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WEDNESDAY,MAY 28, 2008


PLANT CITY

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In His Steps
The teenage
granddaughter of a
Plant City retiree has
inherited his talent for
writing.
Page 4

Officers Honored
Four law enforcement
officers receive
accolades at an
annual banquet.
Page 6


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Lynda Fuller, in white shirt, and other Holloway family members look over grave sites in the cemetery behind
Hopewell Baptist Church. Fuller directed much of the effort to complete the book project.


Devoted Descendants

. 7;U It is said that a man dies three times: once when
he stops breathing, once when he is laid in the
grave and, finally, when he is forgotten. If this is
so, the men and women who journeyed to the
,. 'wilderness south of what is now Plant City and
] . founded one of the area's first settlements will
ab. J live forever in the memories of future
ST generations, thanks to the descendants who
Pioneers of Hopewell Community have.told their story in a new book, "Pioneers of
The congregation of Hopewell Baptist Church, which
was built in 1902, gathers outside in this undated pho- Hopewell Community."
to. Old photos - and much more - fill the new book. STORY, PAGE 10

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A Look Back
As the school year
draws to a close,
sportswriter Darek
Sharp reviews his top
10 sports stories from
Durant and Plant City.
Page 16

Fundraiser
To Help Youth
A golf tournament is
on tap to raise money
to send local Boys &
Girls Club members to
a college football
game.
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Tomlin Students Earn 6 Trophies At Technology Competition


PLANT CITY - The Tomlin
Middle School Technology
Student Association, part of
the National Technology Stu-
dent Association, is dedicated
to fostering personal growth,
leadership and opportunities
in technology, innovation,
design and engineering.
Tomlin's chapter recently
brought home six trophies,
including a first place and
four second places, from the
association's state competi--
tion in Orlando. The school's
21 participants placed in the
top 10 finalists in 27 events.
Missy Dixon, whose son Don-
nie placed first in the flight
challenge competition, said
Tomlin will be the only mid-
dle schooLin Hillsborough
County competing at nation-
als.
About 900 students com-
peted in the state competi-
tion. About 8,000 students are
expected for nationals.
Other state winners from
Tomlin include Zack Rogers,
second in electrical applica-
tions; Brennan Smith, second
in communications challenge;
Addison Killebrew and Wil-
liam George, second in prob-
lem solving; Brandon Hastings,


BETTY BRIGGS
Columnist
Addison Killebrew and Bren-
nan Smith, second place TSA
Cup in marine design; and
Stanton Cook, Brandon Has-
tings and lan Scarbrough,
third place, leadership chal-
lenge.
Their instructor is Dianne
Stevens, the Technology Stu-
dent Association adviser and
technology education teacher
at Tomlin.
Stevens wants to take 10
students to the National
Technology Student Associa-
tion Competition in Orlando
on June 27. The group is seek-
ing grants or donations to
help this dream come true.
Costs include registration fee
of $90 per student, rooms for
four nights for a total of about
See BETTY BRIGGS, Page 4 >


Photo from Dianne Stevens
Dianne Stevens, center back, technology education teacher at Tomlin Middle School and adviser to
its Technology Student Association, gathers with the 21 students who competed in the association's
state competition in Orlando. Tomlin's chapter brought home six trophies, including a first place and
four second places, and the students placed in the top 10 finalists in 27 events. Tomlin will be the
only middle school in Hillsborough County competing at the national level, said mom Missy Dixon.


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$2,900 and other expenses.
The parents have already paid
for state expenses and blaz-
ers, dress shirts and pants,
and will pay for all food at
nationals.
If you can help, call Tomlin
at (813) 757-9400, ext. 251.

Plant City Student
Studies Abroad
PLANT CITY - Alexandra
Boehm of Plant City partici-
pated in the Washington Se-
mester Abroad at American
University. Boehm, a student
at the University of Miami,
took part in the international
environment and develop-
ment program.
The program provides stu-
dents an opportunity to go to
the nation's, capital to study
government through first-
hand experience and'contact
with political, business and
community leaders. It culmi-
nates in a three-week field
practicum in Brazil or South


Africa, where students have a
chance to see projects they
studied in-person. American
University is in Washington.

City Residents Among
Florida Southern Grads
PLANT CITY - Spring gradu-
ates at Florida Southern Col-
* lege include Leyla Nichole
Dokumaci and Heather Leigh-
anne Judah, both Plant City
residents.
Dokumaci, daughter of
Unsal Dokumaci and Karen
Erickson, graduated from the


ate. The river boat cruise
company that she, her par-
ents and husband traveled
with has been deployed to
provide a floating medical
clinic and hospital.
"Pandaw Cruises on the
Retired minister Irrawaddy River is known for
and published their special efforts on behalf
author Clifford of the people in Burma and
Halford is thrilled has a cordial relationship with
that his 15-year- the government," Hehn said.
old granddaugh- She said they are still wait-
ter, Shea Derry- ing for word on the fate of 360
berry, is following boys in an orphanage they
in his footsteps as visited there.
a writer.
ord Halford T I tifr
Teacher, Wife
Lakeland school cum laude AS Theater Leaders
with a bachelor of science in Also Theater Leaders
pre-kindergarten primary PLANT CITY - Bob Nich-
education. Judah graduated olson, a teacher at Plant City
summa cum laude with a High School, is orchestra
bachelor of science in ele- director for Brandon Youth
mentary education. Theatre. His wife, Marilyn,
S., has been the director of the
Plant City Resident theater for 15 years. These
Keeps Eye On Myanmar professionals are providing an
excellent theater education
PLANT CITY - Plant City for area kids.
resident Jean Hehn, who trav- "The Nicholsons are giving
eled to Burma (Myanmar) kids an experience that is the
before the cyclone, keeps a closest thing to being a
close eye on the country, Broadway production," said
where the situation is desper- Karis Denhoff of Plant City,


whose daughters, Olivia and
Grace, are in this summer's
production of Gilbert & Sulli-
van's "H.M.S. Pinafore."
The theater is a nonprofit
group run by a board of direc-
tors and depends on grants
and donations along with
tuition from students.
Auditions for "H.M.S. Pin-
afore" are being held, with
rehearsals beginning June 3.
Show dates begin July 1.
Call Denhoff at (813) 719-
2744 for information or e-
mail her at Denhoff@hot-
mail.com. Experienced in-
strumentalists at the ad-
vanced high school or college
level can call Bob Nicholson
at (813) 654-6897.

Girl Upstages Granddad
With Written Word
PLANT CITY - Clifford Hal-
ford was involved in Air Force
flight operations for top-rank-
ing generals in Paris during
,World War II, and although it
was pretty exciting, learning
that his 15-year-old grand-
daughter, Shea Derryberry, is

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THINGS TO _DO


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NEWS:
(813) 865-4432
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(813) 865-4438
CLASSIFIED:
(813) 865-4437


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.


Today


Relics Of The Saints
A traveling exhibit of relics
of the saints goes on display at
7:30 p.m. at St. Clement Cath-
olic Church, 1104 N. Alexander
St. The event includes a slide
lecture presented by Carolyn
Trabulsi.
The Knights of Columbus
are sponsoring the free event
in the church's Cronin Hall. It
will be followed by a dessert
social.
Topics will include how
relics are authenticated and
the new trade of selling relics
on the internet.

Thursday


Bluegrass And Java
Listen to music and have
yourself a cup at the weekly
bluegrass jam session at 7
p.m. at Espress Yourself Cof-
fee 101, 101 E. J. Arden Mays
Blvd., Plant City.
There's no admission
charge. Call (813) 659-0101

Friday and Saturday


Equestrian Games
More than 100 Special
Olympics athletes will partici-
pate in equestrian competi-
tions Friday and Saturday at
the Florida State Fairgrounds,
Bob Thomas Equestrian Cen-
ter, 2488 U.S. 301 N., Tampa.
The event will start with
opening ceremonies at 6:30
p.m. Friday, followed by the
competitions at 7:30 p.m. and
continue at 9 a.m. Saturday.
The contest will include dres-


Tribune file photo by CLIFF McBRIDE
You can get up close to a tiger for a great photo, or climb as high as an orangutan at Busch Gardens.
Bring the family and check out Jungala.


Photo from Edith Langston
A fundraising concert to help send the GospelMets trio to a na-
tional gospel contest will be Saturday at Citadel of Life Cathedral.


sage, English equitation, stock
seat equitation, working trails,
pole bending, barrel racing,
showmanship at halter or
bridle and unified sports drill
team.
Admission and parking for
spectators is free. Visitors are
asked to enter the fairgrounds
via the Orient Road entrance.
Call (813) 621-7821 or (352)
243-9536 or go to www.special
olympicsflorida.org.


Saturday


Vrooom With A View
Members of Chapter 787 of
the Vietnam Veterans of
America will host the organi-
zation's fifth annual charity
classic car show from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. at Veterans Memorial
Park, 3602 U.S. 301 N., Tampa.
The event will feature mu-


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sic, drawings,. a silent auction,
food vendors, face painting,
inflatables for children and
more. Advance tickets are $12.
Admission is a $15 donation
the day of the show.
Awards will be given to the
top 25 cars for best paint, best
engine, best interior, club
participation and best of
show. For information, call
Tom Hall at (813) 655-7129.

A Musical Fundraiser
Enjoy gospel music and
help send the GospelMets trio

See THINGS TO DO, Page 15 0-


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4 Law Enforcement Officers Praised


An appreciation
dinner recognizes
the perils of their
profession.
By DAVE NICHOLSON
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY - They faced
down armed robbers and
nabbed drivers too drunk to be
behind the wheel. They took
down terrorism suspects and
someone who shot a bald ea-
gle.
The officers responsible for
those accomplishments and
more were honored May 13 at
an event that has been a Plant
City tradition for more than
four decades.
A group of business owners
founded the East Hillsborough
Law Enforcement Apprecia-
tion Dinner to recognize offi-
cers and the dangers they face
after sheriffs Sgt. Ben Wilder
was killed and Deputy Perry
Young wounded July 21, 1962,
in rural Plant City. The dinner,
now in its 46th year, drew
about 425 officers, family
members, public officials and
others who gathered at the
Florida Strawberry Festival's
expo hall.


Police Sgt. David Millich was Sheriffs Detective Brian Bryan
praised for "steely determina- was honored for his knack for
tion" that protects the public, catching violent criminals.


"We pray for the safety for
all our law enforcement," said
Coleman Davis, who owns sev-
eral Badcock stores and serves
on the East Hillsborough Law
Enforcement Appreciation
board of directors.
The perils of the profession


were underscored by Sheriff
David Gee, who asked the au-
dience to remember sheriffs
Sgt. Ron Harrison, who was
killed in an Aug. 15 shooting.
Gee also mentioned sheriff's
Detective Chris Baumann,
who was shot twice in the


Highway Patrol Trooper Ben Conservation Commission
Miller has made the streets Officer Raymond Sherertz was
safer as a result of DUI arrests. cited for dedication to duty.


chest during an undercover
drug operation April 28, 2007,
but has returned to duty. Bau-
mann was recognized at last
year's appreciation dinner but
had to be helped to his feet.
Four agencies - the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation


Commission, Florida Highway
Patrol, sheriff's office and
Plant City Police Department
- each year single out an
outstanding officer at the ap-
preciation dinner. The 2008
See OFFICERS PRAISED, Page 8 1


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The appreciation dinner, now in its 46th year,

drew about 425 officers, family members, officials and others.










Assistance for Hearing and Speech
Impaired Patients and Visitors


To ensure high-quality care for patients,
caregivers and visitors with a hearing or
speech impairment, we provide appropriate
auxiliary aids and services free of charge.
These include sign language and oral
interpreters, TDD, note-takers, computer-
assisted real time transcription services,
written materials, telephone handset
amplifiers, assistive listening devices and
systems, telephone compatible with hearing
aids, closed caption decoders and open and
closed captioning of most hospital programs.


For assistance, contact the Program Office, located
in the Registration office in our Emergency Room. Or call
(813) 757-8221 (voice) or (813) 757-8447 (TTD).


Healthy Lifestyle
Screenings
Diabetes Education Support
Group
For more information or to
enroll, call Lisa Finley at (813)
757-8202 for this class only.
First Tuesday of every month, 5-6pm
1 South Classroom
Cost: Free
Cholesterol Screenings
TC/HDL/Glucose
(no fasting required)
Fourth Tuesday.of every month, 2-3pm
No appointment necessary.
Hospital Main Lobby
Cost: $20
Free Blood Pressure Checks
Every Tuesday, 1-2pm
No appointment necessary.
Hospital h A
Main Lobby


Basic Life Support for Health
Care Providers
Must register to attend.
Pre-payment required.
Call (813) 754-4444.
New certification only:
Saturday, June 7,
8am-noon
Community Conference 'k
Room /I


Recertification only:
Monday, July 7,
6-8:30pm
Cost: $38


Bereaved Parents Support Group
Bereaved Parents of the USA will
host a support group meeting.
Includes time for mothers and fathers
to share together and separately.
Call Beth Tancredo at (813) 757-8387
for information about this class only.
Fourth Thursday of each month, 7pm
Cafeteria Conference Room
Look Good, Feel Better
This free, nationwide support
program provides women help and
encouragement with appearance side
effects of cancer treatment. Offers
practical tips about skin care, make-up
techniques and guidance for coping
with hair loss. A complimentary bag
of make-up, courtesy of cosmetic
companies, is provided for the session
and to take home. Call the American
Cancer Society at 1 (800) 227-9954 to
register for this class only.
Tuesday, July 15, 6-8pm
Community Conference Room
Cost: Free


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For information, registration or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444
unless otherwise noted.
Where to find us:
South Florida Baptist Hospital
301 N. Alexander St., Plant City, FL 33563


Infant and Child Car Safety Check
Four out of five car seats are installed
incorrectly. Is your one of them?
Come find out. Child, car seat and
car must all be present. Call (813)
754-4444 for an appointment.
Thursday, May 29
Community Health Resource Center
Hospital Main Lobby

Childbirth Preparation
Series
Childbirth Preparation Program
Covers emotional issues, relaxation
and breathing exercises, and
feeding and caring for your new
baby. Couples can sign up for the
entire day or split into two different
Saturday sessions.
Saturday, June 21, 8am-noon
Emergency Center Conference Room
Cost: Free
Baby Care Class and
Breastfeeding
Teaches new parents what to
expect after delivery of their baby.
Saturday, June 21, 12:30-3pm
Emergency Center Conference Room
Cost: Free


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winners received a plaque,
$400 check from the appreci-
ation dinner's board of direc-
tors and a $100 Outback
Steakhouse gift card from
Mosaic.
This year's honorees in-
cluded:
# Conservation Commis-
sion Officer Raymond She-
rertz, a 31-year veteran who is
a seventh-generation Floridi-
an, 1966 graduate of Avon
Park High School, Coast
Guard veteran and University
of South Florida graduate. He
has helped capture terrorism
suspects at the Port of Tam-
pa, arrested a suspect for
shooting a bald eagle and
rescued three boaters from
drowning, said his supervi-
sor, Capt. Leo Isambert.
"His dedication to duty is
second to none," Isambert
said.
* Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Ben Miller, an eight-
year veteran, who was in the
military for 12 years and has
bachelor's and master's de-
grees. Miller has arrested


drivers under the influence of
alcohol and drugs and other-
wise made the streets safer,
said Capt. Michelle Carter,
acting troop commander.
* Sheriffs Detective Brian
Bryan, a 1988 Plant City High
School graduate and Navy
veteran who joined the sher-
iffs office in 1997. Gee said
Bryan has a knack for catch-
ing violent criminals. In the
last year, he broke up a rob-
bery and shot a suspect,
helped arrest a man who
sexually molested a woman
he abducted with her young
son from a grocery parking
lot, and helped capture four
men who were on a robbery
spree that targeted migrant
workers.
* Plant City police Sgt. Da-
vid Millich, who joined the
department in 2002 and has
worked as a patrol officer and
detective. He was praised by
Police Chief Bill McDaniel for
a "steely determination" that
deters criminals and protects
the public. Officers like Mil-
lich go beyond the call and
"stand between the flock and
predators," McDaniel said.

