PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE
THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA
The Pant City Photo
Archives is planning
a move to Collins
TUN y MAKKREROU Staft photo
As grass and weeds sprout up from the dirt where seven businesses once stood on South Collins
Street, attorneys for David Hawthorne are maneuvering to force property owner Denny Spurlock to
complete the sale. Hawthorne envisions a mix of retail and residential for the site, with up to 30 units
of what he called "townhomes."
Hawthorne Makes Plans But
Land Deal Dispute Not Over
Briggs Mural Would Be Enclosed In Restaurant
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look at the Warped
The Tpa Trimal
While Plant City businessman David Haw-
thorne makes big plans for the gaping hole on
Collins Street, his lawyers are wrangling to make
landowner Denny Spurlock complete the sale of
the property that started nearly six months ago.
Hawthorne has seen several versions of ren-
derings for the project by Tampa architect Ste-
phanie Ferrell that features a mix of retail and,
residential space for the 10.000-square-foot
parcel in the 100 block of South Collins Street
ravaged by fire Feb. 21. He said he expects what
could be the final version as early as this week.'
Hawthorne said he was pleased with how the
project is taking shape.
"It's something that fits" the historical land-
scape of the downtown area, he said.
Meanwhile, Hawthorne's attorneys with the
firm Steams, Weaver, Miller et. al., are undertak-
ing a two-pronged strategy to ensure Spurlock
goes through with the sale of the property. They
said Spurlock signed a binding contract in March
to sell the parcel to Hawthorne for $240,000 and
that now he is reneging on the deal by refusing to
sign the deed.
Hawthorne's counsel filed suit in Tampa's
See LAND, Page 18
City Taps New Public
NABONG HAS ROOTS HERE
If the name of the city's new public director
sounds familiar to longtime city residents, it's
likely because his older brother held the same
post for 17 years.
The city announced last week the hiring of
Guillermo "Willie" Nabong to take over as the
new public works director, filling the post left
vacant by Kathy Burke, who resigned after 15
years with the city to take a job with the private
engineering firm PBS&J.
Willie Nabong will leave his current post as
county engineer for Polk County and will start in
Plant City on Aug. 15.
"I'm very excited," Willie Nabong
said in a telephone interview from
his office last week. "When I came
to Plant City my first love was
strawberries. Now that I'm coming
back I'll have more strawberries, I
Sanders Bush, the city's human
Nabong resources director, said Nabong
stood out among the more than 30 resumes
received from applicants from around the coun-
"Mr. Nabong just brings a wealth of experi-
ence that will be very helpful to us and that set
See DIRECTOR, Page 18
U. S. POSTAGE
PERMIT NO. 6238
TRIAL SET FOR AUG. 15
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Another former Plant City police
officer is facing charges of perjury
while testifying before a federal
grand jury and is set to go to trial in
federal court Aug. 15.
James E. Jackson, a former
detective, later employed by the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement, is charged with giv-
ing false testimony to a grand jury
Jackson worked for the city from
Feb. 27, 1995, to Jan. 21, 2000. He
left to take a job as a law enforce-
for the FDLE. "Ibelieve
that position this trial
after working will come
there for less
than two to nothing,
years. In June
2002, he was andJackson.
indicted by a
federal grand wo was
jury and an excellent
committing police offi-
The charges cer, will be
stem from tes- exonerated
by Jackson to a BILL McDANIEL
federal grand Police Chief
jury in Tampa
regarding action taken against an
individual suspected of violating
probation. Jackson's testimony in
the secret grand jury was possibly
contradicted by other testimony or
evidence presented in the cases
against other former police officers
in Plant City.
Former officers Shawn Corgan,
David Dixon and Armand Cotnoir
all pleaded guilty to various charges
brought against them starting Aug.
30,2000, when Corgan was charged
with committing perjury before a
Dixon pleaded guilty Dec. 11,
2001, to conspiracy to violate the
rights of a person while acting as a
police officer. Prior to his sentenc-
ing Dixon testified for the prosecu-
tion in the Cotnoir trial. Cotnoir
eventually pleaded guilty to list of
charges related to his work as a
Corgan was given six months
house arrest after pleading guilty to
perjury while testifying before a
grand jury. Dixon served eight
months in a federal prison near
Pensacola, and Cotnoir was given a
30-month sentence at the same
Dixon is now out of prison and
lives in the area. Cotnoir's sen-
tence was reduced to 12 rrironthk,
which allowed him to join his fam-
ily two days before Christmas
See CHARGES,Page 15
S,2,*, THPVOURfER AUGUST 4,2005
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
RESOLUTION NO. 179-2005
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, AS
REQUIRED BY SECTION 166.041, FLORIDA STATUTES, AND OTHER APPLICABLE LAW.
WHEREAS, this City Commission has on this date read for first reading the proposed ordinance hereinafter referred to; now therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA:
Section 1. As required by Section 166.041 and 171.044, Florida Statutes, and other applicable law, the City Commission of the City of Plant City, Florida, does hereby
give notice of the proposed enactment of an ordinance entitled:
ORDINANCE NO. 21-2005
AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY UPON
PETITION OF THE OWNERS THEREOF, AND REDEFINING THE BOUNDARY LINES OF SAID MUNICIPALITY SO
AS TO INCLUDE THEREIN SAID REAL PROPERTY, AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 171.044, FLORIDA STATUTES.
The proposed enactment of said ordinance, following second reading, shall be considered by the City Commission at its meeting in the Sadye G. Martin Auditorium of the Nettie Berry
Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street (City Hall), Plant City, Florida, on August 22, 2005, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, at which time
interested parties and citizens may appear and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.
Section 2. All persons are advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting, he will need a
record of the proceedings, and for such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
Section 3. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person with a disability requiring reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this meeting should call
the City Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing.
Section 4. The proposed ordinance, which includes the complete legal description by metes and bounds of the area proposed to be annexed, may be inspected by the public at the office
of the City Clerk at the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida.
Section 5. Brief general descriptions of the areas proposed to be annexed are as follows:
1. 5102 North Carlton Road (Folio 089434.0000)
2. 5004 Knights Griffin Road (Folio 089427.0000)
3. E 676.50 Ft of the S 1/2 of NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section 5, Township 28 S, Range 22 E (Folio 089432.0050)
4. SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section 32, Township 27 South, Range 22 East (Folio 089301.0000)
5. S 500 Ft of the SW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 and SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 32, Township 27 S, Range 22 E (Folio 089303.0000)
6. NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section 9, Township 28 South, Range 22 East lying West of Canal, AND North 1/4 of Section 8, Township 28 South, Range 22 East lying East of
CSX Railroad, AND SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 and SW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 and SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 and a portion of the NE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 and a portion of the SE 1/4 of the
NE 1/4 of Section 5, Township 28 South, Range 22 East, AND portion of the W 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of Section 4, Township 28 South, Range 22 East lying west of canal
of the NW 1/4 and NE 1/4 of the NW
1/4 of Section 9, Township 28 South, 3r I
Range 22 East (Portion of Folios -J II
501 Half Mile Road
1. SE 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 AND
the NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of
Section 24, Township 28 S, Range 22 E,
LESS right-of-way for Wiggins Road, AND n -1
LESS the N 330 ft thereof. (Folio [.. l' L -
090429.1000, Wiggins Rd)
2. Lots 1, 2,13 and 14, Block 2 of Orange Crest
as recorded in Plat Book 22, Page 13, LESS --
the E 81.00 ft thereof of said Lots 13 and 14.
(Folio 090470.0000, Wiggins Road)
3. 303 Wiggins Road (Folio 090441.0000)
The East 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of
Section 3, Township 29 South, Range 22 East.
(Folio#91189.000, Jim Johnson Rd)
The maps showing the areas to be
annexed are attached hereto and incorporated
Section 5. This resolution, including SCALE -2004-02 SCALE 1 =2500
the maps attached hereto, as notice of the $_m-2004-O .
proposed enactment of said ordinance, shall
be published in the Courier, issue of August 4,
2005 and August 11, 2005.
Section 6. In accordance with Section
171.044(6), Florida Statutes, the City Clerk
shall provide a copy of this resolution, via
certified mail, return receipt requested to
the Board of County Commissioners of
Hillsborough County. i.
Adopted by the City Commission on
July 25, 2005.
John L. Dicks
Mayor-Commissioner.1L O- I
Virginia L Helper
Approved as to form and correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
Anx-2004-010 SCALE I 1000WAx-2O O6-001 SCALE1-1W000
No.: 1134 /4' ; '/i
Plant City Photo Archives Relocates To Collins Street
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce
hosts its Bike Fest the first
Saturday of every month
from 5 to 9 p.m. in and
around McCall Park. 100
N. Collins St.
The next fest will be
Unity in the Commu-
nity, a fundraising group
whose mission is to help
feed Plant City's needy.
offers food during the Bike
Fest and Strawberry Clas-
sic Car Show at the Plant
City Community Bingo
Hall, 105 Arden Nlays
Blvd., from 5 to 9 p.m.
The group sells hot
dogs, Polish sausage,
chips, cookies, cakes and
pie, and coffee. soda and
The nexi sale will be
during the Aug. 6 Bike
The Plant City City
Commission meets the
second and fourth
Monday of each month at
city hall, 302 \V. Reynolds
The next regular meet-
ing is slated for Aug. 8.
Habitat for Humanity
The Plant City chapter
of Habitat for Humanity
plans an organizational
meeting Aug. 15 at 7 p.m.
at Bruton Memorial
Library. 302 McLendon
The orientation takes
about an hour and quali-
fies all who are 16 years
old or older to work on a
homesite with supervi-
sion. No experience nec-
See CALENDAR, Page 16
SEARCH TO REPLACE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The photographic docu-
mentation of Plant City his-
tory is coming down to street
The nonprofit Plant City
Photo Archives Inc. is moving
from its corporate offices in
the Lee Building into a ground
floor storefront at 119 N.
Collins St. Gil Gott, the execu-
tive director of the archives,
who has announced his retire-
ment as director at the end of
this year, said the Collins
Street location will put the
shop closer to foot traffic in
"We want our photographs
documenting local history to
be available to those touring
the historic downtown," Gott
said. "Once that location
becomes established, we will
provide tours to the general
public of our gallery area and
provide information about the
history of Plant City."
Ed Verner, archives presi-
dent, announced the planned
move July 29. Verner said the
organization had grown to the
point that it needs more room
for the development and exhi-
bition of its collection, and
that it needed greater access
to the public.
Plans are for the new facility
to be open to the public
Thursday, Friday and Satur-
day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Collins Street location
will give the archives a 1,000-
square-foot gallery, 500 feet of
office space and two large
street-side window displays
where many of the historic
photos will be shown.
Verner said the new loca-
tion, immediately south of the
law offices of Robert Trinkle,
GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Gil Gott, director of Plant City Photo Archives, is moving the corporate offices and gallery to 119
N. Collins St., to allow more walk-up business and attract more visitors to the historic archives.
was formerly Barker's Depart-
ment Store, McCrory's and
the Family Shoe Store. Most
recently, the location housed
Willow Bridge Antiques, which
closed last year after being in
business for about 18 months
Verner is leasing the space
from Trinkle's law firm, the
owner of the property.
Gott is also the CEO of Flor-
ida Tree Source, another
Verner Investments property,
off North Frontage Road, bet-
ween Wilder and Charlie Tay-
lor roads. Gott's plans to retire
as the director of the photo
archives Dec. 31 because the
expansion of the new location
will require more time than he
has to donate.
"The photo archives will
require more full-time man-
agement than I can provide,"
Gott said. "I see a great future
for its expansion and a larger
demand from the public for its
The board members and
the advisory council are look-
ing for a replacement. Gott
will remain active with the
organization, and assume the
role of chairman of the advi-
sory council Jan. 1.
"Presently the director's
position is voluntary," Gott
said. "But we are looking for
grant money to help pay for
some supplies and operation
expenses. That could possibly
allow us to shift the budget
around enough to offer a small
stipend to help the director
with some compensation."
Verner said the position of
executive director would
require organizational and
public relations skills more
than a history background.
Inquiries can be sent to P.O.
Box 1118, Plant City, FL 33564,
or by calling 752-1442.
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MANAGEMENT PLAN DETAILS
By LINDA CHION KENNEY
County officials hosted a public meeting
Thursday to discuss management plans for
Alderman's Ford Preserve.
A small group gathered in the Durant High
School media center to hear a presentation by
Sheryl Bowman, an environmental scientist
with the county. The county has a lease with
the state to manage the property under the
county's Environmental Lands Acquisition
and Protection Program.
The proposal will be brought to Tallahassee
for a public meeting in mid-August, with final
approval expected shortly after that. The
state's conservation-management plan is
.-... updated every 10 years.
The approximately 985-acre preserve is
next door to Alderman's Ford Park, with lands
on either side of the Alafia River from Alder-
man's Ford Park westward between State
Road 39 and Lithia-Pinecrest Road. The
hiking-trail entrance is on Turkey Creek Road
and the horse-trail entrance is on Thompson
Bowman noted there is an additional access
point for schools to provide educational
opportunities for students in the preserve. It
has even been proposed that Durant High
School students help with the restoration by
doing some planting.
The proposed management plan, Bowman
said, includes dealing with invasive plants
"we'd like to remove before they spread all
over the place." Hurricane and tropical-storm
Activity, Bowman added, has resulted in the
need to redo the hiking trail.
"We're looking to limit the hiking trail to
seven miles north of the river," she said.
The horse trail on the south side "will pretty
much stay the same but we want to have a
kiosk and have it better marked," she said.
She said the county plans to continue mon-
itoring the wildlife and that three trappers are
under contract to abate the feral pig problem.
"Feral pigs are not native to the area and
Staffphoto they root the ground like small bulldozers,"
The county sold the preserve to the state for
$1,532,100 in March 2002 with the stipulation
that the county be permitted to lease the site
ore for management purposes. That lease stands
Is on the for 50 years.
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Joyce and Jack Mozzicato are surrounded by friends at Plant
City's West Side Boys & Girls Club in this photo from February
2004, when the couple were honored along with Plant City
resident Gene Mendonsa for the trio's combined 3,000 hours of
volunteer hours tutoring children at the club. The Mozzicatos
were honored with a surprise farewell party before moving to
Arizona last week.
Community Says Farewell
To Dedicated Volunteers
By TONY MARRERO
Friends of Jack and Joyce
Mozzicato knew the best way
to get them to a surprise party
was to tell them it was a fund-
raiser for one of their favorite
It paid off, so to speak.
Friends and acquaintances
of the Plant City couple gath-
ered recently at the Walden
Lake home of Arthur and Mary
Wood for what they said was a
fundraiser for state Rep. Gus
Bilirakis, R-Palm Harbor.
The real reason for the
gathering, however, was to
give the Mozzicatos a surprise
send off and thank them for
their service to the commu-
The couple, who lived in
Plant City for 10 years, moved
last week to Peoria, Ariz., to be
closer to their daughter,
Linda, who lives in Phoenix.
The couple have another
daughter, Diane, a captain in
the Kansas City, Mo., police
department and plan to spend
more time with her.
They have been actively
involved in the Republican
Party and politics of Hills-
borough County, particularly
Plant City candidates. But
friends said they made their
most important impact one
child at time through hun-
dreds of hours of volunteer
work with students at local
schools and the Plant City
Boys & Girls Club.
As Bilirakis got up to
address the crowd of about 70
that night, he sprung the sur-
prise on the Mozzicatos, the
only people not in on it.
"It was very special," said
Joyce Mozzicato the day after
That's fitting, said Bilirakis,
who is running for a U.S.
"They're very special
people," Bilirakis said. "They
are activists in the community
who are always willing to lend
a helping hand. If I didn't
know before, I knew that night
what they mean to Plant
Several in attendance had
benefited from the couple's
campaigning and support,
including former Plant City
Rep. Rich Glorioso, who
enjoyed the Mozzicatos'
support during his successful
bid for the House's District 62
seat last year.
Glorioso recalled when the
couple first came to Plant
"They got involved right
away," Glorioso said, calling
the couple "a powerful
political force." But he said
they made their first priority
known immediately: "They
put their effort toward what
they believed in, and it started
with the children and it con-
tinued with the children."
Saw a need and 'jumped'
Jack Mozzicato, a retired
engineer, and Joyce, a retired
accountant, came to Plant
City in 1995 from Wichita,
Kan., to be close to Joyce's
ailing sister, Jeanne, who died
two years ago. They fell in love
with Plant City and decided to
Joyce said she saw the need
for tutors here while working
as a substitute teacher.
"I could see the kids strug-
gling, especially with math,
and the ones I really saw
- struggling were the minori-
ties," she said.
Glorioso referred her to the
Rev. Maxie Miller, then-pastor
at Mount Olive Baptist Church
on Ball Street, where the Boys
& Girls Club operated its
"West Side" center. The Moz-
zicatos began a tutoring pro-
gram in 2001, helping children
with their homework after
school a couple of times a
week. Then-director John
Griffin, who died last year,
welcomed them with open
But they were greeted with
skepticism at first by the chil-
dren and some families, Joyce
Mozzicato said. It didn't take
long, though, for the skepti-
cism to turn into apprecia-
"They could see all we
wanted was to help their chil-
dren be the best they could
be," she said.
The couple later expanded
the program to the summer.
The rewards of their volunteer
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
GENERAL CONSTRUCTION MODIFICATION
PERMIT NO. 44026988.001
I Expiration Date: March 10, 2010 I PERMIT ISSUE DATE: March 10, 2005
This permit is issued under the provisions of Chapter 373, Florida Statutes (ES.), and the Rules contained in Chapters 40D-4 and 40, Rorida Administrative Code (FAC.).
The permit authorizes the Permittee to proceed with the construction of a surface water management system in accordance with the information outlined herein and shown
by the application, approved drawings, plans, specifications, and other documents, attached hereto and kept on file at the Southwest Florida Water Management District
(Distric). Unless otherwise stated by permit specific condition, permit issuance constitutes certification of compliance with state water quality standards under Section
401 of the Clean Water Act, 33 U.S.C. 1341. All construction, operation and maintenance of the surface water management system authorized by this permit shall occur in
compliance with Florida Statutes and Administrative Code and the conditions of this permit.
PROJECT NAME' Steveres Manor Subdivision
GRANTED TO: MMA Properties, Inc.
13350 Lewis Gallagher Road
Dover, FL 33527
ABSTRACT: This permit modification authorizes the construction of an 11.31 acre single-family residential project and the associated stormwater management facilities.
Runoff from the majority of the project area is conveyed to a proposed stormwater pond via culverts and grassed swales. Runoff from a small portion of the northern
roadway section is conveyed directly to roadside treatment swales. Water quality treatment is provided in the pond and swales through on-line retention. The pond has
been designed to limit the post-development 25-year, 24-hour discharge rate to less than the peak re-development 25-year, 24-hour discharge rate. The site is located
in Hillsborough County, Florida. Operation and maintenance of the stormwater management system will become the responsibility of the lot owners, jointly and severally,
following the first successful re-inspection of the system. This modification supersedes the previously issued construction Permit No. 44026988.000 and all conditions are
replaced by the conditions herein.
OP. & MAINT. ENTITY.:
TOTAL ACRES OWNED
OR UNDER CONTROL'
DATE APPLICATION FILED:
MMA Properties, Inc.
1. Water Quantity/Quality
POND AREA TREATMENT TYPE
NO. ACRES @ TOP OF BANK
Pond 1.02 Dry retention
Swales 0.03 Dry retention
A mixing zone is not required.
A variance is not required.
II. 100-Year Floodplain
Encroachment Compensation Compensation Encroachment
(Acre-Feet of fill) (Acre-Feet of Excavation) Type Result (feet)
0.00 0.00 N/A N/A
IlL. Environmental Considerations
No wetlands or other surface waters exist within the project area.
Watershed Name: Hillsborough River
A regulatory conservation easement is not required.
A proprietary conservation easement is not required.
1. If the ownership of the project area covered by the subject permit is divided, with someone other than the Permittee becoming the owner of part of the project area, this
permit shall terminate, pursuantto Section 40D-1.6105, FAC. In such situations, each landowner shall obtain a permit (which may be a modification of this permit) for
the land owned by that person. This condition shall not apply to the division and sale of lots or units in residential subdivisions or condominiums.
2. Unless specified otherwise herein, two copies of all information and reports required by this permit shall be submitted to:
Tampa Regulation Department
. Southwest Florida Water Management District
7601 U.S. Highway.301 North
Tampa, FL 33637-6759
The permit number, title of report or information and event (for recurring report or information submittal) shall be identified on all information and reports submitted.
3. The Permittee shall retain the design engineer, or other professional engineer registered in Florida, to conduct on-site observations of construction and assist with the
as-built certification requirements of this project. The Permittee shall inform the District in writing of the name, address and phone number of the professional engineer
so employed. This information shall be submitted prior to construction.
4. Within 30 days after completion of construction of the permitted activity, the Permittee shall submit to the Tampa Service Office a written statement of completion and
certification by a registered professional engineer or other appropriate individual as authorized by law, utilizing the required Statement of Completion and Request
for Transfer to Operation Entity form identified in Chapter 40D-1.659, FAC., and signed, dated and sealed as-built drawings. The as-built drawings shall identity any
deviations from the approved construction drawings.
5. The District reserves the right, upon prior notice to the Permittee, to conduct on-site research to assess the pollutant removal efficiency of the surface water management
system. The Permittee may be required to cooperate in this regard by allowing on-site access by District representatives, by allowing the installation and operation of
testing and monitoring equipment, and by allowing other assistance measures as needed on site.
6. Copies of the following documents in final form, as appropriate for the project, shall be submitted to the Tampa Regulation Department Service Office;
a. homeowners, property owners, master association or condominium association articles of incorporation, and
b. declaration of protective covenants, deed restrictions or declaration of condominium.
The Permittee shall submit these documents either: (1) within 180 days after beginning construction or with the Statement of Completion and as-built construction plans
if construction is completed prior to 180 days, or (2) prior to any lot or unit sales within the project served by the surface water management system, whichever occurs
7. The following language shall be included as part of the deed restrictions for each lot
"Each property owner within the subdivision at the time of construction of a building, residence, or structure shall comply with the construction plans for the surface
water management system approved and on file with the Southwest FloridaWater Management District (SWFWMD)."
8. For dry bottom retention systems, the retention areas shall become dry within 72 hours after a rainfall event. If a retention area is regularly wet, this situation shall be
deemed to be a violation of this permit.
9. The operation and maintenance entity shall submit inspection reports in the form required by the District in accordance with the following schedule.
For systems utilizing retention or wet detention, the inspections shall be performed two (2) years after operation is authorized and every two (2) yearshereafter.
10.This modification, Construction Permit No. 44026988.001, amends the previously issued Constructon Perit No. 44026988.000, and all conditions are replaced by the
11.The District, upon prior notice to the Permitee, may conduct on-site inspections to assess the effecOtiveness of the erosion control barriers and other measures empPloyed
to prevent violations of state water quality standards and avoid downstream impacts. Such barriers or other measures should control dischages, erosion, and sediment
transport during construction and thereafter. The District will also determine any potenal environmenrtI problems that may develop as a result of leaving or removg
the barriers and other measures during construction or after construction of the project has been completed.TThe Permittee must provide any remedial measures that
12. This permit is issued based upon the design prepared byth Permittee's consultant If at any time itis determined by the Disrict the C lions forssuanceof
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any construction necessary thereunder to correct any deficiencies in the system design or contcnto meet Districtr nuieteiaT nie iB ajsed ltat the
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shall occur flowing the first successful re-inspection of the surface water management system pursuant ito Ihepermit 'Firstsuccesfi re-iWecr means he
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Thanks, Plant City, For One Fine Ride
By TONY MARRERO
Here comes another one.
First I hear the horn blare.
Then a train barreling along
the CSX A-Line, just a hun-
dred feet away from The
Courier's Wheeler Street
office, literally makes my
I remember the first time
that happened, on my first
day as editor in May 2001.
"Wow," I thought. "This
really is a railroad town."
Eventually, like so many of
us here in Plant City, I got
used to the trains to the point
that I would hardly notice
them at all. But when another
one came by this week, I
realized it was one of the last
times I'd feel that rumble.
I'm going to miss it.
