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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE



PTHE COURIER


SEPTEMBER 29, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


in the
NEWS


GROWTH
The builders of Trap-
nell Ridge, a 200-unit
residential devel-
opment proposed
for the southeast
side of Plant City,
have agreed to pay
$500 per unit for the
right to develop the
property.
PACE 3


FREE ON(ERT
A free concert, "Jazz,
Jesus &Java!," kicks
off series at First
United Methodist
Church.
PAGE 4

LATIN LOVE


Cops Make Pot Bust


BIGGEST MARIJUANA BUST
IN 20 YEARS, SAY POLICE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Nearly $200,000 worth of marijuana was
seized by Plant City police officers last week
in a bust officials say is the biggest in 20
years.
The last arrest made by the department
involving a large stash of marijuana was
about 12 years ago when 40 to 50 pounds
was found in the trunk of a car after a traffic


stop, said Chief Bill McDaniel.
McDaniel, who has worked in the Plant
City Police Department for 20 years, could
not remember a bigger seizure of the drug in
Plant City.
The latest incident happened Sept. 22
when 121.7 pounds of marijuana was deliv-
ered to a home in the 1100 block of West
Alsobrook Street by a Plant City police offi-
cer posing as a parcel delivery man.
According to police, Nkosi Griffin, 32, of
960 26th Ave. S. in St. Petersburg, accepted
delivery of the package. Griffin's 76-year-
See DRUGS, Page 9


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Jesse Galindo, the Plant City Police evidence
'technician, is responsible for documenting and
storing the 121.7 pounds of marijuana, shown in
two boxes recently sent from Tucson, Ariz., to a
Plant City address via United Parcel Service.


Alicia Trigo,
president of Tampa
Hispanic Heritage,
talks up this year's
Hispanic Heritage
Celebration,
which just got
under way.
PAGE $

INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE 3
CLASSIFIED
PAGE 21
CROSSWORD
PAGE 20
FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8






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Oct.1

3RD ANNIVERSARY
FOR EVENT
By KEVIN BRADY
kbrady@mediageneral.com
Plant City's Bike Fest began
in 2003 and started with about
2,000 bikers and 5,000 specta-
tors. Today the event, staged
H the first Saturday of every
month from 5 to 9 p.m. in
downtown Plant City, will
typically draw more than
5,000 bikes and 10,000 specta-
tors.
Bike Fest's sponsor, the
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce, will mark the
third anniversary of the event
Oct. 1 from 5 to 11 p.m. In
addition to the bike show, the
event will feature a 50/50
drawing, vendors, live music
by the Lynyrd Skynyrd Trib-
ute Band, a "dice roll" game to
win a Harley-Davidson
.... motorcycle, biker games and
Jesse, the Human Bomb.
Marion Smith, president of
the Plant City chamber,
remembers when some
chamber members Jim Hall,
Jim Petrina and Dan Snyder -
first suggested the idea of a
bike festival in early 2003.
A fact-finding chamber
committee looked into the
idea and quickly endorsed the
concept. The chamber board
then approved it and the first
Bike Fest took place in Octo-
ber 2003.
"I knew it would be
successful," Smith said. "I just
didn't envision it would
become as successful as it
has. It has grown beyond my
expectations."
Smith attributes much of
that success to the atmos-
phere at the event.
"It really is a nice evening
for everyone," she said. "We
have a lot of vendors and
most of the merchants in the
downtown area stay open. It's
a real family event and people
can feel comfortable bringing
their children. It's also a good
people-watching event."
Carol Taylor, stylist at The
Artistry salon, 1505 S. Alex-
ander St., and a member of
the chamber's Bike Fest com-
mittee, has been riding
motorcycles for six years.
"My sister, Merry, got me
into it," said Taylor. "She just
called me one day she had
479327 been riding for about a year -
and said she wanted to go buy
a new bike. But to do that, I
had to buy her bike, and being
a good sister, I did just that."
Taylor said she was hooked
immediately.
"It's just that you are out on
that open road. It's just abso-
lutely freeing. I can't describe
it any other way. Here I am, an
old lady of 50, but I am so
excited about getting on a
bike. I love it." "
See BIKE, Page 15





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TODAY
Library Baby Time
Baby Time for ages
babies up to 14- months
and their caregiers is
offered Thursdays at 10:30
a.m. at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St.
Call: 757-9215.

Lions plan
membership drive
The Plant City Lions
Club will host a member-
ship drive Sept. 29 at
Sprmnghead Park, 2604 E.
Trapnell. The event starts
at 6-30 p.m. 1with a baibe-
cue dinner included. The
Lions work to raise money
for the visually impaired.
Call: 719-3793.


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VTW\ Post 4590. 3709
U.S. 92 E.. offers bingo
games Fridays and Mon-
days at 6:45 p.m. Al are
welcome.
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SATURDAY
Worldwide Day of Play
West Plant Ciry. Boys &
Girls Club Keystone Club
will sponsor a Worldwide
Day of Play Oct. 1 from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. at Snowden
Park across from the West
Plant City Boys &* Girls
Club, 901 S. Waller St.
There will be three-on-
three basketball contests,
relay races and games. The
club also will collect items
for Hurricane Katrina vic-
tims.
The basketball contest
fee is $10. For an applica-
tion call 707-8490 week-
days after 1 p.m. or
757 -9195.

Yard sale
The Plant Cirv Lancers
under 10 bo\, and under
10 girls soccer teams plan
See CALENDAR, Page 14



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TRAPNELL RIDGE

CHARGED $500 PER UNIT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The builders of Trapnell Ridge, a 200-
unit residential development proposed
for the southeast side of Plant City, have
agreed to pay $500 per unit for the right to
develop the property.
City officials said the added expense
for G2 Services for LawCevCo, the
property owners, will help pay for infra-
structure costs for the extension of water
lines into that area.
Mike Warren, a representative of the
developers, said the cost for being the
first developer in the area is the "luck of
the draw" and he expects other develop-
ments coming online in that area to face
their own costs. Two other developments,
Magnolia and Magnolia Preserve, which


PLANT CITY DIGEST

Chamber retains HarmonTampa
Public Relations
The Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce has retained HarmonTampa
Public Relations to spearhead media rela-
tions and publicity for the chamber's
community events and activities.
"Plant City is way more than just a dot
on the map," said Marion Smith, presi-
dent of chamber. "We have it all from
our monthly Bike Fests to the annual
Florida Strawberry Festival the thriving
businesses and great natural resources of
this area all reflect a truly wonderful, Flor-
ida lifestyle. Our goal now is to showcase
all that Plant City has to offer to everyone
across the state."
"Plant City has a lot of stories to tell and
they run deeper than just the many com-
munity events and cultural activities the
chamber sponsors," said Liz Harmon,
president of HarmonTampa. "The back-
bone to this community begins with the
businesses and individuals who are com-
mitted to building a solid foundation at
the city's core, those who support and
contribute to the success of these
events."
For more information, contact Marion
Smith at 754-3707, or log on to www.plan-
tcity.org.
HarmonTampa PR's other clients
include the Florida State Fair Authority
and the Florida State Fair, Feld Entertain-
ment's Disney on Ice and Ringling Bros.


will account for another 350 homesites
seeking approval from the city during the
next few months, will only add to the
city's infrastructure costs.
"We have been working with the city
on this project for about two years," War-
ren told city commissioners at their Sept.
26 meeting. "We feel fortunate to be com-
ing online before other developments
that might face tougher restrictions than
we are."
When Mayor John Dicks asked Warren
if he thought there was an inequity in the
city's system of restricting development
plans, Warren's answer was yes and no.
"The system is sometimes inequitable
in that the first developer is-not equally
responsible for impact of future costs for
infrastructure (such as roads, water and
school construction). But as long as you.
have traffic and utility studies in place,
you have protection and consideration
for all current and future development."
Rob Anders, the city planning and zon-


and Barnum & Bailey.

Lamb Breed Show applications available
Applications for the 2006 Lamb Breed
Show at the Florida Strawberry Festival
are now available and can be picked up at
the Florida Strawberry Festival office,
2202 W. Reynolds St.
Applications and rules will also be
available on the festival Web site,
www.flstrawberryfestival.com. -
Only bona fide FFA members or Youth
Agricultural Organization members 6
years or older as of March 2, 2006, living
in Hillsborough County will be eligible to
participate in the Lamb Breed Show.
Exhibitors will be allowed to enter and
show only one animal per class, with a
maMimumr of five head per exhibitor.
Entries for the show must be on official
entry form and received by midnight Oct.
21.
Send applications to Rhonda Burnette,
Lamb Committee, 7433 Quail Meadow
Road, Plant City, FL 33565
The 2006 Lamb Breed Show will take
place March 6,2006, at 7 p.m. in the Lamb
Tent. Some highlights of the show will be
the Lamb Jumping Contest and the Lamb
Costume Contest. For the Lamb Costume
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ing director, said the city spreads the cost
of development as evenly as it can.
Impact fees and other costs required
for all developments does not allow any
developer to escape some share of the
infrastructure costs for the development.
Commissioner Rick Lott, who is on a
state board looking at growth and devel-
opment the Florida Impact Fee Review
Task Force suggested that even with -
impact fees charged for development,
anything less than 100 percent of the real
impact will show the city Working at a
deficit.. Presently, even with many of the
development impact fees being recently
increased, the city is only at the 75 per-
cent rate for most tees.
"Ihati means that every time a unit
comes out of the ground the city is going
deeper into itk own pockets 1o foot the
bill," Lott said. "Many cities around the
state are finding that those costs will
eventually come back to bite them."


Any questions regarding the Lamb
Breed Show, contact chairwoman
Rhonda Burnette at 986-3429.
The 2006 Florida Strawberry Festival is
set for March 2-12

Local educator selected
for Leadership Institute
Mary Bendickson, Dean of Arts and
Sciences at Hillsborough Community
College, has been selected as one of only
24 community college leaders to attend
the Executive Leadership Institute. The
institute is sponsored by the League for
Innovation in cooperation with the Uni-
versity of Texas at Austin and the Ameri-
can Association of Community Colleges.
A national panel selected the 24 partic-
ipants from a pool of approximately 100
applicants holding senior-level positions
of leadership in community colleges.
The purpose of the institute, to be
staged in Tempe, Ariz., Dec. 4-9, is to pro-
vide an opportunity for potential com-
munity college presidents or those in
transition to review their abilities and
interests, to refine their skills and to par-
ticipate in discussions on leadership with
community college leaders in Noith
America.
The league hosts conferences and
institutes, develops Web resources, con-
ducfs research, produces publications,
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By KEVIN BRADY
kbrady@mediageneral.com
A free concert will kick off
the 2005-06 concert series at
First United Methodist
Church, 303 N. Evers St. "Jazz,
Jesus & Java!" is planned for
Oct. 2 at 7 p.m.
The concert series will run
the first Sunday of every
month at 7 p.m., October
through April, in the church's
Wesley Centre.
* All the proceeds from the
concerts will benefit two chil-
dren's mission outreach proj-
ects Tampa United
Methodist Centers and Good
Samaritan Mission.
The series is the brainchild
of Michele Pruyn, First United
Methodist's new music direc-
tor. She joined the 800-
member church in July.
"I am basically trying to
bridge the gap between the
community and the church
with this concert series by
bringing in some great jazz
music," said Pruyn.
First United Methodist's
Wesley Centre, which cur-
rently hosts the church's con-
temporary worship service
and can hold up to 400 people,
will stage the concerts.
"The center is perfect for
hosting events like this. It's a
little more casual atmos-
phere."
While she invites all age
groups to the event, the
concert series will likely attract
those 50 and older, Pruyn
said.
"It's bringing back that
whole USO-era music era."
"We hired Michele to
enhance our ministry in music
and one of the things we
wanted to do was use our new
facility for community events
so in this way this is fulfilling


Photo courtesy of First United Methodist Church
JoAnn Castle will perform Jan. 8,2006. as part of the 2005-06
Concert Series at First United Methodist Church.


our purpose," said Earl Smith,,
the pastor at First United
Methodist.
The church bought the
building that now houses the
Wesley Centre in 1999 for
about $900,000, said Smith.
"This year's series is very
secular-we want to get people
into the new building," Smith
said. "But next year it will be
more 50/50, with 50 percent of
the music gospel or conteih-
porary Christian."
Patron sponsorship is avail-
able for the entire season for a
tax-deductible donation of
$150, which includes guaran-
teed seating for each concert.


'Otherwise? tickets are $20 per
show.
The performers and concert
dates will be:
Nov. 6, "The Sounds of
Harry James and the Andrews
Sisters"
Dec. 4, "Tribute to Frank
Sinatra"
*Jan. 8, Jo Ann Castle
Feb. 5, John Davidson
March 5, The Pied Pipers
April 2, The Diamonds
To receive a brochure or to
purchase tickets, call Pruyn at
754-3519 or go online at
www.fumcplantcity.org for
more information.


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Couple Mark

60th Wedding

Anniversary
Gwendolyn and Robert Dwight
Aman celebrated their 60th wed-
ding anniversary Sept. 21.
The Amans were married Sept.
21, 1945, at the home of the
bride's parents in Plant City. Mrs.
Aman is the former Gwendolyn
Addie Dossey. The two were high
school sweethearts at Plant City
High School.
Following the wedding, Robert
served in the U.S. Navy aboard
the USS Floyd B. Parks. The
couple operated Bob Aman
Plumbing for 40 years in Bran-
don.
They're spending their retire-
ment years playing golf, garden-
ing, ballroom dancing and
enjoying time with family and
friends. The Amans are active
members of Holy Innocents'
Episcopal Church.
They celebrated their anniver-
sary with a family dinner at the
Columbia Restaurant with their
three children, Lynn Baggett and
her husband, Homer, of Orlando;
Debbie Nicholson and her
husband, Tom, of Valrico; and
David Aman of Plant City; six
grandchildren, Todd Baggett and
his wife, Mary; Kim Baggett Kali-
nowski and husband, David;
Jamie Jacobs and wife, Tammy;
Adrienne Jacobs, Camille Jacobs
and KirstenAman; and five great-
grandchildren; Tanner and
Sutton Baggett, Madison and
Mason Kalinowski and Owen
Jacobs.


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Gwendolyn and Robert Dwight
Aman now and then.


Hispanic Heritage


Celebration Under Way


EVENT IN 29TH YEAR
ByDEREKMAUL
Correspondent
Tampa Hispanic Heritage Inc. is pres-
enting a varied calendar of celebrations in
support of its mission to preserve and
promote Hispanic culture this fall.
From the Sept. 29 recognition of Judge
E.J. Salcines through the Nov. 20 "Conga
Caliente" at Al Lopez Park, Tampa resi-
dents are invited to more than 25 events.
Alicia Trigo, president of Tampa
Hispanic Heritage, is enthusiastic about
the progress the organization is making
toward its expressed goal of developing a
unified voice.
"We have this magnificent unity within
the Hispanic community," she said.
Almost 1,000 people are expected to
attend the Sept. 28 kickoff gala today at
Centro Asturiano. Trigo believes the 29th
annual Tampa Hispanic Heritage Celebra-
tion is an opportunity to build on what she
describes as "remarkable progress" within
the Hispanic community. "We want to
raise the bar in education, health, and a
better synchronized agenda," she said.
"Now we really need to show the quality
we bring to Tampa. Tampa is such a rich
and enchanting place."
"Tampa is unique," said Iris Gonzales,
president-elect of Tampa Hispanic Heri-
tage. "I can see just this year how much the'
community is growing and responding. I'd
like to expand partnerships through the
whole year.
"We (Tampa Hispanic Heritage) have
been honoring Hispanics for 25 years,"
Gonzalez said. "The kickoff was a great


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Hispanic Heritage.

success, and we are very excited about the
contributions of our man of the year Jose
Valiente, and woman of the year Adrienne
Garcia."
Both Trigo and Gonzalez are committed
to education. "We need to make sure our
youth maintain the integrity of the cul-
ture," Trigo said.
With eight weeks of festivities remain-
ing, there is still time to participate. "The
public is welcome," Gonzalez said. "Every-
See CELEBRATE, Page 15


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provides services, and leads
projects and initiatives with
member colleges.
HCC serves more than
45,000 students on campuses
in Brandon, Plant City, Ybor
City and on Dale Mabry High-
way in Tampa. HCC also
serves students at learning
centers on MacDill Air Force
Base and in Ruskin.

KCBS Judging School
Master Judge of OLN's All
Star BBQ Challenge Series Ed
Roith will teach 24 students
how to become Kansas City
Barbecue Society certified
barbecue judges Oct. 17 from
6 to 10 p.m. at the Plant City
Police Department, 2412 Wil-
liamette Drive.
Students will have an
opportunity to taste chicken,
ribs, pork and brisket while
learning the qualities a judge
would look for in. each. Cost:
$40 for society members and
$65 for nonmembers, and stu-
dents will be admitted on a
first-come first-serve basis.
Nonmember fees include a
one-year.-membership to the'
society.
Call: 754-3707.

UPS Store partners
with Food Bank
Plant City's UPS Store has
partnered with the United
Food Bank of Plant City to
help the needy.
"In the aftermath of Hurri-
cane Katrina, the United Food
Bank sent a lot supplies and
food to help the victims of the


storm," said Linda Lawson,
director of the Food Bank.
"Now we're working to replen-
ish our stock and prepare for
the holidays here in Plant
City."
In an effort to increase the
Food Bank's collection, The
UPS Store is offering $1 off
UPS shipping to anyone who
brings in nonperishable food
items or personal toiletry
items for the food bank.
Donations should be
brought to the store, 117 W.
Alexander St. The food bank
has requested items such as
soups, canned vegetables and
meats, pastas, rice, dried peas
and beans, diapers and toilet-
ries.
Also, through Sept. 30, the
store is offering free shipping
to anyone sending donations
or supplies to those in the
areas impacted by the recent
hurricanes.
For more information, con-
tact The UPS Store at 754-
5533 .

Carr appointed manager
First Vehicle Services, a pro-
vider of fleet management and
maintenance services, has
appointed Cecil C. Carr
general manager of its opera-
tions in Plant City.
Carr's experience along
with his background working
at several dealerships in Plant
City makes him "a key candi-
date in leading the operation's
continuing effort to improve
the efficiency and quality of
services rendered," the com-
pany said in a Sept. 26 release
announcing the appointment.
Carr takes operational and
See DIGEST, Page 9


COMMENTARY



Remembering An Affair, While I Still Can


By JERRY LOFSTROM
Have you ever walked into a room wonder-
ing why you came into the room in the first
place? Then you have to go back into the room
you came from just to remember why you left.
That started happening to me just about the
same time the AARP mailings infiltrated my
mail box.'
For some of us memory loss is a condition of
age, for others it's a matter of neglect.
The condition of my memory standing came
to light a few days ago when my wife was
lighting candles on my birthday cake when a
group of campers at Fort Wilderness formed a
circle and starting singing "Kumbaya."
Nowadays my memory is what tells me my
wife's birthday was yesterday.
Over time, I had come to take my memory
for granted. My memory was so loyal, so
accommodating, that I thought nothing of
letting other people borrow it. My children
used it constantly to remind them when their
Blockbuster movies were due or to locate their
library card.
My wife relied upon my memory to remem-
ber everything from where she left her car keys
to her brother Melvin's birthday, and whether
it was broccoli or brussels sprouts that gave
her hives. Even my sister begged my memory
now and then to retrieve events from her
childhood.
But of late my memory hasn't been my best
friend.
Recently, I drove halfway home from the
grocery store before my memory snippily
reminded me that I'd left the bag filled with
fresh pasta, cheeses and, oh yes, mocha-chip
ice cream sitting on the sun-baked curb.
Another time, it embarrassed me in front of my
14-year-old daughter by hiding my knowledge
of improper fractions.
Well-meaning friends with good intentions
have given me hints for better memory


retention, most of which I've since forgotten.
As I grew older I did what any spurned
partner would do: I strayed outside the
relationship in search of support. It began witt
an innocent flirtation with speed dialing. I
used it only for emergencies, but our effortless
connection made me realize how much was
missing with -my own memory.
So when a buffed Treo 650 decked out with.
Palm Pilot came my way, wearing black leather:
.and winking provocatively, I couldn't keep my
hands off her buttons. We engaged in a little
PDA when I stopped at red lights. We shared
intimacies in restaurants, parks, little side
streets whose names I've forgotten. She was so
much more responsive than my own memory,
I almost considered running off with her. But
then I realized the limitations of my new
beloved: 32 megabytes, to be exact. Plus, her
battery ran out at the most inconvenient
moments.
So I renewed my commitment to my
memory, I vowed not to'neglect her.anymore.
We enrolled in an exercise program together
doing some heavy lifting with my high school
yearbook.
But all was for not, she left packing her
suitcase with half my vocabulary, most of my
knowledge of U.S. history, my locker combina-
tion at the gym and snatched my lawyer's
name from the tip of my tongue before she
slammed the door.
The intiinate relationship seems to be over
and for me "getting lucky" now means I can
find my car in the mall parking lot.
My wife says that the advantage of one's
forgetfulness is that you'll enjoy several times
over the same good things for the first time.
Who me? I asked.

