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Rep. Adam Putnam for Dell's service at Normandy during World War II. "They told us we were
there to make the enemy die for their country," Dell Yancey said. Pictured below, Dell Yancey
carried this card identifying him as a medic through his entire World War II service.
The Yancey brothers left Plant City for some
of the fiercest fighting of World War II. The
memories are still fresh in their minds.
Special to The Courier
This photo of the Yancey
brothers, Anthony on the left,
Dell on the right, was taken in
Plant City before they left for
By TONY MARRERO
Even 60 years later, the emo-
tions of war can still overflow.
Reginald Wandell Yancey, or
"Dell," recalls with sorrow the
brothers in arms he lost to Hit-
"Sometimes, when I talk
about it, I cry because of the
guys who got killed and stayed
back there," Yancey said.
But one brother his blood
brother, Anthony Vernon
"Kinky" Yancey, who also
served in World War made it
As American troops battled
Iraqi insurgents 7,000 miles
away, the brothers sat in Dell's
Euclid Street home this week
and recalled their service.
Two of 10 siblings, Dell and
Anthony Yancey were born
and raised in Plant City, spend-
ing most of their childhood
years on Bates Street.
Dell, 78, attended Turkeyr
Creek High School and decided
to enlist in the Army. He took
an aptitude test and was sent
to Colorado's Fitzsimmons
General Hospital for training
as a medic.
It was a 10-month crash
course designed to get the 18-
year-old into the field as soon
as possible, he said.
"They said if you dropped
your pencil and bent down to
pick it up, you lost three
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RECENT GAMES NOT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Build it and they will come.
Following the highly successful
and well documented XXVIII
Olympic Games in Athens,
Greece, just two months ago, it's
surprising the World University
Games presented in Plant City
last month didn't receive a simi-
lar response from the media or
But the International Softball
Federation, a Plant City-based
organization that has been head-
quartered here for almost five
years, helped organize both
events, and no one seems to
"We have to do something to
let people know that we are here,"
said Don Porter, president of the
Porter moved the headquarters
from Oklahoma City, Okla., to the
Park Road facility near Plant City
Stadium in 2000. The move was
accompanied with great fanfare
by city officials, with a conversion
of the stadium field from baseball
to softball, and the construction
of the Randy Larson Four-Plex, a
four field facility north of the sta-
Since then the federation has
brought world-class athletes, in
several age groups, to Plant City
for international tournaments. It
has also hosted coach and umpire
clinics that have brought individ-
uals and team officials from all
over the world to Plant City.
Still, when the World Univer-
sity Games were held in Plant
See SPORTS, Page 17
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Zoning, Land Use Dominate City Commission Agenda
The Plant City Family
YMICA, 1507 1YMCA Place,
will hold a Holiday Cookie
Swap Nov. 11 from 10 a.m.
Veterans Day program
The 19th annual Veter-
ans Day program will be
presented Nov. 11 at 2
p.m. in the Hopewell
Funeral Home Chapel,
6005 State Road 39 In Plant
The program will
: Include speeches from
: students representing area
schools, and music by the
School Choir assisted by
* the Plant City High School
The public, all veterans
and their families are
The East Hillsborough
Historical Society will
holds the 27th annual Pio-
neer Day Nov. 13 from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. at the 1914
Plant City High School
Community ,Center, 605
N. Cdins St.
Admission is free
There will entertain-
ment, food, vendors and
The day begins with a
pancake breakfast at 7
a.m. An old-fashioned
dinner featuring ham and
all the fixings to be served
All proceeds from the
event benefit the society
and its efforts to restore
the old school.
To find about more
about Pioneer Day, call
the historical society at
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Nutrition experts have long recommend-
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of colorectal cancer and heart disease.
A recent study now suggests that those
who eat a fiber-rich diet are less likely to
become insulin resistant, a factor in the
onset of type 2 diabetes. Diabetes is the
leading cause of heart disease, blindness,
kidney failure and amputations and is
considered an epidemic. Researchers say
Americans need to maintain a healthy
weight, eat more fruits, vegetables and
whole grains and get regular exercise in
order to reduce their risk.
2- TO 3-HOUR MEETINGS
BECOMING THE NORM
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
It used to be that city commission
meetings had a chance to be over after
just one hour orso.
Now the normal agenda, packed with
questions of annexation, land use, zoning
and map amendments--. for properties
adjoining the city limits in every direc-
tion, can push the meeting to the three-
The Nov. 8 commission meeting was
no exception, packed with items ranging
from a small alley to several hundred
For example, the commission:
Approved the rezoning of 10 acres at
Woodrow Wilson and Baker streets from
residential to commercial.
Approved a modification of the
requirements of 525 acres in Walden
Woods to require townhouse develop-
ment that complies with recently adopted
Vacated a 10-foot-wide alley in South
Set.for Nov. 22 a public meeting to
consider a resolution regarding a historic
preservation tax exemption for property
at 702 W. Reynolds St.
The most time-consuming effort was
put forth by members of the staff of the
Hillsborough County City-County Plan-
ning Commission. The presentation,
which took more than 90 minutes, item-
ized 13 land projects that have been
accepted into the city through annexa-
As time goes by all of the commission-
ers are prepared for more of the same.
"The 20- to 40-minute commission
meetings appear to be a thing of the past,"
said Commissioner Mary Thomas-
Mathis. "The city is growing, and the
agenda will have to grow right along with
In other action, the commission:
Approved a contract with Spartan Oil
Co. (not related to Sparky's Oil Co., owned
by Commissioner Mike Sparkman) for
the delivery of diesel and unleaded fuel to
the city valued at about $500,000 annu-
Approved the Disaster Relief Funding
Agreement with various federal agencies.
The city estimates it spent between $2
million and $2.5 million in storm man-
agement costs after the recent hurricanes
and expects to be reimbursed for 95 per-
cent of those costs.
PLANT CITY DIGEST
Fantasy In 2 Languages
The children's author smiled as wide as
And like the Spanish book she wrote,
the smile easily translated. -
"I'm so excited," said Maria Juliana Vil-
lafane, a Puerto Rican poet and children's
author who lives in Miami and came to
Jackson Elementary recently for a presen-
tation and autograph signing. It was her
first such event for English-speaking stu-
"That makes it a historic moment for
us," Villafane told the students, many of
whom showed up to the media center
wearing masks and hats portraying their
Planeta Junior, a major book publisher
in Spain, published Villafane's "Aurora Y
Sus Viajes Intergalacticos," or "Aurora
and Her Intergalactic Travels," in 2003.:
The English translation is due out soon,
but Emily Stas, a teacher at Jackson and
friend of Villafane's didn't wait for the
English version, instead reading the
Spanish version and translating it for
Jackson's fifth-grade class.
Aurora is a young orphan girl who bef-
riends a star named Milsy who takes her
into the heavens to visit other worlds. Vil-
lafane was inspired by a star she would
always see, above a mountain from her
condo in Puerto Rico. She wrote a poem
that eventually became the 34-page book,
complete with illustrations.
Students asked many questions. Some
Villafane answered, others she left up to
Maria Juliana Villafane, a Puerto Rican
poet and children's author, signs an
autograph for Jackson Elementary
student Erika Ingram. Villafane visited
Jackson recently to talk about her book,
"Aurora Y Sus Viajes Intergalacticos."
the students' imaginations
"When a writer writes a story and pub-
lishes it in a book, it's out of their hands
and it belongs to the person who's read-
ing it," she said.
They had one more question, though:
will "Aurora" be made into a movie?
"There's no problem in dreaming," Vil-
You have the right to remain vocal.
The Plant City Police Department is
seeking accreditation from the Commis-
sion for Florida Law Enforcement. Part of
the process involves gathering public
input, and assessors will be manning the
phones Nov. 17 between 1 and 5 p.m.
The number to call is 707-7158.
-This is not the time to try to get out of
your most recent speeding ticket. Calls
must be limited to comments about the
department's operations and procedures,
said Capt. Ken Albano.
The recent mock evaluation went well,
Albano said, requiring only a few "proce-
dural adjustments." The department is
looking forward to the real.-thing, he
For more information about the accre-
ditation process, call the department at
Close To Home
Plant City High School has its gradua-
tion ceremony in Tampa every year.
But students in the Class of 2005 want
to know if they can hold a post-gradua-
tion party closer to home.
Students Hunter Gambrell and Jason
Guy went before the city commission
Nov. 8 to ask permission to use Plant City
Stadium for a graduation party. Referring
to the school as a "hometown school," the
students are hopeful the city will accom-
modate their wishes. Commissioners
asked the city staff to work with the stu-
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ADAMS, Kenneth A., S I!c U S fJ R Born Plant
City, Fla., Feb 20, 1923 Attended school at Turkey
Creek, Fla A member of the Baptist church Enlered
service, Sept 16. 1943 Plant City, Fla Received
basic training Jacksonville Fla Saw action in Pearl
Harbor. Son of Mr and Mrs James W Adams,
Plant City, Fla.
ADAMS, William H., S I/c, U S.N R Born Plant
City, Fla Dec 28. 1918 Attended Plant City High
A member of the Baptist church Entered service
July 14, 1944, Plant City, Fla. Received training
Camp Peary, VA Saw action in the Pacific Theater
Operations. Served USS Bayfield. Minesweeper
USS Ransom A.M. 283. Husband of Mrs. Audrey
Welch Adams. Plant City, Fla
ARMSTRONG, James H., Commander. U S
Navy. Born Florida June 13, 1913 Attended
University of Florida. A member of the Methodist
church. Entered service Nov. 1936. Pensacola,
Fla. Received basic, training Pensacola, Fla Saw
action in the Pacific and Atlantic areas. Awarded
the Good Conduct Medal. Son of Mr and Mrs.
Clem G. Armstrong, Plant City. Fla
BASTON, Ralph E., SGT US Army born Elba. AL.
Nov. 11 1918. entered US Army, Nov 25. 1940,
Plant City, FL. Was a Tech 5 Light Truck Driver. Tech
5 Automobile Mech and a SGT Military Policeman
Received the American Defense Ribbon and The
Good Conduct Medal
BENSON, Florence E., Pfc of the WAC AAF Med
Born Jan 27, 1906, in Birmingham. Ala Attended
school at Haskell High School. Okla A member
of the Methodist church Entered service Jan 5
1944. Received basic training at FI Oglethorpe,
Ga Wile ol Mr FL Benson Plant City. Fla
BUTLER, Joel Kiah, T/Sgt, U S Army Air Corps
Born Nov 4 1923, Crinskaw Co Ala Attended school
Plant City. Fla. Protestant Entered service March
1941 Basic training Sioux Falls, S D & Boca Raton,
Fla Saw action in Pacific Awarded Air Medal w/ Oak
Leaf Cluster, GCM. Phil Lib Ribbon-wi 1 Bronze Star.
Asiatic Pac Ribbon wi 4 Bronze Stars Comb Crew
Badge Son of Mr. & Mrs J P Butler. Plant City, Fla
BYRD, Park T., B.M 2/c, U.S. Coast Guard Born
Lake Butler Fla.. June 28. 1923 Entered service
Jan 5, 1942, Plant City, Fla Received basic train-
ing Ft. Lauderdale Fla Saw service in South
America. Awarded Good Conduct Medal, Victory
Medal and American Theater Ribbon Husband ol
Mrs Geneva Alexander Byrd, Plani City Fla
CARTER, Edward J., Jr., Sgt.. U S Marine Corps
Born June 23, 1920. Lowndes Co.. Ga Attended
school Plant City. Fla. A member ol the Baptist
church. Entered service Sept, 1940, Plant City,
Fla. Received basic training Paris Island, S.C. Saw
service in South Pacific Theater. Awarded Pacific
Ribbon GCM and 5 Stars Son of Mr. and Mrs E J
Carter, PlanI City, Fla
CROMBIE, Frederick I Jr. Sgl U S Army,
Air Corps Born May 6 21. Waltham. Mass
Attended Story High. hesier Mass Member
of the Baptist church. .d service Augusl 4.
1942, Philadelphia. P Rec ved basic training
Miami. Fla. Awarded fltory d G C.M. & Amer.
Theater Ribbon Hus hd of s Mary F Franklin
Crombie. Plant City, a
DANLEY, James Comer, S lc. U S avv Born Sept
14. 1925. Covington County, Ala Art ded school in
Turkey Creek Proteslant Entered se e Dec 21.
1943. Plant City. Fla Received basic Ir ing Grear
Lakes, III Saw service in Pacific Award Amer T
Ribbon, Asiatic Pac Rib 1 Star. and Victo Medal
Discharged Jan 5. 1946 Son ol Mrs Josi Chandler
Danley Plant City, Fla
DEMPSEY, Flavius J., Pvt U S Army Paratroopers GRACE, Vernon U., Jr., U S Army. Air Corps Born
Born Madison County Fla March 3 1922 Anended May 30, 1926, Plant Crity, Fla Attended Plant City High
Plant City Hign School A member Baptist Churcn School & Church or-Chrisi Entered service Oct 17,
Entered service July. 1942. Camp Blanding. Received 1944 Basic training Camp Blanding, Fla Served on
basic training, Ft Benning Ga Saw action in Europe Luzon. Received Combat Inf Badge, Br. Sr Slar. Luzon
Awarded 6 Battle Stars Expert Comb Ini Badge .. Campaign Philippine LibDeration & Asiaic-Pa-fic
G.C Medal, Bronze Arrowhead, Pres Citation Son of Ribbons; Victory & Good Conduct Medals Son of Mr
Mrs. Eva Dempsey. Plant City, Fla & Mrs. Vernon U. Grace. Sr. Route 1. Plant City. Fla
i, DEMPSEY, George K., Corporal. U S Marines Born GREEN, Claude Gilford, Jr., 1st Ll, U S Army.
Dec 2 1924 Hamilton County, Fla. Attended Plant Infantry Div Born Welborn Fla., April 8, 1919
City High School. A member First Baptist Church Attended schools in Plant City & Riverside Military
Entered service July 31. 1942, Orlando, Fla Received Academy Member Baptist church Entered service
- basic training. Paris Island, S.C. Saw action in P.T.O March 17 1944. Plant City, Fla Received basic
Awarded Purple Heart Good Conduct Medal Asiatic- raining Ft. Sill. Okla Saw service in Pacific Theater
Pacific Ribbon with 2 Stars. Pres Citation with 1 Husband of Mrs. Catherine Henderson Green, Plant
Star. Son of Mrs Eva Dempsey Plant City, Fla City, Fla
DEMPSEY, Gordon C., Fireman 11c. U S. Navy
Born Aug. 16 1927, Hamilton County. Fla
Attended Plant City High School. A member
First Baptist Church. Entered service March 20
1944. Jacksonville, Fla Received basic training
Greal Lakes, III Saw service in China Son of
Mrs Eva Dempsey, PlanI City. Fla.
* T DRISKELL, Herscell W., Sgt. U S Army, Air Corps
Born Feb 12. 1918. McCullough Ala Attended Plant
City High School. A ProlestanI Entered service,
June 25 1942, Plant City Received basic training
Tallahassee. Fla. Saw action in E T.O., Awarded
E.T 0 Ribbon GCM and Air Medal Son ol Mrs
H 0 Driskell. Plant City. Fla.
, DRISKELL, Lawrence Lamar, Sgt. U S Army,
Air Corps. Born Oct. 26, 1919. Milton, Fla.
Attended school Plant City., Fla. A Prolestant.
Entered service Jan 1, 1943, Plant City, Fla.
Received basic training Drew Field, Tampa. Fla.
Served in E T 0 Awarded Good Conduct Medal
Son of Mrs. H.O. Driskell. Plant City, Fla.
FREEMAN, Clayton G., T/3 U S Army. Ord Div
Born April 1 1921 Omaha Neb Attended school
Turkey Creek, Fla A member Baptist Church Entered
service. April 1942 in California Received basic
training Ft. Bragg Saw action in E.T 0 36 monins
Awarded Good Conduct and World War II Victory
Medals and E TO Ribbon. Son of Mr and Mrs G P
S Freeman. Plant City, Fla
FREEMAN, Leslie C., S/Sgl, U.S Army Air Corps.
Born Feb 13, 1923 Buller. MO. Atterider Turkey Creek
School Member Baptist school. Entered service May,
1942 Basic training Panama City. Fla Saw action in
E T 0 Awarded Air Medal 3 Oa3. Leaf Clusters. Purple
Heart, Good Conduct Medal E T.O Ribbon, 3 stars.
.. World War II Victory Medal, PO W. 7 monLhs Son ol
Mr & Mrs G P Freeman, Plant City. Fla
GAIGE, Frederick C., Sgt, U S Army, Air Corps
Born Oct 26 1923 Florida Attended school Plant
City Fla Member baptist Church Entered service
Oct. 19. 1942, Camp Blanding. Fla Basic training
.. Keesler Field, Miss. Saw service in E.T O. Awarded
Dist Unit Badge, Good Conduct Medal E A M &
SE T.O .Ribbons Discharged Sept 15 1945. Son of
A Mr. & Mrs H. C Gaige. Plant City, Fla
HADDOCK, William Reginald, S/Sgl U.S. Army.
Infantry div Born Hilliard, Fla Aug 26. 1916
Attended schools Plant City, Fla Received basic
training Camp Blanding Fla Saw service in China-
Burma-India Theater Discharged Dec 12. 1945
Son W M. Haddock Plant City. Fla
9 HARRISON, Jefferson T., Pfc U S. Marine Corps.
Born Osteen, Fla Oct 17 1923 Attended schools.
Plant City, Fla A member Melhodist Church Entered
service June 18 1940 New Jersey Received basic
training Pans Island S C Saw service in PT 0.
Awarded Purple Heart Wounded in Action Oct 9,
1942 Husband of Mrs Geneva Carson Harnson,
Plant City. Fla
HAWKINS, Henry B., Chief Engineer. U S IJavy
Born. Alabama. Sept 22, 1921 Attended schools
in Plant City, Fla A Protestant. Entered service
Sept 22 1938, Plani City. Fla. Received basic
training, Norfolk, Va. Saw service in Pacihc Theater
Operations Awarded Presidential Unit Citation and
GCM Son ol Mrs. Lula Griffin. PlanI City. Fla
HILL, Chas, C.. Corporal, U S Marine Corps Born Nov
14 1915 Madison Fla Attended school Groveland Fla
Member Latter Day Saints church Entered service Jan
S 12. 1940. San Diego Basic training San Diego Calil
--' Saw action for 57 months in Asiaiic & Pacific Theatres
S'' Awarded Pres Unit Cilaiion, Purple Heart. American
Asiatic & Pacific Theater Ribbons Amer Del & Good
Conduct Medals Son 0o Mrs Alma Hill, Plant City Fla
HILL, John H.. GM 2/i. u S Navy. Born Jan
12. 1924, Groveland. Fla Attended school in
Groveland. Member of Baptist church Eritered
the U S Navy March 10, 1941, Tampa, Fia
Received basic. training Norfolk Va Saw action
in Atlantic and Pacific Theaters of Operation
Son of Mrs Alma Hill Plant City, Fla
JENT, Robert E., Pfc U S Anti-Air Craft Born
Feb 6. 1914, Harlan Ky. Attended Mt Zion
School and Highland Church. Entered service.
June 29. 1943. Plant City, Fla Received basic
SL,,, I training Camp Haan Husband of Mrs Robert
. E Jent, Plant City. Fla
-G CANT, Frederick D., 1st LI IChaplain). U.S Army JOHNSON, Brittlan R., Pic U.S Army Air Corps
' Born Aug 7. 1908. Dover. Fla Attended Southern Born June 24, 1924, Wadesboro N C Attended
S : College, Lakeland, Florida. A member of the Baptist school in Plant City Fla. A Protestant. Entered
Church Entered service Aug. 9. 1945. Plant City, Fla service June 29, 1944, Plant City Received basic
Received basic training Ft Oglethorpe, Ga. Stationed !o training Denver, Colo. Stationed in Pacific Son of
n the PTO Husband ol Mrs. Helen Johns Gani, Mr and Mrs Thomas C Johnson Plant City, Fla
Plant City Fla
GIBBS, John T., Jr., E.M lic U S. Coast Guard JOHNSON, Hugh J., Sgt U S Army Air Corps. Born
Born Dec, 7. 1916. Five Points, Ala. Attended Wadesboro, N C May 17, 1922 Attended School
S Plant City High School and the Presbytlerian - in Plant City Fla. A member of the Baplisl Church
P Church Entered service March, 1942. Tampa. Fla Enlered service Oct 25, 1942 al Plani City Received
Received basic training New Orleans Discharged basic Iraining Camp Blanding Fla served in ET 0
o April. 1943 Husband or Mrs Margaret Herring Awarded American Theater Ribbon GCM and Victory
Gibbs Plant Cy. Fla ... Medal Discharged Nov 29 1945 Son of Mr and
S j Mrs Thomas C Johnson Plant City, Fla
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NOVEMBER 11, 2004 THE COURIER 5
We Salute all our Veterans from all wars, especially those fom
Plant City who served in World War II and those presently
serving in the Armed Forces here and abroad.
This is our way of showing our thanks. We apologize if all who served are not pictured.
