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Children will have
more than a few
places to look for
eggs this weekend.


Cindy Churchill
dedicates new
buildings at
Steppin' Stone
Farm. PAGE I

Hailed throughout
her illness for her
bravery, 4-year-old
Ashton Bass loses
battle with cancer."

About 200 people mostly Hispanic youths protest against tougher immigration laws April 11 outside city hall.

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Staff Report
The national debate over immigration
reform reached the streets of Plant City April
10 when more than 200 people massed out-
side city hall waving flags and signs.
Echoing other protest across the nation,
the Plant City protesters said they were angry
over immigration reform bills under consid-
eration in Congress.
"At first we planned to just walk out of
school, but I said 'city hall is where it counts.
Let's go there,"' said Oscar Tobias, a 17-year-
old student at Plant City High School as he
waved a large American flag on Wheeler
Street Monday morning.
The idea for a protest started last week at
the school, Tobias said. And after one failed
attempt April 7- "people just lost their nerve,"
said one student students walked out
Monday morning just as school began.
"We for the idea from seeing other protests,
from Martin Luther King Jr.'s non-violent
marches and from the HBO movie "Walkout,"
Tobias said. The movie tells the story of a
walkout by Hispanic students in Los Angeles
in 1968.
School officials said 50 students came on
campus Monday morning and then left.
Another 100 to 150 students did not come to
school at all and went directly to the protest.
"The students that were on campus and left
will receive an in-school suspension of bet-
ween one and three days," said Kristin Was-
kiewicz, a spokeswoman for the Hillsborough
County public schools. The length of the sus-
pension will be based on the student's previ-
ous disciplinary record, Waskiewicz said.
Waving American and Mexican flags, the
mostly young, Hispanic protesters chanted in
Spanish and English and urged drivers to
honk their horns to show support for the

"We got a few fingers, but we just waved
and smiled at them," Tobias said. Many other
drivers, however, did show their support for
the peaceful protest by leaning on their horns
as they drove along the busy thoroughfare.
-The protest, which began about 10 a.m.,
ended at 1 p.m. Plant City police said they did:
not assign any extra deputies to the area and
there were no disturbances during the
"The people that I saw carrying signs and
waving at passing cars along Wheeler Street
seemed to be young people of high school
age," said City Manager David Sollenberger.
"They seemed orderly and I heard no reports
about civil disobedience or arrests. After a few
hours they were gone."
Mayor John Dicks said while the protesters
had a right to demonstrate, there was not
much the city could do.
"People have the right to free speech and to
peacefully demonstrate in this country,"
Dicks said. "Whatever the outcome of illegal
immigration, it is not up to the city of Plant
City to decide. The demonstrators, if that is
what you call them, were, simply put, people
expressing an opinion."
Tobias said that while many of the young
people who protested were U.S. citizens,
"there are a lot here whose parents are not.
We are saying to people that these people are
not criminals and they just came here to
"We are not criminals," said Juan Ruiz, 14.
"We just want to be equal."
Arlos Cacios, one of the few adults among
the protesters, said he heard about the protest
through an e-mail and then a fax.
"We are saying no to both bills in Congress,"
said Cacios, who took time off from his job at
a Plant City produce-packing plant to protest.
"The jobs Mexicans do, others will not do.
Where would this country be without immi-
The U.S. Senate bill would create a guest
worker program and allow some illegal immi-
grants to become citizens over a period of

Protesters say they will walk out again May 1
as part of a larger national walkout.
years. The U.S. House of Representatives bill,
passed in December, would make illegal
immigration a felony. Both bills would radi-
cally tighten border security.
The House and Senate must come up with
a compromise bill before it is presented to the
president for his signature and can become
Protesters said they were against both bills
under consideration in Washington and
promised an even larger walkout May 1.
Immigrants and their supporters are target-
ing that day to boycott work, school and
"May 1 will be much bigger than this. Just
wait," Cacios said.

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Lions recycle drive for glasses
The Plant City Lions Club is
working with postal employ-
ees to pick up used eyeglasses
and hearing aids April 20-22.
Notification cards will be
mailed to 24,000 addresses
about one week prior to the
drive. Plant City residents
looking to assist with the drive
should leave these items in
their mailboxes for pickup.
Call: 719-3800.

National award
for Tomlin student
The U.S. Achievement Aca-
demy has named Ciara E.
DeVane a United States
National Award Winner in
English, mathematics and
honor roll. DeVane, who
attends Tomlin Middle
School, was nominated for
this award by a teacher at the
DeVane will appear in the
United States Achievement
Academy Official Yearbook,
which is published nationally.
DeVane is the daughter of
Curtis and Tammy DeVane of
Plant City, and granddaughter
of Joy Pupello of Plant City
and Jerry Bodwin of Ocala.

YMCA plans barbecue
The Plant City Family
Branch YMCA will hold a bar-
becue fundraiser dinner May
16 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the
YMCA, 1507 YMCA Place.
Dinner is $7 per meal with
proceeds going to benefit the
Plant City Ophelia Girls Circle
Tickets are available for
advanced purchase or at the
Call: 757-6677.

Patriotic concert on tap
"Americana A Tribute to
America Concert" is planned
April 28 at 8 p.m. at St. Clem-
ent Catholic Church, 1104 N.
Alexander St. featuring the
Christian Community Cho-
The group was formed five
years ago by Richard Pipas
and Richard Grant and
includes 60 singers from area
Organizers hope to draw
active, inactive and retired
military personnel to the free
The concert will include a
special salute to men and
women in uniform.
Information: Joyce Nestor
at 493-1979 or mjnestor@ver-

Meetings to address Swilley,
Robinson road traffic
Hillsborough County will
hold two public meetings
April 18 to address traffic
issues in the Plant City area.
Speeding and traffic volume
on Swilley Road between
South C.R. 39 and West Key-
sville Road will be the topic at
a meeting at 6:30 p.m. in Beal-
sville Park, 5009 Nesmith
A 6:30 p.m. meeting in the
Marshall Middle School Cafe-
teria, 18 S. Maryland Ave., will
address traffic problems along
Robinson Road from North
Wilder Road- to its, end, near :
the' intersection of East Sam
Allen Road. :
A recommendation to the
county commission on solv-
ing these traffic problem will
be based on the meetings.

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The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department bet-
ween March 26 and April 2.

March 26
Criminal mischief, 2600
block of James L. Redman
Driving under the influence,
2400- block of James L.
Redman Parkway

KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
The new buildings were
dedicated in honor of Steppin'
Stone Farm's executive
director, Cindy Churchill,
right, who first came to the
home as a teenager in 1977.


Stone Farm





Staff at Steppin' Stone
Farm, a home for at-risk teen-
age girls in the Keysville area,
will be able to leave their trail-
ers behind after two new staff
buildings were dedicated at
the home April 6.
The home, which was
started in 1973, has three dor-
mitory homes with nine girls
in each. The homes also have a
staff person on duty 24 hours a
day, 365 days a year.
"Each home also has staff
person in there with the girls
so in order to give those people
time off we have to have places
for staff to live. They were
living in trailers, said Cindy
Churchill, who has been the
executive director of the farm
since 1991. She currently lives
in a trailer at the home with
her husband, the Rev. Ron
Churchill of First Baptist
Church of Plant City.
Steppin' Stone Farm

March 27
Grand theft, 8 a.m., 3400
block of West Baker Street.
Resisting an officer without
S. violence, 9:30 a.m., 1900 block
S. of Teakwood Drive
Criminal mischief, 6 p.m.,
1900 block of Strawberry
Criminal mischief, 11 p.m.,
1900 block of Strawberry

March 28
Criminal mischief, 5:30
p.m., 2100 block of North
Golfview Drive
Petty theft, 6:21 p.m., 300
block of South Hunter Street.
Vehicle theft, 7 p.m., 1000
block of Fairwinds Court
Petty theft, 10:15 p.m., 1700
block of East Baker Street

March 29
Grand theft, 6 a.m., 3100
block of James L. Redman
Vehicle burglary, 11 a.m.,
300 block of North Michigan
Criminal mischief, 7 p.m.,
900 block of East Gilchrist

Photo courtesy of the Rev. Jim McMichen
Cindy Churchill addresses the more than 200 people who
turned out for the April 6 ceremony.

requires all staff to live at the
home "it's more like a family
that way," Cindy Churchill
"But it's hard to get people
to live at a place today and
many homes have gone to
shift work. We don't want to
do this. We wanted to take
care of the girls here first and
they have nice dorms. Now,
we want our staff to stay so we
have to have at least a nice
place to live."
The home has- 12 full-time
staffers, with between three
and six people on duty at any

one time. "It's like a hospital,"
Churchill said. "We are on
duty 24/7."
The girls at Steppin' Stone
stay an average of 15 months
and attend school at the
The two new homes were
dedicated in Cindy Churchill's
name, who first came to the
facility in 1977.
"It saved my life so this
where I wanted to give my
life," Churchill said. "I became
a Christian here. That's why I
have done this all these


Photo courtesy of the Rev. Jim McMichen

Inside one of the new staff buildings at Steppin' Stone Farm.

March 30
Petty theft, 6:30 a.m., 300
block of North Alexander
Petty theft, 5 p.m., 1700
block of South Alexander

March 31
Criminal mischief, 12:53
a.m., 1300 block of West
Redbug Street
Robbery, 4:20 a.m., 800
block of West Ball Street
Battery, 7:11 p.m., 300 block
of Park Springs Circle

April 1
Petty theft, 12:01 a.m., 1000
block of West Alexander Street
Retail theft, 2:35 p.m., 2100
block of James L. Redman
Criminal mischief, 3 p.m.,
2600 block of James L. Redman
Sexual battery, 5 p.m., 600
block of East Alexander Street
Petty theft, 6 p.m., 100 block
of North Gordon Street
Petty theft, 8:24 p.m., 2400
block of James L. Redman
Arson, 8:44 p.m., 1700 block
of Hughes Drive
Battery, 10:33 p.m., 1200
block of Townsgate Court
Aggravated assault, 10:55
p.m., 100 block of North
Thomas Street
Grand theft, 11:30 p.m.,
3200 block of Kilmer Drive

April 2
Petty theft, 2:36 p.m., 1700
block of Oakwood Estates
Burglary structure, 6 p.m.,
3100 block of' Sammonds
Burglary commercial, 8:50
p.m., 1400 block of East Baker
Driving under the influence,
11:26 p.m., 400 block of West
Devane Street



4 t4E COURIER APRIL 13, 2006


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
City workers continue to work on the irrigation system at Samuel W. Cooper Park on East Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, which was opened in October. The park, which is used to
alleviate area flooding and as a recreational facility, was recognized by the Tampa Bay Regionat
Planning Council as one of two Plant City projects worthy of ,peciai recognition.

City Wins Regional Awards

Recent efforts by Plant City officials to meet
community needs while keeping within the
boundaries of a limited budget have paid off
with two awards from the Tampa Bay Regional
Planning Council.
City officials attended a March 31 luncheon
at the Quorum Hotel in Tampa, where the city
was honored for notable achievement in
resource planning. The 14th annual Future of
the Region Award presentation selected indi-
viduals, governmental bodies, and private and
community organizations in the region as
award recipients in six separate categories.
The council represents government bodies
and organizations in Hillshorough, Pinellas,
Pasco and Manatee counties.
The construction of Samuel S. Cooper Park
on East Martin Luther King Boulevard led to a
first-place award for cultural/sports/recreation

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projects. The Michael S. Sparkman Police
Center, a conversion from a former AutoNa-
tion facility, received honorable mention in the
development category.
City Commissioner Bill Dodson, the Plant
City representative on the regional planning
council, brought the project opppii ...... o to he
city staff at the end of 2005. The application
deadline was Jan. 6.
"You can never be sure what category a
particular project will qualify for,' Dodson
said. "But each project is recognized on its
merit. We are proud to have beer selected by
the council for two projects that are important
to the city and the region."
Sam Cooper Park officially opened Oct. 18. It
serves several purposes for the city. The 10-
acre pond was constructed as part of the East
Side Canal to reduce fooding during periods of
heavy rainfall. During the planning phase, the
city commission requested the city engineering
staff consider designing the pond with gently
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The military newspaper
Stars and Stripes reported April
10 that a 1st Brigade, 1st Army
Division soldier was killed April
8 by a roadside bomb while
patrolling Tal Afar, Iraq, on
foot. That soldier was Jody Mis-
sildine, a member Plant City
High School's Class of 2005.
"We were notified through
Today's father," said Dale Missil-
dine, Jody's uncle.
Military representatives told
Calvin Missildine that his son
had been killed in the line of
duty. The father lives in Lake-
land. The son was raised by
Calvin's parents, Shirley and
Melvin Missildine in Plant
'We are heartbroken," said
Dale Missildine. "Jody grew
from a boy to a man right in
front of us. He was tough.
Tougher than I ever could be.
We are truly saddened by his
death. We want people to know
he was a hero, and died a real
Jody Missildine joined the
Army shortly after graduating
from high school.
"He and three or four of his
high school friends joined the
Army at the same time," Dale
Missildine said. Following a
tour of duty in Germany Jody
Mrtrs'idnc returned to Plant
City for the Christmas holi-
"We had friends and family
ovei to the house and Jody and
I went to Publix to get some
more groceries," said Dale

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how many people knew Jody.
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one was saying hello and stop-
ping to see how things were
going. The boy
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a from a baby
was grown up.
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seas in Janu-
ary. He served
in Iraq, return-
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March for two
weeks, then returned to Iraq.
Tel Afar, which is close to the
Iraqi-Syrian border, was once a
hotbed of insurgent attacks
and bombings. Last Novembel
a mass grave containing the
remains of 56 Shiites was
reported to have been found at
a house in Tel Afar.
In September, Tel Afar was
the scene of violent clashes
between gunmen and the Iraqi
forces. The city has recently
been controlled by coalition
forces and was was singled out
by President Bush last month
as an example of how Iraq can
be made safe.
Since those remarks the
insurgents in Iraq have made hi
a point to step up the violence
in TelAfar. ,
"I thought at one rime that )
understood the war in Iraq,"
Dale Missildine said. "But dur-
ing the last year I have lost thai
understanding. Jody paid a
price for us that was too high to
pay. Traq should stand on its
own. Jody should not have died
for them. Not like that."
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Republican Women's Club
Thomas Wright, national director of the
Fair Tax group, is scheduled to speak at the
Plant City Federated Republican Women
Club meeting April 13 at 7 p.m. at the
Ramada Plantation Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
Call: Linda McDonald, 473-3251.

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

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.

United Daughters of the Confederacy
The Plant City Chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy plan to meet
April 15 at 10 a.m. at the home of Anne
Mitchells, 1902 N. Gordon St. Members
also plan to place a flag at Oak Lawn Ceme-
tery on Confederate Memorial Day, which
is April 26. Call: Carole, 759-0078.

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

Cornerstone fundraiser
The Cornerstone Center plans a fund-
raiser April 15 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Robin-
son home, 909 Roux St. Tickets: $15. Call:

Tent revival
An "old-fashioned tent revival" is planned
April 17-22 at noon and 7:30 p.m. nightly at
The Full Gospel Tabernacle of Plant City on
Thonotasassa Road. Call: 754-3843.

Story of the Titanic
The Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St., will present the "The Story
of the Titanic Down Through the Ages"
with Michael Tennaro April 18 at 7 p.m.
Information: 757-9215 or www.hcplc.org.

Habitat seeks potential homeowners
Plant City Habitat for Humanity plans a
meeting to find new families for its next
home April 20 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the
Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center,
1601 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Call:
Don Rainard, 707-0331.

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. Relay for Life is a
community gathering in which teams camp
out and take turns walking or running to
collect donations for the fight against
Call: 685-0670, Ext. 114.

Gospel sing
The Florida Opry's Almost All Night
Gospel Sing featuring nine gospel groups is
scheduled for April 21 from 7 to 11:15 p.m. in
the First Baptist Church of Plant City's wor-
ship center, 503 N. Palmer St. Tickets: 10 and
younger are free, ages 11 to 17 are $5 and 18
and older are $10. Tickets are available in the
church office. Call: Myrle Henry, 752-4094.

Quilting demonstration
The Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St., plans a quilting demonstra-
tion day with the Berry Patch Quilters April
22 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Information: 757-9215 or www.hcplc.org.


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Photo courtesy ofR.W. Willaford

Easter Bunny visit
The Red Caboose, an antique railroad car at the home of R.W. Willaford, 908 Joe
McIntosh Road, will welcome the Easter Bunny April 15 from 2 to 6 p.m. Children
will be able to get a free picture with the bunny at the event. Operation Lifesaver
Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Safety Program will also provide gift bags.
Information: R.W. Willaford, 759-3345.

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The Plant City Children's Theatre rehearses for a production of excerpts from
"Catsb set for May 5 at 8 p.m. and May 6 at 2 p.m. at the Cornerstone Theater in
Plant City, 315 N. Collins St. Performing are, from left, Katie Barr, Kim Hall and
Kelsey Myers. Among the other performers are: Jode Hansen, Kristine Huntsinger,
Maura Hope, Damon Brown, Samantha Hall, Megan Ferman, Lisa Steinbrenner,
Shawna Cook, Marissa Aloyo, Samantha Bell, Roger Huntsinger, Damonique McClain,
Cassandra Lawhon and Jelleca Ball. Tickets are $5. Call: 752-1621.

Preparing for college event
A panel from the Hispanic Scholarship
Fund will provide information on navigat-
ing the college and financial aid processes
April 22 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Hills-
borough Community College's Brandon
campus, 10414 E. Columbus Drive. Call:
Maritza Ortiz Licameli, (770) 992-4259.

Puppet show
A puppet show is planned at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St., April
25 at 10, 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Tickets or

group reservations required. Information:
757-9215 or www.hcplc.org.

