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Locals join



Hundreds take
day off work,
school to rally.

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Call To Prayer Has Hometown Flavor

The 55th annual National Day
of Prayer again will be celebrated
May 4 in Plant City.

l Many area churches and pas--
tors are coordinating their efforts
to continue a tradition started b\
a congressional decree back in
the era of President Harry S. Tru-
The Rev. Norman Blanton of
Somebody Cares Plant City is
coordinating the local efforts.
"We invite all who care to join

in the celebration of prayer to
join us on this important day,"
Blanton said.
Ministers from Baptist, Presby-
terian and Methodist churches,
the Bread of Life Mission and the
Church of God are taking part in
the day-long event.
A day of prayer breakfast is
being offered at Shiloh Baptist

Church, 1104 Cason St., from 7 to
8 a.m. Cost is $5 per person.
And a noontime hour of prayer
will be observed at city hall, 302
W. Reynolds St.
A community prayer and praise
service will take place between 7
and 8 p.m. at the Plant City
Church of God, 2103 Mudlake

Hundreds p3y tribute
as RobertTrinkle
picks up the Plant
City Photo Archive's
Heritage Award.

Walden Lake gets a
new pavilion, the first
of its kind in Plant
City, and surprises
their principal.





Find out who will
be performing at
this year's Tampa
Bay Blues Festival.
Tomorrow in
The Tampa Tribune
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Double act:,Caff and 'M*A*S*Htake stage

Plant City Children's Theatre
Guild will present excerpts
-from "Cats" May 5 at 8 p.m.
S; and May 6 at 2 p.m. at the
Cornerstone Center. 315 N.
Collins St. Among those
performing are: Jode Hansen,
Kristine Huntsinger, Todd and
-- Yvonne Swerling, Heather
Gentry, Kim Hall, Erick Corryn,
;4 Jennifer Russell, Maura Hope,
Samantha Hall, Damon Brown,
Samantha Hall, Katie Barr,
A LMegan Ferman, Lisa Steinbren-
ner, Shawna Cook, Marissa
Aloyo, Samantha Bell, Roger
Huntsinger, Damonique
McClain, Cassandra Lawhon
and Jelleca Ball. Tickets are $5
in advance or $10 at the door,
and may be purchased at
Jackie's Dance Studio, 507 N.
Wheeler St., or Hardee's
Fashion Center, 1501 N.
Wheeler St. Call: 752-1621.

Plant City Entertain-
ment Inc., in conjunc-
tion with Hillsborough
Community College, is
staging "M*A*S*H," the
play that spawned a
movie-and long-running
television show. The
acting troupe will stage
the comedy May 5-6 and ,
12-13 at 8 p.m. at HCC's
Plant City campus, 1206
N. Park Road. General
admission tickets are
$10, and $8 for seniors
55 and older and for
students through the
12th grade. Tickets may
be purchased at the
door, beginning at 7 p.m.
each night of the play or
in advance at Hardee's
Fashions, 1501 N.-
Wheeler St. Call:
Frances Hardee,
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State softball
championships in town
The Florida High School
Athletic Association's girls
state softball championships
are scheduled for May 8-13 at
Plant City Stadium.
The final four teams in six
school classifications will play
semifinal games Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at
noon, 2, 5 and 7 p.m.
Championship games on
Tuesday and Thursday will be
at 5 and 7 p.m. with Saturday's
championship games at 1 and
3 p.m.
Admission is $7 per two-
game session-
The stadium will be cleared
between sessions. Parking is
$5 per car.'
For more information, visit
www.fhsaa.org/sb or contact
Carlton Benton at cbenton-
@plantcitygov.com- or 659-
4200, Ext. 4304.

Barker Watkins joins archives
Betty Barker Watkins is
joining the Plant City Photo
Archives' advisory council.
Most recently, Barker Wat-
kins has been working to help
collect photos of Plant City
area residents for the "When
We Were Kids" collection,
which was unveiled at the
organization's annual gala
April 29 at Hillsborough Com-
munity College.
The former Methodist mis-
sionary, teacher and musician
was, in 1968, the first woman
elected to the city commis-
She served for three terms.

Award for Lincoln Elementary
Lincoln Elementary School
of Technology, 1207 E. Renfro
St.,- was among 10 Hills-
borough County magnet
schools to win merit awards at
last month's Magnet Schools
of America conference in
Omaha, Neb.
Dunbar, Lee, Lincoln and
Lomax elementary magnet
schools, and Progress Village,
Williams and Young middle
magnet schools \\ere named
Schools of Distinction, which
is the second highest category
of recognition announced at
the annual conference.

Learning Center enrolling
Evangelical Presbyterian
Church Learning Center is
now enrolling students for the
fall term.
The learning center, 1107
Charlie Griffin Road, offers a
state-subsidized pre-kinder-
garten program and a
traditional preschool pro-
Both programs are half day
and begin Aug. 3.
All classes have a teacher for
every 10 children.
Call: 759-9383.


Send to:
The Courier
101 N. Wheeler St.
Plant City, FL 33566

KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
A bus leaves El Rincon Mexicana on State Road 574 in Plant City for the "Day Without An Immi-
grant" rally in Tampa. About 300 locals traveled to Tampa for the immigrant rights protest.

Hundreds Join Immigration Protest



Plant City joined a national
protest for immigrant rights
May 1 with hundreds of
Hispanic workers taking the
day off and more than 50 busi-
nesses closing their doors.
About 200 Hispanic students
at Plant City High School also
took the day off, school offi-
cials said.
Buses ferried nearly 300
people from Plant City to the
Day Without An Immigrant
rally in Tampa, which drew an
estimated 3,000 to 4,000 peo-
"As business owners, we are
saying we support the cause of
the immigrants," said Leticia
Astello, the owner of the El
Rincon Mexicana and Tequi-
las on State Road 574 in Plant
City. Both were closed May 1,
and El Rincon's parking lot
acted as a pickup point for the
Astello, a Honduran immi-
grant who built her businesses
from the ground up, said she
and other eastern Hills-
borough County immigrants
met withth the United Immi-
grants for Freedom group last
week at a Plant City hotel to
plan their part in the protest.
Protesters say they oppose
stricter immigration laws that
are being debated in
"People feel very strongly
about this," said Michelle,
Manning, a Hillsborough
Community College student
who took part in the protest.
"We are talking about bills
that would make illegal immi-
grants felons and their chil-
dren wards of the state."
Manning, a business admi-
nistration major, said immi-
grants are vital to the U.S.
"Our message today is that
without immigrants the U.S.
, economy will hit the ground,"'
h.it- daid. "The immigrants. aie
Ltie oneu -orkjng the low-pay
ing service jobs from the food
industry to cleaning."

Julio Talavera works for
several grocery stores in Plant
City and Dover.
But on Monday he was busy
organizing bus schedules for
the protest.
"I know our businesses
would not be a success with-
out the immigrants," Talavera
said. "The immigrants are
doing the jobs most people
won't do like picking the
tomatoes, strawberries and
oranges. They are very hard-
working people."
Mike Mahdi owns Dover
Market. The store opened in
1974 as Cubanos by Lindolfo
Rivera and was the first
Hispanic store in eastern
Hillsborough County, accord-
ing to locals.
"We closed today to show
support for the immigrants,"
said Mahdi, himself an immi-
grant from the Middle East.
"These immigrants work hard
and spend money here. They
should be able; to become
Handing out American flags
to protesters as they boarded
the bus for Tampa, Rene
Valenzuela said illegal immi-
grants want to be part of the
"No one wants to be illegal.
They want to pay taxes. They
want to be part of the coun-
try," said Valenzuela, presi-
dent of the Association of
Businesses of Central Florida,
a Hispanic business group.
"We also know there has be
border and immigration con-
trols. But we are just raising
our voice here today. We
would just like justice."
Valenzuela, who owns Del
Pueblo Meat Market, 1709 W.
Thonotosassa Road, said at
least 1,000 people from Dover,
Plant City and Lakeland
attended the protest. "I know I
saw many of my customers
Protesters also picked up
their own garbage after the
rally, said Valenzuela. "Every-
one had their, say. It was very
peaceful.", "

I Students mark protest ,
Several hundred area stu-
.dents also decided to fake off.
May 1'.
At Plant City High School,

41 percent of Hispanic stu-
dents were in attendance on
Monday, compared to 91 per-
cent, the previous week,
according to the school dis-
In all, the school had 400
students missing Monday,
half of those were Hispanic.
Normally, about 200 students
are absent on any given day.
Durant had 370 students
absent Monday. Last Monday
the number was 206.
Students who notified their
school that they would be
absent on Monday will have
an excused absence for that
Many without rides to the
Tampa protest, about 100
Plant City and Durant stu-
dents, gathered at the Mend-
oza home on Webb Road for a
barbecue and volleyball.
But instead of graduations
and gowns, much of the talk
among the students was about
"These immigrants came
here to work," said Emilio
Mendoza, a business student
at HCC. "But HR 4437 would
criminalize immigrants."
HR 4437, a bill passed by the
U.S. House of Representatives
in December, would make
illegal immigration a felony.
The U.S. Senate bill does not
contain the same language.
The Senate and House have to
come up with a compromise
bill, which will then go to Pres-
ident Bush for his signature.
Only then, barring legal chal-
lenges, will it become law.
"Today's protest is a state-
ment," said Moises Lugo, a
sophomore at Durant High.
"It took a long time for folks to
get here, but now they just
want to kick us out."
"We want everyone to know
what we stand for," said Lugo's
sister, Geneva, a HCC student,
whose father came to U.S.
from Mexico.
Carlos Trejo, a 15-year-old
Durant student said immi-
grants want the same "rights
as everyone else. We are hard-
working people. It's: not like
we are corrupting the coun-
.All the students are U.S. cit-
izens, but said they want to
support the immigrant cause.

MAY 4, 2006 + THE COURIER 3


The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department bet-
ween April 16-20.

April 16
Drug investigation, 6:56
p.m., South Collins and East
Alabama streets
Vehicle burglary, 7 p.m., 400
block of South Thackery Way
Criminal mischief, 10:15
p.m., 1200 block of West Ball

April 17
Criminal mischief, 12:14
a.m., 1500 block of East Loui-
siana Street
Aggravated assault, 12:43
a.m., 900 block of North
Nancy Terrace
Vehicle burglary, 2 a.m.,
3300 block of Silvermoon
Petty theft, 6:28 a.m., 3900
block of West Highway 92
Retail theft, 11:05 a.m., 2100
block of James L. Redman
Petty theft, 3 p.m., 200 block
West of Alexander Street
Petty theft, 3 p.m., 2200
block of North Park Road

April 18
Stolen license plate, 9 a.m.,
200 block of West Alexander
Drug investigation, 1:11
a.m., Empire and Washington
Drug investigation, 10:10
p.m., 2200 block of North Vil-
lage Park Road

April 19
Aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon, 3 a.m., 2400
block of James L. Redman
Drug investigation, 9 .a.m.,
West Reynolds and North
Walker streets
Battery, 12:30 p.m., 2800
block of Airport Road
Criminal mischief, 3 p.m.,
2400 block of East Cherry
Battery,-3 p.m., 1200 block
of West Grant Street
Burglary residence, 5:30
p.m., 1800 block of West
Charlotte Street
Aggravated assault, 6:27
p.m., 400 block of West Maho-
ney Street
Retail theft, 6:30 p.m., 400
block of North Alexander
Drug investigation, 6:53
p.m., Broad and Bates streets
Vehicle theft, 7 p.m., 100
block of North Pearl Street
Vehicle burglary, 7:10 p.m.,
700 block of South Evers
Battery, 10:11 p.m., 2400
block of James L. Redman

April 20
Grand theft, 1 a.m., 2000
block of North Wheeler Street
Criminal mischief, 2:27
a.m., 2700 block of Paul Buch-
man Highway
Aggravated assault, 5:32
p.m., 1300 block of West
Washington Street
Criminal mischief, 5:50
p.m., 1100 block of North
Bracewell Drive
Burglary structure, 6 p.m.,
2800 block of Hammock
Drive ,.
Grand theft, 8 p.m., 3500
block 'of Walden Reserve
Vehicle burglary, 10:30
p.m., 300 block of South
Frontage Road


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Search Warrant Nets Drugs, Suspects

When Plant City Police served a drug
search warrant April 24 at 601 1/2 N.
Pennsylvania Ave., they found three
illegal immigrants, an array of drugs,
cash and more. All told, five people face
charges that range from parole violations
to drug possession.
Police say they seized 21.8 grams of
methamphetamine, 7.2 grams of cocaine,
2 grams of marijuana, a .38 caliber hand-
gun and $306 in cash from the home.
According to Sgt. Steve Singletary,
those arrested were:
\Walter Hidalgos Ruiiz-Gonzalez, 35,
who lives at the address. He was charged
with trafficking-in methamphetamine,
possession of cocaine, possession of
fraudulent identification cards and
possession of drug paraphernalia.


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Guillermo Aguinaga, 21, was charged
with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Christian Lopez Gonzalez, 19, was
charged with violation of probation and
possession of cocaine.
Tomas Cruz, 31, was charged with
possession of drug paraphernalia.
Raul Marcelina, 23, was charged with
possession of methamphetamine and
possession of drug paraphernalia.
Police said they also found a machete,
SUR 13 gang symbols and brass knuckles
at the home.
Cruz, Marcelina and Ruiz-Gonzalez
were also found to be in the country ille-
gally, police said.
All those arrested were taken to Hills-
borough County's Orient Road Jail.
3 die in traffic crash
Two men from 1tursi.i a small town
,outh.i:-as, of Bartow, and a 16-year-old
Plant City girl, died in a single-car crash
on Wiggins Road at about 4:30 a.m. April

The Hillsborough County Sheriff's
Office identified the victims as Ruben
Wilkens, 21, and Michael Poppell, 20,
both of Alturas; and VenesaWilliamson of
Plant City.
The only survivor of the wreck was
Derek Williamson, 19, of Plant City, who
was taken to the hospital in serious con-
dition, police said.
Police said the four were traveling
northbound in a 1996 Ford Windstar
minivan on Wiggins Road, near Fancy
Farms Road, in foggy conditions when
the accident happened.
The driver of the van (whose identity is
still unclear) lost control and drove off the
right shoulder of the road, police said.
The minivan rolled over, struck a tree and
ended up in a ditch.
Two of the occupants were found out-
side the van and the other two were found
in the rear of the van.
Investigators said the occupants were
not wearing seat belts.
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In May of 2002, Charity Wright gave her Salutatorian speech ...

