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in the
NEWS


MEMORIAL

Friends and family
plan memorial for
Plant City High
graduate killed in
Afghanistan.
PAGE B

TENNIS CENTER

Ribbon-cutting cer-
emony set for April
I at new Plant City
Tennis Center.
PAGE I

FREE FESTIVAL
Children's Fun
Festival, a free arts
and crafts event,
expected to draw
morethan 1,000
youngsters.
PAGE 4

PASTOR PROFIlE


Park Road Development Considered


COMMISSION APPROVES
PRIVATE AIRSTRIP
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The Plant City Commission is
considering a proposal to allow
more development along Park
Road.
Park Square Townhomes
wants to create a mixed-use
development on 17.87 acres bet-
ween North Park Road and North


Maryland Avenue. The develop-
ment would include 180' -town
home lots and 1.25 acres of
commercial development.
The commission revieweddt
project at its March 27 meeting
and voted 3-2 to delay any deci-
sion on development and invite
more public comment on the
proposal at its April 10 meeting.
City staff, which has worked
with the project petitioner, Dave
Bartz, Hills & Associates, recom-
mended the land be rezoned
from commercial and single fam-


ily residential to a community
unit zoning that would allow the
'town home development.
Commissioner- John Dicks,
Rick Lott and Mary Yvette
Thom'as Mathis voted to con-
tinue the public hearing and
allow staff more time to
determine the total impact of the
project.
"I cannot sign off on the pro-
posed rezoning and declare that
it will not adversely affect the
public health, safety, welfare and
quality of life, as is stated in the


proposed ordinance," said Dicks.
The proposed ordinance, as
written, also states "the rezoning
will not substantially or perma-
nently depreciate the value of
surrounding property, create a
nuisance,. or deprive adjoining
properties of adequate light and
air."
Lott said he was looking for a
more comprehensive assessment
of the expected development in
the area on North Park Road

See DEVELOPMENT, Page 21


Meet the Rev. Dean
R. Pfeffer of Hope
Lutheran Church, the
latest in our "In the
Spirit" series.
PACE 1B


INDEX

POLICE LOG
PACE I

CALENDAR
PACE S

FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8

OBITUARIES
PAGE 11

CROSSWORD
PAGE IS






Amazing April
Check out the
entertainment lineup
showering the Bay area
this month, including
"Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat"
Tomorrow in
The Tampa Tribune
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Uniformed officers from the Plant City Police Department and the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office work traffic and security in and outside
the festival grounds. PCPD's Lt. Jerry Stwan, right, and sheriff's Deputy Ed Raburn coordinated the effort.



Officials To Review Strawberry Festival Fare


ATTENDANCE DOWN, BUT
OFFICIALS STILL PLEASED
WITH 2006 EFFORT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
and KEVIN BRADY
The Courier
A number of factors beyond
their control played into a lower.
attendance at this year's Florida
Strawberry Festival, say officials,
but they still plan a review of the
entertainment schedule with a
view to boosting the gate next
year.
Johnny Dean Page, the presi-
dent of the 2006 festival, said he
and the festival staff are already
in the process of planning next
year's event.
"The number of people attend-
ing the festival is nothing more
than an estimate," Page said. "We
don't have any real turnstile
numbers and the gate receipts
haven't been finalized. I made a


call at about 550,000 (for this
year's festival), but that could be
a little low. Last year's estimate
on attendance (700,000 accord-
ing to festival officials) could
have been a little high. By sheer
attendance it's really hard to tell.
Our youth exhibits and participa-
tion was better than ever."
This year's festival attendance
did not suffer from the weather.
Each day, from March 2-12, was
bright and clear. In 2005, there
was one unseasonably cold night,
on a weekend, and three days
with light rain or the threat of
rain. "You have to remember that
the competition for the enter-
tainment dollar is fierce in this
part of Florida," Page said. "I
think we did a good job of offer-
ing good family entertainment to
the people."
That was echoed by Patsy
Brooks, the general manager of
the festival.
"There's real competition in
the area. For example, places like


Cypress Gardens and Busch Gar-
dens are now having a lot of
country music."
Last year's festival had four
concerts sold out before the festi-
val started. This year only one
concert Willie Nelson sold out
before the gates opened.
Brooks also pointed to FCAT
testing that was going on at local
schools during the festival, March
2-12, as another factor.
"Attendance was light on the
opening days when there was
testing going on," said Brooks,
who added the Central Florida
Fair in Orlando moved its run
dates to April because of the
tests.
Also this year, the Christian
artists, which were very popular
the previous year, did not draw as
well, Brooks said.
"I am sure our board will look
at everything for next year, like is
there anything we can do differ-
ently or maybe is there a different
type of act we can bring in. But all


in all it was a great fair," said
Brooks, who has been working
with the festival for 30 years. "It
was certainly one of smoothest I
have been involved in."
Plant City Police Department
and the Hillsborough County
Sheriffs Office employees who
worked the festival didn't think
the crowds were much lighter
than last year.
"Attendance was good," said
Plant City Lt. Jerry Stwan, the
supervisor of outside festival
security and traffic.
Presently the festival officials
use a formula endorsed by a
national fair association to
determine crowd estimates.
"Perhaps one day we will go to
a true turnstile count," Page said.
"Then there will be no doubt."
Revenues are the real bottom
line on how successful the festi-
val was, said Page.
"But it is still our goal to pres-
ent good, family entertainment.
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NEWS DIGEST

Little Miss Plant City contest
The 37th annual Little Miss
Plant City contest is set for
April 1 at 6 p.m. at Tomlin
Middle School, 501 N. Wood-
row Wilson St. Doors open at
5:15 p.m. and tickets are $8
each. The event is hosted by
Plant City Junior Women's
club.
Little Miss Plant City and
her court represent the club at
community events through-
out the year. Call: Kathie Pag-
liaro, 967-3292.

Deadline near
for steer show applications
Applications to participate
in the 2007 Florida Strawberry
Festival Steer Show and Sale
are available in the office of
the agribusiness education
supervisor for Hillsborough
County Schools, the agribusi-
ness departments of
individual Hillsborough
County high schools, or the
Hillsborough County Exten-
sion Service office, 5339
County Road 579 in Seffner.
The deadline for submitting
the applications is April 13, if
hand delivering, or post-
marked by April 15, if mailed.
Applicants must be active
in a Hillsborough County FFA
chapter or 4-H club and will
be expected to maintain
membership in either
organization in 2006-07.
Applicants must be Hills-
borough County residents,
who- will be-enrolled in high
school during the 2006-07
school year and agree to abide
by the rules as stated in the
application and official rules.
A $50 entry fee is required.
Completed applications
must be submitted to the
office of the agribusiness
education supervisor for
Hillsborough County Schools,
703 N. Thomas St., Plant City,
FL 33566.
Call: 744-5519.

'Preparing Latinos
for College' event
A panel from the Hispanic
Scholarship Fund will provide
information on navigating the
college and financial aid pro-
cesses March 30 from 6:30 to
8:30 p.m. at Leto High School,
4409 W. Sligh Ave.
Another meeting will take
place April 22 from 9 a.m. to 3:
30 p.m. at Hillsborough Com-
munity College's Brandon
campus, 10414 E. Columbus
Drive. The panel will discuss
the importance of preparing
for the SAT, selecting the right
college or university; writing
personal statements,
researching financial aid and
scholarships, -as well as the
various educational and com-
munity resources available to
students.
Information: Maritza Ortiz
Licameli, (770) 992-4259.

Special Olympics seeks
volunteers
Special Olympics Florida
needs volunteers for the 2006
Special Olympics Florida State
Summer Games, April 28-29
at the University of South
Florida, Tampa.
About 1,400 volunteers will
be needed to host the two-day
event; which is expected to
draw more than 3,000 ath-
letes, coaches and family
members. Information: 1-
800-322-HERO (4376) or visit.
www.sofl.org.


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Plant City Recreation & Parks Department
City tennis supervisor Shance Johnson works with young people at a January "tennis in the park"
event at courts on Dort Street.



Tennis Center Set To Open


RIBBON CUTTING

APRIL 1
By KEVIN BRADY
kbrady@mediageneral.com
A ribbon-cutting ceremony
for the $1.1 million Plant City
Tennis Center is set for April 1
at 5 p.m.
The ceremony will be fol-
lowed by a couple of exhibi-
tion matches.
The tennis center, which
features four Hydro-Grid
system clay soft courts as well
as four cushioned hard courts,
was scheduled to open in early
2005 but construction prob-
lems pushed back the open-
ing.
The four clay courts at the
center, at 120 N. Wilder Road,
are now complete. Windy
weather last week delayed sur-
facing work on the hard
courts, but those should by
open within a week, said Jack
Holland, director of Recrea-
tion & Parks.
The center's administration
building also includes an
observation deck allowing
patrons to watch matches
from an elevated perspective.
Racquet stringing and other
items will also be available
from the pro shop in the admi-
nistration building.
Tennis supervisor Shane


Johnson said he is "humbled
and blessed to have this
chance to be involved with the
city on such a project. I look
forward to developing the
tennis center."'
Johnson will coordinate
activities at the center, includ-
ing league play, tournaments,
youth and adult instructional
programs along with reserved
time play. Activities will start
at the new facility in April.
The center will be staffed
Monday through Friday from
8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturdays
from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and
Sunday from noon to 6 p.m.
Reservations are required to
use the courts.
Fees to use the clay courts
will range from an hourly fee
of $7 per person, per hour ($8
after 6 p.m.) to league, single
and family memberships.
Memberships will include
unlimited court time as well as
priority court reservation.
Reservations for use of the
hard courts will be available at
no charge.
"The center is a magnificent
facility that will allow our
department to expand into an
area that we have not been
able to provide in the past,"
said Holland.
"Shane has a lot of program
ideas that our area residents
will enjoy."
The tennis center is the first


step of the overall develop-
ment of Ellis-Methvin Park,
which will provide added
playing space to alleviate the
already over-used playing
fields at Mike Sansone Park
and the Otis M. Andrews
Sports Complex, said city offi-
cials. Future plans call for
:Ellis-Methvin Park to be devel-
oped to include multi-purpose
football/soccer fields as well
as baseball/softball fields,
trails, picnic areas and park-
ing.
"Looking ahead to the
future, we need this space to
meet the needs of our contin-
ued growth," Holland said,
who pointed to the city's
youth soccer program which
grew by more than 10 percent
this spring. Last year, the
soccer program drew 1,360
players on 108 teams. There
are more than 1,500 players on
122 teams this year.
"Tennis is just one aspect
driving the need for more rec-
reation areas. The youth and
adult recreational pro-
gramming needs of the com-
munity are requiring more
and more space at all levels to
keep up with the area's
growth," Holland said.
For information about
tennis center programs, con-
tact Johnson at sjohnson-
@plantcitygov.com or call the
center at 707-7485.


EVENT BENEFITS

FAMILY LEARNING

CENTER
The 19th annual Rainbow
Ball, presented by Sunshine
State Federal Savings and
Loan, is planned for April 8
from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m. at the
Red Rose Ballroom at the
Ramada Inn Plantation


House in Plant City.
The event benefits the
Rainbow Family Learning
Program. a therapeutic center
of the Child Abuse Council
for at-risk and abused clil-
dren and their families.
The evening kicks off with
wine tasting at 6:30.
Professional ballroom
dancers will also entertain
and offer instruction during
the evening.


Dinner will be served at 8
followed by dancing, a silent
and live auction, cigar bar
and 50/50 cash prize draw-
ing.
Di Lott and Mary Heysek
are the event co-chairs.
Last year's Rainbow Ball
raised more than $80,000 for
the center.
Tickets are $125. Call:
Andrea Harding, 673-4646,
Ext. 225.


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POLICE LOG

The following incidents in
Plant City were reported to the
Plant City Police Department
between March 12-19.

March 12
Vehicle burglary, 4:10 a.m.,
200 block of Park Springs
Circle
Criminal mischief, 6 p.m.,
1100 block of Goldfinch Drive
Battery, 8:30 p.m., Baker
and Lemon streets
Aggravated assault with
deadly weapon, 10:11 p.m.,
1200 block of South Gibbs
Street
Aggravated assault with
deadly weapon, 10:11 p.m.,
South Renfro and Hunter
streets

March 13
Grand theft, 5:21 p.m., 2800
block of James L. Redman
Parkway
Criminal mischief, 6 p.m.,
1200 block of Nosleda Street
Criminal mischief, 6:18
p.m., 600 block of North
Thomas Street
Battery, 9:49 p.m., 2300
block of James L. Redman
Parkway

March 14
Vehicle theft, 2 a.m., Ritter
and North Wheeler streets
Criminal mischief, 3 p.m.,
1700 block of James L. Redman
Parkway.
Retail theft, 3:54 p.m., 2100
block of James L. Redman
Parkway
Vehicle burglary, 7 p.m.,
3100 block of Sammonds
Road
Retail theft, 8:50 p.m., 2600
block of James L. Redman
Parkway
Trespassing, 9:48 p.m., 600
block of North Maryland
Avenue
Vehicle burglary, 10 p.m.,
2200 block of Thonotosassa
Road
Carjacking, 11 p.m., East
Alsobrook Street and Coronet
Road

March 15
Vehicle burglary, 1:30 a.m.,
1400 block of Plantation
Circle
Criminal mischief, 7 a.m.,
600 block of South Frontage
Road
Criminal mischief, 5:30
p.m., 3100 block of Sammonds
Road
Grand theft, 7 p.m., 2000
block of Clubhouse Drive
Vandalism and graffiti, 8:57
p.m., 100 block of Henry
Street

March 16
Driving under the influence,
12:30 a.m., 2000 block of
James L. Redman Parkway
Vehicle theft, 2 a.m., 500
block of West Ball Street
Grand theft, 4:30 a.m., 400
block of West Devane Street
Residential burglary, 8 a.m.,
400 block of Abigail Road
Retail theft, 1:40 p.m., 2100
block of James L. Redman
Parkway
Battery, 8:21 p.m., 2800
block of Wilder Park Drive

March 17.
Drug paraphernalia, 1:27
a.m.,, 600 block of West Ball
Street : ,, ,
. Criminal mischief,; 8:05
a.m., Renfro and Laura streets
Aggravated battery, 8:20
a.m., 600 block of South
Frontage Road
See LOG, Page 22


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24th Annual Children's Fun Festival On Tap


FREE EVENT SET FOR APRIL 1

Staff Report
The old adage about free lunches
may apply most of the time, but the
upcoming 24th annual Children's Fun
Festival appears to be an exception to
the rule.
Set for April 1 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
the event features free food and drinks
and promises to keep youngsters and
their families entertained, organizers
said. They expect more than 1,000 chil-
dren for the event, which is designed
for preschool and elementary school
children.
"It's an arts and crafts fair for chil-


dren," said Sharon Everidge, co-chair-
woman of the event.
The event is sponsored by the Arts
Council of Plant City, Junior Art League
and Ms. Cherie Art & Frame and will be
at Hillsborough Community College's
Plant City campus, 1206 N. Park Road.
It will include face painting, balloon
artistry and a Hop Stop Moonwalk,
with Plant City Entertainment provid-
ing temporary tattoos.
Among the groups signed up for the
event are the Plant City Police Depart-
ment, Plant City Fire Department,
Knights Elementary School, Bruton
Memorial Library, South Florida Bapt-
ist Hospital, Bits and Pieces Puppet
Theatre and Bay Flight.


The festival will also feature per-
formances by the Central Florida Dog
& Disc Club at 11 a.m., Jackie's Dance
Theatre Clogging & Gym at 11:30 a.m.,
Sunrise Tae Kwon Do at 12:30 p.m. and
Shirley's Dance Studio at 1 p.m.
The Hillsborough County Sheriff's
Office "talking car" will also be on
hand.
"It's a great day to watch all the kids
playing and making things with their
hands creating treasures that they
can take home with them," said
Marsha Passmore, co-chairwoman of
the event. She has been involved in the
festival since its inception.
Passmore has been a board member
of the Arts Council of Plant City for 18


years. The group is a co-sponsor of the
festival.
The festival grew out of a desire to
have an event that was open to all chil-
dren in the city, Passmore said. "We
wanted to do this to give the kids of
Plant City a day that was theirs. It's the
type of event that cuts across all social
and economic boundaries."
A spring art show will run in con-
junction with the festival for the first
time. The show, in the HCC audito-
rium, will run April i from noon to 6
p.m. and April 2 from 1 to 5:30 p.m.
For information on the art show, call
719-6887.
For information on the festival, call
752-1683.


Bruton Memorial Celebrates National Library Week


FREE PROGRAMS ALL MONTH
Staff Report
The Bruton Memorial Library plans
a "Make Your Own Ice Cream Sundae"
reception April 2 from 2 to 4 p.m. to
kick off a monthlong celebration of
National Library Week.
"National Library Week is April 2-8,
but we're going to be celebrating all
month long," said Anne Haywood,
library director. "April will be the per-
fect time to come in and see how we
can help you change your world.
Whether you're looking to make a
small change in your life or a big
change in the world, the Bruton


Memorial Library has the books and
magazines, databases and free Internet
access that can help you get it done."
Among the events the library is host-
ing are a Berry Patch Quilters Quilt
Show and National Poetry Month dis-
plays.
Also on tap are:
April 3-14: AARP tax preparation
assistance. Monday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.;
Tuesday through Thursday, 2 to 6 p.m.
and Friday, noon to 4 p.m.
April 4, 11 a.m.: book discussion on
"The Da Vinci Code." Copies are avail-
able at the checkout desk. Adult event.
April 8, noon to 4 p.m.: Kaplan SAT
test practice.
*April 10, 7 p.m.; vegetable garden-


ing. Master gardener program. All
ages.
*April 11, 7 p.m.: Taoist tai chi dem-
onstration, co-sponsored by the Taoist
Tai Chi Society, Brandon branch. All
ages.
April 14, 10 a.m.: Taoist tai chi
demonstration. All ages.
*April 18, 7 p.m.: "The Story of the
Titanic Down Through the Ages" with
Michael Tennaro. Adult program.
o April 22, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.: Quilting
demonstration day with the Berry
Patch Quilters. All ages.
*April 25, 10, 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.:
"Eugene the Brave" puppet show, tick-
ets or group reservations required.
Children ages 3 to 12.


April 27, 7 p.m.: "Your Insurance
Questions Answered."
*April 29, 2 to 4 p.m.: El Dia de los
Ninos, El Dia de los Libros, a bilingual
celebration of books, families and
reading.
The library is also running adult
introductory computer classes and
children's storytime events through-
out the month.
For more information about the
programs in April and National Library
Week, visit the library at 302 McLen-
don St., call 757-9215 or see the
library's Web site at www.hcplc.org.
All programs are free.


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TODAY
Kindergarten roundup
Jackson Elementary School, 502 E. Gil-
christ St., plans a kindergarten roundup
March 30 from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Birth certif-
icate, immunization records, a recent
physical (within a year) and proof of resi-
dency are needed for registration. Call: 272-
4055.

Baby Time
A Baby Time children's program for
infants up to 14 months and their caretak-
ers will be presented Thursdays at 10 a.m.
throughout March at 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 schedule:
Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays: Des-
tiny.
April 29: Tommy Mara and the Crests.
May 6: The Mystics.
Call: 752-3141.


FRIDAY
'Cheaper by the Dozen'
The Children's Theater will stage
"Cheaper by the Dozen" at 7 p.m. March 31
and 2 p.m. April 1 at the 1914 High School,
605 N. Collins St. Tickets are $8 for adults
and $6 for seniors and children under 12.
Call: 717-9575.


SATURDAY
Children's 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. at
HCC's'Plant City campus on North Park
Road. Activities are planned for preschool
and elementary-school age children. All
activities are free, and children must be
accompanied by an adult. Call: Marsha
Passmore, 754-2301.

Burnett Middle School bazaar
The Burnett Middle School PTSA will
sponsor the school's inaugural Burnett
Bazaar April 1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
school, 1010 N. Kingsway Road, Seffner.
The bazaar will feature crafts, collectibles,
refreshments, games and free fingerprint-
ing. Information: Leslie Leibfreid, 684-5201,
or leave a message at the school, 744-6745.

Benefit dinner planned
An "International Dinner" is planned
April 1 at 5:30 p.m. at St. Clement Catholic
Church's Cronin Hall, 1104 N. Alexander St.
Proceeds will help sponsor a child going to
Mexico on a retreat this summer. Tickets:
$5 in advance; $6 at the door. Call: Carol
Rodriguez, 757 6234.

Church dinner
First United Methodist Church, 13957
Methodist Church Road in Dover, plans a
church dinner from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. April
1. The menu includes roast beef or ham
with rolls and dessert. Adults: $6.50, chil-
dren, $2.50. Call: 659-1415.

Relay for Life yard sale
The Relay for Life team at Wilson Ele-
mentary School, 702 English St., plans a
yard sale April 1 from 8 a.m. to noon. All
proceeds go to the American Cancer Soci-
ety. Call: 757-9307.

Gospel sing
A gospel sing with the Yoehman Singers
and Spiritual Servants is set for 7 p.m. April
1 at Church of God of Prophecy, 11607 Gro-
vewood Road. Refreshments will be served
and a love offering will be taken. Call: 752-
2778.

'Golf: The Musical'
The Off-Broadwayhit "Golf: The Musical"
will come to the stage April 1 at 8 p.m. at
Polk Theater, 121 S. Florida Ave. in Lake-
land. Described as a round in 18 songs, the
musical celebrates the fun, frustration and


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CLUB CLIPS

Plant City Bar
Association
The Plant City Bar Associa-
tion meets the first Friday of
the month at noon at the
Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler
St. The group does not meet
for lunch in August or Decem-
ber, but holds a December
holiday party.
.Call: 866-1610, Ext. 4127.

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

Bereaved parents group
A bereaved parents group
meets the fourth Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. at South
Florida Baptist Hospital's
community conference room,
301 N. Alexander St.
Call: 754-4444.

Diabetes support group
A diabetes support group
meets the first Tuesday of
each month from 5 to 6 p.m.
at South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Call: 754-4444.

Epilepsy support group
An epilepsy support group
meets the second Tuesday of
each month from 10 to 11 a.m.
in the South Florida Baptist
Hospital conference room,
301 N. Alexander St. Call: 754-
4444.

Civil War unit
Step into the ranks of his-
tory as a Southern cannoneer
and join the Milton Light
Artillery, Co. A. Milton is a
Civil War re-enacting unit
based on an actual 1860s Flor-
ida battery. Milton re-enacts
more than 15 battles a year
and includes civilian and nurs-
ing impressions. E-mail info-
@miltonartillery.com or visit
www.miltonartillery.com.

Square-dancing lessons
Square dances and square
dancing lessons are held on a
regular basis at Strawberry
Square, 4401 Boot Bay Road.
Information: 752 0491 or
www.floridadanceweb.com/
strawberry.

Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
meets the second Thursday of
the month at the Ramada Inn
at 6:30 p.m., 2011 N. Wheeler
St. Dinner buffet is $15. Call:
Linda McDonald, 757-0772.

Plant City High
Class of 1960
The Plant City High School
Class of 1960 meets the
second Friday of each month
at 9 a.m. at BuddyFreddys,
1101 Goldfinch Drive. Call:
Warren Wilson, 685-9401.

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


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0 P IN 1 ON


The Meaning Of Free Speech


T he flap over a Colorado high-school J .gr :.:I,-,.
teacher illustrates two faults in American society
today. One: Talkl:. a; i.iand -.' television have
taken on the role of rabble-rousers who routinely
incite the mobs over any trivial matter. Two: People
-.i. obviously -Ihe .'? in word magic.


