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THURSDAY, JULY 6, 2006 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


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New concession
trailer is already
paying off for Unity
in the Community, a
Plant City charity.
PAGE I


LETTERS


Two readers weigh
in on the debate over
Scientology, while
another takes issue
with Charley Reese.
PAGE 6

PROFILE


The Rev.Jim Roper
of Sydney Baptist
Church is our latest
"In the Spirit" profile.
PAGE 9


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photos
Gene Burgner missed this putt and blamed it on a distraction caused by the cameraman, George
Newman. His playing partners, Jack Garrison and Walt Arnold showed no mercy as the stroke was
counted and the low score on the hole was awarded to none other than the cameraman.




The Last Roundl

Final Foursome Plays The Plant City GolfClub


!ell, the "Old Course," Plant
City Golf Club, has finally
seen its last group of players
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Fairway to green.
'On June 27, after 75 years of play, the time
had finally come for the last foursome to tee it
CALENDAR up and close out the history of this unofficial
PAGE 3 municipal course. That honor went to Jack
................... Garrison, Walt Arnold, Gene Burgner and your
CLASSIFIED faithful reporter. My job was to record the
event, an effort referred to by Mark Twain as a
PAGE 19 "walk in the park, ruined." But we all managed
to hack it around
CROSSWORD pretty good.
PAgE 18 In 75 years the
... .. course has been part
FAMILY LIVING of many good
moments for a lot of
PAGE 8 people. The front .
nine was built in 1931
SPORTS .. by the owners of the
PAGE 1 Coronet Mining Co.
.................... to be enjoyed by its
OBITUARIES employees. The
GOI H UARIEpopularity of the
PAGE 14 GEORGEH. course with the
.............NEWMAN employees and their
guests prompted the
owners to eventually
add a second nine. After 100 years of operation,
the plant now stands idle just south and east of
the course. Until the Walden Lake Golf Course
was built in the early 1980s, the Plant City club
was the only local course available.
Back "I remember playing at Plant City Golf Club
rowdiert band back in the late '60s," said Garrison, a former
ihe seas again assistant principal at Plant City High School.
*vie* of one of "In those days, the Florida Strawberry Festival
immer's most sponsored a golf tournament at the club each
ed sequels year while the festival was under way. I remem-
ber winning a putter for hitting the longest
v in drive of the day."
a Tribune Garrison, 67, can still hit it. He graduated
h,,r, Ifrom Turkey Creek High School in 1957 and
"" went to Florida Southern College where he


The area golfing world was turned upside down
over the closing of the Plant City Golf Club.
Vigorous play at the course during the last two
weeks was prompted by news the old club, in
operation for 75 years, would close its gates .for
good June 27. That evening workers uprooted
the sign facing Coronet Road that invites
people to play. Environmental cleansing of
ponds and contaminated soil in the ponds that
intertwine within the golf course property
makes operation of the course impossible,
managers said.
played center field on the baseball team. He
worked in the Hillsborough County school
system for 41 years before retiring. He said the
old golf course was a positive part of Plant
City's character. For many people it truly was
the city municipal course.
In spite of the perception, the club was never
owned or operated by the city. In fact, only the
back nine is inside the city limits. The Coronet
plant site and the front nine, the original nine,
are in unincorporated Hillsborough County.
The course was built around the plant
settling ponds. Water discharged from the
phosphate processing plant filled ponds
winding through much of the layout. Many of
the holes were interesting to play, and in the
course's heyday, quite pleasing to the eye.
Although it was a struggle for recent course
managers to keep the course in good playing
condition, there was nothing ruined about this
See GOLF, Page 11


KEVIN BRADYIStaff photo
Plant City Entertainment will
present "Guys & Dolls" July 7-
8, 14-16 and 21-22 in the
auditorium at Hillsborough
Community College's Plant
City campus, 1206 N. Park
Road. Above, four of the
leading actors in the play are,
from top, Justin Batten, Fiona
Supple-Worthington, Nicho-
las Folkes and Krysteena
Wakefield. See story, Page 12.


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TODAY
Ribbon cutting
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce plans a ribbon cutting July 6 at 10:30
a.m. at Hallmark Mortgage Services Inc.,
1501 S. Alexander St., Suite 103. Call: 754-
3707.

Family film night
The Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St., will offer a family film night
July 6 at 7. Children must be able to sit
through a full-length feature film. Call the
library for title and length. Information:
757-9215 or www.hcplc.org.

Yard sale
The Full Gospel Tabernacle, 2311 Sam-
monds Road, plans a yard sale July 6-8 from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call: 754-3843.

Free computer classes
First Baptist Church Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St., will offer free computer classes
every Thursday June 29 through July 27.
Participants have their choice of 2 or 6:30
p.m. classes. Classes cover basic computer
parts and software. Call: 752-4104 to regis-
ter.

TUESDAY
Christian women's club
The Plant City Christian Women's Club
plans a "Positively Patriotic Day" luncheon
July 11 at 11:30 a.m. at Walden Lake Golf &
Country Club on Clubhouse Drive. The cost
is $13. The speaker will be Sharon Sabo
with music by John Kennedy.
For reservations and complimentary
nursery, call Carole at 759-1708.

Gospel sing
Bethany Baptist Church, 3409 N. Cork
Road, will host a free gospel Sing with the
Centurions Quartet July 9 at 6 p.m. A fel-
lowship event will follow. Call: 752-9209.

Free blood pressure checks
South Florida Baptist Hospital will offer
free blood pressure checks July 11 and 18
from 1 to 2 p.m. in the community resource
center in the main hospital lobby. Call: 754-
4444 to register.

THURSDAY
Storytelling event
Storyteller Windell Campbell will
perform July 13 at 10:30 a.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.
Campbell's repertoire includes traditional
African folk tales, some originals and more.
Information: 757-9215 or www.hcplc.org.

Ribbon cutting
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce plans a ribbon-cutting ceremony
July 13 at 2 p.m. at Image Depot, 1701 S.
Alexander St., Suite 112-1.

Quilt guild barbecue
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild plans a pot-
luck dinner/summer barbecue.July 13 at 6:
30 p.m. at the Winter Visitor's Center, 304
Dort St. Call: 752-7409.

PLAN AHEAD
Friday Night gospel sing
Mount Zion.Assembly of God, 3005 Tho-
notosassa Road, plans a gospel sing July 14
at 7 p.m. featuring the Royal City Family.
Please bring a paper goods donation, such


Lifeguard

course,
The Plant City
Family YMCA,
1507 YMCA Place,
plans a junior
lifeguard summer
program July 10-
14. Cost: members,
$105; nonmem-
bers, $135. Call:
757-6677.


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Photo courtesy of Jackie's Danhce Studio

'Aladdin' on stage
Students at Jackie's Dance Studio, 507 N. Wheeler St., will stage "Aladdin" July 10
from 7 to 8 p.m. Call: 752-1621.


as paper plates,_ toilet paper, cups or nap-
kins. Call: 752-1614.

School immunizations, physical
Back-to-school physical and immuniza-
tions will be offered July 15 from 9. a.m. to 1
p.m. at the John R. Trinkle Center on the
Hillsborough Community College campus,
1206 N. Park Road. Appointments required,
call 754-4444.

Softball tournaments
The Amateur Softball Association of
America will host men's, women's and
coed slowpitch state championships July
15-16 in Plant City. Games will be played at
the Randy L. Larson Four Plex, 1810 E. Park


Road.
Information: Carlton Benton, 659-4255,
Ext. 4304, or cbenton@plantcitygov.com.

Strawberry Classic Car Show
The Strawberry Classic Car Show will be
July 15 from 4 to 9 p.m. The event includes
antiques, customs, classics and hot rods in
and around McCall Park, 100 N. Collins St.
Admission and registration is free.
Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-
ty.org.

Revival
Sydney Assembly of God, 14905 Sydney
Road, plans a revival with Joshua and
Christy Sullivan July 16 at 6 p.m. and July
17-21 at 7 p.m. Call: 659-0532.

Soccer camp
A University of South Florida Bulls soccer
camp for boys and girls between ages 7 and
15 is planned July 17 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the
Otis Andrews Complex. The $115 fee
includes a soccer ball and shirt. The Plant
City Lancers are hosting the event. Call:
Chris Black, 299-2449.

'Arctic Edge'Bible school-'
Sydney Baptist Church; 1510 Cre Road,
plans a vacation Bible school "Arctic
Edge: Where Adventure Meets Courage," -
July 17-21 from 6:30 to; 9 p.m. nightly for
children in grades kindergarten through
six. The round-up will be July 22 with
games and refreshments for everyone.
Call: 659-1559.


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

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

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

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

Network Professionals
Network Professionals of
Plant City Inc. meets at 11:45
a.m. Thursday at City Grill,
1701 S. Alexander St.
Call: Michael Gottesman:
75473183.

