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WEDNESDAY,MAY 7, 2008



PLANT CITY

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Malcolm "Mac" Harriman, the owner, sits in one of the facility's living rooms. It also has two screened lanais, a fireplace and a cafe.


Renovated, Ready For Life
A rural nursing home that was vacant and run-down as recently as three
years ago has been restored and renamed Stone Ledge Manor, a
gleaming, 52-bed assisted-living facility on McIntosh Road. The new.
owner, Valrico psychologist Malcolm "Mac" Harriman, spent
$6.5 million creating the facility, which offers such amenities as salon,
spa and concierge services. Its first resident moved in recently.
STORY, PAGE 12

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A Real Honor
A boardroom at a
Tampa library
is named for Sandra
Raulerson Cameron,
a lifelong resident.
Page 3

Cutbacks Ahead
Plant City is facing a
$1.5 million shortfall
because of state tax
reform. It's unclear
what will be cut.
Page 8






Looking Back
The annual meeting
and picnic of a group
that oversees
a Hopewell cemetery
will include the
release of a local
history book.
Page 11

QB Position Up
In The Air
Durant High starts
spring practice with
three candidates for
quarterback to replace
Jeremy Fussell.
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Library Room Dedicated In Honor Of Local Resident


PLANT CITY - Sandra Rau-
lerson Cameron has lived all
her life in rural east Hillsbor-
ough County amid orange
groves and strawberry fields.
That serenity has given her an
appreciation for the quiet,
pastoral life.
On April 22, Hillsborough
County honored her by ded-
icating the San-
dra Raulerson
Cameron Board-
room at the John
F. Germany
Public Library in
Tampa.
Cameron
Cameron graduated from
Plant City High
School and attended Stetson
University, Florida Southern
College and Hillsborough
Community College. She
earned degrees in secondary
education, English and archi-
tectural design. As a third-
generation citrus grower, she
has a family-owned agricul-
tural business in Plant City
with her husband, Gary, who-
retired from Cork Elementary
School after many years of
teaching.
Their son, Michael, who is a


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financial adviser with Edward
Jones, his wife, Terrie, and son
Nicholas live in Plant City.
Daughter Susan, a Florida
Green Building certified de-
signer with C. Ross General
Contracting, lives in Tampa's
Hyde Park.
Sandra Cameron has
worked as an interim, full-
time, nonprofessional librari-
an at Plant City's library;
served as chairman twice on
the Tampa-Hillsborough
County Library Board; and
helped organize the Friends of
Bruton Memorial Library.
Libraries are not her only
love. An award-winning artist,
she paints land and seascapes,
exhibiting in national and
international miniature


Andy Bender of Plant City
recently bagged this 21-pound
gobbler in Georgia.

shows, and has won numer-
ous awards. She is a member
of the American League of Pen
Women and the Miniature Art
Society of Florida. She enjoys
quilting and a beach house at
Boca Grande.


Plant Cit) %Woman's Clu
Members of the Plant City Woman's Club recently planted two
trees at Union Station Welcome Center and Railroad Museum to
replace ones lost in a hurricane.


Couples Celebrate
480 Years Together
PLANT CITY - Red roses were
in order for eight couples who
recently celebrated 60th wed-
ding anniversaries. It was a
glorious night at the Red Rose
Inn and Suites when the cou-


pies joined for dinner to cele-
brate 480 combined years of
marital memories.
The couples, who live at the
Meadows in Plant City, in-
cluded Colleen and Dick Ear-
hart, Alfrieda and Maynard
Francis, Mabel and Ed McDou-

See BETTY BRIGGS, Page 4 I


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gall, Ginny and Ernie Kline,
Joan and Richard Meserve,
Grace and Dick Strand, Nor-
ma and John Wolfe, and
Jeannette and Ralph Brune;

Plant City Resident
Bags Big Turkey
PLANT CITY - Andy Bender
bagged a nearly 21-pound
gobbler recently at his Oak
Grove Camp in Quitman
County, Ga., on the Arkansas
Creek. I
The gobbler had an 11-
inch beard and 1�-inch
spurs. Bender said the legs
were a bit tough, but the rest
was tender and delicious.
Bender and family own
Gro-Mor Co. in Plant City.

Club Replaces Trees
Lost In Storm
PLANT CITY - Members of
the Plant City Woman's Club


recently planted two drake
elms at Union Station Wel-
come Center and Railroad
Museum.
Jean Ann Eatman, chair-
man of the conservation
committee, said the trees
were planted in celebration
of National Arbor Day and
Federation Day on April 24.
The trees replace ones lost
during a hurricane.
Members gathered to
plant the trees with the assis-
tance of the Plant City Parks
and Recreation Department.
Gil Gott of Florida Tree
Source provided assistance
in the selection and pur-
chase of the trees.
The General Federation of
Women's Clubs was an im-
portant force in founding
America's first national parks
and supported the creation
of the National Park Service.

Have an eventyou would like to
see in this column? Send items
to Betty Briggs by e-mail at
gabylee@tampabay.rr.com or
mail to The Tampa Tribune, 101
N. Wheeler St., Plant City FL
33563 or fax to (813) 865-4441.


Library Has Space For NASA


The free event
will touch on
exploration, alien.
worlds and more.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY - Space Day IV
will provide a rare opportunity
Saturday for young and old to
learn about space exploration
from a NASA official and oth-
ers.
The free event at Bruton
Memorial Library will include
experiments, presentations,
giveaways, prizes, snacks,
drinks and displays. Artwork
from Murphy Elliott will also
be on display, representing
space exploration, astrofields
and alien worlds.
"I'm excited about the re-
turn of Space Day and a visit
from Russell Romanella," li-
brary director Anne Haywood
said.
Romanella is the director of
the international space station


Amy Stevens took part in last
year's Space Day at Bruton
Memorial Library. The annual
program returns Saturday.
and spacecraft processing at
the National Aeronautics and
Space Administration. He will
discuss the future of space
exploration.
Bruton Memorial, 302
McLendon St., is at the corner
of Wheeler Street. The event
runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
"This program is definitely
for people of all ages," Hay-
wood said.


Jason Rhian, who developed
Space Day for the library, "has
strong ties to NASA and has
put together a very interesting
program," Haywood said.
Rhian, 35, is a student at the
University of South Florida
where he is majoring in public
relations and journalism. In
2007 he interned with NASA
and directed media personnel
around the Kennedy Space
Station launch site prior to
shuttle missions.
"I still work there during
certain launches," Rhian said.
Another speaker at the li-
brary event, Joseph Palaia, is a
co-founder of a company that
is researching the possibility of
establishing bases on Mars.
At the end of the event,
Rhian will give away four pass-
es to the Kennedy Space Cen-
ter visitor's center.
For information, call the li-
brary at (813) 757-9216.
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Things To Do is a list of some of
the most interesting upcoming
events. For a complete list of
Tampa Bay area events, see this
week's Friday Extra.


Thursday

Expo Features
Displays, Prizes
More than local businesses
will display products and
information from 2 to 6 p.m.
at the annual 2008 Plant City
Community Expo.
The event, sponsored by the
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce and Hillsborough
Community College, is in the
Trinkle center at HCC's Plant
City campus, 1206 N. Park
Road.
There's no admission
charge. There will be a draw-
ing, door prizes and give-
aways.
Call (813) 754-3707.

Jungle Musical
Giraffes strut, birds swoop
and gazelles leap when Dis-

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isney's "The Lion King," which returns to Carol Morsani Hall at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center.


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Tim McGraw will take the stage at 6 p.m. Friday at the Ford Am-
phitheatre at the Florida State Fairgrounds. ,


ney's "The Lion King" returns
to Carol Morsani Hall, from
Thursday through June 22 at
the Tampa Bay Performing
Arts Center, 1010 N. MacInnes
Place, Tampa.
Tickets for the musical cost
$48 to $133; go to www.tbpac
.org or call (813) 229-7827.

Friday


Get Out And Dance
The weekly dance spon-


scored by the Strawberry Sin-
gles Club is from 8 to 11:30
p.m. at the Stardust Dance
Center, 1405 S. Collins St.,
Plant City.
The cost is $6 for members,
$7 for associate members and
$8 for nonmembers. Call (352)
523-0114

Big Draw McGraw
Country superstar Tim
McGraw, with special guest
Jason Aldean, performs at 6
p.m. at the Ford Amphitheatre


Post Your Own Calendar
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at the Florida State Fair-
grounds, 4800 U.S. 301 N.,
Tampa.
Tickets cost $65.50 for re- -
served seating and $35.50 for
general admission lawn seat-
ing, and are available at the
box office or by calling (813)
287-8844.

Friday And Saturday


Come Listen To A Story
See Jed, Granny and the rest
of the Clampett clan in "The
Beverly Hillbillies," a play
based on the long-running

See THINGS TO DO, Page 6 >-


COMING SATURDAY
A horse farm is ground zero
for a fundraiser/concert to
help build a home for a fam-
ily with three sick children.

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television show.
Plant City Entertainment
presents its latest production
at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday
at the Cornerstone Center, 315
N. Collins St.
Tickets are $10 for general
admission and $8 for patrons
55 and older and students
through 12th grade. Tickets
may be available at the door
or can be purchased in ad-
vance at Hardee's Fashions,
1501 N. Wheeler St., Plant City.

Saturday


Experience Old Cuba
Before Vegas, there was
Havana.
Tampa General Hospital
Foundation's llth annual
Moments in Time Gala, which
will re-create a prerevolution-
ary Cuban nightclub, is Satur-
day at the Hyatt Regency, 211
N. Tampa St.
Festivities start at 7:30 p.m.,
with a patrons' party at 6:30.
The gala features big band
music, food and drink.
Tickets cost $250 and spon-
sorships cost $1,500 to


$15,000. Proceeds benefit the
TGH Fund for the Future. Call
(813) 844-7273.

Sunday


Mother's Day Brunch
Treat mom to a brunch at
Keel & Curley Winery, 5202
Thonotosassa Road, Plant
City. The Mother's Day
brunch is served from 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m. and includes compli-
mentary wine for mothers.
There will be arts and crafts,
music and food to help mom
enjoy her special day. Prices
are adults $19.95 and children
$9.95.
Reservations are required,
call (813) 752-9100 or (813)
748-0441.

Blues Benefit
The 13th annual Take Back
the Night! benefit for domestic
violence shelters is at 5 p.m. at
Skipper's Smokehouse, 910
Skipper Road, Tampa.
Performers include the
Women's Blues Revue, Denise
Moore and Liz Pennock & Dr.
Blues. Tickets cost $7 in ad-
vance and $10 at the door.
Call (813) 971-0666 or go to
skipperssmokehouse.com for
details.


Mom's Day Music
Junior Combs and Southern
Joy performs a Mother's Day
concert at 6 p.m. at Lone Oak
Baptist Church, 3505 W. Lone
Oak Road, Plant City. There's
no admission charge but an
offering will be received.
The trio features a father,
son and daughter from Bal-
dwin. Call (813) 754-5278

Monday


Don Your Dancing Shoes
Veteran instructor Susan
Staton teaches such dances as
rumba, tango, cha-cha, swing
and waltz at 7 p.m. at the Red
Rose Inn and Suites, 2011 N.
Wheeler St., Plant City.
Each session is $10, and no
partner is needed. Call (813)
752-3141.

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Want an your entertainment
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Tampa Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler
St., Plant City FL 33563; e-mail
gnewman@tampatrib.com;
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PLANT CITY - Studying fi-
nancial trends April 28 in prep-
aration for upcoming budget
workshops, Plant City com-
missioners indicated spending
cutbacks will be necessary.
Rising fuel costs coupled
with the statewide voter-ap-
proved reduction in property
taxes means an estimated $1.5
million shortfall for the city for
the 2008-09 fiscal year, Mayor
Rick Lott said during a 70-
minute financial workshop be-
fore the April 28 commission
meeting.
The situation leaves few op-
tions, including increasing
municipal property taxes -
which the mayor said he op-
poses - or raising fees for city
services.


"It comes down to expenses. We're go-
ing to have an opportunity to tighten
our belts, just like our citizens are."
RICK LOTT
Plant City mayor, on studying the city spending in
preparation for budget workshops


"It comes down to expens-
es," Lott said. "We're going to
have an opportunity to tighten
our belts, just like our citizens
are" during this period of ris-
ing costs.
"When you get into a tight
financial situation, you have to
decide what services are rele-
vant," Commissioner Bill Dod-
son said. The commission
must prioritize what it will
fund, so it is important the
board be provided informa-
tion about the scope and cost
of the city's many services, he
said.
City Finance Director Mar-
tin Wisgerhof said he will meet
with department managers
this month to discuss' their
budgets. The city budget for


the current year is $26 million.
In the January referendum
on Amendment 1, Florida vot-
ers overwhelmingly sent a
message to government:
Spend less and reduce taxes.
Among other things, the refer-
endum doubled the $25,000
homestead exemption.
In Plant City, 58 percent of
voters approved the amend-
ment, City Manager David Sol-
lenberger said. "That's a pretty
powerful message there," Sol-
lenberger told commissioners.
"I'm not ruling out fee ad-
justments," Sollenberger add-
ed. He said he will provide the
commission with figures com-
paring the cost of providing a
specific city service and the
resulting revenue. Charges at


7 still don't have a good feel for what
our revenue is going to be."
DAVID SOLLENBERGER
Plant City manager, on whether layoffs would be
necessary


the city-operated cemetery di-
vision, for example, are "low
compared to everybody else,"
he said.
Commissioner Dan Rauler-
son suggested a zero-based
budget, which would require
department managers start
their budgets at zero and justi-
fy funding.
Commissioners seemed to
agree with Sollenberger that
they not tap reserves. "Those
dollars won't be there the next
year," once spent, so they
should be used, if ever, for
hurricane relief and other dire
emergencies, Sollenberger
suggested.
Questioned later, Sollen-
berger said any speculation
about layoffs would be prema-


ture.
"I still don't have a good feel
for what our revenue is going
to be," and it could be June
before a firm figure is avail-
able, he said.
Additionally, he has spoken
to department heads about
their budgets and will soon be
reviewing them. "I'll see if
they've met my expectations,"
he said.
Commissioners have sched-
uled budget workshops from 4
to 6 p.m. June 23, July 14 and
28 at city hall, 302 W. Reynolds
St. The new fiscal year starts
Oct. 1.

Reporter George Wilkens can be
reached at (813) 865-4433 or
gwilkens@tampatrib.com.


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Two To
Items of interest from the
April 28 Plant City Commis-
sion meeting include:
* Fire Rescue Chief George
Shiley introduced five new de-
partment members and two
longtime employees promoted
to captain. Theywere adminis-
tered the oath of office.
* Vincent Probst, who was
.hired in August 2000 and be-
came a driver/engineer in Feb-
ruary 2003, was promoted to
captain Jan. 1.
* Ricky Sullivan was pro-
moted to captain of operations
Jan. 1. He started as a reserve
member of the department in
July 1991 and was hired full
time in October 1993. H was
promoted to driver/engineer
in May 1996 and to captain in
February 2003. Sullivan is a
certified fire officer working
toward fire officer II certifica-
tion.
* David Burnett was hired in
August as department training
chief. He began his firefighting
career in 1987 as a volunteer
with the Midway Fire District
near Tallahassee and worked
his way up to chief. In 2004, he
was hired as fire chief for the
Levy County city of Chiefland.
He is about to complete work
for a bachelor's degree in fire
science.
* James Wilson was hired as
an emergency medical servic-
es captain in January. He start-
ed his -fire service career in
1983 in Brevard County and
has an associate's degree in
emergency medical services
and a bachelor's degree in
management.
* Jared Wyatt was hired as a
fire medic in October. He be-
came a certified paramedic in
August 2006 and certified fire-
fighter one year ago.
* Britt Davis was hired in
February as a firefighter/emer-
gency medical technician. The
Plant City High graduate be-
came a certified firefighter in
November 2006 and an EMT in
June 2007. He plans to start
medic school in the fall.
* , William Wimberly was
hired April 1 as firefighter/
EMT. A certified firefighter/


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Captain
EMT, he has a bachelor's de-
gree in sport management
from the University of Tampa
and is attending paramedic
school.
. Commissioners agreed to
work with the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce to
alert local dealerships about
the city's requests for bids on
vehicles. The issue was raised
because no local dealers re-
sponded to advertised bids for
six new trucks to be used by
city departments.
Commissioners Robert
Brown and Bill Dodson said
only dealers outside Plant City
responded to the bids, and
they urged a system for alert-
ing local companies that sell
vehicles - or other equipment
- to the city's needs.
City Attorney Ken Buchman,
however, told commissioners
the lack of local bids would not
justify rejecting the low bids,
submitted by Don Reid Ford in
Maitland for one truck and Bill
Currie Ford in Tampa for the
other five.
Mayor Rick Lott concurred.
"We have to stand by what we
said we would do." But he
added it would be easy to
provide local dealers with the
details of the advertised re-
quests for bids. "E-mail is a
very simple thing to do," he
suggested.
* Nuisance weeds in Samuel
Cooper Lake are proving to be
just that.
Despite the ongoing effort to
kill the aquatic weeds with
herbicides, the problem is re-
curring, City Manager David
Sollenberger told commission-
ers.
Chemicals are applied
monthly, but in limited quan-
tities to avoid harming fish and
adversely affecting the
Eastside Canal, downstream
from the lake.
The city staff will harvest the
weeds once the lake depth is
sufficient to allow the equip-
ment to perform properly, he
said. The water depth is being
monitored.
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Mount 01ie: i/1 I talonn .vi
Mount le: iOte. n, " Ad. J -'2S

APOSTOUCL
Asamblea Apostolica:
1501 Colson R4 737-3496
Apostolic (Church ol Jesus Christ.
/1212 TF 4-.7d 4- 5.il'l,

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pimt'nt- Rd
lillun 'i 5-42 4
Bethan): '9% HIarrii Ml
Ilf.,rnj/waz _, '/t"- q-t
Calarj Feflonship:
/110, (;.,iAn t "S i'.-t il
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3i20 .i d Rd. ti-.'-iL
Doter First: ' 5-4 1c- i'tt/iC 'd t'/ W-?43
Faith Temple:i --. lia llit/iin'1i.
Sa.i'ld i ' Iuit t n . - I 2.0i i/
Faith Lighthouse: ?.9i A' 'S' \ "*2 /.i.2'i
iri.t ",itI ,i. (1ir l/ite 'inf in Ad
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Pleasant Grove: liirhk r (rnt .A . -'
lictor) Vorship (enter '.,.t Iil i1t/ hil

S)dne.: idri Ad. / I1 n , i . /'
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Turke) (reek: hiirti i 'rtil A -i t-' '2

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4ha'a: inrkt'i (rttb A' \ ' 1'' (
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Bethel: 9sei R Pe/ni, v 5 it liN'
Beulah: Ali.n C i'nlnit bI / !'
ti/ta 3"-4/1/
Bible: i'tir/if ijnl u ti -"i2 2.
Burchnood Temple: htchd hr f. A i-