The teacher, Jay Bennish,
said in a lecture in his geogra-
phy course that there were
some similarities between
President Bush's last State of
the Union speech and speeches
Adolf Hitler used to make.
First off, let's deal with word
magic. Whether the statement
is true or false, it is an opinion
- one of millions of opinions
floating around the United
States. The old childhood
nursery rhyme "Sticks and
stones may break my bones,
but words will never hurt me"
applies to opinions as well as to
epithets.
Those raising the hoopla
must think high-school
students are malleable idiots
who automatically accept
anything a teacher tells them.
Anybody who has ever been a
student or a teacher knows
that's a load of baloney. I
suspect many of the students
are no more interested in the
teacher's political opinions
than in his geography lectures.
Often, students love to get the
teacher sidetracked on some
subject other than the one they


CHARLEY

Columnist


have to study.
At any rate, to believe that a
teacher criticizing the presi-
dent and his policies does
harm, you have to believe that
the students are mindless
morons, and they obviously are
not. By the way, I was just on a
tour boat at a Florida attraction
and the boat captain criticized
President Bush for selling off
slices of the national forests.
The people in the boat
applauded.
When the Founding Fathers


wrote the First Amendment, it
was not their intention to
protect politically correct
speech. It is exactly the pur-
pose of the First Amendment to
protect unpopular speech.
Read John Stuart Mill's essay
"On Liberty." The value of
freedom is the diversity of
opinions and thoughts it
encourages. It's that old saying,
"Which would you prefer, a
hundred minds working to
solve a problem, or just one?"
People opposed to free
speech are devious. "Oh, I
believe in free speech, but not
for teachers," they will say. "I
-believe in free speech but not
hate speech," which is speech
that's critical of individuals,
groups or nations they favor.
Free speech is like virginity --
you either have it or you don't.
Speech that seeks to limit
unpopular, even obnoxious,
opinions is anything but free.
As for the rabble-rousers on
radio and television, they have
become the enemies of intelli-
gent discussion of any issue.
These characters are dema-
gogues, always looking for raw
meat to throw to their little
band of followers. More than
half the time, they get their
facts wrong.
These radio and TV charac-
ters, too, are entitled to free
speech, just like Nazis, white
supremacists, black racists and
any other unsavory elements


you can think of, but of course
no one has to listen to them. As
with any extremist, they might
even occasionally get some-
thing right.
Americans need to learn to
relax and enioy liberty. Words
are just sounds and symbols,
and have no magical powers.
The best way to learn to think
critically is to listen to and read
people you don'- agree with.
When you hear or read an
opinion, you must assess it and
evaluate it, and decide for
yourself whether you agree or
disagree. This is a healthy
process.
You want teachers who are
passionate, even if you disagree
with what they are passionate
about. The worst teachers are
the dullards who put you to
sleep.
As for similarities between
Bush's and Hitler's speeches,
there are some. If you read
Hitler's prewar speeches, he
was always talking about
peace, making appeals to
patriotism and setting up
scapegoats. Bush does exactly
the same thing. The Colorado
teacher, by the way, made it
clear that there is no moral
similarity between Bush and
Hitler; he was talking strictly
about political speeches.

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


My Unqualified Views Regarding The Economy


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and inexact world of economics. In Of course the reason family afloat is fresh cash stuffed in the
E NEWMAN I ing the murky and ixact world of economics. In artisans in middle America aren't front end by people convinced
Reporter the spirit of journalistic integrity, now would be a in business anymore is we believe that material goods will answer
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Math was one of mv downfalls
in school. I say "one of" because
there was evidently some fairly
lively debate in the staff lounge
back in ninth grade between
Messrs. Nichols, Thomas and
Pryor concerning who had the
most frustrating job.
I got off to a poor start in
math because the British
monetary system was so
whacky. There were 12 pence
in a shilling and 20 :hiNir-.g; in
a pound. That makes 240
pence. Most large ticket iteras
were quoted in guineas, each of
which equaled 21 shillings.
The coins were cumbersome.
Farthing, ha'penny, penny,
threepenny bit, sixpence;
shilling, florin, and half-crown.
Their respective values inr
pence equaled V4, 1, 3, 6, 12,
24 and 30.
. A great though cumbersome
cultural treasure was lost when
British currency converted,
which was in 1971, and we had
100 pennies just like everyone
else. But lord knows what the
calculator manufacturers
would have done with sums
such as 252 pence in a guinea
or 960 farthings in a pound.
Most of the questions I
fielded addressed the emerging


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DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


world economy. People
they don't want to lose
India. They don't want.
America being :u-ned b
Middle Eastern shipping
companies or French v
capitalists. And they do
some revolution in a Th
World country to affect
price of a commodity ti
always believed had be
manufactured by family
artisans in middle Ame
Others complain abo
immigration, especially
undocumented worker
crossing our borders to
jobs the American labo


Would we rather pay higher
f prices and keep more Ameri-
\ cans employed? Is the high
I standard of living we enjoy a
fundamental right? So long as
we keep feeding the beast (the
economy) do we really care
about living wages elsewhere?
So we want documented
farmworkers? Would we be
happy paying $4 a head for
lettuce? How about tomatoes at
$2 each? What would we think if
the market demanded, say, $25
or more for a flat of strawberries?
We live in a world that is
shrinking by the minute. A
revolution in communications
and our ability to ship products
say thousands of miles in a matter
jobs to of hours has essentially
parts of mandated a world economy.
'Y The problems that have
Lg emerged are largely in my
enture opinion a result of our
n't want tendency to leverage condi-
Uird tions.to maximize personal
the gain rather than to ensure a
hey climate that facilitates prosper-
en ity for all..
y. Greed is a noxious malady.
rica. There is a sense in which our
iut economy operates like a
gigantic Ponzi scheme. The
s people who invented the scam
work keep looting boatloads of
r force money from the bank, and the


revaluation. The engine of greed
is supported by our attraction -
like magpies to pretty things.
If we re-educate ourselves to
value real substance like
family, relationships, freedom,
healthy living and education -
then we would not need to
waste our resources producing
and selling widgets we only
believe we need because we
have been hoodwinked.
,No, soi no r-,;lg you don't
need," the commercial cun-
ningly seduces, "just something
you haven't considered before."
T recently turned 50. Fifty is
the traditional biblical "year of
jubilee." "Consecrate the
fiftieth year and proclaim
liberty throughout the land to
all its inhabitants. It shall be a
jubilee for you." Leviticus 25:10
I truly pray this birthday will
signal the beginning of a new
kind of liberty throughout the
land, that we will be less depend-
ant on things and more com-
mitted to the fullness of a life with
its values properly ordered.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can view his
work at derekmaul.com or
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Hometown Hero Back From Iraq


The folks at Big Lots have a
lot of big news about a former
employee. Shane Robinson
just keeps going up in the
ranks.
The one-time stock boy and
assistant manager here in
Plant City joined the Marines
on May 11, 2005. In his first
year, he made private first
class and was promoted to
squad leader in charge of 45
Marines. On Feb. 1, he made
lance corporal. Shane
attended Plant City High
School where he played
football and basketball. They
aren't the only ones proud of
Shane. His Mount Olive
A.M.E. Church family is too.
The manager at Big Lots
says Shane was always a team
player, a good kid and
everyone loved him. This fine
soldier, now stationed in
California, has just returned
from duty in Iraq. He sus-
tained a shoulder injury
overseas, but is doing great
now.

Dunns counting their blessings
There's a song called
"Showers of Blessings" and
Rick and Annette Dunn are
singing it these days. Their
daughters, Deanna and
Christina, recently presented
them with two more grand-
children. Garrett Wayne, son
of Deanna and Rick Bolden of
Lakeland, was born Dec. 2
and Taylor Jade, daughter of
Eric and Christina Mooney-
ham, also of Lakeland, was
born March 23.
There's more good news for
the Dunns. Their son, Dennis
Wayne, wife Lisa, and chil-
dren, Shalynn and Gavin, will
be doing an Air Force tour in
England for a time, and Rick
and Annette plan a visit this
summer.
Congratulations to all and
happy traveling.

Expecting the 'paatter'
of little feet
Walden Lake's Angel Paat is
one proud husband and papa.
His wife, Courtney, is expect-
ing their second daughter this
summer.
"My wife's the quiet type,
but I'm proud of her and want
the world to know."
The Paat family has lived in
Plant City for seven years,
where they are agents for
State Farm Courtney Paat
Insurance Agency here in
town.
Big sister Kalei and grand-
parents in Orlando will help
celebrate the big event in July.
Angel brings a proud heritage
to his family, as both his
parents, nowpassed on, were
from Hawaii.
God bless this upcoming
very special delivery.

Historical Society hosts
appreciation dinner
It was spaghetti for every-
body last week at the East
Hillsborough Historical
Society appreciation dinner.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


Not only did about 100 of
the society's festival volun-
teers enjoy homemade
spaghetti prepared by Marsha
Passmore and Shelby and
Andy Bender, but representa-
tives from the festival Patsy
and Bobby Brooks, Al Berry
and Ellany Johnson did as
well. There was just enough
left over to take to the fire-
fighters at the Alexander
Street No. 2 Station.
Thanks to Dora Beveard
and Dodie White, who rolled
up their sleeves and washed
pots. And yes, they had
strawberry shortcake for
dessert.

Principal takes a pie in
face for good cause
Tomlin Middle School
students and staff want
everyone to know they are
doing their part for the Relay
for Life to be held April 20 at
Plant City High School.
Principal Beverly Carbaugh
even took a pie in the face to
support the school's fund-
raising efforts last week.
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/O Betty Briggs,
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Photo courtesy of Robinson family
. Above, Lance Cpl.
Shane Robinson was
Os a former stock boy
at Big Lots in Plant
City. At left, enjoy-
..i ing a recent appreci-
ation dinner for
i -2.'volunteers were,
71. from left, Shelby
Bender, president of
the East Hills-
;., borough Historical
Society, Andy
Bender and Betty
.Wilson.
Photo courtesy ol the East Hillsborough
Historical Society


Photo courtesy of Tomlin Middle School
Principal Beverly Carbaugh, center, took a pie in the face for a worthy cause at a recent fundraiser
at Tomlin Middle School. Looking on are Mark Killebrew, left, Susan Williamson and Robby
Sckolnick.


COMMUNITY

ROUNDUP

Car safety seat checks
South Florida Baptist
Hospital offers free car
safety seat checks Friday
and Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., throughout the year at
the hospital's Community
Health Resource Center.
The checks are by
appointment only.
Call: 754-4444.

Meals on Wheels
seeks volunteers
Meals on Wheels of Plant
City seeks volunteers to
deliver meals. Drivers use
their own cars and should
be able to work between 10
a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
Call: 754-9932.

Yo-yo club
The Florida Sultans of
Spin yo-yo club meets the
first Friday of each month
from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Bran-
don Recreational Center,
510 E. Sadie St. Beginners
and advanced yo-yo play-
ers, boys and girls are
welcome.
Call: Marcia, 254-4642, or
Debbie, 254-2214.

HCC seeks bilingual math,
reading teachers
The Plant City campus of
Hillsborough Community
College is in need of certi-
fied reading and mathema-
tics bilingual instructors for
its Adult General Education
Program.
Class hours will be flexi-
ble to accommodate the
work schedules of students
residing in the Plant City
area. The classes take place
at HCC's Plant City
campus.
HCC established the pro-
gram to help individuals
not only earn their high
school diploma but
transition to college as well.
Call: 757-2111.

Juvenile probation program
Volunteers are needed
for the Department of Juve-
nile Justice's program in the
areas of clerical, mentor or
case management assis-
tance. The office is at 1601
W. Reynolds St., Suite 103.
Call: Sue Sloan or Bar-
bara Hubert, 757-9171.

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

Pregnancy Care Center
The Pregnancy Care
Center of Plant City, 304 N.
Collins St., offers free preg-
nancy tests, information
and confidential support.
The center is open week-


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ENGAGEMENTS


Gregory Hutto and Paola
Echeverria
Echeverria-Hutto
Rodney and Becky Hutto of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their son, Gre-
gory of Las Vegas, to Paola
Echeverria of Guayaquil,
Ecuador. She is the daughter
of Luis and Rosa Echeverria of
Guayaquil.
The bride-elect and
prospective groom both
earned bachelor's degrees in
food service management
from Johnson & Wales Univer-
sity in North Miami.
A March 18 reception is
planned at 6 p.m. The formal
wedding will take place April
29 in Guayaquil.

Bodenmiller-Stephens
Joe and Jan Bodenmiller of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Laurie Lyn Bodenmiller, to
Peter Lane Stephens of Tampa.
He is the son of Don and Denise
Stephens and Wayne and Vir-
ginia Caswell, all of Tampa.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of the Georgia Institute of Tech'-
nology in Atlanta where she


received a bachelor's degree in
industrial engineering. The
prospective groom attended
the University of South Florida.
A June 24 wedding is
planned at 5 p.m. at First
United Methodist Church of
Plant City.
The reception will be at the
Rusty Pelican.

DeVane-Gause
Gary and Sherri Peeples of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Kristin Nicole DeVane, to Jesse
Allen Gause. He is the son of
Jack and Vickie Gause.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of the registered nursing pro-
gram at Hillsborough Commu-
nity College. She is employed
as a registered nurse at Lake-
land Regional Medical Center.
The prospective groom works
in management for Publix
Supermarkets.
A May 6 wedding is planned
at Berea Baptist Church.

Chandler-Giles
Ray Giles of Plant City and
Patricia Giles of Tampa anno-
unce the engagement of their
son, Brian Ray Giles of Tampa,
to Jennifer Lynn Chandler of
Tampa. She is the daughter of
Lee and Suzanne Chandler of
Plant City.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Plant City High School and is
employed by Sharon Anesthe-
sia. The prospective groom is a
graduate of Gaither High
School and is employed by


Premiere Homes of Florida.
A June 10 wedding is
planned.

Thompson-Simmons
Sharon and Billy Winkler of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Leslie Marie Thompson, to
Shad Aaron Simmons. He is
the son of Billy and Carol Sim-
mons of Plant City.
The bride-elect is a 2005 grad-
uate of Plant City High School
and attends Hillsborough Com-
munity College. The prospective
groom is a 1999 graduate of
Durant High School. A June 24
wedding is planned at a loca-
tion to be announced.

Jones-McLeod
The Rev. David and Gene-
vieve Jones of Plant City anno-
unce the engagement of their
daughter, Rebekah Michelle,
to Joseph Nolan McLeod of
Winter Springs. He is the son
of Nolan and Nancy McLeod
of Live Oak.
The bride-elect is a 2001
graduate of Jacksonville Uni-
versity with a bachelor's in
dance.
She has worked for Disney
Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruise
Lines and is currently employed
by Busch Gardens. The
prospective groom is a 2001
gradate of Palm Beach Atlantic
University, and is currently pur-
suing his master's at the Uni-
versity of Central Florida. An
April 1 wedding is planned at 2
p.m. at Turkey Creek First
Baptist Church.


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Continued From Page 8
days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Volunteers are needed.
Call: 759-0886.

Consumer complaints
answered
The Hillsborough County
State Attorney's Office has a
consumer protection agency
in Plant City. Consumers can
schedule appointments to
speak with an investigator
about their complaints on
the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
Agency representatives
can assist in investigating,
mediating and sometimes
referring complaints regard-
ing unfair, deceptive and
criminal acts and practices
by businesses and individu-
als posing as a business.
Appointments are at the
Plant City Courthouse, State
Attorney's Office, 302 N.
Michigan Ave., Room 10.
Call: Hillsborough County
Consumer Protection
Agency, 903-3430.

Aging Services wants
to hear from public
Whether it's a compliment
or a concern, Hillsborough
County's Aging Services
Department wants to hear
from you.
In an ongoing effort to
provide quality and efficient
services, Aging Services has
implemented a new Cus-
tomer Care Line.
The Customer Care Line is
open Monday Friday, 8 a.m.
- 5 p.m. at 272-5242, and


MARCH-30,-2006'* THE'COURIER 9

both English and Spanish
speakers are available. After
hours customers can leave a
voicemail and the message
will be returned the next
business day.
For more information
contact, Katrina Blaine,
Aging Services, 272-5165.

Crisis Center seeks
volunteers
The Crisis Center of Tampa
Bay seeks volunteers to pro-
vide crisis counseling on its
24-hour crisis hot line.
Day, evening and weekend
shifts are available.
No experience is neces-
sary.
Training will be provided.
Information: 969-4991 or
www.crisiscenter.com.

Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville
offers free computer classes
for seniors and children on
Monday and Wednesdays.
Classes cover basic
computer parts and soft-
ware.
Adult classes are from 10
to 11 a.m. and 1:30 to 2:30
p.m., and children's classes
from 3 to 4:45 p.m.
The school also offers an
evening computer lab for
seniors Wednesdays and Fri-
days from 5 to 6:30.
Call: 737-1352 or 757-6760.

Weekly square dances
Weekly plus-level square
dances with rounds are
offered Wednesdays from 7
to 9:30 p.m. at Strawberry
Square Dance Center, 4401
Boot Bay Road.
Call: 752-0491.


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DEATHS

Isher
John 0. Isher, 89, of Zeph-
yrhills, formerly of Plant City,
died Jan. 3.
He was born in Bedford, Va.,
and moved to Plant City in
1956 from Fort Bragg, N.C. He
moved to Zephyrhills in 1971.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II, serving as a
commissary superintendent
in Panama.
He taught adult education
cooking classes.
He was a member of First
Baptist Church of Zephyrhills
and was previously a member
of an antique car club in Plant
City.
He is survived by -two
daughters, Jenny Shah of
Peoria, Ill., and Nancy Denney
of Rowlett, Texas; six grand-
children; and three great-
grandchildren.
Whitfield Funeral Home,
Zephyrhills.

Crawford
Lewis W. Crawford Jr., 66, of
Plant City died Feb. 26.
He was born in Baxter,
Tenn., and was a longtime res-
ident of Plant City.
He was a service station
operator for more than 30
years and also was a self-
employed truck driver.
He is survived by his wife,
Joyce; two sons, Lewis W. Jr. of
Mulberry and Alton W. Hunt
of Durant; two daughters,
Pauline Reed of Brandon and


Jeanne Danley of Lake Wales;
two brothers, Jimmy White-
head of Akron, Ohio, and
Frank Whitehead of Algood,
Tenn.; two sisters, Geraldine
Wise of Plant City and Mary N.
Autrey of Gordonsville, Tenn.;
seven grandchildren; and
three great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Pine
CoreyW. Pine II, 19, of Plant
City died March 12.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and a student at
Plant City High School.
He is survived by his girl-
friend and son, Sheena Mon-
tero and Hunter W. of Plant
City; his father and step-
mother, Corey and Patti of
Wimauma; his mother and
stepfather, Marlene and Kevin
Chesser of Plant City; two sis-
ters, Nichole and Julie, both of
Plant City; two stepbrothers,
Andrew Jones and Christopher
Jones; paternal grandfather
Ronald of Lakeland; paternal
grandmother Linda Pate of
Tennessee; maternal grand-
parents Howard and Margaret
Norton of Seffner; paternal
stepgrandfather Michael Pate;
and paternal stepgrandmother
Anita.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Collins
James L. Collins Sr., 94, of
Hernando, Miss., died March
13.
He was a member of Cork
Church of Christ.
He is survived by his wife,


Edith of Mississippi; a son,
James L. Jr. of Mississippi; two
sisters, Velma L. Boothe and
Alma F. Ham, both of Plant
City; two grandchildren; and
seven great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Fussell
Charles B. Fussell, 65, of
Plant City died March 13.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and retired from
Farmland Industries as a
maintenance supervisor after
28 years.
He was a member of Lone
Oak Church.
He is survived by three
daughters, Sheri Shirley of
Lithia and Terri Tolar and Kari
Shepherd, both of Plant City; a
brother, Don of Plant City; and
10 grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Calhoun
Early J. "J.E." Calhoun, 78, of
Plant City died March 14.
He was born in Hillsborough
County and was a lifelong res-
ident of Plant City.
He was the owner and oper-
ator of a septic tank service.
He is survived by his wife,
Lonita of Lakeland; his
mother, Daisy B. Long of Plant
City; three sons, James E.,
Wayne and Terry, all of Plant
City; a daughter, Judy Kilpa-
trick of Plant City; a foster son,
Russell Shaffer of Plant City;
five brothers, Marshall of
Willow Oak, Enoch "Buddy" of
Brooksville and Ernest, Vernon
and Eugene, all of Plant City;


eight grandchildren; and
seven great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Kelly
Lela M. Kelly, 79, of Lake-
land died March 14.
She was born in Wells
County, Ind., and was a long-
time resident of Lakeland.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by two sons,
Paul of Tampa and John of
Lakeland; two daughters, Lori
Griffin of Mulberry and Mari-
lyn Adams of Plant City; two
brothers, Darrol Smitley and
Joyce Smitley, both of Geneva,
Ind.; a sister, Margie Andrews
of Freemont, Ind.; four grand-
children; and five great-grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Johnson
Ervin L. Johnson, 72, of
Plant City died March 15.
He was born in Durant and
was a lifelong resident of Plant
City.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
of the Korean War and was a
strawberry grower.
He is survived by his wife,
Ruth; a son, Greg K. of Plant
City; a daughter, Connie Webb
of Plant City; five brothers,
L.B. of Tampa, Wilbur of Plant
City, Chester and Jimmie, both
of Brandon, and Dale of Live
Oak; three sisters,. Vivian
Hendrix of Valrico and Shirley
Vick and Barbara J. Cobb, both
of Plant City; and two grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


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Hall
Richard A. Hall, 80, of Plant
City died March 17.
He was born in Tampa and
was a lifelong resident of Plant
City.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
of World War II and a retired
postal worker.
He attended First Baptist
Church of Plant City.
He is survived by his wife,
Wyolene; a son, Donald A. ol
Lakeland; three daughters,
Darlene Learned of Lakeland,
Patricia Khork of Polk City and
Effie C. Jenkins of Plant City;
three brothers, Wilmer P. Jr.,
Herbert M. and Mayron W.
Watts; 11 grandchildren; and
18 great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Marino
James J. Marino, 81, of Plant
City died March 17.
He was born in Revere,
Mass., and moved here from
Seminole in 1992.
He was a U.S. Army Aii
Force veteran of World War II
and worked as a technician foi
General Electric.
He was a member of First
Presbyterian Church of Plant
City.
He is survived by his wife,
Beverly.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Park
Robert F. Park, 79, of Plant
City died March 17.
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OFFERINGS

Church sets religious renewal
St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
will conduct its annual parish
mission and spiritual renewal
titled, "Christianity is Not a
Religion, Rather a Way of
Living," April 3-6.
The Rev. Eugene "Red"
O'Reilly will talk at the 8 a.m.
daily Mass and give a mission
talk each evening at 7.
Call: 752-8251.

Lord of Life calendar
The following events are
planned at Lord Of Life Evan-
gelical Lutheran Church, 2104
Mud Lake Road.
Special services every
Wednesday through April 12
starting with a light super at 6
p.m. followed by focused Bible
study at 6:45. A special cantata
featuring the combined choirs
of St. Peter's Episcopal Church
and Lord of Life will take place
Palm Sunday, April 9, at 4 p.m.
As the prelude to Easter
Sunday, April 16, there also will
be special services Maundy
Thursday, April 13, and Good
Friday, April 14.
An Easter egg hunt will be
offered April 8. Participants are
asked to gather at 9:30 a.m.
with the hunt starting
promptly at 10.
Call: 752-6064, weekdays, 1
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First Baptist offerings
The following events will be
offered by First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Mondays at 7
p.m. at BuddyFreddy's.
Leader: Steve Morris.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Tuesdays at 7
a.m. at Fred's Market Restau-
rant. Leader: Bill Bender.
Free classes for those who
have gone through a divorce or
are facing Sundays from 5 to 6:
15 p.m. There also is a class for
children ages 5 to 12 in a
divorce situation. There is a
$10 fee for the workbook.
Call: 752-4104.

Hope Lutheran new
worship hours
The members of Hope
Lutheran Church, 2001 N.
Park Road, have a new Sunday
worship schedule. The new
times are: worship at 8 and 10:
30 a.m.; family Bible hour at 9:
15 a.m. Classes are available
for ages 3 through adult.
Call: 752-4622.

Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W. Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages Sundays at 9
a.m.; Sunday worship services
at 10:15 a.m. and 6 p.m.; and
Wednesday night worship at
6:15. Activities for children
and students start at 6 p.m.
Call: 752-8345.



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Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist
Church, 14402 Salem Church
Road, meets Sundays at 10:30
a.m. Call: 752-9548.

Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational
Divine Family Worship Center
offers services Sundays at 11:15
a.m. at the Comfort Inn, 2003 S.
Frontage Road. Call: 643-8989.