Internet class
A class on searching the Internet is set for
April 26 at 10 a.m. at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. Information:
757-9215 or www.hcplc.org.

School board candidate forum
Hunter Gambrell, a candidate for the

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Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of
Plant City meets at 7:30 p.m.
on the third Thursday of the
month at The First Baptist
Church Wesley Center. 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.

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 children appreciate art
and participate in hands-on
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 BuddyF-
reddys, 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 pot-
luck dinners every Monday at
5:30 p.m.
Membership is $10 per
year and includes shuf-
fleboard tournaments.
Call: 754-4130 or 757-9165.

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

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

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

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Do What We Have To Do

II f ooster, it is sufficient that you know that I will
do what I have to do," said "Lucky" Ned
Pepper in that wonderful movie "True Grit."
I He was referring to his earlier threat to kill a
girl he had captured if John Wayne's character didn't
ride over the next ridge so he could get away.

We might paraphrase that
line to help us better appreci-
ate our own history. There
seems to be two schools of
thought on teaching American
history. One school wants to
tell our children that all of their
ancestors were angels; the
other wants to tell them that all
of their ancestors were devils.
It should be sufficient that
our children know that their
ancestors did what they
believed they had to do. That is
all any fair-minded person can
ask of another. We humans are
not omniscient, omnipotent or
Today, just as our ancestors
were in their day, we are
confronted with situations, and
we all decide that we must do
what we think we have to do.
Someone in the future with the
knowledge that comes only
with hindsight might judge us
harshly. So be it. There is no
escaping the fact that we can
act only on the basis of our
perceptions of reality at this
Some people, for example,


dismiss George Washington as
a slave owner. He did own
slaves, but he was also one of
the most remarkable men ever
to walk on this planet. Had one
of all the bullets fired at him
found his heart, we would not
be living in the United States as
it is today. He was, as one
historian called him, an
indispensable man, something
few humans in history can ever
claim to be.
History, because it's life, is

never simplistic. One English
wit observed that not even God
can change history, although
historians do it all the time.
That's a fair warning that no
matter what history book you
read, you can count on it being
subjective. That's because it is
impossible for human beings
to be otherwise. Historians are
also subject to fads and
A historian is like a reporter.
If he's writing about a time in
which all of the participants
have died, he has to rely on
records -- letters, diaries,
public documents and books
published during and about
the period he's interested in.
There will be such a sea of
material that he will have no
choice but to edit to choose
what to include, what to
exclude. And those will be
subjective judgments.
With those caveats, we
should all follow Robert E.
Lee's advice to his children and
read history and biographies so
that we will know the world, as
best we can, as it is. History is
nothing more than a record of
what people have done and
said. It is not a force or anyth-
ing living. Such statements as
"history is on our side" are
But history can help put our
own lives in context. Life is a
never-ending story. We drop

out of the womb in the middle
of the action, play our part and
exit. Someone one of the
Romans, I believe said that if
you don't know history, you
remain forever a child. It's
good to know what happened
before we got here.
Three good histories to start
with are "Modern Times," by
Paul Johnson; "Tragedy and
Hope," by Carroll Quigley; and
"The Oxford History of the
American People," by Samuel
Eliot Morison. Read those three
or, heck, any one of them, and
you'll know more history than
the average college graduate
these days.
After you have gotten the
overall picture, then you can
zero in on whatever interests
you the American Revolution,
the War Between the States, the
20th-century wars. There are
some wonderful books on all of
these subjects.
An interesting point to keep
in mind when reading history
is that events didn't have to
happen the way they did. They
happened a certain way
because of specific decisions
and circumstances. A different
set of decisions and circum-
stances would have produced a
different outcome.

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I Can't Help But Speak About What I Have Seen, Heard

T his week my wife and I both felt the need to get
out of town. So we headed for the beach, shared a
long dinner and enjoyed a quiet walk, slow and
deliberate along the edge of the water. The food
was good. The company was better.

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We ate on the deck and
drank in the delicious fra-
grance of outdoors. Some guy
in a Hawaiian shirt played
Jimmy Buffet and James Taylor
on a silk-smooth guitar.
Then we made our way
down to the beach, thankful for
the extra hour of sunlight even
though it just about kills us the
day we push our clocks for-
ward. By the time we made it
back the sun was poised just a
few degrees above the horizon,
so we joined the assembled
crowd to watch the final 10
minutes of sunset.
Gradually the noisy chatter
subsided. We all knew what
was coming, yet it caught our
breath nonetheless. The red
ball of fire, speeding up at the
end of its path so that we could
easily measure its motion
against the thin line of horizon,
seemed to pause for a minute
after clearing the last lucent
bank of clouds. The sun hung
there momentarily, an unbro-
ken sphere, posing for the
cameras in confident glory
before plunging gracefully into


the western reaches of the Gulf
of Mexico.
The silence was complete. A
chill rolled in from the water.
And the last segment of
radiance disappeared to an
enthusiastic round of applause
from the congregation gath-
ered on the sand.
Author Philip Yancey
describes his response to such
a moment this way: "I began to
seek the giver; full of gratitude,
I needed someone to thank."

This week much of the world
will pause in a kind of horrified
fascination to observe another
emblem of life disappear into
darkness via the heartbreaking
passion of Gethsemane, a
midnight trial, and torturous
death on a criminal's cross.
The Son set that day. The life
of a good man Jesus of
Nazareth cut short amidst a
violent maelstrom of events
that set the will of love in direct
opposition to the brutal and
ongoing holocaust of evil.
Last week one reader made
the following observation,
"Personally I believe Mr. Maul
is not [a] disinterested third
party ... I think this opinion to
be way out of bounds, where it
should have been kept."
Newsflash, this "opinion"
columnist is never disinter-
ested. That's what makes it an
opinion. Unbiased? I don't
think so. Neutral or impartial?
Not likely. I believe you all
know where I stand regarding
many significant and potenti-
ally controversial topics.
The particular stand this
reader objected to was my
position vis-a-vis the pressing
need humanity owns to make
reconciliation with our Creator.
Why would I equivocate
regarding something so
What I will concede is the

truth that I more often find
myself lost in wonder than
flush with answers. There is
much that remains a mystery
to me, and I should always
maintain the posture of life-
long learner. Assurance may be
winsome, but arrogance is
unbecoming to faith.
Back in 1st century Jerusa-
lem, Peter and John put their
finger on the heart of things
when t\ey responded to similar
criticism: "Whether it is right in
God's sight to listen to you
rather than to God, you must
judge. But there's nothing else
we can do. We cannot keep
from speaking about what we
have seen and heard." Acts 4:
So I will always be honest
with you. I own up to my joys,
my doubts, my faith, my fears
and my inadequacies. I'll go on
about beautiful sunsets in the
Gulf and share my confidence
that we will see morning after
every night. But I'll write about
Easter, too, and I'll talk about
the complete victory of love
over death. Because I cannot
keep from speaking about what
I have seen and what I have

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

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protesters must
accept law of land
I went through downtown
Plant City April 10 at about 10:
45 a.m. and as I passed by city
hall I was caught aback by the
sight of about 200 people
demonstrating and protesting
for "immigration rights."
I stopped a short distance
away to contemplate what I
was seeing. I saw people, who
are most likely persons that
are in this country illegally,
waving signs mostly in a
language that I cannot read.
They were making speeches
over loudspeakers in a
language that I cannot
understand. Yes, there were a
couple of American flags
there, but the majority were
flags of another country being
waved proudly.
I saw patriotism and
nationalism but it was not for
or of America.
I saw a people that want the
benefits of America but are
not willing to submit them-
selves to the rule of current
immigration law and even
though here illegally feel they
are safe and have a right to
force change in our immigra-
tion law and take benefit and
citizenship as if they have a
"right" to do so.
It did not appear that they
wanted to assimilate into
American society as legal
residents, but said simply that
"I am here and there is
nothing you can do. I will take

benefit and I will not leave."
There was a sign held that
was written in English that
said "I am not a bad person, I
am not a criminal, I want to
work." I say to that sign bearer
you will be welcome when
you submit to the law of the
There are avenues for legal
immigration. I know it is not
the easiest thing in the land to
accomplish. It was not
designed to be. I do not fault
individuals that want to better
themselves but when doing so
you must be willing and
submit yourself to the law of
the land, immigrate legally,
learn the language of the land,
and assimilate into the new
society you now claim as
You must be a contributor
and not simply a taker of
benefits. You have every right
to retain your cultural heri-
tage but you cannot remain a
national and place your
allegiance elsewhere. You
must be an American.
You must love America and
your allegiance must lie with
her and no other. You must
speak her language. You must
comply with her laws. Only
then can you truly be a citizen
of "the land of the free and
the home of the brave."
There is a song that says,
"God bless America, my home
sweet home." It can be yours
also. Simply come as the law
allows and submit to its rule
and you will be welcomed. I
pray that our Lord will grant
great wisdom and under-

standing to our legislatures
and those iffpower to pass
and enforce laws that will
protect America and its
citizens while allowing those
that immigrate legally to also
become productive members
of this society. May God grant
us the ability to properly
govern ourselves and enforce
our laws.
J.T. Sims Jr.
Plant City

City can counteract
church influence
I find it interesting that
much is being written
regarding the Church of
Scientology moving into Plant
City, and with same-sex
marriages, abortion and other.
liberal thinking evolving, I am
not surprised.
You do not have to be a
theologian to understand the
creation of this magnificent
universe wasn't accomplished
at a recognized university
such as M.I.T. This didn't just
happen and it has to be
accepted by faith and a little
bit of common sense, and if
you actually believe this, then
you should also believe the
rest of the story in the Bible.
Yes, the people of Plant City
and its churches can counter-
act the beliefs and teachings
of John Travolta, Tom Cruise
and the Church of Sciento-
logy itself.
James T. Pollock
Plant City


Is Illegal Immigration

Akin To Slavery?
Isn't the use of illegal aliens in the United States a form
of slavery?
Aren't we arguing the merits of such indebted servitude
for purely economic reasons?
Short-term thinking on this subject can lead to ruin for
this country. Can't we see history repeating itself?
It is time for politicians in
*the United States to look at
i, the long-term effects of our
current economic plan. But
-they won't; unless we the
,-, -,- people make them.
Sf Allowing an estimated 11
Is'. th ue million people to illegally
f "a e w inhabit space in our
country, with more than a
S" million new faces pouring
S., across our borders annu-
Rally, is a formula for doom.
GEORGE H. Someone, somewhere, has
NEWMAN to take the bull by the horns
SA nand say, "Stop this mad-
And the argument that our economy depends on cheap
labor has to be thrown out as selfishly destructive.
It seems that no one will face the truth. Seldom do you
hear anyone compare illegal alien labor in the United
States to a form of voluntary slavery. Seldom do we ever
consider the unbelievably low wages paid to workers in
Third World countries as slave wages. But I think it is
Taking advantage of the poor, simply to extract their
labor, with no plan to take responsibility for their existence
in this society is slavery, pure and simple.
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Tindle Takes 'Kid of the Week'Honor


When a 7-year-old boy who
loves soccer and flag football
gives up spring break to help
his "nannie" through a rough
time, he must be pretty special
Betty Sue Wiggins recently
had a total knee replacement
and her grandson Jonathan
Tindle decided to spend his
break helping her with daily
therapy -walking and
exercising. He took her for
walks and helped record how
many laps she made with the
walker. He even took the
phone along in case they ran
into trouble.
Jonathan's mom, Brenda,
was so proud of her son, she
nominated him for 99.5
WQYK's "Kid of the Week," an
honor for kids who go above
and beyond to help people.
Though Jonathan was
surprised, it was no surprise
to his family when the
producer of the radio show
called and said their son had
been chosen for the honor.
Jonathan, currently a
student at Jackson Elemen-
tary, has been accepted to the
Lincoln Gifted Technology
School for next year.
Other grandparents include
Audrey Tindle and Rodney
and Ginny Tindle. They all
think Jonathan is one special
kid. I agree.

Well done, Charlotte
Happy second retirement,
Charlotte Britt. Charlotte is
the friendly hostess you see at
the Market Restaurant every
morning. She's been there
seven years, and it's not her
first retirement. In 1982, she
retired with 33 years service to
the Hillsborough County
school system as the supervi-
sor of bus drivers.
Born right here in Plant

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City, she plans to stay at
home, keep busy and help
entertain her great-grand-
daughter, Rylee. Best wishes, .

Stage calls Trevino
Congratulations to Triana
Trevino on landing a part in
the Hillsborough Community
College production of
Triana will play a Korean
girl. Actually, Triana was
recruited by the producer of
the play, and it will be her first
acting job. She said she's a
little nervous, but I think she
will do just fine, and might
even love it.

Nasets celebrate 56
years of marriage
Their delicious chicken
recipe may be a secret, but it's
no secret that Bill and Beverly
Naset of Plant City celebrated
their 56th wedding anniver-
sary April 9.
These Watertown, Wis.,
high school sweethearts and
king and queen of their senior
class moved to Plant City in
1957. Bill taught math at Plant
City High School.
Bill and Beverly have been
the proud owners of Plant
City's Maryland Fried Chicken
for 37 years.
Family members on hand

Photo counes% of Naset lar
to celebrate the anniversary -.
included sons Craig of -.
Moreno Valley, Calif., Mark of
Plant City, daughters Kim IV.
.McElveen of Plant City and X .".m -
Tavia Cowell of Dover. There cl .
were also eight grandchildren .
and two great-grandchildren 'j
at the party. God bless you all. ,..,

Randy Valdez returns
from trip
Randy Valdez, son of
dentist Randy Valdez, just
returned from an 11-day
Hillsborough Community
College-sponsored educa-
tional trip to Thailand, along
with Alex Therrien.
Upon returning, they partic-
ipated in a volunteer project
with the Plant City Recreation
and Parks Department. Randy,
Mike Evans and Alex Therrien
assisted in landscaping the
new Plant City Tennis Center,
and alsb helped park cars at
the center's recent grand

Reunions around corner
There have been some
interesting reunions taking
'place recently, including the
Glover School's first-grade Class
of 1941. Class member Bertha
Ingram says you did not have to
present your birth certificate to
prove your age back in 1941,
you only had to ask Mother

Above, Jonathan Tindle was
'of the Week" for helping his'

grandmother out. At left, Bill
and Beverly Naset, owners of
Maryland Fried Chicken,
recently celebrated 56 years
of marriage.

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Photo courtesy ol Randy \ ade.
Above, on hand for the
opening of the Plant City
Tennis Center were Randy
Valdez, left, Mayor John
Dicks, Mike Evans and Alex
Therrien. At left, Charlotte
Britt is planning her second

Beuellah, a Bealsville midwife.
She knew everyone's age.
I was also recently invited to
the 70th reunion of the 1914
High School Class of 1936 by
one of its members, Doris
Howze, who still enjoys rides
on her friend Guy Clausen's
new BMW motorcycle.
I'll be sharing these reun-

ions next week and more.

Have a birthday or family
event you would like to see in
Betty's column? Send items to
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St, Plant City, FL 33566.


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

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

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club
seeks used eyeglasses and
hearing aids.
The club collects the items
for distribution to needy
people in Florida and other
To donate, place the items in.
a "Lions Recycle for Sight" col-
lection bin at the following

locations: the office of Drs.
Humphrey and Maggard,
Strong Optical, 800 Optical,
Wal-Mart Optical, the office of
Dr. Kulyk, Publix, Kash n' Karry
on Alexander Street and the
Meadows at Countrywood.

Pregnancy Care Center
The Pregnancy Care Center
of Plant City, 304 N. Collins St.,
offers free pregnancy tests,
information and confidential
support. The center is open
weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.Volunteers are needed.
Call: 759-0886.

Consumer complaints
The Hillsborough County

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

Aging Services wants
to hear from public
Whether it's a compliment
or a concern, Hillsborough
County's Aging Services
Department wants to hear
from you.
In an ongoing effort to pro-
vide quality and efficient serv-
ices, Aging Services has
implemented a new Customer
Care Line.
The Customer Care Line is
open Monday Friday, 8 a.m.
- 5 p.m. at 272-5242, and both
English and Spanish speakers
are available.
After hours customers can
leave a voicemail and the mes-

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The following births were
reported recently at Brandon
Regional Hospital:
Feb. 3
A son, Tyler Allen Rowe, to
Crystal and Wayne Rowe of
Plant City.
Feb. 10
A son, Tyler Douglas John-
son, to Brandy and Roy L.
Johnson of Plant City.
Feb. 15
A daughter, Malayna Anne
Dean, to Kerry and Bryan
Dean of Plant City.
A son, Jacob Cannin Collera,
to Vicki and Timothy Collera
of Plant City.
Feb. 16
A daughter, Victoria Dawn
Smith, to Jessica and William
Smith of Plant City.
Feb. 23
A son, Maximus Steele Solo-
mon, to Tina and Mikel Solo-
mon of Plant City.
Feb. 27
A son, Max Anthony Monte,
to Kara and Michael Monte of
Plant City.
March 4
A daughter, Hailey Nicole
Quigley, to Alicia and David
Quigley of Plant City.
A daughter, Shayna Marie
Fisher, to Theresa and Shane
Fisher of Plant City.
March 7
A son, Jameson Buchanan
Souza, to April Buchanan and
James Souza of Plant City.