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(edar Grote-[ Ft Atin/'I - 1 / -'
(entral ol Lithia: ,,nl't w kC An >i/l/ At
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(ommuniit (hri-tian:

Cr rsroads. 'C.' S -iiitttet

Countryside Baplist Church:
i3.1 'Sidrkft Rd i-' 'd Vil'


BAPTIST CON'D
Doter First. \ diI/a5r ida ii'L2 ")
Eas_.ide: lI-i.9Gallvnii - 5-200/
East Thonotosassta: i il h,*t'
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Faith templee Primitive:,
,808 W Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of Midwayr
Midway R 752-7209
First Baptist Lithia intersection of SR 39 &
Lithia-Pi ecrestRd 737-1121
First Plant City: 503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
Tirs Thonotomas.a Missionanr
1./ /o t' .1' 5u 'I - /N' .
Harmony Bapdist (hurh:
.ra tt[ AiiQti iinafiri Ad iO -it,
Hopewealer ie.'.5 i .�
Hopewell: SR 'I' i'.i3 )
knights: i';iiil btn,,ui, 'i ini 2 2..'
Lelanon- hir.i', i. R.iT ,'d NJ ii .N,
Lone Oak: l.nt t i/J A i4 -s.'"'.
Mount P:jriah Freewill:
h* 'in i..' o .l ...n %i ""* -.i- "'
Mount Monalih reenill:
-t2 ' 'ntl "I-I 7/
Mount Olie: 1oN14 a iidl 't -i4. i
New Hopt Freevill Baptist church :
iil %Id:'ei t.tier kd i, tT
New ML lion FreeiT. di/ uiAi'r-J, Id

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OAUu'.."t Ir rt.,rd -iJ i.tA4''
Plant (it) Primitite: it"N , titern i

Pleasant Groe First: iirka i nt't t,/
-;" 2 i',
Shiloh Baptist Church-
5I) It i ,'e . )r i , -" . "44
Springhead: ' 1 igit ,k+ J "'i2-4,- 'i
SL Luke Missionary: tf'9 i .Ircmtj v

SL Marf's FreeilJ: ttlienir ,' 11.i1ti- V

SL Mar) Mbisionan: ti4t -I 6t 0i

SL Mary's Communi)t Church:
a9' r Lira ri 't -/1616
S)dney: ti/ "'vr RJ i" /il-',
Turkey (reek (ommunit) Baptist church :
5i/" hu ,rkt- (oif d . /J . "3 1 ' I -.N
Iurkey (reek Firl . T'rapell k,l
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Nirtori Misionmua: Itah 4?.
Weklome Baptist .r//3 l/Ak..in
.lt arci ir (/3m 'I 223'$i
Wes-tside. p2iij i tr,;im/iid lit
%-2 tii'
,hitehuirst Rd.'.-I,' IV li h''u' A
i4' ijui

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Little Union: Pil ii'.,urnt, '/ # ',
(I l / 'l , ..-f i " .i f 1
Salem Primitile:
it-/ i') , \, .*'lll i h i ,l S1.t '0


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SL elementt i'i \ 1/.iniitdti v
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rit 938IV. , hder R, 52-2771
Cork: Cork Road,152-1521
laura St: 1310� Laum S, 752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd, 754-1485

CHRISTIAN (Disciples of Christ)
First 2108 ThonotosssaRR4 752-5385

CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
(ornerstone Christian: l'.ltit,-. 1',/
\ i. ,1 i; ' i I

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
New Cnue: /121; tf L.ri

CHURCH OF GOD (Clevelard Tenn I
Doier. lA.-iiiiu minq St. Si'' , JI*l
Plaint Ci: 2/i'ty i2t/ utLdr - '"2 4.91
hrkley Creek. hiirtel .'i r tl 1
.it : i ' i h " '!. it
ThIonoik'assr
t, 2 t ,t.irA .I - u i*'* .

CHURCH OF GOD
lAnderison Indiana3
kingsmay First 26 's mciion \

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%L PtIers. . ?' \ .,i.1-a i 1.
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HOUNESS
DIliterance lahernatle:
aw a 6U rau,/ St
Retuge (hurmh ol Our Lord.


INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
-2// si tmaout., RJd "N-.i.J4
Resioration Asaemhl):

Evangelists lor.jeru- labernade:
Sk 5-4 [ il[ aetr 609 011/i

INIERDENOMINATIONAL
Calvary (hapel Plant Cily:
I/.il ,\,r7t/i ,m rsi . t ' ' . . 2.il'
(hristian Groilth (enter.
/ i/i \ 'titu,,h -19"n'i ar
INTERDENOMINATIONAL (Conltd)
(omenait Bible Church: mliii f.t ,it i tv
\h'llt'2 i -" t !'. ',
Deeper lile fellouvhip.
tr t :I 1,1 It l Ak 39 '.
Resial Outreach (enter.
IN5.\ 1iirRJ R (./.l-Li,


JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:.32.' \ t tarniIut he.
i-' Ji

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364

LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park HBId, 752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104Mud Lake R4 752-6064

NAZARENE
Plant (it) (ommuniti Church ol die
Nazarene. 2' ., tIdat.te R, . -2 er ,

NON-DENOMINAllONAL
Full Gospel lellowthip:
II Ilkiii I\t
Fidl Gospel Tabernacle:
2/1i / \iiIaii' ilo'. "i .'i 4 .
Greater lote (hristian Center:
liu\ frn.iun i't "3'i'L'ii
Inmtpt family) Xor'hip Center:
ft, , t ier -'er , i trl
I/,l. (f.i-. `'14
ainos Inlernational Church of florida:

(,rate Bible Ministries.
/'I'2 / I liHfi 1nh,n h lit ".4i..r'4
Unity (hnst (hlirh:
I*il \ i .,ni'.o v i.,i-.'.!-( 4
lounan'ut Praise and Worship Center.
t *'-11

ORTHODOX
Hol) Proitc-don Orthlio\ (hurth:
ii.'ii It..> L, r;'b'i' [h-fr , ..'.'. t/-'.

PENTECOSTAL
Gremaer Heights F.unily Worphip (enter
3j1l/ 'em',.,t A d 54 -H
living alieru Foursquare (hurch:
I.Ir_ ) itTn Si -f U-I
New Hope %orship (enter.
.-'/ t,,i t . S.n ' "5 1.12)

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DIoter ,luLre1 5 >' lhult "
I'limi KIl' i'.1' ' I101
(hurth of the Lihing God:
I/u' ier.' /-.'i.S4i'

PRESBYTERIAN
['angelical Pmlnt iry.
/ll ," , ir/if ,n/li'. l.: "i '*<;'i
PRESBYTERIAN (Cont'd)
Fu'rt Pr-b)yierian Plant ( in.
1J- iil ri .i. y J- i21i

SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk nith God Ministry:
I/ /i l _ 1 '.'I,/. 'r (i , . ,irv ru


SEVENTh-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant (itq: 2. ' ir. i 4 i-i in


SEVENTY 11MES SEVEN
MISNTRIES, INC
"SAFE" ("Single Again Fellowship
& Evangelism")
2011 South Wiggins Rd., 813-754-3224

SOUTHERN METHODIST
First 103 WJohnson Rd 754-5968

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
/914 / iila . i' Iui it. ARd I.i .i


UNIlED METHODIST
Cork. it81 9 S,m l/li8 -i..

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Faith Outreach Churh ol
Plant Ci):
/121 tUt ,'A'l.tl.r .. 1 V '," ' 2
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The 400-page book
will be available
at the annual
cemetery meeting.
By JAN HOLUNGSWORTH
The Tampa Tribune
HOPEWELL - Each year for
the past 27, descendants of the
founders of this community
near Plant City have gathered
to break bread and take care of
the business of maintaining
the cemetery where many of
their relations are buried.
This year's annual meeting
of The Hopewell Church Old
Cemetery Inc. promises to be a
most auspicious occasion as
the event is expected to show-
case the unveiling of a long-
awaited book on the history of
the community.
"The Pioneers of Hopewell,"
a 400-page tribute to the hardly
souls who tamed the wild land
south of what is now State
Road 60, will be on sale at the
gathering for $14.
"It has lots and lots of histor-
ical pictures," said Lynda Full-
er, who worked on "Pioneers"
with many other members of
the community.
The book was inspired by
Isabel Preacher, a longtime ar-
ea educator who served as the
organization's first secretary
when it was founded in 1981.
Preacher, a history teacher


HEALTH NOTES
ALZHEIMER'S PROGRAM: The
University of South Florida Sun-
coast Alzheimer's & Gerontology
Center will present a free com-
munity program, Alzheimer's
Disease: What Caregivers Need
to Know, May 24 at the First
Baptist Church of Plant City,
503 N. Palmer St. The program
is designed for individuals car-
ing for a family member or
friend with. Alzheimer's disease.
Topics will include understand-
ing Alzheimer's disease, prog-
ress in treatment, communica-
tion strategies, managing trou-
blesome behaviors, legal and
financial Information and more.
The program is from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. and lunch will be provid-
ed. The program is sponsored
by the Community Care Center.
There is no charge but advance
registration is requested to


at Turkey Creek when it was a
high school, regaled her niece,
Helen West, with stories of the
community's roots and en-
couraged her to research the
story of Hopewell.
"Of course, Helen took this
on as a project with ven-
geance," Fuller said.
However, West died in 2005
before completing the book.
Preacher, who died two years
later at the age of 96, also
didn't live to see it reach
fruition.
Led by Fuller, the work was
completed by a group that.
calls itself The Pioneers of
Hopewell Historical Commit-
tee.
"Everybody has put in 110
percent on this book," she
said.
The annual meeting, where
officers are elected, doubles as
a picnic and fundraiser for the
cemetery's perpetual care
fund, said Martha Durrance,
the secretary of The Hopewell
Church Old Cemetery.
It generally draws 40 to 60
people, some of whom return
to.Hopewell from other plac-
es.
"The board members will'
provide the meat, drinks and
utensils, and everyone brings
a covered dish," Durrance
said.
The meeting is set for noon
May 17 in the new fellowship
hall at Hopewell Baptist


reserve a seat. Call Eileen Poiley
at (813) 974-4355 or toll free in
1-800-633-4563.
AL ANON MEETING: Hope Al
Anon, a support group for family
and friends of alcoholics, meets
at 7:30 p.m. Monday at St.
Clement Catholic Church, 1104
N. Alexander St., Plant City. Go
to www.tampabayalanon.org or
call (813) 881-9372.
GET IN SHAPE: First Baptist
Church of Plant City is offering
fitness classes Tuesdays and
Thursday from 9 to 10 a.m. for
adults and 6 to 6:45 p.m. for
families. Classes will be held in
the church's singles ministry
building 105 E. Baker St. (813)
750-4879.
PARKINSON'S SUPPORT: A
Parkinson's disease support
See HEALTH NOTES, Page 20 >-


IF YOU GO

WHAT: Annual meeting-picnic
of The Hopewell Church Old
Cemetery Inc.
WHERE: Hopewell Baptist
Church, 6001 State Road 39
South
WHEN: Noon May 17
INFORMATION: (813) 754-4591
or (813) 763-4739


Church, 6001 State Road 39
South.

Reporter Jan Hollingsworth can
be reached at (813) 865-4436 or
jhollingworth@tampatrib.com.


Photo from Lynda Fuller
Isabel Preacher, left, inspired her niece Helen West to work on the
book "The Pioneers of Hopewell," a tribute to the area founders.
Preacher and West died before the book was completed.


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Stone Ledge Manor, a 52-bed assisted-living facility on McIntosh Road, was created from the shell of a '60s-era nursing home that sat vacant and in disrepair for years.


Mable McMillan, the first resident, likes her apartment.
"It really suited me; I really liked it," she says.


By GEORGE WILKENS
The Tampa Tribune
T HONOTOSASSA - The '60s-style nursing
home was a shambles when Malcolm
"Mac" Harriman came courting.
"It was just a disaster," said Harriman, a
(psychologist with an extensive health care
and business background who, at the urg-
ing of a former colleague,
explored the property in
April 2004. A former
Tattered mattresses,
box springs, dilapidated home, or
wheelchairs, walkers and
canes littered the 7-acre and dilar
property and 39,000- now a g]
square-foot concrete
block building, vacant for state-of
two years. "Boxes of med-
ical records were off in assisted
one room," abandoned by facility
former operators of the
180-bed facility on McIn- ready for
tosh Road.
Harriman initially
scoffed at the suggestion he buy the run-
down property, in the hands of a real estate
investment trust following failure of the
facility's parent company.
Originally listed for $2.5 million, the rural
property about three miles north of In-
terstate 4 was drawing scant attention -
too specialized, too distressed to be attrac-
tive to an investor seeking to flip it.
"It was down to a million [dollars] when I


looked at it," said Harriman, a Valrico
resident who regularly revisited the proper-
ty. "Each time, it made a little more sense
how it could be reworked," but only as a
health care facility and by someone experi-
enced in that field, he said.
After eight months of negotiations, Har-
riman, aided by investors and a Small
Business Administration
loan, bought the property
nursing for $400,000. Then the real
work began.
ce empty "My biggest job" imme-
diately after taking pos-
idated, iS session "was to secure the
eating, place and keep it from
being set on fire," Harri-
-the-art man said. The abandoned
building with mattresses
I-living was attractive to some
that is homeless people, who
gained access by removed
residents. air-conditioning grates.
Wasps had also moved in.
"Next, we gutted it right
down to block," Harriman said of the
structure built in 1963 and expanded in
1981. "All that was left was the roof, rafters,
walls and floors."
Floors were trenched to accommodate
new plumbing. A modem fire-protection
sprinkler system was installed. The -shell
was renovated and a 5,000-square-foot
addition was constructed. Modern on-site
water and sewer systems were built.


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"We want to make it as cognitively stimulating as possible. Remembering

is good It's good for the heart and good for the head, too.
MALCOLM "MAC" HARRIMAN
Managing member of Stone Ledge Manor, on the atmosphere he wants to create for residents


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Ben Smerdell and his dining services staff will prepare three meals and two snacks daily for the residents.


Renovation and construction scheduled to
take 18 months stretched into two years,
costing more than $6 million.
Then, on April 4, the project christened
Stone Ledge Manor - a name inspired by the
nearby upscale community of Stonelake Ranch
on Lake Thonotosassa - was licensed as a
52-bed assisted-living facility. Two business
days later, the new facility accepted a deposit
from the first resident.
The state-of-the-art facility offers individual
apartments (studios, one- and two-bedroom)
with large bathrooms, walk-in showers and
kitchens with full-size refrigerators. Each has
individually controlled air conditioning and
emergency call system and is wired for tele-


phone, cable television and high-speed In-
ternet. Closed-circuit cameras, 32 in all, scan
the halls and entries.
Rent, which includes a variety of services, is
$3,000 to $5,000 monthly, with the main
variable being the room size.
The cost includes three meals and two
snacks prepared daily by the dining services
staff, directed by Ben Smerdell of Valrico, and
served restaurant-style in the large dining
room. Brunch is offered Thursdays and Sun-
days.
On-site amenities include a laundry, salon,
spa, library, concierge services, and assistance
with transportation and daily living tasks.
Housekeeping and linen service are provided.


Tribune photo by JIM REED
Staff members at Stone Ledge Manor will wear these
emergency pagers to assist residents in need.


STONE LEDGE MANOR

WHERE: 12006 Mcintosh Road, Thonotosassa,
about three miles north of Interstate 4
TELEPHONE. (813) 986-7900
WEB SITE: www.stoneledgemanor.com
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The facility has several living room areas,
two screened lanais, fireplace and cafe with
around-the-clock beverages.
"We want them to feel like they're coming
home," not to a medical facility, said Joy
Cooper, lifestyle director of the facility, where
residents are referred to as members.
The large lifestyle center with full kitchen
will be the site of cooking demonstrations,
exercise classes, craft instruction, a book club,
games and other activities, Cooper said. Coo-
per also plans, 26-minute mental marathons
featuring puzzles and riddles to keep members
sharp.
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OBITUARIES
VICKERS, Clinton M., was
called home to glory April 27,
2008.'He was born September
29, 1961, to Jeanell "Loretta"
Vickers and
Tracy
Watson. He
was
preceded in
death by his
grand-
parents,
Oliver
e' ' Vickers Sr.
and Ernestine
Vickers, and also by two uncles,
Oliver Vickers Jr. and Butler
Vickers. He was reared in a
Christian home and.frequently
attended Bethel Baptist Church
of Plant City. He leaves to
cherish his precious memory a
loving mother, Loretta Vickers;
his father, Tracy Watson; a wife,
Cathy Vickers; six children,
Monique Graham, Apollonia.
Vickers, Oliver Vickers,
Toysheka Vickers, Dominique
Vickers and Kenneth Vickers; 12
siblings, Anglea Oliver (Alex),
Trinity Hendricks (Stan), Julie
Broome, Katina Greene (Oliver),
David Morris (Elaine), Tracy
Watson Jr., Remi Watson (Lisa),
Keisha Watson, Linsey Watson,
Robert Watson (Tomeka),
Wendy Goodman (Eric) and
Patrick Watson; three grand-
children, Jy'quez Washington,
Datan Washington and Jamya
Turner; one very special great-
aunt, Louvenia Knighten; and a
host of aunts, uncles, nieces,
nephews, cousins and friends.
Funeral services took place at 11
a.m. Saturday, May 3, 2008, at
Bethel Baptist Church of Plant
City. Arrangements were
handled by Washington Funeral
Chapel of Plant City.


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Continued From Page 13

"We want to make it as
cognitively stimulating as pos-
sible," Harriman said of mem-
bers' lives at Stone Ledge Man-
or. "Remembering is good. It's
good for the heart and good for
the head, too," said Harriman,
who received his doctorate in
psychology from the Universi-
ty of Maryland.
A Lakeland resident with a
degree in history education
and a love of scrapbooking,
Cooper said she is eager to
launch sessions encouraging
members to record their life
histories.
"The more you make those
cognitive connections the lon-
ger you keep those cognitive
connections," she said. "We
want to keep everyone perking
right along."
Mable McMillan, an 85-
year-old homemaker whose
husband, Neal, 87, is in a nurs-
ing home, moved to Stone
Ledge Manor on April 17.
With assistance from her
oldest son, Ralph, who lives in


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Photo from Malcolm "Mac" Harriman
Homeless people had gained access to the abandoned nursing home before the renovations, which
took two years and cost more than $6 million. The work included modem water and sewer systems.


nearby Seffner, she discovered
the facility before it opened.
"He kept his eye out, watched
them build it. It looked like it
was going to be a pretty place,"
she said.
Once it opened, Ralph Mc-


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Millan and his mother stopped
for a tour.
"It really suited me, I really
liked it. It's a beautiful new
place, all right," said McMillan,
an Athens, Ala., native who
moved to Tampa at age 12. "I


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signed me up, and I've enjoyed
it ever since."

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Nicole Schlegel and Johnny Watson were married April 19 at St.
Clement Catholic Church.


