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NEWS ....




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LETTERS --
Two takes on
Scientology from a
former church mem-
ber and a Christian.



FUNERAL
Service for Scott
Thompsonwho died
in a May 12 car crash,
draws hundreds.
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Historical Society
hosting open house





County and city are .2J, .- ..
stressing voluntary
water conservation.

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CROSSWORD
PAGEr 9 National Tournament


PAGE 30 Coming To Town-


Unleashing
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GEORGE H. NEWMAN Saiif photo
Paul Ghiotto, a Florida High School Athletic Association-certified umpire from Jacksonville, was one of 54 officials calling 18 games during the
FHSAA Finals at Plant City Stadium May 8-13. The championship action continues this week as the National Junior College Athletic Association,
hosted by the International Softball Federation, showcases 16 of the nation's finest women's fastpitch softball teams for the national champi-
onship May 18-20. See stories page 3 and 28.






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The-first team in town for this week's National Junior College softball championships was North Carolina's Louisburg College. Team
members were practicing just a few hours after their bus pulled into the Ramada Inn. Aov"e are, from left, Nicole Hamill, Melody
Williams. Michelle Smith, Ashley Raynor and Jennifer Cook.



1SF Hosts National College Tourney-


16 TEAMS VIE FOR

FASTPITCH TITLE


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The National Junior College
Athletic Association's Division
i \vn men's softball .national
championship will take place
at Plant City Stadiumln'May 18-
20.
The 16-team fastpitch tour-
nament was organized by the
International Softball
Federation, the sport's world
governing body, which has its
headquarters at the stadium.
Games will be played at the
stadium and at the adjacent
Randy L. Larson Softball Four-
plex.
Crystal Bustos, a former
player on USA Softball's 2000
and 2004 teams, at the Olym-
pics in Sydney, Australia, and
Athens, Greece, respectively,
will also be on-hand to usher
in the national championship


games.
Bustos played junior college
softball at Palm Beach Com-
munity College and also went


to the junior college champi-
onships with that team.
On Wednesday night, she
will deliver a speech to the


athletes at a welcome dinner.
The 'next day she will throw
out a ceremonial first pitch.
Although games begin at 11
a.m. on Thursday, formal
opening ceremonies are
scheduled to take place at 1:15
p.m.
The ceremony will include
Miss Jazz Tampa Bay 2005
Marissa Anastos singing the
national anthem.
Tickets will be sold on game
days at the %enue, wwhih is
three miles south on. Park
Road oft Interstate 4, Exit 22.
Fans ages 12 to 64 can buy
single-day admission for $10
or a three-day pass for $20.
Seniors, ages 65 and up, and
children younger than 12 will
pay $7 for one day or $15 for
the three-day pass.
Fans seeking more details -
including the game schedule
can visit www.internationa-
Isoftball.com orcall 864-0100.
Plant City is slated to host
the championships "again in
2007 and 2008


NEWS DIGEST

Plant City Elvis
stars at festival
Plain City's GarvEhis will
fake center stage-at the 2006
Elvis '-Festival --going" on in
'Tampa thi \\eek.
: -A week of events celebrating
Elvis Presley's music will cul-
minate in a concert May 20
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at TECO
Plaza in downtown Tampa.
- 'The free festival features
tribute artists, memorabilia
vendors and continuous Elvis
performances and music.
The Tribute to Elvis concert
highlights Elvis' musical jour-
ney from his early years in
Mississippi though his years in
Las Vegas. Brent Howell and
the Catillacs will perform at 12:
30 p.m. with GaryElvis and the
TCB *Band taking the stage
from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Tickets are
$15 and include admission to
both performances. The
concert will be at the Tampa
Theatre, 711 N. Franklin St.
Part of the Elvis is Every-
where festival, which is now in
its fourth year, GaryElvis. is
hoping the concerts draw
those who might not have seen
this type of show before.
"This is the fourth one I have
been involved with and I am
absolutely looking forward to
it and bringing in people who
have never been to an Elvis
show," he said. "(Those who
are new to the shows) are
always pleased because they
never expect the music to be of
such high quality."
GaryElvis will also be per-
forming two free concerts at
Channelside May 18 from 7 to
9 p.m. and the Lowry Park
Bandshell May 19 from 8 to 9
p.m. To purchase tickets, call
the Tampa Parks and Peciea-
tion Department, 274-8615, or
visit www.tampagov.net/
parksandrec to download the
order form.
For more, information on
GarvEhiis. visit www.garyelvi-
s.com or call'361-1247.

Nominations wanted for
business of year awards
Nominations for the Plant
City 2006 Business of the Year
awards are being accepted
through May 31. Forms are
available at the Greater Plant
Ciry Chamber of Commerce,
106 N. Exers St.
Those making nominations
can nominate more than one
business using a separate form,
for each nomination. Awards
will be presented in the follow-
ing categories: Growing
Business (three to 10 years in
business); Small Business (one
to 15 employees); Mid-Size
Business (16 to 50 employees);
Large Business (51 or more
employees: and Special
Business iextniplarv commu-rn-
iltm contiIbI.ltion i. W 1inn,-hrs
will be honored at the 14th
annual Business Awards Ban-
quet Nov. 2. Call: 754-3707.


SERIES COULD STAY

THROUGH 2009
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Everyone involved with the
2006 Florida high school soft-
ball championships at Plant
City Stadium last week seemed
pleased with the venue, orga-


nizing officials said.
"What a beautiful facility,"
said Jamie Watkins, the admi-
nistrator of softball for the
Florida High School Athletic
Association. "The players,
coaches, officials and fans are
more than impressed with this
ballpark."
Plant City's softball facility
is guaranteed a return engage-
ment next May.


If all goes well, and the offi-
cials involved believe that it
will, another two years of
championship softball will be
played at the stadium in 2008
and 2009.
The Hillsborough County
school district was the host of
the event. Jennifer Burchill,
the school district coordinator
of the event, said volunteers
provided by Plant City and


Durant high schools and
corporate sponsorship helped
make the event a big success.
"This was the first year that
we went *to -a single game
schedule," said Burchill. "That
helped to highlight each team.
And when you consider the
stadium venue in Plant City, it
made for an event that was
enjoyed by the players and
fans alike."


Blanton issues 'Call to prayer'
The Rev. Norm Blanton, of
Somebody Cares Plant City
and coordinator of the
National Day of Prayerin Plant
City earlier this month, is
asking for 10 days of prayer
and fasting in Plant City May
" 25 through June 3.:-
"It's time to humble our-
selves and seek God for
.spiritual unity and abounding
love1 for our community,"
laniton said.
For more information, call
Blanton at 752-4671.


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Carriers Collect 10 Tons For Food Bank


'ONE OF BEST
COLLECTIONS EVER'
By KEVIN BRADY
kbrady@mediageneral.com
Plant City opened its heart and pan-
tries May 13 to donate 10 tons of food
and hygiene items to the needy.
Part of a nationwide campaign by
letter carriers, area donations went to
the United Food Bank of Plant City.
"It was probably one of our best col-
lections ever," said food bank director
Linda Lawson. "This will carry us
through the summer. I was really
pleased. The bags for the collection,
which Publix paid for, went out to
more people than ever. It was really a
wonderful event."
Lawson was also pleasantly sur-
prised there were no reports of theft of
bags of food that homeowners typi-
cally hang on their mailboxes. "In the
past, we had reports of people driving
along and picking up the bags, but
there was not one incident of that this
year."
U.S. Postal Service letter carrier
Christopher Webster has been helping
with the drive since he started working
at the post office six years ago.
"It feels good to do this because we
are helping others who are less
fortunate. Who knows if one of us
could be in their position one day."
And while collecting the donations,
which are typically left in a plastic bag
hanging on a mailbox, might add a lot
to their typical load, Webster said
letter carriers do not mind.
"I know other letter carriers feel the
same way I do about this drive."
Several local businesses, including
Checkers, Arbys, Albertsons, Sonny's
BBQ.and Pizza Shack, also contrib-
uted to cause, providing food for vol-
unteers as they unloaded.


Founded in 1999, the United Food
Bank of Plant City has given out more
than 1 million pounds of food and
hygiene items since then.
The group, whose motto is "a hand
up, not a hand out," serves between
5,000 and 7,000 people a year, Lawson
said. A typical customer might be a
single mom with children, but the food
bank also serves many area seniors.
"Many of the seniors are having to
make a decision about food or med-
icine every day and they food loses
out."
For more information about the
food bank, call 764-0625.


I BRADY/Staff photos
Volunteers
unload food
collected by area
letter carriers
May 13 at the
United Food
Bank of Plant
City. At left, U.S.
Postal Service
vehicles pulled
up and unloaded
donations
throughout the
day at the United
Food Bank of
Plant City.


POLICE LOG


The following incidents were
reported to the Plant City Police
Department April 30 through May 6.
April 30
Commercial burglary, 1 p.m., 1900
block of James L. Redman Parkway
Vehicle burglary, 7 p.m., 300 block of
West Grant Street
May1I
Grand theft, 8:18 a.m., 2800 block of


James L. Redman Parkway
Vehicle theft, 9 a.m., 600 block of
Walter Drive
Retail theft, 11 a.m., 2100 block of
James L. Redman Parkway
Vehicle theft, 5:09 p.m., 900 block
West of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Boulevard
Battery, 5:31 p.m., South Waller and
West Warren streets


Burglary structure, 9 p.m., 2200
block of West Baker Street
Battery, 11:55 p.m., 1200 block of
Townsgate Court

May 2
Vehicle theft, 12:01 a.m., 1400 block
of Plantation Circle Apartments
Drug investigation, 3:08 a.m., 300
block of North Alexander Street


Vehicle burglary, 7:45 a.m., 0 to 100
block of Raider Place
Home burglary, 11 a.m., 500 block of
East Young Street
Battery, 11:15 p.m., 1500 block of
Larrick Lane
May 3
Burglary/criminal mischief, 2:33


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TODAY
Hurricane preparedness forum
Hillsborough County's Department of
Health and Social Services will present hur-
ricane survival information May 18 from 6:
30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Plant City Neighbor-
hood Service Center, 307 N. Michigan Ave.
Plant City Fire-Rescue representatives will
speak. RSVP: 757-3871, Ext. 201.

Business After Hours
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce will host a Business After Hours event
May 18 from 5:15 to 7 p.m. at Plant City Photo
Archives, 119 N. Collins St. Information: 754-
3707 or www.plantcity.org.

Blood drives
Florida Blood Services Plant City blood-
mobiles will be at the following locations in
Plant City this week:
May 18: Plant City Public Works Depart-
ment, 1802 W. Spooner St., 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
May 21: Hope Lutheran Church, 2001 N.
Park Road, 9 a.m. to noon.; Bill Heard Chev-
rolet, 2002 N. Frontage Road, 10 a.m. to 4
p.m.
May 25: TECQ Energy Plant City business
office, 405 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St., 10
a.m. to noon.
May 26: Lowe's, 2801 Jim Redman Park-
way, noon to 6 p.m.

'Menopause -The Musical'
The Lakeland Regional Medical Center
Foundation and Historic Polk Theatre of Lake-
land will present "Menopause The Musical"
May 18 at the theater, 127 S. Florida Ave.
The musical includes parodies of 28 songs
of the '60s and '70s and is a celebration for
women who are on the brink of, in the middle
of or have survived menopause. Tickets are
$45 and $30 for reserve seating. Tickets at $75
include the VIP after party. Call: 682-7553.

FRIDAY
Plant City Lancers golf tournament
The Plant City Lancers, a travel soccer
team, plan a fundraising golf tournament
May 19 at 4 p.m. at Plant City Golf Course.
Cost: $45 per person. Call: 299-2449.

SATURDAY
Strawberry Classic Car Show
The Strawberry Classic Car Show is set
for May 20 from 4 to 9 p.m. for cars and
trucks manufactured in 1980 and before.
Antiques, customs, classics and hot rods
will gather in and around McCall Park, 100
N. Collins St. Hernando County's 2005
Entertainer of the Year Brian Chytka will
provide entertainment. Admission and reg-
istration for the car show are free. Call: 754-
3707 or log on to www.plantcity.org.

Family life workshop
Fellowship Baptist Church, 13515 N. U.S.
301 in Thonotosassa, plans a free family life
workshop May 20 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Registration is from 7:30 to 8:55 a.m. Break-
out sessions for adults, couples, singles,
teens and children will continue through-
out the day. Snacks, lunch and day care will
be provided. Information: 982-1000 or reg-
ister online at www.fbc301.org.

Barbecue dinner
Sydney Assembly of God, 14905 Sydney
Road, plans a barbecue beef dinner May 20
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost: $7.50. All funds go
to the church's building fund. Call: 659-0532.

Margarita Ball
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
. merce will host the 2006 Margarita Ball May 20
from 7 p.m. to midnight at the home of Rick
and Di Lott, 3200 Polo Place. The event will
feature informal dining, a casino, fish derby,
live auction and a Jimmy Buffet-style band.
Cost is $100 per person. Call: 754-3707.

SUNDAY
Women's Day at Mount Olive
Mount Olive African Methodist Church,
1115 Madison St., plans a Women's Day
observance May 21 at 4 p.m. Call: 757-6338.

MONDAY
Children's theater
The Plant City Children's Theatre, 507 N.
See CALENDAR, Page 24


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Picks of the Week


Photo courtesy of Burt family

Tour of country homes
A tour of three country homes is planned from 2 to 4 p.m., May 20 in Plant City.
Featured will be Steve and Kathy Howell's home, a new house built on land deeded to
the Howell family by President Franklin Pierce in 1854, the home of Bud and Raquel
Burt built in 2000, reminiscent of a bungalow-style home, featuring a turn of the
century front door salvaged from England, and the home of Andy and Jeanne Knotts,
on property homesteaded by Jeanne's great-grandparents. The tour group will meet
at the Cornerstone Theater, 315 N. Collins St., at 2 p.m. and refreshments will be
served. Tickets are $15. The event benefits the Cornerstone Theater. Call: 752-3802.


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Hopewell Baptist homecoming
Hopewell Baptist Church, 6001 State Road 39 S., plans a homecoming service in the
church's new multi-purpose building May 21 at 10:30 a.m. The service will include a
multi-media presentation on the church's history and a choir. The church was
founded in the early 1870s by John and Sally McDonald, above. A new 10,000-square-
foot building at the church will be used for the service and then converted into a
dining area for a fellowship meal. Call: 737-3053.



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

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

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

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


Call: Kathie, 719-7668.