Continued From Page 4
sloping sides.
The open design would
allow residents in the area to
use the site as a park. Recrea-
tional usage was also encour-
aged by the construction of a
.62-mile sidewalk that circles
the pond. Fountains, under-
ground irrigation, decorative
lighting and landscaping
enhances the neighborhood
the park was built in.
The council brochure states
the park "assists in the control
and cleansing of stormwater
runoff benefiting the east
county water supply and has
become a recreational attrac-

South Florida Baptist Hospital
Feb. 7
A daughter, Odalys Y. Guil-
len, to Gloria Espinoza and
Jesus A. Guillen of Plant City.
Feb. 9
A daughter, Gabriela V.
Nieves, to Mayra and Joniel
Nieves of Plant City.
Feb. 11
A son, Jordan M. Rushing, to
Amanda Rushing of Plant
Feb. 15
A son, Dondric L. Piereira to
Dondria Piereira of Plant City.
Feb. 16
A son, Nathaniel K. Benson,
to Brooke and Russell Benson
of Plant City.
Feb. 17
A son, Avalon K. Holly, to
Rayshee Jackson and Avalon
Holly of Plant City.
Feb. 20
A son, Michael T. Villorin, to
Melissa Trout and Johny Villo-
rin of Plant City.
A daughter, McKenzie V.
Cummings, to Shelly and
Doug Cummings of Plant
Feb. 22
A son, Carter N. Larsen, to
Christy and Paul Larsen of
Plant City.
A daughter, Vivian E. M.
Morrison, to Elizabeth Wojcie-
chowicz of Plant City.
See BIRTHS, Page 21

tion for the entire region."
The newly named Michael
S. Sparkman Police Center,
which opened earlier this year,
was purchased for $3 million
and the city spent another $7
million to convert the property
into the police headquarters, a
fleet maintenance garage and
a building maintenance
"The project was accom-
plished at a savings of $14
million, as compared to the
cost of ground up
construction," the council rec-
ognition states.

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Sunday School for All Ages
Surida', at 9 0C"' a.m
Sunday Worship Services
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7:00 p.rm. Tenebrae Worship
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Catholic Church

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"Celebrating the Resurrection of
Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday"

Easter Schedule

Holy Saturday, April 15

11:30 AM Blessing of Easter Food and Baskets
No Confessionson this day
8:15 PM Easter Vigil
(The Vigil will last approximately two and a half hours
and will be followed by a reception for
our new Catholic Christians)

Easter Sunday Masses. April 16

6:00 AM Sunrise Mass, English
(Please bring a lawn chair and gather in front
of the Education Building)
10:30 AM & 12:15 PM, English
8:30 AM & 7:00 PM, Spanish

St. Clement is located at
1104 N. Alexander Street, Plant Cir\ (off1-4. Exit 21)
(813) 752-8251

4-Year-Old Girl Loses Fight To Cance

Ashton Bass, the 4-year-old
daughter of Plant City Police
officer Russell Bass and his
wife, April, died April 8 after a
year-long fight with a rare
form of cancer.
The "little girl with a big
heart" died at home with her
family by her side.
Visitation was April 12 from

10 to 11 a.m. at First Baptist
Church in Plant City. the
funeral service was at the
church at 11 a.m.
She is buried at Hopewell
During her illness, which
was diagnosed last April 20,
the Bass family has received a
lot of community support.
Police department employees,
financial contributions from
the general public, private
donations and several fund-
raisers helped to support the
Bass family during Ashton's

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A fundraising flyer for Ashton Bass shows the 4-year-old
daughter of Plant City Police officer Russell Bass and his
April. She died at home April 8.

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Bill was born in Savannah,
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Don Corzine Plant City Community
Church of the Nazarene

Pastor Don Corzine is an
easygoing man with a subtle
sense of humor. He has been
leading Plant Cirv's Church
of the Nazarene. 2402 Mud
Lake Road, foi almost six
years. His congregation.
Wagner Memorial. recently
munrged with the Southland
Community Church of Lake-
land. The new congregation
is known as Plant City Com-
munity Church of the Naza-
"W\e're a holiness church."
he said "'We recognize you
have to die to yourself to live
for God."

Q: Where were you born
and raised?
A: I was born in Kankakee,
111., in 1960. It's an Indian
name probably means
cantankerous or something.
Then in fifth grade my dad
became a pastor. I spent my
teen years in Fortville, Ind.
The town motto was 1.600
Happy souls and one

Q: Did you always want to
be a minister?
A: No. I thought I'd go into
corporate work. God started
talking to me my junior year
at Olivet Nazarene College. I
said I was willing, but then it
became clear he actually
wanted me to change some

Q: Summarize your
A. I worked as a youth
pastor for one year in Indi-
ana. After seminary, I moved
to Spring Hill, then 10 years
later we arrived in Plant

Q: Why Florida'?
A: When my dad was
called to the ministry, he
took a church in Illinois.
Apparently I said. "Dad if
we're going to have to move
why can't we take a church
in Florida?"

Q: Is your Dad still a
A: He's on staff here. I
brought him on board just a
couple of months after we
cane. He's retired but has a
background in accounting.

Pastor Don Corzine of Plant
City's Church of the
Nazarene grew up in the
Midwest, but loves Plant
City's rural feel. "This has a
small-town feel but it's very
much progressive," Corzine

He helps administratively
and works with senior

Q: Talk about your family.
A. I married Rende Hil-
dreth in 1985. Her major was
in Christian education. In
Spring Hill, she developed
and ran our preschool, and
here she's started a career in
real estate. We had our four
children at our first church -
Andrea (16), Brianna (14).
Christina i12) and Diana
(10). Are you noticing a pat-
tern? We decided not to go
to Elvira.

Q: What floats your boat
about Plant City?
A: I grew up in the rural
Midwest. This has a small-
town feel hut it's very much
progressive. A rural feel with
an urban drive. There's a lot
of energy here, and the
people are so fried ndly. Good

Q: Define a Chrisdan
A: I thinkit's always manly
to recognize anything that
has meaning and to cut to
what's important. That's
what a man does: that's
what a man is supposed to
do. A real man needs to
know what his relationship
See SPIRIT, Page 18


David T. Dunford, 35, of
Plant City died March 25.
He was born in Miami and
moved here from Fort Myers
12 years ago.
He served in the U.S. Army
and worked as a sales clerk.
He is survived by four sis-
ters, Judy, Jacque, Georgia and
Wells Memorial Funeral

John E. Hancock, 84, of
Plant City died March 28.
He was born in Winter
Haven and retired from AMAX
He was a member of the
Plant City Church of God and
was a member of Olin S.
Wright Masonic Lodge No. 79
since 1953, where he served as
master in 1963 and acting
lodge chaplain since 1994. He
also was a York Rite Mason.
He is survived by his wife,
Laverne; two sons, Dale and
Daryl; a daughter, Michele;
three brothers, Wayne, Robert
and Joel; two sisters, Francis
Scott and Alice Hall; and three
Hillsborough Memorial
Funeral Home, Brandon.

Patricia Sweeten, 47, of
Plant City died March 30.
She was born in Salem, N.J.,
and moved here from Naples a
year ago.
She was an elementary
school art teacher for Collier
County and worked as
manager of the Villa Made-

liene Resort in St. Croix, U.S.
Virgin Islands.
She received her teaching
degree from the University of
Delaware, and her law degree
from Rutgers University. She
was a member of the Ameri-
can Bar Association, New
Jersey Bar and U.S. Virgin
Island Bar.
She is survived by her
husband, Gregory Roncari;
her parents, Clifford and June
of New Jersey; a brother,
Michael of New Jersey; a sister,
Bridget Hardt of Plant City;
and five nephews and nieces.
Haught Funeral Home.

Leon T. Swilley, 79, of Dover
died March 31.
He was a lifelong resident of
Dover and was a U.S. Navy
veteran of World War II.
He was a railroad conductor
and was a member of Hills-
borough Lodge No. 25 of the
Free and Accepted Masons,
and Egypt Shrine of Tampa.
He is survived by his wife,
Mary; a son, Bruce L. of Lake-
land; a daughter, Linda Smith
of Dover; two grandchildren;
and a great-granddaughter.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Arnold "Ken" Williams, 69,
of Dover died April 1.
He was born in Anson, N.C.,
and was a truck driver and
security guard.
He was a member of Olin S.
Wright Lodge No. 79; York Rite
of Plant City; Mecca Lodge No.
407 of Florence, S.C.; Scottish
Rite in Columbia, S.C.; Egypt

Shrine in Tampa; Omar Shrine
of Mount Pleasant, S.C.; Veter-
ans of Foreign Wars Post 4590
in Plant City; and the Ameri-
can Legion Post 0148 in River-
He is survived by his wife,
Maureen; a son, Arnold of
North Carolina; three
stepsons, Anthony Boles,
Ernest Barnes and Marty
Barnes; two stepdaughters,
Wanda Hough and Rhonda
Grogg; two sisters, Margaret
Hare of South Carolina and
Lorene Randle of North Caro-
lina; 10 grandchildren; 12
great-grandchildren; and a
Wells Memorial Funeral

Virginia Jordan Hull, 81, of
Plant City died April 1.
She was born in Lakeland
and was a lifelong resident of
Plant City.
She was a bank teller and
member and past president of
Hillsborough Historical Soci-
ety where she served as presi-
dent for two years.
She was a past officer of the
local chapter of Daughters of
the American Revolution, and
a member of Daughters of the
American Confederacy and
United Daughters of the Con-
She was a member of First
Baptist Church of Dover.
She is survived by two
daughters, Tabitha H. Stal-
naker of Plant City and Leslie
V. Hull; two grandchildren;
and a great-granddaughter.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


Easter services.
First Thonotosassa Mis-
sionary Baptist Church, 10650
McIntosh Road, plans an
Easter sunrise service April 16
at 7 a.m. Breakfast will follow
in the fellowship hall. There
will no 11 a.m. service. Call:

Lord of Life calendar
The following events are
planned at Lord Of Life Evan-
gelical Lutheran Church, 2104
Mud Lake Road.
A special service in observ-
ance of Maundy Thursday at 7
Good Friday, April 14, the
sanctuary will open at 6 p.m.
for meditation. The Praise

Team will offer music at 6:45
with a "Service of Shadows,"
including the extinguishing of
lights and contemporary
Easter Sunday, April 16, a
contemporaryworship service
is set for 8:30 a.m. with an Eas-
ter breakfast at 9:30 and a
traditional worship service at
There will be no Christian
education classes April 16.
Call: 752-6064, weekdays
between 1 and 5 p.m.

Holy Week services at Hope
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 N. Park Road, offers the
following services during Holy

Maundy Thursday, April
13: worship service at 7 p.m.
followed by the traditional
stripping of the altar in prep-
aration for Good Friday.
Good Friday, April 14:
worship at 7 p.m. The
traditional service of Tene-
brae, a service of darkness and
shadows. The service gradu-
ally progresses from light to
Easter Sunday, April 16:
special sunrise celebration at
7 a.m. followed by an Easter
breakfast hosted by Hope's
Elders Ministry Team. A
special children's egg hunt
and "Easter Egg-Stravaganza"
follows at 9:30. An Easter festi-
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Children's festival
More than 1,000 children showed
up for the 24th annual Children's
Fun Festival April 1 at Hills-
borough Community College's
Plant City campus, 1206 N. Park
Road. Left, Devon Carter looks
into one of the children's games
at the festival. The event fea-
tured free food, drinks and
entertainment and was spon-
sored by the Arts Council of Plant
City, Junior Art League and Ms.
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First Presbyterian Students Reach Out To Soldiers

Staff Report
Each year, the 3-year-old
classes at First Presbyterian
Learning Center select a
community project. Usually,
it's close to home, but this
year's project reached half-
way across the globe to sol-
diers at Camp Phoenix in
With the assistance of U.S.
Army Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Demp-
sey, father of student Ashlynn
Dempsey, parents, grandpar-
ents and teachers at the
school collected more than
200 items for troops and
mailed them to Iraq.
Lt. Olin Stephens, father of
3-year-old Mary Catherine
Stephens, serves at Camp
Phoenix along with Staff Sgt.
Raul Ramirez.
"It has been an excellent
opportunity to teach our
children about serving others
and how special the dads and
moms are who serve and
protect our country as well as
families in other countries,"
said teacher Linda Morton.
"Our children need to
understand why Mary Cath-
erine's daddy is so far from
home and why we need to
send him supplies."
Morton has been-in con-
tact with Ramirez through e-
mail. Ramirez has helped
educate the class about living
conditions in Iraq.
The Plant Gity Junior
Woman's Club donated $500
for mailing costs and phone
cards. Club president Jodi
Smith and second vice presi-
dent Sherid Dusse were on
hand to help pack the sup-
plies last month. Dentist Trey
Walding also donated dental
care items.

Helping pack up boxes for soldiers
serving in Iraq are Mary Catherine
Stephens, left, Jade Weyand, Ashlynn
Dempsey, Cole Cothern, Sarah Dusse,
Joey Morgan, Jodi Smith and Sheri Dusse.
At left, three classes of 3-year-olds, six
teachers at First Presbyterian Learning
Center and the Plant City Junior Woman's
Club all pitched in to help pay for and
send the packages overseas.

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Strawberry Festival Contest Winners


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

Lamb Show
The Lamb Breed Show was
March 6-7. FFA and youth
agricultural organization
members 6 and older partici-
The winners were:
Grand champion, black
face ewe: Caleb Smith.
Reserve champion, black
face ewe: Currie Dickerson.
Grand champion, black
face ram: Caleb Smith.
Grand champion, white
face ewe: Marcus Farmer.
Reserve champion, white
face ewe: Caleb Smith.
Grand champion, white
face ram: Amanda Squitieri.
Reserve champion, white
face ram: Tiffany Parrish.
Grand champion, speck-
led face ewe: Josh Cribbs.
Reserve champion,
speckled face ewe: Erin Zim-
Grand champion, speck-
led face ram: Chad Hibbens
Reserve champion,
speckled face ram: Erin Zim-
lumping contest, long-
leg division: first place,
Morgan Sistrunk; second
place, Caleb Smith; third
place. Kennedy Dean.;
Jumping contest, short--
legdivision: first place, Ashley
Dixon; second place, Tiffany
Lane & Darby Hasting; third
place, Staci Reed.
Showmanship, senior
division: first place, Josh
Cribbs; second place, Ashley
Dixon; third place, Staci Reed.
Showmanship, interme-
diate division: first place,
Melanie Sexton; second place,
Allison Thomas, Morgan Sis-
Showmanship, junior
division: first place. Darby
Fasting; second place, Jessica
Squitieri; third place, Kendall
Reed & Ethan Sistrunk.
SBlack-face division, early-
spring ewes: first place,
Morgan Sistrunk; second
place Kennedy Dean.
Black-face division, late-
spring ewes: first place, Brit-
tany Coleman; second place,;
Morgan Sistrunk; third place,
Jesse Coleman; fourth place,
Amanda Squitieri. *:
Black-face division, 2-
year-old ewes: first place,
Caleb Smith; second place,
Brittany Coleman; third place,
Jesse Coleman; fourth place,
Mahaley Smith; fifth place,.
Kennedy Dean.
Black-face division, aged
ewes: first place, Currie Dick-
erson; second place, Caitlin
Cribbs; third place, David
Black-face division,
spring rams: first place, Caleb
*White-face division, early-
spring ewes: first place, Caleb
Smith; second place, Shawna

Photo courtesy of Florida Srawberry Festival
Lauren Der ofJ. G. Smith FFA, the Florida Strawberry Festival's
2006 Steer Grand Champion with Jim Jeffries, chairman of the

steer show.

White-face division, late-
spring ewes: first place, Ken-
dall Reed; second place,
Allison Thomas; third place,
Ashley Dixon; fourth place,
Savannah Hagen; fifth place,
Matthew Farmer.
White-face division, 2-
year-old ewes: first place,
Marcus Farmer; second place,
Erin Zimmermann; third
place, Melanie Sexton; fourth
place, Jessica Squitieri; fifth
place, Amanda Squitieri; sixth
place, Staci Reed; seventh
place, Tiffany Lane; eighth
place, David Squiieri.
Aged ewes, heat 1: first
place, Kendall Burnette;
second place, Erin Zimmer-
mann; Jessica Squitieri; third
place, Nicole Chapman;
fourth place, David Squitieri;
fifth place, Matthew Farmer;
sixth place, Ashley Dixon.
Aged ewes, heat 2: first
place, Ethan Sistrunk; second
place, Kelin Try; third place,
Amanda Squitieri; fourth
place, Ashley Leonard; fifth
place, Darby Hasting.
Finals, aged ewes: first
place, Kendall Burnette;
second place Ethan Sistrunk;
third place, Kelin Try; fourth
place, Erin Zimmermann.
Spring rams: first place,
Tiffany Parrish; second place,
Staci Reed; third place, Maha-
ley Smith.
Aged rams: first place,
Amanda Squitieri.
Speckled-face division,
early-spring ewes: first place,
Kelin Try.
Speckled-face division,
late-spring ewes: first place,
Savannah Hagen; second
place, Matthew Farmer.
Speckled-face division,

aged ewes: first place, Josh
Cribbs; second place, Erin
Zimmermann: third place,
Chad Hibbens.
Speckled-face division,
spring rams: first place, Erin
Speckled-face division,
aged rams: first place, Chad
Costume contest, best
overall: first place Kelin Try;
second place, David Squitieri;
third place, Ashley Dixon.
Costume contest, most
original: first place, Tiffany
Lane; second place, Matthew
Farmer; third place, Ashley
Costume contest, funni-
est: first place, Erin Zimmer-
mann; second place, Currie
Dickerson; third place,
Morgan Sistrunk; fourth place,
Kendall Reed,.
Costume contest, most
colorful: first place, Jessica
Squitieri; second place, Brit-
tany Coleman; third place,
Savannah Hagen; fourth
place, Kennedy Dean.
Costume contest, most
creative: first place, Allison
Thomas; second place, Darby
Hasting; third place, Jesse
Coleman; fourth place, Chad
Costume contest, most
elegant: first place, Amanda
Squitieri; second place, Mela-
nie Sexton; third place, Nicole

Rabbit Show
The Youth Rabbit Show was
March 2-8.
The winners were:
Grand champion: Marcy
Reserve grand champion:
Marissa Navarro.

