $2,750. Call paint w/gold pkg,
exc cond, 1 owner 813-59-4251 cd/tapesunroof lthr in-
$16,500 obo. Call terior, loaded, 6K mi.
813-622-7772 FORD 1996 Aerostar XLT $9900 obo 813-684-7704
Green minivan, 111k mi, INFINITI 2003 QX4, 4WD
FORD 2002 F150 Harley all pwr, very good cond. two tone paint, w d
Davidson Ed. 54K mi, all 2 zone AC, V6 20mpg. wrtn 3, pori
black, good cond. $3500 obo 13-82-4423 dash all pwr34Kpris-
)$25,500 813-917-8581 $tine, won t last! $23,500.
$25,5UU 813-917- FORD 2000 Cargo Van, E 813-996-0476 362-4696
Ford 2003 F-150 XLT- 150. 170K mi, Nice. ISUZU1997 RODEO, 109K
Ford 2003 F-150 XLT- $4500; FORD 1998 Cargo mi., 5spd, sunroof full
Fully loaded, extra cab, Van, E 150, 180K mi, powerKBBvalue$500.
fiberglass lid on bed. $3900.813-918-1122 Asking $3200 obo.
Immaculate condition. FORD 2002 E350XL V815 813-785-5758
$21,000.813-251-0191. passenger, dual A/C ISZU 1998 Trooer grn/
club wagon, looks & ra Ithr ATroope rn
FORD 2004 F150 XLT Extra runs like new. $8,750. r A M /FM CD,
Cab, Loaded,9K Mi.Tow Call 954-243-6970 keless, I ns V6/TV
Pkg, White w/Graphikys runs good.
CD, Mint Cond. $1 GMC 1986 CONVERSION 50863-559-1852
727-457-4141 VANl owner verygood ISUZU 2001 RODEO rS,
condition, trailer itch, 4WDut V6 4 door,
GMC1997SierraSLE6cyl, $2000obo.813-930-9788 SilvDerw/ Gorey otoh
auto, extra cab exc Sol ew/Grey cloth
cond, camper shell sil- cold A/C, 80K mi. $8!85
ver PS ABS AC $5,600 GMC 2004 Savana Van, OBO.813-624-7296
813-659-1634 426-2987 loaded. Plasna T ISUZU 2001 Trooper, Mist
DVDGVCR awireless'a ry 4 r,00o r, Mist,
MAZDA2000 B3000SE, au- headphones. Equwirele Gray 49500 m, Exc.
to Black, air, V6, alloys, for playstation 2.Two CoNi. Rece Error. Sacrifice
74, original'owner.ex- separate stereo sys- $10,50081376782Niece Error. Sacrific83
cellent condition. $6950. teams. Top of the line $10300813-767-8283
813-404-1978 van, Must see to appre- JEEP 1989 Grand Wago-
MTZUBISHI 1987 Mighty ciate, 26K miles. $4K. never, 4wd, $2900.
MaSx 120K mi 4c auto Call813-727-7607 813-684-2121.
Very Nice Little Truck ISUZU 1996
for only $1,800. OASIS/ODESSEY mini
813-426-7246 anytime van, sunrf, CD/cass, JEEP 1998 WRANGLER
SA 21 Fntie SE, alloy whis, roofrack 78K, Red, 4WD, 6 Cyl, 5
NISSAN 2001 Frontier SE, obo13-787-0355 edWarranty, Fo
ext cabi AC, auto, b 3 5 N e 7
brand new tires. Only Litas, Spare, 00.
38k miles. Exc condo. MAZDA 1994 MPV, auto, (813)957-1015
$10,950.813-956-6362. air, ke less e runs
TO TA 19 PIP great Well maintained. JEEP 1999 GRAND CHERO-
TOYOTA 1992 PICKUP, 2500.813-571-0873 KEE89Kmi, Green,2WD,
Black. ext. cab, 145K mi, 6 Cv, Looks/Runs Great,
A/C, CD, 5 spd, bedliner, SHOPPING MADE EASY S10K813-417-5914
runs perfect. $2,900. That's Classified's prom- sK83- -54
813-968-7807 486-8660 ise! Classified delivers! Spot Advertising Works


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JEEP 2000 Cherokee Clas-
sic new tires, auto, 6cyl,
2WD, CD, great cond
80K mi, $7,900 obo. Call
813-300-1223
Jeep 2000 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo black, pwr
locks & wndws, 4 new
tires & brakes, 134K mi.
$9500 obo 813-335-6206
JEEP 2000 Wrangler,
Sahara, 33k mi, White
w/Soft Top. 5spd, 4WD,
6 cylGreat Shape!
$13lN 813-253-5717
KIA 2003 Sportage, only
24K mi, fact warr to 60K
new tires, cruise, pw, p!
KBB value $9K, sell
$6500813-363-5820
LEXUS 1999 RX 300 Gold
pkg all options, 88K mi,
White on tan. 2 WD, 6
Cyl. $16,300. Nicest one
in town, must see!
(813)991-6835
LEXUS 2002 RX300, Exc.
cond. loaded, DVD, sun-
roof, 38K mi. $28,600
OBO. 813-689-7114 or
941-544-4534
LINCOLN 2000 Navigator,
Only 22K mi. loaded,
new 23 whls, white/tan
ithr. exc. cond. $25,000
813-655-6554
LIncoln 2000 Navigator,
B1k/Tan, 49k miles, navi-
Sation system, dual cap-
f3in.s chair, tow p'gq,
$17.91'5.813 335 1 5
LINCOLN 201: Nav~gjig r
BIk w/Tan int. 62K mi,
Loaded Asking $19,500
obo. $$$. Below Book
Value!! 813-679-2770
CLASSIFIED
IS ACCESSIBLE
LINCOLN 2004 AVIATOR
2WD, pearl/tan, 17K
,miles, tow pkg, 6 CD,
leather, exc cond,
$29500obo 813-383-4413
NISSAN 2003 Xterra,
white, Ithr, all pwr 4WD,
supr cng V6, 35K mi.,
Immac.6CD,WOL tires.
$17,600.813-259-1154
SATURN 2005 VUE,
For Lease 3 yrs,
$350 monthly.
Call Nadia 813-839-1458
Scooters &
633 Mopeds