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

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

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

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






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Former

Scientologist

speaks out
I am an ex-staff and 20-year
veteran of the Church of
Scientology. I am writing this to
try to warn Plant City commu-
nity members and leaders
about this "church."
The "Church" of Scientology
is actually a for-profit business
masquerading as a non-profit
church.
I personally know several ex-
members who had had enough
and left.
Over the last 20 years,
downtown Clearwater has
come more and more under
the control of this church.
The Church of Scientology is
barely a church in the
traditional sense. It doesn't
even address man's spiritual
nature until much money has"
been paid to learn its "secrets."
The fresh initiate will at first be
strongly persuaded to buy
simple two-day courses that
teach absurdly basic and
obvious life-lessons. One of the
tricks to get you to buy these
courses is to take the "person-
ality test." The answers you
give will almost always prove
that you are a moron with
depression and have serious
relationship problems.
Then the church registrar
will rub your shortcomings into


your face until you are either
crying or just-cannot take it
anymore. (I was a trained
registrar in the church and
guilty of doing this to many.)
The worse the registrar can
make you feel, the more money
you'll cough up to get yourself
cured. We had a way of making
you feel so screwed up that it
became easier to persuade you
to buy our brand of pseudo-
psychotherapy, which runs
from $275 to $450 per hour!
What real church do you
know of demands that kind of
money for personal salvation?
As a Scientologist, you
become so overwhelmed with
the rhetoric by the other
members and their disciple-like
devotion to Mr. L. Ron Hubbard
that you become convinced
how happy and wonderful it all
is and how free and powerful
you will become. We actually
believed that only we, not any
other faith or philosophy, could
save the world and solve all,its
problems.
If the Church of Scientology
is truly the answer, then what is
truly wrong? It has degraded
into an isolated, closed-minded
group whose members resign-
edly follow their new leader's
policies without question.
Most Scientologists are not
aware of the facts. They are
good people, albeit blinded by
the enforced dogma of their
new leaders. Those using the
Internet are told to install a
special program on their PC
that blocks so-called "offensive"


Web sites that would actually
reveal to them all of the data i
have written about and more.
What a blow to a free person in
a free society!
There are countless more
stories by many others about
the Church of Scientology
found on the Internet for those
who have yet to make up their
mind.
Craig Robart
Plant City


Keeping faith

in Jesus
With all the talk lately about
the Church of Scientology and
then reading what some of
their members say about the -
organization, I wonder where
the word "church" fits in.
The Tampa Tribune recently
printed a full page ad on "The
Creed Of The Church Of
Scientology" and, from reading
this, they depend on them-
selves and man for whatever
they are seeking.
My Bible tells me "it is not by
works alone," that there is only
one mediator between us and
God Jesus Christ and we can
only come to God through his
son, not man.
For centuries, man has
sought an easy way to make a
better life and take on the cloak
.of immortality through many
ways. There are no shortcuts or
easy routes.


Anytime man comes up with
a new religion following after a
self-appointed messiah, they
are in error and cause confu-
sion in the untaught.
Their creed leaves much
wanting, leaving out redemp-
tion, forgiveness, the blood of
Christ, atonement and prayer.
Sorry folks, I am placing my
hope of a better life, salvation,
redemption and peace through
Jesus, and the written word that
has stood the test of time, not
some man with a new revelation.
George L. Henson
Plant City


Band thanks

Elks
We would like to take this
opportunity to thank the
Plant City Elks Lodge No. 1727
for sponsoring our pancake
breakfast fundraising event
, for the second year.
Their continued support of
the Plant Cit\ High School
band is really appreciated.
We would also like to offer
special thanks to Lamar
Porter's Forbes Road Produce
Stand for his generous
donation of fruit and Frank
Labarbera, Betsy Newsome
and Charlie Bennett for
donating their time to help set
up, cook and serve the
breakfast.
Dale Rodenmeyer
Plant City High School Band
Parents Association


I Think My Hard Drive Has Reached Capacity


T his week I have been working hard on the manu-
script for my book. We're heading out of town for
a cruise in a matter of days (from Seattle to
Juneau, Alaska) and the first draft is due on my


editor's desk before we leave
Unfortunately I seem to have
developed a bad case of
writer's block. Not for the lack
of anything to write about so
much as the information
overload vying for limited room
in my head. When there is that
level of competition for my
attention it seems that all I can
hear is an aggravating buzz like
white noise.
It could well be that I've
simply run out of usable space in
my brain. Contrary to everything
we have been told about our
under-utilization of brain power,
I'm beginning to believe there
just comes a time when the thing
fills up and rolls over.
One part of the equation
goes like this: "Scientists say
most Americans use less than a'
third of the capacity of their
brains."
Another part read thus:
"Once the brain is fully devel- .
oped about age 5 it ceases
to grow."
Then we have also been told,
to varying degrees: "A number
of variables kill off brain cells.
Among these are physical
injury, alcohol, oxygen depriva-


- i
DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


tion, smoking, disease and
advancing age.".
So here's the equation: Initial
brain capacity times 33 percent
... minus the cumulative damage
inflicted by physical injury,
substance abuse and age...
equals our processing capability
today. Or, IBC X 33 percent (PI
+ beer + OD + age) = PC.
Personally, I am deeply'
suspicious that, once I factor in
my initial IQ and estimate
other disturbing data such as
the number of times I


employed my skull to "head" a
sodden freezing soccer ball
growing up in England, the
"reduced.capacity" portion of
the equation may well be
working on my original 33
percent. Or, to put it another
way, I'm fresh out of virgin
brain cells.
I guess the computer geeks
would say that I need to get my
hard drive de-fragmented.
However, even if my storage
space were up to speed, there's
still the thorny issue of process-
ing. I feel like a 64K micropro-
cessor trying to deal with
programs that require a couple
of gigahertz of RAM.
I simply can't run "Prepare
to leave for vacation 3.0" at the
same time as "Finish writing
your book 7.0." Especially
When "Stay on top of your job,"
"Teach four classes at church,"
and every other routine day-
by-day application is running
in the background because
they simply never ever turn off.
My health food friends tell
me that a few shots of ginkgo
biloba or Siberian ginseng
would do the trick. Maybe I'm
deficient in some of those
"essential fatty acids," or
perhaps the answer lies in
green tea, antioxidants,
flaxseed or fish oil.
To tell you the truth I'm not
so sure that I want my brain


capacity extended or even
enhanced. You know the saying,
"Work expands to fill the space
provided." I'm more inclined to
consider dumping a bunch of
the mess to free up the remain-
ing 18 percent to 20 percent of
my brain that's still in relatively
good working order.
We all know how it goes.
People with three-car garages
hang on to three times as much
junk they will never use, people
with backpacks haul around
more unnecessary fill than
those with pocket books, and
of course the guy with the
pickup truck ends up with
everyone else's stuff bouncing
around in the back.
Simplicity is a much better
plan, both for our minds and for
the way that we live. So mean-
while, while we're cruising and
freezing on the tfords of Alaska,
I plan to sweep a number of
those cobwebs from my
crowded shrinking brain.
But don't worry about the
book. The book is coming
along just fine. At least for a
newly 50 way-too-distracted
procrastinator who is now
using less than 20 percent of
his brain.

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


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BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist

Plant City Entertainment
Inc., our hometown theater
troupe, could have a
M.A.S.H. unit at their last
production.
The troupe staged
"M*A*S*H" earlier this month
at HCC's Plant City campus,
but "The Plague" by Albert
Camus might have more
appropriate!
Dr. Hal Brewer had to step
in when the assigned director
left due to a job transfer.
Then, another cast member
developed a severe infection
and had to be hospitalized,
one wrecked his car, another
had impacted wisdom teeth
and yet another, in a singing
role, got severe bronchitis.
And that wasn't the finale.
Hal had to undergo a heart
catheterization and then, two
rehearsals before show time,
a main character had to be
replaced due to sickness -
Peter D'Alessio stepped into
that role and on opening
night, the assistant director's
husband had chest pains that
sent everyone scrambling for
a working stethoscope.
The cast wants to thank
D'Alessio for jumping in as a
replacement and "doing a
beautiful job," says Hal. They
are also thankful to the staff
at the new Jim and Ruby Jean
Redman Emergency Room at
South Florida Baptist
Hospital for taking care of
the chest pain patient in
record time.
We wish everyone good
health and hope "Guys and
Dolls," the next production
in July, will go on without a
hitch!

Well done Roy and Ron
They want all the attention
to go the kids, but Ron
Bergman and Roy Goodman
deserve a big thank you for
their efforts in trying to send
kids with cancer to an Ameri-
can Cancer Society camp.
These gentlemen and
more than 100 recruited
sponsors are responsible for
the annual Walden Lake
Powder Puff Classic golf
tournament fundraiser that
was held in March. Ron and
Roy have raised $9,000 so far
and need about $2,000 more
to send eight kids to the
camp this year.
The camp, where the
youngsters are watched over
by full-time volunteer
pediatric oncologists and
nurses, is the only one of its
kind in Florida and is set for
July 2-8 in Eustis.
A big thanks must also go
to the players, including the
See BRIGGS, Page 24


BETTY BRIGGS/Photo
Dr. Hal Brewer and his wife, Lynn, agree staging "M*A*S*H" was like trying to herd a bunch of cats. Hal is the director of Plant City
Entertainment Inc.


Photo courtesy of Tomlin Middle School


The Tomlin
Middle School's
boys flag
football team
recently cele-
brated another
successful
season.


BETrY BRIGGS/Photo
Jodi Smith celebrated her birthday poolside at the Ramada Inn.


Photo courtesy of Mohler family
Elizabeth "Betty" Howell's great-granddaughter Michelle Fowler,
left, holds Betty's great-great-granddaughter Isabella Fowler.


Photo courtesy of Melane Byrd
Another worthy cause in the fight against cancer is the Relay for
Life that was held at the Plant City High School stadium April 15-
16. Among the groups who participated in the event were the
Plant City Federated Republican Women's Club. They are, seated
in front, Sue Brady, left, Phil McCullen, Johnnie Byrd, Chandra
Carmack, Bryars Byrd and Bailey, the dog. Standing, Sherer Byrd,
canine Riley, Briana Corizine, Christina Corizine, Renee Corizine,
Mary Jo Futch, Diana Corizine, Art Wood, Mary Wood, Theresa
Palmer, Gene Mendonsa, Al Bodurtha, Tina Pike, Amanda Byrd
and Melane Byrd.


BETrY BRIGGS/Photo


Ron Bergman, a
former Nabisco
executive, is
trying to help
children with
cancer go to
camp this
summer.





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COMMENTARY


Talks With Iran Are A Must


President Bush should talk
to the Iranians. Refusing to
talk is childish. How would the
Cold War have ended if Ronald
Reagan had refused to talk to
Soviet leaders? How would
relations with China have
been established if Richard
Nixon had said he would never
talk to Chinese leaders?
For heaven's sake, how
would the American
Revolution have ended if the
Americans had refused to talk
to the British?
It is those with whom you
have a disagreement that you
most need to talk to. There are
only two ways to resolve a con-
flict through negotiations or
by force. Bush's refusal to talk
to the Iranians, except in terms
of threats and ultimatums,
seems reckless. Unlike the use
of force, talking doesn't cost
you anything.
New York Times columnist
Tom Friedman said recently
that if the choice is. another
military adventure led by this
administration or a nuclear
Iran, he'll take the nuclear
Iran and rely on conventional
deterrence. Smart guy. That's
how any sensible person


would see it. A nuclear-armed
Iran would not be a threat to
the U.S. or to Israel, both of
which have plenty of war-
heads to act as a deterrent.
Let me offer this for your
consideration: Beginning in
1991, we bombed and starved
Iraq for 13 years. That coun-
try, with an area of about
437,000 square kilometers
and a population of about 20
million, has nevertheless
given us three years of hell -
thousands of casualties,
hundreds of billions of dollars
spent on it, and even on this
very day, we do not control
Iraq.
What do you think will
happen if we blunder into
Iran a nation of 65 million
people and a land area of 1.6
million square kilometers?
Some of the mental and moral
midgets who talked us into
the Iraq debacle may claim
Iran can be handled by the Air
Force. Not so. We drop one
bomb on Iran and we are in a
war right up to our necks. The
Iranians will fight with every
means at their disposal, and
that's a lot more than Iraq
had.


There's no country outside
of the United States that
wants a war with Iran. Iran
has invaded no one and has
threatened to invade no one.
It is a signatory of the Nuclear
Non-Proliferation Treaty, and
that treaty gives it the right to
enrich uranium for its nuclear
power stations. That's what
Iran has done. There is not
one shred of evidence that the
Iranians seek to build a
nuclear bomb. They say
repeatedly that they have no
desire to build a bomb, and
we have no evidence to
contradict them.
However, even if they did,
no nation has the right to tell
them they can't. The U.S.,
Great Britain, France, Russia,
China, India, Pakistan and
Israel all have nuclear weap-
ons why not Iran? India,
Pakistan and Israel, unlike
Iran, have refused to sign the
nonproliferation treaty and
have refused to allow
international inspectors.
What kind of madness is it
that makes an American
president believe that he has
the right to dictate to the
world? It is wrong that Bush is


sending his flunkies around
the world to cause trouble for
Iran with its banking and
business connections. By
what right does he do this? He
does it because he has the
power to do it, and that is the
worst possible sign of a leader
- that he does something just
because nobody can stop
him.
Justice is not on our side in
this affair. Iran's internal
affairs are no concern of ours.
If you wish to worry about
nuclear warheads, you would
be better to worry about those
attached to intercontinental
ballistic missiles and sitting in
silos in China and Russia. I
would worry more about
those than about those not
even built yet by people who
say they have no intention of
building them and who for
some years won't even have
the capability.
I wonder if the president
really thinks that after all his
bullying, the Iranians are
going to say, "OK, we won't
enrich uranium." Never in a
million years. What they are
most likely to do is tell the
United States that if their


CHARLEY
REESE
Columnist


rights under the nonprolifera-
tion treaty will not be
respected, then there is no
point in their being a partici-
pant, and we can stick it in
our ear.
What will Mr. Bush do
then? Go to war and wreck the
world economy? I hope that
then his rich friends will
intervene and say, "Now, cool
it, George, you're about to
cost us all a lot of money."
Losing money- that might
dissuade him. He seems
utterly indifferent to the loss
of lives and moral standing.

