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All Heart

Contestants, like
Margaret Mount,
right, impress at
Miss Heart of
Plant City
pageant.
See Page 4


Dog
Daze
Writer has a
bone to pick
with drivers.
See Page 7


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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 2006 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


in the
NEWS

POLICE
Plant City man
charged with lewd
and lascivious battery
on teen he met
through the Internet.
PAGE I

'TINY'TOPS


ScientologistsPla

SOME BUSINESS to close on the piopert: within
month. The property was on the
OWNERS WARY market for $1.6 million.
The building is currently home
to more than 30 small vendors
Staff Report who sell everything from books to
The Church of Scientology dresses.
plans an outreach effort with free Once it opens, the proposed
classes and community work Scientology and Dianetic Life
when the church moves into a Improvement Center will be an
building iri downtown Plant City introductory center for Sciento-
later this Near. Iogy. said Yamila Sene. director of
The church is in the finalJ ages public relations for the Church of
of purchasing Frenchman's Scientology of Tampa It willoffer
Market. a 19.484-square-foot courses on everything from start-
building at 102 N. Collins St. ing a marriage to finance_.
Church officials said they expect The church has not decided if it


will solicit on the stteerts or at
events like the monthly car or
bike shows that draw thousands
to the downtown area.
"I don't know if (Plant City's)
street regulations allow (soliciting
on the streets)," Sene said. "But
this is America and there is free-
dom of religion."
The proposed purchase has
raised concerns among some
wxho question the church's
motives and ho\\ it will impact
the downtown area.
Lisa \Vooten. the manager at
Collins Street Junction, an anti-
que shop facing Frenchman'_,


OPINION

City does not need
Scientology Page 6

Church should be
welcomed Page 6

Market, aid the prospective sale
has been the major topic of dis-
cussion among many dow-nto wn
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PROFILE


Meet Pastor Kerr, D
Beary of Lone Oak
Baptist Church
PAGE B

INDEX


OBITUARIES
PAGE U
CROSSWORD
PAGE I8


As the Ybor Festival
of the Moving Image
celebrates four years,
movie critic Bob Ross
chats with featured
guest and Tampa
filmmaker Les Blank.
Tomorrow in
The Tampa Tribune
For hone d*4roer) oili
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KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
The Church of Scientology is in advanced negotiations to buy Frenchman's Market, 102 N. Collins St. If the sale goes through, the Scientology and
Dianetic Life Improvement Center would open on the property later this year.



House Arrest, Probation For Downtown Arsonist


SHE PLEADED GUILTY TO
FEBRUARY 2005 BLAZE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Angelica Ruth Lockett, the
. Plant City woman who confessed
to starting the February 2005
downtown fire, was sentenced
March 21 to two years of house
arrest and 15 years probation.
She will not have to serve any
jail time, but was ordered by Cir-
cuit Judge Debra Behnke to pay
$1.08 million in restitution, start-
ing at $100 a month.
Lockett was charged with one


count of first-
degree arson and
one count of
second-degree
arson with an
occupant.
She could have
been sentenced
to 55 months in
prison, but
Lockett several business
people whose
buildings were damaged by the
fire urged Judge Behnke to show
leniency at the sentencing.
Five businesses were destroyed
by the fire that started when
Lockett tossed a lit cigarette on a
small bed in the back room of


Mark Electronics. Lockett later
confessed to police that she did it
to spite her boyfriend, the
business owner Mark Simpson,
with whom she had just a quar-
rel.
The blaze left most of the block
in smoldering ruin.
The fire lasted from just before
midnight Feb. 21 until about 4
a.m. Feb. 22 when four respond-
ing fire departments finally got it
under control.
The Collins Street businesses
destroyed by the fire included the
Old Village Shoppes, Yesterday's
Attic, the Hillsborough County
DUI Center, the Buzbee Law
Office and Mark Electronics. The


Parkside Cafe' and the Whistle
Stop Cafe' were also affected by
the fire and smoke.
Fire officials totaled the dam-
age at $3 million.
Lockett, 60, was arrested Feb.
24 following her confession and
charged with seven counts of
arson.
"She's just really, really sad,"
said Dori Lambert, a friend of
Lockett's for about 16 years in an
interview with The Courier.
"She said (at the time), 'I'm 58
years old and I can't believe I
ended my life for something like
this. I've worked hard and one
stupid thing has destroyed my
whole life.'"


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WINS STRAWBERRY
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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
If there is such a thing as a
dominant performer in the
strawberry shortcake eating
game, then Tommy Ray Haw-
thorne is the Lance Armstrong
of the Florida Strawberry Fes-
tival speed-eating-contest.
Hawthorne, 26, who chose
the stage name "Tiny" when
he first won the event in 2003,
is, like his appetite, anything
but small.
And he has the record to
prove it. The 6-foot, 2-inch,
275-pound Plant City man has
won the shortcake eating con-
test three out of the last four
years.
His latest effort, March 9,
was staged before a packed
house in the festival's Sparky's
Oil Co. Entertainment Show
Tent with about 200 screaming
shortcake enthusiasts.
"Before the contest began, I
was pretty busy scouting out
the competition," Hawthorne
said. "I knew I.could take care
of business, but I wondered
where my competition would
come from. I thought the
young guy in the crowd had a
chance. But he came in third.


My closest competitor sur-
prised me. He was no kid. But
he gave me a real run."
Hawthorne was up against
seven other speed-eaters, all
of them intent on defeating
the champion at his own
game. To say that none of
them had a chance would be
unfair to the second-place fin-
isher, Howard Mamau, who
was just a bite or two behind
the champ when Hawthorne
licked his plate and his fingers
clean.
The shortcake eaten in the
competition is made fresh and
weighs in at 4 mouth-watering
pounds. It is made with two
layers of plate-sized cakes,
with an ample supply of straw-
berries in between and on top,
and topped with a reasonable
amount of whipped cream.
"I eat the cake first," Haw-
thorne said, not afraid to give
away any of his trade secrets.
"You have to go around in a
circle and get it all. Then you
can wash it down with the
strawberries and whipped
cream."
According to the festival
rules, each contestant must be
18 years or older. The contes-
tants are given 10 minutes to
devour the huge plateful of
goodies, and for the first seven
minutes are limited to eating
from the plate using a small
plastic spoon. After the seven
minutes are up, anything


goes.
Barbara Caccamisi, the
coordinator of the contest,
said Hawthorne has raised the
bar on the'competition.
"In 2005, we were amazed
that Tiny could finish the cake
before the seven minutes was
up," Caccamisi said. (Haw-
thorne finished the strawberry
shortcake last year in 6:05).
"This year he set a record at 5
minutes and 40 seconds.
There is no telling how low he
could go. But next year we are
thinking about adding another
pound to the shortcake."
Caccamisi was also
impressed with the other
competitors, as well. Mamau
came in second, just spoonfuls
behind the champ. Frank (last
name unknown) came in
third.
Hawthorne said he is soon
on the move from Plant City to
Virginia. But has promised to
come back next year to defend
his crown.
Could there be a three-
peat?
"There could be a four-peat
if everything goes my way,"
Hawthorne said. "I plan to fly
in next year, have a little short-
cake and fly back home. But
I'll be back. I could eat St.
Clement strawberry shortcake
all day long."
St. Clement Catholic Church
sponsors the shortcake eating
event.


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Tom Hawthorne set a new Florida Strawberry Festival record by
devouring a 4-pound strawberry shortcake in 5 minutes and 40
seconds. Hawthorne, 26, uses the stage name Tiny at the
festival event. He has won the contest three out of the last four
years. He finished second in 2004.


POLICE BEAT


Lewd
A 20-year-old Plant City man was
arrested March 17 and charged with
lewd-and lascivious battery and con-
tributing to the delinquency of a
minor, said Hillsborough County Sher-
iff's Office spokeswoman Debbie
Carter..
Leodegario Rios Garcia, 1511 Plant-

ation Grove, Apt. 513, is accused of
driving to California where he made
contact with a 14-year-old female he
met through the Internet and then
returning to Plant City with the girl,
Carter said.
California officials notified the Hills-


borough County Sheriff's Office that
the girl was suspected of being in the
Tampa Bay area. The mother of the girl
discovered that her daughter had
developed an online relationship with
an individual in the Tampa Bay area.
Following the arrest of Garcia the
girl was returned to California. Garcia
was taken to the Orient Road Jail where
he is being held without bond.
Carjacking, kidnapping
A 21-year-old Plant City man
reported a carjacking in the 1900 block
of East Alsobrook Street on March 9
about 8:29 p.m.


Plant City Police Department Lt.
Bryan Miller said investigating officers
were told by the victim, Michael B.
Craft, that a black male wearing a blue
jacket and a brown knit cap covering
his face entered the passenger side of
Craft's vehicle and ordered him to
drive off.
Craft told police. he drove about
quarter of a mile, at which time he was
told to get out of the vehicle. The sus-
pect then took Craft's money and vehi-
cle and drove away. Craft said he then
walked to a store and called police.
Anyone with information about a
2005 black Kia Sportage with a Florida


tag of I37EGW, or information about
the suspect, is asked to call the depart-
ment's criminal investigations unit at
757-9200.

Home invasion/homicide
A Dover man was shot and killed
March 18 during a home invasion/
robbery, said, Hillsborough County
Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Debbie
Carter.
Dennis Villalobos, 37, died about 9:
10 p.m. at 14030 Sydney Road, Dover.
Three armed males confronted Vil-
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PLANT CITY DIGEST


Hampton crowned queen
Caycee Hampton, above, is congratu-
lated by Holly Stein at the Miss Heart of
Plant City pageant March 189at Tomlin
Middle School. Stein was last year's
winner. Hampton was the first maid in
the 2005 Florida Strawberry Festival
Queen contest. Ten young women
competed in interview, casual wear,
swimsuit, talent and evening wear
segments at the event. Toinette Gerena
was named first runner-up. At right,
Cherica Brown, winner of most photo-
genic and Miss Congeniality, performs
her dance routine to the song "The
Prayer." Brown also won the Miss
Congeniality title at the Florida Straw-
berry Festival Queen contest earlier
this year.


2006 DAVE YS All rights reserved


2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.


Woman's Club names
arts and crafts winners
The following members of the Plant
City Woman's Club received first-
place ribbons at the District Arts and
Crafts meeting held Feb. 21 in Temple
Terrace.
Arts Division
Acrylic miniature: Jossie Azorin
Oil painting: Jan Burrows, "Lilly
White Blossoms"
Collage: Jan Burrows, "Fantasy
Headdress"
Crafts Division
Knitting/clothing: Judy Zaring,
snowman sweater, child's size 8
Needlepoint: Nancy Smith, tote
bag, original basket-weave design
Family sewing: Pat Edwards, red
velveteen child's dress, size 8 to 10
Miniatures: Nancy Smith, three
teddy bears on a red velvet sofa
Combination: Nancy Smith, trin-
ket box, original design
These entries will advance to the
state competition in Orlando.

Strawberry Festival,
Baby Contest winners
The 2006 Florida Strawberry Festi-
val Baby Contest was March 5. The
contest was for Hillsborough County
babies ranging in age from 6 to 18
months.
The winners were:
Decorated diaper: "Making Tracks
to Fun," Katie Elizabeth Davis; "Fun-
niest," Kristen Rose Davis; "Kids TV
Cartoon Character," Jazmin ,Villa;
"Most Creative," Ryan Scott Burdian.
Prettiest girl: 6 to 9 months, Bailey
Ann Brock; 10 to 12 months, Gianna
Grace Martin; 13 to 15 months, Cat-
alina Marie Palomino; 16 to 18
months, Chay Torrie Lee.
Most handsome boy: 6 to 9
months, Zachery Austin Bourget; 10 to
12 months, Virgil Calhoun Simmons;
13 to 15 months, Hunter Leigh Miller;
16 to 18 months, Austin Ryan White.
Biggest eyes: Kenley Gail Connell
S* Baldest head: Bradley Ethan
Schneider
Chubbiest cheeks: Austin Michael
Perry
Most hair: Alyssa Renae Delagado
Lookalike twins: Katie Elizabeth
and Kristin Rose Davis
# Diaper derby: 6 to 8 months, Colb.y
Reed Brewington; 9 to 12 months, Kin-
sey Diane Ross
Fastest baby: Colby Reed Brewing-
ton.

Strawberry Festival art show
Mary Woodyard took home the
People's Choice award at the Florida
Strawberry Festival Art Show. Xiaoyi
Ren won in the youth category.
The Business Leaders Choice award.
went to Dorothy Riley. Christine Mal-
rano won the art show drawing for a


painting.

'Teen Lock-In' set for April 29
The Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department is hosting a "Teen Lock-
In" at the Plant City Family YMCA on
April 29 from 7 to 11 p.m. The event-is
for ages 12 to 18. Pizza, sodas and
snacks will be provided. The event will
include four hours of basketball, vol-
leyball, indoor soccer, swimming, rac-
quetball and more. Cost: $7 per teen.
Information:
www.plantcitygov.com/rec or 659-
4255.

Archives needs 'Kids' photos
The Plant City Photo Archives Inc. is
seeking photos for an upcoming
exhibit on young people.
"When We Were Kids," an exhibit
dedicated to Plant City youth, will be
unveiled April 29 at the fourth annual
Evening of Picture Perfect Memories
at the John R. Trinkle Center on the
Plant City campus of Hillsborough
Community College. It will include
photos of Plant City children between
1885 and 1985.
The deadline for submission is
March 30.
All images will be scanned and
added to the museum's database of
images.
The criteria for submission of
photos is:
There should be at least two
children in each photo submitted,
and, preferably, no more than six.
Names for each should be supplied.
You may submit more than one
photo, but not of the same individu-
als.
o The children should range in from
6 to 16. If possible, add the date of the
photo.
The photo can have been taken
anywhere and the children could have
been born elsewhere, but they must-
have been Plant City residents at the
time of the photo.
Entire graduation classes or team
pictures are not encouraged.
Information: 754-1578 or e-mail
dalessiopietro@gmail.com.
Emergency energy assistance
available for elderly
Hillsborough County is offering
Emergency Home Energy Assistance
Program funds for low-income house-
holds of which the head is 60 years of
age or older, who has received a past
due or final notice for their home
energy bill.
The program is intended for those
residents who are at 150 percent of the
federal poverty guidelines.
Information: Plant City Neighbor-
hood Service Center, 307 N. Michigan
Ave., or call 757-0872.

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THURSDAY
Plantation House schedule
The Ramada Plantation House, 2011 N.
Wheeler St., plans the following entertain-
ment schedule:
Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays: Des-
tiny.
April 29: Tommy Mara and the Crests.
May 6: The Mystics.
Call: 752-3141.

Baby Time
A Baby Time children's program for
infants up to 14 months and their caretak-
ers will be presented Thursdays at 10 a.m.
throughout March at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. Share books,
rhymes, songs and games during the 20-
minute program. Call: 757-9215.

FRIDAY
Spaghetti Supper
Trinity United Methodist Church, 402 W.
English St., plans a spaghetti supper March
24 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. in the fellowship hall.
The menu will include spaghetti with meat
sauce, tossed salad; Italian bread, home-
made desserts, coffee, iced tea and lemon-
ade. Cost: $6 for adults, $3 for children 12
and younger. Call: 754-6687.,

'Sentimental journey'
Star productions will present the musical
review "Sentimental Journey" March 24-25
at 8 p.m. at Hillsborough Community Col-
lege, 1206 N. Park Road. Tickets: $15. Call:
Al Cohen, 707-0788.

Yard sale
Eastside Baptist Church, 1318 E. Calhoun
St., plans a yard sale March 24 and 25 from
6:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call: 754-2681.

SATURDAY
Community health fair
A free health fair is set for March 25 from
9 a.m. to noon at Allen Chapel AME Church,
1109 E. Laura St. There will be prizes,
screenings, and a pharmacist will educate
you on your prescriptions. Call: Fay Robin-
son, 752-7289.

Blackwood Brothers concert
The Blackwood Brothers Quartet will be
in concert March 25 at 7 p.m. at Country-
side Baptist Church, 13322 Sydney Road.
Call: 659-1964 or 571-8200.

SUNDAY
Barbara Fairchild concert
Country and gospel performer Barbara
Fairchild and her husband Roy Morris plan
a concert March 26 at 6 p.m. at First Baptist
Church of Turkey Creek. Call: 752-7890.

A Wuerffel pep talk
Former University of Florida and NFL
quarterback Danny Wuerffel will give an
inspirational pep talk March 26 at 8:15 and
10:45 a.m. at First Baptist Church of Dover,
3223 N. Gallagher Road. Call: 719-2273.

MONDAY
Music class for preschoolers
Music to Grow On, a weekly class for pre-
schoolers will start March 27 at First Baptist
Church of plant City, 503 N. Palmer St. The
45-minute classes will offer interactive
musical activities. The cost is $90 for eight
weeks. Call: 750-4878.

TUESDAY
Toddler, Story Time
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer the following children's pro-
grams on Tuesdays throughout March:
Toddler Time for ages 15 to 30 months
and their caregivers, 9:30 a.m. Stories,
finger plays and songs make up the 20-min-
ute program. Call: 757-9215.

WEDNESDAY
Story Time
Story Time for ages 3 to 5 who can sit by
themselves in a group will be presented
Wednesday at 10 a.m. throughout March
at Thonotosassa Branch Library, 10715
Main St. Stories, finger plays and songs
See CALENDAR, Page 12


Picks of the Week


GaryElvis

performs
GaryElvis will perform
and present an Elvis slide
show March 24 from 4:30
to 6 p.m. at Lake Walden
Cinema in the Mugs &
Movies theater. Doors
open at 4:15 p.m. Pro-
ceeds benefit Unity in the
Community and Metro-
politan Ministries.
Patrons are asked to bring
donations of teddy bears
and/or non-perishable
food for donation to
charity. Tickets: adults,
$12.50 in advance, $15 at
the door; students, $7.50
in advance, $10 at the
door. Information: 754-
9442 or www.GaryElvi-
s.com.


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Neighborhood Watch meeting
Northside Baptist Church plans a Neighborhood Watch meeting with representatives
of the Plant City Police Department on March 28 at 7 p.m. in the church's fellowship
hall, 1700 N. Franklin St. The event will include free hot dogs and drinks. Shown above
are Police Chief Bill McDaniel, right, and Pastor Wayne Roberts. Call: 707-2214.


Photo courtesy of Susan Kolker

A feast for a cause
Festa Italiana is planned for March 26 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the gardens of Mikie and
Dean Snyder and Cassandra and George Banning in Walden Lake. The event will
include a buffet of Italian food, entertainment and a silent auction. Cost is $100 per
person. Proceeds go to the South Florida Baptist Hospital Foundation. Above, from
left, are organizers Stanley and Susan Kolker, Billy and Marsha Passmore and Mikie
and Dean Snyder. Call: Mikie Snyder, 752-2505.


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PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High School
Class of 1951 meets the
second Tuesday of the month
at the Ramada Inn.
Call: 752-8479.

PCHS Class of 1953
The Plant City High School
Class of 1953 meets the
second Tuesday of each
month at 11:30 a.m. at Tony's
Airside Restaurant at the
Lakeland Airport.
Call: 752-6317 or 633-0029.

Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of
Plant City meets the first
Friday of every month from 7
to 8:45 p.m. at Ms. Cherie's
Art & Frame Shop, 119 W.
Alexander St.
The group was formed to
help children appreciate art
and participate in hands-on
activities.
Call: 719-6887.

Turkey Creek Class of 1955
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1955 meets
the fourth Thursday of the
month at 8:30 a.m. at BuddyF-
reddys, 1401 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd.
All classmates, teachers
and staff members are
encouraged to attend.
Call: 986-1193.

Winter Visitor's Club
The Winter Visitor's Club
meets for business and pot-
luck dinners every Monday at
5:30 p.m.
Membership is $10 per
year and includes shuf-
fleboard tournaments.
Call: 754-4130 or 757-9165.

Lions Club
The Plant City Lions Club
meets Tuesdays at noon at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St.
Call: Judy Barta, 752-6193.

PCHS Class of 1958
The Plant City High Class
of 1958 meets for breakfast
the fourth Tuesday of every
month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's
Farmers Market Restaurant,
1401 Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd.
Call: 659-0421.

Plant City Bar
Association
The Plant City Bar Associa-
tion meets the first Friday of
the month at noon at the
Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler
St.
The group does not meet
for lunch in August or Decem-
ber, but holds a December
holiday party.
Call: 866-1610, Ext. 4127.