We've printed the pictures and information that we had available. If you know of any
veterans not listed, please send their names and picture to us. If you have any further
questions, please call Tim Haught, LFD at (813) 717-9300.
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JOHNSON, Silas N., T/Sgt. Army Air Corps Born
Feb 13, 1920 Slate of Georgia Attended Turkey
Creek School Member Baptist Church. Entered
service Sept 16, 1941 Basic training Jefferson
Barracks Mo Saw action 27 months in China-
Burma-India Theatre. Awarded Good Conduct.
World War II Victory Medal and Bronze Star Son
of Mr. and Mrs G. W. Johnson, Plant City, Fla
.JONES, Bethel Vivan, Pvt. lic, Army R. R Bn.
Born Keysville, Fla. Oct 9. 1905. Entered service
s Dec. 26. 1942. Attended school Plant City.
Fla. A Protestant Served in India. Discharged
Oct.1945 Awarded Good Conduct Medal Son
_" of Mrs Texas Stewart Jones, Plant City. Fla.
W KEENE, Leon E., Airborne. Born 3-19-21 in
Bradford, FL A lifetime resident of Plant City
serving in the US Army Paratrooper in the
Infantry Served In the US Army Inlantry In the
European Theatre. Missing In action in Sicily
and Italy, received the Purple Heart
SKENDRICK, Daniel B.. Pfc.. U S. Army Born
Plant City, Fla. Dec. 1. 1922. Attended school
Turkey Creek High A member Baptist Church.
Entered service Jan. 12. 1943. Received Dasic
training Camp Blanding, Fla. Saw action in
Germany Received Good Conduct Medal. Son
t" of Mr and Mrs. C S. Kendrick. Plant City. Fla.
LAYTON, James W., Seaman,1/c, US Navy
Born 8-12-28 in Miami. FL He lived his entire
life in the Plant City area Also he served in the
US Navy on the ship US Talberer in the South
Pacific in World War II Death Date
7-12-01 in Plant City.
MCCALL, George M., SSgt. U S Army Born
. Normjn Park Ga July 17, 1898 Allended
schools in Norman Park. A Prolestant Entered
service 1940. Discharged Sept .1943. Son of
Mr and Mrs WT McCall. Plant City Fla
MCCALL, Minzie M., C M. u/c, U S. Navy Seabees
Born Norman Park. Ga Aug 16. 1900. Attended
Schools in Norman Park, and Church of God
Entered service in 1941 at Clewiston, Fla Received
basic training at Miami, Fla Saw service in Pacific
Son of Mr and Mrs W. T McCall, Plant City. Fla
itrn MATTHEWS, Douglas L., Sgt.. U. S Army Air
".. 7 Corps. Born Brooks County. Ga. Dec. 13, 1919
Attended school in Plant City. Ha. A Protestant
Entered service Jan 1942, Plant City, Fla
Received basic training Camp Blanding. Fla.
Saw action in the P.T.O. Awarded Pacitic Theater
Ribbon. GCM, 2 Stars Son ol Mr. and Mrs
Lonnie Matthews. Plant City. Fla
MATTHEWS, Elmer Earl, PvI U.S. Army, FA.
Div. Born Brooks County. GA., Sept. 11. 1915
Attended school Plant City. Fla. A Protestant.
Entered service 1943. Plant City, Fla. Received
basic training Camp Blanding, Fla. Son of Mr
and Mrs. Lonnie Matthews, Plant City, Fla.
MAYS, Samuel E., Jr., Colonel. U.S. Army.
Born in Fla., Oct. 21, 1906 Attended Florida
Military Academy. A member First Baptist
Church. Entered service 1929. Ft Screvin,
Ga. Served in European Theatre Operations
Awarded the Purple Heart. Son of Mr and
Mrs S E Mays Plant City. Fla.
a LEWIS, Carlos M., Ptc U S. A. 0. M Corps Born MOBLEY, Elwood C., Sorarman 2,c. US Coast Guard.
Sept. 1. 1914, Starke. Fla. Attended school Turkey s Born Nov 18. 1921. Plant City, Fla Gradualed Plant City
Creek, Fla Member Baptist church Entered service HS Church of Christ Entered service July 16, 1941 Basic
April 6. 1942, Plant City. Basic training Ft Sill, Okla raining New Orleans, LA Saw action N Allantic Thealer
Saw service 40 months. Served in S W Pacific & Medierranean Sea Awarded Amerian Defense. Good
Area. Awarded S W. Pacific Theatre Ribbon, 3 l Conduct. European, African, Mid Eastern Campaign Ribbons
Campaign Ribbons, Bronze Arrowhead Son of Mr 3 lars in American European & Armcan area nrbons.
and Mrs W E. Lewis, Plant City, Fla f'J Discharged Oct 9 1945 Son ot Mr & Mrs H C. Motley.
LEWIS, Clarence E., Mo M M 31c. U.S Navy.
_ Born Sept. 21. 1924. Plant City, Fla Attended
Turkey Creek High School A member Baptist
Church Entered service May 5 1943 Plant City.
Fla Received basic training Bainbridge Md Saw
action in E. T. 0 20 months Awarded Atlantic
Theatre of War Ribbon Son oi Mr and Mrs W E
Lewis, Plant City. Fla
SLEWIS, Clyde J., S 0. M 2/c, U. S Coast Guard.
I Born Nov 6 1920, Plant City, Fla Attended Turkey
Creek Hign School. A member Baptist Church
Entered service Feb 5 1942. Tampa, Fla. Received
T basic training Algiers Saw action in Atlanrtc and
Pacific Areas 28 months. Awarded Good Conduct
Medal, Asiatic-Pacific and E. T 0 Ribbons Son of
Mr and W. E. Lewis, Plant Ciry. Fla
:,j NOWELL., Charlie,
ATec 5, US Army
MCCALL, Glenn M., Cpl. U.S. Army. M C Born
at Norman Park, Ga.. Dec. 17. 1917. Attended
school at Springhead, Fla A Protestant. Entered
service 1943, Lakeland. Fla. Received basic
training Camp Robinson. Ark. Slailoned in the
P. 1. 0 Son of Mr. and Mrs. W T. McCall. Plant
PRITCHARD, James H., Sgt. U.S. Army Air Corps
Born in Plant City. Fla. Attended Turkey Creek: High
School. Member Baptisl church Entered service Nov
5, 1941 at Plant City Fla Basic training at Brooklin
Field. Ala Saw action in the European Theatre
Operation. Awarded Good Conduct Medal World
War II Viclory Medal Son of Mr and Mrs James E.
Pricnard. Plant City. Fla.
S/Sgt., U.S Army
S Pvt., U.S Marines
ROGERS, Carl W., S/SgI U. S. Army, Ini Div.
Born Jan. 1. 1921. Plant Ci y. Fia Attended
school in Plant City, Fla Member Protestant
Church Entered service Sept. 1942, Plant
City, Fla Received basic Iraining Ft. McClellan.
Ala Saw service in Pacific Theatre Operations.
Awarded Good Conduct Medal Son of Mr and
Mrs. Vernon E. Rogers, Plant City. Fla
RUSSELL, Charles F., Pfc U S Army. Inf. Div. Born
Tiger Bay. Fla., Nov. 14. 1919. Attended Wimauma
Hign School and the First Methodist Church. Entered
service. Oct. 29, 1943 Plant City, Fla Received basic
training. Camp Wheeler. Saw action in the E.T.O.
Awarded Purple Heart. G.C M. Combat Int Medal.
Discharged Oct. 17, 1945 Husband of Mrs Edna C
Russell, Plant City Fla.
SANDERS, Adolphus Leroy, AMM 2'c. U S Navy
Born Tampa. Fla July 15,1923 Attended school
Plant City. Fla A Prolestant. Entered service July 15,
1941, Tampa Received basic training. Norfolk Va
Served in Pacific Theater Operations. Awarded Purple
.-..y Heart and G.C M Wounded Oct. 30. 1944. Received
7 Battle Slars Son of Mr and Mrs. A. R Sanders,
Plant City, Fla
STANPHILLU., Charley S., Cpl., U S Army Inf Born
Oct 30, 1913. Plant City. Fla. Attended Knight Station
School and Baptist Church Entered service Oct 17.
". 1944. Plant City. Fla Basic training. Camp Wheeler.
Ga Served in Japan, 8 months overseas in Signal
Corps, and Communications Div Son of Mr and
Mrs. B.M. Spier, Roule 1, Plant City, Fla.
THOMPSON, Aaron A., SGT infantry Born Bleckley
Co, GA. June 21, 1923. Was Machine Gunner.
Served In Sicily. Normandy, Northern France & the
Rhineland Received the European African Middle
T Eastern Theater ribbon with 4 Bronze Battle Stars.
Bronze Srar Medal, Bronze Star Cluster & Good
TICKEL, Amos P., Pfc., U S. Marines. Born Feb
9, 1925, Plant City, Fla Attended Plant City High
School. A member ot the Methodist Church. Entered
, service Dec 22. 1943, Plant City. Fla Received basic
training. Parris Island, S C. Saw action in the P.T.O.
Discharged July 25, 1945. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J.H
Tickel, Plant City, Fla
l.. TROUTT, Forest C., S/Sgt U S. Army Air Corps Born
Dec. 9. 1917, Tenn Attended Business University.
. Tampa. Fla. Baptist. Entered service Nov 1941, Mississippi
Basic training Biloxi Miss, Keesler Field Saw action in
Alaska the Aleunans, & the S Pacific. Awarded Good
Conduct Medal, American Theater Ribbon, Asiatic &
Pacific Theater Ribbons. Honorably discharged Oct. 30
1945 Son or Mr & Mrs. AC Troutl. Plant City. Fla
WARD, William J., U.S N. Radio man, U.S. Navy
Born Nov. 26 1925 at Plant City, Fla Attended
Plant City High School A member of Ihe Baptist
Church Entered service May 1944 at Plant City.
Fla Received basic training at Camp Peary Va
Son ol Mr. and Mrs. William Ward. Plant City Fla.
WILKINSON, Chas., J.. T,4, U.S Army, Eng. Born
Mar. 28. 1925 at Plant City Fia Attended Turkey
Creek Hign School Protestant Enlered service
June 28. 1940 ai Tampa Fla Received basic
ira inng at MacDill Field. Saw action in the Pacific
Theater Operations Awarded Good Conduct
Medal. World War Ii Victory Medal. Son of Mrs
C E Wilkinson, Plant City Fla
WINDHAM, Clarence W., Cpl.. U.S. Army Q.M
Born Barrow Fla., Aug. 1. 1912. Attended Plant City
High A Protestant. Entered service Nov 19, 1937
Plant City. Fla Received basic training. Schoefield
Barracks Saw service in Hawaii and American
r-- Thealer Operations. Inf. O.M Air Force, M PE.G
Awarded Defense Ribbon, 1 Star, G C M Son of Mr
and Mrs. WW Windham Plant City, Fla
WINDHAM, Hugo D., Pfc U S. Army. Inlantry Div
... Born Plant City, Fla Jan 7. 1924. Attended Plant
City High A Protesiant Entered service Feb. 17.
-* 1943, Plant City, Fla. Received basic training, Camp
Swift. Texas. Served in E T 0 Awarded Presidential
Citation, E T.0 Medal and Victory Medal. American
Defense Ribbon, 5 Battle Stars, G C.M 1 Bronze Star.
Son of Mr. and Mrs WW Windham. Plant City, Fla.
.,b YANCEY, Anthony V., Pfc. U S Army, Inf Born
Nov. 1 1919. Moultrie Ga Attended Plant City
SJr High School & Proestant church. Entered
S U S Army, Int Jan 29. 1944, Plan City. Fia
Basic training Camp Blanding Fla. Served
in E TO.. Received Good Conduct & E T.O.
Ribbons. Husband of Mrs Annie Louise Nelson
/ Yancey 912 S. Collins S, P lant City. Fla.
YANCY, Reginal W., Buck Sgt U S Army
World War II
Landed on D-Day
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Jefferson, Adams Were
Right About Bankers
I don't pretend to be a
financial expert, but I do
agree with John Adams,
one of our smart Founding
"All the perplexities,
confusion and distress in
America arise, not from
defects in their constitution or
confederation, not from want
of honor or virtue, so much as
from downright ignorance of
the nature of coin, credit and
circulation," Adams said.
Money is usually defined as
a medium of exchange and as
a store of value. When we talk
about the value of money, we
are not talking about the
nominal value printed on the
bill, but its purchasing power.
How many goods and services
can you acquire in exchange
Most Americans have been
deliberately conditioned to
think of inflation as simply a
rise in prices. That is true only
in rare cases where supply
falls far short of demand.
There is another kind of
inflation in which the value of
money declines because so
much of it is put into circula-
tion. That is the kind of
inflation that has robbed
Americans of both their labor
and their savings.
The Constitution says this,
under the listing of legislative
powers: "The Congress shall
have the power to coin
money, regulate the value
thereof, and of foreign coin,
and to fix the standard of
weights and measures."
Many people believe that
the government-does issue
our currency. In fact, it
doesn't. Take a dollar bill out
of your pocket and read both
sides. Nowhere on it will you
see the words "U.S. Cur-
rency." What you will see are
the words "Federal Reserve
Note," and in smaller type the
words "This note is legal
tender for all debts, public
A note is a promise to pay,
but if you take your Federal
Reserve note to a Federal
Reserve Bank and present it
for payment, they will just
laugh at you. Federal Reserve
See REESE, Page 15
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1 More Widget I Can
Probably Live Without
Deep down I suspect
there must be people
with plans to overcomplicate
absolutely everything. It has
become our national obses-
Case in point: my new
This is not rocket science. I
don't need a "Brewing
System," I don't need an
integrated "Home Caf6," I
just want to make some
I don't need something
that tells time, grinds beans,
froths or steams latte with
wand, hooks up to the
Internet so it can reorder, or
lets the cat out at 3.in the
morning. (On second
thought, if it would let the cat
out I'd probably buy it.)
So I went to the store. I
perused the possibilities. I
counted 36 selections. Thirty-
five of them came with
features I neither need nor
want and cost anywhere up to
$370. The deluxe built-in
coffee system, "available from
our catalog only," was priced
at $2,100. The model I took
home set me back $7.95. I
probably paid too much.
One humdinger did not
stop at grinding; it apparently
roasts the coffee beans first.
Imagine that. It probably
takes three hours to brew an 8
ounce cup. And who needs
the extra oven? People plug in
maybe a foot and a half away
from a working stove where
they could roast Juan Valdez
and his donkey.
The side of the box adver-
tised, "Easy nine-step disas-
sembly for cleaning.
Complete cleaning recom-
mended weekly." People tell
me I make the best coffee
they didn't pay 5 bucks for at
a Seattle-based cash cow. I
throw the carafe in the
dishwasher when it starts to
cloud up. That's all the easy
disassembly I need in my life.
My friend has a remote
control in his living room the
size of an ironing board.
"Watch this," he said. He then
proceeded to turn on every-
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Special to The Courier
Catching up with the Cribbs family: Sarah, Keith, James, Anna and Kathy now live in Tennessee, but
send their best to their friends back in Plant City.
Bait Story Bears Repeating
I've never been bear
hunting and have only heard
stories from my grandfather.
Last week, I heard some-
thing that is a close second
behind the one of my grand-
father taking the preacher
bear hunting in the Ever-
glades. The reverend some-
how shot himself in the foot
and my 150-pound grandfa-
ther had to carry the 200-
pound-plus preacher back to
My sister was eating lunch
with us at the Market and four
men at the next table were
reminiscing about their
recent bear hunting expedi-
tion. My sister turned to me
and said, "Did you hear that?
They use Krispy Kreme
donuts as bait! That explains
the old man I saw in Georgia
with his truck loaded down
Now, it confirms what I've
always known nobody can
resist a Krispy Kreme, not
even a bear! But the bears are
making it too easy. Where's
the challenge? My friend,
Shelby Bender, whose
husband and sons hunt, tells
me bears are elusive, even
with donuts. I'd never find
out I'd eat all the bait before
I got the chance.
Teenagers in the 1960s use
to say you were over the hill at
age 40. But they forgot a lot of
us are fourth and fifth
generation Floridians no
hills, just flat green pastures.
Plant City High School's
class of 1960 had a ball at the
annual picnic at Boone's
Nursery Picnic Arena.
Courtney and Jered Lanier
"Other classes tell us they
envy the closeness of the
Plant City High Class of 60,"
says Lynda Fuller. Don
Roberts and Sam Sparkman
cooked their big hearts out at
the grill, Warren and Glenda
Wilson helped prepare the
picnic area, and Sylvia Vaden
and Barbara Bennett assisted
Tom Haney as he entertained
with a white elephant auction
(Glenda's idea to earn money
for their 45th reunion fund).
The class gets together for a
Nov. 12 breakfast and a
Christmas dinner on Dec. 10.
Now that's what I call a very
happy extended family!
Marsha Passmore and sister
Dodie White took their mom
on a cruise to the Southern
Caribbean for her 80th
birthday. Happy birthday
(and I'd love to have a
For those getting ready to
celebrate 80-plus birthdays
(like my sweet friend Charles
Isom, one of Plant City's finest
teachers), remember: the best
Anna Cribbs and her father,
Keith, tear up the floor at a
recent wedding in Nashville.
tunes are played on the oldest
Tomlin Middle School's
auditorium has hosted many
of Plant City's memorable
events, like the annual
Strawberry Festival Queen .
and Junior Royalty pageants,
and I'm told the school is now
involved in a restoration
If you are interested in
helpingby purchasing a seat
with a personalized plaque for
this $70,000 project, call Susie
Poppell at 754-8230. You also
will also receive an invitation
to a recognition luncheon at
I was talking to Sheri Lynne
Ray and learned she has a
See BRIGGS, Page 18
Herring 50th anniversary
Jessie and Marilyn Herring
celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary Oct. 31.
They were married in 1954
in Folkston, Ga.
The former Marilyn Clark
was born in Dover and is a life-
long resident of this area. She
was previously employed by
Standard Cigar Co.
Jessie was born in Alapaha,
Ga., and came here in 1936.
He was previously employed
by American Lacquer Paint.
The couple attends Sharon
Baptist Purity Church.
They have two daughters,
Karen Sakelaris of Tampa and
Sharon Herring of Plant City,
and a grandson, Patrick Sake-
Jered Keith Lanier and
Courtney Beth Knepper were
married Oct. 2 at 10 a.m. at the
Cracker House on the Lanier
The bride is the daughter of
Dave and Julie Knepper and
the groom is the son of Jim
and Myrtle Lanier.
The double-ring ceremony
was conducted by the Rev.
Philip Williamson of Lakeland.
The bride was given away
by her father, Dave.
Maid of honor was Jaclyn
Lanier, daughter of the groom.
The groom was attended by
best man Judson Lanier, son
of the groom, and groomsman
Josiah Knepper, son of the
After a wedding trip to
Orlando, the couple are at
home in Plant City.
Marilyn and Jessie Herring
STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL NOTES
Applications for prospective
contestants in the 2005 Flor-
ida Strawberry Festival's
Queen's Pageant are due at
noon Nov. 15. Applications
are available at the festival
office, 2202 W. Reynolds St.
Contestants must be bet-
ween the ages of 16 and 20 as
of March 3, 2005. Applicants
may turn in the application at
the festival office along with a
copy of your Tampa Electric
Co. bill, a $25 fee, a wallet-
sized photo of the applicant,
and a printed paper with your
most current district GPA
signed by the school registrar.
Call: Stephanie Shuff, 752-
Donnie Barbee of Charlotte,
N.C., and Diane A. Crow of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Rachel D. Barbee, to Christo-
pher J. Fedorcek. He is the son
of Ken Fedorcek and Carol
Young Galloway, both of Plant
The bride-elect is a 2004
graduate of Plant City High
School and currently attends
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Plant City High
School and currently attends
the University of South Florida.
He is employed as an assistant
manager at Walgreens.
A Nov. 27 wedding is
planned at 3 p.m. at the West
Lakeland Church of God.
and Rachel Barbee
Continued From Page 3
dents to see if such a plan could become a real-
Parade Organizers Are
Hoping For No Scrooges
Fran Neilsen and Frank LaBarbera, co-chairs
of the 21st annual Plant City Christmas Parade,
made a brief presentation to the city commis-
sion this week, announcing that the event is on
schedule and will be better than ever but it
will depend on money.
They ,said funds to put on the parade are
again in short supply. The event's major
expense is providing transportation for the
bands that participate, Nielsen said.
The city will provide $2,000 for the event.
To find out how to enter the parade, or to
donate money, call Nielsen at 404-2227, or the
Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce at
Don't Go This Way
Victoria Street between Alexander and Dort
streets will be closed through Nov. 26 for utility
and storm drainage improvements.
The improvements are part of the project
now in progress to widen Alexander Street.
So what does happen to a dream deferred?
A Plant City audience got a chance to ask last
week when three giants of the Harlem Renais-
sance put on a show at the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center.
Actors and scholars LeRoy Mitchell Jr., Phyl-
lis McEwen and Bob Devin Jones appeared as
James Weldon Johnson, Zora Neale Hurston
and Langston Hughes respectively. The trio
spoke first in character and then as themselves
to give the audience a glimpse into the lives of
the famous Harlem writers. The event was
sponsored by the Florida Humanities Council
in conjunction with the Bruton Memorial
The Harlem Renaissance occurred after
blacks in the South moved to the cities of the
North to find jobs in the factories there.