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


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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dorer S. Doi er Rd Dorining St.
65,2'. 261)1

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen (mpel: 1109 1. lanura St.

mountl lite I113 iW. adison 51
tount Olite: HIoron Rd. 'J3-2628

APOSTOLIC
.tsamblea .postolka:
1501 Colson Rd. "3"-396
A..osolie al(rch ofllesus Christ:
1212 If. Reynolds, 4"- 5130

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: Pinecres/ Rd.
lilhia. 685-.2402
Bethell: 9804 Harnei Rd.
lhonotomassa. 986-5"'1
(alro' i ellouship:
1110 V. Gordon St.. '52-5005
Christian IifeJ.ssemb/lr.
3120 S. Iiller Rd., 65"-4802
Dover first: SR 5"1 & Pettie Rd.
689-03i43
Faith Femple: I-4 at Hillsborough-Polk
County line. ~52-0532
Faith lighthouse:
3-409 SR 39 N. '521885
first Plant (ill:
(harlie Griffin Rd,
i of R 39 :., 52-- 351
'ior lafla. corner of South HuiTr 39
a. Willet Rd, "3" 4656
Kevsrille. SR 640, "3"-803
Mount lion:
1-- alt honoiosassa Rd "52-1614-
Pleasant Gime:
ltrke Creek Rd "3"-3529
1k/lon Iorship (enter.
County line Rd "54-608.9
Srd-ne: .rdner Rd, 1/Ml0 mi. f
ofSidne'-DmDer Rd. 659-0532
turkey Creek:
Turkey Creek Rd. "54-53"2

BAPTIST
A.mra: Furke' Creek Rd.
.of SR 60. 73".339
.41afla Baptist: 222 .4afta churchh Rd,
63-i-8845
Antioch: Horton Rd. "3"-32i0
Berea: 5R39 S. "3"-1232
Bethanr: fork Rd. "52 9209
Bethel: 80 W. Renfro St. "54.2239
Beulah: Allen 6 Counh' line Rd.
lIthia. "3".1122
Bible: Charlie griffin Rd.
"52.28'5
Burdhwod Temple: Euclid Dr 6
SR 5"'. "52-3"82
Cah/ar Free Will:
3539 Frapnell Rd E.
(edar Groe: E. Ke sr-Ille Rd.
"37.123-i
Central of Ithib.a:
Pineerest & Kestille Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. Alsobrook, "52-3"40
Communitti Christian:
1310 %. Shannon. le. "51-5383
Crssnroads. SR39 5. Pinecrest.
" "-1211
Countryside Baptist Chumnh.
13322 5rdnet Rd., 5" I8200
Doter Hirst: Gallagher Rd.
659-02013
Easlside: 1318 F Calhoun St.
"54-2681
East lhonolosassa: lcintosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd. 986-4-346
Faith temple Primitire:
808 Ii. Washington St. "'5-6661
First Baptist (burch of lfiduw-:
Mlduwa Rd. "52. "209
first Baptist lithia.
Intersection of SR39 &
lithla Pinecrest Rd. "-3"-1121
First Plant (Cir:
503 ,. Palmer. "52- 104
First honolosassa fissionan ':
Mlclntosh Rd. 986--4"56
Harmonyl Baptist Church:
6008 iK. KnighLs Griffin Rd. 986-"-65
Hopeuell: 5R39 S. "3"-.3053
Knights: Pault Buchman Hui:
"52-49"2


lelanon: Branch lories Rd.
"52 2006
lone wak- lone Oak Rd. "54'2"8
llountl iriarlh freeluill:
arnren I-"Johnsont it. "54 -39"
Ilount 1Morialh freuill.
2042 tolson Ri "5"-1490
.llount Olive: 604 V. Ball St.
"5i 3834
Aeu, Hope Freeut ll
Baptist Chmrch::
3101 .5rdne' Doter Rd.. Doter
Ne,\w e lion Freenill:
30il Daniel Rd., "52-3985
\ortlhside:
I'0) franklin it, "52-2""9
OalawootLAirport Rd. "52 5499
Plant C1i/ Prinmithe:
509 A. Eiars S., "54-3261
Pleasant Grmte First:
turkey Creek Rd. "3'-2556
Shiloh Baptist Church:
905 It. Terrace Dr., "54-'- 45
Springhead: S. tIfggins Road,
"5-. --8"9
St. Luke fMissionarn:
108 S. Warnell St. "5 F-4992
1S. Itfan's Fwreull.:
Hunter 6 Warren St. "5+-6853
St. Mart- ,lissionatr:
1804 S.R. 60E., "3" 3668
St. Mary's Communitl Church:
90" E. aura St. '54-166
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd. 659-1502
Turke- Creek Community
Baptist church:
54-"" urkey (reek Rd.
813-"3"-1224
furker 'Creek First:
i upnell Rd. "52-'"890
'i/lons Missionary: Maki Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11308 Welcome
CIhurch St. (813) "3".2288
Bestside. 2503 Granfleld.tv.
"52-1450
bhlteburst Rd: 901 V. llbilehurst Rd.
"54-5405

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little nlion: 15510 County Rd39.
lithia. 634--i"54
Salem Primilite:
14402 Salem Church Rd.. Sydney

CATHOUC
St. Clement: 1104 .. Alexander St.
"52-8251

CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd. 938 A. Wilder Rd.
"52-2"'I
Cork: Cork Road. "52-1.521
Laura 51: 1310 E. Laura St.
"52-2858
Springhead"* liggins Rd, "54-1485

CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonolosassa Rd.
"52-5385


CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
McIntosh Rd, of SR 5"4

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Aen' Grace. 1214- E. [aura S

CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland Terin I
Calt ar- Communitr:
5209 5mith-R-als Rd
Dorer: Dounn'ing St. 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudlake Rd. '52-4591
Turker Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR60, "3"-i331
Thonolosassa:
l"02 N. Tarllor R986-1916

CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson Indiarna)
Kingsu'aY first: 2808 Kingsuv, A..
Seffier. 65"-"500
Plant Cit.: Grace fellouship
"13 .1sobrook St. 361-8190
First: '. Gordon and Baker St.
"52-6438
Gospel Tabernacle:./llen & Haines St


EPISCOPAL
St. Peters. 301I. Care.y St.
"52.5061

FULL GOSPEL
Destiny (hurih of Plant (ih
1112 \. Wheeler St..
813-659.2181

HOLINESS
Deliverance tabernacle:
808 W. Grani -St.
Refuge Clburch oufJ Or lont
"28 If. Ball 5/.

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel tabernacle:
2311 Sanunonds Rd. "5-1-3843
Restoration .Assembly:
106 S. Eter St.
Et angelists for Jesus tabernacle:
SR 5"-4. F. of Doer. 659.0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Caltar' Chapel Plant Cih-:
1310 North Shannon Ate., 892.0510
Christian Gron th Center:
1310 .. Shannonu. "19.2909
Co enant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tobmlin St. "54.1133
Deeper Life fellowship.
Cotilla Rd. I of SR39 AS.
Rerial Outreach Center.
225 N. Dorer Rd, 681-2250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall: 3202iA. ,Marand .4 Ae.
"52-3345

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of lesus (brist IDS:
1805 \. Park Rd, "52-6364

LUTHERAN
Hope LOIS: 2001 Park Bltd. "52-4622
lord of life iCA4:
210-1 Mud Lake Rd. "52.6064

NAZARENE
IFagoner Memorial:
2402. Mud lake Rd, "52-"863

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel Fellouship:
IW. MlinAre.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. "54-38-3

Greater Lore Christian Center
1109 N. Franklin St. "59-82"0
Impact family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffiser Elementary,
School. 65"-"914
Kainos International
Church of Florida.-
902 F. Renjo St. "64-0929
rampa Bible Fellouship:
10201 F. Hillsborough Are. "5--26"4
l nih'UChrisl Church:
1911 N. Cordon St, 659-2624
Iouman's Praise and Worship (enter:
U.S. 92

ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Orthodox Church:
3820 M.oores Lake Rd. Doer. 659-0123

PENTECOSTAL
Greater Heights Family
Norship Center:
3301 (lemons Rd. "54-"088
lifting waters foursquare
Church: 602 S. Elers St. "59-0528
New Hope worship (enter
803 IW Mahone' St, "5".6123

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Doer. Moore's Lake & Holiness
Church Rd. 659-1301
Church of the thing God.
1102 liler St. '54-5840

PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant Cih'y:
110" Charlie Griffin Rd, "59-9383
First Presbyterlan Plant hCi':
4#0 IF. Reftolds St. "52-4211


SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
ikalk ithaIGodllinisltn:
15140 SR 5"i. Domer. 65.9.0930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant Citr: 2203 Strauberrn Dr.
'52- 4694

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, INC
.S IF ( 'Single Again fellowship i-
fitangelism"l 2011 Sonth Ifiggins Rd..
"5-322-i

SOUTHERN METHODIST
first: 103 WJohnson Rd.
"5#-5968

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark united church :
2914 lihia-lPinecresl Rd. Ilarico.
685-0998

UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4.815 It Sam Allen Rd.
"5--3233
Dover First: ,Hoore's Lake Rd at
Itethod/it Churrh Rd. 659-.115
firs/ Plant (ihi: 303J E ren St.
"54-3519
Grace: 1801 E. (hem St. 659.3"18
Sunsel Heights: Iffaler Dr. "5 4-24il
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd.
"52-5"51
St. luke: 809 F. Laura St. "5' 6051
Ihonolosassa: Fort King Hin' at
Mistletoe Dr.. 986-'135
rlnint Plant (Cih:
402 W. linglish St. "52-9316

WORD OF FAITH
faith Oultrach Church of Plant City
HRC Plant C(t) Campus,
John R Trinkle Building
1206 ,orbh Park Rd.. "59-92"3



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402 Englishi Sr..
Plant Cit

Pastor's Message 5/21/06
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On Way Home


SCOTT THOMPSON
WAS 21
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Deacon Jim Thompson did
not find it an easy chore to
eulogize his nephew, Scott
William Thompson, during a
funeral service at Plant City's
First Baptist Church, as the
words often stuck in his
throat.
"Last Friday morning Scott
rode down victory lane,"
Thompson told about 800
mourners who filled the spa-
cious church. "When he
stopped, he was in the win-
ners circle."
The younger Thompson,
21, the son of Bill and Sherry
Thompson, died in a single
car. crash, around 3:15 a.m.


May 12. According to a Hills-
borough County Sheriffs
Office report, his car veered
off the road, struck a brick
mailbox and spun into a large
oak tree.
Thompson, 4802 N. Charlie
Taylor Road, was a 2003 grad-
uate of Plant City High School.
He worked with his father at
Thompson Automotive
Machine in Plant City since he
was old enough to handle a
broom. His passion for racing
began a s a child, when he
drove go-carts around his par-
ents' property north of town.
In 2005, Thompson was
named the Volusia County
Racing Champion. After step-
ping up in class, he was on his
way to compete for rookie of
the year honors, his uncle
said.
Hopewell Funeral Home
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GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
About 1,000 people lined up to enter Plant City First Baptist Church May 15 to sign the visitors'
book and give condolences to the family of Scott William Thompson, 21, who died in a car crash
near his home on Charlie Taylor Road early May 12. The viewing, scheduled for two hours, took
twice that long to complete.


depicting Thompson through-
out his life. Much of it revolved
around his love for family,
friends and racing.
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book and give their condo-
lences to the family. For
hours, the line reached out
the front door and around the
block. The visitation, sched-
uled for two hours, took four


to complete.
"The public showed their
love and concern, not only for
Scott, but to the support of his
mother and father, and all the
family in our time of need,"
Thompson said.


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OFFERINGS
First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church of
Plant City, 404 W. Reynolds
St., holds Sunday school from
9 to 10 a.m. Sunday morning
with a worship service from
10:15 to 11:15 a.m. Commu-
nion is celebrated the first
Sunday of each month. Call:
752-4211.

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. Classes are available for
ages 2 through adult.
Call: 752-4622.

Eastside Baptist Church
Eastside Baptist Church,
1318 E. Calhoun St., offers a
Sunday Bible study from 9:30
to 10:30 a.m.; morning wor-
ship at 10:45 a.m. (with Chil-
dren'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: 754-2681.


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 BuddyFreddys.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Tuesdays at 7
a.m. at Fred's Market Restau-
rant.
Free classes for those who
have gone through a divorce
or are facing one, Sundays
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 work-
book.
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 instru-
ments will be offered June 5-
July 15 for $98.
Let's Make Music, a music
and arts experience for chil-
dren in grades one through
five 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, Thursday
and Friday evenings from 6:30
to 8:30 p.m. and Saturday
from 9:30 a.m. to noon for $20
a person.
Call: 750-4878.

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

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


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

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

Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational
Divine Family Worship Center
offers services Sundays at 11:
15 a.m. at the Comfort Inn,
2003 S. Frontage Road. Call:
643-8989.
Bible study program
The women's ministry of
Bethany Baptist Church offers
a Bible study, "Beloved Disci-
ple: The Life and Ministry of
John," Wednesdays at 9 a.m.
Brunch will be served each
week and child care will be
provided. The church is at
3409 N. Cork Road.
Call: 752-9209.


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

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

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

Mount Olive events
Mount Olive Baptist
Church, 604 W. Ball St., offers
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DEATHS


Paschall
The Rev. Harry 0. Paschall, 73, of
Hawthorne died April 27.
He was born in Plant City and was a
U.S. Air Force veteran of the Korean
War era, serving as a technical sergeant
in Germany.
He was an honor graduate of Plant
City High School; a graduate of David-
son College, Davidson, N.C.; and
received his bachelor of divinity degree.
from Austin Presbyterian Theological
Seminary in Austin, Texas.
He served Presbyterian churches in
Texas, North Carolina, Alabama, Flor-
ida and New Jersey. He also taught at
Pen Tyn Country Day School near
Philadelphia; was an instructor of
adult education in Trenton, N.J.; was
director of the learning lab at the Ford
truck plant in Louisville, Ky., and did
post-graduate work at Princeton Theo-
logical Seminary in Princeton, N.J.
He is survived by two sons, Charles
F. of Augusta, Ga., and Christopher 0.
of Hawthorne; a brother, Dr. Homer A.


of Palatka; three sisters, Doris Howze
and Virginia Moorhead, both of Crys-
tal River, and Helen Foreman of Lake-
land; and two grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Wilder
Florence P. Wilder, 87, of Plant City
died May 1.
She is survived by a stepson, Thomas
W. Jr. of Lakeland; three brothers, E.J:
Reubeling of Burnesville, N.C., Clar-
ence Reubeling of Plant City and Larry
Reubeling of Lehigh Acres; two sisters,
Helen Thompson of Marianna and
Betty Jean Davis of Hiawassee, Ga., a
close friend, Frank Minnino of Plant
City; and many nephews and nieces.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Gill
Elmer H. Gill, 84, of Plant City died
May 4.
He was born in Fort Lonesome and
was a lifelong resident of Plant City.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World
War II and a retired phosphate mine
superintendent.
He is survived by his wife, Marie; a
son, Ronnie Fortner of Lithia; a
daughter, Alice F. Looper of Brooks-


ville; three grandchildren; and five
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Tucker
Ora L. Tucker, 100, of Plant City died
May 4.
She was born in Savannah, Tenn.,
and moved from Stelle, Md., to Plant
City 55 years ago.
-She was a homemaker and attended
Knights Baptist Church of Plant City.
She is survived by a son, Robert B. of
Plant City; a daughter, Beatrice Hinton
of Portageville, Mo.; two sisters, Kath-
leen Henry of Florence, Ala., and
Erlene Harris of Crump, Tenn.; 12
grandchildren; 14 great-grandchil-
dren; and seven great-great-grandchil-
dren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Hobkirk
Odtis C. Hobkirk, 91, of Plant City
died May 5.
He was a lifelong resident of Plant
City and a supervisor for an ice cream
manufacturing company.
He is survived by his wife, Margaret;
four sons, Fred Johnson of Lakeland,
Harold Johnson of Matton, Ill., Frank


of Stewart, Tenn., and Bob of Tampa; a
daughter, Phyllis Kulp of Bedford, Va.;
19 grandchildren; and 32 great-grand-
children.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Casiera
Pedro G. Casiera, 58, of Plant City
died May 7.
He was born in the Philippines and
moved here in 1990.
He was a laborer for the Hills-
borough County Public Works Depart-
ment and a Catholic.
He is survived by his wife, Ninin;
four sons; two daughters; three broth-
ers; and three sisters.
Haught Funeral Home.

Carlisle
Lossie G, Carlisle, 76, of Plant City
died May 6.
He was born in Milton and was a
veteran of the U.S. Air Force.
He was a truck driver.
He is survived by two sons, Roy and
Michael; two daughters, Terri Cowart
and Tammy Rogers; a brother, Hillard;
a sister, Evelynn Leavitt; eight grand-
children; and six great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.


