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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE




THE COURIER
THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


in the
NEWS,


MOWERS
The Plant City
commission con-
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GOVERNMENT


Ask


as Farmer And A'Gentleman


Plant City hires a
new recreation
superintendent
from Lakeland.
PAGE


BRGGS


Plant City students
headed for the
military have
another scholarship
opportunity.
PAER 8


INDEX

CALENDAR
PARI I
CLA.. IE I
CLASSIFED


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Sam Astin Jr., in photo, loved his family, God and farming. Shown are his son Sam III, daughter Laura Astin Carter, widow Betty and daughter
Susanne Astin Roberts.


KNOWN FOR WORK
ETHIC, SOFT-SPOKEN
DEMEANOR


CROSSWORD By TONY MARRERO
W tmarrero@mediageneral.com
....................... Growing up, Johnny Knotts
FAMILYUVING didn't have the typical hero.
"Some people have astronauts,
AGE 8 educators or athletes as their
hero," said Knotts, co-owner of
SPORTS Knotts Hardware in Plant City.
PA B 3 "Mine was a farmer."


Knotts lost his hero and Plant
City lost a respected farmer, busi-
nessman and friend when Sam
Astin Jr., the patriarch of the Astin
family and co-owner of Astin
Farms and Astin Strawberry
Exchange, died May 15 after a
fight with melanoma. He was 75.
Born into one of East Hills-
borough's oldest farming fami-
lies and raised in Trapnell, Astin
came from humble beginnings to
build a successful farming and
brokering operation there. But
friends and family said he will be
remembered for the soft-spoken


integrity that never changed
despite his wealth.
A steady stream of people,
including a mix of Plant City's
younger generation and the old
guard of strawberry growers,
attended the visitation and
funeral last week at First Baptist
of Plant City, where Astin was an
active lifetime member.
"He stood for what I think a
man should be," said Knotts, 45.
Knotts was still a boy when he
first met Astin, who frequented
the family's store. Later, the two
men would sit in the store's office


and talk as friends. "No matter
how successful he got, the
amount of land they were farm-
ing or how much money they
made, he was ahvays himself."
"If ever there was ever a South-
ern gentlemen, he was one," said
longtime friend Al Berry.
A graduate of Turkey Creek
High School, Astin served three
years in the U.S. Air Force before
returning to Trapnell to help his
father raise vegetables and straw-
berries. The family was known
See ASTIN, Page 14


WORSHIP



INTHE TRIBUNE
Heft's apreviewof
what you'll find in
The Tampa Tnbune's
Plant City section
Saturday
E PLant City native
and longme jour-
naltPanky Snow
remnsisces about
the renovaton of
her fam s one
tmehome.


60 MEMBERS
LEAVING IN JUNE


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@inediageneraLcom
Plant City will soon join the
ranks of U.S. cities and towns
that have a very personal stake
in the fortunes of the U.S.
forces participating in the
campaign called Iraqi Free-
dom.
Sixty members of Florida
Army National Guard 3rd Bat-
talion. 116th Field Artillery


Regiment, based in Plant City,
are preparing for deployment
to Camp Atterbury, Ind., for
special training. The deploy-
ment is slated for the first
week of June.
In August the unit will travel
to Kuwait to be installed as
command and control per-
sonnel in a large supply field-
unit supporting the effort in
Iraq.
Within 60 to 90 days another
300 members of the Airport
Road-based unit, including
See GUARD, Page 14


GEORGE H. NEWMANIStaff photo
The city commission presented a proclamation at its May 23 meeting to
members of the local Army National Guard unit being called to active duty.
City Commissioner John Dicks, left, stands next to unit member Sgt. Alfred
Van Duyne, who works in the Plant City Police Department's traffic division.
Lt. Col. Matthew Hearon, right, accepted the proclamation held by Vice
Mayor Mary Yvette Thomas-Mathis.


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CALENDAR


City Fills Recreation Superintendent Post


THURSDAY
Women's health
discussion
Dr. Ignacio Armas will
present a program on
"Natural Health Care for
Women of All Ages" May
26 at 7 p.m. at Midway
Baptist Church, 2902 E.
Midway Road.
Call: 752-7209.

Transportation,
housing program
Self Reliance Inc. will
offer a public meeting
featuring information on
public transportation,
housing and programs
available to people with
disabilities May 26 from
I to 3 p.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302
NMcLendon St.
Call: Crnstina, 375-
3965. Ext. 100.

Bereaved parents
support group
Bereaved Parents of
the USA will host a
bereaved parents
support group at South
Florida Baptist Hospital,
301 N. Alexander St., on
the fourth Thursday of
the month at 7 p.m.
The next meeting will
be May 26.
Call: Beth Tancredo.
393-6577; or Anita
Pippin, 362-6972.

SATURDAY
Rummage sale
Trinity United Neth-
odist Church, 4-02 W.
English St., will have a
rummage sale May 28
See CALENDAR. Page 21


CORRECTION

Nathan King, the first
bishop of the Mormon ward in
Plant City, is Joyce Layton's
brother. A story on the church
that ran May 19 had the wrong
family relation.


FAMILY CARE
PHARMACY


by
Mark Filosi .
Registered Pharmacist

Calcium Protects Against
Colorectal Cancer
A number of recent studies have shown
that calcium intake of between 800-1200
milligrams a day reduces the risk of
colorectal cancer. Research shows that
consuming calcium from foods or tak-
ing calcium supplements helps prevent
polyps in the colon. It's believed that cal-
cium inhibits the cancer causing effect of
bile acids and other fats in the colon. One
study recorded a 26% decrease in risk
and that reduction doubled if the calcium
came from both food and supplements.
As always, talk with your doctor or phar-
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CARLTON BENTON HAS
30 YEARS EXPERIENCE
ByTONYMARRERO
tmarrero@medlageneral.com
A longtime Lakeland recreation official
has been named Plant City's superinten-
dent of recreation.
Carlton Benton, 57, started May 18,
filling the post left vacant by Jack Hol-
land, who was promoted to director of
recreation and parks in December after
serving as interim director when Cal Cal-
houn retired last year.
Benton servedd as Lakeland's recreation
superintendent for 14 years before step-
ping down to become general manager of
the city's Cleveland Heights Golf Course,
a position he held for two years.
But Benton said he missed serving in
the municipal recreation field, he said,
and threw his hat into. the ring for the
Plant City position.
"You get to know everybody in the
community when you're in the recreation
business," Benton said last week as he sat
behind the desk of his new corner office
at the recreation and parks building on
South Park Road. "This opportunity came
along and I thought this would be a great
place to be."
Benton was one of 35 applicants for the
position, Holland said. The field included
candidates from inside the city depart-
ment and from around the state, as well
as two from Georgia. Holland said Ben-
ton's experience- with Lakeland made
him the strongest candidate.
"There are things he's familiar with
that we're not even into yet, such as
aquatics, tennis and golf course manage-
ment," said Holland. "We thought that
would be beneficial to have on board
here."
Born in Jacksonville, Benton graduated.
from Kathleen. High School and earned
his bachelor's degree in recreation and
leisure services from Florida Southern
College. A lifelong sports enthusiast,
Benton started officiating for the city of
Lakeland's sports leagues and was hired
by the recreation department in 1974. He
held the position of recreation supervisor
and other supervisory roles before being
named superintendent in 1987.
In Lakeland, Benton was in charge of
meeting the recreation needs of the city's
85,000 residents and the additional 40,000
people outside the city limits who use the
city's facilities and leagues.
Among the achievements he said he
was proud to help bring to Lakeland
include the construction in 1985 of the


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IONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Carlton Benton, the city's new recreation superintendent, stands next to the latest
rendering of the tennis, softball and soccer complex at Ellis Methvin Park. He said he
has joined the department at an exciting time as it tries to keep pace with the city's


growing recreation needs.
city's first gymnasium, the Scott Kelly
Complex, and the city's Simpson Park
Community Center.
Benton also helped bring the first
national softball tournament to Polk
County in 1988. He said his experience
with that sport would help him in Plant
City. A member of the Amateur Softball
Association of America, Benton currently
serves as commissioner of that organiza-
tion's West Central Florida district, and is
well-acquainted 'with officials at the
International Softball Federation, which
has its headquarters next door to the rec-
reation and parks department.
Benton has spent-his first week touring
the city's facilities. He said he was
impressed with what he saw, especially


Christopher Hutchinson

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"Always And Forever"

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You Will Be" Although God
called you home that day -
so you had to leave me.
"Always and Forever My Baby
.. ,You Will Be" Although my
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as-I continue to grieve.
You will forever be on my mind because
"Always and Forever My Baby You Will Be."
Make sure to ask God to reserve
a place for me but until then -
"Always and Forever My Baby You Will Be."

I Love You,

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considering Plant City's size. He said it
was clear he had joined the department at
an exciting time, citing such projects as
the tennis, soccer and softball facility
under construction at Ellis-Methvin
Park.
He credited Holland and Calhoun, who
Benton said he has known for a many
years, with keeping the city ahead of its
recreation needs. He said he is not likely
to make any drastic changes but that he
could "bring new ideas and views on how
to approach things."
Benton lives in Lakeland with his wife,
Wanda. The couple have two grown
daughters, Michelle and Natalie, who is
superintendent of recreation for the city
of Auburndale.


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Mowing Ordinance


Change Tabled


CITY STAFF ASKED TO
CLARIFY LANGUAGE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
City staff and representa-
tives of Walden Lake Golf and
Country Club will meet to talk
about ways to address com-
plaints about mowing
machines at the club are
cranking up well before dawn.
An agreement between the
two parties had led to a new
ordinance addressing the
operation of all mowing
equipment in the city, but that
effort came to naught when it
was discovered that an ordi-
nance already on the books
could be applied if needed.
The existing ordinance
prohibits commercial mowing
near residential buildings bet-
ween the hours of 10 p.m. and
7 a.m.
Residents have complained
about mowing equipment at
the golf course buzzing as
early as 4:30 a.m. Golf course


maintenance personnel admit
that the mowers are often
operating on the course at or
before 6 a.m.
Commissioners listened to
public comment on the sub-
ject at the commission's
regular meeting May 23 but let
the existing ordinance stand.
"This doesn't mean that city
staff will start enforcing the
rules against mowing on the
golf course prior to 7 a.m.,"
said commissioner John
Dicks.
"These rules haven't been
enforced since 1980," Lott
said. "And until there is fur-
ther discussion with golf
course maintenance supervi-
sors, we shouldn't start now."
Some residents said the
noise problems began only
recently, when new greens
maintenance management
came on board. Questions of
financial impact and the tim-
ing of maintenance needed on
the course will have to be dis-
cussed in detail in order to
write a reasonable regulation
See COMMISSION, Page 17


GEORGE H.NEWMAN/Staff photo

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COMMENTARY



1 Battle In The War Against Cell Creeps


By JERRY LOFSTROM
Just when I thought we had
lost the battle over how to
stop others, and sometimes
ourselves, from annoying cell
phone chatter in public, it
happened.
My epiphany came on a
Sunday morning at a Brandon
bagel shop while I was
browsing through the
newspaper, scuffling through
the pages pretending not to
notice the people around me
and the drama that was about
to be played out before us all.
Now, I know that two
wrongs don't make a right,
but surely someone should
offer a prize, give a plaque,
erect a statue, paint a paint-
ing, do something to com-
memorate the senior citizen
and his 70ish-year-old
sidekick who confronted a
loud, obnoxious, foul-
mouthed cell-phoniac whose
mouth turned into the thing
that happens when someone
overdoses on Ex-Lax.
It was one of those
moments when you tell
yourself the potty mouth over
there just doesn't know how
to behave in public; so rude,
so foul, and so dense he
would have to use a fog light
to find his mouth when the
bagel and a drink finally
arrived at his table.
At least, that was my theory
on the cell phone dimwit
waiting for his food on that
Sunday morning.
But as theories go, it was a
hard sell to a senior citizen
and his buddy trying to have a



Perhaps you sent a lovely card,
Perhaps you sent a funeral spray
Perhaps you spoke the kindest words,


quiet conversation over a
seeded bagel and their fresh-
brewed coffee.
OK, maybe it was wrong for
the old fellow and his pal to
instigate a scuffle with a cell
phone creep. But people who
value such things as polite-
ness, consideration of others
and plain old-fashioned
civility are fed up with the
rising number of other people
who seem oblivious to the
notion that their cell phone
conversations intrude on the
space of others.
What employees and
bakery patrons of that bagel
shop were forced to hear that
Sunday morning was a'
profanity-laced sexual
description from a man who
chatted vacuously into his cel
phone about his Saturday
night sexual exploits.
It was a pitiful perform-
ance.
When the senior citizen and
his buddy suggested that the
man take his conversation
outside, well, as the police like
to say, there was a situation.
To any cell-phoniac who
happens to be reading this,
here's a bulletin: We don't
care to hear your idle chatter,
we don't care to hear your
business exploits, we don't
care to hear your personal
business, and we certainly
don't care to hear your tales
of sexual exploitation.
Like most people, we've
become annoyed at cell
phone users who whip them
out in theaters, churches,
restaurants and any other



Or sot quietly in a chair.
If so we sow it there.
As any friend could say.


conceivable and questionable
place, including behind the
wheel of a vehicle. Have you
ever been stopped behind a
car driven by a cell phone-
oholic with the phone glued
to one ear and a blind eye to
the road ahead?
Well, for me it's not the
burden so much as it is the
strength to bear it.
Now, I'm not saying that all
cell phone users are
irresponsible. Rather, I think
cell phone behavior some-
times falls within a much
larger category of a lack of
consideration for other
people.
Just last week I attended a
funeral in Plant City. The
minister had just begun to
1 speak to us on the virtue and
goodness of our friend. It was
a moment of reverence, a
moment reserved for us to
recognize this man's life
d serving his God, his family
and his community.. But the
message of that moment was
e interrupted when someone's
cell phone started chirping
like a flock of birds had just
entered the church sanctuary.
At that moment I longed for
the days when an emergency
phone belonged to the
president while the rest of us
had to find a pay phone or
wait until we got home.
It only goes to show you
there's no public refuge
remaining where people can
experience silence, a zone for
contemplation, a time for
See LOFSTROM, Page 17


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Cali-Adkins
Larry and Debbie Cali of
Dover announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Dan-
ielle Nicole Cali, to Kevin
Matthew Adkins, the son of
Chip and Pam Adkins of Lake-
land.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of the University of South
Florida and is employed by
Home Discovery.
The prospective groom also
is a graduate of USF and is
employed by Mercedes
Homes.
A June 25 wedding is
planned at 6 p.m. at the Lange
Farm at Farmington Hills in
Dade City.


Special to The Courier
Plant City High School registrar Vickie Smith presents military recognition scholarships to Donald
Bruno, left, Joel Snively and David Brown. Bruno is bound for the Army, while Snively and Brown
are headed for the Marines.


In Honor Of A Serviceman


In a touching tribute to
their friend Marine Cpl.
Nathan Schubert, who died in
a helicopter crash-in Iraq one
week before a trip home,
sisters Sara and Jessica Rupp
have established a military
recognition scholarship at
Plant City High School
The recent PCHS graduates
said they wanted to honor
their friend's courage and
commitment to the safety of
the country. They chose
Vickie Smith, the high
school's registrar and a
military mom whose son, Spc.
Robert Alderman, is serving in
Afghanistan, to present the
awards.
Recipients were Donald
Bruno, headed for the Army,
and Joel Snively and David
Brown, both bound for the
Marines. Proud parents Pat
and Ellie Bruno, Boni Brown


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


and Jeff and Lori Snively were
on hand for the ceremony.

Gone, not forgotten
The nine children of Tugalo
and Carrie Rogers, now
deceased, recently gathered at
the Dover Civic Center for an


old-fashioned chicken and
dumplings/strawberry family
reunion.
The children are Burma
Rogers Tillis, Erma Rogers
Simmons, J.T. Rogers, Lila
Dean Rogers Jaudon, Mozelle
Rogers Rovinsky, Mildred
Rogers Williamson, Woodrow
Rogers Hooker, Virginia
Rogers Faulkner and Lois
Rogers Woodall.
Others attending were
Mozelle Rovinsky, Woodrow
Hooker, Lois Woodall.
Virginia Faulkner was too ill
to attend. The family held a
drawing for an antique rocker
and quilt top given byLois
Woodall. And several family
members shared their talents
by dancing, singing and
playing the piano, violin and
guitar.

See BRIGGS, Page 16


BIRTHS


Joshua Raysin
and Jessica Butcher

WEDDINGS


Johns-Fuqua
Lorraine Johns and Daniel
Fuqua were married March 24
at Whitefield Square in Savan-
nah, Ga.
The bride is the daughter of
Irene (Johns) Maita and Fred
P. Johns, of Plant City.
She is a 1994 graduate of
Plant City High School.
The groom is the son of
David and Sharon Fuqua of
Mebane, N.C. He is a 1993
graduate of Alamance Chris-
tian School of Graham, N.C.
Following their wedding
trip, the couple are at home in
Graham.

ANNIVERSARIES


Kevin Adkins and Danielle Cali
Butcher-Raysin
David and Anne Butcher of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Jessica Lynn Butcher, to
Joshua Charles Raysin, the
son of Brad and Debbie Raysin
of Auburndale.
The bride-elect is a junior at
the University of South Flor-
ida.
The prospective groom is a
senior at Florida Southern
College in Lakeland.
A June 25 wedding is
planned at 4 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church of
Plant City.


Lorraine and Daniel Fuqua


South Florida Baptist Hospital
The following births were
reported at South Florida
Baptist Hospital:
Jan. 17
A daughter, Aliana Kweli
Dixon, to Deidre Barnes and
Desmond "Coty" Dixon of
Plant City.
Feb. 14
A daughter, Lillian Brooke
Beall, to Brooke Barnes and
Ashley Beall of Plant City.
March 21
A daughter, Amber Chap-
man, to Virginia Wilkinson
and Guy Chapman of Plant
City.
March 22
A daughter, Shelby Nicole
Hollifield, to Kimberly Silver
and Jeremiah Hollifield of
Plant City.
March 24
A daughter, Tiahsha Queen

Gary, to Amira Handford and
Torrance Gary of Plant City.
March 28
A daughter, Bailey Elaine
Moore, to Jamie and Sean
Moore of Plant City.
A daughter, Briza Rosalee,


to Onelda Posada of Plant
City.
March 29
A daughter, Charity Anna
Bagley, to Kira and Michael
Bagley of Plant City.
A son, Wyatt David Ford-
ham, to Merly D. and Jimmie
D. Fordham of Plant City.
March 31
A son, Joel Julian Soto, to
Amelia Camargo and Efrain
Soto Jr. of Plant City.
April 4
A son, Noah Andrew Taylor,
to Taylor Candi and Michael
R. Taylor of Dover.
April 5
A daughter, Yasmin Ste-
phanie Gonzales, to Elizabeth
Luera and Max 0. Gonzales of
Plant City.
April 6
A son, Troy Michael James
Eitenior, to Jennifer Hicks and
Jamie Eitenior of Plant City.
April 7
Ashley Cedillo, to Caritina
and Ulber Cedillo of Plant
City.
April
A daughter, Purity Amber


Rose, to Elizabeth Carlee and
Jerry P. Rose of Dover.
A son, Ryan Dexter Weems
Jr., to Anetrice Holmes and
Ryan D. Weems of Plant City.
A daughter, Kacie Marie
Thomas, to Alisha N. and
Kurtis A. Thomas of Plant
City.