HONDA Matched Pair
2003 Reflex 250cc, Auto,
Will Separate Like New
Trailer Available, $3,906
ea. 813-645-2619
16351 Motorcycles I
HARLEY 1980 Sportser
XL1000. over $1000 new
parts t paint. inite.
miech ncaCailv .,:. S400).
727.66S.'.
Harley Di,,aliun.r, 19,
Wide Glide, 1800 origi-
nal miles. Moving. Best
Offer. Runs fast, spot-
less. Call 813-909-8988
Harley Davidson 1997 883
Hugger, 9500 miles, ruby
red, wire wheels, many
extras. $6250 obo.
(727) 510-8983
HARLEY 2000 Heritage
Springer Softail. 900
original mi, as new,
100% stock. $17,500.
727-688-1565
HARLEY POLICE ROAD
KING 2000, Black 8900
miles, Screaming Eagle,
$12,000 OBO (8135
240-7556
Spot Advertising Works
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
SPORSTER 1200, custom
Harley paint, excellent
condition. $8500 obo.
813-930-9788
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2002
Fat Boy, red, chrome op-
tions, Screaming Eagle
exh., garaged $16,300.
S813-503-1739
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2002
ROAD GLIDE, 6K mi, lots
of extras Black. $16,000.
813-909-8087 or
813-293-1930
Harley Davidson 2003,
Black & silver, 5k mi,
Vance & Hines pipes.
813-472-9036 or
813-362-2310
Harley 2003 Softail
Deuce 4500 mi, gun
metal blue, ext chrome,
V/Hpipes, exc cond.
$16,900.813-781-4629.
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2005
Springer Classic. Wind-
shield, Screaming Eagle
Breather, Mufflers, tool
bag. 700 miles!!352-565-
3328 or (352) 521-0898
HD HERITAGE SOFTTAIL
2002 Red & Ice lots of
chrome + extra stock
parts& pipes 17,500 firm
call Larry 813-633-0475
cell 813 760-7563
Honda 1997 CR125
$1500
863-816-28 6after5pm

Honda 2001 XR200 exc
cond, never raced, up-
graded tires & exhaust
$1,750 352-799-1833 *
813-244-9244
HONDA 2004 CBR F4i 600
Black & yellow, 1400
miles, jacket & Shoei
helmet included. $6900
813-451-0014
HONDA 2005 CMX 250
REBEL Exc cond 55
mi/gal, 800 mi, $2800.
Phneeve.
(813) 719-6209


16351 Motorcycles |
KAWASAKI 2004 250KLR.
off/on road less than
100 miles. $4500 obo.
863-445-0367 Iv msg.

WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 2001 YZF600R,
Jet Black with upgrades,
must see! excellent con-
dition $4,300 firm. Call
813-404-1928
1636 | Golf Carts |
EZgo Gas, Model A1694,
exc. cond., back bed,
lights trailer hitch.
$1,600 OBO.
352-588-5118

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
16371ATVs I
HONDA 300 FOURTRAX
1988 perfect condition,
original adult owner, ga-
rage kept Florida title.
$1300 813-949-6773
Kawasaki 2001 Mojave 4
wheel 250 hp, 4 stroke,
reverse, liquid cooled,
runs perfect! Clean
$2200 863-698-6369
64n Vehicles
640W anted

