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Little Miss

Plant City

Denna Lemelin takes
home the tiara after
pageant at Tomlin
Middle School.

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LETTER

Former Scientologist
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GROUP NEEDS HELP
DELIVERING TO NEEDY
Sidfi Report
Nieals on \Vheels of Plant
CitN has Io-E almost a third its
dri er_- in the last three months
and is in irear need of more
volunteers, say group leaders.
"We had about 35 drivers
three months ago, but that's
down to 25 now,", said Eben
NcKendrick. president of
li.i-.-" n i. r,- 1 m -.. .. -. c-


Howell is usually finished
with her route by noon and
while there's no pay involved,
Howell feels well compen-
sated.
"It really makes you feel good
and people are so appreciative
when you bring the meals," she
said.
Ray Brotons delivered his
first meal just one month ago.
"I just feel really good; that I
am doing something worth-
while," he said.
The group is sustained by


-gorJip-pTrtvores-da not meal for meals.
.o0 to 7.5 re!-id_-rs inPlant City. "We fill the gap for people
.lmoNs all of detie elderly. the who cannot get government
recipients may have not the help or wvho maybe )uSt need
ability to get out and buy food remporarv distance," NlcKen-
because they cannot drive or drick said. "It \ve -ieie not here.
use a car these people would not be get-
Others are infirm and may ting that midday meal and a
not have relatives nearby. great many of them would not
\\%hatever til- reason,. Elaine have any contact with others."
Howell i; stue the people she Anyone thinking of volun-
delivers to need the meal. teering.needs to use his or her
"Some of these people would own car and should be able to
be going hungry if we didn't work Monday through Friday
deliver." -lHowell said. between 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
She has volunteeredd at Meals Drivers typically work one day
on \Wheelk foi two years. She week.
delivers to eight people every "We think of this as a service
Monday morning, picking the to the Lord and it's heartwarm-
food up at Kash n' Karry on ing for each individual that
Alexander Street about 10:30 does a delivery and heartwarm-
a.m. The supermarket makes ing for recipients."
the meals at its own cost, with a For information about vol-
eye on nutrition,. unteering, call 754-9932.


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City officials and staff members prepare for the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Plant City Tennis Center grand opening April 1. The $1.1
million facility at 102 N. Wilder Road is part of the city's Ellis-Methvin Park. It has four clay courts, with underground irrigation, and four
soft composition courts. Taking part in the event were, from left, Jack Holland, director of city parks and recreation; Bret Gocka, city
engineer; City Manager David Sollenberger; former mayor and city commissioner Mike Sparkman; former city commissioner and current
state Rep. Rich Glorioso; Mayor John Dicks; city commissioners Mary Yvette Thomas Mathis and Bill Dodson; community development
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Community Easter
services planned
Several Plant City churches
have joined to plan this year's
Good Friday and Easter Sun-
rise services.
A Good Friday observance
will take place April 14 at noon
at the First United Methodist
Church, 303 N. Evers St.
The Easter sunrise service
will be at Lakeside Park on
Timberlane Drive in Walden
Lake April 16 at 7 a.m.
Although seating for about
150 is provided, attendees are
encouraged to bring lawn
chairs.
Offerings received at the
services will be used to fund
selected Christian charities.
For information about the
Good Friday service, call the
Rev. Earl Smith of the First
United Methodist Church at-
754-3519.
For information about the
Easter sunrise service, call the
Rev. Donald Mason of the
Evangelical Presbyterian
Church at 759-9383.

Women's group
plans fashion boutique
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
plans its Spring for Education
fashion- boutique and home
tour April from 2 to 4 p.m. at
the home of Mary and Amy
Wineiger, 3115 Merrin Road
E.
Admission is $30 per
person.
Proceeds from the event will
provide books for two elemen-
tary media centers and schol-
arships for one senior at Plant
City and Durant high schools.
Call: Linda McDonald, 473-
3251.

Performing arts summer camp
Ms. Dixie's Aurora Music
and- Performiing Arts, 206 S.
Evers St., plans a performing
arts summer camp June 1-30.
The camp will feature crafts,
dance, music, theater, model-
ing, etiquette and field trips.
Cost is $85 per week, and
camp hours will be from 8
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Preregistra-
tion starts May 15.
Call: 717-9575.

Foster home outreach event
Hillsborough Kids Inc. plan
a foster children open house
April 22 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the
Brandon Family YMCA, 3097
S. Kingsway Road, Seffner.
Because of the shortage of
foster homes in Hillsborough
County, many of the approxi-
mately 5,300 children served
by the county's foster care
system are waiting to be
placed in safe, stable foster
homes.
The open house will pro-
vide information on the chil-
dren served and the role of
foster and adoptive families.
Hillsborough Kids Inc., is a
non-profit organization with
the mission of ensuring the
safety and permanency of
abused and neglected chil-
dren in Hillsborough County
by providing comprehensive
services that promote strong
families. Call: 643-KIDS
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Photo courtesy of Florida Opry
The Southern Star Bluegrass Band takes the stage at the 1914 PCHS Community Center for the
final show of the Florida Opry's season April 8. The group are, from left, back row, Royce Burt,
Rick Hinson, Larry Jackson Jr.; front row, Dan Smith and Red Johnson.



Opry Welcomes Southern Star


TYLER DICKERSON, 12,

ALSO ON STAGE

News Report
The Southern Star Bluegrass
Band will be one of the high-
lights of the final regular Flor-
ida Opry show for this season,
which will take place April 8 at
7 p.m. at the 1914 PCHS Com-
munity Center, 605 N. Collins
St.
Southern Star has per-


formed at the Grand Ole Opry
in Nashville. Teirn., and per-
forms twice ,a season at the
Florida Opry. They also
perform yearly at the Florida
State Fair and the Florida
Strawberry Festival. Southern
Star was also one of the
original performing groups at
the first Florida Opry nine
years ago.
Also performing will be a
first-timer for the Florida
Opry, 12-year-old Tyler Dick-
erson, who has appeared at


the Florida Strawberry Festival
and at Skipper's Smokehouse
in Tampa.
Another first-timer at the
Opry will be the Trans4m'd
Gospel Quartet. Vocalist
Randy Scott rounds out the
entertainment.
Tickets are $12.50 and are
available at Family & Friends
Antiques & Collectibles, 1304
S. Collins St. or at the door.
For information or to
reserve seats, call Myrle Henry
at 752-4094.


Dollars Converting To Growth At HCC


PRIVATE, STATE MONEY

TO ENHANCE CAMPUS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
It is not a coincidence that
private funding, state match-
ing funds and a new initiative
at the Plant City campus of
Hillsborough Community
College coincides with a
forecast of strong residential
and commercial growth in
and around the city.
Due to the projected
growth, Felix Haynes, HCC
Plant City campus president,
is seeking money to expand
the school's curriculum to
prepare high school graduates
for the construction and
industrial work force.
"This is a new era for Plant
City," said Bob Edwards, a
retired lawyer who has been
instrumental in the continued
dialog and commitment to
growth in the area. "Now is the
.time for the community to
rally around the needs of the
college. Our efforts can help
all the residents and busi-
nesses in the area reach a


higher standard."
Seeing Plant City earn the
title of a "college town" has
been a goal stated by many of
the political and business
leaders in the area, including
Edwards.
"The college can help bridge
the gap in training a work
force needed to meet the
needs of the next generation,"
Edwards said. "Felix Haynes is
building a program to do
that."
Current projections pub-
lished by the city predict more
than 7,000 homes will be built
in the Plant City area during
the next five to seven years.
Haynes plans to accomplish
the college's goal of training a
industrial work force, in part,
with private money collected
through the efforts of Edwards
and others, currently totaling
almost $1.5 million. The col-
lege has already received
$340,000 in matching funds
from state budget appropria-
tions. That money was used to
purchase furniture, sound
equipment, lighting and audio
equipment for the recently
completed John R. Trinkle
Multipurpose Center.


"We are asking the state to
match a little over $500,000
that is earmarked to upgrade
the school curriculum,
develop job training classes,
hire a manager for the Trinkle
Center and a work force pro-
gram developer," Haynes said.
"The Legislature is committed
to matching private money for
all state universities and com-
munity colleges. But they vote
on the program each year so
we can't take it for granted."
Some of the additions to the
Trinkle Center paid for by the
private and matching funds
include:
A request for proposals
needed to complete a com-
munity needs survey.
Continue to develop train-
ing classes for construction
skills.
The installation of Trinkle
Center parking lot lighting. -
-Construction of a cross-,
plaza walkway from the
Trinkle Center to the main
campus buildings.
# Developing plans for a
250-space parking lot on the
south side of East Cherry
Street to accommodate events
held at the center.


APRIL 6, 2006 + THE COURIER + 3


POICELOG

The following incidents in
Plant City were reported to
the Plant City Police Depart-
ment March 20-26:. -

March 20
Criminal mischief, 5 p.m.,
800 block of North Johnson
Street
Petty theft, 4 p.m., 500 block
of North Alexander Street
Vehicle burglary, 11 p.m.,
900 block of West Reynolds
Street

March 21
Residence burglary, 5:50
a.m., 300 block of North Webb
Street
Vehicle burglary, 6:45 am.,
4600 block of Lykes Road
Battery, 8:45 a.m., 1500
block of Bracewell Drive
Vehicle burglary, 11:30
a.m., 1700 block of Teakwood
Drive
Petty theft, 12:20 p.m., 2600
block of James L. Redman
Parkway ",-
Petty theft; 4:08 p.m., 2100
block of Jam n-.L. Redman
Parkway
Aggravated battery, 5:45
p.m., East Alabama and
Morgan streets
Assault, 9 p.m., 500 block of
South Maryland Avenue
Vehicle burglary, 9:30 p.m.,
500 block of Sandlewood
Drive
Grand theft, 10:05 p.m.,
1200 block of Townsgate
Court
March 22
..Burglary, 7 a.m., 3200 block
of-Park Walk Court
'Bur:lryIW residence, 11:20
a.im., .Q50.0-,block of Knight
Street
Burglary residence, 11:20
a.m., 800 block of West Warren
Street
Grand theft, 2:30 p.m., 100
block of North Wilder Road.
Retail theft, 3 p.m., 2100
block of James L. Redman
Parkway
Vehicle burglary, 6 p.m.,
4700 block of West Dawn
Meadows
Criminal mischief, 6 p.m.,
2400 block of James L.
Redman Parkway
Vehicle theft, 8 p.m., 500
block of East Strickland Street
Vehicle theft, 8 p.m., 4700
block of Silkrun Court
Vehicle burglary, 8:20 p.m.,
1500 block of Plantation Grove
Court
Vehicle theft, 9 p.m., 600
block of West Ball Street
Vehicle burglary, 9:30 p.m.,
1700 block of Oakwood
Estates Drive
Criminal mischief, 10 p.m.,
1400 block of Oakwood Lane

March 23
Criminal mischief, 12:15
a.m., 300 block of Sugar Creek
Drive
Vehicle burglary, 1 a.m.,
3100 block of Sammonds
Road
Driving under the influence,
1:13 a.m., Thonotosassa Road
and North Alexander Street
Criminal mischief, 2:55
a.m., 100 block of North Lake
Boulevard
Retail theft, 5:14 p.m., 2600
block of Jamnes ;L, Redman
Parkway -
Petty theft, 5:30 p.m., 2400
block of James L. Redman
Parkway
Criminal mischief, 5:50 p.m.,
600 block of West Ball Street
Criminal mischief, 6 p.m.,
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Murder suspect arrested
Hillsborough County Sher-
iffs Office detectives arrested
a 22-year-old Tampa man and
charged him with the March
18 murder of Dennis Villalo-
bos, 27, of Dover.
Detectives arrested Miguel
Omar Maldonado of 4807 E.
10th Ave., Tampa, at 2948 W.
Cherry St., Tampa, March 30
about 5 a.m.
Villalobos was killed during
a home invasion.
Maldonado is charged with
first-degree murder, three
counts of armed kidnapping
and armed robbery with a
firearm. He is being held with-
out bond.

Wanted man captured
A 20-year-old Plant City
man wanted on an outstand-
ing Hillsborough County war-
rant for violation of probation
for delivery of cocaine was
arrested March 31 after a brief
foot chase, Plant City police
officials said.
Paul L. Wright was found in
the 100 block of South Forest
Street about 4:40 p.m. Wright,
of 1005 S. Empire St., was in a
1993 Ford Crown Victoria
when detectives arrived to
arrest him, said police Sgt.
Steve Singletary. Wright fled
the car on foot but was caught
by police several blocks away.
Police said Wright was in
possession of more than
$3,000. Detectives also found
203.2 grams of marijuana, 4.5
grams of cocaine and several
scales in the vehicle, Sing-


letary said.
Wright is being held with-
out bond in the Orient Road
Jail. He is charged with pos-
session of marijuana, posses-
sion of cocaine and fleeing
from the police.

Auto theft/drug investigation
A Plant City man faces
charges of grand theft auto
and possession of heroine and
methamphetamines after
Plant City police officers
found him sitting in a Ford
LTD that had been reported
stolen earlier in Hillsborough
County.
Michael Nolan, 29, of 1234
W. State Road 60, was arrested
March 28 about 4:20 p.m.
when police spotted the car in
the Wal-Mart parking lot at
2602 James L. Redman Park-
way.
Police also found 23.4
grams of heroin and .60 grams
of methamphetamines, said
Sgt. Steve Singletary.
Nolan is charged with grand
theft auto, trafficking in her-
oin and possession of meth-
amphetamine, Singletary
said.
Nolan is being held without
bond in the Orient Road Jail.

Heroin seizure/suspect
wanted
A 20-year-old Plant City
man is wanted by police fol-
lowing a March 18 traffic stop
that resulted in the man flee-
ing and the police finding
crack cocaine and marijuana
in the car.


The incident began when
police spotted a black Chevro-
let Impala with an improper
temporary tag. Officers
attempted to stop the car, but
it turned into the Days Inn
parking lot at 301 S. Frontage
Road.
At that time, the driver, who
was known by police, got out
and ran. Fantara Holmes, 19,
of Lakeland was left in the car
along with crack cocaine and
marijuana, said police Sgt.
Steve Singletary.
While investigating the
incident police learned that
Holmes and Demon Levison
were renting a room at the
Days Inn, Singletary said. A
search of the room uncovered
more crack cocaine, powder
cocaine and a locked safe,
Singletary said.
Holmes is charged with
possession and sale of
cocaine, Singletary said.
The safe was opened March
23 and inside was more than
130 grams of cocaine, more
than 400 grams of marijuana
and $1,500 in cash.
The car and money were
seized by the Plant City Police
Department.
Levison is wanted for traf-
ficking cocaine, possession of
cocaine with intent to deliver,
possession of marijuana, pos-
session of drug paraphernalia
and resisting arrest.
Anyone with information
about Levison is asked to con-
tact the Plant City Police
Department at 757-9200, or
by calling the TIPS line at 754-
8477.


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Bargain store open
The Plant City Women's Club bargain
store, 1110 N. Wheeler St., will be open
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 6-7 and April 8
from 8 a.m. to noon. Call: 752-4871.

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.

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.

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

Friday Night Gospel Sing
A Friday Night Gospel Sing featuring the
Duncan Family from Seffner will take pace
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 and more.
Call: 752-1614.

Church yard sale
A yard sale is planned for April 7-8 from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. at Shiloh Baptist Church, 905
Terrace Drive. Call: 752-8345 or 754-7445.

Wine festival
The Wine Festival of Central Florida, a
benefit for the Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals, is planned April 7 at the
Lake Mirror Promenade in Lakeland. Tick-
ets are $50 a person. Call Sarah Meltzer,
(863) .646-7722, Ext. 105.

SATURDAY
Yard sales
A yard sale and bake sale is set for April
8 starting at 8 a.m. at Springhead United
Methodist Church, 2305 Sparkman Road.
Call: 752-5751.
The staff of Robinson Elementary
School plans a yard sale April 8 from 8 a.m.
to noon in the school cafeteria, 4801
Turkey Creek Road. Call: 757-9424.

Unity fundraiser
A fundraiser for Unity in the Community,
a Plant City group that helps the needy in
the area, is set for April 8 from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. at the Womnen's Club of Plant City,
1110 N. Wheeler St. The frame and mat sale
will feature a large selection of mats cut
and uncut and many frames of all sizes,
new and used. Call: 752-4871.