Alzheimer's
support group
An Alzheimer's support
group meets the second
Tuesday of each month at
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Call: Linda Dunn, 754-3761.

Bereaved parents group
A bereaved parents group
meets the fourth Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. at South
Florida Baptist Hospital's
community conference room,
301 N. Alexander St.
Call: 754-4444.


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ByDEREKMAUL
Recent developments have
once again made the religion
the .subject of public interest
closer to home the Church of.
SScientology has plans to move
into Frenchman's Market in
downtown Plant City.
Whatever your take on L.
Ron Hubbard and his ideas, the
planned outreach center at 102
N. Collins St. looks to be a poor
fit in a community that is
largely defined by traditional
faith and a rock-solid sense of
rural Americana.
Scientology, invented in the
early 1950s by Hubbard, is a
peculiar amalgam of science-
fiction and new-age religion.
Hubbard describes his creation
this way: "After endless millen-
nia of ignorance about himself,-
his mind and the universe, a
breakthrough has been made
for man."
Thanks a lot, Mr. Hubbard.
"Other efforts man has made
have been surpassed," Hub-
bard boasts. "The combined
truths of 50,000 years of
thinking men, distilled and
amplified by new discoveries
about man, have made for this
success."


Basic to Scientology's claims
is the belief that the human
spirit can be "rehabilitated" by
tapping into the superior
knowledge base Scientologists
both guard and impart. These
higher states can be attained
through Dianetics (the name
for Hubbard's philosophy) and
auditing, Scientology claims.
It is the process of rehabilita-
tion that has been a source of
controversy. Complaints have
included charges of manipula-
tion, deception, fraud, brain-
washing and mind control.
Auditing can be an expensive
process, with cost estimates in
the tens of thousands of
dollars. If the removal of
engrams (subconscious
memory traces' proves
Troublesome, the costs can-
and will escalate.
Interestingly, when Cruise
lectured Lauer "You don't
know the history of psychiatry;
I do," Cruise said he was
referring to the following: 75
million years ago according to
H-ubbard the emperor Xenu, -
along with evil psychiatrists.
committed genocide by
shipping surplus inhabitants of
his planet to earth, dropping


them in volcanoes and deto-
nating them with atomic
bombs. He then captured the
disembodied Thetans (the soul
that inhabits a body) and
implanted them with post-
hypnotic suggestions that were
ultimately manifested in 20th
century British culture.
Good news: Scientology will
help you deal with this stuff.
People who reach the ultimate
Thetan level and become a
"Clear" exhibit superior mental
acuity and enjoy freedom from
physical ailments.
Should Plant City residents
be concerned that the vast
financial resources and single-
minded intentions of Sciento-
logy will soon oi:cup\
Frenchman's market'?
You be the judge.
But look at what it says about
the rest of us. God commis-
sioned Christians with the task
of sharing his most amazing
gift with the world. Yet today,
2,000 \ears after he accom-
plished everything that needed
to be'accomplished on the
cross, people are still getting
sucked into deceptions such as
Scientology.
Why? Because we fouled up


the job so badly.
We have only ourselves to
blame. What kind of a witness
have we been to God's good
news? How well do people
understand concepts such as
unconditional love and
redemption after meeting
people like us? Is the Jesus
represented through my life the
same as the compassionate,
caring, powerful man we meet
in the New Testament?
Do we try to guilt people into
faith, browbeat them and tell
them they're all going to hell?
Or is the undeniable presence
of God's love in our lives
compelling enough evidence
for.people to say, with the jailer
in Philippi, "Sirs, what must I
do to be saved?" Acts 16
Nobody needs Scientology
auditing. But so many people
are desperate and lost. What we
do need is the love, forgiveness,
joy and freedom found in the
saving grace of Jesus I bear
witness to the truth.

Derek Maul is a columnist
for The Courier. You can view
his work at derekmaul.com or
reach him at derekmaul@-
gmail.com.


Scientologist: Aim Is To Help, Not Convert


ByYAMILASENE
The Church of Scientology of
Tampa intends to open a new
outreach center in Plant City at
102 N. Collins St. in downtown
where \ve will provide
information on the Scientology
religion, work with interested
GEORGE NEWMAN individuals to improve their
Reporter lives and work with neighbors
gnewmanidmediageneral.com and officials to generally
..... .. improve the areas where
community participation is
PHONE Us needed.
The Church of Scientology
, News-:865-4430 has a dedicated, caring mem-
,bership who volunteer contin-
- Advertising: 865-4430 uously in the communities in
which they live.
) Classifieds: 865-4437 By way of example, here are
some of the activities our
Sunbelt Newspapers 2006 parishioners recently assisted
Sunbelt Newspapers is a in and around the Tampa Bay
Media General publication. area: Ybor City street cleanup;
adopted a 5-mile stretch of
Dale Mabry Highway;
upgraded neighborhood parks:
worked with the Neighborhood
Watch and the Tampa Police
Department to keep our
neighborhoods free from
crime; educated children about
the dangers of drugs; ran
English as a second language
classes out of our community
center in West Tampa; our teen
Group, Youth for Human
Rights, delivered seminars on
human rights to other local
groups; we are active members
of both the chamber of com-
merce of West Tampa and of


Ybor City; worked with other
non-Scientology churches to
help their communities with
literacy programs and provided
for the elderly\ and children.
Our Tampa Bay members
have also put their jobs on hold
for weeks on end and traveled
to the parts of Florida hit by the
2004 hurricanes, flew to areas
of the tsunami-ravaged Asia
and just last year, spent weeks
in Louisiana and Mississippi,
all to provide immediate relief
for those affected by the
disasters.
And our help has not gone
unnoticed.
Below are just a few of the
recognition that the church
has received within the past
two years:
"The Points of Light Award
- Hurricane heroes" by Gov.
Jeb Bush.
Official commendation by
the Tampa Police Depart-
ment's Crime Prevention:
Bureau for "contribution to
making our neighborhood safe
and helping the residents."
*Official recognition by the.
Tampa City Council to "Sci-
entology Volunteer Ministers
for the Humanitarian work
done during the Hurricane
Season."
We tell you these things so
that you can see w.ho \we are as
neighbors but also that wve
carry out these activities, not
for accolades, but because we


care about people and about
the environment in which we
live.
Scientology is an applied
religious philosophy that holds
in common many of the beliefs
of other religions and considers
man to be a spiritual being who
is more than flesh and blood.
Developed by L. Ron Hub-
bard, it provides exact princi-
ples for improving
self-confidence, intelligence
and ability. Scientology does
not require faith, belief or
conversion.
* Anyone can apply the
principles of Scientology to
improve their lives no matter
their race, religion pr creed.
The aims of Scientology are
"a world without insanity; with-
out criminals and without war;
where the able can prosper and
honest beings can have rights,
and where man is free to rise to
greater heights."
Scientology has been
recognized as a religion in
every court in this country, all
over the world and by religious'
scholars from all different
religious backgrounds.
In the 52 years that Sciento-
logy has been in existence, it
has grown to over 6,000
churches, missions and groups
in 164 countries and it contin-
ues to grow because it helps
people.
Conversion is not the aim;
helping people is. Getting.


people off drugs, fixing broken
marriages and families, helping
a person to improve, improving
literacy. restoring self- respect
and even working with other
churches to help their parishio-
ners are things that Scientolog-
ists do every day.
In fact, right here in Plant
City, the Church of Scientology
has been participating in
various events and just within
the past fe-w \ ears. hundreds of
Plant City residents have
requested more information on
Scientology and how it can
help them in their lives.
L. Ron Hubbard wrote this:
"Happiness and strength
endure only in the absence of
hate. To hate alone is the road
to disaster. To love is the road
to strength. To love in spite of
all is the secret of greatness.
And may very well be the
greatest secret in this uni-
vetse.
if you would like to know
more about the Church of .
Scientology, please visit our
Web site at www v.scientolo-
gy.org or wwwvv.scientolog y-
tampa.org or stop by our
church in Tampa or our center
in Nbor City or the one right
here in Plant City when it
opens. *

Yamila Sene is the director
of public relations for the
Church of Scientology of
Tampa.


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OPINION




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MARCH 23, 2006 THE COURIER 7


LETTERS

Behavior of airstrip
opponents out of line

RE: The March 13 city
commission meeting concern-
ing Ed Verner's request for
approval of an air strip on his
property.
The events that took place
throughout the evening were
no laughing matter.
When good people come
together for the wrong reason,
they seem to lose sense of
decency, courtesy and love for
a fellow human being. The
good, the fairness and the
sensitivity in them are aban-
doned and they don't seek the
truth or the facts, they simply
seek to "win." And then
lowlife, mean-spirited beha-
vior becomes completely
acceptable, and in the case of
the march 13 meeting,
applauded.
When good people come
together for the wrong reasons,
they abandon morals and
become a mob. They become
stubborn and abandon reason
and logic, and any warnings
that might spring forth in their
hearts that they may be
seeking to hurt someone who
has never and would never
cause them any harm some-
one who has done so much
good in their town and their
communities are ignored. Ed
Verner is a good and kind man,
yet, he is hated by some
without cause.
For those who were in the
crowd booing and remarking
snidely in attempts to injure a


good man, I ask them to look
at themselves in the mirror, I
mean really look inside their
own eyes, into their hearts and
ask themselves if they are
being fair to Ed Verner, or if
they have allowed misinforma-
tion to dull their senses and
the goodness in their own
hearts. I hope they will ask
themselves if they have really
studied the plans for the
proposed air strip, or if they
have simply listened and
reacted unjustly to exaggera-
tions and fabrications.
It only takes one person to
kick up the dust of hysteria,
but it takes followers to form a
mob and create a storm.
Ed Verner would never do to
anyone in that crowd what was
done to him. He is a just man
and he deserves just treatment.
When good people come
together for the right reasons,
many good things are accom-
plished. Truth, facts, logic and
reason brings understanding.
Friends, rather than enemies
are made, and I hope that each
of the individuals who sat
crowded together in Monday
night's meeting, booing and
jeering at Ed Verner, will open
their minds and their hearts,
and if nothing else changes
from that, at least let them
admit that their behavior was
out of line.
And if they go as far as.
admitting that, perhaps, just
maybe, they will be big enough
to apologize to a good man.
And maybe if they return to the
next city commission meeting
pertaining to the air strip
proposal, they will do so with
their morals and dignity in
tact.
Betty Patton
Plant City


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Exactly who was in the driver's seat seemed to be a debate among these two.


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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Virtually every problem that muddies the
waters in this tired old world seems to be
created, or at least confounded, by poor
communication.
"Can't we all just get along?" was more
than a simple refrain of a victim of today's
mean-spirited society. The question posed
has been asked since the beginning of time.
Remember the story of Cain and Abel?
The unfortunate answer to the "Can't we
get along" question is, in my opinion, a
resounding "No!"


Take the couple pictured above sitting in
their car at a local drug store.
Last week I parked beside them and
prepared to enter the store to pick up some
photos I took of the Florida Strawberry
Festival strawberry shortcake eating contest.
As I got out of my car I did a double take
to see the driver and passenger apparently
in something of an argument over who was,
or was not, going to drive the car. They were
switching seats in the front of the car so fast
they looked like a circus act. While it is
impolite to stare for more than a brief
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Old Calendar Just In Time For Davis


Plant City Police Officer
Ken Fender gave Coleman
Davis a surprise recently. Ken
was renovating a house, and
behind some boards, tacked
to a rafter, he found an old
Badcock Furniture calendar
from the 1950s. He presented
it to Coleman Davis, who has
been with the company for 45
years.
The little piece of history
gift was given with perfect
timing, for on March 28
Badcock is celebrating its
grand opening and remodel-
ing of its new concept -
furniture, appliances,
accessories and electronics.
Coleman's store is the
oldest retail store in Plant
City, and was the first granted
a dealership.
"Our store has a staff that
represents 187 years of service
to the community," Coleman
said. "We're now enjoying
serving four generations of
families, and one of the
greatest compliments we get
is when a mother or father
brings their children in for
their first furniture."
When you visit, ask Cole-
man to show you the old
calendar, and see if you can
guess what the "toni" inscrip-
tion is on April 1952. Coleman
and Sue Davis have two
grown children who live in
Plant City, and one grand-
daughter.

Historical Society says thanks
Shelby Bender, president of
the East-Hillsborough Histori-
cal Society, would like to
thank all the volunteers and
workers who helped the
organization have a record-
breaking year at its strawberry
shortcake booth at the Florida
Strawberry Festival.
"We could not do it without
people like Roy Wise, who
does a lot of everything, Betty
Wilson, who coordinates
getting the volunteers,
Claudette Waddell, Brenda
and Dennis Inlow, the
stemmers, those who mixed
berries and made them so
sweet, Michael Miles and
Jimmie Wise, and the berry
pickup man this year, John
Briggs."
Thanks also go to the Plant
City High Key Club volunteers


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist

who did a great job.
The volunteer appreciation
dinner will be March 23 at 7
p.m. at the 1914 High School
School.

Welcome Justin Thomas
Welcome to the world little
homegrown Justin Thomas
Layton, born Nov. 21. His
proud parents, Kristen and
Thomas Layton, are not only
from Plant City, but he was
born at our own South
Florida Baptist Hospital.

Adams exhibit in Tampa
Roy Hilry Adams of Plant
City will have a solo exhibit,
titled "The Painted Clothes-
line," at Old Hyde Park Art
Center, 705 Swann Ave.,
Tampa, March 28 through
April 21.
Call: 251-3780.

Join Hollands in lupus walk
Put your walking shoes on
and join Jack and Cindy
Holland in helping to fight
-lupus. The event is planned
for May 13 in Tampa. Lupus, a
chronic, potentially fatal
autoimmune disease, affects
as, many as 1 million Ameri-
cans.
The Alliance for Lupus
Research has given more than
$32 million to research.
For information, call
Stephanie Chapman at 258-
5816.

Breakfast benefits
Raider band
Enjoy a $5 pancake
breakfast sponsored by the
PCHS Raider Band, at the Elks
Lodge on Alexander Street,
May 6 from 7:30 to 11 a.m.


BETT AHiRIGjC
Photo
Above, Sue and
Coleman Davis
with an old
Badcock Furni-
ture calendar.
Ken Fender
recently found
the calendar
while he was
renovating a
house. At left,
Justin Thomas
Layton.


Photo courtesy of Kristen Layton


Don't stop with pancakes
though. You can also enjoy a
spaghetti dinner with a spring
concert May 9 at 5:30 p.m. in
the PCHS mall.
What a delicious way to
support our high school
band.

A happy return
The Dearheart dog is home!
Someone found her wan-
dering around near Charlie
Griffin Road. Michelle thanks
everyone who kept eyes open
for her and to the man who
found her.

Have a birthday or family
event you would like to see in
Betty's column? Send items
to gabylee@aol.com or mail
or hand deliver to The
Courier, C/O Betty Briggs,
101 N. Wheeler St., Plant City,
FL 33566.


Photo courtesy of East Hillsborough Historical Society
Roy Wise is just one of many people who helped the East
Hillsborough Historical Society at the group's strawberry
shortcake booth at the Florida Strawberry Festival.


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


Weekly square dances
Weekly plus-level square
dances with rounds are offered
Wednesday 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 develop-
ment 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
Department of Aging Services
offers free blood pressure
readings for seniors the 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 p.m.
Call: 685-0670, Ext. 115.

Car safety seat checks
South Florida Baptist Hospital
offers free car safety seat checks
Friday and Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., throughout 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
The Florida Sultans of Spin
yo-yo club meets the first


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

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. Rey-
nolds St., Suite 103.

See ROUNDUP, Page 9








ROUNDUP
Continued From Page 8
Call: Sue Sloan or Barbara
Hubert, 757-9171.

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 flexi-
ble to accommodate the work
schedules of students residing
in the Plant City area. The
classes take place at HCC's
Plant City campus.
HCC established. the pro-
gram to help individuals not
only earn their high school
diploma but transition to col-
lege as well. Call: 757-2111.

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club
seeks used eyeglasses and
hearing aids.
The club collects the items
for distribution to needy
people in Florida and* other
nations.
To donate, place the items in
a "Lions Recycle for Sight" col-
lection bin at the following
locations: the office of Drs.
Humphrey and Maggard,
Strong Optical, 800 Optical,
Wal-Mart Optical, the office of
Dr. Kulyk, Publix, Kash n' Karry
on Alexander Street and the
Meadows at Countrywood.

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

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

Aging Services wants
to hear from public
Whether it's a compliment or
a concern, Hillsborough Coun-
ty's Aging Services Department
wants to hear from you. In an
ongoing effort to provide qual-
ity and efficient services, Aging


Services has implemented a
new Customer Care Line. The
Customer Care Line is open
Monday Friday, 8 a.m. 5 p.m.
at 272-5242, and both English
and Spanish speakers are avail-
kable. After hours customers can
leave a voicemail and the mes-
sage will be returned the next
business day. For more
information contact, Katrina
Blaine, Aging Services, 272-
5165.

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

Red Cross seeking volunteers
The American Red Cross
Tampa Bay Chapter is seeking
active or retired nurses with RN
or LPN licenses to serve as vol-
unteers. Volunteer nurses serve
as an integral part of Red Cross
Disaster Action Teams that
operate from five Red Cross
offices in Hillsborough, Pasco
and Pinellas counties: Tampa,
Brandon, St. Petersburg, Clear-
water and Hudson.
Nurses provide health care
education, assistance in obtain-
ing medical care and medica-
tion replacement and follow-up
care to victims of home fires,
hurricanes and other disasters.
During hurricane relief
efforts, Red Cross nurses may
be assigned to shelters to assist
in providing health related
services to shelter occupants.
In addition, they may also
accompany Disaster Action
Teams which respond to local
community emergencies.
Those interested in serving as
Red Cross volunteer nurses
must have a current RN or LPN
license, be dependable, in
good health, have a flexible
schedule, be willing to undergo
a background check and pos-
sess a strong sense of caring
and compassion for Red Cross
clients. Prospective nurse
volunteers undergo 10 to 18
hours of training, including an
orientation to the Red Cross
and participation in Red Cross
CPR, First Aid and Disaster
Response training courses.
Information: Kipp Hollo-
way, 348-4820, ext. 893, or e-
mail to:
Holloway@tampabay.redcr-
oss.org.

Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville
offers free computer classes
for seniors and children on
Monday and Wednesdays.
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 Fri-
days from 5 to 6:30. Call: 737-
1352 or 757-6760.


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Surday School 1000 4A-
Morning Worship 11.00 A M
EvEriing Worship 6 00 PM
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
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Trinity United

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Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
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Sunday Worship Services
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Women's ScrapOooking Club
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WORSHIP


DEATHS

Moore
Treva M. Moore. 79,
City died March 4.
She was born in (
town, Ohio, and was the
ian director of
Memorial Library of Pla
She was a member
Plant City Woman's Ci
past president of the
Club.
She is survived by
brothers and sisters.
Wells Memorial
Home.,

Lingerfelt
Francis "Big Joe" Lin
61, of Plant City died. M
He was born in Wa
and came here as a chi
He was a millwrig
Universal Machinery.
He is survived by h
Lynda; a son, Joseph
Plant City; a daughter,
Plant City; two sisters
Mae Wilkerson of Ge
and Oralee Ogilvie of D
Springs; and two gra
dren.
Haught Funeral Hon

Tempin
Albert P. Tempin,
Plant City died March 7
He was born in Chica


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He was a U.S. Army veteran
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and Lodge 1727 of the Benevo-
lent & Protective Order of Elks.
e librar- He is survived by his wife,
Bruton Dolores "Dee"; two sons, Brian
ant City. of Rockford and Alan of Wood-
t City. stock, Ill.; two daughters,
* of the Maria Rogers of Elgin, Ill., and
lub and Kathryn Woods of Avon, Ind.;
Pilot's a brother, LeRoy J.; a sister,
Mary E. Lindermann; nine
several grandchildren; and three
great- grandchildren.
Funeral Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Schneiders
ngerfelt, Dr. Raymond J. Schneiders,
[arch 5. 77, of Plant City died March 8.
auchula He was born in Detroit and
ld. moved here from St. Clair
ght for Shores, Mich.
He was a U.S. Army Air
lis wife, Force veteran of World War II
H. of and a retired dentist.
Lorie of He attended St. Clement
, Annie Catholic Church and was a
eraldine member of the Civil Air Patrol
efuniak and St. Clair Shores Masonic
indchil- Lodge.
He is survived by his wife,
ne- Laura; a daughter, Jeannine of
Columbus, Mich.; a daughter,
Kirsten Burton of Armada,
80, of Mich. and two grandchildren.
7. Wells ,Memorial Funeral
ago and Home.