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

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

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club in-
vites singles to a dance every
Friday from 8 p.m. to mid-
night at the Stardust Dance
Center in Plant City Plaza,
1405 Collins St.
The cost is $5 for mem-
bers, $7 for nonmembers.
Call: 752-9277 or 759-
2063.

Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan
Club meets the first and
third Thursday of every
month at 6:45 a.m. at the
Orange Blossom Tea Room,
106 S. Evers St.
Call: Ann Churchwell,
986-2827.

Al-Anon meeting
Hope Al-Anon meets
Monday at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Clement Catholic Church,
1104 N. Alexander St., Room


Call: 752-5316.


Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of
Plant City, meets at 7:30 p.m.
on the third Thursday of the
month at The First United
Methodist Church Wesley
Center.
Call Don Rainard, 707-
0331.










Breaking The Ice


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SCOTT E. RUPP/Staff photo
State Attorney Mark Ober and Sheriff David Gee address the
media June 20 about a three-monthlong undercover drug
investigation targeting meth users and sellers. With 134 arrests
made, Gee cautioned that the area's drug problems aren't over.


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SHERIFF'S OFFICE CRACKS DOWN
ON METH DEALERS, USERS
By SCOTT E. RUPP .
srupp@mediageneral.com
The public outcry forced Sheriff David Gee's
hand.
In response to dozens of resident complaints
to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's and
county commission offices regarding metham-
phetamine dealers and users in their neighbor-
hoods, Sheriff Gee launched a three-month
investigation resulting in 134 arrests.
Beginning March 27, the two district offices
that serve the bulk of east Hillsborough County,
including the Brandon area, and the Hills-
borough County State Attorney's Office
embarked on an undercover mission that tar-
geted meth dealers and users, appropriately
named Operation Ice Breaker.
At a press conference June 20 at the sheriff's
office's Falkenburg Road station in a room that
smelled of marijuana with tables laden with
drugs, guns and paraphernalia, Gee briefed the
media on the operation.
In addition to making 134 arrests, the sherif-
fs office seized 17.5 pounds of cocaine, 82.5
pounds of marijuana, $53,068 in cash, a Harley-
Davidson motorcycle and 25 guns.
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"We were targeting street-level sellers and
moving up from there," Gee said. "This was just
the tip of the iceberg. This is the biggest effort
we've made. Everybody is concerned about
this problem. We've got to go into these neigh-
borhoods and get these crack and meth prob-
lems out."
Gee's statement declaring a small victory in
the local war on drugs was guarded. He pointed
out that more and more drugs are making their
way west through Polk County.
Operation Ice Breaker focused largely on the
Seffner and Mango areas, he said. And though
three meth labs were investigated and disman-
tfled, Gee said there are always more popping
up. He said they are extremely dangerous to
property and people because making meth is a
volatile process and can result in fires and
explosions.
A major problem is that the labs are easy to
set up anywhere, including houses and vehi-
cles.
Controlling drugs is not as easy as attacking
the local problem, he said, because where local
dealers are failing, Mexican labs are succeeding
as evidenced by the increase in drug traffic in
the area in recent years.
"The supply is still pretty steady and we're
finding labs all the time," Gee said. "It's getting
bigger all the time. And more and more adults
See ICE, Page 13


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JULY 6, 2006 THE COURIER 5


NEWS DIGEST

YMCA hosting adoptive
parenting open house
The Plant City YMCA, 1507
YMCA Place, plans an open
house on foster and adoptive
parenting July 18 from 6:30 to
8 p.m.
The event is sponsored by
the Tampa YMCA and Hills-
borough Kids Inc.
Call: 757-6677.
The event will provide
information on the children in
the program, the rcle of foster
and adoptive families and
other ways to foste' children.
There will also be an opportu-
nity to meet and speak with a
current foster family.
There are more than 5,000
children in protective services
and foster care in Hills-
borough County.
For more information about
Hillsborough Kids Inc., which
oversees the foster program
within the county, call 643-
5437.

Adopt-a-Pallet program helps
Plant City High football
Plant City Raider Football
needs help in putting sod on
the team's renovated practice
field.
Send checks payable to:
Plant City Boosters at One
Raider Place, Plant City, FL
33566 (put in the memo Sod
Project).
For more information or to
offer help, call Kevin Kelley,
(863) 409-1948.
The team needs 130 pallets
at $80 each.

Republican Women's
Club hosts speaker
Rosemary O'Brien, vice
president of public affairs for
CF Industries Inc. in Washing-
ton, D.C., will be the guest
speaker at the July 13 meeting
of the Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club at
Plant City's Ramada Inn.
O'Brien will talk about off-
shore drilling and the search
for natural gas solutions.
A buffet dinner is available
at 6:30 p.m. for $15 and
includes entree, side dishes,
beverage and tip.
The meeting will begin at 7.
For dinner reservations, call
Melane Byrd, 754-0424.

Rogers wins trip to Mexico
Home Interiors & Gifts Inc.,
a seller of home decor acces-
sories, recently rewarded one
of its top achievers with
awards in sales and sponsor-
ing.
Tammy GL Rogers of Plant
City won a trip for two to Aca-
pulco, Mexico.
The trip is part of the com-
pany's 'incentive program
designed to inspire its sales
force.

Girl Scouts homecoming set
for Camp Dorothy Thomas
Girl Scouts who have
attended a camp at Camp
Dorothy Thomas are invited
to a Resident Camp Home-
coming July 16 from 5 to 8
pmn. at. the camp in River-
view.
.The'event is open to all for-
mer Girl Scouts and their fam-
ilies and friends. The cost is $7
per person.
Information: Girl Scouts of
Suncoast Council at 281-447,
(727) 447-3350, or 1-800-881-
4457 or visit www.girlscoutso-
fsuncoastcouncil.org.


KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
Joyce Jordan, president of Unity in the Community, left, and Linda Fuhrman, chairwoman of the group's concession stand commit-
tee, say they couldn't be happier with the group's new concession trailer, shown here at last weekend's bike show in downtown Plant
City.




Charity Has High Hopes For Trailer


'THIS IS AN

INVESTMENT FOR US'
By KEVIN BRADY
kbrady@mediageneral.com
Nestled away on a table in
Plant City Community Bingo,
a Plant City charity's conces-
sion stand was easy to miss at
the monthly bike and car
shows.
Not any more.
The cash register was ring-
ing when Unity in the Com-
munity rolled out its new
bright red concession trailer at
last weekend's bike show.
"We have already seen reve-
nue jump 300 percent," said
Joyce Jordan, president of
Unity, a grass-roots charity
organization that helps the
needy in Plant City. "It's going
to become a great fundraising
tool for us."


The charity was granted a
concession two years ago for
the popular bike and car
shows that take over the area
around McCall Park every
month. But without a trailer,
they were limited to a table
just inside the bingo hall.
"John Zilba (the bingo hall's
manager) was very generous
to us in allowing us to have a
table there, but people didn't
know we were there."
Linda Fuhrman, chair-
woman of Unity's concession
stand committee, first sug-
gested the group invest in a
trailer 18 months ago.

"We wrestled with the idea
for a few months and then dis-
cussed how to pay for it," said
Fuhrman, who also sits on the
Unity board of directors. The
group did not want to dip into
existing funds for the esti-
mated $20,000 they thought
they would need to buy and


outfit the trailer. Instead, they.
chose to hold other fund-
raisers specifically for the
trailer and have been counting
their pennies for more than a
year now.
Unity bought the trailer last
month from a source who
wished to remain anonymous.
"It was a great deal," was all
Fuhrman would say about the
price.
With a new refrigerator,
coffee machine and cash reg-
ister all of which were
donated the trailer already
looks to be paying off.
"We now offer smoothies,
fresh-brewed iced tea, cap-
puccinos of all flavors, water
and soft drinks, including Ari-
zona iced tea." said Jordan
who added that the sweet tea
seems to be a hit. Volunteers
could only serve soft drinks
and water before they had the'
trailer.


"Now we will be able to
serve smoothies and sweet tea
during the summer and cap-
puccino in the cooler months,"
Jordan said..
The trailer also looks like it
will be doing some traveling.
Fuhrman said they have
already had several offers to
take it to other outdoor events
where they will also be able to
serve food. Unity's concession
for the car and bike shows is
limited to drinks.
"This is an investment for
us," Fuhrman said.
Unity hosts fundraisers
throughout the year and
donates the money to groups
local groups like Meal on
Wheels and the United Food
Bank. "The need is growing
every year," Jordan said. "We
needed this trailer."
For more information about
the trailer or sponsorship
opportunities, call 752-2727.


UF ribbon cutting
The University of Florida,
which will be offering courses
here starting next month,
recently held a ribbon-cutting
ceremony at its Plant City
campus, 1200 N. Park Road.
Jack Rechcigl is the campus
director. Call: 707-7330.