Rainbow Ball
The Rainbow Ball, a benefit Plant City's
Rainbow Family Learning Center for
abused children, is set for April 8 from 6:30
to 11:30 p.m. at the Red Rose Ballroom at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St. The
event includes dinner, wine tasting, open
bar, silent and live auctions, a cigar
smoking area, ballroom dancing demon-
strations and live entertainment with an
open dance floor. Tickets are $125.
Call: 754-8870.

The.Florida Opry
The Florida Opry will present The South-
ern Star Bluegrass Band and other perform-
ers April 8 at 7 prm. at the 1914 Plant City
High School Community Center, North'
Evers and Herring streets. Reserve seats are
$12.50. Call: 752-4094.


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Owners of Florida plans a seminar on hurri-
cane preparedness at 10 a.m. April 8 in the
clubhouse at the Meadows 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 at the
Orange Blossom Tea Room, 106 S. Evers St.
Call: (863) 896-0688.

MONDAY
Citizens Academy of Finance 101
Parents and community members are
invited to the Citizens Academy of Finance
101, April 10 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Plant
City High School auditorium. This presen-
tation will include information on public
school funding, impact fees and other
financial issues facing the school district.
Call: 757-9370.

Open auditions
Ms. Dixie's Aurora Music and Performing
Arts, 206 S. Evers St., plans open auditions
for the summer musical "Pom Pom Zom-
bies" April 10-12 at 7 p.m. Call: 717-9575.

TUESDAY
Toddler, Story Time
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer the following children's pro-
grams on Tuesdays throughout March:
Toddler Time for ages 15 to 30 months
and their caregivers, 9:30 a.m. Stories,
finger plays and songs make up the 20-min-
ute program.
+ Story Time for ages 2 1/2 to 5 who can
sit by themselves in a group, 10:30 a.m.


Finger plays and songs make up the 30-
minute program.
Call: 757-9215.

Kindergarten roundup
Walden Lake Elementary School, 2800
Turkey Creek Road, plans a kindergarten
roundup, which helps familiarize parents
with their child's school, teachers and pro-
grams, April 11 at 8:30 a.m. Birth certificate,
immunization records, a recent physical
(within a year) and proof of residency are
needed for registration. Call: 757-9433.

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

Garden Club visits Crystal Springs
SThe Garden Club of Plant City plans a
field trip to Crystal Springs April 12. The
public is invited to join them for this event.
Meet at the clubhouse at 12:45 p.m. and car
pool to Crystal Springs.
Call: Darcy Stottlemeyer, 759-1019.

PLAN AHEAD
Easter Egg Hunt, Spring Carnival
An Easter Egg Hunt and Spring Carnival
is set for April 15 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
First United Methodist Church, 303 N.
Evers St. The event will feature an egg hunt,
bounce house, petting zoo, face painting,
crafts, baskets to win, popcorn and drinks.
Call: 754-3519.

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CLUB CLIPS

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club
invites singles to a dance
every Friday from 8 p.m. to
midnight at the Stardust
Dance Center in Plant City
Plaza, 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
Thursday of every month at 6:
45 a.m. at the Orange Blos-
som Tea Room, 106 S. Evers
St. Call: Don, 684-4796.

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

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

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Consequences Of A ar State


War consists of killing people and destroying
property. That's all there is to war. Any honest
soldier will tell you the same thing: His job is
to kill people and destroy property. That's true
of all branches of the service.


The difficult question is,
When is a nation justified in
making the decision to kill
other people and destroy their
property? I think the rule is the
same as it is for individuals.
You are justified in killing only
in defense of your own life or
the lives of others for whom
you are responsible.
By that definition, the U.S.
has fought only one justified
war in this and the past
century. That was World War
II. Putting aside the fact that
the U.S. government provoked
Japan into attacking, attack it
did, and the U.S. had a right to
respond. We were not attacked,
however, in Korea, Vietnam,
Libya, Lebanon, Panama,
Grenada, Yugoslavia, Afghanis-
tan or Iraq.
In Korea and Vietnam, we
intervened in a civil war as two
sides of a divided country
fought for supremacy. We.
bombed Libya in a reprisal raid
for a terrorist attack in Ger-
many. Reprisals, in World War
II, were considered war crimes.
We weren't attacked by
Lebanon. In Panama, we
attacked to change the
government. I don't really


CHARLEY
REESE
Columnist


know why we attacked Gre-
nada. The pretense was that it
was building an airport that
could handle Soviet airplanes. I
suspect it was really a political
ploy designed for domestic
consumption.
I don't know why we decided
to bomb Yugoslavia. That,
again, was a civil war that
should not have concerned us.
The now-late Slobodan
Milosevic was only trying to do
what Abraham Lincoln did -
prevent the secession of states
from Yugoslavia.


Our problem in Afghanistan
was not the Taliban
government. It was al-Qaida.
We overthrew the Taliban
government but failed to
destroy al-Qaida. Only God and
George Bush know why we
attacked Iraq. That was clearly
a war of aggression, no differ-
ent from the German invasion
of Poland in the 1930s.
It's ironic that the president
likes to claim to be promoting
peace, when we are the most
warlike nation on Earth and the
one with the largest war-
department budget. We are
also the biggest arms peddler
in the world. It seems there is
no country on Earth that's
immune to U.S. officials telling
it how to run its internal affairs.
The problem is that war,
except in self-defense, is a total
waste. Human lives are wasted.
Accumulated wealth is wasted.
The results of war are debt,
taxation, human sorrow and
human bitterness. The billions
of dollars we spend killing
other people and destroying
their property are billions that
can't be spent on improving
education, America's infra-
structure, the health of our
people and preserving our
land, water and air.
Wars also destroy truth and
trust with their secrecy and
propaganda. Instead of
patriotism, which is a love of
the land and the people, the


war state substitutes jingoism,
which is a love of the
government and support of
war. in America today, both
liberals and neoconservatives
have been corrupted by the
imperialist war state. The
liberals are too cowardly to
oppose unjustified wars, and
the neoconservatives instigate
and applaud them.
It is a triumph of imperial
war-state propaganda that
people are afraid they will be
called unpatriotic if they
oppose their government's
foreign wars and their domes-
tic consequences.
Well, a continuation of the
present policy will eventually
destroy America. We are
already $8 trillion in debt. Most
of the world views us as a rogue
nation. Our manufacturing
base is being depleted, not to
mention our natural resources.
Our education system is sick.
Our culture is decadent. Our
government is corrupt.
It's no longer a question of
supporting or not supporting
any particular administration.
It's a question of survival.
Those who value liberty and
the rule of law and believe that
foreign policy should be based
on the Golden Rule had better
assert themselves now.

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


So Far, 50 Is Looking Good


am writing this column three days after my 50th
birthday. So far, I seriously like this decade the 50s
could not have gotten off to a better start. When the
big day arrived I stumbled into the kitchen to make
coffee, turned on the light and found my nephews
sitting at the counter with silverware in their hands.


"Is it time for breakfast?"
they asked. It turns out I make
awesome buttermilk pancakes.
By the end of the day and
with the help of their sisters
two huge holes appeared in the
back yard and a cubic yard or
more of sand made it into the
house. It was only a 48-hour
visit but I'll probably be
stepping on Lego pieces in the
dark and discovering army
men in my shoes for some time
to come. The cats may not
speak to me again for weeks.
Our niece and nephew care
plan is built on the principle
that absolute aunt and uncle
authority comes with the
loaner program. Our turf, our
rules. Consequently they go
home exhausted but happy
having played hard, eaten well,
done all sorts of things they
wouldn't get away with at
home, and watched little or no
television.
That evening 1 enjoyed
dinner with my family and 25
close church friends. I opened
a boatload of corny cards


DEREK
'MAUL
Columnist


including the classic, "50 is
when you start asking yourself
life's big questions ...,Like,
'Why did I come into this
room? I knew a minute ago ...'"
Late the next afternoon my
wife and I drove out to The
Castaway Restaurant on
Courtney Campbell Parkway.
We watched the sun slip down
over the water and soaked in
some of the best ambience
Tampa has to offer, enjoying
great seafood and savoring 29
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years of personal history. It was
the 30th time we've celebrated
my birthday together and I've
never once been disappointed.
Yes, life is good.
My brother Geoffs birthday
falls two days after mine. He
called to say he was about to
fulfill a lifelong dream and
jump out of an airplane. He
should have invited me along,
then I could have pushed him
out and fulfilled a younger
brother's dream at the same
time.
Just when I thought turning
half a century couldn't look any
better, I received the news I've
set my heart on pretty much
ever since the first day I learned
how to write. Tuesday after-
noon, at the same moment my
brother was free falling through
the atmosphere somewhere
overhead, a publishing house
in Nashville, Tenn., offered me
an advance and a contract on
my first book.
How sweet it is.
Just a week earlier my wife
and I had driven to St. Peters-
burg to spend a few hours
perusing the "Ink and Blood"
exhibit at the Florida
International Museum.
The collection assembled
by curator Dr. William H. Noah
- traces the development of
written language, chronicling
the story of sacred literature
through the amazing work of


William Tyndale and the
compilation of the first King
James Bible in 1611.
The exhibition is titled "Ink
and Blood" because access to
the written word has always
threatened those who remain
in power via the suppression of
creative thinking and the
revolutionary world of ideas.
In Europe, tens of thousands
of people were slaughtered for
the sole purpose of keeping the
Bible out of the hands of
ordinary people because
ordinary people become
extraordinary when they are
exposed to the truth.
I pray hard that I can honor
such a legacy as I embrace my
first opportunity to place a
published work in print.
I want to challenge people to
think, and to think differently. I
want to motivate readers to
step outside of their comfort
zones and allow themselves to
be transformed. Most of all, I
pray that my writing makes
people nervous, especially
those who profit from the
ignorance and the bondage
that keeps too many of us -
even in America from living
in perfect freedom.

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


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At 77 Mary Johnson Shoots A 77


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


Seventy-seven is a good
number for Mary Johnson, a
member of the Walden Lake
Woman's Golf Association.
Mary shot 77 and turned 77
years old in the same week.
I'm told shooting a 77 is a rare
feat for most women.
Mary is not only a good
golfer, she is a good and
generous woman. Up until a
couple of years ago when she
moved here, she taught inner
city kids in Indiana how to
golf.

Welcome home Sean Garrison
Jim and Jean Garrison's
son, Sean, is coming home for
a few weeks after a five-
month tour of duty in Bagh -
dad.
He is assigned to the 61st
Army Cavalry and will return
to Iraq for six more months.
Sean, a 2002 graduate of
Durant High School, did his
advance training at Fort
Campbell, Ky.
God bless this soldier and
his family.

Well done 'Pappy'
Many people know the
accomplished community
side of lawyer Robert Trinkle,
who will receive the Plant City
Photo Archive's Heritage
Award April 29, but he has
another side that brings
smiles and laughter to his
grandchildren. They include
Rob and Kate Briggs also my
grandchildren and Amanda
and Alicia Gilbertson.
Family members, including
wife Ann, will be on hand to
watch proud "Pappy" Trinkle
receive the award. The
archive's fourth annual gala is
open to the public and tickets
are $125 per person. You have
until April 15 to make reserva-
tions by calling 754-1578.

Young artist in the making
Speaking of proud little
ones, congratulations to
Cheyenne Hangartner, 6, who
won a first-place ribbon at the
Florida Strawberry Festival
this year for one of her
paintings.
More news from the East
Hillsborough Art Guild: Joyce
Jordan, chairwoman of the
Unity of the Community, will
have an art frame sale April 8
from 8 a.m. to noon at the
Plant City Woman's Club,
1110 N. Wheeler St. This will
coincide with the annual
rummage sale at the club. All
proceeds from Jordan's frame
sale will benefit Unity in the
Community.

Colemans at top of the class
John and Marine Coleman


At left, about
100 guests
enjoyed Festa
Italiana. The
event raised
more than
$17,000, with
proceeds to
benefit South
Florida Baptist
Hospital's
Foundation.
Helping organize
the event were,
from left, Susan
Kolker, Mikie
Snyder, Ruby
Jean Redman,
Stanley Kolker,
Jim Redman,
Dean Snyder,
and Billy and
Marsha Pass-
more. Below,
"Pappy" Robert
Trinkle with two
of his grandchil-
dren, Rob and
Kate Briggs.


Above, Tomlin's boys soccer team went undefeated with a 4-0-1
record. Below, Tomlin's girls soccer team compiled a 3-1-1 record.


send news that their daughter
Sarah and son Joshua both
graduates of Plant .City High
School, have made the dean's
list at Lee University in
Cleveland, Tenn. Daughter
Mary Catherine, a senior and
March Calendar Girl at PCHS,
was selected as a finalist for
Florida's 26th annual Home-
coming Queen competition in
Orlando.
Many more blessings to
this family.

McGinnes, Herold on
time, all the time
Willard McGinnes has not
missed a Kiwanis meeting in
48 years. This has to be more
than a local record. Bill
Herold is not far behind with
42.
Congratulations to these
loyal guys.

Carmony, Benson make
Tomlin a winner
Well done to Mike Carmony


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Lee University. At right, Mary
Catherine Coleman is a senior
and was the March Calendar
Girl at Plant City High School.

and Sharon Benson, Tomlin
Middle School's boys and girls
soccer coaches.
The boys went undefeated
with a 4-0-1 record and the
girls went an impressive 3-1-


'Al


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1. We're sure proud to have
these teachers/ coaches
working in our community.

Festa Italiana a hit
The food.was authentically


Italian and extraordinarily
delicious. The entertainment
was worthy of a Broadway
opening night. And the
weather cooperated. Not too
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APRIL 6,2006 THE COURIER 9


LEFIERS


Writer missed

point on

Scientology
The letter by Jerry Lofstrom
in last week's Courier "Plant
City and Scientology" did no
good by preaching tolerance.
We're not talking religions
here. We're talking corpora-
tions. This so-called "Out-
reach" center's main purpose
is to feed newcomers to the
larger organization in Tampa.
This new center will offer
basic books, lectures and $60
mini-courses that are pretty
good at helping people with
some basic problems in life.
But, the employees there are
already specially trained to


hard-sell the more expensive
stuff and "body-route" them
to the higher organization
where the courses start at
$1,875 and up. I have the list
of costs of programs. I used to
be one of those body-routers,
actually trained to physically
control the body of the "raw-
meat" candidate as they are
taken to see a "Div 2 registrar"
who then will not let the
candidate leave until they
have signed up for something
... anything. They are very,
very good at this. Their prime
motive is statistics.
At the end of the day, they
will tally up the statistics for
that day, like BIS: bodies-in-
the-shop; GI: Gross Income;
Starts: raw-meat started on a
new course or auditing
program.
Once they got you hooked
(because the technology is


very workable), the indoctri-
nation and group-think goes
this way: The Church of
Scientology is the only group
capable of saving mankind
and the planet. One of their
top goals is to "clear the
planet" with Dianetics.
The gullible and the young
idealist will grab onto these
doctrines and others with an
incredible zeal.
All of this doesn't look
terribly bad upon first
inspection. But, when you see
how the staff are treated, and
the converts are continually
ripped off for over-priced
courses and counseling and
how the new copyrights and
trademarks of the "religion"
prevent the common man
from acquiring the techniques
at reasonable prices, you
really need to take a hard look
to see if you want this group
in your town.
Craig Robart
Plant City


BRIGGS
Continued From Page 8
hot, not too cold, perfect.
That was the general
consensus of the guests who
attended the Festa Italiana
celebration March 26 in the
charmingly manicured
gardens of Mikie and Dean
Snyder and their neighbors,
Cassandra and George
Banning.
The food was prepared and
served by the catering staff of
the South Florida Baptist
Hospital, and the menu
consisted of antipasti, Italian
sliced meats, cheeses, two
different pasta varieties, fish
and, of course, cannoli for
dessert.
The entertainment also
featured Michelle and David
Pruyn and their Combo Band,
April Smith, Rossana Spallino
and Ed Verner. All of them
generously offered their


talents at no charge because
they knew that the proceeds
were going to the Jim and
Ruby Jean Redman Emer-
.gency Center at the South
Florida Baptist Hospital.
Financially, the afternoon
was a success, as well. The net
proceeds topped $15,000, the
planning committee's target.
The hospital foundation
staff was so pleased with the
event that they have
requested the committee
repeat it in 2007.