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CALL TO PRAYER
MAY 25 -JUNE 3


Heavenly Father, we come before you today to ask Your
forgiveness and seek Your direction and guidance. We know You
Word says 'Woe to those who call evil good, but that's exactly what
we have done. We have lost our spiritual equilibrium and inverted
our values. We confess that:

We have ridiculed the absolute truth of You Word and called
it moral pluralism; We have worshiped other gods and called it
multiculturalism;
We have endorsed perversions and called it alternative lifestyle;
We have exploited the poor and called it the lottery;
We have neglected the needy and called it self preservation;
We have rewarded laziness and called it welfare;
We have killed our unborn and called it choice;
We have shot abortionists and called it justifiable;
We have neglected to discipline our children and called it
building esteem;
We have abused power and called it political savvy;
We have coveted our neighbor's possessions and called it
ambition;
We have polluted the air with profanity and pornography and
called it freedom of expression;
We have ridiculed the time honored values of our forefathers and
called it enlightenment.
Search us 0 God and know our hearts today; try us and see if
there be some wicked way in us; cleanse us from every sin and set
us free. I askit in the name of your Son, the Lining Savior, Jesus
Christ, Amen

Humbly bow before God in prayer and confession. Prayer offered by Pastor Joe Wright
before the State House of Topeka, Kansas.

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IN THE SPIRIT


The Rev. Elaine Johnson Bridges: Calvary Fellowship Assembly Of God


Elaine Bridges, the pastor at Calvary
Fellowship Assembly of God, 1110 N.
Gordon St., was a child when she first
felt called to preach. She resisted for
almost 30 years before saying, like the
prophet Samuel, "Speak, Lord, for
your servant is listening."
Q: Where were you raised?
A: In Sydney, then Plant City. I just
turned 40 April 26.
Q: Where did you attend church?
A: I learned so much in the South-
ern Baptist Church. In Sydney, my
pastor was Mack Luke, then after we
moved into Plant City, I attended
Shiloh Baptist. When I was a small
child, my mother said I'd walk around


the house and re-preach sermons.
Q: What was your first career?
A: I left high school early to look
after my father, then got my GED and
worked 16 years for SunTrust Bank in
Mulberry, Winter Haven, Lakeland
and then Plant City as head teller. I
felt the call to preach and I tried to run
from it so long..
Q: What does it mean to be a
pastor?
A: Servant leadership. The pastor's
just the biggest servant in the church.
We're called Christians because we
should be like Christ. He came to
serve and we have it a little confused
in the church today.


Q: What do you think of Plant City?
A: This is my life, I've known people
for generations. I feel like I'm
grounded.
Q: What makes you proud of your
husband?
A: His humility. I married Johnny
Bridges in 1986. We have a 17-year-
old daughter, Joli. He doesn't have a
problem as a man letting me do what I
need to do. It's not an ego issue. He
makes a lot of sacrifices and I'm so
proud of him.
Q: What makes a good marriage?
A: Honesty, communication,
See SPIRIT, Page 17


DEREK MAUL/Photo
Elaine Bridges, pastor at Calvary
Fellowship Assembly of God, 1110 N.
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SA time machine will operate
in Plant City May 20 when the
East Hillsborough Historical
Society will celebrate Historic
Preservation Month with an
open house May 20 from 1 to 4
p.m. at the 1914 Plant City
High School Community
Center, 605 N. Collins St.
The museum room and
archives center will be open
and the tour is free.
The center features photog-
raphy displays, old books and
periodicals, artwork; cameras,
a train room with running
miniature trains and sundry
items from Plant City's his-
tory.
"This is a way for people to
be able to reflect on the his-
tory and heritage of Plant City
and to get more of an appreci-
ation of our past," said Shelby
Bender, president of the his-
torical society for the last three
years. "More and more his-
toric buildings and collections
are disappearing."
For thoge who might think
history has no relation to their
modern lives, Bender, who
has been involved with the
society for 22 years, begs to
differ.
"It gives you strength when
you know what' your back-
ground is," Bender said. "I
think if young people looked
more at their heritage and his-
tory it would give them the
strength and courage to say 'If
my ancestors can do it, so can
I.'",
The historical society,
formed in 1974, is a nonprofit
organization dedicated to the
preservation of the historical
and cultural heritage of Plant
City and Eastern Hillsborough
County. The group's offices
are on the second floor of the
1914 Plant City High School,
which is on the National Reg-
ister of Historic Places.
For more information, call
757-9226.


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Thursday the
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in the paper. This
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news, calendar
items, church-
related items,
business notes,
entertainment and
school notes.
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Plant City, FL 33566
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Diabetes Education Support
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For more information or to enroll,
call Lisa Finley at (813) 757-8202.
June 6
5-6pm
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Cost: Free

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

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


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No appointment necessary.
4th Tuesday of every month
2-3pm
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Cost: $15

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Healtcare Providers
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July 18, 9am-1 1:30am; Recertification Only
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whether you are currently breastfeeding
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June 5
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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.

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June 26 -July 31
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the Red Rose Ballroom at the Ramada Inn. At left,
from left, are Sylvia Knox, education department
chairwoman, Kellie Liess, Ashley Watkins, Kyle Henry,
S" Lillie Johnson, Alejandro Ramirez, Amanda Roop, Jino
Mathew, Ashley Murray and Alise Sollenberger, club
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SPIRIT
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perseverance. The feelings
come and go, but it's all about
the commitment.
Q: How did God finally rope
you into ministry?
A: I received the calling
while I was teaching on Elijah
and Elisha. I fought it to the
last day, but I couldn't
because I knew what I had to
do. I was installed as pastor in
2003. I have a Bible school
diploma from the Urban Bible
Training Course. The assemb-
lies have a fast-track program
to get you working. I still have
my eye on Southeastern
Baptist Theological for
seminary.
Q: Are you glad you listened
to God?
A: I am now. Now I'm very
glad. The other assembly
ministers have all been very
kind, and the people here
have no problem at all. The
church is beginning to see our
growth now. Our vision is big.
We love people and we know
people are the heart of God.
Q: Describe Calvary
Fellowship.
A: It's the perfect church for
imperfect people, where you
can serve. If you're looking for
fluff or entertainment, this is
not the place. But if you're
looking for the truth and a
place to serve, then this is it.
We're a church that accepts
people. It doesn't matter to us
what status the world would
give you we're all equal.
Q: What's the biggest
challenge for today's church?
A: People want to be
entertained, and they don't
always want the truth.
Churches feel like they have to
compromise. It's a real
challenge in this society, but
church-is about service to
other people.
Q: Do you watch TV and
movies?
A: I'm too much of a critic. I
don't like to watch things I
can't learn something from.
To me studying is a hobby. I
love American history, there's
something passionate about
the way the country was
formed.
Q: What music do you
enjoy?
A: Passionate music,
coming from the heart. Praise
and worship, something that


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matters. I just love that.
Q: And books?
A: "Total Forgiveness,"
by R.T. Kendal. I'm reading
very slowly because it digs
so deep. It has so much
truth about real forgiveness
and the freedom that
comes with it.
Q: What do you do for
fun?
A: I love to go fishing,
freshwater off the bank. I
don't really know what I'm
doing, I just love to go. Plus
I love Disney World. I try to
get over there for my
escape.
Q: Where do you like to
eat?
A: Oh my goodness, the
Market Restaurant of
course, you can't bypass
that. Then Mi Casa, the
Mexican restaurant (2613
Thonotosassa Road) up
behind McDonald's.
Q: What gives you joy in
ministry?
A: Seeing people grow.
People on the verge of
divorce who stay married.
People living healthy lives.
Q: If you could have a
two-hour lunch with
anyone in the world, who
would you choose?
A: My 17-year-old
daughter. I don't
understand young people
and I never get a chance to
sit down with her.
Q: Are there any miscon-
ceptions about Christians?
A: That we're crazy,
blowing up abortion clinics
and screaming at people,
that we have no tolerance
for people. That's a fanatic,
not a Christian.
Q: What scripture would
you like to share?
A: Psalm 116:1-2. "I love
the Lord, for he heard my
voice; he heard my cry for
mercy. Because he turned
his ear to me, I will call on
him as long as I live." No
matter what happens, he
always hears me. I love that
thought.
Q: Are you optimistic?
A: I'm very optimistic
because I serve God. He
will always provide what
you need, but in America
'we are very confused about
what we need.

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GEORGE H. NEWMAN/S[aff photos


Above, Trooper Steve Varnell of the Florida Highway Patrol was
chosen for special recognition for his efforts leading to arrests
made in a recent drug investigation. Highway patrol Maj.
Thomas Knight presented Varnell with his agency's recognition
award, citing Varnell's 20 years of service and his efforts with a
drug interdiction team. Below, Florida Highway Patrol Trooper
Dean Emnie retiring after 725 vears in law enforcement, w c


IA given special recognitionby highway patrol Maj. Thomas
A salute to law enforcement Kniht. .
Above, Hillsborough County Deputy Shawn Helmer was chosen by Sheriff David Gee as the- : i
deputy honoree for his work resulting in the capture of juvenile gang members who went on a,
crime spree in Hillsborough and Polk counties, which included the abduction and assault of a
Polk County woman. Helmer's was just one of the awards given out at the East Hillsborough
County Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner at the Florida Strawberry Festival Exhibition Hall,
May 9. Below, Plant City Police Chief Bill McDaniel, left, selected Officer Russell Bass the
department's Officer of the Year. Bass was recognized for his dedication to his job and to his
family during a year of personal tragedy. With Bass are his wife, April, and their daughters
Brittany and Brook. The Bass' youngest daughter, Ashton, died last month after a year-long fight
with brain cancer.











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"Officer Ken Thompson was recognized by his supervisor, Maj.
Dennis Post. Thompson has worked in the Tampa Bay area for






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Above left, Police Chief Bill McDaniel presented retired police Capt. Kenneth Albano, a 17-year
employee with the police department, with a special recognition plaque. Albano has taken a
position with the Temple Terrace Police Department. Above right, Plant City businessman
Coleman Davis was the master of ceremonies at the 2006 law enforcement dinner. Davis said
this year's effort, sponsored by businesses throughout east Hillsborough County, was the largest
gathering ever for the annual event dating back to 1962. Davis said 450 dinners were served at
the $50 per plate event. Officers honored at the event received an award and a $400 check.





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2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
This image from the livestock contest at Florida Strawberry
Festival is one of the photos in the Buyens' show at the library.


2006 DAVE BIJYENS. All rights reseed.
Dave Buyens, a Plant City photographer whose work is on
display this month at Bruton Memorial Library, did some
nature photography, "but it seemed lacking" Today, he enjoys
shooting event "and sharing my experiences with others." One
of those events is the city's annual Florida Strawberry Festival
where he captured Roy and Helen Parke walking through the
midway.


Eye Of An Artist


DAVE BUYENS' PHOTOS

ON DISPLAY AT LIBRARY

Staff Report
He usually specializes in
putting others.in the spotlight,
but Dave Buyens is front and
center this month at Bruton
Memorial Library.
The library is celebrating 25
years of the Plant City photog-
rapher's work with a month-
long exhibition.
"Dave works really capture
the moment of the story he's
trying to tell," Anne Haywood,
director of the library, 302
McLendon St.
Haywood said library
exhibits -which have included
the work of quilters, painters
and other photographers not
only provide a forum to
appreciate the work of others,
but help educate the public
about different forms of art.


The exhibitions can also help
encourage others to try their
hand at creating art, she said.
"Along with education,
these Works can also inspire. I
know I have felt that way
about several exhibitions we
have had here."
The exhibition was born of
a suggestion by Jackie and
Sharon Everidge, owners of
the Plant City Children's The-
atre, who asked Haywood if
Buyens' work would be a good
fit for a show at the library.
Buyens, who regularly
shoots for The Courier, first
became interested in photog-
raphy as a youngster, using a
Kodak Brownie camera.
"Who didn't have a Brownie
as a kid? I know I did," Buyens
said. "I took vacation photos
and such and there was always
pleasure in remembering
experiences."
His work was first published
in 1981 when, as one of 10


finalists in a photo contest,
his picture of the downtown
San Antonio river walk ran on
the front page of the San
Antonio Light, a daily
newspaper. Buyens, who is 53
and works as a civil engineer
at Chastain-Skillman Inc. in
Lakeland, moved his family
moved to Plant City in 1985.
His work has appeared in
numerous papers since.
A member of the Tampa
Area Professional Photogra-
phers Association, Buyens is
inspired by the work of others
and the chance to get better.
"For me, photography is a
way to broaden my experi-
ence and compete with others
with my images. There are
many others much more
advanced than I, but I still
enjoy the game. Every year, I
see my work getting better."
For more information on
the exhibit and hours, call the
library at 757-9215.


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2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
Buyens found film and stage star Debbie Reynolds in full voice
at this year's Florida Strawberry Festival.


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20 THE COURIER MAY 18 2006



City, County Suggest Watering Cutbacks


MEASURES ARE VOLUNTARY
Staff Report
With weather only a camel could
lovein recent months, city and co un ty'
officials are asking for water conserva-
tion.
"Our wells are operating normally
for a typically dry season," said Mark
Woodward, Plant City's water conser-
vation coordinator.
Woodward said his office has been
"flooded" in recent months with ques-
tions from residents about watering
rules.
"We are telling folks that if they can
get by watering one day a week please
do it. The current rules are two days a
week and that has not changed, but we
are encouraging water conservation,"


said Woodward, who is hopeful the
summer will bring some much-needed
rain.
"The current situation is similar to
the conditions we had in 2004-and
diere were no mandatory restrictions
at that time."
Hillsborough County is also asking
residents to voluntarily cut back on the
use of potable water .for irrigation to
one day a week.
An unusually dry springtime is
"stressing the county's ability to meet
water demands," according to a county
statement issued earlier this month.
County commissioners voted unan-
imously May 3 to ask residents to vol-
untarily conserve on lawn watering.
Under the county's once-a-week
schedule, residents are asked to water


established lawns and landscaping on
the following days: Mondays for
addresses ending in 0 and 1, Tuesdays
for addresses ending in 2 and 3,
Wednesday for addresses ending in 4_
and 5, Thursdays for addresses ending
in 6 and 7, and Fridays for addresses
that end with 8 and 9, as well as loca-
tions with no address such as commu-
nity areas and subdivision entrances.
All watering must be accomplished
before 8 a.m. or after 6 p.m.
In Plant City, residents with
addresses ending with an odd number
can water on Sunday and Wednesday.,
Addresses ending with an even
number can water Tuesday and Satur-
day. Watering is allowed only once on
designated days. No watering is not
allowed between 10 a.m. and 4 p.r.


Watering is also not allowed on
Monday, Thursday and Friday.
According to the National Weather
Service Office in Ruskin, only a trace of
rain was received in March, the driest
in 99 years. Only 1/10 of an inch of rain
fell in Plant City in March, according
city officials.
For more information on county
watering restrictions, call 275-7094 for
a recorded message, visit www.hillsbor
oughcounty.org/water and click on
the "Restrictions & Conservation"
button, or call customer service at 272-
6680.
For more information about city
watering policies, call 757 9289, Ext.
237 or visit http://
www.plantcitygov. com!/ dept /
resource/index.htm.