... to her family, classmates and faculty of Armwood Senior High. That same year
Charity enrolled in Barnard College of Columbia University in New York, where
she will now receive her Bachelor of Arts Degree on May 16, 2006. She will
graduate with a major in English, minoring in Political Science and Dance. I CV-01e
Charity has served for the past four years as Student Representative
for Barnard Library and on the Academic Information Service Committee
where she received the Student Leadership Award. She has counseled
asthmatic children regarding prevention of asthma attacks, and
tutored students to help them obtain their GEDs. L
Charity studied abroad in Madrid, Spain during her Junior Year.
While there, she taught English language skills, worked as a Political
Journalist, and wrote articles for the Syracuse University in Madrid. i '
She participated in a convention of social-political issues where the
King and Queen of Spain, Ambassadors, Presidents and Prime Ministers
from all over the world were present. Charity was instrumental in helping ',
catalog human rights violations against women and proposing legislative

Congratulations Char!

reform concerning abortion rights in Columbia. In her spare time she traveled
extensively throughout the European continent.
In New York, Charity was chosen to be an Executive Assistant to
President Clinton's chief fund-raising program, scheduling international
.. i meetings and patron follow-up calls.
After graduation, Charity will be affiliated with the firm of Simpson,
.i 1 Thacher and Bartlett, LLP, for a year before she will seek to obtain her
Masters Degree and continue on to law school to pursue a degree in
International Law.
A' As Dr. Allen, Principal of Armwood, said in 2002, "Charity's an
absolute bundle of energy and the most positive individual I've ever
S seen. When she sets.a goal, nothing gets in her way".
Charity's proud parents, Tammy Wright and Steve Wright; her
brother, Christian Wright of Emory University in Atlanta, Ga.; and her
grandparents C.W. and Betty Dukes, look forward to joining Charity in
New York to attend her graduation from Barnard College on May 16th.

're so proud of you!

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Solidarity March for Israel
March from Curtis Hixon Park
to Plant Park begins at ii.am
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Festival Activities p1'P.,.r[
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Springhead's kindergarten roundup
Springhead Elementary School, 3208 S.
Nesmith Road, plans a kindergarten
roundup May 4 at 9 a.m. in the school
media center. The event is for children who
are 5 years old on or before Sept. 1 and plan
to attend the school. There will be an ori-
entation and classroom visitation for the
new students. Parents must provide a birth
certificate, immunization record, physical
exam form, Social Security card and verifi-
cation of residence.
Call: 757-9321.

Mature drivers wanted
An AARP "55 Alive" driver safety class is
planned May 4 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alex-
ander St. Fee is $10 per person. Registration
deadline is three days before class. Insur-
ance discounts may be available to anyone
55 and older, consult your insurance agent.
To register, call 754-4444.

Federal employees to meet
The Strawberry Chapter of the National
Association of Retired and Current Federal
Employees will meet May 4 at 1:30 p.m. at
First Baptist Church's Single Ministries
Building at the corner of Baker and Collins
streets. William Mumbauer 'will discuss
estate planning. Information: Dick Zeiner,
759-2887, or pazrsz@aol.com.

Community Expo on tap
The Plant City Community Expo is
planned May 4 from 2 to 6 p.m. at the John
R. Trinkle Multi-Purpose Center at Hills-
borough Community College, 1206 N. Park
The event will feature more than 50 busi-
nesses, free food, door prizes and givea-
ways. Admission is free.
Information: 754-3707 or amy@plantci-

Little League registration
Plant City Little League is planning a fall
instructional program for baseball and
softball. Registration at Mike Sansone Park,
1702 N. Park Road, is set May 5 from 6:30 to
8 p.m.; May 6 and 20" from 9 a.m. to noon
and June 24 from 9 a.m. to noon. Fee: $45. A
birth certificate is required for all new play-
ers. Call: 752-8941.

Bryan Elementary garage, bake sale
Bryan Elementary School plans a garage
and bake sale at the school, 2006 W. Oak
Ave., May 6 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. All pro-
ceeds benefit a staff member who was
recently diagnosed with breast cancer. The
event is sponsored by the school's PTSA,
Hillsborough County' School Health
Department and school staff. Call: :57-

Car wash benefits students
Friends and family of Plant City High
School students plan a car wash fundraiser
to benefit three students recently involved
in two separate car accidents that resulted
in serious injuries and one fatality. The car
wash is set May 6 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
behind Checkers and Subway at 2405 James
L. Redman Parkway. Refreshments will be
available. Call: 752-0322.

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

Fire Alert Day,
Children will be able to get hands-on
with fire safety equipment at Fire Alert Day
May 6 from 9 a.m. to noon at Mike Sansone
Park, 1702 N. Park Road.
The event will be hosted by the Plant City
Noon Rotary Club. Smokey the Bear also
plans a visit.
All children who participate in the event


Picks of the Week

Photo courtesy of First Baptist Church of Plant City

Annie Moses Band performs
The Annie Moses Band will perform May 7 at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. at the First
Baptist Church of Plant City's worship center, 503 N. Palmer St. The Annie Moses
Band is a family of musicians with parents, Bill and Robin Wolaver, and their six
children playing instruments. Their musical style ranges from classic folk tunes to
popular hymns such as "Amazing Grace" They also compose original pieces. Admis-
sion is free, and a love offering will be taken. Call: Myrle Henry, 752-4094.

Kyla Marisa Gamble memorial
Family and friends of Kyla Marisa Gamble are
invited to celebrate her life May 6 at 3 p.m. at
Mount Enon Cemetery, 3624 N. Frontage Road.
The 16-year-old died Dec. 27, 2005, in a car
accident on Knights-Griffin Road. Organizers will
be releasing butterflies in her memory at 3 p.m.
s Call: 754-0254 or 757-0235.

Photo courtesy of Gamble family

Photo courtesy of Hopewell Baptist Church

Hopewell dedicates building
Hopewell Baptist Church, 6001 S. State Road 39, one of the area's oldest churches,
will dedicate a new building May 7. The Rev. Wayne Clayton will lead the dedication
service at 10:30 a.m. An open house will follow the services from 1 to 3 p.m. The new
facility is designed for special conferences, musical presentations, fellowship
dinners and worship services. The church is also planning special services on
Mothers' Day, May 14, and a homecoming service May 21. Call: 737-3053.

See CALENDAR, Page 20



Fishing seminar
Bill Heard Chevrolet and
Harolds Outdoors Inc. hold a
fishing seminar with refresh-
ments and prizes on the third
tuesday of every month from
6:45 to 8:45p.m. at the car
dealer at 2002 N. Frontage
Call: 752-5123.

Network Professionals
Network Professionals of
Plant City Inc. meets at 11:45
a.m. Thursday at City Grill,
1701 S. Alexander St. Call:
Michael Gottesman: 754-

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

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

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club
invites singles to a dance
every Friday from 8 p.m. to
midnight at the Stardust
Dance Center in Plant City
Plaza, 1405 Collins St. The
cost is $5 for members, $7 for
Call: 752-9277 or 759-

Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan Club
meets the first and third
Thursday of every month at 6:
45 a.m. at the Orange Blos-
som Tea Room, 106 S. Evers
Call: Ann Churchwell, 986-

AI-Anon meeting
Hope Al-Anon meets
Monday at 7:30'p.m. at St.
Clement Catholic Church,
1104 N. Alexander St., Room
Call: 752-5316.
H r
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 United
Methodist Church Wesley
Call Don Rainard, 707-

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-

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.

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Scooting Around High Gas Prices

There's a process that has
most Americans' "petro-fied."
First there's a distinct pop as
the little door flaps open, then
a hollow clank as the nozzle is
mated with the filler pipe. Next
the whoosh of the hose,
followed by the clicking of the
pump. That sound you hear as
you plunge the gas nozzle into
your thirsty "means of trans-
portation" is dollar bills
pouring down the pipe into
your vehicle's gas tank,
burbling away as you feed the
starving glutton.
The process is ended as the
automatic trigger shuts off the
flow of gasoline with a kind of
mechanical smirk.
A glance at the gas pump
and you wince at what you see:
$46, $65-or even $72 to fill the
With gas prices reaching an
all-time high, a trip to the
pumps can feel like an efficient
mugging. You stop at a gas
station with an empty tank and
leave with empty pockets.
Upset by today's $3 price for
a gallon of gasoline? At $4 a
gallon, would you swap that
cumbersome vehicle of yours
for a more fuel-efficient ride?
At $5, would you carpool, take
the bus or heaven forbid --
walk? Just how high must gas
prices go before you shout
And don't depend on the
government for a solution; our
high gas prices and Middle
East energy dependence are


Why we are


I vividly remember being 17
and finally getting my "'green
card" in the mail.
We were picking strawber-
ries in Dover.
I somehow expected to feel
different once I had this
elusive document in hand.
Little did I know that a piece of
paper cannot give you what
you never had to begin with.
I had grown up in this
country as an undocumented
migrant farmworker and knew
very well what that meant.,
Funny thing is the document
did not change my feeling of
inadequacy or even change the-
way we were treated by locals.
Living in Plant City has not
been easy. Many are so
resentful of our presence that
they go out of their way to
inform us of their dislike. Still
many just pretend we do not
exist and frankly look the other
way when we are in need. To
some in Plant City "Mexican"
is a dirty word.
I mention all this because I
have noticed many local folks
are upset that undocumented
immigrants should have the
"gall" to protest pending
I read and hear comments
from people who are feeling
threatened or insulted by Latin
immigrants. Many are angry,
some are fearful, few I doubt
truly understand. They do not



nothing new for Americans.
For a historical reference,
see Carter, Jimmy, 1977.
So, what are you going to
Isn't it about time to kick the
gas-guzzling habit?
Most everyone agrees that
these still are pricey times to
be driving. Consequently,
people are increasingly looking
for ways to fill that bottomless
gas tank less frequently.
According to HARTline, bus
ridership is up, the people at
Fun Bike Center in Lakeland
say motorcycles and scooter
sales are soaring, and people
are talking about changing
their driving habits, just as
they did 30 years ago.
But what about you!?
Ever note how walking is
considered so pedestrian these
days? Why foot it to work when
you can bike it? Or in-line
skate, or skateboard, for that

understand that for many of
my people, the need to feed
their families is greater than
their own comfort or safety.
What are we protesting?
For starters we are protest-.
ing this country's political
hypocrisy in regards to
immigration. Do you really
believe that the world's most
powerful nation cannot stop
peasants at the border? They
come here because they know
that their crossing will be
overlooked by the border
patrol when it is convenient
for the American economy.
This country spends billions
of dollars to pretend to stop
undocumented immigrants
from coming. With the excep-
tion of Mexicans, most other
undocumented immigrants in
this country come with a legal
visa and just stay once it has
Please do not tell me you are
doing this to stop terrorists.
We all know that this country
will grant a visa to anyone who
has enough money, and it
would appear that terrorists
are well funded. So bottom
line is that this is about Mexico
and not about stopping others
from coming.
Yet another reason for the
protest is that over the years
mistreatment of Mexican
immigrants has increased.
Many of our children have
grown up here exposed'to this
double standard and are
frankly just tired of looking the
other way. Those you see
marching are mostly the
American-born children of

Jerry Lofstrom and wife, Marti, try out his scooter.

matter. Wheels, it seems, are
better than feet. And if you're
not convinced that a simple
stroll is tres d6mod6, consider
the latest trend in gas-saving
transportation scooters.
Aside from the great gas
mileage, scooters are fun. They
turn errands into adventures.
It's that simple. Most of them
have enough storage space so
when the boss tells you to go to
the store for a carton of milk
and a loaf of bread, no prob-
lem. Off you go on your scooter
with a secret route all your
own and pull up to the front
door of the supermarket.

current or former undocu-
mented immigrants who, for
the first time, feel empowered
to stand up and speak up.
Now our legislators, in their
infinite pursuit of political
brownie points, have written
proposals that would make
immigrants' lives in this
country even harder. One
proposal calls for making
anyone who is in this country
without proper documenta-
tion a felon. Undocumented
individuals would be branded
felons and therefore be forever
ineligible to become legal. In.
essence, this legislation is
proposing the creation of a
permanent underclass.
Another part of the proposal
would punish anyone or any
agency helping undocumented
immigrants. Many people
focus on the proposed wall at
the Mexico/U.S. border.
Frankly, I doubt the U.S. would
have the gall to build the kind
of symbol that they go around
the world tearing down.
Just what these legislators
were thinking is beyond my
comprehension. What is
obvious is that they have no
idea how hard the life of an
undocumented immigrant is
in this country.
Many claim undocumented
workers "use up" American
resources, that they do not pay
taxes and are a drain on our
economy. How absurd. Every
time you purchase something
you pay taxes. Moreover, these
individuals work under fake
and borrowed Social Security
numbers and they and their

As gas prices reach record
levels, the peppy, fuel-sipping
motor scooters are attracting
I brought my Honda scooter
home in July 2002 without a lot
of hoopla. But $3 a galloon has
changed that. Nowadays my
little scooter gets recognized -
oftentimes greeted with
reverence as I pull to the gas
"Wish I had a scooter right
now," or "Bet you go a long
way on a gallon of gas," they
say, drooling like Pavlov's dog
as I break the news: the scooter
See LOFSTROM, Page 23

employers pay into the federal
tax system.
An even larger number work
ti under real Social Security
numbers that are not their
own but who have permission
from the owner to use. Many
people who live in other-
countries but have U.S.
documents want their num-
bers to "be worked" so some
day they can be eligible for
I am extremely proud and
grateful to be an American
citizen. My people are, for the
most part, hardworking,
honest individuals who, like
everyone else, are trying to
improve their lives.
The waiting list for an
approved U.S. visa for Mexi-
cans is about 15 years. This is
only if you have a category that
qualifies you to petition. For
the average poor Mexican
there is no such category. So
you see, they cannot get
"legal" papers to come even if
they request them.
Please do not blame your
humble servants. Look else-
where for this generation's
scapegoats. Believe me, my
people will serve you happily
for no more than a kind word
and encouragement.
Together we can make this
work and show the world that
America is a welcoming nation
which not only preaches but
also practices freedom and
equality for all.
Guadalupe Lamas
Plant City


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Stephanie Bags Buck, But TI Gets The Prize

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Stephanie Wiggins holds
the honor of shooting the
largest buck last year at a
hunting camp in Georgia, but
that's not the only thing she's
excited about.
Stephanie and TJ Brannon
have announced the date for
their upcoming marriage -
May 20.
Though both are from Plant
City, they met for the first
time in Georgia at the camp
when TJ was visiting with his
aunt and uncle, Ricky and
Patty Brannon.
Stephanie's parents are
Kenny and Marci Wiggins of
Plant City. Congratulations to
this beautiful couple.