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By DAVE NICHOLSON
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PLANT CITY - More than 300
people were on hand Thursday
for Plant City's annual Nation-
al Day of Prayer breakfast.
Ministers and leaders asked
for divine intervention for the
city, state and nation and for
protection for America's sol-
diers. Former Florida House
Speaker Johnnie B. Byrd Jr., a
local lawyer, noted that similar
gatherings were taking place
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same day.
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tians," said Byrd, who intro-
duced the featured speaker,
David C. Gibbs III of the Chris-
tian Law Association.
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heart and soul," Byrd said.
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Seminole, called on the audi-
ence to be humble and seek
God, and follow other biblical
values. He said people
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problems from the courts or
Washington.
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the answer," he said.
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Schiavo was a brief one. He
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All of Us," was a look at the
case not reported in the main-
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Gulfport, who wanted to keep
their incapacitated 41-year-old
daughter alive after a 1990
heart attack deprived her brain


of oxygen. Her husband, Mi-
chael, obtained a court order
to pull her feeding tube, and
she died in 2005.
Representatives of Plant City
government, state Rep. Rich
Glorioso and U.S. Rep. Gus
Bilirakis appeared at Thurs-
day's breakfast to offer letters
or proclamations in support of
the prayer day.
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who organized the breakfast
and other prayer events later
in the day, said he was pleased
with the turnout at the event,
held for the first time in the
Trinkle center on Hillsborough
Community College's Plant
City campus.
"It's a great day," Blanton
said.
The National Day of Prayer
is held the first Thursday in
May.

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PLANT CITY - Family mem-
bers and police were relieved
but frustrated to learn that a
man who disappeared Feb. 29
from his job in Plant City after
cashing a large check left on
his own volition and is. living in
Oklahoma.
Paul Ryan Surrency, 27, was
reported missing by his family
after leaving work at the local
Wal-Mart. Plant City police ini-
tiated an extensive search for
Surrency, who had been living
in Bradley Junction in Polk
County with his parents.
"Police in Ponca City, Okla.,
notified us on April 29 they
had made contact with Sur-
rency and he was safe," Plant
City police Sgt. Jim Shultz said.
Plant City police Detective
Jay Best relayed the informa-
tion to Beverly Hayes, Sur-
rency's sister, in Mulberry.
"I don't know whether to
hug Ryan or choke him by the
neck," Hayes said. "I'm cer-
tainly pleased he is OK, but I'm
furious that he left without
telling anyone where he was
going or what he was doing."
Surrency also has family
members in the Ponca City
area, officials said.
When Surrency disappeared
he was thought to have about
$6,000 cash in his pocket from
a tax return check he had
cashed earlier in the day. Sur-
rency, known as Ryan to family
and friends, was last spotted at
11:30 p.m. Feb. 29 by a security
camera at the Wal-Mart, 2602
James L. Redman Parkway.
Store supervisors said Surren-


Currency
The father of two
left the area after
he lost his job at
Wal-Mart.


cy was fired for breaking com-
pany rules by leaving the prop-
erty that day during one of his
breaks, authorities said.
"Our search included heli-
copters, off-road vehicles, pa-
trol cars and foot patrols,"
Shultz said. "We used a lot of
manpower and resources to
try to find Mr. Surrency when
he first disappeared. We
searched every possible route
Surrency might have used on
his way home that night."
As police searched for Sur-
rency, the father of two chil-
dren in Mulberry was headed
to Oklahoma, police said.
Plant City police turned
their attention to Oklahoma
after his abandoned 1991
Honda was towed by a compa-
ny in Ponca City, Shultz said.
"There was no sign of foul
play or damage to the car,"
Shultz said. "When the car was
reported to us is when we
returned to the Polk County
family for more information.
That is when we discovered
Surrency had family in the
[Ponca City] area."
Ponca City police later
talked to Surrency and a family
member who assured officers
he was OK, Surrency said.
Surrency's sister Melissa
Turner of Live Oak said, "He
works hard and cares for his
kids. It just floored us that he
just left."
Surrency couldn't be
reached for comment.
Reporter George H. Newman can
be reached at (813) 865-4451 or
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group meets from 1:30 to 3:30
p.m. the second Tuesday
monthly at First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
(813) 431-1422.

ALLIANCE* A National Alliance
for the Mentally III support
group for east Hillsborough
County meets at 7 p.m. the
fourth Thursday monthly in the
Brandon area, at 1402 Jontilly
Place, near State Road 60 and
Hilltop Drive. The group is de-
signed to help the loved ones of
those with mental illness but is
open to anyone who is interest-
ed in supporting mental health
issues. Call (813) 571-9811 or go
to.www.namihillsborough.org

ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT: A sup-
port group for caregivers of
people with memory loss meets
at 2 p.m. the second Tuesday
monthly at First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.,
Room 136. Call (813) 754-3761.

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Photo from Kim McElveen
Bill and Beverly Naset, owners of Maryland Fried Chicken in
Plant City, recently celebrated 58 years of marriage.


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They have owned of Mary-
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years. Their family includes
sons Craig of Morena Valley,
Calif., and Mark of Plant City;
daughters Kim McElveen of
Plant City and Tavia Cowell
of Dover; eight grandchil-
dren; and two great-grand-
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ough County Aging Services Depart-
ment's Senior Centers and its congre-
gate dining sites. Call (813) 272-5160
for locations and information, or go
to www.hillsboroughcounty.org/
aging. Home delivery is provided to
homebound seniors. Call (813) 272-
5250 to enroll. All meals include
low-fat milk, except at Jewish Towers,
where kosher meals are served. These
are the meals for May 12 through 16.
Monday: Frankfurter and bun,
baked beans, mixed vegetables,
applesauce
Tuesday: Baked meatballs
with Swedish gravy, scalloped
potatoes with cheese, green
peas with mushrooms, whole-
wheat bread, sugar cookie
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parsley rice, carrots, whole-
grain bread, pineapple cup
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cheese, stewed tomatoes,
three-bean medley, whole-
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honor its volunteers and board members. Among about 40 people people attending were, from left, food bank founder Linda Law-
son, Carrabba's managing partner Scott Buczak, food bank Executive Director Kelleigh Klein, board member Bruce Rodwell, Higgen-
botham, board member Silvia Dodson, board member Doug Driggers and board member David Miller.


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CALENDAR
Tuesday
SCHOOL BUS WORKER RE-
UNION: Retired school bus
drivers, attendants, mechanics
and other personnel are invited
to a reunion breakfast at 8:30
a.m. Tuesday at BuddyFreddys
restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch Drive,
Plant City. The meal is Dutch
treat. Call Charlotte Britt at
(813) 752-3048 or Elizabeth
Halstead at (813) 659-1559.
May
BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL: The first
annual Tampa Bay Blueberry
Festival will be from 11 a.m. to 8
p.m. May 17 and 18 at Keel &
Curley Winery and Keel Farms,
5202 Thonotosassa Road, Plant
City. The event will include
prizes, children's crafts, moon-
walk, sack races, baseball, pop-
corn, snow cones and more.
Admission is free. Tickets can
be purchased to play the games
at booths.
TEEN NIGHT: The Plant City
Family YMCA, 1507 YMCA Place,
off Alexander Street, will host
Teen Night from 7 to 11 p.m.
May 30. Students in grades 6
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through 10 are invited for an
evening of food, dancing, bas-
ketball, games and other fun
activities. The cost is $6 per
person. (813) 757-6677.

Ongoing

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB: Registra-
tion is under way for a summer
day camp operated by the West
Plant City Boys & Girls Club, 901
S. Waller St. Registration will
continue on a first-come, first-
serve basis. The cost is $150 for
the camp, which runs June 9


through Aug. 8. The camp will
be from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Friday and is
for children 5 to 18. Call (813)
707-8490.

SQUARE AND ROUND DANC-
ING: Strawberry Square Dance
Center, 4401 Boot Bay Road,
has all levels of square and
round dancing. Call (813) 752-
0491 or go to www.florida
danceweb.com/strawberry for,
times and schedule.

GALLERY SCHEDULE: Plant City
Photo Archives; 119 N. Collins
St., is a museum of historical
photographs and maintains an
exhibit gallery with collections
on display. The gallery is open
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thurs-
days, Fridays and Saturdays.


Admission is free. (813) 754-
1578.

HISTORIC DEPOT: The Union
Station Welcome Center and
Railroad Museum is open from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday,
Friday and Saturdays. The
historical train depot is at 102 N.
Palmer St. and includes a muse-
um, gift shop and model rail-
road. There is no admission
charge.

BIKE FEST: The motorcycle
event is from 5 to 9 p.m. the
first Saturday monthly in and
around Union Station Welcome
Center, 102 N. Palmer St. The
event features live music, ven-
dors and the roar of motorcy-
cles, old and new. (813) 754-
3707.


CAR SHOW: The Strawberry
Classic Car Show brings down-
town Plant City to life from 4 to
9 p.m. the third Saturday
monthly in and around McCall
Park at Collins and Drane
streets. Dozens of 1983 and
older classics, antiques, hot rods
and custom vehicles will be on
display. Music is provided. Food
and craft vendors also are fea-
tured. Downtown specialty
shops and restaurants are open
for the event. (813) 754-3707.

FOOD FOR SALE: Unity in the
Community, which provides
support for the needy, sells
flavored smoothies, gourmet
coffees, cappuccino chillers, hot
chocolate, regular coffee,
brewed tea and other treats
during Bike Fest and the Straw-
berry Classic Car Show. The
items can be purchased at a
concession trailer on Palmer


Street south of the railroad
tracks. All money will go to help
the needy. (813) 752-1275-or
www.unityinplantcity.com.
SINGLES DANCE: The Straw-
berry Singles Club has dances
from 8 to 11:30 p.m. Friday at
the Stardust Dance Center, 1405
S. Collins St., Plant City. The
cost is $6 for members, $7 for
associate members and $8 for
nonmembers. (352) 523-0114

JUVENILE JUSTICE VOLUN-
TEERS: Volunteers are needed
for the Department of Juvenile
Justice, 1601 W. Reynolds St.,
Suite 103, Plant City. Clerical
workers, mentors and case
management assistants are
needed. (813) 757-9171.
MEALS ON WHEELS: Meals on
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unteers to deliver meals. Drivers
use their own cars and are
needed to work from 10 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. (813) 754-9932.
KIWANIS CLUB: The Kiwanis
Club of Plant City will have state
Rep. Rich Glorioso as its guest
speaker at its meeting at noon
May 14 at Red Rose Inn and
Suites, 2011 N. Wheeler St..
Upcoming programs include:
Plant City police Detective Jay
Best, who will speak on identify
theft, May 21, Boys & Girls Club
of Tampa Bay President Brad
Baumgardner, June 18; and
County Commissioner Al Higgin-
botham, June 25.
LEARN TO DANCE: Veteran
dance instructor Susan Staton
gives dance lessons at 7 p.m.
Monday at the Red Rose Inn
and Suites, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
Instruction offered includes
rumba, tango, cha-cha, swing
and waltz. Each session is $10,
reservations are not required.
Students are all ages and no
partner is needed. (813) 752-
3141.


WATERSHED PROGRAM: Plant
City offers the following envi-
ronmental education classes:
* Pickin' Wildflowers, 6 p.m.
May 6, public works building,
1802 Spooner Drive. Children
ages 4 to 12 will paint a terra
cotta pot and learn how to grow
the state wildflower, coreopsis.
They will follow along with a
coloring book provided by the
Florida Department of Agricul-
ture and learn about the native
beauties that used to grow all
over the Florida.
* Under the Sea, 6 p.m. July
17, public works building, 1802
Spooner Drive. Children ages 4
to 12 will learn about ocean life
by following along with a col-
oring book provided by the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Commission. Afterward,
they will unleash their creativity
and make a clay bowl with shell
impressions. Participants should
dress to make a mess.
* Worms Eat My Garbage,
6:30 p.m., Aug. 28, Bruton Me-
morial Library, 302 W. McLen-
don St. Lynn Barber will give a
guest lecture on vermicompost-
ing. Participants will learn how
to use a worm bin to transform
table scraps into organic fertiliz-
er. Attendees will make a worm
bin to get them started.
All classes are free but re-


quire preregistration by calling
(813) 757-9289, Ext. 2249.
PLAY-GROUP: Mommy and Me,
a playtime for mothers, fathers
and tots ages 2 and up, is from
10 a.m. to noon Wednesdays at
the Planteen Recreation Center,
301 N. Dort St., Plant City. (813)
659-4256.
BELLY DANCING: Belly dancing
classes are from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Monday at Planteen Recreation
Center, 301 N. Dort St., taught
by Mary Jane Aguilar. The clas-
ses teach the basics at a begin-
ner level with concentration on
movements and the isolation of
movements, body conditioning,
dance, posture and balance. The
cost is $35 for five weeks of
classes or $5 per class. (863)
682-6009.
FREE ESL CLASSES: The Church
of Scientology offers free Eng-
lish as a Second Language clas-
ses at 7 p.m. Thursday at Plant
City Life Improvement Center,
102 N. Collins St. (813) 752-
0148.
Send items at least a week before the
desired publication date to Communi-
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City Workers Rescue
Treasures From Trash
Distinguishing between
trash and treasure is sometime
touchy, but city employees re-
cently dug through a truckload
of garbage to recover cher-
ished family photographs.
The dirty detail was
launched after a very upset
woman called the Plant City
Sanitation Division to say a
box of heirloom photos acci-
dentally placed curbside with
the garbage had been trucked
away.
Division employee Kent
Weitz immediately summoned
the truck crew to the transfer
station, where the search be-
gan. The crew, transfer station
employees, Weitz and the
woman dug through the un-
loaded garbage, recovering a
majority of the "priceless trea-
sures," including photos dat-
ing to the 1850s.
"This is definitely above and
beyond the call of duty, and it
reflects the character and
down-home spirit of our em-
ployees," City Manager David
Sollenberger said. Though ob-
viously upset by the ordeal, the


woman was grateful for em-
ployees' efforts, he added.
The woman, whose identity
was unavailable, could not be
reached for comment.
Weitz said he understood
she was in town removing pos-
sessions from the Plant City
home of her deceased grand-
mother, and friends assisting
with the effort inadvertently
mixed the box of keepsakes
with discards placed curbside.
City workers saved a large-
number of the antique photos
from becoming history by sal-
vaging them, though Weitz
concedes some were "a little
smelly" from the truck ride.
George Wilkens

Couple Saddened When
Former Home Destroyed
Bargain hunters may rejoice
that discount grocer ALDI is
coming to town.
But for Myrle and Tomi
Henry, the news about the
store's construction was a bit
sad.
They sold their house and
about 11 acres at James L.
Redman Parkway and Johnson
Road so they could move to
their dream home north of


town in 2007. Their former
property is in the hands of a
developer, who recently
knocked down the couple's
longtime home.
The demolition clears the
way for commercial develop-
ment, including a 17,000-
square-foot ALDI set to open
. in October.
Tomi cried when she saw
that the house they built in the
early 1960s was gone, said
Henry, a pharmacist and com-
munity leader. They moved
there in March 1963 when one
of their daughters was a tod-
dler. A second daughter was
born the second year and both
girls were raised there.
"Forty-four years is a long
time," Henry said.
Dave Nicholson

Then There Were Six
Mike Sparkman became the
Plant City Commission's sixth
member at a recent workshop
- at least temporarily.
Commissioner-elect Spark-
man, who will take the oath of
office June 9, sat in at the April
28 workshop on financial
trends expected to affect the
city's budget for the fiscal year


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Sparkman
He sat in on a city
commission work-
shop on financial
trends.


starting Oct. 1.
Sparkman, who was offered
a place at the dais with sitting
commissioners, is, of course,
no stranger there, having
served 16 years as a city com-
missioner, including a record
six one-year terms as mayor.
Sparkman defeated Dean
Snyder in the April 8 election
for the group 4 seat to be
vacated by Commissioner
Robert Brown, who an-
nounced in January he would
not seek a second three-year
term.
Seated next to Mayor Rick
Lott, Sparkman did not partici-
pate in discussion about a
consultant's voluminous study
of a decade of the city's fi-
nancial data. At the end of the
70-minute session, however,
Sparkman commented, "It
brought back a lot of memo-
ries of things we've done in the
past."
George Wilkens


Better Late Than Never
As a long-running tradition,
the Plant City High Athletics
Boosters hold -post-season
banquets to honor the accom-
plishments of each .sports
team. Those events are typical-
ly held a couple of weeks after
the season ends.
' But in the case of the Winter
Awards Banquet, it was a cou-
ple of months. The event was
held April 28 at the school
cafeteria.
It was pushed back origi-
nally because of FCAT testing
and then other factors caused
delays.
But the trophies did get
handed out in many catego-
ries.
Channing Woodall, who was
the leader as Plant City's boys
"basketball team reached the
third round of the state play-
offs, was named most valuable
player on that squad.
Tekeyah Clark was the most
valuable player of the girls
basketball team.
Travis Vollick, who qualified
for the state wrestling meet,
was the most valuable player

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(ITY UPDATE

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on that team.
In soccer Alex De La Gar-
za and Danielle Keirsey won
MVP honors.
Darek Sharp
A Performance
Worthy Of An Ovation
Edith Langston showed
why she is in demand as a
singer with a rousing rendi-
tion of "God Bless America"
at Thursday's National Day
of Prayer breakfast.
She told the audience,
"It's time we come back to
God because God has
blessed us," before belting
out the patriotic standard.
Langston got a standing
ovation.
One speaker on the pro-
gram said it was a tough act
to follow. Plant City lawyer
Johnnie B. Byrd Jr., who
introduced the morning's
featured speaker, noted that
Langston is part of a trio
that has entered a national
gospel music contest this
summer.
"I think she's going to
win, don't you?" Byrd asked
the crowd.
Dave Nicholson


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REGENCY 20 (813) 243-4955
10,000 B.C. (PG-13) 1:10 p.m.
21 (PG-13) 1:20, 4:10, 7:05,10:05 p.m.
88 Minutes (R) 2:05, 2:05, 4:40, 4:40, 7:25, 7:25,
9:55, 9:55 p.m.
Baby Mama (PG-13) 1:50, 2:50, 4:30, 5:30, 7:25,
8:10, 9:45 p.m.
Deception (R) 1:45, 9:30 p.m.
Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! (G) 1:35, 4:05,
7:05,9:20 p.m..
Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed (PG) 4:45, 7:15
p.m.
The Forbidden Kingdom (PG-13) 1:40, 4:25, 7:10,
9:50 p.m.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall (R) 1:55, 5:05, 7:45,
10:15 p.m.
Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay
(R) 2, 4:35, 7:40,10:10 p.m.
Iron Man (PG-13) 1,1:30, 2, 2:45, 3:30, 4, 4:30, 5,
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Leatherheads (PG-13) 4:15 p.m.
Made of Honor (PG-13) 1:25, 2:30, 4:20, 5:15, 7:15,
8:15, 9:45 p.m.
Nim's Island (PG) 2:10, 4:55, 7:30, 10 p.m.
Prom Night (PG-13) 1:35, 4:50, 7:20, 9:40 p.m.
Street Kings (R) 4:25, 7:35, 10:10 p.m.
Superhero Movie (PG-13) 7, 9:35 p.m.