Reporter Dave Nicholson can be
reached at (813) 865-4432 or
dnicholson@tampatrib.com.


PLANT CITY - An alert resi-
dent and fast work by police
combined to result in the
arrest of a man who allegedly
burglarized an automotive
store and tried to flee with a
set of pricey wheel rims.
Kannbal Levonia Robin-
son, 35, of 1308 Dragon Head
Drive, Valrico, was arrested
May 20 on charges of bur-
glary, grand theft, resisting
arrest without violence and
misdemeanor possession of


BETTY BRIGGS

Continued From Page 4

following in his footsteps as
an author is even more thrill-
ing.
Halford, who has written a
column for a Lake County
newsletter for more than 12
years, has published four
stories and four poems in
anthologies put out by Two
Friends Publishing. Now, he
said, his granddaughter has
upstaged him.
When he sent a.few stories


marijuana, according to
Plant City police.
"A citizen noticed some-
one on the property" of High
Performance Designs, 803 E.
Reynolds St., at about 10:30
p.m. and telephoned police,
providing a description of
the suspicious man, police
Sgt. Jim Shultz said.
"When police got there,
they spotted him and he
tried fleeing," but he was
apprehended a few blocks


off for consideration, he also
included a Halloween piece
his granddaughter wrote. It
was her story that was accept-
ed for publication in "Once
Upon a Place" anthology that
came out this month.
Halford, a retired Baptist
minister, lives in Plant City
with his wife, Pat. Shea is the
daughter of Laura and David
Derryberry.

Children's Chorus Seeks
New Members
For all little Plant City


away, Shultz said. The rims,
valued at more than $300,
were recovered. .When
searched, Robinson was
found to be in possession of
a small quantity of marijua-
na, police said.
Robinson, who listed his
employer as the Plant City
Burger King on Park Road,
was being held May 21 at
Orient Road Jail on $5,000
bail, according to records.
George Wilkens


songbirds, the Tampa Bay
Children's Chorus is holding
auditions for the 2008-09
season for children in grades
3 through 12. Go to tbchoru-
s.org www.tbcchorus.org for
information.
Audition spots are filling up
quickly.

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


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Photo by KEVIN HOWE
Descendants gather every year at Hopewell Baptist
Church to raise funds for the cemetery behind it.


Descendants of Hopewell pioneers preserve
their legacy in a book that tells the story of
one of Central Florida's oldest settlements.
"Tell ye your children of it, and let your
children tell their children, and their children
another generation."
Joel 1:3
By JAN HOLLINGSWORTH
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY - Before there was Plant City, there
was Hopewell.
Just south of State Road 60, off State Road
39, a white steeple rises among great grandfather
oaks, marking the spot where the community was
conceived.
Behind the simple, unadorned Baptist church,
the families who attended Hopewell's birth rest in
a small cemetery maintained by descendants who
have honored their memories for more than a
century.
The ancestors are well-tended, their graves
manicured, the headstones polished, the vases
regularly freshened with new silk bouquets.
Beyond ensuring this perpetual care, the de-
scendants of the founding families have labored to
preserve the history, heritage, traditions and leg-
ends passed from one generation to another. They
strove to construct a monument even more endur-
ing than the names etched in granite.
The result, unveiled this month, is "Pioneers of
Hopewell Community," a 400-page book that tells
the story of one of Central Florida's oldest settle-
ments.


Photo by KEVIN HOWE
James Fuller looks over the recently published "Pioneers of Hopewell Community" at the
Hopewell descendants' annual potluck lunch and meeting, which was held May 17.

PIONEERS
OF HOPEWELL
v COMMUNITY
S.(PUBLISHER. The
Pioneers of Hopewell
Historical Committee:
soft cover, 400 pages
PRICE* $14, or three
for $40
AVAILABLE AT: The
1914 Plant City High
School Community
Center, 605 N. Collins
St., or Plant City Photo
Archives, 119 N. Col-
lins St.
S--" INFORMATION:
Contact Lynda Fuller
at (813) 986-4844 or
(813) 716-0558, or
Hopewell Baptist Church e-mail Lynda.f
Pioneers John Robert and Sally McDonald founded Missionary @comcast.net.
Baptist Church, the Hopewell area's first church, in the 1870s.


































Photo by KEVIN HOWE
Descendants of Hopewell pioneers enjoy one another's company along with lunch during their annu-
al gathering, which also raises money for taking care of the cemetery behind the church.


"The community and
the church are so close-
ly bound together, we
compared the church
minutes with the cen-
sus, which started out
with 14 families."
LYNDA FULLER
Who directed much of the effort
to complete the book



THE CHURCH'S
INFLUENCE ON
COMMUNITY LIFE
From the minutes of the Soutn
Florida Baptist Association of
1899, held at Hopewell Baptist
Church
"Unbelief, in our opinion, is the
first sin of all sins. Procrastina-
tion, we believe, is twin sister
to unbelief. King Rum. vwe
think, comes next. Tobacco,
some will say, you had just as
well let alone, for that is not an
evil. God said. "Thou shall have
no other gods before me." He
has said that we should nave
no idol. Brethren, there are
men and women all over this
part of God's footstool, who
have made tobacco an idol. I
have known professors of
religion to go to their table and
sit down to dry bread and
water, but the tobacco had to
come for father and snuff for
mother. Snuff is tobacco in its
filthiest form. Ladies, quit it!!!
It is an idol, it is an evil, and
will rob your children. Brother,
don't use it."
Prominent Evils Confronting the
Churches Report, by chairman
J.R. Frier


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Pioneers of Hopewell Community
The Hopewell Store, near Hopewell Baptist Church, was operated
by Sam Hull. The new softcover book is filled with old photos.


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Sara Beth Frierson, from left, Don Kilgore, Gail and
Lance Ham and Muffy English hit the food line.

"I didn't really think about it until I started
getting older, but there were some really special
people ahead of us," said Sara Beth Frierson, who
married into one of Hopewell's founding families
some 50 years ago.
The pioneers came from Alabama, Georgia and
the Carolinas, on horseback and in covered wag-
ons, trickling into eastern Hillsborough County
after the third and final Seminole uprising in 1856.
The earliest known settlement in the area,
according to the new book, was a 200-acre an-
tebellum estate known as the Turner Plantation,
which likely didn't survive the War Between the
States.
A post office named Callsville was established
around 1870, when the Turners sold out and moved
on to Manatee County.
The Hopewell era would begin soon after with
the arrival of John Robert McDonald, who emigrat-
ed from Morgan County, Ala., and started Missi-
onary Baptist, the area's first church.
The McDonald family would figure prominently
in the development of the community, donating 2
acres for the cemetery and the chapel.
To this day, McDonald descendants own and
operate a funeral home beside the hallowed
ground that serves as the epicenter of Hopewell.
"The McDonalds were always very generous,"
said William Mangum, who came with his family to
Hopewell from Georgia in 1931 at the age of 5. He is,
by Hopewell standards, a newcomer.
An 1860 U.S. Census was a starting point for
those who researched the book.
"The community and the church are so closely
bound together, we compared the church minutes
with the census, which started out with 14 fami-
lies," said Lynda Fuller, who directed much of the
effort to complete the book.
By 1883, there were 21 families farming in the
area. Today, Hopewell is a community of many
cousins, a complex web of genealogy meticulously
charted in "Pioneers of Hopewell Community."
Fuller, a Frierson by birth, has identified 25 first
cousins from both sides of her family tree. Among
them: Sara Beth Frierson's husband, Samuel Lloyd,
who serves as a director of the Hopewell Church
Old Cemetery Inc., the organization that manages
the historical burial ground.
The Friersons are among 31 families featured in
the intriguing account of the men and women who
carved an enduring legacy in the Florida wilderness
before and after the Civil War.
Trapnell, Evers, Wiggins, Holloway, Bugg: Trav-
elers in this part of the county may recognize them

See HOPEWELL BOOK, Page 13 0


Pioneers of Hopewell Community
Workers pack strawberries in 1922 in a shed at Hawkins Corner, an
area near Trapnell Road and James Redman Parkway.


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HOPEWELL BOOK

Continued From Page 11

as the names of area roads. For
the descendants of Hopewell,
however, they are mothers, fa-
thers, aunts, uncles, grands
and great-grands, each with a
story to tell.
"We owe this link between
the past and the future, to our
children, and all the children
to come," wrote Martha Sue
Hawkins Skinner in her fore-
word to "Pioneers."
Skinner is one of five de-
scendants on the Pioneers of
Hopewell Historical Commit-
tee who pored over county
documents, genealogies, cen-
sus records, deed abstracts
and records of births, deaths
and marriages to piece togeth-
er the history of Hopewell.
She is the historian of the
group - a Hawkins who still
lives on the plot of land at
Trapnell and James L. Redman
Parkway homesteaded by her
great-great-grandfather in
1855. Folks in these parts still
know it as Hawkins Corner.
Donna Hull Jones, Ellouise


Ackerman Wynn and Norma
Gayle Ackerman Ham round
out the committee credited
with publishing the book.
It was a labor of love, said
Fuller, who recruited many
more cousins to help with the
task of proofreading and as-
sembling the tome, which is
filled with long-forgotten pho-
tos gleaned from attics and
family albums.
"We just .kept begging and
carrying on with the people of
the community," Fuller said.
No one was as aggressive,
though, as Helen West, a
teacher who launched the
Hopewell history project and
pursued it with a vengeance
until her death in 2005.
"We were the best of friends
since childhood," Fuller said.
"I think she knew if she died
I'd take care of it."
Fuller accompanied West
when she called on Hopewell
descendants to collect oral his-
tories and family photos.
"She wasn't at all bashful
about saying, 'Hey you must
have pictures in that old trunk
over there. Mind if I go
through that?'"
After West's death, Fuller
continued pressing families


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The 400-page tome preserves the history, heritage, traditions and
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for photos. She assembled her
research and transcribed the
oral histories West collected,
which add a rich and colorful
dimension to the Hopewell
tale.
The book is dedicated to


West, who is buried at the Old
Hopewell Cemetery beside her
aunt, Isabel Preacher, a promi-
nent Turkey Creek history
teacher. It was Preacher who
encouraged her. niece to pur-
sue the Hopewell project. Both


are descendants of the pioneer
Martin family.
Each year for the past 27,
the descendants gather at
Hopewell Baptist Church for a
pot-luck lunch and fundraiser
for the cemetery's perpetual
care fund. Business is con-
ducted, meeting minutes read
and approved and ancestors
visited on this one auspicious
day when the cousins con-
verge.
This year they gathered on
May 17 in the church's new
fellowship hall.
Jan Mount, a McDonald and
a Sparkman, journeyed from
Vermont to break bread with
her many living relations and
pay her respects to the ones
long gone - a task that en-
tailed visiting three area ceme-
teries.
The McDonalds, including
her father, Judge Harry McDo-
nald, are buried at Old Hope-
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John Clifton McDonald and his wife, Mabel Frierson, pose for a
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well. The Sparkmans rest at
Oaklawn. The Wrights, on her
husband's side, are at Myrtle
Hill.
Her daughter, Mindy
Mount, also has made the
cemetery rounds. She stopped
in Waldo on the way down
from Micanopy to visit another


relative.
At 50, Mindy Mount is one
of the youngsters in the crowd
of silver-haired relations in the
midst of their golden years.
Most everyone here has
bought more than one copy of
"Pioneers of Hopewell Com-
munity," hot off the press -
one for themselves, others to
be given to children and
grandchildren.
There is talk of passing the
torch.
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Don Kilgore, another of the
many cousins who helped with
the book.
It was hard work, Fuller said,
but it was infinitely rewarding.
"All of us are very close and
we got so much closer as a
family, as cousins, as friends,
doing this," she said.

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State Rep. Rich Glorioso was
at the microphone at a legisla-
tive delegation breakfast
Thursday when someone
asked a question about hurri-
canes and property insurance
rates.
Glorioso agreed that rates
hadn't come down as expected
and the state-backed insur-
ance pool is vulnerable.
"We have to pray to the Lord
we don't have any major
storms in the next couple of
years," he said at the Greater
Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce's annual Eggs 'n Issues
breakfast.
Next at the microphone was
state Sen. Ronda Storms, who
noted Glorioso's choice of
words.
"Can we please use a name
other than storms, [like] hurri-
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Juneteenth
June 7 is the deadline for
women's softball teams to reg-
ister for a tournament cele-
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The June 14 tournament be-
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to a contest this summer by
attending a benefit concert at
7 p.m. at Citadel of Life Cathe-
dral, 1202 S. Collins St., Plant
City. The GospelMets and a
number of other acts will
perform.
There's no admission
charge to the concert but an
offering will be accepted to
help pay for the trio's travel
expenses to the contest in the
Chicago area.