Brandon Regional Hospital
The following births were
reported at Brandon Regional
Hospital: -
March 18
A daughter, Jazmyn Leigh
Vargas, to Leanna Taylor and
Pedro Vargas Jr. of Plant City.
A daughter, Madison Lynn
Tolley, to Kari and Joe Tolley
of Plant City.
March 30
A son, Mason McDaniel, to
Naconie Sweat of Plant City.
April 1
A son, Zachary Thomas
Sutton, to Amanda and Dustin
Sutton of Plant City.
A son, David Aaron Judd, to
Wendy Mims and Richard
Judd of Plant City.


Ernie and Lois Reaume


Reaume 50th anniversary
Ernie and Lois Reaume of
Gainesville Ga., formerly of
Plant City, will celebrate their
50th wedding anniversary
June 25. They were married at
Hope Lutheran Church in
Turklake, Mich., in 1955.
They have three children,
Dirk of Gainesville, Ga., Mich-
ele Hill of Moab, Utah, and
Jeff of Plant City; six grand-
children; and three great-
grandchildren.
A reception will be held in
their honor on June 25 from 1
to 3 p.m. at Antioch United
Methodist Church, 2922
Antioch Church Road in Gai-
nesville. All friends and family
are invited. Call: (770) 503-
1682.


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CLUB NOTES


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


Christian Women's Club
The Plant City Christian
Women's Club plans a "Pars-
ley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme"
luncheon June 7 at 11:30 a.m.
at Walden Lake Golf and
Country Club. The cost is $11
inclusive.
Andrew Connell will discuss
the use of herbs.
For reservations and com-
plimentary nursery, call
Carole, 759-1808; or Dinah,
717-9127; or e-mail
cwcpcfl@tampabay.ri.com.
Reservations and cancella-
tions are necessary.

PCHS Class of 1995
The Plant City High School
Class of 1995 will have its 10-
year reunion June 11 at Jack-
son's on Harbour Island in
downtown Tampa.
Jodi Smith is in the process
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PCHS Class of '65
The Plant City High School
Class of 1965 will host its 40-
year reunion June 10-11.
Classmates are asked to call
Peggy Gibbs with their current
address and phone numbers.
Also, those with information on
other classmates or who wish to
find out more about the event
can call Gibbs at 754-1092.

PCHS Class of 1990
The Plant City High School
Class of 1990 will celebrate its
15-year reunion June 24-25.
An "Adult Night Out" is
planned for Friday at Lone
Palm Golf Club in Lakeland. A
family picnic is planned for
Saturday at Springhead Park.
Information: Lori, 478-
3886; or e-mail PCHS1990@-
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every weeknight at 8 through June 6.
One-time fee of $45 for rehearsal, which runs
from May through August. The show is sched-
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Mature driver course
An AARP "55 Alive" driver safety class will be
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Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Registration: 754-4444.

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 submitting
nominations is Sept. 1.
The Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame was
created to honor Florida's agricultural pioneers
and leaders. Anyone can submit a nomination
on behalf of a candidate, however, all nomi-
nation forms must be completed as specified in
the instructions.
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Consumer complaints answered
The State Attorney's Office has opened a
consumer protection agency in Plant City.
Consumers can schedule appointments to
speak with an investigator about their com-
plaints on the second and fourth Friday of each
month beginning July 8.
Agency representatives can assist in investi-
gating, mediating and sometimes referring
complaints regarding unfair, deceptive and
criminal acts and practices by businesses and
individuals posing as a business.
Appointments are held at the Plant City
Courthouse, State Attorney's Office, 302 N.
Michigan Ave., Room 10. Call: Hillsborough
County Consumer Protection Agency, 903-
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
lnoer. S InerRd& Downing St,
,659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 11091E. Laura St,
752-7389
Mount Olive: 1113 W Madison St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd,
737-2628
APOSTOLIC
Asamblea Apostolica:
1501 Colson Rd, 737-3496
Apostolic Church
ofJesus Christ:
1212 W. Reynolds, 477-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Lithia, 685-4240
Bethany: 9804 tHarney Rd,
Thonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-
Polk County Line, 752-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant City:
Charlie Griffin Rd,
u oJ SR 09 5. "52-3351
Fort lafila cornerr of South Hwy. 39
6 u'ille Rd. "37-4656
Aesi-ille SR 640, 737-4803
.lount lion:
1-i at Thnnotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grote:
Turker (reek Rd. 737-3529
I'ctory worship Center:
Count line Rd. 754-6089
%idner: S5dnei Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Srdnei -Doier Rd, 659-0532
Turker Creek:
TurkeC (reek Rd. 754-5372
BAPTIST
.thaia: Turkery reek Rd,
N. of SR 60, ""-3739
llafla Baptist:
1222 Iafia Church Rd, 634-8845
ntioch: llorton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: %R 39 S. '37-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 Ii. Renfro St,
'5.-2239
Beulah: Allen & County Line Rd,
ilhia, "3-1 122
Bible: Chbarlie Griffin Rd,
"52-28'5
Burchuood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Kill:
3539 trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grove: F. Keysville Rd,
Central of I ihia:
Pinecrest & Keyst'ille Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 F. .lsobrook. "52-3740
Community Christian:
1310 A. Sannon .re. 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 5, Pinecrest,
*3 -1211
Doim er Eastside: Countryside Baptist
Church, 2820 Gallagher, 571-8200
Dover First: N. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Fastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
"54-2681
Last Tbonotosassa: Mcintosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 i. Washington St. 754-6661
first Baptist Church of Midway.
Miduav Rd, 752-7209
First Baptist Litbia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
ithbia-Pinecrest Rd. 737-1121
First Plant City:
503 S. Palmer, -52-4104


First Thonolosassa Missionary:
Mclntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W Knights Griffin Rd,
986-7165
Hopewell:SR39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy,
752-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
752-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
754-5278
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Jolmson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball St,
754-3834
New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northbside:
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,
754-4879
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,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 CreRd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 S. Turkey Creek Rd,
737-1224.
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Westside: 2503 W Granfleld Ave,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Little Union:
15510 County Rd 39, Lithia
634-4754
Salem Primitive:
14402 Salem Church Rd., Sydney
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springbead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
McntosbRd,Nof SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Commanity:
5209 Sm0ih-Ryals Rd
Dover. Downing St, 659-2900


Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd.
752-4591
Turkey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR 60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa:
1702 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kinsway N.,
Seffner, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:
Allen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
(hristian Gronilh (enter:
1310 \. Shannon. "19-2909
(ovenant Bible (lhunrh:
1I08 E. lomlin m "'5-11.33
Deeper life retlltonslHp:
(o.illia Rd. I ojSR 39 \.
Rerilal Outreach (enter.
225 A. DOmer Rd. 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 .. .Ilaryland .Ire, "52-3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church ofJesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
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
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough Ave,
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center U.S. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Ukrainian
Orthodox Church:
3820 Moores Lake Rd,
Dover, 659-0123


Trinity United
Methodist Church
102 Enghh Sr., Plant City
Inrite' you to
Suundli \i orsblip at 10:30am
ht spif ing Music
drc.nc.J I., h lr.1 .n ikerson Johnston
Power ifitd Bible Preaching
by Pastor Gary Brady

Children's Worship
conducted by
Jeri Moulds, Children's Pastor
(simultaneous with Adult
Worship Service)
God's Squad Youth Service
led. by Trey Morris, Youth Pastor
Sunday at 5:30pin

PENTECOSTAL
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
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake & Holiness
Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Ilitin God:
1102 Tyler St, "5i-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant Ci.r:
110" Charlie Griffin Rd. 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W Reynolds St, 752-4211
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.,
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St,
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd,
752-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St,
757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hwy at
Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W.
English St, 752-9316


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Off of 574 Dover)
Sunday Masses
7am,10:30am & 12:15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
(813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. ELer.."MTevt
Downtown' PFLint Cir
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.'54-351'
WORSHIP HOURS
8:00 am Chapel Communion
Service
9:00 am Contemporary Worship
In The Wesley Centre
10:00 am Sunday School
(Children Adult)
11:00 am Traditional Worship In
The Sanctuary
<>outh Fellowship
Sunday& ,',inesdlay
I E ten rIn1,
'www theloft.nline 'rg
Wednesday
Children's Program
6:15-8:00 pm
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
www.fumcplantcity.org






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BAPTIST
CHURCH
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.
Tuesday Night
Women's Scrapbooking Club
6:30pm
Wednesday Night Worship
6:15 p.m.
Activities for Children
& Students: 6:00 p.m.


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Brotherhood Dinner
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer, will host
its Brotherhood Dinner May
31 at 6:30 p.m.
Speaker will be jimmy McA-
dams, president of Lakeland
Baptist Children's Home. VVilai
hog is on the menu. Donation
is $5. Tickets are available at
the church.
Call: 752-4104.

Church plans Health Day
Emmanuel Seventh-day
Adventist Church, 705 S.
Maryland Ave., will play host
to a Health Day June 4. There
will be information on weight
loss, breaking habits and
keeping your children safe.
Schedule: Sabbath School
will be at 9:30 a.m.; Divine
worship at 11 a.m.; and a
grand march in the commu-
nity and a mini concert at 4:30
p.m.
Call: 752-0804.

Vacation Bible schools
The following area churches
will offer vacation Bible
schools:
Northside Baptist Church,
1700 N. Franklin St., will offer
a "Ramblin' Road Trip" vaca-

See OFFERINGS, Page 22


DEATHS
-- -- --- ---
Bebler
Dolores M. Bebler, 72, of Plant City
died May I .
She was born in Philadelphia and came
here in 1954.
She was a University of South Florida
graduate and worked for the Florida
Parole and Probation office.
She was a member of the Order of the
Eastern Star No. 81, and was an active
member of the Presbyterian Women of
the First Presbyterian Church of Plant
City.
She is survived by her husband of 50
years, Bill; a daughter, Lynn Riley; and
two grandchildren.

Futch
Jeffrey S. Futch, 29, of Plant City died
May 16.
He was a lifelong resident of Plant City
and founding owner and publisher of the
Brandon Quarterly magazine.
He attended St. Peter's Episcopal
Church and was a member of the Bran-
don Chamber of Commerce.
He is survived by his parents, Carson
and Susie, and Ben and Leatrice Richard-
son, all of Plant City; four brothers, Drew,
Brice, Connor and Benjamin Richardson
III, all of Plant City; a sister, Jordan
Weaver; and grandparents Alvin and
Mary Jo, Lowell and Janice Kinard and
Jim and Carolyn Hull, all of Plant City,
and Roy and Shirley Heatcoe of Lake-
land.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.


Goodyear
Kathleen "Kad" Moore Goodyear, 92, of
Plant City died May 7.
She was born in Charlestown, Ohio,
and lived in Thonotosassa from 1957 to
1997.
She was a homemaker and attended
Thonotosassa United Methodist Church.
She is survived by a sister, Treva M.
Moore of Plant City, and many nephews
and nieces.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Maita
Anna Malta, 77, of Plant City died May
3.
She was born in Jersey City, N.J., and
came here from St. Petersburg in 2003.
She was a homemaker and a Catholic.
She is survived.by a son, Vic of Thono-
tosassa; a sister, Dorothy Natale of
Bloomfield, N.J., and a grandchild.
Haught Funeral Home.

Morales
Santana G. Morales Sr., 67, of Dover
died May 9.
He was born in Matamoros Tamauli-
pas, Mexico, and came here from Mexico
in 1981.
He was a farm laborer and attended St.
Clement Catholic Church.
He is survived by his wife, Maria; seven
daughters, Lucila Ramirez, Maria U. Ruiz,
Sanjuana Ruiz, Josefina, Emilia and Ana
L. Negrete, all of Dover, and Orfelinda of
Plant City; a brother, Henrique Morales of
Mexico; a sister, Eloisa Garcia of Winter
Haven; 30 grandchildren; and eight great-
grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.


Walker
Thomas V. Walker, 80, of Plant City
died May 12.
He was born in Lakeland.
He is survived by his wife, Hilda; two
daughters, Gennie Hicks of Plant City and
Shirley Clark of Lakeland; three sons,
Joseph, Lance and Ronnie, all of Plant
City; a sister, Lela Harrison of Lakeland;
13 grandchildren; 12 great-granachil-
dren; and one great-great-grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Wicker
Mary L. Wicker, 69, of Seffner died May
1.
She was born in Tampa and was a life-
long resident of the area.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her husband, Leiand;
two sons, Norman and David, both of
Seffner; two daughters, Wanda Ernst of
Valrico and Janell Wheeler of Seffner; two
sisters, Martha A. McGill and Elaine
Noble, both of Plant City; 13 grandchil-
dren; and three great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Williams
Dorothy S. Williams, 82, of Thonoto-
sassa died May 16.
She was born in Camila, Ga., and came
here from there in 1922. She was the post-
master for Thonotosassa post office for
more than 30 years and a member of West
Thonotosassa Baptist Church.
She is survived by two sons, William
Sullivan Jr. and John Sullivan, both of
Thonotosassa; a sister, Inez Brinson of
Tampa; six grandchildren; and nine
great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.


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Photos courtesy Plant City Photo Archives
Restored World War II-era photos such as these featuring veterans Ted Covington, left, Oren
Hildreth and William Midyette will be on display at the fourth annual gala "An Evening of
Picture Perfect Memories," an annual fundraiser for Plant City Photo Archives Inc.


'Picture Perfect'Event To


Feature Veterans On Film


Special to The Courier
Trapnell Elementary School student Michael Mitchell holds the
piece of artwork that won him a $250 savings bond in Sonic's
Flavors art contest. Presenting the bond is Sonic marketing
representative Lisa Sousa. Sonic donated paint, supplies and an
art-focused curriculum to elementary schools in Tampa, Des
Moines, Iowa, and Kansas City, Mo. Some 500 contestants
created art using a Sonic cup. As the winner, Mitchell's artwork
will be featured on Sonic water bottles in 2,900 locations
nationwide.
David Knox, left,
president of the
S,..,.. Major John
., ., DeVane Chapter of
the Sons of the
American
SRevolution in
1 a Plant City, pres-t
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-- strawberries to
Harold Miller,
Jr Florida president
,"^B -- B Sof SAR, at the
Plant City group's
annual meeting
h, eld recently at
BuddyFreddy's
..... Restaurant. Miller
g, gave the group an
. update on the
society's Florida
projects.


JAMES REDMAN IS.
'HERITAGE' HONOREE
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Sixty years after Allied vic-
tory in World War II, a photo-
graphic display will pay
tribute to the Plant City area
veterans who fought in that
conflict.
Plant City Photo Archives
Inc. will hold its annual fund-
raising gala, "An Evening of
Picture Perfect Memories,"
June 4 at 7 p.m. at the Ramada
Inn Plantation House.
Tickets are $100 per
person.
U.S. District Court Judge
James Moody will be master
of ceremonies.
James Redman, an attor-


ney and former "member of
the Florida House of Repre-
sentatives will receive the
second annual Plant City
Photo Archives Heritage
Award.
The nonprofit archive put
out a call to local veterans
and their family members
requesting World War II-era
photos. So far, more than 300
photos have come in, said
Betty Patton, who is working
with volunteer Betty Watkins
to catalogue the photos.
"The pictures of the veter-
ans have connected with the
community in a meaningful
way," said Stanley Kolker,
chairman of the gala.
Kolker said it wasn't hard
to come up with Redman as
this year's Heritage Award
recipient.
"Look at all he's done for


REMINDERS COME IN
THE FORM OF TRAFFIC TICKETS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com.
Click it or ticket.
It's a simple motto that police hope will
help save lives on Florida's roads and high-
ways. Now through June 5, Florida law
enforcement officials said they are going to
aggressively look for unbuckled drivers and
passengers.
"We will show zero tolerance," said Sgt. Jim
Watkins, the leader of the traffic management
unit for the Plant City Police Department.
"Sometimes the fear of getting a ticket is the
only reason that someone will put on a seat
belt. If that is what it takes, then fine. We will
look for them, find them, and write them up."


the community over all these
years," Kolker said. "It was a
slam dunk."
Last year's recipient, edu-
cator and historian D.E.
Bailey, will present the
award.
The evening will begin
with a champagne and hors
d'oeuvres reception.
The dinner menu will
include field green salad,
pecan crusted halibut, filet
mignon, rice and a vegetable
medley. Dessert will be choC-
olate truffles With English
cream. Beer and wine will be
served.
Vocalists David Chernault
and Raquela Burt will
perform selections from the
Broadway musical "Man of
La Mancha."
For tickets and
information, call 752-1442.


Last year 2,105 Floridians were killed in
motor vehicle crashes across the state, Wat-
kins said. Although the percentage of drivers
and riders who are buckling up in Florida is
on the rise more than 76 percent, according
to 2004 statistics- there are still plenty of peo-
ple at risk. "There are over 4 million people not
using seat belts on Florida's highways," Wat-
kins said. "Teenagers, young adults, pickup
truck occupants, and those living in rural areas
have the highest risk for death in a crash
because of low safety belt use."
The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office
and the Florida Highway Patrol are also tak-
ing part in the Click-it or Ticket program in
the East Hillsborough County area. All depart-
ments consider a high level of visible enforce-
ment to be the best deterrent for seat belt law
offenders.
"This program is not about writing tickets,
it is about saving lives," Watkins said.


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Photo courtesy the Pregnancy Care Center
Barbara Caccamisi, left, project coordinator St. Clement
Catholic Church's "Make Your Own Strawberry Shortcake"
fundraising booth at the Strawberry Festival, and the Rev. Tom
Morgan, St. Clement's pastor, present a $2,000 donation from
money raised at the booth to Mary Alice Hendricks, executive
director of the Pregnancy Care Center of Plant City. The money
will be used to support the center in its mission to provide
faith-based guidance and support services to pregnant women
and their families. "We are pleased to help support such a
worthy organization in our community," Caccamisi said.


Brown
Marine Corps Pvt. De
Andre D. Brown recently
completed the Administra-
tive Clerk Course at Person-
nel Administration School,
Marine Corps Combat
Service Support Schools,
Camp Lejeune, N. C.
Brown is a 2003 graduate
of Plant City High School. He
is the son of Bernice M.


Boone of Plant City.
Forte
Navy Seaman Recruit
Thomas E. Forte, son of Jakie
K and George D. Forte of
Dover, recently completed
basic training at Recruit
Training Command, Great
Lakes, Il.
Forte is a 2004 graduate of


Plant City High School of
Plant City.
Griffith
Coast Guard Fireman
Bryan G. Griffith, recently
graduated from the U.S.
Coast Guard Recruit Training
Center in Cape May, N.J.
He is a 2000 graduate of
Plant City High School.


