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3ER 12, 2006 *SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


Downtown Antique Fair This Weekend


FIRST OF SIX
MONTHLY EVENTS
ByKEVINBRADY
kbrady@mediageneral.com
More than 40 antique dealers
are expected to take to the streets
of downtown Plant City this week--
end for the first of six monthly
street antique fairs.


Sponsored by, the Historic
Downtown Plant City \ merchants &
Business Association, organizers
are hoping the event gives those
with a taste for antiques a reason to
return downtown. And while they
are not expecting Bike Fest size
crowds last weekend's Bike Fest
drew more than 25,000 visitors
downtown they do believe the
potential is there.
"We hope this will help make


downtown Plant City more of an
antiques destination." said Ed
Hampson, owner of Pieces of Olde,
113 WV. Reynolds St. "I think a lot of
people are not aware that we have
become a little antiques mecca."
There are around 20 antique-
themed stores downtown, said
Hampson, the antique store
representative at the downtown
merchants association.
"Obliously we are all hoping to


Organizers raising
funds to help girl
born without ears


PAGE


LIFE OF SERVICE
Mary )im Everidge
recalled by friends
and family
PAGE 3

VES MEMORIAL


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Veterans monument
group on a mission
to raise S500.000 for
'world-class" statue.
seen above in an
artist's rendering
PAGE 1


Photo courtesy of LarTy and leffery Liggert

Eagle's eye view
You may not know Plant City real estate broker Larry Liggett, but chances are you have seen him over the
skies of Plant City. A flying enthusiast, Liggett also runs Florida Aerial Imaging, a local company special-
izing in aerial photography. While Larry flies the plane, his son, Jeffery, an art student majoring in
computer animation at the Art Institute in Tampa, works the camera. The father-and-son team caught
this image of workers planting strawberry plants in a field just south of Plant City earlier this month. For
more information, call Liggett at 967-7719.


in the
NEWS


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- Scientologist Center Plans December Opening


RENOVATION RESUMES
By KEVIN BRADY
kbrady@mediagenoeral.com


.uS -R The Church of Scientology hopes to open
PAGE 26 its proposed Scientology and Dianetic Life
..........,...- Improvement Center in downtown Plant City
MILY LIVING by the end of the year. The church previously
PAGE 8 planned to open in August.
................ Renovation of the building on North Collins
SPORTS Street has been on hold for more than two
mon ths. sparking rumors the church was
PAGE 18 reconsidering opening in Plant City. Church
officials said- the delay was to review
WORSHIP construction plans.
PAGE 1 "They restarted work last week and we are
now shooting for the end of the year for a


grand opening," said Yamilla Sene, the deputy
director of special affairs for the Church of
Scientology of Tampa. "We are all very excited
about it. We are receiving a lot of nice feed-
back from people in Plant City."
The church's renovation plan includes a
new facade and wood-paneled rooms
inspired by a Henry Plant design. However,
the project permit had been gathering dust at
city hall for more than two months. Cournoy
Construction is overseeing the project.
Several business and church leaders in
Plant City have expressed concerns about the
church opening a center in the heart of the
historic district, saying the church, which
some call a cult, does not belong in the city.
Scientologists say those fears will be allayed
once the church opens and residents get a


chance to see how it operates.
The church has already begun outreach
projects in Plant City. Last month, it started
an English as a Second Language class.
Scientology booths are also a regular fea-
ture at the monthly bike and car shows down-
town.
Once it opens, the church plans to use its
Plant City headquarters as an introductory
center for Scientology, according to church
officials.
It will offer courses on everything from
starting a marriage to finances.
The former home of Frenchman's Market,
the church bought the 12,000-square-foot
building earlier this year for $620,000.
Frenchman's Market now operates just
around the corner on Drane Street.


sell something, but the bigger
desire is to bring people to Plant
City and promote the downtown
district."
The antique fair will take place
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 14 in the
parking lot at the intersection of
East Reynolds and Palmer streets.
Antique dealers or vendors who
would like to participate in the fair
or for general information, call
752-6085 or 717-7731.


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Looking for a job? Mark
your calendar for 9 a.m. to
noon'Oct. -19.
That's when the John R.
Trinkle Center, 1206 Park
Road will host the Career
Connections lob Fair.
The free event will include
goody bags for the the first 45
registered participants. Prize
drawings will be held for a
TV/DVD player and gift cards
to Wal-Mart, Sweetbay and
Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q.
"The workshops will help
people overcome any bar-
riers people might have to
getting a job like not having
the proper clothing or inter-
view skills." said Kimberly
Smoot, an executive secre-
tarv at Plant City Neighbor-
hood Serxice Center.
The center, a division of
Hillsborough County Health
and Social Services, is orga-
nizing the job fair in partner-
ship with the Centre for
Women, -the Employment
Opportunity Program of


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'World Class' Monument Planned


FUNDRAISING DRIVE
FOR VETERANS STATUE
By KEVIN BRADY
kbrady@mediageneral.com
Organizers of a drive to raise
funds for a veterans memorial
in Plant City are expecting the
planned monument, to make
an impact. If fact, they say
when it's complete, the statue
will be among the most unique
and striking in the state, if not
the country.
"Vets have helped create
and sustain our community
and we want to create a world-
class monument to honor
them," Jennifer Closshey told
the Plant City Rotary Club Oct.
9. "I truly expect this monu-
ment to be singled out for
awards and recognition once
it is complete."
Closshey is a director of the
Plant City Armed Forces
Memorials Foundation Inc.
The group needs to raise
$500,000 to build the
memorial.
The 20-foot monument,
built by artist Harrison Cov-
ington, a Plant City native and
veteran, will sit in the center of
city hall's parking lot.
It will feature military fig-
ures representing all U.S. wars
and is designed to be viewed
from all angles. It will sit atop
an 8-foot tall, six-sided base
with five sides of that base
showing the five U.S. armed
forces medallions: Coast


Barbecue fundraiser
benefits memorial
A barbecue fundraiser
[n benefit the Armed
Force-: Meinorials FoLun-
dation. Inc., i. planned
Nor. I, hum i4 to_ 8 p.m. at
Grandpa iohrnson's Bar-
becue, 1407 \\' Dr. Marinn
I uthei King Ir Blid.
Tickets are $110 for the
tor the hall-chicken
dinner, which includes
tea and dessert. Auendees
can dinein, drive-through
or carrn oul their meals.
Ticket- ma\ be pur-
chased either at Giandpa
Johnon's or at Plant Cir\
Photo Archives. 11c9 N.
Collins t.


Guard, Marines, Air Force,
Navy and Army. The sixth side
of the base will be reserved for
the monument name and
mission statement.
It's expected to be unveiled
on Veteran's Day next year.
The idea for a monument grew
out of a display devoted to
local veterans at the Plant City
Photo Archives last year.
"It's an honor to be asked to
asked to be part of this," said
Covington, a World War II vet-
eran and Plant City native who
is donating his time and skills
to the project.
Rotarian Bill Parolini said
the statue would not only


serve as a monument to those
who served in the armed
forces, but would also remind
present and future generations
of their sacrifices
"We are a very caring com-
munity. This is a must for
Plant City," said Parolini, a
World War II veteran and
Plant City native.
Mac Smith, a U.S. Navy pilot
in World War II, echoed those
sentiments.
"This magnificent statue

See MONUMENT, Page 24


File photo


KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
"We owe a debt of
gratitude to our
veterans," Jennifer
Closshey told the
Plant City Rotary
Club Monday. "And
while we can't ever
repay that debt, we
can honor them:' At
left, the statue 28
feet tall when
complete will be
built with a special
resin that will
withstand the
elements.


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POLICE LOG

The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department Sept.
24-29:

Sept. 24
Trespassing, 12:58 a.m.,
4199 block of West State Road
574
DUI, 1:18 a.m., West State
Road 574 and Oakbrook Lane
Residence burglary, 4 a.m.,
700 block of West Alsobrook
Street
Criminal mischief, 5:30
p.m., 1900 block of West
Palmetto Avenue
Vehicle burglary, 9:45 p.m.,
1800 block of West Charlotte
Street
Criminal mischief, 10:30
p.m., 200 block of West Alex-
ander Street

Sept. 25
Criminal mischief, 6 a.m.,
1400 block of East Ohio Street
Battery, 10 a.m., 1200 of
West Grant Street
Battery, 5:55 p.m., 1100
block of West Bates Street
Vehicle theft, 9:20 p.m.,
1500 block of Sammonds
Road
Grand theft, 10 p.m., 1000
block of Powell Street
Vehicle theft, 10 p.m., 1200
block of Goldfinch Drive

Sept. 26
Trespassing, 2:25 a.m., 1300
block of West Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Grand theft, 10 a.m., 3400
block of Trapnell Ridge Drive
Residence burglary, 12:06
p.m., 100 block of Fairwinds
Circle
Criminal mischief, 3 p.m.,
200 block of Park Springs
Circle
Criminal mischief, 9:42
p.m., 2300 block of Maki Road
Vehicle burglary, 9:45 p.m.,
3300 block of West Oak
Avenue
Vehicle: burglary,: 10 p.m.,
2000 block of West. Oak
Avenue
Vehicle burglary, 10 p.m.,
2400 block of Moody Avenue

Sept. 27
Residence burglary, 5:30
a.m., 500 block of West Baker
Street
Trespassing, 5:05 p.m., 1300
block of East Ohio Street
Drug investigation, 5:30
p.m., Renfro and Franklin
streets
Vehicle burglary, 10 p.m.,
4000 block of Silverspring
Drive

Sept. 28
Vehicle burglary, 9 a.m., 300
block of West McLendon
Street
Drug investigation, 10:21
p.m., South Maryland Avenue
and East Baker Street
Commercial burglary, 11
p.m., 300 block of North
Frontage Road

Sept. 29
Robbery, 12:09 a.m., 2400
block of James L. Redman
Parkway
DUI, 3:35 a.m., 1700 block
of East Baker Street
Grand theft, 5 p.m., 500
block of South Collins Street
Battery, 5:40 p.m., 1500
block of South Alexander
Street
Vehicle burglary, 6 p.m.,
2600 block of James L.
Redman Parkway
Vehicle theft, 6:30 p.m.,
2200 block of Johrison Place


Everidge Recalled As Civic Leader NEWS DIGEST
Teen fundraiser meeting


MARY JIM WAS A

'PEOPLE PERSON'

Staff Report
Mary Jim Everidge, a
nationally known figure in
Democratic politics and an
active civic leader in Plant
City for decades, died Oct. 9 at
age 76 after a prolonged
illness."
Everidge, who was invited
to the White House by then-
President Jimmy Carter,
served on the boards of
numerous local and state
groups. She was a past
president of the Florida
Federation of Business and
Professional Women, and was.
one of the few women to have
her own radio talk show in an
era when the medium was
dominated by men.


Locally, she
was involved
inmstarting
S Steppin'
Stone Farm, a
home for
"'". teenage girls,
and wasa
county and
state PTA
Everidge president.
She also was a
board member of the Hills-
borough County Girl Scouts
and active at First United
Methodist Church of Plant
City. She is survived by her
husband of 60 years, James; a
daughter, Mary Lib Stine; and
a son, Jim.
"She was always very active.
I don't think you could name a
civic project she wasn't
involved in," said James Ever-
idge. "She was a real people


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GOLF TOURNAMENT

WILL BENEFIT

DEAF GIRL
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Eric and Rachel Wooten
are hoping to help a little girl
born without ears to hear
more naturally with the help
of space-age technology.
The Plant City couple has
organized a golf tournament
at Walden Lake Golf and
Country Club for Oct. 27 to
help Michael and Linda
Goldsborough pay for a
surgical procedure to
improve their daughter's
quality of life.
The tournament, a four-
player scramble format, has
a 1 p.m. starting time, and a
charge of $75 per person will
cover the greens fee, cart, a
steak dinner, door prizes
and gift packages. There will
be a raffle for prizes and
special awards for low score,
longest drive and closet to
the pin on designated holes.
"Our daughter, Haley, was
born in May of 2001, and was
diagnosed with bilateral
microtia, where the inner and
outer ear fail to properly
develop prior to birth," said
Linda Goldsborough. "Dr.
Lynda Pollack and the head
of pediatrics at the Arnold
Palmer Hospital in Orlando
saw Haley when she was just
4 days old and made the
diagnosis. There is no known
cause for the condition. But
special hearing aids and new
surgical procedures can help
her live a more normal life."
The family insurance does
not cover treating the
cosmetic improvements to
Haley's ears or ear canals,
Eric Wooten said.
Wooten is Haley Golds-
borough's cousin. He is
hoping to clear $15,000 to
$25,000 for the family with
this tournament. Wooten, a
broker for Plan Mortgage, 711
N. Park Road, said his
company is not new to
charitable causes.
"My boss, Duane Madill,
encourages us to get involved


NEWS TIP? Call

The Courier
865-4430


Photo courtesy Eric Wooten
Proceeds from an Oct. 27 golf tournament at Walden Lake
Golf and Country Club will go to benefit Haley Golds-
borough, above. To play in the tournament or help out in any
way, call 478-2695.


in local charitable efforts,"'
Wooten said. '"We have
helped several of the area
schools and have developed
some local contacts to help in
this effort."
Wooten saidlawyer David
Galloway is setting up a trust
fund at Platinum Bank for the
Goldsborough family. He also
said Chris Black, of Black's
Financial Services, and Scott
McElveen, a builder in Plant
City, and Matthews
Construction, a Tampa firm
that has done several general
contracting jobs in the area
including the building of city
hall, are big contributors to
the effort.
'Haley wears bone- :
conducting hearing aids with
a headband design," Linda
Goldsborough said. "She has
worn them since she was 2
months old. And she attends
speech therapy sessions twice
weekk"
Rachel Wooten said the
therapy has worked wonders
for Haley, who is now 5.
"Haley speaks as clearly as
a hearing person," Rachel
Wooten said. "But the
hearing system she uses now


no longer fits her and cannot
be adjusted as she grows. Her
doctors recommend a new
hearing aid that snaps right
on to the skull"
"They call it a bone-
anchored hearing aid," Linda
Goldsborough'said. "They say
it will dramatically improve
her hearing and reduce
background noises that mask
sound."
Recently, the Golds-
boroughs met with Dr.
PatrickAntonelli at Shands
Hospital in Gainesville.
"The appointment went
well and we know it is the
right hearing device for.
-Haley," Linda Goldsborough
said. "We certainly appreciate
all the efforts being made on
,Haley's behalf. She is facing a
lot in the next 10 years that
will lead toward a more
normal hearing and appear-
ance. We'are unable to get
coverage through insurance
and our application for help
through Social Security was
denied."
Anyone interested in acting
as a sponsor, playing or
contributing to this effort,
may call Wooten at 478-2695.


Gift Of Love


7y . .


person.
"Mary Jim just loved poli-
tics," said Mayor John Dicks.
"She literally lived it. I was
always amazed at how enthu-
siastic and dedicated she was
to her candidates and their
elections. I am thankful to
have known her. She will cer-
tainly be missed by her many
friends and extended family."
"She was one of most out-
standing women in Hills-
borough County and Plant
City," said Betty Barker Wat-
kins, a lifelong friend. "She
was involved in everything."
Tommy Warnock, a lifelong
friend of the family, and the
Rev. Earl Smith will officiate
at the funeral planned for
First United Methodist
Church on Oct. 12 at 11 a.m.
The service is open to the
public.