Bible study program
The women's ministry of
Bethany Baptist Church offers
a Bible study, "Beloved Disci-
ple: The Life and Ministry of
John," Wednesdays at 9 a.m.
Brunch will be served each
week and child care will be
provided. The church is at 3409
N. Cork Road.
Call: 752-9209.

Teen Bible study
Teen Bible study and values
discussions are offered the
first and third Monday of each
month from 5 to 6 p.m. at the
Plant City Family YMCA's
youth extension site, 1507
YMCA Place.
Call: 757-6677.

METS Ministries
METS Ministries, 1102 E.
Laura St., offers restoration
and healing services the first
and third Sunday of every
month at 6:30 p.m.
Each service will feature a dif-
ferent speaker. Call: Edith Lang-
ston, 759-0607, or 754-1096.


St. Clement services
St. Clement Catholic Church,
1104 N. Alexander St., hosts its
Saturday vigil Mass from 4 to 5
p.m. Call: 752-8251.

Mount Olive events
Mount Olive Baptist
Church, 604 W. Ball St., offers
the following community out-
reach services:
A free hot meals ministry
Tuesday and Thursdays from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
A food pantry is open
weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Call: 754-3834.

Church basketball games
Cedar Grove Baptist Church,
8201 Cedar Grove Church Road,
welcomes sixth- through 12th-
graders in the Keysville area to
play basketball Tuesdays from 6:
30 to 8:30 p.m. Hot dogs and
drinks will be provided.
Call: Alan Hawkins, 833-5794,
or Keith Carney Sr., 737-3357.

Christian preschool
Private Christian Preschool
offers a Christian preschool
program for children, ages 2 to
4 at First Presbyterian Learn-
ing Center, 404 W. Reynolds
St. Call: 752-6874.

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119
N. Gordon St., offers adult
Sunday school at 10 a.m. fol-
lowed by the 11 a.m. service
and youth Sunday school.


Ongoing classes are offered
Wednesday mornings and
Thursday evenings. Also, a pot-
luck dinner is offered the first
Sunday of every month after the
service.
Call: 659-2624.

Al-Anon meeting
Hope Al-Anon meets Mon-
days at 7:30 p.m. at St. Clem-
ent Catholic Church, 1104 N.
Alexander St., Room 7.
Call: 752-5316.

Ministry seeks donations
METS Ministries' New Begin-
nings program is seeking beds,
couches and other household
items to assist needy families.
The ministry also is in need of a
truck to facilitate pick up and
delivery of donated items.
The ministry is continuing its
program of offering clothes,
nonperishable foods, emer-
gency shelter and prescription
drugs and is seeking donations
of riding mowers for its lawn
mowing program.
All gifts are tax deductible.
Call: Edith Langston, 754-
1096, or 759-0607.

Bible study at Trinity United
Trinity United Methodist,
402 W. English St., offers a
weekly Bible study course
every Wednesday morning at
9:30.
Call: 752-9316.


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IN THE SPIRIT



The Rev. Dean R. Pfeffer: Hope Lutheran Church


The Rev. Dean R, Pfeffer of
Hope Lutheran Church, 2001
N. Park Road, celebrates 10
years in Plant City this June.
He displays such a passion for
his work, church staff joke
they look forward to his
vacations. "That's always
been my nature," he said,
"maybe a little hyper. The
church is a river that's always
flowing and you've got to
keep moving."

Q: Where were you raised?
A: Long Island. was born
in 1959, graduated from Long
island Lutheran High School,
then earned a bachelor's in
political science and my
master's in public administra-
tion from Long Island Univer-
sity.

Q: Did you always want to
be a minister?
A: I'm second career. I
worked in the New York State
Legislature and then on the
staff of Congressman Norman
Lent. When it was time to get
out of politics, Grumman


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call and went to Concordia
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can fight God so much and
eventually he's going to win.
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know that I am God," I
change it to, "Shut up and
listen to God. He will lead
you.

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that took hold of me, every-
thing started to turn around.

Q: What does the church
think?
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congregation. Our health
ministry team is very active.
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"walks," one mile at a time to
focus on mission projects all
over the world. People log
activities and turn them in to
the parish nurse. She figures
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can focus where our mission
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14 'THE'COURIER MARCH 30;2006



Teen Pageant Winner Built Platform On Prayer


GARREN WANTS PRAYER
BACK IN SCHOOLS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Victoria Garren's been praying a lot
since winning the 2006 Miss Teen
Heart of Plant City title in November.
It won't be easy, but the 13-year-old
pageant winner is hoping to put prayer
back in public schools. Garren's plat-
form, a required segment of the
pageant, sought ways to encourage the
people to overcome recent Supreme
Court rulings and return prayer to
public schools.
"Students should have the opportu-
nity during the school day to pray or
worship in whatever way they choose,"
Garren said. "Somewhere in the school
schedule they should set aside a time
when all students who choose to pray,
or share spiritual fellowship with oth-
ers should be able to take the time to
do it. I'm not asking the schools to
sponsor or support religion. I am ask-
ing for some time, maybe just a few
minutes, for students who care to pray.
can take the time to do so."
Garren is an eighth-grader at Mar-
shall Middle School, and is dually
enrolled at Plant City High School


where she takes classes in Spanish
each day. At the high school, Garren
joins 20 to 30 students at the school
flagpole each day to share a prayer
before classes
start.
Garren said
an expression
of faith is often
S.. aligned with
good citizen-
Sship.
"A lot of my
close friends
agree that
prayer should
be allowed in
GEORGE H. NEWMAN/ publicschools,"
Staff photo she said.
The 2006 Miss Teen "E xpress ing
Heart of Plant City your faith pub-
winner, Victoria liclywould have
Garren 13,, is a good
campaigning to influence on
bring prayer back students who
to public schools, are missing that
element in their
lives. Silent or outspoken prayer where
members of a group get together and
pray to their chosen God will be a pos-
itive influence in school."
Garren is a member of the Plant City
First United Methodist Church, and a
member of the church's youth praise


team. Garren's platform included
making school an acronym for society,
community, home, others, ourselves
and leaders.
"The idea is that people should be
able to pray wherever they want, for
whatever purpose is in their hearts,
and pray to or for whomever they
desire," she said. "Some people don't
seem to care if there is time set aside
for prayer in school. But given the
opportunity, they might join in. That
would be a positive addition."
Garren said her plans to help return
prayer to public schools include the
start-up of a Web site dedicated to that
purpose.
Warren has had several public
appearances since winning her crown.
She appeared in the Plant City Christ-
mas Parade, riding in a Corvette
convertible provided by Bill Heard
Chevrolet. On March 18, she will sing
at the Miss Heart of Plant City Pageant
at Tomlin Middle School. Other public
appearances and opportunities as a
guest speaker will allow her to further
her program, she said.
Garren is an honor student at Mar-
shall. She is a member of the National
Junior Honor Society, a member of the
school's yearbook staff, and a Dra-
goneer, a school group that visits area
nursing homes, performing for and


interacting with residents.
Garren's next step is the state com-
petition to qualify for the Miss America
Outstanding Teen pageant. The city
and dates of the competition will be
announced in April.
Teens, ages 13 to 17, who live in the
Plant City area, are eligible to compete
in the Miss Teen Heart of Plant City
program. The winner of the state teen
competition advances to the national
Miss America Outstanding Teen finals.
The winner of this national title will
travel the country promoting the orga-
nization's mission and encouraging
teens to project a positive image for
themselves and others. The contes-
tants in the national finals will com-
pete for more than $150,000 in college
scholarship assistance, with the win-
ner receiving $30,000 of that amount.
The organizers of the Miss Teen
Pageant are also the founders of the
Miss Heart of Plant City pageant com-
ing up next month. Contestants, ages
17 to 24, living in Plant City or the sur-
rounding area, who are at least a sen-
ior in high school are eligible to
compete for the title of Miss Heart of
Plant City. This scholarship pageant
winner is eligible to compete in the
Miss Florida Pageant, a part of the
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HONOR ROLL

Durant High School
The following students were named
to the principal's honor roll for the
second nine-week grading period at
Durant High School:
Jesmy Akkathhara, Humberto Bal-
cazar, Melissa Barbarossa, John Bello,
Christin Berdy, Alexandra Blizzard,
Scott Braddock, Michael Cannon,
Yesenia Castillo, Staci Clark, Patrick
Cooley, Brittany Crandall, Joshua
Cribbs, Yosmel Cruz, Ashley Davis,
Jaley Davis, Ryan Donaghy, Jeremy
Duvall, Cassandra Ellington, Cody
Evans, Deanna Finch, Tiffany Ford,
Heather Gavin, Nicole Georgi, Ashli
Harper, Hannah Hodge, Steven
Hooper, Ana Ibarra, Natalia Irizarry,
Justin Killebrew, Krystina Kish, Rana
Kosaka, Joshua Lamb, Frank Lane,
Richard Margison, Stacie Marsh, Sean
Martin, Candice Martindale, Eric
Mercado, Angelica Mora, Rebekah
Nail, Robert Nonez, Matthew Outlaw,
Melinda Paetz, Jesse Reyerse, Lauren
Rodriguez, Rachael Sanders, Jaclyn
Savino, Thomas Savino, Laura
Schmidt, Michelle Shlomov, Heather
Shontz, Alison Simmons, Josefa
Simon, Courtney Sizemore, Heather
Smith, Brandi Spivey, Kalyn Stana-
land, Marlee Swann, Kevin Wade,
Ashley West and Samantha William-
son.

Range, Chatman named to Dean's List
Michelle Range and April Chatman,
both of Plant City, have been named to
the dean's list for the fall 2005 term at
Springfield College in Springfield,
Mass.
Range is a first-year student major-
ing in human services.
Chatman is a fourth-year student
also majoring in human services.

Knights Elementary
The following students have been
named to the principal's honor roll for
the second nine-week grading period
at Knights Elementary School:
First grade: Rhinna Vaughn, Court-
ney Harrod, Noah Cape, Jacob Conrad,
JessicaHarell,MollyKim,CullenTelfer,


Savannah Reagan, Joanna Chen,
Trevor Violett and Joel Schwartz.
Second grade: Sydnee Dorofy, Alexis
Williams, Carlee Turner, Gabrielle
Johnson, Jonathan Westlake, Ste-
phanie Palacios, David Cox, Alexis
Burkley, Aaron Ginn and Charles
Lemons.
Third grade: Megan Shulmister,
Karina Casey, Zachary Vaughan and
Taylor Kelly.
Fourth grade: Madison Keene,
Savannah Browning, Summer Bur-
bage, Haley Grissom, Josh Maraman,
Cindy Ibarra, Maggie Westlake, Amber
Ham, Corazon Saldierna, Bryan
Shover, LexiHam, Melissa Cerny, Holly
Dunhardt, Sandra Gaspar, Maria
Walker and Lauren Evans.
Fifth grade: Kaila McKee, Kyle
Moore, Kellee Brown, Karyn Mitchell,
Monet Iverson, Brooke Shaffer, Carter
Akers, Jose Armijo, Gianna Edmunds,
Kyle McGuire, Isabella Bautista, Grace
Bush, Bobbie High, Daneisis Pantoja,
Kelsey Thomas, Ashley Murray and
Nicole Lentz.


Cork Elementary
The following students have been
named to the principal's honor roll for
the second nine-week grading period
at Cork Elementary School:
Kindergarten: Megan Burrus, Mac-
kenzie Edgemon, Zane Floyd, Bailey
Hatfield, Kira Paskins, Jarrett Rappe',
Madison Rappe', Destiny Simpson,
Ethan Sparkman, Madilyn Stone, Cody
Wagner, Jack Bazley, Cooper Gaffney,
Devyn Hoffman, Sarah Kerns, Chase
Lawson, Hannah Wright and Katelyn
Wyatt.
First grade: Taylor Barrios, Salma
Chappa, Cassidy English, Lauren
Madera, Lindsey Shover, Kyle Tears,
Taylor Davis, Garrett Gray, Autumn
Hames, Jack Ray, Colten Smith, Jessie
Temple, Emily Walker, Sara Adams,
Grace Barry, Cali Boles, Kaitlyn Brevik,
Jax Crossen, Neethu George, Olivia
Gullion, Cameron Hinton, Parker Kill-
ebrew, Elle Kroslak, Monica Rangel,
MaryBeth Stewart, Wesley Thomas,
StevenWitchoskey, TylerAbraham and
Hunter Hape.
Second grade: Aria Bell, Austin
Johnson, Jasmine Santiago, Cassie


Young, Colin Allman, Hailey Camp,
Zachary Cross, Meredith Delcastillo,
Teenu George, Aapril Herrara, Raquel
Moretti, Ally Archibald, Autumn Knox,
Jacob Bessey, Hayley Hill, Clay Joyner,
Allee Norman, Anna Conrad, Megan
Mulvihill, Haily Ruiz, Alison Jarvis and
Cassidy Bazley.
Third grade: Jessica Larson, Lindsey
Killebrew, Jennifer Tharrington and
Lacy Stephens.
Fourth grade: CodyBoles, AlyJoyner,
Timothy Sparks, Jarrett Cravey, Jessica
Madera, Ashley Strickland, Kalyn Bur-
kman, Karlie Cowell, Karah Greene,
Mylie Feaster, Allyson Glover, Bailey
Lawrence, Kelsey Brevik, Jamie Burke
and Cody Carter.
Fifth grade: Zora Millerleile, Jamee
Townsend, Ashlyn Christie, Ian Scar-
brough, Sinead Stephens, Erin Larra-
bee, Brooke Miller, Katie Shirley,
Austin Smith and Nick Wilson.

Springhead Elementary
The following pupils were named to
the principal's honor roll for the
second nine-week grading period at
Springhead Elementary School:
Third grade: Justine Reeves, Court-
ney Beahn and Alibel Fragoso.
Fourth grade: Brooke McLaughlin,
Josh Miller, Nick Johnson, Jennifer
Hicks, Emily Parrish, Kaitlin Moua
and Kasey Wells.
Fifth grade: Richard Rosselle,
Hannah Boles, Courtney Maxwell,
Morgan Moody, Chelsea Cannon and
Chenowa Wendel.

Lincoln Elementary
School of Technology
The following pupils were named to
the principal's honor roll for the
second nine-week grading period at
Lincoln Elementary School:
Mitchell Thoeni, Charti Davis, Bilal
Ford, Taeler Green, Makayla Johnson,
Chandni Pooran, Alexander Sierra,
Aaron Wright-Walker, Kendall John-
son, Amy Garcia, Alyssa Insua, Ali
Mhamdi, Carly Knox, Abigail Ninan,
Kellie Pernula, Anuj Desai, Jennifer
Ruiz, Haley Cruzado, Lane Collins,
Benjamin Avant, Cacey Simmons,
Aaron Torbert, Francisco Cruz, Eric
Woodcock, Samantha Fryer and


Robby Knox.

j.S. Robinson
SThe following pupils were named to
the principal's honor roll for the
second nine-week grading period at
J.S. Robinson Elementary School:
Kindergarten: Macie Donaldson,
Brittany Henderson, Brynna McFar-
land, Dara Reichwine and Ashley
Thompson.
First grade: Brett Boswell, Lexie
Brunk,Alexis Esparza, Michael Harris,
Kevin Jurgens, Hannah Llanusa,
Karen Manzano, Alexa Martinez,
Ashlyn Miller, Ashley Patel, Mallory
Vieu, John Watson and Gwen Weaver.
Second grade: Leslie Alvarez, Ryan
Boyd, Chelbi Delones, Noah Mavric
Griffin, Kelsi Guy, Dylan Lanier, Aidan
McFarland, Kara .Rayburn, Travis
Riley, Gabriel Rondon, Tristan Sim-
mons, Wesley Tanner, Blaise Watkins
and Kaylynn Wilkerson.
Third grade: Sam Coleman, Kayla
Lewis, Cristian Martinez, Sarah Mont-
gomery, Edgar Sandoval and Kayla
Tague.
Fourth grade: Nicole Carroll, Alex-
ander Smith, Mason Speakman, Lane
Weaver and Garrett Wright.
Fifth grade : Emily Gonzalez, Cayla
Kingsley, Dallas McClellan and Caira
Strickland.

Plant City woman earns degree
Dawn E. Dick of Plant City was
awarded an associate of general stud-
ies degree with honors Nov. 19 at Lou-
isiana Tech University's fall quarter
commencement in Ruston, La.

Scicchitano joins honor society
Erica L. Scicchitano of Plant City
has accepted membership in the
National Society of Collegiate Schol-
ars. Scicchitano was honored during a
campus ceremony at the. University of
Florida.

Rushing named to dean's list
Bethany M. Rushing of Plant City
has been named to the dean's list for
the fall semester at Samford University
in Birmingham, Ala.
She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Ken Rushing.


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Oncology, Internal Medicine ........... (813) 754-3344
Steven Blustein, D.P.M.
Podiatry . ........ ........... (813) 754-9876
Carlos A. Botero, M.D.
Anesthesia/Pain Management ......... (813) 764-9355
Eric J. Breuggeman, D.P.M.
Podiatry . ........ ........... (863) 686-6200
Stephen M. Butler, M.D.
General/Vascular Surgery ............ (813) 754-9890
Leonila D Camba, M.D.
Internal Medicine/Nephrology ......... (813) 759-1290
Ted J. Cardoso, M.D.
Radiology..... .................. (813) 757-1200
Alan H. Carr, M.D.
Emergency . ................. (813) 757-1200
John C. Carrozzella, M.D.
Surgery/Orthopaedic ................ (813) 754-0817
Mary L. Chase, M.D.
Anesthesia ....... ............ ....(813) 752-8019
Dean A. Christensen, M.D.
Emergency....................... (813) 757-1200
Deandra L. Clark, M.D.
Pediatrics/Hospitalist............... (863) 680-7000
Catherine A. Clayton, M.D.
Dermatology ................. (813) 752-0757
Timothy W. Conway, D.D.S.
Dental.......................... (813) 754-3794
Robert E. Creighton, D.P.M.
Podiatry......................... (813) 754-9876
Carlos R. Dalence, M.D.
Pathology .......... .... ...... (813) 870-4206
Gwyneth A. Davis, M.D.
Family Practice.................... (813) 754-3504
Greg Den Haese, M.D.
Obstetrics/Gyneocolgy............... (813) 681-9171
Adrianus J. De Ruyter, M.D.
Psychiatry ..... .... ......... (813) 684-5048
Francis A. DeRito, M.D.
ENT/Otolaryngology ................ (813) 717-9810
George A Dermarkar, M.D.
Hematology/Oncology, Int. Med ....... (813) 684-2339
S. Devarakonda, M.D.
Cardiology, Internal Medicine....... (813) 752-1053
Hector J. Diaz, M.D.
Emergency Medicine. ........... . (813) 757-1200
Thomas DiGeronimo, M.D.
Neurology . .................. (813) 752-1336
David Epstein, M.D.
Radiology/Interventiona I ... : ...... (813) 757-1260
Maruja Fernandez, M.D.
OB/GYN ......... ........ ... (813) 681-1247
Larry Fishman, M.D.
Neurosurgery..... . . ......... (813) 653-2770


Mark D. Ford, D.O.
Family Practice.....................
Hector Fuentes-Colon, M.D.
Emergency Department..............
Rodger K.Garrett, M.D.
Anesthesia........................
Patrick H. Gill, M.D.
Anesthesia ........................
Martin T. Girling, D.P.M.
Podiatry ............ ............


(813) 754-3504

(813) 757-1200

(813) 757-8019

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Timothy C. Gompf, M.D.
Pediatrics/Hospitalist ............... (863) 687-1322
Gregg W. Gutowski, M.D.
Family Practice ....... ............. (813) 754-3504
William A. Haas, M.D.
Family Practice ............... (813) 719-2505
Dyan Harvey-Dent, D.O.
Family Practice ....... ............. (813) 684-9600
Thomas M. Heyck, M.D.
Radiology ....... ................. (813) 757-1200
Randy V. Heysek, M.D.
Radiation Oncology ............. . (813) 719-7705
Sheyla Hopkins, M.D.
Internal Medicine/Pediatrics .......... (813) 754-3344
Jeetendra Issar, M.D.
Internal Medicine/Pediatrics .......... (863) 682-8124
Eliezer M. Izsak, M.D.
Gastroenterology, Internal Medicine . (863) 688-7990
Jerry L. Jamison, M.D.
Internal Medicine .. ............ (813) 752-3174
Paul L. Jones, M.D.
ENT/Otolaryngology .. ........... (813) 685-5631
Keith Kapatkin, M.D.
Nephrology ........ ............... (813) 681-8212
Cindy A. Kelly, D.O.
Internal Medicine. ............ . (813) 719-2505
Kathryn L. Kepes, M.D.
Radiation Oncology ........ ...... (813) 719-7705
Faisal Khan, M.D.
Vascular/Thoracic Surgery .......... (813) 779-9500
Saira S. Khan, M.D.
Family Practice ............... (813) 659-3328
Wajahat Khan, M.D.,
Int. Med. Hospitalist ................ (813) 757-8571
Zaheer A. Khan, M.D.
Internal Medicine ............... (813) 754-1871
Richard W. Knight, M.D.
Radiology........................ (813) 757-1200
Nelson H. Kohl, D.O.
Family Practice.................... (813) 754-4611
Brian J. Korte, M.D.
Family Practice ............... (813) 754-3504
Teofil B. Kulyk, M.D.
Ophthalmology .................... (813) 754-1869
Carlos Lamoutte, M.D.
Obstetrics/Gynecology............... (813) 719-3380
Richard W. Lockwood, M.D.
Anesthesia ....................... (813) 757-8019
Dolores K. Lowe, M.D.
Family Practice.................... (813) 754-6700
C. Mahapaurya, M.D.
Obstetrics/Gynecology............... (813) 759-1668
Azhar A. Malik, M.D.
Nephrology ...... .... ......... (813) 681-8212
James Mazalewski, M.D.
Radiology ........................ (813) 757-1200
Jeanne M. McGregor, M.D.
Occupational Medicine ...... ..... (813) 707-0220
Pedro E. Mendez, M.D.
Hematology/Oncology, Inter Medicine .... (813) 872-0613
John R. Miles, M.D.
Family Medicine ............... (813) 752-3174
Housam Moursi, D.O.
Emergency Department .............. (813) 757-1200
Husainuddin Nagamia, M.D.
General Surgery/Vascular/Thoracic ...... (813) 654-4466
Greg Nedurian, M.D.
General Vascular/Thoracic Surgery...... (813) 759-0757
Yawer M. Nensey, M.D.
Gastroenterology, Internal Medicine .... (813) 780-8620'
Seth J. Okun, D.P.M.
Podiatry .............. .......... (813) 254-4747
Susan M. Ott, D.O.
Orthopedic Surgery ................. (813) 754-0817
Yi-hwa Outerbridge, M.D.
Anesthesia...... ................ (813) 757-8019
Manish S. Parekh, M.D.
Internal Medicine .................. (813) 719-2505
David Provencher Jr. M.D.
Allergy/Immunology ............... (813) 752-8595


