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Durant Takes On 'Streak'
Durant coach believes his team has a chance to beat
Brandon, whose wrestlers have not lost a dual
meet since 1973, a national record. See Page 24.


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ART AU(TION
An art auction to
benefit the needy in
Plant City is looking
for donations.


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As He Lay Dying, Victim Described Shooter


WIFE HEARD GUNSHOTS
ABOUT 6.A.M.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Law enforcement officials are
working on the theory that Bruce
White's killer targeted the well-
known strawberry farmer.
"Because of where the house is


located, jt leads us to believe that
it was someone going specifically
to that residence. Robbery was
not a motive," said Debbie Carter,
the Hillsborough County Sheriff's
Office public information officer.
"Whoever went there went look-
ing tu rhiat re-idence."
White's Durant Road farm cov-
ers more than 70 acres. His house
s sits on the south end of the


property, set back from the road
and can be accessed through two
dirt driveways.
Other family members live on
the property adjoining the farm,
and several trailers at the north
side of the drive are home to field
workers.
"His house is almost 1,000 feet
off the road," said White's long-
time friend Dewayne Bingham.


"You can't even see his house
from the hard road. Whoever did
it knew where he was going."
Friends and associates ofWhite
expressed shock and sorrow after
the Jan. 9 early morning shoot-
ing.
White, 61, operated a nursery
specializing in the production of
Camarosa strawberries at 6345
See VICTIM, Page 21


MATHISIN RACE
Mary Yvette Thomas-
Mathis wants to keep
her seat on the city.
commission.
PAGE 1

PASTOR PROFILE
The Rev. David Delph
of firsi Pre'byteriar,
Church is the latest
installment in our "In -
the Spirit" column.
PAGE 'A

NEW (OA(H
Kevin Kelley named
new football coach
at PCHS.
PAGE 24

INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE S


FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8


CROSSWORD
PAGE 26

CLASSIFIED
PAGE 1i






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Junior royals hold court
More than 300 friends and family and 120 contestants turned out for the Florida Strawberry Festival's 28th junior Royalty Pageant at the
Tomlin Middle School auditorium Jan. 7. Girls competed in four age classifications Baroness, ages 5 to 6; Duchess, ages 7 to 9; Princess,
ages 10 to 12; and Queen, ages 13 to 15. A winner, first maid and three court members were chosen in each group. Above, from left, the
winners Selena Berrios, baroness; Mekayla Cook, princess; Alexandra Watkins, queen; and Drew Knotts, duchess. More photos, Page 14.



MLK Jr. Festival Celebrates The Colors Of Freedom'


MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY MARKS
FESTIVAL'S 20TH ANNIVERSARY

By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Nolan Harris, an original member of the
Tuskegee Airmen, will be the special guest at
this year's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Cultural


Arts Festival opening ceremony, slated for entire community. It is truly a red, white and
Jan. 12. blue celebration of freedom for all the peo-
"Our theme this year 'Celebrating the ple. ceremony will begin at 5:30
Colors of Freedom' brings a patriotic and The opening ceremony will begins at 5:30
all-inclusive concept to this celebration," said p.m. at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Recrea-
William Thomas, the spokesman for the tion Center, 1601 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
William Thomas, the spokesman for the Blvd.
Improvement League of Plant City, the even- Blv Jan. 13, high school and middle school
t's organizer. "African-American history is sOn Jan. 13, high school ai-asd ddle scaho
everyone's history. This festival is a commu- step teams will oash p and
nity event and has been embraced by the See MLK, Page 21


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Mathis To Run Again


COMMISSIONER SEEKS
3RD FULL TERM
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
City Commissioner Mary
Yvette Thomas-Mathis has
announced her candidacy to
retain her seat on the city
commission.
"I want to do what I do, and
strive to do it better," Thomas-
Mathis said on Monday. "This
is a hard-working commis-


sion. A great team to work
with. And I want to contribute
my share on the
commission." -
Thomas- .
Mathis' announ- ..
cement and her
eventual filing W
with the city will
make her eligible
for the April 4 Mathis
election. Thus Mathis
far there is no one who has
announced they would run
against her. But the filing win-
dow is Feb. 13-17.


"During the next three years
we will be facing many issues
related to growth and devel-
opment," Thomas-Mathis
said. "We have already spent a
lot of time on the commission
preparing for population and
housing issues. We can expect
more of the same."
New state concurrency laws
could effect the rate of growth
in the city. These laws make
water availability, school class
sizes and transportation
issues a part of the mix when
counties and municipalities


plan for increased develop-
ment.
"A lot of the school and
transportation issues depend
on funding," Thomas said.
"And you never know where
the funding might come from.
We have to be ready for anyth-
ing."
Thomas-Mathis first joined
the commission in 2000, win-
ning a special election, to
finish the term vacated by for-
mer Commissioner Sadye
Martin in Group 5. Martin was
diagnosed with cancer and
was unable to finish her three-
year term. In April 2000,
Thomas-Mathis ran again and
won the election against Steve
Wilson, who also ran against
her in the special election. In
April 2003, Thomas-Mathis


JANUARY 12, 2006 THE COURIER + 3

ran,:for a second term, and,
won. She beat Marian Rich-
ardson.
"There is a good mix of tal-
ent on this commission,"
Thomas-Mathis said.
She mentioned that the
commissioners had back-
grounds in banking, business,
public relations, law and
education, and these -skills
blended well within the group.
Thomas-Mathis, 47, is
employed by the Hillsborough
County School Board as a stu-
dent intervention specialist.
She has worked for the county
for 21 years. Her office is at
Marshall Middle. School.
"I have full support from my
family and I want to continue
to serve the town that I love,"
Thomas-Mathis said.


Donations Sought For February Art Auction


EVENT WILL
BENEFIT NEEDY
StaffReport
A single mom who has been
having a hard time paying for
her child's medication. An
elderly couple who can't
afford to eat every day.
Those are just a few of the
people who will benefit from
an art auction planned Feb. 11
at the headquarters of the
International Softball
Federation, 1900 S. Park Road.
All proceeds from the auc-


tion will go to Unity in the
Community, a Plant City
group that helps the needy.
The group helps fund Plant
City's Meals on Wheels pro-
gram as well as the city's
United Food Bank. Unity also
helps a program to provide
medication for. youngsters
whose families cannot afford
it.
A number of the artists will
be on hand during the auction
to sign and discuss their art-
work and donations are still
being sought for the show. A
preview of the artwork is set
for 6 p.m., with wine and hours


d'oeuvres. The auction starts
at 7.
The event is sponsored by
American Ideals Foundation
Inc. Auctioneer, composer
and pianist Robert Moffa, who
has done several hundred of
these types of charity fine arts
auctions, will be the auction-
eer. He will also play at the
event.
Moffa will also perform an
original piece on the piano,
"From Spain with Love,"
inspired by a painting on dis-
play at the show.
"Dancing in the Moonlight"
by Paul Foropoulos is "just a


gorgeouspainting. Itreminded
me of.two Spanish dancers,"
Moffa said. .
"Legends of the Gun," a
painting by Plant City's -Greg
Crumbley, also inspired Moffa
to create a new piece that he
will perform at the show.
"'Ithink of it as adding audio
to the visuals," NMoffa said.
Moffa started the American
Ideals Foundation in 1982
with the aim of helping the
community through the arts.
"And this event is just one way
I do that," he said. "Of course,
I enjoy it as well."
Joyce Jordan, president of


Unity in the Community, said
she appreciates the work ol
Moffa and all the Plant City
groups that help with the auc-
tion.
"I appreciate all the suppon
that the community has given
to help make Unity in the
Community successful in
helping the needy in Plant
City."
If any artist would like to
donate a piece of art for this
auction or if someone has a
piece of art he or. she would
like to donate, call Jordan at
752-1275.


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


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

Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville offers
free computer classes for seniors and
children on Mondays and Wednes-
days.
Classes cover basic computer parts


and software. Adult classes are from 10
to 11 a.m. and 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., and
children's classes from 3 to 4:45 p.m.
The school also offers an evening
.computer lab for seniors Wednesdays
and Fridays from 5 to 6:30.
Call: 737-1352 or 757-6760.

Kids Cafe
The Kids Cafe is offered Mondays
through Thursdays from 5 to 6 p.m. at
the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Recrea-
tion Center, 1601 E. Martin Luther
King Jr. Blvd. The Kids Cafe serves
nutritious, hot meals to school-age


children.
Call: 759-9343 or 757-9195.

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

GED classes
The Hillsborough County School
District offers free adult high school
credit and general educational


development diploma classes.
Classes are offered at more than 100
locations and during flexible day and
evening hours with customized
instruction to meet individual student
needs.
Information: 276-5654 or
www.acesdhc.org.

Blood pressure checks
The Hillsborough .County Depart-
ment of Aging Services offers free
blood pressure readings for seniors the
See ROUNDUP, Page 18


FAMILY CARE
PHARMACY


by
Mark Filosi
Registered Pharmacist

B12 May Reduce
Osteoporosis Risk
Vitamin B12 may play a role in reducing
the risk of osteoporosis. According to a.
study at Tufts University, participants
with higher blood levels of .B12 had
higher bone mineral density that those
with lower levels of the vitamin. As
people age, it becomes more difficult
to properly absorb adequate vitamin.
B12 from food due to less stomach acid.
Researchers suggest that those over 50
eat fortified foods. or take supplements
containing B12. Check with your doctor
or pharmacist as to the correct'dosages
before beginning supplementation,




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Our Dear Parents

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Love Ya

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Love,
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George, Heidi, DeAnna, Marci,
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4 + THE COURIER JANUARY 12, 2006


PLANT CITY DIGEST


MOSI EI7TEINOW1NE


BEAM, Be Enthusiastic About MOSI,

holds its eleventh annual wine tasting event,

Einstein on Wine, February 4, 2006, 6-9 p.m.

Einstein on Wine combines wine, food, music,
and a silent auction in a fund-raising event for
all to enjoy. More than 80 vintners and 20
restaurants will offer tasting on all varieties of
wines--whites, reds, champagnes, domestic
and imported.


* Tickets to Einstein on Wine are:
$60 per person, or $50 per person
for MOSI members

* Vintner pricing is $750

* Tickets may be purchased by
calling (813) 987-6000.

* All proceeds will benefit MOSI's
education programs.

* Guests may view BODIES The Exhibition
for additional $10/person.


The event is hosted by BEAM and ABC Fine Wine & Spirits.
For more information, please call 813-987-6000 or
visit our Web site at www.mosi.org


495340


Housing Authority
accepting applications
The Plant City Housing
Authority is accepting low-
rent public housing applica-
tions for one- to four-bedroom
housing vouchers beginning
Jan. 18 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
1306 Larrick Lane.
Applications will be
accepted only from families
with a "working family prefer-
ence."
To qualify for a working
preference, the family head,
spouse or sole member must
be employed.
However, an applicant will
be given the benefit of the
working family preference if
the head, spouse or sole
member is age 62 or older, or
is a person with disabilities.
The working applicant must
be employed for six months to
qualify for this preference.
In order to process their
applications, applicants must
bring the Social Security cards
of all family members, copy of
birth certificates, photo ID,
proof of citizenship and proof
of any income.
Call: 752-0569.

Challenger League forming.
Plan are under way to start a
Challenger League for youths
with physical or mental limit-
ations.
Call: 752-8941.


Girls basketball tryouts
Tryouts for the Plant City
Panthers girls basketball pro-
gram are set for Jan. 21 at 11
a.m. at the Tomlin Middle
School gym, 501 N. Woodrow
Wilson St.
Players should come out
ready to play in shorts and
sneakers. Bring a copy of the
player's birth certificate and
her most recent report card.
Parent/guardian attendance
is required or player will not
be allowed to participate.
Girls ages 13 to 16 (up to
10th grade) are eligible to try
out for the squad.
Team sponsorships are also
needed.
Information: Ivan Brooks,
ibrooks@plantcitygov.com or
757-9195.

Baby parade sign-ups
The Plant City Junior Wom-
an's Club plans a sign-up ses-
sion for the baby parade, a
popular feature at the Florida
Strawberry Festival, Jan. 28
from 9 to 11 a.m. at the wom-
an's club, 1110 N. Wheeler St.
The parade takes place March
11.
. Each entry must be made in
person and accompanied by a
nonrefundable $20 entry fee.
Checks must be made payable
to the GFWC Plant City Wom-
an's Club. Entrants must
reside in eastern Hillsborough
See DIGEST, Page 13


The Courier welcomes photos
The Courier .welcomes reader-submitted photos.
Include photographer's name, contact person's name
and phone number and a brief description, including
names of those pictured.
Send photos to: The Courier, 101 N. Wheeler St., Plant
City, FL 33566. Call 865-4430 for information.


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JANUARY 12, 2006 THE COURIER 5


TODAY
YMCA giving campaign
The annual giving campaign for the
YMCA will begin Jan. 12 with a noon lun-
cheon at the YMCA multi-purpose room,
1507 YMCA Place. Olympic swimmer Tom
Gompf will speak at the event. No admis-
sion. Call: 757-6677.

Berry Patch Quilt Guild
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild will meet
Jan. 12 at 7 p.m. at the Planteen Winter Vis-
itor's Center, 301 N. Dort St. Betty Brandt
will demonstrate how to make a quilt using
antique handkerchiefs. Call: 759-6606.

MLK Cultural Arts Festival
The Improvement League of Plant City
Inc. will host the 20th annual Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Cultural Arts Festival Jan.
12-16 at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Rec-
reation Center, 1601 E. Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Blvd., and at other sites in Plant
City. Information: 757-6760, 737-1352 or
www.improvementleague.com.

FRIDAY
Preschool Playmania
Preschool Playmania, a program for pre-
school-age children to play and socialize, is
offered Fridays from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at
the Planteen Recreation Center, 301 N.
Dort St. Call: Jaci Jenkins, 757-9166.

Gospel sing
Mount Zion Assembly of God, 3005 Tho-
notosassa Road, plans a gospel sing Jan. 13
at 7 p.m. The event will feature the For-
given. Call: 752-1614.

Storytelling workshop
Learn how your children or students can
participate in the 2006 Storytelling Festival
and teach them the art of storytelling on
Jan. 13 at 7 p.m. at the Thonotosassa Branch
Library, 10715 Main St.
Experienced librarians will offer storytel-
ling tips and techniques. Free. Information:
273-3652, Ext. 2, or www.hcplc.org.

SATURDAY
'Angel' fundraiser
Family and friends of Angel Santitanez, a
longtime employee of 7-11 who worked on
Alexander Road in Plant City, plan a fund-
raiser at 4 p.m. Jan. 14. The event will
include a chance drawing, food, a keg,
karaoke, billiards, and the money raised
will help pay Angel's medical bills. Call:
717-7799 or 737-4079.

Co-ed softball tournament
The Winter Fest Co-Ed Slow Pitch Tour-
nament is set for Jan. 14 at the Randy L.
Larson Four-Plex and Plant City Stadium.
Information: Brian Dodd, bdodd@plantcit-
ygov.com, or 659-4200, Ext. 4302.

Antiques auction
An antiques auction to benefit the resto-
ration of the Lewis Goode Gulf Station is set
for Jan. 14 at 10 a.m. at the station, 8102 S.
State Road 39. The preview will start at 8
a.m. with the auction at 10. Call: 716-4508.

United Daughters of the Confederacy
Plant City Chapter 1931 of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy will meet
Jan. 14 at 10 a.m. at the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center, 605 N. Collins
St. The speaker will be author Paul Varnes,
a retired professor from the University of
Florida. His first novel, "Confederate
Money," is about his North Florida ances-
tors. Call: Carole, 759-0078.

Florida Opry
The Florida Opry will present Stephanie
Ann, Harold Mott & Friends, Jenny Rimmer
and The Kings Messenger Quartet Jan. 14 at
7 p.m. at the 1914 Plant City High School
Community Center, 605 N. Collins St. Tick-
ets are available for $10 each at Family &
Friends Antique & Collectibles, 1304 S.
Collins St. Reserved seats are available for
$12.50. Call: 752-4049.

'Back to the '50s' fundraiser
The "Back to the '50s Rock 'n' Roll" fund-
raiser is set for Jan. 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. at St.
Clement Catholic Church, 1104 N. Alex-
ander St. All proceeds will benefit the Mul-


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Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St., plans an "Art is Happening" event Jan.
15 at 2 p.m. to mark the impact and work of photographer Bud Lee. The event will
feature all sorts of artistic expression including old friends of Lee's like Maureen
Patrick, who is a belly dancer, John McEwan, who is an Irish musician, and many
others. There will be many opportunities to create art like a Make your own Ice
Cream Sundae bar, and various make and take craft tables. Call: 757-9215.


Photo courtesy of Sara Jo Reynolds

Tartan 'Titans'
The annual Kirking the Titans will be presented during the regular 10 a.m. worship
service Jan. 15 at the First Presbyterian Church of Plant City, 404 W. Reynolds St.
There will be a processional beginning with the presentation of the Bible followed
by the St. Andrews Pipe & Drums bagpipe corps. Following the bagpipes will be the
tartan flags of the various Highlander clans from Scotland. The musical presenta-
tion will follow the service in the garden in front of the church. Call: 752-4211.


tiple Sclerosis Society. Cost: $10 for adults,
$5 for children. Call: 757 6234 or 719-9695.

MONDAY
Free cholesterol screening
Family Care Pharmacy, 1505 W. Reynolds
St., will offer a free cholesterol screening
along with other health tests from 10 a.m.
to 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Jan. 16.
Call: 659-9777.


TUESDAY
Free computer classes
First Baptist Church of Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St., will offer free computer classes
Tuesday through Feb. 7 at 2 and 6:30 p.m.
Call: 752-4104.


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Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
meets the second Thursday
of the month at the Ramada
Inn at 6:30 p.m., 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Dinner buffet is
$15. Call: Linda McDonald,
757-0772.

Plant City
High Class of 1960
The Plant City High School
Class of 1960 meets the
second Friday of each month
at 9 a.m. at BuddyFreddys,
1101 Goldfinch Drive. Call:
Warren Wilson, 685-9401.

Strawberry Toastmasters
The Strawberry Toastmas-
ters Club, the city's second
Toastmasters club, meets
every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in
the community room at
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 30T N. Alexander St.
Call: Kathie, 719-7668.

Plant City Toastmasters
The Plant City Toastmas-
ters Club meets Thursdays at
7:30 a.m. at the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce,
106 N. Evers St. Call: Hal
Brewel; 752-4949.

Plant City Rotary -
The Plant City Noonday
Rotary. Club meets Mondays
at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St. Call:
Steve Saloman, 299-2233.

Turkey Creek Class of 1961
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1961 meets
the first Thursday of each
month at 6 p.m. at BuddyF-
reddys, 1101 Goldfinch Drive.
* The meetings are informal
and all classmates including
nongraduates are invited.
Teachers and staff are also
invited. Call: Elaine Rogers
Lister, 752-0118.

VFW Post 4590
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 4590 meets every first
and third Thursday of the
month at 7 p.m. at 3709 E. U.S.
92. Call: 754-7880.