$7 premiums: Kyle Austin,
Michelle Chancey, Reanna
Ciccarello, Brittany Coleman,
Jesse Coleman, Tiffany Cole-
man, Olivia Combs, Kristen
Coonts, Amanda Covington,
Meredith Delcastillo, Jacob
Doyen, Mary Kate Doyen, Ben
Gersten, Brandon Hastings,
Kassi Hastings, James Hill-
yard, Anna Hoffmann, Carissa
Hoffmann, Kara Hoffmann,
Melody Hoffmann, Jamie
Huff, Amy Hunt, Emily
Kenyon, David Mangrum,
Caitlyn Millard, Jerry Miller,
Sarah Miller, Montana Mullis,
Marissa Navarro, Benjamin
Newsome, Miles Newsome,
Travis Nowlin, Tiffany Parish,
Sherrie Satmary, Marcy Scar-
dino, Tim Taylor, Stephanie
Theiss, Allison Thomas, Sarah
Wetherington and Steven
$6 premiums: Chad Bol-
ling, Kristen Coonts, Ashley
Dixon, Kayla Faulk, Cassidy
Hasting, Darby Hasting, Anna
Hoffmann, Jamie Huff, Lind-
sey Laycock, Caitlyn Millard,
Marissa Navarro, Tiffany
Sharp, Lisa Smith and Brittany

Festival exhibits
There were about 350
exhibits and concessions on
display during the festival cov-
ering everything from food to
arts and crafts. Awards are
given for commercial exhibits,
civic club concessions, agri-
culture exhibits, arts and
crafts exhibits and educational
e\exhibits. Each category is
judged differently by three
people who do not live in
Hillsborough County.
The winners were:
Arts and crafts: first place,
Village Glassblower: second
place, Dough Art Original;
third place, Dinwoodie Metal.
Educational exhibits: first
place, Hillsborough County
School District; second place,
Hillsborough County 4-H
Council; third place, Hills-
borough County Community
Civic clubs: first place, St.
Clements shortcake; second
place, Turkey Creek shortcake;
third place, Plant City Lions
Agricultural exhibits: first
place, Parkesdale Farms;?
second place, Parkesdale
Green House; third place,
Brandon Farms.
Commercial exhibits: first
place, Sisters & Company,
second place, Tip To Toe;
third place, Simply Country.
Outside concessions: first.
place, Jaam's Concessions;
second place, Rutana Conces-
sions; third place, Brandon

Open Youth Craft,
The Open Youth Craft and
Baking competition consisted
of 11 categories, but only 10
with grand champions..
The winners were:
Baking: Chloe Conaghan,
Grace Denhoff, Michael Garri-
son, Ashlyn Gerbasi, Laura
Hale, Kyndle Hampton, David
Hilbrands, Mary McAnnally,
Ashley McMath, Nativity
Catholic second grade class,
Hollis Prange, Gabriel Rich-
ards, Courtney Sizemore,

Evelyn Tapia, Audrey Walters
and Samantha Williamson.
Cake decorating: Eliza-
beth Lange.
Child development: Lind-
sey Cunningham and Joanna
Cookie jar contest:
Amanda Squitieri.
Crafts: Shannon Cunning-
ham, Ashley Gerbasi, Benja-
min Hilbrands, Desiree
McFadden, Amanda Parke,
McKinzie Perrault, Pat Rutzke,
Pat Rutzke, Tiffany Sanchez
and Amanda Williamson.
Food preservation: Brooke
Models and collections:
Christian August, Jared Blood-
worth, Rayna DeReus, Brandi
Kohr, Devon Parke and Jordan
Needlework: Julia Chew.
McAnnally and Yancey Ray.
Sewing: Julia Chew,
Maegan Ewing and Chelsea

Steer show
The Florida Strawberry Fes-
tival Steer Show was March 8.
The winners were:
Grand champion: Lauren
Der, J.G. Smith FFA.
Reserve grand champion:
Marshall Sewell, Durant Sr.
Class I: first place, Hailey
McKee; second place, Kelli
Hamilton; third place, Jacob
Wyatt; fourth place, Forest
Allen; fifth place, Gaston Har-
rell; sixth place, .Amanda
Sparkman; seventh place, Vic-
toria McColister; eighth place,
Johnathan Lewis; ninth place,
Garbrielle Burgin; 10th place,
Kelsey Bridges.
Class II: first place, MNaha-
ley Smith; second place. Rich-
elle Miller; third place, Erin
Zimmerman; fourth place,
Austin Salter; fifth place,
Amber Martin; sixth place,
Courtney St. Amant; seventh
place, Doug Riley; ,eighth
place, Kendra Roberts; ninth
place, Jessica Carter; 10th
place, Staci Clark.
Class III: first place,
Megan Shelley; second place,
Jarrod Burnette; third place,
Courtney Sizemore; fourth
place, Courtney Kabrich; fifth
place, Melissa Miller; sixth
place, Shane Sikes; seventh
place, Melissa Larsen; eighth
place, Caitlyn Wilson; ninth
place, Colton Hinson; 10th
place, Caitlin Zimmerman.
Class IV: first place, Lauren
Der; second place, Justin
Newsome; third place, Caitlin
Cribbs; fourth place, Vanessa
Sparkman; fifth place, Mitch-
ell Varnum; sixth place, Kayla
Blake; seventh place, Kelsey
Hough; eighth place, Daniel
Ballard; ninth place, Jared
Howe; 10th place, Khristina
Class V: first place, Katie
Tindle; second place, Jordan
Butts; third place, Jacob Hare;
fourth place, Jacob Ramsey;
fifth place, Emily Hoy; sixth
place, Amy Lawhorn; seventh
place, Curtis Wiggs eighth
place, Kevin Johnson; ninth
place, Arielle Rollyson; 10th
place, Justin Himes.
Class VI: first place,
Marshal Sewell; second place,
Brooke Wamock; third place,
See WINNERS, Page 21

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Kingdoms Collide At Church Event


Wi 2 StaffReport
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showing off their best slams and "
dives, Church on the Rock, 301 E. :
Alsobrook St., was no place for .
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4 <aa^. the show began. So we had 25 big,
strong guys, some already in their
outfits, crammed into our Bible
study room. It was very powerful for
me to see all these guys some
Christian and some not with their ... .
heads bowed wanting prayer." *. .
Howell said the event also said
something about his church.
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or suit here, what color you are or fi
what walk of life you come from.
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that to the people around us," he
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val worship is planned for 10:30.
Call: 752-4622.
In other Hope news:
The church has a new Sunday worship
schedule. The times are: worship at 8 and 10:
30 a.m.; family Bible hour at 9:15 a.m. Classes
are available for ages 3 through adult.
Call: 752-4622.

Church homecoming
First Thonotosassa Missionary Baptist
Church, 10650 McIntosh Road, will host its
154th homecoming April 23. Dinner will follow
the 11 a.m. service in the fellowship hall. A
Southern gospel performance will follow fea-
turing Under Grace from Victory Baptist
Church of Brandon. Evening worship will then
follow at 6. Call: 986-4756.

Turkey Creek
First Baptist homecoming
All former pastors and members of Turkey
Creek First Baptist Church are invited to a
homecoming April 30 when Turkey Creek First
Baptist celebrates 131 years.
The Rev. Dwight Brower will be the speaker
for the 10:30 a.m. service. Dinner will follow in
the fellowship hall.

First Baptist offerings
The following events will be offered by First
Baptist Church of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Men's study and prayer group meets Mon-
days at 7 p.m. at BuddyFreddys.
Men's study and prayer group meets Tues-
days at 7 a.m. at Fred's Market Restaurant.
+ Free classes for those who have gone
through a divorce or are facing Sundays from 5
to 6:15 p.m. There also is a class for children
ages 5 to 12 in a divorce situation. There is a
$10 fee for the workbook.
Call: 752-4104.

Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104 W. Cason St.,

offers Sunday school for all ages Sundays at 9
a.m.; Sunday worship services at 10:15 a.m.
and 6 p.m.; and Wednesday night worship at 6:
15. Activities for children and students start at
Call: 752-8345.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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with God is. Men like to see
the fruits of their labors. I built
that; I closed that deal; I made
that happen. The Bible is very
clear that only the things that
are done for God will last for
eternity, and a real man will
focus on those things.
Q: Is there a book you've
enjoyed recently?
A: "Character is Destiny,"
by John McCain. Stories of
several people through history
who made a difference
because of their character.
Q: What's your favorite
A: I've always loved "How
Great Thou Art." Then we've
got a teenager here, the youth
pastor's son, Derek Larson,
who's written some songs that
inspire me.
Q: What is the challenge for
today's church?
A: I guess what it's always
been to introduce people to
God. Get their attention
enough to say, "Could there
possibly be a God who loves
me?" Then step out in faith
into a relationship.
Q: Who would you like to
meet for a two-hour lunch?
A: I'd like to see what's
going on in the mind of that
man who survived the mine
disaster in Tennessee. My
heart goes out to him. Then

Nobel Peace Prize Winner and
pro-democracy leader Aung
Sung Suu Kyi of Burma. I'd
like to talk with her.
Q: What misconception
about Christians would you
like to change?
A: That Christians are
people who are trying to force
others into a mold. The point
of Chlristianity is to introduce
them to a God who loves

Q: What do you do for fun?
A: I love to be with my girls.
Then reading, and I love to
fish. I'm type-A in the church
environment, but I can disen-

Q: Do you have a scripture
for readers?
A: "For I know the plans I
have for you," declares the
Lord, "plans to prosper you
and not to harm you, plans to
give you hope and a future."
Jeremiah 29:11

Q: Are you optimistic?
A: If anyone has a reason to
be optimistic it's Christians.
With God the best is always
yet to come. That's not just a
trite saying, that's the hope
that we have.
Derek Maul

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Get Cracking: Egg Hunts On Horizon



Staff Report
Thousands of youngsters are
expected to join several commu-
nity Easter egg hunts planned in
Plant City this weekend. A few of
the larger events will cater to
almost 1,000 children, with the
city's annual egg hunt leaving out
more than 8,000 eggs.
Among some of the larger events
planned are:

Plant City Easter Egg Hunt
The 17th annual Plant City
Easter Egg Hunt is planned for
April 15 at the Otis M. Andrews
Sports Complex, 2402 E. Cherry St.
The event, which usually draws
almost 1,000 children ages 3 to 11,
will feature more than 8,000 plas-

tic eggs, many with surprises
inside. Special eggs have gift cou-
pons. There will be entertainment
starting at 10 a.m. followed by the
hunt. The event also includes cari-
cature artists, inflatable rides, a
rock wall, trackless train and more,
along with free hot dogs and drinks
for the children ages 3 to 11 (others
pay $1).
Attendees are asked to bring
their own baskets and remember
the hunt is for children only.
A flier is available for download
at www.plantcitygov.com/rec.
Click the Easter Egg Hunt link. You
may contact Stephen Rossiter at
srossiter@plantcitygov.com or call
659-4200, Ext. 4311.

First United
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-

Marie B. Ellis Park
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
Laura and Waters streets. There
will be special guests, prizes and
entertainment. In addition, there
will be free food for needy fami-

Hope Lutheran Church, 2001 N.
Park Road, plans an Easter break-
fast and "Egg-stravaganza" for
children April 16 at 8:30 a.m. Call:

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people were either enslaved or practiced
enslaving others throughout the world.
The Greeks were enslaved by the Romans.
North Mediterranean, Irish and Scandinavian
peoples were enslaved by warring Islamic
nations in the Middle East. North African
Muslims were enslaved by the Portuguese.
Central Africans were enslaved and imported
to the Americas. Native North and South
Americans were enslaved for almost 400
So much that is fundamentally wrong has
occurred in the world, including slavery, it
seems amazing our planet hasn't split down
the middle from what has to be considered, in
hindsight, as sheer stupidity.
Lamenting about tumultuous times and
abhorrent decisions after the fact might be
the ultimate form of crying over spilt milk.
But I can't help but look at today's world, and
particularly here in the United States, and
question just how similarly stupid we are.
Poor decisions made now and decisions that
our political leaders must make in the near
future could ultimately lead us down the road
to real economic and moral disaster.
Our stance and policies on illegal aliens,
and the resolution by American businesses to
use them as cheap labor can certainly be our
downfall as a world economic power. The use
of the disadvantaged as cheap labor, through
poverty or social indifference, is wrong no
matter when or how it takes place.
The enslavement of millions of blacks
brought to the Americas between 1500 and
the mid-1800s is obviously considered in
today's world as fimndamentally immoral and
inhuman. Haven't we learned our lesson?
Don't we know that voluntary slavery, where
people are willing to live illegally for pauper's
wages, is still slavery?

George H. Newman is a reporter for The

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He is the retired owner of Smitty's Body Shop.
He is an artist and plays guitar.
They are active members of Trinity United
Methodist Church.
They have a son, Benny of Plant City; three
daughters, Vicky Lokey of Clearwater, Cindy
Butner of Lithia and Lori Highsmith of Lake-
land; and five grandchildren.

Scott 60th anniversary
Ron and Shirley Scott celebrated their 60th
wedding anniversary Feb. 14 at a party hosted
by their family at their home.
The two were married Feb. 11, 1946, in Royal
Oak, Mich.
The former Shirley L. Crumb was born in
Clawson, Mich., and moved here in 1982.

Ron was born in Dearbome, Mich., and
came here in 1981. He worked at the Branch
They have two sons, Ron C. Jr. of Alpena,
Mich., and Bryan D. of DeWitt; two daughters,
Linda Mischley of Clawson, Mich., and Sharon
G. Miller of Plant City; 17 grandchildren; and 10

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

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Feb. 26
A daughter, Maria G. Santibanez,
to Johana Alday and Alejandro Santi-
benez of Plant City.
March 5
A daughter, Jennifer, to Melissa
Orozco and Sebastian Chable of
March 6
A daughter, Juliet L. Jones, to Sim-
monette Bassett and Samuel Jones of
Plant City.
A son, Michael J. Siebenthal, to
Debbie and Bradley Siebenthal of
Plant City.

A daughter, Genesis M. Smith, to
Melissa L. Nieves and Greg Smith of
Plant City.
March 8
A daughter, Jiselle M. Reyes, to
Beatrice and Jesus Reyes of Plant
Twin daughters, Annjolea and
Annjoliyah Clark, to Felicia Clark of
Plant City.
March 9
A son, Pablo D. Matias, to Luz Gal-
iana and Pablo Matias of Plant City.
March 11
A son, Anthony P. Lee Jr., to Linda
and Anthony Lee of Plant City.
A daughter, Alexa M. Campbell, to
Delana and Corey Campbell of Plant

March 12
A daughter, Hope E. Denhoff, to
Karis and Chris Denhoff of Plant
A daughter, Anijah G. Hunter, to
Kimberly Hunter of Plant City.
March 13
A daughter, Seline Guzman, to
Selene Garnelo and Salvador
Guzman of Plant City.
March 16
A son, Steven D. Jr., to Ashley Fette
and Steven Tice of Plant City.
A daughter, Jaida P. Davis, to Nata-
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March 24
A son, Ryan T. Bentrovato, to
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Michael Maxwell; fourth place, Morgan
Feaster; fifth place, Kyle Kabrich; sixth
place, Danielle Allen; seventh place, Farrah
Donaldson; eighth place, Jyll Highsmith;
ninth place, Darren Turner; 10th place,
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Joshua Cribbs; fourth place, Suzanne Raw-
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Lindsey Laycock; seventh place, Daniel
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place, Caleb Burgin; 10th place, Caitlin
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second place, Megan Layton; third place,
Kendall Burnette; fourth place, Ryan Rice;
fifth place, Jennifer Alex; sixth place, Sara
Beth Newsome; seventh place, Kyle Martin;
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Jordan Newsome; 10th place, Selina
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place, Rusty Hartline; third place, Bryant
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place, Lauren Butts; sixth place, Eric Layton;
seventh place, Lacy Brower eighth place,
Daniel Poppell; ninth place, Sara Driskell;
10th place, Sara Hutchinson.
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place, Jerrod Parker; third place, Blane Wil-
kerson; fourth place, Shaunie Surrency; fifth
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Kabrich, Durant FFA.
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The American Red Cross
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active or retired nurses with
RN or LPN licenses to serve as
Volunteer nurses serve as
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Disaster Action Teams that
operate from five Red Cross
offices in Hillsborough, Pasco
and Pinellas counties: Tampa,
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education, assistance in
obtaining medical care and
medication replacement and
follow-up care to victims of
home fires, hurricanes and
other disasters.
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efforts, Red Cross nurses may
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occupants. In addition, they
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Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville
offers free computer classes
for seniors and children on
Monday and Wednesdays.
Classes cover basic
computer parts and software.
Adult classes are from 10 to 11
a.m. and 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., and
children's classes from 3 to 4:
45 p.m. The school also offers
an evening computer lab for
seniors Wednesdays and Fri-
days from 5 to 6:30.
Call: 737-1352 or 757-6760.

Kids Cafe
The Kids Cafe is offered
Monday through Thursdays
from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Center,
1601 E. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. The Kids Cafe serves
nutritious, hot meals to
school-age children.
Call: 759-9343 or 757-9195.

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

GED classes
The Hillsborough County
School District offers free
adult high school credit and
general educational develop-
ment diploma classes.
Classes are offered at more
than 100 locations and during
flexible day and evening hours
with customized instruction to
meet individual student needs.
Information: 276-5654 or

Blood pressure checks
The Hillsborough County
Department of Aging Services
offers free blood pressure read-
ings for seniors the first Monday
of the month at 10:30 a.m. at
Plant City Senior Center, 1205 S.
Waller St. Call: 757-3824.