Sunday

Meet The Artist
A meet-the-artist reception
for Jesse Demolli is from 2 to 4
p.m. at Bruton Memorial Li-
brary, 302 W. McLendon St.,
Plant City. Demolli's art will
be on display at the library
during June.
Demolli, a multifaceted
artist, was born and trained in


Black Heritage Celebration
Inc. will be at Snowden Park at
Waller and Washington streets
starting at 10 a.m.
Participants already regis-
tered for the event include
local teams, plus others from
Lakeland, Dade City, Haines
City and other Central Florida
communities, said one of the
organizers, Sharon Moody.
"We did this two years ago,"
Moody said of the event.
"Right now I think we have six,
eight teams" registered. "I
don't think we want to go over
10," she added. Trophies will
be awarded to the winning
teani and runners-up.
The event will feature a disc
jockey, gospel and rap music,
food, beverages and vendors,
including a representative of
Red Bull energy drink. A radio
station, The Beat, WBTP 95.7
FM, is also scheduled to partic-
ipate, Moody said.
The entry fee is $20 per
team.
For information, call Dee
Sears, (863) 248-6761, or
Moody, (813) 453-7134.
Juneteenth gatherings are
traditionally held across the
nation to commemorate June
19, 1865, when Union soldier
arrived in Galveston, Texas to
announce the end of the Civil
War and the end of slavery.
George Wilkens


Florence, Italy. His exhibit,
including landscapes, city
scenes and portraits, will be
available for viewing during
regular library hours.
There's no charge for the
reception and refreshments
will be served. Call (813) 757-
9215.

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rich with achievements for the
athletic programs at Plant City
and Durant high schools.
Teams from the schools ex-
celled in many sports in 2007-
08, from flag football to boys
basketball.
As the school year draws to
a close, here's a look at 10 of
the top sports stories:
* A preseason soccer tour-
nament set the tone for Plant
City's season. The Raiders
won the early November
event at Wharton and then
kept winning and didn't lose
until the middle of January.
The Raiders' boys soccer
team set a record for victories.
Led by goal scorers Stevie La-
mas and Jonathan Dupree, the
Raiders got out to a 12-0-2
start.
Plant City won the district
championship, coming from
behind to beat Sarasota in the
semifinals and then winning
one of the more exciting
games in school history, 5-4
against Sarasota Riverview to
win the title.
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of football players go through
the college ranks with honors,
but never had a Cougar been
selected in the National Foot-
ball League draft.
That is until April, when
Trae Williams was chosen by
the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars.
Williams was a star running
back and kick returned at Du-


rant, scoring four long touch-
downs against Lakeland in a
2002 win. Recruited only by
the University of South Flori-
da and University of Central
Florida, Williams chose the
Tampa school and was trans-
formed into a defensive back:
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the USF secondary as a start-
ing cornerback for his last
three seasons there.
Jacksonville selected Wil-
liams in the fifth round.
SWith the exception of
football, perhaps no other
sport brings out the best in
the Durant-Plant City rivalry
as does baseball. Fans always
come out in droves, and the
matchups are always intense.
But for a rivalry, there needs
to be strong competition be-
tween the teams. And though
Plant City had in recent years
come close to beating Durant,
the *series has always been
exceptionally one-sided in the
Cougars' favor. But for the
first time in a regular season
game, the Raiders won. On
March 13, Ross Kip had the
game-pinning hit, and Aaron
Gerbasi and Kip combined to
shut out Durant 2-0.
The Cougars won the re-
match a month later, but the
stage was set. Plant City has
established itself as a near-
equal with Durant in baseball
- and promises for some
slam-bang action in the fu-
ture.
* In the .six sports where
athletes can compete individ-


Durant's Amy West reached
the state golf tournament for
the second year in a row.
ually for the state champi-
onship, five of them had a
Raider, Cougar or both do so.
As always, the Cougars were
well-represented at the state
wrestling meet, with Yamil
Crespo, Nick Hadick, Alex
Hamm and Christian Reed all
making it to The Lakeland
Center. Travis Vollick was the
only Raider to reach the 3A
finals, but he also made it the
furthest of the locals, reaching
the semifinals and finishing
with a 3-2 record.
Distance runner Grace Van-
DeGrift, a rising star freshman
for Durant, made both the
cross country and track state
meets, posting a pair of top-10
finishes at the latter. Plant
City's Jasmine Pope came in
eighth in the state long jump


Plant City High's Stephanie
Barker made it to the finals of
the 50-yard freestyle race.
and nearly qualified in two
other events.
Durant's Amy West was
outstanding in golf, reaching"
the state tournament for a
second year in a row after
placing second at the regional
tourney.
Durant seniors Chris Plante
and Kaylee Doback capped off
stellar Cougar careers with
their best finishes ever at the
state diving meet, where both
had qualified, for a third
straight year. And Plant City's
Stephanie Barker made the
finals of the 50-yard freestyle
race.
Barker earned a swimming
scholarship at Florida Atlantic
University, one of many ath-
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letes from Plant City or Du-
rant who signed with Division
I schools. Plant City's Mark
Popek will play football at
USF, and softball team catch-
er Kendall Dawson is headed
to the University of Alabama.
* For a loss to make the top
10 sports stories of the year it
must have been a special one,
and that was the case for the
Raider football team. Arm-
wood High School had made a
habit of destroying most of its
Hillsborough County oppo-
nents and had beaten the
Raiders 42-7 and 39-0 the pre-
vious two meetings.
Armwood entered Raider
Stadium with a 6-0 record,
having not allowed more than
nine points in a game and
having scored at least 26. The
Hawks put up 14 points in the
first quarter and remarkably,
that was it. A long touchdown
run by Sirchauncey Holloway
pulled the Raiders to within
14-10.
In the second half, Arm-
wood reached inside the Raid-
er 10-yard line three times
only to get turned away. It was
an electric night at Raider
Stadium, and the Hawks were
just happy to leave with a win.
No other team scored in
double figures against Arm-
wood until the state semifi-
nals, where the Hawks fell
34-14 to eventual 4A champi-
on Miami Washington.
* John Mitchell has grown
up as a basketball player, who
more or less ventured into
running as a hobby. The Du-
rant junior has had moderate
success in cross country but
nothing at the track level until
this season.


Durant High's volleyball team
made it to the state semifinals
behind the efforts of such
players as senior Alexa Donini.

Mitchell put forth a stun-
ning effort in the mile run at
last month's Class 4A state
track meet, winning the mile
run.
Mitchell pulled away from
his chief rival, Sickles' Derek
Wehuht, in the last half-lap. It
was Durant's first individual
title in track.
* When the state softball
finals moved to Plant City
Stadium in 2006, both local
schools dreamed of someday
playing for a championship in
front of the home crowd. But
in 2006 and 2007, neither
team made it past the first
round of the playoffs.
Durant got to live the
dream this year. The Cougars,
who had a dramatic extra-
inning rally to defeat Plant
City in the district finals, got
over a couple of humps to win
the regional title.
Senior standouts Sara De-
Muth and Kristen Jones had
never won a first-round game
until Durant handled Gaither,
then the. Cougars took care of
Countryside, which had end-


ed Durant's season the last
three times they played.
A home victory against
West Orange landed Durant
in the state semis. Though the
Cougars lost to Palm Beach
Gardens, Durant almost came
back from behind 5-1 in the
10th inning.
The game drew the best
attendance of the weeklong
event.
*. There was another great
run from a spring sports
team. Playing at the varsity
level for only its second sea-
son, Plant City made it all the
way to the state champion-
ship in flag football.
Led by the athletic talent of
quarterback Quet Shaw, and
bolstered by a strong defense,
the Raiders were never threat-
ened in a perfect regular sea-
son. In the district tourna-
ment game, Plant City had to
hold its breath to defeat Du-
rant 14-10.
After that it was a classic
battle against fellow 12-0
team, Freedom High. In what
had to easily be the most
dramatic finish of any game
played at Raider Stadium all
year, Plant City scored a last-
ditch touchdown to force
overtime. Twice in the over-
time, the Raiders were in a
must-score situation, and
Shaw hit Tekeyah Clark for a
pass both times.
The duo then connected
again for the winning point-
after pass for a 27-26 triple
overtime win that sent the
Raiders to Boca Raton for the
state quarterfinals. In two
days, Plant City posted victo-
ries against undefeated Dun-
* edin and Jupiter before suc-
cumbing to defending cham-
pion Tallahassee Leon in the
finals.
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state final, in any sport, since
1982.
* Also making the finals,
and perhaps given even less
of a shot to do so, was the
Durant High volleyball team.
While the Cougars had a fine
regular season, breaking Sar-
asota Riverview's three-year
hold on the district title, noth-
ing Durant did suggested it
would go as far as it did.
But with a trio of seniors,
Aly Anzalone, Alexa Donini
and Stephanie Eukovich, who
obviously weren't ready for
their careers to end, the Cou-
gars showed state-caliber
stuff in the second round of
the playoffs. Durant achieved
an intense, four-set win at
Sickles that earned the Cou-
gars a home date against Or-"
lando Edgewater in the region
finals. It was a tough match,
but the Cougars prevailed to
advance to the state semis at
The Lakeland Center.
In the 6A semis, Durant


beat Jupiter 25-22, 25-22, 23-
25 and 25-22 before losing to
powerhouse Gainesville Bu-
choltz.
* Back in the day, Plant
City Raider basketball meant
as much to this town as a
sport could to a community.
When Horace Broadnax led
the Raiders to the state
championship in 1982, bas-
ketball engulfed Plant City.
And it stayed that way for a
decade-plus. The Raiders
were nationally ranked in
1987, and then the Russell
Evans era began in '90 and
crowds overflowed for the
next four years. Evans, still
Hillsborough County's all-
time leading scorer, led the
Raiders to the final four in his
senior season.
Only one Raider team even
made a district tournament
final after that, but no play-
offs. And though the hoops
passion was still flickering, it
was never able to completely
explode - until this year.
With first-year coach Dale
Chambers and longtime as-
sistant Dave Robbins at the
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progressed, the signs were
there. Getting to the playoffs,
naturally, was no breeze as
Sarasota made it tough in the
district semifinals. But the
Raiders won that game. A
loss to Lakeland in the dis-
trict finals meant Plant City
had to hit the road.
First it was a convincing
win at Sickles, then came the
game that will go down as
the signature performance
for the starting lineup, Chan-
ning Woodall, Rod Hender-
son, Steve Hardnett, Denzel
Drone and Josh Thiebe.
Against a top 10 Lakeland
team, one that had beaten
the Raiders three times out of
three, Plant City played at its
highest level and won 77-68.
What was almost as excit-
ing as the play on the court
was the fan support off of it.
At Lakeland, and in the re-
gional final in Apopka against
Orlando Evans, the Raiders
had more fan support than
the home team. Plant City
lost the game 70-52.
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Movie listings are submitted by Bay
area theaters. They are subject to
change without notice. These listings
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Baby Mama (PG-13) 2:10, 4:55, 7:30, 10:10 p.m.
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (PG)
12:30,1:10,1:40, 2:20, 2:50, 3:45, 4:20, 5, 5:45,
6:30, 7, 7:35, 8:30, 9:15, 9:45,10:15 p.m.
The Forbidden Kingdom (PG-13) 1:35, 7:20 p.m.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall (R) 5:05, 7:50,10:30
p.m.
Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantananio Bay
(R) 4:20,10:20 p.m.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
(PG-13) 12:45, 1:20, 2:05, 3, 3:30, 4:05, 4:45,
5:15, 6:15, 6:45, 7"15, 7:45, 8:15, 9:30,10,10:30
p.m.
Iron Man (PG-13) 12:15,1,1:45, 2:15, 4, 4:35, 5:10,
6:55, 7:25, 8:05, 8:35, 9:55,10:25 p.m.


Made of Honor (PG-13) 1:25, 4:25, 7:05, 9:50 p.m.
Speed Racer (PG) 1:50, 2:45, 2:45, 6:20, 6:20, 9:40,
9:40 p.m.
What Happens in Vegas (PG-13) 1:30, 3:05, 4:15,
5:30, 7:10, 9:35 p.m.

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Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
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The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (PG) 8:45
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College Road Trip (G) 11:25 p.m.

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Iron Man (PG-13) 1, 2, 3:30, 4:30, 6:30, 7, 9, 9:30
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The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (PG)
10:05,10:35, 11 a.m., 1:05, 1:35, 2, 4:05, 4:35, 5,
7:05, 7:35, 8,10,10:30 p.m.
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Speed Racer (PG) 10:40 a.m., 1:30, 4:20, 7:10,
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What Happens in Vegas (PG-13) 10:10 a%., 1:40,
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Drillbit Taylor (PG-13) 7:10 p.m.
Leatherheads (PG-13) 7 p.m.
Superhero Movie (PG-13) 7:05 p.m.

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The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (PG) 8:50
p.m.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
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Iron Man (PG-13) 11:15 p.m.
Step Up 2 the Streets (PG-13) 11:30 p.m.

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Baby Mama (PG-13) 12:30, 3:20, 5:40, 8,10:30
p.m.
The Chronicles of Namia: Prince Caspian (PG)
10:55,11:40 a.m., 12:45,1:25,2, 3, 3:55, 4:35,
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7:15, 7:50, 8:20, 9, 9:30,10:05,10:40,11:15 p.m.
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Made of Honor (PG-13) 11:35 a.m., 2:25, 5:05, 7:35,
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Speed Racer (PG) 12:35, 3:35, 7:05,10:10 p.m.
What Happens in Vegas (PG-13) 10:50 a.m., 12:10,
105, 2:30, 3:30, 4:50, 6:20, 7:25, 8:40, 9:50,
11:05 p.m.