PCHS Class of 1955
The Plant City High School
Class of 1955 meets the third
Tuesday of each month at 8:
30 a.m. at Fred's Market Res-
taurant, 1401 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Blvd.

Network Professionals
Network Professionals of
Plant City Inc. meets at 11:45
a.m. Thursday at Kristii's
Restaurant, 110 E. Reynolds
St., Suite 100.
Call: Michael Cameron,
759-1491.

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

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club
invites singles to a dance
every Friday from 8 p.m. to
midnight at the Stardust
Dance Center in Plant City
Plaza, 1401 Collins St. The cost
is $5 for members, $7 for
nonmembers. Call: 752-9277
or 759-2063.


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It's Wrong To Coo About Consumption


I don't know why news organizations think that
people shopping or not shopping is news. I suppose
it stems from the evil and fallacious notion that our
economy is "consumer driven" and therefore all
decisions must be made on the basis of what is good
for the consumer.


Well, how's this for news:
There is no such thing as a
consumer. There are workers
and former workers and
would-if-they-could workers,
all of whom out of necessity
consume.
The fewer the workers and
the lower their pay, the less
they will consume, also out of
necessity. You would think
some of the American corpora-
tions so eager to send high-
paying jobs overseas would
understand that they are, in the
long run, cutting their own
throats. You would think that
somebody in Washington
would think in terms of a
worker-driven economy.
We didn't become a wealthy
country because of consump-
tion. We became a wealthy
country because of work. We
have, however, become a debt-
ridden country because of
consumption. Debt levels are
at all-time highs in both the
private and public sectors. Yes,
we are the biggest debtor
nation on the planet. Since
debt is a claim on future


CHARLEY
REESE
Columnist


income, you can whistle past
the cemetery all you want, but
future growth in the private
sector as well as in government
services will be limited, again
out of necessity.
We mislead ourselves by
constantly talking about "the
economy" as if it were a single
entity. Actually, it is nothing
more than the arithmetical
sum of all the economic
transactions at any given point
in time. Therefore, all national


economic statistics should be
viewed with a great deal of
skepticism. Times can be good
in one city and very hard in
another.
Some journalists like to
prattle about productivity.
That's simply producing more
widgets in the same amount of
time at the same cost. The
easiest way to increase produc-
tivity is lay people off and force
the remaining workers to do
those people's work in addition
to their own. That's an increase
in productivity but hardly good
for the country as a whole.
Unemployment statistics are
based on a survey, not a head
count, and people who have
become discouraged and are
no longer looking for work are
not even counted as "unem-
ployed." All statistics are based
on definitions, and if you don't
know the definitions, then
frankly you don't know what
you're talking about when you
spout government statistics.
And by the way, a government
that is willing to lie about such
serious matters as war and civil
liberties will certainly lie about
economic affairs.
Keep in mind, too, the
obvious that income is not
evenly distributed. Nearly all of
the people you see on
television, including politi-
cians, are in the very-high-
income brackets. A ditsy blond


entertainer who is lucky might
make $35 million in one year,
but the median earning for a
full-time, year-round working
woman is $30,724, and for a
man, $40,668. That means half
of the women earn $30,724 or
less, and half of the working
men earn $40,668 or less.
As for inflation, which
amounts to grand theft com-
mitted by the government,
what you could buy for $1 in
1967 will now cost you $5.62,
even if it is made in China.
Professionals and business
people can stay abreast or
ahead of inflation because they
can raise their fees and prices.
Workingmen and -women
cannot because their employ-
ers determine their income.
We must reorient our
thinking, and therefore our
policies, to working instead of
consuming. We can call
ourselves prosperous if every-
one willing to work has a job
that pays enough money to
provide for decent housing,
food, medical, clothing and
energy costs, with some left
over. That is far from true
today, no matter how many
billionaires the media coo over.

Write to Charley Reese at
P.O. Box 2446, Orlando, FL
32802.


Where Have The Past 50 Years Taken Us?


Americans, Time Magazine reported this week,
spent an estimated $439.5 billion during the 2005
"holiday season." The figure is up 6 percent from
last year. That's about $1,486 each, give or take.
OK, so my brother-in-law bought his wife a new
Subaru Outback. I'm not sure how much of a dent that
made in the collective pot but I think I can safely say


she thanks you all for chippi

Personally, I made out like a
bandit. My wife did one of
those complete room make-
overs on my study. Not only
does she have amazing taste
but she finally got me orga-
nized. I even have a comfy
chair for rumination, musing
and reflection. I plan on
dedicating my next writing
award to her, or my next nap,
whichever comes first.
The most talked about gift of
the season was marked with a
face value of just 20 cents. I
received a remarkably well-
preserved edition of Life,
published on the date of my
birth, March 2, 1956. The
magazine was passed around
for the rest of the day and it
was pretty much all anyone
wanted to talk about.
Some stories were eerily
familiar. The Middle East,
"threatening to explode into
full-scale war." Children killed,
"handling guns carelessly."
Soviet leaders working on the
nation's international image.
Leads also referenced a new
musical, "My Fair Lady," and


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist

the second installment of a
three-part series titled "A
History of the English-Speaking
Peoples," penned by Sir
Winston Churchill himself.
The ads are always the most
telling. Firestone's new tire,
"Ends fear of blowouts! Ends
fear of skids!" Chrysler intro-
duced the "Safer, surer Push-
button Powerflite gearshift,
fully tested and perfected." And
Ford without airbags or
shoulder restraints touted its
"Lifeguard steering wheel. The


rim mounted high above the
steering post to help cushion
your chest against severe
injuries."
Lincoln's "Premiere
Convertible" was, "The longest,
lowest, most powerful of all
time." General Motors took the
cake for copy, however, by
fitting their 1956 automobiles
with, "Powerglide, Variable
Pitch Dynaflow and fluid-
coupled Hydra-Matic transmis-
sion."
"Shell Pink" and "Pale Jade"
sinks, tubs and dinnerware
were all the rage. Polaroid
presented, "The only camera in
the world that produces
finished prints in sixty sec-
onds." Lewyt announced "The
world's easiest-to-use vacuum
cleaner," and Phoenix Mutual
helped a couple retire with
$300 a month. "The neighbors
think we're rich."
Prices, interestingly, looked
pretty steep when 1956 salaries
are taken into account. Teach-
ers made a scant $2,500 a year,
police earned less than $4,000,
and an Air Force master
sergeant pulled down $335 a
month.
In 1956, cars cost $2,000 to
$4,000, milk ran close to a
dollar, and housing in
relation to income was not
exactly a bargain. Ronson
charged $12.50 for a lighter,
Arrow shirts ran five dollars,
the price tag for a good pair of
shoes hovered around $20, a
new "Tri-level" refrigerator cost
$495, and Sunbeam wanted


$163 for its rotary mower.
In 1956 the world was poised
on the edge of a revolution,
both in technology and
communication. Many
believed this New World would
make life simpler and open the
future to a new era of under-
standing and peace. But they
didn't reckon with greed.
Fast forward. 2006. The news
headlines are eerily familiar.
Violence in the Middle East.
Strong-arm tactics from
Moscow. A world that yields
both startling wealth and
unbridled poverty.
America has become rich.
Yet rather than fulfilling the
promise of those ads so many
years ago, our domestic auto
industry is struggling to survive
- despite the fact that the
purchase of an American
automobile represents a
significantly smaller percent-
age of our income than ever
before.
Why? Because too many of
us have decided that we want
to have our cake and then eat
our neighbor's too. I am very
glad to be living in the year
2006. However, the more we
allow ourselves to be fooled
into believing we are defined
by our personal prosperity, the
closer we will come to eventu-
ally losing it all.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can view
his work at derekmaul.com or
reach him at derekmaul@-
gmail.com.


GEORGE NEWMAN
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Family Celebrates Birth, Trip


There's been a lot to
celebrate in the Everidge
house.
Todd Long and his wife,
Carolyn Everidge Long,
welcomed a son, Creighton,
Dec. 13 in Fort Walton Beach.
The family celebrated
Christmas Day at the Plant
City home of Riviere Thomas
and his wife, Linda Everidge
Thomas. Linda and Carolyn
are sisters.
Creighton was welcomed
not only by his parents and
aunt and uncle, but also by
big brother Grayson. His
maternal grandparents are
Cecil and Helen Everidge.
Paternal grandparents are
Gary and Pat Long.
Linda and Riviere also had
a special celebration of their
own to share. The couple was
invited to the inauguration of
Al Hoffman as the U.S..
ambassador to Portugal in
Washington, D.C., in Novem-
ber.
Turns out that Hoffman,
Riviere's friend and fellow
Plant City polo player of 23
years, invited the couple to
lunch prior to the inaugura-
tion and they were able to
share some of the wonderful
memories of their friendship.
Linda had been marketing
director for Walden Lake Polo
and Country Club and was
introduced to her husband
through the club.
Hoffman developed
Walden Lake and built the
first polo arena in Plant City.
It was Riviere's first trip to
Washington and he said the
ceremony, attended by about
100 people including Gov. Jeb
Bush, was very moving. He
and Linda felt honored to
have been invited and look
forward to visiting Al and his
wife, Dawn, in Portugal.

Southern Star
releases 14th album
They are Plant City home-
town boys and that's saying a
lot. Southern Star Bluegrass is
releasing its 14th recording,
"Small Florida Town," which
will be available about the
first of February.
The CD, including two
gospel numbers, one
instrumental and seven
bluegrass tunes, was engi-
neered and mastered by Kelly
Emerson. Kelly's dad, Bill, is a
Grammy award-winning
banjo player and a member of
the Bluegrass Music Hall of
Fame.
Talent runs in the Emerson
family, for Kelly is a fine
musician.himself and pro-
duces acoustical music. Steve
Smith and Andy Fritsch,
drummer for Buck Hummer
and the Pickups, another fine
Plant City band, helped
Southern Star Bluegrass in
laying out the cover for the


Photo courtesy of the Plant City Photo Archives
The cover for the new Southern Star Bluegrass CD features a photo of the State Theatre in Plant City taken in 1952. The photo was
digitally altered for the band courtesy of the Plant City Photo Archives.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


new CD.
"All the members of the
band were raised in this
area," said group member
Dan Smith. "We wanted to
come up with something that
would let the Plant City
people know how much we
appreciate our way of life and
the support they have given
us over all these years."
The new album will be
available at all the band's
shows at the Florida State
Fair, Florida Strawberry
Festival and the Florida Opry,
or through its Web site
www.southernstarbluegra-
ss.com.
Melting the ice
It's a new record! Not a CD,


but an American record.
U.S. speed skater Catherine
Raney, niece of Liz Little, a
Courier sales representative,
who had already qualified for
the 2006 Winter Olympic
Games in Torino, Italy, in the
women's 3,000 meters, set a
new record in the same
distance last month. At 4:
01.98, she beat her previous
record of 4:03.35.
Congratulations and we'll
keep our eyes on this record-
breaker.

Happy birthday
Amanda Adams
Grandparents David and
Emma Miller want to wish
their granddaughter Amanda
Adams a happy
1A zik. 21st birthday.
i \, Amanda, a
S junior majoring
| in biology at the
University of
South Florida,
was a member
Adams of the Straw-
berry Queen's
court in 2002 and graduated
with honors from Plant City
High School in 2003.
Congratulations also to
Rebecca Trinkle, who made
the fall semester dean's list at.
Florida Southern College.


She's in her sophomore year,
majoring in human relations
management.

Evelyn Wilson Gunn
marks 90th birthday
Evelyn Wilson Gunn
celebrated her 90th birthday
Dec. 28. A surprise party was
given in her honor at the
home of her son and
daughter-in-law, Warren and
Glenda Wilson of Seffner.
Special guest at the party
was her great-great-grand-
daughter, Madison Decker, 7-
weeks-old, who she had not
yetseen.
Special presents included a
birthday card from President
Bush and an autographed
photo and letter from Mel
Tillis, who lived near Evelyn
when he was a boy and ate
many meals at her table.


Evelyn and her first husband,
Wallace, owned and ran the
Sunny South Drive-In in Plant
City, a popular hangout for
teenagers.
After Wallace passed on,
she married Bill Gunn of
Gunn's Jewelry.
What does she owe her
long and healthy life to?
"Going to bed early, rising
early, working hard, trying
not to worry and thanking
God every day for the won-
derful life I've had," she said.
That sounds like a good
recipe to pass on to that little
great-great-granddaughter.


Send items to gabylee@ao-
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to The Courier, C/O Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St.,
Plant City, FL 33566.
Evelyn
Wilson
.. Gunn, 90,
n holds a
special gift
~~' o ';" in her arms.


Photo courtesy of G. Wilson


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DEREK MAUL/Photo
The Rev. David Delph, the pastor at First Presbyterian Church of Plant City, keeps a dog, two cats
and a boa constrictor as pets.

IN THE SPIRIT


The Rev. David Delph, First

Presbyterian Church Of Plant City


"In the Spirit" is a new feature highlighting religious
leaders. Each week, The Courier will profile someone
from the major religious institutions in the area.
Q: How long have you been in the Plant City
area?
A: I came here in July 2003. My first church
was in Spanish Fort, Ala. We moved to Thom-
aston, Ga., before being called to Plant City.
Q: How old are you, and where were you


raised?
A: My wife and I were both raised in Bartow.
I was born in 1962, and graduated from Bartew
High in 1981. Rebecca and I met in the percus-
sion section of the band.
Q: What about Plant City floats your boat?
A: The sense of community. I love the festive
atmosphere around the strawberry festival, the


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really strong sense of family.
The churches seem to get
along real well around here.
This church has been as gra-
cious as it could be.

Q: What's the most embar-
rassing thing that's happened
to you in church?
A: One day I flat forgot how
to start the Lord's Prayer. My
wife was whispering "Our, our
is the first word." Then, back
in Thomaston, my little boy
Andrew, he was only 3 or 4 at
the time, spent the entire
sermon crawling around the
sanctuary under the pews.
Nobody could catch him.

Q: Do you have any pets?
A: A dog, two cats and a boa
constrictor. Not a lot of folk
have a snake around the
house. We call him Pat.

Q: What is your favorite
hymn and why?
A: I think that would be


"Amazing Grace." God finding
us, as opposed to us working
our way to find God. Grace is
the key word of my ministry.
God loves us despite our fail-
ures and our mistakes. There's
no greater message in the
world.
Q: Is there a television show
you try not to miss?
A: There's not a whole lot
out there we're really
desperate to watch. We watch
"The Amazing Race" as a
family and I enjoy reruns of
"M.A.S.H."

Q: What do you do for fun?
A: We like to fish. We use my
dad's boat, and we enjoy
movies. My personal hobby is
restoring a 1973 VW Porsche.
The 914 model, it's a little
midengine. I like to tinker. I
was that kid with the model
airplanes hanging in my room.
I also like to play the drums.

Q: What book has influ-
enced you the most in the past
year?
A: "Reconstructing Pastoral
Theology," by Andrew Purves.


This book reaffirms the pas-
tor's call to be a pastor. It's all
about the calling to pastoral
ministry.
Q: Share something that
makes you proud of your wife.
A: Rebecca goes full tilt. She
doesn't' believe in half jobs.
She does things with a passion,
she goes at them with fury and
she does these things self-
lessly. She has a great passion
for youth and for music. She's
a hospice nurse and that takes
a very special golden heart.

Q: Do you have any chil-
dren?
A: Andrew, 12, and Ashley,
13. They're good young-'uns.
Q: Do you believe America
is ready for a female presi-
dent?
A: Yes, I think America is. If
the person is elected not
because she's a lady but
because she's qualified. I
think this country is at a point
where we'll try to pick the
right person for the job. If it
happens to be a lady, I think
we'll do that. I have no prob-


lem with that.

Q: Is there a famous person
you'd like to have lunch with?
A: I'm a child of the '70s and
I've always loved the group
Kansas. Kerry Livgren's lyrics
represent a soul moving
towards God, it's all about a
spiritual journey. Finally he
came to Christ. I'd love to sit
down with him and talk about
his faith.

Q: Pick a scripture .you
would like to leave with read-
ers.
A: "And I pray that you,
being rooted and established
in love, may have power ... to
grasp how wide and long and
high and deep is the love of
Christ, and to know this love
that surpasses knowledge."
Ephesians 3:17-19.

DEREK MAUL

Do you have someone you
would like to see us profile in
this column? Call Derek Maul
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DIGEST
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County (east of Highway 301) and
proof of residency (driver's license,
water/electric bill) will be required at
registration.
Entries are limited to the first 50
children in each of the following age
groups: 1-year-, 2-year-, 3-year- and
4-year-olds. For parade purposes, the
age of the child on Jan. 31 will
determine the age category.
All rules can be found on the Internet
at www.flstrawberryfestival.com. Call:
Katie Sparkman, 757-2447.

Youth basketball skills contest
The Plant City and the Optimist
Club of Plant City will host the 33rd
annual Tri-Star Basketball Skills Com-
petition Jan. 28 at 2 p.m. at the Tomlin
Middle School gym, 501 N. Woodrow
Wilson St. All area youngsters ages 8 to
13 are eligible to participate in the free


event.
Information: www.plantcitygov
.com/rec, click the youth basketball
link, or contact youth athletics coordi-
nator Danny Smith at
dsmith@plantcitygov.com or call 659-
4200, Ext. 4313.

Hospital hosts pediatric
unit open house
St. Joseph's Children's, the new
pediatric unit at South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St., plans
an open house Jan. 22 from 1 to 4 p.m.
The event will mark the opening of
St. Joseph's Children's at SFBH. Call:
Jodi Smith, 757-8574.
Senior talent wanted
Auditions for the Bright Star Senior
Talent Show are set for Jan. 18 from 9:
30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Brandon Com-
munity Center, 502 E. Sadie St. Partici-
pants must be at least age 55.
Only solo or duet acts no groups.
You must bring your own instrument


and your own tape/CD player or an
accompaniment to the audition. No
entry fee is required. Ten acts will be
chosen from the auditions to perform
in the show, the location for which will
be announced at a later date.
Call: 635-8179.

Foster grandparent
program seeks seniors
Volunteers are needed to serve as
foster grandparents in day care centers
and elementary schools throughout
Hillsborough County.
The ideal candidates enjoy spending
their time tutoring and mentoring
young people.
Foster grandparents must be age 60
or older. They serve for 20 hours per
week and receive training, transporta-
tion reimbursement and other bene-
fits. Those with a monthly income of
$1,000 (single) or $1,336 (couple) are
eligible to earn a tax-free stipend of up
to $53 per week. Other incentives
include love, admiration and the


knowledge that you are making a dif-
ference in the lives of the children who
need your help.
For full details, call Seniors in Service
at 932-5228. Seniors in Service is a
nonprofit organization that recruits,
trains and places volunteers to help
children succeed and elders remain
independent.

Volunteer tax preparers needed
AARP and the IRS are seeking volun-
teers to prepare tax returns for elderly
and low-income people from Feb. 1 to
April 15.
Interested volunteers, who can
spare a minimum of four hours each
week, should call Mary Ann Burris at
719-3034 or Frank Kimbro at 719-
6977.
Training, which will be certified
under the AARP Tax Training Program,
will be in January. Volunteer recep-
tionists are also needed four hours
each week. No training course is
required for receptionists.