Kelley
Elder Chavis S. "Chubby"
Kelley, 69, of Tampa died
March 8.
He was born in Dover and
was a lifelong resident of
Tampa.
He he served in the U.S. Air
Force and was a maintenance
supervisor for Continental
Can Co.,
He was a member of Salem
Primitive Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Nancy; a son, Matthew D. of
San Antonio, Texas; two daugh-
ters, Mary A. and Patricia
Damico, both of Tampa; a
brother, Emory of Tampa; two
sisters, Nettie Lou Gude of Dade
City and Jewell Dickson of Mul-
berry; five grandchildren; and
two great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Saavedra
Alfred "Freddy" Saavedra
Jr., 73, of Plant City died March
9.
He was born in Bronx, N.Y.,
and moved here from St.
Petersburg in 2004.
He worked in- vocational
rehabilitation.
He is survived by his wife,
Betty; four sons, John G. and
Louis Soto, both of Puerto
Rico, Alfred F. III of Connecti-
cut and Nicholas Sepulveda of
Plant City; four daughters,


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|$ Speaking by Danny Wuerffel,
Heisman Trophy Winner


a March 26th

<.1 During our worship service

8:15 a.m. & 10:45 a.m.

In 1996. Danny Wuerffel received the highest
honor bestowed on any college football player-
The Heisman Trophy. In 1997, he was drafted by
the New Orleans Saints.

Wuerffel's desire is to acknowledge God in all his
ways in his marriage, in his family, in football
in whatever he is doing!


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3223 N. Gallagher Road
Dover, Florida 33527
813.719.2273

Fax: 813.659.0698
Prayer Line: 813.717.7729
http://firstbaptistdover.org


Judy and Shirley Soto, both of
Puerto Rico, Elaine of Seattle
and Mikhaela of Plant City;
two sisters, Gloria of St. Peters-
burg and Victoria Perez of
Ohio; 10 grandchildren; and
three great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Neeley
Issac Neeley, 54, of Plant
City died March 10.
He was born in Arcadia and
moved to Plant City as a child.
He was a landscaper and
attended Berea Baptist
Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Evelyn; a son, Donavan of
Plant City; two stepsons,
Danny Hitson and Randy
Hitson; four brothers; two sis-
ters; and a granddaughter.
Haught Funeral Home.

Haynes
Mamie Haynes, 101, of
Dover died March 10.
She was a lifelong resident
of Dover an'd was a home-
maker.
She attended Mount Enon
Primitive Baptist Church.
She is survived by three
sons, Forest of Lakeland, John
T. of Dover and Harley of Ten-
nessee; three daughters,
Audrey Johnson and Lelia Ble-
vins, both of Dover, and Hazel
Adcock of Plant City; 14 grand-
children; 19 great-grandchil-


dren; and four
great-great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Lastinger
-Ruth S. Lastinger, 83, of
Dover died March 10.
She was born in Edinboro,
Pa., and was a longtime resi-
dent of Dover.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by three sons,
Melvin of Pinecrest, Paul and
Kenny of Keysville; a daughter,
Lisa Leatherwood of Dover;
three brothers, Winfield McGa-
hen, Wesley McGahen and Earl
McGahen, all ofWaterford, Pa.;
a sister, Naomi of Waterford;
13 grandchildren; and 11 great-
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Knott
Charles K. Knott, 88, of Plant
City died March 11.
He was born in East Hamp-
ton, Mass., and moved here
from there in 1979.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II, an Eagle
Scout, and a member of Ame-
rican Legion Post 224 in East
Hampton.
He was a firefighter and
attended Whitehurst Road
Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Madeline A.; a daughter,
See DEATHS, Page 25

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Church sets religious renewal
St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
will conduct its annual parish
mission and spiritual renewal
titled, "Christianity is Not a
Religion, Rather a Way of
Living," April 3-6. The Rev.
Eugene "Red" O'Reilly will talk
at the 8 a.m. daily Mass and
give a mission talk each eve-
ning at 7. Call: 752-8251.

Lord of Life calendar
The following events are
planned at Lord'Of Life Evan-
gelical Lutheran Church, 2104
Mud Lake Road.
+ Special services every
Wednesday through April 12
starting with a light super at 6
p.m. followed by focused Bible
study at 6:45. A special cantata
featuring the combined choirs
of St. Peter's Episcopal Church

CALENDAR


and Lord of Life will take place
Palm Sunday, April 9, at 4 p.m.
As the prelude to Easter
Sunday, April 16, there also will
be special services Maundy
Thursday, April 13, and Good
Friday, April 14.
An Easter egg hunt will be
offered April 8. Participants-
are asked to gather at 9:30 a.m.
with the hunt starting
promptly at 10. Call: 752-6064,
weekdays, I to 5 p.m.

First Baptist offerings
The following events will be
offered by First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Mondays at 7
p.m. at BuddyFreddy's.
Leader: Steve Morris.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Tuesdays at 7
a.m. at Fred's Market Restau-
rant. Leader: Bill Bender.
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.
Call: 752-4104.

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.

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


Photo courtesy of the Plant City Civitan Club

Civitans donate to the YMCA
Starkey Tharington, program chairman for the the Plant
City Civitan Club, presents a check for $1,000 to Judy
Welch of the Plant City YMCA, as Civitan Club president
Ann Churchwell looks on.


Continued From Page 5


make up the 30-minute program.
Call: 987-6215.

THURSDAY
Kindergarten roundup
Jackson Elementary School, 502 E.
Gilchrist St., plans a kindergarten
roundup March 30 from 7:30 to 9:30
a.m. Birth certificate, immunization
records, a recent physical (within a
year) and proof of residency are
needed for registration. Call: 272-
4055.

PLAN AHEAD
Children's festival
The annual Children's Fun Festival,
sponsored by the Arts Coiuncil of Plant
City and Hillsborough Community
College, is set for April 1 from 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at HCC's Plant City campus
on North Park Road. Activities are
planed for preschool and elementary-
school age children. All activities are
free, and children must be accompa-
nied by an adult. Call: Marsha Pass-
more, 754-2301.

Burnett Middle School bazaar
The Burnett Middle School PTSA
will sponsor the -school's inaugural
Burnett Bazaar April 1 from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. at the school, 1010 N. Kingsway
Road, Seffner. The bazaar will feature


crafts, collectibles, refreshments,
games and free fingerprinting.
Information: Leslie Leibfreid, 684-
5201, or leave a message at the school,
744-6745.

'International Dinner'
An "International Dinner" is
planned for April 1 at 5:30 p.m. at St.
Clement Catholic Church's Cronin
Hall, 1104 N. Alexander St. Proceeds
will help sponsor a child going to
Mexico on a retreat this summer. Tick-
ets: $5 in advance; $6 at the door. Call:
Carol Rodriguez, 757 6234.

Grant workshop
The Compassion Capital Fund
Graht Workshop for faith-based and
community-based organizations will
be offered April 3 from 1 to 3 p.m. at
Allen Chapel AME Church, 1109 E.
Laura St. Priority areas include at-risk
youth, the homeless, marriage
education, social services and more.
Registration: 1-877-767-7293 or www.-
elitebusinessmgmt.com.

Christian women's club
The Plant City Christian Women's
Club plans a "New Things About Old
Things" luncheon April 4 at 11:30 a.m.
at Walden Lake Golf & Country Club.
Cost is $12. Speaker will be Heather
Sanchez from Collins Street Junction


Antiques & Collectibles. RSVP: Carol,
759-1708.

Charity golf tourney
The Friends of Jim Stevens Golf
Tournament is set for April 7 at 1:30
p.m. at Walden Lake Country Club..
The cost of the modified four-man
scramble is $75 per player and $150
per hole sponsorship. Dr. Jim Stevens
was a dentist who died in 2001 due to
cancer. Tournament proceeds will be
donated to the American Cancer Soci-
ety. Call: 299-2449 or 754-2043.

Church yard sale
A yard sale is planned for April 8
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Shiloh Baptist
Church, 905 Terrace Drive. Call: 752-
8345 or 754-7445.

The Florida Opry
The Florida Opry will present The
Southern Star Bluegrass Band and
other performers April 8 at 7 p.m. at
the 1914 Plant City High School Com-
munity Center, North Evers and Her-
ring streets. Reserve seats are $12.50.
Call: 752-4094.

Kindergarten roundup
Walden Lake Elementary School,
2800 Turkey Creek Road, plans a kin-
dergarten roundup, which helps
familiarize parents with their child's


school, teachers and programs, April
11 at 8:30 a.m. Birth certificate, immu-
nization records, a recent physical
(within a year) and proof of residency
are needed. Call: 757-9433

'Mr. Gospel Trumpet' to perform
Jerry "Mr. Gospel Trumpet" Goff, of
Nashville, Tenn., will appear at Har-
mony Baptist Church, 6008 W. Knights
Griffin Road, April 12 at 11 a.m. Call:
986-7165.

Class of 1948 reunion
The Turkey Creek High School Class
of 1948 plans a reunion luncheon April
15 at noon at BuddyFreddy's, 1101
Goldfinch Drive. Call: 759-0057 or 659-
0827.

Children's Classic golf tournament
The Children's Classic golf tourna-
ment is planned for April 28 at 11 a.m.
at Walden Lake Golf & Country Club. A
shotgun start is set for 12:30 p.m. in a
four-person scramble format. Partici-
pants are asked to register by April 19.
Call: 754-3707 or 757-1286.

Bless Israel event
A Bless Israel event is scheduled for
April 29 from noon to 7:30 p.m. at Lake
Mirror Park on Orange Street in Lake-
land. The event will include food,
speakers and dance. Call: 404-5673.


Saturday, March 25 and Sunday, March 26
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Historic Henry B. Plant Park at the University of Tampa
401 W. Kennedy Boulevard, downtown Tampa
Friends of Plant Park will host GreenFest 2006, the ninth annual two-day
gardening festival featuring more than 75 vendors of plants, herbs,
flowers, garden tools and decorative accessories. Other highlights
include workshops and demonstrations, plus tool sharpening.


Saturday, March 25 11 a.m.
Principles of a Florida Yard
Mark Shelby, Florida Master
Gardener & Owner/General
Manager of Bella Terra
GreenFest Pavilion
Saturday, March 25 Noon
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West Central Florida
Mark Shelby, Florida Master
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Florida Rose Gardens
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Owner of Bay Gardens
GreenFest Pavilion.
Friends of Plant Park will use the
proceeds from GreenFest 2006
to fund the restoration of historic
Henry B. Plant Park.
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Pastor Kerry D. Beaty
Lone Oak Baptist Church


When the Rev. Kerry Beaty
moved to Plant City eight years
ago it was his fourth rural
ministry. "That's just where
God has led me," he said.
Since his first pastorate in
the early 1980s, the affable
Baptist minister has served
churches in Clewiston,
Groveland, and most recently
Lake Wales.

Q: Where were you raised?
A: I was born in 1959 in-
Hollywood, Fla. I graduated
from Miramar High School in
1977 then went to Florida
Baptist College in Lakeland.

Q: How did God call you?
A: God spoke to me clearly at
a mid-week service when I was
17. I1 was shocked, so were my
friends. I loved life and enjoyed
having a good time I still do.
Pastoring hasn't changed that a
bit. It's been a ride, really.

Q: What do you love about
Plant City?
A: I didn't want to leave
Lake Wales. God did every-
thing but pack my suitcases to
'bring me here. But Plant City
has worked into being just
marvelous. I love the oppor-
tunities to minister here. The
people in general there's
always an opportunity to get a
blessing or try to be one. Plant
City has really grown on me.

Q: Do you like Plant City
food?
A: Johnson's Barbecue! We
go there quite often. That and
Maryland Fried Chicken.

Q: How was the Strawberry
Festival?
A:.Some folks at our church
own Brandon Farms. I work in
the strawberry milkshake


booth no apology, it's the best
in the festival. Then we went to
the Steven Curtis Chapman
concert. He did a great job.

Q: Do you find time for fun?
A: I stay busy! I chaplain the
Durant High School football
team my first two sons
played football there. I lead
prayer at the game and the
blessing at the pre-game
meal. To me it's a blast. I also
coach JV wrestling. Plus I jog
occasionally and do some
fitness things to stay in shape.

Q: Do you watch TV?
A: I like sports, especially
college ball but I really don't
have one team for March
Madness (NCAA basketball
playoffs). I just like the
excitement of the college
games. I like the underdog.
That's why I'm a Miami
Dolphins fan.

Q: How about the movies?
A: I can sit and watch sports
for two or three hours, but a
movie really kills me. We did
watch "The Notebook," and
we really enjoyed "The
Passion of the Christ."

Q: What makes you proud
of your wife, Laquita?
A: I guess her willingness to
love me as I am, her tolerance,
her availability. She's a real
asset to the ministry. She's
been asked to speak at a
women's conference in
Arkansas and I'm proud of that.

Q: What makes a good
marriage?
A: Sacrifice, being willing to
take the bumps, knowing
when to give and when to take.
You have your strong points
and your weak points and your


Pastor Kerry D. Beaty of Lone Oak Baptist Church, 3505 Lone Oak Road, thinks first of his dad,
James, when asked about personal heroes. "His love has been as strong as a rock."
ths\h eus oblee


spouse has the same. When
those points meet it makes for
a complete marriage.

Q: Do you have any heroes?
A: My dad (James Beaty),
No. 1. He's always been a hard
worker; he has such
unconditional love. His love
has been as strong as a rock.
Sadly, I've nevdr'told him that,
but he knows by the way I treat
him. Maybe I should tell him.

Q: What do you believe is
the greatest challenge for the
church today?
A: Well, for me the biggest
is to not remove the ancient
landmarks. People have lived,
died and sacrificed for what
we often take for granted. I
think we're getting tolerant of
things our forefathers would-
n't tolerate.


Q: What books have
influenced you?
A: I find new truths in the
Bible every day. Sadly, a lot of
the books I start I don't finish.
I'm real good at starting. I
liked "This Present Darkness,"
and "Piercing the Darkness."

Q: What is your preferred
News source?
A: I watch Fox news, usually
late at night and early in the
morning. I dabble in the
others, but nothing suits me
more than Fox. I'm a Republi-
can, what can I say?

Q: Are you optimistic about
the future?
A: In that Jesus is coming yes,
very much so. 1 think it's good
news for those who are believ-
ers, not tremendous news for


those who refuse to believe.

Q: Do you get any
interesting questions?
A: Sometimes people are
surprised to know ministry is a
job. "You work there? I thought
you were just the preacher."

Q: Share your favorite
scripture.
A: I Peter 5:7 "Casting all
your care upon him; for he
cares for you." And Psalm 122:
1 "I was glad when they said
unto me, Let us go into the
house of the Lord."
Derek Maul

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Durant High Schoqol's Class Act show choir
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superior rating at ashowchoir contest at Blake
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Hawthorne Properties Abound In Plant City Area


NUMBER AT LEAST 13
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
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The owners of Frenchman's
Market on North Collins
Street, which is in the process
of being sold to the Church of
Scientology, own at least a
dozen other properties in the
Plant City area.
David E. Hawthorne and his


wife, Victoria, own, individu-
ally or in partnership, many
commercial and residential
properties in and around
Plant City. Aside from their
residence, 702 W. Reynolds
St., a three-story home built in
the early 1900s, purchased
and renovated by the Haw-
thornes in 2002, they own or
share ownership, according to
the Hillsborough County
Property Appraisers office,


residential properties on Varn
Road, north of town; a single
family home at 307 W. Cherry
St.; and more than 30 acres of
pasture land on Lanier Road,
connected to the Varn Road
property. County records
show' those properties are val-
ued at more than $1.6 million,
. Nine properties listed with
the property appraisers office
under Hawthorne Real Estate
LC are all in the historic down-


town area of Plant City. Those
include the 102 N. Collins St.
property, Frenchman's
Market, which is valued at less
than $400,000, but has a listed
sale price of $1.6 million.
Other properties /include:
106 E. Drane St. commercial
property connected to the
Frenchman's Market Build-
ing; 106 N. Collins St. retail
property; 109 W. Reynolds
St.-which includes three retail


shops and one eatery; 107 N.
Palmer St. a rental property
operated by Plant City Bingo
Inc.; 102 S. Evers and 111 S.
Collins streets with retail
businesses on the ground
floor, and rental apartments.
above; an eatery at 110 S.
Collins St.; and a empty lot at
108 S. Collins St., where retail
properties owned by the Haw-
thornes were burned out in
February 2005.


OUTREACH
Continued From Page 1


merchants.
"A lot of people are upset
and are frowning on the idea,"
Wooten said.
"People are just not sure
what it means. They are wor-
ried the church will be trying
to recruit people on the
street."
Dave Shultz, co-owner of
Patricia's, an antique store on
Drane Street, a short walk
from Frenchman's Market,
said he is more concerned
about bringing more business
downtown than a Scientology
center moving in.
"I don't see it having any
impact one %way or another. I
am more concerned about
generating business for the
downtown area."


Frenchman's Market's cur-
rent owner David Haw-
thorne said while there is a
contract to sell the building,
"there is nothing firm at this
point. There is no'firm date for
a closing. Any date mentioned
at this point is speculation.
The purchaser can walk at any
time, without penalty."
With hi. real estate agent-
handling the sale, Hawthorne
said he has not met the
prospective buyer, but "I find
it hard to believe that anyone
would have concerns about
the buyer at this point. This is
America. Our country was
founded upon certain free-
doms. I wonder if people
would objectifarepresentative
'of a synagogue or mosque was


considering the purchase of
property in this area."
Mayor John Dicks said he
spoken to city officials, the
Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce and Hawthorne about-
the issue but said the city has
to remain neutral.
"It's not something we are
not trying to involve ourselves
in. It's a private business
transaction."
Dicks said he is also con-
cerned about the future of
many of the small merchants
who call Frenchman's Market
home.
"Personally, I will miss the
atmosphere in Frenchman's
Market. Those small busi-
nesses that are in that building
now may need to relocate. I


am hoping we can find a place
for them somewhere in our
community. I would hate to
see those people have to close
their businesses or move else-
where."
Sene said the church had
been looking to expand into
eastern Hillsborough County
for about a year. Clearwater is
home to the national head-
quarters of the church and it
operates an outreach center
in West Tampa.
"There's enormous interest
in (eastern Hillsborough'
County) in Scientology," said
Sene, who claims the church
has fielded hundreds of
inquiries from people in the
area. "And the whole area out
there is growing."


As for the concerns of some
in Plant City, Sene is confident
the church can win them
over.
"We are an asset in every
city we go to. We get very
involved in helping commu-
nity."
She said the group plans to
join the Plant City Chamber of
Commerce and "see what is
needed and wanted in the
community."
The church expects the
center to open by the end of
the year.
"It will take a bit of time to
renovate the building to the
standards that we want to
bring it up to. But it will be
some time this year," Sene
said.


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Free Clinic Plans Monthly Stops At School


TREATED MORE THAN 15
STUDENTS IN 5 HOURS
By KEVIN BRADY -
kbrady@mediageneral.com
A free mini-health clinic on
wheels will be making monthly
stops at two Plant City schools.
The Ronald McDonald Care
Mobile made its first visit to Plant
City High School Feb. 15, treating
about 15 students between 10
a.m. and 3 p.m., according to
school officials. The van treats
students with special needs that
the school clinic cannot manage.
The first visit has already paid
off for two students. Doctors
found a previously undetected
heart condition in one and a seri-
ous neurological disease in
another. Both were referred to
specialists for immediate atten-
tion.
"(The clinic) gives us an added
resource to help children that
might otherwise fall through the
cracks," said Nora McClendon,
the school nurse at PCHS.
- The Care Mobile was sched-
uled to visit Bryan Elementary
School Feb. 22. It will return to
PCHS March 15.
The Care Mobile, a 40-foot-
long van, houses two exam
rooms, a laboratory, reception
area and medical records area.
One exam room can also be used
as a -dental clinic. The mobile
clinic is run as a partnership bet-
ween the University of South
Florida's Department of Pediat-
rics and Ronald McDonald House


At left, Lonnie Coston,
18, is examined by Dr.
Lauren Brewington in
the Ronald McDonald
Care Mobile at Plant
City High School Feb.
15. Below, more than 15
Plant City High stu-
dents were examined in
five hours at the free
clinic on wheels. Below,
students stopped by to
say thank you. From
left are, Kevin Powell,
clinic nurse Tammy
Holland, Cory Shepard,
Koris Kidd and Dr.
Lauren Brewington.