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Money for migrants
The City Grill Charity Golf Classic scramble played at
Walden Lake Golf and Country Club on April 22 netted
about $7,500 for the Redland Christian Migrant program.
Tournament director Dave Taylor, right, said grant money
available through the federal government would multiply
the locally gathered funds to almost $80,000 for the
program, which has offices in Plant City and Dover. With
Taylor are City Grill co-owner Don Hinton, left, restaurant
manager and co-owner Bill Mueller, and co-owners Keiko
Preston and Fred Taylor.


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Continued From Page 12
the following community out-
reach services:
A free hot meals ministry
Tuesday and Thursdays from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
A food pantry is open
'veeldavs from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m
Call: 754-3834.

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

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

Unity Christ
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N. Gordon St., offers adult


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first Sunday of every month
after the service. Call: 659-
2624.

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

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I want to recognize the
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newspapers and other media
outlets in the Gulf Coast
region performed for resi-
dents in the wake of Hurri-
cane Katrina ....
Events like those last fall
serve to emphasize the role
that newspaper publishers
and other media outlets play
in our local communities by
keeping us connected and
informing us about the
challenges we face. The


commission is looking at how
to ensure that the media
continue to be there for the
public in times of crisis,
including whether news
outlets shotild be given higher
priority in terms of access to
the supplies needed to
continue their operations.
During Katrina, the com-
mission took quick and
decisive action to assist in the
preservation and restoration
of broadcast and communica-
tions services to areas in
Katrina's path. We established
special procedures to expe-
dite emergency authoriza-
tions and issued public
notices to inform broad-
casters how to seek the
commission's help. We
granted stations more than 70
special temporary authoriza-


tions and granted more than
100 temporary frequency
authorizations to permit
emergency workers, relief
organizations and companies
to communicate in the
affected areas and to shelters
around the country. I am
extremely proud of the efforts
and dedication of the FCC
staff that helped us during
that time.
The commission performed
well in the wake of Hurricane
Katrina. It acted swiftly,
responded to people's needs,
and recognized that changed
circumstances required
flexible rules.
Unfortunately, the FCC is
not always so adept. Since
1996 the commission has
repeatedly found that the
newspaper/broadcast cross-
ownership ban needs to be
reviewed and revised. Yet the
rule prohibiting a newspaper
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fewer than 15 percent of
television households. And
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Similarly, there were only
about 7,500 radio stations in
1975, but by the end of 2005
there were almost 14,000. In
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television stations. Today the
number of TV stations has
almost doubled to more than
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did not even exist in 1975, whereas
more than 180 million Americans last
year turned to the Internet for their
news and information. Companies
like Microsoft, Google and Yahoo! -
companies that did not even exist in
1975 operate some of the most-
visited sites.
While there has been an explosion
of new sources of news and
information over the past 30 years, the
number of newspapers has actually
declined. At least 300 daily papers
have stopped publishing since the
cross-ownership rule was adopted. As
you all know better than I, newspa-
pers are struggling financially.
Newspaper circulation has declined
steadily for more than 10 years. Losses
accelerated last year. The big-city
metro papers seem to be the hardest
hit. Of the 20 largest U.S. newspapers,
18 reported declines during the six-
month period ending September 30,
2005. For example, the San Francisco
Chronicle reported a loss of 16.6
percent of its readers, while the
Boston Globe indicated it lost 8.3
percent. With the proliferation of the
Internet and other new media, this
downward trend shows no sign of
abating.
Again, as you all know better than I,
newspapers' struggles have not gone
unnoticed by Wall Street. In 2005,


shares of newspaper stocks fell an
average of 20 percent. These financial
struggles were not limited to the
smallest papers. Some of the largest
companies with the most storied
histories, such as the Chicago Tribune
and The New York Times, saw their
stock price fall over 30 percent.
Perhaps most troubling, these
results have led to cuts in papers'
newsgathering operations. For
instance, the number of people
working in the newsrooms of U.S.
daily newspapers dropped 4.1 percent
between 2001 and 2005. In 2005 alone,
newspapers announced layoffs and
buyouts of more than 700 news
people. Most of these cuts occurred at
large metropolitan papers, and more
are expected this year.
Since 1996 the commission has
repeatedly recognized that the news
business was changing and that the
new media landscape warranted a
revision of the cross-ownership rule.
In 2003, the commission finally
eliminated this rule, replacing it with
a general cross-media ownership
limit. But as you all know, the 3rd
Circuit overturned our order, finding
that the commission's actions were
not fully justified.
So where does this leave us? Given
the financial difficulties faced by
newspapers in markets of all sizes, the
continued prohibition on newspaper/
broadcast cross-ownership may
adversely impact the quality of news


and localism. As the commission
revisits the issue, it is important that
we examine the extent to which
allowing cross-ownership may help to
forestall the erosion in local news
coverage by enabling companies to
reduce duplicative costs and amortize
their news products across multiple
platforms.
We must take into account the fact
that newspaper/broadcast combina-
tions may result in a significant
increase in the production of local
news and current affairs, as well as an
improvement in the quality of pro-
gramming provided to their commu-
nities. As the commission noted in its
2003 order, newspaper-owned
stations provide more news and
public affairs programming and also
appear to provide higher quality-
programming as measured by ratings
and industry awards.
And we must remember that the
commission has relaxed its other
media ownership rules, increasing the
number of other media outlets one
company can own. Newspapers are
the only media entities prohibited
from owning a single broadcast
station in the markets they serve. For
example, in the largest markets, two
broadcast television stations can
combine and own up to six radio
stations and the local cable system.
Yet, newspapers remain prohibited
from owning even a single radio
station. We should correct any
imbalance in our rules, create a level


playing field, and give newspapers the
same opportunities other media
entities enjoy ...
While the 3rd Circuit affirmed our
decision to eliminate the newspaper/
broadcast cross-ownership
prohibition, it overturned the com-
mission's new cross-media ownership
limit and sent it back to us. As a result,
we now need to start the regulatory
process all over again....
As the commission embarks on
another review of its media ownership
rules, our challenge is to ensure that
these rules take into account the
competitive realities facing newspa-
pers and broadcasters while ensuring
that localism and diversity are
promoted. The public needs to
understand both the value that your
papers offer and the struggles you face
in continuing to provide news in an
increasingly competitive media.
marketplace. Indeed, the failure of the
commission to modify our rules is not
our fault alone. The public has not
been convinced of the need for
change.
Finally, let me say that despite these
challenges, I am optimistic about the
industry. News continues to be central
to our everyday lives. And no one is
better situated to take advantage of all
that technology- from mobile
technology to the Internet to deliver
that information into the hands of
readers whenever and wherever they
want it ...


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joining to raise money.
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at (863) 815-8711.

Jodi Smith celebrates birthday
More than 100 guests
turned up at the Ramada Inn
recently to help Jodi Smith
celebrate her 29th birthday.
Everyone enjoyed the
delicious food and fellow-
ship with Jodi, who is
involved in a myriad of
community groups and
events. Great friends,
weather and food; what
more could a party girl want?
Best wishes to a beautiful
girl.

Gillespies celebrate
double graduations
Audrey and Wiley Gillespie
want to share the good news
that their grandchildren,


April and Amber Gillespie,
have graduated from the
University of Florida.
April graduated from the
Fisher School of Accounting
with an accounting degree
and will begin her career at
the Tampa office of Ernst &
Young this summer.
Amber graduated from the
College of Education with a
degree in education and is
already on the job, teaching
at Wilson Elementary School
in Plant City.
April and Amber's parents,
Larry and Anita Gillespie,
attended the special event,
as did grandma Louise
Osborne and many friends.
Congratulations!

Betty Howell welcomes
new family member
Elizabeth "Betty" Howell,
93, counts it as an honor and
a blessing to be around to
welcome new family mem-
bers, like little Isabella
Fowler. Isabella is almost 17
months old. Her parents are
Michelle and Grant Fowler.
We wish this family many
more blessed years.


Well done, Tomlin!
A big hand is due the
Tomlin Middle School's boys
flag football team and their
coach. For the third year in a
row the boys have won the
Eastern District champion-
ship with the help of coach
Bert Gideons. They finished
the season 5-0. Great going,
guys!

England's Antiques
makes its stand
Downtown England's
Antiques wants everyone to
know they are still around
and plan to stay around.
Some think the shop has
been sold, but they want you
to know they are still in the
business of specializing in
affordable English antiques,
including more than 2,000
pieces dating from Queen Vic-
toria to the current monarchy.
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Wheeler St., plans a perform-
ance of "Aladdin" Mondays
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Admission is free. Children
wishing to perform in the play
can sign up for $45.
Call: 752-1621 or 752-1683.

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from 1 to 3 p.m. No appoint-
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Call: 754-4444.

Cholesterol screenings
South Florida Baptist
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resource center May 23 from 1
to 3 p.m. Fee: $15.
Call: 754-4444.


Education forum
Hunter Gambrell, a candi-
date for the Hillsborough
County School Board, plans a
public forum on education
May 23 at 7:30 p.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St. Gambrell, an 18-year-
old graduate of Plant City High
School, is running for the Dis-
trict IV seat, presendy.filled by
Jennifer Faliero.
The district encompasses
Plant City and most of eastern
Hillsborough County.

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

Memorial Day Service
A Memorial Day service is
set May 29 at 11 a.m. at the
American Legion, 2207 W.
Baker St.
Information: 754-3707 or
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a.m., 1700 block of James L.
Redman Parkway
Vehicle theft, 12:05 p.m.,
3400 block of West Baker
Street .
Retail theft, 5 p.m., 2100
block of James L. Redman
Parkway
Criminal mischief, 5:45
p.m., 600 block of South
Collins Street
May 4
Grand theft, 12:52 a.m.,
4200 block of Longfellow
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Vehicle burglary, 1 a.m.,
1100 block of Fairwinds Circle
Commercial burglary, 2:23
a.m., 100 block of South
Collins Street
Retail theft, 10:10 a.m., 2100
block of James L. Redman
Parkway
Grand theft, noon, 1800
block of James L. Redman


Parkway
Vehicle burglary, 4:51 p.m.,
1200 block of Townsgate
Court
Grand theft, 6 p.m., 3500
block of Walden Preserve
Drive
May 5
Commercial burglary, 3:32
a.m., 700 block of South
Collins Street
Criminal mischief, 7:40
a.m., 1500 block of North
Wheeler Street
Retail theft, 8:16 a.m., 2600
block of James L. Redman
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Criminal mischief, 9:45
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Brown Wins People's


Champion Award


PAST WINNERS INCLUDE
BOGGS, BENNETT,
LYNCH, MARTINEZ
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
It was supposed to be
another nice award, being
named one of the top per-
formers in track for Hills-
borough County. But Jason
Brown got a lot more than that
on Monday.
For the first time, a high
school athlete was named the
winner of the People's
Champion Award, handed out
by The Tampa Tribune since
1993. Brown, the Navy-bound
Plant City senior, received the
huge honor as did East Bay's
MaShay Reynolds.
Up until Monday, all of the
past winners were either pro-
fessionals or other well-known
sports figures who had done
notable work for athletics in
Tampa Bay. The first award
went to Pete Sampras, fol-
lowed by such recipients as
George Steinbrenner, Lee Roy
Selmon, John Lynch, Derrick
Brooks, Wade Boggs, Fred
McGriff and Olympic
champion Brooke Bennett.
"I was just told to show up. I
thought for sure it was going
to be just like last year when I
was all-county for track," said
Brown, fresh off a sixth-place
finish at the state meet in the
triple jump.


A reporter did call Brown to
make sure he was in atten-
dance, but that did not regis-
ter to Brown as significant
until Reynolds was named the
female people's champion.
"Then I kind of got the feel-
ing that something was up,"
he said.
The banquet was held at the
A La Carte Pavillion in Tampa.
Not only did Brown star as
the leader of the football and
basketball teams, he did it
while maintaining a high
grade-point average (4.41),
enough to earn a football
scholarship at Annapolis.
But even that would proba-
bly not have earned Brown the
people's, champion nod with-
out his away-from-school
activities. Brown is also a
mentor at the Bealsville Recre-
ation Center and is very active
at his church, Mt. Olive AME
Church, where he sings in the
choir.
"I sing almost every Sunday,
and if I'm not singing I usually
usher," he said, in one of the
longer sentences the humble
Brown might utter.
Brown said it's a "joy" to
help out with the rec center
because it helped him get his
start.
East Bay's Reynolds was a
standout swimmer, but, like
Brown, was not confined to
one sport (also playing soccer,
volleyball and running track).
She also volunteers for Metro-
politan Ministries and Hos-
pice, all while maintaining a


Tampa Tribune phou
Plant City High School's Jason Brown, left, meets with East Bay High's MaShay Reynolds after the
pair received the People's Champion Award from The Tampa Tribune. The award is given annually
to a local athlete or sports professional who excels in community service as well as athletic
accomplishments. It was the first time in the 14-year history of the award that it was given to high
school students.


5.4 GPA.
Plant City High Principal
David Steele said Brown is
"just a super kid in every way.
You never, ever, hear a nega-
tive comment about Jason. He
is a leader in every sense of the
word."
Neither Steele nor any of
the other PCHS officials were
clued to the fact Brown would
be getting the people's
champion award. The ban-
quet, the Tribune's annual
Parade of Athletes, was held to
honor all if its all-county per-
formers. Plant City's Ste-
phanie Barker (swimming)
and Michael Fekete (soccer)
were recognized.


Durant had several get all-
county nods: Matt Outlaw,
Christopher Plante, Adam
Doback, Can Curfman, Amy
Rogers and Carmine Giardina.
The player of the year in
each sport was asked to come
to the podium, and the
announcement of the baseball
winner was mildly surprising
as Giardina was considered
the favorite. Matt Schurig
from Hillsborough won
instead. A pitcher, Schuring
poi;d a 14-0 record .and
help. lead the Terriers to the
5A state semifinals.
From the individual sports
came the overall male and
female athletes of the year:


Plant's Dylan Brown and
Tampa Prep's Chelsea Nauta.
One of the past people's
champion winners, Tino Mar-
tinez, made the presentation
to Brown and Reynolds. Mar-
tinez was the featured speaker
and even did a question-and-
answer session with the stu-
dent-athletes.
"He did a very good job,
kept their attention the whole
time," said Durant's Assistant
Principal Christina Raburn.
Durant girls golf coach Karen
Montgomery was coach of the
year for the sport. The Cougars
made an unexpected trip to
the state tournament and fin-
ished 13th in Class 2A.