Dr. Christopher M. Weiss and Dr. Gregory L.
Nedurian announce the opening of the Plant
City Advanced Vein and Laser Center. Offering
state of the art minimal invasive diagnosis and
treatment of varicose veins, spider flare and
telangiectasia.


Featuring in office:


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treatment of varicose veins.
Foam sclerotherapy for elimination of smaller
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The contestants

The Florida Strawberry
Festival's 28th Junior Roy-
alty Pageant, which was
Jan. 7 at the Tomlin
Middle School audito-
rium, drew 120 contes-
tants. They we Ie:

Baroness ages 5 to 6
Arden i\ihite, Marisa
Tice, Lauren Field,
Xiumara Salina,. Bal1ee
Asiin. All\ Spears, Ale:as
Barneri. Courtney Coton,
Selena Berrios. Kristna
Stepp, Call Boles, Alexis
Banda, K;leigh Calvo,
Delaney Lawson, Savan-
nah Trapnell. Allee
Noriega, Taylor Tew,
Reagan Tears, litylor
Carlough, Kiersten Struth.
Tailor Harrell. Chloe
Te\v, Ellie Shouse, Grace
Denhoft, AshliYn Var-
bough, Shelby\ Van
\alenburg. Kajilin
Colleran, Johnessa
Nelson and Ashilyn Gude.

Duchess ages 7 to 9
Holly Shuff, Nlegan
Rogers. Savana Garrison,
Sharna Lawrence, Sydney
Pickern, Celest Weaver,
Desrin IJones, Kristen
NorthuLitt, TaylorMNichael,
Muluctan Langston. Kenlee
A.ciirr.N. ML Kenzie
(-ireeliL- Di \ \ Kjioto-.
Dailis Cline. Brianna Lee,
keIse\- Brevik, Ellie Biddle,
Allison I anei. lMerritt
Stnith. .\dalida Fender.
lulia StriclJand, Saman-
tha Black, Clht.ir Rade-
rmacher, Deanna
Rodriquez., Taylor Del-
ldpa, Nlariah Kunze.
Heather Rou-,. McKenzie
Parker, Chloe Wmneinger
and NMarissa Alford

Princess ages 10 to 12
Kadie Cox, Chelsea
Noriega. Haley Ours,
Kel-ey lMoore. Shelby St.
Amant. Sara Zimmer,
Ohliia Denholf, Denna
I emelin. Sarah HardIey,
Celes-te Lewis, lessica
Dunlap, Nleka-yla Cook.
Shayla Sendova, Kaylen
Barron, Chelsea Knight,
lessica Brown. Stephanie
Tailor, Hannah Human,
Caira Strickland. Rile\
Andreu, Ka\leene Con-
nell,. Chelsea Bowden.
Hayley Locker, Kallee
Cook, Chelsea Talavera,
Sarah Wetherington,
Regan Knotts. Ashlee
Bradberry. Denise Chavez
and Lacy Saranko.

Queen ages 13 to 15
Nlegan Layton. Kayla
Stepp. Heather Layton.
Nlahalei Smith, Joie
Cleckler. Katie Benton
Benton, laina Raposo,
Chelsead [-Hil. Kori Lane.
Emily A\rLhambatult,
Nlegain Knox. Rachel Hall-
man. Brooke Roger-. Cadt
Ruel. Alicia Fullenkamnp.
Erin Bridges,. Al,-xandra
\\atkins. Kathleen
Hencke. Caitlin Cribbs,
Lindcy Garrett, Autumn
Parrish, Lauren Bradshaw,
Kirsten Ritenbaugh, Kati
Maxwell, Shaunie Sur-
rency. Marina Ruiz. Chris-
rina lohnigean, Ellen
Whatley. Kaimlyn Gill and
Skye Cook.


2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
The 2005 Strawberry Festival Junior Royalty performed a dance number during the contest. They are, front from left, Baroness
Sara Adams with Duchess Carly Knox. In the back are Princess Jordon Tucke and Queen Kyndle Hampton.


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2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
Queen Alexandra Watkins, 15, walks the stage. Alexandra is the
daughter of Michael and Heather Watkins and attends Plant
City High School. She enjoys sewing, creating her own fashion
line and surfing.


2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
Baroness Selena Berrios walks the stage. Selena, 5, is the
daughter of Greg and Katina Berrios and attends Walden Lake
Elementary. She enjoys cheering, playing with dogs and going
fishing with her grandpa.


2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
Mekayla Cook, 10, winner of the princess crown, walks the
stage. Mekayla is the daughter of Allan and Elaine Cook and
attends Pinecrest Elementary. She enjoys dancing, hanging out
with family and playing piano.


2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
Duchess Drew Knotts walks the stage. Drew, 7, is the daughter
of Andy and Jeanie Knotts and attends Walden Lake Elemen-
tary. She enjoys gymnastics, tennis, and swimming.




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DEATHS

Clyatt
Clifford E. Clyatt, 80, of Plant City
died Dec. 24.
He was born in Union County and
was a-longtime resident of Plant City.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World
War II and was a truck driver for Ame-
rican Can.
He is survived by a daughter, Mari-
lyn P. Archer of Jacksonville; and a
grandchild.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Riles
Clarence L. Riles, 55, of Mulberry
died Dec. 24.
He was born in Bartow and was a
U.S. Army veteran.
He worked in sales and attended St.
Clement Catholic Church in Plant
City.
He is survived by his wife, Susan; a
son, Brandon of Mulberry; and two
brothers, Terry of Hartford, Conn., and
Jim of Pompano Beach.
Gentry-Morrison Funeral Chapel,
Mulberry.

Van Keuren
Kenneth D. Van Keuren, 48, of Plant
City died Dec. 24.
He was born in Tripoli, Libya, and
moved here from Illinois in 1967.
He worked for the Tampa Electric
Co. and was of the Holiness faith.
He is survived by his wife, Vickie; a
son, Anthony Page of Plant City; a
sister, Tammie Dpoyen of Lithia; and
three grandchildren.


Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Cherup
Mary T. Cherup, 88, of Plant City
died Dec. 25.
She was born in Revere, Pa., and
moved here from Clarksville, Pa., in
2002.
She was a homemaker and a
Catholic.
She is survived by two sons, Michael
of Plant City and John of Clarksville; a
sister, Ethel Slosarik of Millsboro, Pa.;
seven grandchildren; 12 great-grand-
children; and three nieces.
Haught Funeral Home..

Baughman
Patricia J. Baughman, 73, of Plant
City died Dec. 24.
She was born in Washington, D.C.,
and moved here from Virginia six years
ago.
She was a secretary for the National
Association of Letter Carriers.
She is survived by her husband, Ray-
mond; a daughter, Deborah Rainard of
Plant City; a brother, Robert Trunnell
of Virginia; two grandchildren; and
two great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Woodbury
Janet L. Woodbury, 68, of Plant City
died Dec. 25.
She was born in Ionia, Mich., and
moved here in 1965.
She was a florist and co-owner of
Woodbury Designs for 20 years.
She attended First Methodist
Church.
She is survived by her husband,
Norman of Plant City; a son, Monte of
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Mercer of Lakeland; and three grand-
children.
Haught Funeral Home.

Searfoss
William J. Searfoss, 76, of Dover died
Dec. 25.
He was born in Racine, Pa., and
moved here from Negley, Ohio, 25
years ago.
He was employed by Babcock and
Wilcox Furniture Co. and was a bus
mechanic for Hillsborough County
public schools.
He attended the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints.
He is survived by his wife, Jacque-
line; a son, Daniel; two daughters,
Rebecca Miller of East Palestine, Ohio,
and Esther of Dover; three grandchil-
dren; and a great-grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Anderson
Odell 0. Anderson, 89, of Plant City
died Dec. 26.
She was born in Perry and was a
longtime resident of Plant City.
She was the owner of a flower
nursery.
She is survived by two sisters, Delma
Bradshaw and Winterfraie Rose, both
of Plant City.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Ray
Ernestine Ray, 63, of Valrico died
Dec. 26.
She was born in Plant City and was a
lifelong resident of this area.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by a son, James R.


Grimes Jr. of Valrico; three daughters,
Donna E. Ward of Illinois, Denise E.
Huffman of Ohio and Deanna E.
Grimes of Plant City; two brothers,
Keith Glisson of Lakeland and Lamar
Glisson of Missouri; 10 grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Gamble
Kyla M. Gamble, 16, of Plant City
died Dec. 27.
She was born in Tampa and was a
lifelong resident of Plant City.
She was a student at Plant City High
School and attended Trinity United
Methodist Church.
She is survived by her parents,
Vaughn and Martha, both of Plant
City; four brothers, Justin, Shawn and
Jack Mixon, all of Plant City, and Coy
Goff of Orlando; a sister, Kimberly
LaGrone of Plant City; and her
grandmother, Jewel Griffin of Plant
City.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Frazier
Leon Frazier, 82, of Plant City died
Dec. 27.
He was born in Opp, Ala., and moved
here as a child.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World
War II, and a member of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars.
He was a rancher and attended First
Baptist Church of Midway.
He is survived by his wife, Florine;
two sons, Eddie of Bell and Terry of
Plant City; a daughter, Libby Devenny
of Bradenton; 13 grandchildren; 'and
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GED classes
Hillsborough County's
Adult and Community
Education program offers free
general equivalency diploma
and English classes to anyone
18 years and older. Classes are
Tuesday and Thursdays from
6 to 9 p.m. at Esther D. Burney
Elementary School, 901 S.
Evers St. Call: Rojina Durant
or Jennifer Giorgio, 707-7334.

WEDNESDAY
Putnam's rep
to meet constituents
A caseworker from the office
of U.S. Rep. Adam Putnam will
be available to meet with con-
stituents of the 12th
Congressional District Jan. 18
from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St. Call: (863) 534-3530.

THURSDAY
Chamber event
The Courier and The Tampa
Tribune will host the Jan. 19
Plant City Chamber of Gom-
merce after-hours event from
5:15 to 7 p.m. at 101 Wheeler
St. The event will include net-
working, entertainment by Bill
Floyd, door prizes and refresh-
ments. Call: 865-4445.

PLAN AHEAD
Dinner theater
"Ole King Cole," a comedy
based on the nursery rhyme,
will be performed Jan. 20 at
the Cornerstone Center, 315
N. Collins St. The Orange Blos-
som Tea Room will provide
the dinner. Tickets are $25.
Call: Nancv McLean, 865-
4430, or Jim Rodgers, 752-
8764. Reservations must be
made for the dinner. Tickets
for the play are $10 at the
door.

Kids' fishing derby
The Plant City Recreation
and Parks Department plans
its Kid All-American Fishing
Derby Jan. 21 at the pond near
Plant City Stadium. The derby
is open to children ages 6 to
15. Pre-registration will be
accepted until Jan. 20 at 5 p.m.
-For a registration form and
more information, visit
www.plantcitygov.com/rec or
call 659-4255.

Church fish fry, gospel sing
Sydney Baptist Church,
1510 Cre Road, plans a fish fry
Jan. 21 at 4 p.m. followed by a
gospel sing at 6:30 featuring
The Gibbs family.

Strawberry Classic Car Show
The Strawberry Classic Car
Show is set for Jan. 21 from 4
to 9 p.m. for cars and trucks
manufactured in 1980 and
before. Antiques, customs,
classics and hot rods will
gather in and around McCall
Park, 100 N. Collins St. Her-
nando County's 2005 Enter-
tainer of the Year, Brian
Chytka, will perform. Admis-
sion and registration for the
car show are free. Information:
754-3707 or
www.plantcity.org.

Pediatrics unit grand opening
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.,
plans a community event to
celebrate the grand opening of
its new St. Joseph's Children's
pediatrics unit Jan. 22 from 1
to 4 p.m. Call: 757-8574.


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No appointment necessary.
Cost: $12 (no fasting required)


AARP 55 Drive Alive
Course

This two-day course helps seniors,
age 55 and up, tune up their driving
skills. Participants may qualify for an
auto insurance discount.
Call (813) 754-4444 to register.
Registration required.
February 1 and 2, 9am-lpm
Community Conference Room
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for Health Care Providers
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Cost: $30 (includes book and card)


Why Weight?
A Weight Management Program
for Kids
Why Weight? addresses the aspects of
healthy eating, regular exercise and
portion control while making it fun
and interesting for kids. Ages 8-11.
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first Monday of the month at
10:30 a.m. at Plant City Senior
Center, 1205 S. Waller St. Call:
757-3824.

Road to Recovery
seeks volunteers
Volunteers are needed for
the American Cancer Society's
Road to Recovery program in
Plant City.
It is a volunteer-based
transportation program that
helps people get to and from
their cancer treatments if they
have no other form of trans-
portation. Volunteers must
have a car and be available for
a few weekday hours per
month, between 9 a.m. and 5


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p.m. Call: 685-0670, Ext. 115.

Car safety seat checks
South Florida Baptist
Hospital offers free car safety
seat checks Friday and Satur-
days, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., through-
out the year at the hospital's
Community Health Resource
Center.
The checks are by appoint-
ment only. Call: 754-4444.

Meals on Wheels
seeks volunteers
Meals and Wheels of Plant
City seeks volunteers to deliver
meals. Drivers use their own
cars and should be able to
work between 10 a.m. and 12:
30 p.m. Call: 754-9932.

Yo-yo club
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Friday of each month from 7
to 9 p.m. at the Brandon Rec-
reational Center, 510 E. Sadie
St. Beginners and advanced
yo-yo players, boys and girls
are welcome.
Call: Marcia, 254-4642, or
Debbie, 254-2214.

HCC seeks bilingual math,
reading teachers
The Plant City campus of
Hillsborough Community
College is in need of certified
reading and mathematics
bilingual instructors for its
Adult General Education Pro-
gram.
Class hours will be flexible
to accommodate the work
schedules of students residing
in the Plant City area. The
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Juvenile probation program
Volunteers are needed for
the Department of Juvenile
Justice's program in the areas
of clerical, mentor or case
management assistance. The
office is at 1601 W. Reynolds
St., Suite 103.
Call: Sue Sloan or Barbara
Hubert, 757-9171.

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club
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hearing aids.
The club collects the items
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To donate, place the items
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Humphrey and Maggard,
Strong Optical, 800 Optical,
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Dr. Kulyk, Publix, Kash n'
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the Meadows at Country-
wood.

Pregnancy Care Center
The Pregnancy Care Center
of Plant City, 304 N. Collins
St., offers free pregnancy tests,
information and confidential
support. The center is open
weekdays from. 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.
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OFFERINGS


Hope Lutheran new worship hours
The members of Hope Lutheran
Church, 2001 N. Park Road, have a new
Sunday worship schedule.
The new times are: worship at 8 and
10:30 a.m.; family Bible hour at 9:15
a.m. Classes are available for ages 3
through adult.
Call: 752-4622.

Lord of Life calendar
Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 2104
Mud Lake Road, offers a contemporary
worship service, 8:30 a.m.; Christian
education hour, 9:30 a.m.; and a
traditional worship service at 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 Sundays at 9 a.m.; Sunday wor-
ship 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 Sun-
days at 10:30 a.m. Call: 752-9548.

Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational Divine
Family Worship Center offers services


Sunday 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 Minis-
try 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.

Teen Bible study
Teen Bible study and values discus-
sions are offered the first and third
Monday of each month from 5 to 6
p.m. at the Youth Extension Site, Plant
City Family YMCA, 1507 YMCA Place.
Call: 757-6677.

METS Ministries
METS Ministries, 1102 E. Laura St.,
offers restoration and healing services
the first and third Sunday of every
month at 6:30 p.m.
Each service will feature a different
speaker. Call: Edith Langston, 759-
0607, or 754-1096.

First Baptist.Church of Plant City
First Baptist Church of Plant City,
503 N. Palmer St., plans free classes for
those who have gone through a divorce
or are facing Sundays from 5 to 6:15


p.m. There also is a class for children
ages 5 to 12 in a divorce situation.
There is a $10 fee for the workbook.
RSVP: 752-4104.

St. Clement services
St. Clement Catholic Church, 1104
N. Alexander St., now hosts its Satur-
day vigil mass from 4 to 5 p.m. Call:
752-8251.

Mount Olive .events
Mount Olive Baptist Church, 604 W.
Ball St., offers the following commu-
nity outreach services:
A free hot meals ministry Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
A food pantry is open weekdays
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Call: 754-3834.

Church hosting basketball games
Cedar Grove Baptist Church, 8201
Cedar Grove Church Road, welcomes
sixth- through 12th-graders in the Key-
sville area to play basketball Tuesdays
from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Hot dogs and
drinks will be provided.
Call: Alan Hawkins, 833-5794, or
Keith Carney Sr., 737-3357.

Christian preschool
Private Christian Preschool offers a
Christian preschool program for chil-
dren ages 2 to 4 at First Presbyterian


Learning Center, 404 W. Reynolds St.
Call: 752-6874.

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119 N. Gordon
St., offers adult Sunday school at 10
a.m. followed by the 11 a.m. service
and youth Sunday school.
Ongoing classes are offered Wednes-
day mornings and Thursday evenings.
Also, a potluck dinner is offered the
first Sunday of every month after the
service. Call: 659-2624.

Al-Anon meeting
Hope Al-Anon meets Mondays at 7:
30 p.m. at St. Clement Catholic Church,
1104 N. Alexander St., Roorr 7. Call:
752-5316.

Ministry seeks donations
METS Ministries' New Beginnings
program is seeking beds, couches and
other household items to-. assist needy
families. The ministry also is in need of
a truck to facilitate pick up and deliv-
ery of donated items.
The ministry is continuing its pro-
gram of offering clothes, nonperish-
able foods, emergency shelter and
prescription drugs and is seeking
donations of riding mowers for its
lawn mowing program.
All gifts are tax deductible.
Call: Edith Langston, 754-1096, or
759-0607.


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several great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Rodriguez
Shirley L. Rodriguez, 52, of
Plant City died Dec. 29.
She was a lifelong resident
of Plant City and worked in
retail clothing sales.
She was a Baptist.
She is survived by her
husband, Bernardo of Texas;
three daughters, Paula J. Zeil-
man of Long Point, Ill., and
Sherry D. Lee and Michelle
Lee,. both of Plant City; her
parents, Frank and Betty Lee
of Plant City; and three grand-
children.
- Haught Funeral Home.

