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Plant City
On Parade
Holiday season
kicks off with
parade, Lights of
Love, Winter
Spectacular
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FLUSHOTS
South Florida Baptist
Hospital plans flu
shots.
PAGE 3

MASON AWARDS
Plant City Mrsons
selects police officer,
teacher of the year.
PAGE 1

FLOOD MAPS
City plans public
meeting on insurance
options as FEMA
releases new flood
zone maps.
PAGE I

SPORTS
Durant boys and girls
basketball play Plant
City boys and girls
tonight.
PAGE 14

INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE 5
CLASSIFIED
PAGE 11
CROSSWORD
PAGE 26
FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8
OBITS
PAGE 21


WORSHIP
PAGE 11


OPINION
PAGE 6


Photo courtesy of Plant City Children's Theatre KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo



Kline Headlines Opry Show


MOUNTAIN JOY ALSO
ON BILL DEC. 9
StaffReport
The Florida Opry will host Caro-
lyn Kline at its next show, Dec. 9 at
7 p.m. at the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center, 605 N.
Collins St. Kline is the first cousin


of the late Patsy Kline and has per-
formed at the MGM Grand in Las
Vegas.
"I have heard her in person and
really could not believe the simi-
larities in voice and movements.
She sounds just like Patsy Kline,"
said Myrle Henry, founder and
president of the Opry.."Anyone
who likes Patsy will thoroughly
enjoy it."


Also on the bill are Mountain
Joy from North Carolina, Ken
McWilliams & the Nashville Band
and Tina Dallman. According to
Henry, Bluegrass fans are in for a
treat with Mountain Joy.
"They are. a really great blue-
grass, gospel band," he said.
General admission tickets.are

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NEWS DIGEST

Flu shots available at hospital
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.,
will have two opportunities
for those looking to get flu
shots this month.
The hospital will give flu
shots Dec. 12 and 19 from 1 to
3 p.m. in the resource room in
the main lobby.
The shots cost $25. Call:
757-1200.

Children's party needs
donations
Harmony. Baptist Church,
6008 W. Knights Griffin Road,
will host a Christmas party for
children from Hope Chil-
dren's Home of Tampa Dec.
10 and is looking for dona-
tions for the event.
The children's home pro-
vides a stable, loving environ-
ment for abused, neglected
and orphaned children and
depend on gifts from compa-
nies and individuals to main-
tain the home.
All donations to Harmony
will be designated for use in
the Christmas party. Call: 986-
7165.

Gospel Sing
at Countryside Baptist
Countryside Baptist
Church, 13422 Sydney Road,
Dover, plans to dedicate its
new youth center Dec. 10 at 1
p.m. followed by a dinner on
the grounds.
Special speakers will
include Dr. Harold Green, Dr.
Fred Cowardin and Pastor
Pierre Kennedy.
Featured singers for the
event will be the Backwood
Brothers Quartet, High Hopes
Ensemble, Danny Raburn, Art
& Fawn Earnest, Rick Earnest,
Pierre Kennedy, Sherry Har-
rell, Ray Shamblin, David
Smith, Woody Klinger, Babs
Davis, DeAnnaPhilpot, South-
ern Reign Bluegrass Band,
Ellenton Youth Band and the
New Life Praise Team.
There will be games for all
ages and the event is open to
the community. Call: 571-
8200.

-Strawberry Festival ticket
sales go on sale
Tickets to the Florida Straw-
berry Festival will go on sale
Dec. 11 at 8a.m.
Tickets can be ordered
online at www.flstrawberryfe-
stival.com or at the Walk-up
Ticket Office, 2209 W. Oak St.
Call: 752-9194.

Tree of Remembrance
The 18th annual Tree of
Remembrance Program will
take place Dec. 10 at 3 p.m. at
Hopewell Funeral Home
Chapel, 6005 S. State Road 39.
The holidays are a delicate
time for families who have
experienced a loss and this
program is a way of helping
them to honor their loved
ones.
Ribbons and ornaments
will be available for a small
donation for families to
inscribe their thoughts on and
place on the tree during the
service. All proceeds will be
donated to the Pregnancy
Care Center of Plant City.
Families may come to the
Hopewell office Dec. 7 or Dec.
8 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to
inscribe their ornament or
ribbon.
Call: 737-3128., ,


Latest Flood Zone Maps Go Online NEWS DIGEST


RESIDENTS HAVE 90

DAYS TO PROTEST,
APPEAL
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The most recent Hills-
borough County flood zone
maps created by FEMA, the
Federal Emergency Manage-
ment Agency, and local
government agencies in Hills-
borough County, have been
released and can be viewed on
the Internet.
Countywide, the latest flood
maps show 8,000 single family
properties have been placed
in flood zones that previously
were not in the zone. The
maps also show 21,000 single
family properties will be
moved out of flood zones if the
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period of public review,
county officials said.
The Plant City Engineering
Department has scheduled a
public meeting at City Hall,
302 W. Reynolds St., Dec. 20,
from 6 to 8 p.m.
"We will go over the latest
FEMA maps and discuss
insurance options for those
who attend," said Jessica
Guthrie, an engineering tech-
nician with the city.
"The new flood zone maps
can affect development and
insurance rates," said Brett
Gocka, the city engineer.
Gocka said that water flow,
elevations and drainage pat-
terns have changed since the
first maps were produced 25
years ago.
Additionally, erosion, land
use and other natural forces
have changed the landscape
throughout the county, the
county said in a press release


last week.
The flood hazard maps are
being created to reflect cur-
rent flood risks.
"Anyone who wants to
protest or appeal the flood
zone maps have less than 90
days to make their case with
the county," Guthrie said.
The county, Federal Emer-
gency Management Agency,
the cities of Tampa, Temple
Terrace, and Plant City and
various community partners
are involved in creating the
revised maps.
The new maps are still pre-
liminary and will not affect
insurance costs until after a
period of public review and
the county has officially
adopted them, possibly in the
fall of 2007.
To review the latest flood
zone map on the Internet go
to www.eng.plantcitygov.com
an follow the prompt.


Masons host

awards night
A teacher, police officer
and long-standing member
of its lodge were among
the recipients of awards
Nov. 17 at the Olin S.
Wright Masonic Lodge No.
79. At right, James W. Ford,
the lodge's district deputy,
accepts the mason of the
year award. "I don't know
anyone who has done more
for this lodge, district or
state," said Philip Bethea,
worshipful master of the
Olin S. Wright Lodge.


For the past three years Plant City Police officer David Hancock, show with his wife, Nancy,
Bethea and Capt. Darrell Wilson, has been the lodge's police officer of the year. "He epti-
moses great community police work and consitantcy," Wilson said. Below: Tia Brown, a
seventh-grade teacher at T6mlin Middle School, took home the teacher of the year award.
"It's a great honor. I'm ecstatic," said Brown, shown and her husband, Everitt, and Bethea.


Left: Grace Yancey, a member
of the Eastern Star for 50 years
received a special award for
her service. Eastern Star is a
Mason-affilated group.
Right: Elaine Mitong also
collected an award for her
service to the lodge.


KEVIN BRADY
Staff photos ,


African Art Gallery opens
A display of African artwork
is now on display at 103 E. Dr.
Martin Luther King Blvd.
The African Art Gallery
features work by artists from
around the world. For
information, call 719-6887 or
258-0223 or visit
www.Art2use.com.

Theater group
pick their "Favorites"
Jennifer Jackson, director
of "God's Favorite," the pro-
duction of Plant City Enter-
tainment, Inc., recently gave
out awards to the cast and
crew after it's successful run
at Hillsborough Community
College.
The awards went to: best
actor, John Harrer; best
actress, Dodie White; cast
choice, male, Tom Mitchell;
cast choice, female, Kay
Secord; director's choice,
Chip Sorensen; Beverley
Harrison Award, Tyler Hollis;
People's Choice Award, Tom
Guerre.
The group's next produc-
tion will be a musical comedy
"Forever Plaid" and will be
staged in Hillsborough Com-
munity College's new state-
of-the-art Trinkle Center,
located at the Plant- City
campus.
The upcoming production
will be directed by April Smith
and will be presented in Feb-
ruary.
For more information, call
754-4929.

Public input sought on
transportation, transit issues
Spent time pounding the
steering wheel stuck in traf-
fic?
You are qualified to attend
a workshop that's looking for
new approaches to transpor-
tation issues.
A workshop on those issues
is planned Dec. 13 at 3 p.m. at
the Greater Plant City Cham-
ber of Commerce, 106 N.
Evers St.
The event is sponsored by
the Hillsborough County
Metropolitan Planning
Organization and the Hills-
borough County City-County
Planning Commission.
Information: 273-3774, Ext.
342, or visit
www.hillsboroughmpo.com.

Pregnancy center plans
'Parent Power' at YMCA
Parent Power, a program
that teaches parents how to
connect with their children
and talk to them about sex, is
coming to the YMCA.
The 90-minute class is free
and Will be offered on five
nights, Jan. 8-12 at the YMCA,
1507 YMCA Place, just off
Alexander Street.
The program is sponsored
by the Pregnancy Care Center
of Plant City's Prevention
Services Office.
Information: 659-0886 or
visitwww.whatisimpact.com/
parentpower.



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gang related, Shultz said.
Police ask if anyone has
information about the shoot-
ing, or has seen such a vehicle
to call the police tips line at
757-9200. Any information
offered will remain
confidential.
Man faces drug charges
A Plant City man has been
charged with possession of
cocaine, marijuana and the
cultivation of marijuana plant,
a spokeswoman for the Hills-


borough County Sheriff's
Office said.
On Dec. 4, at approximately
8 p.m., members of the coun-
ty's Major Violators Unit went
to 503 W. Dixie Street in Plant
City after receiving
information that the residence
contained an indoor mari-
juana growing operation.
According to" Hillsborough
County Sheriffs Office
spokeswoman Debbie Carter,
the resident, Thomas Swain,
34, gave consent for his resi-
dence and backyard shed to
be searched. Upon searching
the residence, detectives
recovered approximately 1
gram of cocaine, a half-pound
of cultivated marijuana and
one small marijuana plant.
Additionally, a search of the
rear shed revealed 47 mari-
juana plants in a hydroponics
grow operation, said authori-
ties.
The street value of the nar-
cotic seized is estimated at
$1,800, said Carter.
Swain was released from a
county jail Dec. 5 after posting
bail of $6,500, county records
show.


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TODAY
Christmas art show
The East Hillsborough Art Guild will host
"A Christmas Showing of Fine Art" Dec. 7
from 5 to 7 p.m. at Walden Lake Country
Club, 2001 Clubhouse Drive. The event will
feature wine, cheese and music and a
chance to meet the artists. Call: 986-2966 or
719-6533.

FRIDAY
Open house
Remedi Spa & Chiropractic Center, 1701
S. Alexander St., plans its annual holiday
open house Dec. 8.
Call: 752-2440.

Teen Night
Planteen Teen Night for ages 12-15 will
take place Dec. 8 from 7 to 11 p.m. at the
Planteen Recreation Center, 301 Dort St.
Cost: $5 per person. Information: 659-4200,
Ext. 4311, or plantcitygov.com.

SATURDAY
'A Christmas Prayer'
Members of Eastside Baptist Church,
1318 E. Calhoun St., will perform the
musical "A Christmas Prayer" Dec. 9-10 at 6
p.m. Call: 754-2681.

Youth baseball, softball registration
Dixie Youth Baseball plans registration
for its upcoming season from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Dec. 9 and Jan. 13 at the Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Recreation Center, 1601 E.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and Jan. 6
at Snowden Park, 902 S. Waller St. Registra-
tion is $50 per player. The league starts in
March and games will be played Saturday,
Tuesday and Thursday. Call: 478-2925 or
757-9195..

Black & Gold Ball
The Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation
Center's Black & Gold Ball is set for Dec. 9
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the center, 1601 E.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. The holiday
celebration will include food and dancing
for adults only. Cost: $10' per person to
benefit Plant City Panthers youth basket-
ball.
Information: 757-9195 or
www.plantcitygov.com/rec/.

Churches combine for concerts
-First Baptist Pleasant Grove and Cross-
roads Baptist are joining forces to present
the holiday musical "A Christmas Prayer."
Pleasant Grove, 7725 Turkey Creek Road,
will host the cantata Dec. 9-10 at 6 p.m.
with a performance at Crossroads, 10405 S.
State Road 39, Dec. 17 at 10:45 a.m. Call:
737-4035 or 759-2126.

SUNDAY
Children's Musical at Turkey Creek
Turkey Creek First Baptist Church, 4915
W. Trapnell Road, plans a children's
musical, Dec. 10 at 6 p.m. The church will
also hold a Christmas Cantata Dec. 17 at 6
p.m. and a Christmas Eve service Dec. 24 at
5 p.m. Call: 752-7890.

Holcomb at Harmony
Mile Holcomb, the bass singer with The
Inspirations Quartet, will speak at Har-
mony Baptist Church, 6008 W. Knights
Griffin Road, Dec. 10 at the 11 a.m. and 6
p.m. services. Call: 986-7165.

MONDAY
City Commission meeting
A city commission meeting is planned
Dec. 11 at 7:30 in city hall, 302 W. Reynolds
St. Call:.659-4200.

Belly dancing classes
Belly dancing classes are offered Mon-
days from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Planteen
Recreation Center, 301 Dort St. Information:
Mary Jane Aguilar, (863) 682-6009; or Chris,
cwashburn@plantcitygov.com or 659-4200,
Ext. 4340.

TUESDAY
Tai chi classes
Tai chi classes are offered Tuesdays from
7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Winter Visitor Center,


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Antiques street fair
The Historic Plant City Downtown Merchants and Business Association will host an
antiques fair Dec. 9 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the parking lot at Reynolds and Palmer
streets. Call 717-7731.


403 Dort St., for $4 per class. Information:
Joyce, 685-1211; or Chris, cwashburn-
@plantcitygov.com or 659-4200. Ext. 4340.

Christmas social
The GFWC Women's Club of Plant City
plans a Christmas social Dec. 12 at the
group's clubhouse, 1110 N. Wheeler St.,
with special guest Michelle Pruyn, director
of music at First United Methodist Church,
accompanied by Lee Pruyn on the piano.
Door opens at 11:30 a.m. Call: 752-6566.

Ribbon-cutting ceremony
The Plant City Chamber of Commerce
will host a new business ribbon cutting
Dec. 12 at 10:30 a.m. at the Kidz Bounce
Zone, 211-AW. Alexander St.

Contact breakfast
The Plant City Chamber of Commerce
will host a contact breakfast Dec. 12 at 7:30
a.m. at the Ramada Inn Plantation House,
2011 N. Wheeler St.

WEDNESDAY
Mommy and Me Playtime
Mommy and Me Playtime is offered
Wednesday from 10 a.m. to noon at the
Planteen Recreation Center, 301 Dort St.,
for ages 2 and older. Dads are also welcome.
Information: Chris, cwashburn@plantcit-
ygov.com or 659-4200, Ext. 4340.

Free ESL class
Free English as a Second Language
classes are offered Wednesdays from 6:30
to 9 p.m. at Don Polio Restaurant, 2403
Reynolds St. The classes are sponsored by
the Church of Scientology of Tampa. Call:
872-0722.

PCHS Class of '43
The Plant City High School Class of 1943
has scheduled its Christmas party for Dec.
13 at 12:30 p.m. at the Orange Blossom Tea
Room, 106 S. Evers St. Bring an unwrapped
child's gift that cost $10 or less.
Call: Ben, 752-7109.