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Fire In The Sky
Fireworks will return to
Plant City for a fourth straight
year this Independence Day.
The City of Plant City
Recreation & Parks Depart-
ment and the Plant City
Chamber of Commerce, with
help from title sponsor Bill
Heard Chevrolet and several
other local business and
organizations, will host the
fourth annual July 4th
Celebration at Plant City
Stadium, 1900 E. Park Road.
The event will feature live
entertainment, performances
by the Plant City Fire Depart-
ment Color Guard and First
Baptist Church's choral
group, as well as free kids
activities, capped off with the
fireworks show starting at 9
p.m. Admission is free, with
$2 for parking. Stadium
seating is available but limited
and has filled up in years past.
Funds from a drawing, as
well as 20 percent of all
concession sales will benefit
South Florida Baptist Hospi-
tal's Wellness on Wheels
(WOW), mobile health
programs.
Gates open at 5 p.m. The
rain out date is scheduled for
July.
For more information, call
659-4255.

Even Sea Cows
Can Be Glam
When one thinks about
manatees, an image of the
"sea cows" in hot pink rose-
patterned evening gowns,
matching nail polish and
pearls probably doesn't come
to mind.
That's probably a little too
far-fetched and whimsical for
most daydreamers, but not in
the world of Plant City pop
artist Jules Burt.
The Outdoor Arts Founda-
tion with the Westfieldmalls
in Citrus Park, Countryside
and Brandon are presenting
"Manatee Menagerie," artistic
visions created on 50 fiber-
glass manatee sculptures.
The project is meant to
raise public awareness of the
plight of the West Indian


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Plant City artist Jules Burt and her "Glam-atee'"


Manatee. There are manatees
of every description, but only
one with the fluttering
eyelashes and pouty lips of a
very Marilyn Monroe-ish
"Miss Manatee The Glam-
atee."
"Glam-atee" is the work of
self-proclaimed "Queen of
Divas," Jules Burt, who said, "I
dream diva, so why not create
a diva-tee?" From her rose
print shoes to her rhinestone
sunglasses, Jules and her art
seem inseparable.
From the day she painted
(and completely sold out) her
first series of diva ladies, she
recognized people should be
having fun with art.
"Who wants to look at dark
and depressing things?" Jules
said. "The world is a serious
enough place to live in
without surrounding yourself
with more gloom and doom."


Burt's spotted coffee cups
and colorful paintings were
used on the television show
"Friends" for seven years. The
art attracted the attention of
some very famous people like
Elton John and Madonna,
who all became ardent
patrons. Now her tile plaques,
"Diva Dolls," cookie jars,
spoon rests, magnets, coffee
mugs, and soon-to-be note
cards are in Hallmark Card
shops everywhere.
"Not bad for a girl from
PC," the artist quips. "I'm all
about feeling good about
yourself and feeling good
about art ... just slap on some
lipstick and conquer the day!"
Burt volunteers her time to
teach students at various
schools about pop art.
"It is so important to use

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several women at a Wauchula
attachment, will travel to the
military police training center
at Fort Dix, N.J. They will join
the other Plant City unit mem-
bers in Kuwait after training.
The battalion, which is
trained and prepared to oper-
ate and maintain multiple-
launch rockets, has been
activated to work in a security
force because of the need of
additional manpower in the
Iraqi Freedom operation, said
unit commander Lt. Col. Mat-
thew J. Hearon.
"We are honored to relieve
soldiers in the field, and to
provide command and con-
trol positions at the Kuwaiti
base," said Hearon, who
joined the Air Force at 18 and
now works as a federal law
enforcement officer at the
Kennedy Space Center and
the Cape Canaveral Air Force
Station. "The unit in Plant City
has responded to numerous
state emergencies and secu-
rity missions in Florida during
the last 10 years. Going active
in the Iraqi Freedom operation
is a tremendous opportunity
for all of us to serve our coun-
try as soldiers in a very critical
assignment."
A total of 200 of the 450
members of the unit live in the:
Plant City area. Hearon and
members of his unit where
presented with a proclama-
tion by the city at the May 23
city commission meeting.
The unit was recognized as a
continuation of a tradition that
began in -1908, with guard
members from Plant City serv-
ing the country in time of war
as far back as World War I.
Vice Mayor Mary Yvette
Thomas-Mathis evoked the
prayers of the community to
deliver the soldiers safely
home. Seventeen members of
the unit, including Hearon,
many accompanied with
wives and children, were given
a standing ovation by the
commission and those in
attendance.
Sgt. Alfred "Van" Van
Duyne, 35, one of the guards-
men traveling to the Indiana
training grounds, is a motor-
cycle patrolman for the Plant
City Police Department.
Van Duyne served during


"We will represent
Plant City with pride.
We are participating
in history. We will
serve our country
with honor and
professionalism."
LT. COL MATHEW J. HEARON
Unit commander
the Gulf War in Turkey and
Saudi Arabia as a military
policeman. He left active
service after 10 years, but
joined reserves unit to gain
retirement privileges. He
joined the police department
in 1999 and will be given; a
leave of absence until his duty
overseas is completed. :-'.
Van Duyne will leave- his
wife, Mechelle, and two chil-
dren at home.
"Mechelle knew what she
was getting into when we mar-
ried," Van Duyne said. "Being
a member of the military has
always been a big responsibil-
ity. This is our time to partici-
pate and show our expertise. I
can bring something to the
young soldiers in our unit.
This is our time to shine."
Van Duyne will serve as a
leader in the Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Programs
designed to help the soldiers
focus on the task at hand.
"The military is asking us to
serve in a capacity other thap
our normal job assignments,
Van Duyne said. "Long-range
artilleryhas its place. But they
need us to man and operate '
a support role for the fighati
force. This may not be what
we signed up for, but we cah
take solace in our training and
in our leaders to show us.t1f
way. Whether serving as a
policeman or as a soldier I feel
honored to serve."
Hearon said the unit is pre-
paring for a departure cere-
mony that will take place
sometime in the first few days
of June.
"We will represent Plant
City with pride,' Hearon said.
"We are participating in his-
tory. We will serve our country
with honor and professional-
ism."


ASTIN


Continued From Page 1
for its sweet corn, whichAstin Jr. would
sell at a stand on Trapnell Road.
Today, Astin Farms has roughly 400
acres of strawberries and 300 acres of
other crops, including zucchini, canta-
loupe and squash. In 2001, the family
opened the Astin Strawberry Exchange,
a 40,000-square-foot cooler and ware-
house on State Road 39 south of Trap-
nell Road that allowed the family to
store and distribute its own berries
without going through brokers.
Sam Astin HI has worked with his
father all his life and had taken over
much of the operation, just as Sam Jr.
did from his father. It was a dream ful-
filled for his father to see the exchange
succeed, Astin said.
"It was a big chance he was taking,"
he said. "Dad never gave up. He just
kept going."
Astin was known among fellow
growers for his work ethic, said Carl
Grooms, owner of Fancy Farms, who
knew Astin for some 30 years.
"He was admired and respected for
how he and his son could handle the
amount of acreage they did and still do
as near a perfect job as could be done,"


Grooms said.
"His motto was, 'If you see some-
thing you want, don't wait, or you'll
miss your opportunity,'" said daughter
Susanne Astin Roberts, who works at
the exchange.
Despite his age and, later, the
exhausting chemotherapy treatments,
Astin, a tall, thin man known as "Pop"
to many, remained; active in the
business.
Last week, family members gathered
in the living room of the Astin's one-
story rancher on Sam Astin Road and
recalled how one recent day they
found Astin sitting at the end of a bed
of berries. He had been checking on
the fields and, tired from the chemo-
therapy, had stopped to rest.
"He just loved it," said Astin's
widow, Betty, a former teacher who
Astin met through a friend. Betty
would go on to help build the family
business with her husband. The couple
would have celebrated 45 years of
marriage in July. "He wanted (the
product) to be the best so it was some-
thing we could be proud of"
That was easy for Astin, who had the-


rare combination of a green thumb
and business savvy, said Chip Hinton,
executive director of the Florida Straw-
berry Growers Association. Hinton
said Astin brought credibility to the
fledgling FSGA when he was among
the first to sign on back in 1985. Skepti-
cal growers followed his lead, Hinton
said. Astin would go on to serve as a
board member and he and Betty were
inducted into the FSGA Hall of Fame in
2001.
"He spoke softly but you hung on
every word he said," Hinton said. "And
what came out of his mouth, you could
take to the bank."
Though proud of his family and
business, Astin remained humble in
every other respect, friends said.
Except during the hottest months of
the year, he was happy to sport the
functional denim overalls he loved so
much. He was usually the most out-
going in a group, chatting up friends
and strangers alike and often telling
farm stories.
At parties, Betty recalls with a smile,
"We'd always be the last ones there, and
he'dsay,'IIwas just waiting on you.'" ,-


He enjoyed sharing his bounty.
"He loved to give away strawberries
and vegetables wherever he went,"
recalled daughter Laura Astin Carter.
"He was just kind and generous."
An avid car buff, Astin often attended
the Strawberry Classic Car Show to
show off his classic cars, among them a
1940 Ford pickup. He also loved his
1951 John Deere tractor, which he
recently had restored.
Astin was an active member of First
Baptist Church of Plant City and read
from the Bible every day.,
He enjoyed traveling the couple
has visited six continents. He particu-
larly enjoyed Cairo, his wife said. The
couple would spend much of their
vacation time at homes in the North
Carolina mountains and Indian Rocks
Beach.
But perhaps more than anything, his
family said, Astin loved spending time
with his 10 grandchildren.
Though his hero is gone, Astin's
influence will live on, Knotts said.
"If I can be half the man that Mr.
Astin was, I'll be one hell of a man," he
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BRIGGS
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They visited the Dover
cemetery for a serenity circle,
sharing memories of loved
ones and placing a rose at
each gravesite. Burma Tillis'
son, country music star Mel,
shared the secret to his
success: "People wonder
where I get material for my
shows I hang out with my
family," he said.
And what a great family it
is!

The art of leisure
A cruise may not be art, but
the Arts Council of Plant
City's final event of the season
was artfully appreciated by
members who enjoyed a
luncheon cruise on the yacht
StarShip at Channelside in
Tampa.
Marsha Passmore orga-
nized the event and chose a
perfect day it was smooth
sailing all the way.

New addition
Jordyn Lorene Lanier made
her debut on May 18 at
Brandon Regional Hospital.
Parents Jared and Courtney
Lanier welcomed their
newest, 6-pound, 13-ounce
family member.
Joining them are grandpar-
ents, Dave and Julie Kneeper
and Jim and Myrtle Lanier,
and great-grandparents, Ann
Lanier (wife of the late
Atwood Lanier), and Joel and
Romana Kneeper and Richard
and Claudia Pless.

Class acts
What will we do without


them? Retiring this year from
the Hillsborough County
School System are Helen
Faison and Barb McIntosh,
both of Walden Lake Elemen-
tary, and Gary Cameron of
Cork Elementary.
They have touched the lives
of so many. While new
teachers will fill their spots
and they will be sorely
missed, we wish them a well-
deserved and happy retire-
ment!

Generous offers
There are weeks you never
want to forget.
Last week was one of those
- not because anything
monumental happened (like
my Mother's Day surprise),
but because a lot of little
gestures made me realize
what a great town Plant City
is. I mentioned wanting to try
and grow grass (again) in my
very shady front yard.
That was all that my son,
who inherited the green
thumb in the family, needed
to hear and last week he took
charge (with Mom as assis-
tant).
Just as we were finishing up
the sprinklers, a young man,
Joshua Jordan, and his sister
rode by. Turns out Jordan has
his own irrigation company
here in Plant City.
"Just thought you might
want a few suggestions," he
said. It was just what we
needed to finish up. Before
long, another young man and
his toddler son rode by
offering suggestions on our
walkway. He has started a
company offering interlocking
pavers and gave such a great
deal, I hired him on the spot.


Special to The Courier
Above, the nine children of Tugato and Carrie Rogers and their families gather at the Dover Civic
Center for an old-fashioned family reunion. Below, the Arts Council of Plant City perfects the art
of the cruise during the organization's last excursion of the year, a luncheon trip on the yacht
StarShip ported in Tampa.


The next morning before
breakfast was finished, three
workers were diligently on the
job. My yard is now very
green and pretty we shall
see if Bitter Blue likes its new
home under the shade of an
oak!
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Call: 757-9215.
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The Friends of Bruton
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June 2-5 at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St.
Call 757-9215 for times.
Children's programs
Toddler Time Tuesdays
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their caregivers. Books, finger-
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Story Time Tuesdays at
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reflection, or in the case of the
foul-mouthed dimwit at the
bagel shop, a place where you
can simply enjoy a quiet
conversation with a friend.
That's just what our senior
citizen friend and his buddy
were trying to do on that
Sunday morning before they
were so rudely and crudely
interrupted by the creep on a
cell phone.
Perhaps, as the police
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to cover the whole city, com-
missioners said.
In other action:
The Florida Department
of Environmental Protection
has issued a draft permit that
will allow the city to process
no more than 8 million
gallons a day of wastewater in
the city's reclamation facility.
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WORKING WHILE IN COLLEGE
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By JACOB RABURN
Correspondent
Christopher Vitelli knows exactly
what it's like to go to school and have
a job at the same time.
He's done it his entire college
career.
As an undergraduate at the Univer-
sity of Florida, Vitelli, a graduate of
Plant City High School, was never
without a job. He usually worked bet-
ween 10 and 12 hours per week.
He even had an unofficial title
while working as the Institute of Food
and Agricultural Sciences' vehicle
maintenance coordinator.
"I was the van man," he said.
Studies indicate Vitelli's work expe-
rience is typical of the majority of col-
lege students. About 59 percent of
college students work while enrolled
in school full time, according to a
study conducted by the National
Center for Educational Statistics.
Vitelli worked less than the ave-
rage, though. Full-time students who
work while enrolled are on the job an
average of 26 hours per week, the
study states.
Vitelli also worked as a curriculum
writer for the Family, Youth and
Community Sciences department.
"I never felt like I had too much on
my plate," he said.
The stress that Vitelli felt came
mostly from his school work, he said.
His job was never a source of stress
because he was never dependent on
it for survival.
"I wouldn't have let anything get in
the way of my education," he said.
Finding balance in everything that


JACOB RABURN/Photo
Trey Warnock, a student at Hillsborough Community College, puts in his hours
recently at Southside Farm Supply in Plant City.


he did was one way he was able to
manage his school work and his job,
Vitelli said.
"Knowing my limitations became
the key to my success," he said.


Putting work first
But workingwhile attending school
can be a greater source of stress for
See WORK, Page 19


POLICE BEAT

Burglary
An 18-year-old Plant City man was
arrested May 21 and charged with two
counts of burglary after police found
him on private property, a police official
said.
A resident in the 900 block of West
Baker Street called police about 6 p.m. to
report a home was being burglarized, said
police spokesman Sgt. Jim Shultz. Police
got a description of the suspect and at 6:
38 p.m. found Caldin Eugene Bailey, of
7812 S. Turkey Creek Road, hiding in an
enclosed patio of a home in the 500 block
of Whitehall Street, Shultz said.
Hillsborough County records show
Bailey is being held without bail at the
county's Orient Road Jail.

Teacher arrested
A 33-year-old Plant City teacher at
the Brandon Alternative School was
arrested May 20 after a physical alterca-
tion with a 13-year-old student, a Hills-
borough County Sheriffs Office
spokesman said.
Yolanda Sykes, of 626 S. Cornet St.,
was teaching a 6th grade class when she
confronted a student about taking
candy from her without paying for it.
She grabbed the student around the
neck and throat with her right hand and
pushed the student back onto a desk
and then attempted to bring her left
hand to his neck, the spokesman said.
The student was able to push her left
hand away and escape her grasp. As the
student attempted to flee, Sykes pushed
the student with both hands causing
him to fall over a desk. The student was
observed by deputies to have several
scratches on his neck. Sykes was
arrested at the scene and charged with
child abuse.
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some students. Kristina Beck,
who attended Hillsborough
Community College in Plant
City, had a much different
experience.
She enrolled at HCC after
she graduated from Durant
High School. She attended for
two semesters before dropping
out of school to work full time.
Going to class, playing on
the HCC softball team and
owning her own business were
among the activities she
balanced while attending col-
lege. Softball required about
20 hours of practice and eight
games per week. She worked
also worked as an indepen-
dent beauty consultant for
Mary Kay Cosmetics.
Her business required going
to meetings, booking classes,
putting products together,
updating inventory and
making sure customers were
satisfied. She spent about 15
"hours per week trying to
accomplish these tasks.
"With all that going on,
stress was constantly an
issue," she said.
The stress of balancing all of
these proved not to be worth
it. After one year at HCC, Beck
decided that it would be better
to work on building her
business rather than going to


I can see how working can

cause stress for some students,

but I try to be flexible. That way

they can get done what they

need to do."


DENNIS DER
Owner, Southside Farm Supply
class and playing softball.
"Wanting to do it all and
wanting to give 100 percent
was too stressful," she said.
Beck is now a director with
Mary Kay, makes about
$42,000 a year and doesn't
regret her decision to focus on
her business.

Planning is key
Anna Battaglia finds that
her planner is the key to help-
ing manage stress from work-
ing and going to, school as
well.
She graduated from UF in
April and will start working in
the pharmacy at Walgreens.
Battaglia, whose father is a
minister at First Baptist
Church of Plant City, also
worked through college. Her
jobs were all related to her


future career as a pharmacist.
She said she always knew
that she wanted to be a phar-
macist and decided that work-
ing at pharmacies would be
vital to her success.
"It's competitive and also
very difficult," she said. "It was
important to get the. experi-
ence."
Planning and knowing her
limitations were important
aspects of how-she managed
her time and inftutn managed
her stress, she said.
And she had another advan-
tage: "I don't need a lot of
sleep," she said.
Battaglia used the extra time
at night to finish her home-
work, study and prepare her-
self for the next few days.
She also made sure to plan
her work schedule around


important dates such as tests.
"Before big tests I scheduled
myself for less time," she said.
"Ultimately, it was hard to
manage and balance stress
from school and stress from
work because they were one in
the same."
Having a boss that under-
stands the balancing act can
make the difference.
Dennis Der, owner of
Southside Farm Supply, cur-
rently employees two full-time
college students. Der, whose
daughter attends HCC, lets his
employees schedule their
hours around their class
schedules.
"I can see how working can
cause stress for some students,
but I try to be flexible," he said.
"That way they can get done
what they need to," he said.
Der said he lets his employ-
ees off when they need to work
on a project or study for a test.
"I can see how that could be
a problem for some employ-
ers," he said.
The two employees will
begin at UF in this year.
"I won't have any problem
hiring college students to
replace them because they
have done so well here," he
said.


DIGEST
Continued From Page 14
one's talents to inspire
children to be creative," she
said.
She is also the founder of
the annual 1K "High Heel
Hike" to benefit the Pediatric
Cancer Foundation. The 2005
event will be Sept. 24 at the
Tampa Convention Center.
Jules has worked with the
Outdoor Arts Foundation on
several area projects includ-
ing the Mango Dog Park, and
a huge mural of "Ritzy Roses"
on Park Tower, Colonial Bank
Building and feels that "the
foundation is going to help
make Tampa a truly artsy
city!"
For more information about
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FROM MCCALL PARK
By TONY MARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
Those who wish to honor
local soldiers lost to war will
once again have the chance
this year, but the venue has
changed.
The ceremony, formerly
held at McCall Park, will be
held May 30 from 11 a.m. to
noon at the American Legion
Post 26, 2207 W. Baker St.
In years past, the Legion
and local Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 4590 had shared
duties for the ceremony, alter-
nating each year.
But a lack of volunteers
forced the changed of venue,
said Post 26 adjutant James
Williamson.
"We just don't have the
manpower to do it at McCall
Park," said Williamson, a U.S.
Navy veteran of the Vietnam
War.