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Volunteers are needed for
the American Cancer Society's
Road to Recovery program in
Plant City.
It is a volunteer-based
transportation program that
helps people get to and from
their cancer treatments if they
have no other form of trans-
portation. Volunteers must
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Hillsborough County School
Board, plans a public forum on
education April 27 at 7:30 p.m.
in the new Trinkle Building at
Hillsborough Community Col-
lege, 1206 N. Park Road. Gam-
brell is running for the District
4 seat, which encompasses
Plant City. Call: 763-1889.

Children's Classic
golf tournament
The Children's Classic golf
tournament is planned for
April 28 at 11 a.m. at Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club. A
shotgun start is set for 12:30
p.m. in a four-person scram-
ble format. Participants are
asked to register by April 19.
Call: 754-3707 or 757-1286.

Gospel concert
Florida Baptist singing men
and women will perform April
28 at 7 p.m. at the First Baptist
Church of Plant City's worship
center, 503 N. Palmer St. The
concert will be under the
direction of Terry Williams.
The group is comprised of
ministers of music, their
spouses, children's choir lead-
ers and others. Call: Myrle
Henry, 752-4094.

Garage sale
The Make an Offering Garage
Sale is set for April 29 from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. at First Baptist
Church of Mango, Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Boulevard and
State Road 579. Proceeds will
benefit Derek Jackson and
family. Call: 689-1423.

Bilingual book celebration
"El Dia de los Ninos, El Dia
de los Libros," a bilingual cele-
bration of books, families and
reading is planned at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St., April 29 from 2 to 4
p.m. Information: 757-9215 or

Teen Lock-In
The Plant City Recreation &
Parks Department is hosting a
Teen Lock-In at the Plant City
Family YMCA April 29 from 7
to 11 p.m. The event is for ages
12 to 18. Pizza, sodas and
snacks will be provided. The
event will include four hours
of basketball, volleyball,
indoor soccer, swimming, rac-
quetball and more. Cost: $7
per teen. Information:
www.plantcitygov.com/rec or

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

Kindergarten roundup
Wilson Elementary School,
702 English St., plans a kinder-

garden roundup May 2 at 9:30
a.m. in the cafeteria. Call: 272-

Plant City Community Expo
The Plant City Community
Expo is set for May 4 from 2 to
6 p.m. at the John R. Trinkle
Center, Hillsborough Com-
munity College, 1206 N. Park
Road. Meet business owners
and learn about the latest in
products, services and
information. Information:
754-3707 or

MS dinner
The "Back to the '50s Rock
'n' Roll" fundraiser is set for
May 6 at 5:30 p.m. at St. Clem-
ent Catholic Church's Cronin
Hall, 1104 N. Alexander St. Pro-
ceeds will be used in the fight
against multiple sclerosis.
There will also be entertain-
ment and dancing. Individual
tickets cost $10, and sponsor-
ships are available. Call: Carol
Rodriguez, 757-6234.

PCHS band pancake breakfast
The Plant City High School
band plans a pancake break-
fast May 6 from 7:30 to 11 a.m.
at the Elks Lodge, 1501 N.
Alexander St. Cost: $5. Call:

Kids Night Out
A Kid's Night Out for ele-
mentary students ages 5 to 12
is planned May 6 from 6 to 9
p.m. at the Planteen Recrea-
tion Center, 301 Dort St. The
event will feature crafts and
food. Price: $5, which covers
pizza and drinks. Information:
and click the Kid's Night Out
link, or contact Deborah Hal-
dane at dhaldane@plantcit-
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Annie Moses Band
The Annie Moses Band will
perform May 7 at 10:30 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m. at the the First
Baptist Church of Plant City's
worship center, 503 N. Palmer
St. Call: Myrle Henry, 752-4094.

Spaghetti dinner
The Plant City High School
band plans a spaghetti dinner
May 9 at 5:30 p.m. in the
school's mall for $5 per
person. The band's spring
concert follows the dinner.
Call: 757-9370.

Barbecue fundraiser
The Plant City Family
Branch YMCA will host a bar-
becue fundraiser dinner May
16 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the
YMCA, 1507 YMCA Place.
Dinner is $7 per meal with
proceeds to benefit the Plant
City Ophelia Girls Circle Pro-
gram. Tickets are available for
advanced purchase or at the
door. Call: 757-6677.

PCHS Class of '76
The Plant City High School
Class of 1976 plans its 30th
reunion July 21-22.
Information: 754-0930 or

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Late-Season Charge

Having already lost twice to its
nearest rival, the Plant City Raiders
softball team wants nothing more
than a third chance at Durant. But
there's a more pressing motivation to
producing a rematch with the Cou-
If Plant City doesn't see them again,
it probably means the Raiders' season
is over. Plant City earned the No. 2
seed for next week's Class 6A-District
8 tournament by beating Sarasota Riv-
erview on Monday.
The Raiders would only play Durant
again if it's in the district champion-
ship game. Riverview will host the
tournament, which starts Monday.
Like last year, when the Raiders
would qualify for the postseason by
finishing as district runners-up, Plant
City is playing its best ball at the end of
the regular season. The Raiders put
together the latest in a series of strong
offensive performances by winning
10-6 at Sarasota Riverview Monday.
"We're more reliable on offense,"
said Raiders head coach Heidi Kouve-
ras. "It's a pretty stacked lineup,, and
the big thing is it's a combination of
slap hitters and power hitters."
The Raiders' lineup is also a good
mixture of senior leaders and younger
players. Seniors Brittany Brown and
Mackenzie Dawson have been consis-
tent, and the team also has freshmen
contributing such as Megan Steele,
Amanda Alba and Tara Thomas. Kou-
veras said Thomas didn't even think
she would be trying out for the team,
much less contributing and playing
some second base.

Kendall Dawson, the catcher and
Mackenzie's younger sister, is leading
the offense with a tremendous batting
average. She was hitting .422 going
into Tuesday's scheduled game at
MacKenzie Dawson, the Raiders'
top pitcher, is hitting a robust .350
while Brown is at .385 while playing
first base. Kaycee Hart, the leadoff
hitter, has been "phenomenal," in the
words of Kouveras, and is hitting .347.
Last year, the Raiders only had a
couple of players above the .300
The win Monday gave the Raiders a
5-1 record in its district. Plant City's
big advantage as the No. 2 seed is it
gets an easy first-round game against
bottom seed Lakeland. Every other
lower-seeded team in the district is at
about the .500 mark. The Raiders were
12-4 heading into Tuesday and finish
up the regular season today against
Should the Raiders get to meet
Durant again, Kouveras knows what
her big focus will be.
"The first time we made seven
errors, and then the second time again
it was out defense that faltered," she
Some early-season adjustments to
the infield alignment, such as putting
Steele (also the No. 2 pitcher) at third
base, helped turn around the Raiders'
defensive struggles.
Getting to the postseasoin is the first
item on the agenda, and making it out
of regionals is something no Raiders
team has ever done, coming closest
three seasons ago when Durant
knocked out Plant City to advance to
the state semis. But if the Raiders can
get there, they would have home-field
advantage the state tournament
begins May 8 at Plant City Stadium for
the first time.

Smart and strong
Durant High School wrestler Adam Doback accepts the award for highest
wrestling team grade-point average in the county at last week's ceremony
downtown. The Cougars posted a combined, unweighted GPA of 3.443,
besting Newsome (3.437) and Riverview (3.269). On the mat this season,
Doback won the first-ever state wrestling championship for Durant.

Plant City Baseball Gets SHARP CUTS

Back On Winning Track Track

TeamsJump In Front

Getting some consistency
from starting pitching has
been a season-long issue for
the Plant City Raiders baseball
team. That is, excluding last
The Raiders got back-to-
back complete games from
Evan Dell and A.J. Starkey and,
not coincidentally, won both
contests. It was Plant City's
first winning streak since it
opened the season 3-0.
"It figures, all of a sudden
we get two complete games,"
said Raiders head coach
Kenny White. "It makes it
much easier to coach."
White had not experienced
a home victory until last Tues-
day's 6-3 defeat of East Bay.
Dell, a sophomore, pitched a
beauty of a game, striking out
10. The Indians were held to
four hits.
-Starkey then gave the Raid-

ers another solid outing on
Friday, as Plant City took an
8-3 district win against River-
view, making it two home
wins in a row.
In both games, White got
the bullpen going just in case,
but never had to make the call
to pull his starter.
"And really, we could have
won four in a row. Durant beat
us 7-6 and we had a 5-1 lead
over Brandon," White said.
Still, the improvement from
last year is obvious, perhaps
none more so in looking at the
Raiders' district record. Plant
City went 3-3 in its district
"That is definitely an
improvement over 0-12 last
year," White noted.
Plant City finishes up the
regular season with three non-
district opponents, beginning
tonight against Blake with the
chance for a third straight
home win.
Starkey has also continued
to lead the team in hitting,
with a batting average hover-
ing around .350 all year. Hoyt
See BASEBALL, Page 24

The Plant City Raider track
team tripled its pleasure
Saturday.-In the massive
(not just in name) Manuel/
Griffin/Fraundorfer Relays
track meet at Middleton
High School, Plant City won
two team events both the
boys triple jump and girls
triple jump, which combines
the results of a team's top
three jumpers.
Plant City's girls combined
to jump 92 feet, 5 inches,
three feet better than the
combined efforts of second-
place Newsome and the
boys' margin of victory was
even bigger. All-everything
Jason Brown had the top
individual triple jump of 44-
10. Brown also leaped a
meet-best 21-6 in the long
Saturday's event was the
last all-county meet of the
regular season, with all 23 of
the Hillsborough County
schools competing. The
Plant City boys had the best
result, finishing in a tie for
A much-smaller Class 4A-


District 6 meet looms next
Thursday at Gaither, with
the Raiders and Cougars part
of the field of seven schools.
Now I see why the scores
are so low in flag football.
The quarterback has like two
seconds to make a pass. The
games are fun to watch,
though really, do we need
any reason to justify the
presence of football practi-
cally year-round?
The Durant girls, after
being mentioned in this
space as undefeated, went
on to lose their first two

games of the season sorry
about the jinx, girls. An
, extra-point conversion was
the difference in an 8-6 loss
to Riverview, then on
Monday the Cougars fell to
unbeaten Freedom.
Plant City took an even
tougher defeat last Thurs-
day, going scoreless
throughout regulation and
one overtime before falling
6-0 in double overtime.
Durant's softball team is
still going strong, perfect in
district play and the top seed
for next week's 6A-8 tourna-
ment. The Cougars are not
taking a trip to the district
final for granted, though,
especially after last week's
loss against Riverview.
That didn't count against
Durant's district record, but
is something to remember if
the Sharks meet the Cougars
again in the tournament
"We just didn't execute in
that game, and Riverview
played an excellent game,"
said Durant head coach
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Bochy is hitting .333 and
Phillip Beauchamp and Austin
Kearns have also been pro-
ducing well recently. -
Among the other key con-
tributors has been junior
Adrian Romero, who smashed
a home run to- centerfield as

the Raiders built an 8-1 lead
against Riverview, and Jeff
Rheaume with a run-scoring
triple among Plant City's six
hits in the East Bay game.
Durant hosts the district
tournament a week from

Raider golf tourney
The Plant City High Raider Football Golf Tournament will be April 22 at
Walden Lake Golf Course. The event is scheduled for a I p.m. shotgun
start, with proceeds from the event going to the Raider football pro-
gram, specifically for construction of new practice fields.
Cost: $75 per person. Hole sponsorships are available for $75. Dona-
tions are also being accepted directly to the program. Make checks
payable to Plant City Raider Football, One Raider Place, Plant City, FL
33565. Call: PCHS football coach Kevin Kelley, 757-9370, Ext. 281.

Continued From Page 23
Missy Hernandez.
Durant entered last week
as the No. 3 team in the
state and it doesn't take
long to figure out why. Just
look at the team's statistics:
Eight players have hit the
double-figure mark in runs
batted in.
Again, I'm no math expert,
but since there are nine
spots in the batting order,
having eight players who are
good at driving in runs is a
pretty good situation.
"It's nice, isn't it?" Her-
nandez said.
The leaders with 17 RBIs
apiece are Kelsey Horton.
and Cassie Ellington, fol-
lowed closely by Sarah
DeMuth, Brittany Crabb and

Cari Curfman.
Crabb has just been great
at the plate, hitting .431 for
the season. Horton and
Curfman are both close to
the .400 mark. DeMuth has
also been perfect in the
pitching circle with a 7-0
And can I ask what
does it take to get the Durant
baseball team in the state
rankings? Durant held on to
beat a good Gaither team
Saturday, jumping ahead 3-0
before edging the host
Cowboys 4-3.
That put Durant's record
at 18-4 for the season. I
looked up last year's 6A tour-
nament bracket, which starts
off with 32 teams. Wanna

guess how many of them had
four losses or fewer? That
would be two.
Durant has some of the
best pitching around and
can stroke the ball, too. It
finished second in the
Saladino and yet, NO votes
in last week's Class 6A poll?
What's more befuddling is
that in the previous rank-
ings, Durant at least received
enough votes to be "ranked"
11th. Between then and the
new poll, Durant did not lose
a game.
That being said, the new
rankings will have come out
by the time you read this and
surely the Cougars will be

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2.,"I COURVIER ApRlIl-3. 2006
((Medical/Health Care)) [( Legal Notices )) (( Legal Notices ))C ( Legal Notices )) [f Business (1 South Tampa ] (1 East Hillsborough )] ( Homesites / Lots ) (C Out of State
Medical CITY COMMISSION OF the matter has there- Opportunities RIVERVIEW, Open House, ORIGINAL Carrollwood BEAUTIFUL TENNESSEE
eTO EDDIE ALLEN TURNER THE CITY OF PLANT upon been referred to 4br/3ba/3cg. Buya new with all amenities. MOUNTAIN LOTS
The Ambulatory Sur- 342 Polk Street, Apt A CITY, FLORIDA: this City Commission; A Local Vending Biz. house, w/no $$ down. Vacant Lot. Breathtaki ViewsRiv-
gery Center in Tampa is Hollywood Fl now therefore Must Sell. 1-856-823- Many upgrades. Very Build to suit. er Access nlieal for Fish-
currently seeking the 3309-1717 Section 1. That upon the 0223 AIN #B02523 motvated, Call for Owner/Builder ing, Hunting, ATV,
following positions: failure of Ebenezer BE IT RESOLVED BY THE N details 813- 600-3737 813-376-6716 Horseback Riding. Near
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Dowem owners of the CITY COMMISSIONNOF dDale HollowbLn2gPaea
OR SCRUB TECHS an action has been filed revised described as: THE CITY OF PLANT PET Fencing. National RIVERVIEW Acreage fect for Cabin Weekend
Experience required, against you and that you CITY, FLORIDA: company recruiting -H E Shadow Run 2 Get-A-Way. Utilities
FT PT& PRN RN's copyofour written de- Madison ark, aasper Section 1. That upon the vestment. Excellent p MOUNTAINS NC, 3 acres erty. Owner Financing
.our write Study,0oo1,MOUNTAIN NC, 3 actres erty2 OwnerFn$24,900 931c839
PAC &R Tenses, ft any to iton maptorplan thereofas failure of JtoseLuis moneymakingbusi- OpenoSunday -4PM acre 11306 Lerchaun on mountain top in get- Fron$24,900 931-839-
Now have new PRN Petitioner/Wife, CHERYL recordednin Plat Book 7, Mandujano andAntonia ness. Exclusive territo- Bayshore Condo 2 stry, Dr. $499K. 8131767-4693 ed community, long- 2968
rates. M. TURNER, through her Page 30 of the Public Re- Herrera Mandujano, ries. Call 1-800-865- 2, 2.5bea 1350sf Ig pr range view, neary lake
Background check & Stitzell Esquire at206 County, Florida, described as: www.dogguard.com w n cmmstrCtbrS p er l$8 50on
We offer competitive City, Fl 33563, on or be- to demolish and remove Lot 9 and1 0. Block 2. 19K 813-49 144 hp w ig ts Ecres119,000,near fthHole
salaries & a generous fore May 1 2006 and file the buildings or struc- Bellehurst Heights, Less 2PALMA CEIA dn pmt. By OwnerBrrok utaiarea. br o a W/8 s public golf course ,
benefits package. We the ori na with'the tures thereon in compli- the South 10 feet for 4211 W. Cleveland ers OK. 941-779-5533 tl r hre bat rn shopping. Also, Seville,
are located at: 4500 clerk o this Court at dance with the Notice and road right-of-way, as per 2,400sf, 3br 3br inrndpool. $1.5M woodeacrea uiet
Fletcher Ave., Tampa, Hillsborouh County- Order of Condemnation map or plat thereof as 2 famiy ro ms SAFETY H arb 8e l920-8157/610-0733 wo oiet
FL 33613 or Fax re- Office Builling, 302 N. of the Buildinnspector recorded in Plat Book 16,a 80x200'1b $750 000 custom home f hbr 3 be, community. $29,000,
sumes to: 813-977-7041. Michigan Avenue Plant of the City of Plant City Page 32 of the Public Re- 813-841-7121 2cg Many 4pgr1des,!
EE.o 777 City,4orida3356 before dated Fe.bruary 8,2006, cords of Hillsborough Walk to downtown. Alachua CM T H- O25.
service on Petitioner or or to appeal therefrom, County, Florida, SOUTH-TAMPA Condo, $489,000. Open Sat-Sun
immediately thereafter, the ity Commission 2Br 2Ba, 925sf, appli. 12-4pm 326 7th Ave. N.tHIGH Springs FL 5-10 COME To The Mountains
Restaurants/ you fail to ourts, aoe- does hereby declare its to demolish and remove REAL ESTATE spa Indr rm, mstr ste, 727-744-7805 Acres For ale By Own- Mur y, N.C. View Lots