Judah
Judy M. Judah, 55, of Lake-
land died Dec. 30.
She was born in Brandon
and was a lifelong resident of
this area.
She was a cashier and a
Baptist.
She is survived by her
husband, Michael; two sons,
Richard Boyington of Okee-
chobee and Steven Boyington
of Land 0' Lakes; two daugh-
ters, Lisa Cross of Lakeland
and Crystal Sisk of Plant City;
a stepson, Kyle of Plant City; a.
stepdaughter, Heather of
Plant City; her mother, Jose-
phine Stratton of Lakeland;
two brothers, Dennis Smith of
Brooksville and Thomas
Smith of Brandon; and four
grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Edenfield
Dilburn K. Edenfield, 63, of
Dover died Dec. 30.
He was born in Tampa and
was a sheetmetal worker.
He was a member of New
Hope Freewill Baptist
Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Connie; a son, Kenneth; three
daughters, Donna Romero of
Fort Myers, Regina of Georgia


and Nikki Staggs Kelly of
Dover; a brother, Raymond of
Tampa; and four grandchil-
dren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Doyel
Willie Belle Doyel, 96, of
Plant City died Dec. 31.
She was born in Chipley
and moved here from Indiana
in 1947.
She was a teacher's aide for
exceptional education and
attended First United Meth-
odist Church.
She is survived by a son,
Dennis of Tampa; a daughter,
Dixie Youmans of Plant City;
two sisters, Rebecca J. Hood
of Tallahassee and Juanita J.
Seay of Marianna; four grand-
children; and five great-
grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Polk
James E. Polk, 64, of Plant
City died Jan. 1.
He was a lifelong resident
of Plant City and a heavy
equipment mechanic.
He is survived by his wife,
Johann; a son, Jeffrey of
Bartow; a daughter, Rene
Connor of Rome, Ga.; a
brother, Johny of Dover; two
sisters, Amelia Skolnik of
Tampa and Jayne Wilkes of
Plant City; and a granddaugh-
ter.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Jackson
Annie L. Jackson, 76, of
Plant City died Jan. 1.
She was born in Samson,
Ala., and was a longtime resi-
dent of Plant City.
She was a greeter for Wal-
Mart.
She is survived by her
husband, George; two sons,
Barry of Slap Out, Ala., and
Ricky of Plant City; two
daughters, Linda Poe of Lake-
land and Brenda Streetman of
Blue Ridge, Ga.; four grand-
children; and a great-grand-
child.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


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Durant Road, where he lived
with his wife, Frances. He was
shot just before 6 a.m. after
answering a knock on the
door.
"I was at the house after the
sheriff's office released it back
to the family," Bingham said.
"I was there with Bruce's son-
in-law, closing up the house.
We stood in the foyer where
Bruce was shot. I could almost
feel what he must have felt
when he opened that door."
Carter said White was shot
by an unknown assailant.
Francis White told deputies at
the scene she heard what she
thought were gunshots. She
discovered her husband laying
in the foyer area.
White told his wife that he
had been shot by a white man
with a unshaved face. White
was transported to Brandon
Regional Hospital where he
died, Carter said.
"Bruce and I grew up in the
same part of Tennessee,"
Bingham said. "But we didn't
meet until we were both farm-
ing land in Dover.".
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trophies from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at
the Marshall Middle School
gym, 18 S. Maryland Ave.
Vendors will provide a variety
of food from 4 to 11:30 p.m.
Admission is $5; free parking
is available at Marshall
Middle School.
Following the step show, a
free party is planned from 9 to
11:30 p.m. at the recreation
center: Radio personalities
from WLLD-FM will provide
entertainment.
The event's theme will be
on display during the festival
parade, which starts Jan. 14 at
1 p.m. at Waller Street and Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Boulevard. This year's parade
marshals are the Tampa
group the Buffalo Soldiers.
Also on the program will be
marching bands from Plant
City and Durant high schools,
and Tomlin and Turkey Creek
middle schools.
. The rhythm and blues
group Tru Soul will headline
this year's evening concert
series following the parade
from 3 to 9 p.m. at the recrea-
tion center. Tru Soul also will


Road while White tended a
farm on Sydney-Washer
Road, Bingham said.
"We were both struggling to
make ends meet," he said.
"We helped each other out by
sharing farming equipment
and work crews in order to
stay in the business. We were
closer than brothers. We were
best friends. Our families
socialized together. We grew
nursery stock in the Caroli-
nas. And spent vacations time
when both families got
together. I can't imagine
anyone doing this. In 30 years
I never had a cross word with
Bruce."
Chip Hinton, director of the
Florida Strawberry Growers
Association, said White was
one of the most consistent
strawberry growers in the
area.
"The growers are a close-
knit community," Hinton
said. "We are saddened and
are mourning this tragic loss
of one of our members. Bruce
was a very hardworking
grower. His farm often ranked
within the top 10 producers of
strawberries in the area."
Sheriff's detectives ask that
anyone with information
about the shooting call 247-
8200.


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to King at the recreation
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SPORTS


ROBERT CONE/Staff photos

Raiders romp
Plant City rolled over Riverview last week, 52-41, as guard Jason Brown, above, put on a show
for the Raiders, scoring 18 in the district victory. At right, Raider Jeff Knight puts in a rebound
over Riverview's Quincy Barr for two of his five points. Plant City's next home game will be Jan.
18 against Sickles, then the Raiders host district opponent Sarasota Jan. 20 before another
home contest against crosstown rival Durant Jan. 24.


Cougar Coach:'l Think We'll GiveThem A Run For Their Money'


DURANT WRESTLERS
HOST BRANDON

TONIGHT AT 7
ByDAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The Brandon High wres-
tling team, as just about every-
one knows, hasn't lost a dual
meet in ages. The Eagles just
last weekend came away with
another set of victories in its
own tournament, specifically
designed for schools who wish
to challenge the streak.
Tonight, the Eagles could
get an even bigger challenge,
their biggest in many years,
and no special tournament
needed.
In front of what is expected
to be a capacity crowd in the
Durant High School gym, the


Cougars host Brandon at 7
p.m. Durant head coach
Dennis Kitko is not shy about
stating his team's chances of
pulling off the unthinkable,
beating the Eagles.
"I think we'll give them a
run for their money. I really
do," Kitko said.
Very recent history boosts
Kitko's claims, though The
Streak dips way further back
in the annals. Brandon has not
lost a dual meet since 1973,
spanning 422 matches.
Be that as it may, last week-
end the Cougars went up
against a school that, at least
right now, seems very similar
to Brandon. At the Lone Star
Duals tournament in Texas,
the only two Florida schools
entered advanced to the
championship match, where
Oviedo edged Durant, 34-24.
Oviedo is the two-time


defending state champion in
Florida's largest high school
wrestling classification, 3A,
winning the 2004-05 title with
the same ease as Brandon
took the 2A crown.
"Oviedo is supposed to
dominate again this year,"
Kitko said. "And the thing is, I
think we match up with Bran-
don better than we did with
Oviedo."
Going into the last match,
Durant trailed Oviedo by just
six points, meaning the match
basically came down to one
decision. Getting wins in the
title matchup for Durant were
Tommy Bennett, Justin Bech-
told, Matt Wacaser, Tim Bur-
dine, Adam Doback and Chip
Bowden. While the Cougars
were facing the 3A champs,
Brandon was winning its
annual Challenge the Streak
event against the defending


1A titlists, Cardinal Gibbons.
It was a very grueling finals
match, but Brandon won 43-
22. Two years ago, Gibbons'
coach Frank Pettineo said that
teams around the state were
"laughing" at Brandon's streak
because they don't invite
tough opponents in.
Durant certainly appears to
be Brandon's biggest regular-
season challenger in recent
memory. At the Texas event,
the Cougars rolled through
their pool by going 5-0, win-
ning each match by at least 21
points. On the way, Durant
knocked off last year's Lone
Star Duals champ Lawton,
Okla., 57-21, and beat the
runner-up, Martin High, 47-'
26.
In the semifinals, Durant
defeated Alllen High, which
had only lost to Oviedo and
had also knocked off nation-


ally-ranked Bishop Lynch.
Kitko called the tournament
the best-run he has ever had a
team attend. For example, the
Cougars were picked up by a
tourney bus at the Dallas air-
port. Grand Prairie High
School was the host and,
rather than "gym" or "court,"
its wrestling venue is named
the Warrior Coliseum.
Of the 24 schools entered in
the Lone Star Duals, all but six
were from Texas.
"I think the best teams we
saw would be very solid teams
in Florida, just not quite up to
the best of the best here."
Kitko is hoping for a wild
atmosphere tonight.
"I'm trying to fill the place
up," he said. "I understand
there will be a lot of Brandon
fans there, but that's what I
want. I think it's going to be
close."


Plant City Names New Head Football Coach SPORTS SHORTS


KELLEY SHEDS INTERIM LABEL
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Kevin Kelley has gone from Mr. Interim to
Mr. Everything in just a few days' time. Last
week, Kelley was named the new head football
coach at Plant City High School, and he's
quickly realizing how much goes along with
that.
Kelley is not just taking over the coaching
duties from Todd Long, but has Long's diversi-
fied career training teaching job as well, and
this happens to be a busy time of year for that
role.
"There are not enough hours in the day,"
said Kelley, who was interim coach when Long
resigned to take an administrative job at
Durant High. "Currently, I'm kind of
swamped."
' He will set aside a few very important hours


tonight, however.
Every prospective football player and their
parents are urged to attend an informational
meeting tonight at 6 p.m. in the Plant City High
gym.
Important dates will be covered including
spring practice and summer camp at Univer-
sity of South Florida, and, naturally, people
who have not met Kelley can get their first
chance.
Also at the meeting, Kelley will be introduc-
ing his coaching staff, which should consist of
roughly a dozen in all.
Apart from stressing the importance of
tonight's meeting, the. other football-related
activity Kelley has been trying to get the word
out on is offseason conditioning. Prospective
Raiders can attend the sessions, which go from
3:15 to 5:15 on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
afternoons through the end of April.

See COACH, Page 25


Community Little League
Registration for the Plant
City Community Little League
spring baseball and softball
seasons will be held Jan. 14
from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the
baseball complex at 1903 E.
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Cost is $45 per child.
A copy of the child's birth
certificate and proof of resi-
dence are required at registra-
tion.
Play begins in mid-Febru-
ary and runs through May.
Call: 892-1135 or 478-2418.

PCLL registration
Registration .for the 2006
Plant City Little League spring
baseball and softball seasons,
including the Challenger


League for children with
special needs, will be held Jan.
14 from 8:30 a.m. to noon at
Mike Sansone Park on Park
Road.
Cost is $85 for first child,
$75 each additional sibling.
Donations are accepted
only for the Challenger
League.
A copy of child's birth certif-
icate and proof of residence
will be required at registra-
tion.
Call: 752-8941.

Fishing Derby
registration
Plant City Parks and Recre-
ation Department is accepting
See SHORTS, Page 25





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SHARP CUTS


Girls Soccer Playoffs

StartNext Week


By the seedings, it should
be Sarasota Riverview and
Durant playing for next
week's Class 6A-District 8
girls soccer championship.
But in this case, except for
being used as a guide to
match the teams up, the
seeds can pretty much be
thrown out the window.
"Anybody in the district,
literally, can beat anybody
else. That's how much parity
there is," said Durant head
coach Ron Evans.
His Cougars have the
advantage of hosting and, as
the second seed, happen to
open up against Plant City.
Though the Raiders are
last place in the district, they
have played plenty of teams
close, including a 0-0 tie
against King last week and a

COACH
Continued From Page 24
"I've been on the morning
announcements, afternoon
announcements, making sure
everyone who is even thinking
about playing knows about
the conditioning. It's impor-
tant," Kelley said.
* As for next season, which
will be his first officially as a
head coach at the high school
level, Kelley only has one goal
in mind: winning the district
championship.


2-1 loss to Wharton, a team
that came into the game
with a record of 12-1-1.
Freshman Kate Wicker
scored for Plant City against
the Wildcats.
Durant has had a rough
stretch of late, going 0-3-1 at
a holiday tournament in
Sarasota, but Evans hopes
the strong competition his
team faced there will help
out at districts.
"It depends on which
teams shows up for us. We
can play anyone tough," he
said.
Apart from the Sarasota
event, Durant has a record
of 6-2-4. Last week, Durant
lost to rival Bloomingdale, 6-
1, but the Bulls are no longer
in Durant's district.
Sarasota Riverview, as the


DAREK
SHARP


top seed, gets a first-round
bye. The tourney begins
Tuesday at 4 when No. 4
seed Lakeland faces No. 5
Riverview, followed by third-
seeded East Bay against
Sarasota. Durant and Plant
City are set to kick off at 8
p.m.
Semifinals are Wednesday
with Sarasota Riverview
getting the Lakeland-
Riverview winner at 6,
followed by the other two
matches' winners. The finals


are next Friday. In their lone
meeting this season, Durant
was able to defeat Sarasota
Riverview 1-0.
Unfortunately, it looks like
defender Danya Roberts will
be out for at least the district
tournament after suffering
an achilles injury. The
Cougars will have to realign
their defense as a result.
The district champ gets
the luxury of being at home
for at least the first round of
the Class 6A playoffs, while
the runner-up must travel,
something the Cougars
found out last year was no
fun. Durant won a game in
Orlando, but then had to go
all the way to West Palm
Beach, where it was elimi-
nated by Wellington High.
At least a region quarter-
final journey won't be as
mile-chewing this time
around. District 7 includes
teams from Hillsborough
and Pinellas counties.


No Cheyne for PC
The Plant City boys team
will play host to the boys
tourney and only hope that
their top scorer is able to
participate. Cheyne Roberts
broke his jaw while playing
in a pickup game at Braden-
ton IMG Soccer Academy.
Plant City will be the top
seed in the boys event.

Late surge
In what has been a tough
season, the last week or so
has been great for the
Durant girls basketball team.
First, the Cougars pulled
away to beat Plant City, 50-
33. The Raiders actually led
18-14 at the half, but Durant
took the lead in the third
quarter, then outscored
Plant City 19-7 in the fourth.
Amy Rogers scored 18
points for Durant, but she
was just getting warmed up.
On Monday at Gaither,
Rogers poured in a career-
high 30.


SHORTS
Continued From Page 24


"Last year, a 6-4 team
(Brandon) won our district,
and 5-5 was second place. The
only problem with second
place is it means a trip to
Bryant Stadium (to play Lake-
land)," he said. "We'll be
young. We graduated 18 sen-
iors, but my goal is to compete
and win the district."
Familiarity with the oppo-
nents won't be an issue. At
East Bay High, where Kelley


served as an assistant from
1989 to 1995, he worked with
the head 'coaches of four
opponents on next year's
schedule: Mike Gottman of
Durant, Jim Wilt of Brandon,
Brian Thornton of East Bay
and Riverview's Dan 0'
Regan.
Kelley has been on the Plant
City High staff for nine years,
the past three as defensive
coordinator.


preregistrations to its semi-
annual Kids All-American
Fishing Derby at its office,
1904 S. Park Road.
The event is scheduled for
Jan. 21 with preregistration
through Jan. 20 and on-site
registration beginning at 8
a.m. the day of the derby,
which will take place from 8:
30 to 11:30 a.m. at Plant City
Stadium.
Prizes will be awarded for


largest fish, first bass caught,
first catfish caught and most
fish caught.
Anglers must. be accompa-
nied by an adult and need to
bring their own poles and
bait. The pond contains nine
varieties of fish. Registration
forms are available at
www.plantcitygov.com/rec.
- Call: Steve Rossiter, 659-
4200, Ext. 4311, or e-mail sros-
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A RESOLUTION PROVIDING
NOTICE OF HEARING ON
PROPOSED SUBDIVISION
PLAT OF DEVANE ESTATES,
SUBDIVISION IN SECTION
30 TOWNSHIP 29 SOUTH,
RANGE 22 EAST,
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY,
FLORIDA:
SECTION 1. The City
Commission of the City of
Plant City, Florida, does
hereby give notice of
hearing on the approval of
proposed subdivision plat
of Devane Estates, a
subdivision in Section 30,
Township 29 South, Range
22 East, Hillsborough
County, Florida.
SECTION 2. The City
Commission will hold a
public hearing on the
approval of the subdivision
lat at it's meeting in the
Sadye Gibbs Martin
Auditorium of the Nettie
Berry Draughon Municipal
Building, 302 West
Reynolds Street (City Hall),
Plant City, Florida, on
January 23, 2006 at 7:30
p.m. or as soon thereafter
as ihe matter may be
heard, at which time
interested parties and
citizens may appear and be
heard with respect to the
proposed subdivision.
SECTION 3. A resolution
approvin. said subdivision
plat shalloe considered by
the City Commission upon
the conclusion of the public
hearing.
SECTION 4. The proposed
subdivision plat may be
inspected by the public at
the office of the City Clerk
at the Nettie Berry
Draughon Municipal
Building (City Hall), 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant Citytlorida.
SECTION S. All persons are
advised that if a person
decides to appeal any
decision made by the City
Commission with respect
to any matter considered
at such meeting, he will
need a record of the
proceedings, and for such
purpose he may need to
ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings
is made which record
includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.
SECTION 6. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act any person
with a disability requiring
r e as o n ab l e
accommodation in order to
participate in this meeting
shouldcall the City Clerk at
813-659-4200 at least 48
hours prior to the public
hearing.
SECTION 7. At the public
hearing referred in Section
1 herein all sneakers shall
be limited to three (3)
minutes, unless the
speaker request the City
Clerk for additional time no
less then forty- eight (48)
hours prior to said' public
hearing. In the event
speakers) request
additional time the
determination of the
amount of time to be
allowed shall be at the
discretion of the Mayor,
but no speaker shall
generally be allowed more
then fifteen (15) minutes.