Tuesday night
Anyone interested in help-
ing a fundraising group for
three young Plant City women
suffering from life-threaten-
ing illnesses is asked to attend
an organizational meeting
Oct. 17 at 6 p.m. at Bill Heard
Chevrolet, 2002 N. Frontage
Road.
The girls Megan Carpen-
ter, 16, Alexandria Prescott,
16, and Brandi Redmond, 15 -
attend Plant City High School.
The group plans a mini-golf
fundraiser at Bill Heard Nov.
12.
A poker run fundraiser at
Beef '0' Bradys in Plant City
also is in the works.
The car dealership also will
be selling window-pane spon-
sorships to raise money for
the three families.
Call: 359-5018.

Republican Women's Club
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
plans its next monthly meet-
ing Oct. 12 at 6 p.m. at the
Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler
St.
Dinner is $15. The group
will discuss its upcoming Cel-
ebrate Our Freedoms event
scheduled for Oct. 27 at the
Ramada featuring Republican
candidates and elected offi-
cials.
Admission for that event is
$20.
Call: Melane Byrd, 754-
0424.

Pumpkins on sale
First United Methodist of
Plant City will sell pumpkins
on the lawn of the Wesley
Center intersection of Rey-
nolds and Wheeler streets -
from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. through
Oct. 31.
The sale benefits the
church's youth program.
"This is one of the only
fundraisers we have (for the
youth program) for the year,"
said JoAnna. Franz, a youth
program volunteer.
Call: 754 3519.

Kids Karnival coming
The Plant City Junior Wom-
en's Club's Kid's Karnival is
planned Oct. 16 from 4 to 8
p.m. at the Plant City Union
Depot downtown.
Spirit FM/WBV\I, 90.5 FM,
will provide music at the
event, which will also include.
games and activities including
a jumping tent, face painting,
school musical entertainment
from elementary, schools,
police and fire department
display, the South Florida
Baptist Hospital Wellness Bus
and a chance to win gift bas-
kets.
There also will be food and
drinks for purchase and chil-
dren are asked to wear their
school colors.
All money raised will go to
the Junior Women's Club's
annual shoe project that helps
elementary-age children with
new shoes.




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OCTOBER 12, 2006 *'THE COURIER *k5


TODAY
AARP driver safety class
An AARP "55 Alive" driver safety class is
planned Oct. 12-13 from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.
at Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St. Fee is $10 per person. Registration
deadline is three days before class. Regis-
tration: 757-9215.

Turkey Creek Class of '41
The Turkey Creek High School Class of
1941 plans its 2006 reunion Oct. 12 at 11
a.m. at Ozzie's Buffet & Grill, 790 W. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd. iin Seffner.
Call: 752-1345.

Home buyer's seminar
Coldwell Banker Real Estate, 1513 James
L. Redman Parkway, plans a seminar for
home buyers from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 12 Call:
754-3586.

FRIDAY
Dealership blood drive set
A Florida Blood Services bloodmobile
will be on site Oct. 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at Bill Heard Chevrolet, 2002 N. Frontage
Road.

Lions golf tournament
The Plant City Lions Club Charity Golf
Tournament is set for Walden Lake Golf &
Country Club Oct. 13 with lunch and sign-
in at 11:30 a.m. and tee time at 1 p.m. Call:
Jodi Smith, 757-8574.

Teen night at Planteen Center
A teen night is set for Oct. 13 at the Plant-
een Recreation Center, 301 Dort St. The
Planteen events are for ages 12 to 15 and
run from 7 to 11 p.m. Cost: $5. Information:
Chris Washburn, cwashburn@plantcitygo-
v.com or 757-9166.

SATURDAY.
Antique sale
The first of six monthly street fair antique
sales will take place Oct. 14 from 8 a.m. to 3
p.m. in the parking lot at the intersection of
East Reynolds and Palmer streets. Call:
717-7731 or 752-6085.

Yard sale
Springhead United Methodist Church,
2307 Sparkman Road, plans a yard sale
starting at 8 a.m. Oct. 14. Call: 752-5751.

Treasure Isle reunion
Treasure Isle will host its annual reunion
for former employees and their families
Oct. 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Alderman
Ford Park on State Road 39 south of Plant
City. Lunch will be from noon to 1 p.m.
Call: 737-3173.

MONDAY
Kids Karnival
The Junior Woman's Club 6f Plant City
will host its Kids Karnival Oct. 16 from 4 to
8 p.m. at the downtown train depot.

TUESDAY
Fishing seminar.
Bill Heard Chevrolet and Harold's Out-
door Products host a fishing seminar from
6:45 to 8:45 p.m. the third Tuesday of every
month at the dealership, 2002 N. Frontage
Road.
The next seminar will be Oct. 17 with
Todd Foucher. Admission is free and
includes refreshments and prizes. Call:
Chris Prevatt, 359-5018.

_WEDNESDAY
Mommy and Me
Mommy and Me playtime for ages 2 and
older is offered Wednesdays from 10 a.m.
to noon at the Planteen Recreation Center,
301 Dort St.
Call: 757-9166.

Free ESL class
Free English as a Second Language
classes are offered from 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Wednesday at Don Pollo Restaurant, 2403
Reynolds St.'The classes are sponsored by
the Church of Scientology of Tampa.
Call: 872-0722.
See CALENDAR, Page 17


!Around


Picks of the Week


Photo courtesy of Plant City Optimist Club


Spiritual leadership conference
A spiritual leadership conference with Henry Blackaby
is scheduled for Oct. 13-14. The schedule includes a
Friday morning breakfast for the business community
from 7:30 to 8:45 at the Ramada Inn; Friday afternoon
session from 2 to 5 at First Baptist Church for pastors
and staff; and Friday evening conference from 7 to 9 at
First Baptist Church featuring special music. Saturday
morning conference from 9 to noon; Saturday after-
noon conference from 1 to 3. Call: 752-8345 or 754-7445.


Photo courtesy of Ms. Dixie's Downtown Performers


Golf tourney on tap
The Plant City Optimist Club and
Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department will sponsor a
charity golf tournament Oct. 21 at
the Walden Lake Golf & Country
Club, 2001 Clubhouse Drive.
Money raised will benefit
Optimist youth programs in Plant
City. Cost is $60 per person for
golf, cart, range balls, two
beverage tickets, a meal and door
prizes. Registration forms are
available at the Recreation &
Parks Department administration
office, 1904 S. Park Road, and
online at the department's Web
site, www.plantcitygov.com/rec,
or call 752-1602 or 759-1019.
Pictured at last year's tournament
are Pat Stottlemyer, outgoing .
club president, and Bill Griffin.


File photo


'I Was a Teenage

Zucchini'
Ms. Dixie's Downtown
Performers will present "1I
Was a Teenage Zucchini,
but I didn't get Squashed!"
Oct. 13-14 at 4 and 7 p.m.
at the 1914 High School,
605 N. Collins St. This is a
story about a young man
who drinks a special
potion to grow muscles'
that he hopes will help'
him beat up a town bully.
Cost: $8 for adults, $6 for
children, seniors.


4 7(fll2kA 1 Zumba lands at YMCA


Photo courtesy of Plant
CityFamilyYMCA


The Plant City Family YMCA is launching a new
group fitness class. Zumba combines Latin and
international music and dance steps. Zumba will be
added to the YMCA regular group fitness schedule
beginning this month from 9 to 9:45 a.m. on Satur-
days. Starting in November and December, the class
will also be offered from 10:15 to 11 a.m. on Tuesdays
and 5:30 to 6:15 p.m. on Wednesdays, in addition to
Saturday mornings. The YMCA is also running an
"Eight weeks to Wellness" class Saturdays from 8
to 9 p.m., Oct. 21 to Dec. 9. To learn more about the
Plant City YMCA and view a full group fitness
schedule, visit www.tampaymca.org/pc.


GARAGE

SALES

Plant City, 4915
Coronet Road, Oct.
13-14. Moving sale.
Plant City, 4967
Beauchamp Road, 7:
30 a.m. to noon, Oct.
14. Baby items,
clothes, toys CDs,
porcelain dolls,
household items.
Cork, 4502 W.
McGee Road, 8 a.m.
to 3 p.m., Oct. 14.
Children's clothes,
household items.
Turkey Creek,
3841 Lone OakCRoad,
9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Oct.
14. Household items.
Uncle Bob's
Storage, 1005 S.
Alexander St., 7 a.m.
to 2 p.m.., Oct. 21.
Furniture, home
interior, collectibles,
miscellaneous items.
Cork, 3208 Cork
Road, starting at 6
a.m., Oct. 21.
Clothes, household
items.


CLUB (LIPS
Plant City Higir
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.

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 High
Class of 1961
The Plant City High
School Class of 1949 meets
at the Collins Street restau-
rant on the first Wednesday
of each month at 11:30 a.m.
Call: 752-3048.

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 holds a
dinner meeting on the first
Thursday of each month at 6:
30 p.m. at BuddyFreddys, 1101
Goldfinch Drive.
The meetings are informal
and all classmates including
nongraduates are invited.
Teachers and staff are also
invited. Call: Elaine Rogers
(Rodgers) 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 St., Monday and
Tuesday evenings from 7 to 9.
Cost: $10 per person/per
lesson.
Call: Susan Stanton, (863)
604-5060.
See CLUBS, Page 17




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Thank you

good

Samaritans,

EMS workers

I want to publicly thank a
group of people who came to
our daughter Kirsten's rescue
last Monday evening, Oct. 2.
As a parent of a teenage
driver, we got the call you
never want to hear: "Your
daughter has been in a car
accident." This call came from
a salesman at Ferman Chrysler
on James L. Redman Parkway,
who was one of the first good
Samaritans on the scene.
When my wife, Laurel, older
daughter, Lindsay, and I
arrived at the scene about five
minutes after the head-on
accident on Jim Redman at
Park Road, we found our
daughter sitting behind the
wheel with the second good
Samaritan, a local nurse. We
never got her name, but she
came to Kirsten's assistance
and began to stop the bleeding
on her forehead -she hit the
windshield using a baby
blanket. We have no idea
where that blanket came from.
I can still remember the
nurse telling me "Dad, she is
going to be OK. Her scalp is
cut, but it is not as bad as it
looks right now." The nurse
also assured me that Kirsten
had been wearing her seat belt.
Minutes later, the Plant City
EMS workers surrounded
Kirsten's car and began to


1.... 4 6 .,'
Kirsten Ritenbaugh
assist her. They freed her from
the vehicle and rushed her to
South Florida Baptist Hospital
where the emergency room
staff quickly began to examine
her cuts and bruises and give
her X-rays.
While we were waiting for
the results of her CAT scans
and X-rays, the Plant City
Police officer who was the
officer in charge of the crash
cameto the emergency room
for us to sign the paperwork
from the accident. Even
though he had to issue her a
citation, he comforted Kirsten
by letting her know that he
too had an accident involving
a ticket when he was 16, and
was now a police officer.
Close friends of our family
also rushed to our side in the
emergency room to _comfort
us in our time of need.
Kirsten received a concus-
sion, but thank God, there were
no other serious injuries or
broken bones. The Honda Civic
she was driving was a total loss,
but cars can be replaced,
teenage daughters cannot.
Our daughter Lindsay also


survived a serious head-on
collision herself five years ago
when a drunken driver hit her,
so we are doubly blessed. She
too had been driving a Honda.
Parents, hug you kids every
chance you can, because you
never know what can happen
next.
Thank you Plant City Good
Samaritans and professional
emergency workers for a job
well done.
Jay Ritenbaugh
Plant City


Commission,

mayor showed

foresight,

compassion

Re: "White Elephant Has
City In The Red, "Jerry Lofs-
trom's column, The Courier,
Sept. 21
I respectfully disagree with
him about the need of our
buses.
First of all, the fare is $2 to
town and back. To the senior
citizen who does not drive, it
is a means of independence.
Being provided with a brand
new BMW 325i, as Jerry
suggests, would be of no
benefit to me since I am
legally blind and unable to
drive it.
To the handicapped, the
needy and poor, the bus
system provides a way of
getting groceries, going to the
doctor's office and the drug-


store for prescriptions. To us
who need this transportation
the bus system means a lot.
The day the buses started
running in Plant City was a
day of rejoicing for me. As 1
said, I have been legally blind
for many years, and have had
to disrupt the schedules of
family and friends to take me
everywhere I needed to go in
order to live my daily life. My
heartfelt thanks to commis-
sioners Dicks, Lott and
Thomas-Mathis for having the
foresight and compassion for
those of us who need a
helping hand. Our beautiful
city continues to grow and
spread outward and we need
these buses.
True, we abhor waste in our
government but there are
other places that need to be
looked at. We need to adver-
tise and promote the bus
service. More people riding
them would help relieve some
of the traffic congestion.
I agree with Lofstrom's
concern for waste in our
government. I also
understand we sometimes
have an excess of revenue
now and then that does not
get published. Through grants
and donations and matched
funs, the city sometimes has
been able to conserve spend-
ing in some areas.
Offering a couple of buses
for those of us who need them
is a service the City can be
proud of. To the city of Plant
City I offer my sincerest
appreciation for this most
worthy service.
, Thelma McIntosh
Plant City


Police Training Puts Public Safety First


The recent shooting that
resulted in the death of a Polk
County deputy and his K-9
partner makes me wonder
why anyone would ever want
to be a cop.
I know it is one of those
jobs that somebody has to do,
a job that is necessary to keep
the peace. But I, for one,
would never be able to put
myself in harm's way the way
law enforcement officers do.
On Sept. 28, Polk County
Deputy Matt Williams and his
K-9 partner, Diogi, were shot
and killed in the woods while
tracking a suspect who ran
from a traffic violation.
Deputy Douglas Speirs was
wounded by the suspect,
Angilo Freeland, when he
entered those same woods.
A Polk County Sheriff's
Office spokeswoman said the
deputies responded as they
would have with any traffic
stop. The deputies didn't
know they were chasing a
cold-blooded killer.
That is part of what
astounds me about the men
and women who wear a badge.
Instead of entering the woods
with guns drawn, ready for the
worst, Williams and his dog
apparently encountered
Freeland who announced his
hidden position with his gun
blazing. An autopsy showed


GEORGE H.
NEWMAN


Williams was shot eight times,
several times from point-blank
range; a dog on a leash against
a 9 mm pistol. That isn't much
of a match.
About 600 law enforcement
officers responded from
around the state to help
confine and track down the
killer. From that point on,
while Freeland was appa-
rently encircled by a tight
perimeter of cops, every gun
was at the ready position.
Plant City officers who were
involved in the overnight
operation said they searched
every car that left the area near
where the shootings took
place. During those searches
they had guns drawn and were
prepared for battle. Can you
imagine what the public
outcry would be if every police


Police officers
who work with a
K-9, like Plant City
Officer John
Stasiak and his
partner, Rex, a 6-
year-old German
shepherd trained
in the Czech
Republic, have a
working and
personal relation-
ship. Both the
officer and the
dog depend on
each other during
dangerous assign-
ments. When
things go wrong,
both would risk
their lives to save
the other.


into account at the police
officer's risk.
Again, for one, I couldn't do
it.
And I, for one, would like to
tell all of them, thank you for
what you do.

