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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE




THE COURIER
IRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, '2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


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1.. HISTORIC RESTORATION





Labor orLove


in the
NEWS


(ONCERT
Three bands will
take the stage this
Saturday to benefit
Plant City area
families in need.
PAGE 4


BIRTHDAY

Young cancer victim
gets early birthday
party.
PAGELA 3


BETTY'S PLACE


PRESERVING THE 1914
By SHERRI LONON
slonon@mediageneral.com
It may be a race against time,
but those involved don't intend
to lose.
i Ask anyone who's taken part
in preservation and restoration
efforts at the 1914 Plant City
High School Community Center
why the task is so important,
and the answer's pretty much
the same.
"It's just a part of our heri-
tage," said Jesse Carr, who over-
sees the city's building
department. "It's part of the
flavor of this place."
Carr's department has been
charged with the building's care
for the last four years. In that
time, some major restoration
work has taken place on the
building, which is listed on the
National Register of Historic
Places.
Using a combination of
annual city funding, which is
about .$60,000 a year, some
money from the East Hills-
borough Historical Society and
federal historic preservation
grants, the city's building
department has fixed the roof,
replaced some of the windows,
added an elevator for compli-
ance with the Americans With
Disabilities Act, restored and
fortified the building's eight
Doric columns and more.
Aside from the columns, the
most noticeable changes have
involved renovations in, the
building's auditorium, Cone
Room and banquet room. Those
rooms have been repainted and
now have air conditioning. The
auditorium's stage has been
repaired and sealed with about
15 coats of polyurethane, and
the floors in the other two rooms
now bear new tile.
"It's been a lot of work," said
Terry Doolittle, a plans examiner
for the city. Doolittle was tapped
to help with the restoration due
to his extensive construction
background.
But, while a lot of work has
gone into the building in the last
four years, Doolittle explained
that much of the progress is not
necessarily visible to the casual
passerby. "The biggest thing you
can see is the columns and the

Roy Wise of the
East Hills-
borough Histori-
cal Society
shows off one of
his favorite
pieces inside the
Pioneer Heritage
Museum at the
1914 Plant City
High School
Community
Center. The cash
register was once
used at Magnolia
Pharmacy.


GOVERNMENT


Commission

Passes


A -. Tentative


Budget

PROPOSED PROPERTY
MILLAGE REMAINS
THE SAME
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Following a 17-year
tradition, property taxes are
expected to remain
Unchanged when the Plant
S.lCity Commission approves
its $57.4 million fiscal year
2005-06 budget during its
Sept. 26 meeting.
Property taxes will again be
assessed at 4.7 mills, which



De v.z million.
stee .Most of the city's revenue
for the fiscal year, which
begins Oct. 1, comes from
Community Development
Agency taxes, water, sewage
and waste disposal fees, fran-
chise fees, Utility taxes, tele-
communication taxes and
other service taxes.
S The' county property
appraiser determines
property values in the city.
n. Growth and rising property
values during the last year
brought the total property
value in Plant City to $1.7 bil-
lion, almost $220 million
SHERRI LONON/Staff photos higher than last year's figure.
oolittle points out work done on Thecommu ntyinvestment
the 1914 Plant City High School tax is expected to bring in just
more than $1.4 million this
rn the building's east and west ea
d fortified. The proposed budget is
some $25 million smaller
this process and the porticos than last year. But that takes
themselves were reinorced with into account a one-year bond
steel beams. The capitals also ssueof$28.5 million for an
received some fortification work, improved wastewater treat-
"You don't just go in and do paid for over 30 years. With-
"Youthe cosmetics," said Carr. "You out the large wastewater rec-
have to do the structure first." lamation facility and plant
With many of the structural upgrades costs, which
issues addressed, the city is now required the2005-06 bond appropria-udget is
turning, some of its attention to taon, the 2005-06 budget higher
more noticeable repairs, both thanl 4.7 percent higher
Carr and Doolittle said. Next on City expenses will include
the agenda is redoing the kitchen the water utilities costs that
and some more repainting work made up 56 percent of the
and window replacements. budget total last year when
Eventually, Doolittle said the the water reclamation project
capitals will be restored and was included. In the new
repainted. year, the water utilities fund
Little by little, the building's will account for just over $16
restoration is taking shape. This million, or about 28 percent-
is something that delights Carr, of the total budget.
who admits his attachment to Also highlighted in the
the building is more than work- expenditure column is the
related. After all, "I went to general operating budget of
school there from seventh to $25.7 million. That is about
ninth grade." 45 percent of the total, fol-
Carr's not alone in his ties to lowed by the sanitation fund,
See RESTORE, Page 12 See BUDGET, Page 13


N Vol


Plant City plans examiner Terry Do
one of the Doric columns outside
Community Center. The columns o
porticos *ere recently restored ai

painting."
What people can't see, how-
ever, is a lot, Doolittle said.
Restoring the columns took
about 10 months a job that was
expected to take three. It turned
out the building's original
wooden columns were not only
hollow inside, no supporting
steel was used to help hold up
the capitals, he said. Steel rein-
forcements were added during


Barbecue to benefit
young cancer patient
PAGE 8


INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE 3

CLASSIFIED
PAGE 2R
CROSSWORD
PAGE 11
FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8,
LEITERS
PAGE 1


SPORTS
PAGE 17

WORSHIP
PAGE 10


Beatle On The Run
Find our what brought
Paul McCartney down
the long and winding
road to the Bay area
this month.
Tomorrow in
The Tampa Tribune
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CALENDAR


Young Cancer Victim Gets Early Birthday Party


TODAY
Sydney First Church of
God revival
Sydney First Church of
God. 1432 Sydney-Dover
Road. will present a revival
Sept. 15-17 at 7 p.m., and
Sept. 18 from 10:45 a.m. to
6 p.m. with evangelist Bill
Neece as the guest
speaker.
Call: 659-1021.

SATURDAY
Plant City Planters
golf tournament
The Plant City Planters
13-Under AAU baseball
team will host a golf tour-
nament Sept. 17 starting
at 8 a.m. at the Plant City
Golf Club on Coronet
Road.
Call: Leland Young.
928-7523, or Bruce Akers,
918-4141.

UDC meeting
Plant City Chapter 1931
of the United Daughters
of the Confederacy will
meet Sept. 17 at 10 a.m. at
the 1914 Plant City High
School Community
Center, 605 N. Collins St.
There will be a discussion
on genealogy.
Call: 752-0243.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Commu-
nity, a fundraising group
whose mission is to help
feed Plant City's needy,
offers food during the Bike
Fest and Strawberry Clas-
sic Car Show at the Plant
City Community Bingo
Hall, 105 Arden Mays
Blvd.. from 5 to 9 p.m.
The group sells hot
dogs. Polish sausage,
chips, cookies, cakes and
pie, and coffee, soda and
water.
The next sale will be
during the Sept. 17 car
show.
Call: 752-1275.

Bluegrass Blow-Out
Unity in the Communi-
ty's 2005 Bluegrass Blow-
See CALENDAR, Page 16


ASHTON BASS TURNS
.4 IN OCTOBER
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The little girl who loves to
smile, play with her sisters and
friends, and be home instead
of in the hospital where doc-
tors are fighting to save her
life, is back in her mother's
arms again.
Ashton Bass only weighs 30
pounds. Her radiation and
chemotherapy treatments
have seen to that. -
But at 3 feet 2 inches tall,
playing in her backyard during
a recent early birthday party,
she looks bigger than that. In
fact, watching her play, enjoy-
ing her young life surrounded
by family and friends and
knowing what she is going
through, she looks like a giant.
Amazingly, she had the top
portion of her skull removed
because the cancer had infil-
trated the bone. A special
membrane underneath the
skin gives her a nearly normal
appearance, but she often
wears a ball cap to cover her
hairless crown.
"She is as strong as a lion,"
said Ashton's mother, April,
while watching .her shy little
girl giggle about something
silly her sisters were doing.
"People ask me how Russell
(her husband) and I can go
through all these hospital and
doctor visits without falling
apart. But it is Ashton who is
facing all thi* with courage
and a big smile. What we are
going through is nothing. Ash-
ton makes us strong. We can
hardly keep up with her. But
she is the one who gives us
hope."
Ashton's sisters, 13-year-old
Brittany and Brooke, 8, are
also a big part of the story,
April said.
"They help to keep Ashton
smiling. All the girls have been
great," she said.
The Ashton's story was first
told in The Courier's Aug. 25
issue. Since that time, her her
battle to beat brain cancer has
seen several turns from crisis
to a pattern of continued
hope.
"We are waiting for Ashton
to have an MRI to determine


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photos
Above, Ashton Bass, left, whose birthday
is Oct. 8, faces chemotherapy in October,
November and December, so her parents,
April and Russell Bass, decided to give her
and her sisters, Brooke and Brittany,
center, who share a Nov. 26 birth date,
early birthday parties Sept. 10. At left,
Ashton Bass pets her aunt Debbie Middle-
brook's Chihuahua, Tina. Ashton wears a
baseball cap to cover her bare head in the
bright sunshine. She is surrounded by
family and friends, and held by her
mother, April, during an early birthday
party for her and her two sisters, Brittany
and Brooke.


how the latest round of radia-
tion treatment went," said
Russell, a Plant City police
officer. "Once the MRI is com-
pleted, and the doctors -can
determine how the cancer
reacted to the radiation, they
will decide how aggressively
they want to treat it."
A community effort to help
the Basses has been made,
through police department'
employee support, financial
contributions and a golf tour-
nament scheduled for tomor-
row at the Walden Lake Golf


and Country Club. More than
150 golfers are expected to
participate. On Oct. 22, a bar-
becue take-out fundraiser to
support the family is sched-
uled for McCall Park from 4 to
6 p.m.
Ashton will have another
round- of chemotherapy in
October and November at All
Children's Hospital in St.
Petersburg. Doctors are treat-
ing her particular cancer with
an aggressive schedule and
extremely high doses.
"Doctors and nurses have


told us they are amazed at
how Ashton is able to handle
such radical treatment," Rus-
sell said.
He and April readily admit
that the treatment to kill the
cancer has definitely taken its
toll on Ashton.
"Everyone who has gone
through such a process, or is
close to anyone who has gone
through radiation and chemo
knows that the cure can
almostkill you," Russell said.
See BIRTHDAY, Page 11


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really misses me and wants me to come home.
There is a $500 reward with no questions asked.
Love, Jada
Please call the Wiggins at
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4 THE COURIER SEPTEMBER 15,2005




Bluegrass Blow-Out Benefits Areas Needy


7TH ANNUAL EVENT
THIS SATURDAY
By SHERRI LONON
slonon@mediageneral.com
Three bands will take the
stage this Saturday to benefit
Plant City area families in
need.
The seventh annual Blue-
grass Blow-Otit, sponsored by
Unity in the 'Community,-
starts at 7 p.m., Sept. 17 at the


1914 Plant City High School
Community Center-, 605 N.
Collins St. Tickets, which
remain on sale this week at
various locations and at the
door, are $10 each.
All money raised will go to
Unity, which in turn donates
to other agencies. "We don't
take food, we take the money,"
said Joyce Jordan, Unity's
president. Each fall, Unity, a
nonprofit organization, div-
vies up the money it's raised
throughout the year to orga-


nizations that work directly
with Plant City families who
need food assistance.
Last year, Unity raised
about $21,500 through its
bluegrass concert, golf tour-
nament and monthly car show
concession sales. This year,
the goal is $40,000, Jordan
said.
On tap for the concert are
the Never Fade bluegrass
gospel band along with South-
ern Star bluegrass. The Gee
Daddy's will also appear with


their '50s music and Mike
Franklin of the group will
emcee the evening's lineup.
"These are just excellent
bands," Jordan said.
Linda Lawson, executive
director of United Food Bank
and Services of Plant City, 712
E. Alsobrook St., Suite 9,
agreed. "People can have a
great time at this event,"
Lawson said. "It's just so much
fun even if you're not a big
bluegrass fan."
Lawson's agency is one of


the recipients of tUnity's
annual efforts. The food bank
provides groceries to about
7,000 families a year in the
greater Plant City area. The
nonprofit organization gives
five days worth of food to
referred and screened families
up to three times. Although
it's a United Way agency, the
food bank does rely heavily on
donations such as Unity's,
Lawson said.


See BENEFIT, Page 5


Church


Reach Out


To Katrina


Victims

FAMILY TIES HELP
COORDINATE EFFORT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Some of the people in the
Biloxi, Miss., area escaped
serious damage when Hurri-
cane Katrina came crashing
into town.
One of those fortunate fam-
ilies will act as host to mem-
bers of the First United
Methodist Church of Plant
City in their effort to provide
relief in the Biloxi area.
Jason Smith, and his wife,
Brooke, are opening their
home, located about a mile
north of bay waters on the
edge of the Gulf of Mexico, to
provide a place for the Plant
City contingent to stay.
Jason Smith is the son ofA
First United's pastor, the Rev.
Earl L. Smith. The Smiths' j
family ties and the opportu- e.. i
nity for shelter and aid t
prompted the leadership of .
the United Methodist Church
organization, coordinated
through the church's MERCI
Center in North Carolina, to
assign the Plant City group to
Biloxi to offer relief assis-
tance. .
Plant City assistant pastor '
David Blair, church members
Paula Sedita and Tom Grim- 2005 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
mer, and Vince Price, the pas-
tor at First United Methodisting ig f feedm
Church of Dover, joined with
the Smiths, including Peggy, Dave Bonometti jumps his motorcycle more than 100 feet in the air during Plant City's
pastor Smith's wife, for the American Freedom Rally Sept.11 at Mike Sansone Community Park. The fourth anniversary
ride to Biloxi. of the terrorist attacks was remembered with a patriotic tribute to the victims and U.S.
Church members Dean and military troops, led by Paul Campoli, pastor of the Plant City Seventh-day Adventist
Church.
See RELIEF, Page 5


Valrico Author Pens Alternative Story Of Cuban Missile Crisis


WARHEAD FIRED AT
WASHINGTON, D.C.
By SCOTT E. RUPP
srupp@mediageneral.com
The Soviet Union managed
to get one of its nuclear war-
heads into Cuba, aimed at the
nation's capital, and Ameri-
ca's only hope is two Ameri-
can men taken captive by the
Cuban army.


The year was 1962 and the
Cold War was 'slanting toward
the United States, but the
atomic warhead placed in
Cuba would swing .world
power to the Soviet Union.
After escaping from their
imprisonment, Sam Higgins
and Paul Rutland discover the
lone missile, the Sandal. Both
men know they must stop it
from being fired but, just as
they put their plan into
motion, the missile is fired


toward the U.S. capital.
"The Sandal" is Bob Burfit-
t's first book. The retired Val-
rico resident set about
penning the military thriller
about two years ago after
spending a life wishing he
could write a book. Finally,
after more than 20 years in the
Navy and another 20 years in
the grain industry, he and his
wife, Judy, came south and
settled in Strawberry Ridge.
"I have always enjoyed


reading. I read a lot," .Burfitt
said. "And I always thought I
would like to write a book."
The best part of the process
was not the research, nor the
writing, but getting the book
into print and seeing his name
on the cover, he said.
Now he's working on a
second book, and though not
a sequel, he said, it may
contain some of the same
See WRITE, Page 12


Kids Concert

Planned At 2

Churches

AUSTRALIAN COMPANY
ROCKFISH TO PERFORM
By SCOTT E. RUPP
srupp@mediageneral.com
Two churches are hoping
to plant the seeds of love and
hope in the hearts of children
using song, dance and a sing-
ing fish name Roxi.
Shiloh Baptist Church in
Plant City and Bells Shoals
Baptist Church in Brandon
will host Rocfish, billed as
Australia's No. 1 Christian
music kid's entertainment
group, Sept. 21 and Sept. 25,
respectively.
The group is currently
touring the United States
with its production titled
"The Prodigal Tale," the story
of a father's love for his run-
away child based on the Bib-
le's version of the Prodigal
Son.
Set in the 1950s, the pro-
ductions features a six-
member cast along with Roxi
the fish mascot.
Janie Guffey, Bells Shoals'
children's minister, said the
concert is intended to present
the gospel to children in a
way they can understand.
"The importance is to reach
out to the children," Guffey
said. "It's so positive because
children will see that they can
put their faith and trust in
Jesus."
Bell Shoals Baptist hosts
community concerts about
three times a year and has
been planning this event for
more than a year.
Shiloh. booked Rocfish and
brought it back due to its
popularity.
The Rev.. Joe Bowles of
Shiloh said the program is,
perfect for the children,
though it is appropriate for all
ages.
\ "I enjoyed it probably more
than the kids," he said, "but
I'm a kid at heart."
Bowles said last year the
performance brought in
about 500 people; he expects
the same this year. Bells
Shoals is expecting to pack
the worship center with about
1,200 people.
Rocfish began in March
2000 when three Australian
friends who thought there
was a need to provide Chris-
tian entertainment to kids in

See CONCERT, Page 14






SEPTEMBER 15, 2005 THE COURIER 5


BENEFIT
Continued From Page 4
"There is no way we could
raise enough money to feed all
the needy of this area," said
Lawson. "(This) is purely a
community effort."
Clients of the agency must
receive referrals from the
Department of Children and
Families, churches, schools,
law enforcement, fire officials
or the like. They are then
screened for actual needs and
to make sure duplication isn't
taking place.
Rather than rely on income
alone, food bank scrutinizes
current circumstances. "Bad
things happen to good
people," said Lawson. "We
love to help people who are
trying to help themselves. We
believe in self-sufficiency. We
offer a hand up not a hand
out."
Unity is the largest single
contributor to Meals on


Wheels of Plant City's efforts,
said Mac McKendrick, presi-
dent. "We appreciate every-
one who attends (the concert)
and supports that
organization," McKendrick
said.
Meals on Wheels provides
five meals a week to elderly
and disabled residents in the
Plant City area. The
organization survives, on
donations alone and operates
with volunteer drivers who
receive no compensation for
their time, vehicle use or gas,
McKendrick said.
Clients are screened for
need and financial situation.
Those who can pay for the hot
meals do those who can't
don't. "Our policy is nobody is
going to go hungry if you need
it," McKendrick said.
Jordan said both organiza-
tions fit in well with Unity's
overall goal to ensure no one
in the Plant City area goes
hungry. Unity was created as
"a way of helping people and


bringing the community
together for a cause."
Tickets for the Bluegrass
Blow-Out are available in
advance at Kash n' Karry, 205
W. Alexander St.; the Greater
Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce, 106 N. 'Evers St.;
Browns Jewelers, 1705 James
Redman Parkway; Family &
Friends Antiques & Collect-
ibles, 1304 S. Collins St.; and at
the door. In addition to the
concert, there will be a chance
drawing for prizes, including
dinners out and more.
"It's just a great time,"
Lawson said.
To learn more about Unity,
call Jordan at 752-1275.
For information on the
United Food Bank, call
Lawson at 764-0625.
For Meals on Wheels
information, call McKendrick
at 754-9932, weekdays from 9
a.m. to noon, or leave a mes-
sage. The organization is in
great need of volunteer drivers
-as well.


RELIEF
Continued From Page 4


Adam Snyder were already in
Biloxi and joined up with the
church group when it arrived.
Plant City church member
Jo Anna Franz said First Unit-
ed's youth group was eager to
help the victims of Hurricane
Katrina as well.
"The youth group is putting
together health kits to benefit
the victims of the storm,"
Franz said. Our goal is to have
1,000 kits donated to the
church by Sept. 18. That was
something we wanted to do to
help."
The health kits will contain
items such as hand towels,
wash cloths, combs, tooth-
paste and more.
The United Methodist
Church organization is also
looking to contribute money
to national organizations,
such as the Red Cross and the.
Salvation Army, to get funds


into the victims' hands as soon
as possible.
In the weeks and months to
come, church members will
contribute to UMCOR, the
church's committee on relief
that offers a long-term pres-
ence in disaster areas. In Flor-
ida last year, UMCOR
contributed almost $2 million
to relief efforts. Its case work-
ers are still at work in Florida
- a year after the hurricanes
hit, church documents state.
Blair and his volunteers
making the Biloxi trip also car-
ried building materials, tools,
ladders, wheelbarrows, cool-
ers, bed rolls, toys and other
items that will help them pro-
vide a variety of aid when they
get there.
"Our group will have to be
flexible after arriving in Biloxi,"
Earl Smith said. "We were


originally scheduled to help
out in the Gulfport, Miss.,
area. But .they changed our
destination earlier this week.
It could change again once
they get there. That is often
the nature of disaster relief."
At least the group will have a
safe and dry place to stay.
"The storm surge stopped
about one-quarter to one-half
mile from our house," Jason.
Smith said. "A part of our
neighborhood closer to the
bay was hurt by the rising
waters, but we escaped any
serious damage."
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ween Florida and that part of
the Mississippi coast, the two-
vehicle caravan planned to
spend the night in the Florida
Panhandle and then travel
into Biloxi. They arrived Sept.
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Writer overreacted
to father-son trip
Re: Letter "History Does
Repeat Itself' by George
Henson, Sept. 8 issue.
When one can open any
morning newspaper and see
the tragedy that is unfolding
around the world, why is it so
hard to rejoice with one story
that shares the rewards of
hard work?
I've known Mayor John
Dicks for over 35 years. This
so-called sojourn around the
world with others consisted of
his son. This trip was a
graduation reward. In an age
where drugs, violence and
deadbeat dads rule our
headlines, it's refreshing to
read about a father and son
who share a closeness and
bond, even if you didn't get
along with your stepfather as


you stated.
The Courier is a fun,
hometown newspaper, not
world news. If you think our
living standards have gone to
the bottom of the barrel,
maybe you need to take a
happy pill and stop wallowing
in the negativity of this world
and place some positive focus
on life.
'While we are all impressed
with your Marine service,
hard work, raising a family
and all your kids and grand-
children, please note this
news flash: You're not the
conscience of Plant City. And
after your jealous Billy-got-a-
ball-and-I-didn't letter, one
may wonder if you have a
conscience at all. Many other
nations have reached an apex
then fallen to smolder in
ruins, but what does this
really have to do with a
father-and-son trip around
the world?
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At right, Laurel Moore, a
federal public defender in
Tampa, played the role of
defense attorney during the
mock trial while Toisten Hayes,
front, played the defendant.
Judge Claudia Isom presided
over the courtroom. The intent
was to show how a seemingly
minor incident can result in
nasty consequences. This
particular example was a
misdemeanor battery to
another student and federal
battery on a teacher.


Learning

about law

enforcement
Vergena Jordan, left,
talks to Esther Vega
of Plant City High
School, left, Nancy
Hernandez of
" Brandon High School
and Alex Deakin
from Bloomingdale
High School about
the Center for
Women. The first
Plant City Youth
Community Law Fair
was sponsored by
the Hillsborough
County Commission
and the Hillsborough
County Bar
Association Sept. 10
at the Plant City
Neighborhood
Service Center, 307
N. Michigan Ave.
About a dozen
booths displayed
information during
the fair for students
interested in
becoming law
enforcement
ed. officers, lawyers,
judges or teachers.
Students who
visited each booth
received a free
i -calculator. There
was also a mock trial
about violence in
i the classroom
followed by a panel
discussion with
career professionals
on their work.


BETTY'S PLACE


Barbecue To Benefit Young CancerPatient


Reaching out to help
the Bass family
Joe Moore has been a
familiar face in Plant City,
delivering subpoenas for the
Hillsborough County Public
Defenders Office for 10 years.
Now, he and others among
them, Gene and Gail Lyons,
John Griffin, Tracy Howard,
son Mike Moore want to
deliver much needed assis-
tance to the Bass family.
Most of you read the story
of Russell and April Bass' 3-
year-old daughter Ashton,
who is undergoing treatment
for a brain tumor at Shands.
Joe and his friends have
organized a barbecue take-
out dinner for Oct. 22, at the
downtown train depot, near
McCall Park, from 4 to 6 p.m.
The dinner will cost $10 per
person.
Clark Smith, regional vice
president for Suncoast
Schools Credit Union, has
teamed with Joe in setting up
the Ashton Bass Family
Cancer Hope Fund to see that
every cent donated goes to
help the family.
If you want to contribute to
,the event, call Joe at 368-2701.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


Both Russell and April
contribute to the safety and
well-being of our community
- Russell is a police officer in
Plant City and April was a
Hillsborough County school
bus driver until she left her
job to care for Ashton.
Let's see, if half the town-
that's about 16,000 people -
slipped a dollar in an
envelope and sent it to: Clark
Smith, Suncoast Schools
Credit Union, Attn. Ashton
Bass Trust Fund, 1905 S.
Alexander St., Plant City
33563, and the other half
bought tickets to the barbe-


cue, it would go a long way to
help this family.
I have firsthand knowledge
of the high cost of cancer -
every dollar helps.

Rocfish coming to Plant City
Australia's No. 1 fish is
coming to Plant City.
Sue Wood, director of
children's ministry at Shiloh
Baptist, tells me that the best-
selling children's entertain-
ment group Rocfish will be at
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W. Cason St., Sept. 21 at 6
p.m.
Songs, dance, and stories
are just part of the program.
For more information, call
754-7445. A $5 donation is
requested.

Helping pets during a storm
David Stewart says that the
Humane Society of the United
States takes calls from pet
owners who have to leave
pets behind during a disaster.
The society can be reached at
1-800-486-2631 or www.hs-
us.org. Calls are forwarded to
a large contingent of pet
rescue first responders.
J 4XidaJso brings plt a....,,


good point pet friendly
shelters are long overdue and
should be supported. Animals
enrich our lives and I was-glad
to hear that, at last count,
3,815 have been rescued in
Louisiana.
In addition, Lynne Halleran
of Coldwell Banker
Residential Real Estate on Jim
Redman Parkway, who is very
active in the rescue of golden
retrievers, says quite a few
emergency shelters in
Louisiana have been set up
for pets of all sizes at no
charge.

Cornerstone Center
efforts continue
Fundfaising activities are
full swing ahead for the
Cornerstone Center, which
has been saved from the
wrecking ball.
Jenni Leitner and Jeanie
Burt have organized a lun-
cheon card party for Sept. 16.
A fish fry in October and a
barbecue gospel sing in
November are also on the
schedule.
For information, call Jim


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Escamilla
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milla has graduated from
basic training at Fort Jack-
son, Colum-

is now sta-
tioned at
Fort Lee, Va.,
for three
months of
specialty
Escamilla training.
He is the
son of Allan and Donna
Escamilla of Plant City,
brother to Eric and
Julianne Escamilla, and a
2005 graduate of Plant City
High School.

Kirkland
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deployment while
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SEPTEMBER 15,2005 *'.Tih COUtIR 9


CLUBS


Turkey Creek Class of '65
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1965 will host
its 40-year reunion Sept. 16-
18. Call: Polly (Brown) Fox,
727-6030.

Rotary Daybreak Club
The Rotary Daybreak Club
meets Tuesdays at 7 a.m. at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St., Red Rose dining
room.

Kiwanis
The Plant City Kiwanis Club
meets Wednesdays at noon at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Call: Ken Gibbs,
752-6171.

