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The courier
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Trains that move
at a crawl through
downtown highlight
a communications
problem between
railroad and city.


Effort to bring
ultrasound machine
to Pregnancy Care
Center well under
way after fundraiser.

Homeless man faces
murder charge after
body found behind
shopping mall.
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Mom and dad watch
daughter become a
woman as they treat
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Plant City bolt Lub Closing

Plant City Golf Club members were
shocked to hear their favorite course will soon
close and its operator may become the owner
of the Walden Lake Golf and Country Club.
"I don't believe I heard the cry of 'fore,' "
said John Murphy, a longtime area golfer,
who said he was surprised by both develop-
News the Plant City Golf Club would close
came last week when Steve Mercer, lease
holder and operator of the club, was inter-
viewed regarding recent rumors about a clos-
That club is being forced to close, Mercer
said, because excavation on the site, part of
the Coronet Industries clean-up mandated
by the state, will become too disruptive to,
allow the course to remain open.
Murphy first played Plain City Golf Club,
3102 Coronet Road, in 1978. He also holds an
annual charitable golf tournament at the
Walden Lake golf course to benefit the bum
unit at Tampa General Hospital. That scram-
ble has helped raise more than $200,000 dur-

ing the last seven years.
"I always thought there would be golf
played at Plant City Golf Club," Murphy said.
"I thought that course would be open
Mercer, a 1980 Plant City High School grad-
uate, was told by Coronet Industries, the
owner of the land, to be prepared to shut the
course down some time this summer.
"I learned to play golf at this club," said
Mercer. "I had visions of making this golf
course into the club it used to be."
Mercer created Visions Golf Inc. when he
decided to take over the club's lease in 2004.
"I wanted to take over the 10-year lease
from Blue Sky Golf," Mercer said. "The main-
tenance of the course was getting away from
them, but the owners of Coronet were not
willing to develop a new lease for me."
Two Japanese corporations own Coronet
Industries' Plant City phosphate operation.
Onoda, the largest cement manufacturing
company in Japan, holds 75 percent of the
company and Mitsui, an import/export firm,
owns the other 25 percent. They purchased
Coronet for $25 million in the mid-1990s and:
paid another $3 million for the land used for
Plant City Golf Course.
Mercer got around the lease problem by
purchasing Blue Sky Golf. Therefore, he
See GOLF, Page 23

Steve Mercer, a Plant City High School
graduate from 1980, is the manager and lease
holder at the Plant City Golf Club. Mercer
said the club will close, after 75 years of
operation, sometime this summer. Mercer
presently has a contract to purchase the
Walden Lake Golf and Country Club for an
estimated $3.5 million. He could close on the
Walden Lake property this month if all goes
well, he said.


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Frank Fell, a Men's Association member at the Plant City Golf Club, tees off at the 13th hole. A dried up attenuation pond that was part of
Coronet Industries' wastewater system is in the background. The club will be closed down, perhaps as early as the end of June, so Coronet can
follow a ruling by the Florida Environmental Protection Commission. Contaminated soil, bleached white by acid in the water, will be removed
from the property starting this summer.

Above, the breakfast was
sponsored by South Florida
Baptist Hospital and featured
guest speaker William
Ulbricht, the hospital's chief
operating officer. Above, staff
and supporters from the
hospital take the stage. At
left, South Florida Baptist
Hospital's Jenny Hampton,
winner of the monthly "Good
Egg" award, with chamber
chairman Danny Coton.

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City, donated $10,000 to local schools at last month's Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce contact breakfast at the Ramada Inn. Above, from left, Barbara Franques,
director of Hillsborough County Schools for Area VI, Mark Bullard of Weyerhaeuser, Gina
Becker of Wilson Elementary School and Sally Stephens of Esther D. Burney Elementary
School, pose for a picture after the presentation. The donation will help support literacy
and buy library books. This contribution is a result of an education initiative being led by
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Railroad, City Communications Problematic


Finding out what is going on from
railroad officials is harder than one
might think.
Typically the lines of communica-
tions travel in only one direction on the
railroad information highway, officials
And recent problems in the Plant City
area have brought these communica-
tion problems into the light.
Train traffic through the historic
downtown from May 23 through June 5
was slowed to a crawl. Flagmen escorted
each train through town, walking the
track ahead of the trains, placing flares
at each intersection and crossing.
Delays at each crossing were as much as
30 minutes, depending on the length of
the train.
Inquiries from The Courier made to
city hall, the Plant City traffic and police
departments, and the Hillsborough
County Sheriff's Office revealed none of
those departments or agencies had
heard anything from CSX regarding the
slowed train traffic.
On May 30, responding to questions
from The Courier and the general pub-
lic, city officials contacted CSX regional
offices in Tampa and were told the
slowdown was caused by construction
at an east-west/north-south cross rail
behind the Palmer Street historic rail-
road depot.


The following incidents were
reported to the Plant City Police
Department May 21-28:

Criminal mischief, 7:45 a.m., 1
Raider Place
Petty theft, 8 a.m., 1100 block of
West Morse Street
Burglary residence, 10 a.m. 100
block of Oakbrook Lane
Robbery, 6:50 p.m. 100 block of
North Pearl Street
Aggravated assault, 7:45 p.m.,
100 block of Oakbrook Lane
Vehicle theft, 9:30 p.m., 200'
block of South Frontage Road
Vehicle theft, 9:30 p.m., 100
block of North Pearl Street

May 22
Drug investigation, 2:13 a.m.,
South Evers and West Alsobrook
Burglary residence, 7:30 a.m.
4500 block of West State Road 574
Aggravated battery, 7:45 a.m.,
300 block of South Knight Street
Criminal mischief, 9:25 a.m.,
2400 block of James L. Redman
Vehicle burglary, 1:45 p.m., 500
block of South Wheeler Street
Battery, 5:19 p.m., 600 block of
North Pennsylvania Avenue
Commercial burglary, 7 p.m.,
3000 block of Coronet Road
Criminal mischief, 7 p.m., 1600
block of West Baker Street
Drug investigation, 9:44 p.m.,
Ball and Washington streets
Criminal mischief, 11:03 p.m.,
700 block of North Evers Street
Criminal mischief, 11:10 p.m.
200 block of North Howard Road
Vehicle theft, 11:30 p.m., 1500
block of West Grandfield Avenue
Criminal mischief, 11:55 p.m.,
See LOG, Page 21

"My contact in Tampa said the
construction was responsible for the
train delays," said Don Rainard, the city
traffic and roads supervisor. "The work
was suppose to be completed by June
Heavy equipment has been posi-
tioned in the depot area since May 20
and workers have been on site replacing
or repairing sections of the track.
Calls by The Courier to the CSX
corporate communication offices in
Jacksonville May 30 resulted in a differ-
ent explanation.
CSX media spokesman Gary Sease
said the slowdown was caused when
vandals possibly removed copper wir-
ing from railroad property, near ,the
downtown area. The removal of the
copper wire interrupted signaling com-
munications. Under those and similar
conditions, railroad procedure would
call for each train to have a flag man
walk the tracks ahead the train, Sease
But, in spite of these communica-.
tions no one seems to know for sure
what the problem actually was.
"No one from the railroad called us
about the problem," said Assistant City
Manager Mike Karr. "We contacted the
railroad on June 1 and got an explana-
tion. They didn't call us."
On June 2, Sease called The Courier
and repeated the vandal scenario. He
said the railroad police had notified
local police about the theft. Calls to the
Plant City Police and the Hillsborough
County Sheriff's Office revealed neither
department was notified of any vandal-
ism, or any other topic.

On that same day Plant City police
Capt. John Borders called his contact
with CSX in Jacksonville.
"I was told the problem was due to
the construction behind the depot,"
Borders said. "The entire section from
Park Road through the downtown area
was affected. Local traffic was seriously
affected. But our emergency grid is such
- that we have ample coverage north and
south of the crossings affected. There
was no interference with our service to
the public."
Fire Chief George Shiley said the fire
- rescue units were not affected by the
slow train traffic.
"We were aware of the problem from
the start," Shiley said. "But we face train
traffic every day. Our units communi-
cate with each other and with the area
Hillsborough County rescue station.
There was no problems with our cover-
age during the slowdown."
Shiley did say that no one from 'the
CSX offices contacted his department.
Kathy Burke, the city's former public
works director, who now works in Talla-
hassee with the engineering firm PBS&J,
said she always had a good working
relationship with the railroad, but com-.
munication wasn't the railroad's
strongest suit, she said.
"When the railroad schedules
planned maintenance, they were good
about keeping in touch with the city,"
Burke said. "But when there was emer-
gency maintenance or a schedule was
changed, they were very slow in focus-
ing the information."
Train traffic on June 6 was proceed-
ing through town at a normal clip.

Photo courtesy of the Pregnancy Care Center of Plant City
Helping to raise money for an ultrasound project at the Pregnancy Care Center of
Plant City are, from left, Randy Larson, Dan Raulerson, Darryl Williams, Fred
Johnson, David Galloway, Charles White and Hugh Grambling. City Commissioner
Rick Lott also attended the event.

Event Benefits Pregnancy Care Center

$15,000 RAISED FOR

Staff Report
The Plant City Gourmet and Vinicul-
ture Society recently hosted its annual
party to benefit the Pregnancy Care
Center of Plant City, 304 N. Collins St.
Exceeding its goal for the evening,
the group raised $15,000. The money
will be used to help buy an ultrasound
machine for the center.
"We simply wanted to make a differ-
ence in the community," said Randy
Larson, who hosted the event in his
Plant City home. "While the society
members worked tirelessly to make the
event a success, the real heroes are
those who attended the dinner and
gave their support to this great proj-
"This extraordinary gift is vital as the
center begins the process of medical
conversion to provide ultrasound tech-

nology for mothers facing an unex-
pected pregnancy. Seeing the baby
encourages women to seek early prena-
tal care and to choose life for their little
one," said Mary Alice Hendricks, execu-
tive director of the center.
The $15,000 will meet the 20 percent
required to pay for the center's share of
the ultrasound machine. The other 80
percent will be funded through a grant
from Focus on the Family.
The money will also pay for the train-
ing of staff and a nurse manager, Melissa
Turner. Dr. Carlos Lamoutte will be the
center's medical director and will work
closely with the staff as the ultrasound
machine comes online. The center
hopes to have an operational ultra-
sound by mid-December.
"Almost 90 percent of women who
are considering abortion will choose life
for their baby once they see their ultra-
sound," Hendricks said.
For more information on the center,
call 759-0886.


Dale Carnegie training course
coming to Plant City
Dale Carnegie Training
Tampa Bay, in conjunction with
the Greater Plant City Chamber
of Commerce, is offering the
Dale Carnegie Course to the
Plant City area this month.
The course teaches partici-
pants how to positively
influence others, sell themselves
and their ideas and establish
goal-oriented living. Students
learn how to get their ideas
across quickly and accurately,
motivate and inspire others,
reduce worry and tension, and
improve interpersonal skills.
This is a 12-week course that
meets one day a week from 6 to
9:30 p.m. at the chamber, 06 N.
Evers St. The preview/
orientation is June 15, with the
course slated to start June 29.
The course is $1,695, includ-
ing all materials. Discounts are
available for all chamber mem-
Call Melanie Dodson,
business performance consul-
tant at Dale Carnegie Training
Tampa Bay, 288-8778, Ext. 101,
or e-mail her at melanie dod-

State Senate forum at Ramada
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club will
host a forum with three Repub-
lican state Senate District 10
candidates June 8 at the Ramada
Inn in Plant City. County Com-
missioner Ronda Storms, Ray
Young and Sandra Murman all
plan to attend.
A buffet dinner will be avail-
able at 6:30 p.m. for $15 and will
include entree, side dishes,
beverage and tip. The forum will
begin at 7 p.m.
For dinner reservations or
more information, call Melane
Byrd, 754-0424.

Juvenile program
seeks volunteers
The Department of Juvenile
Justice program is seeking vol-
unteers for clerical, mentor or
case manager assistance. Offices
are located at 1601 W. Reynolds
St., Suite 103.
Call: Sue Sloan or Barbara
Hubert, 757-9171.

Hurricane information
kits available
Hillsborough County resi-
debts can pick up hurricane
information kits at their local
library or neighborhood service
The kits include steps to pre-
pare for the season, a week-by-
week checklist of items residents
should have in a hurricane sur-
vival kit, and a refrigerator
magnet for them to fill in their
evacuation level with a perma-
nent marker. All come packed in
a plastic bag to remind residents
of storing valuable documents
and belongings in waterproof
For a listing of your nearest
library, go to
There are 'five neighborhood
service centers throughout
Hillsborough County.
Along with hurricane
information kits, Hillsborough
County has various programs
and events to assist residents in
preparing for a disaster., For
more information, visit the
Information Web site at


Man Faces 2nd-Degree Murder Charge


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The investigation led to a
suspect Paulino Hernandez,
35, with no known address -
who was arrested June 5 by
Plant City police.
Hernandez is being held at
Orient Road Jail without bond.
According to- police records,
Hernandez has been arrested
six times in the last two years
by Plant City police on tres-
passing and burglary charges.
The victim's identification
is being withheld until next of
kin have been notified.


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generator from woods behind a shopping mall June 5. The generator powered lights at an all-night
investigation of a makeshift homeless camp in the woods where a body was found Sunday.

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Gentle stretching of yoga at dawn. Then pulse-racing kick boxing. And afterwards, a group
fun-run on the miles of trails weaving through FishHawk Ranch. Past ponds, streams,
birds and other wildlife. Along the way, tone-up at the Osprey Club's fully-equipped gym.
Then cool down in the Aquatic Club pool while the kids do Tae Kwon Do inside.
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Staff Report
A homeless man is facing a
second-degree murder charge
after abodywas found Sunday
in the woods behind a Plant
City shopping center.
Plant City police found the
victim June 4 at 2:30 p.m. lying
face down on a mattress in a
makeshift homeless camp
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Parkway. The victim had signs
of trauma to his upper torso,
said police, who ruled the
death a homicide.
An extensive .investigation
followed, with Plant City
police bringing in a generator
to power lights so they could
work into the night searching
the crime scene.
In addition to local efforts,
members of the Hillsborough
County Sheriff's Office dive
team were called in to search a
retention pond in the woods
behind the center for evi-

Quilt Guild plans stitch-n-sew
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild plans a
stitch-n-sew plus dessert June 8 at 7:15
p.m. at the Planteen, Winter Visitor's
Center, 304 Dort St. Call: 752-7409.

Friday Night Gospel Sing
Mount Zion Assembly of God, 3005 Tho-
notosassa Road, plans a Friday Night
Gospel Sing June 9 at 7 p.m., featuring
Never Fade Bluegrass Gospel Band. Dona-
tions will be sent to the Real Life Children's
Ranch in Okeechobee.
Call: 752-1614.

PCHS Class of '57
The Plant City High School Class of 1957
will meet to plan its 50th reunion June 12 at
BuddyFreddys Restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch
Drive. Call: 752-6473.

Library offers story program
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer "Book Feast," a school-age
story program for ages 6 to 12 on Tuesdays
at 2:30 p.m. though July 18. Each program
features 45 to 60 minutes of food-related
stories, crafts, games and more.
June 13: Italian Cafe, stories from Italy.
June 20: Cowboy Cuisine, stories from
the Southwest.
June 27: Aloha from Hawaii, Angel Paat
and Auntie Kaui share their island culture.
July 11: Jungle Lodge, tales about wild
July 18: Fairy Tale Feast, medieval tales,
fairy tales, dragons.
Call: 757-9215.

Summer reading program
Thonotosassa Branch Library, 10715
Main St. in Thonotosassa, offers the
summer reading program, "Book Feast,"
for grades kindergarten through five.
o Betty Spaghetti, June 13 at 10 a.m.
Denise Hall serves up a feast of music,
stories and magic.
Let's Party!, June 14 at 10 a.m. Stories,
music, games and activities.
Fritzy Brothers One-Man Circus, June
20 at 10 a.m. Steve Lombardo juggles and
rides a unicycle.
Garden Party, June 21 at 10 a.m. Plant
the seed of summer with books and games.
Wonders of Nature, June 27 at 10 a.m.
Matt Edmonds presents artifacts, birds,
mammals and reptiles in his conservation
Going to the Game, June 28 at 10 a.m.
Go on a journey through the world of
Call: 987-6215.

Library offers Mini Workshops
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer mini workshops for ages 8 to
14 on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. through
July 19. Youngsters will complete a differ-
ent project each week.
The 60-minute workshops include all
materials and instruction.
Attendance is limited to 20. Free tickets
will be given out one hour before each
workshop until space is filled.
June 14: Sudoku; June 21: cake decorat-
ing; June 28: beadcraft; July 5: God's eye/
weaving; July 12: knitting; and July 19: doll
Call: 757-9215.

Library plans film program
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., offers a free film program for ages 5-14
on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. though July 19,
for boys and girls who can sit through a fea-
ture length movie.
Films average about 90 minutes to two
Call: 757-9215.

Library welcomes 'Mrs. Kate'
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will present "Mrs. Kate" Carpenter, folk
singer, songwriter and storyteller June 15 at


Pick of the Week

'When We

Were Kids
The Plant City Photo Archives'
new exhibit "When We Were
I '*-j ~Kids;'," containing photos of
area residents as youngsters,
opened last month and will
run through July. The free
exhibit includes several
Shundred photographs from as
early as 1899 and as recent as
the '70s and '80s, said Gil
Gott, executive director of
archives. Above, a "Kids Day"
picture from 1940 with
f Robbie Sims and John Fred
Robblc Simi A Germany. The archive, 119 N.
.. Johir Fred Gei man Collins St., is open Thursday
i'/Ph ( i' Hii Silwol to Saturday from 10a.m. to 4
Kid.', D 19 P.m. Call: 754-1578.

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-Photo courtesy of Glenda E. Tonlinson

The Miss Heart of Plant City Scholarship Pageant will hold a Miss Heart of Plant
City Night meet and greet June 13 from 5 p.m. to close at Woody's Bar B-Q, 203 W.
Alexander St. This will be an opportunity to rally around the local girls who will
compete for the chance to become the next Miss America/Miss Teen America.
Woody's will donate 15 percent of the total sales to the pageant. Above, from left,
Skye Tomlinson, Carly Knox, Caycee Hampton and Victoria Garren.
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10:30 a.m. at 2:30 p.m. for ages 3 to 12.
Call: 757-9215.