Mitchell, as the poet Johnson, said -the
question of race was a big reason why blacks
hadn't yet put out great literature. He later
stepped out of character to remind the audi-
ence that that race question is "never static."
"Each generation must derive answers for
the situation they face, not the previous
generation's," Mitchell said.
McEwen, as writer and anthropologist Hur-
ston, gave the audience plenty to stomp about
as she taught them how to sing songs she
learned collecting black folklore in the Florida
See DIGEST, Page 18
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild
will meet Nov. 11 at 7:15 at the
Winter Visitors Center, 301
The guild has a show and
tell of latest projects.
welcome. The group also will
meet Wednesday mornings in
November at the center to
create holiday gifts for the
needy. Bring a sewing
machine and something to
eat. Call: Sally Weiner, 752-
Turkey Creek Class of '41
The Turkey Creek School's
class of 1941 will reunite Nov.
11 at 11 a.m. at Stacy's Buffet,
790 Martin Luther King Blvd.
in Mango. Cost is $6.
Bring photos of past reun-
ions or classmates. Transpor-
tation to the event for those
who need it might be avail-
Call: Bernice Casey Allen,
NOVEMBER 11, 2004 THE COURIER 9
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757-9137, Frances Vires Crow,
961-4754, or Cecile Varn, 645-
The Hibiscus Circle of the
Plant City Garden Club will
meet Nov. 15 at 6:30 p.m. at
the clubhouse, 1112 N.
Jan Griffin will give a pre-
sentation titled "Creative
Christmas craft with plant
The Strawberry Toastmas-
ters Club, the city's second
Toastmasters club meets
every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in
the Community Room at
South Florida Baptist Hospital,
301 N. Alexander St.
Call: Kathie, 719-7668.
Plant City Toastmasters
The Plant City Toastmasters
Club meets Thursdays at 7:30
a.m. at the Plant City Cham-
ber of Commerce, 106 N. Evers
Call: Hal Brewer, 752-4949.
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Doer: S. Doter Rd & Downing St,
Allen Chapel: 1109 E. Laura St,
Mount Olire: 13 IIIJ: Madison St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd.
1501 Colson Rd, "37'-3496
1212 W. Reynolds, 47"-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: Pinecrest Rd,
Belhbany: 9804 Harney Rd,
1110 N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 57-4 & Pettle Rd.
Faith Temple: 1-4 at
3409 SR 39 N. "52-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W of SR 39 S, 752-3351
Fort Alafla: Corner of South
Hwy. 39 & Swilley Rd, 737-4656
Keysville: SR 640, 737-4803
1.4 at Tbonotosassa Rd, '52-1614
U Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
Victory Worship Center:
County line Rd, '54-6089
Sydney: Sydney Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sydney-Dover Rd, 659-0532
Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372
Ahava: Turkey Creek Rd,
N. of SR 60, "37-3739
222 Alafia Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd. 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 S, 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W. Renfro St,
Beulah: Allen & County line Rd.
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
Euclid Dr & SR 5"4. 752-382
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: E. Keystille Rd,
..-.. Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Kesysville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, 752-3740
1310 N. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
< Dover Eastside: Countryside
Baptist Church, 2820
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
Eastside: 1318 E. Calboun St.
East Thonotosassa: McIntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of
Midway: Midway Rd, 752-7209
First Baptist lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
l thia-Pinecrest Rd. '3"-1121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer, '52-il0-4
First Thonotosassa Missionar':
Mciltosh Rd, 986-4"'56
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 II. Knights Griffin Rd.
Hopewell: SR 39 S. '3"-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hu.y,
lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd.
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd.
SMount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, "54-439"
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 I. Ball St.
New Hope Freewill
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
1700 N. Franklin St, '52-27'9
Oakwood: Airport Rd, '52-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 75--3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd. "37-2556
Shiloh: W. Terrace Dr. 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
St. luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St. 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Primitive Baptist
Church: 907 E. Laura St,
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
544" S. Turkey Creek Rd,
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
'ictory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W. Granfleld Ave,
901 N. Whitehurst Rd. '54-5405
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
Cork: Cork Road. 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd.
Mcintosh Rd, N of SR 574
Neu' Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover: Downing St, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, "3'-1331
I'02 N. Taylor Rd. 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
Kingsu'ay first: 2808 Kinswu'a
N.. Seffier. 65- '500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
"13 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St.
Allen & Haines St
St. Peter's: 301 N. Care' St.
808 W: Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our lord:
'28 W. Ball St.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. "'5-4-3843
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, "19-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, W of SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd. 681-2250
3202 N. Maryland Ave. 752-
Church of esus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd. "52-6364
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
Lord of Life ELC4:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
2402 Mud Lake Rd. 7'52-7863
Calvary Chapel of Plant Citv:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, '59-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough Ave,
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center: U.S. 92 E
Holy Protection Ukrainian
Orthodox Church: 3820 Moores
Lake Rd, Dover, 659-0123
Christian Life assemblyy:
3120 5. .iller RLd. 657-4802
Siring Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St. "59-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Maboney St, "5"-6123
ewn, life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 (lemons Rd. '5-i-"088
Dover: Moore's lake &C
Holiness Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the firing God:
1102 lfler St. "54-58#0
Evangelical Plant City:
110" Charlie Griffin Rd, "59-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W. Re.nolds St. "52-4211
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 5"4. Dover. 659-0930
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr.
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark-"United Church:
2914 Ilthia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
Doter First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr.
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St.
Thonotosassa: Fort King Huy
at Mistletoe Dr. 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St. "52-9316
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Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Off of 574 Dover)
7am,10 30am & 12 15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563 1Tfl
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St. Clement Preschool
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303 N. Ever- Street
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Sunday & Wednesday
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1911 N. Gordon St.
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Mission in Mexico
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., will
offer a program on mission
work in Mexico featuring testi-
monies, stories, and facts on
Nov. 14, 21 and Dec. 5 from 5
to 6:15 p.m.
First United Methodist
Church of Dover, Moores Lake
Road, plans a church bazaar
Nov. 13 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The event will feature crafts,
games, jellies, baked goods,
candy and more.
Grace United Methodist
Church, 1801 E. Cherry St., will
hold its annual Harvest Home
Festival dinner Nov. 14
Service begins at 11 a.m.
Former Grace pastor Eldon
Simmons is the guest speaker.
Dinner will follow.
Call: Ann Briggs, 759-1162.
First Baptist training courses
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., offers
Christian training courses on
Sunday evenings from 5 to 6:
15 p.m. Current courses are:
"A Heart Like His," a Beth
Moore Bible study for women;
"Christian Money Manage-
ment"; "A Study of the Book of
Revelation"; "Divorce Care";
and "Missions in Mexico, our
Neighbor to the South."
Divine Family Worship Center
Divine Family Worship Center
offers services Sundays at 11:
15 a.m. at the Comfort Inn,
2003 S. Frontage Road.
Bible study program
The women's ministry of
Bethany Baptist Church offers
a Bible study, "Beloved Disci-
ple: The Life and Ministry of
John," Wednesdays at 9 a.m.
The church is at 3409 N.
Musical theater program -
The First Baptist Church
School of Music will offer a
musical theater program for
its fall semester.
Classes will meet once a
week for 45 minutes and will
prepare to perform the play "A
Partridge in a Pear Tree." The
semester will conclude with a
dessert theater presentation.
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Pastor Shirley Wood of Unity Christ Church blesses Snowqueen
the duck as owner Miles Layman, 10, holds her steady. Unity, on
North Gordon Street, hosted the pet blessing Nov. 6. There
were several cats and dogs; Snowqueen was the only duck.
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Wanda Freels Ansell, 70, of Lithia
died Oct. 31.
, She was born in Detroit and was a
i lifelong resident of Lithia and a home-
She is survived by her husband, Jose
Suarez; two sons, Wade of Atlanta and
Joseph of Lithia; two daughters,
Lynette Ham of Plant City and Valerie
Schepis of Valrico; two sisters, Wanetta
Stevens and Molly Van Horn, both of
Lithia; seven grandchildren; and seven
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Roy E. Bradshaw, 54, of Plant City
died Nov. 4.
He was born in Sparta, Tenn., and
was a longtime resident of this area.
He is survived by his parents, Roy
and Frances of Plant City; two sons,
Kenny of Georgia and Dusty Wayne; a
daughter, Tae of Georgia; two broth-
ers, Bruce and Gary, both of Plant City;
four sisters, Barbara Olds, Linda
Howard, Wanda Rhoden and Connie
Young, all of Plant City; and 44 nieces
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Lucille Buell, 97, of Plant City died
She was born in Tampa and was a
She is survived by four daughters,
Frances Crosby of Deland, Lucile
McRae of Plant City, Marion Greer of
Guntersville, Ala., and Grace Mullen of
Fort Pierce; a son, William H. of Lake
Wales; 26 grandchildren and many
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Michael J. Haney, 48, of Winder, Ga.,
died Oct. 27.
He was born in Plant City and was a
He was a truck driver for Publix.
He was a member of St. Clement
He is survived by his mother and
stepfather, Doris and J.C. Hawkins of
Plant City; his father, Joseph R. Haney;
a son, Tyler of Katy, Texas; a daughter,
Holly of Katy; a brother, Patrick of
Plant City; five sisters, Margaret
Stubbs, Carol Feaster, Jacquelyn Fio-
rentino, Christine Haney and Marlene
Haney, all of Plant City.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Barbara D. Hart, 52, of Brandon died
She was born in Plant City and was a
lifelong resident of the area.
She was employed by Bill Friend
Studio for 13 years, and spent 22 years
with Super Brand Ice Cream.
She attended St. Peter Claver
She is survived by her husband, Eric;
a son, Eric II of Brandon; her mother,
Emma L. Platt of Plant City; and a
brother, Marshall Platt Jr. of Tampa.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Mary E. Head, 85, of Plant City died
She was born in Georgia and was a
She is survived by a son, Larry of
Fort Lauderdale; and three daughters,
Dale Dixon of Fort Lauderdale, and
Sherry Johnson and Wanda, both of
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
James L. Jurnigan, 50, of Plant City
died Oct. 23.
He was a lifelong resident of Plant
City and a Baptist.
He was the owner of Centrifuge
Sales and Parts and a member of the
Aircraft Owners Pilot Association.
Jurnigan is survived by his wife,
Kathy A.; a son, James M. of Plant City;
a daughter, Deanna Narragmore of
Plant City; his parents, James -A. and
Mary E. of Plant City; a sister, Kathy of
Plant City; and three grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Elmer "Bur" Logston Jr., 55, of Plant
City died Nov. 4.
He was born in Plant City and was a
He was a member of Northside
See DEATHS, Page 13
by TimothyJ. Haughty,
MORE THAN WORDS
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He is survived by a daughter,
JoAnn of Plant City; and three
sisters, Marie Gibbs, Mary
Logston and Gloria Sanabria,
all of Plant City.
Haught Funeral Home.
Wilburn Nelson, 91, of Plant
City died Nov. 3.
He was born in Logan
County, W. Va., and was a
retired coal miner.
He is survived by a son,
Webb of Riverview; a daughter,
Margaret S. Bowers of Jessup,
Ga.; several grandchildren and
many nephews and nieces.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Edwin J. O'Donnell, 82, of
Plant City died Oct. 31.
He was born in Boston and
came here from Milton, Mass.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II and was a
manager at Milton Academy
in Milton. He attended First
United Methodist Church of
He is survived by his wife,
Marion; three sons, Robert
Tatro and Brian Tatro, both of
Bridgewater, Mass., and
Douglas Tatro of Lakeland;
two daughters, Cheryl Clay of
Danvers, Mass., and Jean
Hackley of Plant City; a sister,
Marion Lavoie of Plant City; 11
grandchildren; and eight
Wells Memorial Funeral
Veronica Rivera, 27, of Plant
City died Oct. 30.
She was born in Fremont,
She is survived by her father,
William of Plant City; her
mother, San Juana of Plant
City; a brother, Joe of Dade
City; two sisters, Emily Segovia
of Plant City and Annabel
Rivera of Riverview; and her
maternal grandmother, Julia
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Lucille Davis Ross, 85, a
former longtime resident of
Arcadia, died Oct. 31.
She was born in Doerun,
Ga., and was an apartment
She is survived by three
daughters, Patricia Lawrence
of West Palm Beach, Linda
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nia Visconte of Valrico; three
sisters, Gladys Webster of
Douglas, Ga., and Juanita West
and Reba Genrich, both of
Plant City; five grandchildren;
and 12 great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Wilbur H. Quinn, 84, of
Seffner died Nov. 3.
He was born in Hurrican, W.
Va., and was a longtime resi-
dent of this area.
He was a pipefitter.
He is survived by his wife,
Jewel; two daughters, Connie
Syford and Jean Derenthal,
both of Seffner, four grand-
children; and eight great
Hopewell Funeral Home.
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thifig in the entertainment
cabinet, ignite the fireplace,
change the speed of the
ceiling fan, dim the lights in
the kitchen, arm the home
security system and surf the
"This holiday season," he
boasted, "I'll be able to
operate both the Christmas
tree lights and the outside
displays from right here."
"I'll be impressed," I said, "if
it makes a good cup of coffee."
In my house, you have to
get up from the couch if you
want to turn on the television.
The stereo, a solid arrange-
ment we purchased in 1980,
requires the same investment
of energy. My lawnmower
doesn't mulch, my alarm
clock doesn't answer the
phone, my phone doesn't
double as a PDA and my
microwave doesn't pick up
"Good Morning America."
Sometimes I wonder at the
legion of complexities we add
to lives already so deeply
Sometimes I wonder
at the legion of
complexities we add
to lives already so
from the heart of
what really matters.
disconnected from the heart
of what really matters.
"Don't worry," my friend
told me, "I've got a gizmo
here that will send out a
prayer automatically every
time you use the remote. You
don't even need to have God
on your radar."
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chairwoman for the
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Woman's Club, congrat-
ulates the club's 2004
From left: Scotty
Jenkins from Durant
High School, Laurin
Logue and Heather
Thompson, both from
Plant City High School,
and Natividad Santiba-
nez Jr. from Durant.
Photo courtesy Jan Griffin
Members of the Plant City Garden Club present the club's
October Beautification Award to Ola Jean Hardee, who
lives with her husband Jim at 1112 Knight St. The club
presents the award each month to the owners of a well-
landscaped yard in the Plant City area. Pictured are Liz
Miller, left, Dinah Helton, Darcy Stottlemyer, Hardee and
Photo courtesy Pat Pogue
The Plant City Civitan Club recently installed its club officers for 2004-05. From left, Robert
Christie, secretary; Pat Pogue, president; Ann Churchwell, president elect; and Lamar Lockhart,
Photo courtesy Cindy Roberts
Photo courtesy Maggie Rogers
Kash n' Karry district manager Randy Leffler, center,
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Betty Davis during the Wheeler Street store's annual
Employee Appreciation Day. Davis, a head cashier,
recently celebrated 45 years with the company, and store
manger Farley has 30 years. Employees also were honored
for helping areas of the state hit hard by recent hurri-
canes. Pictured at left, Master Shr Zhen Zhong of Tainan,
Taiwan, back row, center, visits recently with students of
Plant City's Pong Lai Martial Arts Training Center. Zhong
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Thespians Act The Fools'
SIMON COMEDY OPENS NOV. 12
By TONY MARRERO
John Harrer was a little worried when he
first read the script for Neil Simon's "Fools."
"I thought, this is not going to be good,"
Harrer said. "There's too much inane humor."
Then Harrer's fellow Plant City Entertain-
ment cast members took to the stage for the
"When we got up there and started to bring
the characters to life and put faces and expres-
sions and real people in it, it works," said
Harrer, who plays the villain, Count Youseke-
The entertainment group will present the
show Nov. 12-13 and Nov. 19-20 in the Hills-
borough Community College auditorium,
1206 Park Road. Show time is 8 p.m.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for children
and students through the 12th grade.
The husband-and-wife team of Tyler and
Angela Hollis direct the show.
Tyler Hollis said he fell in the love with the
obscure play from the first read. He said the
reason he likes it so much might be why it had
such a lackluster response when it debuted on
Broadway in 1981.
"At the time it was so different than anything
Simon had ever done. People were shocked by
it," Hollis said, adding that the show has been
reborn through the high number of commu-
nity and school theater groups that have put it
on. "It's had that revival because it's a hilari-
ously funny show."
"Fools" tells the tale of a village made up of
just that. The Ukrainian town of Kulyenchikov
is plagued by a scorned lover's curse that
makes everyone stupid. Leon, the hero, answ-
ers an ad requesting a teacher there and finds
See COMEDY, Page 16
TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
The cast of Plant City Entertainment's production of Neil
Simon's "Fools" throw out one liners throughout the show.
NOVEMBER 1 ,0004*THE COURIUERj* U1
Continued From Page 6
notes are backed up by
nothing. They work as a
medium of exchange because
the government declared them
to be legal tender. What that
means in practical terms is that
if someone owes you money,
you must accept Federal
Reserve notes no matter how
worthless you think they are.
You cannot, as Fidel Castro has
just done, decline to accept
them and demand payment in
Congress in 1913 abrogated
its duty to coin money and set
its value when it passed the
Federal Reserve Act, creating
a central bank. Again, many
people think the Federal
Reserve is a government
agency, but it is not in the
strict sense of the word. There
are 12 Federal Reserve Banks.
They are all privately owned
by the commercial banks in
their districts. Only the
Federal Reserve Board
consists of people appointed
by the president and
confirmed by the Senate.
Even these appointees serve
staggered seven-year terms,
which means no president
can really control them.
The whole scheme is a
racket by the bankers, in my
opinion. Here's how it works:
Let's say Congress, as it often
does, spends more money
than it takes in from taxes.
Congress goes to the Federal
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say, $200 billion. OK, says the
Fed, give us $200 billion in
U.S. government bonds. At
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The bonds are passed on to
the private New York Federal
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In the meantime, most of the
money in our system comes
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loans at interest. The more of
these notes in circulation, the
less each one will buy. In 1967,
$1 would buy four gallons of
gas or four packs of cigarettes.
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mostly, of the tremendous
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the constitutional power to
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16 THE COURIER NOVEMBER 11, 2004
Influential Luncheon Club Chews On Format Change
SOME OPPOSE A MORE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Each month, Plant City's business
and civic leaders gather to discuss
issues facing the city as part of the
Downtown Luncheon Club.
Now the club has named a steering
committee to find a way for the group
to become more active when it comes
to local issues. Some members don't
think this is a good idea.
Roughly 30 to 40 people attend the
downtown luncheon club, an informal
gathering held on the first Thursday of
each month, most recently at South
Florida Baptist Hospital.
The group, headed by retired lawyer
Bob Edwards, considers itself a club
that is not a club. It contains no mem-
bership, has no charter, no bylaws.
Attendance requires an invitation.
The luncheon often has guest
speakers ranging from civic and
governmental officials to Hillsborough
County administrators, commission-
ers and other governmental agency
As organizers of the group attempt
to define a more active agenda, several
regular attendees are not so sure it's a
Jim Redman, a lawyer and former
state representative, cautioned the
group about becoming too confronta-
tional in its agenda.
"I would prefer that this group
remain strictly an educational body"
Redman said. "I don't believe that it
should become a decision-making
group. It can't be. There shouldn't be
any division of ideas. The club would
lose its focus and soon dissolve."
Mayor Mike Sparkman, although
hot at the recent luncheon, agreed in
essence with Redman.
"We have all the room in the world
for discussion. But none of the civic or
service clubs, including the downtown
luncheon club, should undercut the
purpose of the city government," he
said. "While the club can provide
information and promote the
exchange of ideas, it is up to the city
government to determine policy or
develop a relation with outside agen-
cies and governments."
City commissioners, often in atten-
dance, must be mindful of the state's
Government in the Sunshine laws.
Elected officials are not to openly
discuss political matters in a private
meeting that they might have to rule
on at a later date.
"We are all aware of the need to be
careful regarding the sunshine laws,"
Sparkman said. "That is why we would
be better served by the club to keep
the discussions more general than
specific. Talking in the long term,
rather than present and pressing
issues is preferred."
City Attorney Ken Buchman said
that the downtown luncheon presents
no problems for office holders as long
as they are aware of the pitfalls such a
format might present.
"The sunshine laws permit office
holders to gather with any group, pub-
lic or private. But they cannot get into
a discussion between themselves
regarding a political or governmental
issue that may come before them as a
decision-making body," Buchman
said. "As long as the discussion is
general in nature, and does not enter
into a debate including the commis-
sioners, there is no problem. Other-
wise it should be avoided."
Despite some concerns, a steering
committee was set up to explore.
changing the club's format. Commit-
tee members include Edwards, Bill
Carr, a retired businessman; Jennifer
Closshey, the chairwoman of the
Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce; Felix Haynes, the president of
the Hillsborough Community College
Plant City campus; Stanley Kohlker, a
self-employed business consultant;
and Rick Lott, a Plant City city com-
missioner, chamber official and
"We could use the base of the club
in detailed discussions regarding
growth and development in the city,"
Lott said. "The chamber has already
developed a planning and growth
commission. We are all interested in
what the city might look like in 10, 20
or 30 years. Topics discussed at the
luncheon would be familiar to those
Lott said upcoming land use possi-
bilities could be good topics of
conversation, citing property sur-
rounded by the planned expansion of
North Alexander Street to Sam Allen
Road, east to Park Road and south to
Member Dave Miller said he liked
the overall concept.