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Drillbit Taylor (PG-13) 10:30 p.m.
Iron Man (PG-13) 8:30 p.m.


Museum of Science & Industry
Explorers travel the Colorado River in "Grand Canyon Adventure:
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JOY-LAN DRIVE-IN (352) 567-5085
Iron Man (PG-13) 8:30,10:50 p.m.

ZEPHYRHILLS

ZEPHYRHILLS CINEMA 10 (813)
782-2222
88 Minutes (R) 2, 4:30, 7, 9:30 p.m.
Baby Mama (PG-13) 2:15, 4:45, 7:15, 9:45 p.m.
Deception (R) 2, 4:30, 7, 9:30 p.m.
The Forbidden Kingdom (PG-13) 2, 4:30, 7, 9:30
p.m.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall (R) 2:15, 4:45, 7:15, 9:45
p.m.
Iron Man (PG-13) 1, 2, 3:30, 4:30, 6:30, 7, 9, 9:30
p.m.


Made of Honor (PG-13) 2:15, 4:45, 7:15, 9:45 p.m.
Nim's Island (PG) 2:15, 4:45, 7:15, 9:45 p.m.
Prom Night (PG-13) 2:15, 4:45, 7:15, 9:45 p.m.

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LAKELAND SQUARE 10 (863) 853-3622
21 (PG-13) 10:45 a.m., 1:45, 7:15 p.m.
Deception (R) 4:40, 9:55 p.m.
The Forbidden Kingdom (PG-13) 10:05 a.m., 1:05,
4:05, 7:05, 9:45 p.m.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall (R) 10:40 a.m., 1:40,
- 4:40, 7:25, 10 p.m.
Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay
(R) 10:20 a.m., 1:20, 4:20, 7:20, 9:50 p.m.
Iron Man (PG-13) 10,10:30 a.m., 1, 1:30, 4, 4:30, 7,
7:30, 9:45,10:15 p.m.
Made of Honor (PG-13) 10:25 a.m., 1:25, 4:25, 7:25,


9:45 p.m.
Nim's Island (PG) 10:10 a.m., 1:10, 4:10, 7:10, 9:35
p.m.
Prom Night (PG-13) 10:35 a.m., 1:35, 4:35, 7:35,
9:50 p.m.
Under the Same Moon (PG-13) 10:15 a.m., 1:15,
4:15, 7:15, 9:50 p.m.

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The Bucket List (PG-13) 7:10 p.m.
Fool's Gold (PG-13) 7 p.m.
Vantage Point (PG-13) 7:05 p.m.

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21 (PG-13) 10:15 p.m.
Iron Man (PG-13) 8:30,10:50 p.m.
Prom Night (PG-13) 8:35 p.m.

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Deception (R) 11:35 a.m., 2:10, 7:35 p.m.
Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! (G) 12:15, 2:35,
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Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay
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Leatherheads (PG-13) 12:05, 5:25,10:40 p.m.
Made of Honor (PG-13) 11:30 a.m., 12:30, 2, 3:10,
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Prom Night (PG-13) 1, 3:30, 5:50, 8:05,10:25 p.m.
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Families Clean Up Campus

Tidying up Dover Elementary is an effort with roots in Mexico.


By YVETTE C. HAMMETT
The Tampa Tribune
DOVER - Dozens of parents
gave up their leisurely Satur-
day to scrub and polish the
school that is so much a part of
their children's lives.
It's a longtime tradition
brought from their native Mex-
ico. For the staff at Dover
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"I spent three hours scrub-
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cafeteria and cleaning the out-
side walls of every building.
This year, they took on a
new project, the Kathleen Carr
Reading Garden, named for a
retired principal.
The school cleaning day,
called the Great Dover Clean-
up, follows a tradition started
in Mexico in which parents
pitch in to clean schools as a
gesture of appreciation. Many
students' families are from
Mexico, and Dover Elementary
has a reputation for working
hard to see that the children
succeed.
"The population of students
I work with are 99 percent
from Mexico," said Ninfa
Guerra-Rodriguez, who teach-


es English Speakers of Other
Languages, or ESOL.
"All those years ago, the
parents said, 'We're going to
come and clean,' and I asked
why," Guerra-Rodriguez said.
"They said it was in apprecia-
tion for' what the school does
for their families."
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children don't show up for
school, someone there finds
out why and, if necessary, of-
fers to pick them up. The
school also holds special activ-
ities to make migrant families
feel welcome and offers after-
school programs to show stu-
dents how to live healthier
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The parents also appreciate
it, Guerra-Rodriguez said.
Each year, the event has
grown, she said.
"And this year, it went way
beyond cleaning. We built the
entire reading garden," she
said.
Students showed up with
plants and bags of mulch, and
much of the day's energy was
spent creating the reading gar-
den.
"We laid out 525 bags of


mulch," Guerra-Rodriguez
said.
Volunteers from St. An-
drew's United Methodist
Church of Brandon worked
alongside parents and grand-
parents, students and teach-
ers.
"Everyone stayed all the way
to the end," Guerra-Rodriguez
said.
"They do this out of respect
and pride," Caracciola said.
"And that's great."

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CRIME TRACKER
This is a partial list of crimes and
service calls reported April 27-May 3 to
the Hillsborough County Sheriff's
Office. Questions about a specific
event should be directed to the sher-
iff's office at (813) 247-8200.

33527
Bethlehem Rd, Block 3500, dis-
turbance, May 2,11:08 p.m.
Bethlehem Rd, Block 4000, theft,
Apr. 27,1:20 p.m.
Bethlehem Rd, Block 4000, theft,
Apr. 27, 4:30 p.m.
Dover Rd N/SR 60 E, discharge
firearm, Apr. 30, 5:06 p.m.
Downing StBlock 5800, theft, May
2, 8:21 a.m.
Dr King Blvd/Dover Rd N, assault/
battery, May 3,12:38 p.m.
Dr King Blvd/Gallagher Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, May 3, 7:38 a.m.
Gallagher Rd/Sydney Rd, DUI, Apr.
27, 10:25 p.m.
Gallagher Rd/Sydney Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Apr. 27,9:54 p.m.
Grant St, Block 14500, DUI, Apr. 28,
1:57 a.m.
Jess Walden Rd, Block 12600, domes-
tic violence, Apr. 28, 6:03 p.m.
Knights-Griffin Rd W, Block 8900,
person down, May 3, 9:45 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Apr.
28, 12:44 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 3300, robbery,
Apr. 28, 10:49 a.m.
Moores Lake Rd/US 92 E, distur-
bance, Apr. 30, 4:01 p.m.
Nelson Ave, Block 3200, domestic
violence, Apr. 27, 6:18 p.m.
SR 60 E/Dover Rd N, person down,
May 3, 5:31 a.m.
Smokey Mountain Rd N, Block 100,
mail theft, May 2,1:04 p.m.
Sydney Rd/Gallagher Rd, loose
animal, Apr. 28, 5:55 p.m.
Trapnell Rd W, Block 5200, business
burglary, May 1, 9:52 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 5900, prowler, Apr.
28,12:35 a.m.
Wheeler St, Block 3200, vehicle
burglary, Apr. 29, 8:41 a.m.

33540
Dormany Lp, Block 7100, noise


complaint, Apr. 27, 3:13 a.m.
Gator Ranch St, Block 6600, dis-
charge firearm, May 2, 6:48 p.m.
Holloman Brook Ct, Block 6400,
discharge firearm, Apr. 27, 9:26 a.m.

33563
Beauchamp Rd, Block 4600, domes-
tic violence, Apr. 30, 11 p.m.
Fletcher Ln, Block 1200, disturbance,
Apr. 27, 2:47 p.m.
Fletcher Ln, Block 1200, loud party,
Apr. 27,12:41 a.m.
Fletcher Ln, Block 1200, theft, Apr.
30,12 p.m.
Promenade Blvd, Block 4200, theft,
Apr. 29, 3:42 p.m.
US 92 W, Block 4400, residential
burglary, Apr. 28, 9:09 p.m.
US 92 W, Block 4500, drug law
violation, May 1, 12:37 a.m.

33565
1-4 Eastbound/Bethlehem Rd, DUI,
May 1,11:54 p.m.
Bethlehem Rd/I-4 Eastbound, graffi-
ti, Apr. 30,10:36 a.m.
Bruton Rd/Paul Buchman Hwy,
traffic crash/injuries, Apr. 29, 7:48 a.m.
Chestnut Dr, Block 70, loud party,
May 3,11:21 p.m.
Cork Rd, Block 4000, traffic crash/
injuries, Apr. 27,12:40 a.m.
Fairway Ct, Block 600, prowler, Apr.
28,12:53 a.m.
Joe Mcintosh Rd, Block 1900, drug
law violation, Apr. 30, 1:50 p.m.
Knights-Griffin Rd W, Block 8900,
person down, May 3, 9:45 p.m.
Knights Landing Dr, Block 4800,
assault/battery, Apr. 29,11:18 p.m.
McGee Rd, Block 1200, stolen vehi-
cle, Apr. 29, 3:29 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy, Block 3800,
assault/battery, Apr. 27, 7:17 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy, Block 3800,
fight, Apr. 27, 7:02 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy-Knights-Griffin,
traffic crash/injuries, Apr. 29, 7:43 a.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/Pasco County,
vehicle burglary, Apr. 27, 11:20 a.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/Pasco County,
vehicle burglary, Apr. 28, 8:37 a.m.
Peeples Rd, Block 4600, residential
burglary, May 2, 1:18 p.m.
Reece Rd/Turkey Creek Rd, illegal
dumping, Apr. 29, 1:12 p.m.


Strauss Rd, Block 4300, theft, May 2,
9:10 a.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 3000, theft
in progress, Apr. 29, 10:11 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 5400, dis-
turbance, May 1, 8:44 a.m.
Trapnell Rd E/James L Redman,
assault/battery, Apr. 30, 8:47 p.m.
Williams Rd, Block 1000, domestic
violence, May 2, 9:19 p.m.

33566
Barrel Palm Way, Block 4000, as-
sault/battery, Apr. 27,12:17 a.m.
Bonita Dr, Block 3000, animal call,
May 1, 9:08 p.m.
Calhoun Rd, Block 5200, disturbance,
Apr. 27, 8:49 p.m.
Calhoun Rd, Block 5200, disturbance,
Apr. 27, 9:30 p.m.
Charlie Griffin Rd, Block 1000,
vehicle burglary, May 2, 8:46 p.m.
Coronet Rd, Block 4900, stolen
vehicle, Apr. 28, 2:01 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 4900, stolen
vehicle, Apr. 27, 11:59 a.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 5000, DUI, Apr.
30,10:57 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 5000, distur-
bance, Apr. 30, 10:07 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 5100, DUI, May 1,
7:20 p.m.
Evelyn Lakes Dr, Block 3300, vehicle
burglary, May 3, 11:56 a.m.
Frank Moore Rd, Block 2900, resi-
dential burglary, Apr. 30, 3:11 p.m.
Gerald Hall Rd, Block 3000, noise
complaint, May 3, 2:37 p.m.
Gerald Hall Rd, Block 3000, noise
complaint, May 3, 8:29 p.m.
Gerald Hall Rd/Sparkman Rd, noise
complaint, May 3, 10:24 p.m.
Greenway Dr/US 92 E, discharge
firearm, Apr. 27, 9:05 p.m.
Jerry Smith Rd/Trapnell Rd, animal
call, Apr. 27, 2:17 a.m.
Jerry Smith Rd/Trapnell Rd, loose
animal, May 3, 3:44 a.m.
Laurel Ln, Block 3200, noise com-
plaint, Apr. 30, 7:48 p.m.
Lazy Pond Ln, Block 3100, noise
complaint, May 3, 10:35 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual battery,
Apr. 27, 7:42 p.m.
Medulla Rd/Wiggins Rd S, loose
animal, May 1, 7:25 p.m.
Mud Lake Rd/Charlie Griffin, dis-
turbance, Apr. 29, 6:42 p.m.


Mud Lake Rd/Trapnell Rd W, drug
law violation, May 3, 9:08 p.m.
Murray Farms Lp, Block 3100, noise
complaint, May 3, 2:26 a.m.
Nesmith Rd, Block 3200, criminal
mischief, Apr. 28, 9 p.m.
R M D Ave/Forbes Rd S, noise
complaint, Apr,7, 1:15 a.m.
Raider Pl,J 3ock 1, weapon on cam-
pus, Apr. 30,8:04 a.m.
SR 60 E/Turkey Creek Rd, loose
animal, May 2, 7:10 a.m.
SR 60 W, Block 3300, theft, Apr. 28,
7:42 a.m.
SR 60 W/Calhoun Rd, loose animal,
May 1, 6:55 p.m.
Smith Ryals Rd, Block 4000, resi-
dential burglary, May 3, 1:48 p.m.
Smith Ryals Rd/SR 60 E, fire, May 1,
8:22 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 1100, theft, Apr.
28,11:19 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 1800, dis-
. turbance, May 2, 8:26 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 400, noise
complaint, May 3, 9:21 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 500, vehicle
burglary, May 3, 5:23 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 500, vehicle
burglary, May 3, 6:36 a.m.
Trapnell Rd W/Mud Lake Rd, theft,
Apr. 29, 1:10 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 4200, stabbing, May 2,
3:32 a.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 2100, noise
complaint, May 3, 9:01 a.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 3000, dis-
turbance, Apr. 28, 7:37 p.m.

33567
1-4 Eastbound/Branch Forbes, DUI,
Apr. 27, 4:12 a.m.
Belveal Rd, Block 5500, neighbor
trouble, May 1, 5:48 p.m.
Boca Grande Cr, Block 5400, domes-
tic violence, May 1, 8:30 p.m.
CR 39 S, Block 6100, residential
burglary, May 1, 10:23 a.m.
CR 39 S, Block 8500, DUI, Apr. 27,
5:40 p.m.
Calhoun Rd, Block 5700, vehicle
burglary, Apr. 29,11:25 a.m.
Carey Rd, Block 8300, neighbor
trouble, Apr. 28, 6:45 p.m.
Carey Rd, Block 8700, theft, Apr. 29,
11:27 a.m.
Carey Rd/Nichols Rd, traffic crash/
injuries, Apr. 28,7:17 p.m.


Colson Rd, Block 1100, theft in
progress, May 2, 3:13 p.m.
Durant Rd, Block 5900, disturbance,
May-3, 6:48 p.m.
Durant Rd, Block 6700, noise com-
plaint, Apr. 27, 9:32 p.m.
Glen Harwell Rd, Block 5100, dis-
turbance, May 2,9:55 p.m.
Glen Harwell Rd, Block 5300, theft,
May 3, 8:59 a.m.
Hollowqy Rd/Pippin Rd, DUI, Apr. 27,
8:36 p.m.
James L Redman Pwy, Block 5200,
vehicle burglary, Apr. 30,10:31 a.m.
Keysville Rd W/Turkey Creek,
livestock investigation, May 1, 3:40 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Apr.
30,12:15 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
May 1, 3:23 p.m.
Nesmith Rd, Block 4900, discharge
firearm, May 3,12:42 p.m.
Newbourne Wy/Dover Rd S, traffic
crash/injuries, Apr. 28, 5:57 a.m.
Norman Ingram Ave, Block 1800,
assault/battery, Apr. 27,'11:50 p.m.
Old Hopewell Rd/Henry George,
illegal dumping, May 2,12:45 a.m.
Pritcher Rd/Nichols Rd, fire, Apr. 30,
7:39 p.m.
Rain Frog Ln, Block 5400, distur-
bance, Apr. 30,12:28 p.m.
Ranchero Ln, Block 1500, assault/
battery, May 1, 12:26 a.m.
SR 60 E/CR 39 S, prostitution, Apr.
28, 2:06 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 200, business bur-
glary, Apr. 28, 1:16 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 2700, disturbance,
May 1, 6:46 a.m.
Southern Grace Way, Block 6000,
assault/battery, Apr. 29, 7:23 p.m.
Swilley Rd, Block 400, illegal dump-
ing, Apr. 30, 11:14 a.m.
- Tanner Rd/US 92 W, drug law
violation, May 1, 9:34 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 5000, graffi-
ti, Apr. 30, 2:17 a.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 3200, theft, Apr.
27, 10:06 a.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 3200, theft, Apr.
27, 1:02 p.m.
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Class of 1946

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL
Class members meet the first
Tuesday monthly at the Red
Rose Inn and Suites, 2011 N.
Wheeler St., Plant City. Other
classes of the 1940s are wel-
come. Call Edythe Darsey Baker,
(813) 752-8835; Martha Spark-
man Williams, (813) 662-9953;
or Charlotte May Walden, (813)
752-2759.

Class of 1947

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL
The Class of 1947 meets at
noon the second Thursday
monthly at ABC Pizza, 114 N.
Alexander St., Plant City. Call
Betty Boring Shearin at (813)
752-2495.

Class of 1948

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1948 meets for
brunch at 10:45 a.m. the second
Tuesday monthly at BuddyFred-
dys restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch
Drive, Plant City. Call (813)


752-4229.


Class of 1949

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL
The Class of 1949 meets at
11:30 a.m. the first Wednesday
monthly at Sonny's Real Pit
Bar-B-Q, 1102 Goldfinch Blvd.,
Plant City. Call (813) 752-3048.

Class of 1953

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL:
Members of the Class of 1953
meet for lunch at 11:30 a.m. the
second Tuesday monthly at
Buddy Freddys restaurant, 1101
Goldfinch Drive, Plant City. For
information, call Kathy (Kimbel)
Hicks at (813) 752-6317 or Betty
Jean (Beauchamp) Felty, (813)
633-0029.

Class of 1954

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1954 meets for
breakfast the first Saturday
monthly at the Apple Tree Res-
taurant, 2218 Jim Redman Park-
way, Plant City. Call (813) 659-


2024 or (813) 754-1150.

Class of 1955

BRANDON HIGH SCHOOL The
men of the Class of 1955 meet
for breakfast at 8 a.m. the first
Wednesday monthly at Village
Inn restaurant, 825 W. Brandon
Blvd., Brandon. Other class-
mates and teachers are wel-
come. Call Marvin Lopez, (813)
689-8901.

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL
The Class of 1955 meets for
breakfast at 8:30 a.m. the third
Tuesday monthly at Fred's Mar-
ket Restaurant, 1401 W. Dr.
Martin L. King Jr. Blvd., Plant
City.

TURKEY CREEK HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1955 meets at 8:30
a.m. the fourth Thursday month-
ly for breakfast at Fred's Market
Restaurant, 1401 W. Dr. Martin
L. King Jr. Blvd., Plant City.
Classmates, teachers and staff
members are encouraged to
attend. Call (813) 986-1193.

Class of 1956


PINECREST HIGH SCHOOL The
Class of 1956 meets for break-
fast at 10 a.m. the fourth
Wednesday monthly at Fred's
Market Restaurant, 1401 Dr.
Martin L. King Jr. Blvd., Plant
City. Classmates, teachers and
staff members are encouraged
to attend. Call Carol Conrad at
(813) 737-1587.

