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NEWS


PAGEANT

Every year the winner
of Miss Heart of Plant
City gets to carry her
crown and compete
in the Miss Florida
Pageant.
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MISSION

A local teenager
devotes his own time
to start a vacation
Bible school at Dover's
San Jose Mission.
PAGE 11


BRIGGS


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A Plant City young-
ster blazes up the
go-cart track with
support from his
family.
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INDEX

CALENDAR


CLASSIFIED
PAUE19

CROSSWORD
PAUE 28
FAMILY LIVING


SPORTS i
MPG 16


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
City clerk Virginia Helper, right, swears in commissioner John Dicks as Plant City's new mayor for 2005-06. With Dicks is his wife
Sharon, left, and maternal aunt Jerry Mitchell. The Rev. Ron Churchill of the First Baptist Church of Plant City holds the Bible.




Commission Selects Dicks As Mayor


SERVED SAME POST
FROM 1999-2000
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
City Commissioner John Dicks
is mayor of Plant City again.
Dicks has been on the com-
mission since in 1998 and served
as mayor from 1999 to 2000.
"I want to thank the members
commission for their confidence
in me, and I look forward to rep-


resenting this great city during
the coming year," Dicks said.
While the vote for Dicks was
unanimous, the issue was in
doubt up until the final vote.
Dicks had announced in April
that he was interested in the
position. Mike Sparkman, who
had been mayor during the past
five years, decided not to run for
re-election, and gave up the may-
or's seat at the beginning of the
June 13 meeting.
Commissioner Mary Thomas


Mathis, who has been vice mayor
to Sparkman, announced her
interest in the mayor's post dur-
ing the May 23 commission
meeting. Any of the commission-
ers could ask to be considered,
but until nominated by a peer
they are not a part of the vote.
Mathis chaired the commis-
sion and-called for nominations
from the other commissioners.
Commissioner Rick Lott
opened the nominations by say-
ing that he thought the sitting


commission was a strong one
and that any of the commission-
ers could do well as the mayor.
He then nominated Dicks as his
choice. Newly elected Commis-
sioner Robert Brown, who was
sworn in at the meeting, sec-
onded the nomination.
When Mathis asked for other
nominations there was silence.
Then Mathis spoke.
"I would like to nominate
Commissioner Bill Dodson,"
See MAYOR, Page 12


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CRIME


Victims' Friends Call Murder A'Horrible Waste' U


ONE SUSPECT ARRESTED
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN and TONY MARRERO
Courier Staff Writers
It was an evening spent like many oth-
ers between the two friends.
Now one of them is looking back on it
as the last.
Jackay Lee Kelley Sr., 51, known to
friends and neighbors as a peaceful man
with a penchant for reading the Bible, was
killed June 11 in a case police are calling a
robbery gone bad. .
"Man, it was devastating," said Sam
Pelham Jr., who watched his friend of 27
years scuffle with an unknown assailant


before being shot and killed in Pelham's
front lawn at 303 E. Franklin St.
One suspect, Charles
Edward Thomas, has been
arrested and charged with
first-degree murder in the
case.
Plant City police also are
looking for Wilson Graham,
believed to reside in Dade
Thomas City, in connection with the
shooting. As of The Courier's Tuesday
afternoon deadline, Graham was still at
large, police said.
It's Plant City's third murder in 200.5.
See CRIME, Page 23


Sam Pelham Jr. shows where his friend Jackay Kelley
fell after being shot in Pelham's front yard June 10.
Kelley was taken to South Florida Baptist Hospital
and died just before I a.m., officials said.


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GET ANSWERS

TO YOUR BURNING

QUESTIONS.


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Indigestion And GERD"

Thursday, June 23
6:30PM
Community
Conference Room
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Guest Speaker:
Ziauddin Shamsi, M.D.
Board-certified in Internal Medicine
SBoard-certified in Gastroenterology


If you suffer with chronic heartburn or indigestion, you may have a disorder called
gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD. Find out what you can do to relieve your symptoms
and reduce the damage to your esophagus from the experts, at a FREE seminar sponsored by
the Heartburn Treatment Center at South Florida Baptist Hospital.
Dr. Shamsi will answer your questions about heartburn and explain the latest diagnostic
and'treatment approaches available. This informative program is FREE, but seating is limited.
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CALENDAR


SATURDAY
Benefit tea
The Pregnancy Care
Center will host a tea June
18 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at Evangelical Presby-
terian Church, 1107 Char-
lie Griffin Road.
Call: 759-0886.

Church plans
spaghetti supper
A spaghetti supper with
all the trimmings, includ-
ing dessert, is set for June
from 5 to 8 p.m. at Cork
United Methodist Church,
4815 Sam Allen Road. Pro-
ceeds will help defray the
cost of Plant City Enter-
tainment's summer pro-
duction of Disney's
"Beauty and the Beast."
Cost: $5 for an adult and
$3 per child.

Dance recital
Dancing Tots to Teens
to Adults will perform its
47th end-of-season recital,
"Disney On Parade," June
18 at 2 p.m. at Tomlin
Middle School, 501 N.
Woodrow Wilson St The
showcase dance team will
perform the opening .
number, "If My Friends
Could See Me Now." -
Tickets will be available
for $10 in advance through
Jackie's Dance Theatre
and for $20 at the door.
Call: 752-1621 or 752-
1683. after 4 p.m.

Car show
The Plant Ci ty .anbe, f. '
of Commerce hosts. thfie
Strawberry Clagsic',-'.ar r..
,Show in downtown near
McCall Park on the third
Saturday of every month
from 4 to 9 p.m.
The next show will be
June 18.

Jazz supper and show
The Improvement
League of Plant City will
host a Jazz supper anhd
show June 18 at St. Clem-
See CALENDAR, Page 25


FAMILY CARE
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Mark Filosi
Registered Pharmacist


Controlling Diabetes
If you have diabetes, eating the right food
may help you control the disease. Diet
needs to be balanced with insulin, oral
medications and exercise to help manage
blood glucose levels. Your doctor or a
dietician can create a meal plan. Sticking
to that plan can help control blood glucose
levels, blood pressure, cholesterol and
weight. A recent study also showed that
when people with diabetes consumed
between I and 3 grams of cinnamon daily.
their blood sugar levels, triglycerides,
LDL and total cholesterol decreased
significantly. Cinnamon appears to
increase the efficiency of insulin and the
response of fat cells to the hormone.




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Dog

on display
Plant City Police
officer Curtis
Williams and his dog,
Neo, put on a show
for a crowd at the
department's open
house June 11. Offi-
cials said more than
600 people showed
up to the event, which
featured displays of
law enforcement
vehicles, weapons and
other equipment and
guided tours of the
new $6.4 million
headquarters at One
Police Place, off
Williamette Drive.


WILL COMPETE-

JUNE 26 TO JULY 2


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@medlageneral.com
Every year the winner of
Miss Heart of Plant City gets.to
carry her crown and compete
in the Miss Florida Pageant.
The 2005 representative,
who will travel to Miami for
the precursor to the Miss
America Pageant, is Holly
Stein, 20, a junior at the Uni-
versity of South Florida and a
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Stein will compete in the --
miag6arinT'Tn timeg tb.f-ly 2. ySo GE H. NEWMAN/
Her platform in .the -pageant Holly;Stein, 2005 MissiHa R
brings attention to Iftiic'a and9 d'latt City, answers ques-
its positive influence on chil- tions from residents posing as
dren. judges in preparation for her
Stein recently got together bid for the Miss Florida title
with the local pageant co- later this month.
director, Regan Paul, to help
practice for the off-stage inter- meeting at lawyer David Gal-
view. loway's office on Alexander
"The interview is the high-. Street, last week was Galloway
est percentage score (40 per- and his wife, Lisa, who was a
cent) a contestant will Miss Florida contestant, rep-
receive," Paul said. "Getting' resenting Vero'Beach, in 1971.
Holly ready for that is really Also on hand was Erica Willis,
important." who is an employee at Ameris-
Assisting in that effort, and teel, a youth minister at


Bethany Baptist Church and a
former Miss Kansas contes-
tant.i:2001 and 2002.
Jnni Martin, the 2004
Miss Heartot Plant City win-
ner who cb~o eted in Orlando
last year for'ss Florida, was
also on the 'pael to interview
Siein. She-was joined by Carla
Kerwin, a music teacher, City
Commissioner Bill Dodson,
who is an executive with a
:local manufacturing com-
Spailiy, andqJaclyn Raulerson,
0the 20.05" MOss Teen Heart of
- s, City.. -,,
^1'hese. il-.ges:,-spent two
Hours -with Steinm -working on
her irte v"wing Akills. The
pane asked questions about
Stein's music program, her
view of public education, her
opinion on politics, and other
topics ranging from junk food
and world peace.
"We had a great time," Paul
said. "Most of all we got some
valuable feedback from the
judges. Their comments on
posture, presentation and
voice inflection were most
helpful. But a lot of the judging
is opinion, and subjective.
Holly will do best to just be
herself and leave the acting to


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other contestants. She is
genuine, and called a breath ol
fresh air by the judges at the
Miss Heart of Plant City
Pageant.
"I can't wait for the judges
to see her perform on stage.
She is going to knock them
out," Paul said.
During the talent competi-
tion Stein will play piano and
sing a George Gershwin tune,
"Someone To Watch Over
Me," a song featured in a 1995
film called "Mr. Holland's
Opus."
A musician named Mr. Hol-
land, played by Richard Drey-
fuss, wants to be a famous
composer but takes a teaching
job to pay his bills.
"While working with the
students he learns that teach-
ing others to appreciate music
is its own reward," Stein said.
"This song is so close to my
platform. I'll always appreci-
ate what music can do in all
our lives."
"Winning at Miss Florida
would be great," Stein said. "1
am very pleased to be in the
competition, representing out
town."


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Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary.
Cost: Free


Cholesterol Screenings.
Total Cholesterol/HDL/Glucose
4th Tuesday of every month, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
No appointment necessary.
Cost: $12 (no fasting required)

AARP 55 Drive
Alive Course
This two-day course helps seniors,
ages 55 and up, tune up their
driving skills. Participants may qualify
for an auto insurance discount.

August 3-4, 9am-lpm
Community Conference Room
Registration required.
Cost: $10

Basic Life Support
for Health Care Providers
July 11, 6-8pm (recertification only)
Aug 6, 9am-1pm (new certification only)
Community Conference Room
Registration and pre-payment required.
Cost: $30 (includes book and card)


Get answers to your burning questions with this
informative talk. Dr. Shamsi will answer your questions
about heartburn and explain the latest diagnostic .and
treatment approaches available. This informative
program is FREE, but seating is limited. To reserve your
place call (81 3) 754-4444.

Thursday, lune 23
6:30pm
SFBH Community Conference Room
Registration preferred.


Child Car Seat
Safety Check
Four out of five car seats are
installed incorrectly. Is yours
one of them?

Friday only
Hospital Main Lobby
Community Health Resource Center
Appointments required.
Cost: Free


Volunteers Needed
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Auxiliary needs volunteers for the
information desk, gift shop and
sunshine cart. Call for more
information (813) 757-1230.


This six-week course prepares you
and your partner for all phases of
labor and delivery. It covers
emotional issues, relaxation and
breathing exercises, and feeding
and caring for your new baby.
The sixth class contains information
previously given out during our
Baby Care Classes. Classes are held
once a week on Tuesday. Maximum
eight couples.

June 30-Aug 4, 7-9pm
Administrative Conference Room
Pre-registration required.
Cost: Free

Sibling ... Preparing
for the New Baby
A class for children, ages four and
older who would like to learn how
to help mom and dad with a new
brother and sister. Maximum eight
children (arrangements can be
made for younger children).
Must register to attend.

July 14, 6-7pm
Administrative Conference Room
Cost: Free


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PROJECT MOVING
TOWARD CLOSURE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
City officials are hoping the
third time is the charm for the
Nosleda retention pond.
The pond is part of the
Westside Canal project
designed to reduce flooding in
neighborhoods east of Alex-
ander Street and north of Plant
City High School up to Baker
Street.
The pond, located just north
of the CSX railroad line near
the Paradise Fruit processing
plant, failed for the first time
June 23, 2002, just two weeks
after it went into service. It has
been rebuilt twice since then,
and is being redesigned and
reconstructed again.
Including the failed pond,
the city has spent more than
$2 million building structures
along the Westside Canal that
would reduce the threat of
flooding in the area. While res-
idents have seen improve-
ments in stormwater drainage
there, city engineers are look-
ing for more.
"Camp Dresser and McKee,
the engineering firm that
designed the newest features
in the Westside Canal system,
reached an agreement with
the city last year to help
improve its design," said
Kathy Burke, the city's public
works director.
Burke said that stormwater
control is often a balancing act
between the storage and
removal of accumulating rain-
water from any given area. In
the basin served by the West-
side Canal, Camp Dresser and
McKee has designed a storage
facility, the Grant-Hunter
pond, and a series of culverts
and ditches, weirs and dams
that carry water from
residential areas near Grant
Street, to a natural treatment
facility north of Interstate 4
and west of the historic Shiloh
neighborhood. -
From there the stormwater
eventually feeds into Lake
Thonotosassa.
Just north of Martin Luther
King Jr. Boulevard, the Nos-
leda pond is a vital piece in the
drainage system. The pond
was constructed to gather and
help control the flow of storm-
water gathered in the Grant-
Hunter area, and release it to
the Westside Canal
"The Nosleda pond is a
critical structure," Burke said.
"It has to accept enough
stormwater flow from the
Grant-Hunter pond, and the
other drainage systems south
of MLK, in order to keep those
areas free from severe flood-
ing. Then the pond has to
release enough of the water to
points north without causing
flooding in the areas north of
the pond."
This balance of collecting
and releasing stormwater has
proven to be an engineering
nightmare for -the city and
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COMMENTARY


This Scoot's A Hoot For Puttering Around Town


By JERRY LOFSTROM
To celebrate Earth Day, I
went with a buddy in his big
new GMC Yukon Denali to
help him get his new fuel
efficient scooter, which fit in
the back the way a deck of
cards fits in the glove box.
That was sending a man's
truck to a get a boy's vehicle,
but nevertheless, he was
joining the scooter commu-
nity.
Mind you, I am talking
about gasoline engine
scooters, not those electric
jobs. In the 1960s, they were
Vespas, and the people who
drove them were oddball


poets or beatniks or students
with a flair for the "avant-
garde."
Scooters are fun. They turn
errands into adventures. It's
that simple. Most of them
have enough storage space so
when the boss tells you to go
to the store for a carton of
milk and a loaf of bread, no
problem. Off you go with a
secret route all your own and
pull up to the front door of
the supermarket.
I brought my scooter home
in July of 2002, unannounced.
Back then I tried the lamest of
all possible excuses I was
working under the man's rule


that it is easier to ask forgiv-
eness than seek permission -
by suggesting that I bought it
for her.
"Are you nuts?!" was her
response.
It was like Billy Graham
endorsing Keith Richards;
August Bpsch giving the .
thumbs up to Coors; Marcia
Clark setting up a friend on a
blind date with O.J. Simpson.
Even as those precious to
the boss took a great liking to
the little scooter, she was true
to a kind of ethnic stubborn-
ness and never even sat on it
for the first two years of its
life.


'Ah, relief: now she is a
kindred spirit. Riding together
on that little scooter has
become a courtship escapade
each Sunday morning as we
mosey our way to the local
bagel shop.
This year that little Honda
scooter went to Mr. Unbeliev-
able, and I upgraded to a
slightly larger model that will
travel to the "Honda Hoot" in
Knoxville, Tenn., for a week of
good-fellowship with a group
of people with a common
interest motorcycles.
Along with a community of
friends from Plant City we will
join another community of


riders; the Wingers, Harleys,
Beemers, and every other
conceivable make of motorcy-
cle imaginable. We'll find
cruisers, sport bikes, tourers,
classics, standards, and yes,
scooters.
We salute each other on the
highway because of what we
share: the freedom of the
open road and sky that heals
the soul.
But that state-of-mind
comes with a risk.
According to one insurance
company's statistics, motor-
cycles are 16 times more likely
See COMMENTARY, Page 22


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June 20


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9:00 pm


Free for all children
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(No pre-registration required)


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Plant City

503 N. Palmer St.
752-4104


Send your children on a "Ramblin' Road Trip" this summer in VBS!
More than 400 children join us each year for a week of fun, crafts,
recreation, Bible study, and praise. Over two hundred leaders provide
great care and lots of fun. There is no charge for anything!
For further information call the church office at 752-4104.

This could be the highlight of your child's summer!


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LIVING


BETTY'S PLACE


Special to The Courier
Austin Struth of Plant City tears up the track.


A Family On The Fast Track


And away they go.
Trapnell Elementary pupil
Austin Struth, son of Brenda
and Chuck Struth, knows how
to get the whole family on the
fast track. Austin and his go-
kart placed first in 2003 at the
East Bay Raceway in Tampa
(on Mom and Dad's anniver-
sary, no less), and since then
this 11-year-old has gone on
to first and second place wins
at Sprockets Park in Lakeland
and Speedway Park in
Fruitland.
This competitive go-kart
racer is now in the Junior
Sportsman II class at Dirt
Devil Speedway, currently in
fourth place, but moving up
fast. In May he received his
first first-place in a state series
race at Crossroads Motorplex
in Jasper.
The whole family is right
behind him: Dad, who works


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


on the kart; Uncle Ken, who
owns Fas-Kart in Plant City;
and even Austin's grandpar-
ents Peggy and Richard Hall,
whdf dabbled in drag racing
and stock cars in his day and
works on the kart; and Judy
Struth Bray. Austin's 8-year-old
sister, Taylor, cheers him on.


COMMUNITY ROUNDUP

Blood drives
Florida Blood Services will sponsor the fol-
lowing blood drives:
June 21 from noon to 7 p.m. at Plant City
YMCA, 1507 YMCA Place.
June 22 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at South Flor-
ida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
June 22 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at SunTrust
Bank, 202 W. Reynolds St.
June 22 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Walgreens, 1802
Jim Redman Parkway.
June 27 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Wal-Mart,
2802 Jim Redman Parkway.
Call: 752-6804.
BloodNet USA will sponsor a blood drive on
June 18 from 3:30 to 9 p.m. at the Strawberry
Classic Car Show in Historic Downtown Plant
City.
Call: 687-8925.

Red Cross classes
The Tampa Bay Chapter of the American Red
Cross offers the following courses at The Spring
of Plant City, 701 Tillman Park Place, during
June:
Adult CPR, June 17 from 1 to 5 p.m.
Infant/child CPR, June 21 from 9 a.m. to 2:
30 p.m.
First aid, June 26 from 1 to 5 p.m.
Adult CPR and first aid, June 28 from 9 a.m.
to 2:30 p.m.
Call: 1-877-741-1444, Ext. 850, or visit
www.redcrosstbc.org.

Children's Theatre offers classes
Plant City Children's Theatre classes will be
offered Mondays and Tuesdays beginning June
20 at 507 N. Wheeler St.
Classes include: hip-hop, lyrical, gym and


Austin has one sponsor,
Kevin Johnson of Quality
Septic in Plant City, who also
lends a helping hand with the
kart at the state races. When
Brenda asks her son if he'd
like to try some baseball or
football, the answer is always
the same: "Nope, I just wanna
race."
Don't be surprised if
Austin's fast track leads him
. right to some national titles
soon.

Another achiever
named Austin
Wonder if there's some-
thing special about the name
Austin? The proof is in the
name.
Austin Riopelle, son of
Yvonne and David Stewart,
graduated as salutatorian
See BRIGGS, Page 9


clogging, 4 p.m.; preschool gym, acting, singing
and dance, 6:15 p.m.; Mermaid practice age 6
and older, 7 p.m.; adult clogging._nd line danc-
ing, 8 p.m. *
Call: 752-1621.

'Beauty and the Beast'
Plant City Entertainment Inc. will present
"Beauty and the Beast" July 8-9, July 15-16, July
22-23 at 8 p.m. and July 17 at 2 p.m. in the audi-
torium of Hillsborough Community College's
Plant City campus, 1206 N. Park Road.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for students and
seniors 55 and older, and $7 for PCE members.
Group sales available in advance. Advance tick-
ets available at Hardee's Fashions, 1501 N.
Wheeler St.
Call: 928-1259.