THURSDAY
Ribbon cutting
The Plant City Chamber of Commerce
will host a new business ribbon cutting
Dec. 14 at 10:30 a.m. at Hair, Nails & Skin,
1105 Goldfinch Drive.

PLAN AHEAD
Chorale concert
Christian Community Chorale will
perform "Emmanuel God With Us" Dec.
15 at 8 p.m. at St. Clement Catholic Church,
1104 N. Alexander St. Admission is free.
The concert will feature old Christmas
favorites like "White Christmas," "O Holy
Night," "Silent Night" and "Joy to the
World."
Call: 752-8251.

Christmas musical drama
"The Glory of Christmas," a dramatic
musical presentation of the Christmas
story presented by the combined choirs,
orchestra and drama team of First Baptist
Church, will be presented Dec. 15 and 16 at
7 p.m. and Dec. 17 at 6:30 at the church, 503
N. Palmer St.
For tickets or information, call 752-4104.

Christmas in the Park
Christmas in the Park is set for Dec. 16 at
9 a.m. at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Rec-
reation Center, 1601 E. Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Blvd.
The event, for ages 4 to 12, will feature
food, fun, games and more.
Information: La'Tosha Lewis, llewis-
@plantcitygov.com or 757-9195.

Battle of the Books
Third- through fifth-graders may prepare
for the annual Battle of the Books by partic-
ipating in a discussion of "Attack of the
Mutant Underwear" Dec. 16 at 2:30 p.m. at
the Thonotosassa Branch Library, 10715
Main St. Copies of the book are available at
the library.
Call: 987-6215.


GARAGE

SALES

Plant City, 708 N.
Merrin St., Dec. 8-9,
starting at 8 a.m.
Electrical Appliances,
tools, hunting gear and
miscellaneous items.
Plant City,. 4906
Martin Luther King
Jr. Blvd., Dec. 9, 9
a.m. to 3 p.m.
Miscellaneous items.
Trapnell, 3111
Murrary Farm Road,
annual carport sale,
Dec. 7-8. Household
and miscellaneous
items.
Plant City, 4719 N.
Dawn Meadow Court,
County Hills subdivi-
sion, Dec. 9, starting
at 8 a.m. Christmas
decor, household
items, cloths, shoes,
miscellaneous items.
Plant City, 2003
Palmetto Ave., Dec. 9.
Eight-foot Santa, blan-
ket with flag and eagle,
toys, canning jars,
miscellaneous items.
Plant City, corner
of Knights Griffin and
McIntosh roads, Dec.
9 starting at 7 a.m.
Benefits Hope Chil-
dren Home.
Dover, 10280
McIntosh Road, Dec.
7-9, multi-family sale.
New and used items.
Plant City, 337 N.
Wilder Road, Dec. 7-9
starting- at 9 a.m.
Assorted Christmas
gift baskets, dish-
washer, washer,
dryer,' tools, winter
clothes and
miscellaneous items.
Plant City, 1007
Robinson Road, Dec.
8-9 starting at 7 a.m.
Multi-family moving
sale, household
items, furniture, anti-
ques and
miscellaneous items.
Durant, 7236
Turkey Creek Road,
Dec. 7-9. Three-
family sale, RV Items,
household and
miscellaneous items.
Turkey Creek, 5016
Sydney Road, Dec. 8-
9. Household goods,
furniture, clothing,
wooden handcrafts
and miscellaneous
items.
Plant City, 707 N.
Merrin St., pre-
moving sale, Dec. 8-9
from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Dining room set,
living set, outside fur-
niture, clothing, cook-
ware, dishes, party
clothes, linens and
miscellaneous items.
Plant City, Walden
Lake, Silverwood,
3203 Silver Court,
Dec. 8-9 starting at 7
a.m. Furniture,
clothes, shoes and

miscellaneous items.
Plant City, Kilgore
and Hawkins roads,
Dec. 8-9. Cabinets
and collectibles.





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Ignorance About Our History Is Costly


t is not a surprise that a survey of 14,000 college
freshmen and seniors reveals an unacceptable level
of ignorance about the nation's history, economics
and its place in the world.


The Intercollegiate Studies
Institute authorized the survey,
which was conducted by the
University of Connecticut's
political science department.
In a random sampling, stu-
dents from 50 colleges and
universities were given a 60-
question test with multiple-
choice answers. The results
were dismal.
Despite being at war with
Iraq, 45 percent couldn't
identify the Baath Party as the
main source of support for
Saddam Hussein. Incredibly,
nearly 6 percent said it was
Israel!
Some 75 percent couldn't
identify the purpose of the
Monroe Doctrine, and nearly
50 percent didn't recognize the
first sentence of the Declara-
tion of Independence. And so
on.
This was not a trick quiz, and
these were not poor students
from slum schools. Some of the
most expensive colleges and
universities in the country were
included, and their students
did not fare well.
I think this is a residue of the
1960s and 1970s. If you ever
wondered where the Vietnam


CHARLEY
REESE
Columnist


Era's anti-war demonstrators
and hippies went, the answer is
to universities and media
offices. They were of a mind
that it is more important to
knock America than to explain
it, but education should be
about explanation, not polem-
ics or politics.
It's my belief that if people
don't understand the South,
including the Confederacy and
Reconstruction, then they
don't understand America. If
you've been taught that it was a
civil war, which is a misnomer,


that it was "all about slavery,"
then you've been robbed of the
knowledge of the most impor-
tant phase of American history
next to the Revolution.
Some perceptive historians
have called that period Ameri-
ca's French Revolution. It was a
clear break from the
constitutional republic to a
nationalistic government,
which became, as predicted, an
empire.
Of course, slavery was part of
the cause, but no large event
has a single cause. Alexander
Stephens said that slavery was
the question but not the
principle. What he meant was
that the principle was
constitutional government,
which many in the North
thought was not as important
as abolishing slavery. There
were also economic factors and
cultural factors.
The British novelist Charles
Dickens observed, "The
Northern onslaught upon
slavery is nothing more than a
piece of specious humbug
designed to conceal its desire
for economic control of the
Southern states." A good book
on this subject is "When in the
Course of Human Events" by
Charles Adams.
There are easily more books
in print about that war than
about the American
Revolution, but most of the


interest has centered on the
battles. Unless you are a
professional military man or a
hobbyist, studying battles is a
worthless pastime. What
Americans need to know is
what led up to the war and
what followed the war.
Jefferson Davis' "The Rise
and Fall of the Confederate
Government" and Alexander
Stephens' "A Constitutional
View of the War Between the
States" will take you through it
step by step. Davis was presi-
dent of the Confederate States
of America, and Stephens was
vice president.
The point of it all is that to
do our duty as citizens, we
must know the history of our
country and the principles on
which it was founded. Obvi-
ously, modern education is
failing many students in that
respect. Maybe 100 years ago,
ignorance didn't matter so
much, but our margin of safety
is gone, and we absolutely
cannot expect to maintain this
country with yahoos who get
their education from television
and the movies and those
college graduates who are close
to being the most expensive
functional illiterates in the
world.

SWrite to Charley Reese at
P.O. Box 2446, Orlando, FL
32802.


Sometimes Even Pipe Dreams Can Come True


L ast week I flew to Nashville, Tenn. Or, rather, was
flown to Nashville. Now that's a first. Typically, in
the world of words, no one pays that much atten-
tion to writers yet alone flies them anywhere.


6


So when my publisher
invited me to make the trek to
Nashville and stay in a nice
hotel my first thought was,
"Right. So what address in
Nigeria did this e-mail really
originate from, and when will
they be asking for my mother's
maiden name, my credit card
and my Social Security
number?"
"We're so glad you can
come," they said. "We'll have a
car waiting for you at the
airport."
This is a whole new world.
A lot of authors end up self-
publishing, paying their own
way and fronting production
costs. The subsidy, or vanity,
press industry is a booming
business and new technology
has made the process more
accessible, but such ventures
typically result in a garage full
of books and a huge outlay of
cash.
It's interesting how things
work out. Dare I say provi-
dential? You see, I've had this
recurring dream for some years
now and it always goes some-
thing like this: I'm on an
airplane headed north. I'm
wearing a tweed sport coat
with leather elbows. And I'm


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


flying to some publishing
house because they want to see
me and my book at the same
time. My only carry-on luggage
is an over-size file folder, and I
show the people sitting next to
me a facsimile of the cover for
my book. I'm excited, all is
right with my world. Then I
wake up.
It is a pipe dream of course, a
deep yearning from the
recesses of my subconscious.
First-book contracts are
elusive, and everyone knows
that every chunk of writing is
sent back and forth electroni-
cally nowadays. Then if work
does travel on actual paper and


ink it goes parcel post, regis-
tered mail, FedEx or overnight.
It was a romantic notion, great
dreamscape material, a fantasy
world, nothing more.
And as some of you already
know that this year I did get
that book contract. "Get Real: A
Spiritual Journey for Men" will
be available next May from
Upper Room Books. Conse-
quently, the marketing folk
invited me to Nashville to
produce some video interview
footage to support their
promotional push in the
spring. It's a risk, putting a
writer in front of a'camera, but
they wanted to give the angle a
look-see.
Meanwhile, two weeks ago,
Upper Room finished another
round of copy editing. It's a
process that includes every-
thing from fact checking to
permission requests to secur-
ing the right to quote to
elements such as grammar,
syntax, spelling and usage.
The manuscript (what they
referred to as galley proofs in
the old days) arrived in the mail
for one final go-over and some
last-minute changes. At this
stage the package is beginning
to look like an actual book (very
exciting) and even included a
copyright page with my name
and one of those cool Library of
Congress ISBN numbers.
"When do you want me to
mail it back?" I asked when the
project manager made contact


to ensure the'precious package
had arrived.
"We thought you could bring
it with you on the plane when
you fly up to Nashville next
week," she replied, unknow-
ingly, completely unaware of
the enormity of what she was
proposing.
I pinched myself hard to
make sure I wasn't asleep this
time. The juxtaposition of time,
place, imagination and circum-
stance was too much to take in.
I selected my words care-
fully. I didn't want to break the
spell. "So you want me to fly to
your offices next week, on an
airplane, with my edited
manuscript under my arm?" I
repeated, clarifying one more
time to make sure I really
understood the surreal blend-
ing of fantasy and unlikely
reality.
"If it wouldn't be too much
trouble," she said.
"Believe me," I replied, "it's
really going to be no trouble at
all."
On the way back to Tampa,
10 minutes before we landed,
the folk sitting next to me asked
what I had been doing in
Nashville. I pulled out the copy
of my book cover. The editor
had handed it to me just before
I left.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
him at derekmaul@gmal-
Lcom.


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Wally And Clyde Joined At The Hoof


Nineteen-year-old Belgium
draft horse, Clyde, and 6-year-
old miniature Sicilian donkey,
Wally, are inseparable pasture
buddies. More than that, every
evening Wally leads Clyde
with -rope into his stall. Sue
Joyce of Diamond J Farms and
Strawberry Palace has been
around horses all her life and
owns three quarter horses in
addition to Clyde and Wally.
One of her mares was bred to a
World Champion AQHA
Junior Western Pleasure
Horse.
"My newest show horse -
Rock Back N Lope is from
Canada," said Sue. "But these
two (Wally and Clyde) have a
special relationship."
Sue's husband, Jeff, agrees.
He says other quarter horses
can make noise and Clyde
ignores it, but just let Wally
make a sound "and'Clyde is
right there checking up on
him." ,
Friendship is beautiful,
even between a horse and a
donkey. Drop by and say hello
to Sue and Jeff, and their
menagerie, at 206 E. State
Road 60.

Cornerstone cooking
up tasty treat
Some things are just better
homemade. Dot Spear and
other volunteers of Corner-
stone Center know this. They
are busy making fruit cakes
from scratch. Jim Pollard has
generously donated the
kitchen at the Orange Blossom
Tea Room for baking, and
word is the cakes are not only
delicious, but selling nicely.
All proceeds go to benefit
the restoration of the Corner-
stone Center. Call 752-9225 or
752-2659 to place an order.

City loses a treasure
Plant City has lost one of its
treasures.
Willard McGinnes would
have been 96 years Dec. 22.
His long and accomplished
life ended Nov. 30 at his home
in Plant City four months after
the death of his beloved wife,
Helen.
He is remembered by many
as a stately and dignified busi-
nessman, worthy of the many
civic and community honors,
including Citizen of the Year
in 1964 and the Kiwanis Club's
Ralph Davis Fellow and
George Y. Hixon Fellow
awards for 70 years of out-
standing service.
Willard was a pillar in his
church; First Baptist Church
of Plant City, and his commu-
nity.
He was a devoted, generous
and loving family man and
friend. That he remained
active until the end of his life
was a blessing.
Willard leaves a large
family, including his
daughter, Mary Jane Hoff-
man, her husband, Bob, of
Sarasota; his son, Dub
McGinnes and wife, Pec of
Plant City, a sister, Libbye
Thompson, and, seven grand-


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


children and 13 great-grand-
children.

Optimists honor students
The Optimist Club of Plant
City recently honored five
Plant City High students.
Sherrie Mueller, Plant City
High's guidance department
resource specialist, intro-
duced the students at a ban-
quet last month at the
Recreation and Parks Depart-
ment. Britney Balliet, Adam
Batley, Ryan Consolver, Kellie
Liess and Shane Sikes were
recognized for their efforts in
athletics, academics and com-
munity service.
Britney, PCHS Calendar Girl
for November, is chaplain of
the National Honor Society
and treasurer of the Fellow-
ship of Christian Athletes.
Adam, president of the
Junior Civitan Club, vice pres-
ident of the Fellowship of
Christian Athletes and record-
ing secretary of the National
Honor Society, also served as a
page to Senator Tom Lee in
Tallahassee.
Ryan, a member of the
PCHS Academic Team and
member of the 2006 district
champion varsity soccer team,
received the best supporting
actor award for his work in the
school's drama team. He also
helped recruit 80 volunteers to
work the Recreation and Parks
Department Jackobury Forest
Halloweenevent.
Kellie, vice president of the
Keyettes Club and president
of the Students Against
Destructive Decisions Club,
was selected for the Hugh
O'Brian Youth Leadership
Award and is active in the
American Cancer Society's
Relay for Life.
Shane, a member of the dis-
trict champion varsity football
team, lettered in both 2005
and 2006. He is secretary of
the Future Farmers of Amre-
rica, an officer of the Jr. Civi-
tan Club and has received
awards in Strawberry Festival
Steer Show, Herdsman Divi-
sion.
Jeff Arnold, president of the
Optimist Club, said the Opti-
mists have been recognizing
local youth through Youth
Appreciation Week for more
than 40 years.

Kiwanians birthday
boys and girls
Kiwanians Ken Buchman,
Rich Glorioso, Susan Baggett
and -Anna Reitz -celebrated


Photo courtesy of Sue Joyce


Best buddies Clyde, left, and Wally are inseparable at Diamond J Farms.


BETTY BRIGGS/Photo
Dot Spear is heading up the fruit cake baking for Cornerstone
Center.


BETTY BRIGSS/Photo
Eleanore McDade, president of
East Hillsborough Art Guild.