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Scientology just
'pseudo-psychoanalysis'
As a former Plant City
resident, I have been following
with great interest your
invasion by Scientologists.
I was acquainted with two
sisters who were drawn into
Scientology at its birth. At that
time it was promoted as a new
science and method of healing.
One sister was married and
had to drop out early for
financial reasons. The other
was lured by ever-expanding
goals to stay in until a few years
after it became a church. The
two reasons Scientology
decided to become a church
were to shield its activities from
the law and for the financial
advantages, as mentioned by
Craig Robart in a recent letter
to The Courier.
Scientology taught that by a
pseudo-psychoanalysis one
could recover memories which
were the cause of illnesses,
physical problems, manner-
isms or mental limitations. For
instance, she "discovered" that
some mannerism she had was
caused by the "fact" that she
had been eaten by a wolf
during a past life.
Scientologists kept expand-
ing the scope to the extent that
they believed they could exit
their bodies and travel through
space if they could clear all the
blockages encountered during
past lives.


Fortunately she was forced
by family and financial circum-
stances to drop out and re-
enter reality, and ended up
marrying before she could
return.
Martha Greene
Lincoln, Neb.



Serving your country
isn't just self interest
Charley Reese doesn't
comprehend that the honor in
serving your country has
nothing to do with "self-
interest," it has to do with a
* genuine interest in the future
of our nation and our very
culture, something he and his
spineless comrades have no
interest in preserving.
The true Americans are those
who have gone before us who
migrated from basic tyranny to
America to form a new democ-
racy. Their trials and tribula-
tions as well as their sacrifices
and losses are told in true
history books, not the altered
political-correct history that
the liberals are trying to shove
down our children's throats,
and not in the politically
correct fantasy land that
Charley and his cohorts in the
media dwell in.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
had to have been an
unscrupulous man the way he
goaded and antagonized the


Japanese before World War II
with his sanctions and other
endeavors against them. We
can be assured that Charley
Reese and his buddies think
that President Bush brought
down the Trade Center towers.
Charley must have missed the
events of Sept. 11, 2001, when
the United States was attacked
on our own soil by Islama-
fascists and more than 3,000
innocent citizens were mur-
dered.
No, I think Charley thinks we
should take the Clinton
example and treat terrorist.
attacks as though they were a
"police matter." You know,
maybe wait until they kill a few
million of us before he deems
any attack as an invasion.
For Mr. Reese's information,
the brave men and women who
gave their lives in all the wars
were not considered canon
fodder. In reality, the world is
the way it is, and until everyone
embraces a peaceful means of
existence, we have to be willing
to sacrifice for our freedoms
and culture which, at times,
involves putting your self
interests on the back burner.
What exists now is a danger-
ously fanatical enemy who
shouts "death to Americans" at
every opportunity. They had a
full run of their madness under
the Clinton administration,
who also loathed the military.
According to their ideology, we
should sit back and let them do


as they please, after all, we
deserve it, right?
Gary Keeler
Plant City

Scientologists are
right on drug dangers
George L. Henson, a Chris-
tian, doesn't believe the
editorial page is for "slam-
ming" people. But, in a letter to
The Courier "Ode Was
Odious" April 21 Henson
slammed me for criticizing
Ronda Storms' mistreatment of
low-income library patrons.
Such hypocrisy is an exam-
ple of why many people have
become disillusioned with
Christianity.
Henson opposes the Church
of Scientology and wants to be
a witness for Christ. Some-
times, showing compassion for
the poor and oppressed can be
the best way for Christians to
persuade non-believers.
Because I love children, I will
continue to show my support-
for Scientologists in their
efforts to expose the dangers of
Ritalin, Prozac and other drugs
doctors prescribe to healthy,
energetic children.
And, for those of you who
don't love children but love
your money, you too should be
concerned about the prescrip-
tion-drugging of children-
you're paying for it with your
See LETTERS, Page 13


We all know it is too easy to lose contact with
old friends. Years, distance and a litany of
distractions make it difficult to maintain even
the most significant relationships. Some,
however, represent times and experiences that helped
define who we are today. That's why I drove three
hours in torrential rains last week to eat lunch with


John Hess.
I first met John in 1975 when
we spent a little more than
three months touring Europe
and the Middle East in a
decrepit bus with 35 other
young adults. The trip included
such highlights as smuggling
Bibles into the Soviet Union,
being towed to a garage by a
team of Turkish water buffalo
and an unforgettable two
weeks in Israel.
By the summer of 1976 we
had toured much of the U.S. on
a mission team, experienced
some truly bizarre adventures,
and led a group of 21 hikers the
length of Virginia on the
Appalachian Trail.
Since the late '70s, John has'
served as a missionary to
Eastern Europe. Based in
Krakow, Poland, he had a
front-seat view of the fall of
communism as Lech Wa??sa's
Solidarity movement gained
momentum.
"My friends tell me Pope
John Paul's visit was key," he
said. "In Krakow over a million
people gathered in defiance of
the government's orders. They
looked around at one another
and in that moment realized


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


they were not alone."
John has always owned a
unique blend of honest
intellectual curiosity and
unswerving faith. Conse-
quently, he has enjoyed a
remarkable opportunity to
both observe and participate in
communism's "post-mortem"
as Poland and its neighbors
attempt to reconstruct both
socially and economically.
John is deeply interested in
ideas such as the underlying
processes that contribute to
long-term change in societies


and the potential impact of
unifying constructions such as
a "Biblical Christian World
View."
Academically, John is
pursuing his Ph.D. through
Oxford University. Socially, he
is working to effect substantive
change as his family builds
long-term relationships with
real people struggling to find
meaning and purpose in a
harsh reality.
I hadn't seen John in more
than a decade, so when I heard
he was visiting Melbourne
Beach I restructured my week
to free up a day to drive over.
We had a great visit, but I could
see that he is tired and that the
situation in Eastern Europe can
be overwhelming.
Years ago John told me he
believed I have a more difficult
task here in America in terms
of communicating truth. "You
have years of misinformation
to counter," he said. "Many
Americans are closed to
Christianity because we have
corrupted the message so
badly. Here in Eastern Europe
it's a blank slate people are
more receptive."
But even the gospel must be
understood in the context of
culture and personal history.
One of the great characteristics
of eternal truth is its applicabil-
ity while one of our great
mistakes as is to confuse North
American culture with truth for
all people.
So while John has not
changed his belief that Eastern
Europe is a fertile mission field,


he understands profoundly
that freedom is neither formu-
laic nor necessarily
synonymous with our western
way of life or a pre-packaged
approach to church and
government.
He's concerned that we too
easily misunderstand. "Free-
dom is a lot more that being
able to vote every four years,"
he said. "And faith is best
explored through relation-
ships."
Life in Krakow is poles apart
from life in the U.S. Life in Iraq,
or Honduras, or Afghanistan is
different still. The message that
my friend John is living and
sharing in Poland is the deeper
truth that God is available and
willing to be with people in
their ongoing day-to-day
struggle, no matter what
political or economic reality is
in place.
Here's my question as we
think about another July
Fourth. How free is the Ameri-
can who is enslaved by debt,
alcohol or pornography? How
liberated is the Iraqi who has
yet to find personal peace?
What can we say about the
impoverished Polish family
who recently discovered faith
in God?
Please pray for John and his
work in Poland. And, while we
are on our knees, let's pray for
America, too.

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


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JULY 6, 2006 THEICOURIER 7


COMMENTARY


Charleys Favorite Things Are Free


Have you ever stopped to
think how many wonderful
things in this life are free? The
four seasons are one example.
I love them all. Winter adds
poignancy to spring and fall,
but summer, for me, is the
best of all.
The lush green of the
forests, the magnolia and
crape myrtle blooms, and the
warm and hazy afternoons
are pure blessings. Along the
Gulf and Atlantic coasts there
are magical sights of the seas
and marshes. Something in
the air tells you to relax and
enjoy the sights, sounds and
smells.
Another blessing is the
weather. How dull it would be
if the sun shone every day. I
love the afternoon thunder-
storms. In Florida we depend
on these and, yes, on tropical
storms and hurricanes to
replenish the Florida aquifer
from whence the state gets
most of its water.
The damage to nature that
hurricanes do is quickly
repaired by nature. It's the
damage to man-made


CHARLEY
REESE
Columnist


structures that is so difficult
and expensive to repair. Well,
that's really not the hurri-
canes' fault. Hurricanes just
do what they have to do, and
if people wish to build in their
paths, then that's their
problem. It wouldn't bother
me if, after they have all been
evacuated, a storm leveled
every high-rise condominium
on the coasts. They are
monuments to greed and mar
the view.
It's a tragedy when people


lose their homes and, even
worse, their lives. But people
who choose to live on the
coasts are gamblers, and for
most of them, it's a good bet.
Even with last year's hurri-
cane season, there were more
places where hurricanes
didn't hit than there were
where they did.
To add to the list of good
things that are free are public
parks, including national
parks, and public libraries.
Technically, they are not
really free, since they are
provided with tax dollars, but
user fees at most parks are
low, and libraries have none.
I, by the way, am against user
fees for any public facility.
Libraries have a special
place in my heart because
long before I could afford to
buy anything more than a
paperback, the library filled
my need for books. If people
would only use libraries, they
could provide the equivalent
of a graduate-level education.
Thanks to libraries, I read
most of the works of Charles
Dickens, Ernest Thompson