This is my last edition as
editor. I'm heading north to
Hernando Today, a daily
paper based in Brooksville
and owned by Media General,
the same company that owns
The Courier and The Tampa
I'll be working as a reporter,
covering community news
and doing other general
assignment work. While I've
enjoyed sitting at the helm as
The Courier's editor, report-
ing is my true love, and I'm
ready to go back to that full
time and test my mettle with
the pace of a daily paper.
My successor has yet to be
named, but we will keep you
Just as my parents had
warned when I was a young-
ster, the older I get, the faster
the years fly by. It's hard to
believe I've been in Plant City
for four years.
Then again, it isn't so hard
to believe. This is a truly
wonderful town to cover, and
truthfully, there is a big part
of me that doesn't want to
leave. From the day I arrived,
when I was greeted with open
arms, I have been treated
kindly no small feat as a
lowly, nosy journalist.
So many of you have gladly
helped me get the news out to
Plant City, whether that
meant giving me a quick fact
over the phone or sitting
down for a lengthy interview
that had us delve into parts of
your lives that were difficult
to talk about, let alone have
published in the paper. Some
of you I've called over and
over again for help, and most
of the time, it was, "Sure,
Tony, what do you need?"
There are so many wonder-
ful and interesting people in
this town, and that's what
made my job so fulfilling and
enjoyable: I actually was paid
to seek them out, get to know
them, and then tell you their
story. It wasn't always just a
though: So much of my work
here has led me to new
I'm glad, too, to be able to
say that I covered Plant City at
a crucial point in its history,
as city leaders and residents
grapple with how to accom-
modate growth and still keep
that intimate feeling that
makes so many move here, or
stay here. This "little railroad
town" is on the cusp of a new
era, and you better believe I'll
be keeping abreast of what's
happening as that process
I've become a better
journalist here, and I will take
that with me, along with what
it means to truly care about
your neighbor and the place
you call home.
So, thank you, Plant City,
for one fine ride. It's been a
pleasure and a privilege to be
a part of this community.
Continued From Page 4
"I'm glad to see the county
got that land," said longtime
nearby resident Sam Frierson.
"Being raised here, and I'm 68
years old, this was the woods
where I grew up."
The county would like to
acquire an additional 500
acres to add to the preserve.
Landowners would have the
option of participating, but
they would not be forced to
sell their land, Bowman said.
Among the land cited for
possible .acquisition is a
280.79-acre parcel known as
"theWayne Thomas property,"
which includes "relatively
pristine floodplain forest and
previously mined land that
has not been reclaimed."
Also noted for possible
acquisition are three parcels
totaling about 166 acres and
noted as "the Presbyterian
Camp and Conference of
Southwest Florida property."
The report notes that the
church uses the land as a
retreat and camping area "and
they are not likely to be
interested in selling the
property." However, the
report adds, "if the church
should ever decide to sell,
ELAPP should make this site a
priority purchase. The site
includes a large amount of
undisturbed floodplain forest
and two miles of frontage on
the Alafia River across from
Several other smaller prop-
erties were noted for possible
acquisition. The total esti-
mated cost of the proposed 13
acquisitions was estimated at
$4.6 million, a figure that
could rise considerably if the
land is deemed developable.
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First Baptist Church of Plant City
CITY OF PLANT CITY
July 19, 2005
As part of our annual system maintenance, the City of Plant City
Water Utilities Maintenance Division is scheduled to flush all
fire hydrants throughout the city's water distribution system as
shown, beginning August 8, 2005 through August 11, 2005 from
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. until sections has been completed.
The following schedules shows the date, time, and which area of
the city will be affected.
DAY / DATE /TIME FROM TO
MONDAY &8,85 Alexander Street West to Highway 92 South to
8:00 am. to 6&00 pm. 'Turkey Creek Sydney Road
MONDAY 8/8/05 Shannon Avenue East to Baker Street to North to
8:00 am. to 6&00 pmn. Wilder Road Kala Lane
TUESDAY 8&S)5 Baker Street North to Alexander Street East to
8:00 a.m. to &00 p.m. Campbell Street Shannon Avenue -
TUESDAY 89/05 Alexander Street West to Airport Road South to
8:00 am. to &00 pm. Turkey Creek Trapnell
WEDNESDAY, 8/105 Baker Street South to South Alexander Street
&8:00 amn. to 6:00 p.m. West Alexander Street to Collins
THURSDA! '8/1Al5 RXR tracks by Collins Street Baker Street to
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p-mn East to Park Road Alsobrook Street
Singles' Night Out
Saturday, August 13th
103 E. Baker St.
Comedian Justin Fennell
Come and Share the love of Christ
with other Plant City singles.
This event is FREE and childcare
is provided by reservation.
Call 752-4104 for more information.
8 THE COURIER AUGUST 4,2005
A Face From The Past Comes Home
When I walked outside the
other night someone called
There across the street at
Betty Watkins' house was Joe
Robinson. What a nice sur-
prise! It has been 37 years.
Joe was raised in Plant City
- his father, Joe Sr., was with
the Hillsborough County
School District for many
years. I first met Joe when he
came to Naples to teach art
and I took a class from him.
Plant City was not even on
the horizon then and it was
quite a surprise when we
moved to town to discover
my former art teacher was
A lot of time has passed,
but Joe is still the same
friendly guy and continues to
visit one of his favorite high
school teachers, Betty Wat-
kins. Joe has taught the chil-
dren of ambassadors and
military personnel for 37
years, and is currently
principal at a school in
"I'll be retiring to Plant City
soon," he said.
Though his parents are
gone, he has family here and
is fixing up his parents' old
"It has been a dream job,"
Joe said. "And I will keep my
house in Turkey, but Plant
City will always be home."
Micro solution to pet care
You can call David Stewart
a good micro steward.
He tells me he's had all his
pets micro chipped in prep-
aration for the hurricane
A scare last year, when his
cat Palmer Brown disap-
peared, prompted him to do
it. This tiny chip, placed
beneath the skin, contains an
identification number that
can easily be traced back to
the pet's owner.
All animals picked up by
animal control are scanned
for chips, so you won't have
to worry that Rover will be
put down if he's picked up in
a hurricane and dropped in
South Tampa. David says
hundreds of pets are lost
during weather events and
never reunited with their
family. It cost about $30 and
any vet can do it. (My Jack
Russell, Bucky Bunny, is
micro chipped. However, I'm
not sure anyone could catch
him to check even in his old
age he's mighty quick. Just
ask my backyard lizards).
Joe Robinson, a
who is now a --
Robinson says --
he'll soon be s
back in Plant
City for good.
Chris Prevatt, right, community relations representative for Bill Heard Chevrolet and planning
committee member of the annual Bill Heard July Fourth Celebration, presents a check for
$1,490 to Tracy Myers, community health/partnership coordinator for South Florida Baptist
Hospital Wellness on Wheels. The funds are 20 percent of the concession and craft sales made
during the 2005 July Fourth event at Plant City Stadium and will be used for the hospital's
mobile health program.
Well worth the donation
Good community stewards
come in all shapes and sizes,
such as the giant Bill Heard
Chevrolet, which donated
$1,490 to South Florida Bapt-
ist Hospital's mobile health
program, Wellness on
Wheels, from their July
Fourth Celebration. Every
year, the dealership donates a
percentage of all concessions
Special to The Courier
Winners of the city's annual Kids Fishing Derby show off their
prizes. Individual identifications of each winner in the photo
were unavailable from the Recreation and Parks Department,
which puts on the event each year.
and crafts sales from the
Thanks to Plant City Recre-
ation and Parks Department
and the Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce who
organize the event with
financial contributions from
various area businesses.
Growing up in Naples, I
was hooked on fishing at an
early age. When I came to
"land-locked" Plant City, I
didn't even bring my pole.
Maybe I should have!
The City's Recreation and
Park's Department "Kid's
Semi Annual Fishing Derby"
July 23 drew 89 anglers eager
to throw their lines in the
city's catch and release pond
not far from the Plant City
Two records were broken
during the derby. In the 6 to
10 age group, Garrett Hinning
caught the biggest fish ever
and the biggest Nile perch
ever, a 5-pounder. Christo-
pher Hill caught the first cat-
fish, Nathan Gleason the
most fish with 17, and Jared
Short, won the casting con-
In the 11 to 15 age group,
Kailey Hosfeffer caught the
largest fish, a 2-pound, eight-
ounce catfish; Daniel
Anthony caught the most fish
with five, and casting
champion was Allen Moll.
Special thanks to T.J. Vail
for his masterful weighing of
the catches. By the way, when
I was in Naples this past
weekend, a resident told me
how proud they were that a
Neapolitan, Al Hoffman, has
The youth soccer season for
ages 3-12 starts Aug. 13 at
Plant City YMCA. Call: 757-
BloodNet USA will sponsor
the following blood drives:
*Aug. 5 from 1:30 to 5 p.m.,
Suncoast Schools FCU, 1905
Aug. 5 from 5:30 to 8:30
p.m., Publix in Thonotosassa,
2515 Thonotosassa Road.
Juvenile probation program
Volunteers are needed for
the Department of Juvenile
Justice's program in the areas
of clerical, mentor or case
management assistance. The
office is at 1601 W. Reynolds
St., Suite 103.
Call: Sue Sloan or Barbara
Pageant seeks volunteers
The Miss Heart of Plant City
Board of directors is seeking
volunteers to help with the
upcoming teen pageant this
Volunteers, are needed in
the areas of stage decorations,
organization, or back-stage
Call: Brenda White, 391-
Plant City Adult and Com-
munity School will begin
classes Aug. 8-9. Classes
include cosmetology, skin
care, certified nursing assis-
tant, ABE/GED, intensive
reading and math, drawing,
painting, pottery, weight
training, conversational Span-
ish, English for speakers of
other languages and computer
instruction including Win-
dows, Access, Excel and Web
Pre-registration will be 4
from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the
Adult School office (-08) at
Plant City High School.
For information or copy of
class schedule, call 707-7147.
The Plant City Lions Club
seek used eyeglasses and hear-
The club collects the items
for distribution to needy
people in Florida and other
To donate, place the items
in a "Lions Recycle for Sight"
collection bin at the following
locations: the office of Drs.
Humphrey and Maggard,
Strong Optical, 800 Optical,
Wal-Mart Optical, the office of
Dr. Kulyk, Publix, Kash n'
Karry on Alexander Street and
the Meadows at Country-
Pregnancy Care Center
The Pregnancy Care Center
of Plant City, 304 N. Collins St.,
offers free pregnancy tests,
information and confidential
support. The center is open
weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5
Volunteers are needed.
See BRIGGS, Page 15 See ROUNDUP, Page 18
Special to The Courier
Mary Thomas Mathis,
left, installs the new
officers of the Plant
City chapter of the
The officers are, from
left, Lizzette Sarria,
treasurer;, Tara Smith,
membership; and Gail
The Junior Women's Club of Plant City
will meet Aug. 11 at the Woman's Club
clubhouse, 1110 N. Wheeler St.
Social time begins at 6:30 p.m., with
meeting to follow at 7.
Call: Jodi Smith 754-3703.
Rotary Daybreak Club
The Rotary Daybreak Club it meets
every Tuesday at 7 a.m. at the Ramada
Inn Red Rose dining room.
The Plant City Kiwanis Club meets
Wednesday at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St. Call: Ken Gibbs, 752-
Come in and visit Our Lil' Shoppes
clean bright air conditioned
Beads Findings G.F. & Silver Wire
(formerly of Brandon Peddler's Mall)
Located in Our Lil' Shoppes
between Winn Dixie & Dollar General at MLK & Parsons
747 W. Martin Luther King Blvd., Seffner
662-6088 655-0662 293-2442
Strawberry Singles Club invites singles
to a dance every Friday from 8 p.m. to
midnight at the Stardust Dance Center in
Plant City Plaza, 1401 Collins St. The cost
is $5 for members, $7 for nonmembers.
Call: 7519-9277 or 759-2063.
The Plant City Civitan Club meets the
first and third Thursday of every month at
6:45 a.m. at Kristii's Restaurant, 110 E.
Reynolds St. Call: Pat Pogue, 754-4680.
Home and Community Education
The Hillsborough Association for
Home and Community Education seeks
HCE partners with the Hillsborough
County Extension Service to better serve
Hillsborough County residents and host
the adult Neighborhood Village competi-
tion at the Strawberry Festival, make
"ouch" dolls to give to children receiving
medical care, make baby quilts and neo-
natal caps, and'provide scholarships to
4-H members. Call: Lisa Leslie, 744-5519,
Florida A&M Alumni Association
The Florida A&M University National
Alumni Association's Plant City chapter
meets every fourth Monday at 6:30 p.m. at
Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist
Church, 911 E. Warren St. Call: Bea Cro-
See CLUBS, Page 17
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Angela J. Massey, Pharrn.D., BCPP
Dr. Angela J. Massey is an Associate
Professor at Florida A&M University
College of Pharmacy at the Tallahassee
Campus. She received her doctorate in
Pharmacy from Florida A&M University.
She completed a residency in Neuloegy
and is Board Certified in Psychiatry.
Johnnie B. Byrd, Sr.
Center & Research Institute
)ohnnie B. Byrd. Sr. Alzheirners Center
& Research Institute Unrversity Village
AUGUSTA 2005 INBEOURMER.19
Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class
Matthew S. Eckenrode and his
shipmates recently made a
port visit to Sydney, Australia,
while assigned to the aircraft
carrier USS Kitty Hawk, for-
ward deployed to Yokosuka,
On the first day of the visit,
Eckenrode's ship hosted a
reception for more than 1, 000
Australian dignitaries, and
conducted tours for more
than 3, 000 guests.
Eckenrode is a 2001 gradu-
ate of Plant City High School
and joined the Navy in May
Army Pvt. Ernesto M. Gon-
zalez has graduated 'from
basic infantry training at Fort
Benning, Columbus, Ga.
Gonzalez is a 2005 graduate
of Durant High School. He is
the son of David and Alma
Gonzalez of Plant City.
Marine Corps Cpl. Daniel
Povey was recently promoted
to his current rank while serv-
ing with Marine Wing Support
Squadron 172, 1st Marine Air-
craft Wing, Okinawa, Japan.
Povey is a 2003 graduate of
Durant High School and
joined the Marine Corps in
He is the son of Susan G.
Povey of Dover.
12 THE COURIER # AUGUST 4,2005
t's been a busy week for Plant City
teachers as they prepared for the
arrival of their new crop of students
Though she is a veteran teacher with
12 years experience, Adrian Brown, a
teacher at Lincoln Elementary Magnet-
School says, "Everyting I do will be new
this year because I'm moving from
second to fourth grade."
Brown will be working as part of what
school officials call a fuse model, which
has teachers and exceptional education
instructors working as a team.
"It provides a lot more support to all
children, but at the same time it can
provide extra support to the ESE popu-
lation," Brown said.
When asked to describe the first day,
she admitted it can be "stressful,
because you want to get everything
right." But she said the most stressful
aspect of the first day is the end, when
the teacher must make sure each child
makes it to whatever mode of transpor-
tation will bring them home.
Sonia Burac is another veteran
teacher, but begins her first year at
Dover Elementary today, teaching kin-
dergarten. Dover celebrated a major
coup this year when FCAT results were
announced the school earned a B after
several years of C's. The school has ded-
icated much time to its Hispanic stu-
dents to help improve English, reading
and writing skills.
"I'm hoping to be able to meet their
needs," Burac said of her students.
"Coming from a Hispanic background, I
know what to expect. I'm ready for the
On the other side of Dover Elementa-
ry's campus, a relatively new teacher
was setting up camp, so to speak, in her
new homeroom, which this year fea-
tures a "Sun Hut," an open-air tent that
will serve as the room's reading corner.
Sara Hondel, a recent transplant from
Alaska, will teach second grade this
year, her second at Dover. She will teach
in a "self-contained classroom," which
means she will have the same pupils
rather than the "continuing progress"
method used in other parts of the
school, where different grades share
adjoining, open rooms.
Hondel said she has been impressed
with how many training opportunities
the Hillsborough school district's makes
available to teachers.
"The support system is great," Hondel
said. "I tell people back in Alaska, if they
want to teach, come to Hillsborough
County because of the mentoring pro-
gram for new teachers."
So where did she get the idea for the
"From a training about two weeks
ago," she said. "They suggested to come
up with ways to get children excited
Sonia Burac, a veteran
teacher new to Dover
Elementary this year,
hangs a chart in her
that designates each
child's mode of trans-
portation. Teachers say
the most stressful part
of the first day of
school can come at the
end, when teachers
must make sure pupils
make it to the correct
bus. At right, Sara
Hondel, another teacher
new to Dover Elemen-
tary this year, tests out
her room's reading
corner, an open-air tent
featuring folding chairs
and bean bags meant
"to get kids excited
about reading." At left,
Adrian Brown, a veteran
teacher who will teach
fourth grade for the
first time this year,
prepares a bulletin
board about writing in
her room at Lincoln
AUGUST 4, 2005 THE COURIER 13
Sparkman Chosen For Hall Of Fame
AUG. 20 EVENT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
It's that time again.
The board of directors of the Cor-
nerstone Center are inviting resi-
dents to the third annual Summer
Rhapsody, set for Aug. 20 at First
Baptist Church of Plant City's Fel-
lowship Hall, 503 N. Palmer St., with
a reception starting at 5:30 p.m.
The reception and a 6 p.m. din-
ner will be followed by 7:30 per-
formance at the 1923 Cornerstone
Center, at the corner of Collins and
Baker streets, where theater group
Cheryl Worsham & Company will
present "The Best of Broadway."
Cost for the reception, dinner
and show is $50.
Tickets for the show only are $25.
Ticket prices and donations made
to the Cornerstone Center directly
benefit the center's renovation and
preservation. The center formerly
served as the sanctuary, offices and
classrooms for the church.
Sponsors are asking for reserva-
tions on or before Aug. 13.
For tickets or more information
call Marsha Passmore at 754-2301
or Jim Pollard at 752-6760.
Come Taste Our
Pork Ribs A
FULL SERVICE & PATIO DiN;NG TAKE-OUT
CALL A.EAD DRAVE-THRU WiNDOW
Hours: Tues-Sat 11am to 8:30pm
Sun. & Mon. Closed
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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
It didn't take long for Plant City's
former mayor and 15-year city com-
mission member to make good on his
"After all this time I have put into
local politics it is time for me to step
down and pay more attention to my
business," said Mike Sparkman, owner
of the Sparky's chain of Shell gas sta-
tions and convenient stores.
Two months after his last official
commission meeting, Sparkman was
named to the Florida Petroleum Mar-
keters and Convenience Store Associ-
ation's Hall of Fame. Sparkman owns
and operates 26 gas stations and con-
venience stores in central Florida and
has eight near Plant City. His Sparky's
stores have been recognized by Shell
Oil Co. and other petroleum organiza-
tions for superior service, gross sales
and other service-related accomplish-
ments throughout his career.
Linda Thomas, an officer with the
FPMA, said there are 20 inductees in
the hall of fame. Sparkman was cho-
sen for his service to the industry.
"This award reflects Mike's attention
to civic matters, as well as his valued
participation in the FPMA," Thomas
said. "Mike has been very active in the
organization, holding office as chair-
man and convention chairman four
times. We certainly appreciate his
In addition to his induction, Spark-
GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Mike Sparkman, owner and operator
of 26 Sparky's gas stations and
convenience stores, displays the
plaque given to him July 27 when he
was named to the Florida Petroleum
Marketers and Convenient Store
Association Hall of Fame. Standing
with Sparkman is Joe Capitano Sr., a
former business partner to Sparkman
and a long time friend. Capitano is
the owner of Radiant Food Stores in
man, the chairman of the National
Association of Shell Marketers was
profiled in the April issue of NPN Mag-
azine, a national petroleum news
journal covering marketing strategies
and trends around the country.
"I have put in a lifetime of work and
effort into my business," Sparkman
said about his selection to the hall of
fame. "I am pleased and honored to be
recognized. We have worked hard to
be competitive in a very competitive
business. Being named to the hall of
fame is special to me."
Sparkman was born and raised in
Plant City. He began his career in the
petroleum business at the age of 13,
working at the Pure Oil station near
Baker and Palmer streets. He gradu-
ated high school in 1962 and soon
bought into his first gas station and
began building a business.
Besides owning and operating the
service station, Sparkman soon began
delivering fuel oil to homeowners and
businesses in the Plant City area. The
Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce named Sparkman small
business person of the year in 1986.
The Plant City Junior Women's Club
named the Sparkmans Family of the
Year in 1983. He was named Mr. Little
League in 1984, Outstanding Citizen of
the Year in 1990 by the local Elks Club,
and recognized for outstanding com-
munity service in 1991. He won the
Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce President's Award in 1993.
Sparkman was named Citizen of the
Year in 1996.
Sparkman was a member of the
Florida National Guard, served as
chairman of Hillsborough Community
College's board of trustees, is a past
director of the chamber and is a life-
long member of the Plant City First
Baptist Church. He was elected to the
city commission five times since 1989,
and served as the city mayor during
five of those years.
Sparkman's induction into the Hall
of Fame took place during the orga-
nization's 2005 convention and trade
show July 23-27 in Orlando.
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14 THE COURIER AUGUST 4,2005
County Warns Residents To Be Aware Of Mosquito Virus
By SCOTT E. RUPP
Though the reports from Wesley
Chapel say a 16-month-old child has con-
tracted a dangerous mosquito virus, East-
ern Equine Encephalitis, no human cases
have been found in Hillsborough County
so far this year.
But that doesn't mean the virus is not
Donnie Hayes, a general manager at
Hillsborough's Mosquito Control Depart-
ment, said that, in 2005, there have been
three cases of the "Triple E" virus and
eight cases of West Nile virus found in
"sentinel chicken" placed at various spots
throughout Hillsborough County.
The birds help indicate whether the
disease is prevalent in certain areas,
Hayes said. But of the cases found, none
have been in populated areas, though
Hayes said there is a likelihood of the dis-
ease spreading to humans.
Xiomara Hewitt-Jeffrey at the Hills-
borough County Health Department said
there are 158 chickens standing duty as
sentinels because they're the best anim-
als to use as indicators of the disease.
They develop antibodies but don't actu-
ally become sick from the virus.
Fred and Anita Thompson
When the virus is found, the areas are
aggressively sprayed both aerially and
from a truck to combat the mosquito-
borne diseases. Charles Bronson's office
at Florida Agricultural and Consumer
Services said heavy spring rain falls have
contributed to a major increase in the
state's mosquito population.
In horses, cases of Tripe E have spiked
this year. As of July 25 there were 115
reported cases and, if the average holds,
this year could turn out to be one of the
worst on record, with the possibility that
200 or more cases could be confirmed
rivaling 1983 and 2003 -- two of the worst
years in history for reported cases of the
Terry McElroy, spokesman for Bron-
son, said Triple E in horses leads to brain
swelling and is usually fatal. In humans, it
can also be fatal and is usually contracted
by adults over 55 years old and young
children. According to the Center for Dis-
ease Control in Atlanta, the disease has a
35 percent fatality rate and about 35 per-
cent of the people who do survive
encephalitis suffer mild to severe brain
Eastern Equine Encephalitis gets its
name because it is found in the eastern
Thompson 50th anniversary
Ered and Anita Thompson
celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary on July 23 at a
small family dinner.
They were married on July
23, 1955, in Lakeland.
The former Anita Wilkinson
was born in Pensacola and
came here in 1955. She is
employed by Dr. Kummer,
ophthalmologist, and is a
member of Beta Sigma Phi
Sorority, Daughters of the
American Revolution and
Fred was born on County
Tyrone, Northern Ireland, and
came here in 1932. He is owner
of Thompson Gravel Service,
and a member of the Plant
City Elks Club.
They attend First United
Methodist Church of Plant
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portion of the country. The viral disease is
not contagious, but there is no cure for
humans. A preventative vaccine is avail-
able for horses.
Triple E is not contagious and takes
about five to 10 days from the time of the
mosquito bite to show symptoms, which
include fever, muscle pain, headache and
flu-like symptoms. Hewitt-Jeffrey said
humans who get the disease are in for a
long recovery process and their well being
is determined by their health at the time
of the attack.