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Juniors Win 14 Awards
Plant City Junior Woman's Club members who attended the
recent 113th Florida Federation of Women's Clubs annual con-
vention in Orlando included Sheri Dusse, from left, Racquel
Sturgis, Bobbie Ehrenfeld and Nia Ramo. The club earned 14
awards, including Michelle Wegner receiving the Mary Ann
Taylor Child Advocacy Award for her dedication, commitment
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at Jewish Towers, where kosher
meals are served. These are the
meals for June 2-6.
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sandwich, whole-grain bread
with mayonnaise, pineapple
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Tuesday: Barbecue pork


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Baptist Hospital

FEB. 28: A daughter, Layla, to
Jessica and Gary Jones of Mul-
berry; a son, Kaiden, to Charme-
ka Perry and Maurice Anderson
of Plant City
FEB. 29: A son, Christopher, to
Crystal Duty and Steve Bergeron
of Plant City
MARCH 4: A son, Henry, to
Sherry and Conrad Varnum of
Plant City; a daughter, Dylann,
to Katherine Grainger and Za-
chary Varnum of Lakeland
MARCH 5: A daughter, Kalon,
td Kerrie Powell and Jalen Shep-
herd of Plant City
MARCH 6: A son, Robert, to
Cynthia and Ronald Wingate of
Plant City; a daughter, Faith, to
Bridgette and Brian Owens of
Plant City


MARCH 7: a daughter, Rebec-
ca, to Ruth Gregory-Campbell
and Joshua Campbell of Plant
City; a daughter, Tani, to Penny
and Lars Mikkelsen of Auburn-
dale
MARCH 8: A son, Charles, to
Wendy and Harold Minton of
Plant City
MARCH 10: a daughter, Alys-
sa, to Melissa and Christopher
Chancey of Plant City
MARCH 11: A son, Jose, to
Vanessa and Jose Martinez of
Plant City
MARCH 14: A daughter, Ma-
Kayla, to Tiffany Cooper and
Travis Fussell of Winter Haven;
a son, Jordan, toShea and J.B.
Bagley of Valrico
MARCH 15: A daughter, Wil-
low, to Michele Braxton and
Chris Sampson of Plant City
MARCH 17: A daughter, Elexa,
to Brittany Hoverkamp and
Keith Reece of Plant City; a
daughter, Rachel, to Christie and
Sean Ball of Plant City


MARCH 21: A daughter, Naky-
lah, to Bobbi Bogus and Calvin
McCarter of Plant City; a son,
Nicholas, to Erica Murray of
Plant City
MARCH 22: A daughter, Loise,
to Alene Clark of Plant City
MARCH 24: A daughter, Kee-
lyn, to Reynalda Correa and
Rafael Villagomez of Seffner; a
daughter, Lilia, to Emily and Eli
Bourie of Plant City
MARCH 25: A daughter, Ala-
na, to Tiffany and Alan McClel;
land of Plant City; a daughter,
Sofia, to Viviana Sandoval of
Plant City
MARCH 31: A daughter, Lily,
to Tabetha and Walter Haynes
of Plant City
APRIL 1: A son, James, to
Victoria and James Stalvey of
Plant City; a son, Josue, to De-
nise Lopez and Josue Leon of
Plant City
APRIL 2: A daughter, Sydney,
to Sunnie and Michael Walden
of Mulberry; a daughter, Olivia,


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to Amber Thompson and Rich-
ard Daniels of Winter Haven
APRIL 7: A son, Michael, to
Jessica and Michael Christmas
of Valrico
APRIL 9: A son, Robert, to
Luanna and Robert Colwell Jr. of
Lithia
APRIL 10: A son, Logan, to
Jessica and Joshua Raysin of
Winter Haven
APRIL 14: A daughter, Brianna,
to Mandi and Michael Helling of
Riverview; a son, Hunter, to
Amanda and Shaun Swindle of
Plant City
APRIL 16: A daughter, Julie, to
Sherry Thames and Rufus Jor-
dan of Plant City
APRIL 17: A daughter, Jacque-


line, to Elizabeth Galindo and
Juan Valle of Plant City; a
daughter, Laila, to Gabriela Lira
and Oscar Ramirez of Plant City
APRIL 18: A son, Zayveon, to
Nichelle Taylor and Marcus
Springfield of Plant City
APRIL 22: A son, Samuel, to
Samantha Wines of Plant City; a
son, Brody, to Laurie Williamson
and Sir Chancey Holloway of
Plant City; a daughter, Nyomi, to
Haley and Jared Mattio of Plant
City; a daughter, Erin,-to Carmen
and Dennis Brownlee of Dover; a
daughter, Aisling, to Sheryl and
Scott Bane of Plant City
APRIL 23: A son, Ernesto Jr.,

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For The New Yorker


Florida Strawberry Festival queen Kristen Smith and her court recently posed for photographs that
will accompany an article in The New Yorker magazine. Photographer Brian Fiske focuses his camera
on, from left, Amanda Sparkman, Britney Balliet, Smith, first maid Shaunie Surrency and .Jaclyn Rau-
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LET TER S


EDITOR'S NOTE: Deborah Flock's fifth-
grade class at Jackson Elementary
School in Plant City sent in the follow-
ing letters to the editor indicating their
concern with the water shortage facing
our state today and in the future:

Water Is Valuable
Did you know that Georgia
and Tennessee are running
out of water? Do you think our
state will be next?
I know if we don't start


conserving water we will
probably run out, too. I want
to remind people that it is
easy to use water wisely.
* Turn off the water while
brushing teeth.
* Take shorter showers.
* Only run the dishwasher
when it is full.
* Get low flow toilets.
* Turn off the hose when
washing the car.
I want to ask everyone to


conserve water every day. If
we run out of water we won't
have any to drink. We won't
be able to do the things we
want to do every day. Water
is necessary for life. We need
to understand that water is
valuable.
ALLISON JOHNSON


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Use Water Wisely
Georgia, Georgia, sweet
Georgia has been on our
minds because Lake Lanier,
the water supply for much of
Georgia, is going dry. We
need to think about how we
too could be in short supply
of water in the future.
We need to conserve wa-
ter, which means we need to
use water wisely! It is up to
each of us to take shorter
showers, turn off water when
not using it and practice all
sorts of ways to save water.
I want to pass on another
amazing fact. Each person in
America uses about 140 gal-
lons of water every day! That
is a lot of water! We need to
know that many other coun-
tries don't use even one-half
of that amount per person.
When I grow up I want to
have kids and I want them to
have water. Water is neces-
sary for life so we must keep
water on our minds and use
it wisely.
MORGAN DAVIS


Make Water Last
We have to conserve water
now! That means we must
use water wisely. For ex-
ample, don't let the water
run while you wash a car or
give the dog a bath.
Don't let water leaks go,
fix them. A small leak can


waste over 70 gallons of
water in one week. Use only
the water you need but take
care not to waste it. If we
continue to waste water we
will be like Georgia, no wa-
ter!
We only have a small
amount of freshwater on
this earth. Ninety-seven
percent of the water is salty
and only 1 percent is avail-
able for us to use. Conserve
water so that we will have
enough to last a long, long
time.
JAYQUAN MOORE


Save Our Water Now
I may only be 10 years old
but I know that we need to
conserve water! I also know
that if we don't we will be
out of it just like Georgia. We
need to conserve water by
using it wisely. We need to
think before we waste even a
drop of water.
Some scientists say that in
10 years Florida will be in
great need of water. This is
because we don't save wa-
ter, we waste it! We need to
use the lessons we have
been learning and make
good choices when it comes
to how we use water.
Instead of "SOS," we
should have "SOW," Save
Our Water ... Now!
SAMANTHA FEDELES



Why Aren't Gas Taxes
On Receipts?


After you fill up your gas
tank with either gas or diesel
fuel, do you take a good look
at the gas receipt?
Have you ever noticed
that there is no tax informa-
tion on the gas receipt?
I recently made a pur-
chase at Home Depot. The
subtotal was $35.45 and the
sales tax was $2.49 for a total
of $37.94.
Is it too complicated for
an oil companies to put a tax
line on gas receipts at gas
stations?
Is the tax line kept off the
gas receipts deliberately by
politicians to keep custom-
ers ill informed on gas taxes?
ROBERT F. SAWALLESH


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AREA BIRTHS

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to Darlene Rosales and Ernesto
Vidal of Plant City; a daughter,
Victoria, to Norma and Jose
Guerrero Sr. of Plant City; a son,
Ty'Quez, to Demeica Davis and
Booker Green of Plant City
APRIL 24: A daughter, Sara, to
Carla Manion and Lucas Landis


of Plant City
APRIL 26: A son, Ronan, to
Ashley Ewing of. Plant City
APRIL 28: A daughter, Gabri-
ela, to Yadira and Jose Caban of
Dover; a daughter, Keyana, to
Jennifer and Lorenzo Martinez
of Seffner; a son, Landyn, to
Tiffany Gimblet and Stephen
Jackson of Plant City
APRIL 30: A son, Moemin, to
Najet and Monsef Bouazizi of
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PLANT CITY - Dale Cham-
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whose team made it to the
regional finals of the state
playoffs, is trying to set an-
other precedent.
"As far as I know, there's
never been a basketball camp
done by the school," Cham-
bers said.
Chambers has scheduled a
trio of weeklong basketball
camps for youth ages 7
through 15. The first Raiders
Coed Basketball Camp is
scheduled for June 9-12, with
other camps set for July 7-12
and July 21-24.
All of the camps will be
conducted at the Plant City
High gymnasium.
"I'm not expecting a huge
turnout for the first year but
at least I want to get it start-


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be first rate."
Chambers will serve as the
camp director. He promises
"unique fundamental in-
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allows each player to maxi-
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while improving on skill lev-
els.
Cost of the camp is
$75.Each day's activity goes
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For a camp brochure, call
Chambers at (443) 668-2729.
Last week Chambers
helped conduct a free clinic
at Burney Elementary
School, set up by Principal
Sally Stevens. Nine Raider
players helped demonstrate
drills and had lunch with the
students.
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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY - What do
O'Brien's Irish Pub, Walden
Lake Golf and Country Club,
the Plant City Boys & Girls


Club and University of South
Florida football have in com-
mon?
The answer is a fundraiser
Sunday.
O'Brien's is sponsoring its
second annual Charity Golf
Classic, with proceeds used to
send members of the local
youth club to a USF football
game at Raymond James Sta-


dium in Tampa this fall. The
four-man scramble will have a
shotgun start at 12:30 p.m.,
with the field limited to the
first 36 teams.
The $100 green fee will pro-
vide each player the round of
golf with cart,., range balls,
lunch, beverages, a golf goody-
bag, a golf shirt and an awards
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O'Brien's, 1701 S. Alexander St.
Bernie O'Brien, a part-own-
er of the Plant City restaurant,
and founder of the Carroll-
wood location, said the charity
tournament is almost full.
"We wanted to limit the
number of teams to 36, which
will put 144 players on the golf
course," O'Brien said. "We
have had a very good response
from the community." ,
Each year O'Brien's restau-
rants sponsor charity golf tour-
naments to benefit non-profit
organizations in the area,
O'Brien said. There are four
O'Brien's establishments in
Hillsborough County includ-
ing the original in Carroll-
wood. The others are in Bran-
don; Plant City and most re-
cently, Riverview/Summer-
field.
"We haven't determined all
of the details," O'Brien said.
"But the plan is to get all the
members of the Plant City
Boys & Girls Club and their
chaperones to Raymond
James Stadium for a USF foot-
ball game."
O'Brien is the 2008 chair-
man of the Outback Bowl in
Tampa. He also serves on the


executive board for the annual
college bowl game.
"We want the members and
chaperones to also take part in
a pre-game tailgate barbecue,"
O'Brien said. "This is one way
we can give back to a commu-
nity that has been very sup-
portive of the restaurant in
Plant City."
Sharon Moody, the director
of the Boys & Girls Clubs in
Plant City, said her conversa-
tions with O'Brien have caused
a lot of excitement in the club.
"Bernie has asked us to
bring two club members to the
June 1 golf tournament,"
Moody said. "I think it's great
that O'Brien's has chosen our
organization as a beneficiary
of the event. I'm sure the club
members will be excited to see
a Bulls game at Raymond
James Stadium. It will prob-
ably be the first college game
for them. And for many the
first time they have been in-
side the stadium."
For information, call
O'Brien at (813) 764-8818.

Reporter George H. Newman can
be reached at (813) 865-4451 or
gnewman@tampatrib.com.


Seeking Space for
Head Start/Early
Hillsborough Head Start Centers
County
Hillsborough County Head Start/
Early Head Start is urgently seeking
facility space in the communities of
Brandon and Plant City to provide
quality early childhood services to
residents.
The facility should be approximately
. 3,500 - 4,000 square feet with access
to a playground or the space to
build one.

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YOUTH SIGNUPS

Baseball
AGES 5-14: The University of Tampa will con-
duct camps for boys between June 9 and Aug. 8
and a high school camp June 26-29. Call Sam Mi-
litello at (813) 253-6240, ext. 3673 or visit tam-
pabaseballcamps.coim. . -
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.
COLLEGIATE: A league for current and future
college players is conducting registrations. Call
Dick Neitz at (813) 961-2388.
COLLEGIATE: The Florida West Coast Colle-
giate Baseball League is seeking current and
future college players. Call Don Reigle at (727)
347-1108 or visit ballcharts.com/collegiateba-
seball.
Basketball
AGES 6-14: Plant High coach Mike Phillips will
direct boys camps between June 9 and July 25.
Contact him at (813) 272-3033, ext. 266 or mi-
chael.phillips@sdhc.k12.fl.Us.
AGES 6-16: Tampa Catholic High coach Nancy
Kroll will direct girls camps between July 7 and
18. Contact her at (813) 368-9736 or la-
dy40hoops@aol.com or visit tampacatholi-
c.org.
AGES 6-18: University of South Florida coach
Stan Heath will direct boys camps between
June 9 and July 17. Contact Tommy 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.
ContactTodd Price at (813) 356-1525, ext.635or
todd.price@sdhc.kl2.fl.us.
AGES 7-15: Plant City High coach Dale Cham-
bers 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.cha-
pin@sdhc.kl2.fl.us.
AGES 9-16: Brandon High coach Mark Her-
mann will direct camps for boys between June
16 and July 18. Call (813) 744-8120, ext. 287 or
visit brandonhoops.com.
AGES 9-16: Elite Sports Academy is conducting
registrations for camps and clinics. Call (813)
309-7653 or visit fundamentalsll0.com.
AGES 12-U/15-U: The Clearwater Heatwave
boys teams needs players. Visit clearwater-
heatwave.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 players for a
boys travel team. Call (813) 506-1493.
GRADES K-9: Tampa Catholic High coach Don
Dziagwa will direct camps between June 16 and
July 3. Contact him at (813) 870-0860 or ddziag-
wa@tampacatholic.org or visit tampacatholi-
c.org.
GRADES K-12: 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@admin.usf.edu.
GRADES 3-8: Jesuit High coach Neal Goldman
will direct boys camps between June 16 and 27.
Call (813) 877-5344, ext. 228.
GRADES 4-9: Newsome High coach Jon Mack-
ey will direct camps between June 9 and 19.
Contact him at (813) 740-4600, ext. 525 or
jon.mackey@sdhc.kl2.fl.us.
GRADES 4-11: The Citrus Park Hoyas are con-
ducting registrations for the summer season.
Visit eteams.com/tbbo or call (813) 908-8816.
GRADES 4-11: The North Tampa Spartans are
conducting registrations for the summer sea-
son. Call (813) 451-5488 or e-mail m_1969@ya-
hoo.com.
GRADES 4-11: The South Tampa Cowboys are
conducting registrations for the summer sea-
son. Visit eteams.com/tbbo or call (813) 918-
4071.
Football/Cheerleading
AGES 4-14: The Bay Area Raiders will conduct
registrations June 8,29 and July 13. Visittampa-
raiders.com or call Melinda Moore at (813) 837-
8996.
AGES 4-14: The Seahawks of Tampa Bay will