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club in-
vites singles to a dance every
Friday from 8 p.m. to mid-
night at the Stardust Dance
Center in Plant City Plaza,
1401 Collins St. The cost is $5
for members, $7 for nonmem-
bers. Call: 759-9277 or 759-
2063.

Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan Club


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

Home and
Community Education
The Hillsborough Associa-
tion for Home and Commu-
nity Education seeks
members.
The association partners
with the Hillsborough County
Extension Service to better
serve Hillsborough County
residents and host the adult
Neighborhood Village com-
petition at the Strawberry
Festival, make "ouch" dolls to
give to children receiving
medical care, make baby
quilts and neonatal caps, and
to provide scholarships to 4-H
members. Call: Lisa Leslie,
744-5519, Ext. 143.

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


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Continued From Page 8
Pollard at 759-2247. It's too
late to register for the card
luncheon, but if you're really
interested in participating,
they might have a cancella-
tion.
Horsing around to
save gas money
Someone has found a
solution to high gas prices. A
friend of mine was on the way
home from Denny's the other
night about midnight and
came upon a cowboy (hat and
horse) galloping down Park
Road.
I wonder if Ron Gainey ever
got his mule?
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The complications alone
can be heartbreaking, April.
said.
On Sept. 4, in an Internet
diary on www.nationalchi-
Idrenscancersociety.org, April
posted a troubled admission
concerning her daughter's
state of health.
"Not again! Ashton finished
up her radiation treatments
(at Shands Hospital in Gaines-
ville) on Thursday. After treat-
ment, on our way home, she
started shaking and having
cold chills ... We ended up at
the hospital (All Children's)
Friday evening for blood and
platelet transfusion. She also
started running a fever of
102.7 degrees, which was very
disturbing because it meant
she would have to again stay
in the hospital."
That Sunday, the family was
told Ashton was suffering from
an infection and would have
to receive antibiotics for the
next two weeks before they


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could perform the MRI.
In a strange twist of good
luck, it was determined she
could receive the treatments
at home. But Russell would*
have to be the one to adminis-
ter the intravenous treat-
ments.
"Everything is good about
being home," April said. "Ash-
ton loves the freedom to play.
Walk around the house and in
the yard with her sisters. And
to play with her toys at home,
instead of in the hospital."
All the Bass children got
new toys to play with during
the early birthday party at the
family home off Holloway
Drive. Ashton's birthday is
Oct. 8. Her sisters share the
same birth date, Nov. 26. That
will be the Saturday after
Thanksgiving Day.
"Normally we all look for-
ward to Halloween, Thanks-
giving and the Christmas
holidays,." April said. "Now,
unfortunately, those dates are
taken with chemo treatments
and more visits to the hospital.
I must say I am not looking'
forward to any of it."


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the old school.
Constructed with a $40,000 bond issue
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building served as a public school for 58
years. It was first a high school from 1914
to 1955 and then was home to Tomlin
Junior High School until it closed in 1972.
The school board gave the building to the
city in 1975, which in turn gave adminis-
trative authority over it to the historical
society in 1977.
The historical society is in charge of
day-to-day operations at the building,
while the city handles restoration efforts
and some generalized maintenance.
Once restorations are complete, the
hope is that the historical society's rentals
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for weddings, meetings, birthday parties
and more. Rental fees vary depending on
the rooms desired and the number of
hours involved.
The auditorium improvements are
more than appreciated by clients who
have rented it out in the past. Joyce
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organization's annual Bluegrass Blow-
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addition of air conditioning.
Now, "it's nice in there," said Jordan.
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at $5.34 million and streets stormwater at $5 mil-
lion.
The budget also includes additional personnel for
the code enforcement, engineering, police and fire
departments.
In other business, the commission:
Declared its intent to order demolition and
removal of property at 1118 Ball St.
Awarded a $64,250 bid for the construction of a


picnic pavilion with restrooms at Marie B. Ellis Park,
off East Laura Street.
Continued a public hearing to Oct. 10 regarding
single family design standards for new develop-
ments.
Continued a public hearing to Sept. 26 regarding
"big box" and large-scale commercial retail develop-
ment.
Approved a 47 percent increase over a four-year
period for solid waste and disposal fees to be paid by
homeowners and businesses in the city. Effective
Oct. 1, rates will be increased 18 percent to $22.25
per household, and continue to rise 8 percent each


year thereafter until holding.at 29.43 in 2009. Com-
missioners said the first year's increase in fees would
reduce a $1 million shortfall for 2005-06 to $250,000.
The remainder of the shortfall will be eliminated by
the additional increases.
Approved the rezoning of 11 acres at the
northwest corner of James L. Redman Parkway and
Johnson Road from Residential-3 to a Community
Unit for a commercially based mixed-use property.
Set a public hearing for Sept. 26 regarding safety
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Out will take place Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. at
the 1914 Plant City High School Com-
munity Center, 605 N. Collins St.
The show will feature Never Fade
Bluegrass Gospel Band, Southern Star
Bluegrass and The Gee Daddy's.
Tickets are $10 each and can be
picked up in advance at the Greater
Plant City Chamber of Commerce, 101
N. Wheeler St.; Brown's Jewelers, 1705
Jim Redman Parkway; Family &
Friends Antiques and Collectibles,
1304 S. Collins St.; Kash n' Karry, 205
W. Alexander St.; or at the door.
Call: Joyce Jordan 752-1275.

Car show
The Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce hosts the Strawberry Clas-
sic Car Show in downtown near McCall
Park on the third- Saturday of every


month from 4 to 9 p.m.
The next car show will be Sept. 17.

MONDAY
Swine show drawing
The Florida Strawberry Festival
plans a swine show drawing Sept. 19 at
7 p.m. in the Arthur Boring Civic
Center on the festival grounds. Sev-
enty-five hogs will be drawn from all
entries received. All exhibitors must
attend the drawing.
Each exhibitor may enter two pigs at
the tag-in Nov. 1 from 3 to 6 p.m. The
swine show will take place at the
Strawberry Festival March 2 and the
swine sale will be March 3.
Call: 752-4155 or 752-9194.

WEDNESDAY
Putnam's rep to meet constituents
A caseworker from the office of U.S.
Rep. Adam Putnam will be available to


meet with constituents of the 12th
Congressional District Sept. 21 from 9:
30 to 10 a.m. at the Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St.
Constituents who are experiencing
problems with Social Security, Medi-
care, Veterans Affairs or other federal
agencies may meet with the case-
worker. Bring any written information
or documentation that will allow the
caseworker to provide assistance.
Others who wish to express their
views on any national issues ate also
encouraged to meet with the case-
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PLAN AHEAD
Diamonds & Denim
The annual Diamonds & Denim
event, sponsored by the South Florida
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Sept. 22 from 7 to 10 p.m. in the Arthur
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diamond ring, a 50/50 drawing, and a
silent auction of more than 100 items.
Proceeds benefit the hospital's com-
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Ticket or sponsorship information:
757-8478.

Car wash fundraiser
A car wash benefiting Cub Scout
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a.m. to 1 p.m. at Wal-Mart, 2602 James
Redman Parkway. Donation: $5 cars,
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Call: 754-2768 or 477-7411.

Bike Fest
The Greater Plant City Chamber of
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Saturday of every month from 5 to 9
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SPORTS


ROBERT CONE/Staff photos
At left, Plant City running back Javaris Pope breaks free through the line of
scrimmage against Armwood in Seffner Friday night. Running room was difficult
to come by against the Hawks defense, and the Raiders lost 42-7 to drop to 1-2
on the year. Above, Raider quarterback Jason Brown dashes to the end zone
early in the first quarter after a 60-yard QB keeper. Brown's touchdown gave the
Raiders a short-lived lead. Plant City would not score the rest of the night. Up
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FALL 42-7 TO ARMWOOD
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With its star quarterback graduated,
it's true that the Lake Gibson Braves
are not the same offensive squad that
reached each of the last two state 4A
finals.
But that might not offer too much
encouragement to Plant City, which
just played against the team that beat
Lake Gibson for both state titles.
Though also not possessing the same
offensive weapons as the past two sea-
sons, Armwood is still strong as it
showed in a 42-7 win over Plant City
on Friday.
The Raiders look to bounce back
against the Braves, who are 0-2 but far
from a typical winless team. Their
losses are by one point to Kathleen,
which is 3-0 and ranked in the top five
of Class 5A, and last week to Riverview,


another 3-0 team, by a 26-24 score.
In fact, after the loss to Kathleen, the
Braves did not drop out of the state
rankings. They have struggled a little
on offense, at least compared to the
potent passing attack directed by Matt
Grothe. That doesn't mean Lake
Gibson lacks confidence in its passing
game, however.
"They threw it 29 timns last week.
They're still putting it up,, said Raiders
head coach Todd Lo.ng,.whose teams
have had success against anyone from
Polk County not named Lakeland High
School. -
That recent history. and the feeling
that the five-touchdown margin of
defeat last week really didn't express
the way the game went, are reasons for
Long to be optimistic. Against Arm-
wood, the Raiders jumped on top early
when quarterback Jason Brown scored
on a 60-yard run.
Not surprisingly Armwood
responded with a score of its own, and


the Hawks indeed scored the game's
final 42 points, including getting out to
a 35-7 advantage at halftime.
While that sounds like the Raiders
were completely shut down, that was
far from being the case.
Brown had the Raiders inside Arm-
wood's 20-yard line with.the score 7-7,
and after a bad pitch play the Raiders
had to serde for a field6goal try, which
missed.
-Armwood went up 14-7, but again
the Raiders got to midfield.
That's when Brown ran into a pile,
and appeared to have his momentum
stopped, but the ball came out and
Armwo6d linebacker Dougie Thomp-
son ran it back for a 50-yard touch-
down for a 21-7 lead.
The Raiders-punted on their next
drive and Armwood's Matt Brevi
returned it all the way to the Plant City.
1-yard line. Just like that. the score was
28-7. And the Raiders got inside the


Armwood 20 an additional two times
only to turn the ball over.
"Later on, the officials admitted to
me they blew the call on the fumble,
which doesn't help too much. And I'm
not blaming the loss on the officials,
believe me," Long said. "The point is,
we were able to do some things against
them that a lot of other teams haven't.
I take a lot of postives from the game."
Not including negative yards due to
sacks and dropped pitches, the Raid-
ers were able to gain more than 250
yards against the. Hawks. Brown ran
for 102 and threw for an additional 96.
Defensive linemen Mike Donaway,
Brandon Cornelius and Brandon Forte
- all seniors stood up particularly
well to Armwood's physical brand of
play.
On offense, Lake Gibson used three
different passers last week, and run-
ning back Isaac Harris had 107 yards
on 21 carries.


Hosting Bloomingdale, Cougars Seek 1st Win f FootballSeason


MUST PUT POINTS ON

BOARD IN RED ZONE
By DARK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
It would be nice if the score-
board works this week at
Durant, but the real issue for
the Cougars is if they can pro-
vide more material under the
space marked "Home."
Last week, the Cougars were
able to move the ball on Bran-
don, but gave up three golden
scoring chances inside the 20-
yard line and lost to the Eagles,


21-6. This week, Durant con-
tinues to search for its first win
-when it hosts Bloomingdale.
The Ron Frost Athletic
Complex stadium scoreboard
was not functioning against
Brandon, and aside from the
inconvience in general, might
have cost the Cougars a
chance to close the deficit
before halftime. Brandon led
14-6 but Durant was driving.
"I'm screaming at kids tell-
ing them to get to the line,
trying to keep up with how
much time's left. We got in
kind of a panic mode," said
Durant head coach Mike Got-


tman.
,Durant would see the
second half end in similar
fashion, getting inside the
Eagles' 10-vard line before
turning the ball over on
downs, but the Eagles had the
two-touchdown margin built
pi by the'n.The Cougars also
missed a field goal and had a
would-be touchdown pass get
overthrown.
Those red-zone stallings
would explain why a team
could score only six points but
gain 337 yards, which was the
case for Durant last Friday.
"We're definitely working


on the red -zone. offense this
week'" Gottman said. "We
have to be able to come away
with points there. We'll work
on field goals and PATs too. It
seems like one thing after
another when you're strug-
gling. .. ....
Chip Bowden had- a fine
game throwing against Bran-
don, passing for 161 yards.
Mike Wacaser caught three
passes for 79 yards and also
had the lone touchdown on a
9-yard carry. Bowden had 65
of Durant's 176 yards on the
ground. Kevin Gainer and Sam
Johnson also had their share


ofyards on the-ground.
Durant is 0-3 but fortu-
nately, none of the games
have been district contests so
there is still hope for a recov-
ery to the season. Blooming-
dale is improved over past
seasons, but .should be beat-
able if the' Cougars can lhang
on to the ball.
Former district mates Bloo-
mingdale come in off a bye
week, having defeated Leto
29-0 last time out. The Bulls
began the season with a 30-13
loss to Plant, where the Pan-
thers threw for more than 200
yards.




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Above, Plant City senior middle blocker Alicia Mohler prepares to serve against East Bay in a
district match the Raiders won Aug. 30. At right, Durant sophomore Stephanie Eukovich leaps for
a spike against Tampa Bay Tech in a recent victory by the Cougars. Plant City will travel to Durant
for a crosstown match with its rivals Sept. 27.



'Tis The Spiking Season


DISTRICT ACTION

HEATING UP
By ROBERT CONE
rcone@mediageneral.com
The squeaks of shuffling
sneakers can be heard almost
every weeknight at Plant City
high school gyms as volleyball
teams jockey for position in
the district standings.
Until recently, Durant High
School was readily known as
the best team in eastern Hills-
borough County, but
improved play from squads
such as Plant City, Brandon
and Armwood have shown
that the overall quality of local
volleyball is improving rap-
idly.
Durant, Plant City and Riv-
erview play in the seven-
school Class 6A-District 8.
That district also includes Sar-
asota Riverview which lost in
five games in the region semi-
finals to eventual state finalist
Boca Raton Spanish River last
season and strong teams
from Lakeland and Sarasota.
East Bay rounds out the dis-
trict.


One big factor in most area
teams' improvement has been
an increase in club volleyball
participation, which keeps
girls practicing and playing
matches virtually year-round.
Both Jay Gordon and Misti
Neutzling, head volleyball
coaches at Durant and Plant
City high schools, respec-
tively, weighed in with how
the season has gone so far and
what they need to do to be
successful when district play-
offs arrive in mid-October.

Cougars ready
The Cougars failed to cap-
ture their district champion-
ship for the first time in school
history.last year. This season,
new head coach Jay Gordon
takes over the program from
coach Teri Ohme, who said
she left the Cougars to spend
more time with her family.
Gordon was an assistant
under Ohme and he has high
hopes that Durant will regain
the district crowh sooner
rather than later.
"We've got a nice mix.
We've got four seniors and a
junior along with a freshman
starting as middle blocker in


Kelsey Horton," Gordon said.
"It's a matter of whether the
newbies can step up."
The perennial powerhouse
may have slowed down, but
players and the coach have
their sights on knocking off
Sarasota Riverview.
"We talk about Sarasota
Riverview in practice a lot,
using them as a goal, referring
back to them and saying this is
the level we need to be at,"
said Gordon. "Our goal is to
win district. We need to re-
establish that, work on
becoming a better ball-con-
trol team and work on clos-
ing."
The Cougar offense relies
heavily on middle blocker
Brittany Wilson and outside
hitter Sam Sarff, both seniors.
Running the offense is sopho-
more Alexa Donini.
Still a viable power in the
district, the Cougars have
shown themselves to be vul-
nerable and need to improve
on maintaining a high level of
intensity throughout
matches.

Raiders rebound
In four games, Plant City


First-year head coach Jay Gordon speaks to his Durant team
before an early-season match against Armwood. Gordon wants
to help put the Cougars back at the top of the state's elite
volleyball programs.


High has already surpassed
last season's win total of two.
The Raiders opened the
season with a loss against new
district opponent Lakeland
before running off impressive
wins against Brandon, East
Bay and Riverview. The Raid-
ers were scheduled to play
against Armwood, which took
Durant to five games Aug. 25,
Tuesday night.
So far, the quality of play of
her team impresses second-
year coach Misti Neutzling.
"The play this year has just
been at a totally different
level," said Neutzling. "We
can run an offense, have great
defense and we've been on
Cloud 9 since the season
began."
Neutzling sees the biggest


improvement in the dedicat-
ion to the sport by her players.
Several Raiders now are on
club volleyball teams, and
they worked on conditioning.
and playing during the
summer to help prepare for
the start of the season.
Though the coach recog-
nizes the strength of the dis-
trict the Raiders play in,
Neutzling is optimistic.
"Sarasota Riverview and
Lakeland are both real tough,
but this year we're really look-
ing forward to playing
Durant," Neutzling said. "It's
feasible for ous to be in the top
three in our district, defi-
nitely."
Volleyball fans can catch
the Raiders/Cougars match at
Durant Sept. 27.


SHARP CUTS


The Sharp Solution To PlayoffPuzzle


Ah, the anticipation is
over. The Darek Sharp
solution to how to fix what's
wrong with the state high
school football playoff
system is here.
Again, not that anyone will
take heed to this at the
Florida High School Athletic
Association, but I'll make
sure they see this at least.
Oh, get your abacuses out.
To refresh, the reason a
change to the format is
needed is simple. The way
it's.set up now, only the
district winners and
runners-up get in, with only
district games counting and
overall records therefore
basically mean squat. This is


bad because it opens up two
equally unjust possibilities,
at either ends of the quality-
of-team spectrum.
First, a good team could
go 7-3 or even 8-2 and not
make the playoffs because
they reside in an extra-
-strong district. On the other
side, a team can be below
average, or even not very
good and still get in. What if
someone is in a four-team
district where one school is
awful, and doesn't win a
single game; another goes 1-
9 with the only win against
the even-stinkier squad; and
the "runner-up" goes 3-7,
but, hey, they beat those two
awful teams they go to the


playoffs!
These extremes could take
place in the very same
region, and you'd have a
strong club sitting home
watching a 3-7 team advance
in what should be its place.
Think I'm getting worked up
for nothing, because there's
no way it can.happen? It
happened last year.
In Class 3A, Jefferson and
Jesuit very deservingly
qualified for the postseason
as the top two teams in
District 10. Meanwhile,
coming in third place was
Robinson High, which went
8-2 only losing to Jefferson
and Jesuit. But sorry Robin-
son, you stayed home last


DAREK
SHARP


year while elsewhere in
Regidn 3, we had Riverdale
High out of Fort Myers.
Riverdale went 3-7, but
because it shared District 12
with the likes of Cypress
Lake (1-9) and Lemon Bay
(2-7) the Raiders were in


and, of course, promptly out
after losing 42-7 to Jefferson.
How to fix? Some of this
may seem radical, but follow
me if you're interested.
First, even though techni-
cally a district winner could
put up a below .500 overall
record (example: East Lake
at 4-5 last season), the
district groupings must
count for something. So, let
the district champs in with
no debating. That gives us
the first four playoff teams in
each region. But instead of
just giving the other four
spots to all the runners-up,
we're going to turn those
spots all into wild cards.
Finishing second in your
district gets you into the

See SHARP, Page 19





10 0 THE COURIER SEPTEMBER 15, 2005


WORSHIP


DEATHS


Brannon
Ted N. Brannon, 72, of Plant
City died Aug. 27.
He was born in Moultrie,
Ga., and was a longtime resi-
dent of Plant City.
He served in the U.S. Air
Force and was a landscaper.
He is survived by his wife,
Pat; three daughters, Robin
Corres of Orlando, Gayle
Easton of Tampa and Jackie
Pitts of Clermont; two broth-
ers; six sisters; and eight
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Douglas
Wesley Douglas, 86, of Plant
City died Sept. 5.
He was born in Brewster
and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II and worked in


maintenance and repair for
Mobil Chemical.
He is survived by his wife,
Wanda; a daughter, Nancy
Burtz of Plant City; five grand-
children; and two great-grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Fuentes
Belinda "Gail" Fuentes, 42,
of Lithia died Sept. 3.
She was born in Kent
County, Del., and came here
from Delaware as a child.
She was disabled and was a
Baptist.
She is survived by her father
and stepmother, Junior and
Linda Walker of Plant City;
mother, Donna Conway; a
brother, Gene A. Walker of
Columbia, Md.; three sisters,
Shelia Dickens of St. Louis,
Darlene Walker of Ithica, N.Y.,
and Vicky Hansen of Willow
Oak; two half-brothers, Billy
Green and Jason Green; and
three half-sisters, Lori Garcia,


Tammy Green and Tanya
Beveard.
Haught Funeral Home.

Furney
Alberta L. Furney, 91, of
Dade City died Sept. 5.
She was born in Everett, Pa.,
and was a former resident of
the Plant City area.
She was a homemaker and a
former member of Turkey
Creek First Baptist Church.
She is survived by a
daughter, LaDonna Hancock
of Greensboro, N.C.; two
grandchildren; and four great-
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Gaddis
Ray F. Gaddis, 89, of Plant
City died Aug. 30.
He was born in Pinesburo,
Miss., and came here from
Mississippi in 1940.
He was a pipefitter and
attended Shiloh Baptist


Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Anna; a son, Bobby Ray of
Decator, Texas; a daughter,
Donna Moore of Plant City; a
brother, Edward of Richland,
Miss.; five grandchildren; and
two great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Henderson
Pauline Mooney Hender-
son, 88, of Plant City died Sept.
5.
She was born in Gay, Ga.,
and came here from there in
1936.
She was a homemaker and a
Baptist.
She is survived by a son,
Jimmie W. of Mulberry; two
daughters, Patricia Callis.and
Rachel L. Nobles, both of Plant
City; 28 grandchildren; and
many great-grandchildren
and great-great-grandchil-
dren. "
Wells Memorial Funeral


Home.
Langford
Iola M. Langford, 76, of
Plant City died Sept. 2.
She was born in Shelby
County, Mo., and came here in
1939.
She was a plant clerk.
She was a member of Bell
Shoals Baptist Church, serving
in the music department; was
a member of Plant City Chap-
ter No. 81 Order of the Eastern
Star; and was a volunteer foi
Meals on Wheels and the Visi-
tor Center for The Greatei
Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce.
She is survived by four sons,
Richard, Gerald and Larry, all
of Plant City, and Kenneth of
Lakeland; a daughter, Betty
Hall of Plant City; a sister-in-
law, Helen Mann of Plant City;
five grandchildren; and 10
great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.


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The Plant City Lancers under-16 and under-17 soccer teams recently found success in tournament action. The U-17 team won the West Pasco Labor Day Tourna-
ment. Above, right, the U-17 Lancers are, in front, Andres Medina, Peter Santiago, Raul Jimenez, Salvador Arellano, Uriel Barrera, Miguel Duarte and Micaias
Garcia. In back are coach Jose L. Concheiro, Efrain Melendez, Marcos Garcia, coach Robert Hilbert, Rogelio Salgado, Roberto Concheiro, Dario Salgado, Artemio
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Moreno, Alex de la Garza, Alan Crispin, Daniel Cantu, Lalo Cabrera Jr., Omar Saenz, assistant coach Gustavo Lopez and coach Rolando Gomez. In back are
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SHARP
Continued From Page 18
wild-card pool, but does not
guarantee anything. Also
jumping into the pool along
with those four teams is
anyone else in the district
who has at least six victories.
Notice I didn't say any team
with a winning record what
if a school starts out 5-4,
then has a rainout that last
week and decides not to
make the game up? See, I've
thought of everything.
Now that you have your
wild-card candidates, you
slot them in order, putting
the team with the most wins
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be some teams tied with an
equal amount of wins. Break
those ties by head-to-head
results if one team happened
to beat the otherss, then by
"strength of victory," which
is simply the total wins of
everyone you beat. If any
ties remain, district runners-
up will get first considera-
tion over third (or fourth)
place teams.
Once you have your list,
slotted in the right order, it's
simple. The top four on the
list will get in as the wild
cards. Whew.
But not so fast, there is
one flaw here. What if a
school finished second in its
district and was 5-5, but
somewhere else in the


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region a team finished third
and went 6-4. Well, in this
new order of things, the 6-4
gets in first, right? But, what
if that 5-5 team played
against AND BEAT the 6-4
team straight up? In that
case anyway, the 5-5 would.
be cheated, which wouldn't
be right either.
Well, it's a good thing I
thought of that.
We take care of this
possibility while slotting the
wild-card pool teams. If
ANYWHERE in the pool
there is a second-place team
that beat any of the non-
second place teams and if
the latter team by record is
slotted above the team it lost
to just move that "losing"


team immediately under the
one that beat them. I'll
understand if anyone bails
out here.
As for seeding, you'd take
the four district winners in
order of victories and seed
them 1 to 4, then same with
the wild cards 5 to 8. No. 1
would play 8, 2 would play 7
and so on, though matchups
of district opponents would
be avoided in the first round
by altering the brackets. If
this creates travel headaches
for a team, so be it; if you
win your district you don't
have to worry about travel.
Also, if you're one of the
top two teams in your
region, you're guaranteed
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which is an improvement
over the random method
now which awards home
field to which half of the
bracket you are.
I think that takes care of
things. This way, everyone in
the state would know that a
six-win season at least gets
them consideration. One
last-second loss to a quality
district foe is not reason to
give up on the year.
Wow, I feel better. Look
for it to go into effect next
year. Or not. Having said all
that, I realize this year Plant
City and Durant (a
combined 1-5) would likely
be ousted as wild-card
participants. But they can
still win their districts, right?


