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In Pictures: Costume Contests, Fall Festivals, Jackobury Page 3,17-20
P"'3LISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2006 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA
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PERMIT NO. 6238
show draws raves and
almost 2,000 visitors.
Are you a Strawberry
Then this meeting
is a must.
New golf academy
opens at Walden
Plant City actors take
on a modern, humor-
ous retelling of the
"Book of Job."
Durant High School's
compete at state
Your Vote Makes A Difference
By JOHN L. DICKS
Plant City Mayor
The election is under way.
It's hard to avoid it.
Since Oct. 23, our friends and
neighbors have been marching
to city hall and elsewhere to
exercise that most cherished
American right to vote.
Understand, I'm making no
attempt to persuade you to vote
one way or another. I'm not on
the ballot myself, so I have no
vested interest in this election.
I- simply \-aint to encourage
you to vote.
It's even OK with me if xwe
disagree on the candidates. I'm
making no endorsements.
I just want us to send a
message to the world to show
how serious we take our
We have thousands of young
men and women around the
world, wearing the uniform of
our country, fighting to defend
our freedom. The least that we
can do to show our apprecia-
tion and assure them how
serious we take things back
home is to vote in this election
If a Marine in Iraq can patro:
the streets while lugging 75
pounds on his back, battling
the desert heat as well as
determined terrorists, yet still
See VOTE, Page 7
There are more than a few examples of a single vote making a differ-
ence, says Plant City Mayor John L. Dicks.
V4' Wartist GaryElvis
will headline the
m' .. .weekend. Also on
the bill are Brian
Chytka and Ken
Band. The lights
go down Nov. 4
from 7 to 10p.m.
at the 1914 Plant
City High School
Center, 605 N.
. -_ Tickets are $12 at
the door. Call:
4 Story, Page 14.
GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
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Photo courtesy of Plant City Photo Archives, Inc.
This photo of the Shumans in 1943, all World
War 11 veterans, is just one of the many
pictures featured in the upcoming "Salute to
Veterans" exhibit at the Plant City Photo
Photo Archives Salutes Veterans
EXHIBIT OPENS NOV. 11
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Plant City Photo Archives has chosen
the obvious date, Nov. 11, to open its "Salute
to Veterans" exhibit, said the organization's
president, Ed Verner.
The reception for this year's annual salute
begins at 9 a.m. The two-hour introduction
will include complimentary juice, coffee and
doughnuts or pastries, the extensive photo
exhibit and live music in the exhibit gallery,
119 N. Collins St.
The exhibit will feature hundreds of photos
of area veterans, including 8-by-10-inch
photos, photo enlargements, 10-foot banners
and a continuing video display.
Gil Gott, the archives' executive director,
said the exhibit is in honor of all the veterans,
their families and friends.
"There will be no structured program or
speeches," Gott said. "Just camaraderie and
The turnout for the inaugural "Salute to
Veterans" exhibit last year was overwhelm-
ing, Gott said.
"We had from 600 to 1,000 attendees, and it
ran from 8:45 a.m. until after 4 p.m. Piano
music provided by Lee Pruyn, Betty Watkins
and Jeanie Burts had veterans and friends
See VETS, Page 13
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Barbecue fundraiser benefits
A barbecue fundraiser to
benefit the Armed Forces
Memorials Foundation Inc. is
planned for Nov. 6 from 4 to 8
p.m. at Grandpa Johnson's
Barbecue, 1407 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Tickets are $10 for the for
the half-chicken dinner, which
includes tea and dessert.
Tickets may be purchased
either at Grandpa Johnson's
or at Plant City Photo Archives,
119 N. Collins St.
Young women interested in
vying for next year's title of
Florida Strawberry Festival
Queen must attend a meeting
Nov. 5 at 2 p.m. in the in the
Expo Building on the Straw-
berry Festival grounds.
Visitors can park on the east
side, by Woodrow Wilson
Street, and enter through the
south end doors of the build-
The orientation is a manda-
tory and a parent of the con-
testant is strongly encouraged
Contestants between the
ages of 16 and 20 may pick up
applications at the orienta-
There are only 35 spots
available with five alternates.
Junior Royalty Pageant
registration Nov. 7
Registration for the Straw-
berry Festival's Junior Royalty
Pageant, open to young girls
between 5 and 15, is set for
Nov. 7 at the new Expo Build-
ing on the Strawberry Festival
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m.
and close at 7.
Parking for the event will be
on the north side of the admi-
The competition will take
place Jan. 6 at Tomlin Middle
Contestants will be judged
on personality, overall appear-
ance, natural beauty and
Questions regarding the
pageant may be directed to
chairwoman Donna Keel, 754-
6939, or co-chair Krystal
Teen fundraiser meeting
Fundraising group that is
helping three young Plant City
women suffering from life-
threatening illnesses will play
host to a mini-golf fundraiser
at Bill Heard Chevrolet, 2002
S. Frontage Road, Nov. 12. A
motorcycle poker run is also
planned Nov. 11 at 10 a.m. at
Beef O' Brady's, 2418 James L.
The car dealership will also
be selling window-pane spon-
sorships to raise money for the
All three girls Megan Car-
penter, 17, Alexandria Pre-
scott, 16, and Brandi
Redmond, 15 attend Plant
City High School.
The fundraising committee
meets at Bill Heard Chevrolet
Tuesday nights at 6.
For more information on
how to help, call 359-5018 or
KEVIN BRADY/Staff photos
This Jackobury banner was created by volunteers, as were all the attractions at the event.
Jack 0' Blast
EVENT DRAWS ALMOST 2,000
By KEVIN BRADY
Almost 2,000 people turned out for the
inaugural Jackobury Forest, a Halloween
event staged by Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department with help from local civic and
Staged in the woods beside Plant City Sta-
dium Oct. 26-28 and Oct. 30-31, Jackobury
included a haunted hayride, a haunted forest
walk and a carnival and vendor area.
Jackobury involved more than 80 teen vol-
unteers from Plant City High, many of whom
lurked in the forest decked out in Halloween
costumes. In all, more than 100 volunteers
and workers from parks and recreation
worked at Jackobury.
Attractions included a haunted corn field,
crazed animals and wild boar shacks. Guests
toured the forest on foot or by hayride with a
guide who told the story of a fictional "Indian
Curse" on the forest.
Jackobury Forest drew raves reviews from
Dick and Brenda Brown heard about the
event on WQYK-FM and traveled from Land
0' Lakes for the event.
"It was a great experience for the kids and
they had some great props," said Brenda
Brown as she exited the forest.
"It was really exciting and scary at the
same time. I really liked it," added Shelby
"Fun and scary," was Jessica Howell's ver-
Steve Rossitor, parks and recreation's
special events coordinator, got the idea for
the event last February at the Halloween con-
vention in Chicago.
"We started planning it then and have
been planning ever since."
Lending an important hand along the way
were WQYK's Morgan Malice he helped
design the forest and Jayson Atwell of Titan
Audio the special effects, lighting and
sound expert for the show. "Without those
two it would not have been possible," Rossi-
The hard work and months of planning
have paid off beyond Rossitor's imagination.
"I am very surprised and very happy," said
Rossitor on the news that crowd estimates
were double expectations.
He's already looking ahead to 2007.
The event was sponsored by WQYK-FM,
Albertsons, Plant City Rotary Club, Plant City
Animal Hospital, Gulf Coast Turf & Tractor,
T&R Drums, Hammocks Welding, Publix,
Pepsi, Johnson's Excavation Service, Dr. Guy
Markley, Dr. Max F. Rattes, Paragon Devel-
opment Group, The Florida Aquarium, the
Tampa Electric Co., The Dallas Bull, BCI
Communications, Bill Heard Chevrolet and
Friends of Recreation & Parks.
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Above, Joe Wiggins, general manager of Gulf
Coast Turf & Tractor, helped ferry visitors to
the haunted forest. Gulf Coast donated nine
vehicles for the event. "There's a great
example of the community support we
received," said Jack Holland, director of
parks and recreation. Below, Patricia
Thomas gave more than a few visitors a
scare as they entered the forest.
Jesse Rodarte, right, Jovanny Febres gave a
few scares to visitors.
Members of the Richardson and Mallard families line up for the haunted hayride.
bVEMBER' 2; 2006 THE COURkliRk' 3
Foundation plans 'Fall Fancy'
The South Florida Baptist
Hospital Foundation plans its
fifth annual "Fall Fancy" Nov.
4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
home of Richard and Mona
Fulmer, 1201 Pinedale Drive.
The event, which will
include a buffet lunch, tab-
letop shopping and a fashion
show, benefits the St. Joseph
Children's wing at Florida
Tickets are $30 per person
and sponsorships, ranging
from $50 to $750, are also
available. Call: 757-8478.