George H. Newman is a
reporter for The Courier.


encounter was met with raised
pistols and shotguns?
If I was a cop, that would be
the way I would do it. But
cops in the U.S., unlike many
countries in this world, leave
those guns holstered in regard
to public safety. Their train-
ing, and often their standard
procedures, take our safety


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Reporter
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COMMENTARY



In Horror, A Glimpse Of Love


The talk around the Lofs-
trom household these past
days has been the tragic mur-
ders of five girls in a one-room
schoolhouse in Pennsylvania's
Amish country. But the
question that surfaced over
and over was the dramatic
counterpoint to the horror of
the murders.
How can the Amish be so
forgiving?
It is difficult in the world we
live in to believe a community
of people, which buried five of
its children last week, would
collect money to help the
widow and children of a homi-
cidal madman named Charles
Roberts, the man who exe-
cuted their children before
taking his own life.
Well known for keeping
modern society out, the Amish
mourning was remarkable for
what they let in: forgiveness.
Thanks to the media's
never-ending quest for
interesting images, the world
has been exposed to a much-
needed lesson in simplicity,
silence and forgiveness.
In our modern world, a
deadly school shooting would


have brought demands for
legislation for tighter gun con-
trol and better security, and
the victim's loved ones would
have probably appeared on
"Larry King Live" lashing out
at the -gunman's family with
vengeance and threats from
attorneys to sue.
In the story of the Amish
tragedy, you won't see those
left behind enjoying their
celebrity status on TV. You
won't see enraged parents
screaming for justice. There
are no wrongful death lawsuits
planned, no book deals, and
no talk of vengeance.
For some of us, the Amish
capacity to forgive is beyond
belief; for some of us we see a
glimpse of Christ's love in
their forgiveness.
All of us could learn a thing
or two from the Amish people
who shun the modern world
to follow their faith.
I don't know about you, but
I am sorry to say that kind of
. faith is beyond my experience.
I'm the kind of guy who will
condemn to eternal punish-
ment the jerk who cuts me off
in traffic on the way home


In the story of the Amish tragedy, you won't see
those left behind enjoying their celebrity status
on TV You won't see enraged parents screaming
for justice. There are no wrongful death lawsuits
planned, no book deals, and no talk of vengeance.


from church. And I have been
-touched by the story of these
Amish farmers, putting Chris-
tians like me to shame.
What really sets Christians
apart is how we deal with sin
and tragedies. In his suicide
note, Charles Roberts said one
reason he did what he did was
out of anger at God for the
death of his newborn
daughter. Wouldn't any parent
wonder why God allowed that
to happen? Roberts held onto
his hatred until it exploded in
an act of senseless murder.
Roberts' anger at God over
the death of his infant child
was in some sense under-
standable; how much more
comprehensible would be the
anger of those Amish mothers


and fathers whose children
died by his hand? Had my chil-
dren suffered and died that
way, I cannot imagine what
would have been my reaction,
for all my pretenses of piety.
And yet, the Amish did not
return evil for evil. In fact, they
embody peace and love
beyond all human under-
standing. They have turned
this occurrence of spectacular
evil into a bright witness of
hope for all of us. In spite of
everything, a light shines in
the darkness, and the dark-
ness did not overcome them.
In our world, unfortunately,
religion makes the front pages
of newspapers around the
world usually in the most
gruesome ways. In the name


of God, the devout fly planes
into buildings, blow them-
selves up to murder the inno-
cent, burn down opposing
places of worship, condemn,
insult, and bellow out to
heaven for vengeance.
But sometimes, faith helps
ordinary men and women do
the humanly impossible: to
forgive, to love, to heal and to
redeem. We, have much to
learn from the Amish experi-
ence. But the line between
good and evil does not run
along the boundaries of Lan-
caster County, but through
every human heart.
Editor's note: Jerry Lofs-
trom is a Plant City business-
man.


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Y Photo courtesy of Cassandra Banning
tI. At left, David Durland finds a place in the heart, home and business for Roxanne, an English
bulldog. Above, Savannah Richter pours water on a tree honoring her grandmother, Lillian Richter.
Photo courtesy of Ann Durland



Bulldog Spirit Alive AtDurlands'
g SP.


"We really love bulldogs,"
said Ann and David Durland
of Plant City. To prove it, they
not only use the English bull-
dog as their company logo,
but they rescue them as well.
Their business, Walden
Lake Business Services, 304 E.
Baker St., provides tax, and
accounting and business
support to small contractors
and small businesses, and the
offices have bulldog decor.
They proudly participate
and support Buddies Thru
Bullies English Bulldog Rescue
efforts. Roxanne, a 1 1/2-year-
old, is their latest rescue.
Often, they take road trips
throughout Florida to pick up
dogs in need of rescue and
provide temporary lodging at
their home.
Call Ann or David, 752-3070,
if you want information on
rescued bulldogs.

Let's not forget the cats
Another animal rescuer,
Lynne Halleran of Coldwell
Banker Residential Real
Estate, Plant City, tells me she
and husband Kevin recently
rescued four 1-week-old
orphaned kittens for Cat Call
of Brandon.
Kevin, just promoted to first
lieutenant in the U.S. Army
Reserve, told Lynne he plans
on keeping the foursome.
"That makes eight cats for
us," Lynne said.
Good thing the Hallerans
have a big ranch.

Hispanic Heritage month
artwork on display
Artist Jossie de Q. Azorin is
helping Plant City celebrate
Hispanic Heritage month. Jos-
sie's work will be among those
in exhibits at the Bruton
Memorial Library, Florida
Blood Services, the chamber
of commerce, Orange Blos-
som Tea Room and Paso Fino
Association.
Among the other artists on
display will be Angela Santos,
Elsa Valenzuela, Sara Zenteno,
Luis Zamaro, Stephano Espi-
nosa, Louan Watson, Betty


BETTY
BRIGGS


Columnist

Lancaster and art students
from Tomlin Middle School.
The exhibits will be up
throughout the month of
October.

Pfeffers 'Steppin out
with Jesus'
"Steppin out with Jesus" is
the theme for Hope Lutheran
Church's October outreach
program.
Pastor Dean Pfeffer and his
wife, Liz, recently took the
message of Christ to Kyrgyz-
stan.
The Pfeffers 'and 11 others
spent two weeks ministering
to villages, orphanages and
churches.
"Singing along in English to
a Russian hymn was a very
moving experience," said
Dean.
He will be taking a mission
trip to India in January.
Call Julianna Shults at 752-
4622 for information on the
church's October Fall Festival.

Garden Club
remembers Lillian
The Plant City Garden Club
remembered one of their own
Sept. 29. Members of the club
and Lillian Richter's family and
friends, honored Lillian and
dedicated a memorial garden
in her name at McCall Park in
downtown Plant City. The Rev.
Rugs Martin performed the
ceremony and Lillian's grand-
daughter, Savannah Richter,
poured water on the memorial
crepe myrtle.


At left, The Rev. Dean Pfeffer
visits a bread maker at her
home/bakery in Bishkek, the
capital city of Kyrgyzstan.
Below, on hand for a recent
dedication at McCall Park
were, from left, Joan Pryor, a
former president of the state
federation of garden clubs,
Plant City Garden Club
members Jan Griffin, Darcy
Stottlemyer, District 8
director Sue Angle and Plant
City club president Cassandra
Banning.


Lillian was a member of the
club for more than 10 years.
Upon her death, she willed the
club the money to create the
garden.

Strawberry Festival
Queen orientation
Young women interested in
vying for next year's title of
Florida Strawberry Festival
Queen must attend a manda-
tory meeting Nov. 5 at 2 p.m.
at the new Expo Building in
the director's conference
room. Contestants between
the ages of 16 and 20 can pick
up applications at the orienta-
tion.
Call: 752-3963.

House is a blessing
When Felicia Broome was
given the key to her new two-
story, three-bedroom, two-
bath Habitat For Humanity
bome Sept. 23, Minister Carl
McKay of St. Luke Indepen-
dent Church was asked to
bless the Drane Street home
during the dedication cere-
mony.
"There is no need for me to
bless this house," McKay said
in a narrative prayer as
Broome stood at the door.
"This house has already been
blessed by God. This house
and this family have been
blessed by the love and affec-
tion shown by the hundreds of
volunteers who have spent
their time clearing this lot and


Photo courtesy of Cassandra Banning


Photo courtesy.of Don Rainard
Felicia Broome holds the key to a three-bedroom, two-bath
home she qualified for through Habitat For Humanity's Plant
City chapter. The home was dedicated in an open ceremony,
Sept. 23, with the key being presented to Broome by Don
Rainard, the Plant City chapter president.


raising these walls. This com-
munity has been blessed by
the goodness of their deeds
and the fruit of their labor.
There is no need for me to
bless this house, for it is
blessed 10 times over by the
Lord, our God."


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Agritech fair at HCC

Used to managing in foul weather, the threat of
Tropical Storm Ernesto didn't stop more than 400
S- farmers and others from attending the Florida
. ":' : Strawberry Growers Association's Agritech 2006, an
education session and trade show, Aug. 29-30 at the
John R. Trinkle Center at Hillsborough Community
College. Agricultural growers had the the chance to
learn about the latest technology and growing
information, and meet and talk with other growers.
At left, a line of tractors welcomed visitors to the
event.


KEVIN BRADY/Staffphotos


Above, Martin Wortman, academic program coordinator for the
University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences Plant City campus, right, talks with Jimmy Surin, an
academic adviser at HCC. At left, Glenda McNary, left, office
manager at the Florida Strawberry Growers Association, and
Candace Fulford, a secretary at the association, greeted visitors
to Agritech 2006. The event featured more than 50 booths and
exhibitors.


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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
I tei. > % s .i Ra /,; nun 1.

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Ili/h rhap/t I. 11)9 E1. ainra V.

Ihount Olite. 11 I Iladition lv
Ihuni/ /lii e. IHoron Rd. ")"-.2626

APOSTOLIC
blaiallefa Vpo.stolitri
I51l ilson Rd. "l. I'196
pwtolic (u llh oJ l l(briM"-
1212 R lnohnis. "4- il1)0

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Ibuindinl l ie: 'melaei t .l
Itlhia. 6,W.2411-'
Bethany: 960hl Han ey Rd,
Thonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St., 752-5005
Christian life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: I 4at llill.slmirough Polk1
(omnti liinei. -Vt.J2
FailI tghlbloiw.e:
.051.9 {'R)9. "5V- 1m5
first Plant (ily..
Charlie griffinn Rd.
v(>-'SR 39. S."52-1351
fort t/alia: ora'r ne a ,'stll, Hilm. .19
Slln tile Rd. "J"-/hS6
Ai i ife' R W ii. ."ita
.oiinl /iiion
1- 4 at lhoumoloassa Rd. "5-16/14
Pleasant (6ro e.
aurkei (reek Rd. 3". 3529
I ion Uo Irhi)ip r/le-
(wiilr line Rd. 54.60,89
Midnel: iIdnei' Rd. 1. Il mi. F
ol 'idnerl oier Rd. 659-.0532
lurker Creek.
lurker (reek Rd. "i- 55.3"2
BAPTIST
ianua linke,. Creek Rd.
\. of R l o W ..1"39
Ilalin Bapital. 222' ilia ClhaiI hi Rd.

.IntiolHr Hoilon Rd. "'3-.32
liBeca. ')R,9S. /'1232
RBehanII (oil: Ri. ~"2 211
Rethel-0; lli U Rent) i .I "ni-.2239
inhlth Illenla (Inmillillne Rd.
lithlia. "3 1122
Bible ( hliii rilli'ni Rd.
-"2.2?"-5
Bar I nood tlenple E[iid I ih
%R 5'-. i"52j-. 2
liilhan tr.e hill
1fi9 Iraipnell Rd E.
fedai( rinie I hA. ,il c iRd.
-.? 12.1
( cnlialit l Off#1hii:
Pilll'eil''t Atl itd i/. Rd
htn 'h onil Ithe Ro'I.'.
3011. IIwbpok "S2. l'it
I o,,nliniiitv' (lhrl/lin
1311) A. Wilin fit. ". ili '
Iro)U idi .)R 39 %. Pinei'rrt,.

ioanilrm..ule Baplist (hmuCi.
1342i 5l/,htRId. .5-1 .%2 W)
Dhn r lie/ <6allagl',er Rd.
I59.-201
liaLsliltd II./ I lathihaun ~/,
-54 .2'1
[ta/ iThnolosiii a.al. Ih'intoli
S- hni;gh..ilfin Rdil. 9.86. .t4W
faill Ihtpleh Primtine:
811g i Hashintgto Sit. il 66hl
rFi-st Baphsl (ltiiniij, o Il/iina.
I/uli, ap rRd. "52"2109
Hirt BapltistI tlhi
Inlerm, lion ofi R 19 9
[ibiat Pineanest. Rd "-." /12/
Hint Plnnt (I l
in>.\ Palne. "i-5 2 1114
[ia%/ Thaounoscai It(Ininioh Rd. a'bb."5io
lanrmoiuli'r kp/tisth Iul
thi, M Anilt(ts 1/ril//in Rd. 9,.'/"165
Hoipeneaier. io'e 5 i
Hopenell 5/R39 "F".Ji53
iulights. i'ail inhuaniIn lh1i.
-52. 49-'"2


rlebanon. Brenacli lInabe RaI.
"521.200
lone Oak. lone link Ril. 4 i.'" 5
ifhulnt l,,riab lventill
M aren .' lfIlona o l. "%I .J143"
lliuinl .t,riah Iri en ill.
2112 (( linuni RdI. "' ." I')li
Ilount Ohne: l04i li Ball i.

\rn. Hiope greenn ill
Ihaplil (aimnn li
;101f idne'm IAera RMI. DOter
,'eu Ill /in ilenInill
iHl fDaimels Rd.. "*2.39A5
\orl. lde:
I'lt/ \. franklin St. "V 2-"'9
Oliikli od irpori Rd. '"2. -i99
Plant /il Primilite:.
509 1. tiers it. .-32Al
Pleasant Grove First:
lirke t reek Rd., "17-2556
Shiloh Baptist//a ('iMna
90i 9 lerm neDi.. '5."H--4
%priilgl.ew. 3. 1. iggins Rtmal.
"4-4 .8-9
St. luke .llisiomna':
1'08. Irwill ~t1. ."5.-499
St. Mliarl' _5[reeaill
ilhnteKa Iiaonen )1. "*-..'(;5
'M. Ihri Ifissioluir\
184I /?R 601 ""-.3601
st ,t(nr (on intuniitl' hulhni.
90" f. bura St. "5i161f6
Sidnerw 1510(nwrRd. 659'1 02
Turket' I reek (oimnuniht
ikplisil (Inrch:
5 -i" lurkera creck Rd.
13 "J3" 1224
lurker Creek First.
Irapnell Rd. "i2."'90
I ilon1' lflirnan IStaki Rul
hehlonie' Bapit: //1135 KCeha ume
(thiunh t. (8131j "'-1"&)1
liest./ide. 2503i .6mnihleld lie.
"52/-1450
iihi'lnrse t Rd 901.\ A hiilebuirs Rd.


PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little' I non 15510 'intii R l19.
ilthia. 63.0_15i4
Salanim Priiilhr
/-)2 alem (.hlnni Rdlt. Siitner'

CATHOLIC
/I (leeniet. 11i.\. I .Ilte.manul /.


CHURCH OF CHRIST
,\. ai/dea Rd. .", i1. iidtr RRd.
"i5'.2"l
(ork ('.akRoii "i52. i21
laurea SI/ /111/i1 iiatl St.