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DODGE 2000 RAM 1500 $2760uobo
SLT, Quad Cab, tow pkg, 813-545-6999
leather, extra, extra
clean, all svc records, CHRYSLER 1997 TOWN N'
$9500(352)521-0688 COUNTRY LXI minivan
FORD 1975 F-100, 4X4 360 119Kmi V63.8L, loaded,
eng w/headers, Edle towackamioodcond
Brock intake, Dana $5,000(727)848-2790
trans, $3500 OBO CHRYSLER 1999 TOWN
813-967-5127 N'COUNTRY LXI, bright
FORD 1988 Ranger Ext silver, leather, rear air,
Cab, runs good, cold AC original owner, 79K mi,
topper, 5spd, 4cyl, great $7,200. 813-759-8214
gas mileage. $3000. Call DODGE 2003 GR CARA-
813-505-3091 VAN SPORT W/SCOOT-
ER LIFT 28,000 mi, Ex-
Ford 2000 F150 XLT client condition, Hand
rm power,, k C mi aw n controls, auto sliding
all power, CD, tow pk psg door Auto., 2 WD, 6
98 mi, $8,200. Can C $16,000 (813)
813-920-2825 654-8416
FORD 2000 F150, show- FORD 1993 E150 Nice,
room cond, 60k mi, Lari- conversion auto handi-
at package. Gara cap lift, TV-VCI, dual
kept. Must see! 515,04 AC, needs minor repair.
863-655-4188 83000obo 813-225-7247
FORD 2000 FS150 XLT Ext FORD 1998 VAN OTHER
Cab 5.4L V8 2WD 70,000 143,000 mi, White, ex-
ml Excellent cond. tendedvan, Auto.,2WD,
$8 00 (813) 472-5456 6 Cyi. $5,000 Super Buy
(813)433-3011
FORD 2000 Ranger, pspb, FORD 2000 E150, 87K mi.
CD pvr bedlner, op- yellow, 6 cyl, cold AC,
per, 79 mi, new tires, ooks & runs great,
extrasharp! $6 700. Call $8700 obo. 813-47 -255
863-6S9S-6675 or
407-702-8649
4071702-869 IFORD 2000 WINDSTAR SE,
GMC 1988 SIERRA 1/2 ton Ither, fully loaded luxu-
long bed, AC, auto, V8, ry power sliding drs,
dependable. Needs exc. Must See cond.
paint. 22000 obo. $7950/obo 813-996-4572
813-382-9370
GIC2003GSierraM5005.3L GC 1997 Safari SLE,
GMc 2003 Sierra 1500 5.3L dark gray, light ray in-
V8, SLE 37k mi. Extra tenrior, dualair, Micelin
Clean! Alum. Tonneau, tires, AM/FM cass, PL,
Bed Rug $14 500 obo cruise, 132k road miles,
Must see. 813-810-8491 exc cond, Serviced regu-
NISSAN 2003 Frontier XE larly. $4200 obo.
Crew Cab, 37,000 miles, 813-909-9194
5 speed, full bed show- 727-647-3522
room condition, $13,500 HONDA 1995 ODYSSEY, 7
727-399-8593 passenger, new brakes,
TOYOTA 2001 PRERUN- tires, C, belts, CD plyr,
NER 65,000 mi, Silver, light silver, very clean,
S-double cab Auto. 2 WD, $,800. 813-277-4809
6 Cyl.$16,060,GreatVal- KIA 2002 SEDONA 65,000
ue UWS truck box, MT mi White Auto., 2 WD, 6
Rims, BF GDrich All Ter- Cyl $10,400, Must Sell
rains 2.5 in. Lift Kit (813)843-7813
813-6B7-4117
TOYOTA 2004 Tundra dbl NISSAN 2004, Quest 3.5S,
cab, SR5, 4x2, V8, 10K first owner, [ow miles,
mi, Silver Sky, tow pkg, like new condition, load-
CD/stereo, edlnr war- ed $19,995. Call
ranty, x cond. $23,500 813-258-3017

T Trucks 6321 Sport Utility
630 Heavy Duty I I icles
BMW 2001 x5 4.4 V8,
CHEVY 1978 C20 white/tan, leather. Im-
CHE 1978C20 maculate cond in/out.
4x4, 350 auto, reading Sacrificeat$27,500obo.
toolbox $1900. 813-505-5307.
813-977-0066 CADILLAC 2003 Escalade
CHEVY 1985 Box Truck AWD, fact wnty sunrf,
custom design, self burg/tan Ithr, loaded,
cont. gen., fridge, work guad capts, chrme whis,
area. Many extras. Onstar, 33K mi, SHARP!
$5500 obo. 813-985-9907 $35,994 813-245-4660
Dodge 1996 Ram 3500 Chevy 1999 SurburbanLT
DRW, 99k mi, cold AC, Ithr, front & rear A/C, all
exc cond inside & out. pwr, tow pkg, keyless,
Cummings TurboDiesel. CD, 89K mi., exc. cond.
$10,899.941-266-1802 $11,500.813-269-8765
DODGE 2001 RAM V8 5.2L CHEVY 2000 Tahoe,
1500 p.u. short club cab, loaded exc. cond. 91K
auto, brintan mt, 64K, mi. will sell for payoff
bedliner& tonneau cvr. $15K? 813-215-6536
$10K 813-968-6828
DODGE 2004 3500 Crew CHEVY 2000 Tahoe LIMIT-
cab Dually w/Cum- ED Black, 70k mi, new
mings engine, 82K mi., Black 22in rims & tires,
Excellent shape 10in subs, cold air intake
$26,250.813-849-8005 & more. CLEAN. $16,500
Call (863) 661-4432
FORD 1977 F600 CHEVY2002 TRAIL
Dump & High lift, BLAZER LS Blue, 50K mi,
Works great $2500. Excellent Condition.
813-977-0066 $14,500
FORD 2003 F-150 4X4, Cal 813-951-571
KING RANCH, all pwr, CHEVY 2003 Trailblazer
Ithr CD, Exc Cond LT EXT White, 26K miles,
30,50 miles $27,000 CD and more. Like New,
OBO. 813-453-7608 Great Condition.
FREIGHTLINER 1996, $22,500.727-430-1741
Cummins diesel, 6spd' Chrysler 2002 PT Cruiser
A/C, 26' dry box, goo 5-spd, 15K mi., great
condition, 8,500 Plant cond., power win/brk,
City, 813-478-5270 garage kept. 1st offer
VOLVO 1998 SEMI- $10K.813- 90-9810
TRACTORforsale. FORD 1997 Expedition
$18000obo XLT, New Tires, Mint
Please call 813-626-3905 Cond. 6 CD A/C All Pwr
Serious offers only Black, 1361(, Must Sell!
Advertise i.Classified $7,5o0.813-434-7039
IT'S HERE TODAY.... Class 584 is your ticket to
GONE TOMORROW! Boating Adventure!


I [ Sport Utility
632" | Vehicles

FORD 1998 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, Runs good,
great condition. AC, CD.
7000 obo. 813-293-4921
/920-1779
FORD 1998 EXPLORER Ltd
Green/tan lether load-
ed nice pvt owner 99k,
$5500 obo 813-334-5293
or 770-617-5063
FORD 2001 EXPLORER
XLT, V6, good MPG, orig
owner, Wht, Ithr,
loaded exc cond $9000.
813-774-2222
Ford 2002 Eddie Bauer,
60K mi. leather, sun-
roof, 3rd seat all opts.,
ext warr., I owner.
$17,700.813-368-4593
FORD 2004 Expedition
Eddie Bauer White, tan
Ithr, rear cpt chrs, navy,
5.4,13K mi, ext warranty
$26,995 813-220-4011
FORD 2004 Explorer XLT
9K mint Ithr 3rd row,
dual air, loaded, Divorce
hardship, was $32K sell
$22K Obo. 813-661-1510
FORD 2005 EXPLORER XLS
8600 mi, Red, cold AC,
CD, exc cond. Must sell
due to illness. $17K.
727-418-2754
GMC 1997 SUBURBAN,
8cyl, 4WD, 119K miles,
dual air, all power,
leather, tow package,
$9,500 813-571-3043
GMC 1999 JIMMY SLT,
Whtw/lthr intr,90K mi.,
all pwr options, nav. sys.,
new tires. $6,500 oDo.
813-657-6694 after 5pm
Do you have good news to
share with thousands
and thousands of peo-
ple? Place a Happy ad in
classified!
HUMMER 2003 H2 Bur-
gundy, 65K mi, BIG FUN
with lots of extras, 3 roof
mounted chrome train
horns Make This buggy
a BLAST $32,900.
I 727-744-8070i
ISUZU 1994 TROOPER
175,000 mi, Red Auto., 4
WD, 6 Cy. $3,250, Must
See (813) 661-5705

ISUZU 2001 Rodeo LS,42K
mi,. Auto, V6, White,
Grey Int, Like New Cond.
Family outrew, $9,500
OBO 813--26-9493
ISUZU 2001 Rodeo, 36K,
Auto, All Pwr & Cruise,
CD New-Tires, $11,000
$1,500, under retail,
813-935-9560.961-3362
ISUZU 2002 AXIOM XS BIk
w/Gray Lthr Int. Fully
Loaded. 42K mi. New
Brakes, Warr'y. $11,950.
813-393-8344
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
kee Ltd, leather, sun-
roof 4x4, step-
bars/mask, Extra clean
$9800 813-505-1371
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
kee, Ithr, V8, snrf, load-
ed, trailer tow kg, exc
condition $8,950. Call
813-841-6i15 645-7239
JEEP 2002 LIBERTY
33K miles, like new,
MUST SELL!! $10,700 or
best offer.
813-633-6904
JEEP 2003 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, 4x4, Loaded,
28k miles, Perfect
Condition' $15,900.
813-948-6045
Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!
JEEP 2004 Wrangler Saha-
ra 6000 mi. khaki, auto
AC, 4wd, 6 cyl, tinted
win, 7 spkr CD sound sys
& rear view mirror w/
temp & compass dis-
play. Exc. cond. Just in
lime for awesome fall
weather. $20,499.
813-814-4005
JEEP 2005 Wrangler Sport
4x4, sliver w/gray int.,
black soft top, alum.
wheels, AM/FM/CD.,
3, 500 mi., $19,000.
813-961-3188
LEXUS 2000 RX 300 White,
Non-Smoker. $16,499
OBO. Excellent
Condition. Call
813-857-2211.
Lincoln 2002 Navigator
beige, exc. cond., brand
new tires, 74K highway
miles. Asking $17,900
Call 813-817-2264.
MERCEDES 2002 ML320
42K mi fact wrrtyT
front/side ss bars all
Mercedes, great cond.,
$22,500 obo.
941-650-7580
MITSUBISHI 2001
MONTERO Sport 4WD,
Burg/Gold, auto, fully
loaded, exc cond.
$9,000.813-598-2493
NISSAN 1996 Pathfinder
XE 4x4, less than 10K
mi/yr, A/T, V6, Garaged,
Meticulous servicing
original owner, MUST
SEE $6,700 813-961-8647
NISSAN 2003 Exterra 4x4
V6, 4 year extended
warranty. 42,400 miles,
Yellow, $15800 obo.
863-858-2441/738-0647
TOYOTA 1997 Forerunner
SR5 AutoCD, A/C,
Sunr, Lthr Int. Mint
Condition. $6995
813-229-3513* 748-4644
TOYOTA 2001 RUNNER,
excellent condition, sil-
ver/tan, PW, PS, PB,
tinted windows $S15,000
813-251-5527


6331 Scooters a
u Mopeds
island Hopper Motorized
bicycle engine kit. Save
on gas! Motorize your
bicycle 30mph,200MPG.
$375 72782 -2628
1635 | Motorcycles |

BMW 1997 F650
25K mi., $2400 obo.
813-831-6203

Buell 2002 Blast
less than 500 mi. Black,
Mint cond. $3000 obo.
813-434-6935
CMC 1998 STREET-
BURNER, 88/S&S, low
miles, just serviced,
$8,506 or best offer
813-215-9219
HARLEY 1949 PANHEAD,
Orig. eng. + cradle
frame. Custom-X Show
Bike. 2K on eng. rebuild.
$12,500.727-845-1341
Harley 1992 Dyna Glide.
One of a kind Daytona
anniversary bike. 8k mi.
#515/1500. Very clean
$9500813-918-3029
HARLEY 1993 SOFTAIL,
low miles, lots of
chrome, runs good &
looks good $8500.
Lakeland 863-868-6159
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1999
Super Glide FXD, wind-
shield, backrest, lots of
extras,7700 mi, $10,500.
813-787-6747 952-4650
HARLEY 1999 SOFTTAIL
Std., 4800 mi,
w/chrome, S&S carb,
Screamin Eagle
Mufflers. Runs & looks
great. $10,000.
813-917-5341
Harley 2000 Dyna Glide,
low miles, like new, twin
cam 1450 cc, black on
black, exc cond. $11,000
352-650-0059
HARLEY Davidson 2002
Dyna Wide Glide, all
chrome, Billet head-
light cust seat, 11K mi,
$14,800. 813-677-9884
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2003
Sportster 883. 5K.
SBags, windshield,
stage 2, great condition.
Garage kept $5,600
Call (813>662-7572
HARLEY 2004 CVO Lmtd
Ed. Screamin Eagle
Deuce, yellow, 1200
made 550cc, 950 miles.
Serious inq. $27,900 obo

HARLEY DAVIDSON 2005
Softail Deluxe-Black
Pearl smoked wind-
shield, stage 1 exhaust,
backseat/backrest, mo-
tor guard. Must Sell!
$20,000 (863) 859-5583
HONDA PACKAGE DEAL
1-2004 CR85 Expert,
2-2002 XR200s; 1-2001
6x12 enclosed frailer; 3
sets riding gear. Hy-
draulic jack stand &oth-
er misc. Won't last @
$8,500. 813-477-9037
HONDA 1989 CR250 DIRT
BIKE. Too fast for me!
Runs great, looks good.
Newer tires. $1100 obo.
813-265-9603 774-2211
HONDA 1999 Shadow VLX
600, red & black, beauti-
ful condition, runs per-
fect, $3300 obo.
.813-633-9566/340-1505
HONDA 1999 SHADOW
600 VLX, windshield,
saddle bags, garaged,
adult owned, low mi, ex-
cellent c ionditon,
62MPG. $3495.
863-602-9606
HONDA 2000 Goldwing
Red GL 1500, 22K, new
brakes & tire & tires, garage
kept 12 disc CD, loaded .
Great condition. $12,995
Call (813) 662-7572
HONDA 2002 VTX 1800,
1500 mi. garaged kept
$7000firm.727-856-4847

HONDA 2003 250 CC Re-
flex. Auto, like new,
829 miles, $3500 or best
offer 813-645-2619
HONDA 2005 Motorcross
110CC, mid size, very
fast, yellow, electric
start $500obo. Call
.813-789-4948.
KAWASAKI 2004 Ninja
250, great starter bike
only 3000 miles, $2000
813-493-1266

SUZUKI 1993 RM 250,
very good condition,
$3500.813-837-5746
SUZUKI 2000 GSX Katana
600, 11lk miles, excellent
cond, + helmet $3,800.
Call 813-727-1422
SUZUKI 2005 C50
Black, extras, 1,500
miles, $6,500 garage
kept, must self, moving,
813-584-3391
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 1999 Roadstar
1600cc, Excellent Condi-
tion, Black w/New Tires
& Brakes! 1st$4500
takes it! 813-817-0272
Yamaha 2004 1100 V-Star
Classic Silverado edi-
tion, loaded. Like new!
3,00n miles, $8750
813 727-4555


1635 1 Motorcycles I
YAMAHA 2004 V Star
Classic. 3 yr >lI. wrny.
less than 9k mi. perfect
cond. garaged, Brooks-
ville $6350 256-750-2458
YAMAHA 2005 TT-
R12SLE, low hours, ex-
cellent condition, must
sell, $2,195.
813-961-3432.
VROD* Anniversary Ad-
dition w/ 1100 Miles -
Eagle Pipes, Hard Sad-
dle Bags, Chrome Over
30K invested, must sell
20K (WIFE) 813-837-6688
1636 | Golf Carts I
GOLF CART 2002
Fully loaded double
seat $2,200 or best offer
(727) 375-8624
Leave message
GOLF CART w/auto char-,
ger, windshield enclo-
sure, headlights, exc
cond, $1875oBoO
813-300-0114

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
16371ATVs I
ATV 2005, 110 cc shaft
drive 4 cycle, 3 speed +
reverse, electric start,
$1,099. 352-854-7279

BARACADE 2005 150cc, 4
stroke, 4 speed, W/re-
verse, sha drive, 1 for
$1,150 or 2 for $2,200
813-996-0969
Bombardier 2002 Quest,
500cc, 4x4, winch incl.
must sell, decent cond.
$2600 obo. 813-814-1558

Polaris 2005 Sportsman
700, many xtras. Low hrs
$6,000.813-918-6290


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Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CAMARO 1969 Rally
Sport, built 350, 400
turbo, PW, A/C, Exc
Cond, Serious Inquiries
Only. 813-966-3855
CHEVY 1939 4DR Deluxe
orig car, frame off
restoration mint cond.
over $40K invested,
$25K obo. Serious
buyers only. Also 1969
Chevelle 2DR orig car
42K actual mi, $8506
obo.813-920-5083
CHEVY 1955 Pick Up Ex-
cellent condition, manu-
al, maroon color.
$8,500
813 565-6846
CHEVY 1962 Impala 2 dr
Sport Coupe, 283, 4 SP
Hurst Shifter, Rare
Bench Seat Set-up, Inte-
rior, Fully- restored.
Orig. Pnt, Chrm Exc.
Shape, Solid Lifters,
Comp Cam New Tires,
Solid Eng. & Tran New
Guages. $10000 Firm.
813-363-9083
CHEVY 1965 Pickup, 350
automatic, short bed,
daily driver, many new
parts. $3750 obo.
727-798-6579.
Chevy 1977 Monte Carlo,
garage kept last 10 yrs
white, swivel buc ke
seats all extras, all orig-
inal. $2500 813-962-1326
CHEVY 1978 CORVETTE
78k orig mi. 4 spd.
Needs Paint $7900 obo
813-951-2021

CORVETTE 1980 auto,
great condition, low
miles, Black w/ Grey,
cold A/C. $8,995 obo.
813-505-5307


Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
FORD 1931 COUPE, liber-
glass body, 1986 Suzuki
amari chassis, runs &
drives, new interior &
tinted glass $4000 obo.
813-363-3046
Manx Style Dune Bugey-
Fully restored
performance parts, VDO
gauges, carpet, blue
metallic paint more!
$19,995.352-412-4977.
Mercury 1966 Comet
Complete, 80% restored
needs finishing.
$2 5 0 0 / o o .
813-448-4021
OLDS 1967 CUTLASS,
Factory A/C, 2 door
hardtop, very ood
condition. $10,0O00.
813-673-8981
OLDSMOBILE 1971 442
Convertible. Red, 455 w/
325hp NOM, auto, buck-
ets/console, AC, orig.
wht int. & top. $21,900
obo. 813-961-9388
Pontiac 1983 Bonneville
4dr, 305-V8, 110k, all
orig, immac, $4000 obo.
813-920-8112
PORSCHE 1972 914 blk, 5
spd, convt., runs great,
30+ mpg, all records,
super fun. $5300. 813-
348-9193/347-229-6249
Rambler 1966, 2 dr auto,
driven reg. since new
looks & runs good, all
metal, great project car.
$3,250.813-986-6811
Ron's Auto Restoration
1929-2000, Full & Partial
Rust repair & complete
paint 727-533-8970

WILLYS 1930 SIX 98-B, all
original, 4dr. black $27k
obo. MUST SELL
813-789-2184
A4g Station
U 8I Wagons

SUBARU 2003 OUTBACK
loaded, like new, 27K
mi., $18,500.
813-741-0521

6A4n Automobiles
S For Sale
ACURA 1988 Integra LS,
1.6DOHC, snrf, cold AC,
aluminum rims, 164Kmi
good cond, $2,300. Call
813-293-3393
ACURA 1999 TL Cham-
pagne/ tan Ithr. 85K mi.
mint cond. ext wrnty
100k mi. $9800
(813)684-4354
Audi 2004 A8, Fully load-
ed, all options, flawless,
low miles, white,
11,780k miles, $57,500.
813-2304'084
BMW 1999 3 Series 323CI,
convertible, 2 door,
white w/tan leather in-
terior. 5 speed manual;
48k miles Exc cond.
Must see $14,995. Mon-
Fri call 813-685-9440, af-
ter hrs call 813-716-0556

Onspected
oandlreody to buy
BMW 2000 528i,
white/black leather,
73K mi., well main-
tained, super clean.
$16,000.813-469-2267
BUICK 1987 Century, 69K
Original Miles, 4 cyl, Au-
to, All Power, Cold AC,
Exc. cond. $2,475 obo
727-521-9023
BUICK 1989 Regal, Sporty
2 dr coupe, with Low
29,000 Orig Miles Ga-
rage Kept, Exc. dond.
In/Out, Recent' Service,
New Brakes & Alterna-
tor Chrome Wire
Wheels, $3,500 offers
considered. 813-476-3825
BUICK 1998 Regal, 157K
mi, good condition, runs
perfect, ice cold air.
3,400 OBO (KBB is
160) 813-454-5913
CADILLAC 1994 El Dorado
loaded, sunroof, leath-
er, extra clean car.
$5200obo Call
t 813-784-6381
Cadillac 1999 Seville STS,
excellent condition
bose stereo system, 6
CD changer, Ithr seats,
seat heater, pulse
wiper, programmable
op ions, 04K mi. $8,700.
Call 727-365-5700
Cadillac 2001 Seville SLS
bik w/ blk sunrf, Ithr,
pwr everything, custom
Cad. wheels, mint.
$13,877. 813-743-4663
CHEVY 1978 Corvette
Coupe, 350/350, auto,
p/steering, asking
$10,500 bo. Cal
813-788-5481
CHEVY 1996 Camaro V6,
5spd One Owner, 85K
mi, Red w/Grey Int. New
Tire/Battery, Exc. Cond.
$5300813-748-0840
1996 Chevy Camaro Po-
lice Impound! Only
$1,500 Must Sell Now!
For Listings Call
1-800-749-8116 Ext C476
CHEVY 1996 Camero Runs
Great, Red, AM/FM/CD,
$1,200 obo
Cell813-731-4719
or 813-661-0491
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classified
each and every day


I69 Automobiles
For Sale I
CHEVY [9j7 CAVALIER,
ice cold AC, low mi,good
cond. $2500.
813-237-3600

CHEVY 2003 CORVETTE,
26K mi, 50th Anniversa-
.ry Edition only 4,000
made. $40,00.
Tel (727)864-4605
or (941)704-9899
CHEVY CORVETTE 2004
Black & beautiful, low
miles, extras warranty.
$37,500
obo, Cal 81-727-0367
CHEVY 2004 CORVETTE
4,000 mi, Black, Loaded,
Coupe Auto., $38,500
(813)907-1544

CHEVY 2005 Cavalier, 2dr,
5sp, blk, tint, AC am/fm
C.D18Kmi 33mpg!!
Must Sell$7499obo
813-368-5655 /672.4422 -
CHRYSLER 2000 Sebring
LXI, 2 door, 43k mi,
leather seats, V6, excel-
lent cond, moon roof;
$7500.813-740-2313
Chrysler 2000 Sebring JX
Convertible- Hunter grn,
A/C, AM/FM stereo,
clean. Asking$7,995
OBO. Call 419-357-1172
CORVETTE 1989 convt. all
Sower, air, good condi-
tion, $9000 obo.
813-417-4923
813-933-4923
CORVETTE 2002 Coupe,
like new, Magnetic Red,
auto, heads up display,
removable glass root,
23,600 mi. $31,900. Call
(863)984-1299
DODGE 2000 Neon Very
clean & immaculate
in/out, low mi, 4dr, auto,
red. Car in Tampa.
$4,995.518-369-9977
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FORD 1998 MUSTANG
62,500 mi Green Coupe 5
Spd 2 WD V6 3.8 ACPS
PW PDL TILT WHEEL,
SPOILER, NEW TIRES,
ALLOY WHEELS $5,000
813-855-5984
FORD 1999 MUSTANG, run
good, newer tires and
battery. $3,500 obo.
813-434-5660
FORD 1999 TAURUS SEL,
green 6cyl, cold AC, exc
condition, all power,
spoiler, sunroof $4,300.
813-653-1754/434-5689
FORD 2000 MUSTANG
74,000 mi, White w/tan
int., Coupe Auto., 2 WD
6 Cyl. Good shape, Cold
Air $5,495 (813)655-4797
FORD 2000 MUSTANG
Coupe, V6, auto, deluxe
kgkgreen/tan interior
05k mi, $5000.
813-962-3956
FORD 2003 FOCUS ZX3
Prem pkg, ZTEC 4CYL,
Silv/Graph, 14Kmi 3DR,
Auto, ADS, TRX/CNTL
SIDE A/B, 31 MPG $8,900
(813)494-6244
FORD 2003 Mustang GT
Sonic blue, 5sp 18" charm
whls, beautiful show-
car! 25K mi. Garaged!
$17,000 813-857-6650
FORD 2004 Focus SE,4DR
white. CD, 31K mi. $820d
Call after 5pm
813-886-8167