Jerry Lofstrom, who is a resident of Plant
City, can be reached at jdlmcl@aol.com.


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FAMILY Y


LIVING


BETTY'S PLACE


ENGAGED


October Means Food And Fun In Plant City


Rotary clubs team
up to help others
I caught up with Tim
Martin, president of the
Morning Rotary Club, on the
day England's Antiques cut
the ribbon for its new
downtown antique shop.
Tim is no antiquary, but is
a homegrown boy and an
ambassador for the chamber
of commerce. He and other
representatives from the
chamber were on hand to
welcome the thoroughly
British Simmonds family to
the community.
Tim said his club had been
on a special delivery that
morning with the Noon
Rotary Club, delivering
dictionaries to 11,000 fifth-
graders in the Plant City area.
Hillsborough was one of
four counties involved in the
Rotary outreach program. He
also said that Servpro has
donated the use of a trailer to
the Plant City Rotary clubs to
stock and deliver goods to
those harmed by hurricanes
Katrina and Rita. Martin and
Kimball Wetherington,
president of the Noon
Rotary, are coordinating the
effort.
We're fortunate to have
these two fine men and clubs
in our community, including
companies like Servpro.
Rotary efforts extend interna-
tionally, with projects like
water wells to Third World
countries and polio vaccine
distribution.
Great job Tim and Kimball
and for all the parents of
fifth-graders there's no
excuse now for them to
misspell antiquary or
ambassador.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist'


Tim Martin


Assisting Ashton Bass
Clark.Smith, regional vice
president of the Suncoast
Schools Credit Union, said
that as of last Friday $4,000
was in the Ashton Bass
.Family Cancer Hope Fund.
I think that's great.
Yesterday, I saw Joe Moore
and he said that he men-
tioned little Ashton's plight
on a visit to his daughter in


Jacksonville, and as a result,
her law firm pitched in more
than $1,000. In addition, the
day he returned home, he
collected another $1,500.
Beef O'Brady's has also
jumped in and is donating
the chicken for the barbecue.
In case you've misplaced
the address and want to help,
here it is again: Clark Smith,
Suncoast Schools Credit
Union, Attn: Ashton Bass
Trust Fund, 1905 S. Alex-
ander St., Plant City 33563.
The take-out barbecue ,
dinner is scheduled for Oct.
22 and tickets are still
available. Call Joe at 368-
2701 for more information.

Food, fun and root beer
Bratwurst, German potato
salad, sauerkraut, apple pie,
root beer and a concert to
boot can only mean one
thing: It's time for the second
annual Oktoberfest at First
United Methodist Church in
Plant City.
Set for Oct. 15 at the
church's downtown campus,
the event promises to offer
something for everyone a
craft and bake sale from 8.
a.m. to 2 p.m., including a-
white elephant table, a youth
pumpkin patch fundraiser
from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and
an authentic German
Oktoberfest dinner at 5 p.m.
Tickets for the dinner are
$4.50 for adults, $3 for
children and there is a $12
cap for families.
At 2 p.m., Jackie's Dance
Studio will put on a free
show, and the WSU (whoever
shows up) Band will perform
beginning at 7. Bring lawn
chairs and blankets: If you


need more information, call
754-3519 or Jay at 659-8222.

Taste of Plant City
benefits food bank
There'll be plenty of
cuisine choices the same day
as the Oktoberfest (October
15th) at the annual Taste of
Plant City.
Set for Oct. 15 from 6 to 11
p.m. at Plant City Stadium on
Park Street, the event is a
fundraiser for the United
Food Bank of Plant City.
There will be miles of
meals and family fun to raise
money for East Hillsborough
County's needy. Local
restaurants will supply the
food.
Tickets are $25, and if you
have any questions, call 764-
0625.

Noshing on history
More food will be served
up at the East Historical
Society's banquet Oct. 11.
This time there's a historic
* twist.
Mayor John Dicks will be
the guest speaker, discussing
the city's role in the town's
past, present and future.
Call 757-9226 to make a
reservation.
I'm always thrilled when
someone says they enjoy my
column, and I don't need -
any prompting to talk about
my family, for they are some
of my favorite subjects.
However, I know there are
lots of you out there that
have interesting families,
too. Please, let me hear
from you! Contact me at
Gabylee@aol.com.


Terrance Miller and
Debbie Liles


Liles-Miller
Tom and Jan Heller anng-
unc e engagement of their
daughter, Debbie Lynn Liles,
to Terrance Richard Miller of
Plant City. He is the son of
Don Miller and Pam Miller of
Plant City.
The bride-elect is a 1993
graduate of Bloomingdale
High School and is a graduate
,of Artistic Nail and Beauty
School in Brandon. She is
employed by Tip to Toe Day
Spa.
The prospective groom is a
1992 graduate of Florida
Southern College and has
been employed at CF Indus-
tries since 1996.
ADec. 3 wedding is planned
at 4 p.m. at Northside Baptist
Church.


BIRTHS


South Florida
Baptist Hospital
The following births were reported
at South Florida Baptist Hospital:
April 11
A daughter, Gianna Grace Martin, to
Lori and Davis Martin of Plant City.
April 12
A son, Oscar Adonay Cerritos Jr., to
Deann M. and -Oscar A. Cerritos of
Plant City.
April 13
A son, Jordan Tyler Anders, to Cheri
L. and Jesse D. Anders of Plant City.
April 15
A son, Elijah Bernard Whittaker Jr.,
to Shireka Crews and Elijah B. Whit-
taker of Plant City.
April 18
A son, Tyler Justin Martines, to Dan-
ielle Adams and Anthony Martines of
Plant City;
April 19
A son, Nicholas Scott Brady, to Kat-
lynn M. and Justin M. Brady of Plant
City,
April 20
A daughter, Kinsey Diane Ross, to
Kristy and James J. Ross III of Plant
City.
April 22
A daughter, Destiny Cheyenne Dean,
to Crystal and Roy E. Dean of Dover.
April 24
A daughter, Karina Anahi Charles-
Perez, to Trinidad Perez of Dover.
April 26
A son, Joe Angel Padron Jr., to Feli-
sha Rodriguez and Joe A. Padron of
Plant City.
April 27
A son, David Rojas III, to Lucia and


David Rojas II of Dover.
April 28
A son, Trevion Markel Honors, to Tif-
fany N. Honors and Lovone M. Evans of
Plant City.
April 29
A son, Jadon Mekhi Pippin, to Monica
Pippin of Plant City.
A son, Cole Anthony CasaGrande, to
Melanie Smith and Christopher Casa-
Grande of Plant City.
April 30
A daughter, Zoey Cherle Howard, to
Tiffany Howard of Plant City.
May 4
A son, Gage Noffsinger, to Michelle
L. Kuhn and Bryan Noffsinger of Plant
City.
May 6
A daughter, Leah Sherree Bland, to
Kaysey S. Bridges and Franklin D. Bland
Jr. of Plant City.
May 9
A daughter, Emerson Reese Nedu-
rian, to Amanda and Gregory Nedurian
of Plant City.
May 10
A daughter, Natalie Isabell Ruval-
caba, to Lusia Lozoya and Jose M.
Ruvalcaba of Plant City.
May 11
A son, Jamari Mitchell, to Lyndsey B.
Wilkerson and J.A. Mitchell of Plant
City.
A daughter, Kylie Chaiann Doersch,
to Ashley N. Doersch of Plant City.
A daughter, Kenley Gail Connell, to
Erika Sullivan Connell and Joel P. Con-
nell of Plant City.
May 15
A daughter, Kylie Paige Cardona, to
Kenia Lerma and Eliazar Cardona of
Dover.


May 16
A son, Tanner Barrett Rollyson, to
Tara and Rhett Rollyson of Plant City.
A son, Jonathan Ethan Smith, to Ste-
phanie and James Smith of Plant City.
A son, Dylan Michael, to Tara Boyd
and Jake Richards of Plant City.
May 17
A daughter, Jaikalyn L. Carmichael,
to Angela Smith and James Carmichael
of Plant City.
A daughter, Kimora Gilmore, to lana
Levison and Cherokey Gilmore of Plant
City.
May 19
A daughter, Kelsie Renee Culbreath,
to Jessica Culbreath of Plant City.
SMay22
A daughter, Jacqueline Heidi Crispin,
to Miriam and Jose F. Crispin of Plant
City.
C A son, Jourdan Zaki Anderson, to
Peggy Hargrove and Maurice Ander-
son of Plant City.
May 23
A son, Antwann Dominique Mitchell
Jr., ft Natasha M. Jackson and Ant-
wann D. Mitchell of Plant City.
A son, Keyshaun Delvontez Flowers,
to Mary Candis and Reshaun L. Flowers
of Plant City.
May 24
A son, Hayden Lee Harris, to Johanna
Harris of Plant City.
May 25
A daughter, Debrianna Denise
Brown, to Ginger D. Dawson and Mat-
thew J. Brown of Plant City.
May 26
A son, Michael Vasquez Lagunes, to
Sinola Vasquez and Jose A. Vasquez
Domingo of Plant City.


James Hinck and Julie
Henderson


Henderson-Hinck
Julie Rachelle Henderson of
Plant City and James Law-
rence Hinck of Englewood
announce their engagement.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Cecil and Janice
Carr of Plant City. She is a
1993 graduate of Plant City
High School and a 1998 grad-
uate of the University of South
Florida. She is a registered
nurse at Englewood Commu-
nity Hospital.
The prospective groom is a
1989 graduate of Lemon Bay
High School in Englewood
and a 1995 graduate of the
University of South Florida.
He is employed by ,the
investment firm of A.G.
Edwards & Sons as a certified
financial planner and certified
investment management ana-
lyst.
An October wedding is
planned in Englewood.


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old grandmother lives at the
Alsobrook Street address.
Police said Griffin's
grandmother was unaware of
the contents of the delivery.
Griffin was arrested and
charged with one count of traf-
ficking in marijuana between
25 and 2,000 pounds. Police
also seized $3,920 in cash.
After his arrest, Griffin was
taken to the Hillsborough
County jail. He was released
Sept. 23, after paying a surety
bond of $25,000.
Plant City street crimes offi-
cer Curtis Williams said they
are also investigating the pos-
sibility that similar deliveries
were made to the address in
the past.
"The suspect is believed to
have taken at least three other
similar deliveries in the recent
past at .that Alsobrook
address," Williams said.
According to police, the UPS
deliveries all originated in
Tucson, Ariz.
According to the police, the
case started Sept. 21 when UPS
employees in Lakeland
inspected one of two boxes
being transported as a 3-Day
Select Delivery by the com-
pany to the Alsobrook Street
address. Upon inspection, it
was determined the contents
smelled like marijuana. UPS
officials then contacted police
who confirmed both boxes
contained the drug.
The evidence in hand was
documented and presented to
a U.S. Circuit Court judge who
approved a search warrant for
the Alsobrook residence.
The street crimes unit then
improvised their own delivery
truck, dressing officer Eric
Daniel in a pseudo delivery
man uniform and took custody
of two 30-by-30-inch card-
board boxes, each containing
about 60 pounds of marijuana.


DIGEST


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
The Plant City Police Street Crimes Unit is made up of officers
William Lee, Aron Vega, Curtis Williams, Lt. Jerry Stwan, stand-
ing, and Officer Eric Daniel. This unit used a similar setting in
the Plant City Police Department facility to plan the operation
that led to the arrest of Nkosi Griffin, and the confiscation of
more than 120 pounds of marijuana.


Both boxes contained four or
five individually wrapped bun-
dles of the drug, rolled in con-
tact paper and covered, in
airtight cellophane, police
said.
Other than a 2-inch cut
where a single bundle was cut
to determine the contents,
police said there was no
noticeable damage to the
boxes.
Daniel made the delivery at
6:30 p.m. Sept. 22. Griffin
answered the doorbell and
signed for the cardboard
boxes. Daniel left the home
immediately, and after watch-
ing Griffin making several cell
phone calls, the street crimes
members advanced on the
house, according to police Lt.
Jerry Stwan.
"We banged on the door,
announced who-we were, and
that we had a search warrant
to enter the house," Stwan
said. "After a short delay, Grif-
fin came to the door and we
entered the home. We escorted


his grandmother outside
where she sat down. We tried
to keep her calm."
A search found a bundle of
$20 bills hidden in a washing
machine, according to Stwan,
which police confiscated. They
also found papers in a wallet
Griffin was carrying that were
allegedly receipts from Tucson
businesses from a taxi com-
pany and a receipt from UPS
in Arizona for the confiscated
cartons, police said.
"We haven't determined if
Griffin was in Arizona when
the marijuana was sent by UPS
or not," Williams said. "Our
continuing investigation will
determine those facts."
McDaniel emphasized the
seriousness of the depart-
ment's investigation.
"We are making an ongoing
effort to address the drug
problems at the street level
and above," McDaniel said.
"This bust is an example of our
commitment to get the job
done."


Continued From Page 7
financial control of an
organization that employs 10
people locally and maintains
as many as 950 vehicles for
Plant City.
"First Vehicle is fortunate
to have a leader of Cecil Carr's
caliber running our opera-
tions in Plant City," said Dale
Domish, the company's divi-
sion vice president.
The appointment is
effective immediately.
"I am grateful for the
opportunity to make a mea-
surable impact that will bene-
fit this city," said Carr. "I
believe strongly in the mission
First Vehicle is executing in
Plant City, and I intend to
work closely with our great
team of employees and cus-
tomers to ensure continued
improvement in our opera-
tions as we pursue world
famous customer service."
First Vehicle Services cur-
rently manages more than
40,000 vehicles in more than
135 customer locations
nationwide.

Pre-K Program registration
EPC Learning Center is cur-
rently registering students for
the state-funded Volunteer
Pre-K Program for 4-year-
olds. This certified program
has 200 available slots and is
free to all families in Hills-
borough County.
Parents can register every
Tuesday or Thursday between
8 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Bay Plaza
Office, 9325 Bay Plaza. Proof
of residence, birth certificate
and immunization record are
required. "
Call: 759-9383.
'Krewes Kare' seeks
hurricane relief donations
The 50-plus krewes who
bring entertainment and
beads to Tampa Bay area


parades are working together
to bring aid and supplies to
hurricane victims in neigh-
boring cities and states.
The association of krewes,
known as the Inter-Krewe
Council, or IKC, has partnered
with Angel Flight Southeast to
collect supplies for and
deliver to hurricane victims
and relief workers. With
donated warehouse space,
tractor trailers and equip-
ment, Krewes Kare effort
includes members of all Bay
Area krewes as well as the
community.
Needed items include over-
the-counter medications,
cleaning supplies, safety and
work ware, tarps, bedding
and more.
Angel Flight Southeast, a
nonprofit organization con-
sisting of volunteer pilots and
their aircraft, will fly filled
planes to any areas that need
supplies. The council, a non-
profit organization, has a
mission to foster a spirit of
cooperation and camaraderie
among the member krewes
and to provide a forum for
information about parades
and other krewe-related acti-
vities. Krewes Kare follows
that mission to encourage all
krewe members and the pub-
lic to drop off desperately
needed supplies.
The first planes carrying
supplies, including hospital
and medical equipment and
desperately needed chain-
saws have been flown to Gulf-
port, Miss., via Angel Flight
Southeast and the U.S. Air
Force.
The drop-off point for relief
supplies is JC's Pizza Shack,
1200 W. Brandon Blvd., daily
from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
For more information, call
244-5549 or e-mail
chair@interkrewe.org.


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tivities. We've planned a 5K Run and 1 Mile Fun Walk. After
the activities, we'll have a post race party with food, drinks,
and givaways. Proceeds benefit YMCA Outreach Programs.
Thank you to our sponsors: Metro Development Group, Suarez
Housing, Sabal Park, Tampa Tribune, Brandon News, Builders First
Source, Pulte Homes, Lennar Homes, Elite Mortgage Network,
Terrace Carpets, Windward Homes, Westfield Homes, Nuccio Heating
& Air, Office Dynamics, Hannah Bartoletta Homes, Sherwin Williams,
Inland Homes, Heidt and Associates, Inc., Quality Precast & Co.,
Arthur Rutenberg Homes, Premier Design Homes.


Starting Times:
5K Run 8:00 am
1 Mile Fuh Walk -8:15 am

When: Sunday Morning,
October 9, 2005

Where: All activities will
start at Sabal Park

Age Divisions:
5K Male & Female -
13 & Under; 14-19; 20-29;
30-39; 40-49; 50-59;
60 & Over.

Entry Fees:
$ 18, if received by Oct. 7
$20, after Oct. 7 & Race Day

Make checks payable to:YMCA
Mail to: 3414 Cullbreath Rd.
Valrico, FL 33594
Contact Information: 684-1371

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DEATHS

Baldauf
John W. Baldauf, 89, of
Plant City died Aug. 18.
He was born in Marion,
Ohio, and was a longtime resi-
dent of Plant City.
He served in the U.S. Army
Air Corp.
He is survived by his wife,
Martha; a son, Lyman Green
of Bonifay; a daughter, Lynn-
Greene Johnson of Plant City;
five grandchildren; and a
great:grandchild.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Buck
Ruby L. Buck, 70, of Plant
City died July 30.
She was born in Somerset,
Ky., and was a longtime resi-
dent of Plant City.
She worked in sales for J.C.
Penney.
She is survived by a son,
Thomas L. of Plant City; a
daughter, Susan F. Cranston
of Brandon; four brothers,
James H. Loveless of Colum-
bia, Ky., Charles E. Loveless
and Carl J. Loveless, both of
Shelbyville, Ky., and J. David
Loveless of Anderson, Ind.;
Stwo sisters, Moneida George
of St. Paul, Minn., and Virginia
Braunagel of Waldron, Ind.;
and three grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Everidge
Louise E. Johnson Everidge,
86, of Tampa died Aug. 23.
She was born in Morven,
N.C., and came here from,
North Carolina in 1928.
She was a homemaker and
a Baptist.
I She is survived by a son,
Glenn of Seffner; a daughter,
Sharon Bewell of Augusta,
Ga.; a brother, Hugh Johnson
of Plant City; two sisters,
Vivian DeVane of Plant City
and Flora Huneycutt of Rich-
field, N.C.; three grandchil-
dren; and four
great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Golden
Larnel B. Golden, 61, of
Plant City died Aug. 12.
He was born in Jacksori
County and was a longtime
resident of Plant City.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of the Vietnam War, and
retired as a sergeant 1st class.
He was a member of the
V.F.W. and served as quarter-
master and post commander.
He was a member of Spring-
head Baptist Church and a


past president of the Spring-
head PTA.
He volunteered with many
organizations, including Life
Link, Make-A-Wish and The
American Heart Association.
He is survived by his wife,
Jean; three daughters, Mary
M. Ciguere and Robin L. Holt,
both of Winter Haven, and
Daphne G. Merrin of Plant
City; eight grandchildren; and
a great-grandchild.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Johnson
Thelma M. Johnson, 93, of
Plant City died Aug. 22.
She-was born in Cairo, Ga.,
and came here from Georgia
in 1917.
-She was a homemaker and
a charter member of Ahava
Baptist Church.
,She is survived by four sons,
Robert M., Jackie C., Jimmie.E.
and Larry J.; 11 grandchildren;
and 20 great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Kress
Minnie Kress, 62, of Don-
aldsonville, Ga., died Aug.. 18.
She was born in Durant and
was a former resident of Plant
City.
She was employed with
Auto Owner's Insurance prior
to her retirement.
She is survived by her
husband, Bill; a son, Chuck of
New Orleans; a daughter, Pam
Johnson of Plant City; a
brother, Leo Houck of Plant
City; a sister, JoAnn Arma-
chain of Chattahoochee; and
four grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

McCann
Mary J. McCann, 66, of
Plant City died Aug. 21.
She was born in Boston and
came here from Boston in
1988.
She was a homemaker and
attended St. Clement Catholic
Church.
She is survived by her
husband, John Sr.; a son, John
J. Jr. of Cresskill, N.J.; two
daughters, Tracey Collins and
Stephanie Doyle, both of Plant
City; four brothers, Emilio
Scapicchio of Boston and
Robert Scapicchio, Sebastian
Scapicchio and Peter Scapic-
chio, all of Medford, Mass.;
three sisters, Dorothy Scapic-
chio, Lydia Scapicchio and
Connie Scapicchio, all of
Medford; and five grandchil-
dren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

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yard sale Oct. 1 from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. -in
the parking lot of the Ponderosa res-
taurant, 1914 James L. Redman Park-
way. Call: 478-4142.