Alleviating the mosquito-breeding
grounds will help prevent.the spread of
the disease. McElroy said homeowners
should remove standing water from their
property, stagnant water in birdbaths,
plant saucers, old tires and kiddie pools.
Also, residents should wear protective
clothing including long-sleeved shirts
and pants, stay indoors at dusk and dawn
and use insect repellant containing DEET
Horse owners should have their anim-
als vaccinated and check with their veter-
inarians to see if they have had their
Last week a Pinellas man was fthe first
to become ill with West Nile virus.
J.W. and Catherine Jones
They have two daughters,
Alice Dorking and Amy
Thompson, both of Atlanta;
and two grandchildren.
Jones 50th anniversary
J.W. and Catherine Jones
will celebrate their 50th wed-
ding anniversary on Aug. 6
from 1 to 4 p.m. at a party
hosted by their children at
Magic Moments in Plant City.
They were married Aug. 3,
1955, in Dade City.
The former Catherine Davis
was born in Antioch and is a
lifelong resident here.
She is the owner of Wed-
dings by Catherine and is
active at East Thonotosassa
J.W. was born in Meigs, Ga.,
and came here in 1937.
He is retired from the Hills-
borough County School
System and is a deacon at East
Thonotosassa Baptist Church.
They have two daughters,
Donna Naylor and husband
Kirk of Dover, and Tamara
Smith and husband Ray of
Thonotosassa; three grand-
children; four step-grandchil-
dren; and two step
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leading cause of heart attacks.
Nuclear Stress Testing is especially useful in diagnosing
Coronary Artery Disease and blockages in coronary arter-
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Regular walking may help prevent
Alzheimer's disease. A recent study looked
at men ages 71 to 93. Those who walked
less than a quarter-mile per day were two
times more likely to develop Alzheimer's
than men who walked more than 2 miles
per day. Another study involving women
ages 70 to 81 found that women who
walked 90 minutes per week performed
better on cognitive function tests than
those who were less active. Exercise may
reduce levels of a sticky protein amyloid)
that clogs the brain. It may also increase
blood flow and raise levels of hormones
necessary for nerve cell production.
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The following births were reported at Bran-
don Regional Hospital:
A son, Jonathan Quirroz, to Antonia Her-
nandez and Noel Quiroz of Plant City.
A daughter, Savannah Renee Rice, to Renee
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Dolores McGee, 75, of Plant City died July
She was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and came
here from New York.
She was a legal secretary and a member of
the National Honor Society.
She is survived by her husband, Oscar J.; a
son, Joe of Temple Terrace; a sister, Elaine
Hobbs of Plant City; and two grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
and Robbie Rice of Plant City.
A daughter. Leah Marie Sands, to Brittany
and Jeremy Sands of Plant City.
A daughter, Brooke Nicole Tyler, to Leigh
and Matt Tyler of Plant City.
A son, Jordan Lance Dingier, to Lauren
Miley and Duran Dingier of Plant City.
Eric A. Osterling, 79, of Plant City died July
He was born in Hartford, Conn.
He was a supervisor of music and a com-
poser and arranger, and taught music for 34
years. He composed more than 600 pieces of
He was a member of the Elks Lodge and was
a 50-year member of the Masons.
He is survived by his wife, Mildred; three
sons, Barry and Gregory, both of Cromwell,
Conn., and Roger of Bradenton; a daughter,
Sherry L. of Wettlefield, Conn.; and seven
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Continued From Page 8
been appointed by President Bush as an
ambassador. I, of course, had to add that Hoff-
man was a resident of Plant City for many of the
Walden Lake development years the
newspaper failed to mention that.
Tuned into scholarship money
You may have read about the Rotary schol-
arship earned by Matthew McRae, the musi-
cally talented, bag-pipe playing son of Joseph
and Robin McRae.
In addition to that scholarship, Matthew
received the Jeffery Ware Rayburn Memorial
Scholarship, which the Moss family gives every
year in memory of their son. Sue and Robert
Moss have given two scholarships for the past
eight years to honor their son, who was a tal-
Sounds of the concert season
The First United Methodist Church will kick
off its concert season Oct. 2.
The series, sponsored by church at its Wesley
Centre, just across Mahoney Street from the
Recreational Soccer Registration
BAYSL Registration for our
U5-U19 Boys/Coed and All-Girls
Recreational Legue will be held
at the Handly Field Complex.
Saturday, Aug. 13th 9 am 4 pm
Sunday, Aug. 14th 12 noon 4 pm
Thursday, Aug. 18th 6 p 9 pm
Saturday, Aug. 20th 9 am 4 pm
Sunday, Aug. 21st 12 noon 4 pm
Practice for TARSA will begin the week of
September 19th season slated to begin October 29th.
Practice for Recreational League will commence the
week of November 1st and begin December 3rd.
U-5 through U-9 $90 per player
U-10 through U-19 $120 perplayer
New Discount for Siblings 510 per player after 1st player
Please bring birth certificate.
Please visit our web site at
Brandonsoccer.com for more infon.ation
sanctuary at 303 S. Evers, will feature perform-
ers such as John Davidson. The first show will
feature The Jazz Legacy Big Band, led by David
Pruyn and 17 of the finest professional instru-
mentalists in Florida.
Call 754-3519 for info or log on to www.fum-
Editor's note: She said 'almost' all her mistakes
I, for one, am sad that my favorite editor
(well, my only editor) is leaving for Brooksville.
He's been fun to tease and catches almost all
my mistakes before they get me in trouble!
He promises to visit Plant City, but when I
heard that Hernando County has some great
bicycle trails (and we have almost none), I
guess I should just say, "Happy trails to you,
Tony." (And I bet you are too young to remem-
ber that one!)
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hand deliver them to The Courier, c/o Betty
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The continuing action by
the U.S. Attorney's Office is
not surprising to Police Chief
"I believe this is an attempt
by the U.S. Attorney's Office to
wrap up a mess that was initi-
ated in federal court by Jeffrey
Del Fuoco," McDaniel said. "I
believe this trial will come to
nothing, and Jackson, who
was an excellent police officer,
will be exonerated."
Del Fuoco, an assistant U.S.
Attorney, prosecuted all of the
Plant City police misconduct
cases mentioned, and was the
AUGUST 4, 2005 THE COURIER 15
lead prosecutor against six
vice squad members of the
Manatee County Sheriffs
Office prior to charging the
Plant City officers with viola-
tions while acting as police
"Jackson was an officer with
outstanding character and an
excellent record. Evidently the
officials at FDLE believed the
same thing because they hired
Jackson away from us in 2000
and assigned him to protect
the governor and his family,"
McDaniel said. "Jackson
transferred back to the Tampa
office several years ago
because of an illness in his
family. As far as I am con-
cerned he was a fine officer."
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R worker. Bring any written
information or documenta-
tion that will allow the case-
3 worker to provide assistance.
Others who wish to express
their views on any national
to meet constituents
A caseworker from the
office of U.S. Rep. Adam
Putnam will be available to
meet with constituents of the
12th Congressional District
Aug. 17 from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St. in Plant City
Constituents who are expe-
riencing problems with Social
Security, Medicare, Veterans
Affairs or other federal agen-
cies may meet with the case-
issues are also encouraged to
meet with the caseworker.
The Plant City Chamber of
Commerce hosts the Straw-
berry Classic Car Show in
downtown near McCall Park
on the third Saturday of every
month from 4 to 9 p.m.
The next show will be Aug.
The Plant City Family YMCA
Continued From Page
will present its third annual
Strong Leader award to former
City Commissioner Randy
Larson Aug. 25 at the Ramada
Inn Plantation House, 2011 N.
Social time will begin at 6:30
p.m., with dinner at 7.
Tickets are $75 per person
or $1,000 for a corporate table
with eight seats.
Proceeds benefit Plant
Bereaved Parents of the
USA will host a bereaved par-
ents support group at South
Florida Baptist Hospital, 301
N. Alexander St., on the fourth
Thursday of the month at 7
The next meeting will be
There will time for mothers
and fathers to share together
Call: Beth Tancredo, 393-
6577; or Anita Pippin, 362-
Celebration for Life banquet
The Celebration for Life
banquet, "Crown of Splendor,"
hosted by Pregnancy Care
Center of Plant City, is sched-
uled for Aug. 29 at 6:30 p.m. at
St. Clement's Catholic Church,
1104 N. Alexander St.
Continued From Page 5
time were huge, whether it
was a student's confidence
with multiplication or a big
hug at the end of the day,
"All of a sudden they knew
how to do things and they
could beat the world," she
Joyce also helped out at
Bryan Elementary, working on
a one-on-one basis with stu-
dents at risk of falling behind.
Often they were Hispanic chil-
dren just learning English who
needed the extra attention to
help catch up with their peers.
All the while, the Mozzica-
tos worked to get Republican
Continued From Page 11
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.
Brunch will be served each
week and child care will be
provided. The church is at
3409 N. Cork Road. Call: 752-
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candidates elected. They have
a good track record. One of the
first campaigns they worked
on was that of county com-
mission hopeful Ronda
Storms, and they have since
helped on several other
successful campaigns of board
members, including Brian
Blair, Mark Sharpe and Jim
Their track record in Plant
City is just as good, helping get
elected city commissioners
Bill Dodson, Rick Lott and
They also supported Hills-
borough County State Attor-
ney Mark Ober, who
Torah study, teaching and
instructions from Genesis to
Deuteronomy, is Tuesdays
from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Plant
City Garden Club, 1112 N.
Wheeler St. Information: 654-
2222 or www.topraise.net.
Breakthrough Youth Ministry
Breakthrough Youth Minis-
try, for youngsters in sixth
through 12th grades, meets
Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. at
New Hope Worship Center,
803 W. Mahoney St. Call:
Teen Bible study
Teen Bible study and values
discussions are offered the
first and third Monday of each
month from 5 to 6 p.m. at the
Youth Extension Site, Plant
City FamilyYMCA, 1507 YMCA
Place. Call: 757-6677.
remembers seeing them hold-
ing signs for candidates in
sweltering heat and bringing
children from the Boys & Girls
Club to the county courthouse
in Tampa to give them a tour.
"They are just good, honest,
hardworking people, and
that's what this country's all
about," Ober said. "Our loss
will be Arizona's gain."
"They are doers," said long-
time friend Tina Mallore Pike
of Plant City. "They rolled up
their sleeves and jumped right
into things. They're going to
be missed because anything
they did, they just put their
heart and souls into it to make
METS Ministries, 1102 E.
Laura St., offers restoration
and healing services the first
and third Sunday of every
month at 6:30 p.m.
Each service will feature a
different speaker. Call: Edith
Langston, 759-0607, or 754-
Mount Olive Baptist
Mount Olive Baptist
Church, 604 W. Ball St., offers
the following community out-
A free hot meals ministry
Tuesday and Thursdays from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
A food pantry is open
weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2
Private Christian Preschool
I dw brtwfod- m
sure it was the best it could
While they were here, the
Mozzicatos often implored
others to join them at the Boys
& Girls Club or wherever a vol-
unteer might help a child, and
they did the same last week as
movers packed up their home
in Walden Lake.
"We're not exceptional
people," Joyce Mozzicato said.
"We just saw a need and we
jumped. You don't have to be
whiz. Listening to a child read
doesn't require anything
special but just to care about
Jack Mozzicato said it is
offers a Christian preschool
program for children ages 2 to
4 at First Presbyterian Learn-
ing Center, 404 W. Reynolds
St. Call: 752-6874.
Unity Christ Church, 1119
N. Gordon St., offers adult
Sunday school at 10 a.m. fol-
lowed by the 11 service and
youth Sunday school.
Ongoing classes are offered
Wednesday mornings and
Thursday evenings. Also, a
potluck dinner is offered the
first Sunday of every month
after the service.
Hope Al-Anon meets Mon-
days at 7 p.m. at St. Clement
Catholic Church, 1104 N. Alex-
ander St., Room 7.
Plant City's people who make
it a "great town," and urged
residents to be more involved
with their government.
"You're the ones who run
this city, not the politicians,
not the businesses," he said.
They already plan to be
involved in Arizona, perhaps
helping to tutor some of the
American Indian population
settled on Arizona's reserves.
"And my daughter says they
have Democratic governor
who needs to be replaced,"
Joyce said, laughing, "so it
looks we have some work to
Ministry seeks donations
METS Ministries' "New
Beginnings" program is seek-
ing beds, couches and other
household items to assist
needy families. The ministry
also is in need of a truck to
facilitate pick up and delivery
of donated items.
The ministry is continuing
its program of clothes, nonpe-
rishable foods, emergency
shelter and prescription drugs
and is seeking donations of
riding mowers for its lawn
All gifts are tax deductible.
Call: Edith Langston, 754-
1096, or 759-0607.
Bible study at Trinity United
Trinity United Methodist,
402 W. English St., offers a
weekly Bible study course
every Wednesday morning at
9:30. Call: 752-9316.
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Housing Authority seeks
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The Housing Authority of
Plant City will host a public
meeting on Sept. 13 at 4 p.m.
in the community room, 1308
Larrick Lane. The purpose of
the meeting will be to accept
any comments on the authori-
ty's annual plan, which is
available to view in the hous-
ing authority office, 1306 Lar-
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Former Tampa Bay
lineman and NFL Hall
of Fame member
Leroy Selmon was
the guest speaker
Aug. 1 at the Plant
City Rotary Club
luncheon. Seated are
ton and Mike
invited Selmon, the
director of the
University Of South
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honor and dependa-
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PCHS Class of'51
The Plant City High School Class of
1951 meets the second Tuesday of the
month at the Orange Blossom Tea
Room, 106 S. Evers St. Call: 752-8479.
Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of Plant City
meets the first Friday of every month
from 7 to 8:45 p.m. at Ms. Cherie's Art
& Frame Shop, 119 W. Alexander St.
The group was formed to help chil-
dren appreciate art and participate in
hands-on activities. Call: 719-6887.
Turkey Creek Class of'55
The Turkey Creek High School Class
of 1955 meets the fourth Thursday of
the month at 8:30 a.m. for breakfast at
BuddyFreddys, 1101 Goldfinch Drive.
Turkey Creek Class of '65
The Turkey Creek High School Class
of 1965 will host its 40-year reunion
Sept. 16-18. Call: Polly (Brown) Fox,
Winter Visitor's Club
The Winter Visitor's Club meets for
business and potluck dinners every
Monday at 5:30 p.m. Membership is
$10 per year and includes shuffleboard
tournaments. Call: 754-4130 or 757-
The Plant City Lions Club meets
Tuesday at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St. Call: Judy Barta,
PCHS Class of '58
The Plant City High Class of 1958
meets for breakfast the fourth Tuesday
of every month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's
Farmers Market Restaurant, 1401
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Call: 659-
Civil War unit
Step into the ranks of history as a
Southern cannoneer and join the
Milton Light Artillery, Co. A.
Milton is a Civil War re-enacting
unit based on an actual 1860s Florida
battery. Milton re-enacts more than 15
battles a year and includes civilian and
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The Strawberry Toastmasters 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 Chamber of Commerce, 106
N. Evers St. Call: Hal Brewer, 752-
Plant City Rotary
The Plant City Noonday Rotary Club
meets Mondays at noon at Ramada
Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St. Call: Bill Her-
Turkey Creek Class of '61
The Turkey Creek High School Class
of 1961 meets the first Thursday of
each month at 6 p.m. at BuddyFred-
dys, 1101 Goldfinch'Drive.
The meetings are informal and all
classmates including nongraduates
are invited. Teachers and staff are also
invited. Call: Elaine Rogers Lister, 752-
VFW Post 4590
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4590
meets every first and third Thursday of
the month at 7 p.m. at 3709 E. U.S. 92.
PCHS Class of'55
The Plant City High School Class of
1955 meets the third Tuesday of each
month at 9 a.m. at BuddyFreddys, 1101
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13th Circuit Court to force
Spurlock to complete the sale.
Hal Moorefield, co-counsel for
Hawthorne, said there is still
some hope for negotiations
that were ongoing as of press
time Tuesday, but also said
that he is ready to file sum-
mary judgment papers to ask a
judge to decide the case.
"He's got nowhere to go,"
Moorefield said of Spurlock. "I
think he's in for a rude awa-
kening, if he doesn't settle,
when we get to court. The
wheels of justice move slowly
but they move inexorably in a
matter this simple."
Moorefield said he is baffled
by Spurlock's actions. He said
Spurlock has hired a real
estate broker to try to resell
the property. Hawthorne's
attorneys have filed a com-
plaint that would bind any
buyer to Hawthorne's contract
and subsequent legal action,
"I don't think Mr. Spurlock
is in touch with reality," Moo-
Spurlock is currently repre-
sented by Jonathan Ellis with
the Tampa firm Shumaker,
Loop and Kendrick. Ellis
declined to comment except
to say that he has filed a
counter claim in response to
"The complaint speaks for
itself," Ellis said. "Now we're
waiting to see what (Hawhtor-
ne's attorneys) want to do."
A copy of that complaint
was not available by press
time, but John Olson, another
attorney with the Steams firm
working as co-counsel with
Moorefield, said he was "not
impressed" by the claim.
"I think it's fair to say that
Mr. Spurlock's versions of the
facts differ from our under-
standing of the facts and
appear to differ substantially
from what neutral third par-
ties who don't have any eco-
nomic stake in the case see the
facts to be," Olson said.
Spurlock did not return a
call or a request through Ellis
Project is trailblazer
Hawthorne's project could
be among the first of its kind
for Plant City's; historic dis-
The plan calls for a four-
story building that mixes retail
and residential units that will
be owned, not leased, Haw-
thorne said. He said he prefers
to call them "town homes"
rather than condominiums.
The first floor would feature
retail space, including a res-
taurant that would enclose the
historic mural painted by local
artist John Briggs. It was the
community's desire to save
the mural from the wrecking
ball that prompted Haw-
thorne, with backing from Ed
Vemer, another Plant City
businessman, to purchase the
property for well above the
typical market value for
property in the historic dis-
The restaurant will be
roughly 2,500 square feet,
Hawthorne said, adding that
he did not intend to own or
operate it. The mural will be
the back wall of the eatery,
which will be constructed with
glass so the mural is still visi-
ble from the street, he said.
"It works," he said.
Hawthorne is consulting
with Briggs, who is giving
input on the architecture "to
make sure we come up with a
home run," Hawthorne said.
The rest of the structure will
contain roughly 30 residential
units ranging in size from a
one-bedroom dwelling of
roughly 800 square feet to
several three- orfour-bedroom
homes up to 2,000 square
Much of the first floor
behind the retail space would
be dedicated to parking, and
the fourth story, where the
nicest residential units will be,
would be set back from the
street for a kind of '.pent-
house" feel, Hawthorne said.
Hawthorne said it was too
early to give price ranges for
"It is new, and it is different,
and it will be interesting to see
how it is perceived by Plant
City," he said, adding that the
residential units would be a
plus for the city by adding tax
revenue. "I think it will be a
major boon to downtown and
a real catalyst."
Hawthorne and his wife,
Vicki, owned and operated the
Olde Village Shoppes, the larg-
est of seven businesses lost to
the fire allegedly set by Plant
City resident Angelica Lockett
after a dispute with her boy-
friend. Lockett is alleged to
have thrown a cigarette on
bedding in his computer store,
Lockett is charged with
seven counts of first-degree
arson. Her trial is slated to
begin Aug. 8.
Hawthorne conceded the
plan means substantially less
retail space then what was
there before the fire, but said
the market can bear it.
"We think that there's a lot
of retail space in Plant City
that is probably underpriced,"
he said, adding that he owns a
sizable portion of that space.
Hawthorne hoped to break
ground in December. He said
that might be a longshot now
but said that it wouldn't be
much later before construction
He declined to comment on
the ongoing case with Spur-
lock except to say, "I don't
anticipate it holding me up."
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Nominations sought for
Agricultural Hall of Fame
Nominations are now being
accepted for candidates to the
Florida Agricultural Hall of
Fame in 2006. The deadline
for submissions is Sept. 1.
The Florida Agricultural
Hall of Fame was created to
honor Florida's agricultural
pioneers and leaders.
Anyone can submit a nomi-
nation on behalf of a candi-
date, however, all nomination
forms must be completed as
specified in the instructions.
The nominees, chosen by
an independent panel of
judges, will be announced
later this year. The induction
ceremony will take place
during the 28th annual Florida
Agricultural Hall of Fame ban-
quet and awards ceremony at
the Florida State Fair in Febru-
Nomination forms may be
requested by calling 628-4551,
or by writing: Chairman, Flor-
ida Agricultural Hall of Fame
Foundation, 4508 Oak Fair
Blvd., Suite 290, Tampa, FL
33610. Nomination forms are
also available online at
The Hillsborough County
State Attorney's Office has
opened a consumer protection
agency in Plant City. Consum-
ers can schedule appoint-
ments to speak with an
investigator about their com-
plaints on the second and
fourth Friday of each month.
Agency representatives can
assist in investigating, mediat-
ing and sometimes referring
complaints regarding unfair,
deceptive and criminal acts
and practices by businesses
and individuals posing as a
Appointments are at the
Plant City Courthouse, State
Attorney's Office, 302 N.
Michigan Ave., Room 10. Call:
Consumer Protection Agency,
Meals on Wheels
Meals and Wheels of Plant
City seeks volunteers to deliver
meals and work in the office.
Drivers use their own cars.
Crisis Center seeks volunteers
The Crisis Center of Tampa
Bay seeks volunteers to pro-
vide crisis counseling on its
24-hour crisis hot line.
Day, evening and weekend
shifts are available. No experi-
ence is necessary. Training
will be provided. Information:
969-4991 or www.crisiscente-
The Adult and Community
Education program offers free
general equivalency diploma
and English classes to anyone
18 years and older.
Classes are Mondays and
Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. at
Esther D. Burney Elementary
School, 901 S. Evers St.
Free day care is provided
while students are in class.
Call: Rojina Durant or Jenn-
ifer Giorgio, 707-7334, Monday
through Friday between 8 a.m.
and 2:15 p.m.
Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville
offers free computer classes
for seniors and children on
Monday and Wednesdays.
Classes will cover basic
computer parts and software.
Adult classes are from 10 to 11
a.m. and 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., and
children's classes from 3 to 4:
The school also offers an
evening computer lab for sen-
iors Wednesdays and Fridays
from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
Call: 737-1352 or 757-6760.
The Kids Cafe is offered
Monday through Thursdays
from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Center,
1601 E. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. The Kids Cafe serves
nutritious hot meals to school-
Call: 759-9343 or 757-9195.
Weekly square dances
Weekly plus-level square
dances with rounds are offered
Wednesday from 7 to 9:30
p.m. at Strawberry Square
Dance Center, 4401 Boot Bay
schools offer free adult high
school credit and general
Classes are offered at more
than 100 locations and during
flexible day and evening
hours with customized
instruction to meet individual
Information: 276-5654 or
Blood pressure checks
The Hillsborough County
Department of Aging Services
offers free blood pressure
readings for seniors the first
Monday of the month at 10:30
a.m. at Plant City Senior
Center, 1205 S. Waller St.
Road to Recovery
Volunteers are needed for
the American Cancer Society's
Road to Recovery program in
It is a volunteer-based
transportation program that
helps people get to and from
their cancer treatments if they
have no other form of trans-
portation. Volunteers must
have a car and be available for
a few weekday hours per
month, between 9 a.m. and 5
Call: 685-0670, Ext. 115.
Car safety seat checks
South Florida Baptist
Hospital offers free car safety
seat checks Friday and Satur-
days, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., through-
out the year at the hospital's
Community Health Resource
The checks are by appoint-
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Continued From Page 1
him apart from the other can-
didates," Bush said.
Nabong is the younger
brother of Bud Nabong, who
now works as a maintenance
engineer for the Florida
Department of Transportation
in Tampa. The elder Nabong
worked as public works direc-
tor from 1973 to 1990.
The job will be a homecom-
ing of sorts for Willie Nabong.
