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NEWS


COURTSS
Son of slain
strawberry farmer
heading to court
on weapons, fraud
charges.
PAGE 3


FESTIVAL
Officials pick slogan
for 2007 Florida
Strawberry Festival.
PAGE 3i


BUSINESS
Local businessman
Mike Sparkman is
selling his 24
convenient stores.:
PAGE 1


SPORTS
Raiders and Cougars
clash in regular-
season high school
football opener.
PAGE 14


INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE I
CLASSIFIED
PAGE 211
CROSSWORD
PAGE 26
LETTERS
PAGE 6


Daddys Home

4-Page Pullout On Return Of Troops Inside


OBITUARIES
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2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserve.
it was a day for hugs and more than a few tears Aug. 17 when 50 members of the
National Guard's 3rd Battalion, 116th Field Artillery Regiment, based in Plant City,
returned home after serving in the Middle East for more than a year. Friends,
family and supporters of the troops lined the route to the Sumpter Lowry Armory
on Airport Road where they were reunited with loved ones. Local dignitaries also
welcomed the troops home. The remainder of the unit, more than 100 soldiers, is
due to return by the beginning of November, according to officials. Above, Plant
City Acting 1st Sgt. William Riley hugs his wife, Heather, while daughter, Haley, 7,
and son, Coley, 4, look on.


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Club Sold

NEW OWNERS PLAN FACILITY UPGRADE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
It took about 100 days from contract to closing,
but a group of seven men and women from the Plant
City-Lakeland area have purchased Walden Lake
Golf and Country Club.
A closing price was not announced, but Meadow-
brook Inc., the former owner of the club, has had the
property on the market for $3.5 million for almost
two years.
Steve Mercer, the most recent leaseholder at the
now closed Plant City Golf Club, is the chief architect
of the deal to buy the 36-hole golf and country club
facility at Walden Lake.
-"This was definitely a group
effort to get the deal done," said
Mercer, 44, a 1980 graduate of Plant
.City High School, who now special-
izes in golf course operations and
maintenance. "Thentv rimes it
looked like the deal was dead. But
hard work revised the negotiations
and on the 21st try the deal was
done."
Mercer Mercer's group, Visions Golf, is
made up of specialists in a variety
of professional fields. The group closed on the con-
tract Aug. 17, Mercer said.
The new owners include Mercer, who is the club's
general manager; and Larry Williams, a Melbourne
resident who plans to move his family to Plant City, is
the corporate controller. Williams has been a partner
with Mercer in golf course management and mer-
chandise sales since 1990. Mercer and Williams will
maintain offices at the club.
Doug and Tavia Cowell of Plant City, were
investment partners with Mercer in forming Blue
Sky Golf, the former lessee at the Plant City Golf Club,
and were instrumental as major contributors in the
Walden Lake purchase. Mercer said the Cowell's
involvement saved the project.
Dale Missildine and his company, Missildine
Construction of Plant City, will have an important
role in the ongoing maintenance and renovation of
the country club property.
Earl Brantley, a Lithia resident, and owner of Earl
Brantley Realty, is an uncle to Mercer. "Earl was
involved in the negotiations to purchase of Walden
Lake G&CC from the beginning," Mercer said. "Earl
was very helpful in pushing the deal through,"
Mercer said.
Tim Bussell ofA&O Mortgage Services of Lakeland
found the lender that helped finance the purchase.
Mercer said Bussell's part in sealing the contract was
the final step in the difficult negotiations.
"Closing the deal, as far as I'm concerned, was
definitely the hard part," Mercer said. "Visions Golfs
primary skill is in the maintenance and operation of
golf and country club facilities. Nowwe can go hands
on to do what is best for the club. We see a lot of up
side here. The club members have met with us and
are enthusiastic about our involvement. Local own-
ership will give a lot back to the club in the way of
facility improvements across the board."
Mercer said there is a priority to the improvements
planned at the club.
"We can't do everything at once. But the golf
courses, the clubhouse, the pro shop, the dining
facilities, the swimming pool and tennis courts are all
on the list for improvements," Mercer said.
Some of the changes planned will include golf
course maintenance and irrigation, expanded res-
taurant hours, menu and increased staff, and an all
inclusive golf shop. None of the upgrades will require
closing any of the operating facilities.


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More than 3 inches of rain
fell in the city Aug. 17, causing
flooding in several areas, an
interruption to emergency
communication systems from
lightning strikes and high
winds that toppled trees onto
a house on Oakwood Estates
Drive.
Thunderstorms, some of
which had wind gusts at more
than 50 mph,. dropped heavy
amounts of rain throughout
eastern Hillsborough County,
according to the National
Weather Service.
Several Plant City roads
were flooded as most of the
rain fell in a one-hour period.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Boulevard, near Alexander
Street, was severely flooded.
Several cars were stalled in the
2 feet of water that accumu-
lated there. Collins Street also
flooded near Prosser Drive,
creating traffic backups in an
area not normally seen under-
water from heavy rains.
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departments were busy last week when a severe thunderstorm
blew through the area, toppled trees, caused flooding and
interrupted power throughout the Plant City area. No injuries
were reported, but the storm, which lasted only about an hour,
dropped almost 4 inches of rain, with winds reported at more
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POLICE LOG

The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department Aug.
6-10:

Aug. 6
Aggravated battery, 1:40
a.m., 100 block of North
Palmer Street
DUI, 2:09 a.m., North Park
Road /East Dr. Martin Luther
Jr. Boulevard
DUI, 2:33 a.m., Alexander
Street/Lowry Street
Retail theft, 5:30 p.m., 1400
block of South Collins Street
Vehicle burglary, 7:15 p.m.,
700 block of North Wilder
Road
Vehicle burglary, 7:20 p.m.,
2300 block of East Cherry
Street
Vehicle theft, 8:30 p.m.,
2200 block of Village Park
Road
Battery, 8:45 p.m., 3500
block of West Baker Street .
Criminal mischief, 9 p.m.,
1700 block of North Park
Road
Drug investigation, 11:30
p.m., 1800 block of James L.
Redman Parkway

Aug. 7
Vehicle burglary, 12:47 a.m.,
200 block of South Waller
Street
Residence home, 5:30 a.m.,
1100 block of West Granfield
Avenue
Battery, 3 p.m., 0-100 block
of Raider Place:'
Burglary residence, 5 p.m.,
400 block of North Frontage
Road
Trespassing, 10:55 p.m.,
1200 block of Townsgate
Court
Vehicle theif,.9. p.m 3100.
block of Sanimorid- Road
Burglary structure, 10:42
p.m., 700 block of North
Collins Street

Aug. 8
Criminal mischief, 1:20
a.m., 1800 block of North
Barnes Street .
Criminal mischief, 2:15
p.m., 1100 block of East Baker
Street
Burglary vehicle, 7 p.m., 400
block of East Renfro Street
Robbery, 8:54 p.m., Mary-
land Avenue/Alabama Street
DUI, 10:45 p.m., West
Reynolds/North Wheeler
streets
Grand theft, 11:20 p.m.,
1800 block of Jim Johnson
Road
Burglaryvehicle, 11:30 p.m.,
2900 block of Wilder Bend
Place

Aug. 9
Vehicle theft, 2:50 a.m.,
1300 block of West Alsobrook
Street
Battery, 6:30 a.m., 100 block
of South Maryland Avenue
Battery, 10:30 a.m.,
Renfro/Warren streets
Identity theft, 12:41 p.m.,
1200 block of West Ball Street
Drug investigation, 1 p.m.,
100 block of North Pearl
Street
Trespassing, 2:17 p.m., 600
block of East Dr. Martin Luther
Jr. Boulevard
Criminal mischief, 4:30
p.m., 500 block of North
Woodrow Wilson Street

Aug. 10
Criminal mischief, 7 p.m.,
200 block of West 'Alexander
Street
Criminal mischief, 7:20
p.m., 2800 block of Pineclub
Drive


Murder Victim's Son Posts Bond NEWS DIGEST


AUG. 30 COURT DATE
Staff Report
The son of a Plant City
strawberry farmer who was
killed earlier this year is out of
jail.
Hillsborough County Sher-
iff's Office detectives arrested
Michael Anthony White, 35,
Feb. 17. He was released Aug.
17 after posting bond of
$37,500, according to the sher-
iffs office. The Hillsborough
County State Attorney's Office
has charged White with grand
theft, scheming to defraud,
identity theft, forgery and two


counts of possession of short-
barreled shotguns. He is due
in court Aug.
30. He could
face 90 years
in prison if
convicted on
".. all counts.
Michael
": Anthony
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.^t. son of Bruce
MICHAEL Earl White,
WHITE who was shot
and killed in
the early hours of Jan. 9 at his
home in Durant. The farm, at
6345 Yukon Road, covers more
than 70 acres, all of it used to


produce strawberries. The
house sits on the south end of
the property, set back from
Durant Road. Other family
members, including Michael,
live on property adjoining the
farm. A routine background
check as part of the murder
investigation led to the fraud
charges, said Debbie Carter,
sheriffs office spokeswoman.
According to sheriffs detec-
tives, Michael White is charged
with stealing $300,000 from
his parents' bank accounts
prior to his father's murder.
The transactions occurred
between Jan. 1, 2005, and Dec,
31, Carter said.


'It's More Than Just Shortcake!'


ORGANIZERS PICK
THEME FOR
2007 FESTIVAL

Staff Report
Everyone in Plant City
knows it, but organizers of the
Florida Strawberry Festival
would like to get the message
out beyond the city limits.
To that end, the theme for
next year's festival will be "It's
More Than Just Shortcake!"
"When a lot of people think
of our festival they think short-
cake and eating, but we are
much more than that," said
Patsy Brooks, general manager
of the festival for the last 11
years. "It's the free entertain-
ment and everything else. It's
really like we say, 'So much to
see foi one small admission
fee.' They can spend the day
out here, but everyone thinks
of us just as strawberries and
shortcake and that's a good
thing they. are thinking that,
but there's more than that as
well."
SThe festival, which usually
draws more than 600,000 visi-
tors to the area, is set for March
1-11. It includes concerts, a
midway, contests, crafts, fine
art, parades, horticulture, live-
stock shows and sales, exhibits
of agriculture, commerce and
homemade goods.
. The artwork was created by
Jackson & Associates of Lake-
land and will be reflected
throughout much of the festi-
val with everyone from exhibi-
tors to parade groups using it
as a basis for their decorations.
Information: 752-9194 or
visit www.flstrawberryfestiva-
L.com.


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Sparkman Sells 24 Convenient Stoi


CIRCLE K STORES purchase the stores from
Sparky's Oil Co. for an undis-

IS NEW WNER closed amount.
Sparkman said he will
By GEORGEH.NEWMN .maintain ownership of three
gnewman@mediageneral.com properties including -his
corporate headquarters on
Former mayor and city East Alexander Street, its adja-
comnmissioner Mike Spark- cent property and land at
man has come to an agree- County Line Road and Inter-
ment with Alimentation state 4, where a McDonald's
Couche-Tard Inc. to sell his restaurant is located.
interesting 24 gasoline stations The sale is subject to stan-
and convenient stores in West dard regulatory approvals and
Central Florida. closing conditions.
On Aug. 17, Couche-Tard, Sparky's total sales for 2005
.based in Laval, Quebec, Can- -were about $83.9 million.
ada, and the holding company According to a confidential-
for Circle K Stores Inc., ity agreement, the purchase
announced an agreement to price cannot be disclosed at


this time.
"We expect the clo
occur in October a
transfer to be complete
ing the first quarter ir
Sparkman said. "Pres
plan to move over
commercial real
business when this is d
All the stores' em
will be retained by t
owner, said Chris Spa
one Sparkman's son
who is a vice presid
Sparky's Oil.
"An important part
agreement was that C
Stores would retain al
employees following
transfer," he said.


Correction
A photo accompanying a
story on a city commission
meeting in last week's edition
of The Courier- "Public Meet-
ings To Discuss Flood Zone
Changes" did not properly
identify Mayor John Dicks.

Child care centers
provide free meals
Golden Rule Childcare Cen-
ters, 104 Golden Rule Lane
and 105 Thrasher Road, are
participating in the U.S.
Department of Agriculture's
Child Care Food program.
Meals will be available at no
charge to enrolled eligible
children at the centers.
Parents/guardians of chil-
dren eligible for free and
reduce-priced meals must
complete an application.
Call: 754-1830.


Public meetings
set for new flood maps
The city's -engineering
department is planning a
series of meetings for the
public to review new flood
maps for Plant City.
The Flood Insurance Rate
Maps were recently issued by
Federal Emergency Manage-
.. ment Agency.
The preliminary maps are
S on [lhie city Web site under the
engineering department's
-. graphical information system
at www.eng.plantcityg-
ov.com.
.Meetings are planned for
Aug. 30 at-3 p.m. at Bruton
SMemorial ti'bra,; 302 McLen-
-. -dfnSt.. and atciy hall,302 W.
Reyniolds St., Sept. 6 at &p.m.
and Sept. 13 at 3 p.m.
Fox more information, call
the engineering department
at 659-4200.

School board candidate
plans town hall meeting
Hunter Gambrell, a candi-
,,. date for the Hillsborough
CounrySchool Board District
4 seat presently held by:Jenni-
fer Faliero. will host a town
all meeting. Aug. 30 ate7 p.m.,
in the Bruton Memorial
Library :302 McLendon St.
Gambrell, 19, has invited
Faliero to attend the meeting
and to join in an open discus-
sion of school issues. The Dis-
trict 4 seat encompasses Plant
City and most of eastern Hills-
1^G borough County, including a
portion of Brandon, Lithia,
P-' Riverview, Seffner and Val-
M.,;I rico.

Wilder Road traffic calming
Hillsborough County offi-
cials plan a public meeting at
re Marshall Middle School, 18 S.
res Maryland Ave., to discuss traf-
fic speed and/or volume on
Wilder Road near the inter-
sections of North Frontage
)sing to Road and Knights Griffin
nd the Road.
ted dur- The meeting, Aug. 28 at 6:30
a 2007," p.m., is part of Hillsborough
sently I County's Neighborhood Traf-
to the fic Control Program, which
estate was established by the county
lone." to provide a variety of solu-
ployees tions for reducing excessive
he new traffic and/or speeding along
arkman, neighborhood roads.
is, and A recommendation to the
lent for county commission on solv-
ing the traffic problem will be
: of the based on a series of meetings
Circle K between an independent
1 of our Neighborhood Traffic Control
g the -Hearing Master and neigh-
borhood residents.


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THURSDAY
New, used children's books wanted
United Food Bank & Services of Plant
City is collecting children's books for
underprivileged children, ages 1-10.
The group's goal is to put 1,000 books
into the hands of those children that
struggle with reading.
United Food Bank, 712 E. Alsobrook St.,
Suite 9, will be accepting book donations
Aug. 24 from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Information: Linda Lawson, 764-0625.

Strong Leader Award dinner
The annual 2006 Strong Leader Award
dinner, sponsored by the Plant City Family
YMCA, is set Aug. 24 from 6:30 to 9 p.m., at
the Ramada Plantation House, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Cindy Churchill, director of
Steppin' Stone Farm Inc., is this year's
award recipient.
Information: 757-6677 pr e-mail scot-
t.warren@tampaymca.org.

Turkey Creek Class of 1961
The Turkey Creek High School Class of
1961 is planning the group's 45-year reun-
ion and is trying to locate the following
classmates: Louise (Brown) Graves, Betty
Jean (Hall) Sadler, Ronald Highsmith,
Sylvia Holmes, Joann (Houck) Armachain,
Chuck McIntosh and Grantland Pate. A
meeting is planned for Aug. 24 at 6:30 p.m.
at BuddyFreddys, 1101 Goldfinch Drive.
Call: Elaine (Rodgers) Lister, 752-0118.

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Benefit barbecue
A benefit barbecue for the Cork-Knight
Volunteer Fire Department will take place
Aug. 26 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the fire
station, 5302 W. Thonotosassa Road.
Dinner will include chicken, baked beans,
coleslaw, a dinner roll and a 12-ounce
soda. Cost: $7. Tickets are available in
advance at the station.

PCHS Class of '86
Plant City High School Class of 1986 will
have its. 20-year reunion Aug. 26 at the
Buena Vista Palace at the Walt Disney
World Resort in Orlando. Information:
classofl986pc@verizon.net.

SUNDAY
New member tea
The Junior Women's Club plans a new
member tea Aug. 27 at 3 p.m. at the group's
clubhouse, 1110 N. Wheeler St. Prospective
members are invited to come learn about
the club. Call: (863) 409-6641.

MONDAY
Budget workshop, commission meeting
The Plant City City Commission will have a
budget workshop Aug. 28 at 4 p.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St., with a
city commission meeting following at 7:30
p.m. at the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal
Building, 302 W. Reynolds St.