??CASH?? Fast Free
Removal of Unwanted,
Non-Running Cars or
Scrap Metal.Call Jack or
Cat 813-244-9517
$$$$ CASH $$$$
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Any Price/Any Time
CALL ME FIRST!
727-505-3882
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!
WANTEDv
"DEAD OR ALIVE
Cars trucks & vans
Cash Paid. Free Tow.
813.930.2464 813.760.2656
CASH PAID For Cars
Running or Not! We'll
come pick it up!
Paying a little bit more!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
"$$$ CASH $$$
A Good Car & A Bad Car
Junk Cars, Vans and
Trucks Moved FREE!
727-771-5941/849-9404
WE BUY CARS Trucks,
RV's, Boats. Real Top
$$$, CASH Today! Any
Condition. Free Removal,
24hrs.i 813-964-8095
S Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
Ackerman Upholstery
Antique, Classic or
Custom. Auto, Marine &
Motorcycle.
Call 813-624-3367
CHEVY 1954 210, basket
case, restoration
started decent condi-
tiob. $2,500 OBO. Call
813-685-4482
CHEVY 1981 Camaro, all
orig. needs restored,
runs & drives great, all
pwr V8 $1250 obo. (813)
932-33 1 *727-213-4546
CORVETTE 1969 Stingray
427, 390hp, 4spd, 3.08
gears, 2 tops, restored
o show quality, exc
cond. Serious inquiries
only. $55K 727-706-2078
CORVETTE 1975 350 V8,
auto trans, A/C, T-tops,
everything works, beau-
tiful paint, nice car.
$13,900.863-644-8363
Want Ads
CORVETTE 1980, Red, T-
tops, auto, 350,106K mi,
REDUCED!
$7,999 obo 813-681-3687
DATSUN 1974 620 P.U. ful-
ly restored, new motor
tyranny, only 8K mi too
much to list! MUST SEE!
$4,000 813-765-8728
DODGE 1968 Coronet 500
Series 383hp, 89320 orig
miles. 4 door. Must See!
$7,500obo Appt only.
813-857-7862
FORD 1924 T-BUCKET Pro-
lect almost completed.
Everything there no
time. hi-po 302 w/auto,
Red over Tan. New Huge
tires and many other
arts. -9500.00 Firm
(813) 240-8866
FORD 1973 Mach I, Fly
yellow, runs Sreat, new
paint, dual exhaust, disk
brakes, 351, 400 mtr$4200 obo
/traobde. 813-741-1979
JEEPSTER 1967 complete-
ly restored, new AC
paint, solf top, upos-
$1 7,500.813-765-0530
MUSTANG 1986 Conv't
3.8L, needs DR door &
top $1200 bo.
Mercury 1978 Maeliable 350 Chevy
351 invested. 400 mt,00
obo. 813-986-1236
OLDS 1972 CUTLASS S
CONVERTIBLE, NEWLY
RESTORED, Rocket 350,

PACKARD 1951 Conv'L
Body & int restored
orig. Reliable 350 Chevy
drive train. Lots
727-894-3018


Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
PORSCHE 1989 Cabriolet
Convert Turbo, 28K mi.
Collector Cond. Orig
Owner! 6 spd.Asking
$49,900.813-909-8988
VW 1973 Thing plus parts
car. Many extras.
Project waiting for an
owner, $2000 for both
813-724-7833 after 12p
Ron's Auto Restoration
1929-2000, Full & Partial
Rust repair & complete
paint. 727-533-8970

WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGT/TR3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cash buyer will pick up.
(407)620-6295
648 Station
641 Wagons

FORD 1996 TAURUS GL
station wagon, all pow-
er 3 seat, cold AC, V6,
low mi & family owned.
$2,800. 813-943-9559
BUICK 1994 Roadmaster9
pass. wagon, 1 Sr. owner
maint. every 3K, sunrf,
Ithr, hwy mi suercond,
$4200 813-920-4827 LM
6 1 Automobiles
649 For Sale
Acura 1988 Integra Spe-
cial Edition, auto black,
w/oriyinal gold rims.
$15007obo 813-927-2901
ACURA 1993 Legend LS
144K mi. exc. condo. auto,
loaded, champagne Ithr
int new Michelin tires
$5500 813-968-1004
Acura 1999 3.2 TL, silver
w/ black leather, V-6,
Bose stereo, auto w/tip-
tronic, mint cond. $10K
obo (239) 821-9611
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight. A se-
lection that's just right!
ACURA 1999 TL, green,
auto, leather, CD, alarm,
exc cond., 80k miles,
warranty. $12,000.
813-787-3255.
ACURA 2000 3.2 TL, auto,
Grey, 86K mi, CD super
clean non-smkr, honrida
car, all pwr. $12,100. Call
813-731-9633
ACURA 2002 TLS
Pearl blue, leather, sun-
. roof loaded 83K miles
$13 ,500 (352) 382-1558
or 352-302-1627
AUDI 2002 A4 1.8 turbo
with CVT transmission,
sport package, premi-
um package, xenon's,
bose 6-cd, 46,000 miles
p perfect condition!
$18,000(813)907-2090
AUDI 2005 A4 1.8T SE,
red 7K mi beige leath-
er, sunroof, spoiler, 17"
cast alloy wheels,
$27,500 813-382-3899
BMW 1995 325ic, convert-
ible, Grey, runs & looks
great, new top & Ithr int,
?06K mi, will sell $8,500.
Call 813-426-5099
BMW 1999 323iS, Euro-sty
Black/Beige perfect
condo sport d lux prem.
pkgs, HK stereo, only
$14,200.813-597-8558
BMW 2000 323 Sedan,
Upgrd wheels & tires
dark red, Prem Package
very clean $14,500
(813)244-5273
BMW 2000 328i, auto,
Black/Tan, 67K mi, war-
ranty, excellent condi-
tion, $17,000 obo Call
813-967-5947
Spot Advertising Works
BMW 2001 Z3, Charcoal
Grey/BIk Ithr int, 5spd,
39Kmi, full warr. Can
email photo. Exc cond
$23,900.813-920-3553
BMW 2003 325 Cl CONV.
22000, Sport and Prem
Pkg, Black Ext/lnt, Xeon,
$34,500(727)7421-6159