November birthdays. Cele-
brating anniversaries were Jim
and Jennifer Brown, Robert
and Wendy Brown, Matt and
Mary Buzza, and Rich and
Judy Glorioso. God bless you
all.
And congratulations to
State Rep. Rich Glorioso and
also County Commissioner Al
Higginbotham on their
election wins. I read where Al
is following the late Jim Red-
man's example by opting for a
surplus desk in his county
office.

Calling all crafters, artists
Eleanore McDade, presi-
dent of the East.Hillsborough
Art.Guild, tells me producers
of the Home and Garden
Television show "That's
Clever" are searching for
unique artists and crafts
people to profile during their
upcoming season.
The show highlights the
contemporary crafting scene
all over the United States, and
visits artists/crafters in their
studios and homes. You don't
have to be a full-time artist
and they are interested in
everything from woodworking
to knitting.
Call (818) 755-4800, Ext. 176
for information before Dec.
22.- ......--------...


Photo courtesy of Plant City Optimist Club
On hand for their big day with the Optimists Club were Sherrie
Mueller, left, Shane Sykes, Adam Batley, Kellie Liess, Ryan
Consolver, Britney Balliet and Jeff Arnold.


Remember the troops
As Christmas draws near
and families make plans to get
together, remember our sol-
diers and sailors in your pray-
ers.
Among those from Plant
City serving our country are
Wesley Couch, Joel Snively,
Jill Ritenauer, George Rite-
nauer, Justin Bartlett, Jona-
than Humphrey, Brian and
Leah Wilson, William S.
Mitchell and Adam Snyder.
Joel Snively, 19, has sent word
to pray for his comrades who
have been wounded and all
those,-like himself, deployed-


in Iraq. He and his fellow U.S.
Marines have also requested
DVD movies to watch during
the few days of rest they
have.
His address is LCPL Snively,
Joel E., 2/8 Golf Co. 4th Pit.,
Unit 73225, FPO AE 09509-
3225.

Have a birthday or family
event you would like to see in
Betty's column? Send items
to gabylee@tampabay-
.rr.com or mail or hand
deliver to The Courier, c/o
Betty Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler
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DECEM.1BER 2006 t THE,~QU~IER ,9


LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT


LtUAL AUVtn I IIlSEMENT I


A RESOLUTION PROVIDING NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, AS REQUIRED BY SECTION 166.041, FLORIDA STATUTES, AND OTHER APPLICABLE LAW.

WHEREAS, the City Commission has received petitions for voluntary annexation from owners of real property within the unincorporated area of Hillsborough County; and
WHEREAS, the City Commission determines that the petitions bear the signatures of all owners or property in the area proposed to be annexed and meets all the legal requirements for voluntary annexation; now, therefore

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA:
Section 1. As required by Section 166.041 and 171.044, Florida Statutes, and other applicable law, the City Commission of the City of Plant City, Florida, does hereby give notice of the proposed enactment of an ordinance entitled:
ORDINANCE NO. 42-2006

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY UPON PETITION OF THE OWNERS THEREOF, AND REDEFINING THE BOUNDARY LINES OF SAID
MUNICIPALITY SO AS TO INCLUDE THEREIN SAID REAL PROPERTY, AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 171.044, FLORIDA STATUTES.
The proposed enactment of said ordinance, following second reading, shall be considered by the City Commission at its meeting in the Sadye G. Martin Auditorium of the Nettle Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street
City Hall, Plant City, Florida, on January 8, 2007, at 6:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, at which time interested parties and citizens may appear and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.
Section 2. All persons are advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting, he will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose
he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Section 3. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person with a disability requiring reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this meeting should call the City Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at least 48 hours
prior to the public hearing.
Section 4. The proposed ordinance, which includes the complete legal description by metes and bounds of the area proposed to be annexed, may be inspected by the public at the office of the City Clerk at the Nettle Berry Draughon
Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida.
Section 5. Brief general descriptions of the areas proposed to be annexed are as follows:

ANX-2006-006: Approximately 1,006.88 acres located South of Knights Griffin Road,'West of Charlie Taylor Road, East of Wilder Road and Fraizer Lane, and North of Interstate 4 (folio # 089793.0000; folio # 089351.1000; folio #
089354.1000; folio # 089735.0200; folio # 089736.0000; folio # 089736.0050; folio # 089736.0100; folio # 089791.0000; folio # 089792.0000; folio # 089351.0000; folio # 089352.0000; folio # 089735.0000).

ANX -2006-013: Approximately 64 acres located South of Kirkland Road, West of County Line Road, East of Lindsey Road, and North of Rimes Road (folio # 90955.0000, folio #90955.0050, folio #90955.0100, folio #90954.0000 folio
#90965.0000, folio #90966.0000, folio #90967.0000, folio #90968.0000, folio #90969.0000, folio #90970.0000; folio #90973.0000; folio #90973.0100; folio #90972.5000; folio #90972.0000; folio #90974.0000; folio #90972.5100; folio
#91008.0200; folio #91008.0100; folio #90974.0300; folio #90974.0200; folio #90974.0100; folio #90974.0400).

ANX -2006-008: Approximately 288 acres located West of Franklin Street, South of Sam Allen Road, North of 1-4 and East of Wallace Branch Road and Thonotosassa Road (folio # 090070.0000; folio #081868.0000 and folio #
090082.0000)

ANX 2006-009: 2505 Karen Drive (folio # 090322.1202)


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The maps showing the areas to be annexed are attached hereto and incorporated herein. The proposed ordinance, which includes the complete legal description by metes and bounds of the area proposed to be annexed, may be obtained
and/or inspected by the public at the office of the City Clerk at the Nettle Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida.
Section 6. This resolution, including the maps attached hereto, as notice of the proposed enactment of said ordinance, shall be published in The Courier, in accordance with Section 171.044(2), Florida Statutes, at least once each
week for two consecutive weeks.


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Plr.' ant (,tv. r'
"lil Inurkle (reik Ri. "'.' 10.1

(ounh line Rd. "i.60-09
Sdunel S* dnei Rd. I'10 ml. I
o/ s.I-nel- Dotre Rd. 659 0552
Furker (reek:
firkei (reek Rd. '5. 53"2

BAPTIST
4/azia furke (rreek Ril
%. of SR 60. -' 5" "j9
4lafla Baptist: 222 .Mafia (lhunh Rd.
634-8845
iNlthwh. iHorlon, Rd. T"".-32
Berea:S R39 j. '-12l2-
Bellhanr: sork Rd, "52.9209
Bethel-l 80 -. Renfro St. "54-2239
Beuili: Allen (ounth line Rd,
llthia. "; '122'
Bihle/ Charlie 6rijfin Rt.
"52-2i"5
Bunrh dood temple. Euclid Dr :
SR 5-". "52-3"82
(al arn Free Iill:
3539 Iranmell Rd E.
(edar 6iri e. [. A h sille Rd.
"-3" .12.3
Central oIl lllida
Pinecresl & hAeieilhe Rd
(brunh on Ihe Rock.
;01 [. I ohn-iwk. "52."lli
(inlllunill- (l'rislian:
I51I \. Shannon u r, ".-i 5.8.>
(msspvem,a% SR '9 Pi5. crest.
"J-I1211
(cunlna ide /Ikqlist i I'n-l.
I;522 Sildnet Rl.. 5-1. 52fI
ov'er I ist" \ 6iatl nlager Rd.
6i9 0203
l. tis//he. 1/.31 1. (allmouu it.

//I lthonilotossirc Iclntost,
6 Knights ,6rviin Ril, 9863.416
iaith [) eiple Prinilhl e.
MIlS0 B. iil/hilonii 81. "i54.6661
lirct liplil ( hilicih of Ilidair.
Viidual Rd. "-'20"29
lihl Baptisl lilthia.
Intersectio ,in/SR '9 6
lill/ia PiiereRl Rl. "3' 1121
Fitrl Plant (ill
50Pja.\ Phler. "52-.1114
firs-t hnn'lotasia ltisionail
flItnloa h Ril. 966."56
lhannom kii aptist ( hrch
6t00. 11 Anighl (6rilfin Rd. 9A6 "16.5
lliopeneier. 5".-55,48
i lopel 'e/:5R R39 ). 3.3i5
ui/ghlls-. Paull iuchnuai Hnt,


-52 49
lebanmton BrRah forbes Rd.
"5221006
lone lak. lone Oak Rd. '54-5i2'x
Itount .loriahl Frceuill:
amrrnn Johnson St., "5i4.39
flount .llrial lreeuil:
2142 1olson Rdl. 3". t149
.lounln Olihe- 6H 0 Ball Si.

,\Neu Iope lreu ill
Raplist (Ihurrnr
.5101 SIdne. DoIer Rd.. Dover
\eu It. limon Ireeni-ll
jfI iDamniels Rd.. "52.-3985
,\orlhside:
PI'0 Franklin St. "52.2-'9
Oaknoom .irporl Rd. "52-5499
Plant (ilh Prminmllie:
09 %. Fiers St. "4 .2_61
Pleawnult 6riie lirlt
lurker (reekl Rd. "." 2556
Shiloh Baptil Ilirch: :
905 i. Terrace Dr., "i51.'15
sprilngiea"d Ititgiln Road,
"54-4'89
I. like IlssiMonarn.
108S s arnell St. *"5 992
51. Itfa' Itreenill-
Hunter 6 Ilar /t.t 5. .68.53
1S. tlar l ltlivioiin r
!.n1 8.R. 4 O[.. "3" 36f
't l n's oIunnunitr (huirch.
90" 1. laurna S. 5-1616l
ildnTe. 1510 'e Rd. 659.1502
lurke., (reek iformuniiir
Aiptist ( ,llani
54-H" Inrks'i (ek Rd.
,513-J". 12-'4I
Turkerl (reek lirt.
Icapitcl Rdi. "i2 ,59'i
I idon .tlisimnwri: Iaki Rd
Beilcone Bapist: 110 ln Iecolme
(lunirh y.(.S/. ";)'"1 228'
Restside: 250). H. 6runfield .I e.
"52. 150
Ufhtlehult Rd 90i1 ; hilel.vrut Rd,.
"51.5105

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little nl on. 1551n 0 founh' Rd 9.
lithia. 634"i'51
talent Pritilhr e:
1+022 'Iern (hurni Rd.. S dneir

CATHOLIC
St. (lenient: I ti \ Ile.tander 51.
"52.8251

CHURCH OF CHRIST
A ilItc Rdt W918.. iiler Rd.
-522-'l
lork: Cork RuLoa. 52-1521
laura .St 1.10 F slanra 1.
"52.2-58
Sptinghead: Iiggins Rd. "- 4.1485

CHRISTIAN
w ir; i:,plc. iii ,ri .A)l
First: 2108 puoolosysia Rd.
"52. 5385

CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
(ornersifone (histiani:
Ikintoh. Rd. Aof/ R 'i-

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
\e rirace: 1214 I l.mran 5

CHURCH OF GOD
le, lar l.ini Tunr I
(ail 'iii ( uniuiiit h:
5201 nilh. Riuls Rd
Iluner Daa-nning V. 659.291111
Plant rilrf 211 iluidlike Red. '152-591
urk-, I (reek: luiker- (rvk Rd

fithonoilow .a
1"i2l, In lor Rd 9'fi1916

CHURCH OF GOD
iAnijd r :.0i i Iniji.jri)
Ahingtal irol 2T10. Kinisiva .l\..
irffliac. 65".5 0l
Plaul (ill: Grace. Iello, lhip
"i.llsobrook St. 361.190
lir-s. %. inniinm aiul tlaker St.


'2-64.0%s
Gospel lblerna, 'e. lltn &. Iliunes St

EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: S. \ (31% el St.
"52 5061

FULL GOSPEL
Declin'y (hnrrml of Plant (ih'
I 112 .. IlWeeler S1.
hij-i59.2181

HOLINESS
Delit eranse fabernacle:
808 It: Grant St.
Refuge I. ireb olfOur lord.-
"'-8 Ball St.

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Iabetwacle:
2311 5ianomub Rd, '54-3843
Ret',ration laseilbil
110 S tiemrs S
lt angelists for.le.su fabernacle.
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
(alr an chapel Plant (rtil.
1310 .orlht ,annon 4e.'. 6992.-51
(hristrmn (ronlh (tlentr.
10/l 1. Baker 51 Suile 200. "19-1909
(o enail Bible (Iunh.b.
1408 F. Tomlin.S1, 5.41 .1
l'Leper life fellom ship:
(oiilla Ril. I of 5R.j9 \
Ret-i al .iuht'eah (enter
225 ,\ Dker Rd. 61-.2250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Ahtldou Hull-3202 .\. iitan-nd lite.
--'* 5)45

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
hurthb of.hesus thrist IS:
1805 Park Rd. "52.636

LUTHERAN
Hope 101S. 2001 Park Bi-d,'. 52. 6122
lord oflifi r tll.
2104 If tdlake Rd. '52 6064

NAZARENE
Plant ( ih (ommunihl
(hurch ol the .a-arene
2l02 Iludlake Rmoad. "52 -86.

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Fall gospel Fellou ship
R. Ihlin.l1e.
Full Gospel lalirnacle.
2311 Samunnuls Rd. ~54-38,3

(irealer lore (rislian (enter:
1109 \. Irnklin St. "59 82'0
Imnpalt lamily Ionthip (enter.
,leetis atl .efler Elmeainlan
'sci8/o. 05"'-."9
halnoi International
(harn-h of FlotrIln.
902 1 Renjo St. "-64-0929
lam/ti Bible Felloa ship:
10201 1. HilHloniatgh iMe. "i. 26"4
I nill (Ihnt (Ihuih.
1911 o.mlonii 65'-2624
olluniain Puaise and ui ohip (enltei
I1.. 921

ORTHODOX
Hll Pinlte, lion ir Illrtil, dI r Ih.
. nm20,I/too es like Rd. D0 ser. 6l59-0l12.

PENTECOSTAL
Lrealer Heigllt.e laiull
worship ( etler.
..01 I letoous Rd. "5 0.S.
lit ig I aler,s foiaumqueiv
(InihI. 602 5. El rs St. '59-052t
\eu. Hope Uors/hip (enter:
00l U. Ioalimer\ it. 5"-6123

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dfoi : Ifoore' Lake Holiness
churchh Rd. 659 1301
(bhurrh of the li-ing 6od:
1102 Foler St. 5- 51.840


PRESBYTERIAN
EangeClical Plant (ilh.
11 0"f harlie eri fin Rd. '59 93b
I irsi Presbi .htrian Plant (ill:
if4 u Reinoldi Si, 521-4211

SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
ialk anith God .ltnisrl.
15140 SR 5"i. DoUter. 6590930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
PMinl (lt.: 2210 Shianb--r Dr.
"52- .169

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, INC
* s ti("Single. gain Fellionuip C.
tanngelism' 1l201 oult, It;iins Rd..
-5t-3-221

SOUTHERN METHODIST
rirl. 10Mj WJohnson Rd,
5 -. 5968

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St Mark I united (lhuh.
2914 liltia Pirnecrest Rd. Ialinto.
685 09' '

UNITED METHODIST
(ork. 411i Ii. Sam .1llen Rd.
'54 .2 2
NIk t'r lrit. ltoore lake Rd at
Iletloui.st (latir Rd. 659').14
Firot Planii t ih 311 \. l-I en sI.
-54.3519





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Frialh Planl (1i: .
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WORD OF FAITH
Faith Outacub (hurnh oJPlant (ih
HC( Plant /ih' (tuanprs
joln R Trinkle BuilMing
p106 riorh Park Rd.i '59-92'





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BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road. Plant CCry
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School- 1 000 A H
FHonlon Worsihp II i00A .
Evening Woirsl p 6 00 PH.

