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Uniform Title: Courier (Plant City, Fla.)
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Publisher: Sunbelt Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Plant City Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 2006
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NEWS A Festiva Baby Boom At Hospital

DI CrD[ DADRRC AVIMC[ hAV count was four boys and five the first-ever Strawberry Baby. Florida Baptist. "I know the staff


POLICE

Jerry Lofstrom con-
cludes his series on
the Plant City Police
Department's Citi-
zens' Police Academy.
PAGE 11



New wing planned at
Durant High School
will be complete by
2007.
PAGE I

PMTOR PROFILE


I\LUkV -I\ L I\I iniPin/j U I
Staff Report
South Florida Baptist Hospi-
tal's Family Childbirth Center
celebrated the Strawberry Festi-
val's Grand Parade Day with an
influx of new babies March 6.
Nine infants were born at the
center in one day including one
set of fraternal twins. The final


girls.
"It was the busiest day I believe
we've ever had," said Ingrid Gay-
lord, Family Childbirth Center
manager at the hospital. "Nine is
a record number for us in one day
and most of them were born right
around the parade start-time."
All babies and families are
doing just fine. One lucky baby
will take home the prize for being


The first born at South Florida
Baptist Hospital's Family Child-
birth Center on Grand Parade
Day will be honored with the title
and will receive a gift basket of
fundamentals for baby and
mom.
"We were all pretty astounded
that we had that many on one
day," said Shannon Mitchell,
marketing manager at South


up there was extremely busy and
hardly had time to turn around.
They didn't get a chance to see
the parade at all."
Given the day they were born,
all would all be naturals for the
festival, added Mitchell.
"All could one day be future
Strawberry Festival kings or
queens in the festival's baby
parade contest."


Meet the Rev. Harry
Linsinbigler of Most
Holy Mother of God
Parish.
PAGE 24


INDEX

CALENDAR.
PAGE $

CLASSIFIED
PAGE B

CROSSWORD
PAGE H

OBITUARIES
PAGE 21






Getting Folksy
Celebrate craftwork.
storyellihng and music
at a local festival
honoring the Father of
Florida folk music


Tomorrow in
The Tampa Tribune
for boae dei~w,g call
HM-aoo.2daz5


2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
Between 75,000 and 100,000 people watched the Florida Strawberry Festival's Grand Parade March 6, according to parade officials.
Above, a look at the parade along Evers Street from the roof of the Wesley Center. David Butcher and David Blair of the United Methodist
Church of Plant City helped to arrange the aerial photos. For more photos of the Grand Parade, Youth Parade and events, see pages 14-17.



Guard Unit Celebrates In Kuwait


CITY SENDS T-SHIRTS,
TROPHIES.
Staff Report
The Florida Strawberry Fes-
tival found a second home at,
Camp Virginia in Kuwait
recently when Army soldiers
from 3rd Battalion, 116th
Field Artillery Regiment
shared a version of their city's
famed festival with fellow
troops and coalition forces.
The National Guard unit
from Plant City headed to
Kuwait last summer for an 18-
month deployment.
"Of course you miss home,
but by bringing the festival
here, it adds a little home


flavor," said 1st Lt. Olan Ste-
phens of the 116th.
The mayor of Plant City
issued a proclamation recog-
nizing the unit and authoriz-
ing the February event as an
official Florida Strawberry
Festival. The festival was
kicked off by a President's Day
5k run, followed by a full day
of team events, food and disc
jockey music by artists who
will perform at the festival in
Plant City. The City of Plant
City provided T-shirts and
trophies to award soldiers in
the day's team events: the egg
toss, egg run, three-legged
race, balloon toss, volleyball
and horseshoes.
"It was a blast," said Sgt.
Victor Vigna of the 116th


whose three-legged race team
, took a spill in the event. "The
competition built good cama-
raderie." The festival also
included a king and queen -
Spc. Brian Benko and Capt.
Christal Laws. Attendees also
got the opportunity to eat
their share of burgers, hot
dogs and, of course, strawber-
ries at the event. The camp
had 90 flats of strawberries
and set up a build-your-own-
strawberry-shortcake booth.
"I think it boosts morale,
not only for us, but for the
transient soldiers and
coalition forces ... just to be
able to come out and have a
good time with a little Plant
City twist to it," Stephens
said.


Photo courtesy of Daynia Burton
Enjoying their shortcake at the Camp
Virginia Strawberry Festival in Kuwait Feb.
18 are Jorge Rosales Mesia, left, and
Rolanda Diaz. Both are El Salvadorian
soldiers.


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do a _thing to reduce ,nn',viling,
in the hallways or the stair-
1. IlI. or ilv." cafeteria," she

try to add .m*ii iin.i|11' ni
tables with umbrellas and
we're -.ii it :. to try to talk a little
more about traffic flii, in the
school, such as iu.in 1 i-' exte-
rior and interior stairwells
instead of just il' .'. in the
central Courtyard,,
I'L.,, are to -.-tiv with four
1meches, eveI iiiuitgh ili fit is
ftieht, llti-matr i li.i I ill come
ll ii,. openingi'l .f i .1 ,- high
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veiy munuch want to stay at
LDurant and this wung is allow-
i, :.. ...'. 1 to stay here."
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sume time with the c J1.*,...1
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3,000 was the in.l-,i lii. iiilt-r
for hei.il ,in ; i g f, i- i .iiliiiif,n
of Coull i-' '.'.l"
At a roundtable di,-. .
last year, parents, tudents
and Durant staff member
met with Franques and other
county officials and said they
were against double sessions.
The small group also spoke
out against boundary
changes;
The school uses six porta-
bles this year and is expecting
to need 16 makeshift class-
rooms to house students while
the construction is underway.
"Hopefully, once this wing
is completed, we can get rid of
the portables," Bowden said.
Both Bowden and Franques
graduated from Plant City
fHi.h. which is led by principal
David sit I- who is also a
Plant Cil V'.idi iic."
I gLV up in this commu-
nity and I'm just in awe,"
Franques said .,biiutn l- area's
-..'t.i' "E'.,v time I see an
S...- grove come down and
a h '.)-.r *- ,-i-imer-t go up
it CLh.L.- our needs and it
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the \- i^"z '! i. 11i :si,, Scouts


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Call: 659-4200, Ext. 4139.

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MARCH 9, 2006 THE COURIER 5


THURSDAY
Library Baby Time
The Baby Time program for children up
to 14 months and their caretakers will be
presented each Thursday at 10 a.m.
throughout March at the Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. Share books,
rhymes, songs and games during the 20-
minute program.
Call: 757-9215.

Plantation House schedule
The Ramada Plantation House, 2011 N.
Wheeler St., plans the following entertain-
ment in the Red Rose Ballroom:
Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays: Des-
tiny.
April 29: Tommy Mara and the Crests.
May 6: The Mystics.
Call: 752-3141.

FRIDAY
Evening golf tournament
The Plant City Lancers soccer team plans
a night golf tournament March 10. The two-
man scramble, which includes a putting
contest, will have a 3:30 p.m. shotgun start
with nine holes during the day and nine at
night. Cost: $55 per person including cart,
two glow balls, dinner and prizes. Call:
Chris, 299-2449.


SATURDAY
St. Patrick's Day Dance
A St. Patrick's Day Dance is set for March
11 from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. at Stardust Dance
Center, 1401 Collins St. Enjoy a dance
lesson, great food and music by Peg and
Mike Johnston. Cost: $10 per person at the
door.
Call Donna: 671-3009.


MONDAY
Gardening program
JoAnne Whale will present a master gar-
dening program on wildflowers and native
plants March 13 at 7 p.m. at the Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St. Call:
757-9215.

Auditions for "M.A.S.H."
Plant City Entertainment plans auditions
for "M.A.S.H." at 7:30 p.m. March 13-14 and
March 16. Auditions will be at the audito-
rium at Hillsborough Community College.
The group is looking for 15 men and 15
women. The play will be staged May 5-6
and May 12-13. Call: 752-4949.


TUESDAY
Library offers Toddler, Story Time
The Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St., will offer the following chil-
dren's programs on Tuesdays throughout
March:
Toddler Time for ages 15 to 30 months
and their caregivers, 9:30 a.m. Stories,
finger plays and songs make up this 20-
minute program.
Story Time for ages 2 1/2 to 5 who can
sit by themselves in a group, 10:30 a.m.
Finger plays and songs make up the 30-
minute program.
Call: 757-9215.


WEDNESDAY
Putnam's rep to meet constituents
A caseworker from the office of U.S. Rep.
Adam Putnam will be available to meet
with constituents of the 12th Congressional
District March 15 from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at the
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St. Call: (863) 534-3530.

Library Story Time
Story Time for ages 3 to 5 who can sit by
themselves in a group will be presented
Wednesday at 10 a.m. throughout March
at the Thonotosassa Branch Library, 10715
Main St. Stories, finger plays and songs
make up the 30-minute program. Call: 987-
6215.

Florida Native Plant Society
The Suncoast Chapter of the Florida
Native Plant Society will meet March 15 at 7
p.m. at the Hillsborough County


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Pick of the Week


Photo courtesy of Star Productions

Take a journey
Star Productions plans "A Sentimental journey" March 24-25 at Hillsborough
Community College, 1206 Park Road. The musical will feature songs from the 1940s
and 1950s, as well as modern hits. Tickets are $15 per person and are available at
Hardee's Fashion Center, 1501 N. Wheeler St. Call: 754-4929. Pictured are Ray Barber,
left, Tom Dixon, Amanda Dixon, Mary Dixon, Maggi Jedele and Yvonne Silverling.


Cooperative Extension Service, 5339
County Road 579, Seffner. The program will
be on tillandsias and other native Florida
bromeliads. Call: Mary Miller 960-8132.


PLAN AHEAD
Federal retirees to meet
The Strawberry Chapter of the National
Association of Retired and Current Federal
Employees plans a special St. Patrick's Day
theme luncheon March 16 at noon at the
First Baptist Church in Plant City.
Information: Dick Zeiner, 759-2887, or
pazrsz@aol.com.

Facets of an Artist: Bud Lee
Photographer and folk art collector Bud
Lee will discuss the creation and value of
art with Kristin Congdon, a professor at the
University of Central Florida, March 16 at 7
p.m. at the Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St. Lee's most significant works
will be on display throughout March. Call:
757-9215.

Benefit chicken dinner
The 19th annual barbecue chicken
dinner fundraiser to benefit Plant City Chil-
dren's Theatre Guild is set for March 18
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Wal-Mart
parking lot, 2602 Jim Redman Parkway.
Cost is $6 and includes 1/4 chicken, baked
beans, coleslaw and roll. Call: 752-1683 or
752-1621.

UDC to meet
Plant City Chapter 1931 of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy will meet
March 18 at 10 -a.m. at the 1914 Plant City
High School Community Center, 605 N.
Collins St. Sara Jo Reynolds will share
"Unique Ancestor Discoveries." The public


is invited. Call: Carole, 759-0078.

FAMU alumni golf tourney
Florida A&M University National Alumni
Association's Plant City Chapter will host
its second annual golf tournament fund-
raiser for scholarships March 18 at Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club, 2001 Clubhouse
Drive. Registration will be from 6:30 to 7:30
a.m. with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is
$65 per golfer. Call: Maurice Pickett, 672-
3910 or 833-5820.

Miss Heart of Plant City
The 2006 Miss Heart of Plant City pageant is
planned for March 18 at 6 p.m. at Tomlin
Middle School, 501 N. Woodrow Wilson St.
Call: Brenda, 391-6720, or Roxanne, 478-8873.

The Florida Opry
The Florida Opry will present Tugboat
Jerry from Louisiana and other artists
March 18 at 7 p.m. at the 1914 Plant City
High School Community Center, North
Evers and Herring streets. Reserve seats are
$12.50. Call: 752-4094.

'Kingdom Collision'
Church on the Rock, 301 E. Alsobrook St.,
will present "Kingdom Collision," a free
wrestling showdown March 19 at 4:30 p.m.
Sixteen wrestlers will compete in a full out-
door rink. Information: 752-3740 or
www.churchontherockplantcity.com.

Church revival
Dover Pentecostal Holiness, 14150 Holi-
ness Church Road, will host a revival and sing
featuring the Suwanee River Boys March 19
at the 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. services and
March 20-22 at 7 p.m.
Call: 716-5004.

See CALENDAR, Page 23


(LUBCLIPS

Turkey Creek Class of 1961
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1961 meets
the first Thursday of each
month at 6 p.m. at BuddyF-
reddys, 1101 Goldfinch Drive.
The meetings are informal
and all classmates including
nongraduates are invited.
Teachers and staff are also
invited.
Call: Elaine Rogers Lister,
752-0118.

Ballroom dance lessons
Ballroom dance lessons
for beginners are held at the
Ramada
Plantation House Red
Rose Dining Room, 2011 N.
Wheeler Street, Monday and
Tuesday evenings from 7 to 9
p.m. Cost: $10 per person/per
lesson. Contact: Susan Stan-
ton, (863) 604-5060.

VFW Post 4590
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 4590 meets every first
and third Thursday of the
month at 7 p.m. at 3709 E. U.S.
92. Call: 754-7880.

PCHS Class of 1955
The Plant City High School
Class of 1955 meets the third
Tuesday of each month at 8:
30 a.m. at Fred's Market Res-
taurant, 1401 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Blvd.

Network Professionals
Network Professionals of
Plant City Inc. meets at 11:45
a.m. Thursday at Kristii's
Restaurant, 110 E. Reynolds
St., Suite 100. Call: Michael
Cameron, 759-1491.

Rotary Daybreak Club
The Rotary Daybreak Club
meets Mondays at 7 a.m. at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Call: 917-1299.

Kiwanis
The Plant City -Kiwanis
Club meets Wednesdays at
noon at the Ramada Inn, 2011
N. Wheeler St. Call: Ken
Gibbs, 752-6171.

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club
invites singles to a dance
every Friday from 8 p.m. to
midnight at the Stardust
Dance Center in Plant City
Plaza, 1401 Collins St. The cost
is $5 for members, $7 for
nonmembers. Call: 752-9277
or 759-2063.

Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan
Club meets the first and third
Thursday of every month at 6:
45 a.m. at the Orange Blos-
som Tea Room, 106 S. Evers
St. Call: Don, 684-4796.

Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of
Plant City meets at 7:15 p.m.
on the third Thursday of the
month at The Winter Visitor's
Center, next to the Planteen
Center, 301 N. Dort St. Call
Don Rainard, 707-0331.

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





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As Usual, Its All About


C conflicts are often about money. One factor that
might account for the Bush administration's
hostility toward Iran is Iran's plan to open a
bourse an oil exchange this month in which
Iranian oil will be sold for euros, not dollars.