Church dinner
A roast beef/ham dinner will take
place Oct. 1 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in
the Fellowship Hall at First United
Methodist Church, 13957 Methodist
Church Road.
The menu will include roast beef or
ham, mashed potatoes, gravy, green
beans, coleslaw, rolls, dessert, tea or
coffee. The cost is $6 per adult and
$2.50 per child. Call: 659-1415.

Bike Fest-
The Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce hosts its third anniversary
Plant City Bike Fest Oct. 1 from 5 to 11
p.m. in and around McCall Park, 100
N. Collins St. Call: 7543707.

Church plans Sing On
Turkey Creek Community Baptist
Church, 47 Turkey Creek Road, plans a
Sing-On Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. featuring the
Gospel String. Refreshments will
follow.
Call: 737-3599.


SUNDAY
Concert Series kicks off
First United Methodist Church will
kick off its 2005-06 Concert Series Oct.
2 with "Jazz, Jesus & Java!"
To receive a brochure or to purchase
tickets, call Michele Pruyn, 754-3519,
or visit www.fumcplantcity.org.


MONDAY
'Nutcracker' auditions
Plant City Children's Theatre is


hosting auditions for "Nutcracker"
Monday from 6 to 7 p.m. at 507 N.
Wheeler St. Call: 752-1621.

Calling all empty nesters
The members of Hope Lutheran
Church, 2001 N. Park Road, invite the
community to a special Bible study
under the direction of Lutheran Coun-
seling Services of Florida.
"The Empty Nest: Preparing & Sur-
viving," will meet Oct. 3, 10 and 17
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free. Call: 752-
4622.


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Toddler Time
Toddler Time for ages 15 to 30
months and their caregivers is offered
Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.
Call: 757-9215.

Library Story Time
Story Time for ages 2 1/2 to 5 and
their caregivers is offered Tuesdays at
10:30 a.m. at Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St. Call: 757-9215.

Book discussion
Join the staff of the Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St., for a dis-
cussion of "Frida: A Novel" by Barbara
Mujica Oct. 4 at 11 a.m. Copies of the,
book are available at the library. Call:
757-9215.

GED classes
The Adult and Community
Education program offers free general
equivalency diploma and English
classes to anyone 18 years and older.
Classes are Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 6 to 9 p.m. at Esther D. Burney
Elementary School, 901 S. Evers St.
Free day care is provided while stu-
dents are in class.
Call: Rojina Durant or Jennifer Gior-
gio, 707-7334.


TOPS open house
A Taking Off Pounds Sensibly open
house is set for Oct. 4 at 6:30 p.m. at
The First Southern Methodist Church,
103 W. Johnson Road. Learn about
weight loss successes and support.
Call: 737-1923.

Migraine discussion
Dr. Alain Delgado, Neurology and
.Neuro Surgery Associates, will present
"What You Need to Know About
Migraines" Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. in the Lake-
land Regional Medical Center audito-
rium, 1324 Lakeland Hills Blvd.,
Lakeland. Free.,Call: 687-1400.


WEDNESDAY
Sonny's joins hurricane relief effort
Sonny's Bar-B-Q, 1102 Goldfinch
Blvd., will participate in Dine for Ame-
rica Day, a nationwide fundraising
event Oct. 5 to support the American
Red Cross Relief Fund and help those
affected by Hurricane Katrina. Each
-pafticipating Sonny's- franchisee will
be donating proceeds from the day's
sales to the effort. Call: 757-3118.

Intro to the Internet
The. computer program Introduc-
tion to the Internet will be presented
Oct. 5 at 10 a.m. at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. Call: 757-
9215.


PLAN AHEAD
Grand opening
The Plant City Photo Archives will
have a grand opening event Oct. 6
from 5 to 7 p.m. in celebration of the
move to its new location at 119 N.
Collins St.
The new space will have two large
display windows, nearly 1,000 square
feet of gallery space, and 500 square
feet of office space. The event is free to
attend and refreshments will be served.


Call: Gilbert Gott, 754-1578.

'Frumpled Fairy Tales'
Ms. Dixie's Aurora Music & Perform-
ing Arts, 206 S. Evers St;, will present
the "Frumpled Fairy Tales" children's
show Oct. 7-8 at 7:30 p.m. Friday, with
a Saturday matinee Oct. 8 at 2 p.m,
Call: 717-9575.

Slow pitch tournament
The International Softball
Federation Slow Pitch World Cup is set
for Oct. 8-10-at the Plant City Stadium
and the Randy L. Larson Softball Four-
plex. For the second time in Plant City,
co-ed teams. from the Bahamas,
Caymen Islands, Great Britain, Ireland,
Scotland and the United States will
compete. Admission and parking are
free.
Call: 864-0100, or visit www.intem-
ationalsoftball.com.

Children's Health Fair .
The South Florida Baptist Hospital
invites children to participate-in fun,
hands-on activities and health screen-
ings during a Health Fair Oct. 8 at the
Florida Strawberry Festival Grounds,
in the Arthur Boring Civic Center from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Children's health screenings will
include: blood pressure, height/
weight, podiatry, vision, scoliosis,
asthma and more. Kids will also be
able to participate in activities such as
a moonwalk, dune buggy rides, face
painting and more. The Health Fair is
free to attend and each child will
receive a gift. -
Call: Tracy Myers, 757-8511.

Master gardening program
A master gardening program on
composting will be presented Oct. 10
at 7 p.m. at Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St. Call: 757-9215.

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Taylor said the location and
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body is welcome to all of these
events."
Highlights of the 29th
annual Tampa Hispanic Heri-
tage Celebration include the
following.
Sept. 29: Recognition of
Judge E.J. Salcines; 6 p.m.; Joe
Chillura Park, 601 E. Kennedy
Blvd.; free; 276-8622.
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sic: The Eagles Golf Course:
noon tee-off; $100 per player;
414-9411
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Harvest": art exhibit; Hills-
borough Community College
art gallery, Ybor campus; free;
253-7674
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tage Kickoff 2005; reception 5
to 6 p.m.; program 6 to 8 p.m.;
USF Traditions Hall ( Alumni
Center); free; 974-4985
- Oct. 8: Latin Fest: live music
and food; 6 to 11 p.m.; USF
Fowler Fields, 4202 E. Fowler
Ave.; free; 691-2137
Oct. 9:. Symphony of the
Americas: Latin-inspired
orchestral music; 4 p.m.;
Tampa Bay Performing Arts.
Center, Ferguson Hall; $22.50-


$45.50; center ticket office;
229-7827
Oct. 16: Hispanic Picnic:
noon to 8 p.m.; Lowry Park
Shelter No. 120; free; 989 -
1408
Oct. 22: "Raquel and Gal-
ileo": Latin-American pup-
pets; 11 a.m.; The New Place
Multicultural' Arts Center,
2811 N. 17th St.;. $5 donation;
241-4706.: MOSI National
Hispanic Scientist of the Year
Award gala dinner: $140 per
couple, $75 per person; 987-
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Oct. 23: "The Day of the
Worker": live entertainment,
health screenings; 10 a.m. to 5
p.m.; Centennial Park, 1800
18th Ave.; free; 414-9411
Oct. 29: Salsaween: Hallow-
een celebration with a Latin
twist; 9 p.m.; USF Special
Events Center, 4202 E. Fowler
Ave.; free; 748-6439
Nov. 11: Town 'N Country
Hispanic Heritage Food Festi-
val: 1 to 4 p.m.; Multicultural
Family Center, 6704 Hanley
Road; free; 249-8100
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DEATHS
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Roldan
Marcelino-Roldan, 88, of
Plant City died Aug. 21.
He was born in San Lorenzo,
Puerto Rico, and came here
from New York in 1971.
He worked in maintenance
for the City of Plant City prior
to his retirement and attended
St. Clement Catholic Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Felicia; a son, Armando of
Plant City; three .daughters,
Graciela Silva of Plant City,
Feinez of Puerto Rico and
Aurelia Trejo of Plant City;
seven grandchildren; and a
great-grandchild.
Haught Funeral Home.

Stigall
William D. Stigall, 61, of
Plant'City died Aug. 20.
He was born in Paris, Ky.,
and came here from Ohio in
1971.
He was owner of Stigall and
Co. Inc. and was a professional
billiard player and member of
the Billiard Association.
He is survived by his wife,
Sharon L.; three sons, William
D. "BJ" Jr. of Lakeland, Scott 0.
of Tampa and Jonathan D. of
Plant City; a daughter, Pamela
J. Glass of Murphy, N.C.; his
father, Ledford of Shelby,
Ohio; his mother, Mary Hazlett
of Carlisle, Ky. two brothers,
Harrison of Mansfield, Ohio,
and Cecil of Daytona Beach; a
sister, Shirley Quillen of Day-
tona Beach; two stepbrothers,
Doug of Texas and Dave of
Ohio; a stepsister, Teresa
Madden of Kentucky; and
seven grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Whitaker
Minnie P. Whitaker, 100, of
Brandon died Aug. 20.


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four grandchildren; and eight
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Call: 757-9215.

Traffic calming
along Bugg Road
A public meeting to discuss
traffic calming along- Bugg
Road is set for Oct. 12 at 6:30
p.m. at Turkey Creek Middle
School, 5005 S. Turkey Creek
Road.
County officials will discuss
traffic problems along Bugg
Road from Mud Lake Road to
Armor. Road, near the inter-
section of State Roads 60 and.
39 in the Plant City area. A
solution could be the installa-
tion of speed humps. A rec-
ommendation to the County
Commissioner on solving this
traffic problem will be based
on this meeting. Call: 272-
5275.

Golf tournament
The Plant City Lions Club
will host its annual charity golf
tournament Oct. 14 at the
Walden Lake Golf & Country
Club, 2001 Clubhouse Drive.
There will be a 1 p.m. shot-
gun start. Teams of four can
enter the tournament for a fee
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Unity fundraiser
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fundraising group whose
mission is to help feed Plant
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during the Bike Fest and
Strawberry Classic Car Show
at the Plant City Community
Bingo Hall, 105 Arden Mays
Blvd., from 5 to 9 p.m.
The group sells hot dogs,
Polish sausage, chips, cookies,
cakes and pie, and coffee,
soda and water.
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Car show
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to 9 p.m. Cars and trucks 1980
and older can participate for
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Oct. 15.
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to 11 p.m. at Plant City Sta-
dium, 1810 E. Park St.
The United Food Bank of
Plant City plans to offer a
special evening with meals,
family fun, friendly competi-
tion and live entertainment to
raise funds that will benefit
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will offer fare from themed
booths throughout the sta-
dium complex and live music
will be offered by J.T. Curtis
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of Nashville.
Tickets are $25 per person.
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Spaghetti dinner
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Spaghetti supper
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21 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. in the
Fellowship Hall.
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Raiders Go To Brandon


For 1st District Game


WINNER GETS
LEG UP IN RACE
ByDAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Both teams come off
thrilling, last-second victories,
but for either Plant City or
Brandon, all of those feelings
will be gone sometime Friday
night.
The Raiders visit Brandon
as district play begins, and
while the loser will by no
means be out of the playoff
picture, they certainly won't
be in an enviable position.
"With only playing three
district games, just getting out
to a 1-0 start means a lot
more," said Plant City head
coach Todd Long. The other
two teams in Class 5A-District
7, East Bay and Bloomingale,
meet in Gibsonton Friday.
Record-wise, the Raiders
are worse off than any of the
other teams in the district, but
Plant City is capable of beat-
ing all three. Beating Brandon
might be the toughest order.
Last week, the Eagles
handed Riverview its first loss
of the season on a 51-yard
field goal as time expired.
Plant City was also involved
in some high drama, making a
last-minute defensive stand to
preserve a 19-14 win against
Newsome. With no time left,
the Raiders line swarmed
Newsome running back Kent


Coggins at the 3--yard line to
set off a wild celebration at
Raider Stadium.
"The defense definitely rose
to the occasion there. They
had to play at least two extra
snaps," Long said.
Indeed, an injury to a Raider
defender stopped the clock
with 15 seconds left, giving
Newsome time to regroup and
call a play. Then, after it
looked like Plant City had
stopped Newsome on the final
play, a face-mask penalty was
called, giving the Wolves a
dramatic untimed down. With
all zeroes showing on the
clock, Newsome ran the final
play. The Wolves had been
involved in three one-point
games already, so a 20-19 final
was in the works, but the Raid-
ers broke the script.
Before throwing an inter-
ception with four minutes left
that gave Newsome a chance,
Raiders quarterback Jason
Brown was his spectacular
self, especially on a 69-yard
touchdown run that gave the
Raiders a 19-7 edge. He also
hit Zach Jones for a 76-yard
scoring pass that put Plant
City ahead 13-0 in the second
quarter. Brown finished with
116 yards passing and another
131 on the ground.
Brandon has a pretty good
runner of its own. Mike Brown
leads Hillsborough County
with 472 yards and seven
touchdowns, and he told The
See RAIDERS, Page 19


2005 DAVE BULIENS. All rights reseed.
Plant City defensive lineman Mike Donaway sacks Newsome quarterback Keith Gosdosky early in
the Raiders' 19-13 victory last.week. The Raiders will play their first district game of the year at
Brandon on Friday.


Durant Looks To Control Ground War SHARP CUTS


COUGAR OFFENSE
ON A ROLL
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Only the game will tell if
Durant is catching Sarasota at
the right time, but things look
better coming into Friday's
meeting than they did a
couple of weeks ago. The Cou-
gars host Sarasota in the Class
6A-District 6 opener for both
teams.
Durant has won two games
in a row after an 0-3 start, and
it might have found a feature
running back last week. Mean-
while, Sarasota washumbled
by Bradenton Manatee, 40-19,
the first defeat for the Sailors
(4-1), who are still ranked No.
8 in the 6A poll.
Manatee had a field day
running the ball against Sara-
sota. That's where Durant's
Matt Wacaser could continue
the trend. Last week in a 36-13
win at Jenkins, Wacaser ran
the ball 29 times for 214 yards
and scored three touch-
downs.
Despite weighing 140
pounds "and that's soaking
wet" said Durant head coach
Mike Gottman it was
Wacaser dishing out most of
the punishment against Jen-
kins. He did take his .share
though, getting slammed a
few times by Eagles defend-


ers.
"He took a couple of shots,
but he just gets up like noth-
ing," Gottman said. "He split
his forehead open, but he'll be
fine."
Wacaser led a Durant
ground game that compiled
more than 300 yards, and Chip
Bowden passed for another
130.
Still, the Cougars had prob-
lems converting on their red-
zone opportunities, settling
for three short Evan Kelly field
goals. Kelly's first kick came
with just one second left in the
first half, putting the Cougars
up 10-0.
The score was still low at 13-
7 going into the fourth quarter
when fullback Jack Coan came
up with a big 14-yard run on
third down, and then caught a
47-yard TD pass from Bowden.
Wacaser would add two
touchdowns in the final
quarter.
"When we get into the red
zone, we get one breakdown,
it turns into a negative play
and we're facing a long-yard-
age situation. We just have to
eliminate the breakdowns,"
Gottman said.
Durant figures to be able to
move the ball on Sarasota,
which had squeaked by in
winning its previous two
games but then was out of it
by halftime against Manatee.
The Hurricanes' Chris McNear


ripped off TD runs of 57 and
43 yards in the closing stages
of the second quarter that put
Manatee ahead 28-6. McNear
finished with 232 yards and
had plenty of room to run
against the Sailors' defense.
Defense is not necessarily a
strongpoint for Sarasota,
despite the' presence of leader
Walter Dublin (6-foot-3, 240
pounds) at end and a couple
of key returning starters from
last year's district champion
team, linebackers Tyler Fowler
and Robbie Ellis. Manatee is a
team that in its first two games
totaled only six points.
Still, the Sailors are very
solid on the offensive side, led
by Antwan Graham, the lead-
ing rusher in the Bradenton-
Sarasota area. Graham has 724
yards, around 5 yards per
carry, and nine touchdowns.
Sarasota's Casey Kelley, a
first-year starter at quarter-
back, has thrown for 608 yards
and five TDs. His favorite
receiver is Chad Kastor (17
catches, two touchdowns).
"They're very good, big
offensive line and good all the
way around on offense," Got-
tman said.
Last Friday's defeat puts
Sarasota "down" at the same
level as the other two teams in
6A-6, Riverview and Sarasota
Riverview, with one loss on
the season. Those two face off
at Riverview High on Friday.