FORD 2005 Saleen, like
new, only 1100 mi.
collectors ed. black,
8 cyl, 325hp, Saleen pkg
$42,000 813-545-0725
1991 HONDA ACCORD Po-
lice Impound! Only
$950! Must Sell. For List-
ings 1-800-749-8116, Ext.
7169
HONDA 1991 ACURA NSX,
Black top, Silver body,
collectors item, dealer
maintained throughout,
immaculate condition.
24K. 813-495-2701 or
813-495-2938
Honda 1992 Accord
wagon, AT orig. owner,
$1,200. Call
813-655-5258 after 5pm
HONDA 1992 CIVIC LX,
runs & looks great, tint,
cruise, pw, auto, CD,
new AC & tires, 130k,
$2200.813-991-9342
HONDA 1994 Accord Cou-
pe 2 dr, Auto New Eng,
w/receipt, 17" Rims,
MP3 player, $3,500 obo
813-594-7087 Walter
1995 HONDA CIVIC Only
$500 Police Impound.
For Listings call
1-800-749-8116 Ext 4880.
HONDA 1997 ACCORD
30MPG, orig owner,
leather alloys pristine
cond. Loaded. $3,000
stereo, met silver, 103K,
reg svc, engine purrs.
$6500.813-335-2159
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HONDA 1999 Accord LX Mitsubishi 2001 Spyder
4dr, alarm .sys, alloy GS Co-iv't, AT, silver
whis, new tires, prem. w/blklthr, newtop
sound 94K mi., 1 owner excellent. 56K miles.'
$8500.813-220-2824 $11,600 obo 727-641-6677
HONDA 2002 accord V6, ian 1986 3onn-7Y
sunroof 6 CD, silver, Nissan 19OU ULZX
Ithr, 73,500mi, exc cond, good cond,5 speed.
orig owner $13,750/obo $1800
813-477-8250 813-294-8306
HONDA2003CIVICEX2dr, NISSAN 1998 Altima GXE,
Sspd, sunrf, spoiler al- cold AC, alum wheels, -
loys, CD, full pwr, key- powerwindows&locks,
less ent, alarm. $11,500 ow mileage, asking
obo 941-224-5041 $5999 obo. 813-44-7141
92 Honda Accord Police NISSAN 1998 Sentra GXE,
Impound!Only $550.For Black Auto 4 door,
Listings Call AM/FM/CD, ood Tires,
1-800-749-8116 Ext. 5932 Ice Cold AC Good Miles,
Hyundai 1997 Elantra $3,600 813-394-5070
Wagon, 126 900 miles, NISSAN 1999 Altima GXE
ice coldAC, 2600. clean, great cond. AC
Has free roadside pkg. PW, PL, PM, Tinted
Call 813 486-0053 Wind..Cruise Control,
CD/AM/FM 125k. Asking
HYUNDAI 2003 ELANTRA, $4995.813-926-6583
champagne, 21K mi, au-
to, all power, sunroof, NISSAN 2000 Altima SE,
still under warranty Beige, excellent condi-
$7,899obo813-454-7433 tion, p/windows, CD
b player, $7 000 obo Call
INFINITI 1998130T Gold 813684-0435 205-9037.
104K, Ithr, snrf, exc mech .
cond, wd grain, Bose, new Nissan 2000 Maxima GLE,
tires,,all opts, great in/ Black/.ray. Leather,
out$7200 52-567-3409 Bose, /5 mi, owner,
garaged. $11,500 obo.
Infiniti 1999 130- Exc. 13-685-3330
cond. Fully loaded Ithr
seats, bose stereo, old NISSAN 2004 350Z Tour-
color new brake pads. ing Roadster Conv, fully
$7860.Absolute'Top loaded, 19K mi, silver
Condition! 813-968-9476. /blue top, exc cond
JAGUAR 1999 XJ8 sedan, $.3050.... AIT|2
57K mi, Titanium over NISSAN 2004 ALTIMA
Sable, excellent condi- 13,500 mli, Black, Sedan
tion, 16 500. Call 4 Speed, 2 WD, Cy.
811-785-1093 $18,900 Great Value!
JAGUAR 2002 XK8Cnvt 23 PONTIAC 1994 Trans AM,
exc cond garage kept, 3mn r err
all opt, c008 omewhls .fast $13 000 invested
$38,50.813-846-9043 $4560bo813-677-9884
Jeep 1999 Wrangler, 117K Pontiac 995 Firebird, V6,
m, reaat con, Pontiac 1995 Frebird V6,
$"00/O80545-9696 auto, locking T-tops
alloys, pw p I Looks &
runs grea! $'3495/obo
Mpenspe ed 813-625-5833
V- andlreadyto buy PORSCHE 1973.5 911/930
LEXUS 1999 RX300 Sil- Targa 24 CIS $6,000,
ver, garage kept, exc 8133890881
cond, maint records
avail 99K mi, $12,500
obo Serious calls only! PORSCHE 1985.5 944 Red,
813 920-6227 Good Mechanical
Condition!
LINCOLN 1991 Town Car $ 400
Signature, loaded, 56K 813597-9740
mi, cold AC Ithr $2500
obo. (352) 588-4769 SATURN 1994 SL2, 4 cyl,
auto, cold AC, mint con-
LINCOLN 1992 Towncar edition, runs good $2,000
Cartier Sig Series, with obo Call CB
120, 000 miles, Power ev- 813-842-2205
erything Sunroof, Ga-
eryn Suinr t u aro tho r SATURN 2002 SL, 4dr,
rage Kept. Mint Leather 5spd, cold AC, CD,
Interior, Bodvin ol" AC CD,
Exc.Cond $ o fr0f/am 51K ml gar kep
offers onsidered0 must sell $4901 obo CalI
813-476-3825 CB 813-872-8536
LINCOLN 1993 Town Car TOYOTA 1997 Avalon XLS,
Signature Series 116K orig owner, well maint,
mi, AC, all power, Black gar kept, CD, AC, auto,
grey leather $1500. Call V6, alloy whIs, 168K mi
813-765-1646 $5,400 Obo 813-240-2746
LINCOLN 1996 Town Car Toyota 1997 Tercel, 103K,
Executive, Met Grn, full exc. condition, 2D,
pwr, 73K.mi, thr seats blackR/Spoiler
alum wees, $4500 alloy wheels. $2800.
obo. Cal 352-382-308 Call 813-240-3681.
LINCOLN 2002 LS, V8,
25,175 mi, white ivory, "
tan Ithr, 6-disc CD chgr,
all orig., garage kept, J sI O.A"1-"ed
fact bumper to. bumper andiready to buy
wrntil5 m81P.8 TOYOTA 1998 Corolla LE
$16,900 (727) Great MPG! Exc cond, no
LINCOLN 2003 TOWNCAR scratches! Immaculate,
Signature, 39K mi, 1 All pwr keyless, 82K mi,
owner, garage kept, non $6,400 727 415-8396
smoker, bumper to
bumper warr til[50K mi, Toyota 2001 Camry LE,
chrome pg, perfect, charcoal leather, 47K
$17,900. (727) 580-8498 mi, perfect. $10,500
LINCOLN 2004 Towncar 27-579-4546
Ultimate 18,200 miles,
full factory warr., moon- Toyota 2002 Camry LE,
roof, memory & heated Leather, l,4 cyal, pwr
seats premium stereo, options, Factory CD,
all o tions! New $47,600 auto, 72k hwy mi wife's
Sell $24500 813.220.5204 car! $12,500 813-240-0856
MAZDA 1991 Protege, Toyota 2003 MR2 S
4DRC auto, AM/FM cass. psier w/blk Ithr, ake
cord AC, good cond in &
out, runs great $1000 over lease. $381/mo. or
obo. 813-9070 $19,995/obo. Pregnant,
813-97-13 must go. 813-841-9181
MAZDA 1994 MIATA M
Edition, leather interior, TOYOTA 2005 CamryLE
adult owned, 70k pam- Fully loaded, Low Miles,
pered mi, all service Clean, formoreinforma-
ork up to date, many tion Thomas
extras 32MPG, $6495 813-323-3054
863-602-9606 VOLVO 1994940, Cold AC,
MERCEDES 1975 230, au- 163 mi leather Sedan,
to, gas, Blue,31K mi, all Auto., 4 WD, runs great
orig, $12,000 in recpts C y I. V IN #:
since '03 ice cold AC, YV1JS8707R0154540
exc cond, $3,500 firm. $3,100 Great Value
Call (863) 397-4250 (813) 857-1729
MERCEDES 2000 C230K, Volvo 1995 850 GLT wag-
cert pre-owned, 2.5 yrs on leather interior,
e Atw r roee$ !n dt on, le ather inerioor,
ext warr left xc in ou 77,500 mi, orig NS own-
50nK m Asin 5 er, dealer maintained.
Tony 813-546-894 $6500. 727-580-3441.
MercedesBenz 2001 S430
-Showroom cond, only VOLVO2001C70Convert-
79K mi, gold, fullyload- ible, White w/Tan Lthr
ed am lm/cd, phone. Int.37K mi Exc. Cond.
$31,500.813-36i-4367 Al Pwr, Alloy Wheels,
MERCEDES 2002 CLK320 $21,00 813-245-0382
Conv. Silver w/Grey VW2001 CabrioGLXload-
Leather, 62K Mi, 1 Own- ed, looks like new,
er, Warranty to 100K Mi, drives like new, 35 mpg,
$32,000+ Tax. $9850.813-782-2762
813-335-7164
MERCEDES-BENZ 2005 VW 2003 PASSAT Blue
C230 12,000 mi Red, 4- GLS Sedan 4D 18,000
dr Auto., $28,90 loa d- Miles Leather, Sun Roof
ed cell#239-304-6108 Alloy Wheels, $17,000
813-641-7168 Motivated 813-792-5646
Mercury 2002 GR -
Marquis, 31K miles, WE BUY CARS
leather, forest reen,
loaded mint $?1000 trucks & vans1994-1998
Call 813-681-6057. 863-838-2510
MINI COOPER 5 2003 dk $500 Police Impounds.
silver metallic, 21K, Hondas, Chevys,
Leather, loaded, Sports Toyotas, etc. from $500.
n Asking $23500. For listing 800-749-8167,
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I JLegals I I Legals I
temberl5,2005. mission on September 12,
2005.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on September 12, John L Dicks
2005. Mayor-Commissioner
John L Dicks ATTEST:
Mayor-Commissioner Virginia L. Helper
Virginia L Helper
ATTEST: City Clerk
Virginia L. Helper Approved as to form and
City Clerk correctness:
Approved as to form and Kenneth W.Buchman
correctness: City Attorney
Kenneth W. Buchman NO: 1589 9/15/2005
City Attorney RESOLUTION NO 218-2005
N0:1586 -9/15/2005 A RESOLUTION OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
RESOLUTIONNO211-2005 CITYOFPLANTCITY FLOR-
IDA, DECLARING ITS INTEN-
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING TION TO ADOPT A CAPITAL
NOTICE OF PROPOSED EN- IMPROVEMENTS BUDGET
ACTMENT OF AN ORDI- FOR THE ENSUING FISCAL
NANCE B Y HE CITY COM- YEAR AND FOR THE NEXT
MISSION OF THE CITY OF FIVE YEARS THEREAFTER
PLANT CITY, FLORID AAS AND ADVISING THE TIME
REQUIRED BE SECTION AND PLACE FOR A PUBLIC
16 .041, FLORIDA STAT- HEARING THEREON.
UTES, AND OTHER APPLI-
CABLE LAW. WHEREAS, the City Manag-
er had submitted to the
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE City Commission the Capi-
CITY COMMISSION OF THE tal Improvements Budget
CITYOF PLANTCITY, FLOR- for the ensuing fiscal year
IDA: and for the next five years
thereafter, now therefore
SECTION 1. The City Corn- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
mission of the City of Plant CITY COMMISSION OF THE
City, Florida, does hereby CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
give notice of the propose IDA:
enactment of a resolution
entitled:
SECTION 1. The City Com-
A RESOLUTION OF THE mission herebydeclaresits
CITY COMMISSION OF THE intention to enact the Capi-
CITY OF PLANT CITY FLOR- tal Improvements Budget
IDA. AMENDING THE COM for the ensuing fiscal year
MUNITY REDEVELOPMENT and for the next five years
PLAN FOR THECITY OF thereafter, copies of which
PLANTCITY-MAKINGFIND- are on file in the office of
INGS; PROVIDING FOR A the City CLerk for inspec-
REDEVELOPMENT PRO- tion byt he public, and that
JECT KNOWN AS THE 1914 a public hearing thereon
PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL will be held in the Sadye
COMMUNITY CENTER PRO- Gibbs Martin Auditorium of
JECT AND PROVIDING FOR the Nettle Berry Draughon
THE FUNDINGG OF SUCH Municipal Building, 302
PROJECT, AMENDING THE West Reynolds Street (City
SCHEDULE OF PLANNED Hall).Plant City, Florida, on
COMMUNITY REDEVELOP- September 26, 2005 at 7:30
MENT TRUST FUND M- P.M., or as soon thereafter
PROVEMENTS=EXTENDING as the matter may be
A TIME CERTAIN FORCOM- heard.
PLETING ALL REDEVELOP-
MENT FINANCED BY INCRE- SECTION 2. All persons are
MENT REVENUES, PROVID- advisedthat if a person de-
INGAN EFFECTIVE DATE. cides to appeal any deci-
sion made bythe Citv Comn-
The proposed enactment missionwithrespecttoany
of said resolution shall be matter considered at such
considered by the City meeting, he will need a re-
Commission at its meeting cord of the proceedings
in the Sadye Gibbs Martin and for such purpose ie
Auditiorium of the Nettie may need to ensure that a
Berry. Draughon Municipal verbatim record of the pro-
Builoing, 302 West Redn- ceedings is made, which
olds Street (City Hall), record includes the testi-
Plant City, Florida, on Sep- money and evidence upon
tember 26, 2005 at 7:30 which the appeal is to be
p.m. or as soon thereafter based.
as ihe matter may be
heard, at which time inter- SECTION 3 The City Clerk
ested parties and citizens shall cause this resolution
may appear and be heard to be published in The Cou-
with respect to the pro- rier, a local newspaper, is-
posed resolution, sue of September 1 2005
as public notice of sai
SECTION 2. All persons are hearing.
advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci- SECTION 4. In accordance
sionmade bythe City Corn- with the Americans with
mission with respectto any Disabilities Act, any person
matter considered at such with a disability requiring
meeting, he will need a re- reasonable accommoda-
cord of the proceedings, tion in order to participate
and for such purpose %e in this meeting should call
may need to ensure that a the City Clerk at
verbatim record ofthe pro- 813-659-4200 at least 48
ceedings is made, which hours prior to the public
record includes the testi- hearing.
money and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be Adopted by the City Com-
based. mission on September 12,
2005
SECTION 3. In accordance 2 0
with the Americans with John L. Dicks
Disabilities Act any person Mayor-Commissioner
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda- ATTEST'
tion in order to participate
in this meeting should call Virginia L. Helper
the City Clerk at CityClerk
813-659-4200 at least 48
hours prior to the public Approved as to form and
hearing, correctness:
SECTION 4 The proposed Kenneth W. Buchman
ordinance may be inspect- City Attorney
ed by the public at the of-
fice of the City Clerk at the NO: 1592 9/15/2005
Nettle Berry Draughon Mu-
nicipal Building, 302 West IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Reynolds Street Plant City, THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
FLorida. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
HILLSBOROUH COUNTY,
SECTION 5.This resolution FLORIDA
as notice of the proposed
enactment of said ordi- Case No: 05-11021
nance,shall bepublishedin Division: R
the Courier, issue of Sep-
tember 15,2005. DANIELLE HOWELL
Petitioner
Adopted by the City Corn- and


SLegals I 1 Introduction 140 Cemetery Lots
Legals1I1I Sw.


I Legals I
MATTHEW HOWELL
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: MATTHEW HOWELL,
3015 Ten Roc Mine Rd #4,
Lakeland, F 33805
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
DANIELLE HOWELL whose
address is 2501 Mudlake
Rd, on or before September
28 2005andfile theoriginal
with the clerk of this Court
at 302 Michigan Ave, Plant
City, Fl 33563 before ser-
vice on Petitioner or imme-
diately thereafter. If you
fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available at
the CLerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may re-
view these documents up-
on request.
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice.
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to the
address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking ol
pleadings.
Dated: August 29,2005
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Shirley Simpson
Deputy Clerk
N0:1427 9 1.S.H.22.2005
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given
that on Friday, September
30, 2005 at 12:00 Noon,
BREWINGTON'S TOWING
SERVICE, 302 E. Calhoun
Street, Plant City, FL 33566,
will conduct a sale for cas
to theiighest bidder.
Brewington's reserves the
right to bid, or will other-
wise dispose of the
following:
1988ToyotaPK
Vin# JT4RN50RXJ5119067
1991 Honda 4dr
Vin#JHMED354XMS014648
1994 Mitsubishi 4dr
Vin# 4A3AJ56G8RE112044
2000 Buick 4dr
Vin# 2G4WBS2K5Y1101174
1985 Toyota2dr
Vin# JT2RA65L9F4064655
1990 Chevrolet 2dr
Vin# 1G1JC14G1U297537
1983 Dodge Van
Vin# 2B6HB23TXDK379385
1994 Ford 2dr
Vin# 1FALP624XRH130433
1998 Dodget2dr -
Vin# 1B3ES42COWD518529
1992 MerCury 4dr
Vin#2MEPM36UONB630474
PC125890 09/15/05
NOTICE OF PUBUC SALE
Notice is hereby given that
on SEPTEMBER 16 2005 at
10:00am at Rentlok Self
Storage, 1205 S. Alexander
St., Plant City, FL will con-
duct a sale for cash to the
highest bidder, or other-
wise dispose of the con-
tents of rental units leased
to and believed to contain
the following:
Unit 8807
BILLY KEYS
Household/Lawn mower
Unit: 8319
SHERRY VANCE
Household/Tools
Water pump
These sales are being held
to satisfy a Landlord's Lien
PAMALAJ. DREWS
Manager
PC3400809/08/05,09/15/05
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PRACTICE CLOSING
NOTICE.
Paul T. Murphy, M.D.
608 N.Alexander Street
Plant City, Florida 33563
(813)754-2600
Dr. Paul T. Murphy will be
closing his orthopedic
practice on Nov 1,2005. Pa-
tents may obtain copies of
their medical records at Dr.
Murphy's office until Octo-
ber 31,2005. Sand Hill Bone
and Joint at 1601 W. Tim-
berlane Drive, Suite 500
Plant City, Florida, 33566
will assume thereafter
ownership and manage-
ment of records.
Phone (813)754-0817
Fax (813)707-1977. There
may be a reasonable copy-
ing fee for copying records
after November 1,2005.
N0:1444 9/8;15;22;29,2005
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that
on Tuesday, September 27,
2005 at 16:0am, MINI-
STORAGE OF PLANT CITY,
402 W. Ball St., Plant City
FL. will conduct a sale to
the highest bidder or other-
wise dispose of the con-
tents of rental units leased
to and believed to contain
the following:
#36- CARLOS MOTA
Household &Misc items
#48 LEE SUMRELL
Household & Misc items
This sale is being held to
satisfy a Landlord's Lien.
GARY NELSON
Owner/Manager
PC125852 9/15/06;9/22/05
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the other. 2nd & 3rd lev-
el above ground. In
Mausoleum unit B, sec 1,
tier 8, crypts B&C. Cost
at this time is $12,000.
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Valued at$3195 each.
$5390 both OBO.
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Niche located at Hillsboro
Memorial Inside Chapel
of Palm Mausoleum,
bronze urn & niche
plate. 813-571-2742.
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2 burial lots valued at
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1.5BA. $272K, Won't last
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813-610-1670
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ty, Inc. 813-833-6885
1102 Northwest I
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for $519,900. Call Melis-
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gage, 727-709-0073
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CUMBERLAND MANORS
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tile/woodfloors, $389K.
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813-323-8584
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den, bonus rm, pool,
spa. $789,900 (813)
210-3793 or
www.brewster-
drive.com
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103 aNew: Tampa
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Broker protected. Call
forappt 813-989-2212
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1041 Hillsborough
Apollo Beach Condo. Ibr.
Doa. comm dock.
investor friendly, pets
ok, great price at $M29K
Coldwel Banker
Dolphine RIty.
Ana Brandenburg
813-431-2428
Apollo Beach. Desirable
Covington Park. 1497s1.
3br2ba + den, hdawdtile
fenced corner lot.
$234 900. Ellen Gesell,
Eit Realty 813-649-9289
BRANDON- $210K.
2CG. 1650SF.Treesy,
non-deed restricted
neighborhood.
All About Realty
813-681-6600.
Plant City Open House
Sat 12-3. 507 N. Knight
St.4br, 3ba. ool,2600sf
historical, all remod! wd
firs, Must pre qual. $238K
Lse/op avail 813-486-2330
Riverview/Summerfield,
New 3br 2.5ba, 1774 sf,
corner lot, many up-
grades. $289,900. Ellen
Gesell, Realtor/ Owner,
Exit Realty 813-649-9289

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SEFFNER/PLANTCITY
Investor Perfect. Pre-
const. Pricing. Custom
Home/I acre lotin 4 new
Subdiv. N. of 14. Owner/
Developer. 813-417-9710
THONOTOSASSA ROAD
1 ac. country estates*
Available soon
Pre-construction prices
from the $500's. Call 24hr
info line, 813-598-HOME
VALRICO Brand new
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granite countertops,
new appls, priced to sell,
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$199,900 813-263-5909
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Saturday & Sunday, 1-3.
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All About Realty
813-681-6600.
11141Waterfront I
APOLLO BEACH-Bay ac-
cess, 3bd, 2ba, 2cg,
.46ac, caged pool dock,
cvrd boat lift, 2230tsf,
1500sfac, f/pic, up-
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778-7887 www.home
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ock, no bridges to Bay
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BELLEAIR BEACH intra-
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204-2255/(248)891-7470
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LAKE THONOTOSASSA
ESTATE, 12 acres of gat-
ed, gorgeous lakefront
heated pool, 8cg, 2 story
dock& lift.Only$1.9M
Open 9/17 12-2 11417
Knights Griffin Rd.
813-986-4664
Redington Beach
Intercostal Waters,
Beautiful view, building
lots w/dock. Must see!
$750Keach Domres. R.E.
813-672-0717
SAND KEY
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Principles only.
Call 727-447-0503
SOUTH TAMPA, Sunset
Park. Oversized lot with
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813-495-0077
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813-782-6128.
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CHA, H20 Heater. Move-
in Cond. Agents Welcome
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(813)7 15-0141or
(813)382-2143
ZEPHYRHILLS-By owner,
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family rm, scrnd lanai,
fncd backyard, all appli-
ances & window treat-
ment, partly furnished,
move-in rea y, asking
$167,900.813-71'5-0413
1116WIPolk
LAKELAND Easy Polk
Pkwy access toTamrna,
charming & historic 5br
3ba, 3136sf, hdwd
floors, new kitchen,
wood burnin% fireplace,
lovely neighborhood,
great schools. $335K.
863-688-0990
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Property, 4Br 1.5Ba,
Built in 1993, Address:
2123 Mershon St.
$90,000 Cash only No
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$779k 813-973-3539
11211 Condominiuml
Clearwater Luxurious 3Br
2Ba penthouse over-
looking the bay w/ bal-
cony &garage, hdwd
firs, fpl & great ameni-
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$430,000.813-765-2070
WESTSHORE CONDO -
VILLA SONOMA
lbr/lba. Top floor over-
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wood floors, W/D, al
new appliances, many
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kansas starting at $5K.
Tennessee starting at
$10K. Georgia starting
at Slow All Resorts, golf
course & lakes.
1-800-920-0340.
KENTUCKY Beautiful
wooded tracts! Incredi-
ble views, lakes, &
creeks. 2 acres $500
down, $154/mo. 5 acres -
$600 down, $215/mo. 10
acres $1,000 down
$325/mo. Selling Fast!
270-791-7725
www.YourLandK-
ing.com
KY 780 ACRES. Incredi-
ble views! $475,000 in
marketable timber
Creeks, lakes, water
electric, trophy deer &
turkey. Great invest-
ment. $2500 per acre.
May divide.
270-791-2538
LAKEFRONT COMMUNI-
TY New Release- Home
Sites from $39,900 and
SWaterfront sites from
$99,900. Great ameni-
ties! Call Clear Water
Marketing, (252)
633-2059, Ext. 417.
www.cwmktg.com
Mid. Tenn. Mts. 5+ Acres
Perfect Mountain Top
building site surround-
ed by Beautiful Wooded
Area w/Cool Mountain
Breezes, Magnificent
Sunsets and River Ac-
cess. $24,900 Owner Fi-
nancing 772-263-3776
MOUNTAIN LOG HOME IN
BLUE RIDGE GA. 2Br/2Ba
with unfinished base-
ment on 3ac. in Premier
Gated Community on
Toccoa River near new
golf course $275K obo.
call 706-273-6705
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!


MURPHY, NC. 2BR, 2BA
Chalets staffing at
$139900, also 2BR/2BA
Single level log sided
starting at $133,000.
Pre-Construction now
taking reservations.
Century 21 (Foxfire Re-
alty Group),
1-877-387-6677,
www.C21Foxfire.com
NC MOUNTAIN CABIN on
mountain top, view,
trees, 2 bedrooms, 1
bath, waterfall & large
public lake nearby
$175,000 owner
NC77.com 866-789-8535
NC MOUNTAIN CABIN on
mountain top, view,
trees, waterfall & large
public lake nearby 2
Bedroom; 1 bath.
$175,000 owner
(866)789-8535
www.NC77.com.
NC MOUNTAIN HOME-
SITES Spectacular new
riverfront community.
near Asheville. 1 + acre
homesites from the
$40s. Onsite community
amenities & nearby Na-
tional forest. Call Today:
(866)411-5263.
NC MOUNTAIN LAND: 2
Development Potential
Tracts, 31 Rolling Acres,
Paved Road Frontage,
Views, $529,900; 43.6
Wooded Acres, Long
Range Views $610.400.
Snerryal Exit Blue Ridge
Mm Realty.
1-800-533-3721
NC MOUNTAINS EAtaord,-
nary home sites from
60K in Gated, Lake re-
sort in Western NC. Only
2 Hours from Atlanta!
Pre construction pricing
in new Phase. Limited
availability. Toll Free
1-866-997-0700
www.RidgesLife.com
NC MOUNTAINS Log cab-
in $89,900.-New shell on
secluded 2.5 acre site.
Paved roads, cool
mountain temps. Acre-
age available. Excellent
Financing. Free Info
Available.
1-828-256-1004

N.C. MOUNTAINS
Log, .cin.$89.,900
New cabin shell on se-
cluded site. Cool sum-
mer temperatures!!
Paved access, mtn top
site. Acreage available
828-256-1004.
NEW FREE Mountain &
Lakes RE guide for West
No. Carolina @ any 7-
Eleven store, In Pasco,
Pinellas & H lsborough
or mtlakesreguide.com
NORTH CAROLINA MTNS
4 acres on mountain top
view trees, waterfall
and large public lake
nearby $49,500 owner
866-789-8535
NORTH CAROLINA WA-
TERFRONT $59 900.
Coming soon on a 2,500
acre lake. Boat, fish,
swim. Limited Availabil-
ity. Will sell fast! Call for
deta;is MeKeough Land
Company. 866-930-5263
North Georgia Mountains
5 acres on scenic river,
5000 sf cedar/stone
home, 3BR/3.5BA Ig
country kitchen, office,
gym, spa porches, deck,
+ security, private gate
+ 35kw generator -
$795,900. By Owner,
561-616-5889.
SOUTHERN VA $92,000
3BR home w/ picket
fence in small town.
United Country Daven-
ort Realty
1-888-333-3972 Many
photos Home #4100 at
www.davenport-real-
ty.com When You Get A
Hurricane We Get A Lit-
tle Rain.
STOCKS STILL LOW?
Invest in the booming At-
lanta mkt. Buy invest-
ment properties and sell
within 30 days for a
quick profit. $5K min inv.
25% return w/n 30 days.
Serious inquiries only
1-866-871-3226
TENNESSEE!! Monteagle-
Sewanee, Beautiful
Mountain Properties.
600+ Acres; Tracts, 5
Acres & up. 4 miles trom
1-24. Gated & secluded!
Gorgeous bluff & creek.
Wooded lots. George,
Timberwood Develop-
ment Co. 423-949-6887
www.timber-wood.com
TENNESSEE NEW LAKE-
SIDE COMMUNITY
Grand Opening Sept.
24th. Water view &
wooded homesites from
the $30s. Lake access
within community. Lim-
ited number private
boat slips. Call now
1-888-575-5263 x21
WATERFRONT HOME
SITES Irom $99.900.
Eastern North Carolina.
Call Clear Water Mar-
keting, (252)633-2059,
E x t 3 1 5 .
wwwjcwmktg.com.
WEST KENTUCKY 300
acres, beautiful rolling
hills, breathtaking
views, 2 lakes for fish-
ing, barns, timber, pas-
ture and farmground.
Excellent deer/turkey
hunting $595,000. Also
2,000 acre farm may di-
vide 270-556-35'6
When you search Classi-
fied its:
FINDERS...KEEPERS!