Now, a short, oversimplified
history of money is in order. At
the end of World War II, the
Bretton Woods Agreement
stipulated that the U.S. dollar
would be redeemable in gold -
for foreigners. In other words,
any foreign government or
business that got antsy about
the value of the dollar and held
a bunch of them could redeem
them for gold at a predeter-
mined rate.
Thanks to the spendthrift
ways of our federal
government, by the Nixon
administration Europeans had
such large claims against
American gold that President
Nixon unilaterally abrogated
the agreement. No, he said, you
can't redeem your dollars in
gold, and the value of the dollar
will simply float on the open
market.
Shortly thereafter, another
agreement was made with the
oil-producing countries in the
Persian Gulf that in exchange
for protection, they would
always sell their oil for dollars.
Thus was born the petrodollar.
This allowed the U.S. to
continue its spendthrift ways


Columnist


and, in effect, pass on its
inflation to the rest of the
world. The dollar was and
remains the world's reserve
currency.
Now, if the Iranian market in
euros is successful, then more
and more people might decide
that they don't need to hang on
to their dollars and might start
dumping them for euros or
some other currency or
commodity. That could, in
effect, toss inflation back to the
U.S. and not just creep-along


inflation, but sudden and
painful inflation.
Unlike foreigners, Americans
are captive of legal-tender laws.
These laws say you have to
accept the Federal Reserve
note as payment for all debts
and goods and services, no
matter how worthless it
becomes. Remember, a fiat
currency like ours, backed up
by nothing, has no inherent
value. Its value is determined
only by its purchasing power. If
the U.S. currency is greatly
devalued, Americans might
find themselves in the same
position as the German people
in the old Weimar Republic.
If you get a Social Security
check for $400 and all of a
sudden it will only buy you $50
worth of goods and services,
the U.S. government can say to
you, "Tough beans, peasant."
Remember, the more devalued
a currency becomes, the higher
the prices people will demand.
The poor Germans in the 1920s
got to the point where they
needed a wheelbarrow to carry
enough inflated currency to the
market to buy a loaf of bread.
Now, a respected Arab
journalist does not believe that
America's hostility to Iran has
anything to do with the bourse.
Her reason for that statement
is that she is sure Bush has no
understanding whatsoever of
world financial affairs. I tend to


Aoney

agree with her. I think our
hostility toward Iran is made in
the same place our hostility
toward Iraq was made in
Israel.
Nevertheless, we as Ameri-
cans should be more con-
cerned about the fate of the
dollar than the fate of Iran or
Israel. The present monetary
system, based on a fiat dollar
and a privately owned central
barnc misnamed the Federal
Reserve System, is a handy way
to rob the American people of
the fruit of their labor.
Even creeping inflation that
we have suffered since World
War II in effect steals money
from our paychecks, our
pension checks, our savings
accounts and our insurance
policies. Many years ago, when
I bought a $10,000 life-insur-
ance policy, $10,000 was a good
sum of money. Today it will
buy about $2,000 worth of
goods and services. The federal
process of deficit spending and
monetizing the debt has stolen
the remaining $8,000.
The federal deficit and the
huge trade deficits do mean
something. They mean we are
heading for big trouble that we
won't be able to bomb our way
out of.

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


Thousands Of Words Free To A Good Home


friends began attending a class I teach at church.
It's nice to have him as a part of my adult world.
He was unable to let the occasion pass, however,
without indulging the opportunity for a quick dig. "You
don't need to use so many big words Dad," he said.


The opprobrious contuma-
cious malcontent.
I have always enjoyed words.
Not so much for their own sake
as for where they lead me and
how they help me to learn.
Late nights as a child,
reading my dad's old seafaring
novels by flashlight under the
covers.
Old editions of "It pays to
enrich your word power" in the
doctor's office.
Searching for just the right
word or phrase to communi-
cate an important concept in a
magazine article or newspaper
column.
For me, finding the right
word has nothing to do with
appearances and everything to
do with the message. There's
nothing impressive about the
proportions of a word, its Latin
roots, or the fact that it is
seldom used. What counts is
effective communication, and
fine nuances of meaning
require language that is up to
the job.
Experts estimate William
Shakespeare used 29,066
different words in his work.
Most translations of the Bible
feature 15,000 to 20,000.


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


There's evidently something to
be said for a reasonable
command of the language.
The second edition of the
Oxford English Dictionary
(1989) defines 615,000 word
forms. Yet experts estimate the
average English language
speaker possesses a vocabulary
estimated variously between
3,000 and 10,000 words. The
words we actually use amount
to a sparse fraction of that.
Be honest. How often do we
simply skip over unfamiliar
words? What did you do with
"opprobrious" and "contuma-


cious" above? When is the last
time you looked up a word in
the dictionary? Has your
vocabulary increased since
high school, or is it sliding
backwards due to television
and neglect?
It seems to me there are a lot
of good words out there that
nobody is using.
When my children were
young the dictionary and
encyclopedia sets were never
far from the dinner table. "Look
it up!" became an invitation to
discovery as a family. We could
be talking about the news,
church activities, friends or
school it didn't matter. The
rule was never to skip what we
did not understand.
Far from being an affront,
the realization we don't know
something merely amounts to
an opportunity for learning and
growth. That's one reason
grade inflation is such a bad
idea but that's a whole other
column.
If we all limited our teaching,
our conversations, our vocabu-
lary and our questions to the
lowest common denominator
then how would we learn-
anything at all? Being fully alive
necessarily involves growth,
and growth is almost always
found at the margins.
Last month my wife and I
planned to attend a Florida
Orchestra performance
featuring Beethoven. We were
running late. "Don't worry," I
said, "all we're going to miss is


20 minutes of Strauss."
How ignorant! How boring! I
was prepared to dismiss an
entire section of the evening's
program because I was
unwilling to learn a composer
beyond the margins of my
understanding. Fortunately we
made it. Surprisingly I loved
the Strauss. Thankfully,
another lesson learned.
My son, of course, it neither
reproachful nor obstinate, and
he did nothing to challenge my
authority when he playfully
picked on me regarding my
choice of words. He was
probably influenced by his
grandmother, who sometimes
exclaims that her son, "Swal-
lowed a dictionary."
His point, of course, is that I
enjoy pushing the margins of
my vocabulary, and he'd just as
soon I did not inflict such brain
stretching on innocent
bystanders.
My point, of course, is that I
profoundly value this most
amazing and elegant of
languages. Beyond the aesthet-
ics of our tongue, I also firmly
believe that we all owe it to one
another to communicate with
greater clarity and depth.
Life is rich. So is our lan-
guage. Shame on us if we let
either become rusty or boring.

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


GEORGE NEWMAN
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BETTY'S PLACE



Mike Smith Nominated To Elks Board


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist

With 27 years of service
under his belt, Plant City Elk
Mike Smith has been nomi-
nated to the group's national
board of trustees. He's been a
member of Order of Elks since
1977 and was voted an Hon-
orary Life Member in 2000.
Currently, he is serving as the
Elks' southwest central district
advisor and is on the Florida
Elks board of directors.
Mike's dedication also
extends into our community.
He has served as an active
board member at Pasadena
Yacht and Country Club, as
well as serving on Plant City's
board of adjustments. He's
also been in the employee
benefits business for 30 years,
designing and administering
programs for companies
throughout the country.
I know Mike's wife of 36
years, Sandra, son and
daughter and six grandchil-
dren are really proud of him.
Congratulations!

Tomlin students impress
Seven Tomlin Middle
School students stepped up to
their school's science fair
challenge and competed in
the USF Regional Fair last
month.
Parthik Patel placed first in
junior biochemistry and will
represent Hillsborough
County schools in the Florida
State Science Fair in April in
Orlando. Bijen Patel received
a second-place award in
junior biochemistry and Kayla
Consolver won second place
in junior physics. Adam Skol-
nick won second place in
junior behavioral and social
sciences and a third place
Award of Excellence from the
Florida Psychological Associa-
tion. Brandon Hastings, Addi-
son Killebrew and Roshni
Patel also received awards of
merit during the contest.
Congratulations to Cindy
Peterson and all her students
for a job well done!

Five generations together
And baby makes five -
generations, that is.
Eight-month-old Ean
McMunn was recently able to
visit with four special women
in his life. Ean, his mom,
Amanda McMunn,. and
grandmother, Trisha Jones,
joined Ean's great-
grandmother, Pat Simmons,
and great-great-grandmother,
Emma Jolly, at a recent family
gathering. What makes it even
more special is that Ean was
born June 7, Pat and Emma's
birthday.

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back, from left, Kayla Consolver, Roshni Patel, Brandon Hastings
and Addison Killebrew. In front are Adam Skolnick, Bijen Patel,
Parthik Patel and teacher Cindy Petersen.
At left, attending a recent family gathering were, back row,
from left, Pat Simmons and Trisha Jones. In front are Emma Jolly,
Ean McMunn and Amanda McMunn.


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resident. William L. "Bill"
Wingate, who celebrated
birthday No. 82 with a special
family dinner recently.
There to help blow out the
birthday candles were his wife,
Marguerite, children, Janice
and Adrian Pearson, Darlene
and Sam Stone, and grand-
children Erica and Samuel
Stone.

Finger-picking good
Guitarist Jeff Jackson of the
Plant City band Buck Hummer
and the Pickups recently
enjoyed meeting John Wheat
at a guitar workshop.
John, who will soon be pick-
ing up a stethoscope and
heading to medical school,
gave a concert after the work-
shop at the Bluegrass Parlor
with bluegrass guitarist Clay
Hess. Hess has performed
with Ricky Scaggs.
It was on the road again for


Photo courtesy of Simmons family
Hess and Wheat after their
Tampa performance to Nash-
ville and New York City for
more of the same.
Jeff was back in Plant City
performing with Buck
Hummer and the Pickupls.

Birthday wishes
March birthday wishes to
Kiwanians Bill Herold, Mac
Hooper, Howard Stitzel, Mac
Smith, Hal Brewer, Mike
Lopez and Ed Storer.

Archives call for old photos
The Plant City Photo
Archives has a request out to
the community for old photos
of Plant City barber shops. It is
also looking for pictures of
Henry Jefferson Ham and a
barber with the last name of
Mobley.
The archives would like to
scan the photos. The originals
will be returned.


BETTY BRIGGS/Photo
Below, Jeff Jackson, left, and John Wheat share musical notes.


If you can help, get in touch
with Peter at 754-1578 or stop
by the gallery, 119 N. Collins
St.
The gallery is open Thurs-
day through Saturday froin 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.


Have a birthday or family
event you would like to see in
Betty's column? Send items to
gabylee@aol.com or mail or
hand deliver to The Courier, C/
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St., Plant City, FL 33566.


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DIGEST
Continued From Page 3
screenings at the hospital.
Among the screenings are:
Blood profiles: $15, March
16-18 (Includes lipid panel,
complete metabolic profile
and complete blood count).
Bone density screens:
Free, March 16.
+ Skin cancer: Free, March
17.
Prostate screens: $15,
March 18.
Vascular leg screens: $20,
March 18.
# Carotid doppler ultra-
sound: $20, March 18.
CT heart score: $100,
March 18. Regularly $300.
Detects plaque in arteries, a
risk factor for heart disease.
Registration required.
Information: 754-4444.
Children's Fun Festival
The annual Children's Fun
Festival sponsored by the Arts


Council of Plant City and
Hillsborough Community
College is set for April 1 from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the
grounds of HCC, Plant City
Campus. Pre-school and ele-
mentary school-aged children
will create treasures while
enjoying a day planned just
for them, and your
organization is invited to par-
ticipate.
The free event features arts
and crafts, entertainment and
refreshments. Children must
be accompanied by an adult.
Local organizations are invited
to host an activity. For more
information and/or to request
a form, call Sharon Everidge at
752-1683 after 3 p.m. or
Marsha Passmore at 754-
2301.
"Sermon" horse show planned
"Sermon on the Mount," a
horse demonstration, will be
presented March 17 and 18 at
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!k. !Hall, 15, is raising money for the juvenile
Diabetes Research Foundation. Hall and
her family plan to walk to raise money
for the group April l at At Lopez Field in
STampa. "My goal this year is to raise
$2,500," said Hall who has lived Type 1
S"' diabetes for five years now. am ready
for a cure. I would like to live the rest of
s .... my life without having to prick my
fingers, take insulin shots, wear the pump,
: just want to be a normal teenager." A
cheerleader at PCHS, Hall is active in the
Best Buddies Program at the school, is a
w ,,. ^: X .;'.. ...'-member of the National Junior Honor
...... Society and has maintained straight A's
this year. She is also very active in the
~.^ : : .youth group at First Baptist Church of
Plant City. Tax-deductible contributions
; by check should be made out to: JDRF,
MEMO: TEAM CHELSEA and mailed to
Chelsea Hall, 2622 DeMontmollin Road,
W"'4Plant City, FL 33565.
Call: 754-0402.
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DIGEST
Continued From Page 9
Lazy W Arena on East T-'apnell
Road.
The show uses horses to
teach biblical principles and
demonstrate loving, successful
horse and trainer interaction.
The presentation is led by Lew
Sterret, an internationally rec-
ognized horse trainer/
minister, and the executive
director of Miracle Mountain
Ranch Missions Inc., a non-
profit Christian organization
located in Spring Creek, Pa.
Shows are planned:
March 17: Sermon on the
Mount kickoff, children's
program (5 to 12 years) 6:30 to
8:30 p.m.


Saturday, March 18:
Sermon on the Mount, 3:30 to
4:30 p.m. and 6:30 to 8:30
p.m.; children's Program 3:30
to 4:30 p.m., and Kids' Rodeo,
5:30 p.m.
Free admission with con-
cessions on the grounds. Bring
lawn chairs.
For information call 716-
5247 or 754-6974.

Calling all crafters
The Burnett Middle School
PTSA will sponsor the inaugu-
ral Burnett Bazaar April 1 from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the school,
1010 N. Kingsway Road in
Seffner.
The bazaar will feature
crafts, collectibles, refresh-
ments, games and free finger-


printing by the Hillsborough
County Sheriffs Office.
Craft spaces are $25 each
and yard space fee is $10. A
nonrefundable deposit is
required. All spaces will be
assigned on a first-come, first-
served basis and must be
received by March 10.
Information: Leslie Leibf-
reid,-684-5201, or leave a mes-
sage at the school, 744-6745.

Photo Archives exhibit at
Sunshine State
Sunshine State Federal Sav-
ings and Loan, 102 W. Baker
St., will serve as an additional
venue for some of the photos
in the collection of Plant City
Photo Archives, Inc. The
photos, on* display in the


financial institution's lobby,
include enlargements of vin-
tage scenes of Plant City build-
ings, citizens and events, and
will be changed every four to
six weeks. Lobby hours are
Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. and Fridays from 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Information: Peter
D'Alessio, 7.54-1578.

Housing Authority
accepting applications
The Plant City Housing
Authority is accepting low-
rent public housing applica-
tions for one- to four-bedroom
housing vouchers from 8 a.m.
to 3 p.m. at 1306 Larrick Lane.
Applications will be
accepted only from families
with a "working family prefer-


MARCH 9, 2006 THE COURIER 11

ence."
To qualify for a working
preference, the family head,
spouse or sole member must
be employed.
However, an applicant will
be given the benefit of the
working family preference if
the head, spouse or sole
member is age 62 or older, or
is a person with disabilities.
The working applicant must
be employed for six months to
qualify for the preference.
In order to process applica-
tions, applicants must bring
Social Security cards of all
family members, copy of birth
certificates, photo ID, proof of
citizenship and proof of any
income.
Call: 752-0569.


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12 THE COURIER MARCH 9, 2006


INSIDE THE CITIZENS' POLICE ACADEMY WEEK 6


Getting Behind The Wheel OfA Police Car


Have you ever wanted to
drive a police car?
For many, sitting at the
wheel of one of those custom-
made police cruisers is an
appealing notion. And as part
of the Plant City Police
Department's Citizen's Police
Academy curriculum, cadets
got a chance to do just that.
Make no mistake about it;
this is not your production car
out of Detroit. It's a 6-liter
SOHC V8, 270-horsepower
engine that produces more
muscle and significantly more
torque than the Mustang GT
engine.
The police department has
nearly 8 acres of pavement
devoted to a driving course
where officers learn how to
control skids, evade cars and
pursue others. This uncom-
promising course of turns and
twists became a driver's


JERRY
LOFSTROM
Columnist


training facility for the
academy cadets.
I found myself anticipating
the moment, itchy to get
behind the steering wheel of a
car I avoided in days gone by.
But first, each cadet was
required to ride "shotgun"


with an experienced police
officer as the driver. The .
purpose of the test ride,
according to Chief Bill
McDaniel, was to get a "feel"
for the course.
Yeah, right!
What we got was a heart-
pounding ride of a lifetime
with the police department's
version of Dale Earnhardt Jr.
driving what felt like the
Montu roller coaster at Busch
Gardens yet, all the while,
under control.
Then it was time for the
citizen cadets to drive and for
the cops to slide into the
passenger seat. Make no
mistake about it, the police
were still in control of the car.
The officer directed the cadet
which way to go, how to
maneuver and the cadet was
See CITIZEN, Page 13


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Eddie Richter, 66, won the award as top driver of the Citizens'
Police Academy.