Patriotic art on display
The UPS Store has partnered with Ms. Che-
rie's Art Studio to sponsor "Proud to be an
American, a 4th of July Celebration" art con-
test.
About 30 youngsters ages 5 to 17 ardepartici-
pating. All entries will be on display at The UPS
Store through July 11.
The first-place winner in each category will
have an opportunity to design another patri-
otic box, which will be filled with donated items
and shipped by The UPS Store to military per-
sonnel serving overseas. Each participant is
encouraged to make a donation of personal
items, such as shampoo, toothpaste and candy.
All donated items will be included in the pack-
age sent to the troops.
Commonly requested items include sham-
poo, deodorant and nonperishable snack food.
Call: 754-5533.


William Adkins
and Tara Peacock


ENGAGEMENTS

Merritt-Parker
Joyce Subbert of.Lakeland
announces the engagement of
her daughter, Joy L. Merritt, to
Steven D. Parker Jr., the son of
Steven D. and Beth Parker Sr.
of Bushnell.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of the late Glen E.
Merritt. She is a graduate of
Mulberry High School.
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Plant City High
School.
A June 25 wedding is
planned at 4 p.m. at Willow
Oak Baptist Church in Mul-
berry.


Peacock-Adkins
Wallace and LeAnne Pea-
cock of Dover announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Tara Lee Peacock, to William
Kyle Adkins, the son of Chip
and Pam Adkins of Lakeland.
The bride elect's school is
Hillsborough /- Community
College.
The prospective groom's
school is the University of
South Florida.
An Oct. 1 wedding is
planned at 4 p.m. at Bell
Shoals Baptist Church in
Brandon.


CLUB NOTES


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@-
tampabay.rr.com.

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club in-
vites singles to a dance Fridays
from 8 p.m. to midnight at the
Stardust Dance Center in
Plant City Plaza, 1401 Collins
St. The cost is $5 for members,
$7 for nonmembers.
Call: 647-5754 or 653-2020.

PCHS Class of 2000
- The Plant City High School
Class of 2000 will have its five-
year reunion June 25 from 6 to
9 p.m. at C.J.'s Tavern.
Admission is $10 at the
door. For more information
and to RSVP, contact Emily
Everidge at 754-1579.


Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan Club
meets the first and third
Thursday of every month at 6:
45 a.m. at Kristii's Restaurant,
110 E. Reynolds St.
Call: Pat Pogue, 754-4680.
Home and
Community Education
The Hillsborough Associa-
tion for Home and Commu-
nity Education seeks
members.
HCE partners with the Hills-
borough County Extension
Service to better serve Hills-
borough County residents and
host the adult Neighborhood
Village competition at the
Strawberry Festival, make
"ouch" dolls to give to chil-
dren receiving medical care,
make baby quilts and neo-
natal caps, and provide schol-
arships to 4-H members.
Cubs are active in Temple
Terrace, Ruskin, Plant City
and Riverview.
Call: Lisa Leslie, 744-5519,
Ext. 143.


IN UNIFORM


Toole
Navy Seaman Recruit Joh-
nathon E. Toole recently com-
pleted basic training at Recruit
Training Command, Great
Lakes,l. 1.
Toole is a 2003 graduate of
Durant Senior High SchooL
He is the son of Carolyn E. and
Timothy Toole of Lithia.

Swindle
Army Spc. Shaun A. Swindle
is deploying to Afghanistan to
serve as a member of
Combined Joint Task Force-
76. Swindle is regularly
assigned to the 173rd Airborne
Brigade based at Caserma


Ederle, Vicenza, Italy.
Swindle is a military police
member with three years of
military service. He is a 2000
graduate of Plant City High
School.
He is the son of Rick Swin-
dle of Seffner and Darlene
Swindle of Plant City.

Velez
Army Reserve Pvt. Bryan J.
Velez has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
He is the son of Celia Velez
of Plant City and is a 2003
graduate of Plant City High
School.


Joy Merritt and
Steven Parker Jr.


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BRIGGS
Continued From Page 8
from King High School and is
headed to University of
Florida this summer.
He is in the National and
Spanish honor societies,
played baritone with the
superior-rated King High
Marching Lions, was treasurer
of the student government; a
Key Scholar award recipient;
took the Pride of the Lion
award and represented his
school with SWATT to prevent
tobacco use among teens.
If that isn't enough, this
special young man tutored at
Broward Elementary as part
of the many service projects
he belonged to. Your commu-
nity and family, including
sister Tara, sure are proud of
you, Austin!

Families, reunite!
It's that time of year for
family reunions.
The Rev. Nora Coffman
Lehman-Moore just returned
from a 12-day trip Arkansas to


the Coffman reunion visiting
101 family and friends. She
was the morning speaker at
the reunion and sang songs
with sisters Edna Lee Cassey
and Christine Burcham
(they've sang together for
more than 70 years).
Nora visited and sang in
Hector, Ark., where she was
born. While she enjoyed the
beauty of country places like
Pottsville, Walnut Grove and
Pea Ridge, she said her heart
is where her home is Plant
City.

Optimist Officer of the Year
The Plant City Optimist
Club held their annual
Respect for Law banquet and
presented veteran officer
Danny Smith with the Officer
of the Year Award.
Plant City Police Chief Bill
McDaniel, Lt. Jerry Stwan and
guest speaker Maj. Bill Davis
of the Hillsborough County
Sheriffs Office were on hand
to do the honors. The Opti-
mist Club is a major sup-
porter of youth programs like
Little League baseball and a
co-sponsor of the recreation


Special to The Courier
Plant City Police Chief Bill McDaniel, left, and Plant City
Optimist Club president Pat Stottlemyer, right, present the
club's Officer of the Year award to Officer Danny Smith.


and parks department's youth
flag football, basketball and
soccer programs. They also
support such activities as an
oratorical contest, Steppin'
Stone Farm and scholarships
for high school seniors.

'Back to school' talk already?
Angela Dixon-Joseph is
spreading the word about the
Back to School Expo 2005,
which is slated for July 23 at
Snowden Park.


Sponsored by Blessed
Occasions, the event's goal is
to build a positive relation-
ship between the people in
our community and the
schools. *
"This expo will provide
something for everyone,"
Angela said. "We want to
make a difference in our
children as we prepare them
for a new and successful
school year."
For information on partici-


pating, call 478-0246 or 757-
6459; or e-mail
BlessOccasions@aol.com or
anjii5@yahoo.com.

Moos debut
Happy Blessed Birthday to
McKenzie Ruth Moos,
daughter of Bobby and Jessica
Moos, who made her debut
May 31 at 1:41 p.m.
Grandparents Sue and
Robert Moos and Bill and
Paul Veltheim and little
brother Nolan think McKen-
zie is just perfect.

The British are here
Welcome to Plant City
David Simmonds. David and
his wife, Pat, who is following
shortly, will be operating
England's Antiques down-
town. Stop by and welcome
this thoroughly English
couple to our beautiful town.
I welcome your news. Send
items to gabylee@aol.com or
mail or hand deliver them to
The Courier, c/o Betty Briggs,
101 N. Wheeler St., Plant City,
FL 33566.


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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doner ~ 5hner Rd Douning St.
659.26110
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 E. Laura St,
752-7389
Mount Olive: 1113 W Madison St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd,
737-2628
APOSTOLIC
Asamblea Apostolica:
1501 Colson Rd, 737-3496
po.stolic Church
of lesus Chris:
1212 I. Reynolds, 477-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Lithia, 685-4240
Bethany: 9804 Harney 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:
(harlie 6riffin Rd,
U ol %R 39 5. 5'2-3351
lort .ilafia- cornerr of South Hwy. 39
6 Si/lle Rd. "37-4656
Kelst ille: SR 640, 737-4803
Mount lion-
l-I at lhonolosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant lrtwe-
Turkti (reek Rd, 737-3529
I ictoni Mrship Center:
(ounin line Rd 754-6089
5 i ner. SYdnii Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of i dne.i DoterRd, 659-0532
lurkei Creek:
lnrkem Creek Rd, 754-5372
BAPTIST
.MIma a Turkey Creek Rd,
\ of SR 60, 737-3739
AlaJia Baptist:
222 Alafia Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 S, 737-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 W Renfro St.
54 .22.;9
Benlah Illen '. tounht line Rd.
Within. 1"J-"-122
Bible: (harlie griffin Rd.
'52-28"5
Burchn ood Temple.
Iuclid Dr & SR 5'4, "2-3"82
Call an-rree Iill:
3539 Trapnell Rd E.
(edar Grote: E. Kersrille Rd.
"3"- 1234
Central of litbhia:
Pinecrest & A Kest'ille Rd
(burch on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook. "52-3-40
Community Christian:
1310 A. Shannon Ale, "54-5383
Crossroads: SR39 S. Pinerrest.
*'3"-1211
Dover Easiside: Countryside Baptist
Church. 2820 Gallagher. 5"1-8200
Dover First: ,. Gallagber Rd,
659-0203
LasLside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
'54-2681
East Tbonotosassa: Mclntosh
& Knigbis-Griffin Rd, 986-436
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist (rch of Midway:
Midway Rd, "52-'209
first Baptist Lthia:
Intersection of SR39 C
lithia-Pinereslt Rd, 737.-112
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer. 752-4104


firs I honnlowassa issionan.
Slhntos,l Rd. 986.-4'56
Ilarmoni Baptist (harch.
6008 U Knights Griffin Rd.
986-7165
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy,
752-497.2
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
752-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd,
754-5278
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson 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
Northside:.
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 Cre Rd, 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
Welcome Baptist: 11308 Welcome
Church St. (813) 737-2288
Westside: 2503 W. Granfield Ave,
752-1450
Whilehurst 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
SpringbeadL Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian
McIntoshRdNof SR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community:



To advertise your church in our


5209 Sm/ith Rals Rd
Doter- Donning S1. 659- 2900
Plant (i0: '2103 itilake Rd.
"52-4591
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, "5i 3.843
Restoration As-sembl:
106 S. Evers SI
Evangelists for Jesus labe-nncle
SR 574, E. ofDotver. 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Grou il' (enler.
1310 N. Shannon. 'I9-.2909
Covenant Bible (iurch: ':
1408E. Tomlin St. "54. 11)
Deeper Life Felliousilrp
Covilla Rd, Wo R39 \
Revival Outreani (enter-
225 N. Dover Rd. 6.1-1 2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall.
3202 N. Maryland e. i"52 45 i
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church ofJesus I hrist LD .
1805 N. Park Rd. "52.636'
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blid.
752-4622
Lord of Life ElI.1.
2104 Mud Lake Rd. "52-6061
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial.
2402 Mud Lake Rd. "52-"86.3
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant (l,.
2102 N. Park Rd. 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellouship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. "54-38-3
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. '(64-0929
Greater Love Chbristian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St. '59-82'0
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough .re.
754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911N. Gordon St. 659-262
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center UIS. 92 E
ORTHODOX
Boly Protection I rain ian
Orthodox Churc:


Church Directory, please call Natasha Davis at 865-4439.


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Plant City Teenager Is On A Mission'


DEVELOPED VACATION BIBLE
SCHOOL PROGRAM
By SCOTT E. RUPP
srupp@mediageneral.com
Justin Norris is one 15-year-old
everyone should know, says one of his
friends.
He volunteers at a food pantry, has
a grade point average above 4.0 at
Jesuit High School where he is active
in the drama program, helps out his
church and takes three college courses
in math and science at the University
of South Florida. But with his remain-
ing free time he decided to develop a
Vacation Bible School program for the
migrant children in residence at
Dover's San Jose Mission.
"I observed the kids here and they
don't have much. This was my way to
give them a chance to learn and have
fun at the same time," Norris said.
And though the effort was part of
his school's required annual service
project, the sophomore put in almost
three times the allotted time in
completing the project. For him it was
more than just part of a grade.
The four-day program was meant to
teach the children, who ranged in age
from 3 through 13, about their faith
and their lives and how it all fits
together.
Principally, Norris felt he was able
to pass on a little of himself in the
process.
Norris approached the mission and
discussed his plans having known of
the work it does through the food
pantry. The mission, a ministry of the


SCOTt E. RUPP/Staff photo
Justin Norris developed and put on a vacation Bible school program along with
help from 11 other volunteers, the first of its kind at Dover's San Jose Mission.


Diocese of St. Petersburg, was created
as a home for migrant farm workers.
The complex has 80 apartments and is
the home to about 150 children.
Graciela Silva, the mission's on-site
manager, was wowed by Norris's
plans and instantly began setting
about to help him carry out his goal.
Norris had additional help from the
Kiwanis Club, who gave him $270 for
supplies and a VBS kit, plus Kash n'
Karry and Wal-Mart provided gift
cards for food and arts and craft
materials.
The Bible school was two hours
each night, Tuesday through Friday,
with a Mass on the final evening.
Children learned songs, made arts and
crafts, acted in skits and learned
specific messages about the Bible.


"My favorite part was seeing how
much the children actually enjoyed it
all," he said. "Seeing the kids come
earlier and asking when we were
coming back."
Norris said he plans on putting on
the school until he leaves for college
in three years and then would like to
see it passed down from Jesuit student
to student. He started planning in
April, but hopes to begin earlier next
year in order to get volunteers ready.
This year 11 fellow students helped
him out.
Volunteer Kathy Damico was
impressed by Norris's drive and wants
everyone to know the youngster she
calls a class act. Damico was moved-
by his drive to give an opportunity to
less fortunate children who have


never had the opportunity to experi-
ence a vacation bible school. For her
the whole experience was an honor to
be part of and was touched by the
effect the program had on the chil-
dren.
"He's very compassionate. When he
takes on something, he takes it to the
fullest," Damico said. "He's a very
pleasant boy."
Marc Damico, Kathy's son, said the
experience changed him, and he now
knows what it's like to take the basic
essentials of life for granted. He said
he doesn't think he's as greedy now,
not as spoiled.
Norris feels the same. Working with
everyone at the mission was a joy even
though they have very little, he said.
He hopes the experience will help him
remember not to take what he has -
and he has a good life, he admitted -
for granted, like the food, clothes and
even shoes.
The program was a challenge for
the high schooler, but even by his own
admission, he did want to do some-
thing that would have a lasting effect,
he wanted to change lives without
taking the easy way out.
St. Francis Deacon Jerry Thomas
said Norris's s example of leadership
is an encouraging sign and wondered
at the effect a parish full of Norris's
would have on the world would be.
The young man's dedication is nearly
unmatched, he said, and is positive he
will forever have mature appreciation
of service to others.
"I got to learn about myself, from
the children," he said, "and they were
learning while having fun."


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Above, the Woman's
Club of Plant City
recently presented each
of these four students
with $1,000 scholarships:
Julae Williams, left and
Sara Rupp, both of Plant
City High School; and
Erica Reynolds and
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Photo courtesy Kerrie Gafford
Kerrie Gafford, left, manager of the Plant City Wal-Mart, and
store employee Margaret Hill, right, present Plant City High
School teacher Gina Sanders with its Teacher of the Year award.
Sanders won an honorary Wal-Mart greeter's vest and a $50 gift
card. Wal-Mart also gave the school a $1,000 grant.


MAYOR
Continued From Page 1
Mathis said.
"I appreciate that," said Dodson,
who also was sworn in at the meeting
for another term and who served as
mayor in 2003-04. "I think it's best that
we support a commissioner that has a
nomination, and a second. That is a
majority vote right there. We should
join in supporting that nomination."
When the vote was called they all
went to Dicks, but if there is supposed
to be a honeymoon for the newly
elected mayor it didn't last long.
After naming Lott as his vice mayor,
one of Dicks' first acts as mayor was to
ask for support in passing a motion
that would have city staff prepare a
resolution naming Thonotosassa
Road, from Interstate 4 to U.S. High-
way 92, Michael S. Sparkman
Boulevard. Dicks fnade the point that
the Mango exit off the interstate is also
marked Thonotosassa and many peo-
ple coming from that direction are
confused by the name and exit toward
Seffner and north Brandon.
Commissioner Brown said that
while he "loves" Sparkman, he was not
supportive of road names being
changed. Mathis agreed, asking what
kind of process would be needed to
notify all the residents and business


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Newly elected City Commissioner Robert Brown, surrounded by his family, is
sworn in by City Clerk Virginia Helper. The Rev. Ron Churchill of the First Baptist
Church holds the Bible.


owners regarding a road name change.
Commissioner Dodson added that
Thonotosassa Road was named after
the rich American Indian heritage that
preceded the development of the area
by settlers.
"I have strong reservations about


renaming roads," Dodson said more
than once.
Dicks pointed out that other roads
in the area are named after notable
people, such as a portion of State Road
39 north of the city named Paul Buch-
man Highway after a former city attor-


ney. A portion of South Collins Street
was renamed James L. Redman Park-
way by the Florida Legislature to honor
attorney and former state Rep. James
L. Redman.
Dicks and Lott approved of the
motion, but the motion was defeated.
Another vote sent a request to City
Manager David Sollenberger to find an
appropriate place for the city to honor
Sparkman and his service to the city.
In other business:
2005 Miss Heart of Plant City Holly
Stein was given a proclamation by the
city wishing her well in the upcoming
Miss Florida Pageant, which will be at
the end of this month in Miami.
Continued to Aug. 22 a rezoning
request from residential to commercial
for a one-acre parcel off Mud Lake
Road near Alexander Street.
Made annual committee appoint-
ments, including: Dicks on the Tourist
Development Council; Mathis to con-
tinue to serve on the Ridge League of
Cities and the Suncoast League of Cit-
ies; Lott to continue serving with the
Metropolitan Planning Organization
and Public Transportation Commis-
sion; Brown to the Council of Govern-
ments and act as alternate member to
Lott on the Public Transportation
Commission; Dodson to continue to
serve on the Tampa Bay Regional
Council.


POND


Continued From Page 4
Camp Dresser and McKee.
When the attenuation pond was first
constructed it depended on an earthen
structure to hold the water it received.
After just a few heavy rainfalls the walls
of the pond eroded and washed out.
The failure required a new engineering
and construction effort that seemed to
resolve the pond's structural integrity.
Unfortunately, for the residents south
of the structure, the pond could release
enough flow du g heavy rainfalls to


help prevent severe flooding on prop- the city had it been designed that way Johnson Construction, the same
erties along West Martin Luther King in the first place. We are satisfied with company presently working on the
Jr. Boulevard, and property owned by the changes being made to the pond." Alexander Street improvements bet-
MasterTaste, formerly Crystals Burke said that in spite of the ween Baker Street and 1-4, is doing the
International. improvements, some flooding, about work needed at the Nosleda Pond. The
"CDM has been very cooperative in eight-tenths of a foot, will still occur city is deferring some of the cost on
the effort needed to resolve this prob- along West Martin Luther King Jr. both projects by allowing Johnson to
lem," Burke said. "The city has agreed Boulevard during extremely heavy use city property on Victoria Street as a
to pay for some additional piping rainfalls. Minimum flooding will still staging area.
needed to redesign the Nosleda pond. occur in some residential areas, but The Nosleda improvements will be
But those costs ($60,000 worth) would not nearly as severe as in the past, she completed sometime this summer,
have been part of the original cost to said. weather permitting.
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OFFERINGS

Church offers study synopses
First Baptist Church of Plant City,
503 N. Palmer St., will offer a differ-
ent study synopsis each Sunday
during the summer from 5 to 6:15
p.m.
For June 19, the study synopsis
will be "Recovering from the Losses
of Life" by H. Norman Wright.
The June 26 synopsis will be on
"Breaking Free," by Beth Moore.
Call: 752-4104.

Vacation Bible schools
These churches will offer the fol-
lowing vacation Bible schools:
Plant City's Church On The Rock,
301 E. Alsobrook St., will present
"The Amazing Amazon: A Jungle
Journey to Discover Jesus" June 20-
24 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for ages 4 to
12 years. Call: 754-3740.
Bethany Baptist Church of Plant
City, 3409 Cork Road, will host
"Beach Blast" for kindergarten grad-
uates through fifth-grade level June
20-24 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Call: 752-
9209.
First Baptist Church of Plant City,
503 N. Palmer St., will host "Ramblin
Road Trip" June 20-24 from 6 to 9
p.m. The school is free for all chil-
dren ages 4 through the- fifth grade.
No pre-registration required. Call:
752-4104.
Plant City Community Church of
the Nazarene, 2402 Mud Lake Road,
will offer "J-Force: Discovering the
Ultimate Truth," each Wednesday
through 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.