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IN THE SPIRIT


Joseph LaRue Richter: Friends Of hristmas


Dr. Joseph LaRue Richter is a Plant City
institution. Since completing medical school in
Sevilla, Spain, Richter has served the commu-
nity faithfully as, a respected physician. His
social conscience took a different twist, how-
ever, when he quite literally took on city hall to
erect a nativity at McCall Park in December of
2005. The ensuing controversy, and this year's
permitted display, make Richter a suitable
focus for "In the Spirit."
For more information on the group, visit
www.friendsofChristmas.net.
Q: Where were you raised?
A: Right here. I was born in 1942 outside of
town on a dirt road with no running water and
no electricity.
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born in the same house my mother was born
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A: 1960. Jimmy Hoover and I played football
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Q: Why place a nativity downtown?
A: There was nothing appropriate. It is
"Christmas" not "Santamas" isn't it? I'd got to
thinking about it the year before (2004) and
was told there was no provision for a permit
and it wouldn't be granted. Well I tried to talk
myself out of it but it wouldn't stay away.
Q: Did you expect a controversy?
I spent a year researching. It's not illegal for a
private individual to display something so long
as there's a disclaimer that it's private. In fact I
could donate this to the city and it would still
be legal for them to put it up.

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12 THE'COURIER DECEMBER-7, 2006


CHRISTMAS IN PLANT CITY


2006 DAVE BUYENS PHOTO. All rights reserved.
More than 1,000 marchers and thousands of onlookers got into the holiday spirit Dec. 1 as the
Plant City Christmas Parade took over Reynolds Street. The parade took a new route this year,
eastward on Reynolds through the downtown area. Above, the man of the hour arrived at the end
of the parade. Santa's ride this year was provided by Plant City's Florida National Guard unit.



Christmas Parade Draws Thousands Downtown


SANTA, PATRONS, RESIDENTS

ENJOY NEW ROUTE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Santa was in his usual jolly mood
following the 2006 Plant City Christ-
mas Parade, Dec. 1, featuring the
grand old elf riding east on Reynolds
Street in a National Guard deuce-and-
a-half personnel carrier.
"It was a hot one," Santa said about
the almost 80 degree temperatures
that evening. "But I sure enjoyed see-
ing all the little boys and girls cheering
for Santa along the way."
It was Santa who predicted cor-
rectly there would be no snow on his
parade.
"It would have been OK with me if it
was closer to 50 degrees outside
instead of 80," Santa said. "But the
crowd was excited and they all looked
like they were having a good time."
The parade grand marshal, Joyce
Jordan, the founder of the nonprofit
organization Unity In the Commu-
nity, said the parade was a perfect
opportunity for her to thank Plant
City for all the support it has shown
for the charitable organization.
"I was afraid I would be nervous as
the grand marshal," Jordan said. "But
I saw so many friends and acquain-
tances along the route, so many who
helped Unity become so successful. It
was very satisfying and humbling to
be grand marshal of our Christmas
parade."
Jordan'rode in a 1956 Ford Thun-
derbird convertible owned by her
neighbors Lamar and Sara Eakins.


"The parade seemed shorter this
year. Maybe that was because I was
able to ride this time instead of walk-
ing the route, passing out beads like I
did for so many years," she said.
The route from beginning to end
was supposed to be nine-tenths of a
mile, from Dort Street, at the Santos
Apex, moving to the east on Reynolds
Street to Michigan Avenue. However,
parade organizers moved the starting
point about a quarter mile east to
almost Davis Street, leaving the actual
parade route at about .65 miles long.
Fran Neilsen, one of the parade orga-
nizers, said a meeting would be held
to discuss changes needed for next
year's parade.
"The staging area will be moved,
giving us more room for the parade
route," Neilsen said. "We will face
some lighting issues and other details
that will help make it a better parade
next year. But all in all, we think it
went fine. We received a lot of favor-
able comments from the public."
Police Capt. John Borders said there
were few problems associated with
the parade.
"It was a well behaved crowd," Bor-
ders said. "We don't see very many
problems from these community
parades."
Borders said plain clothes officers
were scattered through the area, and
each intersection had city police on
hand. Five officers on bicycles cruised
the area watching for trouble. Two
cars parked away from the parade
route.were burglarized, Borders said.
Police are investigating.
"The residents on Reynolds seemed
to be pleased with everything about
the event," Borders said. "There was


2006 DAVE BUYENS PHOTO. All rights reserved.
More than 130 entrants joined parade grand marshal Joyce Jordan to provide
entertainment for the thousands who lined the new route. Jordan is the leader
of Unity in the Community, a nonprofit group that helps the needy.


no vandalism, no property damage
and littering in the residential area
was limited."
Resident T. J. Lopez, whose home
fronts Reynolds Street in the west 700
block, invited about 50 friends and
family members to view the parade
from his front lawn.
"This route for the Christmas
parade is a great idea," Lopez said.
"Now, with the Strawberry Festival
Parade, we have two parades each
year coming right past our house."
Lopez roped off a patch of ground
near the sidewalk but said as soon as


* -


I ,
C'X


2006 DAVE BUYENS PHOTO. All rights reserved.
There were plenty of beads and candy for the kids (and maybe for a few adults too). Above, the booty is thrown from the
Brewington's Towing truck ... -


the parade started he would open the
area for all.
Joining Lopez in the bid to reserve
space was Jim Creel, pastor of the
New Hope Worship Center on Maho-
ney Street. His church property opens
to Reynolds just west of Franklin
Street. Twenty-five volunteers from
the church prepared hot dogs, cole-
slaw, chili, corn dogs, chips and soda
for sale to the public. They had 115
chairs along the church property
available for $2 per chair.
"We have been doing this for the
festival parade for years," Creel said.
"It's a great way to enjoy the festivities
and add to our.building fund."
Creel also opened the church park-
ing lot to the public for $2 a spot.
For the most part, people simply
showed up early, claimed a spot on
the city right-of-way between the
sidewalk and the street, and waited
for Santa to make his way down Rey-
nolds. An unscientific count put the
crowd at something more than
10,000.
Don Rainard, the city supervisor of
traffic and roads, said the litter on the
streets after the parade was mostly
found in the historic downtown, not
the residential areas.
"From Walker Street to Michigan
Avenue, where the vendors and most
of the picnicking went on, was where
we found most of the litter," Rainard
said.
Over 130 units took part in the
parade. Neilsen said she was
interested in reducing that number
for next year.





DYCEM8EFV1, 606 S 4 tCOOdWRY 134


CHRISTMAS IN PLANT CITY


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
State Representative Rich Glorioso, a former city commis-
sioner, rides in style through the historic residential section
during the Christmas. Below: Cub Scout Pack 734


KEVIN BRADY/Staff photos
The "elves" from Sunshine State Federal Savings and Loan Association enjoyed the parade. Below:
Plant City's GarvElvis performed on the Wal-Mart float.


Above: Young ladies from Miss Heart of Plant City rode in a
convertible. Below: The YMCA Superstars unit.


The Antioch Redskins float had a football theme. Below: The Plant City Nationals float.


The Ramada Inn's Red Rose Ballroom also joined in the fun.' ',





14 ,THECOURIER -.DECEMBER 7,-2006


CHRISTMAS IN PLANT CITY



'Love'lights tree
Officially kicking off the holiday season in Plant City, the
: eighth annual Lights of Love Tree Lighting filled McCall Park
Nov. 30. Sponsored by the South Florida Baptist Hospital
Foundation, the event raised money for the new pediatric unit
at South Florida Baptist Hospital. Donors sponsor lights on
1'', a the tree in memory of a loved one.
Adding to the holiday theme, the Plant City Historic Down-
Stown Merchants and Business Association also hosted a
"Downtown Stroll" the same evening with hospitality stations
offering snacks and beverages to those attending the tree
lighting.
SFred and Tammy Johnson were the honorary chairs of the
event with the First Baptist Church Children's Choir singing
,, hymns. The Rev. H. Richard Bills gave the invocation with
Mayor John Dicks leading the countdown to light the tree and
5- -i the other holiday decorations. Judy Martin, executive director
S.of the foundation, said she expected the event to raise about
V. $20,000.


2006 DAVE BUYENS PHOTO. All rights reserved.


The children's choir from First Baptist Church performs.


2006 DAVE BUYENS PHOTO. All rights reserved.
City workers decorated McCall Park extensively, including
these nutcrackers.


KEVIN BRADY/Staff photos Eli Lozano and Mike LaCosta spun Christmas tunes at McCall
Park. Below: Kayla Stewart gets her first taste of snow with
Hundreds of children turned out Dec. 2 for a winter wonderland courtesy of the Plant-City mom, Harmony.
Recreation & Parks Department, which, with the help of Gulf Coast Turf & Tractor and Sunshine
Federal Savings & Loan, brought 12 tons of snow to McCall Park. The event included live enter-
tainment, free arts and crafts, a space walk and an appearance by Santa. Above, youngsters
explore the mini snow mountain. Below: Children made their own Christmas cards at the arts
and crafts booth with the help of volunteers Derrick and Andrew Hargrove. Kristina Pletcher.
Shilee Edwards and Nancy Higgins. '







SPIRIT
Continued From Page 11
Q: Did last year's fracas
strengthen your resolve?
A: We just put it up it and
the next morning it was gone.
Q: That wasn't the end of
the story?
A: I said, "The only reason
you removed the nativity is
you don't want to fight the
ACLU." I said "Now you're
going to have to fight; either
fight to'keep it or fight to lose
it. We'll just keep putting it up
and you 'can keep taking it
down even if I have to make a
new one each day."
Q: How did the city
respond?
A: The city met and passed
the ordinance and everything
was fine which was what we
really wanted. If it wasn't for
Mayor John Dicks we wouldn't
have this.
Q: Where did the name
come from?
A: "Friends of Christmas" is
a bunch of local guys who
decided it was the right thing
to do. We had to come up with
a name to apply for a permit.
Q: Are you concerned about
Christmas?
A: Of course they're
making it not Christmas. Hon-
estly, I don't understand it.
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want displays?
A: I think a Menorah
would be fine. Then if the
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City?
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that's why we all came back.
We all went off to school then
we all came back. It's still
small-town. It's nice you can
do something like this and still
get the support of city hall.
Q: Where do you worship?
A: You want to know the
truth? I won't say I don't go to
church, I do. I was raised Bapt-
ist. My wife she's a Plant City
girl too, she died three years
ago was Catholic. We went to
the Lutheran church. But I'm
not affiliated with any
organization. Once in a while I
go Lutheran, then Presby-
terian, then Baptist.
Q: Are you stubborn, or
principled?
A: Principled, I guess. But
don't ask the other people! We
had six in the core group will-
ing to come down here and
take the risk (2005). It was an
illegal act.
Q: It the nativity worth the
effort?
A: When we were putting it
up a young woman and a child
came over from the lights and
looked at it and the little girl
said, "Look it's Iesus!" I told
Frank "that's what it's all
about."
Peggy Fasano of Plant City
contributed to this story.
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Long, Jerry Lor, Tom Lor,
Nathan Mardis, Brian Mattice,
Joseph Moore, David Nicke-
son, Jessica Nunez, Alison
O'Connell, Joshua Overstreet,
Nanci Palacios, Cherith Pass,
Clint Randolph, Melissa
Reese, Dennis Riley, Michael
Ritchel, Jared Salazar, Gabri-
ella Santo, Mistie Snell, Kasey
Sogan, Stephanie Sparks,
Mark Stutzman, Joshua
Teplitzky, Bradley Thomas,
Zachary Upshaw, Hilary
Vircik, Cynthia Ward, Michelle
Weedon, Lakisha Williamson,
Madison Worthen and Gerald
Wright.

Vaneerde
Graciela Vaneerde of Plant
City was named a Dana
Scholar at the opening convo-
cation at Agnes Scott College
in Atlanta.
Vaneerde, a member of the
class of 2007, is a graduate of
Blake High School in Plant
City.
She is the daughter of Neil
Vaneerde and Darla Vaneerde,
both of Plant City.

Austin, Range make dean's list
Two Plant City residents
made the dean's list for the
spring 2006 term at Spring-
field College in Springfield,
Mass. They are:
Shannon Austin of Plant
City, a senior majoring in
human services.
Michelle Range of Plant
City, a sophomore majoring
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First United Methodist Church
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ship service at 9 a.m. in the
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Jewish services
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last Tuesday of each month
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scouts a lesson in Plant City history when he pointed out the bust of the late Nettie Mae
Draughon, a long time city employee and former city manager, 1974-1997, whom City Hall
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McClelland
William R. McClelland, 77, of Dover and
Blairsville, Ga., died Oct. 20.
He was born in Tampa and was a lifelong
resident of this area.
He was a farmer.
He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Louise;
a son, Reese of Dover; a daughter, Johanna
Wetherington of Dover; two brothers, Donnie
of Live Oak and James of San Antonio, Fla.; a
sister, Julia Woofter of Plant City; three grand-
children; and three great-grandchildren.
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Nov. 24.
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Carlos of Mexico; his mother, Petra of Mexico;
two brothers, Jose and Armando; and three
sisters, Sylvia Romero, Christina Melendez and
Erika Godinez.
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Nov. 27.
He was born in Philadelphia, and came here
from Pennsylvania 50 years ago.
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borough County Water Department and
attended Oasis Community Church of Lake-
land.
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Todd of Lakeland; two daughters, Jennifer Grif-
fin and Jessica, both of Plant City; his mother,
Virginia of Plant City; three brothers, Jack of
Plant City, Harry "Ma'c" of Auburndale and Joe
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Cougars Unbeaten;


Hard Part Ahead

BOYS SOCCER TEAM FACES MAJOR
OPPONENT IN SARASOTA FRIDAY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The soccer season is already a month old and the Durant boys
team has yet to suffer its first defeat. Two shutout wins last week
have the Cougars at 7-0-2 for the year.
"We're undefeated, but I think the guys are keeping
grounded," said second-year head coach Jamin Hollingsworth,
adding that this Friday's visit to Sarasota Riverview will be the
team's biggest challenge yet.
On Nov. 28, the Cougars dominated rival Plant City 5-0, and
Nov. 30 took care of Brandon 3-0.
Cecil Clarke scored two goals while Marcos Garcia, Andres
Mena and Jarrett Williams added one each. Clarke and Williams,
both sophomores, are the leading goal scorers.
Clarke is a transfer player from Jamaica and Hollingsworth
was unfamiliar with him until recently. The same was not the
case with Williams.
"I was friends with his older brother, so I've known Jarrett
(Williams) like since he was a baby," the coach said. "He's been
our top offensive player all-around. He's so quiet about it, you'll
think he's not doing much and then you'll look up at the stat
sheet and he'll have two assists."
Williams has eight assists, along with five goals, while Clarke
has eight goals and five assists. David Gonzalez, a senior, has
two goals and five assists.
But the biggest star so far may very well be goalkeeper Chris
Parsley. The senior had five shutouts through the first nine
games.
"He's played really, really well," Hollingsworth said. The
coach added that Parsley does not play goalie for his club team,
so he does not get as much practice as most at that position.
After the Cougars take on Sarasota Riverview Friday, they host
Riverview, ending the district portion of the team's schedule.
After Riverview, Durant won't play again until Jan. 3.
The girls team, however, is not faring as well as their counter-
parts. With a 2-1 district record (District 6A-8) and 4-3 mark
overall, head coach Ron Evans said the team is just trying to play
with more consistency.
"When we want to play, we can play," Evans said. "Honestly
our goal is to get better each game, and we are doing that. Next
year we are going to be very good. This year, our main goal is to
get out of the district and into the playoffs."
The team's lone district defeat comes from East Bay.
The Cougars were to play Lakeland Tuesday night, then, like
the boys, finish up the district schedule with a game against Sar-
asota Riverview and Riverview.
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Photos courtesy of Tamas Mondovics


Mingling With

The Mat
Above, Durant's, Christian Reed, top
left, won in one minute 27 seconds'
against Swannee High School's Luke
Grantham. The 11th Cougar Invita-
tional Wrestling Tournament was
held Dec. 1 and 2 at Durant, which
hosted 27 teams from across the
state. Riverdale High School in Ft.
Meyers won the tournament; Jesuit
High, Tampa, took second with
Manatee High and Bradenton,
placing third. Durant finished
eighth. At left, Plant City's, Coby
Clark, front, wins the match over
Lakeland's Joe Dowling 15-5.