Khawaja Rahman, M.D.
Emergency Department


(813) 757-1200


P. Rajendran, M.D.
Cardiology, Internal Medicine ......... (813) 752-1053
Carmen R. Ramirez, M.D.
Neurology .......... ............. (813) 707-9101
Max F. Rattes, M.D.
Cardiology . ...... .......... (813) 752-3456
William E. Ray, M.D.
Pediatrics ............. ........... (863) 687-1322
Charles Readdy, D.O.
Radiology ........................ (813) 757-1260
Austin Regal, D.O.
Emergency Department ............ .. (813) 757-1200
Jonathan D. Reich, M.D.
Pediatric/Cardiology. ............. (863) 680-7316
Joseph Richter, M.D.
Int Med/Courtsey Staff .............. (813) 754-4242
Jill M. Roehr, M.D.
General Surgery............... (813) 754-9890
Ruben Saez, M.D.
Hematology/Oncology............ (863) 680-7780
Andrew Saffer, D.P.M.
Podiatry . ....... ............ (813) 754-9876
Michael A. Salvato, M.D.
Family Practice/Obstetrics ............ (813) 719-3525
Edgar W. Sapp, M.D.
Family Practice Emeritus (does not admit) (813) 754-1502
A. John Saranko. M.D.
Family Practice.................... (813) 754-3504
Ziauddin Shamsi, M.D.
Gastroenterology/Int. Med ......... (813) 759-6607
Brian Shaub, D.0
Family Practice.................... (813) 719-3525
Vipul R. Shah, M.D.
Int. Med. (Hospitalist) ........... (813) 866-0050
Gulab Sher, M.D.
Int. Med. (Hospitalist) ............... (813) 866-0050
Marvin F Shienbaum, M.D.
Plastic Surgery.................... (813) 681-5709
Yung N. Siddiqi, M.D.
Family Medicine ................. (813) 659-3328
Steve W. Smith, M.D.
Internal Medicine .. ............ (813) 754-3344
John R. Steel, M.D.
Radiation Oncology................. (813) 757-8019
N.E. Steely, M.D.
Anesthesia ....... .............. (813) 757-8019
Bernard D. Stein, M.D.
Radiology........................ (813) 757-1200
Jerry N. Stein, M.D.
Obstetrics, Gynecology .............. (813) 681-9171
Jana Sulzer, M.D.
Radiology ...... ....... .... (813) 757-1200
Frank M. Taylor, M.D.
Pathology ........................ (813) 757-1276
Shreekant K. Tripathi, M.D.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery ..... (863) 688-0536
Indi Vasudeva, M.D.
Nephrology . ................. (813) 681-8212
Ana M. Verdeja, M.D.
Obstetrics/Gynecology........... .. (813) 719-3380
Ashit L. Vijapura, M.D.
Psychiatry/Psychology ............... (813) 754-1496
Gul Wajahat, M.D.
Family Practice/Hospitalist ........... (813) 757-8571
Christopher M. Weiss, M.D.
General Surgery ................. (813) 759-0757
Michael Weiss, M.D.
Obstetrics/Gynecology .. . . (813) 681-9171
Keith D. Whitehead, M.D.
Obstetrics/Gynecology............... (813) 681-9171
Timothy B Williams, D.O.
Pediatrics ........ ............ (813) 659-9800
Yongyots, Wongse-Sanit, M.D.
Anesthesia....................... (813) 757-8019
Bienvenido G. Yangco, M.D.
Infectious Disease/Int. Med ......... (813) 875-4375
Dragos Zanchi, M.D.
Int. Med/Pulmonology ............ (813) 655-9000
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18 THE COURIER MARCH 30, 2006


LETTERS


Plant City And

Scientology
It was Oct. 31, 1938- a
date elders amongst us and
young historians will recall
as a day the American people
were fooled by a hoax.
The radio broadcast of
"War of the Worlds," H.G.
Wells' fantasy of an invasion
from Mars, led people to
believe that aliens from
outer space had really
invaded Earth bringing
death and destruction. The
broadcast, made by Orson
Welles, disrupted house-
holds, interrupted religious
services and had scores of
adults requiring medical
treatment for shock and
hysteria.
From our perch in 2006,
we might view this episode
as rather quaint. Believing
ourselves to be more enlight-
ened, we're likely to bristle
at any suggestion that we too
can be overwhelmed by such
tales of science fiction.
The news that David
Hawthorne is contracted to
sell Frenchman's Market, 102


N. Collins St., to the Church
of Scientology has been met
by townsfolk with all the
enthusiasm of a vegetarian
pondering a slab of baby-
back ribs.
Really now, can you blame
these people for feeling that
way?
In the 50-year history of
the Church of Scientology,
accurately or riot, there have
been countless accusations
of brainwashing and crack-
pot psychotherapy. Throw in
a host of Web sites exposing
some of Scientology's
purported dirty secrets and
claims of overarching greed
and you can understand why
there are people who feel
uneasy about the Church of
Scientology coming into
town.
Add to the mix the fact
that the heart of the church's
beliefs centers on the claim
that every human's stresses
are the souls of aliens attach-
ing themselves to our bodies
and you have some of the
fear and madness depicted
by Orson Welles and "War of
the Worlds."
One of the minor myste-
ries of the modern world is
why apparently intelligent
people are still taken in by
people telling such tales of
science fiction. How does a


normal person, or a small
group of people, or even an
entire community, get swept
up into the conviction that
science fiction is a terrifying
reality?
But the quintessential
question is can the Church
of Scientology coexist with
Plant City without the
struggles and strife found in
other cities? Can Plant City
coexist with the Church of
Scientology without being
ensnared by our own imagi-
nations and prejudices?
In these troubled times of
religious strife and intoler-
ance in many places around
the world it is good to
recognize that Plant City is a
place of abiding faith in
Christian principles and
religious tolerance; a place
where the Bible lies open in
the entry way; a place where
Christians don't park their
brains at the door and
commit "intellectual sui-
cide."
Does Plant City have the
moral and ethical fiber and
the religious tolerance to
coexist with the Church of
Scientology?
Actually, yes.
Jerry Lofstrom
Lofstrom is the owner of the
Whistle Stop Cafe.


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Junior Women's Club last month, raising $2,025 for the
group. The money will go to the group's shoe project,
which benefits area school children who might not be able
to afford new shoes. Last year, the club outfitted more
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Heritage Award For Robert Trinkle


GALA CEREMONY
APRIL 29
Staff Report
Plant City native and attor-
ney Robert Trinkle will receive
the Heritage Award from the
Plant City Photo Archives at its
fourth annual gala, "Evening
of Picture Perfect Memories,"
April 29.
The event will take place at
the John R. Trinkle Commu-
nity Center at the Plant City
campus of the Hillsborough
Community College.
Previous winners of the
award are D.E. Bailey and Jim
Redman.
"Robert Trinkle has accom-
plished so much for the Plant
City community that it would
take a great deal of time to list
all of his outstanding accom-
plishments," said Ed Verner,
president of the archives. "It is
our honor to bestow the Heri-
tage Award to Robert Trinkle."
A graduate of Plant City
High School, where he was co-
captain of the football team,
Trinkle graduated from Indi-
ana University. He went on to
graduate from the University
of Michigan Law School and is
president of Trinkle, Redman,


Swanson & Coton, a Plant City
law firm. He is a former
member of the board of direc-
tors at the South Florida Bapt-
ist Hospital, a past president
of the Florida Strawberry Fes-
tival and was the 1966 Plant
City "Citizen of the Year."
Trinkle is married to the
former Ann Hammer, and
they have four daughters,
Beth, Amy, Meg and Rebecca.
Tickets for the 2006 gala are
$125 per person.
The black-tie optional event
includes a champagne recep-
tion, gourmet dinner, beve-
rages and entertainment
provided by the Imperial Sym-
phony Orchestra Pops group
of Lakeland.
The gala benefits the
archives, a nonprofit
organization that collects and
preserves photographs, nega-
tives and related documents
that depict the history of Plant
City. The archives will have an
expanded photographic dis-
play of old Plant City for guests
to view. This year the theme
will be "When We Where
Kids."
To make reservations,
checks should be made pay-
able to Plant City Photo
Archives and mailed to: P.O.
Box 1118, Plant City, FL 33564.
Information: 754-1578.


Photos courtesy or the Plant City Photo Archives Inc.
Robert Trinkle, above, will
receive the Heritage
Award from the Plant City
Photo Archives April 29.
At left, Mark Thielen will
conduct the Imperial
Symphony Orchestra of
Lakeland's Pops Ensemble
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before he could vote for the rezoning.
It's not the only development for
Park Road. Also on April 10, the com-
mission will consider a rezoning
request from North Park Isles. That
proposal covers 397 acres just north of
the Park Square property. North Park
Isles, if approved, would include a
minimum of 477 single-family lots and
a maximum of 470 town homes.
There is also strong speculation,
commissioners said, that a Wal-Mart
will be built within the near future on
North Park Road, across the street
from the proposed Park Square Town-
homes.
Lott said he's concerned about
combined effects the projects will have
on area roads and schools. "We
shouldn't look at these projects sepa-
rately, when the impact of each project
will add to the overall impact in that
area," he said.

Private airstrip approved
Also at the March 27 meeting, the
commission unanimously OK'd a pri-
vate airstrip, rezoning eight acres
owned by Ed Verner north of Interstate
4 and east of Wilder Road. Landowners
west of the 1,800-foot long, 150-foot
wide airstrip complained in a public
meeting March 13 that it would adver-
sely effect the safety and well-being of
the residents in the area.
Dicks said the evidence presented
by representatives of those opposed to
the airstrip proved to be based on
opinion rather than fact.
Commissioner Bill Dodson said his
concerns about safety at private land-
ing strips, the history of private strips
operating in the area during the past
40 years, and Hillsborough County


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Reporter George Graham of The Tampa Tribune was recognized by the city commission March 27 with a proclamation for
"his outstanding journalistic career," that began in 1951 as a sportswriter for the Jamaica Daily Express. Graham is retiring
at the end of March, having worked with the Tribune since March 2003, and covering the city commission since May 2005.
Graham's career included work with the Clearwater Sun and the Timmins Press in Timmins, Ontario, Canada, a small gold


mining town.
and Federal Aviation Administration
rules regulating private air strips have
been adequately addressed for him to
vote for approval of the zoning
change.
Flight limitations would include:
A maximum of five aircraft
permanently based at the airstrip.
No more than 10 aircraft located
on the strip at any one time.
No more than three flights (take off
and landing being one flight) on Mon-
day through Friday.
On Saturdays and Sundays, the
number of daily flights shall not exceed


six flights.
+ Takeoffs and landings only allowed
between one half hour before sunrise
and one half hour after sunset.
Pilots using the landing strip will
observe noise abatement procedures
favoring northeast departures and
landings to limit the impact to sur-
rounding property owners.

Other action
In other action, the commissioners:
Renamed the police headquarters
Michael S. Sparkman Police Center
and renamed Willamette Drive, the


road leading to the station, to Police
Center Drive.
Approved by a 4-1 vote a modifica-
tion of a downtown development plan
regulating height requirements.
Developers will now be allowed to
build 60 and 70 feet high for buildings
with 10,000 and 15,000 square feet of
ground floor space, respectively.
If it the new building is a residential
structure, it will also be required to
have a minimum parking of 1.5 spots
for each residential space.
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Criminal mischief, 5 p.m.,
800 block of North Johnson
Street
Aggravated battery, 7:50
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Vehicle burglary, 8 p.m.,
4600 block of North Country
Hills Court
Vehicle theft, 9:48 p.m.,
1200 block of Townsgate
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Vehicle theft, 9:48 p.m.,
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Vehicle burglary, 12:30
p.m., 0-100 block of Plum
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block of James L. Redman
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Vehicle theft, 12:01 a.m.,
1200 block of West Reynolds
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Vehicle theft, 12:30 a.m.,
700 block of North Mobley
Street
Robbery, 10:30 a.m., 1800
block of Charles Avenue
Criminal mischief, 6 p.m.,
4500 block of Reynolds Creek
Drive
Vehicle burglary, 7 p.m.,
1900 block of Cedar Run
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p.m., 3100 block of Coronet
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her, I couldn't have gotten
through everything. She has
an awesome ministry with
children. Our daughter,
Kristin, 21, is a student at the
University of Tampa. Daniel,
19, attends Hillsborough
Community College and is a
MP in the U.S. Army Reserve.
Jason, 16, goes to Plant City
High.
Q: What makes a good
marriage?
A: Simple, it's communica-
tion.
Q: What's the most critical
challenge the church faces?
A: Connecting people to
Christ. I say it all the time. As
we develop ministries, I ask,
"How is this going to connect
people to Christ?" That's our
job. It's just that simple.
Getting the word out, getting
people here to hear the gospel
message.
Q: What will they find at
Hope?
A: This is a place where
sharing Christ's love isn't just
talked about, it's experienced.
All ages get involved in
worship.
Q: Do you enjoy the
Strawberry Festival?
A: It's a staple. It brings this
community together. The
unity it brings about in Plant
City is awesome. I love to just
walk around.
Q: What floats your boat
about Plant City?
A: As much as it's growing,
it still has the small-town
charm. Whatever you could
want, this place is central for
all of it.
Q: Is there anything you try
not to miss on television?


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The Dade City Cruise-in benefits
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A: Probably the CSI-type
shows. They're fascinating,
and after a while you can even
learn a little bit. Then, having
worked in politics, I try to stay
keenly in touch with news. I
jump around, but if I watched
one news program the most it
would probably be Brian
Williams, "NBC Nightly
News," something along
those lines.

Q: What's the most exciting
thing in ministry?
A: Everything! I thoroughly
enjoy the ministry. You've got
to have fun in ministry.
Q: How many people
attend Hope?
A: Membership is 330. We
have around 200 in worship
on a given Sunday.
Q: What book has touched
you recently?
A: "A Skeleton in God's
Closet," by Paul Maier
(Nelson Press). And "More
than a Skeleton in God's
Closet." I couldn't put them
down. They held me there
and made me think.
Q: Who's brain would you
like to pick?
A: Martin Luther, just to sit
at his feet and listen. And C.F.
Walther (founder of Missouri
Synod Lutherans).
Q: What scripture sums up
being a Christian?
A: "Your attitude should be
the same as that of Christ
Jesus ..." (Philippians 2:5)
Derek Maul
Do you have someone you
would like to see us profile in
this column? Call Derek Maul
at 245-2304 or e-mail him at
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Staff Report
U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. Kevin D.
Akins was a natural leader who had
found his niche in life when he died,
say friends and family.
"He had found what he was looking
for" by serving in the Army, said his
mother, Libby Garrison Hansen.
Friends and family plan a memorial
service for Akins on April 7 at 11 a.m. at
First United Methodist Church, 303 N.
Evers St.
Akins and three other soldiers died
March 12 when a bomb exploded near
their Humvee west ofAsadabad, Afgha-
nistan.
"He was rambunctious and loved
life," Hansen said. "He had a heart as


big as a house and would do anything
for anyone. I am very patriotic and feel
very proud of him."
"He had a strong character and was
very determined," said his stepfather,
Herbie Hansen. "He was a no-nonsense
man."
Akins, 29, was born Jan. 10, 1977, and
grew up in Plant City. He attended
Plant City High School and enlisted in
the Army Reserves on July 31, 2000. He
was deployed in Iraq in support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom in March
2003, returning 12 months later. In
February 2005, Akins, who was then
living in North Carolina and working as
a grocery store manager, was deployed
for 18 months to Afghanistan. He
cleared minefields and roads as part of
the 391st Engineer Battalion.
"He was a natural leader with a leg-
endary work ethic," said Akins'
commanding officer in Afghanistan in


a letter to his parents. "No one out-
worked 'Big Ake.' He led by example
and was a natural leader that soldiers
desired to follow. Sgt. Akins' values -
honor and loyalty--made him someone
that was always standing beside you
when the going got tough. There was
no one tougher and no one you would
rather have standing by your side."
Akins received several awards and
commendations during his service
including the Bronze Star, Purple
Heart, Army Commendation Medal
and the Army Reserve Achievement
medal.
He was buried March 21 with full
military honors in North Carolina.
"It's where he wanted to be buried.
He really liked it up there," said his
mother.
Akins is survived by his mother,
father, stepfather, five sisters and two
brothers.


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U.S. Army Sgt. Kevin Donudell
Akins, who was raised in Plant City,
was killed March 12 in Afghanistan.
A memorial service for friends and
family is planned April 7 at First
United Methodist Church, 303 N.
Evers St.


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humor of the grand old sport.
Tickets: $20, $27 and $38.
Call: 682-7553.


MONDAY
Grant workshop
The Compassion Capital
Fund Grant Workshop for
faith-based and community-
based organizations will be
offered April 3 from 1 to 3 p.m.
at Allen Chapel AME Church,
1109 E. Laura St.
Priority areas include at-risk
youth, the homeless, marriage
education, social services and
more.
Registration: 1-877-767-
7293 or www.elitebus-
inessmgmt.com.


Art Guild meeting
The East Hillsborough Art
Guild plans to meet April 3
between 7 and 9 p.m. at the
Woman's Club of Plant City,
1110 N. Wheeler St. Nelida
DiLorenzo, a member of the
guild, as well as the Zeph-
yrhills Art Club and the Bran-
don League of Fine Art, will
demonstrate the art of minia-
tures.
Call: 752-9660.


TUESDAY
Toddler, Story Time
Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St., will offer
the following children's pro-
grams on Tuesdays through-
out March:
..> Toddler Time for ages 15
to 30 months and their care-
givers, 9:30 a.m. Stories, finger
plays and songs make up the


20-minute program.
I 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.

Christian women's club
The Plant City Christian
Women's Club plans a "New
Things About Old Things" lun-
cheon April 4 at 11:30 a.m. at
Walden Lake Golf & Country
Club. Cost is $12. Speaker will
be Heather Sanchez from
Collins Street Junction Anti-
ques & Collectibles. RSVP:
Carol, 759-1708.


WEDNESDAY
Story Time
Story Time for ages 3 to 5 who
can sit by themselves in a group
will be presented Wednesdays


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Bring your family and friends! Raise money and
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Donations benefit the Asthma Clinical Research
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at 10 a.m. throughout March at
Thonotosassa Branch Library,
10715 Main St. Stories, finger
plays and songs make up the
30-minute program. Call: 987-
6215.


PLAN AHEAD
Charity golf tourney
The Friends of Jim Stevens
Golf Tournament is set for
April 7 at 1:30 p.m. at Walden
Lake Country Club. The cost of
the modified four-man scram-
ble is $75 per player and $150
per hole sponsorship. Dr. Jim
Stevens was a dentist who died
in 2001 due to cancer. Tourna-
ment proceeds will be donated
to the American Cancer Soci-
ety. Call: 299-2449 or 754-2043.

Friday Night Gospel Sing
A Friday Night Gospel Sing
featuring the Duncan Family
from Seffner will take place
April 7 at 7 p.m. at Mount Zion
Assembly of God Church, 3005
Thonotosassa Road. Paper
donations are requested for
the Real Life Children's Ranch
in Okeechobee. Needed items
include paper plates, toilet
tissue, cups, napkins, etc.
Call: 752-1614.

Church yard sale
A yard sale is planned for
April 8 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
Shiloh Baptist Church, 905
Terrace Drive. Call: 752-8345
or 754-7445.

DEATHS
Continued From Page 11
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and was a U.S. Navy
veteran of World War II.
He was retired from C.F.
Industries.
He is survived by his wife,
Miriam; two daughters,
Bonnie Pearson Boswell of
Plant City and Patricia Roberts
of Lakeland; and three grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Williams
Richard Williams, 68, of
Dover died March 20.
He was a welder.
He is survived by his wife,
Myrtle "Babe."
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Rice
Alton J. Rice, 84, of Plant
City died March 21.
He was born in Mebane,


The Florida Opry
The Florida Opry will pres-
ent The Southern Star Blue-
grass Band and othei
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.

Hurricane preparedness
seminar
The Federation of Manufac-
tured Home Owners of Florida
plans a seminar on hurricane
preparedness at 10 a.m. April 8
in the clubhouse at the Mead-
ows of Country Wood, 645
Estate Way.
Reservations are required.
Call 754-8344 or 719-2976.

PCHS class of 1936 reunion
The Plant City High School
class of 1936 plans a 70th
reunion at 11 a.m. April 8 al
the Orange Blossom Tea,
Room, 106 S. Evers St. Call:
(863) 896-0688.

Kindergarten roundup
Walden Lake Elementalr
School, 2800 Turkey Creeli
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 ol
residency are needed for reg-
istration. Call: 757-9433.


N.C., and moved here from
there in 2003.
He was a U.S. Army Air
Force veteran of World War II
and a member of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars.
He was the owner of Rice's
Feed Mill and attended First
Baptist Church of Mebane.
He is survived by a daughter,
Betty J. Neese of Mebane;
three stepsons, Earl CampbeLl
Jr. of Fort Pierce, Floyd W
Clark Jr. of Plant City and T.
Michael Clark of Morristown.
Tenn.; two stepdaughters.
Bobbie Jean Thompson of
Plant City and Brenda Hicks of
Troy, Ala.; two sisters, Annie
May Johnson of Mebane and
Pauline Anderson of High
Point, N.C.; and two grand-
children.


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Army Reserve Pfc. Amanda
D. Nye has graduated from
nine weeks of basic training at
Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
Nye is the daughter of
Deidra Murphy of Plant City
and is a 2004 graduate of Plant
City High School.

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Army National Guard Pvt.
Melissa A. Turner has gradu-
ated from nine weeks of basic
combat training at Fort Jack-
son, Columbia, S.C.
She is the granddaughter of
Vaddie Hall of Plant City.

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Navy Seaman Mallory K.
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ANNIVERSARIES

Smith 50th anniversary
Ben and Rachel Smith will
celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary Feb. 24.
They were married in 1956
in Plant City.
The former Rachel Brown is
a native of Plant City and is
retired from Hillsborough
County Schools. She enjoys
cooking and gardening.
Ben was born in Broxton,
Ga., and came here as a child.
He is the retired owner of
Smitty's Body Shop. He is an
accomplished artist and loves
to play guitar.
They are active members of
Trinity United Methodist
Church.
They have a son, Benny of
Plant City; three daughters,
Vicky Lokey of Clearwater,
Cindy Butner of Lithia and
Lori Highsmith of Lakeland;
and five grandchildren.

Scott 60th anniversary
Ron and Shirley Scott cele-
brated their 60th wedding
anniversary Feb. 14 at a party
hosted by their family at their
home.
The couple was married
Feb. 11, 1946, in Royal Oak,
Mich.


Navy basic training at Recruit
Training Command, Great
Lakes, Ill.
She is the daughter of James
R. and Charlene B. Butter-
worth of Plant City and is a
2004 graduate of Brandon
High School, Brandon.


Casey
Navy Airman Joshua Casey
and his fellow shipmates
recently returned from a
scheduled deployment while
assigned to the aircraft carrier
U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt,
homeported in Norfolk, Va.
Casey's unit launched 10,
000 combat flights totaling
nearly 30,750 flight hours and
provided surveillance, recon-
naissance and close air
support to ground forces in
Iraq.
Casey is the son of Leo and
Jannie Knighten of Plant City.


The former Shirley L.
Crumb was born in Clawson,
Mich., and came here in 1982.
Ron was born in Dearborne,
Mich., and came here in 1981.
He worked on the Branch
Ranch.
They have two sons, Ron C.
Jr. of Alpena, Mich., and Bryan
D. of De Witt; two daughters,
Linda Mischley of Clawson,
Mich., and Sharon G. Miller of
Plant City; 17 grandchildren;
and 10 great-grandchildren.

Hicks 50th anniversary
Stuart and Kathy Hicks cel-
ebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary at a surprise party
hosted by their children last
month in the Magnolia Room
at Hollis Gardens in Lakeland.
Many relatives and friends
attended from Plant City,
including old high school
friends.
The couple were married
Nov. 5, 1955, in Decatur, Ga.
They have four sons, Jeb of
Plant City, Steve and Pat, both
of Lakeland, and Randy of
Merritt Island and three
daughters, Teresa of Seffner,
Debbie of Windermere and
Melissa of Rockledge.


CLUBS
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Alexander St. Call: Kathie, 719-7668.

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

Plant City Rotary
The Plant City Noonday Rotary Club meets Mondays at
noon at the Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St. Call: Steve Salo-
man, 299-2233.

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 BuddyFreddys, 1101 Gold-
finch 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 Stanton, (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 Restau-
rant, 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, 1405 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 Thurs-
day of every month at 6:45 a.m. at the Orange Blossom 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 University National Alumni Association'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.

PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High School Class of 1951 meets the second
Tuesday of the month at the Ramada Inn.
Call: 752-8479.

PCHS Class of 1953
The Plant City High School Class of 1953 meets the second
Tuesday of each month at 11:30 a.m. at Tony's Airside Restau-
rant at the Lakeland Airport.
Call: 752-6317 or 633-0029.

Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of Plant City meets the first Friday of
every month from 7 to 8:45 p.m. at Ms. Cherie's Art & Frame
Shop, 119 W. Alexander. St.
The group was formed to help children appreciate art and
participate in hands-on activities.
Call: 719-6887.

Turkey Creek Class of 1955
The Turkey Creek High School Class of 1955 meets the
fourth Thursday of the month at 8:30 a.m. at BuddyFreddys,
1401 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
All classmates, teachers and staff members are encouraged
to attend.
Call: 986-1193.