SHARP CUTS Raiders, Cougars Get


High School Sports Season Flies By ReadyFor Some Football


Already? It's over already?
By the time some of you
read this, another year of
high school sports will have
passed us by and I, for one,
could handle at least another
few weeks.
Chalk it up to having built-
in expectations of the Durant
baseball team still having its
season under way this week,
or having at least one of our
softball teams in the play-
offs. Whatever-the reason,
it's just ended too quickly.
After tonight's jamboree
over at Newsome, no more
for the year. Sigh. Next week
I'll give my annual round of
kudos to as many of my
favorite stories as possible.
As much of a shock as
Durant's elimination in the
district tournament was,
there is a possible positive
way to look at it: The way
Sarasota is playing, neither
the Cougars nor anyone else
is going to be beating the
Sailors.
Sarasota plays Friday in
the Class 6A semifinals, and
will have home-field advan-
tage playing in Ed Smith
Stadium. The home crowds
that Sarasota enjoyed during
its trip make that, cakewalk


DAREK
SHARP


- through the regional round
had plenty to cheer for.
Get these scores: Sarasota
10, St. Pete High 0; Sarasota
14, Melbourne 0; Sarasota
11, Dr. Phillips 1.
I mean, teams are sup-
posed to have to sweat it out
at least once before making
it to the state finals, right?
The only county teams to
make it to Sarasota were
Hillsborough and Jesuit.
Looks like the decision to
move the state softball
tournament from Tampa to
Plant City was a wise one, at
least from a geography
angle, since half of the teams
that won championships last
week were from Polk County.
Might as well make the
champions' drives easy.


Bartow, Auburndale and
Frostproof all did the job,
with Bartow's victory over
Navarre Thursday night in
the 4A finals marking a fifth
straight title for the Yellow
Jackets. Before that, Frost-
proof won its first ever, and
then it was Auburndale's
turn. The Bloodhounds had
only one previous state
crown, and that came
during the first season of
fastpitch softball in Florida
high schools.
Wow, that just happened.
to be my senior year at Plant
City High School. So look it
up if you really want to
know.
And from over the week-
end, at the wonderful event
hosted by George Steinbren-
ner, all of the county
coaches were treated to
dinner and some came away
with some serious prizes.
While some won hefty cash
or a car or vacation, the one
winner from PCHS, basket-
ball coach Gary Meyer, took
home ... Devil Rays season
tickets.
On a greener note, Durant
wrestling coach Jack Green
took home a nice little
spring gift from George:
$2,500.


JAMBOREE TONIGHT
AT NEWSOME
By DAREKSHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Before putting away the
shoulder pads for the summer,
Plant City and Durant will take
the field tonight in a spring
football jamboree atNewsome
High School.
Plant City faces the daunt-
ing chore of playingArmwood,
which is coming off a state
runner-up finish after winning
state titles in consecutive
years. Durant will play the
host Wolves.
"We didn't request Arm-
wood as our opponent, I'll tell
you that," said first-year Raid-
ers head coach Kevin Kelley.
"A lot of people think we'll
probably get blown out, but,
hey, we're going to come out
positively and just try to play
well. Let's go have fun."
Spring practice began May 1
and the "season" concludes
with the jamboree. The teams
will play one half each starting
at 6:30 p.m.
Durant's offense looked
strong during Friday night's
blue-and-gold scrimmage,


with quarterbacks Malcolm
Shavers and Jeremy Fussell
both showing the ability to get
outside with their speed.
That was good from the
offense's point of view, but on
the flipside, head coach Mike
Gottman wants to see the
defense tighten up its pursuit.
Shavers could shape up to be
quite the multipurpose
player.
"He's going to give defenses
a lot to have to plan for," Got-
tman said. "He can line up at
quarterback or he can play
halfback, and he can line up as
the slot receiver."
Kevin Gainer, meanwhile, is
showing signs of being a
dependable running back for
the Cougars. He scored three
touchdowns during red-zone
drills in the scrimmage.
Another plus for the offense
was the fact it committed no
turnovers.
"It was a nice ballgame,
great-' atmosphere. We moved
the ball pretty well," Gottman
said.-
In Plant City's scrimmage
Saturday morning at Raider
Stadium, the defense ended
up winning under specialized
scoring rules, 23-17.
See JAMBOREE, Page 28


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81 SPORTS SHORTS


Chamberlain
catcher Amanda
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Stadium May 12. -
The last remaining
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County team,
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national champ-
ionships, featuring
16 of the nation's
best softball teams.
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Stadium To Host College Championship


JUCO CHAMPS TO BE
CROWNED MAY 20
By ROBERT CONE
rcone@mediageneral.com
After seeing high-caliber
play during the state high
school softball championships
last week, Plant City Stadium
continues to hum with high-
velocity action as the National
Junior College Athletic Associ-
ation 16-team championship
series comes to town today
through Saturday.
Florida teams advancing to
the championship series
include Indian River Commu-
nity College from Fort Pierce
and Gulf Coast Community


College out of Panama City.
Last year's championships
were held in Clermont, where
Central Arizona College
defeated Indian River College.
Plant City Stadium and the
Randy Larson Four-Plex,
home to the International
Softball Federation's world
headquarters, have landed a
three-year commitment to
host the event.
"We feel it's a testament to
our facility in Plant City," said
Bruce Wawrzyniak, ISF's
director of communications.
"Obviously, having the 5,700-
seat Plant City Stadium is a
real feather in our cap when
it's so well maintained by the
parks and rec department."
Wawrzyniak said, besides


high-quality softball, the event
will include free rides on the
Re/Max hot-air balloon, a 50-
foot canvas laid out for chil-
dren to draw, color and sign
their names on and various
vendors from Plant City dis-
playing their wares.
In addition, the ISF has
partnered with the American
Ideals Foundation and the
SkyDreams Foundation to
grant the wishes of two ill 8-
year-old girls. Their wish? To
come to Florida, enjoy the
sunshine and watch champi-
onship softball.
To volunteer at the tourna-
ment, call 864-0100.
For tournament
information, visit www.inte-
rnationalsoftball.org.


i9 youth golf
i9Sports is currently taking
registrations for its inaugural
youth golf circuit. Touring five
courses in Hillsborough
County, including a stop at
\Valden Lakes Golf and Coun-
try Club, the circuit is for boys
and girls ages 10 to 15 who are
ready for on-course play.
Call: 754-1720 or register at
w\vw.i9sports.com.

Plant City volleyball camp
Plant City High School will
host a volleyball camp for girls
ages 9-16 June 9-10 and June
14-15. Camp sessions will run
from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3
p.m.

Lancers golf tourney
To benefit its teams, the.
Plant City Lancers club soccer
program will host a series of
two-man golf tournaments at
Plant City Golf Course.
The schedule includes:
May 19: Best-ball tourna-
ment
June 16: Nine-hole best-

JAMBOREE
Continued From Page 27
"It was good for the guys to
get a little bit of game experi-
ence," said Kelley.
A couple of the younger
players who emerged at the
scrimmage were running back
Denzel Drone and defensive
back Keith Dawson.
Kelley said that the school


ball and nine-hole alternate
shot tournament
Cost: $45 per event. Prizes
go to first and second places in
gross and net divisions.
Call: Chris, 299-2449.

Plant City softball camp
Plant City High School will
host a softball camp for girls
ages 9-16 June 3.
Space is limited.
Call: 246-5430 or e-mail
sanithbool@yahoo.com.

Brandon baseball camp
Brandon High School will
host four-day baseball camps
throughout June for ages 8-12
and 13-17. -
Space is limited.
Call: Matt Stallbaumer or e-
mail matt.stallbaumer@sdhc-
.kl2.fl.us.
To submit sports
information to The Courier,
e-mail announcements to
rcone@mediageneral.com or
fax to 689-9545.


nurse staff will provide free
physical for prospective
Raider athletes in all sports for
next school year. The physi-
cals will be held at the school
during the months of June and
July.
For more information, call
757-9370, Exts. 247 or 315..


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acres- d ivi de d wooded tract on river 11:00 a.m. Inspection N.C. MOUNTAINS! pre-develment dis Serious inquiries only Many Features, Major 2480 sq. ft Pasco
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__ er Financin 77g2-263- COMMERCIAL WESTCHASE, 2BR + 813-215-3857
3775 or 1-800-763-0085. ........ H p.
Ask About our Mini Va- REAL ESTATE -RENT study, Immediate VALRICO very nice 3br,
cation. occur epa r & 2ba, 150sf, gar. CHA,
TENNESSEE/KENTUCKY Office Space Lease $115e/mo fence, close[ ox-way,-
LAKEFRONT Private 813-244-4819 no pets, 1st/ast + dep
lakefront or view re- KENNEDY BLVD. Office $1225813685-6841
treats. Rolling hills, mild Space 1200 sqft 3200 C( Houses Furnished )
climate. 1 to over 40 sa ft, 4400 sq ft lenty WESTCHASE area new
acre sites from $40K. of parking. ontact PLANT City 2br 2ba, 3br + office. 2.5ba,
On the border 90 mn to Andy 813-918-4269, completely furnished, 2100sf, hardwood firs,
Nashville. Phase II sell- Jerry 813-781-2995. 55+ gated community, 2cg, cherry cabs, brand
ing now! Owner golf course, ools, rec new, gorgeous, gated
(866)339-4966. PLANT CITY Industrial room w/ pool able, $1999/mo,27-224-7544
Park Office Space for library 813-789-44 35
TENNESSEE! lease 150 to 00 sq ft, 8 ZEPHYRHILLS/Crestview
MONTEAGLE-SEWANEE, including Conference TNC home w/ pool, Hills, Brand New Beauti-
Beautiful Mountain Room & Break Room. $1200/mo + $1200 dep., ful, Man Urades, 2
Properties. 600+ Acres; Starting at$160. mo. br,2ba Fully furnished, Homes, lrba cg, al-
Tracts 5 Acres & up. 4 Contact Pierce Lackey Dishwasher, W/D. so 4br 2ba 2cg, Rent to
miles from 1-24. Gated 813-865-1191. THE Available now. own, 813-469-2904
& secluded! Gorgeous GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO 813-598-9060
bluff& creek. Wooded Houses Unfurnished se -pti to Buy
lots. George, SOUTH-TAMPA ((Houses Unfurnished,)i Buy)
Timberwood Develop- Palmira Office Suites BRANDON/SE TAMPA
meet Co 423-949-6887 Full Service APOLLO Beach Brand Lease/Option 2BR 2BA
www.tiber-wood.com & Turn Key New 1363sf 2br/2ba Crosswind condo $1200
Flexible Leases Starting 2cg w/view in gated o er month, full ameni-
TN- Swan Ridge Lake Re- at$650L(813) 434930 comm. Allapp. 14k ties. low down pay-
sort on Dale Hollow
Lake, a private, gated activities ctr. Call ment. 813-340-3348
community. Enjoy the Ba8port, Properties Inc.
tmobothnworlds .81.915-8550/361-3266 GIBSONTON 3 new single
tLake-View an Viw APOLLO Beach, Brand 3/2/2 & 4/2/2. Many up-
Homesites. (931)243- new, 3/2/2, Covington rades, near Publix/
4 8 7 1)Park Villa, low main Walmart/ Lowes & Tpa
www.swanridgedevelo comm. pool, close to $1500mo 813-298-0492
wwsenromdgdv1-75 Tampa St. Pete,
pment.com. $1245/mo 407-509-7090 RIVERVIEW RENT TO
OWN. No qual, bad cred-
VA MOUNTAINS 5 acres COMMERCIAL BRANDON 3br 2ba gated it ok. 2003 4br 2.Sba,
with frontage on ve REALESTATE-SALE comm, Woodberry Sub, 2000 + sf, $10.000 down,
large prisvtne creek, 1600 sf, split floorpylan, $1795 mo. $500 rent
fishing, canoeing od Retail Buildings ) easy access to 1-5 & credit. Call Karen 1-866-
cceshingcanearoNewng,%9 Retail Buildings )J C'town. $1350 +dep. 282-3534, 951-751-5593.
access, near New river 813-731-4863 avail now.
Trail State Park,
$39,500. Owner ENGLEWOOD Landmark
8 66) 7 8 9 8 5 3 5 r building inK historic Dis- BRANDON/RIVERVIEW (Manufactured Homes))
www.mountainsofVA.co -tr a C y $449K $1295. 3br 2ba 2cg, 1613
www.mountainsofVAco Lasbury Tracy Realty sf yr bit 2000, washr/ PLANT City 2BR MH NO
m 941416-4114 dryr comm pool nr 175 Pets Laundry on prem-
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$129,990 Mt. views, LITHIA Pinecrest Area.
trees, rolling hills, eas- ,3br 2ba, porch, garage; Rooms for Rent
tureland.wildlife, bor- laundry room, large en
ders BLM. Picturesque shady yard, secluded,
homesiteat6,700'eleva- private, $1050 per mo. EFFICIENCIES $100/wk
tion. Horseback riding + deposit. 63-640-1356 APTS $150/wk. Also
hiking, hunting. Perfeci HOUSES for rent
family ranch, electrici- Can't find Fido? furn/unfurnished wkl
t. 100% financing. Lost-Found ads canhelp! monthly. 813-217-575
NALC (866)365-2825. REAL ESTATE Lst-Fnd ads c(Spanis: 813-774-4696)
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RECREATION

Campers / Travel
S Trailers JJ
18' 2000 Seapro 180cc,
cntr cnsi, 115HP, John-
son outbrd, Bimini top,
2 fish live wells, perf.
trir $7995 813-758-1515
25' 2004 Prowler trailer
incl. tow pkg, u. bed,
slide out, full kit/bath,
Cent. air, Like new.
$15,000. 813-885-1523
26' 1985 Wellcraft w/ aft
cabin 260, rebuilt 230HP
V8 w/ Mercury drive
trailer incl. Loaded
$12,900 813-79.2-0442
28' 2005 Dutchman Lite,
w/Lg Slide, Bunk beds,
Sleeps 6 CD, Cable
Awning, Full Bath, used
3x, $14,00 813-781-0077
28FT. Starcraft 1994 self
contained, central air,
awning, sleeps 6 and
extras. Good condition.
$5500 Neg. 813-787-6127
36' KING OF THE ROAD,
5th whl, 1992 clean
well maint N/S, suer
slide, $12,000 obo.
Ruskin 727-698-9258
39' Spartan 2005 Travel
Trailer 2 slide outs, cen-
tral air, W/D, awnings,
extras. $19,860 will de-
liver Local954-914-8196
((Motor Homes / RVs))
2004 CARRIAGE CARRI-
LITE, 35'FW, 3 Slides, 5
KW LP Generator,
many other extras. Ask-
ing $51,450. OR 2004
DODGE RAM LARAMIE
Diesel Dually Tow Vehi-
cle, Air Springs, 20K FW
Hitch, other towing ex-
tras. Asking $34,000.
Call 813-963-1692. OR
Purchase both for less.
25' 2005 Trail Lite, 6k Mi
Full Size rear Bed
sleeps 4, Backup cam-
era elec Win& Mir Gen-
erator has 19 hrs, Micro
Cony oven. full bath, Bit
in TV, $45 000 Firm.
813-831-7154
28' Winnebago, 1990,
65k mi, AC, cruise, new-
ly upgraded features.
$19,900 obo.
863-815-6018
30' 1998 Shasta motor
home class C, new
tires cover, generator
27,494 miles, $19 000
obo. 813-979-2860
31' Forest River Regency
2003 Class C, 450 chas-
sis, V-10 super slide,
17,000 miles, $70 000.
813-477-0117.
33' GEORGETOWN 2001,
like new, class A, 1 own-
er, only 32K mi, slide,
over $20K in extras. Un-
der book at $39,900.
Must sell. 260-341-4155
34' 1995 Georgie Boy 460
Ford 42.5K mi, exc
cond, clean, many op-
tions, road ready,
$20,900. 813-633-3070
34' Fleetwood 2000 Boun-
der 34D V10 Triton eng,
loaded! Swivel top tow
dolly & Blue Ox tow bar.
$44,995941-408-1921