Sprinhead- iiigQim Rd. "t '8/

CHRISTIAN
I |ir'i h: ,- rA I '
I(l 2/AS Tlihinoiowia.ium a Id.
"i2 55 )N5



CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
( awalarionit ( I i'al in
Il'intl Rd. \a of/'R 5-4

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
.\a (6m'ir 121/ F Iflia i V

CHURCH OF GOD
.l .. cl'rj Ta'a '
I.ll] ; 1 1rl I 1- nil l
(iar/ ia nn/fniti
52109 iiilh.-Ra ls Rd
Doi er: [lot an ine /. i59. 29H
Plant l(i/i 21* ".idlnake Rd. '"52.i9')1
like (ieek laurkei riek: Rd
at SR W6. "{".11
lavoinotosa/sa :
"i2 \. parlor Rd. 9/ih/' Il6I

CHURCH OF GOD
iArnoJr nij r Ir Idua Ija. i
hingsn a, Fia l. 2_f0. iin.inal \a
he//IJner 65". 111i
Plant (it i6rae fellinship
"1.3 lI.iohrin k /St. ; 61.l/9l
Firs. \. mrhin il undBaiker it.
"52.6138
, ospel Tabe warle Allen 6 Ilaines t/


EPISCOPAL
'.1 Peter' 3I01 \% (a ti V/.
"52..-ial

FULL GOSPEL
[Deisin (unrth o/fPlail 'ii
111\2 i./hrehr SW.
,1 6i59-'21SI

HOLINESS
Deli e rai l ahrli-nat /'
.mi II itlant/ /
tRe'letic ( Iau;h l l hiOur Ir'rd
-2.' U. Raill /

INDEPENDENT
Full G(ospe. liibernmice
2i11 inrmannds Rd. "-i5- IN
Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
riTangeli'i% for l'n.-s TalihriafIue-
R f -. ~.oJ 1Ot'el 659.0i112

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
ti(n an ( hipel Plant (i/itr.
1310 North Shannon Ave., 892-0510
(imii i,ruil II < ealer
13111 \. Whaninon "/11.29119
Cor enaul Bib hle nuratI.
141i' f umdinl S "Si-/1133
Dleep.r lifi l elloa ship:
cor dia Rd. U of -.lH9 '%
Reri'al Onlreah I(lenter:
225 \. DoCer Rd. 681-.2250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall: 12102 an land. lie.
"52.1345

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
I hunhI of.lesns irnist /LDS.
1805 .. Park Rd. "52.1-6j

LUTHERAN
lope loII. 2fOl Park Blid, f2.622
lordni ot l LlA.i
21104 Shut lake Rd. "52 16-

NAZARENE
PIlanl (ill (influnniniti
( hurdi / he.\a:awene'
2!i02 Inulinke R.al. "52" 6.

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full top fllellm, ship
h 1hlill t4e.
Iull gospel idbtnitdeI
2Jll aiiniliils Rd. "i..I.j43

aGralera I oe (iri.,tian ( nler
I 91) \ Friaklin "'9..'A2i"
Ihprt ll 'e//nt' ,Iorlip renlllierr
I',tel, n i r/lie I 'lm rnt' r.
'aaoil b.i~ '914
hAiniow Il/erinf/itional
( lauol fl/orie1a.
902! R4th/ia / "h14.19.)'9
hampii Riib leellon ,a'ilp
BItW11 i. llilh ibongl hlie -"i-.2n'
Inill (lri..l I hn lit
1911% (,onl onalt..'6-2..2 .i
laniumilili Piai/e' nud oii b lh/i/ a /uie
1 '. !2 1

ORTHODOX
/toli P',n/rfi on Orlhnalodo r I l
.10 I)ooin's iake Ril. Iolnt ,ij' 012.3

PENTECOSTAL
*It'iitalie lHighs lan'il
irhipl t center
i iol (lefions RdBit. "i I.-
lit ing ahlenri [ourquitat
hiiih., ili. '2 heSI 1 '" W ).91 .
\fil Hope lory/,ip/) enhr"-
St.{ II IIh1tn/ lt. ",I '5" hl-'2

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
!hoi IIMnorw., laker I Ilo/ine',
f tur hl trd. ,59) I ;01
I hun h a/flhc I aIng i"l'
11112 i lea 'I. "5-.5 -,5a.'

PRESBYTERIAN
I langelical Planit i
Slith" rlie list Pres.bihteian Planr (ilI'.
)4K li. Reimvolds /W. "52--.211


SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
iilk i11 il' ,i'a tIiut t a
1/5/1i )' i-. i[rn; er. oi'.019

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant (itr. 2211. 'raniberri Dr:
"52. -4,94

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES. INC
Nil I / in e/i 1h.11in I ia, 'Iip
ltn,;eiyun't" 1211 ainllith igins Rd.


SOUTHERN METHODIST
I ir1: IIliV .lulh.ouI Rd.


UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
it. fll rk liilted (lihuih:
2914 llhia-lln ec'rel Rd,. Ialrico,
t'ii.0998

UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
IDmer Firt: 4foore's lake Rd at
lethodit (ImrrchRd, 659-1415
Frill Plant (t ty: 303 N. Evers St,
"i. 351/9
rate: IA i1 E. Cherry St, 659-3718
Sunset Heights: WalterDr, 754-2441
'priighead. 2305 Sparkman Rd,
"52-5"51
5/. like: 809E. Laura St, 757-6051
Tmonolosassa. Forl Kitg ufiy at
Ifi.s/letoe Dr.. 986. 135
lTinily Plant ( itr.
402 I. english 5/. "52.9316

WORD OF FAITH
laith Otilreadc (hIrih ofhPlin CityI
H(( Plant its (ampits'
.lolm R hinkle ialldiing
1206 \o Ith Park Rd.. "'59 92"3


Trinity United
Methodist Church
t- 4' Eaihsh i St ,
PIamr (.- trI
For inspiring, meaningful
and practical worshipp .
1oin s Sundha
10:311 am

Pasior's Message
111/1;/116
Take (lie Merci ce'pt aher Ielp

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813-752-9316


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SHILOH

BAPTIST

CHURCH
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
SurrJ3i 3 3t !' OLI a fI;
Sunday Worship Services
I 3 1 n, an>:6 r0, 10 r n-i
Tuesday a.-po
L oJ ,r,-,-n Sc rap ,OCoc4 r ,.a C lut --
Wednesday Worship '. 1 p na
a,.t Lavta- .-tor Cr-ulir.-rr
.'Stu. 3 rl'u hl.. 6 0i Ip rr,
905 W. Terrace Dr. ,.- .." ,,,; ,1,,,. ,,,a-H .,
752-8345


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pFr English, 6:3upnr Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
i0 r .n1 ,1 ..l .eri
Sunday Masses
-.rr, 1'.10 30an Enrgllii.
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
i 4 E I E -11 rI.,
i,.S13,752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


First United
Methodist
Church of

Plant City
?1-3 N. Ev' -rs. tTe-et
Dov.nt.n ',-i i'la rt Cr.'-
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li C, .j -a %.1i:r --,-; -11
iChildrn .AdLiJtl
!I I :ii Tr .atiaon.uJ \\.%% r.h|ip In

Sunday EB enings
i-.u t- r ill Pr. p '.; \.h.;r: '

t\ednesdaN EBenings

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Open Hearts, Open Minas, Open Doors




LONE OAK

BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lr,ne Oak Road. Plhanr Cr/
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday, School 1000 AN M
Morning Worship 11) 01 A M
E.ernin, Worslhip ,.00 PMr-
Vv'ednEd.da, Adult & 'louth Mlinistrie;
7 00 PH
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor


Get. the

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Adv'eftise rail lie
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813-865-4438





lCT&BCER' s,'' '


WORSH I P


OFFERINGS

One stroke painting
The Women's Ministry of First Bapt-
ist Church of Brandon plans a three-
month "Share the Spirit" ornament
bonanza in which students will learn
the one-stroke technique and create
ornaments which will be given in bas-
kets to military families or families in
need. Class dates are: Oct. 13 and 19;
and Nov. 9 and 16. All dates are Thurs-
days at 6 p.m. at the church, 216 N.
Parsons Ave.
Information: 689-1204 or
www.fbcbrandon.org.

St. Clement plans
'coming home' ministry
St. Clement Catholic Church, 1104
N. Alexander St., is inviting all inactive
Catholics to join a "coming home"
program. The program runs until Nov.


2 from 7 to 9 p.m. for six consecutive
Thursday evenings.
According to a church release, the
program "will provide an opportunity
for you to share your concerns and
answer any questions you may have
about the Catholic faith. We want you
to know that we miss you and want to
help you to reconcile your differences
with the Church."
Call: 752-8251.

Bible study
The Lakes Clubhouse, 723 E. Sam
Allen Road, hosts a Bible study from 8:
30 to 9:30 a.m. on Wednesdays. The
group is open to the community. Call:
752-2779.
First United Methodist Church
The First United Methodist Church
of Plant City, 303 N. Evers St., has the
following schedule on Sundays:
Communion service at 8 a.m. am in
the chapel; a contemporary worship


service at 9 a.m. in the Wesley Centre,
the corner of Wheeler and Reynolds;
Sunday School for children and adults
at 10 a.m. with a traditional worship
service at 11 a.m. in the sanctuary.
Two youth groups meet from 6 to 8
p.m. Wednesday evenings for teens
and younger children. These events
includes music and supper. There is
also a dinner for adults at 6 p.m.
Wednesday in the Wesley Centre,
followed by an adult study at 7 p.m.
Call the church office, 754-3519, for
more information.

Bible study at Trinity United
Trinity United Methodist, 402 W.
English St., offers a weekly Bible study
course every Wednesday morning at 9:
30.
The church also holds a discipleship
class Wednesdays from 7 to 8 p.m.
Books for the course are $10 each and
can be ordered from the church.
Call: 752-9316.


Bible study
A Bible study of the Book of Genesis
takes place Wednesdays from 8:30 to 9:
30 a.m. at The Lakes Clubhouse, 723 E.
Sam Allen Road. Call: 752-2779.

First Baptist offerings
The following events will be offered by
First Baptist Church of Plant City, 503
N. Palmer St.
Friday at 9 a.m. and Sunday at 4
p.m., the Ladies Ministry holds a Beth
Moore Bible study titled "To Live Is
Christ."
This is an in-depth study of the life
and ministry of Paul. Open to all
women in the community.
Men's study and prayer group
meets Mondays at 7 a.m. at BuddyF-
reddys.
Men's study and prayer group
meets Tuesdays at 7 a.m. at The Collins
See OFFERINGS, Page 22


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IN THE SPIRIT


Lorraine Ramsey Sullivan: Faith Temple Assembly


When talking about
spiritual leadership, many
Plant City congregations
point to their pastor's spouse.
More often than not, they are
humble servants who duck
the limelight. Heralded or not,
these women and men are
ministers, too,
For more information on
Faith Temple Assembly, call
754-3199.
Q: How long have you been
at Faith Temple?
A: Going on 14 years. We
moved here from North
Dakota, but my husband and


I are both native Floridians.
Q: When were you born?
A: 1950.1 I grew up in Tampa
then Indian Rocks Beach and
graduated Seminole High
School in 1968. My husband
(the Rev. Bill Sullivan) grew
up in Largo.
Q: Are you a team?
A: Absolutely. I'm not
called to preach; my ministry
is in the background. I think a
wife's role is to be supportive
and in agreement with her
husband. I do some teaching,
but I'm a floater. If somebody


is sick, I'll fill in. People need
to hear me support him, to be
with him in unity.
Q: What makes this church
different?
A: The word unique is what
comes to mind. Our goal is to
strive to be an oasis where
people can find their needs
can be met by the Lord Jesus
Christ. Each service is differ-
ent. We try to allow God to
move so the Holy Spirit can
minister.
Q: Do people respond?
A: People never leave the


place the same way they came
in. We know that this absolu-
tely happens because people
give testimony to what God is
doing.
Q: How has the church
changed?
A: From a noncharismatic
to a more Pentecostal church.
We have 175 to 200 in worship
and we've definitely grown.
We have a good mix, both
young families and older
people.

See SPIRIT, Page 15


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NEWS BRIEFS

Free vision screenings at health clinic
Prevent Blindness Florida will con-
duct free vision screenings for adults
and children at the Plant City Clinic,
302 N. Michigan Ave., Oct. 17 from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m.
The screenings will be conducted by
nationally certified Prevent Blindness
Florida staff and volunteers. Children
are screened for amblyopia and refrac-
tive errors while adults are screened
for cataracts, glaucoma, age-related
macular degeneration and diabetic
retinopathy. Those who do not pass
the screening are referred to their eye
care professional for a complete eye
examination.
Prevent Blindness Florida may also
be able to assist those who qualify eco-
nomically to obtain free examinations
and eyeglasses. In addition, eye vita-
min samples and information about


eye safety and health will be available.
For more information on the screen-
ings, contact Renee at 874-2020, Ext.
107 or renee@preventblindnessfl.org.

Pioneer Heritage Day on horizon
The 29th annual Pioneer Heritage
Day celebration is set Oct. 21 from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. at the 1914 Plant City
High School Community Center, 605
N. Collins St.
There is no admission charge for the
event, and free parking is available.
This year's event will focus on heri-
tage crafts with live, entertainment,
arts and crafts, heritage crafts, a chil-
dren's corner, roving host and host-
esses in period costumes, tours of 1914
Plant City High School, pioneer
tradespeople, pioneer demonstra-
tions,- a bake sale, treasures sales and
antiques.
Funds raised from this event go
toward the continuing restoration and
upkeep of the 1914 Plant City High
School. Some spaces are still available


for crafters, demonstrators and food
vendors.
For more information, call Brenda
Inlow at the East Hillsborough Histori-
cal Society, 757-9226 or e-mail
ehhs@tampabay.rr.com.

Community Harvest to aid food bank
Community Harvest Day, benefiting
United Food Bank & Services of Plant
City, is planned Oct. 21 from 10:30 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at Strawberry Town, 3161
Paul Buchman Highway the
southwest corner of State Road 39 and
Sam Allen Road.
Community Harvest Day will feature
a corn roast, free iced tea, a pumpkin-
painting contest, vintage automobiles,
live entertainment by local musicians,
a live broadcast by Spirit FM, and
hourly raffles for prizes.
Those attending who bring a non-
perishable food for the food bank will
receive a raffle ticket for each item they
donate to the cause. The caf6 at Straw-
berry Town's Fresh Produce Market


will also be open with hot dogs,
Cubans, sandwiches, desserts and ice
cream. Call: 754-8265.

Putnam's rep to meet constituents
A caseworker from the office of U.S.
Rep. Adam Putnam will be available to
meet with constituents of the 12th
Congressional District Oct. 18 from 9:
30 to 10 a.m. at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. Constitu-
ents who are experiencing problems
with Social Security, Medicare, Veter-
ans Affairs or other federal agencies
may meet with the caseworker. Call:
(863) 534-3530.

Rotary plans Halloween Howl
The Rotary Club of Plant City plans a
Halloween Howl Oct. 21 at 6:30 p.m. at
the homes of George and Cassandra
Banning and Mike and Dean Snyder.
Costumes are optional, but encour-
aged. The festivities include a buffet,
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GHOST HOUSE SET AT

506 N. DANIELS ST.
By KEVIN BRADY
kbrady@mediageneral.com
Those looking for a few
chills and goose bumps for a
good cause have a place to go
in Plant City this month
thanks to the generosity of a
local homeowner.
Ghost House, a fundraiser
staged by young people from
Plant City High School with
the help of a few adults, now
has a new home. The haunted
house, which will use horror
moves as its theme, will be
staged at 506 N. Daniels St.
starting Oct. 26.
The 100-year-old, three-
bedroom house, owned by
Randy Sanchez, is in the Plant
City Historic District. The
house is unoccupied and up
for sale.
Last year's Ghost House
was staged in an empty store
in a shopping complex at the
intersection of Alexander
Street and James L. Redman
Parkway. All the stores in the
complex are now rented. The
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other architectural features:There may
also be mausoleums for above-ground
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began to make their appearance about
75 years ago. This type of cemetery is.
known for its vast expanses of lawn,
flowering beds, and trees. Burial places
are marked by bronze memorials that'
lie flush with the ground. The resultant
effect is that of a green park that invites
quiet contemplation of nature and life.