Soccer tryouts
The Plant City Lancers will conduct
soccer tryouts for boys ages 8 to 18 and girls
ages 8 to 11 June 17 at 9 a.m. and June 18 at
1:30 p.m. at the Otis Andrews Complex,
2402-2602 E. Cherry St.
Call: Chris, 299-2449.

Tea to benefit Pregnancy Care Center
The second annual Tea of Significance to

benefit the Pregnancy Care Center of Plant
City is set for June 17 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 1107
Charlie Griffin Road.
Individual tickets can be purchased for
$25. Call: 759-0886.

Strawberry Classic Car Show
The long running Strawberry Classic Car
Show is June 17 from 4 to 9 p.m.
Spectators can see antiques, customs,
classics and hotrods in and around McCall
Park, 100 N. Collins St. Admission and reg-
istration is free. Information: 754-3707 or


support group
An Alzheimer's support
group meets the second
Tuesday of each month at
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Call: Linda Bryant, 754-3761.

Bereaved parents group
A bereaved parents group
meets the fourth Thursday
of each month at 7 p.m. at
South Florida Baptist Hospi-
tal's community conference
room, 301 N. Alexander St.
Walk-ins welcome.

Diabetes support group
A diabetes support group
meets the first Tuesday of
each month from 5 to 6 p.m.
at South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Call: 757-8202 to register.

Epilepsy support group
An epilepsy support
group meets the second
Tuesday of each month from
10 to 11 a.m. in the South
Florida Baptist Hospital cafe-
teria conference room, 301
N. Alexander St. Walk-ins

Civil War unit
Step into the ranks of
history as a Southern can-
noneer and join the Milton
Light Artillery, Co. A. Milton
is a Civil War re-enacting unit
based on an actual 1860s
Florida battery. Milton re-
enacts more than 15 battles a
year and includes civilian
and nursing impressions.
E-mail info@miltonartill- or visit

Square-dancing lessons
Square dances and square
dancing lessons are held on a
regular basis at Strawberry
Square;4401 Boot Bay Road.
Information: 752 0491 or

Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
meets the second Thursday
of the month at the Ramada
Inn at 6:30 p.m., 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Dinner buffet is
$15. Call: Linda McDonald,

Plant City High
Class of 1960
The Plant City High
School Class of 1960 meets
the second Friday of each
month at 9 a.m. at BuddyF-
reddys, 1101 Goldfinch Drive.
Call: Warren Wilson, 685-

Strawberry Toastmasters
The Strawberry Toastmas-
ters Club, the city's second
Toastmasters club, meets
every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in
the community room at
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Call: Kathie, 719-7668.

Plant City Toastmasters
The Plant City Toastmas-
ters Club meets Thursdays at
7:30 a.m. at the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce,
106 N. Evers St. Call: Hal
Brewer, 752-4949.


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It's All About Mind Control

How do you persuade a man who has a wife and
children and who works hard but can barely
make ends meet to take a pay cut and go do
something that has a high probability of getting
him killed or seriously injured?

Clearly, it is not in a man's
self-interest to go to a foreign
country and fight in a war, the
outcome of which won't affect
him or his family. So how do
you persuade him to do it?
The answer lies in the nature
of the human being. We are
mind-directed creatures. We
act on the basis of our beliefs.
Therefore, if you can control
what people believe, you can
control what they do. That's
the whole purpose of advertis-
ing, for example -- to instill in
people's minds the belief that a
product or service will be
beneficial to them.
Persuading people to go to
war is much more complicated
and involves identity, which is
constructed of beliefs. When
we are born, we don't know
who we are or where we are.
We only know we've just been
pushed out of the warm womb
into the drafty world of giants
who can pick us up by our feet
and whack our backsides. We
protest the only way we can -
by yelling.
The first beliefs that will
come to constitute our identity
come from parents or caregiv-
ers. Any psychiatrist can tell
you how important these


beliefs are and how difficult
they are to shed. Then we begin
to add more from our peers,
from the culture and from
education. So, we learn we are
Americans, and just what are
Americans? Well, we are told
about that largely through
history, through stories told by
our own family and stories we
read or see in the movies.
And once we identify
ourselves as Americans, then
we will act as we believe
Americans, as we have defined
them, ought to act. It was not
in my self-interest to go into

the Army. I had a good job. I
had already decided against
the military as a career. But, as
an American, I believed it was
my duty, so I went, and if the
Army had said to go to Viet-
nam, I would have gone
without question. My identity
as an American was based on
my beliefs, and part of those
beliefs was that every American
had a duty to take his turn on
Millions of men have gone to
war because, as Americans or
British or French or Germans
or Russians or Japanese, they
believed it was their duty. The
danger lies in the fact that
unscrupulous men, through
misrepresentation and propa-
ganda, can motivate people to
go to war even though it is not
in their country's interest,
much less their own. Unless
there is an invader threatening
one's home and hearth, it is
never in the interest of an
individual to go war unless he
decides to be a mercenary.
It is an evil paradox that men
with the lowest motives can
launch wars by appealing to
the highest ideals of better
The millions killed in all the
wars were nobodies as far as
the leaders who sent them into
war were concerned. They were
cannon fodder. They all shared
in common the fact that their
political leaders were willing to
sacrifice them for greed or ego.
For all practical purposes, all of

the dead in wars are unknown
soldiers in the war leaders'
eyes. The dead are known only
to the people who loved them.
The trick is to remember to
make the distinction between
America in the abstract and
America in reality. The America
in the abstract is made up of all
our experiences, memories,
stories, legends and myths. The
America in reality consists of
what exists right at this
And what exists right at this
moment is a corrupt federal
government with a foolish man
in the White House. What
exists at this moment is a
military-industrial complex
with a vested interest in war
and conflict. What exists at this
moment are unnecessary wars
in Afghanistan and Iraq. What
exists at this moment is a
government solicitous of
corporate welfare, but one that
doesn't give a hoot about the
individual American.
Rudyard Kipling said it so
well when in a poem he wrote:
"If any question why we died/
Tell them, because our fathers
lied." Be alert when you hear
politicians talk about abstrac-
tions like patriotism, national
security and international
stability. They are trying to
control you by controlling your

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

The Delight Of Seeing Orcas After Dinner

.typically, the best Maul family vacations have
always turned out to involve discovery as much as
relaxation. This year's trip, with everything from
hiking to geology to whale-watching, was no

We started out with an
Alaskan cruise then road-
tripped our way around the
Pacific Northwest. This is only
my second ride on a giant
floating smorgasbord, but I've
already learned I need to walk
at least a few miles daily to
stave off inordinate calorie
bunching. As the master chef
said our last night at sea:
"Never in the course of human
history has so much been eaten
by so few over so little time."
That evening my wife and I
positioned ourselves in easy
chairs alongside the panoramic
windows in the ship's library.
We were heading south from
Ketchikan towards British
Columbia. The seas, stormy
and heaving the previous day,
had calmed to a light chop and
the late afternoon light was
brittle, crisp and clear.
Thinking of just such an
occasion, my wife and son had
presented me with new
binoculars for my 50th birthday
(my daughter gave me a cane,
but that's another story!). So
there we were, poised seven
stories above the Pacific,
peering expectantly into the
slowly evaporating evening.


The whales did not
A tell-tale spout off the
forward promenade alerted,
and we were able to draw a
clear bead on the passionate
dance of beast and black
ocean. The orca broke the
surface and rolled, lashing his
hefty tail with characteristic
ferocity before plunging below.
The great mammal repeated
the performance several times
before finally drifting astern.
Whale sightings are rare
enough, but I was fortunate to
enjoy several, including a
magnificent humpback in the

straights south of Juneau.
The entire passage provided
spectacular vistas and unfor-
gettable sights. The behemoth
cruise ship, parked under the
shadow of snow-covered
mountains, a guided rain-
forest hike near historic Sitka,
studying elaborate totems, and
learning the history of indige-
nous peoples. The week-long
voyage was a lesson in geology,
wild life, history and culture.
But it was the day we steamed
deep into Glacier Bay that
inspired me the most. The fjord,
lined with towering mountains,
is home to several active
glaciers. Some massive ice fields
are retreating while some still
advance. Classic features of
glaciation brought my old
geography textbooks back to life
and I wondered at the patience
and artistic genius of the
ongoing process that is creation.
The captain eased the vessel
surprisingly close to the place
where the Marjorie Glacier
enters the bay, and I was
fortunate enough to capture
"white thunder" on film as tons
of ice avalanched into the
The glacier, luminescent in
ice-blue, vivid with aqua hues,
turquoise and piercing white,
stands like a block of skyscrap-
ers a dramatic frozen escarp-
ment a mile wide and almost
300 feet tall. Sea lions played
among the ice flows and
passengers lined the decks,

sipping hot chocolate while
they watched.
It was a lesson not lost on me
the next week, when we spent
several hours exploring the
slopes of Mount St. Helens in
It's one thing to stand on the
tim of history and debate what
processes were employed in the
world's design or the exact
timeline needed to complete the
work, but then it's another thing
altogether to actually watch
1,200 feet of elevation disappear
and the north side of an entire
mountain simply fall off.
St. Helens most recently
exploded the day I graduated
from college, but as I stood on
the Johnston Ridge Observ-
atory and trained my binocu-
lars on the plume of steam and
ash rising from the new
eruption, I felt the same sense
of living planet that I had in
Glacier Bay.
Civilization, I read some-
where, exists only at the
consent of geology. This is a
living planet, wild and danger-
ous, and we all still have so
much to learn about its
processes and its future.
But what a marvelous world
this is. What an awesome
creation. I pray we neither take
it for granted nor abuse the
privilege of such a trust.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
him at

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Everything's Coming Up Roses For Club


When the Plant City Garden
Club designed and planted
the landscaping at the new
police department, little did
they know it would be such a
The club received two
national honors, one Deep
South award and two Florida
Federation awards, at the
National Garden Clubs and
Florida Federation of Garden
Clubs conventions last month
in Orlando.
Lots of help with the work
at the police department
came from the city's Recrea-
tion and Parks Department,
high school and community
volunteers, and off-duty
police officers and their
In addition to an award for
the club's recent flower show,
other awards won by the club
Darcy Stottlemyer, three
Florida Federation awards for
photographic slides and a
Deep South award for build-
ing high school membership.
*Liz Miller, the Florida
Federation Collectors Show-
case Award for her collection
of plants in the flower show.
*Jan Griffin, three Florida
Federation awards for her
flower show entries.
Great job girls and volun-

An ending fit for the movies
I always thought the TV
program "Father Knows Best"
should have been called
"Mother Knows Best."
A year and a half ago, Katie
Mullis noticed her son, James,
eyeing pretty Kerry Brown
during a church concert. After

Plant City Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy
The newly elected officers of Plant City's chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy are all smiles after their appoint-

the performance, Katie
approached Kerry and her
mother, Robin, and asked
Kerry to go on a date with her
The couple hit it off imme-
diately, and this spring, James
proposed to Kerry in the
movie theater. The manager
of the theater cooperated by
turning up the lights and
telling moviegoers someone
had a special announcement.
To Kerry's surprise, family
members and friends, hiding
in the back, stood and
cheered when this Plant City
boy opened up a strawberry
case holding a ring and
slipped it on this Lakeland
girl's finger.
The wedding will be at First
Baptist Church of Plant City
in January.
Parents are Tom and Robin
Brown of Lakeland, and Katie
Mullis and Freddy Mullis of
Plant City.
Best wishes to all, and
something to remember: Evenr
when father knows best, if
mom isn't happy, nobody is!

Gold standard performance
Dixie Forbes-Gorby of Ms.
Dixie's Aurora Music &
Performing Arts, knows about
Her performance team took
a gold at the Show Stoppers
Competition in May at the
Lakeland Civic Center,
placing sixth out of 27. It is
the first year they have
competed together.
Skylar Smith won gold for a
solo performance and Katie
Merrin, Masie Milnes and

Photo courtesy of Dixie Forbes-Gorby
The team from Ms. Dixie's Aurora Music & Performing Arts
performed well at the recent Show Stoppers Competition at the
Lakeland Civic Center. In back are Chelsea Bowden and Karissa
Wicker. In the middle are Sarah Winter, Skylar Smith, Molly
Coovert and Kasie Milnes. In front are Katie Merrin, Amiah Giles
and Sydney Shaffer.

Photo comuies of the PihuN City Arts Council
Sandi Norman, left, Susan Kolker and Cheryl Worsham recently enjoyed a performance by the
Tampa Bay Children's Chorus at Magic Moments Hall and Gardens in Plant City.
Armiah Giles won gold for
performance by a trio.
A big hand for these
talented kids.

Daughters of the Confederacy
elect officers
The Plant City Chapter of
the United Daughters of the
Confederacy shares a lot of
poignant memories, creates
lasting friendships and
welcomes any woman who
had ancestors in the War
Between the States.
The chapter recently
elected new officers. June
Godfrey, district director,
oversaw the installation of
president Carolyn Hankins,
first vice president Dee
Wallnorfer, second vice
president Sara Jo Reynolds,
secretary Barbara King,
treasurer Martha Sue Skinner,
historian Donna Kelly,
recorder of crosses Carole
Shelton, chaplain Sally
Raburn and third vice presi-
dent and registrar Diane
Interested in joining the
Call Carolyn Hankins at

A magical performance
The Plant City Arts Coun-
cil's past president, Sandi
Norman, president Cheryl
Worsham and the event chair-
woman, Susan Kolker, all
agree that the May 7 perform-
ance at Magic Moments Hall
and Gardens in Plant City was
The Tampa Bay Children's
Chorus, performing classical,
opera, gospel and folk music,
was sponsored by the council

Photo courtesy of Mullis family
James Mullis and Kerry Brown plan a January wedding.

and is just one of many
annual events highlighting
local, regional and
international art of all disci-

A star in waiting
Christine Koisa came home
two years ago with three
awards from the International
Modeling and Talent Associa-
tion competition, resulting in
modeling jobs for Bealls,
Marshall's, McDonald's and
WFLA's "Daytime" program.

She hopes to compete this
year for the International
Presentation of Performers in
New York City. If you would
like to help sponsor this
young woman's career
opportunity, call 508-2278.

Have a birthday or family
event you would like to see in
Betty's column? Send items
to or mail
or hand deliver to The
Courier, C/O Betty Briggs,
101 N. Wheeler St., Plant City,
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WHEREAS, the City Commission has received petitions for voluntary annexation from owners of real property
within the unincorporated area of Hillsborough County; and

WHEREAS, the City Commission determines that the petitions bear the signatures of all owners or
the area proposed to be annexed and meets all the legal requirements for voluntary annexation; now, therefore


Section 1. As required by Section 166.041 and 171.044, Florida Statutes, and other applicable law, the City
Commission of the City of Plant City, Florida, does hereby give notice of the proposed enactment of an ordinance



The proposed enactment of said ordinance, following second reading, shall be considered by the City Com-
mission at its meeting in the Sadye G. Martin Auditorium of the Nettle Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302
West Reynolds Street (City Hall), Plant City, Florida, on June 12, 2006, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matter may be heard, at which time interested parties and citizens may appear and be heard with respect to
the proposed ordinance.

Section 2. All persons are advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commis-
sion with respect to any matter considered at such meeting, he will need a record of the proceedings, and for
such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

Section 3. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person with a disability requiring rea-
sonable accommodation in order to participate in this meeting should call the City Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at
least 48 hours prior to the public hearing.

Section 4. The proposed ordinance, which includes the complete legal description by metes and bounds of the
area proposed to be annexed, may be inspected by the public at the office of the City Clerk at the Nettie Berry
Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida.

Section 5. Brief general descriptions of the areas proposed to be annexed are as follows:


1. 4207 Mud Lake Road, (Folio #92413.0000);

2. The West 200.00 feet of the North % of the Northeast % of the Southwest % of Section 18, Township 29
South, Range 22 East, Hillsborough County, Florida. (Folio #92413.0100)

3. The West 200.00 feet of the Southeast 14 of the Northwest % of Section 18, Township 29 South, Range 22
East, Hillsborough County, Florida. (Folio #92412.0000)

4. 3902 Drawdy Road (Folio #92408.0000)

5.4002 Drawdy Road (Folio #92407.0300)


6. The West 3/5.of the Northeast 14 of the Southwest of the Northwest % of Section 18, Township 29 South,
Range 22 East, lying and being in Hillsborough County, Florida. (Folio #92339.0000)

7.4014 Drawdy Road (Folio #92409.0000)


324 North Webb Road (Folio #90448.0000)


4307 W. U.S. 92 (Folio #82183.0000)


3521 North Wilder Road (Folio #89851.0000)


1.1306 Whitehurst Rd (Folio #82085.5000)

2. The South 132 feet of the West 14 of the Southeast % of the Southeast % of Section 24, Township 28 South,
Range 21 East, Hillsborough County, Florida; Less. the East 87 feet thereof and less the west 154 feet
thereof and less the South 30 feet for road. (ANX-2006-005; folio #82085.0000)

3. 3406 Boot Bay Rd (Folio #820865.0000;)

4. 3402 Boot Bay Rd (Folio #82124.0100)

5.1303 Bonnie Rd (Folio #82124.0000)

The maps showing the areas to be annexed are attached hereto and incorporated herein. The proposed ordi-
nance, which the complete legal description by metes and bounds of the area proposed to be annexed, may be
obtained and/or inspected by the public at the office of the City Clerk at the Nettle Berry Draughon Municipal
Building, 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida.

Section 6. In accordance with Section 171.044(6), Florida Statutes, the City Clerk shall provide a copy of this
resolution, via certified mail, return receipt requested to the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough

Adopted by the City Commission on May 11,2006.