conduct registrations May 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 4-15i The Chargers Athletic Club has lim-
ited openings.-Call (813) 299-8143.
AGES 4-16: The Turkey Creek Trojans will con-
duct registrations June 7 and 21. Call Teresa At-
kins at (813) 781-5080 or Betty Goddard at (813)
737-1802.
AGES 4-18: The Florida Wildcat All-Star Cheer-
leaders will conduct tryouts for boys and girls in
May. Call Unda Martinez at (813) 558-6675 or
visit floridawildcatallstars.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 starsathletic-
s.com.
AGES 5-15: The New Tampa Sharks will con-
duct registrations for cheerleaders May 31. E-
mail newtampacheer@aol.com or visit new-
tampasharks.com.
AGES 5-15: The New Tampa Wildcats have
openings. Call Richard Berg for football at (813)
977-1265 or Denise Meier for cheerleading at
(813) 929-6974 or visit newtampawildcats.org.
AGES 5-15: The South Shore Junior Longhorns
are accepting applications for cheerleading.
Visit ssjlonghorns.com or (813) 641-2561.
AGES 5-15: The South Tampa Titans are con-
ducting registrations for football. Call (813) 924-
2841 or visit southtampatitans.com.
AGES 5-15: The Sulphur Springs Cowboys con-
duct registrations every Saturday. Call Sharon
Davis at (813) 270-0849.
AGES 5-16: The Dover Patriots are conducting
registrations. Visit doverpatriots.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 volun-
teer 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
rho_doug2000@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 Highfootball coach David
Mitchell will direct camps between June 9 and
July 11. Call (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@jesuittampa.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
mboza@tampabay.rr.com.
DRAGON BOATING: The Tampa Bay Dragon
Boat Club is seeking new members 14 and older.
Call (813) 471-1548.
FITNESS: Bell Shoals Baptist Academy will
host a boot camp June 9-12 for grades 6-8. Call
(813) 365-0308.
FUTSAL: Indoor5v5 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 ju-
nior 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.
MEETING: Lennard High will conduct a fall
sports meeting May 28 for athletes and par-
ents. Call David New at (813) 641-5611.
POLE VAULTING: Dave Watson will direct
camps for ages 13 and older between June 9
and July 10. Contact him at (813) 453-5172 or da-
vid.watson@sdhc.kl2.fl.us.
SAILING: The Davis Island Youth Sailing Foun-
dation will conduct camps for boys and girls be-
tween June 9 and Aug. 15. Call (813) 728-1814 or
e-mail learntosail2008@yahoo.com.
SKATEBOARDING: Skatepark of Tampa will
host competitions for boys and girls June 14.
Call (813) 621-6793 or visit skateparkoftampa-
.com.
TWIRLING: Heather's School of Baton Twirling
is offering lessons for boys and girls at the be-
ginner level. Contact Heather Holloway at (813)
928-2823 or hsbt@tampabay.rr.com.
Multisport
AGES 5-18: Former professional Travis Quesa-
da will conduct baseball and softball clinics be-


tween June 9 and July 18. Call (813) 477-7524.
AGES 6-12: Rookies Baseball and Softball
Academy will conduct camps between June 9
and July 17. Call (813) 857-2847.
AGES 6-14: The Saladino Baseball Academy
will conduct baseball and softball camps be-
tween June 9 and Aug. 15. Call (813) 684-8226.
BERKELEY PREP: Baseball, basketball and
football camps are scheduled in June. Call (813)
885-1673, ext. 2318 or visit berkeleyprep.org/
summer.
Soccer
AGES 3-8: Lake Magdalene United Methodist
Church will conduct registrations through July
31 for its fall league. Call Pam Evanoff at (813)
961-1254, ext. 210 or visit Imumc.org.
AGES 6-18: The University of South Florida
women's program will host camps between
June 15 and July 25. Visit bullssoccercamp-
s.com or contact Chris Brown at (813) 504-8993
or chrisbrown@admin.usf.edu.
AGES 9-14: Unlimited Motion Soccer Academy
will conduct indoor summer camps for boys and
girls. Contact Mike Connell at (813) 948-5500 or
mike@unlimitedmotionsoccer.com.
AGES U-8/U-18: The Valrico Soccer Club will
conduct registrations in May. Visit valricosoc-
cer.com.
AGES U-8/U-19: The Brandon Area Youth Soc-
cer League will conduct tryouts May 27 through
June 1. Visit brandonsoccer.com or contact
Steve Peet at (813) 684-5948, ext. 4 or coach-
ing@brandonsoccer.com.
AGES U-8/U-17: The Wesley Chapel Soccer
Club will conduct tryouts May 27-31. Visit wes-
leychapelsoccer.com.
AGES U-9/U-18: Goalkeeper training is avail-
able. Call Ricky Davis at (813) 967-3227.
AGES U-9/U-18: The South Hillsborough Soc-
cer League is conducting tryouts. Visit shslsoc-
cer.com or call (813) 671-4474.
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 florida-
soccerclub.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@veri-
zon.net.
AGES 9-14: Plant City High coach Heidi Kouv-
eras will direct camps between June 13 and
Aug. 2. Call Larry Langston at (813) 659-4200,
ext. 4302 or visit plantcitygov.com.
AGES 10-U: The Miss Tampa Bay Bandits need
an experienced pitcher. Call (813) 655-4392.
Swimming
AGES 5-18: Swim Tampa Aquatics is seeking
new and experienced swimmers for a year-
round team. Call Scott Parlett at (813) 546-4894.
AGES 5-UP: Bob Sierra YMCA hosts several
programs. Contact Justin Boudreaux at (813)
269-9404, ext. 204 or justin.boudreaux@tam-
paymca.org.
AGES 6-10: Tampa Bay Aquatics is conducting
tryouts for its competitive team. E-mail tampa-
bayaquatics@yahoo.com to schedule an ap-
pointment.
Tennis
AGES 4-UP: A USNTA certified coach is offer-
ing lessons. Call (813) 486-8909 or e-mail coach-
valencia@msn.com.
AGES 4-18: The Plant City Tennis Center will
host programs between June 4 and Aug. 10. Call
(813) 707-7485.
AGES 6-18: Universe Sport Management will
begin camps throughout Hillsborough County
on June 9, July 7 and Aug. 4. Free clinics are
scheduled May 29 and June 26. Contact Vlado
Pehar at (813) 810-5761 or vpehar@universe-
sport.com.
AGES 7-14: Target Tennis Camps are scheduled
throughout Hillsborough County. Call (813) 264-
8759 by June 16.
Volleyball
AGES 8-16: Brandon High coach Amy Watson
will direct camps between June 23 and Aug. 1.
Contact her at (813) 744-8120, ext. 269 or
amy.watson@sdhc.kl2.fl.us.
GRADES 4-12: Bloomingdale High coach Bon-
nie Hess will direct camps between June 9 and
19. Call (813) 744-8018, ext. 467 or 689-5795 or
visit bloomingdale.mysdhc.org.
GRADES 6-12: Bayshore Christian School
coach Melanie Humenansky will direct a camp
June 16-20. Call (813) 610-7575.
GRADES 6-12: Hillsborough Community Col-
lege will host a camp for middle schools June 2-6
and high schools June 9-13. Visit hccfl.edu/ath-
letics.
Send announcements at least two weeks in ad-
vance 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.


Ralston Lived His



Life To The Fullest


By BOB AUSTIN
Tribune correspondent
When former Florida
Lanes manager Bill Ralston,
who died May 6, was told by
doctors last September the
cancer that had invaded his
lungs was terminal, he faced
the inevitable with the same
grace and style he displayed
throughout his 53 years.
He continued operating
his cleaning business, run-
ning a Ronald McDonald
house and assisting senior
bowlers during their tourna-
ments.
It was the only way Ral-
ston knew how to continue
to live, although he knew
that life had less than a year
remaining.
"He had bronchitis for
years," said Ralston's moth-
er, Eleanore Ralston. "He was
treated for a number of years
for bronchitis, but it never
went away. He started smok-
ing at age 17 and attempted
to quit several times. Last
September, doctors found a
lump on the left side of one
of his lungs, then discovered
another lump on the other
lung."
Ralston was born March 4,
1955, at Fort Rucker, Ala.
After graduating from Mil-
ford High School in Milford,
Conn., he became one of the
youngest bowling managers
in Tampa when he took over
the reins of Florida Lanes in
1978 at age 23.
After leaving the bowling
business in the early 1990s,
he formed B&B Enterprises,
a company that cleaned bars
and new homes.
Ralston is survived by his
loving parents, William and
Eleanore Ralston and sisters
Betty Lowery and Vivien
Folsom.
A memorial service will be
Saturday at the Oak Grove
Church of God at 11 a.m.

BAILEY ROLLS 300: Mark
Bailey, in the Pin Chasers
Veterans Keglers Mens
League, was perfect in the
second game of a 723 series.
He began with 249, threw 12
straight strikes, then ended
with 174.


LOCAL BOWLING


FLORIDA LANES: Greg Salm-
on accomplished his first 300
last week in the Ball and
Chain League. His 687 series
also led the men's scoring.
Other scores for the men
were Xavier Chisholm 674,
Chris Amato 257-673 and
Scott Stanton 249. Jo Jenkins'
201 and Janice Harmon's 543
led the women.

PIN CHASERS MIDTOWN:
The team of Robbie Martin,
Bobby Atha, Jason Abraham
and Cavin Wills won the
year-end rolloff in the Pepsi
League, defeating Anthony
Pullara, Gabe Dalton, Buddy
Bunford and Dale Kolesar,
448-432.
In the Sardegna's Pro
Shop Industrial League, the
Five of A Kind team, with
Dennis Arnold, Ron Baker,
Paul Fritz, Eric Dixon and
twins Steve and Ryan Mek-
deci, captured the league
rolloff with a seven-pin vic-
tory over the Patriot Insur-
ance team, composed of
Nick Krovich Jr., Steve Lin-
ville, Chuck Scheer, Mark
Whitehead and John DeMott.

AMF UNIVERSITY LANES: Eric
Rothman's 288-707 was the
pacesetter for the men last
week.
Following Rothman were
Brian O'Donnell 236-643,
Chuck Duncan 226-643, Basil
Orr 257-642, Chris Hickman
234-612 and Milt Karceski
245-605. Kristina Duncan's
209 and Cindy Clark's 517 led
the women scorers. Jean Frye
rolled 514.

PIN POINTS: Last week in
Canton, Mich., Mini Tvaska,
90, of St. Petersburg partici-
pated in her 62nd United
States Bowling Congress
Women's Championship,
breaking the record of 61
appearances set in 1992 by
Mary Covell of Chicago.


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C R IMtE TR A C K E


CRIME TRACKER
This is a listing of crimes handled by
the Plant City Police Department May
5 through 11 arranged by ZIP code.
These are crimes that have been in-
vestigated by officers and don't reflect
unfounded calls for service.

33563
Calhoun St/Pennsylvania Ave,
battery, May 5, 4:30 p.m.,
Charlotte St, Block 1700, domestic
battery, May 9, 1:50 a.m.
E Alabama St, Block 1600, domestic
battery, May 5, 8:05 p.m.
Hwy 574/Granfield Ave, battery,
May 6,3:15 p.m.,
J L Redman Pkwy, Block 2400, petit
theft, May 8, 9:03 p.m.
Lykes Rd/Turkey Creed Rd, criminal
mischief, May 9, 2:20 p.m.
McLeod Dr, Block 1600, petit theft,
May 5, 9 p.m.
N Lake Ave, Block 3300, vehicle
burglary, May 7, 8 p.m.
Reynolds Ridge Ct, Block 4400,
domestic battery, May 10, 5:45 a.m.
S Frontage Rd, Block 300, grand
theft, May 10, 1 p.m.
Sterling Commerce Dr, Block 4300,
criminal mischief, May 9, 5 p.m.
Waller St, Block 200, residence
burglary, May 7, 8 a.m.
Wilder Creek Cr, Block 2900, domes-
tic battery, May 9, 1:33 p.m.

33565
E Baker St/N Palmer St, DUI, 3:19
a.m.,

33566
Airport Rd, Block 4500, residence
burglary, May 9, 6 p.m.
Carey St, Block 100, domestic bat-
tery, May 10, 5 p.m.
County Line Rd, Block 500, criminal
mischief, May 5, 6 p.m.
E Calhoun St, Block 300, petit theft,
May 9,9:30 p.m.
Goldfinch Dr, Block 1200, residence
burglary, May 6, 12:10 p.m.
Interstate 4/N Alexander St, domes-
tic battery, May 9, 3:50 a.m.,
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 1700,
criminal mischief, May 6, 8 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2100,
grand theft, May 6, 5 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2100,
retail theft, May 10, 12:53 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2100,


retail theft, May 5, 1:11 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2100,
retail theft, May 5, 6:30 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
petit theft, May 7, 11:50 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
retail theft, May 5, 5:43 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
retail theft, May 6,11:17 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
retail theft, May 6, 4:10 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
retail theft, May 6, 7 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
retail theft, May 7, 6:49 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
retail theft, May 8, 3:10 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 3000,
trespassing, May 5, 5:45 p.m.
N Barnes St, Block 1800, criminal
mischief, May 6, 9:30 a.m.
N Collins St, Block 100, grand theft,
May 6, 12:23 p.m.
N Shannon Ave, Block 1600, resi-
dence burglary, May 8, 8 a.m.
Neil St, Block 1400,-iattery, May 5,
2:54 p.m.
Park Spring Cir, Block 300, criminal
mischief, May 10, 12:15 a.m.
Plantation Circle, Block 1400, vehicle
burglary, May 8, 10:30 p.m.
Plantation Grove Ct, Block 1500,
residence burglary, May 8, 5:45 p.m.
S Howard St, Block 100, domestic
battery, May 5,7:40 p.m.
S Morgan St, Block 500, battery, May
5, 5:25 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 1700, petit
theft, May 9, 6 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 2800, petit
theft, May 5, 8:26 p.m.
W 574 Hwy, Block 4600, battery,
May 9, 3:58 p.m.
W Alexander St, Block 200, vehicle
burglary, May 8, 12 p.m.
W Ball St, Block 500, vehicle bur-
glary, May 5, 6:30 p.m.