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"We were on the verge of
giving up hope of ever finding
a building, but then (Sanchez)
stepped forward," said
Amanda Hill, the chief orga-
nizer of Ghost House. "We are
all delighted."
"It is the members of the
community that make our
charity such a success. When
someone like Mr. Sanchez
comes along it's almost as if
an angel has fallen from the
sky, this year he is definitely
our hero," Hill said.
"The house is in the historic
district and it will be perfect,"
said Linda Fuhrman, who
helps out at Ghost House. "We
have talked with a couple of
the neighbors and they were
happy to have us in the neigh-
borhood. Our thanks to Randy
Sanchez for his generous
offer."
Now its third year, the event
raised more than $2,000 last
year, all of which went to
Unity in the Community,
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WiFi catching on downtown
Wireless Internet access is now available to those in need
of a quick connection for e-mails, research and business
transactions. Michael Cameron, an investment broker for
Edward Jones, 2501 Thonotosassa Road, made a quick stop
at the Union Depot last week. He said that business people
visiting Plant City who require a wireless Internet connec-
tion would appreciate the free access now available in the
historic downtown area.


SPIRIT
Continued From Page 12
Q: What gives you joy?
A: To see people change, to
really know God's word has
made a life-changing differ-
ence on a day-to-day basis.

Q: How do you stay
connected?
A: Through Bible study, my
personal prayer life and praise
and worship driving down the
road.

Q: Do you work outside the
home?
A: I'm a dental hygienist
part time. Our youngest (Seth)
is still only 10 and then I have
my granddaughter at least
one day a week. The other
children are Matthew (31),
Mark (28) and Rachel (27)

Q: When did you marry the
preacher?
A: 1970. Iwas 19 and he
was 20. We knew each other
in elementary school then
met at a Methodist youth
group but neither one of us
were Christians. He served in
Vietnam for four years and we
were married when he came
back.

Q: Why ministry?
A: I saw a change in a
friend's life. We had all done a
lot of partying together. She
told me she had met the Lord
Jesus Christ and would I go
with her. I became a Christian
first when I was 24 and for
several years my husband
fought against it. I believed in
the Lord to save him. Then
one day he called me from the


everything is within reach. It's
a culture where people look
out for each other, they're
concerned about each other
and they help out.
Q: What do you do for fun?
A: We're in a couple's
group called "Ball and
Chains." It's a fun time where
we have fellowship and play
games. Then we like to go out
to eat and I like to eat every-
where. We love to go fishing
and camping with our RV.
Q: Do you watch TV?
A: My husband likes
hunting programs and I'm
into the Discovery Channel
and the medical programs I
like the surgery. If we go to
movies it's because we take
our son and the grandchil-
dren.
Q: What are you reading?
A: "Bible Prophesy 101"
about things that have
happened since 9/11 and the
End Times. Then I'm reading
"The Purse Driven Life" by
Anita Renfroe.
Q: Do you have a Bible
verse to share?
A: "I have no greater joy
than to hear that my children
are walking in the. truth." (3
John 1:2) That's my prayer for
them every day. There is no
greater joy. The Bible is the
book. The Holy Spirit will
guide us into all truth.
Derek Maul
Do you have someone you
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Lorraine Ramsey Sullivan, the
wife of the Rev. Bill Sullivan of
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God didn't just call her
husband to ministry. "We were
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top of a telephone pole he
worked for GTE and said
"The Lord has called me to go
to Bible College." He attended
Open Bible College in Largo.
But God doesn't call people
into ministry alone we were
both called. He got his four-
year degree at Northwest
Bible College in North Dakota
in 1980.
Q: Where have you served?
A: Clearwater, North
Dakota and the last place was
Cavalier, about 15 miles south
of the Canadian border! Then
we felt called closer to family.
God truly directed us to this
church.
Q: What's great about Plant
City?
A: The people. They are
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At left, this 2006 Harley
Davidson was raffled off
by the chamber. Bill Reid
from Verizon won the
Harley. At right, members
of the Blue Knight Bike
Club, an international law
enforcement motorcycle
club, were on hand for the
event. Above, Howard
Johnson of Plant City,
Steve McDermott of
Riverview and Gary
Johnson of Clearwater
take in the event on
their bikes.


The fourth anniversary of Bike Fest drew more than 25,000 motorcycle enthusiasts Oct. 7 to downtown Plant City. "It's going great," said Marion
Smith, president of the Plant City Chamber of Commerce, as she sold tickets for a Harley Davidson raffle Saturday evening at the event. "It certainly
looks like one of the biggest Bike Fests we have ever had."


Bike Blast


Winners of the 2006 Little Miss Plant City pageant raised funds for a shoe drive
during the event. The pageant and shoe drive is organized by the Junior Women's
Club of Plant City. The drive helps give shoes to needy children in Plant City. Above,
court member Sara Brummer, 11; pageant queen Denna Lemelin, 10; first maid Allyson
Glover, 10 and Jamee Townsend, 11. At right, Larry Liggett of Florida Aerial Imaging
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CALENDAR
Continued From Page 5
Alzheimer's program
The University of South
Florida Suncoast Alzheimer's
& Gerontology Center will
present a free community pro-
gram, "Alzheimer's Disease:
What Family Caregivers Need
to Know," Oct. 18 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the Brandon Com-
munity Center, 502 E. Sadie St.
in Brandon.
The program is designed for
individuals caring for a family
member or friend with Alzhei-
mer's disease.
Call: 974-4355.

Library offers
computer classes
Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St., is offering
the following hands-on
computer classes from 2 to 3
p.m.:
Introduction to Windows,
Oct. 18.
+ Word Basics, Oct. 25.
Registration required- one
hour before class begins.
Call: 757-9215.

THURSDAY
TECO plans blood drive
A Florida Blood Services
bloodmobile will be on site
Oct. 19 from 10 a.m. noon at
TECO Energy, 405 Martin
Luther Ki n g It. Blvd.

PLAN AHEAD
Teen night at MLK center
A teen night at the Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Recrea-
tion Center, with pizza and
music, is planned for Oct. 20


from 7 to midnight. The event
is for ages 13 to 17. Cost: $5.
For more information, con-
tact La'Tosha Lewis at llewis-
@plantcitygov.com or call
757-9195.

Strawberry Classic Car Show
The Strawberry Classic Car
Show will be Oct. 21 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.plantcity.org.

Golf tourney
The Plant City Optimist
Club and Plant City Recrea-
tion & Parks Department will
sponsor a charity golf tourna-
ment Oct. 21 at the Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club,
2001 Clubhouse Drive. Money
raised %%ill benefit Optimist
youth programs in Plant City.
Co'st is $60 per person ftT
golf. cart, range balls, two
beverage tickets_, a meal and'
door prizes.
Registration forms are avail-
able at the Recreation & Parks
Department administration
office, 1904 S. Park Road, and
online at the department's
Web site,
wwiw.plantcitygov.com/rec,
or call 752-1602 or 759-1019.

Pumpkin-carving contest
A free pumpkin-carving
contest for grades three
through five is planned Oct. 21
from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Plant-
een Recreation Center, 301
Dort St.
Call: 757-9166.


CLUBS
Continued From Page 5
VFW Post 4590
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4590
meets every first and third Thursday of
the month at 7 p.m. at 3709 E. U.S. 92.
Call: 754-7880.

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

Fishing seminar
Bill Heard Chevrolet and Harolds Out-
doors Inc. host a fishing seminar with
refreshments and prizes on the third
Tuesday of every month from 6:45 to 8:
45 p.m. at the dealership, 2002 N. Front-
age Road.
Call: 752-5123.

Network Professionals
Network Professionals of Plant City
Inc. meets Thursdays from 11 45 a m o 1I
p.m. Thursday at at Chicano's. 110 E
Reynolds St I.
Call: Michael Gottesman: 754-3183.

PCHS Class of 1949
The Plant City High School Class of
1949 meets the first Wednesday of the
month at 11:30 a.m. at the Collins Street
Restaurant. All class members are
invited. Call: 752-3048.

Rotary Daybreak Club
The Rotary Daybreak Club meets
Monday at 7 a.m. at Community Confer-
ence Room, South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St. .
For more information contact Mike
Mcminn, 719-3959.

Kiwanis
The Plant City Kmwanis Club meets


Wednesday at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St.
Call: Ken Gibbs, 752-6171.

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club invites sin-
gles to a dance every Friday from 8 p.m.
to midnight at the Stardust Dance
Center in Plant City Pliza. 1405 Collins
St.
The cost is $5 for members. $7 for.
nonmembers.
Call: 752-9277 or 159-2063.

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,106S. Evers St.
Call: Ann Churchwell. 986-2827.

AI-Anon meeting
Hope Al-Anon meets Mondays at 7:30
p.m. at St. Clement Catholic Church. 1104
N Alexander St.. Room 7. 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 Meth-
odist Church Wesley Center
Call Don Rainard. 707-0331

Square-dancing lessons
Square dances -and square dancing
lessons are held on a regular basis at
Strawberry Square. 4401 Boot Bav Road.
information: 752 0491 or
ww* floridadanceweb corn./strawberry.

Florida A&M Alumni
The Florida A&M University National
Alumni' Association's Plant City chapter
meets every fourth Monday at 630 p.m. at
Mount Mornah Missionary Baptist Church.
911 E Warren St Call Bea Crowell, 752-0451

PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High School Class of


OCTOBER 12, 2006 THE COURIER *17

1951 meets the second Tuesday of-the
month at the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.Wheeler
St. Call: 752-8479.

PCHS Class of 1953
The Plant City High School Class of 1953
meets the second Tuesday of each month
at1130 a.m at Tony's Airside Restaurant at
the Lakeland Airport Call: 752-6317 or 633-
0029.

Junior Art League
The junior Art League of Plant City meets
the first Friday of every month from 7to 8:45
p.m. at Ms.Cherie's Art & Frame Shop, 119 W.
Alexander St. The group was formed to help
children appreciate art and participate in
hands-on activities. Call: 719-6887.

Turkey Creek Class of 1955
The Turkey Creek High School Class
of 1955 meets the fourth Thursday of the
month at 8:30 a.m. at BuddyFreddys,
1401 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
All classmates, teachers and staff
members are encouraged to attend
Call: 986-1193.

Winter Visitor's Club
The Winter Visitor's Club meets for
business and potluck dinners every
Monday at 5 30 p.m
Membership is S10 per year and
includes shuffleboard tournaments.
Call: 754-4130 or 757-9165.

Lions Club
The Plant Ciry Lions Club meets Tues-
days at noon at the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St
Call. Judy Barta. 752-6193.

PCHS Class of 1958
The Plant City High Class of 1958
meets for breakfast the fourth Tuesday
of every month at 8 30 am at Fred'.
Farmers Market Restaurant. 1401 Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd
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Wow, what a night for the
football teams from Plant City
and Durant. It's been three
years since we've had the
excitement of a playoff foot-
ball game to cover, but thanks
to what happened two weeks
ago the chances are very real.
And not to jump ahead, but
... Plant City had better be
greedy and just shoot for the
district championship. While
the likelihood of making the
playoffs for the first time since
1999 is high, that might be
shooting a little low.
You see, if the Raiders finish
second in the district, that is
indeed good enough to qualify
for the post season. It also
qualifies for an early exit, since
the 5A-District 7 winner goes
up against the 5A-8 champ,
and that would be Lakeland.
Recently Lakeland took on
its supposed toughest district
challenger, and beat Lake
Gibson 46-7. Lake Gibson's
only points were on a punt
return.
"I know we don't want to go
to Bryant Stadium," said a very
aware Raider coach Kevin
Kelley.

The 5-foot rule
Plant City's incredible
junior swimmer Stephanie
Barker has not improved
much at all on her state meet
times from last season, but a
strange rule explains it.
In Hillsborough County a
pool must be five feet deep in
order to allow for racers to use
the starting blocks. Even non-
racers like me realize that the
blocks allow competitors to
already be about 10 feet into
the pool before they have to
start swimming.
Unfortunately at Walden
Lake and at Brandon Swim &
Tennis Club, where the major-
ity of Plant City's meets are
held, the pools measure at 4
1/2 feet. So those swimmers
must start in the water, which
is like asking a sprinter to run
the 100-yard dash by starting
off in a. sandpit. The time is
going to be slow.
But just wait for the district
meet, which is next Friday at
the (deep-enough) Bobby
Hicks complex in South
Tampa. Barker will be ready to
go for another trip to the state
See SHARP, Page 19


MIKE YOUNG/photo
Amy West, left, and Heather Wyengyn have proven to be a dynamic one-two punch for Durant's
girls golf team this year.


Durant Golfers Tee Up Postseason


WYENGYN, WEST HOPE TO KEEP
MOMENTUM GOING
By MIKE YOUNG
Correspondent
Heather Wyengyn ignored the pain.
She wasn't going to miss the 2005 State High
School Girl's Golf Tournament, even if she had
severe headaches and scratches from a car
accident two days before.
. "I love golf so much," said Wyengyn, a soph-
omore at Durant. "Nothing was going to stop
me from playing in state: Wyengyn has been
playing golf for seven years, mostly with her
sister, Tiffany, who is now a freshman on the
women's team at Saint Leo College.
They both were on their way to school two
days before the golf finals a year ago. Tiffany
Wyengyn was driving when a car pulled out in
front of them. The two cars collided, leaving the
sisters shaken up but only with minor injuries.
Nevertheless, two days later, they both com-
peted in the state finals. Their team placed an
unlucky 13th.
This year, Heather Wyengyn has consistently
been at the top of scoreboard leading Durant
through regular-season competition. She
recently shot a personal best and school record
36 for nine holes, leading Durant to a dual-
match win over Chamberlain at River Hills Golf
and Country Club.
Wyengyn, a sophomore, credits her team-
mate, Amy West, another sophomore, in creat-
ing a competitive atmosphere.
"We feed off each other when we play,"
Wyengyn said.
Wyengyn and West were among the area's
top prep players entering the Class 2A-District
11 tournament Tuesday at Summerfield Golf
Club, where the Cougars finished second to
Wharton. Durant now advances to a regional
tournament next week and those top finishers
move on to the state tournament Oct. 24-25 at
The Saints Golf Course in Port St. Lucie.
"They (Wyengyn and West) have been the


reason for Durant's successful season," Cou-
gars coach Dick Sheffield said.
Wyengyn's love for the game comes from her
grandfather, who she fondly refers to as
"Papa."
Charley Brown bought his granddaughters
their first golf clubs and herded them around
the golf course when they were younger.
"Papa taught me how to love the game, and
my dad pushes me in a positive way," Wyengyn
said. "When I'm playing in a tournament, I
don't worry about who I'm playing against, I
just play. I try to do my personal best and that's
all that counts."
Her father, Mark Wyengvn, didn't play golf
but he played competitive sports in high school
and college. 1
"I didn't want my girls attending school
without being involved in sports and I wanted
them to be part of the school, part of what
makes that school great," he said.
West played softball for almost 10 years
before she ever picked up a golf club. She made
the change to better her chances for a schol-
arship, and she knew it was something she
could play for the rest of her life. West, who has
only been playing for about a year, had a diffi-
cult first season in 2005. She was Durant's No. 6
player and left off the roster for the district and
regional tournaments.
But when the season ended, her determi-
nation only intensified.
Amy and her father, Mark West, formulated a
practice schedule. She learned from a golf pr6,
which motivated her to improve her game the
following year.
"Amy plays every day," West said. "She only
missed maybe 25 days of practice since the end
of last season."
She has not only improved her game, but has
become one of the reasons for Durant's unde-
feated season this year.
"I want to go to state this year; I know I can
do it," West said.
Amy's personal best this season is a 1-over-
par 37, which came the same day recently as
Wyengyn's personal best.