/s/ Virginia L. Helper /s/ John L. Dicks
City Clerk Mayor-Commissioner


/s/ Kenneth Buchman
City Attorney



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Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9:00 .a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a n, and 6-00 r.m n ,
Tuesday "30pm
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Wednesday Worship '. 15 p m
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Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pm English. 6:30pm Spanish
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3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Off o:l 74 -. ,, .ri
Sunday Masses
7am &10 30arr Engisr,
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
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Plant City. FL 33563
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Jimmie "Bubba" Exum Jr.
and Rebecca Wilkins were
married April 29 at 3608
Fortner Road.
The groom is the son of
Jimmie Sr. and Anita Exum.
The bride is the daughter of
Doug and Wanda Shelton.
The single-ring ceremony
was conducted by W.D. Parker
of Plant City.
Maid of honor was Tonya
Parolini, sister of the bride.
Best man was James Hewitt
Sr., cousin of the groom.

William A. Richardson and
Kacy Williams

William A. Richardson and
Kacy Williams were married
Dec. 30, 2005, at St. Peter's
Episcopal Church.
The bride is the daughter of
Billy Keith and Laural

The groom is the son of Billy
and Carrie Richardson.
The ceremony was per-
formed by the Rev. Tom
The bride was given away
by her parents, Billy Keith and
Maid of honor was Sarah
Kaye Williams, sister of the
Bridesmaids were Jenna
Thompson and Miranda
Dunn, friends of the bride and
The groom was attended by
best man Kevin Damron, best
friend of the groom, and
groomsmen Matt Richardson,
brother of the groom, and Will
Justin, a friend of the groom
and bride.
Ring bearer was Jarrett
Rappe, cousin of the groom.
Flower girl was Madison
Rappe, cousin of the groom.
Ushers were Chris Williams,
brother of the bride, and Chris
Richardson, cousin of the
The bride is a graduate of
Plant City High School and
plans to graduate from the
Hillsborough Community
College nursing program in
The groom is a graduate of
Plant City High School and is
attending Hillsborough Com-
munity College. He is a fore-
man at CW 21 Inc.
Attendees included the
bride's godmothers, Debbie
Stokes and Eda Snyder.
The reception took place
Dec. 30 at 7 p.m. at Walden
Lake Country Club. After a
wedding trip to the Eastern

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Caribbean, the couple plan to
live in Plant City.

Ashley jenelle Earnshaw and
Jared Michael Crosby

Ashley Jenelle Earnshaw
and Jared Michael Crosby
were married June 3 at 3 p.m.
at the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints, Boston,
Mass., Temple. The bride is
the daughter of Mark and
Marvel Earnshaw of Cape Eliz-
abeth, Maine.
The groom is the son of
Robert and Linda Crosby of
Plant City.
The ceremony was per-
formed by James E. King of
Haines City. The reception
took place at the McKernan
Hospitality Center in South
Portland, Maine.
The bride earned a bache-
lor's degree in social work
from Brigham Young Univer-
sity, and a master's in social
work from New York Univer-

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Kahelin 50th anniversary
Richard and June Kahelin
celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary May 19 with their
family at the Hillsborough
County Farm Bureau.
The couple were married
May 21, 1956, in New York
The former June Smith was
born in New York, and Rich-
ard was born in Connecticut.
They came here in May of
1956 and are farmers.
They have a son, Harold of
Dover; a daughter, Judy K.
Moore, also of Dover; and two

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Williams 50th anniversary
Houston and Louise
Williams celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary May 20
with their family at their Lake-
land home.
They were married May 22,
1956, in Kingsland, Ga.



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The former Louise McQuien
was born in Alabama and
came to this area in 1951. She
worked for Publix for 15 years
before her retirement.
Houston was born in Ala-
bama and came here in 1932.
He retired from the Lake-
land Fire Department after 29
They have two sons, Jimmy
of Plant City and Lowell of
Ocala; three grandchildren;
and two step grandchildren.

Sutherland 50th anniversary
Carl and Helen Sutherland
celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary June 10 at a party
hosted by their children and
grandchildren at the 1914
Plant City High School Com-
munity Center.
The couple were married
June 8, 1956, in Bartow.
The former Helen Mott was
born in Plant City. She is a
former member of the Plant
City Garden Club.
Carl was born in Antioch
and is retired from CSX Rail-
road. He is s a member of the
Florida Freewheelers Associa-
They attend Valrico Church
of Christ.
The have two sons, Chris of
Plant City and Scott of Cross
City; and four grandchildren.

Hermann 40th anniversary
Joseph and Ceil Hermann
will celebrate their 40th wed-
ding anniversary June 18 at a
party hosted by their children
in Pasco County.



by Timothy Haught,

For those men and women who
made the greatest personal sacrifice
as members of this nation's military,
a burial with honors is the respectful
and appropriate final tribute. In
accordance with federal law, eligible
veterans and their spouses may be
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the U.S. Armed Forces and veterans
who have met minimum active-
duty requirements and have been
honorably discharged. Their spouses,
unremarried widow or widower,
minor children, and (under certain
conditions) unmarried adult
children are also eligible. In addition,
eligible spouses may be buried even
if they predecease the veterans. The
ceremony that honors a deceased
veteran is the expression of our
nation's gratitude.

Families of eligible veterans
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Chili's cuts ribbon
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James L. Redman Parkway. Sharon Johnson is the managing partner at
the restaurant. Call: 764-8548.

City Pro
Shane Johnson
and Jo Morton
held a ribbon
cutting recently
for The City Pro
Shop at 120 N.
Wilder Road.
Call: 707-7485.

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JUNE 8, 2006 THE COURIER *13

Murder Victim's Family Poised For Justice

June 11 marks one year
from the day when Jackay L.
Kelley was gunned down out-
side a friend's home on South
Franklin Street.
And his family bears a
continual feeling of grief as
the two men accused in the
murder stand ready to meet
their fate.
Charles Edward Thomas,
22, a Dade City man who was
caught by Plant City police
less than an hour after the
midnight shooting, has


pleaded guilty to second-
degree murder. He faces sen-
tencing in a Tampa circuit
court Aug. 2.
Wilson Angelo Graham, 25,
also of Dade City, is accused
of firing the fatal shot that
killed Kelley. Wilson is sched-
uled for trial in Tampa July 31,
said Hillsborough County
Assistant State Attorney Pam
Bondi. Graham was arrested
by Hillsborough County Sher-
iff's deputies Sept. 19.
Both defendants have been
denied bail and remain in
Hillsborough County jails.
Kelley was 51 when he died.
Kelley's sister, Annie F. Cox,
formerly of Plant City, now
living in Fort Lauderdale, said
she and other family members

are physically and emotion-
ally exhausted from the
"This past year has been
extremely difficult," Cox said.
"We dearly miss our brother.
But we thank God for the pos-
itive impact Jackay had on all
of our lives. We are following
the process as the case involv-
ing those young men works its
way through the court
Kelley was shot once in the
chest and died when an appa-
rent late-night robbery went
bad. Kelley had struggled with
one of the defendants outside
the home of Sam Pelham
when the fatal shot was fired.
Police were notified of the
shooting as the two suspects

involved ran from the scene.
Thomas was found walking on
North Palmer Street about 40
minutes after the shooting.
Police said he immediately
admitted his part in the rob-
bery. He then led police -to
where he hid the gun he was
carrying when the robbery
and shooting took place. The
revolver had one round fired,
police said later.
Thomas told police it acci-
dentally discharged as he was
running from the scene.
Graham allegedly fled to
Dade City following the mur-
der. Hillsborough County
deputies arrested Graham
Sept. 19 in Tampa on charges
unrelated to the Kelley case.
Once in custody he was for-

merly charged with the mur-
der. He pleaded innocent to
first-degree murder earlier
this year. Thomas is expected.
to appear as a witness for the
prosecution at Graham's
upcoming trial.
Relatives of Kelley, includ-
ing his brother, Frank J. Kelley
of Darlington, S.C., as well as
sisters Sherel R. Gay of Fort
Lauderdale and Julia Perkins
of Miami are all despondent
over the murder, Cox said.
"We are all sorry that such
young men were involved in
the death of our brother," Cox
said. "Their lives are ruined by
the choices they made. We
hope that other young people
see there is no good to come
from a criminal life."

A the June 1 edition of The
Courier did not properly identify
David Davenport. He is an occupa-
tional therapist.

HCC seeks bilingual math,
reading teachers
The Plant City campus of Hills-
borough Community College is in
need of certified reading and mathe-

matics bilingual instructors for its
Adult General Education Program.
Class hours will be flexible to
accommodate the work schedules of
students residing in the Plant City
area. The classes take place at HCC's
Plant City campus.
HCC established the program to
help individuals not only earn their
high school diploma but transition to
college as well. Call: 757-2111.

Juvenile probation program
Volunteers are needed for the
Department of Juvenile Justice's pro-
gram in the areas of clerical, mentor or
case management assistance.
The office is at 1601 W. Reynolds St.,
Suite 103. Call: Sue Sloan or Barbara
Hubert, 757-9171.
Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club seeks used

eyeglasses and hearing aids. The club
collects the items for distribution to
needy people in Florida and other
nations. To donate, place the items in a
"Lions Recycle for Sight" collection bin
at the following locations: the office of
Drs. Humphrey and Maggard, Strong
Optical, 800 Optical, Wal-Mart Optical,
the office of Dr. Kulyk, Publix, Kash n'
Karry on Alexander Street and the
Meadows at Countrywood.

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be held Saturday from 9:00am to
11:.OOam. The regular price of each vehicle
will be posted on the windshield. At
precisely II:OOam on Saturday. "Pig
Chuck- The Country Slasher will arrive
and begin to slash prices on every vehicle.
The person sitting behind- The wheel of
any vehicle when the regular price is
slashed will have the first opportunity to
purchase that vehicle at the new low
price. Prices will continue to be slashed
until -the inventory is entirely depleted.
Over 3.--00.000 of top quality
pre-owned vehicles will be available-
during this special sale.
Past credit problems will not be a
problem for buyers. Representatives
from major lending institutions will be
available to offer immediate financing .
and credit approval. There will be special
financing for first time buyers and for
those who have credit blemishes.
regardless of your credit history.
all you need to bring is your current
drivers license, payroll stub, and proof of

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Growing up around
Fernandina Beach, 50-year-
old David Jones planned on
being a commercial shrimper
like his dad. Then, like the
fisherman Peter, Jesus called
him into the ministry.
"Come, follow me," Jesus
said, "and I will make you
fishers of men." (Mark 1:17)

Q: How long have you
been in Plant City?
A: Five and a half years.
We moved from Jacksonville.
During my ministry, we lived
just east of Gainesville, just
north of Gainesville, and just
west of Gainesville, then we
moved to Jacksonville for
more than 10 years.

Q: Are you glad you chose
A: I fought it for a while.
It's not something you can
take lightly. You'd better be

Q: Where did you get your
A: Palm Beach Atlantic
College, then Southeastern.
Seminary in Wake Forest,

N.C. I earned my way
through working as a

Q: Do you have a family?
A: I met' Genevieve Hug-
gins in college, and we
married in 1975. We have a
daughter, Rebekah, and a
son, Jeremy. Then we have a
cat, Prissy. I think she's 16
years old. She needs a lot of

Q: What gives you joy in
A: Sometimes it's a chal-
lenge. But seeing people
come to Christ, marriages
saved, relationships coming
together, God putting back '
together the pieces. There's
a lot of brokenness today.

Q: What is a Christian's,
most powerful witness?
A: Just loving people, in
Jesus' name of course. To be
a servant, that's how we
reach people. I enjoy being
with people, being there as a
pastor, being involved in
people's lives. We've hidden
ourselves inside four walls,

we need to take Jesus to the
world. Jesus went where the
people were.

Q: Are there any miscon-
ceptions about Christianity?
A: We live in a world that
has to have instant gratifica-
tion. Most people like to be
entertained. Jesus is not an
entertainer, he's real.

Q:Who is our Bible hero?
A: I like Elijah. One of his -
statements really brings
truth throughout all history.
"How long shall you halt.
between two opinions? If
God is God then serve him, if
he isn't then don't." People
want to ride the fence. We,
have a lack of commitment.

Q: What do you love about
Plant City?
A: It seems to be a city
that's open to change. I like
that. That's where our church
is trying to head, responding
to the growth. There are deep
grass roots here. We farmed
when I was young, and I
relate well to the farmer.

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The Rev. David Jones of Turkey Creek First Baptist, 4915 W
Trapnell Road, had plans to be a commercial fisherman before
he was called to ministry.

Q: Do you have a favorite
A: "Amazing Grace,"
because it says who I am. I
was lost and now I'm found;
to know that God could love
a sinner like me.

Q: What is your source for
A: I watch the local sta-
tions and then I read our
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Life that night was a fairy
tale. She was a real-life
princess la quincenera.
Sarah Lofstrom looked
like she is on her way to her
wedding, but at only 15
years old she was not; Sarah
was celebrating her quince-
At some point in a young
girl's life, she experiences a
coming of age, a transition
from little girl to young
woman. Many cultures
recognize this time with a
formal ceremony. It can
occur as a Sweet 16 celebra-
tion, a bat mitzvah or, in the
Hispanic tradition, quince-
nera a young girl's "Sweet
15" birthday.
My wife, being of Spanish
descent, never had the
opportunity as a child to
have her own quincenera, so
it was with great delight that
she could vicariously share
in her daughter's quince-
nera, a coming-of-age event
that started taking shape on
our dining room table some
14 months ago.
Earlier this year our
daughter, along with family
and friends, celebrated her
quincenera. Part religious
re-dedication, part social
coming out, the quincenera
began with a church service
at the Primera Iglesia
Bautista La Fe on Evers
"I offer you, Lord, my
youth. Guide my steps, my
actions, my thoughts."
Sarah's voice quavered just a
little as she recited her
"Prayer of Dedication."
Everyone in the church
watched, listened. "Grant

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A horse-drawn carriage was one of the highlights of the coming-out party for Sarah Lofstrom. Enjoying the big day are, from left,
Kayla Stringer, Harley McDaniel, Racio Dejesus, Sarah Lofstrom, Kendyll Howe, Jessica Jacobs, Shannon Eckaus and Cheyenne

me the grace to understand
your commandment to love
one another, and may your
grace not be wasted in me."
Although her voice was
timid and childlike, Sarah
looked so grown up. As
Sarah read the prayer, she
held onto a bouquet of roses
with her left hand. Her .-.
mother and father were at
her side, each with a
supportive hand on her.;
"You have the power to
change hearts. Take my
heart, then, and make me a
worthy daughter of yours.
Sarah finished, and then
looked up shyly. Relief
flooded her face, and she
flashed a big smile. She
finished her part of the
After the church service,
Sarah maneuvered her long-
flowing gown into a white
horse-drawn carriage, and
with a grand wave to the
gathering, was carried from
the church through the
brick-faced streets of the

historic district.
Despite the driver's
admonishment to stay
!seated, a now-animated
Sarah stood as the carriage -
approached McCall Park;
she broadly smiled and
waved to a Plant City police
officer escorting the horse-
drawn carriage to the
reception and dinner party.
As the sun set, a 50-foot-
long red carpet guided Sarah
into the festive auditorium
where she was greeted with
an outburst of applause
from family and friends.
Some people say a quince-
nera looks like a wedding -
without a groom.
With her elaborate white
gown and bouquet, Sarah
easily could have been'
mistaken for a bride. Her
nine damas, or attendants -
ranging in age from 9 to 14,
wore formal gowns were
escorted by their fathers.
The high point of the
reception was the gift of a
ring and a doll. Resplendent
in her dazzling white gown,

Sarah accepted the gifts
solemnly. Both carry heavy !
symbolism: the ring is her
commitment to God, the
doll is the sacrifice of her
The "changing of the
shoes" is a tradition that
symbolizes the passage of a
child to young woman. As
the quincenera sits on a
raised chair, her father
removes the child's flat-
bottom shoes and replaces
them with a pair of high
heels. This act is symbolic of
a child's coming of age; this
ceremony is followed by the
traditional first dance as a
young woman with her
The rhythm, a waltz of
Julio Iglesias' "De Nina a
Mujer," a father's song to his
daughter, played as Sarah
and I took to the dance floor
together. I was overwhelmed
with joy as I moved across
the dance floor with my
daughter in my arms. Her
jeweled crown sparkled in
the spotlight as this proud

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old daughter out of child-
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Her family and friends
applauded; her mother
wiped a tear from her cheek.
Sarah spoke, expressing
thanks to her mother and
other family members. As
usual, she was young girl of
few words. "I appreciate all
that you did," she said. And
with that, the princess for a
day returned to the dance
Sarah, who started her
quincenera day quietly at 9
a.m. at Dillard's Beauty
Salon as a child, danced the
night away as a young
Her parents watched
proudly from a distance as
their quincenera, full of life,
moved from childhood into
a larger world.

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is the owner of the Whistle Stop


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Edna "Eddie" Leesch, 50, of
Zephyrhills died May 18.
She was born in Lakeland
and lived in Plant City and
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nity Hospital and a Baptist.
She is survived by her
husband, Louis; a son, Michael
A. Hill of Turkey Creek; two
daughters, Shelby L. Norris of
Zephyrhills and Amanda Hill of
Plant City; a stepdaughter, Lisa
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Ernestine E. Hughes, 74, of
Plant City died May 19.
She was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and worked as a clerk
in the garden department at
She is survived by two sons,
Glenn Rogers and Timothy
Rogers, both of Plant City; four
daughters, Elaine McKay of
Mary Estes, Dena Williams,
Tina Craft and Cynthia Garren;
a stepson, Larry; two step-
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Lane; a sister, Sue Dennis; a
granddaughter, Julie Broome,
and 13 other grandchildren;
and 16 great-grandchildren.
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Winsome Sweeney Robin-
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22. She was a lifelong resident
of Plant City and a homemaker.