Born in the Philippines, he
graduated with a bachelor's
degree in civil engineering
from the University of the East
in Manila. After a short time
practicing civil engineering in
his homeland, he came to the
United States at 27 and lived
with his older brother in Plant
City for a year while working
as an engineer in Winter
Now 50, Nabong lives in
Winter Haven with his wife,
Elizabeth, and two children,
Edward, 15, and Emily, 11. He
still has some family in Plant
Since that first job, Nabong,
who earned his status as a
licensed professional engineer
here in the United States, has
a long history in the fields of
public works and civil engi-
He left Winter Haven to
work for a private consulting
firm as a project manager
overseeing public works
design and construction proj-
ects. After a two-year stint
with the Southwest Florida
Water Management District,
Nabong went to work for Polk
County as an environmental
management engineer. He
was promoted to county engi-
neer in 1998.
Nabong said the job in Plant
City seemed the next logical
step for his career, with the
added bonuses of its proxim-
ity to his current home and the
roots he has here.
The Plant City post will be
more responsibility, as he will
oversee 166 city employees
and operations for water,
roadway drainage and main-
tenance. In his current job
with Polk County, he coordi-
nates with those areas but
does not manage them.
Nabong earned his accredi-
tation as certified public
manager in 2002 and said that
would be an asset in Plant
City, as it gave him added
trainingto oversee a municipal
Bush said Nabong's good
nature was another bonus.
"His personality comes
across very favorably and
that's certainly born out by
people we talked with about
his background," Bush said.
"He does have reputation for
getting along with people
With his proximity and con-
nection with Plant City,
Nabong said he is well aware
of the challenges the public
works department will face in
the years ahead as the city
adds more residents and terri-
tory through annexation.
Indeed, Nabong comes to
the director's post as Plant
City undertakes a massive,
roughly $50 million project to
expand and improve the city's
wastewater treatment facility
off Victoria Street.
"I'm excited for Plant City
because I see the potential for
greatness and I'd like to be a
part of that growth," he said.
AUGUST4,2 005 .TMLCOU&IR.U2X4
Plant City, Durant
Start Football Practices
PREPARE FOR AUG. 19
By DAREK SHARP
With the three-day period
before football practice
"really" starts, the Plant City
Raiders are getting a bit more
of an education than normal
And though Plant City head
coach Todd Long says it's not
nuclear science, the offensive
formations this year do mark a
bit of a radical change for the
team and its fans.
To better take advantage of
quarterback Jason Brown's
unique running and throwing
skills, Long is going with a
spread formation, meaning
no tight ends and no fullbacks.
Two running backs will line
up behind Brown, and for the
first time in his four years as
Raider QB Brown will look up
at three wideouts.
"The kids like it. They think
this is some kind of
revolution," Long said. "But
really it's the same plays, just
guys are in different places."
Fall sports practice got
under way Monday, but for
the football team the tough
stuff really gets started today.
For the first three days, play-
ers are not allowed to wear
shoulder pads, just practice in
T-shirts and shorts. Still, the
Raiders got plenty of study
time in, along with getting out
on the field to get their first
look at the formations.
The story was the same at
Durant, where Cougars head
coach Mike Gottman is trying
to get his team focused on a
return to the playoffs. Durant
missed out last year, after a
run to the state semifinals in
PCHS volleyball tryouts
The Plant City High School
volleyball team will hold
junior varsity and varsity vol-
leyball tryouts at school Friday
at 6 p.m.
Players must have physical
completed before trying out
for the teams.
Tomlin football reunion
Coach Bryant is planning a
reunion for the 1992, '93 and
'94 Eastern Division champion
football teams from Tomlin
Junior High School. All team
members, coaches, managers,
cheerleaders and fans are
Reunion is scheduled for
Aug. 6 at 6 p.m. in the Tomlin
RSVP: Coach Bryant, 684-
Plant City USSSA tourna-
ment travel baseball teams
seek serious 10-. 11- and 12-
Durant and Plant City play
one another in the regular
season opener Aug. 26, but
first play a kickoff classic Aug.
19. Durant is at King while the
Raiders travel all the way to
"We have to get what you
want installed, pretty well
done in time for that kickoff
classic," Gottman said. "There
are some situations we proba-
bly won't have down, like
fourth-and-goal stuff like that,
but by the Plant City game we
have to have everything
The Cougars held their first
workout at around 4:45 on
Monday under stifling heat.
But Gottman said things went
pretty well. Gottman is still
working on getting an
upgraded practice facility,
namely trying to raise the nec-
essary funds for an athletic
On Monday, the prospective
players at Durant were intro-
duced to the coaching staff
before practice started.
"We laid out our expecta-
tions, the attitude we want,
work ethic," Gottman said.
"The team concept is some-
thing we're really, really talk-
ing about. If we want to get
where we want to go, people
can't even be thinking about
their individual stats."
Plant City practiced
Monday and then again bright
and early Tuesday at 7 a.m.
Long said this week the
stresses are conditioning,
reviewing the playbook for
the first three days, and then
with full workouts starting
today, "That's when we're
really starting to move ahead
and getting ready for the
year-old players for its fall
season. Cost is $55 per player.
Teams have corporate spon-
Lancers coaches sought
The Plant City Lancers
soccer organization seeks
coaches for its under-9 boys
teams and its under-12 and
under-14 girls teams for the
Call: Chris, 299-2449.
Valrico soccer tryouts
The Valrico Soccer Club
under-14 Bullets boys select
team seeks two players to
complete its roster for the
Call: Coach Doug Taylor,
643-7071, or e-mail tampatay-
To submit sports information
to The Courier, e-mail announce-
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Photo courtesy of Antioch Red Sox
The Antioch Junior Red Sox earned second place in the Tournament of Champions. After a
12-2 regular season, the Red Sox lost the first game of the tournament. The team came back
to win several elimination games, including beating the overall champion, but the Red Sox
couldn't accomplish that feat twice in a row and settled for hard-earned second-place
Summer's Out, School's In
The high school sports
season has snuck up on me,
and that's not normal. It's
probably because, well,
school hasn't actually
started until today. Either
way, just look at the sched-
We're talking games, two
weeks from Friday, specifi-
cally football. A few days
later most of the other fall
sports get going with volley-
ball, swimming and golf and
then in early September
cross country jumps onto
the busy schedule.
The early start to football
practice, necessitated when
the Florida High School
Athletic Association decided
to let schools again have an
open week, has made things
a little bit "hectic" for Plant
City coach Todd Long.
There's this thing called
teaching which has created
"We'll have the same
amount of preparation time,
but basically what it's done
is cut your summer by one
week," Long said. "And this
week before school is always
a busy teaching time, lots of
meetings. We had to move
(Tuesday's) practice to 7
a.m. because we have
Gottman agreed that it's
been tougher to dedicate the
usual amount of time to
football, but that he expects
things will settle down next
At least both teams have
plenty of time to get ready
for the district schedule.
With only four teams in their
respective districts Durant
stays in Class 6A while Plant
City is now a Class 5A school
for football the "meaning-
ful" games, at least as far as
qualifying for the postsea-
son, won't get going until
the midway point of the
season. The Cougars' first
district game is Sept. 30 at
home against Sarasota, the
same night the Raiders visit
Brandon to start its District 7
On that topic, nothing like
jumping right into action if
you're the Durant volleyball
team, huh? Try opening up
the year against Sarasota
Riverview, the team that
ended the Cougars' domi-
nant streak of having won
every district tournament
they'd every played in. That
right-off-the-bat test is in
the Cougars gym on Aug. 23.
This year, the Raiders and
Cougars are in a seven-team
district along with East Bay,
Riverview, Lakeland, Sara-
sota and reigning champ
Rams. Ready or not, can't
wait for all of it.
And though they ended
with a tough loss, mention
must be given to the Plant
City 11-year-old softball all-
stars. Like the 9-10 team
before them, Plant City
ended up second in the
entire state of Florida. Cape
Coral, which beat Plant City
6-3 in the first game of the
state tournament at Bloo-
mingdale, won 11-1 last
Tuesday to take the title.
The score was just 2-1
through four innings, but
after a lightning delay Cape
Coral added seven runs with
only one hit in the fifth
inning. Elina Bueno had
given Plant City a 1-0 lead -
that was the score going into
the fourth with an RBI
To keep their tourney
hopes going, the Plant City
girls won a thriller last
Monday, 6-5 against North-
wood. Maria Garcia had the
game-winning double in the
final inning, after Plant City
had come back from a 4-1
score to tie the game in the
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fice. $100/wk + tax. 50-454-9644, ask for
Must have own clien- Dan
tele.813-671-8832 12041 Apts. Fum. ,
PLANT CITY, Industrial
Park Office Space for- Plant City-2 &3BR MH's&
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft, 1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
including Conference 5pm M-F 813-754-6932
Room & Break Room.
Startng at $160. mo. 205 Apartments
ConIactMatnew Horner Unfurnished
GEORGEW.LACKEY, CO AvalonillageApts
Youll find value buys ad- Avalon Village Apts
vertised in classified $450/month & up
WATERS AVE W. 1412, Mve-inpecial
new building 1000- MOV-inSpecials
3000sf, will build interior Gated, Community Pools
layout, great rate. and much more!
Call(813)493-3335 14350 N. 22nd Street
or (727)215-6301 Tampa, FL 33613
Professional ofc space, Call(813)971-7570
4000 sf, available in So.
Tampa at Church & /zMO.FREERENT
Neptune. Call Frank at TOWNSGATE
813-874-2177 TOWNS .TE
18C I Retail 754-2200PlantCity
,C Space South Tampa
Bell Shoals at Boyette, 3br,1.5ba apt. available
Fishhawk area. New Aug 1st. Pool access,
retail center, Fastest new carpet/paint, etc
growing area. From $950/mo083-758.365
1000-5000 Sq Ft.
813-985-7899 731-8200 South Tampa-AFB Area
Efficiency 500sf, High
WATERS AveW. 1412 Ceiings, Remodeed,
new bldng, 100-500sf .6426 S.Adelia, $600/mo.
avail. Retail/Office includes utilities coin
space. Great rate. Rent opW/D813-787-8686
now get 1 mo. FREE.
Now leasing. SOUTH TAMPA South Bay
Call 813-493-3335 Apts, 3/1, W/D Hkup
or (727)215-6301 DW, 1 mi N. of MacDOll
AFB, 5 schls on bus line.
Workshop/ New Owner. New Mgmt
180F Storage $750.**83-83 5*
Space TEMPLE TERRACE/USF,
Remodeled 2br Starting
at $595/mo ncid Water,
PLANT CITY Sewer, Trash & Alarm
FOR LEASE Sys. Pool, Plaground &
1000-10,000sf Laundry rm, 15
suitable for workshop or USF Area, large studios,
offices. 813-752-9575 1s&2brsw/private pa-
i Comtios & storage, Foun-
1BH n dustia tainwood Manor, single
180H Industrial stry, starting at $420.
Bidgs 813-971-0891, 843-0071.
PBBE o.AS PARK, 9,DOsf, WESTCHASE APT 1BR, 1
ornerf &7t BA apt$750/mo,2nl f
Ave. next to Win, Highland Lakes Westch-
House. Great location r center
AUGUST4, 2005 t ThECOGUIUtEI t 23
207 Duplex T210 Houses
I Triplex Unfurnished
VALRICO BEAUTIFUL! 3
PLANT CITY, 2BR/1BA, y/o, 2300 sqft, 4 BRD/3
tile floor thru-out, W/D BA, 2 CAR GAR. LRG
hook-up, new kitchen & POOL, INCLUDES
bath, near 1-4. LAWN/POOL CARE
813-719-3967. $1800 DEP $1800/MO,
South Shore Falls, Apollo CALL (813) 36&-3570
- Beach. New, upgraded WESLEY CHAPEL/
a 2br + den, 2cg, adult ZEP HYRH ; LLS
gated comm, avail now, 4br/3ba/2cg $1475 and
S$1400/mo + security. 3/2/2cg $1250 Both
S 941-713-1277 Brand new on lake in
Bridgewater. Walk to
S n Houses A+ schools.
210 Unfurnished 813-855-3561
A MIRABAY 3/2/2, all appl, fenced
e APOLLO BCH MIRABAY Westch e k re
, WATERFRONT 4d 3 backyard, comm.pool,
nus room, All Upgrades, new schools. $1,350E. P.
92' on the water! 21n Can email pics & infor-
floor balcony, Awesome mation 813-610-9486
views. $2,650 per me.
941-726-3618 ZEPHYRHILLS Private
813-655-0690 Large fenced yard 3br
2ba, Veranda, Wk/D,
& APOLLO BEACH-on canal Storage room. 900 1st,
r bd2ba pool boa last&deposit Water in-
S dock, 220'0sf, PET OK, cluded. 727-539-1950
S near schs & beach, 2cg,
Sfncd yd. Avail. 8/1/ I Lease-Option
P $1595/mo. 813-645-6985 211 To Buy
a BLOOMINGDALE EAST-
Y 4br, 3ba 2cg, Alafai riv- CARROLLWOOD CONDO
erfront, + ac, hdwd firs, 2br, 2ba, newly remod-
2 firepl, 2 decks, eled, conveniently lo-
$1450mo+ Ist last sec cated $145,000.
863-299-5939/206-3653 $1,000/mo, terms nego-
House 2/1/1 with huge Carrollwood Rent to Own,
S carport/screen room, $700/mogoesbtodnapmt.
close to 1-75,1/z acre, no Like new 2br,2ba, Ig
" water bill, Credit fenced corner lot, over-
a $875.813-833-5455 sized dr, lawn maint &
CARROLLWOOD ARBORS pest cntrl incl. $1050 +
4, 2, 2, 1654sf, gated. sec. 813-355-6343
eo, mro&Wd.$1ms, 1212 I Condominiumi
S& De PET negotiable, BRANDON/Ta Aug. 1,
- avail now!1- 371-2778 BRANDON/T a Aug. 1,
. avail now 813-31-2778 Courtney a ims, new
CARROLLWOOD/Country lbr Iba, den, gated,
Place, 3br 2ba 2cg on W/D, pool, spa& tness
cul-de-sac, lanai, pond, ctr, scm patio & sec.sys.
fenced yd, tile, 1500sf. Buy for $170K or Lease
15909 Scrimshaw Dr. $850/mo.813-928-7220
$1195/mo813-205-0064 Carrollwood Springs 2br,
SCORK Area 3/2/1, CB, 2ba,2cg gated, pool
mint cond, Ig fenced pond $875/mo + 1
yard,CH/A 1300.mo+ month dep. Available
dep 813-752-1957 after Aug 1. For appt:
I CORKAREA, Spotless 2BR 813-882-9714 957-1881
1BA cottage, suitable Fishbawk Ranch Villa
for single person or 3br, 2ba 2cg, gated
couple ONLY. Utilities community, access to
included. $850/mo + pool.$1550/mo
security. 813-752-4235 813-689-5255
Immaculate 3br 2Vzba PARKSIDE ONE BAY-
2cg, screened in pool, SHORE 15th Floor 2br
$1650 mo. + sec. dep. 2ba Harborview 2000
AvailAug.1st(813) sqft unit for lease w/
891-1440/1-888-266-0199 panoramic view of
city/bay. $3000 month
DOVER, 2BR Bungalow, lease.(813)334-5351
CH/A, fenced yard, W/D.
$750. first, last plus South Tampa Culbreath
deposit.813-707-9130 Key, 2br,2ba condo,
11 0sf gated comm,
Forest Hills 2/1V2, car- poolsie & waterfront,
port, W/D & refrigenc, no pets, all new
HA fncdbkyar, shed. $1300/mo.813-293-1805
$823/mo+ dep. Pets
okay. 813-758-8292 South Tampa-Parkland
714W. Countryclub Dr. condo #404- 2br 2ba
LAND 0 LAKES 4BR + Newly remodeled.
LAND O LAKES 41311 + $1300/mo + security.
Office, 3BA, 2CG, 2551sf, Avail 8/1/05. Call Mala
huge fenced yard big (727744-9048
screened lanai, tile & -
hardwood. $1,795/mo. Town N Country 2br 2ba
Call 813-728-6704 condo w/ W/D & lanai.
Gated waterfront com-
Land 0 Lakes Lake unity with pool & fit-
Padgett East. 23451 ness ctr. New app 's
Sierra Rd. 3br,2ba,2cg, $1050/mo813-926-6554
2000sf, pond, custom
home, comm pool Westchase area, High-
$1195/mo. 813-655-5751 land Lake. lbr iba, wa-
terfrnt, 2nd fir, new
LAND 0 LAKES Stage firing carpet & paint,
Coach. 3br 2ba w/gar- ated, full amenities.
den tu, allappl. incl. $720mo. 813-220-0237.
W&D, ext'd lanai, pool &
m avail. $130 mo. WESTSHORE condo
708-361-2677. lease/sale. 2/1, W/D,
res cov prkg pool ew,
LUTZ, New waterfront, 2nd fir, new tile & apple.
3br, 2ba 2cg, appls. Avail 8/1. $1170/mo.
incl., $110/mo. + ep. 813-293-6879
No ets no smoking.
New Tampa 3br,2ba2ca Apollo Beach Waterfrt
w/opener gate, HK 2br2.5ba,Toallyrenov.
1500sf, all appls, scrnd balcony 1300sf
hkup, screened lanai, boat slip/direct access
seocs'stem,'conserva' to Bay pool tennis,
tion, de e. lawn svc ek o 3ach1100/m
incl, $1450/mo -- sec. Erik 941-928-7131
813-263-5676 BRANDON, near Xpway
NEW TAMPA ARBOR 2/2.5, gated, 1500sf,
GREENE4br h,3ba,2cg, all scr prch, great for
app, scr ana 6yo gat- housemates, $1,000/mo
ed waterfront home incl. water & cable.
w/many amenities. Exc 813-651518
loc. nr evr ythng- Carrollwood Village
$1600/mo+ $lbu00sec. 3B. 25BA, 2CM, 1800sf
Avail8/1.(813)299-0021 WD lania, fireplace,
ODESSA community pool.
5bdrm, 3ba, 3cgar, over $1,350mo + sec. dep.
2500sf, great neighbor- 813-781-3024
hood available 9/1, HARBOUR ISLAND-2units
$180/mo. sec. dep. Luxurious gated2br2ba
Call 813-3941097 IcgTH, S/Sapo, marble
PALMACEIA3br2banwly 5'rd' view,
remodeled, 1500 'tn9_7"f.Ti Eft&o.
WD HdWd Firs, Ci RED CE
ceil fans, Plant HS Land O Lakes, Stage-
istrc yd and patio ach 3br a brand
813 24 2299 new, all appated end
eed 3br,Nlba, /ardwd/ complex.trails $995
tile floors, Ig family rm, 813-477-60
screen lanai. orn large M I
snaded corner lot 2151
$850/mo. w/dascoun Homes
$800. dep. Pet dep
req. 8-478-2621 DURANT DW MH, 3br
KANT CITY new he W/D, CHA. 813737-2435
3br 2 ba 2cg, 101 Citrus
Landing Dr.Available af- EAST TAMPA MHP 1-4/
ter Aug. 1st $1200 mo. 50st St 5250 E. Broad-
with security dep. way, under new man-
813-684-8865. agent t, 2 & 3 bdrms,
MI E-IW 2 r br fean homes move in
E EwS story, br, today.Call818 20-370
curity,Dep.&stmonth. NEAR 1-4 & 301-1, 2 & 3
Utilities .gated comm. BR'S.$120-140 weekly.
Adult Mobile Home Pk Some with utilities,
813-677-4778 (813) 626-0820
SOUTH TAMPA-345 Bay- Plant City-2 &3BR MH's&
shore, 2br, 1 ba condo 1BR ant RV lots, 9am-
17th floor waterview, 5pM-F 813-754-6932
hardwood floors, gran- NT City 28R/28A,
i 000/mo' P T City 2BR/2BA,
Want Ads 813-752-7033
60 lei I #-A'
I Tree Gardeni~
24 THE COURIER AUGUST 4, 2005
I I I
w/boat dock, over 55
park, fully furn'd, 2bd,
1.Sba, on Tampa Bay.
$1000/mo incl: carport,
sec gate, c/house, pool,
hottub, trash removal &
lawn mowing. No pets.
Call Tom Merriweather
Plant City 813-752-5234
3 MONTHS FREE LOT
RENT-Nice shady lot for
rent in a small country
Adult Park 813-754-3792
1220 Travel Trailer
S20Lots For Rent
Plant City-2 &3BRMH's&
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
Clearwater Luxurious 3Br
2Ba penthouse over-
looking the bay w/ bal-
cony & garage, hdwd
firs, fpl great ameni-wd
ties! Upscale lifestyle.
$1995 mo. 813-765-2070
SALE...Book Now!!" 3
days, 2 nights 2 tickets
as low as $119.00. Kids
Stay Free! Shuttle and
SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES
Naples Gulf Coast
Premier Properties of
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WILL HAUL Trash Junk,
Clean Sheds, Yard, Tires
Junk Cars Anything! I'LL
DO IT! 73/-3351763-3745
I will mow/trim yards,
pressure wash homes.
Free est. Call Mickey
DC clean up & lawn svc.
Prop. cleanup etc Lic.
in free est 813-763-5011
1 will work on lawn mower
at home. Call John
13 7 Management-
Asst Manager for field
dept attropical fish
farm Mon-Fr Bi-Ungual
Food Service Exp.
Desirable. Supervise 40+
Drivers, EEO/M/F. Fax
813-764-8760 or Box 487,
Plant City, 33564
1303 Teachers I
13061 Accounting I
Mon to Fri FuRl Tine -
Send resumes fax
n 3201 Medical/I
o Health Care
Assist.Living 1307 E.
FRONT DESK Insurance
verification data entry,
billing/coding exp pre-
ferred. F/T. Pasco Sur-
Sgery Ctr, Zephyrhills,
Call Mary 813-782-
2143.or Fax res:
Consult our Classified
Professional Service Di-
rectory for a myriad of
businesses and services
that can lend a helping
hand. Just 1 visit to our
directory provides you
with information about
a variety of professional
service providers! See
U0 I Medicall |
j320 Health Care
Ful-Time & Part-Time
Knowledge of Lakeland,
Plant City and a clean
driving record required.
transportation a must.
BayCare Home Care, a
home health medical
company, is currently
please fax resumes to
orm Weaver at (727)
Learn more when you
visit and apply online at
experience for med-
Please see our
ad under the general
PLANT City Area Pre
School Teachers needed
but not requires. Will
CHEF, Cooks, Servers for
New Restaurant in Plant
COOK/WAITSTAFF FT, PT
ASST MANAGER. Apply
Snellgroves Rest. 109
South Collins St
KITCHEN HELf'F T. AIpp
in person Chancy Cat-
fish Shack N. Park Rd
F/T & P/T Positions
Apply in person 1505
HATTRICKS is Hiring
Cooks and Bartenders.
No Calls between 10am
& 2pm.813 225 42889
tant to Regional Manag-
er in the industrial In-
dustry. F/T position
w/benefits in Plant City.
Duties include: answer
the Phone, Customer
Service knowledge of
Word Excel and Inven-
$9-11. per hour.Fax
Reumr i,:,813-719 :861
Assist Project Mgr
Temp to Hire
Phone & organizational
skills. Will Train. Busy
office $8.-$10. Preferred
SECRETARY needed for
Construction Co. locat-
ed in Plant City area.
Must be knowledgeable
in Quick Books, Micro-
soft Word & Excel. Good
personality req. No
weekends. Please email
or Fax Resume at
13517 I salonspa
Available, Booth rent
or commission. Call
L3 01 Trades I
A/C Commercial & Resi-
dellal Mechanis. Duct
A/C, 16204 N. Nebraska
Ave., Lutz 813-962-8072
Buy It' Classified
Make your move to the
medium that's your #1
source of information
about homes for sale!
For all your housing
needs consult Classi-
fied when it's time to
buy, it's the resource on
which to rely!
Payne A/C has openings:
* Service & Maint Techs.
Good pay Benefits and
Training (813) 754-1955
AUTOMOTIVE: Techs &
Service Advisors Posi-
tions Open. Busy import
shop in Brandon. Best
pay & benefits. 5 day
weeLk. Great work envi-
ronment. Will train good
techs on imports. Call
Installers, FDOT & CDL
Riref'd. but not req'd.
Pay DOE. Minorities
encouraged to apply.