TUESDAY
Agritech
The Florida Strawberry Growers Associa-
tion will host Agritech 2006, an education
session and trade show, Aug. 29-30 at the
John R. Trinkle Center at Hillsborough
Community College, 1206 N. Park Road.
Agricultural growers will have the chance
to learn about the latest technology and
growing information, and meet and talk
with other growers. Registration is $50 per
grower and $350 per exhibitor. Call: Julie
Chandler, 752-6822.

WEDNESDAY
Blood drives
Florida Blood Services has several blood
drives scheduled in the Plant City area.
Upcoming blood drives include: Aug. 30, 8
a.m. to 3 p.m., South Florida Baptist Hospital,
301 N. Alexander St. Call 1-800-682-5663 or
visit www.fbsblood.org for information.

Soccer sign-ups
Plant City Family YMCA, 1507 YMCA Place,
is hosting soccer league sign-ups for ages 3 to
9 beginning on Aug. 30. Participation is free to
facility members, $45 for community mem-
bers. Season begins Oct. 21. Call: 757-6677.


Around


Picks of the Week


Photo courtesy of Durant Music Boosters

Yard sale benefits band
Parents and boosters of the Durant High School Band plan a yard sale from 8 a.m. to
noon Aug. 26 at Sunshine State Federal Savings, 2400 James L. Redman Parkway. The
sale will help pay for a trip the band plans to make to perform in the Fiesta Bowl in
Arizona later this year. Call: 737-4004.


Gospel extravaganza
A Musical Extravaganza of Love with special guests The Gospel Warriors and The
Traveling Stars, both of Tampa, is set Aug. 26 at 6 p.m. at St. Mary's Community
Church, corner of Laura and Knight streets. The event also features All National

Pentecostal of Winter Haven, Paulette Stephens, The Right Choice, The Tampa Boyz,
The Tampa Girls, Soloman & Soloman of Daytona Beach, and the Florida Gospel
Ensemble of Lakeland. Dinner will be served. Call: 759-0874.
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Winery fire sale
Keel & Curley Winery, 5210 Thonotosassa Road, just west of Forbes Road, plans a
fire sale this weekend. Chief executive officer Ryan Keel, left, Lisa Deneka, market-
ing manager, and winemaker Chase Marden are determined to shrug off the loss,
they said. While 20,000 bottles of wine were destroyed during a fire caused by
lightning earlier this month, 7,000 bottles were salvaged and will be on sale this
weekend. Although the bottles show signs of fire damage, they still hold fine wine
and will be sold at the half-price sale ($7.50 each), with no limit on the number. The
sale runs from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Aug. 26 and 1 to 6 p.m., Aug. 27. Call: 610-5468 or visit
www.keelandcurleywinery.com.


(LUB (LIPS
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of
Plant City meets at 7:30 p.m.
on the third Thursday of the
month at the First United
Methodist Church Wesley
Center.
Call Don Rainard, 707-
0331.

Square-dancing lessons
Square dances and square
dancing lessons are held on a
regular basis at Strawberry
Square, 4401 Boot Bay Road.
Information: 752 0491 or
www.floridadanceweb.com/
strawberry.

Florida A&M Alumni
The Florida A&M Univer-
sity National Alumni Associ-
ation's Plant City chapter
meets every fourth Monday
at 6:30 p.m. at Mount Moriah
Missionary Baptist Church,
911 E. Warren St.
Call: Bea Crowell, 752-
0451.

PCHS Class of 1951
-The Plant City High
School Class of 1951 meets
the second Tuesday of the
month at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St. Call: 752-
8479.

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

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

Infant, child safety
seat checks
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander
St., offers infant and child
safety seat checks on Fridays
in the main hospital lobby.
Call: 754-4444.

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

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

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




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City Needs To Ban Personal Fireworks


T he smoke has long since cleared from Indepen-
dence Day 2006, but some Plant City residents are
still fired up about the noise and danger fireworks
pose to their community. Celebrating the Fourth
of July with parades and fireworks is about as American
as, well, the national anthem and hot dogs at a baseball
game.


On Aug. 28, Plant City
commissioners will meet for a
public hearing to listen to
arguments for and against a
stricter ban on the use of
fireworks in the city.
We'd never want it to rain on
our parade, for all that it
represents, but do we really
want to throw cold water on
our fireworks?
If some residents and
officials of Plant City have their
way, that's exactly what's going
to happen.
Opponents argue that their
right to fireworks is as inalien-
able as the right to free speech,
and giving up fireworks would
be as painful as a drunk giving
his wife the key to the liquor
cabinet.
For many, fireworks are an
inherited right to celebrate
America's freedom and
democracy. For some, they
make cool noises, burst and
explode into bright colors. For
others, they make annoying
loud sounds in the middle of
the night causing babies to cry,
birds to flee and dogs to howl
uncontrollably.
But one thing is for sure: In


JERRY
LOFSTROM


Plant City, both legal and illegal
fireworks are big business.
The imperative question
before the city commissioners
regarding this issue should be:
Does everyone have the right to
get a big bang out of the Fourth
of July?
No matter the cost? No
matter the danger?
Typically, the vocabulary in
Florida newspapers just before
and after July 4 focuses on
words such as "sparklers" and
"cherry bombs." The words
"fires" and "injuries" soon
follow.
With the array of illegal


fireworks available in Plant City
leading up to Independence
Day, residents, whether they
like it or not, live in a war zone.
Shells going off on the ground,
rockets exploding overhead;
families trying to navigate the
family sedan through neigh-
borhoods caught in a cross fire,
from bottle rockets, Roman
candles or fireworks that zip
through the air or explode in
ball of flames.
Plant City Fire Chief George
Shiley likened the night of July
4 last year to "a war zone."
But the question is this:
Should city commissioners
tighten the rules on the sale
and use of fireworks within the
city limits?
Of course they should.
Police Chief Bill McDaniel
says, "private use of fireworks
are inherently dangerous and a
public safety issue in our
community. Every year our 911
dispatching units, as well as
regular police phone lines, are
flooded with calls from citizens
complaining about the noise
created by fireworks. So along
with the danger of fireworks it's
a quality of life issue, an
infringement on the rights of
others."
The problem with the
proposed ordinance is that it
does not go far enough; all
private use of fireworks in Plant
City should be banned.
Anything short of a full ban is
like having prohibition and
leaving the liquor store open.
Many of us, at least those


who outlived childhood with
our body parts intact, remem-
ber fireworks fondly, and why
not? Fireworks conjure up
happy times, lazy summer
days, family barbecues, and a
time in our youth when
watching fireworks explode
and burn was as alluring as
"Hopalpng Cassidy" on a
Saturday morning.
But we can't let those
memories blind us, if you'll
pardon the pun, to what has
become a public safety issue.
The inescapable fact is that
fireworks have the potential to
maim, kill, cause major
property damage, and are a
huge source of consternation
for the police, the fire depart-
ment, EMS and hospital
emergency rooms.
Arguments in favor of
continuing firework sales in
Plant City include tradition,
patriotism, personal liberties,
and of course the money raised
for community and civic
groups. But raising money for
these community groups does
not exonerate them from
selling dangerous products that
wreak havoc in the same
communities they serve.
Sanctioned, public firework
displays in the hands of trained
pyrotechnicians are a much
better, perfectly patriotic and
far less dangerous way to
celebrate the Fourth of July.

Editor's noteJerry Lofstrom
is a Plant City businessman.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Mayor up

front with

answers

I would like to take this
opportunity to commend
Mayor Johnny Dicks relative to
his interview with The Tampa
Tribune in its commentary
section July 30.
He was up front with all his
answers and stated his view
regarding the county mayors
proposal in saying he was for it.'
Those in Plant City that are
afraid Tampa would rule and
Plant City would lose its
identity miss the point. In my
opinion, Tampa voters for
many years have allowed us to
elect people from Plant City or
eastern Hillsborough County.
All you have to do is check the
record. Qualified candidates
cari be elected. Some local
politicians might lose their
identity, along with county
government, but not Plant City
as a community.
Mayor Dicks is a class act,
knowledgeable, diplomatic and
does not offend others in any of
his remarks, but he will get the
job done.
James T. Pollock
Plant City


All parties to

blame for

slavery

I recently read a column in
The Tampa Tribune on the
slavery reparations movement.
It left me to wonder, why is it
always the United States that
bears all the blame and atten-
tion for slavery when it was a
worldwide problem?
We never hear any mention
of Brazil, the worst in history,
or the British Empire that
didn't totally end slavery until
1922, 57 years after the Civil
War.
The Arabs'were huge slave
traders, as well as North Africa,
which at one time had more
than 1 million white slaves,
which were more than the
number of black slaves brought
to America.
The region of West Africa
was one of the great slave-
trading regions of the conti-
nent before, during and after
the Europeans arrived. It was
the Africans who enslaved their
fellow Africans, selling some of
these slaves to Europeans or to
Arabs and keeping others for
themselves. Even at the peak of
the Atlantic slave trade,
Africans retained more slaves


for themselves than they sent
to the Western Hemisphere.
I'm confident that by now
many of you who are reading
this are wondering why you've
never heard this part of the true
history of slavery. There's no
doubt that you've never heard
or seen it on television or read
it in any of your history books.
Let's make one thing totally
clear: slavery was and is a
terrible crime against human-
ity. But if we are to demand
apologies, then it should be
imperative that all the guilty
parties be recognized and be
required to apologize, and to
make reparations, not just the
United States alone!
Gary Keeler
Plant City


Column

missed point

on stem cell

research

In response to Jerry Lofs-
trom's column advocating stem
cell research on some embryos
because they're going to be
destroyed anyway- "President
Wrong On Stem Cell Veto," July
27 these are children from the


moment of conception and it is
wrong to kill them at any point
of their development.
Every child should be the
result of a loving union bet-
ween a husband and a wife so
that God is the cause of his
creation. It is wrong for doctors
and scientists to play God and
make children in petri dishes.
A sad thing is that many
women could avoid getting
cancer by not taking birth
control pills which also cause
sterility and a myriad of other
problems that studies have
linked directly to the pill. It
works most of the time not by
keeping you from getting
pregnant, but in fact by killing
the baby after it's conceived so
that every month you have to
wonder, is this normal or is this
a little dead baby?
The big drug companies
don't want you to know this,
however, because they're
making billions of dollars off
the dead babies and more
billions from the meds you
have to take when the pills give
you cancer.
Two things we must always
remember: A baby is a baby
from the moment of concep-
tion and God says thou shall
not kill.
Sandra Kelly
Plant City

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NEWS BRIEFS

Bookmark contest for kids
In celebration of Hills-
borough County's Hispanic
Heritage, Hillsborough County
Public Libraries Cooperative is
presenting the third annual
bookmark contest for children
in kindergarten through fifth
grade, Sept. 15 to Oct. 15.
Children may pick up an
entry form at any library
branch and use crayons,
markers, or colored pencils to
design a bookmark celebrat-
ing "Our Hispanic Heritage."
Entries need to be returned
to any library branch no later
than Oct. 15.
Winners will be announced
during Children's Book Week
Nov. 13-19.
There will be two categories:
Kindergarten through second
grade and third through fifth
grade.
The first place winner in
each category will receive a
Savings Bond of $100 and 100
of their bookmarks.
The second place winners
will receive a $50 Savings Bond
and 100 of their bookmarks.
Information: 273-3652, Ext.
2 or visit hcplc.org.

Strawberry Festival steer
show, sale weigh-in Aug. 26
The steer weigh-in for the
2007 Florida Strawberry Festi-
val steer show and sale is set
for 6:30 to 11 a.m. Aug. 26 at
Durant High School, 4748
Cougar Path.


Steers will be checked in,
tattooed and ear-tagged .
Animals must weigh a min-
imum of 550 pounds and a
maximum of 800 pounds.
The steer show and sale is
March 7-10 at the Florida
Strawberry Festival.
The 72nd annual Florida
Strawberry Festival is March
1-11.
Information: Jim Jeffries,
707-7061.
Youth Community Law Fair
needs sounds system, video
Organizers of the 2006
Youth Community Law Fair,
set for Sept. 15 at the Plant
City Courthouse, need a
sound system and video for
the event.
"We need a sound system
so that the student's questions
can be heard," said Kimberly
Smoot, who is helping orga-
nize the event. "Also, we
would like to have the event
video taped so that we may
play the video in our lobby."
With exhibitors from area
legal and social service orga-
nizations, the event aims to
educate young people about
the ramifications of violence
in the classroom or driving
under the influence.
Among the events planned
for the fair are a mock crimi-
nal trial depicting an assault
on a student and a teacher,
and a panel discussion where
law enforcement, judges,
attorneys, teachers, and other
professionals discuss how to
pursue these professions.
Information: 757-3871, Ext.
201.


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Classmates




Off To Iraq


John and Denise Simpkins
recently went to Camp
Lejeune, N.C., to see their son
off to Iraq. Cpl. John Simpkins
and Lance Cpl. Joel Snivley,
both Plant City High gradu-
ates, left on a seven-month
deployment to Iraq July 27.
They are attached to the U.S.
Marine Corps 2nd Battalion
8th Marines Infantry Unit.
This is Simpkins' second tour
of the Middle East.

Hull continues tradition
of caring
Jon Hull has returned home
to Humble, Texas, after visiting
Africa and working with
Compassion International and
The Child Survival program.
Jon is the son of the late Milton
and Patsy Hull of Plant City.
Patsy helped start the South
Florida Baptist Hospital Pink
Ladies Auxiliary and Milton
served as a city commissioner
and was vice president of First
National Bank in Plant City.
During Milton's U.S. Marine
Corps military career -
spanning World War II, Korea
and Vietnam he was
awarded a Silver Star and three
Purple Hearts. Jon, currently
vice president of Operations
for the Christian radio station
KSBJ near Houston, visited
Kenya, Nairobi and other
poverty-stricken areas.
Compassion works with
churches and sponsors
children in these areas,
including those with HIV/
AIDS. I'm told Jon is a mentor
to Christian radio pro-
grammers around the world.
He and wife Karen live in
Humble along with daughters
Anna, a first-year college
student, and Megan, married
to Adam Larson. Jon's
brother, Jeffery, is a retired
U.S. Marine Corps colonel
who lives in Havelock, N.C.

Well done Marcia
Marcia McKeel, daughter of
Graham and Julianne McKeel
of Tampa, and granddaughter
of the late Jean Ann Ramsdell
Cone, a longtime Plant City
resident, has received recog-
nition in the August edition of
Florida Architecture maga-
zine. Marcia, a graduate
student of Parsons School of
Design in New York City,
converted an old.warehouse
in the Channelside district of
Tampa into an impressive
and beautiful stainless steel,
acrylic, concrete loft. Con-
gratulations, Marcia.

School thanks Caple's Nursery
Cork Elementary sends a
big thanks to Caple's Nursery


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


of Plant City for providing the
beautiful plants and flowers
for the students' "Watch Us
Grow" project.
The teachers chose the
theme this year as a commit-
ment to growing great minds
and making education
enjoyable.

It's a 'wonderful' life
I used the word "wonderful"
the other day and a friend said
it should be taken out of the
dictionary. I admit I look at life
through rose-colored glasses.
Though I see evil in the world,
I'm always alert to find good in
people or learn a good lesson.
from a bad experience.
My grandfather, a net fisher-
man, taught me not to run the
net too wide or fish escape. As
a nation, and individually, I
feel sometimes we do just that.
Common sense and Christian
values are lost.
Take for example, a little
boy who chased a playmate
during recess yelling "I'm
gonna shoot you in the
butt!" That wasn't nice to say
to a little girl (or anyone for
that matter), but did it
warrant involving two sets of
parents, a teacher, numer-
ous phone calls, apologies,
and class observation of the '
offender by a school admi-
nistrator, only to conclude
the kids were very sweet five
year olds adjusting to the
first week of school?
What's happened to the
gentle rod (or word) of
correction? Then there's the
young mother who told me
she was going to let her kids
decide what church they
want to attend when they
grow up. Did she know that
a youngster's value system is
pretty much set by age 8?
Plant City Rev. Earl Smith
recently gave a sermon on
the Middle East. Admitting
there are complex issues, he
said those fighting have one.
thing in common they
worship the God of Abraham.
Biblical history says the


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Above, two PCHS graduates
John Simpkins, left, and Joel
S Snivley headed to Iraq on the
Same day. At left, the Hull
S family have a strong history of
caring for others. Standing
from left are Adam Larson,
SAnna Hull and Jon Hull. Seated
.are Megan Larson and Karen
-'---- Hull. Below, Cork Elementary
School students, Ethan
A 41Ohnstad, left, Skylar North
i 'Uand Sofia Negrete are learning
1 how to grow plants and
flowers donated by Caple's
Nursery.


trouble started when Abra-
ham and his wife took
matters in their own hands
and complicated God's plan.
Rev. Smith also told the story
of America's notorious killing
feud, the Hatfields and the
McCoys. It started over a pig.
Some think having so many
area churches is bad, but I
appreciate the role churches
should and must take as
guardians of a community.
The more the better.
I'm thankful for teachers
who reinforce Christian
values to feisty little boys and
girls, and for church leaders
who remind us that evil isn't
just a figure of speech.
The pig story, I really
liked. A pig is not worth
fighting over. You can and
should share your pig with a
neighbor, but not the whole
town, or all you'll get is
essence of pig soup.
I try and let God take care
of things I can't do anything
about. As a six-year cancer
survivor, my glasses are
rosier than ever.
Life is remarkable, which is
another word for wonderful.