Seton, William Thackeray, the
Bronte sisters, Dostoyevsky,
Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott
Fitzgerald, William Faulkner,
Hendrik Van Loon and others
while I was in high school.
If kids today substitute
video and iPod downloads for
reading, they will be cheating
themselves. Great books are
the only means available to
travel in time and space. They
also provide an invaluable
insight into the human
experience. No educated
person should be shocked to
discover sin, yet through the
years I met college graduates
who were surprised that
government didn't work the
way they had been told it
worked.
Among the blessings that
are free are good friends.
There is a reason why solitary
confinement is used as a
punishment. We are herd
animals, and for most people
solitude in more than small
doses is dangerous. We need
the companionship of people.
Shared experiences are better
than lone experiences. We are
just made that way by nature.
And there are animals. I
buy big jars of peanuts to feed


the squirrels on my back
patio. If I forget, they will
come up to the sliding glass
door and peer inside, and if I
still do not respond, they will
climb up on the screen.
Squirrels remind me of
children because they are so
perky and playful. One day, a
black snake slithered up to
the sliding glass door and
looked inside for a moment
and then glided away.
Birds are also plentiful, and
I keep water and a feeder to
encourage them. There are
doves, cardinals, mocking
birds, blue jays and, at certain
times of the year, purple
grackles. I'm not a "birder,"
because I'm colorblind, but I
like to watch them, as well as
lizards and other critters.
Birdseed and peanuts are
cheap compared with the
pleasure I get from watching
the animals.
As the song says, these are a
few of my favorite things, and
I'm sure you can add to it. It's
easy to forget the good things
in life if we get caught up in
the rat chase.
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Ayscue Twins Celebrate 90th Birthday Together


When twins Vernon and
Virgil Ayscue celebrate their
birthday at the Turkey Creek
Recreation Center July 15 it
might take the whole Ayscue
clan to blow out the 180
birthday candles.
More than 100 family
members and close friends
are expected to be on hand
for the twins' 90th birthday
celebration. The WW II
veterans, originally from
Franklin County, N.C., have
been in Plant City for more
than 40 years and are active
members of American Legion
Post 26.
Among those celebrating
will be Vernon's wife, Juanita,
and his daughters from
Tampa, Laverne Goss and
Elizabeth Katz, and.their
husbands, Jerry and Bill. Also
on hand to mark the big day
will be Virgil's daughters and
sons-in-law, Barbara and
Avery Kicklighter of Plant
City, Patricia and Kenny Goff
of West Palm Beach, Shirley
and Mike Winn of Sewanee,
Tenn. Virgil's sons and their
wives will also be there J.D.
and Barbara Ayscue of Valrico
and James and Cheryl Ayscue
of Belleair. Eleven grandchil-
dren and 13 great-grandchil-
"dren also will be there.
Missing, but in their
thoughts, will be Virgil's late
wife, Frances, a grandchild
studying in Europe and
Finchie Fuller, age 94, the
twins older sister in North
Carolina.
Happy 90th and God bless
this special family.

Couple celebrate
golden anniversary
It was the perfect location
for golden anniversary
celebration for Robert and
Donna Humphrey of Plant
City.
On July 8 the couple plan to
celebrate at the 1914 Plant
City High School Community
Center where they once.
courted as teenagers.
Robert first saw Donna in
jeans, black and white oxford
shoes and a sailor's cap when
they were classmates at
Springhead Junior High and
said to himself, "that's going
to be my girl." They married
in Nahunta, Ga., April 29,
1956, and have four children -
Bob Humphrey of Lachoo-
chie, Tammy Hebert of Fort
Edward, N.Y., Ramona Jordan
and Rachel Woodward of
Plant City- 15 grandchildren
and 10 great-grandchildren.


Photo courtesy of Ramona Jordan
Robert and Donna Humphrey
will share golden memories at
the 1914 PCHS Community
Center.


Photos courtesy of Ayscue family
Plant City twins Virgil, left, and Vernon Ayscue as youngsters. Below, Virgil, left, and Vernon will
turn 90 July 12.


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist

Smith, Pfeffer celebrate
anniversaries
Two special anniversaries
have come, but are certainly
not forgotten.
Mac and Cookie Smith,
longtime Plant City residents,
celebrated their 54th wedding
anniversary June 23. Also, the
Rev. Dean Pfeffer of Hope
Lutheran Church on North
Park Road recently marked 10
years of ministry at Hope
Lutheran.
The congregation honored
him June 18 with a scrapbook
of memories titled "10 Years
of Blessings" and chose "10
Years of Running with Hope"
as the theme for the celebra-
tion to reflect their pastor's
running passion he runs 4.5
miles weekly as well as
Hope's desire to run with the
gospel message to those in
the community.

Well done, Cody
In August, Cody Silcox, son
of Brenda Silcox and Donald
-Knight, will be off to Tennes-
see where he has accepted a
scholarship to Maryville
College to continue showing
his talents in football and
wrestling.
A special thanks to his
coaches at Plant City High


School for introducing
Maryville College to Cody,
who plans to major in psy-
chology.
Well done, Cody. We wish
you much success.

Doing mom and dad proud
Nick and Nora Trivunovi-
ch's son, John, a 2004 gradu-
ate of Plant City High, has
made the dean's list for the
2006 spring term at the
University of Florida's College
of Engineering.
Congratulations.

Dori Grinenko Baker
pens books
Dori Grinenko Baker,
daughter-in-law of Ron and
Barbara Baker of Plant City,
has authored a book "Doing
Girlfriend Theology" about
how to talk with young
women about their lives.
Dori pays tribute in the
book to Suzette Thompson of
Plant City, who influenced
her as a student at Plant City
High School. Dori is an
ordained Uuited Methodist
minister and teacher at Union
Theological Seminary,
Perkins School of Theology in
Richmond, Va.
Suzette is a member of First
United Methodist Church,


Plant City, and Rqn teaches
an adult Sunday school class
there.
Blessings to all.

Ashley Moody following
in dad's footsteps
Ashley Moody, a Plant City
High and University of Florida
graduate, is following in her
dad and granddad's footsteps.
This September she'll run
for Hillsborough County


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ofB. Silcox of Ashley Moody
Above left, Maryville College,
in Maryville, Tenn., will get a
winner when Plant City High
School's Cody Silcox goes
there next month. Above right,
Ashley Moody is a prosecutor
at the U.S. Attorney's Office in
Tampa. The former strawberry
queen now has her eye on a
judge's seat.

Circuit judge Group 45. Her
dad, James Moody, is a
federal district court judge.
Her granddad, the late James
Moody, Sr. was a Hills-
borough Circuit Court judge.
Ashley, the granddaughter
of Irma Moody of Plant City,
is engaged to Timothy J.
Fitzgerald, a Tampa attorney.
She was the 1993 strawberry
festival queen. Morn, Carol
Moody, is an attorney with
Bay Area Legal Services.
Currently, Ashley is prose-
cutor at the U.S. Attorney's
Office in Tampa. She was
recently recognized by the
Tampa Bay Review as one of
the Bay area's "40 under 40"
distinguished lawyers.
Congratulations and best
wishes to this hometown girl.

Southern Star makes rare
summer appearance
There will be a rare sum-
mertime appearance of
Southern Star Bluegrass at the
historic Palladium Theater in
downtown St. Petersburg July
14 at 7:30 p.m. The band
would like to invite all friends
and neighbors to this special
venue. Call: (727) 822-3590.

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event you would like to see in
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Photo courtesy of Joe Bowles
The Rotary team proudly showed off their trophies after
winning the Plant City Little League's city championship in the
majors division May 25. Front row, from left: Sergio Gacia, Caleb
Ray, Eric Boyd, Austin Gilley, Kenneth Floyd, Jesse Bullard.
Middle row, from left: Austin Alba, Oscar Ibarra, Keven Long,
Luke Garland, Evan Bowles, Zackary Becese. Back row, from left:
Coach Lazaro Alba, manager Joe Bowles and coach Ken Floyd.