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,
101 N. Wheeler St., Plant City,
FL 33566.


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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dorer: S Doter itd Don ing lV.
659' 2600

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Illen chapel : 11l I') lara uit.
"52- 389
I/tun/ Olite I1.1 U. .utadison S/
Ilonnl Oli e"- H/lon, Rd. '";'- 2628

APOSTOUC
lsmblea. Iposlolkia:
150I (olon Rd. "'"-3496
Iposolirc nImrcb o/J'ewis (hrist.
1212 II. Reinolds., ".5130

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
.Ibmndant life- Pinecre4t Rd.
lithia. 6Wo. 424i
Bethalt. 9f0-4 Hmane Rd.
fhonoloesasa. '986.5"'
C(.ainr Fellouship
II10,\ 6ironw 11.. ". 52 5i5
(. rilian life .tssemb(lY:
3120 S. Ithller Rd., W-402
Dft er First: 5R -" C Petffe Ret
6,19-03*.i.
faitl,' emple I./ at IHills msowb h Pollk
(oiunir line. "- 2.1132
hflth lielihthose-
3409- % 1R9 % 52.1 95
Firsn Plant (.it:
(har/ie griffin Rd.
U oJfR39. 52. 1351/
Forl 1/aifli: corner of South Hin p39
S in th'1 R1d. "-,-4165t
hel tlt/e 'iRA1 4 F. -4Sf
fouint lion.
i 4 ti I tniolo.L&tsa Rd. "i2.-1614
Pleasant Groi e
lurkei (reek Rd. -3" 29
I ilo e ifrship (ruh'r.
(ountl line Rd., 5.-hAs9
Siltiei -.sinel Ri. 1 '10 mi. E
ofi.ldne.-Doier Rd. 659.05i2
turkme (reek-
lurket (seek Rdi "l5 -53"2

BAPTIST
. Iar a. Turkr, (reek Rd,.
\.i R 60. -3".3"39
Alania Baplil: 222. tiafina (humnh Rd.

Antioch. Horton Rdl. "3'.3240
Berea. R39 S. "."-1'-.12
Beltanl.: ork Rd. ".52 9209
Bethel. 80H Renfro it. "5-22.39
Beuilab..llen i (ounit line Rd.
lithia. "3".1122
Bible: (barlie 6(.rifin Rd.
"-J28"5
Bunm hmid FIriple. Encli Dr 0.
SR 5",. "52. '82
(alian Free 911/-
3539 lrapnell Rd F
(edar 6(rot e: F l Keill7e Rd.

Central ojf litia:
Pine Ctil & Ani srille Rd
(ltu-hv/ on the Rock:
301 l. .Isobrolk., -2.i340
(ommunih, (bristian:
I310 \. Ihiannon Ire. "5i- 5383
(isrveid.s: SRi39 5. Pinteere'.l
"3".1211
(twintrstidt e BaptList (lric i.
13322 Sidnel Rd.. 5--82100
Doi er Firsl: .. Gallng/er Rd.
659.0203
litsLside: /131 F Calhoun 5/.
"54.2681
last lhonolostwsa. M'lintoshl
6 nintRhls-.,rifini Rd. 986 43,46
Failih emple Primith e:
80. Uf. -tashinglon 5/. "5.4-601


First Bapis (tthr'bh 0/l itual.
1MIddua' Rd. "52 "209
First Baptit ilhibia.
Intersei lion ol /iR ?9 &
li hin -Pinereit Rd. T"J' 1121
First Plant. iti-:
t30.\ Palmer. "52.-104
lirst 7onimtoas.sa lissionnn:
.1kInlosh Rd. 9.'6 4.~56
Hlarmon, Baplistl (lanh:
60f8 1 h Anibsh, 6lfiln Rd. 9.6. "165
1hopen ell: 5R 39 5. "3 -3053
knighlIts. Paul Bucinuana Hia.
-V 49"2
lebanon: Rrancuih fore Rd.
"52 2-20f
lone Wak: lone hOak Rd, ~54-52"8
.Ifount Ilt-riah Freeill.
warren &Jolnmsun S., 544.9"
Mount Itoriah freenill.
2042 Colsoni Rd. "3" -1490
Ifount Ohire: 60i I. 11il St.
"i'-38.J
%eu Hope freen ill
Baptist (Chibh:
.101/ .rI wles oer iRd. Dorer
Aeu. Wl. lion freenil/l:
JilI/ Daniels Rd.. "-52. .985
\orthllile-
1i'0 \%. Franklin St. "52.-29
Oaknoodl. importt Rd. "52-5499
Plant (ith Primiti e-
509, Eiers 1/. ~54 2h61l
Pleasantly ro6 e first:
flrkei (reek Rd. *"f 2556
ShiblHn aptit (bhun'h
!'1' 'I. t1enate Dr.. "54 "4-i
-.p*inuguead.L higgins. Road.
'5. 48"'9
St. iWke I 108 \. ia'nell St. "5i .99'2
S/ I/an r e''euill.
Hunter 6 liarrie' /. 4-i6.-.5'
it tfrin shionain.
181H .R. 60E.. -"-" j6.,
Si. Iurin (onmnunill (huiinh.
91'" [ laura St. "-i-161/6
5 dnae: 150 lfieeRd. 659 1502
[in ke I reek (onununiii
BaptisI (huinht
S44" Inrk,'e (reek Ri.
81.-. ""-'. 122
furket (-reek lint-
Irapnell Rd. "5. -"890
I ictormr lliioinan Itaki Rlt
li eh oine ikpilit- /11.30S le/i mae
(hurch51 St. (813 '3".-22
ifestside. 2503 I. Graiifield lue.
"52- 150
lihitehnrst Rd: 0(1 \. bitehnrnst Rd.
'5 5405

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little I union: I55i (County Rd 39.
litlht. 6i34-"54
Salemn Prinitih e:
I 102 .n lenm ( hiuir Rd.. Srbe-er

CATHOLIC
it. (lenient 1104 1. Ilexandtr St.
"V.821il

CHURCH OF CHRIST
U. /ilM-r d: 938.,% hiler Rd.

Copk: fork Road. "52-.1521
laum it: 1310 E. Ilure 1t.
"52-2858I
Springhead: higgims Rd. "541 485

CHRISTIAN

I h' .[,le: Nl CI Ir:h ,l
Firsl- 210lS rTeonolosassa Rd.
"52i. 385


CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Coriernlone thbitiiani
Mlclnio/l Rd., \ oJR 5"4

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
\en Grace. 1214 f hiurn St

CHURCH OF GOD
iLlevelanlir Tenn
(aliln c (onmnnlir:
5209 %milbhRals Rd
Initer [oimilu ing $1. 659. 29I
Plant (itI: 2103 Itullake Rd. "'52-4591
Fnaker (reek. furkev Creek Rd
atl SR 60. "'; I jl
Tilonotosassa:
1"0l2 IFalot Rd. 986-1916

CHURCH OF GOD
i rtn .:1o 1 Inrdjirii
Kingsii ar lirst. 2808 Ainlgsuar \.
Seuffitr. b5-.500
Plant (il\: race fellow/,hip
"13/. lsmbok SV. 161..1/90
FrilF. S\ (,onmhl ,nid lBaker St.
'52-.643i
gospel tabernacle: /llen & I aines St

EPISCOPAL
SI. Peter's: 301 ,\. (are St.
"52.5061

FULL GOSPEL
Destiunl (burch ol Plant lilt
11/12,. I heeler St..
81. 659 218/1

HOLINESS
lDelit erhinue labermu 'e:
S,.NS H. Giant S1.
Relilge' (hlln h u l lir lout
2. II. BRll it

INDEPENDENT
s' ill uospel Taberunatr:
2.'/ I iunintonls R.I. "54 .N43
itetloration .Lsemibll.
/1i6 5 t.lers 51t
i'.angis, f//for 'surs liahermuicle.
;R 5"4. F. of ii er. 659 f.002

iNTERDENOMINATIONAL
(alarian, Ipel Pbnt City:.
1310 .orth Sbhannon. le.. 892.05/
( In7stiain (ron th renter:
.;10. \. S/annon. "9.219 9
. oi.eumnt Bible/ (/mnh:
408 F. Inmlin 1St. '54- 1133
Dtheper life Fellou ship.
(o illa Rd. If of 5R39 \.
Reviral Outreuath Center:
?25 \. Dora' Rd. 681.22510

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hlall. .1202 Staerland. Ire.
"52 33i 5

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
(burhrr oI'leils (nhst Is :
18055 Park Rd '52 636-

LUTHERAN
Hope /(1S: 21001 Park Bird. "52.-4622
lont of li/fi Ell:
21101 ind lake Rl. "52-606i

NAZARENE
Ifagoaner .femnorial-
2402 Itfd lake Rd. "'2. '"86

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Fuil (,ospel lellou ship
H. ,l/clin.h e
Full (oslpel Tabertucle:
2.11 Sanntionds Rd. "5. 3843


reoaler lore I brislian nleos:
1109A\. Iranklin St. "59482-0
Impact lanml' lWnrship (enter:
,Ieets at Seflner "lemenitanr
S'hodi. 65"-'914
Kailnos International
(bnu-rh of Forida:
902 f Reirti St. "64-10929
Tampia Bible Fellou ship:
10201 F. mHIIshonruigh. IIe. "5i-21'
(ni/i (tuist (hur/h-
191I ,. (rrnon St. 659-.2624
lournan's Praise uani lsonlhip (enter:
I S. 92 1

ORTHODOX
Holl Prtection tDrthodox (bhurrh:
.W3820 .oores lake Rd. Doier: 659 0121

PENTECOSTAL
Greater Heig/hls family.
Ilorihip (enter.
3301 C(enmnins Rd. *54. "0j.S
living halters foursquare
Chunhb: 602 S. Fters it. "59-.52s
\e Il Hope worship (enter
801 li. flaiunwl 5/. "5"-.123

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Doiner Iloore's lake e. Holiness
(Inumh Rd. 659-13111
(hurch of the lit ing hoid:
1102 lTrier St. "5i.5840i

PRESBYTERIAN
Fi[iangelical Phnut (ICv:
Ili" (btarlit 6ri/in Rd. -59-9183
first Pr.,sbI.lerian Planl trli'
41 II Rewoles SI. -52.i211

SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Ilalk nuilth od Ilinintri.
15140 SR 54,. ier.: 659 .19~ii

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant (iih: 22110 S/riiub ern Di
'52-4i694

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES. INC
stI 'I Single iian Fellon-/hip 6
i-anelis sin"I2011 Soutlh Kiggins Rdl.
"54 3224

SOUTHERN METHODIST
Firs"- 03 U.Jolhnson Rd.
-51 5968

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Itark I united ( church:
2914 lihia-Pinecrest Rd. lalrico.
685.0998

UNITED METHODIST
(ork. 4815 I. Sam Illen Rd.

Doi er First. Ilore's take Rd at
.Ite/lUiMUs (him nb It. 659 1415
irst Plant C(r- i ;3. Fiers St.
"54. 519
Grate. 180/ 1 F (herr 659-3/18
Sunset Heights: IallerlDr. "5424-41
.Sprlnghead. 2305 Sparkman Rd.
"52-5'51
St lake: 809 E. laura St, "il5051
Ihonoloassa: Fort King Iuiv. iat
slistletoe I-., 986. 135
frinliy Plant ('it'
402 I. lngltls St., "52l93/6

WORD OF FAITH
faith Oulreach (hunrch of Plant (Cl/
HI Plant (tih (tCampus
John R Frinkle Building
1206 .orth Park RtL. "599 '2".


LONE OAK

BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road, Plant Cry
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School I0 00 A-1
Morning Wcrhiip I 1.00 A M.
Evening Worship 6 00 PM
Wednesday Adult & Youi.h Miniscries
7 00 P.H.
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IN THE SPIRIT


Pastor Jim Creel

New Hope Worship Center
Pastor Jim Creel of New Q: What floats your boat
Hope Worship Center, 803 W. about Plant City?
Mahoney St., has been in A: I like the smallness that
ministry almost 50 years. really attracted me. Neighbors
]--I, _-Ft-- 1,I +]-T,- *\7n- ;-t-.4


"I started when I was 11," he
said. "I evangelized until I was
18, then took my first church.
We moved to Plant City a little
over 20 years ago. My wife,
Marge Singletary, wanted to
come back home."

Q: Where were you raised?
A: Hartford, Ala. I left there
(when I was) around 17 or 18
years old and had churches in
Caryville, Fla., Fort Walton
Beach, Jasper, Mayo, Hunts-
ville, Ala., Jacksonville ,and
then here.

Q: What's your denomina-
tion?
A: We're a totally indepen-
dent Pentecostal church, affi-
liated with the World Bible
Way Fellowship out of Dallas.
We started with about 24
people. First, we bought
property out off Trapnell Road
but outgrew the building.
Then we moved into town.
This facility used to be the
Church of Christ.

Q: What do you love about
the church?
A: We're a real family, an
excited group of people.
There's people, from all
denominations represented in
this congregation.


look. aiterL each other. ou just
don't have that in larger cities.
I'm afraid we're losing some of
that and it disappoints us.

Q: What's your favorite
hymn?
A: "Amazing Grace." I love
the words,'the message of the
song. What Christ did for us,
the only way to explain it is
grace. We sing a lot of hymns. I
guess we're a little bit old-
fashioned. There's nothing
could take the place of
hymns.

Q: Do you play an instru-
ment?
A: Guitar a little bit, mainly
the keyboard every service. I
play a little bit on the saxo-
phone. I love Southern gospel,
the old quartet style. I've
always been musically
inclined.

Q: Is there a TV show you try
not to miss?
A: This time of the year my
wife and I really enjoy "Ameri-
can Idol." I like the old "Andy
Griffith Show," "Little House
on the Prairie," "The Waltons."
These new programs I don't
know, I can't get into a lot of
them.

Q: How do you get your


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Pastor Jim Creel of New Hope Worship Center enjoys "American Idol" when he watches television.
He also is an avid fisherman.


news?
A: I read the paper online
every morning when I first
come in. The Dothan Eagle,
the Lakeland Ledger and The
Tampa Tribune.

Q: Do you have any pets?
A: "Mr. 'T,' a Chinese Shar-
Pei puppy. Well he's really not
a puppy, he's 10 now, but he's
like one of the kids. He pretty
well runs the house.

Q: What do you do for fun?
A: Fish. I love to freshwater


A: She's just a down-to-
earth person. She's that way at
church or home. She's just
herself and I like that.

Q: What makes a good
marriage?
A: Trust. And take advan-
tage of the time you do have.
When you first marry you're
convinced you're really in
love. As the marriage goes
along you find out and develop
the love you thought you had
to start with.
See SPIRIT, Page 23


fish. I was born and raised on
the ponds and creeks. I have a
boat and I try to go at least
once a week.

Q: What book has influ-
enced you most?
A: I'm reading a lot of John
Hagee's books on prophecy.
I'm teaching on Wednesday
nights on the Book of Revela-
tion and my mind's on that
now.

Q: What makes you proud
of your wife?


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Sells Memorial Fu eral Home I ', i od l o liGaine ilk hric ',fe Ca niI, cdifcu
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familie, O Plan Cias. Wells Funera. Home Lace. M.Clellan oined the funeral Debbe h on oen m n rough Tranorming Lie a liniM ,
home, [atf in 19ou. became part ovw ner in I1'Lo>. and liter acquired full O11 lner[hip j
o WWells. In the lO-s. Liec merged Wells Funeral Home v. ich Colonial Funeral inJ ork Hl aiece. In 2aln1 she A ir uld like [o eend
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S no. been seruin icts commune ror over 10L.h ears. T he home is a complete service
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More than 500 people filled the auditorium at Tomlin Middle School April 1 for the 37th
annual Little Miss Plant City contest. Denna Lemelin, above left, reacts as she is named the
queen. The event is hosted by Plant City Junior Women's Club. Little Miss Plant City and her
court represent the club at community events throughout the year.