Swimmers Move


To Head Of The Pool


The Plant City girls swim
team is off to a fast start
having won all but one if its
meets, yet that lone loss may
be the most impressive feat.
The Raiders'came in second
behind Wharton in a tri-
meet at Arbor Green last
Thursday, but Wharton is
considered one of the area's
best squads.
And one look at the team
will make it easy to see why
the Raiders have their head
coach so excited. With
strong returners Marah
Dolan and Stephanie Barker,
and a couple of seniors Julie
Babcock and Kelly Morning-
star, the Raiders have added
a pair of newcomers.
One is a transfer from
Freedom High, Mallory
Ventsam, and all one needs
to know about her is that
she's just as quick as Barker.
Then there's freshman Anna
Palermo.
"Anna's a fabulous
swimmer too," said a
practically giddy Corrie
Rennick, in her sixth year as
Raiders swim coach. "This is
the best team we've had in a
while, and we have an A-plus
relay team. And they're just


really good girls, too."
In addition to Barker, who
is expecting to improve on
her freshman season when
she reached the state meet
in two events and placed
(seventh) in the butterfly,
Plant City should reasonably
expect the 200- relay unit of
Dolan, Barker, Ventsam and
Palermo to advance just as
far.
One thing the influx of
talent has done for Rennick:
"I have swimmers across the
board. It's real easy to set my
lineup, and I can switch
them around, which gives
them a little variety."
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EAGLES ATOP PREMIER

LEAGUE AT 2-0

Staff Report
The Eagles of the Premier
League are off to the hottest
start as one of eight 2-0 teams
in the Plant City Recreation &
Parks Department/Optimist
Youth Flag Football Program.
In their two games, the
Eagles have scored 69 points, a
full 17 more than anyone else
in the program's other age
groups.
Cathleen Evans scored three
touchdowns, one on an inter-
ception and another on a kick-
off return, as the Eagles beat
the Chiefs, 42-18, on Saturday.
In their opener, the Eagles
blanked the Saints, 27-0, as
Dylan Cowart threw for one
touchdown and added an
interception return.
All games are played at the
Otis M. Andrews Sports
Complex. The Premier League
is for ages 10 to 12.
Joining the Eagles at 2-0
atop the 10-team group are
the Jets and Cowboys. The
Cowboys won a thriller against
the Vikings, 28-26. Christian
Riddle threw for two touch-
downs and caught one from


Tyler Davis. Steven William-
son and Bradley Wainoris had
two touchdowns apiece for
the Vikings. In their first game,
the Cowboys got two scores
from Travis Ciccarello in beat-
ing the '49ers, 24-12.
Tyler Newkirk had a pair of
scoring runs for the Jets in
their 12-7 win over the Saints
last weekend. The '49ers
bounced back form the open-
ing loss to edge the Falcons,
20-19; CodyAkers had a pair of
touchdown runs. The Lions
got their first win by blanking
the Panthers, 25-0.
In the Junior League (6- and
7-year-olds), only one of the
eight teams is still unbeaten
and untied.
The .Turtles won 12-0
against the Rabbits with Jared
Arnold getting both the scores.
The Dalmations are 1-0-1 after
tying the Indians, 7-7, then
there are four teams sitting at
1-1. The Pilgrims got two
touchdown runs from Jona-
than Tindle in beating the
Bobcats, 19-6, and Jeff
Williams scored the Wildcats'
13 points in a 13-6 victory over
the Frogs.
Three teams sit 2-0 in the
Senior League (8-9). Both of
the Bears' wins have been


tight, the latest a 7-6 decision
against the Jaguars. Kasi
Maguire had a touchdown
and Hunter Shuff scored the
deciding PAT (a pass is worth 2
extra points, a run counts as
one). In their first game the
Bears won by the unusual
score of 9-7, getting a safety
from Kyle Cole in making the
difference.
The Broncos are also 2-0
after edging the Dolphins 13-
12. Daniel Blair scored both
touchdowns and ran in the
extra point; the Broncos
scored a 20-0 win in their first
game.
The Ravens also improved
to 2-0 Saturday, beating the
Raiders, 12-0, behind two TD
runs by Will Hippler.
In other action Saturday,
the Chargers won a high-scor-
ing contest with the Steelers,
25-20, as Quinton Broward
and Matthew Tucker scored
two touchdowns apiece.
It's been two close affairs for
the Rams in the Elite League
(13-15) and yet no other team
is 2-0. The Rams have won by
a total of three points, 15-14
over the Patriots and 8-6
against the Colts. Earnest
White has scored three of the
Rams' four touchdowns.


Optimist/PCPRD tourney
The llth annual Plant City
Optimist Club/Plant City Rec-
reation and Parks Department
Golf Tournament will be Oct.
15 at Plant City Golf Club,
3102 Coronet Road.
The tournament helps
support youth athletics in
Plant City and fund college
scholarships.
Cost is $50 per person, and
includes golf and cart fees, a
meal and chances for prizes.
Hole sponsorships 'avail-
able.
V i -s i t
www.plantcitygov.com/rec or
visit the Recreation and Parks
Department, 1904 S. Park
Road, for registration forms.
Call: Walt Arnold, 752-1602
or Pat Stottlemyer, 759-1019.

Youth Ministries tourney
The 7th annual St. Clement
Catholic Church Youth Minis-
tries Golf Classic will be Oct.
22 at Walden Lake Golf &
Country Club, 2001 Clubhouse
Drive. Sponsorships available.
Registration starts at 11 a.m.
with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.
Cost is $50 per player,
includes golf and cart fees,
dinner and a raffle ticket.
Registration form and pay-
ment due Oct. 15.
Call: Pete Weronik, 752-


8855, or Carol Rodriguez, 757-
6234.

Eclipse softball tryouts
The Eclipse travel fastpitch
softball team seeks quality
players to fill out its 14-and-
under roster. Call for tryout
information. Coaching oppor-
tunities are also available.
Call: Jack Owens, 684-4046.

U11 girls soccer
The Valrico Soccer Club is
looking for one more player
for the Valrico Avalanche, its
Ull competitive girls soccer
team. Players must be born
after Aug. 1, 1994.
The team practices Mon-
.days and Wednesdays from 6
to 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays
from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at Keith
Waller Park on Sydney Dover
Road.
Call: coaches Karl or Sharon,
671-0344, or e-mail afbecker-
s@aol.com.

Valrico soccer tryouts
The Valrico Soccer Club
under-14 Bullets boys select
team seeks two players to
complete its roster for the
2005-06 season.
Call: Coach Doug Taylor,
643-7071, or e-mail
tampataylors@aol.com.


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Miscues like Jacari Bennett's fumble, above, and a late interception thrown by quarterback Jason
Brown nearly cost the Raiders the game against Newsome. Plant City was also assessed with 100
yards of penalties. The Raiders head into their first district game of the season with a 2-3 record.


RAIDERS
Continued From Page 18


Tampa Tribune he was the
"playmaker of the county,"
which is hard to argue.
"His favorite thing is to
string it out wide, then cut
back up the field," Long said.
"We gotta make sure that we
pursue properly. It's some-
thing we've worked on since
the summer."
The two Browns are very
similar, except the Raider
leader does his damage from
the quarterback position. Last
year, Brandon quarterback
Tyson Gordon (361 yards
passing this year) did as much
damage as Mike Brown did in
Brandon's 35-27 win, a deci-
sion that proved deadly to
Plant City's playoff hopes.
The same wouldn't neces-
sarily be the case if Brandon
wins Friday, especially since
the Raiders have their other
two district games at home.
"This is what we've worked
toward since the first fall prac-
tice, this game," Long said. "If
you lose the game you're not


done, but if you win it puts
you in the driver's seat."
Brandon is 3-2 on the
season, while East Bay and
Bloomingdale are 2-2 followed
by Plant City at 2-3, but overall
records mean nothing in
determining playoff qualifiers
- only the record in the three
district games matters, with
the. top two teams out of the
four making the postseason.
Riverview looked headed
for a certain victory and a 5-0
record last week when Bran-
don's kicker Wesley Skifting-
ton missed a 32-yard field goal
with 39 seconds remaining in
a 14-12 game. But-the Eagles
had three timeouts left. They
stopped the Sharks and
Brown's punt return put
Brandon at the 40-yard line
with nine seconds left.
One play later, Skiftingon
drilled the 51-yarder. Brandon
won its third game in a row
after opening the season with
losses to Chamberlain and
Newsome.


SHARP
Continued From Page 18


Rather than, for example,
Dolan and Barker being the
only strong options in the
sprint events, now Rennick
can let Dolan stick to the IM
and the breaststroke if need
be; likewise Barker can swim
her two state events.
Palermo is also a strong
breaststroke competitor.
Ventsam was the unex-
pected gift.
"She came into my class
one.day and said she really
wanted to swim for the
team. A couple of days later I
saw her in the pool, and that
was that," Rennick said.
Plant City's final three
regular-season meets are at


Walden Lake, beginning
tonight when Newsome and
East Bay visit. Meets begin at
6p.m.

Teeing it up
The Raiders boys golf
team, along with the Durant
girls, have also been out-
standing this year and
remained undefeated
heading into the week. It
was a good week for Plant
City as the boys beat rival
Durant not once, but twice
with Spencer Baldwin, Chad
Ballantyne and Daniel Ruel
all averaging 40 or better for
the two matches.
Plant City was 9-0 going


into Tuesday's match at
Riverview.

District football
And this note on the
beginning of district play for
our local football teams. The
Lakeland Dreadnaughts, in
case you haven't seen, have
been deemedtops in the
country.
I bring this up' because the
Dreadnaughts reside in
Class 5A-District 8. Assum-
ing they win their district
(and it's a pretty assump-
tion), the 'Naughts will
match up with the runner-
up from Class 5A-District 7 -
that would be Plant City's


district.
Not to say there's anyth-
ing wrong with coming in
second, because it does get a
team into the postseason,
but the Raiders may want to
go ahead and win that first
district game at Brandon.
Actually, looking around
at the other teams in the
district, the Raiders can
hang.
In fact, if things work out,
Plant City could get
rematches against Wharton
and Lake Gibson. Not to get
ahead of ourselves.

Diamond note
Durant standout pitcher


Carmine Giardina basically
had his choice of college
programs to further his
baseball career, and he
picked a dandy.
This week, Giardina
committed to the University
of Texas.
All the Longhorns did was
win the national champion-
ship, taking a best-of-three
from the Florida Gators in
the finale of the College
World Series.
Giardina is a strong hitter
but is also the ace of the
Cougar staff, and made the
final cut for the U.S. Junior
National Team.







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I Legals Legals
RESOLUTION NO229-2005 as notice of said public
hearing, shall be published
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING by the City Clerk in The
NOTICE OF HEARING ON CourierissueofSeptember
PROPOSED SUBDIVISION 29,2005.
PLAT OF WALDEN RE-
SERVE, A SUBDIVISION IN Adopted by the City Com-
SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 29 mission on September 26,
SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST, 2005.
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA. John L Dicks
Mayor-Commissioner
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE ATTEST:
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA: Virginia L Helper
City Clerk
SECTION 1 The City Com-
mission of theCity of Plant Approved as to form and
City, Floridn, does hereby correctness:
give notice of the hearing
on the approval of pro- Kenneth W. Buchman
posed subdivision plat of City Attorney
Walden Reserve, a subdivi-
sion in Section 12, Town- NO:1784 9/29/2005
ship 29 South, Range 21
East, Hillsborough County; NOTICE OF FINAL AGENCY
Florida. ACTION BY THE SOUTH-
WEST FLORIDA WATER
SECTION 2 The.City Com- MANAGEMENTDISTRICT
mission will hold a public
hearing on the approval of Notice is given thatthe Dis-
the subdivision pat at its trict's Final Agency Action
meeting in the Sadye Gibbs is approval of the Water
Martin Auditorium of the Use Permit on 17.6 acres to
Nettie Berr Draughon Mu- serve Strawberry/Melon
nicipal building, 302 West known as Melvin Lee
Reynolds Street ("City Strawberry Farm.
Hall") Plant City, Florida The project is located in
on October 10, 2065 at 7:30 Hillsborough County Sec-
p.m. or as soon thereafter tion 13,Township29 outh,
as the matter may be Range 21 East. The permit
heard, at which time inter- applicant is Melvin'Lee
ested parties and citizens whose address is 1317 Wil-
may appear and be heard liams Wood Dr, Plant City,
with respect to the pro- Fl33565
posed subdivision.
The Permit No. is
SECTION 3 A resolution ap- 20012853.000
proving said subdivision
plat shall be considered by The files) pertaining tothe
the City Commission upon project referred to a ove is
theconclusionofthepublic available for inspection
hearing. Monday through Friday ex-
cept for legal holidays, 8:00
SECTION 4 The proposed a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at the
subdivision plat maybe in- Southwest Florida Water,
spectedbyo theublicatthe Management.District(Dis-
office of e o ity Clerk at trict) 601 Hwy301 N. Tam-
the Nettie Berd Drauhnon pa, Fl 33637
Municipal Building (Cit.3y
Hall), 302 West Reynolds NOTICEOFRIGHTS
Street, PlantCity, Florida. nypersonwhosesub-
stantial interests are af-
SECTION 5. All persons are fected by the District's ac-
advised that if a person de- tion regarding this permit
cides to appeal any deci- may request an adminis-
sion made bythe City Com- trafive hearing in accor-
mission with respect to any dance with Section 120.569
matter considered at such and 120.57, Florida Statute
meeting, he will need are- (F.S.), and Chapter 28-106,
cord of theproceedings, Florida Administrative
and for such purpose he Code (F.A.C.)of the Uni-
may need to ensure that a form Rules of Procedure. A
verbatim record of thepro- request for hearing must
ceedings is made, which (1) explain how the sub-
record includes the testi- stantial interests of each
mn and evidence upon person requesting the
which the appeal is to be hearing will be affected by
based. the District's action, or fi-
nal action; (2) state all ma-
SECTION 6. In accordance trial facts disputed by
with the Americans with each person requesting the
Disabilities Act, any person hearing or state that there
with a disability requiring are no disputed facts; and
reasonable accommoda- (3) otherwise comply with
tion in order to participate Chapter 28-106, F.A.C. A re-
in this meeting should call guest for hearing must be
the City Clerk at filed with and recieved by
813-659-4200 at least 48 theAgencyClerkoftheDis-
hours prior to the public trict at the District's
hearing. Brooksville address, 2379
Broad Street, Brooksville,
SECTION 7 At the public FI 34604-6899 within 21
hearing referred in Section days of publication of this
1 herein, all speakers shall notice (or within 14 days
be limited to three (3) min- for an Environmental Re-
utes,unlessthespeakerre- source Permit with Propri-
quests the City CLerk for etary Authorization for the
additional time no less use of Sovereign Sub-
than forty-eight (48) hours merged Lands). Failure to
riortosaid publichearing. file a request for hearing
Iln theeventspeaker(s) re- within this time period
quest additional time the shall constitute a waiver of
determination of the any right such person may
amount of time to be al- have to request a hearing
lowed shall be at the dis- under Sections 120.569 an
creation of the Mayor, butno 120.57, F.S.
speaker shall generally be
allowed more than fifteen Because the administra-
(15) minutes. tive hearing process is de-
signed to formulate final
SECTION 8. This resolution, agency action, the filing of


Legals I I Legals
a petition means that the DISSOLUTION OF
District's final action may MARRIAGE
be different from the posi- TO: Brenda Joyce Hunter,
tion taken by it in this no- address unknown
twice of final agency action,.
Persons whose substantial YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
interests will be affected action has been filed
by any such final decision against you and that you
of the Districton the appli- are required to serve a
cation have the rightto pe- copy of your written de-
tition to become a party to fenses, if any, to it on Leroy
the proceeding, in accor- Samuel Hunter whose ad-
dance with the require- dress is 5210 Horton Road,
ments set forth above. Plant City, FL 33567 on or
before October 24, 2005
Mediation pursuanttoSec- and file the original with
tion 120.573, F.S., to settle the clerk of this Court at
an administrative dispute 302 N. Michigan Ave., Plant
regarding the District's fi- City, FL 33563 before ser-
na action in this matter is vice on Petitioner or imme-
not available prior to the diately thereafter. If you
filing of a request for hear- fail to do so, a default may
ing. be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
NO:1750 9/29/2005 petition.
Copies of all court docu-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ments in this case, incud-
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL ing orders, are available at
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR the Clerk of the Circuit
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Court's office. You may re-
FLORIDA view these documents up-
Case No: 001-18492 on request.
Division: R You must keep the Clerk of
JACQUELINE PAULK WOR- the Circuit Court's office
LEY notified of your current ad-
Petitioner dress. (You may file Notice
and of Current Address, Florida
MICHAEL WORLEY Supreme Court Family Law
Respondent Form 12.915.) Future pa-
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR pers in this lawsuit willbe
DISSOLUTION OF MAR- mailed to the address re-
RIAGE cord at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
TO: Michael Worley, 565 Florida Family LawRules o
Briorwood Rd, Venice, FI Procedure. requires auto-
34293 matic disclosure of docu-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ments and information.
action has been filed Failure to comply can re-
against you and that you suit in sanctions, including
are required to serve a dismissal or striking of
copy of your written de- pleadings.
fenses, if any, to it on Jac-
queline Paulk Worley, Dated:September 16,2005
whose address is 2314 IE. CLERKOFTHE
Liberty St. Tampa, F 33612 CIRCUIT COURT
on or before ctober 19, Ellen P. Neubaum
2005 and file the original Deputy Clerk
with the clerk of this Court PC96353 le
at 302 N. Michigan Ave, 9/29/05;10/6,13,20/05
Plant City, Fl 33503 before
service on Petitioner or im- NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
mediatelythereafter. If you
fail to do so, a default may Notice is hereby given that
be entered against you for on Friday, Octoer 14,2005
the relief demanded in the at 9:45 a.m. Ballard Mini-
Fetition Storage/Affordable Stor-
opies of all court docu- age formally Personal Mini
ments in this case, includ- Starage, 4935 Dr. Martin L
ing orders, are available at King Blyvd, Plant City, FI
the Clerk of the Circuit 3356willconduct a saleto
Court's office. You may re- thehighestbidderoro her-
view these documents up- wise dispose of the con-
on request. tents of rental units. Man-
You must keep the Clerk of agerment reserves the
the Circuit Court's office right to refuse any bid. The
notified of your current ad- Rental Units are leased to
dress. (You may file Notice and believed to contain the
of Current Address, Florida following:
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.) Unit 19-Antoinette Marie
Future papers in this law- Spuhler.............. Household
suit wif be mailed to the Unit 82- Theresa Dale
address on record at the .................Household
clerk's office. Unit 102,104-Jesus Ortiz-
WARNING: Rule 12285, Garica................ Household
Florida Family Law Rulesof Unit 136-William Hewitt
Procedure, requires er- ...................... Household
tain automatic disclosure Unit 145-YolandaVela
of documents and informa- .....................Household
tion. Failure to comply can Unit 146-Tina Peoples
result in sanctions, includ- .................. Household
in dismissal or striking of Unit D-167-Daphne Elaine
pleadings. Cortez................ Household
Unit D-210-Arotonia Rodri-
Dated: September 13,2005 quez................... Household
unit D-224- Shelly Van Or-
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT der.............. Household
COURT Unit D-241-Sandra Vega
BY: CHERYL SUMNER ....................... Household
Deputy Clerk Unit D-245 Duane Richard-
NO:1617 9/22;29;10/6;136 son.................... Household
Unit D-270 Terry Smith -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF .......................Household
THETHIRTEENTHJUDICIAL .
CIRCUIT.INAND FOR' This sale is being held to
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, satisfy a Landlord's Lein.
S FLORIDA Jerry Ballard, Manager
CASE NO. 05-DR-16881
Lery Samuel Hunter NO:1764 9/29;10/6/05
Petitoner
and SELLING YOUR CAMPER?
Brenda JoyceHunter Place an ad in class 562
Respondent and see how many buy-
NOTICEOFACTION FOR ers popup


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NOTICE OFSALE
In accordance with the
provisions of Florida law,
there being dueand unpaid
charges for which the
undersigned is entitled to
satisfy an owner's lien of
the goods hereinafter
described and stored at
Uncle Bob's Self Storage
located at: 1005 S.
Alexander St., Plant City,
Florida 33563.
813-759-9526. And, due
notice having been given,
to the owner of said
property .and all parties
known to claim an interest
ther.-in. nd the time
iptcifi-ed n ;ucn notice (or
payment of such having
-,piredt. nie 9gooi. will lb
';old at public Suction:,at itr
above stated address to
the h;grinei biaOder or
otherwise dIosed it on
Wednesday, October 12,
2005 at9:30am.
WILLIAM SR. LAMB:
Household goods
ROGER DEWEESE:
Household goods, furniture
CYNTHIA SPEAKMAN:
Household goods, boxes
OLIVER JOHNSONJR.:
Household goods
Valerie Gonzalez.
Manager
PC55532 9.22..05.09 29 05
PRACTICE CLOSING
NOTICE-
Paul T. Murph, M.D.
608 N. Alexane'r Street
Plant City, Florida 33563
(813)754-2600
Dr. Paul T. Murphy will be
closing his orthopedic
practice on Nov 1,2005. Pa-
tients 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
a after November 1,2005.
NO:1444 9/8;15;22;29,2005
NOTICE OFSALE
Notice is hereby given that
on Friday, September 30,
2005 at 3:00pm at A- U-
STORE IT, located at3010 S.
Jim Redman Parkway,
Plant City Florida, will con-
duct a saleto the highest
bidder or otherwise dis-
pose of the contents of
rental units:
#124 BRADDOCK: Furni-
ture W/D, misc. items
#205 TRIM: Furniture, misc
#348 TALLEY: Furniture,
exercise machine, misc
#448 BENNETT: Furniture,
misc boxes
#511 FORTE: Misc items
This sale is being held to
satisfy a Landlord's Lien,
Tammy Venable
Manager
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INVITATION TO BID
James Jordan of 304 Orsley
Drive, Seffner, FL 33584,
(813)431-1134 or (813)643-
1158 may be contacted to
respond to this notice. For
sale: Various power tools
and general misc. tools.
This sale will be held at
'thestorage facility located
at 304 Orsley Dr., Seffner,
FL to reclaim debt owed by
Kim Kurosky of 708 South
Mulrennan Rd., Valrico, FL
33595. This sale to be con-
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moved. 813-967-5767

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Please contact the
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155 Homes In
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Plant City 1br/ Iba in Re-
tirement Park. Patio and
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shop. $6000 OBO.
757-9640 Iv message.