Summer program at Nazarene
Plant City Community Church of
the Nazarene, 2402 Mud Lake Road,
is now offering its summer children's
program. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. and
youth activities and Bible study at 7.
The program is for children up to
the sixth grade.
Call: 752-7863.


DEATHS

Case
Garnett B. "Justin" Case, 69, of Plant
City died June 6.
He was born in Lansing, Mich. and
moved to this area from Bath, Mich.,
in 1978.
He was a retired bank examiner for
the state of Michigan.
He was a member of the Faith
Temple Assembly of God.
He is survived by his wife, Carol J.; a
son, Thomas of Plant City; a daughter,
Tami Holzman of Brandon; a sister,
Joan Altman of Plant City; and nine
grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Casey
Thomas C. Casey, 88, of Dover died
June 5.
He was born in Dale County, Ala.,
and moved to this area in 1939.
He retired from Seaboard Coastline
Railroad in 1979 and was a longtime
member and past president of Bran-
don Masonic Lodge No. 114, Free &
Accepted Masons.
He is survived by his wife, Mary E.;
two sons, William T. of Rutherfordton,
N.C., and Timothy C. of Wauchula; a
daughter, Patricia J. Haynes of Seffner;
a stepson, Wilford Yates; two step-
daughters, Faye Toole and Gayle Klee,
both of Durant; two sisters, Gladys
Gilbert of Holly Hill and Colleen Hess
of Forest Park; 11 grandchildren; 16
great-grandchildren; seven stepgrand-
children; and eight stepgreat-grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Cornwell
Larry C. Cornwell, 62, of Dover died
June 11.
He was born in Manchester, Ga.,
and moved here 25 years ago.
He was a telecommunications spe-
cialist and a Baptist. He served in the
U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam
War.
He is survived by his wife, Judy;
three daughters, Jennifer Morris of
Plant City and Kim Bennett and Becky
Patillo, both of Georgia; a sister, Lynne


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Glover
Forrest H. "Doc" Glover, 85, of Plant
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He was'born in Midland City, Ala.,
and was a longtime resident of Plant
City.
He was a grove caretaker and owner
of Glover Caretaking & Harvesting.
He was a member and longtime
deacon at Hopewell Baptist Church.
He is survived by a daughter, Bar-
bara Carter of Plant City; three broth-
ers, Dick and Ray, both of Plant City,
and Ed of Vernon; four sisters, Chris-
tine Mercer of Forest Park, Ga., Jane
Coe of Peachtree City, Ga., Lila Woods
and Martha Durrance, both of Plant
City; and a grandson, John Carter of
Plant City.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Hancock
Evelyn Hancock, 88, of Fort Meade,
formerly of Plant City, died June 5.
She was born in Lawty and she and
her late husband, George, lived in
Plant City for several years before
moving to Fort Meade in 1948.
She worked as cafeteria manager for
Riverside Elementary School in Fort
Meade for 20 years and then was
manager of the Fort Meade High
School cafeteria for 15 years.
She was a member of First Baptist
Church of Fort Meade and taught
Sunday school for 65 years.
She is survived by -two sons, Allen
and Tommy, both of Fort Meade; two
sisters, Rubye Fair of Lakeland and
Allene Morgan of Plant City; and three
grandsons.
Moody-Brant Funeral Chapel, Fort
Meade.

Justice
Doss D. Justice, 64, of Tampa died
June 3.
He was born in Grundy, Va., -and
was a longtime resident of Tampa.
He was a construction worker.
He is survived by four sisters, Laura
Leady of Brandon, Lula Colding of
Lithia and Tennie McCullough and


Wanda Townsend, both of Durant;
and many nieces and nephews.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Klein
Dorothy L. Gross Klein, 88, of Plant
City died June 6.
She was born in Pittsburgh, and was
a licensed practical nurse for Polk
State School and Hospital.
She was a member of Abundant Life
Assembly of God Church.
She is survived by two daughters,
Grace D. Parke of Plant City and
Marian A. Dixon of Spring Hill; a son-
in-law, Arthur W. Johnson of White-
water, .Wis.; four grandchildren; and
six great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Piatt
Norman L. Piatt, 79, of Plant City
died June 2.
He was born in Canonsburg, Pa.,
and was a longtime resident of Plant
City.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World
War II and was an X-ray technician.
He is survived by his wife, Violet; a
son, Larry of Lake Wales; a daughter,
Karen Dees of Plant City; and two
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Raulerson
Ella "Mae" Raulerson, 77, of Dover
died June 2.
She was born in Moultrie, Ga., and
was a homemaker.
She attended First Baptist Church of
Dover.
She is survived by four sons, Bill
Yates of Tallahassee, Jerry Yates of Las
Vegas, Paul Yates of Brandon and
Clayton Yates of Plant City; a daughter,
Tanya Pearson of Dover; eight grand-
children; and six great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Smith
Mary B. Smith, 82, of Plant City died
June 5.
She was born in Lexington, N.C.,
and moved here from Orlando in 1932.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by a brother, Earl
Bowman of Pace.
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"This celebration is a capstoneof t e c h n i c a Ipai
education, and graI
my 42 years with the school system Lennard later as then, and grssis- bel
and I'm truly blessed to be afforded tan superinten- thi
such a career and ol. ortur'v d r tan'-superinten- thi
Lenrard -aid. "I'm go-'" toi-is" dentforadmtistraton. Herserved ing
each and evry.. oneb' yo- -for a short tme as deputy superin- sai
question' tendent to W"alter Sickles, his pred- I
Lennard entered the school ecessor as superintendent, ins
system as a first-grader in 1948 and "There were many administra- me
graduated from Brandon High tors who came before us who set at 1
School in 1960. Three years later, the stage for what we're doing
he graduated with the inaugural today," Lennard said. "I want to in,
class of the University of South particularly thank Dr. Sickles for goi
Florida. He has lived in the Palm setting the stage for what we've A
River and Riverview areas all his been able to accomplish and I look am
life. forward to what MaryEllen Elia and "
He began his school district her staff will accomplish next." rep
career in 1963 as a fifth-grade Elia, currently the school distric-
teacher at Ruskin Elementary t's chief facilities officer, will cro
School. He was certified to teach replace Lennard as superinten- A
high school, but J. Crockett Farnell, dent. Under Lennard's watch, the for:
then the superintendent, didn't school district added some 63 A
think it was wise to put a 20-year- schools and 50,000 students, rising far"
old male in front of a classroom full from the nation's 13th largest
of 17- and 18-year-old girls. school district to the ninth largest. bol
A year later, Lennard began his Another 10 schools are in the "TI
social studies teaching career at planning or construction stages, ser


Blessing'
Shields, with her brother; Jeremyj
teacher at Rivervie'i.-ad Bloo-
ngdale high schools, addressed
retirement receptfri guests.
s good as you think he was as a
)erintendent, he was an even
ter father," she said.
Shields is the principal of Mintz
mentary School. Prior to that,
e was the assistant principal at
ninmes Elementary School on
.tson Road in Riverview, not far
m the original homestead
ned by Lennard grandfather.
n thanking everyone, Lennard
d special tribute to his children,
ndchildren and his wife, Anna-
. "I could not have done any of
s, I could not have done anyth-
;, without your help," Lennard
d. "Thank you. I love you."
n closing, Lennard offered some
ight into why he was voted "fun-
est" among his graduating class
Brandon High.
'Are you going to remember me
six months?" he asked. "Are you
ng to remember me in a year?"
Answers of "yes" were heard
wrong the crowd.
'Knock, knock," Lennard
plied.
'Who's there?" answered the
Dwd.
Ah, Lennard quipped, "You
got me already."
At that, Lennard offered his final
well
'Thank you so much from the
ttom of my heart," .he said.
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The following students have been named to
the Principal's Honor Roll for the fourth nine-
week grading period at these schools:

Springhead Elementary
Grade 3 Emily Govreau, Brooke McLaughlin, Kacie
Booth, Trey Langston, Mason Smith and Kaitlin Moua.
Grade 4 Tanah Tyoe, Morgan Moody, Melinda Wil-
liamson, Melina Fuhrer, Courtney Maxwell, Richard Rosselle,
Amanda Watson, Chenowa Wendel, Megan Rivieccio, Briana
Sanchez and Hannah Boles.
Grade 5 Lindsey Braden, Kaylee Wells, Trey Hender-
son, Kristen Lewis, Riley Andreu, Maegan Calkins, Allana
Evans, Hannah Jones, Connor Thomas, Jessy Register, Asia
Brown and Clayton Todd.

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Grade 1: Morgan Lee, Elijah McColister, Sydnee Dorofy,
Emily Toumade, Kylie Sands, Alyssa Suarez, Taylor Watkins,
Gabrielle Williamson, Shyann Edenfield, Alexis Burkley, Sydney
Parrish, Kyle Anderson, David Cox, Jacob Lemons, Alexis Williams,
Stephanie Parrish, Carlee Turner, Andres Armijo, Cameron Davis,
Hunter Miller, Cory Smith, Heri Trevino, Jeremy Woodruff,
Gabrielle Johnson.
Grade 2: Jonathan Cain, Leah Martin, Clayton Adams, Payton
Roberts, Brittani Trimble, Lexus Byrd, Taylor Kelly, Kayla Sperlak,
McKenzie Greene, Allison Cuozzo, Isabel Fernandez, Katie Mitchell,
Clayton Fultz, Rebecca Moore, Jeffrey Murray, Kaylah Nelson, Emily
Rosenbaum, Megan Shulmister, Taylor Tyson, Zachary Vaughan,
Selena Arias, Kelsey Howard, Summer Rizzo, Bree Bumsworth.
Grade 3: Madison Keene, Savannah Browning, Summer Bur-
bage, Haley Grissom, Josh Maraman, TJ. McNamee, Lexi Ham,
Samantha Singletary, Chance Akers, Sydney Nelson.
Grade 4: Emily Bush, Tyler Eberhart, Yejaira Trevino, William
Doehring, Kyle Moore, Kellee Brown, Karyn Mitchell, Sofia Fernan-
dez, Monet Iverson, Patrick Parrish, Susan Weaver, Ashley Murray,
Gianna Edmrunds, Kade Greene, Lucas Garcia, Kaila McKee, Kyle
McGuire, Isabella Bautista, Grace Bush, Bobbie High, Rebecca Lee,
Daneisis Pantoja, Brooke Shaffer, Kelsey Thomas, Kodey O'Brien,
Victoria Henderson, Jerri Kelly, Carla Munoz, Francisco Rosales.
Grade 5: Kenneth Floyd. Stephanie Moore. Colleen Shulmrris-
ter. Courtnie Ulrich. McKaya Rittenberry. Brandi Dilts, Sarah floyd.
Joey Coleman, Nancy Chen, Austin Ham.


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Evacuation,
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Another option is to evacuate to
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If you're flying out, be prepared
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CRIME
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The first two happened together in
January, when Darren and Heather
Kaiser were shot in their Gordon Street
home. A suspect is in custody in that
case.
Pelham, 59, and Kelley were sitting
on Pelham's porch late Friday when
the two got up to go to Pelham's side
yard, just south of the CSX railroad
tracks.
Pelham turned to see a strange man
standing near his small, one-story
bungalow.
"When I asked him what he was
doing and what he wanted I turned
and saw Jack wrestling around with
another stranger," Pelham said. "I
heard the gun go off once, then a
second time."
Kelley slumped over one of Pelham's
cars, then fell in the driveway.
The first suspect then pushed Pel-
ham to the ground and forced him to
hand over his wallet, containing just
more than $50.
The other suspect ran into Pelham's
house and began surveying each room,
clicking on lights and waking Pelham's
wife, Roxie. The man grabbed her in a
chokehold, she said.
"I was screaming for my life," she
said.
When concerned neighbors starting
calling out to the Pelhams and their
son turned his car onto Franklin Street,
both suspects fled westward along the
CSX rail line.
Plant City Police Capt. Darrell Wil-
son said police were notified of the
shooting about 12:10 a.m.
"We saturated the area with patrol
officers," Wilson said. And officer
James Smith and his dog, Uko, were_
called to track the suspects, police
said.
"It took about 30 minutes for Uko to


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track one of the suspects through park-
ing lots, back yards and behind build-
ings," Wilson said. "The tracking ended
on North Palmer Street, near the his-
toric railroad depot. Uko lead Smith to
where one our patrol officers was hold-
ing Thomas in his patrol car for ques-
tioning."
Officer Richard Honcharik had
stopped Thomas as he was walking
along Palmer Street.
Kelley was not robbed during the
homicide. Police found his wallet and
other personal items intact.
"The last thing I heard him say was,
'I can't breathe,'" Pelham said.
Kelley was taken to South Florida
Baptist Hospital, where he died some-
time before 1 a.m., police said.
'Just a good man'
Kelley lived in a rental unit on Madi-
son Street, not far from where he was
shot. He worked as a long-haul trucker
but had recently been doing less driv-
ing and more handyman work, Pelham
said.
A native of South Carolina, Kelley


moved to Plant City as a small boy with
his parents, the late James and Annie,
and graduated from Plant City High
School.
He loved his neighborhood and his
church, Bethel Missionary Baptist,
where he was studying to be a deacon,
friends said. He was quick with a joke
and a helping hand. He had a weak-
ness for good barbecue.
"Everyone around here knows Jack,"
said Leona Sercy, Kelley's friend and
neighbor. "He was always smiling. He
knew his Bible and he would work at
the local convenience store when they
were short of help. Those people over
there are all crying about this. Jack was
a good man. Just a good man."
Tony Washington, the owner of
Washington Funeral Chapel on Madi-
son Street, which is handling Kelley's
arrangements, has known Kelley for
years. Kelley lived next door to the cha-
pel.
"Jack always tried to help the young
people see the importance of doing the
right thing," Washington said. "He did-.
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"ack always tried to help
the young people see the im-
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thing, He didn't like to see
young people wasting their
lives. He was concerned
about the neighborhood
and the entire area. This kill-
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Owner, Washington Funeral Chapel

their lives. He was concerned about
the neighborhood and the entire area.
This killing was a horrible waste."
Pelham said his neighborhood had
been fairly quiet up until last weekend.
He said he isn't scared after the attack.
"But I'll be more cautious," he said.
The Pelhams lost more than a friend,
they said. Kelley once lived behind Pel-
ham and the men's two sons would
often play together. Kelley's son, Jack,
Jr. is married to the Pelhams' daughter
Darlene, and the couple live in Plant
City.
"He-was family," Sam Pelham said.
In addition to Jack Jr., Kelley is sur-
vived by three sisters, Julia Perkins of
Miami, Annie Cox of Plant City and
Sharon Gay of Miami; and a brother,
Frank of South Carolina.
Kelley's family members couldn't be
reached for comment.
A wake will be held for Kelley June 16
at Bethel Baptist Church, 804 W.
Renfro St., from 6 to 8 p.m. A funeral
service will be held at the church June
17 at 11 a.m. Kelley's body will then be
shipped to Darlington, S.C., for burial
in a family plot.







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at the Plant City Community
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SPORTS


V-ball diggers


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Neuztling, center, leads a team in a cheer during her inaugural
summer volleyball camp. A former Raider, Neuztling finished
her first year as coach this past season. More than 30 girls came
out for the two-day camp. With Neuztling are campers Angela
Capezza, Kathlyn Vu, Kellie Johnson, Chelsea Hanks, Hailey Barta
and Allie Goodrich. Above left, camper Chasity Hires shows off
the passing form she learned from Neutzling and Raider varsity
volleyball players, who helped their coach with the camp. Above
right, one of those players, Autumn Player, spurs her team on
from the sideline.


SHARP CUTS



Kelly Gets Called


Up By Cincinnati


It's a good time to be a
major leaguer from Plant City
named Kenny.
Over the weekend, Kenny
Kelly got his long, long-
awaited chance to play in the
bigs again when the Cincin-
nati Reds called him up from
the minors.
And on the same day he
got the call, Kelly went out
and got his first major-
league hit.
Then there's Kenny
Rogers, who has a much
longer MLB tenure than
Kelly, but could at age 40 -
be putting together his best
year yet. Even with a rare
bad start Saturday he gave
up five runs Rogers has a
scant earned-run average of
2.02 and is 8-2 for the Texas
Rangers, a team competing
for a playoff spot due in
large part to Rogers' acelike
performance.
But back to Kelly for a
second. His story is really
something else. Most will
recall Kelly was the son of
the late Floyd Kelly, the
former Plant City High
football coach. Kelly starred
at Tomlin Junior High before
going on to Tampa Catholic.
From there, Kelly set all
sorts of high school football
records, earning him a
scholarship to the University
of Miami. He struggled
though, and after two
seasons decided to stick
with baseball. He was taken
in the second round of the
1997 draft by Tampa Bay.
But the hometown hero
barely got a chance to play
in front of his family, at least
in a big-league uniform.
After spending his first two
seasons at the single-A level,


Kelly played all of 2000 at AA
Orlando, then finally got his
first major-league "stint"
that September.
Kelly appeared in two
games, getting one at-bat.
That offseason, he was
traded to Seattle for no more
than cash (ironic consider-
ing how much focus got
placed on the Devil Rays'
financial situation this
week). Kelly did stay at the
AAA level, one step away
from the minors, but never
got that step and was traded
to the Mets in the middle of
last season. New York also
kept him at the AAA level,
where in 30 games for
Norfolk he hit .261 with four
homers.
Kelly chose to become a
free agent last October and
in a couple of weeks the
Reds took a shot. Right from
the start this season, Kelly's
numbers began to elevate
above what had been his
normal .250 batting average
range. At AA Chattanooga,
Kelly hit an eye-catching
.356, hitting five homers and
stealing 13 bases in about 50
games. Obviously, the Reds
SeeSHARP,Page27


Softball Xplosion
The Plant City Little League Xplosion Major girls dominated during its 2005 softball season,
posting a 22-1 mark and winning the American Division crown and being named 2005 City
Champions. Shown are, in front, from left, Megan Bradshaw, Kellsey Bruner, Maria Garcia,
Ceci Fussell, Taylor Storey and Victoria Watkins. In the middle, from left, are Undsey Farkas,
Leann Farkas, Amanda Polk, Whitney Shields, Calli Jo Parker and Lindsey Braden. In back are
coach Michael Storey, manager Kyle Bruner and coach Kenneth Parker.



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Sports physical
South Florida Baptist
Hospital is hosting a sports
physical night July 7 at the
medical arts center,1301 W.
Timberlane Drive in Plant
City. Physicals are required by
all students who plan to play
sports at Plant City schools
next school year.
The screening schedule is:
5:30 to 6 p.m., Turkey Creek; 6
to 6:30 p.m., Durant and Plant
City high schools; 7 to 7:30
p.m., Pinecrest youth sports
and Dover Patriots; 8 to 8:30
p.m., Plant City Dolphins; and
8:30 to 9 p.m., Plant City
Colts.


Cost is $10 to $12.
Call: 554-8268.

Antioch Redskins registration
The Antioch Redskins youth
football and cheerleading
organization will hold regis-
trartion June 23 from 6 to 8
p.m. and June 25 from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. at 806 Franklin
Road.
Cost is $95; family discounts
available.
The league offers flag foot-
ball for boys and girls ages 4 to
6, contact football for ages 6 to
16 and cheerleading for ages 4
to 16.
Call: 986-4677.


Tomlin football reunion
Coach Bryant is planning a
reunion for the 1992, '93 and
'94 Eastern Division champion
football teams from Tomlin
Junior High SchooL All team
members, coaches, managers,
cheerleaders and fans are
welcome.
Reunion is scheduled for
Aug. 6 at 6 p.m. in the Tomlin
cafeteria.
RSVP: Coach Bryant, 684-
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Youth Soccer Champions


Photos courtesy Sports Photo Inc.