33567
Goldfinch Dr, Block 1200, vehicle
theft, May 8, 8 p.m.
Pearl St N, Block 100, criminal mis-
chief, May 6, 5 p.m.

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The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY - Little could
they have known that after
winning their first game by a
narrow 3-2 score, the rest of
the season would come so
easily. The Macaws concluded
a dominant campaign May 17
as the Under-8 champions of
the Plant City Recreation and
Parks Department/Optimist
youth soccer program."
The Macaws finished the
season with a 7-0 record, as
did the Hawks in the Under-7
league to win their respective
league championships.
With the Under-7 and Un-
der-8 leagues not holding a
postseason tournament, the
teams with the best regular-
season marks are crowned


champions.
There was little doubt left in
either of the champs' final
contests. The Macaws beat the
Ducks 8-0 as Luis Leos scored
three goals and Alejandra Ri-
vera and Connor Rogers add-
ed one apiece.
In seven games, the Ma-
caws outscored their oppo-
nents 58-3. In the opening
week of the season in March,
they edged the Sparrows 3-2,
and after that the Macaws
allowed just one goal while
scoring an average of more
than nine per game.
The Sparrows finished in
second place with a 5-1-1
record. In the May 17 final
game the Sparrows blanked
the Roadrunners 3-0 with
Daniel Diaz scoring two goals.
Claiming third place were
the Geese who were 4-2-1 after
their 5-2 defeat of the Falcons.
David Cintron scored four
goals. The Ducks and Road-


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runners finished tied for
fourth at 4-3. None of the
league's other 10 teams fin-
ished with a winning mark.
The Bob 0' Links ended on
a strong note, getting their
first victory of the season by
beating the Orioles 3-1. Cris-
tian Rosales netted all three
goals.
In the Under-7 age group
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perfect year with a 9-0 win
over the Doves. Paulino Rami-
rez and Fernando Ruiz scored
three goals each.
Two Under-7 teams fin-
ished with one loss. Neither
the Flamingos (6-1) nor the
Mallards (5-1-1) played against
the Hawks during the season
because there were 12 teams
in the age group and not
enough weeks for everyone to
match up.
Bryan Arteaga scored three
goals and Alexis Garcia and
Conner Murphy added two


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Eagles. The Flamingos came
into the final week tied for
second but ended up alone
there because the Mallards
were tied 2-2 by the Cardinals.
Finishing in fourth were the
Ospreys (5-2), who blanked
the Penguins 7-0 in their fina-
le. In other final-week action
Jesus Rosales scored six goals
as the Meadowlarks flew past
the Blue Jays 13-0.
The Under-5 and Under-6
leagues also finished their sea-
sons May 17. No scores are
kept in either league because
all teams are winners by par-
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The older age groups are
conducting their postseason
tournaments, which conclude
June 3.
Games are played at the
Otis Andrews Sports Complex.

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AL ANON MEETING: Hope
Al Anon, a support group
for family and friends of
alcoholics, meets at 7:30
p.m. Monday at St. Clem-
ent Catholic Church, 1104
N. Alexander St., Plant City.
Go to www.tampabayalano-
n.org or call (813) 881-
9372.
GET IN SHAPE: First Baptist
Church of Plant City is of-
fering fitness classes Tues-
days and Thursdays 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
group meets from 1:30 to
3:30 p.m. the second Tues-
day monthly at First Baptist
Church of Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St. (813) 431-1422.
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"LIUMO BUS TOURS"
Many - Preforeclosures
& Bank Owned Homes
Call 813-321-7818
Majestic Home Realt
"Don't Miss The Bus!"
Northwest
BAYCREST $2,000 dwn
buys your own home! 3
Br, 2 ba, 1800 square
feet, bay access,
new inside. $1400
month. 813-391-7485
CARROLLWOOD 3br, 2ba,
pool, FP, lcg. New win-
dows wd firs. Sold AS-
IS w/$2500 closing cost
credit $144,900. elow
appr. Brokers welcome.
954-214-9919 appt only.
LUTZ Pool home, 1/2
acre on conservation,-
4br/3ba/3cg + study
gated comm. $524,900
Melissa DeMaria, Keller
Williams 813-390-8675

F North East &



NO Tew Tampa 3o
MEADOW Pointe 1900sf
3br,. 2a, 2cg, new AC,
apples, it, rs, paint in/out,

$189Kobo 407-247-2401

Attached Mother-in
law, completely remod-
eled, simple financing,
cash back at purchase,
$139,000 C 813-335-3209
PEEBLE CREEK $2,500
buys your own home! 4
Br, 3 ba, 2 garage, pool,
2100 sq ft, new paint,
kitchen and floors.
$1750 mo 813-391-7485
TAMPA PALMS 6 min to
hospitals & USF. Knot-
tingham Subdiv., 3BR,
Den 3 new baths new
Owner, 813-972-2668.
NO CREDIT NO PROBLEM,
Owner financing, no
bank qualifying, 2- 4 Br.
homes, Hillsboro/ Pasco
Area, handy person pe-
cials. Call 813-991-1778




$165k 813-624-9900
Keller Wm REi
BRANDON BIGGEST ES-
TATE short sale 950k&
appr. 1.2 Mil /6B+3/b/
6CG/ 7300 sf/ pool/ 3.5
Katen acr REty Counse-

BRANDON Kings &
� Lumsden area 3/2/2
702 Village Pl. 2100 sf,
lanai fenced shady yard
$205k motivated MAKE
OFFER 813-965-4944
Brandon/Seffner good
things come in small
pkgs. Concrete block,
2/1 w/Irg fncd private
yard. Grea nghnrnooo,
No HOA or Deed Restrie
tions No water bill, Low
MainLt., CHA. $148,000.
813-651-23381v msg
BRANDON Sterling Ranch
Only $180.2K Hurry
4/2/2,1998 new granite,
SS appl, A/C, tile $20K
upgrade Move in ready.
By owner 813-951-7553
DOVER MOVING MUST
SELL NOW! Appriased
$225K. Will take $175K
obo. 3BD/2BA, carport,
workshop, almost acre
lot, cross fenced, nice
home. 13720 Gavin Rd.
Call 813-473-3088
RIVERVIEW S. Pointe by
owner 3br/2ba/lcg 1300
SF, large corner lot
screened lanai,
12502 Dawn Vista Dr.
$170,000 / 813-391-2725
Classifieds is
a car shopper's
personal showroom.
Makes and models
for every budget
When it's a vehicle
you need, proceed with
speed to Classifieds.


THONOTOSSASSA Area*
For Sale By Owner.
Beuatiful country setting.
VERY NICE EXECUTIVE
HOME 4BR, 5BA 4CG.
Separate workshop,
Huge scrn pool. Separate
game rm, Mother in law
quarters 2 acres of land.
Beautifully landscaped.
Owner helps w/financ.
$650,000. 813-230-2691
( South Shore )

CENTEX
HOMES
New Homes Starting
From the $110,000's
CentexTampa.com
SUN City Valencia Lakes
beautiful waterfront
home $95K below own
er investment $299,900
Cindy Oatess Preston &
Farley Inc. 813-205-1375
Central Pasco
BANK SHORT SALE
AUCTION June 6 @
4:00,12201 Citation
Rd. Spring Hill FL
3461 SF on 2.5 acres
in equestrian common
ity Land 0 Lakes Area
(866)752-5550
www.premierrealestat
eauctions.com
LAND 0 Lakes-Forclosure
short sale Approved,
Collier Pkwy wont last!
Jana Jones 813-503-6912
Weichert rity
( a West Pasco )J
PASCO County 3br 2.5ba
2cg on 1+ fenced acre,
pool,.barn carport, shop
None nicer. $285,000.
727-992-8160
( Holiday
HOLIDAY, 2br lba block
Home 1905 Arcadia Rd
off Mile Stretch Rd
HANDY-MAN SPECIAL
$50,000 727-409-4663
Kay Stevens Realty


APOLLO BEACH OPEN
BAY WATERFRONT
Luxury Executive
Home located in gated
community of Symphony
Isles; 6800 sq ft, 6 bdrm;
6.5 baths; pool-; water
fall; tile/ marble through
out; double-sided fire
place e; elevator; private
dock, etc. Appraised
over $2 Millon-Lease for
13,500/month OR apply
ease to purchase price.
Call (813) 298-9597

GREAT DEAL!
Yankeetown best
sailing waters. �i acre
corner lot. $225,000.
By Owner call Greg
941-539-1914
1( Beach Properties )J
GASPARILLA Island, con
do 2br,2ba, Direct
Gurf front, Fantastic
Fishing & shelling. Flori
day's natural beauty at
its best!!! Turn Key
$459;000 (863)221-3272
sonnykempliaol.com
( Condominiums )
CARROLLWOOD PLACE
2br,2ba Poolside scrnd
lanai util rm Ist fir,
wood/cer. fir, walk to
shopping &din., gated,
REDUCE to $118,900
813-886-3311
PALM Harbor - MADISON
OAKS lBr from $138k
2Br from $172,000
Townhomes from $213k
All Offers Considered!
Daniel Lomnitzer Agent
CJB Realty & Ppty Mgmt
.Call 727-789-0708
TAMPA 2-story-condo
2br 1.5 bafor $98000
Call: (813)380-9588.
14412 Renter Strasse
Cir 2,d1pa F1 33613
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[(Townhomes For Sale))
NEW Tampa Beautiful
2/2.5 Exc. Access to B.B.
Downs & 175, New car-
pet, tiled kitch. & baths
gated comm. By Owner
137,500 813-244-9215
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( Homesites / Lots )
APOLLO Beach - located
in the gated community
of Bimmini Bay. 5 differ
ent lots to choose from.
All canal/waterfront!
$199,000 These are for
sale from the original
developer. Surveys are
available at 451 Apollo
Beach blvd. Come by or
call 813-468-4321 - Mary
Hartman, Realtor for
more information.
$199,000 (813)468-4321
maryhartman@kw.com
PLANT City 1 acre
homesite mlst2286438,
trees,290x145 owner
fianc.Keller Williams
Realty $59900 (813)376-
4444 mr.lister@kw.com
PLANT.CITY, 1 acre lots,
New subdivision
Reduced to $59,999
Only 30 days left
Choose own Builder
813-927-5064/363-2879
ZEPHYRHILLS- Lake Ber-
nadette CC, golf Course
lot, tennis, comm. cntr,
pool avail., heavily
treed, survey avai,
$110K 813-714-6035 LM
RECENTLY..FORECLOSED
So finc Avail,ANY Credit
ANY Income oi Residentl
Vacant Land n 2 lots@
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1- $47,500 4 Visit www.
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for photos. Drive by
then call (866)-769-4495
BUILDER CLOSEOUT
Limited Time lac 2434sf
home in gated com-
munity From $225,000
813-737-9030 No Builder
Participation!
wHomes with Acreage)
BUSHNELL MARIESTAD
RANCH, 360+ acre Ranch
Estate, 9000 SF home,
with indoor pool,
high rolling land with
live oaks. Stocked Lake.'
Great for horses &
livestock. Fabulous
retreat! 352-568-5398
VALRICO, 3br, 4ba 2c
BRING YOUR HORSES!
Beautiful Farmhouse w
nice barn 1000 sf Guest
house on 2+ acre 813-
390-9882 $499K