Winter Visitor's Club
The Winter Visitor's Club meets for business and potluck
dinners every Monday at 5:30 p.m. .
Membership is $10 per year and includes shuffleboard
tournaments.
Call: 754-4130 or 757-9165.

Lions Club
The Plant City Lions Club meets Tuesdays at noon at the
Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
Call: Judy Barta, 752-6193.

PCHS Class of 1958
The Plant City High Class of 1958 meets for breakfast the
fourth Tuesday of every month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's Farmers
Market Restaurant, 1401 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Call: 659-0421.


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ROBERT CONE/Staff photos
Left, going for his 22nd career victory, Tony Garcia came up a bit short in Durant's title game
against Hillsborough at the 26th annual Saladino Baseball Tournament. The 3-2 loss was Garcia's
first of the season, but it didn't lessen the Cougars' achievement. Posting a 5-1 record in the
tournament, Durant had three players named to the all-tournament team in shortstop Jeremy
Fussell, right fielder Chip Bowden and pitcher Carmine Giardina. Above, Giardina receives the
trophy for tournament MVP from Vernon Korhn, the county's athletic director, who was at the
closing ceremony in Tony Saladino's absence. Saladino was with his wife, Bertha, who was hospi-
talized Thursday because of blood clots. It was the first final game either Saladino has missed in
the 26 years of the event. Early in the tourney, Giardina broke the record for strikeouts in a game
with 16, then equaled the feat in the semifinal against Wharton. The old record for total strike-
outs by a single pitcher in the event was 23, but Giardina's 32 shattered that mark.


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Durant Wins Awards, Loses In Saladino Title Game


GIARDINA EARNS MVP
By ROBERT CONE
rcone@mediageneral.com
Though they may have given up a
trip to the beach or a chance to travel
on their spring break, Durant's base-
ball players will always remember this
year's Saladino Baseball Tournament,
The Cougars fell just short of a
championship, losing 3-2 to Hills-
borough in the title game, but the Sal-
adino was filled to the brim with
championship moments for Durant.
After the final game, three Cougars
were named to the All-Tournament
team: shortstop Jeremy Fussell, out-
fielder Chip Bowden and pitcher Car-
mine Giardina.
All Giardina did was break the record
for strikeouts in a game with 16 against
Alonso in a 3-2 victory in the Cougars'
tournament opener March 18. Five
days, later, the left-hander mowed


down another 16 in the semifinal
-against Wharton. Two games, 32
strikeouts, shattering the old tourna-
ment record for total strikeouts by a
pitcher of 23, set by Chamberlain's
Steven Howard in 2004. Giardina's
efforts earned him the tournament's
Most Valuable Player Award.
As for Fussell, the sophomore short-
stop broke a tournament record for
most hits, going 12-for-18 in Durant's
six games. The feat was enough for
Fussell to claim the tournament's Best
Hitter Award, which he shared with
Hillsborough's Orlando Bacon, who
mirrored Fussell's record-breaking
12-for-18 performance for the winning
Terriers.
"For us, it's a part of history. We're
the first Durant team to reach the
final," said head coach Ron Fussell,
also known as dad to Jeremy and his
brother, senior outfielder Josh Fussell.
"They'll be able to talk about it for
years to come. It's a good sign of hard


work, and I'm very proud."
Jeremy Fussell told his father he
wanted to break out this season and
show what he could do.
"I think he did that with emphasis,"
said Ron Fussell. "He's very humble


SAs tournament
representative Ken
Highsmith holds a micro-
phone, Lithia's Cory, right,
and Jarrod Walker play the
national anthem on their
guitar and mandolin,
respectively. Sons of
Brandon dentist David
Walker, Cory is a 10th
grader at Durant and
.' Jarrod is an eighth-grader
at Turkey Creek Middle
School. After the anthem,
S a ceremonial first pitch
was thrown by Tampa Bay
T.: I Devil Rays President
Matthew Silverman.
and a good student and person. I'm
proud to be his coach, but I'm more
proud to be his father."
Earlier in pool play, another Cougar
reached a milestone mark as Tony
See SALADINO, Page 27


SHARP CUTS


Similar Strokes,


Different Folks


In what has been a season
that's gone pretty true to
expectations, longtime
Raiders boys tennis coach
Dale Rice has still dealt with
a few surprises. But they've
been good ones.
The Raiders saw their
record lift to 6-2 with a win
Monday over Tampa Bay
Tech. Plant City won every
match against Tampa Bay
Tech, and included among
the victors were two players
who joined the starting
lineup this year.
James Newsome was on


the team last year, but was
unable to crack a strong
starting lineup. Now, News-
ome has provided a first for
the program.
"In my 21 years of coach-
ing here, I've never had a
home-schooled player on
the team," Rice said. News-
ome meets with the team at
Walden Lake, or for road
matches must drive to the
school for a 1:30 departure.
Rice said that last year,
Newsome was a little shy
because of his situation, but
that has changed.


DAREK
SHARP


"Oh, he's come out of his
shell. In fact, he's got some
pretty good one-liners he'll
drop in on you, some of
them pretty vicious. He's fun
to be around," said Rice.
Also new to the lineup is
Dustin Hinson, a freshman
See SHARP, Page 27


PCHS Administrator Wants Wall

Of Fame To Inspire Students


CELEBRATES ATHLETIC,

ACADEMIC
ACHIEVEMENTS
ByDAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
As soon as next year, Plant
City High will have a wall of
fame, a visible sign reminding
students of some of the great
contributors to the school.
And if a current student is
inspired to one day see his
face on the display, well, that's
kind of the idea.
"Really, it's trying to get
some pride into the school,"
said Trent Hobbs, the Raiders
boys soccer coach and an


assistant principal at PCHS.
Hobbs has started the proj-
ect and is dedicated to making
the wall of fame a reality for
the next school year. He makes
a tough admission in explain-
ing why.
"Truthfully, school spirit
here is not at the high point it
should be. This is something
that will show, and hopefully
bring, more pride, to the
school," he said. "If it's a
chemistry teacher who went
on to win a Nobel Prize, you
know, the kids can look up
there and at the very least
work harder in chemistry
class."
Though Hobbs comes from
a sports perspective, he said
See WALL OF FAME, Page 27


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ROBERT CONE /itaffphoto
With Durant Principal Pam Bowden, Cougars head coach Ron
Fussell, left, accepts the runner-up trophy from Vernon Korhn,
county athletic director.


SALADINO
Continued From Page 26
Garcia equaled the school
record for victories over his
career with 21. Though Garcia
lost in the championship
game, he has anchored the
pitching staff all year, often
pitching better than the
higher-profile hard-throwing
left-hander Giardina.
"He's (Garcia) a great com-
petitor, and he's not going to
complain about losing,"
Coach Fussell said. "He'll just
work that much harder now."
As for Giardina's record-
setting efforts, Coach Fussell
knew the senior was going
into the tournament with
something to prove.
"Carmine showed every-
body here that he's the real


deal. He's a classic leader for
our team. He pitched with a
lot of heart," said Coach
Fussell.
After its 5-1 showing in the
tournament, Durant boasts a
14-4 record and will be the
second seed in the upcoming
district tournament April 24.
For Plant City, there was a
chance heading into the final
day of pool play that the
Raiders could have won their
group, but they were
mathematically eliminated
when Robinson defeated
Sickles in the afternoon.
Then Tuesday night the
Raiders were shut down by
Bloomingdale 12-0.


SHARP
Continued From Page 26
who in August decided to
play tennis not just for the
Raiders, but in general.
His improvement
throughout the season has
been "tremendous," accord-
ing to Rice. Daniel Ruel, a
golf standout, has joined the
team and already has been
elevated to No. 2 player
status.
Last year's No. 2, behind
standout Clay Bavinger, is
Kyle Eason, who has done
well against much stronger
competition at his new No. 1


spot in the rotation.
"Now he's playing against
guys that play year-round,"
Rice said.
Martin Girling and Drew
Charles both won their
matches 6-0, 6-0 on Monday.
Eason's most impressive
result might actually have
been a loss against Wharton,
by the close score of 7-5, 6-4.
Wharton on Monday
knocked off previously
unbeaten Hillsborough.
Speaking of unbeatens,
the Raider boys have to face
the area's strongest team (by
far) in Newsome this after-
noon. Plant City's girls are 7-
1 and also face Newsome
today.


MARCH 30, 2006 THE COURIER 27

Diamond action
It would be a good idea to
make it out to Durant on
Friday night, when the
Raiders and Cougars face off
simultaneously in baseball
and softball.
Durant's softball team is
no longer undefeated, but
still packs a wallop. The
Cougars played in a spring
tournament at Dunedin this
weekend, beating the hosts
3-0 on a shutout by Brittney
Crabb.
In the finals of their group,
the Cougars lost 4-3 to
Seminole (17-4), despite a
home run from freshman
Kelsey Horton.


WALL OF FAME


Continued From Page 26
the wall of fame will be to rec-
ognize great academic
achievement, anything in the
arts, really just great accom-
plishment in general.
But the club will be exclu-
sive. The first unveiling of the
wall of fame, Hobbs said, will
include just five members -
and that will be it for the first
year.
"After that, my idea is we'll
probably add two per year. So
these are truly people who
have been special in what
they've done," Hobbs said.
The wall will be in the mall
area of the school, always
heavily populated before
classes start, during lunch and
between classes. Similar dis-
plays can be found only at a
handful of schools in the area.


Plant City High Athletic Direc-
tor Dina Sposaro worked at
Brandon, where a wall of fame
exists.
With such a small group of
inductees, the selection pro-
cess will be especially crucial,
and that's where the commu-
nity is being asked to help.
"I need volunteers," said
Hobbs. There will be a wall of
fame committee, but its mem-
bers will rotate. "We'll have
members of the PTSA and the
boosters club, but just people
in the community, too."
To reach Hobbs, call 757-
9370, Ext. 251.
Wall of fame members do
not actually have to be gradu-
ates of Plant City High. They
could have attended the
original Plant City secondary


school or just be someone
who, in Hobbs' words, ha,
"done unbelievable stuff foi
Plant City High."
Nominees must have beer
out of school for 10 years.
One of the biggest names
from an athletic point of view
is Horace Broadnax. Probably)
the second most prominent
athlete is Kenny Rogers, bul
the pitcher needs to clear E
hurdle first before he can be
considered.
"You can't have a felony or
your record," Hobbs said.
Thanks to Rogers' now-
famous incident with a TX
cameraman, he was charge
with felony assault. But thai
will be reduced to a misde-
meanor if Rogers takes anger-
management classes.


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1-$00072obo Call 813-787-1260 sc.Can delivery at der in lim- seer split systems new ice? $24.95BasicGet
1t,10-742-4380 813-363-0097; 477-9019 MATTRESSES nt t kow in box with factor war- ec ecteduickly!
-0097; 477-9019.FUTON 3 sets, double sided pil- your dealer!145r exl ranty@ wholesale pri- Qualify with: Medicare,
GARDEN of Memdries, 1 RenewCha ng Antiques / w Medium oak, honeyfin w op, wi warranty. 7604 Broadway 6- 7 ces. sample: Sit 2on AFDC/TANF, Sectioon 8,
burial plot, vault & Te/ rtho Matress set new ish,9 layer matt, new In Never used. Can deliver. 8307 Armen ia 933-8288. 726 3ton $82 4ton
mrk.also 1urn & Tub, Tine, Sink & Chip Collectibles inplastic. Can deliver box, cost $625, sell $315 King set-$345. 9 3 1, LIHEAP Long dis-
612-9739 after, aso A urn & urn Repa ir. Commercial 1 tueetn less 4000 w777 5, de available, no de-
vault. Asking $1050. Residential Srs. War- 81-363-0097; 477-9019 4 uee house R$275efrAPPLIANC sher49 posit, keep same num-
612-9739 after 6pm. ranty.Quick Response, Advertising Memorabilia $195 Kg Pillow Tp b 128 Full set-240 DRYER $7997 &8 pos. a70-
GARDEN of Memories, 1 Insured ServinFloridae Mo ouft, Weller, Rose- Ortho Maress se, new HOUSEHOLD FURN. Lake 813-293-7621 WASHER $140er1 -487- 8286





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burial plot, vault & Over lOyrs."Florida's ville, N.C. po t. inplastic. Can deliver Magdalene, All upscale FRIDGE $150 A/C New In Box Espanol.
marker, also i urn & urn Tub Doctor." coins, treasure, CoLk e 81 -363-0097; 477-9019 M i-end, 6 pc. cherry ent. to 12 MonthWarranty Complete systems 2 ton ol
vault As ing $1050. 1-888-686-9005 colec neon signs, retail $6, sell $3K. M ATcee ISS SET, Queen, AUTHORIZED MAYTAG $169; 2-1/2 ton $yex1795;
612-9739 after 6pm.813-2T ove ostergas BED Electric twin Lane 8thr sectional re uxu pillowtop, 4000w Kennedy 281-0777 3 ton $1895; 3-1/2 ((Musical Instruments0
N 2 ae r$5K. dBUR POOL TABLE pumps, unred s o w/plush mattress. tail $5K,sell 50. 1 xceent condition, less PARTS TODAY $1995; 4 ton $2095;.5
8' solidwood professio- collectable iaero t Head & feet adjust & vi- pc Paradislo dining sef, than a yr old. $500. 11900 Nebraska 972-4242 tono$2195.5 yrs warr on GUITAR Guild, top of the
GARN80O e inal, stillcrated, I" ItMe- original wax fig rate. Purchased at retail $6K sell 38 0. 4 Call 813-362-2334
lake. 2ots Stier HOT S ian slate leather pock- ures, and thousands of Macys Like new Asking pc Italian fthr soa, love APPLIANCES 21yrsSexp.StateScert.aLic n
Per etual car e. ets, wall rack, 4-cues, decorative items. All $800. 813-293-5887 chr & ottoman, retail Need a house? Refrigs, stov, washers # CAC057499 Call Mike ncue e
0bth 352-637-4164. complete, can must see items! Listed $5K sell $2800o en't dwell in I& drers. $1 &up.e- 6a-150
$36 0ds -b d eliver/install! Cost in ONE TANK TRIPS as a BED Queen, Headboard 813-478-8995 the wrong place. Gidden's Appliances 813-661-2167 Call 352-596-1730
GARDEN OF MEM $5K, Sacrifice $1450, must-see Fla Store & rame, Wesle Alen, 6201 Broaway.
Splots together or will matching dinintop Vsit Famous Treasures Wrought Iron, $200 obo VING rm set, 2 full sz l813-620-1590 ORGAN, Estey Freedom
ivie. Located in more $49587 4312 Land Laes d Chest of Drawers & Mir- sofas, 1 w/2 reclrs 1 l Estate resource.
v. LO D or 954-648-9506. LOL, Fla34639. rori Solid Lite Pine, sleeper, 1 reclnr, coffee Find the key to your Air Citoners th bench, double key-
favorable section. Toll free: -788-1819 tn0 new dream home You'll be satisfied X2 Carrier, 10 ton. oar, easnj play, xcel-
$5,000 obo 813-245-0939TMutSihinn, $300 tblw 2 end tis like new Also X2 Trane, 12-1/2 lent con ition, $500.
5000 Bo MustSe 813-983-1974 $70obo 813-1-9260 in Classifieds. with Classifieds. ton. Call 727-581-9293 352-567-3238
SUNSET MEMORY OAR- FENCE SALE COCOA COLA Soda Ma-
DENS, 2 lots, call for 6 X 8 Stockade chine Vendo 44 $3500 R 1 8
extras, Value is $5K. OnTA$19.95 also Vendo 39 w2,500 BEDROOM 1-8pc
Sell for $3K obo. Hurry While Supp lies Mint! Restored! King/Queen .a
Call 813-681-4350 Last. s 813-681-90 81 813-404-8787 All Cherry, med finish. All
2 Mauso Crpts lstLvl HOT Tub sale! Buy facto- PERSIAN Rug, 35yo 6x9 dravers American dove-
rdn Memrs/ChoLts ry direct 3 pearson $999 Bri/ht red. rig $ o500 b'C never used still inc
Owing $10Kpr Ov O+6 4-5 person $2100, 5-6 $1y00 obo. Cert of Au-D b$4,8 deliver cost
Grave spcsseesGrdno Erson $3999. Real thenticity incl. (813) seld $51,575.
Chimes $l700esOBO L i holesale Prices with 657-7014 Serious ofers www.solidwood
516-632-5110 LvMsg Full Factory Warranty & bedrooms.com
S e r v I c e WANTED: Depression 813-293-7621
Ceal t rind ot b www.AbodeLeisure.co glass, china, figurines,
Legal Services C owm 1-866-364-8074. post cards, costume BEDROOM SET, Child,
jewelry, gold & silver, Pine, Crib converts to
$99.95 FLORIDA CORP. olls, toys, collectibles, youth/full bed. Dresser
Complete & Includes MEMORY FOAM ALL VIS- Donna, 813-323-7863 /Changing TbI Night
State Fees Corporate CO New Orthopedic Stand Mirror, Y1Box,
Book& Seal.Freeinfor- NASA Mattresses 20 CCJewelry & Watches) n $600. fB13-908-315 x
mation packet. www. Year Warranty Cost $ -
amerilawyer.com or $1995, sell, $399 Queen; BEAUTIFUL 2ct & Ict olat ............
callMiami-Dade..-(305) $499 King. All sizes solitaire rinys.Certified- BEDROOMSUS-D
854-0000Browar(954) available. Fast Free Flor- solitaire rings Certi8ed. BE
630.9800 Tampa (813) ida Delivery, Original Aust sell. Oy $8 & $9K.Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
8712-500 kT Fee. rw e5) 7 2ro $3500. 800-792-5870 Wicker & Rattan, many
-442-53 o llFr $ Guaranteed Best to choose. 813-876-1566
603-3900. Spiegel & Price! Elec. Adjustables; NEW G.I.A. GG wishes www.qualitywicker.com
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((Musical Instruments) [ Medical Equipment)) Office Equipment/ 1 Restaurant / Hotel] (( Builders Supplies ]) ( Tools )J ( Sporting Goods ) [(arage & Yard Sales)) (( Dogs )]
PANIO Yamaha Baby AA Rated Donation Do- Furniture/Supplies JJ Equip. JJ DRIVEWAY Gates 6' wide COMPLETE HOME PLANT CITY, 1006 W. BORDER Collies Reg.
Grand C-3, Black, Beaui-R nate Your Car. Boator 10' tall. Black w/gold WOODWORKING SHOP Pool Table 4X8 Mahoney St. Sat, April 1 Health Gtd, Best of Breed
ful Cond. Disc Avail. Real Estate IRS Tax De- STEELCASE & HERMAN SODA Fountain, 12 head, leaf. Iron Gates. Comes Includes: planer, Pro Series 1" Tourna 8 am-12 noon, furniture $250 & Up. www.
Must Sell $8,000 ductible. Free Pick- Miller Workstations, All w/ice disp. Icee Ma- w/3x10' columns. $5000 jointer.2 table saws, ment slate, K66 100% clothes, lawn mower & abcbordercollies.com
727-323-3168 UpTow Any sizes. Lowest Prices chine, walk in cooler, David 305-962-1495 power miter, mortiser, gum rubber raifs, dia- misc items. 407-221-6315
ModellCondition Help Stan 813-966-1072 almost Gondolas, racks, etc. drill press, spindle sand- mond sights, carved cab-
PIANO, B a I d w i n Underprivileged newworkstations.com 813-879-7004/495-6265 GLASS Block er, beltsander, wood net, new in box, never PLANT CITY 2103 John- BOSTON TERRIERS Qual-
8x8x3$160 each kng table with 2 e $3200,sell Fri, Sat & Sun it Hand Raised, RegM
Acrosonic Spinnet with Children ww. USED Chairs, mixers, Piz- 8x8xx 1:75 eachs utcblockt, Co dockto deliver 3/31 4 /27AM WeeksH/C $600
Excellent onition 1-800-693-7911 treahenter.org Computers & za Ovens, Steamer, Granite Sills 4'&6' $15 routertale(3) routers. X-MARK lawn mower, 352-220-0351
$800 obo. 813-231-0510. 0-69-7911 Equipment sandwich Prep, Pizza ea. 813-404-8787 comleteline of power 813293-7621 trailer tools, misc items contenteddogs.com
BED Craftsmatic single. Cos 813-886-1121. LUMBER LIQUIDATORS hr sadder lectrwc i- POOL TABLE Barely used PLANT CITY 2507 Hamil- BOXER PUPS, AKC Cham-
PIANO Boudoir Grand by bed /massaer. Cost AMD2800+NewPC399 HARDWOOD FLOORING er, biter sharner &as- 8ft prof pool table. Oak ton St Hwy 39 N. to pion blood line. Male &
Rogers of London. New $3000 will sell for $1500 64-bit,512mb, 80gb HD, CONTENTS of Restaurant from .99 CENTS SQ. FT. sorted other toeols.all in w/ball claw feet & Monroe St, to Hamilton female. Fawn & Brindle.
keboard/strings. Case hardly used. Incl head- 52xCDRW, WindowsXP. for sale. Call for details: Exotics, Oak Bamboo, good working order more detail (St. Charles Sat & Sun 8 AM til ? $500-$650
re urbished rosewood boar813-920-7821 OneYear Warranty Prefinished & Unfinish well mantaned topof Les).3 piece Italian Lots of Misc Items 813-361-7323
Exc. tone. 6500. Winter ISORM.com Computers 863-412-8133 ed. Bellawood w /50 the lin Delta Rigido sla e, leather rockets,
Haven (863)324-2084 ELECTRIC SC OOT ER 14918 North Floria Ave year refinish, lus A Porter Cable ilwaukee w/accessoryit. PLANT City, 2803 Aston BOXER, spayed female, 1
PRIDE JAZZY & LIFT. 813-264-0408 Lot More! We Deliver etc. All in one sale- $1,450. (813)792-7133 Av, Sat April 8am- year old, house broken,
PIANO SALE, New & Used Will separate. Cost Fixtures An here, 5 Florida Lo- SHOWN BY APPOINT- POOLTABLE, Oak 44x88, dealing & t h ks king
Most Popular Brands $3,800, sell $1,800. AMD $99 Internet Ready Store Fixtures caPions1POOLTAt 44x88 Remodeling Sale. $350. 813-764-M68 or
1-800- MENT ONLY! Plant City LtherC overK Pock- 727-512-1864
In CD Player Grans 813-390-0391 Computer. Laptops & Equip. FLOORG (356-6746) 813-754-6652 or e Lih Aesso PLANT CITY 904 W. 727-512-1864
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs starting at $149. New 813-417-4974 ets, w/ Light & Accesso- PLANT CITY, 904 W.
Best Prices & value noes, at SHEL d T $1,500 Swilley Rd, Yard/Estate BRUSSELS GRIFFON AKC
BestPricall81-85-1 INCONTINENCE? Ad- systems starting at METAL ROOFING SAVE 3i2-188-2181SaleuAntiueYFrnite
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$3/yoU. Adult Briefs From PC Services 931.4976 CSlataWall.MHardwared & manubacturer.n20colors dToolsLitemsSewing MachineF,
f96.CalltodayGlassMuchMore instck w/accun.eieli Lawn & Garden Etc. Lots of Good Stuff. ALSO AKC pups, 8 wks,
SAXAPHONE Selmer Par D13-514-4529. COMPUTER REPAIR $45 813-628-4332 W#1641531 Heavyrn a l Equip t E rTo much to list.c Thr-eens $500ea. 85 38-1869
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4 Ranger 2 excellent con- A new)a Thinking of having males ONLY class Apr Triangle nle* GOFFIN Cockatoo $750.
74 A itiong Motorized ($S10K n BAMBOO FLOORING a garage sale? nd for CWP. Bismark oxtail Indian Ringneck Parrot DOBERMANApups Stun-
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H sci/,,,/ -oa oq' Petland Tampa Vet mlehealthiearts.
WE CLEAN ALL U -Store It 7699 W. Waters Ave 813-677-7931
AR C !LSi.- .l,,r-. sPr,, u-rr,,si 'i.wM-F 11-9 JACK RUSSELL TERRIERS,
i 659-3261 A Dc 813-659-1854 :100%a Financin overvCats, $500.cVariety of
......and 5 Sizes Phone: a81-633- 314 Cell:81l5-615-6472r AP04-07013 home. See us at:
A .W M O O RE RV'S and Farm .;,I ISO lovingramily JACKRussellT rr Pup-
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CRUSHED ASPHALT DRIVE M12X.25Dvea156$350'Brooksville
Fillncret.RT op kSSoi aSel Ap onPatios SlabsTerriers bluesSbrwn PUPPIES akc
Concrete Run, Rock, Sand Preferred Tractor Services Auto, Boat & RV Triuninsir, Lnoseals&fawn. ready rLAB IE
Loader Work 40 Vr Exp. iB 3/18. Health carts, KC reg.yetIow labs papers
S754-1176 Storage nardRfn 1 -1-- shots $500 813-495-3711 $500,600 (863) 324-4312
No Extra Charge toLoae-t19-7530 i", A THN'e r
Retrofit to R-1 34A L.NC reg. 3-F, redtri,1-M LAB PUPS AKC, 7 choc/1
Concrete Coat Eings 3010 Jim Redman A.TROBERTs SMITH ready 3/22,$400 ea tak- blk. Vet checked, 1st
STREE SERVICE g ep.35-793-6773 ises. For apt 81-380-
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-' Emergency Service Tr, 'rn.g Sc.i Flps ARC.1st shotsNC.
..P2eM's& F's Tri-red, $400. LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
2_ on Agricultural ...... An Phs T.. e r (863) 701-7647 863/899- wormed, vet cert. Block
.l ., Ol- I.- L",I,: 0. p2 -jipw o 1585 www.bcranc.net head, champ. bkgrd.
E p nor.I 8139867200 Pedigrees. Parents/
: -Equipment 'Concrele I0i iion 3-763-293 AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD grandparents on site.
813-763,2931 Minis,R All Colors, 400-500352-307-0772
40 9.v D P o .. .. ..Paios Males&Females,Shots &
eWormed Ready to Go! LABRADOODLES now
.1_ ...__ ___ __..________l s 352-628-6048 available, cute, non
V. Reidendial Commercialab% Ray's Welding, BEAGLES, x2, AKC, Male black, incl. health cert.,
"M: UU t -epair all8shots. & tags, well pedigree & are on prem-
Repair o, behaved, not fixed. ises. $900 & $1100. (863)
Lic#CatBi( ifl:.l Ll/Bond.lns 21,, yrS -e $600/both. 813-931-3043 956-8727 Lake Alfred
Lic,-n""ld, Bonded I.Andl. h ed Small & Large Jobs
_A_ LI Cl Over 30 Yrs. Exp. BICHON Gorgeous Pup- LASSA Apso 6 wks 2
S.81, Sn. Turkey Creek Ro.. Plan Ci i pies, Parents on Prem- males Beautiful adora-