Class of 1957

TURKEY CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
The Class of 1957 meets the
first Tuesday of even-numbered
months. Call June Lawson Hast-
ing at (813) 752-3085 or e-mail
Pat Varnum at
lkldgrannyof6@aol.com.

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL
The Class of 1957 meets for
breakfast the second Tuesday
monthly at BuddyFreddys res-
taurant, 1101 Goldfinch Drive,
Plant City. E-mail Linda Dell at
lindadell@hotmail.com.

Class of 1958

HILLSBOROUGH HIGH


SCHOOL The Class of 1958 has
changed the date of its 50th
reunion to June 12-14 at the
Westin Tampa Harbour Island
hotel. Classmates meet for
breakfast the second Saturday
monthly at Perkins restaurant,
408 E. Bearss Ave., Tampa.
Contact Sandra Ratliff Williams
at hhsl958@aol.com or Jim
Boggs at (813) 985-3601, or
visit www.hhsl958.org.

TURKEY CREEK HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1958 will hold its
50th reunion May 16. For in-
formation, call Kenneth Martin
at (813) 689-4254.

ZEPHYRHILLS HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1958 is planning
50th class reunion events for
June 27-29. If you would like to
help, call Barbara Peeples Miller
at (813) 782-1958.

Class of 1959

TURKEY CREEK HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1959 meets for

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CLASS REUNIONS


Continued From Page 32

dinner at 6:30 p.m. the second
Thursday monthly at BuddyFred-
dys restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch
Drive, Plant City. Call Ronald
Sewell at (813) 689-4414.

Class of 1960

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL
The Class of 1960 meets for
breakfast at 9 a.m. the second
Friday monthly at BuddyFreddys
restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch Drive,
Plant City. For reservations,
contact Warren Wilson at (813)
685-9401 or Lynda Fuller at
(813) 986-4844 or
fullynda99@aol.com.

Class of 1961

TURKEY CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
The Class of 1961 holds dinner
meetings at 6:30 p.m. the first
Thursday monthly at BuddyFred-
dys restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch-
Drive, Plant City. The meetings
are informal, and all classmates
are invited. Teachers and staff
members also are welcome. Call
Elaine Rodgers at (813) 752-
0118.
Class of 1963

MIDDLETON HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1963 is planning its
45th class reunion and is
looking for classmates. Call
Alice Moore at (813) 412-8512
or Beatrice Smotherman at
(813) 788-5975.
Class of 1966

MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL The
Class of 1966 meets for break-
fast at 8:30 a.m. the first Satur-
day monthly at BuddyFreddys
restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch Drive,
Plant City. Call Blanche Hall at
(813) 707-9007.
Class of 1968

PLANT HIGH SCHOOL The
Class of 1968 is planning its


40th reunion for Aug. 22 at the
Merrymakers Club, 124 Danube
Ave., Davis Islands, Tampa, and
for Aug. 23 at the Tampa Yacht
and Country Club, 5320 Interbay
Blvd., Tampa. For reservations
and information, call A.J. Gri-
maldi at (813) 259-9884 or
e-mail at aj@grimaldins.com.

HILLSBOROUGH HIGH
SCHOOL The Class of 1968 is
planning its 40th reunion from
6-10 p.m. July 11 at Latam's/
Centro Asturiano Club, 1913
Nebraska Ave., Tampa. There
also will be a dinner and a
dance from 6-11:30 p.m. July 12
at the Sons of Italy, 3315 Lemon
St., Tampa. Members of the
classes of 1966 through 1970
are invited. For information, call
Pete Scaglione at (813) 963-
6006 or go to
www.hillsboroughhigh68.com.

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1968 will hold its
40th reunion June 21 at Oak K
Farms, 1349 Cherry Lane, Lake-
land. Call Glenda Sloan at (813)
478-2159, Deb Giberti Hayden at
(813) 503-3170, or Carol Richter
Brock at (813) 918-7333, or go
to http://pchs68.tripod.com.
Class of 1973

ZEPHYRHILLS HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1973 will have its
35th reunion June 7 at the Shore
Mariner Condo, 18304 Gulf
Blvd.,. Redington Shores. Contact
Clereen Brunty at (813) 782-
8763 or
clereen@tampabayrr.com, or
visit www.zhsalumninews
.websiteanimal.com/.
Class of 1978

TAMPA CATHOLIC HIGH
SCHOOL The Class of 1978 is
planning its 30-year reunion for
Aug. 23 at Embassy Suites, 513
S. Florida Ave., Tampa. Go to
www.tampacatholic.org or
www.supergreat78.com for
details and updates.

ROBINSON HIGH SCHOOL The
Class of 1978 is planning its
30-year reunion for July 25-26.

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CLASS REUNIONS


Continued From Page 33

Classmates should contact Gail
Nowland at (813) 554-8357 or
e-mail tclark@elitetampa.com.
ZEPHYRHILLS HIGH SCHOOL
The Class of 1978 will hold its
30-year reunion at 7 p.m. June
28 at the Crowne Plaza Tampa
East, 10221 Princess Palm Ave.,
Tampa. There is no cost to
attend, and no reservations are
required. Guests are welcome,
and there is no dress code.

Class of 1983

ROBINSON HIGH SCHOOL The
Class of 1983 is planning its
25th reunion for Aug. 8-10 at
the Sheraton Sand Key Resort,
1160 Gulf Blvd., Clearwater. Call.
Tammy Boyd at (813) 205-0502
or e-mail rhsl983@yahoo.com.
TAMPA CATHOLIC HIGH
SCHOOL: The Class of 1983 is
planning its 25-year reunion for
July 25-28. The location has not
been set. Visit www.tchs83.com
for details and updates or call
Lisa Tamargo at (813) 310-
4007.
Many Classes Invited

CHAMBERLAIN HIGH SCHOOL
The charter Classes of 1958-60
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Readers at TBO.com share
their opinions on a recent story
in The Tampa Tribune about.a
man who deputies say tried to
leave a 6-month-old baby at
Showgirls Men's Club in Plant
City, where babies are not al-
lowed. Minouche Eliasin, who
was working the door at Show-
girls, said he seemed intoxicat-
ed and wanted to leave the
baby at the club at 4210 U.S. 92
East.
Eliasin, 23, had her manager
call authorities.
Robert Hancock, 44, of
Seffner was charged with ne-
glect of a child, a felony, and
contributing to the delinquency
of a minor and possession drug
paraphernalia,- both misdemean-
ors, Hillsborough County sher-
iff's deputies reported.

The guy has some serious is-
sues.
Posted by VatoLoco


Lovely ... Another young child
with a "bright" future here in
Tampa.
Posted by Dawgln_Tampa

Kudos to everyone there for
keeping the baby safe! It's hard
to imagine what may have hap-
pened if that [man] was sent on


his way.


Posted by MI


I am still wondering where the
mom is.
And if he "took" the baby,
where is the kidnapping charge?
Crazy story, but I was just read-
ing an article on this site where
a Bradenton man found a baby
over the weekend in a ditch, at
least this baby made it to a strip
club. What is this world coming
too!!!!
Posted by Ncardina

While I certainly don't agree
with her morals, I'm glad [the
woman at the door] stepped in
and did what she did. If she
hadn't stepped in with her quick
thinking who knows what would
have happened to the baby. She
may very well have saved the
baby's life.
Posted by ToTheBeachWeGo

Sometimes you have to give
credit where credit is due and
[second platitude] sometimes
you have to ignore the trees and
see the forest: The guy did not
abandon the child with no one
to watch it; the girl was smart
enough to follow up on her
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By DAREK SHARP
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PLANT CITY - On the biggest
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Whatever it takes.
Durant will play this week
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Baseball

AGES 5-14: The University of Tampa
will conduct camps for boys between
June 9 and Aug. 8 and a high school
camp June 26-29. Call Sam Militello at
(813) 253-6240, Ext. 3673 or visit
tampabaseballcamps.com.
AGES 6-15: The University of South
Florida will conduct camps July 12 and
26 in Plant City. Call Larry Langston at
(813) 659-4200, Ext. 4302 or visit
plantcitygov.com.
AGES 7-18: University of South Florida
coach Lelo Prado will direct camps
between June 9 and 26. Call Lazer
Collazo at (813) 751-7062.
AGES 9-U: The Lutz Warriors are
conducting tryouts for skilled players.
Call (813) 843-8525.
AMERICAN LEGION: Tampa Bay Tech
High will conduct tryouts for incoming
students Saturday at 10 a.m. Call
Coach Jason Gordon at (813) 744-
8360, Ext. 438.
AMERICAN LEGION: Tampa Catholic
High will conduct tryouts for incoming
students May 18. E-mail ra05ul@veri-
zon.net.
COLLEGIATE: A league for current and
future college players is conducting
registrations. Call Dick Neitz at (813)
961-2388.
COLLEGIATE. The Florida West Coast
Collegiate Baseball League is seeking
current and future college players. Call
Don Reigle at (727) 347-1108 or visit
ballcharts.com/collegiatebaseball.

Basketball

AGES 6-14: Plant High coach Mike
Phillips will conduct boys camps in two
age groups between June 9 and July
25. Contact him at (813) 272-3033,
Ext. 266 or michael.phil-
lips@sdhc.kl2.fl.us.
AGES 6-18: University of South Florida
coach Stan Heath will conduct boys
camps between June 9 and July 17.
Contact Tomrny Tonelli at (813) 974-
7212 or ttonelli@admin.usf.edu.
AGES 7-14: Alonso High will host
camps for boys and girls between June
23 and July 11. Contact Todd Price at
(813) 356-1525, Ext. 635 or
todd.price@sdhc.kl2.fl.us.
AGES 7-15: Plant City High coach Dale
Chambers will direct camps between
June 9 and July 24. Call Larry Langston
at (813) 659-4200, Ext. 4302 or visit
plantcitygov.com.
AGES 8-13: Bloomingdale High coach
Josh Chapin will.conduct a camp for
boys and girls between June 9 and 19.
Contact him at (813) 744-8018, Ext.
434 or joshua.chapin@sdhc.kl2.fl.us.
AGES 9-16: Brandon High coach Mark
Hermann will direct camps for boys
between June-16 and July 18. Call (813)
744-8120, Ext. 287 or visit brandon-
hoops.c6m.
AGES 12-U/15-U: The Clearwater
Heatwave boys teams need players.
Visit clearwaterheatwave.com or call
James Devins at (727) 492-2211.
AGES 13-14: Players are needed for a
boys league. Visit eteams.com/tbbo or
call (813) 506-1493.
AGES 15-16: Team Tampa needs play-
ers for a boys travel team. Call (813)
506-1493.
GRADES K-1: University of South
Florida women's coach Jose Fernandez
will direct camps for teams between
June 20 and 29 and individuals July
8-11. Call (813) 974-7472 or visit
gousfbulls.com.
GRADES 2-8: Former Wharton High
coach Tommy Tonelli will direct camps
between June 16 and July 11. Contact
him at (813) 974-7212 or ttonelli@ad-
min.usf.edu.
GRADES 3-8: Jesuit High coach Neal


Goldman will direct boys camps be-
tween June 16 and 27. Call (813)
877-5344, Ext. 228.
GRADES 4-9: Newsome High coach Jon
Mackey will direct camps between �
June 9 and 19. Contact him at (813)
740-4600, Ext. 525 or jon.mack-
ey@sdhc.k12.fl.us.

Football/Cheerleading

AGES 4-14: The Bay Area Raiders will
conduct registrations May 10, 18, June
8,29 and July 13. Mini-camps begin
May 18. Visit tamparaiders.com or call
Melinda Moore at (813) 837-8996.
AGES 4-14: The Progress Village Pan-
thers will conduct registrations May 10
and 24. Call Dwayne Sanders at (813)
418-9494 or Tyrone Timmons at (813)
841-4340.
AGES 4-14: The Seahawks of Tampa
Bay will conduct registrations May 15
and 31. Contact Tenna McGlone at
(813) 817-6458 or tampa-
tea3@aol.com.
AGES 4-14: The Tampa Bay Junior
Buccaneers conduct registrations
every Thursday. Call Mick Boddie at
(813) 960-4090 or visit jrbucs.org.
AGES 4-18: The Florida Wildcat All-Star
Cheerleaders will conduct tryouts for
boys and girls in May. Call Linda Marti-
nez at (813) 558-6675 or visit flori-
dawildcatallstars.com.
AGES 4-18: Stars Athletics will conduct
tryouts for boys and girls on all levels in
May. Call Rick Schulz at (813) 299-
9803 or visit starsathletics.com.
AGES 5-15: The Brandon Broncos will
conduct registrations May 17. Call
(813) 495-9697, (813) 789-2202 or
visit brandonbroncos.com.
AGES 5-15: The Brandon Steelers will
conduct registrations and physical
May 17. Cheerleading and football
coaches are needed. Visit brandonstee-
lers.com.
AGES 5-15: The New Tampa Sharks will
conduct registrations for cheerleaders
May 31. E-mail newtampa-
cheer@aol.com or visit newtam-
pasharks.com.
AGES 5-15: The South Tampa Titans are
conducting registrations for football.
Call (813) 924-2841 or visit southtam-
patitans.com.
AGES 5-16: The Dover Patriots are
conducting registrations. Visit do-
verpatriots.com or call Greg Summitt
at (863) 412-2671.
AGES 5-17: The East Bay Flag Football
League in Gibsonton is conducting
online registrations. The new league
also needs officials and volunteer
coaches. Call Stuart Switzer at (813)
516-3217 or Murphy Rice at (813)
842-8730 or visit nflyouthfootball.com
or ebffl.com.
AGES 6-14: The Florida Winter Youth
Football League needs cheerleaders.
Contact Rhonda Martin -at (813) 598-
0867 or rhodoug2000@hotmail.com
or visit fwyfl.com.
AGES 8-14: Bloomingdale High football
coach Jason Stokes will direct camps
between June 9 and 20. Contact him at
(813) 765-2882 or coach-
stokes51@gmail.com.
AGES 8-14: Wharton High football
coach David Mitchell will direct camps
between June 9 and July 11. Call him at
(813) 631-4710, Ext. 240.
GRADES 3-9: Jesuit High football coach
Joe Ross will direct camps between
June 9 and 19. Contact him at (813)
877-5344, Ext. 250 or jross@jesu-
ittampa.org.
GRADES 8-12: The University of South
Florida will host a charity football camp
June 8. Visit laurensfirstandgoal.org.

Miscellaneous

CROSS COUNTRY: Mike Boza will
direct camps between July 7 and 25 for
boys and girls in grades 6-12. Contact


him at (813) 244-8908 or mbo-
za@tampabay.rr.com.
DRAGON BOATING: The Tampa Bay
Dragon Boat Club is seeking new
members 14 and older. Call (813)
471-1548.
FUTSAL- Indoor 5v5 programs for ages
9-14 are available Saturdays for girls
and Sundays for boys. Contact Mike
Connell at (813) 948-5500 or
mike@unlimitedmotionsoccer.com..
GOLF: PGA member Tom Egan will
conduct junior camps through mid-
August for ages 5-17. Call (813) 651-
4653 in Brandon or (813) 672-7750 in
Riverview or visit ace-golf.com.
HOCKEY: The Newsome Ice Wolves
will conduct tryouts May 13 for grades
9-12. Call Linda Riegler at (813) 689-
0925.
SAILING: The Davis Island Youth
Sailing Foundation will conduct camps
for boys and girls between June 9 and
Aug. 15. Call (813) 728-1814 or e-mail
learntosail2008@yahoo.com.
VOLLEYBALL: Bayshore Christian
School coach Melanie Valdes Hume-
nansky will direct a camp June 16-20.
Call her at (813) 610-7575.

Soccer

AGES 6-18: The University of South
Florida women's program will host
camps between June 15 and July 25.
Visit bullssoccercamps.com or contact
Chris Brown at (813) 504-8993 or
chrisbrown@admin.usf.edu.
AGES U-B/U-19: The Brandon Area
Youth Soccer League will conduct
tryouts May 27 through June 1. Visit
brandonsoccer.com or contact Steve
Peet at (813) 684-5948, Ext. 4 or
coaching@brandonsoccer.com.
AGES U-8/U-17: The Wesley Chapel
Soccer Club will conduct tryouts May
27-31. Visit wesleychapelsoccer.com.
AGES U-9/U-18: Goalkeeper training is
available. Call Ricky Davis at (813)
967-3227.
AGES U-9/U-18: The Tampa Spirit will
conduct tryouts for boys and girls May
27, 29 and 31. Call Brian Dozark at (813)
985-4681 or visit floridasoccerclub.org.

Softball

AGES 5-14: Robinson High coach Ed
Gallio will conduct camps between
June 9 and July 11. Contact him at (813)
810-7162 or egallio@verizon.net.
AGES 9-14: Plant City High coach Heidi
Kouveras will direct camps between
June 13 and Aug. 2. Call Larry Langston
at (813) 659-4200, Ext. 4302 or visit
plantcitygov.com.

Swimming

AGES 5-18: Swim Tampa Aquatics is
seeking new and experienced swim-
mers for a year-round team. Call Scott
Parlett at (813) 546-4894.
AGES 6-10: Tampa Bay Aquatics is
conducting tryouts for its competitive
team. E-mail tampabayaquatics@ya-
hoo.com to schedule an appointment.

Tennis

AGES 4-UP: A USNTA certified coach is
offering lessons. Call (813) 486-8909
or e-mail coachvalencia@msn.com.
AGES 7-14: First Baptist Church of
Temple Terrace will host a camp June
16-20. The registration deadline is May
21. Call (813) 988-1138.

Send announcements at least two
weeks in advance via e-mail
(sports@tampatrib.com), fax
(813) 259-8148 or mail to The
Tampa Tribune Sports Dept., 200
S. Parker St., Tampa FL 33606.


Sandelin Wins Once



At Senior Queens


By BOB AUSTIN
Tribune correspondent
Tampa's Lucy Sandelin, who
begins competition today in
bowling's Clash of Champions
in Kansas City, won only one
of three matches as she failed
to defend her United States
Bowling Congress Senior
Queens title last week at Tay-
lor, Mich.
Sandelin lost her opening
match to 2001 Senior Queens
champion Fran Minton of
Iowa Park, Texas, 569-525,
then topped Elizabeth Dawson
of Sunnyvale, Calif., 597-526.
Sandelin was ousted from
the double-elimination event
with a 589-571 loss to Sharon
Powers of Lakewood, Colo.
Powers, down by 51 pins going
into the final game, rolled 249
to sweep past Sandelin.
The Senior Queens was won
by Sandy Postma of Lansifig,
Ill., who became the first
three-time winner by defeat-
ing Marliss Tapp of Portage,
Mich., 604-556. Postma, who
captured her previous senior
crowns in 2004 and 2006, won
$3,000.
Sandelin will be among-16
champions of 2007 events
competing for a prize fund of
$100,000 in Kansas City. She'll
be competing against such
distaff stars as Kelly Kulick, Liz
Johnson, Wendy McPherson
and Lynda Barnes.
Barnes, the wife of 2007
PBA Bowler of the Year Chris
Barnes, recently won the
Queens tournament.
The finals will be televised
Saturday on CBS from 5-6
p.m. and on Sunday on CBS
from 4-5 p.m.