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Acreage
LAND DEALS!
5*10*20+ Ac Comm-Res
Weichert Realtors Land
and Home
866-443-LAND(5263)
ANTIOCH/PLANT CITY
4 ac. country living
Don't fence me in. 4m
well Now $109900
ESTATE BROKERS USA,
INC. 813-986-9141
ANTIOCH/Plant City 2.8
acres home site, park
like setting, aved road.
Now $109,90OESTATE
BROKERS USA, INC. 813-
986-9141
DUNNELLON FL
Beautiful 3.36 acres for
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lea &ats. Free cable, W/D, dosit q13-661-481
Helderson a re Un d & g alarm. Starting $630, orB13-842-4758 T3 f3mily reuNion.
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-918-111 1 2 &3 Br's. Ask Apts. 813-935-0438 Houses Furnish Hyde Park: 112 S Melville $1300/mo. 813!c966 . landlords name. Ivt18
Renov 2Or, 1Ha, CHA, ar$ Homes starting at W r e
AngSe 813p0 & about our specials. OLD Seminole He YBRs for Rent W u 2Br, 81-6, 6-52 Grn yor o oa
813-915-9787 Spacious floor plans. DBeautifully remalet YBOR Large apartment fWd d, FIc r SOUTH TAMPA Spacious $825/mo. 813- 57-6562.D
Property Services Lare o us. 1926 Bun ow $1,000 second floor OVEIR SEBRING Lake Jackson $1650 Mo + Dep, r 3hr 1 . Huge cd yd, BAYCREST-Tama 4 br/
EXECUTIVE SUITES o. Ask aout our on LOOKS 7TH AVENUE or Beautiful 3r/2ba/2cg. Al 813-245-7930 sunken LR w/frpl, 3ba -Two MATR br
Wesley Chapel, timepayers bonus! suitable for office. 3102 300 ft from IsNe, dockL& CH/A gar, W/D mcd,I Roommates w/ba. Boat lift, Canal.
Riverview. Vlfr co Leneil: 813-786-5933 7th Ave $175/wk gazebo in immaculate LAND 0 Lakes Connerton 4522 logers Ave. 8718 Elmwood Ln y
oRiverviewFu fur m BR9n/u, OLDSMAR/ FORREST cond. $1750/mo 4br, 2ba, bt 2005,
Call 813-973-4768 RIVERVIEW LAKES AREA! Clean R 2b ba -.pool & clubhouse SOUTH TPA/Plant Hi Dist BRANDON SOUTH OAK
3br f $ & 2BR/2BA condo, tile, Central C, W/D, Warkn near shops. $1500/mo & 3/1, split plan, Ige cloS DEVELOPMENT. SHARE
Cable , W/D, pool 1st floor, sm tr view, Covered Park- HousesUnfurnish dep. 813-817-7 ets, fresh paint, dwd & LUXURY HOME CAGED
deal in town! Income pts in 1 Pat OK 95/mo forRent tile firs, scrn lanai fncd POOL, LAUNDRY ROOM,
ComR er ct. ons a l , dep. Cal 727-797-7718 + Sec. 2401 Gordon St LI LAND 0 LAKES/LUTZ yard, cvrd BBQ, NS. GARAGE PRIVACY
O o i teD it PLANT CITY- 3br/2.5ba, 813-335-5598 APOLLO BEACH 3 2BA 3r/2ba/2cg, 1 ory 1400/mo. 81892-9867 813-85-ated c660.
BRANDON s100SFOffce Bayou Crossin A all appliances, ceramic 2CAR, on golf course Villa, quiet dat eScorn
13-671- EO tile ,uiet location, no ONE BEDROOM with pool and spa, w/dTEMPLETERR 3r lb SEFFNERBRANDON-
Circle, behind Ferman DOS,$95m.h ,$295/ o 1295mo inCluDes lawn fenced yard, Pets OK Large fully turn RoOms
BChevrolet off Hwy 60 BCal813-764-8030 BLOWOUT! to buy. Other Houses maintCall 727-642-5959 CHA, /D immaculate cabe internet & phone
$900/mo 813G301D0208 - Nce 2hr, l utIties Avail. 941-350-2233 L Screen porch quiet, all utils kitchen LR DR
or 813-3601-829 ) N icb, l i$560t$620/esARGO 4/2/2 1400 mo Close to USF -4 & laundry rm. $500/mo RECREATION
or 813-3618293 (water) cinc, Sec 8 wel- $560$620t mo. 1400 dep. Furnished $950 mo 813-390-4187 $200 dep. 813-764-1093
TAMPA/BRANDON come, new carpet, new SEMINOLE Heights, lbr, Westminster Chase APOLLO BEACH- $1600/1600. 727 798L
sqT 350 sq f ce, eant. $700/mo +ede-p. a ,nice quiet area or 813-837-5993 4hd , screened 6928. No Smokers. TOWN&COUNTRY - 12 South Tpa- Luxury home,
Pease Call 51--366-4 mc 217 W. Elm At 3 $1600/mo. + dep. www.mylargohomesfor Oaks, 3br, 2ba lcg, lg fully furnished Ig bdrm, Campers / Travel
f e yr doors $ -1Osqft.ncl, screen room, 1134s, no priv bath + flat screen
closeg t doo75& rs, BU 1st. last + dep, $485/mo Lease / opt to buy. peta newer appliances TV. $750mo +1/2 utility Trailers
2rlba, fenced yard, &813-230-0487 v msg RENT TO OWN Call 21918418 NEW Port Richey, WateF $109 o, + es. Prof. fema le seek
$2500_too.__13-677-9__ tile floors.Newly paint No Credit Check 2Bfront home for rent 2BR dep., 813-885-4654 Ing same. 813-3 24 1991 AU Travel
ed. $575/mo $400 dep. SOUTH TAMPA Litte Money Down BAYSHORE AREAd 2bk ho efr ep.,83-885-4654 ing same. 813-362-7745 U T
orksho -oStets. No creDit/. 2BDR, 2 LG BA, all Call Now awa . open floor No dogs Pis VALRICO 2203 Donegal SPRING-HILL 4br 2ba camp, awning, 4 new
ae 3 roomsopen Baview, 727-433-3133 yarD, quiet area, good call for ino $87mo 727 Court. 3R/2BAwit Home. Room in this tires as is $3,000 (352)
$S-12SS. 11700 Per mone, school dist. W/D, Conv. 841-6628 frst/last/sec garage, 12x12 shed Quiet, Spacious Home 567-7304; 813-713-3880
CARROUWOOD Pinnacle 5700 South Mariner. 3BR/2 BA Like New Only location $1350/mo + sRc. in fenced in yard. w/Largavd. Ve Clean
7209 . Broadway Condos Uscale const 813-956-4739 $925 monthly Ready for immed Occ 407-461-3290 NEW Port Richey, 1st $1200/mo. + security Uvsca rea. $700mo+ 26' 1987 Wilderness by
-2BR/1-2 A, den AVAIL O~ccuo ancv ~Month Half Price, 2 & 3 deposit. (813) 505-1624. utiliities. 1-970-618-1291 Fleetwood- Sleeps 6
office/shop, IMMED $750-$950 mo SOUTH TAMPA Near 813-757-652 B mingdal/Valco BRhoe, Nely R rear full size bed, root
bays with lifts, All amenities. Gated- MacDill AFB 3br lba, 3br 2ba 2cg, fenced fished, W/D Gar. $800- VALRICO 4 BR 2.5 BA TOWN N COUNTRY newly A/C everything works.
bays 81yd9delux 81e MSenr Ao n WoDow ae900 Sec 8 OK. no pets. pool w/additional furn rod. BR Saous, 2 $450 obo 813-465-9985
uEp.____ oall 727-207:8153 outdoor patio w/pool closets, pool & jacuzzi.
Thikin of-5-4 CENTRAL TAMPA super $750/mod1 MONTH borhood $1195i/mo. table. Excellent 3BR/2BA Im. Central 28 ft Cavalier 2005
Thinking of having a rge fenced FREE! 813-835-6508 Beach Rentals 813-777-4848 NEW.TAMPA, Meadow Pt Schools! $1950 par mo. located to beaches & sleeps kitchen heat,
a garge sale? yard Irg kit, clean, 2Br 3br,2ba,2cg cu-de-sac, 813-220-6062 stores. Upscale neigh- tow pacKage A/C, DVD,
Now is a great time to 2ba mall pet nag. SOUTH Tampa, BRANDON 3s r 20/ 2cg, coaserv. new la.mi boAhRodpint u 1 14-gar1en tub-'ofrns
into cash. One call to our 813-610-0256 1 month FREE reduced Ocean Front Condo lawn care provided, Irg depo. no pets/smoker bhy Dee pWater Canal seff=contained bath-
Classified department rent! Look & Lease. Sleeps 6 813-541-8276 Lease opt w/dock & davits. 3/2/2 WestChase 2 rooms room, shower, Water
exposes your ad to the Classifieds makes it Special ends May 26th, Fuoly equipped. Weekly Avail NOW! +office or sm bdr. 1967- available. Safe luxu r supply and dump tanks,
Sentire community. We'll convenient! Ask how 2008. 813-837-1228 $1250. 520-577-0742 813-684-9343 NORTNDALE- br/2.a 1562 sq ft. 1800/mo. home. $50/mo + $250 ,propane. Excellent con
even help you get started you can have B Townhouse W/D 4656 Bay Crest Drive doep . all utils. Profes edition. $9,500 (813)719-
with a handy Garage Sale Buy-It-Now Want to reach Vacation Rentals pOol 4br/2ba/2cne TamTpa 33615 (813)N843- signal male seeKs same. 3192
Kiflfhr customers in search of Valaizs Riest a pls oolscnedo la , month free! Comm. 7779 or (813) 503-0414 813-546-1865 hwcpac@earthlink.net
and fricing stickers for online ad All Sizesos
you. s I sle. with oar new 1serIces? Clasi Florida lifestyle Rentals nd $1295/m -Crpsitow . ts et1 / -
Classifieds gives you all Click & Bdyfeatir6. " '. cn. " www.ourcondo.com Avail. now 813-758-2280 182343343l299 ' into cash with Classifieds. WHL.O..GODBW. ' * & e' 4iC ies.









iCampers / Travel

30' 2006 TOY HAULER TT-
Cherokee Wolf Pack,
4kw gen, awning, A/C,
in/out shower. $19,506
obo 813-478-1201 Ray
30-23' 2006 TRAILMANOR
Like new. Many
Extras! Garage Kept!!
C$l15 000 obo.
32',JAYCO, 2004 Bunk
House Trav Trail x-con
$11,900 Many Upgrades
word Expedition 2003
$16,900 352-573-7439

Self-cont.Cent AC W/D
awn rubber roof xtras
$23,900 813-442-6102
35'HOLIDAY,2009, Ram-
bler 5th wheel. 4 slides
Many Options 3 mo old
Includes lot $42,000 obo
813-476-4613-
40' Newmar Kountry Air
Dual Slides, Ducted Air,
Generator, W/D, ice-
maker, Furn. Grt Cond.
$9,000 obo 813-641-3102
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
TRAVEL trailer- 2008, 27
ft rls, puma palomino
sleeps 6 Irg slideout
Lrg Bathtub& shower
$18,999 813-495-1076

1(Motor Homes/RVs)Q
35'GEORGIE.BOY 1995
Encounter 37kmi 460 en
leveler jacks 2 AC,TV
backup cam. self cont
$205O0obo 727-863-0440
35'PACE.ARROW 1997
Class A Very Clean 43k
mi Banks Power Many
Updates $27,000 obo
813-625-0793 / 689-6242
36' Pace 1998 Arrow
Vision, V10, 2 slide outs,
satellite, washer/dryer,
55K mi. $43,000 with
tow truck 813-205-8327


H(MotorHomes / RVs)
40' Holiday Rambler Im
perial loaded/GPS/ suL
per slide, diesel pusher,
34K mi garaged kept
$74K obo. 72 -457-4 74
40' Newmar 2004 Diesel
Triple slider, W/D, 4
door refrigerator solid
cherry wood cabinets,
cornan counters, awn-
ings, full paint ext. Ful
basement. Priv owner.
$139,000 813-230-3233
40' Tiffin Allegro Bus '07,
400 Cummins 4 slides
loaded with all opts! 4K
mi. Asking $212,500 obo
Call 727-938-0615

R[ BVs / Campers 11
Wanted
LOOKING to Buy
Used Travel Trailer
or 5th Wheel.
Will Pay Cash!
Call (727) 459-3856.

Spas & Hot Tubs

Spa/Gazebo
5 person Never Used,
$19 (Original $SK)
Can Deliver 727-585-2244
SPA/HOTTUB.REPAIR
SSpa S erviceHeaters
.Controls,.Accessories
Pumps/Spa Covers $239

SPA never used, 7 per-
son 34 jets, digital,
loaded. Will sacrifice
$2995.727-520-3810.

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

(C Swimming Pools
A+ Pool Heaters Factory
Direct: Solar, Heat
Pump or Gas Installed
or Do-lt-Yourself Heater
Kits. Free Phone
quotes. 1-888-754-2740
w2.SolarDirect.com
Lic#CWC029795 Insur
ed. Dealer Inquiries
Welcome!


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( Watersports )
SweetWater Kayaks
Voted "Best Kayak Shop"
in Fla. by Fla. Sports Mag
Gandy &4th St, St. Pete
727-570-4844
sweetwaterkayaks.com
YAMAHA 1998 Superjet-
Exc. cond., low hours,
cover incl., $2700 obo.
Call 813-335-1025
SEADOO '07 RXT 215hp
& GTISE 155hp, dbl trlr.
ext warr extras & Shut-
tlecraft, Jetsport w/trlr.
$19,000. 863-221-5855



$7500 & 32' Sea Ray
Sundancer $178,000 *
813-982-0750
17' 2000 ProLine Sport.
125 HP Mercury,
Fishfinder Bimini Top,
Livewell, GPS, Trailer,
$6500 813-671-7897
17I 2007 G3, White 17-56
CC, Deluxe Jon. 60hp
stroke Yamaha w/ less
. than 6hrs. extras -.
$12,800 352-279-3330
17 CAROLINA SKIFF 1990
8.6' beam 2002 Johnson
25hp, 2005 Continental
trailer $2700 firm. 813-
215-7686.
19, 2006 Sting Ray
195LR, exc cond,10 hrs
on eng, 6yr ext wrnty
on mtr, full canvas,
trlr,mint cond. $21,900
obo 727-944-5450
19' 2006 TAHOE -4 3.4
merc cruiser, 10Hp,
used 3x's. Yellow, must
sell, like new. Make Of
fer! Call 863-682-5230.
19.5 ft Seaswirl 1994,
Johnson 115 HP w/
galvanized 4wh tandem
frailer. Call for appt to
see.. Needs-a little
ork. $2500 (941)685-
mauibobd aaol.com
20'GRADY1997 white
Cuddy,Low Hrs Yamaha
200hp rad GPS/ Depth
X-tras 03 Conti trailer
$19950obo 813-417-4774
20'SAILBOAT, 1966
Fiberglass, retractable
keel Sails Galv trailer
needs lil TLC $1500 sell
or trade 813-495-1065
23' Hydra-Sport 2005, Ya
maha 225 hp 4 stroke
outboard, center con
sole live wells, trailer,
100 hour service just
done on engine, yd
jack plate &steer, 412
engine hours. Good
condition. $28.500.00
(813)365-1197
31' 1986 Silverton
Flybridge,fully loaded,
sleeps 4. New motors,
drives & generator.
Over $75,D00 spent in
last 3 years. Call for de
tails, too much to list.
Leaving the-country,
must sell $19,900/OBO.
Jim 863-581-1698
BUY and Sell Boats, coy
ering 6 million homes
weekly statewide.
www.floridamariner.co
m Page thru our maga
zine on-line. Free on-
line subscription availa
ble. Call 800-388-9307.
300 Sea Ray Sun Dancer
2006, only 160 hours,
loaded motivated only
$115,000. Call ' .
Robin 813-245-8812


7000 SF metal Bldg. ideal
for boat related
business or storage.
On Alafia River + 2
more small bidgs &
Wetslips Available.
813-477-2147/205-7860
Need a house?
Don't dwell in
the wrong place.
Classifieds is a great
Real Estate resource.
Find the key to your
new dream home
' in 'cslfied.


(Boat Slps / Storage)
HARBOUR ISLAND
BOAT SUP FOR SALE
Incl 14,0001b boat lift:
Easy access. No need
to own property on
Harbour Island.
Priced at $130K.
TRACI BURNS
813-833-7510
The Toni Everett Co.
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 TV, WiFi,
In Slip Pump Out.
727-381-7922 X 12 or
email pyccmember
ship@tampabay.rr.com

Boat ir M
EAST Coast Mobile Ma-
do diesel & gasoline
generators, electrical &
frans service. 24 hrs.
Local 702-429-5987 In-
sured, Lic # MV69272

I Boat Supplies & 1
Accessories
BOAT Trailer- 23'-26' alu-
minum boat trailer,
double alee no brakes.
$2200. Call 813-267-2618
T-TOPS ANODIZED ALUM
Wu/NEW CANVAS.
C STOMIZED to fit ANY
BOAT $800 941-266-0903
www.aqua-shade.com

I Boat Charters /
Rentals

WHY.BUY? Brand New
24' Pontoon & Caroli-
na Skiff Rentals. $100
to $350 Full Day
(813)598-5592
www.dixiesdockside.
corn

T Boats Wanted ))
BOAT Donations Wanted
To Support Clearwater
Marine Aquarium,
Tax Deductible
&727-409-6282E
WANTED- I want your
boat and/or accesso-
ries, dead or alive!
Free & fast pickup,
Call 727-457-3546
WANTED- I want your
boat and/or accesso-
ries, dead or alive!
Free & fast pickup,
Call 727-457-3546








TRANSPORTATION


Auto Engines /
Parts / Misc.
71 & '75 Porche 914s ide
al for restoration
w/$thousands in re
build parts-everything
you need. $5000 takes
it all. Call for appt to
see. (941)685-5760
mauibobd@aol.com
BAY Area Motor Works
Engine rebuild & install
Up to 3r warranty
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994
CRANK kits from $99
Wholesale engine parts
& machine shop w/ new
Hines engine balancer.
3-D Service Inc 813-253-
3336/800-538-8451
Engines & Traflsmissions
Used & Rebuilt - 90 days
up to 3 yrs warr. M-F 9-
5. M erqber.,BBBL Installs
r avaQ. 813-875-1500. (


Auto Engines/ 11
Parts / Misc. J
TRANSMISSIONS rebuilt
from A-Z! Guaranteed
quality work! Also buy
unwanted Autos! Cal
Rob- 813-610-7887- 24/7
Trucks - Light Duo)
CHEVROLET 2003
Silverado 63000 mi, 2
door(s) auto 6 cyl,
2WD AM/FM, A/C,
alloy wheels CD
$9400 (813) 267-9894
hamhowell@aol.com
CHEVY 1986 Silverado
Loaded V8, auto, dual
gas tank, completely
restored. One of a kind!
$7,995. 813-230-2691
FORD 1998 F150 XL, ext
cab, 3 door, good cond,
new premium tires,
newer motor $3850 obo
John Ryan 813-245-3435
FORD 2004 F150 Exc cond
auto, air, new tires, exc
cond! Spray-in bedliner
Great running Truck
$6500 813-633-4970
FORD 2005 F250 Extend
ed Cab 4 WD good MiF
chelin tires 4lKmi, V8
auto AC all power
$16Wobo 813-671-4690
FORD 2006 F150 Lariat
Supercrew, loaded,
11,000 mi, garage kept
and not used for work,
$22,000 (813)601-7246
GMC 1991 2500 3/4 ton
nick up, Automatic, 4x4
Utility body no rust
runs great $2450 obo.
Call 813-689-9698
NISSAN 2005 Titan Crew
Cab LE Loaded Like
New 6 Disc CD, TV &
DVD 65k mi. $18,500
813-731-6289 * 677-1011
TOYOTA 2003 Tacoma
extra cab, 5 speed CD/
cass, AC, 58k mi new
tires, exc cond. $11,500
obo 813-310-9345
TOYOTA, 2003, Tundra
X-cab 6cy Auto, Power,
tool box extender cd
alarm, blue ex cond
$13,000 813-545-5340

Trucks Heavy Duty
BOX.TRUCK, Chevy 1999
1 ton. diesel, AC, good
cond, Pull out ramp
roll up door. $5900
386-523-5880
FORD 2000 Bucket Truck,
for cable, Mint Condi-
tion, Like New!
$18 000 obo
Call 813-690-2978
([ 4-WheelDrive ))
International Travelall
1967 V8, 4 WD, runs &
looks great $1900 firm.
813-215-7686.