HELPERS Seekingexp in-
dividuals that have all
the necessary skills to
rough-in or trim for new
res. const. or both. Must
have own tools. Top Pay
& Vac/Health. Seffner
Call 813-622-7772 DFWP
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OP-
ERATORS (Finish) need-
ed immediately. Quali-
fied applicants call
Turn to Classified you
can Bank on our Bargains
IRON/Sheet metal work-
ers needed. No experi-
ence nec. 813-404-0794
LP GAS TECHNICIAN Exp.
CDLL Hazmat Full bene-
fit pkg. Must be motivat-
ed & energetic Apply at
4441 Allan Rd. Z'hills
813-782-5013 EOE DFWP
Clean Up/Warranty Pro-
area. Experience helpful.
Call 813-645-3900 x6.
Exp'd, for Local Pipe Co.
Fabrication and me-
chanical ability a plus.
Send resume to:
cornn or fax to (502)
S362 | Landscaping
in Dade City, minimum of
3 yrs of professional
exp. Must have current
Florida Class D Drivers
License w/good driving
record call 352.588.2235
or 813.781.3170 Mon-Fri
8am till 4pm only! DFW
S365 | Retail
Sales. Hyde Park Village
boutique, P/T or Fa.
Spot Advertising Works
1370 | Sales
HEAVY EQUIPMENT EXP
I Drier/ I
375 1 Delivery
CFI ORIENTATION Atlan-
ta. Did ou earn $49,950
in 2004? Think annual
earnings! $0.05 NE bo-
nus pay! Class A CDL re-
Excellent Pay & Benefits
for Experienced Drivers
0/0 Solos, Teams &
Graduate Students. Bo-
nuses Paid Weekly.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer. (888)MORE PAY
LOCALDRIVERS NEW PAY
New Hire Bonus for
Class A CDL
Recent Grads Welcome!
DRIVER NEEDED for dedi-
cated run between Tam-
pa & Ohio. Class A CDL
license required. Call
800-523-1111 ext 118.
Driver- NOW HIRING
QUALIFIED DRIVERS for
C ral Florida Local &
OTR positions. Food
grade tanker, No haz-
mat No pumps. Great
Pay and new equip-
menrt. Need 2 years OTR
experience. Call Bynum
Transport for your op-
Full line vending, highest
pay,exc benes. Apin
person. 9-5 Tampa y
Vendin 9501 Palm
River R. Tampa, FI
DRIVERS WANTED, P/T,
Call 83-607-6000 ask
for Mike or Dee
Do you have good news to
share with thousands
and thousands of peo-
ple? Place a Happy ad in
TAKE TE FIRST STEP
TOWARD A BETTER
**Lease Purchase Plan
Guaranteed home time
No Lease-Op Costs
Spouse Rider Program
2yrs OTR exp req.
Miller Transporters, Inc.
Call Brian Hall
at our Plant City, FL oc
S/E & 3-State Run: T/T
Drivers. HOME WEEK-
ENDS. Mileage Pay, Ben-
efits, 401K. Trainees
Welcome/Miami area -
exp req. 23 min
Cypress Truck Lines
YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL
WITH DAVIS EXPRESS!
* BE HOME-RUN SOUTH-
* BENEFITS-HEALTH. &
DISABILITY INS. AVAIL
* ULIFE & DENTAL INS.
Call 1-800-874-4270 #6
Sunshine Youth Services
is holding ajobfairfrom
Wednesday August3 at
Guff and Lake Academy
Open positions include:
Direct Care (Techs)
Please direct questions to
LABORERS to $10
MAINT. MECH.to $15
Drug free/Bkgmd ck
* Laborers, Foreman,
* Maintenance. Nursery
Supervisor & Irrigation
techs for growingLand-
in E. Pasco Co, (Dade
City). Call 352-588-2235
or tax resumes to 352-
588-2154 or e-mail office
net Pay based on exp.
Exp & Bi-lingual a plus.
Job Placement Assistance
Training are available
through the YMCA. Must
be 16 years or older.
Please apply directly to
Plant City Fmily YMCA.
forklift trained, bonus-
es, health/dental, 401K.
Tampa Steel and Supply.
1301 N. 26th St
wanted must have expe-
rience & be cerfitied,
background check re-
quired, must have own
tools. Please apply at
Amazing Autos 618 S.
Collins St, 813-79-1975
MOBILE HOME SET UP
Helpers needed. Experi-
ence preferred but will
train. Call Plant City
P Order Selectors, Ship./
Rec. (Forklift test req.)
Crim. bckgrnd v & exp.
req. $10 Da/$12 Night
needs 25 employees
NOW!! $9 temp-Hire
Plant City area!!
Do you have good newsto
share with thousands
and thousands of peo-
ple? Place a Happy ad in
No Ex nec. Will train for
ing. Plenty of work.863-
Rotating shifts $10
Temp to Hire
5day wk. Ful benefits.
Drivers lie. Apply 3802 E
Columbus Dr. pa 9a-4p
WILLING TO EDUCATE?
Individual For Rewarding
Career in Financial
13811 Part Time I
QuickBooks & Excellent
Phone Skills Req'd.
Printing & Laminating In-
dustry. Ruskin area. Call
34a i Vocational
AIRLINE MECHANIC -
Rapid training for high
paying career. FAA pre-
dicts severe shortage.
FAA Approved. Job
PARK YOUR CAR IN CLAS-
SIFIED and see ittake off
in the fast lane!
1396 Schools I
EARN YOUR HIGH
SCHOOL Diploma at
home in 6 months or
less. Work at your own
pace. Keep your present
lob. First Coast Acade-
my. Call for free bro-
1400 Misc for Sale I
BATHTUB REFINISHNG .
Renew / Change Color.
Tub, Tile, Sink& Chip Re-
pair. Commercial & Res-
idential. 5 yrs. Warranty
Insured. Serving Florida
Over 10iyrs. 'Florda's
Did you suffer a Heart
Attack. Stroke. Clot or
Heart Surgery while
CELEBRtX, OR BEXTIRA
Your claim may be
GRULL Tow-behind, gas or
wood burning. Excellent
condition, great for
MEMORY FOAM All TEM-
PUR Orthopedic Memo-
ry Foam NASA Mattress-
es, warranty. Cost $1995
$499 King. All zes &
sets available. Shipped
727-733-9334 Toll Free
POOLTABLE, all wood w/
CASH PAID for anything
Gold or Silver, Diamond
Rings & Things, Old
Coins & Large Paper
Money. Old Wrist or
Pocket Watches, Stamp
Wrist Watches made by
Rolex or Omega, Old
Weapons & Paintings.
Call Cash on the Spot
CASH PAID for Diamond
Rings & Things, all gold
& silver items, old pock-
et watches, wrist
watches by Omega, Ro-
lex & other, silver dol-
lars and othercoins. Call
John 813-649-0790 or
Will pa cash & pickup.
WANTED! Buying all Old
US Paper Money, coins,
jewelry, silver and Mili-
tary items. Call Skip @
$$ PAID for all types of
JEWELRY & Silver/GOLD
DIAMONDS & GEMS!
Call SAM 727/804-7463
Call Mike @407-488-6146
LOOKING FOR ACOUSTI-
CAL ceiling laser. Laser
to install 2x2 or 2x4 sus-
pended ceiling. Call
FREE FILL DIRT WANTED -
14011 Auctions I
Pursuit 2470CC Boat
with Yamaha 225 four
stroke engine. Sale da-
ta: August 16, 2005 in
Tampa, Fl. For details,
I ANtiques/H r
CARDS Vintage 1930's-
'70s. EXMT-NM, many
Mantle, Mays, etc. (407)
876-8260 o 407-341-1236
Brothers, mission, ex-
cellent condition, rare
In Lutz/Land 0 Lakes, US
41. With ad, 5% off. Call
996-7555 for directions.
ED DID YOU WORK IN A
MOVIE THEATRE? HAVE
VINTAGE MOVIE STAR
PHOTOS. (727) 585-1486
J403 1 Kids Stuff |
PLAYHOUSE 8X12' wood
w/windows, door & 4'
front porch shingle roof
$300. OBO. 813-754-7496
1406 Jewelry I
PENDANT, 1 carat Dia-
mond pear shaped flaw-
less D color. Make an of-
fer. Call 813-323-4108
ROLEX BUY- SELL
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
ITALIAN CHARM BRACE-
LETS thousands of
charms, starter brace-
lets, great business with
display cases, must self,
sacrifice $1,000 OBO,
14071 Diamonds I
PENDANT, 1 carat Dia-
mond pear shaped flaw-
less D color. Make an of-
fer. Call 813-323-4108
ask for June
i 1 Stamps I
40 Cons- Books
Buying all US Coins, Any
Best $ for you coin or
Tampa's Oldest Coin
Store. Top Dollar Paid,
Cash. 5802 N Armenia
WE BUY COINS!
Buying selling, trading!
Over 38rs exp. Buying
Silver & Gold coins. We
pay to 813-792-2493
1411 Furituire I
Shopat home svc, wide
select free AMC
gift card, 813.505.3174
(410 Furnlitiure | 410 Funiture
BED $125 MATTRESS $100
Absolute All Brand Name A brand name, full or qn
Qn/Full ortho pillow top pillowtop Mattress Set,
mattress set. New in King $185, new in plas-
plastic w/wrntyCandel. tic, w/wrty. Can deliver.
BED $225 KING MATTRESSDR.COM
Orthopedic Pillow Top WholesaleShowroom
Matt. Set New in plastic 7924W. Hillsb. Best
w/wrnty. Can Deliver Prices.TEMPUR-PEDIC,
813-363-0097/477-9019 Me Foam Adjustables
833309/7- 9 & Air. 813-889-9020
10" Mattress Set $395. MATTRESSES
Developed by NASA, As 3 sets, double sided pil-
seen on TV, 20 yr non- low top, with warranty.
prorated warranty. New Never used. Can deliver.
in Plastic. Can deliver. King set-$325.
813-363-0097 or 477-9019 Queen set $275
Bed, queen, Armoire, 9 Fullset-$240
drawer dresser with 813-293-7621
mirror, natural maple
wood. $1,000 OBO. Sofa
& Love Seat, both reclin- MEMORY FOAM
ing, multi-colored. $500 mattress $399. any sz
obo. All in mint condo. 727-447-0957
Moving 813-909-2522 813-612-5911
BED, SPOOL 3/4 vanity & ORIENTAL CARPET
dresser, walnut, 1800's. Ethan Allen wool, 9'x12'
$600.813-707-1624 Teal Rose & Off White.
BEDROOM 1-8pc PATIO Umbrella by
Kng/uln Brown Jordan collaps-
King/Queen ible tiki thatch, 9',
Solid Cherry, med finish. $2000 new best offer.
All drawers American And more. 813-977-3332.
dovetail neverused still
in box. Can deliver cost SALE! Wicker Dining Rm,
$4,500 sell $1,575. Living & Bedrm Sets.
www.solidwood Patio furniture, accesso-
bedrooms.com ries & gifts. Call Forever
813-293-7621 SECTIONAL w/2 Reclines
BEDROOM SET 5 Pc solid & Hide -A- Bed, Stereo,
wood ex cond, $425. CD Player, Cooler, &
813-752-6071 Phone Rook-up. $950
BEDROOM SETS SOFA & LOVESEAT, NEW,
Wrhouse Full Must Sell! LEATHER, includes tags
Wicker &Rattan.manyto caramel color. Pd$1680
choose.813-876-1566 Askin $1000 FIRM.
............ Sofa & Loveseat,
BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR Contemp, Cream
Ortho-PEDICNasa w/ astel stripped
Memory Foam Mattress. includes 4 matching
AsonTV10YrWTY throw pillows & Cherry
Q cost $1699 sell$399, glass top coffee table
K cost$1899sell$499 s500. Casual corner
FREE Fla. Delivery w/ad! dining set, exc cond
All Sizes Avail + P. Tops solid natural wood
AIR & ADJUSTABLE@ w'bench 8 ch3irseatina
WHOLESALE Prices I.-,r 8. -00. 813-685-1289
Rid your garage of bugs MATRESS SALE
VW Bugs that is! Place Twinsetinoflip $100.
your in autos for sale, full set n flp 149.
class 649. Qz set no ip $169.
SDAY BED $275A Sofa & Loveseat, Over-
DAY BED $2 /5 stuffed earthtones. Reg
Complete with 2 twin price $995. Pay off bal-
matts & pop-up trundle. ance $395. or assume
New, never used can $20. payments
1W DAYBED$275 115S. EVERSST
Complete with two mat- PLANTCITY 813-759-8864
tresses & trundle. All ESTATE FURNITURE SALE.
new in boxes Can deliver. Quality Carolina tradi-
813-363-0097/477-9019 tional sofa & chase
lounge set $299 paid
Dinin set and buffet $1350. Solid oak highly
MU SEE Marble look detailed country dining
solid stone with glass table, $450, paid $1405.
top. $1,500 Must Sell, Designer brass & glass
(813)948-9389 coffee table $75.
............ Also misc. items
Valrico (813) 661-1790
DINING SETS Antique Dining rm set,
WrhouseFullMustSell! tab e 6 chairs, hutch,
Rattan &Wicker, Manyto china cabinet $400 obo.
choose, 813-876-1566 813-920-7502.
DI G TBL, Slid Decorators dream:
DINING TABLE, Solid Ma- Annabelle's Sofa, BIG
le, Antique Drop eaf, elegant. Exc cond. Paid
Spool Design, Gareleg. 3200. Sell $1400.
6 Cane Seated Chairs. 803-920-7502.
FOR SALE: Qn size Futon
DN RM Table, Mod Euro, F200. Twin beds (two
Henredon, pecan gls $100ea.4pclthrSofaet
mir top, 121"w/ leaf,81" $200. S/5Refri, white,
w/out 10 chrs. Hg end $100.352-684-5734
pc $2500 813-230-7341
Entertainment Ctr w ,Natuzzi, ear
sofa,oWe seat and rock-
All wood, cherry or oak, er recliner. Like new.
lighted w/beveled glass 999
dors, accommodates (3 03
upto 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER LEATHER SOFA CHAIR +
USED, sell for$1650. Can SET!! leather sofa chair
deliver. 813-293-1743 + ottoman + leather
sleeper sofa, coffee ta-
Spot Advertising Works ble and end table. pho
tos at topqualifyci-
it FUTON$225 tr.corn/L $1,400 010,
Oak w/xtra thick matt 813)662-7104
New in boxes Can deliv- 4 j A. iii.o I
er. 363-0097/477-9019 1416 Applance
APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
FUTON ES IN TOWN! Large -
Medium oak, honey fin- election of wasers dry-
ish, 9 layer matt, new in ers, stoves &refera-
box, cost $625, sell $285 tors. $795 & a.Wr-
813-293-1743 =&t ,kno
HIEYWOODWAKEFIELDO den aed
Dining rm set includes DR
table, chairs, buffet &
china closet. ** APPLIANCES**
Champagne color. USED WITH WARRANTY
$20 forget. From$99*
813-969-0888 AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
LivingRm-2Sofas Chair, 281-T/7
2 End Tables, 1 Coffee, PARTS TODAY
Area Rug. Excellent 1190N. Nebraska
Condition. $1,W0. 972-4242
LIVING ROOM SET Sofa, es$75 &u e
Loveseat, Chair, coffee &Retr.114 30th St
taMl a 2e= tables. Free Delivery
600 Must Sell, (813) 813-632-620- er88
S stainless GE Counter
UVINIROOM SETS a in door, $650.
WbhouseFdl Sel Range, ee, stainess,
icker& --to KitdcenAid self clean-
ceoste. 6wi i ngceramic cook surf,
-www-iollywicr.c 3m 25. Advaqtium over
............ the range microwave &
MARBLE TUB 2 caps Convectionven combo,
beds, desk w/hutch, biabk, $250.813-839-7832
ent. center all in grea
shape, offers. Want Ads
(813) 210-2682 WtlLMl
1416 1 Appliances I
VACUUM RAINBOW SE
with attachments, Ex-
cellent condition used
very little. $325
WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
WASHERS & DRYERS
$250 a set, $125 Each.
Call 813-382-8615 Tampa
Business Phone Systems
New & Used, Installed
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voice mail.
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011
Used AC condensers,
various sizes available.
removed. Call Ted @
AC/HEAT PUMP Systems
Clearance on all 10-12
seer split systems, new
In box with factory
warranty @ wholesale
prices, sample: Split
2ton $726 3ton $825
4ton $1055,Free Delivery
Summer Special! A/C
new in box. 5 yr Fact
Warrty All Homes Siz-
es: M.Homes, 2-ton
$910, 21/z -ton $960,- 3-
ton $1005 31/z -ton $1070
Prof. Install Lic RMOO-
NEW ** S/DENT
You Deserve the Best
Prices, Service & In-
stalls. We Do ItRightThe
First Time! #RA0039944
REMINGTON AIR 971-2206
New, still in box, must
BASS & GUITARS
BAY AREA'S BEST!
NEW USED VINTAGE
BUY- SELL- TRADE
GRAND PIANO Wyman
WG/70 Black Grand Pia-
no purchased 2004 mov-
ing & need to sell $5,000
OBO, (813) 220-0472
Keyboards, vintage '70s:
Fender Rhodes $650.
Wurlitzer $350. Yamaha
baby grand CP 70 $4000.
Must sell! 813-963-0269
PIANO All Models
Grand Opening Sale!
Spinets from............. $695
Grands from............ $1695
Adams Pianos 632-8600
WITH OPTION TO BUY
$25/mo Lowst rates in FL!
PIANO SALE, New & Used
Most Popular Brands
Incl. CD Player Grands
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Best Prices & Value
PIANO Sohmer Baby
Grand, mahogany Ivo-
ry keys beautiful
carved fegs. $3200
Over 200 to choose from,
Limited Time Only!
VIOLINS New N100 Ger-
man $150. Viola $150.
Cellos $319. Cases &
655-6554 727-945A 42
Radit $io, TV, Arup
424 1 Stereo
BIG SCREEN REPAIR
HOME PHONE DISCON-
NECTED? Get Recon-
Frorgi $29.99/m9. NpDe-
posit, No Credit Check.
can DialTone, Connect-
ing Customers Since
INFINITY KAPPA 9 Mint
sound. 5 foot taBk lll oak
JESSE DOLLAR Sales.,ew
& used merchandise
Tuesday Saturday 9-7.
0 0 Sth-tTampa
33612. Across from Busch
CoMet Classified for
Haieys, & Hondas so
has venles of a" dinds
to make yor dream ma-
AUGUST 4,2005 THE COURIER 25
I Radio, TV, & 432 Commecal
424 Stereo Equipment
NO PHONE SERVICE? Get Complete beauty salon
Reconnected Fast! Ba- equipment for 4 opera-
sic Service $24.95/Mo. tors. Will Sell Separate-
Long distance plans ly. Available from Sept
available, no deposit. 24. $3000. 813-229-3226,
Transfer service- keep 878-0156.
1-888-467-8286 & 434 Restaurant/
1-800-813-9235 Insta- Hotel Equip
tone. Se Habla Espanol.F
$24.95/mo basic ser- BAKER'S PRIDE Pizza Ov-
vice. 8AM-8PM. ens, HOBART 60 qt Mix-
Stereo system, Pioneer, 7 er, i0x7 walk in cooler.
spkers, glass cabinet, 727-581-9293
exce llent cond $700.
813-783-7347 CASE 12' meat/seafood
SS 3 compartment sink,
3Olbs counter scales SS
Big Screen TV's 6' table 2x6 glass door
46 and larger with cooler. 613-866-8665
warranty.$250and UP Catering/Rest. Equip.
Call 813-986-1229 Owners relocating, Chi-
S Medical I nastillinboxes,chafers
28Medical pans & much more. Call
I Equip. for list 352-796-3843
Amps, DJEquip, Speakers HOBART Mixers, Glass
Wireless Mics,Lightin, Door Coolers Grills
Best Rental Selecion n Stoves Pizza 6vens,
Bay Area. Ask about our wak27-581-9293n coo rs.ca
do it yourself DJpkg. 727-581-9293
Beamworks Inc. Rentals 4 IBuilder's
& Sales. (813)855-0709 440 Supplies
beamworksinc.com I Supplies
Elevator Lift, used 2 yrs, ABACA Wood/American
exc. working condition. Oak Flooring Wholesale
Cost $3,500. Now $500. from the Original Guy
813-949-1157 who started in this sec-
tion. I buy flooring from
SCOOTER ELECTRIC all over the world no
GOLDEN EAGLE $400' Middleman. I have more
813-752-1686 products in stock than
813-752-1686 anyone that will sell to
Wheel Chair, Motorized the public.Containersof
Golden Alante, good Wood, Laminate, Ce-
Cond. $1000/obo & ramic starting at .99 sf.
Manual Wheel chair, Come where the build-
$150/obo. 813-628-0564 ers & savvy buyers buy
ni Flooring 1-813-918-2737
Office Equip. www.yeagerflooring.com
430 & Furniture We also do expert Sand
& Finish work for your
300 Herman Miler A03 workout old looking
300 Herman Miller AO3, floor, Call us and we'll
6x6 Workstations. come ri over to mea-
Exc cond. Other Cubicles sure an make plans to
available. Call for fill your needs. Yeager's
details. 727-647-1853 Noody eatsour ual-
Bookcases, Chairs, ity or service let alone
Desks, Files, Conf. our price.
Tables, All In Stock fON
Chairs 50% to 70% OFF. Cabinet Storage
635.9255/5414N56th 82 x 42 x 60 Kaman 119.
Business Phone Systems $806 firm.
New & Used, Installed 813-433-8901
1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
Norstar, voice mail. CABINETS
20 yrs exp. 813-985-5011 Brand Names
Cubicles, steel case KRAFTMAD,QUALITY
panels, peds, work Whlolesale Prices
surfaces, more. Make Do lt Yourself
offer. 813-786-8314 Or We Design & Install
KNOLL & HAYWORTH CABINETS, Kraftmaid,
Workstations All sizes. shippeddirect to your
Lowest Prices! Call Chuck home, wholesale prices,
813-966-1072 almost Lifetime warranty.
PHONE SYSTEMS/Voice CERAMIC TILE, ,
Mail. New & used. In- 4-1/4x4-1/4, off white,
stalled w/warr. Phone 15sq ft a box. $7.00 a
Scomputerjacks. Lic'd, Lr qyanti avail.
ins'd. Fred 813-227-8599 Call352-613-5308
I | Computers & FLOORING
Equipment Prefinished oak still in
I boxes, 2308sf. @ $2.25/sf.
AMD $99 Internet Ready Will split, 813-318-9056
Computer. Laptops Granite Custom Counter-
starting at $149. New tops- all sizes & colors.
systems starting at High Quality Great Ser-
$299.1031W. Busch vice, Low Prices.
PC Services 931.4976 727-741-5500
AMD 2800+ New PC $399 Lumber Rough Cut yellow
256mb, 80gb HD, DVD, nine. Exc for building &
52x CDRW, Windows XP. eci ng. 2"x8" 2"x6"
One Year Warranty 2"x10"2"x4" 1"x6"1"x4"
ISORM.comComputers 8 to 16' long. Reduced!
14918 North Florida Ave 813-634-1963
(813) 264-0408 METAL ROOFING SAVE
COMPUTER REPAIR $45 $$$ Buy Direct From
*Flat Fee Not per hour Manufacturer. 20 colors
ISORM: Mvon-Sat 10 to 7. in stock with all Accesso-
14918 North Florida Ave ries. Quick turn around!
(813) 264-0408 Delivery Available. Toll
SELLING YOUR CAMPER? Free (888)393-0335.
Place an ad in class 562 METAL Roofing & Siding
and see how many buy- 26ga-36" coverage as
ers pop up low as $1.40/ft. www.ciof
liiII isui>< i nIi |IjIiiii Industries 800-545-4580
R WATER CONDITIONER,
Model 5600 Economin-
der. Like new. Originally
$3,995. Now $2,000.
I Patio & Deck
SAVERS 1441 Supplies
53 cents ea, Many colors
Do It Yourself Info
Paver Sealant Available
(813)968-6150 Sun Pavers
4111 Super Savers I Concrete Pavers 2nds
411 Supe vers from manufacturer
1986 LADY DIANA low price, Brooksville
WEDDING DOLL$75. 352-799-733www.