Charities. USF pediatric physi-
cians and nurses staff the clinic.
Dental staff is provided by Hills-
borough Community College and
the Hillsborough County Dental
Society. The vehicle was delivered
to USF last month.
Among the services the van
provides are immunizations,
pregnancy testing and health
screernings, including HIV and
venereal disease testing, prevent-
ative dental care, basic lab tests
(urine, blood pressure, blood),
health education and assistance


in finding permanent medical
care.
"Follow-up care is critical,"
said Jeannette Fleischer, a pediat-
ric nurse practitioner with Hills-
borough County public schools
who has worked on the Care
Mobile. "We are not here as the
student's primary care physician,
but we are going to try to hook
them up with a primary care phy-
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lalobos along with three other
individuals.
The suspects, who forced
their way inside the home,
then tied up three of the vic-
tims and shot Villalobos,
Carter said. The suspects then
fled the scene. The three freed
themselves and called the
sheriff's office.
Before deputies arrived, two
of the three victims fled the
residence and deputies have
been unable to interview
them, Carter said.
The suspects left a Dodge
Intrepid at the scene. The
vehicle had been stolen in a
carjacking about 8 p.m. in the
area of Sydney Dover Road.
Carter said that there are no
indications that the carjacking
is related to the home
invasion/homicide.
Anyone with any
information reference the
homicide of Villalobos or the
carjacking of the Dodge
Intrepid is asked to call the
Hillsborough County Sheriff's
Office at 247-8200 or Crime
Stoppers at 1-800-873-8477.


DIGEST
Continued From Page 4
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local the Great American -
Cleanup, which is scheduled a
for April 22. About 2,000 vol-
unteers are needed for the a
countyxvide cleanup. Check- <
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cleanup will take place from 9
to noon. 0
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Applications are being
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young women have partici-
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Two individual representa-
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honors and activities, devel-
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ENGAGEMENTS


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Staff will also educate the students and their
families about federal and state assistance pro-
grams that will help pay for medical care.
- Four years on the job, Fleischer is assigned to
Memorial Middle School, Middleton High
School, East Bay High School and Eisenhower
Middle School.
"One of the biggest problems is kids don't
have access to care, and it's a growing prob-
lem," said Dr. Lynn Ringenberg, vice chair for
graduate medical education in USF's pediatric
division. "But preventative care early on can
save children's lives and lots of money later
on."
The Care Mobile was donated by Ronald
McDonald House Charities earlier this year
and came with around $100,000 in medical
equipment. Together, the van and equipment
would have cost about $350,000, Ringenberg
said.
The operational costs for the van will be cov-
'ered by a $360,000 grant from the U.S. Depart-
ment of:Health and Human Services. The grant


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will be spread out over three years. Ringenberg
is hoping to have the grant renewed.
* Officials said they hope to serve at least 1,500
children in 2006 with regular visits to schools in
areas with "large medically under-served pop-
ulations," according to a USF program sum-
mary issued last month.
Hillsborough County School Health Services
will help identify those areas with the greatest
need. In addition to two stops in Plant City
every month, the van also will visit Memorial
Middle School, Middleton High School and
Lavoy Exceptional Center all in Tampa and
East Bay High School and Eisenhower Middle
School in Gibsonton.
The Spring, a shelter for victims of domestic
violence; Joshua House, a shelter for abused,
neglected or abandoned children; and Metro-
politan Ministries are also on the schedule.
According to the 2005 Florida Health Insur-
ance Study, 12.1 percent of children in Florida
have no medical insurance. The percentage
equates to about 502,000 children. For children
ages 10 to 18, the uninsured rate is 14.8 per-
cent.
For more information about the van, call
259-8754 or visit www.usfpeds.hsc.usf.edu and
click the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile link.


Robinson-Faison
Helen and Henry Faison of
Plant City announce the engage-
ment of their son, Forrest J.
Faison, to Tracy A. Robinson. She
is the daughter of Marvin Oliver
of Lakeland and the late Cynthia
Robinson.
The bride-elect and the
prospective groom are both grad-
uates of Plant City High School.
A May 20 wedding is planned at
5 p.m. at Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Recreation Center.

Cruickshank-Pierce
Amanda Cruickshank and Scott
Pierce announce their engage-
ment.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Elton and Maria Moore of
Ocala.
The prospective groom is the
son of Lewis and Jean Pierce of
Roswell, Ga.
A May wedding is planned.


Tracy Robinson and Forrest
Faison


Amanda Cruickshank and
Scott Pierce


HONOR
Continued From Page 16


Megan Collins, Analilia Con-
treras, Tyler Corbett, Sabrina
Cotton, Mason Dilts, Anabea-
triz Fuentes, Nicholas Jones,
Andrea Long, Amanda Polk,
Blake Prosch, Memory Rawls,
Dondra Ruth, Diana Sanchez,


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Storey, Garrett Strobel, Ste-
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Eighth grade: Dustin Davis,
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seeing their antics made me laugh out loud.
Well, the fellow pictured in the passenger's
seat became so irate that I would laugh at their
behavior, he practically chewed my ear off. He
whirled around and without rolling the
window down howled at me at the top of his
lungs, using language that I could only
describe as unprintable.
In a flash, they were both growlirtg and
snapping at me and pawing at the glass like a
pack of dogs. My attempts to talk to them,
humbly asking for their forgiveness, went
completely ignored. Any apology offered by
me was dismissed out of hand. You would
suppose from their actions they didn't
understand a word I said.
Undeterred, and knowing a good photo
opportunity when I saw one, I went back to
my car and retrieved my camera from the
center console. Then I stood in front of their
car, daring as that may seem, and waited for
them to calm down so I could take their


picture.
Thankfully, within a matter of seconds, they
took a look at the camera, quickly conferred
with one another, realized I must be an artiste,
and sat up to show me their best sides. As I
clicked away they posed for the camera and
pretended to talk, I suppose, with each other
about the beautiful weather of late.
Knowing that I had the shot I was looking
for, I went back to my car to replace the
camera. Don't ask me why, but the one that
looks like a young up-and-coming boxer
snarled at me as if there was still some bone of
contention between us. The driver, not nearly
as boisterous, but just as irate as the passen-
ger, kept pointing at me, jumping in one
bound from the back seat to the front, point-
ing at me threateningly, like some berserk bird
dog, yapping in some foreign tongue all the
while.
Don't ask me to explain it. Such behavior is
befuddling to me. And to many, I suppose.
And, so I ask you: "Can't we all just get
along?"
Ge6rge H. Newman is a reporter for The
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Martha Wright; a grandchild;
and a great-grandchild.
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Jones
Sheila D. Jones, 65, of Plant
City died March 12.
She was born in Abington,
Va., and moved here from Bal-
timore 22 years ago.
She was a homemaker and
attended Plant City Church of
God.
She is survived by her
husband, Ed; two brothers,
Joseph Carter Jr. of Howard,
Pa., and Obert Carter of
Andover, Pa.; two sisters, Ruth
Costa-of Plant City and Marie
Greene of London, Tenn.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

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Hazel F. Green, 84, of
Orlando, formerly of Plant
City, died March 12.
She was born in Alabama
and was a resident of Plant
City from 1930 to 1994.
She was a cafeteria worker
and attended Turkey Creek
First Baptist Church.
She is survived by two sons,
James ofApopka and Joel W.; a
brother, Leon Mitchell of Plant
City; six grandchildren; six
great-grandchildren; and four
great-great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Mabry
Paul H. Mabry, 90, of Plant
City died March 12.
He was born in Cuthbert,
Ga., and was a U.S. Army vet-
eran of World War II, retiring
from the Army at the rank of
colonel.
He attended Trinity United
Methodist Church.
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daughters, Camilla M. Pass of
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grandchildren; and eight
great-grandchildren.
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Beavers
Jule M. Beavers, 89, of Plant
City died March 13.
She was born in Delaware,
N.J., and was an accountant
and homemaker.
She was a former Girl Scout
leader.
She is survived by a son,
William W.; a daughter, Rose-
mary; and two grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

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Harold S. Klinger, 74, of
Plant City died March 18.
He was born in Gratz, Pa.,
. and retired after 20 years of
service in the U.S. Air Force
serving in the Korean and
Vietnam wars.
He was an elementary
school teacher and a member
of First Baptist Church of Plant
City.
He is survived by his wife,
Susan; a son, John of Grand
Haven, Mich.; a stepson, Jay
Reynolds of Lake Ann, Mich.;

four daughters, Karen of
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Above, Durant's Jeremy Fussell dives headfirst into home base after Carmine Giardina doubled to
right-center field in the third inning. Fussell was safe at the plate, and the Cougars scored six runs
that inning to break open a 1-1 game with Plant High at the Saladino Baseball Tournament. Durant
went on to win the game 12-1, to give them a 2-0 record in pool play. If the Cougars beat Brandon
Tuesday night, they would advance to the Saladino quarterfinals at University of Tampa
Wednesday. Semifinals of the tournament are scheduled for today at 4 and 7 p.m., with the
championship game Friday night at 8. Left, Cougar pitcher Tony Garcia throws a fastball against
Plant. After giving up a first-inning home run, Garcia did not allow a run the rest of the way to
earn the victory. It was Garcia's 21st career win as a Cougar, tying a school record. He also drove in
three runs to help his own cause against Plant.


Cougars Impress At Saladino Baseball Tournament


GIARDINA BREAKS TOURNEY

STRIKEOUT RECORD
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Carmine Giardina does not need
special motivation to post sizzling sti-
keout numbers. But on Saturday, that's
what he got, courtesy of the head
coach of Durant's first opponent in the
Saladino Tournament.
Giardina proceeded to set a tourna-
ment record with 16 strikeouts in
Durant's 3-2 win over Alonso on Satur-
day.
"Not bad for the third-best pitcher
in Hillsborough County," said Durant
head coach Ron Fussell, with more
than a little sarcasm. He was referring
to the comments of Alonso coach
Landy Faedo, coming after his Ravens
beat Gaither, 1-0, the night before Sal-,
adino.
Faedo called the Friday game,
matching Alonso's Tommy Toledo
against Gaither's Chris Jones, a battle
between the two best pitchers in the
county. The comments were published
in The Tampa Tribune Saturday, and


Giardina got a glimpse of them before
hitting the mound to face Alonso.
"No doubt he took exception to that.
He really wanted to strike those guys
out," Fussell said. "I told the players,
'Hey, they keep records of everything
at the Saladino. Be selfish and break
some records.' Looks like Carmine
took it to heart."
His performance on the mound was
outstanding, but it stood to be a losing
one until the Cougars rallied in the
bottom of the seventh and Giardina
had a hand in that side of things. The
score was 1-1 after the second and
stayed that way until the Ravens took a
2-1 lead in the top of the seventh.
Needing to come through at the
plate to make his record-breaking
pitching effort worthwhile, Giardina
slapped a single to score Chip Bowden
with the tying run. Durant won when
Jeff Wright's sacrifice plated Jeremy
Fussell.
That victory, coupled with a blowout
win over Plant, 12-1, on Monday, had
the Cougars off to a 2-0 start in pool
play. Durant was scheduled to face
Brandon Tuesday night on the Eagles'
home field. A win would have guaran-
teed the Cougars a spot in the quarter-


finals, but even if they lost there would
be a chance to advance as a wild-card
team.
Plant City ended an.-eight-game
losing streak in grand style Saturday,
shooting out to a 10-3 lead before
holding on to beat Sickles, 10-9. Then
on Monday, the Raiders were on the
wrong end of a dominating pitching
performance. Robinson's Steve Evarts
stuck out 15 Raiders, which- would
have been a Saladino record if not for
Giardina's effort (the previous record
for strikeouts in a game was 14).
Even with the loss, the Raiders were
in a position to win the Western Divi-
sion. They needed Sickles to beat Rob-
inson Tuesday afternoon, then Plant
City would have needed a victory that
night against Bloomingdale. Those
results would have put Sickles and
Plant City in a tie for first at 2-1, with
Saturday's head-to-head result giving
the tiebreaker to the Raiders.
The Plant City-Sickles game was a
doozy. Sickles got out to a 3-0 lead
against A.J. Starkey, but the junior set-
tled down to pitch four good innings.
In the bottom of the second, Starkey
gave himself the ultimate boost, clob-
bering a three-run homer to center


field for a 4-3 lead. Plant City then
tacked on five runs in the middle
innings to go ahead 10-3. Sickles had a
-big fifth inning, however, scoring five
times to chase Starkey.
The Gryphons had six straight hits,
three of them bunts down the third-
base line. Knuckleballer Brent Butler
came in to get out of the inning, then
gave up one run in the sixth as Sickles
shrunk the deficit to 10-9.
Butler got the first batter out in the
seventh, but then Sickles got back-to-
back hits. With the top of the order
coming up and Sickles owning all sorts
of momentum, Plant City coach Kenny
White called on freshman pitcher Ross
Kip. He got the first batter to ground to
third, and Adrian Romero threw to first
for the out but the runners advanced.
With the winning run on second base,
Kip threw four straight curveballs for a
2-2 count. White called for a fastball
outside, which was popped to first
baseman Thomas Adair to complete a
tense Raider victory.
That game was played at Blooming-
ale, while Monday's was played at the
University of Tampa. Plant City did not
got a hit against Evarts until the fifth
See SALADINO, Page 27


SHARP CUTS


Spring Means


While the Plant City Recrea-
tion Department's flag-foot-
ball program is about to kick
off another record-setting
season, our area high schools
are just getting started with
this stuff.
Every few months as I pre-
pare for another new set of
prep sports seasons to start,
it's fairly much the same thing:
football and volleyball are the
big fall sports, then "winter"
rolls around and it's soccer/
wrestling/hoops, etc. Spring
brings on the big outdoor
sports like baseball, softball


... Flag Football?


and track.
But looking at this year's
slate, I did a little double take.
Flag football! Yes, last Wednes-
day, the girls teams at Plant
City and Durant high schools
kicked off their inaugural sea-
sons.
Actually, it's not that brand
new in Florida, as the FHSAA
began sponsoring flag football
as a competitive sport in 2002.
Last year, there were more
than 100 schools around the
state participating, and the
best eight made it to Boca
Raton for the state champion-


ships.
Two Pinellas County teams
reached the semifinals before
losing (Northeast and East
Lake). And if you think the
games are arena football-style,
all offense, think again. Palm
Beach Gardens' Dwyer High
School posted a shutout in the
state finals against Lake
Worth, and Lake Worth had
put up 36 points in the semifi-
nals.
This year, Pinellas contin-
ues to have all 16 of its schools
competing at the state level,
while Hillsborough County


DAREK
SHARP


goes through the
experimental/fine-tuning
process for one season. All 23
public school teams are play-
ing, twice a week on Monday


and Thursday nights.
Durant opened up with a
34-0 win over Plant City last
week in a game that drew a few
hundred fans to Raider Sta-
dium.
When school resumes
Monday, the Raiders will travel
to Riverview, while the Cou-
gars host Newsome. Both
teams have eight-game sched-
ules.
As for the little ones, the
numbers are just staggering,
yet again, for the PCPRD/
Optimist program.
Starting next week, a total ol
1,544 players on 122 teams will
take part in the program, up
from 108 teams last year.


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Raider golf tourney
The Plant City High School
Raider Football Golf Tourna-
ment will be held April 22 at
Walden Lake Golf Course. The
event is scheduled for a 1 p.m.
shotgun start, with proceeds
from the event going to the
Raider football program, spe-
cifically for construction of
new practice fields.
Cost is $75 per person. Hole
sponsorships are also still
available for $75. Contests will
be held with prizes for the
longest drive, closest to the
pin, putting .skills and tropies
will be handed out for the
team competition.
Sponsoring a foursome is
also an option for those who
are not able to play. Donations
are also ,being accepted
directly to the program. Make
checks payable to Plant City
.Raider Football, One Raider
Place, Plant City, FL 33565.
Call: PCHS football coach
Kevin Kelley, 757-9370, Ext.
281.

Big Dawg softball tourney
The April 22 men's ASA Big
Dawg "C" and "D" softball
tournament is accepting reg-
istration through April 14. -
Cost: $200 for a four-game
guarantee.
The tournament will take
place at the Randy L. Larson
Four-Plex and Plant City Sta-
dium.
Information: Brian Dodd,


659-4200, Ext. 4302, or e-mail
bdodd@plantcitygov.com.

Adult basketball league
Players may register for an
adult basketball league
through March 24 at the Rec-
reation and Parks Administra-
tion Building, 1904 S. Park
Road. League play starts April
4.
Cost: $250 for an eight-
game season plus playoffs.
League nights: Tuesdays
and Thursdays at Plant City
YMCA and Tomlin Middle
School.
Information: Brian Dodd,
659-4200, Ext. 4302, or e-mail
bdodd@plantcitygov.com.

Lancers golf tourney
To benefit its teams, the
Plant City Lancers club soccer
program will host a series of
two-man golf tournaments at
Plant City Golf Course.
The schedule includes:
April 21: Scramble
tournament
May 19: Best-ball tourna-
ment
June 16: Nine-hole best-
ball and nine-hole alternate
shot tournament
Cost: $45 per event. Prizes
go to first and second places in
gross and net divisions.
Call: Chris, 299-2449.
To submit sports
information to The Courier, e-
mail announcements to rco-
ne@mediageneral.com or fax
to 689-9545.


SALADINO
Continued From Page 26
inning; Robinson improved to
11-3 on the season.
Durant's Monday oppo-
nent, Plant, was going with its
top pitcher but the Cougars
drove him out of the game
early. Nick Debacker, who had
a 4-0 record, allowed six runs
through three innings as
Durant went on to a 12-1
mercy-rule victory.
While the Cougars were
rapping the ball ("they weren't
cheap hits either," Fussell
said), No. 2 pitcher Tony
Garcia was again outstanding.


Improving his record to 6-0
on the year and keeping his
earned-run .average below
0.50, Garcia only surrendered
a firsi-inning homer to Plant
slugger Dylan Brown. The vic-
tory gave Garcia 21 wins in his
Cougar career, tying a school
record.
Garcia also drove in three
runs as Chip Bowden had a
pair of doubles from the lead-
off spot, Jeremy Fussell added
a pair of hits and Giardina had
four RBI.
"That game was pure fun,"


said Fussell. Both teams
entered the game with 10
wins.
The quarterfinals were set
to run all day Wednesday,
with the six pool winners
joined by two wild-card teams.
The semifinals are Thursdayat
4 and 7 p.m. with the champi-
onship game set for Friday
night at 8.
The home-run derby,
becoming a popular event, is
Friday at 4:45. All of the last
three days' action takes place
at UT.


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orion. Sell $22,000. All cherry Qu poster bd, UTO 0 K
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cest. C6st $4K. Sell new in box's. Can del.
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FREE! w/dish antenae,
up to 4 receivers
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MATTRESSES
3 sets, double sided pil -
low top, with warranty.
Never used. Can deliver.
King set-$345.
Queen set $275
Full set-$240
813-293-7621
PATIO Set, Winston, alu-
minum, stackable. 48"
round table
w/tempered glass, 6
chairs 2 lounge chairs
w/cushions. $300 obo
Sun City. 813-634-7178
PULPIT & Side Chairs,
Speaking Stand, 27
benches Asking $3,500
obo. Sol@ as a set.
727-421-4970
SECTIONAL, 3 Pc, Char-
coal Grey Leather, Very
comfortable
$500
813-996-2187
WALDEN ESTATE
SALE ,
Sofa & chair $195
Sofa Sleeper $159
Queen No Flip Mattress
et $169
GE Washer & Dryer $295
GE Refrigerator $195
GE Stove $159
4 pc Bedroom Set $339
B & B OUTLET
115 S. EVERS ST5
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WALDEN ESTATE
SALE
Sofa & chair S195
Sofa Sleeper S159
Queen No Flip Mattre s-
Set S169
GE Washer& Dryer .295
GE Refrigerator S195
GE Stove S159
4 pc Bedroom Set 1339
B & B OUTLET-
115 S. EVERS ST
PLANT CITY 813-759-8864
C( Rugs & Carpet ))
CARPET gorgeous used
only 4 days cream color
85 yds $400 OBO (813)
960-1839 or 813 610 0678

[( Appliances ])
APPLIANCES-ABSOLUTE
Lowest $ Guaranteed!
Delivery. Woody's
Appliances, $74.50 up.
7604 Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrigera-
tors. $79.50 & up. War-
ranty & delivery in lim-
its. Don't gamble, know
your dealer 45 yrs exp!
7604 Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
*APPLIANCES **'
DRYER $99
WASHER $140
FRIDGE $150
1 to 12 Month Warranty
AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
4000 w Kennedy 281-0777
PARTS TODAY
11900 Nebraska 972-4242
APPLIANCES
Refrigs, stoves, washers
& dryers. $74.50 & up.
Gidden's Appliances
6201 E. Broadway.
813-620-1590
MOM & Pops Appliances,
$75 & up, W/D, Stove
Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classifieds.