Above, the top
10 finalists line
up at the 2006
Little Miss Plant
City at Tomlin
Middle School.
At left, members
of the Plant City
junior Women's
Club with the
2006 queen and
her court.


Above, all dressed up for the Little Miss Plant City contest are
Carson Mitchell, left, Breanna Washom, Madison Washom and
Merritt Smith. Below, also taking a bow at the event were the
2005 queen are her court who donated $1,200 to the Plant City
Junior Women's Club shoe drive. The drive benefits area school
children who might not be able to afford new shoes. Pictured
are, from left, queen, Virginia Bochy; first maid, Kelsey Moore;
court members, Madison Carlton, Macaley Barrow and Isis Ash.


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NEWS DIGEST

YMCA hosting Healthy
Kids Day
Thousands of children and
families from across -the
Tampa Bay area are expected
to celebrate Healthy Kids Day
April 8 from 10 am. to 2 p.m.
by participating in free activi-
ties at the YMCA.
This year more than 1,300
YMCAs, including 23 in the
Bay area, will participate in
YMCA Healthy Kids Day
nationwide. Activities include
healthy lifestyle choices for
kids, wellness screenings,
family activities and more.
At the Plant City Family
YMCA, activities and events
will include appearances by
the Plant City fire and police
departments and the Coast
Guard Auxiliary. Kids can
bounce in the Sports. Jam
Moonwalk, make a splash in
the YMCA pool, or try an
aerobics class. Other activities
will include face painting, free
blood pressure and blood
sugar checks, youth sports
challenges and the Ident-A-
Kid child identification
service. YMCA facility tours,
membership information and
summer program sign-up
tables also will be available.
Information: Doug Bar-
nette, 757-6677 or e-mail
dbarnette@tampaymca.org.

Steer show deadline
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.
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.

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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EATUSC Baptist Church of Mebane.
DLE TlHS IHe is survived by his wife,
Eunice; a daughter, Betty J.
Neese of Mebane; three
Swindle stepsons, Earl Campbell Jr. of
Gary D. Swindle, 53, of Fort Pierce, Floyd W. Clark Jr.
Ruskin died March 19. of Plant City and T. Michael
He was born in Plant City Clark of Morristown, Tenn.;
and was a lifelong resident of two stepdaughters, Bobbie
this area. Jean Thompson of Plant City
He, was a fish farmer. and Brenda Hicks of Troy,
He is survived by his wife, Ala.; two sisters, Annie May
Patricia; two sons, Jeremiah Johnson of Mebane and Pau-
Cheatham and Christopher, line Anderson of High Point,
both of Ruskin; two daughters, N.C.; and two grandchildren.
Kim Sanders of Ridge Manor Wells Memorial Funeral
and Hollie Hoskins of Ruskin; Home.
his mother, Rose J.; two broth-
ers, Raymond and Cary, both Barrington
of Plant City; a sister, Mary Mary E. Barrington, 89, of
Felder of Oregon; and five Plant City died March 21.
grandchildren. She was born in Olustee and
Hopewell Funeral Home. was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
Kenzie She was a homemaker and a
Chester J.-Kenzie, 86, of member of Eastside Baptist
Plant City died March 20. Church.
He was born in Cleveland She is survived by two
and was a veteran of World daughters, Linda D. Haney of
War II. Plant City and Carol Wood of
He was a machinist for TRW Denver; eight grandchildren;
in Ohio and attended St. and two great-grandchildren.
Clement Catholic Church. Hopewell Funeral Home.
He is survived by his wife,
Dorothy; two sons, Anthony of Hester
Westervilee, Ohio, and Charles Joyce A. Hester, 62, of Lake-
of Lakewood, Ohio; and two land died March 21.
grandchildren. She was born in Clinton,
Haught Funeral Home. Tenn., and was a longtime res-
ident of Lakeland.
Laramore She worked at a plant
Lettie M. Laramore, 47, of nursery.
Plant City died March 20. She is survived by her
She wPlant City died March 20. husband, Eugene; two sons,
She was born m Tampa and James H. of Lakeland and James
was a lifelong resident of Plant E. of Surrency, Ga.; a daughter,
City. Norma Jean Ward of Plant City;
She was asurvivhomemakerd by her a brother, Jerry Cooper; and
She is survived by her seven grandchildren.
husband, Mark; two daughters, Hopewell Funeral Home.
Latasha Jackson of Valrico and
Lancia Bradley of Lakeland; Faubert
her mother, Dale Wood of Elizabeth M. Faubert, 82, of
Brandon; three brothers, Plant City died March 25.

Mickey, Johnny and Michael; She was born in St. Claire
two sisters, Sherry and Theny- Shores, Mich., and came here
dale; and a granddaughter. from Fort Lauderdale.
Hopewell Funeral Home. She was director of house-
keeping at Pinecrest School
Rice and attended St. Henry
Alton J. Rice, 84, of Plant Catholic Church.
City died March 21. She is survived by two sons,
He was born in Mebane, Gerald ofAtlanta and Michael J.
N.C., and moved here in 2003. ofWilliamsburg,Va.; daughter,
He was a U.S. Army Air Kathleen Dube of Plant City; a
Force veteran of World War II sister, Margarete LeGoff of
and a member of the Veterans Michigan; four grandchildren;
of Foreign Wars. and two great-grandchildren.
He was the owner of Rice's Wells Memorial Funeral
Feed Mill and attended First Home.




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St. Clement
Catholic Church
Invites you to
"W-alk with Jesus
through Holy W'eek
to Easter Sunday

Holy Week Schedule.
Palm Sunday Masses, April 8 & 9 Good Friday, April 14
Saturday Vigil: 4:00 PM Engir. i PM :: Oi PM Cel-itrajri,:ri :,1i tr LOinr' Pa.;iri anri
Spanish at San Jose Mission, 3224 San Jose ine DisMntiuim on Huly Ciurinnirri Erin..ri
Mission Dr. (Off of 574 in Dover) 7 0i PM Celebiarion ol ti I- Lw :'.i:,. )r i id
Sunday: 7:00 AM & 10:30 AM English rre Ditnbutuori or Holy LoimTirmun.iri, Sprn.ri
8:30 AM & 7:00 PM Spanish Holy Saturday, April 15
Monday, April 10 11 :30 AM Blessing of Easter Food anri
Confessions: i'. ,0 AM 9:30 AM & Bjikers Not Crf, t-ir.n, on irs i3jv
6:00 PM 7:00 PM 8-15 PM Easier ViLgil iTri, Vigil tili iSt
Tuesday, April 11 3aproirimately Pmo jand hall nours arid
Confessions: 6:30 PM 7:30 PM vill be roil'owed by a receplion ifr ,ur new
Wednesday, April 12 a'iricl" iiCrri ianrsl
Confessions: 6:00 PM 7:00 PM Easter Sunday Masses, April 16
Tenebrae: 7:45 PM IR;. AM Sunnse Mass En.,ll. r,
Holv Thursday, April 13 lease bring a lawn :inair and gatrer in
Confessions: 9-r00 AM 1 ii 00 AM rront ot Ine Educaioni Builoingi
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Suncla\' 16th of April at 6:00pm

Sunday Sunrise Service 6:45AM

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HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE


First United Methodist
Church of Plant City
303 N Evers Street Downtown Plant City
across. from ,Cit Hall parking lot) 754-3519

HOLY WEEK SERVICES
Palm Sunday April 9, 2006
Wor ship at all 3 serwci:es will celebrate -,he
Triumphal Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem Jon us and bring. a -i-erd'
8 00 am Cha.pel Ser. .ce
900 ar, ContemporaryWornhip will be held ri Weile., Cenrer
1000 am Sunday School Classes
11:00 a m Traditionral Worship will be held in the Sanrctuar,
"Eyes of Faith" Easter Concert & Evening Supper 5"30 & 7-00
A.4 covered dish dinner will precede the concert at 5 30 It will be held in the
Wesley Center The church wll provide the meat and be erae-:
Please bring a salad, ide dish casserole, or desert to. hare
Table -erice will be provided
The worship event, "Ees of Faith will be held in the San.tuar, .ar 7" 0i

Maundy Thursday April 13, 2006
7.00 pm Thi, ,vll be 5 wc:,rhir:. sern,ce comnernicratini the List Sup'per .:..
Jesus and the Dn':iplei Through rrimuic, preaching and H.:.l., .rr.-rnjr., :.r.
we will ha.e th, opp.t.nunr., tc rellect upon the last da- -:J Chri-r i hie

Good Friday April 14, 2006
1200 NOON C:mm.unr, 'NWorship Sen. ice n our San.-tuar., C-. .:hur:he.
will come to.erher ior rhi-., ent ai e reflect upon the a,,r.:e o:t Chi- r t,:,r
rhe al ari.r, ot our .oul.
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7:00 p.m. Tenebrae Worship
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Florida Strawberry Festival Contest Winners


DAIRY COSTUME BALL,
BABY PARADE
News Report
While the Florida Straw-
berry Festival may have been
about fun and games for
many, there was also some
serious, and not so serious,
competition in everything
from lamb shows to costume
contests.

Baby Parade
The 2006 Baby Parade was
March 11. East Hillsborough
County babies ages 1 to 4 par-
ticipated.
The winners were:
1-year-olds, most beauti-
ful: first place, Erica Pedroza;
second place, Madison Gray;
third place, Zoe Lloyd.
1-year-olds, most hand-
some: first place, Case Watson;
second place, Damian Rodri-
guez; third place, Kolby Cash
Brittain.
1-year-olds, most person-
ality: first place, Hannah Sim-
mons; second .place, Kaylan
Hansen; third place, Harrison
Kinney.
.1 -year-olds, best costume:
first place, Gisselle Gutierrez;
second place, Emily Linton;
third place, Carson Spears.
1-year-olds, creative float:
first place, Regan Esler; second
place, Emma Jayne Stephens;
third place, Kristin Davis.
1-year-olds, healthiest:
first place, Judson Wade
Smith; second place; Gerald
Wayne Williams; third place,
Justin Franklin.


2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
The strawberry festival.queen and her court with some of the
winners of the baby parade,
1-year-olds, beautiful second place, Alexis Lembke;
float: first place, Katie Davis; third place, Kenneth Ratliff.
second place, Paige Nicole *2-year-olds, creative float:
Williams; third place, Quinton first place, Suzanna Mazarie-
Kahelin. gos; second place, Haley
2-year-olds, most beauti- Courtney; third place, Halie
ful: first place, Jacie Crabb; Marie Guthrie.
secondplace, AlburneyTaylor; 2-year-olds, healthiest:
third place, Gabrielle Broed- first place, Mariana Gutierrez;
ers. second place, Roby Elizabeth
2-year-olds, most hand- Simmons Runkles; third place,
some: first place, Carson Cooper Reese Tharrington.
Simpson; second place, 2-year-olds, beautiful
Mathieu Whitt; third place, float: first place, Hunter Ethan
Haydon Patrick. Hitchcock; second place,
2-year-olds, most person- Jaden Deagan; third place,
ality: first place, Tori Wegner; Breanna McCubbin.
second place, McKinley Baker; 3-year-olds, most beauti-
third place, Avery Laverne ful: first place, Megan Flowers;
Jones. second place, Alexa Kay
2-year-olds, best costume: Newman; third place, Kamille
first place, Gracie Gillespie;


Grace Long.
# 3-year-olds, most hand-
some: first place, Kirkland
Jacob Stutler; second place,
Coley Riley; third place, Luke
Wilson Williams.
3-year-olds, most per-
sonality: first place, Kellie
Murrell; second place, Ethyn
Touchton; third place, Phoe-
nix Briaynne Mattair.
3-year-olds, best cos-
tume: first place, Madison
Paige Westmoreland; second
place, Tre Ragan; third place,
Madison Leanne Reinhold.
3-year-olds, creative
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Segovia; second place, Sydney
Renae Watson; third place,
Toby Michael Johnson.
3-year-olds, healthiest:
first place, Grace Gainer;
second place, Dana Franklin;
third place, Raegan Taylor.
3-year-olds, beautiful
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Lumley; second place, Mary-
Catherine Michelle Stephens;
third place, Rebecca Nicole
Field.
4-year-olds, most beauti-
ful: first place, Hannah Moisa;
second place, Shyla Canady;
third place, Katelyn Yarbo-
rough.
4-year-olds, most hand-
some: first place, Bradley
Moisa; second place, Easton
Wade Shouse; third place,
Chantz McEver.
4-year-olds, most person-
ality: first place, Lexus Ranae
Yorks; second place, Camryn
Wineinger; third place, Sarah
Dusse.
*4-year-olds, best costume:
first place, Makenzi Deagan;


second place, Emmy Jane
Shouse; third place, Sierra
Linton.
4-year-olds, creative float:
first place, Ian Hadley Keel;
second place, Hunter Cribbs;
third place, Brantley Hall.
4-year-olds, healthiest:
first place, Kaitlyn Whitt;
second place, Benjamin Gude;
third place, Alexis Brown.
+ 4-year-olds, beautiful
float: first place, Haley Whit-
more; second place, Bailey
Lemelin; third place, Chelsea
Woodard.
The first place winners in
the 4-year-old category make
up the Baby Parade Court.
They were: King Bradley
Moisa, Queen Hannah Moisa
and court members Kaitlyn
Whitt, Lexus Renae Yorks,
Makenzi Deagan, Ian Hadley
Keel and Haley Whitmore.

Pee Wee
Showmanship
The Pee Wee Showmanship
Competition was March 5 in
the Dairy Tent.
The parade winners were:
Junior division (10 &
under): first place, Kayla Bur-
lingame; second place, Bran-
don Carey; third place,
Savannah Busciglio; fourth
place, Cassidy Hasting; fifth
place, Dalton McHenry.
Intermediate division (11
to 13): first place, Stephanie
Wilson; second place, Holly
Whetsell; third place, Cam-
eron Salter; fourth place,
Derrek Sanford ; fifth place,

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Class of 1948 reunion
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1948 plans a
reunion luncheon April 15 at
noon at BuddyFreddys, 1101
Goldfinch Drive.
Call: 759-0057 or 659-0827.

Car show planned
The ninth anniversary
Strawberry Classic Car Show
will take place April 15 from 2
to 9 p.m. in downtown Plant
City.
The show is open to vehicles
25 years old and.older.
Information:- 754-3707 or
www.plantcity.org.

Cornerstone fundraiser
The Plant City Cornerstone
Center plans a fundraiser April
15 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Rob-
inson home, 909 Roux St.
Tickets: $15.
Call: 752-7109.

Easter Egg Hunt
The 65th annual Marie B..
Ellis Community Easter Egg
Hunt and Parade is set for
April 16 from 3 to 5 p.m. at
Marie B. Ellis Park at the
corner of Laura and Waters
streets.
There will be special guests,
prizes and entertainment.
In addition, there will be
free food for needy families.

School Board candidate forum
Hunter Gambrell, a candi-
date for the Hillsborough
County School Board, plans a
public forum on education
April 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the new
Trinkle Building at Hills-
borough Communint. College,
1206 N. Park Road.
Gambrell is running for the
District IV seat, which encom-
passes Plant City.

Putnam's rep to meet
constituents
A caseworker from the office,
of U.S. Rep. Adam Putnam will
be available to meet with con-
stituents of the 12th
Congressional District April 19
from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St.
Constituents who are expe-
riencing problems with Social
Security, Medicare, Veteran's
Affairs or other federal agen-
cies may meet with the case-
worker.
Bring any written
information or documenta-
tion that will allow the case-
workerto provide assistance.
Call: (863) 534-3530.

Relay for Life
The annual Relay for Life
event to benefit the American
Cancer Society will take place
April 21 at Plant City High
School.
The event begins at 6 p.m.
Friday and continues until 11
a.m. April 22.
Call: 685-0670, Ext. 114.

'Preparing Latinos
for College' event
A panel from the Hispanic
Scholarship Fund will provide
information on navigating the
college and financial aid pro-
cesses April 22 from 9 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. at Hillsborough
Community College's Bran-
don campus, 10414 E. Colum-
bus Drive.
Call Maritza Ortiz Licameli,
(770) 992-4259.