i( Dogs )J(. Exotic J) ( o horses s & Gattle 5) ( Driver / delivery 5) J( Restaurantsi Trades 3) J Legal Notices ] ( Legal Notices ]) i( Legal Notices ]
MALTESE Adorable & ti- LLAMAS for Saie, WANTED!! Horses, p0- Hospitality/Clubs ij WELDERS exo in dragline lerk of this Court at
y 8wksAKC HC Wht I:i .r ies, goats, sheep, ucket-reaoir. Chop and Copies ofri11lourt docu- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 302 N Aichigan Av.
i/blko onts.M $800 F F..-W mas, cattle & any ani- DSHWASHER F/T Apply fieid osiion available. ments in this case, in. COURT Plant City, FI 33563be-
i ) 7 Lani ak r as cet cats or Snellgrove's Restau- Longerm positions, cludin orders, are avail- BY: Ellen FP. eubaum fore service on Petition-
51000 863 221-7449 'an 30 Lrakes nArea. as cepttcas, o rat 095 linsc as vail-DSt.be
Web# 1618452 813-996 32 dogs. Tack trailers rant, 9 S Collins St. benefits vacation ay able af the Clerk ofthe Deputy Clerk er immediately
We--b"- 114 6332 Top prices paid. plant City paid holidays. 941-776 Crcuit Court's office, after. If you fail to do
S Good hcu. Va.ynd CTOE$7,5p00 y 211 or 0 63-683-6741, You may review these NO:20283/9:16:23:30.06 so, default may be en-
miscellaneous et ow1 83 'h ,: ,ni N. y I nI TCHEN HELP F/T Aply Call 8am-5pm ask for documents upon IN THE CIRCUIT COURT tered against you or
Snow 813 SIGN-ON BONUS! in person Chancy at- Shawntel or Gary Norris request. OF THE THIRTEENTH JU- the relief demanded in
QOUARIUM, 90 gallons, u fis Shack, N. Park Rd DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND the petition.
.MAL.TESE C.,,. ...i ack marble formica 8oastures & Stalls k Kenan Transport, the 813-754-0477 or You must keep the Clerot FOR HILLSBOROUGH
white fluff stand & hood. wet/dry ation'slargest 813-752-7224 of the Circuit Court's of- COUNTY FLORIDA Copies of all court docu-
ny, male/female, h/c, filter, complete sys. 5 ACRES FOR REN independent-fuel fice notified of your cur- COUNT. FLORIDA ments in this case, m-
$800 & up. 352-220-0351 490obo. 83-244-1358 Fenced, w/barb Wire, delivery carrier offers: T Retail ) rent address. ('ou ma- CASENO:04-19009 cludin orders are avail-
contentedpuppics.com Cows, Your nainit. DAILY HOME TIMEIII t~ -file Notice of Currant d- Division: R able a the Clerk of Cir-
MATEE P IE t S & Lithia. BEST OFFER .Steady Work dress, Florida Supreme cult Court's office. You
MALTESE PUPPIES, Pet Supplies & 53omettive pay Plant Merchandiser HUNGVANDA m review t ocu
Ready to go. M-$550, e s BOReCon Fast paced gooingCourtApprovedoamily HUNG VAN DANG may review these docu-
Readytogo. M-$55, Services new 12x12 Co Drivers enjoy: Fast pcm edgik Law Form 12.915.) Fuure peti r ments upon request.
Vetcsecked. Family BOARD new 12x12 stalls, Outstandinr g i enefitos Company looking for pa era in this lawsuit mlande
-Outslbe nntid Pt -time L wp bertainetohis dithe ad-
raised, N. Tampa area. AQUARIUM,5-gallon daily turnout owner s on Bs bemailedtothe adp- THOITACH You must keep the
13-477-2867 saltwateraquarium, fil- wner Oprrs retail salesmerchandis EDUCAFTION dress on record at the Repondent Clerk of the Circuit
LTI-POOS w traction, stand and cano- al Wesley Chapel area Financial secur ods/nts for the Re- J clerk's office. i Court's office notified
'.ers & shots, ae py included S 850 813-788-2650 Company support o NOTICE OF ACTION of your current address.
e Black w/whiote 81s3-426-714/244-8622 8 & a9 Home Center uitS 88 WARNING: Rule 12.285, FOR: Family Name (YOU may Nfile Nrotice of
oaws & chests. $550dvisit lvthekag.com Pstcing les ols Fiorida Family Law Rules Chonge Currentues or-
F spa tb or 800-518-3d69 try. pa Schools P) hc k duaren ddress, Fonr-
SL viwwheag.coma with new and existing L of Procedure, Requires TO: hoi Thack un- da Supreme Court Ap-
35-793-139 MARKET L-Areg Ha-Mat 3 pro uct. Prefer garden AIRLINE MECHANIC Rap- Certain automatic disclo 33584 on or before uirescertainautom atily Law
MERCEES993 Black, rs olapid training f or high experience., d training for h pay- sure of docum it Courents and OU ARE NOTIFIED that rm 12disclos5 Future pa-
T BULL PUPPerfect- Bacgroun cmstrative/ecand ing Aviation on Careareere. Trades information. Failureto an action has been filed rsents and awsuitnformation.
Condo males, Malre, P $3200all Far drugtet required.ipmet Ben- FA predicts severment By: Ellen P.reseubaum of this Cou and that 419 Failure to thcomply can re-
13-789 5471. Caefits includemeica shoshort Financial aid CARPENTER HELPERe.Financia aid sanctions, incluin dis- you are required o dress on record at he
Se HablTRACTOEspanol 24 .:.i RECEPTIONIS dental and 401K. if quaif. Job place- missal or striking or serve a copy of your clerk's office.
Starter 813-263-8015 aft 5p Diese$24,00 Tractorment asistnce Call pleadings:2238 writtenP. defensox 989, Tampa,
POMERANIANmale, 1.5 Hog Available,1,800 CALL AIM 888349-5387M 888-349-5387. to it on ung Van Dang tedRNING: Ruch 12.285,
es, 00champ 813-677-0194 ic FREIGHT BROKER Dated:3-22-06 whose address is 752 Florida Family Law
moving t$450. TRACTOR- All New Scor- i F Fax 70-9360 from home Medical Pat Fran CUITIN AND fa33584 on or before uires certain automat-
813- 555 ion 4x4, 30HP Kubota Resume13-759 01BusinessParalega Clerk oftheCircuitCourt 4//2006 and file the ic discBY: CHsure of WAGNocu-ER
PITO AKC TBaLupP IseE LoadeF, &N eP p eain Ain Cnor i Trades 3 Computers *Criminal original with the clerk ments and information.
352-317-3836 TRACTOr 24 HP r.,,ian; RECEPTIONIST if quaify Job place- DRIVER. Plant City Area ancial a i uay. Tama, 33602 or dismissal or striking
or 13-263-805 ft5p Diesel Tactor,.' Professional office assistance. Willingtotrain rightper- 866-858-2121 NO:2238 a ox 989, Tmpa d ou -pleadings.
OMERANIAN, male, .5 Hog Available, $1,800 Vice President in c813-754-5690 CAL AIM 888-349-537. son. 309208-7640 www.onlinetie 3/30;4/5;12HUNGVANDANG;19,2006 Florida 33601 beor
yrs old, AKC, champ 813-677-0194 offirst impressions. ASSEMBLE MAGNETS & watertech.com service on Petitioner or Dated: March ,2006
0 4 d12900it DATA ETRY! Wore OTICE TH ACIRCUIT COURT immediately ch thereafter.
lines, aid CRAFTS FROM HOME FREIGHT BROKER OF THE THIRTEENTH JU- If you fail todo so, a CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT









tiesepaid$1MAPA andco terY DRIs.R-35 0 n3orkx -er LEGALS -TTFED C m dr dat
moving $450 TRACTOR- All New Scor- PlantCity FL Fax Yarround Work Excel- SCHOOL Become an DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND fault may e entered o
8LiP92-555 aion 4x4, 30HP Kubota Resume:lent Pay No periindependentbroker or FOR HCLLSBOROUGH against you for the re- BY: CHERYL WAGNER
RAT erriKr PuT UKC Diesel Loade., & cruise ce813.436954Top US C pany agent Serve HUGE COUNTYe FLORIDA lief demandeo i n the ws- Deputy Clerk
POODLES AKC Teacupsu control Hydrostatic R Uw d n, E w e Glue Gun, Paintin JewealHoethe te
tiny toys, enchanting, Trans, year warranty, &ocomouterrski P lat More! TOL FREE Nnusti; Ideal Home titiyn. NO:2057 3/9;16;23;30, 06
oe iWi finance, $267/mo. 5091,codeHandyman expert instruction; Division: 1 Copies of all court docu-
8C3-427-0025 $15,200.727-421-2387 AUTO Care Center needs Part-time 2Oto 24 hours Pments in this case in- NOTICE OF SALE
4 mechanics & 2 sales per week). Doyouliketo 1-800-865-1923. HUNG VAN DANG cluding order are
PUG Puppies AKCTRACTOR JohnDeere, You Pick DRIVER or teams. 3 mon t s ex- hep seniors? Petitioner available at the or d at the lerk of In accordance with the
champion dad, mom 1P1 4100 hydrostatic, City & Branion Area Cant ymeu ang pictures, 0 and the Circuit Court's of- ccordanc wt the
cha on lines, automatic trans, ellom PLANT City Area eriePrenceall Jad813-951-2529orHAZ unstop toilets, c Iange THE LINHDUYVO fice. You my review 81375 526visions of Floridaue
Health certs, flatfacerrie mower, 3 hitc fron olTeachersneeded 813-752-5697 light ulbs, and like do- Respondent these documents upon there being due and un-
beautiful, personality loader iesel, 12,900 ex erience pre err d but 1 ng odd jobs? ThenIthis Ibher a request, re paid
695-795Ready now! 813--0355 nLOCAL RIVERS DATA ENTRY ork tatn.om agreaob for you. NOTICE OF ACTION es th




ce09-9698. Vom STRAWBERRIES Favorte is Li n sheet metal workers A N F vsn: 33601 before service on sucht in sanctionsnlud- a wi
813-909-969 81(85-84n Aer w1e04x9 EMPO YT un It FOR: Family Name You must eep the undersignego is entitled
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-9U 835ick stra-berriesAy1st recenre.e H Flexibl Hm o ea tSTnbRd R in the petition a m COeRK OF THE CIRCUIT foednerw h ril 12,
OTTWEILER Fem4 ales oFruit & Vegetables )Rd.1/2 Driver / Deliver erRequire00-405-7619d. Exceent to nrson at TO: cludinha uy Vo ad- Court's office notified tisfy an owner's lien
SINT Bernar Pups, from Opportunity-75 SouSe- 391 n urt, Sun dress unknown of your current address of
n irk e. dsd, 01 r ait n I Center 3t VERY DR ,h all (You may file Notice of the goods hereinafteBr
p 3are 5 upmi toc M re re i a -F c 800-344-9636 Ext. 300 1 633-4340 for more if. LEGALS YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Current Address, Flori- esried and store
Lic# P06062440 Colt, 3 adult, Western r CIn an action has been filed da Family Law Formsn
Shedles, o ay rain West- eoiantiClassifieds can ive you agaRYL nst you and that 12.915.) Future paHRYNLYNN ers Uncle Bob's SelfSto Fur-
thidsrea or mentneedundercer inloa MTURN h her ths aw ui be Respondent niocated at: 1005TVs
RAT TerrierPupa ernSaddles,813kid's6West-RyLCT WANT CS s you are required to in this lawsuit willabe Al d St Plant
LovableRar UK e Saddle. 813.436.6954 YOU! R drivers solos the key to your ew car! Legal Notices sere a copy of your mailed to the address exanerqupment
COTTISH TERRERS, S oor teams s3 montl s a ox- e written defenses if any on record at the clerk'sGlfd 33563.
AKC 4-M, 8 wks. Strwbek Pant Come pick-376-3636 4420 N Socrum perinc & CL-A HAssistancAZ foreMa 1 and file Ru TO: Kathryn Lynn Boyd turetnBoxesg office.
52adaShadyrequired.Fullbene-INTHECIRCUITCOURT 7813-759-9526. And, due
AoTrWEILER AKC Puos exit 14, South tosHw TIO k H PquipnCan l -a8R00-2DlClAL CIRCUIT IN AND before 4/3/2006 and file Florida Family Law property and all parties
E? *OTIWEI AKCu s2t 14, South 6t 2L 338e9 -EA C a Pr ll 1-80 the 5oriIl wiOH the original with the rules of Procedure, re-
"The Rolls Royce of 92, turn left on 92, 3 6 2 0 5 COUNTY FLORIDA FAMI this Court alt o femlrt e auress of n P uon MICHw claim an TNER
Guard Dos" German outhonGallagher Rd. LOCAL RIVERS LCTransportation.co LY AW813-967-4541 H VISION erk o this Court at quires crt automat- tresFIt eho d Goods, appi-
huge, bigHoneddblock 1.2 Miles. Closed Sun- 41-$500/9 Pierce St., Rm #25 ic disclosure ofrdocu- time specifiedin such
heads, HG, POP, sire DNA days 3 Ots for $1. AUBURNDALE TERMINAL EXPERIENCED iron & CASIENO: 2006-DR-00590 Tampa, Florida 33602 or ments and information.
cert. ps, Grandfather a P.O. Box 989, Tampa, Fl Failure to comply can re- notice Or payment .of
t. Pus, ckey Vom STRAWBERRIES Favorite Class A CDL sheet metal workers Division: R 33601 before service on suit in sanctions, includ- osh having expired
S nt Training Farms is now open for U Flated, van tanker services service on813-404-0794 Petitioner ror immediate- in dismissal o t strikingt- Household, Goods, Fur-
of VonEvman Rottweilers Pick. Located. in Plant Some experience e OYMENT IN RE: The manage of ly thereafter. I you f il O pleadings, aove stated address to



















SIBERIAN Huskie 7 AOHA Ciy yrs Reg. Sorrel Training d .13-681-4687. HEL W falt may Me entered remains. Park rings, #3, quipent, TV's o er-
Start@ $600Tak einde on require. HELPd WAR NTED CHERYL M. th rel toief so, a default may
0 Eat 1 1 1/2 Earn Extra Income as- Petitioner/Wife e entered against ou Dated 2/28/06 the highest bidder or
ORKIE P E 2 miC quarts fors$1. MULBERRRY TERMINAL Dacn C. cicases from-nd
S. -a CDL Home.orkingWth EDDIE ALLEN TURNER for the relief demanded
4' S p i I Sa tr r- S TE RResband in the petition. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ednesda April 2,
tres tBuipick s29awbemi-es, 1st ne ans P'ec e Top US companies. COURT, nt A
mocking to ublirc, gts 1-888-562-9066 Start immediately. No N TCopies of all court docu- BY: ELLEN P. NEUBAUM 2006 at
omT Fele $1.00, 2015 Wooten Rd driveccc.com ex erience necessary. ACTION FOR ments in this case, in- Deputy Clerk













ROTHWEIL ER Females off N. Dover Rd. 2 1/2 mi 1-800-405-7619 o 1 S TO F Sde 1a7r, s 207 1 6 VIRGINIA WILLIAMS
blockheads, r eaadytert u now. o4N. Dove r1R.0-c2 min www.easywork-pl aLd_.1-7RT available at the Averk of INTHE C U 2 O Urtu eo Equ s ie t e
$450& up. Ca11813-986- YOU Pick Strawberries 4 og eta TO EDDIE ALLEN TURNERp a Y Cicuiou may review OF THE THIRUTEENTH JU5i
9228 or81.3-434-6318 Quarts$1, Bringhcontain- .. 00BuldzersackheA 342 Polk Street, Apt A 6t1e SHdocuments iupo DFOT p HILIRCUTEN pAH HU- seldd,
ers, Open 7-3 Daily. HollywoodF1 request. CFOUnTIC ,LOCIRCUIDoAus B hoxEsGods
SAINT Bernard Pups, from Tampa -75 South 33019-1717 rus. COUNTYFO FLORIDAco ROG E BoxesH
long hair, block heads, to Sun City Center, East DRIVERS- IRON-SHEET metal work- Loaders,aDmp YUT AcE NTI FYou must keep the
parents premises, to Ae oninYOU ARE N FED Tampa 3642 Gandy Blvd Valrico 3307 Lithia-Pinecrest Rdhat
















850. Tin Females Under Auctions) Business aR Seivicers, ers. Must be experi- rr Tampa 8416 N. Armenia Ave. Seffner 8o:06-DR-3485 er King Jr. Blvd.
Tuh, Chihuah301, 2 i to Bonita ion Dr. encedand have own Grer Scrapers, an action has been filed of the icu Division:R Household Goods Box-
chnauzeragainsts.Homeouand that you Askin $3500 OBO. n e ourcan d. 2202 OakAve s, TV's or Stereo Equip-
aWanttorea rms Flatbed & Reefer tools 813-404-3761 Excavators are rired o serve a ou may file Notice JOHN W. KEEN ment, Clothes
SCHNOODLE Miniature 813-42-86 Start your new career MYSTERY SHOPPERS copy eayour wr itten de- ule Petitioner
hcnByif st sturrebt9Address, Flori-
growing carriers in the Retail/Dining establish- Petitioner/ife, CHERYL 12.915 Fmil Law Form KATHRYN LYNN BOYD Household Goods, Fur-
tioethIe fFrietdsatneedooodiscou M.TURNE thrlugeh her Respondent niture, Appliances, TV's
[I Easter (813)651-1292 | cow HAY Open Lob interviews quali customer ser.- Ntal e o Stitzel 111t,Esquirepat 206 mailed
$C1T.ISH TERRIERS, SparkmanRd,Inn day, CieCEar.e c3 ane. the clerk's office. DISSOLUTION OF MAR- MICHAEL GARY
AKCO,1'SMT8 RIES -Skpla r man Rd, amptRndyn Call 888-720-0576 CityF133563.on or be- RIAGE Household Goods, Furni-
AKC, 4-M, 8 wks, bs k Plant City 813-376-3636 .420 N Socrum Lop Rd Fiancia! Assistance fore May 1, 06, and file WARNING: Rules i2.285, TO: Kathryn Lynn Boyd ture, Boxes
cert. $600. 3-9337 COW HAY-Fresh cut, Lakeland. FL 33809 TEACHER Preschool-will the original with'the Florida family Law MuleN address is unknown
Bahia mixed,Yrolls $25. train immediate open- ,Job Placement Assitace clerk of this Court at f ruesMICHAEL P. ONTNER
Call -737-4845f-967-4541ll g certain automatic dis- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Household Goods, appli-
SHAR-PEI PUPPIES no answer please leave WAREHOUSE AND 800d383.764 Office Bulling, 302 N. closure of documents an action has been filed ances
M&F, mini L&standard rmnessage.4IEV -t iMichigan Avenue Plant and info n Failure against you and that
AKC, health guarantee D Estac work, Y -lhliv e AssociatedrTreaining Services CityFloriidan3356 before ato rma tin you are required to serv- KIMBERLY SHAW
$400 andS600 raining Pay so da-wor. Pulling or-' service on Petitioner or sanctiat iice a copy of your writ- Household, Goods, Fur-
2449immrss&tatl after CDL is acquired, ers 5a s/we. ao ely thereafter.e missal n, includg ten defenses, if any, to nature, Boxes, tools, Ap-
1-941-922-s244s A yHA 4 yrs Reg. Sorrel Training JacTie 813-681-468y. fault may eeentere eaingsst Park SprinJs,W Apt #3, Equipment, TV's or Ster-
pups $300ea, health ending, gran son of *Get your permit PTgStackeuafe r5the3relief Dae2806 bfr4196 aon eoEquipment
cats & vaccines doo, 2 "Rugged Lark" not i 4 days WAREHOUSE aain he or re 9-06 an
sable & 5 brown 2M 5F bro e, but rdy. Great *1st Yr. Potential work, inventory, culling Petition. file the original with the CHRISTY SMITH
Call Elaine 727-368-1847 temper. 53K 21mo old Earnings up to $45,000.. orders $6.50-$7.50 per
Palomino Stud Colt hour. Call Jackie
XORKIE PUPPIES AKC, Quarterhorse, pretty Let Prime give you the 813-681-4687.
M's, You've seen the but no papers. $800obo knowledge, skills &
'esta now come seethe or Trade? 013-493-9363 support you need to r(Medical/Health Care) i
best! $700 Ready to go. succeed.
3ges,215Mule, PRIME nco CNA'S
fORKIE PUPPIES AKC, 813- 625-615600-5-5663 Loveabl, Depenable,
,'s, You've seen the 813-920-5741 www.primeinc.com Caregivers. Autumn
est. now come see the Assist givingg 1307 E. Bak
best.$ 700 Ready to qo. Owner Operators! er St ;813-752-1648
613-624.-2!50 Pigs for Sale AKE THE. FIRST STEP
VORKIE Pups, AKC Very All Sizes. TOWARD A DETrER FIST0TE
tiny, Family raised, See Call 352-583-0763 or FUTURED!ABETTER
pictures at 352-279-5444. '.' Lease Purchaso e IN TAM A
www.mccartysterrierse Plan Available
R workshops, horse barns -Guaranteed I'omye time CNAn
champ b id hith guarN 20x30x9 $4S200 ouse Rider Program Plazathe pramiareare
nOP. Only to loving 24x24x9 4032 *Paid O ron raml nt commun ty n
homes' 2M IF. $900- 24x40x9 $,6020 Miller Transporters, Inc. Sun City Center is seek -
$1200. 813-748-2048. Other Sizes Available Call unan Hall ngCertifed Hors As
YORKSHIRE Tericr LIC# CBC1253330 at our Plant City, FL sistants. We are an up -
Breed Pair CKC e r 813-713-2333 788-3501 location 1-866-581-8976 scale state of the art
v'et checked, cra.e REGISTERED HORSE sifilIei-m Health Center. Full and
trained Teacuvorkies, AUCTION-- Saturda part-time positions avail- Tampa 7319 W. Waters Ave. Tampa 14936 N. Florida Ave.
Great with kis. 14 4/29 (10:OOam-Tack) Direct bu inA able for 3-11and 11-7 Tampa-12105 W. Linebaugh Ave. Tampa-2115 Hillsborough Ave., Unit B
months old. 1800 far (12am horse session) shifts. Excellent pay and
pair (813)714-0359 150 head accepted. benefits. Must have cur- Tampa- 7717 W. Hillsborough Ave. Tampa- 9309 N. 56th St.
mornis~sswfn.com OkBrighton Rodeo Arena, do or rent Florida Nursing As -Certification. To Tampa 614 S. Howard Ave. Tampa 16033 Tampa Palms Blvd., Suite 33
YORKSHIRE TERRIERS Lisa 864-710-12i0 Chris- toyord r apply call 642-1230 or -VTampa- 1155 S. Dale Mabry Hwy Valrico -2016 E. S.R. 60
Reg'd Puo les, Vet V', tine 478-244-0698 6 216 Tampa-3642 Gandy Blvd. ValriCo-3307 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.
Males $650. Females, AU2104, AB2502 (Place Adlee inheT -4B--1R
$850. Tiny Females Under Auctions) Business and Service Diretory HEALTHCARE Tampa 8416 N. Armenia Ave. Seffner 806 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
$950.813-715-7551 in Suntelt0aians. DIETARY AIDES & Tampa -5501 N. Armenia Ave. Wesley Chapel -5450 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
QUALITY Puppies- Multi- STOCK Trailer, COOKS Brandon 845 E. Bloomingdale Ave. Tampa 14444 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Zephyrhills 7242 Gall Blvd.
YorKie (Poos) Shi- 1996 Gooseneck 20FT. DeadlineisWednesday, Communiy Care Center Brandon Q01 W Brandnn Bld Tgmp3
Schnauzers. Home Asking $3500 OBO. riPr Isnte pubican date. 2202 W. Oak Ave
raised, 352-347-5086 813-695-7176. PlantCity FL33563 Lan-,dI I.,1e- 'l:; ;','lh,: I' t Tjnip3 _',., O-,,- '.
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services? Cl-asifieds in Sunday's,. .. "_1 paerlance required
can. BayLife section. "'. 813-659-3328