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MARCH 9,-2006 THE COURIER *13


CITIZEN
Continued From Page 12
graded on performance.
I found out that driving a
police car fast is kind of like
dealing with fire. You're fine if
you treat it with respect. But if
you start pushing your limits,
things can get ugly. Needless
to say, I didn't get to the
winner's circle.
If you want to get some-
where fast you might want to
get "Big Eddie" Richter to
drive you there. He is to the
Citizens' Police Academy
what race car driver Jeff
Gordon is to NASCAR. Richter
drove through the maze of
cone-shaped obstacles with
such abandon it would have
given any car chase enthusi-
ast a thrill.
Eddie Richter at 66, the
patriarch of the Citizens'
Police Academy- engaged
himself in a driving contest
with cadets half his age. And
he came out on top, winning
the coveted award as top
driver of the class.
Now, if you are one of those
safety advocates that wants
tougher licensing for seniors,
I would suggest you keep Mr.
Richter out of the discussion.
If you're a senior citizen,
you might want to put the
newspaper aside, stand up
and fire a salute to Eddie
Richter for representing your
generation so well.

Final thoughts
Perception and reality
seldom meet when it comes
to discussing Plant City. Some
perceptions are best
described in tones appropri-
ate to nostalgic settings of
Betty Jean's front porch, the
Whistle Stop Caf6 and the
Farmer's Market. We are
sometimes seen as a small
town where the most serious


crime is likened to Gomer
Pyle screaming "citizen's
arrest!" as Deputy Barney Fife
makes an illegal U-turn on
Main Street, Mayberry.
The six-week Citizens'
Police Academy was a time
when presupposition met
reality.
What we found was a
sophisticated police depart-
ment with highly trained
officers and civilians, using
state-of-the-art equipment,
all coordinated by a top-
notch police chief.
Graduates of the academy
have a better awareness of the
challenges faced by police
officers every day. We will
return to our community
challenged by Chief McDa-
niel's message that crime and
public safety are community
problems, therefore, citizens
and law enforcement must
work together.
As president of the Citizens'
Police Academy class of 2006-
A, I speak for all cadets in
saying thank you to the Plant
City Police Department for
allowing us to look at your
department up-close and
personal. It was an experience
of a lifetime.


To enroll in the fall session
of the Citizens' Police Aca-
demy, call the Plant City
Police Department at 757-
9200 or e-mail police@plantc-
itygov.com. The academy
consists of six consecutive
Tuesday and Thursday night
classes at the department,
2412 Williamette Drive.
Classes are limited to 20. All
classes are free.
Plant City businessman
Jerry Lofstrom recently signed
up for the six-week Citizens'
Police Academy. This is the
sixth of six reports about what
he is learning.


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14 THE COURIER MARCH 9, 2006


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Cuteness, Creativity Reign In Baby Parade


.ORGANIZER CUTS

PARADE TIME LENGTH
By JENNIFER HOWELL
jhowell@mediageneral.com
In an effort to keep the pint-
size contestants and their par-
ents happy, the Baby Parade at
this year's Florida Strawberry
Festival will be shorter than in
years past.
The March 11 parade, a
fundraising event sponsored
by the Plant City Junior Wom-
an's Club, will have one
judging as opposed to the two
judging sessions in previous
years.
"The parade was too long,"
said Katie Sparkman, junior
woman's club chairwoman of
the parade. "This year, the
parade is going to have only
one judging. It's going to cut
the time length by incredible
(amount). It's going to be
more enjoyable."
The judging will take place
before each age group begins
the parade, which will be held


across the back of the grand-
stand, in front of the bleachers
at 10:15 a.m. The parade
should last a couple of hours,
Sparkman said. It takes place
on the festival grounds in the
stadium area.
Other than the judging, the
parade will stay the same.
Contestants in four age
groups, ages 1 through 4, will
be judged in seven categories:
most beautiful, most hand-
some, most personality,
healthiest, best costume, most
beautiful float and most
original float. Four out-of-
town judges will spend one
minute with each child.
The children can walk
across the stage or ride in a
miniature float that must be
pulled by hand, no larger than
4 feet by 5 feet and no taller
than 7 feet. Past parades have
included a variety of floats,
from Cinderella's carriage to
tractors, Sparkman said.
"One year there was a trash
can made into a top hat," she
said. "The baby was dressed
like a bunny. One was a straw-


berry fields float. There were
literally strawberries planted
(on the float)."
However, floats and cos-
tumes aren't a parade require-
ment. In fact, there are no
rules that determine what the
children can wear.
"(Contestants) can wear
full-out pageantry gowns, but
they are not considered in the
best costume (category),"
Sparkman said. "The boy in
the strawberry fields float was
wearing overalls and no
shirt."
The parade is limited to 50
contestants per category, and
contestants must live in east
Hillsborough County and have
proof of residency at the time
of registration. The cost is $20
to enter, and Sparkman said
the spots are usually full by the
date of the parade.
All of the money raised by
the parade will go to the Junior
Woman's Club shoe project,
which provides shoes to chil-
dren with needs.
For more information, call
757-2447.


Photo courtesy of the Florida Strawberry Festival
Four-year-olds Hannah Spivey and Dalton McMath were
crowned queen and king at last year's Baby Parade.


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Brittany Bozek, 2, enjoys some strawberry shortcake at the Florida Strawberry Festival March 4. Above right, Durant High School seniors Samantha Williamson,
left, Mike Rogalsky and Kayla Shirley won first, second, and third place respectively in the March 3 strawberry flat competition. The top flat sold for $4,300.


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The 2006 Florida Strawberry queen and her court enjoy the March 3 Terri Clark show at the Florida Strawberry Festival Stadium.


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Mike Saavedra sails high on the half pipe in the "Bikes, Boards & Blades" show at the festival March 3.


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Jessica James won both the senior showmanship trophy and the overall trophy during the Dairy
Show at the TECO Livestock Arena March 4.


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A lot of work goes in to putting on a livestock show and
it catches up with many participants and even their
family members sooner or later. Plant City's Robbie
Davis, the father of an exhibitor, takes a nap after all his
hard work March 2 at the festival.


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The float from Jackie's Dance Theatre Clogging & Gym entertained the crowd at the Grand
Parade March 6.


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A reflection of the Mulberry High School Band in a sousa-
phone at the Grand Parade. Below, Steven Curtis Chapman
performs in the stadium March 4.


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The Amsouth float at the Grand Parade with the firm's take on this year's festival slogan
"Making Tracks to Fun." Below, The United Daughters of the Confederacy and the Sons of the
Confederate Veterans showed a little Southern charm with their float in Grand Parade.


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The Burns Middle Band marches past the festival grounds in the Youth Parade March 4.


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Thousands lined the streets of Plant City March 6 for the
Florida Strawberry Festival's Grand Parade. Above is the Little
Miss Plant City Teenager float sponsored by the Senior Elite
Women's Club. Left, EPC Learning Center earned a first place
in the Strawberry Festival Youth Parade March 4.


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Folk Art Focus Of Bruton Memorial Library Program


BUD LEE, KRISTIN
CONGDON FEATURED
News Report
The third and final program/exhibit
in "Facets of an Artist: Bud Lee, Folk
Artist" is set for 7 p.m. March 16 at the
Bruton Memorial Library in Plant City.
At that time, Lee and Kristin Cong-
don author of a recently published
book on Florida folk art, "Just Above
the Water" will talk about their
encounters with the people who make
art in Florida.-
;Congdon is a professor of film and
philosophy at the University of Central
Florida. She has been studying and
writing about folk art for more than 25
years. In addition to "Just Above the


Water," which she authored with Dr.
Tina Bucuvalas, she is the author/
editor of nine other books including
"Art in a Democracy," "Remembering
Others: Making Invisible Histories of
Art Education Visible," "Artists from
Latin American Cultures" and "Uncle
Monday and Other Florida Tales,"
which recently won the 2002 Carolyn
Washbon Book Award for Best Popular
Book on Florida History.
Congdon is also a past president of
the Florida Folklore Society and was a
member of the Florida Folklife Council
for seven years. She has won many
national awards for her research and
writing.
Lee is an award-winning photojour-
nalist who has lived in Plant City since
the late 1970s. He received the U.S.
Military Photographer of the Year


award in 1966 and Life Magazine Pho-
tographer of the Year honors in 1967.
In the years following, he worked for a
number of the country's biggest maga-
zines including Esquire, Harper's
Bazaar, Town & Country, Rolling
Stone, Mother Jones and Vogue.
Lee came to Florida in 1976 with a
National Endowment for the Arts
Grant to work in anArtist/Filmmakers-
in-the-Schools program. He became
active in the arts scene in Tampa and
was one of the co-founders of the
original Artists' and Writers' Ball. Lee
then met and married -the former
Peggy Lassiter of Plant City. They have
four grown children.
After a stroke paralyzed the left side
of his body and blinded him in his left
eye in 2003, he has lived at the Com-
munity Convalescent Center in Plant


City.
An exhibit of his work, Bud Lee:
Picture Maker, was featured at the
Tampa Museum of Art earlier this
year.
This program series is sponsored by
the Friends of the Bruton Memorial
Library and the Florida Humanities
Council, with funding from the
National Endowment for the Arts.
Rare and unusual items from the
'folk art collection of Bud and Peggy
Lee will also be on exhibit all around
the library throughout March.
The exhibits and the programs will
be held at the Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. All offerings
are free and open to the public.
Information: Anne Haywood, 757-
9215.


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Mr. chairman
City Commissioners Robert Brown, left, and John Dicks are
serving this year on the Council of Governments, where
representatives of Plant City, Hillsborough County, Tampa,
Temple Terrace and the school board meet periodically to
address common issues. Brown, who last week had his
cancerous left eye removed, was elected chairman of the
council during its February meeting.


South Florida Baptist Hospital's Family Childbirth Center
is excited to honor the birth of our very first Strawberry
Baby. As a new tradition this year, we are celebrating
the birth of the 1st baby to be born on Grand Parade
Day during the Strawberry Festival. Please welcome
Genesis Smith to the Plant City community. In addition
to being recognized as our First Annual Strawberry
Baby, the Family Childbirth Center here at South Florida
Baptist Hospital has also awarded our new arrival with a
Berry Special Gift Basket full of fundamentals for new
baby and family.

Congratulations Melissa Nieves and family! Who knows?
You may grow up to be the next Strawberry Festival
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DEATHS


Ladd
Joseph Vernon Ladd, 74, of Plant
City died Feb. 13.
He was born in Erin, Tenn., and
moved here in 1994.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran of the
Korean War and a manager for Midas
Muffler.
He is survived by a son, Gary Peag of
Tennessee.
Haught Funeral Home.
Broadway
James F. Broadway, 57, of Plant City
died Feb. 13.
He was a lifelong resident of Plant
City and a small engine mechanic.
He is survived by a brother, Bill
Langston and his wife, Margie; five
nephews and six nieces.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Plunkett
Thelma M. Plunkett, 92, of Plant City
died Feb. 13.
She was a homemaker and attended


Eastside Baptist Church.
She is survived by three sons, Leon
"Buck," Donald "Sam," and Kenneth
"Guy," all of Immokalee; a daughter,
Carolyn T. Loetscher of Morgantown,
Ga.; 10 grandchildren; 20 great-grand-
children; and nine great-great-grand-
children.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Herring
Irma Hawkins Herring, 84, of Plant
City died Feb. 15.
She was a lifelong resident of Plant
City and taught school in eastern Hills-
borough County for 37 years, 25 of
which were at Jackson Elementary
School in Plant City.
She was a member of First Baptist
Church of Plant City.
She is survived by a son, John C. of
Plant City; a daughter, Barbara H.
Rosson of Plant City; two grandsons;
and a step-granddaughter.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Whitehead
Ocee C. Whitehead, 86, of Plant City
died Feb. 16.


He was born in Geneva, Ala., and
was a longtime resident of Plant City.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World
War II and a member of First Baptist
Church of Plant City.
He is survived by a son, John H.; two
daughters, Nancy E. Crow and Robin
R. Carrica; two brothers, John and
Leonard; six sisters, Julia L. Stewart,
Bonnie Phillips, Sandra Burger, Diane
Hall, Barbara Anderson and Betty
Goolsby; four grandchildren; and two
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Jordan
Letha Baxter Jordan, 78, of Thonoto-
sassa died Feb. 17.
She was born in Glennville, Ga., and-
was a homemaker.
She is ,urxived by lher husband, Paul
of Tampa; two sons, Jimmy and
Michael, both of Tampa; and a
daughter, Lisa Jones of Seminole.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Morris
Nilton L. Morris, 77, of Plant City
died Feb. 17.


He was born in Stucky, Ga., and was
a lifelong resident of Plant City.
He was a heavy equipment operator
and attended Lebanon Baptist
Church.
He is survived by his wife, Elma F.;
two daughters, Faye Little of Lakeland
and Lea Phelps of St. Petersburg; two
sisters, Alma Ferguson of Mount Dora
and Elizabeth Weltze of Coloma,
Mich.; three grandchildren; and eight
great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Kendrick
Maxine W. Kendrick, 85, of Plant
City died Feb. 17.
She rwas born in Brooksville and
came here in 1941.
She was a homemaker and attended
Turkey Creek First Baptist Church.
She is survived by her husband,
Alwyn; three sons, Henry of Plant City,
Ronald of Kentucky and Robert of
Lakeland; two daughters, Faye Dixon
and Carolyn Miller, both of Plant Citr:
13 .grandchildren; and 16 great-grand-
children.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.


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Artistic unity
Artists and organizers of the Feb. 2 charity art auction to benefit Plant City's Unity In The Community included sports artist Greg Crumbly, left, Paul Foropou-
lous, City Commissioner Bill Dodson, Olympia Zacchini, Arnold Martinez, Vickie Chelf, American Ideals Foundation president Bob Moffa and Unity founder
Joyce Jordan, who reported the event raised more than $5,000 to be distributed to several Plant City charities. Above right, attending the art auction to benefit
Unity in the Community were artist Olimpia Zacchini, left, artist Arnold Martinez, American Ideals Foundation president Mary Bradburn, artist Greg Crumbly,
artist Gavrielle Kaufman, auctioneer Robert Moffa, Unity President Joyce Jordan, artist Paul Foropoulos and artist Vicki Chelf.


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Harmony Baptist jubilee
Harmony Baptist Church,
6008 W. Knights Griffin Road,
will host its 12th anniversary
Jubilee March 20-26 at 7 p.m.
nightly.
Call: 986-7165.

Church welcomes Wuerffel
Former University of Florida
and NFL quarterback Danny
Wuerffel will will give an
inspirational pep talk at the
regular Sunday services March
26 at 8:15 at 10:45 a.m. at First
Baptist Church of Dover, 3223
N. Gallagher Road.
Call: 719-2273.

Music class for preschoolers
"Music to Grow On," a
weekly class for preschoolers
that will create natural step-
ping stones to formal music
education, will start March 27
at First Baptist Church, 503 N.
Palmer St.
The 45-minute classes will
offer interactive musical acti-
vities that will engage young
children.
The cost is $90 for eight
weeks.
Call: 750-4878.

International Dinner
An International Dinner is
planned for April 1 at 5:30 p.m.
at St. Clement Catholic
Church's Cronin Hall; 1104 N.
Alexander St. There will be
door prizes, raffle prizes, fun
and good food.
Proceeds will help sponsor
a youngster's trip to Mexico
'this summer.
Tickets are $5 in advance
and $6 at the door.
Call: Carol Rodriguez, 757
6234.

'Mr. Gospel Trumpet'
to perform
Jerry Goff, "Mr. Gospel
Trumpet" from Nashville,
Tenn., will appear at Harmony
Baptist Church, 6008 W.
Knights Griffin Road, April 12
at 11 a.m.
Call: 986-7165.

The Florida Opry
The Florida Opry will pres-
ent The Southern Star Blue-
grass Band and other
performers April 8 at 7 p.m. at
the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center,
North Evers and Herring
streets.
Reserve seats are $12.50.
Call: 752-4094.

Kindergarten roundup
Walden Lake Elementary
School, 2800 Turkey Creek
Road, plans a kindergarten
roundup, which helps famil-
iarize parents with their child's
school, teachers and pro-
grams, April 11 at 8:30 a.m.
Birth certificate, immuniza-
tion records, a recent physical
(within a year) and proof of
residency are needed for reg-
istration.
Information: 272-4959 or
visit http://
appsl.sdhc.kl2.fl.us.