She attended First Baptist
Church of Plant City.
She is survived by her
husband, William Sr.; a son,
William Jr. of Chiefland; three
daughters, Lynda Lanier of
Mulberry, Virginia "Ginny"
Cooper of New Port Richey and
Amanda "Amy" Westmoreland
of Plant City; 12 grandchildren;
and seven great-grandchildren.
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William R. Justice III, 73, of
Plant City died May 22.
He was born in Horntown,
Va., and was a longtime resi-
dent of Plant City.
He is survived by his wife,
Joan; three daughters, Martha
L. and Christine M., both of
Plant City, and Deirdre A. of
Lithia; a brother, Robert V. of
Oakhall, Va.; and six nephews
and nieces.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Gary F. Copeland, 66, of Plant
City died May 23.
He was born in Gadsden,
Ala., and came here from
Tampa in 1987.
He was general manager for
Kraft Foods and was a member
of Plant City Elks Lodge No.
1727 BPOE and the Walden
Lake Mens Golf Association.
He is survived by his wife,
Polly; a daughter, Kimberly
Smith of Plant City; a brother,
Steve of Atlanta; and two grand-
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Jerry D. Williamson, 61, of
Plant City died May 26.
He was born in Silver City,
He is survived by his wife,
Dorothy; a son, Travis of Plant
City; two daughters, Michelle

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Thorpe of Plant City; a sister,
Jean Milton of Virginia; and a
brother-in-law, Paul Shackel-
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He was born in Indiana and
came here from Clearwater in
1985. He was a structural engi-
neer and co-owner of Long &
Associates in Tampa.
He attended Hope Lutheran
Church. He is survived by his
wife, Elizabeth "Libby" of
Dover; two sons, Kevin of
Orlando and Oris of Plant City;
a daughter, Mary of Plant City; a
brother, Maynard of Zeph-
yrhills; and a sister, Cynthia
McClure of Plant City.
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The couple both grew up in
Pasco County, and both grad-
uated from Saint Leo College.
They were married June 22,
1966, at Sacred Heart Catholic
Church in St. Joseph. After
their marriage, they moved
briefly to Marietta, Ga., where
Joseph earned degrees from
Southern Technical Institute,
They moved to this area in
The former Cecelia Barthle
is employed by Sunshine State
Federal Savings and Loan.
Paul works for Railroad Park
Pediatrics in Haines City. He
was previously president and
co-owner of Saf-T-Gas and
Plant City Natural Gas Co.,
which are now part of Chesa-
peake Utilities Corp.
The Hermanns are mem-
bers of St. Clement Catholic
Church, Friends of the Bruton
Library, and have participated
in the Make Your Own Straw-
berry Shortcake fundraiser at
the Florida Strawberry Festival
for many years. In addition,

their family was honored by
the Junior Woman's League as
the 1986 Family of the Year.
They have five sons, Jeffrey
of Crofton, Md., Keith of Min-
neapolis, Kevin of Houston,
Dan of Haines City, and Terry
of Plant City; a daughter,
Karen of Houston; and six

Middlebrooks 45th
Wayne and Margaret Mid-
dlebrooks will celebrate their
45th wedding anniversary
June 23.
They were married June 23,
1961, in Faith New Hope Free-
will Baptist Church in Plant
The former Margaret Linzy
was born in Allentown and
came here in 1948.
Wayne was born in Athens,
Ala., and came here in 1947.
He served in the U.S. Army for
the first two years of their
marriage. He is retired from
Consolidated Minerals.
The couple attends Faith
Lighthouse Church.

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Q: What books have
influenced you?
A: The Gospel of Mark, and
this year the Book of Acts.
Rick Warren's "Purpose
Driven Life," that was
probably one of the most
influential books.

Q: What makes you proud
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She's hands-down been
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Q: What scripture would
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A: The verse that I have
claimed as a favorite since I
got out of seminary is Mark 10:
45. "For even the son of man
did not come to be served, but
to serve, and to give his life as

a ransom for many."

Q: What's your favorite
Bible translation?
A: My favorite is the
American Standard, and I
have an NIV life-application
Bible I enjoy. But I usually use
King James from the pulpit.

Q: What is God teaching
A: Patience and humility,
and to seek him. You think
sometimes you know God's
direction, but sometimes it's
easy to be totally out of
touch with God. Some parts
of it have been painful.

Q: Are you hopeful for the
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you'd better not say too
loudly is "change," or they're
liable to be changing preach-
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The following births were
reported recently at South
Florida Baptist Hospital:
March 8
A daughter, Jiselle M. Reyes,
to Beatrice and Jesus Reyes of
Plant City.
Twin daughters, Annjolea
and Annjoliyah Clark, to
Felicia Clark of Plant City.
March 9
A son, Pablo D. Matias, to
Luz Galiana and Pablo Matias
of Plant City.
March 11
A son, Anthony P. Lee Jr., to
Linda and Anthony Lee of
Plant City.
A daughter, Alexa M. Camp-
bell, to Delana and Corey
.Campbell of Plant City.
March 12
A daughter, Hope E. Den-

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The groom earned a bache-
lor's degree in mechanical
engineering from Brigham
Young University. He is cur-
rently working on his master's
in mechanical engineering at
After a wedding trip to St.
Martin the couple is at home
in Provo, Vt.

hoff, to Karis and Chris Den-
hoff of Plant City.
A daughter, Anijah G.
Hunter, to Kimberly Hunter of
Plant City.
March 13
A daughter, Seline Guzman,
to Selene Garnelo and
Salvador Guzman of Plant
March 16
A son, Steven D. Trice Jr., to
Ashley Fette and Steven Tice
of Plant City.
A daughter, Jaida P. Davis,
to Natasha and Nathan Davis
of Plant City.
March 24
A son, Ryan T. Bentrovato,
to Candy and Joseph Bentro-
vato of Plant City.

Brandon Regional Hospital
April 26
A son, Bryce Cameron Frier,
to Stephanie Snow and Doug-
las Frier of Plant City.

The Rev. Billy and Cherie
Cotton of Plant City announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Janet Theresa
Cotton of Lakeland, to Steven
Skipper Gause of Lake Wales,
the son of Skipper and Patty

A son, Casey Eugene
McClain Jr., to Shannon and
Casey McClain of Plant- City.
May 4
A son, Juan Enrique Jave Jr.,
to Leoner C. and Juan E. Jave
of Plant City.
May 8
A son, Anthony Charles
Knight, to Angela and Billy
Knight of Plant City.
A son, Mason Riley Sing-
leton, to Stacy and Corbit
Singleton of Plant City.
May 12
A daughter, Kaylee Marie
Balliett, to Crystal Latham and
Josh Balliett of Plant City.
May 13
A daughter, Alyssa Chey-
enne Sapp, to Yvette Filion
and Luis Sapp of Plant City.
A daughter, Alissa Chey-
enne Ziegler, to Sherryann D.
Ziegler of Plant City.

Gause and Paul and Janie
The bride-elect attends
Southeastern University.
The prospective groom
attends Evangel University.
A July 8 wedding is planned
at 5 p.m. at Southeastern Uni-
versity, Bush Chapel.

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800 block of West Warren
May 23
Vehicle theft, 1 a.m., 1400
block of Strawberry Place
Criminal mischief, 1:40
p.m., West Risk and North
Edwards streets
Criminal mischief, 11:24
p.m., 1200 block of South
Gibbs Street
Criminal mischief, 11:24
p.m., 300 block of South
Franklin Street
Vehicle theft, 11:59 p.m.,
500 block of North Howard
May 24
Battery, 12:07 a.m., 300
block of South Franklin Street
Criminal mischief, 12:07
a.m., West Renfro and South
Franklin streets
Drug investigation, 3:26

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Tom Emerson, a Plant City Golf Club member, putts out on the
fourth hole at the club, with members Dave Linton, left, and
Frank Fell looking on. The 100-year -old Coronet industries
phosphate processing plant stands idol in the background.

Continued From Page 1
became the lease holder and
could pursue his dream.
But the Florida Environ-
mental Protection Commis-
sion, working with Coronet to
clean up the residue in the
ground after a century of plant
operations on and around the
golf course, put an end to that
dream, Mercer said.
The ordered excavation calls
for the removal of millions of
cubic yards of contaminated
soil from the property.
The order to shut down has
left Mercer without a golf
course to run. His dream of
operating a course in his home
town was in jeopardy. That is
where Walden Lake Golf
Course and Country Club
comes in to play.
"I knew Walden Lake was up
for sale a couple of years ago,"
Mercer said. -"Meadowbrook
Golf (the owner of the golf
course and country club) has
had problems getting the right
Monte Guthrie, the vice
president of the Walden Lake
Community Association, said
the problems confronting the
sale are simple.
"Potential buyers wanted to
cut into the golf and country-
club property for its real-estate
dollar potential," Guthrie said.
"The homeowners around
here won't stand for any zon-
ing changes. We want the
facilities to stay as they are, We
would like improvements
without changes."
That is exactly what Mercer
would like to do.
"My expertise is in operating
golf-course and resort facili-
ties," he said. "Walden Lake
has the potential of being one
of the great 36-hole golf-course
properties in Florida. I want to
make the entire country club
reach its full potential for its
members. The swimming
pool, the tennis courts, the
dining facilities, the clubhouse
and the pro shop have a lot of
room for improvement. I will
take it to the highest level."
Mercer said the golfing pub-
lic in general will also benefit
from his ownership of the golf
"Walden Lake Golf Course
will become a go-to facility. We
know how to make it happen,"
he said. "And we can do it
without squeezing more
money out of the members or
the public."
"The residents of Walden


Lake will be pleased with this
new development," Guthrie
said. "Now, the issue of further
development can be put to
Mercer started to gather his
fortune by owning and operat-
ing sod farms in Florida. He
said expertise in that field is
well-suited to golf-course
maintenance. Tired of watch-
ing grass grow, he branched
out. From his Lakeland offices
he operated and managed golf
facilities around the country,
and up to eight wholesale golf
shops at one time in Orlando,
Tampa and Lakeland. From
August 2001 through June
2004, Mercer operated the
Royal Oasis Golfers Resort and
Casino on Grand Bahama
"That is when I made my
move to acquire the lease on
Plant City Golf Club," Mercer
said. "I've come back home
and if fate brings me to Walden
Lake,, all the better."
If all goes as scheduled and
Mercer and his partners
become owners of Walden
Lake (and it could be as soon
as June 14), members at the
Plant City Golf Club would be
allowed to transfer their mem-
bership, get a pro-rated refund
on their fees or take other con-
cessions from Mercer. These
options will be spelled out by
Mercer in a letter going out this
week to members.
Dave Linton, Frank Fell and
Tom Emerson, all club mem-
bers of Plant City Golf Club,
played a round of golf June 3
with about 1& other players.
"I've lived in Plant City since
1968," Linton said. "I've played
here twice a week since it
reopened in 1986. I can't
believe it is shutting down. But
you can tell that the lakes were
badly contaminated with acid
water from the old Coronet
"Mercer has really brought
this course back to a playable
condition since he took over
last year," Fell said. "He rebuilt
all the greens and had them
playable in a couple of months.
He really knows his way
around a golf course."
"I've played here for 10 years
," Emerson said. "Things
happen, but Mercer is going to
make it right for the people
who paid to play here. Under
the circumstances, you can't
ask for more than that."
Mercer sold three-year
membership at the Plant City
Golf Club for $750 to help
finance the course's improve-

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Youth Soccer Season

Closes With Title Games


In the only meeting of
teams with perfect records,
the Clash defeated the Rapids,
6-2, to win the under-12 boys
league in the Plant City Recre-
ation & Parks Department/
Optimist Youth Soccer pro-
gram. Seven championships
were decided in games played
last Thursday at the Otis M.
Andrews complex.
Also winning titles were the
Celtics and Cougars (U10 boys
and girls), Heat (U12 girls),
Strikers and Screamers (U15)
and Tottenham (U19).
Omar Castro scored three
goals for the Clash in the U12
boys final, making the Clash
the only team in the entire
PCRPD program to go 10-0.
Eduardo Carbajal, Juan
Marquez and Horacio Santos
added goals for the Clash
while Mauro Nolasco Jr. and
Carter Purcell tallied for the
Rapids, which ended with a 9-
1 mark.
For the year, the Clash
scored 67 goals while allowing
just 14. They did have a tough
semifinal game against the
Crew, who entered the post-
season with a 2-3-2 record but
won twice to reach the semis.
Danny Trejo scored twice as
the Clash edged the Crew 2-1.
In the other semifinal, the
Rapids won a 5-4 decision
against the Revolution, who
brought a near-perfect 7-0-1
record into the game. Dakota
Stone had a hat trick for the
Rapids while Gerson Herrera
scored two of the Revolution
In the U12 final, one of
three championship games
featuring a team that was
below .500 during the regular
season, the Heat shut out the
Freedom 2-0. Kellee Brown
had the game's only goals for
the Heat, which knocked off
the top-seeded Fusion in the
first round and did not allow a
goal in its three playoff games.
For the year, the Heat (8-2)
only gave up five goals, which
translated to one every other
game. They also scored a 2-0
win in last Tuesday's semifinal
against the United, with Mari-
ssa Cooper and Crystal Felix
getting the goals. In the other
semifinal, the Freedom, which
entered the playoffs at 3-4,
beat the Express 3-2. Nidia
Gutierrez scored twice for the
Freedom, who finished up
The other surprise finalist
came from the U10 boys tour-
nament. The Lions, also 3-4 in
the regular season, did not
allow a goal in their three
games on the way to the final
but once there lost 5-0 to the
Celtics. Pedro Espinal scored
twice and Omar Blas and Carly
Bornstine also found the net
for the Celtics. In the semifinal,
the Celtics knocked off the
Leopards, who won the Ame-
rican Division during the
season and brought an 8-0-1
mark into last Tuesday's

game. But the Cetlics cruised
to a 6-2 victory with Espinal
pouring home five goals.
Robert Seguin had three
goals for the Lions last Tues-
day as they won the other
semifinal, 3-0, against the
Tottenham was able to go
from a sub-.500 club to league
champion in the U19 tourna-
ment. Tottenham had a 2-3-2
mark before cruising to a pair
of blowout wins to start the
tourney, including a 10-2
defeat of Manchester City in
the semifinal. Then in Thurs-
day's title match, Tottenham
knocked off top-seeded New-
castle (7-1-1) by a 3-1 score.
Reuel Elliot scored twice. Elli-
ott wasn't even on the
scoresheet in the 10-2 game;
Raul Santiago had four goals,
with Rogelio Salgado and Jose
Medina getting two each in
that one. Newcastle reached
the final with a 5-3 win over
Liverpool helped out by two
goals apiece from Jose Lopez
and Andres Medina.
Completing a dominant
season in the U15 boys league,
the Strikers beat the Semi-
noles 4-1. For the year, the
Strikers went 9-1 and out-
scored their opponents 60-11.
Steven Marsh had two goals in
the championship match,
with Jose and Juan Castro
adding one apiece.
The Seminoles, who won
the American Division (the
Strikers were in the National
Division), ended with a 9-1-1
record. Esgar Montelongo,
who scored the lone Seminole
goal in the title match, had
two as they beat the Sidekicks
5-1 in the semifinals. The
Strikers edged the Stealth 3-2
in the semis with Juan Castro
getting two of the scores.
In the U15 girls bracket, the
Screamers were the champs
courtesy of a 5-2 win over the
Stars. Brittany Lindsey had
three goals and Melissa Zuniga
had two goals for the Scream-
ers; Estela Antunez had two
for the Stars. The Screamers
finished with an 8-1-1 record
while the Stars dropped to 8-2,
both losses coming against
the Screamers.
And in the U10 girls tour-
ney, the regular-season
champion Courage (9-1) won
two shootouts in three days to
take the title. First, in the
semis, it was a 2-1 win over the
Nataly Cordova scored her
team's only goal in regulation
and had one of the three
scores in the shootout. Cor-
dova also had a goal in both
regulation and the shootout in
the finals, where the Courage
edged the Tigers 3-2. Ste-
phanie Guerra had the other
regulation goal while Taylor
Jansevanrensburg added the
decider in the shootout.
Savannah Browning and
Ashley Piechowiak scored for
the Tigers, who finished up 7-
2-1. The Tigers themselves
won a shootout in the semifi-
nals, 2-1 over the Lynx. Brow-
ning and Piechowiak tallied in
the shootout and Alicia
Marquez had the regulation

Photo courtesy of West Plant City Boys & Girls Club

Varsity hoop champs
The West Plant City Boys & Girls Club varsity boys team won the 2006 basketball champion-
ship May 6 when it defeated the West Tampa Boys & Girls Club 73-70.

Early Rounds Of MLB Draft Pass By Giardina

Durant senior Carmine
Giardina certainly has the
talent of a first-round draft
pick. His pitching talent
is what got him signed to
a scholarship at one of
the country's top college
But Giardina found out
Tuesday, the start of Major
League Baseball's draft, that
teams aren't willing to risk
a high selection on a player
who may prefer to fulfill their
school commitment. Giardina
went undrafted through the
first 10 rounds.
Being taken in the first
round, maybe even in the first
five, could have pretty much
forced Giardina to take the
professional route. But in all
likelihood he will go to the
"backup" plan a full ride to
college powerhouse Texas.
The Longhorns were
national champions in 2005.
In this year's NCAA tourna-

ment, the
falling last
weekend in
the regional
round. In fact,
Texas was the
only one of
the eight
Giardina national
seeds not to
make it out of the first round;
Stanford advanced out of
Giardina was in Albuquer-
que, N.M., on draft day June. 6
because he was part of the All-
American Baseball Game
presented by PlayStation. The
game, obviously, is not a scout
showcase since it is held after
the draft.
"We select the next
generation of college players
and pros from across the
country. We try to let fans get a
look at the future of baseball
before they go on to college or
the minor leagues," said Bill

Burkett, the game's director.
Fox Sports Net carried the
game live Wednesday night.
Giardina learned of his
selection for the All-American
game in April. Several of his
East teammates were from
Florida, including Steven
Evarts from Robinson High.
Evarts, another left-handed
pitcher, ended up being the
first Bay-area high schooler
drafted, picked 43rd by the
Evarts' 15-strikeout effort
against Plant City in the Sal-
adino Tournament this year
would have been a record for
the event, if Giardina hadn't
struck out 16 batters at the
same tournament en route to
Saladino MVP honors, and
Giardina did it twice, at that.
While out in Albuquerque,
Giardina was able to visit with
his former Durant teammates,
Josh Fussell and Mike Cannon,
who were both football
recruits at the University of
New Mexico.