Robert Hunter earns top post
If good neighborhoods
and communities begin with
sound planning, then sound
planning begins with a good
Robert Hunter fits that
He was recently elected to
the board of directors in the
national organization of
professional planners. At the
recent American Planning
Association conference in
San Antonio, Texas, he
began a four-year term on
the board. His first year will
be as president-elect, with
two years as president and a
fourth as past-president.
Since 1987, he has been
executive director of the
Hillsborough County City-
County Planning Commis-
sion, and holds a master's
degree in architecture from
Texas A& M University.
We are fortunate that he
and and his wife, Vickie, call
Plant City home..

Robinsons host a tea for 60
You've heard of tea for
Well, April 15 was a perfect
tea-for-60 day.
On that day, guests
enjoyed an afternoon hosted
by the Plant City Corner-
stone Center and Jimmy Dan
and Karen Robinson at their
historic home.
The Orange Blossom Tea
Room catered the event, and
a delightful treat was Sylvia
Knox on the harp, a special
gift from her husband, Ben.
Cornerstone also plans a
tour of Plant City homes
May 20 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Tickets are $15. Call: 752-
All proceeds from Corner-
stone Center events go to the
renovation of the downtown
Cornerstone building.

Almost time for tea
The Camellia Rose Tea

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File photo
Above, Robert Hunter lives in
Plant City with his wife, Vickie.
At left, Stephanie Wiggins and
Ti Brannon plan a May 20
wedding. Below, Jeanne Burt,
left, and Althea Oliseck acted
as hostesses for the Corner-
stone tea.

Photo courtesy of Wiggins family

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Above, four generations enjoying the recent afternoon tea at
the home of Jimmy Dan and Karen Robinson were, from left,
Violete Massey, Fern Leitner, Lea Anne Beahm and Courtney
Beahm. Below, enjoying their recent trip to Ocala as part of Ron
Baker's Open Door Class at First United Methodist Church are
Charles Wright, Pam West, Marilyn Day, Barbara Miller, Bill
Miller, Anne Mitchell, Karen Wright, Harry West, Harry Day, Ron
Baker, Barbara Baker, Ed Rebman, Sherry Rebman, Marcie
Brewster, Roger Mitchell, Mark Brewster and Don Humphrey.

Photo courtesy of David Horn
Above, Robert Skolnick,
pictured with Tomlin's career
specialist David Horn, recently
picked up the Tomlin Middle
School United Way Volunteer
of the Year Award. At left,
Matthew McRae is the current
Florida bagpipe champion.

Photo courtesy of McRae family

Room is under renovation
on North Collins Street the
Old White's Pharmacy
building, next to Strawberry
Crossing collectibles and
England's Antiques.
Owners Lorena Jaeb and
Ellen Garrett anticipate a
June 1 opening.

Photo courtesy of Don Humphrey
Ellen and her assistant,
Patricia Baxter, just returned -
from the World Tea Expo in
Las Vegas.
They hope to include little
girl tea parties at the tea
I, for one, can't wait to
See BRIGGS, Page 15

Also enjoying the tea at the Robinsons were three Plant City
High alumni. From left are, Betty Sherrin, Geraldine Bates
Demming and Sally Verner. All three grew up on the same street.

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8-30-89 to 12-27-05
Now they have a
COUNTRY CUTIE in heaven too.

:..- To mv wonderful Momw & D
I know thie the hardest thing y:ou.
ever had rI: Vx. through. I am s:c sorr,
sti':ng for e ch other and for Jus tin
If VOLI eel ,ou have no strength lef
to v'o:u' Lord for strength and: pel:ace
also always look to me to help :,.ou'
is. always v'..Ith ,'O U. u kno... I've I
vOu through thI's anrI yo' u can also le
I have bigger shoulders than you th
need to smile just think of Hailey & L
worship their Popie & Mvleemee. Hel|
sure Hailey, & Logan always know
Aunt Kyla is. I love you both with all

We would like to invite our family and friends to join u
celebrating the life of our daughter and sister Kyla Marisa
we will be releasing butterflies in honor of her memc
This celebration will be held on May 6, 2006 at Mount Enon
We will be releasing the butterflies at 3:00 pm.
We would also like to thank you for all of your prayers
support during the loss of our Princess Kyla.
From the bottom of our hearts we appreciate all of your t
and kind words. We would also like to give a special thankyou
family at Trinity United Methodist Church. Your prayers, support
has really helped to lift the hearts of our family. Thank

Kyla was so full of life. Always with a beautiful smile on her face.
with her family and friends. Being 16 and having her own trucl
happy. Kyla still has a smile on her face because she is with
Kyla was a true COUNTRY CUTIE.
Please remember our daughter & sister Kyla Marisa Ga
With all our love,
Vaughn & Martha Gamble, Justin & Shawn Gamin
Kim LaGrone (Kimmy), J.J. Mixon, Coy Goff

both have
. Please be
& Shawn.
just look
e. rou can
Mkl heart
eaned on
?an on me.
link. If you
_ogan. They
p me make
who their
rnmy heart.

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I want to send special thar- yc t,.o ai of
Kyla's friends. It rnmaes my monm L dad so happy
that you still c all and sometimes stop by to see
tlhen just to let them kri ow you are thinking of
then and Kyla. It is so important to them that
Kyla's memory lives on and you are a big part of
making that happen. Thank you so much.
To my special Granny Jew.el Griffin. 'iou are
always a wonderful grandmother to all oF c',ur
grandchildren and great grandchildren. We are
so blessed to have you in our l,,es. Kyla knew all
she had to do was call you and you were always
there for her. Thank you for loving us so much.


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Gamble. .'."
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to our church
t and kindness
She loved being 3:".
k made her so
her Lord.
le.Please remember our Kyla
ble, when you get in your
vehicles and always put
ble, your seat belt on.

To my Beautiful Baby Ky:
W:'ids caannor descriLbe 1'ho much I miss )ou I 'a.,ant
n'i phone to ring juLISt .- I .can hear minirn, v.ill ,:u
talk to e'e? Imi borEd I miss your daily .i- it: 'Jit li
Hadle, & Logan I vill always make sure the., kri.cr:
yh,., their Aunt Kyla is I kno.x Haile, riise t-w iri ,
.3ioiinii the li..ing roc.ni '..irli ,ou And L,: ari hac. got-
ten :o bi I wsh ,ru C ui.i ld hold Im gii n irir I wantrou
t.:, -r1,:. you are rin hteao ALWAYS & FOREVER
I riow yO.u ae rin a beautiful place with ,oui Lcod but
,:ar't h-lp beirig -elfish. I want :,r i here so hadl. MN,
wor ld will never be the ai.:rme without you here Ml
,iear ache fo .r ou mn, beautiful bab, :,'r:ter. r.ny
Ba.:', Ky. MV priei.i.'i little Country Cutie. I ..ill alwa,.s
reriember you and I will always love you with all niy
heart You are now my Forever Angel I lo..e you



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The Bright Promise Of The Future

Each year at about this time my church sponsors
a dinner for those graduating from high school.
It is a catered, formal affair where we all dress up
and pretend to be sophisticated. We start with
fancy punch and elaborate hors d'oeuvres, and

practice up on our minglinI

The wait staff comprises
sophomores and juniors
dressed in crisp white but-
toned shirts. They give
everyone "the royal treat-
ment," knowing it will be their
turn soon enough. The
reception room is always
transformed with tablecloths,
mood lighting, decorations
and banners.
The seniors not only dress
up, but they actually sit with
their parents. Then the guest
list is rounded out with youth
advisers, church-school
teachers, pastors and their
This year, by virtue of the
same demographic anomalies
that flooded our church with
babies, there were just two
graduates, Traci and Jessie. As
always, however, the sense of
camaraderie was extraordi-
nary, the food wonderful, the
conversation scintillating and
the stories memorable.

The genius of the evening,
and the reason I am sharing
with you today, is bound in
the tradition of encourage-
ment. Before the evening
winds down each parent takes
a few minutes to talk about
their child and to reflect on
what has brought them to this
Then the floor is opened
up, and everyone has the
opportunity to say a few
sentences, remembering an
achievement or looking
forward to"the future.
Here's my point. Contrary
to so much that we hear and
read, these bright and
articulate young people have.
been thoughtfully instructed,
intellectually challenged, and
well-prepared for the future
while attending our public
high schools.
Bored? I don't think so.
Dumbed-down curricula? It's
a lot harder than when we


were kids. People who believe
public schools fail to provide
appropriate stimulation must
be unaware of subjects such
as AP chemistry, honors
English composition, or some
of the calculus and statistics
classes available.
During dinner Traci told
me how much she enjoyed
reading Fyodor Dostoevsky's
"Crime and Punishment,"
and Jessie talked about John
Steinbeck's "The Grapes of
Wrath." Traci's sister is
studying Latin in college but
she was already well-versed in
the subject when she gradu-
ated from Durant High

The point of a great
education is to provide
interested children and
parents the resources neces-
sary to achieve that end. The
key variable is the will of the
family. There's not a high
school in the country capable
of forcing an education when
neither the child nor the
parents are willing to step up
and take responsibility.
So, one by one, parents and
friends shared their hearts in
testimony to the grace and
the determination exhibited
by Traci and Jessie over the
years. Two beautiful and
exceptional young women
ready to leave home and
make their mark on the world.
Here is the hope vested in
such an evening. This August,
thousands of children will
enter kindergarten in the
Tampa area. Each and every
child owns the possibility of
turning 18 with the luminos-
ity and the uncompromising
belief of a Traci or a Jessie.
That's the promise of Ame-
Between now and 2019,
however, there is work to be
done. Let's not give up,
instead let's take a good look
at young people like Traci and

Jessie:What did it take for
them to reach this point?
Most of the answers can be
found in words like FAITH,
HOPE, BELIEF and especially
When it was my turn I
didn't have much to say. I
simply reminded the two
young adults that their
opportunity is one of translat-
ing what has worked for them
into good news for the world.
Then I quoted Paul from his
letter to another hopeful
people: "Do everything
without complaining or
arguing, so that you may
become blameless and pure,
children of God without fault
in a crooked and depraved
generation, in which you
shine like stars in the universe
as you hold out the word of
life." Philippians 2:14-16.
Good words for the rest of
us, too, and a much more
effective response than
simply complaining that we
are doomed.

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

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Three years in the making, Walden
Lake Elementary School's new
$150,000 pavilion was no surprise to
principal Frances Jackson. She had
been in on the all the meetings, fund-
raisers and planning sessions.
"You can ask any of the teachers or
parents here," said Jackson, who is
retiring after eight years as principal.
"I want to know everything that is
going on at my school."
But there was one big surprise teach-
ers and parents managed to keep from
Jackson. Surrounded by more than 700
students, faculty and well-wishers at
the pavilion dedication ceremony, City
Commissioner Rick Lott finally let the
cat of the bag the new pavilion would
be dedicated in her name.
"What a wonderful surprise," Jack-
son said, holding back tears and strug-
gling to be heard over the roar of
applause. "I feel very honored."
She was quick, however, to remind
students who they should be thanking
for the new pavilion, the first at any
school in Plant City.
"Boys and girls, I want you to know
that when you are out here enjoying
this pavilion that it was the work of
your parents and the community that
made this happen," she said.
Just one year ago, the pavilion
seemed liked a tall order.
"I have to say I raised an eyebrow
when I first heard their plans," said
Lott, who has two children at the
school. His wife, Dianna, is a member
of the school's PTA executive board,
which was heavily involved in fund-
raising and planning for the pavilion.
"I remember saying, 'You are going
to raise how much in what time? Yeah,
OK.' But they did it. I was blown away.
This is a great example of what can
happen when government and citizens
work together," Lott said.
Concerns about skin cancer and the
long-term effect of exposure to the sun
have made school pavilions a popular
cause at Florida elementary schools in
the past few years. Several elementary
schools in northwest Hillsborough
County have pavilions.
"Skin cancer was a concern," said
Cherity Miller, president of the school's
PTA. "We also don't have a gym here,
so this gives the children somewhere
to gather. It really is a multi-purpose
The school district contributed
$50,000 to the effort with the school's
PTA and Dad's Club raising another
$100,000. Part of that $100,000 was
realized by companies paying $1,000
to have their banners displayed inside
the pavilion.
One of those companies was Gerdau
Ameristeel, 4006 Paul Buchman High-
way,- which contributed more than
$10,000 in building materials and labor
to the project. Tom McDowell, a plant
supervisor at the company and Dad's
Club member, also became the unoffi-
cial pavilion project manager.
"I was in on quite a few meetings for
this," said McDowell as he quietly
watched the dedication ceremony. "It
was a great effort by everyone. Now the
kids can still go outside, rain or
shine." . ..... .