elnt ade r es o rai bel e zt bdtermoi and re- ur bes therefon in comp- RenrdVes Mofrgg 3.5 cg dn, Frm. wo NO H J am Nutil M tinvFrome
Hospitality/Clubs fault maybe entered intention to order and di- the buildings or struc-& pooli er -281-3748 an Just Minutes rm r in
againswtyoupfor the rede rect demolition and re- turesthereon in compir SERVICES $180K boarrflyy2000@ SOUTH Tampa newer Us, Priced to Sell HW Gatedcommunities
DISHWASHER F/T Apply deaned in the moval of such buildings dance with the Notice and yahoo.co cost 5br 2 a, 2908 frontage Ad to State Custom Built Log
Snelgroves Restau- Petition or structures either with Order of Condemnation tMo, dock, boat lft, quiet Park Jason 2or-356-2563 Homes eVacation Rent-
n e tist on re h- city forces or by inde- of the Buildin Inspector Mortgages ded-end st., open floor sals Free Brochure In-
rant, 109Sf. Collins St. Copies of all court docu- penent contractorsub- ofthe Cityof PlanCity r plan $1a150,000. Brkr Mari on 497-3334es s R
Plan City ments in this ase in- emitting the west an dated February 8,200, 100% HOME FINANC- protected813-503-9875
cludin orders, are avail- best r bid thereor, and as- h t peal teeom, NG Reardess of cred- FOREST HILLS www.8103in7vestorsrealtyin
KITCHEN HELP F/rAl iaetat e Cerk ofthe easing the costs thereof the City Commission it! All nations consid- 2 blocks from golf TAMPA'S #1 Investor's DUNELLON lac beautiful .comrn
in person ChancyNoticui t av ba bid threopr, abad as-so toeappeal therefrom, BNGroReeardesso fred-rFOREST HILL S -, oi t Pase I 3ll 2 btlkaltfon
i ns chac abt Circuit Court's office against realproperty does hereby declarerits ered! Purchased/ Refo- course, updated br, R sourcesforHardMon- m in Rainbow
fish 2d .0N77 0ardkd :Elc re costs Hlba. 11307 N.Armenia ey!LA 00% financing with Lake Estates, no ease-
813754 or ou may review these upon wic suc costs intention to order and di- nance& Lease
813-75-4 documents upon were incurred. rect demolition and re- Options!. Consolidate Ae,$190K 813-263-6562 highest LTV's! No junk ments, paved roads, hi
request. moval orf such buildings Bills/Cash Out! Imme- or 813-765-6383 fees! Rehab drws upa & drtn lote rwin area COME TO THE MOUN-
81With 70 uest 4edro th Section 2. The City Cor Section u. The Cithy Cer wi diate Loan Ap.provahls! front. Call Jay 4Crott n$52 obo l4-914-014 TAINS! RE/MAX Moun-
S Retail You must ke record p the Clerk mission will hold a public city forces or by inde-. any AO e LUTZ ACh feval C ountry into 813-258- aoro. rn N 4 T IN rm ar iod-
ofthe Circuit Court's of- hearing in relation there- pendent contractor su- WesshoreMortgageco club. Beautiful Hnna tic CapitalAssociates Florida Real Estate roperties
RETAILfice notified ofyour cur- to, at which time mitting the lowest an m 813-8542300 Ext. Brtoletta home, 4br, in ste
rent address. (You may Ebenezer Dowe, owners best bid therefore and as- Lic ad Mor e 3.b, 3cg, den,001. www.acafla.ic om NORTH Ta NC. Mountain views,
file Notice of Current Ad- of said property, shall seassing the costs thereof Broker) Priced to sell. B Owner. 1 Po-int Phase I11,3 br2 creeks, cain & acre-
Loo ng to dress, Florida Supremi e have an opportunity to against the real property $759K. 813-909-8988 VALRICOEXCPTIONAL be, 700sq. ft + 4 age. Call toll free 1-
LCoooktngrved Fa 89miyshwcseon hy such upn0whichsuchEostsoft+e400k800-708-4252 or visit
Court Approved mily showcase suc upon icsu s I BUY SELLER HEL ODESSA Pool home 4r 2an plitpla n ft Floria Rm., 2 car wwwcmetthemunt
Grow-A-Lot Law Form 12.915.) Fu4ture demolition and removal were incurred. t Ulortages. I Pay Top dD sool hlls Ne r o gar.eomm, tennis oon
p4ersicthiVlawsuitA should not be orders on Do r Contion w/spa.19211 Eastbrook cook's kitch, top shelf o security, a ns.comr
with Save-A-Lot? lb mailed to the a- May 8, 2006 at 7:30 p.m., Section 2.TheCityCom- 48hours. PrivaeMoney. ,3 Tie throughout, upradesn, scT nlnai stab6owner.com DOUBLE YOUR INVEST-
dress on record at the or as soon thereafter as mission will hold apubli Call al FP, aig yd W/bi oaks. w pero in-ground 9 r t i te
lerk's office. the matter may be hearing in relation there- 813-985-8885 MEgreatnuighbrhdi334.9k s*t -
Seard, in the Sad e to, at which time Jose Call Bob: 813-920-1285 1et lusly landscaped Di ares in Floria E L
STORE WARNING: Rule 12.285, Gibbs Martin Auditorium Luis Mandujano and or 813-267-4059 C ad riced to sell ( t of State rea in Fricin.
Li FloridaaFamily Law Rules of the Nettle Berr Antonia Herrera Oeat r Call before P% r in I8r t .0

NL P 3 KNECLERKSy WloridaAN AwithallnewCintCr- ble Tm 81 3 8 A R, 0015a1 C es ou
of Procedure, Requires Draugon MunicipaldLA C Mandujano, owners of NA C arrollwoodb 2n g1 3 rf 1/4 ACRE LOTS (8 avail.) Homn
Certain automatic disclo- Builling, 302 West said property, shall have Currently being renovate.
Sun City, sureof documents and Re nolds Street (City an opportunity to show ed, th all new inter l n Palm Bay. Less than EASTERN TN MOUN-
nformation. Failure to Hal, Plant City, Florida. cause wy such demoli- or, over 2100s, w/pool Sun Cit i from Indian River TAINS Situated around
Code 111 complycan result in Ttion and removal should $419,000 Buildable, no restric- a 36,000 acre ake, 1/2
sanctions, incwudin dis- section 3. That the City not be orders on MayP8, NC813-37-6716 SUN CITY CENTER tions. to 5 acre building sites
Plant City, Fl missal or striking of Clerk shall forthwith fur- 2006 at 7:30p.m., or as ST. ANDREWS ESTATES Jerryt v @firstnationalla from the $40s. an ied
C pleadings ni sh copy of this reso- soon thereafter as the North East & Extra Galore in this 2200 nd.com Or 1-877-599snaon- amenities & direct lake
Code 135 lotion by certified mailNto matter maybe heard, in REAL ESTATE e ma s home,a realcmust LAND (5263) access. 866-800-4609
Dated:3-22-06 Ebenezer dowe, 1703 heady ibbs M in FOR SAL New Tampa see. 239,000. Acce t-
Interested applicants Re nolds, Apt 9, Auditoriumof ie ingoers. 813-633-677 3-ACRE LOT $69K/OBO ESCAPE BEAUTIFUL

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Should call the jo Pat Frank Street, plant City, Florida Berr Draughon Munici- TEMPLE TERRACE, Faces New Subdivision, Build WESTERN N.C. MOUN-
Interested Te c lricestat Frank S treet, dote erssueofprl13,tobu ouve r a rMconservation, real am Hmefor
hotel ine at ClerkoftheCircuitCourt 33563-4751 paluildi, 302 W.est ( Real EstateWanted)) 2500s, 3BR 3-12BA + ( centralPasco $9/S uare-Footam Hmefor In- TAINS FreeInformationro
1.866.420JOBS and en- Reynolds SSreet (City 2e CG, ae g v/231135 46 t resteffvnr t orc &ColorBrochure.
ter Code. No walk-ins By: Ellen P.Neubam Section 4. A coy of this Hall), Plant City, Florid. ANGELO BUYS HOUSES den,2Cfireplace, g vest. efferson, Geor- Mountain Properties
please! Learn more at Deputy Clerk resolution shall be post- ar s ny o O srnd lanai, spa n LAND LAKEStin r, 2ba, gia. 45-Minutes South Spectacular Views Cab-
www.ve-a-ot.com. edontheproperty locat- Section 3. Tat theCity Cash any condition errogation well new 2cg, 1718sf, frpl seller of Blue RigeMoun- ins, Homes, Creeks & In-
EOE NO:2238 ed at 1209 West Wash- Clerk shall forthwith fur- Handyman, fire, dis- roof & extr paint, ma- pays $3K towards clos- tains,n1-Hour7North of vestmentpAcreage Ap-
3/30;4/5;12;19,2006 ington Street nish a copy of this reso- tressed, vacant, occu- ture oaks. $399K. Call $244.9K 1 a Atlanta. 706-713-0136n andry
lution by certio mail to pieed. Anywhere in FL! 813-988-0093/743-5908 br stud2.ba, 2881 sf -7919 Murphy

Trades S rectionS,. The City Clerk Jo se Lus Manujano an Apts. / Comm., resien- co o, r n ABANDONED UPSTATE NC's Largest RE Firm
( TE Ishall publish a copy of Antonia Herrera tial. No deal too TEMPLE Terrace, 813-545-3148 ERA Dennis N.Y. Farm 30acres www.appalachianland.c
CARPENTER HELPER & NOTICE OF SALE thistreso ution in pe Mandujano,404 W. Grant big/small. uick oos- Raintree development, $59,900. Fields, woods om
DRIVER. Plant Ci Area Pursuant to Ch 713.78 risrsuo i Street, Plant City, Florida int 1-800-SELL-181;1- waterfront 4br loft, 25 stunning viewscascad-
FWilling to T it Je- CoBelow said vehicles t e Courier, issue of Aprilt he Street a 1-8- Ln re, rmallot, F brooN WESLEY Chapel- CAROLINA cascail
in nItRwauctioned to satisfy tow- 2006. 33563 d ank of Ameri- -816-4363 Pr forma 2 l br Fp, 3/2+den,like new. in t brooe Pristine a
son.T 83L757-971r aow ca, P.0O Box 26041, 2461 st. Bap t. onlr. O4ver2000sdqf, m id$290's. Lakes Region! 3.5 hours FANTASTIC Location in
inEg and storage liens at: Section 6. All persons are Gr oroNC 2740. $380,000 13--66 Seller assist w/closing N of N.Y.ity! Ters The heart of the Tennes-
E L E C The r R I C I A N S e ovito' ctoi GAtreebifaorodpOerNscosts. Exit Real Estate available! Won't Last. see Smokeys Beautiful
Journeyman/Helper, 02 E. Calhoun St decides theao i a peetin of thiss We Houses SLEY CHAPEL Professional Inc 888-918-6264 Waterside Community

FTPet hone : wnt e senc 8re wmics decid es Buy spew ham o27)2 wit forol blet RWatkeerr Soro foI MntVcalures
FT/PT, transportation hn et FI 33566 decision made by the resolution shalbe post- 4br, 2ba, 2cg, with pool n 407-581-7428 anny Stunning Views Incredi-

resqond.n813263d2461 o ben referredto sid on Apremises 1ave dersol svebu dtf $25 9900 HORSESHOE 81 04Coun utfuleared nalt cm 22 2e8f n
Friday, April28, 200 City w ith the property locat- Other Guiy sW Guf y owner, no1 Es a cow!iagents i aher s o 0e
a 2pect to any matter con- ed at 606W. ran InstantContract. Cas1sny amenities tac East Pasco j] ABANDONED UPSTATE
MAINTENANCE7 at 12:00 NOON siereLo at SCAh meeatn, Street. Any Area, Condition Asking e274,90 N.Y. Farm 30acres 1-800-559-3095 ext 65
Roving 2005 Chev 4 r he will need a record Situation. If You Call 81383-8823 WESLEY CHAPEL 30442 $59,900. Fields, woods Marketed by Land &
GIWF2E9116248 theproed s, and for SectionS. The City Clerk You'll Sell. 813-641198Birdhouse Dr. 4br 2.5ba tunningviewscascad- Lakes Realty, Inc.
2 2 2 such purposee e may shall publish a cony of Eas lBrug 2c, 3yrs 1900 t, iear inbrooK! Pristne
M maintenance Tech 1994 Chevy 4 dr Cat e the it C o calg ) 2 s l00 time-y loorki ng 1m
CBRE Technical Services, 1GLD55M54141700 averbatim record of the Courier, issue of April 13, to buy houses that ne APOLLO BEACH sell! No l N of N.Y.City! Terms portunities to own your
is seeking a Roving 1991 Toyota 4dr yosproaceedingstins made, 2006. a u realtorsease9- available! Won't Last. own farm.ranch wood-
n 4TISV21ESMU329250 r work. Will also bu as- New Home 4br 3ba 3cg, 813-991-7386, 3 1-8389 888-918-6264 land or latefron home-
Maintenance Technician which record includes signment contracts. ome with Famil Room a Foits
with a background in 196od 4 dr the testimony and evi- Section 6. All persons are No Fees, Any Area oru Premium LotBy o0 n- Mountain RACR iste Old flordabatits
HVAC, electrical, plum o- 33ES47C9217580Ce N upon which the advised that ifa person Condition, uick Cs- der Market, ichert / Resort REAGE S. CAROLINA bet! Still affordable!
ing an Ceneracommer- 4C99 1 7 e e Beautifulebuilding Call 866-352-2249
cial building repairs. 2GBEG25KI4131989 appeal is to be based. oecieso aeng Deals. Call Realtors 941-518-3952 N.C. MOUNTAINS! site w/woods. Oni 1/2 www.fllandbargains.co
repairs. 99 B uick -4 d decision made by the Jim Nagy 813-843-2233 wwrg
Drug/ Background TO9 SHOW C Section 7. In accordance City Commission with re- DOWNTOWN Tampa New Log Cabin Shells on Hr from North Myle
Screen and cean driving 1994 Ford 2 dr with the Americans with aspect to any matter con- I'LL Buy/Lease Your Hse 2br/2ba condo, upgrad- 1-.2 ac sites $89900. Beach $69 900. iwner
record. 1FALP62W6RH223502 Disabilities Act.any per- sidered at such meeting Make your.Payments ed, stainless steel gran- 1-7 ac parcels with spec- Financing A03-473-7125 FLORIDA LAND Starting
Fax resumes to 1998 Saturn 4 drH son with a disability re- he will needsa record ofx Do rera crs,ClOSe quickly. ite, marble floors River tacular mountain views!, at $14 500 Financing
407-839-3177 t dr quiring reasonable ac- the proceedings, and for AnyDoArea AnyPrice, ,Any view 259K cal 813-363- $39 900 to $89, 900 ACREAGE S. CAROLINA 5 Availale. Over 100
40-3- 7 1G82J5275W Z2662 commo action in oroer t h purpose may condition. Call Car 4642 2Beggins Cal 828-256-1004 Acres Beautiful building Lots available in Coun-
METAL Building 1990 GMC PK participate inthis meet- needto ensure that 813-852-2236 Psite /woods. Only ties of Levy, Marion,
Mechanics. ood pay, GKCS18Z2L8508674t g sou ld call the City averbatim record of the DO vou e w ant or need to (( Condominiums ) Beachr from$69 900.North M Ren ClayCalhoun& Investorsnam
paid evr d ay. 1992 Towt e 2 wd Clerkmat (813)659-4200 at proceedings is made, Dti de to relocation a Cdo Beech $69 900etier ResrA & Intors
ofsipr813-737-65s;d se02 JTvil2EL4F2 0015844(( least 48 horLnReal Estate sSOR aT A. Financing $03-473-7125. welcome. 1-718-797-
aideveFi1995 Ford PU enerleast 48aehours(prior to whs e e SH recoricudes s0 Musta Se neral) sn hole, foreclosure0 BAYSHORE area, wlbrcea 0807-7
I FTEX143SKAO7409 the public hearing, the testimony and evi- We can help. Call us at downstairs condo, CHA A FREE BROCHURE At
INdTX43 70ence upon which the AttnoSt- Pete (727)239-209 for best oHerayeat-in kitchen laundry Western Carolina Real FLORIDA Ocala Area
1986 Pontiac 4 dr Apoted by-the City Con- appeal is to e basedo. & Tampa Investors! offers,. m onsite 70t wak E tate we offer the Attn: Investors!
1G2BL69Y3GX229144 mission on April 10, 2006. have 3 handyman spe-w Es
1993 Isuzu 4dm Section 7. In accordance cials.this week with $25- HORSESHOE BEACH to Soho, off street 3rkg. best Mountain Proper- Preconstruction Homes