Bless Israel event
A Bless Israel event is sched-
uled for April 29 from noon to
7:30 p.m. at Lake Mirror Park
on Orange Street in Lakeland.
The event will include food,
speakers, Israeli dance per-
formances and more.
Call: 404-5673.


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March 18
9am-Noon
Cost: $100 (Regularly $300)
Appointments required.
Call (813) 754-4444.


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Healthy Lifestyle
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Free Blood Pressure Checks
Every Tuesday
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No appointments necessary

Cholesterol Screenings
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4th Tuesday of every month
1-3pm
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Cost: $15 (no fasting required)

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5-6pm
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Bereaved Parents of the USA will host'
a support group meeting. There will
be times for mothers and fathers to
share together and separately.
4th Thursday of the month at 7pm
Community Conference Room
Call: Beth Tancredo at (813) 362-6577
or Anita Pippin at (813) 363-6972 for
this class only.


Basic Life Support for
Healthcare Providers:
Must register to attend.
April 1, 9am- 1pm; New Certification Only
Community Conference Room
Cost: $30.00 (includes book and card)
Pre-Payment required





Childbirth Preparation
Program
This six-week course prepares you and
your partner for all phases of labor and
delivery. It covers emotional issues,
relaxation and breathing exercises, and
feeding and caring for your new baby.
The sixth class contains information
previously given out during our Baby
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week on Tuesday.

(Maximum 8 couples)
Administration Conference Room
March 6-April 10
7-9pm
Cost: Free
Must register to attend.



Four out of five car seats are installed
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By appointment only
Friday only
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* Some dates may have changed. Please double-check the date of the screening you wish to attend.

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IN THE SPIRIT


The Rev. Harry Linsinbigler Most Holy Mother Of God Parish


A few steps inside the Most Holy
Mother of God Parish Church on
Moores Lake Road in Dover and a visi-
tor is transported into another world of
icons, candles, lights and stained glass.
It's a patchwork of images and sensa-
tions; a tapestry of texture overlaid
with devotion. This is Eastern Ortho-
doxy. The Rev. Harry Linsinbigler was
open to talking about his ministry.
Q: How long have you been in the
Plant City area?
A: We've been here a little over two
years. We moved from Berwick, Pa. It
was a heavy winter that year and we
were about ready! (We had) blizzards,
power failures, cold winters. It looked
like God was opening a door.
Q: Where were you raised?
A: I was born in Berwick, Pa., in
1974. I1 was raised around Philadelphia
and New Hampshire.
Q: How about school?
A: I studied science at the University
of Pittsburgh then completed two
master's degree programs, finishing
up at St. Tikhon's Orthodox Seminary
in South Canaan, Pa.
Q: What floats your boat about Plant
City?
A: The warm weather and the rural
setting. Even though I can tell develop-
ment is coming. It's a three-fold
cultural mix. Southern, people from
New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and the
Hispanic culture. I've absolutely fallen


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The Rev. Harry Linsinbigler of Most
Holy Mother of God Parish goes to
both FOX and CNN for his news. "You
have to create your own balance and
discern for yourself, put together the
pieces of the puzzle"' said the Eastern
Orthodox minister.
in love with the Cuban food.
Q: Talk about the Orthodox Church.
A: It's the oldest and second largest
Christian body in the world. We have 3
to 5 million adherents in the USA. This
church is officially a parish of the Ecu-
menical Patriarchate of Constanti-
nople within the Central Eparchy of


the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the
United States of America.
Q: Did you grow up Orthodox?
A: No. I looked at all world religions
openly and was quite shocked to be led
back to Christ. I came via heavy in-
depth study and thousands of hours of
reading. My brain led me to a certain
place, and God directed my heart
Q: I understand your first book is
coming out?
A: "That They All May Be One" is
being published in three volumes. The
book addresses the need for an ade-
quate modern-day catechism, reedu-
cating the Orthodox community. My
next work is for the broader Christian
community.
Q: What do you get in an Orthodox
Church?
A: The continuation of New Testa-
ment Temple worship. People often
skip over passages they are uncom-
fortable with, but it all fits together
rather nicely once you understand it.
Of course, there's the sermon. But ulti-
mately it's the Eucharist. It's both
word and sacrament. Many who have
flocked t6 Orthodoxy come for the
worship 4s described by St. Paul.
Q: Why didn't the Orthodox Church
have a Reformation?
A: The Reformation (16th Century)
happened for legitimate reasons, but
something was absolutely lost the
baby was thrown out with the bathwa-


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MARCH 9, 2006 THE COURIER 25


Trinkle Multi-Purpose Center Dedicated


WIND-BLOWN CEREMONY
ECHOES 'POWERFUL WORDS'
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The $8.5 million John R. Trinkle
Multi-Purpose Center at the Plant City
campus of Hillsborough Community
College was dedicated last month dur-
ing a ceremony that was attended by
about 200 people.
The ceremony began just after 10
a.m. in an open-air tent set up in the
parking lot south of the building. Wind
gusts passing through the tent were
strong enough to accentuate the words
and wit of many who spoke from the
rostrum during the dedication.
"As others have said before me, the
new building we see here is a catalyst
to the growth of our town," said Robert
Trinkle, the son of the man the build-
ing was named for. John Trinkle, who
died in 1969, was a prominent Plant
City attorney.
As he spoke a gust of wind passed
through the open tent, toppling the
Florida state flag that was standing at
the edge of the slightly raised stage.
"Those are some powerful words,"
Trinkle said, evoking laughter from
those in attendance.
Mayor John Dicks, a former member
of the college's board of directors, and
one of the city officials who pursued
the vision of a multipurpose building
at the campus, then replaced the flag
by the stage and spoke.
"We stand on land donated to the
college by the. city of Plant City," Dicks


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
A dedication ceremony was conducted Feb. 10 for the opening of the John R.
Trinkle Multi-Purpose Center, a 47,000-square-foot building on the Hillsborough
Community College Plant City campus. The center will serve the college with
laboratories and classrooms, and the public with a 2,400-square-foot auditorium
and a warming kitchen to assist in the catering of luncheons and banquets.


said as a fresh breeze blew the state
flag off its stand once again. This time
State Rep. Rich Glorioso, a former
Plant City commissioner, moved over
to remount and protect the flag.
The city donated 40 acres to the
school in 1976 when the college was
first founded. Facing stiff competition
for a remote campus from the original
Dale Mabry campus in Tampa, the city
promised another 40 acres to the col-
lege for expansion whenever it was
needed.
Glorioso, Dicks, Trinkle and campus
president Felix Haynes all gave credit
to former State Rep. Johnnie Byrd, a
Plant City lawyer and former Speaker
of the Florida House of Representa-
tives, for supporting the legislation in
Tallahassee that funded the project to
build the Trinkle Center.
"I will do all that I can in Tallahassee


to keep the vision of Plant City as a col-
lege town going," Glorioso said.
The state legislature will annually
review a commitment to match public
funds donated to the college for
improvements made at the Trinkle
Center. More than $1 million has been
collected privately during the last 18
months for improvements to the
center. Organizers of the private effort
to enhance the building are looking for
a total of $4 million to help furnish and
equip the building and add to its aes-
thetics during public events planned
for the multipurpose venue.
Making one last play on the role the
blustering wind had assumed during
the dedication was Plant City lawyer
and college board director Danny
Coton.
"I don't know if my words can match
the power shown by Bob Trinkle's. But


in my opinion, this building is the most
significant building constructed in
Plant City since 1975," Coton said.
"This effort shows what dedicated pri-
vate and public cooperation can do.
The Trinkle Center will stand as a
monument to the people of Plant City
and the Hillsborough Community Col-
lege."
The 47,000-square-foot Trinkle
Center on East Cherry Street will pro-
vide classroom and laboratory space
for the college and auditorium space
for the community.
The building will serve the college
and the community well, said Gwen
Stephenson, HCC's president.
"This building will give the Plant
City campus an opportunity to host an
all-college day, where the 1,000
employees of the college are invited to
come on site and become familiar with
the campus," said Stephenson.
The community center portion of
the Trinkle Center will include a 2,400-
square-foot auditorium that will
accommodate up to 1,600 people in a
banquet arrangement. It has an ele-
vated ceiling, central air and heat, an
open bay and the ability to be subdi-
vided with moveable walls. A warming
kitchen will also be available to store
and handle catered events and there
will be a moveable stage.
Items earmarked for purchase with
the $4 million residents are trying to
raise include 144 folding round tables,
150 rectangular folding tables, a ceiling
mounted projector screen, a portable
20-foot-by-30-foot stage, stage light-
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A: "Jesus Among Other
Gods," by Ravi Zacharias. It's
a pretty fantastic book that I
didn't come across until
recently.
Q: Do you belong to any
clergy groups?
A: I'm on the Christian
Forum in Tampa, one clergy-
man from each Christian
body.
Q: Who's brain would you
like to pick during a two-hour
lunch? #
A: I'd have to say two
people. The Pope of Rome
and the Patriarch of Con-
stantinople. I'd like to talk
about dialogue in general.
Q: When did Orthodoxy
separate from Rome?
A: 1204 was the final separa-
tion. The sacking of Con-
stantinople during the fourth
crusade and the looting of
Eastern Christians by Western
Christians. That pretty much


put a seal on it.
Q: How would y-ou invite
people to your church?
A: Come and see. There's no
way to describe Orthodoxy in
just words.
Q: Is there a scripture you'd
like to leave with readers?
A: I would say "Take
therefore no thought for the
morrow: for the morrow shall
take thought for the things of
itself. Sufficient unto the day
is the evil thereof." We're so
anxious as a culture. We need
to seek Christ more and more.
Q: How do you feel about
this work?
A: I feel fantastic about this.
God gives clear signs. But we
often obscure our vision.

Derek Maul
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Savino and pitcher Carmine Giardina during an early-season game against Riverview. Giardina
went on to pick up the win with pitcher/third baseman Tony Garcia, left, being brushed back by a
pitch from Riverview's Billy Bullock, coming on to close out the Sharks. Giardina is scheduled to
start against Sarasota Friday night at Durant in a key district matchup.


Cougars Prepare To Tussle With Sailors In 6A-8 Showdown
TOP SEED IN DISTRICT come in here all upset. Either on the last part of the district speed, but it's not that far off. Plant City went up against a
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By DAREK SHARP
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With a couple of defeats
already this season, the Sara-
sota Sailors no longer seem
invincible. But that won't
detract one bit from the
importance of this Friday's
game when the Sailors visit
Durant.
"There could be some
chinks in their armor," said
Durant baseball coach Ron
Fussell. "Then again, it could
be a bad thing and they could

SPORTS SHORTS

Adult softball
Signup now for adult soft-
ball leagues that start week of
March 13 at the Randy. L.
Larson Four-Plex and Plant
City Stadium.
Cost: $240 for 8-game
season, $480 for doubleheader
league (16 games), $20 ASA
sanction fee.
Call: Brian Dodd, 659-4200,
Ext. 4302, or e-mail bdod-
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Adult fastball league
Signup now for the Monday
night league that starts week
of March 13 at Plant City Sta-
dium.
Cost: $280 for an 8-game
season, $20 ASA sanction fee.
This is baseball played on a
softball field, bases at 70 feet,
no pitcher's mound.


way, were excIeJ.
And why wouldn't the Cou-
gars be? Even though the
season is less- than halfway
complete, Durant would lock
up the top seed in Class 6A-
District 8 with a win over the
Sailors.
Durant lost twice last week,
its first two setbacks of the
year, however the Cougars'
one victory was in a district
game. With a bunt and a
couple of errors in the eighth
inning, Durant beat Sarasota
Riverview, 3-1, on the road
Friday.
That put the Cougars at 5-0
in the district, with Sarasota


Call: Brian Dodd, 659-4200,
Ext. 4302, or e-mail bdod-
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Big Dawg softball tourney
The April 22 men's ASA Big
Dawg "C" and "D" softball
tournament is accepting regis-
tration through April 14.
Cost: $200 for a four-game
guarantee.
The tournament will be held
at the Randy L. Larson Four-
Plex and Plant City Stadium.
Call: Brian Dodd, 659-4200,
Ext. 4302, or e-mail bdod-
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Co-ed all-nighter
softball tourney
The co-ed all-nighter tour-
nament will be March 25 at
the Randy L. Larson Four-Plex


Ocsllel-lT. e OL Vast wee, arasOULta
lost 12-9 to Lakeland, a team
both Durant and Plant City
have defeated this season.
Durant then fell to 7-2 when
it lost at Hillsborough Satur-
day, 2-1, on a run in the
bottom of the seventh. Jeffrey
Wright had what should have
been a two-run triple earlier in
the game, but the Terriers
right fielder made a spectactu-
lar catch, one the Cougars
might not see the likes of again
this year.
"That was a big-league
catch," Fussell said. "If that
falls in, we're fine. Our hitting
has not been quite up to


and Plant City Stadium.
Teams may register until
March 17.
Cost: $270 for a six-game
guarantee
Call: Brian Dodd, 659-4200,
Ext. 4302, or e-mail bdod-.
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Adult flag football
League starts March 27.
Players may register through
March 15 at the Recreation
and Parks Administration
Building, 1904 S. Park Road.
Cost: $250 for an eight-
game season
League nights: Mondays
and Thursdays at Otis M.
Andrews Sports Complex.
Call: Brian Dodd, 659-4200,
Ext. 4302, or e-mail bdod-
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Dut Le p cLC L) ngSo my gos L,
it's been out of this world."
Carmine Giardina is sched-
uled to get the start Friday, but
Tony Garcia has been per-
forming so well so far Fussell
had to think twice about it.
"I think Carmine has a little
vendetta against Sarasota.
They roughed him up pretty
good last year," he said.
Even if the Sailors win, the
- Cougars would still be in great
shape for the district tourna-
ment. At worst, they would be
the No. 2 seed and likely would
avoid meeting the Sailors until
the district final.


week. Against Gaither, the
Raiders got a two-run homer
from A.J. Starky for a 4-3 lead,
but the Raider defense wob-
bled, committing seven errors
in a 13-7 defeat.
Then, Saturday afternoon at
Alonso, Plant City lost 6-4. The
score was 5-0 until the Raiders
plated three runs in the top ol
the fifth, including a solo
homer by Adrian Romero.
The Raiders have lost five in
a row, but can still finish as
high as third in the district.
First, Plant City must beat Sar-
asota Riverview on the road
this Friday.


Nuggets, Comets Polish


Off Perfect Seasons


YOUTH HOOP PLAYOFFS
COME TO CLOSE
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
While two teams completed
perfect seasons to win cham-
pionships in the PCRPD/
Optimist Youth Basketball
Program, another came from
nowhere to earn a title. The
Raptors, who at 4-4 were right
in the middle of the pack of
the Junior League for the
regular season, defeated the
Raiders, 39-28, last week to
win the championship for that
age group.
Also winning crowns were


the Nuggets of the Senior
League and the Comets from
the Girls League, both capped
off perfect seasons. For the
Nuggets, it was the third
consecutive championship.
The Cadet League's Colts
were stopped one game short
of also finishing without a loss,
as the Grizzlies edged them,
34-32, in the finals.
Going into the Junior
League (11-13) playoffs, the
Raptors were one of several
teams sitting at 4-4, a modest
sixth-place out of the 14 teams
in the age group. But in the
second round, the Raptors
showed they were dangerous,

See UNDEFEATED, Page 31




MARCH 9, 2006 # THE COURIER 31


Marsh Sets Sights On College


WILL PLAY FOR MERCER


By DAREKSHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Stacie Marsh can look forward to a
new set of soccer memories, now that
she has secured a playing future at
Mercer University.
In fact, Marsh can be guaranteed
that her next game at Mercer will
supply more memories than the one
she played before Friday's signing.
While taking part in the Hillsborough
County vs. Manatee all-star contest in
Bradenton, the Durant senior went up
for a header and came down with a
concussion. She did not realize this,
nor did anyone else, at the time.
"She played 15 minutes with a con-
cussion. She remembers nothing of
what happened after the collision,"
said her father, Steve Marsh, who was
at the Feb. 25 game.
Marsh was baek in full grasp of her
sensibilities Friday at the school, put-
ting her signature on the letter of intent
to Mercer, located in Macon, Ga.
She visited the Mercer campus on
three occasions. and Mercer coach
Grant Serafy was able to watch Marsh
in action when she played with her
club soccer team, the Clearwater
Chargers, in tournaments in Atlanta
and Raleigh.
"I had about 10, 12 schools that I e-
mailed. Basically, I told the Mercer
coach where I was going to be playing
and to come see me," Marsh said. "I
didn't want to go to a big school where I
would maybe be overwhelmed."