PLANT CITY
2br iba, carport & shed,
Adult park. Good cond.
$9450.813-389-7317

PLANT CITY 55+ Park
1990 2br/2ba $34,500
includes lot 756-2824
or 813.752 61?5
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TURKEY CREEK, 2br/lba
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863-869-9807
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$130k or $900 per mo.
813-365-0957

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180I cSpace
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Fair Grounds Area 301
North Near 1-4 & 1-75
1 815sf office $1,500/mo
IncId Util Can be split
Union Environment,
9 813-988-3997IR
HILLSBOROUGH AVE-
WEST, 3 offices plus
waiting area and bath-
room, 900sf $650 plus
S deposit. Call
813-948-6045
Lutz/LOL 1000-3000sf
avail, office/retail, SR 54
in Cypress Creek Mall
area. Call for pricing and
details.
813-996-4615,
PLANT CITY, Industrial
Park Office Space for-
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
including Conference
Room & Break Room.
Starting at $160. mo.
Contact Mathew Horner
813-865-1192. THE-
GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO
Warehouse
180D Business
Park Space
PINELLAS
5000-30,000 SF office/
warehouse, light indus-
trial in mid Pinellas,49th
St and Ulmerton Rd ar-
ea. Call 727-504-4417
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

Investment
190J Property
Sale
Clearwater Beach
Waterfront Hotel
617 Bay Esplanade
6 unit. $2.4 million:
Mike Felice, Mariner Dev.
727-776-1762
200-249
Rentals

200 1 Rooms/Rent I
PLANT CITY Room For
Rent. In Large House, on
Huge Lot, $100 Dep, $20
weekly Inmcl Utilities,
Everything Furnished.
Please Call 813-737-4304.
or 813-571-2317
You'll find value buys ad-
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1200 1 Rooms/Rent I
DAYS INN TAMPA-Ohm-.
*813-623-3591* 2904
Melbourne Blvd-1-4 Exit
3, *$250/Wk*, 1-2 PPL &
free cont. B-fast, 25' TV,
Petallowed-Fee Chg.
1204 I Apts. Furn.
BAYSHORE Towers, 2br
2ba, Balcony, laundry
Room, Swimming Pool,
Gym, Parking Space
GREAT VIEW!
$1,400/mo 813-837-9136
205 Apartments
20 Unfurnished

QUARTER AT YBOR
lbr/lba, computer
room & balcony, w/p-
'"lances, wsh/dryer,
Perfect condition, great
amenities. $1100
(813)503-7410
SOUTH TAMPA 2Br 1Ba,
CHA, W/D, off Street
Prkg, Completely Reno-
vated, Water & outside
Maint Incl. Sm Pet OK,
$875/mo 813-716-3739
TEMPLE TERRACE/USF,
Remodeled 2br Starting
at $595/mo Incl. Water,
Sewer, Trash & Alarm
Sys.Pool, Playground &
Laundry rm. 813-985-6485
VILLA SONOMA at Int'l
Plaza, 2bd, 2ba, grt loc,
conyv to airport shops &
stadium, gated, garage,
pool & fitness center.
Call 727-409-6740
1n Duplex/
207 Triplex

Plant City 3br, 2ba,
.$s50/mo. + $500 Dep.
No Pets. Credit Check
Required. 813-764-8030
Plant City MOVING SALE
Sat 8-12 3615 West
Reynolds. King Bed,
Kitchen Tables, Red
Love Seat. Don't miss it
PLANT CITY recently re-
modeled 2br/lba du-
plex $585. First & Last
plus 1 year lease. NO
PETS available now.
813-754-1197
29 Houses
'0 Furnished

EAST TAMPA 3BR 2BA
w/Garden Tub, Lg Kitch,
DR, 2CG, W/D, 5"TV,
NO PES, CountrySetting
No Lease $1,200/mo
$1,000 Dep 813-695-1912
I2 11 Houses I
210 Unfurnished

SUNCOAST HWY NEW
HOMES, 4 bed/ 3 bath,
with pond view. New
community w/ easy ac-
cess to the veterans
expressway off 54.
(813) 215-79200
BRANDON 4br 3ba 2cg,
3200 sf, $1650 mo. Near
Crosstown & 1-75. Pets
ok, fenced, great patio
must see. Lawn icl/
pool. 407-748-0283.
Brandon/Riverview,
Lakefront, 3br 2ba 2cg,
almost new, East Bay
Lakes, Safe, Quiet, 1-75
close. Short term or
lease opt. avail.
$1095/mo. 727-866-0842
BRANDON Valrico, River-
view, Seffner: New 2,3 &
4br homes w/applncs,
avail, now, $1000+/mo
George (813) 376-5238
Shirley (813) 363-5146
CORK AREA, Spotless 2BR
cottage w/utilities
included, suitable for 1
or 2 people. 875/mo +
security.
813-752-4235
COUNTY LINE Rd/Bruce
B. Downs. BRAND NEW 4
Bed/2.5 Bath, 2 Car Gar.
Utilities included. $2000
per/month $2000 De-
posit. (813) 784-8515
Fishhawk Ranch
4br,2.5ba,3cg,brand new
2 story, all appls and
lawn main inc, pond
conservation, $1800/mo
813-477-4069. Karen
Mocsary, Signature Rity
GRANT PARK, Section 8
OK, 4br, 2ba, 2 story, 3
years old, washer & dry-
er hookups, all kitchen
appliances, $1100/mo.
Rltr owner 13-810-9077
Land 0 Lakes, Brand new
in Exclusive Ballantrae,
1 mi to Vets Expwy. 5br
2.5 bath Beautiful lot
upgrades! 1st Mo. FREE!
$1695/mo. 813-843-2816
NORTH TAMPA, 2br iba,
Completely Remodeled,
Inside & Out Fenced
Yard, Nice Neighbor-
hood. $875/mo 1st, Last
& Security 813-629-0071
NORTH TAMPA Section 8
OK. Remod 4br Iba,
garage, CHA, W/D hkup,
cell fans fenced yd,
alarm. No Pets. $990/mo
+ dep. 813-649-8483
NORTHDALE/CARROLL-
WOOD,5br,2.5ba, liv rm,
din rm, fam rm, W/D,
2400+sf, Close to Dale
Mabry. $1900/mo.
813-951-1336r
PLANT CITY, 2/1, mint
cond carport, nice yard,
laundry rm $895/mo +
dep.813-752-1957
PLANT CITY 3br lba, CHA
805 Valencia Rd. Fenced
Yard $800/mo $700 Dep
No Pets. 813-659-8682
CLASSIFIED
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PLANT CITY 3br Iba
1707 Orange St. W/D
Hkups $800/mo $700 Dep
No Pets 813-659-8682
Plant City Beautiful 3br,
2ba, LR DR laundry rm
great Ioc $1,075 + sec
941792-3270
PORT RICHEY 3BR/1BA/
1C Beautiful mint home
with new carpet/tile
/paint. Nice yd. Close to
all. $800/mo. 1st, last,
sec. Sec. 8 ok. No smok-
ing/pets: (727) 372-7166
RIVERVIEW, 4br unfur-
nished new home for
rent, 2000sf, 2cg, 1 level,
community pool, in Oak
Creek neighborhood,
$1290mo (978) 851-8031
RIVERVIEW WATER-
FRONT, 3/2, CHA, dock,
deep water, remodeled,
Swood floors, wd hkup,
good credit req. $1295
mo. (813) 476-5166
S. Tpa./Westshore, Plant
High School District.
3621 Omar. New kitch-
en, wd firs, pool, 3bed
Ibath $1450 mo.
813-62-5423,310-8825.
SOUTH TAMPA-AFB, ren-
ovated, 3br, 1.5ba,
1200sf, carport, utility
room, Irg fncd yard, scrn
porch, 7311 S.Westshore
$1,050/mo. 813-882-0505
TempleTerrace
Great loc 3br,lba, cov$
ered parking fans
$1100/mo + aep, yd
maint incl. Available im-
med. 813-985-8380
TOWN N Country, Beaut;-
ful Lakefront home 4br
2.5ba 2cg, 2200sf, npw
kit, Jacuzzi, FP, Hawd
Firs, on lake, quiet fami-
ly neighborhd.$1390mo
Kay813-884-9852
WESLEY CHAPEL-Mead-
ow Pointe, gated 3br,
2ba, 2cg, new, corner
lot, all appliances, up-
grades galore, 19bOsf
$1800/mo 813-949-3695
Wesley Chapel Beau
new Bridgewater house,
4br, 3ba, 2cg, on water,
new appis, sm pet ok.
$1400/mo, $300 rebate.
Bob: (813) 468-5151
WESLEY CHAPEL 5br 3ba,
3008sf, all appl. incl., on
lake, immed. occupan-
cy, $2100mo. Michele
Coston Keller Williams
Realty 813-235-5873
1 1 Lease-Option
I "2 To Buy /

RIVERVIEW RENT TO
OWN, South Fork, like
new 3br 2ba 2cg. 1 00sr.
M. Payne. Horizon RIty
1-866.-91 2757.
www.asoluiion4you.comr
Town n Country Country
vav. 3or 2ba 2car. 1670
sq It pool. pornd -w.
o00o6 duwn, $1700 ino.
Smaller homes avail-
able also. Rent to own.
813-355-6343
Web #1467



212 1 Condominiuml
Downtown, 1 Laurel PI,
2br 2ba split plan,
furn/unfurn., $1400/mo.
incl. water, 24 hr sec.,
pool/jacuzzi, picnic ar-
ea. Call 727-946-7400
Lutz Van Dv.e B20r.2ba
waerlrorit corio.s.,
pool. Dalcony, tennis
c':,urt, ri e corrpie.
S1 000 9 ui. Call I. ,[ro
a 813i695.1344-I
SOUTH TAMPA Magnifi-
cent Bay view Bay/pool
view2BR,2BAHrdwdflr,
balcony on site laundry,
security $1450/mo
(813)787-7281
North Tampa, 14550
Bruce B Downs, North
Oaks. Nice neighbor-
hood, W/D, water & ca-
bleincl $500 dep, st mo
$950 req d.813-760-2122
SOUTH TAMPA 808 SQ FT
1 BR 1 BA Amenity icih
gated cmnty. Move in
cond. Washer & dryer.
$865 er month.
(813) 00-3593
South Tampa
Madison at Soho, 1br,
lba, pool, gym, W/D,
covered-parking, patio,
$1100/mo. 727-244-0488
South Tampa, West Platt,
Prime Location 2br Iba,
Stainless Steel Appli,
Granite Ct, Laminate
Floor, W/D $975/mo +
Sec 813-389-3811
SUN CITY Center, 55+
gated comm,- 2br 2ba
Villa, Golf Tennis Pool,
Fitness Ctr, $975/mo
Incl Water, Sewer, Ca-
ble, Lawn, Garbage,
Pest, W/D 813-684-3436
WATERFRONT 1BR/1BA
at Beachwalk. New car-
pet/ ceramic tile firs.
Resort-style living.
Beautiful pool/sun
deck, state of the art
fitness center. Gated.
$800/mo. Bayside Vil-
lage Drive. Mm. 6 mos.
(727)526-2728
WESTCHASE 2/2 and 2/2
w/loft in luxury comm.
w/great waterviews
$1,000- $1,200 Theresa
Toste, Keller Williams
954-253-0662
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WESTCHASE-Highland Deputy Finance Manager
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great location, for details. Fax resume
$1,090/mo. Call Tim for & letter to 813-672-7863
showingat813-787-1811 FL. Home Partnership
212A I TownhouseI1315 EOE
315 Insurance
Brandon Never lived.in
3br,ba, spacious 1840sf AGENT P&C 220/440 and
on SR 60, close to 175/1-4 Clerical Positions for ex-
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D PBilingual a must, ood
BRANDO, Providence m in skills knowledge
Lakes, 3/.5, 5 ains frm uick uote a plus.
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Pu:.l. .. t ed. Ready now.
'i( mr de,:,.320 Medical/
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Meadowpoint
Furnished townhome, CNA'S
3br,2.5ba, gated comm, Loveable, Dependable,
W/D $1250/mo. caregivers,Autumn
813-391-2100. AssistLiving 1307 E.
Wesley Chape, Saddle Baker8l3-752-1648a
Creek Manor, 3BR 2Vz BA Exp'd Radiology
2CG Townhome. 1680sf, Transcriptionist
Brand new, all apple. F/T P/T workfrom home
$1 250/mo. Call John or oice. Exc Benes. Fax
813-818-8500 resume 813-689-2741
CMTI Office 685-4960
Westchase SURROGATE MOM Child-
3br,2.5ba, allupgrades less Couple needs
lecg, exclusive, 1850 sq ff, young, healthy woman
includes W & D. to carry their biological
$1700/mo. 813-818-8500 baby. Financial Assis-
tance Paid. Eg Donors
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it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY! 1-800-395-5449 www.a-
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walk to West Park' Vip FL Bar#307064
lage. New! Never lived Child/Adlt
in.$2100/mo. 335 Child/Adult
Call Shirley Elmore at Care
727-786-0076 "
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2 I Homes experience preferred
I nbut not requires.. Will
Durant area, Mobile Train 813-857-8457
home on Private lot0
2br iba. 5600 mo. Re0 Hstaurant/
b13-737-2108 340 Hospitalityl
NEAR 14 &. 301 1. 2 & 3 Clubs
BR'S. $120-$140 weekly.
Some with utilities. Banquet Servers.Joi us
(813) 626-0820 rorthe 20O0-06 Season!
(3 66 Exp Pays $10..Own B&W's
PLANT CITY, 2BR, MH, Mustpass drug test
CH/A laundry on prem- Dixie W.Tpa 879-2165
isbs. NO PETS, weekl, Dixie E. Tpa663-0394
bi-weekly or monithy Brunchery Restaurant
13-754- 6541 Hiring days 8:30-2:30,
8l7i..sse t Waitress Assistant,
Thopotosassa Knigrhts 8.25/hr. Tu-Su Call for
Griffin Rd. 2br 1.5ba, mterview924-8100
adult park. New carpet.
$500/mo + de. & ap. FRONT DESK SALES
No pets.83-74864 AGENTS, FT&PT
No pets. 813-7 -864T Night Audit P/T
1 Br A ts & 1 & 2 Bedrm Must be flexible/wknds
Mobile Homes Comfort Inn, Plant City
Plant City 813-752-5234 2003 S. Frontage Rd.
KITCHEN HELP F/T. Apply
EXTRA CLEAN mobile ho- in person Chancy at-
me in anADULT park, no fishShack N Park Rd
pets. 813-754-3792 813-754-0477
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Pk Snellgrdves Rest
I Parks 109 South CollinsSt.
Wiggins at 1-4 very nic? WAITRESSES. COOKS &
clean 1r. 2 a. CAr ,u BARTENDERS. Hattricks
pet-. ReL. $1501. Hiring! 107 South Frank-
$400/dep.863-670-1924 lin St. Call after 2pm
813-225-4288
211 Waterfront Admin
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I 1R350 General
BAYCREST T&C $1750. Office
4/2/1 nice big 2 store
house on canal w/boat GENERAL OFFICE P/T
ramp. oreat street. 13 some know. of R.E. &
rm;.. i'83.i71i41019 computer. Must have
vehicle. Call for appt.
250-299 813-293-7890 from 8a-8p
Employment I Customer
Services """ Service I
Customer Service: Small
n I Positions Medical Supply Company
29u W1 ated Pt/ftworkwell with
Wanted Others dependable
DC awn Adaptable caring.
DC iadn svC. l iri-, Detail oriented duties
ky umunth, Als Mayinclude recept'ist
Clear & hauling Store/web sales phones
o1763-5011- Shipping clerical
300-390 Wilin learnentry
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35 Salon/Spa
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winning Q team. 813-' 2-2440
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..,Accountaei A/C Service Techs &
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Aluminum Installer
Trainees: Full-time,
clean DR, mandatory
drug test, dependable.
CaliIrene (8131717.9177
CARPENTERS & Roofers
needed for growing c on
S[iruc [ :, :...rripan y.
Must be experienced
have own truck and
.tools. Please call for
interview. 813-707-1221
Dismantlers/Mechanics
Modern auto production
facility needs exp pro-
duction dismantlers.
Must have quality set of
tools inci air toolsto dis-
mantle auto & It duty
trucks. Modern under-
cover work bays prov.
Grt pay pan &benes.
Up to $800/week!!
Apply @ Greenleaf, 5015
auseway Blvd. Tampa
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(813)202-8091
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W Tpa 879-2 65. Mig
Welders E. Tpa 663-0394
Dixie Staffing dfwp
Electricians & Helpers for
new residential const.
Brandon area Call for
appt 651-4228
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
HVAC
Duct Mechanics
Great$$$ Benefits
(813)202-8092
IRON/Sheet metal work-
ers needed. No experi-
ence nec. 813-404-0794
MAINT SUPERVISOR,
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on E. Fletcher! A/C cert.
a must, pool lic. a plus!
Fax 813.988.6800 or
campusclub@htgf.com



MAINTENANCE

HILLSBOROUGH


MAINTENANCEWORKER
The facilities department
of the Plant City campus
seeks to fill a full-time
Maintenance Worker
position. Responsibili-
ties-Include landscap-
ing, operating and main-
taining equipment
cleaning buildings, and
moving furniture. Per-
forms minor construc-
tion plumbing, and
electrical repairs (pre-
fer applicants with prior
experience). Requires
at least High School di-
ploma or GED. Position
offers a competitive sal-
ary and full benefits
package.
See HCC Employment
w e b s I t e
http://jobs.hccfl.edu/
to review job descrip-
tion and instructions to
(1) create/save applica-
tion and (2) apply for po-
sition. Position is being-
advertised as a continu-
ous recruitment until
' filled. Hillsborough
Community College is
dedicated to the con-
cept of ectual opportuni-
ty and affirmative ac-
tion and does not dis-
criminate on the basis of
race color, religion,
gender, age, national or-
igin, martial status, sex-
ual orientation, or disa-
bility status in its em-
ployment practices