"This format could evolve into a free
flowing exchange of ideas, as we have
had in the past," he said.
City Commissioner Bill Dodson
wondered if the urban service area
considered by Hillsborough County
could be helped along through the
"A municipality can work with the
adjacent governmental body dealing
with development and zoning and
planning questions," he said. "Using
an educational format (during the dis-
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Continued From Page 14
that he has exactly one day to breal
the curse by sufficiently educating E
dimwitted girl named Sophia, or he
will become a fool himself.
Derek Abbott plays Leon. Abboti
has played the lead for Plant Cit3
Entertainment before as Lenny ir
"Of Mice and Men." He most recently3
played Mr. Johnson in "Bye Bye
He said audiences should come
prepared for "silly fun."
"This is such a good cast anc
everyone's doing such a great job
I've really gotten into it," he said.
For Tanya Grinnell, who plays
Sophia, this show is all about firsi
times. The language arts teacher ai
Marshall Middle School said she ha,
always been interested in theater
but this is the first time she's evei
taken the stage. Her only theater
experience is having her students aci
out "A Midsummer Night's Dream'
"I figured the worst that coulc
happen was I don't get a part, anc
look what happened," she saic
laughing. "That'll show me."
Clark Brooks, who plays Slovitch
is doing his first show for the com-
munity group. He said the cast ha,
"There's been no drama, which is
good when you're doing a comedy,'
he said. "It's very familial here."
Rounding out the cast are Torr
Guerre as Snetsky, Chuck Levack a,
the Magistrate, Joseph Murphy a,
Mishkin, Jack Walters as Dr
Zubritsky, Andrea Cough as LenyE
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City Oct. 26-31 few fans came to see
the competition. The participation of
10 teams, which included a number of
athletes who competed in the recent
Olympic Games, didn't seem to help.
"I don't understand it," said retired
businessman Bruce Rodwell, who
serves on the chamber's board of
directors and as the chamber's vice
chairman for membership. "The ISF
fields a great product. The community
is always looking for good family enter-
tainment. And that is what we get from
the ISF events. But no one seems to
know they are even here. And the
media coverage was nonexistent."
Former city Commissioner Randy
Larson, whose name appears on the
four-plex fields, said the city and the
federation are missing a great oppor-
"You can look at this identity prob-
lem the ISF is facing in Plant City from
several different ways," Larson said.
"The city must realize that the benefit
brought to us by the ISF is not all about
softball. We stand to gain great
international recognition just by being
the home to such an international
organization. And then we have the
opportunity to enhance that image by
supporting the ISF product when they
do host a tournament. Somewhere
along the line we seem to be missing
Larson mentioned international
companies such as James Hardie
Building Products of Australia, Tata
Tea of India, Mastertaste, formerly
known Crystals International, which is
owned by the Kerry Group of Ireland,
and the Paso Fino Horse Association,
which has memberships throughout
"They all bring something to Plant
City that is separate from the products
they provide. We need to take advan-
tage of the exposure provided our area
by all of these companies," Larson
said. "I don't know who should take
the responsibility to get this done. But
we are missing something if we don't."
Marion Smith, president of the
chamber, said she is open to the devel-
opment of some marketing strategy
that may benefit the chamber, the city
and the federation.
"We went into this ISF experience
without anything to compare it to,"
Smith said. "If we knew in 2000 what
we know in 2004, perhaps things would
be different in marketing the ISF. But
the chamber is open to the idea of
bringing more recognition to the ISF
stadium events and international
competition being held there."
The thought has occurred that
combining a chamber event, such as
the upcoming chamber-sponsored Pig
Jam on Nov. 20, with a tournament
could help bolster publicity. Last year
the Pig Jam, a barbecue competition,
drew about 6,000 people to the four-
"We would need to coordinate our
schedules to pull it off," Smith said.
"But we can do it. We just need to get
together and see what we can do."
Porter estimates the federation
spent $250,000 of its $1 million annual
budget on the recent University
Games. The federation is also looking
NOVEMBER 11, 2004 THE COURIER 17
to make another sizable expenditure to
,place its Hall of Fame inside the orga-
nization's headquarters building next
year. Fan participation would go a long
way to make those efforts worthwhile,
"Hosting the University Games was
like giving a party that no one attends,"
Porter said. "We did what we could to
get the word out. We contacted schools
within a 100-mile radius and invited
them all to attend. We have a world-
class facility here. The best players in
the world were playing on the field.
And the admission was free. But no
Porter isn't about to give up.
"We like and appreciate what we
have here," he said. "The main thing is
that we utilize the facility. And if we
can we would love to tie one or two of
our tournaments with other events
held on the stadium grounds that
could help bring fans to the games. It is
disappointing when you bring world-
class athletes to the field and there is
no one to watch them perform. We
need to get better in that regard."
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huh!" went one. The audience,
a diverse mix of age and race,
got the timing down pat. Hur-
ston, sassy as ever, was
Jones, as poet Hughes,
talked about how he visited
Harlem as a young man study-
ing engineering. Something
about the neighborhood "res-
onates deep inside of me," he
said. Later, out of character,
Jones said the Harlem Renais-
sance was about blacks need-
ing to see a world in which
we could believe we exist."
He said "a dream deferred,"
mentioned in Hughes' famous
poem "Harlem," is "a very del-
icate thing, indeed." His
theory? That it does all the
things Hughes mentions in
that poem, including explode.
The active hurricane season
gave city officials plenty of
practice setting up the city's
Emergency Operations Center
and have them thinking city
hall might not be the best
place for it.
City staff is looking into to
relocating the EOC to the new
police complex currently
under renovation. The former
AutoNation facility would
probably be a better place as it
would consolidate emergency
efforts and would be safer in a
high-wind situation due to its
lack of windows, officials said.
Several city employees
recently received training to
help protect the city's water,
wastewater and other utilities
from domestic terrorism.
The course was offered
through the National Emer-
gency Response and Rescue
Training Center in various
locations throughout Florida
in cooperation with the
Department of Homeland
Security and the Office For
Domestic Preparedness. The
Department of Justice paid for
the courses, the city covered
lodging and travel expenses.
The course covered asses-
sing and reducing threats,
responding to and recovering
from incidents, and public
relations. Seventeen city
employees received certifi-
cates for the training.
Compiled by Tony Marrero
and George H. Newman
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book coming out this week on
the Tanner family history,
beginning with J.W. Tanner
Sr. in 1895. Six generations
have lived on the family
property on Tanner Road in
Mango, including, her
grandfather, Luther Tanner.
While Sheri did her grand-
mother's hair, she asked
questions and taped stories.
"My grandmother, Roselee,
has been gone about a year
now, but I wanted to record
the love story of my grandpar-
ents, who were married 62
years," she said.
Not only has she included
that story, but family recipes
of one of Plant City's early
pioneering families. You can
contact Sheri at www.sherira-
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"We're having a big party
on Nov. 20, out behind the
old cookhouse on Tanner
Road to celebrate the book,
and all friends and neighbors
are invited," she says. Con-
Sheri will be at Pioneer Day
to sign her book, along with
D.E. Bailey, co-author of
"Plant City: Its Origin and
History," and yours truly with
my grandfather's book on the
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months of training," he recalled,
By early 1944, Dell Yancey was in
New York City, preparing to board a
troop ship headed for Europe as a
band played tunes "to make you feel
good and patriotic," he said.
"When I walked up the gang plank,
for some reason they played, 'It Had To
Be You,'" he said. Night had fallen by
the time they set off and sailed by an
illuminated Statue of Liberty. "You
wondered if you was going to come
back or not."
On June 6, D-Day, Dell Yancey
landed on Normandy Beach, charged
with taking of care of the casualties as
best he could. Before the assault, Gen.
Dwight D. Eisenhower confirmed what
"He made a speech and said most
people who went ashore would not be
there that night," he said.
More than 160,000 Allied troops and
30,000 vehicles landed along a 50-mile
stretch of fortified French coastline
and began fighting.
Yancey remembers being struck by
how some U.S. troops landing on Nor-
mandy Beach would be shot several
times and, "kept fighting back because
they knew they weren't going to get off
"They fought like the courageous
men they were," he said.
As a "combat aid man," Yancey
didn't carry a gun, but rather a pack of
supplies such as tourniquets, blood
plasma, and what the soldiers would
demand, morphine. Early on he wore
the large red cross of his trade, but
would later remove it when the Nazi
snipers began to target medics.
TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Anthony Yancey looks at the Plant
City section of a book called "Florida
Patriots of World War II1" in which his
photo and service information is
He said he didn't think about being
"I had my job to do and the guys
with the guns had their jobs to do," he
Wounded troops would often ask
Yancey if they were going to die. No
matter how bad their injuries, Yancey
told them they would be all right to
keep their spirits up and keep the fight
alive in them, he said.
'They had to break us'
Meanwhile, as his brother pushed
his way east toward Germany, Anthony
Yancey, who had attended Plant City
High School, had enlisted in the Army
as a member of the 80th Infantry Divi-
An avid hunter, the lanky man with
the 28-inch waist said if he was going
to serve, he wanted to fire a gun.
After training in Camp Blanding in
Starke, Anthony Yancey, armed with
an M1 rifle, traveled to England and
crossed the English Channel into
France. By then, the front was in Bel-
gium. Yancey remembers hearing the
fighting long before arriving there.
He recalls sleeping in foxholes while
taking turns on guard duty. The cold
temperatures were rough for the Flor-
"I liked to froze to death," he said.
In the midst of fighting, "you could-
n't see the bullets, but you could hear
them all around you," he said.
One evening, while spending the
night in a barn in Luxembourg, Yancey
was ordered to go outside for guard
duty. The barn had a huge hole in the
roof from a previous shelling.
"You hear people say a shell never
hits the same place twice, but it did
that night," Yancey said.
The explosion killed a Tampa
solider, and would have killed Yancey
had he been inside.
Both of the Yancey brothers in their
respective companies pushed east-
ward to the Battle of the Bulge that
began Dec. 16, 1944.
Hitler sent a quarter million troops
across an 85-mile stretch of the Allied
front, from southern Belgium into Lux-
embourg. In the frigid winter weather.,
German troops advanced about 50-
miles into the Allied lines, creating a
deadly "bulge" pushing into Allied
The battle would last more than a
month, through the end of January,
"It was very fierce because (the Ger-
mans) knew they had to break us then
or they'd have nothing," Dell Yancey
By the time it was over more than
76,000 Americans were killed,
wounded, or captured, but the Allies
regained the territory they held in early
NOVEMBER 11',-2004 4 ,THECOURIER. 19 i
'Wasn't a hero'
The brothers don't think their units
ever crossed paths and aren't sure how
close they came to each other. In 1945,
Anthony Yancey was discharged after
15 months of service, allowed to return
home to his wife and three children in
Plant City. He made it through only
with a wounded foot.
Dell Yancey would go on to serve six
months in Japan after the United
States dropped the atomic bomb on
Hiroshima, working in a medical
supply depot there. He was uninjured
during his service.
He was discharged and came home
to Plant City in 1946. A third Yancey
brother, Orin, served in the Navy,
patrolled the U.S. East Coast and also
made it home safely.
Their parents, father William and
especially mother Beaulah Yancey
were ecstatic to have her boys home.
"She was one happy woman,"
Dell Yancey would meet his wife,
Norma, on a blind date in 1949 and
they married in January 1950. They
have three children. Anthony and his
wife, Louise, had five children. She
died in 2002.
Anthony said he was proud to serve,
but made it through the war on
"I wasn't no hero. I was just trying to
survive," he said.
Anthony Yancey wouldn't comment
on Iraq. His brother said he supports
"It had to be done," Dell said.
But he reflected on how perspective
.may have changed since he was in the
"Then they told us we were there to
make the enemy die for their country.
Today they say you're there to die for
your country," he said.
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tainment lineup Nov. 15.
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made on television, radio, in
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Ticket sales will be available
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and oldies show
Unity in the Community
has rescheduled its "Blue-
grass, Gospel and Oldies
Extravaganza" to Nov. 13 at
the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center,
605 N. Collins St. Tickets are
The show will feature the
Back Porch Bluegrass Band,
Trinity's Voice gospel group
and the Gee Daddy's oldies
band. Local Elvis tribute artist
Garyevlis also will perform.
The show had been
canceled because of Hurri-
cane Jeanne. Advance tickets
already purchased will be
honored for the rain date.
Proceeds help the nonprofit
group feed the area's'needy.
SAdvance tickets are avail-
able at the The Courier, 101 N.
Wheeler St., Family & Friends
Antiques and Collectibles,
1004 E. Baker St., and the
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce, 106 N. Evers St.
Tickets will also be sold at the
door. Call: Joyce Jordan, 752-
Women's health seminar
St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
will host an interdenomina-
tional Women's Health Semi-
nar on Nov. 13 from 8:30 a.m.
to 1 p.m. in the church's social
There will be featured pre-
sentations by physicians and
other health services. Admis-
sion is free.
The event is sponsored by
parish nurses in Plant City in
collaboration with South Flor-
ida Baptist Hospital.
Call: 752-8251, Ext. 311, or
Antiques street fair
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce will,
hold its Antiques Street Fair
Nov. 13 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
in McCall Park.
The fair is offered the
second Saturday of every
month and includes arts and
BloodNet USA will sponsor
a blood drive Nov. 13 from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. at Lowes, 2801
James L. Redman Parkway.
Singles' Night Out
First Baptist Church of Plant
City invites all singles to its
Singles' Night Out Nov. 13 at 7
The ticket office will open
Jan. 3 walk up and drive up
sales. Ticket office hours will
be 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
For more information on
ticket sales, call 754-1996 oi
The festival will be March
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p.m. at The Singles' Building,
103 E. Baker St.
Meetings, which are offered
the second Saturday of every
month, consist of a guest
speaker, live Christian music,
coffee bar, door prizes, fellow-
ship and more.
Child care, by reservation, is
FSGA hosts 'Jukebox Jam'
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the 22nd annual "Jukebox
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dinner Nov. 13 at the Ramada
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Along with fun awards such
as best dressed, jitterbug and
hoola hooper, FSGA will-honor
and recognize the many grow-
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volunteers and others with
awards. Tickets are $50 each
and must be purchased in.
advance, call 752-6822.
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to discuss the Holloman's
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School's multi-purpose room,
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Holly Turcich, 9, makes her way around the
Plant City High School track during the 4th
annual MS Walk Nov. 6. Turcich and friends
sold lollipops to raise money for the event,
which forwards all its proceeds to the MS
Society for multiple sclerosis research.
Roughly 250 attended and raised about
$9,000, said event chairwoman Carol Rodri-
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cussion periods) could prevent leap-frog
development in the county just outside
the city limits."
Other members said the group could
continue to bring in elected representa-
tives to discuss different subjects that are
pertinent to the Plant City area and sug-
gested that the new county commission-
ers could be brought in as guest
Haynes said a conversation between
the community college board of direc-
tors, the city's recreation department
and the YMCA might create some kind of
partnership between the groups for rec-
"We could also discuss the possible
methods of managing the Trinkle Build-
ing," Haynes said, referring to a planned
college classroom and community
center facility scheduled for completion
next year. The building was originally
planned as a joint-use facility that would
be funded by the city on college property.
The project was funded earlier this year
through the state Legislature, but the
management of the property remains
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Pig Jam is sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbecue Society.
Prizes will be awarded in each category
Kids' activities include rock climbing wall, moon walks and more
Crisis Band playing 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Hog Calling Contest
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Raiders' Barker Swims
Personal Best At State ,--
6TH IN 100 BUTTERFLY
By DAREK SHARP
It was not the best way for a
freshman to begin the most
important race of her high
Thinking she needed to
swim a best-ever time in order
to reach the state swim finals,
Plant City High's Stephanie
Barker had a minor crisis on
her hands actually, on her
Upon diving into the pool
to start her preliminary heat
in the 100 butterfly, Barker's
goggles came off.
"The straps came unhooked
or something and they fell
down to the bottom of my
head," Barker said. "I couldn't
Somehow, Barker managed
to push her way through the
water, just sneaking into the
butterfly finals Friday. Then
on Saturday, Barker swam her
best time ever to finish in sixth
place at the Class 3A meet in
Durant had two freshmen
also place in the top 10, both
in diving. Chris Plante was
sixth in the boys competition
and Kaylee Doback finished
ninth among 3A girls.
Barker had also qualified
for state in the 200 individual
medley, but did not have high
expectations for that race.
Based on her regional time,
Barker was seeded eighth and
thought she'd have to improve
her time of 58.33 seconds.
Hindered by the goggle
bobble, she actually swam a
See BARKER, Page 23
Plant City Football Team
Finishes Strong In Pasco
BEATS JENKINS 51-32
The Plant City Raiders are
going out with a bang. Take
away their unpleasant visit to
top-ranked Lakeland, and the
Raiders have had an
exceptional close to the
Last Friday they played at
George Jenkins, which had
just held the 10th-ranked
team in Class 4A, Auburndale,
to seven points in regulation
before losing in overtime.
Plant City rolled to a 51-32 win
over the Eagles.
Senior running back Der-
rick Hallback went for 234
yards and three touchdowns
while quarterback Jason
Brown added 173 yards
through the air along with two
The Raiders were set to
finish up the season against
King Wednesday, with a
chance to end with a 6-4
Dane Jones had Plant City's
best receiving total of the year
with 144 yards on just three
catches, two of them long
touchdowns that put the
Raiders ahead of Jenkins, 27-
10. The second one was a 65-
yarder from Hallback on the
From that point the
option-scoring pass came on
the first play of the second
quarter the Raiders could
not get anything going offen-
sively and Jenkins made the
score 27-24 at halftime.
Jenkins slowed the Raider
attack by going to a six-man
See RAIDERS, Page 23
Photo courtesy Lori Brown
Planters grab 3rd
The Plant City Planters 12-and-under AAU travel team finished in third place at the 2004 1st
Pitch Classic tournament in Lakeland last month. Planters players include LeviBrown, Cody
Akers, Tyler Packanik, Mikey Moore, Brian Hart, Nicholas Jones, John Peace, Cory Pawlak,
Bradley Young, Travis Cannoles and Tyler Blair. The Planters are coached by Dennis Packanik,
Mike Moore and Leland Young.
Winter Prep Sports Seasons Kick Off
The high school winter
sports schedule officially
kicked off Tuesday when the
Durant soccer teams hosted a
doubleheader with Plant. In
the coming weeks, basketball
and wrestling will also get
Durant's girls soccer team,
which reached the Class 6A
'state championship game last
year, is at Newsome Friday
and both play host to Sarasota
next Tuesday. Plant City's
season does not start until
next Tuesday at Riverview.
The Raiders don't have a
home soccer game until Nov.
Gary Meyer makes his
debut as Plant City boys bas-
ketball head coach when the
Raiders compete in a presea-
son tournament at Jenkins,
the program Meyer helped
build. The Jenkins Classic is
set for Nov. 22 and 23. Plant.
City's boys compete in holi-
day tournaments later at
Auburndale and Jesuit. The
Raider girls begin their regular
season Nov. 22 against Arm-
Durant's girls tip off Nov. 23
against Wharton and the boys
start Nov. 29 against Plant.
Wrestling gets the latest
start, the first week of Decem-
In the state volleyball tour-
nament last week, Durant lost
in the region semifinals to
Stuart Martin County in four
Martin County went on to
give No. 1-ranked Spanish
River a battle, coming back
from losing the first two games
to force a fifth game, with
Spanish River winning to
advance to the state semifi-
nals in Lakeland.
Area teams that reached the
state semis include Plant,
Tampa Prep and Bayshore
Narrow Losses To Dreadnaughts, Indians Mark Cougars' Season
STWAN TOPS COUNTY
By DAREK SHARP
It figures. Over the past two
weeks, everything has started
falling into place for the
Durant football team. The
Cougars beat playoff-bound
Middleton on Friday to
improve to 6-3, and were
expected to finish up the
season with a win over Plant
But looking back, about six
weeks to be exact, reveals
when the Cougars needed to
catch the breaks. On Sept. 24,
Durant came up just short in
an overtime loss to East Bay, a
result that ultimately put the
Indians into the playoffs
instead of Durant.
Still, Durant was on the
verge of being awarded an
extra game regardless. The
Cougars were a prime candi-
date to take part in the David
Logan Bowl this Saturday. But
Bright House Networks'
Channel 47 had to cancel the
game. The Florida High School
Athletic Association would
not allow nonplayoff teams to
play a makeup game on
Wednesday and then play an
additional contest on Satur-
Eric Keaton of Bright House,
the play-by-play man for their
weekly high school game-of-
the-week contests, confirmed
Durant was a very strong can-
didate to play in the game.
"Oh, yeah. Durant would've
been great to have. It would
have been great to let people
see the county's leading
rusher, too," Keaton said.