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Charlie Griffini Rd.
M of .39-S. "52-3351
Fort .4laifa: Corner o"f toulh Iln'. .39
Sit tille Rat. "'J 4t56
Kp wille SRi 4O. "1-). 0
Ifoeuntl ion.
1-4 at honotoassat Rd. "52-1614
Pleasant Grore.
Turkel (reelk Rld. ".3' 352'9
I ic/orn Norship (enhi
countyy line Rd. "54-6089
Sdnev: Srdne, Rd. tI1O mi EI
of Srdney-Dorer Rd. 659-0532
Iirke, (reek:
Turker (reek Rd. "54-53"2
BAPTIST
.hara: Turke (Creek Rd,
,. of SR 60. "3"-3'39
.4iafla Baptist: 222 .4afla churchh Rd.
634-8845
Antiloch: Horton Rd. "" .3240
Berea: SR 39 .5 "3.1232
Bethan: Cork Rd. '52-9209
Bethel: 804 I. Renfro 51. 54-.2239
Beulah: .11en & Count' line Rd.
lthia. -3* 1122
Bible: h(arlie Griffin Rtd,
"'52-28"5
Burhumood Temple: Ineid Dr Cr
SR 5"1. "52-3'82
Caloarn Free Will:
3539 Trapnell Rd .
Cedar Grove. E. Kersille Rd,
-3-1234
Central of lifitia.
Pinecresl & Keys ille Rd
Church on the Rock:
30/ E. .sobrook. -52-3140
Community, Christian:
1310N Shannon Are. '"5-5383
Crossroads: R 39 5,. Pinecrest.
"3'-1211
(ounintrside Baptist Chumrch.
133122 Srdnet Rd. 51.-8200
Dorer First: A. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun 51.
"51-2681
East Thonolosassa. ,Ilnlosh
& Knigbihs-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primil/te:
808 I'. Washington St. '"5 666/
FirsI Baptist Church of tldway:
Midway Rd. '52.'209
First Baptist l ithia:
Intersection of 5R39 &
llthia-Pinecresf Rd. "3" 1121
Firs/ Plant Citr:
503 A. Palmer. "52 4104
First Thonotosassa Missionart.
WIlntosh Rd. 986.-4 56
Harmony Baptist church :
6008 t. Knights Griffin Rd. 986 '"165
Hopenearer. 56'-55i8
Hopeunell- 5R9 5. 3".3053
Knights: Paul Bucnnan HuI.
"52-19-2


leflanon. Bram-h Forbes Rd,
"522006
tone Oak. lone Oak Rd, '"5 52"8
iMount Iloriah Freeuill:
Warren & ohnson t5. "54-4139"
.Ifount Moriah Freeuill:
2042 olson Rd, "3"'-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball it.
'5#-3831
Nem' Hope Freeull1
Baptist Church:
31015 rdneI, Doer Rd.. DoRer
Aeu Mt. lion Freenill-
301I Daniels Rd.. "52-3985
,orthside.
I-00 \. Franklin St. "52-2-9
Oaknood.: Airport Rd, "52 5499
Plant ilt. Prinmiite.
509A. FiersSIt. "54-3261
Pleasant G6roe First.
Firkes (reek Rd. "3"-2556
Shilob Baptist Cumrdch
905 W: Terrace Dr., -54-"445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road.
5 4- 48'9
St. luke ltissionanr.
108 5. larnell S. "54- 992
St. Man,'s Freeuill.
Hunieer & warren 51, "54-6853
St. Itar.' lissionar,':
1801 S.R 60E.. "3"-3668
St. Ifar 's Communitr COnhuh:
90" F. Inura St. "51-1616
iednei: 1510 (re Rd. 659.1502
Furkee (reek Coninuniilty
Baplist (hum'r:
5H" Fnitker Creek Rd.
81j."3' 1221
htrker (reek First:
frapnell Rd. "52-"890
I it/orn M.Isionaci. Maki IlR
reh/one Baptist: 11308 Rehcome
Church St. ( 813/ "."-2288
iestside: 2503 If. ranfled .4re.
"52. 450
Sbhitelmrst Rd: 901 N. 9hilehurst Rd.
'54-5405

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little inion: 15510 countyy Rd 39.
tilhia, 63.4-4'"5
Salem Primitive:
101)2 Saleni Curch Rd.. Siddnm

CATHOUC
St. element : 1104I Alexander St.,
"52-8251

CHURCH OF CHRIST
,. ilder Rd: 938,5. Wilder Rd.
52-2-1
Cork: Cork Road. '52-1521
laumra 51: 1310 E. laura St.
"52-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd. "51-1485

CHRISTIAN
(Disciples ot Chrinst
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd.
'52-5385


CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
(ornerstone Christian:
Mctnlosh Rd. ,of SR 5'4

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Aec, Grace: 121- F. Laura St

CHURCH OF GOD
iilieveland Tenn I
('atorr Connunit.:
5209 .mith-Rvals Rd
Doer: Doenmuing St. 659-2900
Plant (Cir: 2103 Mndlake Rd. '52- 4591
Iurkey Creek: .arkey Creek Rd
at SR 60.'3' "1331
Fhonotosassa:
1'02 V. liqlorRd, 986-1916

CHURCH OF GOD
lAndersonr Iridlnal
Ktngsnai' First. 2808 Kingscuai .A..
Seflner. 65"-"500
Plant (l-I Grace Fellouiship
"13. Ilsobrook St. 361-8190
tirst: \. Gordon and Baker 51,
"52-6438
Gospel tabernacle: Allen & Haines S/


EPISCOPAL
St Peters: 301I (ares 51.
"52-5061

FULL GOSPEL
Destinyr Crmurcb of Plant Cit'
1112 A. /hbeelerSt.,
813.659-2181

HOLINESS
Delicerance tabernacle.
S08 I. Grant St.
Refuge C(bur/ch iOur ord/:
'28 II. Ball St.

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel aIbermc le:
2.111 Sianemmcls Rd. "54-384.3
Resorealion issembhlt:
106 S.Evers St.
[ angelists forf.esus Tabernacle:
SR 5"4. F. of DoRer. 659-0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Calham Chapel Plant City:
1310 \orth Sannon Are.., 892-0510
(brislian Grom-lh (enter:
1310,. Shannon. "19.2909
Covenant Bible (hunih:
1408 1. lonlin S. "5. 1 133
Deeper life Fellou ship
Corilla Rd. M of SR 39 \
Ret i al Outreach (ener
225 \. Dover Rd. 6,1. 2250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall: 3202 5. Man',land .le.
'52-33.45

LAfTER-DAY SAINTS
( hn of j.lesus (Cbrlist LDS:
1805 A. Park Rd, '52-6364

LUTHERAN
Hope IC15: 2001 Park Bird. '52--622
lord of life U(A:
210- Mud Lake Rd, '52-6064

NAZARENE
Plant lti/' Communlh'
Chunrh of the .azarene
2402 ltudlake Road. 52- "863

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel Fellou ship:
I.Mclin.mie.
Full gospel Fabernacle:
211 Sammonds Rd. '"54-3843

Greater lore Christian Center:
I109 A. Franklin St. "59-82'0
Impact Family Worship (enter.
Meets at Seffner Flementar,
School. 657-"914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 F. Renfo S1. "64-0929
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 F. Hillsbomugh Ave. "'5-26'4
I nit Chbrist Church:
1911 ,. Gordon St, 659-2624
Jouman's Praise and Norship Center:
1.5.921

ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Orthodox Church.
3820 Moores lake Rd, DoIer. 659-0123

PENTECOSTAL
Greater Heights Family
Worship Center:
3301 lemons Rd, "'5-"088
litling Vaters Foursquare
Cmrn-h: 602 S. lEers St. '59-0528
Nen' Hope WIorship (enter:
803 W. iahoney t. '"5-6123

PENTECOSTAL HOUNESS
DoRer: MIoore lake 6 Holiness
Church Rd. 659-1301
(hun'h of the living God:
1102 IVler 51. '"5-5840

PRESBYTERIAN
Fiangelhcal Plant (ilr':
110' (harlie Griffin Rd. '59-938.
in rs Presbilerian Plant (I/i:
4/H It. Resnolds St. '52-4211


SANCTIFIED HOUNESS
Walk with God ministryy:
15140 R 5'". rmer. 659-0930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant Cit': 2203 Strau'berm' Dr,
"52 4694

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, INC
S /I"f- ingle gain Fellou shi
[rangelismn" 2011 Soulth IIiggns Rd..
"54-3224

SOUTHERN METHODIST
First. 103 Ui. ohlmon Rd.
'54 5968

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. tVark I tilled (ihunh:
29114 lilhria Pinerest Rtd, Valrico,
685-0998

UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W. am Allen Rd.
"51.3233
Dot er First: Moore s lake Rd at
Ihelhodist Church Rd. 659-1.15
First Plahnt (th i 303A tiel it.
"514 i/9
Grace: 180/ 1. (hem-, St. 659 F'18
Sunset Hei1ghLt: Ialer Dr. "541 2-l
Springheadl: 215 sparkmiian Rd
-52. 5-51
it luke: 09 E. laura 5., "5" 6051
flionolosasa: Fort King Her' at
Mtislletoe r.. 986-135
Irinitl Plant (/c:it
402 II. english St. '52-9.16

WORD OF FAITH
Faith Outreacuh (umrch of Plant C(it
H( Plant lit' Oampus,/
Johnl R inkle Building
1206 NIorth Park Rd.. '59-92'3




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Plant Cir\Y

Pastor's Message 8/27/06
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Sunday at 9:00 a.m
Sunday Worship Services
10 15 a.m and 6:00 p m.
Tuesday 6- 30pm
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Wednesday Worship 6:15 p.m.
Acti'ieIis or Children
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905 W. Terrace Dr. ..n _,d H,. r,,..',.
752-8345


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Saturday Vigil Mass:
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3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
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Ph. 754-5278
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from chamber Chairman
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Detective Rick WarneU is retiring from the Plant City Police
Department after a 20-year career.



Detective Retires



After 20 Years


RICK WARNELL LED
FORENSIC TEAM
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Detective Rick Warnell is
retiring from the Plant City
Police Department after a 20-
year career.
Warnell's not planning to
retire from law enforcement
entirely, but is looking to
spend more time with his fam-
ily while seeking a position
with another agency.
"I enjoy what I do. I have
made a lot of friends here,"
Warnell said. "But this is
something I have been
thinking about for over two
years. This is the right thing for
me and my family."
Warnell, 43, was the first
and only forensic evidence
officer on the force.
"Rick went from patrol offi-
cer to detective, and then to
forensic specialist," said Police
Chief Bill McDaniel. "He
helped improve our crime
scene and forensic skills with a
lot of training and hard work."
Warnell was first
approached by the city's
police department when he
was on the verge of graduating
from Polk County Community
College's police academy in
1986. Since then he has moved


up through the ranks and was
promoted to detective. During
the past 10 years, his duties
included heading up the
department's forensic evi-
dence team. McDaniel is now
in the process of replacing
him.
"We are looking to a St.
Petersburg college forensic
program graduate to take ovei
where Rick left off," McDaniel
said.
Warnell was born in Mar-
shalltown, Iowa, and moved
with his parents to Polk
County in 1970. He attended
Landmark Christian School,
but received a GED from the
Polk County School System
just prior to his enlistment in
the U.S. Marine Corps. During
his three-year enlistment,
Warnell was stationed in Oki-
nawa, Japan, and Camp
Lejeune in North Carolina. He
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Navy warship in the Mediter-
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"When I came home, I knew
I wanted to get into law
enforcement," Warnell said.
The 11 years he spent on
patrol were his favorite, he
said. But, discounting domes-
tic disputes, Warnell said he
most enjoyed working with
the public.
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DEATHS


Dykes
Flossie Estelle Dykes, 90, of
Dover died Aug. 7.
She was born in Okeecho-
bee and was a longtime resi-
dent of Plant City.
She was a homemaker.
She, is survived by five sons,
Dewilton W. Raulerson, John
W. Dykes and Charles T. Dykes,
all of Alabama, and Mitchell I.
Dykes and Frank D. Dykes, both
of Dover; 10 grandchildren; and
27 great-grandchildren.
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Silas
Mazie E. Silas, 76, of Dover
died Aug. 13.
She was born in Crenshaw,
Ala., and came here from Opp,
Ala., in 1952.
She was a homemaker and
attended St. Cloud Church of
God.
She is survived by a son,
James G. of Keysville; a
daughter, Terri Smith of Plant
City; and two grandsons.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.


Williams
Ollie Williams, 93, of Lake-
land died Aug. 13.
She was born in-Georgia
and moved to Lakeland from
Plant City in 1964.
She is survived by five sons,
Andrew, Wilt and Bob, all of
Lakeland, Lawton of Jackson-
ville and Frank of Waco, Texas;
a sister, Nell Guthrie of Macon,
Ga.; 12 grandchildren; 18
great-grandchildren; and 15
great-great-grandchildren.
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and Funeral Chapel, Lakeland..

Staggs
Danny L. Staggs, 49, of Plant
City died July 30.
He was born in Florence,
Ala., and was a tree surgeon.
He is survived by his wife,
Billie; two sons, D.J. Skeens of
New York and Steven Finch of
Ohio; two daughters, Tina
Owens of Tennessee andAshley
Forber of Florida; four brothers,
Ronnie, Donie, Dennis and
Arthur "Mac," all of Dover; four
sisters, Conie Edenfield and
Alice Sullivan, both of Dover,
Bonie Davis of Plant City and
Judy Hatley of Tampa; and two
grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
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LETTERS
Continued From Page 6

Reader shares

her disgusting

veggie

The reading of Lois Kindle's
article in reference to distasteful
vegetables brought to my mind
similar childhood memories.
My disgusting vegetable
dish was succotash, although
I wasn't as resourceful as Lois
and her friend. I always ended
up having to eat it.
The article also brought a
smile to my face because
when my daughter Carolyn,
now 36, was a child, I would
ask her what she wanted for
breakfast and occasionally
she would say, "A can of green
beans, please."
Carolee Morris
Aripeka


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October 3
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Every Tuesday, 1 -2pm
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4th Thursday of the month
7pm
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her father, Charles.
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bride.
Matron of honor was Tif-
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bride.
Bridesmaids were Hannah
Hodge,-cousin of the bride,
Leah Mullis, friend of the
bride, Tara Rollyson, sister-in-
law of the bride and Autumn
Parrish, sister of the bride.
The groom was attended by
best man Andy McDonald,
best friend of the groom, and
groomsmen Rhett Rollyson,
brother of the groom, and
Trevis Lyon, Steve Markham,
Brett Mueller and Chris Spani-
man, all friends of the groom.
Ring bearers were Jadin
Sanderson and Brendan Rolly-
son, nephews of the groom.
Flower girl was Mayson
Spaniman.
Ushers were Nate Francis
and Trey Mueller.
The reception followed the
ceremony in the Orange Blos-
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Palms.
The bride is a graduate of
Plant City High School and
works as a cosmetologist.
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CITY SALUTES TROOPS


2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
Acting 1st Sgt. William Riley, the first off the bus, waves to well wishers, media and dignitaries including City Manager David Sollen-
berger, Commissioner Robert Brown and Mayor John Dicks.



Returning Military Appreciate Welcome Home


HOMECOMING BETTER
THAN ANTICIPATED
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Unless you've been there, it is hard
to imagine what coming home after 15
months away, with 12 months spent in
a war zone could be like.
About 50 soldiers from the Plant
City-based Florida Army National
Guard's 3rd Battalion, 116th Field
Artillery Regiment, returned from
Kuwait Aug. 17, welcomed home by
flag-waving residents on the streets,
escorted by Plant City police and fire-
rescue units, and greeted by a host of
family and friends at the Sumpter
Lowry Armory on Airport Road.
"Being back home is a great feeling,"
said 1st Sgt. Bill Riley. "I have antici-


pated this homecoming for months.
The actual return was even better than
I expected."
Quick to point out that the area units
have another 300 soldiers still sta-
tioned overseas supporting the war in
Iraq, Riley said he was pleased by the
patriotic and enthusiastic welcome he
and the other soldiers have witnessed
since their return.
"When we landed at an air field in
New Hampshire," Riley said, "we were
greeted at 7 a.m. in the morning by a
group of World War II, Korean War and
Vietnam. veterans who were there to
offer us their support. We were pleased
and overwhelmed by the gesture made
to us by these patriotic heroes. They
shook our hands, hugged us and pro-
vided us with coffee and donuts as
soon as we stepped off the plane."
Riding on a bus during the last leg


home Riley said he and his comrades
were pleased to see a group of Plant
City police on hand to escort them into
town.
"I tried to contain myself, but when I
got off thp bus I was overcome by
emotion," he said. "I hugged and
kissed my wife (Heather) and kids
(Haley, 7, and Coley, 4,) and couldn't
help being tremendously touched by
the circumstances.
"Everyone has shown strong support
and a positive, patriotic attitude
regarding our homecoming," Riley
said. "We feel good about our com-
pleted mission in Kuwait. And we want
to thank everyone for their support."
Wilson mentioned that everyone in
his unit also wanted to specifically
thank Debbie and Larry Swindle of
Dover.
The Swindle's were instrumental in


chartering a private bus to transport
his 50-member unit from Camp Atter-
bury, in Edinburgh, Ind., to Plant City
over the Fourth of July weekend in
2005.
"We were training for our mission,
knowing we were going to Kuwait,"
Riley said. "There was no training that
week. The Swindles made it possible
for us to all come home as a unit. We
will never forget the Swindles' gener-
osity."
While in Kuwait the Plant City unit
was responsible for providing housing
and support supplies for soldiers of all
branches, including all coalition
forces.
"We provided room and board for
incoming and outgoing troops in the
theater," Riley said. "It was a service
that they all appreciated. We were glad
to be there to help those soldiers."