Plant City, Durant Square Off


In Hoops On Two Courts


Van Aman, Desiree Mendoza and Jordan Stelzner had the goals BOYS GAME AT PC, GIRLS AT the final buzzer last week, with the Raider girls
while Carrie Hart recorded the shutout. getting an exciting overtime win at East Bay
DURANT THURSDAY NIGHT and the boys topping Blake 62-60.
SIARP CUTS Friday night Raider point guard Kenny
SH RP CUTS Woodall scored 20 points in the win against
By DAREK SHARP Blake. The Raiders coasted to a 36-23 halftime
dsharp@mediageneral.com lead and then held on, securing the victory at
As the Durant wrestling The Hillsborough County athletics schedule the foul line. Plant City made 20 of 31 attempts
program builds in stature, the makers might want to take an extra second from there while Blake went 8-for-23.
Cougars may have less and next year when it comes to basketball. Woodall was 8-of-ll from the line and
less of a chance of winning Tonight marks the first chance for fans to see Denzel Drone hit five out of six. Steve Hardnett,
their own tournament. The Plant City and Durant square off in hoops but who scored 11 points along with Drone, made
thing is a monster. they'll have a tough decision to make. five free throws as well.
The field that came to wres- ... The boys teams are playing each other at the This is a big week for the Raider boys as they
tie at the Durant gym was Raider's gym, while the girls match up at take on three district opponents in four days
stacked with powerhouse pro- Durant. (Sarasota Tuesday, Durant tonight and at Sara-
grams, making it extremely Curiously, the same thing will happen Jan. sota Riverview Friday).
difficult to win. Durant ended -16 with the girls at Plant City on that day and "Ireally like Plant City's guards, they are very
up finishing eighth in the DAREK the boys at Durant. talented ... they probably have an experience
event the school had won each SHARP Regardless, tonight's games should be close advantage on us," Shotwell said. "I am looking
of the previous two years. based on early results. forward to it as it will be the first 'big' game that
"Not disappointed because "I really love this rivalry," said Durant boys our young group has played in together."
it was such a tough field of (119). Miami Braddock, Lake- head coach Jeff Shotwell, whose team split a Shotwell added that players" tend to rise to
wrestlers," said Cougar head land and Miami Southeast all pair of two-point decisions with the Raiders the occasion" in the Plant City-Durant game.
coach Dennis Kitko. had more than 100 points and last year. "I think there is a genuine respect that Plant City's girls have played several tight
Taking first place was River- after Gulf Coast at 98, there's both teams have for each other." contests, winning a 6A-8 district clash at East
dale High from Fort Myers, finally a bit of a drop off. Shotwell's squad was bolstered Saturday Bay 45-41 in overtime Nov. 28 ,when Tekeyah
with 181 points, but there Generally, at these events, when Royce Rose, who had been injured play- Clark scored 11 points to help lead a Raider
were many teams packed rela- the champ is well ahead of the ing football, was cleared to suit up for hoops. comeback. Plant City was held to three points
tively tight at the top of th6 field; just look at Brandon's He debuted with 23 points in a 76-38 win in the second quarter, but outscored East Bay
chart behind the leaders. performance during the other against Lennard. by eight in the second half.
Check out the point totals big area event Saturday -- the Rose gives Durant a much-needed inside That had the Raider record at 3-0, but it was
right behind Riverdale: Jesuit East Lake Invitational. The presence. Taking care of the outside have been followed up by a 57-45 defeat to Lakeland then
was second with 174, then Eagles scored 305.5 points the Cougar guards, with Jordan Mitchell hitting a hard-fought 40-37 loss at Armwood. Against
Springstead (159.5), Manatee with Countryside second at a pair of three-pointers and scoring 10 as Lakeland, Sade Dunkley sank 22 points.
(159), Kissimmee Osceola 179.5 Durant started its season off by beating Robin- Durant also had a tough defeat Friday, falling
(142.5), Suwanee (141), Lake son 68-51. to2-4, but barely against Riverview, 42-41. Kate
Gibson (134.5) and Durant See SHARP, Page 25 Both Plant City teams had games go down to Williamson scored 11 to lead the Cougars.







SHARP
Continued From Page 24
Durant's top result came
with 130-pounder Christian
Reed, who beat two state
qualifiers on the way to finish-
ing fourth in an extremely
tough weight class. Four Cou-
gars had fifth-place finishes in
Sean Padgett, Justin Bechtold,
Matt Raynal and Zack
Upshaw.
Plant City scored 61 points
led by a fifth-place finish from
145-pounder Andrew
'Guzman.

West Beats East
Not that the event was
promoted much, with only
several hundreds in atten-
dance making for a cavernous
Raymond James Stadium, but
there was a ton of local high
school talent on display Satur-
day night at the East-West
Hillsborough County All-Star
Game.
The West won with the final
score of 40-21.
There were two members of
the Plant City and Durant
teams on the East roster. Run-
ning back Jacari Bennett and
defensive back Kris Bellamy
suited up, as did Durant's
Jashiwa Powe and Jamal
Clark.
Raider coach Kevin Kelley
was an assistant on the East
squad.
"It was tough for the
defenses because they really
limited what you could do. I
think they wanted a lot of
points," Kelley said.
Jefferson standout Stephen
Garcia took advantage, throw-
ing for one TD and running
for 54 yards. He was named
WestMVP. '
Brandon's Mike Brown was
the East's MVP with an 80-
yard touchdown run and long
kick return for a TD as well.
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several nice plays on defense.
Durant coach Mike Gottman
agreed with Kelly's asses-
sment on the defensive limita-
tions.
"They really clamped down
on what you could do. I think
they lined up in the same cov-
erage every play," he said.
All four players are being
scouted by several smaller
colleges. Plant City lineman
Michael Jett is also getting
some attention from colleges,
Kelley said.

Marvelous Marve
And if you still haven't seen
Plant quarterback Robert
Marve, Saturday is your
chance. Plant goes for its first-
ever state championship in a
game that will air live (pretty
cool, I think) on Sun Sports,
Saturday at 1 p.m. Lakeland
also is on the tube, going for a
third straight perfect season,
Friday night against Aquinas.
Something tells me Lake-
land could be upset, and I can
be specific. I was at Lakeland's


game Friday night, a 35-24 win
over Mainland in the state
semifinals. And when the
score of the other 5A semifinal
was announced over the PA
system, the crowd cheered as
Manatee was ahead early.
But when St. Thomas Aqui-
nas caught up, it was more of
an- "oh, no" reaction. And
believe it or not, when the
final score was given, with
Aquinas beating Manatee in
overtime, not only was the
crowd not happy -- I saw play-
ers look down about it.
I'm sorry, but isn't Lakeland
the No. 1 team in the country?
Should they really be worried
about their opponent, espe-
cially if it's the same opponent
(Aquinas) the Dreadnaughts
have easily beaten the last two
state finals? I think the players
know something, and it is that
they can be gashed by a tal-
ented offense.
So remember that, should
Lakeland lose on Friday night.
If the 'Naughts roll ... maybe
they're just bored beating the
same team every year.


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Mattress Simmons
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AB DOER. abdominal ma-
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$80obo. (813)929-3868
AMPLIFIER, Rockford
Fosgate 1000 watts,
$150 813-846-5640
BANJO' 5 string, blue-
grass, Johnson, brand
new, $250. 813-247-3413
BOAT, 12Ft Jon Boat
1970, no leaks $250.00
obo, (813)390-5527
CAR: 1993 Mercury Sa-
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good, $250 813-754-6415
DOLLS- gone w/ wind. In
bx. scritt/ brtt/ mam/
rebt. $175 813-752-6566
DRUMSET, Percussion
Plus 5pc 2sym exc con,
$250, (813)996-4627
MICROWAVE, convec-
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Call 813-714-3385
PAINTER Supplies, drop
clothes, brushes $65
813-672-3669
RIFLE Yugo 7.62X39 hi
cap. wooden stocks.
$249.95. 813-390-3370c
SEW Machine Treadle
Works beautiful!
$250. 352-567-3838
TRAINSET ready to run,
complete, 0 gauge.
$175 863-647-9200
TRUCK Bed & winch for
towtruck, needs work,
$250,813-741-3662
WINDOW Brand new
Pella vinyl dbl insulatd.
53x38 $45813-325-0884
WIND Surfer, complete
set up with 11 ft. board,
$250,(813)765-7712
HEALTH Walker
Exercise machine $100
OBO, (813)478-6336


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RECUNER Extra large.
Brown cloth. 4 months
old. Excellent condition.
Paid $900. Asking $500
(813)754-6475
SALE
5 pcs Dinning Set $599.
4 Pcs Bedroom Set $525.
Forever Wicker
813-948-4802 #1938146


SOFA-Lazybo Double
recliner and Ethan Allan
Traditional. $300 each
or obo. Sun City Center.
813-633-7724
BED 0 ACHES mattress
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$115. Also barely used
$95 free delivery.
727-418-7579
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Large Moving Sale
Dec 8th & 9th. 7a-lpm.
310,LaJolla Ave. SCC.
ANNE'S ESTATE SALE
Large Moving Sale
Dec 8th & 9th. 7a-lpm.
618 Oakmont Dr. SCC.
[(Garage & Yard Sales))
CORK AREA 3101 W
McGee Rd. Fri & Sat
Dec 8 & 9 8am-4pm
Lots of misc. items
some furniture!
DOVER, 10280 Mclntosh
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Fri & Sat Dec 7, 8 & 9,
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DURANT, 7236 Turkey
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Sat Dec 7, 8 & 9. 3 fami-
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Household Misc Items.
PLANT City, 1007 Robin-
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& 9.7AM til ? Multi Fam-
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PLANT City, 1502 N..
Bracewell Dr & corner
of Carol Dr. Sat, Dec 9.
7AM til ?. Furniture,
Dishes etc, Misc & some
Christmas.
PLANT City 337 N Wilder
Rd, off Hwy 92 E. Thur
Fri & Sat Dec. 7, 8 &
9AM til ? Assorted
Christmas Gift Baskets.
Dishwasher, washer,
dryer, tools, Lots bf win-
ter clothes & MORE
PLANT CITY 4719 N.
Dawn Meadow Court,
County Hills Subs Sat,
Dec 9. 8AM til ?. Christ-
mas Decor, household
items, cloths, shoes etc.
PLANT City, 4906 Martin
Luther King Blvd, Sat,
Dec 9. 9AM 3PM. Lots
Of Misc Itemri.


(Garage & Yard Sales))
PLANT CITY, 707 N.
Merrin St, pre moving
sale, Fri & Sat 7AM-
2PM, Dining room set,
living set, outside furni-
ture, clothing, cookware
dishes, arty clothes,
linens, & More
PLANT City 708 N.
Merrin St, Fri & Sat Dec
8 & 9, 8Am til ?. Electri-
cal Appliances, tools
Hunting Gear and MORE
PLANT City corner of
Knights Griffin &
Mc tosh Rd Sat Dec 9
7Am til ? To benefit
Hope Children Home
PLANT City Kilgore Rd &
Hawkins Rd Fri & Sat
Dec 8 & 9. CABINETS,
COLLECTABLES
PLANT CITY multi-family
sale, Sat. 8-1. Children's
toys & clothes, furni-
ture, household items.
2705 Wilder Reserve Dr.
PLANT City, Walden
Lake, Silverwood, 3203
Silver Court, Fri & Sat,
Dec 8 & 9 7AM til?. Fur-
niture, Clothing, Shoes
& Misc Household Items
PLANT City, Walden
Lake, Silverwood, 3203
Silver Court Fri &Sat,
Dec 8 & 9. 7Am til ? Fur-
niture Clothes Shoes &
Misc Household Items
TRAPNELL Area. 3111
Murrary Farm Rd, YEAR-
LY CARPORT SALE Thur
& Fri, Dec 7 & 8. Lots of
household & Misc Items
TURKEY Creek Area, 5016
Sydney Rd, Fri & Sat
Dec 8 & 9. Household
goods, furniture, all size
clothing, what knots,
Wooden handcrafts etc
VALRICO: Huge Yard
Sale, Fri 12/8 8-3pm Sat
12/9 8-1pm. Christmas
items, arts & crafts,
speakers, DVDs, elec,
women's clothes sizes
8-10 in exc cond,house-
hold & kitch items, file
cabinets, linens, &
much, much, more. 2838
Timber Knoll Droff of
Guiles Rd behind
Bloomingdale High Sch.