Church plans turkey supper
Hope Lutheran Church will
present its 12th annual All-
You-Can-Eat Turkey Supper
Nov. 5 from 11:30 a.m. to 5
p.m., at the church, 2001 N.
Park Road. The meal will
include turkey, dressing,
gravy, green beans, corn, fresh
homemade mashed potatoes,
cole slaw, cranberry sauce,
dessert and a beverage. Cost is
$8 for adults and $4 for chil-
Plant City High reunion
A multi-class reunion Plant
City High School alumni who
attended or taught at the
school between 1960 and 1966
is planned for Nov. 4 at 6:30
p.m. at the Plant City Elk's
Club, 1501 N. Alexander St.
There is no cover charge and a
band will perform at the
event. Guests are asked to
bring an appetizer or dessert if
possible. Call: (770) 654-2454.
Swine Show tag-in Nov. 6
The initial tag-in for the
Florida Strawberry Festival's
Swine Show will take place
Nov. 6 from 3 to 6 p.m. at the
festival grounds. Each exhibi-
tor may enter two pigs at the
tag-in, but only one pig can be
brought to the final weigh-in
on Feb. 28.
The the show and sale will
take place March 1-4 at festi-
val. The show will be March 1
at 7 p.m. and the sale will be
March 2 at 7 p.m.
For more information, call
Jon Poppell at 752-4155.
Holiday fruit cakes sale helps
The Plant City Cornerstone
Center is currently taking
orders for holiday fruit cakes
You may place an order for
homemade fruit cakes and/or
1-pound bags of pecans,
halves or pieces. Fruit cakes
will be available for Thanks-
giving and for Christmas.
The cost for a 5-pound cake
is $39.95 each or $24.95 for a
half cake. A 1-pound cake is
$12.95. The cost for a pound
of pecan halves or a pound of
pecan pieces is $8. Shipping is
available at an extra cost. Cus-
tomers will be called when the
cakes are ready to be picked
up or delivered. Call 752-9225
or 752-2659 to place an order.
Orders may also be made
online at www.plantcityco-
The Cornerstone Center
was home to the First Baptist
Church of Plant City from the
early 1920s through 1993. The
center has hosted events from
weddings to funerals for
generations. The center is
committed to restoring the
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NOVEMBER 2, 2006 THECOURIER 5
NARFE to meet
The Strawberry Chapter of the National
Association of Retired and Current Federal
Employees will meet Nov. 2 at 1:30 p.m. at
the First Baptist Church of Plant City in the
Single Ministries Building; corner of Baker
and Collins streets. Jeff Service of the Hills-
borough County Sheriffs Office will discuss
ways to avoid identity theft.
Call: Dick Zeiner, 759-2887.
Business of the Year
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce will host its Business of the Year
Awards Banquet at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 2 at the
Ramada Plantation House, 2011 N. Wheeler
St. Call: 754-3707.
Salvation Army bazaar, yard sale
The Salvation Army's women's minis-
tries will host their 25th annual Bazaar and
Yard Sale Nov. 3 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and
Nov. 4 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Salva-
tion Army Community Worship Center,
2620 Kathleen Road in Lakeland. There will
be crafts, collectibles, furniture, clothing
and more. Information: www.salvationa-
Free 'Dress Yourself' program
A nonprofit group is planning a "Dress
Yourself" where men, women and children
can pick out free clothes, shoes and other
items. House of Prayer Economic Develop-
ment plans the event for Nov. 4 from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at 2209 W. Reynolds St., at the
corner of Woodrow Wilson and Reynolds
streets. Call: 754-2454.
First United Methodist Church, Moores
Lake Road in Dover, plans a roast beef or
ham dinner Nov. 4 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Adults, $6.50, children, $2.50.
Turkey Creek Class of '61
The Turkey Creek High School Class of
1961 plans its 45-year reunion Nov. 4 at 6
p.m. at Magic Moments, 2207 Mud Lake
Road. The cost is $40 per person. Deadline
for payment is Oct. 30. Call: 752-0118.
Simpson family reunion
The annual Simpson family reunion is
planned for Nov. 5 starting at 10 a.m. at
Edward Medard Park on Turkey Creek Road.
All descendants of Jeremiah and Jane Duren
Simpson are encouraged to attend and bring
a covered dish or beverage. Plates and plas-
ticware will be furnished. Call: 986-4971.
Sydney Baptist Church, 1510 Cre Road in
Dover, plans its annual Missions Confer-
ence for Nov. 4-8. This is the kick-off of the
Lottie Moon Christmas Offering.
On Nov. 4 at 6 p.m. there will be a mis-
sions supper with program following at 7.
On Nov. 5-8 there will be evening confer-
ences at 7. Each service will feature a mis-
sionary who has served overseas in
different countries. Call: 659-1559.
Bikers and motorcycle fans will gather in
downtown Plant City Nov. 4 to enjoy food
and products from more than 70 vendors
and sponsors during this monthly tradition.
Thousands of motorcycles and their
owners attend this event from 5 to 9 p.m.,
on an eight-square-block area by the Plant
City Train Depot, 102 N. Palmer St. Admis-
sion is free; free parking is available on
surrounding streets. Information: 754-3707
Mount Zion sets
Mount Zion Assembly of God, 3005 Tho-
notosassa Road, plans its 76th Anniversary
and Homecoming Nov. 5 at 10 a.m. Special
guests will be the Rev. Bill Heaston and his
Heaston was the pastor of Mount Zion
Picks of the Week
Photo courtesy of Eliot Kleinberg
Photo courtesy of Eliot Kleinberg
Art Guild welcomes
Dave "Letterfly" Knoderer plans a
free demonstration of large scale
airbrushing at the East Hillsborough
Art Guild meeting from 7 to 9 p.m.
Nov. 6 at the Plant City Woman's
Club, 1110 N. Wheeler St. An accom-
plished artist with brushes and
airbrushes, Knoderer is the instructor
of airbrush technique at Ringling
School of Art and Design. Call: 754-
The 'wacky' history
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St., plans a program on "The
Wacky History of Florida and Why
You Should Care" with facilitator
Eliot Kleinberg Nov. 2 at 7 p.m. From
stories of a blood-sucking night
creature on the loose to the mayor of
one small town who banned Satan,
Kleinberg will review some of the
stranger and more unusual true
stories of Florida's colorful history.
The presentation is the first of a five-
part program at the library on the
changing face of Florida. Call: 757-
Photo courtesy of East Hillsborough Art Guild
GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
'Memory Lane' at Ramada
Ramada Plantation House in conjunction with Star Productions will present the
musical review "Memory Lane," directed by Al Cohen Nov. 6 in the Plantation House
dining room, 2011 N. Wheeler St. Dinner starts at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8. The
dinner theater costs $39.95. The musical will features songs from Ralph Allocco,
Christine Huntsinger, Bob Golden, Allison Brewster, James Scofield, Chere Mask and
Ray Barber. Seating is limited. For reservations, call 752-3141.
526 Connell Grove
Lane, off Turkey
Creek and Connell
roads, Nov. 3-4,
starts at 8 a.m.
Carport sale, fax
mas trees, decora-
Plant City, 708 N.
Knight St., Nov. 4., 8
a.m. to 6 p.m.
guitars, work bench,
Walden Lake, 4104
Nov. 4 at 8 a.m.
Furniture, toys, kids
and adult clothes,
electric skate board
Plant City, 16
Drake St., Nov. 3-4, 8
a.m. to noon.
children and adult
Plant City, 301 N.
Wilder Road, Nov. 3-
4., starts at 9 a.m.
Stove, tools and
Plant City, 1303
N. Ferrell St., Nov. 3-
4., starts at 9 a.m.
Some furniture and
Plant City Toastmasters
The Plant City Toastmas-
ters Club meets Thursdays at
7:30 a.m. at the Greater
Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce, 106 N. Evers St.
Call: Hal Brewer, 752-
Plant City High
Class of 1949
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.
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-
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.
PCHS Class of 1955
The Plant City High
School Class of 1955 meets
the third Tuesday of each
month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's
Market Restaurant, 1401 W.
Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd.
See CALENDAR, Page 9
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Published every Thursday by
I don't know how you feel at
tired of the style of today's
Republicans and democrat
sordid crusade to trash the
while they jockey for positions
win at any cost.