ANTIQUE PENNY V1) f e. m
Gumball Machine 0. IA Sheds &
Free Pix 225-753-0205 444 Carport
ANTIQUE PENNY (I) -,
Gumball Machine $40
Free Pix 225-753-0205
BUICK W/TITLE. RUNS
$175. 813-752-8037 OR
CHINA HUTCH 24x24x9 $9,500
2 pc. $75.00 24x30x9 11800
813-754-1759 Both are enclosed
Concrete slabs. 36" door
DRESSER 5 drawer dark &2-7x8garagedoorsinst
wood 44"hi 38" wide 18" Other sizes avail
deep. $40.813-754-7849 813-788-3501 713-2333
DROP IN STOVE
GOOD CONDITION $50. FRED'S SHEDS
813-737-1934 Plant City & Apoo Beach
Frigidaire Freezer, chest 25 seds to ChooseFm I
type, like new $10. 6x8 upO12x2i4 in stock
813-754-1759 Larger Availoan Request
TRAMPOUNE 14' w/safty Great Service
net 1 year old. $200. 813-759-1250
813-754-4769 Ivemesg FRED'S SHEDS
WASHER (New) & Dryer You'll find value buys
$225. 813-752-8037 OR : advertised in Classified
813-753-0824 each and every day
14801 Dog. 1 [4~801Dogs 114801 Dgs I
PORTABLE storage bldgs
built in your yard. 10x12
$1981,12x16 $2976, 16x24
$5526. Built to FL codes.
STEEL 18x21 Carport $695
Sheds from $1B925. Al
most Any Size Available
449 Machinery &
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
"As Is" to fully second.
Stop and see why we
give the best value in re-
cond. forklifts in the
state. Huge inventory.
1401 US Hwy. 301 N. Tpa.
25,000 Acre Hunting Club
in N. Florida. Plenty of
Deer, Hog & Turkey. Dog
Hunt & Still Hunt areas.
Campsite with electric
Glock new model 37 45
gap w/law 17 laser
YARD FRUIT TREES
90 Varieties: Lemon-Lime
All Sizes $15 to $50
Crepe Myrtles all sizes
3 for $29-Up to $50 each
1480 1 Dogs j
Free Vet Visit & Exam
S.W. corner of McMullen
Booth & Enterprise Rd.
Bring ad-$200 OFF
S.W. corner of McMullen
Booth & Enterprise Rd.
American Bulldogs- Two
15 weekpups, 1Male,
1 Female, $500.5 Males,
8-18 mo.$300-$500. All
NKC reg. 352-243-2762.
American Bulldog Pup,
Male 4 mos old. ABA
reg, Parents on Prem,
APBT/AMstaff CKC rare
rnlnrc h.,pvbupc 1M 4F
TurntoClassifiedto: dewoir shots,'show
BUY IT. lu3 5 companion.
SELL IT. 813-657-0699 anytime.
FIND IT. AUSTRAILIUAN Shepherds
GUN SAFE, Hvy duty dbl Reg. tri red males 2 left
DR, 2 hr fire resistant, HC $175 (863)701-7647/
41Wx27Dx71H, 5" thick, 863-370-3172 visit us
exc. for gun collection. www.bcranch.net
$1995 813-299-2143 AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
GUNS concealed permit pups, UKCI, See photos
class $35, sale carry gun www.mccartys
Taurus mill pro Black cor is.com
$299, all calibers Call 352-591-2271
813-210-GUNS (4867) BEAGLE PUPS AKC, small
GUNS Weatherby Mark V size tri-color, M & F
300mag US made 9x40 shots & hth cert kd
scope 900. S&W 357 raised $350-$400.
model 66 Houge grips 813-293-8889 685-2175
$300 813-598-1235 BLUE HEELER, Female
Puppy, DOB 4/20/05 all
POOL TABLE $1250 read" 'works' cattle.
4'x8'Pro Series, solid $200.813-685-0753
wood, 1" slate, leather BRUSSELS GRIFFON Male
pockets K-66 rails Ball weeks black$700;
and Claw feet, Worth 5K. Females years old fawn
Lifetime warranty, with black mask & black
Can deliver & set-up. Female $700 each
813-363-0097 or477-9019 813-935-6584
Pool Table 4x8 BullTerriorPups-5weeks
Pro Series 1" Tournament old. All Males. Only 3
slate, K66, 100% gium left! 1 Brindle&White
rubber rails, diamond 2allWhite.813-356-9371
sights, carved cabinet, or813-239-6181.
new in box, never used.
Cost $3200, sell $1250. Bullmastift (2) both
Can deliver. 2.Syrs, 1M Brindle $1000,
1F fawn w/blk mass
813-293-7621 $1000 or both for $1800.
Wht Bull Alapaha Blue
POOL TABLE, One of a Blood $500.8 3-628-0584
kind custom Robertson
Billiards, 9', appraised
8000. First $2200 takes Cairn Terrier
it. 352-688-2392 (Toto) AKC, health certs,
SOUTH TPA'S Only Scuba, 8startewks. aer0.trai3-659-in.
Paintball & Firearm wks.$5 0.13-659-24.
Supply! Action Aquatics, Cavalier King Charles
835-0062,2908 Gandy Spaniels, ACA health
Blvd. M-F, 11-7, Sat 10-5. cert, 9 wks. $105.
T Classified u Hudson, email karensca-
Turn to Classified you email@example.com
can Bank on our Bargains CHIHUAHUA 9 wk old F
WORLD'S LARGEST CHIHUAHUA, 9 wk old F,
WORLD'S LARGEST Bik, CKC re gis,
CUSTO M KNIFE SHOW!r Applehead parents on
The Knife Makers' Guld rem, shots, hlth cert
Show, Orlando Renais- $W .813-926-3125
sance Hotel at Sea
World. 08/05, 6 & 7, CHIHUAHUA/JACK RUS-
hours: 10-5. Free admis- SELL MIX PUPPIES Go to
sion with this ad! Call www.justaskjulie.com
Dan 813-967-1471 to see pics. Avail 8/9/05
S451 Exercise 813-759-9543
451 E iment ChihuaHua Puppies, M &
| Equipment F, Fawn, Rear lues
Blue/White Parents AKC,
WORKOUT EQUIPMENT, ACA, shots, hlth cert.
Women's 30 minute $400-$600. 813-477-0924
229-241-8226 or COCKER PUPPIES
229-269-8141 Ready 08/01, 2 females,
1 3 males, shots and pa-
456 Health pers $350. Call:
456 Products 863-425-3164
LEVITRA VIAGRA Muscle re'd 4 F, 1 M 1st shots
Relaxer!! Pain Relief!! & health certs, home
Order online: Pricebus- raised, Born 5/31, must
terrx.com or 1/888-773- see! Call 813-928-1908
6230 FDA approved drug
Soma, Tramadol, Cariso- COCKER SPANIEL
prodol, Fioricet,Viagra, PUPPIES!! Blk & wht,
Levitra and more! US i- reg, 1st shots, beautiful.
censed Phy si- Both parents are sweet
cians/Pharmacist Over- tempered dogs. Private
nightShipping Including home $300 863-967-7855
Saturday delivery. COCKERS, AKC buff, 2
HEALTHCARE for male left, shows -ready
$59.93/month!!! NEW to go. $425.
LOW PRICE! For entire 813-728-6064
Dental, Vision, Hospital- CORGI PEMBROKE AKC
ization more! Pre-exist- Puppies, health certs.
ing conditions OK! Call Ready now; 2nd litter
P. Family Healthcare! read in Sept. C. Cards
(800)531-2630 sc. W1034 OK (352) 523-1360 -
jI1 Power Dachschund Puppies,
460 Mowers AKC/CKC w/healtth cer-
tificate, variety of colors
RIDING LAWN MOWER $450-J650. Call
Gravaly 66" deck,, cu 813-391-4578,870-1997
62". asking $4,500. DACHSHUND Puppies,
813-685-1257 parents onpremises, 1sf
shots & ndewormed, 8
14651 ~ & G I weeks, M250.
14651Lawn&Gdn| wI e 81-681-7377
BAHIA or Fioratam Sod ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS
delivered &seton site. AKC, international
Larkin Turf champion bloodlines,
DadeCity. parents on premises,
352-567-6989 can E-mail pictures, tak-
ing de it www.Sar-
FREE HORSE MANURE kersBulldogs.com.
Great For Gardens! 2500. 352-797-6344
Local delivery available. Class 584 is your ticket to
813-661-1096 Boating Adventure!
English Bulldog Pups-
2 Fem,3Ma. Rdyon8/2,
AKC reg. champ, blood
lines, adorable! $2,000
Males. $2200 Females.
ENGLISH MASTIFF PUPS
2 females, AKC apricot,
health cert. Must sell
GERMAN SHEPHERD AKC,
OFA pups, black/tan,
family raised. www.
com $500 352-344-4876
AKC BigBoned Pups/
Adults, Rich Colors &
Blacks, family oriented.
$650 & up (941)809-6242
Female, 8 mos old, all
GERMAN Shorthair Point-
ers AKC, sire-FC/AFC,
gree HIth cert. 1st shots,
etc. Ready 7/30. 813-
GOLDEN Retriever Pups,
AKC Reg, Grand Champ
Bloodlines Parents HIP
Cert Health Cert. $800
hypo allergenic, fleace
coats, http:// howard-
Great Dane Pups AKC, 1
Male, 1 Female Mantles,
PUPPIES Several to
choose from. $300.
HAVANESE, 1 male 1 fe-
male, cream/sable &
cream, Champion bred-
Italian Greyhounds 2M
$550, Health Certificate,
Parents toys, Ready
LAB PUPS, AKC, BIk, Yel-
low & Choc. parents on
premise ready 8/24/05.
400-$550. Taking dep.
now. 813-677-8458 or
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet v blk hds,
6-yellow$325 ea. 1-choc
$500. POP, 352-588-4666
LABRADOODLE Fl & FIB,
2nd gen. Fleace coats
hypo allergenic http://
corn $1100+ -364-8345
PUPPIES AKC Parents 0-
FA Certified Yellow
Born 6/9/05, POP, Tak-
ing Deposits Ready
8/13/05 $550, (863)
LABS, 10 wks old AKC,
Exc bloodline, hith certs,
1st shots, yellow, Males
& Females. $500.
LABS AKC, 2-M, 2-Fo
1-yellow, 1 black, hlth
cert, shots t $700,
LABS yellow, AKC, health
certificates, micro, 2nd
shots, wormed Ready
now $600. Call for info
1-cream 2-reds 2-black
sable AKC Health Cert.
Call 813-625-4402 for
PITBULL PUPS FOR SALE,
8 weeks old, registered,
red and chocolate red-
noses, health certs. $300
PITBULL PUPS red-
nosed/colby big heads
all colors. Only 7 leff
PITBULL RED NOSE PUPS,
Red Devil Corvino blood-
line, sires father champ
Gambler, $400 with pa-
pers firm (352) 263-6629
Pomeranian Male Pups,
shots vet checked, 8
POODLE, toy puppies vet
& Fs, some tiny. POP.
$600 & $700 (863) 859-
7558 or (863) 859-6337
POODLES standard white
AKC, parents on site, fa-
ther royal standard, 1 fe-
male $850 & 1 male $650.
Ready to go 8 wks old.
Health certs. 1st shots.
POODLES TOY 8wks, vet
checked, health certs,
wormed shots female,
black $475. Rare female
phantom $500. Male
choc/grn eyes $500.
READY NOW. Also 4 blk
females, tiny, tiny toys,
ready 8/11. Home
raised, pre-spoiled, par-
ents on prem, taking de-
posits. Cash Only.
Puppies 4 Sale
Park Ave. Puppy
RAT TERRIER PUPS UKCI,
See photos @
ROTTWEILER 3yo AKC F,
German line, blocky
head, really friendly,
g ood with kids. $400.
ROTTWEILER, AKC PUP-
PY, female, 8 weeks,
German line, Kid safety,
shots & hlth cert. $700.
SCHNAUZER MINI, AKC
Pups, hith cert. shots
$350 Male. $400 Female.
SHARPEI Pup, AKC, shots,
hlth cert Dk Choc, M.
Born 2/12, house/crate
w/crate+ $1300 obo.
SHIBA INU pups AKC,
lines, shots, papers.
Meet Mom Dad,& fami-
SHIH TZU Puppies, AKC
Champions, st shots,
Classified Ads Prices
well within sight A se-
lection that's lust right!
Brandon -1020 Kings Ave.
Brandon 1531 E. randon Blvd.
Dover 12902 Newsome Rd.
Gibsonton -13150 US. Hwy.A
Land 0' Lakes 2400 Land 0" Lakes Blvd.
Lutz 18902 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Lutz 23512 S.R. 54
Plant City 2401 John Redman Pkwy.
Riverview 11015 Bloomingdale Ave.
Riverview 13220 S.U.S. 301
Riverview 9817 S LIS 301
Riverview 603,S F,-Ulitbu'i iJ
Valrico ', 'i ,
Wesley C? '- 2- 1 F.
ZephyrhilL -. '. .: -". .-
SHIH TZU pups M & F
BRW/white, avail 7/26
6 wks old, w/health cert-
$500-$600. Come Now
for early pick.
813-719-9466 Plant City
STAMP out ITCHAMA-
CALLITS! Promote heal-
ing & hairgrowth on
dogs & cats without ste-
roids. Use Happy Jack
Skin Balm, ItchNoMore
shampoo, & ToneKote.
WEST HIGHLAND TERRI-
ERS AKC REG males $750
Females $800 OBO (407)
YORKIE-MALTESE mix &
mix cuties. $400-M $500-
YORKIE PUPPIES High
Quality male and Fe-
male 8 weeks old with
Health Cert. CKC reg.
$1000 (813) 684-7820
YORKIE PUPS, 8 weeks,
AKC Health Certs,
small, thick hair, teddy
bear faces, POP. $800 &
S up. 813-839-6143
YORKIE pups AKC regis-
tered 3 male small 8
weeks, health cert
Yorkshire Terrier Pups &
1-2 yr old BICHONS, Cock-
er Spaniels, Lhasa Ap-
sos & Gol- den Retriev-
ers M & F of each one,
$350-$850. Serious only.
A Selection of More Than
Beagle, Bichon Boxer
Lab, Pomeranian, Poodle,
Pug, Shih Tzu, Husky,
Silky, Westie, Yorkie,
plus many, many more
All Puppies Come With:
*1 Yr Health Warranty
*Free Vet Visit
'Free Training DVD
e100% Financing Avail.
Also, a Large Section of
Small Animals, Birds &
All Your Supply Needs
7699 W. Waters Ave.
M-F 11-9 Sat 10-9 Sun 11-7
Visa, Mc Amex Discover
1481 Cats I
ABYSSINIAN Kittens Reg
affectionate, playful, 1?
wks, neutered, vacc.,
Show/Pet. Ready to go.
Bengal Kittens, TICA reg,
10 wks, shots, health
Tampa 5604 N. Hesperides
Tampa 5001 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 8801 Memorial Hwy.
Tampa 10601 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa 12049 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 6008 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 4901 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 2301 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 13151 Race Track Rd.
Tampa 8305 W. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 7124 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 11211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 5616 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 311 E. Davis Blvd.
Tampa 5125 W. Cypress St
Tampa 17621 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 5102 Pointe of Tampa Way
T3mp? 7?01 Temple. Terrae Hwv
T:m. ::. d. J
7 r'[ .. "r ..
Y Kittens & CatsY
Free to good home. Spay-
ed, neutered, some vac-
cines (813) 963-6612
KITTENS & CATS GALORE
All sizes and colors.
Sat & Sun. 12-4
Animal Friends Society
KITTENS, reg, Burmese &
raised under foot.
Loving & sweet. HIth
cert, shots. $350 & $450.
Amazon Blue Front, $600;
B/G & Military Macaw,
$750; Derbyan, $500.
Healthy, hay hand-
AMAZON DY, GR. Cheek &
sun conure BH Pionus
Love Birds, 0uaker, GR &
Yel Ring Necks. All Hand
Fed. Call 727-726-6864
1483 1 Exotic
various, make offers +I
pair of M/F ferrets ready
o breed w/cage-access
1498 1 Estate Sales |
PLANT CIT. 225 C,,untry
L3ne, Fr; 5 Sat 8. t,,
8am. 39 N., Rt. on Sam
Allen. L at 3rd gate, Rt@
2nd Stop sign.tomplete
I Garage, Yard
499 Sales, Etc.
LITHIA, S. of 640 at 204
Princess Estate Lane Fri
& Sat Aug 5 & 6. 8AM-
2PM, Home furnishing
cloths, Misc. Good Stuff
PLANT CITY 1516 Teak-
wood Dr, East Walden
Lake Fri Aug 5, 9:00 AM
Craft Books & Misc craft
etc. New Prom Dresses
PLANT CITY, 3835 Swin-
dell Rd, between Charlie
Tayloe & County Line
6. Furniture, Tools, lawn
PLANT CITY, 425 E.
Knights Griffin Rd, Sat,
Aug 6,8AM-2PM. Lots of
great furniture & House-
hold items. Dining room
furniture dinette set,
sofa, recliner, end ta-
center. Also a tractor &
other farm implements.
Lots of other STUFF!
Come see or call
813-362-0437 or after
PLANT CITY, 4703 Bugg
Rd off Mudlake Rd, Frin
Sat Aug 5 & 6.7AM til?
rain or shine, Brand n me
Teen clothes guys/girls,
computer& lots of Misc
4 1amge, Yant
99 Sales, Etc. |
PLANT CITY, 707 E Lee
St Fri 1:00 -6:00 PM ON-
LY. Sat 9AM-5PM Large
Sectional W/iqz sz sleep-
er, King Size aterbed,
Stereo. Portable Bar,
SPRINGHEAD. 2818 Clay
Turner Rd, Sat, Aug 6,
8AM-3PM Children to
adult clothing, comput-
er accessories, house-
hold items, tool box and
TURKEY CREEK PEOPLE
& PUPPETS FOR CHRIST
is having a Huge Sale at
Ahava Baptish Chruch,
Turkey Creek Rd 1/2 mile
N of Hwy 60, Sat Aug 6
8:30 AM, Lots of Misc &
I5 Fruits &
GREEN PEANUTS Picked
fresh daily. Hand grated
9a-6p M-Sun. Cre Rd.
Call 813-659-2652 or
477 6631 or 781-7987
ROUND-UP PRO Clones,
$27.95/gallon in a2.5 gal
container Save $$ buy-
ing by the case. Call
1510 | Farm Equip. |
HST, 4WD, diesel, 16HP,
auto transmission, PTO,
60" deck mower, 48"
bush hog only 976hrs,
525 Horses &
All Kid-safe. + 30 more!
Will finance anyone. $0
dn, $100/mo. Many
beautiful paints! Will
trade & rent $15/hr,
$25/day. Call now:
POLE BARNS, Garages,
workshops, horse barns
Other Sizes Available
APHA, 3 y. o. bik & wht
mare, beautiful mover,
APHA loud tricolor year-
ling files. Pretty bay
mare, rides pleasure to
own All World Champsire
Free Horse if boarded
with us! Full board;
$250/mo. Horses rented
$15/hr, $25/day Call
now 813-649-1126 www.
ponies tack trailers
equip. Top prices paid.
Good home. Call Cyndi
Tampa 6016 Gunn Hwy.
Tampa 6845 N. 22nd St.
Tampa 10815 N. Nebraska Ave.
Tampa 3560 Waters Ave.
Tampa 4001 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 5522 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 2320 W. Waters Ave-
Tampa 824 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa 10843 N. 56th St.
Tampa 4943 E Busch BiNd.
Tampa 5601 E. Fletcher Ave.
Tampa 8002 N 56th St.
Tampa 7711, 1 .-.. f '.:
Tampa 1902 N. US. 301
Tampa 1001S. US 301
Tampa 909 S. 78th St.
Tampa 702 ..L- -
26MPURf.OiiAJER4J A JGUST 44 2005
Halflinger, 6 yrs old 39' 2002 Damon Ultras-
thorough, kids safe, trail port 300 Cat 6 spd 23K
rides, $1200. 4 yr old miles $90,000 will take
pony, 14H, kids safe, $1K trades (863) 514-3505
BEEF CALFS 40' 2095 Pre-owned Al-
BEEFc CALr pine (by Western Rv)
For Sale. 3001bs to 40'QSMSRP $321424, 4
breeding age. Delivery slds, 400 hp, 7.5 QD
avail. 863-581-5322 Gen.custom Peak chas-
sis,30% off MSRP -now
WANTED: GOATS, SHEEP 2s5,420 or best offer.
LAMAS,& CAT'nLE. TOO See pictures and details
PRICE PAID. GOOD www.mhsrv.com
HOME. CALL CINDY 800-335-6054 or
NOW 813-649-1126 (817)437-6685
BkAngus, blk/wht face 888-Bates RV Nearly 600
Brangu dividedin Airstream Jayco
separate herds. Also ha1-4exit14Tampa.
black Anus bulls (850) Alphal-4exitl4 ampa.
510-454/(229)246-1819 15611 RV's WantedI
MORGANS Trained &
young stock. Classic
ipp & Lamberties.BATESSuncoastRV
exc. temperament & con-
formation 850-212-0184 LET US RENT&
PONY Manage Your RV
Paint mare w/aint fil IncomeTax Benefits!!
kid friendly $0/bo-r. Call 1-866-673-6878
call 813-63-3355 or
813-244-8361 Campers &
Paint Mare, 3 years old, 562 Travel Trrs
15.1, easy to ride $1500.
Bay Pony, Mare, 14 17' SUN LITE, tandem
years old, kids safe! axle, fully self-cont'd,
$850.813-855-8992 a/c, awning, non-smoker,
REG. HORSE MARE cond. oriin, $3706
(good trail ride) & Paint obo. 813391.0433
Mare (Barrel) 24'Coleman Niagara Pop
$1000/each. Includes up w/il/ohtwtr shower,
saddles 813-782-2766 toilet fridge, A/C, heat,
s/o dinette, sleeps 8.
Mini Horses $8,400 neg. 813-545-6227
For sale. All ages. 25' 1999 Travel Trailer,
941-750-8221 exc. condition w/maual
LIVESTOCKhauling,fenc- slider, priced to Sell!
ing, portablepen. Land Asking $8500
clearing. 813-754-3797 813-927-1404
BULL (1) & 5 cows 25' AIRSTREAM 1974
Registered Brahman. For Classic, AC microwave
Sale 813-737-9137 awning, $7,500. Call
SPastures & 727-415-0615 eves
526 Stalls 31' 5th Wheel 1996 Carri-
SLite Cashay, 14' slide-
PASTURE NEEDED: Have out, 19' awning, garaged,
10 Cows. In need of 10 non-smkr, exc. cond.
acres or more of pasture. $13,000.813-634-5958
Please help me to keep 32' 5th Wheel w/ 2 Sli-
my herd. 863-529-4206 deouts. $20K obo. Will
Horse Bording, full & Sell w/Dodge Ram
pasture, 12x12 stalls, Doole Diesel Truck.
round pen, riding area, 813-731-7672 or
50 ac in Wesley Chapel, 352-683-2521
$200-$300.813-783-7593 34' SAND PIPER TRAVEL
HOPEWELL STABLES TRAVEL 1998, 2 slides,
Clean Stalls Full Board, queen bed, fridge,.mi-
$350/mo. High & Dry, crowave, alum. awning,
Lush Green Pastures. shed, (727) 741-1756
S. Plant City 737-5176 37' 1995 TT By Sierra.
540 I Poultry I LR/Kitchen Slide, Priv. fr
Queen BR & Back bunk
beds, refrig micro, CHA,
OSTRICHS Canop W24' screened
I H rm.$8K 813-786-5757
FORSALE813-546-5435 38' Franklin 2005 TT Sell
813-546-5435 contained, fully loaded,
BRONZE Turkeys, runner 2 slide outs, Central air,
ducks, guineas all ag- washer/dryer&awning.
es/sizes. 863-944-2746 $22,900* 813-650-9345
550-599 POP UP 1993 J Series 1006.