1143 Out Of State I
WEST KI. 300 acres uo
beautiful rolling hill
ground. Breathtaking
views. two lakes for
fishing numerous uild
ing si es. 3 Darns. nard.
wood timber, pasture 1.
farm qrouncdc deerI.
turtev nuntino. $595k
Also 2000 acrelarm lor
sale. May divide.
270-556-3576.
WESTERN NC MOUN-
TAINS Extraordinary
Home Sites in Gated Fall
Branch Estate & Wood-
ed Lots, Panoramic
Mountain Views, From
60K Current phase:
re-construction pric-
ing. 1-877-774-3437,
www.RidgesLife.com
150-170
Manufactured
Homes

Mobile Home
| ISales

14 & 16 Wides New 06's
Low as $24,900
Del-Set up-AC -Skirt
More Sq. F.et for the $5
Banks- 1863)68-.4635
Lakeland Near 14 & 96
14x54 1985 2BR, I'VBA,
$29,500. Good condition.
Must be moved.
Call 813-967-5767
Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
LKLD 2br/2ba MH in 55+
pk, Fl & screen room.
11,500K reduced $9,800
MUST SELL, PETS OK
863-682-1663
Plant City Ir. I ban Re-
tirement Park. Patio and
storage building, work
shop. $6000 OBO.
757-9640 Iv message.
PLANT CITY FSBO
2BR/2BA retirement
comm, Avail Dec 2005.
By appoint 813-707-9033
RUSKIN 1BR MH Steps to
Lake, Quite Clean, Re-
'tirement community,
$1.0,000 Call
212-759-1044 Days
212-799-5651 Lv Msg
S 1Mobile
165 Homes With
Property
TOWN N COUNTRY Lots in
TNC with. purchase of
modular home. Pay-
ments as low as $850
monthly with only $7000
down. 813-952-4565
ZEPHEYRHILLS 4.7 Acres
with purchase of modu-
lar home in Z-Hills. Only
15 mins to Tampa & 20
mins to Lakeland.
813-952-4565

ZEPHYRHILLS
1 Acre lots in Z-Hills.
Exclusive Builders
Special.
813-952-4565
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

S8A Executive I
I BOA. Suites

Westchase LEXINGTON
OFC SUITES Avbl, T-1
Internet, Conf. Rooms
Recp Svc 24/7 Bldg
Access. Phone & Vcml
CALL 813-749-1800
l180n OfcSpace
I.h5H ILease
Bell Shoals at Boyette
FishHawk area. General
office-medical offices.
New Building, From
1000-4000 SF.
813-985-7899; 731-8200
HILLSBOROUGH AVE-
WEST, 3 offices plus
waiting area and bath-
room, 900sf $650 plus
'deposit. Call
813-948-6045
PLANT CITY 1 room-move
your office from home
250. Prof Office Build-
ing. Donna Jean Realty.
813-752-4137
PLANT CITY 1000 sq ft of-
fice space available
Immediately. 4206 Na-
tional Guard Drive, For
More information Call
813-719-1203
PLANT CITY, Industrial
ark Office Space for-
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
including Conference
Room & Break Room.
Starting at $160. mo.
ContactMathew Homrner
813-865-1192. THE-
GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO
SRetail
180CI Space

Bell Shoals at Boyette,
Fishhawk area. New
retail center, Fastest
growing area. From
IOO0-5000 Sq Ft.
813-985-7899; 731-8200
Warehouse
180D Business
Park Space
PINELLAS
5000-30,000 SF office/
warehouse light indus-
trial in mid Iinellas, 49th
St and Ulmerton Rd ar-
ea. Call 727-504-4417


190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

10nB I Commercial
190I Sites Sale

Riverview 17 acres
20uu Iroint tfeet on
Hwy 301. $6/sr. Great
development location
Domres. R.E.
813-672-0717
Investment
190J Property
Sale
ATTENTION INVES-
TORS!!! Buying or Sell-
ing Port Charlotte
Homesites? Best Prices,
Best Locations. Exit I&E
Realty, Ask for Jack Betz
or John Royal at
1-888-402-6427
SEVEN OAKS: Invest in
comm'l RE, pre-constr.
prices from $674K on
3000sf ofc.bldgs near
20,000 new homes &
med. facilities. Robert
Campbell, Century 21
Prem Prop 863-370-8496
Retail
1 0nn stores&
0" 0 Strip Ctrs
Sale
LAKE CITY commercial
Building, Currently Deli,
Building........... $495,000
Bldg&Equip........... $65K
386-697-6859
200-249
[ Rentals


205 Apar nt
"" | Unfurnished

Avalon Village Apts
1st m only p199.
Move-imS Speals
Gated Community Pools
14350 N. 22nd Street
Call(813)971-7570
Brandon/Tampa near 301
& X-town. lux. 2br 2ba,
1200 sf, W&D hkups, lux
amenities pool $1050
mo. lexellhomes.com
Jay 813-727-6007
CARROLLWOOD Cheval
Luxury 2br 2ba Condo at
Calusa Trace Lake View,
w/pool, Fitness Center
& Tennis. $990/mo
1-866-306-7071

HYDEPARK
Horatio St. 1BR, BA
& patio apartments
starting at $650.
Contact (305)298-4243.
Hyde Pk/Soho/Bayshore
1920's charm, 2bd, Ilba,
w/office, porch yard,
hdvd firs,W&D, d/w, clg
fans, $945 mo water p
very nice! 813-831-4112
CENTRAL TAMPA
GREAT LOCATION !!
Brand New! Courtney
Palms ust under 1l000K
so ift, 1+1+DEN.
$850+Sec. Dep. Neg.
Heather 561-439-6168
1n Duplex/
207ITriplex

Plant City 3br, 2ba, top
floor, ceramic tile &
carpet, $775/mo. + dep.
813-764-8030
PLANT CITY recently re-
modeled 2br/lba du-
plex $585. First & Last
plus 1 year lease. NO
PETS available now.
813-7B4-1197
9 Houses
0"91 Furnished

PLANT CITY, McGee Rd
3BR/2BA. 6yrs old
Concrete Block Home
op 1 acre.
NO PETS
813-754-5303
1n I Houses
S"I Unfurnished

APOLLO BEACH, 4 br, 2
ba, 2 car gar, pool, scrd
lanai, near schools. 1.5
ml frm Beach.
$1400+1st/Ist & sec
219-218-4189
APOLLO BEACH new
2000sf, 4bd 2ba 2cg
gated cQmm, located
across from pool/play-
ground $1395/mo. Call
941-749-7005 773-5093
BRANDON Home 4br 3ba
2cg, 3200 sq f, $1850
mo. + dep. Near Cross-
town & 1-75. Pets ac-
cepted, fenced, great
patio, must see. Lawn
included/community
pool. 407-963-6707.
Central Tampa $1300,
Section 8 o.k. 5br 2ba,
beautiful, new paint
new carpet, tile. Must
see! 9403 North 13th St.
Tampa, 33612. Off Busch
Blvd- 813-957-1117
CORK AREA, Spotess 2BR
cottage w/utlllties
ncludd.suitable for 1
or 2 people. 875S/mo +
813-7S2-4253
FISHHAWK Ranch-Bridge
glade Lane, new 4bd,
2.5ba, 2200sf, all appll
nc, 2cg, lawn serve inC
comm pools. Avail. 9/1
$1700/mo 813-767-4673
WEED out your old lawn
mower with an ad in
class 460!


2101 Houses I
SUnfurnished
LUTZ-Almost new 3/2/1,
15134 Deer Meadow Dr.
all apple. (incl. W/D), on
cul-de-sac $1250 mo. +
sec. de. 813-679-4641.
ASK ABOUT DISCOUNT.
LUTZ/LOL (3) new homes
avail. 4br 4ba, 4200sf,
$3000/mo. 4br 21ba,
1750/mo. 4br 2ba
000sf, $1600/mo. Call
Tom today 813-909-8509
New Tampa 3br,2ba 2cg
w/opener gated, CHA,
1500sf, all appis, W/D
hkup, screened lanai,
sec system, conserva-
tion, cul de sac, lawn svc
incl, $1350/mo + sec.
813-263-5676
NICHOLS/Keysville Coun-
try Living at its best,
modern 3/2, ch/a, fans,
burglar bars, carpet,
scrn porch, on 1 ac
w/oaks, board fence,
citrus trees, private
driveway, utility build-
ing. NO PETS.$1200 mo
+ security, References
required. Tor appoint-
ment Call 10AM-7PM
ONLY 813-737-1760
NORTH TAMPA, 2br Iba,
Completely Remodeled,
Inside & Out, Fenced
Yard, Nice Neighbor-
hood. $875/mo 1st, Last
& Security 813-629-0071
NORTH TAMPA Newly
remoodeleA 4br Iba.
garage, CHA, WD hkup,
[g fenced yd, alarm. o
Pets. $990/mo + dep.
Sec80k.813-649-8483
PLANT CITY, 2/1, mint
cond carport, nice yard,
laundry rm2 $95.'mo +
aep.813-752 1957
Plant City Beautilul 3br.
21a, LR DR laundry rm.
great 1oc $1.075 + sec
941792-3270
PLANT CITY North, Coun-
try, 3BR/2BA Quiet &
Shady $1250. month
Pasture also available.
863-648-5779
POCONO Village in Lex
SOaks. Built'04. Available
now.Lg 4br3baw/2cg&
Hi Ceil. Tiled FR, Eat-In
Kit Laundry Rm.Sep DR
& LR. Master Bed/Ba
w/WIC, Lanai, Lg Yd.
$1650/mo 813- 973-4964
RUSKIN NEW nome on Sm
lake. 3br 2ba 3cg 2000sf
5 Min L Marinas& Coun
ty Parks, Incl HOA fees,
blinds & Appli $1,200/mo
Call 813-645-4354
South Tampa 3519 W Paul
Ave. 3br,2ba, 2 dining
rms, garage jacuzzitub,
fenced yd, storage shed,
CHA, $300/mo + 1st &
last mos & dep. (904)
669-9196
SPRINGHEAD AREA
3BR/lba fenced back
yard $90. mofirst& last
+ $250 deposit, avail
Sept 15813-752-7109
Town N Country 12 Oaks
3BR 2BA 1CG 1134sf,
large screened porch,
no pets.$ 995/mo.
1st & last + ep.
813-885-46p54
WESLEY CHAPEL New
TH 3/2.5, all appl's incl
W/D, 2 car gar, gated
communy w/porol
within 11/2 mi to 1-75.
$1500/mo. 720-220-5315
Wesley Chapel, 1-75 & 54.
Lexington Oaks, gated
comm. Maint free villa.
3br 2ba 2cg, golf, priv.
oolponde view. No pets
$1150.813-991-1509
WESLEY CHAPEL NEW 4
BR, 2BA 2 CG, 2000 sf.,
club house, appliances,
FREE cable & phone.
$ t500/mo.
813-956-9906
Wesley Chapel
Beau new Bridgewater
house, 4br, 3baq.2cg, on
water, new applLsm pet
ok. Bob: 813-468-515/or
727-857-0043
12121Condominluml

BAYSHORE BLVD
2bd,2ba condo
3325 Bayshore
remodeled* no pets
813-229-8046 btwn 9-6
BEACHWALK-2 bd, 2 ba,
certile,24hrgtd comm
H/keeping svs are incl. in
rent $1350/mo. Lori Craig
Pinnacle Executive Re-
alty, Inc. 813-966-8099
DOWNTOWN/One Laurel
Place Completely Reno-
vated 8th floor, 2/2 w/
private garage, views of
river anbd downtown.
$1400 mo. 813-334-5351
South Tampa, West PlaN,
Prime Location 2br lba.
Stainless Steel Appli,
Granite Ct Laminate
Floor, W/D $1000/mo +
SSec 813-389-3811
TEMPLE TERRACE 3/2
One story duplex in
Meadowwood, W/D
$1100/mo + deposit.
Available now. (813)
956-5775
Town N Country. 2br 2ba
Colony Bay, waterfrt
view, your own dock,
galed, pool. bay access,
1200sf, $1I50/ mo.
813-598-2454 486-8756
CORPORATE CONDO Ful
I Furnished 2Bdrms
Linens + electronics and
internet access. Close to
Dale Mabry and Line-
baugh. Please call
813-263-4011


1212A ITownhouse

Westchase
3br, 2.5ba, all uprades,
leg, exclusive, 850 sq ft,
includes W & D.
$1750/mo. 813-818-8500
S Mobile
215 Homes

DOVER 3br, 2ba, SW,
heat, air, Ig private lot.
$170 wk plus elec. Refs.
Call 8a-5p 813-789-8888
NEAR 1-4 & 301-1, 2 & 3
BR'S. $120-$140 weekly.
Some with utilities.
(813) 626-0820
PLANT City 2BR/2BA,
CH/A, Laundry on
premise. NO PETS,
813-752-7033
SOUTH TAMPA-beautiful
waterfront location
w/boat dock, over 55
ark, fully furn'd, 2bd,
1.5ba, on Tampa Bay.
$1000/mo incl: carport,
sec gate, c/house, pool,
hottub, trash removal &
lawn mowing. No pets.
Call Tom Merriweather
813-839-5441
1BrApts&1&2Bedrm
Mobile Homes
Plant City 813-752-5234
EXTRA CLEAN mobile ho-
me in an ADULT park, no
pets. 813-754-3792
Mobile
217 Homes in
Parks
Wgins at 1-4, very nnice,
an 2br, 2b, CHA, no
pets. Ref. S150/wk
S400/dep. 863-670-1924
250-299
Employment
Services

Preparation
285 For
Employment
Si Habla Espanol! High
School Drop-out? Pass
five short tests and re-
ceive your diploma at
home. East inexpen.
sive, international ac-
credited. Available in
Spanish 912-832-3834
I ion I Positions
290 I Wanted

DC lawn svc, lic & ins,
wkly & month, Also
Clean-u & hauling
813-763-5011
300-390
Employment

Professional
HR COORDINATOR,
Excellent benefits.
EEO/M/F. Fax resume
972-290-8836
1 n | Medical/ |
I Health Care

CNA'S
Loveable, Dependable,
caregivers, Autumn
Assist1ivin 1307 E.
Baker 813-752-1648
***PREGNANT*** CON-
SIDER ADOPTION Call
24/7 and receive pic-
tures, information of
loving couples waiting
to adopt. You choose
Your Baby's Family! Fi-
nancial Assistance
Available 1-866-236-
7638 (Lic#123021)
***PREGNANT*** CON-
SIDER ADOPTION Call
24/7 and receive pic-
tures, information of
loving couples waiting
to adopt. You choose
Your Baby's Family! Fi-
nancial Assistance
Available 1-866-236-
7638 (Lc#123021)
SURROGATE MOM Child-
less Couple needs
young, healthywoman
to carry their biological
baby. financial Assis-
tance Paid. Egg Donors
Also Needed
1-800-395-5449
www.adoption-surro-
gacy.com FL Bar

35I Child/Adult |
I |Care
PLANT City Area Pre
School Teachers needed
experience preferred
bu not requires. Will
Train 813-857-8457
I Restaurants
340 Hospitality/
Clubs
COUNTER help for Sand-
wich Shop In Plant City.
10:30AM-2PM, 6 days.
813-707-8606
KITCHEN HELP F/T. Apply
in person Chancy Cat-
fish Shack, N. Park Rd
813-754-0477
or 813-752-7224
SERVER- Full-Time. Apply
Snellgroves Rest
109 South Collins St
Admin/
350 General
Office
Booeeper
Full Charge-
-Monto ri-
-FullTime-
813-986-4560


Q I Salon/Spa
" Personnel

HAIRSTYLISTS, flex hrs,
guar. hourly/comm, ma-
ny bnfts.Haircrafters.
TT989.0186Brdn681.6400
1360 | Trades
BODY SHOP PERSON
Classic car shop seeking
exp. body person.
813-645-3875.
DRYWALL, exp'd Punch
Out persons needed,
own tools & transp. Also
Area Mgr, no exp nec.,
willing to learn fast-
pace dob! 813-598-7466
Electricians & Helpers for
Residential &
Commercial. Learn a
trade, willing to send
helpers to school. Call
M-F 8:30-lpm 752-8606
Equipment Operator for
golf course mainte-
nance. Salary based on
exp. Brandon Call Troy
813-654-2250 or fax re-
sume 813-685-0990
Finish Trim and Painters
LOTS OF WORK-TOP
PAY! Must have lic & in-
surance. CDCS ofc (813)
661-4495 Fax 661-4497
Forklift-Production
Assembly Welding
Mech Ship/Rec If you
have the exp., We have
the job for you! Dixie
Staffing 813-663-0394
MECHANIC Auto & Diesel
exp. welding & electri-
cal trouble shooting a
+ Salary based on exp
Need own tools. For
appt call 813-752-4471
PRESSMAN multi color
26" press, 4yrs min. exp.
863/533-4114 Lisa/Tom
SURVEY Crew Chief with
5 yrs experience and
Instrument Man. Valid
drivers license Excellent
benefits. Ap to AIM
Engineering urveying,
Inc. 1058 N. Broadway,
Bartow FL 33830 Call
1-800-646-8242 or e-mail
resume to
wcarter81aimengr.com
1370 Sales

AUTO SALES
SUsed Car dealer has a
part time sales pos.
Auto sales experience is
REQUIRED. Salary +
.comm. Good opportunity,
Bilingua helul.
O'CONNOR AUTOMOTIVE
Plant City. 813-650-0535
Designers
National Cabinet Mfg.
seeking motivated
people in Tampa Bay to
design and sell custom
closets & home offices.
Average producer $36K
Top producers $50K+.
Closets By Design
Call Ashley 727-596-7000
17 Driver/
375 Delivery

CLASS A DRIVERS Needed
Avg. $900 $1200/wk.
Route pay. In-state
routes avail. New
benefits' pkg. Family
coverage as Iow as $25
/wk. Stock purch. 401k.
Pd life insur. Signing
bonus. Apply in person
1702 Jim Johnson Rd.
Plant City. EEO/M/F



0/0 Solos, Teams
Graduate Students. Bo-
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ployer. (88)MORE PAY
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Driver
LOCAL DRIVERS
NEWPAYPACKAGE+
$1000
NewHireBonusfor
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contract CDL-A in 2 1/2
weeks! Tuition reim-
bursement for recent
graduates! Must be 21.
Drive CRST Van Expedit-
ed. (800)553-2778.
DRIVER/WAREHOUSE
City Electric Supply, Plant
City, 45 hrs + O/T. Work
Now! 813-754-1800
Get in tune w/Classifled's
selection of musical in-
struments in Class 420


3I Driverl I
" I Delivery

DRIVER Wrecker Cl A/B
w/CDL Lic Req. Great
ay awful hours. Brown
3V2Hrs 813-752-2727


DRIVERS
Are you getting top 10
ay? Leading home
ime? Van, Flatbed, or
Curtainside? Owner
Operators/Students wel-
come. Sign on bonus.
Class A req'd Roehl,
"THE TAKE HOME
MORE, BE HOME MORE
CARRIER."
Call 7 days/week.
$$$800-626-4915$$$
www.GoRoehl.com
DRIVERS CIA&B
Semi end dump.tractor
trailers, roll ofs John
@ 813-783-1688 eoe/dfwp
DRIVERS CLASS A CDL
2K.Exp. Start pay 32t
ub mile. 401k & ins.
Great miles & home time
Late model equipment
Rowland Transportation
1-800-338-1146
DRIVERS Company Driv-
ers Solos/Teams Class
A/CDL New Pay Pack-
age 3-1-05, Make up to
40 cents/mile & More.
Great Home Time! Also
Owner Operators Need-
ed! 1-877-882-6537 EOE
Oakley Transport, Inc
Drivers-FL we getyou Hm
Wkly. Grt benes & equip.
New pay scale. 2yrs OTR
& Hazmat 877-893-9645
DRIVERS LCT WANTS
YOU! Performance Bo-
nus paid quarterly. OTR
drivers solos or teams.
3 months experience &
CDL-A / HAZ required
Full benefits package.
2000-2005 Equipment-
Call 1-800- 362-0159, 24
hours. LCTransporta-
tion.com
Owner Operators:
TAKE THE FIRST STEP
TOWARD A BETTER
FUTURE!!
**LasePurcease Plan
Available**
Great pay
Guaranteed home time
SNo Lease-On Costs
SSpouse Rider Program
SPaid Orientation
2yrsOTR expreq.
Miller Transporers, Inc.
Call Brian Hall
at our Plant City, FL oc
1-866-581-8976
www.millert.com
S/E & 3-State Run: T/T
Drivers. HOME WEEK-
ENDS. Mileage Pay, Ben-
efits, 401K. Trainees
Welcome. Miami area-
exp. req. 21 min
age/Class-A CDL Cy-
press Truck Lines
,800)545-1351.
13801 General I
$$$$ Weekly ebay Resell-
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training, opportunity for
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CLEANERS, Construction
No exp necc/will train
$7. %r to start.
813-763-1929


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SEPTEMBER 15, 2005 THE COURIER 25


1380 | General I
COMPANY EXPANDING in
.:,ur area.i.1l381iWeetIy
uuaranteed Wor ifr,: rr,
rio.., N. N p5 erence.
1-866-402-5889
COURIER
Route stat drivers needed
for pharmacy.
813-621-9385
DryClean Pressers
experienced pays top $
40-50 hrs gauaranteed
call Jose 727-439-9904
Environmental Tech-
nician Collect & analyze
stack samples. Fax
resumes to Southemrn
Environmental Sciences
813 752-2475
ESTIMATOR, needed l.-.r
small demolition cc..
Multi skills involving
everyday operations of
demolition. References
required. Email resumes
to tearitdown-
jobs@aol.com.
FEDERAL POSTAL JOBS!
Earn $12-$48 per
hour/No Experience Full
Benefits/ Paid Training
1-866-297-7126 ext 24
Now Hiring!!
General Maintenance As-
sistant needed 'for
Christian Conference
Center. F/T, benefits,
813-685-4224
GOVERNMENT JOBS Earn
Up to $12 to $48/Hour
Full Medical/Dental
Benefits, Paid Training
Clerical, Administrative,
Homeland Security,
Wildlife. Law Enforce-
ment & More!
1-800 320-9353 Exi 2005
INTERNATIONAL PAPER-
hinng thm
RITA STAFFING
$10.90-$17.00
Production, Forklift &
Maintenance
813-754-5997
R&DDept
at tropical fish farm
Mon-Fri 8am-5-pm
813-986-4560
I Work At
383 Home
Work with eBay Online
$$$$ WEEKLY.Start Im-
mediately Use your
home computeror lap-
top. No experience nec-
essary. CallOnline Sup-
plier 1-800-940-4943 Ext.
1889
Employment
386 Requiring
Investment
EARN DEGREE online
from home. Medical,
Business, Paralegal,
Computers Job Place-
ment Assistance. Com-
puter & Financial aid if
qualify. 866) 858-2121
www.oninetidewater-
tech.com
391-399
Education

1396 1 Schools I
EARN YOUR HIGH
SCHOOL Diploma at
home in 6 months or
less. Work at your own
pace. Keep your present
job. First Coast Acade-
my. Call for free bro-
chure. 1-800-658-1180.
http://
fcahighschool.org
EARN DEGREE online
from home. *Medical,
*Business, *Paralegal,
*Computers. Job Place-
ment Assistance. Com-
puter & Financial aid if
qualify. (866)858-2121
www.onlmetidewater-
tech.com.
400-499
Merchandise

14001 Misc for Sale
#1 STEEL BUILDING FAC-
No Gimmicks, Pressure
or Leftovers/Canceled
Building Story"! Save
Huge on Any Size!!!
1-888-425-7755
AIR CONDITIONER -
cool/heat central (Still
in box) Never installed.
For mobile home or
house. $895. Call any-
time 24/7.813-643-9277
MEMORY FOAM All TEM-
PUR Orthopedic Memo-
ry Foam NASA Mattress-
es, warranty. Cost $1995
must sell, $399 Queen,
$499 King. All sizes &
sets available. Shipped
anywhere!! Best prices
Adjustable & Tempur-
Pedic Authorized Deal-
er. 813-493-1222,
727-733-9334, Toll Free
1-866-476-0289
www.mattressdr.com
Salon equipment-must
sell! 4 black & white wet
stations, 4 all purpose
black chairs 4 36" round
mirrors, 8 3x5 black floor
mats 2 black dryers
$3500 Takes All.
813-741-2887 9-6 R.view
I Misc.
400AI Wanted

Tryingto locate Publisher
of You Can't Cheat Here.
PLease response to 1307
E. Baker St Plant City, Fl
33563 752-1648


I4 I Misc.
400A Wanted

WANTED!
DTV/Dish Network
Will pay cash & pickup.
727-430-0906
CONCERT POSTERS
Wanted: 1950's 1960's
rock, blues, R&B, etc.
Top $$ pd! 310-346-1965

$$ PAID for all types of
JEWELRY&GOLD/Silver
Watches. DIAMONDS &
More! Call Gemologist
SAM 727/804-7463
PROPANE gas tank 120
gallon orlarger above
ground. 813-752-6655
1n0 Antiques
402 Collectibles

ANTIQUE DOLLS SEEKING
18TH EARLY 19TH CEN-
TURY OLD DOLLS.
STORED/ATTIC. CASH
PAID. (813) 361-9947
Gas Pump, 1923 $3500;
1939 Barber chair $300;
1938 wooden ice box
$600. All ingood cond.
813505-6846
Plantation desk frm Civil
War era $1250 obo.
Ringling Bros. costume
$750 obo. 1950 Mardi
Gras costume $350 obo.
Tin type photo album
$150 obo. 813-930-2688
Classic Wrought Iron
Table w/6 Chrs. Marble
top. Not made this
anymore. $2,000 obo.
Pix avail. 813-926-2707
| d i Hobby |
1404 | Supplies

CERAMIC KILN
large capacity, $800 obo.
813-695-0881

4i Jewelry I
PENDANT
WS DIAMOND SALE!
All E color
from .5 to 1 carat
813-323-4108 ask for June
ROLEX-Gents stainless
steel, black face Sub, 2-
year warranty, $3,800.
other models available.
813-814-7943
ROLEX
Ladies, stainless steel,
Oyster black face 2-
year warr. 813-814-7964
ROLEX Presidential Sap-
phire Crystal Watch sin-
gle quick set, 18carat di-
amond dial. Early '80's.
$6500 813-875-5562
14071 | Diamonds
3.07 CTW Semi Mtg, 1.71
ct Rnd Brilliant enter
stone set in 14ktrWG,
Appraisedl@ $15,000.
SACRIFICE for $8995obo
941-740-1304
Diamond Ring, round bril-
liant cut, 3 CTTW, 1.75 CL
center stone. Appr
$11,700, asking $8000
727-656-7790
GIA& EGL Cert Diamonds
Below Retail
www.glitzz.com
PENDANT
VSS DIAMOND SALE!
All E color.
From .5 to 1 carat
813-323-4108 ask for June

I0 Coins4-0Books
COINS, COLLECTIONS.
Buying all US Coins Any
foreign Gold/Silver,
Best $ for you coin or
collect. 813-323-1317
COINS WANTED
Corbins's Stamp & Coin.
Estimates / Appraisals.
9a-4p.M-S. 813-651-3266.
209N. Kings Ave. Brnd
Tampa Antiquarian
books & coll..6306 N.
Armenia, 813-871-3919.
M-Sat, 10-6. Half price
sale on all books.
WE BUY COINS!
Buying selling, trading!
Over 36yrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
pay top $$.813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
14101 Fumiture I
AREA RUGS-WHOLESALE
Shop at home svc, wide
selection, free $25 AMC
gift card, 813.505.3174
www.ArugDirect.com
BATHTUB REFINISHING...
Renew / Change Color.
Tub, Tile, Sink &Chip Re-
pair Commercial & Resi-
dential. 5 yrs. Warranty.
Quick Response, In-
sured. Serving Florida
Over 10 yrs. "Florida's
Tub Doctor"
1-888-686-9005
BED $100
A Absolute A Brand Name
Queen/Full orthopedic
pillow top mattress set.
New in pl astic w/ war-
ranty Can deliver .
813-363-0097
BED $180 KING
Orthopedic Pillow Top
Matt Set New in plastic
w/wty. Can Del 363-0097
MEMORY FOAM
10" Mattress Set $395.
Developed by NASA, As
seen on TV, 20 yrnon-
prorated warranty. New
in Plastic. Can deliver.
813-363-0097