As happy as a 6-year-old who
gives away his broccoli, I will
be glad when the last batch of
campaign advertisements is
Whatever happened to the
campaign classicism of Hubert
Humphrey, Scoop Jackson,
Dwight Eisenhower, Robert
Kennedy and Eugene McCar-
thy when political campaigns
focused on the issues and were
characterized by character and
Most Americans are discour-
aged by the evidence we're
faced with almost every day d
that our leaders, the people we t
elect as our public servants, act d
with such poor behavior. h
Yet American voters seem to t
be disabled by such behavior. p
Just 48 percent of potential s
voters bothered to vote in the b
last presidential election; a t
suggestion that Americans are
fed up with the current political g
environment and feel estranged g
from their government, o
But who is to blame? s
Yes, we do have a great t]
OP I N .ON
ro Lethargy, Indifl
bout it, but I am sick and live under, with rules for
resolving conflict, sharing of
political campaigns, power, for avoiding concentra-
ts busy slinging smut in a tion of power in any one entity,
ir opponent's reputation any one person, any one group.
Now, some 200 years later, the
s of power, wanting to federal government seems to
have turned into a giant
bureaucracy that seems to
focus on its own immortality
rather than bringing into focus
the will of the people.
If you are among the many
] 4B. who believe the American
political system is broken, who
do you think is to blame?
Si Some blame the liberal
S '" ,' media. Others blame the
4W:, conservative talk show culture.
Bernard Goldberg, the former
JERRY CBS correspondent, blamed a
LOFSTROM group of people in his book,
"110 People Who Are Screwing
Columnist Up America," and the Center
for Public Integrity points to
our corrupt campaign system.
democracy, but we are losing Yet in none of these diagno-
he vitality that created that sis is there any blame for the
democracy; our government people who create the Wash-
ias become a system rather ington, D.C., asylum: the voter.
han a true expression of the Yes, you.
popular will; there's a creeping ,No matter how much one
ense that the government may be disgusted, loathe the
)elongs to someone else, not to candidates, or dislike the
he people who elected it. electoral process, the only
Our representative winning move in building a fair
governmentt was created by a political system is to play, to
:roup of men trying to figure get involved, study the issues,
)ut how best to rule them- analyze the candidates, to vote.
elves. They formed a system But the mere act of voting
hiat they would be happy to. does not necessarily make a
real democracy, any more than
paying taxes is an expression of
Voting is an act of hope: in a
candidate, a system of
government, a way of life. The
right to vote allows us to
determine our own destiny and
to control the world around us,
from the frequency of Plant
City garbage collection to
whether we will send young
men and women of our
country off to war.
When you vote, your respon-
sibility is to your community,
your country and to the
generations to come. If you
have not taken the time to
inform yourself of the true
issues you are voting on, then it
is your duty not to vote.
Now that all of the people who
want to be elected to public
office have spoken, it is time for
the rest of us to do our part.
This Tuesday, Nov. 7 will be
your final opportunity in this
mid-term election to vote, to
If you're not content to let
others run your life, get
informed, then get out and
There's no excuse not to do
Editor's note: Jerry Lofs-
trom is a Plant City business-
Intransigence Is Never The Same As Resolve
Here I go thinking out loud again. I stumble into
clarity but then end up disagreeing with myself.
Information, experience, research, conversation,
actions played out on the world stage they all
influence my perception, tip the balance and raise yet
another set of good question
It's the kind of self-evalua-
tion I'd like to see more of in
Washington. Maybe it's
entrenched bureaucracy or the
instinct for self-preservation,
but there's a systemic inability
in government to recognize the
need we all own to continually
re-examine our thinking and to
re-evaluate our actions.
A lack of humility? Or a
deficit in intellectual acumen?
Either way, we have much to
learn and a long way to go. And
learning is always the most
pressing need. I am a different
person today than I was last
week, or last year, or last
decade and my opinions
regarding how the world works
This government appears to
own an institutional conviction
that evolution of policy is by
definition incompatible with
moral certainty. As if a shift in
philosophy would indict us as
wrong or culpable or that
different and innovative
thinking is some kind of
admission of guilt or indeed
that guilt is necessarily a bad
thing, something to avoid at
Fact is we can be right for a
long time and then shift our
position because today some-
thing altogether different might
happen to be exactly true.
When I arrived in New York
in 19751 I was 19 and deeply
British. America amazed me,
captivated me and won my
heart. For several years I
eschewed my English roots
because being American, I
reasoned, was incompatible
with all things European.
Today, having come of age at
21 naturalized years, I'm more
able to embrace my evolving
identity as an American citizen
of this great big world.
Does this mean I was wrong
before? Am I wrong now? One
of my friends wondered if this
suddenly makes me at least just
a little bit French! But in truth I
simply realize I am more like
the other 95 percent of this
world's population than unlike
them, and that just maybe my
posture as a fellow traveler will
contribute in some small way
to the beginnings of a genuine
Likewise, it is incumbent on
our government to open itself
and our ambitions to thought-
ful redefinition. We are not the
same nation today that we
were when World War II ended.
We are not the same nation
that beat its head against such
a desperate wall in Vietnam.
We are not the same nation
today as the one that leveraged
the end of the Iron Curtain. We
are different, different even
from the United States that was
attacked so brutally Sept. 11,
But we are the same nation
that Abraham Lincoln
addressed at Gettysburg in
1863. ("Lincoln?" you ask, "Two
weeks in succession?" Well, I've
been reading a great book by
Garry Wills: "Lincoln at Gettys-
burg: The Words That Remade
Lincoln reminds us all that
we were "Conceived in liberty
... A nation so conceived and so
dedicated." We are a great
nation, but I believe our
greatness today may well
depend on how we continue to
evolve globally and to reinvent
ourselves in the context of this
desperate and broken world.
"It is for us the living, rather,
to be dedicated here to the
unfinished work which they
who fought here have thus far
so nobly advanced," Lincoln
The unfinished work is
critical. Important enough to
discuss openly. Important
enough to learn from our
mistakes. Important enough
that we might work to rethink
our position as members of a
diverse world community
rather than simply unilateral
enforcers of all we decree.
My position may well change
regarding the details, but I do
believe we must always
remember what kind of a
nation we were conceived to
become, and then re-evaluate
ourselves and our actions
against that standard, open to
learn and committed to grow.
We've been carrying this big
stick for more than a hundred
years now, isn't it time we
came of age and consider our
evolving identity as citizens of
the world? Remember, I'm
thinking out loud here. I
challenge the administration to
Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
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take the time to request and
return his absentee ballot, the
least that we can do is find two
minutes over the two weeks of
our extended election to cast
This is truly an important
election, too. The outcome will
shape much of the future of
our community, state and
How difficult can it be?
We've made it simple to vote.
We've made it convenient.
We've made it easy.
I've even posted a simple
Web page that will, among
other helpful links, send you to
a sample ballot, show you
where to vote and how to track
You can find it at
Of course no matter how
simple, how convenient, how
easy it is to actually vote in this
election, many voters will still
fail to show up.
It's surprising, almost
embarrassing, to learn that the
United States ranks No. 139 in
the world for voter turnout.
It's an astounding revelation.
Italy holds the top spot, but
Germany beats us, as does
Israel, Spain, Ireland, Great
Britain and even France.
After tabulating 26 major
elections since the year 1945,
our voting turnout is a
pathetic 48.3 percent. You can
see the entire results at that
link I mentioned above.
Some voters, of course, still
hold onto that age-old excuse
that one vote, your vote, won't
make a difference.
Let me put an end to that
argument once and for all.
All of us voters remember
well the results of the 2000
After all of the butterfly
ballots, pregnant chads,
recounts and court cases, the
end result was that President
Bush won Florida, and hence
the election, by 537 votes out
of nearly 6 million cast.
Consider for the moment
that here in Hillsborough
County we have 364 precincts.
The leader of the free world
was elected by barely more
than one vote difference in
each of our Hillsborough
One vote, your vote, truly
does make a difference.
There have been countless
elections when only one vote
made precisely that difference.
Much closer to home, some
of us remember that former
Plant City Commissioner
Marsha Passmore won her
first election in 1992 by
defeating incumbent Bob
Henderson with a difference
NOVEMBER 2, 2006 THE COURIER 7
of only two votes. The vote
total was 822 to 820. If just one
voter had a change of heart
and voted the other way, the
election outcome would have
deadlocked into a tie. Plant
City ordinances would have
dictated an additional
One vote, your vote, truly
does make a difference.