PC American reigns
The Plant City Little League Minor team recently won the American Division city champion-
ship. The team finished its season with a record of 25-2. In front, from left, are Michael
Williams, Landon Galloway, Josh Rose, Austin Bruner, Christian Soto and Quinton Broward.
In the middle, from left, are Josh Cayon, Chris Lara, Michael Andrade, Collin Wetzel, Andrew
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Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Wicker & Rattan, many
to choose. 813-876-1566

Logan's Wholesale
40-70% Off Entire Stock
1-4 EXT 3, TAMPA

Brand name pillowtop
set, new in fact plastic
w/wrnty, can del.
Mattress $125
Absolute bargain.
Orthopedic Pillowtop,
Queen or Full Matt et,
New in plastic warr.
can del. 813-477-9019
King Size $195

1 set, double sided pil-
low top, with warranty.
Never used. Can deliver.
King set-$345.
Queen set $275
Full set-$240
ROCKER / Recliner
Broyhill Brookline, leath-
er, Purchased new $990,
6 months old selling for
$800 813-949-2281
SECTIONAL Ithr, camel,
6pc 67", 35", 48", 35",
26", 26" open U w/
queen sleeper, 2 reclin-
ers. Perfect! $2200 obo.
White princess bedroom
$900 (727) 686-1844
SECTIONAL Sofa Beauti-
ful brown micro fabric
with bed & double re-
cliners. $1,000 firm
Sofa & chair $195
Sofa Sleeper $159
Queen No Flip Mattress
et $169
GE Washer.&.Dryer. $295
GE Refrigerator $195
GE Stove $159
4 pc Bedroom Set $339
PLANT CITY 863-666-1735
[C Health Products ]
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Pharmacy. Soma,
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more! Prescription re-
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0050 for free price
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cist. Overnight Ship-
ping 7 Days
6 Hobbies / Crafts / 1
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Scrap Gold- Paying Full
Blue Book for your US
coin collection.
Ralph (727) 403-0088
Jen-ken LT3k, Slip
Machine & slip table
*1000+ molds. $900/obo
813-215-3110 659-1356
((Jewelry & Watches))

Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
Mabry. 813-253-2164.

((Jewelry & Watches))
BEAUTIFUL 2ct & lctplat
solitaire rings. Certified.
Appr @ $18K & $9K.
ust sell. Only $7800 &
Lawn & Garden 3)
John Deere sit down-
riding, LT155. New blade
& new belts. $1000.
Call (813) 545-1910.
MOWER 2004 Husqvarna
Commercial IZ4818
w/40 hours.Used only
by private homeowner
on own lawnAsking
$4300.00 (813)217-2244
RIDING Lawn Tractor,
Honda 38" 2 cylinder,
water cooled eng, w/
dbl grass bagger, $950.
Good cond83-817-7116
SMachinery & 1
Heavy Equipment
""As Is" to fully second.
Stop and see why we
give the best value in
second. forklifts in the
state. Huge inventory.
1401 US Hwy. 301 N.
Tpa. Larry 813-620-1337.
since 1974. Parts, Svc
Rentals, New, Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
Prinston 1998 Kabota
Dsl. 90% tires. AWD,
runs & operates great.
$15,500 (863) 559-5318
((Medical Equipment))
Cost" If Eligible. Scoot-
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Chairs. All Diabetic Sup-
plies. We Accept Medi-
care & Private nsur-
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Hands Medical Equip-
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scription required. Call
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POWER Wheel Chair, Jaz-
zy 1122 w/Synergy Seat
& Roho Cushons $12,000
New. 2 Yrs Old, GC
$4,950' 813-732-18 1
([Miscellaneous For Sale))
AIR Conditioner, central,
could be used for home
or mobile home, never
used, in box, 5yr warr.
$995 813-684-7337
SALE! "Plus Free Bo-
nus!" 20x28 Now $4200.
25x32 $5800. 30x42
$9200. 40x62 $14,900.
Other models and sizes.
Front end optional. Pio-
neer (800)668-5422.
Since 1980.
ARCADE Games Sale, Pac
Man, Shooting games,
Sports Games, & Juke
Boxes Service Also
Available 813-293-6836
. Renew / Change Color.
Tub, Tile Sink Chip
Repair. Commercial &
Residential. 5yrs. War-
ranty. Quick Response,
Insured. Serving Florida
Over lOyrs. "Florida's
Tub Doctor." 1-888-
Sarasota church selling
beautiful marble altar &
additional pcs. Debbie:
Wed-Fri. 941-924-1731
CORVETTE rims set of
4 C-5 Z06 corvette
grey dem rims in ex-
celnent condition G-
Force tires mounted &
good. $1,200 (813)741-
333 (813)748-8999
SALE" 'Book Now!M!' 3
Days/2 Nights & 2
Disney 1Day Tickets.
Only$119.00. Free Shut-
tle & Breakfast. Call 1-
800-749-4045 Ext 101.
FENCE SALE 6x8 $21.95
Board on Board. Hurry
while supplies lasL

1-ounce gold coins, call
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or 813-205-4616.
Shutters (Used) S. Fl.
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NASA Mattresses 20 mental. CR 39 S. Lithia, Special40x72 $18,500 COINS-CURRENCY BUY- cert and first shots 9 f brdle & wh M, also LH head, champ. bkgrd.
Year Warranty Cost Open days 8-12 Sun- *20x20x9 .20x30x9 ING! Tampa's Oldest Coin im they are ready. $606 M/F smooth coat. Call Pedigrees. Parents/
$1995, sell, $399 Queen; Robin Hort. Call 813- 24x24x9 24x40x9 Store.Top Dollar Paid, ea. 813-662-6618 Lenny 813-610-7610 randparents on site.
$499 King. All sizes 244-5877#47236647 Other Sizes Available Cash. 5802 N Armenia $400-500 352-307-0772
available. Fast Free LIC# CBC1253330 813-879-660 AMERICAN BULLDOG (7) DACHSHUNDS CKC 8
Florida Delivery Origi- KNIGHT'S-NURSERY 813-713-2333 -788-3501 beautiful pups, John- wks, various colors long LABRADOODLE Puppies-
nal Tempur-Peeicfrom Crape Myrtle, Magnolia,y-- WE BUY COINS! son bidlne, p6p, CKC hair sable, bk/tan, Miniatures No/low
$699. Guaranteed Best Azaleas, ay Lies Buying, selling, trading! re hth cert must see health certs. $450 cash. shedding, parents KC
Price! Elec. Wisteria boxwood, Over 38yrs exp. Buying $60. 813-431-4227 813-238-4960 re shots, health certs,
Adjustables- 24hr. Toll Gardenia Viburnum Silver &Gold coins. We $995. 863-944-0670
free 1-866-46-0289; Palms Crotons and pay top $.813-792-2493 AMERICAN Eskimo Pups, DASCHSUND, AKC, mini,
Store Numbers: much MIORE Air port Rd (( Sporting Goods or 727-455-6196 Minis, Health Cert. & LH, 4m.,2f., various col- ABRADOR Retriever
Hillsborough 813-889- Plant City #04 10685 Shots, $300 ors. 1st shots, H, Select R el
pus1-3+now for 6/10 pkuo AKC reg., yellow
9020; Pineas 727-733- 813-752-676 GOLF Clubs Ping-3+ Tickets 813949-0666 u no 813-661-94 champion bloodine,
9334; Sarasota 941-929- 4-Gap Wedge, reddot, 813parents on premises,
7570; Polk863-299-4711; 5 GALIVE COAKS 75 stee, stiff, Brand new, BUCS SEASON Tickets 3 AMERICAN PIT BULLDOG DOBERMAN Pups AKC shots, wormed, health
Dad 305-651-0506; L '.5 1moth Od.$475 tickets, club 1, great Puppies, EX bloodline reg health certs, ready certs, taking deposits.
Broward 954-364-4989. 25GAL,13" CAL, 12'..$50 813-390-6880 seats on 32 yd line, health cert., Parents o 0 on /18.5M 6F. Ready 07/1/06. $650 15GAL, 1.5" CAL 8'$25 0Pren n Ca/18.15M-6F
Member BOB 748-8640Regw#47220672 HUNT CLUB (Alabama) w/parking pass. Face Premises. Exc temp. Call 813-759-1858 or (863)357-1841
MemberBBB o 748-640 Reg #47 0 752 HUNT CLUB (Alabama) wal 1. 81? 246 F romi 8 95t52 8137613-2209 oay earthlink.
PIANOS, Yamaha C-3 tropicalOPICALS***** members needed, 1000 vaue. 2-3646 From $500.813-995-2572 813-763-2209 sanetayor@earth
black, Exc cond $9000 Mango Avacado* acre club, total 6 mem AUSSIE MINI PUPS DOBERMAN Pups AKC
Ba n Bay Grand Lychee bers only. 813-714-3915 ToolS JJ All colors, born 4/30/06, parents MALTESE, 2 male AKC
Black, only B yrs old Palms ***** JOHN Bean/Snap on Many to choose from on sight. Bac& rust puppies.11wksold. Full
$3900. 727-323-3168 Ad oOianl Travelers T Ceanmales $750. Taking de. grown 51bs max.$900/ea
3900.72dia S dlers* HUNT CLU Ocala area, Tire Changer Wheel 813-263-2796 Rdy 6/25. 941-345-31 Cash Only.912-223-1949/
0 SUPER SALE r.. Bismarkn F*oxtail approx. 300ac, deer & Balancer, Excellent
1927 hog only, no camp, no condition. $4,400 AUSTRALIAN Shepherd ENGLISH SPRINGER 863-255-1937
Pictures&Lamps and #4722415 813-884-927 dos, $50memer 813-886-1121 cute dogsASCA, NSDR, SPANIELS, AKC, $525- MALTESE AKC MALE
Selected Furniture. 352-351-1999843-8993 NAPDA, all shots & $625i F, 3M, Ready B
813-948-4802 #1733760 WAYNES-PLANTS ELK, Red Sta, Buf Utility Build / heal th certs, $300-$600 Now!Please Call Health Cert. 06All Shots
FreWker Assorted Flowers/Trees HUNT ugELKsRedit% Ut 813-2 9 813-832-4254
Shrub & Palms To many falo, Whitetail, Fallow- | Trailers $jj $ 2 --4500
toikBUy to list. Open 8-8 7 Days Guaranteed hunting li- BEAGLE Pups, spoiled, ENGLISH SPRINGER (863)221-7449
"- 5512 Turkey Creek Rd cense $5.00* Season 2005 Cargo Mate 8x18 looking for a lot of fun SPANIELS, AKC, $575-
1/10 mile S. of Hwy 60 8/25/06-3/31/07. We V/nose black w/ dia- and little trouble. HC, $675. IF, 3M, Ready MASTIFF Puppies, Brazil-
WOLFF TANNING BEDS 813-737-6306 #47232281 have a No-Game-No Pay mond ramp door, tie shots vet checked, Now, Call Today! an Filas, rindle &
Buy Direct and Save! policy. Book now! Days dns 4' side dr as new $200/ea.813-731-1892 813-832-4254 black, parents on prem.
Full Body units from $22 ]' (314)209-9800; Evenings $5260. 813-833-1`486. $500 & up. D 352-572-
a month! FREE Color Office Equipment/ (314)293-0610 BICHON puppies, Exc FRENCH Brittany Span- 9614, E 352-685-3669.
Catalog CALL TODAY! Furniture/Supplies CARSON 2001e d 6 X 12 en- quality ieAK malese el 1 k u es PAPILLON Pupes, AKC,
(w8w00)pe84n2-1c305 Pool Table $1150 closed utility trailer, a. rised: H/C, $les 3 BelW UKC 8F OW^pPpies, CAIRS DESKS Sram oo Tam a www.contented Vet ready $650 females,BIChampion
Files Used Office Furni 1" slate, leather pockets, d21r0 ( i75)771-8515 352-220-0351 each. 561-243-6825 line, blacK/white,
A+ POOL HEATERS Fac- ture Specialist. Commer- ball & claw feet, worth (775)830-2737 BICH- mgcarr07@aol. com
tory Direct: Solar/Heat cial Qty. At wholesale 4K All new in crate, life BICHONS, Tiny to O T 352-466-4036. Ocala
Pump or Gas. Complete prices! OF 813-877-9400 timwarranty. Can del & NEW 7X12 A-OKenclosed dies, shz tsus, sily tr- .... POMERANIAN2to ale
Do-It-Yourself heater setup. 813-477-9019 trailers, loaded w/ ou- riers, M & F. reg., shots, POMERANIAN 2 toy male
kits. Phone quotes, in- BUSINESS Telephone tions, several colors to $500 & up casn only Tpa ENGLISH Bull Dog Pups, VC T checK ,
staatons mot areas Systems. CLEARANCE e choose from, priced at area 813-263-6596 AKC, Health Cert. H Av now
1 -80 0 79 6 095 1 SALE. Major brands. 148 only $3995 813-236-9186 lsBORDERCollieseReg. w whditesvery
www.SoarDirectcoEK Low$$n-snstallation Pro Series 1" Tourna- BORDER CollPuppies AKC reg. d. deoliveravaiad
Lic#CW C029795/lnsure avail, 813-985-5011 ent slate K661" Health Gtd, Best of Breed $1200. 386-658-2561
d DealerInquirieshealth certs, several 50 GOLDENDOODLES Vet $375Up(863)537-1648
Rer, Network Design CHAIRS! Chairs! Chairs! POOL-TABLE, Brunswick www. choose froundm, border GERMAN Shep PsAvail,k
up e Custom BUY OR SELL mon sights, carved oPETS 25 1 HeatN aur, 600 P E ps, KC, ale
cabinet, new inobox nev- coMlies.co0 615-325-9144 tan, 8 wks 2n shots,
R ENT-A-GEEK On-site & e pment & i erused Cost $32060, sell BOXER Puppies AKC 863-965-'1AKCer020 loodlines. tinytoys for ady to
Remote Support, Virus DVDs, ato n $1150. Can deliver.&Rea 07/01 ve A adption. 5
p r 7 Removal, o 81-23-89790 1-24 26ced $300 LkInd 863-858-1471 inch at 0 wks H..
S813-924-1326 c first hotsF- $800; M-650; Minis
Hardware & Software health certs, several to GOLDENDOODLES Vet $375 (863)537-1648
Reair, Network Design CHAIRS! Chairs! Chairs! POOL-TABLE, Brunswick choose from, takin de- Checked Ref's Avail,
etu 1- OCUB LES-i el e L 9 monthA old, Must Sellts $650 (813 655- 2 yr ,Heath Gaur, $600, POODLE pups, AKC, male
er a reviews on stock. Multi functional 7r45$5,000New,% (813)299-4051 Females, Ready to go. & female, all colors,! .Eng- mid bck chair $59- much Now 00 NFCe863-965-1020 h t sry to

WARNING HURRI dNowRny$2ei,0 ate COCKATOOS O1puppies, AKC 8'3 0 la d hs ead 6 pr -
CAS Habalmos more! EOF 813- 877-9317004 $600and (pair) BULLMASTFF ppies,
ES ao.indo IS DESKS FILESw! CHAIRSe Birds)3-8706 gs8 GOULDE8NDOOD.ECHad d 813-9P9
wwwGeeksoccom rOLhTABLE, SOLID o ydnvet lst&w2nd Shots, vetchecked ship-
D tman mi rs e WOOD 8' EXCALIBUR shots, $50-$700. ping. 712-239 -764 POODLES, standard, AKC

uLand much more. 70% WOOD447eXlpIrcek K S,6&7woe CI Hany ds 9
WARNING HURRI- Off Retail. 6x6e new 6PRO, -66 rails, in crate, COCKATOOS241 52 w w w a e a e pups, ready 6/14, api-
CANESl SaProtect s ouryste $399 EOF. 813-877-9400 wal rack, 16 pc. kit, 4 pc umbrella (pair) good BULLMASTIFF puppies, coor blac, $1000, vet
home & Famisly, N ow! LE S C HA I CO 8 e ups, GOLDENDOODLE CKC checked, health certs,
Storm Windows, Storm DESKS! FILES. CHAIRS! NOW $1 0. 813-600-6590 a es 81 3-876-8900 K,200-$150.Wks. QUALITY pups, CHand vacs, OFA 813-949-9176
Shutters Shop at home. Largest quality selection s wwwu astffpu
Factory-Direct Prcing in Tampa Ba area727-647-21 WEBUY Treadmillsafe SPHYNX KTTENS, Hair- CHIHUAHUA Pups 8 owarsu066pp POODLES Toys, 8 wks
EZ financing ava le 8267UnbeatableeA less$$ EO.. Ellipticas, Benches,ald beauties, org 813-777-2517 and AKC reg. parents now in
Call for your Free Con- 813-877-9317 Home Gyms, & other exack m wth LAB up. Call 386-364-8re stock Park Ave. Puppy