BMW 2003 325i, 4 door se-
dan, steel blue, exc con-
dition, still under war-
ranty, fully loaded,
leather seats & sports
package, $24,700 obo.
813-363-21464.
BMW 2004 325i, 4dr, V6
AC, PW, CD, sunroof,
Perfect condition.
$25,800 obo.
813-831-5311
BUICK 1984 RIVIERA,
White w/red int, V8,
sunroof, loaded 91K mi
orig owner, $100. Call
813-926-9208
Buick 1987 Le Sabre 6 cyl,
auto cold a/c, $1400.
813-685-5048
BUICK 1992 REGAL Silver,
4Dr, A/C Stereo,
STRONG 3iX Automat-
ic. GM Dealer serviced.
Great car. VERY reliable.
Bought brand new Buick
is reason for selling.
BUICK 1994 Regal Cust
AC, new tires, 1 owner,
runs great, $1700,
813-281-1015
Boick 1996 Riviera
supercharged, original
owner, 42K mi, garage
kept, non smkr. $6500
813-263-4954
BUICK 2000 Park Avenue,
Leather, extra clean,
compl service records,
Below book @ $7,895
obo. Call 813-886-2130


6491 Automobiles
For Sale

CADILLAC 1990
FLEETWOOD, 1 owner,
exc cond, Ithr int,
garage kept $4500.
813-571-3992
Cadillac 1996 Seville SLS
All Avail Opts, Lthr, All
Srvc Records, Only 83k Mi
Nicest in Town! $6750
813-334-2985 962-8031
CADILLAC DTS 2000 1
owner, Still under'GM
cert. 6yr 100k warranty,
nite vis/nav every op-
tion. Immaculate, Silver
w/black fabric top 53k
mi $24,995/obo.
813-948-4701

CADILLAC 2000 Seville
SLS 70K mi New paint
Great condition. Asking
$15,500.813-760-7513
CHEVY 1998 LUMINA
Maroon, 60K mi., A/C,
CD, auto, p/w, p/, looks
& runs perfect. $3,900.
813-968-7807 486-8660
CHEVY 1999 Camero Z28
Loaded T-Top, Black,
After Market Improve-
ments Exc. Cond. 90K
Mi, $9,900 941-224-2508
CHEVY 2000 CORVETTE
34,000 mi, Silver, Coupe,
8 Cyl. Great Value
(813) 832-4852

CHEVY 2003 Cavalier, 4
dr, Auto. 4cyl,33,500 mi.
2500 mi left on warranty
Great looking In & Out!
$8500 obo 813-937-0707
CHRYSLER 1999 Con-
corde 42K Miles, Gold,
Power Everything, 100%
perfect inside & Out,
$5,950.813-817-3326
Chrysler 2001 Sebring,
ConvtLXI A-lcond.40K,
loaded, V6, ice cold AC,
silver/silverblktoptint.
$13K. 727-919-1403
Chrysler 2003 PT Cruiser
GT, black,4DR, turbo
spoiler, 17" chrome whis,
autostick, CD 34K mi.
$13,425 813-677-0351
CORVETTE 1981
White/Camel Color,
Auto 350cu,T-Top
Excellent Condition!
$8900 813-929-4218
CORVETTE 1999 Red/
hardtop, Black leather,
CD player, 6 speed, nice
car. Call 813-685-1792

DODGE 1998 NEON
Ice cold A/C, good condi-
tion, $2,200. Call
813-237-3387
DODGE 2002 INTREPID
39,000 mi, Green,tan int.
Sedan, tint windows,
Auto. 6 Cyl. $11,900,

(813) 684-5476
Ford 1923 T-Bucket
with 350 Chevy.
$5000 Firm
813-948-3224
FORD 1995 T-BIRD, 87K
mi., V8, auto, A/Co pw
pl, new rotors, brakes &
battery. Exc. cond.
$3,200.813-960-7123
FORD 1996 Thunderbird,
V8, loaded, 75,000 mi.,
$3,950. See at Chris
Mann Auto, Ruskin.
(813) 641-1664
Ford 1997 Mustang
V6, auto, pw, 87K miles
great shape $4,800. Call
813-477-1692
FORD 1997 PROBE, 5-spd,
AC, low miles, very
clean! $2500.
813-237-4777 or
813-390-5468
FORD 1997 Taurus, exc.
cond. green, 90K mi. 6
cyl al pwr, cold AC
$3300 obo. 813-653-1754
813-434-5689
FORD 2000 MUSTANG
conv, 6cyl, blk Ithr,
alarm, tint fresh tires &
batt, exc cond $7,800
813-685-8789/654-1477
FORD 2000 Mustang GT
Convertible black,
leather, excellent condi-
tion, $12,000.
813-242-2706.
FORD 2000 Mustang
Conv't. silver/blk, 73K
mi. V6, loaded, all pwr,
A/C, CD, spoiler, LIKE
NEW, $9800.727-372-1973
FORD 2001 Mustang GT
Coupe, 6 spd. manual
trans. black, 41K mi.
Call 813-431-4980

FORD 2002 TAURUS, For
Sale, 75K mi.
Call Nadia813-839-1458

Ford 2003 Mustang
Black, V6, 5spd, CO, 15K
miles, $11,000 obo. Call
727-822-8419
HONDA 1989 CRX, silver,
runs strong, coldalr CO
Alpine speakers, $.50

HONDA 1998 Civic, 4DR, 4
cyl. auto, 47K orig mi.
exc cond. A/C, CO, very
clean, $6400
813-293-4581
INFINITI 1996 Q45
Champagne, moonrf,
Ithr, wel maintained,
gar,exc cond, 137K miL
$5200.813-994-7200
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!