More than 700 parents, teachers and students turned for the dedication of the.pavilion.

KEVIN BRADY/Staff photos
Above, The fourth- and fifth-grade chorus at Walden Lake Elemen-
tary opened the dedication ceremony for the school's new $150,000
pavilion. Teachers plan to use it as an all-purpose meeting area.
Left, outgoing principal Frances Jackson received the biggest
applause of the afternoon when it was announced the new pavilion
would be dedicated in her name. Jackson has been the principal at
Walden Lake since 1998.-Below, Jackson was joined at the ribbon-
cutting ceremony by, from left, Dianna and Rick Lott, Dad's Club
member Tom McDowell and members of Walden Lake's PTA
executive board.

MAY 4, 2006 THE COURIER 13


Photo courtesy of Plant City Chamber of Commerce

Credit Union opens
Friends and co-workers gather for a ribbon cutting at Railroad & Industrial Federal Credit
Union, 1701 W. Baker Street. Information: Art Wood, 752-4209.

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

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.
Weekly square dances
Weekly plus-level square
dances with rounds are
offered Wednesdays from 7 to
9:30 p.m. at Strawberry
Square Dance Center, 4401
Boot Bay Road.
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The developer said it wasn't easy, but
The Village will soon become a reality.
Preliminary plans for the James L. Red-
man Parkway project, just south of the
Super Wal-Mart, will be the first new,
mixed-use development built in the city.
'The open-air design, using four separate
buildings surrounding a bricked boulevard,
is expected to be completed by the end of
the year.
Design drawings show retail stores,
general and professional offices, furniture
and appliance stores, with the possibility of
one tenant being an unspecified eatery.
Upstairs there will be a total of 10 apart-
ments of various sizes.
"After all we've been through, it seems a
miracle we are finally close to coming out
of the ground," said developer Donna Jean
Crocker told the city commission April 24
that she first applied for city permits in
October. Red tape and paperwork delays
kept her from getting approval on the site
plan until mid-April. That was at least two
months longer than expected, Crocker
"Time is money and I am disappointed in
the delays in starting this project," Crocker
told the commissioners. "Someone on the
city staff needs to stand up and be account-
Mayor John Dicks said he was trying to
get a handle on Crocker's specific com-
plaints and asked her for some time in
addressing the permitting process. While
recognizing that- the city may be going

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Artwork provided by Donna Jean Crocker
This artist rendering of The Village, a
project containing stores, offices, apart-
ments and possibly a restaurant, is being
built by W.E. Dentmon for developer
Donna Jean Crocker. This type of mixed-
use, open-air center is the first new
development of its kind in the city.
through growing pains in a rapidly
expanding building environment, Dicks
promised the city would investigate the
problems Crocker had faced.
The mixed-use concept which features
residential and commercial buildings in
one unified design is something city
commissioners have encouraged develop-
ers along the parkway to strongly
W.E. Dentmon Construction of Seffner
will build the project. The company has
built shopping centers, grocery stores,
schools and multi-familyprojects through-
out Florida, Georgia and Texas.
"We are excited to be involved in a
unique design like The Village," said James
Dentmon, a company marketing special-
ist. "This project incorporates quality
throughout, and will stand the test of time.
It will be a concept and development that
Plant City will be proud of."
Plans for four buildings, each two-sto-
ries high. Two will be 50 feet by 175 feet
with the narrow sides facing an entrance
See VILLAGE, Page 25

The Village, Plant City's first new mixed-use construction project, is
being built on Jim Redman Parkway, just north of the Lott-Mather
Dealership. Developer Donna Jean Crocker and James Dentmon, the
marketing specialist for builder W.E. Dentmon Construction, have seen
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share this with my 3-year-
old granddaughter, Kate. Not
long ago, I took her to a
Naples cafe, and when the
server took her plate away
she said, "Check, please!"
I want to teach her that tea
time is not to be rushed,
even for little feisty girls.
Wish me luck.

Royal accolades
2005 Strawberry Queen
Ashley Rae Watkins can add
another accolade to her long
list of accomplishments.
This senior class and
student council president
was chosen the 2006 prom
queen at Plant City High.
Jason Brown was the king.
Durant High School's
queen was Christin Berdy
and Casey Beaty king.
Best wishes to all these
fine young people.

This lad knows his pipes
Congratulations to Mat-
thew McRae for gold medals
in the Strathspey, Reel and
at the Zephyrhills Celtic
Festival and the 40th annual
Dunedin Scottish Highland
Games and Festival.
He won the Advanced
Level One Grade Pipe Master
Irma Kleckner Aggregate
Trophy and the Bagpiper of
the Day trophy, and is the
reigning Florida State
Bagpipe Champion. Mat-
thew, a sophomore at the
University of South Florida,
studying history and
political science, is the son
of Robin and Joe McRae of
Plant City.
A trip to compete in
Scotland this summer is in
the making, and we wish
him well.

United Way taps
student for award
Robert Skolnick repre-
sented Tomlin Middle
School at the recent United
Way luncheon in Tampa.
Robert was recognized as
Tomlin's United-Way
Volunteer of the Year and is
active in the National Junior
Honor Society. He also plays
team sports and belongs to
Boy Scout Troop 744.
In addition, he finds time
to volunteer at school and in
his community.
"It is very rare for one of
our students to be nomi-
nated for such an honor,"
says Tomlin's career special-
ist, David Horn.

Kudos for Connell
Congratulations are in
order for Jana Carol Connell
upon receiving a bachelor's
degree in early childhood
education at Florida State
Proud parents are Jody
and Judy Connell of Ocala,
and equally proud are
grandparents Nancy McLean
and Buck and Sybil Connell,
all of Plant City.

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

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

Cholesterol Screenings
No fasting required.
No appointment necessary.
4th Tuesday of every month
Hospital Main Lobby
Cost: $15


Bereaved Parents of the USA will host
a support group meeting. There will
be times for mothers and fathers to
share together atd separately.
4th Thursday of the month at 7pm
Community Conference Room
Call Beth Tancredo at (873) 393-6577
or Anita Pippin at (813) 363-6973 for
this class only.

AARP 55 Drive Alive Course
This 2-day course helps seniors ages
55 and up tune up their driving
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auto insurance discount. Must call
(813) 754-4444 to register.

May 3 & 4
Community Conference Room
Cost: $10

Basic Life Support for
Healthcare Providers
May 6, 9am- 11:30am; Recertification Only
June 6, 9am- 1pm; New Certification Only
Community Conference Room
Cost: $30 (includes book and card)
Must register to attend. Pre-payment

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

(Maximum 8 couples)
May 1 June 5
Administrative Conference Room
Cost: Free

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Community Health Resource Center
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16 THE COURIER MAY 4, 2006

Strawberry Town

Open For Business

Debby Grimes said she just
wanted to open a little fruit
and vegetable stand.
"Sitting in a rocking chair,
talking to customers who
come in to pick up fresh pro-
duce has an interesting
appeal," said Grimes, a co-
owner of Strawberry Town,
what she calls her "ultimate"
produce stand.
She and her family have
been involved in growing pro-
duce for decades. Her in-laws,
Charles and Betty Grimes, and
she and her husband Charles
"Chuck" Grimes Jr., are
responsible for a lot of the
produce shipped out of the
Plant City area. Debby Grimes
has done the accounting for
the family businesses during
the past 10 years.
Now they have built a 9,000-
square-foot, air-conditioned
building with parking for 52
vehicles. Grimes said that
might-not be enough.
Strawberry Town is located
at 3161 Paul Buchman High-
way, on the southwest corner

of Sam Allen Road and State
Road 39. Grimes said she and
her partners began thinking
about the concept about three
years ago.
"That was when we first
began to seriously consider a
produce -stand on this
property," she said. "As the
plans began to take shape, the
concept grew and grew. It
eventually evolved into what
you see today."
The store opened April 14.
Within the first two days they
sold every flat of strawberries
they had on hand. The tractor-
pulled cart used to display the
family-grown berries
remained empty over the
Easter holiday, but a quick trip
to the family farms was all that
was needed to replace the
stock. But the produce store
and sandwich shop has more
to offer than seasonal berries.
Fresh fruits and vegetables
are plentiful. Some packaged
foodstuffs such as bread,
buns, chips, beans, rice, flour
and other goods are available.
They also stock milk, butter
and fresh squeezed orange
"Our stock will change.
depending on customer
needs," Grimes said.
Presently, part of the floor

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The Strawberry Town produce market and cafe is now in business. Pictured are co-owner and
manager Debby Grimes, center, her sandwich cafe manager Fay Kolp and produce manager Kevin
Murphy. The sandwich cafe is open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., and the market from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

space is dedicated to consign-
ment space where T-shirts,
aprons, country art, home
decorations and accessories,
jewelry and gift baskets are for
Out on the covered front
porch there is a small cart dis-
play of garden herbs and vege-
table plants for sale in an area
dubbed Bessie Mae's Garden.

In the sandwich shop, there
are fresh baked cinnamon
buns, pastries, muffins and
cookies. The sandwiches,
available for breakfast and
lunch, consist in part of
Cubans, croissants and a wide
variety of specialty hot dogs.
Desserts include strawberry
shortcake, cookies, ice cream,
sundaes, milk shakes, apple,

dumplings and brownies.
Fountain drinks, coffee, cap-
puccino, and juices round out
the menu in the sit-down
. The cafe is open from 6 a.m.
to 6 p.m. It can be reached by
calling 754-19023. The produce
store is open from 9 a.m. to 6
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special meeting before the Planning Board (details provided below) and see
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archives, presented the award. Above right, the head table at the photo archives' fundraiser included, clockwise from left, Mark Bothman, Rebecca Trinkle, Amy
and Al Gilbertsen, Ann and Robert Trinkle, Megan Trinkle and Andrew Briggs.

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will be given a ticket redeema-
ble at the park concession
stand for food or drinks. Call:
763 0872.
Gospel Sing
A Gospel Sing featuring
Sounds of Joy and The
Spiritual Servants is planned
at Church of God of Prophecy,
11607 Grovewood Road, Tho-
notosassa May 6 at 7 p.m. A
love offering will be taken and
refreshments will be served.
Call: 752-2778.
Band plans 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-
ygov.com or call 757-9166.
Bike Fest
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce hosts
its Bike Fest the first Saturday
of every month May 6 this
month from 5 to 9 p.m. in
and around McCall Park, 100
N. Collins St. The next festival
will be Nov. 5. For more
information; call 754-3707, e-
mail info@plantcity.org or
visit www.plantcitychamb-

Master gardener
talks about palms
A master gardening pro-
gram on Florida palms is set
May 8 at 7 p.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St. The program will be
presented by the Hillsborough
County Cooperative Extension
Service. Information: 757-
9215 or www.hcplc.org.
Marshall Middle School
plans orientation
Marshall Middle School
invites fifth-grade students
and their parents to orienta-
tion for the 2006-07 school
year May 8 at 7 p.m. in the
school's gym, 18 S. Maryland
Ave. Call: 757-9360.
Plant City High School
class of 1957
The Plant City High School
class of 1957 plans a meeting
to prepare for the group's 50th
anniversary celebration May 8
at 9 a.m. at BuddyFreddy's,
1701 Goldfinch Drive. All
classmates, including non-

graduates, are invited to
attend. Call: 752-6473.

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.

Spring social planned
The Woman's Club of Plant
City will host its spring social
May 9 in the Rose Room at the
Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler
St. Cost is $18 per person in
advance. Call Jennie Harwel at
752-6566 before May 1.

Garden Club to meet
The Garden Club of Plant
City will meet May 10 at 6 p.m.
at Jan and Bill Griffin's home,
3032 Sutton Wood Drive.
There will be a year-end pot
luck dinner, installation of
officers and committee
reports. Call: 754-8685.

Contact breakfast
South Florida Baptist
Hospital will sponsor a con-
tact breakfast May 10 at 7:30
a.m. at The Ramada Inn Plant-
ation House, Red Rose Bal-
Iroom, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
The program will be on the
hospital's new emergency
center. RSVP: 754-3707 by
May 8.

Library puppet show
Creative Arts Theater of the
city of .-Tampa 'Recreation
Department will present the
puppet show, "Eugene the
Brave," about a possum who
overcomes his fear of sleeping
in the dark, May 10. at 10:30
a.m. at Thonoiosassa Branch
Library, 10715 Main St.
Information: 273-3652, Ext.
2, or www.hcplc.org.


Republican women to meet
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
will meet May 11 at 7 p.m. at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. State Rep. Rich
Glorioso will give a report on
the recent legislative session.
A buffet dinner will be avail-
able at 6:30 p.m. for $15. For
dinner reservations, call
Melane Byrd, 754-0424.

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.