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Screenings

Free Blood Pressure Checks
No appointments necessary
Every Tuesday
1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby

Cholesterol Screenings
TC/HDL/Glucose
No appointment necessary
4th Tuesday of every month
1 -2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
Cost: $15 (no fasting required)

Diabetes Education
Support Group
For more information or to enroll,
call Lisa Finley at (813) 757-8202.
April 11
5-6pm
2 South Classroom
Cost: Free


Infant & Child Car

Safety Check


Four out of five car seats are installed

incorrectly. Is yours one of them?

Come find out.


By appointment only

Friday only

Community Health Resource Center

Hospital Main Lobby



Bereaved Parents
Support Group
Bereaved Parents of the USA will host
a support group meeting. There will BreaSting
be times for mothers and fathers to Gain confidence with breastfeeding.
share together and separately. This education and support class will
4th Thursday of the month at 7pm help, whether you are currently
Community Conference Room breastfeeding or are planning to
Call: Beth Tancredo at 393-6577 or (maximum 10 participants).
Anita Pippin at 363-6973 for this class Administration Conference Room
only. April 10
7-9pm
AARP 55 Drive Alive Course cost: Free
This 2-day course helps Seniors, ages Must register to attend
55 and up, tune up their driving
skills. Participants may qualify for an Chldbirth Preparation
auto insurance discount. Must call Prgram
(813) 754-4444 to register. This six-week course prepares you and
your partner for all phases of labor
May 3 & 4 and delivery. It covers emotional
9am-lpm issues, relaxation and breathing
Community Conference Room exercises, and feeding and caring for
Cost: $10 your new baby. The sixth class
contains information previously given
Basic Life Support for out during our Baby Care Classes.
Healthcare Providers Classes are held once a week on
Must register to attend. Tuesday. Must register to attend.

April 1, 9am- pm; New Certification Only (Maximum 8 couples)
May 6, 9am-11:30am; Recertification Only May 1 June 5
Community Conference Room 7-9pm
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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
Restaurant 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 chil-
dren 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 tour-
naments. Call: 754-4130 or 757-9165.


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Wh


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.


Lions lUDb Plant City Bar Association
The Plant City Lions Club meets Tues- The Plant City Bar Association meets
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heeler St. Call: Judy Barta, 752-6193. the Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St. The
group does not meet for lunch in August
PCHS Class of 1958 or December, but holds a December
The Plant City High Class of 1958 holiday party. Call: 866-1610, Ext. 4127.


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form of tai chi at the Bruton
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Lin-Shin specifically to
improve health and well-
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uled April 11 at 7 p.m. and
April 14 at 10 a.m.
Library director Anne Hay-
wood will be among the vol-
unteers. She has been
practicing tai chi for almost
two years.
"We are trying to change
your world at the library this
month, and tai chi is definitely


a practice that has changed
mine," Haywood said. "It's
good for cultivating both your
mind and your body."
The program will include a
demonstration of the first 17
moves of a 108-movement set
and a discussion of the bene-
fits of tai chi. Program partici-
pants will have the opportunity
to learn a few of the moves and
are welcome to attend both
programs.
The Brandon group recently
donated to the Bruton
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"Art of Taoist Tai Chi" by Lin-
Shin and a copy of a video by
the same name on which Lin-
Shin demonstrates the
complete 108-move tai chi
set.
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Call: 757-9215.


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Criminal mischief, 2:30
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Retail theft, 9:30 a.m., 2100
block of James L. Redman
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Criminal mischief, 3:45
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Driving under the influence,
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March 25
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bama Street
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Petty theft, 3 a.m., 2100
block James Redman Parkway.
Vehicle burglary, 4 p.m., 100
block of Maryland Avenue
Battery, 5:10 p.m., 1500
block of East Ohio Street
Robbery, 6:25 p.m., 1400


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Criminal mischief, 10 p.m.,
2100 block of Johnson Loop
Battery, 10 p.m., 3000 block
of James L. Redman Parkway
March 26
Driving under the influence,
2:48 a.m., 2400 block of James
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Q: Is America ready for a
female president?
A: America's come a long
way. I believe they'd stand
behind someone if they were
strong and stand for the right
things. But I can't say I can
back the one that may be in
the running now.
Q: What do people misun-
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fect. You and I both know
that's far from true. We still
make mistakes, we fall short.
We're not better, we've just
accepted forgiveness and
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Q: How does your church
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Q: Do you have a scripture
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God shall supply all your
needs according to his riches
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we have to trust God and
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said he'll do.

Q: Are you optimistic about
the future?
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WINNERS
Continued From Page 18
Christina McHenry.
Senior division (14 &
alder): first place, Jessica
fames; second place, Lauryn
Foster; third place, Chanse
Huggins; fourth place, Austin
Carey; fifth place, Erin Carey.
Premier showman (best
overall) : Jessica James
Showmanship adult: first
place, Risa James; second
place, Sharon Loss; third
place, Freda Carey.
Showmanship pee-wee:
first place, Gracie Lee; second
place, Breeann Hampton;
third place, Jenna Burnette;
fourth place, Hunter Wade;
fifth place, Patricia Kirk.

Dairy contest
The Dairy Contest was
March 3 in the the TECO Live-
stock Arena."
The winners were:
Class winners (junior
champions): Savannah Bus-
:iglio's Guernsey "Hunter";
Brandon Carey's Holstein
'Haley"; Charise Huggins'
Brown Swiss "Hug-M-All Blue
Chip Ash"; Austin Salter's Ayr-
shire "Polly"; Stephanie Wil-
son's Jersey "Jersey Girl."
Reserve junior champi-
ons: Savannah Busciglio's
kyishire "McKeen Nolan
Vindy"; Erin Carey's Brown
Swiss "Anabel"; Kayla Chan-
iler's Jersey "Dixie"; Melinda
Riddle's Holstein "Half and
Half."
Reserve intermediate
champions: Hannah Huggins'
Brown Swiss "Top Acres
fetway Josie"; Jessica James'
Holstein "Gabrielle"; Brandy
McHenry's Ayrshire "Betsy";
Christina McHenry's Guern-
sey "Crystal"; Christina
McHenry's Jersey "Scarlet."
Reserve senior champi-
ions: Savannah Busciglio's
kyrshire "Yankee-Hill Select
kbigail"; Chanse Huggins'
Brown Swiss "Top Acres Pre-
.aium Buzzy"; JoannaMason's
Holstein "Honor"; Christina
MVcHenry's Guernsey "Arynn
Lee"; Joey Neel's Jersey "Ratliff
Payday Olivia."
Grand champions:
Hannah Huggins' Brown Swiss
'Top Acres Jetway Josie"; Jes-
sica James' Holstein
'Gabrielle"; Brandy McHen-
ry's Ayrshire "Betsy"; Christina
MVcHenry's Guernsey "Crys-
tal"; Christina McHenry's
3uernsey "Scarlet."
Reserve grand champi-
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Buzzy"; Joanna Mason's Hol-
stein "Honor"; Christina
McHenry's Guernsey "Arynn
Lee"; JoeyNeel's Jersey "Ratliff
Payday Olivia"; Austin Salter's
Ayrshire "Polly."
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All breeds champion: Jes-
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Senior bred by exhibitor:
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Dairy
Costume Ball
The Dairy Costume Ball was
March 5 in the TECO Livestock
Arena.
The winners were:
Best overall: Brianna
Smith "Strawberry Short-
cake."
Funniest: first place,
Melinda Riddle "Luck of the
Moooish and St. Patrick's Day
and Dicky"; second place,
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second place, Derrek Sanford
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third place, Sarah Savering
"Lady Bug and the Gardener";
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"The Firefighters."
Most original: first place,
Angel Baynard "Respect my
Moothurity"; second place,
Cassidy Hasting "Rub a dub
dub a cow in a tub"; third
place, Jonathan Upthegrove
"Two Men and a Cow Mooov-
ing company"; fourth place,
Kayla Chandler "Daddy's Little
Hunter."
Prettiest: first place, Ste-
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her "Cowardly lion"; second
place, Kayla Burlingame
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camoo"; third place, George
"Tommy" Coleman "Daisy
Duke and Bo Duke"; fourth
place, Keegan and Gracie Lee
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Santa Claus."
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DISTRICT TOURNEY
3 WEEKS AWAY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The statistical battle bet-
ween Durant- pitchers Car-
mine Giardina and Tony
Garcia is a coach's dream. And
Cougars head coach Ron
Fussell wants to keep living it
as long as possible. At the rate
the Durant duo is going, that
might just be until the middle
of May.
Led by the fantastic senior
1-2 pitching punch and a
resurgent batting order, the
Cougars are looking like a
team poised to make a run
deep in the playoffs.
"At the beginning of the
season, our goal was to win
more games than last year and
to go further in the playoffs,"
Fussell said. Last year Durant
lost in the first round, 4-3, at
Kissimmee Osceola. The 2004-
05 win total of
13 was sur-
passed early
in the Sal-
adino Tourna-
ment, where
the Cougars
lost in the
final. After
beating rival
Plant City on Garcia
Friday, the
Cougar mark
stood at a stellar 17-3.
And while they have to
make the playoffs first, which
would require two victories in
the upcoming Class 6A-Dis-
trict 6 tournament, the Cou-
gars certainly seem to be
headed in that direction.
Tournaments in general call
for teams to have a deep pitch-
ing rotation, and more than
anyone in the area Durant has
that covered. Through last
week, Garcia was 6-1, Giardina
5-1. On Tuesday night, the
Cougars were scheduled to
play Riverview and if Garcia
won he would have a school-
record 22nd career victory.
While almost all of the pro
scouts' attentions have been
focused on Giardina, the
efforts of Garcia have been
just as important to Durant's
success.
"Tony doesn't mind Car-
mine getting the attention,"
Fussell said. "His personality
is one where he's carefree,
always loose. Those guys, in
fact, push each other; they
work with each other. Tony is
a scrapper."
Both pitchers have an ERA
below 1.00.
Giardina got a rare call
Friday night from the bull-
pen. It looked like the Cougars
would have an easy time of
things against Plant City as
they jumped out to a 7-0 lead
through three innings. Josh
Fussell, who homered earlier
in the week against East Bay,
did it again against the Raid-
ers.


Plant City scored three runs
in the fifth inning, and senior
pitcher Ricky Morris threw a
scoreless fifth and sixth to
keep the Raiders close.
Plant City made the score
7-5 in the top of the seventh
and had the tying run on
second with one out, when
Fussell called on Giardina.
Ryan Humphrey lined a
single to make the score 7-6.
With still just one out and
runners on the comers, Giar-
dina forced a grounder to first,
then was able to get a strikeout
to end the game and get his
first save of the year. Mike
Cannon got his second vic-
tory.
On Saturday, the Raiders
had another tough defeat.
Plant City led 5-1 going into
the last two innings, but Bran-
don scored four runs in each
frame to take a 9-5 victory.
Several walks and a few
untimely errors, including a
two-run error on what could
have been an inning-ending
double play
with the score
tied, doomed
4 the Raiders.
A.J. Starkey
pitched the
S first five
frames. Plant
City fell to 4-
12 on the
Giardina season.
While
pitching has been there all
year long for Durant, the hit-
ting is what has made the Cou-
gars into an ultra-dangerous
squad of late. .
"We have our guys believing
in their bats again," Fussell
said.
Jeremy Fussell was leading
the team with a .413 average
through the Plant City game.
Giardina is hitting .367 and
Tom Nardello and Chip
Bowden were both at .333.
The Cougars have only
three games left, thanks to an
unusual 10-day span with no
games. From April 8 to 18,
every other team in the county
plays twice, with the exception
of Plant City and Tampa Bay
Tech with one game apiece.
Fussell said a third game
with Riverviewwas scheduled,
but the teams did not want to
play that many times and a
suitable replacement could
not be found. He said he'll use
the opportunity to rest up his
pitchers.
Durant knows it will be the
No. 2 seed for the district tour-
nament, behind Sarasota.
With the top seed, the Sailors
have the advantage of a bye
into the semifinals, meaning
just one win is necessary to
make the district final and a
postseason berth. The Cou-
gars know their first-round
opponent will be East Bay.
District tourney play starts
at Durant in less than three
weeks. The state finals are set
for the week of May 15 in Sara-
sota.


Shooting stars
The Junior Girls League champions of the PCPRD/Optimist Youth Basketball League were
the Comets. Coached by Ray Pletcher, the Comets are Taylor Adams, Raven Andrews, Sjana
Benton, Quishia Crymes, Arion Eston, Danielle Holland, Elissa Hunter, Akacia Nelson, Ashley
Nelson, Asia Nelson and Michelle Sanders.



SHARP CUTS


Flag Football Catching On


Like most everyone
involved in the inaugural
season of flag football in
Hillsborough County,
Durant coach Bradley
Brunson had no idea what to
expect. Nowhere in his
initial thought process did
he think he'd have to cut
anyone from the roster.
"We had 65 girls come out
the first day. We had to cut it
down to 50," he said.
The enthusiasm has
carried over to victories for
Durant, which is one of
three 4-0 teams in the
county. Plant City, shaking
off an opening loss to the
Cougars, is 3-1 itself.
Just a few weeks into the
"experimental" season and
both Brunson and Raiders
coach Larry Langston are
pretty much overwhelmed
with the response.
Brunson particularly was


DAREK
SHARP


taken by the attitude of the
girls.
"You know, with boys it's
instilled that they're football
players. With girls, theywant
to be," he said. "It's like
these girls have always
wanted to play. They came .
out in droves for the first
practice."
The Cougar roster has a
few familiar faces from the


basketball and soccer teams,
including all-everything Amy
Rogers. She has more than
half of the team's touch-
downs and has exactly half
of Durant's 12 interceptions.
Fellow senior Kerissa Gentile
is the quarterback, with an
average of two touchdowns
per game.
But the majority of the
players have never even
played organized sports
before. "It's like they were
waiting for 'my sport' to
come along, and it's here,"
said Brunson.
Durant rolled over its first
three opponents by a
combined score of 100-20
until squeaking by Bloo-
mingdale 6-0 on Monday.
The Raiders lost big to
Durant, then, in the words of
their coach, "a light kind of
came on" and it's been
See SHARP, Page 27


LEAGUES FEATURE 122 TEAMS


Staff Report
In its 30th year, a total of 122 teams are play-
ing in the Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department/Optimist Youth Soccer program.
Games began last Tuesday at the Otis Andrews
Sports Complex, with 61 games on tap.
Nine different age groups comprise the
league this year, with the under-15 girls group
showing the biggest increase, up from four
teams to eight. Thirty-seven percent of the
overall participants in the program are female.
The biggest age groups are the young ones,
with the under-6 and under-8 groups both
boasting 22 teams.. It's getting tougher for the
creators of the team names to come up with
enough bird varieties to fill the under-8 jerseys,
but they managed.
Though no scores are kept for the under-6
league, there were plenty of goals going around


for the under-8s.
Chloe Wineinger and Aaron Wright-Walkei
both scored four times Saturday as the Blue
Jays beat the Cardinals, 12-1. Parker Suarez had
the biggest individual output, scoring a half-
dozen times as the Penguins beat the Eagles,
10-3. Matthew Mashburn and Esteban Perez
both had a hat trick for the Martins, who beat
the Mallards, 9-1.
The under-10 boys league has 16 teams with
another 10 squads in the girls league. The oldest
participants play in the under-19/English Pre-
mier League.
All in all, there were 308 goals scored in 50
games where scores were kept.
The 1,554 players is a 12-percent increase
from last year. Half the under-15 boys and
under-19 games are played on Tuesday nights,
the other half of the U15 boys and all of the U15
girls games are Thursdays, and everyone else
plays on Saturdays.