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16 THE COURIER AUGUST 24,2006


CITY SALUTES TROOPS


A Remarkable Sacrifice


I've got to be honest, I'm
really tired of hearing
conservative commentators
tell me I have no right to say
I support our troops unless I
can simultaneously bring
myself to back the adminis-
tration 100 percent regard-
ing the particulars that
define the president's
prosecution of this war.
So here's a tidbit: U.S.
servicemen and women are
some of the most coura-
geous and noble people in
all of America.
They put their lives on the'
line, they give everything
they have, and we owe,
freedom itself to their
historic willingness to serve.
Those who volunteer in
the National Guard are
remarkable. More often than

A sign on the Howitzer
cannon in front of the
Sumpter Lowry Armory on
Airport Road says it all.
The National Guard's 3rd
Battalion, 116th Field
Artillery Regiment, which
suffered several injuries
but no fatalities while
serving in Iraq and Kuwait,
is based at the armory.


not, they put their income
on the line along with their
lives, a hardship most of us
fail to grasp. A group of such
heroes from the 3rd Batta-
lion, 116th Field Artillery
Regiment, returned home to
Plant City last week. Another
group from this unit is
scheduled to arrive in the
fall.
Each one of them would
tell you they don't care two
hoots about your politics or
mine. They had a job to do,
they gave it their all, and
-now they are thankful to be
home.
Open political dialogue is
a deeply essential element of
the freedom those in uni-
form protect. Take that away
and there's very little reason
to suit up.


.. -

DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


Here's my take, and I
wouldn't dare to think this
way if the 116th didn't have
my backing. Based on the
limited intelligence pres-
ented to the Americana
people post Sept. 11, I


placed myself wholeheart-
edly behind President Bush,
but when our attention
shifted from Afghanistan to
Iraq I have to confess I
began to feel uneasy.
The arguments, however,
appeared above reproach,
and when the commander in
chief looked me in the eye
through the television screen
and asked for my support I
felt a surge of confidence
and I wanted him to be right.
Today, however, I believe
both the spirit of our
constitution and the princi-
ples of simple integrity
demand that citizens. ask
hard questions, and that we
expect straightforward answ-
ers that hold up in the light.
And I find myself increas-
ingly at odds with some of


our leaders regarding certain
fundamental steering
currents that seem to be
embedded in the definition
and the direction of Ameri-
ca's foreign policy.
So what has this to do with
200 tired and dusty soldiers
from the National Guard's
116th?
Everything, it turns out.
We salute you, and we pay
homage the only way
Americans can, by promising
to shine our flashlights
under all the rocks, and to
live in freedom by the light
of the truth.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
him at
derekmaul@gmail.com.


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2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.

Above, cars, friends and family line both sides of Airport Road
waiting for the busses loaded with returning guardsmen. At
right, Judy Jenkins of Lakeland awaits the arrival of her son,
Spc. Dennis Lewis, while her husband, Ed, tapes the event.
Below, Plant City motorcycle policeman and Florida Army
National Guard member Al VanDuyne, center, and his son Dante
were surrounded by friends at the armory Aug.17. Mayor John
Dicks, left, Police Chief Bill McDaniel, motor officer Matt
Combs, Capt. John Borders, City Commissioner Robert Brown,
Det. Arden Haggerty and Capt. Darrell Wilson were a few of the
hundreds of friends and family on hand to welcome the
soldiers home.


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placed on the National Register of Historic Places in September 2002.
The Florida Legislature determined the site is eligible for a matching
fund grant through the state preservation committee. Supporters of
the effort to restore the segregation-era boarding house gathered for a
restoration dedication, sponsored by the city and the Improvement
League of Plant City, the owner of the structure.


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former Bing House resident
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IN THE SPIRIT


Pastor Larry Powell: Pleasant

Grove Assembly


Look for a lot of
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Church, 7051 Turkey Creek
Road, over the next few
months. Pastor Larry Powell
is excited about all that God
is doing there, and he is even
more excited about the
future. For more
information, call 737-1012.
Q: How long have you
been here?
A: Nine years. My previous
ministry was in Alabama,
around Montgomery, Elba,
and then Athens. We were in
Elba for the flood of 1990
when the levy broke. Water


was in the balcony at First
Baptist. We were the largest
building left standing and
had the fire department, the
paramedics, and people in
every classroom. I learned a
lot about disasters.
Q: Have you always Been a
pastor?
A: No. My first love was
math. I taught two years in
Panama City then worked at
a bank before God called me.
Q: How did God call you?
A: Gradually, I just listened
over time. My first sermon
was on "The Hour of Deci-
sion," great decisions people


make. My pastor got up and
said, "My family has had
some decisions to make"
and he resigned on the spot!
Q: Where did you grow up?
A: I was born in Montgom-
ery, Alabama in 1948. My
dad worked for the civil
service and we moved
around. I finished up in
Panama City, Bay County
High School.
Q: How about college?
A: Two years junior
college, then Southeastern in
Lakeland. I graduated in
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secondary education (his-
tory) and Bible.
Q: Have you enjoyed Plant
City?
A: It's been very good in
many ways. The people have
been very good to us, and
the church has come a long
way.
Q: How has the church
changed?
A: Worship style is now a
mild contemporary; we try
to stay middle of the road,
and our youth ministry has
progressed. I like to place
emphasis-on youth and
children.
Q: How important is Bible
knowledge?
A: We all face decisions. If
we base those decisions on
biblical principles we can be
turned in the right direction.
Sunday school is also very
important.
Q: What is your mission?
A: T. D. Jakes said it in
"Maximize the Moment."
Our theme is "because it's
time" to honor our heritage,
invest in the future, maxi-
mize the moment, and exalt
our God. A lot of people like
to come to church, but a lot
of people don't want to pay
the price to become a
disciple.
Q: What about your
family?
A: I met Joy White at a
revival in Panama City. We
were married in 1972. Our
oldest son, Chris, is a Church
of God youth pastor in
Alabama. Our youngest,
Kevin, is a senior at Plant
City High.
Q: Do you enjoy television?
A: I tape every muscle-car
show and I read Car and
Driver magazine. I like the
scholarly stuff! Then the old
Andy Griffith and Ed Sullivan
tapes. To keep my wife
happy I watch HGTV. I love
to watch college football,
especially Alabama; roll tide!

Q: What are you reading?
A: "Velvet Elvis" by Rob


Bell. He talks about repaint-
ing the Christian faith. Then
"The Unstoppable Force" by
Erwin Raphael McManus
about being the church we
need to be.
Q: What do you do for fun?
A: My family is fun for me.
On my off day my wife and I
just get out of Dodge. Kevin
is a big fan of Mickey Mouse
we have season passes (to
Disney).
Q: What do you love about
Plant City?
A: I love the weather, the
people of this church, and
the fast-paced society
around Tampa I've always
loved metropolitan areas.
Alabama is really laid back.
Q: Do you like music?
A: I love modern praise
and worship. I like The
Imperials form the early
1970s, The Carpenters, The
Mamas and the Papas and
The Beatles. I guess people
love the music they grew up
with.

Q: What's your favorite
hymns?
A: "He Keeps Me Singing,"
"Oh For A Thousand
Tongues To Sing," and "A
Mighty Fortress Is OurGod."
Q: What scripture is speak-
ing.to you?
A: "I can do all things
through Christ who gives me
strength," Philippians 4:13
and "Unless the Lord builds
the house, its builders labor
in vain," Psalms 127:1.
Q: Can you share an
invitation?
A: We have a tremendous
heritage here. We're in the
mainstream of what God is
doing right now. We're
trying to be where God is
now and we're trying to
move where God wants us.
My desire is to be a church
that flows with the moving
of God's spirit. We'd like for
people to flow with us.

Derek Maul

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WARNELL

Continued From Page 12
"I loved the uniform," he
said. "And I enjoyed working
the streets and meeting new
people. Every day was some-
thing new. And every day was
a completed assignment. As a
detective, one day turns into
the next, often without resolv-
ing the case before you."
Warnell made detective in
1997..
Capt. John Borders said he
is happy for Warnell, but sad
to see him go.
"Rick was a super troop,"'
Borders said. "He was always
coming up with gadgets he
could use to retrieve evidence
that might have escaped us.
He was always one to work
hard to get the job done."
One of several high-profile
cases worked by Warnell that
tested his forensic skills was


the murder of Arnoldo Mojica
of West Palm Beach. Mojica's
body was discovered June 4,
2001, bya horseman who came
upon the body just before dark
in an isolated oak hammock
north of Sparkman Road.
"It took close to 12 hours to
photograph, identify, document
and extract all -the evidence
inside a 10-square-foot area
around the body," Warnell said.
Evidence extracted, other
than Mojica's body, included
five .22-caliber bullets, several
spent shell casings, jewelry
still on the body, a badly cor-
roded cellular phone, the vic-
tim's hat, three beer cans and
a candy wrapper.
Mojica had been shot four
times in the face and once in
the back.
"I went through an awful lot
of training in forensic evi-
dence retrieval," Warnell said.
"I appreciate the fact that the
department chose me to do


that work."
Warnell, listed as a master
policeman by the city, was
earning just more than $57,500
annually from the city. His
pension, which is immediately
available to him, will equal 75
percent of his base pay.
Warnell and his wife,
Melissa, have four children,
the youngest being just 2
weeks old.
"My family is my highest pri-
ority," Wamell said. "Being a
parent is indescribable for me. I
wanted a change in my life so I
could be closer to them. Home
life is never boring to me."
Warnell's retirement does
not mean unemployment. He
is actively pursuing a forensic
job with a university police
force in Tampa.
"It's been a great ride for me
on the Plant City police force,"
Warnell said. "I want to thank
everyone in the city for some
great memories."


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PRIMARY FORUMS
on TBCN

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 9 (R):
David Domenic Langheier (Gus Michael
Bilirakis declined to participate)
Ch: 20 ........ Thurs., Aug. 17 at 3 p.m.
Ch. 19 ...........Sat., Aug. 19 at 10 p.m.
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Ch. 19........Mon., Sept. 4 at 8:30 p.m.
U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 11 (D): Kathy
Castor, Scott Farrell, Al Fox, Lesley
"Les" Miller Jr., Michael A. Steinberg
Ch. 19 ............ Wed., Aug. 16 at 4 p.m.
Ch. 20 ............. Fri., Aug. 18 at 3 p.m.
Ch. 20.......... Thurs., Sept. I at 6p.m.
Ct. 19.............Mon., Sept.4at5 p.m.

FLORIDA SENATE & HOUSE
OF REPRESENTATIVES
PRIMARY FORUMS on HTV22

STATE SENATE DISTRICT 10 (R):
Sandra L. Murman, Ray Young (Ronda
Storms declined to participate)
Sun., Aug. 13 ............................ 6 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 15 ........ ........... 2:30 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 17 ........................ 3 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 19.................... ......... 5 p.m.
Men., Aug. 21.................... 9:30 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 24.......................... 11 a.m.
Sat., Aug. 26.................... 9:30 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 28........................... 7 p.m.
Wed., Aug. 30....................... 9:30 a.m.
Thurs., Aug. 31 ......................... 9 p.m.
Sat., Sept. 2............................. 6 p.m.
STATE SENATE DISTRICT 160(R):
Kimberiy "Kim" Berfield, Frank Farkas
Sun., Aug. 13................... 5:30 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 15 ........................2 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 17 ......................4 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 19..........................6 p.m.
Moe ., Aug. 21........................ 9 p.m.
Thurs., Aug.24.................. 10:30 a.m.
Sat., Aug. 26.......................... 10 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 28....................... 6:30 p.m.
Wed., Aug. 30............................ 9 a.m.
Thurs., Aug. 31 .................... 8:30 p.m.
Sat., Sept. 2......................... 5:30 p.m.
STATE SENATE DISTRICT 18 (D):
Gerald White (Arthenia L Joyner
declined to participate)
Sun., Aug. 13........................ 5 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 15...................1:30 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 17.................... 3:30 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 19.................... 5:30 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 21.................... 8:30 p.m.
Thurs., Aug-24.................... 10 a.m.
Sat., Aug. 26.................. 10:30 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 28.................. ...... 6 p.m.


Wed., Aug. 30.................... 8:30 a.m.
Thurs., Aug. 31 ...................... 8 p.m.
Sat., Sept. 2........................... 5 p.m.
STATE HOUSE DISTRICT 59 (0):
Hakim Aquil, Betty Reed (Warren Hope
Dawson declined to participate)
Sun., Aug. 13..................... 11:30 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 16......................... 8 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 19..................... 4:30 p.m.
Mod., Aug. 21........................ 8p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 24.................. 11:30 a.m.
Sat., Aug. 26................... ...... 9 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 28.................... 7:30 p.m.
Wed., Aug. 30......................... 10 a.m.
Thurs., Aug. 31.................... 9:30 p.m.
Sat., Sept.2....................... 4:30 p.m.

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
COMMISSION PRIMARY FORUMS
on HTV22

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY COMMISSION
DISTRICT 1 (R): Rose V. Ferlita, Don
Kruse, Gary Santti (Brad Swanson
declined to participate)
Mon., Aug. 14....... ............ 10 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 16........................ 6 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 19........................ 7 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 21.................... 6 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 24........................ 3 p.m.
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Wed., Aug. 30............................ 2 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 31 ......................6 p.m.
Sat, Sept. 2.............................7 p.m.
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY COMMISSION
DISTRICT 3 (0): Dorothy "Nicalle"
Admire, Chloe J. Coney, Kevin White
Mon., Aug. 14...................... 11 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 16........................ 7 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 19......................... 8 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 21 ............................ 7 p.m .
Thurs., Aug. 24................... 3:30 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 26.......................... 7 p.m .
Mon., Aug. 28........................ 9 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 29 ....................... 6 p.m.
Wed., Aug. 30........................ 3 p.m.
Thurs.; Aug. 31 .......... 7 p.m.
Sat., Sept. 2........................... 8 p.m.
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY COMMISSION
DISTRICT 4(D): Lisa Rodriguez, James
Rowell
Mon., Aug. 14....................9:30 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 16....................7:30 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 19.................... 8:30 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 21....................7:30 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 24 ......................4 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 26....................... 7:30 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 28....................9:30 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 29 ..............6....6:30 p.m.
Wed., Aug. 30................1:30 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 31...................7:30 p.m.
Sat., Sept. 2..................... 6:30 p.m.


HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD PRIMARY FORUMS
on The Education Channel

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD DISTRICT 2 (nonpartisan): Bart
Birdsall, Logan Cobb, Candy Olson
Mon., Aug. 14........................ 8 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 15....................... 8 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 16....................... 8 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 17 ..................... 8 a.m.
Fri., Aug. 18 ........................... 8 a.m.
Sat., Aug. 19............................. 8 p.m .
Sun., Aug. 20........................ 2 p.m.
Men., Aug. 21.............. 10 a.m., 8 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 22.............. ............. 8 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 23........................... 8 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 24 ...................... 8 a.m.
Fri., Aug. 25........................... 8 a.m .
Sat., Aug. 26.............................8 p.m.
Sun., Aug. 27........................... 2 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 28........... 10 a.m., 8 p.m.
Tues.,Aug. 29....................8......8 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 30................. : .......... 8 p.m.
Sat., Sept. 2.............................. 8 p.m .
Sun., Sept. 3.................2 p.m., 8 p.m.
Mon., Sept. 4............... 10 a.m., 8 p.m.
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD DISTRICT 4 (nonpartisan):,
Jennifer P Faliero, Hunter Gambrell
Mon., Aug. 14....................8:30 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 15.................. 8:30 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 16.... .............. 8:30 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 17.....................8:30 a.m.
Fri., Aug. 18......................8:30 a.m.
Sat., Aug. 19........................ 8:30 p.m.
Sun., Aug. 20................... 2:30 p.m.
Men., Aug. 21....10:30 a.m., 8:30 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 22.................. 8:30 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 23... .............. 8:30 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 24 ....................8:30 a.m.
Fri., Aug. 25......................8:30 a.m.
.Sat., Aug. 26.....................8:30 p.m.
Sun., Aug. 27...................... 2:30 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 28....10:30 a.m., 8:30 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 29..................... 8:30 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 30 ................. 8:30 p.m.
Set., Sept. 2......................... 8:30 p.m.
Sun., Sept. 3.......2:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m.
Mon., Sept.4......10:30 a.m., 8:30 p.m.
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD DISTRICT 6 (nonpartisan):
Ken Allen, Stephanie Desmarais
Georgiades, April Griffin, David L
"Dave" Schmidt
Mon., Aug. 14........................ 9 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 15....................... 9 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 16.........................9 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 17 .....................9 a.m.
Fri., Aug. 18 ....................... 9 a.m.
Sat., Aug. 19..........................9 p.m.
Sun., Aug. 20........................ 3 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 21..............11 a.m., 9 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 22 ........................ 9 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 23........................ 9 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 24..................... 9 a.m.