But the ceremony is an
important Plant City tradition
that will endure, Williamson
said, and this year the staples
of the ceremony will return,
including the reading of
names of the local soldiers
killed or missing, a 21-gun
salute and the presentation of
floral wreaths in their honor.
The Plant City High School
ROTC will be on hand to pres-
ent the colors and stand guard
over a replica of the tomb of
the unknown soldier.
City commissioner Rick Lott
is this year's speaker.
Williamson urged residents
to attend the ceremony to
remember the sacrifices of
U.S. soldiers, past and present,
including those serving in Iraq
and Afghanistan.
"We need to be thankful
those wars are not on our
home ground," he said.
For more information, call
Williamson at 757-6479.


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Memorial Day


Ceremony Will Be


Indoors This Year


from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The sale will include toys,
clothing, appliances, house-
hold items and other
miscellaneous items donated
by members and friends of the
church. Proceeds will be used
to improve the church's youth
center.

MONDAY
Memorial Day service
The American Legion Post
26, 2207 W. Baker St., will host
a Memorial Day service May
30 at 11 a.m.
This is the annual event that
was formerly held at McCall
Park.
Call: 757-6479 or 754-2731.

WEDNESDAY
CPR, first aid instruction
South Florida Baptist
Hospital will offer free CPR
and first aid courses for
summer- camp counselors
June 1-2 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at the Plant City Recreation
and Parks offices at the Plant
City Stadium, 1900 S. Park
Road.
Course instruction is based
on the Heartsaver First Aid
and CPR program developed,
by the American Heart Associ-
ation.


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Benefit yard sale
First Baptist Church of Plant
City will host a yard sale Jun 3
from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 4716
N. Gallagher Road.
Donations accepted. Pro-
ceeds from the sale benefit the
church's college mission to
Peru.

Benefit golf tournament
Kash n' Karry will sponsor
the 4th annual Benefit Golf
Classic June 4 at Walden Lake
Golf & Country Club. Proceeds
will benefit Unity in the Com-
munity.
Registration will begin at 7
a.m. with tee time at 8. Cost:
$100 per player.
Call: Cathy Erickson, 719-
9718 or 754-9338.

Indoor yard sale
The Woman's Club of Plant
City will host its last indoor
yard sale June 3-4 from 8 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at its clubhouse, 1110
N. Wheeler St.
The sale will include house-
hold items, children and adult
clothing, electronics, baby
furniture and more.
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information, call Irmgard at


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'Picture Perfect' event
Plant City Photo Archives
Inc. will present its 3rd annual
gala, "An Evening of Picture
Perfect Memories," June 4 at 7
p.m. at the Red Rose Ballroom
at the Ramada Inn Plantation
House, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
Call: 752-1442.

Bike Fest
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 June 4.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Community, a
fundraising group whose
mission is to help feed Plant
City's needy, offers food
during the Bike Fest and
Strawberry Classic Car Show
at the Plant City Community
Bingo Hall, 105 Arden Mays
Blvd., from 5 to 9 p.m.
The group sells hot dogs,
Polish sausage, chips, cookies,
cakes and pie, and coffee,
soda and water.
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tion Bible School June 5-10.
Children in grades kinder-
garten through 12 are invited;
teenagers can experience "The
Road: Decisions and Destina-
tions" with Bible study 'and
special activities planned just
for them. Adults will also have
the opportunity to partici-
pate.
Call: 752-2779.
Springhead Baptist
Church, 3106 S. Wiggins
Road, will offer the "Ramblin
Road Trip" vacation Bible
school June 6-10 from 9 a.m.
to noon for preschool through
fifth grade. Family Night will
be June 12. Call: 752-4879.
, First Presbyterian Church
of Plant City, 404 W. Reynolds,
will host its school June 13-17.
The theme is "Serengeti Trek:
All the Kids Are Wild About
God." There is no charge, but
RSVP is requested.
Call: 752-4211.
Cork United Methodist
Church, 3501 Cork Road, will


have its school June 6-10 from
6 to 8:30 p.m. Call: 754-3233.
St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
will host its "Kingdom of the
Son" vacation Bible school
June 13-17 from 8:30 a.m. to
noon each day. Registration
fee is $10.
Call: Allison Craft, director,
at 967-7270, or the church
office at 752-8251.
First United Methodist
Church, 303 N. Evers St., will
offer its school, "Lava Lava
Island: Where Jesus' Love
Flows," for children ages 3 up
to the fifth grade June 6-10
from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Regis-
tration continues through
May 29.
Call: 754-3519.
Bethel Missionary Baptist
Church, 804 W. Renfro St., will
host its vacation Bible school,
"Jesus Saves U," for ages 3 and
older June 6-10 from 5:45 to 8
p.m. Admission is free but reg-
istration necessary. Bus trans-
portation is available.
Call: 754-2239.
Plant City Community
Church of the Nazarene, 2402


Mud Lake Road, will offer its
vacation Bible school, "J-
Force: Discovering the
Ultimate Truth," each
Wednesday from June to
Aug. 8 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The
school is for all ages; there will
be Bible study, games, crafts,
music and refreshments.
Admission is free.
Call: 752-7863.
First Baptist
offers book events
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer Street, will
offer offer a synopsis of "Jesus
the One and Only," a study by
Beth Moore, June 5 from 5 to
5:15 p.m.
The book gives a close-up
and personal portrait of Jesus
with videos filmed on location
in Israel. Barbara Grainger will
lead the review.
Kay Morris will preview the
new Jennifer Rothschild
interactive Bible study titled
"Fingerprints," June 12 from 5
to 6:15 p.m. The session will
address the six elements of
"God's touch."
Call: 752-4104.


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SPORTS


RAIDERS TIE NEWSOME,

DURANT SMASHED

BY ARMWOOD HAWKS
By DARK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com

Without their star running
back, the Plant City Raiders
are turning more to a
committee approach and so
far the idea looks like it might
pan out.
With all of its star backfield
graduated, Armwood showed
that it will be just fine at the
expense of the Durant
Cougars.
In a spring jamoboree at
Raider Stadium Friday night,
Armwood rolled over the
Cougars, 47-0, in two quarters
of play. Plant City then rallied
in the final minutes to earn a
14-14 tie with Newsome.
Keith Dawson, splitting the
running back duties along
with Jacari Bennett, bursted
through for a 32-yard
touchdown and quarterback
Jason Brown ran in the two-
point conversion with 1:15 to
go to tie the game.
"I like how we kept our
composure there," Raider
head coach Todd Long said.
"We took over with less than
three minutes to go and down
14-6, but we got a nice drive
going."
The Raiders then tried an


onsides kick unsuccessfully,
and the defense still made a
stop to give the offense a
chance at winning the game.
Durant never had a chance
against the high-flying Hawks,
who scored four touchdowns
in the first quarter and got two
scores from the defense. After
using the "three-headed"
monster attack of running
backs Kalvin Bailey and
Demtrius McCray and
quarterback Jameel Williams
to basically cram the ball
down opponents' throats a
gameplan that led to back-to-
back Class 4A state
championships the Hawks
are looking to pass a little
more.,
On Friday, Justin Hickman
threw three touchdowns for
Armwood. The Hawks defense,
meanwhile, only allowed the
Cougars one first down.
Newsome looks much
improved, something Long
was not surprised to see.
"When a program is in its
third year, that's usually when
they are a lot better," he said.
"You have kids who've been in
the program for three years,
seniors who started out as
sophomores. They lined up
and were able to move the
football."
As encouraged as he was by
some of the younger Raiders
who played well in their first
significant varsity action, Long
said "we had some veterans


Spring pigskin action






















Above, Plant City's
defensive line puts pressure
up the middle while
Newsome High running
back Colin O'Connor tries
to cut outside during the
first quarter of the spring
jamboree game at Raider
Stadium Friday night.
Newsome went ahead early,
but the Raiders came back
strong to earn a 14-14 tie. In
the early game, Armwood
crushed Durant High, 47-0.
At right, Cougar
quarterback Chip Bowden
looks for running room
against a stifling Hawks'
defense that allowed
Durant just one first
down. F


Soccer Champs


To Be Crowned


who did not play well" and
that, he hopes the
upperclassmen assume more
productive roles when the
regular season hits in the fall.
Brown is not one of the
seniors who will be a question
mark. Although a quarterback,
he is as elusive and as
dangerous as any runner in
the county, as evidenced by
his 51-yard TD scamper
against Newsome.
The combination of
Dawson and Bennett Long
calls the alignment "Jaguar" or
"Rabbit" depending on who's
the lead back could stick in
2005-06. Neither is a true
fullback, though Bennett is a
little bit bigger.
"They both did well," Long
said. "They are a nice
complement to each other.
We might slip a fullback in
there on some formations,
and we might look at a split
backfield with those guys
rather than the I-formation."
Justin Hallman, a defensive
back, also earned praise for his
work Friday.
Long said that, beginning
June 1, he will be teaching a
weightlifting class, where
participants can actually earn
school credit for attendance.
The class runs Monday
through Thursday nights from
5:30 until 8:30.
For more information, call
478-4952 or simply show up at
the school's weight room on
June 1.


By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@medlageneral.com
While everything went
according to plan in the
under-10 and under-12
boys leagues, the champi-
onship in the under-10 girls
league will be decided'bet-
ween a pair of upstarts in
the the Plant City Parks &
Recreation Department/
Optimist youth soccer pro-
granm Seven age groups will
crown their champions on
Tuesday night at Otis M.
Andrews Sports Complex.
The finals will be set in
four other age groups
tonight, with semifinals
scheduled for the U12 girls,
U15 boys and girls, as well
as the U19 league. The title
games are set for 6 and 7-30
p.m. No games are sched-
uled for this Saturday due to
the Memorial Day holiday.
A pair of teams that fin-
ished the regular season in a
tie for sixth place will meet
in the U10 girls final. The
Tigers and Wolves knocked
out the top two seeds Satur-
.day in the semifinals, with
the Tigers dropping the
Fury 3-2 and the Wolves
winning dramatically. 2-1,
in a shootout against the
Wildcats.
The Fury won the regular


season with a 5-1-1 record
and had allowed five goals
in eight games, including
their first-round 3-0 win
against rhe Beat. But on Sat-
urday the Tigers' Brooke
Wyatt scored twice and
Ashley Piechowiak added
another to offset single goals
by the Fury's McKenzie
Greene and Autumn Mas-
ters.
It was the third game of
the week for the Tigers, who
needed a shootout to get by
the Panthers in the first
round. On Thursday, Wyatt
had all the scoring as the
Tigers beat the Lynx 3-0 to
advance to the semis.
It was the second OT in
three days for the Wildcats.
who beat the Courage 2-1 in
the quarterfinals thanks to
Brooke Shaffer, who had the
only goal of the shootout
Exactly half of the eight U10
girls playoff games have
gone to shootouts.
Due to there only being
four teams in the UIJ5 girls
league, that postseason
begins tonight The first-
place Stars (5-1-1) play the
Shadow, and the Stingers
(5-2) meet the Sparks.
For more information,
v i s i t
www.plantcitygov.com/rec.


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Above, Plant City Raiders quarterback Jason Brown slips around the corner of the
Newsome defensive line on his way to an eight-yard gain. Brown put the Raiders on the
scoreboard in the first quarter of the spring football jamboree with an electrifying 51-
yard touchdown run. The teams would end the two-quarter exhibition tied 14-14.


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S ILegals
RESOLUTION NO. 126-2005
A RESOLUTION OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY FLOR-
IDA, PROVIDING NOTICE OF
PROPOSED ENACTMENT
OF AN ORDINANCE BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA, AMENDING THE ZON-
ING CLASSIFICATION OF
CERTAIN PROPERTY WITH-
IN THE CITY, AS REQUIRED
BY SECTION 166.041, FLOR-
IDA STATUTES, AND OTHER
APPUCABLE LAW.
WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission has on this date
read for the first reading
the proposed ordinance
hereinater referred to:
and
WHEREAS KAREN BOZE-
MAN-PIPPIN has initiated a
change in the zoning map
designation of a parcel of
land' now therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLOR-
IDA:
SECTION 1. As required by
Section 166.041, Florida
Statutes, and other appli-
cable law, the City Com-
mission of the City of Plant
City, Florida does hereby
give notice of the proposed
enactment of an ordinance
entltledand the substance
of which is:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
THE DISTRICT BOUNDAR-
IES OFTHE ZONING MAP OF
PLANT CITY FLORIDA, AS
ENACTED BYCHAPTER 102,
PLANT CITY CODE, SOAS
TO CHANGE THE ZONING
CLASSIFICATION OFA PAR-
CEL OF LAND LOCATED AT
2005 MUD LAKE RD FROM
R-1A SINGLE FAMILY
DWELLING DISTRICT TO C-
IB NEIGHBORHOOD BUSI-
NESS DISTRICT.
SECTION 2. The proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, following second
reading, shall be consid-
ered by the City Commis-
sion upon the conclusion of
the public hearing provid-
ed in Section 4 hereof.
SECTION 3. The proposed
ordinance may be inspect-
ed by the public at the of-
fice of the City Clerk at the
Nettie Berry Draughon Mu-
nicipal Building (City Hall),
302 West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida.
SECTION 4. The City Com-
mission will hold a public
hearing on said ordinance
at its meeting in the Sadye
Gibbs Martin Auditiorium
of the Nettie Berry Draugh-
on Municipal Building 302
West Reynolds Street City
Hall), Plant City, Florida, on
June 13, 2005, at 7:30 p.m.,
or as soon thereafter as the
matter may be heard, at
which time interested par-
ties and citizens may ap-
pear and be heard with re-
spectto the proposed ordi-
nance.
SECTION 5. All persons are
advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made bytheCiy Com-
mission with respect toany
matter considered at such
meeting, he will need a re-
cord of the proceedings,
and for such purpose e
may need to ensure that a
verbatimrecord of the pro-
ceedings is made, which
record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be
based.


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SECTION 6. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda-
tion in order to participate
n this meeting should call
the City Clerk at
813-659-4200 at least 48
hours prior to the public
hearing.

SECTION 7. At the public
hearing referred in Section
1 herein, all speaker shall
be limited to three (3) min-
utes, unless the speaker re-
quests the City Clerk for
additional time no less
than forty-eight (48) hours
priorto said public hearing.
I the event speakers) re-
uest addi l tional time the
determination of the
amount of time to be al-
lowed shall be at the dis-
cretion of the Mayor, butno
speaker shall generally be
allow more than fifteen
(15) minutes.

SECTION 8.This resolution
as notice of the proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, shall be published in
the Courier, issue of May
26.2005.
Adopted by the City Com-I
mission on May 23,2005.
Michael S. Sparkman
Mayor-Commissioner
ATrTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
NO:9478 5/26/05
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby given that
on Saturday June 4,2005 at
9:45 a.m. Baflard Mini-Stor-
age/Affordable Storage,
4935 Dr. Martin L. King Blnd,
Plant City, Fl 33566 wil con-
duct a sale to the highest
bidder or otherwise dis-
pose of the contents of
rental units leased to and
believed to contain the fol-
lowing:
Unit#22-Ronald Decker
Plant City, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #30 & 130-Lynda Craig
Dover, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #71-William Earl
Brown
Thonotosassa, FI
Household & Personal
Unit #74-Theresa Stevens
Dover, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #96-William Edward
Sullivan III
Thonotosassa, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #103-Wayne Eatman
Plant City, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #136-William Hewitt
Plant City, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #104 & 102-Jessica
Ortiz Garcia
Dover, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #145-YolandaVela
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Unit #D234, D170, D171,
D180, D301B-B.J. Rogers
Mango, FI
Household & Personal
Unit #D241-Sandra Vega
Plant City, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #245-Duane Richard-
son
Plant City, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #D270-Terry Smith
Plant City, Fl
Household & Personal
Unit #D163-Luther Harold
Messick, Jr.
Plant City, FL
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Unit #D221 & D183-Diane
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Management reserves the
right to refuse any bid.
NO:9445 5/26;6/2,2005
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: 05-1012
In Re The Estate Of:
MARIEH. HUNT,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Marie H. Hunt de-
ceased, File Number
05-1012, is pending in the
Probate Court, Hillsbor-
ough County Florida, the
address of which is: Clerk
of Circuit & County Courts,
P.O.Box 1110,Tampa, Flori-
da 33601,. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative andthe per-
sonal representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent, and other persons
having claims or demands
against the decedent's es-
tate, including unmature
contingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of
this notice is served, must
file their claims with this
court, WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OFA COPY OFTHIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent, and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against decedent's
estate, including unma-
tures contingent or unli-
uidated claims, must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL OBJECTIONS, CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER

The date of the firstjubli-
cation of this notice is
Thursday, May 26,2005.


Joseph A. Morrison
3500 South Florida Avenue,
Suite 3
Lakeland, F1 33803
863)n644-3399
Florida Bar Number:. 313793
Personal Representative:
Betty Lou Kaledas
4385 Winding Oaks Drive
Mulberry, Fl 33860


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NO:9436 5/26;6/2/2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 05-DR-8208
Division R
Tracy L.Falkenberg,
Petitioner
and
Martin L. Falkenbery
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: MARTIN L. FALKEN-
BERG, address unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Tracy
L Falkenberg, P.O.Box 93,
Durant, Fl 33530 on or be-
fore June 6 2005 and file
the original with the clerk
of this ourtat302N. Mich-
igan Ave, Plant City, Fl
33563 before service on Pe-
titioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do
so, a default may be en-
tered against you for the
relief demanded in the pe-
tition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may re-
view these documents up-
on request
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office
notified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915)
Future papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to the
address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285
Florida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated: 5-2-05
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: ELLEN P. NEUBAUM
Deputy Clerk
NO9264 5/5;12;19;26.2005
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF
IMPOUNDED PROPERTY
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LKLD 2br/2ba MH in 55+
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furn or $11K unfurn.
PETS OK. 863-682-1663
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Valrico, a great
opportunity, 1995 Palm
Harbour dbl wide, 2br,
2ba, upgraded carpet,
completely furnished,
screen porch, workshop
& carport. No backyard
neighbors. $43,900
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813-716-3130
Signature Realty.
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165 Homes With
Property
BROOKSVILLE, 2.5 Acres,
2/2, fenced, xtras. Move
in today! Close to
Suncoast Pkwy, hosp's,
schools. $169,000.
352-597-2099 Iv msg
180
Commercial Prop.
Lease

180B Of Space
!80B Lease
BRANDON-Heritage
Square, Office space
avail now! Spaces avail
1850 SF, 2400SF& 1170
SF. $12/sq ft. Exc
Location Call:,
813-657-3709; 716-3130
Plant City, 1 blk from hos-
pital, 1804 W. Reynolds
1500 sf MOL, retail/cafe/
office bldg w/off-St.
pkng, lease req'd.
813-494-0674.677-8848
PLANT CITY, Industrial
Park Office Space for-
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
including Conference
Room & Break Room.
Starting at $160. mo.
Contact Mathew Horner
813-865-1192. THE-
GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO
Retail
180C Space
Sun Point Shopping Cntr
Office/ Retail/Medical
813-728-4396
www.PhaganDev.com
WATERS Ave, W 1412
new bldng, 1000-5000sf
avail. Retail/Office
space w/elevator. Great
rate. Rent now get 1
mo. FREE. Now leasing.
Call 813-493-3335
or 727-215-6301
Business
180E Property
Lease
BRANDON-Busy HwY 60
East, 902 Brandon Blvd.
Approx 5500 Sg Ft Bldg.
Quality construction,
lots of parking. All ready
equipped for Restaurant
Could be many other
uses. Call E.L. Jones.
Signature RIty.
fl 1It.j A 0,'U 9 311'1
ICommercial
180H Industrial
Bldgs

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13,500sf whse; 22 ht;
$5,600/mo; other stor-
age available Call Linda
813-971-8686


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CONVENIENCE STORE
FOR LEASE. Altamonte
Springs Area. No blue
skys, etc. 800-801-8105
ext 2242.