There is a great line in the
movie "Spider-Man," one of
my favorite movies. To
paraphrase it only slightly,
"Spider-Man" keeps remem-
bering that his Uncle Ben, on
the day that he died, shared
with him one of life's eternal
truths. He said, "with great
power goes great responsibil-
To vote vests us with great
power. Millions have died for
it. We have the power to
decide the future of our
community, our state and our
We have until 7 p.m. on
Nov. 7 to remember our
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Walden Lake Welcomes
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Jeff Gibson and the Gibson
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Steve Mercer, the general
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contracted Gibson to operate
his academy on site, bring his
PGA experience and training
tools to the club and provide
complete golf instruction
services to all the golfers at
See GOLF, Page 21
19th Annual Mayor's Hillsborough
River & Waterways Cleanup followed by
Rollin' on the River Picnic
November 18 8am-1pm
Lowry Park Boat Ramp
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from 1991 to 2000. Bring a
covered dish and stay for
dinner following the service.
Hope Lutheran turkey supper
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 N. Park Road, plans an
"All U Can Eat Turkey Supper"
Nov. 5 from 11:30 a.m. to 5
p.m. The event is open to com-
munity and is $8 for adults and
$4 for children. Call the Rev.
Dean Pfeffer, 752-4622.
The Sunshine State Quartet
will be in concert at the Cork
Community Party "Red Barn
Ranch" at the intersection of
Thonotosassa and Cork roads
from 3 to 6 p.m. Nov. 5. Cork
United Methodist Church
hosts the free annual event
with dinner, games, hayrides
and fun for the whole family.
Lunch 'n' Learn: mortgages
The Plant City Family
YMCA, 1507 YMCA Place, will
host a Lunch 'n' Learn Nov. 6
at noon on reverse mortgages
with Carmen Crespo, an
accredited credit counselor
from Genesis Financial Man-
agement. Call: 757-6677.
Square, line dancing
Strawbeny Square, 4401
Boot Bay Road, will offer begin-
ner Square Dance Lessons Nov.
6 from 6 to 8 p.m., and beginner
line dancing from 8 to 9:30 p.m.
Information: 752-0491 or
Town hall meeting
MaryEllen Elia, superinten-
dent for Hillsborough County
public schools, will host a
town hall meeting Nov. 6 at 7
p.m. at Durant High School,
4748 Cougar Path.
Bids and Bakes
The Christian Women's
Club of Plant City plans its fall
festival "Bids and Bakes" -
Nov. 7 from 11:30 a.m. to 1
p.m. at Walden Lake Golf &
Country Club. The bake sale
and bidding will be from 11:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. with proceeds to
benefit Stonecraft Ministries.
Cost: $13 inclusive.
Call 759-1708 or 659-3487
by Nov. 2.
Chamber contact breakfast
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce plans
a contact breakfast Nov. 8 at 7:
30 a.m. at the Ramada Planta-
tion House, 2011 N. Wheeler
St. There will be a program on
the Veteran's Monument
planned for Plant City.
Berry Patch Quilt Guild
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild
will meet Nov. 9 at 7:15 p.m. at
the Planteen Winter Visitor's
Center, 301 Dort St.
Members are encouraged to
bring two nonperishable food
items for donation to the Food
Bank of Plant City. Visitors
In Loving Memory of
Barbara (Platt) Hart
November 2, 2004 '
Mom, E.J., Eric
Marshall & Ron
P.O. Box 2273 (813) 754-9526 Plant City, FL 33564
Fruit cakes will be made by ladies of Plant City Cornerstone Center. Place
order for home made fruit cakes and/or 1 lb. Pkg. of pecans, halves or
pieces. Fruit cakes will be available forThanksgiving and Christmas.
Fruit Cakes: 5 lb. Cake @$39.95 ea. 1/2 cake @ $24.95
1 lb. Cake @$12.95 ea.
Pecans: 1 lb. Pecan halves @$8.00 1 lb. Pecan pieces @ $8.00
Shipping & handling is available at additional cost. You will be called when the
cakes are ready to be picked up or delivered. Call (813) 752-9225 or (813) 752-
2659 to place your order by phone or for any questions. You may also place your
order on our web site: www.plantcitycornerstonecenter.org (deadline Dec. 15, 2006). |
Please tear off the lower portion of this form to place your order by mail.
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_ 5 lb. Fruit cakes @$39.95 ea. __ V2 fruit cake @ $24.95
1 lb. Fruit cake @$12.95 ea.
1 lb. Pecan halves @$8.00 ea. 1 lb. Pecan pieces @ $8.00
Paid By:__ check cash __ money order
Please mail your order to: PC Cornerstone Ceneter, P.O. Box 2273,
Plant City, FL 33564.
NOVEMBER 2,'2006THE'COUR1ERWl9 A
invites you to attend our
Fall Youth Revival
November 2-5, 2006
7:00 PM Thursday & Friday
7:00-8:30 PM Saturday
(Cookout & devotional)
11:00 AM Sunday
Come And You Will Be Blessed.
0 Eric Sutton, ,
3505~~ W -n Oak, Rod(ukyCee/ln iy
'Srvn Crita s w e ev hs ru s
Voting is a privilege. It's your civic duty. And it's the way you have a
voice in how things are run. On Tuesday November 7th, voters will decide on
a new governor for Florida. And there are also other important national, state,
county and local offices that will be decided.
Banking On A First Name Basis
S Sunshine State
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
PLANT CITY MAIN OFFICE, 102 W. BAKER ST., 752-6193
WALDEN WOODS 2400 JIM REDMAN PKWY., 754-1844
ZEPHYRHILLS, 6620 GALL BLVD., 782-9593
BRANDON, 420 W. BRANDON BLVD., 689-1271
RIVERVIEW, 7459 HIGHWAY 301 S., 677-7102
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ODier. i. Dot rr Rd C fDocining St.
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
.ilena (apel /it La0ra St.
Mount 0hlie. Ill; It. Itadisow, St
laonat Olize: Hlorton Rd, "J"-12628
isamblea Ipo olica:
I if1 (olsort Rd, '3"-.1496
.i)pool/ (imun h ole'umis (hrist
1212 II. Remolds. '"-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
.Abndant life: Pineerisl RL
Bethany: 98041 Harney Rd,
talc an' FeI'ion ship-
/Iii (Gordon St.. "52-5031)
(hristian life ssenmblr:
3120 5 ll/er Rd. 65"- -W2
Dover flrs-t: SR 5"-4 C Petie Rd.
faith Temple: I-4 at ill Hsborugl'-Polk
(ounht line. "52-0532
3409 SR39 %. "52-1.85
Hrst Plant (ilt:
(harlie 6 iffiui Rd.
Sol SR3')9 5. "52-3351
Fort. Iflaf cornerr of Soutlli Hi. .39
C- Stiller Rd. "3"--656
Ke.seille: .SR 6-). "3"-7-803
I. al lmnnloov sac Rd. "52-1614
Pleasant (6r ie:
lurkeC (reek Rd. "3"-3529
I kiof t worship (enter.
(tountr line Rd. "5+-6089
Svdnei,: Svdnet Rd. 1/10 mi. I
o]f .5dnet -Oter Rd, 659 0532
turkey Creek Rd. "54-53"2
.4laI a: Darker (reek Rd.
. of SR 60. ""-3" 19
1.afifa Baptist: 222 Mtafia (hun'l Rd.
.Inltioc: Ilorton Rd. "3"-3240
Berea: SR39 "3" 1232
Belhamn: (ork Rd. "52-9209
Belthl. 801 Renfiw St. "54-2239
Beilah.. Illetcn -& (unth line Rd.
Bible. (harlie Griffin Rd.
Bunhaeood leinmph,. Elu-d Or C
SR 5"4. "52-3- -"12
(alh an free Irill:
3539 frapnell Rd [.
(eelar 6roe: l. Ahersillet Rd.
centrall of lithia:
lineimrest i -e A sille Rd
I( hInl oi Ilie Roik:
.10: [. llsobronk. 52 3"0
1310.1. shannon .Ie. "5,-5383
(rOiroads: SR39 S. Pinenres..
(ounltrside Baplihl (ihutch.
1332 .dnet lRd.. 5"1-8200
Do er first: Gallagher Rt.
EasMside. 1318 (alhouni ,
Last Thonolosassa: Mfleulosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4;36
faith Temple Prl.i!tlire:
SO8 WI. Washington St. "5+-6661
Hrst Bapiti harrh of fU/dratr:
IMIdwar Rd. ,1- '2609
First Baptit it/ida:
Inierseclou of 5R.39 &
lilthia-Pinecrsit Rl. "3-1" 12/
Firnl Plant (Cii':
5ti. '.. Palmer. ")2-+lv4
Inrsi lhomnoosassa Miussinarr:
vMcimnosh hRa. '86-4'56
a "r'7mnn Biptist (mneth:
6008 M. kng..t. lrifin Rd. 9t:D '")rr
'lopeaciccer. 56"' 54?