32 THE COURIER MARCH 30, 2006
(( Legal Notices )) ( Legal Notices ))
Boxes which record includes
the testimony and evi-
JERRREY GREGORY dence upon which the
Manager appeal is to be based.
The proposed ordinance
NO: 2200, 3/23;30, 2006 may be inspected by the
public at the office of the
City Clerk, City Hall,
RESOLUTION NO 60-2006 P plant City, Forida.
A RESOLUTION OF THE Section 3. In accordance
CITY COMMISSION OF with the Americans with
THE CITY OF PLANT Disabilities Act any per-
CITY, FLORIDA PROVID- son with a disability re-
ING NOTICE OF PRO- quiring reasonable ac-
POSED ENACTMENT OF commodation in order to
ORDINANCE CHANGING participate in this meet-
MHE NAME OF ing should call the City
WVILLAMETTE DRIVE TO CLerk at (813) 659-4200
POLICE CENTER DRIVE. at least 48 hours prior to
Whereas, this City Com- the public hearing.
mission has on this date Section 4. This resolu-
read for first reading the tion, as notice of the pro,-
roposed ordinance posed enactment of said
mereinafter referred to; ordinance shall be pub-
now therefore listed in the Courier, is-
sue of Thursday, March
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE 30, 2006.
CITY COMMISSION OF
THE CITY OF PLANT SECTION 5. The City
CITY, FLORIDA: clerk shall mail a copy of
This resolution to all
Section 1 As required by property owners adjoin-
Section 166.041, Florida ingthe street.
Statutes and other ap-
plicable law, the City Adopted by the City
Commission of the City Commission on March
of Plant City, Florida, 27,2006.
does hereby give notice
of the proposed enact- JOHN L DICKS
ment of an ordinance en- MAYOR-COMMISSIONER
titled:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE ATTEST:
CITY OF PLANT CITY, VIRGINIA L HELPER
FLORIDA CHANGING THE CITY CLERK
NAME OF WILLAMETTE
DRIVE TO POLICE CEN- Approved as to form and
TER DRIVE. correctness:
The proposed enactment KENNETH W. BUCHMAN
of said ordinance, fol- CITY ATTOENEY
eowinc second reading,
shall Be considered by NO: 2252 3/30/2006
the City Commission at
its meeting in the Sadye RESOLUTION NO 61-2006
Gibbs Martin Auditorium
of the Nettie Berry A RESOLUTION OF THE
Draughon Municipal CITY COMMISSION OF
Build ing, 302 West THE CITY OF PLANT
Reynolds Street (City CITY FLORIDA SUS-
Hall), Plant City, Florida, TAINING AND AFFIRMING
on April 10, 2006, at 7:30 THE NOTICE AND ORDER
p.m., at which time inter- OF CONDEMNATION AF-
ested parties and citi- FECTING THE PROPERTY
zens may appear and be LOCATED AT 705 EAST
heard with respect to the WARREN STREET.
proposeorinance. Whereas, in accordance
Section 2. All persons are with Chapter 78, Article
advised that ifa person IX, Plant City Code, the
decides to appeal any Building Inspector of the
decision made by the City of Plant City did on
City Commission with re- August 9,2005, issue a
spect to any matter con- Notice and Order of Con-
sidered at such meeting, demnation affecting the
he will need a record of premises hereinafter de-
the proceedings, and for scribed which Notice
such purpose he may and Order of Condemna-
need to ensure that a tion was served in
verbatim record of the accordance with Section
proceedingsis made, 78-724, Plant City Code,


(( Legal Notices )
on Demetrium S. Shaw,
the owner of said prem-
ises; and
Whereas, said owner of
said premises has failed
to comply-with or appeal
from such order wi hin
the time therein fixed,
and the matter was
thereupon referred to
this City Commission;
and
Whereas, this City Com-
mission afforded the op-
portunity to Demetrium
S.Shaw to show cause
why such demolition and
removal should not be
ordered on March 13,
2006, and March
27 2006, in the Sadye
Gibbs Martin Auditorium
of theNettie Berry
Draughon Municipal
Building (City Hall) in
Plant City, Florida; and
Whereas, this City Com-
mission has fully and
carefully considered all
the evidence in this mat-
ter, including the records
of the Building Inspector,
and being fully advised
in the premises,
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF
THE CITY OF PLANT
CITY, FLORIDA:
Section 1. In accordance
with Chapter 78, Article
IX Plant City Code, the
City Commission hereby
finds that the building or
structure located on:
Lot 5, Block 2. Water
Oak, as per map or plato
thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 26, Page 108 of
the Public Records of
Hillsborough County,
Florida,
is by reason of deteriora-
tion, structural defects,
and improper design,
dangerous to surround-
ing B ildings and the oc-
cupants thereof, a men-
ace to public health, a
fire hazard, and unsafe
so as to render the use of
public streets danger-
ous, and that said ouild-
ing or structure is deter-
iorated and defective to
such an extent that the
cost of restoration or re-
pair would exceed 50%
of the value of such
building or structure af-
ter such repair or resto-
ration; and said building
or structure is thereby a
nuisance as defined in
Chapter 78 Article IX,
Plant City Code, and is


(( Legal Notices ) (( Legal Notices 3)
subject to condemnation correctness:
in conformity with the
provisions of said article. KENNETH W.BUCHMAN
CITY ATTORNEY
Section 2 The City
Commission further NO; 2253 3/30/2006
finds that the said owner
has failed to show by
competent evidence, RESOLUTION NO. 63-2006
that the said building or
structure does not con- A RESOLUTION OF THE
statute a nuisance as de- CITY COMMISSION OF
fined in said chapter or THE CITY OF PLANT
that a constitutional CITY, FLORIDA, PROVID-
right has been violated. ING NOTICE OF PRO-
POSED ENACTMENT OF
Section 3. That the No- AN ORDINANCE BY THE
tice and Order of con- CITY COMMISSION OF
demnation issued by the THE CITY OF PLANT
Building Inspector of the CITY FLORIDA AMEND-
City oi PlantCity on Au- INGfHE ZONING CLASSI-
gust 9,2005, is hereby FICATION OF CERTAIN
sustained and affirmed PROPERTY WITHIN THE
and that the said owner CITY, AS REUIRED BY
shall have thirty (30) SECION 166.041, FLORI-
days frhm the datef i DA STATUTES, AND OTH-
this resolution within E APPLICABLE LAW.
which to comply withyc
said notice and order. Whereas, this City com-
That upon failure of mission has on this date
Demetrium S. Shaw to read for first reading the
comply with said notice proposed ordinance
and order within said ereinfter referred to;
time, the City Manager and
shall thereupon demolish
and remove such build- Whereas, North Park
ing or structure by inde- Isles PTC, LLC. has initi-
pendent contractor sub- ated a change in the zon-
best bid therefor ano arcel of land; now
the costs thereof shall be therefore
reported to the City
Commission for assess- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
ment against the real CITY COMMISSION OF
property upon which THE CITY OF PLANT
such costs were incur- CITY, FLORIDA.
red. Section 1. As required by
Section 4. That the City Section 166.041, Florida
Clerk shall forthwith fur- Statutes and other op-
nish a copy of this reso- plicabe law, the City
lution by certified mail, Commission of theCity
to Demetrium S. Shaw, of Plant City, Florida,
106 South Forest Street does hereby give notice
Plant City, Florida 3356J. of the proposed enact-
ment of an ordinance en-
Section 5. A copy of this titled, and the substance
resolution shallbe post- of which is:
ed on the property locat- A O A AMN
ed at 705 astrWa rrn AN ORDINANCE AMEND-
Street. ING THE DISTRICT BOUN-
DARIES OF THE ZONING
Section 6. The City Clerk MAP OF PLANT CITY
shall publish a copy of FLORIDA AS ENACTAD
this resolution in the BY CHAPTER 102, PLANT
Courier, issue of March CITY CODE, SO AS TO
30, 2006 CHANGE THE ZONING
CLASSIFICATION OF AP-
Apoted by the City Corn PROXIMATELY 397
mission on March 27. ACRES OF LAND LOCAT-
2006. ED NORTH OF SAM
ALLEN ROAD LYING IN
JOHN L DICKS SECTIONS 9,10,15 AND
MAYOR-COMMISSIONER 16, TOWNSHIP 8
SOUTH RANGE 22 EAST
ATTEST: FROM R-1A SINGLE FAM-
ILY UNIT DISTRICT TO CU
VIRGINIA L HELPER COMMUNITY UNIT DIS-
CITY CLERK TRICT IN ACCORDANCE
[WITH THE GENERAL SITE
Approved as to form and DEVELOPMENT PLAN OF
NORTH PARK ISLES
COMMUNITY UNIT DIS-


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GpinesGpaved-fro BulloREW PARK, warehouse/ 8132/ 63-937mo nt recines &
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frontal 2ac lake, S ofof r oe ors higs r cen free Call 1-800-408-7102E 512-791-1516 cell phone causeway f Blvd s,
pines, hardwoods commissions ora broKer 1700sf, 440 electric am- wwwhelpuown n a Cars, Trucsa, Trailers.
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over $126 own& m or Call 1-800-640- Office Space Lease living room, Screened la Man U grades, W/, pas & Hot Tubs
tea 6886. Office Space Lease) n.t.e designer $115K oo 21
www.tandcreal RETREATS** New BRANDON, office/ comr- $1695. Aval 4/1/06. dall 38' Franklin 2005, two
estate.com lakefront, wooded & mercial space, great o- 8139493139 slides, self cnt, W/D A- Spas
KENTUCKY 1 ar mountain view sios. 5 cation on Lira Pine- NT CHA, sleeps 6. Loaded. Repairs, Moves, and
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pasture an farm- floor Great schools. 38' King of the Road 1997 HOT tub, 4 seats, cover
p ude/u hene 295-7049 EAGLES RIDGE PLANT CITY, Industrial $1700/mo. 5th WhI 3 slides, RLCK, & step, excellent
ground.Exscellen 29T5-0469 METAGS* RIGEa PLaNT CIYn dusp riace 8o 3 axils, lot 29 Sunshin,- con uetion $1200
MHP/RV Park Webster 813-689-7258
$195000 **TN.MTNS***Eastern lease 50 to 000 sq ft PLANT City 3b AC Ele $29,000.... 918-284-7679er 13
acr farm, $12 Gated Lakeside incluinConference city water, septic includ- 00.... 918-284-7679
ac1-2re divideabl0-556-3576 community itoSacre SRoom &Breakoo. ed$650. o 1st & last 40' 2005 Heritage 3 NEW 7 person spa, load-
MI n2 ACR 5 sites from the $40s. ontac Pierce Lackey $1300 required to move slides, awning, queen ed.$96/month
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cre minutes to Chattanoo- GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO PLANT CITY, Doll House of closets & pa n In Can Deliver. 866-776-0999
eautifu Gently Rolling atesofTheRiver. WESTSHORE/GANDY veryo sean 87L35m/ba, d s li aer. 2 Can eie8- -
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740-489-9146. FN MTS** BEAUT- les, & rece area, grea or 813-763-0190 40' Franklin '06, 2 electric S Hflow, es20 ts, 4ce
6 l/ACRE LOT over- signage. $100/mo. slides, self contd, cus- water lights show,
looking Kentucky Lake. 813-842-1542 RIVERVIEW/ Rivercrest. tom handicap, 2 LR's, ozone ste s deliry,
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Ellir RalyEstatOes fishing. Resort style OfficeS- Warehouse sqnft, 4/3,d3 ca"r Garage, (H
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land & WATTSlBAR0LAKETN shape, comes it ex-
small town communi- Lake homes- Lake ots, 2002 Dutch Star 38' 350 trash $1650 813-765-8285
owners insurance. Free Spring Ci Ni pee Alisd Boats
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Creek. Pictures: Painting or remodeling? Remod.Apts. Gated 81-754-3237 tor runs well, needs Ca813-654-7254
owne@newbranch.co Need a tutor or piano comm, Pools, incl. Wtr WESTCHASE area new 813-385-8491/239C-a 16'2005 KEY Largo, cc,
m 919-693-8984 lessons? Turn to At 14350 N.22nd St. Tam a 4br, 2.5ba, 2100sf, hard- 81- 44 GPS FF trolling motor,
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19' 1996 DONZI 4.3L, Pasadena Yacht & CC.
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in androut. $5950 obo. amenities. Call
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longer, center console, 23'w / Tampa slip, 1980
deep-V, 95 200hp Evnrd II nl d 15 b18.
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galv trir. Depth finder, 813-968-8916
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21.5FT Searay 1997 Ex- f[ Dock Rentals )
ress Cruiser, Cuddy
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cess. Up to 35'. $5.50/ft
21.5FT SEA Ray sleeper 518-368-4242
cabin, cruiser, sink,
head, shower, 225hp,
canvas & vinyl cover,
$14k OBO 813-610-5101
211 CHAPARRAL 2050SL,
4.7L Merc, 2 tops, only
34 hrs, cuddy cabin, ga-
rage kept fully loaded,
trailer, all accessories,
$13,000. 813-928-1905
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22' 1992 Ski Ray, Sea RayTRANSPORTATION
inboard Ski Boat 5.7[
ski pylon, snap out car-
et. reatlooking boat [f Auto Engne / 1
912K 813-929-9099 Parts / MiEnginesc.
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GP, CB, elec anchors, or mine. Call Rob
wash out S&S roy. 813-610-1535
$7200 obo 27-235.47 ORIGINAL CHEVY NOVA
22' 2" Aqua Sport 1978 engine, 283-350-454.
cuddy one owner, 1994 Call for details.
225 Johnson, 2000 alumi- $500.
num tandem axle trail- 813-385-8491/239-1444
er,'' GPS, fishfinder,
wash down, well main- ( Automobiles Misc
tained $6500.I
413-949-9057 ay Area Motor Works
23' 2000 Bayliner Cuddy E&ld&install,
5L Mercuiser, Head, Auto /rwarrarny
SL. Aut/'oat/ RV
Stove, Bed/seat area, 813-926-9994
75 hours, Asking
$17,000. 813-997-6176 Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt -90 days
24' ChrisCraft 204 Ex- upto 3yrswarr. M-F 9-5.
ress Cruiser 2000, 40 MemTBBB 813-875-1500
hours, like new, Volvo
Penta engine too many
options toliskept- Dutya
dry since ase, ou- [c Trucks Light Duty
tine ma=nt recently
con leted. $34,000 obo. CHEVORLET 1999
813-254-1904 Silverado LT 1500, 1/2
ton, crew cab, loaded
25' 1986 SEARAY cabin w/luxury, 45k mi, gold
Cruiser I/O w/trlr, 110 w/custom leather int,
hrs on rebuilt 350 eng., bedliner, trailer hitch,
many extras & upgr2s, auto, air, V8, CD, pwr
$8,000.813-840-2787 pkg, alloys, heated
seats, transferable
25' 1998 SEA PRO center warranty. $16,500
console, 225 Johnson 813-885-1949
Ocean Runner on a 2006
dual axle aluminum CHEVY 1992 S10, V6 4.3,
trailer, loaded with ex- AT, New Paint' & ires,
tras in great condition, 2nd Owner, High Miles
$25, 63-640-.4059 leaks Deendable.
$2560063-40-059 $2,000..Y71-99-8840
25' 2002 MAXIMUM new
canvas, GPS, Fishfinder, CHEVY 2005 Colorado
305 1/0, loaded, with ZQ8 sport, crew cab, ev-
305 ~ ~ ~ M I/,laewt R act opt 9K ml
trailer, must see! er -
$52 ,500 352-257-1411 MSRP$30K, sell $19 800
8176001665/7277849134
26' 2001 CENTURY 2600, Mt B
Twin Yamaha 225, very Il Bu
clean, low hrs, lift kept, "M-C..aw
tandem axle, alum trlr,
Furuno electronics, bow CHEVY 2006 1/2 ton sin-
hood-oversized T-top, Tle cab, 2WD 6 cyl
$49,900.813-967-4775 740 miles, red, retired
owner, illness. $15,500.
26'Wellcraft Marq. 2000, 727-849-3419.
all extras, 7.4 Bravo I/O,
includes trailer DODGE 1983 Pickup
$30,000 obo shortbed, no rust ever.
813-927-3558 350 Chev, auto, chrome
rims, new tires, new
28.5 Sailfish C.C. 1997, seat cover needs paint.
250 Yamaha 2001 on runs perfect! $3500.
hyd. engine bracket Bob,(239)403-8130.
windlass anchor, fresh
water washdown, live DODGE 1989 Box truck
wells, port-o-potty, all w/1995 dies eng 5spd
electronics, 2005 alumi- 16' box. Exc int,body
num triaxle with disc tires. Runs great! $4500
brakes, kept under cov- 813-681-1187
er like new. Going DOG n
north must sel. DODGE 1995 Dakota, new
$28,560, offers. tires shocks, 5sp, AC,
813-901-9070 exc. cond., 106k mi,
$3 600 OBO, 813-645-
28' Trophy '96, Center 9271 eve, 309-0549 days
Console, Bait & fish box- DODGE 1997 Ram 1500
Ces, color' graph, gp s 225D (lE19 a 100
me rc, row hrs, $16, 95 low miles, exc cond.
813-645-3728 New brakes & transmis-
sion. Full size bed
29' Baja 1996 Twin 7.4 $5100 813-629-0109
Mercs,nVery well maint. DODGE 1998 RAM 1500
Floaton trir, Many extras DODGE 1998 RAM 1500
Runs great. Must sell.'4x4 SLT Laramie stand-
n at R M 7astear rn, 5a ext, tow k .
$37K ~900 Obo 813-598-9372 g ;
31' SeaRay 310 5SOOobo 813-962-272
Sundancer 1999. Radar, DODGE 2001 DAKOTA
chart plotter all the Extended cab, new
bells & whistles, pris- tires security system
tine condition, always bedifner tnl PW. roll
covered, professionally Ba: ted c..*. r. '1C' d
maintained, new bot- %_cund.' s6 'n06.o,-
tom job. Included with m813-909-1952
purchase, 2 months cov-
ered' aid,all fish in DODGE 200u3 Darr. uRT
gear200 gallons of EAL cab, CD Ilayer, cus-
Puel. Best Buy at tomn whis, l8 onneau
$86,900.B813-814-4410 cover exc condition.
SEVERAL Storm Dam- $15,060. 813-786-8243
aged & Donated Boats. For a geoby
Wi Bu & Sell. Call a
Mike 727-204-7988 shop in Classifieds.


[( Trucks Light Duty ))
DODGE 2003 Ram 1500
Laramie 5.9L, 2wheel
drive, leather, CD, full
power, 55k miles,
$16,200. 813-362-0689.
FORD 1979 F100, New
Motor, New Trans,
Truck in Decent Shape
Restorable, $1000 obo
813-902-1865 after 4pm
FORD 1988 F150 4.9L, 4 sp
manual, 122Kmi, long
bed, rebit eng, good
paint, new tires $1250
813-986-5758
FORD 1997 F-150 white,
reg. cab, short bed, V8,
mechanically sound,
cold A/C, 140k mi.
$4800. 813-215-5316
FORD 1999 RANGER X-
Cab, 85K mi.,. 4 cyl. 5
spdAM/FM/CD, bed lin-
er, great cond. $5900
OBO. Call 813-610-2188
FORD 2001 F150 SUPER
CREW CAB, Tan w/
Beige cloth, great condo.
$12,900. 813-886-8558
or 813-295-0888
GMC 1997 Sierra, X-cab,
V6, 5spd, 110K mi., no
air runs & looks good.
$4900 obo. 813-837-3716
or 813-494-0833
NISSAN 2000 FRONTIER
XE, extra clean, 59K mi.
bedliner auto trans.
$6,950.
Call 813-784-8274
TOYOTA 2001 Tundra Bik,
Ext Cab, V8, Bedliner,
99K miles
$13,500 OBO
813-389-9982
TOYOTA 2003 Tacoma
4x4 double cabin, 4
wheel, drive, automatic,
excellent condition,
$20K obo 813-789-9363

C Vans 3
CHEVY 1998 VENTURE,
extended, book value
$6,140. Owner accept-
ing offers. 813-996-6885
CHEVY 1999 EXPRESS
2500, 12 Pass. Ext. Dual
Air, Loaded. C'wd
813-294-5400, Not a
Dealer. Mint, $7000,
CHEVY 2000 Astro Van,
AWD, 81K mi exc. cond,
below kelly blue bk,
$7900 obo 813-986-3128
or 989-709-9659
CHEVY 2000 Venture Plus
Van, low mileage, seats
7, excellent condition,
fully loaded, $9000 mov-
ing. 813-920-3766.
CHRYSLER 2003 Town N
Country EX Handicap
Van, 10" lowered fir.
Power wheelchair ramp
39K mi. 727-492-1608
DODGE 1999 Ram van
Black Hi-top conver-
sion, full size 80k.
Great condition. $5000.
813-805-6479
DODGE 2002 Mini Van,
V6, 7 passenger 52k mi,
a/c, pw, Good condi-
tion. $8000/obo.
813-417-0592
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor,
power ramp, 18,006
miles. Call for more in-
formation 727-492-1630
FORD 1993 AEROSTAR, 7
pass average retail
$2,225. Taurus 1992
Wagon, low miles, book
value $2,850. Owner
accepting offers.
Call 813-996-6885,
FORD 2000 E250 CARGO
VAN, 275K mi, A/C,
runs $2,500 obo.
Call 813-786-1786
GMC 2003 SAFARI, auto,
pw pl, alarm, dual A/C,
46K mi seats 8 exc.
cond., $0o,500 OBO.
Call 813-690-7175
Honda 2001 Odessy,
Auto, Super extra clean,
only 55K miles, gold,
Must See! Like new
$16,950 813-817-2156
JEEP 2002 Liberty limit-
ed edition, 4x4, auto,
cold AC, 71k miles,
Black w/charcoal cloth
$11,400. 813-624-7296
KIA 2002 Sedona, Blue,
great shape, great a/c.
All power 78k mi
$10,000. Call for Infor-
mation. 352-754-8631
PLYMOUTH 1998 VOYAG-
ER, new brakes and
tires, 89K miles, $3,500.
Tampa area.
716-984-8784
PONTIAC 2003 Montana,
19k mi, extended, V6,
sliding doors. White
w/grey top, dual AC
$12,900. 813-624-7296

([Sports Utility Vehicles))
CHEVY 1989 SUBURBAN,
By owner 4x4, beautiful
in & out, 350 auto trans,
A/C, towing pkg. $2,200.
813-249-1127
CHEVY 2001 TAHOE
$15.000. 75 mi. Wnite.
L-ather nl'-rorjr.
COD Si, 20" Crrome
WneeI. Fulv La'3ded
8!: 7 31-289

CHEVY 2005 Tahoe 4 WD
LT leather, loaded, low
miles, like new, 3rd row,
trailer hitch. $34,900.
Call 813-962-3608.