190
Commercial Prop.
Sale

Mobile
1901 Home Parks
For Sale
Thonotosassa 8 Park
Owned. Gross Income
approx. $4,300. Also
acant Lot for add'I
Mobile Home or House,
$320,000.813-659-3932
Investment
190J Property
Sale
POLK COUNTY. 21
apartment units. Mint
condition & excellent lo-
cation. A lot of positive
cash flow $1.2 million.
863-528-1235.
200-249
Rentals

1200 i Rooms/Rent
PLANT CITY, Lg furn room
20X20, private entrance,
shared bath, kitchen
w/1 other 813-716-5184
PLANT CITY room for
rent, in large house on
huge lot, $50 dep, $120
weekly inci Utilitites, ev-
erything furnished.
Please Call 813-737-4304
j Accom.'To
1202 Share
SOUTH TAMPA Clean re-
sponsible person to ac-
commodate 3 br 2ba
house. $125 a week. All
utilities are included.
Call 813-205-8061
1205 Apartments
2IS Unfurnished
Busch/30th St Area, 2br,
iba, W/D, security bars
fans, $600/mo + $606
deposit. Section 8 wel-
come. 9608 B 15th St.
Call 813-727-3372
CHANNELSIDE LOFT
1250sf, r, 2br, zba, 20ft
ceil frch doors, balcony,
wd firs, s/s appli, Floor to
ceiling windows. $1300
/mp. 813-229-1212 X221
DAVIS ISLAND 46 Davis
Blvd. Great lbr, CH&A!
Ready Now! Renovated,
near hosp. & downtown,
small pet ok. $595 mo.
Cathy 813-453-1930.
Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's&
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
5pm M-F 813-754-6932
PLANT CITY, Historic
downtown 2BR/2BA,
2nd floor 953 sq ft, I
windows, new carpet,
paint & appliances, se-
cured bldg $667.00.mth
plus utilities. CREDIT &
BACKGROUND CHECK A
MUST.813-719-3700
TOWNSGATE
APARTMENTS.
1&2BR'S
754-2200 Plant City


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2" 0 Unfurnished
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security dep. Call
Russell 813-293-6991

2101 Houses
I20 Unfurnished
Bloomingdale, 1800sf,
new carpet, 3br, 2ba,
screened lanai, privacy
fence, major appls, 2cg,
$1250/mo sec deposit.
Call 813-653-4252
Bloomingdale Beautiful
3/2/2, $1,200/mo.
$1,000/dep. Riverview
Brand new 3/2/2,
$1 200/mo. $1,000 dep.
Call 813-476-0540
BRANDON 3br 2ba 2cg,
Lanai, Huge Fncd Yard,
All Appli New Paint,
New 18" Tile, Vault Cell,
Great Floor Plan
$1,250/mo 813-426-7018
CARROLLWOOD,4br,2ba,
CHA, newly remodeled,
appliances, curtains,
pest control, lawn ser-
vice $1300/mo i
$1006/dep 813-477-8069
CENTRAL TAMPA bunga-
low, 3BR/1BA, cent air,
new carpet/paint.
$1,050/mo, first and
last, plus deposit.
Please call 813-789-1888
CORK AREA, Spotless 3BR
2BA, w/CHA on nice
fenced country lot.
$1195/mo + security.
813-752-4235
Countryway/Westchase
3/2 with lanai, garage,
FP $1150/mo. goW.on
W atersuntil Miends
11608 Hidden Hollow Ct.
then call 813-493-5026
LAKE MAGDALENE 3br
2ba, 2200sf of Luxury,
Gated 1 ac, + Luxury
Mother-in-lawn Apli Inc,
3 into 1-275 &Dale
Mabry. 813-833-3083
LAND 0 LAKES, New, 4br
2ba2cg,2183sf, Wooded
Lot, Near Suncoast,
Comm. Pool, Tennis &
Trails. W/D, Lawn & Gar
IncI $1,400 727-421-4057
LUTZ 1.5 mi to 1753br,2ba
& Ig office or bedrm,
acre of land, applianc-
estile floors, new car-
pet. $1300 rel lawn
care. Avail immediately.
813-929-3896
New Tampa, 4br 2ba
single family home,
Real FL real estate
svcs. Avail June 1. Move
in & pay rent and
utilties. 813-368-5326
PASCO CO, Exec golf
course home, gated
comm,4br,3ba,3cg, wd
firs & corian, $2400/mo
incl lawn mamint, (813)
995-9390 or 731-2012
PLANT CITY 112 Plum St.
1600sf, 3br lba Home,
CHA, W/DHkups
$825/mo $800 Dep.
No Pets 813-744-1572
PLant City, 1701 Gran-
field, 2br/lba, single
family, NO PETS. $625.
mo + deposit Call
850-209-7614
RIVERVIEW 2 story, 3br,
2ba House $1200mo Se-
curity, Dep. & 1st month.
Utilities, gated comm.
Adult Mobile Home Pk
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28 THE COURg MAY 26,2005

1407 Diamonds 410 Furniture 410 Furniture 1416 Appliances I
EnqagementRing,.60ctF BEDROOM SET Queen, KITCHEN Dinette, White APPLIANCES BEST PRIC-
(F- in color, WS2 in complete, like new, leather chairs w/wood ES IN TOWN! Large se-
clairty.Shape: rect Mod black/silver marble arms, Beveled glass 46" lectionofwashers,dry-
Brill, Princess cut, IGI look. Paid over $2000, top. $425 ers, stoves & refnera-
crt White Gold. Asking sell $475 813-909-9238 813-94-5994 tors. $79.50 & up; War-
$ 750.813-263-3444 ............ UVINGRMSET, sofa, love deliver im-
SI Cns seat, chr & ottoman & 3 your dealer! 45yrs exp!
48 tamps BEDROOM SETS this.tbeige ithr. Burdines o dea 66777x
SCoins Books WrouseFullMust Sell! Galleryexc.cond. $1450 830BAn aM33-8288.
WE BUY COINS! choose.8 N-= to"0 **APPLIANCES**
Buying selling, trading! www4ualtywiker.com LMng rmwhitewash rat- USED WITH WARRANTY
Over l93yrs exp. Buyino ...... tan qn sleepersofa, love From$99*
Silver & Gold coins. We seat, stone-lass top end AUTHORIZED MAYTAG
pay top $$.813-792-2493 BEDROOM solid wood ar- /cocktail tables.Exc. $800 4000 W. Kennedy
or 727-455-6196 moire, night table, f-size cell 244.9033813.805.9492 281-0777
bed, pillow top mat- ..... PARTSTODAY
14101 Furniture tress. Cleandesin. 2 1|900F N.Nebras~a
yrsold.$650.684-9 55 LIVINGR00M SETS 9; 2424
Armoire, roll top desk BEDS AAA+ TEMPUR WribouseFullMustSell! Mom & Pops App8lianc-
boy'smountain bike, 4 Ort-PEDCNasa W e&.atmanto &
drawerfile cabinet, twin Memor Naa ttrss. es,$75 & up, W/D,Stove
bed, night stand, wood Ason TV10 YrWTY www.qualitywicker.com Free Deliver
entertainment center, cost $1699 sell $399, ............ 813-632-9620; 335-5788
bookcases, blue sleeper K cost$1899 sell $499
sofa, electric scooter CanDeliverStatewide! MATTRESS $100 VACUUM RAINBOW SE
maple diningtable w/4 AllSizes AvaiI+ P.,Topswith attachments, Ex-
arsol onbCc AIR&ADJUSTABvl .o A brand name, full orqn cellent condition used
chairs,20" R colorV D TABLE@p illowtop Mattress Set,
and lots more. SOUTH WHOLESALE Prices ing185llowto, Mattress Setpls- very little.$325
TAMPA MOVING SALE!!! SWEDISHBEDDING.COM int 5S wrane Can p as 817-907-175631
813-843-6326 813-493-1222 c with warranty. Can
727-733-9334 deliver. 813-477-9019 WASHER& DRYER
BED $100 866-476-0289 ANYTIME! MATTRESSDR.COM Nice condition with war-
A Absolute All Brand CHEST-SECRETARY WholesaleShowroom ranty $200. Can Deliver.
Name, On/Full ortho- antique $1300. r BDIC 813-626-3754
pedic Mattress Set. New NPrices.TEMPUR-PEDIC,
inplasticw/warran. onantiueEACar$75 Mem. Foam Adjustables
n plic w/warra 8 Buffet $15.00 &Air.813-m92-20 WASHEROR DRYER
Can eiver.813-643-388 13-643-8013 $100 Great condition
BEDt 185 KING COFFEE Table square & MATTRESSES Can deliverw/warranty.
Orthopedic Pillow Top end table w/drawers. 3 sets, double sided pil- Don813-300-6714
MattressSet.Newin ETHAN ALLEN Slihtly lowtop, with warranty I Telephones/
plasticw/warranty. distressed & beau fu Never used.4Caneliver. 417 Pagers
Can Deliver813-643-1388 $550. Call684-9055 Kingeset-S325. P
MEMORY FOAM Couch w/ pull out & 2 Queen set 275
10" Mattress $300. rocker/Reclner Love Full set-$S40 Business Phone Sstems
iMa I w Seats. i A-7n Tannn v New & Used, Installed
Developed by NASA, A Seats. LA-Z- oy. Tan( 813-293-7621 1 Year Warranty, AT&T,
seen on TV, 20 yr non- pattern. Pictures Norstar, voice mail.
prorated warranty. New 600 813-657-8594 NORY F yrs exp. 813-9855011
in Plastic. Can deliver MM A
813-643-1388 DAY BED$275* mattress S399. any sz For Results-
Complete with 2 twin 727-447-0957
BED $100 matts & pop-up trundle. 813-612-5911 Classified Ads
A absolute amazing ew nver used, can OFFICE Furniture, moving Webuy old cellphones.
bargain Qup/t matt deliver 3-9268507 sale, everything must NokiaMotorolaSamsung
SETNew in plastic g. Exec mohogany etc.2yrsold&up.
w/warr. Can del 870-0070 i DAY BED $285 desks, recept desk, conf 813-933-5008
BED$199 KING Complete with frame,2 table, chairs & cmptrs.
mattresses, trundle, alla llll813-207-8907 TALK CHEAP VIDEO
Pillowtop set, new in newinboxes.Can PHONE UNLIMITED
plastic w/warr. can del. deliver.813477-9019 POOL TABLE$1250 WORLD WIDELOENG-
813-833-1145 DISTANCE $19.99/MO
Memory Foam $380 4'x8' Pro Series, solid
21"set w/warr. new in DINING $450 wood, 1" slate, leather www.inx.net/gissmoe
plastic, can deliver. All Solid Oak, Hand Crvd pockets, K-66railsBall (813)741-0793
813-870-0070 Table w/leaf & 6 Chrs. and Clawfeet, Worth 5K. I
BEs O e9 New/Boxes 813-643-1388 Lifetime warranty. 418 Airditioners
BEDR 99Can deliver&set-up. Conditioners
10 pc sleigh bd set newin DINING RM SET, 6 chrs, 813-477-9019 -
10pcslegbdeautnin $150. 2-Twin Beds
boxes w/beautiful w/frme $50 ea. Ward- ReclinerRockers(2) A/C New in Box
carvings, can deliver, robe- $25. Bassett Slpr Stratoloungers. Overszed Comlete Sy installed
813-833-1145 Sofa $150.813-881-1905 3/mo old) neutral 2tonm1695 2ysn$1795
BED $185 DINING M SET, Thomas- 813-684-3424;817-8249 $19954ton 5$2095
A brand name, inner 5oemFurnt utonr$2h95
A brand name, inner room Quality! New Cost SECTIONAL Blue, + cof- 5 ton 2195
spring, full/queen, $6142, Sale Price $2800 fee & couch table & ful- 5 yr warranty on all parts
orthopedic pillowtop obo. MustSell Motivat- ton. $525 for all OBO UsedAC'savail.21yrsexp
matt. set. New in plastic ed! 352-592-0633 813-982-1956 eve. State Certified.
w/wrty. Can deliver. Li CAC057499 Call Mike:
Call 813-477-9019 Dining Rm set- Oak 9 pc SLEEPER SOFA & LOVE Lic CAC57499 Call Mike:
Reclining sofa, loveseat SEAT, white & 813-235-3991
i BED$285KING & chair, Oak exec desk multi-colorfloralprnt,2ACHEAT PUMP Systems
dresser, ninhtstand, yrs old exc. condo. 300.ACHEAT PUMP Systems
A brand name orthopedic twin beds. Moving Sale 813-654-8935 Clearance on all 10-12
inner spring pillow.top 813-907-6974 S O seer split systems, new
mattress set New in 813-907-6974 Sleeper Sofa, Qn size, It in box with factory
plasticw/wrty.Can DINING RM SET, Vermont Tattan, Florida colors, warranty @ wholesale
deliver.813-477-9019 maple, tb, 3 leafs, cust exc cond. $375. 4 pc prices, sample: Split
pads, 6 chrs, buffet lassentctr,75.Ly 2ton $726 3ton $825
SBEDSET$298 /open utch to, exc. oy thr recliner,$2. 4ton$1055,Free Delivery
it BilwEto9 wcond $850.813-839-0867 813-642-8260/634-9335
21" thick pillow top c 8 352-302-2879
MattressSet.20 yr. Dining room set by SOFA 2-piece Robb & 3
warranty. 100% brand Broyhill Prem. BIk Stuck eats 4-5 104" Summer Special! A/C
new in plastic. Can laquer, Table, 6 chrs, ltd Like New! BeautifuGod new in box. 5 yr Fact
deliver.Call813-477-9019 china ca creenza. Tweed Fabric. Lessthan War All Homes Siz-
$1000.813-627-9229 1/3 the cost of new! $675 es: M.0omes, 2-ton
BEDROOM W $195 Dining Set- Beautiful Pe- (813) 273-0799 $910, 21/z-ton $960, 3-
A Brand new maple set can, 6 chrs, table opens SOFA- 8FT. Distressed ton10053-ton$1070o
New in boxes! Can deliv- to116"w/dbligthed Leather Pro. Install tic RMO0-
er 813-643-1388 china cabinet, $2b00 obo. Hancock&moore.Top of 31291 813/453-9033
Call 813-948-4802 the Line! NEW $3500. A/CHEATPUMPS 10,12,14
Hh aEnd! SELLfor SEER UNITS NEW IN
BEDROOM 1-10pc Dining Set Cherry table OBO.Call 813-910-3407. BOXES 10 YEAR WARR.
King/Queen sideboard,l Bassett, SOFA,Blueleather3seat, 1500 TO $4500 IN-
: 2Ing/uee svoeooara, uassett,
Solid Mahogany, med fin- Made in USA,$1000 Can 2 arm chairs, an oto- LLED. LIC. & BOND-
ish. All drawers Ameri- Deliver 813-779-3271 man. AS NEW. Beautiful ED. CAC1814375.
candovetailneveruseddesign & comfort. (813) 318-2587
can dovetail never used $1,200 813-977-1871 NEW DENT
still in box. Armoire incl. ........... ,2813-977-1871NEW"" S/DENT
Can deliver cost $9,000 DINING SETS Table set, Robb & RECONDITIONED UNITS
sell$3,900. WrhouseFullMustSell Stucky/Lanecollection, You Deserve the Best
www.solidwood Ruts2&Wker Manto antique Whtwash, 2 rs Prices, Service & In-
bedrooms.com c s,81371t o new, 1 entry taDle stallsWeDoltRiohtThe
813-293-7621 wwwc-7ke.com w/matching mirror, 1 FirstTime!'#RA0b39944
813-293-7621wcoffee e 2 end REMINGTONAIR971-2206
Alok 1-P D.. tables, $2600 new. $700 TheKeyToSAVINGSStart
BEDROOM 1-6PC DINING TABLE, real takes it.813-842-9218 Here in Classified!
All oak, complete set, all 2 leaves, custom pad, UNCLAIMED UsedMobileHome&Cen-
drawers Ameve n ue great condition, $,006 tral Systems. 2-5 tons.
Dovetail, never used Call813-764-8513 LAYAWAY $200 & up w/warranty.
still boxed. Cost $4K. Can Install. Repair work
Sacrifice $1495. Can DINNINGSETWhiteWash also NTACAC 1813656
deliver 813-926-8507 Oak 6 chairs, hutch/chi- Sofa & Loveseat, Over- 813-748-9265so 907-3838
deliver 81- 26-80 na cabinet Must Sell stuffed eartltones. Reg 813-748-9265,907-3838
BEDROOM 5 Pc Beautiful $750(813) 494-2216 price $995. Pay off bar- CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
suit. $497 Complete. ance $395. or assume Mobile Home unit,inex-
Wholesale to public. inrnntCtr $20.payments cellentcondition, can
New in Boxes, Can DIvr! Enterltainment Ctr demonstrate $350. Call
9 813-643-13883 All wood, cherry or oak, B&BOUTLET 813-486-3642
Bedroom Furniture doors, accommodates PLANTCITY I Musical
matcin all woo al to65" wide screen 813-759-8864 420 Instruments
VG condition, chest of, V Cost $3200, NEVER I
drawers, bookshelf.I USED, sellfor$1650.Can Washer&dryer, lyo$400.
chairs, desks. $600 for deliver.813-293-1743 Pillowy couch &chrset, AMERICAN STRATOCAS-
all.813-251-1727 125. Kitch tbl & 3chrs TER2003,Triburst, rose-
heck Out Cars/Trucks i25.Coffeetbl&endtbl', wood neck, hard shell
heays Classified section FREE i ea. (352)588-5113 case, perfect condition
Bed frame with pillow- CLASSIC Banker/Lawyer $625 813-887-1011
|riflRi,,,M,,riir,,:,,0ilt top quee mattress ald desk, 3'x6', with classic A UITAR
box leather swivel chair.
trn I .395pe5t Cherry wood. $2 300 BAYAREA'SBEST!
both only. 813-918-2374 NEW-USED-VINTAGE
B&BOUTLET REPAIRSLESSONS
S U P R 115S.EVERSST 1415 1Carpeting BUY SELL- TRADE
PLANT CITY LEGENDS 813-348-0688
SR813-759-8864 Reay nice carpet in very FRENCH HORN, King
FURNITURE Are you tired ood condition. More double horn, model
ofpaingtoomuch?Call an 8 ard $50. 2269 lacquer finish,
S loria Wholesale Fumi- all 89 0839 $1500 813-661-5160
ture NOW' Wholesale to or 813-610-0678.
public over 20 years! FINE TABRIZ traditional KEYBOARDS: Fender
813-643-1388 teardro medallion on Rhodes,WurlitzerElec
SFUTON$200 y 8'10 picture Organ. All Suitcase
Oakwith extra thick pile 59"by 810" picture condition. 813-786-1364
mattress. New in boxes. a
4111Super Sa I Can deliver. 81347-919 www.scc.ems/rugs.htm PIANO Console w/bench,
14111 p aver 813-633-8114 $1,500 Make: Grand, Full key-
DOOR vinylslidingNew6' FUTON 14161 Applincs board wood,
600ell $250.752-0331st Medium oak honey fin- 813-431-1667
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BICHON Pups, AKC $975. COckapoos a575 Classified Ads I Collectibles,uiltV', or 813-757-00t96o M.F 58 Iupn I TravelTr 20hrs,full elect, inline
Champ line Hlth certify, www.cockapoo s.com Also, a Large Section of DiitalPiano,GolfCubs, 8am-pm to R21s8u 9 WOLFF TANNING BEDS 2009.$85K.484-614-7999
homek ased vst ta S 4shwatrFisetilsf Clothes, Pictures, House- May 20th t1 87 A TANDEM BuyDirect and Save!
home raised (417) 2869 PUGPUPS,CKC, fawn Freshwater ish,Reptiles hold&Miscellaneous. @am-pm. AXL A.C FLLYSELF- nitsfrom$2223' DORADO 1997NADA
813-973-834 ke stshois GOLDENDOODLES T females $500 Will SmallAnimals,Birds& U pick Tomatoes, CONTAED, NON a Bount FREE Color AvgretailcondT-top,
Blondes32k(M),OBlksE2(F) deliver. 386-698-4842 AllYourSupplyNeeds JOHNNYJONES Artesian Farms Ruskin SMOKER GARAGEOKEPT, Catm ALL TODAY! 200hp outboard dual
BOSTON TERRIERS-Reg- 2 (M), Top quality, Low AU89AB85 Hwy 674 @( 30th Street EXCELLENTCONDITION ( 8t 8 4 2 13 0 5 axle, alum trilr. (863)
istered puies, M, Shed, Delivery. 1200. Petland Tampa SE. behind KFC. Open $3400.813.285.1480 www.np.etstan.com 660-2246forequiplist
$600.al813792ce53 42340-6580/920-1246 PuppieS4Sale 7699W. Waters Ave. 499 SaraEtYard pm. hen you readClassiied Water RVs: Your Transportation
or318-2241 IRISHWOLFHOUND arkAve.Pu 813-249-8700 1510FarmEquip. I its.HELLOGOOD 583 Vehicles assedwhenyoure
Pups, 9 wks, Registered& 813-662-259 M-F11-9Sat10-9 Sun11-7 LinK 25101mFarmtEqu TraoThe i
BOXERPUPPIES eaytogo.POP. Lc#P04062440 Visa, Mc Amex Discover JOHN DEERE 04, tractor, Timberland, rear bath, Honda 2004 Aquatrax F- 2nthemaretbuyorse
AKC health certs, Brindle 727-869-4742 M ROTTWEILER pups GKC P4-070213 7904 w el drive, 32 front qn Bed, app 12, brand new, 0 hours, udPo on h 3'
& wns $300 & 350. hours $100000 OBO. very clean. $8,500. 12 mo.bfactnwarranty. r rude ataw/bmini o3'
1352m-00a0 LAB Puppies AKC Alle REG.Fat n Imp. I481 cats 727-234-3431 Call 513-237-0130 ea at 50 a bench seats. Eas load,
Cal3 3-0 lowHCstshots, Mother German Import 481Cas Steal at $8850 incl tax & du axel trailer. $4K
BOXER PUPS, AKC, & grandparents on site, $500407312-8100 PLANTCITY1206Pame- 525 Horses & 25.5 2002 Coleman Pop- title. Alsohavenew2or 752-9546eavemsg
Taking Deposits $500arge C 2-52 -155 ROTTWEILER Pu BRMAN kittens CFA ve Kay, offForbes Commu- Livestote w/ glide out, exc single or double trailers 24.6' 1981 AUASPORT
A t $500RDAY! 5 ROTTWEILER IPupies, loving, 12 weeks old nitSale, Sat May 28 cond $7500. 920-3222 or avail. Call 813-763-4848 WAC twin 140 evinrude
READY FRS DAY! AKC registered, 3 wks Austrailian line. $50 7AM til?LotsofMisc POLE BARNS, Garages, 813-732-7650 4Yamaha FX 4 1987 outb full elec tan-
$600-$650.813-884-8557 LAB PUPPIES, yellow, old, current shots. Call 941-377-2255 workshops, horse barns 2004 Yamaa FX 1100, 4 demtr87 outb full elec 11,500 tan-bo.(813)
BOXERS AKC, health 2 girls, 1 boy, AKC reg. Ready for good homes. PLANT CITY 2718 ilder20x2x92600 27' Sunlne 1999 RV stroke hIh tu 643-7E T 10 o
certificatedeclawed parents on -site, $ 500-$650.941-748-83 MAINE Coon Cat, F, Beau- Reserve, Sat, May 28, 20x30x9 $4200 Camper, excellent con- Waverunner 50 rs 643-7180
tails cut,n parents 4 1st shots ready now,ROWEILER P tiful Shaded silver, CFA, 8AM-2PM, Multi-family..'24x24x9 2'032 edition, custom design, warranty with Trailer: 25' BENNINGTON Pon-
isi h se $400 3-7411340 ROTTWELER Pups, Si payed, Needs Lotsofisctems 24x40x9 020 sleeps 8. $12,000 firm. $11,500.813-503-3403 toon'0090HPMerc, full
50.Call352-875-5124 LAB PUPS AKC shots OD DRAVEGIC ALrsq $100813-654-0066 h813-713-2333-78a8-3501 28' 2000 COACHMAN wAtrailer, l2002ike newtob2-372
Cavalier New$1100 wormed, vet cert. Block heads. Also Falko/ er-83 APHABREEDNGSOKR788AL,0withsidO t AChHr onlyw o n d
head, champ. bkgrd. man bld.pups Exctemp. Persian/Himalyan MAPHA BREEDING STOCK ROYAL, with slideout, 58hrs, freshwater only,
Pups Great Prices Pedigrees. Parents/ POP HIthcerts, $1000- Kittens-CFA, high MARES 2- Half sisters one owner, good condi- Must sell!$5300 bo. 27'1988 Seara270 DA, T-
MinPin Puog $200. Shiba grandparents on site. $1500 407-415-5833 quality, shots, many I1IO)\ raised together, selling tion, $18,00 firm. Call Lutz/LOL813-949-8691 260, rebuilt2002,full
Cavalier $400. Maltese, $300-$500352-307-0772 407-415-5837 colors$350-$450 CASH together. Need experi- 813-884-6780 KAWASAKI 2002 UL- cabin, great boat $14,500
Cocke$cABAD1DE9UP1SEL3E.UPIESinKI.2ic2nnL00Day: 813-917-9992 or
Cocker$650 LABRADOODLE PUPS SHELTIE PUPPIES, Mini Call 813-991-7130. PLANT CITY 3205 Park enced riders. Price neg 30'2003Keystone Laredo TRA150 Jetski, trailer, 3 Eves:813-996-4088
VWNewBabiesV BEAUTIFUL. READY Collies, gorgeous& SIAMESE KITTENS 1 M WalkCourt(THEOAKS), to good home. $5,00 5thWhl 1slide-out vests, cover and tube.
Yorkies, Cocpoo, NOW. All colors M&F fantastic family pets. Seal Pt, 2 F Choc Pt. Sat Ma 28 7AM-12 (813)996-0771. sleeps 6. Barely used. Runs great $5800.00 27'6" 1989 Rare Sea Ray
Maltepoo, Boxer, Shih $500(386)364-8345 Raised with Love. Ready 17 May. $275- NOON, large Family Chestnut Mare 4 yr old, MustSell-duetoillness. (813)620-0266 260cc, Exc. Cond. Re-
Tzu & more OUr pups $450-$500352-793-1551 $351r. lit -nor nin MovingSale. perfect confirmation $20Kobo813-685-4971 JET SK'97Polaris built 7.4L w/Bravo 1
come to us irect from Rugged 31' 1998 Jaco Eagle 5th $2000 Tandum Trailer, full
their breeders home. LABRADOR puppies, AKC, Toy Poodles, dark brown ,Tr ., 1 3; r.nt FA father ca e 31' 1 Kith Lgle 5eh -,0039 electronics, freshwater,
3 yr wrnty, shots, CC Champbloodlines gor- andappricot,.hlthcerts, i.onsark, 3 world champp- nbed Huge 86ora-e3 forpics
accepted, Closed geous, Black, Chain- regsteredaes 482 Birds lines ava ilable.$10,000. ed uced to $oats d dou ooom
Sunday. 813-653-4384, aqn. e & Yellow. Ready 813-752-9223.Alfter 4pm Vie 813-b6- ( 813 d to $9- 10,995 154
4385Links PawTr. /T$550.813-973-0705 Call 813-289-3256. Bonded Pairs, Scarlets 813-486-2400. (813) 9496015 1411BST AR ,2 5 00e roo 7-5-3ne Da
Va#rico, Lic#P05-077909 $11550. Yellow Napes, PLANT CITY!3426 HOL QUARTER HORSE/PAINT 31'-_ AIRSTREAM 13BOSTONWHALER,2528' 1989 Hawaiian Day