(( Appliances ))
REFRIGERATORS 18cu ft
& Ranges, NIB,stainless,
many to choose from.
Scratch & dent. $350-
$450 813-478-1286
STOVE Amana The Big
Oven 5.1 capacity,
smooth top, digital con-
trolled, bisque color.
$300. 813-973-0317
VACUUM RAINBOW
with attachments, Excel
lent condition, used
very little. $350
813-907-1756
WASHER & DRYER
Nice condition with war-
ranty $200. Can Deliver.
813- 626-3754

WASHER & DRYER
Nice condition with war-
ranty $200. Can Deliver.
813- 626-3754

WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
Air Conditioners
AC/HEAT PUMP Systems
Clearance on all 10-12
seer split systems, new
in box with factory war-
ranty @ wholesale pri-
ces. sample: Split 2ton
$726 3ton $825 4ton
$1055, Free Delivery
727-243-4493
A/C New In Box
Complete systems 2 ton
$1695; 2-1/2 ton $1795;
*3 ton $1895; 3-1/2 ton
$1995; -4 ton $2095; 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

Air Conditioners
X2 Carrier, 10 ton.
Also X2 Trane, 12-1/2
ton. Call 727-581-9293
NEW ** S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best
Prices Service & In
stalls.sWe Do It Right The
First Time! #RA0039944
Remington Air 971-2206
Get Rdy for Spring!
A/C new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty, All Homes,
Sizes: M.Homes, 2-ton
$1010, 2"-ton $1060, *3-
ton $1105.3"-ton $1170
Prof. Install Lic RM0O -
31291 813/453-9033
((Musical Instruments)
PANIO Yamaha Baby
Grand C-3, Black, Beauti-
ful Cond. Disc Avail.
Must Sell $8,000
727-323-3168
PIANO Boudoir Grand by
Rogers of London. New
ke board/strings. Case
refurbished rosewood.
Exc. tone. $6500. Winter
Haven (863) 324-2084
PIANO Kawai 88 key
digital, like new. 32
watt stereo sound,
stool included. $1000.
(813) 643-3823.
PIANO SALE, New & Used
Most Popular Brands
Incl. CD Player Grands
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Best Prices & Value
Call 813-855-1227
pianospianosinc.com
PLAYER-PIANO Electric,
Kimball Artist Spinet,
Oak, W/Bench & Music
Rolls Exc Cond. $2000
obo 913-240-0631






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[[Musical Instruments))
RECORDING studio equip,
$6500 worth of items
or sale, Only $3500.
Call for more info
813-426-6340
SAXOPHONE Selmer Par
is, MarkVl, peak per-
former. Must sell $3800.
352-683-0420 wnewell@
tampabay.rr.com.

VINTAGECITYGUITARS.C
OM Will Pay Cash For
Old Fender Gibson Mar-
tin Guitars, any Condi-
tion, Buy/Sell/Trade!
Honest/Reliable
www.VintageCityGuitar
s.com 1-800-574-6380

VIOLINS $100, German
$150. Viola $150. Cellos
$319. Cases & Bows.
Mandolins $120. Guitars
$150. Trumpets Flutes &
Clarinets $199. Rentals
& del avail, repairs, (813)
655-6554 727-945-9427

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Electronics ))

Big Screen TVs
$50 and, Up,
Good Condition.
Warranty. 813-986-1229
FREE DIRECT 4 Room
System! NO Credit Card
Required! Access 225+
Channels! FREE HBO,
SHOWTIME CINEMAX
STARZ! Starts $29.99
FREE DVR! Call Now! Al-
ways Open! 1-800-373-

GOLDEN TEE 1999 Video
arcade game in good
working condition.
$1000. 813-956-7071

HOME Theatre System,
Acoustimass 6, Sirus 3
Bose, new in box never
been used. $860.
813-310-3877
SATELLITE Receivers for
Direct TV. Regular
Dolby Digital & Hi Defini-
tion. New cards. Best of-
fer. 813-404-8263


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TV new Samsung 50"
plasma TV, under war-
ranty, retails now at
Sam's for $3299. Firm
sell $2100 813-546-2741
(( Medical Equipment))
ADJUSTABLE Bed fully
elec, new top of the line
Simmons twin pillow-top
with massage. $2395 NOW
$1199 813 977-6655
ELECTRIC SCOOTER
PRIDE JAZZY & LIFT.
Will separate. Cost
$3,800, sell $1,800.
813-390-0391
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Furniture/Supplies Jj
300 Herman Miller A03,
6x6 Workstations.
Exc cond. Other Cubicles
available. Call for
details. 727-647-1853
Business Phone Systems
with auto attendant
Business phone system
17 hand sets
with voice mail
system. $1,599.95
813 8757775 x 331111
OFFICE Furniture, New,
High Quality, Wood Ve-
neer, Wholesale to pub-
lic. 813-300-6803

STEELCASE & HERMAN
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sizes. Lowest Prices!
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AMD 2800+ New PC $399
64-bit, 512mb, 80gb HD,
52x CDRW, Windows XP.
One Year Warranty
ISORM.com Computers
14918 North Florida Ave
813-264-0408
AMD $99 Internet Ready
Computer. Laptops
starting at $149. New
systems starting at.
$299.1031 W. Busch
PC Services 931.4976
COMPUTER REPAIR $45
*Flat Fee, Not per hour*
ISORM: Mon-Sat 10 to 7.
14918 North Florida Ave
(813) 264-0408
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net commercial, quali-
ty large capacity, good
condition, on wheels.
S4500 new asking
1250. 941-518-5502.


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Tampa 2115 Hillsborough Ave., Unit B
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Tampa -16033 Tampa Palms Blvd., Suite 33
Valrico 2016 E. S.R. 60
Valrico 3307 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.
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GRINDER Brown + Sharp
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up to 20 doors.
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(727)581-9293
REFRIGERATORS
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Walk-In Coolers. Exc
condition. 813-621-0045
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conv. pizza ovens &
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813-886-1121.
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both are encl concrete
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sizes avail CBC1253330
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from the Original Guy
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than anyone that will
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Best prices. Discounts
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BRICK PAVERS
45 cents ea, Many colors
Do It Yourself Info
Paver Sealant Available
(813)968-6150 Sun Pavers
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SUtility Buildings / i
|[ Trailers JJ
6X8 Dump trailer, high
sides heavy duty single
axle. New tires/wheels.
$1500.813-839-1563
(( Sheds & Carports ))
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AGRICULTURAL/
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1-888-425-7755
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hook up. Metal framed
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[C Tools
WYSONG 6Ft. x 10ga.
Shear. Vert. Mill, Dro. 9"
x 48" table. 1998.
Vert. Mill, 9" x 48" Dro.
2 HP. Harig, 6" x 12" Sur-
face Grinder. 10" x 36"
Lathe. 352-597-9818.

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since 1974. Parts Svc.,
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G Machinery &
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BOBCAT 773 Low hrs,
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condition. Going home,
must sell. $11,800 obo.
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813-935-9800
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CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
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813-643-1370* 245-2719
GUN: 1911 Springfield
Amory, Ported XDs,
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$99 & up blocks on sell,
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Large Collections OK
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INDOOR/OUTDOOR POOL
TABLE 8ft. Exc cond.
Rarely used. All access.
incl. Make an offer!
813-289-9770
POLARIS 6-WHEELER
Excellent cond. wench
& windshield A dump
bed.$5500.
Call 813-363-1007

Pool Table $1150
4x8 Pro Seris solid wood,
I" slate, leather pockets,
ball & claw feet, worth
$4K, All new in crate, life -
ime warranty. Can del &
setup. 813-363-0097

Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tourna -
ment slate, K66.100%
gum rubber rails, dia-
mond sights, carved cab -
inet, new in box, never
used. Cost $3200, sell
$1250. Can deliver.
813-293-7621
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BLUEBERRY Plants Gal
Container, heavy root-
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Call 813-244-5877
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FLORIDA FRUITTREES
Peach, Plum, Persimmon,
Fig, Orange, G-Fruit, lime
Lemon, Tangerine, Etc
3000 Trees -$15 TO $50.
Strawberry Plants $3;
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Azaleas Camellias,
Roses, Wisteria, Box
wood Gardenia, African
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Crotons and much
MORE Airport Rd
Plant City #04710685
813-752-7676
LIVE OAKS
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25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50
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ANNE'S ESTATE SALES
Large Moving Sale
March 24th & 25th, 8a-lp
1808 Fort Duquesna Dr
[Garage & Yard Sales))
PLANT CIITY 5961 & 5992
Harvey Tew Rd, Neigh-
borhood sale Fri & Sat
3/24 & 25 7AM-Hwy 92
N on Branch Forbes Rd
under 1-4 turn left on
Harvey Tew Rd. Appro
1/2 mire. Fishing tackle,
sporting goods, tools,
like new couch, children
clothes, New silk wed-
ding flowers and
accessoires. Lots of
nice clean misc items.
FOLLOW SIGNS
PLANT CITY 1013 Pleas-
ant Acre Dr, Fri & Sat
3/24 & '25. Children
clothes boys & girls
movies, Toys & Lots of
Misc Items
PLANT CITY, 2003 N
Gordon St. Sat 3/25/06
8AM-2PM, Printers,
scanners, monitors CD's
and lots of good miscel-
laneous Items.
PLANT CITY 4416 N
Cooper Rd, Fri & Sat
3/24 & 25. 8AM Baby
clothes, Baby items, 17"
Good Year Tires, Stadi-
um lights, 20X30 event
tent, glass show cases,
household items, Jr. &
adult clothing.
PLANT CITY, Eastside
Baptist Church 1318 E.
Calhoun St (Inside the
Family Life Center) Fri
& Sat 3/24 & 25.
6:30 AM-1:00 PM.
PLANT City, Walden Lake
Saturday 3/25, 8:30am-
2:00pm. Very nice stuff.
2905 Aston Ave. in
Aston Woods.


PETS

t[ Birds
CANARIES Red Factors,
red males in full song.
$55 & up. Hens ready to
breed. $35 & up. Disc
lots of 4.727-584-5436
GOFFIN Cockatoo $750.
Indian Ringneck Parrot
$300.. Also selling but-
ton Quail. 813-988-8994

MOLUCCAN Cockatoo 5
years old, Beautiful
Pink, Loves everybody,
$900 includes cage
813-833-0399
(-I Cats
SIAMESE Kittens
$150 three females
& one male
(863) 285-8927
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WPetiand

A Selection of More
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Beagle Bichon, Boxer,
Chihuahua, Dachshund,
Lab Pomeranian Poodle
Pug, Shih Tzu Husky,
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plus many, many more
All Puppies Come With:
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3800 N. Hwy 98
863-859-6886

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7699 W. Waters Ave
813-249-8700
M-F 11-9
'Sat 10-9 Sun 11-7
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rier Adorable pup- i
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AMERICAN Staffordshire
Terriers blues, brwn
seals & fawn. Ready
3/18. Health certs, AKC
shots $500 813-495-3713
AUSTRAIILAN Shepherd
NKC reg. 3-F, redtri, 1-M
blacktri, 1-M merle,
ready 3/22, $400 ea tak-
ing dep. 352-793-6773
AUSTRAILIAN Shepherd
pups AKC 1st shots HC.
M's & F's Tri-red, $400.
(863) 701-7647 863/899-
1585 www.bcranch.net
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
Minis, Reg. All Colors
Males&Females,Shots &
Wormed, Ready to Go!
352-628-0048
BEAGLE AKC, health
certs, taking deposits
Tri Color,3m/2f Ready
04/09 Photos Visa/MC
$500 (352)591-2990
BEAGLE Pup peso AKC
registered 8 wks old.
Tn-colored w/health
certificates males.
$300. 813-752-8172.
BICHON Gorgeous Pup-
pies, Parents on Prem-
ses, Health Certs, lst
Shots, 1F, 1M, $550-600.
813-760-1074
BLOODHOUND PUPPIES,
AKC registered, health
certificates, asking
$600. 352-621-0497