I[( - Vans
DODGE 1997 Extended
Cab, 102,000 mi., Re-
tired Police vehicle,
well maintained, $2,700
obo 813-516-1353
HONDA 02 Odyssey
EX-L,10500 92K. EXC.
COND., DVD pkg, wood
0kg., fo lights new
ires, (813)787-7613

Honda 2005 ODYSSEY
EX-L; 26K miles, leather
int, moon roof 24MPG,
exc cond, $21,500 obo
832-724-3043.
MAZDA 1993 MPV
Champagne,V6, starts
easyruns great, 144K
mi. New alt/timing
belt/idle pulleys $2,000
obo/813-294-0743 LM.
MERCURY 1999 Villager,
92k, Burg. Auto, 6cyl,
AC, Cass/6CD, Cruise,
Pwr Pkg, Sunroof, Lthr,
non Smoker Exc. Cond.
$4,500 obo 813-994-3655
An apartment full of
possibilities needs
furniture full of
character. Classified
... - asti key!, . ,


(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
BMW 2005 X3- 41k mi.,
50k fact. warranty, pan-
oramic roof, exc. cond.-
$28,000 obo
Ca8 813-323-4134
BMW 2006 X3




BUICK 2002 RENDEZOUS
CX- 31K Mi, Like new, 1
owner, loaded, seats 6
w/folding 3rd seat.
$8000 (813)-831-6468
FORD 2001 Explorer,
107k, 2 dr, auto 6 cyl,
A/C, alarm, CD cruise,
pwr Icks & wndws,
great cond, $4445 OBO
813) 786-5623
FORD, 2002, Explorer XL
Auto, CD, AC & rear ac
3rd seat, new Mich tires
Tow, Power, good cond
$5,995 obo 813-967-1768
JEEP Cherokee 2005
grand laredo - 35k mi,
great cond., tan color,.
$14,700 eomara@tampa
bay.rr.com
LINCOLN '06 MARK XLT
Fully loaded, leather nt
chrome run brds, auto
hatch 15k mi, mint, fact
warr. Must sell $25,800
obo (813) 251 - 0191
NISSAN 2001 Xterra SE
4x4, 6cyl, ABS, cruise,
A/C, multi disc CD pwr
mirrors, tint, air bags,
rear window defroster
remote auto start, till
moon roof. 81K miles, 1
owner. Superb condi-
tion! $8950 978-423-7139
TOYOTA 2004 Sequoia
SR5, Loaded, sunroof,
alloy wheels, excellent
con, 76K mi, $16,500.
813-716-0538


CASH paid for junk mo-
torccles. We pay up to
$200cash for any cycle
running or not. ine
cycle.com 727-247-8785
HARLEY 1975 Chopper,
Shpvelhead custom
bike $10 ,500 also
Harley 1986 FXR cus-
tom, all new parts,
$10,500 813-476-6687
HARLEY 2004 FXSTS
Softail Springer Black/
Blue, 2000 Miles Many
Many Extras, Wheels,
Pipes etc. etc. etc.
$15,560 * 813-267-1221
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2006
SPORTSTER ROADSTER
SXL1200. Black, 384 mi,
mag wheels, alarm, fact.
et. windshield, luggage
rack w/backrest Leather
saddlebags, engine grd
Corbin seat w/backrest
+ original seat, extras!
$12,000 invested. Asking
$10,295. (813) 974-055T3
HARLEY Davidson 1993
FLHS blue, Thunder
Header pipes, S&S carb,
lowered 2 inches, runs
strong $8500 obo. 352-
796-8792. I-
HARLEY Davidson 1973
Sportster- Ironhead
right side shift, lots of
chrome, $3400 obo
Call 352-573-0042
HARLEY Davidson 2005
Sportster 1200 XL Cus
tom, Black w/ a lot of
chrome! Lots of extras!
$7500 1 813-476-5166
HD 2006 RKC, almost 70,
broke my leg cannot
ride anymore. Beautiful
bike trophy winner!!
$14,200.813-884-1585.
HONDA 2004 VTX 1300-
3900 mi, Silver,
stage one kit, $6500
813-662-7394
Honda '98 Shadow ACE
750. Garage kept 30K mi
neon, chrome & extras
new fires must see!
Call.813-476-0381 $4200


l Mtocycles
KAWASAKI 1982 750
Spectra, Just rebuilt,
Excellent condition
$1200 obo.
727-869-2270
SUZUKI 1999 Intruder
1400, female ridden,
w/shield, saddle bags,
cust pipes, many extras
$3,495obo. 813-684-3130
( olf Carts )
CARTS, Stock & Custom
Made Refurb. & modify.
Batteries 30% off New
& Recond. Delivery!
813-480-9603
GOLF CARTS WANTED
Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers, parts all
related. 813-645-4515
or 813-484-9855 Ruskin
-( ATVs



helmets,kids protec-
tive gear All $4399.00
(813)480-0927
SUZUKI 2003, LTZ400
EXC. COND. WHITE
3500 OBO CALL AFTER
6 PM (813) 754-9581
SUZUKI 2003 OZARK 250
RED EX CONDITION
$2500 OBO CALL AFTER
PM (813)754-9581
Automobiles Wanted))
CASH ON THE SPOT
Cars, Trucks, Vans
Running Or Not
Free Pick Up, 24/7
813-416-1082
PAYING MORE $200 & UP
for autos any & all, cash
in your hands running
or not, fast free de-
pendable pickup 24/7
W 813-493-1384 I
WANTED
Dead or Alive
Cars Trucks & Vans.
Cash Paid. Free Pick Up.
813-389-3048

$ FAST CA$H! $
Cars, Trucks & Vans.
Evenings 813-685-1707
Day 924-6255 God Bless
CASH on the Barrel for
autos, running or not.
Will come pick them ,,p
& paying more Call Rob






813-610-1535 24/7
JUNKBUSTERS
we buy junk cars/trucks
and equipment


Classics & Antiues
LINCOLN,198.LSC leath
sunrf new raised wht
letters 5.0L Crager SS
Crome AC,no leaks new
exh,pspumpalt volt re
Blue/bue 813-447-1796
PLYMOUTH 1973
Barracuda- 2 dr. hard
top (project car) body
work complete, all met-
al, no filler, ready for
painting, complete inte-
rior grill uppers.
$10,50 813-685-9699
WANTED.MODELT Brass
Era Cars & Parts Call
Brando 813-917-9205
& 1976 Rolls Royce Silv
Shadow II LWB $17k
Junk Cars
B&L JUNK & SCRAP
METAL HAULING
FAST CASH
FOR JUNK CARS
CALL 813-377-7524

$.INSTANT-CASH.$
UP TO $400
4 Junk Cars
CALL 727-364-5125
CASH for Cars, Trucks &
Vans. Lost titles ok.
813-626-5733
813-924-6255
God Bless
BUYING ANY AND ALL
UNwanted Vehicles Call
for your Best Price.
Fastest Pick-Ups'
813-610-7 87- 24/7


(Automobilesfor Sale)
BMW 2001 740iL 64K
miles, excellent cond,
dk blue/beige, all books
& records. $1,500 OBO
Call 813-61 -3258
BMW 2003 330i 25 K mi,
pristine cond, fully
loaded, ext warr, 1 own-
er, dealer maint. New
car arrived, MUST 1SELL!
$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, stetronic.
$24,900/813-785-8602
BUICK 1994 Century 4 dr
auto, exc. cond Cold
AC, Loaded, $250 obo
day 813-223-6725 �
eve 813-679-4573
CHEVY 2004 IMPALA
1 owner, 28K mi. Garage
kept, no accidents, 4 Tdr
6cyl ac cd/cass.,
$10,560 727-738-9861


tan leather interior,
$15,000. 352-544-0314
CHRYSLER 2005 300 4dr
MINT, new tires, spark
plugs & air filters .-61K
mi Magnesium/Pearl
$14,300 813-839-0433,
DODGE 2006 Magnum
/T- 16k mi, Red/Gray,
loaded, all xtras, dual
rear DVD's & Nav. sys.
$24,500 813-731-3464
DONATE YOUR CAR-
HELP DISABLED CHIL-
DREN WITH CAMP AND
EDUCATION. Quickest
Towing. Non-Runners/
Title Problems OK. Free
Vacation/Cruise
Voucher. Special Kids
Fund 1-866-448-3865
FORD 1999 E250 Excellent
shape, new roof, freez-
er, generator, Good Hu-
mor Ice cream truck,
fully equipped. 8 $5500















813-48633-87558
FORD 2006 MUSTANG
6GT, Rendfir Red,
54 000 Highway mi
100,000 mile extended
wrnty, 5-Speed,18"
alloy wheels, leather
interior, custom step
eo with Bluetooth,
$19,500, (813)695-1560
don.oliverlOhotmail.
.com
FORD 2006.Mustang GT
Convertible, PREM Pkg,
11,571mi, BorlaXaust,
Auto, Chrom Whis,
Garaged MINT $22,950
(813) 907-8603 5
FORD 2007 Mustang Pony
211HP, 6cy, speed 25
MPG aver., white/b ack
leather interior. $19,500.
Rick 813-295-0051
FORD 2007 SHELBY
MUSTANG bik/silver
stripes, S/C. Cost new
$54K. Must sell fast!!
$34,900Firm 813-215z5478
INFINIT1 2006 G35 Coupe,
orig ownr,22 K mi, autb,
silver, loaded,22mo/38K
mi. warranty. $27 850
Trades? 813-259-9146
INFINITY 1996 Q45 2nd
owner completely serv
iced at localdIr.92K mi.
Will not last. $6125.
813-433-8755
JAGUAR 2004 XJ8 sedan
white 43,500mi excel
lent Custom wheels -
$20,900 727-539-7412 or
727-539-7218
LINCOLN, 2001 LS V8,
Smooth Ride! Fully
Loaded! bik, 81k mi,
6CD, moonroof, one
owner, $7,000
(813) 310-5899
reggie.watson@gmail.c
om
MAZDA 2003 Miata LS
5spd, Triple blk, 21k mi,
Leather, CD + extras.
Excellent condition.
$15,000 813-777-5105
MERCEDES 2000 S500
4dr Sedan, Sunroof,
Call for more informa-
tion. ,
813-657-3794


(Automobiles for Sale)
MERCEDES 2005 E55
AMG- Pampered/ Im
maculate female, non-
smoker, Silver, 40k mi.,
fully loaded w/ Nav./
Bluetooth, $51,000
Serious injuries onl
(No dealers) Call 35-
588-3925
MERCEDES 2005 SLK55
Convt. White/tan, 35k
mi., War'ty, 1 Owner,
Garaged, Beautiful!
$43K obo * 813-787-7711
MERCURY 2001 Grand
Marquis under 50K mi.
Blue metallic, non
smoker. Excellent cond.
$8500 813-634-5513
MG 1977 MGB Convert!
ble 44,080 orig. miles.
New carb, tires, clutch,
roof Great Shape. $5500
863-292-2081
MGB 1976 Convertible,
68k, Hunter Green/ sil-
ver trim. Great condi-
tion, runs great $4400
firm. 813-215-7686.
NISSAN 2005 350Z con-
vertible black/black,
auto, 13,400 mi, garage
kept exc condition.
$25,900 352-683-6383
POLICE Impounds for
Sale! 94 Honda Accord
$750! 94 Toyota Camry
750! For listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext 9271.
PORSHE 2004 911 Black,
Carbon Package,
11,000 mi,
Many extras,
$54,000 * 813-326-2870
SUBARU 2004 Impreza 2.5
RS red 1 owner, all
rcds, like new, 19784
miles Great Graduation
Gift! 12K 813-631-8968
TOYOTA 2001 Camry LE,
91K miles, V6, automat-
ic, cold A/C, CD, runs
g great. $6900
Call 813-380-8044
TOYOTA 2007 Avalon
Touring. Showroom
cond! 8,000 miles. Black
on black. $24,800 Cash.
Call (352) 621-6959.
TOYOTA 2007 Camry
Hybrid Red, sunroof,
11,600 mi, mint condition
one owner. $24 500
Call (813) 546-5167



TOYOTA 2007 Solara
Convertible 17k miles.
Loaded & GPS Leather
gray/beige $25,900 obo
13-239-6655
VOLVO 2000 S70, Immae
ulate! Non- smoker,
Emerald Green, Must
Sell. 1 owner. Reduced
$6995. Call 813-854-2146
VW-2000-JETTA Factory
exec's personal car, CD
Auto, Sat radio, Alloys
30mpg war safe, mint
$18,990 813-503-4375
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nate Your Car, Boat or
Real Estate IRS Tax De
ductible. Free Pick-
U /Tow Any
Mo2el/Condition Help
Underprivileged Chil-
dren www.
outreachcenter.org
1-800-693-7911
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.
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