Raiders rock
The Raiders under-10 boys team is a tournament champion in the Plant City
Recreation and Parks Department/Optimist Youth Soccer League. Coached by
Jesus Castro, the Raiders are Ricardo Bias, Robert Burke, Eduardo Carbajal, Trent
Carrick, Omar Castro, Ted Dennis, Ryan Farquhar, Micahael Garrison, Caleb
Hobbs, Jorge Quintana and Alexis Serrano.


Stars shine
The Stars under-15 girls team is a tournament champion in the Plant City
Recreation and Parks Department/Optimist Youth Soccer League. Coached by
Robin Glover, the Stars are Linda Bias, Roxie Bracewell, Selidonia Espinoza,
Jessica Glover, Keila Gomes, Ashley Haines, Brittany Haines, Rachael Massey,
Lauren Morris, Janette Ramirez, Monica Reinsch, Larissa Reza, Megan Schism,
Shauna Seckman and Griselda Guillen.


Wolves triumph Scoundrels score
The Wolves under-10 girls team is a tournament champion in the Plant City The Scoundrels under-15 boys team is a tournament champion in the Plant City
Recreation and Parks Department/Optimist Youth Soccer League. Coached by Recreation and Parks Department/Optimist Youth Soccer League. Coached by
Kori Rose, the Wolves are Linda Baltazar, Bailey Bowden, Savannah Browning, Joseph Castagno, the Scoundrels are Rigoberto Carvajal, Kyle Castagno, Nathan
Emma Carlson, Darcie DeLiguori, Kaitlynne Fincher, Miranda Lane, Ruby Marti- Cruzado, Taylor Garrett, Jared Gomez, Andrew Kelley, Marshall Korattiyil, Robby
nez, Michelle McClendon, Kayla Rose, Breanna Washom, Alexis Weaver and Morgan, Felix Pastenes, Hegel Pastenes, Flavio Salmeron, Marcos Santos, Alejan-
Cassidy Wright. dro Vela, Kael Woods and Austen Wright.



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liked that and called him up
to AAA Louisville, where he
continued to excel. He led
the Bats (that's the name of
the team, clever, huh?) in
average, runs, hits and
stolen bases.
On Sunday, the Reds
decided to demote disgrun-
tled outfielder Austin
Kearns, and Kelly made for
an easy replacement. There's
no telling how long he'll stay
up, but for the first time in
nine years, at least the
chance is there for the
taking.
"I worked my butt off to
get to this point and it's


finally starting to pay off,"
Kelly told MLB.com. "This is
a reward for all the hard
work and all the sweat and
tears I've been though. I've
had a lot of ups and downs,
but I haven't reached my full
capability. Hopefully, this
gives me an opportunity to
do that."
On the day of his Reds
debut, Sammy Sosa and Ken
Griffey both homered. The
series marked the first time
that three 500-homer guys
were on the field at the same
time Rafael Palmeiro was
the third. Not overwhelmed,
Kelly laced a two-RBI hit.


Monday, Kelly got to play
against the defending World
Series champs, pinch-hitting
at Fenway Park. The timing
of the call-up is good
because the Reds are playing
in American League parks
this week, meaning an extra
bat for a designated hitter.
Meanwhile, Rogers
continues to amaze. Before
the five runs allowed at the
Marlins Saturday, he had
given up the following
amount of runs in his
previous seven starts: 1, 1, 3,
0, 0, 0 and 0. That's right,
four games in a row pitching
shutout ball. The streak


started, ironically, after a so-
so outing against the Devil
Rays April 27 and lasted until
May 20.
The scoreless innings
stretch ended at 31. After
that game, just as has been
the case all year, Rogers
declined to talk to Rangers
beat reporters.
That ties into an unusual
part of the season for Rogers,
who was so upset at what he
felt was inaccurate reporting
this spring that he has
boycotting basically every
member of the press.
Reports in the Dallas papers
said that Rogers, in a private


conversation with the
Rangers owner, issued an
ultimatum to be given a new
contract, and if not he would
retire.
SNeither happened. While
it hasn't affected Rogers'
performance on the field, he
is still adamant in not
granting interviews. In fact,
he placed a sign above his
locker suggesting his situa-
tion is "none of your
business." And maybe there
is a colorful word or two of
elaboration in that sentence
somewhere.
For the record, I haven't
tried to interview him yet.


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RESOLUTION NO. 134-2005
A RESOLUTION PROVIDING
NOTICE OF PROPOSED EN-
ACTMENT OF AN ORDI-
NANCE BY THE CITY COM-
MISSION OF THE CITY OF
PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, AS
REQUIRED BY SECTION
166.041, FLORIDA STAT-
UTES AND OTHER APPLI-
CABLE LAW.
WHEREAS, this City Com-.
mission has on this date
read for the first reading
the proposed ordinance
hereinafter referred to;
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
entitled:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY FLOR-
IDA, AMENDING SECTION
70-91, PLANT CITY CODE
PROHIBITING PARKING
ALONG PORTIONS OF AM-
BERJACK BOULEVARD-)
PROVIDING FOR SEVER-
ABILITY, AND PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The proposed enactment
of said ordinance, follow-
ing second reading, shall
be considered by the City
Commission at its meeting
in the Sadye Gibbs Martin
Auditorium of the Nettle
Berry Draughon Municipal
Building, 302 West Reyn-
olds Street (City Hall),
Plant City, Florida, on May
23, 2005, at 7:30 p.m.. or as
soon thereafter as the mat-
ter may be heardat which
time interested parties and
citizens may appear and be
heard with respect to the
proposed ordinance.
Section 2. All persons are
advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made oy the City Com-
mission with respect to any
matter considered at such
meeting, he will need a re-
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813-659-4200 at least 48
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FLorida.
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as notice of the proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, shall be published in
the Courier, issue of JUNE
16,2005.
Adopted by the CityCorm-
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ATTEST:
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1240 Ebenezer Road, Rock
Hill, South Carolina 29732,
within thirty (30) days
following the service
hereof upon you exclusive
of the day of such service.
If you shal fail to answer
the Complaint within thirty
days after service of this
Summons Judgment will
be granted against you by
default for the relief
demanded in the
Complaint
Rock Hill South Carolina.
May 13,2005
/s/James W. Hancock, Jr.
James W. Hancock, Jr.
1240 Ebenezer Road
Rock Hills, South Carolina
P.O. Box 2851
Rock Hill SC 29732
Attorney for the Plaintiffs
9527 6/2,9.16/05
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the contents held for
you at Stor-ette Business
Park.5805 N. 50th St, Tam-
pa, orida 33610, consist-
ing of items generally de-
scribed below, will be sold
in their entirety to the high-
est bidder. This will corn-
mence on Friday, June 24,
2005 at 11:00am on the fol-
lowing people.
A37MARCE.CASTERA
Household
D43 JOHN CHRISTOPHER
Household
J.W.ONELL, INC.
Owner
PC 06/09/05,06/16/05
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:(HOUSE-
BALLAST POINT-OPEN
Sat & Sun 11-1. $609K.
4br, 3,'2ba, 2cg, pool
corner lot on gated cul
de sac. 2902 Bayshore
Vista Dr. 813-839-7418

BAYSHORE lbrl ba 828sf,
Condo Remodeled, Up-
dated kitch, Sec. Balco-
ny, walking closet Break-
fast nook. Great Loc.
$170,000 813-926-5562
Bayshore/Interbay
Area. 3 lot knockdown,
$500K obo. 6116 South
4th Street. FSBO. Call
813-732-8677
ClubHouse of Palma Ceia
Condo across from Pal-
ma Ceia Ctry club,
2540sf, 3br, 2ba,$450K.
Byappt onlyNoRltrs
Debbie 813-229-0874
DAVIS ISLAND, Open Sat.
12-4. 111 Biscayne Ave.
3br2ba, 1200sf + Ig. 2cg,
hdwd fIrs, fncd, many
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813-254-5241 FSBO
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Tampa 8801 Memorial Hwy.
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Tamnpa 6008 W. Unebaugh Ave.
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Tampa 3698 Gandy Blvd
Tampa 34A W Columbus Ave.
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11011 South TampaI
HYDE PARK Area. Luxury
Townnomes unaer con-
struciion, 3br2 'ba 2cg
2269sf, FP, Lots of Up-
grades, I'Ceil, HdWd
Firs, Cabinets, Prem.
Granite S/S& Gas Appll,
Patio. 2701 W. Horatio
$495,000- 813-967-2786
SOUTH TAMPA-Sheridan
Rd. 3br, 2ba, lcg, abv
grand poOl, deck, fncd
Hrd. Hot area, $229,900.
SNo brkrs. Prequal. buy-
ers. (954) 205-7424
[102 Northwest
CARROLLWOOD Owner
will finance small
Down. 4br 2'zba 2cg,
Large Pool on Cul-de-
Sac, L office space,
$420,000 813-931-5210
-,1 Northeast/
10. 1NewTampa

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GREEN OPEN HOUSE
Fri-Sat Noon-6pm
4br/3.5ba, Bonus Room,
All window trmts incl
furniture avail. $484,900
8728 Tantallon Cir.
33647 (813) 994-3743 E-
bay item #4385046957
Pebble Creek 5BR, 3BA,
2CG. 2850sf, screen
enclosed pool. Must Sell/
Health. 18910 Pebble
Run Way. 813-924-6637,
$349,500 OBO. Call Greg
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1 East
04 Hillsborough
VALRICO The Greens, on
Bloomingdale Golf
Course, 4/3/3,2500 sq ft,
pool, Irg Fam. Rm.
w/frpl, Corian counter
tops, maple cabinets.
For sale by owner.
$410,000.813-661-8552
Is your life too cluttered?
0o you need more
space? Then unplug
your old appliances,
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used furniture with an
ad in the Classified mer-
chandise columns!
Ford 2004 Expedition,
Eddie Bauer, plus
$200,000 cash, wil/ex-
change for Real Estate
or Mortgage. Lee
813-986-9141
CLASSIFIEDWORKS
1114 1Waterfront
Alturas, FL,
Lakefront 9.1 acre
lot for sale by owner,
Walker Lake, $230,000
863-438-9100


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114 1 Waterfront 116T East Pasco |
APOLLO BEACH, Sym-

SPEN
phony Isles Lg 2br 2ba r
2cg CBS waterfront r
home, 50'on deep water
w/boat lift, Davits, & w o u
peer, Guard gated neigh. 2g F
Job transTfer forces cn n
regrettable sale. Priced uric
below apprais. $539,900 n r HOUSE
qualified buyers ony
please calffor private Sat &Sun 12-5pm
showing. 305-92e3-9860 DADECITY
No realtors. 37434 Hickory HMillIn
3br 2ba, Ig pool, set on 1
RIVERVIEW -Shadow Run ac of rolling hilfs & beau-
Lakefront, custom 4/2.5 ty. 20 min. to New Tam-
LR, FR, bonus, 3CG, 2FP, pa or Brandon. Ideal for
all upgrades, Irge oaks family livin,. $299.000.
onlacrew/177'onlake. Kee r eWilims, Huns
$499,900.813-677-7759. Parquet 941-650-1888
SOUTH TAMPA great in- ZEPHYRHILLS 21/4 Acres,
vest opp. Waterfront Lg Scrn 16x32 Pool,
Condo w/ boat slip, pool house, 3br 3ba
great5th Flrviews,2j8vt 2cg, FP, detached Gar,
balcs luxury renovation. Fruit trees, new roof.
$270K. 813-299-8547. $280,000 813-215-6606
TAMPA, BUILD ON A TURN TO CLASSIFIED'S
CRYSTAL CLEAR SKI Merchandise Columns
LAKE! 135ft shoreline- Ourpricesare
1.5ac MOL. $450k. Bro- on target foryou!
kers Protected. P11 PasB I Wn l $3
251-6090 bet,.n.. 1116U |Westac
.WATERFRONT BALLANTRAE New 4/21/2
Million dollar view with bonus on conserv/
waterfront stilt home, ond over 2500s.
decks, boat li ft, minutes 349 00. Pattee Rampt,
from Homosassa River& the Mall House
Gulf of Mexico $495,000. 8 S13- 610-0722
352-621-0119 ,
Webster Luxury getaway 111 V I Pinellas
home, 3br,2ha 1550st,.. .
secluded wooded ar, St Pete Block home
275' on water, dbl wide $120k, r Iba, Igyard,
very pretty & decorated, nce neighborhoods. Va-
"27-i30-18i59 cant, move-in ready.
,r Erica DeBernardo, Re-
116K I Hemando Maxx RIty. 813-966-0150








Wanted $270K81Want 8547.
SPRING HILL, Sterling Hill WantAds
Subdiv. Brand new and 11211 Condominiuml
available now! 4 br, 2ba,
2CG, 1991 sf. Tons of ........./....l,,,*
xtras. Ceramic tile, HYDE PARK WALK'
lanai, vaulted ceil, Condo, 2bdrm, 2bath
spacious feel. $249,900. prime location behind
813-854-1132 ottery Barn. $315,000
I Central Calf813-221-3552
116S Pasco HYDE PARK WALK-lbd,
lba, -fireplace, court-
DADE BR 3 BA/if Iyard view 4th floor w/
DADECuty5BR/32 BA4CG
.. .. j 4 1 1 v a u lt c e il s p o o l, f it n e s s
plus 3 car carport, 420zuu c''^HtI
s"' I ft ...car t'aati & biz ctr. Available 8/8
pq ,n I, a e,1, a $229K. Call 727-463-3763
pooltotlly remodeled,
new roof. $399,000. INDIAN SHORES Bay
813-416-7167. Mariner condo, inter-
... ... I coastal view, 2br, 2ba,
11/6T I East Pasco I 2nd fir, furnished, pool
elevator, dock $350K
DADE CITY 727531-4153
12211 Leanne Dr ... .
Duplex, 2br lba ea. side' SOUTH TAMPA great in-
extra income. $299 900 vest opp. Waterfront
Keller Williams, Chris Condo wl boat slip
Parnuet941-65-1M8 great 5th Fir views, 2pvi
Prealcs luxury renovation.
Want Ads $270K. 813-299-8547.


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30 + THE COURIER JUNE 16, 2005
S EaIt II(I East
04Hillsborough I1 Hisborough
APOLLO BEACH, Summer UTHIA FSBO, Great
Springs Subdiv. Must Location! Beautiful
see! Brand new 4 br, 2 3BR2BA Ranch on 5Acres
ba, 3CG, Too many With Pool, Barn, Fence,
amenities to list. 2100- Ready for Horses!!
sf. $280K. 941-724-2002 $379,000.813-716-1886
Bishop Rd.5511,Area301 RIVERVIEW 3/2/2, 6005
& 674, Awesome 3/2, Christy Lane off
CHA CB many wesomextras Bloomingdale. $195K
1 acre $235K. Estate ob. Vista owners.comr
Brokers USA, Inc. isteng dow3022. Open
813-986-9141 House at 12-4pm.
813-629-5417
2bcagscr nd heatedood TRIVERVIEW-3bd, 2ba,
spat fncd yd 230 0 new roof 1200s 2cgar,
plit planF, Corian tile. $154.K.Call
it 1999. n$325,000. 813-571-1500 Iv msg
813-661-2710/3Y6-8282 oRiverview area, New
DURANT EAST FSB home 3r, 2ba, 2cg
i1376sf. Avail istwkJupy.
3br/lba, Ig in ground Tie- a abwno
screened pool new ar- treatess es
1.10 acre with 11 fruit ""
trees fenced, $162,000. VALRICO-4bd, 3ba, pool,
813-754-9444 by ap- spa, lots of tile, 2400sf,
pointmentonly huge master, 11' ceils,
palm trees, sprinklers,
FISHHAWK RANCH 4br immaculate. $279,900.
4ba 3 car garage, 3 444 Call 813-417-9221
sq ft, bonus room with
bath, pool/spa, many With QUICK ACTION
upgrades $549k. rates, selling is a snap!
8 3-661-5855. Call today for rates!


11431 Out Of State | 1 Real Estate Accom. To
,...oo Acto. ,l "|' Share I
GEORGIA-20ac, house, Action Share
argeheated&arcondi- Futronix, Inc. has been SEFFNER ATTRACTIVE!
tioned metal bldg, small authorized to sell at Newer Home to share
fish pond, large pantries auction, 30 acres of uh- w/beautiful view.
u 4In 1hed ho se
+ nMsn"edl house, improved industrial real F395/mo $500 security
$560K.BobHoltRIty, Re- property and 5 acres of ep $895 to move in.
alter, (850) 386-4134 improved industrial real Waiting for You Now!
property, all located (813)657-1748
CLASSIFIED CAN! within the last industrial ,
Searching foralaceto park available in west Apartments
putyourtalents work? Citrus County, Florida. 205 Unfurnished
Classified can get thejob The vacant 30 acres can
done! And if you're ir. be subdivided, but will 301/CROSSTOWN-Court-
ing we can introduce be sold as a whole only, neyPalmsFabulous new
you to applicants of ev- and currently has a condos-2 avail now!
ery kind. Turn to our ending bid O f 2bd,2ba,1150sf end unit
pages &you'll find that $1,050,000.00 for all 30 $1,150/mo. Also a Ibd,
Classified has a position acres. The improved 5 fba w/study, 950sf end
open in every profession acres has 5 separate oc- unit $950/mo. New con-
cupied buildings and .dos w/ated access on-
KENTUCKY 5-500 acre wiflbesoldwithorwith- ly8mntoDT.Pool, ym
farms. Beautiful, mature out existing tenant. In- indoor basket and rally
trees, pasture ponds terested bidders must courts, business center.
lakes rivers, abundant comply with the Bank- Lastm. ra EE w/12mo.
wildlife, trophy deer & ruptcy Court's Terms lease. Call 813-244-0749
turkey. Some w/water, and Conditions in order
electric, septic tank. to qualify to bid, and Hyde Park Area 2br Iba,
Surveyed, great private should contact Tom W/D, water incl CHA,
get-a-way. 5 acres. Smith for more informa- pool view, 2nd fir, end
$500/down$215/mo. 10 tion at phone # unit.NoPets.3102Hora-
acres w/lake $1000 352-795-0101, or fax # tio #21. $1000/mo
down. $535/mo. 352563-5927. dep. 813-625-7088
270-791-2538 actionout-
fifter.o538actionout 150-170 Plant City-2 & 3BR MH's &
1BR apt, RV lots. 9am-
Sail Away With Savings Manufactured 5pm M-F 813-754-6932
see Class 585 for a great e STHTM SthBa
selection of sailboats! Homes SOUTH TAMPA South Bay
Apts, 3/1, W/D Hkup
LAKE VIEW BARGAIN DW, 1 mi N. of MacDil1
$29,900. Free boat slip! Mobile Home AFB, 5 schls on bus line.
Hioh elevation, beauti- 150 ? New Owner.New Mgmt.
fully wooded parcel! Sales *.813-835-6508*
Across from national
forest ono 35000 acre 14 & 16Wides New05's TOWNSGATE
recreation lake in TN. Low as $24,900
Paved roads, u/g utils, Del- Set up AC- Skirt APARTMENTS.
central water, sewer, More Sq. Feet for the $$
more. Excellent financ- Banks (863) 688-4635 1&2BR'S
ing Call now Lakeland Nearl-4&98 754-2200 Plant City
1-800-704-3154 ext. 609 40x26' ,986 Redman USF-Call for specials, 1 &
Sunset Bay, LL6 Lar4xe, 2br 2ba Remod 2bd, small quiet roper-
Want Ads elegy inside, New Carpet, ty, ceramic tile, aundry
Flooring & Roof. Needs avaiablerentsfrrom
Montana River Frontage, some work. Must Move! $420-$650/month. Call
Log Home, Guest House, $10,000 obo 813-737-6039 813-910-8156
Horse Barn, + /- 4941
acres.Wistt Associates WOW!1st $7500 will take ,0 Houses
Realty, Box 1273, Boze- this 3br,2ba home, new U Unfurnished
man T, Russell Peder- floor, over roof, carport,
son, Agent. (406)485- exc cond. Se Habla Es- Alafaya Riverfront
2399www.MontanaLan- panol. 813-767-6715 or 3br,2ba, new docks/lift,
dAuctions.com 813-249-1119 granite kitchen, com-
,, .bil pletely redone, 1 acre.
Want Adsoble gazebo. $1750/mo
antAds 155 Homes In 727-742-5527
MOUNTAIN LOT in Haber- Parks Bloomingdale Beautiful
sham Co. Agatedpv 3/2/2, $1 200/mo.
fcomm, in lue Rinow LKLD 2br/2ba MH in 55+ $1,.000/dep. Riverview
Mns. Must sell now! pk, furnished incl W/D, Lakefront 3/2/2,
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shorelest. $1450/mo $1 450/mo discount for 302 Management- F-813-986-4560
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large yard, perfectly 3201 Health Care dividuals that ave all
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yard, beautiful house Somewith utilities. CNA'S Call 813-622-7772 P
$1150/ mo. (81o3)o626-0820 EvewlW nepndle Electricians & helpers for
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212 1 Condominium^l I TravelTrailer I 13251 Dental a termite specialist
220 Lt Fo Rentu I HYG I $500-$600 per week +
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ing Best Location Lake 2br 2ba waterfront on CDA in nenFrTa n.O.O
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City, 813-764-0242
tired of the same "old"
thing? Sell your antiques
with an ad in class 402.
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high-voltage powerline
construction work
throughout Florida.
Experience required. Call
601-842-6621 & leave
message. EOE
Project Managers/
Estimators- Est Commer-
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FL --seeks exp'd Project
Mars/Estimators. SW
FLs premier glass &
lazing. co. needs guali-
y individuals to join our-
team. Plan takeoff,
comm'l estimating, pro-
ject mgmt & sales exp
req'd. Computer lit in
Word & Excel. Excellent
benefits & salary DOE.
Fax 239-597-1762 or
email to tdogle@
amalgamate glass.com
362 1 Landscaping
*Landscape Foreman,
* Laborers, Foreman,
* Maintenance Nursery
staff, Irrigation
Supervisor & Irrigation
techs for growingland-
scape/Design/Build Co.
in E. Pasco Co, (Dade
City). Call 352-588-2235
or fax resumes to 352-
588-2154 or email office
@ cornerstonetreefarm.
net Pay based on exp.
Exp & Bi-lingual a plus.
LANDSCAPE MAINT.
Crew Leader in Plant
City area. Must be
self-starting exp. &
dependable. Must have
clean D.L Top pay &
some benes 813-659-0370


Tampa -14936 N. Flonda Ave.
Tampa 2115 Hillsborough Ave., Unit B
Tampa 9309 N. 56th St.
Tampa 16033 Tampa Palms Blvd., Suite 33
Valrico 2016 E. S.R. 60
Valrinco 3307 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.
Seffner 806 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Wesley Chapel 5450 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Zephyrfils -72A2 Gai Blvd.