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The Rev. Clifford Frink: Fellowship Baptist Church

In 2002, Fellowship Baptist Church, 13515
U.S. 301, purchased 30 acres in Thonotosassa,
thus moving into the orbit of Plant City. The
Rev. Cliff Frink turned 40 this past month, but
his enthusiasm is still fresh. Fellowship is the
only church he has served. He was hired as
youth pastor, worked as music minister and
associate pastor, then became head of staff in
Q: Isn't this a-remote location?
A: When we moved here from Temple
Terrace we started to grow. We draw from
Plant City, Thonotosassa, Zephyrhills and
Temple Terrace. We built the auditorium in
2004, and now we're able to seat 620. We have
such a great spirit in our church, and we've
seen a lot of growth here.
Q: What is your vision?
A: Christ-centered, family-focused. Every-
thing needs to be built around Jesus. We want
that message to be heard. We want a ministry
that's central to the lives of members. Wor-
ship, mission, camping, recreation, even
retirement. I want people to be able to raise
their families at this church.
Q: Where did you grow up?
A: I was born in Tampa in 1966, and I
graduated from Providence Christian High
School in 1984. Then I attended Temple
Baptist College in Lakeland and earned my
bachelor's degree through Bethany in Dothan,
Q: How did you hear God's call?
A: I wanted to be a Hollywood movie star
and make millions of dollars. But at 171 was
involved in an auto accident and three people
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Q: What does it mean to be a Christian man?
A: People need to see Jesus working through
us. To see the reality of Jesus, they need to see
it lived out through you the fruit of the spirit
is the character of Christ. I don't want my kids
just to say they had a good dad, I want them to
say, "My dad was a man of God."
Q: Do you have time to enjoy your family?
A: We have family day every week, and we
try to make it non-negotiable. I married Evona
Boyette in 1993. We met here at church. We
have three little boys: Micah Daniel, 9, Caleb
Nathaniel, 6, and Lucas Samuel, 9 months. We
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Mary "Dandy" Day Hatfield, 84, of
Plant City died March 16.
She was born in Hialeah and moved
here from Miami.
She was a dental assistant.
She is survived a son, James of Plant
City; two daughters, Mary Anne Brad-
ford of Georgetown, Texas, and Sylvia
Lemur of Seattle; three sisters, Endora
Bryant of Crystal River, Ima Clark of
North Carolina and Fleta Stanford of
Hinesville, Ga.; seven grandchildren;
and six great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Jerry L. Chancey, 59, of Valrico died
April 6.
He was born in Plant City and was a
lifelong resident of Valrico.
He was a conductor for Amtrak.
He is survived by a son, Richard of
Valrico; a daughter, Anita Walls of
Plant City; two brothers, Ralph of
Tampa and Jimmy of Brandon; and
iwo grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Paul M. Bradford, 85, of Washing-
ton, D.C., died April 14.
He was born in Plant City and lived
in Milford, Conn., for 40 years.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World
War II, having participated in the
occupation of Japan. He retired as a
master sergeant in 1963.
He worked for Sikorsky Aircraft in
the test model department from 1963
to 1982, and also owned Quality
Engraving and Design Co. for 36 years.
He is survived by two sons, Dr.
Victor of Colorado Springs, Colo., and
David of Fairfield, Conn.; a daughter,
Bonnie of Washington, D.C.; a sister,
Cleo Ravenscroft of Orlando; and three
Burial will be at Arlington National
Pumphrey Funeral Home, Washing-
ton, D.C.

Alvie S. Olds,
April 18.

86, of Plant City died

He was born in Louisville, Ala., and
-was a longtime resident of Plant City.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World
War II and served in the invasion of
North Africa and Italy.
He was a member of New Hope
Freewill Baptist Church.
He is survived by a son, Larry of
Plant City; four daughters, Roberta
Olds Jennison and Melinda Olds
Manis, both of Cottondale, and Wilma
L. Hutcheson and Shirley L. Lagrone,
both of Plant City; a brother, Winfred
of Columbus, Ga.; 15 grandchildren;
and 15 great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Mary F. Ramsey, 68, of Durant died
April 19.
She was born in Vernon and came
here in 1946.
She was a sales employee with
Kmart and attended the Assembly of
God church.
She is survived by her husband,
Paul; three sons, Richard and Curtis,

both of Plant City, and Rodney of
Burnsville, N.C.; a sister, Martha N.
Wright of Keysville; 10 grandchildren;
and seven great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

John H. Maclnnes, 87, of Plant City
died Aug. 5.
He was born in Detroit and was
owner of the Royal Oak Motel.
He attended the Evangelical Presby-
terian Church.
He is survived by a brother, Alex-
ander of Plant City.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Marvin L. Gibson, 65, of Tampa died
He was born in Baker and worked
for the telephone company.
He: is survived by three sisters,
Louise Myers, Myrtle Fowler and Shir-
ley Surrency; and a niece, Jane Eth-
ridge of Plant City.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.


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on the highway?" It cruises
down the highway at 65 mph,
I reply. "Is it easy to ride?"
With an automatic transmis-
sion, it's as easy to ride as can
"Is the scooter comfortable
for two?"
Well, that's another story.
I brought my scooter home,
unannounced. Back then, I
tried the lamest of all possible
excuses I was working under
the man's rule that it is easier
to ask forgiveness than seek
permission by suggesting
that I bought it for my wife.
"Are you nuts?" was her
immediate response.
Her endorsement of the
little scooter seemed as
probable as Billy Graham

endorsing Snoop Doggy Dogg.
Even as those precious to
the boss took a great liking to
the little scooter, she was true
to a kind of ethnic stubborn-
ness and never even sat on
the scooter for the first two
years of its life.
But things have changed.
Now she is a kindred spirit.
Riding together and zipping
around suburban Plant City
has become a courtship
escapade. Grinning as we
pass gas stations and thumb-
ing our noses at $3 gasoline
Is the scooter comfortable
for two?
It's heavenly.
Editor's note: Jerry Lofstrom is
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Battery suspect arrested
A 29-year-old Plant City
man was arrested April 18 in
connection with an April 14
knife attack.
According to Plant City
Police Lt. Bryan Miller, Pedro
Roblero, 20, and Jose Rame-
raz, 22, both of Plant City,
were attacked by several
Hispanic males outside the
apartments at 1601 E. Ala-
bama St. on April 14. Roblero
was found by police after the
attack, bleeding from knife
wounds to the chest. Rameraz
was beaten and threatened
with gun, police said.
Roblero was treated and
stabilized at the scene and
later transported to Lakeland
Regional Hospital. Rameraz
was transported to South
Florida Baptist Hospital by a
Javier Sagrero, who lives at
the complex where the attack
took place, was arrested and
charged with aggravated bat-

Anyone with information is
asked call police at 757-9200,

Hit and run
An 18-year-old Plant City
man has been charged in
connection with an April 14
hit and run accident.
The incident began around
7:30 p.m. when police
responded to a crash with.
injuries at the corner of North
Carey and West Drane streets.
Officers were told by wit-
nesses that a young man was
speeding, lost control of his
vehicle and hit a group of
people in the street. The car
then crashed into a tree and
the driver left the scene on
foot, witnesses told police.
Police said two adults and
two children were injured in
the incident and taken to area
hospitals for treatment.
Police arrested Juan Guz-
man of Plant City shortly after
the incident. He is charged
with leaving the scene of an
accident with injuries and
driving with no valid driver's
license, police said.
Guzman was released from
jail April 15 on bail.


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sets Homecoming
Christian Worship Center, 579 S. Vir-
ginia Ave., plans the center's 14th anni-
versary and homecoming May 7 at 10:
30 a.m. Guest speaker will be former
pastor Jim Miller from Kentucky.
Dinner on the grounds will follow the
morning service and there will be an
afternoon sing at 2 p.m.
Call: 569-0088.

Christ in the Passover
Stan Telchin of "Jews for Jesus" will
answer questions about Passover the
Jesus' last supper May 28 at 7 p.m. at
Knights Baptist Church, 4809 Paul
Buchman Highway.
Call: 752-4972.

Hope Lutheran services
Hope Lutheran Church, 2001 N. Park
Road, has a summer worship schedule.
The times are: worship at 9:15 a.m. and
family Bible hour at 10:30 a.m. Classes
are available for ages 2 through adult.
Call: 752-4622.
Eastside Baptist Church
Eastside Baptist Church, 1318 E. Cal-
houn St., offers a Sunday Bible study
from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.; morning wor-
ship at 10:45 a.m. (with Children's
Church) and evening worship at 6 p.m.

There is a Bible study for all ages on
Wednesday from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Call:

First Baptist offerings
The following events will be offered
by First Baptist Church of Plant City,
503 N. Palmer St.
Men's study and prayer group
meets Mondays at 7 a.m. at BuddyFred-
Men's study and prayer group
meets Tuesdays at 7 a.m. at Fred's
Market Restaurant.
M Free classes for those who have
gone through a divorce or are facing
Sunday from 5 to 6:15 p.m. There also
is a ladies study group Friday at 9 a.m.
and Sunday at 4 p.m. There is a $10 fee
for the workbook.
Call: 752-4104.
The School of Music and Arts of First
Baptist is also offering summer music
classes. The classes are:
Six weeks of private music lessons
in various instruments will be offered
June 5-July 15 for $98.
Let's Make Music, a music and arts
experience for children in grades 1-5 is
planned for June 27-28, from 9 a.m. to
noon for $20 per child.
Come Blow Your Horn, an
instrumental workshop for teens and
adults will be offered July 13-15, Thurs-
day and Friday evening from 6:30 to 8:
30 p.m. and Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to
noon for $20 a person.
Call: 750-4878.

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Learning Center enrolling students
Evangelical Presbyterian Church
Learning Center is now enrolling stu-
dents for fall 2006.
EPC Learning Center, 1107 Charlie
Griffin Road, offers a state-subsidized
pre-kindergarten program and a
traditional preschool program.
Both programs are half day and begin
Aug. 3.
All classes have a teacher for every 10
Call: 759-9383.

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

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

Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational Divine
Family Worship Center offers services
Sunday at 11:15 a.m. at the Comfort
Inn, 2003 S. Frontage Road.
Call: 643-8989.
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on James L. Redman Parkway. Each
of the central buildings will have
8,750 square feet of space. Retail
space will be more than 34,000
square feet, with parking available.
Nine of the apartments will vary
from 1,200 tO 1,500 square feet.
Each apartment will have two des-
ignated parking spaces available
inside a gated area. The upstairs
apartment in the eastern most
building will be the largest of the
10, with just more than 2,300
square feet, including an elevator.
The ground floor in that building
could be used as a 2,500-square-
foot eatery.
A retention pond on the east side
of the property will cover about
30,000 square feet. The restaurant
will have a 30-by-30-foot-patio fac-
ing the pond. The upstairs apart-
ment will have a similarly sized
balcony extending over the water. A
fountain, landscaping and lighting
will accentuate the view, Crocker
County records show'the land is
owned by Mid-Florida Land Invest-
ments, a Crocker company, and is
valued at nearly $1 million. The
eastern most portion was pur-
chased in 2005 for $119,000. The
section fronting the parkway, was
purchased in 1989 for $250,000,
and is currently assessed at

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The open house will follow the service
from 1:00-3:00 PM.
The 10,000 sq. ft. building is designed for
special conferences, musical presentations,
fellowship dinners and worship services and
will accommodate 400 people. Funding for the
new building has come from gifts and financing
by Sunshine State Federal Savings and Loan
Active in the East Hillsborough community
since 1873, Hopewell Baptist Church has many
outreach ministries and programs. Hopewell

Baptist holds Weekly Bible studies for all age
groups each Sunday morning at 9:30 AM.
Sunday morning services begin at 10:30 AM.
Evening services at 6:00 PM. Wednesday
services begin at 7:00 PM, followed by prayer
services, youth meetings and children's
Everyone in the community is encouraged
to visit the church. The church is located at
6001 State Road 39 South (1/2 mile south of
State Road 60) in Plant City, Florida. For more
information please contact the church office at
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Food, agricultural sciences
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The University of Florida's Institute
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plans to offer several classes at the
Plant City campus of Hillsborough
Community College, 1200 N. Park
The registration deadline is May 10.
Classes cost $103.12 per credit hour
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More than 50 employers plan to

attend the Hillsborough County Com-
munity Job Fair May 17 from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. at the University Area Commu-
nity Center Complex, 14013 N. 22nd St.
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anyone, the county is hoping the event
will draw low-income families who
need work.
Some of the employers scheduled to
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p.m. at the Bowers/Whitley Career
Center, 13609 N. 22nd St., Tampa.
Families will be able to obtain
enrollment information about Florida
KidCare, the state's low-cost or free
health insurance program for unin-
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The festivities will include face
painting, music, free food and givea-
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Plant City's Wal-Mart
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of Recreation & Parks
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recreation programs and
facilities. Working with
the Plant City Recrea-
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ment, the friends group
provides money for
educational and commu-
nity service projects.
"We appreciate Wal-
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try not to turn loose of family day for
Q: How about hobbies?
A: My family, that's my hobby. I
don't really have hobbies outside of
my family it would take too much
time. But I'm not a workaholic; I think
that's wrong. I strive for balance.
Q: Do you have a favorite movie?
A: People would probably want me
to say "The Passion of the Christ." And
that was great, but I'd say "It's a
Wonderful Life." That's the best movie
we've watched in the past couple of
Q: How about TV?

A: This and that. We don't watch a
whole lot. I like science fiction, and
my wife just puts up with it. I'll watch
a love story with her, and she'll watch
"Star Trek" with me. Then there's
always the Three Stooges.

Q: What is your source for news?
A: Obviously the nightly news, but
personally I feel like there's a bias
there. I need to be abreast of current
events. Then if I can, I'll listen to some
talk radio. I listen to Rush Limbaugh,
catch up on his take.
Q: Do you like to travel?
A: We like beach vacations, and
we're desiring to take the children to
the Great Smoky Mountains. My wife
loves to antique, and it's grown on me
Q: Do you have a favorite hymn?