Marsh said her other finalists were a
pair of Florida schools, Rollins and
Nova Southeastern.
"She has the passion to play at the
next level and will do very well," said
Durant head coach Ron Evans. "Her
presence on the field will be greatly
missed by us next year."
Mercer is a member of the Atlantic
Sun conference, so the chances of
Marsh playing at least a couple of
games in Florida each year are strong.
Last season, the Bears went up against
Florida Atlantic, Stetson and two
schools located in Jacksonville (JU,
North Florida). Mercer also faced Flor-
ida State University, which went on to
the national semifinals. In their con-
ference, the Bears finished 3-6-1, a
half-game out of qualifying for the
conference tournament.
Recently, Marsh, who played
sweeper at Durant, was named first
team all-Western Conference. In addi-
tion to the Hillsborough-Manatee
game, Marsh played in Saturday's
Hillsborough vs. Pinellas clash.
Marsh, the daughter of Steve and
Shari, is also academically ranked 12th
out of 579 members of the Durant
senior class with a 5.72 weighted
grade-point average.
In fact, the bulk of Marsh's schol-
arship is due to academics. Marsh
received the Presidents Award at
Mercer.
Prior to Marsh, fellow Cougar Gabi
Rivera the team's leading scorer -
signed with Auburn. She plays for the
Olympic development team that
Auburn assistant Matt Mott coaches.


ROBERT CQONE/Staff photo
Durant senior Stacie Marsh smiles with her family at a college signing party held
at the school last week. Marsh, who played sweeper for the Cougars soccer team,
will play for Mercer University in Macon, Ga. With Marsh are her father, Steve,
mother, Shari, grandparents Larry and Joyce Conway, and sister Amy, a sopho-
more soccer player for Durant.


Also, goaltender Megan Kim is
expected to make official a scholarship
with Nova Southeastern near Fort Lau-
derdale.
As for the concussion, Marsh
admitted she remembered nothing
that happened in the game afterward.
"She came off the field crying," said
her mother, Shari Marsh. "She didn't
know what was going on. But I asked


her if she knew her name, if she knew
my name, and I knew she would be
OK."
"Since she was a baby, we always
wanted to toughen her up. She would
play with her brothers and they would
knock her around.
"That's what made it so ironic. Her
whole high school career, she never
got a concussion until that game,"
Steve Marsh said.


SHARP CUTS


Raider GloryDays


By DAREK SHARP
Columnist
Another good effort by a
Hillsborough County team,
but alas another reminder of
how special that 1982 season
was for Plant City High.
Chamberlain gave it a
valiant go on Saturday, at
least for the last 10 minutes,
in a 12-point loss to Gaines-
ville Eastside in the Class 5A
boys basketball champion-
ship game at The Lakeland
Center.
Among the crowd was the
man who is attempting to


bring some of that magic
back to Plant City: head boys
basketball coach Gary
Meyer.
"We're trying to get some
of that back. We feel like
we're on the upswing,"
Meyer said this week. He was
on hand to witness Cham-
berlain become the latest
county public school to
come up short.
-For what turned out to be
just a near-comeback, what
took place at the Lakeland
Center almost qualifies as
epic. Chamberlain was


losing 36-13 at halftime.
Enough right there, right?
Try 46-17 with 1:30 to play in
the third quarter.
"I had seen the Gainesville
team play before, and I told
the people around me that if
Chamberlain gets after
them, they can get back in
the game," Meyer said. And
how right he was. The Chiefs
went on a 30-6 run that got
them to within five points
with more than a minute to
play.
The excitement around
Saturday's contest once
again reminded Meyer of the
feeling that he, one day,
would like to see flourish
with Plant City basketball.


Through two seasons of his
return to the Raiders, Meyer
has helped foster a turn-
around and, just as impor-
tantly, has some key people
behind his efforts. No, he
doesn't think the Raiders are
going to be hoisting another
state championship banner
anytime soon. For now, it's
about getting the vibe back.
For starters, a new banner
paid for by one of the '82
team members will be raised
in the Raider gym, followed
sometime soon by one
commemorating the 1967
team.
"Jimmy Smith, who
coached the 1982 team, is
still around and Pete Wero-


nik was an assistant on that
team; he's still here. We still
have a lot of people around
who want to support this
thing," Meyer said.
Meyer feels a special
fondness for the graduating
seniors, which went from
two wins a couple of seasons
ago to 14 this year.
Jason Brown, Donnie
Howard, Chyijuan Cooper,
Cody Elliott, Luke Keene,
Daniel Ruel and Daniel
Bryant will graduate.
"They did such a good job
bringing the program
around. We feel like with the
players we have coming back
we're in good shape, but I'm
gonna miss those guys,"


UNDEFEATED
Continued From Page 30


Photo courtesy of Jeff Jacobsen
The Plant City Recreation Department boys basket-
ball senior division Nuggets finished the season
with an undefeated 11-0 record, winning the city
championship Feb. 28 by beating the Braves, 69-62.
The Nuggets averaged 60 points per game this
season, and it is the third year in a row the team
won the title. In front, from left, are Rex Herrera,
Johnvonte "Boss" Bell, Steven Craft, Cory Lawson,
Bradley Sullivan and Chris Sullivan. In back are head
coach Jeff Jacobsen Sr., Jeff Jacobsen Jr., Jared
Broward, Chad Hansen, Robbie Stroud, Sharod
Hardnett and coach Richard Semple.


handing the 76'ers just their second loss of the
season, 35-24. Alton Honors II scored 13 points for
the Raptors, while Adrian Nelson Jr.- had 14 for the
Sixers.
Then in the semifinals on Feb. 24, it was another
8-1 team going down to defeat when the Raptors got
by the Pacers, 38-36. Honors had 15 points and both
Otito Santos and D. Matthew Morris scored in
double figures; Christopher D. Smith netted 15 for
the Pacers. Smith was coming off a 21-point game in
the first round.
In last Tuesday's title matchup at Marshall, the
Raptors beat yet another one-loss club, topping the
Raiders, 39-28, as Honors scored 17 points and Miles
Tombrink had nine. The Raiders had reached the
finals by knocking off the 7-2 Lakers.
All of the finals were competitive, but none closer
than in the Girls League. The Comets, who were 11-0
heading into last Monday's title match, clipped the
Nets, 35-34. Michelle Sanders had 20 points and
Elissa Hunter added nine for the winners, offsetting
a 23-point effort from Eryka Williams.
The Nets finished the regular season at 7-2, tied
with the Suns, who were ousted by the Comets, 36-
26, in the semifinals.
Johnvonte Bell had a magnificent night last Tues-
day, scoring 36 points to lead the Nuggets to the
Senior League crown in a 67-61 win over the upstart


Braves. The victory capped the Nuggets' season with
a 10-0 record.
Mario Brooks scored 15 points and David O'Cal-
laghan had 13 for the Braves, who were 4-5 (fourth
place out of six teams) during the season but
knocked off the second-place Cavs, 47-44. Brooks
scored 20 points in that one while Malkik Charles
and Ethan Hamilton combined for 23 for the Cavs
(7-2).
The Grizzlies (10-1) certainly earned the Cadet
League championship. Their last three opponents'
combined record, coming into their games against
the Grizzlies, was 26-1. The first unbeaten to fall was
the National Division winner, the Bulls.
Then in the semifinals it was a 26-21 win over the
Hornets, who wound up the regular season tied for
second with the Grizzlies. Destiny Harscher scored
10 points to lead the Grizzlies in that one, while
Dustin Lawson had 12 for the Hornets.
Tyler Barnett scored 13 points, Andre Steadman
had nine and Aliyah Gregory added six in the cham-
pionship game against the Colts (10-1), who were
paced by 10 points from P.J. Almon and seven from
Nicholas Ferro. Almon and Ferro had 12 apiece in
the semifinal victory, 32-19, over the Trailblazers.
Almon scored 23 in the second-round win against
the Spurs.




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YANKEES- dos & mis tes, wth5qultedilt rd MATTRESSES very little. 97350 $695. (863)%58-8212.
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A Brand Name Queen Queen set 1275 $500 obo.Warrant 727-323-3168'
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.- (Miscellaneous Wanted)) RACINGD DEVILS ss t. ew in 813-293-7621 WASHER/DRYER, Maytag G Anbti Sn1a0re
AUCTIONS BY PEACOCK SPEEDWAY SAT 11 7 c with warranty, heavy Solidrosewood.
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Best In Life. Choose or consigning to auc tion 41 5 mi W of 1-75 Orthopedic Pillow Top obo. Sold as a set. P RNA
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PIANO Schafer & Son,
48" Upright Walnut Pia -
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Like New! $2500
813-908-9777/766-4111


THIS
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SAXAPHONE Selmer Par
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352-683-0420 wnewell@
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SAXOPHONE- Brand New
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813-493-6166
VIOLINS $100, German
$150. Viola $150. Cellos
$319. Cases & Bows.
Mandolins $120. Guitars
$150. Trumpets Flutes &
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copiers, printers &
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ARM Chairs Desks
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an needs bi-lingual 813-754-9100 caregivers, Autumn part-time positions avail- call 642-1230 or 642- 216. new andexist prod- OF THE THIRTEENTHJU- A Local cash Vendin
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0be C 3ds= le r eed M St. new, 2 car garage&, om- in @ $130K season climate. Call FINGER LAKES FARM Acres is Perfect for t. Realty 931-946- 2484
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to run own new BBQ 610-0818 sites available in Rock- Private mountain e- DEROW UIET Fenced on Beautiful Ro11 1.5 acres plus,90 miles from .only $9,900! 2
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BAYSHORE PENTHOUSE 813961-8715 to qualify. End Villa 3br 2ba scrn 45,000per acre mountain views. 1 to HOMESITE! TERMS 740-489-9146 $ .re-fere ditate
large lbr, lba w/office lanai to pool. New Cha, Fou 8/acres from the $60s. AVA IABLE!TER MHURTAINSpre-developmNentTdis- d$la889wa
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813-961-871 to qualify, condo, 3br, 1.Sba CHA, & wateall $119,500 FL- You can afford this Bath home with a car 1 Acres Direct From Gainsville. Beautiful area.
Davis Island 4br3ba Pool needs work, $1A2,000. owner 866-789-8535 Unspoiled natural beau garage onlakeview & Owners (706)276-7773. Call for color brochure.
home! 2150sf $9k Johnson/Park Rd 3/1.5 No offers accepted be- ty!ecreation Areas. No ponuview lots. 1800sq
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( Out of State )) Manufactured Homes ( Condominiums (Lease Option to Buy)) Campers / Travel Campers / Travel ((Motor Homes / RVs] (( Swimming Pools )]
WESTERN New Mexico- t in Parks CALUSA Trace/Lutz, NEW PORT RICHEY STOP Trailers JJ Trailers 37FT 2001 Alpine, 350 Factory Direct Tampa
20 Acres Starting at condo., 2 br, 2 ba, wa- RENTING! NO BANK 30'C ,4Cummins 8.3 Diesel, Gufto Bay Spas


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Views, trees, rowlyn- bile Home Comm.i4002 (813)404-8990 NOW! T, new awning & sips7, W/D, self contain., slide, 7.5k quiet diesel www.gulftobayspas.com
treEl hunting Sproperty Smith Ral2bRd, Plant Prop eroicawins@cox.net (877) 753-7292 sunscreen, all access air, many extras. Tam a generator $121k Bruce
or year roun home. City.A som Repossed $5,500. 813-48-3948 $24,500 703-599-179 or Danny 63-382-2886 (( atersports 3043235
Power 100% financing. homes for sale. COMMERCIAL_ RIVERVIEW, APOLLO BCH RIVERVIEW New Panther
MOUNTAINS OF WEST 813-737-2110. rent Fals avail. 1-75 ac- Trace home, 3br, 2ba 30' 2006 Thunder TT self 42' 02 FRANKLIN tbo 460 wde body mar Dutch 2005 YAMAHA JET SKIS7402746
ERN NC MOUNTAINS. REAL ESTATE -SALE cess. 13-244-3148 2cg 1600sf all apps count. super sli de axel2slide-outsskirin Star, Class A diesel, T o

Homes, Cabins, Acreage FLORIDA BreathtakicngI, 2Rent to own. Ready awning, f ully oaed No s 0 (813) 981945 t s Tw o Yamaha FX Cruis-
kee Mountan Realt exe offices, work, ve & easepton. 1250/mo & utility room. W/D in- slide outs. Loaded, er HO Jet Skis- 3 Pass,

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OLINA. WINTER SO N blocks from intersae t ( Houses Furnished now $1195/mo reasonab le offer re 0 eMany Upgrades, W/D, 10 HP, trailer, cover

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IS HERE! MUST SEE THE 0. ) 813-375-0770 3 slides, fiberlass, 2BR,C ell:K o(8, 0)300 mae3s35,p
BEAUTIFUL PEACEFUL Flae room, carport, patio.Sale APOLLO Beach South ) 500 manyextas. il deliver. 38Bounder 195,Cell: (850) 304-3235
MOUNTAINS OF WEST- arly/u urn. Shore Falls, Bran new Manufactured Home $30,500 obo 436 de od (813) 740-2746
ERN NC MOUNTAINS. 12,900.u813-u64-0437Shre 2 B ver esan e aiat ure Ho m o 30' Jayco 5thwheel, 1989 8 Km412&101de412b1t l 460 wide body, many
HWEYNTHEHLL 3BR, 2BA, covered lanaicamper400. 412- 1019/412-1017 add-ons exc. condo. Boats
Homes, Cabins, Acreage FLORIDA Breatht i 2cg, ne clubhouse ANTIOCH, 2BR,e ISBA on 813-763-3238 to fll a t $30 4
Investments. Chero- 3 v 900. 42' 2005 Luxury 3br 2 m te $3 0






LARGE Moutn Land Bar ua Fte o mRN ues ak/ev, ool/ gym Possiole 1 acre. Large cr. porch 'Marathon Ar, Awnt C,W1-383-52 813-9566011
SHstElevatn. exeofficesOffice Space Lease & all applon. 81250-7060. & utility room. W/D in- slide outs CAR Y W/D Recreation12FT. 2002LundWCntal12.
GMAC Real Estate, w property lay. $1.M Call Denise 330-562-5636 clouded. No pets, no33' 2004 JAYCO EAGLE Awnings,
re p29-868-2728 smoking. $700/mo. $700 travel ttrailerl large Considr1 trade. $24,900 40' 1999 Country Coach w/Yahnct Club TraLer.
www.cherokeemo e slide out, like new, neg.813-759-6392 Affinity, all options, exc. Suzuki DT6utbrd. Low
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5868 cess to 1-4 &Ta Close Tampa. $875/mo floors. Great schools. Trailed Park Model, 3 Slides, 239-272-8105avel RVs/BoatsAutos,
(813) 813-966-8245 br 2ba, CHA, large CORK area, clean Tra 2/1 er, 2 Sde Outs 29 1994 Winnebago Secure2/1,1$50/mo
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TlormadePropeies, oa recently remo- ces.$125/wk, ,Jp ty, white washed cabi- MacDill AFB, Lot 685. 45' Newmar 05 ESSEX- 50',, i1-
+/- $159,900. Gorgeous10-0580 eed$1,250/month +4765e- 863-670-1924 nets flex steel urn., 1 $21,900 813-840-1280 Hard to find! 4 Slides Apollo Bech
acreage greatview IA & slide, scrd porch Ford, 42K m acks, cam- Bradon/Valrico/ 8130084-8489,436-7154.
pristine shoreline &9 posit.813-625-1648 Vacation smoked in exc Rsotmiles,0Pearl.laz
deep boatable water! sf with arae door con i stereo loaded .27,500 era, new tirHomes batter- Riverview 813-220-1538n
14 16Wides-New06s B, ASHEVILLE, NC 3br 2b 3)787-27 21' WINNEBAGO 1993 ran s &y, $369,000 702-327- paint, carpet & seats
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water, septic approved .b ,lawcareincl. beauti- selfcontained gen self-contained Exc cond RV PORT in beautiful 301b tri mtr, Magic tilt
Excellent financing. $1795 mo.813-789-2662 ful mountain views, mint cond, ext warr $18,500813-404-3571 Emerald Point RV Park, trlobo, 727-514-667 95
appointment on PLA C $2500/mo Beach Rentals RICO Sine level eysto Ze $80,000.207-270-1427 813-623-9997L 1' O
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L to 4 RE E large 4/2, pool/pond, $ 813-29-6972 A n83-653-9859, e c (813) 469-6620
FOR RENT sac nv $1,975/mo. In- park/driv, sharp! Call Dave813-758-7643 cnd.$2300 obo.