JULY 6, 2066 THrE'CO'ORlER 9


IN THE SPIRIT


The Rev. Jim Roper: Sydney Baptist Church


The Rev. Jim Roper of
Sydney Baptist Church, 1510
Cre Road, is one of those
easy-going preachers who
would make great company
for a long day's fishing. Roper
was a commercial charter
boat captain long before he
answered God's call to preach
and whether he's on the water
or in the pulpit, this country
pastor casts deep.
Q: When did you come to
Sydney?
A: We've been here two
years. I had previously
pastored Emmanuel Baptist
in Gibsonton.
Q: Where did you grow up?
A: I was born Columbia,
S.C., in 1947 and we moved to
Miami when I was 12. I
remained there through high
school and then I served four
years in the U.S. Navy.
Q: So you're a "second
career" preacher?
A: I was a truck driver for a
while, but most of my adult
career has been fishing I'm a
licensed captain and I did a
lot of chartering.
Q: So why ministry?
A: I wasn't saved till I was in
my late 20s. My wife and I
made a decision for Christ
together in South Carolina. A
while later I went to Trinity


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DEREK MAUL/Photo
The Rev. Jim Roper of Sydney
Baptist Church says the
challenge for today's church is
making itself relevant "so that
we can reach this lost and
dying world."
Bible College in Dunedin -
now in New Port Richey -
graduating in 1986.
Q: Where have you
preached?
A: God sent me as mission-
ary pastor with my wife to
New York and then Pennsyl-
vania starting churches. Then
I did a revival in Whiteville,
N.C., and was called as pastor.
We stayed six years before
returning to Florida around
1998. It's always good to come
back to Florida.
Q: How do you like Plant
City?
A: I love the friendliness
here. It's a very loving com-
munity, just a real good place
to minister. We've fallen in


love with these people here.
Q: What makes you proud
of your wife?
A: I met Bobbie Otto in
Destin. We were married
within three weeks in 1972. If
you had the chance of getting
to know her, her life would
speak. The women of this
church'call her the "First Lady
of Sydney." She told me if she
had one wish it would be a
closer walk with Jesus. That's
where she is. She's extraordi-
nary, and she's my wife.
Q: Do you have children?
A: We have four Kelly,
Jennifer, Jim and Kari. They
range in age from 24 to 33.
Q: What gives you joy?
A: Seeing someone come to
know Jesus Christ. There's no
greater joy.
Q: Are you growing person-
ally?
A: We all grow. God is
teaching me patience perhaps
above everything else. God
says things will happen in his
time. We become a little more
susceptible to patience as we
grow older.
Q: What would you like to
see happen in Plant City?
A: We'd like to see this
whole community bust wide
open for Christ.


Q: What's the answer to
church-hopping?
A: There's always going to
be church-hoppers. People
are looking for perfection and
the church is always going to
be imperfect at least this
side of eternity.

Q: Is there a difference
between "answers" and
"truth?"
A: One of the things we
present unapologetically is
the word of God. We let it
stand upon its own authority.
We accept it by faith and the
word is our final authority.
We don't have all the answers,
but we do know the one who
does.

Q: Do you watch television?
A: I sit in front of it but I
don't really watch it. It's a
deterrent from other distrac-
tions. I enjoy "24" that's an
addictive show.

Q: Any books you-
recommend?
A: Lately I've been reading a
number of books by David
Jeremiah. "Captured by
Grace" is a great book. I enjoy
biographies. One of the most
profound is "A Man of the
Word," the life story of G.
Campbell Morgan.
Q: What is your favorite
hymn?
A: "It is well with my soul." I
want that song sung at my
funeral, joyfully.


Q: How about a scripture?
A: My life-verse after I
committed myself to Christ
was Galatians 2:20. I love
committing scripture to
memory. Then Philippians 4:
13 is a verse I have claimed
time and time again. "I can do
all things through Christ."

Q: What is the challenge for
today's church?
A: Making the church
relevant so that we can reach
this lost and dying world, yet
not to compromise. We are
here for one objective, to exalt
the name of Jesus as the only
way to salvation.

Q: What's the best way to
talk about God?
A: Building relationships is
the way to go. If people see
you are authentic, that you're
a real person, people will
listen.

Q: What do you do for fun?
A: I love to fish. What I
really like to do is take people,
out who have never caught a
fish and just see the excite-
ment on their face. I love
taking pastors out for a day of
fishing so they can wind
down.
Derek Maul

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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dot er: S. Doter Rd 6 Down/ing 5/,
659-.26/1

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Illen (Impel- 1109 1. liura St.
-52. 89
tountt (die-i 1113 ,tadison 1St
ountl Olite. Horton Rd. "3".2 '2,

APOSTOLIC
Isamnblea .postolhia-
1501 (olson Rd. "3"-J396
lposiolkc (bhurrh of.lesus (hrist.
1212 t. Re-nolds, i"-5130

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
ibuulant life: Pinecrest Rd.
lithi 685--4240
Bethani: 980-1 Harnet Rd.
Thonolosas. 986-5""1l
(alian- fello-sthip:
I110 i. Gordon if.. "52-.5005
(liristian lif e.issemnhir:
3)20 5. millerr Rd.. 65".-102
Doter firt. SR 5"4 Petcle Rd.
689 0343
faith lemple. I-4 at Hill/hbonnibh Polk'
(Antl line. "52 05532
faith lighthouse:
3J19 SR 39.,. "52-1 585
first Plant (fir:

I ofR.9 5. "-52.3351
Fort.l hltia- ( o7ir of South /hit .39
6& wilile Rd. "'-16566
Aeis ille. R 64o. '" .803
Mount lion:
I1- at Fionotosassa Rd. "52-1 61i
Pleasant <6ro-e-
furker Creek Rd. "3"-3529
I h-tor' Worship (enter.
(ouni- line Rd, "5h-6089
5rdney: 5idnei Rd, 1-70 mi. F
of Si-dnler-Do,-er Rd. 65.9-0532
fnrke-y (leek:
Fwrkey (reek Rd. "54-53"2

BAPTIST
.Alama: turkey (reek Rd.
%. of SR 60. "3"-"j39
Ilafla Baptist: 222 .1afia (burch RdM
634-88-#5
.Intimh: Horton Rd. "3".-3240
Berea: 5R39 5. 3". 1232
Belhanv: (ork Rd. "52-9209
Bethel: 804 I.: Renfro St. '54-2239
Beilah: .41en & (ountri line Rd,
lithia. "3"-1122
Bible: Charlie griffin Rd.
"52-28"5
Bunh nood Temple: Fucl/d Dr Z
SR5". "52-3"82
Calt-arn ree WUill:
3539 rapnellRd f
(edar Grm e: E. AEKesr-ille Rd.

centrall of lithia:
Pinecrest KC r si tille Rd
(hunrh on the Rock:
301 F. 41sobrook. '52-3"0)
communityt (bhristian:
1310. Shannon.ite. "54-5383
r(nisroaLd: 5R39 S, Pinerest.,
"3".!211
(ountr-side Baptist (bunh.
13322 Sidnel Rd.. 5"1-82100
Dorer First: .\. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
lastside- 13i8 F. (alloun St.
"54-2681
Fast Thono/osas.a: Ilntrosh
& Klnghts-6riffln Rd. 986--436
faith temple Primilte:
SOS It: Uashington Si "5i-6661
First Baptist churchh of Miduwar:
.fiduar Rd. "52.-"209
first Baptist lllhia:
Intersection of 5R.9 &
llthila.Pinecnsl Rd. -I"-1121
first Plant (ith:
503 Palmer. "52-41iO
First Thono/osassa sionar-.
MIclntosh Rd. .986-"56
Harmon Baplst (hiunh:
6008 II. AngbLts Grifinf Rd, 986. "165
Hopeuell: SR 39 5. "3".3053
Knights. Paul Bichman Hui.
"52-.90"2


leuanon: Braiin forbes Rd.
"52.2006
lone ak. lonime Oak Rd. "-5-52"8
Mount torial, reeen ill-
Warren ,lJolmson St. "54- 3.9"
Ioanl tarioah F een-ll.
2102 (oLsoni Rdi. ""- I '10
Ifount '"5.3834
enu Hope wreeaill
Baptist (hurrnh:
.101 Sidnter Do ner Rd.. Dorer
,\eu. It. lion free ill.
3041 Daniels Rd.. "52. 985
\orltisde.
i"00 .. franklin 1St. "52-2-"9
akuieood:. .irporl Rd. "52-5499
Plant (ht' Prmilithe.
509\.Eters SI. "54-3261
Pleasant trote First:
tfrkev (rek Rd, "3'-255(6
Shilob Baptist l(hunlh:
035 I1. Terrace Dr. -54.'.45
Springhea&: S. Iiggins Road.
"51-18-9
St. luke llissionar,.
IN 5 Wanrullt S, "5t.-992
it. .Vary lwen'rill.
Hunter & iWarren St. "5-54 6853
St. Itaryn missionaryy.
1801- 5.R. 60E.. "-3668
St.llarv's (onmunity Churnh::
90" E. Laura St. "54 1616
Sidnei- 110 (re RRd. 659 .1502
lurk-e- (reek (onniunih-
Baptist (hunrh.
5i4" Turkey (reek Rd.
81t."3"-.122
lurker (reek first:
Tn'pnell Rd. 52.'-890
I A/ont Iissionamry: ,laki Rd
welcome Baplit: 11308 Welcomen
(Inrch St. (813) "3"-22M88
iWestside: 2503 II. 6ranfield. ie.
"52-1450
I hitehurst Rd: 901 i. litehilebst Rid.
"54-5405