BRANDON CROSSROADS
BOWL More great scores last
week with three perfect games
and two 800 series.
John Crosby Jr. led the series
parade with an 805, while
Perry Abraham had 300-802.
Other top scores were put up
by arrod McComas (300), JD
Barile (300), Rob Cutting (299)
and Dave Watkins (298).

PIN CHASERS MIDTOWN:
Three perfect games high-
lighted action in the Pepsi
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LOCAL BOWLING


Amanda Flood.
Rolling 300s were Kevin
Hausman, Mark Wren and Jon
Kunde. Kevin McLean led in
series with 747, while Wren
and Cavin Wills rolled 746s.
In the Sardegna's Sport
Shop Industrial League, Vito
Anello was the leader with
277-741, while Anthony Busci-
glio (700), Shell Wilson (696),
Tommy Arnao (692), Robert
Dodson (259-691), John DeMott
(266-687) and Frank Clark (269-
673) also rolled strong scores.

OAKFIELD LANES: Mark Boryk's
268-764 and Margie Dmetrosh-
ko's 235-647 were the leaders
last week.
After Boryk for the men were
Andy Shultz (268-758), Curtis
Jorgensen (279-743), Rodney
Ray (269-718), Eddie Kelsey
(263-711), Troy Abe (286), Mark
Zihmer (280), Kevin Matz (270),
JD Barile (269), Ken Brush (268),
Mark Reese (268), Chris Keyes
(267) andJeff Kraus (267-695).
Following Dmetroshko for
the women were Mary McGriff
(257-625), Barbara Martin
(225-620), Melody Williams
(225-609), Michelle Scott (221-
603), Edith Penia (233-575),
Sherrie Scarlett (233-566), Joan
Ashton (226), Avalon Devore
(224-572), Carol Barrow (222-
593) and Lynn Simpson (222).

AMF UNIVERSITY: Michael
Tuzzolino and Ellen Ellis were
the stars last week for men and
women.
Tuzzolino posted 275-701 to
lead the men, followed by Billy
Kelly Jr., (257-656), Eric Roth-
man (250-620) and Ron Mullen
(212-605). Ellis went 226-570
for the women, while Kristine
Duncan had 227-543 with Ne-
zetta Page (201-536), Vicky
Barnard (194-498) and Pat
Nixon (190-485) recording top
scores.

PIN POINTS: Wouldn't it be
nice to see a resurrection of the
city match plays and the Great
and the Greatest Tournament?

Send local bowling news to bo-
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CLUB CLIPS
Club Clips lists meeting times for
clubs and organizations.

PILOT CLUB: The Pilot Club of
Plant City meets at 6:30 p.m.
the first Monday monthly at the
home of Nancy Miller. The
meetings include a home-
cooked dinner for $10. The club
is part of an international orga-
nization that raises money for
brain-related disorders. (813)
473-3977.

BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSOCIA-
TION: The local chapter of the
American Business Women's
Association meets at'11:45 a.m.
the last Monday monthly at
Carrabba's Italian Grill, 1205
Townsgate Court, Plant City, off
Thonotosassa Road south of -
Interstate 4. Call Lizzette Sarria
at (813) 764-9516.

CUTLERY CLUJB: The Gator Cut-
lery Club meets at 7 p.m. the
third Tuesday monthly at Lin-
da's Crab Shack, 200 E. Reyn-
olds St. Anyone interested in
knife collecting or wanting in-
formation is welcome to attend.
(813) 967-1471

WOMAN'S CLUB: The Woman's
Club of Plant City holds its reg-
ular meetings at 10:30 a.m. the
second Tuesday monthly at the
Woman's Club House, 1110 N.
Wheeler St. Board meetings are
9:30 a.m. the last Monday


monthly.

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB: The
Plant City Junior Woman's Club
meets at 7 p.m. the second
Thursday monthly at the Wom-
an's Club House at 1110 N. .
Wheeler St. (813) 928-0211.

BERRY PATCH GUILD: The Berry
Patch Quilt Guild meets from 10
a.m. to noon Wednesdays for a
sit-n-sew. The meetings are at
the Winter Visitors Center, 304
Dort St. (813) 752-0679

CIVITAN CLUB: The Plant City
Civitan Club meets at 6:45 a.m.
'the first and third Thursday
monthly at the Orange Blossom
Tea Room, 106 S. Evers St. (813)
986-2827

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY:
Habitat for Humanity of Plant
City meets at 6 p.m. on the
third Monday monthly at Keller
Williams Realty, 1701 S. Al-
exander St. Call (813) 717-7946
or visit www.plantcityhabitatfor
humanity.org.

LIONS CLUB: The Plant City
Lions Club meets at noon Tues-
days at the Red Rose Inn and
Suites, 2011 N. Wheeler St. (813)
752-6193

FEDERATED REPUBLICAN
WOMEN'S CLUB: The Plant City
*Federated Republican Women's
Club meets at 6 p.m. the second


Thursday monthly at the Red
Rose Inn and Suites, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Dinner buffet is $15.
(813) 754-0424
TOASTMASTERS CLUB: The
Plant City Toastmasters Club
meets at 7:30 a.m. Thursday at
the Greater Plant City Chamber
of Commerce, 106 N. Evers St.
(813) 752-4949
NOONDAY ROTARY CLUB: The
Plant City Noonday Rotary Club
meets at noon Mondays at the
Red Rose Inn and Suites, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. (813) 299-2233
ROTARY DAYBREAK CLUB: The
Rotary Daybreak Club meets at
7 a.m. Monday in the commu-
nity conference room, South
Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N.
Alexander St. (813) 363-7189
KIWANIS CLUB: The Plant City
Kiwanis Club meets at noon
Wednesday at the Red Rose
Inn and Suites, 2011 N. Wheeler
St. (813) 752-6171
STRAWBERRY STITCHERS: The
Strawberry Stitchers are looking
for willing hands to help with
sewing and stuffing teddy bears
for charity. The group meets at
7 p.m. Thursday at the Winter
Visitors Center, 403 Dort St.
(813) 990-9155
Send Club Clips to Dave Nicholson,
bureau chief, The Tampa Tribune, 101
N. Wheeler St., Plant City FL 33563; or
e-mail to dnicholson@tampatrib.com;
or fax to (813) 865-4441.


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Young reporters
take note, and
notes, on
Journalism Day.
By MICHELE SAGER
The Tampa Tribune
NORTH TAMPA - The tigers
dived for meat, orangutans
gestured for food, and a snake
got up close and personal.
Most of the participating
students agreed that High
School Journalism Day at
Busch Gardens is more excit-
ing than their typical class-
room assignments.
Although most high school
reporters write about school
tests, cafeteria lunches and
sports scores, these students
got a chance to preview the
theme park's new exhibit.
Busch Gardens officials led 35
students on-a private tour of
Jungala, the newest part of the
park.
Students witnessed Bengal
tigers diving in water for meat
during feeding time. They also
watched trainers interact with
orangutans and got to pet a
snake.
The journalists wasted no
time capturing the moments
of the day. Newspaper report-


Tribune photos by CLIFF McBRIDE
Hudson High student Andrew Fiorillo takes a photo during the
tour. Students gathered information and did interviews.


ers scribbled notes, while tele-
vision reporters filmed inter-
views with Busch Gardens offi-
cials.
Wharton High student Jessi-
ca Lettiero snapped numerous
photos of the animals and stilt
performers for her newspaper.
Plant High student Kelley
Chapman said she enjoyed the
experience.
"I've never been to anything
likethis," she said. "It's a great
opportunity for us to see the
animals up close so we can
write stories about them."


To see the stories
produced by Tam-
pa Bay Technical
High students, go to
www.northeasttbo.com.

Busch Gardens spokeswom-
an Aimee Jeansonne-Becka
said the park hosts Journalism
Day to give students real-life
experiences.
"It allows them the opportu-
nity to be in a situation where
they can conduct interviews'
and take pictures and video


Tribune photos by CLIFF McBRIDE
Students surround Joilee Hazley, an educator in the zoo depart-
ment at Busch Gardens, as she shows off a snake to the group.


like journalists do," she said.
"Teachers tell us all the time
they love the event because it
gives the students an experi-
ence they can't get in the class-
room."
The event also allows Busch
Gardens to get its messages to
a high school audience. Bob
Morrison, an animal care spe-
cialist for Jungala, explained
the various summer camp pro-
grams to the students.
"If you have an interest in
working with animals some-
day, it's a great program to


attend," he said. "Three of my
co-workers got their start as
campers."
Osceola High student Lind-
say Scott said she expects to
get an interesting story for her
high school morning show.
"Students love Busch Gar-
dens, and they love the ani-
mals, so I think they will be
really interested in this," she
said.

Reporter Michele Sager can be
reached at (813) 865-4843 or
msager@tampatrib.com.


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Furniture
BEDROOMS Wicker
Must Sell.
Warehouse Full
813-876-1566
www.qualitywicker.com
BUNK BED Captains
Beds, $169. New All
Brandon 813-685-4760
www.alontrading.com
CUSHIONS We can recov-
er or make new, your
fabric or ours. many
fabrics to choose from,
sold by theyard. Quali-
ty Wicer 813-876-1566

*DAY BED $325*
Complete with 2 twin
matts & pop-up trundle.
New, never used. Can
deliver. 813-924-1326
DINETTE NEW in Crate
5 Pc. Oak Drop Leaf
Amish Style Single
Pedestal $198
813-832-5555
DINING-ROOM Sets,
Wicker, Rattan &
Resin ust Sell!
www.qualitywicker.com
ETHAN Allen 2yrs Ben
nettfa S oHo Chairs,
Tango Tables: Coffee,
Bed. 813-767-6368
MASSAGE CHAIR high
tech, Brookstone quai
ty, full body, digital
control, zero gravity,
heated, unused. Worth
$4K, Must see, $1,175
813-649-8119

MATTRESS
brand new $130
Queen size pillowtop set
Can deliver, 813-245-0608
*MEMORY FOAM* ALL
VISCO New Thera-
peutic Mattresses (As
Seen On TV) High Den
sity 25 Year Warranty
T/F - $349; P - $399;K -
$499. Fast Free Delivery
Anywhere, Thera-
Pedic, Dormia Aire &
Electric Adjustables.
Best Price! Call Any
time - Member BBB
813-889-9020 7924 W
Hillsborough Polk863-
299-4811 Pinellas 727-
525-6500 7101 US 19 N
Hernando 352-688-3454
3021 Commercial Spr
Hill
(www.mattressdr.com)
1-800-287-5337

NO CREDIT CHECK
FINANCING
Sofa & Love Seat $495.
Queen Mattress
Sets $145.
MUCH MUCH MORE!
B & B OUTLET,
115 So. Evers St
PLANT CITY
813-759-8864
OUTDOOR wicker,
Seating Pub &
Bistro Sets. Must Sell!
813-876-1566
www.qualitywicker.com
RECUNERS, Luxury Still
in factory plastic. Great
Father's Day Gift. Only
$100 813-832-5555
SOFA and Love Seat,
Matching Brand New,
Never used. $268
813-832-5555
SOFA PotteryBarn
Pearce Sectional, Oat
Suede. Good Cond.
$1300 (813)928-5302

Health Products
LEVITRA/VIAGRA & Diet
Pills Order Online:
PricebusterRx.com 1-
888-773-6230 FDA ap
proved drug Soma,
Tramadol, Phentermine,
Didrex, Viagra, Levitra
and more!! US Licensed
Physicians / pharma
cist. Overnight Ship
ping 7 Days


SHealth Products )
MEDICARE Diabetes
Testing Supplies at lit
tie or no cost Free De
liveryto you. Satisfa
tion Guaranteed! Call
Medical Care Club
1-888-866-1885
ONLINE PHARMACY Buy
Soma Ultram Fioricet
Prozac Buspar, 90ty
$51.99 180 ty $84.99
Price Includes Prescrip
tion! We will match any
competitor'sgprice!
alliedpharmaworld.com

[ Industrial
Equipment J|
PRESSUREWASHER
hotwater 4000 PSI. Paid,
$5000 will take $2500
Used twice, bought for
backup. 813-925-1640

Jewelry & Watches
DIAMONDS 1 to 2 Ct.
Any color, any shape,
any clarity. -Let's de-
sign something for her! C
Call 813-629-6006?

JEWELRY-WANTED
Certified-Gemologist
BUYING. Gold, Platinum
Silver, jewelry watches
coins, iamonds,etc Call
Gemo ogist Sam,PhD
Courteous house calls
727-804-7463 Since 1978

s Kid's Stuff )
PLAYSET Rainbow 3
swings, slide, monkey
bars trapeze, covered
platforms. $1,000 obo
813-991-6441

F Lawn & Garden 1]
Equipment
LAWNMOWER- Torro
Groundmaster Corn
mercial rider, 60 in.
deck. Excellent condi
tion. $3000 813-404-1509
TIKI HUT- never used,
bamboo thatched roof,
pitch ceilings overhang,
0x10. possible delivery
$950firm 727-481-8057

fI Mahiery & l

CAT 6000 lbs. Diesel
Pneumatic Forklifts.
Standard and Triple
Masts Side Shifters.
1999 & 2000
$11 500 to $12,500
Call 813-620-1337
Ask for Larry

FORKLIFT
$1,800
813-478-5270
FORKLIFT - New Used
Sales. Parts and Service,
Rentals, Racking.Tampa
Forklift Since 1974. 3221
N. 40th St. 813-623-5251
FORKLIFTS - Ring Power
L/T has "As Is"to fully
record. Stop and see
why we give the best
value in reconditioned
forklifts in the State.
Huge inventory. 1401 US
Hwy. 301 No, Tampa.
Toll Free: 888-699-7811

WHISPER CHIPPER
With Ford 6 Cylinder
Motor. $2475 obo.
Call (813) 770-2788

(Medical Equipment))
SCOOTER/CHAIR: jazzy 4
whis, cost $5800, used 2
mos. 6 mos warr
$1100. Lift also availa
ble 813-390-0391

Miscellaneous For Sale)
A BRAND NEW COMPUT-
ER Bad or NO Credit -
No Problem Brand
Name laptops & Desk
tops Smallest weekly
payments avail. Its
ours NOW
1-800-640-0656


((Miscellaneous For Sale)j
A/C-A COOL/HEAT SYS-
TEM - new, Mobile Hm or
House, Top Brands -Up
to 10yr Wrnty. Whlsale
or less!Free delivery. Call
24hr/7days 813-643-9277
BATHTUB REFINISHING..
. Renew / Change Color.
Tub, Tile Sink& Chip
Repair. Commercial&
Residential. 5yr. War
ranty. Quick Response,
Insured. Serving Florida
Over lOyrs. "Florida's
Tub Doctor." 1-888-686-
9005

BEDS AAA+ VISCO
Thera-Peutic Nasa
Memory Foam Mattress
ANY SIZE-$399
NEW 25 YEAR WTY
FREE FAST Delivery
BEST PRICE DORMIA
ADJUSTABLE $799
PILLOW TOPS fr $299.
Tampa/7924 W. Hills
Pinellas/7101 US 19 No
Hemando/3021 US 19
OPEN EVERYDAY!
www.mattressdr.com
813-889-9020
727-525-6500
352-688-3454
863-299-4811
1-800-ATSLEEP

DIRECT FREE 4 Room
System! 265+ Char
nels! Starts $29.99
Free Showtime + Starz
92 HD Channels! Free
DVR/HD! No Start up
costs! Local Installers!
1-800-973-9044_
DIRECT FREE 4 Room
System! 265+ Channels!
Starts $29.99! FREE
Showtime + Starz!
95 HD Channels! FREE
DVR/HD! No Start up
costs! Local Installers!
1-800-973-9044
DIRECTV Satellite Televi
sion, Free Equipment,
Free 4 Room Installa
tion, Free HD or DVR Re
ceiver Upgrade. Pack
ages from $29.99/mo.
Call Direct Sat TV for
details 1-888-436-0103
FREE DIRECT 4 Room
System! 265+ Channels!
Starts $29.99! FREE
Showtime + Starz!
95 HD Channels! FREE
DVR/HD!No Start up
costs! Local Installers!
1-800-620-0058

FREE DIRECT 4 Room
System! 265+ Chanr
nels! Starts $29.99!
Free Showtime + Starz
92 HD Channels! Free
DVR/HD! No Start up
costs! Local Installers!
1-800-216-7149.
GIGANTIC MIRRORS
Jobsite leftovers.
48"x100"xl/4" (15),
$115/each.
72"x100"xl/4" (11),
$165/each.
72"x50"xl/4" w/1"
Bevel, $115/each.
84"x60" w/1" Bevel,
$135/each. Free deliv
ery most areas. A&J
Wholesale, 800-473-
0619
LARGE selection of top
grade hot tubs w/ war
ranty. Many models, e*
cellent pricing! Prices
as low as $1,999 deliv
ered! Limited supply.
www.hottubheadquarte
rs.com for best pricing!
866-920-7089
Ligustrums --Washing-
tonian, Palms. Many
sizes to choose. Start @)
$49.95. P/up or del. In-
stall avail. 813-478-3404
MArrRESS SET,
ANY SIZE
Twin/Full/Queen/King -
Brand New $49 ea. Pc.
813-832-5555
NORDICC REST" Scandi-
navian Sleep System
Elastic Memory Foam
AS SEEN ON TV. Qn Size
Sets $298 813-832-5555
PIANO LIQUIDATION
all brands, Baby Grands
starting @ $2500
Uprights@ $299
Call 27-327-9134


Miscellaneous For Sale)
QUALITY Picnic tables,
various styles from 4
to 12' long, from $109
www.QualityPicnicTab
les.com,
SWIM-SPA
cost $16,900 never used
sacrifice $8,995.
813-900-7794
TV Big Screens DLP
High Definition Laptops,
monitors PCs Wholesale
Prices Quicksilver Recy-
cling 1102 North Rome
AveTpa 813-886-1494
WANTED: Old Costume
Jewelry, Gold Silver,
Rhinestones, Men's Jew-
elry, Cufflinks, souvenir
spoons, old FL. Items,
flamingos. Ginnymae
727-505-2362
HOUSE FULL FURNITURE
- NEW! NEVER USED
Sofa, Love, Recliner,
Tables, Lamps, Dinette &
Bdrm w/Qn Mattress Set
**-*$750 FOR ALL***
813-832-5555

(Miscellaneous Wanted)
Steel Building Materials,
ZBar metaT purlins,
C-channel, roliup door
16x12', Galvalume. Used
is fine! Call 813-695-8854

[(Musical Instruments)
BABY GRAND
Kawai 2002 RX1
5'5" black New $19K.
Under warranty. $4500.
727-323-3168
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
permit # 118
FINAL DAYS!
Pianos Pianos, Inc.
www.pianostore.net
813-855-1227
KAWAI ebony baby
grand piano- excellent
condition $6500 (813)
949-6544

*SAXAPHONE*
WANTED
Older pro model. Will
pay cash. 727-519-5791
STORE4STRINGS
Outlet Store. Save on all
instruments & lessons.
401 S. Parsons Ave.
Brandon (813) 655-635-.
WANTED: OLD GUITARS'
Will Pay Cash for Old
Fender, Gibson, Martin
and All Other USA Made
Guitars! Honest & Reli
able. Call Toll Free:
800-574-6380 www.
VintageCityGuitars.corr

( Nurseries & Trees )
KNIGHT'S-NURSERY
Gardenia Azalea, Box
wood, Hibiscus Hydran
gea, Roses, Wisteria
and Much More. Airport
Rd Plant City #04710685
813-752-7676

LIVE OAKS,
#125 GAL 3"Cal 12'$6E
#165 gal 4"Cal 12' $150
813-748-8641 #47220672
NURSERY.LOCATION.
CLOSING H! Everything
must go Over 50k plant
trees choose from tak
ing offers 727-647-784,
tropicalOPICALS*****
* Mango *Avacado *
* Guava * Lychee *
***** Palms *****
* Adonidia Travelers *
Triangle * Spindle
Bismark Foxtail
#4722415 813-884-1927

SOffice Equipment/
Furniture/Supplies
A/C-A COOL/HEAT SYS-
TEM - new, Mobile Hm or
House, Top Brands -Up
to 10yr Wrnty. Whisale
or less!Free delivery. Call
24hr/7days 813-643-9277
You'll be satisfied
with Classifieds.