S2CG9V8P4327789 ordr JOHN L. DICKS with the Americans with $50k in equity- The sell Gulf Access & View, $158,50 813-253-247 ties in North Carouina. & Prie s. 00 st/2nd
1996P52U4d4 son with a disability re- 813-843-2233 Discover did Florida! BRANDON, I br, I ba, We.eCall8 naRE.co for wual0fied buyers
B3ES27CX De551524 ATEST: quiring reasonable ac- www.realnetusa.com. 877-227-3474 $200K+ rront, New Condo- 866- 00-5687
B1993 Buick 4Xdm commodation in order to www.elcondos.com BconyBversion, Screened wwm.
1G4NJ54N2PC276867 VIRGINIA L HELPER participate in this meet- New Construction Balcony, BELOW MAR- www.MandDrealty.com
EDUCATION 1G 904rN 2 6 CITY CLERK ing should call the Ci 2200sf4Br 3Ba LUTZ David Weekly built. KET VALUEC$123,500.00
1990 Olds 4 dr Clerk at (813)659-4200 at L/2Acre 4br 4ba.4200 at, load: (813)774-9903 ALABAMA Great South- FOR SALE BY OWNER.
19 89F D4 7 2m Approved as to form and least 48 hours prior to (813)971-6953 ed, $699k w/$20k to buy- ern Land.o1750+/-acs. Beautiful North Georgia
1F ord 2 dr correctness: the public hearing. (813)759-2959 www. er for closing cost. (( Time Share itde. County. W823ill Infountin. Call for
Vocational-TrainingJ) 1FABP42E6KF2822249 ste homesfla com 100% financing availa- vi. Premier hunting Information. 706-276-
1993 Olds 4 dr KENNETH W. BUCHMAN Apoted by the City Con- ble. Tom 813-282-9568. AUSTRIA, 1,500 time- 701acs. Crenshaw Coun-
EARN DEGREE Online CITY ATTORNEY mission on April 10, 2006. Tear down or Replace share, Alpenland St. ty. Nice huntingtract
from home *Medical RESOLUTION NO 68-2006 Build on your lot PLANT City 1720 sq ft Johann Pongau, float w/lake & campnhouse. GATED Community
*Business *Paralegal NO; 2416 4/13, 2006 JOHN L DICKS From $68 per sq ft single family home on wk, Steecap 4; exchg $2200/'ac. Bill Atkins Beautiful Resort Lots!
*Computers 'Criminal A RESOLUTION DECLAR- MAYOR-COMMISSIONER 100's Of plans. 3/4 ac. 3br, ba, 2car ga. worldwide. Q mtinF ro
Justice. Job Placement ING INTENTION OF THE Call Dan 8137625-2000. rage. Screenedopool. $4309A397.
Computer provided Fi- CITY COMMISSION OF RESOLUTION NO 69-2006 ATTEST: Builders for 51 years $299,900. 813-431-3952. $141.813-907-0165 Ariza, i, Old's-
nancial aiditfquaniry. THE CITY OF PLANT CITY tdbehr@ TIMESHARE RESALES ALABAMA Great Sooth- homa & Tennessee.
www.onlinetidewaterte DEMOLITION AND RE- ING INTENTION OF THE CITY CLERK ( Real Estate j The most effective way ern Land. 1750+/-acs. Call, 903-515-2116 or
.oDMOL IINI IT IONOFTPLANT City 4/2/3+3ca to Buy Sell or Rentsa Wilcox County. Will Di- 503-255-6163. Website;
OR STRUCTURES ON THE CITY OF PLANT CITY Approved as to form and NORTH TAMPA OPEN garage detached. Pool Timeshare fast! Call vide. Premier hunting www.bidave.com
PROPERTY LOCATED AT TO ORDER AND DIRECT correctness: HOUSE April 8th noon screened lanai, 2 acres now toll free. 1-800- tract. $2750/ac.
STREET AND FIXING A MOVAL OF BUILDINGS KENNETH W. BUCHMAN www.forsalebyowner. floors and much muchnwww.condotrader.com ty. Nice hunting tract County 4/2/2 sitting on
DATE AND TIME FOR OR STRUCTURES ON CITY ATTORNEY com list#20599226. 801 more. Call Linda w/lake & campnhouse. a.75 acre lot. Lots of
HEARING PROVIDING PROPERTY LOCATED AT Proclamation Dr, North Blackburn 813-763-2983. 9 $2200/ac. Bill Atkins u ds. $189,900.
THE OWNER AN OPPOR- 606W. GRANT STREET NO; 2415 4/13,2006 Point Phase III or call PLANT Cih Historia34-3Homesits /39o7s00
AS TO REASONS, IF ANY TIME FOR HEARING PRO- tons. Distiat1DESIRABLE gated water- ELGES GAcretrcl ed ites
&VIDING THE OWNER AN Or- front community. Lk St Cash any condition, starting $2650/ahoes
AND REMOVAL SHOULD OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW ange tree, 3B/1BA ,.at- Clair, Apollo Beach FL Handyaman, ire, dis t creating $6/r
NOT BERORDERED, CAUSE AS TO REASONSHOW South Tampa tic room, inside utility 3/2,33 car gar. $35n9,i00. trandym antf ocs Quietcountryawsettig fil-
L AWhereas, in accordance WITI'N AND REMOVAL DAVIS Island, Build up agedshed.%13-757-6939 or 813-35-939 pied. Anywhere in FL! pines. Central location,
Whereas, Plant aciycordenthe DEIOAD. onREor 813-350-9B99 Apts. / Comm., resiaen- S of Dublin & Vidalia.
with Chapter 78, Article SHOULD NOT BE OR- hor raze this 1400+37/2 Nelson C. Steiner, tial. /Nomeal too (Special 14.62acs
aoc Building lnspectorroftthe 1(314)703-9099 I Lakes, gated comm & oin/small Quickcls- w/3ac, lake.
() City of Plant City did on Whereas, in accordance bruxhaus@verizon.net golf, 2 villa & 2c, DOUBLE YOUR INVEST-d ina. 1-800-SELL-181; 1- $4750/acre.) Owner
February 8, 2006, issue a with Chapter 78, Article C pool, newly reno rs LotsINIFA R. Build-E9Y-816-4363 912-529-6198
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Notice and Order of IX, Plant Mity Code, the FINANCIAL HYDE-PARK New Listing, id all appli ne aresLo in ME t eINY ar. Build-
OF THE THIRTEENTH JU- Condemnation was Building Inspector of the Beautifully restorednlin17- 4 emsL in Fastest.g CAROLINA Escape toU NeNtuCKYo100gacres,
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND served in accordance City of PIantCity did on 1915 Bun afow, in heart RIVERVIEW. GREAT 4br Wholesale Pricing. 954- Beautiful Western NC lakes, barns, timber,
FOR HILLSBOROUGH with Section 78-724, February 8, 2006, issue a O w, linear t 258-7203 Mountains Free Color pasture and
ofea Odyd Firs, 200st 1975sf, Move-in ready! Brochure & Info lr farmsround
LY LAWDbIVISION Ebenezer Dowe, the own- Condemnation was 1ptieroWi nGrin ONe 3,000
er of said premises; and served in accordance Opportunities Lovely Detail, Walk to' New roof and A/C. LOTS OF LOTS Mountain Properties deerturkey hunting
with Section 78-724 1 from Bayshore, ealy, Mar l Cabins, Creeks acre farm,
Division: R Whereas, said owners of Plant City.Code on Jose ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE 1 81-o-221erulskie. owAreas eeitst & Investment Acreage dkvideable 1-270-556-
said premises have Luis Mandujano and Do You Earn $800 in a 813-731-0787 Call 813-695-0966 Cherokee Mountain 3576
IN RE: The marriage of failed to comply with or Antonia Herrera Day? 30 Machines and RIVERVlEW, Lake St Or 813-417-9710 GMAC Real Estate 1-
CHERYL M. TURNE appeal or appeal from Mandujano, the owner of Free Candy All For Classifieds is Charles, 3br 2ba 2cg Steiner Communities 800-841-5868 Your KENTUCKY West Liber-
Petitioner/Wife such order within the said premises; and$I Cal 1-N8753Chrl3- acr shopper's i/home office, Formal Lic. R.E. Broker Source for Mountain Kentucky, 800 Acres.
and time therein fixed, and 3430 AIN#BO2000033 pers showroom. Living ce, DininFormSPrortucky,000p Acre.
EDDIE ALLEN TURNER the matter has there- Whereas, said owners of Call Us: We Will Not Be personalsoNorthporL, FI.iSar&asota wwwPner e
Respondent/H husband. upon been referred to said prem ises have Undersold! M makes and models Com m uni ty loo t, 0 .125,1quintccit
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MARRIAGE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE time therein fixed, and can bank en our bargains, speed to Classifieds. banter's dream. 813-672-8058 813-259-7580 today's Classifieds.

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21' Sea Ray 1999 Sign.
Bow Rider, 5.7EFI 260
HP Mercruiser, full cvrs
& bimini, runs great,
$16500obo 813-285-0664
22' 1992 Ski Ray, Sea Ray
Inboard Ski Boat 5.7L
ski pylon, snap out car-
pet. Great looking boat
12K 813-929-9099
22' 2000 Crest Pontoon
w/ 90 Johnson, very low
hours, Superfish model
w/ tackle boxes, cooler,
bait wells fishfinder
portalet w/ enclosure +
more. Like new, $6,000
obo. 727-595-6104
23' 1978 SeaOx 1984
Evinrude 200, engine
has been rebuilt, trailer
is alum., '02-'03 every-
thin new or rebuilt, all
elect., all access. $4,500
Firm. Call Greg
23FT. Mako 1984 with
1998 225 Optimax, low
hours, new fuel tank,
captain's chairs. VHF,
Lowrance X85. Always
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Reduced $9,500
23FT Proline walk around
'89. '98 200 HP Johnson,
alum. trir. Elect. Live
well. T-top. Great Cnd!
$12,500. (813) 230-7507.

28'1996 Trophy CCGPS
FF VHF T-top T.win 120s
Twin axle Trailer 1 year
old $9000 or best offer
29' Baja 1996 Twin 7.4
Mercs, Very well main.
Floaton trir, Many extras,
Runs great. Must sell.
$37K obo. 813-598-9372
31' SeaRay 1999,
310 Sundancer,
Mint Conditionr Loaded.
Covered slip available.
$79,900. (813) 814-4410.
33' Wellcraft St. Tropez,
twins, gen.,AC, loaded.
Surveyed $sOK. Moving,
must sell. $38,900.
DURACRAFT 1980 Alumi-
num w/25 horsepower
Mercury Motor & Extras
Good Condition. $1,000.

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for sale/lease. 1st class
amenities. Call
727-381-7922 xt 12

|[ Accessories
100 HP 1993, Mairiner Tilt
& Trim, Runs Good,
Needs Carb work,
BOATUFT & cradle the
finest alum. boatlift &
stainless hardware, 8-
24Klb, prof I install.
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27' 1978 Watkins Sloop,
$8,000. RF Jib, Yanmar
diesel, wheel steering,
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Strong original engine.
New Imeron paint.
$36,000. (407)788-7548.

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BMW 2001 330CI Conver-
tible, 39,800 mi, 100K mi
warranty through 2011.
5-speed sport &
prem pkg, leather, pwr
everything! 'Harmon
Cardon audio, dual air
bags, ani-lock brakes,
M wheels DSC. Clean.
$27,900. (813) 966-6855.

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rs warr. M-F 9a-5p
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tires, extras, drop down
ramp, red. $5000 813-
6X12X2 Never used- 15"
wheel w/gate $825. Oth-
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.com 813-237-0110
duty, 2004, 6500 lb axil
w/electric brakes, exc.
cond. $2250 obo.
J & J 1994 48' Alum. Live
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ders. $17,500 obo. 1985
28' Harco Alum. Dump
Trailer, $11,500 obo.

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CHEVY 1992 Scottsdale,
1500,4WD, Silver w/ BIk
comm'l Topper, V8, 5
spd stick, A/C, $6K in
new parts. Dry engine &
drive train. $3,950.
DODGE 1990 150, 5.2 liter
V8 AT w/OD, ps pb, cc,
cold a/c, CD, looks, runs
great tool box, bedliner,
$2700 813-417-2579

(( Trucks Light Duty ))
FORD 2003 Ranger Edge
2WD, 3.0 V6 auto, AC,
pwrL/W/M CD, bed lin-
er, 34k mi. lxc cond.
$12,800. 813-677-2454
FORD 2004 F150 Heritage
XL 6cyl, 5spd, reg. cab,
2WD, short bed, AC, bed
Inr, 16mo warr 9600 mi,
$10,500 813-982-9579
GMC 1997 Sonoma Ext
cab. Black, 5 spd, AC,
bedliner, cassette,
NISSAN 1993 Truck, 4 cyl,
good A/C, stick shift,
w/camper. Excellent
condition! $2800 obo.
Call (813) 362-4279.
TOYOTA 1998 Tacoma
35K orig mi, 4 cl, auto,
dual airbags, edliner
& util box. PS & AC.
$6950 813-741-0740

[C Trucks Heavy Duty )}
DODGE 1989 Box truck
w/1995 dies engSspd,
16' box. Exc int,body
tires. Runs great! $4500
DODGE 1998 3500 SLT,
4x4 dually, Cummings,
white, 177k mi, ext cab,
very clean, new tires,
brakes & AC, $13,500,
DODGE 2004 Ram 3500
4x4 quad, Laramie pkg
2UH, 52K, 5.9L H.O.
turbo dies], exc. cond.
$28,000. 813-476-1279
FORD 1999 250
Refrigerated box truck,
100K mi, 8cyl,. auto,
gas, A/C exc condition,
$9,800 813-493-0523
FORD 2003 F250 XL, FX4,
4x4, camper shell, auto,
1 owner, 6.0L diesel 33k
mi. spray-in bedliner,
$21,000. 813-651-3285
GMC 2004 Sierra SLE
2500 HD 3/4 ton P/U,
4WD, hvy duty
trailering equip,
Duramax dnsl, eng bik
htr Allison auto trans,
locking rear axil, alum
whis, Michellin, tires,
Weston SS step rails,
rain & bug guards, htd
pwr camper mir. rear
view mir w/compass &
temp, sprayed bd liner
dual zone ht & air, tint
Is rear wind defogger,
AM/FM & XM stereo ra-
dio w/CD player & Bose
spkr, computer & radio
cntrls in steering whi,
auto dwn frnt wind,
spare tire lock keyless
entry w/theft alarm, bik
ext, front bucket seats,
gray cloth int, 62K mi.
exc. cond. $32,000
bought new '06 Call
Z'hills @ 813-783-3949
or 248-921-2843 from

(( 4-Wheel Drive )}
4W Drive, CLean &
Sharp MUST SEE $2500
813-754-6652 or
JEEP 1994 Wrangler
black/grey int, AC, 33
tires w/razor rims, lots
of chrome, 4 cyl, 102k
$6900 352-398-5479
JEEPS 2 1988 Grand
Wagoneers both run
well & low mi, $2100 &
$1600 both for $3400
813-943-4017. 837-5953

([ Vans )I
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 1995 Handicap
Van, 10" lowered fir,
pwr ramp kneeling sys,
nand cntrs, 82,700 mi
$10K obo. 863-735-0757
DODGE 1998 Caravan V6,
3.3L, All Pwr, Dual Drs,
New Tires, Cold A/C,
Just Serviced Exc Cond.
$4,500obo 813-451-2745

([ Vans ))
DODGE 1998 Caravan,
118K Mi, Runs Good, 5
door New Tires Cold
AC, $2,750 obo
DODGE 2000 Grand Cara-
van Handicap equipped
w/ramp. Drivers side
adj seat w/ swivel, rsed
gas pedal, many hand
controls. 25K mi. $20K
Cathy @ 813 641-1664
Van, 10" lowered floor,
power ramp, 18,000
miles. Call for more in-
formation 727-492-1630
FORD 1994 Econoline
conversion van, 130k
miles, CD, front & rear
AC, tow package, $4800.
FORD 2001 Windstar
Cargo Van, 6 cyl, cold
air, new brakes, runs
reat. $5,500.
Call 813-909-6659
FORD 2004 E350 Cut-
away, V8, PS, PB, AC, au-
to, 31 600mi, runs great,
$19,560 or best offer...
352-583-3370 4-
FORD 2004 F150 Lariat
Supercab, 4x4, loaded,
42,000 miles -*
$22,900 or best offer....
352-583-3370 4,
GMC 2003 SAFARI, auto,
pw pl, alarm, dual A/C,
46K mi, seats 8, exc.
cond., $10500 OBO.
Call 813-690-7175
KIA 2002 Sedona 57,800
mi, still under factory
warranty. Excellent con-
dition. $6995.
813-451-4560, 924-6622
MERCURY 1999 Villager
Est. Nice, Ithr, quad
chrs, loaded, slide drs,
7 pa., tow pkg. $7900
Wow! 813-634-3342
PLYMOUTH 1994 Voyager
Runs good, needs tires
and Ieft front fender.