14 10 Furniture 1410 | Furniture

BED $100 Entertainment Ctr
A Absolute all brand All wood. cherry or oaK.
fnamelull. quortnouedic Igrited w beveiedglEd.-a
pillowtop iet. New dours, accommdaltei
w/wrnty. Can deliver, up to 65" wide screen
813-870-0070 TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
BED $180 King USED, sell for$1650. Can
Orthopedic pillowtop set. deliver. 813-293-1743
New w/wrnty. Can del.
813-833-1145 i- FUTON $195
BEDROOM $765 Ot
New 9 pc, cherry sleih ak w/xtra thick matt
set w/,beautifuI New in boxes Can deliv-
carvings. Can deliver. er.813-363-0097
813-870-0070 FUTON
BED AND DESK Queen u on
country french sl Medium oak, honey fin-
bed 90 andharooid ish, 9 layer matt, new in
writing desk $650. Both box,cost$625,sell$285
hih Itualit ,like new. 813-293-1743
(813) 35-5515
D ROOM Set, Ethan AlLiving rm, dining rm, desk
len Twin Cannonball & hutch, broom set
beds, 2 Drser w/match eec fp atio set Musi
book cases.D. Pine sell. Cal for details
$700 for all 83-D286-046 813-964-9852
BEDROOM $585. *..........
Wood Headboard, Chest, LIVINGROOM SETS
Dresser Mirror, Night- WrhouseFu Must Sell!
stand. A l new in boxes. Wicker & RlUat, manyto
813-363-0097 choose. 813-76-150S
www.qualitywicker.com
BEDROOM 1-8pc ".. wie.c....om
King/Queen MATTRESS $110
All Cherry, med finis^-. AllA brand name, full or qn
drawers American illowtop MattressSet,
dovetail neverused still Rng $15 new inplas-t
in box.lan deliver cost i rty.an de liver.
$4,500 sell $1,575.. 813363-097 .
www.solidwood ""97
bedrooms.com MATTRESSDR.COM
S7 1 WholesaleShowroom
Ol-29'-7b'l~ 7924 W. Hillsb. Best
Bedroom & Dinin Room Pri ces.TEMPUR-PEDIC,
arMe nFoam Adhustables
Closeout Sale! Wicker. &Ai' 813.A9-9020
Patio furn accessories "
& gifts. Call Forever 'n'
Wicker 813-948-4802 MATTRESSES
BEDROOM SET 9 3 sets, double sided pil-
BEDROOM SET, ce. low top, with warranty.
eaucetiful. 4 oster Never used. Candeliver.
Beautiful. 4 poster, Kingsipt-$325
queen, Dark cherry. Q Kin set $275
$1800.813-949-3924 QFull set-$240
BEDROOM SET King, 813-293-7621
Mint Cond. All ncl: 813-2937621
Hdbrd/Ftbrd/Rails,
Mattr.Drssr/Mirr,2Nt 2 Ame n Fa
$700 obo 813-298-9159 mory rOI. m
Bedroom set, ueen10Mattress Wholesaler
Bedroom set, ueen, oearwarranty free de-
Armoires headboard, "ivery...........
light bridge, dresser. SCAN FURNITURE
Call 813-695-0888 Several pcs like new of
............ Scan Contemporary
Furniture from Inspira-
BEDROOM SETS tion Furniture. Sectional
Wrhouse FuMllustSell' sofa marble &glass cof-
wi|cker& 3dta t 2feetable 4 bookcases,
choose. 8.13-8. t156 e o'idesk w/fIe
www.qualitywicker.com drawer. 727-667-4300
............ SOFA 100% Italian
BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR Leather $585. Love
Ortho-PEDIC Nasa Seaat $485 Chair $385.
Memory Foam Mattress. 813-363-0097
As onTV 10 Yr WTY 1 -
cost $1699sell $399, Sofa/Love Seat. Broynill.
K cost$1899 sell $499 tapestry chr & ortoman
FREE Fla. Delivery w/ad! like new, pd $2700. sell
All Sizes Avail+ P. Tops $1200 obo. Qu wrought
AIR & ADJUSTABLE- iron hdbrd &frame
WHOLESALE Prices cherry $300.813-508-1465
SWEDISHBEDDING.COM
813-493-1222 SOFA & LOVESEAT- ALL
727-733-9334 LEATHER, BASSETT,
866-476-0289 ANYTIME! Never Used w/Warran-
ty. Worth $2900, Sell
BEDS-ADJUSTABLE, $1590.727-725-2708
memory foam, display O ..SAT h
models, twin $600 king SOFA & LOVESEA-
$1,100 obo. Call pillow nback sage ood
813-995-0449 conda.,great or college!
$475.813-968-5452
BUNK BED Captain after3:00p.m.
QbllOCS,ti Allde M


Wood, Can Deliver.
Brandon 813-685-4760
www.alontrading.com
BUNK BED, Rooms To Go.
Gautier "Loft Bed-.
w/trundle, matter. & at-
tached desk, lyo, maple
color, $650 813-930-8550
COFFEE/End Table, New
atHaverty'sl1yrago,
Amaretto Birch wood p
$1,550 Sell $999 obo also
8x10 Beige/blk wool rug
$499 obo. 813-966-223

i- DAYBED$275
All Complete with 2 matt
resses & trundle. All
new in boxes Can deliver.
813-363-0097

* DAY BED $275*
Complete with 2 twin
matts & pop-up trundle.
New, never used can
deliver. 813-926-8507
DINING Rm Tbl Ital Wal-
nut lac veneer Ped base
6 damask uphols chrs,
ltd china cab. Pd $2000
Sell$1200 813-633-6137
DINING ROOM, Lexington
French Provential, wlite
oak, oval table w/4 side
& 2 arm chairs, 2 leaves,
side board china cabi-
net $1500.813-837-1909.
DINING ROOM SET, 8chrs,
table, hutch $350. 6pc
bedrm set $250. Sofa &
love seat, $60. Queen
matt & box $100. Ent ctr
$100.813-961-8128
Dining set-Hendredon w/
4 chrs & 2 armchrs, 2 ex-
pansion leafs & pads. Ma-
hogany color. Pd $4000,
seg$800 813-866-7211

DINING SETS
Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Rattan & Wicker, Manyto
choose, 813-876-1566
www.qualywicker.com

Dresser-Antique, blonde.
Cherry dining rm tbl.
Natural wd dinette set
King size bedframe. Call
for info (352) 588-3555
Ent. Ctr, 5-pc cstm made
Oak, 137"L, lots of
storage & display. Exc
cond.- Cost $6200.
Sacrifice $1500 obo.
813-949-9586, 469-7200


UNCLAIMED
LAYAWAY
MATRESS SALE
Twin set no flip $100.
full set no fip 5149.
Qz set no flip $169.
Sofa & Loveseat, Over-
stuffed earthtones. Reg
price $995. Pay off bal-
ance $395. or assume
$20. payments
B&BOUTLET
115S.EVERSST
PLANT CITY 813-759-8864
MOVING SALE
By appointment onl!
Executive desk, sofa,
adj. bed, lady's bureau,
etc Valrico 813-684-9787
1416 J Appliances I
Appliances-Absolute
Lowest $ Guaranteed!
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50 up.
74 Broadway 626-7787
8307Armenia-. 933-8288
APPLIANCES EST 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
your dealer! 45yrs exp!
7604 Broadway626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
**APPLIANCES **
USED WITH WARRANTY
From$99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
9724242
COOLER, walk in 8x10,
built in storage shelves,
works exceilent.$450.
813-598-2493
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10014 30th St.
813-632-9620; 335-5788

VACUUM '04 Rainbow E
Series w/owr nozzle.
Like new! Divorce sale.
$750 OBO. 813-841-9598
WASHER & DRYER
Nice condition with war-
ranty $200. Can Deliver.
813-626-3754


416 | Appliances
Washer &t dryer
iWnrlpooli GE
retri erator w ice-mkr.
gq.d. cona $45i
813-503 6943
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
S171 Telephones/
1" | Pagers

Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voice mail.
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011
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 DialtoneConnect-
ing Customers Since
1999! Se Habla Espanol
NO PHONE SERVICE? Get
Reconnected Quickly!
Basic service
$24.95/Mo. Long dis-
tance plans available,
vice keep same num-
ber 1-888-467-8286 &
1-800-813-9235. Insta-
tone. Se Habla Espanol
$24.95/Mo basic ser-
vice.

14181 Conditioners

AC/EAT PUMP Systems
Clearance on all 10-12
seer split systems, new
in box with factory
warranty @ wholesale
prices, sample: Split
ton $726 3ton $825
4ton $1055,Free Delivery
352-302-2879
Summer End Special! A/C
new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty, All Homes Siz-
es: M.Homes, M 2-ton
$910, 2/ -ton $960, -3-
ton $1005.3Y2z -ton $1070
Prof. Install Lic RMOO-
31291 813/453-9033
Tired of the same "old"
thing? Sell your antiques
wit an adin class 402.
NEW ** S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We Do ItRightThe
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
3 Ton A/C Split System,
used 1 week, $500
813-935-3879
813-918-3638
I iMusical |
420 Instruments

BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
NEW-USED-VINTAGE
REPAIRS, LESSONS
BUY- SELL- TRADE
LEGENDS 813-348-0688
DRUMS Roland V,
w/high hat symbole &
snare. With Amplifier,
2 channel.$2000obo.
Call 813-903-8903.
PIANO 1923 HobartM. Ca-
ble Upright Excellent
condition w/bench.
$450 OBO, 813-956-6714
PIANO, Cherry wood
with bench good
condition, needs tuning.
You move. $600.
**813-728-6866**
PIANO RENTALS
WITH OPTION TO BUY
$25/mo Lowst rates in FL!
BECKER PIANO
813-837-3632
CLASSIFIED WORKS
PIANO SALE, New & Used
Most Popular Brands
Incl. CD Player Grands
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Best Prices & Value
Call 813-855-1227
pianosplanosinc.com
PIANO, upright console,
Samick, black gloss fin-
ish, with bench, excel-
lent condition, $1,000.
813-969-0599
PIANO, WalnutStory &
Clark console, uI pick up.
With Bench. Great condo.
$1250. Brandon area.
813-401-2110
VIOLINS $100 German
$150. Viola $150. Cellos
$319. Cases & Bows.
Mandolins $120. Guitars
$150. Trumpets Clarinets
& Flutes $f99. Rentals &
del avail repairs (813)
655-6554 721 -945-9427
Weber, Deering. Martin.
Gibson. new s vintage
i n s t r u m e n t .
wwwkenbailey
music.com. Plant City, FL
813-390-4796
1423 | Clothing I
Wedding Gown, Beautiul
must see! off shoulders,
beaded bottice, long
train, sz 10,$600.
813-657-7151

1424 Stereo
Did you suffer a Heart
Attack, Stroke, Clot, or
Heart Surgery while
taking VIOXX
CELEBREX, ORBEXTRA?
Your claim may be
worth $250,000+.
Call toll-free
1-877-833-0926
(24 hours)


I 24Radio, TV,&
424 Stereo

DIRECT 4 ROOM S,5E
TEMINSTALLED FREE.
ASk How to cet FREED
RECTV DVR.NFL Sunday
Ticket.Disable your ca-
ble today. Call for De-
tails1-800-230-2564
-www.satellite-connec-
tion.comv
SATELLITE T.V. What the
cable companies don't
want you to know. Find
out how you can save
money. Free equipment,
free installation. For
free info Call
1-888-425-9191
TV, 52" RCA, HD projec-
tion Silver w/ matching
Ent Center, Glass doors,
5 months $1,500 obo
813-545-7094 951-7864
TV, Big Screen, 52" RCA
Protection Screen,
Works Good. $400, Zhills
V 813-788-8188
TV, RCA 52". $450.
813-748-2134
813-254-5396
I WANT TO BUY
non-working Bi. Screen
Televisions. Please
Call 813-986-1229

1427 1 Electronics
AmpsDJ Equip, Speakers
Wireless Mics, Lighting,
Best Rental Selecion in
Bay Area. Ask about our
do it yourself DJ pkg.
Beamworks Inc. Rentals
& Sales. (813)855-0709
beamworksinc.com

I428 Medical
428 Equip.

aerobicisers
Power Chairs & Scooters
Beds. Lift Chairs & More!
You May Qualify at
NO COSTTO YOU!
813-269-8049
MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
lection that's just right!
MOBILITY SCOOTER Red
w/electric lift. Used 6
times w/all accessories.
$3000+ invested from
estate need to sell soon.
$2,500 (727) 409-5777
SCOOTER, ELECTRIC
GOLDEN EAGLE $400
obo.813-752-1686
WHEELCHAIR, Jet 3 Ultra,
motorized, new, blue,
$1500 or reasonable of-
fer 813-839-7044

I office Equip.
430 & 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
lty. At wholesale pric-
es!!EOF 813-877-9400
Business Phone Systems
/Voice Mail. Low prices.
New & used Installed w/
warr. Phone & computer
jacks. Fred 813-227-8599
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Insalled
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voicemail.
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
CLASSIFIED
WORKS!
Cubicles- Steel case,
Herman Miller, Allsteel
and much more. 70% Off
Retail. 6x6 From $399.
EOF 13-877-9400
Desks! Files! Chairs!
Largest quality selection
inTampa Bayarea!!
Unbeatable $$!E.O.F.
813-877-9317
Files* Files Files
Commercial Grade & Qlty
5 Drawer Lat. Files $200
4 prwr Vert. $49 like new
SEOF 813-877-9400
Used Desks from $50.00
New Desks from $249.00
All in stock. Hon Desks&
Chairs from 50-70% OFF.
635.9255 / 5414 N 56th ST
We Buy Office Furniture!!
Top Dollar Paid $$$
Economy Office Furniture
813-877-9317
4i Computers &
4 Equipment
AMD $99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting,.at $149. New
systems starting at
$299.1031W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
COMPUTER REPAIR $45
*Flat Fee Not per hour*
ISORM: Mon-Sat 10 to7.
14918 North Florida Ave
(813)264-0408
EARN DEGREE online
from home. Medical,
Business, Paralegal,
Computers Job Place-
ment Assistance. Com-
puter & Financial aid if
qualify. f866) 858-2121
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tech.com
Mac G5 1.6GHZ, 1.25G
ram, DVD burner, 80G
hard drive Apple 17"
Cinema flat screen
$1500.813-839-0217


432 Commercial
432 Equipment

Electro Freezer. Granita
mdlG 103F. 3D owliclee
machine. ec cond. Sell
$3000 frm.863-443 1772
(863) 453-3938
Spa Capsule
water massage machine
w/bill acceptor. $19,500
813-854-1795
1 I Restaurant/
434 Hotel Equip
BAKERY EQUIPMENT.
SCALOMATIC DOUGH
Divider & rounder, Mod-
el S300, $9500. Call
863-773-0998
COOLER Walk-in 8x10, Ice
Machine, Bread Oven,
Tbis/chrs/booths, oven
stove. 3 compartment
sink. info 863/860-4457
HOBART Mixers, Glass
Door Coolers Grills
Stoves, Pizza Ovens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
727-581-9293
Turn to Classified to:
BUY IT.
SELL IT.
FIND IT.

STACK CHAIRS 300
Walk-in cooler 7x7
like new
Call 727-581-9293
YOGURT MACHINE
TAYLOR Softserve yogurt
machine, water cooled,
model #754. $2500.
Great condition
813-404-0665

Store
435 Fixtures-
Equipment
Shelving, Showcases.
Clothes Racks.
Grid & Slat Wall.
Hardware & Glass, Much
More. 813-628-4332
440 J Builder's
44 Supplies
BAMBOO FLOORING
Natural & carbonized
$2.79 per square foot
Immediate pick up or
delivery. 813-494-6544
CABINETS Kraftmaid,
shipped direct to your
home, wholesale prices,
Lifetime warranty.
813-657-7778
Check out class 418
for cool deals on A/C's
Designer Laminated
Flooring. 2,640sf in all.
30% thicker $0.85
cents/sf. Will separate.
Call 813-879-8345
Entry Doors, fibrgis, cstm
made, new never used.
6/0x6/8. Cost $1600.
Sacrifice $1200 obo.
813-9499586.469-7200
FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @$2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-318-9056

FLOORING
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-318-9056
Granite Custom Counter-
tops: all sizes & colors.
High Quality, Great Ser-
vice, Low Prices.
727-741-5500
Want Ads
INTERIOR DOORS- NEW!
SOLID MAHOGANY!
Curved 4 Panels Raised.
$95.5 Panels $85,2 Pan-
els $75.813-404-8787
Kitchen cabinets, brand
new, custom made,
Honey Maple, cost
$8000, sell $4000. Bath
vanities, 1 sgle & 1 dble
sink, White $350. Or will
barter for carpentry
work. Call 813-926-9071
LUMBER LIQUIDATORS
HARDWOOD. FLOORING
from .99 CENTS SQ. FT.
Exotics, Oak Bamboo,
Prefinished & Unfin-
ished. Bellawood w/50
year refinish, lus A
Lot More! We Deliver
Anywhere S Florida Lo-
ca tons 1-800-FLOOR-
ING (356-6746)
METAL ROOFING: ALL
TYPES. Discount Pric-
ing! Buy Direct from
Manufacturer. Special-
izing in Commercial &
Residential Twenty (20)
colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Quick turn-
around. Save$$$. Call
Toll Free.
1-888-393-0335
1441Sheds &
Carport





24x24x9 9.500
24%30'9 11.800
Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs. 36" door
& 2- 78 garage doors nst
Other sizes avail
LIC. CBC1253330
813788-3501 713-2333
FRED'S SHEDS
Plant City& Apollo Beach
25 Sheds to Choose From
6x8 uptol 12x24in stock
La ver Aval.on _Request
nbeatabie Prs
Great Service
813-759-1250
FRED'S SHEDS


44I Sheds &
444 Carport

3-WEEK BUILDING SALE'
Last Chance'" 20,24
Now $2320. 25v 3r0 3490
30x40 $517'0 4065u0
$8380. 40x60 $10,700.
50x100 $15,244. Others.
Ends/accessories op-
tional. Pioneer
(800)668-5422
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Acces-
sories. Quick turn
around! Delivery Avail-
able Toll Free (888)
393-0335.
PORTABLE storage oldgs
built in your yard. 1xf2
$1981. 12l6 $2976. 16<24
$5526. Built to FL codes.
Call 813-380-4966
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; Buildings/
Sheds from $1,925. Al-
most Any Size Available
813-299-4790 681-5468
14451 Tools I
GENERATOR SILENT DIE-
SEL, 5500 Watts, .10HP
Industrial Quality,
sound proof enclosure
electric start. Cost
$3800, never used take
$1900. Email: usuallyho-
medays@hotmail.com. I
can forward pictures
and information. Toll-
Free Home/Cellular
877-525-8088
TOOLS & MISC. EQUIP-
MENT, Closing Con-
struction Company.
813-977-0066
4I A Machinery &
I" Heavy Equip.
CATERPILLAR 931B (D3)
crawler bulldozer with
front loader bucket new
paint, ready towork, on-
ly $13,500 obo. Call
813-996-3193 477-8252
How do you reach cus-
tomers in search of quali-
ty products &services?
Classified, of course!
FORKLIFT & SKID STEER
WANTED, any condition,
running or not Call for
cash offer 813-478-5270
or 813-757-9606 .
Forklift-Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc.,
Rentals New,Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St 813-623-5251
Forklift-Tamia Forklift
since 1974. Parts, SVc
Rentals, New:Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St 813-623-5251
Tractor- Kenworth C-12
Engine 425,year 2000,
A/C works. $24,000 or
can be negotiated.
Call 813-624-4141.

I-o+lts9 I
Goods
CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class D, Class G & Class G
requalification.
813-43-1370.245-2719
GUNS concealed permit.
Class $39. Full line of guns
& access. Hunting season
or layaway for Xmas.
813-210-GUNS (4867)
GUNS GLOCK Super Sale
Full, compact, sub comp
9, .40,357sig, $489.99 Sale
ends 9/207/5
813-210-GUNS (4867)
The KeyToSAVINGS Start
Here in Classified!
GUNS- Sig 220-45 acp
$575. 5 W 38 spl $1375.
Rem 870Fi5 $325. Rem
1137 12ga. $300. BIk. 308
scope. NIB w/case $900.
813-310 3551,966-3404
HUNT CLUB LEASE
MEMBERSHIP. S. GA on
6000 acres, $1050
includes guest.
813-781-0521 752-7311
PAINTBALLS
& SUPPLIES
Come see us @ BigTop
Flea Market BIdgB, Both
108, Sat & Sun, 9-4:30.
FoWler/175. 813-495-7165
www.eatonpaint.com
POOL TABLE $1250
4'x8' Pro Series, solid
wood, 1" slate, leather
pockets, K-66 rails Ball
and Claw feet, Worth 5K.
Lifetime warranty.
Professional installation
S$200.813-363-0097
Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slale. K66. 100% gum
rubber rails. diamond
sights. carved cabmet.
new in box. never used.
Cost $3200. sell $1250.
Can deliver.
813-293-7621
POOL TABLE. 9ft
professional table.
green felt. mahogany
finish, exc cond, $1250
obo, 813-546-2766.
POOLTABLE, Olhausen,8'
Oak, like new, incl. all
access. Exc cond. Cost
$6000. Sacrifice $1500.
813-949-9586,469-7200
I55i What's Free
DIRECT 4 ROOM SYS-
TEM Installed Free. Ask
how to get Free DirecTV
DVR. NFL Sunday Tick-
etDisableyourcableto-
day! Call for details. 1-
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hour service available'
Covers ..riilren. etc On-
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ernment fees- Call 1-
800-522-6000 ext. 70
(8m-7pm weekdays)
est 1977
FREE HOMEWORK HELP
for students in elemen-
tary grades through col-
lege all subjects.
Teachers are also need-
ed who are willing to
volunteer to help stu-
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456 I Health
456 | Products

LEVITRA VIAGRA Muscle
Relaxer!! Pain Reliel!!
Order Online: Pricebus-
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Soma, Tramadol, Can-
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S Licensed Physi-
cians/Pharmacist.
Overnight Shipping In-
cluding Saturday eliv-
ery
NEW MOTORIZED
WHEELCHAIRS "No
Cost" If Eligible. Scooter
Type! Hospital Beds /
annual Chairs. We Ac-
tept Medicare & Private
Insurance. Free Delivery
Helping Hands Medical
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Heart Surgery. while
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Your claim may be
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14651 Lawn & Grdn
BAHIA or Floratamrn Sod
delivered & set on site.
LarkinTurf
Dade City.
352 567-6989
A I Nurseries/ |
469 Trees

LIVE OAKS,
45 GAL, 4" CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50
15GAL, 2" CAL, 8'..$25
748-8641 Reg #47220672
LIVE OAKS
45 GAL, 4" CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50
15GAL,2" CAL,8'..$25
748-8641 Reg #47220672
TREE NURSERY 1 gallon
Live oaks,2-3 ft. tall, $1
ea, $200 minimum.
13,000 avail. #47231588
Lknd.(863)682-0115
14801 Dogs I
AKITA PUPS AKC
Beautiful, big boned,
champion sire & dam on
premises, OFA, $500 -
$700352-793-2665
or 352-250-1222

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14111 Super Savers
CALDRON Lg cast Iron
(3) cast iron pots $30.
752-0243