A: I love "Amazing Grace," and I
love the story behind it. He was a slave
trader, he was wicked and God saved
his soul. I never get tired of it. They're
not writing hymns today, and they're
getting lost that's sad. I also love
Southern gospel music.

Q: What book has challenged you
A: John Maxwell's "Developing the
Leader Within You." That book has
helped me tremendously. Priorities,
treating people. right, doing the things
that produce maximum results.

Q: What scripture would you like to
A: Philippians 3:10; it's my life verse.
"I want to know Christ and the
power of his resurrection and the
fellowship of sharing in his sufferings,

becoming like him in his death."

Q: Who would you like to sit down
with for a two-hour lunch?
A: I really would love to sit down
with the president. I believe he's a
born-again Christian, and I'd love to
know what legacy for the Lord he sees
he's going to leave. I'd like to just sit
there and listen. I do believe that he's
a man for this time.

Q: Are you optimistic?
A: Of course I am. The future is in
God's hands.
Derek Maul

Do you have someone you would
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2006 National Prayer
Dr. Henry Blackaby

Oh Heavenly Father, You
have made Yourself known -.
to us as a nation by Your
mighty, works throughout
our history. From the begin-
ning, You have been with us
through many wars and conflicts; Your right
arm has saved us. We have been amazingly and
graciously blessed.

Today, we confess our sin of not responding to
Your right to rule in our lives and our nation.
Too often we have despised and rejected Your
will while imposing our own, and we are .now
facing the consequences of our disobedience.
Draw us back to Yourself that we may return to
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Bible study program
The women's ministry of Bethany
Baptist Church offers a Bible study,
"Beloved Disciple: The Life and Min-
istry 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 discus-
sions. 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
Call: Edith Langston, 759-0607, or

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Nardelo Shows Strength After A Real Loss

There have been better
days in the history of Duran-
t's athletic programs. Much,
much better days.
Within a span of a few
hours last Tuesday evening,
the Cougar baseball and
softball teams both had their
seasonshalted well before
either imagined.
The baseball team was
stunned by Riverview, 2-1, in
10 innings in the Class 6A-
District 8 semifinals. Pretty
much everyone not wearing
Sharks colors had envisioned
a Durant-Sarasota matchup
in the championship game.
Just as that drama was
wrapping up at the Ron
Frost Athletic Complex, the
softball playoffs were getting
under way. Durant with a
trip to the state semifinals in
Plant City its goal jumped
in front of Countryside, but
the lead did not last. Coun-
tryside eliminated the
Cougars, 6-2, making it the
third time Countryside has
finished Durant's softball
campaign in recent years.
For the baseball team, it was
a bitter loss and yet it was

insignificant next to the
personal tragedy that took
place. Renee Nardelo, the
mother of Durant junior Tom,
passed away from cancer April
Two days later, Tom Nar-
delo played somehow and
made the final catch as Durant
defeated East Bay to start the
district tournament. He gave
the game ball to the youngest
of his three siblings, his little
"There was not a dry eye in
the house when that hap-
pened," said Durant head
coach Ron Fussell, who was
floored at the strength Tom
The next night against Riv-
erview, Fussell said the team
continued to have trouble get-
'ting into baseball. A day after
the loss, the team attended
Renee's funeral.
"Losing was disappointing
because we wanted to make
the playoffs, but that pales in
comparison to what Tom's
going through. We watched a
father and four kids have to
say goodbye to their mom,"
Fussell said. "Tom handled it

so, so eloquently. He is such a
great kid."
Tom is the oldest of the four
The Sharks have been
playing well in the second
half of the season after a
terrible start. But nothing
suggested last week's output
at the district tournament.
Riverview entered with an
11-13 record. In fact, I
witnessed the end of their
regular season and it was a
dud extra-inning loss to Leto
(it took place across the way
from the district softball
Then last Monday, the
Sharks shut out Lakeland, a
mild upset but one that
looked like a classic one-of
performance, because surely
the Sharks' pitching could
not hold. Well, it did. Durant
could only scpre on a wild
pitch in the fourth inning
against Riverview ace Billy
Bullock, .who is headed to
the University of Florida in
the fall.
The Cougars had a chance
to win in the ninth inning
when Josh Fussell led off



with a double, but he was
stranded. The Sharks then
scored in the 10th on an
Riverview's pitching, for
the record, held up pretty
well against Sarasota's
stacked lineup as the Sharks
lost by a respectable 4-0
The Sailors are No. 2 in the
state and are trying to fulfill
its ranking, something they
could not do last year.
Sarasota's Ed Smith Stadium
is site of the state baseball
action. Riverview started the.
regional round at Gaither on

Durant's loss brought an
early end to Carmine Giardi-
na's stellar career. He started
and struck out 13 against the
Sharks, giving up an
unearned run. In fact, all
three runs scored in the
game were unearned. Now
Giardiana will get ready for
one of the biggest decisions
of his life. If Giardina is
selected in the first round of
June's Major League Base-
ball draft it will be tough to
walk away from his schol-
arship from the University of
Texas, but that would be the
most likely course.
Did you see some of the
other district results? Not to
say Durant's loss was easy to
take, but I can't imagine *
being in the shoes of an
Armwood Hawks baseball

player last week. Armwood
led Bloomingale by 13 runs,
and with the score 14-3 in
the fifth inning, needed just
one more out to end the
game via the mercy rule.
That out didn't come, and
the Bulls rallied for an
amazing 16-15 victory.


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Softball Player Goes To Bat For Country


Though her team recently
got knocked out of the region
playoffs by Countryside,
Durant's lone senior softball
player, Cassie Ellington, didn't
play-her last game.
In the fall, she'll suit up for
the Army, but first she's got to
get through boot camp this
Ellington will attend the
U.S. Military Academy at West
Point and also play softball for
the Black Knights of Army.
"It's kind of -like destiny,"
said Ellington about her deci-
sion to go to West Point. "I
played in some college show-
cases; but none of the coaches
would ever write back. It was
different with Army. Every-
thing just seemed to be point-
ing me to go there."
Ellington's no stranger to
the Army. The day of her sign-
ing party at Durant High
School was also her father's
first official day of retirement
from the Army. Mark Elling-
ton was a lieutenant colonel at
Central Command at MacDill
Air Force Base in Tampa when
he retired after 22 years of mil-
itary service.
"I'm used to the Army life-
style, so moving around's not
going to be a problem for me,"
said Ellington. "I like'to help

people, too."
Ellington's parents, Mark
and Sue, are proud of Cassie,
the eldest of their four chil-
"There's a pretty high attri-
tion rate at West Point. It's not
everybody's cup of tea, but I
think it's going to be a good fit
for her, and I hope she has a
good experience," said Mark
Ellington, who still works at
MacDill but as a civilian.
"I'm very excited for her
and not really worried" said
Sue Ellington. "I think she'll
do well and I'm excited for her
Ellington also looks forward
to continuing her softball
"The Army plays District I
softball in the Patriot League.
They're struggling a bit this
year, but most of the time
they're pretty decent," said
Ellington, who played travel
ball with the Tampa Heatwave
and Plant City Pride. "I like the
coach up there. When you go
up to bat, he usually lets the
hitter tell him what they want
to do. When you decide you're
going to lay down a bunt, you
build confidence in yourself
and you're more likely to
make that bunt. That's really
what the Army is all about;
you're making the decisions."
Her father attributes much
of Ellington's softball
maturation to the quality of
coaching she's received.
"The only reason she's
being looked at for college ball
is because of the coaching
she's received from people

like Ron Corbett, her travel
ball coach," said Mark Elling-
ton. "He does a great job of
molding players, and not only
as softball players, but more
importantly as young ladies."
Ellington, who batted near
.400 most of the season, isn't
sure of what she'll study in the
Army yet.
"You don't have to choose
(a major) for the first two
years, then by the junior year
you have to decide," Ellington
said. "I'll probably either go
into medicine or something
As a senior on Durant's dis-
trict-title-winning team,
Ellington provided much
needed leadership to a young
"That's why I think she'll do
well in the Army," said Sue
Ellington. "If nobody's willing
to step up and take charge,
she doesn't have a problem
doing that. That's been one of
the things that's been really
nice this year. A lot of the par-
ents have come up to me to
tell me they appreciate Cassie
and the way she works with
the other girls on the team.
She's a good role model for
her teammates."
Mom and daughter will get
a chance to travel before
Ellington shuffles off to boot
camp. The pair are headed to
Greece for a two-week vaca-
tion after graduation.
"That's one of the reasons
she (Cassie) wanted to join the
Army," said Sue Ellington.
"She loves to travel."

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ROBERT CONE/Staff photo
Durant senior Cassie Ellington slaps an RBI single against
Sarasota Riverview in the district championship game, which was
won by the Cougars, 10-5. The only senior on Durant coach
Missy Hernandez's young squad, Ellington will play for Army in
the fall and attend the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

FootballPlayers Strap

On Shoulder Pads

With just a few weeks
left in the school year, and
most students with one
foot out the proverbial
door, not a lot of them are
thinking about going
through a gung-ho foot-
ball practice.
That's why Monday's
showing was a nice little
surprise for Mike Got-
tman, head coach at
Durant. May 1 is the
traditional start of spring
practice and about 75 ath-
letes hit the field at
"It was great and very
,upbeat," said Gottman.
"We had to turn some kids
away, some that hadn't
been putting the work in."
Plant City, under first-
year head coach Kevin
Kelley, also got started on
Monday. The spring ses-
sion is only a few weeks
long, leading up to the
jamboree game at News-
ome on May 18.
Teams must practice in
shorts the first three days,
with today being the first
day full shoulder pads and

gear are allowed.
For the first time in a
while at Durant, some-
one not named Chip
Bowden took snaps with
the first team. The quar-
terback position will be
the major question to be
answered before the
opener in the fall, but
Gottman has several
quality options.
Converted running
back Malcolm Shavers,
last year's backup
Jeremy Fussell and
Austin Devall from the
junior-varsity team will
all compete for the job.
Gottman said the team
is putting in a few more
shotgun formation
looks, but the base
offense is still the wing-
Next Friday, Durant's
spring scrimmage, the
blue-and-gold game,
will be held.
Durant matches up
with Newsome in the
second half of the jam-
boree May 18, with Plant
City taking on Armwood
in the first half.
Armwood made the.
state championship
game last year.

Track Finals Close Out Browns Prep Career

The end of a fantastic high
school athletic career, certainly
among the best in Plant City
High School history, will arrive
this Saturday ... and Jason
Brown may just crumple over in
exhaustion when it happens.
Mentally, Brown said he's at
that point.
"I'm kind of ready for it to be
over," Brown admitted on
Monday. And who can blame
the senior, who has for the last
four years transitioned from
one sport into the next without
a break. In the middle of his
freshman season, Brown took
over as starting quarterback for
the football season. He's been
the starting point guard for the
basketball squad since Day
One, and he's excelled on the
track every spring.
Brown qualified in two events
for this Saturday's Class 4A state
track and field meet in Winter
Park. He may only compete in
the triple jump, since the high
jump generally runs late and
grad night is in nearby Orlando
At last week's regional event,
Brown was one of three Raiders
to finish in the top four of their
events, qualifying them for
state. Joining Brown on the trip
to Winter Park will be junior
Terry Bell, who was fourth in
the 200-meter dash, and stand-
out freshman Jasmine Pope,
who made it in two girls events.
Durant's Amy Rogers also

qualified for state, with several
Durant boys narrowly missing
the necessary top-four finish.
Brown would have also quali-
fied to compete in the long jump,
but he finished in fifth place, as
did the Raiders' 4-by-100-meter
relay team and the Durant 4-by-
800 squad. He was third in both
the high jump and triple jump,
but likes his chances in the triple
much better.
"In the high jump last week,
once I I knew I was in the top
four I was like, 'Man, I'm gonna
let those two guys go at it,' "said
Cameron Gallman of Bloo-
mingdale won the event with a 6
foot 4 inch jump with Tyrell
Wallace of Fort Pierce Central
also clearing 6-4, but in more
attempts. Brown cleared 6-2,
which no one besides him, Gal-
lman and Wallace attained. Six
others battled for the fourth
spot, all hitting 6-0, with Ray-
mond Nelson of East Bay getting
the trip to state.
Facing the reality that he
won't be able to pull off a state-
winning high jump, Brown is
undecided as to whether he will
skip the event or just the min-
imum height. Either way, his
mother, who is also an assistant
girls track coach, will be driving,
Brown to Disney for grad night.
"And I understand it, I told
him that," said Raiders boys
track coach Ken Harlan. "It's his
senior year and he should be
enjoying it. It's a grueling sched-
ule he's been through, but he's
so competitive that when the
event starts, when it's time to
perform, he's there."
Bell, a lanky sprinter, will be
there for the first time. The

Raider junior only competes ir
one sport and the work paid off
last week. In a photo finish, Bell
edged Countryside's Ryan Mes-
smore for the fourth-place spot
in the 200. Bell ran a 22.14, Mes-
smore a 22.15.
"He's improved quite a bit,"
Harlan said. "He's kind of a ashy
guy, real thin and lean. He's put
in the work."
The 4-by-100 relay unit of
Brown, Bell, Jacari Bennett and
freshman Chauncey Holloway
almost got into the fourth spot at
the regional. Gaither, the host of
the event, won the race but its
anchor runner threw the baton
in celebration after crossing the
finish line. That is supposed to
be an automatic disqualification,
but the race official said he did
not see it. Gaither won the team
championship by four points.
Pope was tremendous on
Thursday, finishing fourth in the
200 and 400 meters in her first
regional event. She only missed a
fourth-place finish in the 100 by
.2 seconds. Durant's Rogers, a
senior, was fourth in the long
For the Durant boys, Khema-
ron Kelly was fifth in the 800
"He ran a personal best and
just missed out," said Durant
coach Mike Gottman. Kelly's
time was 1:58.65 which was .37
behind fourth-place Antoinio
DeArmes from Largo and just
barely more than a second
behind the winner Noe Pena
from North Fort Myers.
The Cougars 4-by-800 team of
Kevin Jones, Stephen Bridwell,
Juan Reynoso and Kelly ran an 8:
20.77, finishing fifth behind Sick-
les in the race.