Cougars Square Off Against Sharks


BIGGEST HOME GAME
IN RECENT MEMORY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
A loss to Newsome did not
sit well with the Durant foot-
ball team, but if the Cougars
are victorious tonight those


thoughts will vanish.
Durant takes on defending
6A-District 6 champion River-
view at the Ron Frost Athletic
Complex at 7:30. Amazingly
enough, in such a competitive
district, Durant could already
be assured a playoff spot with
one more round of league
games still to go.
For that to happen Durant


must win, and have Sarasota
Riverview defeat rival Sarasota
on Friday. That would mean
Durant and Sarasota River-
view are both 2-0 in district
play and will occupy the top
two spots in the district
regardless of what happens in
their Oct. 27 meeting.
See COUGARS, Page 19


Raiders


Face


Critical


Game

FIRST PLACE IS
ON THE LINE
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The most critical stage of
the Plant City Raiders' season
is here.
Tonight the Raiders visit
East Bay in the first of what
will be two consecutive Class
5A-District 7 football games.
Plant City and East Bay are
both 1-0 in the district, making
tonight's 7:30 game critical.
The winner takes, over first
place.
For the Raiders, a win and a
Brandon defeat of Blooming-
dale would be enough to lock
up the district championship.
"You don't want to hype it
too much, but the kids know
what's at stake," said Plant
City head coach Kevin Kelley.
The Raiders are playing
their best football of the
season. Last Friday Plant City
won its second game in a row,
30-6 at Tampa Bay Tech.
Jacari Bennett ran for 188
yards and Sirchauncy Hollo-
way added two touchdowns
to compliment a tenacious
defensive effort.
That defense will really be
called on this week. East Bay
runs the wishbone and has
been doing it well this season.
The Indians improved to 5-1
with a 21-7 win Friday against
King.
East Bay was shut out in the
first half, though, and King got
on the board first. But the
Indians returned the ensuing
kickoff for a score to tie the
game before putting away the
game with a pair of fourth-
quarter touchdowns.
"They try to run it about 50
times a game, but they'll
throw it four times too, and
you have to watch out for
that," Kelley said. "Inevitably
when they do pass, since it's
so unexpected, somebody
comes wide open. And so you
end up overprotecting for the
pass and that can hurt you
too."
A short week Hillsborough
County is playing its football
games Thursday as students
are off Friday before East
Bay is not the best set of cir-
cumstances but Kelley thinks
the Raiders will be ready. The
Raiders' defense has practiced
against a very talented scout-
team quarterback, led by none
other than Wayne Ward.
Ward, the all-time rusher at
Plant City, is an assistant
coach and offered to run the
scout team.
"He's back in shape. It really
helps having him out there. At
least were able to give the
defense a good luck at what to
expect," Kelley said.
Plant City (2-5) was at its

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Continued From Page 18
most intense defensively
against Tampa Bay Tech.
The Titans have a fairly tal-
ented freshman quarterback
in Tarean Austin, but his inex-
perience at not knowing when
to slide down gave the Raiders
some clean shots.
"Durant Lowe about took
his head off," Kelley said. Lowe
was also at the center of the
craziest play of the game.
Tampa Bay Tech tried a
screen pass on third down-
and-25 from its own 5-yard
line. Running back Antonio
Chow was nearly tackled in
the end zone but Denzel
Drone, who was outstanding
all night, missed a tackle. Lowe
also missed a chance and
ended up landing on his back-
.side around the goal line.


Meanwhile Chow scooted
down the sideline and
appeared headed for a touch-
down when Lowe hustled all
the way back to knock the ball
away. Drone recovered the
fumble.
From there the Raiders
rolled, with Bennett scoring
on an 86-yard run to extend
Plant City's lead to 20-6. Joh-
nathan Dupree had a 33-yard
field goal and Keith Dawson
capped the scoring with a 5-
yard TD run.
The defense totaled seven
sacks with Chase Thompson
and Ars.enio Durant getting in
on the fun.
"Everybody played, which
was good," Kelley said. "We
still had opportunities to sew
it up earlier but we fumbled at
the 1-foot line. We're still
making mistakes in the red
zone, which has killed us in
the past, and will kill us against


East Bay if we do it again."
The district's other two
teams, both 0-1, also play
tonight when Brandon hosts
Bloomingdale. That outcome
will decide whether or not the
East Bay-Plant City winner has
locked up a playoff spot, or
even the district champion-
ship.
If Plant City wins and Bran-
don is victorious, The Raiders
clinch the district. Even if the
Raiders lose Oct. 27 to Bloo-
mingdale they would still be
5A-7 champs due to a 2-1
record and wins over either
team that could tie them in the
standings (Brandon and East
Bay).
Hence, the ultra importance
of tonight's contest in Gibson-
ton.
"It's going to be a real good
game. Should have a lot of
brutal, tough action," Kelley
said..


Plant City Boys Golfers Advance


RAIDERS SECOND AT

DISTRICT TOURNEY
ByDAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
It's practically a given that
Bloomingdale will advance
each year to the state boys golf
tournament and Plant City is
more than happy to take the
remaining spot allowed in its
region.
That plan got off to a good
start on Monday when the
Raiders finished second in the
2A-District 11 tourney at Sum-
merfield Golf Club in River-
view. With more quality teams
set to convene Tuesday for the
2A-Regipn 4 tournament,
.second place will be harder to
come by-but that's where the


Raiders must finish to reach
state.
"It will be tight but I think
it's realistic. Real realistic,"
said Raiders' head coach Gary
Brady.
Plant City posted a score of
311 with four players finishing
in the top 20. Chad Ballantyne
was tops at 74, finishing in a
tie for sixth overall. Spencer
Baldwin came in with a 78,
despite a nine on one hole.
Also, Bradley Hall shot a
career-best 79 and Cody Lusk
carded an 80.
The back nine was the key
for the Raiders, as their score
of 150 was their best effort for
nine holes this season.
Bloomingdale finished 18
shots clear of the runner-up
Raiders, while Wharton
claimed the third spot.


COUGARS
Continued From Page 18


SHARP
Continued From Page 18


"No doubt, it's going to be
exciting," said Durant head
coach Mike Gottman, calling
tonight's contest the biggest
home game for Durant since
the 2003 state semifinal
season. "It's a chance to get
back to the playoffs. We have-
n't been there since '03 and
we're going to do everything
possible to get back."
After a rousing district vic-
tory at Sarasota, the Cougars
let down last last week and
paid for it on the scoreboard.
Newsome came away with a
16-3 victory.
Durant's defense played
very well but the offense,


unlike in the 31-point outing
against Sarasota,. could not
come through. Right before
halftime the Cougars were
down 3-0 and tried to at least
get a tying field goal but were
intercepted.
Then Durant turned it over-
to start the second half and
Newsome used the short field
to go in for a 10-0 lead.
"I'm not going to discredit
Newsome, because Newsome
came to play. But we were flat.
As a coach you don't
understand that sometimes,"
Gottman said."But if we beat
Riverview, I won't be worried
about it any more."


An Evan Kelly 32-yard field
goal in the third quarter was
Durant's only scoring.
Though Durant has the
better district standing, a win
over Riverview would still be
considered an upset. Last year
Riverview beat everyone in
6A-6 on the way to a 9-1
season, then went into the
second round of the playoffs.
This year the Sharks are an
impressive 5-1 (Durant is 4-3),
but their only loss happened
to be in district play, 21-10 to
Sarasbta Riverview. In that
game the Rams were able to
run the ball effectively.


meet.
"She's been ateIsome." said,
Plant City swim coach Corrie
Rennick, who thinks News-
ome may be the team to beat
at the upcoming district meet.
"When we swam against them,
they had 63 swimmers on their
team. They were like an army
- but they were really nice."
Rennick said senior Jordan
Naugle has been the strength
of the boys team, winning
most of his events despite not
being a year-round club swim-
mer.
While most of the individual
attention is lavished on the
two standout divers at Durant,


Chris Plante and Kaylee
Doback, they aren't the only
ones on the team.
Durant's boys improved to
5-1 by topping Bloomingdale.

Kelly paces Cougars
The Durant boys cross
country team had a good
showing in last week's Millard
Shumate Invitational at Picnic
Island.
Durant finished in third
place led by Khemaron Kelly,
who came in third with a
three-mile time of 17:40. John
Mitchell also finished in the
top 10, in sixth place 13 sec-
onds behind Kelly.


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Street Restaurant, 712 S.
Collins St.
Call: 752-4104.
Free classes for those who
have gone through a divorce
or are facing Sundays from 5
to 6:15 p.m.
"Music to Grow On", a
group music class for pre-
schoolers.
Each class meets weekly for
45 minutes and experiences
basic music concepts through
instruments, moving, singing,
steady beat and more.
Morning and afternoon
classes offered.
Call: 750-4878.

Jewish services
Temple Emanuel, 600 Lake
Hollingsworth Drive, Lake-
land, serves the Jewish com-
munity in Eastern
Hillsborough and Polk coun-
ties. Call: (863) 682-8616.

Parenting support group
The Most Holy Mother of
God Orthodox Catholic
Church, 3820 Moores Lake
Road in Dover, plans parent-
ing support group the last
Tuesday of each month from 7
to 9 p.m. beginning Sept. 26.
The class includes first aid and
safety tips for parents. Call:
659-0123.

Faith Family Outreach Church
Faith Family Outreach
Church of Plant City, a multi-
cultural word-based faith
ministry, offers worship serv-
ices on Sundays at 10 a.m. at
the John R. Trinkle Center at
Hillsborough Community
College, 1206 North Park
Road
Information: 759-9273 or
www.ffocpc.com.

Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W. Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages Sundays at
9 a.m.; Sunday worship serv-
ices 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.

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 dif-


ferent speaker. Call: Edith Lang-
ston, 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
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
weekdays 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 basketball 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.

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119
N. Gordon St., offers adult
Sunday school at 10 a.m. fol-
lowed by the 11 a.m. service
and youth Sunday school.
Ongoing classes are offered
Wednesday mornings and
Thursday evenings. Also, a
potluck dinner is offered the
.first Sunday of every month
after the service. Call: 659-
2624.

Ministry seeks donations
METS Ministries' New
Beginnings program is seeking
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, emergency shelter-and
prescription drugs and is seek-
ing donations of riding mowers
for its lawn mowing program.
All gifts are tax deductible.
Call: Edith Langston, 754-1096
or 759-0607.

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. Communion is cele-
brated 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 a.m. Classes are avail-
able 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 worship
at 10:45 a.m. (with Children's
Church) and evening worship
at 6 p.m. There is a Bible study
for all ages on Wednesday from
6 to 8:30 p.m.
Call: 754-2681.


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Hillsborough County the
Tampa Workforce Alliance.
So far 35 employers have
signed up for the event. Among
those are Best Buy in Brandon,
Hillsborough County civil
service, Colonial Bank, Dart
Container and International
Paper. Organizers hope more
than 200 people participate.
Job fair attendees are advised
to bring resumes and dress for
an interview. Optional work-
shops to prepare for the fair are
planned Oct. 16 ("Dress to Suc-
ceed"), Oct. 17 ("Writing your
Resume -and Oct. 18 (Interview
Techniques").
The service center will pro-
vide clothing for the dress for
success classes and the job fair.
Clients, will be able to keep
those clothes if they can't afford


their own. There will also
Spanish and sign language
interpreters available and
assistance with any online
applications, if necessary.
"We we will also enter data
for them if they cannot see or
have a language barrier,"
Smoot said.
I Jimmy Surin is running the
workshops. Surin heads the
Plant City Career Center at
Hillsborough Community
College.
"Some people may have
the skills to do a job, but if
you can't display those skills,
you won't get the job.
Employers are not mind
readers," Surin said.
For information on work-
shops, call Surin at 757-2106.
For job fair information, call
Smoot or Bill Falcone at 757-
3871. Falcone is an employ-
ment counselor based at the
service center.


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The Pregnancy Care Center
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offers free pregnancy tests,
information and confidential
support.
The center is open week-
days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Volunteers are needed. Call:
759-0886.

Red Cross seeking volunteers
The American Red Cross
Tampa Bay Chapter is seeking
active or retired nurses with
RN or LPN licenses to serve as
volunteers.
Volunteer nurses serve as
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS


Oct. 14
O'Brien's Irish Pub presents Wall of Echoes, A
Tribute to Pink Floyd, in concert as a tribute to the
arrival of The Vietnam Wall The Wall of Echoes
9 p.m.; tickets are $10 and 50 percent of the
proceeds will benefit The Greater Brandon
Community Foundation and The Haley House.
701 W. Lumsden Road, Brandon
Oct. 17
The Wall travels from Tallahassee to the Plant City
Strawberry Festival grounds to meet the motorcycle
escort.
Departing time 9:30-10 a.m. ETA Westfield
Brandon is 10:30-11 a.m. Wall setup ceremony
follows.

Oct. 18 and 19
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vieW the 5.8,000-C nrinames of Arriericanis. whri, died-
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and.women who have made significant sacrifices
for our country and community. For more
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will remind future generations
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people of-the-Plant City were
ready to step forward and
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cocktails, a silent auction and
costume contest. Tickets are
$75 per person.
The club is raising funds to
support the Project Diction-
ary, which gives each fifth-
grader in public school his or
her own school dictionary.
Additionally, the club sup-
ports Seminars for Tomor-
row's Leaders, a week-long
seminar for high school sen-
iors. Deadline for ordering
tickets is Oct. 16. Call Mike
McMinn 719-3959.

Youth Halloween
costume party
The next Kids Night Out, a
monthly event for youth ages
6 to 11 at Planteen Recreation
Center, 301 Dort St., will fea-
ture a Halloween costume
party. Youths can also enjoy
pizza, arts and crafts and
movies at the event Oct. 21
from 6 to 9 p.m. Cost: $5.
SInformation: www.plant
citygov.com/rec, click the
Kid's Night Out link, or con-
tact Chris Washburn at cwash-
.burn@plantcitygov.com or
call 659-4200, Ext. 4340.

Community yard sale
The Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Recreation Center, 1601 E.
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,
plans a community yard sale
Oct. 21 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- Donations and sponsorships
are welcomed and all pro-
ceeds go to the annual Christ-
mas In The Park event in
December. Contact La'Tosha
Lewis at llewis@plantcitygo-
v.com or call 757-9195.

Foundation plans 'Fall Fancy'
The South Florida Baptist
Hospital Foundation plans its
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10:30 a.m. -The Wall opening ceremony

Oct. 21
Dusk Candlelight ceremony

Oct. 22
10:30 a.m. Church service at military field
hospital
5:30-6 p.m. Closing ceremonies emceed by Bob
Hite of WFLA News Channel 8

United We Stand Fall Festival, Winthrop Barn,
East of Providence Road on Bloomingdale Avenue
Featuring arts and crafts, 9:30 a.m. pancake break-
fast, noon 5 p.m. pumpkin painting for children, local
bands perform concerts through 10 p.m.


group are: State Rep. Rich
Glorioso, City Manager David
Sollenberger, Willie Nabong,
Stanley Kolker, Rick Lott, Sally
Raburn, Mac Smith, Jerry
Stein, Liesta Sykes, Ed Verner,
Phil Waldron, Danny Coton
and Joe Sedita.
For more information, call
Kolker at 757-6277, or the
photo archive at 754-1578.