649 I Automobiles
For Sale
INFINI 1997 Q45T Luxu-
ry car 4dr, Ithr. CD, all
Dower, Dk Green, looks
& runs good $11,300 obo
Call727-410-8955

JAGUAR 2000 XK8, 2DR
Conv't 31K Mi. $34,000
obo. 813-784-7714

JAGUAR 2002 X Type Grn
w/TanLthr, 30K mi Fact
Warr. $$$ Below Book
Value, Asking $19,000
obo. 813-679-2770
Ka 2004 Amanti, 6600 m,
full warranty, exc cond,
maintenance free.
Asking $19,900 obo
Call 352-588-3303
KIA 2004 Rio 4dr sedan,
GREAT GAS SAVER
AC, AM/FM CD, factory
wrrty, 23Kmi., exccond.
$8200 obo 813-994-8097
LEXUS 1991 LS400 Jade-
Black w/ gray leather,
moonroof, tint, Michel-
in, 1 owner, garage kept,
Exc cond, 230K, All svc
records. $8,995 obo
813988-0271
LEXUS 1992 ES300. clean,
cold AC 129K mi, book
value $5000, selling
$3999 Moving, must sell
SCall Jim 813-743-7880
LEXUS 1995 SC400, Gid,
Ithr, 93k, snrf, CD exc
cond. Loaded. $8500
obo.813-610-1943.
LEXUS 1997 ES300,
loaded, XM radio CD,
new trans/battery
immaculate, hi mi, fully
svcd. Blue Bk $7400.
NOW $6500!
727-423-4200
Lexus 1997 SC300,
platinum/black loaded,
spoiler, 12 disc cd, 68K
miles. $14,500
813-920-4370
Lexus 2001 GS430 blue
Onyx leather interior,
excellent cond only 36k
mi, fully loaded. Below
B.B. $29,500 813-254-0372
LINCOLN 1998 Towncar
Signature Series, new
body style, loaded,
silver CD changer.
$5960.813-833-2153
LINCOLN 1999 Town Car,
67k mi, Slightly bruised,
but not abused. $6,900.

813-643-2430
LINCOLN 2001 LS Sport
Pkg; 5 sp Getrag. 6 disc
- Alpine CD, Sliding Sunrf
Tint Beautiful MustSee!
$12,295 813-994-0604
Lincoln 2001Towncar
Sig. Silver Frost w/lt grey
It r int., ex. clean, srvcd
& garaged, pwr memory
seats, new ultra Touring
tires Must sell Owr
motivated. 727-710-2673.
MAZDA 1996 MILLENIA-
Needs engine work,
$1,000 or best offer.
(352) 583-2128
MAZDA 1999 MIATA MX5
58k mi, extra cln,
$11,982. Black, 5spd, CD,
new tires, dealer ser-
viced 813-966-9683
MERCEDES 1989 190E, 2.6,
all records Navy/Tan.
$3650.813-340-1033

MERCEDES 1990 190E, all
records, exc. cond. auto,
charcoal, $4000 firm.
813-935-0311

MERCEDES 1990 300SL
convertible & hard top
white/gray, new tires,
6CD clgr, exc. cond.
$11,000.813-259-9925
MERCEDES 1992 500SL,
conv. + hard top 46K
original mi, looks/runs
like new, ALL options.
$19,900727.688,1565
MERCEDES 1997 E420 1
Owner, Non-Smkr, Exc.
Cond.68Kmi Bik Opal
Ext. Tan Lthr Int
$14,895.727-424-9064
Mercedes 1998 CLK320,
cust 18" Italian rims
silver, mint cond. 55K
mi., sunroof, prem.
sound 6 disc CD, gar.
kept. $23,000 obo.
813-967-2750 or
813-967-2815
MERCEDES 2002 CL500
Silver, all opt, AMG pkg,
Nay sys, new tires, fac
warr, 38,500mi. Pristine.
$51,900.813-259-9925
Mercedes 2002 E320
Black moonrf, alloy
rims, MlP3 Player, sport
51k m, $22500.
Must sell! 727-479-5726
MERCEDES-BENZ 2003
C230 SEDAN 24,500 mi,
Navy Blue, 4 door Auto
2WD, 4 Cyl.$25,0W0witil
7/106,000 warranty or
$23,060 with 4/50,000.
(813)298-0370
Mercedes 2003 CLK 430,
Loaded, 17K miles, all
service and record
863-838-3200
Mercedes 2004 500SL Sil-
ver W/Grey Int, low
miles, garage kept, non-
smoker, sport paCKage,
premium sound & more
$86,500 obo 77-410-693
MERCURY 1989 TOPAZ
89,000 mi White, Sedan,
Auto 2 6 Cyl. $95
L813)iF -1Of22