#1 Steel Buildi Source Miller WorkstatioCs, All Web ID# 1685639 $800 & up. wht chest $450-$550 all shots pto d e 813-662-2592
ommecallur esLn_ r sF ick KITTENS, 6 & 7wk-364- 345 813-792-792A tThorihr9upks $00 Lic# P06062440
tural800-585-5970 Ext. 208 FILES FILESFILES up call ay itAga all coors ver payfu, Wheton/Brindle $700. to choose fromchamp 9522 or 813-973-4461
Commercial Grade & Qity Soorts Carrollwood969- FREE to oouhome. 'www.mccartysterriers blood line, AKC,
REDUCE YOUR CABLE 5 Drawer Lat. Files $200 0855, Tampa Palms 514- CaIl8-5p .com (352) 591-2271 vet checked non shed. PRESA Canario Pups, 8
BILL! Get a 4-Room All- 4 Drwr Vert. $69 like new 6556, Brandon 661-4141 813-241-9152 weeks, brindle, champ
Digital Satellite system EOF 813-77-9400 Kittens CHESAPEAKE Bay Champ $1200 941-429- lines ears crope,
installed fo sFree mad KittensO& Catsf Blood line, Re, Parents KEESHOND PUPPIES $120b. 352-279-1660
pro ramming starting T 9&800Free to good-home. on Prem. M $560 F $650 12 weeks, health certs or352-628-2448
unr $20 ree Digital Series 5 Drawer Lateral NEW ARRIVALS Spayed, neutered some o y$t Rea Now. pedireeuaranteeS 9
Video Recorers t Economy Ofew Files 30" $250 36" WAREHOUSE SAVINGS vaccines (813) -689-06612 813-843-1427 advertised in Classified 681117 4 ve msg
callers So Call Now. 1- $300.42" $350. Many Brands Available 4dren.on 00e00$450.0i
800-79-7279727-647-2170 Tamnpa Safe Exchange. SPHYNX KITTENS, Hair- CHIHUAHUA Pups (813)777-068 Iems r your
8267 Causeway Blvd SteA' less bald beauties, wks 2F I black 1 fawn Yuppy Pups now in
SSTEELCASE & HERMAN 813-663-9888 663-9838 TICA registered. 1 tiny black m with LAB PUPPIES AKC re. stock Park Ave. Puppy
#1 Steel Building Source Miller Workstations, All WebD# 1685639 00 & u. white chest $450-$550 all shots up to dae 813-662-2592
Commercial/ Agricul- sizes. Lowest Prices!tP86-364-8345 813-792-7926 through 9 wks, $300, Lic# P06062440
tural / Residential. Stan 813-966-1072 almost c y readyto go BE-
Since 1980! Callfor Hn FREE Kittens to Good CHHUAHUA Pups, CKC, 9 863-287-322Puppies-Mixed, beauti-
esty and Integrity! All WE Home. M&F, Litter wks to 3 mos, male and ul& lovino around 12
Sizes! 1-888-25-7755 Buy Office Furniture!! Fid what y need in Trained, Will pay $30 to- female, teacups and You'll find value buys wks, 3M 1F- need good
Sies 1-88- B rTop Dollar Paid $$$ ward Neuter/ spaty, os. $5 00-$700. i homs. 754-7981 or
(miscellaneousWante Economy Office Furniure today's declassified w/receipt813-689-010 813-843-142 advertised in Classieds. 681-1174 Pislve msg
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satellite systems want- Patio & Deck
ed. Will pay cash and s Supplies
pickup. Call anytime Spi
pocket & wrist. GOLD/ 45 cent- ea.N. M ny ,: :,r
Silver Jewelry, Dia- DolIt ', ur' o7 inf.
monds Call Gemologist PaverSoai rl Aoatible
SAM (Y27) 804-7463 (813)968tu it Sun P.v.* ,
www '.unvUn3'.' r ,:.rre
We Buy Gold Cash
1OK, 14K, 18KAny Ca-d r Restaurant / Hotel
rate. Broken Gold, i
Scrape Gold. Any Cond. Equip.
We Pay Top Dollar. Call A.- _
Us First 813-900-6429 ICE CreamSrrelg i n.i StorageS creen']h ing
All r':- vajr' e__'J -H B O__R S A 1
Musical Instruments) ent. Only reI r ld. o~nnin .n ,,, ,: 'a. ABC AFFORDABLE
ORGAN 813-671 b 2178 0 1813-244-314 SCREENING
Lowry Royale Largo ReIurant NE1 G H BOR254-1
Ecellentcondition Eqluipmer, U -Store It No Job To Big,
Original owner 1765 ClearW -r L irc o AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING HFML NO Job Too Small,
$15,000 813-633-2947 Rd. Cle raer. FL s U r.,0, Concrete Di.vison Mini Warehouse We do them all
ORGAN Lowry Ro ale659-3261Driew s *Patio
Fletcher M usic for $57K. Coolerc..1 i.h er '. Stoves. L,'.: .i ,,i,*Slab s ,,iz e s
Sacrifice $10K. Exc w/ Frsers. Griddles. ClFoundation SSlabs i Sizes
bench/bks 260-622-9088 Charliroilers. Saii n dIdi .I Residential Comrmnercial x i
Prep Cc'oler. Pzsa
PIANO Kohler & Prep ra,,lehars, Pbia I 813-754-2012t ....
Campbell upright, bick, ovens a Bobbie & Kathy 7 l 1 -'s 4 0l2l tol
a ner exccond. Pd Caseis. M-at Grincler.s, House Cleaning Ln4 nIei. i) In. : 8 o C iu--,, Patx
300 As3in$1700.813- Meat Saw MeaTenderLicensed, BonIed And insured 12X25S
991-4509/503-3978 cell izers, Beer K'.. Co,:,ers. NO JOB TOO BIG OR ro0 SMALL

P RENT Sinks. 3Cn pa WEiCLEA LAuto, Boat & RV firtiIno
WITH OPTION TO BUY Sinks, Swail vaire. Pos.. BB33
$25/mo Lowat rates in Pans. Silverware. ri i,:nd Rem 3 1--
FL! BECKER PIANO New & ,ed a y I, .C813-659-1854 Storage 3530 T
813-837-3helposee find what''r n Located at:
PIANOS, Yamaha C-3, hpu .,n, l t
black, Exc cond. $9000. youEokingo 3010 Jim Redman A. ROBERT SMITH
Baldwin Baby Grand SANDWICH shop out o, ZTREESERVICE
Black, only yrs old business. Holbor ma GRIFFIN'S CONCRETE JazzPlant City TREE SERVICE
$3900.727-323-3168 slicer 2 Irg coolers 1 T COR SER- ICES Remnovai Stump Gnnaing
Irg edr Tc OOler. 7522 .,Tnmmng -Splt Firevoc,.i
VIOLINS $100, German warmer sandw;ch ds Masonry-Driveways UAny2Phase at2Work
150. Vio a.$150. Cellos play ctr 813-737-38,E Upt752-2Slab
319. Cases & Bows. Patios Slabs ,f-I LN. SI,
Mandolins $120. Guitars NEW, Used & RefurP. Tractor Serivices I 1 813-986-7200
150. Trum ets Flutes & Restaurant. Bakerv. u813-763-2931
larinets 9. Rentals Pizza & Ice Cream .T 754- 1 176
& del avai, repairs, (813) Equipment Bu~ vi& Sell ._
655-6554 727-945-9427 727.463-3835 BusinessPt ei
OM Will Pay Cash For Neec a m,:,rorpin. R, Rays WeAling,
Old Fender, Gibson Mar- lessons' Turn to At il Fabrication &
tin Guitars, any dondi- Your Serfrt lura 3"LJ I IJDVERI S--tits,
tion, Buy /Sel/Trade! multitude r .u*;nE sss5 rS 0Repair
Honest liable andserrviceshat,:arn, Memorials and Urns6 4
www.VintageCltyGuitar lend a helinon hana. i.1 Small & Large .Iobs 1-800-574-6380 8 You'li ind Ih't-gs l-'- uc' E'r/ r r,) 'rria Over 30 Yrs. Exp.
Classified. The barin to suit ite reeda ,f ircim y'ur iverli- ph, 8006 So. Turey Creek Rd., Plant Cliy
hunter's dream. Call 81 .2590500539 2

28 THE COURIER JUNE 8,,2906,

([ Dogs ) ((C Dogs )] ([ Fruit & Vegetables ))
RAT Terrier Pups UKCI ADAL FOR Sale, Blackeye peas
Lovable Rare colors Ti- ADORABLE & pinkeye peas & zipper
ny Toys-minis $350&up PPYpeas. 813-737-3866 from
(352) 591-2271 www. PUPPY SALE 9am-4pm M-F or MPeta d i 927-0554
SAINT Bernards, Little F Horses & Cattle )
Beethovens long hair, I JJYM T
block heads parents on EMPLOYMENT 0
remiss Ready to go A Selection of More ARABIAN Mare 15 H, 14
13-973-316 Than 50 Puppies yrs, sorrel, well trained, -
exp rider, good home .1
SHAR-PEI PUPPIES Beagle Bichon Boxer, ony. $1200. I Administrative/ e
M&F, mini &standard Chihuahua, Dahshund, 813-927-4960 I General Office I|
AKC, health guarantee Lab Pomeranian, Poodle1
$400 and$700 Pug, Shih Tzu Husky, FREE Horse if boarded P
1-941-922-5244 Silky, Westie orkie with us! Full board, DATA ENTRY! Work From
plus many, many more $250/mo. Horses rented Anywhere. Flexible
SIBERIAN WOLFDOG All Puppies Come With: $15/hr, $25/day Call Hours. Personal Com-
PUPS, breeding cert, lyr Health Warranty now 813-649-1126 www. puter Required. Excel-
vet i', shots guar. & Free Vet Visit lent Career Oppprtuni-
contract 813-424-7288 Free Training DVD ty. Serious Inguiries on W Microchip Identifica- GOATS for Sale Replace- ly. 1-800-344-9636 Ext.
tion Also, Large Selection ment Commerical Boer 300
STANDARD POODLE, of Freshwater Fish, & Boer X Nannies Boer
AKC, champ & OFA Reptiles, Small Animals, X Kids, 25 to 501b. Billies
bloodlines, non shed- Birds & All Your all sizes, Rams (sheep) r Child / Adult Care ]3
ding, hypoallergenic, Supply Needs 60 to 100Ib. 386-758-
$600 & up 386-364-8345 2485, 386-365-8262, 386- PLANT City Area Pre
WEST Highlands Terrier Petland Lakeland 647703 evening 386- SchooleTeachersneededbut
Pups estie) AKC, 3800N.Hwy98 not requires. Will Train
health certs, POP. M/F. 863-859-6886 Quarter Horse -$500, 813-85i8457
$500-$600. 386-208-1323 Pony-500, Mini-$200,
or 386-647-6293. Petland Tampa All id-safe. + 30 more!
Whippets, AKC, 12 wks 7699 W. Waters Ave dn, 100/mo. Man Construction
beautiful markings! 813-249-8700 beautiful paints, Will
Very playful. Mals M-F 11-9 trade & rent $15/hr, Tower Mechanics, exp.
$400. Femaes $600. Sat 10-9 Sun 11-7 $25/day. Call now: servicing communication
352-528-2931/816-3232. Visa Mc, Amex, Discover 13-649-1126 www. towers req'd. Sal &
YORKIEPUPPIESQait 100/ Finoan3iAvailable benes. 941-378-0080
YORKIE PUPPIES-QualitV, PO4-0702132
reg & toy, M/F, family TRAILER, 2 horse D
raised H/ Gooseneck trailer, 1990, Drier / Delivery
352-220-0351www. Exotic G recently painted very Driver/De good condition, $2300. AMERICA'S DRIVING
YORKIEPUPS AKC SUGAR GLIDERS (2) fe- Call 813-672-2282 ACADEMY Start your E
ChampR dm, 3 C $750 & males and (1) male driving career! Offering
Chup, fam Bldraised, $750 $100 each or $200 for all WANTED!! Horses, po- courses in CDL A. One
Cash Only (3). Very sweet Call: nies, goats, sheep, la- tuition fee! Many pay-
813-886-981 813-310-7535 mas, cattle & any ani- ment options! No regis-
mals except cats or tration fee! (888)808-
YORKIES r dogs. Tack, trailers & 5947
WOW! We've o pre- ((MiscellaneousPets)) equip. Top pricesaid. info@americasdrivinga
cOus ps ray now, A Good home. Call Cyndi
AKC Ctuies,$800 & up, AQUARIUM SUPPLIES now 813-649-1126
352-793-1551 LIVE ROCK
Fiji $2.99/352-793-1551 LIVE OCK YORKSHIRE/HAMPSHIRE CLASS A Driver wanted
$4.99/Ib. Kleni $5.99/b. Piglets 8 weeks old. Mostly local deliveries,
LIFE OCEANIC $4/.00i(813)494-8684 M-F, F/T Please Call
$41.00 (813)4948684 from 8a-4p 813-689-4075
Driver-Apollo Bch
0 Dedicated Regional
Home EVERY Wkend
Avg. $725-$1025/week
FA S SERVICES 65% preloaded/
FARKMET CDL-A req'd 87-428-5627 v
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RIVERS $1500.00 bonus HEALTHCARE MECHANIC for Ready RESPONSIBILITIES premises being more
every 6 months. OTR, Ex Mix Concrete Mixers. MEANS ALL RIGHTS AND particularly described as
cellent home time, New IEXPERIENCED. Tampa & RESPONSIBILITES IN- follows, to wit:
Equipment, year Expe- DIETARY AIDE Plant Ctylocations. Top CLUDING RIGHT OF VISI- Commencing in the
rience Class A with tank experience referred a benefits. TATION RIGHT TO CON- northeast corner of Lot
& hazmat. Call Community Care Center Call 813-831-6105 SENTTO ADOPTION, THE No. 101 and on the
(877)882-6537. 2202 W Oak Ave RESPONSIBILITY OF SUP- southerly boundary line
www.oakleytransport.c Plant City FL 33563 PORT AND ALL OTHER of State Highway or
om Ph: 813-754-3761 RIGHTS AND Route 31, and running
EOE RESPONSIBILITES RE- thence westerly along
RIVERS CDL A "Honey MAINING WITH THE NAT- and on the southerly ine
I'm Home...Every Week- THERAPISTS WANTED- URAL PARENTS OF THE of said State Highway or
end!" Great Pay & Bene- LICENSED SLPS in AFORESAID CHILD AND Route 31, a distance of
fits! Special Orientation Miami-Dade and TO OBTAIN THE RIGHT 70 feet to an iron stake
Pay for Exp. Drivers! Broward counties. Bilin- TO PLACE SAID CHILD driven in the ground;
Paid Training for School ual a plus. Per diem & FOR ADOPTION THE thence southerly and at
Grads! Cypress Truck F/. Bi inguals Inc. Child RIGHT TO DETEhMINE approximate angles to
Lines, Inc. & ParentServices, EDUCATION RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION said State Highway a (866)696-0999 x122 distance of 128 feet to an
(888)808-5846. It is ORDERED that the iron stake driven in the
defendant appear at the ground in the southerly
WANT HOME MOST (i Schools I 1 above named Court and line of Lot No. 102 as
WEEKENDS WITH MORE Restaurants/ I C TJ protect his or her inter- shown on said map
FloridaRun HRegional Hospitality/Clubs ADULT HIGH School Di- estson or before July 6, thence easterlyand
$.42/mile company driv- ploma at home Fast! Na- 2006 @1:30 PM parallel to the first
ers $1.22 for Operators! CHEF/COOKS Apply in tionfai accredited. mentioned course along
12 month OTR required. person 1701 S. Alexand- $399.Easy payment Dated 5/11/2006 nd on the southerly
HEARTLAND EXPRESS er St. Suite 112-3 or plan. Free brocure.1- Dianne H. White lines of said Lots and
( 800 ) 44 1 -4953 Call 813-764-8818 00-470-4723. Dianne H. White 101 as shown on said
www.heartlandexpress. www.diplomaathome.c Clerkfeet toa the outheastf 70
com. LINE COOK F/T APPLY om Edward Dej. Berry corner of Lot No. 101 as
General ) RANT 109 S. COLLINS AIRLINE MECHANIC Rap- Judge thence northerly n said map;ong
ST. P.C. 813-752-3652 ing Aviation career. No 3035 6/1;8;15;22, 2006 and on the easterly
iLL the miles you can le- FAA predicts severe bounds of said Lot no.
gally handle! Come (( Sales ) shortage. Financial aid 101 as shown on said
drive for All American if qualify. Job place- SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF ma a distance of 128
Xpress! Late Model $400,000 +/yr How Good ment assistance. Call SALE. STATE OF NEW feetto the place of
Equipment, No Touch Are You?ietiring Mil- AIM 1-888-349-5387. AYORK) COUNTY OF bInig on said nt
Freight, No East Coast. lion Marketer seeks MADISON) SS.: wi in ounesme
2yrs verifiable experi- TWO sales professio- Docket No.: U-1634-89 above described
ence. Good drivingre- nals to teach my busi- ATTEND College Online BY VIRTUE OF A premises, be the
cord.(800)282-1911 ness to. Top producers from Home *Medical, PROPERTYEXECUTION uantitofane or
x115 currently averaging *Business, *Paralegal, out of FamlyCourt of less. It is the intention
DATA ENTRY! Work From EASE srous inui- Justice. Job placement medirected and Lot No. 101 as shown on
30.ermin *Computers, Crimia the Staten ew York, to hereby to convey all of
Anywhere. Flexible iesonly. Goji Int LLC. assistance. Computer delivered against the said map and part of Lot
Hours. Personal Corn- Commission/Bonuses provided. Financial Aid oods, chapel lands and No. 102 as shown on said
puter Required. Excel- (800)605-8675 f qualified. all 866- tenements of Thomas B. map. Being the same
lent Career Opportuni- 8 8 2 1 2 1 McAllister, I have seized identical premises that
ty. Serious Inquiries On- Business Develo ment www.OnlineTidewaterT and taken all the right, was conveyed by
y (800)344-9636 Ext. Specialist title and interest of said Jeanette Ruth Lawrence
V00. Are you creative? Able Thomas B. McAllister in to William Liddle, as
tothrive in a fast-paced and to the following commissioner of Public
RVERS LCT WANTS environment that re- HEAVY EQUIPMENT OP- described property, to Welfare of the Madison
YOU! OTR drivers, so- wards success? ERATOR TRAINING FOR wit: 1920 State Route 31, County Public Welfare
expos or teams. 3 months We're searching for suc- EMPLOYMENT: Bulldoz- Chittenango, NY legal District of Hamilton, New
AZ erience & CDL-A / cessful, goal-oriented ers, Backhoes, Loaders description isattached. I York by warranty deed
fits package. 2003- b ene ns tosel in a Dump Trucks, Graders: am selling the above, with lien covenant,
fits package. usness-to-businessen- Scrapers, Excavators- sub ectto any liens, which deed was duly
2005 Eguipment. Call 1- vironment. As a mem- National Certification, chapels, mortgages, recorded in the Office of
800-362-0159 ber of the Business De- Job Placement Assis- conditional sares or any the Clerk of the County velopment Team in the stance; Associated Train- other encumbrances. of Madison in Liber 61
HELP WANTED Circulation Department, in Services (800)251- DATE OF SALE: June 13, of Deeds at Page 275 on
:arn Extra Income as- you'll be developing 3274 2006. TIME OF SALE: July 16th, 1965. Being the
sembling CDcases from as- nd selling programs 10:00 a.m. SALE WILL BE same parcel as that
Home. linWoring with that increase traffic for CONDUCTED AT: conveyed by William
Top US companies. ourpartners and drive Madison County Office Carlson, Commissioner
Start Immediately. No readership of The Tam- Building, N. Court Street, of Social Services of
exTeriencemnecessary: pa Triobune. LE"AL Wampsville, New York, Madison County Social
exeriencenecessary. 104 TriThe successful candidate in the lobby.Dated: May Services Department, to
1-w.00-405-7619 Ext 104 shave outst andidng 17, 2006. Ronald I. Cary Clifford F. Brown and
w w. easy wom communicatoutstann sills, Madison Co. Sheriff Ruth E. Brown by deed he abli t manage SCHEDULE "A". ALL dated September 28th,
ultiple ricts, and t THAT TRACT OR PARCEL 1974 recorded on
Housekeeper Apollo Bch mtmonsptraoects, and OF LAND, in the County November 4th, 1974 in
350-$400 wkhomelex. Exc bene, in previous salesposi- of Madison and State of the Madison County
ax 81350-$400 wk. Ex bene tons. Previous sales ex- LEGALS New York, being a part Clerk's Office in Book 682
Fax 813-664-1940 Marie ncrequired, a col- of Lot No. 116, in said of Deeds at Page 694.
YSTERYSHOPPERS strongly Town of Sullivan, and
GYSTERY SHOPPERS prererre. r n y known and distinguished 2976 5/25, 6/1,8/06
Get paide to sh m Retail thidssounds like you, ( Legal Notices as Lot No. 103 and part
need undercover clients send your resumeand map of Larkin Cottage
to judge quality / cus- salary requirements to NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE LotsonOneidaLake, at
tomer service. Earn up t he Taimpa, Tn Notice is hereby given Lakeport, New York,
to $150/day Call Toll 202 Sattn: Kimrkery y, that on June 21006 made by C.F. Barlow,
Free 1-800-556-2986 202 Parker t, Tampa 10am at at Rentlok Self Surveyor, and filed in
MYSTERY resume to Storage 1205 S. Madison County Clerk's
Shop.r- r-d.d irculatinbtampt AlexanerSt.Plant presesOffice June29,1923,said
St pi a n sale ftrt cash to the high particularly described as
dEv'_ Jder11 :.1 er -,.- 1 ,ent. Plai. reter- estbidderorotherwise follows:Commencingin FINANCIAL
pr-. need i': U'Lie,.ri. e r,.,- BDDS ir Tie .uP. dispose of the contents the northwest corner of
.ni re.i.l .:ti bi r,. T't I r i of rental units leased to Lot No. 103 and on the
I.... IIA Et ri:. ".p I a.E1 ,e Tarnlpa Tr.,oune and believed to contain southerly boundary line
Cll I800 I' 16 r Eual Opp.rtun.t, the following of State Highway No. 31, Business
EARIlE,,IMPrVUNIT 14 Pack Egan sthencerunnin easterly Opportunities
,EARS riHM i rp r.i v.i Orui T-C ,' r._,ir.d Golf clubs/garagecabi- along and ont the
EIop, .t ,,rs r th o,,_l ,r nets, tools, etc. so uth erly line of said
. ,a pr.:,mi .i .u, Unit 8309 Paula Veltheim highway distance of80 MATTRESS CLEANING &
1u I: %nr1... lli '.r ll II1il lr.- Computer/household. feetto he northwest 0Sanitizi Business.
i'-.n h. .:... Unit 8839Rosetta Tho- corner of premises Over 4000 European
iI.u- 3r,ur; mas Computer/vacumm heretofore sold on Dealers. New in U.S.Re
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experience necesarv 6 ia ORDER OF PUBLICATION the southerlyoine of Lot
www.easyworl,. No. 102 as shown on said HOME REFUND JOBS!
or'atp;.4corn I0-i' S $ Commonwealth of Vir- map, thence westerly Earn $3,500-$5,000
2-,,-3944 i,.ii 80 Butler's Buildin Serv- ginia VACODE 8.01-316 an ppx y Weekro Processfn onm.
Management/ ee nce luildin Case No: 00714-0300 line of State highway o. guaranteed Paychecks!
M t expeince required .31, along an on the No Experience Needed!
Supervisory jj Comeive e- southern lineofpart Positions AvaiableTo-
nile and Domestic Rela- Lot No. 102 and Lot No. day! Register Online
ANAGERCOUPLE r DIESEL p tions District Court 103 distance of 80 fe ww.PaidRefundJobs.
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maintenance. Mus have Tanmpa im, dian r HAISTERBONNER onsaid map; hence
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resume 813-719.-3560 Mustang 813-752-06.9 TAL RIGHTS AND as shown on said map. $$HOME WORKERS
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recorded on July 9th, Full Trainin Provided.
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page 879. ALSO ALL
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Vi 'l wwboeoaco n and distinguished as sold!
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work. Will also buy as- tMendonzaoffAleander Estate, weofferrthe AwesoposiesreO.4CallMar
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ing, Bring all Deals. Cal alrn 813-695-8979 .757-6398/86- 6 Homes and Land avail- Moun.tain Properties. Pivat c eR h813-65-49
bRe. Call 800-924-2635. Affordable Homes, $129,990 Mt. views, VALRICO very nice 3br,
S-PLANT City 1.1 acre lot, Views, Cabins, Creeks & .trees, rolling hils, pas- 2_a, 1.500sf,-a. CHA,.