((Sports Utility Vehicles))

9CP. CbO
1990 Suburban RUNS
GREAT (813)478-5010
BMW 2002 X5 3.01, 100K
warr, silver ext, Ithr int,
loaded sport pkg, sunrf,
rear A/C, all power.
$25,900 (813) 221-5522
CHEVY 2004 Trailblazer
white LS, 4WD, loaded
17,100 mi. wrnty, well
maint like new $20,999
DODGE 2004 Durango SLT
Hemi, excellent condi-
tion, dark met. grey,
tow pkg. 31,500 miles
$19,950 941-355-4839
FORD 2002 Excursion,
silver/charcoal, 19k mi,
V10, 4x4, PWDL, keyless
code entry, 3-row seats,
running boards, $21k
obo 863-559-3596
FORD 2003 Excursion,
4x4, limited Ed, 54k mi,
new tires, V10, leather,
power pk, ood cond.,
$21k obo,%813-349-3533
FORD 2003 Explorer XLS,
4wd, 44k, V6, loaded.
excellent condition,
new tires $13,998
HUMMER 2003 H2, silver,
4WD, 35K, 100K mi warr,
fully loaded, htd Ithr
seats, Ig DVD, 6 disc
towing pkg, air susp.,
swing spare, very clean
$39,900 813-363-3437


iSUZU 2001 Rodeo, 45k
mi, w/hitch & chair lift,
excellent condition.
$8750. Please call:
ISUZU 2001 Vechicross
Collectors' Ed, 4WD, 10
yr 120k mi power train
warr. OnIy 2500 made.
JEEP 2005 GRAND Silver,
5300 mi., V8, Ithr, sun
roof, all power, $24K
OBO. Call 813-244-1092

((Sports Utility Vehicles))
door, 4x4, auto, A/C,
looks & drives good.
$2,600 OBO.
Call 813-690-4006
JEEP 1992 Wrangler 5-
Speed trans, 4 cylin-
ders, 4WD CD Soft
Top, New Brakes &
Hitch, Runs Exc $4600
obo 813-657-0998

cyl, 99K mi., 4x4, Hunter
Green w/ Tan top, light
bar, fog lights, CD,
sound bar, Xtra bikini &
rear top. $7,500 OBO.
Call 813-843-7144
JEEP 2001 Grand Chrk
Ltd, 64,500 mi, 4 dr, au-
to trans,
1J4GX58N01C614306 8
cyl, 2WD loaded w/ ex-
tras, One owner well
maintainedgood cond
gold/tan (813)478-238
JEEP 2005 Grand Chero-
kee, 4X4, Hemi, Chrome
wheels, TV, Sunroof,
Nav. Sys, Leather int.
$25,500 813-205-9000
LEXUS 2006 RH400 Hy-
brid all whi drive, only
3 O02 mi, perfect condo,
black onyx, every avail.
option, incl. service &
5yr warr & low jack sys-
tem, great gas mileage,
must sell, $49,900.
MERCEDES 2003 ML320,
mint cond, superbly
maintained dk green
Ithr, CD, S-roof must
see. 813-361-5536

RANGE ROVER 2003, Blue
43K Mi, warranty, Fully
loaded, Excellen condi-
tion, $44,000 obo
TOYOTA2001 Seguoia
SR5 Exc cond, 3rd row
auto, CD, rear airall
power, cruise Awesome
$17,50 813-786-4051
TOYOTA 2002 Rav4L
AWD, loaded, below
KBB silver, excellent
condo! 33K. $14,500.
Call (813) 741-3376.
TOYOTA 2002 Sequoia
Limited, Silver, Leather,
86K mi, Excellent condi-
tion, Fully Loaded,
$22,800 813-903-1007

HD Go Carts )t
Mini Dune Buggy 250cc.
new demo, 50mph, auto
trans., w/ reverse, full
suspension, disc brakes
$2495 obo 813-784-8660

(. Motorcycles J)
16,000 miles
sport windshield, lots
of chrome, mikuni
carb, Sampson pipes,
sissy bar 12,900 obo
Chuck 813-239-6655

HARLEY 2002 Ultra Clas-
sic, Firefighter 1st edit
limited # made, red, 5K
mi, chromed out, under
wrnty, pd $31K asking
$23K Obo 813-265-2408
HARLEY 2003 Softtail
100th Anniv. Black & sil-
ver, 7500 miles, loaded
w/extras! $16,900 obo,
For Detais 813-215-9982.
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.
HONDA 1982 GL500 silver
Wing, $1200/obo. Cash
Only. Moving Must Sell!
Keyword: CarSeeker

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C( Motorcycles )}(
HONDA 2005 CRF 230,
trail ridden 8 times,
$2,900. Honda 1986
80CC Elite, 2600 miles,
$950. 813-629-8669

636 Special Edition.
Silver w/red flames &
red wheels. 500 mi. Sell
$11,000. Asking $9,500.
Perfect Cond! 813-757-
6895 or 813-690-3402
Street, Dirt Bikes &
ATV's. Also buying
wrecked motorcycles.
Cash paid. 813-924-6264
TRIKE KIT, black, slight
ly used, exc.cond.
SUZUKI 2005 Hayabusa
GSX 1300R
Barely ridden
YAMAHA 2003 250WRF, 1
owner Paid $6,900 ask-
ing $3,300 obo All
Maint records. Call Joy
YAMAHA 2005 YZ250F
Great Condition! Low
Hours. Blue Bike stand,
$3750 FIRM 813-245-

SGolf Carts
Excellent condition
Call for details
Recondition with new
battery warranty.
Markey Battery Inc.
813-267-7830 : 657-0454

{( ATVs ))
YAMAHA 2001 Warrior,
very good condition,
clean, runs great, blue,
$2800 obo.

((Automobiles Wanted))
$$$ CASH $$$
For Cars, Trucks &
Vans Any Price/Any
Running or Not! We'll
come pick it up!
Paying a little bit more!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535

((Classics & Antiques))
Cadillac 1967 Deville con-
vertible red w/white
top red interior, runs &
looks great. $5500 obo.
CHEVY 1947 Coope
Streetrod. 327 HP with
770R auto. CD, AM/FM.
A/C. Too fine to list all
details! $15,500.
CALL (813) 220-6541
CHEVY 1979 Camaro Z28,
T tops, 396 Big Block,
less than 150 mi on re-
built, lots of new parts,
$129000bo 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
CORVETTE 1977 Sting
Ray, 350 auto, t-tops,
CD, AM/FM, pw, new
paint & int. all rubber
seals replaced $16,500
obo. 813-220-6541
1967 327-350 very good
cond, $9500 obo. Must
sell; lost storage space.
FORD 1963 Thunderbird
Convertible w/ Road-
ster kit. spectacular,
red/blk, loaded. $21,900
Web ID#1656825

Convertible, V6, show-
room condition, red,
white top, $4250,
Studebaker 1955 Presi-
dent, stored serval
years some rust. on
trailer, both $3800/obo.

(( Junk Cars )}

From $25 to $1,000
Now buying Hondas
Call 727-364-5125

((Automobiles for Sale))
31.5' 2004 Gulfstream Ul-
tra, 12K mi, slide-out
sips 6, PLUS '00 Chevy
Blazer, 92K mi. very
good cond, fully loaded
obo. 765-860-6146
$ Police Impounds! Only
$500' For Listings & De-
3.1i Call I1 ]i .,.9-.
F1 16. E.i 7lt i

$400' Police impouindas'
Fo:,r I..Iin.- Ca11 l .I )li.
749.81ll., E a88t

((Automobiles for Sale))
ACURA 1998 2.3 CL
w/premium pkg. White,
tan leather, 68K miles,
loaded, like new. Asking
$9900. (813) 310-8689.
Audi 2001-A4
1.8T AWD Manual 77K
Lthr, Pwr, One owner
Exc cond $12,000


BMW 1997 318 converti-
ble. new tires top &
leather, dealer main-
tained. Exc cond, warr.
$8900 813-643-9088
BMW 1998 328i, auto,
white/tan, sport/ prem
pkgs, 60.5k mi, 7"'SSR
rims, leather. $14,375.
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
$33,500. 813-600-1536
BMW 2003 530i, prem.
pkg, sports pkg, leath-
er, Xenon, 42Kmi, im-
maculate cond, $28,000.
813-949-1266 eves
813-265-2500 days

BMW 2004 330ci cony,
sport package, garage
kept, non smoker, im-
maculate, must see.
27.5k mi, black/brown
$35,900. 813-766-6680
BMW 2004 Z4
No credit check!!
BMW 525i, 2001, blk,
76,000 mi, auto,sprt
Pkg, loaded, warr to
10000 mils. new tires,
BUICK 1995 Park Ave,
Garage kept, 92K miles,
all power, $4500
CADILLAC '04 Seville SLS
33K mi Heated seats,
XM radio, CD changer,
rear sensors new tires.
$19,900 (813)987-6312
good condition, runs
great 153K miles, must
sell $2,000 or best offer.
CADILLAC 2005 DeVille
Diamond White, canvas
top, mnrf lux kg 12K
mi. New $52K Must sell
$29, 995 727-345-2114
Web ID# 1662141

CAMARO Z28 2000 76K
mi, auto, V8, loaded,
custom exhaust/intake,
$13,000 863-619-5476 or
863-398-1610 Lakeland
CHEVY 2005 Malibu Maxx
LS Loaded auto, 1 own-
er, fact wrt, low miles.
Non-smkr. $13,500
CORVETTE 1984 red exte-
rior, tan interior, remov-
able tops, very clean,
82,000mi asking $7500
Corvette 1987 Converti-
ble auto 56K miles, new
leather& tires. $11,900.
CORVETTE 2005 new
cherry red met. naviga-
tion, on-star, XM radio,
and more. 6K miles,
$46K obo. 813-259-1195

COVETTE 1998 Converti-
ble, silver/black, auto, 10
disc CD, chrome whis,
44k, exc cond $23,900.

FORD 1978 Mustang, V8,
yellow, 5-speed, leather
seats, goo condition,
>>> $3,500 <<<<
Web ID #1656547

auto, A/C, mach stereo
CD, bik w/tan Ithr, adult
friven, 89K mi. $7,500
OBO. 813-477-2867
FORD 1999 Taurus SE 4dr
V6, All Elec, AM/FM Pwr
St, PRwr Brk, Ice Cold AC
95"'. T;ri. "Vr, Cl.:-in

FORD 2017) C.,nt.:-ur SE. 4
C'1. pv.r OL. PW r- _m ,t-
tfunk 1:0,.. AM fM
Ci :,. H' .i,:ti r. A. r. AT.
N,,n.. m .~. 5ii, '
A83,n.1 315i
8]:l 76. li.i
& MAZDA 1991 929.
run,' great et? con': d.
H,:nd aa $2..600. Ma:a
$1 .6i'6 813 310 31.1u
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((Automobiles for Sale))
HONDA 1999 Civic 4dr,
auto, A/C, CD $2850
(813)677-9296 Iv msg

loaded, leather moon-
roof, excellent cond.,
50K miles, lady owned,
$16,300 813-246-2400
HONDA 2005
Shadow 750.
Showroom Condition!!

INFINITI 2001 i30, 110K
mi., loaded, extremely
clean car. $12000
Call 813-299-6540
INFINITI 2005 G35, auto,
loaded arnet red/tan
Ithr, 23- miles, sporty
4dr sedan, mint condo ,
$29000obo 813-244-2411

INFINITY 2004 G35 coupe
1 of a Kind All options
+ special xtras! 19"
Foose Wheels, Red Cali-
pers, Custom
spoiler/Stereo Red with
fan Lthr Int, 11,800 Mi,
Go to www.
for photos, Nota deal-
er, $30,900
convertible, 27,000 origi-
nal miles, mint condi-
tion. $15,000
call 920-946-2044
JAGUAR 1995 XJ6, very
clean, new tires, ready
to go, 1st $6 300, garage
kept. 4
0 813-310-7749 4
JAGUAR 1998 XJ8 bik
immac. cond., loaded,
sunroof, 82K new tires
& brakes. $15,000.
KIA 2003 Optima LX 44k
mi $11,900 4 door
auto/cruise,' ABS
KNAGD128035200828, 6
cyl AM/FM CD/cass,
A/C, cruise, driver/pass
airbags, pwr locks &
windows (585)738-4733
KIA 2003 SPECTRA, 4 dr
Gold/Tan intr.,auto, 26K
mi.,CD ply,exist. 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 2003 SC430 Road-
ster, 28K miles, warran-
ty, Carfax, nay., NS, new
$67,000, offered at
LINCOLN 1 9 9 3
TOWNCAR, mint cond.,
Ithr intr, fully loaded,
low miles runs great.
$1,800. 772-418-2911
LINCOLN 1996 Towncar.
Low miles, 1 owner,
leather & loaded.
$6900 OBO.
Call (813) 469-1355

Convertible w/hrd top
red w/tan int., runs
great. Ice air, classic,
$3900 813-966-9377
I MERCEDES 1996 107k
mi E320 107K SLVR/ |
NU $7950 784-8660
MERCEDES 2000 S430,
silver/black interior,
exc cond, ext'd warran-
ty, all records $22,900
obo. 813-690-1533
MERCEDES 2000 S500,
87mi., Black w/ Beige
*Ithr, navigation, all pwr,
6CD chgr exc. condo.
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.
Cabriolet, silver over
black, showroom new,
8700 miles $35,900.
Call 813-727-0266
MERCEDES 2003 S600
AMG sport package,
29K mi, keyless go,
phone, navigation, CD,
actory warranty
AC/heated seats, wood
steering, every option
avail. Pristine cond The
best of the best! Only
$64,900. 727-647-2177

(CAutomobiles for Sale))
MERCEDES 2004 E320
Wagon! Elegant,
charcoal grey.
20K miles. $39,500.
Call (863) 687-8907.

MITSUBISHI 1994 3000
GT, auto V6 AC,
sunroof, all power, runs
& looks great $3,500 or
best offer. 813-317-5886

Spyder GT Convt.,
23K mi., Blue, garaged,
Ithr, whi locks, exc.
$16,500. 727-656-1762

MITSUBISHI 2003 Eclipse
GT auto sunroof black,
81K miles, new tires.
Runs Great. $8750

NISSAN 1995 Sentra GXE
light blue, auto, 169K
mi, runs great. Exc car.
$2,050 813-671-9694

NISSAN 2004 350Z, Tour-
ing Edt, White, 9,000
miles, Perfect in every
way, Garage Kept,
$29,500... 813-785-2584

OLDS 1988 Cutlass Ciera
4 dr, rey at 6v 2.8
$750000 0 13-f52-6475

PONTIAC 1 9 9 4
BONNEVILLE, 1 owner,
White w/ Burgandy
intr, exc. cond., 106K
mi., $2,950 813-962-0261

PONTIAC 2000 Trans Am
Cony., V8, red, chrome
whls, Ithr, CD, auto., 65K
mi, arage kept, beauti-
ful. $15,900 813-505-8453

PORCHE 1990 911 Conv.
Grand Prix White w/
Graphite Lthr, 5spd, 60K
Ml. Too many xtras to
list. $23K obo. 301-1444

SAAB 1999 9-3Turbo SE,
Beautiful silver conver.
like new, ext/int/mech.
warty carport kept 727-
804-7639 $11,995 Firm.

dr, Silver, 1 owner 16K
mi., A/C AM/FM/CD
good cond. $12,000
BO. (813)988-8467

TOYOTA 1987 Celica new
clutch, braKes, axles &
tires cold air, 35mpg
very dependable. $1850

V6, auto, A/C, new
paint, new tires, new
brakes, all power,
$2,800obo 813-784-4857

TOYOTA 1996 Avalon &
Lincoln 1997 Continen-
tal Ithr, fully loaded,
Call 813-962-5969
or 813-967-3604

TOYOTA 1998 Camry LE,
AT PL, PW, Cruise,
113K, VGC,

TOYOTA 2004 Camry LE
V6, 36K, ABS, all pwr
Prem wheels, moonroof
JBL. CD. Exc. $18,500
obo 813-917-9391

TOYOTA 2005 Camry
11,500 miles, 5 sp, AC
PW, PL & Crs, CD. Sell
for balance owed.

TOYOTA 2005 Prius Hy-
brid 22500mi 50+MPG
Salsa Red Like new

Beetle GTS, 87K mi, 5
Spd, lots of extras. Mint
cond! Cyber green,
$9800 Firm 813-684-7549

Volvo 2001 V70 T5 Wag-
on w/3rd row seats, ev-
ery option except nav.
Excellent condition.
$12k obo. 727-278-5898.

VW 2001 BEETLE, 4 cyl, 5
spd, 1.8L turbo charged
Green w/ graphics, 73K
mi. $8,700.
Call (813)886-5709

VW 2001 Passat Sedan,
NEW motor, white,
turbo, sunrf, alloys,
78K body mi, good cond.

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2005 Ford Excursion- #P7230
PW/PL, Tilt, Cruise, Leather, CD & more $39,849
2006 Ford Expedition #P7221
Front & RearANC, Cruise, PW/PL,Alloys, CD $25,949
2005 Ford Explorer -P7200
PW/PL, Tilt, Cruise, Leather, CD & more $21,787
2002 Ford F150- #P7257
Nice Truck!]Auto,NA/C, Bedliner,AM/FMCass S8,999

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2005 Ford F250 #261570A
Diesel, Super Cab, PW/PL, CD, Work In Style 28,949
2004 Ford F250 #261742A
Diesel, Super Crew, 4x4,Alloys & Morel! $30,747
2003 Ford F250- #P719
Diesel, Super Cab, PW/PL, CD,Alloys & More!t29,249
1999 Ford Ranger- #262455A
Great Truck! Great Fuel Economy! $7,988

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2003 Mercury Sable #262468A
Leather, PW/PL, Alum Wheels, CD & More *9,92
2000 Uincoln Navigator- #P7225A
Leather, Moon Roof & All the Toys!!! 14,232
2005 ULincoln Town Car- #261875A
Low Miles, Like New, Warranty $23,989
000 Lincoln Navigator- #25L122A
Has it AIll! DualANC, 3rd Row Seats & More! 18,949

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2000 Chrysler LHS #25L122A
Spolty Begemn Eniton, Leatr, WI.&PL&Momre! 7,838
2003 M MM" ou-taieer #261742A
Leather, PW/PL, CD, 3rd Row & More 16,434
2005 Lincoln LS Sport- #26LO48A
PW/PL, PWR Seats, Dual Climate CTRL& More! 23,989

* Prices include all rebates and discounts, including Ford Finance Bonus Cash and Owner Loyalty Bonus. All prices are plus tax, tag and
$525 dealer fees." F250 and Expedition lease based on RCL 39 months, 12,000 miles per year. $1500 due at signing. Payments do not
include taxes. Must be 700+ Beacon to quality for programs. ** Lease offers require previous FMCC Account, 12k miles per year.

*Prices include all rebates and discounts, including Ford Rnance Bonus Cash and Owner Loyalty Bonus. All prices are plus tax, tag and $525
dealer fees. Lease offers require previous FMCC Account, 12k miles per year.

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