SOffice Equipment/
Furniture/Supplies
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
Furniture & Equipment,
Computers, Chairs. very
nice. Reasonable prices.
Call 813-985-8885

' Rugs & Car et
FLOORS #1 Wholesale
Carpet Hottest Styles,
really thick and luxuri-
ous! Guaranteed Low-
est Price's in Florida






GARAGES (2)
FOR SALE
HANDYMAN SPECIALS !!
239-344-2908 Tampa area
STEEL BUILDINGS: 5 only
50x108estimates in an hourst
Move Now Will Sell
1-888-566Free Delivery! 1-800-
411-5869 x57
www.yea Sporting Gerfloods ring.com







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6340 126 Ave N. Largo.
May 10th 9a-5p,
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GUNSMITH Repair New &
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Minnreg Bidg.






Used Antique firearms
& Muzzle loaders 20 yrs
Exp. S&W Armorer.
Mike 1 813-643-3229
HUNTING CLUB Member
ships Avail on 2200 ac in
Brooks County Georgia.
Exc deer & turkey. Lodge
ing avail. 904-364-8027

POOL Table (1) 4x8
Pro Series 1" Slate, K66,
100% Gum Rubber Rails
New in Box, Cost $3200,
Sell $995. Can Deliver.
813-293-7621


Sporting Goods )5
POOL TABLE, 8' 100%
Solid" Maple, High End
Table 3 piece, slate
No Ptclbrd, New in box
Retail $4,9 0 Sac. $1,200
2 813-431-4601 2
HUNT Club Marion Cty.
Fla. Deer/Hog only. 3K
acres no dogs, no camp.
1.5 hrs N of Tpa. $1575/
season 352-843-8993 or
352-351-1999 208-3156
PAYING TOP DOLLAR
FOR HAND GUNS AND
RIFLES 813-877-7296


[ Stamps / Coins /

COINS WANTED
Corbins's Stamp & Coin.
Estimates / Appraisals.
9a-4p. M-F. 813-651-3266.
209 N. Kings Ave. Brnd

Tickets
BUYING
GATORS
BUCS
813-545-2419

BUCCANEER 2008
SEASON TICKETS (2)
Club seating. Section
214, row M, seats 3 & 4.
$5700. Call 813-985-4671

[( Woodworking ))
FERNANDEZ Cabinets
Free Estimates. Com-
plete Kitchen & Bath.
Quality Workmanship!
Please Call 813-251-
0191
Painting or remodeling?
Need a tutor or piano
lessons? Turn to At
Your Service for a
multitude of businesses
and services that can
lend a helping hand.
You'll find listings
to suit the needs of
any occasion.
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AIR CONDITIONING LLC SERVICE
Heat 8 A/( All Brands Broken Spring Specialist
Serving S[ Hills SW Polk Bottom Seclions Replaced
M-F 8 5 - 30 yrs exp Garage Door Replacement
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CRUSHED ASPHALT DRIVE
Fill Dirt, Top Soil, Shell
Concrete Run, Rock, Sand
Loader Work


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FillDir -SnelloSie Wurk
Crushed Asphalt Driveways Trucking
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PETS


([ Birds
BIRD EXPO FOR VETER
ANS, West Tampa Post
248, May 11,08 Doors
open at 10 am till 5 pm
Admis Adults $3.00
Children under 10 &
Military with Id are
free (813)876-3697
(813)263-5432
info@post248.com
post2 48.com

COCKATOO Umbrella
Male w/lg c age. to lov-
ing home. Must have
exp. with Cockatoos
N/S. $600 941-769-0226


Afador-Yorkie
PUPPY SALE

IPetfand

A Selection of More
Than 50 Puppies
Beagle Bichon, Boxer
Chihuahua, Dachshund,
Lab Pomeranian, Poodle
Pug, Shih Tzu Husky,
Silky, WestieYorkie
plus many, many more
All Puppies Come With:
* 1 yr Health Warranty
* Free Vet Visit
* Free Training DVD
*Microchip Identification
Also, Large Selection
of Freshwater Fish,
Reptiles, Small Animals,
Bires & All Your
Supply Needs
Petland Tampa
7699 W. Waters Ave
813-249-8700
M-F 11-9
Sat 10-9 Sun 11-7
Visa, Mc, Amex, Discover
100% Financing Available

Tampa loves our
Classifieds!


S oos s
AUSTRALIAN Shepherd,
miniature, All Colors M
& F, All shots, wormed,
great Family pet. Reg.
352-628-0048P Rg
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
pups, toys, minis Stand-
ards, reg M/F, all cirs,
HC, $500 & up. (352)
472-3842 (352) 359-0771.
BABY birds sweet HF:
African Grey, Eclectus,
Sun Gr Cheek Tiel,Parr-
otlet Y. Nape, enegal.
Used cages. 727-726-6864
BASSET Hound puppys
(9), Health cerificate,
r-colored, Ready 5/18!
$400
863-494-9146/990-4582
BICHON FRISE Pups AKC/
CKC Dob 4/17/08 INT
Champ BIdlnes M/F sm
at stud 10bs. $00. 931-
858-7585, 931-303-4677
BOXER PUPPIES -
Adorable, 1st shots,
parents on premises,
7-M, 3- F Tails cut.
$450. 813-472-0785
CAIRN Terrier Pups - AKC
Visit Website: www.
mcca rtsterriers.com
$500- $700
352-591-2271
CAVALIERS, King Charles
ACA Reg 8 wks, Shots
Vet chk home raise Pop
$900 Male $1100 Fern
727-422-4210 St Pete
CHIHUAHUA puppies
5mos. 2 males, AKC
reg., champ. bloodline,
shots,papers, crate
trained$625 each
(352)799-2879
COLLIE, Pups AKC
Lassie Look a likes
2 litters HIth cert. Great
4 Mom's Day.$300 & up
813-659-2274
DACHSHUNDS- AKC, Vet
certified, ready to go!
Black & Tan Dapples,
Long haired or Short
haired M & F. $400+
Call 727-480-0326 or
813-377-5577
ENGLISH BULL DOG
uppies, males, white
rindle, AKC, shots &
HC Champ lines 8wks,
$1500. 813-918-1397


S D ogs
ENGLISH BULLDOGS
CH Sire. Best of Breed at
Westminster 06,07 & 08!
XL heads & shoulders &
wrinkle little tanks.
Ready now. 813-786-1853
ENGLISH BULLDOGS AKC
vet w-' champion lines,
gorgeous puppies
www.tatyanabulldogs
.corn 813-546-0174

FRENCH BULL DOG PUP'S
Exceptional Pet Quali
SReserve Your Baby T
Now .... $3,000 & Up
2 727-812-2086 2
GERMAN Shepherd pups:
4m/Sf, blk/tan(awsome
markings) AKCvet
ckd,shos,P OPamily
raised. $500 (813)205-
1690/ditto4now@hotma
il.com(4pics)
GERMAN Shepherd All
White avail. June 23
taking deposits call
(352)442-2564

GOLDEN.RETRIEVERS
AKC, Champ Blood Line
American/Englsh Ready
904-449-4895 or
904-284-2046
GREAT DANE full blood,
2 M 2 F, bottle fed, cute
w/great personalities
looking for loving home
$300-$700. 863-510-0244
JACK RUSSELL TERRIERS,
Registered Quality
Jacks, smooth coat, va-
riety of sizes, home
raised! $450- $650.
Suavestylnjacks.com
813-741-2510

LAB pups, AKC reg., pa-
rents on premises
health certs, 5 black
males $375 I
(813) 677-5667.

LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkord.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.
$250-$400 352-307-0772
LAB PUPS AKC
Stocky & Blocky, Blks &
Ylws $500- $600. Vet check
-health certs. 813-441-4014
LABS4U08@YAHOO.COM


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D3CF TREE SERVICE
LANDSCAPE ReRemoval Stump Grinding
* Sod Installation Trimming * Split Firewood
SSod Delivery Any Phase of irne Work
SSod Delivery Fre Esimaes * UIcensed & Insured
" Irrigation Systems Installed Cell: 813-763-2931
Landscape Installation 813-986-8191
" Irrigation Repairs 813-986-8191
FINANCING AVAILABLE (WAC.) . L cn-
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,426975 Inw $ Insured
813-684-9328
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scrn. irm., C arpor w $120000 eacr. One Month CLEARWATER 55+ Top of c rpt enic ed, D STADIUM Area- 5br/4ba, Plant City 813-376-2586
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Rn P$6Cn25r.o Smale tr sewer & Darbage Realty 727-725-4800 HUNTERS Green: 3br + shpng.a all 813-956-4745 30/DAY ST WK FREE
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, 1or 813-621-0659 SOUTH TAMPA Near L Duplex / liplx ular huge 3br 2ba 2cg 2Furnished arae, &
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outside store d Complete (50)Stall nearUSF, Call for $199 - rentI Look & Lease. repin now, wle t muy clo to T.
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81-7- 050 to 000es 4799, 727-560-4950 SPRING HILL-3br/2ba, hook-up, AC, near 1-4 & NORTHDALE W E S T C H A1S0E SEFFNER/BRANDON-
the monocompleta reinod., Pool, hospital. No Pets. 3BR/2BA/2CG Split 4br/2.Sba/2cg $190 Large ff uR



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wknds 813.310.5391 Angie 813-918-1110 & HYDE PARK All apple incl W/D3rd SUN CITY CENTER 55+ CH/A, WD hook-u Pe a. Rooms for Rent )
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7,400sf, Many Excellent SPNG HILL, New 3500 813-254-5338 Realty (813) 505-8616 tiable.301-991-9002. RIVERVIEW 13310 Eve $99 Weekly
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space 1000 sf& up. 60 Cell, Dale Mabr954-816-8887y & W . Busc$65- $950 Pets k . Nos. 813-380-0466 cond. $1750/mo H Ouet acious 4br2
secure convenient ST Josephrlh Rd & DHospital Area. Apartments www.histocSoHo.com81-2-8600 Call: 561-702-314a Comm. 3br/2ba/cg, 2 until. Rollin Hills t very clean & in upscale
9-5.813-239-1161 week fice space,4000 s ft + Furnished HYDE PARK 2103 W Hills weeks FREE ON 13 r Home on $300/mo ya reecable.chools 2339, 352-807-0566
ends 8133105391. or - or will subdivide.813-918-1 Ave. Excellent 2/1 apt, apt homes w/WD $99 2bd CITY CENTER 55+ near y.$1100/month
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(Townhames for Rent)
SOUTH TAMPA
Townhome 2br/ 1.5ba,
New: paint, stove, D/W,
fridge, W/D. Large
kitc en,pantry, storage
$900/mo 813-831-3233

( Waterfront Rentals
RUSKIN Waterfront
Home on 1.5 ac fenced
Space 3BR/2BA/3CG, w/
sep workshop, pool
with boat dock on inlet.
$1900. mo 813-645-6892








RECREATION


SCampers / Trravel
TrailerS
26'WILDERNESS, Fleet
1996, fully self cont
awning w AC must
Sell $ 5500 obo
813-516-8387
30' Montana 2006 5th
Wheel, 3 Slides, king
Bed LCD's, Loaded.
$31,906. F250 Lariat Crew
Cab Diesel $23,900.
Call (813) 727-1221
32',JAYCO, 2004 Bunk
House Trav Trail x-con
$11,900 Many Upgrades
w/ Pord Expedition 2003
$16,900 352-573-7439
35' 1983 17 in Clean MH
Park, $1,500 + lot rent
2903 W. Waters Ave./
Armenia lot#27 no
dogs. 813-494-8240.
39' Raptor Toy Hauler
2008. List price $68,000;
Asking $45,000.
813-992-1151

40' Heritage 06, TT, 3
slides, self count 2 bed
room, 2 airs, w/d tri
axel, awnings Loaded
$23,950 813-952-8545
45' Franklin 2006, largest
made, 4 slide outs good
cond, loaded.
$20,900
407-547-7920
I BUY Travel Trailers 5th
Wheels Motor Homes
& Park Models
CALL Dave ANYTIME
813-713-3217
POPUP CAMPERS for rent
A/C, Sink, Stove, Frig.
Call Lynn to reserve @
813.546.1827 www.pop-
uprentalcampers.com

J[Motor Homes / RVs]
35'PACE.ARROW 1997
Class A Very Clean 43k
mi Banks Power Many
Up dates $27,000 obo
813-625-0793 / 689-6242
38' Fifth Wheel 2004
Newmar Mountain Aire
RLPK mint condition,
4 slides, full fiberglass,
$57,900. 813-416-1237
38' Luxury Touring Coach
2002 Founder's Edition.
Built by Country Coach.
2 slides, 350 diesel
clean! 12,300mi. $122K
Private owner. Hwy 54
Lutz cell 810-625-0131
39' 2006 Fleetwood Dis-
covery LS- Barely used,
plenty of equity, take
over payments. Possi-
ble rent. 813-714-3190
40' Holiday Rambler Im,
perial loaded /GPS/su
per slide, diesel pusher,
34K mi, garaged kep3t
$7K obo. 727-457- 724
40' Tiffin Allegro Bus'07,
400 Cummins 4 slides
loaded with all opts! 4k
mi. Asking $217, 900 obo
Call 727-938-0615
Classifieds can give you
the key to your new car!


fRVs / Campers

LOOKING to Buy
Used Travel Trailer
or 5th Wheel.
Will Pay Cash!
Call (727) 459-3856.

o Spas & Hot Tubs )
SPA /HOT TUB
5 person with Gazebo
Never Used $1999
(Original $5K), Can
Deliver 727-585-2244
SPA/HOTTUB REPAIR
*Spa Service Specialist
*Heaters .Controls,
*Pumps-Accesories,
Spa Covers 239
813-653-9090
SPA never used, 7 per-
son9 34 jets, digital,
loaded. Wlll sacrl rce
$2995.727-520-3810.

SWIM-SPA
cost $16,900 never used
sacrifice $8,995
813-900-7794


SweetWater Kayaks
Voted "Best Kayak Shop"
in Fla. b Fla. Sports Mag
Gandy &4th , St SPete
727-570-4844
sweetwaterkayaks.com
JET SKI (2) Kawasaki
2001, 1100CC, trailer,
only 60 hours on engine,
all 10,500. Call 352-
684-2126: 570-205-1261
JET Ski Seadoo '05 Super
Charge GTX4-Tec
Limited, life jacket hand
held marine radio trr
$7850 813-751-6843



Bimini Top troll motor,
gc, 40hp Jonson power
trim w/traier x-tras
$5,500 813-987-9091
17' 2007 G3 White 17-56
CC, Deluxe Jon. 60hp
stroke Yamaha w/ less
than 6hrs. + extras.
$14,000 352-279-3330
175' 2003 Bass Tracker
PT175 with '04 50hp
Merc Outboard
Both in exc cond. Too
many options to list!
$7750 Call 352-567-5470
18' Trophy, walk around,
sleeps 2, porta potty
2006 Mercury 125,
PS, Excell cond.
$22,000 813-383-5387
19' 1997 Maxxum
bowrider, 120 OB, re
built carbs, new battery
low hrs, runs strong
$5800obo 813-299-3814
19W 2006 Sting Ray
195LR, exc cond,10 hrs
on eng, 6yr ext wrnty
on mtr, ull canvas,
trlr,mint cond. $23900
obo 727-944-5450
20' Aquasport CTR '86,
150 Johnson, needs re
built powerhead, many
extras, electronics.
$2,900 obo 813-932-6268
20 Mako Center console
2007 new boat, new
warranty, 150 Optimax,
many extras $24,000.
684-9547 813-626-4838
22' Cobia 1999 W/A, 225
Yamaha, Well equip-
ped. Nice Boat. Can
Email pictures. $16,900
(813)884-3044 $6
23' Hydra-Sport 2005, Ya
maha 225 hp 4 stroke
outboard, center con
sole, live wells, trailer,
100 hour service just
done on engine, hyd
jack plate &steer, 412
engine hours. Good
condition; 2$8.500.00

24FT Pontoon 2005 50HP
Johnson Bimini
fish/cruise, No trir. Live
bait well, Asking $8,500
813-645-1575
Classifieds. The bargain
hunter's dream.