That would be Matt Stwan,
who put on another stellar
showing as the Cougars won
at Middleton, 28-14, on Friday.
Stwan ran for 258 yards, with
221 of them coming in the first
The crusher came right
before halftime. Middleton
trailed 14-3, but was on the
verge of scoring when the
Cougars stopped the Tigers at
the 1-yard line. On the next
play, Stwan burst through for
99 yards for his second long
touchdown and a 21-3 Durant
Chip Bowden threw for 179
yards and a 58-yard touch-
down pass to tight end Chris
A week after breaking Trae
Williams' school record for
yards in a season, Stwan made
the gap pretty sizable with his
performance against Middle-
ton. It gave him 1,635 yards
(Williams had 1,355).
Stwan was only expected to
add to that total Wednesday
"He is a special kid," said
Durant head coach Mike Got-
tman. "He is great academi-
cally, a great leader and
all-around great kid. You
never have to worry about him
getting into trouble. He always
represents Durant High
School in the best way possi-
Along with Stwan and
Thompson, the Cougars lose a
great crop of seniors. Others
who leave the team include:
Joe Armstead, Landon Beaty,
Jeff Corns, Frank D'Amico,
Dion Dehaney, Josh Diaz,
Anthonly Diquollo, Jason Fox,
Mark Hughes, Justin Hutchin-
son, Emanuel Lucas, Clint
McKay, Nathan Patrick, Ellis
Salley, Junior Smith, Brett
Smouse and Justin Stelzner.
Gottman firmly believes his
team could have done some
damage in the playoffs, but he
will not be pouting at home
Friday. He'll be in attendance
watching and cheering for -
the team that ultimately
knocked Durant out of con-
tention. Of course, East Bay
also happens to be where Got-
tman spent many years as an
East Bay is at unbeaten
"I will definitely be rooting
for East Bay. Their running
game is strong and teams have
been able to run on Hills-
borough so I think they have a
Cheering for a Class 5A-Dis-
trict 7 team does not translate
over .to the school that won
the district, however.
"I can't stand Lakeland. I'd
like to see them get beat right
off the bat ... it's just one of
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58.44 but it was still good
"When I hit the wall and
turned to look at the score-
board, I didn't think I would
qualify for the finals," Barker
said. "So I was very excited just
to be there."
There was plenty of other
sources of drama, unfortu-
nately, at the state meet loca-
tion. For the first time, all of
the state classifications were
holding their meets at the
same time. It created a big
headache, mostly lack of space
to fit both swimmers and fans
and poor scheduling, which
created a terrible backlog.
For instance on Saturday,
the diving events were sup-
posed to finish at 3 p.m. and
did not conclude until 5:45.
And since the FHSAA charged
admission to the diving and
swimming finals separately,
more than 1,000 people had to
wait, some for as long as four
hours, and some had to be
turned away. That included
parents who were unable to
see their children compete.
Continued From Page 22
those things," Gottman said.
Even though the Cougars
will likely finish 7-3, one could
argue they played their best
game of the season in their 21-
18 loss to Lakeland. Lakeland
hosts Chamberlain on Friday.
Elsewhere in Region 2, Palm
Bay is at Longwood Lyman
and Winter Springs visits Mel-
Of the rest of the teams in.
the region, none had a better
record that Durant. In some
districts, no teams even had a
Some teams made the 5A
bracket with less-than-flatter-
ing records, such as Jackson-
ville's Bartram Trail (5-5). In
Region 3 alone there are three
teams with worse marks than
the Cougars, including two
who play each other: Gibbs
(5-4) at East Lake (4-5).
Continued From Page 22
defensive front. Plant City
head coach Todd Long and his
staff countered with adjust-
ments which worked to
"They were using their goal-
line defense, so we went to our
goal-line offense," said Long.
The Raiders put three running
backs behind Brown, putting
Scott Williams back there
along with regular fullback
Ryan Taylor in front of Hal-
lback. "We basically pounded
it right at them. We ran one
play 12 times in a row. It felt
Hallback's second touch-
down put Planrt City ahead 35-
24 and the Eagles would never
get closer. He finished up the
offensive slugfest with a 59-
yard touchdown run in the
Hallback, Jones and Taylor
"That place was packed, I
mean packed," said Barker. "I
was just so nervous, I had to
keep going out to get fresh air.
That, and the fact it was states,
definitely had an effect on my
After spending the early
part of Saturday not thinking
about swimming, Barker
reported to the O'Connell
Center at around 3 o'clock and
she was ready for the final,
though it came a couple of
hours late. She set a personal
best time of 57.79 seconds.
The winner was Katherine
Noland of state team
champion St. Thomas Aqui-
nas, who swam a 56.07.
Much to Barker's delight,
the result has qualified her for
She thinks she can further
improve, and possibly earn a
state title before her stay at
Plant City ends.
"Hopefully, someday. There
were so many seniors and jun-
iors there, hopefully with them
gone I'll move up a little. I'm
not so much concerned with
winning as that I improved my
time," she said. "I wanted to
leave it all in the water, and I
Daytona Beach Mainland,
the team that beat Durant in
the state semis in 2003, is back
in the playoffs as is defending
runner-up Naples (9-0, ranked
Had the David Logan Bowl
gone on as scheduled, accord-
ing to Keaton, Durant was on
the short list along with teams
like Robinson, Seminole
Osceola and George Jenkins ,-
until Plant Citybeat the Eagles
Keaton added that the
David Logan Scholarship will
continue, to be awarded
despite the lack of a game this
Channel 47 will broadcast
high school playoff games via
tape delay each Friday at 10:
30 p.m. starting with Arm-
wood and Countryside this
are part of a very strong senior
group that Long will miss next
season. Other seniors include
E.J. Benton, Chris Hurley,
Taylor Jones, Austin Knipp,
Scott Nelson, Kalif Sheppard,
Jordan Strawn, Justin Thomas,
Dustin Watkins, Phillip Whig-
ham, Scott Williams and
"They made some big
strides," Long said. "What you
want to do is get yourself in
the hunt, and we did. The kids
got a taste of what it's like to
play in some big games."
Many of the seniors are not
done with high school foot-
ball. The East Hillsborough
County All-Stars will partici-
pate in a game against players
from Orange County (Orlando)
on Dec. 11, and those rosters
will be announced in the
Plant City freshman
Stephanie Barker, left,
gets ready for her heat
at the O'Connell Center
in Gainesville during the
state meet last week.
With Barker are her
Plant City High swim
coach Corrie Rennick
and her year-round
Greater Tampa Swim
Association coach Jim
Kiner. Barker swam to a
personal best 57.79
seconds in the 100
butterfly to earn sixth
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A RESOLUTION OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
IDA, PROVIDING NOTICE OF
OF AMENDMENT TO THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF
THE CITY OF PLANT CITY
(SMALL SCALE PLAN
AMENDMENT CPA 2004-
WHEREAS, Richard Leno;
Rosa E. Mindedahl; R.
Wade and Jeanna E. Weth-
erington; Ida Elizabeth
Bugg, trustee; and Marlene
Matfews.trustee, the own-
er of the subject property
have requested a small
scale plan amendment of
an approximately 6.00 acre
parcel of land located east
of Mindedahl Road and
south of Trapnell Road and
from Unicorporated Hills-
borough County Residen-
tial-1 (R-1) land use plan
category to City of Plant
XCity Residential-4 (R-4)
plan category; and
Whereas, the Hillsborough
County City-County Plan-
ning Commission ("the
held a public hearing on
proposed amendment to
the Comprehensive Plan
for the City of Plant City'
Whereas, the Planning
Commission has provided
its recommendations re-
garding said proposed
amendment to the Com-
prehensive Plan for the
City of Plant ity, Florida:
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
SECTION 1. As required by
Section 166.3187 (c), Flori-
da Statutes the City Com-
mission will hold an adver-
tised public hearing on the
proposed amendment to
he Comprehensive Plan
for the City of Plant City, a
copy of which amendment
is filed in the office of the
SECTION 2. The public
hearing shall be held in the
rium of the Nettle Berry
Draughon Municipal Build-
ing, 302 West Reynolds
Street (City Hall), Plant
City Florida, on November
22, 2004, at 7:30 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the mat-
ter may be heard, at which
time Interested parties and
citizens may appear and be
heard with respect to the
proposed snmallscale plan
SECTION 3. All persons are
advised that If a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made by City Commis-
sion with respect to the
proposed small scale plan
amendment. All persons
are advised that if a person
decides to appear any deci-
slon made by the City Com-
mission with respect to any
matter considered at such
mettetin, such person will
need a record of the pro-
ceedings, and such pur-
pose he may need to en-
sure that a verbatim record
off the proceeding is made,
which record includes the
testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal Is to
SECTION 4 The City Com-
mission of the City of Plant
City, FLorida, does hereby
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give notice of proposed en-
actment of an ordinance
AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING
A SMALL SCALE MAP
AMENDMENT TO THE
FOR THE CITY OF PLANT
CITY FUTURE LAND MAP
USE MAP AMENDING THE
LAND USE OF A PARCEL OF
LAND LOCATED EAST OF
MINDEDAHL ROAD AND
SOUTH OF TRAPNELL
ROAD PLANT CITY FLORI-
DA FROM UNINCORPO-
LAND USE PLAN CATEGORY
TO CITY OF PLANT CITY
GORY; REPEALING ALL OR-
EINANCES OR PARTS OF
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT
HEREWITH- AND PROVID-
ING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
SECTION 5. The City Clerk
shall cause to be published
in a newspaper of general
paid circulation in the mu-
nicipality and of general.in-
terest and readership in
the municipalty, not one of
limited subject matter,
ursuant to Chapter 50
Florida Statues a notice of
change of land use in the
form and matter required
by Chapter 163, Florida
SECTION 6.. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act any person
with a disability requiring
tion in order to participate
in this meeting should call
the City Clerk at (813)
659-4200 at least 48 hours
priorto the public hearing.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission onNovember 8,
Michael S. Sparkman
Virginia L Helper
Approved as to form and
Kenneth W. Buchman
NOTICE OF PUBUCC SALE
Notice Is hereby given that
onSat Nov20,2004 at 10:00
AM at PERSONAL MINI
STORAGE located at 4935
MLK Jr. Blvd. Plant City,
[FLorida. will conduct a sale
to the highest bidder or
otherwise dispose of the
content of rental units:
#233 STAN NEWTON: Plant
#2C9 FRANCISCO RUFFINO:
#228 ROBERT DUKKER: NY,
#212 ANTONIO HERNAN-
#277 RAY DAVIS: Dade
City#275 PERRY SYLVAIN:
#84 Erika Ramiiez: Plant
#151 & 154 DAVID RUSELL
EBERHARD: Plant City
#124 MARVIN WELLS:
#E-600 PASTOR FRANK
WINN: Plant City
#10 ELNORA LEWIS: Plant
#12 JOHN JEMER: Plant
#1n6 JOSE SANTIAGO:
#407 PAUL HAVANIC, JR:
#113 SYLVIA HOOKER:
la#107 Thomas Costello:
#115 NANCY BRANDON:
#67& 69 ROLANDO CARDE-
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#74 THERESA STEVENS:
#83 JANET HARGRETT:
#129 MICHAEL KEMP:
#336 DORICE MOORE:
This sale is being held to
satif a Landlord's Lein
NOTICE OF LATE
Take notice that Roberto
St-Pierre, whose residence
address is 1205 Montdale
Ct., Valrico, Florida, de-
clared to the director of
civil status of the province
of Quebec, Canada that he
is the father of Maxime
Guay, born on October 8,
1992 at the St-Francois
d'Assises Hospital and son
of Aline Guay. Consequent-
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civil status that he regis-
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of Maxime Guay in the act
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his surname will be modi-
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Also take notice that any
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fourteen years old or more
and to the director of civil
status of the province of
Quebec, Canada, not later
an twenty days from the
last publication of a notice
of this declaration.
October 29, 2004
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given
that on Friday, November
26,2004 at 12-:6 Noon,
SERVICE, 302 E. Calhoun
Street, Plant City7 FL 33566,
will conduct a safe for cash
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14101 Furniture | 410 Furniture |
BED $90 Brand New, Top Quality
A brand name, full or Furniturefor less.
queen Orthopedic Bedroom, Living,
Mattress Set, new in Dining Rms & More!
plastic with warranty Wholesale to the public!
can deliver. 813-363-0097 www.floridawholesale
BED Twin, & Hdboard, 813-643-1388
$300 Hutch $250, Filing
Cab $175 & Desk $400, BEDROOM SET 7pc, Pine,
Ethan Allen, Country Col- on canopy Like New pd
ors Autum Maple, Like $5300 Sell$3,500 pics on
Newcond.813-380-7119 ebay item #4333523911
BEDROOM $1000 conference Table 10'
All cherry wdsleigh bd, 2 perf cond,$499.8 Ques
ngtstnds, drsr mirror, hairs, exccond,$80 ea.
chest, new, retail $3K, Exec Desk & 2 match lat-
Can del. 813-870-070-0070 erals $485.813-891-9970
CORNER CURIO & HUTCH
BEDROOM $1550 lighted, 2 shelves,
Cherry Qn 4 foster set. oak exc. cond. $500 or
New inox. 8an deliver, both 813-426-5111
bedro oms.com Couch 425 Love $400
813-926E-8507 Chair $00. New Leather
BEDROOM $1,785 Can Del. 813-87-0070
11pc Exquisite hand
carved set, New in box- COUCH $475 Love $420
eswillsep.813-643-1388 Chair $325 BrandNew
Italian Top Grain
BEDROOM $399 CanDeliver 813-643-1388
A brand new cherry set.
New in box. Can deliver. COUCH & LOVESEAT,
813-870-0070 leather, $700.25" Sanyo
TV,$75, Dining rm table,
OOM $ $30 Call for a point-
BEDROOM$435 me nt 813-677-066 or
New Comp.lete 5 pc sets 732-9882
Incl HB NstandDrsr/
Mr, Chest, 813-643-1388 DAYBED
BEDROOM 1-10pc Comnlete op 2 p
King never used, sacrifice
Solid no $275 can del 813-926-8507
neers, lighndark finish. DECORATOR Samples 1 of
4 poster/sleigh. All a kind. Art Deco Forna-
drawers American settiD.R. $3600 Kitchen
dovetail, neverusedstill Island $2500 Burmese
in box. Includeslarge TV Daybed $1800 Many
armoire. Can deliver samples. 813-975-9490
cost $9,000 sell $3,900.
www.solidwood DINETTE $450
bedrooms.com Carved, Solid Oak w/leaf
813-293-7621 & 6 Ch, New In Boxes
Can Delv 813-643-1388
Bedroom 8pc King NING $950
Solid wood. Dovetail con- DINING$950
struction. New in box. All cherry Queen Anne
Cost$3700;sell $1550. style. Never us e, still in
wbox. Must Sacrifice! Can
813-293-7621 deliver. 813-251-3134
Bedroom BEAUTIFUL DINING ROOM SET, Ethan
BROYHILL 'Fontana' & Allen Country French 6
'Pleasant Isle' 2 mos Chrs $2,160
new, worth $100. Sell 813-263-3128
each $990.727-725-2708 813-661-2114
Classifed-the most effl- DINING ROOM SET- Ethan
cient, effective, economi- Allen, Classical Medal-
cal & user-friendly infor- lion Collection. Table w/
mation system available 6 chrs, 2 Ivs. Also buffet-
to heli you buy, sell or styIe server & console
find tegoodsand table. Good condition.
services you need! $2600.813-221-0293
14101 Furniture I
DINING TABLE gorgeous
mahogany w 8 Chip-
pendale chairs & match-
ing china cabinet. $1500.
All wood, cherry finish,
lighted w/beve[ed glass
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED, sell for $1650. Can
Dark Oak, 6 pieces will
hold 32 in TV. $50dobo.
Furniture for sale. Used.
Entert CTR, Tables, Lthr
Couches. See Pics at
Furniture Moving Sale
Sofa chairs, coffee/end
tables, patio furn, full
beds, dresser, ladies at-
tire sz 8-10, lamps &
more. Appt only.
NORTH CAROLINA FURNI-
TURE. AFTER MARKET
SAMPLES. 50% OFF ON
ERS SUCH AS BERN-
AMERICAN DREW &
bed & nightstd, $295; 5-
drw chest, $12-5; dbl drsr
$140; armoire $4950
recliner, bik Ithr new
$1500, sc $895.984-0064
Oak with extra thick
mattress. New in boxes.
Can deliver. 813-363-0097
Medium oak, honey fin-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in
box, cost $625, sell $285
almost 7' tall. Solid
wood. new in box. w/
Warr. Must sell. Can de-
LIVING rm set & match-
ing dining rm set, 6mos
old, exccond, 2 endtbls,
1 coffee tbl, 1 love seat,
sofa, couch, dining rm tbl
with leaf, 6chrs & hutch.
LIVING ROOM Set Beige
Leather, Sofa & Love
Seat, Rattan Cocktail &
End Table $575 eve-
14101 Furniture |
A baby soft Qu plush top
set in plastic w/ warr.
KING $180. Can
A brand name, full/queen
pillowtop Mattress Set,
King $195, new in plas-
tic with warranty. Can
Extra thick Qn Ortho P/T
set, new still in plastic,
retail $1195, sacrifice
$250. Can deliver.
Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubber rails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new In box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1150.
Sofa $200 Love 175
Chair $150. Uphol. New
still in plastic w/warr.
Must sell! 813-251-3134
Sofa $300. Love $290.
Chair $185. New still in
box w/warr. Family
SOFA & CHAIR, All soft
Italian Ithr Calita, 1 yr
old (in AC storage 7
mos) retail $3100, sell
Sofa, Chair, sleeper bed,
tables, child gate,
Plant City 752-2591
SOFA & love seat $250; Qn
sz bed w.'mart$150 din-
$25: wooaen cupboards
All Italian top grain
leather set. New in
plastic. Only $825. Can
SOFA & LOVESEAT, all
Bassett, 2 mos new, w/
warr, Worth $2800 Sell
Sofa, Loveseat and chair,
Carolina Sofa. Like new,
Spot Advertising Works
1410 I Furniture I
Full Mattress& Box
GE Washer & Dryer
115 S. Evers Street
SOFA, RECLINERS, THE-
ATER SEATING UPHOL-
STERY & LEATHER
SALE 40% Off All
Furnishings. By appt
Campaign style, queen
platform bed wirh mat-
tress, 2 pier cabinets,
light bridge & mirrors.
$550 obo 813-996-7312
TO THE PUBLIC
full boxspring/matt $159
4 pc set Dresser/Mirror,
4 Drawer Chest, Head-
Bunk Beds $195.
Sofa & Loveseat, Metro
Fiber Fabric, Earthtones
115 S. EVERSST
CLOSEOUT SALE. Resin
Wicker Patio Furniture.
Dining Sets & Bar Stools.
Access. & Gifts.Forever
Moving Sale. All must go.
8oc Bedroom Suite. Roll-
top Dek, 2 Lving Room
414 | Wanted
Used furniture and appli-
ances wanted. Good
cond pref. Consignment
also avail. Please call
1416 1 Appliances I
Lowest $ Guaranteed.
Appliances, $74.50, up.
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
1416 IAppliances I
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
ES IN TOWN! Large se-
lection of washers, dry-
ers, stoves & refrigera-
tors. $79.50 & up. War-
ranty & delivery in lim-
its. Don't gamble, know
your dealer! 45yrs exp!
604 Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288.
Appliances GE, Fridge
w/ice maker, Electric
Range, Dishwasher, All
whie. 5 yrs. old. $600.
USED WITH WARRANTY
4000 W. Kennedy
11900 N. Nebraska
SHOPPING MADE EASY
That's Classified's prom-
ise! Classified delivers!
Mom & Pops Applianc-
es, $75 & up, W/D, Stove
& Refr. 10 30th St
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, very
clean, excellent cond,
used very little. $375
WASHER & DRYER
Nice condition with war-
ranty $200. Can Deliver.
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
A/C & HEAT PUMP Sys-
tems. New In Box with 5
& Oyr factory warrty @
wholesale prices. 2 ton
$787, 3 ton $887, 4 ton
994. Install kits avail.
or professional install.
Free Del. Li# CAC057914
2004 Close out Specials!
A/C new in box. 5yr Fact
War All Homes, Siz-
es: M.Homes, 2-ton
$790, V -ton $840, 3-
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REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
Air 4201 Musical I Radio, TV, &
4181 Conditioners jI Instruments 424 jIStereo
UsedMobileHome&Cen- PIANO 1925 Cable Up- FREE 4-ROOM DIRECTV
tral Systems. 2-5 tons. right. Excellent condi- SYSTEM including stan-
$200 & uD w/warranty. tion, needs tuning. In- dard installation. 3
Can Install. Repair work eludes bench. $650 OBO, Months Free HBO & Ci-
also. NTA CAC 1813656. (813)956-6713 nemax! Access to over
813-748-9265.907-3838 PIANO Kawai bab 25 channels! Limited
PIANO, Kawai baby time offer. S&H, restic-
Musical grand, walnut finish, tions apply.