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APRIL 6. 2006 THE COURIER 27


SHARP
Continued From Page 26
smooth sailing since.
"They weren't sure of all
the rules at first," said
Langston. "And Durant is
really good, too. They just
have great athletes."
Plant City's leaders have
been Techonqueya Shaw
("Quee" for short), Shon-
drica Polk and Liz Fulmer,
the latter a member of the
student council and a
calendar girl who has turned
into a terror on the football
field.
Langston, a former Raider
punter, acknowledges that
some of the concepts are
tricky. For one, it's a 7-on-7
game meaning there is no
true offensive line. There is
no conventional blocking.
Players filling the role of a
blocker must either cross
their arms in front or keep
them behind their back.
"Blocking" looks more like a
moving screen in basketball.
Given that, and since
defensive players line up the
normal one yard from the
line of scrimmage, there's
not much time for the
quarterback to get a pass off,
so most teams use the
"dink-and-dunk" passing
approach. It has led to some
lower scoring games, with a
few teams getting the hang
of it- witness Freedom's 50-
6 win over Armwood on
Monday. Freedom is one of
the other 4-0 teams, along
with Chamberlain.
And even though there is
no tackling, Langston says


his girls have already
incurred their share of
bruises and cuts. Above all,
however, is the undeniable
sense that the sport is here
to stay.
Crowds have been better
than expected.
"Durant had a great, great
showing and then we had
games at Newsome and
Riverview with the same
thing. We had a good crowd
here Monday," Langston
said.
The Raiders host Bloo-
mingdale tonight, while
Durant is at Riverview. The
junior varsity games begin at
6:15 followed by the varsity
at 7:30.
While Plant City doesn't
really encourage sharing
players with the other spring
sports teams, a few of the
Cougar players are doing
both. Take Rogers for
instance. Last weekend, she
won the high jump at the
Jack Rice Invitational.

Softball note
And it was another classic,
just not of the 15-inning
variety, between Plant City
and Durant in softball on
Friday. The Raiders, itching
for revenge after blowing a
seven-run lead in the first
meeting, jumped out to a 3-
0 lead in the first inning only
to have the Cougars come
back for a 4-3 win on Friday
night.
Durant is 16-2 and ranked
No. 3 in the state in C lass
6A. Both teams only have
two games remaining before
district tournament time.


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Receive Government As- Subm/Sea-Dweller BEDROOM 1-8pc cases, (5) of the 5ft long, Lowest $ Guaranteed! A/C ,New In BOX PRIDE JAZZY & LIFT.
D e o Corlte systems 2 ton Will separate. Cost
sistance? $18.49 Basic Any mk, mod], wkino or King/Queen (2) 6ft long, sliding doors Delivery. Woodv $1p5 / $ i
Qualified with: Medic- not. Top cash pd today! brackets & glass shelf. Appliances $74.5up $169; 2-1/2 ton $1795; $3,800, sell $1,800
i4aid, Food Stamps, Private collector, Any-All Cherry, md finish. All $ 200/ea81-892-7275 7604 Broadway 626-7787 3 ton $1895; 3-1/2 ton 813-390-639
AFDC/TANF, Sec 8, SSI, time H 813-245-7666 drawers American dove 8307 Armenia 933-8288 $1995; 4 ton $2'095; 5
LIHEFAP. No Deposit, No tail, never used still in HOUSEHOLD FURN. Lake ton $2195.5 yrs war on INCONTINENCE? Ad-
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spanol. DIAMOND Rnd Brilliant bedrooms.com Lane lthr sectional re- ers, stoves & refrigera- 813-661-2167 813-514-4529.
C Lost J) (mliscellaneous For SaleJ ring. V S-2. 813-293-7621 tail $5K, sell 250. to tors. $79.50 & up. Wheelchai
SHELTIE MINI COLLIE #1 Steel Building Source $3 rais BUNK BED FUTON retail $6Ksell 3800. its. Don'tgamble, now Air Conditioners Scooter Includes Hit
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3/11 Kin9226 US92 1980! Call for Honest AFDC/TANF. Section 8, (813)728-356 813-478-8995
(813924269610-7122 and Integrity All Sizes SS, LHEAP. Long dis- *APPLIANCES** Get Rdy for Spring!
Sn1-888-425-77c55 tance available, no DIAMOND SOLITAIRE CLOSEOUT SPECIALS! AA DRYNS A/C new in box yr Fact NEW MOTORIZED
REWA.RD) posit. Keesame num: round, brilliant, 3.60 ct. CLOSEOUT DRYER $99
REWARD wholesale 13 seer it. Kee same num- SI, Sacrifice $113800. Still avail. Great prices MATTRESSES WASHER $140 Warrty All Homes, WHEELCHAIRS "No
Found A/Cvail esal fre 13 seliver can Also VVS-E, 1.0ct on BR/DR & Patio Furni- 3 sets, double sided pil FRIDGE$ 50 Sizes: M.Homes, 2-ton Cost" If Elible. Scoot-
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,le homes. Starting at 727-698-275 813-948-4802 #1634339 Never-used. Can deliver. AUTHORIZED MAYiA ton $A105 3"-ton $1170 Manual Chairs. All Dia-
DOG, lktan/wt, Pe 1,10omes. 727-326-2120at 727-698-7275 King set-$345. 4000 w Kenned 281-0777 Prof. Install Lic RM00 betic Supplies. We Ac-
mix 15ts male. Found $1,100.727-326-2120 S O FA / SECTI O NAL Queen set $275 PARTS TODAY 31291 813/453-9033 cept Medicare & Private
Natuzzi black leaer Stamps / Coins 1/y Full set-$240 11900 Nebraska 972-4242 NEW ** S/DENT I insurance. Free Deivry
11t .n Helping Hands Medical
adult Care Services Renew / Change Color. chaise Paid $7K new. 813-293-7621 APLIANCES orsale RECONDITIONED UNTS t Call Toll-Free
d) Tub, Tile, Sink & Chip Re- $1800. 941-544-8908 DYE Oeserviche1877667788 954-335-
pair. Commercial & Res- COINS-CURRENCY BUY- DAYBED OAK $350 brand new GE black Prices.Srvice & I 15647Hablamos Espanol.

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{( Cemetery Lots COLLECTIBLE Odd shap- ca n type, rtin Furniture venc onval table 6 Hillsborough 813-889- APPLIANCES- Washer instrumentS
1aSd liqeu orliver813-926-8567 bottles. all Tems, movie posterswer ca $l ov a9 6id Hs o 8 9 A E h
CEMETERY LOTS & evenings 813-752-5855 pottery, and any- type of $ACCENT/ACCESSORIES ch ina cabinet hu- 9020 Pinllas 727-733- Dryers, Stoves, Rfri t o
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1765 Clearwater/Largo
Rd. Clearwater, FL
Call: (727)581-9293
We have Hoods, Walk-in
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Fryers, Griddles,
Charbroilers, Sandwich
Prep Coolers, Pizza
Prep Coolers, Pizza
Ovens, Deli Cases, Meat
Cases, Meat Grinders,
Meat Saw, Meat Tender-
izers, Beer Keg, Coolers,
Bottle Coolers, Bar
Sinks, 3-Compart. Kit,
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ROTATING PIZZA CASES,
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COMPLETE HOME
WOODWORKING SHOP
Includes: planer,
jointer. 2 fable saws,
power miter, mortiser,
drill press, spindle sand-
er, belt sander, wood
working table with 2 vi-
ses & butcher block top,
router table (3) routers.
complete line of power
han tools, electric pla-
ner sander, screw driv-
er, bit sharpner & as-
sorted other tools, all in
good working order,
well maintained top of
the line "Delta, Rigid,
Porter Cable Milwaukee
etc. All in one sale-
SHOWN BY APPOINT-
MENT ONLY! Plant City
813-754-6652 or
813-417-4974
WOODWORKING
Mill Shop Closing
Machines & Tools for
sale; 15 hp straight line
rio saw, martin tilting
arbor shaper, 14" delta
table saw, 36' wide belt
sander 12" joiner 36" &
20" planers, wadkin re-
saw bansaw, trucks,
datsun propane forklife,
also routers saws & oth-
er small tools.
Call 941-356-9902 or
941-356-9903
ILLNESS FORCES SALE OF
ENTIRE WOODWORK-
ING SHOP & TOOLS incl
16" thickness planer
hard & soft wds mold-
ing & plywood. For di-
rections. 813-996-7838

[I Tools
FORKLIFTS-RINGLIFT has
""As Is" to fully second.
Stop and see why we
give the est value in
second. forklifts in the
state. Huge inventory.
1401 US Hwy. 301 N.
Tpa. Larry 813-620-1337.
FORKLIFT-TAMPA Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc.
Rentals, New Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251

Machinery & 11
l Heavy Equipment jj
BOB CAT 2400, articulat-
ed loader, new bucket
seats 0 time on pump
etc. 74hp Perkins, aux.
backhoe hkup rear,
$16,500. 352-799-5734.
AIRPLACO C-10HL Rotary
Gunite Gun on trailer.
Numerous spare parts
incl. Asking $2800.
New, Allentown MF 101.
Gas powered, Gunite
/Shotcrete Finishing
tool, Asking $1,000.
New, Still In Box!
CALL (813) 831-2891.
Your ad here!
813-259-7500


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Machinery &
Heavy Equipment
NEW Holland,LX885 +/99
skidsteer, 72HP diesel,
low hrs, big lift strong
exc. machine. $10,800
obo 251-554-8104 Tpa

([ Sporting Goods


THIS
CHAMPION-Gun Safes
HNEW ARRIVALS!
DISCOUNT PRICES!
Many Brands Available!
Tampa Safe Exchange
8267 Causeway Blvd SteA
813-935-98003 663-9888
CONCEALED WEAPONS
CLASSES
Class D, Class G
& Class G Requal.
813-643-1370 245-2719
GUNS:
Glocks starting at
$499.99. S ringfield Ar-
mory, XD & 1911. New
shotguns start at $99.
Special orders cost
10%. Conceal carry per-
mit classes $40. call to
reserve. Female class
for conceal carry per-
mit Sunday, 4/30. 1809
G West Brandon Blvd.
813-210-GUNS (4867)
HUNTERS PARADISE
Rochelle near Cordele
GA. 400 acres Deer
Wild hogs Turkeys, 40
acr e l killed w/prize
winning bass. Year
round hookup for RV,
water & electricity.
Deer processing plant
on site. 6 members only.
$1000 each Call today
Mavis 229-365-2640
after 7 pm

Pool Table $1150
4x8 Pro Seris, all wood,
1" slate, leather pockets,
ball & claw feet, worth
$4K, All new in crate, life-
ime warranty. Can del &
setup. 813-363-0097

Pool Table 4x8
Pro Series 1" Tourna -
ment slate, K66,100%
gum rubber rails, dia-
mond sights, carved cab -
net, new in box, never
used. Cost $3200, sell
$1250. Can deliver.
813-293-7621
POOL Table-Regulation
style w/all accessories.
Custom Built. Perfect
Cond. $1500
813-662-3646; 298-8736

((Exercise Equipment)]
TREADMILL, Sears,
Nordictrack, Apex,
6100XI. Paid $2,200.
Barely used, under
warr. $650 813-623-3986


((Bicycles / Services))
BIKE collectible number,
limited edition British
import, Raleigh Cho -
per. $350 obo. Call Ri-
chard, 727-937-7450
O Lawn & Garden
Equipment J
COMMERCIAL MOWER
Toro, 44" Zturn 2002
$3,500 or best offer
813-833-0159
COMMERCIAL Mower
Ferris 36", belt-driven,
walk behind, low hrs.
Great condition!
$1250 813-477-1768
LAWNMOWER, 2005
Husqvarna, 42" 0 cut
radius, only 12 hours on
mower. $4,000.
Call 813-679-0127.
LAWNMOWERS
1 Riding, 1 push & 1 trail
or. $550/all or call for
more info. 813-434-5819
or 813-434-5711
LAWN Mower, Troy built,
18.5hp 42" pedaf drive'
auto trans. like brand
new. Pd $1299 Best
Offer. 813-657-1755
MOWER, Dixie Chopper,
Zero turn, 20 hp, 42'
cut, runs good, cuts
ood, new tires, filters.
$,650.813-831-2151
TURF EQUIPMENT,
Ransomes, Cush- man,
Jacobsen, John Deere
Gator 4x2. Call Lee at
813-239-6760/779-1922
( Nurseries & Trees
KNIGHT'S-NURSERY
Azaleas, Camellias,
Roses Wisteria, Box
wood, Gardenia, African
Iris, Viburnum, Palms,
Crotons and much
MORE Airport Rd
Plant City #04710685
813-752-7676sK
LIVE OAKS,
45 GAL, 4" CAL, 14'..$75
25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50
15GAL, 2" CAL, 8'..$25
748-8641 Reg #47220672
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ANNE'S ESTATE SALES
Large Moving Sale
April 7th & 8th. 8a-lp
315 S Brockfield Dr. SCC
[(Garage & Yard Sales))
PLANT City 1110 N.
Wheeler St (Women's
Club, inside) 4/8, 8anm-3.
lots of art frames w/wo
glass, cut mats all sizes
mats uncut all colors Ig
selection. To benefit
Unity in the Community
PLANT City, 2612 Han-
cock St, Sat 4/8, 8am-
1pm Home Close-out
Sale. LETS MAKE A
DEAL! GOOD STUFF


((Garage & Yard Sales))
PLANT City 2604 W. Oak
Av. Thur & Fri 4/6 & 7
By Festival Grounds
Thur & Fri 4/6 & 7 furni-
ture, collectibles house-
hol & many other item
PLANT City 4013 N Cork
Rd Fri & Sat 8am-3pm.
Infant, toddle & adult
name brand clothing.
tires, tool box utility
trailers & Misc Items
PLANT CITY, 807 E.
Calhoun St, Sat 4/8,
Kids Items, houseware
clothing & more. 250
Lemonaid available
PLANT City Church Wide
Yard Sale Shiloh Baptis
905 Terrace Dr 2 blocks
N of 1-4 on CR 39 Child-
ren's Camp Fundraiser
Fri & Sat, April 7 & 8
8AM-2PM
ALL KINDS OF ITEMS
PLANT City, Moving Sale,
701 N Gordon St,
8-12pm, SatApril 8th...
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PLANT City Multi Family
Sale! April 7th & 8th 975
Mcgee Rd. Tools, bikes,
sm kitch appis, glass-
ware, collector dolts,
PLANT CITY, Redecorat-
ing /Clean-out Sale. Fri.
& Sat. 4/7 & 4/8, 8am-
2pm. Furniture, Collecti-
bles, Clothing, Linens,
Rugs, Dishes Books &
more. 2701 Aston Ave.
(Walden Lake, go to
Aston Woods, follow
signs).


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PLANT CITY, Uncle
Bob's Self Storage Big
Customer Annual Sale,
1005 S. Alexander St,
Sat 4/8 7AM-2PM. Cus-
tomers home furnish-
ings, collectibles, tools,
antiques clothes Lots
& lots & lots of misc
items. Food & Drinks
available for sale. Any
questions Please
Call 813-759-9526
PLANT CITY Walden
Lake E. 1801 Teakwood
Dr, Fri & Sat 4/7 & 8.
8am. Multi family anti-
que bed & chairs house-
wares, home deco
books, baby crib,
beenie babies & more.
PLANT City, Walden Lake
Village Green 11th annu-
al yard sale, 2305 Fair-
way Dr S. something for
everyone Follow arrows
Sat 4/8 7am-12 noon
MULTI FAMILY SALE
PLANT CITY Walden Lake
2301 E. Timberlane, Mul-
ti family. 4/7 & 8. 8AM-
12. Baby Clothes, Furni-
ture, Toys and More


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Bobbie & Kathy's
House Cleaning
NO JOB 100 BIG OR TOO SMALL
WE CLEAN ALL
S.813-659-1854
813-659-1854


GRIFFIN'S CONCRETE
TRACTOR SERVICES
Masonry Driveways
Patios Slabs
Tractor Services

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752-2212


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Small & Large Jobs
Over 30 Yrs. Exp.
8006 So. Turkey Creek Rd. Plant City
813-205-3982


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PLANT CITY Woman's
Club Indoor Yard Sale.
Final Sale. Fri & Sat. 8-
12. Clothes .25-$3.
books, household items,
1110 N. Wheeler St. Btw
92 & 1-4.
PLANT CITY YARD SALE:
Thursday & Friday 9-?
Jewelry, furniture, golf
clubs, clothes, lots of
misc. 1502 Essex Drive.