Fri., Aug. 25 ........................... 9 a.m.
Sat., Aug. 26.......................... 9 p.m.
Sun., Aug. 27 ......................... 3 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 28..............11 a.m., 9 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 29 ........... ........... 9 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 30 ...................9 p.m.
Sat., Sept. 2.............................. 9 p.m.
Sun., Sept. 3 .................3 p.m., 9 p.m.
Mon., Sept. 4.......... :.11 a.m., 9 p.m.

HILLSBOROUGH CIRCUIT COURT
JUDGE PRIMARY FORUMS on TBCN

CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE GROUP 25
(nonpartisan): Robert Foster (Cath-
erine W. Realdeclined to participate)
Ch. 19......... Thurs., Aug. 17 at 5 p.m.
Ch. 20 .......Sat., Aug. 19 at 5:30 p.m.
Ch. 20........ Tues., Aug. 22 at 7p.m.
Ch. 19........Thurs., Aug. 24 at 5 p.m.
CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE GROUP 32
(nonpartisan): Elizabeth (Betsey) Hap-
ner, Bernard Silver, Caroline J. Tesche
(Cris A. DeBock declined to participate)
Ch. 20............Wed., Aug. 16 at 5 p.m.
Ch. 19 ............. Fri., Aug. 18 at 3 p.m.
Ch. 20...Thurs., Aug. 24 at 10:30 p.m.
Ch. 19.............Sat., Aug. 26 at 2 p.m.
CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE GROUP 43
(nonpartisan): Kimberly Fernandez,
Mitchell L. Fraley, Paul T. Jeske
Ch. 20............Wed., Aug. 16 at 2 p.m.
Ch. 19 ............Sat., Aug. 19 at 4 p.m.
Ch. 20.....Wed., Aug. 30 at 10:30 p.m.
Ch. 19.......... Fri., Sept. I at 5:30 p.m.
CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE GROUP 44
(nonpartisan): Jesse V. Dominguez,
Emily Peacock, John (Jay) E Rudy,
Samantha L. Ward
Ch. 20............Wed., Aug. 16 at 3 p.m.
Ch. 19 ............ Sat., Aug. 19 at 5 p.m.
Ch. 20..............Sat., Sept. 2 at 2 p.m.
Ch. 19............Mon., Sept. 4 at 2 p.m.
CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE GROUP 45
(nonpartisan): Pat Courtney, Gary S.
Dolgin, Ashley Brooke Moody
Ch. 20........ Thurs., Aug. 17 at 2 p.m.
Ch. 19 ...........Mon., Aug. 21 at 1 p.m.
Ch. 20........Sat., Sept. 2 at 3:30 p.m.
Ch. 19.............Mon., Sept. 4 at 8 p.m.
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10-Year-Old Shoots, Scores On International Soccer Stage


ERICKA LOTT COMPETES
IN SWEDEN, DENMARK
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
It might not be for every-
one, but for those who qualify
to play on a soccer all-star
team, like 10-year-old Ericka
Lott, and can afford to travel
to Europe, like she can
through her parents, the
Gothia World Youth Cup in
Sweden and the Danna Cup in
Denmark are the places to go.
Lott, a small, 4-foot-8-inch,
69-pound forward-midfielder
who plays for the Cyclones, a
team in the Valrico Soccer
Club, recently competed in
those European soccer cham-
pionships. Her experience,
shared by her father, City
Commissioner Rick Lott, was
compared to the Olympics in
scope and appeal.
"The opening ceremonies
at both events were
spectacular," Commissioner
Lott said. "Maybe you would
have to see it to believe it, but
the pageantry and spectacle
were just like the Olympic
Games."
Ericka Lott, a fifth-grader at
Walden Lake Elementary
School, participated in a try-
out for the U.S. Soccer Aca-
demy USA All-Star team
earlier this year. Her team,
made up of .players 12 and
younger, consisted of 10 play-
ers from around the country.
The competition in Europe
brought together 1,800 teams
from 60 countries.
The U.S. team left for Ger-
many July 11. It practiced in


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Photo provided by Diana Lott
Ericka Lott, 10, a Walden Lake Elementary fifth-grader and a soccer player with the Valrico
Cyclones, a 12-and-under girls team in Valrico, recently participated in two Youth World Cup
tournament contests in Sweden and Denmark.


Hanover, Germany, for three
days before playing its first
match in the Gothia Cup in
Gothenburg, Sweden, on July
16.
"Our team made the Sweet
16," said the soft-spoken
soccer player. "But we were
beaten by Sweden (the host
team and eventual tourna-
ment champion) and missed
getting into the quarterfin-


als."
Lott was instrumental in
getting the U.S. team into the
Sweet-16 bracket by scoring a
goal against a second team
from Sweden the day before.
With only seconds left on the
clock and the score tied 1-1,
Lott fielded a corner kick and
chested it past the diving
goalie.
Earlier in the game, she


scored on a rebound, using
her left foot to get the score
that tied the game.
"That was only the second
time a U.S. team made it
through the elimination
round," Ericka Lott said. "We
were excited to be there, and
even more excited to win."
Following the Gothia Cup,
the U.S. team traveled to Hjor-
ring, Denmark, to compete in


SHARP CUTS


Cougars Roar Into Raiders' House


Allegiances Shift


For Durant's Long


As a sports fan, one of the
toughest scenarios to land in
is watching a game where
the rooting interests are
conflicted. Part of being a
fan is supporting your team
or, sometimes even more,
enjoyably, rooting hard
against another.
But everywhere there are
cases of split allegiance.
The first that comes to mind
is that of Ann Bowden, wife
of Florida State University
football coach Bobby and, of
course, mother to their
children, which include
several coaches. When FSU
plays Tommy Bowden-led
Clemson, I don't believe Ann
still really has figured out
which way to lean.
Well, just imagine how
Todd Long must be feeling.
He was a Plant City Raider
,quarterback, and for two
stints led the program as its
head coach. But on Friday
night, at Raider Stadium no
less, Long will be in the role
of administrator for Durant.
"Oh, I'll be there all right,"
said Long.


DAREK
SHARP


As pretty much everyone
knows by know, Long left the
Raiders with three weeks to
go last season to take a too-
good-to-pass-up assistant
principal job at Durant.
And on Friday, when the
Raiders host Durant, Long
will be on the sideline, just
not ON the sideline.
"I'll be down there, in the
track area, doing my typical
duties," said Long. "There
will always be some coach
left in me, but these days,
with my job, an 8-month-old
See SHARP, Page 25


REGULAR SEASON
KICKS OFF AT 7:30 P.M.
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
No more time for letting the
nerves settle. Plant City and
Durant, rosters filled with
underclassmen, kick off the
high school football season
Friday night at Raider Sta-
dium.
"You can tell the kids are
excited," said Duirant coach
Mike Gottman.
"They're jacked up," is how
Plant City first-year leader
Kevin Kelley described his
players after Monday's film
session, and that was after
witnessing tape of a loss to
Zephryhills in the preseason
kickoff classic.
For the second year in a
row, the Raider-Cougar clash
commences the regular
season and the teams will be
hard pressed to match the
2005 scoring output. Plant
City beat Durant 45-34 in a
wild game that saw the Raid-
ers jump ahead by three
touchdowns only to have the
Cougars twice get within four
points.
Durant will certainly have
to improve its efficiency in the
red zone to approach that
point total. Last week, the


Aug. 25 Plant City
Sept. 1 ARMWOOD
Sept. 8 Brandon
Sept. 15 Bloomingdale
Sept. 22 JENKINS
Sept. 29 *Sarasota
Oct. 6 NEWSOME
Oct. 12 *RIVERVIEW
Oct. 20 EAST BAY
Oct. 27 *Sarasota-Riv
Asterisk (*) denotes district game.
Home games in caps. All games at 7:30 p.m.

Cougars were able to get a 10-0
win against King, but the Lions
have lost their last 17 regular
season games in a row.
"We have to produce
points," Gottman said. "We
told them (Monday), we can't
go 80 yards and get zero
points, we can't turn it over
and we can't miss field goals."
He said that a rained-out
practice the day before the
game was a factor, as red-zone
offense was supposed to have
been a specific concentration.
The Cougars managed one
long touchdown drive, taking
up nearly all of a quarter.
Kevin Gainer had the three-
yard TD run. For the game,


Aug. 25 DURANT
Sept. 1 Wharton
Sept. 8 ARMWOOD
Sept. 15 LAKE GIBSON
Sept. 22 Newsome
Sept. 29 *BRANDON
Oct. 6 Tampa Bay Tech
Oct. 12 *East Bay
Oct. 27 *Bloomingdale
Nov. 3 RIVERVIEW
Asterisk (*) denotes district game.
Home games in caps. All games at 7:30 p.m.

Durant gained 360 yards, but
in the second half Durant was
shut out, wasting several good
scoring chances.
One touchdown pass was
dropped in the end zone, then
there was a fumble at the four-
yard line and also a missed
field goal.
Thanks to the Cougar
defense, King did not have the
opportunity to bemoan such
squandered opportunities.
Linebacker Eric Councill and
defensive back Jash Powe led
the way in shutting down the
Lions' wing-T attack. Gottman
knows the effort will have to be
even better Friday night.
See FOOTBALL, Page 25


the Dana Cup, a large compet-
ition that began July 24.
"Just like in Sweden, the
opening ceremony was amaz-
ing," Rick Lott said. "There
were over 45,000 people in
each stadium. The U.S. team
was given an enthusiastic
welcome in both countries.
There were fireworks, pag-
eantry, a parade of athletes
and visiting athletes from
around the world."
Like Little League baseball
fields seen in every city around
the United States, the Europe-
ans have soccer fields every-
where, Lott said.
"The. fan participation in
Europe is amazing," he said.
"All the spectators had songs
and chants they used during
the games."
Ericka Lott said her team
had to invent a chant to keep
up with the opposing teams.
'USA, all the way' was our
chant," Ericka Lott said. "We
would ride together to the sta-
dium and get in chant-offs. It
was a lot of fun."
Rick Lott said all but two of
the girls on the U.S. team were
on the U.S. Olympic develop-
ment team.
"ODP starts at age 12," he
said. "Ericka will be trying out
for Florida's Olympic Devel-
opment team in two years.
Once a player makes the U.S.
Soccer Academy USA All-Star
team it is up to U.S. Soccer to
invite the player back."
Ericka Lott has been asked
to return with the team to play
next year in the Gothia Cup.
She has also been asked to
play in the Italian Cup in
Rome next April.


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FOOTBALL


Continued From Page 24
"Plant City is a much better
football team. They have guys
who can go the distance any
time. You hold your breath
any time one of their guys
takes off," he said.
Jacari Bennett took off for a
76-yard touchdown run, right
up the middle, and scored
twice, but the Raiders fell 28-
20 to Zephryhills. Fellow
runner Keith Dawson also had
a big night, going for more
than 100 yards.
Two big plays did in the
Raiders. Bulldogs running
back Cannellios Ansley had a
40-yard touchdown on the
game's third play and, on the'
second drive, Ansley caught a
27-yard touchdown pass from
Sederrik Cunningham.
"I tell you their quarterback
made some Jason Brown-like
plays," said Kelley, referring to
the elusive and speedy former
Raider quarterback. "I wasn't
very pleased with the two big


SHARP
Continued From Page 24
and a 2-year-old, I've got
plenty to occupy myself
with."
Kevin Kelley, the longtime
Long assistant who now is
the Raiders' head coach, still
communicates with Long.
Football strategy, however,
is not a part of their conver-
sations.
"He's not going to be
giving me any of their trade
secrets, I know that," Kelley
said. "We talk administrative


plays, but if you take those two
plays away I was pretty happy
with the defense, especially in
the second half. We didn't fold
our tents after falling behind."
Middle linebacker Brent
Butler had a strong night for
the Raider defense.
Both teams have substantial
injury concerns along the
offensive line. Plant City's
Michael Jett has a sprained
knee, and Nathan Jenkins was
diagnosed as a bruised ster-
num.
Justin Newsome, perhaps
Durant's best offensive line-
man, hurt his knee last week
during practice and could be
out for an extended period of
time. On the positive side,
senior Grant Sizemore
stepped in and played very
well against King.
Neither coach has had any
trouble inspiring the troops
this week.
"We don't have to do a lot of
'rah-rah' this week," Kelley
said. "It should be a good
Crowd. Plant City-Durant is
always a zoo."




stuff, not football."
So then, who will the old
coach be pulling for?
"I will always feel in my
heart for Plant City," he said,
the word "but" bubbling
underneath the surface. "But
when it comes down to it,
you gotta root for the folks
that sign your paycheck."
Somehow, I think Long
will still be welcomed into
the stadium.


Golf Teams Set To Shoot Low This Season


PLANT CITY, DURANT
SQUARE OFF TODAY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Fans of quality golf may
want to make their way out to
Walden Lake Thursday after-
noon, when Plant City and
Durant meet for the first of
two get-togethers this season.
The high school golf season
got under way Monday with
the Cougar girls and both
Raider teams getting victories.
Durant's girls are shooting for
a return trip to the state tour-
nament, and the Plant City
boys are hoping for at least a
repeat of last year's regional
finish.
Durant lost two members
from a squad that finished
13th in Class 2A, and yet the
Lady Cougars appear to be just
as strong this year. That was
evident on Monday as Durant
posted a team score of 174 to
edge Newsome.
Sophomore Heather
Wengyn, whose sister Tiffany


graduated off the state team,
shot a 40 for nine holes while
senior Ashley Miller carded a
43. "Amy West shot 45 and
Jennifer Harris brought in a
46. Durant beat Newsome by
six shots.
The Durant boys fell to a
very solid Newsome team,
which had .all of its golfers
shoot in the 30s. Tres Hall had
a 39 for the Cougars while Alex
Nappi shot 41.
Plant City's boys took on
Armwood at home, winning
162-228. The team's top
player, Spencer Baldwin, was
not the top scorer. Instead, it
was Kyle Martin, a sophomore,
but Raider boys coach Gary
Brady was not surprised.
"Kyle was the lowest scorer
in our qualifying matches,
too," Brady said. "He was good
last year but he has really
improved in being consistent.
It's not like he needs to have
his best day putting to shoot
that score. Watching him, he
looks like a guy who's .sup-
posed to shoot 38, 39."
Baldwin, a veteran of junior
tournaments, was actually


fourth on the team Monday,
but that was still seven shots
better than Armwood's top
finisher. Cody Lusk, a junior,
started this season where he
left off at last year's regional
event he shot a season-best
even-par 72 there and had a 40
on Monday.
Chad Vallantyne, tossing
out a rare quadruple-bogey,
went around Walden Lake in
one-over par. Sophomore
Bradley Hall makes for a
formidable fifth golfer.
Today's match is a big one
because Durant is a rival, but
Brady said the team is espe-
cially gearing up for next
Thursday's match at Bloo-
mingdale. The Bulls are
stacked and began theii
season Monday with a tre-
mendous score of 147, doing
so without their top golfer.
Brad Schneider was compet-
ing in the U.S. Amateur cham-
pionship qualifying in Chaska,
Minn.
On Sept. 14, the Raiders will
tee it up with not only Bloo-
mingdale, but state-champi-
onship'contender Lakeland.


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adult coed soccer
Registration is under way
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Deadline to register is Aug.
30.
Football season runs Sept.