5 59 AC, 3 way fridge, sleeps
Recreation 5, like new condition
Recreation 2800. Call Bob
5n0 Motor Homes POP UP Camper, 1999
560 RV's Rockwood Premier
series M2308, AC, refrig,
21' 1996 Chevy Roadirek wning slees 8 new
Popular 210yicadre tires. o,,d cong
Popular 210. iadedwith obo 27385-9940
exlras, 68K mi excellent
cond ,ion. $21,500 ono. 4 Recreational
Call813.641-3643 564 Rental
27'2002 Winnebago Class
A, 32K mi, slide, gen, BOAT SLIP 45', South
ducted air smoke free, Tampa, deep water in-
awning. below book eludes water and elec-
$38,500 Firm. tric. $375/month. No
813-754-8187* 368-3785 sailboats! 727-643-6431
29' Winnebago Brave, POPUP CAMPERS for rent
1996 fiberglass rf duct- A/C, Sink, Stove, Frig.
ed air/heat. Satellite, Call Lynn to reserve
VCR, 2 TV's, CD changer, 8133.546.1827 www.popup
qn bed, awning w/scrn rentalcampers.com
rm, beautiful cabinets.
-ood shape. 290 15651 RV Storage J
13-994-7900*- 240-.91 1
31' IMPULSE 1989 Anni- C'wood RV/Boat storage.
versaryEdition.Loaded, Sec kg w/24hracces
79K mi. Great shape. bright night lighting
Sleeps 6. $12500 ready wash area. From $35
to go. 727-420-3664 813-968-4991; 505-2803
31' Tioga 2000 class C South Bay RV & Boat
w/16' slide, 38k miles Storage-Secureoutside
Ford Chasis V1O, lots of and covered storage.
extras, $41,000 obo. SouthBayStorage.com
36' 1997 FORETRAVEL Fowler & 1-75 RV's/Boats
U270 Unicoach Bus 44K Secure outside $50/mo.
mi, dieselpusher all ac- Covered $150/mo
cess, list new $2O,000, HappTraveler RV Park
sell $79,900.813-404-6532 813-986-3094
36' 5th wheel 2001 H RAM n I Swimming
PRES SKT, 3 slides, 580 Pools & Spas
$37,400 obo 352-592-2227 $500 FREE.
37200 Dolphin, 2 slides, Pool Chemicals or
s/s ref base w/ice, W/D towards a Spa.
2 tv, sat gen, 2 a/c, Ford Call for details
V-1 tag axle, no (813)469-4679
smklpets, very clean. HEATERS FAC-
Runs great $58,900 A .EAT FA
947-235-93M5' TORY DIRECT: Solar,
Heat Pumn or Gas. Co-
38' 1998 MONACO DIPLO- ete do-it-yoarself poel
MAT luxury diesel coach neater kits. Phone
w/all options, 46K mi quotes, installation
cost $200K sell $68K available in most areas.
Cal 813-40-5741 1-800-333-9276, ext. 50L
38' 2005 Beaver Santiam Market.corn Lic
(By Monaco) 4 slides, #CWC2M Ilasued.
400hp, 8,000 Onan gen, Dealer inquiries wel-
8K mi. MSRP $226,095 com
Now price $158,900=
30% off MSRP. See corn- HOT TUB, hot springs Jet
plete details at Setter, New cond. Pd.
mhsrv.com800335.6054 $6400. Will sell $2500
38' Pre-owned Beaver .hard cover/Easy
38' Pre-owned Beaver Roll Bar.813-727-7605.
2005 Santiam (by Mona-
co) PDOMSRP $226730, Hot Tub, New Wave de-
4slds,400Ohp,8k dslgen, luxe therapy spa with
9k miles,too much to extrajets forkneeP&hip,
list, 30% off MSRP-Now seats 6. $1500 obo
$158,900.See pictures 813-717-9674
and details @
www.mhsrv.com HOT TUBSPA 5 person,
800-335-6054 or Deluxe mode, fully
(817)437-6685 loaded, never used, full
Spot Advertising Works $1,500.813-508-1320
I5 1 swimming | 5841 Boats I
I Pools & Spas 19.5' CHAPPARAL 1998
SPA,, 2002, 4 person LTD. ED. I/O, open bow
wa erfall, wood cabinet, w/trailer, Bimini & cstm
good cond, $1000. covers, great cond
813-657-8460 $13,000. 813-494-3506
19.8' 1987 Chapperal,
SPA IN A BOX Like new 275hp Johnson, very
99. Used person spa very clean great condo.
$999. Call 813-484-2883 al trlr w/newrollers
SPA NEW Must Sell,
$1999. 5-person with 20' 1997 Malibu Re-
Warranty. Can Finance sponse, 325hp 450 hrs,
andi DeIIver, great cond, with trailer,
I MOVE ANY SPA 20' Aqua Sport 1996 150
Johnson, EZ Loader Trr,
24/7 GPS, FF, VHF, DP Bimini
813-625-0165 Top, Exc Cond. $10,995
83 Water 20' Riviera Pontoon Boat,
Vehicles w/115hp Yamaha motor
& trailer, new floor, car-
YAHAMA 2002 WAVER- pet, canopy, runs great,
UNNERS XLT 800 match- $5000.813-972-2332
ing set, (2)Two 3 ppl. 20/' WELLCRAFT 1981
waverunners w/cov- i ci n 'S
ers,low hrs. used only I 5 si e cabin, '8a
times, and One (1)2002 Johnson 200hp, clean,
performanceedual ski runGPsgreatdepthfinder,
trailer. only $9500 GPS & otherextras.
(813)310-7459 $3,800 obo. 813-477-9133
KAWASAKI SX750, stand 20FT(2001 Yamaha LS
up, needs motor work, 2000 Jet Boat, Bimini
coul e great toy Top, AM/FM CD, Trailer,
w/some TLC. $500 obo. Ski PoleGood nition3.
813-245-242 $10K OBO. 863-781-2238.
KAWASAKI 199u9ltra Check out our Pet Classi-
KAWASAKI 1999 Ultra 150 fications to find the fur-
with trailer, good cond, featherd fien
only 36 hrs. 4500 obo. ry or feathered friend
813-273-4789 that you seek!
21' 1966 T-Craft, 292 Mere
BOOR Yamaha let skis, 2,& I/, 4 whl trlr. 1985 GSY
trailer. 2001, yes Merc1/ 2 whl trr,
warranty, fast! 7both1200
$8000 for both. 813 504-5637
813-765-5424 21' PRO SPORTS 2003 Ex-
WE BUYUGLYPWC & MO-cellent Condition 13HP
TORCYCLES! We also re- Honda 4CuddStrokeWalka-
air & service Al Makes r$26,500.00 (352)
r Models! 813-293-6789, 596-7395
I I 21'SKI BOAT. 1994 Sport
584 1 Boats | NullQue. 10. h,:urs,
ire'h iijaer,,-r ilh. brriri
15'1995 Seadoo Sports iop. rurni great. I4mK.
terGood Cond. w/New Call Steve 813-'592-499
Trailer & Cover. 150 hrs, 2
Some Accessories.$4K. 223 Grad White, 2001,
813-986-2129 arrnara .00. 2 trol-'s.
elecironirc. e rc cond.
16'Cimmarron Glass fish- Cali613 286 8149
Jng boat, 1985 6hp2
nson w/til, ait 25' GRADY WHITE 2004
well, rod storage, trail- Journev Walkround. 58
er, great conT $1995. lamah.a 225 4
813-245-3444.986-2121 siroike.elect Ironu, bm
In, isoread in hi dhi LIKE
16.3'BASSTRACKER 1994 NEV. 5$9.90( i8131
w/reblt '98 50HP 731.1310
Johnson, less than
20hrs, great condition 26' REGAL 1994 DECK
$3300obo.813-918-1034 Boat. Catmaran. Fiber
glas., twin null. 200 h.p
17'5" Bass Tracker 1999 eng irebuilli w new
Pro Team 175 Special noat railer. Cumrnplet,i
Ed. w/25HP Merc. Very restored, new top.
Good cond. Runs great a sea[i. Must see. wll
$5000.813-653-9658 Irade $l9.9 5
17' TERRY BASS BOAT, 81 1875S862
125HP, livewell, trolling 32' GRAND BANKS 19i4.
motor, 2 fishfinders, 120HP djesei sleeps 6.
runs great, ready tofish, Br.iol cona Was $87K.
$2500obo813-363-8215 Nowa i4.900. Call Tom
ha, tilt & trim, trolling Check Ou Cars.Trucks in
motor, depth finder, today Ciassifiedsection'
trailer exc cond $69006
813.73t.2914cor719.0465 34' 1989 Sea Ray Epress
cruising boat. AC. rnaar.
18' 1999 Triton bay boat GPS, 6.5 KW generator.
115 johnson cc ss prop Asking $38,500 like new.
livewell cooler seat Call 1813-267-8589
trolling motor exc cond 3 2002
(813) 737-3728 381 2002 Searay
) 737-3728 Sundancer. 270 hrs,8.1's
18' ETC Speedboat/ski, clean, reliable 72 mi.
Alumin Trailer, 115HP radar, auto pilot$227,500
Mercury, Needs TLC obo. 813-855-6741
8-685-6127 BOAT TRAILER-'04 Load-
Master, 15/17', alum.,
18' Flats Boat, 1999, Alu- spindle syst, spare tire,
ma- weld Express CC, stainless lugs, exc cond.
18x8, 90 hp PT&T, SS $1,250813-495-3807
bo. i3-949-3130. BOATS Several storm
oo. 139493130. damaged and donated
18'Maxum2001BowRid- boats for sale: 18'to 32'
er inboard/outboard Mike (727) 204-7988
cleangreatfamibo, MERCURY INFLATABLE
$9900 352--818 13ft, 2003, hardly used
exc cod, red, heavy du-
19' 1999 REGAL LSR fast- ty, w/20325-hp Mercu-
track, 55mph+ !SSprop, ry. Few hours. $2,800
imini, wrnty clean CALL(845)5911945
or813-962-2395 OUTBOARD ENGINE
REPAIRS. All makes &
19' 2001 Searay Sundeck models. New Nissans
w/trailer, 220hp, fresh- sold. All boat repairs.
water boat w/only 75 Gibsonton Fl 813.767.5521
hrs, looks & runs great,
$22.5k. 813-975-949 Largest Volume Pontoon
Dealer in Florida.
19' Ranger 1999, 518 VX Nauticstar Bay Boats.
Comanche, 200 Yamaha www.donsboating.com
ProV 30hrs Bur./tan, 813-677-1300
Lowrance3BkonBhrr Searay2002 182BR 190HP
Evin. trollingp gar kept
215 35 IE2 '53 T77 or MercCruiser, owhours,
131 ..... ^shore lander trlr, depth
S-541 4400fndr canvas cvr, VHSra
Want Ads dio, $15,500 813-494-3785
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585 Boat Slips I
Rocky Point Area near
George Rd & Memorial.
Outside storage, 24 hr
Access Fenced &
locked, Boats RVs, Trail-
ers, Autos, Trucks Etc.
Serving New Tampa, US
19 Hudson & Port Richey
areas. RVs, boats,
autos etc. $40+ /mo.
South Bay RV & Boat
Storage -Secure outside
and covered storage.
Storage! -All boats/RVs
welcome. Secure facility/
24 hr acc. Reasonable
Harbor Island Boat Slip
Garrison Channel float-
ing docks. Can accom-
modate sin-Ig boats w/
shore pwr. 813-789-5833
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+ /mo. Secured loc'n
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto. trucks.
$40+ mo. Secured loc'n
Fowler & 1-75 Boats & RV
Storage. Secure outside
$50mo Covered $150mo
Happy Traveler RV Park
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OF USED PARTS.
1998 200hp, EVINRUDE
V6, New Lower Unit
Days: 813-885-2555 or
1993 Mariner 30hp, SSP,
controls, recent service,
MERCRUISERS (2), 5.7L,
265HP, FWC engines
w/1.5xl BW trans, 1000
hrs. Exc cond $5,500 for
Manifolds, fresh water.
sm block $260 & big
BOAT TRAILERS, 24'alum
w/tortion bar axils,
$1100 obo. Also 24' gal.
hvy duty $500.
27' 1987 Captiva Sloop,
3' draft, 1998 8hp John-
son, Palm Harbor slip
avail. $6500 obo.
1587 I Sailboats IAuto 1 1271 |Utility
www.saiHam bay.com 620 Engines, Trailers
25 Hunter I Parts &Misc, Enclosed cargo, 7'x16'.
Da-ii or to RaceCarwheels, 12x15x5 tandem axle w/new
1 SAILTIME off, B-Ic. 10 Available. brakes & tires, rear
$65 ea. 813-786-8314 rampdr&sidedr. $3500.
03 PACE 7X16 Ramp rear
Transportation TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt doo A/C wheat an
from A-Z. Guaranteed electric, rigged foir
quality work. Your place cam )or hauling,
Auto or mine. Call Rob $7500(813)754-0825
620 Engines, 813-610-1535 1 I Trucks- Light
Parts & Misc. 627 1Utility 1629 Duty
Bay Area Moto Wor.i Trailers CHEVY 1992 HALF TON
Engine rebuild & instal, reg cab, V8, auto, AC 8'
Up to3yr warrarny 16' dual axle ed. Runs ood. $200
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994 flatbads, 2, with ramps. 813-839-2028
$1600 for both Dodge 1999 Ram 1500
CHEVY 305 & 350 remain 813-833-3257 Sport, 68K miles, fully
crate eng. 1987 thru laded, lather
1995, 0 miles, complete 6'x1' custom trailer, all interioa.ed le r
w/warranty. 975. Call mesh, ramp, toolbox, interior9,24240.
813-685-6864 spare, removable sides Call 813- 4247.
overhead racks. $856 DODGE 2001 Dakota Ext
CHEVY 355 4 bolt high 813-389-3688 cab V6, dual exthst 35K
perf. engcompi 0.miles,d mhitchlineextras!
crane cam edel. int 6x12x2 Never used- 15" hitcondh,. Ainr powe r
$1750. Used 454 eng exc wheel w/gate $825. $11,525 727856-8 127
cond $900813-685-6864 Used 6x16x3 tandem -827
$ 800. Others avail. FORD 1985 BRONCO II
Engines & Transmissions 813-237-0110 Air, V6, AT, 4WD, white,
upto3yrswarr.M-Fay5s 8'x24' OFFICE TRAILER, looks and runs$ god,
MemBB813-907-5519 great condition, needs new Michelins,13-886-697 $,500.
some work, askin
Motor, Transmission, & $1,400. Call FORD 1993 F150 XLT ext
Part, Nissaan 1999 813-928-0141 cab, Black, 8 cyl, auto,
Maxima, 50K ml.
813-731-8208 CARGO TrIr '05 Encl. a/c, runs great.
6x12. A/C Gen Box$3500/oo.
Linoleum Fr. Bk w/Wh 813-628-0564;601-2903
Open Wheel modified VinyllntSdDr. 2000mi, FORD 1999 F-150
chassis Includes int PerfectforTailgating! extended cab, 4 doors
metal, motor plate, $4500813-926-1503 A/C, automatic, tool
nerfs. $1200. box, liner, nice truck!
813-786-8314 PARK YOUR CAR INCLAS- $6,400obo 813-404-6071
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0CHRYS LER 2001 LX 42K WANTED Sport Bikes. Any Vehicles
FORD 2000 LIGHTNING mi, excellent condition JEEP1986CHEROKEE2dr, ye. any con We pa BMW 2004 325i, 4dr, V6, FORD 2000 Mustang LINCOLN 2001 Town Car PORSCHE 1969 912, price
pNGkin-km e ,, rexcet o nitiono Rf 4 4cy KoEEdr u cd -ca. TSa.C WIe partck ,a
pickup 80k miles, red cu, remote doors roo aK i od cond- u.calsh ToS e Will P Ron's Auto Restoration AC, PW, CD, sunroof, Conv't silver/blk, 73K Cartier,Beigew/lthrint, reducedto$8,900. Wht/
xccond, 1 owner r813ac-643-seats7.12K ton813-215-79/909-4489 obo aes.ervP6 2522 19292000, Full & Para Perfect condition. mi. V6, loaded, all pwr, 52K mi$100. Seffner red int great mechani-
13 bo. Call81813-215 THROLE FACTOR Rust repair complete $25,800obo. A/C,CD,soleLIKE 8i36843399 cally,fulrestore yrs
113-Z22 THR2DODGE1999 argopaint 721-533-8970 813-831-5311 NEW, $9800. 727-72-1973 ago. 813-453-5934
FORD 2001 F-15 DODGE1999Cargo 1997 Grand YAMAH 2001YZF R, F2001001FocusZX3,A/C, MERCEDES 1990 300SL PORSCHE 1990 944 5.2
Super crew Lari thr V8140Kmgoodcond Cerokee.Fullloaded JetBlackwithu WANTED JAGUAR XK Buick 1987LeSabre 5 speed, excellent convertible & hard top CABRIOLET74,000 oin
en ry, stereo cargo bins, SW-915-13B wt miles.$er 0. dit $4,300 firml Call XK Healey/ MGTTR3/ Maroon, 146K mi, runs condition, 66K miles white/gray, new tires, nal miles. white wh
encutry steys, cruiseo CD 3,000813-91500 l es0. do 4-19283 firmC MGA. Any condtion.I great cold AC, $1150. fully loaded. $6,350. 6CD cngr, exc. cond. blue leather interior.
security sys, cruise, tow DOGE 20001500Handi Call813-920-7440. 4041928 Cash buyer wilickup. CALL813-685-5048 813-997-3300 $11,000.813-259-9925 Formercollectors car.
pkg me 10. pa 10 n Cl89-0C b rW iOver $20,000 spent in
pkg, more. 17,000. cap Van, Hi-Top, V8, AC JEEP 1998 WRANGLER Golf Carts (407)620-695 CADILLAC 1994 Con- FORD 2004 MUSTANG GT MERCEDES 1997 E420 1 as few years. Too
813-220-1670 power win, Braun ft 78K, Red 6 Cyl,5 I Icourse, A/C, fully load- 40th Anniv. Ed. Scream- Owner, Non-Smkr, Exc. many new parts to list
FORD 2001 F150 Harley 3K m i. Or i. owner. Speed, Warranty F E-Z GO 4whl w.,char er. 648 Station ed, Ithr seats, low mi, ing Yellow, Coupe, load- Cond. 68K mi, BIk Opal Reasonably priced at
Davidson Edt. 37K mi, 2 $16,000 813-642-8627 LWtes,NewSpare,870 wnshiel new bat- Wagons runs exc, immac. cond., e lowm, 5Spd,8yl, Ext.TanL.thrInt $12,500. (813) 52-2104
TVs, 4drs, 7 spkrs, tun- Dodge 2000 Caravan- (813)957-1854 terry, S1J25. 3whl $4,000obo 813-453-0124 Cust Rims Mach6CD $14,895.727-424-9064
nel bass,f2 eualizers wheelchalraccessable LEXUS 2002 RX300 Exc wcnarger,$625.Boinin FORD 1996 TAURUS G CADILLAC DT K00boA13-948-6351 M CEcDES 98 dd L ter,
$23.9K A fu11730 be- braun conversion. Al! cond.loaded,DVDsun- goodcond8]3 300 014 stiaon wagon. liPow o CADILLAC DTS 2000,t 1 3-997-3497 MERCEDE51998 C230, mintcond.19owner,24K
ow 9 9 flh3 b ran conversion.. All -e sw goodcond813 300 0114 stationagon.talpow 3-9under9GM ExtWarranty. Look's hardtop, detach CDnew
83wr4eta. bb.com) upper for hand roof, 38K mi. 28600 er 3 seat, cold A cert. 6 yr 100k warranty, Honda 1995 Accord LX, New. Every Option. ties ared, ,500
000-813-68976k mi. Askinnea16,0e0vOBO.p-6 8e14 or GOLFrCARTS low mi & familyAwnew.r 13,99Bvr
Ford 2003 F-150 XLT- obo.941-575-8 941-544-4534 wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade $2,tion. mmaculate,Sier wndws& locks cruise, Ca1813-690-0164 obo, -22
Fully loaded ext acab, DODGE2000 GRAND CAR- UNCOLN 2000 Navigator, Chargers parts all relat- BUICK 1994 Roadmaster9 w/black fabric top 53k white,4door.$4400obo.
4oor,30K miles, AVAN Wheel chair ac- Only 22K m. loaded ed.813-645-4515 Ruskin pass.wagon,Sr.owner mi $24,995/obo. 813-299-3814 MERCEDES 19995SL500 PORSCHE 2001BOXSTER
fiberglasslidonbed. cessible, Kneeling IMS new 23 whls, white/tan 1637ATs it er n,813-948-4701 HONDA 1999 Accord, 5 Silver/silver, loaded, p r w
IuatecondMti r m 2 5 Nsunercrd S sier, dd perint!Factwarranty
m00 83-5 1 $2ram van, low m358 Ithr.. exc. cond.25,000 $4 39 27 Cadillac 2 DeVille sped,45Kmi, mintcon- newtires araged, exc. til 2/07!! 67K miles
con$21k.941-483-3508 813-655-65 AT 2005 110 cc shaft Loaded, clean, under dition, one owner, cond. FREE hard top Drives like new! $24,50d
FORD 2004 F150 XL, 8'bed Ford 1993 Aerostar 118K Uncoln 2000 Navigator, drive4cycle,03spd + Automobiles warranty$16,900 $11,000 Neg. Call rack. 813-334-8035. best offer 813-786-1509
w/liner, 4.2L V Red, mi, AC, wr wndws & BlkTan,49kmiles, navi- reverse, electric start. For Sale 813-659-1933 -503-7437. MERCEDES 2002 CL500
Seff 70r08 1- 385,4 locks, til & cruise 3L,5 ationsystem,dual cap- $1099.352-854-7279 Honda 2000 Accord 2 Silver, all opt.,AMGpkg, Porsche 2002 911
Sebner -s4a 8 a very ood gains chairs tow kg, door Silver 65K mifes, Nay sys, new tires fac S46s d,19K mi ealgra
$50obo3-390-008 $17,995.813-335-0956 Kawasaki 2001 Mojave 4 998ntegraGS-R,80K mi. fully loaded CADILLAC 2000 Seville spoiler, CD new tires, warr, 38,500mi.Prislne. blkt, beautifulcon
GMC 1968 Pick Up, short FORD 1996 Aerostar XLT LINCOLN 2004 AVIATOR wheel 250 hp 4 stroe sunroof, V-TEC, alloys, SS70K mi New paint, exc. cond.10,500 obo $51,900.813-259-9925 $62,50 813-240-8641
bed,402 bloc 3spd. Green minivan, 111k mi, 2WD, pearl/tan, 17 reverse, liquid cooled $7000 obo. 863-644-77 $15,500.813-760-7513 MERCEDES200232036K Porse 2000 Boxste Asking 813-505-2737.
nice pan runs alpwr, oodond. miles, tow pkg, 6 CD, runs perfect! Clean $15, 8137607513 HONDA2003 Accord LX mi, extremely clean on- Tiptronlc SIverGrey
good loo great, $7000 2 zoneAC 20m leather exc cond $2200 63-698-6369 ACURA 1993 Legend LS CADILLAC 2002 Eldorado 5 spd manual, 26/34 y 28,900. full $4750 Interior, portackae,
ooo.8$3500obo13-782-443 $295000bo813-383-4413 144Kmi.exc.cond.auto, ETC, White diamond, mg, 1 owner, 22K mi. belowret (kbb.com) Garage Kept,18K M.
GMC20042500Savannah MERCEDES 2002 M320 640 Vehcles loaded, champagne Ithr chrm whis all opts, fact alloy whis $14,800, 831-477-8417 $27,900.727-367-6286.
Mazda 1986 B2000,4 Cargo Van 41k highway 51K. 4wd. Itrir. ne Wanted int new Michelin tires, warr26,420mi nt 813-81-3313 2003 OLLS ROYCE 191 silver
M dan986B2000,4cYl, CroVwar.426hi,40hw yk .4wd.16 00. wMERCEDES-BENZ
spd, many new parts, miles, clothinttow pkg, brakes& tires. owner. $5500 813-968-1504 $26,500813-654-827 Hyundal2001Elantra,un- C230 SEDAN 24,500 mi, Spur II,32kmi,exccond,
$800obo.13r-765-,4 813-21ery lean. N-9293876mkr Gold6-4494 For Crs, Tr CASH ans ACURA 19973.0CL 82749 CHEVY 1993 CAMARO der warranty, includes Na ue4door Auto., Champ ne/cham-
$80813-21 1 8199387 9 or Cr rucsVn mi, Green, Auto, old Z28 110Kmi, One Own- 10 CD chaner. $5000. 2W,4Cl.$25,000with pagne. $6,000 obo.