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S Deposit.-813-323-8783 ps$1072798. $ 7 a1es PLANT CITY 326 E TERPOLE BARNS, Garages, (863) 859-116P or cell sleeps 6,like new Cost 265-9603774-2211" W 4/07-54HR T Top, +
ERICAN BLDOG Female AKC Yel- AE r 30 workshops, horsebarns 863-738-4593 $32K Now $19900.drGRM168GPS
P400ups81NKC 84R02g Beautif C rsfold devntier 941-2-8355 RACEo 8-12, FMitS an &t30xx$.(
wks os e, a ow, 3-949-3924ld. Gentke 12,'a... -'n- 20x20x9 4.20, .5..5. 727-723-3177 Jet Ski- 1997 Yamaha,75O DUALBatt CtrCnsI M c
markallshmusteseth8 e 28'1993sWLDERNEYORKIE, AKCSbmaley.m20x30x950model, like new, very Tit TrIr, $26500 (813)
mksJosuark ing see houe. pt.9R9E K, m, clothing items. 24x24x9 428eretiLEwo T. A 40 02 I i fewhours, 3seater nci 630 1771
wkbs JoshuaLineso,9 records, ver0 Alayful, PLANT CeTY 3302 W Risk .24x4lf-0Recreation FI o ...... abeachtrlr. 2898.Mi0ike
12or Chris 727-92-1378 22' 1995 See Ray 220BR
Australian Shepherd pu LAoUSeK, tanbce1-7Bloct1166orc-300-2700t 3 families, LOTS OF LIC#zCBC1253330 contained, non-smoker.2sr
pies.Re lstshots, he kl1 rS.fITEsS O5CoMotor Homes Sleeps'6 asily.8Privatets5841hrs. Meticulously
,e.ethead, champ. bkgrd. ........ .. .. MISC ITEMS 813-713-2333 788-3501 ISeeeps ea.y. Privateo6.
certs $ 0. Aussie Bur- hees. amp.bkgrd. YuRKnE-Blee/golP small .U ,, bedroom. Very clean, main. Just serviced.
deCollies mixed $ Parents/ female, vetchkPOP, PLANT CITY 4411 N SpotAdvertising Works -RVsexcellent condition. 12' FBERGLASS row boat Rebitlwr unitin05, new
on site. $800.w.ww-.dailingfor Strauss Rd, 3 family APHA 12004 Black & 18' '8 .HEY...Se $6,500.(813) 752-0329 w/oars & car carrier. Datts, trim tabs, cush-
AUST reLIA uH.EPHARD LabradorA hatPUChocolatep all.813-653- motorc cle helmet, vid" 200o4 Tn-clorcolts, truck, 454 mtr, custom Alu.minite w/silde, ululy $851 654 $142. d eve727-568-4360 4
th cert, sho tu- Maltese Pups available oane system & games, APHA weanlingsscolts & $2,50013-814-1558 awnino Good cond. 12' FLEXBOAT w/new 22',1998 LEGACYSeaEra,
8132641919a ors.com now&later. $400&up. Me & L'teof sc Tfillies; good bloodlines$5 1 5 $13900/OBO.655-5157. Yamaha 8HP OB w/25 CC, 150 Johnson, S/S
3- 9 813-997-3707; 779-2908 betsat@acun.com o $1500'and up. Will hold 26' 1989 CLASS C Coach- yr remaining warr .Exc prop, T-top, electronics,
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD LABS,AKC Reg. M/F yel- 941-322-9563 Cash. until Christmas. man sleeps 6, rear bed 29' 2002 DUTCHMAN cond frsh wtr only w/ Live-well, Low hrs, trail-
PUPS, born 7/13, M low, chamo lines, paper YORKIES, AKC" Taking' (863) 494-5449 runs & looks great, 54K ,Travel Trailer sleeps. 8, trIr $250. 813-326-4831 er, Extras. Exc cond.
d merl bck ,trained.PP. 1st shotsD M, a glMlLImm. ml, all opt w/oen, $6200 self contained, staoiliz- $14,000.813-265-9509
wnite heath certs, trat, Deosits. Male,1KS Il V Ilwks) U. DONKEYS Jacks $125. obo.813-805-9136 er bars & acks 9,000. 14' Aluminum Boat with .4'.1987 ELLCRAFT
NSDR300813-677-8 HC, read9 9/23. Ocala. $1,0 041,200firm.Inc. Jennies $225'-Young
$500Bea.,C r2-528-4155 Neut Shots H/C Pup u Mules $17 5 riding 26' Carriage Ca-lisfa, 8 -1-637 Trailer, 6.Ohp mercury M22 0-,98 7 .. ...350
BEaG ALABS blOackbonusPk- Microc'hipped Warr Plant City 458 Don T orseseins am- cLassClowner,54Kmri, 32' 2005 Pi rim 5th fish finderextras 2ayC ABIN
Chmplsi shotsLABS blac/brown, pups,ht. $ 850 each: 81-q62-9.195L Coun- es5eemale 275tIGSfrm 'nsexc-cond new wheelbi u ,5 er/-xtr5snM
w o r m e d & h e a l t h y 2 ta h e a .rth s h h2 9 L v M e sa gy M e a d o w s a t bll en .. f R-egl o s s g.. .. .. . . .
color, 2 blue tick, $300 ( -7 ann1 Permit #P05-047018y R t Oct 9AM-3PM Pigeons. 813-382-8289 glass sioewalls $15000 lots of storage.23,90 14' FIBERGLASS JON 23'.1
8 4 4 T ..oboRoo metEnter F .. .dooo813-695-5350 941-408-9596/809-9362 BOAT 48" WIDE W/ Cast- 23,1995 MAKO 232 cc,
Black Lab, AKC1 female,16,un78 9 TERRIER, Bk Wine haired Dining .Ro e,, E Free Horse ifbooarded ing Deck, New Elec Mo- 2HP erc Pristi"ne
Black bAKfem LHA C WKS Mix, FREE, Home Check tain tu se- with us! Full board- 30'2003 Holiday Rambler 32FT Startan to, Bimin Swive Seat ,cond. T-op,.trim tabs,
mo, beautiful, house M'sI$400, Females 450' req on adoptions, SmYg hi-te is Items $250/mo. Horses rented "Atlantis" 13m m oo ...part. ..Swiveleat
tobo. 727-379-0274 (863),419-1502 on Bal24/7,813-737-951VS PLANT Ci Fri & Sat now 813-649-1126 www. new condition. 46,500 extras. $1500 OBO. OBO (813) -2649 $1, 813-786-9591
.b~ sots curret Eshots,863) 512-0027 hl.y243 E.rapnellRd suncitystablescom obo. 813-659-173 Call 813-754-1634. 14' McKeecraft, 1983 24' Carolina Skiff 88hp
EvesE(863)l512-0027 14811 Cats MovingSale, Household BAYOH 14YRSOLD 14332' 1990 Sunsport 25K 33ft. Fiberglass, 1991 boat,'7Ohp ....Johnson, center con-,
BORDER Collie Pups-AB-iLUMBER looks neat!2 obo
liWtroayt of 'ngbid HAro ODFLOORNGSat a&Q.Kittens FREE&P t rum Colec n. Exc tfail horse. Forward 20' awning, am/fmrnhy- FK, Zip-Dee awnings, 8q3-716-0041 8-50/4i6-6386
'lines, .read hth certs ifrOm.99 CENTSSOak Bamboo,Q FT. ooho-6,4 w P ClownsMusic Boxes. trot, comf. lope,to good draulic levelers, $995 throughout,A-1Cond.
$efonshed&/Unf2n- PLANKTttensCa C ITY, F000MustlSe ,usfssh2riderurymo9osni2001 7.4litenMen-
Boxer Pup AKC, M/F, wished. Beuyawood w/50Bay itms, golf832Foretravel,1980 Class Ccruicen, oaedR un
LinesBig&Bulo ot morel We deliver& tems.35vrs exp. & 35' iaecm$4500.813-258-3123 ge 8 b
Raised. Health Certs, Anywhere S Florida Lo- 813-493-128 1502 Essex Dr. Let my knowled gework twin bds sofa bd, 440 4 slides, 4 sk/ylights .19, ayS n
$550 & up. 813-962-7650 aIoNG- PLANT City Fri & Sat 7-?foryou.813-986-7270 or Dodge,2 overhead airs $32,500.813-672-1995 or 15' Tri-hull cc w/45h 2719 a ndan-
Boxer Pups(AKC-H/C,74ites n&"'. 925 Parker Forbes Lane 727-641-8587 $10,000 813-882-9361 813-309-2845 Mariner OBtrailer cer,7--Ln-wlyr-f"-
shots, lwhfM lfawnF bMALTESECKC12wkstiny d Mulit-Fam Hshold items Thoroughbred, 5 yr old 34' BOUNDER 2002, 35k 42' Franklin Coach.2006, neat Currentl s e. cockpit reupholstered,
2 F brindIe/FIashy. i 21b b%, champ lines, Freetougoodhome.Spay- clothes, furniture, appli- gelding 16-h, Iven .m.,2siides,jacks,satei- custdesi n,2L.R2bdrm. 1450obo813-684-0977 newtrans om plate as-
Wks. $700/each Must nonaller, non shed, edneutered somevac- ances & muchnmore.. chestnetk2nd&wilin lite, 8.1GM gas, work eecslides1se40r-contd, semb3y, pluslotsrore.
$ee0813-740-8404 vet V7, hr 6 "Started cross rail. $2000 horse allison trans, NS CHA W&D LOADED!! CLASSIFIED Exc condo. Trailer mci.
CHIHUAHUA- CKC, 6 MOS. $ i ?"" ""S ; 1482 1 Birds obo,.813-996-4654. $67K13-971-7305 $27,900.813-737-6760 IS ACCESSIBLE $33k.813-335-8927
Male Cream & White MALTESE cuties also
Appehead. $375 Yorkies. Pups avail, now AMAZON w/blue face,
813-653-7191/215-5231 & later. $500 & up. w/cage $450 OBO. Mov- ....
betsat@acun.com ing must sell!
CHIHUAHUA.CKC.8 wks, 941-322-9563 Cash 813-248-1495 294-3041 Plant City Garage Sale.
1st shots, health cert. Sat. 7-3. 1403 E. Tomlin
smooth coats $400-$450 MALTESE Puppies fluffy CAIQUE BLACK HEADED St Furniture Jenny Lind WF..U- ..
Days (863) 419-1502 white males, AKC, vet h 3-year old hand raised, Crib, Baby Items
Eves(863)512-0027 checked health cent, healthy, playful w/cage Household Crafts &
$6 00 &toys needs home $800 lots lots more_
CHIHUAHUAS, AKC, 3'F. 813 431-9705 000 (813) 382-8233
$350. Also 8 mo M, 0Bk
w/tri markings $300. Maltdse/Yorkle cross. Ti- HAHN Mini McCaw, 18
013-622-3879 ny, adorable pups. mos very lovin sweet
Home-raised health & talkative. Inchcage&
certs $450. Evenings: Ig perch $650.
Cocker Spnaiels,15 M0., 813-8&5-5213 83468"0981
Male & female, Orange
Red. Also uMALTe-POOS tiny teacup HUGE CAGE SALE Ware- PLANT CITY, GIANT
Cream.AlIACAreg,sho0s females, adorable house pricing d rectto BARN SALE Selhng out
$350 813-928-1008 fluffynon-allerenicthephouse full of items
$- 1 u a r4esi3,Spo Computer Business. UIea.. . .uar* *
..... health cents. $75 cash 10-4 1st & 3rd Sat of Dn't Miss Out. 508.
Pu pies, health certs. discou 1 nt cages 1.. DevaneSt.Sat&SunOctl
Taking deposits. C. PITBULLPups, ADBAReg. BuschBlvdTampaSuite &. 8
CardsOK.352-523-1360 These Pups will make 302813-313-4528 PLANTCITY- LARGEYARD
813-299-1626 exc. Pet, Show & Pull SALE 1103 W. Terrace
CORGI- Welsh Pembroke D1.-8544% LIZARD CANARIES Dr, Near Shilo Baetist Brandon -610 E. Brandon Blvd. Tampa 8411 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Puppies ACA reg. Two a church. Sat & Sun Uct
males, tnr-colo, born POMERANIANS For s Varlous colors foresale. h 2AhMStsrnm 1 Riverview- 10863 Bloomingdale Rd. Tampa- 5371Ehrlich Rd.
sites. 81-752-9004o Crea Bo M I orn 09/07, lnitoLeavemMessae, & 8v.
8o29/05. $650. Taking Some White's, some 863-425-210. Plant City Women's Club1 Tampa 8701Hillsborough Ave. Tampa-14989 Florda Ave.
DACHSHUND.. C p oAKC. Call 813-779-3830 NEED FEATHERS? Buyor i-n-Door Yard Sale. Sat TaIll -.I F Hill ij.i. .-' %.rir,, .- 1l.Pi,, i I,[ SEEKER PLUS
reds, vet from That's Classified's prom- TurntoClassified-you more. 1110 N. Wheeler-II
$400up. 813-884-8026 ise! Classified delivers! can BanK on our Bargains St. betw Hwy 92 & I-4.







Z t^ PF $EfPTn.1EE,9,2905

j584 | Boats I| | Trucks Lightl
58 1"'" 2 Duty
30' 2002 Dorado w, Volvo I
Penta Diesel 10 Loaded CHEVY 1999 S10 LS 5sd,
"w/everYt hing.Allelec.& 4c1, AC new clutch PP
Aum Drive-on Trailer TOB'& new tires & new
$65K 863-646-0800 rad., alt. battt extra
BOAT Motor out board cleag in & out. 1st$4499
115 hp Mercury straight takes it. 24mp. Daily
6. $300.813-737-5015 driver813-968-3723
Largest Volume Pontoon CHEVY 2004 SILVERADO
Dealer in Florida. LS,reg cab, under warr,
See New Sea King Boats! V8, auto, 26K mi,
www.donsboatino.com beautiful cond. $15k
813-677-1300 obo. 813-986-0171
1 DODGE 1986 D150 V8,
585 Boat Slips- manual trans, clean,
Storage hitch, extra tires & mo-
tor, Lear cap, many ex-
SBOATSLIP RENTALS tras. $2750 813-293-9487
HARBOUR ISLAND DODGE 1995 Ram V-8CLau-
"Week y Rates to trans, 112K miles,
Forinfo call very good-cond, silver
Kat727-cu799-2111 w/grey cloth interior.
$3900080g813-679-3702
OUTDOOR STORAGE D G 7 Ram CLub
Benjamin Rd., boatDs, Cb w/t k
RV's, auto, trucks. ping cae
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n and eyuimen.
813-684-9171 813-75-8535
Fowler & 1-75 Boats & RV DODGE 2002 RAM 1500,
Storage. Secure outside r iar cab w, lbedlr ne
$50mo Covered $150mo m., alloy wh.s
HappN Traveler ARF Park 1 u^p r Du 6
H TB TRV Park N very nice Truck. $9,000
13-986-3094 obo.813-657-3710
South Bay RV & Boat DODGE1 2004 DAKOTA
torage-Secure outside 000 m Silver 4 DR
and covered storage. An5 Sio 2'WD A Cyl'
SouthBaStoranecom $15d3'rrb d Must Sell, ck
ov813is77t20ere com $NAA 0 rt deal many
extras tow pkgtd slip +
Marine more (813) 241-5143
586 Supplies & FORD 1991 EXPLORER
Rep-airs $1200 00.
S I rat 813-754-6590 OR
T-TOPS ANODIZED ALUM 813-365-0382
WITH NEW CANVAS. Ford 1992 Super Duty 1
CUSTOMIZED TO FIT ANY ton Dualey 4x4 V8 460
BOAT $800 941.266.0903 eng., auto, PS, 4kw Ona,
www.aqua-shade.com Gen. Welders truck.
Pictureyourhome in clas- $5000.813-754-1015
sified w/an ad on the Buy- FORD 1997 RANGER-77K
her's Choice photo page. mi, new A/C, tool box,
new tires good cond,
2005 Mercury150p EFI $5200obo.813-285-9151
a99 ow ours, or 813-494-7095
813-831-4052/833-0312 FORD 2000 Ranger 6cl,
4 d auto, CD plyr ext cab,
USED & REBUILT BOAT Bstepside, bedin top
MOTORS & THOUSANDS -per, 79K ml, Bright Blue,
OF USED PARTS. I HAVE excellent cond. $6,700.
1000 LB.JET SKI LIFT FOR e R877.-2192-462 r
SALE. $800. 813-979-6182 .877-292-4242
"GMC 1993 Sierra 1500
Davits, Piling mntd 3600 long bed. Must sell
lb pr. Electric by. $1700 Cal813-83f-991
Davitmaster oo cond all 813-83-9911
in South Tampa $1500. GMC 1998 1500 116k Red,
Call Tony 813-334-4433 Auto., 2WD V8, $6,900,
81 -. 728..9 Tow pKg, Runs Great.
Manifolds, pair Ellen- 'it813 y~wie114
brock, water cooled for u
big block Chevy $350. .
Call 813-839-6526 ISUZU 1994 Pick-up, reg
nn Tan t ab. AC works.', Si .:ceed,
600-6490 AM FM CDpla.er 99i0K
"oriqg r le'm. 'O0e0 H.RM
STransportation I 81 754 5 124 r
SI 13 -39-9L75
S1_ I Nissan 2003 Frontier SE
IAuto Crew Cab. 4dr. t.:.*
620 Engines, opaCkaqe, 35,71)rri.pwr
Parts & Misc all Great Cundinor1
[ o ans J c]s.90ke813..893-l,55
Bay Area Motor Works, TOYOTA 1998 Tacoma
Engine rebuild & install, 4cyl, auto, cruise c in
Up to 3yr ,warnarn. trol am/fm cass, AC.
Auto Boat R bedliner. Gassaver!
1 3.926 9994 $5,000 727-528-8873
Engines & Transmissions TOYOTA 1999 Tacoma,
Used & Rebuilt 90days ice cold AC, 5 spd. 4cyl.
to 3rs warrM-F9-5. always maint. exc.ond.
Mem BBB 813-875-1500 hwy mi only, $4500 Sprg
S Hil352-428-3536
SGMC 1994 Jimmy TOYOTA 2001 SR5 PRE-
;4DRruns needs work. RUNNER 51,000 mi, ex-
S$500. Clean Title. cellent condition, A/C,
SCindy, (352) 279-1253. new hitch, never used.
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt $14,000.$813-672-0470
from A-Z. Guaranteed TOYOTA 2004 Tundra dbl
qualitywork. Your place cab, SR 4x2, 4 V8, 10K
Sor. mine. Call Rob mi, Silver Sky, tow pkg,
813-610-1535 CD/stereo, bedlnr, war-
When you read Classified ranty, x cond. $23,500
it's. HELLO...GOOD BUY Chris 813-837-5570

CASH TODAY! 630 HaSS Duty
For Cars, Trucks & v.i I eavy Duty
.Running Or N .:.t CHEVY 1 -'; C, c'i 21 2
813-728-7979 ton BI,-. nei iirC..,
S 1 1 ..| 4: i nhni bidlr-ner
i R627 utility M FM c ti. Lat r
i "" | Trailers I 14 ,.1. 44 .1 4 ? 1.4
16' STOCK TRAILERS DODGE]19 6RAI.:CHAP-
gooseneck Titan trailer R 3 n" r2" y
2900nn n08n a.,r.So utuily. iAult.o
2900. .wBD. 3-.00c. ,cl. 10 .,11.,
(352) 628-4121 MU.;t G 863 6--4. 120

16' Tandem axle lawn Ford 1990 F150 Lariate-
maintenance/utility Red, runs g .power
-trailer w/ramp, like windows, bi-fingual.
-new. $1000 obo. $1800. 38
813-504-1739 813-389-1720
6' 2002 Gooseneciat FORD 1996 1 ton Flatbed
Z6 2002 Gooseneck Flat- w/ "side s,8 A A 4n- ,
-bed, 210 ton axles, tool- w/9i'dm,-., 4 '
. box, ramps, disc brakes, 813-986 -1233
maill oics. $5000. "
.'813-731-7500.
6.5 x 16 customenclosed FORD 2000 F250 Diesel s/
trailer, tndm axle stroke, fully loaded, su-
'doors t finishedaex- Just serviced, new tires
tras $350.813-713.-488 $17,500 813-363-2361
S1 Ford 2003 F250 Super
6x12x2 Never used- 15 Duty ext nded cab XL,
wheel w/gate $825 shor' e au
Used 6x16x3 tandem short bed auto pwr
$800. Others avail. obo $-6116900

Trailer Hallmark FORD 2005 F350 XLT, SD
ccrew cab ,power stroke;
close, 8 1/2 x 24 dual .... 600 mi
axle, eectnric brakes, un- trkmleesl In
der 2500 miles, $4000. C",(_asOnfll r "
813-451-7944 ........-2-...
1 Trucks Light 6308B4Drie
629 Duty Irie

CHEVROLET 1998 C.. .. CHEVY 1995 truck, ext
Shortbad, V"-6,Cold air cab excellentcondition.
& automatic. Show $7D4. 813-967-582
room fresh. $4000. 1-74-850.
.622-6892or 843-6560 FORD 1988 F-150, 4WD
.- STD, mission, 50K mi.
Chevy 1964 Apadhe on rebuilt motor, me-
6 Cylinder, older but runs chanicall good bod
good! standard shift. fair. $2,500 81F3.84-8558
$900.813-416-9100. FORD 1990 F-150 4X4,
CHEVY 1995 PU. 4.3L, 13 7546590COP
excellentshape.- .S .-038 -
813-677-6967 CLASSIFIED
S -.* -." :, IS CONVENIENT