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inverter, awnings, solar Bass Boat, 200 Merc 4dr, seats 7, cold AC, mi. Mint Cond. $8950. rCASH, ucruisedpw$3500 GRT ON clean sver, sports pkg, sp
battery charger. $49,900 Optimax, Low Hrs, Ga- great family car, orig 813-929-8950/927-6581 ans APrice/An& c w3- w774 $4400 813-244-4289 Ithsr, sti suncruise,
813-642-0138 raed, Lots of Extras owner, 146Kmi Immac VansAny Price/Anyc
r ed, Lots of Extras ut 50 obo 813-426-1545 MERCEDES 1999 ML320, Time CALL ME FIRST! BUICK 2000 LaSabre LTD GMC 2003 YUKON SLT tExnonairlgts, 11K mi
40' 1999 American Tradi- ,500 813-685-8598 is loaded, sunroof, custom 727-505-3882 Auto, All Power 69K 47K, Green, Tan Ithr, 3rd $16,700. 941-918-1939
tion Diesel Pusher with 20' 6 1999 VP, center ts/Misc. JJ FORD 2001 Windstar 20" chrome rims, a/c S FCD/Cassette stereo, row, rear A/C, CD, all
Diesel P A cn2erTt 20' 6" 1999 VIP, center r pC 6 cyl, cold air, new 113k mi $10,995 Greaf CASH PAID For Cars One owner. $6,750 wr, immac $22,900. NISSAN 1984300ZX,
low masking $9000. Yannaha, bait0/live wells, Bay Area Motor Works brakes, no rear seats, Cond 813-417-6966 nni r Nt We'll 352-428-0774 Call 727-460-3718 power everything,
317-409-3828/509-3223 T-ton, galv. trailer Engine rebuild & install, runsgreat $4,500 needs work.
8-3$9820- 81b-681-1311 Up to 3yr warrarny Call 813-909-659 NISSAN 2001 Pathfinder Paying a little bit more! CADILLAC 1990 Seville. HONDA 1993 Del Sol new $400 obo
888-Bates RV Nearly -681-1311. Auto/ oat/ RV 66K, SE 4dr, 2wd, V6, au- Call Rob at 813-610-1535 Runs Good $1000. OBO tires, black, alpine ster- Don 493-4933
600 AirstrV Nearlyco 21' 2003 Key West, Ba 813-926-9994 FORD 2003 Econoline 15 to, white ext/beige int.AY! 813-716-5084 eo, great gas mileage 5
a eitM1 a.R e C2C0 passenger extended custom sound, $,3,500 For CsTrucks Vans CADILLAC 1992 BROUG- speed,runs great NISSAN 1996 Maxima SE.
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 pa. Reef, CCeang ost ca, wite, 25000mi, 813-390-2999-774-28 91k, Rauto, air, leather,
S200 Yamaha HPDI Ford 9" Posi exc. cond. $18,500 obo Running Or Not. HAM 4 i, new .,- olu full latde,
.E. OhioCamp Region.rt hrs, Low, like new, RearEnd $600. 813-767-0754 NISSAN 2003 Pathfinder 813-728-7979 new tires, new leather HONDA 1994 Civic $500 very clean $4500.
PE. Ohio Lake Regionu $21K, 813-917-8938 RearlEnu 813- 7SE, Immaculate, 40K Mi, roof, runs exc. Asking MUST SELL! for listing 813-486-0112
Pools, Clubhouse, PartyCall 813-94-0309. KIA 2004 SEDONA ES, All Merlot, Auto, a6CD Chr $3800obo 813-655-7272 1-800-749-8167 ext C75
Center, Fishing Lakes, 21' SEASWIRL STRIPER TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt power Fully Loaded Bank will loan $19,0d HELP FIGHT $80 8 16 e C5
Comfort Stations and walk around Y ah rANS Gurt ed M/F Co, Ca e 5n500..... 813763636 C DE'S CADILLAC 1992 SEDAN NISSAN 2001 Altima GXE,
More All Utilities, Own- 150, live well tc liftrom A-Z. Guaranteed AM/FMV, CD, Cassette, $15,500 813-763-7636 CHILDREN'S DEVILLE, blue exterior, 120K, AT, PW, PL,
ership for $160 Month kept, low hrs,7,900 or mine. Call Rob $14,50. 27-858-4540 RANGE ROVER 2003, Blue CANCER roalblue interior, low HONDA 1998 Accord cruise, Etr clean,
with 000 Locations. 813-468-179 813-610-1535 43K Mi warranty, Fully mieae, $2,500 or best 2DR, 4 cy AT, cold AC g s
866-685-6808 PLYMOUTH 1999 Voyager loaded, Excellent condi- Please offer.13-679-7955 good condo. new timing is oy
23 2004 RANGER 2300 r $5500 O 813) 936-8385 dr
((Recreational Rental)) BAY, with 225 4-AtE ( Automobiles Misc ennew oodear 412030 DONATE CAont, 813-245-5678 N AN 2002 Alti 2.5S
Yamaha, 101 Minkota, seCold AC $4,350. s, NorthStar V8, silver,
POPUP CAMPERS for rent white/grey, with cover, Engines, Transmissions obo A13-309-0020 TOYOTA 2001 Sequoia CARS gray thr, VGC, all wr, Honda 2000 Accord, Sedan 4 doors, gold
ri extended warranty, & Rear Ends. U to 3 SR5 Extra options pkg, Truck sBoats-RVs new AC, 164K, no title, auto 69K miles, color, exc. condition!
all Lynn to reserve $36,000 314-575-2819 yrs warr. M-F 9a-5p PONTIAC 1992 Trans Ithr, 66K, svc recs, s A- Any CarApy Condition $1500 813-888-9502 excellent condition! $10,200. )78K m 8.New
813.54 27wwpopup 23FT. Mako 1984with 813-875-1500c CADILLAC 1998 DeVille 500 0 AURO
out, wht w/blue int, AC, $170K-080813-907-0015 TAX DEDUCTIBLE CDL ohr1939 D 13e949-6849. OLDS C1998 AURORA,
entalcamerscom 98 2urs, new fuel ow Trailers-Tractors ) perfectly main, css. TOYOTA 2002 Sequoia Am Children's Soc milesleather interior, HONDA 2004 Civic LX 4dr, NorthStar V8, pearl, tan
RV captain's chairs. VHF, iVan 40 $2500 813-657-7463 SR5 V8Loaded! 55K mi old,$8000.813-987- auto, 7K miar ke Ithr, all options 12 disc

Secure $50/mo. 813-971-621/949-4027 ti gt. Asking $5,000. 813- BMW 2002 X5 3.0 white Bk/Antiques Greyintr, fully load- 813-269-9324 sm block Chevy 356
Happy Traveler RV Park w/ tan int sun ((Scootes / Mpeds) ((Classis & Antiques)) d,27K mi GM warranty INFINITI 1995 Q4579Kmihydro,man new parts,
c13-98N-3094 23FT Proline walk around 978-1400ofs d 27Kmi GM warranty
'89. '98 200 HP Johnson or 617-620-7637. sport pkg, 6D, upgrad- $16,000.813-961-6400 ac, all power, loaded: $4500obo.eriousminqui-
ea whls, newer ires. LINHAI 2002 Powermax CHEVY 1947 Coupe leather interior, $6500 ries only. Don 493-4933
OUTDOOR Storae, 5515 alum. tr Elect. Live REEFER Semi Trailers, $30,500. 83-220-1206 260, 4 Stroke, 2 Seater, Streetrod. HP 327 CADILLAC 2005 DeVillei o 9
Causeway BvdRVs, well. T-to. Great Cnd buy or 2 Windshield, W/Charger 700R CD, AM/FM A Diamond White, canvas Pontiac 1995 Grand Am,
Cars, Truc s Trailers. $11,500. (813) 230-7507. rice neotiable Buick2005 Rendezvous $1 800oo topmnf lux kg 1 INI 19 3 white, exc cond. New
Brsndon/BValrico/Pe e uck205esC1 nderv1600ml 8007Great car-must sell tQ45T 73K
LRALL 813-e220ae-15 3 8 owner 14,600 mi 85-763-7636 $000 obo mi. New $52K ust s m, exc. cond. mon CD, brake, struts AC,
kRiverview 813-220-1538 813-986-63 excellent cond. $17 77 3 220-6541 $29 995 727-345-2114 new Mich. tires & brks' 1 owner 35 h 2 city
Spas& oboHot52666ubs Go carts IWebID# 1662141 ar. kept, non-smkr: $3200.7 4-395- 70.
Sp HotTubs 25' Bayliner Trohy f ( Trucks Light Duty or 541-281-5751 CHE V Y 1969 Camaro 13,865. 2-789-6106912 73R
tnFacta ryDeat919a Ownersip (& SUN DOGE Qua CHEVY 1977 Blazer Ch- GOLF Cart Blow Out Sale 1969, 4 speed, raey Body, very, very nice,
Si a D 999 Pickup 1500 enne, runs good, nee 2005 Club Car ce- weels, Cowl hoo9 C CJ2Af PA bg Vundy, N, many vnewpars, $y

CALL 813-832-1202 Wilson 83-621-2080 p b kg $ 00 (727)25-3875 2cc.big block 3961fronte. $2 813- .at shE no air, 93 813-545-3772 PORSCHE 1985 911
big blwc 9i6) $m 1 e) 8 0 HARLEY 0 e I00t JAGUAR 2000 5 type 4.0 70,000 mi, 2 doors r 5-
Factory-Dret-m^p DODGE 2004 QuadCab, door, ve clean, lady rnewdemo, o p au DSC S P 813-390-8489 tranm
Factory-Direct-Tampa 26.5' SEA RAY 268 SUN short bed, Infinity driven, wei maint trans., w/ revherse,LruI Truck. $2500 oboMre LoadedLeather.Blue, peed
Gulf to Ba as DANCER 1987 newer sound system, $19,800. $6K o6o. 70%tred left suspension, iscrakes Info Ca 813-694-0309. CHRYSLER 2002 Seb Sunroof, Nv, akup POAB091XF121 nd21
ts 1999 7.4L EI I/O 7on tir es. 813-294-1080. $2495 obo -7 -8660 19Con GTC 4 auto, sensors, primum cylinders, 2WD AM/
813-293-SPA S(727) sleeps 6, ar ODodge 2003 shortbed Es apes H108 $9 813-7- ut t p/top pw, p, 1pwr. Seat, Wheels, New TiresV8 raio AC alarm alloy
www.gulftobayspas.com stove, re FORD s0o ErXepefr igeato.r oDUAbiTS46eHybrid Motorcycles DA, ew mies SHARP w 0eelS, ketSeatin
LiCD, platform., bimi GAS SAVER, 3 Iths on $10595 813)244- $1750 -811 CD, cruise, leather in,
C p imin mileaa 1 2 250 e S AE, extras, h ir! P yellow paint & nu $ 83 813 3pwr locks, pwr seats,
oSwimming Pools $ (1o ) GPS/ 84h finder, Call (813) 237-6447 pwr,ocruise, .$26,995 o pn & e w blk p l p sa,
roI l nors and more. after savings. HARLEY 2002 Deuce int. Runsgrest! $14,500 428 JAGUAR 2004 Xtype,.3.0, pwr windows, rear win
A+ POOL HEATERS Fac- Good condition DODGE 2005 Ram 1500 813-270-837 10,800 mi, Immaculate, obo. 813- -61 COBRA Replica 24k miles, IndiDo blue defrost sunroofT Red
tory Dire t: Solar/Heat $9,000 813-671-1907 Hemi, exc cond, many D ma extras, $15,000 CORVEE 1979 1994 427 Shelby. $32,900 exterior, ivo int, moon- Carrer/k inwha
S o at extras,5600 mils,00 Excursion 4X4 FIR Call Eddie at clean show car, 7 4K st lace sow winner, roof, etc. $4500. Call tail. Garage kept, dealer
Do-It-Yourself heater F $18,000 Limited, 73 L power 813-453-3447 paint 50HP813-731-0997 Charles: 813-810-6827 maintained, weeen
kits. Phone quotes in- 813-786-5206 stroke diesel, loaded, Bac e pa i Web# 1669171 driver. Kenwood Stereo,
1 3stallt o9 3 136k miles. $18 100. HARLEY 2003 Softtail b buckskin intro b1,1500661 2 KIA 2003 Oetima LX 44k BBS rims, viper alarm.
nations most areas FRD0 F-150 ,x-cab 863-557-2031 100th Anniv. Black & sil- obo. 813-928-187 m$8404 do Have "original rims.