BULL Terrier, AKC, 8wks,
parents on premises,
champion bloodline,
shots, Vet cert. 1M 2F,
$900-1000 863-381-5826
Wauchula, Florida
CAIRN Terrier Pups, AKC
'& CKC. family raised,
Wheaton/ Brindle. $700.
www.mccartysterriers
.com (352) 591-2271
CAVALIER King Charles
Spaniel, 9 weeks, ACA,
shots & health certs,
boys & girls. 727-819-
8732.
CHIHUAHUA PUPS, CKC,
M&F, S/L hair, assorted
colors, vet ,', avail.
3/22 $500 & up (727)
944-3344/(727)939-3011
CHIHUAHUAS, CKC, vet v,
avail 3/25 1-blue & wht
M-$400, i-brwn, bik &
tan F-$500. Taking dep.
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CHIHUAHUAS Little Ted- MALTESE Adorable & ti- YORKIE PUPPIES AKC, POLE BARNSo Garages, DRIVERS LCT WANTS HELP WANTED FOREMEN TO LEAD UTILI- evidence upon which the
dy bears. Longhaired ny 8 wks.AKC HC Wht M/F, $750 & up..You've workshops, horsebarns YOU! OTR drivers, solos Earn Extra Income as- TY CONTRACT FIELD appeal is to be based.
males, black & white ba- /blk points. M $800 F seen the rest, now 20x20x9 $2600 or teams. 3 months ex- sembling CD cases from CREWS. OUTDOOR
bies. Ready 3/18 863- $1000(863)221-7449 come see the best. Call 20x30x9 $4,200 perience & CDL-A/HAZ Home. Working with PHYSICAL WORKMANY Julie Ham
868-5716 / 863-513-3311 Web# 1618452 813-624-2150 24x24x9 $4032 required. Full benefits Top US companies. ENTRY-LEVESPOSI Planner
24x40x9 6,6020 package. 2003-2005 Start Immediately. No TIONS PAID TRAINING.
COCKAPOO Puppies. YORKIE Pu s, AKC cert., Other Sizes Available Equipment. Call experience necessary. IT Technical Supprt $20/H4 PLUS BONUSES NO: 2180 3/23/2006
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$500. Call Sarah at POP. Only to lovi 813-713-2333 -788-3501 sportation.com w w w. e a sy w o r k- a national beverage dis- ING ALLOWANCE EN OF THE THIRTEENTH JU-
813-391-3551 MALTESE/BICHON Pu- homes! 2M, 1F. $900- greatpay.com tributor, has an immedi- TRAVELING, COMPANY DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
beMALTESE/BICHON Puf- $1200. 813-748-2048. SPANISH MUSTANG, Colt, EARN extra cash now! ate opportunity for a key TRUCK AND BENEFITS. FOR HILLSBbROUGH
p es be3 autiful white fuf- & 9 months old, Dun Buck- support position in our MUST HAVE STRONG
00KAP00 Pups, 3Y 52-220-035d0& YORKSHURE T rier s. .e ,ton n s n O new Lalkeland Facinty LEADERSHIP SKILLS A COUNTY, FLORIDA
SYORKSHIRE Terrier skin, exc bldline, can Up to $300 signing bo- ewd Facility
males, 4fem, 1st shots ct o Breeding Pair CKC reg., be regd, up to date on nus! IRON-SHEET metal work- (located near County GOOD DRIVING HISO CASE NO: 04-19009
& health certs. $600. enteddogs.com vet checked, crate everything. $2,500 obo. ers. Must be experi- Line Road and 1-4). Re- RY AND BE ABLE TO Division: R
Taking deposits Ready MALTESE PUPPIES, Tak- trained Teacupyorkies. Call 352-486-1523 Newspaper routes are enced and have own sponsibilities includeco- TRAVEL THROUGHOUT
on3/25.813-569-4473 ing deposits, ready Great with kids. 14 currently available. If tools 813-404-0794 ordination, diagnosing FLORIDA. RESUMETO HUNG VAN DANG
C3/25, N. Tampa area. months old. 1800 for STOCK Trailer, you are able to work and troubleshooting IT RECRUITER3@OSMOSE. Petitioner
CORGI/PEMBROKE AKC Mals $600 F $750 pair (813)714-0359 1996 Gooseneck 20FT. early morning hours (7 NEED a Home Phone? R issues, providing IT sup- COM OR FAX and
Puppies health certs. Cash 813-477-2867 dmorris@sswfl.com Good Condition! days a week) and have ceive Government Assis. port to both onsite and (985)871-0605 LINHDUYVO
Re3adyfow.C. Cards OK. E1- 4 2 .Askin3 5$3500 OBO. dependable transporta- tance? $18.49Basic offsite employees and WWWOMOSEUTLE Respondent
a 352-523-1360K POMERANIAN, male, 1.5 I 813-695-7176. tin this could be an ex- Qualified with: Medic- developing, documenting S.COM EOE M/F/D/V."ks...
813-299-1626 yrs old AKC champ Pet Supplies & cellent opportunity for aid Food Stamps, an implementing NOTICE OF ACTION
lines, paid$1000, Services THOROUGHBRED Brood you. AFDC/TANF, Sec.8,SSI, standard operating pro- FOR: Family Name
DACHSHUNDS, MINI, CKC moving $450. Mare by "Stop the LIHEAP. Nodeposit, No cedures and customer F :Chanme
reg, hlth chk, long hair, 813-992-5555 AQUARIUM, 150 gallons Music'"18vrs, beautiful For information call Credit Check. 1-866-447- service guidelines relat- TO: inh Duy Vo ad-
color. Call Lenny at: POODLES Parte Boys and 'salt water, cabinet, can- throws big babies. Carrie at (813) TRIBUNE 2488 American inn to remote IT support, dress unknown
co. Cl enny atn Pol S P opy and filtration includ- $1500 772-286-4287 or e-mail us at Dia Tone. Se Habla The ualified candiate
813-610-7610 872-7716 Pocket toys, 1 teacup. ad, $1,500 bo negoa- circulationjobs@tampat Espanol. must have a minimum of YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
ENGLISH BULLDOGS AKC, Black, Champine ble. 813-426-7147 WANTED!! Horses, po- ri.co(Nota SEARS HOME IMPROVE- an AAS r, rsan action has been filed
ENGLISH BULLDOGS AKC, Health Cert. $650/up n es, goats, sheep, ra- ments). Please refer- SEARS HOME IMPROVE- exp in help support against you and that
Avail 3/20, $1800-$2000, (863)537-1648 nies, cattle & eanan- ence "IC Opportunities" MENT has openings desk environment and you are required to
generation red/ brin- mas, ci ept cats or in subject ine and in- available to promote strong knowledge of serve a copy of your
d ie an n white 863-661- POODLES STANDARdogs Tack, trailers o& clude your home ZIP products inside Sears Microsoft Office 2003 EDUCATION written defenses if any,
61 r uinntctcheer BLAC, cream equp.Topaprices d code. Stores. Base / Bonus. up apps Position hours are to it on Hun Van Dang,
to3$!3/hour.e.rior sades.Mon/hurs.6pm to 4am. 752 Star ointe Dr,
art .ne813-737-4703 244-0024 ow813-649-1126yn "All newspaper carriers experience apus Excel- Comparable wages and Seffne FI 33584onor
ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS, now 813649-1126 are Independent Con lent communication benefits. Please send Instruction & before 006 and file
FCIchampion blood-tractors, not employees skills. Seniors welcome. your resume with salary II uin the ori ina with the
lines, 2F, 3 months, POODLES, X Tiny Toys, ofTheTampa Tribune" 00379-8310. ED history via fax at ng clerk o this Court at
shot, health cert., Tri-col., Brindle, M., DFWP/ M/F/H/P 626-0962 or e-mail to 419 Pierce St., Rm #125
microchipped/tatoo, hith cert., shots FARMER'S I HE 'I'Af lIlll T IN TEACHER Preschool-will therscha@ MATH TUTORING Tampa, Florida 33602 or
813-786-1394 wormed, spoiled. $500 southernwine.com ONLINE Student ratio 1 P.O. Box 989, Tampa, FI
up. Casui 352-754-4587 MARKET train immediate open- EOE/DFWP to 1. $14/hour. Highest 33601 before service on
ENGLISH Springer Span- P- wings. 813-967-4541 Quality, Very Conven- Petitioner or immediate-
el Pues. AleKC, em a awnMynae I ( Farm & Dairy Equipment)] Owner OperatEors: TOMATO INSPECTORS ent. (6)93-2263 l y thereafter. If you fail
check male/female I'm a fawn 3yr old. I've & Dairy www.ltoltutor.com to do so, a default may
black & white, liver & had my shots & my TAKE THE FIRST STEP Fil. Dept. of Agri.:wbeuenterdo againtmy
white. Available 3/26. cert. of pedigree pa- FARMALL Super AOpera- EMPLOYMENT TOWARD A BETTER Rusin/Mulberry.Sea- for the relief manded u
$600.813-835-0034. pers. I need fenced yard tional Condition, Some FUTURE!! sonas HS grad or equiv- fr in the petition.
w/kids & loving home implements, new front SERVICES ** Lease Purchase talent. Noexp req. in the petition.
GERMAN Shepherd to sleep in. I'm known tires. $1975, Call Dan Plan Available ** 941-723-4520 or Copies of all court docu-
Pups AKC large, hith for giving high-fives. 813-754-2893 Great ay 1-800-782-3240 ext261.ents in this case, in-
c r Preparation fr Guaranteed home timer ments in this case, in-
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reg., parents on9 silver greyhealth certif- NO: 2181 3/23/2006 Fl 33584 on or before
rag.,paetsniereh,- furniture full of quality products and Call 800-999-0904 ext
premises, vet checKed, icates, avail. immediate- ce d60153. Leave a message4/3 /2006eBOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 4an d fil the
health c arts $750 Ip parents onpremise character. Classified services? Classifiedsy r OF p ENT original with the clerk
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code,& brief work Tampa, FN 33602 or
historyJGarage CASE #BOA-2006-05 P.O.Box 989, Tampa,
|* Florida 33601 before
n( Professional e IN RE: service on Petitioner or
W F P T HSale The Petition of immediately thereafter.
SMANAGER Title Ins. Plant Dan Manfre If you fail to do so, aae-
Salary ne.. Fax Resune Date Public Notice is hereby against you for the re-
813- 51-9636 given that the Board of lief demanded in the pe-
An6Adjustmentofthe Citof tition.
And Plant City, Florida, wily
Ir holdsa public hearing on Copies of all court docu-
Hospitaty bsPlace at 1:30 M. at the ette cludn orders are
K shicH d Berr Draughon Munici- avaia le at the lerk of
in rsonChancy at aluildingin the coun- the Circuit Court's of-
fiS NPark Rddil room auditorium lo- fice. You may review
813- 7 coated at 302 West these documents upon
813-752-7224 r IU The Reynolds Street, Plant request.
City, Florida The purpose
l Jof thSERVERSgreat.$$'sfl/pt othisnhearing is to hear You must keep the
BranchRanchnDining Classified! a.a peabypetitioner, Clerk of the Circuit
-mPalDranCiance farom requestinr a Court's office notified
5Room 5 Plant City variance fiom the Plant of your current address.
atevn orlcaiosncudngy813-752-1957CtyCode Section 102- (You may file Notice of
1772, to allow petitioner Current Address, Flori-
S Retail a second pole sign on a da Family Law Form
second street frontage. 12.915.) Future papers
PLANTMERCHANDISERCall Theproperty is located in this lawsuit willobe
Fat.paced,growing Co, at 1702 Gordon Street, mailed to the address
Tampa 8424Sheldon Rd. Vairico-1971.R.60 tail sofes merchandis- 259-8295 zoningadistrict.?All1per- office.
-(Tampa-8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd. ers to service live sons are advisedthatifsa
$Doods/ plants for the person decides to appeal WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Tampa -4479 Gandy Blvd. Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market Retail Home Center In- Off any decision made By Florida Family Law
America'suSupermarketT 54stry in the Spring Hill O ice- the Board of Adjustment rules of Procedure, re-
ATampa- 5715 Gunn Hwy. Zephyrhills- 36348 S.R. 54 C River, & Por with rsct to any mat- quires certain automat-
Richey areas. Position tarwhichisconsidered ic disclosure of docu-
requires stocking plant H Ous: at such meeting, he will ments and information.
Apollo Beach 6188 U.S. 41 Tampa 8438 N, Armenia Ave. tables with new & exist- needs record o.the pro- Failure to comply can re-
ing product. Prefer gar- ceeding,,and for such suit in sanctions, includ-
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32 ? THE.COURIER MARCH 23, 2006
( Legal Notices )) (( Notice of Sales )) ((Real Estate General)) (c East Hillsborough )) ( Mountain / Resort ) ([ Out of State )) (( Out of State ) ( Out of State )
NOTICE OF SALE 1/4 ACRE LOTS (8 avail.) B UN.C. MOUNTAINS! BARRINGTON NH. GEORGIA Colquitt Coun- STOCKS STILL LOW?
Dated 2/28/06 i-NOTICEOFSALEn Palm Bay. Less than 2 AfI New Log Cabin Shells on Waterfront & Estate ty. 20 acre farm, no Invest in the booming At-
S O T NOTICE is hereby given mi from Indian River. J 1-2 ac sites $89 900. Lots available from ,house $96,000. Sac lanta mkt. Buy investmt
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT that on Friay, March24, Buildable, no restric- 1-7 ac parcels with spec- $290k $1.08m. Visit farm, no house $35,000. properties & sell within
COURT 2006 at 12:00 Noon, tions. JerryM tacular mountain views! www.BLVRealty.com or Can finance. Call 911- 45 as for a quickprof-
BY: ELLEN P. NEUBAUM BREWNGTON'S TOWING @firstnationalland com $39900 to $89,900 call 603-664-2580 839-7500 or email: it. $ min inv. 25ore-
Depuy Clerk SERVICE 302r 1-877-599-LAND BRANDON WOW de- ca828-256-1004 kladcox@hotmail.com turn w/n 45 days.
N0 7 3/9;16;23;30, 06 Street, PlantCity, FL REAL ESTATE (5263) scribes this best kept B EACH COVE SEBASTIAN, Not an l PO-IRAs welcome
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT for cash to the highest New Construction 2 story 4Br 2.5Ba 2Cg Unspoiled natural beau- COUNTY 23.97 ACRES pinnacledevpartners.
OF THE THIRTEENTH JU- bdd ewno e- 2200sf 4Br3Ba ool home is located on CARROLLWOOD- New t! creation Areas. No STATE HIGHWAY corn 1-866-871-3226
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND 1'r.tri do mortgages 1/2Acrelrge corner lot in a
R LLSB OU serves the righ to bid, or Mortaes 13)971-69c53 wellarge stablnerignhbor-a pro ect perfect for in- ry Built Homes Starting ACRE. OWNE WILL STOCKS STILL LOW?
COUNTY, FLORhIDA will otherwise dispose of (81 3)759-2959 www. hood. Minutes to I-4 75. es orskPrices starting at$104, 900. 772-581- NOT DIVIDE. TOWN & Invest in the booming At-
the following: * stewarthomesfla.com $279d00. Call fast! at 5$130k. Prices will P 0080. Inquiries @ COUNTRY REALE STATE lanta mkt. Buy investmt
Case No: 06-DR-3485 1993 Mercury 4dr 100 TBo hrenofec, ova- A! ana 305-303-1264. beachcove.co.EAL -552-568roerte & sell within
Division: R Vin# Tear down or Replace larBoeal d A va-967- A a 3 -WWW.TANDCREAL 45 days for a quick prof-
1MELM5040PG612197 Build on yourlMot BEAUTIFUL TENNESSEE ESTATECOMt$Kmininv.25%re-
JOHN W. KEEN 01994Cev 2 From $68 per s ft LAKE St. Clair 6730 Clair GREAT INVESTMENT OP- MOUNTAIN LOTS Breath- turn w/n 45 days.
Petitioner Vn 1 45R7690 100's o98ans Shore Drive.3/2/2 on a RivR Hig ,,,,M.e taking Views River Ac- KENTUCKY 56 acres, Notan IPO-IRAswelcome
and 997ChevPk7169098 FINANCING Call Dan 8 25-2000. V4 acre w/,anai, na Rver, Hgh-Riseono, cess deal for Fishing, beautiful rolling hills, Serious inquiries only
KATHRYNn LYNNBOYD Vi DU7D466686 Builders for 51 years gated Lake comm., 2 r, 2ba, 80sq. ft., Hunting, ATM Horse- lakes, barns, timber pinnacledevpartners.
R esp ond ent 2 Chevin 2dr $. D O W N man y u ra es2 car a.. option or o. u.ack Riding. Near Dale pasture and corn 1-866-871-3226
2001 Chevy 2dr $0 DOWN $27490.Call 813-842- er participation in exist- Hollow Lake Perfect for arm round. Excellent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR 1985 Mercur124117173156 Challen ed Credit I[ Central Tampa 5222 Ing pre-construct con- Cabin Weekend Get-A- deer/turkey hunting TENNESSEE, 17 acre
DISSOLUTION OF MAR- Vin#2MEBP 5FX653062 First Time Home Buyers r f tract for desirable unit, way. Utilities Great In- $120,000. Also 3,00 Mountain Top, one of a
RIAGE 1996 Dodge 4dr In-House Realtors Creative financing avail- PLANT City, Historial curr mkt value over vestment Property. acre farm, $1250 acre, kind, custom built, brick
TO: Kathryn Lynn Boyd 6 Dodge 4dr Purchase, Refinance, able. 3br Iba, 1cg, Distiat 1925 Bunloc cor- 800 000 (941)266-5184 Owner Financing From divideable 1-270-556- home city water 15 min.
address is unknown 1B3#S27C6TD633628 VA/FHA Equity Loans. $148,000, 0 down. ner lot w/Ig Oak & Or- (Realtor) $24,900 931-839-2968 3576 toCoege town 140.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that 1988 Mercury 4dr NO CLSING COSTS 1150/mo. Good credit, ange tree, 3BPSBA UNat- S Other listings & a great
YOU ARE NOTIFIED Vin# 1% Interest Only bad credit ok. tic room inside utility SUNSET Beach-Sunset BLUE RIDGE GEORGIA KENTUCKY Incredible place to live. Heritage
an tion n fd EB74 696244 200 $6/00K$287 800-462-1428 detached rae & store Chateau,2br,2ba, gulf Lo Lo-sided cabins waterfront. Lakes, rv- Real Estate.931-526-1772
you are requiredtosery- Via No Cncome Loans South Tampa P City Walden afulSunset. st acre1 o -888-802-2Acres TENNESSE!Monteagle
ice a copy of your writ- KNAFA257V5304455 No Job Loans. (LML) PLANT City Walden ID#9038 for recorded
ten defenses, ifany, to 1988Nissan2dr Billions to Lend th of, Lakes, ated comm & see 813-451-4442 messee-mail $4,900 or $500/down, Sewanne Beautiful
it on John W. Keen, 209 ViN# ForLoan Scenarios www. go lf, 2 villa & 2cg, aidaportugues@hotmai laurasmiong.com $1t9/mo. 5 Acres, MountainProperties.
Park Springs, Apt #3 N542253J80520 manliattanmortgage 2.5ba NEW2 story Vic- comm pool, newly reno- corn Mountain Investments $600/down, $2 IS/mo. 600+ Acres: Tracts, 5
Plant City, F1, 33563 on 1993 Ford PU nationwide.com torian Home, 1600+sf. vatdd all anaiancesof North Georgia Breathtaking views, Acres & up. miles
or9bfoerdef 4-19-06ad Vin# PUTEFioBedo Tile Granite, Stainlesbs ic /D 813- 7 97-0274 wr f F al,-e s great investmenL 270- from m1-24. Gated &.se-
or before84-19-066an plFH icl.n /D,-83-9-0974 townhomes For Sale)) COMETOTHEMOUN-
file the original with the Vin# 1FEF15Y3PLB30579 813-246-5000 x235 App Full Home Warran- o ae 9 1 7 7 2 clouded! Gorgeous bluff
clerk ofthis Court at 9 ty, K 72751-8983 RIVERVIEW newExecu- RROLLWOOD TAINS Murhy N.C. wwwYourLandKing.com & creek. Wooded ots.
302 N. Michigan Av, BN53E2PR112764 1-866-414-LEND tive Home, r, 3ba, 3cD View Lots SMarting @ George, Timberwood De
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fore service nPetition- Va# *l -% *l k ponYEPRm2 8 + Ga C o3 8u-ateer 2bnt w2b-2 mntis v0ou t e -
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the reie demanded in n 1G8J5272TZ85741 Cash in 10 days! Great WE BUY SINKHOLE (r Acreage ) www.investors hot- tub, activities. Lot Development Offering
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[IManufactured Home Apartments- 11 (( Duplex /Triplex )) ((Houses Unfurnished)) ((Houses Unfurnished)) [(Houses Unfurnished) Campers / Travel 11 [ Campers / Travel 11
w|[ ith Property j I[ Unfurnished JJ PLANT City duplex 2br/ COUNTRY WAY, 4br 2ba NORTHDALE Beautiful 1 WESLEY CHAPEL, Seven Trailers JJL Trailers Jj
LUU PA C /r 2ba, W/D $68 month + 2cg large corner lot, story 4br 2ba pool, new Oaks, New 3br, 2ba,
LUTZ PLANT City/Cork area secure. Good credit re- great location, all a i- carpet, hardwood ond, $1700 + dep. Also' 24' 2002 NationalSplash, 38' Franklin 2005 two
900 sqft3Br2Baon lbr, unfurnished a o excellent condition, slides, self count /
1900 e3Br 2aon 0 +unurnisde. quire 813-752-3630 ances including /D, floors. Great schools. ew 3br, 2ba +oftsm sl e
fireplace, new paint. $17/mo. pets o k w/dep+ $1250. awning, stereo, full CHA, sleeps 6. Loaded.
1/2 Acre $1695900 Utiliides p cable $1 00nmo .8 91 7072 Lseto bW5 bath, queen bed $9500 Sacrifice for $21,900.
(813) 971-6 3 3 eUtilit ieso +c ab lr 00 m 1 o. 8e -9 27 -1489 813 7967/m0 72se toobu y 516-428-9826 81 73 96$ .500 'S acr 3c e r099 19 97
813) 759-2959www. included. 813-982-2085 House Unfurnishede obo 813-477-3968. 00
stwartomesfla.com REAL ESTATE Call before 6pm ouses MACDILL AFB AREA PLANT City 3/ hme YBOR City Historicarea, 24 '97 JAYCO, air, awn- 38' King of the Road 1997
FOR RENT PLANT City new, 1800r APOLLO Beach New 3br,lba, large back new in 2001 1 yr 2br,lba, completely re- ing, microwave, queen 5th WhI, 3 slides, RLCK,
RENTs s t, obrAN Tcion t 1 hoegate mot w y 1e porchi1.5 lots nice in- o security. 813-754-1197 tance to 7th Ave. 920 $5,900 obo. Tampa area. MHP/RV Park Webster
stApartments t &last sec. doep. lease. 3br 2ba cvrd + security deposit. reat 12 E 1th Ave. $650 Cell 302-494-3207 $29,000.... 918-284-7679
Sr F O R R E N T Ptt 3 t obu. f o hwoeatredsci e N c ph 1.5 I mnic a e i8 1 w7 41 m modeled, w walking dis- bed dinette fiberglass, 3 axils, Lot 29 Sunshine
$14 & la. dep. ew c h813-728-6442 Riversiea dep $875/mo. Avail
Aparmed j 1-402-339a,24500 /1920slocation! 3br, 1.5ba April 1st 813-969-2582 29' 2003 Coachman 38' Royal Int'l 1992 5th
Possibl0e5ase option. NEW Port Richey RENT bungloorsI alow, wNo Iwetsws lrC e- s 5.hwhIWe
COLUMBUS Dr. North PLANT Cit New Just 330-562-5636 TO OWN/Credit Apprvd, o3r, I por 0 Lease Option to Buy) asd t
Appo+ dep. t023 ee- apt.n to with large slideout. AC & heat & all appls.
Boulevard Area. lbr Co lete 3br 2S.ba 330-608-3131 New 4br 2ba 2cg, W Charter.813-20-2005 Ca 813-649-1980 $6, bo 813-677-1052
apt. off A stLreet parking, Twnm W. ide of $1500/m, seller match- mot 0NEW PORT RICEY STOP offer 4 les 6 w de
Walkto beach. Pool, ten Condominiums pool, for rent or possi- mon. (813) 731733 (Lakeside RENTING! NO BANK 30' 2006 Thunder TT,610-384-9108 self 39' 2005 LUXURY 5TH