TURKEY CREEK, 4801 S.
Turkey Creek Rd,
Robinson Elementary
School Cafeteria, Staff
Yard Sale proceeds
going to benefit relay
for life. 8am-12, Sat4/8







PETS

[( Birds
COCKATOOS, Breeders. 2
pr. Moluccan, 1 pr. Urn-
rella. $2,500 pr. or BO.
(813)986-7681
EveryBless@aol.com

(( Cats )]
CATS
For Adoption
at Dale Mabry & 275
Sat & Sun 12-4
Animal Friends Society
V Kittens & Cats V
Free to good home.
Spayed, neutered some
vaccines (813) 963-6612
(( Dogs ))
AUSTRAULAN Shepherd
NKC reg. 3-F, redtri, 1-M
blacktri, 1-M merle,
ready 3/22, $400 ea tak-
ing dep. 352-793-6773
AUSTRALIAN Shepherd
pups AKC 1st shots HC.
M's & F's Tri-red, $400.
(863) 701-7647 863/899-
1585 www.bcranch.net
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
Minis, Reg. All Colors,
Males&Females,Shots &
Wormed Ready to Go!
352-628-1048
BEAGLE PUPS, Champ
sired, tri-colored, 1-M,.
3-F, beautiful markings,
wonderful tempera-
ment, 305-281-3857
BICHON-TERRIER Mix
Blonde 10 Yrs 24 Lbs, All
Shots to Date Good
Family Dog. $50 to Good
Home, 813-814-7809
Sell it today.
813-259-7500


(( Dogs ))
BORDER Collies, Reg.
Health Gtd, Best of Breed
$250 & Up. www.
abcbordercollies.com
407-221-6315
BOSTON TERRIERS Qual-
SHand Raised, Reg.lM
2F, 8 Weeks H/C, $600
352-220-0351
contenteddogs.com
BOXER, ACA req., hith
certs, 4 Males, 2 Fe-
males, Fawn & Brindle,
started crate training.
$550. 863-409-0151
BOXER Pups, 8 wks, reg-
istered, 2 males left,
fawn, well marked,
wormed & shot. $650.
941-377-6122
BOXER PUPS, AKC Cham-
pion blood line. Male &
Female. Fawn & Brindle.
$500 $650
813-361-7323
CAIRN TERRIER PUPS,
AKC, 2-M, 3-F, $400-
$500. ready now
813-684-8670 263-5121

CAIRN Terrier Pups,
Male, AKC, Parents on
Premises, Health cert. &
1st shots. Happy. $500
386-647-6293
CAVALIER King Charles
Spaniel, reg. shots &
health certs, playful
needs loving home. B +
G. 727-819-8732
CHIHUAHUA Puppies.
9wks. Assorted colors,
shots, health certs.
$350. Great Easter Gift.
813-326-6155
CHIHUAHUAS, CKC, vet ,
avail 3/25, 1-blue & wht
M-$400 51-brwn, blk &
tan F-$500. Taking dep.
813-960-3078 486-0366
CHIHUAHUA TOY, CKC
cert, vet checked, all
shots, neutered, perfect
disposition! Great with
kids. 1 yr old. $600 wall
access. 813-786-4402.
COCKAPOO Pups, 3
males $400 ea. 4femrn,
$500 ea. 1st shots &
health certs. Ready
now. 813-569-4473
CORGI/PEMBROKE AKC
Puppies & adults health
certs. Ready Now. C.
Cards OK. 352-523-1360
813-299-1626
DACHSHUNDS, MINI AKC
& CKC reg, hith chk,
long hair, 4 male, 1 fern.
Call Lenny at:
813-610-7610 872-7716
DACHSUNDS, Mini, AKC
shots, hith cert, puppy
kit smooth & long M/F.
$460 & up, 941-776-0179'
ENGLISH Bulldog Pups,
Olde type, Male &
Female. Registered &
vet checked. $895.
Call (941) 744-7617.


(( Dogs )]
ENGLISH BULLDOG FCI,
champion bloodlines,
shots, health cert,
microchipped / tattoo,
(F)15wks 813-786-1394
ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS
AKC champ bloodline,
health certs, lyr guar-
antee, M/F, fawn/red &
wht, $1500 386-294-3924
ENGLISH Springer Span-
iel Pups. AKC, vet
checked, health certs,
ready now. $350.
352-796-7035
GERMAN Shepherd Pups,
Beautiful, 8 wks, AKC,
parents on prem.
813-634-9139 or
813-508-5369
GOLDEN DOODLE PUPS,
fantastic litter, rare
blues and silvers, ready
4/22, $1,200-males.
941-925-7240
GOLDENDOODLES CKC,
QUALITY pups. CH
& OFA. howardspuppy
haven.com. $800+
Call 386-364-8345
JACK RUSSELL TERRIERS,
Registered, smooth
coats, $450; Variety of
sizes & colors. Raised in
home. See us at:
www.suavestylin
iacks.com 813-741-2510
JACK Russell Terrier Pup-
pies long & short leg-
ged, Reg, HIth certs,
150-$350 Brooksville
52-597-8562
LAB AKC Pups, yellow,
OFA certified, state
health certs. $600. Avail
4/3. Call 863-581-0592
or 863-859-0323
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots,
wormed, vet cert. Block
head, champ, bkgrd.
Pedigrees. Parents/
grandparents on site.


ny, male/female, /c
$800 & up. 352-22-0351
contentedpuppies.com
MASTIFF female
Breeder $800, 3
month old female
puppy $500, 11 month
old female chiuahaua
$150.(813)473-3552
(813)810-9280
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S @aol.com
PIT BULL Dogs & Pups
Starting at $400
Re istered with ADBA
35 -793-5139
PIT BULL PUPPIES 3 Fe-
males, 1 Male, POP, all
colors. $200 & up. Call
352-317-3836
or 813-263-8015 aft 5p
PITBULL PUPS
8 weeks, M/F
All colors, with shots
$150 and up
813-629-9001


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32 THE COURIER APRIL 6,2006
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KENTUCKY Incredible Fantastic Location in a TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN Unfurnished JJ RIVERVIEW/ Rivercrest. [I Trailers Jj FOWLER & 1-75 21.5FT SEA Ray sleeper 33' ISLANDER Fiberglass,
waterfront. Lakes, riv- Beautiful Waterside LAND Tennessee Land 11423 Laurel Brook Ct. 3,FT ... 5T RV's/Boats Autos, cabin, cruiser, sink, head, galleysips 7 new
ers, creeks. 1 Acre Community Stunning Located in the Beautiful PALM Harbor All new- New SF Home, 2280 34FT2005 Impala TT, 15 Secure $50/mo. head, shower, 225hp, bottom paint, good hull.
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Acres $19,900 or front Values Call Now! Owner Financing as low nis ct, private balcony, Laefront, Near School/ Wil deliver. 813-986-3094 $14k OBO 813-610-5101 $3500 813-877-7370
$600/down, $215/mo. 5 Final Phase 1-800-559- as $500 Down! JDL Real- parking, great loc/ Pool, Tile Lawn Svc., $17,950 0O0.
Acres $900/down, 3095 ext 65 Marketed by ty 931-946-2484 schools br, 2ba or r, Pets OK, $1,500. Ask 813-949-1910 OUTDOOR Storage, 5515 22' 1992 Ski Ray, Sea Ray ( 'Dock Rentals
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LAND near National Forest. acres from the $40s. On last sc No pets Avail C sleps.Lde. W V SA luleras .4Ba
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Broker Carrd Powell l $4 900. Beautiful Immaculat, Cable 2br 2 c's, Mrc., needs some TLC o Engines /
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Mild Winters Affordable opment. 1-828-287-5000 bonus room, newinteri- Idlewild. 13-310-4720.. Condition, 54K Mi, $11,750.813-994-5552. 31' SeaRay 310 Profile Tires, Pd $3K ask-
S Mari Homes anMountain www.BlackRockCarolina or, walk-in closet Near Brand new $4 500 Sundancer 1999 Radar ing $1,500 727-773-6398
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MH's starting mid $60's. oins USFS. Good rental MANUFACTURED conveniences 1,250/mo w 813-741-3041 2 33' 813-385-8491/239-1444
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t g' @ $28,000+ o Great cond. Will deliver.
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phy, NC. Free colOn nra- roieestmt garage detached. Pool frm Walmart..
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(C Trucks Light Duty J))
DODGE 2003 Ram 1500
Laramie 5.9L, 2wheel
drive, leather, CD, full
power, 55k miles,
16,200. 813-362-0689.
FORD 1986 F150 XLT Lari-
at, V8, auto, ac Iwb
low miles looks & runs
good. $3250 obo Charlie
13-909-7607/404-8779
FORD 1994 F150, extend-
ed cab auto, cold A/C,
300 cubit engine, 6 cyl,
1 owner. $4,500 OBO.
Call 813-478-5224
FORD 1998 Ranger, pa-
cific blue, 5 spw, ps, pb
CD, AC, new tires, steel
whs, only 34K mi. exc.
$6500. 813-334-2803
FORD 2000 Special Vehi-
cle Team Lightning
Black, beautiful hi per-
formance, orig owner.
$16,500 813-752-8035
FORD 2003 Ranger Edge
2WD, 3.0 V6 auto, AC,
pwrL/W/MCD, bed lin-
er, 34k mi. Exc ond.
$12,800. 813-677-2454
MAZDA 2001 B3000 Dual
Sport, auto all power,
very clean, 68K mi.
One owner
$6,595 727-542-3983
TOYOTA 2000 Tundra,
4x4, Ext cab, TRD pkg,
fully loaded, clean inside
and out. 70,500mi.
$12,500 obo 727-418-1355
TOYOTA 2002 Tacoma
SR5 Ext Cab V6, 4WD
5spd, ac, PS, PW, PL,
CD, bedliner exc cond
$16,000 813-86-4051
TOYOTA 2003 Tacoma,
4x4 double cabin, 4
wheel drive, automatic,
excellent condition,
$20K obo 813-789-9363
TOYOTA 2006 TRD Sport,
4DR, pdl, pw, wnty, life-
time on tires & more.
3K od $29K must sell
$25Kobo. 813-920-8569
(( Trucks Heavy Duty))
DODGE 1989 Box truck
w/1995 dies eng 5spd,
16' box. Exc int ody &
tires. Runs great! $4500
813-681-1187
DODGE 2004 Ram 3500
4x4 quad Laramie pkg,
2UH, 52K. 5.9L H.O.
turbo dies), exc. cond.
$28,000. 813-476-1279
FORD 1993 F-450 Tow
Truck, Jeer Dan dual line
winch, diesel, low miles,
new white paint, very
custom, exc. cond. Must
sell. $11,200. 239-4628
FORD 1999 250
Refrigerated box truck,
100K mi, 8cyl, auto,,
as A/C, exc. condition,'
$9,800813-493-0523
FORD 2003 F250 XL, FX4,
4x4, camper shell, auto,
1 owner, 6.0L diesel 33k
mi. spray-in bedliner,
$21,000. 813-651-3285
INTERNATIONAL 1996
4700 tow truck, dual
tech rollback, new tires,
AC, light bar, boxes.
Looks & runs great.
Must sell. $16,500.
813-239-4628

[P Vans s )
CHEVY 1997 Astro van V6
Votek, all power, dual
AC, Air bags, nice
shape, white, 99K,
$3,800 813-888-5090
CHEVY 1997 MARK 3,
high top Conversion
Van. 7 pass, new tires,
CD, trail hitch EL. Bed.
$6490. 813-957-8795.
CHEVY 1998 7 Passenger
Venture Van. $5,200.
Visit plevens@juno.com
or Call 813-975-1549
CHRYSLER 2003 Town N
Country EX Handicap
Van, 10" lowered fir.
Power wheelchair ramp
39K mi. 727-492-1608
DODGE 1991 Caravan,
new AC, too many new
parts to list, Alpine ster-
eo, blue, ezc, cond.
$1650, 813-855-9528
DODGE 1998 Caravan
118K Mi, Runs Good, 5
door, New Tires Cold
AC $2,750 obo
813-767-8810
DODGE 1999 Ram van
Black Hi-top conver-
sion, full size 80k.
Great condition. oo$5000.
813-805-6479
DODGE 2000 Conversion
Van exc cond., actual
mi. 63,573. $6,900 OBO.
Must Sell.
Call (813)929-9215
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor
power ramp, 18,000
miles. Call for more in-
formation 727-492-1630
GMC 2003 SAFARI, auto,
pw pl, alarm, dual A/C,
46K mi., seats 8, exc.
cond., $10,500 OBO.
Call 813-690-7175
JEEP 2002 Liberty limit-
ed edition, 4x4, auto,
cold AC, 71k miles,
Black w/charcoal cloth
$11,400. 813-624-7296
PONTIAC 2003 Montana,
19k mi, extended, V6,
sliding doors. White
w/grey top, dual AC
$12,900.813-624-7296


((Sports Utility Vehicles))
CHEVY 2005 Tahoe 4 WD
LT leather, loaded, low
miles, like new, 3rd row,
trailer hitch. $34900.
Call 813-962-3608.
DODGE 2005 Durango
5.7L HEMI 12k, loaded,
leather DVD, sirus ra-
dio, 6 disc, 3rd row, rear
air tow pk ext. wrnty.
$2 k. (813)335-7197
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 2002 Excursion,
silver/charcoal, 19k mi,
V10, 4x4, PWDL, keyless
code entry, 3-row seats,
running boards, $21k
obo 863-559-3596
HUMMER 2003 H2, silver,
4WD, 35K, 100K mi warr,
seats, Ig DVD, 6 disc
towing pkg, air susp.,
swing spare, very clean
41,90 813-363-3437


HUMMER 2003 H2 11K
Fact war, $10K in
Chrome & 22" Wheels,
Sunroof, Orange/Tan
Lthr $38K 813-417-1622
ISUZU 1999 Vehicross,
4x4, silver, auto, loaded,
rarely 64K miles. Good

ISUZU 2001 Rodeo, 44k
mi, w/hitch & chair lift,
excellent condition.
$9,998. Please call:
813-661-8625
JEEP 2002 Grand Chero-
kee auto, 4x4, 1 owner,
36.7k mi, transferable
warranty. Exc cond.
$15,120. 813-979-2878
JEEP 2005 GRAND Silver,
5300 mi., V8, Ithr, sun
roof, all power, $24K
OBO. Call 813-244-1092
JEEP 2006 SRT8, BIk/Gry.
425 HP, Hemi, loaded,
DVD, AWD, Best
Offer over $47K.
Call (727) 424-4195.
LAND Rover 2002 Discov-
ery 11, 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, must
see. 813-361-5536

TOYOTA 1996 LAND
CRUISER, 160K mi., V6,
needs TLC, $8500.
Call (813)645-8186
or (863)559-1106
TOYOTA 2001 Sequoia
SR5 Exc cond, 3rd row
auto, CD, rear air,all
power, cruise Awesome
$17,500 813-786-4051
TOYOTA 2002 Sequoia
Limited, Silver, Leather,
86K mi, Excellent condi-
tion, Fully Loaded,
$24,500 813-903-1007
( Scooters / Mopeds))
TAISHAN 2005 EURO
SCOOTER, 49CC, 4 cycle
engine, auto trans, 30+
mph, 100 mpg. $950.
Call (813)245-3841
(( Motorcycles J)
BMW 2003 K1200 RS
Solid red, 6k miles,
cruise control, heated
grips & seat. $9000.
813-760-6444
HARLEY 2002 Ultra Clas-
sic, Firefighter 1st edit
limited # made, red, 5K
mi, chromed out, under
wrnty, pd 31K, asking
$23K. 813-265-2408
HARLEY Davidson 1995
Soft Tail Springer, 16K
miles, too many extras
to list! 5 speed. $13,000.
Call (813) 679-0127.
HARLEY Davidson 2001
Heritage Springer, 7600
miles luxury blue & dia-
mond ice, exc. cond.,
$15,900 813-907-1700
HD 2002 883 Sportster
Custom Paint lots of
chrome, 5700 miles,
wind shield $7500 obo.
813-783-9299
HONDA 1997 Goldwing
Motortrike conversion.
White w/ murals 45,750
mi., gar kept. $18,500.
After 6pm: 641-7080
Days: 984-1533
HONDA 1999 REBEL,
250cc, 4800 mi., Black
w/ Yellow flames, high-
way bar, saddle bags,
$2,300.813-205-7507
HONDA 2001 Goldwing
4300 mi., black, loaded
w/extras incl. CB. like
new. $13,500. 813-837-
1343 or 813-240-0218
HONDA 2002 VTX 1800C,
Shield, Bags, Custom
Lights, Guard, 9,000 Mi,
$7,500
813-748-0677
HONDA 2003 GOLDWING,
3,300 mi., Black, many
extras, like new.
$15,200. 863-386-4899 or
414-617-3591
Classifieds can give you
the key to your new car!