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come! (New Web Site) $79,900. (813) 814-4410. Dealer. 813-270-847 thr, all wr, CD HARLEY DAVIDSON 1996 wirexwheels $2000. tible, White w/aht Top 995.970 S 813- 30 6 eng, 5spd, 102K mi.,
32'l SavRAYaSUN DANCR FORD 17 R y to $11O00r106 H1RI0thAGH l acus-- O r 5 Mcio B -6K Bai (585)738-4733 storeel gray on gray, pwr4
w a/te15p0 01f l,3 Lariette ,7 tc71 813-37-57 2O HERn AGE d,7 tiles r-0a med st d a- iueaond. Doug810 miDougLynch.com eodavts, sunroof, exc cond
13to0 3, 3 21' Se A aUNDAE .e t ChLeather, Load- in excellent condition, ng orrted 1on i Dop w cik7045 M S$25,000. 727-812-9288
ad,,$7,9n0rob.o F30ORDNL EANVS9 99FORD 20012 WExpeditionr to 63lassc 1pesrnivneEed 190 450Z d t bE nd. freeo -0 Ts
TWJSiNees l oaded, fresh wtr ke. SEddie Bauer, Bldue DNew $11,900. 813-972r2757 shorto p es leteld199y 1 CA R 2
d Dsome motor works, 39lors $li-4vib813-26-913Va s tn. du-st 36k.A er ofCtswwreutrev nalc CORVETTE19 8conver 6dione owner, new btres auto with tiptronic, na-
$1200. O .941-812-546 C Opneon $16,5008K ml. Harley Davidson 2004 newarts & balanced.S ts. inl 2K
88e!r(ew H90 or 0 0 0nFORD 2003 Sport Trak 727wi9D-3624 Sportster, like new, on- 9 2500firm. Call John 48K mi kept in garage eto n weather, 41K3ood0 $ils wt great 7 condition
813-31-670 roHUNTER36 2006 full XLT, 4K, 2W, uoad- ly 3000 m las. $8500 13 6721612. coverea exc. shape, cond. $4,0oo 7239- $22 0e0. 941-830-1888
S a3d 20 loaded Genset A/Ctev- Red, sliding Rear atso FORD 20020 Explorer XLS, ODd. 813-263-7909 1condit01o9 c u000 13-601-2237 2 3 A8 0015

eYAMAHA 2000 XL 1200 ery extra All inclusive dow & Running aos, 81k w/siver 199 trim Og- Pictures available Ne bR1k9 Glea, 2001 B 4 yB
LE, Gara ke, exc. i monthly ee $650 $14,5e13-00 -6340 gageracks, running -7airne 500 4 door, CORVETTE 1998 on 5 T
loade, fresh ] 00 oobdcoILEXUS BlackC000 8000 m PORSCHiles2 Per- vO 4T
S. yids aoars, eExc.r cond.eC D 1999 Road KaClas- o yu, oeR37,600 o owner mVr K. 1EX N, rear cesa, ftn Bo,7 008 i6 m &Pr-
cond.JLY53hrs. Iwww.sailtampa~ay~c I FORD 2005 FI50, white, CD.$11,500863-781-2664 sic 2mtoneyAztecdn0 Contlental 460 &trans. .Pewter/3 c.intr, $5,,00p dl shift, 18" wheels. Tires, $43000obo
$52500o. 941om&12-5946-0.com aiokrt% & 'V, mood 'wr sea r win- whte bkto r2d
813-95 7-69 I7 ooF &cal uto, air, benrdliner, 30AK 2 0 Orange/Icel, 34k, Pn- $250frobo. 813-694-0309. Maya rims, i mmacula te. a34,500 Ob. 813-831- 941-72 s-1 t
813-9r -iles, excellent work 1FORD 203 Explorers, ner am/fo extras FORD 1963 FAIRLAIN 500 $20K. 8 13-961-6400 4i t or 352-8
Je i LARGEST Volume Pon- truck 145000. port V6, sick, 52K m $10,500. (863)82-7859 4dr. AC runs Great, COVETrE 1998 Converti- 2SAAB 2005 Aero Conver-
Rawasa i STX1100,3 soon Dealer in Florida. 813-3 ia-3157 le nrPicturesavailable
Ey, cgleegmonyfeeN$ 1 oe0r, HONDA 1998 CBR, F3-600. ReceOntly restored.. bl silver/black, auto, 10 ICO lk ng LSdaay iba, 4,900 Miles, 5 Spd,
rcond.many SEee NewCSeaiKin gS ^^ ^ Boats!624 7() HI3S43 0 'S ff s? ^^ g body, Asses W68P
new3p arts, xc dbl trnr wwnm.donsboatinr.com GC 198 onoma, n s s i cond,23,900 cnm ws, sunr, n $86/mo or buy $37K
$4 250 obo. 83-91-531077-6-300utoK NA .T cawb ,ery GMC 1990 Suburban 4x4 o n. 0 .45 0$500 813-948-k30 Caya813-0-81 d 0al 81 3 t87 7-C0/e 83 u
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s( Boats d e(Eoat S /Storage)) aecvOeRr o o2. strong motor cold air, &exraRs$3FORD 1963 alai5400T5 TcR 35 Cass Le
a1835-24 new tires 19 brakes, 813630049 FRD196 G e 500 DD 2000 6L Gl S e
p ,runs great! $10obo HONDA 2001 CR70 Dirt Fastback, air condition, MAZDA4 dr, 20cold6A/C, GdcD, oles nL-'
14FT.XSFT 1 John Boat OUTDOOR STORAGEDTrucksd Heavy Du) 8 8-5en GsrBike, good conditionn0rrakensgsseteeng, Aa in d D, alnt er-
2004,15 Horse Benj86amin Rd. boats, HUMM 8 13 999EH red, W ngrere foro kids. i n e$r ilge tbransmission. T160 D a n eu, 2ve ea Lgtin dows,4,90aMlesD, wr,
wer y, 15RV'sS, auto trOucks.. .d 813-263-7909. Pictures is a beauty.1 R eadyiuo B1 cani t S.0 ao Le can l oalo 8385-85,1,5s003030 eBO5 3-2p e2
weall o n lerfry00. r $40+/mon Sbatoured Ioc'n Fk 197 Tow tUC, 8K 4dr slant back vary ranr ge available, s roll; come tak e Ba osok. SX. Me STa ni Spoa a,8di585re,0rt, so r 8199 or4 dr $37
all o- alrf1 $ p 813--9171 F00 w/Holmies iesel, 55K mL, 3 TV's, Th s s a cor lector's car Needs new htea, fully e od.
a 8 twin boom, Ps ysta tion 2, cD HONDA 2003 VTX13005 Need to sell. Make a d- loaded, leather, C 1 7 p yr, MERCEDES 1984 3805L TOYOTA 2003 Celica, 27k
15' 1996 Seadoo Jet Boat Pasadena Yacht & CC $2500 & 1-D c anger $14,00 Black, exc. cond I intimate offer ., am. weels, WinDOW champagne, converti- 'mfi5 nPW, crF i
Sprtster., twin engines Deep r water boat slips 813-932-2864333-3449 obo 813-363-8s63 g kept mi. 81-672-0762,927-0712 cold A/C, $1200 condition AC;$ excellent a s W/-Li-ruise
trailer, low rs, very as, or sale/Blease Limited Ugra,4 r i obo. 813-888-846o, Paul. b $3, 5 20A0 inted, alloys, sunf.
arae kept Exc. cond. number available, $Call HTul HL C1813-684-0978 PRDO620003e5dgE 813-695-662 $1 5,20 813-964-0415
$1500r0 8 813-777-2498 7 9 is B x TuK, ng brand new, 8000 miles, out,,car complete, 0 Ir in
720-381- 7 t d e 69K mi, slveio k 00 c K, Au- MERCEDES19 8 620, less 200 5 Camry
D 2 p / r nembershi, tam overhaul, runs$great, sunroof chrome wheels, HONDA 2004 Racing Bike neeDs restoration 69K, m, sLs e/F s bla k, MErCEE 18 SEL TOTA 05CAC
a17' 1981 Checkmate & wor km h$4 nD orse, $6500 Chris 6 disc C chang er has like new CR40, 4 $6800.. .. 813-368-690 CleanS, Dealer serviced, 126K m, exc nond, P & Crs CD Sell
trailer, 100 Horse Pwr, 727-643-6431 everything.Rew black stroke. Extras included. Carfax cart. Warranty. $5,000 for balance ow9ed.8 -
on9Ft talroxr a2s a WNTEDSecrdlip orSal- lgs$0o leath er. Fast sell $31,900 Pictures available 400 Ir s50 T 1 .7
mai -nt records. $2,000 o at f 813-6 t o a FORwD19ok ese50l7. firm. 765d-9697393. 813-263-7909 lgooden t l coendiio8 72 74 56 50l8 813-763-2852 813 5ell 2
8ell, s8) 5 -6 3)629-3248 4x4se auto 8 yISUZU 1999 RODEO LS i MOTORCYCLES Wanted t New brake ob, $4800 disc CD changer, baack brid, 6800 ml, 4 drH
17'rAquas Bor t 9 Pasa200o mdw'enYa$0 eA CD ignn au to, fully loaded, lo Street, Dirt Bikes & obo.813-3-063 o n grayooa conab- mpity, 5m/hwy.
Suz Fportu 95, engine,0 epwm obo.atsis 13-93'86-333.3"9. miles, clean, lOOKS and ATV's. Also buyi.png 30or 813-362-4279. DODGEi2004 Stratus, 2dr, tion0y o$ceeono 7 0,rr.
low hours, ctr console foa s.Li i RD 2000 F350 Flatbed, runs excellent $5,900 wrecked motorcycles. b ,au lc i$5,995 r13-727-4888
as802 9 B727t u8-7pl e es& Diu od ngSe obo. 813-690-1769 Cash paid. 813-924-6264 [(outomoiles for Dinter.b n teps, pop0w, crui Cisea
17$7, 500LINER,0196,ho m ond. Or. -r be813-842-4000 12,700 miles, excellent wagon, champagne,
17' B N Mercaer 19, sdhe 76owerom A icons, rih 20, cruiswer, b400c lice Cmpounds. Ony condo. One owner, won't premium pkg, warai,
fh M00Hrcuser/ Bradle, b the 8- 376n Rerk, Aopt x1trusnswel $700! For Li & DONATE YOUR CAR last.Great BuyMust sell dash Ithr sats C, sat
main rec's trailer stainless hardware 8- ISUZU 1999 Diesel 16' Fl- ofrer 813-454-6900 813-630-0049 tails Call 1-80-949- SelPECIAL pdKIDS FUND Be $18,995. 813-18-2556. radio'tsunrof, hme
$400 941-xtr-5473 b',N professional' in- .bergass box Truck, 86,echi9 Children with Camp and MERCEDES2002CLK430 10K mi wy, 41K i.
w/115 hp Evinrude, runs turer, Inc. 727-397-8130 813-237-6447 yr 120k ml .ower train cooled, new tires, 40PlrB
warr. Only t500 made. ad wrest shape. $50d0 For Listins Cal1-800- Tax Deduction. 8700 miles,$34,90.out
813-671-0088, 608-1951. rebuilt enine and drive 9 AA Rated Donation D-0 www.specialkidsfund.o MERCEDES 2003 S600Ts-
o idu-OOA96iv o24x4Oted, 76k mi, black YAMAHA 2004 R1, new Re a Estate IRS Tax Os- 29K ml, Keyless no ,toer,w
1 a2000qui Bowrider, ooard.1aye, s S V6A va good con- w/tan leather interior, tires & framesiders, ga. duti Youre Pica oat Mph o rt packgeD, a ther, fu itw,
fSte tract5lean, omphrs, 3813-850-5443 dition. Very clean, good cond. $5499. ragedA less t.han 6K mi, cotwb1e Free 4k. DOrE YOUtratusdrCA b acti a wa 7 sunroof, ac,75K mi,
Slow ane, lconwoma T S ANODIZED ALUM $7900. 813-298-7835. 813-254-7072 $7500 .odel/Con1ition Help r RVto p ciln Cacteor s$59 13-94
$9995. 813-236-6200 W/NEW CANVAS. JeEP 2002 17Crd813-36327679 unAerprivileged Chi- deductible and frra tow- steering, every option 1999 BRci
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19 1/2 FT. 1989 4 W 5NNS BOAT $800 941-266-0903 2)townspd, loaded, 36k run rts wwwlutre chc6n.r$7r0ng.Juenieingsiabeesdaval.Pritinecn
Cutty, w/Mgalvanized 2 www.qu-shade.com cod0Vetr wwwouGolf Research Foundation best of the best! Only Special Ed. auto. Ever
axle, 4.3 /9 D low hrs, CHEV-MaVeenotudr$15,500. g 1-800-693-7911 thanks you. Please call $64,900. 727-647-2177 Ont. inc. wr top 49i(
Perfect Haul. $3350 473 HP Yamaha 2005, SS Warier Bros Pkg Id- C windshield,C A headnoy& tail ACURA 1997 RL Premiuml180 00.Rwit03o22 -41
Call 813-310-6405. prop, controls, oil tank, ad, DVD, CD, dual SliD- JEEP 2005 Wrangler lights, & blinkers, mint Luxury, navi, Bose sys, FORD 1996 MUSTANG GT Sport, showroom m new,1 VW 1999 Jetta 4 dr spd,
lyr. mfg warranty re- ers, only 36K miles. Sport, 4x4, 4.L, auto, condn can deliver $2875 pwr moon, leather htd convertible, 54k miles, owner HiS, loaded26K84
19' 1998 WellCraft 11SHlp ail. $7,100 o. $12,5.813-484-8050 only 3350 miles, never obo 813-300-0114 memory seats & more! spd, leather interior, white w/charcoal. New r ce K mle slet
Johnson, Center Con- Call 81-293-51 off roaD, ec.condition $8495 813-841-1329 runs rest. $7,750. 17" low protires decold $90O t
soner w/Traolera 1w/en-n CrRYLXI, seats 7OWN $20,0. 813-643-3034. EZ-GO GOLF CART Call: 13-920-4788 w/maps. FuCall fc warr 813-251-1554
( Sea lotraatseanitleirLSOUNTed wXin Reove199 Excellent condition AUDI12001 A4 1.8T $33,50.1727-593-1195.3
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loo20JIBa& 13-835HRange Rover 12,4000 $1295 manual, spotg, Low ml2, SRS, 4reastu- MERCEDES BeW 2001 B8LE, 4r cyr,
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