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FLORIDA building lots Ktch., family in, aun- OPEN HOUSE $125,000 CAROLINA. ESCAPE TO Free Color Brochure. 1- tinn. Horseback riding $118g3-685-6841
fast growing areas. ten ste, open floor Plan, But House NC MOUNTAINS. FREE www.cherokeemountai famiTy ranch, etectrici- WESLEY, chapeltn-level
Greet investment opor, screened porch, walk-in GO ON CRUISE r( Acreage 51 COLOR BROCHURE & IN- 100% financing.
tunity. Visit our we Closet, corner lot, 5052 WindinebrookTr E S S 9FORMATIaON. MOUN- NALC (866)365-2825. FcrncRENTtcanisep. 12964dsq.ft. bldg.
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siteforpictures, maps, comm. pool, clubhouse, Hwy wa$s of1,0 to mm HERNANDO Co., 285 acs, SPECTACULAR VIEWS stream, pastures, nor'hur- WNC Mountains 3.84 -n2000.00mth.+sec.
sizes& prices, exercise area, gated Progr3/ fl u aowesl ki of k frontage, $40K' HOMES CABINS ricanes. Also store and Acres w/ vie and hand- or near 175 &25 USF 3. ac 290 acs @ exit 62& CREEKS & INVESTMENTl rented cabin, 1.6acs, wood trees. Owner fi- CM Apartments ica18133936 to
877-983-6600 $380,00 Oea n Sai .t Sun,M Below appr i 17o $25K/ac. will not di- ACREAGE. Cherokee $94,990. Call/email Pics: dancing at $65,280 / Unfurnished j WESTCHASE area new
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moor $459.9K 941-812- new tires, upholster er. $ 10,000 813-927-1414 $35,000. 813-926-0779 863-661-5942 Like new. Must sell. 13-902-1148 784-5487 Call (727) 521-9023.
1838/ 941-544-8534 carpeting, cable ready, $22,995 727-345-2114
1/V VCR stereo C i 26t 2 001 Century 2600, 4 NISSAN 2001 Frontier CC CADILLAC 2003 Escalade HONDA 1982 CBR900, C HONDA 199Accord EX NISSAN 2003 350z, rare
BRANDON 2000 SF home twin Twin Yamaha 225, SE, V6, 69K, 6 CD Chgr, AWD tr auto trans, 'cold track model 6 speed
rentootion to buy, 30 0tub/she io wer clean, low hrs, lifo t kep Lthr, Brush Guard, Tow chrome whls load ed. Mike Corvett seat air .net.. be
wp4to, FP$ all seats. $19 500rfor n o tandem axle alum, trr, Pkg, unr, browner uperSharp. 3.8K mi. suspensiond _83 tl"ic b"".e 12 ml $951 mr.8v h7
appls. + D, ceramic 81500 3-53-3191 Furuno elec, bow hood- $1ll900 o813-988-7837 $31,950 81 813-245-4660 Cal9 l i-77i-72in. CADILLAC 2005 CTS-V 813-245-5678 813.760-4093
tile, $1695 mo + dep. oversi zed T-t)o $$47 500 black, 400 hp Corvette HONDA 2004 Accord LX, 1 PONTIAC 1993 Grand Am,
813-244-2516. 30' Land Yacht Motor orOBO. 813-9477 Trucks Heavy Duty ) CHEVY 19977 Blazer Che- Honda1985 Magna 750 e nine 6eedmanual On 2 co .
rHome 2001 Gasoline A enne, runs good, nees low miles, runs excellent, eOwe reen, r, runs good, engine has

Ben mkn- LARGEST bolute FORD DODGE 2001to a 25d includig 4 coe ween, new, Air, 1995 LS 4dr
RIVERVIEWP-RENTTO nosliAEe'ss than 40k 28'.2001 Regal LSR ck work on exhaust. veryAnice.., nn NnavStrapns, laei cn 4cYln8K ml, Grandfa- 85k m es. $18-Oobof

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OWN No ual bad cred Al n es, u 1 FORDCHE 1986 450 $1,000 obo Must Sell $1600. cona tionR 35000 mit esl 813 9
it k. 20 r, bo 813-996-2744 Cut Mooring Cvr, Ve AC White Dual 813-598-6713 Ca(334) 714-3981n $1150 2538-06 leave message.
2000 + sf, down re FleetwoodBonder 43000947788281 Truck. $2,500 CHEVY 999 BLAZER 4 HONDA 2000 200XR dirt HYUNDAI 2002 Accent PONTIAC 1995 Bonneville
credit. Call Karen 1-866- 1996 Jacks, Rear Cam- 813-205-1893 dr,4x4, auto exc cond., bk w/tt.e 83 Suzuki ASH GL, exc cond, own SE 3.8v6, white 4dr, pow
282-3534, 951-751-5593. era, Bank, Headers, 2 2T 50 thr seats, coldA/C, CD, RM250 liuid cooled 2 For Cars, Tru auto a/c p, AM/FM, ersunr, seas, mr-
S,5REGAL 292 CHEVY 1994 3500 Dually V00K runansAnyPrice/Any a, ac p7 ,I$ ,AM/obo [rsu n dowsets
anuaturedHomes 00o 352-581r52U1 m rCabx 94 Cm ,D R ob813-o326-8913 /nnBks, T $25C0 e3w3Coabth4 n V e o P. 813-67Y e-0616 6 e nr % leatnr n,9

au ile 813.56.o1827 1 Volva Pentas FlOP All Power Stereo wie- $,0 Ob 8 32 1 Dit 5 13 X659 ik mi $1,8004 0813-881-9649
I 40' 1999 American Tradi- New Job Must Sell some 9ork Truck. CHEVY 2001 Tahoe LS 813-991-0036/393-827572-0388161061 b u e C k onr i,
TURKEY Creek2bba 2 ion Diesel Pusher wh $34,000 (813)9662337 $4,4k, A004s1n Also b, g w. $2500po T e in wmlfunmT lahs, 3K i 0.
lexerleni con- ou/ 1Ne00mi, s atr Sspd int' bkflw, less,3K mi A a n
porches, no p ets $5 0 diesel en., A-1 cond., Ne w.Pt xu w e llen cot-w/11,400mi, veyba, 3Cldn wt a a io l i.
25 2001 Cardnstalec LX dou- mi.,( Spaskn$85,000 LARGEST Voume Pn- DODGE 2001 Ram s on.$14,00 813--9977 w rg LINCOLN 1998 Continen- 813-545-6210

mo 1stlat, elec & s m,, skn$8 ... e -yD YOAR CR, boat eCs,
dep.A$47,500p8613-737-1844 317-409-3828/709-3223 toonDealerin Floridae adCabSLT Laram, 1584 cellond. 8133636993 LOTS OFEXTRAS! 1,800bo Diabetes takes it. Call An-nc.
SeeNewea King B- A-1oatSPAS turrbo Diesel, Auto / i blo 8 4941639 0 53 1324 237drw 41000
Rooms for Rent 3600miles 350813677130 $14500 813-949-5374 LT 4x4 Fully Loaded, HONDA 2006 VTX Retro CORVETTE 1994 6 sd NFINITYG obo 813-661-2005 G35 C oupe
EFFICIENCIES $100/wk ed all optionsaskin SEVERAL Storm Dam- FOR 1990 BOX TRUCK, MP, Ful Tan f Gas, OLrfect condlack Vance leatherto 14int3K runs M3KZDA 1992 MX3 V.-6, ful.Youoveitrom

25' CO AC HM AN travel f Boats )1 / 1Ui super slumpers runs wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade & looks great, d Swrh auto, power locks win- ise $15,900 813-26-9583
APTS $150/railer Also $161 500 727-938-615 agd & Donated oats14', rol$3500 up doo83-7, 81-0585die- $13,988HUMMER 2003 As Seen chargers parts all relat- 2500 firm 813-9702 ows, sun roof, run
HOUSES for rental WillWH BOAT MOTOR, sel, runsgrea ena- Hummer Nation. cYst- .813om many-645-4515 Ruskin 9161 b ID #1739211123,000 m, 2000 Golf 2 dr blue,

$11;100. 352-797-996" Spor200 model 1991 14HII f( Vondi-elans loCaaln Intgr515 0 0 FORD 1997 MUSTANG 52700obo 727-942-0824 gra gas', mileage,
furn/unfurnishedwl 888-Bates RV Neary Mike 72-204-7988 ble asking $6,99. FORD 1997 Explorer ery Pd $1100 Sacr $9500 PONTIAC 2004 Bonneville
month 813)2 11C- 600 Airstream JayCco 72 -643-6431 reliable, runs rea exc. #172763 813-817-976018 f i SR V6-spd, I CDA2 Uy tan Ithr, 4 dr, white, very
Sora.5 Fleet ...ood m5th yBoston Wha er Spo SU 04 M8L 0n ce tio al3 -294mp.
S 33k mi, rebuilt motor C& e813-393-0811 0 lO. e 6bo 813-625-6242 X002 con- $15,4obo..9612,80
Recreational Rental) OUTDOOR STORAGE transmission $6000 obo dDODGE 1995 Viper, B eShowA 1 X n 3
oBenjaminRd.,nboats FORD 1999 Expedition Car, Yellow2002 Black vertible, head turned URN,19 Ls s 4d r ,au-
POPUP CAMPERS for rent RVs,autotrucks. 813-961-1198 XLT 4 WD, black with KAWASAKI 1987 Ninja Stripes,HardTop&MRag sPoke, wheels, new SAt 199 Lt 4dr, au-
322002A/C, Sink, Stove Frg. $40+/mo. Secured loc' tan t. third row seat, 7 all black, runs mCaMorn-LEXUSoff2004 7er. 8 12,999 or best to, white, sunroof, all
C/ t a nI Dn D .h2ir sd 2 4t oo ffer n 13-6 26-92713p o w er, alu m in u m rim s
Call L597-4994 o reserve @ 813-684-9171 FORD 1994 450 SD Roll- 108k 3 Hgood condition great, ve ry. reliable, 5rr5Only, ex6ra clean a/,91
rentalcamT 50hp 1998 813asaenaYacht & CC. se 3909 ME 19' AlumBo81CHILDRENS all o-r -995 new sunroof neMonsoon
coent d sr 7 00 odri Deep water boat slipsO W heel Lift, Good Caond. FORD 2000 Explorer .Ui SATURN 1998 2 Ea3
$152Stoeg 813-4rage )94-2402 for sae/lease.heckma Limite 813 -661-8712 aft 6pm Spunrt2oof dr,blacdio, all K DONWASAKI TE Smoke sd w ver-tanthrwagon, ri.
number available. Call leather interior. Concourse 1000, water S ecial! Hal. Disabled won' last, $5,300. tion Ag, 109K e.