Forest, 20+ AC to 350 C Apartments LUTZ/ OAK GROVE 4Br, Cell 302-377-5945 Class p A n2R rkil 16' a 48'W Tracker 2003
AC. Sweeping Mtn. Plan ityUn 44Furnished a 2Cg, 2000SF $10,000 or best offer POPUPCAMPERS for rent w/tlr,25WEMOVEHP Merc Low
views rnto teams. 750sf Officew Spacend used carsbrand newronserv Yo heree air awnn m GMC Envoy, price neg. ANY TIME 24/7. Hrs, only used in fresh
www.fiveinwv.com. Exc. location, Paved PLANT CITY 2br, ibe much more, $1400/mo 8137596392 Cl Lyn to reserve @ water, Troll Motor set up
Prkng. 1804W. BakerSt. + deposit call KEN 813- 36 1998 ALFA 5th Wheel, 813.546.1827 ww.popup for Spec fishing.2 Fish
$795/mo. 813-764-8030 950sf in elegant historic 240-3382 RECREATION 28' 1993 ULTRA STAR rentalcampers.com Finders, ManyExtras!
Bldg dwntwn, wd firs frigerator wl ice maker, low profile, Chevy 4t4, $4000 firm.
j.- PLANT CITY Suites (3) in 13' ceilga, Walk td; NORTHDALE Beautiful I newq0n mattress, nice, sofa, dinetteC,rear RV Stor 813-967-7323
elegant historic dwntwn shops & restntstory 4r 2ba pool, new 6, twins, coran any spa 2 bait wells, trailer.
y ri W bldg, 1000 asf, Quickacr- CHA. Quick access toI* cCarpet, hardiwood 8135 85 2 NADA lo $16K27-01- FOWLER & 1-75
cess to 1 -4 && C Tpa. Close Tampa. $875./mo floors. Great schools.8 Trailers $J36' 2005 Elite Travel RV's/Boats AutosE -5
&10/ s813 5$1700/mo. Trailer, 2 Slide Outs, 29' 1994 Winnebago Secure $50/mo.
$10/sh813-966-8245&- 813-967-7072 08' (17' open) 2004 W/Dryer, CHA, Queen Itasco Class C Onan Happy Traveler RV Park 171 1998 Cobia center
IC arehous PLANT CITY Historic Area RIVERVIEW, StarcraftPop-up Camp- Size Bed, Awning, gen, AC, 2 qu bd sips 6 813-986-3094 console,,90 hp Yamaha,
MANUFACTURED Office W2br00 mo $600 Summerfield, New, or, AC sleeps 4, Used $19,900 813-494-1126 mirco, r ane, frig, 44 outboard, bimini top
HOMES Co doist, br$475 mo I 4/3.5/2+deiCommuni- once 4000 $17,900. 8 3-689- 604 OUTDOOR Storage, 5515 w/traile, depth/gps col-
bom JJo$l75 deposit. Back-, Porch, Lanai, 813969-0229 38' Heritage T.T. 2006,, 3 r G Causeway Blvd RVs or FM/AM CD player,
ground check Required. e,679,41500/mo. 813- power slideouts, W/D, 2341995 GeorgieBoy 460 Cars, Trucks, Trailers. allgear included. $8300.
ARMENIA & MLK Corner, 13-215-0050.17.5AuasportCA Dishwasher mro, mi,jacks, cam- Brandon/ Valrico/ 813-684-8489, 436-7154.
IS ,,, ,, 800sf withgarage door, console with. 15 stereo loaded t27,500 era, newtires, batter- Riverview 813-220-1538
Can be modifiedfor ten- PLANT CITY, NEW,1800 SPRING Hill Rent To Own, Evinrude all electronics (813h) 787-2712 es. N/S. EXCELLENT. Be- 17.6' 93 Roberts Flats
14 & 16 Wides New aF's antB Perfect for Auto/ 4br,2ba, new home, with AM/FM, CD, low low book $23,500. 813- ( Spas & Hot Tubs J] Boat 115 Johnson, Po-
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Del- Set up AC Skirt DeaN83-731with1oSAMK ua-OPTIOAvTOn ,gar agetal$Kt 39' 1998 W wilderness Park 6 platform, Jack
MoreS..FeeaBuy.1ST & LAST SEC. buy with no bank quail- kept.Avorret 7plce, Low Water Pick-
More Sq. Feet for the $$ Dyino- Low down pay- Se I for $11K. 813-334- Model, 2 slides, washer 35'1998 Safari Sahara 300 asFulatConT er, Fs
Banks -(863) 688-4635 1-4$1600/MO 1402- & dryer, awning, TV a 5 A-ISpas
339- 1 )1 men. Move in today! 7275 hcat, 55k m 16e slide Float on Trailer, Fast
Lakeland Near 1-4 & 98 (( RetailSpace 339-245e11-3987os eg8363 icemaker, Wb, go island Repairs, Moves end Boat. Excellent cond.
1 27'TT, 1-slide, 2 entries,'bed, dinette set. Clean. Buys Used Hot fobs. $7,800 (813)299-3914
PLANT CITY 1000sf, elo-r(C Beach-Rentals VALRICO Singelevel 3br 06 Keystone Zeppelin II, $80,000. 207-270-1427 813-623-9997
New 1or 4 sq f bt gant historic dwntwn harm 2ba2cghig1iuprad- solid wood cabinets, 3 U17' HOBIE SPORT CAT
3or94bed2baths bld9 old world charm, 'ON BEACH 2BA ed, Beautiful Neighbor- sips 6, div forces sale. WHEEL Triple slide out, 37' 2004 TROPI-CAL by SPA- Hydro, 20 ets, 4HP 1994 with trailer $5000
69 50000 (813)971-6953 Quick access to 14 & REDING BEACH h Close to all $8k obo. 813-239-6972 CHA,Obay windows, awnd National RV,t3502 Cat Hiflow, easylift cVer, (813) 469-6620
stewarthomesfla.com 813-966-8245 sleeps 6-8, 1200 sf, w/3 conveniences $1,150/mo 28' 2000 5th Wheel 29,4 0 Will deliv- warranty till 2010, 3 ozone, steps, delivery,
sided porch. Near ev- Innsbruck, slide, large er. Cell 302-312-6670 slides nopets nosmok- $2000.813-295-8551
Housekeeping, repairs, Time for anew car? erything. Furnishe.ers, like new, lots of ex- 19' 2003 Century Bay
installation afd more. Choose from variety engagement or $12,000. 813-752-1198 40' 2006 HERITAGE 4 trasW $128500 obo. Also boat, 11SHP Yamaha4
slide outs, washer, dry- avail, tow vehicle, 2004 WE MOVE SPAS stroke e _gine Very low
Turnto Classified's of newvand used cars Thank you for reading anniversary or, air, awning, more. GMC Envoy, price neg. ANY TIME 24/7. hrs. Bimii, ash finder,
AtYour Service for all everdaySin the in Sunday's Your ad herees 6, will delv. In Fla. 2 more weeks. We service any spa 2 bait wells, trailer.
your service needs. Classified section. our Classifieds. BayLife section. 813-259-7500 $28,950obo 813.391.6248, Must sell. 304-279-1238 813-625-0165 $15,000. 813-477-2847












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trailer, marina kept Automobiles
since new. Exc cond. Lease / Rent
$15,500.813-685-6555
LEASE TAKEOVER Two
Cntendr T-Ton months free payments
21 Contender T-Top, totakeover lease or buy
Yamah 2 bait wells out. Original sale $5009
Yamha 2 bt we ll, down. BMW 2005 745LI
GPS, fis finder & more. 14000 miles DK. BLU
$25K. 813-629-5423 (762) 336-7733

23' 1988 Correct Craft (I Auto Engines /
Fish Nautique w/trailer, Parts / Misc. I
new Crusader 330 hp, Ij ars JJ
immaculate $23,500.. .
FL Mark 352-771-8924 BAY Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
23' 2000 Bayliner Cuddy, Auto/ Boat/ RV
5L Mercuiser, Head, 813-926-9994
Stove, Bed/seat area
75 hours Asking TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
$17,000. 813-997-6176 from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
24' Aquasport, 225 Os- 813-610-1535
prey 2001, center con-
sole, low hrs, loaded f(( Automobiles Misc ,1
w/equipmt. .$32,500. I1 ... JJ
813-641-1002 ... CHEVROLET 201).:, Muni
S Carlo, LT w. many e-ir
25' 2002 MAXIMUM, ne Tap rad, i.nlw mlae-
canvas, GPS. F .hf1,indr ;. :'-. C ;:l n
305 I/O, luI ded, i[h; 6 -19.1 813SI ;J .5 I..


$52,500 352-257-1411

26FT. 1994 Regal Leisure
Cat, Mercury 200 HP,-
trailer 2 axle/brks.
$17,500 OBO.
Call 813-545-7984.

27' SEARAY SUNDANCER
1997 twin 200hp I/O, 260
hrs, loaded, stored hi &
dry, no bottompaint,
$33,900 813-417-9969

28'5" Chaparral 27 Signa-
ture 1999 cruiser, sleeps
4, head, galley, full can-
vas, bimini top au
hours clean Mo.-a
must sell $29,500 (941)
685-9374 -

29' SEARAY 21110)
SUNDANCER 7i r. c.
60 Freshwat-r Hr.
Loaded, Exc. Cio.d..
$75,000 734-283.91 I

32' CENTURY, tn..ri 2c.
yamaha, awesc'mi brar.
fully loaded, lto nr"
$48,500/obo.
813-505-4wi26

LARGEST VoluN'n PUn.
toon Dealer in 'j rd
See New Sea Kina Bat6-'
www.donsboatdng :.rr.
813-677-13"?

SEVERAL Storm Dam.
aged & Donat s.
Will Buy & Sell. Call
!.14; ; r2-204-7;9


1.Boat Slips / Storagej}
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd. bhuoL.
RV'. auo. o l t iuCi,.
$40t/mo. Secured Ioc'n
813-684-9171

SLIPS FOR SALE OR
LEASE. Pasadena Yacht
& Country Club.
727-381-7922 xt 12.


SBoat Supplies &,, .
[L Accessories JJ
BATTERIES, Marine Led
Acid, Recondition with
new battery warranty.
Markey Battery Inc.
813-267-7830

BOATLIFT & cradle,'Ahe
finest alum. boatlift &
stainless hardware; 8-
24Klb, prof'l install.
avail. (remote avail.).
Pateco Manufacturer,
Inc. 727-397-8130

MOTOR, 2005 Mercury
150 HP, EFI saltwater,
low hrs, like new $6995.
813-831-4052
813-833-0312

T-TOPS ANODIZED ALUM
W/NEW CANVAS.
CUSTOMIZED to fit ANY
BOAT $800 941-266-0903
www.aqua-shade.com


[1 Sailboats )
14FT Avon rubber
w/25hp Johnson & trail-
er $1,800 OBO Also
14ft Sun Fish sailboat
w/trailer $350 OBO.
863-449-0794 453-0309

17' Sailboat, with sails.
Has minor 4 inch hull
crack. Magic Tilt trailer.
Price $600. 813-310-5063


[[ Boats Wanted )
W A N T E D
SAILBOAT/POWERBOAT
ANY COND. PLEASE
CALL AARON AT: CELL
(954) 336-3760


CHRYSLER 1997 C,:'i:.:..rd
L .J, lullv I .,.a1-_ -':
,llm.nt .:.ndilion. Pr..:td
bS-.lji Jl-u I$ 1''I.
'' .92 .''1,i' ai 6-)0i pm

ft Trailers-Tractors ))
FARMALL Super A Opera-
tional Condition, Some
implements new front
tires. $1975, Call Dan
813-754-2893

( Trucks Light Duty
CHEVY 1996 2500 5.7
vortech v8, A/C, auto,
132k mi. ow. tow pack-
d tlOBO 136.(90.49? 7

CHEVY 2005 S.rra,
Lu hlin Trij.:'.. ij ',:r'
S717. 7h.t m Tru,: i
Ro:t" .-' rI,2.C


CHEVY 2')1) HO LT Cr.w
ca.l,. Irt3 bid durarria .
31i'an. 's.,. linr. bor ,.n
1i 1e n ',,. wil iru'ai-
0 j -L.ii.A 9 1 I.; '79.432'.
DODGE 1995 D.kalw. new
tre 5h,':.J 5:p AC,
.,: .:,,,,,I 1, ,-.1 m ;,
ij,'.Lu O BO, ill.- 5I.
902,l ev-. 39 .0"49 days
DODGE 199S Larndo. ma.
V,. 751-' rr.. IKe nc-v. "
[oi' many ,uplion: i,
Isr. I7500 1 :.rwnr
13 9l,4904

DODGE 2004 Ram 1500
SLT. quad cab. exc.
cond. indd. bl,' pvwr
set'5 21.1" whls, S,rius.
44K i16 250 )i3-291-4669
FORD 1993 F 1I0 Pickup.
6 cyl, aulomiaic run' &
o,2-goid! 132k milei
,2600 F rm.
Call 1, 6 .65533
FORD 1996 Ranger,
$2500. 35K miles, auto,
new motor. White/red,
new tires. 813-642-0216

FORD 2001 F150 75K mi,
Two tone Blue/Gray Lari-
at, Super Crew Pickup,
Auto 2 WD, 8 CyL Load-
ed. $13,400, Super Buy
813-886-9150
FORD 2001 Ranger, 87k
mi, tool box, white, V6,
good cond runs great,
$4800. .
813-681-6346
GMC 1999 SENfOMA.
SLE. rpeg. caD. spd
4,.l, AC CD. 30ipg.
JI') 38 .5.I or.
S).737-3.760
GMC 2000 -"1500- Sierra
SLT, loaded, 65k miles,
excellent condition,
$12,000 obo. Call Bill
727-656-3413.
NISSAN 1992 Pick Up, 47k
orig. mi, good work
truck. New paint &
Brakes! Very clean in &
out. $2299 813-309-2170
TOYOTA 2000 Prerunner,
auto, 4cyl, cold air, fac-
tory alloys, green, tilt,
100K, runs perfect,
$6,500.352-799-4939

(f Trucks Heavy Duty))
CHEVY 2003 SILVERADO
1500 EXT CAB. 37K
miles. $16,500. Pewter
ext/charcoal int. 8
cyl, auto, 2 Wheel Drive.
Fully loaded, excellent
condition, 17" rims.
Call Doug: 727-278-6947.
CHEVY 2005 C6500 Dump
Truck, 10' Bed, Hitch,
Chrome Boards, Bars, &
Roll down Tarp, 1800
miles, Ready for Work,
Must Sell Lists for over
$50K. $38,500 obo
813-464-1128
CHEVY 2005 Silverado LT
Crew Cab w/topper.
Fully loaded, Under 15k
mi. Perfect Condition!
$25,500 813-731-8477


FORD 2000 F350 XL,
CREW, 4WD, 7.3 DIESEL,
TINT, GOOSE, T-BOX,
LIFT 130K, 05-6 SPD
MAN, $18,500 OBO.
(863) 644-2623 OR
CELL 370-2485
GMC 2000 6500 DUMP
TRUCK LOW MILES
$29,000.
813-925-1640

f( 4-Wheel Drive ))
CHEVY 2005 1-TON FLAT-
BED, 4x4 dually, asking
$25,000. Call (863) 868-
7415 or (863) 559-8756
DODGE1993 Ramcharger
4x4 SUV 126k mi, rbit
tranny, 318 fuel inj., Hi-
1o range 2nd owner
exc. mech. cond., good
body, new tires $2750
Must Sell 813-973-1709