35' WINNEGBAGO Vectra
'93, Cummings diesel rr
queen, contains all the
extras. $32,000. Winter
Haven (863) 551-0988
39' 2003 Discovery, Mod-
el 39S, 330 Cat Diesel, 3
slides, Tow Bar, Walnut
Cabs. W/D $109,900
817-939-7536
40' 1999 American Tradi-
tion Diesel Pusher with
diesel gen., A-1 cond.,
low mi., asking $85,000.
317-409-3828/509-3223
40' Revolution 2004
3,6000 miles, 350
Cummins Diesel, Load-
ed all options asking
$161,500 D727-938-0615
888-Bates RV Nearly
600 Airstream Jayco
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tpa.
OHIO Camping Resort
S.E. Ohio Lake Region.
Pools, Clubhouse, Party
Center, Fishing Lakes,
Comfort Stations and
More. All Utilities, Own-
ership for $160 Month
with 2000 Locations.
866-685-6808
((Recreational Rental))
POPUP CAMPERS for rent
A/C, Sink, Stove, Frig.
Call Lynn to reserve @
813.546.1827 ww.popup
rentalcampers.com
[( RV Storage ))
FOWLER & 1-75
RV's/Boats Autos,
Secure $50/mo.
Happy Traveler RV Park
813-986-3094


*, 1 :. o e-I I -- -
S RV Storage ( ( Boats )}
OUTDOOR Storage, 5515 23FT Proline walk around
Causeway Blvd RVs, '89. '98 200 HP Johnson,
Cars, Trucks, Trailers, alum. trir. Elect. Live
Brandon/ Valrico/ well. T-top. Great Cnd!
Riverview 813-220-1538 $11,500. (813) 230-7507.
(( Spas & Hot Tubs ) I'ic Buy
SPA, 5 person, warranty,
hard cover. Ozone 24' 245 Vista, 4-Winds '88
110/240V, $199 never New V8 i/o, sips 4 head,
used, 727-585-224 galley, trailer, refurb.
Best Offer this Wknd
(813)654-5901
Factory-Direct-Tampa 24' Pontoon, 60hp John-
Gulf tO Bay Spas son, Pwr trim/tilt, GPS,
813-293-SPAS (7727) sonar, new tires on trir.
www.gulftobayspas.com Spare tire & winch.
$6000obo 813-935-5078
( Watersports )) 24' Proline, cstm built,
250 Yahama 4 stroke
YAMAHA 2003 FX140, 4 motor, continental trail-
stroke wave runner, 3 er, exc. cond. $35,000
sweater, all digital, like firm 941-426-8535
new only 20+ hrs. up-
graded trlr + extras, 24'Stingray 04 Cabin
$10,500.813-300-4832 Cruiser. Still under war-
ranty. 55hrs, full load-
2005 Kawasaki Jet Ski, ed too many extras to
model STX-15F 3 seater list $31.5k 813-629-7883
w/trailer. Used 3 times.
Fast fuel injected 4 32'.Pacemaker Flybridge,
stroke. $8500. 813-655- 1974, twin 318 Chrysler
3065,813-624-3284. I/B, sips 5, AC & heat,
many new mint upgrades,
KAWASAKI 2004 STX-15F, $17.9K. 352-408-5975
3 seater, 160HP, 4
stroke w/new. trir, like HUNTER36 2006 fully
new,22 hrs $7900 obo loaded Genset A/Cev-
727-278-5898 ery extra. All inclusive
POLARIS 2001 Virage monthly fee $650
POLARIS 20l01 Virage m www.sai tampabay.c
Jetski 3 seater, 54 hrs, 77www.sailtampabay.c
runs great, new trailer, om 727-688-3007.
access incl. $4000 obo
813-416-0015 2001 Keywest 1520CC,
60HP Merc, outboard,
SEADOO Jet Ski, Needs bimini top, trailer, great
some motor works, condition, $7995/OBO,
$1200. Chris 863-877-0083
813-877-6970 or
813-931-1780 ((Boat Slips / Storage))
CC Boats )) OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
12', 1961 FLZJon Boat RV's, auto, trucks.
w/galv tilt trlr, 15hp gas $40+/mo. Secured loc'n
GameFisher O/B inclac- 813-684-9171
cess. asking $80b
813-966-2608 Pasadena Yacht & CC.
Deep water boat slips
16', 1998 Alum. Monarch for sale/lease. Limited
Jon Boat, over 6' wide, number available. Call
50hp Evinrude SPL, new 727-381-7922 xt 12
bimmi, drive-on gal. pyccmembership@tam
trr, flats or lake, $3900 pabay.rr.com
obo 727-514-6677
17' 1990 Proline center Boat Supplies &
cons. '98 115hp Johnson Accessories
0/B, trlr incl.
$4,800 obo BOATLIFT & cradle, the
813-230-4501 finest alum. boatlift &
stainless hardware, 8-
17FT. '99 Renegade 24Klb,' professional in-
Skate, tunnel, 60HP Me stall, available (remote
rc SS prop, new tri mtr avail.). Pateco Manufac-
4 batt. Extras Perfect turer, Inc.727-397-8130
12,900obo 352-584-5107.
LOTS of new, used and
18' 2004 SEADOO rebuilt engine and drive
Challenger 1800 Jet parts. Inboard / Out-
Boat. Great cond. bare- board $ave, save save!
ly used incl CDplayer, 813-850-5443
$17K obo. 727-389-1035


135' SEA RAY 1998, Bow
rider/trailer, 135hp, I/O,
No salt ever. Exc cond.
Very low hrs. $7500.
813-416-1669
18' ALUM. STARCRAFT
BASS BOAT
with 2004 90HP Honda
4 stroke, with extras
813-671-2001
18' Sea Ray 1995, 135hp,
I/O Coast Guard equip-
ped, bimini top great
cond. Ready for the wa-
ter. $6950 813-903-0320
18' Wellcraft CC 1984
115HP Merc OB, EZ on
Trailer, Bimini, Dual
Batts Great Cond.,
$4,306. 813-641-0500
19.5' PROSPORT, CC, 115
hp Yamaha salt water
ser. new eectr bimini,
bait/live wells, great
cond. $6500. 927-3403
19Ft 1986 Monark, seats
7 center console, fish
fnder, all seats re-uphol.,
VRO motor V6 w/awn.
$3250. 727-642-5307.
20' 1993 RENKEN 35th
Anniv. Classic alum
trir, 4cyl, 135HP, bim.
top, comes with skis,
fish finder, life vests ra-
dio, new seats, $6,500.
813-385-6224
20FT. 1996 Quest Center
Console, 200 HP John-
son, live well, rod box,
fish box w/easy load
trir $6900 or trade for
truck. 863-638-2001 or
www.spaces.msn.com/

20' Sportcraft 88 CC, re-
built Evinrude 200hp,
live well GPS Loran
VHF. galv trir, good
shape. $5000 661-4755
20' Starcraft Aurora
2004,140 hp Suzuki 4
stroke OB, 80 hours, Ex
cellent condition.
$19,950 (813)924-1755
22' MAKO 1999, 225
Merc, tandem trailer,
custom T top and cover
electronics, $19,000
obo. 813-870-8613
23' 2004 RANGER 2300
BAY, with 225 4-stroke
Yamaha, 101 Minkota,
white/grey, with cover,
extended warranty,
$36,000 314-575-2819
23FT. Mako 1984 with
1998 225 Optimax, low
hours, new fuel tank,
captain's chairs. VHF,
Lowrance X85. Always
high and dry. Cherry!
Reduced $9,500.
813-971-6217/949-4027
Find stock listings in
MoneySense.


OUTBOARD Motor, 2001
Nissan 4 stroke, 9.9 HP,
15" shaft, electric start,
low hours. $1000 firm.
Call 813-240-1783.
{( Sailboats )}
26' MACGREGOR 26X
1996, sleeps 6 w/ en-
closed head & galley
kitchen. Water ballast
syst. w/50HP motor,
roller furling. $13 500
352-686-1644/650-0672
8' MCLAUGHLIN, 2002,
Optimist pram, exc.
cond.$1800.
727-492-8012

C[ Boats Wanted )J
W A N T E D
SAILBOAT/POWERBOAT
ANY COND. PLEASE
CALL AARON AT:
CELL (727) 278-7464







TRANSPORTATION

SAuto Engines / 1
Parts / Misc ,
Bay Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warrarny
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994
ENGINES & Transmis-
sions Used & Rebuilt -



uB anSyAero namic,
ligh w/ rear window.
Mint cond. Fits F-150.
$600 obo 813-508-1783
TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
813-610-1535
( Trucks Light Duty )
CHEVY 19991 Ton Flat-
bed, AC, duel wheels,
5sp. V8, low miles. Runs
good. $9100 obo
813-842-2029
CHEVY 2003 Silverado
1500, Ext cab, long bed,
V6, AC, PS new tires,
runs great. $9600.
813-282-6925
Sell it today.
813-259-7500


(Trucks-Light Duty V) [( Vans J ( Motorcycles )' (Classics & Antiques) (ALAutomobiles for Sale)) (Aoutomobiles for Sale)
DODGE 2000 RAM 1500 MERCURY 1998 Villager HONDA 1998 CRV F3, FORD 1965 Galexy, Runs CORVETTE 1979 L82 T- MITSUBISHI 2001 Galant
Club Cab, 4WD, 8cyl, low mileage, exc. cond. New paint yokohama Good, New Paint & Car- tops, BIk/blk, Auto ES, 74K mi. 4 cyl, pearl,
green, all power, new inside & out, auto trans, racing muffler, and ex- pet, $6,500 Trans, 61.4K Mi, Good all power great cond.
fires, excellent cond. new Michelin tires tras. $4200/obo. Cond. $9,200 OBO $5500, 813-817-8945
$9400obo 813-653-1754 $4595 813-962-1874 813-454-3532 813-689-4527 813-886-8193
DODGE 2002 Ram 1500, r(Sports Utility Vehi-cles) HONDA 2003 1800VTX FORD 1965 MUSTANG CORVETTE 1988 Conver- PONTIAC 1996 Sunfire
regular cab, short bed, ports Uiliy Retro, 4500 mi, all coupe 6cyl,partiaii, r- b e. Whti-v w h Top Red, 2 dr coupe, 2.4 4
automatic, must go! stock, like new, excel- stored, goo conilton. Org t,iK M,. Bjulriul cyl, Cold AC, PDL, PW,
Price to sell $9800. BMW 2002 X5 3.01, load- lent condition. Jack $4,500 or best ofier Car. E'c Cond. $1L,50u[ exc. cond. Great gas
Call 941-360-0298. ed, ext. warr, silver, Ithr 813-748-6774 813-991-1713/892-2310 813 l i41045 mil. $2,995 813-661-4159
DODGE 2004 Ram 1500, A/C, all pwr $25500 HONDA2004 Racing Bike FORD .1971 MustLn. CORVETTE 200F B l.Cp PONTIAC 1999 Firebird,
short bed, 12K mi, exc. (813)293-9996 like new C1450, 4 Grande Orig. 302. P5. Auio P3ddl.ihih. Nv white, auto, t-tops,load-
lots of wrnty, dark blue, stroke. Extras included. Cold A/C, Vinyl Tp. Du syv irs.E'h. 700 ed, 3K original miles,
tint, chrome whis, BMW 2004 X5, 4.4 black Pictures available $3900 al Flowmasters, Ec In. iieii 1. I $9500/obo. 813-843-
$12,000. 813-839-7283 34K mi, moonrf, sport 813-263-7909 terior & Cond. $10,S0 l.l .i.7I, -8203/813-832-6048
DODGE 2005 Ram 1500 t re mSiriu s satel- obo 727-501-6814ires, HONDA 2005 CRF450, DODGE 2004 Intrepid SE PONTIAC 2004 Grand Prix
Hemi, exc cond, many $37,500.813-731-2898 stock. Approx. 14 hrs OLDSMOBILE 1988 69K mi, silver/black GTP 27k mi, leather,
extras, 5600 miles, riding time, $4700 obo. Toronado, V6 auto, AC, Clean, Dealer serviced, CD, like new in & out.
$17,500 CHEVY 1997 Tahoe LT, 813-362-1189 or PS, PB, 173k mi, oil Carfax cert. Warranty. Great condition!
813-786-5206 leather, loaded, 1 owr, after 5pm 813-383-8974. changed every 3000 mi $7,950727-459-6508 352-686-4968
FORD 1996 F150 XLT, AC, smoer, 82K mi.$6995. KAWASAKI 2000. NOMAD -PORSCHE 1992 Carrera 2
lots of new parts, low Call 813-361-8796. 1500, with trailer option Automobiles for Sale 3.6 eng. 5spd 102K mi.
mileage nice work C0 wit tauifle capn utomoblies for Sale) steel gray on gray pwr
truck. $5500. CHEVY 2002 Tahoe, Flaw- red/silver, many good- DONATE YOUR CAR sunoof 2 ccod
813-928-6867 less w/beautiful detail. les, perfect, serious nq. 93 HONDA ACCORD Po- SPECIAL KIDS FUND Be 3t,0u. 727 d12 9288
FORD 2000 Ranger XLT avaiL. w oeltion only: 727-232-0525 k.$700 or Listings De- Special! Help Disabled PORSCHE 1993 968 conv.
ext. cab, V6, auto 12k, ICildrenwith Camp and excel, silver/gray, 6 spd
pe, pw, cold AC. Rus $16,50 83-765-8878 JKAWASAKI 2003 Red tails Call 1-800-749- Education. FREE Tow- e 1 owner 45K m.
reatl 999 old CHEVY2005RTahoen4 ZX636R, 3K miles, full TI 8116, Ext. 4880 ing, DMV Paperwork! $17,900 obo.
re-24,9039 CHEVY 2005 Tahoe 4 WD Muzzy exhaust, Scott's Tax Deduction. 813760-5080
813-264-2903 LT, leather It grey, load- steering dampner, pow- 97 TOYOTA CAMRY Only Call 1-877-GIVE-TO-KIDS
Crew XLT Red,10474-e81hiEht.7V16sC 0 www.specialkidsfund.o rerra cabriolet Cony,



Davidson F150 loaded CD player, 5,500. change completed ductible. FreePick- gme. $4000. obo tible, 4,900 Miles, 5 Spd,
only 30Kmi, arr-1 813-892-150 $12,900.813-380-7911 towAn 13-662-2529 rAs meolease men
Run erfcto sel OD20del/CEXnLOionfHelpt81r Asdsver eali b5K
-310-8274. FORD22 rExa derprivilegedchil- FORD 1997 Mustan GT, Exc. Cond. 813-45,-4321
t, sell foR payc t n MOTORCYCLES Wanted, oren r t LOADED, $85w d
FORD 2003 Sport Trak i4n5e0.024K mi, yrsc re d Seet, Dirt Bikes www.outreachcenter.or -(352)754-9944 SATURN 2002 L200
XLT, 54Kl, 2WD, Auto, main transfer wrn8t, ATV's. Also 8 uig g 1-800-693-7911 3.3000mi, all pwr, front &