- Boats -
27' Sea Ray Sundancer
'94 repowered in 2001,
great cond, camper)
imini top, full galley,
w/ triple axle alum trMr.
$24,900 813-695-0374
31' 1986 Silverton
Flybridge fully loaded,
sleeps 4. New motors,
drives & generator.
Over $75,000 spent in
last 3 years. Call for de
tails, too much to list.
Leaving the country,
must sell! $19900/OBO.
Jim 863-581-1998 -
NAUTICAL FLEA MARKET
@) JOHN'S PASS MARINA.
Sat 5/3, 7:30am-4:30pm.
Sun 7:30-3pm. Fishing
gear, giving gear. boats
& trailers. 727-565-6925

(Boat Slips / Storage)
PASADENA.MARINA
Quiet protected marina
located near St Pete
Bch. Easy access to
Gulf full service slips,
pool, clean facilities
pasadenamarina.com
727-343-4500
PASADENA Yacht & C. C..
Deep water slips for
sale/lease.
Limited number availa-
ble. Free CableTV, WiFi,
In Slip Pump Out.
727-381-7922 X 12 or
email pyccmember
ship@tampabay.rr.com

[ Boat Supplies & 1
[ Accessories J
OUTBOARD MOTOR,
Mercury 2002, 40 HP, low
hrs. Prof. mat! Comes
w/controls, tach & S/S
prop. $2500. 727-410-0459

( Houseboats
30' Trident Catamaran
2003 Houseboat
Trailerable, alum, 16"
draft, fuel efficient, 20
person bed, bench
seats, planing, wave
piercing off shore hulls,
hig tunnel, Honda 4
stroke 225 $49,000 obo
727-547-1233

SBoats Wan ted ))
BOAT Donations Wanted
To Support Clearwater
Marine Aquarium,
Tax Deductible
Call 727-409-62823
PRIVATE party looking
for Boat, Jet ski in need
of repair.
727-226-0946
p ANTED- I want your
oat and/or accesso-
ries, dead or alive!
Call 727-457-3546 '
















813-926-9994
CRANK kits from $99
Wholesale engine parts
& machine shop w/Inew
Hines engine balancer.
3-D Service Inc 813-253-
3336/800-538-8451
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt - 90 days
up to 3yrs warr. M-F 9-
5. Member BBB. Installs
- avail. 813-875-1500

TRANSMISSIONS rebuilt
fromA-Z! Guaranteed
quality work! Also buy
unwanted Autos! Call
Rob- 813-610-7887- 24/7


( Trucks- Light Dut
CHEVY 1986 Silverado
Loaded V8, auto, dual
gas tank, complete
restored. One of a kind!
$7,995. 813-230-2691
CHEVY 1994 Silverado,
X-Cab, short bed, V8
automatic good condi-
tion, $3,995.
813-545-1527
DODGE 1994 Dakota- w/
topper, 5 spd, 5.2 V8o
tow ckg, 3.26 rear dif.
(18-20 mpg), Exc. cond.,
High mileage $2000
813-312-3231
FORD 1999 Ranger
74200 mi, automatic,
V6ABS, A/C, alloy
wheels, E85 Flex Fuel,
$3800 (813)831-5828
FORD 2004 F150 Exc cond
auto, ai, new tires exc
cond! Spray-in bediner
Great running Truck
$6500813-633-4970
FORD 2006 F250 Diesel
4x4 X Cab Lariat, FX4
17K mi List New
$51,300. Sacrifice $28K
May trade 727-403-3422
NISSAN 2006 Titan SE,
Auto, 6CD, PW, Alarm,
Tint BdLnr w/ extnder.
Well Maint., non-smkr.
$13,995 obo.813-766-2582
TOYOTA 2003 Tundra SR5
Access Cab 63600 mi, 4
door(s)std trans 6 cyl,
2WD ABS, A/C, alioy
wheels, CD, cruise, pwr
locks, pwr windows,
Very clean, two-tone
ray paint Must Sell.
813)838-2886 $12,600
lukebj75@hotmail.com
TOYOTA 2006 TACOMA
4x4, 23k miles, ull/Pwr,
tonneau cover, rush
guards, nerf bars, class 3
hitch, 2 new tires on the
back, seller motivated,
$17,500obo. 307-250-2162


FORD 2000 Bucket Truck,
for cable, Mint Condi-
tion, Like New!
$18 000 obo
Call 813-690-2978
FORD 2001 F-250 V10
Super Cab, 118K mi w/
200/100 split spray tank
w/Honda motor & hypo
pump, $10K Must Sell]
813-69-9531
KW 2000 W9 Semi,
excellent condition
$30K OBO.



CHRYSLER 2004 Town &
Cntry low mi, 8pass,
Rear A/C. Perfect
$650
813-310-6405
DODGE,1999,HANDICAP
Grand Caravan, Auto
slide door & Ramp low-
ered floor $ 12000
o 863-439-5660 4,
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor,
wheelchair ramp & tie
downs, 26K miles. For
more info 727-492-1630
DODGE,2007,HANDICAP
Grand Caravan, Auto
slide door & Ramp low-
ered floor $ 36,000
* 863-439-5600 4=
FORD, 1992, E-350 Work
1 Ton, Diesel, Great
cond new Tires Brakes,
3yr old motor $2800
631-805-7707 Z. Hills
FORD 1998 E-150 V8 Re-
gency H.Top Conv. w/
all the toys. Orig. Own-
er. Good Cond. 95Kmi
$8000 obo 813-333-2542
NISSAN 1994 Quest XE,
Automatic, silver blue,
A/C, CD player PW, PD,
runs well, $2500 obo.
813-317-4183
Housekeeping, repairs,
installation and more.
Turn to Classified's
At Your Service for all
your service needs.


(Sports Utility Vehicles
BMW 2003 X5 3.0 Auto
BMW Cert.,, Full Maint
Plan. 100k mi cov., Snrf,
Lthr, fully maint. 63.5k
mi $28,500 813-758-1731
CHEVROLET 2004 SubuF
ban 23, 000 mi, cruise,
rear A/C. bose premi
um xm radio, roof rack,
running boards exec.
cond. (863)299-7193
gardenvillage@juno.co

FORD 1996 BRONCO
2001 Tahoe 28'Toy
Hauler, Mint Condition.
Call 813-973-3517
FORD, 2002, Explorer XL
Auto, CD, AC & rear ac
3rd seat, new Mich tires
Tow Power, good cond
$5,995 obo 813-478-4527
HONDA 2000 CRV, 2 WD
grey, look & runs great!!
Excellent vehicle!
27 MPG hwy. $7500.
Call (813) 780-8569.
HUMMER 2005 H-2, 9400
miles, black on black, Air
ride, Nav, T.V.'s every
factory option. $12K in
addl acc. Cash Sale
$38,500. (352) 621-6959.
HUMMER 2006 H3, royal
blue, leather, moonroof,
running boards, tow
pk, Satellite radio,
fuy loaded. 30K miles.
$29,850 813-267-6021
HUMMER 2007 H3 Red,
leather, moonroof 8K
miles, satellite radio,
on-star $29 900. 813-
244-5795,813-672-3852
JEEP 1996 Cherokee right
hand drive factory,
110k miles, one owner,
white, air conditioned,
am fm cassette, 4 door,
serviced . regularly
$8000. 813-677-4573.
JEEP 1997 Grand Chero-
kee Ltd. V8, 4x4 128K
mi, great condo , all
service/ repair records.
$3900 813-215-1024
JEEP 2000 Cherokee
right hand drive facto-
rv 4 dr, 2 wheel drive,
all power, beige, 85k mi,
$12,000. 813-677-4573.
LEXUS 2004 GX 470,
Immaculate! Silver with
gray leather interior
all power and loaded.
Mark Levinson. premi-
um CD system, naviga-
tion, 3rd row seat, sun-
roof, 4x4 system, dual
climate, heated seats,
1 non-smoking owner,
22k miles, $32, 00.
813-286-2526'
LINCOLN '06 MARK XLT
Fully loaded, leather int,
chrome run brds, auto
hatch, 15k mi, mint fact
warr. Must sell $26,800
obo (813) 251 - 0191
LINCOLN 2004 Aviator
38,600 mi, Loaded,
Silver $18,000
352-684-7334
LINCOLN 2005 Navigator
Ruby Red 40000 mi, Ulti
Smate Edition, all avail&
ble options with Rear
Camera, In Dash
CD/DVD/MP3 and Ipod
Hookup. Beautiful Car
with all service
records. $24,000 OBO
(727) 647-2700
TOYOTA 2001 RUNNER
LTD, 2WD, 85K, silver,
exceptionally clean, all
options + tow hitch, XM
radio new tires, $13,000
Jim i 813-920-4540
TOYOTA 2003 4Runner
SR5, V8, 4x4 77K miles
brand hew tires, great
condition. $14,500 obo
Call 813-777-2590

(Scooters / Mopeds)
VESPA 2007 50CC LX-
284 miles, garaged,
chrome kit, helmet, 2
r. warr. remaining.
2500 firm 813-477-2507

For a good buy,
shop in Classifieds.


( Motorcycles )
CASH paid for junk mo-
torcycles. We pay up to
$200 cash for any cycle
running or not tine
cycle.com 727-247-8785
HARLEY 2000 Road King
Police, 1 owner, FLHRP
black with lots of
chrome, BEAUTIFUL.
,000 iles see photos
on-line, $12,000 OBO
813-967-5 40
HARLEY 2004 FXSTS


$15,500 813-267-1221





HSoti Rt ne b Bla ack/
HARLEY 2005 Roadking
FLHRS Custom BIk
Cherry, Great sounding
exhaust like new
$14,400 83-245-4380
HARLEY Davidson 2000
flhtcui beautiful ultra
classic with all the
bells and whistles.
show room shine,
many extras. 35000
miles by 80 year old
who needs to move
on. 13000.00 (1500 u
derkkb) (352)668-3185
rlaughridge@tampaba
y.rr.com
HARLEY-DAVIDSON 2003
Heritage Softail
Custom, 23K miles,
gunmetal blue, 100th
Anniversary extras,
$15,400. 813-476-4059
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1999
Road Glide Cobalt Blue,
20k mi, detac King Tour
Ck & extras exc. $8500
Call John 302-981-1722
HARLEY Davidson 2005
Sportster 1200 XL Cus
tom, Black w/ a lot of
chrome! Lots of extras!
$8500 9 813-476-5166
HONDA 1984 Gold Wing
Good cond, 65 K mi,
burgundy.
$2500 obo
813-645-9429
HONDA 2006 Goldwing
Trike less than 3000 mi
asking $29.900. Comes
with many many extras
813-707-0738 a
TRIKES- Harley and most
metrics, custom con-
verted to a superior
handling trike. The Trin-
ity Trike at 727-233-3610


CARTS, Stock & Custom
Made Refurb. & modify.
Batteries 30% off, New
& Recond. Delivery!
813-480-9603

I(Automobiles Wanted))
PAYING MORE $200 & UP
for autos any & all, cash
in your hands running
or not fast free de-
pendable pickup 24/7

CASH ON THE SPOT
Cars, Trucks Vans
Running Or Not
Free Pick Up, 24/7
813-416-1082
CASH on the Barrel for
autos, running or not.
Will come pick them up
& paying more Call Ro
813-610-1535 24/7
JUNKBUSTERS
we buy junk cars/trucks
ano equipment
free scrap metal p/u
813-625-I UNK(5865)
$200 AND UP
TRUCKS VANS CARS
FOREIGN& DOMESTIC
MOTORCYCLES ATV'S
S813-650-1528

$ FAST CA$H! $
Cars, Trucks & Vans.
813-924-6255 * 685-1707
God Bless

((Classics & Antiques))
CHEVY 1964 Impala FS
4 spd, 3.7,300 HP, head-
ers, AC, pwr steering,
garage kept. $24,900
813-298-8460


Classics & Antiques
DODGE1972.CHARGER
Auto, 318 engine Looks
& Runs Great hideaway
lights, frt/rear Wings
$12,500 o 352-678-2114


BUYING ANY AND ALL
for your Best Price.
813-610-7887- 24/7

$GET-PAID-TODAY
4 JUNK CARS
UP TO $ 600
CALL 727-364-5125
CASH for Cars, Trucks &
Vans. Lost titles ok.
813-626-5733
813-924-6255
God Bless

(Automobiles for Sale)
A A Rated Donation Do
nate Your Car, Boat or
Real Estate IRS Tax De


Underprivileged Chip
dren www.
outreachcenter.org
1-800-693-7911
ACURA 1994 Integra 4dr
Sedan, 150k miles, cold
A/C, power, auto, new
tires well maintained
$3,40. 813-924-9839.
ACURA 1995 Legend, 2
door, sport white 113K
mi, sunroo , A/C, feath
er mint condition,
$5500. 787-469-7508
BENTLEY 2000 Arnage
Red Label, 1 owner. 28k
mi, arage ket Dealer







BMW 2000740i Z3 R
787-1313 813-766-385

BMW 20002 323ci
Silver auto, sunroof,
orig owner, 69Kmis,


BMW 2000 Z3 Roadster
convertible, red black
toan , one owner, 44k
m4es, 5 speed, $12,500.
813-240-4197.
BMW 2001 740iL 64K







miles, excellent cond,
dk blue/beie, all books







& records 169 OBO
Call 813-61 6-3258
BMW 2002 325ci convt,
wonderful gas mileage,
extra clean, auto, great
tires, sport pkg, all
leather,69 K mi $16,995
obo/727-867-3068
BMW 2003 330i 25 K mi,
ptoristine cond, fully
IoaCed, ext warr, 1 own-
er, dealer maint.
$21,500 obo NADA Val
$27K 813-832-8382
BMW 2006 325i White w/
tan int, 1 owner, 28 K
mi, exc cond, sunroof,
pwr seats, steptronic.
$25,900/813-785-8602
BMW 2006 M3, 16K mi, Ti
silver ext/black int, 6
spd. NAV, prem sound
w/ Bluetooth, Xenon
$42,500 813-447-0890
BUICK 2002 LeSabre,
grey w/grey leather int,
cloth top rooks & runs
great! 20 MPG city, 29
hwy. $8500. 813-780-8569
BUICK Century 1994 4 dr
auto, exc. cond, Cold
AC, Loaded, $2,250 obo
day 813-223-6725
eve 813-679-4573
CADILLAC 1996 Fleet
wood 48400 mi, Reg
Gas, Ex cond $7550.
634-4629 gadcock@
tampabay.rr.com
CADILLAC 2000 DEVILLE.
White w/tan leather int,
49Kmi, cabaret top, non
smoker. Exc! $9500 obo.
813-760-3417/.286-1081
Chevy'98 Cavalier, 155K
mi, good cond., mostly
hwy, many new parts!
New clutch &good tires.
$2000 obo. 727-712-7279


(Automobiles for Sale))
CHEVY 1995 TAHOE 2
dr, recently overhauled
Trans & AC, very low mi
on 4wd. black w/ grey
leather interior, power
everything & great cond
xm ready, new tires,
150K+ Mi $6150 obo
Randy- 813-294-6458
CHRYSL 1998 Concorde
LXI V6 3.2 Champ/gray
lath 4 New tires loaded
x cond, serv rec 143k mi
$4,900 obo 813-505-0188
Chrysler 2000 Converti-
ble, 97K. Excellent shape,
garage kept, leather int,
new op, 6 disc CDplayer
$4995. Call 813-96-4234

Chrysler 2005 300
6 cyl ABS TC, 75K hwy
miles, silver. $11,500
813-963-6889
TOYOTA 2005 PRIUS
Only 24K mi, * $19,500 *
SUPERB -- LIKE NEW!!!
Loaded w/ Pkg # 6--
Navigation; Hands-Free
Phone; Smart Key Ss-
MUCH -MUCH MORE'
(813)480-2807 Iv msg-
DONATE A CAR-HELP
CHILDREN FIGHTING
DIABETES. Fast, Free
Towing. Call 7
days/week. Non-
runners OK. Tax Dedue
tible. Call Juvenile Dia
betes Research Founda
tion 1-800-578-0408
DONATE YOUR CAR To
American Association
for Cancer Research -
Saving Lives Through
Research. Fast/Free
Towing, Non-Runners
OK. Tax Deductible.
Call 7 days/week 1-800-
728-0801.
DONATE YOUR CAR... To
the Cancer Fund of
America. Help Those
Suffering With Cancer
Today. Free Towing and
Tax deductible.
1-800-835-9372
www.cfoa.org
FORD 2003 Focus 4dr dk
red metallic, 85K mi, au-
to, cold A/C, great on
gas! Good condo. $5500
obo 813-960-0600
FORD 2003 Mustang
Mach 1- V8, leather in-
terior, 54k miles, pwr.
windows/ocks, garage
kept, looks ano runs
great. $14,995. Please
Call Eric 813-746-9160

HONDA 2002 Civic Ex
64,500 mi, 2 Dr Coupe
Auto transmission,
Exc Cond w/all extras
One Owner $10,800
(813)503-4535p

HONDA 2006 Accord SE
41k mi, 4dr, AT,
Black,one own- non
smkr Great car !
$14650 (813)767-3713

INFINT 2004 G35 Sedan,
49k, 6-spd, Sport pack-
age, 18' wheels, leath-
er, garaged, very clean,
$1600 (81 )505-5992
INFINITI 2006 G35 Coupe,
orig ownr,22 K mi, auto
silver, loaded,22mo/38K
mi. warranty $27,850
Trades? 813-259-9146
JAGUAR 1999 XJ8 low mi,
sunroof, loaded, 10 cd
changervery beautiful.
$11,990 obo
813-251-3969
MAZDA 1993 MPV
Champagne,V6, starts
easylruns great, 144K
mi. New alt timing
belt/idle pulleys $2,000
obo/813-294-0743 LM.
MAZDA 1998 626 DX-
98k mi., new brakes,
clutch, & batt., runs
g reat! 5 spd., White,
2750 obo 813-385-0638
MERCEDES 1995 SL500.
New convertible top,
new paint. Supreme
cond 92K. $14,000 obo
Call (813) 610-3932.
Classifieds.
Tampa's marketplace.


(Automobiles lor Sale)
MERCEDES 1996 E320
80k miles, white with
tan leather moon roof,
nice clean Benz.
$8,500.813-671-0079
MERCEDES 2003 E320,
30K miles, white/tan,
sunroof excellent con-
$27K 813-784-4210
MERCEDES 2005 E55
AMG- Pampered/ Imr
maculate female non-
smoker, Silver, 40k mi.,
fully loaded w/ Nav./
Bluetooth, $51,000
Serious injuries only
(No dealers) Call 352-
588-3925
MERCURY 1995 Grand
Marquis GS 105K mi,
clean car, cold air, runs
great! $2850 obo. 813-
641-7604/ 813-220-5131
MITSUBISHI 2003 Galant,
nice car cold, auto,
white, all power, CD,
great condition, $4200.
727-639-2010
NISSAN 2004 350Z Con
vertible 21K miles,
black w/black top. Must
See! $22,325 Call 813-
240-3046 Or 977-5564 -



NISSAN 2005 350Z conv,
yellow w/ black top,
loaded w/ 2 tone cus-
tom Ithr, new front
brakes & rear tires 30K
mi, $27,105 813.267.6021
OLDS 2000 Intrigue,
lady owned, AC, good
tires, CD,alum wheels,
runs good must sell!
$3750/863-944-8300
POLICE Impounds for
Sale! 94 Honda Civic
700! 91 Toyota Camry
(800)366-9813 Ext 9271.
TOYOTA 1996 CAMRY LE
rebuilt engine, cold air,
clean, 30 gallons MPG,
$3200 obo.
Call Eddie 813-325-3543.
TOYOTA 1997 tercel-
auto, ac, new paint &
no dents. $2250 obo
813-654-3730
TOYOTA, 2001, Celica GT
only 63k mi Ex cond,
Spoiler Sunroof, tint,
* ColdAC, Sporty 4
$9,999 obo 727-422-0058
TOYOTA 2003 Camry LE
4 door Sedan Grey, 36k
mi, 1 owner S12 700.
813-625-6938
TOYOTA 2007 Solara
Convertible, 17k miles.
Loaded heated leather
seats, GPS Exc cond
$27,960obo. 813-239-6655
VOLVO 1998 S90 Flagship
needs minor workgreat
cond everything works
runs good new tires 1st
$1900 813.810.7330
VOLVO 2001 C70 ConveF
tible, low miles, silver
with gray leather interf
or $12,200 or best offer.
813-361-0308


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