Houpc 1ll/: R .19 ".J"- 105
10rilhts. Pauil Buchnuui Iit.i
lebanon: Bi anchb orbe. Ri
lone Oak: lone Oak Rd. "54- 52"8
IMount ,toriah rreeuill:
Iatren jolmsinm St. "54-439"
Ifount .loriai Freeivili:
2ni2 0(olwn Rd. "'j I,-40
Mount Olire: 611)4 '. BaR," ..
,'en. Itope Freenrill
310! 5 dnet Dov er et., 'oiier
se' it. d ion Freeci ll
.3041I Daniels Rd.. "52-3'985
1"01) \'. Franklin St, "52-2-""
Oakuoid. .Airport Rd. "52.-599
Plant (iti Primithie-
509 \. iers Sit. "54-3261
Pleasant Gro e first:
Turkey (reek Rd, "3" 2556
Shilob Baptist (turnh:
905 fr terrace Dr.. "5.'"45
Springheadk 5. Wiggins Road.
St. luke flissionar':
108 5 Iarnell St. "54-4992
St. stariT freenill:
Hunter C Warren 31. "5 68 53
St. IMan' .lisiionar-:
1804 S.R. 601.. "3"-3668
St. Mfar"' (ontmunit (i'nirch:
90" f. laura St. "5. 1616
SydneI" 1510 (re Rd. o59-1502
trker' (reek (ornmanih
5#" lDirke' (reek Rd.
furlk (reek First.
-rapnell Rd "52-"890
cItorn Wisvinman: Maki Rd
Uelcowe Baptist: 11308 Ifel/ame
Church St. (813.) "3"-2288
fes side: 2503 .: G6ranfeld lIye.
Whitehmrst RR& 901 .V. liftehurst Rd.
little I nion: 15510 (ounth Rid .9.
Salem Primnih e:
I t402 SNlen (tchnh Rit.. vc dSner
St (lenient: 1104 \. -lexander St.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
\. -ilder Rd: 938 %. Silver Rd.
(inork: (ork Road. "52-1521
Laura S1' /310 F iura Sit.
Spring/head-W (iggins Rde. "5 -1485
D.i'ipl";. .ip l li ri ll
Hrit: 210lh Ibonlssevssa Rd
ke/lash Rd., ofSR 5"1
CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
, nc Grace: 1214 F. Laura It
CHURCH OF GOD
(Clevelana, Tenni )
52(19 Smith-Rvals Rd
Do er Douinuing Si. 659-2900
Plant iU.1. 2103 ,iaeiwnk' Rd. '5.-591l
fun k' reek: Irke' (Creek Re
at SR 60. ".1331
'02 V. tat lor Rd. 86,-i919'.
CHURCH OF GOD
IArl]er SOijr I Ir, di.r'l
hingwniay first- 1808 Alhngeris .
Seffner. 65'- "5-
Plant (.r" ,or.'e If-ilon -hip
"If Ilsoblook St. 361-il90
First \ Gordon eand Baker St.
Gospetl labernuae: .4/en & Haines tN
St. Peter's:301 (amer i t.
Destinv (hubrh of Plant (ilv'
112 'V. Wheeler St.,
S' 1.659-2 'IN.-
,S1tS 9. Grant Stl.
Rejuge (lnn'h of Our loni:
"28 U. Ball St.
Full gospel labermrnle:
;11 i namimonds Rd, "543843
106 S. tier. St.
Er aingelistls or/jcu.s Tabenuael'e:
SRI5", l. ofDoioe. 659 0102
(ll at' (Ibapel Plant (ili:
1310 ,\rlrth Shannon. Itie. 892-0510
(hristian Gnrouic (enter.
1310\. Shannon. "19-2909
(o enant Bible (huenh:
14sS F. Iomlln St., "5-1133
Deeper Itle Felloiship-
(oilla Rd. IWofJSR)9.A.
Revihal Outreach (enter:
225 A. Doier Rd, 681-2250
Kingdom Hall: 3202 N.'.I aranad Ire.
(hurrbh jjesus (Inist 115:
18)05A. Park Rd, "52-6364
Hope (101: 2001 Park Blid. "52.- 622
2104 thud lake Rd. "52 6064
Plant (ity (omnmunitv'
(hurn of't/he \a:arene
l4hlt Mudlake Road. "52.' "863
full gospel fellon ship:
W. /cl in Ihe.
Full Iospel Tabernacle-
2311 Samnmmud Rd, "54-38. i
greater loie ( hrisltian enter.
1109 Franklin St. "59-82"0
Impact fania Ron/hiip (enter:
.eets at ~fejfner Inientare'
School. 65". "914
902 R[,i-f' \t. "64.0929
lanipa Bible Fellowship:
10201 1. Hltlsborough ire., "5-26"4
'ni' (thrist (Inirch
1911 '. ;ordom St, 659-2624
lounum s Praise aml Horship (owter.
Hoh Protection Orthodox (burrh:
.O20 Moores Lake Rd. Dover. 659-0123
greater Heights family
.3301 (lemons Rd, "5+-"088
living WIaters Foursquare
(hunh: f602 5. ler s St. "59-0V28
enI Hope rn-aship v enter:
803 ;. Mahonm, S -61-1-
Dore .Itoore's Lake 6 Hollne.s.
bunt i Rdt. 659 1301
Chunrh ol Ilh living (adA
1102 iller St. 4-5840
Erangelikal Plant it':
I10' (harlie 6l/fin Rd, "599383
first Preln terian Plant (t'y:
,q)4 Remwolds St. "52-.211
ltlk with God. ilnistin.
i5140 ,i R 5'4, Doter. 659-0930
Plint ,ih,: f2201 Stranubrrig' Dr
SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
's411 I Single .gtailn ellou lidp &
tvangellsinl 2011i monthh liggini Rd..
Finrt. 103 I. Johnson Rd.
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Iarik united (mn'bh.
2911 Ilthia-Pinectrst Rd. laltro.
Cork: M5' It. am Illen Rd.
Dot er 'rit. loore s lake Rd at
,IMethodist (bhurrb Rd. 659-1415
first Plant (l.t: J303 ,. ters St.
(,raee: ?S.HI F (hemrr it. 659 3"18
Sunset heights: Palter Dr. "5-i--iH1
5pringbead. 2305 Sparknuma Rd,
St. luke: 809 E Laura 51t, "5". 6051
Fhmontomassa: fort King Hua at
fistleoe Dtr.. 986-'"35
Haiit, Plant (li':
402 1. English S. "'52-9316
WORD OF FAITH
faith Outreauh (hureh of Plant (Ity
t(( Plant (ity (anious,'
Jolm R wrinkle Building
120-6 %mic Park Rd. "59-92"3
3505 Lone Oik Road. Plant City
Sunday School 10.00A.M
Horning Worship I1 -00 A .1.
Evening Worship 6:00 PM :
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
7 00 PMH.
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Q: How long have you
been in Plant City?
A: I first came here in
1972. I had a church Prayer
of Faith Temple and I was
doing real good; we were on
the radio but I moved to
Kansas City. We came back
Q: How did this church
A: We came here for a
revival. We packed out the
walls. The pastor was Tony
Hildebrandt and he owned
the property. He said "I want
you to take the whole thing,
just buy the property from
me." So I sold my tent for a
deposit and we came. Later
he sold me the back acre.
Q: Where were you born?
A: Greenville, S.C., 1944; a
little place called Chick
Springs nothing there but a
general store and a water
Q: When did God call you?
A: At the age of 8,1 I gave
my heart to the Lord at a
revival in Greenville. The
same night I saw an angel in
the building, up on a rafter.
He told me to go into all the
world and preach the gospel.
My daddy was a preacher; it
runs through the family.
Q: Define "Full Gospel?"
A: A Bible-believing
church. We believe Genesis
and Revelations. We're
basically Pentecostal. We
believe the whole Bible, not
just part of it. We still believe
in the old-fashioned gospel,
we pray for the sick, and we
still have altar calls.
Q: How long have you
A: 40 years. I was holding a
revival and I asked, "Who's
the red head?" I was 21 and
she (Gladys Morgan from
Tampa) was only 17. We
have three children Tina
(35), Becky (30), and Sherry
(22) and four grandkids. Plus
two foster kids at home 13
Q: What's your favorite
A: Isaiah 61. "For the spirit
of the Lord has anointed me
to preach the gospel ..." I've
preached a whole month on
that one scripture. But
Psalms is my favorite book.
No matter how deep you get
in sin there's always forgiv-
Q: Has God used you in
A: Recently a lady diag-
nosed with cancer on her
nose and we asked God to
dry the cancer at the roots.