420 Instruments almostnever played, 1-800-260-2813
$3000. Call after 5pm
.813-689-1965 FREE DIRECT TV
AMP, Mackie M1400 $400 -SATELLITE SYSTEM. UP
POWER AMP Crest Au- PIANO RENTALS TO 4 ROOMS INSTALLED
dio V1500 $700- Mikes, 4 WITH OPTION TO BUY TO ROOFREESTALL
Sure 58 all 4 $300 $25/mo Lowst rates in FL! 813-748-8854
Mixing Console, Mackie BECKER PIANO
24.8 W/Viking case, $900 813-837-3632 STEREO Klipschorn
813-299-3516 ithQUICKACTION Speakers NAD 2600
Amps, DJ Equip, Speakers rates, selling is a snap! reamp. Senior owned.
Wireless Mics, Lighting, Call today for rates. $3,900/all. 727-533-9270
Bestay Area Ask about our PIANO SALE NN You can unload your
do it ourself D pk Best PricesIneTpa Bay washer with an ad in ap-
Beamworks Inc. Rentals Specials/Close Outs pliances, class 416.
& Sales. (813)855-0709 Bew, Used, Rent
bSa e -0m09 0Yamaha, Kawai & More TV BIG 55" HD Digital
beamworksmc.com Owner/Operator27Yrs 16x9 widescreen, 2003
CLASSIFIED Cal 1813-855-1227 model included deliv-
ISACCESSIBLE ery.$1300 orgood cash
Grand Plays & sounds
BASS & GUITARS great. Black, disk avail, TV'S VCR'S STEREO'S
BAY AREA'S BEST! Must sell $4500 obo CD & DVD Players
USED VINTAGE- RARE 727-345-5602 **$29.99**
BUY -SELL-TRADE PIANO-Yamaha Grand Sa'1505W.BuschBvPawnd.813-932-7999
LEGENDS 813-348-0688. Ebonypolish, plays and 1505W. Busch Blvd.
sounds great, with TV Sony 36 inch, KV-
D ms bench. $5,000. Call 36XBR800. With match-
DRUMS 727-644-8591 ins stand. Paid $2500.
AJ's Pro Percussion Selling for $1300.
New-Used-Vintage Sellourcamerainasnap 813-767-3460/818-7479
Drum Lessons with an ad in class 426!ADVERTISE IN CLASS 631
WeBuyDrums* Anything VIOLINS New $100 Ger- ANDSEEYOURVAN GO!
Call AJ. 813-353-1829 man $150. Viola $150.
DRUMS, Tama Rock Star Cellos $319. Cases & I WANT TO BUY non-
DRUMS, Tama Rock Star Bows. Mandolins $120. working Big Screen
Like new Zildilan C Guitars $150. Trumets Televisions. Please
$1000 new asking $650 Clarinets & Flutes $199 Call 813-986-1229
obo813- 85-9767 Del avail 727-945-9427
WntAds Low cost, expert repairs I WANT TO BUY any high
Want Ads Radio, I TV, & end electronics; Bose,
GUITAR 1974 Vintage 424 e Klitsch, Macintosh,
Guild Acuuslic. arched IStereo I Krell, anynvmanufacturer
bacK. Rare Ind!! Must Cash. 727-643-6661
sell. E>c shape. $675 Bi ..Screen Televisions,
olo.813-468-1113 5300. 52" $400, 14271 Electronics
KEYBOARD KORG Triton, with warranty. DJ Equipment, Tech-
61 key & Digidesign, Pro- Call 813-986-1229 neaks, turn tables, spe-
Tools7001. 2500. FREE 4-ROOM DIRECTV cial edition. SL1210M3
407-765-4184 TMncdD ta $450. And other assort-
813-661-4745 SYSTEM includes stan- r assort-
dard installation. 2 ed equip. 813-672-8090
Organ, Lowrey Serenade MONTHSFREE HBO&C; I Medical
w/storage bench, mod- nemax! Access to over 1428 IEu
el LX/410, features 84 225 channels! Limited Equip.
fully orchestrated :ime offer. S&H.Restric-
rhythm/tap tempo/ :iors Apply. (866) ABSOLUTELY NO cost to
MCS magic lights/light- 500 4056 you. New power wheel-
ed ABC's/80 pre-set chars scooters. Call us
reg/music recorder/ FREE 4-ROOM DIRECTV toll free 1-800-843-9199
flute draw bars/master SYSTEM, Including Day/night to see if you
volume. 5 yrs old, Standard Installaton! 4 qualify.
beautiful solid wood Months Free Progam-
cabinet, + songbooks. ming. Total Choice Pre- Aerobiciser
863-382-9058 mier with Local Chan- POWER WHEELCHAIRS
nels. Over 205 Channels! Hospital Beds
ORGAN, Wurlitzer With Subscription to You May Qualify at
console theater, 950TA, NFLSundayTicket, $360 N
Immaculate condition Value! Call Now to Or- NOCOSTTOYOU!
home use only. $4999 der! Direct Satellite TV 813-269-8049
obo. 813-685-0121 1-800-823-8595. MEDICARE/MCAID/INS
Too many clubs?
Selling them is just a phone
Start by calling The Courier
classified department at:
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48lI Medical I
Simmons & Flexabed at
$$ BIG DISCOUNTS $$
Scooters, lift chairs
&a large SHOWROOM
of home medical equip.
Active Medical 335-2159
Cost" if Eligible. Scooter
Type / Hospital Beds /
Manual Chairs. We Ac-
cept Medicare & Private
Insurance. Fre Delivery
Helping Hands Medical
Equipment CallToll Free
SCOOTER, Pride Celebri-
ty, used mo $1500 obo.
Ramp $150. Lift Chair,
Pride like new, $500.
WE BUY SELL TRADE
i o Office Equip.
4301 & Furniture
Arm Chairs Desks Files
Used Office Furniture
Qity. At wholesale ric-
es!! EOF 813-877-9400
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T -
Norstar, also Voice mail
Al condition $499.00
6'x 7' Steelcase 2 yrS.
Desks! Files! Chairs!
Largest quality selection
Unbeatable $$! E.O.F.
FAXES & PRINTERS
Files Files Files
Commercial Grade & Qlty
5 Drawer Lat Files $200
4DrwrVert. $49 like new
Hayworth, 8x8,1 flipper,
1 shelf, corner work sur-
face, grey in color, $550.
Delivery & set up avail-
able. WE Buy Worksta-
tions. (727) 647-2170
We Buy Office Furniture!!
Top Dollar Paid $$$
Economy Office Furniture
431 Computers &
$99 Internet Ready
starting at $149. 21"
monitors starting at $99
New systems starting at
PC Services 931.4976
BUT NO CASH?
CREDIT CHECK- Bad
Credit- Bankruptcy OK.
10A-9P EST Mon-Fri
Re quire d.
AMD 2400+ SYSTEM $345
Sempron CPU, 256 MB
Memory, 80 GB Hard
Drive. 52x CD-Burner,
Video, Audio, and more.
New& 1I Year Warranty!
14918 Nortn Florida Ave.
MF 10-7 (813) 264-0408
56K Modems $18.00
14-21" Monitors $20&UP
HP Printers $30.00
Hard Drives $10.00
PII Computers 65.00
Pill Computers $00.00
COMPUTER REPAIR $45
Flat Labor Fee + Parts.
14918 North Florida Ave.
1 Block South of Bearss.
HP Design Jet 450c plot-
. recent service, extra pa-
per & ink cartridges
Laptop Below Whole$ale
NewOJsed! Dell, IBM!
Beat allprices. Wireless
Laptop Sale! G-way 5300,
P1I 750. 128 ram, 10 gig
hd, CD rom, modem, lan,
Swin98 $400 + tax. Chris
813-884-4433 ext 242
LOW COST SERVICES
Network Cards $11
Modems $15. LCS 1505 W.
PREOWNED Laptops for
sale at Wholesale Pric-
es. Many units avail.
From $450-$900 + S/H
Rent To Own Computers!
Bad Credit OK!
Class 584 is your ticket to
431 Computers &
PENTIUM 4 SYSTEM,
BRAND NEW 2GZ, BLAZ-
ING FAST DDR GRAPH-
ICS. WINDOWS XP PRO.
1 YR WARR, REPAIRS &
LOW COST SERVICES
Network Cards $11
Power Supply $29
Modems $154LCS 1505 W.
Busch Blvd 813.714.3515
12' Trailer w/box, 2- 52"
scag tractor & 1 36"
scag tractor. Package
deal or sell separately.
MOLDING Machines (3)
Molds, equip., invento-
ry. Must sell, best offer.
PRINTING EQUIPMENT 2
presses shrink wrap,
sml bindery equip. Ideal
for small starter shop.
Vending Machines 8 soda
& 11 snack stackable's
Very good condition.
Many extras. $4500obo.
Walk in freezer w/new
equipment, 7x7. U dis-
14 A Restaurant/
4'3 Hotel Equip
Concession Trailer 18x10.
2yr old, custom, filled
w/top of the line restar-
aunt equipment For info:
HOBART Mixers. Glais
Door Coolers Grills,
Stoves, Pizza Ovens, &
walk-in coolers. Call
MILK SHAKE MACH.& ICE
CREAM MACH. Both
Taylor brands. Good
cond. $1000 ea or $1500
Roll Around Open End
Coolers/ Freezers/ Ice
Cream Freezers, Com-
mercial grade, Run 24/7,
Exc cond! $150-$300,
NEW & USED-BUY & SELL
15510 N. Nebraska
Gondola, Warehouse &
Parts Shelving. Show-
cases, Slatwall, Clothes
racks. Inventory Reduc-
tion Sale. 813-628-4332
7 Days Only !
Lozier Sheving, Coolers
& Freezers Safes,
Display & much more.
Call For New Locatiors
SALON Equip/Furn. 4 sa-
lon chairs blk, 4 wet sta-
tions blk/wht, 4 36in rnd
mirr 8 3x5 floor mats
blk, 2 dryers blk. 5K for
all. 813-741-2887 9-6pm
i 1AN Builder's |
All Metals Roofing,
Standing Seam, roof
snap-Lock Panels. Easy
to install Visa/MC
All Real Wood Flooring
Pine #2 grade 1x4 29t
Lin ft.; lx6 68tlinft,lx4
Cypress T&G 38t ft,
Select grade 58c ft; 1x6
T&G Cedar or Cypress
954 ft; 2x8 Pine log
siding 95 ft 2x8 #1
treated log siding $1.85
ft. All products milled on
site. Ask about
CLEARANCE & DEFECT
Bundles BIG DISCOUNTS
%" American Oak Floor-
ing Wholesale from the
Original Guy who start-
ed In this section. I buy
flooring from all over
the world no Middle-
man. I have more prod-
ucts in stock than any-
one that will sell to the
public. Containers of
Wood, Laminate, Ce-
ramic starting at .99 sf.
Come where tne Build-
ers & savvy buyers buy
Call us and we'll come
right over to measure
and make plans to fill
your needs. Yeager's -
Nobody beats our quali-
ty or service let alone
Do It Yourself
OrWe Design & Install
shipped direct to your
home, wholesale prices,
Spot Advertising Works
440n I Builder's
440 1| Supplies
DYE YOUR CARPET OR
Flooring Brazilian Cherry
Pre-Fin Paid $5 Sell for
$3 obo 3200/sf in all
Call after 3pm
Prefinished oak still in
boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
Will split, 813-225-1298
GATES, New, Ornamental
Choose your design,
from .99 cents Sq. Ft. Ex-
os, Oak bambo, pre-
finished & unfinished.
Bellawood w/50 year
preflnish, plus A lot
morel We Deliver any-
where, 5 Florida loca-
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From
Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Acces-
sories. Quick turn
around! Delivery Avail-
able Toll Free (888)393-
* MEXICAN TILE*
FINISHED and RAW
* 813-884-6127 *
Through making waves?
Place a classified ad &
letsailors get wind of
Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs, 36" door
&2 7x8 garage doors inst
Other sizes avail
METAL ROOFING: ALL
TYPES. Discount Pric-
ing! Buy Direct from
izing in Commercial &
Residential Twenty (20)
colors with all accesso-
ries in stock. Quick turn-
Steel Buildings, Compo-
Buy direct from the larg-
est manufacturer in
Southeast We've built
over 13,000 buildings. 20
24x28 was $8,900, sell
28x46 was $13,980, sell
48x100 was $29,800, sell
Call ow! Joe 1(800)392-
STEEL BUILDINGS FAC-
Liquidation Sale. 25x30,
$3,700; 30x40 $4,850;
45x80 $10,900; 50x150
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
installed; 18x21 Build-
inns from $2,375;
Cal for More sizes
12'x16' SHED all steel
$1,500. Also dinette with
4 chairs, $40. Sofa and
love seat $70. Please
call: 813 -4339
WEED out your old lawn
mower with an ad In
ALUM-A-POLE(S) (2) 2
sets of Alum-A-Pole
scaffolding. New and
unused. Planks not in-
cluded. Will sell both or
one. $1000.00 each set.
2,000 Firm, (813)
Grizzly 10" Contractors
Table Saw &
for both obo.Call
813-635-9293 after 5pm.
tablesaw, lathe, jigsaw,
handsaw, planer, many
accessories, Ig shopvac
I Machinery &i
S449 Heavy IEqup.
Auto. Lift, 2 Posts $1600
Ammco Brake Lays
FMC Brake Lays $1700
Auto Shop Equipment:
Lift, oncar brake lathe,
scanner, transjack, bat-
tery tester, oil drains,
shop fan, misc. $5000.
Yale 184" mast, side
shift, $4500; 1995 50001b
Hyster, 184" mast side
shift great cond $6500
Call Greg 813-453-5880
FORKLIFT 3500LB GCF15
Clark, LP gas, side shift-
er, power steering, good
tires, no leaks, lifts 122"
$4300 obo. 813-719-1367
I441 Machinery &
SALE Our new models
are arriving. Must move
100 UNITS out of our
rental fleet to make
room. Must make room
in the fleet! Call Ringlift
for a SUPER DEAL!
since 1974. Parts, Svc.,
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
since 1974. Parts, Svc
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
new 5000w, 10 hsp, 5 gal
EB6500X w/RV 30 amp
120V outlet approx. run
time 10hrs7tank of gas,
sells for $3200. Will take
$2500. Dave 863-453-8110
NEW HYDROTEK Pro
Press Cleaner 20hp 4000
psi Kohler heat 250 on
6000# axle 5x8trlr. +
extras. (941) 355-0564
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ARCADE GAMES Coin op-
erated, NFL Blitz, Area
51, Street Fighter 2.
Great money maker or
Paid $5,500 will sell
GOLF CART full lights,
high speed motor, wind-
shield, new switches &
battery box. $1,500. Call
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GOLF CART WANTED.
Prefer Club Car
GOLF CLUBS Mizuno MP
37 Irons, 3-pw $500;
Taylor Made 306 Irons,
NEW GUN SALES
22 Rifles starting@ $60
Crown 788-2520 Z'hiIls
POOL TABLE $1,450
A 4x8 solid wood exqui-
site professional Table.
1" Italian slate, new in
boxes can deliver & set
up. Call 813-363-0097 ,
Pool table #1 Own The
solid wood. No MDF. 2"
thick plus 3 pc slate.Lthr
pkts, K-66 rails. 4- sticks,
free stick rack and
marble balls. Never
used, cost $6000. Sell
Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tournament
slate, K66, 100% gum
rubber rails, diamond
sights, carved cabinet,
new in box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1150.
POOL TABLE, beautiful
maple Robertsons, like
new, warranty $1500
will deliver. 229-2779,
Burgundy felt, 1" slate
Began balls. $606
Remington 270 Bolt
Winchester Mod 94
REMINGTON RIFLES- Mod
742, S-A, 30-06, $425 and
Mod 7400, S-A, 3-06,
$450. Both w/ extras,
exc cond. 813-831-6922
RIFLE CZ 308 cal. bolt
action, very clean,
scope available. $500.
SHOT Gun, Rem. 58
$325; Rem. 1100 VentRib
$375. Both semi auto-
matic 12 gauge. Like
new 813-782-3166 RIFLE
110 Savage 3006 scope
like new $265
Sportsman Quail &
Pheasant Farm. Day
Hunts available. Quail &
Class G& Class G Requal.
PARABODY, Pro Sys.
comply. incl. wts also
barbells 3-30 Ibs. Must
see, A real bargain $800
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SCOOTER Jet 3 Ultra, 6
wheels, leather uphol-
stered. 3 hrs usage.
460 Mowers I
42" & 50" $3500 $3995
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
lection that's just right!
LAWNMOWER Dixon 30"
ZTR30, New in 2001. Well
kept. Residential use.
Mobile Repair Service
Cranks & Cams 236-3363
behind 14 h, 52", runs
good, $600. 813-986-9566
Mower w/28 hours &
mulching kit, Gravely
Pro G Pro Steer, w/36
inch deck, Trailer 5x10
also avail. $1800obo. Or
For both $2300.
Toro Z-Master 62in cut,
25HP (3), Hustler 72in
cut, 3 cyl Kubota. $1850
each or $6000 for 4.
1465 iLawn & Grdn
8HP, B/S, electric start,
built Koi fish and Gold
fish ponds. Watergar-
dens are a Great Addi-
tion to any Home and
Garden call for a FREE
estimate. (813) 362-8601
BOOMTRUCK 1983 Ford
Extracab.18 foot tree
trailer, two tree carts
and tools. Ready to work
OBO, (813) 662-6143
CONTAINER OAKS, 45 gal.
$50; LIGUSTRUM 45 gal
8' $125 813-748-8646 /
986-3302 Reg #47220672
EQUIPMENT & OFFICE
FURNITURE FOR SALE
CLOSING OPEN TO PUB-
LIC 4703 N. WILDER RD
PLANT CITY MON-SAT
DPI REG # 04089000
1480 | Dogs I
AKITA PUPS, AKC p.o.p,
2F, 1 big & white, 600
1 brown & white $400 hIth
certs. Adult male $150.
AKC registered, 1 year
old. Parents on
with children. Current
on all shots. $300Call for
14801 Dogs I
AKC reg. 9M & 2F. Reds
and BIk & Tans. Health
Boston Terriers, Males &
Females AKC, $400.00
v Boston Terrier Pups T
AKC, 10 wks, health certs,
crate trained. $550.
BOUVIER DES FLANDRES
fawn puppies, CH sired,
8 wks, AKC OFA POP,
Loyal, intelligent pro
tective family dog. $950
& up. (813) 986-2622/
863-738-5 1 1 5
BOXER pups, ready 11/10,
AKC reg, 1 female, $450/
BOXERS- AKC, Males &
Females, 8 month old,
all shots, $325 each.
BRUSSEL GRIFFON PUP,
AKC, 8 weeks old, male,
real playful, $900.
Cairn Terriers, AKC pups,
M/F taking deps $450-
$600. Kid/people trend-
males, parents AKCC
health cert, 1st & 2nd
CAVALIER KING CHARLES
/IMPERIAL SHIH TZU
6 weeks old, great mark-
ings, beautiful. Call
Chihuahua, black male 9
wks first shots, $350
needs good home. Very
playful and lovable.
New Litter........ AKC Reg
parents on premises
Males $400. Females $425
Taking Dep 813-546-0513
View/purchase online at
Chihuahua Pups, Ready
to go! 5M, IF. Both coat
types, H. Certs & reg.
$450 & up 884-2272,
CHIHUAHUAS All sizes
Avail. Teacups & Toys.
10 wks old, shots, hith
certs. Reg. Many colors.
Puppies, 1 M, 1 F, AKC
hlth certs 12 wks old.
$400. Yorkie, F12 wks.
'rare' choc, 11 wks, 2
males show quality,
POP, filth certs. $325-
DACHSHUND Mini pups
Short hair, chocolate &
black and tan health
certs, crate trained.
Many Colors, Short And
Long Coat, Hith Cert
Taking Deposits. $300 &
DOBERMAN, Female, 1.5
yrs old, ears & tail done.
$500 cash. No checks.
DOBERMAN PINCER Pups
AKC, BeaUtiful Black &
bred for good disposi-
tion tails, dewclawed,
shots, wormed, $400.
English Bull dog Pups, 3
male, fwn/brdl, white
cert, ready 10/17. $1800.
ENGLISH MASTIFF Pups,
AKC & Heath Cert. 2 M
1 F Left $1,250 Ready 11/7
813-782-4465 Lv Msg
14801 Dogs I
PUPS AKC 2F/1M
health certs, bk&tan or
solid blk. $350.
AKC, Big Boned Pups/
Adults, Rich Colors &
Blacks, family oriented.
$650 & up (941)809-6242
GERMAN SHEPHERD AKC,
health cert. black& tan.
2 males. POP.
GOLDEN RET PUPS, 8-M,
father is Eng cream im-
port sired by Austr ch,
exc lines, guar $1200 ltd
reg. 352-694-1568 Ocala
Golden Retriever pups, 9
wks old, AKC, HC, 1st
shts, parents on prem.