Vans )
CHEVY 1994 Conversion
' V.i,;. 'rink. aul[, ]-:,1t.'
* 119.1 .. nil. ,]'l:,..,d ,:',,l,
Ii,.', $2 .i ,:i .,.r be ; .ifl r
i: ,1 1 1. I : ?6 7.'.;;93
CHEVY 1999 EXPRESS
2500 VAN 12 Passenger.
Dual Air Loaded $8,2 0,
Flawless Mech New--:
Tires Very Clean (813)
294-5400 Not A Dealer!
CHRYSLER 2000 LX I. 7e-h
mi., Gold, Ithr t.t-:
quad seats, great
shape, great family car.
$10,900.813-689-7390,.
DODGE 1999 30nn, 11K
mi., good :'n Diu'ili ir.
5 sweater, 3rn.:. i, a'
option. Cust. inside.
$4100. 813-855-5054
DODGE 2m05S Hail.i :-AP
V n, In li. r':' r tl'.''r.
pi:,. r r,am p. l ;, ii'
nill C 0 ) lI lr r',:,r, in
.:rrnal,,n ;.,.J9'|2 I.r',
FORD 1995 ElSi" Car.d
Van. a, t':. to .A pg.
briis. 111 mi. rt a.:dj [Ir
iort n.',,. ,,: '..:rn .
5?(0 Sl:-7')2'?264
FORD 2u.2 E15 Carg.:.
Van i'." mi. lNeo TartR
Goo~d ,.,:,r,,il i,:'r a (A
works q3[a[. $ 1 9'I
81 3-597 56?6
FORD 2;.,.J Wndirar
Ilod.led,. Ithr. 311 p power .
I:O. vf, greai con,.
55Km;le-: 13.00
I13-;7.Ji.5112
HONDA,- 2>): O,'.,.;e'y
E'L DV C9K m'i.. rual
eiidlnu donri. 'varranty.
421..9'q I 813-355.75s s

Ni: -rn 1997 LOuitl.
. white. 1511. n. m roa .
a : 3rrm I rm lirc.an-
$30U0'.01i:i' o
_i3.-21i:'.3421
PLYMOUTH 199" V,:yag.
er, White, E-c cr.nud dl i
sliding drs, tint.d wirnd.,
new wtr.pump & inst.
panel, coldA/C 99K mi.,
$4,250. 813-962-2395

((Sports Utility Vehicles))
BMW X5 2002 Black with
Gray interior, 34K mi.
$27,900
813-355-7588
CHEVY 1989 SUBURBAN.
By ii'ntr 4..4 hsoiul;ll
,n out. 3J5 aut': tran'.
A C:,yn.tg. $2.15'
*I 3. 4.9. 112,
CHEVY 199I Toan.e.
J4w 0.. all ','pt-i:ns. ; ..,:
,.:.:rid Org ,'cWi.:r, a@ u
mainly. 1$.100 ubS' 8i-
47.5E030, 9.29 041:
Wet dl :i994



CHEVY 1999 Tahoe, one.
owner completely load-
ed, M.7L, well main-
tained, garage kept,
$8900.72-946-1048.
CHEVY 2001 TAHOE
$15,000, 75k mi, White,
Leather Interior,
CD/Sat, 20" Chrome
Wheels, Fully Loaded.
(800) 280-6070 ext.112

FORD 2000 EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, Triton V8,
leather, 6-disc CD plyr,
3rd row seat, 98K miles,
$8000obo. 813-478-3611
FORD 2001 Explorer XLT,
Exc. cond., orig owner,
4dr V6 2WD, leather,
sunroof, 107k, $7000
S 813-774-2222 S
FORD 2003 Explorer
Sport, Exc cond,
$10,000 obo
813-695-0036
FORD 2004 Explorer
Eddie Bauer V6, BIk/bge
Ithr, fac wrnty, 1 own,
non-smkr $19,900 OBO.
813-839-5900; 263-6434.
HYUNDAI 2002 Santa Fe,
Exc cond. 1 owner, wht,
62K orig. mi. Ithr new
tires, roof rack. $11,500.
813-545-5019


(@Sports Utility Vehicles))
INFINITI 1997 Q4, 4x4,
gold loaded, great
condition, $8000,
813-920-3126 after 5pm

ISUZU 1993 TROOPER,
cold A/C, 4x4, sunroof,
power everything, excel-
lent shape, runs great,
$2,400. 813-220-8021
JEEP 1997 Grand Chero-
kee, 102K miles, new
transmission & A/C, 1
owner. $3100.
813-855-5054
JEEP 1999 WRANGLER
SPORT 62k mi, Green w/
,Tan Top, 5 Speed, 4 WD,
6 Cy. $9,500, Must Sell
(813).426-2497 -
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
kee V6, 1 owner
sunroof, leather, all
p power, CD, 54k mi,
7m'0 .il:i4;1.--':l':i2
JEEP 2002 Grand Chero-
kee 85K mi Full power,
sunroof cold AC, CD &
cass pl r. VerV nice.
$9,800 813-340-6256
JEEP 2003 WRANGLER X,
6cyl auto 37K, dark
blue/tan, PS, PB, AM/
FM/CD-sound bar, A/C,
full doors, newer tires,
$14,900obo 813.226.8922
LEXUS 2004 P' 3'I 1 .:wn
er,' blue ro ar nt .
chrome wheel:. runnnmg
boards, a-i-r Rind
$33,900, 8137.;- ,-I 199
LEXUS 200' P :311. I1'
fact. warr.. na ijia"n.
DVD, all ..ri.on.'. cm1
-ril ltI:. a w rli,:t .

MAZDA 10.,_' TPIEBuiTt L'.
: ,. : ii t'l i-i run
'.4, '. ir':i..' r,, ,.' l .
1"'0t $i 1. 1 4 1: o7

TOYOTA ]99h64 Runr.,er
e.h m .., ; '7 ),1 ,c.:.,:.
813-300-3056
TOYOTA -i,) l .PRunn,.r,
auto, 4 cyl, 98K mi,
beige, CD all power
i c ,d. 'n : '.':"

TOYOTA :,i:N(' LANDJ
RI.USER 4.iS":' mi. Si-
.t;r. pirt.. .1ilil', Au
t.'.. 4 WI) 8 CI. 3C) .i .:.
Flavlu-.; DVD Nv
l.:,id .l ,J l:,1 915.-9" 4

f Motorcycles
2000 .TM 2(00 E.E Frrh
':ip ernld. ln ,iv e'huu -
irnint h: bail Aslinq
$" 46",,:b.:,' S 1 .24-4 l-956"

CUSHMAN 1957 EACLE,
HFP. 12V litqri'. re-
torend. like rin'. grav,
LOLD[! $.70 '
613.633-8846
HARLEY ]9.9' Hugger II
owner, c:uSorr, paini, ii-
male o:,wned,i.:',wvrELd.
Mint r.nd' 1 0n l;firm.
813 ; 79-050(,
HARLEY 1995S c.Trtail
Cjst.,m red Il 0umi.
$9800 obo
(813) 715-9659

HARLEY 1996 FATBOY
loaded! Chrome. Adult
owned. $11,700
352-567-9954
HARLEY D5avids ,in i(102
F,'[,L Luwrri'mr. FacLI.)r
cust':m ,::1.l:ir mint .
blue, many extras. 2 sets
of pipes, 2 seats, fact ext
warty, less then 9K mi,
adul owned. $14,500
813-649-9827
HARLEY [DAViCiSO 205,
SC'FAiL DEUCE.
1i.,0:0 313-37 iil


HONDA MAGNA "02
BLACiK. 3:131 MILES,
WiNDSCREEN. BACK
PEST. NEW CONDITION,
I1.5ui') 'SI)' ;65.6261

SUZUKI 2014 INTRUI.ICER
S10auL, aindsrield, Co.
bra pipes, saddle bags,,
all exc. cond, 4K miles,
$8,000obo. 813-690-4006
SUZUKI DRZ 250 2002.
$2500 obo. Like new
barely ridden, electric
start. Land 0 Lakes 813-
476-5030, 929-9403



VICTORY 2003 VEGAS,
5,000 mi., Billet wheels,
bags and windshield.
11,500.
Call 863-607-9660
YAMAHA 1980 850 SUPER
BIKE, Midnight Special,
$1,200
727-697-1611


YAMAHA 1994 FZR750,
needs electrical work,
new tires, all or part,
$950 obo. 813-926-4094

YAMAHA 2005 V-STAR
650, Classic Silverado,
extras, like new; must
sell moving. $5,900
OB6. Call 727-251-1786
YAMAHA DIRT BIKES
2003 YZ 250 and 2005 YZ
85 lus a trailer
$5500.or best offer. 813
915-9824 (813) 915-9824


(( Motorcycles ))
WANTED Sport Bikes.
Any year, any cond. We
paycash. Top $$. Will
pick up. Sales/Serv/Part
&Ac. 813-628-4797
THROTTLE FACTORY

[t Golf Carts )}
CLUB Car, highspeed
mtr, 36V, very fast, com-
pletely refurbished,
newer batts $2000'obo.
813-431-8026

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
Yamaha 1992 Electric, 36
v, new tires, good ba
series, with charger
$1050 813-645-6776

GOLF-CART-BATTERIES
Recondition with new
battery warranty.
Markey Battery Inc.
813-267-7830

((Automobiles Wanted))
$$$ CASH $$$
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
SAny Price/AnyTime
CALL ME FIRST!
727-505-3882
S$$ CASH $$$
F..,r Cor i Tru: van.
An price Anv Timrr
(CA L ME FIRST!

CA.:,H F'Al[i f.r C: mi
,vi,,? i i:t';': up'.
511i Ill, bil 5 3 .! '.,15 5
Co ll 'r.m it r ,' 6l1ll' l :.
CASH TODAY'
For Cars. Tru.:r 4. Vans
Riiniln Or N-.i. :
41.' .:'.';9

C i C OUTO SALVAGE
\E Pi", CAPS. TPur, ".
cAllS furuNlti; ,",R
NOT FRtE TOWING
'ALL 813 .ai..92u i

WANTED
JUNK CARS
Running or Not!
.all 77:7 :,1 .i l5

( Classics & Antiques )
BUICK 19l Crand
National Ci. Culone.
MINTl c.r.dhitn' M'ur,-.
Shn.. .:ar i!ilm,,i),
'1 3 924.'U"5
CADILLAC 1 9 4
Fl-trw.:,"ad 8r,':,~iu ai
Fri'.ct '-- rj neutral
Itrr in .. 7 1L V ,'r All
pcr ve-r ( t I'n 63R ni m,
uliw'r, I1ar ,emI ilOk

FORD 19A; T..r, Tru.:k,
Re itrio t o, r'u;I S; l,
Mae ectr.nl offer


FORD 1956 FAIRLANE
Re.ira:irble hird Top. in
good ,rniape. nrt i licrri
ir. $280.i00 obi..
813 Sil1-0125 542.5533
FORD 1959 Cala., 2dc.or
sedon, rd &. iwhle., 353
engine, auto trans, runs
good, looks good.
$8800.813-728-6442 7
FORD 1967 Fairlane Ran-
chero 500 LT Auto V8,
nal. garage .Kept Runs
E $'..'901) 27-433-1544
FORD 19'8 Mustang II,
Fast back, 2 + 2, T-tops,
V6 Auto, silver w/red
int., rare, orig. Only 11K
mi. $8K. 352-683-9188.
Porsche 1974 914, 1.8L 5
spd, restore or Darts.
1ii'lif ,',-., 81 3'liJ ',2i.1

(LAutomobiles for Sale)
ACURA 2062 M.O,' 4D.
1.60 Nw, Mi.,. lO8l
W Ta. L.l91hr, COD,
To'. PkI. $2..ri "
813.l"/77455.
ACURA 2014 TL. A-SPo,. 6
5>.j w na 3ja iiin Bia.:I
. T1 n. I .:n,-r, Fa l.-iorv
Warranty, $28,900 obo,-
Must Se15 941-356-7639
AMC 1982 Concord Wag-
on 79K Mi, 6 Cyl, Auto,
AC, PS & PB, Tilt Ecx
Shape, 20 MPG, $1,300
obo, 813-622-8430
AUDI 1999 A6 Quattro su-
per clean, great condi-
fionloaded? $11,000.
Call 352-588-2694

AUDI 2001 TT TURBO,
Silver, Black Ithr, coupe
5 spd, all options, great
shape 40K mi. $22,000.
Cal1941-223-3535
BMW 1996 328i converti-
ble, auto, low mi., load-
ed, Ithr, CD/MP3, tinted
win alloy rims, 1 own-
er. $9490. 813-215-5738
BMW 1998 328i 5 spd
Club member owned
since new, 109K mi,
100% dealer maint,
silver/blk $10,300 813-
259-1526 813-765-5088
BMW 1999 528i SIvr, Non-
Smoker Auto V6 Lthr,
Sunrf, Pwr Win/Seats,
Looks & Runs Like New!
$12,995obo 813-766-2582
BMW 2000 323ci White
69K, 2dr, Leather, Full
Power, V6, Auto, Exc
cond. $15,800 obo
813-784-5805


((Automobiles for Sale))
BMW 2001325, 44K mi,
Steel Blue 4D, Sedan,
Tan Lthr, Auto CD,
Sunroof $16,750 obo
(813) 254-1166
BMW 2001 Z3 2.5L, 48K
- mi, auto, Ithr metallic
cinnamon red, AC, CD,
4 new tires. 1 owner.
$21.9K obo 813-264-6667
BMW 2003 Z4 3.0i sport;
Loaded! 23k mi, Burgun-
dy Convertible, $29,900,
Low Miles, Flawless
(813) 973-7067
BMW 2004 330ci conver-
tible, black sapphire,
brown leather int.,
sports- pkg, 27,500 mi,
$37,500.:81-766-6680 m
BMW 2005 330CI Conv't,
12K mi. sport pkg, navy
.Sirius radio, upgraded
rims,. many other ops,
asking $44,900 obo
813-651-1455s 335:4724
BUICK 2003 LS 24 000 mi,
Gold, Sedan, Auto., 2
WD $12,500 Luxury
(813) 633-3367

CADILLAC 1997 Catera,
74K mi. white, tan
leather interior, V6,
$4900 813-597-5626

CADILLAC 1994 Cat ra
L:'w mile',P, L arr,..r.
Buse CO Stereo, Custom


CADILLAC 2')' SEViLLE
5LS, WrhiiL D;am.4- :r .n
i,:uh l Ithr, r,,-,:,r rm .
'". 'ii: ta m.ri n ..in i
60',-:- m ,l- ,.
CH EVROLET 1996 Cava-
latr LS aId tin. S -, al
I ,v v riwl-.n, r, i r. e..,
ril: ii. I 3 '.-

CHEVROLET 2'i05 In .,ia.
i'r_ t..1-l l l\ri, i r n-r r -
E -:'-. ,r' L 9Ir .'i
3 12;: Thn-.:.ni:i' al:o a
CHEVY l'4 CORvETTE
LI Ce R, Lrrr Aulr.
loaded, Bose, 43-T rnof
85K mi, $141K aVi" c17-
q924
CHEVY 1996. LL.U NA.
Durgun lt:.in. 14K r mrile.. il00
-)r 0:- t r.ri- "r Call
h1.3 4-1'1t".'9i,
CHEVY 19'. Ca. ,1.-r.
-I.-.') rr ,:C .Ljd AC
S .a : ,r. .- | i: ll:
3I .933.4255 "