hr P,- n rTOO a House m NOW 813y 41126C r ailer, Cruiser Civr, 4
CHIHUAHUA CKC reg. 8 Labrador Pupies ire Hai Fo Terriers, 0. Blue Fronts February, Young & LOWA VeRDmorint Sat HERDS OF BLACK ANGUS 813-633-6786 Mercury, ollsa trailer, 14990
wks old, small smooth 3 beautiful Black females, AKC rare cute, smart. 352-429-8242 2, 28 & 29. trai/nedre healthy, CLASSIC 1971. Gre Pleasetcal813-639-1042 cabin, project, motor




coats H, 1st shots, hTs I et Bears, non- corkybird@aol.com Sun Ma ay2A 2 trail/arenta, loads, c lrs by Rs2300 Pe a a 1 0 oes
S o727-754-0281. rold hand fed, must PLANT CITY 4605 Beau- WANTED2GOATS, SHEEP3,Mi e, 2005 G ulfste n ter cH era $3600 w/ motor $2600



DACHSHUND PUPPIES, SH MASTIFF Call3-653-2797 Venice Masonic Loe Kitchen ware, clothes & HERD DISPERSAL 60 head sE rwin new Con lass runabout, 90HP water. Loaded, twin 7.4,813-25-1707
Duemiweek.d r PUPPvet checked $4002 YORKIE PUPS AKC Fe 118ave attention. With christmas decor. 6/4 crLAMAS &CALbred c TOws, sz bed, sleep6- fu Matercury ob, EZ $3900oader new btm.$25K upgrades








$450 d bloodline blak 7vt shots HC house Bounce House and Gift- 8-12 33330 Mishener PI. now, Take one or al trr, trolling motor & www.340searay.com
CalitoReserve GO ('DEN REI R ceBeautiful $700 00 o 750each 33D Fifth, wheel 00 wheels, 813-620-1479fonly 727-867-6418995290/
chi850-240-380 KCvet checked$400 cellent uaty, 2.8 Adbs $100OB3(941)232-2668 500-549Collectbles Clothes, HOME. CALL CINDY $9,50052-494-9404obo813545-4241 twdrives, fact1997 silenraft Marti-
Chinese SharpeisPudpi"e- Z-Hills813-7799497 serious inuiries.6500. COCKATOO, Umbrella, Hourmers Market W 813-649-1126 83 9 Caavele, Fibe- e nt
Putanewwrinlein 423420-65aes er 0/920-1246 fem. 3 rs olumbian Red HIS old Gelding 34 1989 TERR RESORT, PRO E enter con- Ceedser e
yourlfe!tAKCregistered, MALTESE, AKC reg, toy AKCregistered, tame talks birdw/cageH $1,80yldck Gelding 32'Reetwood5thwheel eder loving care. $750 $39,900.813-293-2222




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3 and 1 Female.- faces, parents are show vet chec ked tiny obo. 13230-69 $1,250. x2 Ponies, $700 3slides&awning27"TV obo.p813-630-1067 34' Malnship Pilot 2000,
Dapples 813-929-0465.solids, CKC 2-F $ULLPu ea 1-M Female, amsir $75pioneach727-798-1228 LUEBERRIES U-PICK each. Trailed or beg.Safe. & Stereomanye24000 obo 17' hard top, llelectron
$800 & up. ,813-385-1125 Cashonoy.iAskin$900. CO N U R ES G r e e n PLANT City Corner of Ca11941-776-0455 TruckAvailable oston rics, genb t ormf fresh
COLLI9 CKC registered, Call 8 3-885-1tiny6 cheeked, born February Young & Vermont 9 60 HERDS OF BLACK ANGUS Pa 813-633-6786 Mercurycolt oneow Evrude Mac il, ke new. ows









site.m813-833-1995 familT comp o NO $1000 $1500. Will for computers and Bugg Rd.so. Plant Exc. bloodlines. $2000 excconditon mustsee. Mahog..onsoe, True serious inquires only.
female, 4 mes MALTEE/HH TU 14 $350 forth. HamsterFriMayarter, for sace & Brangus 2 FT '04 KEYSTONE Man extras, $10,650.










Sable/White,__ for trail riding $1,000.00/9 | Rental | exc condo, great all brs.72a rr367e-
ahht853ao67-1716 H /o -
$400 each 813 662-3181 girl Clla Iu p shots. 8 wks hIth certs/shots cows. Also black Angus SPRINTER Dble slide- 813-e67-1716 06. offers.n77-37-
35Call -91-1124 P,70 seeicswww. EXOTICBIRDSHOWSALE PLANTCITYWadenLake Bulls. 850-510-4854 or out, sps 6 /mstrSpotAdvertising Works
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DACHSHUND PUPPIES Call 813-653-2797 Venice Masonic Losed4tim es, must center consolefiber- 34' SEARAY 2000 best on
Due in 1 week. OLD ENGLISH MASTIFF Ve e Kitchenwarelothes HERD DISPERSAL 60 head sel m l er glass runabout, 90HP water. Loaded, twin 74A,
2718E.VeGraen /oat Sc rit ury6 nl, Eo adro ne bgtm$ uprader
$450. PUPPIES.N4weeks, YORKIEMPUPS,1regisM B christmas dcor. 6/4 crossbredcows, calving $26,000811ro16-5314 trr, rob, EZ loader new bti.$25K upgrades
SRe se good bloodline, black 2 vet shots, e ,Bounce House and Gift- 8-12 33330 Mishener PI. now, Take one or all. I1-534 trr, trollng motor& www.340searay.com
Call to Reserve 8mask, POP $800. raised. Beautiful $700& s Ist 100 AdultsKids $1 & I $750 each 33' Fifthwheel,1979. $600 de, finder, used only 727-867-6418
4850-240-3808-8092 ue. 8 4-1458,u &Adults $3(941) 232-2668 500-549 Call 952-494-9404 obo Call Shannon or 10rs, must sell du toaft






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DACHSHUNDS 2 Males, 3 813-431-1134 1483I Exotic I Farmer's Market WANTED!! Horses Melissa: 813-992-083973 death $12,995 Call Diana 36 1997 Wellcraft Marti-
Females, Black Red 1 Pekinese Pups Lovable pniestack, trailers 677-426' 672-8437 W est863-696-1959 unique, Turnkey cond.
long-haired shots ogs pups uto15 YORKIES ages 5 s andMust Sell $100,000
included. 250 each. lbs.Femaes$40maes under $450+ BOAS Columbian Red equip.op pricespa. 34' 1989 TERRI RESORT, 17 PROINE, center co- Cruiser Ths weekend
813-986-1785629-1081 350. AlsoJackRussells Also MALTESE Pups Tailed boas Born 3/20 IN Fruits & Goo ome. Call Cndi doubledoors, big bay sole 9hp, trailer fis- y rice.d at payoff,
$350 female $300 betsat@acun.com Cash males & females avail. e now:813-649-116 windows, private rear finder great shape, 73,000 not negotiable
DACHSHUNDS -Minis males. 813-600-3072 941-322-9563 Perfect starter snake! IeVegetablesdbedroom, sleeps 6, A/C $5,4I0.13-256-3020 for more info gotto
Dapples & solids, CKC L $75 each 727-798-1228 Bay Quarter Horse geld fully self-contained, tv www.knotneighbors
registered. oParens C kon $Pup BLUEBERRIESU-PICK g, child or beg. safe. satellite, manyextra's, 17 Whaler Montauk.9 owellcraftor
0.vr viewgist 822.UcSl30neLower,212smCoerierdPPwet P2BULMag10Cstec01ll&3781r83a4t or
651b dam, for prot & YORKIES AKC,3tinyfem. Place an ad in class 431 Mon-Sat 9-3. H 60 & 1800. AQHA Pal, col oneownernonsmoker Evinrude, aic Ti, call 813-781-8364.
site.813-833-199 family comp only, NO $1000 $1500. Will for computers and Bugg Rd so Plant xc. bloodlines. $2000 exccondition mustsee- Mahog. Console, True seriousinquiresonly.
Check out class 418 FIGHTING! Ser. Ingonly deliver. 386-698-4842 equipment and see how City. $2.0d/lb. obo. Call 813-986-6909 $6000 obo. 81d.5053000 Classic. $6200 obo
for cool deals on A/C's $500 obo 813-927-4235 many "bytes" you get! 813-340-1738 HORSES Call 813-251-0081 41' SeaRay Sundancer
Quarter, for sale, broke 564 Recreational 17.S' 1996 FOUR WINNS l ke new condo.
for trail riding $1,000.00 Rental exc cond, reat all hrs, fact wart. en
Pasure COLEMAN POPUP alv trIr, full cover, 15-295-29
Pastures5&2CAMPERS available for 70000obo.727-527-9459
Stalls rent A/C, sink, stove,n p 1979twin 16hp Perkins
frig. For reservations11 979 twi erkins
Plant Cit /LkldAreaFull call Lynn8l3-546-1827 wakeboard tower, new 8kw gen, encl aft
trailer & access. Fresh deck, kent under cover,
ty, friendly, clean, best I81 9626- ob1I $M i5 ,9 0 ts.81 g2 cond.
care, grass turnout.. 81-i52i(Jti
$250/mo.863-686-5097 Fowler&l-75 18' 1988 Gemini Bass 47' HILBORNE 1987
u s527IHa & Grain RV's/Boats etcSecurity Boat, 150 HP, rebuilt Houseboat, under re-
527_1_May_&_GrainI____IBo/ts etc Security, mariner, trolling motor, modelin great live
trailer runs reat. aboard.?4 090Calliaft 5
Tifton 85 Hay, new 813-986-3094 $3200.613-933-8176 &wkends 813-493-8258
INT M ABA,,REE EL Scutting, round rolls, C'woodRV/Boatstorage. 1'V 20" Wellcraft, 115 BOATS Several storm
available. $35ro1 bright night lighting Fe motor, GPS, ,dr, ragd
813-716-5447 wash area. From $35 Dept Finder, Garage sale1to 32'
era ion South Bay RV & Boat 18' 2111 Ranger Coman. IBoatSlips
Recreation IStorage-Secureoutside che.20Mercr rru I ---Sto-age
and covered storage. trolimnt',wrance eec,,
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Tampa 22'iialta, yr2000 HD, Pools & Spas Warranty.on motor, ase autl o etr 4 /mo.
Tampa 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico -3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd. maike newt,$35,00. aWel test.siPAirSBmust&Bal.
Tampa 4479 Gandy Blvd. Wesley Chapel -5351 Village Market mav, 8M FA-1 SPAS 9nIRrEC"13Tan d ou y RV & e odat
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Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave. Seffner 725 N. Grove Cir. 291997 Seabreeze Class Spas fromli$1n,199 vetteng ,bmin top, 8t3-/7-20
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Brandon 1945 W. Lumsden Ave. Tampa -7851 Palm River Rd. 813.234-7334 SPECIAL* ** Very wel l maintained Storage!-Allwboats/RV
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Marine
5861 suppfne &
Repairs
Outboard Motor- 90HP
Johnson, 2000 Model.
Motor is on boat and can
be test driven. Motor &
boat are on lake, in
Lakeland. $3850.
Call 863-698-2065.
BOAT TRAILER, alumi-
num, (2) axles, for 25'
boat, needs brakes,
$1200. Please call:
813-389-1426
OUTBOARD ENGINE
REPAIRS. All makes &
,models. New Nissans
sold. All boat repairs.
Gibsonton F1813.767.5521
1587 1 Sailboats I
32.5' Islander 1968, sleeps
7 wood interior, fibre
glass, A/C, frid e, head,
TV, galey, $7,100 Firm
or Trade. 813-877-7370
600-649
Transportation