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little lnion: 15510 (ounti' Rd 39.
lilhia. 63.-'"5t
alem Primitie:
14-02 Salem hurhn- Rd.. S-dnev-

CATHOLIC
it. (lement- 110I S,. Alexander St.
"5282.15

CHURCH OF CHRIST
.V. Wilder Rd: 938 ,\. gilder Rd.
"52-2""I
Cork: Cork Road. "52-1521
laura S: 1310 E. lanura St.
"52-2858
Springhead- Wiggins Rd., "51-I485

CHRISTIAN
I LiSi ple, ol ChriiI
first: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd.
"52-5385


CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
cornerstonee (hristian-
.MItntosh Rd, of SR 5"-

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Aeu rare: 1214 F. Laura 31

CHURCH OF GOD
(levelani Tenrin I
(alran' Community:
5209 .Smilth-.Rals Rd
Dover: Doln-ntiig St. 659-21910
Plant (itr: 2103 Itudlake Rd. "52. 591
frokey (reek. lurke.y reek Rd
at SR60. "3"-3 l31
rhanolosassa:
1'02. \ Talor Rd. 9R6-1914

CHURCH OF GOD
(An elrirsdni Irijrl I
in u al First: 2SI 8 kingstar S.'..
SJeffer. 65". "500
Plant (Iht: (raxe Fellon ship
" I. llsobrook S,5 361-8190
Inrst: ,. 6ordon and Baker S1.
"52-6-i38
Gospel tabernacle: .llen C Haines St


EPISCOPAL
St. Peters- 301 \. (are-S 51.
"52-501M

FULL GOSPEL
[halint I hunnlh o Plant (/i/1
1112 \. uWheeler Si..
81.1-659-2181

HOLINESS
Dellrernne lanhernacle.
808 1. Gmrani St.
Refuge tihunh of Our lord.
"2S U. Ball St.

INDEPENDENT
Slull 6nspel lahbermacle:
211 Sanmtnumds Rd. "5 43843
Restoration .issenblr.
b6 5 tier m it.
Ft angelisht for less Tabernacle:
SR 54. F. of'Dorer. 659-0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
(artan- Chapel Plahmn ilt:
1310 ,\orl' Shannon .ie.. 892-0510
(hristan ,6routh I (enter-
I310 Shannuon. "19.2'909
(ol enal Bible (hunrh:
1408 mloinin 51t. "5i 113
Deeper lifi' tello-.ship:
(orilia Rd. WoJ 5R39 ,.
Revital Outreamh enter.
225 \. Doter Rdi. h1-2250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
kingdom Hall: 3202 \. an-land lie,.
"52-33-5

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
churchh of Jesus hrist IDS:
1805 .\. Park Rd. "52-63164

LUTHERAN
Hope ICMIS: 2001 Park Bird. "52.4622
lord of Ilfe EI(l:
2104- uid lake Rd, "52-6064

NAZARENE
Plant C/il (ommuniht
(hun-h of the ,\azarene
2s02 .itudlake Road. "52- -863

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel fellow ship:
I:. Iclina 1e.
full gospel alhernacle:
2311 Samnmondi Rd. "54-38-30

GnWater loie (hristian (enter:
1109.\. Franklin St. "59-82"0
impact family worship (enter.
.lMeets att SefierI lementan'
School. 65"-'911
Aainos International
thunrh ojFIlorida:
902 [. Renfo St. "64 0929
lampa Bible ellon-ship:
10201 E. Hillsborough.hle, "54-26"-
1 nith l rist hurrahh:
1911 Gordon 51. 659-2624
ounumns Pta/ise and Iorship (enter-
i.S. 92 F

ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Orthodox (Ihunh:
3820 .1oores lake Rd. Dorer. 659-0123

PENTECOSTAL
6realer Heights family
Worship (enter.
3301 (lemons Ri. "5+- "088
Iit ing Uaters foursquare
(hurch. 602 5. tiers St. "59-0528
.erv IHope Uons'hip (enter-
803 B. .fah onei St. "5"-6/123

PENTECOSTAL HOUNESS
Dorer IMoore s lake & Holiness
fImnih Rd. 659-1301
(hun-h of the living God.-
1102 l-ler St. "54-5841

PRESBYTERIAN
Et angelical Plant (Cti:
110" Charlie Griffin Rd, "59-9383
First Presby-terlan Plant (ity:
-04 IV. Reynolds St., 52-4211


SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Unalk uilh God ,Itinln-
1l51i 5R 5"4. kaner. 659 0930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant (itM- 2203 Sitrau belrr- .
"52-4694

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, INC
" 1T" "Single .gan ellousb/ '
frangelbm") I 2011 South Ifiggimn.s Rd.
"'5-322j

SOUTHERN METHODIST
first: n13 iU. Johnson Rd.
"54-59618

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark I united (hunrh:
2911 ilhin Pinerest Rd., Ilarico.
685-099t8

UNITED METHODIST
Cork. 485 it. Sam.illen Rd.
54 323?
Durer Firt. Iifooire, i1kt Rd ati
Iitthodis (hutih Rd. 659. 1415
first Plant itr. 30j3 Fiers St.,
"1 .3519
race: 180) 1. (bem 1,t. 659 3"18
Suniset Ieights: Ralter hUr "5-i.24-i
Springhead: 2105 5parkman Rd.
"52-5"51
t1. luke: 809 F. laura St. "5" 6051
lhonotlsassa: Fort King Hai at
lstletoe Dr., 986. "135
friniti Plant (ilht:
02 If. english St., "2-916

WORD OF FAITH
Faith Outretah (hun-h of Plant (itl
H(C Plant (Uih Oiampus,
John R Irinkle Building
1206 ,%oth Park Rd., "59 92'3



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Photo courtesy of Walt Arnold
This 3-wood tee shot made by on the fifth hole at the Plant City
Golf Club by your faithful reporter traveled about 230 yards and
set up a 2-putt birdie on the short par 5 fifth hole. The lake in
the background, and many such process-water ponds within the
golf course property, will be drained and excavated this summer
to remove contaminated soil.


GOLF
Continued From Page 1
historic last day on those golf-
ing links. Every bad shot,
every bad lie and every
missed putt was tempered by
the over-riding thought that
this was the last time any
golfer would pass this way,
ever. The good shots were
great, and the poor ones
forgiven.
Our scores varied from a 78
to a number closer to 100,
albeit from the senior tees.
But it was never the score that
counted as much as the
memories being made.
Shutting down a historic golf
course, and this little club has
seen plenty of history over
the years, is something a true
fan of the game can cherish
forever. I know that I will.
Over the years many
businesses used the course
for company outings
designed to strengthen
corporate moral. And like
many golf courses around the
country, the club was often
used as a way to raise money
for many charitable causes.
In its history thousands of
tournaments were played at
the club to benefit service
organizations, hospitals,
families' and individuals that
were in need of financial
support.
Arnold is quite familiar


with the club's public effort.
He is twice a past president
and currently a director of the
Plant City Optimist Club. The
organization has sponsored
many outings at the golf club
to help those in need find a
little sunshine in their lives.
Arnold has been the director
of the Optimist's annual golf
outing, one of the organiza-
tion's biggest fundraisers,
during most of the last
decade.
The effort to help others
get through difficult times are
as much a part of the club's
history as the golf that was
played there. The camarade-
rie found between friends
and family who played at the
club is something that will
not fade as long as those
memories exist. It was an
honor for me to play in that
last foursome.
The final group was
sponsored by Caring Con-
cepts, a chiropractic center
that is owned and managed
by Garrison's wife, Vel. It was
in celebration and recogni-
tion of the charitable spirit at
the club and in Plant City that
prompted the gesture,
Garrison said.
Gene Burgner, 69, was the
real comedian in the group.
He didn't mind razzing the
rest of us for a bad shot. He is
quite a determined golfer of
sorts, in his own right, and
said he has played the old


JULY 6, 2006 THE COURIER 11

course since 1972. Burgner
retired from Alert tire a few
years ago.
"I have enjoyed playing at
the Plant City club as much
or more than any course
around," Burgner said. "The
people out here are friendly.
The club employees took care
of business and always treat
you well."
There is a strong possibility
that Steve Mercer, the
manager at the Plant City
Golf Club during the last 18
months, will buy into the
ownership of Walden Lake
Golf and Country Club.
Mercer and his business
partners are hoping to close
on the deal as this paper is
going to print. Mercer
promises to bring those same
friendly qualities that made
the club so popular with its
players to Walden Lake. It
can't hurt.
"I hate to see this club close
its gates," Mercer said as he
watched a bulldozer flatten a
building near the old club-
house June 24. "I grew up on
this course. There were a lot
of great memories made out
here."
Yes, indeed there were
many fine memories. And I'm
pleased that I was able to
share some of them.

George H. Newman is a
reporter for The Courier.