([Sports Utility Vehicles)]
FORD 1989 Bronco II,
SUV, 4WD, red w/blk
grill, stnrd, capt chrs, 1
owner must see, $1885
as is obo 813-661-2215
FORD 2000 Explorer XLT,
loaded w/options, tan,
$8500 w/warranty,
813-956-2448

FORD 2002 Excursion,
silver/charcoal, 19k mi,
V10, 4x4, PWDL, keyless
code entry, 3-row seats,
running boards, $21k
obo 863-559-3596
FORD 2003 Expedition
Eddie Bauer, 4WD,
super pkg, Must sell
$21,000. 813-300-6134

FORD 2004 EXPLORER,
Sports Track, 4x4, 204
mi., boat hitch, loaded,
ext. warr., exc. cond.
$23K OBO. 727-831-2127
HUMMER 2003 H2 11K
Fact war, 5lOt14 in
Chrome & ?2' Whr,:,:
Sunroof, Orange/Tan
Lthr $38K 813-417-1622
ISUZU 1999 Vehicross,
4x4, silver auto loaded
rare!' 64K miles. Good
Condition. $9995.
CALL (813) 924-1538.
ISUZU 2001 Rodeo, 44k
mi, w/hitch & chair lift,
excellent condition.
$10,500. Please Call
813-661-8625
JEEP 1990 Wrangler 4cyl,
4x4 red, good body,
look+ mi, no top runs,
$2800. Can e-mail pho-
tos. 813-431-3248
JEEP 1996 CHEROKEE,
Red, 4 door, 104K mi.,
good condition, runs
great. $3,000.
Call 813-643-7589
JEEPA 1997 Wrangler
Sport 4x4 white w/tan,
softtop.l13k mi, air, CD
w/Orem snd, new tires-
$9000 813-926-2734
JEEP 2002 Grand Chero-
kee auto, 4x4,1 owner,
36.7k mi, transferable
warranty. Exc cond.
$15,120. 813-979-2878
JEEP 2006 SRT8, BIk/Gry.
425 HP, Hemi loaded,
DVD, AWD, Best
Offer over $47K.
Call (727) 424-4195.
LAND Rover 2002 Discov-
ery II, 56K mi, 4WD,
white w/tan leather, 2
sunroofs, excellent con-.
dition $17,500obo
(813)417-6948 -
MERCEDES 2003 ML320,
mint cond, superbly
maintained dk green
Ithr, CD, S-roof, mus
see. 813-361-5536

SUZUKI 2004 XL7 :
Excellent condition, like
new, 27K miles.
Asking $14,800 OBO.
Call (813) 991-0421.
TOYOTA 2001 Sequoia
SR5 4wd, exc condI 1
owner, 33.9k miles,
Selling: $21,900
CaRL 813-971-0275
TOYOTA 2002 Sequoia
Limited, Silver, Leather,
86K mi, Excellent condi-
tion Fully Loaded,
$24,500 813-903-1007

(C Scooters / Mopeds )]
TAISHAN 2005 EURO
SCOOTER, 49CC, 4 cycle
engine, auto trans, 30+
mph 100 mpg. $950.
Call (813)245-3841

[[ Motorcycles )]
BMW 2003 K1200 RS
Solid red, 6k miles,
cruise control, heated
grips & seat. $9000.
813-760-6444
BMW 2004 K1200 LT
$14,800. 18K miles,
black and chrome, load-
ed. 352-270-7037

HARLEY 2002 Ultra Clas-
sic, firefighter ltd ed
limited # made, red, 5k
mi, chromed out, under
wrnty, pd $31K, asking
$23K. 813-265-2408
HARLEY 2005 Sportster
,1200c $16K invested 10K
mi, shield, bags, xtra
chrome, too much to list.
$11,900 obo 727-433-0187



HARLEY DAVIDSON 1976
SPORTSTER, Runs
Great needs Cosmetics.
$3,200 OBO.
Call 813-661-0686
HONDA. 1982 GL500 silver,
Wing $1500/obo. Cash
Only. Moving Must Sell!
813-300-5154
HONDA 1997 Goldwing
Motortrike conversion.
White w/ murals 45,750
mi., gar kept. $18,500.
After 6pm: 641-7080
Days: 984-1533
HONDA 2003 CBR600RR,
3K mi., garage kept,
mint con. w/race ex-
haust & Shoe Helmet.
$7,500 obo 863-646-8099
HONDA 2003 GOLDWING,
3,300 mi., Black, many
extras, like new.
$15,200. 863-386-4899 or
414-617-3591


(( Motorcycles ] ((Classics & Antiques))
HONDA 2005 CB250 Nrni DODGE 1993 Viper RT 10,
Hawk, perfect c."n.1. orig owner,- $27,000.
tion, 1,200 miles, must 813-926-1426
sell $3,500 o.b.o.
813'948-0204/731-3028
KAWASAKI 1998 ZX1100, NISSAN 1984 200SX
$3000. Adult owned, TURBO Met Bronze,
healy bars, 29k mi, Orig. Owner, 50K mi.,
Please Call After 5pm. Runs Great Exc. Cond.
813-380-1694 $4,900. 813-259-9146
KAWASAKI 2000 Vulcan POINTIAC 1950 2DR Se-
Nomad, BIk, Loaded, dan Deluxe, 61K orig mi.-
Touring Box all options, exc. cond.
W/Backrest Exc Cond. $10,500 .863-385-3167
$6,200.... 727-789-4505
MOTORCYCLES Wanted. PONTIAC 1966 Catalina
Street, Dirt Bikes & Orig owner 2 dr hard-
ATV's. Also buying top, Skirt g flipper hub
wrecked motorcycles, caps. Exc cond. $8500
Cash paid. 813-924-6264 863-647-5204 660-0633
SUZUKI 1997 Intruder VW 1973 Beetle, Excel-
1400, Vance & Hines lent condition in & out.
pipes, windshield, sad- New brake lob, $5600
die bags. new tires, 18K nbn 81?-348-0361
a dult. ,,,,t.j.) rjQ, d C ,-,,r G 13."',67.A ",.
in.] n-.nc. moi. sE1ii.
,5I. .l901.-9070 Limousines
SUZUKI 2u1' RM85. D;Irt
bit e. ruri great n.vzr LINCOLN 199c T,:, n.: Sr
rac.-d., wilil del.i r. I'20 Whi' Pr,. St[
,119'. O.rnd. E..: Crind
S6 13 .' -5290 .3 i ..5i' i ..,r rr,. :.r
WANTED Sip.n ilR.-
Anrv ,ar. any .,d. W. Junk Cars J
p .iir, T,.'p i. Wi ljunk Cars J
pick up. Sales/Serv/Part
& Acc. 813-628-4797 WE BUY CARS
THROTTLE FACTORY From $25 t $1,000
YAMAHA 2001 V Star Now buin ondas
Classic 1100 12K Mi, Call 727-364-5125
Wnshld, Cobra Pipes
Sdi Bags, New Tire, 10K (Automobiles for Sale)
Sys, Burg/Crm, $4,600 Sale
813-748-3602 92 HONDA ACCORD On-
YAMAHA 2005 YZF-R6 ly $875! Policein-m
fod.. e wbin Ren pounds! For Listings
Su o e all 1-800-749-8116, Ext.
Edition, Jet Black, 2.5K t48
mi, Garage kept, mint 0-
(813)5-8609. mi, freezing A/C, $2K
([ Glf C~arts 1] Viper aim system PW
D dni super c! 727-0421-8585.
2002 EZ-Go Golf Cart cus-. ... 7 .
tor paint, lift kit alum BMW 1996 318ic Mint
wheels, 4 sweater w/top, Cond. All Service Re-
folding rear, new interi- cords, very fast!
or, extremely nice, White/Black $8,900
$3700. 813-431-0328. G 352-200-5931
GOLF-CART-BATTERIES BMW 2001 525 White
Recondition with new w/sand leather int,
battery warranty, sunroof, auto 67K mi,
Markey Battery Inc. exc cond. $17,900obo
813-267-7830: 657-0454 813-624-4337
AI T A 1c il BMW 2001 530i 5spd,
"'' J Black on Black, 63K,
6CD Ch r Exc condo.
HONDA 2003 CR85. asking-, 4 50 obo
Dirtbike Good Conditon. 727-3 640i7 709-2299
Well Maintained.
Extra's. Call $1,950 BMW ?00i 75l iL. Rai
727-943-9495 3 i Higrlir,l S,:.r;es. 3 Blut
YAMAHA 2001 S*rrr. ir ,n. r ,. W rr nty
very good I..ndit.n. i "A 136 1i." '.2r,.
clean, runs jreat iu. .u..
$3100 obo. BMW 2004 Z4
813-926,0274 DOWN & ASSUME

((Automobiles Wanted)) No credit check!!
813-81-4876
$ CASH $gD 2 2
For ars, Trucks&Vans BMW 2006 5251, Silver
Any Price/Any Time w/Grey Lthr, Only 900
CALL ME FIRST! Miles! Has everything.
727-505-3882 45,000 OBO
5$$ CASH $$$
For Cars, Trucks & Vans BUICK 1991 SKYLARK-
Any Price/Any Time 21K actual mi, AC needs
CALL ME FIRST! repair, like new condi-
727-505-3882 tion illness forces sale,
S$300obo 813-681-2372
CASH PAID For Cars
Running or Not! We'll BUICK 1998 Century V6.
come pick it up! aiJt, ac. 44K mi. Ec
Paying a littleit more! c,nd' A lady droi-r.
Call Rob at 813-610-1535 $4c,10 ZepnyrnllsI
813-7;&1A7%8
CASH TODAY!
For Cars, Trucks & Vans CADILLAC 1993 Sedan
Running Or Not. Deville. ten-, 61K mi
813-728-7979 needs TLC iSOO0 casn
lirm. 6.1 3.$3. 174
C & C AUTO SALVAGE
WE BUY CARS TRUCK & CADILLAC 1995 DeVille,
VANS. RUNNING OR Sedan, exc cond, 97k
NOT. FREE TOWING. mi, garage kept, orig
CALL 813-630-9201 owner metallic sand
(t $4500/obo 813-382-0959
[[Classics & Antiques)) --I
CADILLAC 1987 El Dora- "-mi neaar
do, White/Red Lthr Int.,
1 owner, 33K orig. mi., CADILLAC 1998 DeVille
Every possible option D'Elegance, 98K mi,
incl. moonrof, Exc. immaculate, must see,
cond.Asking $6000 ori, no smoke owner.
obo. 813-681-4876 $4,900obo 813-935-3374


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$30,00 obo shorted, n rustever


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Rl vlirv,i [ (Ii. :; Bliminiir ale Rd

Tampa ',71il Hills.b:iruugh Avw
T.31Tipa 22, 1 E Hillboii:rouh Ave.
T, ia ] brilltn Pl,):3j


V(Automobiles for Sale)) ((Automobiles for Sale)]
CADILLAC 2000 Catera HONDA 2005
Mint-cond,- 28,400 mi, Shadow 750.
loaded, new tires, snrf, $5500
chrome rims, N/S. Showroom Condition!!
$12,000 813-657-5267 813-368-0213
CADILLAC 2003 DeVille (
cashmere w/shale Ithr i t ".Pq,
int, 45K mi, mem/htd
seats chrm whIs Plus! INFINITI 2002 045, load-
$21,950obo813-935-3374 ed, white, 66K mi. very
clean & classy all rec's
CHEVY 1997 MONTE $24,.000. 813- 40-9409
CARLO exceptionally
clean, full power, 77K INFINITI 2004 G35 COUPE
miles $2,900. Call: 11,800 miles, auto,
813-390-7649 black, navigation,
moonroof, willow
CHEVY 1998 LUMINA leather..every option,
p/s, p/w, p/I, p/m, cold garae kept asking
A/C, dual air bags. 31,900.813-927-6608
$2 000 obo.
Call 727-423-4763 INFINITI 2005 G35, auto,
loaded, garnet red/tan
CHRYSLER 1996 SEBRING Ithr, 231 miles, sporty
convertible, white, new 4dr sedan, mint cond.,
top/tires 127K miles, $29000obo 813-244-2411
$2 ,90/offer
813-310-4001 B,
CHRYSLER 0ill LHS
WILL ABSOLUTELY SELL INFINITY 1-'' 11 C-,r,.
TO BEST OFFER BY LNIr Ni,T I. 'r Phi.
SUNDAY. 79F -B. AC r-r. Tin, i'i, v T.P
P*., el, Ithr. p.; ,o -l ret Hd,. r.. ',,r.
.d n rI3 3 $01 a l .r ,u


I .41",,i ( )'. Cail l 13-310;7749 a
LEXUS 2003 SC430 Road-
CORVETTE 2005 new ster 28K miles, warran-
cherry red met. Naviga- ty, Carfax, nay., NS, new
tion on-star XM radio $67,000, offered at
and more 6k mi.,$46K $43,000. 813-220-5204
obo. 813-259-1196.
LINCOLN 1996 Towncar
DODGE 2001 Intrepid 87K Sig., Full blue cloth car-
mi automan, 32 Itr, riage roof. Light sand
AM/FM, A/C, alloy ..ext.White cream Ithr
wheels, cass., CD, int. w/blue accent.
moonrf, pwr Iks, pwr Wired for Sat. radio.
win, Midnight Blue w/ Remote start, Real Beau
Grey Int $6500 '- ty None better looking!
(813) 478-0229 127K hwy, mt. Exc.-cond.
$4200'. (352)232-4550.
FORD l198 E,-tior. ronl
SEK .:rip mi. AT. 4DR,. LINCOLN 2000 Executive
run. :.'. nic,:' ,rit. "TownCar, _K. mtn:.tan
Si- -. c*..i: .. 0 leather, Tnt, -1dr-ri-,
lady must .E-i. *.a.-rfict
$12,500. 813-634-6456
FORD 1989 Mustang
GT302 5.spd, too many LINCOLN 2001 LS Sedan,
mods to list, $3950 obo. Exec looking, dark gray,
chrm whls, sunrf,-hwy
813-630-0028 migreatcond$119
FORD 1994 Mustang GT 0 *
Conv't. 5.0L V8, A low LINCOLN 2 0 0 2
mi: Ithr, tilt, cruise, Continnental Only 20K
$5950 ob. 813-270-1627 m, extra clean, loaded,
$5u50rm..,320 Cr 6,-jrr,,ir
$16.50'' .! ) I 'O: 20
FORD 19' 7 Mu.rarin GT MAZDA 199) Miti M',
Cr,,.-i v m'-pd.'ri. needs minor engine re-
65 mi ornt .hap," pairs. $2000 obo.
,,Ill c rd fuir. '. 727-944-5141

FORD I997 ThunierOira, MAZDA l'wi h'" grt-?r.
V auit.. roild AC. il, A r C .- ,-,.-..'n1;;,-n


mi,.all poi bwer, rear spoil-
,r. l:i-o run i .:
i :,7 .-t,.:,, 35 .'.,.99 ?14
FORD 2000 SVT Lightning
Black, beautiful, hi per-
formance, orig owner.
813-752-8035
FORD 2003 ESCAPE XLT,
sunroof, 67K miles,
AM/FM/6 disc CD, light
green with tan cloth,
$10,100. 813-624-729.
FORD 2003 ESCAPE .LT.
sunroof, 56K T Tries.
AM/FM/6 disc CD. ma-
roon with grey cop.
$10,100. 813-624-7529
GEO 1995 Prism, 1 owner.
good cond. colc a;r.
DR, 5 spd stick, $1595
813-817-5301

HONDA 1993 Civic $750
MUST SELL! for listing
1-800-749-8167 ext C752


HONDA 1995 ACCORD EX,
sunroof, leather seats,
new carpet, 106K mi,
AC auto trans, CD plyr,
$3,700 813-716-4238
HONDA 2003 ACCORD EX,
loaded, leather moon-
roof, excellent cond.,
50K miles, lady owned,
$16,300 813-246-2400


cru,'e oonrirul i 240)'
,, ,,C 311481 U ', 71; .5 .I.I
MERCEDES 2012 SLS(,)
De rti. can. tan .-.p
,varr 7i0. AIG Sprl,,
mi, htd sts, xeons, mint,
no accidents/dings,
dealer srvcd. 6 CD.
$48K 813-545-7027.
MERCEDES 2003 SL 500
Conv.. a spcriai ord.rPd
ra. r On y l.Om. raini
-.und.. reda, ri3 igation.
keviens eniri. panorarn,:
roof, sport pli. addirion-
ai 6 ca crinqr. music see
in pprec i3I.orI ipric.
3i15.00,) A.,ng$7,.wu.
_i .'(6221:
wm13O Id r l16"7220



MERCEDES 2004 SLK320
Roadster Convertible
hardtop, blue, auto, one
owner, asking $32,900
317-370-9961
MERCURY 1997 SABLE, 4
dr. Auto trans A/C 6
cyl, beautiful in/out, full
wr, by owner. $2,500
OBO. 83-249-1127
NISSAN 2001 Altima GLE
sedan new tires &
brakes, 61K miles, leath-
er seats, beautiful
$8400 813-383-0980


TIap] : 34 11 I di TMjti rvHwv.
Tanp,ir 'I'.1 EihiIh IRd
Tarpa 14'9,9 lurid.j Ave
V.hli:, ,- .i13, itlii.F'iriei: INt Rid.


((Automobiles for Sale))
NISSAN 1998 Sentra GXE
5 spd-trans, CD, PW. PL,
good tires, ice cold AC.
Only 63k mi. Clean car,
Sas saver! Asking
4200. 813-394-5070
NISSAN 2001 Maxima SE,
85K miles, Sunroof, pow.
er door & seast. Excel-
lent condition.$9500.
813-671-2768
NISSAN 2002 Maxima SE
gold, 39K mi, very clean
all power am/frm cass &
CD $13,500 813-719-3769
PONTIAC 1 9 9 0
BONNEVILLE, very relia-
ble, cold air, never
wrecked, looks good,
$1500 obo. 813-968-1950
PONTIAC 1992 Grand Prix
105K mi, white, automat-
ic, pwr windows &
locks. Good cond, $2500
813-615-1011
PONTIAC 1998 Bonneville
Runs and looks good.
$2900.00 148K Hwy Mi
813-468-5572

PONTIAC 1999 Grand Am
SE, V6, 87K mi. loaded,
great cond. green, new
fires, $4900.
1 813-991-4446
PONTIAC 2004 Grand Am
SE, 4 door V6 auto,
loaded 12k mi, factory
warranty. $10,500 obo.
813-833-2733.
SAAB 1999 9-3Turbo SE,
Beautiful silver cover.
like new, ext/int/mech.
warty carport kept 727-
804-7639 $11,995 Firm.

SATURN 1998 SL1, 113K
mi. plum, auto, cold AC,
runs great, $2300.
813-215-0964

SATURN 1999 SL2, all
pwr, Alum. whis, spoiler
garage kept, 72K miles,
exc. cond!! 1 owner.
$3800 (201) 247-9581
SATURN 2003 Sport Wag-
on V-6, chrome wheels,
Ithrr, auto, well main
96k hwy mi, exc condo
$8600.727-410-4424
TOYOTA 1993 Carolla,
1.6L DX 4DR, PL,
Sunroof Cold AC, runs
Great $2,500 obo
813-249-1922
TOYOTA 2000 Cd'rolla LE,
only 25K, 1-owner, sil-
ver, 4DR, auto. Ithr,
sunrf, pw, pdl, $7t700-
813-832-5105
Volvo 2001 V70 T5 Wag-
on w/3rd row seats, ev-
ery option except nav.
Excellent condition.
' $12k 1bo. 727-278-5898.
VOLVO 2003 V70, 2.4T,
wagon, champagne,
premium pkg, wd grain,
dash, Ithr seats, CD, sat
radio, sunroof, home
link tint, 4 new tires,
oo100K mi wy, 41K mi.
$21,000. 813-839-7723.

VW 1960 Beetle
Runs. all d;r,: brakess
$'250 on O
811-: E45c4
VW 1969. BEETLE, runs
like new $2500
1966 BEETLE Needs
Work. $650.
-. 813-992-5555
VW 1996 Jetta GLS 160k
mii.e. Reliable but
needs some work. Sil-
ver, auto, $1800.
813-983-0951K
VW 2001 BEETLE, 4 cyl, 5
spd, 1.8L turbo charged,
Green w/ graphics, 73K
mi. $9,200 Firm.
Call (813)886-5709
VW 2002 Beetle, turbo-S,
6spd, a/c, ps, pw, p1,
pwr mirrors, sunroof,
ABS brakes, cruise,
leather, MONSOON Ster-
eo. Low mi, black,
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BEIGE ............. ..... .. .......... ....$6,989
*00 GMC SAFARI
GREY. LOW MILES, 8 PASSENGER ...$8,989
'99 OLDSMOBILE SILHOUETTE
BEIGE, 8 PASSENGER .... ..... .... $8,989
'00 BUICK REGAL LS
MAROON, 40K MILES, BRAND NEW $9,989
*00 CHEVY BLAZER
SILVER, LS BRAND NEW ......... ....$9,989
'00 OLDSMOBILE ALERO
GOLD..................... $10,500
'05 PONTIAC SUNFIRE
BLUE, FACTORY WARRANTY ........ $10,995
'01 CHEVY BLAZER
XTREME, 4X2, BLACK................... .$11,989
'03 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER LTD.
RED, CHROME, LOADED.......... $13,995
'02 FORD F-150
2DR, RED, 6" LIFT....................... ...$13,989


'05 PONTIAC G6
V6. 4DR SILVER, FACT WARRANTY $16,995
,02 TOYOTA TACOMA
GRE .. .................... ........ $17,995
'04 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
SILVER .... .. ....... .. ....... .... $17,995
*01 TOYOTA TACOMA EXT CAB
GOLD... ... ......... .... $18,000
'04 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC
SILVER ............ ...... .. .. ..... .$18,995
'02 CHEVY SILVERADO
RED 6" LIFT 4X4 ......................... $19,995
'04 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500 EXT CAB
W HITE ..... .................... ..........$21,200
'03 FORD F-150
4DR FLARE SIDE ........... ..... ..$21,995
'04 TOYOTA TACOMA
RED ..................... $21,995
'03 GMC SIERRA SLT
C1500, 4X4 ........................ $21,995


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PLUS TAX & SHOP SUPPLIES. EXPIRES 4/30/06



SONE DAY CAR RENTAL I
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$200 TO $2999" $20
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$400 TO $49999 $40
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$ 600 TO 699"9 $60
$ 700 TO 899g9 75
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BLACK ........................... $23,989 WHEEL CYLINDERS) a.., I
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K, LTD V6, LOW MILES .$27,989 PLUS TAX & SHOP SUPPLIES. EXPIRES 4/30/06
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