CLASSIFIED WORKS


C6n Automobiles
For Sale
MERCURY 1992 GRAND
Marquis LS, blue, cold
air, loaded, alum
wheels, great cond, 94K
mi, $2400 813-886-7909
MERCURY 2003
MARAUDER Excellent
condition.
$17,000 obo
941-416-7417
MINI 2003 COOPER S 6
spd, 25k, Silver BIk Top,
Sunroof, CC. prem
Sound, FULL SERVICE
WRNTY TO 5K, $21000
Must Sell (813) 786-1776
MINI 2003 COOPER Silver
& bik, snroof, Ithr, CD,
CVT trans, power, tint,
20K mi, exc cond $18,000
813-695-9866 835-6955
MITSUBISHI 1998 3000
GT-SL, 3.0L DOHC, fuel
inj, 4-spd, auto, BIk, 60K
miles. $11,000.
813-988-3572
MITSUBISHI 1999
Diamante, Exc. cond. all
power, private owner
$4995 obo. 813-979-0747
or 813-933-3616
MITSUBISHI 2001 Eclipse
Spyder GT, Convertible
new tires, timing belt.
82K miles, $10,900.
813-625-3403

Nissan 1987 300ZX T-top,
90K, sporty red, bik int.,
auto, PW, CD $2000.
813-433-6895
NISSAN 1997 SENTRA full
power auto 120K mi.,
AM/FM, coldA/C. Excel-
lent condition. $2,850
813-814-4991d 766-2318
NISSAN 2000 MAXIMA 85k
ml White, Sedan, Auto.,
2 WD, 6 Cyl. $9,500, Su-
per Buy (813) 655-0690
OLDS 1998 INTRIGUE Red,
tan leather sunroof
beautiful! $4,500 (813)
792-8961
OLDSMOBILE 1988 Cut-
lass Supreme 2dr, new
style, FWD, A/C drk
gray, clean, great car!
$1,600 813237-0691
PLYMOUTH 1999 BREEZE
Grandma's car. PW, PL,
44K mi, new tires,
brakes, clean & reliable
Ask $5400 813-431-9413
PONTIAC 2000 Sunfire,
2DR coupe, elect sunrf
50,630 mi.AT, bronze exi
w/drk cloth int. VGC
$4495 813-383-4648
PORSCHE 1969 912, price
reduced to $8,900. Whyt/
red int, great mechani-
cally, fully restored 3 yrs
ago. 813-453-5934
SATURN 1997 SC2 2dr,
Loaded, Exc Condition
Manual Trans Looks &
Runs Good, Cold A/C,
$3,000 -813-215-0693
SATURN 1999 SC-1 71K
mi, upgraded stereo,
AC, all power.
$4750 OBO
813-924-5010
TOYOTA 1985 Celica Con-
vertible, Eng & Drive
train PerfectBody & Int
need work, $5,000
813-985-178s
TOYOTA 1994 CAMRY.
A/C, PS, fully loaded,
drives, runs, looks ex-
cellent $2500obo
813-453-0954
TOYOTA 1998 CAMRY 1
owner, fully loaded,
sunroof, 4 cyl, 107K ml.
All svc rec's. $6400
813-245-4362 lye msg.
TOYOTA 1998 Camry LE
97K Mi, Leather& Stereo
Pkg, 1 Owner, non-
smoker, New Tires,
$6,800 813-690-6901
TOYOTA 1999 COROLLA
CE 4 dr, auto, PW, 113K
miles, 4 cyl, new tires.
Great condition $3800
813-624-7296
TOYOTA 2001 Corolla CE,
dark blue, 51K mi. auto,
snd sys, AC, nice rims,
blue bk $9100 selling
$8500.727-243-1679
TOYOTA 2002 Avalon XLS
perfect cond, black,
loaded, mnroof, spoiler
premium sound +. Only
$16,995.813-910-0699
TOYOTA 2003 Camry LE
silver, loaded CD, pow-
er, keyless, alarm, new
tires, 1 ownermintcond.
$12,350 813-810-5541
VOLVO 2000 C70 Conv't
silver, loaded perfect
MOVING MUST SELL
$16K obo. 407-947-1242 or
727-939-2733
VW2002 JETTA GLS TDI
5 speed, all power, CD,
diesel, excellent
condition $12900. Please
call 810 1-2864
VW 2002 New beetle GLS
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To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Natasha Davis at 865-4439.


ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Drl'er S Dcrer Rd Lkruning St.
659 2600
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
.llen (hapel- 1109 F. Laura Sit.
'52-"389
Mount OliIe: 1113 K. Madison St
MIount Olire: Hlorlon Rd.
"".-2628
APOSTOLIC
. tsamblea. postolica:
1501 Colson Rd. "'3"3496
Sposltolic (hurch
of esus (hrist:
1212 W: Reynolds, V'"-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Lithia, 685-4240
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
Thonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-
Polk County Line, 752-0532
Faith lighthouse:
3409 5R39,\ *'52-1885
First Plant (lit:
(harlie Griffin Rd.
U of R399 "52-.3351
fort llafia- (orner of South Huy. 39
.S& tillev Rd. "3"--656
AKe sville: SR 640. "'3- "803
Slount /ion:
I-4 at Thonotosassa Rd., '52-1614
Pleasant 6rore:
Turker Creek Rd. '3"-3529
Victory Worship (enter:
Country line Rd. "'5-6089
Sidne': 5rdney Rd, I.10 mi. F
of Srdney Doier Rd. 659-0532
Turkey (reek:
furkel (reek Rd. "54-53'2
BAPTIST
.thara- Turkey (reek Rd,
,. of SR 60. "-3-3"39
Ala/ia Baptist-
222 .lafia churchh Rd. 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd. "3"-3240
Berea SR39 5., ""-1232
Belhany: Cork Rd. "52-9209
Bethel 80-s K. Renfro St.
'5-1-2239
Beulah: Allen & County line Rd,
lihia. "3"'-1122
Bible: (harlie Griffin Rd.
'52-28"5
Burchuood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 5"4. "52-3"82
(Carary Free Will:
3539 frapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Kevsville Rd,
137-1234
Central of Utlhia.
Pinecrest & Keysrille Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. .lsobrook, '52-3"40
Community Chbristian:
1310 N. Shannon Are. '54-5383
Crossroads: SR39 S, Pinecrest.
3'-41211
Dorer Eastside: Countryside Baptist
(Church. 2820 Gallagher. 571-8200
Dorer first: ,. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St.
'54-2681
East Thonolosassa Mcintosh
& Knights-Griffi Rd. 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. '54-6661
First Baptist Church of Midway:
Midway Rd. 752-7209
first Baptist LtbWh
Intersection ofSR 39 &
Utbia-Pinecrest Rd 737-1121
First Plant Cty.
503 N. Palmer. 752-410






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first Fhonotosassa ,tisionarn.
.IMcintosh Rd. 986.4"56
Ilarmonr Baptist church .
6008 U. Knights Griffin Rd.
986-7165
Hopenell: 5R39 V. '3"-3053
Knights: Paul Buchnman Hitv.
'52-19"2
lebanon: Branch forbes Rd.
"52-2006f
lone Oak: lone Oak Rd.
"4.52"8
MSount Sloriah Freenill:
warren i Johnson St, "54-439"
.lount Moriahl freewill:
2042 (olson Rd. "3'-. 190
Mount Olive: 604 B. Ball St.
'5-.383-
Nen' Hope Freen-ill
Baptist (hburch:
3101 Sr'dnev Dorer Rd.. Dover
ieni II. lion Freew ill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside:
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shliloh Baptist Church:
905. terrace Dr., "5. "4-5
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Community Church:
907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 Turkey Creek Rd,
813-737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11308 Welcome
Church St. (813) 737-2288
Westside: 2503 W Granfleld Ave,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Little Union:
15510 County Rd 39, Lithia
634-4754
Salem Primitive:
14402 Salem Church Rd., Sydney
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N.Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springhead* Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
Cornerstone Christian:
McItosd,Nof SR 574

EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 Laura St

(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calwy Commtssty


5209 Smith-Rvals Rd
Doter: Donning St. 659-2900
Plant (itr. 2103 ludlake Rd.
"52-1591
furkev (reek: lurket (reek Rd
al SR 60. 3"-1331
Ihonolosassa-
1"02 V. larlor Rd. 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
iAnderscin. Irindijn.
hingsua first: 2808 Kinsuav V..
Seffner. 65".--00
Plant Cit: Grace lellouship
"13.Itiobrook St. 361-8190
rirst: V. Gordon and Baker St.
"52-6438
Gospel fabernacle:
Allen Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Dellherance Tabernacle:
808 tS. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Fabernatle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. "54-384n3
Restoration assemblyy:
106 5. Frers St.
Evangelists forJesus Tabernacle:
SR 5"'. F. of Doter. 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Groulh (enter:
1310 ,. Shannon. "19-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 F. Tomlin St. "54-1133
Deeper life Fellou'ship:
(moilla Rd., fof 5R 39 N.
Revivral Outreach Center:
225 V. Dover Rd. 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 \. .llaroland. he. 52-33i5
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of esus Christ IDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, "52 6364
LUTHERAN
Hope ICMS: 2001 Park Bvird.
'52-4622
lord of life fIC1:
210t Mud lake Rd '"52-606-1
NAZARENE
Wagoner memorial :
24012 Mud Lake Rd. "52-'863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Cal anr Chapel of Plant Cilv:
2102 ,A. 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
School, 657-'91q
Kainos Internatlonal
Cnmrch of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. "64-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 h. Franklin St. '59-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough Ave,
'54-26"1
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St. 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worsip
(enter. US. 92E
ORTHODOX
=oLy Protection
Orthodox Church:


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Trinity United

Methodist Church
40-' En'lisli St. Plurn Cm.
Ih i'tes vilt 1i-'
Sunday 'Aorship aI,.3-lam
Inspiring Music
diic Ted br Lndi ',. ,lkcr ..ri l.:.h r..:ri
Poerfi l Bible Pr teaching
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Children's Worship
o:.riducri:d b'
jern Mlo.'jld, Children, 'ri
(simultaneous with Adult
Worship Service)
God's Squad Youth Service
led by Trey Morris, Youth Pastor
Sunday at 5:30pm
752-9316


St. Clement
Catholic Church

Will be holding
rilcormaion sess iiCons
for anyone interested
ir learning more
about our Calhol,. Faith. ire first
session will Dbe eld
Monday, Sept 12, 2005
7:00pm
in the Adult Education Bldg.
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
For Registration call
the Parish Office at
752-8251