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$2000. Sign-On Bonus
thru June.
Drivers w/1 yr. T/T exp.
Davis Express, Starke, Fl
98%FL, GA, TN, SC, &AIk
*Start up to.36 cpm
100% lumper reim
bursement
SSafety Bonus
Guaranteed sometime
Free Dental and Life Ins
Health & disability ins.
Avail
401 K available
SNew pay scale being im-
plemented July 1.
Call 1-800-874-4270 #6
www.davis-express.com
BREWINGTON'S Towing
& Recovery isnow hiring
full-time drivers to start
minmmed. Apply at office:
302 E. Calhoun St., Plant
City or call (813)
764-6300
DRIVE, CDL Class B, Haz-
mat & Air Brakes, Local
Deliveries. Good pay &
Benefits. Apply in per-
son 4094 Paul Buchamn
Hwy or Call
813-752-6351
Driver
$1000
New Hire Bonus for
Exp. Drivers!
LOCALDRIVERS
PAY INCREASE!
HOME EVERYDAY!
Good Benefits!
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New pay scale. 2 yrs OTR
& Hazmat. 877-893-9645
DRIVERS LCT WANTS
YOU! Performance Bonus
paid quarterly. OTR
drivers, solos or teams.
3 months experience &
CDL-A/HAZ required. Full
benefits package. 2000-
2005 Equipment. Call
1-800-362-0159, 24 hrs.
LCTransportation.com
DRIVERS, Local pneumat-
ic Compete pay. Must
have 2 yrs CDL exp. &
good MVR. Benefits mc.
filth, & life insur. 401k,
vac pay & safety bonus.
Interviewing immed.
Call 800-9366770 ext 111
Owner Operators:
TAKE THE FIRST STEP
TOWARD A BETTER
FUTURE!!
**Lease Purchase Plan
Available**
*Great pay
*Guaranteed home time
*No Lease-On Costs
SSpouse Rider Program
SPaid Orientation
2yrs OTR exp req.
Miller Transporters, Inc.
Call Brian Hall
at our Plant City, FL 10o
1-866-581-8976
www.millert.com
Class 584 is yourticket to
Boating Adventure!
Pneumatic Tank Drivers
needed (x2). 1 Food
Grade Flour, 1 Concrete.
Paid by percentage.
Benefits/good MVR
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immediately. Call Harold,
813-355-6777
S/E & 3-State Run: T/T
Drivers. HOME WEEK-
ENDS. Mileage Pay, Ben-
efits, 401K. Trainees
Welcome/Miami area -
exp req. 23 min
age/Class-A CDL
Cypress Truck Lines
(800)545-1351
SWEEPER DRIVERS,
D lic. 9pm-7am, Plazas,
Mall, Comm'l Properties
$360/wk. 813-243-3023
TRUCK DRIVERS
CDL A, Roll Off/Dump
Truck/Lowboy. Local
Driving 25 yrs of age,
good rvg record.
FWP 813-752-7097
CLASSIFIED WORKS
1380o 1 General

Route deliveries for
pharmacy in Lakeland.
813-621-9385
ATCO RUBBER PROD-
UCTS. INC. is hiri-mg for
al 3 shifts. Apply iect
at 247 WIllaMette Dr.
Plant City, Fl
813-754-6678
AVON REPS NEEDED.
Start now, free gift.
FT/PT. Call Glenda,
813-661-7793
BARTENDER, Package
I CashierApoiy in person.
Strawberry Patch
Lounge,1703E BakerSt;
Piant Citj FL
CLEANERS Fu;! Time.
Presidential & comnm.


13801 General
Couple needed to work on
a large farm of citus
trees & cattle. Exp ii
maintenance of tractor:
& farm equipment is de
sirable. The location is
southeast Hillsborougl
County. Reference anre
required. If interested
call 813-752-1959 anm
leave message
DryClean Pressers
Experienced Only
Match your Pay plus co
pay medical benefits
premium. Apply in Person
Quality Plus Cleaners
9945 Racetrack Rd
Tampa 727-439-9900
DryClean Pressers
Experienced Only
Match your P plus co
pay medical benefits
premium. Apply in Person
Quality Plus Cleaners
9945 Racetrack Rd
Tampa 727-439-9900
FIREWORKS!!
M or F stand operators
wanted. No exp necess
Exc pay. Apply-at 882(
US Hwy 301
813-677-1874
HANDYMAN/General
Maintenance & outside
duties for MH Park. P/T
813-752-9212
JANITORIAL HELP, P/T
eves, BRANDON area
Top$$. Flex hrs. Reliable
transp req'd 727-643-6116
LAUNDRY mat attend F/t
Flex hrs need trans $7.50
813-376-3054/754-3258
LIFEGUARDS
needed. Must have cur-
rent lifeguard cert, CPR
Pro, First Aid, AED and
02 certs. Trainings are
available through the
YMCA. Must be 18 years
or older. Apply directly
to Plant City Family
YMCA
1507 YMCA Place, P.C.
EOE DFWP
LIVE-IN housekeeper
cam panion & driver
wanted for elderly lady
in southeast Hilasbor-
ough County. Referenc-
es& Background check
is required. If you are in-
terested call
813-752-1959 and leave
message
Maintenance
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, progressive,
community-oriented
BayCare facility is
offering outstanding
opportunities tojoin our
team! We are currently
seeking experienced
professionals to work
evenings/nights in the
following positions:
Environmental Service
Technician III
*Floor CareTechnician
We offer competitive pay,
excellent benefits and a
team oriented work
environment
Please apply inperson at:
SOUTHFLRIDA
BAPTISTHOSPITAL,
Team Resources,
301N.AlexanderSt,
PlantCity FL33566;
oronmineat
www.BayCareJobs.com


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P L A N T C I T Y
AMemberofthe
BayCare Family
EOE
Packers $8
Extrusion $9-12.00
Warehouse Labor $10
Rita Staffing
813-754-5997
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in person to 212 E. Bran- '" 1 Coins -Books
S don Blvd or call I
813-689-2801 or COINS WANTED
813-754-9500. Corbins's Stamp & Coin.
SUBCONTRACTORS No Estimates/Appraisals.
Exp nec. Will train for 9a-4p. M-S.813-651-3266
new home constr. clean- 209N. Kings Ave. Brnd
ing. Plenty of work.863- WE BUY COINS!
551-3229 863-206-6315 Buying, selling, trading!
Work At I Over 3yrs exp. Buying
383 Silver Gold coins. Wi
Home pay top $$.813-792-249:
or 727-455-6196
Assemble crafts for some
of the largest home 410 1 Furniture
craft assembly firms in
S America.Freemfo Antique dining set and
packet. Call for details, store displays
1-801-428-465724 hours 813-752-2662
391-399 BED$100
s Education A Absolute All Brand
tio Name, On/Full ortho-
0 pedic Mattress Set. New
3 Private i'n plastic w/ warranty'
3921private Can deliver. 813-643-138
isruction BED $185 KING
Looking for a Retired OrthopedicPillowTop
teacher for GED, Plant Mattress Set. New in
City Area. 813-451-9930 plastic w/warranty.
S 396 Schools I Can Deliver813-643-1388
396. MEMORY FOAM
EARN Degree online from 10" Mattress Set $495.
home. *Business, *Para- Developed by NASA, As
S legal, *Computers. Job seenonTV,20yrnon-
S Placement Assistance. prorated warranty. New
Computer & Financial in Plastic. Can deliver.
aid if qualify. (866)858- 813-477-9019 or 363-0097
2121 www.tidewaterte-
chonline.com BED $100
1 400-499 A absolute all amazing
R bargain KG p/t matt
Merchandise SET. New in plastic
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ARCADE LIQUIDATION. 10 w/warr. Can del
video games, Hydro 813-833-1145
? Thunder PacMan etc.
Spiced $300-3,000. Call BED $185
813-23 69 A brand name, inner
DIRECTV 4 ROOM SYS spring, full/queen,
TEM FREE i iS- orthopedicpflowtop
TatEEinncluding in-matt. set. New in plastic
stallation & delivery, mwtt.Cet iver.
Programming as w as Can deliver.
$29.9 per month.Disa- 813-47 -9019 or363-0097
ble your cable today!
Call for details. & BED$285KING
1-800-230-2564 or A brand name orthopedic
www.satellite-connec- inner sprg pillow top matl
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w/wrty. Can deliver
CLASSIFIED 813-477-9019/363-0097
WORKS it BEDSET$298
Furniture, televisions, 21"thickpillowtop
computer table, art, Mattress Set. 20 yr. war-
work, collectables. Pric- rant 100% brand' new in
es negotiable. Moving plastic. Can deliver.
out Of country; every- 813-477-9019/363-0097'
thing mus go!
813-& 5402 BEDROOM 1-10pc
MS PAC MAN Machine. King/Queen
Freestanding. Needs mi- d M ganymedfin-
DESK 6 Ionr $75 obo. ish. All drawers Ameri-
82-249-168-o846-8867 can dovetail, never used
still in box. Armoireinci.
SWIMMING POOL- Above Can deliver cost $9,000
ground, 12x24 Omni, sell $3,900.
oval pckg. Everything www.solidwood
incl. Less than lyr $600. bedrooms.com
813-671-1165/323-2284. 813-293-7621
Syrup kettle 60 gallon
$300 UTILITY TRAILER,
4'x8'heavy construction BEDROOM 1-6 PC
removab e sides $900 All oak, complete set, all
727-723-9047 drawers American
TANNING BEDSf3), 35 Dovetail, never used,
TANNINGtra DS u 3), 35 still boxed. Cost $4K,
bulbUltraSunalmetal, Sacrifice $1495. Can
ullout ballast tray, deliver813-926-8507
$2800ea. 54 bulb Sun
Capsule booth, 10K W, BEDROOM Set Antique,
$6,000.813-244-2002 Dresser, chest & Full sz
Hd/ft board. True Grand
A Miscn, Rapids-early 1900's.
400A IWanted $450813-232-3344
Bedroom set for child-
WANTED! bed, NS, chest desk &
hutch. used 6 io. $695.
DTV/Dish Network 813-477-7449.
Will pay cash& pickup.
727-430-0906 BEDROOM SETS: King
Cherry Set, Twin/Queen
WE BUY Set, TwinTrundle d &
SAFES Chest. Moving Must Sell.
Opened or locked Great $$. 813-376-8587
Hillsborough Lock & Key
813-935-5920 REFURNISHING?
REMODELING?
Spot Advertising Works LANDSCAPING
$. PAID for all types of Help can be found in Spe-
jewelry & silver/gold cialty Shops & Services
merchandise. Watches. directory everyday in
Anything of value! Call Classified!
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Antique Cou'rtry Kitchen
Collection incl: Old l
3001bs chopling table ,
block, haltree w/seat I P r
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Bacl Bar, art deco coca
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mint condo. $3500. Coca 1 W
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DAY BED $275* Queenset 275 8307Armenia 33-8288. NEW-USED-VINTAGE onics Commercial S.PhaSSORInersoll-Rand orange,5 black. Dog.$6003b2-628-2988
Complete with 2 twin Fullset-$240 **APPLIANCES** REPAIRS LESSONS D4 Eouipment & Custom ,32- i nt 8059al.$35052813) l e BOXER PUPPIES 6 Male
mats & pop-up trundle. 813-293-7621 USED WITWARRANTY traieralleui&tr 432r Equipme 805- 124;813-839 58 Health FawnPupies,9weeks
New, never use, can From$99* LEGENDS813-348-0688 incl)SACRIFICE.Callfor Pressure Washer S Machinery & I456 Products I VetcheckedandACre-
deliver.813-926-8507 MEMORY FAM AUTHORIZED MAYTAG HAMMOND M-3 ORGAN details. Lv ms your own business. 500 449 Machinery & Ich 9kedand4 are
Dining Rom woodtabl MEMORYFOAM 4000 W. Kennedy BabyB-3w/Leslie.Split Day/night813-681-1446 gal tank, extra hoses, Heavy Equip' Did you suffer a Heart 941-342-9664
ea 6-7 eole $ mattress $399. any sz 281-0777 Vibrato and Percussion. RadarLa Sc mber w/trailer. $2500/$1800. I
obo. Yamaalavinova 727-447-0957 PARTSTODAY GoodShape! $950 RockyMountain, 813-854-5611 FORKLIFTMANITOU2004 Heart Surgerywhile BOXER PUPS, adorable
electric patio, us 813-612-5911 11900 N. Nebraska Call 813-404-0181 large,8$27,350.35forklifts tak, StOke, Clotior
many features, 400 972-4242 Lowre, Holiday$ Vending Machines 19 start at $9,950. Call taking VIOXX AKC M/F, raditional,
obo. finishEnter- POOLTABLE$1250 DRYER-Maytag, gas GN, L 525 obo Cal 813-634-4848 $ Changers. or Your cl ay be Ready now. $700.
tainment Ctr, will hold 4'x8' Pro Series, solid Dryer, 2 yrs new gWhite.813-935-4116 k$cal4e9450orwill-Snak/od Co mbos, iht-Tampa0 Fori our lla-mfmayrbee .e.700
32" TV + components, wood, 1" slate, leather Atlantis model. New 813-495-5101 Medical $4950 or will sepa- worth$250,000+. 813-251-8327/805-7650
$lo50. | r Plea s3 cl5 41m6r4281 cal kr 5p9412 w4or6 BULLMASTIFFSAKCREG.
$50. Please call Tim on pockets, K-66 rails Ball condition. $450. 813-932-5932 42 Equip. n 941-350-6449 since 1974TPartsSvc 1-877-833-0926 BULLMASTIFFS AKC REG.
Tesa at 813-907-3813 or and Claw feet, Worth 5K. Call 813-391-9255 I staurant i e Rntals NewaUsed (24hours) Three beautiful and lov-
410-652-2023 ifetimAN. GrPandcWhtw/benb i, 434e3221N. 0HEALTHCARE for nose from. All AKC
Candeliver&set-u Mom & Pops Aplnc- PIANO, Kawa ba Amp DJEquip.Spears Hotel Equip Saes&acki.3221N. HEALTHCARE for Bulimastiffs to
........... 813-477-9019.r363 0 es$75& W/, Stove ood cond. Sulphur est Mael in 40thSt.813-3-5251 $59.93/month!!! NEW reg.,CHbloodlines UTD
DININGSET 813-477-9019or33-97 efr.10 t s area. Must Best Rental eleo BAKER'S PRIDE Pizza Ov- GENERATOR Industrial LOW PRICE! For entire on shots/vaccs, mi-
WrhouseFullMust Sell! in cBedrm Se .Rm, 813-632-9620; 335788 $00obo.813-931-7409 do it yourself DJ pk. 10wkicM B e ra enta, Vision, Hospital- children an other ani-
WrtotaenFulMustSell Ln & Ber m Sets. 813-632-1-217035-5788 ens,HOBART.60qtMix- Baldor10.KW,porta- Family! Prescriptions, crochippedM Raised with
Rattan Patio furniture, accesso- PIANO RENTALS Beamworks Inc. Rental s e,0x7 walk in cooler ble, w/extras. $4,630 Dentation, Hospitalre children a ndls.Tw othrld males-
choose, 813-8761566 t ies& gifts. Call Forever REFRIGERATOR 8 months WITH OPTIONTOUY &Sales. 813)850709 727-581-9293 813-837-0674 conditions OK! Call both DNA certified with
www.qualitywicker.com Wicker 813-948-4802 new.sd by sd black, $25/mo Lowst rates in FL! beamworksinc.com P.S. Family Healthcare! AKC & one nice6 month
Sof&oere1 t Frigiaire $ds50fit tp BECKER PIANO CommerciaIGradeTaylor LATHE- 26x120 4" S in- (800)531-2630s c. W1034 old red female- show
ENTERTAINMENTCeterSofa & Lovesen leat, Hunter stove $2100(8 dswsn-7717, 813-837-3632Eectric wheelchair, Model754.Recentlyser- table w/VRO & power FREE GLUCOSE METER! eI,(63)43-271Ms
white 3-pc, formica, recline $450. Also sofa PANOSALE Jazzy, with power chair voiced. Water cooled. feed.Otherequiptoo! DIABETICS Get your
od 32tli w/2 oversize chrs $400. REFRIGERATOR Ken Elite Specials/Close Outs lift. $750.813-716-8079 220V3 Phase $3750 0 1 30 suplies by mail! FREE CAVALIER King Charles
$30 813-477-2691 25cu $500 OBO, (813) MostPopularBrands Crathco Frozen Granita SHIPPING! ALL MAJOR Spaniel AKC, tri-color
813-854-1384 S o nvesat chair 632-7147 ncl. CD PlayerGrands MOTORIZED CHAIR, Jet Drink Machine (D DI Sporting BRANDS!MOSTPEOPLE male, lmos.Sadly
o es VACUUM RAINBOW SE 27s One w/adjustable seat $1500 All n Great Condi 450 Goods with Medicare/Insurance allergies force sale.
EntertainmentCtr w/ottomnd, sa igner, with attachments, Ex- BestPrices&Value &arm rests. New 5,500. ion! 813404-0665 Goos I PAY NOTHING! CALL Won erfuletforwerfect
All wood, cherry or oak, must self. CaIa before cellent condition, used Call813-855-1227 Excellent cond. Asking BASEBALL/SOFTBALL 1-800-337-4144 home.$1400.jefcarr@
lighted w/beveedlas 8m 813-641-1878 or vey little.$35 PIANO, SPINET w/bench. $1,900obo. 813-645-9070 HOBART Mixers, Glass Pitchin Machine. Uto power tampabay.rr.com
doors, accommo ates 298-4055.$850obo. 813-907-1756 Winter Company, New WHEELCHAIR-Electric, Door Coolers, Grills, 60 MPHCurves, Sliders, 460 Chihuahua pups CKC
up to 6" wide screen F rinin air WA D York. Excellent coni- excellentcondition, new Stoves, Pizza 6vens, & $595. Baseball Batting Mowers long coat, sm., vetted,
USED, sell for $1650.an all leather sand coor, Nce condition with war- 813-935-0818. 813-885-6038 727-581-9293 12x70'Cage. $460. LAWN MOWER, 72" Dixie ful $500 cash.mae, 7
9deli50b ranty8$200. Can Deliver. PIANOS Yamahas WALK-IN COOLERS W404-467-4313 Chopper, very ood mockc$400641-9870
condition. $700.
S FUTON $200 81-695-7744 813-626-3754 certified used, bear WHEELCHAIR, Jazzy hoods; lass door cool- BIG HORN GUN SAFE 813-228-6904 CHIHUAHUAS, AKC, 8
Oa wxraN thick mtSFewarranty, over200to model 1103 electric ers, 1, 2 and 3 doors. 24cf, 22 Long Guns s0 weeks & older pups,
Oak w/xtra thick matt SOFA, Sectional, Dansen, WASHER OR DRYER choose. aby Grands, complete, like new Used and new. Call min.@ 1200 deg.700lbs. health certificates,
New in boxes Can deliv- w/chaise. Pastel colors, C-3 $9000, C-2 $8000, $1300 727738090 239-898-3884 $799 Ta Safe Exchane Rider Mower weed eater, $350-$1200. Parents on
0 ood cnd. No stains, $100 Great condition $1300'727-738-090p239-898-3884g
er. 477-9019/363-0097 ears cond. No stains Can deliver w/warranty. C-l7000,U-3studio 3 W Waters 935.9800 12.5 B&S,3" cut,excel- premise. (352) 795-1479
r ips. $650 obo. Don813-300-6714 $2500.88860051881Store lent condition
3-920-57 Don813-300-6714 ffice quip 435 Bure Bushmaster N4A3 $899. lent$485 obo CHIESE CRESTED AKC,
FUTON NEEDACARRTRCK I Teehones' VIOLINS New 1100 Offce Equip. 435 Fixtures SP220AS5NS$499.Sig 352-650-0289 8wa U es airless
Medium oak, honey fin- NEEDACARORTRUCK? Telephone man $150. Vola $150. Furniture Equipment P29.357 NS $499. Tau- & pu. 3& 2 M.HC
ish, 9 layer matt, new in Cruise through classi- P Pagers Cellos $319. Cases & rus PT22 $199. AK47 Pis- 14651 Lawn & Grdn 500-$800 Please call af-
box, cost $625,sell$285 field's columns! Classi- Bows. Mandolins $120. 300 Herman Miller A03, Shelving Showcases, tol $599 813-685-2612 I er4pm. (863) 646-4716
fled is the car shopper's Business Phone S systems Guitars $150. Trump ets 6x6 Workstations. Clohes RacKas. GUN Carry Permit Class BAHIA or Floratam Sod Want Ads
closes. Each edition of- 1 Year Warranty, AT&T, De avail 813-655-554 available. Call for Hardware & Glass, Much guns, lifetime warranty site. Larkin Turf, Dade Chinese Shar-Pel Pups
HOMEThe eating fers a myriad of models Norstar, voice mai. Low cost expert repairs details. 727-647-1853 More.813-628-4332 Ci 3527 AKC, 8wks, ex temper,
Lazy BoyMatinee Setof to help put you in the 20 yrsexp.813-985-5011 $195-$525 City.352-567-698s tFi ,
connecting recliners. drivers seat. When it's PEDDLEYOUR BIKE Getintunew/Classified's potAdvertisingWorks 813-210-GUNS (4867) 1st shot Fathes Day
18 mos old. Bk MicroFi- time to buy steer to- CLASSIFIED WITH AN ADIN selection of musical in- ecial $800.
ber. $1599,813-215-3884 ward Classified! IS ACCESSIBLE CLASS 452 struments in Class 420 Store Fixtures- CHEAP! GUNS Limited ty new Nurseries 29-822-6960
Biz forced to close. Robinson&VEP ,Cals. Trees COLUESCgC-Registered
Excellent condition. 727- 545X39, 223,762X39, 308 sable/wite, st/2nd
547-1199 www.united $545 to $999. Lwy NOW KNIGHT'S NURSERY shots, health certs.,
DBCSWD- earth.biz/fds.html 813-210-UNS(4867) read to go, $300 ea.
Builder's IHUNT CLUB Deer&Ho Azalea, Cra e M yr1e, 813 662-31 1/215-7902
440 ony ,3000 acl hrnort Bamboo, runsfel siaCO PEMBROKE AKC
A4T HSEaupplies of 1mpa1250 mem Day Lilies, Tibouchina, ORGI FEMalOE Aduts
of-Tas v 12 r 2 .Boxwood Crotons, Puppies, Female Adults.
352ollo3 51-1949 nuilwo,= Brus ia Tc puppy eposits.
CABINETS 31 Nits(35 52)208-: andVMuch More Airport C. yards OK (352)
B d 1 .Brand Names 525 Rd-ln 7T1 City. 752.7676 23-1360 83-299-1626
KRA.TMAID, UAITY POOL TABLE $1250 #W1se CORGI PUP- AKC
Do ltPYourself 4'x8' Pro Series, solid UQUIDATION- 13000 Live Shots & hith cert, 10
Or We Dsin&lnstall wood, 1"slate, leather Oaks available 1 gallon wks $400. Stud service
813-716-1966 pockets K-66 rails Ball $1 each, $200 minimum avail. Will email pics
and Clawfeet, Worth5K. #47231588 Lakeland 813-909-0019
CABINETS Kraftmaid, Lifetime warranty. Cell 863-602-1149 DACHSHUND long-hair 3
shipped direct to your Candeiver&set-. Forae Oak8-12' Males, Red, AKC, 1st
home,wholesale pnces, 813-477-9019or363- 7 t ForSae20-3. each-12 shots hith cert., home
8ifetime7778 warranty. POOL TABLE, 4x8 Leisure 813-478-4744 raised. $450.
Bay, Ithr pockets, Tropicals DS"Cat PPIS
FLOORING clawfoot legs, custom Mango oAvacado DACHSHUND PUPPIES, 3
cover, ood cond. $800 Guava Lychee males, 1 female, Blue
Prefinishedoak stillin or male offer. Call ... m m$650, rest $450 & up Call
boxes, 2308sf.@i2.25/sf. Gloriaat813-632-2316 'Adonidia* revelers to Reserve
Will split, 813-318-9056 Triagle indle 813-2400792
LumberRoughCutyellow Pool Table 4x8 Bismk m Foxtail DACHSHUNDS long hair
pine. Exc for building ProSeriesl"Toumrnament #4722415 813-884-1927 male pupsAKC,
andfencingt2"x8"2"x6" slate, K66, 100% gum I chi alshots
Tampa 8424 Sheldon Rd. Valrco -1971 S.R. 60 t2"xl"2"x" 1"x6"1"4" rubber rails, diamond 480 Dogs= $% 550 ea Calli
8Bto16'long 813-634-1963 sights, carved cabinet, 813-884-8026
Tampa- 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd. METAL Roofing & Siding new in b300 never used. AREDALES,AKCet DASHHUND puppies
Tampa A479 GandyBlvd. Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market 26ga-36"coverage as Can deliver. blooolines wks ol ready June 4 Red,
lampa Gandy Chapel low as$L40/fwww.ciof $60o0a.941-750-8834 Black & Tan Brindle,
AmercTampa- 5715 Gunn Hwy. Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54 floridaomCorruted 813-293-7621 lS & short hajr, POP,
Tampa- 2540 Bearss Ave. Seffner -725 N. Grove Cir. METAL ROOFING SAVE POOLTABLE, 7' Roberson American Bulldog a6393-1168 990-4a
Apollo Beach- 6188 U.S. 41 Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave. Buy Direct From iLTardetbe,$1 PupsABAr parents DOBERMAN PUPS AKC
--5. .. ..emanufacturer. 20 colors prommusd,s$1 Pps$8Apartson Kimbertal above stan-
Brandon 1945 W. Lumsden Ave. Tampa 7851 Palm River Rd. in stock with all Accesso- 813-752-4055 9,t'Ca 11727-375-8962 dard. bale.rusat, 1 male
Brandon -179 Bloomingdale Ave. Thonotosassa 9535 E. Fowler Rd. ries. Quick turn ar ound!P Table In box, all Bld & 2 females.
Sun City Center 4445 Sun City Cir. Lutz 18407 U.S. 41 K Free (888)393-0335. equipment choice American BuloI gs lo00.727-7 Pu
Riverview -9822 U.S..301 Lutz 2126 Collie Wholesale NKC,$500-$1000. EAglisBuldg 12 Pup-
Rieve a82d0 Plssal AKC $tg, 63FIawn
ALL SIZES iliards.813-229-2778 Please call 352-243-2762 M l Bo, 6 arn on 5/1
FINISHED and RAW You'I find value buys ad- Check out class 41.8 Avail 7/16 Tafing dep of
813-884-6127* vertised in classified for cool deals on A/C's $50051500863-409-6,29