Two days later it fell off in the
doctor's hand. He reached in
with tweezers and pulled it
out. He said, "The roots are
dead!" As an evangelist I've
seen blinded eyes opened
and tumors healed.
Q: Are you optimistic?
A: Like I keep preaching:
"I'm not looking for a hole in
the ground I'm looking for a
hole in the sky." My dream,
my heart, is to rent a cow-
pasture out here somewhere
and have just a big old bash,
a Holy-Ghost move of God
and invite all the churches to
come together and just have
a jam, a Holy-Ghost break-
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singing and dancing. It
became an incredible reunion
for friends from years ago,
with memories from a distant
Last year, more than 500
photographs were submitted
by veterans and their families.
Al Gilbertsen's WWII vin-
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the entrance last year and was
an exciting attraction, Verner
said. This year the half-track
may be available for passen-
"And then, last year there
was the Belgian (veteran) who
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the Battle of the Bulge," Gott
"He and Jim Pollock, who
served 1942 to 1945, held a
lengthy conversation. And
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NOV. 4 SHOW AT
"He's about the best I have
ever seen. If you like Elvis, you
will love GaryElvis."
So says Merle Henry, who
made the tribute artist his
headline act for the Florida
Opry's second show of the
season, Nov. 4 from 7 to 10
p.m. the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center,
605 N. Collins St. Also per-
forming will be Brian Chytka
and Ken McWilliams and the
"I'm doing two sets with the
Ken McWilliams Band,"
GaryElvis said. "We'll do a
good mix of Elvis' hits, includ-
ing some rock 'n' roll, ballads
and love songs. When we
close the show, I plan to debut
an original country song I
wrote this year called 'Stuff
Happens.' Myrle Henry
always puts on a .great show.
I'm looking forward to being a
part of this one."
GaryElvis is also asking
patrons to bring canned
goods and teddy bears to
donate to his Love Me Tender
Day Charity Project. More
information about the charity
can be found at www.garye-
"Gary has been supporting
that cause for a few years,"
Henry said. "I am proud to
support him in the effort."
Reserved seats for the event
are available for $15, and
general admission tickets can
be purchased in advance or at
the door for $12. The Florida
Opry runs from November
through April offering country
music, bluegrass and gospel.
Season tickets are $125.
Upcoming shows include:
Dec. 9: Mountain Joy from
North Carolina with Carol
Kline, cousin of Patsy Kline,
Ken McWilliams & the Nash-
ville Band and Tina Dallman.
Jan. 13: Tommy Cash,
brother of Johnny Cash, with
Victoria-K, Ken McWilliams &
the Nashville Band and The
Kings Messengers Gospel
Jan. 27: Mo Harrington &
the Manatee River Boys with
Brian Chytka, Jenny Rimmer
and The Gospel Truth Quar-
Feb. 17: Karen Wheeler
from Nashville, Tenn., with
Ken McWilliams & the
Nashville Band and Three
Plus One Gospel Quartet.
March 24: Internationally
known fiddle player Ste-
phanie Ann with Harold Mott
& Friends, Jenny Rimmer and
the Royal City Family.
April 14: The Southern
Star Bluegrass Band with The
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Simon found some there and
the Plant City Entertainment
Group hopes to bring it alive this
month. The theater troupe will
stage Simon's play "God's
Favorite" on the weekends of
Nov. 10-11 and Nov. 17-18.
A humorous play inspired by
the Book of Job, the show will be
at Hillsborough Community
College's PADM Building No. 2,
1206 N. Park Road.
In the modem retelling, the
play is set in a mansion with a
tycoon, his wife, prodigal son
and a pair of kooky twins.
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faith for the tycoon, including
"We have a great cast," said
director Jean Jackson. "I think
the audience will get a lot out of
the play. Everyone likes an
underdog story, and if anyone
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In spite of statistics showing
a national decline in the real
estate market, there's no
slowdown in the number of
building permits issued in
For the month of Septem-
ber, the Plant City Building
Department issued 60 permits
for new homes, up 500 per-
, cent over the same month last
City Commissioner Rick
Lott said the city's continued
ability to draw residents and
businesses is a point of
strength for the community.
"The growth we are experi-
encing right now shows that
we are a solid city to do
business with," Lott said. "We
have a healthy city
"And our positioning along
the 1-4 corridor, one of the top
three corridors in America,
allows us the ability to dictate
what that growth will look like
in Plant City."
Total permits issued for the
month are estimated at $14.6
million, more than $10 million
more than .the same month
Lott, who is a member of
the Hillsborough County Met-
ropolitan Planning Commis-
sion, said growth isn't
necessarily all about moving
"In Plant City we are look-
ing to maintain a community
where people want to live,
seek higher education, work
and be entertained," Lott said.
"We look to create jobs, not
just roads or houses. We are
working to emphasize all
phases of a thriving commu-
For the year, Plant City per-
mits total an estimated value
of $148.4 million. Last year,
through September, the figure
was $60.9 million.
City officials said the 2006
number is inflated by the $39
million improvements being
made at the city water treat-
Even without that project,
the permits issued would
account for a 77 percent
increase in estimated value.
This year is projected to
double the second highest
annual building activity in
1999 when permits totaled
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Greet visitors were, from left,
Vickie Rogers and children's
minister Deborah Weissman. Seated
are Heather Harwell, left, and
Sophia Dedon. Above, Courtney
Paat, left, Abi Rippy and Julie
Thayer enjoy the day at First
Baptist.Below, Jeannette Neal
paints a dog on Hannah Futch's
Midway Baptist fall festival
First Baptist Church of Midway celebrated its fall festival Oct.
28 with games, food, pony rides, hayrides, a bounce house and
classic car show. Above, Blake Zajac, 3, begins his pony ride.
Above: In a coincidence that could only happen on Halloween,
Leanne Smith, left, dressed her son Alex, left, as a member of
the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and met up with Becky Smith,
right, who dressed her youngster, Naseem Ali, in the same
outfit. Becky, who is not related to Leanne, met in line for the
costume parade at Shiloh. Below, Evelyn Trivette with mom,
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Shiloh Baptist treat and greet
More than 500 youngsters, parents and other church members turned out for Shiloh Baptist
Church's Trunk or Treat Oct. 29. The event saw families traveling from trunk to trunk collecting
candy and goodies and enjoying moon walks, hayrides and plenty of games. The festival also
included a costume parade, above. Below, all dressed up with somewhere to go candy booths
- were Molly and Eston Hess, Jaclyn and Judson Lanier and Karlee Smith.
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Nazarene celebrates season
Games, prizes, lots of candy, face painting, music, worship, a moon walk and a mini-train ride
were all part of the fun at Plant City Community Church of the Nazarene's fall festival Oct. 28.
Above, "Today," a band of local youngsters with some members at the church, was a popular
attraction. Right, Mike McClure ran the "Kiddie Train" at the event.
Left: Calvin Knowles, Cassie Knowles and Emi Davis enjoy the
concert. Above: Roice Wolfe, the church's children's pastor
and organizer of the festival, with senior pastor Don Corzine.
Buddy Coleman of Coleman's Critters was a hit with younger
NOVEMBER 2, 2006 + THE COURIER 19
.Dressed to chill
S One of the biggest chills
..in town could be found at
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for Unity in the Commu-
nity, a Plant City
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acting various roles from
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"In relation to the academy,
members and all golfers at the
club will be attracted to use
the facility more often than in
the past," Mercer said. "The
academy clinics will attract
new members to the club.
Gibson Golf Academy is a big
part of the total golfing pack-
age that we want to offer at the
Gibson is a member of the
Professional Golfers Associa-
tion of America. He is the
deputy director of the PGA in
North Florida, responsible for
administration, growth of the
game and marketing. Recently
Gibson's office and academy
were centered at Hidden Creek
Golf Club in Zephyrhills, and
the YMCA Par-3 Course
located in Lakeland.
Membership play is impor-
tant for community golf
courses such as Walden Lake,
Mercer said. But economics
insist that most community
clubs offer a wide variety of
services to the general public,
as well as to the members.
Gibson has been instructing
golf in the area for more than
20 years. His former students
include a number of junior,
high school, college, amateur
and professional golfers who
continue to benefit from the
academy instruction, Gibson
"Our affiliation with Walden
Lake will be a great benefit to
our organization and the golf-
ing community," Gibson said.
"I am very pleased to be a part
Sample will be greatly
at the desk of Kevin Brady.
of the overall vision brought to
the club by Steve and the
other officials at the club."
Gibson finds it easy to
explain his appreciation of
"You would have to go a
long way to find a 36-hole golf
facility that has all the compo-
nents found at Walden Lake,"
Gibson said. "They provide
two championship tracks that
can test any level of play. They
have ample practice areas,
with a full-sized driving range,
a short game practice area and
a large practice putting green.