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Hobbies/Crafts/11 l(iscellaneous For Sale) (Miscellaneous For Sale)) [ Patio & Deck Stamps/ Coins /1 (( Dogs ] Dogs ) ( Dogs ) Dogs
Shows /C & H/P Centr al A/C's 12KW Diesel Generatr Supplies Books AUSTRALIAN SHEPARDS ENGLISH Mastiff Puppies LAB PUPS, AKC, shots, SHIH TZU PAupies! 14
S s JJ A/C&H/PCentralA/C's 12KW Diesel Generator AUSTRALIAN SHEPARDS
13-16 Seer w/fac/warr with enclosure 3 cylin- E WE BUY COINS! Mini, Reg NSDR, 2 brindlemaes AKC worme ,vetcert. *ock WKS, small, Ar 1 F, M,
HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR1, s/s $1111 r r c ed PATIO SET Brown Jordan, WE C many ages, many sizes reg all shots death head, champ bgrd brown & white tricolor
HOLIDAY CRAT FAIR, 2Tonls/sg$11051 der, water coed,
Oaktead Communit 3 Ton s/s $1328.74 1800RPMelectric start. 48" round table, 4 Buyng, selling, trading! many colors. ces, crate trained Pedlgrees. Parents/ POP, 1st shots, vef
December 3o, 2006, i2 4Ton ns $1608.11. New $000 sacrifice chars side table Oer yrGs xpcoin 813-929-4225 $700.00 (727)861-3971. ran rent on site checked! Will hold for
noon to 5. West of 41 on Insallaon avail. $4900 never used lounge chair, Ottoman. Silver & God coins. e $250-$500 352-307-0772 Christmas $500 F
SR54, 1st traffic light. Free Delivey ramgaucho@msn.com Paid $3000. Sell $1000 (2 pay top $.813-792-2493 AUSTRALIAN Shepherd GERMAN Shepherd 6 $450 M 813-988-6082
SR54,1st traff Free Delivery rm yrs old) 813-876-5187 or 727-455-6196 pups MINIS. www. months old, male, Obe- LABS Christmas Pups
Jewelry & Watches 727-226-0234 877-525-808 I blueskiesaussies.com dience training. $1500 Yellow, Black Choco- WELSH Corgie Pups AKC
((Jewery miscellaneous Wan Restaurant Hotl WE BUY COINS! $700 Youngerpuples availa- late, Male female, Pembroke, Tri's &
SS miscellaneous Wanted Restaurant/ Hotel Buying,selling, trying 352-465-1496 ble. Call 813-949-0999 hth certs, 1st shots. rdy Sabels Exc quality.
BRACELET Mens/ Pac Manrt SJuorts Gamesx.. Equip. Over 8yrs exp. Buying 12/20/06. Taking dep. $600 352-591-2271 www.
Womens, 18k gold Ital- Darts & e aB. DISH Network/EchoStar Silver Gold coins. e AUSTRALIAN Sheherd GOLDEN Retriever male, $450-$500.813-469-0296 ccartyscorgies.com
ly. co, hd m $2500 sell 750 AlsoAvail 813-293-683 satellite systems want- (2) 60 qt Hobart mixers 1 pay to$. 813-792-2493 M/F Born-8/30/06 blue vet checked, housebro-
d $2500 sell $1750 Als Aal813293-68 ed. Will pay cash and G dAirdeck e or 727-455-6196 merle, black tri, shots, ken, good wth kids MASTIFF Cane Corso, Ital YORKIE Babys $600 and
en: 81389818 ADE GAEPinba i Cal anyime fryer $300, (1)75 NSDR POP$350 Young lyr. old pure NO DROOL, SEC & FAM up Adorable! AKC boys
DIAMOND Ring 2.3 Carat Pool Tbl Ms Pac, Galaga 813-393-6162 b grease trap $250. Store Fixtures 813-617-8963 golden retriever. Very PET ready 12/5, show health certs.Cuddly lit-
roundGIA Ceart. others avail. Repairs O CallAl @ 813-294-6545 "& Equip. BEAGLE PUPP, sweet lovable q ua,et prices, taking tie bundles of love.
round, ert HVS Mach placed in biz on OLD GUITARS WANTED! p. trainable..freeo good dep.650$900. 352-793-1551
exceptionalcut19500 Machlplaedi on EDbson, '11 tri- Call sho t813-294-6545 -f 72e -483-01650-$900.
813-843-46e l 50/50 split, 813493-1722 Fender, Gibson, ICE Machine 1200 LB -color 12 wks owner moving out of 72-483-9016/ 485-3753
G81retsch, Martin, $850 Convience Store STORE Fixtures, display. o863 82-1324 country, can'ttake with ORKTES Puppies,
BAMBOO Flooring D'Angelico, Stromberg, $850 splay doors e
BAMBOO Flooring DAnb Stromberg, walk in display doors 6 item, showcase, cash 863-682-1324 me.. Free to Good Own- PEKINGESE PUPS, CKC Health certificates vet
HorizontalCarbonized Rickenbacker, and anel glass Like New counter, slatwall, racks, er (813)728-5107 many colors. $500. PUG checked, first shots, 2M
DIAMOND SOLITAIRES: $1.99/sf- CloseOut Mosrite. 93'sthr 800 813-335-0211 hooks, & shelves. BEAGLE, ps AKC tri (813)349-6623 PUPalso available. $600,1F$700
$410K+ tonI 18 p rsed 813-494-6544 1-s800-401-o! GatewayTradng. colored Chamo blood- jdavgray@mindspring pekesand pugs.com 941-650-5176
$40K+3only 9 18.560. 813-494-6544 1-800-401-0440 r i 407-851-9848. ne 2 Ms 1T Health .cor 352-91-2271
3.29 t, rn appraised Saunas & Tanning line 2 's 1 Health Mke AD52-591-22R
$20K+, only $8750. BATHTUB REFINISHING.. Musical Instruments) Equipment USEDSHOWCASE 8C 92865407 CallMik GOLDENRETRIEVER, AKC PTBULL PUPS 3 2F, ADORABLE
2.ctd raised GOLDEN RETRIEVER, AKC PITBULL PUPS 3M 2F,
$150ct rn, praised Renew/ Change Color. L UIDATION, reg., parents on prem- brindle and chocolate, PUPPY A
$813-4 7 50. Tub, Tile, Sink Chip GRAND Piano Kawai CP TANNING BED Sun In- ALF OF BORDER collies AKC & ises, llshot, taking 60-951bs when fully L
Repair. Commercial& 205 with CD player for dustries Manfrom CKC re Int'l champ deposits $600 Read brown. $150 each firm.
5rs. War- dustresSolarStorm,1r- Wf boodr$50&upomwww. $20.0)85ry eallJohn -1epositset0land
S WN Residential. 5r ar- recording & pla. Call plugsinto110 volts, al- 813-628-332 W#1956796 blood. $0 u.awmw 29 (201) 841-557 ohn 8103-0643 P an
EMPIRE PAWN ranty. Quickesponse,m for appt. & demonstra- mostnew. Great for 831 3 llAroundBorderCollies..
10552 N. Florida Ave. insured. Serving Florida tion. 352-212-3963 Christmas! $1500. Plant EUick&Bu com 863-608-1456 GOLDEN RETRIEVER POODLES pocket sz,AKC,
813-915-0645- Lay-a-way Over l0yrs.Flrida's ,, .s( ..Pus, in color uatyh aised
available. Biggest ever TubDoctor" 1-888- ORGAN, Wersi Abacus City.813-764-8052 BOXER, Lg young adult M ots/ormin, $800-000 ac raed, A
g dDeluxe, works w/ win- male, professionally AKC ReadY 12/22. $65 choc.M & F. Parents Than 50 Pupples
arnt/ia rndows XP, can be used (( Sheds & Carports ) Tickets trained,reverse rindle 813-76-9547/973-8128 quiet. 863-427-0025 Beagle Bichon Boxe
SLadi's ari t/i & ring BB Grill as a studio or portable. 4 white feet, hue head Chihuaua, Dashun
Skt g color na Vermont Casteens 352-212-3963 STEEL 18x21 Carport Tr. $2500.813-949-0999 HAVANESE Adorable POODLES-TOYS white Lab Pomeranian Poodle
at purchase; will acce erus, sin oxorig PIANO RENT$895 installed; Bldings( BuicsTickets. $2500.81-9 9AESE AdeorableP L Ohit LabPmeananPoodle
14 kt gol000 Asalue 4 60,000BTU g ias grill, nev- $895 installed; Bldings/ BilCS Tic Puppies AKC sable part /black mask. M/, black Pug, Shih Tzu usky,
at purchase; will accept er used, sti box, orig- PIANO RENTALS Sheds from $1,925. A- Exc lower & upper level BULL MASTIFF PUPS, 9 wKs rare chocola part, yet hea cert SilkRy, Westie, Yorkie
best offer 813-785-461 final cost $1000. Asking WITH OPTION TO BUY most Any Size Avalable home ame seats only. 4-M, 4-F AKC UKC, vet @, written guaran- tGuaeed, $475 & up. plus mmany, anymore
RING Two pc. diamond $700. Call 813-713-4402 $25/mo Lowst rates in 813-299-4790 681-5468 83-931-4750 UK AP AR Reg tee 20941-480-1779 Cash only 52-754-458 Puppies Come With:
with .78 brilliant, round BUILDING ALE"Dn't FL! BECKER PIANO $1506. 863-984-1200 or 1 yr Health Warranty
with .78r illiant, BUILDING SALE..."Don't 813-837-3632 JC'S Buildings, Garages, GATORS vs. FAMU TIX 863-661-5630. #1943171 ITALIAN Mini Grey- PUGS AKC -Short, Fat Free Vet Visit
enterstone was M iss t" Final Clear- Barns, Carports Start- 12/17 Club Level &VIP, www.guardianangel hounds, pretty colors!, Wrinkled;ookir for Free Training DVD
$310 sacrifice nce. Deposit will hold PIANOS, Yamaha & ng $595. alvanizd + USF & FSU 12/29 bulmastiffs.com POP rea Dec. 4th-8th, loving homes Microchip Identifica-
now $15 (813)785- till spring. 25'x40'x12' Kawai, baby grands Steel 2 Styles 13Col- 813-240-3116 or -- heal cers & 1st shots, pedigreedultile tion Ao, Large Selecion
0200813)625-1746 $4800. 40'x60'x16' like new, 5 yr warran- ors. Free Installation / RoadDog482@aol.com \Cl .iti, B $575-625 813-661-3075. champion bloodlines of Freshwater Fish,
$12,800. Front end on- ties, over 100to choose Quote. Open Satur- ._ POP, health Certified, Reptiles.Small Animals
ROLX BUY SELL t a. Rearend inclu- from, G3 Yamaha $7500 ays. Florida certified HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL JACK RUSSELL PUPPIES, $800.00 and up. Birds & All Your
Servce-SelectionYates (800)668-5422. Knabe baby grand, ble. 386-736-038; 1- seats, section 202, De- pus, 10mo old; 1Male black & whitessan
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale black $3900. uge wre- 866-736-7308. member 20th, 7pm. ed all shots, gentle, brown & whites $350. es SalePetland Tampa
Mabry. 813253-2164. CLOSED Dollar Store. house. Call for appoint- jcscarportsandgarages. 813-852-2281 friendly & trained. $100. 813-326-5615 P le 89 sve
OvRoex Men's Dateust er 10pc, merchan- ment. 727-323-3168 com Call 813-241-9524 i Park Ave; PUPPY 813-249-8700
Roex Men's DateiustSS, diseTools, toys, Christ- SEC CHAMPIONCHIP 1,-241-9524 813-662-2592 M-F 11-9
18kt gold Jubilee band. ma, DVD's, household, STORE4STRINGS.COM BELCHER ROOFING GAME available N16) CHIHUAHUA AKC Pups 2 Lic# P06062440 Sat 10-9 Sun-11-7
Ten diamond Rolex ai, silk flowers 340-6569 SALE! Outlet Store. Discount Prices 24/7 tickets, luxury skyox females choc & tan Visa Mc, Amex, Discover
very nice & uniue. Lowestprices. New Allcallsreturned! Afull atAtlanta's,GA Dome, maleblac&tan. s J uss RAT Terrier Pups UKCI100 Financing Available
$3200 813-766-2033 CONCRETE Pavers 2nds, violins, violas, cellos + service Roofing Compa- 12/2. Ca11678-596-3688 & heal erts. Caor A certificate Rare colors$ Tny Toys-
Brooksville, Call Sonya all school instruments, .service &Ro RKcerpt s. Call7-780 for JACK Ru9 hr M Rareecolors Tiny Toys-sP04-07
TREASURE coin pendants @ 352-799-7933 401 S. ParsonsAve. ny Quality Work, appt. 813-716-7803 shots, short hair, legs, 3 ww.
2)1715 wreck pcs. of 8) www. Brandon(813)655-6554 w/24yrs, experience. shts, short hair, legs,
2) 1715 wreck lpcs. f By Appt. Only) w Brandon (13) 6nsudTools ) CHINESE Shar-Pei Pup- will hold for Christmas, mccart(35) 5 1 ysr s.o
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Call 13-681-5371 DIRECT FREE 4 Room 1 Nurseries & Trees J) 813-241-5182, 863-647- Air Compressor,iortable IAKC, Health Certificate, SCHNAUNZER, Giant,
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$1nels! Starts $39.99! All Sizes Fl. Peach, saddl DOBERMAN P .C .co (352)
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Equipment York, New England & all Browns avail"Agnroved 1stshno s, health eerts, SHELTIE Babies Adora,
states between. Cus- LIVE OAKS Pool Table 14x8 homes only. $85b ready Dec.17 Taking dep ble Looks like mini col- ARTESIAN Farms U pick
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MOWER d Toro estimates&friendl om en 1.5" 6ft $25 mei t slate, K66, 100% PETS ENGLISH Bup Dog peut 7- LAB Puppies AKC, blk 352- a -1557, SV .C.
Er6 obto cepte d. Relocation Spe- 748-8641 Reg #47220672 in box, never used. Cost Ies, M& Red, whie choc. yellow, PO, -ve
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Florida Forklift has theo E.ce&Ini'so:,tand il ,li r I r, E ,, di
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largest selection of I u Compaq/Hp/Cisco BUSINESS Phone Sys- $Ii' r
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Hillsborough & Pinellas wl pay cash,callforde- $$, auto attendant, V. ECLECTUS tb Parri.
co. Call 727-216-0228 tails 866-694-0095 ext 2 mail, installed, yr wty,
21 yrs exp. 813-9ts-5011 CHAMPIONGun Safes old. nAnd ar d ro .
Florida ForklifT Rents UKE BOX, Rowe CD 100 America's Finest Sale 81 6
Sales Telehandlers & with 100 COs, great con-, CABINETS -Hon 4 dr File Good Selections "
Lulls starting @ $900 a ditiond $800. Delivery cabfrom $25.30x60 Kim- Other sales available
week Call 727-216-0228 available, ball Desks from $295. Up for offices, stores. Cats
813-610-2188. to 80% OFF Select Chais. i jewelry stores & home. ;
FORKLIFT, $2,500 As Is. 635.9255 / 5414 N 56th ST Tampa Safe Exchange HIMALAYAN kttnns.
Bobcat, 1300 houJrs, Exc 4$ PAID for WATCHES 8267 A Causeway Blrd Home Raised Perfect
condition $8,500 obo pocket & wrist. GOLD/ STEELCASE 9000 Desks 81]-663-9888 663-9838 G ,l All S -, s. HeIahn
Silver Jewelry, Dia- 30x60.Singleped.$275 Cerf. 8 '-~'i $.300
813-689-9698 monds, Call Gemologist doublepea.$350 WE BU'i Treadlrcls8. l39 691L749
SAM (727) 804-7463 w/hutcn + $100 Ehllipr.ls. Benche?.
FORKLIFTS.RINGLIFT has Call Matt 72-647-1853 oi-,e Cyrus. & oiher e. VKITTENS ATS T
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give the best value in ces start at $129.95 NewDesksfrom$249.00 Spor- C rr., :,lw o 99. :,n i,8131 .6612
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( Legal Notices )) (( Legal Notices )) ([ Mortgages )) ([ East Hillsborough )} ( Other Counties ) ([ Out of State )] [( Out of State )] fManufactured Homesil
the right to petition to $99.95 FLORIDA CORP. PLANT CITY Charming NORTH FLORIDA LAND & N.C./GEORGIA MOUN- WYOMING RANCH DIS- in Parks
become a party to the $154.95 FLORIDA LLC family home with easy HOMES Lake City, Wide TAINS World's great- PERSAL 35 acres -
proceeding, in accord- Complete & Includes access to 1-4. Includes a range of properties, 30 est views! Homesites 49,900; 70 acres RIVERVIEW 55+ gated
NOTICE OF AIR GENER- ance with the require- State Fees, Company 1-year builder's warran- miles North of Gaines- starting at 39,900. $89,900; 107 acres park 2br2ba, screened
AL PERMIT NOTIFICA- ments set forth above. Book & Seal. Free infor- ty. Kitchen boasts gran- ville. Beautiful area. Land/Log home pack- $129,900. Snow-capped front side patio, hard-
TION mation packet: ite counter tops, solid For color brochure 800- age kits $99,900. Water- mountain views. Sur- wood floors, communi-
Mediation is not availa- www.amerilawyer.com wood cabinets, tumbled 754-4531 falls, creeks, rivers, rounded by qov't land. ty pool. $22000 obo
STATE OF FLORIDA ble in this proceeding, or call Miami-Dade... stone backsplash, and www.northfloridahomel lakes. Pre-construction Abundant wildlife. Rec- Mustsell! 81-672-6285
LEGALS DEPARTMENT OF ENVI- (305) 854-6000 Broward brand new black appli- and.com discounts. Limited rational paradise. Low
RONMENTAL PROTEC- Any party to this order ... (954) 630-9800 Tam- ances. All this and new availability. 1-888-389- taxes. EZ terms. Call Manufactured Home
TION hasthe right to seeu- pa... (813) 871-5400 landscaping too! 1500 ria Ral Estate 3504 x600 Utah Ranches, LLC. w
ficial review of it unoer t. Pete... (727) 442- SF 3br/2ba $230,000 "ora eal (888)541-5263. pe
( Legal Notices J The Department of Envi- section 120.68 of the 5300 Orlando ... (407) Ca 813-478-0993 NC LAND: 47 acres, awe-
ronmental Protection Florida Statutes, by fil- 898-5500 Toll Free ... FLORIDA LAND Starting some pond: $159k. Al- Beautiful Tennessee 3/2 1800'sq on 1/2 acre
gives notice of receipt ing a notice of appeal 800) 603-3900. Spiegel S it at $10 900 Financing so 8 acres: $49k. Just mountain lots, breath- 6034mos
of an air general permit under rule 9.110 of the &Utrera. PA. L. (( SunCity )J Available. Over 150 north of Raleigh, near taking views high atop h $860341
NOTICE OF SALE notification for the con- Florida rules of Appel- Spiegel, Esq., Miami. Lots available in Coun- Kerr Lake. Woods, Cumberland Mountains. (813)759-2959
Pursuant to Ch 713.78 struction of a concrete late Procedure wit the e E MSUN CITY CENTER Newly ties of Levy, Marion, fields, stars. Pictures: 5-10 acre tracts. River (813)971-6953 www.
Be said vehicles to be watching operation to clerk of the Department TAMPA'S #1 Investor's remodeled! 1/1 cono Clay alhounPutman ownernewbranch.co access, bluff views, stewtomesfla.com
auctioned to satisfy tow PCI Pool Contractors of Environmental Pro- ResourcesforHard Mon w/ LR & DR combo. Up- & hand eators & m 919-693-8984; streams, virgin likefor-
inadstoa n t Inc., for the Plant City tection in the Office of e 100% financing with d ed kit/bath. New Inve rs welcome. 1- 4nbhl.com. est. Ideal for hunting,
Biran orelens at: .Faciity located at 2614 General Counsel, Mail bhhest LV's! No junk paint, tile & carpet thru- 718-797-0807 fishing ATV, horseback