JACKETS, (5) means Sun-
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rug all for $30.
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AKITA PUPS, AKC, 2M Labrador Pup Choculate Sales, Etc. Livestock T I TravelTrirs CwoodRV/Boat storage. 18'SEA RAY 1996175 Bow 26' Searay Sundancer
2F POP, xl Red, x all AKC, health cert,POP. ADORABLE Blk Angus, blk/wht face& 16'1999Coleman Nevada Se /24hraccess Rider,lpriced to sell 2004,5.OL-30Merc,air,
Wi te & Pintos. Health $500 Visa/MC www.ly- D VA/ 4 Branguscows vded in Pop Up .Sleeps 6iroof br ight night l & $55003.0L,Alphalgalv camperpackage galley
certs., ready to go. $500 es raor scom AL separate herds. Also ar, awniand screen was area. rom 35 rir w/new ires he, PS, exene
and up. Call 813-997-3707; 779-2908 black Angus bulls (850) room, frig,2 gas stoves, 813-968-4991;, 505-2803 813-477-8347 warr. Loaded. Mint. 110
813-767-6751 LABS AKC Reg M/F e- l 510-4854(229)246-819 shower, toilet, tow South Ba RV & Boat 18.1' 1994 Reinell 181 $69ours eptobo bhi 9/18/0d
L ABS h eg.s yeda+ ztrake,4ycablelift.$5300. storage-&cureoutside $6XL5New7obo1bvL/,8V069
AustralianShepherd pup- low, lines, paper PLA NTRCITYChurchSontSg-TRAILER24 a 4W f5300ere ore, o Cal 727-643-3099.
ealthces.AussieBor- HC, ready 9/23. Ocala. theRockintonjunction ogditon 11300 1991COLEMAN Pop-Up, SouthB yStoraeO ater $6000 Cal 30' 2002 Dorado w/Volvo
der Collies, mixed, 813- $500 ea. 352-528-4155 A Selection of More Than withSomebody Cares 8 -1176' 1 CWilliamsburg, sleeps out a e.co77-2000 Greg 813-810-8491 Penta Diesel Loaded
626-0120/967-7154 LA P CC80UPIS PlantCity0invitesyouto2awilliamsburgs2e 73-,0(umve-1n89a1e lec.&
626-0120/967-7154 LHASO. APSO CKC 8 wks, 50 PUPPIES attend the CAREFEST 2 awnings, scrn rm,27 Fowler & 1-75 RV's/Boats 18.5' 2001 Flats Boat, 115 e rive-on Trailer.
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHARD M's$400, Females $450, BealeBichon Boxer KICKOFF. SATURDAY WANTED: GOATS, SHEEP w/o hwr hotwt r, Secure outside $50/mo. Johnson, Galv. trlr, $65K863-646-0800
Pups $300 up and dogs shots, he alth cert. Days Chihuaua, Dacshund SEPTEMBER 17 8AM- LAMAS & CAr LE A21. T3 overe mo k Many Eras, Exc. Ced'
$100 up. 2x's reg. 30-50 (863)419-1502 or Lab, Pomeranian, Poodle 2PM.Acommunitywide PRICES PAID. GOOD 23' 1983 REAL LITE Self HappTraveler RV Park Garage Kept, $12,500 301WELLCRAFT99Scarab
lbs. Hlth cert shots. Eves (863)512-0027 Pu9ShihTzuHusky yard sale with FREE.BBQ HOME. CALL CINDY contained. Very good 13-986-3094 3 813-677-1162 Sport CCTwin225Load-
813-264-1919 MALTESE cuties also Sily,WestieYorkie' innermusic and bike NOW813-649-1126 cond. New tires aint Swimming 19- 1998 Carolina Skiff, 407-620-9664
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD Yorkies.Pups avail. now plus many, many more rodacesarthe availablefor WANTED!! H $48rses 00 firm 813-728-0592 580 Pools & semi-v hull90HP
red merles black & betsat@lacun.om All Puppies Come With: s r Cotact the ponestack raers coeep x- HOTTUBFLOOR adio-electronics, 31' 1996FOUNTAINTOUR-
white, health certs, 941-322-9563 Cash *lYr Health Warranty c3h7o2e3740 Go ome. Ca eynsaid. 24'ceen 2000Jon on S ell- MOTELCLEARFL CEO Biminitop cover, drive NAMENT EDITION, 2003
7-890-Free Vet Visit 813o .CnMODELCLEARANCE trailer, like new, Yamaha 250HP DI mo-
NSDR30083-677-8903 Find it! Classified *FreeTrainingDVD Plant C Movi sale now:813-49-26 ,due to ness Must makeroomfornew $8350. 813-92-0569. tors warranted until
BEAGLE pups AKC quali- Put classified to work for .100% FinancmngAvail. 8-3Sat9717Furn,house- Miniature Donkeys, all 65, .87 models. HUGE SAVINGS. Email:PBaker3@tampa- '08, fo" colorchart, plot-
ty. vet checked health you! It's your number hold items linens much ages and one mule. 25'Coachman 1994, twin ON ALL SPAS! Old bay.rr.com forpictures ter & fishfinder, autopi-
certs, $250-$360. For one source of informa- Also, a Large Section of more Few'clothes 8 1 3 62 5 6 1 5 6 beds, loaded, elec. jack models MUST GO! Sa lot VHF, stereo T top,
more info call tion on a variety of ser- FreshwaterFish Reptiles 3014 Country Breeze Dr 813-920-5741. awning N/S, real Warehouse 1641 LanoO 19' 1998 Carolina Skiff, outriggers, fits r gallon
813-752-8172. vices: Painters, Finan- Small Animals Birds& "shape.$7000.Callforin- Lakes Blvd Lutz, FL, semi-vhull.90HP bait well, triaxle alum
cial professionals. AIIYourSupplNeeds PLANT CITY MOVING LIVESTOCKhauling,fenc- fo:Z'his813-788-7190 813-906-2000u Evanrude, 2 ivewells, trailer. Excellent cond.
BEAGLE PUPS AKC small Childcare providers and SALE! Furniture, ing, portableen.Land 2000 Pop up Coleman HOT TUB/SPA 5 person radio-electronics, $55,000 813-781-3995
ize tri-color, M & F, a host of other epers 754. Ta n.no ing1-/-3797 hoseoliem o other" Bimini top cover drive ..... .
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champion bloodlines, SCHNAUZER MINI, AKC Backberries, split bath with garden t pvrebrqn 17 5 AUASPO23.5 SEA-PRO 1997, 180
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GERMAN SHEP PUPpS uaranteenean2 y Marne Produ'cts'at Jumbo. Green Peanuts. new. Can emailphotos. $6500.3. 626-4580 -. wash own $8,000. Cal Cond. $18,000 obo. 1020 Engie,
Blk/8an, lgbone5M, 3F, puppy. 72786821 wholesale prices. .AI items shelled, $25K813-984-8090 34' 1993 Fleetwood 813-837-36i 813-598-2493 I Parts & Misc.
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SEE! $400.813-889-9503. Male & female, health Most items 14 per ELANDANm en e 1'w/washer, $6250, Stealth 0Ymh a 2452-Sleepy4tve smire KAOTIp 1 9"; Tire
GERMAN SHEPERDS (4 see Class 585 for a great order (813) 754-1500 or away.yhas good 6.5 KW. 813-3233211 GreatWhite TM 'Nicei cn ond Uou No trailer. used, BMW's & more!
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Takingmpeposits. Par- SHIH-TZU, AKCmWht .. l-5nmtonpick up on serious on Onlyy$650.. 2BR, large slide-out, 17'BASS BOAT 1995 Fish- 2412002hSEARAY240Sun T
ents onpremisis.$550 w/Brindle, 10 wk ol tP MisC Pets/ September 16th OR 727-8-6 CH/A, W/D lae bath, er SV17-GT150hp Trail- dancer 190 hrs.YHighN l
each. 863-646-2227 Female, shots, hllh cert J Services I7,h.8am-Spm. u loadd, $2,50 Db Trollingmoto, Ru ancer'stored.nc ExtendedHig& from A-Z. Guaranteed
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$8475 For m6o 13 2005s 6 self 8139722453 wel $3900 OBO Must warranty until Sept. of or mine. Call Rob
AC5manes,10-686-71 AQUARIUM, Moving Must 1505 Farm contained, full ktch & 42' Franklin Coach 2006, Sell!! (813)931-5020 06. All scheduled main- 813-610-1535
old, l esh ,10wkor s SHIH TZU pups M 9 F sell. 90 _al saltwater I I Supplies bath, $8500 obo. cust design 2LR.2bdrm 17' Glastron Fish N' Ski, tenance by dealer.
Beautiful! $300-$350. BLK/Brn/Whtavail9/11 w/vvd cab, hood, many 813-240-4415 2elecslide, Nselfcontrd &Pn Asking $37,500 Bay Area Motor Works,
813-653-1239.393-6147 8 wks old8 w/health cert- fish &all access. $756 SADDLE Tucker Gel Seat.. 33' 199 wI 0NN CHA W&D, LOADED!! 115 Evenrude. SSCron & Call813-760-0122 Engine rebuild & install,
HERD $350-$40. Come Now 8.3-4,1-.59-34, Brand New, Never Used generator, clean. 27,00. 813-737-6760 Trlr All need TLC. $50 24' Pontoon boa2004 Up to 3yr warrarn
GERMAN SHEPHR nfor early pick. All accessories & rack Aut/t Boat/ RV
AKC BigBonedPups 813-486-5179 Plant City Ga49 age,Yar, incl.Paidover $1000 Sell YourNewdhome 71 Int'l Bus/RV Runs ortrade. 813-300-4007 Smoker Craft w/trailer. 813-926-9994
Adults, family oriented. &DID FDO EXTEND THE I J Sales, Etc. $800813-677-7371 Paul 'under NADA book. Great, Dual A/C, Bath- 1iHYDRASPORTw19961CC Johnson 50hp mtr, Fish
$650 & up (941)809-6242 ,FAMILY?Place an ad in T lHorsesI&PDEnn s809-1 ro F esh& ratoI1 fihexcicond, no motor. Like CSO DAY
class 480 and unleash I L e teelcr0, nsby gender. $4750 813-629-2789 25' CROWFLNE 250CR Cars, Trucks & Vans
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&,all papers icludeda bldlines Brn/Wht, 6be- workshops, horseoarns Call 81707-1828u 81-872-8701/230-,454 Force runs 'great Great family/fish cruis- Class.54 isyourticketto
$600o o 813-433-8224 dent trained. $600. .. 20x20x9 $2,600 34' 1998 5th w Holi- Coleman 2001 Chyenepth fndr, god er. $22,355813-363-5344 Boating Aaventure!
813-741-3411 or items in home4Pcowick- o20x30x9 $4,200 d34'm9e981dwhelxosl- Coleman2001 ney ennefirshdepoath w/tragood
German Wirehaired 813-453-3190 er,en tablescoffee.ta-d 24x24x9 $4, ay lrde lux e-'u- Pop-up. Good. cond f $/tr0boat1 1ler
Pointer AKC pups be, sofa table couchn& *24x40x9 $,6020 Front storage. Near $ 8
health cert. Show, field SILKY TERRIERS AKC, Ioceseatw/alfrecliners Other Sizes Availa~le Ic,.all awnings, Near, & Fowler. Sleeps 8. 17' MTK 2005.Boston
or great conanons. taking deposits. M/F, 12 & MUCH LIC#CBC1253330 new;1 condo. Insurancet$4000.813-843-4815 Whaler 17.Montauk,.90
$600 (352)595-3124 wks chamLp sired, POP. 813-716-6181 813-713-2333-788-3501 valuation,$16 400.21st $ 000 o-u- WMerc 2 stroke, 1 iminau ,
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e lolenkin p32 warr 13-662-9195LM. 3 families, toys, newfur- $850.'3 yr old Bay Paso 35' 1997 Winnebago ..- screenedarm $750 /obo.
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home; 386-590-1371 cell Children clothing $1250.8 yr old Chestnut venturerFor d 2000 n Bownder. Alum trailer,
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sAre M 0 $00 Ma, Maltese Pups available Etc. RAIN orSHINE chtarstnedrosail.$n0 0 i004CLASS A George- board/outboard l35hp
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SEPTEMBER 15V 2005 THP COURIER 27,


6271 Utility
27 Trailers
26' 2002 Gooseneck Flat-
bed, 20,000 lbs. w/elec-
tric disc brakes. Hide
away ramps. $5900.
813-731-7500.
6x12x2 Never used- 15"
wheel w/gate $825.
Used 6x16x3 tandem
$800. Others avail.
13-237-0110
7x14' 2003 enclosed
utility trailer, dual
wheels w/brakes.
$3700
813-254-4154
Haulmark Edge Lowhau-
ler, Model LH7X14WT2.
Enclosed Trailer,
500 miles. Offering
$4500.813-431-9321.
SI Trucks- Light
629 Duty

CHEVY 1996 SILVERADO
62,000 mi Pickup,
Blue/Silver, Auto., 2 W,
Ext Cab, topper, leather
seats, bed liner, 8 Cyl.
$8,256, located at 1101
W. Waters in Tampa,
(813)234-2242
CHEVY 2000 Silverdo ext
cab stepside, bed cover.
loaded with- extras.
$13,900.813-752-9492
DODGE 1997 Ram CLub
Cab w/towing package
and equipment. $6,900.
813-752-8535
DODGE 2000 RAM 1500
SLT, Quad Cab, tow pkg,
leather, extra, extra
clean, all svc records,
$9500 (352) 521-0688
FORD 1975 F-100, 4X4 360
eng w/headers, Edle
Brock intake, Dana
trans, $3500 OBO
813-967-5127
FORD 1988 Ranger Ext
Cab, runs good, cold AC
topper, 5spd, 4cyl, great
gas mileage. $3000. Call
813-505-3091

Ford 2000 F150 XLT
all power, CD, tow pkg,
98 mi, $8,200. Call
813-920-2825'
FORD 2000 F150, show-
room cond, 60k mi, Lari-
at package. Garage
kept. Must see! $15,000.
863-655-4188
FORD. 2000 F150 XLT Ext
. Cab 5.4L V8 2WD 70,000
m, Excellent cond.
$800 (813)472-5456

FORD 2000 Ranger, ps pb,
CD pl.r bedainer, top-
per, mi, new tires
extra sharp! $6,700. Call
863-619-6675 or
407-702-8649
GMC 1988 SIERRA 1/2 ton
long bed, AC, auto, V8,
dependable. Needs
paint. $2000 obo.
813-382-9370
GMC 2003 Sierra 1500 5.3L
V8, SLE 37k mi. Extra
Clean! Alum. Tonneau,
Bed Rug $14,500 obo
Must see( 813-810-8491
NISSAN 2003 Frontier XE
Crew Cab, 37,000 miles,
5 speed, full bed show-
room condition, $13,500
727-399-8593
TOYOTA 2001 PRERUNW
NER 65,000 mi, Silver,
double cab Auto, 2 WD,
6 Cyl. $16,0 o Great Val-
ue UWS truck box, MT
Rims, BF GDrich All Ter-
rains 2.5 in. Lift Kit
813-657-4117
TOYOTA 2004 Tundra dbl
cab, SR5, 4x2, V8, 10K
mi, Silver Sky, tow pkg,
CD/stereo, bedlnr war-
ranty, x cond. $23,500
Chris 813-837-5570
S ITrucks -
630 Heavy Duty

CHEVY 1978 C20
4x4, 350 auto, reading
toolbox $1900.
813-977-0066
CHEVY 1985 Box Truck,
custom design, self
cont. gen., fridge, work
area. Many extras.
$5500 obo. 813-985-9907
Dodge 1996 Ram 3500
DRW, 99k mi, cold AC,
exc cond inside & out.
Cummings Turbo Diesel.
$10,899.941-266-1802
DODGE 2001 RAM V8 5.2L
1500 p.u. short club cab,
auto, brn/tan int, 64K,
bedliner & tonneau cvr.
$10K 813-968-6828
DODGE 2004 3500 Crew
cab Dually w/Cum-
mings engine, 82K mi.,
Excellent shape.
$26,250.813-849-8005

FORD 1977 F600
Dump & High lift,
Works great $2500.
813-977-0066
FORD 2003 F-150 4X4,
KING RANCH, all pwr,
Ithr, CD, Exc Cond
30,500 miles, 27,000
OBO. 813-453-7608
FREIGHTLINER 1996,
Cummins diesel, 6spd,
A/C, 26' dry box, goo
condition, $8500 Plant
City, 813478-5270
VOLVO 1998 SEMI-
TRACTOR for sale. -
$18 000obo
Please call 813-626-3905
Serious offers only
Advertise in Classified
ITS HERETODAY....
GONE TOMORROW!


I 14-Wheel
630B Drive

DODGE 1996 Laramie SLT
3500 diesel dually 4x4,
quad cab, 128K mi well
maint, lady owned, $12K
Lakeland (863) 581-5322
FORD 1971 Bronco
4x4, runs good, new
brakes, Aluminum whls
$2,500 Call 352-279-9289
FORD 1995 Bronco XLT
129K Mi, Great condition
new A/C & battery
$4,500 412-656-5760

FORD 2000 F-250, Lariat
SuperDuty Super cabC
4x4, Orig. Owner. 157K
Hwy mi Good Cond. New
A/C $13K 813-767-0203
1996 GMC Extended Cab
Pickup, 3/4 ton long
wheel base, 4x4,165,000
miles, well maintained
$6,006.00 352-588-3035
JEEP 2001 Wrangler 4x4, 5
spd, AC, CD, Radio, Soft
top, 5K Mi, Like New, Ga-
rage Kept, $10,500
813-996-4382
JEEP 2003 WRANGLER,
auto, 27K miles, never
off road, excellent con-
dition, 1 owner, $14,500
obo. 813-625-4100
16311 Vans |
CHEVY 1995 ASTROVAN
Clean, runs well
$2700 obo
813-545-6999

CHRYSLER 1997 TOWN N'
COUNTRY LXI minivan
119Kmi V63.8L, loaded,
tow package, good cond
$5,000 (727) 848-2790
CHRYSLER 1999 TOWN
N'COUNTRY LXI, bright
silver, leather, rear air,
original owner, 79K mi,
$7,200.813-759-8214
DODGE 2003 GR CARA-
VAN SPORT W/SCOOT-
ER LIFT 28000 mi, Ex-
client condition, Hand
controls, auto sliding
psg door Auto., 2 WD, 6
C. $16,000 (813)

FORD 1993 E150 Nice,
conversion, auto handi-
cap ift, TV-VCR, dual
AC, needs minor repair.
$8300obo 813-225-7247
FORD 1998 VAN OTHER
143,000 mi, White, ex-
tended van, Auto., 2WD,
6 Cyl. $5,000, Super Buy
(813)433-3011
FORD 2000 E150, 87K mi.
yellow, 6 cyl, cold AC,
rooks & runs great
$8700 obo. 813-477-2554

FORD 2000 WINDSTAR SE,
Ither, fully loaded luxu-
ry, power sliding drs,
exc. Must See cond.
$7950/obo 813-996-4572
GMC 1997 Safari SLE,
dark gray, light gray in-
terior, dual air,Michelin
tires, AM/FM cass, PL,
cruise, 132k road miles,
exc cond, Serviced regu-
larly. $4200 obo.
813-909-9194
727-647-3522
HONDA 1995 ODYSSEY, 7
passenger, new brakes,
tires, CV, belts, CD plyr,
light silver, very clean,
$5,800.813-277-4809
KIA 2002 SEDONA 65,000
mi White, Auto., 2 WD, 6
Cyl. $10,400, Must Sell
(813) 843-7813

NISSAN 2004, Quest 3.5S,
first owner, low miles,
jike new condition, load-
ed $19,995 Call
810-258-3017

S632 Sport Utility

BMW 2001 X5 4.4 V8,
white/tan, leather. Im-
maculate cond in/out.
Sacrifice at $27,500 obo.
813-505-5307.
CADILLAC 2003 Escalade
AWD, fact wnty sunrf,
bur/tan Ithr, loaded,
guard capts, chrme whis,
Onstar, 33K mi, SHARP!
$35,999 813-245-4660
Chevy 1999 Surburban LT,
Ithr, front & rear A/C, all
pwr, tow pkg, keyless,
CD 89K mi., exc. cond.
$11,500.813-269-8765
CHEVY 2000 Tahoe,
loaded, exc. cond. 91K
mi. will sell for payoff
$15K? 813-215-6536

CHEVY 2000 Tahoe LIMIT-
ED Black, 70k mi, new
Black 22in rims & tires,
10in subs cold air intake
& more. CLEAN. $16,500
Call (863) 661-4432
CHEVY 2002 TRAIL
BLAZER LS Blue, 50K mi,
Excellent. Condition.
$14,500
Call 813-951-1571
CHEVY 2003 Trailblazer
LT EXT White, 26K miles,
CD and more. Like New,
Great Condition.
$22,500.727-430-1741
Chrysler 2002 PT Cruiser
5-spd, 15K mi., great
cond., power win/brk,
garage kept. 1st offer
$10K. 813-690-9810
FORD 1997 Expedition
XLT, New Tires, Mint

$7,500.80-434-7039
Class 584 is your ticket to
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632 Vehicles

FORD 1998 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, Runs good,
great condition. AC, CD.
$7000 obo. 813-293-4921
/920-1779
FORD 1998 EXPLORER Ltd
Green/tan leather load-
ed nice pvt owner 99k
$5500 obo 813-334-5293
or 770-617-5063
FORD 2001 EXPLORER
XLT, V6, good MPG, orig
owner, Wht, Ithr,
loaded, exc cond $9000.
813-774-2222
Ford 2002 Eddie Bauer,
60K mi., leather, sun-
roof, 3rd seat all opts.,
ext warr., 1 owner.
$17,700.813-368-4593
FORD 2004 Expedition
Eddie Bauer, White, tan
Ithr, rear cpt chrs, nay,
5.4,13K mi,ext warranty
$26,995 813-220-4011
FORD 2004 Explorer XLT
9K mint Ithr, 3rd row,
dual air, loaded, Divorce
hardship, was $32K sell
$22K obo. 813-661-1510
FORD 2005 EXPLORER XLS
8600 mi, Red, cold AC
CD, exc cond. Must sell
due to illness. $17K.
727-418-2754
GMC 1997 SUBURBAN,
8cyl 4WD, 119K miles,
dual air all power,
leather, tow package,
$9,500 813-571-3043
GMC 1999 JIMMY SLT,
Whtw/Ithrintr,90K mi.,
all pwr options nay. sys.,
new tires. $6,500 oo.
813-657-6694 after 5pm
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HUMMER 2003 H2 Bur-
gundy, 65K mi, BIG FUN
with ots of extras, 3 roof
mounted chrome train
horns, Make This buggy
a BLAST $32,900.
I 727-744-8070W
ISUZU 1994 TROOPER
175,000 ml, Red, Auto., 4
WD, 6 Cyl. $3,250, Must
See (813) 661-5705

ISUZU 2001 Rodeo LS 42K
mi,. Auto, V6, White,
Grey Int. Like New Cond.
Family out rew, $9,500
OBO813-926-9493
ISUZU 2001 Rodeo, 36K,
Auto, All Pwr & Cruise,
CD, New Tires, $11.000
$1,500 under retail,
813-935-9560 961-3362
ISUZU 2002 AXIOM XS BIk
w/Gray Lthr Int. Fully
Loaded. 42K mi. New
Brakes, Warr'y. $11,950.
813-393-8344
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
kee Ltd, leather, sun-
roof 4x4, step-
bars/mask, Extra clean
$9800 813-505-1371
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
kee, Ithr, V8, snrf, load-
ed, trailer towpkg, exc
condition $8,950. Call
813-841-611S 645-7239
JEEP 2002 LIBERTY
33K miles, like new,
MUST SELL! $10,700 or
best offer.
813-633-6904
JEEP 2003 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, 4x4, Loaded,
28k miles, Perfect
Condition' $15,900.
813-948-6045
Check Out Cars/Trucks in
today Classified section!
JEEP 2004 Wrangler Saha-
ra 6000 mi., khaki, auto
AC, 4wd, 6 cyl; tinted
win, 7 spkr CD sound sys
& rear view mirror w/
temp & compass dis-
play. Exc. cond. Just in
time for awesome fall
weather. $20,499.
813-814-4005
JEEP 2005 Wrangler Sport
4x4, silver w/gray mInt.,
black soft top, alum.
wheels, AM/FM/CD.,
3 500 mi., $19,000.
813-961-31A8
LEXUS 2000 RX 300 White,
Non-Smoker. $16,499
OBO. Excellent
Condition. Call
813-857-2211.
Lincoln 2002 Navigator
beige, exc. cond., brand
new tires, 74K highway
miles. Asking $17,900
Call 813-817-2264.
MERCEDES 2002 ML320
42K. mi., fact wrrty
front/side ss bars all
Mercedes, great cond.,
$22,500 obo.
941-650-7580
MITSUBISHI 2001
MONTERO Sport 4WD,
Burg/Gold, auto, fully
loaded exc cond.
$9,000.813-598-2493
NISSAN 1996 Pathfinder
XE 4x4, less than 10K
mi/yr, A/T, V6, Garaged,
Meticulous servicing
original owner, MUST
SEE $6,700 813-961-8647
NISSAN 2003 Exterra 4x4
V6, 4 year extended
warranty. 42,400 miles,
Yellow, $15 800 obo.
863-858-2441/738-0647
TOYOTA 1997 Forerunner
SR5, Auto,CD, A/C,
Sunrf, Lthr lnt.Mint'
Condition.$6995
813-229-3513 748-4644
TOYOTA 2001 RUNNER,
excellent condition, sil-
ver/tan PW, PSPB
tinted windows, $15,000
813-251-5527


6 Scooters &
33Mopeds
Island Hopper Motorized
bicycle engine kit. Save
on gas! Motorize your
*bicycle 30mph,200MPG.
$375 727 821-2628
S635 I Motorcycles |

BMW 1997 F650
25K mi., $2400 obo.
813-831-6203

Buell 2002 Blast
less than 500 mi. Black,
Mint cond. $3000 obo.
813-434-6935
CMC 1998 STREET
BURNER, 88/S&S, low
miles just serviced,
$8,500 or best offer
813-215-9219

HARLEY 1949 PANHEAD,
Orig. eng. + cradle
frame. Custom-X Show
Bike. 2K on eng. rebuild.
$12,500.727-845-1341
Harley 19k92 Dna Glide.
Oneofakind aytona
anniversary bike. 8k mi.
#5.15/1500. Very clean
$9500 813-918-3029
HARLEY 1993 SOFTAL
low miles; lots of
chrome, runs good &
looks good $8500.
Lakeland 863-8638-6159
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1999
Super Glide FXD, wind-
shield, backrest lots of
extras 7700 mi, $10,500.
813-787-6747 952-4650
HARLEY 1999 SOFTTAIL
Std., 4800 mi,
w/chrome, S&S carb,
Screamin Eagle
Mufflers. Runs & looks
great. $10,000.
813-917-5341
Harley 2000 Dyna Glide,
low miles, like new, twin
cam -1456 cc, black on
black, exc cond. $11,000
352-650-0059
HARLEY Davidson 2002
Dyna Wide Glide, all
chrome, Billet head-
light custseat, 11K mi,
$14,800.813-671-9884
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2003
Sportster 883. 5K.
SBags, windshield,
stage 2, great condition.
Garage keptM $5,600
Call (813) 662-7572
HARLEY 2004 CVO Lmtd
Ed. Screamin Eagle
Deuce, yellow, 1206
ma6le 1sscc, 950 miles.
Serious ingq.27,900 obo
813-966-2238
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2005
Softail Deluxe-Black
Pearl smoked wind-
shield, stage 1 exhaust,
backseat/Backrest, mo-
tor guard. Must Sell!
$20,1000(863)859-5583
HONDA PACKAGE DEAL
1-2004 CR85 Expert,
2-2002 XR200s; 1-2002
6x12 enclosed trailer 3
sets riding gear. Hy-
draulic jack stand & oth-
er misc. Won't last @
$8,500. 813-477-9037
HONDA 1989 CR250 DIRT
BIKE. Too fast for me!
Runs great, looks good.
Newer tires. $1100 obo.
813-265-9603 774-2211
HONDA 1999 Shadow VLX
600, red & black, beauti-
ful condition, runs per-
fect, $3300 obo.
813-633-9566/340-1505
HONDA 1999 SHADOW
600 VLX, windshield,
saddle bags garaged,
adult owned, low mi, ex
excellent condition,
62MPG. $3495.
863-602-9606
HONDA 2000 Goldwing
Red GL 1500, 22K, new
brakes & tires, garage
kept. 12 disc CD, Poaded.
Great condition. $12,995
Call (813) 662-7572
HONDA 2002 VTX 1800,
1500 mi. garaged kept
$7000 firm. 727-856-4847

HONDA 2003 250 CC Re-
flex. Auto, like new;
829 miles, $3500 or best
offer 813-645-2619

HONDA 2005 Motorcross
110CC, mid size, very
fast, yellow, electric
start $500obo. Call
813-789-4948.
KAWASAKI 2004 Ninja
250, great starter bike
only 3000 miles, $2006
813-493-1266

SUZUKI 1993 RM 250,
very good condition,
$3500.813-837-5746
SUZUKI 2000 GSX Katana
.600,11k miles, excellent
cond, + helmet $3,800.
Call 813-727-1422
SUZUKI 2005 CO50
Black, extras, 1,500
miles, $6,500, garage
kept must self, moving,
813-584-3391
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 1999 Roadstar
1600cc, Excellent Condi-
tion Black w/New Tires
&Brakes! 1st$4500
takesit! 813-817z0272
Yamaha 2004 1100 V-Star
Classic Silverado edi-
tion loaded. Like new!
3 000 miles, $8750
813 727-4555


16351 Motorcycles I
YAMAHA 2004 V Star
Classic. 3 yr ext. wrnty,
lesslhan9K m. periect
cond. araged, Brooks-
ville$6350 256-750-2458
YAMAHA 2005 TT-
R125LE, low hours, ex-
cellent condition, must
sell, $2,195.
813-961-3432.
* VROD Anniversary Ad-
dition w/ 1100 Miles -
Eagle Pipes, Hard Sad-
dle Bags, Chrome Over
30K invested, must sell
20K (WIFE) 813-837-6688
I6361 Golf Carts I
GOLF CART 2002
Fully loaded, double
seat $2,200 or best offer
(727) 375-8624
Leave message
GOLF CART w/ auto char-
ger, windshield enclo-
sure headlights, exc
cond, $1875 obo
813-300-0114

GOLFCARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
16371ATVs I
ATV 2005, 110 cc shaft
drive 4 cycle, 3 speed +
reverse, electric start,
$1,099. 352-854-7279