Champ Lines. Males
$400 See at
w/purchase of cage
SELECT DOGS $50% off
PARAKEETS 88 cents
w/purchase of cage
Poodle Westie, Bichon,
Min Schnauzer, Boston
Terrier, Cocker, Silky
Many Other Breeds Avail
One Year Warranty
Complimentary Vet Exam
Free Training Program
7699 W. Waters Ave.
Near Waters & Hanley
M-Sat 10-9, Sun 12-6
HAVANESE PuPs AKC, no
contract, males, $I000-
$1400. (813) 782-6570
Puppies, M-F, 8-12 wks
ol great colors, $500 to
JACK RUSSELL TERRIER
Puppies & Adults, AKC,
hea th certificates, par-
ents on premises $250
& up. 813-634-9733
LAB 10 Pups, AKC, Yellow
& BIk Field & Showline
OFA, Hip Cert., Excellent
Temp., 1st shots,
wormed, hith cert.,
$500. Taking dep. Rdy
41/12 Call for web ade.
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
grandparents on site.
Lab Pups, Req. 10 wks old,
4 males, 2 females, yel-
low, big block heads,
parents on premises,
private owner, health
certs. $475 863-529-6668
Labrador AKC Pups
Chocolate males $600
Block heads & otter tails.
9wks, with health certs.
See pics online.
LABRADOR pups AKC OFA
1st shots, choc. $575,
yellow $475, black $375.
Taking deposits ready
Nov 18th.(863) 533-5038
Mastiff, AKC, fawn w/
black mask. "Gentle
giants" Ready 11/20. 3
males $1000 ea; 2 fern
$1500 ea. 813-494-3303
MIN PIN Puppy, Female,
AKC.4 Months Old, Very
Small, Rust, Very Swee,
Pit Bull Pups,
11 weeks old, 1st shots,
$200. Call 941-730-0481
AKC, Adorable, fluffy
sweeties, health cert +
AKC, tea cups, 8 weeks,
2-year warranty, M/F,
colors, permit #046128.
14801 Dogs I
PUPS, AKC, champion
lines, cream, blue,
black, $1000. Call for
PUG Adorable fawn
male. 6 mos old. Plant
City area. Needs good
home. $425 obo.
PUG PUPPIES-ACA, IF,
1M, 10 weeks old, par-
ents on premises health
certificates, $600 each.
Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave. Puppy
Rat Terrier pups. UKC.
adorable! Ready I. 30.
3 males 2 females, black
brown & white health
certs. $350 352-637-5044
RAT TERRIER PUPS, UKCI
Family raised. See
for adoption, sterilized,
ROTT PUPS, AKC, sire son
of '01 world champ.
Bronko Od Dragicevica
POP, shots, hith guar.
huge heads, Ig bone,
ROTTWEILER PUPS, AKC,
German line,,sweet dis-
cert./lst shots $400.
silver puppies. champion
Sire, vax, Health Certs.
$600 Call JoAnn
54-8739 Ive msg.
Great pets! $350 cash.
Schnauzers, Mini, AKC,
HC, POP, champ lines,
1-F S&P. 2-M & F BIk.
House broken. Avail 9/4.
SHIBA INU PUPS,
AKC, vet checked, par-
ents on premise. Ready!
$500 cash 813-391-3659
SHIH TZU PUPS, champ
bred, shed-free ready
for adoption, adorable,
1-M $500 2-F $550,
TERRIER PUPS AKC
Cairns & Scotties
See pictures: www.
Weimaraner Pups- Beau-
tiful silv/gray, ACA reg
hith cert, shots, Fern &
Males $650. born
9/17/04 ready 11/12,
taking dep 813-695-7007
WHEATON 11 mo. old,
neut. all shots, not good
w/ sm. children. Pur-
chased for $1200- sell
Yorkle Chihuahua Mix
small, 1st shots & health
certs. Starting $425 and
Ask for Bonnie
Yorlde-Poos, blk & silver
health certs, $550.
YORKIES Lrg & Small
Cuties Nice Coats, $450
& Up, Email betsat@
HAVANA Brown Kittens,
Only 1 male & I female
left. 6 mos old. CFA req.
Papers available. $650.
CFA Reg, health cert, 1st
shots, fluffy & blue eyed,
$300 & up. 813-643-7246
K i t t e n s
tested, wormed & shots.
To good homes
Ragdoll Kittens, pure
bred, Tica registered. 2
litters 9 kittens, M/F,
14821 Birds I
Cockatoo, Gotim. loving
& tame witn kings cage
& travel & sleep cage.
MACAW Blue & gold, 8
yrs, talkative male
caqe. To good home on-
Redrump Parrots, $40
each. Misc. Finches, $5-
$40. Afr. Mousebird,
100. Bourke's. Sebring:
3 yrs old, large cage,
AQUARIUM 135 gal
Oceanic, w/ matching
stand, wet & dry filter,
lights $800 obo Also
avail fish & supplies
DID FIDO EXTEND THE
FAMILY? Place an ad in
class 480 and unleash
some of those pups!
AQUARIUM Salt Water 75
aal, include fish,
al access. $900 obo
Adult breeders. Sand-
fires, Pastels & Snows.
Colorful babies $50!
BENGAL KITTENS, great
$300. Call 863-993-3919
please leave msg
SUGAR GLIDERS 3 very
sweet gliders plus 6 ft.
cage and all access.
MACAW CAGES IRON &
LEXAN. $150 & UP. CALL
Spot Advertising Works
14981 Estate Sales
ANNES ESTATE SALES
SCC:1905 N.Pebble Beach
Fri&Sat, 11/12&13; 8-2 pm
Sofa w/matching love-
seat DR tbl/6 chrs &
hutch, Qn & TW BR
suites, elec organ, ent.
ctrs, dinette wchrs,
patio turn, swivel rkrs
bkcses coffee & end
tbhs, TVs, microwave,
hshld, kitch, misc.
SCC 414 Blackhawk
Lamp Tables, Coffee T
Book Swivel Rock-
er, Floor Lamp, Spindle
Rocker TV, VCR, DR TI
& Chairs, Desk, China
Hutch, Vacuum, Dindtte
Table & Chairs, Micro-
wave, Day Bed, Stereo,
Dbl Bed, Freezer, Paint-
ings, Bench Saw, Shop
Vac, Extension Ladder,
Household & Misc
THE GIRLS ESTATE SALE
1447 Walden aks Place
Complete coCts of
Estate. COMESHOP WITH
US! Thank you for
patronizing our sale.
499 1 Sales, Etc.
CORK, 3506 Speer Rd off
W. Sam Allen Rd HUGE
SALE TO BENEFIT CAN-
CER VICTIM Sat Nov 13,
7:00 AM til ?. multi fami-
ly, outside Christmas
display. Lot & Lot Misc
Items SOMETHING FOR
CORK 3915 N Young Rd,
Sat Nov 13, 8:00 AM til
lamps, tables, farm
to your door.
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Business and Service Directory
in Sunbelt Publications.
Deadline is Wednesday,
prior to the publication date.
CALL 813-657-4516 OR 813-657-4517 TODAY.
, 5 O ECOURlEIH NOVEMBER t1 2004
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CORK, 422 Thr M US TTHIS ORSE SE 45 2004 Franklin 5th SPA.MustSell, Bowrider-, 3L 13hp damaged and donated
esE GAdE- Mar siy Wheel,2BR,4slide-outs, 7-Person Deluxe. Never merccruiser, trailer, exc boats for sale: 18' to 32'
Road, offhonotNov sa P e t &8 yrs.trail horses.8Tos Motor Homes W/D, central air many Used. Includes cover cond.MovingMustsell. Mike727/204-7988
8AM-2PM, Work tools & 1 v good home. $800 each. 560 RV's extras. $36,500" Call for Will Deliver. Full War- $6.000 obo.813 727-6372 I Boat Slips-
andLawn Tools, Ree& E PN CI hrf tore HorseTrailer-BP $1200. website228-323-1991 ranty. Can finance 19' HYDRASPORT Hydra 585 sta
Rods & Lots of Misc Ca813-240-6466 22 1998 WINNEBAGOPayn
Items PLANT City, 4114 N 1201W. MLK Blvd Fir& 22' 1998 WINNEBAGO RWA itsUnder Skin vinruealum
Forbes Rd Sat Nov 13 Sat1Nov12&13 8Atil? PERUVIAN PASO Regis- MINNIE, CIC, Chevy, 3 $100 per Month. In a trlrack plate, trl mtl r wC
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7:30 AM-dPM, oFUTONG mi p omno wave. 40kmi exc. cond. 800-98-7727. man extras, Exc Condi Covered Slip,40'and
UEOLDCL HNG'mily pet anyone can $25,000.813-961-7123 MStertowdoll SPAI Overstocked! New7 $8,900 obo 813-765-4349 under, Secured, Safe,
HOUSEH-OLb&MISCnotimre!$2800. 29' 2004 Fleetwood 5th m eo l person spa-Loaded! In- 20' Montery Bowrider, $800/mo.407-925-3300
SOOKCall for info 813-310-0849 Wheel 3 Slides, Loaded, like new, Best Offer, clues cover, delivery & bought 200mo. 407-925-3300
Cou Hils POLE BARNS, Garages, Mint Condition, 15/mo t 813-839-4272 warra. $2999, was depth, covers 225HI South Bay RV & Boat
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& Turkey Creek PLANT CITY 4405 N Wil- S 813-788-3501 713-2333 eng. 454. 32K orig. mi 3 1 21' 1986 Sportscraft, 140 Carrollwd Outsid
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?. Children & Women 2 miPles Sale on left Lake 2204 a luhouse BEAUTIFUL GOLDEN $-987 rent. A/C sink stove, $550. 52-398-673 24 hr acc. Reasonable
othingToysHouse- Wag Wheel ate)o- Drive, Fri & SatNov12& PALOINO 4 yrold 34' 1996 BOUNDER 454 fr. For reservations 199SEADOOGTX 3 seat- $3,3 52-398-673 rates. 813-505-2803
hold&MIsc Items low gns Fri & Sat Nov 13 8-12 Clothes, cos- Stalion$500. Chevyfully loaded, dual calLynn813-546-1827 er$2800, Double Trailer 22' Angler, center con- OUTDOOR STORAGE
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& adult Clothes of GM Rims, dishes, large tack room, 38 1998 Country Coach liner. U move.$400 obo. FLATS BOAT '04 50HP lines. Great shape. Customized to fit any
material clothes to siz- Excellent condition, ing deck.813-264-5346. fndr, polingtfrm, less all 352-347-4470 www.aqua-shade.com
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Parts & Misc.
TIRES & RIMS, 20" alum.
275/60R/20, like new off
'04 Dodge Ram P/U
Good Year Wrangler HP
all makes and models,
all work guaranteed. 15
years experience. Free
from A-Z, guaranteed
available & everything
elese. Call Rob for
13 tip to tip, 5x8' Croft
Utility Trir, 6' height
inside, 715 tires, fulrsz
spare,2" ball fiberglass
CHEVY 1976 16'Alum P30
Food convention truck.
Gas, 4 spd, runs great
Full kitchen. $20,000
CHEVY 19911500 Silvera-
do w/red matching top-
per, regular cab, 350,
120,000 miles, cold a/c,
Chevy 1993 Silverado
short Bed, loaded, rebit
trans, new brakes & tu-
neup, LTI 350, gd cond.
CHEVY 1999 SI0 Ext Cab,
LS Pick-Up, 3rd door,
4.3L,V6 Auto, A-C Tilt
Wheel, Pewter, 57K mi,
CHEVY 1999 SILVERADO
Ext. Cab, 3/4 ton w/8'
box w/Cap, 41K ml, 1
owner, exc. cond.
CHEVY 1999 SILVERARDO
Z71 EXT CAB Silver.
Pickup, Auto. 4 WD, 8
C y. 9,000 (813)
CHEVY 2002 SILVERADO
62,000 mi, Green, Pick-
up Auto., 2 WD, 8 Cyl.
Reg Cab (813)61 3-5843
DODGE 1999 RAM Quad
Cab, 91K miles AC CD,
bed liner, towing pkg
$9000 obp0 813-842-819
Dodge 2002 Ram 1500,
Ion bed, V auto, air,
75Kmi., excellent condi-
FORD 1987 F350, -stake
FORD 1991, F150 113k
miles, new 31" tires &,
tool box, needs trans-'
-- mission. $900.
FORD 1993 F150 XL,8'bed,
White, new tires, ve
strong 6 cyl, exc. condo.
10' Trailer avail. $2,800
obo. 813-505-9758 -
FORD 1996 Ranger White,
Runs Great, Reliable
FORD 1997 F150 XLT,
Extended Cab, V8, auto,
AC all power, bedliner,
206K, ood condition,
FORD 1998 Ranger XLT 7'
bed, black, new engine,
new tires, diamond
plate toolbox. $3800.
FORD 1999 RANGER,
Long Bed, Standard Cab
New Tires, Runs Great!
$5000 W 813-251-3506
Ford 1999 Ranger Sport
Ext. Cab, 4X2,4G engine.
Red custom paint,
41,202mi. Good Condi-
tion. $6800 813-671-3446
FORD 2002 RANGER XLT
extra cab, auto, big 4.0
liter V6, 24K mi. -dr
CD/cass., rear slider,
exc. cond. $12,500.
813-249-5189 after 5pm.
FORD 2004 F150 14k mi
Red, Pickup 5 Speed 2
WD, 6 Cyl. 10,700, Su-
per Buy (813) 641-3131
GMC 1997 4x4, 5spd, V-8,
3" lift&33" tires,
NISSAN 03 Desert Runner.
New cond., 12K, white,
auto, CD, pwr pkg, Ton-
neau cvr fact. wrrty.
NISSAN 1997 P/U XE,
standard cab, 5spd, 82K
mi, A/C bed liner, good
cond, $4,000 obo. Call
TOYOTA 1988 Ex Cab/Ig
Bed, High Hwy Miles,
Good Cond, AC, Many
New Parts All Records
$2,950 obo 813-340-8153
TOYOTA 2002 TUNDRA
ACCESS Cab, Silver,
SR5-4.7V8, 42K mi. Exc
630 Heavy Duty
CHEVY 2000 Silverado
Dually, 1 ton, 4dr, leath-
er, every options, low
miles, 1 of a kind,
CHEVY 2003 Silverado,
ext cab, Red 2500 hvy
duty, auto, 2WD, 8 cyr,
many xtras, 22,500 mi.9
Ford 1981 F250 Rough
looking, recent engine,
good work truck. $595
FORD 1994 F250 Diesel
4x4 Supercab, very
clean, fn very good
shae, AC, firs $7, 300.
FORD 1996 F250 XLT,
Power stroke diesel
4x4 extra cab, short
bed. 35" tires, goose
neck hitch, good cond
$9500 obo. 352-797-4819
FORD 2002 F250 Ext. Cab.
24K miles, white, new
tire, C00D very clean.
Freight Liner Classic 1997
FLD 132064,12.7 Detroit
500 HP, 10 speed, lake,
Air Brakes. $17,500.
WATER TRUNK diesel
engine w/2000 gal.
I6 B 4-Wheel
DODGE 1999 RAM1500
SLT Quad LNGBD Load-
ed 75kmi Auto 4WD V8
Towpack 5th whl Perm
Bdlnr $11,500 or assume
You can unload your
washerwith an ad in ap-
pliances, class 416.
CHRYSLER 1997 Town &
Cntry LXI, 3.8/V6, 120K
mi. loaded, all options,
Ithr, great cond. $4995,
Chrysler 2002 Town N
Sa/er, rear air, AM/FM
ZCD leather, 62k-m
DODGE 1991 Conversion.
van, :new. tuneup &
brakes, AC, 7 pass, 100k
+ miles, $1350 obo.
,DODGE 1992 Mjnivan, all
electric, ice cold AC,
runs great, looks good.
DODGE 1996 Caravan8
while, 7 pass. 5DR, 78k
mi. pw, pdld auto new
AC, great cond. 3900
Ford 1989 E250 Ext Van,
106k Original Miles,
Runs Excellent, $1000d
Ford 1989 350 17' diesel
box van, 150k mi. New
tires, brakes, btry and
trans. Great work truck.
FORD 1994 E250 Club
Wagon 5.8, all power
Capts chairs, veft ood
cond. AsKing $4,4 obo
FORD 1997 Windstar GL
3.8 V6, all power, air
conditioned, 59K actual
miles, $5250 obo.
FORD 1999 E150 Conver-
sion Van, recently hand-
icapped, UVL, transfer
seats hand controls 45K
ml. $25K. 813-643-5471
FORD 2000 E150 High Top
Conversion, wht, TV, VCR,
4 capt. chrs, sofa bed,
Ithr int., 35K mi, nice,
Ford 2000 Windstar SE,
blue metallic, graphite
Ithr int. 48K mi. orig.
owner, loaded. $12,000.
GMC 1996 Safari, low
miles, front/rear air.
$4500 obo 863-858-2441
VW 1970 CAMPER BUS
type II Wht, 3 drs, pop
top, reblt eng 2 yrs ago
114K mi; $6000 or best
I I Sport Utility I
BMW 2002 X5 3.0141K mi,
Bk, Auto Mnrf VIN#:
$30,500, MUST SEE.
LEASE TURN IN (813)
CHEVY 1996 TAHOE LT,
4x4, wht, thr new tires,
new A/C, CD, hitch, 124K
mi., good cond., $6,995.
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe, must
sell, 118K hwy mi all
pwr, 4WD, many extras
lthr, rear AC, AM/FM/
CD, $10,500 obo. Call
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe LT,
Loaded dual air, Lthr
new A/C & tires, well
maint SUPER CLEAN
CHEVY 2000 Silverado
Dually, I ton, 4dr,
leather, every options,
low miles, 1 of a kind,
CHEVY 2000 SUBURBAN
69K mi, gray, leather,
DVD/TV, sunroof. Excel-
lent condition. $17,500.
CHEVY 2000 TAHOE Z71,
Fully Loaded Excellent
condition, 75k miles,
CHEVY 2001 TAHOE
50,750 mi, pewter leath-
er, Auto., V-8, C/cass,
OnStar, 4WD, extra
clean, $21,500, Super
Buy (863) 533-5339
FORD 1982 BRONCO 302
V8" 167k mi. porig owner.
auburn dif., much new,
Brand new Cold Air
$3200 obo 813-985-4966
Ford 1991 Explorer Ed.
BauerATV6 4x4 tow
pkg new tires AM/FM/
tape rbt trans runs great
FORD 1992 Explorer Eddie
Bauer, PL, PS, PW.
cruise Ithr, sunrf, tilt,
low mi. 93K, Mint cond.
FORD 1995 Expedition
Sport, V6, 2dr, cold AC,
new tires, tape, 6CD,
red/leather int, 122K ml
$3950 obo. 813-685-2086
FORD 1996 Explorer XLT,
143K mi, V6 auto pw
pd, sunroof, keyless en-
try, cold ac, new tires.
FORD 1997 Explorer V8, 6
CD chgr, all power, tow-
Ford 1998 Explorer XLT
4dr, loaded, 47k mi, cold
AC, Exc Condl Asking
$7000. Blue Book $8000
FORD 1999 Explorer
Eddie Bauer, blue, exc.
cond. low miles,
FORD 2002 EXCURSION
39.8k mi Green XLT
w/lthr, V8 $23,500,
FORD 2004 Explorer Eddie
Bauer Edition, V6, 5K
miles, Forest Green with
tan leather. $25,500 Call
Ford 2004 RangerSuper
Cab XLT 3K ml, Free oil
change for life. $18,500
OBO. Call 813-265-3543
TORD 2004 SPORT TRAC,
5K ml., running brds,
for life. $24,000 OBO.
GMC 1999 Suburban, SLT
package, white and gold
color, 71K miles, ext
warr, $13,500. Call
Jeep Grand Cherokee
1999 Laredo moon roof,
all power, bright red,
50K miles $10500 obo
Jeep 1999 Cherokee
Sport, 4.0, auto, 88K hwy
miles, loaded, exc condo.
Recent major tuneup.
$6495 obo 813-689-5880
JEEP 2000 GRAND Cher-
okee Laredo, 6 cyl, 77k
mi white, C5D Auto, AC
fu ly loaded $11,500
JEEP 2002 Gr Cherokee
Laredo, dk blue, loaded
Ithr, great cond! 63k mi
w/ ext warr to 100k mi.
$17K obo 813-689-6099
JEEP 2002 Grand Chero-
kee, V8, exc cond. Load-
ed. Balance of factory
Land Rover 2000 Discov-
ery II, V8 auto, AC, Ithr,
prem. wheels, 56k, exc
cond $16,500 obo
813-927-9839 after 5pm
LAND ROVER 2001
DISCOVERY 60K mi all
Ithr, loaded. Exc cond.
LEXUS 1999 RX300 2wd
Pampered, Loaded, Ex-
cellent Condition, Silver
Two tone 79K Miles,
ML320 Silver, Auto.,
4WD, Sunroof, Leather,
76,900 mi, Org. Owner,
$12,400 (813) 254-3697
MERCURY 1998 Moun
ta;neer V6. leather, re-
mote. keyless. AC
Mercury 1998 Mountain-
eer, V8, 4wd, Ithr, re-
mote/keyless, AC, 10
disk cd sunroof 75k mi.
MERCURY 1999 Moun-
taineer Blue & Gold, Tan
Leather Int, All Power,
SA/C Frt& Rear 75 K Mi.
Nissan 2001 Pathfinder
SE, Silver, 4 drs, exc.
cond., CD chng run. brd,
$15,900 obo. 813-843-3320
NISSAN 2003 Pathfinder
LE, 19K mi. Ithr, all
options exc. cond.