4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
home of Richard and Mona
Fulmer, 1201 Pinedale Drive.
The event, which includes a
buffet lunch, tabletop shop-
ping and mini fashion show,
benefits the St. Joseph Chil-
dren's wing at Florida Baptist.
A self-guided tour of the
home is also planned. The
home, remodeled in an Old-
World style, includes an
expansive putting green, out-
door cabana with fireplace, a
mahogany-paneled pub room
and an outdoor kitchen.
Fashions from Sisters and
Co., My Girlfriend's Place,
Denise Young's Boutique and
Tamela's Boutique will be
modeled by members of the
community. The fashion show
will run from noon to 1 p.m.
Boutique vendors for tab-
letop shopping include Adri-
a's, Sisters and Co., My
Girlfriend's Place, Denise
Young's Boutique, Gifts Etc. at
South Florida Baptist, MRI
Find Gifts, Sassy but Classy
Accessories, and Southern
Living at Home.
Tickets are $30 per,person
and sponsorships, ranging
from $50 to $750, are also
available.
Call 757-8478 by Oct. 26 to
make reservations.

Fall festival
Knights Baptist Church
plans a fall festival Oct. 21
from 4 to 6 p.m. with free food
and games for the whole
family. Attendees can wear a
hat and be a part of the "Crazy
Hat Contest" with prizes for
first and second place for ages
11 and under and 12 and up.
The church is at the corner
of Paul Buchman Highway
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OCTOBER 12, 2006 THE COURIER 31


(( Retail Buildings )]
LAKELAND 42 +/- acres
w/buildings located
N.E. corner Hwy 92 &
Wabash Ave. Easy 1-4
access. $5M. Owner/
Agent. 863-682-4111.







REAL ESTATE
FOR RENT

Apartments- 11
B Furnished JJ
YBOR CITY-
Close to 7th Avenue. Just
remodeled 1br, iba,
600/mo. Also 2br, 2ba,
850/mo 813-310-1880.
ask mgr for special

1 Apartments -
S i Unfurnished
EFFICIENCIES $100/wk
APTS $150/wk. Also
HOUSES for rent
furn/unfurnished wkly
monthly. 813-217-5795
(Spanish: 813-774-4696)
LIVE OAKS/NEW TAMPA
6BR/5BA, 3cg $3000 mo.
& $3000 deposit.
4BR/2.5BA, 2 cg $1800
month & $1800 deposit.
813-363-1539
SOUTH TAMPA HEART
OF HYDE PARK CONDO
2BED/2BATH BEAUTI-
FULLY REMODELED
POOL, CALL ANDREW
FOR DETAILS
(843)-298-1313

( Condominiums /n
BRANDON Courtney
Palms luxury 2br, 2ba,
condo, gated, pool, club-
house. water view,
near 175 & Crosstown.
$1000/mo. 941-714-0778








PLANT CITY 1910 Cedar
Run Sat m Sunday
Oct14 & 15 11AM-4PM
Beautiful 2/2 end unit
w/new kitchen new A/C
& new privacy fence Pool
$1.100 mo. 1st & last
239-642-8805
TAMPA PALMS
Beautiful upscale
condos for rent. 2 & 3
bedrooms. Rent to own
specials up to 1/2 of
your monthly rent ap-
Call 813-866-4000

( Duplex/Triplex )]
Plant City
new 3br, 2.5ba, town
home. Credit check
required. No dogs.
$995/mo. + $500 Dep.
813-764-8030

( Houses Furnished
BRANDON/VALRICO, Gor-
geous new SFR in gated
comm.w gym,clubns++.
2-5 br (availfurn) 4 ba.
office bonus rm. pool.
GREA golf, trees lake
VIEW. Neg.888 568-8143

((Houses Unfurnished))
APOLLO BEACH Brand
New,- 4BR, 3BA, 3CG,
w/bonus rm, covered
lanai, lake, all appis,
blinds, lawncare incl.
$1795 mo. 813-789-2662
CARROLLWOOD VILLAGE,
large 4/2, pool/pond,
Ige corner lot, cul-de-
sac, $1,975/mo. Includ
lawn/pool maint & all
appl. 813-220-7060.
CORK Area 3/2/1 block
mint cond, large yard
$1295 mo + sec 752-1957
CORK Area, Iro 2br, Iba,
w/CHA, porch, dei gar.
$950/mo + sec,
752-4235
FISHHAWK RANCH, 4br
2ba 3car, formal liv.,
din a plus schools
apil. included. 2140 s0
living, avail 11/1. $1600
+ sec. 813-323-2161.



NEW TAMPA
beautiful comer house,
3br dba,2cg, 1860sf.
813-493-6755
NEW TAMPA, Seven Oaks
2 yrs old 3br, 2ba, 2cg,
vault ceils comm pool
ten crts, fitness center
clubhouse $1150/mo.
avail now 913-741-2912
PLANT City, Brandon,
Vairico, Riverview Ybor
Homes/Condos $1 100-
$2 750mo. Prof. Prop
Mngt. 813-747-1128
www.pcprofessional,
property.com
You'll find value buys
advertised in Classifieds.


S((Houses Unfurnished))
PLANT CITY Walden Lake
4br, 2ba, pool home,
1600sf, carpeted BRs,
tile throughout. $1406
mo & $1400 sec dep.
813-763-2335 / 763-5062
SEMINOLE Heights
***Why Rent.?***
GREA Lease Option for
a 3/1; Free Gift on
move-in $1500/mo-4k
down; 813-468-9398
SPRING Hill Nice home,
Good neighborhood,
2br, 2ba, cg,TV rm,
$850/mo, garbage
included 1st last, sec,
V 352-683-2530 I
VALRICO, 1505 Graywood
Court, 4bd, 2ba, 2cg,
pool mature trees &
neighborhood. Near
Bloomingdale HS,
$1500/mo 813-597-9967
VALRICO, Brand new,
single family home,
4BR, 2BA, 2CG 2026sf
Gated & Golf comm,
$1450/mo.Call
Raji:(813)333-5210
WESLEY Chapel, single-
family home, built in
2006, 3 br, 2 ba, 1900
sq. ft., appliances,
comm. pool, gated
comm., Pasco, $1350
(813)994-8367
Loma@Lomamgt.com

((Lease Option to Buy))
BRANDON 2000 SF home,
rent option to buy, 3/2
w/pool, FP, CH&A, all
appIs, ceramic tile,
$1595 mo + dep.
813-244-2516.

((Manufactured Homes))
Valrico 3 b r, 2 b a
doublewide, central air,
washer & dryer hookup,
no pets. Nice area. $500
deposit & $200/week.
813-746-7695/759-9353

( Rooms for Rent
BRANDON Great Loca-
tion, 4 bedroom, 2.5
bath, 2 car garage, near
75 and Brandon Mall,
$475/month plus 1/4 util-
ities. 813-363-1887
EFFICIENCIES $100/wk
APTS $150/wk. Also
HOUSES for rent
furn/unfurnished, wkly/
monthly. 813-217-5795
(Spanish: 813-774-4696)
NORTH Tampa-USF area
Sub-lease in Campus
Lodge, females only.
$469/mo w/$100 move-
in bonus email:
rm _2_le@hotmail.com








RECREATION


Campers / Travel 1
Trailers JJ
24' 2004 Golf String lite,
sleeps 6, qn bed air,
like new, inci hitch.
Kept under cover.
$10,900 813-685-7944
40FT 2006 HERITAGE 4
slide outs, washer, dry-
er, 2 ACs, awning, more.
Sleeps 6, Clean! 27,550
obo 813.391.6248
I BUY TRAVEL TRAILERS,
5TH WHEELS &
PARK MODELS
CALL Dave ANYTIME
813-713-3217

((Motor Homes / RVs))
23' Winnebago with
38,000 mi., very good
cond., very clean inside
& out, $7000 Call Steve
813-766-6132
33' 2004 Itasca Sunrise 2
slides, 10K miles.
$75,000. Many, many
up rades. Cal for more
info. 863-655-0232
35' 1990 Airstream 350
Classic LE, loaded, all
avail ops, w/gen & 1999
Saturn tow car & 2 elect
scooters, Immaculate
cond! Must sell due to
death in family, $37,000
obo. 352-455-1629 or
727-236-5632
35' 1999 WINNEBAGO
BRAVE. Beautiful coach,
slide, V10 new tires,
loaded w/options, tow
pkg. $42K 813-677-6202
36' 1997 PACE ARROW,
14K miles, levelers, cam-
era, awning, washer,
power steering, $39,900.
813-301-0208
37' 1995 Fleetwood Pace
Arrow, Clean Top of the
Line Fully Loaded
w/Extras, New Trans.
$40,000 813-661-2087
37.5FT Newmar 1995
Kountry Star Model
3756 slide out, W/D,
new tires, extra clean.
$35.5K obo 813-810-2886
4' 2001 American Eagle,
Loaded, Showroom-
cond. Priced to sell!
863-838-4600


((Motor Homes / RVs))
40' Executive 1989 diesel
pusher, diesel genera-
tor, very luxurious,
great buy at $31,000.
Low miles. 352-207-6227
888-Bates RV Nearly
600 Airstream Jayco
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 *pa.


STORAGE 5515 Cause-
way Blvd, RVs Cars,
Trucks, Trirs. $50/mo.
Riverview, Brandon,
Valrico 813-220-1538

SRVs / Campers 1
Wanted
40' 2006 MONACO Diplo-
mat 1700 mi, 4 slides,
$211k or take over pay-
ments. 239-989-2057 or
iv msg at 239-415-0863
LOOKING to Buy
Used Travel Trailer
or 5th Wheel.
Will Pay Cash!
Call (727) 459-3856.

(( Swimming Pools ]
SOLAR PANELS (7),
Helacoils, 12x4, hard-
ware and plumbing
pipes, $700.
all 813-484-6091

f( Boats
08' FIBERGLASS TRI-
HULL, built-in bait
wells, 5001b davit&dolly.
New 4HP Yamaha mo-
tor $1850, 813-641-1667
18' Flats and Bay, 1999,
New Deck, 2001 Merc
Optimax 135, 250 hrs,
Tuned and ready to go
24v motorguide 67 Lb.
2001 Alum Trlr $12,400
obo 813-299-1870



18' Four Winds Bow Rid-
er 1999, 130HP Johnson,
low hrs, bimini full cvr,
fresh wtr use, trlr exc.,
$8,100. 813-645-9553
19' 1989 Javelin Bow-
rider, 200 hp Evinrude
runs good fast, nice int.
alumtrlrr $3500
941-735-6177 Sarasota
22' 2005 Chaparral
Sunesta, 57 hours,
High & Dry storage,
4.7 Mercruiser Inboard,
$25,500 813-786-8464
22' SEAFOX '02, 150
Merc CC, w/trlr, T top,
fish finder, GPS, marine
radio, stereo trim tabs,
exc $17900 813-909-9857
23' Chaparral 2000, 233
Sunesta deck boat, new
5.7 mercruiser head,
extras, MUST SELL $17K
obo 813-731-0019 or
813-887-3332
28' FOUR Winns 288 Vista
2004, twin Mercs. 5.0
w/low hrs, generator.
$20k under mkt, $69,900
727-418-8070 ID#



31' SeaRay, 310
Sundancer, 1999,
Prisitine cond. Must sell
for health reasons.
NADA book value
$93,000. Will sell for
69,900 813-814-4410
40' 1988 EGG HARBOR,
Cat engines Onan, en-
closed fly bridge, A-l
maintained, beautiful
int., $140K, 863-533-9495
LARGEST Volume Pon-
toon Dealer in Florida.
See New Sea King Boats!
www.donsboating.com
813-677-1300
Several Storm Damaged
& Donated Boats. Will
Buy &Sell. Call Mike
727-204-7988.
ID#1886152



((Boat Slips / Storage))
ISLAND Estates Yacht
Club slips from $125K to
$299K Weichert, Real-
tors Sun Sand & Sea
Homes (727) 687-9980
Pasadena Yacht & CC.
Deep water boat slips
for sale/lease. Limited
number available. Call
727-381-7922 xt 12
pyccmembership@tam
pabay.rr.com

( Boat Supplies &
Accessories
BOATLIFT & cradle, the
finest alum. boatlift &
stainless hardware, 8-
24KIb, professional in-
stall, available (remote
avail.). Pateco Manufac-
turer, Inc. 727-397-8130

(( Boats Wanted I.
Boat Donations Wanted
To Support Clearwater
Marine Aquarium,
Tax Deductible
727-441-I79P X235 -


Auto Engines / il
Parts / Misc. JJ
Bay Area Motor Works
Engine rebuild & install
Up to 3yr warranty
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt 90 days
up to 3 yrs warr. M-F 9-
5. Mem BBB Installs
avail. 813-875-1500
MOTOR & Transmission,
complete, 2.8 L V6,
$50 obo.
813-645-4850.

f( Trailers-Tractors ])


BUY


28' Refrigerated Produce
Selling Trailer, ready to
go on your location. w/
ANY EXTRAS $39K
727.534-6157

Of Trucks Light Duty )
DODGE 2000 RAM 1500
Club Cab silver 4WD,
8cyl, cold A/C, 110K mi,
exc cond. $8,400 obo
813-653-1754/434-5689
FORD 1992 Ranger V6,
cold A/C, 5 spd,CD
FM/AM camper top
runsgreat! $2,150 obo.
Call 813-842-2029.
Ford 1993 SVT Lightning,
351, GT 40, heads & in-
take. Heavy duty trans,
4 10 gears. New com-
puter, brakes, all new
ice cold AC & stereo CD.
Recent tune-up. Runs &
looks very good. $7500
obo 813-239-6942
FORD 2002 Explorer
Sport Trac, V6, sunrf, 7
yr 75K wrnty, cap w/
spoiler, garaged, 64K
mi. $15.3K. 813-326-5406
FORD 2006 F150 XL Near-
ly New, Only 7K Mi!
5spd Trans, Upgraded
Sound, Below Dr price!
$15,900 813-390-0044
GMC 1999 Sierra SLE
longbed, reg cab, auto,
all pwr options exc.
cond. 99K mi, $5350 obo
813-300-0114
NISSAN 1993 Pickup au-
to trans, power steer-
ing, power brakes, AC
130K mi. $2450 or' bes
offer, 813-598-6216
NISSAN 2002 Frontier,
crew cab, V6, auto, 64k,
trailer pkg, alarm, orig
owner, $10,000.
813-966-5412
NISSAN 2005 TITAN SE
King Cab, green, 13K
mi, 8 cyl like new, 5 yr
wrnty, 18,500. obo ID
#1885907. 813-679-5991



TOYOTA 1998 red T100
154,000 mi, 2 door, auto
V6, 2WD A/C, alloy
wheels, cass, cruise,
driver airbag, pwr locks
and windows, Ext. cab;
bed liner and tow hitch;
$5000 (813)486-9525;

f( Trucks Heavy Duty ])
FORD 1987 F250 long bed
with cab, 137K mi,
many new parts, $2,000
or best offer.
727-744-3218

( Vans )
CHEVY 1988 Astro Mini
Van, 180K mi, maroon,
Goodyear GT Eagle tires
PB, PS, AC runs good.
$700obo 813-835-3837
CHEVY, 1999 Astro Van
Clean 7 passan er, dual
air, runs an d looks
great. $5500. CASH
ONLY. 813-754-4949
CHEVY 1999 Express Car-
go Van, G3500, V8,
good condition. 130K
mi. $7,000obo
813-854-5687
CHRYSLER 1999 Town &
Country Limited, excel-
lent condition, $5000
813-310-2651
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor,
wheelchair ramp & tie
downs, 22K miles. For
more info 727-492-1630
FORD 1994 E250, racks,
bins ready to work,
good running cond.
good tires & brakes,
2000 obo 813-917-3836
FORD 1999 Windstar LE
Silver, Good Cond. Low
mileage, Loaded,
$4,90Oobo
813-926-0754
Sell it today.
813-259-7500


FORD 2006 E350 XLT, 12
passenger van, burgun-
dy, 27,000 miles, excel-
lent condition $13,900
obo. 813-767-9309.

h' ei* Buy

MERCURY 2 0 0 5
Monterey, 5DR, 22K mi.
extras! $17,000.
813-493-4565

NISSAN 1999 Quest GXE
91K, V6, all power, CD
changer, dual side
doors, runs/looks great,
$5900. 727-687-0918
((Sports Utility Vehicles)]
BMW 2003 X5, 3.0, sport
pkg low miles. gar
Kept, exc. cond. Ithr
gray int. silver ext.
moonrf, Must Sell
$25900obo 813-924-1393
BMW 2004 X5, 3.0, V6,
AWD, black w/tan leath-
er, sunroof, 44k miles;
equipped w/all options.
Showroom condition,
$27,700. Call Rick at
347-615-6390.