C R t727-381-7922 Parts /12 F DOD 2003 50Caravt lO. 8620-53s86ps TcC Rs F FD1 2159 miles, AC, maintained,
C -rElC A TI 7 7O Ford 2003 F2S 5 J s50 Lariat FX4 $5200 cooled, shaft drive 3 Cildren wit Camp al ndp M new tires, $2900 obo
OUTDOOR Storeage, 51B pyccmembership@tam crew cab 4x4 loaded, 813-833-8934 bags.&helmet. Red/blk Education. FREE Tow-r-299-5251
Ssailstrailer and rggi, abayrr com leathercelent con813-299-9371 /P ns d362-3454 ig, V 18-0043 ar Bk/Grey Lthr, AA Rated Donation Do
Campgrounds Trucks Trailers Hard TonnODGE 2004 0. FORD 2003 Expedition axORD 200educton. aurusl 1- ExecutiveSeries TOYOTA 1996Avalon a
avse rs TRea $ d 813-28va BtNS SSIOeS &re Call 8132-453-SK i Eddie Bauer. Black, tan MOTORCYCLES Wanted 877-GIVE-TO-KIDS rnr MeRA 200 fact. accessories 176k
iI TrailersRI e v eI8u-122 0-5 8 BoatlSuppies & I ll 8Ithr, rear power, fold Street, Dirt Bikes (448-3865) .... ... $320 0f"miles but runs great!,
IS pas.&.HotITu II Accessories II ? B s $14dow n seats sunrf '78k ATV's. Also buying www .specialkidsfund.o 813-2 0-6590. $3000.
25' 2001 Cardnial LX dou- (( Spas & H otTubs )) 11 Buses $14,900 s 13-477M9977 wrecked motorcycles. rgL$3000.
bes slide 5th hle, nearly BOATLIFT & cradle the r $ 3,000.86329onas. Cash paid. 813-924-6264 LINCOLN 1998 Continen- d vd813-545-6210

tr s lonn&cNlTE CYOR DCSXT1 milRLo8G, 6 0 ClOcCST&Antiques FRD20050tas 20 10t anter.or
all 2o 5 Person Spa Loaded in- finest alum. bet if e Metro Trans A86 29 p easr GM 2001 Jimmy SLT, DONATE YO UR CA, hboat tel 696 00 ml 9 w i O T
F25 ariat Ding.esel exc cudescover mustsell stainless hardware 8- FORD 1994 E150 Custom ladyow500 Suzuki 202 GZ2 246 r R to help children int, loaded nc1987 Accord LX 0

685-68Very low rs.167500 90 das CuD to 3 rs Van 1 owner, towing 813-e23M automatianul E d met
.t uli $ lDe, cks Lh ey r-a2nce!ColdA/C: luxury decor pkg. pwr miles, mint condMition, fighting diabetes. Tax in C S lader $6850 Mic blue, 46k m, c,
fuel.econ. truck &.. tr., $1999.Wil Deliver 800- ,Kb professil i $16000 obo. Please sunroof, thr mt show- garaed, saddle bags, ductible en fr tow- CD/radio,cruis., antlick
.d r nu$47,500 863-647-9585 779-6276 stall.0'E. available (remote Ca 1 1red exC72813 4 83be813-620-3332. om od 149io3ed200 849 obLboe a d C
avail.). Pateco Manuf ac- room cond0 4priic ing. Juvenile Diabetes besk20 Con .tGaekepinTa
25' 2003 Sand pier turner, oncb 727-397-8130M 32 -5 new $11,500 obo 813-494-1639 Research Foun odat ion LINCOLN 2002 LS 22k b-a ra k g tI ire1
Tovhaulerse lcon A- S PAS 8-714-Wh5 0 l ,s 62 1- 6 7 9 1 thank. 8 u i leather, l od-o o813-786-5 .4
taieed, outside shower Moves & Repairs Boat Lift Hi Tide 8,000 lb (( -WNhe9DrL,)1 o6.com2G1lf 7 91Ctarhsas- 0-5 c d0 inc8.90luing CD ?Clayer
awning $18,895 obo Any Hot Tub, with. emote very go odTOYOTA 1986 TURBO 0 FORD 1991 MUSTANG 813-661-083 low m auto all wr
8136-'6W2386 813-623-9997 condition $2,700 4x4, 6 lift, flat bed ith C Buy convertible red with looks drive beuti

rile to drin .ve, o 87 up Yama ex warr.Fto DORDGE 2005 Fm 1500 vi Su- cCas model wit aas 1 tionsl redwith
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7 27-33bo-1008 btox ext. cab3 37" G9ULF" ART black leather int. runs MAZDA 1992 MX3 V-6, fu You'lllove it I nrom

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25' COACHMAN travel os ha i 2 813 0 Pe Unted0 Buy/0Sel0H/UE2ra0e & ooks great, allpwr, auto, power locks Hwin- iie $15,900 813-6- 9583
traer liKe new, must AS-7 Ae$350 813-4l-x HUMMER ASeen. Ciargerspartsa relat- $2500 firm 818-795-0702 dows, sun rOO runs
see, below retail, 13' BOSTON WHALER Su- BOAT F150, Jns on Hummer Nation. Yel- d. 813-645-4515 Ruskin ood 123000 mi, VW 2000 Golf, 2 dr blue,
$19910052Pxc8c1n-Sdarn9212001 5elow Hwtan int, 51,500
$11,100. 352-797-9096 her Sport, 2000 mAl tion, $2,106. Trade in m, Vanslorat FORD 1997 MUSTAG 2700obo 77-942-0824 great gas mileage,
tHP Johnsonye, tto motors consider erd.Come '$. o00725 0 ( 14ATVs COBRA SVT convertible MAZDA 1997 Prote clean car inside & out,
S Futur too many extras to st, install. 813-926-0191 Chevrolet 1996 Astro 40K miles loaded$600.
26 Coachmen eptd h $6,00obo. 813-758-7944 .AWD, 53k original miles 5835/81t-477-9719 BAJA 2006 90cc, Dirt bike, $1600 mechanics special, runs 813-842-5929
20 sles wt d T-TOPS ANODIZED ALUM power doors & win- JEEP 1997 WRANGLER 4 ess then 2hrs on en- U5ghoood coed. $1500.
tion $ 01,000 0 sC ca n /e extASdows r y ielo cond.r tp d o g a$ S13-902-1805 VW 2002 Beetle, 1.8
813 5 w CUSTOMIZED to fit ANY $3,8ow v8 997 tI, 5 spd 99K ml 4x4, 5 FORD 19985Mustan. Turbo, automatic + all
(813) 75-01 ..BOAT $800 941 Z66I barZE 090gtNY3 80ninT 813-695-5918 Lowrmi SRS V6 -sad, MAZDA 2005 "6" options. 47K miles.
27.5' Fleetwood 5th 13' Boston Whaler Sport, CHEVY 1984 C20 Conver- toAlightbar, foglights, 8D 26K miles 15,700. Auto. Bargain riced $14,000.

1996, e 2001pum. out, 2 showers, per Crew 4X4, Cplay $24,500 obo miles, lots of extra DeElegance 117K miice AM/M
wheel F leet o dacks, st n W aer Spor, wT n aq0 -1 Ib .. .. .C I I CDs o 7u 400ndUZUKIt2004. RM 85L 99,600mi, new tires, ExcellenT condition! Cal (352) 688-2451.
CO I~lenwHAe stereo awninex- b imini safetykg, newr exc. cond 41K, 293-9996 chrome Rinehart pipe, Very Good fCond.r $4,200 .24 V 2002 GTI 21,800 mi.
Save sx ~ r s sr teseats s r nice &la a mn $210ob ether, 5 spd, match

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c49 lmnt5axe City 41000 oo4Hter10DSaitCEV $1,250 00813-839-9254 JEEP2i00.5Grand Cher- 352-799-7531 FORD 2002 Mustang GT MERCEDES 1986 560 SL stick red, fact wrnty,

TOY CHAULER, tandemE sd,4aum.' y O ,hg trailer, motor mount & A/C, rear air, 8npassen-2sunrf 25 pwrt A0RRp- Sspd, fuIloaded,5e
Taxle, Ricely tano~edm f' Ba,'th ct7r 24boat fitted cover. $ 2750 cash 3 er'like new interior 2409 2M -9 537" tor, Ridin 5xlike new, orig mi. stored & cv'd. one s dream come true!
axle nicely equiapea ,,,_P', wiclecr i c ll?8 4K miles $8000 looks "$5 1nb l'farinfo $19-,500obo $10,500. 727-403-4311 VW 2003 Jetta GLS auto,
cess.incla., optional stor- mci I ow u s $2s150 nice. 813-754-4110 LANDROVER 1996 "813-2b43 863-287-4032 4 rMercedes 1992400E surgrao,'ack leokshe
age through 10/01. Very 813-991-0036/393-8275Mer edes1992Uy40 Ra0Eeng ver,4o K bks unsC. L
tnarcyc Pers ecHudson, F l i g orL Bo -tG 47rb thrust$L dual sliders, power Greet bu n L5u" JJ 5spd 2 tone thr a]- able steering, track 813-477-3555
$16,00727motor 2h slider PW 'S alloy 8ovs, CD player, all wr control, sunroof. $5 200.
216 002 Timberland fishinder exc tcon awheels.$810-5370. -7-7 813-962-3413/ 362-1735 VW 2003 New Beetle GL,
32' 2002 Timberland, fishfinderfrshwtronlyCa1813-453"5048 LEXUS 2004 LX470 SUV Running orrNot! We'll MERCEDES .1999 C u con b he o ,fa, c
slide AC, furnace, all i n nen batteries. $1750. C S 1 TExc cond fully loaded comeU pick it up! M U -RCEDESC2 9 0"cblne of bfa. c
go o a w ~o r k in g c o n di . 8 1 3 7 8 8 3 2 4 9 / 2 4 4 8 4 6 7- -T a n o v e r T a n L e a t h e r b 6 k e x t e r i o r $ 4 5 K C a 1 lR o b a tm81 3 6 1 0 1 5 3 5 B IR D 2h a r d t on e r t i K o m p r9ss o r, b k i np r ey e w 6- 9 4 9 8 6 9 1
813-677-1277 597-4994 16',o1988 Alum. Monarch 84Kcmi,5$7 700 obo 813-340-8103 HELP FIGHT bl340ealcoectorcasu$13,500.813-61-4s297 VlMW 200t3nPassat GLS.
331 INTERNATIONAL T T 50hp .1998 Evinrude, 813-935-3909 MERCEDES BENZ 1999 CHILDREN'S Call Mo-Fr 352-567-795 B sunroof, Monsoonlaru
.self count, mega shlde. w $3500 obo DODrGE 2002 CARAVAN ML430a polar2w0ite w/ 0y stereo, alloy wheels
sleeps6 asher/d trlr TRANSPORTATION 38,500MlVC tan-int.,, CANCER Coy.trna0Mustango "'. keyedset
dealer svcdc k e roe, Please NavylSaddiecolor, up- MERCEDES 1999 E430 $14,300. (727)744-0034.
muu st-,- ~1G'-6" 7 nevaer S60E/_00W, aKpA/ uO snroofmXMcradioodsnt4ra, T DNATE ra eedstereo. Low mi. SmoKeslver-tenhr
outs, 9,250 miOnra enin water$ 2K re- Auto.Engines / K813966w brarn t lta'lgVhtguardtsp& CARS -FORD2004CrownVicto00
Central vacuumSysA t ai pr $16K. I Part / Misc. JIGE. 2003 Cav ...$17,000. 863-207-5386 Tru.ks-eoats-RVs na 18Kuml. 4DR, a -
..hydr ...v. y 813-885-2885 evenings. SJ XT silver -50Ku ml mall ..u-'uF 5V'r.a,8J. 4R ,all pwr, -5813-881-085di ven ga0 kept,
&218.5K 828-385-436 16' C Bay Area Motor Works maintained company ve- NISSAN 1992 Pathfinder Any Car Any Condition Ithr, alloy 'whls, in/lift MERCEDES 2004 E500 On- 818.$16,-8 0.
$ z~ o. o- -z, o 16' HOBIECAT, 3 sets of Engine rebuild & install, hicle. $11,500.813-653- w white, V6, great condo -No Restrictions. for scooter $16G500 043 Ely219 500i Onder
sails trailer and rigging iUpn redwarrarnysl 4670 or 813-299-9371 PS/PB, Runs gooreACod, TXACDEDUCTIBLE 813-839-28J0 918-00 43 r' 19,000 miles, Under
a skis 785 SLX & 750 5s3 813-926-9994D ODGE.2004GRANDCAR $2500416C23aze Am. Children's Soc FORD 2004 Taurus.. Sunrf Prem Stereo, nate Your Car, Boat or
BUFFALO HILLS CAMP- seater, tandem trailer, AVAN, white like new, $.AC PS S, $1060- 813-767-5373 Real Estate IRS Tax De-
$2,400Bbo 813-758-7944 TRANSMISSIONSlReauilt var f ui NISAN0. .2k,.PW,tint-ductible. Free Pick-
GROUND Open year- ,TRANSMISSINSReBeuit e eq pNISSAN,2002XterraXE5 w i ed windows, PL, cruise, MERCEDES 2004 CLK 55 U/Tow Any
round. Ask about own- 18- .. ...Sea_ from A-Z. Guaranteed pal 26K ml, non so,- sp cylk Green, 35K, www.children exc coed, $9495. AMG convertible, ext Model/Condton Help
ershi p, as little as 2 ray Bondor quality work. Your place er 3 3-634-8063 axc.condition 1 silver, t black 31k mi Underprivileged Chil-
M160Mo. Quality amen- 2001 exc cond, low hrs, or mine. Call Rob DODGE 2005 Caravan G d, 0,8 3- 8120 0 G mintb- erfeck shape dreni-
Sclubhouse, hiking 43 mrc cruiser 813-610-1535 m, 884-2O01f813-962-6009 &[Casss&Antilua FORD 2005 Mustang GT sr0eachcenter
trai, m or e A o trailer. Must see! SXT 12,000 (lesCLike.lassics &A t bques) c$62,000.13-695-3834. www.outr ..... r.or
dateS largest RV's. $14,999 813.598-9566 Automobiles i NeW iEX c cond. NISSAN 2003 XterrOaXE 6 LSm1971vCutlass Su- t iont sdm MERCEDS20046S430 g 1-800-693-7911
cea ro Sc L, 35 18',SEA RAY 1998, $15,500 813-741-0743 black, great cond, clean ato1nv lc, o. k o6-5 i$5 AMG Sport. 4.3L, auto, 93 ImDoCO
bo68-5-- saltever.Exc co sions Used &I Rebuilt FORD 1994 E150 Custom 813-45-650 HONDA 1987 Accord LX Bose,9700 miles, fIListn .De
Very low hrs. $7500 90 days up to 3 yrs Van 1 owner, towing "6"3163KH-Nautomatic, wrrty. $61,90381 1 1 80
BUFFALO HILLS CAMP- obo. 813-416-1669 warr. M-F 9-5. Mem BBB 0ac 0.age, l runsl _g0o7 TOYOLTAn 1 9u9 91 A AutoEstateSale A/C ,PW/PL Runs good. Al
GROUND Op On year- 19' 2001 SeaRay Sun 813-875-1500 40 all 4--Lancruser, sver '66 Cadillac conv $12500 $1100 (813)977-4258 L ii .UY 97 TOYOTA CAMRY Only
round. Ask a ou w- Deck 220hp w/85hrs. Tru Ligh Duty H miles great condition. Cl assioCarslcon'Mustsil F '$400! Police Impounds!
ershi, l as ite as CDutndmitrrulooksy $175 0'62FordFalconHONDA$20034Od0sse L 560%4 Classi s- ,
$160Mo. rualiyamen- s great. $20,on hbo Mini van, Loaded, Siiver, 00.813-47-37 Run great 813-765-90001 HONDA 1992 Accord NISSAN 2001 Aitima 749-8116, Ext.,7169
ties, clubhouse, hiking 813-97-9490 Extras! CHEVY 2002 Silved super clean ike $,900. 0o MUST SELL! 73,000 mi, loaded, green-
trail,,, more!. Acc,-o- 2500 wheel drive, ra. x eg c. 2on K 17' I/ Scooter. / Mopeds fIuomue r for listing ish gold in good condo. T'Ocom.
dates largest RV's. 20' 1988 SKEETER Pon- cab /ow p g,4spd, au- 813S973-2413so" r ,opedsI -"vfor Sale)) ext75 813-453-3171 Keyword:Classified
Near Seneca Lake 3500 toon 02 taller, 40hp to., locking differential, YAMAHA. Tired of high BMWC, t5199 -7 3281 Redywo... ... 's" ..d
acres ..... ...Of Yamaha V low hrs $7800 Cruise cntri..$10 000 MAZDA 2000 MPV 7 pas- gas prices? 2000 0 Tan
boating/fishing. 1-866- obo. Mike 727-204-7988 813-56- senger 1 sr citizen own- Yamaha Zuma scooter. Ifhr n uo P' w,
685-6808 Ch 4 ,y o er in Sun City Center ga 670 miles, Awesome P"'C h L
aedvy,2004lSSR, iew, ragekept grandchil- cond, great gas mile- p 34K .17,950. obo 13-
i(A Homesu.... / RsIoaded,7500 mi uKe dren mil esAskinn age. trae helmet $1100 61W-289LJ8lTH
.,,u ... K__e new 1'owr, stick er48K. $10,800 81A- 7 (13)368-1089
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16' BAN1Ih. 1983 Chevy ent Console, in- 477-4604 Pensacola, FL. NISSAN 2000 Quest GLE, B( Motorcles mi, Lowest miles. 2nd 5
V6 chaise/ low ml. low side -lining1hp R 1500 ntains c hrs a ll modner Tel o tins
eto dve, p up Yamaha ax. a DODGE200Ro AM/FMiCD/Cass HARLEY.2002 Rmodelgwit all oBtions
5o greamg Nov. 2008, drive on Hemi, exc cond0 many v. SHARLE URoadMngo
$2450trailer.GarmiGPS extras, 5600 miles, $745b. 81 -926-1957'1/ phone1system.Verymi Ext"werr,"
w/ bottom &fish find- $17,000 phonemi ,xt warr l o
24' 2004 Gulfstream BT er, VHF radio. $16,800 813-786-5206 .U 2 VOY-1 through iec.2009,,6K lean.Movine4sale
Cruiser, full body paint, 813-245-8737' 2 F-RAG m84K mi white, access. Exc. cond., (83)4-35
all extras, Ford VO 0 Ford2001F150Supercab ER, 84K a, $16,500 NO TRADES.
13,000 miles excellent d l e ....... 4drs auto, V8, 44, graye-508-1 1,W .3.. -
$49,500. 352-199-1851 21' Sea Ran 1998, 210 dnlaut o, 10 44 g tires V6 cleanoad3,118459.W0 b 003'.lacKblet. MfnTorts kayCaree
26', DODGE 1978, kitch- Load Master Alum. Trail- 813-850-723- FAT BOY FLSTFI, pur- loaded, $26 ,00 n "- l y F s
en generator, awning er$16,000 o8o t.ClCk&PtJy chased new 01/04, 813-401-0300
ful oath, A/C, 440V'. FORD 2005 F150 XLT Su- rfxl_ black, has 190 miles to-
Good condition. $6500 24'.2002 oarey"Ex.per Cab, 15K miles, 5.4, tal (not a misprint), fac- BUICK_1997 Park Avenue
obo (813)376-3869 2lo Mer _onteryt24 -e, full pwr, captain seats, (sprts-Ut iity Vehicles) tory bobtail fender, Ultra, 101k mi drk green
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Class C, 53,500 miles. rocket alum. trailer, du 1092r819853 BMW 2002 X5 3.01, load- .3-2 7-5 86 good condo. Please Call,. .
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pump out, 2 showers, per Crew, 4X4, CD play- A/c, all pwr. $24,500 obo miles, lots of extra DeEleaance 117K mi,
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