16 to Nov. 6. Cost: $20,
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Absolute bargain! KING
$180. New in plastic.
Can del. 813-478-8995

BEDROOM 1-7pc
King/Queen
All Cherry, med finish.
All drawers American
dovetail, never used
still in box. Can deliver
cost $4,500 sell $1,350.
813-924-1326
BEDROOM SET, Qu, hdrd
& frame dresser, mir-
ror & 5 drawer chest,
solid wood $400.
813-948-9412
BEDS-Start your furniture
shopping at The Missing
Piece, Tampa's largest
furniture consignment
store. 101 rooms of fur-
niture to choose from;
antiques to new, eclectic
to the hottest styles.
Open daily. 813-805-2696





* DAY BED $295*
Complete with 2 twin
matts & pop-up trundle.
New, never used can de-
liver. 813-924-1326


(( Furniture ))
DAYBED $375
Wood 2 pillow top
mattresses, trundle for
boy/girl new in boxes
can el 813-477-9019
DINING set Thomasville 3
leaf table, 6 chairs, cabi-
net & hutch, lowboy
$2,000 obo other estate
items 813-972-4833

Futoh $225
Wood, complete
w/extra thick matters.
New in box Can deliver
813-477-9019
FUTON
Full size, 9 layer
mattress new in box,
cost $525, sell $185
813-924-1326
LIVING ROOM SET, royal
blue, Rowe, couch, 2
oversized chairs & otto-
man. Moving, must sell.
$500 obo. 813-786-2206'
fck Buy

MATTRESS
1 set, pillow top, with
warranty. Never used.
Can deliver.
King set-$345.
Queen set $275
Full set-$240
813-924-1326
MEMORY FOAM ALL
VISCO New Orthopedic
NASA Mattresses 25
Year Warranty Cost
$1995, sell, $398 Queen;
498 King. All sizes
Available. Fast Free
Florida Delivery, Origi-
nal TempurPedic &
Dormia from $699.
Guaranteed Best Price!
Electric Adjustables.
24hours. Toll free 1-
866-476-0289; Store
Numbers: Hillsborough
813-889-9020; Pinellas
727-733-9334; Sarasota
941-929-7570; Polk 863-
299-4811; Dade 305-651-
0506; Broward 954-364-
4989. Member BBB.
www.mattressdr.com
POOL Table 080 studio,
Contemporary, black I
steel, leather pockets, I
rarely used. 3 .o
$3000 (813) 205-6093
Sofa, chair & ottoman,
med brown lthr paid
$3300, $950. Ent Ctr, oak
3pc, German, pewter












AC + air handler 2.5 ton

BEDS fwin hard wood,
mattress like new $200.
813-659-9056 after 5pm.
DRESSER, 9 drawer dou-
ble w/mirror $100. Call
813-659-9056 after 5PM
FUTON,. Oak with extra
thick mattress. $150.00

PIANO, Cable-Nelson up
right, bench dk oak great
shape, $250. 754-8126
shape, $250. 754-8126


(( Furniture ))
WHOLESALE TO PUBLIC
Everyday Low Prices
Mattress Box Full $189.
Sofa & Loveseat $495.
GE Washer & Dryer $339.
18 cuft Refr $245.
Recliners starting $95.
No Credit Turn Down
B & B OUTLET
115S. EVER ST
PLANT CITY 813-759-8864
Lakeland 863-666-1735
;11 SUPER SALE I
pictures & Lamps and
Selected Furniture.
Forever Wicker
813-948-4802 #1806803



MOVING Sale Sofa,
chair, tables, king
bdrm set, Onkyo sys-
tem TVs more.
(813)787-6655 Valrico
BED 0 ACHES mattress
with quilted top. new
115. Also barely used
$95 free delivery.
727-418-7579

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CANDLEHOLDERS & Plant
stands. Steel & wrought
iron. www.florida
candleholders.com
813-671-1095

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Satellite offices through
out Florida 800-323-
6290 Scott R. Bugay,
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[(Jewelry & Watches))
ENGAGEMENT R in.9,


ANNE'S ESTATE SALES
ESTATE SALE
Aug 25th & 26th 7-12p
1204 Bluewater Dr. SCC.

Moving sale, Open every-
day, call & make an
appointment.
813-752-5932

((Garage & Yard Sales))

BEVERLY'S
CONSIGNMMENT
1848 JIM REDMAN PKWY
PLANT CITY
1/2 PRICE SALE
EVERYTHING 50% OFF
Thur-Friday-Sat
Sale expires 9/2/2006


((Jewelry & Watches))
WATCHES (4), Rolex, (2)
mens, (2) ladies, priced
below wholesale. Also
woman's diamond wed-
ding ring set, 2ct total
weight, reasonably
priced. 813-679-3868
(( Kid's Stuff ])
BACK Yard Play Ground
Orig bought at Play Na-
tion 2yrs old, Excellent
cond, swings, upstais
covered fort,& picnic ta-
ble, slide, rock wall,
monkey bars. $1,100 or
best offer
(813) 348-9733,101
jeff@ceinsurance.com

[ Machinery &
Heavy Equipment JJ
BOBCAT RENTALS
Florida Forklift
has (16) track and
skid loaders.
Call 727-216-0228
CAR LIFT, Heavy Duty. 4
Post. 9,0001b capacity.
Unassembled ana
Never used! $2,395
Call (813) 995-9313
FLORIDA Forklift has
the largest selection of
used forklifts in
Hillsborough & Pinellas
co. Call 727-216-0228
Florida Forklift Rents &
Sales Telehandlers & ,
Lulls starting @ $900 a
week Call 727-216-0228
FORKLIFT caterpillar
diesel, 8000 cap. Solid
pneumatic tires, side
shift,good cond.'$6,500
813-478-5270
FORKLIFTS-RINGLIFT has
""As Is" to fully second.
Stop and see why we
give the best value in
second. forklifts in the
state. Huge inventory.
1401 US Hwy. 301 N.
Tpa. Larry 813-620-1337.
FORKLIFT-TAMPA Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc.,
Rentals, NewUsed
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
Classifieds makes it
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you can have a
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SAES,


PLANT CITY 3908
Topreca Dr, off McGee
Rd Sat 8/26, 8AM-1PM
Lots of clothes, house-
hold items, camping
equipment dune bug-
gy, lexmark color printer,
player, VHS movies
& misc items
PLANT CITY, 4602 Sleepy
Hollow Lane, Sat, Aug
26, 7AM-2PM, children
clothes, toys, antique
typewrite. & printer
singer sewing machine,
lot of mis items




28 THE COURIER AUGUST 24, 2006
( Medical Equipment )} ((Miscellaneous Wanted]) (( Sheds & Carports )) (( Dogs )) ( Dogs J ( Dogs J (( Horses & Cattle J ([ Seeds & Plants )
HELPING HANDS MEDI- CASH For Old Gold-24 POLE BARNS Garages, GERMAN Shepherd pups, POODLE PUPS, AKC, toy YORKSHIRE Terrier Quarter Horse $500, MOVING, must sell exotic
CAL EQUIPMENT. New Hour Service. Top Mar- workshops, horse barns Fish Hawk area, parents & tiny toys, M/F, black male, healtcerts Pon $500, Mini -$200, plants. M-F after 5pm.
Motorized Wheelchairs ket Prices paid for old Special 40x72 $18,500 on site. Males $400. & apricots, ht lth cert 3monold$400 obo Allid-safe.+30more! All day Sat and Sun.
"No Cost" If Eligible. rings, chains, charms. 20x20x9 20x30x9 Females $350. Taking ready to go. $600 and (352) 398-9983 Willfinance anyone. (813)484-6002
Scooters / Hospital Free Gold Recycle Kit. 1- 24x24x9 24x40x9 deposits 813-685-4072 up. Call 813-752-9598 $0 dn, $100/mo. Many
Beds/ Manual Chairs. 800-283-4900 or Other Sizes Available beautiful paints! Will .
All Diabetic Supplies. freegoldkit.com LIC# CBC1253330 GERMAN Shepherd, AKC, PUG : Pups Raised inside, Ar52 trade & rent $15/hr,
We Accept Medicare & 813-713-2333 788-3501 Large Pups & Adults, health certs, papers. ADORABLE $25/day. Call now:
Private Insurance. Free CASH PAID FOR Used PEiPETS Rich Colors & Blacks. Small. 500 & 600 PUPPySAL 813-649-1126 www.
Delivery 1-877-667-7088 Dish Network Satellite ick Buy Family Oriented. $650 (352)490-8082 PUPPY SALE suncitystables.com
954-335-1564 Hablamos Receivers. (NOT- Ysd up. 941-809-6242 l
Espanol D IRECTV.) (NOTTHE AN. Birds GOLDEN Retriever Pups, PuppieS 4 Sale P wetland QUARTER Horse, 15 yrs,
JAZZY SCOOTER/CHAIR 4 Toll Free (E).2-5181 C Sporting Goods health certs. AKC, both Park Ave. Pupp very pretty mover, Eng-
J S OTE/CHAIR 4 ree 66 2181 (( Sprting oods LOVE Birds, Blue, yellow arntsses. 813-6e62 lish or Western, Lower
equimentASSSSporin ESgKC aarens Les- SE ICES
moS 6 moDs. warr. you when you call! CONCEALED WEA PONS Beautiful Tropical Birds. 813-e814-587c AT ian 5 Puppiet d s tsB ading y EsL-YSERVICES
813-390-0391 DISH Network/Echo Star Class G Armed Security sn 400 a piece RAT Terrier Pups UKCI Beagle Bichon, Boxer, s oardin & Les- SERVICES
satellite systems want- ClassG Requalifications 813-569-5498 HAVANESE Many colors, Lovable Rare colors Ti Chihuahua,Dachshund,
LIFT-CHAIR, onbrand new ed W ap cash tiand 813-245-2719 643-1370 Dogs hd.KC checked .non n Toys-minis $350&up Lab Pomeranian Poodle WANTEDPreparati
used only one day picku- a Ianytime Jj Dogs Ched. campion Blood ( N91-2271 www. Pug, hWANTED! Horses, o- Preparation for
$500. OB9. 813-404-6686 R13-393-6162 GLOCK, 35, 40 cal., 2 lines. Can emailpiC. mccartysratterriers.com Silky, WestieVorkie' nies, goats, sheep, a- Employment
clips, $400. Si P228 AMERICAN Bull Dog Pup- $800. 941-429-8146 usmany, many more mas cattle & ani-
MEDICAL Scooter, Pride, OLD FISHING LURES & 9mm, 4 clips, 2 oysters, pies. NKC registered. 2 HAVANESE PUPPIE AKC RAT Terriers & Cairn Ter- Puppies Come With: mals except ca s or ATTEND COLLEGE
3 wheel, Good Condi- other old tackle $550. All exc. condo. females 3 males, HAVANESEPUPPIES, AKC Ariers & al re r- IPpso W th: reals except cats or ATTEND COLLEGE
tion, cnd other old tackle $ 550. All exc.cond. females 3 maes Males female, riers, altered M &F, cur- yr Health Warranty dogs. Tack, trailers & ONLINE from home
tion, $80 Cash. Wanted. Free 407-927-3345 $300-450 $100 to $1200e, rent on vacs, looking for Free Vet Visit equip. Top prices paid. *Medical *Business
appraisals. CASHaid. 813-285-4566 35 0 to $12002130 loving home. $150-$50 *Free TrainingDVD Good home. Call yndi *Paralegal Compuiers
813-737-6901 8-426-6525888-494 HUNTING: Quality deer, 407-973-8 813-779-4426 Microchip Identifica- now 813-649-1126 *Crimial justice Job
SCOOTER, SHOPRIDER Puail, turkey & hog in American Eskimo Minia- 407-973-16 tion Also, Large Selection nt assistance.
SCOOTER, SHOPRIDER $$ PAID for WATCHES W Georgia. 5 hours turePuppies UKC ITALIANMin Gre SCHNAUZER PUPS Mini oFresharg Section l accent asste
8893XL hvy dutyated ocket & wrist. GOLD/ drive from Tampa. Over purple ribbon, all shot, M re & F, et checked, reg- Reptiles Animals, (( Pastures & Stalls)] nancial Aifualrovidfied. F
5300bs, barely usd, pd silver Jewelry, Dia- 4,000 managed acres. ready now $400 bothunbs M & F parents M & Fd, sat & pepper. g- Bireptiles Small& A animals, Your Call 866858-121
$5300 sell $2100 obo. monds Call Gemologist Full service lodge. www 813-677-9916 both 7 lbs. Health certifi. istere, salt & pepper. Birds & All Your Call (866)858-2121
813-46-5175 F serviccates & 1st shots. $500 $295 & $395. Supply Needs 3 STALL Horse Barn. 7 www.OnlineTidewaterT
813-476-5rB( SAM (727) 804-7463 .bearcreekhunts.com AUSTRALIAN Shepherd $550 obo. 813-661-3075. 941-744-7617 PetlandTampa acres of pasture. House ech.com.
SAM AUsTRalAN etadTa avail. Wimauma area
wood, matching stoostick s & s et up included BEAGLE PUPPIES AKC Exceptional Dogs. 813-746-1030 Visa Mc Amex, Discover Turn unwanted items character. Classified
Climbing Your Stairs? $le6000obo 407-760-1587 813-477-9019 friendly. Small parents LAB PUPS, AKC, health SHIH Tzu Pups CKC P04 07213
New- Reconditioned on premises. $325 each certificates, ready to W/HC, 1st shots, multi
Rentals Freenstall- VIOLIN French, Madein Call 352-795-3395 go all colors $300- colored w/ classical MOVING Kennell Clos-
tion "Florida Stair 1843. Warm Sound. P T 14X8 50. 352-209-8181 Shih Tzu markings ng Partner reduction -
Lifts" -1-877-850-6781 Excellent Condition. Pro Series 1" Tourn BEAGLE P KC reg. quality bred. $00-$ adults, so me pu e,
I9L0 F oSment slate, K6 6,10 8wks.tri saotschp Rady 8/31. Taking de- Permit # P040341h l
(Miscellaneous For Sale) 941920-2408 gum rubber rails, ne very small, $300.0 LAB PUPS, AKC, shots, .posits. 813-960-08 3 or 813-650-4540
Sbox, never used. Cost (86s)285-6'126 wormed, vet cert. Block cell 813-997-7024
ARCADE Games Sale, Pac STORE4STRINGS.COM $300, sell $1150. Can (863)559-8878 head, champ.a rs, d (i Exotic ]
Man, Shooting Games Outlet Store. Lowest pri- deliver. BICHON Pups Born July ranarents on site.
Juke Bx Services Also cellos + all scioon 813-924-1326 i4th Avail g 2 $400-$500 352-307-0772 KOI POND FISH
Available 813-293-6836 struments. 401 S. Par- 100% oys & 2 girls. Bsotsh pa- kno eo Feit o DadCity TO
S new a a813-70-7464 #1822552 $1000 (863) 221-7449 r t
Tub, Tile opar. Sonmecia& ( Nrseries & Trees 20c kit + 4 pc hanid d n ewv saial( .0 B PU S s ,piWeb#1815965 f$i50.8941-456-0580 mut ord 13
ra esnty al. Quick Rsos FLOWER & FRUIT TREES c arve- i-ningto-p. C avai eosr-$e ... i B WELSH Pembroke Corgi, 914
Insured. Serving lorida Cp 3 f $ SELL $1400. "' AKC. Trip's and reds,
Overslrs."Floria's Upto$5 ea F. Peach, Call 813-774-7701. BOXER pups AKC flashy 5 fh females, 2 males. $350
Tub Doctor" 1-888- Plum Persimmon, Fig, Etc fawn, fawn w e,gor- NE A PO LIT A N Small& oodw/people!
or686-9005 Orange Lemon, Lime, SHOTGUN, Browning 12 eous heads. $550. 63 Mastif/Cane Corso Cal (813 907-88
SG-Fruit anerine, Pecan uge, gold camo, auto 859-3010/863-398-1554 Pu s. Avail mid Cot
BsEDS AT+VSCO 17 ,ox & papers, HBOXERE Pp 4 2teryesm s
Ob DI S N TBO.COM Web#1815507 like new 750 B Pupchampion $1 00 (352)398-6500 WHeTf N Terriers, soft
emr. or tr t, $ Sire5 S MARKET 4 September 10 -17
ORIGINAL TEMPURPEDIC Ellipticals, Benches, or 813-657-7469 Smallal & Sweet. Also nOld:- teadnd aerosotk r u V
FROM $699!N E NURSERY: Closeout Sale, Home Gyms, & other .ex- BOXERS, 10 wks2m left 1 ter e. P Alne u 8-kindosts. 5Fruit & vegetables
AIR & ADJUSTABLE Crape Myrtes,25 a erse equip. Freeick f bdl bth f tered. 239-4 6 1
All Sizes In Stock 813-685-553.5 / 924-,53M up call Play it Agan fawn brine o a-
7924W. Hillsborough R eg.#47224740 Sorts Carrowood 969 PAPILLN pupsYORKIE AKC r cha mpion Ue PICK GRAPES!
SHOWROOOM OPEN atrophyfisherman 05 Tampa Palms 514- (813) 504-4539 a pupsh baby dolle acesti- 2 Miles North of -4 on
S D Y scrsm 6556, Branon 661-4141 4 r. C all ny tiy Eteacups, health Matoshoa Dor. WWw.TB0.com
across from Winghouse BULLDOG, Fr. male $600. (863)412-1103. Cashonly! 813-205-3136 Call 813-335-1865.
813-889-9020 1 Office Equipment!P 1 CHAMPION.Gun Safes BOXER, 4 yr old malevailwd:Oco
8 -8D 9 -9N20 Fcas e2 $400. AM B6LLD8OG 2 yr PEKINGESE PUP, 1mo x( Horses & Cattle )3B id
BETTER Homes & Garden Other safes available en.727831-4354 there, all sots, house ARAB Geldg 4 yrs,
metal table 45X45" or Rent wholesale for offices, stores, jewel- BULLMASTIFF Pus, broken, good w/kids, YORKIE 5 monthsro trying.
w/glass top, 1 table cuie ry stores and home. AKC fawns & brindles. $475.813-671-5838 AKC male pups 20 wks Arab Gelg, 13 y, -
30X30" w/glass top, 4 cubiclesqut files retc. High Tampa Safe Exchange Heath cerificates. Bull Te e, ch ln al shots, triple reg. Call 813-986-
swivel cushon chairs 8267 A Causeway Bivd Ready Now! $1000. IT Ti HC $700 Cash Only 3735 or 625-1173, cell. f
w/2 extra cushions, 1 813-514-813 813-663-9888 663-9838 Call (813) 758-3623. Razorsede &dGoy. 813-886-9781
extra glass top 45X45," 3 males females, DUN Gelding, 5 yrs old,
cushion foot stool, NEW BUY OR SELL EXECUTIVE HUNT LEASE CAIRN Terrier, (toto), 3 8 weeks $1000. YORKIES professional raining,
$320, 813-752-7511 i bu n 7 000+ ac high fenced males, health certs., 1st 407-694-642 AKC, Gorgeous, Small, exc hunter prospect,
Office / business 25 miles Eof Gainesville & 2nd shots, $500. P ifBLUI Top Qualty,M-$600, $3500. Call Misty Farms
DISH NETWORK FREE 1-4 eu pment & furniture. trophy deer, turkey, hogs Older Males Avail. PITT B I F-$800,Shor drive from Boardin & Lessons. -
els! Starts 813-223-9790 Jay13470841 813-659-2274 Parents on premises, Tpa area. 352-793-1551 813-677-055
Movie Channels! Free STEELCASE 900 & 800 Stamps / Coins / AKC, 2 males, 2 fe- each. 813-385-8435 YORKIE Stud Service FREE HORSE MANURE!
DVR! Free iPod Shuffle Series 5 Drawer Lateral Books males, parents on prem- AKC, 6 Ibs, Black & Tan, Great For Gardens!
Now Aiwas Open! 1- Ca1727-6472170 WE BUY COINS! 813-684-8670 263-5121 shop in Classifieds. $500, 13-659-2977 Local deliver available.
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Days/2 N wighSu & Supplies pay to $. 813-792-2493 Bhome-raised with kids.
Disney Day Tickets. or 27-455-6196 1400. Read to go 8/28.
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FREE DIABETIC SIP- CONCRETE Pavers, 2nds, season 813-780-1716 813-468-4675
PLIES! MEDICARE PA- Brooksville. Call Sonya CHIHUAHUAS, CKC reg.,
TIENTS! Call Us Toll e 352-799-7933 health checked, $350 &, blueo
Free (866)294-3476 and (Dv Appt. Only) www. 2006 Bucs Tickets AII $500 Chihuahua/
Am-Medi Quality Diabet- s pavers.com Home Games, Section Dachsund mix, $150.
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APOLLO BEACH, Newer
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BRADENTON Briar Wood
Sub., 3br. 26a, possible
lease option to buy.
$1395/mo. 407-247-1439
1-800-260-2979
BRANDON 3br 2.5ba 1lg
waterfront, 1600+ SF,
Lakewood & Lumsden.
$1295 mo. 1st, last, sec
same. No pets. Avail
immed. 813-763-3800.
BRANDON/VALRICO
Rent to Own Spacious
1900 sf, Built in 2000.
3br/2ba/2cg. Covred pa-
tio, fncd yard. $1500
mo. obo. (813) 494-0959
CARROLLWOOD Country
Place. 4br/2ba/2cg. FP,
fresh paint, quiet
subdivision. $1300/mo.
1st, last, security.
Call 813-248-0005
CORK area 3br, CB, w/
CHA, on Irg treed
country lot, spotless
cond. $1175/mo + sec.
813-752-4235
PLANT City Walden Lake
3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1900
square feet, 4308
Longfellow Dr. Profes-
sional Property Manage-
ment 813-747-1128
RIVERVIEW Creekside
new home, 4br 3ba,
$2400mo Lawn/pool svc
icl. 3439sf. 12211 Creek
Edge Dr. Professional
Prop Mgnt 813-1747-1128
RIVERVIEW LOCATION!
Avail now. 4br/2ba/2cg
1900 SF, W/D inc.
Immac. home, close to
175 & Crosstown.
$1350/mo. 813-748-5545
RUSKIN Near beaches!
New 3br,2ba, lease
w/option, 1600sf living.
1600sf garage/office/
storage. $1600/mo.
813-567-1299
RUSKIN New home, 2087
sq ft, 4BR 2BA 2CG
comm. pool, waterfront
$1475 mo. 1st & last.
Pets ok. Available now.
813-991-4530.
SOUTH Tampa Close to
MacDill AFB 4br 2ba, Lg
Storage & Appli, Cable
ready, Alarm. Nice
Neigh. $1,500/mo Appt.
Only 1-352-568-0980
SPRING Hill, 2yr old 4br,
2ba, 2c% og ok.