Assume lease payments
RANGE ROVER 1999 4.6
HSE, 4x4, loaded, AC,
CD, $19,000 BO
i Sport Utility
SUZUKI 2001 VITARA
condition, silver, 5spd,
48K, AC, PS, CD,$7,500.
TOYOTA 1990 4-Runner
V6, pwr drs, wins & snrf
CD plyr, tow pkg.good
cond 130K mi. 4,300
obo. Call 813-416-5398
TOYOTA 1995 4 RUNNER
SR5, V6, auto, Black,
109K ml, sunroof, alloy
wheels. $6000 obo.
I63, Scooters &
VESPA 1963 & 1966 VIN-
TAGE SCOOTERS (2).
Both in very nice cond.
Call 813-426-3323 or
743-9679 for prices
635I Motorcycles I
SPORTSTER chopped ele
& kick start, $200.
Harley Davidson 1994
Electro Glide Classic
teal & silver balance of
ext warr. $io,500/OBO
HARLEY- DAVIDSON 1996
FXSTC, 17k, 95+ hp.t
blue, exc. cond. Lots of
extras. Must sell $11,500
obo. (813) 434-6666
Harley 1999 Dyna Wide
Glide stock, immaculate
condition, black, 29K mi,
house kept. Serious
Harley 2000 Superglide.
garaged., likenew, many
extras. only 10.000
That's Classifled's prom-
ise! Classified delivers!
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
DEUCE 2700 miles
Vance & Hines Big Shot
Exhaust, extra chrome,
accessories, mint condi-
HARLEY2001 Super Glide,
88C1, 1450cc w/8K, ex-
tras, well kept, $11,300.
Serious calls only after
6pm 813-991-7038 -
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2004
Custom. 240 rear tire'
1100 miles. Must see!
HONDA 1998 Superhawk,
VTR996, adult owned,
well maintained;, Garage
kept New chain. $4300.
HONDA 2001 XR80,I1 own-
er, low hours, exc cond,
includes helmet. $1550.
813-355-1035 2 355-1046
HONDA 2002 RC-51 1900
miles Two Brothers Ex-
haust, Sargent seat.
Mint condition. $7900.
HONDA 2003 GL1800 Tak-
ing offers. $25K in cus-
tom wk. Listed on www.
KAWASAKI 2003 VULCAN
NOMAD 1600 CC- FUEL
NEW- 600 MILES ADULT
OWNER $10,500 (813)
SUZUKI 2001 GSXR under
7K miles, Blk/Nellow,
exc conc, $5200 or best
SUZUKI 2002 GSXR ylw,'
bik less than 3K miles.
Great cond, extras incld.
Garage kept $6700 (863)
SUZUKI 2003 INTRUDER
CRUISER 800, 2500 mi.,
Black, perfect condition.
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. Wae pa
cash. Top 1$. Will piCK
up. Sales/4erv/Part &
YAMAHA 1991 FZR600,
new tires, good carbs,
strong engine, needs
gearbox work. $850.
YAMAHA 1997 YZF1000,
great cond. needs
nothing, fast, cust. pipe,
YAMAHA 2004 V-STAR
650 V-twin, no dings,
Black, less than 300 mi.
must sell fast $4500.
YAMAHA 2004 YZF 600R
1000 miles, garage kept.
163641 Golf Carts
CLUB Car 1992 36 volt,
great cond, new batter-
ies, new rear seat, $1795
EZ GO ELECTRIC GOLF
CART, runs good, new
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
1637 ATVs I
BOMBARDIER ?001 DS
650, 4 wheel sharp nice
Christmas gift, $4000.
GO CARTS (2) 6 HP $1,400.
for both. Call for more
Polaris 2001 Sportsmen
90, Great Condition, low
50CC Rascal new condi-
tion, $750. '02 100CC
Extreme, lights, electric
YAMAHA 1993 Blaster, V
force reedes, alien
exhaust, carb kit, $1795;
01 Blaster, stock $1995
I64 I Vehicles
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Running Or Not.
WE BUY CARS, trucks,
tow trucks boats, RVs.
CASH TODAY! Any cond!
Free removal. Top $$
Call 813-963-5508 ASAP
CASH FOR CARS, TRUCKS
NOT FREE TOWING,
For Cars Running or Not!
We'll come pick it up!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
CADILLAC 1972 Eldorado
Conv't Runs well, Needs
TLC great classic priced
@ $3000 obo. Moving,
Must sell! 863-698-3720
CHEVROLET 1932 Street
Rod, V8, AC, p/s p/b,
Ithr. This car has had a
complete off frame res-
toration & is a real show
winner.Too much to list.
Must sell or trade.
$29,500 obo. Bob Storer,
CHEVY SS 1966 IMPALA,
327 speed Muncie,
We are seriously seeking
1953 thru 1972
Corvettes, restored or
projects, anywhere in
the U.S. Please cal
FORD 1937 StreetRod, V8
wheels. his car-is a real
beauty & isalways a hit
at car shows. Has top
much to list Must sell or
trade. $29,500 obo. Call
Bob Storer, Z-Hills,
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGT/TR3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cash buyer will pickup.
Cadillac 1990 Brougham
Presidential, black, wet
48K orig. m. $7000 obo.
I For Sale
Acura 1993 Legend, 4 dr,
Fully loaded, automatic
cold ac, low miles mini
Acura 1994 Legend 4
door 148k miles sun-
roof, leather, looks/runs
great, asking $5480.
BENTLEY 1990 TURBO R,
showroom cond, 41K mi
$38,000 firm. See af
BMW 1988 635CSI, 2nd
owner, black, new ac,
171n Rondell rims, int re-
finished, driven daily.
BMW 1994 3181 Conv,
5-spd, Red 109K mi.
Great conditions $8500.
BMW 1995 740il White,
New Engine Block,
BMW 2000 328CI Steel
Blue ext, Gray Ithr intr.,
67K mi. new battery,
new brakes. $19,300.
BMW 2000 528193,000 mi,
Black, Auto, 6 Cyl. Pre-
mium and Sport Pkg,
Sunr Grey Ithr $17800
Call Ben (813) 964-147
BMW 2001330 Cl, leather,
premium package, like
new one owner, nave ti-
tle, 42k mi, $24,250 obo.
BMW 2002 325i
White, 25K miles, moon-
roof, new tires, I owner
has title, below KBB
649 For Sale
BMW 2002 M3 conv, Sil-
ver/Blue, 21K mi, premi-
um sound, theft protec-
tion. $42,000 obo. Call
BMW 2003 530 Sport pkg,
prem pkg autosterling
grey, leaPher, 14k miles,
Xenon headlights, sunrf.
BMW 2004 7451
Sterling Gray Very Well
Equipped Never Titled
Low miles $71,900
Buick 1991 Skylark, Es-
tate Car 45k miles, 4 cyl,
auto, a/c, pwr windows
& locks. Sealed bids only
due on or before 11/15.
Call Terrence F. Pyle,
PA. Sun City Center.
Buick 1992 Skylark, 6 Icd
auto. 4 dr, clean, cold
AC, White/Blue, Runs
Excellent! 54K acutal mi
$1,885 obo 813-546-9808
BUICK 1994 LeSabre-104k
ml, white, great cond.,
runs perfey, cold a/c,
new interior, $2000 obo.
BUICK 1994 ROADMAS-
TER 91,000 mi, Light
Blue, Auto., leather, AC
new tires. 8 Cyl. $2,50
Buick 1999 Park Avenue,
private owner, all op-
tions, low miles,
$10,500obo. A must see!
BUICK 2000 Park Ave Dia-
mond white, leather, 1
owner, garaged, all op-
tions, exc condo $9500
CADILLAC 1997 SLS Se-
dan, red, 62k mi, $8099.
Owner at: 813-684-3399
Sail Away With Savings -
see Class 585 for a great
selection of sailboats!
CADILLAC 1999 Catera
Silver,79K mi., 4-door,
loaded, leather very
clean $6900. 813-486-3601
Cadillac 1999 Delegance,
Pearl white w/white
leather, new tires,
moonroof, very clean,
CADILLAC 1999 DEVILLE
Silver w/Blue intr, 69K
mi., A/C, all pwr, garage
Kept, great condo.
Cadillac 1999 Seville STS,
black w/custom tan top,
chrome wheels, loaded,
in exc cond! Low miles.
CHEVROLET 2000 Cava-
lier Z24 Supercharged
23k mi, customized all
pwr, sunrogf, $11,500.
all for details 356-8435
CHEVY 1981 Corvette.
white 4 sp, 56K runs
well $8900. 8i3-707-6210
CHEVY 1994 Lumina 4 dr
3.1L V6. Auto, A/C, Tilt,
Cruise, Tint, Pwr win/dr
142k mi $1,500
813-949-8308 after 5pm
CHEVY 1996 impala SS
78k mi, fully loaded, bur-
CHEVY 1997 CAMARO
Cony, 6 cyl, Red/White
top, showroom cond.
Must see to appreciate.
CHEVY 2000 IMPALA
80,000 mi, Burgundy,
$6,500, Very goodcondi-
tion (813) 961-1406
CHEVY 2001 CAMARO.
Z28, 5.7L V8, auto, T-
tops, Ithr, full pwr, only
56K mi, alloys, show-
room cond. $11,988.
Must sell. 813-972-5926
CHEVY 2001 CAVALIER
57K miles, in greaf
shape, $5,700. Call
CHEVY 2003 MALIBU, 11K
mi, Blue Sdn, auto, like
new $13,950 obo.
CHRYSLER 1990 5TH AVE.
full pwr, cold AC, alloys,
low mi. very good cond.
$2000 obo. 813-205-7002
CHRYSLER 1999 300M,
Gold/Tan Ithr, 86K mi,
auto, good condition
CHRYSLER 1999 300M
Exc cond, loaded auto,
Ithr A/C all pwr,64k mi,
CORVETTE 1977 T-TOPS,
FAST FAST FAST (ALSO
1500) $6,500 (727)
CORVETTE 1979 59900
Orig Mi, "Cherry" T-
tops, New Tires, New
Canary Yellow Paint,
CORVETTE 2001 Z06 BIk/
BIk, Vortex cold Air in-
duction, 6 spd, Only 17K
Ml Garaged, Mint Cond.
CORVETTE 2003 50th An-
niversary Red Coupe,
Very Low Mileage Many
Extras, Very Clean:
649 For Sale
DODGE 2001 Neon 33K
Metallic Brown 4dr Auto
Like New $5900
DODGE 2001 STRATUS
SE, white, 4dr, auto, x-
tra clean, 55k mi, well
equipped, $7595 OBO
FORD 1999 CROWN VIC-
TORIA 146k mi. Red, Au-
to., A/C, 8 Cyl. $4,500
Super Buy (813J
FORD 1999 ESCORT SE
Sport green 58K mi,
4dr, A/C, C/C, spoiler,
excellent shape, asking
FORD MUSTANG 2001 GT
V8 5 spd, black w/black
leather, 31K miles.
FORD 2002 MUSTANG GT
cony, vV8. AC, AT, 28K mi,
wht w/black int., PL,
PW, 6-cd, Mache stereo,
FORD 2002 Mustang cony
White, w/Blk Ithr, auto,
17K ml, fact warr, ga-
raged, exc 6CD,6spkrs,
al pwr, fully loaded.
HONDA 1987 Prelude SI
Black, 2DR Coupe, Cold
AC, $1000 obo.
HONDA 1991 CRX-SI with
body kit and extras.
HONDA 1992 ACCORD,
Cpe 5-spd, AC,
30MPG cruise, Brown.
HONDA 1996 Accord Ex,
auto, AC, full power, CD
good cond. $3495
HONDA 1997 Civic EX
white, good cond. 98K
mi. alt power, CD,
sunroof, l $4600.
HONDA 1999 ACCORD EX
white/tan, 67Kmi, 4 dr,
auto, tint wdws,PW, PO,
CD, snroof. Very clean.
HONDA 2004 CIVIC EX,
10K miL, auto 2dr, CD,
HYUNDAI 1999 ELANTRA
Silver,:4 dr excellent
cond, CD, cold air 16K
miles. Great car! $5000.
HYUNDAI 2002 XG350L
19,500 mi, White Sedan,
Auto,6 Cyl, AM/FM CD,
leather intPW/PL, ABS,
Moon roof, cruise alloy
wheels, low mileage
$14,900, (813) 926-4243
INFINITY 1998 Q45T Silver
Metallic, Garage Kept
Well Maintained, 88K
Mi, Mint Condition.
INFINITI 2000 Q45 121,000
mi White, Sedan Auto.,
2 WD, 8 Cyl, $13.9560
Must See, Excellent
Condition, Loaded (813)
JAGUAR 1994 XJ12, pow-
erful, shimmery gold,
unique, vintage Jag
style, extremely sold
JAGUAR 1999 XK8 Cony.,
sapphire blue/ivory Ithr,
fact chrome whis, fact.
CD, 49K mi. Spectacular.
JAGUAR 2002 X Sport,
Platnium color, loaded,
immac. cond., 24K mi.,
11 months left on lease,
KIA 2000 Sephia 70k Miles
$1995 obo A/C Cassette
Very good cond. 4 dr
New tires Call from
LEXUS 1990 LS 400, auto,
cold AC, new paint, new
int, Bose, mint condi-
tion 96,515 mi, 2 owner
$5500 obo. 727-541-6566
LEXUS 1995 SC400, red
w/tan leather interior
sunroof, all ower, 12
disc cd, excellent cond
Lexus 2002 ES300, one
owner, loaded, sunroof,
leather all power, silver
$26,200 obo. Call Joe
LEXUS'92 SC 300 BIk/Tan,
178k SOUND motor, sus-
pension & transmission
Needs cosmetic work.
LINCOLN 1994 MARK VIII,
Emerald green, 75K mi,
exc cond, 5CD, Loaded,
Lots of chrome, warran-
ty, $3900. (352) 799-7795
Lincoln 1995 Towncar
Cartier Ivory, 114,489
Hwy mi, excellent family
car. $4595 813-671-3446
LINCOLN 2000 Towncar
pearl w/white 28,500
mi. pristine, $14,500.
Lincoln 2001 Towncar,
black diamond/tan, 25k
miles, factory wrnty.
649 For Sale
LINCOLN 2001 Towncar
Cartier. Beige sedan,
51k, $19,900. Owner at:
Lincoln 2001 Towncar -
leather, like new.
Lincoln 2001 Towncar,
pearl white/tan, 36k
miles factory wrnty.
LINCOLN 2002 LS like
new 12k mi, $21,000.
Call for details
Lincoln 2002 Towncar,
red/white, 19k miles,
factory wrnty. $23,500
MAZDA 1989 MX-6 GT,
turbo, good tires
brakes, needs head
MAZDA 1999 626 ES.
red, pwr pkg, cold Ac,
4dr, father, cd, 57k mi
excellent cond, must
sell $5,800 813-766-9335
Mazda 2001 Miata drk
irn,exc cond, gar kept,
41K mi, AM/FM/CD,
front mask inci. $11,800.
MAZDA 2002 626 Beige,
Loaded, 41K Mi, OOK
Bumper to Bumper War-
ranty, Must Sell$15,900
MERCEDES 1988 560SL
Cony. 2 owners, out-
standing condt2 tops,
new soft top, $9400 obo
MERCEDES 1992 300E,
Very clean loaded
$50 0. 727-943-8274
Mercedes 1993 Benz
300E, exc cond, 72K mi,
sunroof, leather, load-
ed, 10 cd player. $9000
MERCEDES BENZ 1998
SLK 230 Roadster/
Conv't. 1 Owner. Good
MERCEDES Benz 2002
E320 silver, 28.5K mi, exc
cond tinted alloy whis
sunrf, rt/side airbags, 1
'owner. Remaining Warr.
MERCEDES 2002 240C,
AlIpower, Wife's car,
27k mi, $22,900
MERCURY 1992 Tracer
Wagon, Low miles 79K
AC, stereo clean, good
condition & tires, silver,
Mercury 2003 Sable GS,
4400 miles, 3.0 V6, ABS,
exc cond, garage kept,
gray w/ray cloth intr,
MITSUBISHI 1992 3000GT,
Nice, new paint/parts,
168k total mi-38k mi on
new engine. $4900. Call
Mitsubishi 2002 Eclipse
GS, burgundy, auto, 2dr
h-back, upgraded sound
29K mi, good cond.
MITSUBISHI 2002 Eclipse
SGT Convertible, Ithr, ful-
ly loaded, 24k miles, sil-
ver w/black top,
MUSTANG 1965 convert-
Ible, o nal Pony inter-
or needs TLC. Must sell.
MUSTANG 2000 6 cyl, Ithr
seats, mag wheels,
am/fm/cd, tinted win
exc cond. 48K mi, $8,750
NISSAN 1990 300ZX 2 + 2,
52k miles.showrm cond,
automatic, T tops,
leather, loaded. $8900.
NISSAN 1993 Sentra SE,
excellent, cold ac, auto
one owner, must sell, 1.6
eng. Moving sell for
$2300. Call 662-7750.
NISSAN 1997 ALTIMA, 4
dr, auto, A/C, AM/FM
Stereo, very good cond
dr, 5 spd CD tint, war-
ranty, 63k, all wr, key-
less entry, perfect cond.
NISSAN 2002 ALTIMA-S
32,750 mi, White, dr. Au-
to. Loaded. Ultra Clean.
$13,200 (727) 409-5516
NISSAN 2004 MAXIMA SE
Black/Black leather, 101
mi., Elite kg. Naviga-
tion sys, 20 wIhls.
NISSAN 2004 SENTRA
BRAND NEW, Must Sell
Wife says I can't have 3
cars, 2Kmi White,, Se-
dan, 5 Spd AC, PS CD
$9 950 firm (813)
Oldsmobile 2000 In-
trigue, blue, all pwr, 6
cyod shape, 100k mi
A Dock Full of Deals in the
n For Sale
Pontiac 1975 Grand Prix,
Antique, V-8 auto runs
good 1st $1300. Drives
car away. It's a beauty
PONTIAC 1986 Trans AM,
5.0 T-tops, 98K orig mi,
fully loaded AC new
tires very clean, runs
gd. $3000 813-383-6797
PONTIAC 1992 Firebird,
V6, auto AC, Red, new
paint, 116K mi, $2,400
obo. Call 813-936-1471
PORSCHE 1996993,6 spd,
sunroof, under 40K,
BIk/Tan, 18" factory
whis, books & records.
PORSCHE 1996 Twin
Turbo Arena red with
Silver, Over 500HP.
Extensive upgrades! 47K,
Porsche 2000 911 Car-
rera Cabriolet Conv, 6
spd, silverw/blk int, un-
er 28k mi, exc cond.
PORSCHE 2000 BOXSTER,
conv, navy/grey Ithr,
Tiptronic, Sport pkg,
loaded. 38Kmilike new.
PORSCHE 2000 Boxster,
Convertible, exc cond,
20K mi, 5-spd, Silver/Blk
Ithr interior, $26,500 obo
PORSCHE 2000 Boxster
White 5spd, 1
SAAB 1998 900S Conv't.
52Kmi. gold 5spd. FWD,
fully loaded, alloy,
pristine cond. $14,500.
SATURN 2000 SL1 gold,
74k miles, automatic
full power, excellent
shape $5100 obo.
Saturn 2001 SL1 silver,
auto, ice cold air, Blau-
punkt CD/stereo. Car
like new. $7200 obo.
Toyota 1991 Celica ST,
5sp, cold A/C, wht w/
blue int, low mi, gas sav-
er, n-smkr Mint cond
TOYOTA 1994 SUPRA
AWESOME vehicle! T-66
Turbo, fuel system
many more upgrades!
Engjust completely re-
worked. Copper color.
$35K obo 813-294-9789
TOYOTA 1997 Celica GT
Liftback, 5spd, sunroof
very good cond must
see, 66.5K. $7060 obo
TOYOTA 1998 Corolla -
automatic, exc cond.,
78K miles, 1 owner, AC.
TOYOTA 1999 CAMRY LE,
maintained, 1 owner,
non-smoker, 127K hwy
miles, $6500 bo.
TOYOTA 2000 CAMRY LE,
4dr, auto,4 cy., cold air,
all power, CD x-clean,
exc. cond., 59,600 mi,
Toyota 2004 Prius Hybrid,
gas/elec, pk # 7,
Pearl/lvry, 9200 mi,like
TOYOTA 2004 SOLARA SE
Loaded, Sunrf, cust whls,
2K, illness forces sale.
Cost $30K+ asking:
VOLVO 1991 240 White, 4
Door Excellent Shape,
$2500. 813-962-3157 or
VOLVO 1996 850 1 own-
er, always serv, new
tires, cold A/C very
clean, runs great, only
VW 1974 BEETLE little
rust, goodengine, many
new parts, must see
asking $2,100.00 or best
offer call (13)215-1514
VW2000 Jett GLS,VR6,5
spd, CD, cruise, AC,ps,
pb pdl, fct alarm, 66K
mi. $13,000 obo
941-685-9558 Iv msg
VW 2002 PASSAT GL
Gray Ithr, sunrf, CD, silver
41K mi, clean, cassette
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