They are in the process of
developing a full service pro
shop. They have expansive
meeting rooms, a splendid
dining room with an expanded
menu, office space for the aca-
demy, and a range of instruc-
tion and memberships that
can meet every need. Steve
wants everything around here
to be first class. And we will do
our part to live up to that
Gibson said he normally
works with about 30 students,
from juniors to professionals.
At the Walden Lake facility, he
expects to attract a lot more
than that and will increase the
number of instructors to meet
the demand. Mercer is already
preparing for more growth.
"This week we are discuss-
ing a junior golf program with
the Plant City Recreation and
Parks Department," Mercer
said. "We are part of this com-
munity and we want to pro-
vide golf to students of the
For additional information,
contact Gibson's Web site at
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Larry L. Hopkins, 60, of
Plant City died Oct. 11.
He was born in Belding,
Mich., and was a veteran of
the U.S. Navy Seabees.
He was a mechanic for the
Hillsborough County School
Board and a member of the
Hillsborough School Employ-
ees Federation Local 4154.
He is survived by his wife,
Eleanora; a son, Jeff Wool-
wine; two daughters, Sarah
and Allison Medlin; a sister,
Mae Worley; and three grand-
Wells Memorial Funeral
William Dunlap, 71, of Plant
City died Oct. 11.
He was born in Jasper, Ala.,
and came here from Georgia
57 years ago.
He was the owner of Dover
Hardware & Irrigation and
attended Church on the Rock.
He is survived by his wife,
Shelby; two sons, Lanny "Bo"
of Plant City and Clai of Cler-
mont; a sister, Elwanda Doyle
of Temple Terrace; and six
Haught Funeral Home.
Wrenita E. Hartnett, 85, of
Plant City died Oct. 11.
She was born in Augusta,
Kan., and attended St. Clem-
ent Catholic Church.
She was a realtor and a
member of the Plant City
Women's Club and the Histor-
She is survived by two sons,
Patrick of Plant City and
Michael of Lakeland; three
daughters, Judy Griffin of
Tampa, Nancy Gordon of
Murfreesboro, Tenn. and
Mary Westerman of Anna
Maria; a sister, Jo Jones of
Oklahoma City; nine grand-
children; and five great-grand-
Haught Funeral Home.
Louis F. Bauer, 74, of Plant
City died Oct. 12.
He was born in Bound
Brook, N.J., and came here
from El Paso, Texas, in 1986.
He was a U.S. Marine Corps
veteran of the Korean and
He was a member of St.
Clement Catholic Church
where he was a member of the
Parish Council, chairman of
the Finance Committee and a
He was a member of the
Knights of Columbus and the
Strawberry Festival Commit-
tee, and a past president of the
Texas Federation of Square
and Round Dance.
He is survived by his wife,
Ruby; four sons, Michael of El
Paso, James of Ruidoso, N.M.,
Daniel of Hollywood and
Thomas of Odessa, Texas; a
daughter, Theresa Szemple of
El Paso; a brother, Gerard of
Arizona; a sister, Margaret M.
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Felton Collins, 89, of Plant
City died Oct. 15.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and a farmer.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II.
He is survived by his wife,
Jane; a son, Bruce of Plant City;,
two daughters, Dorcas and
Sally, both of Plant City; two
sisters, Eileen Pace of Gaines-
ville and Jewel Wimberly of
Plant City; three grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren.
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William H. Robinson, 73, of
Adel, Ga., died Oct. 15.
He was born in Berrien
County, Ga., and was a retired
gas tank installer.
He is survived by his wife,
Mabel; two daughters, Nancy
Polk of Plant City and Rhonda
Weldon of Tampa; two broth-
ers, Melvin of Adel and
Norman of Lakeland; a sister,
Alene Cauley of Lakeland; and
Baker Funeral Home, East
Harry I. Manley, 74, of Plant
City died Oct. 17.
He was born in Coatesville,
Pa., and came here from
Pennsylvania 12 years ago.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of the Korean War and a life-
time member of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars.
He retired from Lukens
Steel after 35 years and
attended St. Clement Catholic
He is survived by his wife,
Tillie; two daughters, Tina
Cabry of Atglen, Pa. and
Teresa of Plant City; two sis-
ters, Doris Davis of Virginia
and Flo Krempa of Pennsylva-
nia; and two grandchildren.
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Robert L. Benton, 73, of
Plant City died Oct. 18.
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Dover and a U.S. Navy veteran
of the Korean War.
He was a business manager
for Local Union 824 IBEW and
attended Salem Primitive
He is survived by his wife,
Barbara Mize Benton; a son,
Jack Condrey; three daugh-
ters, Sandra Lawless, Stacy
Dillard and Wanda Wood; two
brothers, John and Eddie;
three sisters, Lillian Johns,
Ruth Mulholland and Aline
Hobbs; seven grandchildren;
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Lady Cougars Finish 11th At State Golf Tourney
The rainy, cooler weather
that came through here early
Saturday was not the best
environment for a swim meet,
much less a very important
one. That's why Plant City
junior Stephanie Barker is just
glad her season is continuing.
Barker, albeit shivering her
way through the competition
Saturday, performed well
enough to advance to the
state meet for a third straight
year. She will be joined in Fort
Lauderdale by Durant divers
Kaylee Doback and Chris
Plante, both of whom won the
1-meter diving event at the
3A-Region 2 meet in Sarasota.
Knowing that a top-eight
finish was mandatory to be
considered for the state meet,
Barker had one concern -
other than staying warm at
the Selby Aquatic Center at
the Sarasota YMCA.
"I had to make it to the
finals," Barker said. "It was so
cold, pouring down rain, and
Luckily Barker was able to
achieve her goal in both of her
events, and she ended up
finishing sixth in the 100
butterfly and seventh in the
50 free finals later Saturday
night. When the state-
qualifying times came out
Sunday Barker had easily
made it in the butterfly, but
her time of 25.59 seconds in
the 50 free was good for the
24th and final spot in the state
This year's times have been
slower in general for the
standout, but for good reason.
Injuries to both shoulders, the
bummer being an impinge-
ment of her left rotator cuff,
made it tough to perform at
peak levels (as one might
"I was swimming the 500 at
Brandon, against Armwood,"
she said. "By the end of the
race, it took all I had just to
finish. After that I stayed away
from the 500. I'm not really a
long distance swimmer
Barker will hit the pool this
Friday morning, hoping again
to make the finals which are
set for Friday night. The
diving competition starts at 9
Plant City's Anna Palermo
came closer than anyone else
from the Raiders or Cougars
to qualify for state. Her time
in the 100 breaststroke was
good for 11th in the region.
SHEFFIELD, BRADY GET
By DAREK SHARP
Once the Durant girls golf
team stopped worrying about
its score and started having
fun, darned if the scoring
Making its second straight
trip to the state tournament,
the Cougars improved their
2005 results by finishing two
places higher in the team
standings. Durant finished
11th in the Class 2A tourna-,
ment Oct. 24-25 at The Saints
Golf Club in Port St. Lucie.
"We only had two players
who had played in this type of
environment, maybe not used
to the pressure," said Durant
golf coach Dick Sheffield.
By DAREK SHARP
Their most important game
is still a week away but the
Plant City Raiders would
prefer not to lose momentum
in the meantime. The Raiders
finish up the football regular
season Nov. 3 with a home
game against Riverview.
"We're going to approach
this one with winning the
game in mind," said Plant City
head coach Kevin Kelley,
saying that Riverview's
mindset is the one that is more
of a question mark. That's
because the Sharks find them-
selves out of the playoff hunt,
the result of a gut-wrenching
defeat last week.
Riverview, needing a victory
over Sarasota to make the 6A
playoffs, led the Sailors 14-7
and made a key interception
in the end zone midway
through the fourth quarter.
The Sharks tried to run out the
clock but tried a rare pass and
had it intercepted at the River-
view 27-yard line.
Sarasota then scored but
missed the extra point, only to
be given another chance when
the Sharks were called for
roughing the kicker. The Sail-
ors chose to go for two and
made it with 2:45 to go, hold-
ing on for a 15-14 victory.
And so Riverview will not go
the playoffs despite what
would be a final record of 8-2
if it wins at Raider Stadium
"I'm not sure how they're
going to come out against us,
if they're going to be all fired
up and upset, or maybe kind
of out of it," Kelley said.
"They shot above their ave-
rage Tuesday, but we went out
that night with the Wharton
girls and relaxed. They knew
they weren't going to finish in
the top half (of 16 teams) but,
we decided to shoot for the
top 10. And have fun doing
The plan almost worked
perfectly. Though Wharton
ended up with the 10th spot,
Durant did improve its team
score by 18 shots on the
second day of the tournament.