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Blue Ridge High School in Cashiers, NC.
She will be attending Western Carolina

University. She is the daughter of Brenda

& Wayne Moss, the late Mike Johnson,

and sister to Kyle. She is the grand-

daughter ofElliott & Edie Telford, Virginia
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Cast and crew
The cast members of
"Guys & Dolls are:
Nicely-Nicely Johnson,
Ed Mason; Benny
Southstreet, Tyler
Hollis; Rusty Charlie,
Jonathan Gonzalez;
Sarah Brown, Kry-
steena Wakefield;
Arvide Abernathy.
Maurice Cecchini:
Agatha, Carol Mulert:
Mission workers: Robert
Campbell, Shelby
Catalano. Robert
Goodwin, Mara Mason,
Harry the Horse. Taylor
Frost; Li. Brannigan,
Brian Morgan: Nathan
Detroit. Nick Folkes:
Crapshooters: Clark.
Colvin, Adam Deagan,
Clan Deguzman. Bjorn
Jiskoot. Susan Miller,
Joshua Partin; Angie
the Ox, Van Frost; Miss
Adelaide. Fiona Supple-
Worthington: Adelaide's
girls: Anita Fine.
Jennifer Morgan. Amber
Roberts: Sky Master-
son. Justin Batten: Joey
Biltmore. Tyler Cook:
General Cartwright.
Susan Miller: Big Jule,
Thom Miller; Master of
ceremonies, Clark
Colvin: Hot Box girls:
Carla Asludillo. Tylynn
Eben. Bunny Fitzgerald.
Lindsey Mulert; Drunk.
Hot Box waiter. Bjorn
Jiskool; Havana
dancers: Tyler Cook,
Olan Deguzman, Anita
Fine, Bunny Fitzgerald.
Taylor Frost, Van Frost,
Jennifer Morgan, Amber
Roberts: Havana
waiters: Olan Deguz-
man. Joshua Partin:
New York crowds: Carla
Astudillo, Selena
Brewster, Robert Camp-
bell, Shelby Catalano,
Clark Colvin, Tyler
Cook, Adam Deagan.
Olan Deguzman. Tylynn
Eben, Bunny Fitzgerald.
Van Frost, Robert
Goodwin, Bjorn Jiskoot,
Joshua Mange, Mara
Mason, Carol Mutert.
Lindsey Mulert, Susan
Miller, Dodie White

The production staff:
director, April Smith:
assistant director,
Joshua Mange: music
director, Karen Stone;
stage manager.
Courtney Kyle: choreog-
rapher. Teala Longoria:
pianist Wesley Morgan;
costume designer,
Justyn Wage Dansby;
assistant costume
designer, Betty Roney;
seamstresses- Jean
Dansby. Audrey
Montella; set design,
Tom Mitchell; set
construction/painting:
April Smith, Joshua
Mange, Courtney Kyle,
Brian Morgan, Jennifer
Morgan, Fiona Supple-
Worthington, Van Frost,
Taylor Frost, Conner.
Frost, Amber Roberts,
Justin Batten, Maurice
Cecchini, Clark Colvin,
Tyler Cook, Reggie
Kirkland, Josepth
Murphy, Jonathan
Gonzalez: sewer
painting design Carolyn
VVoodard: stage crew-
Lisa Stark, Christ Stone,
Lou Baird, Chip
Sorenson, Corey Wade,
Russell Jones, Triana
Trevino; lighting:
Joseph Murphy, Justyn
Wade Dansby; board
liaison, Betty Roney.


KEVIN BRADY/Staff photos


The cast of "Guys & Dolls" has been rehearsing at Hillsborough Community College's Plant City campus.


Play A Labor Of Love For Troupe


7 PERFORMANCES PLANNED
By KEVIN BRADY
kbrady@mediageneral.com

After eight weeks of rehearsals, a small
army of thespians and a production crew
from Plant City Entertainment are ready
to raise the curtain on the troupe's
summer production.
Beginning July 7, audiences at "Guys &
Dolls" will see 33 actors and actresses on
stage. Another 10 to 15 are involved in
everything from makeup to lighting for
the show.
Set in the 1940s, "Guys and Dolls" tells
the story of a group of small-time gam-
blers and the women in their lives. The
popular musical's score features classic
songs like "Luck Be A Lady," "Sit Down
You're Rocking The Boat" and the title
song, "Guys and Dolls."
"Our summer production is always the
biggest one and this is one of our biggest
ever," said director April Smith, who has
been acting, singing and directing at PCE
for seven years. The theater group is in it's
26th season.
Smith has directed two plays with the
company "Moon Over Buffalo" and
"Lend Me A Tenor." This her first musical
directing foray.
"It's a lot bigger then I imagined it
would be when I started, but I have had a
lot of help," she said;
Talent is one the factors that have made
the director's chair a little more comfort-
able, Smith said.
"I am very lucky to have this much
talent in the show. The dance numbers
have been amazing and when the guys
sang "Luck be a Lady," the other night in


rehearsal, they were just incredible."
One of those talents is Nicholas Folkes,
who plays Natan Detroit, one of the lead
characters.
Folkes, a music major who is heading.to
Florida State University in the fall, first
performed with PCE in 2004. "Guys &
Dolls" is his third show with the com-
pany.
"The greatest thing about this group is
everyone gets along; there is a tremen-
dous camaraderie. People keep coming
back year after year because of that,"
Folkes said. "There are also some really
phenomenal people in the group. We all
compliment each other, but more than
that, we learn from each other."
With an eye on a career as a drama
teacher, Folkes points to Ed Mason as one
person in particular he has learned from.
"He just knows so much," Folkes said.
Mason, who plays Nicely-Nicely John-
son in the show, teaches drama at Dtirant
High School. A 30-year veteran of the
stage, "Guys & Dolls" will see him perform
with four of his current students. And two
of Mason's former students are also tread-
ing the boards in the musical. He's also
familiar with Smith, who also has been
taught by Mason.
"I just sit back and enjoy my part," said
Mason, who is performing with PCE for
the second time. "I am just another actor
here, but I think we can't help but teach by
example. But they also teach me. My own
kids at school teach me all the time
because that's what actors are we are
great observers.
Mason expects the show to go off well.
"There's always a little nervousness. I
would be worried if it were not there, but
by the time we open everyone will be
where they should be."


Fiona Supple-Worthington and Nicholas
Folkes show off a few moves on stage.

Performances of "Guys & Dolls" are
planned for July 7-8, 14-15 and 21-22 at 8
p.m. and July 16 at 2 p.m. in the audito-
rium at Hillsborough Community Col-
lege's Plant City campus, 1206 N. Park
Road. The show is about two hours, with a
15-minute intermission.
General admission is $10 and group
rates are available. Advance tickets can be
purchased at Hardees Fashions, 1501 N.
Wheeler St., or by calling 754-4929 or 731-
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Ed Mason, a drama teacher at Durant High School, in full voice during rehearsals.





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are using the drug," which he called a
poison made of drain cleaners, battery
acid and insecticides. "There's no con-
cern for the purity of it."
Most disturbing to investigators -
there were 15 undercover detectives
involved in the operation was the
discovery of a father smoking meth
with his two 16- and 19-year-old sons.
The pipe was still hot during the arrest,
he said.
Gangs were involved in some of the
trafficking, Gee said, but the two are
not entirely related.
Three stores were served warrants
for knowingly and intentionally selling
drug paraphernalia including the BP
Stop & Go convenience store at 10907
U.S. 92 in Seffner.
State Attorney Mark Ober said
during the press conference that many
of those arrested are habitual offend-
ers and his office will prosecute them
as such.
It has yet to be determined whether
some will receive treatment-based
punishment rather than jail time, Ober
said.
"This is the beginning of the pro-
cess. These people are a scourge on
our community," he said.
Maj. Paul Davis, who runs the Major
Violations Unit and lives in Brandon,
.said he wasn't surprised by dthe
amount of drugs, money and people
taken into custody during the investi-
gation.
"Surprised?. No,, I was impressed
with the team's work and ethics.:This,
is a positive thing. It's getting harder
and harder to buy. They made a differ-
ence," he said.
Da\is cautioned residents to con-
tinue being vigilant, saying residents
are valuable partners for the sheriffs
office i hen it comes to fighting crime.


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Deputy Adam Whitted of Plant City oversees a display of guns, drug paraphernalia,
marijuana, cocaine meth and guns confiscated by the sheriff's office during Operation
Ice Breaker.