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LIi U L PDOMERANIAN-Fluffy D SCC.1817 FortaDuqte a I o' Pro Sport flats 1999,
ENGLISHULLDOG Cream Male, 10 weeks, ADORABLE Fri&at2pm Araian 20 yr old mare, 36' COACHMAN 2004 A 150HP ama a,P S/S
Champ. pedigree Brindle i purchased $1100, sacri- nnn Iexperienced rider $500. Aurora, like new, only A-1 SPAS prop, trollingmotor,trlr,
Female months ver ce800.813-792-2879 PUPPYSALE Freezer,PlatfonnrmRoker, Paso Fino 9 yroldgeld- 4900mi slides, Ford CONFUSEDaboutspafea- oo great 11,500bo
sweet, $00813-237-1882 'u l..J. ^ Dining Room Chairs, in erienced rider V10,dualACs Onan gen. tures, styles, warran- 727-42-7287/
ENGLISH TOY SPANIEL, POODLE PUPPIES, Ak Li tabl n 833-1821. Loaded with extras, ties, pricing? Call or 20'WELLCRAFT, Merc /O
emalePuppSy,a OAODLEaCkPPIE L,ntale, S$86.4K813-948-3431 stop inBat A-1SPAS & let 305 Chev, new uphol
Femalt6he B S dA-TEAM",ofspa tandem trailer. 1st
ruby & smaw/health &LtApcot, $9.Bac DeskSewin Ma sa 2 aa ae crossbredcows, calving 3204NAr'LTROPICAL prfessionals show you $ o takes it.
$1500 tiny ,5ear ill, Heard Cheav now, Take one or ai[. Diesel, 9271mi, 3slides h features & benehts o813-935-3167
352-528-6779 813-833-9346 588 ASelectionofMore Than & miscellaneous. now all $750each satellite, motostat or o water therapy & re-
FREE to loving home M, POODLES, Standard, 50 PUPPIES sizes, children ($1.) All Call 352-494-9404 yinteetdesk are ful laxation. We carryev- 20'x8'1995Polocraft flats
blk/tan, mix breed pup AKC 7 wees, Champi- Beagle Bichon Boxer "JOHANNY women ($2-$5)Men($2- WANTE .GOATS SHEEP, cassint, 1000 tra iner al quai lines of hot boat, Yamaha 55 hp,
py.sso 875-3 on edigree, $500 and ChihuauDachshund AU89AB8 $7). Wintercoas $ack- LAMAS, & CATTLE. TOP membership many bn cu u infrim r ba
GERMANtSHEt HERD up.Calk[ 352-n589-4893 L a o et(MiscPrices)nShoes PRICES PAID.GOOD..ersh. m1anKy. DYNASTY, PREMIUM platform C3C livewells
GAEKRMAN BSHoEPdHERD2e 321750-4 Lanrahand le, CSUNCITYCENTER c ras, 1K .SPAS Srated 5 star by bimini ton 3900 obo.
Aal K iC BPgaBne Pups! Cel -4C Pu ,oShihTzu Husky," ClNDY'SESTATESALE -$1$2).,. HOME. CALL CINDY Located in Dade City.polandspacom. 813-31-0433
AED ts3ic1'0l4rs"NY SilkyEWestie'EYorkie' 967-0416 erap)m _Angels, re- NOW813-649-1126 865-742-2627 Vpourandspa oom83 -
Acs, f I onedP. 4a pl u me "NOTICE EARLYDAYS" ciusS Momentds Otr Visitourshowroomat 21' Pro-Une '89 ctr con-
Blasp ( t2 Pnp 4 S usamany, anymore O ^ Kne Misc Household Items. Black Angus (2),37F2000 Tradewinds 97AdamoDr. oe hp
650 up (9)809-6242 epuy All Puppies Come Wth: Thursl6th&Frl7th 8-2 Fri June 17th 9AM-2PM, Registered bulls 19/mo. slideout, W/D, leather SWCornerHwy301&60 Murraytlr. Exc.on
GERMAN SHEPPERDS, 813-662-25 *1 Yrealth Warranty Sectionalsofa w/rediner Sat June 18 9AM1PM. $17/eac furniture,ceramictile Or call 813-63-97 or Many extras, $10,750.
Pups AKC Reg Health Lic# P05062440 Free Vet Visit ends, remote recliner, Rain Date, Sat, June 25. 813-689-0729 Coancounters, diesel 81Ask -leR9090. 813-230-2363
Parents AKC Re & Br antique ice ox, Tennessee S F & Sat Angus/Guern E mi Includes $1000 FREEfuel! CUSTOMER FRIENDLY 200hp Yamaha, Fish
at W e W PUPPIESnrwy Petland Tampa noes iek n & a riu r nsCall 941-379-3345 HOTTUB/SPA 5 erson Finde, Bimini VHF,
$500-$800813-9 6-46451nd l ABso, a .LargSectonot Acases, e.~. r c June 17& 18.7AM ti ?. rloun bs. w e, Washdown BMT $6800
$500h800,8 13rD9 hibmt M 1 98steavail "ble u stan msrosser0" tWse3 49581Cal hd07o B
mat o n ssm alale Freshwaterish, Reptiles V Kbd dr Beddin Clothings 60-$70.81-754-2545a n 38' 2005 BeaverSantiamu 001
LAB PUPPIES 10 8 wks au- tohe oubu (7) SatselSun.or s, SUN BirdsCITY CENTER Horuts & Lakeland (863858-1471 Monaco)63 9 ludes cover, will deliver.
tifuJ Orange, medium fin Sthe Cersa AniSmal FriendsSociety. CINDRt SALE 500 Vel tables HOShp 8 AN TAK FOR 200 n warranty, sacrificed 21'S- Cuddy cabin,
hair, good personality servicesyouneed! Allina... Y 'urh.....re2 PALOM6INO MAREw
playful, no bad habitse, c h130h2 B LANT CITY lden HeaLEthy,6yrs 11hans 8K mature MSRP $2260 nder $1,500 per8135081320 w/trailerruns great,
al shots, spayed. $50 ampa CLASSIFIED.CAN- La 904 Golfiew female, ki safe, chest- Now rice $158,90= SPA/HOT TUB, like new, G 5 $9,950o0.









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LABPUPS, AKC, al e Ar de 7699W Waters Ave I your re, 2o s ve- Dr&SatJune17&18 nut & blonde sweet 30%o MS RP.See comr- lo 4 ets, cabinet, 813-495-6667
813d -6 ces r Wpce guarantee u r 2 t 79. H garar e57a starting $800.813-909-1K. plete details at digitalLD oaded,
AKaC, 2cyars oldrefal GeR, SHea r ale 813-2A4 9-70 out Classiied can help to 8AM- H e o. us mhsrv.com800.335.6054 Must sell! $1,495. Call: 24 2000 Regal weekend
AK 3 2-3years l, rea t $199-399 S ale- lou open the door to saeoles usen0 Beautiful .aints & trs,3 Wi Ad- 813-426-2894 cruiser, Vovo 5.0 eng
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carenl o dA & C Sun ka. 813-53-4384, in edcan i n 'todbar erM uN ceIyAsR HIOsRI 2rC, m 40' 1990 BEAVER MAR- covered. 813-786 9805. Vee 242, cabin cruiser,
LBPPISAC8 SETIE R (7) w ,SN2-4.2CIdYFiCENTER7 tirs6r s oakeI&ndA(863)858-1471 -84 cludes cover, will deliver. 3 9 c s 469
3 hBtA1ES e1AKC 8ws cHrNuRs-lNS Anima&Ul"Friends ciety. CNDYSE s SE piVe tables HORSES AND TACK FOR 40' 2005 Phaeton Quad- Full Warranty. Can fi- 352-596-469
males, 2 ctmaes, als l hea lth. ceAt aller KITrENS d ome 18 7 e eB atr SALE.813-719-7791 slide, Full bod aintr nanceW.A.C.,payments 26"7 '"Excel26SE,1994
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b permanent hom ove seat, 2 math ie ed 935-4774 800-980-7727 AC sleeps4$ 19,995obo







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$500 352-307-0772 .4 vi e the home beuying an chrseo cl river, PASttinF i calves avalo863-581-5322 Call 941-355-1403 www. www.gulftobayspas.com back, seats12,exc.cond.
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izeod ready 6/23. $500. 813-239-4301Vg and geo- informal LecantoHwy CitrusCty. reatdis osiion,$22u. Ahal-4exit4Tmp. COMPLETEWATE RCRAFT cabin, great boat 14,500
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LHASA APSO PUPS- new wrinkle inyourelife! 482 B irds Multi Family Sale Tools, : oies, Farm Equip. I trian facility. Manyamre- $,75d Call 813-569-8579 ISCONVENIENT $56,000 (941)750-6617
Healthcertificate and- AKC registerea, vet V, Furniture & Mitems R nities. Wood fencing. 17FT. HI-LO, full bath SEAD 001996 GI BOATS Several storm
wormed.lst shots. health cert. 3 Males. Bonded Pairs, Scarlets e C, 2 Ala MITSUBISHI TRACTOR, $2000/mo. 813-961-3362 3-waylfridge, rf, A/C-HT, trie r d donated



