19 Automotive
Services

Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994
Auto
620 Engines,
Parts & Misc.
AUTO MECHANICS TOOL
Box & TOOLS & Test
Equipment. Mostly
Snap-On & Mac tools.
1-352-684-3521 -
PARTS For sale, 20 year
collection of Datsun Z-
Car parts, cars, access,
tools, manuels, fiber-
glass molds. If no offer
by June 10th all will be
scrapped. 813-873-8004
SATURN 1999 Coupe 5
spd, Needs engine. You
pick up. Make offer.
813-654-3424

TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Great pric-
es. Honesty & Integrity.
Call Rob 813-610-7887

Trailers

6X12 Tandem Axle
trailer, w/tailgate. $1200.
Call 813-924-5294

1 I6 Trucks Light
62 Duty
Chevrolet 1995 Silverado,
extra cab, 4x4, 350 V-8,
cold ac, auto, super
clean. $7500 obo. 4 rims
F150 $300 813-842-9316
CHEVY 1999 S-10, PU
Truck 4 cyl 5sp 64K mi
new air, alternator and
tires. $6,750.
813-689-7071-205-2572


629 1 Trucks- Light
Duty
Toyota 1999 Tacoma Ex-
tra Cab, Pre-Runner, au-
to, 68K mi, looks & runs
perf, all power, $7,800.
813-659-2410:426-2775
Toyota 2002 Tundra Lmtd
Ed, fully loaded, 45K mi,
White.$16,900.
Call 813-363-2743
Toyota 2003 Tundra, reg
cab, long bed, 23K mi,
white, grille guard,
many extras, exc cond.
$12,500813-931-9256
Trucks -
630 Heavy Duty

CHEVY 1997 2500 Utility
Body Truck, AC, 5 spd.
like new, $4800 obo.
813-404-6071

FORD 1997 F250, ext cab,
long bed, 7.3 diesel, 2 fu-
el tanks, 2 key remotes,
new alpine stereo w/re-
mote & rear spkrs, all
maint records. 134k hwy
miles, excellent truck
$12,560.941-721-3181
FORD 2000 F-250, 4WD,
lots of extras, low miles,
like new, $21,500 obo
813-948-8232
ISUZU 1995 NPR 150,000
mi, Lift Gate, 14' Box
Side Door, Auto., Diesel,
$5,900, Great Value
(727)424-7101

ISUZU 2001 Box Truck, 20'
AC CD good condition
$12,000 813-817-7981

PARK YOUR CAR IN CLAS-
SIFIED and see ittake off
in the fast lane!
N 4-Wheel
j630813 el
S I'l l Drive
CHEVY 1980 Half ton 4x4,
454 Engine, $2,500
813-788-2999503-0084

FORD 2004 F150 Ext cab,
FX4 4x4 fully loaded
white black lthr int, 6
disc CD, weld wheels,
Nito tires, 6k, tonneau
cover, bedliner tinted
windows. $29 500.
813-299-8993
Nissan 2001 Xterra, Sil-
ver, cloth int, mint con-
dition, 80k mi, 4x4, safe-
tyuard, 6 cd changer.
$1,900.813-968-5100
1631 Vans I
Chevy 1990 G20
Conversion, new motor
and new parts. $1200
8139-986-9538
CHEVY 1993, 1 ton van,
full tow package, good
work van, needs minor
work. $950.
813-754-1723
CHEVY 2000 Venture LS
all power video system
dual air, 51K mi. $7006
813-633-3735


CHEVY 2001 S-10 Reg
cab auto 4 .cyRe Dodge 1992 Caravan,
Wht/Grey in, runs Braunlift, bo &mec
looks eat! 1st 550 exc cond. 96k miles
kie 50 w/middle bench seat
takes t. 727-455-7697 $500obo.941-371-3189
CHEVY 2001 SILVERA'DO
LS 1500 Ext cab, tow DODGE 2003 GRAND CAR-
pkln 4x4, V8, auto, 25K AVAN Perfect! beautiful
m1ies. $18,00.
813,-633-3328 miles $13,l00 obo. Must
Sell! 613-949-9117
CHEVY 2003 S0L XCab
w/hardtop & bedliner. DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Excellentcond.,Lessthan Van, 10" lowered floor
10 000 miles. Only power ramp., 14,006
$1b,500 813-932-9383 miles. Call 727-492-1630.
CHEVY 2003 SILVERADO
LS ext cab, loaded, 24K FORD 1995 AEROSTAR
mi fac warranty, orgi- One OwnerDark Blue
nal owner. $20,900. Auto., 6 Cyl. AC/FM/XLT
813-689-0454 $2 900 Super Buy Ex-
DODGE 1990 Dakota ext'd celleni Condition (813)
cab, tow pkg, ac, cruise, 238-0765
bedliner, tourneau cover, FORD 2002 E-150 Handi-
alloy 73,300 mi, exc cond cap Van w/ lowered
$10,900.352.686.8912 floor, hand control, lift,
DODGE 1993 DAKOTA EZ lock, 3K warranty
127 000 mi, Green, EXT. $33,500 (813) 625-5091.
CAB, Auto., 2 WD, 6 Cyl. HONDA 2003 ODESSEY
$3,295, Super Buy (813) 46000 mRed, Minivan,
689-0991 2 0Ato6Cyl, air,
DODGE 2004 Ram 1500, lher ats, power
5.7L Hemi, Laramie windowspowerbrakes,
Ouad Cab, 2WD, Black, power eangpower
20" Rims, Spray liner, locks, tinted windows,
ToumeauTop, Tow Pkg, cruise, AM/FM/CD
$24,900 813-263-8957 alarm, traction control
$24,9008133-8957 roof rack, alloy premn
FORD 1997 F150, very wheels, car top carrier,
nice, fbrgis flat cover, well maintained
hi-miles, $4200 obo. 941-807-3611
813-715-4848* 714-8431 KIA 2002 Sedona EX Load-
ed, V6, leather, pwr
FORD 2001 Sport Trak, moonroof,seats7,5star
Bk, 74K mi, all pwr, AC, safety rating, clean, 46K
Ithr int custom whls, mi, $12500 813792-1321
bedliner & cover x-cond NISSAN 2000 UEST XE,
$1500813-817-4398 61,500 mi 4 brand new
FORD 2002 HARLEY tires, VCI, exc. cond.,
Davidson F-150, S-Crew, very clean, 1 owner.
30K miles, $27,500 obo. $9,999 Firm. 813-431-1664
Call 813-241-5229 OLDS 1999 SILHOUETTE,
clean, good van, auto-
GMC 2003 SIERRA Crew matic sliding dr, new
Cab HD2500,4WD,turbo tires disc brakes CD,_
diesel, auto, 50K mi full goodcond 813.571.3046
warn.,allison'6spd mint, PLMUTH 1994 Grand
thr all opts. 3,500 obo.PLYMOUTH 1994 Grand
813-376-5611988-7770 Voyager, 116K mi,
Green, new AC, exc
TOYOTA 1987 Truck, low cnd. $2350.
ml, tbpperF& bedline, 813-973-1949
good condo, $2,000 Ca nO T I A X 7
13-681-6854 416-0 TOYOTA SIENNA XLE, 7
8..-8-. .416-080 prassen.,nger, clean inside
TOYOTA 1993 Truck 4x4n--& :power windows &
alum rims toolbox, roll ocks, CD,70K miles.
bar, new tires, CD pmyr, $9,499.813-393-6208.
looks& runs great$5500 S, ..... 1 3 en-a "
obo813 158after6 Toota99 SiennaLE
Tired of thesame "old" quad seatsr6.r. rac
thing? Sell your antiques running brd,1 owr,exc
with aad in class 402. end$11,5 813-205-7935


I Sport Utility
SI Vehicles
Buick 2004 Rendevous
28k mi, white w/ tan
cloth, new tires, full
power, extra clean.
$15,500.727-687-6001
CHEVY 1991 S-10 BLAZER
72,000 mi, White, Sports
Utility Auto., 2 WD 6
Cyl $2,300, Low Miles
(813) 928-2079
CHEVY 1995 Blazer LT,
$1500 obo
813-493-2108
CHEVY 1996TAHOELSV8,
fully loaded, cold AC,
4x4, tow pkg, 2nd owner,
low miles. $6,306
813-389-5964
CHEVY 2002 TAHOE, 58K
mi, all leather, fully
loaded, all options, tint,
am/fm, CD $22,000.
813-695-3375
Chevy 2002 Trail Blazer
LTZ lack2 tone Loaded
46k mi, All Power Leather
Bose Stereo $15,500
813-957-6261
CHEVY 2002 Trailblazer,
LS, Like new cond, AT,
AC, PW, PL, keyless, 50k
mi, all maint records.
$13,900.813-972-8180
DODGE 2000 DURANGO
SLT, Ithr, loaded, exc
cond, Price reduced
$9,500 obo.
813-610-1090
DODGE 2000 Durango
SLT, loaded leather,
exc. cond. 91K mi. dark
blue, $9500 obo.
813-267-6697
FORD 1996 EXPLORER XLT
SAM/FM/Cass/6 CD, Ithr
PS, PB, PW, rear air, roof
rack, 4 dr Burgandy.
$6,060.813-765-0092
FORD 1997 EXPEDITION
113K mi, Red, Good Cond
Eddie Bauer, 54L, V8, 4
WD $10,500 After 5PM
(813) 226-2871
FORD 1998 Explorer Eddie
Bauer Edt. Looks Good,
Runs Exc, Loaded, V8,
Tow Pkg2 $7,500 obo
727-638-2862
FORD 2000 Expedition
XLT, loaded, keyless,
great cond., hwy miles,
garagekept, 6-disc CD,
Weather. 813-571-3046
FORD 2000 Expedition
XLT, 1 owner exc cond.
79k miles, burundy/
gray Ithr 3rd row 11,900
OBO. 813-926-9033
FORD 2003 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer,72k mi, perf
cond, new tires, new
brakes. Asking $18,500
obo 813-294-7187
GMC: 1999 YUKON, 1aded
w/leather dual AC, cd
player, 75K mi, blue w/
pewter. $9995
813-495-2798
GMC 2001 Jimmy
2dr 54K mi, towing capa-
bility, exc cond. $7,300
obo. Call 813-621-3038
HONDA 2002 CR-V EX 4x4,
loaded, 6 disc CD chngr,
good condition, 64K mi,
$15,700.941-744-1882

INFINITY 1997 QX4, load-
ed, Ithr, sn rf, well maint,
low 82k mi, mint cond,
$9700 813-677-6917
386-453-8329
Infinity 2003 FX35
Loaded Gold 23k mi
under NAIA value, $29K.
813-980-0357
ISUZU 1998 Rodeo LS, V6,
4x4, sunroof, CD leath-
er,, fully loaded, non-
smoker. $7500.
813-453-4428.
ISUZU 1999 Amigo V6, au-
to, 70K mi, hardtop, AC,
moonroof FM/CD plyr,
Green aarm, $7,700.
Cafl 813-541-5961
ISUZU 1999 Rodeo LSE
Lthr, sunrf multi-CD,
KBB: $8350, Asking
$8000. Moving abroad,
must sell. 813-991-5637
JEEP 1989 Wrangler Red,
6 cyl, standard, 160k mi,
$5400
813-240-5762

JEEP 1995 Wrangler, blue,
lots of chrome, liqht bar
4 cylinder standard all
accessories. $6495.
813-786-5119* 907-2894
JEEP 2000 GR CH Limited,
Sports Utility 73K, Au-
to' 4 WD,leaer in mt, 8
Cl. tow package,
$13,495 Super Buy (813)
727-0197
Jeep 2000 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, Burgundy, 6
cyl, support utility. 2
wheel drive auto tilt
$6900.813-454-8869
Land Rover 1997 Discov-
er blue, VS, PW, PL PS,
CO, thr, new tires, AWV
Roof rack, Cruise cntrl,
$7,900 obo 813-671-1479
LAND ROVER 2004 Discov-
ery II, 4x4, auto, 4800 mi,
tow pkg, running
boards, garage kept,
:527,500 727-786-3760
LEXUS 2002 RX300, black,
sunroof, excellent
condition 69K miles,
$19,900.941-234-6259
Nissan 2002 Pathfinder,
4WD, loaded, exc cond
oy 15K mies $20,70
Cal cel: 863-227-4256
or 863-644-6249


63 | Sport Utility
Vehicles

SUZUKI 2001 Grand Vitara
XL7, full wr, 4x4, V6,
pass 82K mi. CD, pear
white, loaded, $10400
813-265-4324 -767-0658
TOYOTA 1994 4RUNNEF
4x4 V6, 123,000k, Auto
CD, sunroof, leather
cruise, loaded, tow
package, runs great
$4,000813-546-5808
TOYOTA 1997 RAV4 70K
Miles, Red, CD, Auto
Great Shape, Alarm
Keyless Entry, $5,99H
obo813-685-8926
TOYOTA 2002 Sienna XLE
45,500 miles, TV, VCP
leather seats, fully load-
ed.$20,000/best,
813-855-2026 or
813-727-8842
1 Scooters &
633 Mopeds

Scooter, elec, 3 wheels
barely used .5550. Alsc
FREE, another scooter
that needs whis & bat-
tery and wooden ramp.
813-677-2527
Wheelchair Jazzy Elec, 2
yo, new tires & btry
$900. Scooter, Invan
care Panther 4 whir,
$800, both showroom
quality. 813-677-2527
1635 | Motorcycles
BUELL 2000 Xl Lighten-
ing, 1203CC, very clear
&sporty, very low miles
$5,000
813-363-1850
Custom V Twin (E
Dorado) new. 1 of a kind
too much stuff to list
call for details. $18,50C
813-949-9351
HARLEY 1997 DAVIDSON
LOWRIDER, 112hp, very
fast, very sharp, must
see. Call Brian at
813-634-6144
Harley 2000 883 Sportster
laci c rhrormnE. man,
itri S utange 2 i', 280
iTr 6cowr oomrn, C'.,fld.
Al 40,i S13-6267 16,
HARLEY 2000 Rigid, Twir
cam, 95", Baker 6spd, 8C
spoke wheels PM Brakes
Pro Built, Must See
$14,000 813-571-1183
Harley Davidson 2001883
Sportster, 5k mi,
Screaming Eagle.
chrme, windshd, $5200.
813-986-1709 624-7296
HARLEY 2002 HERITAGE
SOFTAIL CLASSIC, 5K
miles, fuel injected fac-
tory security, $15,900.
Cal 813-909-8790
HARLEY 2003rLow Rider
1BIk, 1500 mi, Loaded
w/extras' $16,900 obo,
VERY VERY CLEAN!
813-986-2694/763-0223
HD 1998 Road King Sharp!
Runs awsome, with Tour
Pack, 65k miles
$13k obo. 813-758-0215
HD 2001 HERITAGE
SFTTAIL CLAS Fuel In]'
Garage Kept. Mint Cond,
Screamin Egl; Pipes,
Many Chrome extras,
5.5K miles $17,300
(813)909-7490 .
Honda 1995 ST1100,
super low miles, many
after market extras,
garage kept. $5956
813-600-1574
HONDA 2002 Shadow
American Classic 750CC
Maroon & Black 7800 mi
many xtras $5100 obo.
813-986-6538 748-8852
INDIAN 2001 SPIRIT,
EXTRAS. 1400 MILES.
12,000 OBO.
813-817-6392

KAWASAKI 1977 KZ1000,
Perfect cond veeery
fast, needs nothing,
custom paint, Kerker
header, Dyna ignition,
36mm CVMikunicarbs.
$5 000.1984 Kawasaki
GPZ1100, rear Bike, VGC,
fuel injected, recent
tune-up runs perfect.
$5,000.813-814-7677
SUZUKI 2002 1500 Intrud-
er. LC, 24k mi, silv &
white chrome, windshli
- & saddlebags $5500 obo
813-986-1709 624-7296
SUZUKI 2004 Hayabusa,
blue & sivr, 2K mi. dbl
bubwnd scr. UFO under-
tail HMF full exh, low-
ered $9500 813-541-1433
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will picK
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
Yamaha 2002 5 Star
Classic 1063cc, 2 cyl, 4
stroke, 570 miles.
$6200.813-988-1138
Ext l22
| 636 | Golf Carts
EZ-60 1989, Lights, cur-
tains windsheild, mir-
rors, '03 batteries, good
tires, charger, 050.
813-633-5177

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts al relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
1637 ATVs
ATV 2005 110 shaft drive
ATV, 4 cycle, 3 spd re-
verse, electric start,
$1299. 352-854-7279


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SUZUKI 2003 OZARK
250cc, Emerald Grn, less
than 10 hrs. Great family
fun! Pd $4200. Sacrifice
$2500.813-265-3348
1996 Yamaha Blaster
$1500. Also 1989 350
Warrior $2,000. $3K for
pr, both run great.
727-939-8840
YAMAHA 2004 350 Bruin,
Auto, 4x4, Camo,
w/wench, Excelleni
Condition $4,500
813-240-8641
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640 Wanted
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Cars trucks & vans
Cash Paid. Free Tow.
813.930.2464813.760.2656
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727-536-7538
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Running Or Not.
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Condition. Free Removal,
24 hrs. 813-964-8095
Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CHEVY 1956 PICKUP dis-
mantled,
Best offer
(727) 856-6222