I 3 1j4-Wheel
630B Drive

FORD 2000 F250 106K mi.
5.4 V8, 4x4, alum. tool
box & bed cover, good
cond. orig owner
$14,500 813-982-2093
FORD 2004 F250 Lariat,
6.0 diesel, ext cab FX
4x4, Rhino liner, 34K mi.
$29,000. -850-602-0676

GMC 1986 High Sierra 350
motor, 400 auto 9" lift,
9.00 military tires. Runs
good, needs work.
2000.813-982-9104
16311 Vans I
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor,
power ramp, 17,000
miles. Call for more in-
formation 727-492-1630

Dodge '96 Ram Van
67K miles. $2500.
Call 813-254-4222.
Ford 1990 E350 17' box
truck. New engine, new
tires, exc condo, ready to
work. $5000
813-416-8699
FORD 2002 WINSTAR Sil-
ver, PW, PL, CD, VCR.
Good cond.Upto 65K mi.
warranty. Best Offer.
813-920-5572
FORD 2003 Windstar LX,
Blue, 7 pass., rear AC,
34,800 mi., New tires &
brakes, $11,450.
813-661-9049
Honda 2002 Odyssey EXL
Under 40k, Ilhr, DVD,
nav, 6CD, new Michel-
ins, garaged, must see!
$19,999.941-809-9693
KIA 2002 SEDONA 65,000
mi White Auto., 2 WD, 6
Cyl. $10,400, fMust Sell
(813) 843-7813

LINCOLN 2003 Navigator
$5000 below retail. Blue
w/Dove Lthr Loaded.
80K Hwy Mi. Must See!
$22,850 727-409-7848
MAZDA 1993 MPV Light
Metallic Brown, 150K mi,
exc cond. No AC. $1400.
813-727-8687

PLYMOUTH 1999 Grand
Voyager SE fully loaded,
dual air, CD plyr immac.
cond low mi $6400dbo.
Call CB 813-873-1227
Toyota 1998 Sienna XLE,
Great condition. Dual
AC PW, PD,CD,V6,105K
miles. $8900 obo:..
813-355-2145 610-i757
TOYOTA 1998 Sienna LE,
93K Ti Red. Giraed.
One Owner. GGur CiCori..,
17,0110. No. a De: ier
j c.9,)47.?;.(,
SSpoilrt Utility
6I3 I Vehicles

CHEVY 1999 SUBURBAN
4.4. Blait leather, AC.
qo rd ,id. io .l,o rlncw.
[4,1 tuQ tire iS 50r .
..:.t .c all 913.47. 2l.15
Chevy 1999 Surburban LT
Ithr, front & rear A/C, all
p wr, tow pkg, keyless,
C, 89K mi., exc. cond.
$11,500.813-269-8765
CHEVY 2002 Traililazj r
LS, 4WD, V6 Loaded,
Blue, 50Kmi, New tires,
Mint Cond. $14,500,
Must see! 813-951-7571
DODGE 1999 Durango SLT
Plus. 4x4, leather, rear
air low miles, exc. cond.
$8995. 813-968-6111 or
813-453-5071 -.. ..
ESCALADE 2002 EXT
Beige in/out. 55k easy
miles, loaded, very nice.
Below book $32,500.
813-713-5488
FORD 1991-Explorer 6
Sy,I 4 door exc cond,
icttow& utility trailer,
i4500 obo. 813-223-5312
after 5:30 p.m.
FORD 1996 Explorer,
Green, Very Clean, Ga-
rage-Kept, Brand New
Tires, BetBattery;124K
$4,500 obo813-215-6586
FORD -1997; Expedition,
Eddie Bauer, loaded,
113K miles. good cond,
runs great $6,000 obo.
.. Call 813-340-2082
Ford 2002 Eddie Bauer,
60K ml, leather,- sun-
roof 3rd seat all opts.,
ext warr., 1- owner.,
$17,700.813-368-4593 -
GMC 2000 Yukon XL CD,
Srear AC, third row, 90k
mi, leather, 17,900
813-267-6582
813-754-8550
HUMMER 2003 H2, Bur-
gundy, 65K mi, BIG FUN
with rots of extras, 3 roof
- mounted chrome train
horns, Make This buggy
a BLAST, 727-744-8070
$29,900.
Hummer 2003 H2, Pewter,
45K mi., exc. cond., load-
ed, camera srs, prem;
sound Ithr seats, all
wr. $35,300. Must see.
CaMl727-510-3366
INFINTI 1998 QX4 4WD,
Auto, Tan Lthr Int. CD
Chgr, Sunrf, 120K hwy
mi.New Tires. Must Sell
$8700 813-215-5538
ISUZU 2001 Rodeo LS 42K
mi~ Auto, V6, White,
Grey Int, Like New Cond.
Family outgrew, $9,500
OB00 813-926-9493
Want Ads


Sport Utility
632' Vehicles

ISUZU 2001 Rodeo. 36K.
Auto. AllI P r & Cruise.
CD. Nrew Tirei. $i11000
$1 500 under retati.
8i l 9'3 (.961l-3362
JEEP 1994 Cherokee SE
Auto NewA/CSystem&
Headliner, Idts of op-
tions $2,499 Call
613-949-4462
Jeep 1998 Grand Chero-
kee Ltd, 4 WD, 11lk mi,
Blk/lthr, tint, sunroof,
tow pkg, CD DVD TV.
$8400obo. 813-389-1091
JEEP 2002 WRANGLER X
Ed; Champagne, 20K mi,
auto, air like new.
$15,500
813-264-9760
JEEP 2003 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, 4x4, Loaded,
28k miles, Perfect
Condition! $15,900.
813-948-6045
JEEP 2003 Liberty Sport,
24K mi silenceralarm x
cond, Pewter Grey, V6,
great gas mi. $14,000
813-672-1995 309-2845
KIA 1999 SPORTAGE, Ex-
cellent condition. Load-
ed 88K miles, cold AC,
$4600 obo. 352-585-1111

'LEXUS 1997 LX 450 WHITE
Original owner, garage
kept, new tires excellent
condition. 92K $15,900
Must See (813) 299-4374
LEXUS 2000. LX 470 Orig
owner, 92K hwy mi prem
whis & stereo, champa-
gen/tan, immaculate.
$26,000 813-830-1997
LEXUS 2002 LX470 100K
mi Warr/62 K mi, Load-
ed, Slvr Metllc w/Gray
Lthr. 7 psgr New Mich's.
$33,495727-520-9110
NISSAN 2001 XTERRA SE
with sunroof, loaded,
automatic.
$12,995
Call (727)244-5399
NISSAN 2005 Pathfinder
SE, Bose stereo, sunrf,
like new, dark gray,
15,700 mi. 23 mpg,
$26,900 813-662-1131
SUZUKI 2003 XL-7 50,000
mi Beige, Auto., 2 WD, 6
Cyl. $14,300
(813) 713-6511

TOYOTA 2iuu2 Hiqhiander
4 (yi, Leatier. 5Silver. aii
power. Roof Rackl.
44.500 I 7.900r
313 i681. N7919ilm- VOLVO 2004 XC90 AWD.
Black w. Grey Ithr intr.
full rpouwr, moon root.
ISK rrm i $29.995.
727.4S7 6406 -.
SScooters &
633 1Mopeds

Island Hopper Motonrzed
tiicie Engme ine Sa.j
on -ja. ,l Mtorc:' yov'ur
,,,iycle 30mph, 200MPG.
l.6,5727'a 212u2;
634 Go Carts I
GO KART 6.5HP, big tires
1 yr old, needs new pull
cord tune-up, looks
new cost$900, sell $399
obo 813-810-8533.
| 635 |1 Motorcycles |
BIGDOG 2005 Bulldog like
new, w/extras, under
warranty, perfect cond
$28,000OBO
1a 813-748-2118t
BMW 2003 K1200RS, 5K
miles, side bags, tank
bag, tail bag, heated
seats & grips, cruise ctrl,
$11,900.813-645-8881
Harley 1990 ElectraGlide,
great looking, great
sbuhdin, qgre-it run.
*ning. ',,lu. 'e $1i .
E 13892-58710
Harley 2003 Dyna. Wide
Glide. l,ak. 1001th Anrniv
.iage I V.l, accr-.Scries..
5 ;r warr. EC .on, ,47j00I
mi. 13.500 727-4J?-3154
HARLEY 2003 Sportster
H 1200 Lots of Chrome
Many Extras, 5.5K, Wife
won t ride, Must Sell.
$8,500 obo 813-926-9278
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2004
DEUCE 1,600 miles Like
NewI garaged, extras,
not a scratch. $17,000.
(813) 657-6269
HARLEY 2:'4 CvO Lmid
Ed Screarn-ri Eaglie.
Deuce., eliliwv, 1200
. made 155ijcc.c60 mile-..
Serious ri. $21.900ij b:i
8ll-'i6622 38
HARLEY 2005 883 LOW
Sierra Red, 3,500 mi, like
new, garage kept, lots of
chrm & access. $9,200
FIRM 813-681-860
HARLEY-WIDE GLIDE 95
"cyclone" whis rev-tech
brk, hyper- chger...
perf.cond 24K mi
$10,900 (863) 255-3684
HONDA 2002 CR-125 good
condition, $3500. OBO.
813-754-2346 or
813-817-6149
KAWASAKI 2005 VULCAN
Blue, 500cc, 1100 miles,
like new, garage kept.
.Must see! Save on as!
$4600 4813-598-0998
Suzuki 2000 1200 Bandit,
$4500 obo. New tires
Chain, Holeshot Exhaust
Saddle bags, 12K mi.
Must see! 813-763-1649

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I 635 Motorcycles
WANTED Sport Br e. Any
year any cond. We p.i
casn. Top Ut Will pch
up Sale's berv Part .
A.8 813-.628-4;7;
THROTT LE FACTOR
YAMAHA 1983 MAXIM
400, great tbeinner
bike. runs great. $llQ
0obo. C'all Ray
813-661-0326
Yamaha 2004 1100 V-Star
Classic Silverado edi-
tion loaded. Like new!
3,00 miles $8000
81 727-4555
2003 Haulmark MT712LH
B/P enclosed cargo
trailer. Set up for 3
motorcycles. Less than
500 mi. use. Dozen tie
downs & security locks.
$4200,813-855-5553
S636 Golf Carts
GOLF CART, Privately
Owned w/ auto charger,
windshield, enclosure,
headlights, exc cond,
$1875813-300-0114

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
I6371ATVs I
ATV 2005, 110 cc shaft
drive 4 cycle, 3 speed +
reverse, electric start,
$1,099. 352-854-7279

ATV, 4 cycle, electric,
start, 3 spd & reverse
110 cc, 2 cyl 2005, noi
used, $995 32-854-7,279
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT
Polaris 1996 Explorer.
runs good, runs strong.
p ush button 4WD low'&
igh, automatic. $1800
.813-917-0469
POLARIS 400 -Explorer,
liquid cooled, gun mt &
racks, very low mileage,
exc cond garage kept.
$3500.813-677-6270
Yamaha 2001 Banshee,
looks & runs excellent,
has DMC pipes, very
- fast, adult owned.$3500
1 813-477-4893
2002 Yamaha Blaster
Great Condition. Blue,
Low Hours.$1800
813-334.4451

New 4 wheelers. 110 cc
tl0i5.200 cc $875. 15I1
cc $1375.3.2-754 1003.
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Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
BUICK 1987 Regal Turoj.:. T
Type, new motor, turbo,
rims, A/C, alarm all re-
ceipts; possible Trade or
OBO $9000 813-431-2519
CADILLAC 1984 EI:Dorado
S79K Mi, MUSTSEE!
Like New Cond. Orig Own-
- er, Sunroof $8,000 obo
813-634-7951
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.813-920-5083
CHEVY 1996 Impala SS
super charged, LT4,
black, $50K invested,
S941-809-1055

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


Classic |49n Automobiles
644 Antique 49 For Sale
S Vehicles CADILLAC 1999 EIDorado
FORD 1[26 MODEL T Exc. Cond. Full Power:,
TOURING. Matcri.na Silver/Grey Lthr,b42K Mi,
numbers. title. neEd. 3o000 obo
i,.rl.. A.king $4,2UU. 83-d77-5471
Call(813)633-2332 CADILLAC 2001 DHS,
FORD'1955 Thunderbird white diamond, fully
,auto, 292 V8, original loaded, mint con .
w/both tops! Black w/warranty.$16,500.
w/blk & wht int. $30K 813-925-1367
obo. 813-478-3108 Cadillac 2005 STS Silver,
FORD -1957 Skyliner Re- 700 miles. Nav system
tractable Cony. V8 AC, 3 On-Star, full lo d.
speed great share Must sell $,63,000 obo.
$26,506 ( 13)651-191 813 766-6427
Chevy 1995 Corsica, 73k


FORD 1958 Skyliner,
retractable hard top,
new int. red & white,
beautiful car! $24,000
obo. 813-571-0125
JAGUAR 1969 XKE Road-
ster, 46 588 mi., re-
stored, $29000
(813) 651-1910

MUSTANG 1967, PS, PB,
Beautiful Red Paint,
White Int, Front End,
Brakes replaced $10,000
obo 813-925-8062
OLDSMOBILE 1971 442
Convertible. Red, 455 w/
325hp NOM, auto, buck-
ets/console, AC, orig.
wht int. & top. $21,900
obo.813-961-9388
PORSCHE 1973 911 S
Cams Webers fuel cell,
P-Zero's, Lots more
Needs some bod work.
$8000 OBO 813-960-4609
Ron's Auto Restoration
1929-2000, Full & Partial
Rust repair & complete
paint. 727-533-8970

1 Automobiles
649 For Sale

1990 ACURA INTEGRA Po-
lice Impound! Only
$585! MustSell. For List-
ings 1-800-749-8116, Ext.
7169
ACURA 1999 TL Cham-
pagne/ tah Ithr. 85K mi.
mint cond. ext wrnty
.100k mi. $9800
(813)684-4354
ACURA 2002 3.2TL, Grey,
Lthr interior Auto,
Loaded, A/C, CD, Bose
stereo, Mfg warranty.
$13,700.813-313-6338
ACURA 2003 3.2TL Stvypn
a navti i lKbOR. great
c'rid. 4i)kmi. ltnrnrit 6 CD
cfgr. 622 500 o o Musi
zefl 813-7d5-4538
AUDI 20',01 A6, adult
uwntid. 14k orig miles.
garage kept. loaded,
pri00i0r,. Sih-r. $?22k

BMW 198 735, BlaCk
SOll itllhr. SR. all pwr.
am im CD, Only 113K
mi.,E ,: cond. inside out!
,iJS95oc. 6l13 240 7777
BMW 1995 ?7J. Cnam-
pagne,. c condo. i:e3n.
new tires sryli rrims.
$9,995 obo
813-948-8080
BMW 1997 328i convert-
ible, 38K orig mi, just
serviced & in great
shape! $18,300
813-626-8534
BMW 199& 7401L
Black/beige 67K miles,
loaded/roof, 6-disc CD,
new tires, $15,900.
813-220-4488
BMW 1999 3 Series 323CI,
convertible, 2 door,
white w/tan leather in-
terior. 5 speed manual.
J4S miles E'r, cond.
Musts 4..14.00 'OBO
M-F SI3.? 5.944,:1 after
riri call s13-716Ot,0)56
BMW 2000 'M' Roadster
'Millenium Edition'-
Black Metallic/Black
/Grey, all available bells
& whistles, 33K,.orig
owner mi, BMW main-
tained, ext'd warranty,
gar kept very nice vehi-
cle, $23K. 727-7233177
BMW 2001 325, 4.door;
Black/Tan, great conidi-
tibn$14,500 obo. Call
786-859-9669 /
813-310-9911
BMW M3 2003 SMG 16,000
mi Silver Coupe- BLK
INT. SUN ROOF. $45,900
(941)447-9453

BMW 2003 M3 CONVERT-
IBLE, 10600 mi., SMG2,
nav. all extras, Silver,
Black leather interior.
$49,950.813-333-1074
BMW 2004 530 loaded,
low mi, Grey.black on
grey exc cond, assum-
able l lease at$6/mo or
purch $45,300 Call Dave
813-251-9072 310-9911
BMW'2006'3301 3,400 mi,
Black W/Tan Leather,
Auto, Sport and Luxury.
Pkgs. Nav, Sat, loaded
$4,950, Must See (813)
380-6558
BUICK J989 Park' Avenue
Looks and runs great
white with beige vinyl
top,.132K mi, A/C needs
work.$975.813-961-6671.
BUICK 1999 LeSabre
exceptionally clean,
good.cond 69,000 miles.
$5100.813-780-8175

CADILLAC1996SLS
94K mi, Leather V-8
Northstar Loaded, $5,399
813-477-0685
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today Classified section!


miles, cold AC, AT, new
tires, brakes, battery,
alternator, runs great
$2990.813-685-8971.
CHEVY 1997 CAMERA, 5
spd, green, 71K mi., new
A/C, non smoker, very
well maintained. $4,500.
Call 813-684-9314 -
CHEVY 2000 Cavalier, 12k
miles, great shape, very
clean, gas efficient, for
$5500.813-839-7590

CHEVY 2003 CORVETTE,
26K mi 50th Anniversa-
ry Edition, only 4,000
made. $40,000
Tel (727)864-4605
or(941)704-9899
CHRYSLER 2000 Sebring
LXI, 2 door, 43k mi,
leather seats, V6, excel-
lent cond, moon roof,
$7500.813-740-2313 .
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FORD 1991 Crown Victo-
ria, runs good, cold air,
new tires, many.:new
parts. $1300 obo
813-968-9442
FORD 1995 Crown Victo-
ria LX, white, fully load-
ed, extras, highly main-
tained, easy road miles.
$3200. OBO Call for de-
lid," 813-633 .0;7S6
FORD 1995 Escort. ne
owner. 69k miles.. very
goo00d mrianical condo.
tlon. runs good, $1200
obo. 813-932-512J.
FORD 1999 TAURUS SEL.
green. 6cyl. cold AC. e..:
c rdittln, all power.
spc.,ier. "unroof $4.100
13-653 1754 .'4i4-569
FORD 20')3( MUSTANG
Couue V6. auictidelut-.
pkg, reen tan interior
l.l" rri, $41000
61 :i96239`6
FORD 2000 Mustang
C ro n v e rat i b I e1
-l 3610 6754

98 FORD EFPEDlTiON Po
I;ce impound' Only 1 S95
Fi..r liitinqgs :all
I uO 749 l-8l16. E..[
51:12
HONDA 1991 Civic 2 Dr
hatchback,-gas. saver,
runs'good, new T-belt,
brakes tune up, noA/C,
$1450.813-361-7127-
1992 HONDA ACCORD P.
ce iTimpourid' Oniv $S5)
Must Sell Nov': For Lit-
irigsC)ll Il ti0 749 .Slli .
E, 4880
Honda 1992 A,:c)rd. $550'
PluiIc Iicrn uni-ur '
F,:ir Jlsing:
i00 749 16;. .':7.52

HONDA 1995 ACCORD E\
135K. Black,4dr. Aut' .4
Cyl. .sunro.rjf. alloy
e-1 :.. ABS. $3.u00
i'lnl' A35'9831
1995 HONDA CIVIC Orniv
$i0 Po.lire impound.
For Listings call
18 a00 749 Slt. E C4 76
HONDA 1995 CiviC. auo..
A/C, 1o-pro whIs, runs
great, needs minor
cosm. $2,100 OBO.
Call 813-300-9915
HONDA 1995.Brelude Si,-
'low mi; Red w/Black int,
" CD, 5spgd, new paint,
runs great. $4900. Cal
813-545-6535 .
HONDA 1996 ACCORD LX
-Black, 4 door, 98K mi,
Cold' A/C, Runs Good.
$4500 obo 813-758-6039