nis ct, private balcony, t Ble option to buy. 8 m ontW L security deposit pl s o,
school 813-248-6418 $995/mo. V illa Walden Lakes, 2.5 bath, w/acuzz n ub)3br,2ba, c, UALI nt ReING!BAD CRED- cont, super slide New 2 slides, self c ontd ,
ba. 30 3660 3/2/2, lana + cmm Cross Creek. onser cul-de-sac uti ed, IT OK! 4/2/2 AVAILABLE awning, fully loaded, No CHA bay windowap 2 LRs,
TBcom, pool. All apPLMiances CORK Area 3/1on ton area & swmmng syst, til4/3.5/2+den, Cthrouh- NOW! sr MONTH FREE reasonable offer re- 2 a/cs /D Load-s.
$br50a, CEA. RIVErIE/Gb1 /k. Les pon. NEW TAMPA 2Br 2.SBa out, fncd yrd $1200/mo. (877) 753-7292 fused. Will deliver Call $29,400OB Willdeliv-
2br, 2.Sba 1397sf $40/ic ludes365 ooi5 loft Tw4nhse Heritage 813-486-7821 er. Cell 302-312-6670
Keyword:reacks from Bayshorereeker twnhse, app. scrnda- service. 813-95-9- Islesated comedy 7,90013-37-6482 1500 sf813-375-0770
etUShAron mome.n pets allowed, all util nai, gated, pool access, wd firs scrn'd porch Riverview Newertwnhm RUSKIN: Mira Lago, new
wet Sharon kEvans Inci. $925/mo. Call 3wn, H20/trasT roe A Ad402006990 HERITAGE 4
Coldwell Banker Mar- Frank: 813-546-5189 $1150 813-356-8215 CARROLLWOOD, 2000sf, apps rent i ft. All ahm, near beach, gated, 30FT 1993 Prowier, AC 4
ketplace 423677-122- br, 2ba home w/arge basic cable.Fitness ctr, w/waser and dryer sec sys, 2000f/A, 4br awnings, stereo queen slide outs, washera dry-
S orPool, Clbhse- $1095 2$1 400 monthlyinc] 2 1 yr lease opt, bed clean, $6950 ore, ar, inmore.
2821531or773-5312 PALMktoHarbor PooAll neWn. Condominiums Iool, forrent orpossi- mon. (813)73- ca ble/water w/one 10k .en, 0 besoffer Slee,0bo 813. 48
nis ct, private balconyE ble option to buy. month security deposit $339,900. 941-539-4740. u1 Cell 610-384-9108 $28,obo813obo 391.6248
parking, great PLANT City Waterfront $1800/mo.813-263-9376 NEW TAMPA, large br Pets k (813)843-4680-7-15
schools 2br, 2ba or lbr, Villa Walden Lakes, 2.5 bath, w/acuzzi in 33' 200Holida Rambler e 40'Franklin '062 electri
TBO.o, lba. 30-796-3660 3/2/2, lanai + comm Cross Creek. onsera- RIVERVIEW Summeen ld Waterfront Rentals Presidential Like New 2 sies se anCap, cus
BAYSHORE,78condo4 2 /2, Asking Qeet,$5K ny 2br 2 a/c'sV,/D Load-
Keyword:CareerSeeker inci.W/D, $1,295er mo w/gara e sho oi pool, $1500 no/ 1 mo munit Pool Porch, ni3a
dep. Call 813-7-0974 Young d 813-98 -1881 deposit. 81-994-6849 nai 100 9th Fir Fantastic Views Exras. 813-677-7899 4' Cen
646-573-6489. Fitness, security Pool 34 AIRSTREAM 1996 Tri- 44' 2002 Breckenridge,
Cov'd Parking, sorage Axle Loaded Mint, f "ark Model, n3 Slie s
SOUTH Tampa, 3br/2ba; $1500/mo (727)422-3054 Hensley hitch, many up' F.L-,v Furnished, on
C$ale 8c; 3610 S -grades. Must see 0 On AFB Lot 685.
UBeach Dr; -2000 sq ft; 1 $29,900 941-355-8702 1 813-840-1280
c3r 8ir: fnd b36,cl"-.d1 cell 517-881-4517 4 20 Wi Fali
______________-__.-i_.____.__Irn'._crdr, j fmWIV l. m & W/'a 36' 1998 ALFA 5th Wheel 2br 2ba, 4 slides, 2 Airs,
_________________1_________m_3 slides. W/D, dual re W/D, Fbrgls. 'Awnings,
4lrIl .new 8 h frigerator w/5ice maker. 1 Many Extras.
SPRING Hill Rent To Own, i new ueen mattress 31,000obo 813.784.7852
y rB new home, $16a q ai500 8 obo.S ti.
h1200/mo.. Option k to 813-758-1572 Motor Homes / RVs)1
tying. Low down pay- 36' 2005 Flit- Travel .9' 1979 Dodge High top
meant. Move in today! RECREATION Trailer, 2 .:1.d Outs, Van Camper, Used for
561-239-7874 W/Dryer, l.HA, Queen grooming. Runs, needs
Se Bed, Awning, minor work. AC frt
TAMPA PALMS Gated {$18,900 *813-494-112 Bck, $850 813-464-0000
Bill comm, 5BR, 3BA, 2CG, Campers / Travel
clubhouse, w ds Ii Trailers 36' TK3 2005 Mobile Ste, 24' Winn Chieftan class A
tance to school 5 minds. 5th whl, golden plum ;hevy 454, newer paint,
from USF accessto I- 1997 Shadow Cruiser int w/oak cab, lots of tires & many new parts.
Truck Camper, Air con- storage extras. Warr. 4000 Onan gen, 59.5k mi
ditioner, shower, fridge, $59,90'740-398-3530 $10,500. 813-933-6458
Tampa Sectio n 8 furnace $4000.
wel1come,e3BR, BA, Call 813-240-9337 37' 2005 2 slides, 2= .,76' Winnabago Class.A
IjTv. ., .. lr ird,,-,. ..m '.,,,- l- l.rdm j :1i11 carport, Ig fam. rm& W/D, Dishwasher, Mi- 1982, Diesel, 14MPG,
o e .cr Awnins Loaded, generator, everything
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((Motor Homes / RVs)) (( Watersports ))
27 1991 Coachman, Low SEADOOS 1997 GSI,
mileage Fully Equipped (needs minor work) &
$9,000 Call aer 2pm 1996 HX New heavy du-
ty mahoney trlr. $4500
813-985-9631 firm. 813-707-8268
27" Fleetwood Jamboree Boats
2004, sleep 6, kit, heat Boas
gen., awning, tV, self
cont Bath/Shower, AC 16'8" 1998 SKIFF
450 en. low mi., exc 2000Jhnson S50HP
cond. $2K 727-863-1053 Jackplate trailer
$4860
27FT. 813-263-6961
1995 Sunnybrook RV, 17 1990 Proline center
$700 cons. '98 115hp Johnson
Call 813-653-2431. /B, trlr incl. $5500 obo
813-230-4501
28' 2003 Gulfstream B
Touring Cruiser self con.
tainted. Small down & 18FT 2001 Pro Sport flat
take over payments. boat, 135 Johnson
813-390-7123 Ocean Pro, aluminum
float-on, many extras,
28 ft Class A Mallard, like new, great fishing
Private Sale 1992, 68K, boat, $12,850 OBO
Gas 454 Chevy, non 813-770-1687
smoker, extra clean,
good rubber sngl bds, 19' 1996 DONZI 4.3L,
split bath 4KW Gen up- Vortech V6, with alum.
grade fridge, cntrl ht trailer, runs great, clean
ovrhd air $16K OBO, in and out. $5950 obo.
Dan 813-754-2893 727-512-6557
31' 1996 FLEETWOOD 19'2001 Sting Pay 190LS
BOUNDER, class A,base- opn bow, 4 3L. ln90p
m e.rit :,i.rage. GM chai- t.-rcL trir. (l3rn. .nily
"'. 5 lully equipped, 90nrs, 50 mrrpr,. 510.900
wajl-. arourid ueerr., '13-643-288i
:lul bain, more Evc
HEll rit C:,ndliun $23.001, 19 SEAPAvI 13 Siort.
'.13 .9s, .36i 31 2uu04. i B 3 L M ercur,.
?7 hri. lull wrrtv.
33FT. 2l,:ti JyCO Talon AM FM CCD Bose. bimin,.
Z',. T.:y Hauler 5 Wheel. ti-c.. lwe lvE''c t. rlr
rampt [o palic, crlrver, v surge brak'esi .
S1or E' tras Galour! .win a ay ln ue.
8 1.,500 a!33008135 1lF,00.0l. l3.45. a S
34FT. 1996 Wine baQ.o, 21' 1996 AWeilcralt. Cuddy
oectra, 29K mi herry Cbirn, Volv, Penta I u
cab, camera, levelers. 4.31 ]85 HP, a, Trailer,
entertainment center, $8,000 obo Call
lots of extras! 863-709-1079:
$39.500.Tow car
available. 813-681-9670. 21.5FT Searay 1997 -Ex-
press Cruiser, Cuddy
36' 1995 Luxor Diesel 5.7L, Merc, exc. cond,
Pusher, only 66K mi, expert maintained, full
mint cond. $5,000 obo. canv. $10k 813-671-7397
813-643-1417 625-0793 -
21.5FT SEA Ray sleeper
N m a r 9 cabin, cruiser, sink,
37.5' Newmarl995 head, shower, 225hp,
Country Star Model canvas & vinyl cover,
3756 slide out, W/D, $14k OBO 813-610-5101
new tires, extra clean.
$37.5Kobo 813-810-2886 21' WellCrah 1996 150
Johnson V6. 30 draft. S'
38' Bounder 1995, Ford neam, seats 7. fisn find-
460 wide body, many er. ba;rwell aft benrin
add-ons exc. cond. trims VH, bimini.
must sell $30900 batteries, curry, auto oil
614-774-2345 ill. $00000 boCall
39' 2003 Discovery. Mod. 941-773-1603
el 395. 330 Cat Diesel. 3 22' 1992 Ski Rav. Sea Ray
slides. Tw' Bar Wlnut Inboard Ski BLat 5.7L
C'abs. W/D`$ 14.900 ski pylon, snap out car-
817-939-r536 pet. reat looking boat
40' 1999 American Trad,- Sl2K813-929-9099
tion Diesel Pusher with 22' 2' Aqua Snort 1978
diesel gen. A-I con. uddy one owner 994
34 ; 225 Join3on. 2L00 alumi-
31l-409-3u28,09.-32 i num tandem asle trad.
45' 04 Preost Marahon er. GPS ishlinder.

,rz. custom In. double 813-949-905,
slide, new over $.5Mi 2000 Bayiner CudV,
Must sell due to illness 5L Mercuiser. HeaCd.
S5n Mercurser.cHeaad.
$795K 727-787-7417 tovre. Bed'.eat area.
888-Bates RV Nearly ;5 hours. Askoria
600 Airstream Jac.i $17,000. 81397.6176
Alpha 1-4 exit14 ?P1. 23' Chaparral Deci,. Boat.
2000 MercruiMsr 5.?L.
C[ RV Accessories jJ hea. mini tp sior
Sed in ri drfl r ireat i ond.
RV Refrigerators, hte vests 9 .i.,s ,ncl.
New$875. $26.500.813 31-0019
Reconditioned $500.
813-643-1417 9625-0793 24' 2001 Aquai:port 225
": Op_.prov y .- ?0IJHP
[(Recreational Rental)) r e
POPUP CAMPERS for rent ;?: ,.K *b) 81-Jr 47
A/C, Sink, Stove, Frig. 24' OFFSHORE C. C 94
Call Lynn to reserve @ Hull 98 225 Merc. dr;ve
813.546.1827 ,WW.popup on s'um-trlrr. elertrncz.
rentalcampers.com liw hours, great .nape
RV Sto ral3,g0O. '313-A91-636l
RV Storage ) 25' 1998 SEA PRO center
FOWLER & 1-75 console, 225 Johnson
RV's/Boats Autos, Ocean Runner ..n a :'006
H Secure $50/mo. dual a.le alurr;numrr
Happen TravelerRV'Park trailer. loaded with e.
v813-986-3094 trash in great condliton.
$25,5,0. o 63.oi1) 4,. ,9
OUTDOOR Storage, 5515
Causeway Bld,RVs, 25' 2002 MAXIMUM new
Cars, Trucks, Trailers, canvas, GPS, Fishfinder,
Brandon/Valrico/ 305 I/O, loaded, with
Riverview 813-220-1538 trailer, must 1411see

([ Spas & Hot Tubs ) 25' Pontoon Boat, 1995
Crest, w 8HP
A 1 Spas Evinrude runs good. ni
-i S paS :, .trailer, $500 obo.
Repairs Moves and 813-957-6976
Buys Used Hot tubs.
813-623-9997 26' Wellcraft Marq. 2000,
.... ...l all extras, 7.4 Bravo I/O,
SPA, 4 seat, 1 lounge, includes trailer
ionizer, wood cabinet, $30,000 obo
cover excellent 813-927-3558
condition! $900 obo.
Call 727-376-8388. ,. 28.5 Sailfish C.C. 1997,
SPA H dro 20"et,4HP 250 Yamaha 2001 on
SPA- Hydro,20 lets, 4HP hyd. engine bracket
Hiflow, easy lift cover, windlass anchor, fresh
water lights show, .water washdown, live
ozone, steps delvery, wells, port-o-otty, al
$2000. 813 2938551 Iectroni 2005 alum-
rnum triade| win disc
WE MOVE SPAS brak5es.kept under cov-
ANY TIME 241'7. rlike new. Goin
We service anyspa north must sel.
813.......65 $28.560.. offers.
1 "3-625-0165 813-901-9070

[( Swimming Pools )J 28' Trophy '96. Center
Console, Bait & fish box
HOT TUB/SPA, like new, es, color graph, pps 225
perso, 24lets, cabi- mercy, low hrs. $6,95.
ne dig" _LE D, water- 813-645-3728'
fall leaded sacrifice!
$1,475.813-414007 29' Baja 1996 Twin 7.4
Mercs, Very well main
S atersports Il Floaton trIr, Many xtras,
Watersports Runs great Must sell.
$37K obo. 813-598-9372
'94 Yamaha Waveraider $37K 813-598-9372
$1495 '92 Yamaha Wave 29FT. 2000 Bayliner Cabin
Runner, $995. Or $1995/ Cruiser, Exp. bridge.
both, firm. Freshwater, A/C & gen. Zero hours,
garaged 813-759-1914 new engine. Sleeps 6
. .A W . r0 4 w ith t ri-a x le t ra ile r,
A.W ^ASA ,loaded. 727-271-2466.
15F,3 seller, I6OHP 4
stroke w/Perf. trr, like TBOcom
n2e7w278-589$850 ob Keyword: HomeSeeker.


[t Boats )1
31' SeaRay 310
Sundancer 1999. Radar,
chart plotter all the
bells & whistles, pris-
tine condition, always
covered, professionally
maintained new bot-
tom job. Included with
purchase, 2 months coy-
ered slip pa!e, all ishin
gear, 200 gallons of
fuel. Best Buy at
$86,900. 813-814-4410
SEVERAL Storm Dam-
aged & Donated Boats.
Will Buy & Sell. Call
Mike 727-204-7988

((Boat Slips / Storage))
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin. Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+/mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
Pasadena Yacht & CC.
Deep water boat slips
for sale/lease 1st class
amrrinil- Call
, 3,1 7922, q 12

Boat Supplies & "j
Accessories
BOATLIFT ,. cradle, itrn
iinest slum b',ahjtiit
-tainle.s Iardware. S
.11KI 1. prCr'l install.
ava;il. tremoie iaai I
Pat.:o Manuia,:turer.
Inc. 727;. 39 7 -ii
BOATLIFT :radiO, ithe
ine-.[i alum. Doatirt
13ainless Ilardware. 8-
24KIb. prui's-i,,'nal in
stall. ati;lablt ireniote
av311.1. Paleco ManuLac
iurer, Inc. 727 397-S]30i
MOTOR, 2005 Mercury
150 HP, EFI saltwater,
low hrs like new $6995.
813-833-0312
YAMAHA 2001 40 HP 2
stroke $1,200 firm cashI
only: Mercury 2003
9 HP, $1,000 cash only
321-271-3546

CC Sailboats )1
23' w Tampa slip. 1980
Ailmandfl .150 obo.
813 968-8916


[C Boats Wanted
W A N T E D
SAILBOAT POWERBOAT
ANY COND. PLEASE
CALL AARON AT: CELL
'954) 336-3760

(U Dock Rentals ))
PRIVATE dock. Sea Pines.
Hudson. 50' to main
channel, d.rert Cur ac.
cess. Up to 35'. $5.50. ft
n: 58-36S-4242








TAr AIjP,,,RTATIOI


[l Auto Engines / j
Parts / Misc. JJ
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
irrm A7- Guaranted
qualirv Aori. 'ur place
,r mnre. Call Rob
513-610-153,.

[( Automobiles Misc l]
Bay Area M...,r cW.rl',
Enmine rebuild ,r,Dstail.
UP'L.) 3yr waI rainy
Aut,. Boa. RV
8 13 926 9994
Engines & Transmissions
SUsed & Rebuilt* 90 days
up to 3yrs warr M-F 9-5.
Mem BBB 813-875-1500

( Trailers-Tractors ))
5X8 2001 enclosed Wells
Cargo Tote Wagon,
White. 15in wheels
carpel, .25in pifywood
interior. $2i000 OBO Like
new t813j254.2408

((Trucks.-Light Duty )
CHEVORLET 1999
Silveralo LT 1500, 1/2
ton. crew cab, loaded
w.'lu ury. 45k i,. gold
w/custom leather mint.
beahliner. trailer hiLch.
auto, air. V6, CD. pwr
pkg. alloys. heated
seats. translferable
warranty. B16,500
813-85-1L959
DODGE 1995 Dakoia. new
tires shocks. 5-p. AC,
ec. cond.. 106k mi.
S3,600 OBO, 813-645-
9271 eve, 309-0549 days
DODGE 1997 Ram 1500
low miles, exc cond.
New brakes & transmis-
sion. Full size bed
$5100 813-629-0109
DODGE 1998 1500 Quad
cab, all power, tow
pkg, V8, runs good, dual.
exhaust, 109k mi.
$5000. 813-464-0000 -
DODGE 2003 Ram 1500,
Laramie 5.9L, 2wheel
drive, leather, CD, full
power, 55k miles.
$16,200. 813-362-0689.


( Trucks Light Duty )]
FORD 1997 F-150 white,
reg. cab, short bed, V8,
mechanically sound,
cold A/C, 140k mi.
$4800. 813-215-5316 -
FORD 1997 F250 DIESEL,
ext'd cab. all power,
running boards, towing
pkg. gooseneck ball.
$13,000/obo 707-1444
FORD 1999 Ranger XLT,
70K, cloth interior,
AM/FM/CD, bedliner,
toolbx, cid air auto V6
cln! $5400. 813-917-7676
FORD 1999 RANGER X-
Cab, 85K mi., 4 cyl 5
spd, AM/FM/CD, bed lin-
ern great cQnd. $5900
OBO. Call 813-610-2188
FORD 2000 Ranger,
XCAB exc cond. $7950.
Call Jim in Tampa
962-0548 X309 or
908-5025 eves
FORD 2001 F-150. evt cab.
.jln. mi E.. V 5. Ih..t':
ol cusrom add Oni e ,
conI 510,500 3-472.
9.72 or 3 2-974 .1,)I
FORD ?00l l15l SUPER
CREW CAB, T.an i
Beig'e din., pret ,und.
113.,9i.0. s l t..6.s"-..
ur .13.29'-;-(i ,
FORD 2003 Rarg,.r '.,LT
Super.:abt, I;qnt dury.
Step iSe. v6: AT. A C,
13k.1 lik nr,ej, must -e-
$12,500 813-;84.6j60_
FORD 200 FIS) Wvnite.
ENt Bed. 2WD. Auto. FS.
Superab. 4 6L. Truck:
Bo.. under 301. ,13.00
E13-8W6-2453
GMC 1997 Sierra 1500,
ext cab, long bed +_
bedliner, auto, all pwr,
AC, new tires, like new,
$5800.813-473-3664
GMC 1997 Sonoma Ext
Cab 71K mi, minor body
damage; AC, PS, PB,
PW, everything works
$4995 info: 813-744-4101
GMC 2002 Ext cab, all
pwr, running brds, roll-
up bed cvr. Low miles.
Like new. $15,000/obo
813-707-1444
NISSAN 1997 Pickup
Truck 5 speed AM/FM
CD. cold air. beoliner.
air shocks, chrome
wheels runs exc' $S3695.
Call 813-843 9888.
TOYOTA 2001 Tundra BIk.
E\I Cab. V8. Bedliner.
99K mies,
8.13-389-9982
TOYOTA 2003 Tucoma
4\4 double cabin. .3
wheel Odrive, automaLic,
. excellent condition.
520,u00 6 813-i69-9363
( Trucks Heavy Duty ))

DODGE 1998 RAM 1500
4,4 SLT Laramie island.
ard cab. i pdd.741, mi.
pearl grri et. to*in
950)obtc, 13.96.20; 2
FORD 21(00 F351, %L.
CREW. 4WD. 7.3 DIESEL.
TifT. GOOSE, T-BO\.
LIFT. 130K. 05-6 SPD
MAN. 518.500 OBO.
(,63i 6 4.21?230 R
CELL 3;0-2485

( Vans )
CHEVY 1999' EXPRESS
2500. 12 Pss. E.t. Dual
Air. Loaded. C vjrj
813-294-5400. No-.t a
Dealer. Mint. $T000,
CHEVY ?002 ASTRO vAN.
36K nilea. loaded 3-
rage kept. retailsE for
$14,0[0. As.ing 511.00(
l 3'2675813-r)4
DODGE 2u00l Grand Cara.
van Sport model. 3.3
ter engine. Blue, 62K
miles, well-maintained,
seats 7, 4 door + hatch.
CD, tape. New brakes
tires, AC. $7900. Call
Randy 813-287-2565 ,
DODGE 2002 Mini Van,
V6, 7 passenger, 52k mi,
wrwa/c, pw, Good condi-
tion. $806Q/obo. -
813-417-0592
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
. Van, 10" i(,wered fioor,
power ramp, 18,)00
miles. Call for more in-
formation 727-492-1630
FORD 1998 E350, V8, FM,
Spb, ps, AC, auto new
brakes & tires, 185K mi
runs exc. $6806 obo.
813-833-5030 .
Honda 2001 Odessy,
Auto, Super extra clean,
only 55K miles, gold,
Must See! $17950.
S813-817-2156
PLYMOUTH 1994 Grand
Voyager, ;.V6,3.3L, 108K
mi, all power cold' ac,
just serviced. Exc cond.
$2600obo 813-309-0020
PLYMOUTH 1998 VOYAG-
ER, new brakes and
tires, 89K miles, $3,500.
Tampa area.
716-984-8784
TOYOTA 2000 Sienna Van
66000 mi, ABS A/C
alarm, CD AM FM Ra-
dio, cruise, pwr locks,
pwr windows airbags,
remote starter, new
tires, new battery $9800
OBO(813)977-4650
TBO.com,
Keyword: Classified


((Sports Utility Vehicles))
CHEVY 1989 SUBURBAN,
By owner 4x4, beautiful.
in & out, 350 auto trans,
A/C, towing pkg. $2,200.
813-249-1127
CHEVY 1996 Tahoe, 4WD,
some blemishes. Me-
chanically good. Tow
pkg, $4500.
727-534-8415
CHEVY 2001 TAHOE
$15,000 75k mi, White,
Leather. Interior,
CD/Sat, 20" Chrome
Wheels Fully Loaded.
(800) 280-6070 ext.112