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Ready June 17th I$400. $700813-929-0465 $1,550 .Yellow Nae .-. 50FD, cy, 4-hldrPTO:o Low hoursoodshapee d
Cal 813-719-1515. $900I00 Land & Corner of N. Wi 5 spd rans 4 d ro, AreaFul wd sale8' to 32'
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W2Tampa-48702 Bruce&B Downs Blvd. Valrico &S 3236 Lithi7 PnecrestRd ac o o e- M3517FT 17BOWRIDER0m8l
MALTESE cuies also health crt,Male corkybrdandyom & 18. Wes til?ey Chapeld trr5351 w/bo blade Market ellenty friendly, clean, best $3500 obo 813-835-74662803 Pleaswiri-e call 908791352684-3521
Yor Americs. Pupas avai now Female ome raised, 5715Sale Lots of Evphyryhing. 352-7964642 care, grass urnou. 1' R d Roo 2 Sea Do 1997 GS Runs 585S RBui






















laterTampa-&up. Sable W2540 BearssntAve. Seffner A725 N. Grove Cir .4-377-744. brid T.T., Self cont. aeteat rirag
bets ata cun.com $400.941-722-8806 Y O -orses & I BOARING, Plant Ci off Slees6-7, Many extras, 200. 400for trailer
941-322-9563 Cash SelngE a gt can be taLLk&NgsArfAZON PLANT City 2912 S Pine 1 525 Livestock 1i-4.Lotsofrassntl'ilvy ar.Keptexccond. Only with'newtires.Call OUTDOOR'STORAGE
MALTIPOOS small, rare easerthan langt w/big cage $0; Pate-a A n 'p $6700.813-885-3547 Serving NewdTamp a, US
black M and F, vryLut Placeyourazinusica gonian Conuretalks&ier tetofEveythg. Black Thorouhbred low $$. Jumps round
healthy, spoiled babies, instruments, class420 very friendly 400 Mare 5 yr well ro pens, etc.813-727-8112 exc cond, used furniture w an Waver,750 obo arasto RVs, boats,
Seeks, 1st sots, 352-597-8788 chan863)425-se1007rovn rooma columns! 81335-5816 886-5584 Call 819299198etc /mo.
must sea M-$500, F- SHELTIESAKC ___ m 6.2H, willing .&pretty. 52 HJay Grain Icales &'tires,4000. 813-932-5932 Ca813-86 d Outid
$600.813-754-1379 Males and females sable 1483 1 Exotic- Will make outstlanding C863-665-o80 Caollwoo ts
MASTIFF Female, 8 wdks overwhK, .al d eweeo'd, RATS Hamsters, Rabbits PLANIT jumper.$4Kobo. Hay-$43//Roll 26' 2004 Fleetwood POLA.RIS 2001 Genesis, S
a over s,Agerbils. WholesalePric- 813-879-8358, .days Cow.Hay-$31/.Roll Hemlock-topoftheline! 4 person, great cond. welcome.Securefacility/
shrtsde $95:/as SHELTl, (Mini Collies). eswilldeliverfor1l000 eaCircle,.Walden Lake. 813-994-9241eve/wkos Sguare baaes avail .ree Loaded, extras new motor, 0 hrs, 24 hracc. Reasonab a
352-542-0298 We've got gorgeous mn. order call GoAlexandertoTimber- elivery. 10 Roll Min. excellent cond. 510,sod 55+ mp,.garaged $5000 rates. 813-505-2803
p-ups, precious sweet- 3 5 2 2 1 7 2 7 0 0 lane Dr RIght on Club POLEBARNS, Garages, Call 352-267-3127 813-685-8910 obo/tradee813-741-1979 OUTDOOR STORAGE
MIN PINS, all Black & Tan, heartslovingl raised. 407-242-0635 House,aLefBarret and workshops.hnorse barns'I 6SIC Ba IBenjaminuRd., boats,
IM, 2F loveable, hIth $450-$&00.35L-793-1551 Misc e 3rdright, MUliamily 200 1995, needssome interi-
813-8.5-6813,1afterO6pm' registered, health D I Seri PLTCT,1Scoro- I 813-662-5040 Johnson & Electric mo-
certificates 1st shots net Rd-Fri&SateJune171Other Aah.ia 0e ior. battery. biminntop. Marine
M S l-49-0508 or'AQUARIUM, 90 gal. salt- & 18, 71Am til ?. Infant- 813-713-2333-188',3501 Motor Homes1341989TERRESORT, trailer mr3n e 5tras.
MULTI POS, Male and $500. 813-508 water,pre-drilled,"al-Is Teen clothing toys pots o5601S $850.'0813-839-1236 586 Supplies
Female Black & also 813-508-5188h'h w/white wash stand&Household&iscItems FLORIDA ACKER6y.RV's double doors, bigbayI Repairs
cert.Ready 6/11.$900."Wire Hair Fox Terriers, hood, light, wet/dry Greatontrails.Hasdone w 13'S" Air boat, Cotton
cl 8 4621 AKCarecutesmart. bioball fi ter, 351b live endurance Loads, 20' 1988 h bedroom,sieeps6,A/C, Mouth 6 cyl cont, Exc 03' Mndbuddy, 25HP,
-Lii teddy Bears, non- rock, UV sterilization, needs interm. to ad- C-class. 21k lots of satellite, many extra'., $7900. 8132050756 KOHLERAIRCooled, o
PAPILLON Pus,, ,ACA, shed. Vet guarn. $850 obo813-677-1278 PRICED. $ vanced rider. $1500 Call uprades. $4/000/obo. extri' B
home raised5ArAnt0.ton 2748 JUST-OPENED in arasota O ;IIV Lindsey352-5n8-0623 83-827-23 ownernonsmok 15Bnto fibreglass, 35 Anywhere motor, Like
remises $700. Read Coral Connection Reef Laeherds of blk Angus $5700obo..505.3000 trailer, extras. sections. $2500
9/15Takinye'P0i.YORKIE PUPSregisM&F, A uarium Outfitters PLANTCITY802W.KING bl,/whtface.&Brangus 221 2005 WINNEBAGO$21,40 7 8 1 793
Cd1a11-657-267 "f2 vet shots H house fCoralsat ST, Fri&SatJune17&18. cows divided in 2 sepa- RIALTA, 17 MPG, gen, FLIMITED-RTri-axels,1AP Sailboats
P l lb ,raised, Beautiful.$700& greatprices941-922-961,6 Furniture, household rate herds. Also bilkAn- awning, Ithr, 4KCmi.,91ri6-xEels,i 2003 ALU
PIT BULL Pups 1001b sire up. 813-643-1458, www.coral appliances, and lots of gus bulls. 850-510-4854 days old, full warr. solid wood cabinetsES
bdamcnolrNprOt& 813-4nctionsarasotacom iscitems or229-246-1819 $4,91.0.813-3857-5571 liveable' $10,000. MERC 30HP 4STRK TRLR trollingmotortrailer.
FIGHyING opnl N1Oleft BREEDING PAIRS -,4sets KOI FOR.SALE PLANT CITY Fri & Sat WANTED".Horses 2-P19871tasca42K.mion 813-254-0294/431-2484; TROLLMTR FRNT REAR Great'ittle boat. $1500
$400bo 813-927-4235 of aogs ready to breed, Buy direct from fish51SM8 CP Keen Rd. 8am-. ponies, tack, trailers & 454 Chevy, 1Mhrs/gen, 9 Coun Charm, Park STS US(D 10 I 813-832-4281
.. .-to.rsold.Callfor farm in Gibsonton. Furn, Comiputer, equine. Top prices paid. new tires & M9eodha $6,500(813)994-8853
Class 584isyourticketto info. Moving, Must sell. 813-672-9135 Clothes, Sm Appliances Gohome. Call Cyn goodcond runs&drives W Moelsiofeutras, CH, traIer Goodwcithsaio
Boating Adventure! 813-779-9497 Z'hills www.koiman.com & Much more! now: 813-649-1126 great, perrect for hurri- W/D mst os Atrasin 1 CHRIS CRAFT'96 Fish/ $950tobi. 813-264-2945
sell! $11,900 obo. Call $19500. 813-79-7446 Ski,115HPJohnson, trol.
John3416-39? I mtr. depth fndr bimini
BJhW1.6 56319ARV cvr du.el batts trlr ae.. ODAY 30 1978 ODAY 30
29' 1991 Four Winds 55K Accessories S6.,00.813882.46Y7 100oib, 155 genoa,lazy
Mi, on 460 Ford, New
WE PUT m -lF Tires & Refrig, Many Ex- TX RV MEMBERSHIP 17' Gaistron 1991 Mercu- jac s, H/Cprswtr, gas
0 obo NATIONWIDE$0 r3L motor, Walk stove, magmagrill VF
.352-5W4555 Brake Buddy $750,0S through, I/O fishfinder autotiller, AM
Eagleiler.asd5Baeud 0 w110V/lV80 19,5007OBO
L._] rl-rid 3,1998Jac Eagle 5th Master $300, Tow light .doodcone.
On be. CHA. 89 Rereaional RO LINE 5S600-
U] LI ~ U i'8l)i949"6O15Lessetaen 564 I center console fiber-
Rental lass runabout, 90HP Transportation
m ___ ____ ____32' 1990 Gull Stream Sun Mercury ob, EZ loader
25k mi, new tires, 454 A/C, Sink, Stove, Frid. ept fnder, used only 16001Aviation
IN TAMP BAY1AE1R1E11R PLUSFord eng. Auto levelers CallLynn to reserve@ 10hrs, must sell due to
rentalcampers.com West 863-696-1959 time 3,132 hrs, needs
17' SAI LFISH 2000 90hp restoration, based in
N yufnT aaPli 15651 RV Storage I Yamaha, fishfinder, cc, Tampa. Call Jim at
,rollmnq motor, bimini 813907-53
Class A, 454 Chevy,2- RV's/Boats etc.Security, 13-92-7932 Auto2 n
Tv's, sleeps 6, 7.MKW $50/mo 17.5' Bayriner 135hp. 620 EnGk-es I
Gen,fullbasenent, new 813-986-3094 wakeboard tower. Parts &Mis..
tires needs nothing! uraJl.r & access. Fresi O
Tampa- 8424 Sheldon Rd. Valrico- 1971 S.R. 60 $21kq27-56o-7766 c wRV/Bathorage. only.-Tampa. $4,900 obo AUTO MECHANICS TOOL
wANU~U 34'MOTORHOM 89Secpgw.24hracns-,Box & TOOLS & Test
Tampa -8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd 34'MOTORHO 8 bright night lihting8 Equipment Mostly
u m.-__ _E-Pace Arrow ass A.ax- wash area. From $35 17FT 1995 BOWRIDER Snap-On & Mac tools.
,- Tampa- 4479 Gandy Blvd. Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market cellent condition, flly 813-968-4991; 505-2803 Seaswirl-170 Ohp 0/B, 1-352-684-3521
Am sS narkee Tampa -5715 Gunn Hwy. Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54 equipped. Non-smok-is o Bay RV & Boat trailer, cover biamnidISSIM ReBuit
000 .StO' -Secureoutsidemar. kext, runs great from A-Z. Guaranteed
and Covered storage. $4300(813)4-5496 quality work Great pc
Apollo Beach 6188 U.S. 41 Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave. 3l2301 Damon Intruder, Sourth lSaHnora, ucom esnHCa esty & Intea
C...-r.2 Tv's. VR. Triton VO0Isour life too cluttered? $ry, Dmi top seats 6
Brandon 179 Bloomingdale Ave. Thonotosassa -9535 E. olcr, 'd mgas er, $55.000. oyu ane mrUalum trlr look Sun City Center 4445 Sun City Cir. Lutz- 18407 U.S. 41 yourpoldhappliances, o

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34 THE COUWURA- JUNE 16,2005

Uti Iy I I Trucks- 631 Vans |
I627O Traies I e av Duty.
| |Trailers H eavyDuty Dodge 1992 B150. I own-.
CHEVROLET 1995 Silvera- er .38K, A.'C uto, V-6,
6' x 12', heavduty, dual do 1500, extraocab auto- Whi, t.
axle $1,050. Call matic, air, loaded 5.7 .eBay#4556106127
813-986-9311 601-9311 V8, best offer. $2K obo. 813-831-331
813-600-5097. DODGE 1997 CARAVAN
12 Trucks.. I CHEVY 1988 SUBURBAN cold air, new trans.,
629Tc~Usughl 350V8-160Kmileswith' belts, etc. Wellmain-
tow package, needs tainted runs great.
CV1 e c minor repairs. Strong $3000. o13-957-561
CHVY1998P/U, et. cab, motor, runs great!! DODGE 2003 GRAND CAR-
4x4, 3/4 ton, auto, AC, S2500.813-765-4829. AVAN Perfect! beautiful
many extras, Towing cherry red loaded low
package. $8500 obo. r Dump Truck, Backhoe cherry red loaded bo
941-925-8385 trailer bobcat. miles $12 M0 obo.Must
Everything diesel. Late Sell'93-949-9117
CHEVY 1999 S10/T10 70's $15000 for all
155,000 m, Tan, Pickup, 813-672-2701 FORD 1986 E350, white,
4.2%. Must See, GreatI FORD 1992 Bronco Eddie cargo, AT, low m. $1100
Value(813) 363-8151 Bauer Green/tan 302 obo 813-926-1931
ORSUFED : eng, 4x4, great shape,
OVERSTUFFED? .' AC, blown head gasket Ford 1989 E250 cargo van,
Move some of that furni- $2500 obo 813-837-1106 big 6, C6 trans, w/ war-
roomwithaclass410at FORD 2001 F350 73 rat, C, new tires &
power stroke diesel Qain nice clean truck.
CHEVY 2000 S-10, Reg dually, supercab, ext 3000 obo727-385-8166
cab, auto, 6-cyl, Wht/ bed, new tires, FORD 1992E150 CIubWgn
Grey nork runs great '813-731-4184 XLT, 7 pass, 5.8L, tow
obo. 727-455-7697 STERLING 2003 Flat bed bl, du $4500 obo
truck, 26' bed, 12 liter d.695... $4500 obo
DODGE2005 PICKUP 1500 CAT engine, 128K miles, 813-695-3493.235-6776
1,300 mi Silvyer Pickup, $64,500.843-762-0012 or FORD 2002 E-150 Handi-
Auto., 2 WD,' 8 Cyl. 843-556-7234 cap Van w/ lowered
$28,000 irm Price
HEM, uad CabL VOLVO 1997 Tracto floor, hand control, lift,
HEM, LQuad Cab SLT VOLVO 1997 Tractor, EZ lock| 3K warranty
Sport Loaded 20inch 215 787 miles, los, EZ lock, 3K warranty
wheels. (813) 4d1-2350 375hP, w/40' trailer $33,500 (813) 625-5091.
w/2004 Princeton Tail MAZDA 2001 MPV Van,
,. n Piggyback diesel eng. Clean, runs good. 83k,
Ford 197r F150 $69,800 843-762-0012 or V6, dual AC, cruise con-
good cond $2,500 obo 843-556-7234 trol, PS, PB, $9950.
Call Mark 813-620-1912 4Wheel 813-468-0277
CLASSIFIED WORKS 630B Drive MERCURY 1999 Villager
I DI IEstate V6, Leather, 6-cd,
FORD 1999 F250 Super .. newer tires, loaded.
Duty Crew cab, diesel Chevy 1983 K-5 Blazer, Extremely clean. 86K mi,
7.3L auto, 5th wheel New33x12.50 $7250 obo 813-643-5553
ready 56k mi $17,495. tires ees NISSAN 995 est Mini
OBO. 13-685-4971 305 V-8 NISSAN 1995 Quest Mini
F.O.RD.2000.F-SaLT E $950.813-927-4810 Van, V6, power every-
FORDU2000F-150XLT/Extd .... .. .. thing, excellent condi-
cab, 4-dr, auto A/C 80k JEEP 1995 WRANGLER, lion. 135k m;le-., new
mi pwr W&L tilt & 116kmi,sd,4cyl,new krpeL ltL4.100Ustealc..
obo 727-992-3739 work runs ood $3600 .
813-672-339: PLYMOUTH 1992 VTa-yg
FORD 2004XLTsupercab, i r. rur good, ':olL AP,
11000 miles $18,500. 1631 I Vans I 20K mi': $l.000 firm.
will trade for older 81:389-39il 6293-0217
truck. 813-752-9489 CHEVY 1983 VAN short
wheel base, strong 350, PONTIAC '20)-, ONTANA
ISUZU 1998 HOMBRE rebuilt trans, some cus- ru wel
Work Trucks (2) with tomworkclean.$2 350. Can. dual a r,. 8-
toppers. Call 813-416-2644 ,.le .Li a, oni.
813-630-5400 Ext 308 CHEVY 1995 G20, AM/FM, .50. 813-l a24800
MAZDA 2001 B3000 Dual low miles, runs great, Toota'99 Si-enna LE
Sport RegularCab, 61K exc work van, $2505 X Cd ,m ail prr
Mile jU77500 obo. obo.Call813-842-2205 A rdck.,."vvr
813-681-4437 running brd 16wr, exc
Chevy 2003 Express 1500 cnd $11,500 813-205-7935
Toyota 1986 Pick up Extra conver V8,5.3L, dual I oi it I
cab 2WD ac, 4 cyl. AC,TV/iVD speakers, 639 Sport Utility
$1995 obo.27-686-7182 all power, elec seat/bed, I "" Vehicles
$19,500. 813-340-0645 : I
Toyota 2002 Tacoma, 5 305-989-5182 CHEVY 1999 TAHOE 2dr,
spd, alloy wheels, cold Just Pick Up the Phone 2WDer53K m, black,
ac, 41k mi, am/fm/ and You're Halfway leaer, garaed,'ve
cassette. Reduced to Home! Place your ad in an813-390-8888
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UUUDODGE.1998 Di UURANGO,
5.2 L, leather, 98k miles,
all power, 3rd row seat
Srear AC, $7,500. Call
S 813-789-3357. ,
Ford 2064 Expedition Ed-
die Bauer, plus $200,000
cash, will exchange for
Real Estate or Mort-
gage. Lee 813-985-9141
GMC 1994 Suburban 7
pass, 65K mi, tow pkg,
owner windows, AC,
$7,000.
813-689-8672
INFINITY 1997 QX4, load-
ed, Ithr sn rf,wellmaint,
low 82k mi, mint cond
$9700 813-677-6917
386-4538329
Isuzu 1996 Rodeo, V6, au-
to, power, exc cond pri-
vate owner $3950 oo.
813-884-5047 or. week-
days 775-2651. D .
ISUZU 2000 RODEO 64K
mi, Silver, Lther, AC, CD,
Auto, 3.2L V6 Excel con-
dition.$10,900 obo (813)
363-9795 -
ISUZU 2001 Rodeo Sport
37,100 mi. auto, 2WD,4
cyl. silver, non-smkr, 2
sunrf loonis runs qrem
$7, Kbo.,. l3 E 49u
JEEP 1999-Grand Chero.
kee Laredo, Black, load-
ed,-Ithr, 2WD, 69K mi,
great condition. $9500.
Call 813-391-4827
JEEP 2005 WRANGLER,
4x4, loaded, A/C, 4K, like
new, 1 owner.
$14,999
Call 813-265-4444
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Q I Sport utility
632I Vehicles
Lexus 2001 RX 300, SUV,
mint cond, non smoker,
garage kept Only 33k
mi. Silver/tan lthr int
$25Kfirm 813-653-4817
LEXUS 2001 RX300 42k
mi, fully loaded w/
Lowjac, 6-discCD chgr,
wellmaint $26,500 firm
813-431-3415
Lincoln 2000 Navigator,
Blk/Tan,49k miles, navi-
gation system, dual cap-
bins chairs tow pkg,
$18,995.813-335-0956
LINCOLN 2001'Navigator
black/tan Ithr, 3rd row
seating, tow pg, great
cond. 66K hwy mi.,
$17300 (under blue
book). 727-459-2333
MERCEDES 2003 ML320
loaded, 20K balance of
warranty, free sched.
maint., mint cond.
$27,500.813-417-3331
MERCURY 1997 MOUN-
TAINEER V8, .leather,
sunroof, 95K miles.
$5,500 Call 813-662-2284

RANGE ROVER 1997 4.0,
87,140 mi, fully loaded,
Clarion radio, DVD/TV
Ithr int $12,995. Call
813-494-0529
Toyota 1994 Land Cruiser
Second owner, all
maint. records, fully
loaded, mint. 105K mi.
$11,800. (813) 299-4561
TOYOTA 2001 RUNNER,
maroon, V6, lowmi, PW,
PDL, CD plyrI till under
fact. warn. exc cond
$14,990-1 7-2-271-0698
TOYOTA 2001 HIGHLAND-
ER 54.000 mi. B'uekey-
ies etry'alarm Auto.,
2 WI, 100k warr$ 15,901
obo (813) 854-2254
1635 Motorcycles
BMW 2001 K1200RS
7K miles, silver/blue.
Sai-n-Tune ver rid-
aen in rain. pristine,
58.300 (941)224-1722
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1963
Pannead. b-ikel case.
56000 obo
813-714-2360
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1988
TOUR GUDE.full dress,
excellent ; condition.
$12,500. Please. call
813-294-5306 '-,
HARLEY 1996Softfail Cus-
tom, Alum frame S&S
motor, Wideglile,
$10,000oboit
V 813 il1-6087W
Harley Davidson 1991 Fat
Boy, 16K mi black & sil-
ver, saddle 6ags, extras,
must sell. $10,000.
\813-888,822,, ..
HARLEY i997"DAV ISOV'
LOWRIDER, 112hp, very
fast, very sharp, must
see. Call Brian at
.813-634-6144.
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1999
HERITAGE, 1,035 mi.,
SPriced to.sell at $12,500
OBO. For details please
call 813-839-5050
Harley Davidson 2000 FXD
Dyna Suerglide, only
1800 .miles, excellent
condition, Diamond Ice
Pearl leather bags,
windshield,$11,000.
813-714-8531.
Harley 2000 0th Anniv.
Road King Classic, show
winner, loaded 6K mi,
onheof the nicet in US.
$24,995 813-546-5828
HARLEY 2003 Fat Boy
-Anniv Ed, 2-tone, fuelirr-
N-lectaarm, stage 1 kit
San pipes, 3K miles
$18,900 813-390-6062
HARLEY 2003 Road Glide,
Anniv ed, 7K, cruise,
alarm, full 7yr warr, lots
of exfras- $16,000 obo
Must sell.13-477-0854
.Harley Davidson FXRS,
S34K mi, garage kept, no
oil leaks,excellent origi-
nal paint, extra chrome,
convertible windshield
2 seats, saddle bags, 2
covers. $8950. good
deal Lkld (863)860-3828
HONDA 2002 VTX1800C,
7400 mi garage kept
exc condo, ext warrant,
many xtras. $8300.
813-949-7070