(( Motorcycles ))
HONDA 2004 VTX,
1300CC, 500 mi., king &
queen seat, like brand
new. Pd $10,200. Best
Offer. Call 813-657-1755
HONDA 2005 CRF 230,
trail ridden 8 times,
$2,900. Honda 1986
OCC Elite, 2600 miles,
$950. 813-629-8669

ff SBuy

KAWASAKI 2000 Vulcan
Nomad, BIk, Loaded,
Touring Box
W/Backrest Exc Cond.
$6,200.... 727-789-4505
KTM 1997 300 Runs
Great, No Problemms,
$1,200 obo
813-671-2894
253-861-2894
MOTORCYCLES Wanted
Street, Dirt Bikes &
ATV's. Also buying
wrecked motorcycles.
Cash paid. 813-924-6264
REMOVABLE ODYSSEY
TRIKE KIT, black, slight
ly used, exc. cond.
$1800.
813-763-2163
YAMAHA 2005 YZF-R6
Supersport Bike, Raven
Edition, Jet Black, 2.5K
mi, Garage kept, mint
con, $7000.
(813)545-8609.

Golf Carts )
EZ-GO 1999 w/charger,
head/tail lights, curtain
enclosure, windshield,
exc cond. Can deliv.
$1875 813-300-0114
GOLF-CART-BATTERIES
Recondition with new
battery warranty.
Markey Battery Inc.
813-267-7830 : 657-0454

(( ATVs ])
HONDA 1998 FOREMAN
400, 4 wheel drive, new
clutch, always serviced,
runs and looks great,
$2500obo 813-310-3722
YAMAHA 2001 Warrior,
very good condition,
clean, runs great, blue,
$3100 obo.
813-926-0274
[(Automobiles Wanted))
CASH PAID For Cars
Running or Not! We'll
come pick it up!
Paying a little it more!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535

[(Classics & Antiques))
BUICK 1989 Rivierra
sunroof, all power, low
mileage, 81K miles.
$4900
813-671-1557
CHEVY 1966 PICKUP,
NO MOTOR, TRANSMIS-
SION, OR TITLE, DISC
BRAKES. $500
813-690-6450
CHEVY 1979 Camaro Z28,
T tops, 396 Big. Block,
less than 150 mi on re-
built, lots of new parts,
$12900obo 941-545-3948
CHEVY 1992 SS454 auto
AC custom bik paint
whis, all pwr, cd am/fm
bed cvr, low 3"/5", fm
exh, $8200 813-220-6541
FIERO 1984 Indy Pace Car
Limited Edition only
2000 Built, Mint Cond.
Always Garaged,
$15,000... 941-727-0259
FORD 1963 Thunderbird
Convertible w/ Road-
ster kit. spectacular,
red/blk loaded. $21,900
813-996-3054/484-2353
Web ID#1656825


LINCOLN 1977
Continental 58,623 mi, 4
door, auto trans. Power
everything. Runs &
looks great. $8000 OBO
(813) 767-1602
MERCEDES 1972 350SL,
red w/tan interior, runs
great. Ice air, classic,
$4800.
813-966-9377
NISSAN 1984 200SX
TURBO Met Bronze,
Orig. Owner, 50K mi.,
Runs Great. Exc. Cond.
$4,900. 813-259-9146
PONTIAC 1966 Catalina
Orig owner 2 dr hard-
top, Skirt & flipper hub
caps. Exc cond. $8500
863-647-5204 660-0633
ROLLS Royce 1989, two-
tone (oyster) low mi, sil-
ver spirit, show room
cond $35,000. Please
Call 941-355-8599

(( Limousines ))
LINCOLN 1998 Towncar
120" White Private
Owned, Exc Cond
$23,500 call for more
info 813-654-8589
[( Junk Cars )}

WE BUY CARS
From $25 to $1,000
Now buying Hondas
Call 727-364-5125
Turn to Classifieds you
can bank on our bargains.


((Automobiles for Sale))
24' Wellcraft Aruba, '88,
50 hrs, new engine/
drive, 2005 Trailer, oad-
ed, nice, must see.
$9,500 obo 813-600-5092
94 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN
Police Impounds! Only
$500! For Listings & De-
tails Call 1-800-749-8116,
Ext. 7169
97 TOYOTA CAMRY Only
$400! Police Impounds!
For Listings Cal 1-800-
749-8116, Ext. 4880
ACURA 1998 3.0 CL, PW,
PL, all power, leather,
sunroof, Bose stereo
w/CD, V6 V-tech, 139K
hwy mi. $5600.616-1359
BMW 1997 318 converti-
ble. Dealer maint., exc
cond., 97K miles, wrrty.
$10,200.
813-643-9088
BMW 1998 328i, auto,
white/tan sport/! prem
pkgs, 60.5k mi, 17"'SSR
rims, leather. 14,375.
813-685-4273/833-5358
BMW 2001 530i, 5spd,
Black on Black, 63K,
6CD Chgr, Exc cond.
asking $22,500 obo
727-365-1107 709-2299
BMW 2001 750 IL, Rare
Highline Series, Blue
w/ivory Motivated Sell-
er. Mint cond. Warranty
$34,900. 813-600-1536
BMW 2002 X5 3.01, awd,
Exc. Cond. 59K mi,
loaded, sprt pkg, sunrf,
Ithr, rear A/C. $26,500.
DIR. (813) 221-5522.
BMW 2004 330ci conver-
tible, black sapphire,
brown leather int.,
sports pkg, 27,500 mi,
$35,900. 813-766-6680
BMW 2004 Z4
DOWN & ASSUME
No credit check!!
813-681-4876
BUICK 1992 Park Ave.
80K actual mi. cold AC,
pwr opts, good motor
& body, $2500
813-892-7293
CADILLAC '04 Seville SLS
33K mi Heated seats,
XM radio, CD changer,
rear sensors, new fires.
$19,900 (813)987-6312
CADILLAC 2000 Catera
Mint cond, 28,400 mi,
loaded, new tires, snrf,
chrome rims, N/S.
$12,000 813-657-5267
CADILLAC 2003 DeVille
cashmere w/shale Ithr
int, 45K mi, mem/htd
seats chrm whls Plus!
$21,950obo813-935-3374
CHEVROLET 1996 Lumina
4 dr exc mechanical
cond! Call 813-695-2129
between llam-9pm Sat
& Sun or 813-989-3802
CHEVY 1991 CAVALIER,
4drs, cold A/C, looks
and runs great, $1,000.
813431-05 4

CHEVY 1997 LUMINA,
White, bad trans,
engine runs, good
body/interior/tires.
$550. Call 813-677-5104
CHEVY 2000 Astro Van,
AWD, 82K mi exc. cond,
Owned for 5 Years,
$7900 obo 813-986-3128
or 989-709-9659
CHEVY 2005 Malibu Maxx
LS Loaded auto, 1 own-
er, fact wrt, low miles.
Non-smkr. $13,500
813-833-2733
CHRYSLER 2001 Concord
4 dr, white, loaded.
Lady owned. 46K mi.
Mint. $7900.
813-780-8175
CHRYSLE.R 2004 Sebring
convertible, plum, tan
leather V6, fully load-
ed 34K miles. Asking
$16,500. 813-741-1046
CORVETTE 2005 new
cherry red met. Naviga-
tion on-star XM radio
and more. 6k mi.,$46K
obo. 813-259-1195.
DODGE 1997 NEON
4-door sedan
83K miles
A/C, CD
$1,995 813-949-7053
FORD 1978 Mustang, V8,
yellow, 5-speed, leather
seats, good condition,
>>>> $3,500 <<<<
813-325-0349
Web ID #1656547



FORD 1989 Mustang
GT302 5 spd, too many
mods to list, $3950 obo.
813-630-0028
FORD 1994 Mustang GT
Conv't. 5.0L V8, AT; low
mi. Ithr, tilt, cruise,
$5950 obo. 813-270-1627

FORD 1995 Ford Crown
Vic 70000 orig mi, 4 dr, 8
cyl, ice cold A/C, very
goodcondition $2700
OBO (813)293-4255,
FORD 1997 Thunderbird,
V8 auto, cold AC, 84K
mi, all power, rear spoil-
er, looks & runs exc.
$3375obo, 352-999-2214
CareerSeeker TV
813-259-7500


((Automobiles for Salej)
FORD 1999 MUSTANG,
auto, A/C, mach stereo,
CD, bik w/tan Ithr, adull
friven 89K mi. $8,500
OBO. 813-477-2867
FORD 2003 ESCAPE XLT,
sunroof, 67K miles,
AM/FM/6 disc CD, liht
green with tan cloth,
$10,100. 813-624-7296
FORD 2003 ESCAPE XLT,
sunroof, 56K miles,
AM/FM/6 disc CD, ma-
roon with re top,
$10,100. 813-6 4- 296
HONDA 1993 ACCORD LX
4 door, AC, auto, radio,
all power, clean interi-
or, looks and runs good.
First $3000 813-393-8256
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,
$3,200 813-716-4238
HONDA 1996 Accord LX
champagne, good mi.
4DR, auto, ABS, good
cond.$4200,
727-639-4233
HONDA 2003 ACCORD EX,
loaded, leather moon-
roof, excellent cond.,
50K miles, lady owned,
$16,300 813-246-2400
HONDA 2003 S2000, 11K
miles, blue exterior & in-
terior excellent condi-
tion. $24,000.
813-926-4496
HONDA 2005
Shadow 750.
$5500
Showroom Condition!!
813-368-0213



INFINITI 2005 G35, auto,
loaded garnet red/tan
Ithr, 23 miles, sporty
4dr sedan, mint cond.,
$29000obo 813-244-2411



INFINITY 2004 G35 coupe
1 of a Kind All options
+ special Extras! 19"
Foose Wheels, Red Cali-
pers, Custom
s oiler/Stereo Red with
Tan Lthr Int, 11,800 Mi,
Go to www.
extrememotorcar.com
for photos Not a deal-
er, $30,900
813-839-5033
813-250-9200
JAGUAR 1995 XJ6, very
clean, new tires, ready
to go, 1st $6300 garage
kept.' 4 1
813-310-7749 4
KIA 2003 SPECTRA, 4 dr
Gold/Tan intr.,auto, 26K
mi.,CD plyexist warr
clean car fax. $6,900
OBO. N/S. 813-217-5587
KIA 2005 Spectra Cruise
tilt, CD, keyless entry
24-32mpg, airbags, pow-
er, tach, 60-40 split.
$11,300 813-546-3868
LEXUS 1998 GS400 white,
all options, leather,
moon roof, mint cond.,
74K mi., $17 500 obo.
813-857-3129
LEXUS 2003 SC430 Road-
ster 28K miles, warran-
ty, darfax, nav., NS, new
$67,000, offered at
$41,500. 813-220-5204
MAZDA 1993 Miata MX5,
needs minor engine re-
pairs. $2000 obo.
727-944-5141

MAZDA 1994 626, 6cyl,
green, A/C, good condi-
tion, auto, tinted win-
dows cruise control
$2,000obo 813-758-5360.
MAZDA 1999 Millenia S
Turbo Miller eng, pearl
w/tan Ithr, chrome
whls, 1 owner, 143K mi.
$9250 813-376-8292


((Automobiles for Sale))
MAZDA 2000 Protoge ES,
1 owner 48k mi, new
tires & battery, good
condition $6 000.
813-634-2325
MERCEDES 2000 S430,
silver/black interior,
exc cond, ext'd warran-
ty, all records $22,900
obo. 813-690-1933
MERCEDES 2002 SL500
Desert/tan, tan top
warr 2010, AMG Sport,
loaded new tires, low
mi, htd sts xeons, mint,
no accidents/dings,
dealer srvcd. 6 CD.
$48K 813-545-7027.
MERCEDES 2002 CLK 430
Cabriolet, silver over
black, showroom, new,
8700 miles, $35,900.
Call 813-727-0266
MERCEDES 2003 SL 500
Cony., a special ordered
car, Only 11,000mi, mint
cond., red, navigation,
keyless entry, panoramic
roof, sport pkg, addition-
al 6 cd chngr, must see
to appreciate, orig. price
$115,000 Asking $76,900.
813-966-2238
web Id # 1627220



MERCEDES 2004 SLK320
Roadster Convertible
hardtop, blue, auto, one
owner, asking $32,900
317-370-9961


((Automobiles for Sale))
MERCEDEZ 1999 CLK320,
exc. condition, new
tires, 55K mi., moving,
Brilliant Silver color.
$17,450. 863-709-9033
MERCEDEZ 2000 S500,
87mi., Black w/ Beige
Ithr, navigation, all pwr,
6CD chgr exc. cond.
$27,500. 813-380-6192
MINI 2003 COOPER S,
Yell/Wht, 44K mi., load-
ed, Ithr, warr., sport
luxury pkg. $18,500
obo. 813-600-5092
MUSTANG 1999 Black,
leather, V6, auto,
cruise, air, CD, 60K mi,.
$6900 813-228-7297 or
219-916-1499 1 owner
NISSAN 1991 Maxima
Runs, cold air, good
body,$1395,
813-933-3999
NISSAN 1996 Maxima SE,
loaded exc. condition.,
sunroof.
$3400 obo
(813) 323-5776
NISSAN 2004 350Z, Tour-
ing Edt, White, 9,000
mies, Perfect in every
way, Garage Kept,
$29,500... 813-785-2584
NISSAN 2005 350Z, 35th
Ed. 300hp, blk on bik
Ithr, loaded, 6spd man-
ual, 1700mi., exc cond.
$30,500. 813-926-3444


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((Automobiles for Sale)) [(Automobiles for Sale))
OLDS 1988 Cutlass Ciera TOYOTA 2005 Prius Hy-
4 dr, grey at 6v 2.8 brid 22500mi 50+MPG
$750 00 613-152-6475 Salsa Red Like new
(941)780-4587
PONTIAC 1999 Grand Am kristc99@yahoo.com
SE, V6, 87K mi. loaded, VOLVO 1995 850, black,
nreat cond. green, new VOLVO 1995 850, bck,
ires, $4500. great condition, 100K+
813-re 991-4446 m PS PW, PDL, 5spd,
813-991-4446 i5, $,800 obo.
PONTIAC 2000 Grand Prix 813-571-9670/361-7224
GPT, 1 lady owner, exc Volvo 2001 V70 T5 Wag-
cond loaded, 87k, on w/3rd row seats, ev-
$6506/obo. ery option except nav.
813-689-3361 Excellent condition.
$12k obo. 727-278-5898.
PORSCHE 2006 Carrera
4S Cab convertible, tri- VW 2001 BEETLE, 4 cyl, 5
pie blk nav, upgraded spd, 1.8L turbo charged
whs, ke new, 2100 mi, Green w/ graphics, 73K
$94,500 813-564-7000 mi. $9,200 Firm.
Call (813)886-5709
SAAB 1999 9-3Turbo SE,
Beautiful silver convert. VW 2001 Passat Sedan,
like new, ext/int/mech. NEW motor, white,
warty carport kept 727- turbo, sunrf, alloys,
804-7639 $11,995 Firm. 78K body mi, good cond.
$7,900. 813-391-6987
TOYOTA 1987 Celica new
clutch, braKes, axles & VW 2002 Beetle, turbo-S,
tires cold air, 35mpg 6spd, a/c, ps, pw, p/,
very dependable. $1850 pwr mirrors, sunroof,
y 813-891-6446 ABS brakes, cruise,
leather, MONSOON Ster-
eo. Low ml black
TOYOTA 1998 Camry LE, $15,900. 813-495-0440
AT PL PW, Cruise,
113K, VGC, VW 2004 Jetta, Exc. cond.
5,000 6-38 Red, Auto, CD/Cass,
813-986-3308 AM/FM, 4 dr, 48K Miles,
AC Pwr Win & Locks,
TOYOTA 2004 Camry LE $12,895.....813-685-8715
V6, 36K, ABS, all pwr
Prem wheels, moonroof Tampa loves our
JBL CD. Exc. $18,500 Classifieds!
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