003$14,500. 813-706340 G 1995, R Yukon Red Special Edition t Coe FORD 20041 ESCORT SE,$9350. obo 813-988-4640

bed, working truck, reg 813-258-3560 kept. Clean! Must See. Cassette, dual air bags, call 813-323-8769 tires cold ar, 35mpg
cab. Must oAsin g $6400 obo. 813-918-3141 ABS, (4-wheel) Ithr, very de enable. $1850
$9500.(941)3-606-0298 INFINITI 1999 QX-4 SUV moon rf, alloys, alarm, FORD 2002 Taurus SE, 813-891-6446
40k mi white, exc condo, SUZUKI 2003 GSX-R 1000 $4900 813-689-9178 V6, 4dr, Auto, Cold AC,
FORD 2005 F150 XLT Su- Bose leather sunroof, Akrapovicmufflertitani- 125K Hwy mi, Exc Cond, TOYOTA 1998 Camry,
per Crew, 4X4, CD play- $17Kobo 813-784-4539 urn, dbl bubble wind ACURA 1995 INTEGRA 4,950 white, 130K miles, very
er exc. condo 41K, Email Photos Available scrn never downed, GS-R, red, clean, adult 813-624-7296 ood condition, asking
20900. or best offer $7,500obo 813-654-7229 owned, well maintained, $5500. Must go!
813-505-4865 ISUZU 1994, Rodeo, Only 140K miles, $3,600. FORD 2003 Taurus SES al 941-360-0298.
k l 1ownere, everything YAMAHA 1983 Maxum 813-8134-2179 60K miles, A/C, CD, PL
MC 2000 Sonoma SLS works,no eaks201kmi, 750cc good condition, PW, new tires, ; rea TOYOTA 2002 CAMRY LE,
ext cab, 4 cyl, 5 sp, great cond, 900 $1,000 or best offer. ACURA 19972.5 TL, blue condition! 6,900 oo. 61K miles, gold, tan
great on gas, 40k omi, 813-477-0942 New paint. Great ext., tan leather int., 813-478-69 6. leather, tinted win-
perfect cond, $7500 obo Buy!!!!!813-900-0677 138K miles, good condi- dows CD, all power,
813-65-4558 ISUZU 2000 Rodeo LSC tion. Asking $4900. HONDA 1992 Accord $12,5060.813-453-2222
8136534558 showroom condo ', YAMAHA., 1996 Virago Must Go! 941-360-0198. $900 OBO MUST SELL!
MAZDA 1998 B4000 P/U, owner, All option s, 750cc, mint cond, lots of for listing TOYOTA 2005 Camry LE
cab plus, 2WD, topper, $8950 ions, chrome windshield, ACURA 1997 RL Premium 1-800-749-8167 ow mi., auto, all pwr,
alloy whIs great in. mi- 813-454-6900 saddle bags siss bar, Luxury, navi, Bose sys ext C752 looks & drives beauti-
nor ody damage, 88K. $4,500 obo 813-90 -6345 pwr moonrf, leather htd ful. You'll love it, Iprom-
ice cold air 650 obo ISUZU 2001 Rodeo LSE memory seats & more! HONDA 1997 Civic, 2 ise. $16,700.264-9583
813-957-7 998 ,Sport, white, full power, Yamaha 2004 YZ250F, $6995 813-841-1329 door, fullwrsunrf"
S 198clean never raceId, 17" rimsD spee ld TOYOTA 2005 Prius Hy-
TOYOTA 1986, 103K leather sunro 3400. 2004 Honda BMW 1997 Z3 convertible 87K great condition! brid, GAS SAVER! 6800
miles, straight body, 813-495-4120 CRF150 $1800. 6x8 trail- white w/ blk top, red $53060 obo. 813-748-2498 mi, 4dr, 60 mpg/city,
good. originapaint,t xc. JEEP 1996 Cherokee er $600.813-949-4560. Ithr seats, orig. owner, JAGUAR 1995 XJ, like 13 $25 493
mc. con new tires standard, 6 cyl, AC fully maint., 66K mi.
$2,650. 813-73-1709 works, goo e, Golf Carts $13,500. 727-526-3553 e g e LW 2000Jetta
TOYOTA 1998 TACOMA, great gas miE 1a b e r i n won'E lastr a 3 00a 80000 mC, 4 door(sn auto
4 3M 813-2- -la e BMW 1998 3281, auto, won' nlast- 7 r,3 0T.,4dans rssio n-
4x4, extcabAruns great, 3,500 3-2- 0 EZGO Freedom full en- white/tan,sportpr 813 7749 4. transmission, 6 cylin-
ice cold air L 20R closure, sign s, low m, 17" SSR 200 0 rs AM/FM radio
$3800 firm. 813-267-6612 EXUS2000RXornbacover ar rims leather. $12,950. AGUAR 2000 XJ8L ahe
Gold/Tan, sn rf,90Kmi, er, MIN Apollo 5273/833-5358 480 miles, garage sunroof, silver W blko
garaged very nice, $3900 (813)244-4289 1- silver w/ black interior $9,000 on
TOYOTA 2003 Tundra, V8, $17,500 o mi ter, chrome wheels, (727)267-1118
TRD sort package, 813-931-9191 GOLF-CART-BATTERIES BMW 1998528i auto, tri- le$14,900ather813258 wees, (727)267-1118
Dark 8lu1,psied New & second. w/n4black, loaded, leath- 812- VOLVO 2000 V40 Turbo
Bed 17,900. teps MERCEDES BENZ 1999 battery wrran ew r, 87k mi, moonroo, LEXUS 1993 SC400 Coupe Station WagonMINT
813- 60-6831 ML430, polar white w/ ALSOCART REPAIRSc CD $1199000i on
tan et. purchased new, 813-267-7830 new brakes, green with tires 67K mi Marroon
STrucks Heay Duty) or K mr Bose, G cOLF CART w/automatic cond new tires, 53K mi. 4233 Volvo 2001 V70 T5 Wag-
FORD 1992,14'U Haul nroof, XM radi fron t charger windshield, cur well maint all records on w/3rd row seats, ev-
Diesel Box Truck, eng tubular, talight guards & ta ensure, mint5 $19,500 obo LEXUS 2000 300GS, Gold, ery option except nay.
overhaul, runs great, $19,500. 863-207-5386 813-988-2593 13-6625888 auto., fully loaded44K, Exc. condition. 10,900
workhorse, $650 Chris ady driven car, Exc. ob. 727-278-5898.
o or, 727-643-6431 Mercury 1997 Mountain-r A s BMW 2002 X5 3.0, Black cond $175000rIDo .
727-6436431 Merry 199710k miles, Mountai,n- ATV / Tan,79K m, al o- 813-26-7073 VW 1999 Passat, auto,
FORD 1999 F350 XLT, 7.3 Ter, pk, h urons, dealer serviced, air moonrf Ithr, pw
powerstroke diesel & er 3200 HONDA 2001TRX 400EX carfcertified warran- LEXUS 2006 IS250, Only pdl, alarm, i09K mi. 4
4x4, silver, auto, 238k eand 813-340-6267. Pink, with matching hel- ty $22,950 727-459-6508 6Kmi. Navi, rear camera mi on eng $6,000 obo
miles. AC, CD. $14,900 Iamet & goggles. $3500 ar/b -2 pdl shift, 18" wheels. 813-362-7888
obo. 813-368-0813 TOYOTA 1998 Rav4 L 2 firm. $34500 obo. 813-831- V Tb
ISUZU 1999 NPR white wheel drive, al power, 813-310-0725 4681or352-812-8181 VW 003 BeetleTurbo,
storage, go so service try, c asseae/Cr 115SK, 'HONDA 2005 like new BUICK 1989 LeSabre MAZDA 2000, Miata SE, mint condo low miles,
struck, goo conition new tres, Min s con re Sportrax 250cc, 4 stroke $1000 6obo;2000 Crown 6 spd, Alarm System, 23000mi 16,5004813-
$17000truck, ood condition, enttiminelt, $7,400- 4 wheeler, reverse. Pix- Vic, mint cond., $6800 low miles, $11,500 obo 931-9184
813-$170000 813-986-4835 90-9 7400 available$3500. obo. Call813-270-4722 (941)426-779VW 2003 Passat GLS.
NISSAN 2004 Titan V8, 813-263-7909. before 10 p.m. Black, tan leather, auto,
auto, all owner, 18 in TOYOTA 2004 4Runner YAMAHA 2004 Blaster, 6 BUICK 1997 Century, A/C, MAZDA 2001 Protege, sunroof, Monsoon
wheels, &c. cond. SRn 34K Mi, Under War- s speed, Low Hours, Excel- power windows, 2 new 4DR, 5 sp silver stereo, alloy wheels
,ian b dol ens valend oCondition u po
Spray in bedliner,35K, ranty, Accessories In- ent ConDition, Must fires, $2000 firm. Driven w/gray clot int. 64,300 keyless entry. 34kmi.
Must See. $22,900 obo Sell $2 150 daily Toe to Plant Ci ml. good cond asking La 00 dr 7ent actwarty
,4-Wheel Drive )) 813-727- 00 443-845-2640 813-97-2430 /P494-97Mi $7200. 813-966-2608 $14,00. (72) 744-0034.
SYAMAHA 2005 450 less BUICK 1999 Park Avenu MERCEDES 1986 560 SL VW 2004 Golf GL 14k mi,
A2OD 1 R co -CC oh 0 iler. s aode Go Ma convertible w/ 2 tops. all power, alarm, tinted
DODGE 1988 Ram harg- GoCarts Hhrs Exc cond. Good Gas Red exc .cond. Some- wind, charcoal grey,
er, 4W, 62,000 orig. mi., IDSExt warr.$5900S 00 Mileage, Loaded, s d e
Great condo runs exc GOLF Cart Blow Out Sale ones 3-4311 $12,499. 813-841-79I u
$3000. obo7 13-508-173 2005 Club Car Prece- 727-423-5428 813-996-2778 $10,500. 727-40-4 1n2,755
dent, elec 48 volts MERCEDES 2000 SS0 ax-
TOYOTA 1986 4Runner, $3450. To reserve yours (Automobiles WantedJ CHEVROLET 2004 Eel, black/gray, AMG
4WD runs great, 3" lift Jason813-918-3763 J Corvette Convertible bkg 1 owner 4-K mi
on 33, 5 spa, great gas $$ CASH$$$ Commemorative ealer Smaint $35,900
mi.$4900 Gbo. 8-$ 26Edition.$600- 215, ms e a in 35a
mi $49200-6272 431-7301 ( Motorcycles For Cars, Trucks & Edition. 12,800 miles. o. 813-760-5080
81920-6272 431-7301 or le Vans Any Price/Any Selling at lease buyout
S Vans HARLEY 2002 Deuce Time CALL ME FIRST! rice. $39,900. Palm MERCEDES 2001 SLK230
Vans 10,800mi, Immaculate, 727-505-3882 Harbor, 813-241-7017. A Convt, 6 soeed,74K mi.
black on black, garage
Chevrolet 1996 Astro FIRM Calldd, $e CASH PAID For Cars CHEVY 1996 Camaro kept, $19,990.
AW, 53k original miles, 813-43-3447 Running orNot! We'll Black on black V6 5 813-943-4200
Dw, vy gon iles e 813 25453-3447 smen t Speed, AC, PS PB, 16K 813-943-4200
power doors & win- come 0 pc-k t O MERCEDES 2003 30
$5900.813-963-6997. Softail Deluxe FLSTNI- Call Rob at 813-610-1535 813-40 -0720 Sport, showroom new.
owner N/S, loaded 26k,
CHRYSLER 2002 Voyager, Black Pearl, low miles CASH TODAY! CHEVY 1998 Malibu, Exc white w/charcoal. gew
6 203, loaded, 7 pass extras include- motr For Cars, Trucks & Vans ellent Condition, 1 17" low pro tires
V o ped guard, windshie ldSt Running Or Not. owner Must see! Fully w/mags. Full fac warr,
,57K, mi,8., hanic3appeguar, wndush DONATE / loa e, ded te rack. 727-5 9.
dro lift euNpeEW- 813-728-7979 Iuanger $33,500.727-593-1195.
517,500 (863)859-5583 MERCEDES 2006 S430
FORD 1994 Econoline vc7wakao.com HELP FIGHT CHEVY 2005 Malibu Maxx AMG Sport. 4.3L, auto,
work, vauns kgood A HARLEY 2006 LS Loaded auto, 1 own- V8, 18', wheels, navig,
orm25iles. E reto uod HA LasYsic, CHILDREN'S er, factwrlv low miles. Bose, 9700 miles, fact
$2500 06n.813-839-4069 le ectromuade classic Non-smkr. $13,500 obo wrrty. $61,900. 310-4100
$44500 obo 813-9-4069 40mi w/ex- CANCER 813-833-2733
tras, no reasonable offer Please CHRYSLER 1998 erinn
FORD 2000 E-150 cO E aro lefused. o 2004678-1806 o CHRYSLER 1998 Sebring Ci k*
vano, p178K mi, os 352-796-4971 DONATE convertable white wit 1 .
nood, runsK mi good, new 3 m 3 7900 l tan tB 143k mi exc. M D 001
Iores, reauy to wod HARLEY DAVIDSON 2004 CARS cond. Must see! $3900 MERCEDES Benz 200
$4,760 8 k-951-0709 FAT BOY FLSTFI, pur- Trucks-Boats-RVs 813-737-4027/629-4028 S500 4 dr, blk, dark ray
caasedwnewok01/04, Any Car Any Condition Ithr int, loaded, 65k,
FORD 2000 Windstar LX black, has 190 miles to- No Restrictions CHRYSLER 2000 Sebrin non smokers, garaged,
4dr, seats 7, cold AC, tal (not a misprint), fac- TAX DEDUCTIBLE JXI Convertible, loaded, $41,000.813-340-8780
great family car, orig tory bobtail fender, FREE PICKUP new brakes, 75,006 MITSUBISHI1997 Galant,
owner, 146NKml Immac. 3,000 in ualit ur., A windows.
$4,4500obo6813-626-1545 20K firm.863-207-5386' 8m. Children's Soc miles $9200 Call
800-714-3575 8 9eDPay o nerl cool air
HONDA 2001 ODYSSEY, Harley Davidson 2004 www.childrens CHRYSLER 2002 Sebrin great cond.ition'$3506
Auto, Super extra clean, Sportster, like new on- www ch drens GOD. (813) 988-6954.
only 59K miles, gold. i 3000 miles. $Y900. charities.com Con. GTCre49K, loaded 06. ( 98 5.
Must Se! Like new. V163-263-790 29new Michelin tires, 4 MITSUBISHI 2006 Ecli se
$13,950 813-817-2156 Pictures avail (Classics & Antiques)) 59900813244-4289 GT Asking $20 000 Must
(5-Ccaasell Moving out of state.
KIA 2004 SEDONA ES, All HONDA 1994 GOLD WING, CHEVY 1972 MALIBU 2dr, Chrysler 2005 Sebrin 813-394-5052
power, Fully Loaded, 70K miles.lots of good- 35K oria mi fully docu- auto air I ..33.450.2.
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