401-226-1095E

WESLEY Chapel, 1745 sf,
seasonal rental availa-
ble. Pets allowed. Ca-
ble & lawn maint includ-
ed. 3br 2ba 2cg, $1500
mo. 727-686-8055.
[(Manufactured Homes))
PLANT CITY mobile home
for rent on 1 acre lot
$850/month 1st, last +
$500 deposit. Call
1-702-658-5107 or
813-737-4304I

[C Rooms for Rent ))
EFFICIENCIES $100/wk
APTS $150/wk. Also
HOUSES for rent,
furn/unfurnished wkly/
monthly. 813-217-5795
(Spanish: 813-774-4696)

((. Townhouses ))

HYDE PARK
4br,2.5ba, 2co, 1900sf,
large yard, 1 bock from
Bayshore. $1800 + de-
posit. 813-514-6809
LUTZ, Lakes at Heron
Cove. 3br 2ba, furn/
unfurn, gated commty.
spa, overlooking ponD.
$1195/mo. 407-247-


RECREATION


Campers / Travel ii
Trailers
26 ft. Coachman Futura
2000, sleeps 6w/bunk
beds. All the extras.
Exc. cond. $11000
OBO (813)752-0311
35' ALPHA IDEAL 5th whl
'98, 3 slides, W/D, dbl
refrig, sec syst. &more,
book value $25K+
make offer 813-690-0063
40' Franklin TT 2006, self-
contain, 2 elect slides,
2 airs, awning W/D
loaded $25,906 consid-
er trade 813-650-9345
I BUY TRAVEL TRAILERS,
5TH WHEELS &
PARK MODELS
CALL Dave ANYTIME
813-713-3217
TBO.com
Keyword: Place An Ad


(( Campgrounds )]
BUFFALO HILLS CAMP-
GROUND Selling deed-
ed campsites. Located
in S.E. Ohio Lake Region
Campsites for as little
as $160 a mth Lots of
amenities. 1-866-685-
6808

((Motor Homes / RVs))
21' Gulfstream 1998
36,300 mi, AC, micro, A-
1 cond. new gen, good
tires, Roadmaster tow
dolly. $20K 813-681-3631
27 1988 Allegro, Sips 8,
Dual Air, Gen, Rear Bed,
New Tires, 30K Orig. Mi,
1 Owner, Exc Cond.
$7,700 813-453-0124
29' Real Lite 1988 Class
C, Sip 8, 2 A/C's, Exc.
cond, low mi., Generator,
NS, Awn, 1 own. 87 Gas.
$11K obo 813-817-7116
31' 2006 Winnebago
Class C w/ slide-out,
12k mi self cont, gen,
central H/A, full kitch,
bath, TV, DVD, rear br.
Coach/Chassis warr.
$59,900 813-763-6020
33 V 2004 Winnebago
Adv. 2 slides, basement
air workhorse chassis,
21,500 miles, too many
options to list Tow vehi-
cie available $89,900
813-244-1092, 985-3717



33'WINNEBAGO 2002 Ad-
venturer. Exc cond. Load -
ed, gas V10, 23k mi, dual
slideouts. Garage kept
$67,500. 813-677-5008
34FT Class A 1994
Gulfstream Diesel
Pusher, 44k, excellent
condition! $31,900 obo.
Call (352) 567-6840.
888-Bates RV Nearly
600 Airstream Jayco
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tpa.
((Recreational Rental))
POPUP CAMPERS for rent
A/C Sink Stove, Frig.
Call Lynn to reserve%
813.546.1827 www.popup
rentalcampers.com

S RV Storage ))
FOWLER & 1-75
RV's/Boats Autos,
Secure $50/mo.
Happy Traveler RV Park
13-986-3094
STORAGE 5515 Cause-
way Blvd, RVs Cars,
Trucks, Trirs. $50/mo.
Riverview, Brandon,
Valrico 813-220-1538

RVs / Campers 11
Wanted JJ
40' 2006 MONACO Diplo-
mat 1700 mi, 4 slides,
$215k or take over pay-
ments. 239-989-2057 or
Iv msg at 239-415-0863
LOOKING to Buy
Used Travel Trailer
or 5th Wheel.
Will Pay Cash!
Call (727) 459-3856.

( Spas & Hot Tubs j)

A-1 SPAS
Moves & Repairs
Any Hot Tub
813-623-9997
HOT TUB, 8 seats, fiber-
glass, pump, filter, $600.
7x7.5. You remove.
813-253-2404

HOT TUB, brand new
$4,295, 24 ets, 5HP, 5
person. Wi ll deliver.
Sacrifice $1,695.00.
Call 813-270-2369

C( Watersports ))
JET SKIS, 3 seaters
1999 Yamaha 760 &
2001 Seadoo w/double
trailer & storage box,
jackets, tube & rope,
16,500 'firm can sep.
863-604-4548/666-6252
TRAILER for waverunner
Exc. condition.
$300

813-967-4479
WAVERUNNERS (2)
FX1300, 160HP 2004 and
FX1300 High output 4
stroke cruiser $13,000
for pair! 813-924-7475.
KAWASAKI New 2004
900STX 3 person Jetski
1 yr full warranty on all
parts. Many extas
$6995 obo. 813-545-4757

[( Boats ))
13' Gheenoe, galvanized
trailer, 5hp lissan out-
board, portable depth
finder/fishfinder extras
$1500. 352-588-2667
16'DuckBoat, 2001
custom made, 25HP
Godevil, shorelander
trailer, blind, two
large sacks of decoys
all in excellent
condition $4000
(863) 698-3770
ir7' Boston Whaler, very
low hours, just serv-
iced very clean boat
w/21' trir. Runs great
$7995. 813-943-2523


(( Boats J)
18' 2003 Polar Flats Boat,
90hp Yamaha, approxi-
mately 60 hrs like new.
Alum trr. $11,500 Lake
Placid. 863-465-2462
18.5' Searay 2005 185
Sport 190 hp I/O, Fast!
40 hrs. bimini, compass,
garaged like new w/trlr
$18,000 813-727-0452
18' Pontoon Voyager
2004 Nissan 25hp 4
stroke Trailer, Exc.
cond. $10,995.
863-326-9414
1995 19 ft Carolina
Skiff, W/trailer, & 75 hp
Mercury motor $2,500.
813-752-9547
19'MAYCRAFT, 1997 115
Johnson, very cleanper-
formance trailer. Must
sell! Won't last long.
$5500 obo 813-727-1683
22.5' 1999 Hurricane
Fun Deck, 115hp
Yamaha very low
hours, 2 axle trailer,
stereo & FF. Like new.
$12,500 813-992-0787
24' Baha Cruiser 1994 5.0
Volvo newly rebuilt,
Center console, rod
holders, outriggers, live
well, electronics, 2002
easy loader alum. trir
$14,500.813-690-7470
26" CHAPARRAL 1996,
Bowrider w/ 7.3 Volvo,
Canavas Alum. Trailer
Excellent cond. $16,650
obo (813)404-7200
28' FOUR Winns 288 Vista
2004, twin Merc. 5.0
w/Iow hrs Mgenerator,
windlass. Motivated.
727-418-8070

I O kz i(iOC
29' Thompson w/2 newly
rebuilt 454 Crusader
motors. Vib. free trans.
Motors need installing.
Best offer, 727-252-9048
31' SeaRay, 310
Sundancer, 1999,
Prisitine cond. Seller
will pay buyer's 1st yr
boa insure up to $3K,
2 mos free cvr'd slip &
200 gal. free gas,
$79,900. (813)814-4410.
42' Bertram 1983
Sportfish Rebuilt en-
ines, new interior.
179K obo Survey value
234K 850-437-1083
[(Boat Slips / Storage))
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+/mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171
Pasadena Yacht & CC.
Deep water boat slips
for sale/lease. Limited
number available. Call
727-381-7922 xt 12
pyccmembership@tam
pabay.rr.com
ST. Pete /Gandy, great
location. Dock/ Lift for
rent, shore power, wa-
ter incl., up to 32'. $500
mo. 813-713-0094.

( Boat Supplies & 1
[ Accessories JJ
T-TOPS ANODIZED ALUM
W/NEW CANVAS.
CUSTOMIZED to fit ANY
BOAT $800 941-266-0903
www.aqua-shade.com

S Sailboats )/
34' Morgan 1969, 37hp
Yanmar, runs great!
$13,000 or offer. Boat lo-
cated in Hernando
Beach. 770-335-7423

(( Boats Wanted )
Boat Donations Wanted
To Support Clearwater
Marine Aquarium,
Tax Deductible
727-441-1790 X235
Several Storm Damaged
& Donated Boats. Will
Buy & Sell. Call Mike
.727-204-7988







TRANSPORTATION


SAuto Engines / 1
Parts / Misc. JJ
BAY Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warranty
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994
ENGINES & Transmis-
sions Used & Rebuilt -
90 days up to 3 yrs
warr.M-F9-5. MemrBBB
813-875-1500
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
813-610-1535

((Trucks Light Duty))
CHEVY 2005 LS Silverado
2 wheel dr. Charcoal V8
Loaded! 18K mi, First
$18,500 takes it. 813-
657-0625 321-604-2625


(( Trucks Light Duty ])
CHEVY 2005 SILVERADO
LS, 2dr ext. cab, 5.3L
V8, 19.5K mi, Leer top-
per, sprayed bedliner
18,500. 813-931-3452



DODGE 2002 Ram 1500
SLT Crew Cab, P/W, P/L,
CD, V8, tow pkg, bedlnr,
gold 36k mi immaculate,
$16,455.813-784-4210.
FORD 1987 Ranger.
Runs good,
New automatic trans-
mission, $700
Call 813-967-6634
FORD 1995 F150 XL, stick
shift, with cap, ice cold
air, Michelin tires, looks
& runs great! 140k mi
$4,300obo 813-956-2485
FORD 2001 F150 Harley
Davidson, V8, fiberglass
topper, 20" wheels, 32k
mi, black, exc. cond.
$22,400 813-629-5953
JEEP 1970 J2000 Pick Up
V8, auto, 4x4 custom
bumper rack, $2500obo
813-363-9372

NISSAN 2000 FRONTIER
CREW CAB auto, new
tires, great condition,
72K miles, 1 owner.
$9,200. 813-436-9727
TOYOTA 2004 TUNDRA -
Crew cab SR5, V8, 45K
mi, bik with tan int, tow
pkg, wr rear window
vinyl bed cover $19,206
Obo 813-546-3337.