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SECTION 8. This resolution,
as notice of said public
hearing, shall be published
by the City Clerk in the
Courier, issue of January
12 2006.
Adopted by the City
Commission on January 9,
2006.
John L. Dicks
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
NO:2726 1/12/2006
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
In compliance with the Ad-
ministrative Procedures
Act, Chapter 120.54 of the
Florida Statutes, 1978 and
the School Board of hills-
borough County's policies,
the public is hereby noti-
fied of the following
amendmentto the SCHOOL
BOARD POLICY MANU-
AL:4.01 Pupil Progression
Plan, 4.02 Adult Technical
Centers, 4.04 New or Exper-
imental Curriculum Project
Approval, 4.05 Field Trips,
4.08 Extracurricular Pro-
gram, 4.13 Athletics, 4.23
Magnet Schools and 5.15
eye-Protection Devices.
Anyone challenging the
above affected Poli-
cy/Summaries of Proce-
dures is requested to do so
in writing and mail or deliv-
er to the address listed be-
low within twenty-one (21)
days of this notice. The
public hearing is scheduled
ror February 7, 2006, 5:00
pRm., in the Board Room,
Raymond 0. Shelton
School Administrative Cen-
ter, 901 East Kennedy Bou-
levard.
Copies of the affected Poli-
cy/Summaries of Proce-
dures, which have no ap-
preciable economic impact
on the school system, are
available for inspection
and copying at theoffice of
the superintendent of
Schools, Raymond 0. Shel-
ton School Administrative
Center.
Any person who mightwish
to appeal any decision
made by the School Board
of Hillsborough County re-
gardingany matter consid-
ered at the forthcoming
public hearing is hereby
advised that they will need
a record of the proceedings
and for such purpose they
may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of thepro-
ceedings is made which
will include the testimony
and evidence upon which
such appeal is to be based.
By: MaryEllen Elia
Superintendent of Schools
NO:2767 1/12/2006
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CAROLINA LAND! No Hur-
ricanes! 20 acres, pond:
$99 ,99000 perked,
woOds, fields. Near
Raleigh/ Durham. Email
for pictures or call:
(919) 693-8984; owner@
newbranch.com
CENTRAL GEORGIA Quiet
country setting, filled
w/hardwoods &pines (9
miles So. of DublinAlso 5
miles south of Vidalia.)
Lots range 3-50 acres,
starting $2650/acre.
Call owner 912-529-4076
Coastal Southeast
Georgia Large wooded
water access, marsh
view, lake front, and golf
oriented homesales
From the mid $70's Live
oaks, ool, tennis, golf.
(874)266-7376.
www.cooperspoint.com
COLORADO, 5 ACRES
Near Ski Resort, Fishing
Lake & Hunting. Moun-
tain Views! Level &
Buildable. On county
maintained roads. $300
Down & $95/month,
$7400 Total. By Owner,
1-505- 770-6451
COME TO THE MOUN-
TAINS! RE/MAX Moun-
tain Properties offers
the best properties
available in Western NC.
Mountain views, creeks,
cabins & acreage. Call
toll free, 1-877-837-3002
to receive more infor-
mation.
DISCOVER NORTH CARO-
LINA MOUNTAINS! Low
taxes, cool. summers!
Beautiful views! Cabins,
homes, farms, large &
small acreage Murphy,
NC. Free color brochure,
1-800-837-7656, Pruden-
tial Mountain Realty
www.prudentialmoun-
tainre.com
East Alabama Mountain
Property For Sale One
hour west of Atlanta in
Piedmont, AL Beautiful
View 48 acres $144,000
14,400 down 1,087 per
month owner financed.
Call Glenn
(850)545-4928.
ESCAPE BEAUTIFUL
WESTERN N.C. MOUN-
TAINS Free Information
& Color Brochure.
Mountain Properties
Spectacular Views Cab-
ins, Homes, Creeks & In-
vestment Acreage Ap-
pachian Land Co.
1-800-213-7919 Murphy
SNC's Largest RE Firm
www.appalachian-
land.com
FLORIDA WHOLESALE
LOTS Double your in-
vestment in 1 Year.
Builders Lots in Fastest
Growing Areas in Flori-
da. Wholesale Pricing
954-556-5300
FRANKLIN, N.C. Golf
course lot, First Fairway
Dr. $59K. 813-928-3781
GEORGIA Area, 2 acre Lot,
New Construction 3/2 or
4/2 $139,900. Call
912-839-7500 or 912-541-
3784
GEORGIA Area- 7 acres
Uith 3 2 bncrl home in
Early Counrt. $95,000.
912 839 7500 or
nm.qu.arevi'yahoo.com
GEORGIA Bu, land in
Middle Ge,:or.i! It's rel-
a lt..El .rl1.ip and we
ha .. inu0 acres to
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478 552 5181l
GEORGIA Wahington
Counv3. 0 acres. Half in
i;S rar i Pines.
$45,000. Call Town &
Coilntrv Reil Estate
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MURPHY, NORTH
CAROLINA AAH COOL
SUMMERS MILD
WINTERS Affordable
Homes & Mountain
Cabins Land CALL FOR
FREE BROCHURE
(877)837-2288 EXIT
REALTY MOUNTAIN
VIEW PROPERTIES
www.exitmurphy.com.
MURPHY NORTH CAROLI-
NA AAH! Cool Summers
Mild Winters Affordable
Homes & Mountain Cab-
ins Land Call for Free
Brochure 877-837-2288
Exit Realty Mountain
View Properties
www.exitmurphy.com
NC MOUNTAINS 10.51
acres on mountain top
in gated community,
view, trees, waterfall &
large public lake
nearby, paved private
access, $119,500 owner
(866)789-8535
www.NC77.com.
N.C. MOUNTAINS Gated
Golf Community. New
Phase Opening. Limited
Home Sites Staffing at
$99,000. 2 Hrs North of
Atlanta Toll Free:
1-866-997-0700
NC MOUNTAINS-Log
cabin $89,900. Easy to
finish cabin on secluded
site. Million $$$ Views
Available on 1-7 acre
parcels $29,900-$79,900.
ree Info Available!
(828)256-1004.

N.C. MOUNTAINS
Log cabin $89,900, easy to
nish shell on secluded
site. 1-7 acre parcels
w/million $$ views!
$29,900-$79 900
Free info828-256-1004
NC MOUNTAINS Log cab-
in $89,900. Easy to finish
cabin on secluded site.
Million $$$ Views Avail-
able on 1-7 acre parcels
$29,900-$79,900. Free In-
fo Available!
1-828-256-1004.
North Carolina Gated
Lakefront Community
1.5 acres plus, 90 miles
of shoreline. Never be-
fore offered with 20%
pre-development dis-
counts, 90% financing.
Call (800)709-5253.
NORTH CAROLINA LAND
Live by the Lake! 10 acre
tract $6K per acre.
Smaller lots available.
Call for free brochure.
1-866-603-5263
NORTH GEORGIA MOUN-
TAINS 100+ Acre Tracts,
USFS, Views, Waterfall
$24-30K per acre. Toll
free 1-888-802-4201
ID#9106 for recorded
message e-mail lau-
ra@miong.com Moun-
tain Investments of
North Georgia
ROCKY MOUNT VIRGINIA
New 45 Acre Subdivi-
sion! 3 Miles from Town
30 Miles from Roanoke
Lots from 1-10 Acres
Part Level & Cleared &
Part Wooded Avg Price
Per Acre $17,300
540-334-5941 www.ab-
sofvainc.com
S. Carolina Acreage. Lake
Marion area. 3+ acres,
excellent building site,
nice quiet area. Buy
Snow, build later.
$24,900. Owner Financ-
ing. 803-473-7125
S.E. OHIO 5 Acres. Hill top
setting, Amish country
home w/3 bedrooms.
wrap around front
porch. Needs TLC. New
bank barn and more.
$99,900. Owner Financ-
ing. 740 489-9146
STOCKS STILL LOW?
Invest ;n rhe b.' n;.in,3 & .
Iana mnkt. BuB, ,i;.'
ment properties and sell
within 45 days for a
quick profit. $5K min inv.
25% return w/n 45 days.
NotanIPO
Serious inquiries only
1-866-871-3226
TENNESSEE 17.88ac
w/1999 Modular Home,
year around creek,
Owner Financing
$117,000 931-946- 5263
TENNESSEE ACREAGE 5
acres gorgeous moun-
tain top building site
w/woods, breathtaking
views, river access.
Cumberland Plateau ar-
ea. $39,900 Owner fi-
nancing. 772-263-3775
or 1-800-763-0085 Ask
about our mini vacation.
TENNESSEE BEAUTIFUL
LAKE LOTS AND HOMES.
Great lakefront living!
Starting at $49,900.
20,000 acre all sports
lake. Nearby golfing.
Close to Nashville,
1-888-292-5253 Grey-
hawk Properties.
TENNESSEE LAKEFRONT
HOMESITES lLo 6 acres
from the '401..
Spectacular lake,
mountain and wooded
nature sites newly
released. Just 1-1/2
hours toNashville. Don't
miss out! Call
(866339-4966
TENNESSEE LAKESIDE
RETREATS New gated
community. incredible
lake & mountain views.
1 to 5 acre building sites
from the $40s. Lake
access, boat ramp,
private slips (limited).
don't miss out. Call
(866)292-5769.


1 143 1 Out Of State |
TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN
LAND Tennessee Land
Located in The Beautiful
Cumberland Mountains
Owner Financing as low
as $500 Down! JDL Real-
ty 931-946-2484
www.JDLRealty.com
TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN
LAND New Pre-Develop-
ment Offering Bluffs,
Creek Excellent Proper-
ties 2 Acre Lots Owner
Financing Available
Prices Start At $19 995
JDL Realty 931-946-2484
WWW.JDLRealty.com
WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS North
Carolina Where there is:
Cool Mountain Air,
Views & Streams,
Homes, Cabins &
Acreage. CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE OF
MOUNTAIN PROPERTY
SALES (800)642-5333.
Realty Of Murphy 317
Peachtree St. Murphy,
N.C. 28906.
www.realtyof
murphy.com
WESTERN NC MThS riear
L Lujf- Atreat Irc'rn
124.,91). Lan. "3 LO-
Cabin Shell starting a
$84,900. Waterfall Pre-
serve area in develop-
ment. 1-828-287-5000
www.BlackRockCaroli-
na.com
Whitewater Living In The
Tennessee Smokies
Gated Waterfront Com-
munity Fall Foliage Sale
Starting low as $46,900
(Limited Lots Available)
Riverfront & Mountain
Views Call Now Buy di-
rect from the developer
& Save Thousands
1-800-559-3095 ext 135
www.rivercrestllc.com
BEAUTIFUL NORTH
CAROLINA. WINTER
SEASON IS HERE! MUST
SEE THE BEAUTIFUL
PEACEFUL MOUNTAINS
OF WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS. Homes,
Cabins, Acreage &
Investments. Cherokee
Mountain Realty GMAC
Real Estate, Murps,.
www.cherokeemoun
tainrealty.com Call foor
Free Brochure
(800)841-5868.
MOVE TO TENNESSEE!
LOOKING FOR LAKE
LOTS, LAKE HOMES,
LAND FARMS,
VICTORIANS,
INVESTMENT OR
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PRICES. EXECUTIVE
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(865)717-7775
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Manufactured
Homes

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150 1Sales

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Lo,,w 1" $.1 1',I1.1
Del. Setup AC. Skirt
More Sq. Feetforthe $$
Banks (863) 688-4635
Lakeland Nearl-4&98
New 1500 sq feet
3 or4 bed 2 baths
69,500.00 (813)971-6953
(813)759-2959 www.
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Mobile
155 Homes In
Parks
LOTS FOR RENT! Move In
Special! Briarwood
Mobile Home Comm.
4002 Smith Ryals Rd,
Plant City. Also
Repossed homes for
sale. 813-737-2110.
Plant City, 55+ park 2/2
carport split plan scr
rm on fake. Pool, club
house, golf. $11K Owner
Fin. $1500 down, $150 +
ot rent. 727-399-9533
Mobile
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Property

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1/2 acres
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(813)759-2959www
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180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

nA Executive
I80A Suites

LeasingExecutive Suites.
Great location on US 19.
Personized phone ans.
svc, Full utilities, Con-
ference rm 24/7 access.
727-799-1555
I nl Ofc Space
I .1 Lease

Lutz/LOL
(2) 1500sf units avail,
office/retail, SR 54 in
Cypress Creek Mall area
$2750 per month per
unit. 813-996-4615
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180B o Ofc Space
Lease
NEW TAMPA Seven Oaks
Professional Ctr. Btwn
1-75 & SR 56. 1500-
6000sf, Brand New, Re-
serve nowto choose col-
ors. 813-786-4236
OFFICE SUITES FOR
LEASE (4) INCLUDES
ONLINE ACCESS USE OF
COPIER LOCATED NEAR
175 AND HWY 60. CALL
813-299-9958
PLANT CITY, Industrial
Park Office Space for
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
Incl. Conference Room
& Break Room. Starting
at $160 per month
Contact: Pierce Lackey
813-865-1191.
The George W. Lackey Co.
PLANT CITY, Industrial
Park Office Space for-
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
including Conference
Room & Break Room.
Starting at $160. mo.
Contact Pierce Lackey
813-865-1191. THE-
GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO
0 Retail
180C eISpace

PLANT City, Alexander St
near hospital, for rent,
800+ sqft, BeautySalon
w/4 stations, 1 or 2 nail
tech station. Complete-
ly set up and ready to
GO. 813-967-3858
Warehouse
180D -Business
Park Space
For sale/lease/option to
buy. Warehouse built
2003.1717 E. Busch Blvd.
1000 to 12,000sf. $109
per sf sale or lease from
675-$700 per 1000 sf.
Security gate, 24 hr ac-
cess. 813-984-1533.
190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

Warehouses

For sale/lease/option to
buy. Warehouse built
2003.1717 E. Busch Blvd.
1000 to 12,000sf. $109
pers sale or lease from
$675-$700 per 1000 sf.
Security gate, 24 hr ac-
cess. 813-984-1533.
200-249
Rentals

*202 Accom. To
2 Share
Brandon-Seffner Quiet,
Beautiful, Newer home
to share with other sin-
gles. On small lake. No
smoking or partying.
Call Joe/CHRIS at 813-
657-1748 or (248)
342-5047
WESTCHASE-Country-
way beautiful safe
home, full amenities.
$00'month $i T,0 d
pniil. Evrye h ina ,l.
Rlsreq'd 13.-5b 1865
0 Apartments
205 Unfurnished

BUSCH GARDENS AREA
2br2ba&lbrlba,
Easy Move In
New Appliances
Great location
813-985-3600
C 'Wood Spacious 2br/2b
newly upgrd.unit. SS
Appls Gran.tops& lake-
view. Pool, rec area, ten-
nis cts & wt. rm incl.
$1,000/mo 813-391-3700
Plant City, Efficiency
cabin, lbd, A/C & appl.,
no pets $260 month
813-659-2666 or
813-785-6393

Valrico 1& 2 bdrms
W/D included;
Pool &tennis
$515-$705 per month
Call 813-689-5494
210 Houses
Unfurnished
ANTIOCH/CORK Area
1400 sf 2br/lba house in
country very neat & pri-
vate,W/D& dishwasher
Ig rooms, yard & front
proch. Near 1-4 & 301,
$800 mo Plus $800 secu-
rity. CALL 813-752-7605
day or night
APOLLO BEACH Brand
New, 4BR, 3BA, 3CG,
w/bonus rm, covered
Sl ake all appliances,
blinds, (awncare incl.
$1995 mo. 813-789-2662
Apollo Beach/Ruskin
New Duplex 3br,2ba,
CHA all appls blinds,
lawn care, W/D hkup,
quiet street. $1050/mo
+ dep. 813-625-2843
BRANDON townhomes in
gated community.
3/2/2, $1295 + dep.
2/2'/z,$1100 +dep.
3/2/2 HOUSE $1200.
VALRICO 2/1/2 TH $1100
+ dep. 813-333-2477.
BRANDON/VALRICO
Copper Ridge, spacious
1860sf, 3br, 2ba, 2cg,
en, big great room, Ig
fncd bkydw/patio, pets
ok. Bit 200. All appis
incl. $1450 OBO Call
today! 813-494-0959
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NEW TAMPA
4br,2ba,2cg, 2200sf, new
paint, newbathrm, scrr
anai w/new carpeting
satellite dish, nice yarg
quiet street, pets ok
$1475/mo. 813-907-0839
NEW TAMPA 4br,2ba
2cg, cul de sac, qreat
sc ools, all appls,lawr
service, first, security &
app fee. CLEAN!
$1700/mo. 813-601-8161
NEW TAMPA Brand new
4BR/2/2 BA'2CG, 2 story
front porch, covered
lanai, all appl., gated
comm. $1600/mo. Ready
Now. Call 813-610-8778
PLANT CITY 3br lba, CHA
W/D Hkup $850/mc
$800 Dep. 12 Plum St
No Pets 813-659-8682
PLANT City 4407 Countr)
Hills Blvd. Beautiful,
newer home. 3br, 2ba.
Master suite w/sep batt
& walk-in closet Kitch-
en w/appliances. Call
Dennis 863-680-3322
Riverview 4br 2ba 2cg
lakefrt. Brand new. Pets
welcome. Large yard. PT
work in exchange for re-
duced rent. School on
grounds. 727-422-8020
RIVERVIEW New Const,
3br2ba2cg, w/new
appli, cvrd Patio, Comm
Pool, $1,400/mo neg. +
Dep.Sec 8 OK 15 mm to
Dtn Tampa. 917-747-0032
SEMINOLE Hts, 2br lba
Exc.Cond, New Appli, All
Laminet Firs, Shaded
Lot, Near DT, Avail Now,
320 W Comanche $975/m
407-932-3762*. 922-5819
Waterchase. Maint free,
1800 sf, $2300 mo. rent,
$429,900 sale price, wa-
terview, new, 3br 2ba
2cg. Westchase condo
1/1 $900 rent $159,900
sale. 813-732-4730
12 | Lease-Option
2 11 To Buy

YBOR CITY AREA
1208 E 25th Ave, 1 yr
lease option 3br, la, $Sk
down, $1200/mo. Avail
Immed. 2419E17thAve
1 yr lease option
3br lba, 5k down
$1400/mo. Avail Mar.
813-477-2401
12121 Condominiuml
SOUTH TAMPA 2br, 2ba,
attchd 2cg, 1000sf, hd
firs, carpein BRs W/D,
walk to Bayshorew Star-
bucks, gym. $1600 1 +y
lease only. 813-598-2295
I 212A Townhouse

BRANDON
2br,2.5ba, 1100sf, new
carpet new tile new
paint, W/D. $1000/mo.
813-24-1454/610-9464
Edgewater Land 0 Lakes,
New-3br. 2.5ba fin gar,
backyard conserv. PETS
OK, pool, all appls, 4 min
from 1-75 & 1-275.
$1050/mo 813-477-6020
NEW TAMPA 3br,2.5ba,
gated, all amenities, ca-
le, trash, water mcl.
Great schools. CLEAN!!
$1100/mo. 1st sec, app
fee. 813-601-8161
NEW TAMPA Meadow
Pointe 2br, 2ba, on con-
servation lot w/pond,
tile, new carpet, new
paint. $1 050/mo Call
813-948-3843
Sheldon & Hillsborough
area, waterfront Town-
home, 2br 1/2ba
w/washer & dryer $1100
mo. 941-812-3860,
786-280-6466.
SOUTH TAMPA, 3 story
Loft Home, Appli Incl
W/D, 1'2 yrs New, Mod-
ern, Ultra Contempo-
rary, Fenced Yard,
$2,250/mo 813-655-0300
VALRICO Brand new 2br
2.5ba + den in galed
community. All apple's 1
water & basic cable incl.
$1085/mo. call
813-453-7789
15 Mobile
| Homes
1BrApts&1&2Bedrm
Mobile Homes
Plant City 813752-5234
CORK Area. 2BR 2BA.ur.
nisied on private adult
lot, NO PETS
813-986-2460
LITHIA, Beautiful Double
Wide 3bd/2ba on pri-
vate lot, fenced yard, 2
sheds & NO PETS. $850
+ deposit 813-737-1484
PLANT CITY 2BR, MH,
CH/A, laundry on prem-
ises. NO PETS, weekly,
bi-weekly or monthly
plus security 752-7033
or 813-716-5567
Seffner, Nice 2/2 on Ig
Private lot. New carpet
& vinyl, CHA, no dogs.
$675/mo. 813-404-2069
SPRINGHEAD: Nice 2/1,
CHA no pets, referenc-
es, $135/wk, $375 dep.
863-670-1924
i3 Beach
230 Rentals
SAND KEY beach, 3br,
3ba, jacuzzi, fireplace,
1800 sf, bar, restaurant,
fitness, locked building,
$3000 per month + de-
posit. 813-294-9778