3820 Moores Lake Rd,
Dorer. 659-0123 First Uln
PENTECOSTAL Method
(hristian life .ssembl:
3120 S. millerr Rd., 65'-4802
living Waters Foursquare I C r
hurch- 602 S. rvers St. '59-0528 P
\en Hope Uorship Center:
803 Mfahone 51. '5"-6123 303 N Evenrs St
,\en life Temple Pentecostal Downtown Plan
Church of God: iCo'- trr.Gr, Hn -ll pa
3301 (lemons Rd. 54- '088 ro ,-3 '; 1
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS WORSHIP HOL
Doveer: Moore's Lake & Holiness
Church Rd. 659-1301 S iVYlam Chapel Comm
Church of the giving God: wen rseI
1102 [ver St. "5i-5840 '00i am Contemporarn
In The \'-.le?\
PRESBYTERIAN 100 r, s ndr% ,JoO,
Evangelkal Plant City: ICluJdrm -,e
S110' (harlie Griffin Rd. -59-9383 11 0O am Tradinonal ,
First Presbriterian Plant (lit: 3m Trhde nal n
404 V. Reynolds St. '"52-4211 Th, 'arictuar,
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS Sundth a1
Palk ailth God Ministry: S en
1514) SR 5'"4. Dover, 659-0930 www thelo
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Children',
Plant (lit: 2203 Strawberry Dr. C l r-n\
521694 Open Hearts, Open Minds,
SOUTHERN METHODIST wwvw tumcplantci
First: 103 IE.ohnson Rd.
"54-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 2
St. Mark Inited Church:
2914 litbia-Pinecrest Rd..
Vairico. 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST SHIL(
Cork: 4815 9: Sam Alien Rd. -
,1-233 Al 1BAPTI
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-14 15
First Plant C)it: 303 N. Erers St. C H -
754-3519 Joe Bowles, P
Sunday School for,
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry 'St. unday School for
659-18 Sundays at 9.00,
Sunset Heights: Waler Dr, Sunday Worship S
754-2441 10:15 am. and 6:0
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd. Tuesday Nig1
752-5751 Women's Scrapbook
St. Lake: 809 E. Laura St. 630pm
"5'-6051 Wednesday NiWtV
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hwu at Wedne Night
Mistletoe Dr; 986-7135 6:15 p.m.
Trinity Plant City: 402 W. Activities lor Chi
English St, 752-9316 & Students: 6-00


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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, 684-0083 or 695-
6900.

Book synopsis
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., will
offer a synopsis of "Discover-
ing The Biblical Jesus" by
Daniel L. Akin July 31 from 5 to
6:15 p.m.
Lynn Houser will lead this
comprehensive study that
examines biblical evidence
that traces prophecies of
Jesus, including his birth, life,
teachings, death, resurrection
and ascension. The author is
president of Southeastern
Baptist Seminary, Wake
Forest, N.C.
Call: 752-4104.

Eastside Baptist plans
Back to School Celebration
Eastside Baptist Church,
1318 E. Calhoun St., plans a
community-wide Back to
School Celebration Sunday,
Aug. 7, from 5 to 8 p.m. in the
church's Family Life Center.
There will be Christian
entertainment, games and
free food.
Call: 754-2681.

Lord of Life July activities
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road,
plans the following events in
July:
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
with medallions.
Aug. 13 "Are We There
Yet," a Bible adventure for
children in kindergarten
through fifth grade, Aug. 13 at
3 p.m. to Aug. 14 at 8 a.m.
Registration: 752-6064, Aug. 5.
The church's regular
Sunday worship schedule:
contemporary worship
service, 8:30 a.m.; adult
education hour, 9:30 a.m.;
traditional worship service,
10:30 a.m.
Call: 752-6064.


Bible school
Plant City Community
Church of the Nazarene, 2402
Mud Lake Road, will offer "J-
Force: Discovering the
Ultimate Truth," each
Wednesday through Aug. 8
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The school
is for all ages. There will be
Bible study, games, crafts,
music and refreshments.
Admission is free. Call: 752-
7863.

Music school
First Baptist Church School
of Music and Arts is now
enrolling for its fall semester.
The school offers private les-
sons in piano, guitar, strings,
voice, woodwinds and brass.
'Call: 750-4878.

Evangelical church offers
pre-kindergarten program
The Evangelical Presby-
terian Church of Plant City,
1107 Charlie Griffin Road, is
participating in the state of
Florida's universal pre-kin-
dergarten program for 4-year-
olds.
The program begins Aug. 1,
and registration runs up to
that date. For information, call
the church at 759-9383.

Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W. Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages on Sundays
at 9 a.m.; Sunday worship
services at 10:15 a.m. and 6
p.m.; and Wednesday night
worship at 6:15. Activities for
children and students start at
6 p.m. Call: 752-8345.

Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist
Church, 14402 Salem Church
Road, meets Sundays at 10:30
a.m. Call: 752-9548.

American Indian
Christian Church
The American Indian Chris-
tian Church of Thonotosassa
is open.
The church is sponsored by
United Methodist Church of
Thonotosassa. Worship in the
American-Indian tradition is
offered in the fellowship hall
behind the church, 11905 Fort
King Highway in Thonoto-
sassa. Call: Dock Green Silver-
hawk, 754-8990.


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This event is FREE and childcare
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