302 houn Hwy2East, Plant City, Station 35, 3900 Comn- fees! Rehab draws up out. Low mo. mant. www.usalandventures.c NC, Rutherford County. riding. Near Dale Hol-
Plant Ci, F33566 Hillsborouh County. monwealth Boulevard, front. Call Jay Crott fees. Must see for $94K om GatedCommunitylo owLake, perfectfor
Phone: 83-754-6300 The applicant's name Tallahassee, Florida 813-258-8800 Atlantic 813-310-7566 for appt. a Historical homesite cabin, vacation home,
Friday December 22 and address are: PCI 32399-3000, and by fil- Capital Associates Inc. FLORIDA: New homes w/183 acres, Log permanent residence. 1
2006 at 12:00 NOON Pool Contractors, Inc., in? a copy of the notice Lic d Mortgage Lender f( Hudson )| build a 3/2 in a nice Homes w/beautiful Utilities, paved roads.
2614 Hwy 92East Plant ofappea accompanied www.acafla.com area for $154,000 (lot views. Country Homes Great investment/ re-
1994 Isuzu PK City, Florida 33566. by the applicable filing OWNER FINANCING Lrg 2 not included). For plc- w/acreage. Country tirementproperty. Own-
JAACLILIR7215563 fees with the appropri- I BUY SELLER HELD Br, 2 ba, 1 car gar, new- tures: Lanes Real Estate 828- er financing fromCOMMERCIAL
1993 Ford 4dr The permit will become ate district court of ap- -Mortgages. I Pay Top ly remodeled seller will www.FloridaLotsUSA.co 286-2313 or 800-825- $29,900. Centrally locat-
3FAPP13J1PR189102 effective with the at- eal. The notice must Dollar. C osin within insurance m 877-983-6600 4364. e near Nasville, Knox- REAL ESTATE-RENT
1995 Olds4dr tached conditions un- ge filed within thirty 48 hours. Private Money. for 1 year, $1000 down ville, Chattanooga. 931-
1G3AJ55M956366811 less a timely petition days after this order is Call Gerald Danley. $159, 900.813-326-5704 NEW Manufactured NORTH CAROLINA!! 839-2968, 888-939-2968
1995 Mercu 4Dr for an administrative filed with the clerk of 813-985-8885 Homes Highway 441 Mountain cabins T Office Space Lease J)
2MELM75W55X642255 hearing is filed pur- the Department r New Port R h Ocala Dou lewides $99,900. E-Z to finish. BACKFLIPS! That's what
1991 Ford PK suant to Sections New Port Richey JJ $39,900/$500 Down EZ Scenic views, proposed you'll do when you dis- PLANT CITY Industrial
1FACP5246MA232128 120.569 and 120.57 of This notification is avail- .. Financing. $5,000 Free lake access, near two cover this luxurious Park Office Space for
1983 Ford PK the Florida Statutes be- able for public inspec- NEW Port Richey; Furniture / Rooms-To- state parks national for- Oceanfront Condo In lease 150 to 3000 sq ft,
1FTDF15Y8DLA74954 fore the deadline for fil- tion during normal busi- Lakefront New 5 br, 3 Go! Free Delivery in FL. est & Blue Ridge Park- Daytona Beach Shores! including Conference
1990Honda4dr ing a petition. The pro- ness hours, 8:00 a.m. to ba office onu rm;' Kinderhomes @ 352- way. E-Z Financing. 1- 2 Bedrooms, 2 baths, Room & Break Room.
1HGCB7657LA120333 cedures for petitioning 5:00 p.m., Monday 365 sq. $599 900 622-2460 828-652-8700 tastefully furnished, Starting at $160. mo.
1996 Dode Van for a hearing are set through Friday, except (813)310-0867 h tp:// www.kindersales.com awesome balcony Contact Pierce Lackey
1B4GP44R7TB384455 forth below. legal holidays at the En- outoorodyssey.biz/wh NORTH CAROLINA- where you can relax & 813-865-1191. THE
1993 Dodge 4dr vironmenta Protection D erie/watersedge.htm ..t i BEAUTIFUL BLUE RIDGE enjoy your mornin.cof- GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO
1B3XP6837PN672910 A person whose sub- Commission of Out of State JJ Mountain Views. 3.2 fee or evening cocktails
1981Cadillac4dr stantial interests are af- Hillsborough County, REAL ESTATE j( Waterfront H Acre Mountain Estate. overlooking the brilliant TAMPA Office Space with
6AB6991B9191481 fected by the proposed 3629 Queen Palm Drive, FOR SALE J CHEROKEE HEIGHTS! Heavily Wooded with blue Atlantic Ocean. conference room 500 -
1982 Che 4dr use of the general per- Tampa, Florida 33619. TARPON Sprgs 4br 3ba Pristine gated mountain Stream. EZ Financing- Breathtaking sunrises & 3000sf, under market
2G1An69JC1122870 mit may petition for an s Srn 43 n community, in NC. Spec- $29,900. (800)230-6380, sunsets here! Garage. rent, utilities included.
1987 Lincoln r administrative proceed- NO:5854 12/07/2006 Real Estate Wanted)- t ta" 749k tacuar woews, ext20369900 ll Betsey 5118 N 56th St Jamie:
1LNBM8F3H679012 under -Sections t wane) O r f. 7- -, 59 ront anc woovew lots. c Lidey(386) 212-1557 813-505-2495.7626-0524
19 Uti' 120.569-and 120.57 of Frse'leb e Paved roads, under- NORTH CAROLINA!! ArthurKowitzRealty.co
199CLLX The Florida Statutes. MONEY NOW I 2074 ner.com round utilities,, lovely Mountain Cabins $99.9 m TAMPA Office Space,
1995 Plyouh 4dr The petition must con- -e M O EVYN,/i ,WVV /.a ndns ca ing.I E-Z to finish. Scenic open floor plan or build
tain the information set ... Hwassee LaKe, pUC views proposed lake ac- e BEAUTIFUL NORTH out 8500sf, with Kitch-
2000DetTTL forth below andn must s We Buy Houses .'aleBck&BW marina Lminutes awa. v cess, near 2 state parks CAROLINA, MUST SEE en, reasonable rent, Util-
15R90YA360 te Oiedrceiveneral S Oh tartin at $54K 7 national forest &Blue BEAUTIFUL &COLOR- tiesIncluded5118N.
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ment, 3900 Common- Any Area Condition ARE LOOKING FOR!" COLORADO, 5 ACRES, TAINS Homes, Cabins,
PUBLIC NOTICE OF IN- wealth Boulevard, Mail Situation. If You Call NW Luxury 4br/2ba/2cg Near Ski Resort, Fishing PALM HARBOR Factory Acreage & INVEST- Office Wareouse
TENT TO CONSTRUCT A Station #35, Tallahas- You'll Sell. 813-289-1144 + rec rm w/prof. size Lake & Hunting. Moun- Liquidation Sale. 2006 MENTS. Cherokee Moun- Combo
CONCRETE BATCHING see, Florida 32399-3000, pool table., spa, pool, tain Views! Level & Models Must Go! Modu- tain Realty GMAC Real
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2242, fax: 850/245-2303. FINANCIAL eal Estate General)) cess to Tampa Bay maintained roads $300 Homes.0%DOWN ceroeemountainrealt &3012000800 tHwy 60
Below is the "Notice of many upgrades, must Down & $95/month. When You Own Your y.com Call for free bro- uous Fwil condivideaf-
Air General Permit Noti- Petitions filed by any 4/2 2200' sq on 1/2 acre see to appreciate! $7900 Total. By Owner, Own Land!! Call for chure (800)841-5868. utilities included, new
fictionn" The notice persons other than $1042 mos $699k 727-442-1079 1-505-770-6451 FREE Color Brochure. THE Beautiful Mountains carpet, paint Barbara
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notce and rovde Administrative Code. aint/carpet 1342sf. .LLC. Licensed Real Es- stricted comm. w/parks home, needs TLC, Four ANY OFFER OVER
proof of .pubication $300,000 813-310-8836 (( Homesites / Lots tate Broker. & lakes in beautiful newer buildings, total- 1.1MM WILL BE CON-
may result in the denial A petition that disputes [( Wanted to Borrow JJ e t Cumberland County. ing 8000/sq.ft. Located SIDERED. EMAIL
it.e air general per- emC the r cts eo Northwest HILLSBOROUGH County GEORGIA- Commercial Wooded rollin hills,& N.E.Ohio. Many s- TRALLAW YAHOOCO
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62-i03150, 1.A.C., you name and adress of GRADES. WILL RETURN Near 275 K cNolf course ea homesite on cludeus grocer store tion1 tscom-
(the applicant) are re- each agency affected YOUR INVESTMENTAF- 2243sf $15i9/mo or pavedst. Wll 449900& equipment tenant oc- www.TNWestern CaroinaRea
quired to publish at andeach agency's file TER 30 MTHS + 20% AN- $265k im Do, Realtor electric svc $449900 cupes000 ftstate we offer theal
your own expense the or identification num- NUALLY AND 1ST RIGHT 813-924-0774 813-431-3341 $5,000/y. 706- MISSISSIPP LAND Sev- best Mountain Proper-
Notice of Air General ber, if known; (b) The TO PURCHASE.p OCALA National Forest GEORGIA Land & eral tracts S mall to ties in North Carolpra.
Permit Notification" name, address, and tele- (909)434-5039 North East & Lots. $500 down Homes for sale in East Large Tracts. Homes and Land availa-
shownbe pulow.The New phone number of the pe- $199/mo. Owner: 32- Central Georgia. Great AffrdablLandSales.ne ble. Call 800-924-2635.
tice shall be published titioner, the name ad- New Tampa 239-5520/352-236-4579 Prices! Call today for a t Call David for more in- WesternCarolinaRE.co
e e ec uber of the pe ition TEMPLE Terrace Deal of land.com/2nd Countr RealEstate FOR RENT
ion of a newspaper of er's representative, if thevr. 4br/3ba/2cg and.co/2n 478-5-5681 TENNESSEEI! Gulf front lots $595k. FOR RENT
general circulation in any, which shall be the 2100+sf condo, up- f4. wt A www.tandcrealestate c MONTEAGLE-SEWANEE Homes starting mid
area affected no address for service pur- des galore, on river, ((Homes with Acrea m Beautiful Mountain $300k. Newmaster plan-
more than 21 days prior poses during the course ew never lived in. O Properties. 600+Acres; ned ocean front corn-
to submitting a Con-of the roceein and $295900727-409-4553 WELL BUY YOUR HOME A LAND North Tracts 5 Acres & up. 4 munity on beautiful Unfurnished
create Batching Plant Air an explanation om how -' dYOU BUY OUR HOME GEORIA LND n r miles from -24 Gated Mustan Island near
General Permit Notifica- thepeitioner's substan- REAL ESTATE MOVE in w/30kE Equity No red ta, we offer t B t wod secluded Grgeus Corpushristi, TX. AFB Area on ahoe
tion Form which indi- tial interests will be af- NewTpa-Grand Ham- 4bd, 3ba,cg homes racts. Beautiful wood- bluff & creek Wooded www.cinnamonshore.coAF Area on Bayshore.
cates a new concrete fected bytheaecyde- Se d homesites. Thesore.co Renov. bldg near base.
ates a new concrete fected the aende- SERVICES tonNew 4brw Loft on1 acreongated -southiesvin e lots George m, (866)891-5163. lbr & 2br's. CallFor
.............t. For the te-/rmination;.(c)A,. ... / ew2./ba/2cg $253k. SPP i .cmp ule, 7icNEWfic investment f- DECEMBER SPECIALS.
pose of theserules, me. of how and when mcl, sellerw/pa. Sim u y. investment i mberwo42949 7 NEW ROCKY MOUNTAIN David 813-695-5128 or
publication in a news- Mortgages J1-404-6612 ww vnl e. dnancingabvaa it mwaLm eom Park Model w/Loft Deal
papelatenealttin ic erreoived n Mortgages Tlosc0 83-a0-.,12 www.vona3eee, ed Ieyty! Start www.timer-wood.com Cmesow/.Deeded Lote Gabby: 813-766-2218
uc of the acy, at.-- ges /]iroy -OH times avail coin 813-737-9030in..wwwComes wJDded Lot at G : 6
ion in t area affect- tion or proposed action acre 706-3 TURNER Co. GA 180 Buffalo Hills Outdoor Avalon Village Apts.
n eanesp mting d) Ad statement of mall Refinance fr u, .... ( f[ Acreage 11 acres farmland and tim- Ohio Resort, onl $52/mo. La Newly Re
in a newspaper meeting disputed issues of mate- R in East HillsboroughJ Acreage U berw/4300sqft2story $59,900. OwnerTinanc- moved Apts. Gate
then nd 50031, nonriaefacth Ifptheretareitio mus UC. ... Beaudro ,log h ing. Ask for Lowell 740- coming, Pools, incl water
thr roe metso Sac ona^c factIf U terar up to 125% GIOBSONTON, 3/2/2 new, HERNANDO CO. Beauti- hm3 e r um p, tennis 2 40 N 2 St
F.S., in the county so indicate; (e) A con- conser. lot stove fully treed 10 ac fantas- retirement/ hunting. 2 ation l taoe pvt13 81r2n921-.6p
where the activities to cisestatementof theul- ChallengedCredit refiw/d,$224,900 tic 6 ac lots Subdivision. nds. 50 acres, 818 22317 FOR SALE BY OWNER 29 FL, 33613 813-971-7570
take place. here timatefactswalleged,as Mona for A Reason os 0 Down $525k. Broker Coop 4% $ ,00.K100,acres single familyrental CITRUS Park- 2br/ 2ba
there is more than one well as the rulesand DebConsdation www7 arriage.com Brkr 305-710-4872 00. ncreible VA LAND:2acs homesin Floria. Pac /cg handicapped ac-
newspaper of general statutes which entitle Remodel or Ugrade (321)947-1278 janistucker@aol.con Views. Tremendous tro- Riverfron $8K30mi- agedealOKor just 1 cess, w/d water &
S the con- the etitionertorelief Install Pool or wC HERNANDO CO Subdivi- phy deer n & t urke hunt" nutes noRh of n A Large income. Call arm sys. n conven-
ty, the newspa em used and A demand for r- I NEW ONE ACRE HOMEli sed;qetrdeerr7442.sEmail:
cant1, u, ^ d,,p,,,e in0--bSea turKey 2 s0ars Oww slubik4040@aol.com. $1475/mo. 13-361-2917
area that m ay be affect- te rial fac ts of en title- N o nco m e /Jo b Lo a nsfbEa umtluoyIac.4 n um esltl ns.b .a r, r K E N T U K Yh oMur y c... .
d by the general per- met to use the air en- SefEmpo ed $6.45 million Brker KEa.T Roln hI. Hurricanes. ctures:EFCIENCIES $ 100/wkls
mit If are uncer- eal permit shall sate Bankruptcy OK 305-27 -. 1 72 Role in g hills. m919-693-8984HOUSES for rent
tain. that a newspaper that no such facts are in Foreclosure BailOuts HOn ,. iGV Fai leasincome. mai 93 8acs furn/unfurn wk/month
meets these require- dispute and otherwise www.Manhattan lam'tuci. ..m-. building sites. Great VA RIVERFRONT 12 acs. 813-217-579 (Spanish:
ments, please contact shall contain the same Mortgage h 7 OHIO iti 'waler/l ec $59K, near Kerr Lake, NC. 813-774-4696) directory
the appropriate Depart- information as set forth gNtiowideHcm 9 If-,rm. Tor or trick, close to Kentucky Wooded, quietPictures: l
meant district office. above as required by (LML)813-246-5000 dp or 'r hunt. els Lak Reti 4nbhl.co'm919693-89 PLANT CITY 3br 2ba 2cg,
Within 21 das Ru le A06.3 1 of the Toll free 866-414-LEND w ood rm $ .000 i .$385,000' owner@newbranch.com Country Hill subdivi-
With 21 days after Florida Administrative Se Habla Espaniol "o (614)332-. .-9619 2"70-556-3576 sion. Privacy fence,
publication of the no- Code. Move in Ready! ddiyanni7yahoo.com ID 5+ MANUFACTURED pets ok! $990 tmo. Call
ticeany person whose 100% HOME FINANCING! 4/3/2 in gated communim-- MID Ohio Acre age + VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS 407-810-5925 or email:
sb iarintre Because e amTra- Reardless of credit! Holiday grft priced. .. Acres E excellent uldig Large 5 acre tract along HOMES *jon@aspsoft.com
are affected may re- tive hearing process is AlIpituations consid- Avondalearove.com ( Marion J site on gently rolling ver large trout stream
quest a hearing in ac- designedto.ormulatefi- ered! Purchase Refi- 813-737-9030 C F property with Gorgeous with privateele vate Plant City Historical
cordance with Section nal agency action the nance & Lease options! CENTRAL FL waterfront view $19,900 Owner Fi- homesite, good access, Mobile Homes J) Extra I ba,
120.57, F.S. Pursuant to filing of a petition Consolidate Bills / Cash Plant City 3/1, 2/1 block living. 3 to 5-acrelots in nancing 740-489-9146. view trees, nearby riv- AC/heat.$695/mo. $500
Section 403.814, F.S., no means that the Depart- Out! Immediate Appro- mint cond, nice yd. From a Deed-Restricted Com- er $59500 5.75% Financing Avail. security. Maximum
person shall begin work ment's final action may vals! Applv $137K. 813-752-1957 munity. Live in the coun- N.C. BLUE RIDGE MOUN- (86b)789-8535 Manufactured Housing 2 people. Available now
pursuant to a general be different from the po- Westshoreortgage co try on a beautiful lake TAIN PROPERTY Devel- Packages your Land/ 813-650-8582
permit until aft er the sition taken by it in this m, 813-854-2300, Ext. 66 Wantto reach next to rolling hills. Mi- oper Inventory Blowout! A cuddly companion Our land/Any Land
ime for requesting a notice. Persons whose Se Haba Espanol clusters in search f nutes from schools, Spectacular Mountain could e ors We'v Starting mo
hearing has asset or substantial interests pano customers in sea shopping & restaurants Views. SW North Caroli- P&on our land
until aer a earing is will be affected by any TBOcom equaicpr? C usd Only 4 parcels remain- na Area. Investors only ..ge tpuppes,kittens (813)971-6953 new3br,2.5ba, twnhme.
held and a decision is such final decision of o services? Classified inn. From $220,000. Call 1-888-389-3504 ext. an mre. Check them (813)759-2959 www. No dogs. $995/mo. +
rendered. the Department have .KeywordiHomeSeeker ... ... .... can.... 35-821-2391 4000 out in Critter Corner. stewathomesfla.com $500 Dep. 813-764-8030