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sored Training & exam
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collection specialist w/
attention to detail and
strong comm. skills.
Responsible for accts
received from Meaicare.
Medicaid Ins & patient
accts. Exp pref'd. Great
benes & growth oppty.
EOE/DFWP. Submit
resume to 813-621-5810
Where on earth can you
buy sell or find almost
anything? Classified, of
course! It's the market-
place of choice.
LMT/PT
i Exp. req'd, full-time.
Plant City. 813-752-2440
3 3 Child/Adult
In'd f Care
PLANT City Area Pre
School Teachers needed
experience preferred
but not requires. Will
Train 813-857-8457
Restaurant/
340 Hospitality/
Clubs
Bartenders/Servers high
vol. wtrfrnt bar/rest.
$ Evc. tips' S Ricks on the
River. I 2.948 3526l
OPENING SOON
Strawberry Town pro-
duce market and cafe
located at 3161 Paul
Buchman Hwy. Looking
for positive energetic
individuals for cashier
and food prep. Full and
part time position avail-
able. Fax Resume to:
813-707-8483.
All resumes kept
confidential.
Servers, Hosts, and
Cooks needed. Now Hir-
ing for Applebees. Apply
within 1204 Townsgate
Ct, Plant City.
CLASSIFIED WORKS
I Legal" I
349 Profession

Paralegal Trainee, F/T.
Start as Clerk. Exc. work
enviro. Fore/bk good
skills req'd..Typing and
computer knowledge.
Benefits. Sabal Park,
Tampa, 813-915-8660.
Fax 813-915-0559
I Admin/
350 General
Office
Accountant.
Data Entry.
SReceptionist
$9-15+ Benefits
Rita Staffing
813-754-5997
Clerical Inside Sales
Snarp applicant w. inside
sales exp in building ma-
terials md. MS Office
skills and professional
appearance. Fax
resumes: (863) 683-2793
Office Help for Landscape
contractor, M-F 7am-
4:30. Computer skills.
Call 684-0636 or fax
681-2541
35 Customer
355 Service

Customer Service, Tax
prep. involves people
skills too! Fast growing
tax service offering free
computer tax class to
train tax preparers for
seasonal empl. Hurry
classes start soon!
Call 813-719-2223


I360 Trades
Alarm,'Low Voltage. Earn
$40K-$60K in Alarm/
phone/cable. Prewire
exp only! Benefits. Earn
$500 Sign bon onus -
877-859-8885
Auto Tech
ENGINE LAB
NOW HIRING
exp'd Auto Techs, R&R
engines, $18-21/FR,
health, IRA, excel. work-
ing cond., great hours.
Call now! 813-630-2422
Find it! Classified
Put classified to workfor
you! It's your number
one source of informa-
tion on a variety of ser-
vices: Painters, Finan-
cial professionals.
Childcare providers and
a host of other helpers.
Trying to find someone
toe Findourself in
need. Classified's your
1tl resource. indeed
ELECTRICIANS
JW.SVC work, mrrinnimum 5
years experience. Call
Jerry at 813-918-8092
Industrial Maintenance
Fabricators
Once of the nation's larg-
est distributors ofpoly-
ethylene pipe (HDPE),
fittings and fusion
equipment is accepting
apuications for indus-
trial Maintenance and
Fabricators. Pay Range:
$10 to $15DOE.
Apply inperson:
RiTASTAFFING
201 Dort Street
Plant City FL
(813) 754-997
CLASSIFIED
WORKS
Mechanic: Busch Gar-
dens, min 5 yrs automo-
tive or industrial main-
tenance exp. Rides exp a
+. Good benefits &
workplace. Fax resume
to Attn: Jay
813-987-5576 or emai:
jay.oswald@
buschgardens.com. EOE,
M/F/D/V, DFWP
1365 | Retail I
Retail

Looking to
Gro-A-Lot with
Save-A-Lot?

STORE CLERKS
Sun City, FI
-Code 111
Plant City, FL
-Code 135
Interested applicants
should call the job
hotline at
1.866.420.JOBS and enter
Code. No Walk-ins
please! Learn more at
www.save-a-lot.com.
EOE
CLASSIFIED
IS INFORMATIVE
1370 | Sales

AUTO SALES
PROFESSIONALS
Experienced preferred
$70,000
per year potential
Insurance Matchina401K




12020 US Hway 301
Dade City 352-521-0055
RETAIL/WHOLESALE
salesperson needed for
performance wheels,
tires, accessories. Job
req: strong work ethic,
work as a team player.
Training provided. Sala-
ry & commission. Fax re-
sume 863-688-0372 or
apply At 604 W. Memori-
alvd., Lakeland



HIRING
SALES bi-lingual light
office work. Up to
$30 000 per year. Call
Linda 813-707-8828
SALES Great opportunity
Train to sell Arn. Great
pay. Brandon & So.
Cou nty 813-645-7240

71 Tele-
I 37 marketing
Telemarketers PT/FT Ex-
perienced only need ap-
ply! Salary + commis-
sion. Call 813-973-7800

m | Driver/ I
375 I Delivery

DELIVERY DRIVER P/T 35
hrs+ Class B, M-F, In
state only, Plant City,
813754-4743
Driver- COVENANT
TRANSPORT. Excellent
Pay & Benefits for
Experienced Drivers,
0/0, Solos, Teams &
Graduate Students.
Bonuses Available.
Refrigerated Now
Available. (888) MORE
PAY (888-667-3729).


I Driver/
375 Delivery

Driver Local
Commercial Carrier
hasClassACDLdriving
opportunities open in
ourAUBURNDALE
TERMINAL. Class A CDL
Must learn flatbed, 3
mo. driving exp.
MULBERRRY TERMINAL
has opportunities for
Class A CDL and
tankerend.
Recent grads welcome!
1-888-562-9065
driveccc.com




Driver- NOW HIRING
QUALIFIED DRIVERS for
Central Florida Local &
National OTR positions.
Food grade tanker, no
hazmat, no pumps,
great benefits,
competitive pay & new
equipment.. Need- 2
years experience. Call
Bynum Transport for
your opportunity today.
(800)741-7950
DRIVERS CLASS A CDL
OTR & IN STATE AVAIL
2yrs Exp. Excellent $$$$$
401k & insurance
Great miles & home time
Rowland Transportation
1-800-338-1146
DRIVERS Company Driv-
ers Solos/Teams Class
A/CDL New Pay Pack-
age 3-1-05, Make up to
40 cents/mile & More.
Great Home Time! Also
Owner Operators Need-
ed! 1-877-882-6537 EOE
Oakley Transport, Inc.
DRIVERS LCT WANTS
YOU! OTR drivers solos
or teams. 3 months ex-
perience & CDL-A/HAZ
required. Full benefits
package. 2003-2005
equipment. Call
1-800-362-0159 LCTran-
sportation.com
Drivers
Owner Operators
"NewTampaTerminal"
Tampa Area Lanes
Dependable Mileage
100% Fuel Surcharge
Tag Program
813-628-9600
www.comtrak
logistics.com
Owner Operators:
TAKETHEFIRSTSTEP
TOWARD A BETTER
FUTURE!
Lease Purchase
PlanAvailable*
*Great pay
*Guaranteed sometime
SNo Lease-On Costs
*Spouse Rider Program
SPaid OrientatiOn
2 yrs OTR exlp req.
Miller Transporters, Inc.
Call Brian Hall
at our Plant City, FL
location
1-866-581-8976
ww.millert.com
CYPRESS TRUCK LINES
INC Driver Designed
Dispatch. FLA
ONLY/Flat Bed students
welcome. Home Every
WeekEnd Most Nights
(800)545-1351
w* c vpr-ssiruct.com
S380 1General

ACT FAST!
Pay those holiday
Bills $$$$$$
Deliver Verizon
phone Books in
- Zephyrhills
- Winter Haven
v HainesCity
v Lakeland
and surrounding areas!
Call or Stop by NOW!!
Royal Bowling Lanes
1927 Brinson Road Lutz,
813-909-0631
Dundee Quality Inn Rm.
148,28611 US Hwy 27 N.
863-439-6301
AMF Lakeside Lanes
2310 Edgewood Drive S.
863-606-0138 Or call
1-800-518-1333 ext 103
ASSISTED Living Facility
needs FT/PT afternoons
& evenings help. No ex-
perience necessary will
train. 813-754-5223.
ATTN: SHOPPERS needed
to work at retail stores.
No experience required,
training provided. Up to
$15/Hour Immediate
openings. Full & part-
time, 1-800-554-5992

AVON$$$
Need money? Sell Avon
products to your family,
friends and co-workers.
Earn up to 50% commis-
sion. Free training and
set your own hours; Call
Jannette 813-731-3865
sehabiaespapol
CLEANING CO. HIRING:
PT/FT, AM/PM shifts,
must have transp. Man-
atee, Pasco, Hillsbor-
ough, Sarasota, Pinel-
las. Contact Ryan at
813-789-9868
COMMERICAL build-
ing/office cleaners $8.
per hour to start. Night
shifts. 813-752-6805
COOL TRAVEL JOB! 18/25
gals/guys towel major
US Cities. Represent
Fashion, Sports, Music
publications. 2 weeks
paid training. Call Stacy
@ 1-866-8384-0398


1380 I General |
FLORIDA STRAWBERRY
FESTIVAL
Now taking applications
for Maintenance work-
ers. Aply in person
Monday thru Frioay
8:00 A.M.-10:00 A.M.
ONLY. 2701 W. Reynolds
St. Plant City
NO PHONE CALLS
HORSE BARN HELP NEED-
ED: Exp Nec. Full-time &
p art-time, Plant City.
$8/hr. 813-695-6966.
HOUSEKEEPING/light
maintenance help need-
ed 15-20 hours/wk; pay
based on experience.
Apply at the Plant City
YMCA,1507 YMCA
Place, through Jan 15.
HYDRAULIC shoo need
person 4. simn ep
making up hoses re-
building cylinder etc.
813-759-0599
PEDDLE YOUR BIKE
WITH AN AD IN
CLASS 452
Limpiadores / Cleaners
PT/FT. Start Today
Cleaning Offices /
Apartments / Hotels in
Your Area. Bilingual En-
S i sh/EspanoI,
ay/Night/Weekends,
Flexible Hours. $14 per
Call. 1-877-832-5428.
LIVE-in nanny single
mom of 3, room, board,
utilities provided. Ref &
Bkground Ck req
752-4586
SEARS HOME IMPROVE-
MENT has positions
available promoting our
products inside Sears
stores. Seniors wel-
come. Earn up to
$13/hour base/bonus.
Call 1-800-379-8310 EOE
/DFWP
SWEEPER DRIVERS, E Lic.
9pm-7am, hard work
$360 perweek
Call 813-243-3023
WAREHOUSE employees
NE Tampa Manufactur-
ing plant has current
openings. Will train
Apply at 6211 N. 56th St.
BECOME A Mystery
Shopper! GAPbuster is
currently recruiting
mystery shoppers. Get
paid to snop and
improve customer

.com/xec
Small dealership looking
for parts person and
outside sales for new
territory upcoming for
new year. Call for
A p g 1 i c a t i o n
(800) 56-7577.
391-399
Education

1396 | Schools
EARN DEGREE online
from home. *Medical,
*Business, *Paralegal,
*Computers. job
Placement Assistance.
Computer & Financial
aid if qualify.
(866)858-2121
www.onlinetide
watertech.com.
AMERICA'S DRIVING
ACADEMY
JACKSONVILLE'S CDL
SCHOOL ANNOUNCES
ITS GRAND OPENING!
*Financing Available
Call For Details
(866)889-0210.
400-499
Merchandise

1400 | Misc for Sale
#1 Steel Building Source
Since 1980! CalrForHon-
esty and Integrity! All
Sizes! 1-888-425-7755
1380 1 General I



EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR
EMPLOYMENT


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* National Certification
* Financial Assistance
Job Placement
Assistance

800-383-7364

Associated Training
Services
www.atsn-schools.com
056871


1400 1 Misc for Sale |
BATHTUB REFINISHING..
Renew/Change Color.
Tub,Tile, Sink&Chip Re-
pair. Commercial & Res-
idential. 5yrs. Warranty.
Quick Response, In-
sured. Serving Florida
Over 10yrs. 'Florida's
Tub Doctor.'
1-888-686-9005
BATTERIES, automotive
to locomotive. We re-
condition your battery
to like new condition
with warranty starting
at $20.813-657-0454.
FIREWOOD Split and
seasoned. Pick up or
deliver. 511 Telfair Rd,
Brandon 813-309-2615
or 813-992-0167
Garages, Barns. Carports
.tartmng 595 Galva-
nized sFeel. 2 Styles, 13
Colors. Free installation.
Call for free quote on
any size. Florida Certi:
fled 10year warranty
available. 386-736-0398
jcscarportsandgar-
ages.comrn
MEMORY FOAM All Vis-
c.o New Orthopedic
NASA Matresses War
raniy. Cost $1995. sell.
$399, Queen: $I9q. King.
All ziZes ava;labi-. Free
Delivery! Original Tem-
pur-Pedic from $699.
guaranteed Best Price!
Electric Adjustables for
Less! www.mat-
tress dr c o m
1-866-476-0289,
813-493-1222,
727-733-9334
POOL TABLE-8'Excalibur
Solidwood "Harvard"
Collection, Still Crated,
1" Slate, Leather Pock-
ets, All. Accessories.
Can Deliver Cost $5K,
Sacrifice $1350,
Ball/Claw $1750, Match-
ing Dining Top $495,
www.excaliburbil-
I i a r d s c o m
561-868-2094,
954-648-9506,
813-273-8701

Wanted
OLD GUITARS WANTED!
Fender, Gibson,
Gretsch, Martin, D'An-
gelico Stromberg, Rick-
enbacker, and Mosrite.
1930's thru 1960's. Top
cash paid!
1-800-401-0440
Year Old Records 33's,
45's, Jazz, Blues, Rock'N
Roll. 1950's, '60' & 70's.
Call 813-685-6655
$$ PAID for WATCHES
pocket & wrist. GOLD/
Silver Jewelry, Dia-
mn.nds. C ll G mol':.)i;.t
SAM ,727)80.1-7.463
1401 Auctions I
AUCTION January 14,
S 10AM, 8102 S. County
Rd. 39 Plant City. Tables
mantles, chairs, wood
boxes, cabinets chest
of drawers, reclaimed
doors, wavy glass
windows, columns,
lantern, chandeliers,
Empire dresser, claw
foot tubs, porcelain
sinks dishes, clay pots
saddle stands,
bookcases, saddles,
door knobs, doll house,
stained glass, old tools,
rugs old-coins contents
of Western furniture
store, and much more!
*AB2418AU3237 BP10%
CALL 813-716-4508
pn?1 Antiques/s
02i Collectibles
American Indian Items
Wanted. Old Rugs, Pots,
Jewelry Bead Work etc.
Pre 1960. Please call FL.
352-466-3013 or N.M.
505-228-5974
Antique Shop Drastically
Reduced Prices On All
Merchandise. Display &
show cases. S. Tampa.
Call 813-972-2153
DESK/SECRETARY an-
tique Larson side by
side, great cond, $700.
Antique pine armoire,
$800.813-839-7916
Indian Items, Authentic.
Rugs, Pottery, Baskets,
Arrows, Bows Quiver,
Pipe Rattles, Coostick,
Shie(d, etc. 813-933-7569
LIONEL TRAINS & Others.
Bought & sold. New &
used. All gauges.
813-677-5008

PIANO. Pease cabinet
grand up-right dated
1886,$500.813-737-2195
Total Liquidation, prvt
indiv. Antique collect.
glass/ pottery/Nascar/
urn /barware, diecast
art deco 813-746-9220
Huge Sale. Art, furn.
glassware, collectibles,
jewelry, vintage clothes,
908 S. MacDill Ave.
Tues-Sat 10-6,258-9580
406 1 Jewelry
RINGS .75TCW 3-stone
princess cut diamond
ring $500; Fortunoff
women's wedding band
14k white goFd w/
yellow gold accents
300 (813) 545-6610
ROLEX, Mens, Stainless
Steel, Sub-mariner
w/date, Black Dial,
1 813-643-1091
Spot Advertising Works


1406 | Jewelry I
ROLEX Slainless, lurn u-
graph, almost new,
$4200. Daytona, Stain-
less, new in box $9900
813-810-4872
Watch Taghuer 2000.
Chronograph, Brand
new in box 2 tone steel
& gold. $1050. Call Steve
813-839-2765 / 389-4702
Watch Taghuer 2000
stainless steel, brand
new in box. Asking $695.
Call Steve
813-839-2765 / 389-4702
18 WKT & Platinum Ten-
nis Bracelet w/37 Rnd,
VS-1, Colorless Dia-
monds, 458 tcw $5,800
obo 941-740-1304
1407 | Diamonds
Engagement & Wedding
Set, main stone 2ct,
total wt3+ ct, appraised
$12K. Sacrifice $5900,
Must see 727-656-7790
2 CARAT diamond, round,
clean (VS), brilliant,
Must Sell $7,900.
813-774-2828

4081 StampsI-
Coins Books
WE BUY COINS!
Buying, selling, trading!
Over 3gyrs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
pay top $$.813-792-2493
or 727-455-6196
14101 Furniture I

Accent/Furnishing
$40-70% OFF
GETTHE HIGH END
DESIGNER LOOKED FOR
THE GUARANTEED
LOWEST PRICES IN
TOWN! BEDROOMS
DINING, LIVING
ROOMS ACCESSORIES,
RUGS, ACCENTS INCLUD-
ING: BERNHARDT AICO
LEXINGTON, TOMMY
BAHAMA, NAUTICA,
HOOKER, PULASKI
SHANADiG, SERTA
MATTS. ANb OVER 100
OTHER MANUFACTURES.
THIS WEEK ONLY.
LOGAN'S FURNITURE.
4315 E COLUMBUS DR.
1-4 EXIT3.TAMPA.
CALL 813-630-4744
Weballl5117



Accents/Furniture
50% 70% OFF
Gigantic Warehouse Sale
Top quality designer
furniture. Floor models
& close outs. Bdrms, DR
ent. ctrs. LR & more. All
name brands.
Everything must go!
elitefu rntureinc.com
813-478-8995
BED 0 ACHES mattress
with quilted top. new
$115. Also barely used
$95 free delivery.
727-418-7579
BEDROOM 1-8pc
King/Queen
All Cherry, med finish. All
drawers American
dovetail never used still
in box. Can deliver cost
$4,500 sell $1,575.
www.solidwood
bedrooms.com
813-293-7621
BEDROOM FURNITURE,
black laquer, headboard
for queen bed, dresser
with mirror & nitestand.
Good for college student
or starter home. $300
813-831-8515
BUNKBED set, loft & bot-
tom twin, built-in desk
w/drwrs & 5 drwr chest.
Giner finish. Incmatt.
$600 813-690-7776
Couch & matching
loveseat, new. Also
dinette set, end tables,
Queen bed. Call for info.
813-477-8032
DAY BED $275*
Complete with 2 twin
mafts & pop-up trundle.
New, never used can
deliver. 813-926-8507.
DINETTE, 48" glass, 4 up-
holstered chairs, match.
bkr's rack, 2 yrs new,
Absolutely perfect!
$500.813-963-2226
DINING ROOM
ROBB&STUCKEY/
MARGE CARSON QUALI-
TY BORDEAUX EUROPE-
AN STYLE ELEGANT
122" DINING TABLE,
COMPLETE W/8 CUS-
TOM CHAIRS AND 2
PIECE MARBLE TOP 90"
SIDEBOARD. NEW
$15,000; LESS THAN 1
YEAR OLD MUST SEE!
ONLV$6950.
813-215-2089
DINING ROOM SET, solid
oak, table (1 leaf),
6 chairs & hutch.
Like new. $825.
(813) 363-8490
Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry or oak,
lighted w/beveled glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650. Can
deliver. 813-293-1743
Check out our Pet Classi-
fications to find the fur-
ry or feathered friend
that you seek!