Any PnceAn Time .r Pwr, Good Con- 813-689-3316 7/1000 warranty or 727-458-5686
NISSAN 1993 Pick up w/ GMC 2004 Savana Van, NISSAN 1990 Pathfinder PALL MEFIST! me A/C, Premium Pkg er. C, Pwr God Con- 813-689-331 0600 t r 727 -5686
cab, a uto, A/C, Excellent Fully loaded. PlasnaTV, 5 spd, looks and runs 727-505-3882 w/Gold Accents, Leath- tion.$4250. HYUNDAI Nov 2004d 2 th 4/50 Saturn 1995 SL- Silver,
condition, white, 3,500 DVD VCR wireless great moving, must er, SpoilerSunroof & 813-967-5767 Elantra blue, exc cond, (813)298-0370 tinted windows, Sower
813 645-1460 headphones. Equipped sell550 obo. WANTED* Chromed hims, Fully Chevy1995 Camaro, runs auto, powerlocks&.win- MERCEDES 2003 SLK 230, locks &drs CD.New
for paystation 2. wo 813-9 3-1054/335-2549 CDEADORALIVE c Loaded($8,850 reat,173Kmi, auto AC, dows low miles. Kompressor Convert- En only40okmi.Runs
TOYOTA 1992 PICKUP separate stereo sys- arstrucks&vanstems. Top of the line ( NISSAN 1 Pathfinder,(813)273-099 PW, PDL, custom alarm $9,500obo813-545-8386 ible Sport, Blk/Char- Excdsdrivers window
Black, ext. cab, 145Kmi., p ashiFree Tow ACURA 19983.0 CL. sys, Over$2000invested INFINTI 1996 045 coal. 6C/ape, Lo Jak $1700.813-433-3282.
A/CCD, 5 spd, bedlinr van, Must see to appre- 4x4, SE, V6, auto, AC, 813.930.2464813.760.2656 99 0 B in custom stereo. Clean ape, Lan1 3mi arr Vc 38nd
runs perfect. $2,900' ciate, 26K miles. $40K. moonroof, CD great Champaone, moonrf 6500 ml Waa
813-96-7807 .486- Cal813-727-7607 condition. $2,950. Call CASH PAID For Cars 13- 60-0403 WemainaneO TOYOTA 1997 CAMRY,
HONDA 2005 813-230-105 Running or Not! We'll Acura 19993.2 TL, silver CHEVY 1998 LUMIN ar, exc cond 137K mi. Mercedes 2004500SL Sil- transportation and 1
63 TruckswItm', w/black leather, V-6 D Maroon, 60K mi., VC,$ .813-994-7200 ver W/Grey Int low owner. $3,900.
l Heavy Duty I tan t mles r h,, p l, Callb at813-610-1535 t roc to .OK .,0. INFINITI1997 Q4T Luxu- milesgarage Kepnn- 813-495-8197
$29,500. Immaculate! suprH6 h g V p35k mi.,900
C813-926-1338$'mma I. Yr ob o nd.9$1-91 &8-968-7807-496-8660 ry car 4dr, ithr, CD, all smoker, sport package,
CHEVY 1985 DUALY 83-926-338D, W OLtires:WE BUY CARS Trucks, ab (39) 821-9611power, Dk Green, looks premium sound&more TOYOTA 1997 COROLLAt
boxvan,AT,whteoo PLYMOUTH 1999 $17,600.813-259-1154 RV's, Boats. heal Top ACURA 1999 TL green, CHEVY 2003 Cavalier, 4 & runs good $11,300 obo $86,500bo 727-410-0693 drives smooth great
d. runsgood, oodgas Doors old S ng Toyota200d24RunnerSRS Condition. Free val, exc cond., 80k miles, 2500 mileftonwarranty, MARQUIS- cold ac, air 813-469-7221
$L,500.83-886-6970 Clean. 500 oo all td model .options, warranty. $12,000. Ge lookn InhOu! JAGUAR 2000 XK8, 2DR ride, remote start,
CHEVY 1995 G30 Box Van, 813-888-9191 e>c cond. new trees. 66 Classic 813-787-3255. $8500obo81-931-0707 onv 31K M 4,000 alarm, duaex ao LE5KmiAlpOW
new mtrw/75K oryr PONTIAC 1997 TRANS mi. white 2-tone pnt. 44 antique CHEVYB2005 Corvette obo.813-784-7714 $1200obo.813-1-2 froLE56Ksid al power,
w18y n r h s P E 7 de s Acura 2000 lnte ra Coupe, BoseStereo,3.15 MINI 2003 COOPER S 6 reat gas mileage.
$7999 r 3-928-4154 seats, fullpwr, auto 635 Motorcycles I fully loaded, $9,50 Axle,2300 P um Kia 2004 Amanti, 6600 mi, Silver BIk Top, 8,100bo 813-888-5681
O sliding dr, rear AC CD, Ackerman U holstery Call 813-787-7629 $49,900 813-967-576 full.warranty, exc condo SLL TOYOTA 2002 AvalonXLS
DODGE1998DULLEY3500 cass, cruise. Runs HarleyDavidson 1997883 Antique, assic or maintenance free. Sound ERVICE rfect 2002 Avalond black
QUAD CAB, cummins perfect Clean in & out- Hugger,9500miles, ruby Custom. Auto, Marine & ACURA 2002 TLS CHRYSLER 2000 TOWN & Asking $19900 bo WRNTMTOS50K,$21 000 erfec condo black,
turbo diesel, Red & Tan, $3950aobo. 813-748-7068 red wire wheels, many Motorcycle. Pearl blue, leather, sun- COUNTRY LXi, white, Call352"588-3303 Must Sell (813)786-i77 proaded mnrmou spoiler,
Toin Io derixc I SportUtility extras. 6250 ObD. Call 813-624-3367 roof loaded 83K miles gra leath, CD, 90kmi, KIA 2004 dredan16,995.813-910-0699
Call 727- i 6-047 Vehicles HARLEY POLICE ROAD convertableADLA runs & or32-302-1627 CORVETTE 1999 Red/ AC, AM/FM CD, fact Sspd manual,AC, newly VOLVO2001C70convert-
DODGE 2001 3500 SLT CADILLAC 2002 KING 2000, Black 8900 drives. $2560. Needs ACURA 2003 CL, 25K mi, hardtop, Black leather, wrrty,23Kmi.,exccon painted, rivate owner, ible, 45K Mi silver
Silver Quad Cab, diesel' ESCALADE EXT loaded, miles, Screaming Eale, TLC. 813-767-8381 V6, auto, Wht w/tan Ithr, CD player, 6 s8ee nice $8200 oMT813I994-8097 $1900.813-454-5E71. w/beack top, $1C,750.
ATier Quad Cab,dieseD, 53K hw mi ge/Bge' 12,000 OBO (813 19/29 mpg, loaded, bal. car.Call813-65-1792 LEXUS 1991 LS400 Jade- MITSBISH2001 Eclipse 813-685-337
ATow, L ne tnt CD 71K very nice! Below Bk 240-7556 CHEVY 1954 2 4yr-50K warr, exc con Black w/gray leather, Spyder GT, Convertible
w2,ne0.3x8-2 1K' $33,700.813-713-5488 HARLEY 2001 DEUCE Ku- disassembled b $18,900813-766-6570 Dodge 1998 Avenger ES, moonroof, tint, Michel- new tires, timin belt. VOLVO 2003 S602.4T
CHEVY195BAE, V6 ryakyuISOgrips& complete. Some rust. AUD12002 A41.8 turbo redw/(gray leather int, in,lowner, arage kept, 82K miles $10,900. 26000 mi Light Blue
DODGE 20033500 ad C 95 BLAZER, Resoraionstarte with CV transmission, V6,al options, newtires Exc cond21K, All svc 813-62-3403 wih Off-white Leather
ca Dually,dummins ualexhaus istg leve rin R t & ionyter $3500Krecordobo N A 1Sunroof, Oncall
Diesel, sp, tow pack set of wheels/tires exc oung uuns seat, tear $1,650obo.813-685-4482 sport package, premi- & Son stereo. $3500 records. 8,5000 bo NISSAN 1999 Altima SE alert capable Auto, 2
900,-ropmirrors,b_ ackrest& um package, xenon's, 813-926-8812 813P988-0271 Ltd, Red, Tan int, CD, al- WD, 5 Cyl. Pristine
age 9003 cond813-597-6611 0. o er n i Ste t Roler 35am4 itP bose 6d, 6,000miles DODGE 2003 Neon SXT, LEXUS 1992 ES300, clean, loys, spr pwr tinted won't lastlong. $22,39
813-503-173d *C au3-59-6l lae40der dance& & Street Roller35046
FORD 1973bF600 TowChevy 1999 Surburban e lt wd bit Possi, new t. ReadyK er i, K m k (813) 362-469
FORD 1973 F600 Tow ey 1999. Suburban inesShortsots, wind- b18,000e(813)9907-2090 CDspmr,,all oer,100w value $5000, selling trus, recs, orig owner,
Truck w/Holmes heavy Tahoe, short wheel shield, custom canvas topaant.N.O.S.2nnown- AUDIp2003A4,eTurb0 Mv1.n mu0pestcing tt 94Kaddrivensv3nice/VWn1999BeetleI1owner
dutytwinboomriVery base autoC,5.7, fully cover, trailer & other er.$15,200.684-0793 AUD 2003 A4, Turbo 1.8, pee inse an out g seven
odcond.$25A. extras. $17,y 27K ml exc. Too many $6950 Call 813-817-3326 Call Jim 813-743-7880 cleanS7000727-38-6191 44K mi, sunroof, cold
O. oadd134mles. 50 (813) CHEVY 1969 IMPALA, all options to list. Newer DODGE2004NEONSRT4 LEXUS 1992 LS400- Black or941-932-1208 air, in to shape.
3-932864 $6,000.813-997-3300 541-1140 original auto, 350,pow- tires, ar kept, N/S. Red, low miles with tan, excellent NISSAN 2003 350Z Tour- 813- 7,80
FORD 1996 CRANE, 15 ton CHEVY 2001 TAHOE LT 4- HARLEY DAVIDSON 2002 erwinow & seats no $24,7 727-38-9940 section c itiwel813 2-3041
Truck with 60' Crane, 24' W,1-nr silver, t'hr FatBoy red chrome o rust runs& drives. AAk- 727-35-9940 excellent condition condition wellserviced ing Coupe Loaded.,20k
TrJIB, low milth'Crane,2' read r ow k73Kex- t ice in e a ing 2,000.813-621-0077 BMW 1998 328195,000 m, $16,500/firm loaded. $1200 OBO. Call mi, Cost36knew, AsKin VW 1999 JETTA Wofs-
Sa w Silver, leather premium 813-927-1404 813-263-9166 below book $28,500. burg Ed. Red, sunroof,
to o to work. 43 0 819. cellet20 3843/748375. exh.0 garaed -1581390, CHE54 1972 ELLE package, HK stereo, FORD 1990 ESCORT LEXUS 1995 SC400, GId, 813-293-8999 PW, CD, go conditio
O aD1804.994-5802 813-920-3843/748-3724 200mi.,813-503-1139 454 4spd, 4DSecan,'$9,900. WAGON, AUTO, AC, Ithr, 93k, snrf, CD exc OLDS 1995 CUTLASS 2 dr 67K mi. $6402
FORD1999 F250SuperDu- Chevy 2002 Suburban LT HARLEY DAVIDSON 2002 good cond, ext. needs PrivateartyUNGO, 72KMoadd 8c coupe, V6, auto, loaded 813-264-5262
XLT, power stroke 33kmi fullyloaded,2nd ROAD GLIDE, 6K mi lots aint/minnor awork(813)732-4405 RUNS GOOD, 72K Ml, condo. Loaded. $8500 coupe, V6, auto, loaded,81V20
esel crew cab long row captain's chairs, 1 of extras Black. $16,000. 8,000obo 813-671-9978 OI2 o. 86700 mruns grea813-957-6s91t. $60 m V W 2 ILE AGVE Y
hrme heess, srey 0SS on9e0r8non smoKer. 813-909-808 or CHEVY 1987 Monte Carlo Ser reinteda, FORD 1994 Thunderbird LEXUS1996ES300,4door, OLDSMOBILE 1988 Cut- 4i, r9 MnisAu
er er, o wn- 13-416-8128 813-293-1930 SS 30K on rebuilt eng ato, RWyflaw- LXV8,Ground Package, Pearl white, coach edi lass Supreme 2dr, new l. 19900 Must se
er.$6600rseriousof- Chevy 2002 Tahoe, 5.3L Harley Davidson 2003, w/rig blck new ex- less, rem sound 6 CD Loaded, Teal, Sunroo ion, leather, body ex ye W A/C drk ASP (1) 239
fers. 863-412-3823 fully loaded leather int Black & silver, 5k mi, aust, new tires, plyr fited wndws, new m As 97kmiles runs exc gray, clean, rea car vwPieBu SandRai
FORD 2004 F150LARIAT, dual a/c, 61K.$17,500.' Vance & Hines pipe. AC, auto, pw, pbstereo. et d 78k mi tAskinl3500 9 miles runs exc 1,:00813237-0691 runsagrR al
2 wheel drive, too man" 813-695-3375 813-472-9036 or l1owner garage ept, all6 under warranty, won't D ualport.$5
oton lit! 4 813-695-3375 813-362-2310 receipts. Laone made find a better buy, FORD 1996 Thunderbird, LEXUS 1997 ES300, exc Dual rt.$06
options to list! 400. F le in the 20th Century. $15,000(941)312-0111 VS, loaded, 75,000 mi., cond in/out, 2 tone, all PLYMOUTH 1998 NEON, 81-635-0065
miles $25,500. FORD1992Explorer, 6 cylnHarley 2003 Softail $7,900obo813- 633-359 See at Chris options, Itr, sunroof, Auto PDL Cruise, AC,
813-49-320 mi lesneeds clutch metal blue, ext chrome CORVETE 1969 Stinra BMW 2001325i,64 Mann Auto Ruskin. satellite radio, CD Lex- $2306 obo.813-866-7851 $500 Police Impounds.
30B4-Wheel Asking $3000/obo. V/H ipes exc cond. 427, 390hp, 4spd, 3.08 Manual, SunrMf1Bue & (813)641-1664 usch rometim/whees, Hondatsfrom$5
630B Drive 813-628-0 64;601-2903 $16,40.81-781-4629. ears, 2 tops,restored Grey, D n performance FORD1997 PROBE,5-spd, 6950bo727-772-558 PLYMOUTH 1999 Breeze Toota, tc. from
.on 785K i FR n tchip & other upgrades. AC, low miles, very $6950oboo. 72M710 8, auto, 4 dr, new paint, all For listing 800-749-8167,
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To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Natasha Davis at 865-4439.
Doter Drer Rd C.k D-urning 51.
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
llen (Chapel: 1109 1. Laura St.
flount Olite- II i. Itladison51
.Ifount Olite: Horton Rd.
1501 Colson Rd, 737-3496
of Jesus Christ:
1212 It. Reynolds, 477-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: PinecrestRd,
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
1110 N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
Faith Temple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-
Polk County Line, 752-0532
309 SR39.. "i2-1885
Ftint Plant (itr:
(harlie 6riffin Rd.
I of SR 39 5. "52-351
Fort Itafia: cornerr of South Huy. 39
. Su.ille. Rd. "3"-4656
Am srtille: SR 640. "3S-4803
I.4 at rhonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Turkey (reek Rd. '3"-3529
I ictorv Ilorship (enter:
(ounli line Rd. '54-6089
5rdnei: Si dnri Rd. '10 mi. E
of Sidnei.o-ter Rd. 659-0532
lurke, (reek Rd. "5.-5372
.Ihara: Furke Creek Rd,
\. ojf R 60. "3"-%"39
222.11afia Church Rd, 634-8845
Antiochb Horton Rd. '37-3240
Berea: SR 39 "3"-1232
Bethanv;. (ork Rd. '52-9209
Bethel: 804 II. Renfro St,
Beulah:. llen &C County Line Rd,
Bible- Charlie griffin Rd,
Euclid Dr & SR 5'., "52-3782
(altar' free Will:
3539 Frapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grore: F. Kev'sille Rd,
Central of lithia:
Pinecrest & Keystille Rd
(Church on the Rock:
301 F. .lsobrook. "52-3740
1310 N. Shannon.lre. 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 5, Pinecrest,
Dorer Lastside: Countryside Baptist
Church. 2820 Gallagher, 571-8200
Dorer first- ,. GallagberRd,
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
East lbonotosassa: Mcntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd. 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 WIashington St. 754-6661
first Baptist Church of Midway:
Midway Rd "52. "209
First Baptist lilbia:
Intersection ofS5R39 &
lithia-Pinecrest Rd. "'37-1121
First Plant City:
503 .. Palmer. "52-4104
First lhonolosassa Missionarr:
Itrintosh Rd. 986-4'56
lHarmoni Baptist (hurch:
6008 It Knights griffin n Rd.
Hopeuell: SR39 S. "3"-3053
KnighLs. Paul Buchman Hit.
lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd.
Lone Oak: lone Oak Rd.
Mount floriah Freewill.
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriab Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W Ball St,
New Hope Freewill
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779,
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh Baptist Church:
905W. 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 Community Church:
907 E. Laura St,
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
5447 Turkey Creek Rd,
Turkey Creek First:
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11308 Welcome
Church St. (813) 737-2288
Westside: 2503 W Granfield Ave,
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
15510 County Rd 39, Lithia
14402 Salem Church Rd., Sydney
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,
MclntoshRd,Nof SR 574
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GO0
5209 _mith-Rvals Rd
Doter: Douning S. 659.2900
Plant (it: 2103 Iludlake Rd
lurker' (reek: lurker (reek Rd
at SR60. '3'-1331
I/"02 O TaIlor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
hingsuar first: 2808 Kinsuar \.,
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
Allen & Haines St
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
808 W Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W Ball St.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists forJesus Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
Christian Growth Center:
1310N. Shannon, 719-2909
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, 752-3345
Church of esus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
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, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. HillsboroughAve,
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center. US. 92 E
402 Engflishl .. Plant Cm
invites "voi to
Sunday Worship 10.:.30am,
directed bs Linda '.X'llkr,.r. l..hn.:,n
Po/verfid Bible Preaching
by Pastor Gary Brady
Jeri Moulds, Children's Pastor
'.imuiar..ul; ,%irh A\dlji[
'.h r:o hip '.r, i
God's Squad Youth Service
led by Trey Morris, Youth Pastor
Sunday at 5:30pm
3820 Moores Lake Rd,
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mahoney St, 757-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088
Dover: Moore's Lake & Holiness
Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W Reynolds St, 752-4211
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
Dover 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 Rd,
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St,
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hwy at
Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St, 752-9316
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
lOh ol 57.1 D ,,veri
7am,10:30am & 12:15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563 *rn
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185
303 N. Evers Street
Downtown 'Lant City
I jT ii t.n rop, H-il r ir]r '. l I
8:00 am Chapel Communion
9:00 am Contemporary Worship
In The Wesley Centre
10:00 am Sunday School
11:00 am Traditional Worship In
N southh F,-11o ihjp
Sundav & \tJdnesja%
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open oDors
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Women's Scrapbooking Club
Wednesday Night Worship
Activities for Children
& Students: 6:00 p.m.
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AUGUST 4,2005 THE COURIER 11
Eastside Baptist plans back
to school Celebration
Eastside Baptist Church, 1318 E.
Calhoun St., plans a community-wide
Back to School Celebration Aug. 7
from 5 to 8 p.m. in the church's Family
There will be Christian entertain-
ment, games and free food.
First Baptist Church of Plant City,
503 N. Palmer St., will host a book syn-
opsis Aug. 7 from 5 to 6:15 p.m.
Will and Amber Davis will lead a
preview of "Experiencing God As Cou-
ples," by Henry and Marilyn Blackaby.
St. Mary's Community Church, 907
E. Laura St., will host a revival Aug. 8-
12 beginning at 7 p.m. each night.
Speaker for the week is elder
Dwayne Wells of Shiloh Missionary
Baptist Church in Lake Wales.
A gospel sing featuring the Duncan
family and the Weavers from Seffner is
set for Aug. 12 at 7 p.m. at Mount Zion
Assembly of God, 3005 Thonotosassa
Road. A free-will offering will be
Events at Emmanuel
Emmanuel Seventh Day Adventist
Church, 705 S. Maryland Ave., plans
the following events:
Education day: Sabbath school
begins at 9:15 a.m., divine worship at
11 and a workshop at 3:30 p.m.
Speaker will be Elisa S. Young, super-
intendent of Education of Southeast-
ern Conference of the Seventh Day
Adventists. Young also will conduct a
seminar on church school organization
and curriculum development.
The graduates of 2005 and honor
roll students will be acknowledged.
Woman's day: Sabbath school at 9:
15 a.m.; divine worship at 11; work-
shop at 3:30 p.m. and concert at 5:30
Speaker will be Lorna Thomas, a
mental health counselor. Thomas also
will conduct the workshop on the
topic of abused women and children.
The concert will feature the Joseph
Sisters, Kimone Spence and Zane
Regular Sunday worship hours:
Sabbath school for all ages, 9:15 a.m.;
divine worship at 11 a.m. and Bible
studies at 5 p.m. Services at 7:30 p.m.
on Wednesday; Young people meet
one hour before sunset each Satur-
Lord of Life July activities
Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 2104
Mud Lake Road, plans the following
Aug. 13 "Are We There Yet," a
Bible adventure for children in
kindergarten through fifth grade, Aug.
13 at 3 p.m. to Aug. 14 at 8 a.m.
Registration: 752-6064, Aug. 5.
The church's regular Sunday wor-
ship schedule: contemporary worship
service, 8:30 a.m.; 9:30 a.m., adult
education hour; 10:30 a.m., traditional
First Baptist Church School of Music
and Arts is now enrolling for its fall
semester. The school offers private
lessons in piano, guitar, strings, voice,
woodwinds and brass. Call: 750-4878.
Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104 W.
Cason St., offers Sunday school for all
ages on Sundays at 9 a.m.; Sunday
worship services at 10:15 a.m. and 6
p.m.; and Wednesday night worship at
6:15. Activities for children and stu-
dents start at 6 p.m. Call: 752-8345.
Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist Church,
14402 Salem Church Road, meets Sun-
days at 10:30 a.m. Call: 752-9548.
American Indian Christian Church
The American Indian Christian
Church of Thonotosassa is open.
The church is sponsored by United
- Methodist Church of Thonotosassa.
Worship in the American-Indian
tradition is offered in the fellowship
hall behind the church, 11905 Fort
King Highway in Thonotosassa. Call:
Dock Green Silverhawk, 754-8990.
Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational Divine
Family Worship Center offers services
Sunday at 11:15 a.m. at the Comfort
Inn, 2003 S. Frontage Road.
See OFFERINGS, Page 16
Victoria J. Bell, 44, of Plant City died
She was born in Miami and came
here from Fairhope, Ala., in 1986.
She was a registered nurse.
She established a well baby clinic for
teen mothers in eastern Plant City; was
team leader and a member of the Crisis
Intervention Team; and was the recipi-
ent of the Extra Mile Award in 1988. She
was a member of the Foundation Appa-
loosa Horse Registry, Colorado Rangei
Horse Association and Appoloosa
She is survived by her parents, Roberl
and Barbara Bell of Orlando; a brother,
Robert R. Jr. of Brandon; her maternal
grandmother, Alice King of Orlando;
several uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces
and cousins; and many friends.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
G. Lynn "Smiley" Brock, 62, of Mesa,
Ariz., formerly of Plant City, died July
He was born in Brooksville and was a
former Plant City police officer.
He is survived by his wife, Donna;
four sons, Richard of Citrus Springs,
Jared of Ohio and Lynn Jr. and Daniel,
both of Georgia; two sisters, Ellen Wood
of Nevada and Jane Varn of Arizona;
and six grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.
See DEATHS, Page 15
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