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Apartments. r Houses Unfurnished)) K campers / ravel 1 (C Boats ) (1( Vans ]) (( Motorcycles )] (LAutomobiles for Sale)) ((Automobiles for Sale))
Unfurnished JJ SOUTH Tpa813-361-5737 Trailers JJ 18' 2003 Sailfish CC 115 DODGE 1999 Grand HARLEY DAVIDSON 2005, 2004 To yotaTundra HONDA 1999 Accord LX,
/2 3213 Pearl $1050 Yamaha 125 hrs,751b Caravan SE Sport, ex- Superglde custom 8K Must S eel Custom ex- 2d. r Coupe a/c cd w/pl,
TREASURE Island ,br 4/23Ia 15 37' 07Heritage 5th whl, thrust trol mtb nt cellent cond ellain- m, back sti under tras include20 nch cruise, 78K miblack,
tba, great loc, Sunsets, 3/2 4437 Wallace.$1150 fiberglass 3 slides, ralvtrlr bimi, swm t.rained, Priced to sell at warr. $13,00 obo wheels chrome pack- clen very good5cond.
block to bch, stores 4/24520 Hesperides sleeps l7/,.mcro ladder ex condo, extras, $4000 813-835-0289 .. 813-672-8322 age, DD system. Also $6800 13-598-2854
restbay pie, Noec De, Poolfirepac $1450 er w ws $14,900.813-671-8927 p DODGE 2003 Caravan SE, HARLEY DAVIDSON 2006 ing rear win ow and HONDA 2001 Accord EX
5/m72760047 S.Tamna-modern home 863-382 18' RIVIERA 85hp Force silver-blue 7 passen- V-Rod, Screaming Ea- towing package. Price 4dr, auto,dk blue, 69K
3ba/2b a/crenmd o/b & trlr. New ignition TRANSPORTATION grer, PW/PL, cruise con- ole! Mint! Race tuner, $23500 Cal,5 443 mi, CD changer, sunroof
3br/2,a/2cgr nite I BUY TRAVEL TRAILERS, &tune up. Looks & run trol. 26k mi. Exc cond. vno'ed, books & warr! 667 Pwr windows, keyless.
oelenew oolranite 5TH WHEELS & 1reat $1550 obo $9950. 813-633-9798 $2,900.813-477-9977 $10,400 813-2 49-918
V T HS teda., fenced bkyd CALL Dave ANYTIME 3-788-3249 / 244-8467 Auto Engines / DODGE 2005 HANDICAP HONDA 2003 1100 Lthr, sunroof, owner, HONDA 2003 Accord,
W IWACH -y $1700/mo. 813-839-0921 813-713-3217 19'10" RANGER, 2001 cntr Parts / Misc. an, e10c" owered floor, Shadow Spirit. Blk, alaged, Gre at Price kmi airba ABS AC,
WEEU WACHEE -Why TAMPABAYrAll Areaipestable0 $1caMibrBtrimAta cons 200hjakata, J wheelchair ramip & tie Hrko pipes, 4600 $,00 call 813 240 PS, C6, PDL. .'unrf,-pwr
Rent? Own a New es. POOL table 8ft caliber trias, jackplatea, downs, 22K miles.For mi, garage ket. Like 2472 mir Dnewtires,
Honme.k n Mm. Down, NO Amazing HHomes! .Low 100% solid wood trol mtr, exc. cond. Bay Area Motor Works more no 2-492-1630 New S5600813-671-0620 nons
cetRnt! a P$O0Ltb00,d81d3 n651b Wsk, f3285 2ACURA2004 RSXb lk, 35k mbrso t es,
creditoproval req'd, Rent! Call for info (407) 20piece kit + 4pc hand $20,500 813-651-3285 Engine rebuild & install ACURA 2004 RSX,.blk, 35k obo. 813-966-6849
3br/2 a/2cg on 468-8974/(800) 298-0326 carved dining to avail. Up to 3yr warranty FORD 1992 Aerostar XLT, HONDA 2006 CRF25OR mi fully loaded! Under
.23br/5 acre $250.00 Gift Card for all unused cos $K sell 20' AQUASPORT Osprey Auto/Boat/RV 88K oriinal miles, A/C,k e than 8 Races Car- fu factory warran HONDA 2003 ACCORDLX,
Call 866-212-7415 leases signed in Dec. $1500. 813-774-7701. 1997 center conso W 813-926-9994 R a runs and lbn Fiber Engine Gu ard l813-96- 4 do^ c en
-115h Johnson, bimini rea0 $1750 obo. e "2Airorwe13-393-6651 automatic,-excellen,
TRINITY East- New Home or s to rand NEW'traier Engines & Transmissions lamar (1.52) 583-0609 $4,950813 74-5717 condition only $12,500.
CClkmlBUY 4br/2ba/2cg, consv lot, [(Motor Homes / RVs)Jj $8,M00352-621-0848 Used & Rebuilt- 90 days ,950..813-748-5717 AUD1I2005 TT COUPE, blk 813-404-0808/900-8812
gated close'to schools 'ip to 3 yrs warr. M-F 9- FORD 1993 AEROSTAR, KAWASAKI 2003 ZX6RR on blklthr, htd seats,
uiet'area. 1810 sqff. 18' 1986 Toyota Coach- 21.7' 2005 Hurricane 5. _Mem' BBBInstalls runs & drives great, 20ZX6RR enon lts6sd man- HYUNDA2002Elantra
SCondominiums 1695/mo. + security men M.H., automatic, Sunrect Yama avail.813-875-1500 pdwr wn 1. & Ir kt 6f 2e sli e ual, gt, 6 8 mi, GLStrm, Ca ar s
f( Condom0niums a3 odnshe s $1100Call t kit, frame sli T e, k
a1813-909r2427 A/C, refrigerator, runs four stroke. Loadmaster good shapeS1,100. a flh m s,$ mint $30,00.813-817-4653 autotrans, A., alarm
ver good, MUST SELL! trailer. $28,500 Trucks Light Duty 813-249-03 CDf ,ushmut, min t, IBW cruise driver/pass
BRANDON Courtney WESLEY Chapalbhr/ha, $30 Oobo. 917-743-7077. 813-833-8653'3r5 S _me ,tching& l es BMW 1992 325 Conves- airNagswerMlockshe&
Palms luxur 2br, 2ba, GMC 2000SaTari -6eal&l oves,,300.ble rebuilt, good bo300
condo, gate pool, cub- pet. $139 /month 34' 1996 Southwind Gas 22' ANGLER 1995 CC, bi CHEVROLET 1991 8 psgr. 65k mi. Pwr firm.81342-8588 & eng, new brakes & n tires, original owner.
nouse war7 er & view, C-deoosit 454 Chev. Vortex 52k offshore/ inshore boa. Slverao, ^ o windows mirrors, locks battery, 174K mi $3000 Clean and runs well
l. 941 7 8 Catrick mi. o ne owner n/s n/p, VHF, depth finder2, 00m 0 ar bffe. D750.13-6 doors 4KI 27004 Kmlxana 75l- 727-64-8351/674-8329 $5,806d (813)340-0198
$1000/mo. 941-714-0778 702-416-3718 garaged exc cond, rear EFI motor, tandem trlr bt offer. C 813-957- $7500. 813-642-9244 u, 2 ileS, exce
cam. $H7900 813-689- turn key. Must sell now! 7797 lent condition, garage BMW 1998 328i, 79K mi HYUNDAI 2006 Sonata
PLANT CITY Cedar Run ZEPHYRHILLS Presti- 7924/340-552 $7800 C- 727-249-6993 CERL 0 TOYOTA 1999 Si enna XLE ket,$6500, 87. black, tan Ithr, 4DR, htd GLS, 13,950 mrl,-wht/ tan
2br/2ba condo. All new -ious Crest View H lls CHEVROLET 2005 Cobra- white, exc condo, sunrf, Cal 3 2-567-6867 seats, new crystal tail fact wrty, Car fax cert,
apls. Great floor plan ew4r/2ba/2cgNr. 34' J model, 1994 Boun- 23' Sea Era 2000 Walk- doLS Z85 Crew cab,12k fully loaded, owner, YMH2lioh' $9700 1 19450123 all oots, dr svcd CD.
with wood floors. Rest Shops& hosp. der, sleeps 6, 2 ACs, qn around Cuddy, 2.00h miles2WD, GoldLthr. 86k miles $8500 obo YAMAHA 2004 RoadStar 8 3-760-1865/345-3913 $13,9S0 727-776-5412
Screened porch. Ready $1256/mo. to sell ok size bed, 2 TVs, hydraul- runs great, w.rr,ank Mintond. $21,50. 813-948-0 73Gl 390-6951 1800cc cstm wide tire,Tn
to move into! $1000mo n 813-760-6221/334-5572 c i c levelers, Dometic reo needs some TLC. (813) 610-9624( lot of chrome, new b k LEXUS 2002 C430 con-
iqcls water Call Becky fridge, Onan 7000'Mar- $12000obo 352-621-0848 utility owmis $10,500 1 B Uy vertible amethyst col-



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