1410 1 Furniture
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER, 3 pc Italian Lac-
quer, Maple, lighted
glass shelves & 6 draw-
ers. exc cond. $900.
813-948-9652/205-4149
FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost$625, sell $285
813-293-1743
LIVING & DINING ROOM
Ethan Allen furn. Exc.
cond. Almost new.
Call 813-714-9844

MATTRESSES
3 sets, double sided pil-
low top, with warranty.
Never used. Can deliver.
Kingset-$325.
Queen set$275
I Full set-$240
813-293-7621
NURSERY FURNITURE
BELLINI, Crib, armoire,
changing dresser in
natural maple, exc cond.
1300/obo. Boys & Girls
ellini bedding &
accessories also avail.
813-926-1220
Sofas, 2 Bedroom Sets,
Bar Table & Chairs &
Cocktail Table. Leather
Sectional W/Dbl
Recliners 813-641-0824
Rid your garage of bugs -
VW Bugs that is! Place
your adin autos for sale,
class 649.
WALDEN ESTATE
SALE
Sofa&Chair $195
Sofa Sleeper $159
Queen No Flip Mattress
Set $169
GEWasher&Dryer 295
GERefrig $195
GEStove 5159
4pcBedroomSet $339
B & B OUTLET
115 S.EVERSST
PLANT CITY 813-759-8864
Web#35563


WEB 22723
CLOSE OUT SPECIALS
All Weather Patio Furni-
ture. Great Prices While
They. Last. Forever
Wicker 813-948-4802
Web #78499


Caribbean/Island
Furn. Teak, Solid Wood.
Liquidating all. Beds,
Patio TV, Tables, Buffet
Masks Tpa 727-643-6431
[416 Appliances
**APPLIANCES**
1-12/MTH WARRANTY
From$99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 N. Nebraska
972-4242
** APPLIANCES**
1-12/MTH WARRANTY
From$99*
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 W. Kennedy
281-0777
PARTS TODAA
11900 N. H ar.s a
972-424'
Appliances-Absolute
DLowest $ Guaranr.-nl
Delivery. WouOa .
Appliances, '4..i0 up
7604 Broadway 6. ;
8307Armenia 9:313 s28
SpotAdvenrisng Wur -
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrigera-
tors. $79.SO & up. War-
ranty & delivery in lim-
its. Don't gamble, know
your dealer! 45 yrs exp!
7604 Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
APPLIANCES
Refrigs, Washers, D ers,
Stoves. Like newly
GIDDENS APPL 6201 E.
Broadway 813-620-1590
KITCHEN APPLIANCES &
WASHER & DRYER for
sale. From model home.
Will separate.'Best of-
fer. Call813-966-5534
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es $75 & up, W/D, Stove
&R efr.100.4 3th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
VACUUM RAINBOW
with attachments, Ex-
cellent condition used
very little. $300
W 813-907-1756W
Washer & Dryer Ig
capacity, like new $175.
Refrigerator, sidexside
w/ice, like new $150.
813-740-0665
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
117 ITelephones/

EXPRESS LONG DIS-
TANCE Moving to New
York, New England & all
states between. Cus-
tomer rated A + Free es-
timates & friendly ser-
vice. Credit cards ac-
cepted. Relocation Spe-
cialists. Lic #MC299938.
1-800-941-3767


I 417 Telephones/
47" Pagers

HOME PHONE DISCON-
NECTED? Get Recon-
nected Fast! Or call be-
fore disconnection,
from $29.99/mo. No De-
posit, No Credit Check,
Guaranteed Approval. 1
866-447-2489, American
DialTone, Connecting
Customers since 1999!
Se Habla Espanol
I Air
418 Conditioners

A/C New In Box
Complete systems 2 ton
$1695;- 2V/2 ton $1795;* 3
ton $1895; 3V ton $1995;
; 4 ton $2095; o 5 ton
$2195. 5 yrs warr on all
parts. Used Ac's avail. 21
yrs exp State cert. Lic #
CAC057499 Call Mike
813-661-2167 .
AC/HEAT PUMP Systems
Clearance on all 10-12
seer split systems, new
in box with factory
warranty @ wholesale
prices. sample: Split
2ton$726 3ton $825
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420 Musical 431 Coputers & 441 Patio & Deck 4510 Sporting | 480 | Dogs I 480 Dogs 14811 Cats I 499 Garage, Yard 550-599
Instruments Equipment I Supplies GoodsBULL MASTIFFS AKC PIT BULL TERRIERS, Sales, Etc. Recreation
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S electronics! all flagstonepavers.com white/black spot on Silver Beige, German shaded silver, choco& China Cabinet, Linens 21'1985ClassCMiniWini,
S 811U 3.1491 r visit A..WALK-IN COOLER eye approx 1 vr, AKC Sire, PRA negative gold tabby. HC, 1st shots. Bric-Brac and LOTS of 56K, Generator, Awning,
nc.CDPayerGrands Tl FL 6: 444 ShedsCarport 10x12x8 4 sold, $2000. $0obo. 813-971-243 excellent quality. $700. 8 wks old. $275-$300 Misc teams. Extra Lg. Fridge New
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tioni,$ 000 firm. Call432 Eu2.o e c 4 Exercise shots&HC ng& UBeautiful, layful and Historic Merchants will 24' 1999 JAMBOREE, Ford
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JANUARY 12, 2006 THE COURIER 31


I156 Recreational
64 Rental
POPUP CAMPERS for rent
A/C, Sink, Stove, Frig.
Call Lynn to reserve d
813.546.1827 www.popup
rentalcampers.com
15651 RV Storage I
Outdoor Storage, 5515
Causeway Blvd RVs,
Boats, Cars, Trucks
Construction equip Trlirs
$40-$50-$100/mo
Brandon 813-220-1538
SI Swimming
I "" Pools & Spas

A-I SPAS
5-person spa w/ 2 yr
wrrty, $3000; 2005 spa
blowout! 813-625-0165
HOT TUB/SPA, like new, 5
person, 24 Jets, cabinet,
digital LED, waterfall
loaded sacrifice!
$1,475.813-401-4007
SPA/2-3 person, 5'x6',
durable PVC interior &
exterior. 4 lets. 11 0V
plug in and cover.$500.
CllI813-505'2847
VITASPA 2005 Seats 6
Stairs cover & chemical
included. Pd S6K ask
$2500 OBO
813-309-5462

WE MOVE SPAS
ANY TIME 24/7.
Custom Spa Covers $179.
813-625-0165
I Water
583 Vehicles
2004 SEA DOOGTXWB Ed-
it. incl.2 place trlr, WB &
all access, 4 life vests,
total value over $12,000,
sell $8500.612.819.1355
1584 1 Boats |
14' ALUMACRAFT V-Bot-
tom Jon Boat, very stur-
dy, w/trailer, good
spe, $950obo. Also
15HP Johnson outboard,
$650obo.813-323-5671
16' 2004 Cape Craft CC,
50HP Yamaha, GPS, FF,
live-well, CG equipped,
w/traler, Used 8 times,
practically brand new.
$9000 obo. 813-389-1887
16.5' 1998 KEY LARGO.
60hp '98 Merc. galv. trlr
w/spare tire. bimini top.
many erras. extra clean
$6995 813-662-9804
17/2 'Aquasport 1997 CC,
90 Johnson Bimini Top,
Depth Finder Trolling
Motor, $7,000
813-837-6836
19'1999 Regal LSR, hi-dry
kept, bimini, 5mph!
Gas miser, sharp, clean!
Must;sell!4.3V6
$8995 813-962-2395
Web #680


22' SEARAY Sundeck
w/trailer new '05 350
Mag eng, less than hrs.
$39,000 740-339-0365

25' 1995 WELLCRAFT 238
Walk-Around, ind Trlr
225hp Ocean Runner, grt
shape. Sell @ 512.5K
813-927-1414 385-5579
27' Chaparral, bimini lop.
boat in exc cond, very
low hours. Onrg 542K.
Sacrifice $?4.500.
813-933-4200
33' Trojan 1984 Twin
454's, low hrs, Runs
good, Apollo Beach
Moving- Must Sell! $24ki
Obo. 813-760-7702
Check out our Pet Classi-
fications to find the fur-
ry or feathered friend
that you seek!


1584 1 Boats I
Largest Volume Pontoon
Dealer in Florida.
See New Sea King Boats!
www.donsboating.com
813-677-1300
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
Several Storm Damaged
& Donated Boats. Will
Buy & Sell. Call Mike
727-204-7988

I E Boat Slips-
585lo Storage

SLIPS FOR SALE OR
LEASE Pasadena Yacht
& Country Club.
727-381-7922 xt 12.

Consult Classified for
Harleys, & Hondas & so
much more! Classified
has vehicles of all kinds
to make your dream ma-
chine materialize!
Marine
586 Supplies &
Repairs
T-TOPS ANODIZED ALUM
WITH NEW CANVAS.
CUSTOMIZED TO FIT ANY
BOAT $800 941.266.0903
www.aqua-shade.com
15871 Sailboats
30' NEWPORT. 2000 25hp
Johnson w/Elec start.
Roller Furling, 3 New
batts. New canvas incl
Bimini. Auto pilot. Ped-
estal steering. AM/FM.
VHF. Sleeps 5. CLEAN!
$10 500. obo. Located in
Hudson 863-585-1118
Web #74577

C 'ick Buy

33' 1972 Pearson, Fully
Equip, NADA Retail
$16,500 Asking $12,500
obo. 813-649-9265 eves.
645-1313 Days
600-649
Transportation

Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
318 REBUILT MOTOR
rebuilt w/
transmission/ police
interceptor $1500
obo(813) 655-7478
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994
BOGUE WHEEL 16" 5
spoke WANTED for '97-
'99 Eldorado. Please call
931-993-6301

Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt -90 days
up to3yrswarr.M-F9 5.
MemBBB 813875 1500
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
Irom A Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
813-610-1535
6271 Utility
"7 I Trailers I
24' 1988 enclosed trailer.
New brakes, tires,
cupler, electric. Used to
haul antique cars. $3500
obo 813-996-6760
6x12x2 Never used- 15"
wheel w/gate $825. Oth-
ers avail. reliablewel-
dingandsteelsup-
ply.com 813-237-0110


Brandon 845 E. Bloomingdale Ave.
Brandon 901 W. Brandon Blvd.
Land 0' Lakes- 2133 Collier Pkwy.
Lutz -17808 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Plant City -102 Henry Ave.
Plant City- 2313 Thonotosassa Rd.


62g Trucks Light|
2" Duty

Chevy 2001 Silverado,
1500 ext cab, auto, ac,
V6, 62' bed, bedliner,
hard lid, new tires, 1
owner, 108K mi., exc
cond. Good gas mi.
$8900 o00 813-935-6030
or 352-588-3178
DODGE 1998 Dakota,
3.9LP. 130k m,. nood
work truck, $500.
Carrollwood area.
813-601-3920
Ford 1977 F100, Good
work Truck, runs good,
S $950 OBO.
Call (813)238-6110
Ford 1990 F250 Super Cab,
7.3 diesel, auto 0/D,
161K mi., AC, many new
parts, HD tow $3250.
(727) 522-3476
FORD 1994 F-250. 4WD.
Off road suspension.
Bedliner. Crash bars. Ex-
tra lights. New tires.
battery, AIt'r. $3,000.
727-849-2843 aft 5pm
FORD 1998 F250 4x4 Su-
percab, 3 dr, All pwr,
154K mi, good condo.
$7500 813-907-3442

FORD 1999 F-150, XLT,
Xtra cab, 55k mi, bedli-
ner, running boards,
AM/FM stereo cassette,
exc cond $11,100.
813-237-8808
FORD 2000 F150 XLT Reg-
ular Cab Long Bed, 54
V8,130k mi. $6000.
727-243-6853
FORD 2001 Ranger, 4x4,
4.0L, 6 cl, auto, AC,tool-
boxes & liner exc cond,
Bank payoff $8750.
813-754-2546
Ford 2001 Ranger XLT ful-
ly loaded, CD, bedfiner
w/locking hard shell
top, needs engine.
$5500.813-628-4646
FORD 2001 RANGER EDGE
SUPER CAB, 4.0 V6, auto,
PW, PL, trailer pkg w/e-
lec. brake controller,
color matched cap, bed-
liner, chrome running
boards, map whls, new
tires & brakes, 38K mi,
$9,900 (863) 46-1755
FORD 2003 F150 XLT
Black, Super Crew, A/C,
All Pwr Topoer SS tube
steps. Excellent Cond.
$19,500813-817-0577
Ford 2004 F250 Superduty
XLT, deep satin reen,
excellent cond, 5.4 Tri-
ton, PW, PS, $22995.
S 813-244-33785.
Ford 2005 Ranger, Perfect
cond. 4K mi., cruise, AC,
CD/MP3, bedliner dia-
mond plate toolbox.
$12,500. (352)588-9778
TOYOTA 1994 P/U
A/C new tires 133K mi.
$2600 obo. 813-655-1213

TOYOTOA 2002 Tacoma
prerunner xtra cab AC,
auto, AM/FM CD, clean,
45K mi. $14,000,
813-277-4350
630 I Trucks I
63 I Heavy Duty
DODGE 1989 Box truck
with 1995 diesel engine.
5-spd, Ig box. Exc int
body tires. Runs great!
$5,500.813-681-1187
DODGE 2004 Ram Quad
Cab 3500 Cummmings
Diesel, Loaded Single
Wheel Short Bed. Flame
Red like new 32,000
miles. $28,000. Call
352-303-3900.
OVERSTUFFED?
Move some of that furni-
ture out of the living
room with a class 410 ad


Tampa -7319 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa -12105 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa- 7717 W. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 614 S. Howard Ave.
Tampa 1155 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 3642 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa 8416 N. Armenia Ave.
Tampa 5501 N. Armenia Ave.
Tampa -14444 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa -13182 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tam' 12059 Anderi,jorn Pd
Tam:O I l610 Bruce B ',:,wrs Bl.d
Tam:a l190j i0 ruce B Downi, :ilvd
Tam:'J s 22 '.u:h Blvd


I Trucks- I
630 Heavy Duty

FORD 2003 F250, diesel,
power stroke very
clean, 25K mi., like new,
private owner. $24,500.
Call (727)207-5775
S4-Wheel
630B Drive

CHEVY 1998 ZI1
OFFROAD. ex cab 5.7,
full pwr, Ithr, like new!
$9500. 813-689-9897,
909-6092
FORD 1995 F250 4WD 8'
bed, 142K mi, 5.8 V8, 6
spd, well maintained &
serviced, good condition.
$4,900. 813-645-1711
376-8423
FORD 1999 F150 4x4,6cyl.,
auto., ps, ac am/fn, air
bags, abs,teal color
w/graphiteint., white
topper, newtrans all
terrain tires, $4,311
813-931-8900
Geo 1991 Tracker, 4 wheel
drive, great condition,
new tires, $2000.
813-759-0805.

JEEP 1983 SCRAMBLER,
Beautiful frame-off
restoration, V8 350,
dana 30 410 gears, 40K
mi arma coat inside &
out AM/FM/CD/MP3.
$24k in Receipts. $17K
OBO. Call (813)837-6032
JEEP 1996 GRAND CHERO-
KEE 4WD PS, PB PW,
PDL, Red V8, sharp.
$5,760 OBO.
813-390-7123
S Vans
CHRYSLER 2002 Town N
Country, 76K mi. white,
auto, 6 cyl. $10,000 obo.
DVD, keyless start,
813-831-5613
DODGE 1998 RAM 1500
Conversion Van, 82K,
good condition. $4800
813-571-0485
DODGE 1999 GRAND
CRAVEN SE, Teal Blue,
68K ml, 1 owner, auto,
P/W, P/L. Exc cond.
$6000.813-689-3505
DODGE 2004 CARAVAN
STX V6, 4 door, quad
bucket seats, cold air,
64K mi., clean car fax.
$9,500 obo. 813-624-7296
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor
power ramp, 17,000
miles. Call for more in-
formation 727-492-1630
FORD 1998 Winstar GL All
Pwr, Dual Air Quad
Seating, Tint, Cruise,
138K mi. 1 owner. CD
$2800 813-417-4798
GMC 1994 V8 auto, air.
Good work truck. Tow
package. $2500 obo.
813-986-2391
HONDA 2002 ODYSSEY
58,900 mi Red Mini Van
Auto.,2 tWD, 6yl. Leath-
er, power doors, seats 7,
dual ac, Nice! $15,750,
OBO(813) 662-1902
KIA 2004 Sedona LX,
11K mi. mint cond.
white, $12,000 obo.
941-408-6652

Mercury 1997 Villager
Nautica, well maint.V6,
runs great, Ithr, rear AC,
great cond. 134K mi.
$4800.813-948-5316
5i |Sport Utility
'632 Vehicles

BMW 2002 X5 93,000 mi,
Silver, Sports Utility, Au-
to AWD,6 CyL. $25000,
Flawless (863) 860-1824
Want Ads


632 Sport Utility
buz Vehicles |

CADILLAC 2005 Escalade,
AWD, 20K mi, 3rd row
seat, split seats, sunrf,
trailer pkg, air ride
$379000o 813-601-9676
CHEVY 2001 TAHOE,
Loaded, Leather,
Sunroof, DVD, 3rd seat,
VerY clean, 14,900 obo.
813-629-4707

CHEVY2002TAHOE
Blue, good condition, 1
owner, $15,000. Call:
t 813-961-2864W
DODGE 2000 DURANGO
SLT, 73425 mi., Blue,
auto, 2WD V8, 5.2L, very
clean. $8,960.
Call (813)994-1982.
FORD 2004 Excursion Ed-
die Bauer 6.0 pwr stroke
diesel, 4x4, DVD 38K mi,
blk/gold. $36k 813-
782-8551 or217 415-4966

CLASSIFIED CAN!
Ready to graduate into a
new car? Classified can
give you the key! Our in-
ventory of choices are
updated everyday!
GMC 2002 Yukon XL Den-
all BIk, 47,500 Mi, Exc
cond. DVI, Tow Pkg
Loaded, $29,80d
727-421-8095
HUMMER 2000 HI Soft
Top by American Gener-
al "the REAL Hummer"
Punctiliously main-
tained. Black w/tan, on-
board navigation sys-
tem. CTIS run flat sys-
tem, 6.5L diesel engine.
AC, cruise control, 6 CD
changer, bedliner, 47.5k
mi. Under warranty, all
records, never driven
off road. Exc cond.
$43,000.813-767-3383
Web #93028

Ca uy

Hummer 2003 H2, Pewter,
45K mi., exc. cond., load-
ed, camera sys, prem.
sound. Ithr seats, all
9wr. $31/obo. Must see.
Call 727-510-3366
ISUZU 2002 TROOPER
Burgundy, Auto, V6, 10
cd, power, luggage rack,
running boards $12,300.
813-477-1677
Web #86803


JEEP 1996 GRAND CHERO-
KEE, 4WD, PS PB PW
PDL, Red V8A, sharp:
$5,7600 00.
813-390-7123
Spot Advertising Works
JEEP 1998 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo 2 wheel dr
high mi loaded great
condo Asking $4t500.
813-503-1498
JEEP 1999 CHEROKEE,
leather, all power, sun-
roof, loaded, great con-
dition, $8,395.
(206) 851-2616
Mazda 2001 Tribute DX,
auto/AC V6, great con-
dition. Low miles. By
owner. $12,499 obo.
813-695-7060
MAZDA 2002 TRIBUTE LX
6cyl, sand beige, orig
owner, looks & runs
nea. $9,500. 4,000 be-
low book 813 841--037
MERCEDEZ BENZ 2003
ML350, 24K mni.,
Showroom Cond., Black,
Tan Ithr, loaded, all srvc
papers, garage kept.
$30K. Bob(813 300-5008
TOYOTA 2002 4-RUNNER
SPORT EDIT. a/c, auto,
pwr wind/locks, CD
player 42 500 mi,
$16,99W.813.563.2881


Tampa -14936 N. Florida Ave.
Tampa 2115 Hillsborough Ave., Unit B
Tampa- 9309 N. 56th St.
Tampa -16033 Tampa Palms Blvd., Suite 33
Valrico 2016 E. S.R. 60
Valrico 3307 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.
Seffner 806 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Wesley Chapel 5450 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Zephyrhills -7242 Gall Blvd.