(( Trucks Heavy Duty))
CHEVY 2003 Silverado
2500HD 2WD, pewter,
ext cab, 46k mi exc
cond. Must sell! $17,000
obo 813-727-1683
DODGE 2000 2500 Quad
cab Long bed, ext warr.,
ex cond, tonneau cover
turbo diesel 20mpg 82K
mi, seats 6 adults.
$14,000 813-679-8318
FORD 2001 F350 dually
Lariat, red, 80k miles
all power, excellent
cond. $25,195 or best of-
fer. 813-928-8450:
FORD 2004 F250 Super
Duty, 4x4 Super Cab,
Only 20,600 mi.! Long
Bed, 18,900
813-767-0648
FORD 2004 F550 Long-
horn Haulei; 46K, auto,
4WD, 4dr cust bed, ev-
ery opt. $42k. 813-650-
0002 or 813-293-2500
FORD 2005 F250 Diesel
60K mi. extra cab, XL,
4x4 diesel auto, PRICED
FOR QUICK SALE,
$22,900.407-301-1556

(( 4-Wheel Drive
FORD 2006 Lariat F-350
SD Crew Cab 4x4,
white low mi tow pkg,
shortbedo w/ liner,
hideaball hitch, $37,500
813-477-0121
JEEP 1971 Pick Up V8, 4
speed, PTO Winch,
$I500obo
813-363-9372

JEEP 1974 CJ-5 Chassis
6 cyl, 4 spd, T18.
$500obo
813-363-9372

[(( Vans )
CHEVY 2005 UPLANDER
LT ext. tan/tan, loaded.
3.5 V-6 17" whls, A8S
dual a/c, DVD, cap chair,
tint, ar kept, like new.
36k. $-8K. 813-600-3793
Web #ID 1812904



CHRYSLER 1996, Town &
Country, Dual A/C, All
Power, great condition,
$3,500/obo,
813-293-8627
DODGE 1993 B250 7 pas-
senger. New: tuneup,
tires brakes, battery
shocks, very good cond
$3500 firm 813-685-2101
FORD 2001 Cargo van
yellow, 142K mi, good
condition, cold AC, 6
cyl, gas saver $5,000
obo 813-741-0852

((Sports Utility Vehicles))
BMW 2000 X5. Nay sys-
tem, prem sport pkg,
sunroof, BMW prem
sound. Must sell $19950
obo Call 813-601-2534





CADILLAC 2003 Escalade,
pearl w/tan leather int.
Fully loaded, 22" cus-
tom whls, 50K mi.
$33,000.813-926-0779
CHEVY 2004 TAHOE LT,
auto ride, totally load-
ed, 3rd row seat, Ithr,
new 20" whls/tires, 40K
mi, $26000 813-625-5173



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with Classifieds.


((Sports Utility Vehicles))
CHEVY 2005 Suburban
LT, blue w/tan leather
interior, immac inside &
-out, quad seating, 4
WD towing pkg, DVD,
$30k. 813-689-4300.
FORD 1992 Explorer,
$250 Must sell!
for Listin
1-800-749-8167
EXT 4124
FORD 2002 Explorer,
Eddie Bauer Edition, V6,
Ithr, all the extras, Exc.
cond. $13,000 obo
813-621-7026
FORD 2004 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, 41K miles,
black, tan leather, load-
ed, excellent condition
$24,000. 941-475-5730
INFINITI 2005 FX45. ilk
mi. Tech pkg. MSRP
54k. Graphite w/Willow.
Pristine. $42k obo.
RV trade? 941-379-2875
ISUZU 1997 Rodeo V6
4WD, Black, 5spd, New
Tires Runs & Looks
Great 121K Mi,
$4,100 obo 813-965-6135
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, 50,000 mi,
black, garaged, leather,
well maintained, super
sharp in & out. $10,500
813-900-3231/620-0096
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero--
kee. Leather, fully pow-
ered, air bag, clean, 90k
miles, $7700 obo. 813-
926-4236/813-433-8524.
JEEP 2002 Wrangler
Sport, 6cyl, 4wd auto
less than 50Ko mi.
alarm, tons of xtras
$15K obo 813-236-4400
LAND Rover 2005 LR3
fully loaded, owner sell-
ing 24K mi, still under
facory 50K mi warran-
ty. $36K. 813-300-7355
LINCOLN 2002 Navigator,
white, fully loaded new
ext. warranty, leather.
Exc. cond! $18500 Call
Shawn (813) 38-8946.
MERCEDES 1999 ML430,
white, tan int 119K mi,
1 owner sunrf, mint
cond. $10,000.
813-957-2584
NISSAN 1999 Pathfinder
4x4, great cond., V6,
new tires, brakes, more.
114K mi, orig owner,
$6700 obo 813-654-8672
TOYOTA 2003 Highlander
V6, PW, PDL pwr seat,
cast whis, 74K, running
brds, 1 owner, N/S load-
ed, $13550 352-428-0774

(( Motorcycles ))
CASH paid for junk mo-
torcycles. We pay up to
$200 cash fdr any cycle
running or nof. tine
cycle-com 727-247-8785
HARLEY 1999 Roadking
Classic, MUST SELL 27K
mi, exc cond, tour pkg,
sissy bars fin. avail.
Inci Stage dne Upgrade.
$11,900obo 863 660.3133
HARLEY 2000 FLTR
Rdglide, ex cond. Sound
system, orig adult own-
er, upgraded eng. 95 cu
in. $12,950.813-929-1104.
HARLEY 2004 Springer
Softtail, Loaded w[over
$6000. in extras. $10K mi.
Super Sharp. Mint cond.
$18,500 Obo 813-477-4536
Harley Davidson 1999
Road Kin Big V-twin,
22K, shied, side bags,
rack $11,500. 813-317-
6525 web id #1828410



Harley Davidson 1981
Shovelhead runs great
$6500 obo. 813-654-5957
after 5pm.

HONDA 1984 Shadow
700CC, low miles ga-
rage kept, excellent con-
diion. Asking $1500.
813-569-5498


([ Motorcycles ))
HONDA 2004 VTX1800,
dark blue, low miles,
many extras. $9200 obo.
Call 813-493-8620
MOTORCYCLES Wanted,
Street, Dirt Bikes &
ATV's. Also buying
wrecked motorcycles.
Cash paid. 813-924-6264
YAMAHA 2005 1100
V-Star, 2200 miles,
Cobra pipes, looks new,
with trailer $8500.
813-299-2253.

( Golf Carts )]
BAY Area Carts.
Sales, Service,
Pick up and Delivery.
813-737-5010
863-307-0700
GOLF CART EZ-GO 4
pass, lift kit w/off road
tires custom paint,
headlights exc cond,
$2895 813-300-0114

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin

( ATVs )
POLARIS 2001 Scrambler
50. 1 owner, garage
kept red runs m looks
great. Free helmet.
$1050 cell 813-927-5566

[(Automobiles Wanted))

Call 813-992-5555
Cash for your car 24/7.
Vans or Trucks
I pay good bucks!
$$$ CASH $$$
For Cars, Trucks &
Vans Any Price/Any
Time CALL ME FIRST!
727-505-3882
CASH ON THE SPOT
Cars, Trucks, Vans
Running Or Not
Free Pick Up, 24/7
813-416-1082
CASH PAID For Cars
Running or Not! We'll
come pick it up!
Paying a little bit more!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535

WE PAY $$$
FOR UNWANTED CARS
Keep Your Yard Clean
Call 727-364-5125

((Classics & Antiques))
CHEVROLET 1954 210 De-
luxe 4-dr sedan Ex cond
Rebuilt trans & brakes.
Looks and drives great.
$9,000. (941)625-8078
CHEVY 1967 Chevelle SS
real deal. 138 code, 396
auto AC car, newpaint
& inter, garaged, $s8k
Ocaia FL 352-620-8062
FORD 1965 Falcon Ran-
chero, tubbed for'-rac-
ing, no motor, $2000
813-933-1079

FORD 1989 Mustfrig5.0 5
speed, Exc. cond. New
custom paint, center
line wheels & tires +
more $8,000 firm 813-
681-5617 813-924-7106

(cAutomobiles for Sale))
2004 Toyota Tundra -
Must See! Custom ex-
tras include 20 inch
wheels, chrome pack-
age749-8116, DVD system. Als4880o
.comes equipped w/ slid.
ing rear window and
towing package. Price
$23,59 Call 950-443.

90 HONDA ACCORD Only
$999! Police Impounds!



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366-9813, Ext. 7169
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$595! Police Impounds
For Sale! More Cars
Available Now! For List-
ings call 1-800-366-9813
Ext. 7169
92 FORD EXPLORER Only
$700! Police Impounds!
For Listings Call 1-800-
366-9813, Ext. 7215
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ductible. Free Pick-
Up/Tow Any
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dren
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g 1-800-693-7911
ACURA 1989 Integra LS
coupe, MINT condition,
auto, easy gas, garag-
ed, 2-owners, 110K mi,
$2,500 813-244-1310
ACURA 1995 Integra Lots
of extras! Good condi-
tion. Stereo system,
105K mi. $3500obo "
-813-843-9761 843-9762
BMW 1992 318is, black,
tinted wind., everything
works, stick shift A/C
and CD player, 180,500
mi., $2250.813-661-3462
BMW 2004 325CI Conv.,
Red w/ bik interior,
23,600mi, 6yr 100,000mi
warr. Show ualif.
$33,750 813-244-1358
BMW 2005 325iprem pkg
silver. 20K Bluetooth,
dealer maint, many ex-
tras! $29,900 813-333-
8910. Web ID #1830710

Ik y

BMW 2005 530i, titanium
silver metallic, only 12K
mi., 50K factory warran-
ty w/ full maintenance,
premium pkg.. ventilat-
ed seats w/Nasca Ithr,
always garaged exc.
condition. 44,50O
813-888-5051
BMW 2005 5451, sports
pkg, nav, loaded, grey,
14.5K, mint. $48,500.
Call 813-949-2234
BUICK 1997 Park Ave.
red, above average
cond. 87K mi. leather,
like new tires, $5500
813-887-5488 Iv msg.
CADILLAC 1999 DeVille,
white, leather, fully
loaded, 1 owner, 102K
mi excellent cond.
$8500 813-924-0088
CHEVY 1985 Camero Z28,
Small Block 383,
Edelbrock Heads 2
Much to list! $2,300 obo
813-389-2082
CHEVY 1986 Z28 Camero
t-tops, auto, V8, AC, full
pwr, new rad & water
pump. runs great, $2500
obo 813-493-7585
CHEVY 1997 Camaro
Convertible, red w/tan
roof Anniv. Edition, V6
new tires & top Great
car. $4500 813/982-1085
CHEVY 2001 LUMINA
78,000 mi, 4 dr automat-
ic WHT/Gray Ient.
$4 800 OBO EXCEL.
7OND. (813)541-6953
CHEVY 2006 HHR-LS 800
mi, Loaded, Big Car
feel, Small Car Gas Mile-
age, By Owner.
$15,700 727-543-3049
CHEVY 2006 Impala LT
12,950 -MIl Burg/Gry,
Wrnty, Carfax Cert. 17"
whis, CD, Spoiler Tint
Wood, DIr Svcd. $16,450
727-776-5432



CHEVY 2006 Malibu LT,
15K miles, auto white
all power, prem. sound
w/CD. Mint condition!
$10,900. (813) 319-3961


Tampa 8424 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 4479 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy.
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave.
Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave.
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((Automobiles for Sale)) ((Automobiles for Sale)]
CHRYSLER 2000 LINCOLN 2001 LS V8 sil-
Sebring Conv't 96 300 ver. gray leather interi-
mi, new AC, tires & or, excellent condition.
brakes, asking $4600 $8000. One owner.
obo. 813-436-1039 813-390-7149.
CHRYSLER 2005 PT Cruis- MAZDA 2003 Protege,
er 15K mi. white, auto Speed Ed. 2.0L turbo,
all power CD, mini exc. cond. $13,900.
cond. $8406. 813-843-1583
813-426-3584


CORVETTE 1995 T-Top
6 spd, newpaint,.tires
& exhaust. 98k miles.
$11,500. 813-782-0685


CORVETTE 1999 Red w/
T-Tops, Only 29k mi, ga-
rage kept & covered.
Just like new. Sacrifice
$20 000. To View Call
Jack 352-523-1961 or
813-765-5144
DODGE 2005 Neon SXT
12k miles.blue, auto, all
power, CD, alloy, 32
mpg, in new condition.
$6900. 813-426-3584.
FORD 1994 Mustang
conv. Teal,V6 3.8L, cold
A/C, under avg miles.
Clean in & out. $3500
obo Call 727-460-5062
FORD 1997 Taurus, 128K
mi, runs good, looks
good, cold AC, every-
thing works. $3500.
813-960-8238
FORD 2004 Crown Victo-
ria, 18K mi. 4DR, all pwr
Ithr, alloy whls, w/liff
for scooter. $13,000.
813-839-2830 240-5025
HONDA 1990 Civic 107K
Sspd, cold ac, pwr win/
locks/cruise, nice relia-
ble gas saver. $1950.
Call 813-965-4944
HONDA 1992 Civic
$400 Must Sell!
for listing
1-800-749-8167
ext C752
HONDA 1996 Civic,
Green, 170K.5 spd, New
Alarm, New Tires,
$2,400
813i-385-7434
HONDA 1997 Odyssey, 1
owner 80,000 mi, 5
door 6 passenger, exc.
condition $5800
813-407-9111
HONDA 2006 Civic LX
Sedan, 17K mi. power
pkg, showroom cond.
$19.900. 813-770-1863

HYUNDAI 2001 Accent,
gold, 5 spd 24K left on
warranty. 75K mi. Good
cond! Mostly hwy mi.
$4,700obo. 813-270-2351
Hyundai 2002 Elantra
GLS, 72k mi, ACpower
wins/locks, cruise cont,
CD player, A/A wheels,
$65 0. 813-645-0242.
HYUNDAI 2006 Sonata
GLS, 3.3, diamond blue
auto, 9200 mi. fact
wrnty, carfax certified
$14,900.727-776-5432
INFINITI 2001130, excel-
lent condition & well
cared, fully luxury load-
ed 6 cyl 4 dr 85k mi,
gold, 813-690-9888,
jasonl8234@aol.com,
ask for photos, $9200
Jaguar 1997 XK8, white
coupe 58k orig mi' one
of a kind. Mint dond.
Looks & drives like new.
$21k obo. 813-841-3275.
JAGUAR 2003 X type. 20K
miles, sunroof, CD, DVD,
full power, alloy
wheels, immaculate
$21K Call 813-839-3226
LAND.ROVER 2001 DIS-
COVERY 2SE, only 29K,
new tires, fully loaded,
leather, power, BOSE,
$17,800,813-909-8413
LEXUS 1997 LS400 Pwr
Pkg, Loaded Leather,
Exc Cond. 206K Hwy Mi,
Afordable Luxury!
$7,600 813-453-3250
LEXUS 2002 SC430, fully
loaded w/ navi system,
chrome rims, very
clean 68K mi, asking
$29,900 813-300-2786


MERCEDES 2000 CLK 430
conv. 86k, AMG wheels,
dark blue, loaded, 10k
warr. $18,000 obo. Call
Mark @ 813-477-8380
MERCURY 1992 Sable 4
door(s) auto transmis-
sion, 6 cylinders, 2WD
moonrf, pwr seats, pwr
windows, (813)901-5564
carlosptampafyahoo.
corn $1200.00 OBO
NISSAN 2001 Altima GXE
Limited Edition, black
110K mi, all power, all
records, good cond.
$4250. 813-918-3396
NISSAN 2003 350Z, silver-
ext frost leather int.,
41K mi., fully loaded,
top of the line $22,500
813-760-3819
NISSAN 2004 Maxima
silver, blk Ithr, totally
loaded, garage kept,
32K mi w/booK, "mint",
$20K. 813-885-6069
NISSAN 2006 350Z Tour-
ing 1280 mi blue, bik
leather, V6, auto, 4 yr
warr. Never smoked or
eaten in. $24 800 CASH
786-797-1417
PONTIAC 1994 Grand AM
GT V6, 2dr, auto, 150K
mi, runs great, ac needs
work. $1375. Call for
more into 813-220-6029
PONTIAC 2003 Grand Prix
GTP, loaded, super char
ged, jet bik, Bose ster-
eo sunrf low mi. (23K)
$15,698. 813-903-8606
PORCHE 2004 Carrera
Coupe 11K mi,
silver/blue, ext warr.,
$65K:.813-873-0576 day
813-287-0187 Evening
SATURN 2000 LS Exc me-
chanical, DOHC, auto
93K mi, 4 DR; retails at
$6500,asking
$4750/OBO. 813-545-3772
SATURN 2000 SL2,
93K highway miles,
AC CD, rims.
2nd motor, $3200 obo.
Call 813-299-5251
STERLING 2002 ACTERRA
Mercedes engine, auto-
matic transmission, air
brakes 21ft slider with
wheel lift 59,000 miles,
$40,000. Call Ray, 813-
645-8469
TOYOTA 2000 Celica GT
Exc cond. low mi, wht.
auto, pb, ps, cass.'CD,
new tires,; 1' owner
$9700 obo. 813-505-1860
TOYOTA 2003 CELICA GS
sports package, Ithr, au-
to A/C, showrm cond,
221 mi. $16,500
AlIen 813-689-2767
TOYOTA 2003 Matrix XR
75k mi, autoair, CD,
full power, $16,500 firm.
813-996-4359
TOYOTA 2003 Matrix,
75k mi, auto, air, CD,
full power, $10,500 firm.
813-996-4359
TOYOTA 2004 Camry LE
Exc cond. 38K mi, non-
smoker, all power, gold,
1 owner, CD $14,500
727-697-0661 '
VOLVO 1994 940 gas sav-
er, 4 cyl., white w/ tan
Ithr, 4 dr, clean, depend-
able, 2nd ownr, well
kept $4400 813-933-6158
VW 2003 Jetta 46k miles,
4 door, green, clean in-
side, Feather seats,
sunroof, CD player,
g ood tires, all power.
7,200. 727-902-9081.
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