LETTERS
Continued From Page 6
taxes and health insurance
payments.
Debra Renee Moore
Plant City

Cornerstone Center
board says thank you
On behalf of the Corner-
stone Center, we would like
to express our sincere
gratitude to everyone who
participated in the "Night of
Talent" and silent auction
June 23 at the Cornerstone
Center. Thanks to all the
support, this first-time event
was a tremendous success.
The generous in-kind
donations, silent auctions
items, services, not to
mention the stars of our
show all helped us reached
our goal for this program.
All the funds raised will
directly support and restore
the Cornerstone Center,
which holds so many
memories for Plant City.
We all look forward to our
second "Night of Talent"
next year.
In the meantime, look for
our upcoming "Summer
Rhapsody" Aug. 19 and "Fish
Fry and Hoedown" Sept. 16.
For more information, call
Jeanie Burt at 752-9225, or
Violet Massey at 752-2659.
Thanks again for all your
support. We are lucky to live
in and call Plant City our
home.
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Mossberg
Ruth Lindemann Mossberg, 79, of Plant City
died June 10.
She was born in Larchmont, N.Y., and moved
here from Minnesota in 1984.
She-was a homemaker and attended Trinity
United Methodist Church of Plant City.
She is survived by a son, Guy of Minnesota;
and a daughter, Melinda of Fort Lauderdale.
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three brothers, Johnny of Tallahassee, Mary-
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Dover; two sisters, Mable of Dover and Lizzy
Bel Stephens of Jacksonville; 10 grandchildren;
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She was a lifelong resident of Plant City and a
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City; two daughters, Lynne Tatum of Plant City
and Carolyn Hart of Lakeland; a brother, Ste-
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William "Lee" Street, 74, of
Plant City died June 21.
He was born in Ripley,
Miss., and was a U.S. Navy vet-
eran of the Korean War.
He was a carpenter and
attended West Lakeland
Church of God.
He is survived by three
brothers, Ernest and Vance,
both of Plant City, and Wayne
of Bradley; and five sisters,
Elizabeth Edwards of Plant
City, Eileen Crawford of Lake
Butler, Violet Puls of Spring-
hill, Lucille Black of Live Oak
and Carol Fillyaw of Mayo.
Haught Funeral Home.

Stidd
Christine A. Stidd, 49, of
Plant City died June 23.
She was a lifelong resident
of Plant City and was a cosme-
tology teacher at Tampa Bay
Technical High School and
Plant City High School.


She is survived -by her
husband, Wilbur; three sons,
James DiSalvo Jr., Richard
DiSalvo and Jerry, all of Plant
City; her mother, Esther
Farkas of Plant City; a brother,
George Farkas Jr. of Plant City;
and her maternal grandfather,
Herman Prosch of Plant City.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Heidtman
William R. Heidtman, 49, of
Tampa died June 23.
He was born in Toledo,
Ohio, and was a longtime resi-
dent of Tampa.
He was an electrician.
He is survived by his wife,
Sandra; four daughters, Chris-
tina M. Green of Valrico,
Michelle L. Hannold of Sara-
sota, Carrie D. Barcume of
Seffner and Jennifer A. of Plant
City; and two sisters, Cynthia
Parker and Kathleen.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Cline
Stephen B. Cline, 53, of
Lakeland died June 25.
He was born in Tampa and
moved to Lakeland from Plant
City one year ago.


He was a salesman for
Southwestern Suppliers Co.
and attended Browning Road
Baptist Church at FishHawk.
He is survived by his wife,
Peggy; a son, Brian N. of Lake-
land; two daughters, Heather
Seachrist of Kernersville, N.C.,
and Stephanie L. of Plant City;
his mother, Freida L. of New
Port Richey; a brother, Harry
W. Jr. of Hayesville, N.C.; three
sisters, Phyllis Daniels of Cle-
wiston, Linda Lee of St. Peters-
. burg and Debbie of Eustis; and
five grandchildren.
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Blanton
Howell Adams Blanton, 82,
of Plant City died June 25.
He was born in Bradenton
and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
He served in the U.S. Coast
Guard and was a bricklayer.
He is survived by a son, Alex
D. of Tampa; a sister, Jualina
Hammer of Inverness; three
grandchildren; 10 great-
grandchildren; and three.
great-great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


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First Baptist offerings
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OLDER LITTLE LEAGUE
AGE GROUPS START FRIDAY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
For a team to win a Little League
district championship, sometimes the
road can be a long, grinding one.
Then there is the case of two teams
from Plant City that were crowned
champs after needing to win just two
games. Both the Major (11/12) softball
and 10/11 baseball all-stars took care
of matters without having to extend
themselves through the weekend. Both
teams advance to the sectional tourna-
ment, starting July 14 at East Bay Little
League.
Other Plant City squads were in the
process of securing a trip to East Bay,
but due to having more teams in their
brackets the process was a bit longer.
The 9/10 baseball team from Plant
City's American League was off to a


dominant start at the District 4 event
in Haines City. PC American started by
crushing North Lakeland, 29-0, then
on Sunday it beat Auburndale, 10-0.
PC American was scheduled to play
host Haines City on Wednesday and, if
Plant City won, it advanced to play
Friday needing one more victory in,
potentially, two tries.
The Wednesday loser would have to
beat the elimination-bracket survivor,
then turn around and win twice more
against the team it lost to on Wednes-
day.
In the same tourney, Plant City
National started by beating Poinciana,
but then lost to Haines City and Lake
Wales.
For both the Plant City teams that
claimed district championships over
the weekend, their events turned out
to be a best two-of-three series against
Lake Wales. That's the way Dave Wyat-
t's 10/11 boys team knew it was going
to be, but it wasn't always that way for
the Major softball team.


"It was supposed to be us, Lake
Wales, North Lakeland and Hardee,
but those other two backed out. They
decided they couldn't compete with us
and Lake Wales,"' said Plant .City coach
Andy Knotts.
The first game, played Friday, was a
good one with both teams throwing
their ace pitchers. Plant City got 11
hits, but left many runners stranded.
Still, it won 3-0 thanks to a one-hitter
from Regan Knotts.
Then Saturday, Plant City had the
pitching advantage at the No. 2 spot.
Kelsey Bruner was on the hill and Plant
City claimed a 9-4 victory.
Also, the 9/10 girls were scheduled
to play Monday night for their champi-
onship. Plant City won its first two
games against Lake Wales and North
Lakeland. Then North Lakeland
advanced out of the loser's bracket.
Even if Plant City lost Monday, it would
get one more chance at North Lake-
land.
The rest of the age groups begin play


this Friday. Two teams from Plant City,
both the American and National
league all-stars, will be involved in the
Major and Junior baseball tourneys.
At Lakeland's Peterson Park, Plant
City American takes on Poinciana
while the National team takes on
Haines City, both at 7 p.m.
For both Plant City teams, a win
means the next game would be 10:30
Saturday morning, a loss would send
them to an elimination game Sunday
at 1 p.m.
In the Junior tournament at Lake
Wales, PC American plays North Lake-
land Friday at 6, with the winner
advancing to meet the hosts Saturday
at 10 a.m. PC National plays Haines
City, also Friday at 6. The winner gets
Lakeland City Orange Saturday morn-
ing.
Only four teams make up the Senior
baseball event. Plant City plays Lake
Wales Friday at 8. Win or lose, Plant
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City Aso Repossed Call Diana: ( ooms for Rent J Recreational Rental CADILLAC 2003 Escalade, carbs, cus. winsld, BMW 2000 7501L, 12 Cyl, $37K obo
homes for sale. 813-241-8888 Recreatonal enta LARGEST Volume Pon- nearly w/tan leather int mirrors, grips, cust good condition, grey
813-737-2110. DAYS-INN Plant City toon Dealer in Florida. Fully loaded 22" cus- ainted tank, runs like ext., black int., 110,000 Ja uar 2006 X-ty e 3.0,
,301S. Frontage Rd POPUP CAMPERS for.rent See New Sea King Boats! tom whis, 50K mi 1800VTX, inl bike cvr, mi, loaded, new trans. 1 K mi, Red W D
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eh oo dock,1150sf,-acks up HOUSES for rent Happy Traveler RV Park Pasadena Yacht & CC. powerop AnB, tm nil StO LES Dirt Bikes Whte w/tanIthr, Exc.
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gated comm,^S alk -Valrico 813-22041538 9 ... to~w Iqk I all pwr, rear Low Mileage, Cadillac 1995 Sedan ck gasage iexc
distance to Channel-side Apollo Beach WET SLIPS AVAILABLE a-r.1 oMou sally $6 ,900 Deville, exc. cond.! Fully Many options. $34999
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f 2/1.5 ne813-26-7697 carT 800-77 immaculate garage great, $4,000 oo moonstone silve813- 2 8 dealer svcmin w/all re-
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ease 150 to 3000 sT ft, moue/riepe i.ncl water. T 1 oadedeamer interior rae Seri cond needs auto trans-
includnConferee 813-908-6383, 892-3614. HOT TUB brand new ( Boats Wanted ) Runsexc.3800 .. Pic ali'e, miss CADILLAC 2005 CTS, tan int.SpTSUBISHI 2003new,

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office Space Lease lBBath Duplex CHA LAND FLORDLakes 2brENI Cba, HOT Tub 2X8, 16.HP 48 al i b Ca2Batteies&Char i CHk miles $25 000 sunroof XM radio fronp 813-383-5177
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vestn R .et $llANwT a 6 C, gal.& ..CHEVY1969 Impala, ea4dre$- clrdAC, grlepyen whinrS w/l
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