I635 IMotorcycles |
HONDA 2002 XR50 great
cond. $975 obo
YAMAHA 2003 PW80,
great cond., $1100 obo.
863-709-9557
Honda 2004 CBR 600RR,
black & silver, 1600 mi,
excellent condition.
$6900 Call Eric
863-559-1620
INDEPENDENCE 2003
Freedom Express Cstm,
100CI Revtech engine,
6-spd trans cstm paint
cstm paint, 240 rear,
soft-taiL, tras Exc
Second, 55b00 mi.'$19.400.
813-714-3651
KAWASAKI 2003 Mean
Streak, Vance Himes ex-
haust, k& N, power con-
trol, 2 yr ext warranty
$8500. Call 813-936-1707
Kawasaki 2005 -Vulcan
750, sharp-looking bike,
garage kept $5900.
813-792-7653
SUZUKI 1993 INTRUDER
S1400, Garage kept, lots
of chrome, $3,500. OBO.
. Will trade Boat of equal
value. Call 813-877-1 11
SUZUKI 2001 VOLUSIA
Garage kept, Real eye
catcher. Low miles Sell
or Trade 4 Boat $4950
(727) 433-7665
WANTEDSportBikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 1998 VStar 650.
cuslum, Flames over
Black, straight pipes,
low mi, $3999 obo Call
813-505-5307
YAMAHA 2003 VSTAR 650
Classic Black. 3.000 mi.
$4,500 firm.Call
813-759-8392
I636 Golf Carts

GOLFCARTS
wanted. BufySelliTrade
Chargers parts all relat
ed. 8I-645-4515Rukin
16371ATVs
ATV 2005 110 snaft drive
ATV. 4 cycle. 35sp +a re
verse electric start.
$1269.352.854-;279
SUZUKI 1987 QUAD
RACER LT 250R Runs
good. Needs iome TLC,
$1100obo
813-909-0592
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| Wanted
Donate (tax deduct) Trav-
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Classic
644 Antique
Vehicles
CHEVY 1969 CAMARO SS
NEW 350/383/ Console
Auto, 'P/S P/DB COLD
FACT. A/C, RALVES w
W/L DAYT6NAS ROSE-
WOOD WHEEL, R/S
GAUGES, YELLOW
w/BLACk STRIPES,
BLACK INT. EVERY-
THING IS NEW AND DE-
TAILED TO THE MAX! 3
SHOWS/3-1st PLACES.
$29,900 Call TOM (813)
833-7647


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Riverview- 10863 Bloomingdale Rd.- Tampa 5371 Ehriich Rd.
Tamoa 8701 Hilsborough Ave. Tampa 14989 Florida Ave. _
Tamna 2231 ilisboroug Ave. Varico 3313 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd. S PU
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644 Antique I For Sale I For Sale I For Sale
I Vehicles CADILLAC 2002 DEVILLE INFINITY 2001 30, 185K Mercury 1996 Grand
CHEVY 1970 C-20 PickUn Shale w/beige. One mi, auto, silver/black Marquis GS, 115K mi.,
86,700 rmi nodents owner. Perfect cond. Ithr, new parts w/warr, air, fully loaded, very
sonmerust restorable' Heated/memory seats, good cond., runs well. clean. Exc Cond $3,195
$2U 500 $15,900 813-987-6312 $4900 obo. 813.598.1237 Call 813-949-9545
813-714-2360 CHEVY 1994 IMPALA SS, Infiniti 2003 G35 Sedan MERCURY 2000 Grand
CORVETTE 1978 Silver black with grey leather auto, Bose, leather, Marquis, red 82K,
Anniversary Edition, int, no accident, cold loaded,sunroof,warr. 1 erfectcond. owner,
runs great, looksgreat, AC, 120K miles, runs owner, exc cond, $7500, days 813-340-0869
Serious inquiries ony. wells, LT1 drive train. $24,900.863-255-3670 eves249-6232
$24,900.813-731-7035 $8900obo 813-843-2217 INFINITY 2003 M45 load- MITSUBISHI 1997
CORVETTE 1981 Low mi CHEVY 1997 Camaro ed, senior owner new GALANT, 93K mi,
exc original condition Beautiful Car, very clean condition, only 16K mi. Black/lthr int, new tires
manvynewparts show in & out runs great CD, $33,900.813-361-1917 & whis. Good cond.
car, Silver/re 3 500 maint records, cold AC. $3900 obo. 660-238-3310
ibo.Call 813-'05-5307 $4000 obo813-361-4662 Jaguar 1998 XJ8, Saphire Mitsubishi 2000 Mirage,
DODGE 1966 DART 270 CHEVY 1998Cavalier, Red lue exc.cond! 10 disc 2dr, black, Very Good
With 273 Cu In 2dr hard Cpe, 4cyl, 5spd, CD & CD, leather, sunroof, cond., auto, ac, am/fm
top no title' 3 500 spkrsw/amp, new tires, wood grain. $12K OBO, CD, PW, PDL 103K mi.
81 3-7859348 tint, exc cond 63K mi Mustsell!813-991-6661 $3625.813-382-3068.
$40Q0 obo 83-49-2486. JAGUAR 2000 S-Type, MITSUBISHI 2002 Galant
FORD 1930MODEL'A'PU CHEVY 1999 Lumina LTZ Good Cond. Blue w/an ES, V6, auto, 33K mi.
truck running gear, White, 4dr, 6cyl, CD Leather, $14,995. metallic silver, 1 owner,
o reors Engre- thr Power ats, 813-300-4505 exc. cond. $9250.
built, new d C id AC N Exc. Cond. 813-391-1348
side mounts, new interim 00 3-335-1169 JAGUAR 2000 XK8, Pacific NISSAN 1995 200SX 160K
or,runsgt,10.0%compl CHEVY 2001 LUMINA, Blue/Oatmeal, all Mi,Green, A/C,GdTires,
sheet metal neeadsto be 113k mi, only Hwy mi, options including nay, Sunroof, Spoiler Runs
restored.lncl title$7500 grey int, liht green ext. 1i" whis. Beautiful, Good! Call 83-309-2349.
firm. Call 813-996-45-16 $3500 beautiful cond. $28,900. $2100. Can Email Pics.
FORD 1939 DELUXE Con- 813-621-8071 3 5 2 5 9 6 -6 8 7 7, NISSAN 1995.Sentra GXE,
vertible with matching. CHEVY 2003 IMPALA 352-596-0700 4dr, AC good condition,
Trailer. Chevy/Chevy, 86,000 mi Tan, Sedan, KIA SEDONA EX 2002 49K 74K miles, AM/FM cas-
air, all power a rea.- Auto.,2Wb,6Cyl.$9,70 mi, Green, Woodgrn sette. $3 200.
beauty Haines ity. I will (813)917-1001 Leather, Warrainty1 813-767-6780 961-0413
be there for a weekC 6Cyl $10 5
beginning 6/14 Sale CHRYSLER 1994 LEBA- CD,Cruis,6 Cyl$ i NISSAN 1998200SX,5spd,
required. Best offer. RON, Conv, A/C, P/W, Great Value4 108K mi, new brakes &
NC 828-262-1305 or P/S, white, 95K m, new (813)643-9834 tires, AC, radio, great
Cell 863-258-2927 suspension $4000 well LEXUS 1993 L5400 Pearl transportation. $2700
FORD 1966 THUNDER- cared for 352-239-0535 white, mint cond, 126K, obo Call 813-478-4782
BIRD,428cubicinchmo- CHRYSLER2004PTCruis- fulIy loaded, needs Nissan 2003 Altima 2.5S,
torin goodcond,$11,500 er Take over lease now! nothing. Has, 3 mo. warr. MajesticEmerald
No money down.. $6,400 obo 813 220.528 leather less than 12k
352-489-9723 $270/mo on 18 month LEXUS 2003 IS300 Blue miles!Exc.cond.lowner
FORD 1973 Mach I, Fl lease.352 753-3994 manual trans, Must sell $15,500.813-251-2642.
yellow runs great, new Dodge 1998 Avenger red baby on the way. Exc. NISSAN 2004 Z Conv.,
paint dual exhaust, wgray leather int V6 cond 30k m. $24,500 Slvr/Lt Gray, touring
0 obo /trade. al options, newtires (863) 661-2998 opt, 18" whls 1500
813-741-1979 Sony81stereo.$3950 LINCOLN 1977 Mark V, actual mi.91 4 7,500.
CLASSIFIED 813926-12 exc inside/out, true lux- 941-358-7488
IS-ACCESSIBLE DODGE 1999 INTREPID u all on$<hr, 1st $500 Police Impounds.
White, 60k mi, CD all $370 obo 52-583-8290 Hondas, Chevys,
OLDS 1972 CUTLASS S pwr perfcond g.raged. 352-206-5736. Toyotas, etc. from $500.
CONVERTIBLE. NEWLY 8 $5906 LINCOLN 1990 Mark VII For listing 800-749-8167,
RESTORED. Rocket 350. 813-634-7645 Runs $600. FIRM ext4124.
AC Wn/LBrewn $19.850.
0-253-2341 DODGE2000STRATUSES. 813-764-9297 PONTIAC 2000 Grand Prix,
.. .7K mi. good cond. LINCOLN 2001 Continen- loaded, 74k. Perfect. A
TRIUMPH 1980 TR7 Wh te/Grey. A.'C, P'. talPearlWhitew/Grey steal at $6999.
Convertible. 5 speed P W P L. ABS Orales Lthr 1 Owner Gara a 727446-1661.
arua. 76K orig. milei. CC .80.10 3-789-30 oNonmoe 27-446-1661.
I owner. runs greatl,1
iacory a,r erect FORD 1993 TaurUs SHO, $1600727-244-1477 Pontiac 2002 Sunflre SE
con needsanl&to. ~Yamara 3.228HP, 126 : KZD 1999 MIATA, Red, 26K actual ml, 2 dr,
$l.895ono.8l3.391 925 mi, suproof. all ver 37K mi, one owner, a- spd.cd, sunroof mint
goud hshape$15uo0Cal 'r kept i condo, ac, garage kept.
VW 73 Superbeetle. 5un 813-289 -306 9 00. Cal813-963-971 $59563 al 41 ept24
1o30 a8132-e rS075 FORD 1995 Crown PONTIAC 2004 Grand Am,
-3"- Victoria, 98K mi. all MAZDAn2000PROTEGELX showroomcond, loaded
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE., oer. cold a.r- m. wnAdow 4 oEGE V6, mint 2 yr 24K mi
XK Healey MGTrrR3 11 eeveland. $4300.tinted window 4 doear warr, 14K mi, $12,891.
MGA. Any condition. 813-892-5925 auto66 wKarr ,rea 813-962-8058 317-5036
Ca-. Anb wnill ond warranty. $6,495.
CA'H p.6'5 FORD 1996 Crown V-to. Call 77-967-1148 PORSCHE 1969 912, Wht
S; ra Police Car. tint, AC. MERCEDES 1981300SD, ext/Red int, fully
SI s.e.e. e -..... r .- un restored3yrsago, Great
S -45 14uusies s obo.3 rbt- u 9 n8as at! Great t icr! mechanically. $10,900.
41M NL 1997 Royale 813-45-5934
e[ch limo white. 311 FORD 1996 TAURUS S.O, 813-451-2188 PORSCHE 1981928, parts
luxurypotions (TV, VCR, .V8, loaded, 120K mi., im- Mercedes 1983 300 Turbo car. RuCns, tut needs
.bar, rige, etc, crystal pound special.havetite el Blue sunrof workClean title, $1200.
sware) M ou key. Selling fr nduesunroo, 352-650-7832
$1oissware) 'mui eii: *bm linN Or-",good condition.
ofcoutntry muss.-$900 ono.83- 72 1,000 0000
$ b 1Ford 1997 Mustang, Red, 813-917-4300
AI omoboiles automatic, full power Mercede 1988 5 60 SL PORSCHE 1999 CARRERA
649For Sale looks &runs excellent, Roadste2 t CABRIOLET,18K mi.
ACURA 1995 INTEGRA en aexc maintainance. 83-1343240-0218
teal 5-spd, sn rf, A/C, FORD 2001 ESCQRT ZX2 $950 obo. 7-27793-0550 SUBARU 1997 IMPREZA,
dr,117kmi,$4k~ tire-s, Great Graduation Gift! Only 46k mi, cd, new
3D m autotrans 29kmi, ga rMERCEDES198919OE CD, tires, pwr package,4
3-75006b7-16t ond 29400iobreat nrAutolow miles whl dr, $ 900.
8f;7 6 A /C 'A uto, low m de
-7n. cond. 58400 ob) uoof-Ex8ond$50
'AUDI 2000 A6 55,742 mi, 813-994%8 -1 0 081-494-4206" 813-760-96
Tan Wagon Auto., FORD 2001 Mustang MERCEDES BENZ 1991 TOYOTA 1989 CAMRY
AW6 6 Cyf. VlN#: Convertible GT, auto, E ". 1 Wagon, V6, Looks good
WAULH24B2YN065635 V8, leath 46K miles 30052000 m Red, Con- & rns good. PW, PD,
$16 500, Luxury, Zero Bulletwheels$13,9001? ,,,,bl Auto 10 COld ac. $1600,
deducble, bmper 863-873-9583. LowMiles727. 47 727-804-3951
bump6rextende war-
ra Fully Loaded (813) FORD200k3bEscape XLT MERCEDES 1991n 20 SEL TOYOTA 1993 CAMRYlE-
1- tAd luggage rack, exc cond mles Blue/Gre, load- ar, 4 doonrf. Immaculate
BMW200232mi exccond, new this vehics $1750,000 sunroof 900. Conditonl Mustseetoaded,
blk w ray Ithr, fully 813 -6180 Call813-967-6098. (83)713-52 Askin




BMW 2002 1 fern owner, Ford 2003 Thund Waterb MERCEDES 1991 E3SO $ Tyta 2002 CaO 7L
$19 990 813e a 842755369 y mi.black/tan, always XLE, 116K, all pwr, lthr,
atAds, oelec he, curityd ~ 3aged exc. cond. moonrf. runs great,
BMW 2002 330CI convert- $8, s813-655-1241 MERCEDES 2000 C230 TOYOTA 200new3 PartsIUS4250
ble metallicblue, leath- FOR2005MustangGT, Mercedpressor, 1998 ownerC43AM, 81372 miles, excel4-1900lent
1,000. 2165 Teal G e tion V8 pwr rare car, on 40 TOYOTA2000 Camry LE
erBMW 2002 M3 Show Car is 4000 is evMERCEDES 2000 E320, Blac lra automatic,M -
coSMGweathernonkgs,tel available y Ford is 56K mi,Dealer ed LARA Sver oue, A
yr 100k m new wrnty this vehicle plus $10,000 w on 47K miles.$23,500 to., 11,800 ul-4 added
ss813691155 V6 engthn 6k m$36ine, in add on accessories 813-200883 wloy ata ne 2004 Cam exc
(813)286-2526 $5000 down & take over Call 813-967-6098. (813)713-5222
BMW 2002 541 owner payments.Call. Walter MERCEDES 1200998 E320 Toyota 2002 Camry LE
nspol pkg, Ioaed, at wagon, white,. 65K loaded, power, keylest
narakew, mmac80ate HONDA 1989 PRELUDE EX miles, leather, upgrad seae. alarm18,5owner00 CD play-
ll239601224usell COUPE mi, 2 dr, auto, b ik all seats, con,5 fac TOYOTA 2005 eri AVALONcond
i9 l o -18a3 6 roo", m5 1 n 02-W,4 813-254- $11,450.813-810-5541
BMW 2002 M3 convert C 813- 731 MERCEDES 2000 C230 TOYOTA 2003 PRIUS
ble, .MG, 19"-rms, pre- rod- K1ompressor 1 owner 72K miles, excellent
miumcsound, con, seat HONDA 19948 ACIVIcord LX co22Kmvertible Wht,sun,e/Ash warr. Mondvition,earlwhite,
grey, 16k mall options. 140K 2 doo spd, cgr,exccond $18,500 newcon $29K4,500.81943-741-1303













r0e service ule6n $7900 4 1 Gad o 32640066
,000.72 -215 HONTeal Green spoier, pwr b TOYOTA 2004 Camr-y LE
BMW 2002 M3 Show r in. & ,lock A/C, new MERCEDES 2000, E320, Blacgray, automatic,
Ssp sensor, Hrman 0 -00 kept dealer mant 12 miles
Kardon, 19 rims $40K HONDA 1997 ACCORD sport whls splr loaded 813 5054241
813-6901155 33804 653 engine, 85K m, $19,500 mp-g1100. Toyota 2004 C3am246xc
BMW -2003 330i .leather, power every- MERCEDES 2002 CL 500 cond, white w/"beige
U-Edition, red, black thing, exc. cond.$65. Silver.ao AUG .eathey,6cyl,alloywhls,
alcantara, 6 sJd. like 8"2..... pkg, Navsys, Portron- 30K mi. Loaded, must
newCADILLAC 1994 ONDA1997 Civic EX 99k cs, newtires, upgraded see.18,500813-841-3333
239-601-22 mi 2 dr, auto, blk, all seats cony pkg, fac^
Buick 1993 Roadmacn-ster Spwr, moonrf, 1 owner warr8 ml. Pristine. TOYOTA 2005 AVALON
exc cond 6%000 $55,600813-837-2771 XLS, Bea ae virtually
Luxury Wagon, well -8 H 1rnen.v .,anty c nd
4,0000 ot813-453-0124 HODA2000 731 MERCEDES 2002 CLK320 2400m fully uOn
coD" C 1" sreI1 Honda 1998 Accord L convertible White/Ash warr. Iovg ro
$4100 obo83-569-8079 green PW ,., ABS,cold i n, %,2Kmi, newcon- $29K. 813-741-1303
BUICK 1999 REGAL GS, 3.8 RoCerK, 1lowner don,books-9, VLkVO 1996,960 Midnight,
Suer charged,full pwr, ner wrecked all $,1Oayuo1S96ngs; 4blue .wsunrf, 114k mi,
cond. Must sell! 4999 83-417-77 q iS 4dr,25kmi, blue great first car.- t-3256
727-515-3918 HONDA 1998 Ciyic EX w./ b e i 'er, all extras 81-2 .9-9770-
Cadillac 1993 STS, rebuilt auto CD sunrodrf99K I1tfiewcar, 4119W.C
oth.strmiIld AC greatcond. North"07"St 813.6379. VW 1997rCabnro HrLtnh
20, spinarrs w/ ' 1 owner, . $6900; MERCURY 1993 TOPAZ 125K miles, Sspd,6CD,
upgraded exhaust. 727-804-6-,. 86K miles coldAC, runs great4.xc5cond.
$9%00obo. 813-380-4653 HONDA 1999 Civic HX, 30mpg,S1100. Call $4900, 81-3,5-246?
CADILLAC 1994Con- alpower, 6Ik 813-831-8243 VW2000 Jetta GES, silver,
course,aA C ,pollr 3 auto), all power
A/udC f .- W W! $7 'Mercury 1994 Grand warranty, c
ed, Ithr seats, low mi, 813-641-8405Hi961-0584 eny,
runs exc, immac, cond8, 5Marguis, TUlly loaded, $890 81o-882-9379
S4,0OOoti813-463-0124 HONDA 2000 Accord 54.9k Ithr int, 90k miles, pwr:
mi white, sedan, auto, 6 1 p'g, tlyls $7,000 VW 2V, ,E-Ti ,GLI, TDI,
: G aNra ged, $6.700 n F F Sag A w ayi V ith Sa --i r% d ,
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"We didn't want to trust the

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