FORD 1994 Bronco, Eddie
Bauer, 5.8.4x4, copper,
new AT, fully Iladed,;
CC CD tow'pkg 160k.
$5700. 13-651-3f6.'
FORD 2004 Expedition
Eddie Bauer, 28k mi,
auto, 8 cyl,2WD 6
disc CD, ABS, A/C,
alarm, cruise,
leather, loaded,
b._ ,:.w trade in, Must
.t-il, $21,900 obo
,813) 681-6346
FORD 200't4 E plurer
Eddie Bauer, v,'.. B11l b- e
ron nmi r. 51,901.0 60
S 13. 63.95:iui: 26, 64.AJ.
GMC 2ii)? Enuoy 66K ,i.
red. beOtuul. all p'.er,
CD, fronn rear AC.new
M r:,ielin.. o1i c ,w t, A lsl.
i .] 2.400 b 13 *655 14.13
GMC 2002 Yukon SLT.
4VWD. ZM9 LUrur., eaui-

er 54k m.r 51.00iJ
S 13.920.7.Y ,r
HUMMER 2003 H2 11K
Fact war, $10K in
Chrome & 22" Wheels,
Sunroof, Orange/Tan
Lthr $38K 813-417-1622
HYUNDAI 2002 Santa Fe,
Exc cond. 1 owner, wht,
62K orig. mi. 4 WD, Ithr,
new tires, roof rack.
$9500. 813-545-5019
ISUZU 1993 Trooper Mint
cond, only two owners
non-smokers, rebuilt
motor. $3500
813-426-6340
JEEP 1994 Wrangler. 5
speed, air conditioned,
4 cyl. luel ,njeclion, 4
WD, ico must to list!
$S5500 obo. 8 13 677 3445
JEEP 1997 Wrangler
Sport 4.4, white w tan
softtop. 1131P. mi. air. CD
W% prerm 4nd new tires

JEEP 1999 WRANGLER
SPORT 62k mi. Green w.'
Tan Top, 5 Speed. 4 WD
6 Cv l. $9.500, Must Sell
.63) 426.2497
LAND Rover 2002 Discov-
ery I. 56K mi, 4WD,
white w 'tan leather. 2
sunrools. excellent con-
dition $17.5ii0obo
k813:i4176948
LEXUS 2005 R).330. lull
iact wvarr.. nasigation,
OvD. all opti;onr. ?2..
mile' blac, prerfti.C.
$36.560 81b38.4712b294
MERCEDES 2003 ML320.
m;nm cond. superbly
maintained da green
Ithr, CD, S-roof music
see. 813-361-5536

NISSAN 2U01 tetraa. 7i)k
m;, runs ngod., laded,
new tires. Asking
$14.000 ob.) Must sell!
813-3176563
NISSAN 2004 ARMADA, 3
05 hp V8. AT. .ierere CD.
9100 lowinn carpa3ity,
garaae ep1, warranrt,
29K -mi.. '.9,, OB0.
R13-64..-269i
TOYOTA '1 9 9 8
Lanatcruiser. VS. Brq
Tan, super .ornd. DIr.
main t.. sPerv rec.. 131K.
$ 2.5uu. 863318-8562
TOYOTA 2001 Sequoia
SR5 4wd; exc cond. I
owner, 33.9k miles,
Selling: $21,900
Ca1(813-971-0275 "
[( Motorcycles ))
BMW 1999 R1100l' Road-
ster, ABS Red, Exc.
Cond., Runs Great, Very
Powerful. 16K mi $7,500
CASH. 813-259-9146
HARLEY 1996 Dyna Low-
Rider, Mustang seat
bags, windshield, V&Al,
pipes, F controls, crane,
cam, many many ex-
tras. $9800 best reason-
able offer. 813-493-9902.
HARLEY 2005 Sportster
1200c $16K invested 10K
mi, shield, bags, xfra
chrome, too much to list.
$11,900 obo 727-433-0187

o K" ing,
Honda 1999 Goldwing,
19k miles, red, one own-
er, always garaged, su-
per condition $11,300.
813-642-9629.
HONDA 2005 CB250 Night
Hawk, perfect condi-
tion, 1,200 miles, must
sell, $3500 o.b.o.
813-948-0204/731-3028
KAWASAKI 2004 VULCAN
1600 Claszc -11.5K mi,
red, runs like. new,
Many, many extras. Ga-
rage- 4ept. $8000obo.
813-963-7434


(( Motorcycles ))
SUZUKI 1997 Intruder
1400, Vance &. Hines
pipes, windshield,- sad-
dle bags new tires 18K
adult, mint, garaged. Go-
win north, must sell.
$3750. 813-901-9070
TRIUMPH 197 7
BONNEVILLE Red, New
Tires, Exc. ond Runs
Grea, Powerful. $3,900.
6700mi 813-259-9146
WANTED Sport Bikes.
Any year, any cond. We
pay cash. Top $$. Will
pickup. Sales/Serv/Part
M& Ac. 813-628-4797
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 1980 850
SPECIAL, Red, wind-
shield, excellent shape.
$1,250.,
Call 352-521-0989
YAMAHA 1991 750 Vira-
go, ery low mi., Cobra
straight pipes, cruise,
windshield, runs great.
$2950. 813-654-0506
YAMAHA 2003 V-Star--
excellent condition.
Lots of extras. Divorce-
forced sale $4 000 a-
6 863-838-h245 4-

YAMAHA PW80
?!iJ Kl id Bike
0.c1 '.0ndition
$94i.13-9915 ;41
TRAILER, 5.8 full tn.:l.
.V riose.r i in garaae,
rear I.:aIriiig rar ip. -:de
DR. $2000 obo.
'stl-9i b998s a te78d0699

C[ Golf Carts j)


Markey Battery irime
813-2677830:6571451

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/r ade
Char erartsal relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin

S ATVs )3
HONDA 2003 CR85.
Dirtbike Good Conditon.
Well Maintained.
Extra's Call $11950
727-943-9445

[(Automobiles Wanted))
$$ CASH $T
For Cars, Trucks i Vans
AnyP riceAny Time
CALL ME FIRST!
727-505-3882
$ 5 CASH $
For Cars Trucks U Vans
Any PriceEAny Time
CALL ME FIRST!
727 505-3882
CASH PAID For Cars
Running 'rWNot! We'll
Paying a little bit more!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
CASH TODAY!
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Running Or Not.
S813-78-7979

C &CAUTO SALVAGE
WE BUY CARS TRUCK&
VANS. RUNNING OR
NOT. FREE TOWING.
CALL 813-630-9201

((classics & Antiques))
BUICK 1989 Reatta




.du. Wnire Red L[hr Ini.,
I owner. 33K org. mi.,
Ever, possible opioni
inci. mononfolj. t:.c.
:',)rd. AzKing $7000 i, o.
s. 13 Ei.-48 6-
CHEVY 1968 3/4 ton pick-
up w/semi cab, 6 cyl., 5
speed Borgwarnei
trans. $4250 obo. 813-
Tr754-2933/813-967-5071.
NISSAN 1984 200SX
TURBO Met. Bronze,
Org Owner. 50K mi.,
SRuns Great. Exc. Cond.
,.$4,900. 813-259-9146
PONTIAC 1979 Trans Am
403. gold professional
rebuilt detailed enin-
Bay. Nice in 'ouL 9,00
Obo. 813-131.7680.
PORSCHE 912 1968, runs
d drives good, solid
cond., red w/ black int.
$6100.863-255-5682

TRIUMPH 1960 TR3A,
white, black in. wire
wheels, exc cond. runs
& drives great, $19,000
'352-259-8259
VW 1973 Beetle, Excel-
lent condition in & out
New brake ,ob, $5600
obo. 813-348-0635
or 813-362-4279. .
WILLEYS 1966 PICKUP
TRUCK, 4x4 4 speed,
16" tires, 6 cyl, runs
well, needs TLC. $1,600
OBO. Call 813-944-999

( Limousines ))
LINCOLN 1998 Towncar
120" White Private
Owned, Exc Cond
$23,500 call for more
info 813-654-8589
A cuddly companion
could be yours. We've
got puppies, kittens
and more. Check them
out in Critter Corner..


((Automobiles for Sale))
2005 White Honda Civic
LX 2dr. IOK mi e,. c0 n
-.$70G0 dovin take v-er
payments 811 -75-i143
or 8 13-47; -494 3
ACURA 1995 Legend
114K mi, 4DR se an u
cyl sunrf, champagne
/tan auto, all power,
AC, W5700.813-966-6942
BMW 1996 318ic Mint
- Cond. All Service Re-
cords, very fast!
White/Black $8,900
352-200-5931
BMW 1996 Z3 Roadster
Convertible, automatic
CD, leather, cold AC,
100k miles, $6800
1 813-918-144 .
BMW 1997 Z3, 6 cyl, 17"
wheels, all opt, 5 speed,
31K mi, like new cond!
Garage kept. Asking
$20,995. (404) 579-9563.
BMW 2001325i auto, AC,
1 owner, white, like
new, very clean, ir
srvc, 80K mi. $13,E.u
813-814-2179
BMW 2001 525 Whrie
w/sand lealher ini,
sunroof, auto 67K mi,
exc conr tSfla.-Biu
813-624-4337
BMW 2001 530i, 5spd,
Biuck or. Biak: I.3K.
6C ChEr E...,:rnd

;27-36 1107 z 709-299
BMW 201 7;5 IL. Rare
Higlniine Series. Blu'-
w /,vr.,rv Motivated Sell-
er rniconl. Warranrv
$31,900 .,13-60rj 1536
BMW )003 Z4 3.0; spun.
Loaded! 23k mi, Burgun
ad Convertible. $29.900.
Li5 Mills", Flawles,
iS13)9;3-70 ?7
BMW 2004 Z4
DOWN & ASSUME
No credit check!!
813-681-4876-
BMW 2005 330CI Conv't,
12K mi. sport pkg nav
Sirius radio, upgraded
rims, many other ops,
asking $44,900 obo.
813-6 1-1455 -335-4724
BMW 2006 525i. Silver
w/Grey Lthr. Only 900
Miles Has everything.
$45,000 OBO
813-781-3036
BUICK1995 LeSabre 117K
mi. auto. cold ac. runs
great. body.'int exc
cond. Strung en trans.
$2600 813-516-7373
CADILLAC 1993 Sedan
Deville. beige, 60K mi.
needs TLC, 3000 cash
firnm.813-653-9374

CADILLAC 1997 DeVille.
Sedan. eic cond. 97k
mi. garage kept. orig
ownerr metallic sand
i4500, Obo 81 33820959



CADILLAC 1998 DeV;lle
D'Elegance. red w 'golid
trim r It r int. oria nao
smc6 e Owner. immacu-
late. $8K 813-935-3374
CADILLAC 1999 SEVILLE
SLS, mint condition, ga-
rage kept, 79K miles,
ask.ing $13.000. Call: -
S13-4- 2 .56 ..
CADILLAC 20i00 DEvSlle,
tan, sunri. On star. iOK
,ieW tire:. non smoker.
garaged. $1'2,700 o000o
bun Lrval"6142-9132
CADILLAC 201:2 DTS.
luIy Icaded. :'.lnph
l:.rsiar. 53K. it 1MPP
iNrntv,. great :,r nd
$19.900. 813 932- 1866
CHEVROLET 1993 Cor-
VErtE. wnite. 93.500 mi.
auto, A/C,pw, pdl.pwr
seats, good condition,
runs strong, $9,900
(813)951-2827
CHEVROLET 2005 Monte
Carlo LT w/many extra
upgrades, low milage.
excellent condition
$19,000 813-752-6447
CHEVY 1998 CAMARO
Z28, red, V8, fully load-
ed, garaged, well main-
tained, must see!
$7,500 201-787-3172
CHEVY .2001 Malibu V8
auto, white, 75k mi,
immaculate, good gas
mileage. Exc condition
$6500 obo. 813-754-1352
CHEVY 2003 Monte Carlo
SS, 43k, extended
warranty, Very good
condition $14,50 oo.
813-907-8655
CHEVY 2003 Venture,
26K mi. very clean, 7
pass. CD, auto DR s,
13.000 obo.
352-568-7172
CHRYSLER 1996 SEBRING
convertible white, new
top/tires, 127K miles,
$2,9060/offer
813-310-4001
CHRYSLER 1997 Sebring
Convert. Red w/white
top, white int. loaded,
exc, V6, $4250. 813-238-
5094 or 813-928-1814
CHRYSLER 2004 SEBRING
Convertible LXi, 44K mi,
V6, auto, white, char-
coal leather, suede inte-
rior, exc cond, $13,500.
863-648-5007


(CAutomobiles for Sale))
CORVETTE 1981, white,
gray int 4 sp.d, t-top,
,ow mi new paint, runs
great, $150 .
813-787-1102
CORVETTE 2002 Black,
auto, extended warran-
ty, dual roofs new tires,


CORVETTE 2005 new
cherry red met. Naviga-
tion on-star XM radio
and more. 6k mi., $46K
obo. 813-259-1195.
DODGE 1996 Stratus, AC,
5 speed, 4 door, one
owner, very clean, avg.
milea e, $2500 obo.
813-74 -5668.
DODLGE 2005 Stratus SXT,
fully loaded, alloy
wheels blue color.
19K miles. $10 900
CALL 813-748-6080.
DONATE A Car Today Ta-
He-lp Chlar.n Anil Their
Fa miies suffering Fr. -Ti
Can;'.o r. Fr 'toi, danr
Ta.n D ducrtit. Crild
rin-. Cancer fund c
A rn .ica, In.:
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FORD 1994 Mu'iang GT
Cunut. 5..L. vS. AT, linu
$91,ii.00. 813-270 1627

HONDA 1992 Acourd I87en
MUST SELL! tor itin'
i 3.s00 74q 167 lC759


HONDA 1995 ACCORD EX.
sunr.-oi. leather sEats.
new carpet. 106K mi.
AC. autc trans. CD plyr.
$4.106 IS 13-716-4238
HONDA 1997 Prelude au-
to, w/tiptronic, dark
green ext. very clean,
sunroof, a/c4 w l,
tint $6900 813-.451-795
HONDA 2003 ACCORD EX,
oaded, leather, moon-
roof excellent cond.,
50K miles, lady owned,
$16,300 813-246-2400
HYUNDAI 2001 Accent
76k minA/C.CD.
1813)65-4144


INFINITI 2004 G3' COUPE
I 1.60 miles u', u'.
black, navyigalion,
moonrouo, willow
leather......every option.
r319813-9176608 7
INFiNITi 2005 G31. auto.
loaaecd, garnet red/tan
inr. 23K miles. sporty
4dr sedan, mint cond..
S29000c.bo 813 244-2411



JAGUAR 1986 XJ6, vry
Exc. engine, auto. 4dr


JAGUAR 1995 :',J6. vern
clean, new hires, ready
in go. lst $7900. garage
kept. 4
i813-310-7749 <4
LEXUS 1995 ES 300
good cond., $5500 obo.
Call mornings:
813-494-6296

LEXUS 1993 aS40 white,
all options, leatner,
moon roof mint cond..
74K mi.. $18,000 obo.
.813.85,01 3129
LEXUS 2001 GS 30u 5SK
mi. 4 dr. automatic
tranimiission, AM FM
rad,:, ABS. A.C.alloay
wheels. bucket seating.
caLss CD, cruise, driver
a;rt.aa. learner .ni .
m.,.nriL pass airbag,
pwr locks, pwr seafs,
pwr windows, rear A/C,
rear win defrost,
Sunroof, Beautiful Black
Exterior with an
Awesome Cream
Interior. This-car is a
looker! $28K OBO. Call
Greg (813)545-9696
djmoyo@tampa
bay.rr.com -
LEXUS 2003 SC430 Road-
ster 28K miles, warran-
ty, Carfax, nav., NS, new
$67,000, offered at
$43,000.813-220-5204
LINCOLN 1996 Towncar
Sig., Full blue cloth car,
riage roof. Light sand
ext. White cream Ithr
int. w/blue accent.
Wired for Sat. radio.
Remote start, Real Beau
ty! None better looking!
127K hwy mi. Exc. con.
$4200. (352)232-4550.K
ULINCOLN 2001 LS Sedan,
Exec looking, dark gray,
chrm whls, sunrf, nwy
mi, great cond. $11,900
(813) 877-6970/758 1610
LINCOLN 2003 LS
Excellent condition, 23K
miles under warranty,
$17,900. Call Owner at
941-342-6510
MERCEDES 1998 E320
12,700 miles, excellent
cond. One owner, won't
last No dealers please.
$21,500. 813-918-2556.
MERCEDES 2000 E320 59K
mi, immac, all avail op-
tions, silver, Xenon,
chrme rims, $17,258 obo
813-643-5826


[(Automobiles for Sale]
MERCEDES 2002 SL500
.Desert/tan tan top
warr 201, AMG Sport,
loaded new tires, low
mi, htde stxeons, mint,
no accidene/dingps,
dealer srVcd. 6 CD.
$48K 813-545-7027.
MERCEDES 2003 S1500
Conv., a special ordered
car, Only 11,OOOmi, mint
cond., red, navigation,
keylessentry, panoramic
roof sport pkg, addition-
al.6 cdchlngr,m ustsee
to a reciate, on. price
$115,000 Asking$76,900.
813-966-2238
web Id # 1627220



MERCEDES 2003 S600
AMG sport package,
29K ml, keyless go,
p hone, navigation, CD,
actor warranty
AC/heated seats, wood
steering, every option
avail. Pristine cond. The
best of the best! Only
$66,900.727-647-2177
MERCEDES-BENZ 1998
500 SL AMG Sport,
$28,000 Silver Convert
ible with both tops, 19k
mi, New 5L55 Wheels,
Immaculate condition
(800) 280-6070 ext.112

MERCEDES Benz 1983
30tin riew sthrut, ilnron
4 speed aut. 'd. luibo.
diesel.ewc tires.o
$5450. 813-23-4405,
MERCURY 1997 SABLE. 4

e wr by owner. $Y,500
Bd. 813-249-1127
MITSUBISHI 2003 Eclipse
GS, 55K mi., Gray, B0k
Ithr intr, sunroof, load-
ed new tires, ex cond.
$14,200. 727-420-7l888
NISSAN 1998 Altima GXE,
auto, power, loaded, eld-
erly driven, 1 owner,
new brakes. 110 000 mi,
$4500. 813-842-6660
NISSAN 1998 Sentra GXE
5 spd trans, CD, PW. PL,
good tires, ire cold AC.
nly 63k mi. Clean car,
ga saver! Asking
200.813-394-5070
NISSAN 2001 Altimna.
beautiful, new ;res
brake'. 251K miles leain
SMats. atll new. 18.400
813-383-0980
NISSAN 2001 Maxima SE.
85K miles. Sunrooil.poa
er door& seast. Exc el-
lent condition. $9500
813-671-2768
OLDSMOBILE 1998 Re-
gency- all p*r linr V6.
runSgreat. wEll kep. ser-


PONTIAC 2000 Boneville
SLE. fully loaded, good
condition, moon roof,
$7600 Please Call
813-929-3594.
PONTIAC 2004 Grand Am
SE.4door, V6 auto,
loaded 12k mi, factory
.arrani.e $10 400 obo.
SI 3-833-733.
PORSCHE 2006 Carrera
4S Cab convertible, tri-
ple blk nav, up raded
whlsI tie new 00 mi,
$96,,00 r813-564-7000
SAAB 2005 Aero Conver-
tible, 3,900 Miles, 5 Spd,
Pick-up lease payments
$2k down $586/mo. Exc.
Mind. 813-495-4321
SATURN 2003 Sport Wag-
ron V-6, chrome wheels.
Thitrr auto. ell main
96r. hway rii. r'c cond


miLe\u. 1994. GS300
'r3ape. v6. lnrr i11-962
9'. after 6:30. anytime
767 7226.967-3604
TOYOTA 199910 CAMRY,
snie, rear spoiler.
Ewldtrim. ow6K m. ABS.
A-C exceuient condintion






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TOYOTA 2002 Solara SLE
convertible, red, leather,
45k miles, $15,000 a*
Mike 813-649-1576

TOYOTA 2003 Matrix
White,-39k mi, transfer-
rable warranty to 100k
mi. $13,000.

VOLVO 1994 940 Like
new, 69k mi, super ster-
eo sys, tinted windows.


looks & runs great, lots
new, cold AC, sunroof,


on w/3rd row seats, ev-
ery option except nav.
Excellent condition.
$12k obo. 727-278-5898.
VW 1969 BEETLE, runs
like new $2500.
1966 BEETLE Needs
Work. $650.
813-992-5555
VW 1996 Jetta GLS 160k
miles. Reliable but
needs some work. Sil-
ver, auto, $1800.
813-983-0951K
CareerSeeker TV
:' 813-259-7500




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