SEE PLUS


1635 1 Motorcycles |
2004 BIG DOG CHOPPER
Unbridled I 17C.I., Low
mi. Red, Sis-y Bar, Pass.
Seat, 1 yearwarr Alarm
sys. $24,500
813-417-1880 or
Office 813-251-0451
Bu ing New & used Har
ley & other brand parts
for art projects, b.gor
sm, non working bikes
too. 813-874-8203 Iv msg
HARLEY 1998 Sportster,
1200c, 12K miles, Super
clean $5000.obo.
813-689-4303 or cell
813-433-4968.
HARLEY 2002 Road King
Classic white 1100
miles $2500 add-ons,
mint $17,500.
Call 813-909-0512
HD 2005 FLSTNI, Softtail
deluxe, pearl white &
blue. 1150 miles, $5K ac-
cess. SE pipes, chrome
frontend. etc. etc. Must
See! Financing Avail.
$19,900 (863) 287-4444/
(863)967-6720
HONDA 1982 CX 500
Turbo, rare collector's
bike, exc cond. .$4995
obo. 863-683-5075

HONDAK2000 SABRE 1100-
6000 miles Excellent
Condition, $4995
Cell 317-459-7342

HONDA 2001 Shadow VLX
600,5K miles, 55+ mpg
lots of extras excellent
condition $3A,800.
Call 813-758-4291
HONDA 2002 VTX 1800cc,
black, garage kept,
windshield, ance &
Hines pipes. 10k mi. A
Must See!! $7,500.
863-698-8664
HONDA 2003 ST1300
SportTour,9K warranty
elec windshield, corbin,
2 brothers, motor lights,
$10,000.813-986-0449
HONDA 2004 Classic KA
1500cc, bags, mustang
seat wshld. V&H pipes,
slvr~red, 160% perfect
$5,500 813-842-4037
HONDA 2005 VT750C,
SHADOW AERO, White
with chrome retro style
w/ windshield, flawless
condition, lessthan 1500
mi. $6K. 813-782-5856
HONDA 2006 CRF250
Used 3 times, like brand
new. $5,400.
Call 813-309-2565
SPORTSTER 65 XLCH Re-
built engine and trans-
mission. Magneto with
key. Extra parts. Afford-
able classic. $2,500
(813)681-3004
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top 5$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc.813-628-4797
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 2000 VStar
Classic 650, dressed,
garage kept. Low Miles.
NICE. $3995. Leave
Message. 813-654-6726
S636 Golf Carts

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
SVehicles
640 1Wanted

CASH PAID For Cars
Running or Not! We'll
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Call Rob at 813-610-1535
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Rv's. Real Top $$$, CASH
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Call Alex 813-770-2720

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For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Running Or Not.
813-728-7979
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CHEVY 1957 BELAIR 4DR
350 v8, at, ps red, cragar
mags, straight car, good
chrome an stainless,to
many cars and not
enough room $9000
813-571-2465
Chevy 1972 Chevelle 350
auto AC too much to
list. Must sell. $15,500.
Call for details after5pm
813-363-7834
CHEVY 1987 EL CAMINO
Good running cond, 305
engine. $2500obo Ask
forTim 941-723-8767
FERRARI KIT CAR Pisa
XTC Ferrari kit car
w/1986 Fiero
frame/motor. Great
condition. $10,900 obo.
(813) 629-7429
FORD 1969 Mustang
Mach 1, 98k mi, 351w,
Needs paint, nothing
hidden, orig. car, almost
show cond. $14,600/obo
813-754-3537 or
813-928-1389
FORD 1977 BRONCO 302
automatic, 1 owner,
47,000 orig. miles. $8500
obo. 813-689-2748 or
813-477-1565.
FORD 1977 Pick-up, Orig
Owner, Runs & Looks
Good $1,800
813-886-5717


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Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
Ron's Auto Restoration
1929-2000, Full & Partial
Rust repair & complete
paint 727-533-8970

I Automobiles
649 For Sale

AAA Rated Donation. Do-
nate Your Car. IRS De-
ductible. Free Pick-
up/Tow. Any Mod-
el/Condition. Help Un-
derprivileged Children.
OUTREACHCEN-
TER.ORG1-800-693-7911
ACURA 1991 Integra RS,
rebuilt engine w/warr,
new paint, wheels &
tires, much more!
$5,500.813-382-8231
Acura 1998 3.0 CL Premi-
um, Lightblue, auto CD,
spoiler, leather, Ib0K,
mint. Non-smoke. $7100
obo. 813-263-9341
BMW 1994 325i
White 4-door sedan,
clean car, runs great,
$5500obo 813-601-0400
Web #97355


BMW 1998 740IL White
Tan Ithr intr, 98K, allo
whls, CD, sunroof, all
power, well maintained.
$15K obo. (941)794-6444
BMW 2000 Z3 Converta-
ble, power top, auto,
loaded, leather 59k,
black $16d,500.
863-644-8363
BMW 2001 Z-3 FSBO Full
power, auto, silver, Ithr
exc, full extended
maint 46K mi. priced
$21,995 813-493-7894
BMW 2002 325C0 Black,
Sport Pkg, Lthr, Moon
Roof, 60KMi, New Tires
Brakes & Oil, Pref Rims
Avail, $22K 813-857-4350
Web #124534


BMW 2002 325i premium
package, sun roof, ex-
cellent condition, war-
ranty transferable 49k
mi. $19.9k 813-831-9910
BMW 2003 3301,18.9k mi,
dark grey ext, light grey
int, auto, dealer ser-
viced. Mint conditiondon
$25,500.813-376-5369
BMW 2003 330i silver/
gray interior, perfect,
mint, auto, 49k mi,
$25,250. Must sell.
813-952-4650 907-2383
BMW 2004 330cl, Silver
black int, loaded, sport
pkg, M wheels, Mint29k
mi, $29,900/obo.
813-810-4872
BUICK 2001 Century
Custom, clean, wefl
maint. 99K mi. runs


6 yl auto, leather int.,
exc. cond. w/ 2 yr 13K
mile factory warranty.
$10,500 813-948-7210
CADILLAC 2000 Seville
SLS 4dr, white diamond,
loaded Bose sound.
$11,3006 813-244-9551
days. Eves 654-2568
CHEVY 1987 Monte SS 355
Roller motor 400 HP, 700
R4 trans 373 Posi,
T/To s, black/tan, CD,
$3800obo 352-346-2349
CHEVY 1998 CAMARO
Z28, convertible, red
with tan top, 6 speed
$10,500. 813-785-4856

CHEVY 2003 CORVETTE
50th Anniversary! Ma-
roon Red Convertible,
23K mi, Like New. $36K.
Venice, Fl 941-223-9610
CHEVY 2003 MALIBU
4-dr, 6 cyl, full pwr, 60K
miles. Very nice car!
$6950. 813-689-9897,
909-6092
CORVETTE 1998 red
w/chrome wheels, ex-
ceptional cond, garage
kept, 57k mi, $21,900
obo. 813-684-3768
CORVETTE 2005, 1800
miles, 6spd, full power,
glass top, XM radio,
45,500 or best offer.
13-601-9676
CORVETTE 2005 new
cherry red met Naviga-
tion on-star XM radio
and more. 6k mi., $53k
obo. 813-259-1195.
Web #73387


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1-800-469-8593
CLASSIFIED CAN!
If you're ready to move-
up or are lust starting
out Classifed can help
you open the door to
home ownership. We've
got properties at eve
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S64 I Automobiles I
649 For Sale

Ford 1990 Mustang brand
new engine, trans. &
convertible top Weld
drag lites, $8,000.
813-431-2519
FORD 1993 Escort Wagon,
runs great $650 obo.
813-857-5175.

FORD 2000 MUSTANG, sil-
ver, Sspd, PW, PL, pwr
driver seat, CD/cass., 5
spoke alloys, 1 owner,
very clean, only 58K mi
$7,995 813-361-4240
FORD 2000 WINDSTAR,
109K mi., White, A/C,
tinted, new tires braes
& spark plugs. Asking
4,000 obo. 813-382-4279
FORD 2001 TAURUS
Excellent in and out
37K miles, $7,990.
813-779-3839 or
813-325-1578
FORD 2004 FOCUS SE
32K miles, white, clean,
good on gas. $7800.
813-886-8167 or
545-5788
FORD 2005 MUSTANG
Sonic Blue, 17k mi,
$18,500. Call Jason
813-494-7789

Honda 1990 Accord,
$1000 obo! Police Im-
pounds! For listing:
80-749-8167, ext. C752

HONDA 1992 ACCORD,
Standard, 147K mi., no
A/C CD sirus satalite
included. $1,500 OBO.
Call 813-401-0531
HONDA 1997 DEL SOL,
Red, 86K mi., hard top
convertible. Runs great
cold A/C CD. $2,300
obo. 813-300-1300
HONDA2000 Accord LXV-
Tech, red, 4 cyl, 2 dr cou-
pe, auto, 99k mi, ps, pl,
/c, pw, tilt, cruise, al-
phine radio, 12 cd chag-
er, dual airbags, rims,
tinted $8.000. Very
Good Cond 813-967-0959
HONDA 2001 Accord EX
V6, white coupe clean,
warranty, new tires &
brakes, spoiler, 60K mi.
$12,000 813-732-0686
HONDA 2001 Civic LX sil-
ver, 4 door, 5 speed, PW,
PL, PS, cruise control,
good condition 58K,
$9,990.813-340-5632.
HONDA 2002 ACCORD SE,
4-dr, Silver/Gray int, 41K
miles, ext warranty, exc
cond. $15,500 obo.
813-765-4818
HONDA 2004 ACCORD EXL
only 14K, V, V6, auto, 6 CD,
XM radio, leather, sun-
roof, loaded, immac!
$21700obo 727-773-8511
Web #126163


KIA 2004 RIO 4 dr Sedan
Auto Blue, A/C, AM/FM
& CD, Fact.Warr.25k ml
Gas Saver!! Exc. Cond.
$7500.813-994-8097
LAMBORGHIN 1974Espa-
da, white/tan leather,
V12,25k orig miles, new
tires & btry. $29,500.
727-243-2219
LEXUS 2001 RX 300 Load-
ed with every option.
Gold w/tan Ithr naviga-
tion. $24Kobo
813-417-4335 417-4339
LEXUS 2003 ES300 black,
premium sound & navi-
gation, sunroof, etc. Ex-
cellent cond 36k miles
$23,500.813-205-6932.
LEXUS 2003 SC430 Road-
ster 12,000 mi., naviga-
tion, chrome whis. List
new $65,800; offered at
$45,000.813-220-5204
LINCOLN 2002 TC Signa-
ture Edition 40K, white,
Sray Ithr, bumper to
umper warr, like new.
$17,995obo 813 310-4591
MAZDA 2001 Miata Con-
vertable, auto, CD,
cruise control, PW, PI,
37k mi, beautiful,
$15,300.863-644-8363
MAZDA 2003 6,5 spd, V6,
loaded, garage kept,
moonroof, leather int,
Silver, 24k mi, $15,500
obo 813-453-4994
MAZXDA 1995 626LX, all
power, very clean, $1695
obo. Needs some work.
813-245-2424

MERCEDES 1998 SLK 230
fully loaded. $16,500.
813-244-3596

MERCEDES 1999 SLK230
hard top cohv. 82K
miles, black on black,
new tires, extra clean
$16900obo 813-965-5817
Mercedez Benz 2000 S500
Silver/Silver inter, exc.
cond., 1 owner moon
roof, navi, CD. $27,900
obo.813-988-1212
Mercedes 2002 Benz
E55AMG, 1 ownr,Slvrw/
2-toned intr, 50K mi.
navigate every opt., Exc.
cond. New List $8K. Now
$34,900.813-453-2337
Mercedes 2002 C240, 58k
miles, fully loaded,
excellent condition- like
new, white. $21,850.
813-956-1455
CLASSIFIED
IS CONVENIENT


I iAutomobiles
I For Sale
MERCEDES-BENZ 2006
CLS 500C Like New.
5,900 mi, Burdy Coupe,
Auto.,2 WD, 81.VIN#:
WDDDJ75X36A029336
$ 65000, Low Mi. GPS,
Cruise, Harman/Kardon
sound system, Tele Aid
(like OnStar). All Ithr.
B-Xenon lights. Keyless
Go. Must Sell as moving
back to UK
(727) 542-6676
MERCURY 1997 Cougar
XR7 117K mi, Alloys,
Cold AC Runs & Looks
Good. White, $3200 obo
813-294-4797
MITSUBISHI 1993 GT
3000SL, Auto, New Tires,
Paint, Brakes, Low Miles,
Mint Adult Driven
$6,500 obo 727-420-5712
Web#96319


MITSUBISHI 1995 3000GT
93,000 mi Black, Coupe,
AurtoVDCyL.VIN#
JA3AM54JOSY001418

jeffrey_camry@yahoo
MITSUBISHI 1997 Galant
130K Mi, Exc Cond Au-
to Pwr Locks & Win
A/C, Runs Great $2,400
obo 813-651-2919
MITSUBISHI 2001 MI-
RAGE Excellent Condi-
tion, 4 door AC, PS CD
Player. 107k mi, $3575
813-323-0563
PLYMOUTH 2000 NEON
112,000 mi Green, Se-
dan, Auto., $4,500, Super
Buy (813) 152-8734

$500! Police Impounds,
Hondas Chevys
Toyotas, Etc. From $500
for listings
800-749-8167, ext. 4124
PONTIAC 2002 GRAND
PRE GT, 55K mi., Silver,
excellent condition, new
tires & brakes. $9,300.
Call (813)317-1873
Porsche 1983 944, 104K
miles. Sienna red with
tan interior, Excellent
condition. $4500.
813-757-6735
SAAB 1991 900S, 4 cyl,
139k, auto A/C, pw,pdl,
moonroof, leather, A-
pline deck, only $1850.
813-598-4251
Web a22226



SATURN 1995 SC1, 99K
mi., Red w/Grey interior,
god condition, new
tires & battery, 1 owner.
$1,800.813-972-5636
TOYOTA 1995 CAMRY,
green, auto, V6, 112K,
power windows CD,
cruise, Good condition.
$3600obo 813-957-3842
TOYOTA 1998 Camry LE,
Grey, 76K Mi., 4 cyl Ex
Cond, Tint, Spoiler,
Good Tires, 6,250.
813-300-4243
TOYOTA 2001 Camry CE 5
spd, great cond, beige,
Pw, arm sys, 48K mi.
New tires & alignment
$9,500obo 813-843-5089
TOYOTA 2002 Celica
white w/ spoiler & tint-
ed windows. $7,500 obo.
Call Larissa
813-293-7397
TOYOTA 2002 SOLARA
SLE Convert 30K mi, 1
owner, always garaged,
all opts. Perfect! Only
$19,900352-588-2361
TOYOTA 2004 SOLARA
Beautiful Midnight Blue
w/Tan Leather. BBS
Wheels, Michelin High
Post K&N Air. 10k miles.
33 moImmaculate!
$i7,900 firm.
727-320-8103
TOYOTA 2005 Camry
Leather Int, Alloys, 10K
Mi, Like New, Must Sell,
$18,000 obo
813-728-1514
TOYOTA 2005 Solara SLE
Convertible, 14K miles,
Exc. Cond.Loaded Lthr,
Red w/Tan Top. Warr.
$24,900 813-814-9914
VOLVO 1996 850, dark
green, tan leather, sun-
roof, approx 122K miles
mechanically sound,
$3500 obo,813-962-6629
VW 1998 PASSAT $3500
obo. Completely Rebuilt
Mech- New Clutch,
Brakes Tires etc
813-361-6977 aft 4PM.
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Ford, Chevrolet, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Buick, Chrysler, Dodge, Mercury,
Lincoln, Pontiac, Jeep, Cadillac, GMC, Saturn, Mitsubishi And More. Vehicles
Will Be Available For Four Days Only, this Thursday, Friday. Saturday, & Sunday
in Plant City at The Southern Hospitality parking lot.

State Licensea auto brokers will bid on registrant's current vetihic-,i and any balance owed will be paid
off (if purchased). Registrants may apply equity (positive or negative) towaros rine loan amount if desired.
Every Credit application accepted from all currently employed registrants guaranteed! Financing available
on approved vehicles from participating banks, lending institutions, and credit unions regardless of prior
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ESCORTS ........... $99DOWN
ACCORDS..........$99DOWN
CAMRYS........... $99DOWN
CIVICS.............. $99DOWN
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S-IOs................ $99DOWN
BLAZERS............ $99DOWN
F-150s.............. $99DOWN
DAKOTAS-- -- $99DOWN
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VENTURES ......... $99DOWN
MONTEROS ........ $99DOWN
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CK PICKUPS......... $99DOWN
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Sponsored by EZ Car Sales. Inc. All offers with approved credit and cannot be combined. Not valid on pre-negotiated transactions. Dealer retains all rebates and Incentives. Rights reserved to end sale when i
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