Cadillac 2003 Escalade,
Pearl with Tan Leather.
Fully Loaded, 22" Cus-
tom Wheels 50K Mi.
$31,000 813-926-0779
CHEVY 2004 SUBURBAN
LT black fully loaded,
bench 2/3, hwy. miles,
immacu ate! $23,000.
813-731-3141
FORD 1996 Explorer XLT
New motor (under war-
rantyg). Very Clean De-
pendable vehicle. 1st
$4500 813-310-7749
FORD 2000 Explorer, Lim-
ited, Like New Luxury
only 47K Mi, All Power
options incl Tow Pkg,
$8,599 813-390-0044
FORD 2001 Expedition
XLT Black, 3rd row seat,
6 disc changer. Moving:
Must Sell $8300
561-707-1962
INFINITI 1999 QX4 SUV,
94k miles leather,
moon roof, Bose stereo,
roof rack tow pkg.
$12,500. 813-505-9842.
ISUZU 2001 Rodeo, 55K
mi, 4WD, auto, black,
pw, dl,CD, runs exc.
$8506Obo. 508-208-2177
JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
kee Leather, fully pow-
ered, air bag, clean, 90k
miles, $6500 obo813-
926-4236/813-433-8524.
LEXUS 2004 RX330,1
owner, 25K mi, leather,
moonroof, 6 Cb, N.S.
Immaculate! $29,000
Call (941) 377-5758
Suburban 2004 Z-71,
4WD, Luxury package,
rear benchsun root,
multi-CD, XMSR, load-
ed, VGC, 63,500 hwy
mi., non-smoker, 1
owner. $24,500.
(813)318-2337
tremi@earthlink.net
TOYOTA 1993 LAND
CRUISER. Excellent con-
dition but high road
miles. 8 passenger
leather interior. $7500
obo. 813-505-1860
TOYOTA 2004 4Runner
SR5 V6, AT, 3rd row,
seats 7 29K, fact warr.
Original owner Mint
$20,500 813 363-9669


((sports Utility Vehicles))
TOYOTA 2005 Forerun-
ner, 18k mi, 1 owner, ga-
raged, sunrf, Ithr, V6
loaded, silver. Mint condo
$26,400 813-928-4980
[( Motorcycles )J
GSXR 2006 1000 Flawless
Life time offer" Up for
sale a very well kept
2006 GSXR 1000
Flawless, with 2250
mi,$3100, one owner,
adult ridden, clean title.
contact
newsuzukilover@aol.co
m
HARLEY 1994 Sportster,
adult owned forward
controls, custom seat,
lots of chrome, low mile-
age, exc cond. $3950
obo. 352-999-1568.




MILEAGE
Harley Davidson 2002
Ultra Classic, Stage 2
kit installed, 8,200
miles, lots of chrome,
garage kept, lift in-
cluded $14,500.
(813)505-3458

HARLEY DAVIDSON 2006
Screamin' Eagle Fat Boy
extra pipes, extra seats,
$28,000 or best offer.
352-754-2417
HD -2003 Anniversary
VROD 7000mi, $15,000
silver-blk, Rinehart exh
+ race tuner & $2500 in
extras. 813-391-6838
HD SOFTAIL 'DEUCE'
BLUE 12K mi EXECcond
CUSTOM PAINT LEATH-
ER CHROME MUST SEE
$16.5K obo Trailer &
Financing avail
(813) 963-1533
HONDA 1998 American
Classic Edition. Adult
owned, low mileage,
exc cond. Ride with the
big boys. Must sell
$3650 obo 352-999-1568
SUZUKI 1999 DR650 Dual
sport exc cond, 5900
street miles, $2400
Eves: 813-837-5316
Days: 813-240-7255
MINT '93 Yamaha VIRA-
GO XV1100 Black, drag
bars Jardine pipes &
saddle bags 7630mi ON-
LY $3900 813-714-3006

C( Golf Carts )

GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers, parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin

C( ATVs )I
BANSHEE 2001 too many
extras to list $4000-
SUZUKI 2003 Z400 Nerf
bars & hole shots. $3800
must sell 813-448-4489

((Automobiles Wanted))
$$$ CASH $$$
For Cars, Trucks &
Vans Any Price/An
Time CALL ME FIRST!
727-505-3882
CASH ON THE SPOT
Cars, Trucks, Vans
Running Or Not
Free Pick Up, 24/7
813-416-1082
CASH PAID For Cars
Running or Not! We'll
come pick it up!
Paying a little bit more!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
Thank you for reading
our Classifieds.


((Automobiles Wanted)]
HELP FIGHT
CHILDREN'S
CANCER
Please
DONATE
CARS
Trucks-Boats-RVs
Any Car Any Condition
No Restrictions
TAX DEDUCTIBLE
FREE PICKUP
Am. Children's Soc
800-714-3575
www.childrens
charities.com
Cash Paid for SUV's,
Trucks, Van's & cars.
Running or not.
Dependable pick .up.
Call 813-610-7887

((Classics & Antiques))
CADILLAC 1984 Sedan
DeVille Exc. Cond.
131K Mi, All Mainte-
nance Records,
$4,500obo 813-924-7423
CORVETTE 1977, T-tops,
* 50K actual miles,
leather, in storage 13
yrs, ori car, $9999.
813-633-3294
FORD 1959 GALAXIE-
2-door sedan, red/
white, auto transmis-
sion runs good, $7,200.
813-728-6442

(C Station Wagons )
BUICK 1995 Roadmaster
Station Wagon, 350 LT1
motor runs good, body
straight and clean.
$1300obo. 813-251-0957

((Automobiles for Sale))
2004 Toyota Tundra -
Must See! Custom ex-
tras include 20 inch
wheels, chrome pack-
age, DVD system. Also
comes equipped w/slid-
ing rear window and
towing package. Price
$23500 Call 850-443-

A A Rated Donation Do-
nate Your Car, Boat or
Real Estate IRS Tax De-
ductible. Free Pick-
Model/Condition Help
Underprivileged
Children
www.outreachcenter.or
g 1-800-693-7911
AUDI 2003 A6 2.7T AWD
41K Crystal Blue, BBS,
Certified Ext. warranty
can be transferred 813-
777-7823 $24.5K obo
pmcintire@healthdatat
ech.com
BMW 1999 Z3, 2.8116, 24v
fi engine, 98,600 mi,
met. black, convertible,
chrome wheels, new
tires, outstanding condi-
tion. $12,999. 813-695-
6564 Web #1889075



BUICK 1997 Park Ave.
red, above average
cond. 87K mi. leather,
like new tires $5500
813-887-5488 Iv msg.
BUICK 2006 Lacrosse,
leather, heated/cooled
seats lumbar, traction
control under 10k warr,
$18,656 941-924-7930
CADILLAC 2003 CTS
Silver/blk, sport pckg 5
spd, 17" chrm wis,
snroof, Bose stereo. 35K
mi $21,900 813-714-0986
CHEVY 1998 Monte
Carlo, Clean every-
thing exc. cond. Must
see to appreciate.
$2200.813-361-7640


((Automobiles for Sale)]
CHEVY 2006 Impala LT
12,950 Mi Burg/Gry1
Wrnty, Carfax Cert. 17"
whls, CD, Spoiler, Tint,
Wood Dir Svcd. $14,200
727-776-5432



CHRYSLER 1997 Con-
corde LXI Very Clean.
Runs Good, 91K miles.
$2,950. South Tampa.
813-956-2371
CHRYSLER 2000 SEBRING
JXI, silver, gorgeous
car, all power, leather
interior 1 owner,
$8,900. 727-376-4715
DODGE 1995 NEON $1400
Runs great, 102K miles,
4dr, A/C, auto, white,
good condition.
13-388-3709
DODGE 1999 Neon 4dr,
auto, AC, gas saver, tint
clean. 4 new tires,
brakes & water pump.
$1995obo 813-298-7219
DODGE 2005 VIPER Conv.
SRT-10 Yellow/ bik/blk
upgraded audio, adult
own Non-smoker. 3500
mi. Garaged. Awesome!
Book value $68K+. Sell
$65K. Tony 215-651-9268
also have GTO's.-,
DONATE YOUR CAR,
BOAT OR RV TO HELP
CHILDREN FIGHTING
DIABETES. Tax deducti-
ble, free towing need
not run. Please call Juve-
nile Diabetes Research
Foundation #1-800-578-
0408!
DONATE YOUR CAR -
SPECIAL KIDS FUND! Be
Special Help Disabled
Children with Camp and
Education. Fast, Easy
Free Towing. Tax Deduc.
tible. Please Call Now
1-866-448-3865.
DONATE YOUR CAR..To
The Cancer Fund of
America. Help Those
Suffering With Cancer
Today. Free Towing and
Tax deductible. 1-
800-835-9372
www.cfoa.org
FORD 2002 FOCUS ZX3
must sell $6,328 or best
offer. Call Larry at -
813-601-2534

HONDA 2006 S2000,
4700 Mi, Laguna blue,
beautiful like new,
$29,500
813-810-2181
HYUNDAI 2006 Sonata
GLS, 13,950 mi, wht/ tan
fact wrty, Car fax cert,
all opts, dir svcd, CD.
$14,450 727-776-5432
Web ID # 1842125
INFINITI 2003 G35 Sedan.
Red, wrnty, 6 spd Bose
Clean & loaded, Ithr,
CD chgr, spoiler, 54k mi
$19,9910 813-417-8448



JAGUAR 2001 S Type
sedan, 4.0,
$18,000
813-785-9863
Jaguar 2001 S Type
Silver w/black weather
interior, asking $10,800
Showroom Condition !!
Call 813-294-6584.
KIA 2003 Rio Cinco 5 door
wagon, like new, $7900
loa ed only 43K miles.
Beautiful, balance of
Kia warty. 727-967-3761.
LEXUS 2005 GS430, 23K
mi., silver w/ bik Ithr,
NAV/ ML Audio, exc.
cond., sunroof, spoiler.
$37,900 813-689-2109


((Automobiles for Sale))
MAZDA 1998 626 LX, 133K
Body & engine in good
condo, needs new trans,
orig owner leather sun
rf, $1800 813-334-7800
MERCEDES 1985 380SL
Convertible, auto, PS, PB,
A/C, Lthr white w/grey
with hardtop. 155K mi.
$8K obo. 813-253-2531.
Mercedes 1986 420 SEL, 2
owner exc shape, 130k
mi, cold air, mechani-
cally sound $5900 obo.
813-988-1212.

ick&Buy

MERCEDES 1999 E300
turbo dsl, fast & 36mpg,
88K mi. white w/ parch-
ment int. $21,500.
863-688-9071 Lakeland
MERCEDES 2000 E430,
58k, blk, sport, factory
warr, exc cond, 8
airbags, cd lyr. Asking
$19,975. 727-481-7925
MERCEDES 2001 SL500,
bik/blk, new conv. top
AMG wheels, CD, great
cond. below avg mi.
$29,400 813-988-8994
MERCEDES 2003 S55AMG
Mint cond. Moving Must
Sell, Price reduced, Sil-
ver Extr Black Int.
$63,500 .727-543-4412
MERCEDES 2004 S430,
white, beige leather
fully equipped, 24K
miles, $53,90.
813-301-0208
MERCEDES Benz 2002
CLK 430 Cabriolet
Silver w/blk top. 1i
owner, 50K mi, grt cond
$29,300 813-468-7665
MUSTANG 1994 Convt.
GT, 5.0, teal, 110K mi
very nice shape.
$7,000, (813)654-2163

PONTIAC 1999 Grand Prix
GT, all power, new AC,
new tires, gold/gold,
clean, $4200
813-766-8810
PORSCHE 1996 993
Cabriolet red tan int, 6
spd, newrf, 44.700 mi,
*PRICE REDUCED *
$33,500. 727-539-8938
PORSCHE 2004 Carrera
Coupe, 11K mi, silver/
blue Cert., ext warr.,
$59K. obo 813-873-0576
day 813-287-0187 Eve
VOLVO 1988 740 Turbo,
4DR sedan non-smkr,
145K mi, gold, auto, pw
$950 obo. 813-681-1558
Iv msg if no answer
VOLVO 2004 S80, 28K
miles, 2.5T, 20-30mpg,
moon dust metallic,
leather, luxury, perfect,
warr, photos. $24,000.
Mark 727-403-7554

&* Buy

VW 2003 Jetta, 4 dr auto,
2WD AM/FM radio, A/C,
bucket seating, CD,
cruise, all pwr exc cond.
$10 900 (813) 727-0266
clwf@msn.com
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880 W State Road 436
Altamonte Springs
407.389.1860
829 N Alafaya Trail Orlando
(Waterford Lakes Shopping Center)
407.382.1505
1301 WesftOsceola Parkway Kissimmee
(South Orlando near The Loop)
407.943.2080


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4025 Hwy 98 North Lakeland
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2615 Vildibil Drive 1 Brandon
(1-75 North Across from Brandon Mall)
813.654.5955


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Number One
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8000 US Highway 19N
Pinellas Park
800.477.0097


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Monday-Saturday: 1 Oam-9pm I Sunday: 1 Oam-6pm


*27 months free financing on approved credit. NO MINIMUM PURCHASE REQUIRED. Financing provided by CitiFinancial Retail Services Division of Citicorp Trust Bank fsb. The amount financed is divided by the
number of months in the Free Financing promotional period to determine equal monthly payments to be made during the Free Financing period. Finance charges will not be charged on the amount financed
if the account is paid as agreed. Standard APR 23.50%, minimum finance charge 504. SEE STORE FOR DETAILS. Some pieces and fabric prints may vary by region. Selection may vary by store. Although every
precaution is taken, errors in price and/or specification may occur in print. We reserve the right to correct any such errors. Prices valid for a limited time only. Participation times may vary. HomeStores are
.independently owned and operated. An amount equal to sales taxes and delivery charges must be paid at the time of purchase. Previous purchases excluded. Picture may not represent item exactly as shown,
advertised items may not be on display at all locations. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Expires 10/16/06. 2006 Ashley HomeStores, Ltd. 0001862209-01


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