HONDA 1999 Accord LX
4dr, alarm sys, alloy
whis, new tires, prem.
$8250.813-220-2824


V6, 4DR, andto, 51K mi.
HO4DA 260f1S-2000
ConvSilerstone, red Ithr
int. Alloy wha s fully loads
ed garage kept 8900mi

rHONDA 2002 Accord EX
V6, 4DR, auto, 51K mi.
; silver, $15,000 obo.
813-431-7986

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LI4 Automobiles
4 For Sale

HYUNDAI 2000 Accent, re-
cently serviced, approx
65,500 mi, Gold, auto,
w I, AC CD plyr.
4,60 bo8.3-67-923
HYUNDAI 2003 ELANTRA,
champagne, 21K mi, au-
to, all power, sunroof,
still under warranty,
$7,899obo 813-454-7433
INFINITI 1996130
Bel ge, snrf, Ithr, loaded,
33 mi like new, $7950.
813-855-6708 300-7137
2000 Infinity 130 BIk
w/Gray Lthr, Auto, All
Pwr, 150K Hwy Mi. Exc.
Condition. $8200
813-334-4451
INFINITI G35 2004 37780
mi. Sunrf, Aero Pkg.
Hmlink Sys. Lthr, Semi-
Auto. Warr. Fully Load-
ed, Mint Cond. $28500
obo 813-956-9338
INFINITI 2004 SX45
Sports pkg, 23K miBlk4
dr P/W, P/L, AC, -disc
CD, GPS, cruise P/S
$36,000.813-417-9297
JAGUAR 2000 XK8 con-
vertible, 52Kmi., gray,
2-dr, blk-rooffassports
car luxurious ride.
$26k. 352-307-3983
JAGUAR 2004 XJ8, White
with Beige Ithr, full pwr,
moon roof, 20" chrome
whis, new tires 34K mi
$34,995.727-457-6406
Kia 2004 Spectra LS, auto,
4 dr, all pwr, 24K mi, like
new. Great mpg, CD, tint-
ed, cruise afloys full '
warr. $8250 813-962-1376
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT
Lexus 1995 SC400 107K,
pearl wht Ithr int., new
tires, sunroof; 12 disc
CD good cond. $6800.
813-962-0921/310-1288
Lincoln 1992 Continental
***$1,295***
107K miles Air Loaded,
Real Nice Car!
St Pete (727)341-2726
LINCOLN 1993'Mark VIII
96K orig. mi. Loaded,
Runs Well. CD, Cold A/C.
$3300 813-383-3614

Lincoln 1995 Mark VIII,
auto, fully loaded, sun-
roof. Tarn Ieatner & Pearl
Green. $31350 OBO.
513 99;7 306
Lincoln 1997r To, inrar.
like nwrv in arid riut. 33k
m;, white w burgundy
vinyl top. write Ithr Inr[.
$121 .8i13833'2377
Lincoln 19I Conritenral
Iv,.ry Mk tall;c. 54,, Mi.
tlew Tires. Brakes& Bat
tnry. Like New. $10O.900..
SlI3-961.77ASI -
LINCOLN 2004 Towncar
Ultimate :18,200 miles,
full factory warr., moon-
roof, memory & heated
seats,.premium stereo
all options! New $47,600-
Sell $23500 813.220.5204
MERCEDES 1988 560SL,
White w/tan leather int,
hard & newsofttops, Al-
pine stereo w/rear spkr
system, chrome wheels,
a must see @ $14 995.
Call 813-245-907
MERCEDES-BENZ 1991
500SL 72,000 mi, Light
Blue convertible with
hard top, Auto.great
Condition, $12,000
(813)282-8132
CLASSIFIED WORKS -
MERCEDES-BENZ 1997
500SL, Silver, 54k, air
bags, abs, ac, ps, cc, tilt,
lthr, p/seats, p/win-
dows, pdl, p/mirrors,
perfect cond garage
ket $28K o (813)

MERCEDES 1999 C230K
Beige/Tan Exc. Cond'.
20 + mpg. 80K mi. $9750-
813-714-1079

MERCEDES 2005 230C
Kompressor Sport
1500mi, loaded, $27,500.
Still smells new!!.
813-249-6851 M-F 10-5
MERCURY 2000 Sable LS
.premium, all power,
leather, alloys, 25-29
mpg, excellent. $5400
obo. 813-918-8843.
MITSUBISHI 1997 Eclipse
RS, black auto, sunrf,
alarm, CD, cold AC,
130KD runs fantastic,
$3250 813-731-3440
NISSAN 1995 300ZX cony,
blk/blk 42K, upgraded
stereoequalizer/sub-
woofer, mint cond.,
$13,900.813-220-4488
NISSAN 1997 Sentra GXE,
great gas mileage, auto,
S4dri RAC, PS, PW, PDL,
cruise $2800 obo.
813-239-2699
Nissan 2001 Maxima GLE,
47k mi 26mpg, wht/
beige Ithr, Bose, newer
tires $14,499obo. Exc
cond. 727-525-8045 -
NISSAN 2004 350Z-Tour-
ing Roadster Conv, fully
loaded, 19K mi, silver
/blue top;-exc cond
,-$29,900 813-961-2864
O.LDS 1992 88, good me-
cbabical, Took good,
cold air, $1500.
813-659-1879.
OLDS 1996 CIERA 65,000
mi, Beige, show room
cond. Sedan, Auto., 2
WD, 6 Cyl. $3,700 Must
See (813) 949-5174


I40 Automobiles
649 For Sale

OLDS 1996 CUTLASS
CIERA, V6, 75K miles
clean in and out, good
cond. $2,000
813-362-2588

Olds 1997 LLS
fully loaded, excellent
cond. 90K mi., $5800.
813-875-5617, 835-1554
OLDS 1998 Aurora Exc.
Cond. 99k mi. Peari/Tan
Lthr HomeLink 4 Wheel
Anti-Skid Lock, 10CD,
Moonrf Keyless. Dual
A/C. $7750 813-888-9502
OLDSMOBILE 1995 Eighty
Eig ht, new Grn paint,
auto, Ithr, 100K mi exc
cond. $2500.
813-727-8687
Oldsmobile 1996 88 LS,
super clean in out, over
& under! 86K Florida
driven miles. $3900,
$1200 below blue book
value 813-634-6032
Pontiac 1996 Grand AM
136K mi., coupe, auto,
grtA/C, newtires &
rakes, new muffler.
$1,900. Must go. Teacher
driven. Runs great. Ask
for Mike 813-453-6653
PONTIAC 1999 Firebird,
V6 69K mi, new tires,
800w stereo w/subs, du-
al exh pewter $7795obo
813-240-7434 962-2395
SAAB 2001 Viggen Con-
vertible, Manual, -Ext
Fact Warty 41.5K, Beau-
ty, $21,506 firm. Joan
727-733-3655 Dunedin
SATURN 2002 SL, 4dr,
5spd, cold AC, CD,
fm/am,51K mi, garkept
must sell $4600 obo Call
CB813-872-8536
SUBARU 1992 Legacy,
4dr, Sspd, good condi-
tion, $1200 obo. Call
-813-264-6106 486-5520

SUBARU 2001 Outback
Limited exc. cond. 1
owner, 87K hwy mi. 2.5L
Fl 4cy I auto, dual
moonrfs alloys all pwr
many extras, $14,500,
813-362-4788
TOYOTA 1990 Camry,4dr
120K mi, converted AC,'
auto, 20-32mpg, great
in/out $1850 ooo. Seri-
ous inq. 813-494-1821 .
TOYOTA 1993 CAMRV
Station Wagon. Green. 3
seats, sunroof.e.c me
cnanical conoilirn.
$2.0. (11 31431 -3145
Toyota 1999 Corolla.
Good condition. 1i-K
mi. A C.,autn, greatgas
mileage Original Owner.
$340in Call 613672-286i.
-TOYOTA 2100 CAMRt CE
iuiuc-.-4ar.eI-oa AC.
LOADED' mlh' mi. I uowir-
er. $rj,30081i -843-4441
'TOYOTA 2000 CEIICA.
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dorer: S. Dover Rd 6 Downing St.
659-2600

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 F. laura St.
~52- "389
Ifount Olire: 1113 W. Madison t51
Mount Olire: Horton Rd, "3"-2628

APOSTOLIC
.4samblea Apostolica:
1501 Colson Rd, '3"-3496
Apostolic Church
of Jesus Christ:
1212 I: Reynolds. 1"-5130

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: Pinerrest Rd,
lithia. 685-4210
Bethanr: 9804 Harney Rd,
Thonolosassa, 986-5")1
Calrarr Fellowship:
1110 V. Gordon St. '52-5005
Doter First: SR 5"4 6 Pettie Rd,
689-0313
Faith temple: 1-1 at Hillsborough-
Polk County line, 52-0532
Faith lighthouse.
3409 5R39 V. 52-1885
first Plant Citi:
Charlie Griffin Rd.
IW of SR 9 5, "52-3351
Fort. lafia: Corner of South Huy.
39
4 Suiller Rd, ".3"-4656
Kei stille. SR 640. "3- 4803
flount Zion.
1.1 at fhonolosassa Rd. '52-1614
Pleasant drla- e'
Iurker Creek Rd. -3"-3529
I ictori IWorship (enter:
Counns line Rd. "541-6089
Sidney: Sitlnuei Rd. 1.'1l0 i F
of Sliduesi-Dater Rd. 659-0532
furkerv reek:
Inrkei (reek Rd. "54 3j"-2
BAPTIST
lhava: furkte (reek Rd.
\. of SR60. '3"-3"39
lafi/a Baptist:
222 .Injia ti urch Rd. 634-8845
Intioch: Horton Rd. -3' .3240
Berea: RJ 39 S. "3"- 1232
Betlhan: Cork Rd. "52-9209
Bethel: 804 If. Renfro St. '54-
2239
Benlah. 4lien 6 (ountr line Rd.
lithia. "-3- 122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd., 52-
28-5
Burchu'ood temple:
Euclld Dr C SR 5-". "52-3"82
(al/arn'y ree IKill:
3539 Frapnell Rd f.
Cedar Grove: E. Kersville Rd. "3"-
1231
Central of 1thia:
Pinecrest & h'eysrille Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook. '52-3"40
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Ale, '51-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 5. Pinecrest.
"3"-1211
Dorer Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church, 2820 Gallagher,
5"1-8200
Dorer First: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St.
'54-2681
East Thonolosassa: McIntosh
& Knights-.Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. '"54-6661
First Baptist Church of Midway:
Midway Rd. "52- '209
First Baptist lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
lithia-Pinecrest Rd. "3"-1121
First Plant City:


503 A. Palmer, -52-1104
First Thonotosassa Sitssionars:
Miclntosh Rd, 986-4'56
HIarmon. Baptist Church:
6008 If. Knights Griffin Rd.
986-.165
Hopeuell: SR 39 S. "3"-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy.
'52-19-2
lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
"52-2006
lone Oak: lone Oak Rd, '54- 52"8
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &-Johnson S1, "54-439'
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2012 Colson Rd, '3"-1190
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball St.
'51-3831
New Hope Freeuwill
Baptist church :
3101 Sydney Doter Rd.. Dover
New MI lion Freewill:
3011 Daniels Rd.. '52-3985
Aorthside:
1'00 A. Franklin St. "52-2"9
Oakuood: Airport Rd. -52-5499
Plant (ity Primithe:
509 V. frers St. 51-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Furker Creek Rd. *'3-2.556
Shiloh Baptist Church:
9051i Terrace Dr.. "-5-'1-I5
Springhead: .5. Wiggins Road.
-51 48'9
St. luke ilissionar-':
108 S. Warnell St. 554-1992
St. Itary's Freeiuill:
Hunter C Warren St., "51i68.5
St. IMan .Iissionarn.
1804 SR 60E.. -3"-3668
St. Itart's Coiontinnilt Church:
90" F. Inaura St. "54-1616
Sidnei: 1510 Cre Rd. 659-1502
Inrke- reek Conimmunilit
Baptist (hurcl,:
544" turke' (reek Rd.
813 "3- 1224
lurkes -r reek first:
Irapneil Rd. "52- '890
1 ictori llissionari- Maki Rd
WTelcome Baptist: 11308 IWelcome
Church St. (8131 -3--2288
festside: 2503 ff. Granjield lie.
-52-1150
Whileburst Rd:
901 A. Whiteuhnrst Rd. '54-5405

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little I union:
15510 County Rd 39. lilhia.
634-4"51
Salem Primitiae:
14402 Salem Church Rd., Sydnet

CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 A. alexanderr St.
'52-8251

CHURCH OF CHRIST
NV. Wilder Rd: 938 V. Wilder Rd.
-52-2"71
Cork: Cork Road., 52-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. laura St.
'52-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd, '51-1485

CHRISTIAN
(Disciples ol Christ)
First: 2108 bhonotosassa Rd.
"52-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
Mclntosh Rd, N of SR 574-

CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. laura St

CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland. Tenn )
Calvarv Community:
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St. 659-2900


Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd,
'52-4591
Turkey (reek: Furke; Creek Rd
at SR 60. "3'-1331
Thonatosassa:
I'02 A. Farlor Rd. 986-1916

CHURCH OF GOD
{Anderonri, indian3)
hingsuway first: 2808 Kinsua ,..
Seffner. 65"-'500
Plant CiI;. Grace Fellowship
'13 .lsobrook St. 361-8190
First: A. Gordon and Baker St,
"52. 638
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St

EPISCOPAL
St. Peter s: 301 ,. Cares St.
'52 5061

FULL GOSPEL
Destiny Church of Plant City
1112 ,\. gieeler St..
813-659-2181

HOLINESS
Delit erance Tabernacle:
808 fW. Grant t.
Refuge (burch of Our lord:
"28 If. Ball St.

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel tabernacle.
2311 Saminionds Rd. "54-3813
Restoration .Issetabli:
106 5. Erers St.
t angelisis jorJ esus
Iabernacle.
5R 5"4. E. of Do-er. 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Grouth (enter.
1311iS t',iannon. "19 2909
Covenant Bible (Church:
1408 E. loalin St, '51-1133
Deeper I ile Fclli c hip:
Stor ilia Rd. If of SR 39 1.
Retiral Outreach C (enter.
225 A. Dotei Rd. 061-2250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Aingdom Hall:
3202 A. Ilarland .lie. "52.
3345

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
church oJf.hsis Christ 1.DS:
1805 A. Park Rd. "52.6364

LUTHERAN
Hope IC IS: 2001 Park Bird.
-524 622
lord of life f1Ll:
2104 Mtud take Rd. '52-6061

NAZARENE
iWagoner Memorial:
2402 Stud lake Rd. '52-'863

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant Cit':
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. Mclin Are.
Full Gospel tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. 7'5-3843
Greater Lore Christian Center:
1109 A. Franklin St, 759-82'0
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School. 65'-'-914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. -64-0929
tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough Are,
751-26-1
lUnity Christ Church:
1911 V. Gordon St, 659-2624
Iouman s Praise and Worship
Center: .S5. 92 E


ORTHODOX
Holy Protection
Orthodox Church:
3820 Moores lake Rd, Dorer.
659-0123

PENTECOSTAL
Christian life .-ssembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 65"--1802
Greater Heights Family'
Worship Center:
3301 Clemons Rd. 75--"'088
tiling Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 5. Erers SI, "59-0528
Yeu Hope Worship Center:
803 I. Mafahone; St. '5. 6123

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's lake & Holiness
Church Rd. 659.1301
Church of the living God:
1102 fTier Vt. "5.-5840

PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant Citi:
110" Charlie Griffin Rd, '59-9383
First Presbyterian Plant Cit':
404 i:. Renuolds St. "52-1211

SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk uilth God llnistrs:
15140 SR 5'". Doter. 659.0930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST





SHILOH

BAPTIST

CHURCH
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Surda', at 9:00 a m.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a.mn. and 6-00 p.m.
Tuesday Night
Wornen', Scrapbookirn. Club
6:30pm
Wednesday Night Worship
6"1 "_, p.m.
Acti. il1.i-for CriiIrern
& Sluderiit": 6:00 p m.

Plant (itv: 2203 Strauberr' Dr.
"52-.4694

SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 It.Johnson Rd. "54-
5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark Inited Church:
2914 lithia-Pinecrest Rd.. lalrico,
685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Al.en Rd,
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St.
"54-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry SI,
659-3'18
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr.
"54-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd,
'52-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. laura St.
~57-6051
rhonotosassa: Fort King HNw at
Mistletoe Dr. 986-" 135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W. English
St. '52-9316


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Otijl 574 DoverI
Sunday Masses
7am 10:30am & 12 15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(OHti 14. Ewii 21 Souinhi
i813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
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Methodist Church
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God made \ou
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Sunday 10:30am
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First United

Methodist
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Plant Ciif
303 N. Evers Street
DoLwntow-n Plant City
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WORSHIP HOURS
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(Children AdultI
1100 am Traditional Worship In
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OFFERINGS


Hope Lutheran's new worship hours
The members of Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 N. Park Road, Plant City, announce that
effective Oct. 2 the Sunday worship schedule
will be as follows:
The new times are: Worship, 8 and 10:30
a.m.; Family Bible Hour, 9:15 a.m. Classes
available for ages 3 through adult.
For more information or directions, call the
church office at 752-4622.

Lord of Life calendar
Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 2104 Mud
Lake Road, plans the following events:
Oct. 4: Blessing of the Pets at 6:30 p.m. Peo-
ple are invited to bring their pets, large or small
to the church grounds. A photographer will be
available for pet photos. For further
information, call the church office afternoons
at 752-6064.
Oct. 29: Fall Festival, 4 to 8 p.m. Half of the
proceeds from this event will be donated to
help the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Thrivent
for Lutherans will be matching $1 for every $2
donated by Lord of Life as a result of this event.
Florida Blood Services will also have a Blood
Mobile on the grounds. Admission is free.
Oct. 30, Reformation Sunday. On this date
in 1517, Martin Luther posted 95 Theses (prop-
ositions) on the door of the Wittenberg Castle
Church as an invitation to debate the sale of
indulgences for forgiveness. That event sparked
a reform movement that eventually led to a
Lutheran church and separate denominations.
In addition to a "Reformation" focus in the
worship services on this day, the church will
also make and serve dinner to students at the
University of South Florida Chapel Center, fol-
lowed by joining with the students in a special
worship service.


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Funeral Home offers all types of
funeral arrangements, including pre-
need. For more information, please
call 813-717:9300. Serving families
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Regular worship schedule: 8:30 a.m.;
Contemporary Worship Service, 8:30 a.m.;
Christian Education Hour, 9:30 a.m.;
Traditional Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.
Call:, 752-6064 weekdays from 1 to 5 p.m.
Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104 W. Cason St.,
offers Sunday school for all ages on Sundays at
9 a.m.; Sunday worship services at 10:15 a.m.
and 6 p.m.; and Wednesday night worship at 6:
15. Activities for children and students start at 6
p.m. Call: 752-8345.
Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist Church, 14402 Salem
Church Road, meets Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Call:
752-9548.
American Indian Christian Church
The American Indian Christian Church of
Thonotosassa is open.
The church is sponsored by United Method-
ist Church of Thonotosassa. Worship in the
American-Indian tradition is offered in the fel-
lowship hall behind the church, 11905 Fort
King Highway in Thonotosassa. Call: Dock
Green Silverhawk, 754-8990.
Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational Divine Family Wor-
ship Center offers services Sundays at 11:15
a.m. at the Comfort Inn, 2003 S. Frontage Road.
Call: 643-8989.

Bible study program
The women's ministry of Bethany Baptist.
Church offers a Bible study, "Beloved Disciple:
The Life and Ministry of John," Wednesdays at
9 a.m.
Brunch will be served each week and child
care will be provided. The church is at 3409 N.
Cork Road. Call: 752-9209.


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