CHEVY 2101 BLAZER. 18h
nile I. lt--dlrtr. [,o. CD
plvOr. *:a.sseroe, Jdar.
Lai-, r, 11 )u' :. ill
l :.59.ns 165
CHEVY 200u i;mpal l.
,er. Linr. all pwr. :d.
",rnstr, ,allov w un, r
iarranl[ .i.i, mn i, loo ,I'
a runi great 8l.h obo
ior o:.i:s S 13.8 i. 9 s
CHEVY 2002 Corvette,
,:oinnertable. auto,
CHRtl,. tan leati'er'lan
lup. 'lEads up display.
12 disc changer.
,hreome wheel, unly
1Ek mi. $36.m0 C31al
Mervy ror viering
arit8 313 472.9862




CHEVY 2003 Caoalier LS
Sport, Echotech 2.2
Motor. Yellow w/ground
effects $9,000
CALL 813-671-92i8.
CHEVY 2003 Cavalier LS
Sporlt. [, m;ie. garag
ri,. beaulilul CAfd'
'.iin. mnov;ngrri mut isell.
lS890 0 ;279-.91.!4&
CHEVY 2005 m1.1 31bu
M3a.., 1uimy iload-d.
m17st m. $,I,'900.R.
.S1343.4J5h-
Call anytime.
CHRYSLER 1996 C.',n
':oRrdai 4 r, Aut,:, All
pwr, Great Condition!
O. 50K mi.on motor $3650,
Owner 813-920-0569
CHRYSLER 2002 Con
corde LXI Sedan, only
10K mi, Showroom Con
edition Auto Leather, 6
Cyl. $i3,000 obo Call
today 813-251-3083
CHRYSLER 2005 PT Cruis-
er Estate sale, auto, CD,
15k mi., Keyless Entry.
Excellent cond. $12,500.
813- 633-5745
Chrysler 2005 Hemi 300C,
silver, 18k mi, fully load-
ed, beautiful, moving,
must sell. $32,900. Ride
in style. 813-748-0304
CHYRSLER 1971 Newport
New Rubber, AC, PS, Au-
to, 360 Engine, 18MPG,
Must sell Due to Mov-
ing, $1,300 813-622-8430
CORVETTE 1977 COUPE
350 V8, 43,500 orig mi, T
tops, white w/tan,
$15,900 obo.
813-472-6974 / 997-3761
CORVETTE 2000 COUPE,
Grey, 27,400 mi., Ithr
intr, standard shift 6th
speed, clean car.
$26,500. 727-734-4120
CORVETTE 2004 triple
black convertible, 21K,
non-smoking, 1 owner,
$35K Firm 813-477-7907
bkent5762@aol.com


((Automobiles for Sale))
CORVETTE 2004,
convrtble red/tan, 9K
mi. auto, polished
chrome rims, ext wrnty
trans $37K 813-995-2090
CORVETTE 2005 Coupe 6
spd, black, 0 down, take
over payments. $2000
cash rebate. Like brand
new. 863-258-3910.
DODGE 1996 INTREPID 4
door, auto, excellent
con., garage kept 1
owner, 57K mi. $3,100.
Call 352-666-5231
DODGE 2005Magnum
Hemi RT, dk blue, sat.
radio, mnroof, 6 disc
CD, navigation, dual
pwr, heated seats 9800
Smi, 29.5k 813-294-0960
DODGE 2005 Stratus SXT,
fully loaded alloy
wheels, lue color.
19K mies. $10,900.
CALL 813-748-0080.
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FORD F'o92 Fr.i T.urur'
W;agun, 3.:ais. ISAeba
run-,, ," i I ir,:,lp IS&
1 "-'ii ."t' i 'I)0 9
FORD l9, Pr-r,-. .* jr,,[a
SE, 4 c ,I.. juiC'. e ,.Id
A C. PW, PD' ,. P..ra lurm-.
r.arr. CD Ki, Cir,' i1 S;5
,BC_ 2 95 '
FORD 19 q '.LT E'PLOR.
ER 5 S p e ,- 3, 1- :l I,
new AC, runs great. 44
:ui t 3-886-8850 $2,500

FORD 1999 Mustang
Cobra SVT Conv't. load-
ed, garaged, extra
clean, 49.8Kmi. $14,700,
.727-423-1673
FORD 2002 Focus ZX3 42k
mi, airbag, ABS, AC, PS
tint, AM/FM, good 1st
car. Good condition.
$7200 obo. 727-543-9793
FORD 2007 Txurus SES,
silver, r-ccni irei S
ali.gnm5 n,. tri;ar NS.
$7, 75, .,27.510 )33 t,
FOPD 1'005!'2 FOCuS
HATHeA(: t,. ~In1jd

mns; de. ~., 3-2, 1r:,1,
FORD 2001 Thunri.lErird
r, ,', n i e r [ I IL. I I.. e : 1 [
jnri' er.ar', ij;ion. 101,
mlei. '2' il:., 2 warran-
V cart '. COuver. 29,.S00
0b'O, 941A.9 ,.u5 S-

HONDA 199' Aor id OUilv
$750!' Poli,:E Impounrd.'
For living' Cjll 1-8011
;49' 1 _.dEE.t A
HONDA 19 Accor:rl t\,
qgren anr nhr every .,.p
imn. 5 *,d. V 'T, .: enr.
mi:un r.it. lac CD cingjr
m& us. Mirn. st-1P5.
$540. 727. 433 (.00
HONDA 199SI A:uorda E.
S ,jr,)un 100, Sunror l,
.old AC. CD. Clean.
$590 lirm. Small dent
oun 3de. 81'-943 1251
HONDA 2001 CIVIC LX
60.000 m;. Gr nri S o ,an.
AulO. new br.s' ne L.[fu
OBO emal. I$uani:.i"m,'
gmial com .
HONDA 2005 Civic EX
3400 miles Loaded
Sunroof, Windows &
Doors Auto AM/FM/CD,
$16,500 813-634-1623
INFINITI 1999 Q45T 76K
Pearl white, all options
- SAT Padir. S ;n dash
radio, rlearn .asi' ri
$1 1.400 .1)' 49 .73f'-
INFINITI 1999 130, auto,
Bose sys., sunroof, Ithr,
PD PW, P/seats, side
$699 813-766.2582
INFINITI 20.14 G15 COUPE
S11.8)0 romI..:. av.uto.
" l,,:l.: nan'gait,,n.
mo"nroi'ii, willow


JAGUAR 1986 XJ6, A/C, 4
doors, automatic, runs
and looks .excellent,
must sell first $1,500
cash 727-545-1447
JAGUAR 1998 Vandenplas
XJ8, 86K Mi, Maroon
Tan Int, Sunroof, Load-
ed, $12,500
813-629-0180
JAGUAR 2000 XJ8L, silver,
exc. cond. new battery
&tires $12,000
813-991-0158

JAGUAR 2001 S-Type
Mint, green. 37.5K mi,
sunroof,CD chgr, Ithr
int. Exc cond. $21,500obo
813-908-8503
KIA 1999 Sephia, 78K mi.
AC, CD, new tires,
purple $2295 obo.
813-38B-3444
LEXUS 1992 ES300, Black,
runs excellent sunroof
power everything, must
go, bankruptcy, $3500
obo. Have n ord Expedi-
tion & motorcycle too,
352-397-3875
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classifieds.


((Automobiles for Sale))
LEXUS 1993 GS300, wht,
loaded, 6 CD chgr,
sunrf, cold AC, Ithr,
173K mi, runs good
$4500. 813-477-0785
LEXUS 1994 GS300, .green
exterior, leather interi-
or, allo s, good condi-
tion, $,500 or best of-
fer. 813-382-7714
LEXUS 1997 ES 300 114K
mi Sharp dark grey
weight grey leather int.
Power everything,
Great car! $7650.Lve
msg. (813)672-9408 .
LEXUS 2003 SC430 Road-
ster, 28K miles, warran-
ty, Carfax, nav., NS, new
$67,000, offered at
$43,000. 813-220-5204
LINCOLN 1986 Towncar
New Transmission,
Alternator, Radiator,
Battery & Brakes!
$675 813-239-2281
LINCOLN 1994 TOWN
CAR 74K mi, White New
Tires, Brakes, CD, AC,
Suspension, One Owner,
$4000 OBO (813) 831-
6579
MAZDA 2002 Miata Spe-
cial Edition. Graphite
w/black top, sattle
,brown leather interior,
all options. 23K mi.
$16,000. 863-385-8779.
MERCEDES 1998.230 hard
top cony., immaculate
cond., 65K red & black
int., silver e. ', great
Spice 813-390-;4J3.
MERCEDES 2000 E320 59K
mi, immac, all avail op-
tions, silver, Xenon,
chrome rims, $17,258 obo
813-843-5826
MERCEDES 2003 S600
AMG sport package,
29K mi, keyless go,
phone, navigation, CD,
?actory warranty
AC/heated seats, wood
steering, every option
avail. Pristine cond! The
best of the best! Only
$66,900. 727-647-2177
MERCEDES 2004 SL500
$69,900. 22k mi. mas-
,' l~, 1.'ateror i ar ,:,
r ,: :r 2'? '.31 7 26;
MERCEDES-BENZ L'9t
500 SL AMG Sport.
I II'i) S.i r on ur.,.-r
m., N M. SL.f Whtel:..
Im mI .,ul[t, ,.:,n


MERCEDES-BENZ 2:''. u
.LSi i'",) l.3')0 mn B3Idk.
AMG ,pnrl pciq Prrrm
pc,.-o. A l' s. a fr Sat
If.- r AMG .',ni ,-

MERCEDEZ 01)12 E43.1,
ii',r pi.g. 42K mrrd -..
la .k lw rr-, 'eahe-r
nEwi tires, e, c:,.rnd
0.is ,B13,90.80'2

MERCURY 1993 Cougar
LS V;,. lullv WHYQ~ipp
rujid ar, neiw tirps. i'rigi
nal o wne7r r$24c).
C6i 33 40.8739?
MERCURY 1997 SABLE. 4
Or Auto tran-. A C 6
,.vl. tbeaulioul in Oul. lull
bwr. urntr $.!00
BO. 813 249 1127
MERCURY 2004 Grand
Marquis. 7500 mi, 4 dr.
V.. L d BluE wm w&th-le tp,
Great C:ridu;inor!
I l3.0187) 73 493 466L
MITSUBISHI 1997 Eclipse
Spyder, Convertible.
84r, 5spd, Red,$53o
813-887-3956 or
Cell 813-918-7550
MITSUBISHIA 2 0 0 0
ECLIPSE GS, red,
sunroof, 76K miles,
good condition, $6,995.
813-961-4850
MITSUBISHI 2003 Eclipse
GS, 55K mi., Gray BSlk
Ithr intr, sunroof, load-
ed, new tires, exc. condo
$14,200. 727-420-7888
MITUSBISHI 1997 Eclipse
86K mi, bad trans good
mtr body int- & AC
$1260 obo. 716-983-3505
or 813-684-6583
NISSAN 1996 Sentra GXE
silver, 4DR, AC, CD, new
brake pads, bat & tune-
up 116.5K mi $2500,
Call (813) 598-3052
NISSAN 1998 200SX SE
67K, Black, 2dr Auto,
Power Sunroof, Win
Locks, CD. $5,300 obb
727.460.4772Web#123010



NISSAN 1998 ALTIMA
GXE 4dr, 5spd, all power,
leather, 68k, cd, good
cond $4000/obo. -
813-323-7315
NISSAN 2001 MAXIMA
Well kept, 96K mi, Ext
warr, tint car bra, pearl
white, cloth int. o500
obo. 813.961.2891


NISSAN 2004 ALTIMA
13,500 mi, Black, Sedan,
5 Speed, 2 WD, 4 Cyl.
$16,900, Must See"!
(813) 309-0254
OLDS 1990 Cutlass Ciera,
64K .orig. mi,

$1250 Obo 813-928-8092.


((Automobiles for Sale))
OLDSMOBILE 1998 Re-
gency loaded, alloys,
nice Ithr int. 120k hwy
mi. Runs perfect. $3850.
727-641-3198/577-4585
PONTIAC 1995 Firebird,
one owner, Craiger
wheels, Michelon tires,
upgraded stereo, $4585,
813-967-7323
PONTIAC 1996 Grand Am
Red, V6, 4Dr New Air &
Brakes, 128k Mi, Exc
Cond. $1,950
813-245-4279
PONTIAC 2004 Grand Am
SE, 4 door, V6, auto,
loaded, low miles facto-
ry warranty. $10,900
obo. 813-833-2733.
PORSCHE 1969 912 S73RS
Bod ver very nice,
$7800. St. ete Evenings
727-821-9669

SAAB 2005 Aero Conver-
tible, 3,900 Miles, 5 Spd,
$2K down, Pick-up lease
payments $586/mo.
c. Cond. 813-495-4321
SATURN 1991, 77K origi-
nal miles, asking $1299.
Call 813-334-7265


SATURN 2003 Sport Wag-
on, V-6, chrome wheeFs,
Ithrr, auto, well main'
96k hwy mi, exc cond
$8600. 727-410-4424
SCION 2004 XB Asking
$11,500 obo. Financing
Avail. Low Miles, War-
ranty, Auto 4 cyl Great
gas miles! 813-892-6300
SUBARU 1995 LEGACY
106k mi, Green, Wagon,
Auto. AWD,4 Cyl. pwr
win/Iks, Micelon tires,
cold A/C, tilt cruise,
non-smoker, $5,700 obo,
(813) 681-1785
SUBARU 1998 OUTBACK
LEGACY 116K mi Green
Wagon Auto AWD 4
Cl. Kelly B0u Book hRet
$8000 One owner, no ac-
cidents. $4995 OBO.
813-545-1774
TOYOTA 1988 Supra
Turbo. 105K auto, runs
..,-I -." inrn., new parts,
Targa; too. aood body.
$i,-',)ob,:,. "n-ri,,.u: ,nqur
r,. .ni 13 65 1-96.i"
TOYOTA lqw Avli.o.n
inerior, ,:ar in .-,:
.:.:!n lOK. 1 ,39 5

TOYOTA I.-0 Camry LE
v-rj,. i, 1 ,4 r.yl. C,:li
4a;r. N ti lue-.. 1 l061
Bluegr, SI $52"0

TOYOTA 1999 S,:,l.r.ia SLE
V6 Loaaded, All ,pit:,rri
l4m ;. ksoii r;,r

TOYOTA 200u Av -31lin
LS, V0. E-: .:c.nd. I .:.wn-
r3 ; m i premium
Iu urv pkgr in':l. Ilhr pwr
sea. ABS. JBL snd v.vs.
i'rm. sid-air bags, oor
geou. pih t arl pan3ii.
W7,0,' P 813S 907.7925
TOYOTA 2003 Corolla LE,
4dr, auto, 56K mi. whil-.
power, cruise control,
cass/CD looks clean.
$6900.727-239-6847
VOLVO 1990 ,4AC GLE.
tine, cold AC. leather,
ood trans. needs2some
TLC. Can email : pics.
$1000. 813-231-5879.
VOLVO 1995 940, 119k mi,
looks & runs great, lots
new, cold AC, sunroof,
wr everything, $3,995.
813-661-3973
VOLVO 2001 C-70 COUPE
Rare Titanium Ed. Leath-
er,premium sound sys,
peNrormance tires. $20K
813-495-0440 Web
#107013

SxBuy

VW 2000 PASSAT 51,600
mi, V6, titronic, AWD,
Ithr, CD, new tires ga-
rage kept, very clean.
$12,995. 813-251-8458
VW 2001 1/2 Passat,
NEW MTR, white, turbo,
sunrf, alloys, keyless,
77K body mi,good cond.
$8,900. 813-963-2470

VW 2001 JETTA, All avail.
options! Power every-
thing, tint, transferable
ext warr. 70,000 mi, Sil-
ver, Sedan, 5 Speed 2
WD, 6 Cyl. $11,900 obo
813-368-3475
VW 2001 Jetta GLS, 60K
miles, Loaded, leather
moonroof, auto, Full
power 4cyl $9500 obo.

VW 2002 Beetle GLS, dir
svc'd, ext. warr, rare col-
or Luna, auto, moon
roof CD alloys 45K mi.
$12,900.727-455-6128
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Now is a great time to
turn your unwanted items
into cash. One call to our
Classified department
exposes your ad to the
entire community. .We'll
even help you get started
with a handy Garage Sale
Kit, full ofhelpfulhints
and pricing stickers for
yeu to use in your sale.
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