BARACADE 2005 150cc, 4
stroke, 4 speed, W/re-
verse shaff drive 1 for
$1,150 or 2 for $2,200
813-996-0969
Bombardier 2002 Quest,
500cc, 4x4, winch incl.
must sell, decent cond.
$2600 obo. 813-814-1558

Polaris 2005 Sportsman
700, many xtras. Low hrs
$6,000.813-918-6290


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644 Antique
Vehicles
CAMARO 1969 Rally
Sport, built 350, '400
turbo, PW,, A/C, Exc
Cond, Serious Inquiries
, Only. 813-966-3855
CHEVY 1939 4DR Deluxe,
orig car, frame off
restoration mint cond.
over $40K invested,
$25K obo. Serious
buyers only. Also 1969
Chevelle 2DR orig car
42K actual mi, $8500
obo. 813-920-5063
CHEVY 1955 Pick Up Ex-
cellent condition, manu-
al, maroon color.
$8500
813565-6846
CHEVY 1962 Impala 2 dr
Sport Coupe 283, 4 SP
Hurst Sthifer, Rare
Bench Seat Set-up, Inte-
rior, Fully- restored.
Orig. Pnt, Chrm Exc.
Shape, Solid Lifters,
Comp Cam, New Tires,
Soli Eng. & Tran New
Guaes. $10000 Firm.
813-363-9083
CHEVY 1965 Pickup 350
automatic, short bed,
daily driver many new
pars. $3750 obo.
727-798-6579.
Chevy 1977 Monte Carlo,
garage kept last 10 yrs
white, swivel bucket
seats all extras all orig-
inal. $2500 813-962-1326
CHEVY 1978 CORVETTE
78k orig mi. 4 spd.
Needs Paint $790 obo
813-957-2021

CORVETTE 1980 auto,
great condition, low
miles, Black w/ Grey,
cold A/C. $8,995 obo.
813-505-5307


S Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
FORD 1931 COUPE, liber-
glass body, 1986 Suzuki
amari chasis, runs &
drives, new interior &
tinted glass $4000 obo.
813-363-3046
Manx Style Dune Bugey-
Fully restored
performance parts, VDO
gauges, carpet, blue
metallicpaint, more!
$19,995.352-472-4977.
Mercury 1966 Comet
Complete, 80% restored
needs finishing.
S2 5 0 0 / o b o .
13-448-4021
OLDS 1967 CUTLASS,
Factory A/C, 2 door
hardtop, very good
condition. $10,000.
813-673-8981
OLDSMOBILE 1971 442
Convertible. Red, 455 w/
325hp NOM, auto, buck-
ets/console, AC, orig.
wht int. & top. $21,900
obo. 813-961-9388
Pontiac 1983 Bonneville
4dr, 305-V8, 110k, all
orig, immac, $4000 obo.
813-920-8112
PORSCHE 1972 914 blk, 5
spd, convt, runs great,
30+ mpg, all records,
super fun. $5300. 813-
348-9193/347-229-6249
Rambler 1966, 2 dr auto,
driven reg. since new
looks & runs good, all
metal, great project car.
$3,250.813-986-6811
Ron's Auto Restoration
1929-2000, Full & Partial
Rust repair & complete
paint. 727-533-8970

WILLYS 1930 SIX 98-B, all
original, 4dr. black $27k
obo. MUST SELL
813-789-2184
SStation
i6481 Wagons

SUBARU 2003 OUTBACK
loaded, like new, 27K
mi., $18,500.
813-741-0521

I6 1AgI Automobiles
For Sale
ACURA 1988 Integra LS,
1.6DOHC, snrf, cold AC,
aluminum rims, 164K mi
good cond $2,300. Call
813-293-3393
ACURA 1999 TL Cham-
pagne/ tan Ithr. 85K mi.
mint cond. ext wrnty
100k mi. $9800
(813)684-4354
Audi 2004 A8, Fully load-
ed, all options, flawless,
low miles, white,
11,780k miles, $57,500.
813-230-084
BMW 1999 3 Series 323CI,
convertible, 2 door,
white w/tan leather in-
terior. 5 speed manual,
48k miles Exc cond.
Must see. $14995. Mon-
Fri call 813-685-9440, af-
ter hrs call 813-716-0556

Slnspected
ondlready to buy
BMW 2000 528i,
white/black leather,
73K mi., well main-
tained, super clean.
$16,000.813-469-2267
BUICK 1987 Century, 69K
Original Miles, 4 cyl, Au-
to, All Power Cold AC,
Exc. cond. $2,475 obo
727-521-9023
BUICK 1989 Regal, Sporty
2 dr coupe, with Low
29,000 Orig Miles Ga-
rage Kept, Exc. dond.
In/Out, Recent Service,
New Brakes & Alterna-
tor, Chrome Wire
Wheels, $3,500 offers
considered. 813-476-3825
BUICK 1998 Regal, 157K
mi, good condition runs
perfect, ice cold air.
.$3,400 080 (KBB is
160)813-454-5913
CADILLAC 1994 El Dorado
loaded sunroof, leath-
er extra clean car.
$5200obo Call
813-704-6381
Cadillac 1999 Seville STS,
excellent condition
bose stereo system, 6
CD changer, Ithr seats,
seat heater, pulse
wiper, programmable
options, 104K mL. $8,700.
Call 727-365-5700
Cadillac 2001 Seville SLS
blk w/ blk sunrf, Ithr,
pwr everything, custom
Cad. wheels, mint.
$13,877.813-743-4663
CHEVY 1978 Corvette
Coupe, 350/350, auto,
p/steering, asking
$10500 5 obo. Can
13-788-5481
CHEVY 1996 Camaro V6,
5spdd One Owner, 85K
mi, Redw/GreInt. New
Tire Battery, Ex. Cond.
$5300 813-748-0840
1996 Chevy Camiaro Po-
lice Impound! Only
$1,500 Must Sell Now!
For Listings Call
1-800-749-8116 Ext C476
CHEVY 1996 Camero Runs
Great, Red AM/FM/CD,
$1,200 obo
Cell813-731-4719
or 813-661-0491
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advertised in Classified
each and every day


I6n Automobiles
4 J For Sale

CHEVY 1997 CAVALIER
ice cold AC, lowmi,good
cond. $2500.
813-237-3600

CHEVY 2003 CORVETTE,
26K mi, 50th Anniversa-
ry Edition only 4,000
made. $40600o.
Tel (727)864-4605
or (941)704-9899
CHEVY CORVETTE 2004
Black & beautiful, low
miles, extras, warranty.
$37500M
obo, Cal 813-727-0367
CHEVY 2004 CORVETTE
4,000 mi, Black, Loaded,
Coupe, Auto.,' $38,500
(813)907-1544

CHEVY 2005 Cavalier, 2dr,
5sp, bik, tint AC am/fmr
CD 18Kmi, 33mpg!!
MustSelf$7499obo
813-368-5655/672-4422
CHRYSLER 2000 Sebring
LXI, 2 door, 43k mi,
leather seats, V6, excel-
lent cond, moon roof,
$7500.813-740-2313
Chrysler 2000 Sebring JX
Convertible- Hunter-grn,
A/C, AM/FM stereo
clean. Asking$7,995
OBO. Call 419-357-1172
CORVETTE 1989 convt. all
power air, good condi-
tion, $9000 obo.
013-417-4923
813-933-4923
CORVETTE 2002 Coupe,
like new, Magnetic Red,
auto, heads up display,
removable glass root,
23,600 mi. $31,900. Call
(863)984-1299
DODGE 2000 Neon Very
clean & immaculate
in/out, low mi, 4dr, auto,
red. Car in Tampa.
$4,995.518-369-9977
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FORD 1998 MUSTANG-
62,500 mi Green Coupe 5
Spd 2 WD V6 3.8 AC PS
PW PDL TILT WHEEL,
'SPOILER, NEW TIRES,
ALLOY WHEELS $5,006
813-855-5984
FORD 1999 MUSTANG, run
good, newer tires and
battery. $3,500 obo.
813-434-566
FORD 1999 TAURUS SEL,
green 6cyl, cold AC, exc
condition, all power,
spoiler sunroof $4,300.
813-653-1754/434-5689
FORD 2000 MUSTANG
74000 mi, White w/tan
int., Coupe Auto., 2 WD
6 Cgl. Good shape Cold
Air $5,495 (813)655-4797
FORD 2000 MUSTANG
Coupe, V6, auto, deluxe
pkg,green/tan interior
0k mi, $5000.
813-962-3956
FORD 2003 FOCUS ZX3
Prem pkg, ZTEC 4CYL,
Silv/Graph, 14Kmi3DR,
Auto, ABS' TRX/CNTL
SIDE AB, 3l MPG $8,90d
(813)494-6244
FORD 2003 Mustang GT
Sonic blue, 5sp 18" chrm
whis, beautiful show-
car! 25K mi. Garaged!
$17,000 813-857-6650
FORD 2004 Focus SE 4DR
white, CD, 31K mi. $8200
Call after 5pm
813-886-8167

FORD 2005 Saleen, like
new; only 1100 mi.
collectors ed. black,
8 cyl, 325hp, Saleen pkg.
$42,000 813-545-0725
1991 HONDA ACCORD Po-
lice Impound! Only
$950! Must Sell. For List-
ings 1-800-749-8116, Ext.
7169 .
HONDA 1991 ACURA NSX,
Black top, Silver body,
collectors item, dealer
maintained throughout,
immaculate condition.
$24K. 813-495-2701 or
13-495-2938
Honda 1992 Accord
wagon, AT, ori. owner,
813-655-5258 after 5pm
HONDA 1992 CIVIC LX,
runs & looks great, tint,
cruise, pw, auto, CD,
new AC & tires, 130k,
$2200. 813-991-9342
HONDA 1994 Accord Cou-
pe 2 dr, Auto New Eng,
w/receipt, 17" Rims,
MP3 player $3,500 obo
813-594-7087Walter
1995 HONDA CIVIC Only
$500 Police Impound.
For Listings call
1-800-749-8116 Ext 4880.
HONDA 1997 ACCORD
30MPG, orig owner,
leather alloys pristine
cond. Loaded. $3,000
stereo, met silver, 103K,
reg svc, engine purrs.
$6500.813-335-2159
ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
AND SEE YOUR VAN GO!


I64 I Automobiles
For Sale.

HONDA 1999 Accord LX
4dr, alarm sys, alloy
whis, new tires, prem.
sound 94K m., 1 owner.
$8560.813-220-2824
HONDA 2002 accord V6,
sunroof, 6'CD, silver,
lthr, 73,500 mi, exc cond,
orig owner $13,750/obo
813-477-8250
HONDA 2003 CIVIC EX 2dr,
5Sspd, sunrf, spoiler al-
loys, CD, full pwr, key-
less ent, alarm. $11,500
obo 941-224-5041
92 Honda Accord Police
Impound! Only $550. For
Listings Call
1-800-749-8116 Ext. 5932
Hyundai 1997 >Elantra
Wagon, 126 900 miles,
ice coldAC, $2600.
Has free roadside pkg.
Call 813 486-0053
HYUNDAI 2003 ELANTRA,
champagne, 21K mi, au-
to, all power, sunroof,
still under warranty,
$7,899obo$13-454-7433
INFINIT11998130T Gold
104K, Ithr, snrf, exc mech
cond, wd grain, Bose, new
tires, all opts, great in/
out $7200 352-567-3409
Infiniti 1999 130- Exc.
cond. Fully loaded, Ithr
seats, bose stereo, gold
color, new brake pads.
$7800. Absolute Top
Condition! 813-968-9476.
JAGUAR 1999 XJ8 sedan,
57K mi, Titanium over
Sable, excellent condi-
tion, $16,500. Call
813-785-1093
JAGUAR 2002 XK8 Convt,
red w/ tan int, 23K mi,
exc cond, garage kept.
all opt, chrome whis,
$38,500.813-846-9043
Jeep 1999 Wrangler, 117K
mi, great condo.
$9,000/OBO 545-9696

Snspected
^andliredyftobuy
LEXUS 1999 RX300 Sil-
ver, garage kept, exc
cond, maint records
avail 99K mi, $12,500
obo Serious calls only!
813 920-6227
LINCOLN 1991 Town Car
Signature, loaded, 56K
cold AC, Ithr, $2500
obo. (352) 588-4799

LINCOLN 1992 Towncar
Cartier Sig Series, with
120 000 miles, Power ev-
erything, Sunroof, Ga-
rage Kept Mint Leather
Interior, Body in
Exc. Cond. $3,500
offers considered.
813-476-3825
LINCOLN 1993 Town Car
Signature Series 116K
mi, AC, all power, bacK/
grey leather $1500. Call
813-764-1646
LINCOLN 1996 Town Car
Executive, Met Grn, full
pwr, 73K mi, Ithr seats
alum wheels $4500
obo. Call 352-382-3808
LINCOLN 2002 LS, V8,
25,175 mi, white ivory,
tan Ithr, 6-disc CD chgr,
all orig., garage kept,
fact bumper to bumper
warr. till 50K Amipertect
$16,900 (727) 580-8498
LINCOLN 2003 TOWNCAR
Signature, 39K mi, 1
owner, garage kept, non
smoker, bumper to
bumper Warr till50K mi,
chrome kg, perfect,
$17,900. (727) 580-8498
LINCOLN 2004 Towncar
Ultimate 18,200 miles,
full factory warr., moon-
roof, memory & heated
seats premium stereo
all options! New $47,600
Sell $24500 813.220.204
MAZDA 1991 Protege,
4DR, auto, AM/FM cass.
cold AC, good cond in &
out, runs great, $1000
obo.813-907-0139
MAZDA 1994 MIATA M
Edition, leather interior,
adult owned, 70k pam-
pered mi, all service
work up to date, many
extras 32MPG, $6495
863-602-9606
MERCEDES 1975 230, au-
to gas, Blue, 31K mi, all
orig, $12,000 in recpts
since '03, ice cold AC,
exc cond, $3,500 firm.
Call (863) 397-4250
MERCEDES 2000 C230K,
cert pre-owned, 2.5 yrs
ext warr left, exc in/out.
50K mi. Asking $18,750.
Tony 813-546-8984
Mercedes Benz 2001 S430
Showroom cond, only
79K mi, gold, fully load-
ed, am/rm/cd, phone.
$31,500.813-361-4367
MERCEDES 2002 CLK320
Cony. Silver w/Grey
Leather, 62K Mi, 1 Own-
er, Warranty to 100K Mi,
$32,000+ Tax.
813-335-7164
MERCEDES-BENZ 2005
C230 12,000 mi, Red 4-
dr Auto. $28,900, load-
ed ceIA239-304-6108
813-641-7168 Motivated
Mercury 2002 GR
Marquis, 31K miles,
leather, forest green,
loaded mint' $?11000
Call 613-681-6047.
MINI COOPER S 2003 dk
silver metallic, 21K,
Leather, loaded, Sports
kg.Asking 2338500.
81362-2 388/3-7815


I Automobiles
64" For Sale
Mitsubishi 2001 Spyder
GS Conv't, AT, Sliver
w/blk Ithr, new top,
excellent. 56K miles.
$11,600obo 727-641-6677

Nissan 1986 300ZX
good cond,5 speed.
$1800
813-294-8306
NISSAN 1998 Altima GXE,
cold AC, alum wheels,
power windows & locks,
ow mileage, asking
$5999 obo. 813-454-7141
NISSAN 1998 Sentra GXE,
Black Auto 4 door,
AM/FM/CD, Good Tires,
Ice Cold AC Good Miles
$3,600* 813-394-5070
NISSAN 1999 Altima GXE
clean, great cond. AC
PW, PL, PM, Tinted
Wind. Cruise Control,
CD/AM/FM 125k. Asking
$4995.813-926-6583
NISSAN 2000 Altima SE,
Beige, excellent condi-
tion, p/windows, CD
player, $7,000 obo Call
13-684-0435 205-9037
Nissan 2000 Maxima GLE,
Black/gray Leather,
Bose, 5K mi 1 owner,
araged. $11,500 obo.
13-685-3330
NISSAN 2004 350Z Tour-
ing Roadster Conv, fully
loaded, 19K mi, silver
/blue top, exc cond
$30,500 813-961-2864
NISSAN 2004 ALTIMA
13,500 mi, Black, Sedan,
4 Speed, 2 WD, 4 Cyl.
$18,900 Great Value!
(81) 943-2750
PONTIAC 1994 Trans AM,
30K mi on high perfor-
mance rebuild, very
fast, $13,000 invested,
$45600 obo 813-677-9884
Pontiac 1995 Firebird, V6,
auto, locking T-tops,
alloys, pwp, Looks&
runs great! $3495/obo
813-625-5833
PORSCHE 1973.5 911/930
Targa, 2.4 CIS $6,000,
8133890881

PORSCHE 1985.5 944 Red,
Good Mechanical
SCondition!
813.A97-9740
SATURN 1994 SL2, 4 cyl,
auto, cold AC, mint con-
dition, runs good $2,000
obo Call CB
813-842-2205
SATURN 2002 SL, 4dr,
5spd, cold AC, CD,
fn/am, 51K migar kept
must sell $4904 obo Call
CB 813-872-8536
TOYOTA 1997 Avalon XLS,
orig owner well maint,
gar kept, dD, AC, auto,
V6, allo whs, 168K mi
$5,400 o o 813-240-2746
Toyota 1997 Tercel, 103K,
exc. condition, 2D,
black, R/Spoiler,
alloy wheels. $2800.
Call 813-240-3681.



andbreadytobuy
TOYOTA 1998 Corolla LE
Great MPG! Exc cond, no
scratches! Immaculate,
All pwr, keyless, 82K ml,
$6,400 27 415-8396
Toyota 2001 Camry LE
charcoal, leather 47K
mi, perfect. $10,500S
727-579-4546

Toyota 2002 Camry LE,
Leather, 4 cyl, all pwr
options, Factory CD,
auto, 72K hwy mi wife's
car! $12,500 813-240-0856
Toyota 2003 MR2 Spydier
siver w/mblk thr, ae
over lease. $381/mo. or
$19,995/obo. Pregnant,
must go. 813-841-9181
TOYOTA 2005 Camry LE
Fully loaded, Low Miles,
Clean, for more informa-
tion Thomas
813-323-3054
VOLVO 1994940, Cold AC,
163 mi, leather, Sedan,
Auto., 4 WD, runs great
Cyl. VIN#:
YV1JS8707R0154540
$3,100 Great Value
(813)857-1729
Volvo 1995 850 GLT wag-
on leather interior,
77,500 mi, orig NS own-
er, dealer maintained.
$6500.727-580-3441.
VOLVO 2001 C70 Convert-
ible, White w/Tan Lthr
Int. 37K mi Exc. Cond.
All Pwr, Alloy Wheels,
$21,000 813-245-0382
VW2001 Cabrio GLX load-
ed, looks like new,
drives like new,35mpg,
$9850:813-782-2762

VW 2003 PASSAT Blue
GLS Sedan 4D 18,000
Miles Leather, Sun Roof,
Alloy Wheels, $17,000
813-792-5646

WE BUY CARS
trucks & vans 1994-1998
863-838-2510
$500 Police Impounds.
Hondas, Chevys,
Toyotas, etc. from $500
For listing 800-749-8167,
ext 4124.




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


ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doer. S. Dover Rd & Donning St.
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 E. Laura St,
'52-'389
Mount Olive: 1113 W. Madison St
Mount Olire: Horton Rd.' "3"-2628
APOSTOLIC
Asamblea .postolica:
1501 Colson Rd. '"3-3496
apostolicc Church
of esus Christ:
1212 W. Reynolds, 4"-5130
ASSEMBLY OF 0GD
Abundant life: Pinecrest Rd.
lithia. 685-2140
Bethban: 9804 Harnet Rd.
Thonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 C Pettle Rd,
.689-0343
Faith Temple: I-4 at Hillsborough-Polk
County line. '52-0532
Faith lighthouse.
3709 5R39 N. '52-1885
First Plant CitY:
Charlie Griffin Rd.
W of SR39S 52-3351
Fort Alafla: Corner of South Hui.. 39
& Suilles Rd, '3'"-656
Ke)srllle: SR 640. "3"'-803
Mount Zion:
1.-4 at thonotosassa Rd. '52-1614
Pleasant Grove:
lbrkey Creek Rd. "3'-3529
I itorr Worship Center.
County line Rd. "54-6089
Srdne': Srdner Rd. 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Doier Rd, 659-0532
tirkey Creek:
furkel Creek Rd. "54-53"2
BAPTIST
.4hara: Turkey Creek Rd.
N. of SR 60, 3-".3J39
.lafla Baptist:
222 .4afla Church Rd, 634-8815
Antioch: Horton Rd, "3"-3240
Berea: SR395. '3'"-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd. "52-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St. '54-2239
Beulah: .llen 6 Countr line Rd,
Wihia, '3"'-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd. '52-28"5
Burcbhwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 5"4, '52-3"82
Caliarv Free Will:
3539 frapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grore: E. Ke.st ille Rd, '3"-1234
Central of I ithia:
Pinecrest & Keysrille Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 C. Alsobrook, '52.3'40
Community Christian:
1310 A. Shannon Are, "54-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest.
'3'-4211
Dover Eastside: Countnside Baptist
Church. 2820 Gallagher. 5'1-8200
Dover first: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E.Calhoun St., "54-2681
Fast Trbhonolosassa: Mclntosh
6 Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-1346
faith temple Primitire:
808 W. Washington St. "54-6661
First Baptist Church of midway:
Midway Rd, '52- "209
First Baptist lithia:
Intersection of SR39 &
litbia-Pinecrest Rd. "'3"-1121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer, "'52- 104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
Mclnosh Rd. 986-4"56
Harmony Baptist Church:
' 6008 IW Knights Griffin Rd, 986-7165
F. Bopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053


Knights: Paul Buchman HI. "'52-49"2
lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd. "52-.2006
lone Oak: lone Oak Rd, "54-52"8
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren Johnson St. '"5-439"
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd. "3"-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball Sl, '54-3834
New Hope freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 i.dney Dorer Rd.. Dorer
VNei Ml. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd.. "52-3985
Northside:
I 00 N. Franklin St, "52-2?'"9
Oakwood: Airport Rd, "52-5499
Plant Ciit Primitive.
509 ,. Eers St. '"5-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd. '3'-.2556
Shilob Baptist Church.
905W Terrace Dr.. "54-"4-45
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road. 754-4879
St. luke Missionary:
108 Warnell S5, '54-4992
St. Mar's Freeu ill:
Hunter & Warren St. "54-6853
St. Man Missiona"r.
1801 Sk. 60E.. "-3-3668
St. Hanr's Community Church:
90" F. Laura St., 54-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd. 659-1502
Furket Creek Community
Baptist Church:
544" Turkey Creek Rd. 813-'3"- 1224
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, "52-'890
1 ictory Missionary: ffaki Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11308 Welcome
Church St. (813) "3"-2288
Westside: 2503 '. Granfteld .re,
'52-19 50
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whiteburst Rd. "54-5105
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little Inion:
15510 County Rd39. lithia, 634.-4"54
Salem Primitive:
14402 Salem Church Rd.. Sydney
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 ,. .4leanderSt,
"52.8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
,V. Wilder Rd; 938 PN. Wilder Rd,
'"52-2"I
Cork: Cork Road. "52-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St. "52-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd, "54-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Cnrist)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd. "52-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Chbristian:
Mlnlosbh Rd, N of SR 5"1
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn)
Calarn' Communit':
5209 Smith-Rrals Rd
Dorer: Dousing St. 659-.2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd, "52-4591
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, "'3-I1331
Thonotowsssa:
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway N.,
Seffner, 65'-'500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
'13 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:


Alten & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Career St.
'52-5061
HOLINESS
Delileranre Tabernacle-
808 W. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our lord:
"28 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. "54-3813
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Erangelists for Jesus tabernacle:
SR 5"4. E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible church :
1408 E. Tomlin SI, "54-1133
Deeper life Fellowship:
CovillaRd, WofSR39PN.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 ,V. Doter Rd. 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Are. "52-3315
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of esus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, "52-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope IC5S: 2001 Park Bivd,
'52.-622
lord of Life EIGI:
2104 Mud lake Rd. "52-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd. "52-'863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Cati-aro Chapel of Plant Cit':
2102 N. Park Rd. 892-0510
Destiny Church of Plant Ci.'
1112 N. Wheeler St.. 813-659-2181
Pull Gospel Fellowship:
W. Mclln .e.
Full Gospel tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, '54-3843
Greater lore Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St. "59-82"0
Impact Family Worship Center.
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School, 65"-.'914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. "64-0929
Fampa Bible Fellouship:
10201 E. Hilisborough Are. "54-26 1
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon SI, 659-2624
}ouman's Praise and Worship Center:
1.i. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian
Orthodox Church:
3820 Moores Lake Rd, Dover. 659-012
PENTECOSTAL
Christian life.4ssemblv:
3120 S. Miller Rd.. 65'-4802
Greater Heights Family
Worship Center:
3301 (lemons Rd. '"54-7088
livng Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St. "59-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mahoney 51, 757-6123
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dorkr: Moore's lake & Holiness
Church Rd, 659-.1301
Church of the living God:
1102 Tyler SI, '54-5840


CATHOLIC
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TUESDAYS,
October 4 through
November 8
at 7 p.m.


A Journey of
Faith for
inactive or
alienated
Catholics.


St. Clement
Catholic Church
' 1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City. FL 33563
For more information, call
752-8251





SHILOH
BAPTIST

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

PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
110 Chbarlie Griffin Rd, "59-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W. Remolds Sl, "52-4211
SANCTIFIED HOUNESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 5"1. Dorer, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant Cist: 2203 Strawuberr Dr.
752-4694

3 SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd, "54-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark Vnited Church:
2914 Liltia-Pinerrest Rd., Valrico.
685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd, -54-3233
Doter First: Moore's lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant Ctrv: 303 N. Erers St.
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry SI, 659-3'18
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr, 754-.2441
Springhead 2305 Sparkman Rd,
752.5"51


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Church Directory
Call Natasha Davis at

813-865-4439


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish

at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(OHf ot 574 Dover)
Sunday Masses
7am.10:30am & 12-15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(Off 1.4. Ex, 21 South)
1813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


Trinity United

Methodist Church
40-2 English St.. Plawi Oin'
Feel like your life
is out of alignment?
God made 3ou
to be a worshiper.
Sunday 10:30am
ilurtor .IEffage
for 9-18-05
*'Lessons from a
Murmuring Mob"
For more
information call
813-967-5046


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Evers Street
Downtown Plant City
ijoas t ron Cty Hall parlanrg lot
754-3519
WORSHIP HOURS
8 00 am Chapel Commuruon
ervice
9 00 am Contemporar, Worshup
In The Wesley Centre
10 00 m Sunday School
i'Clhdren Adultl
11 00 am Traditional Worshup In
The Sanctuarn
Youth Fellow shup
Sunday & Wednesday
|erungs
www.theloftonlrne org
Wednesday
Cluldren's Program
6:15-8:00 pm
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
www fumrcplantdty.org

St. Luke: 809 B. Laura Si, 757-6051
Thonotasa: Fort King Hn. at
Mistletoe Dr. 986.-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W. English St.,
'52.9316


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