SCHEVY 1961 IMPELLA, 4 consd. One of a kind!
door, automatic 400 en- Flawless! (813) 948-4701
gine, 40o trans, White &
Red,newwhitewalls,re- CADILLAC 2004 DeVille
stored looks & runs DHS Black, like new,
beautiful, must see. loaded w7 every option
$8,500 obo. 813-849-3428 avail, inc advanced
CHEVY 197 hvll vehicle navigation, 6-cd
CHEVY 1972 Chevelle changer, XM Sat radio,
bucket seats, center 4yr warr.,0Take over
console automatic on paymentsOR $45K ovbo
floor 30 12 bolt rear, 727733-4458
clean & out, must sell.
$5500 727-644-9561 CHEVY 1997 Camaro con-
vertible w/new top,
HRYSLER973 te, great cond, 120K
! New Yorker Brougham below Drop-Price,
Neall original 54k original $4Kobo.813-376-8230
miles appraised at CHEVY 1999 Lumina LTZ
$6,500. s OBO. White, 4dr, 6cyl CD,
813-737-4506 or Lthr, Power Win &Seats,
813-727-9336 Cold AC, Exc. Cond.
SFORD 1926 Model T Road- $4,100.813-335-1169
ster w/trailer, all prigi- CHRYSLER 1994 LEBA-
nal,pristine condition RON Conv A/C, P/W,
$19,500.813-782-8654. P/L, P/S, white, low mi,
Serious inquiries only $2200 well cared for
MERCURY 1972 COMET, 352-239-0535
y exc cond, 4 DR, 302 V8, CHRYSLER 1996 Sebring
PS, A/T bucket seats Convertible great top,
S89K orig miles $3500 no leaksverygood cond.
obo. 352-588-1074 127K, a real head turner!
v MGB 1973 Rebuilt Engine, $4506 352-568-1021
perfect restoration car,
extra parts inclu CORVETTE1985
$4500obo 813-843-2798, runs good & strong,good
tires, needs TLC, $5400
OLDS 1972 CUTLASS S Call352-521-044
CONVERTIBLE, NEWLY CORVETTE 2002
RESTORED, Rocket 350, convertible, 1 owner,
AC, Wht/Brown $19,850. garage kept many
813-253-2347 extras. $34,500 obo
PONTIAC 1966 G.P., 2nd 813-230-8687
owner, orig paint, AT DODGE 2000 Neon, red,
AC, new springs & dual good cond. 1 owner
exhaust, new valve job runs well, 84K mi. $3000
$8500obo 727-397-1947 obo. 813-349-1779 days
TRIUMPH 1980 SPITFIRE or 317-418-2562 eves
CLASSIC convertible FORD 1987 Crown
with 4 speed OD. Looks Victoria,87K orig mi.302
and runs great! Many V8 runs exc $1900 obo.
new parts and have all 813-715-4848 *714-8431
maintenance records.
Asking $5000 (813) Ford 1987 Thunderbird
748-7926 ,Turbo Coupe, new paint,
S48 tation reuiltengine and trans,
6481 orig 90k miles. $1200.
Wagons 813-831-5060
FORD 1996 Taurus GL au- FORD 1990 Mustang GT
to, cold AC N/S, 3rd 5.0, low miles, good-con-
seat, low miles, power edition, all original, one
everything & exc cond! owner $3,900. Call
$2,9 00813-389-5964 813-681-6854 416-0806
4 1 Au bilesI FORD 1992 CROWN
Automobiles VICTORIA, all power,
S For Sale 9800 low miles, $3900.
1 813416-6131
Acura 1995 Integra LS, 5
spd, cold AC, 16 in spe-
r cial wheels& rims, 105k FORD 1996 Taurus 6 ,
mi,$3,700 813-9840-3713 81k miles,813-476-0257,
727-687-4911 813-782-2884.
ACURA 2002 RSX-Type S
fully loaded, 85K mi. exc.
cond. well main black FORD 1997 TAURUS, new
on black, $11900 obo. motor, transmission,
813-961-5456 tires extra clean, new
condition. $2,500.
Acura 2004 TL, leather, 813-927-1423
| moonroof loaded 12k
miles, Anr FM w/5: ste- FORD 1997 THUNDERBIRD
reo surround sound. 39500mi, Alpine Green,
$30,995727-9461099 Coupe, Auto, 4.6 Eng,
$30,995727-946-1099 0,Must See, Low
BMW 1996 Z3 Roadster, Miles Loaded, orig own
Conv, Auto, A/C Flawless, FX Package
New Top, Well Main- (813)886-6394
tained$10,000 1 utan 6
S813-918-21443 FORD 1999 Mustang, V6,
83-91-244 5spd, 57K mi, all wer,
I BMW 2001 3251, silver ma wheels, $950 obo.
gray Ithr int. auto, 57K Ill813-996-6346
Smi. 1 owner, garaged,
gorgeous cond.onl
u 8139 PARK YOUR CAR IN CLAS-
$21,995 SIFIED and see it take off
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Automobiles
649 For Sale

BMW 2001 525i White
w/tan leather int, sunrf,
excellent condition. 57k
mi, $22,000.
813-924-3464 0 0 0
BMW 2003 330ci, 17,500
mi, fully loaded sport
package, never been
wrecked, exc cond.$34K
813-655-4947
BMW 2005 645Ci, 5500mi,
sport pkg, 191n whis,
prem stereo, GPS, satlte
radio, tint xtra mats.
$69,900. 813-310-0812

BMW 2005 7401i
White, natural brown Ithr,
1 owner with all options,
MSRP $82K, sell $69,995.
Only 46K miles. Call
904-543-9184
BUICK 1990 LeSabre-Lim-
ited, very clean low
miles, garage kept AC,
all power options. Have
to see to appreciate.
Asking price $2300. Call
813-763-3129
Buick 1993 Roadmaster
Estate Wagon, like new
Ithr, COLD AC, low miles,
fully loaded, $4250 obo
Please Call 813-569-8079
BUICK 2003 REGAL LS
21,500 mi, Tan, Sedan
Auto., Leather $13,000
(813)633-3367

CADILLAC 1989 SEDAN
SEVILLE, 4.5 V-8; 140
orig owner mi, good
cond. $3900 OBO
**352-588-4235 **
CADILLAC 1990 ALLANTE
Pearl Wht, Red int, 110K
mi, great cond, garage
kept $12,500 obo.
813-949-3598
Cadillac 1994 Seville SLS,
white, bik artificial con-
vertible top, brwn ithr
int, full power. Clean.
$4000.813-633-8795
CADILLAC 1995 DEVILLE,
exc cond 47k mi,
$8,300
813-416-3950 or 752-9571
CADILLAC 2000 DTS Priv.
One Owner 53K Still Un-
der 6yr 100K Cad. Bump.
to Bump. Warranty,
Navigation Night Vision,
Fabric Top Every Option


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I6 Automobiles | | Automobiles Automobiles
For Sale '" | For Sale 4 For Sale
FORD 2000 FOCUS SE LINCOLN 2002 LS V6, NISSAN2002ALTIMA2.5S
WAGON auto, all power, 33K mi, newtires, taupe, auto, A/C, AM/FM/CD
AC, good cond. full power, extra clean, all pwr, fog lights, mud
$3500 obo Fully Serviced. $16,800 flaps green 39Kmi,
813-991-5440 727-687-6001 $14,300 813-546-3337
Ford 2001 Mustang Bul- MERCEDES 1982 280CE 2 NISSAN 2003 ALTIMA All
litt, limited production, dr coupe, orig, gar.kept, power, must sell.
1 yr only. Green, 18K mi, 1 owner, fully equipt, exc $12,000 obo.
looks new, extwarranty. cond. in/out, like new. 813-754-2095 or
$17,800 352-592-0578 $6800 obo 813.846.9043 727-743-2545
FORD 2001 Mustang con- MERCEDES 1986 560SL NISSAN 2003 SENTRA
vertible GT, auto, V8, convertible, stunning Great condition. PW/PL,
leather, 46K miles KBB rich silver blue w/con- CD, XM satellite radio,
$17,100, will sell for trasting dark navytop& silver 49K mi. $7800
$4,500,863-873-9583 perfect leather int. Low 813-77-3554
Ford 2003 Thunderbird -h tsn t. ri. OLDSMOBILE 1980 CUT-
Ltd Ed., Light Ba Blue 17,900 (727)492-1315 LASS, $3000 worth of
6036 miles, gar. cvrd, 2 "1 1.1.. new parts, to many to
tops (white vinyl & blk MERCEDES 1990 560SCE, list, A/C WORKS! $950
cloth) Ken 813-689-2775 exc. cond. $20K invest- 813-361-0586
FORD 2004 MUSTANG ed,'Eurhdgts163Koumi. $500 Police Impounds.
6,000mi, $12,199 obo5 of country 813-973717 Hondas, Chevys,
Speed,40th Anniv Ed Toyotas, etc. from $500.
(813)928-1718 MERCEDES 1997 e320, exc For listing 800-749-8167,
cond, 89k miles, luxury ext4124.
F package, man extras, 9 ns
Ford 2004 Mustang Roush white ex b ueint, PONTIAC 1999 Trans A
380R, Blue w7 gold RAM Air, T-Tops$ BIk,
stripes, autographed by $520 '0'-22. Auto, Dealer main. 98k
Jack Roush, 1K miles, MERCEDES 1998 CLK 30K mi, Loaded $12 900
Exc Cond. $33K/obo. mi, orig owner, dk blue (727)217-9024
813-924-5503 w/gray Ithr int, fully PONTIAC 2002 Firebird,
FORD 2005 Mustang GT, $1n MINT COND.1 red, 5spd, 29k mi, cruise,
4000 miles every option 10. 813-222-1146 V6, CD player,
available by Ford is in MERCEDES 1998 e320 81332 207793
this vehicle plus $10,000 $9,850 Silver, sunroof, 813-220-7793
in add on accessories. 6CD, drives perfect. PONTIACr003 GT G rand
$5000 down & take over PO rix victoryred 38L
pa ments. Call Walter 941-746-1031 Prix, victory red 3154
at 813-767-8299. loaded, 37K ml. $15,406
at3-767-8299. Mercedes 1999 C280, obo. 813-469-1294
champagne, tan leather,
HONDA 1988 Accord, 4DR, sunroof, auto, loaded, P* SCHE 1983 911
5 spd. gold runs good exc cond, 53K mi. rCHaa rubv red beige
$900 813-831-3619 $15,000813-967-7070 int ndy owner, bei
MERCEDES 1999 CLK320 rec'ds, always garaged,
HONDA 1996 CIVIC EX, Coupe, black on grey, nowinters, rust racing,
102K, cold A/C, 5-spd, 61K mi., non smoker, appearancegood,strong
pw/pl, moonrf, 30- very clean.$19,500 eng. runs &handles great
40mpg,2nd owner, 813-610-0478 new tires & brakes,
$4,400Vobo.813-789-3400 MERCEDES 2000 C230 $11,500 813-975-5650
HONDA 2003 CIVIC EX, Kompressor, 1 owner, PORSCHE 199191167,000
loaded, good condition, 22K mi, Wht, sunrf, 6 CD mi, White, Convertible,5
r 31K mi, Blue, Sedan, chgr, exc cond $18,500 SPeed. 2 WDunew top,
Manual, KBB $12,500 obo. 813-264-0066 $2,000 obov Must Sel
k53Valueexc cond, cstm PORSCHE 2001 Carrera
HYUNDAI 2003 SONATA whls, global GP, lobal GPS Silvery Manuel,Loaded,
Pearl wht/tan, loaded, bell and whistle $33,500. 18" Wheels 50K Mi,
Pwr moon roof, Extra 813-476-2166 42000firmserious on-
clean. 38K mi. Asking ...EDES 2000 SL 500 y -744-0572
$10,500 727-372-1192 MERCEDE 2000 S500
150377-37-1A ng ROADSTER,25kmiles, SATURN 1997 SC2, sun-
INFINITY 1999 G20 74K red & camel. Like New. roof pw, stow-master
Miles, Auto CD Sun- 5yrext.warranty. New towar, runs good &
roof, Alarm, 'Leather In- tires $39,5004119W looks great $40O. Call
terior, Loaded, $9,995 North"" St 813.639.0221 813-651-3903
obo 813-685-8926 MERCEDES 2000 SL500 Sc.in 2005XB,5spd,polar
INFINITI 2000 G20 63K Mi, Silver/Black 51KMi hte, many extras,
Silverext Auto, CDSun- Loaded, Chrome Wheels, 3000 miles save thou-
roof, Leather Int, Load- Built in Radar, 6CD, sands $11K for quick
ed Exc. Cond. $9,900 $32,900.813-335-4340 sale leavi country
813-837-4242 813-h'3-522?
MERCEDES 2000 SL500
JAGUAR 1998 XK8 Conv, AMG Sport Package Subaru1996oLegacy92k
loaded, 112k mi, Gold Black on Black, m', auto, ood as.mile-
Tan int. $19,906 very Fully Loaded with CD age,PW,4cyI,RW drive,
clean,813-72T-2555 Changer iNon-Smoking aIos sdo e r rty,
AGUR 1998 XK8 Conv't Owner, Mint Condition, $ u 50.813-R3u605
JAhit eR 1/n t8 e Garaged, Only9750Miles! T-BIRD2002, black,
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auto, 59K mi. mint cond.$50601S

like new ara ed $50,000 obo 813-335-3601 both tops all exc. bought
$19,995 w27"458"4401 MERCEDES Benz 2001 S- '05T-Bird' $25000
JAGUAR 2000 S- Type, 55. White every option 813-236-600
Good Cond B.lue w/Tan avail. GPA, CD, phone, TOYOTA 1995 TERCEL-
I Leath 14,995. 40K mi. Pristine cond. 129K miles, good condi-
Leat 306-4 $49,000727-647-217T tion, A/C, automatic
MERCEDES 2001 5430, $1,500 firm cash. Call
JAGUAR 2002 XK8 con- oadednavigationsyst., 813-78549
vertibleredw/tanint, 6disctDver clean TOYOTA 199i, amryDX
all opt'schrome whls Gold/ tan st. 91k ml, Coupe, 59kmi, red,
gar. kept 22 SOOmi, 1' $34,900813-727-2555 5s very good cond.
owner, $41,50, will con- MERCEDES 2002 CL 500, $4 813-251-610
sider trade.813.846.9043 bristol condition, 6985
KIA 200 SPECTRA Silver, miles factory warranty TOYOTA 2000 CAMRY LE,
Sedan, 63 ,000 mi, until 10/17/06. BIk/Blk. new tires and battery,
15 Speed 2 WD 4 Cyl All options including veryclean.
Great nrommuier car navigation garaged, $8,800.
^exc. cond. Alservice^ never smo en in. Al- Call 813-689-4420
[,records $4 000 firm. ways admired.
records. $4,000firm. Private at $62m Toyota 2000 Celica GTS,
(813)781-5972 813-926-0 4,7-6361. fuly loaded, all options,
LEXUS 2001 GS300, auto 8, i.926- 04 2 763 0 1 six s 10eed standard
I98K miles, blac//tan MERCEDPS 2002 CLK32O 95K m ies.$11,900 OBO.
lthr dealer'svcd boo convertible, White/Ash Call 813-615-0109.
recordss $1,9. n,3 i32Kmi D, newcon-
records, $8,950. ooks &kevs" TOYOTA 2000 Corolla VE,
727-45-6508 $38,500obo941-966-468 4 dr 5spd, 49k iJe
LEX U S 2002 5C 430, . . clean excellent, tw ilighi
BLa k, 200 m'3, MERCEDES 2003 E320 blue, $5995.
lacdBlack, 2x40m. Cabriolet convertible 13-966-6683
condit, in.e$,500. 25K ml Pewter, perfect
813-335-5condition33. $43 &beauifulineve wa TOYOTA 2001 Camry LE
813-335-5339 -95. 70 Slver, V6 ,sunr, 66k/mi,
Lexus 2003 ES -3 nn exc cond, 1 owner, ask-
Saphi rebue,02K m REDES Be MERCEDESL ing $13,200. Must see!
loaed, exc. condition 350 7K m, sver/black 813-571-9395
Non-smoker.$28 000. thr, sport/ent pkg snrO TOYOTA 2001 SOLARA
$35Kobo 813-727-4931 SLE 50K mi GOLD Con
LEXUS 2003 GS300, 41K MERCEDES Benz 2005 v etbell(8694 00
S mi. silver/ ray leather 5500. AMG sst (86rt pack-
interior, 2 Vs& head- S5. AMG sport pack-
rests,. $31,500 age. Silver w/charcoal.
rests, $31,500 1 wner, fu loaded, TOYOTA2002AvalonXLS
813-541-1433 pristine onion. Only perfect cond back,
ULINCOLN 1990 TOWN CAR k mi, kless o navi- oadedmnroi spoiler,
103,000 mi, Silver, Se- ation,CD, save $20,000. i'"reml sound+" Only
dan, 4 Speed 2 WD15 5.0 Better than new. Only 17,900.813-910-0699
Cyl. $1,5do (813) $74,000.727-647-2177 Toyota 2003 Camry LE,
716-5787 Mercurr 1994 G-rand Mar- silver, loaded, power,
LINCOLN 1997 CONTI- sullyloaded,Ihr keyless alarm, 1 owner
NENTAL, Silver, GREAT int, 0k miles, pwr pg, "mint ond. 12,906
SHAPE, $2950 OBO keyless. $3,350 oo 813-810-5541
(813) 642-8296 813-597-6945 TOYOTA 2003 Echo 28 900
LINCOLN1997TOWNCAR, MERCURY 1997 SABLE miles,'46mrnBeauil
Signature, loaded good miles, good -Aqua, Runs-great,$8,.
clean, new tires, 126K interior & exterior a/c, 813 269-4665
mi. Runs great $5,600 goodtires. $2500bo.
OBO. 352-362-0949 Call 813-962-0151 Toyota '99 Camy CE-
LINCOLN1997Towncar MITSUBISHI 1997 ,Pewter,Tres ies
4D, Signature Loaded GALANT, 93K mi, AudlnnowaPrem.Ludio
New tires,104k mi. Blacl thr int, new tires c$79a' Pr9m7
Pretty, Runs like new & whis. Good cond. -8-7396.
$5100.813-634-8137 $3900obo.660-238-3310 VOLVO 2001 HT 30k mi,
UNCOLN 1998 Sig Series, MrTUBISHI 1998 SpydeF Ny Blue 27MTG, Con-
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cond 19mpo. $,500. Great on Gas Waranty
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32 THE COURIER # MAY 26,2005


'We didn't want to trust the

marketing of our most

important asset to

assembly line real estate"


Sure, we called a discount company. Who wouldn't?
We like saving money as much as anyone. We assumed the agent that came
over was going to represent us throughout the process. Turns out he was there
to sign us up on a six month agreement and that we would probably never see
him again. If an offer came in it would be negotiated by someone who had
never even seen our house. The "discounted
fee" was all for his company.
If we wanted other companies to sell it,
we would have to pay them too. R.ELLER
So much for saving money. U11 1I 1 1 a~ C


We decided to call Keller Williams. With over
450 Million sold in the Tampa area last year we
knew we could trust them to get the job done.


W ILLIAIn
REA LTY


We did our homework. We interviewed three top companies. We asked the right
questions. We checked with the Better Business Bureau. We trusted the sale of our
most important asset to Keller Williams. You should too.
~ Phil Garner
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