Heather Wengyn led the way
with rounds of 80 and 76, the
latter setting a school record
for 18 holes.
Ashley Miller, playing in her
last high school tourney, had
the best Tuesday score on the
Cougars with an 84 and fol-
lowed that with an 85. Amy
West improved from a 93 to an
86 and the fourth and fifth
The Raiders did not have
any such drama in their game,
which was their fourth straight
victory after an 0-5 start. Run-
ning back Keith Dawson
scored both of Plant City's
touchdowns and the defense
put forth another strong
showing in a 20-0 win at Bloo-
The Raiders have a home
playoff game Nov. 10 for the
first time since 1998 when
they take on Lake Gibson. The
Braves secured the 5A-District
7 spot last week by rolling past
Meantime, Lakeland barely
squeaked past Kissimmee
Had Lakeland lost, the
Dreadnaughts would have
had to host a three-way tie-
breaker Monday with Lake
Gibson and Kissimmee
Osceola as the other partici-
Kelley is not sure how to
take the result, since as the
No. 1 team in the country
Lakeland is expected to come
out of Plant City's region (5A-
Region 2) but now looks beat-
"Well, the thing is Lake
Gibson beat Kissimmee
Osceola pretty good the week
before, and we have to play
Lake Gibson," he said.
Indeed, the Braves put up
35 on that same Kowboys
defense that had Lakeland
scoreless through 3 1/2 quar-
The Raiders, should they
beat Lake Gibson next week,
would be at home against the
Land 0' Lakes-Chamberlain
winner. Land O' Lakes secured
the 5A-District 5 champion-
ship with an impressive 18-0
win over Wharton, leaving the
golfers. Lianne Carter and Jen
Harris trimmed nearly 10
shots off their scores.
No one was going to catch
Lake Howell High from Winter
Park. That team shot 8-over-
par as a group, with Jessica
Yadloczky firing 7-under for
her two rounds.
Four golfers finished under
par led by medalist Alex
Buelow (Martin County) at 8-
The other, third-place fin-
isher Madisson Pressel of Boca
Raton, is the younger sister of
up-and-coming LPGA star
Durant was 13th at last
year's state tournament. Shef-
field thinks the team can crack
the top 10 next year despite
losing Miller, Carter and
Harris to graduation.
"What we need is another
really strong player, so hope-
fully there is somebody out
there," said Sheffield.
Both Wengyn and Miller
were named last week to the
first team in the Western Con-
ference Federal Division. West
made the second team.
Sheffield was named coach
of the year, as was Plant City
boys coach Gary Brady, whose
team made the regional tour-
ney and was the only squad in
Hillsborough County to beat
Plant this year. Plant went on
to finish eighth in the state
meet last week.
Spencer Baldwin and Chad
Ballantyne made the second
team in the Federal Division,
which is comprised of the
eastern Hillsborough schools
included district champ Bloo-
Dakota Baty made second
team from the Plant City girls
Plant City running back Jacari Bennett, left, shakes off Bloo-
mingdale defensive backs Jahmall Jones and Taylor Dunbar in
the first quarter of Friday's game. Bennett carried the ball 21
times for 78 yards.
PMant City High School's Chase Thompson and Bloomingdale
High School's Derek Walker go head to head during Friday's
game at Bloomingdale's Charley Harris Stadium.
Wildcats out of the playoffs as
an 8-2 team.
Plant City's impressive
defense play will have to con-
tinue, not only in order to
have a chance against River-
view but against Lake Gibson.
Safety Chris Bellamy had a
standout game against Tampa
Bay Tech, with Durant Lowe,
Denzel Drone and Brent
Butler also leading the way.
"Our entire defense played
lights out," Kelley said.
The inability to get the pass-
ing game going is still a con-
cern, Kelley said. The Raiders
only have 15 yards passing but
did run for 200 yards. Penal-
ties were also a problem,
negating about 100 more
yards in gains.
Brandon crushed East Bay
Friday to take the runner-up
spot in Plant City's district.
The Eagles led 42-6 before
winning 42-28, and now travel
to Lakeland in the first round.
The region's other matchup is
Gaither at Alonso.
Durant's playoff hopes went
quietly in a 21-0 defeat at Sar-
asota Riverview on Friday. The
Rams made the 6A bracket
along with Sarasota. With Sar-
asota's victory, Durant stood
to be the district champion
had it been able to win.
The Cougars' bye week falls
this Friday. Durant finished 4-
6 after losing its last four
games of the season.
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Aist TO xpect
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Sun. Nov. 19 at pm.r.
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tions. $1800mo & dep.
C( Condominiums ))
Palms luxury 2br, 2ba,
condo, gate pool, club-
house. water view,
near 175 & Crosstown.
USF Area 2br 3.5 ba, 2
story, 2 scrned balco-
nies, wash/dryer pool/
Jacuzzi, freshly paint-
ed, $1250 mo, $1250 dep
+ pet dep. 646-554-7666.
( Duplex / Triplex ))
new 3br, 2.5ba, town
home. Credit check
required. No dogs.
$995/mo. + $500 Dep.
4BR/3BA/3CG 2600 SF,
brand new 2006, near
175. $1650/month. Call
large 4/2, pool/pond,
Ige corner lot, cul-de-
sac, $1,850/mo. Include
lawn/pool maint & all
CENTRAL TAMPA, one
block from River. Re-
modeled, wood floors,
2br iba + fam rm $975.
No pets, Sec deposit,
credit -" 813-289-0777
CORK Area, Irg Spotless
2br, lba, w/CHA, porch,
det gar.$950/mo + sec,
FISHHAWK RANCH, 4br
2ba 3car, formal liv.,
din., A+ schools, apple.
included. 2140 sf living
area, avail 11/1. $1575 +
LAND 0 Lakes/ $1100
Pasco, Grand Oaks Junc-
tion 54 175/275 2005 3br
2ba 2cg formal DR, all
appls + clubhse/pool
813-766-2554 / 766-9544
PLANT City 3br/lba
fenced back yard CHA.
$900 Mo 1st & last plus
200 damage deposit
PLANT CITY, Affordable
3 bedroom 11/2 bath
2509 Waver St
Prof Prop Mngt
813 747-1128 ext 203
PLANT City, Brandon,
Valrico, Riverview Ybor
$2 750mo. Prof. Prop
South Tampa, Charming
South Shore Group
TOWN AND COUNTRY, 3
br, 2 ba, 1450 sq. ft., bo-
nus room, family room,
central aird TNC Blvd.
VALRICO, 3/2/2 clean &
Ouiet, fenced bkyrd, tile
floors, vaulted ceilings,
storage shed, scrnd
orch $1300 w/sec dep
2baths 2car gar 165
sgut, fenced yard, end
of ul-de-sac $12 1/mo
Pets welcome Call Bob
813-391-7361 ID 1912818
L c |Buy
WESLEY Chapel, Bridge
water, 3 br 2ba/2cg,
Brand New All appli-
lease opt available.
WESLEY CHAPEL 4/2.5.
sq. ft. close to BB
Bonefish Grill. $1395 mo
Crestview subd. 3br 2ba2
2c 1385sf, Avail. Now
$libo/mo. 1st & sec.
ets Ok. 813-991-4530
knocking in Classified.
We have hundreds of
listed every day.
DOVER 3bd, 2ba, double
wide, Irg private lot, se-
cluded, $175/wk + sec.
& Must have
( Townhouses ]}
Land 0 Lakes/ Stage-
coach 3bd/3ba Gated,
pool, park & trails, en-
closed porch. End unit,
all appls, avail immed.
NEW Tampa Be the 1st to
enjoy this fab spacious
crnr Twnhm in N. Tpa.
3br, 2.5ba, 2cg, scrn
lanai, Upgrades galore,
easy access to 1-75,
Furn or unfurn. $1700-
$2000/mo. Inc W/D &
until. Days 269-598-3249
S. TAMPA LUXURY TH
3bd /2 ba & (2) /2 baths/
2cg, 1715SF. NEW!! 2
blks from Hyde Park Vil-
lage & Lifestyles Gym
$2650 mo 813-300-4501
SCampers / Travel
S Trailers JJ
17' Skyline 1992 Nomad,
Great condition, Dual
Axle, Electric Brakes,
sway bar $3,800
31' Airsteam 1973, Good
Condition, Rear Bath
Twin Beds Sleeps 4
3 holding' tanks, Good
AC & Refrg. $9,000
33' INTERNATIONAL T.T.
self cont, mega slide,
sleeps 6, washer/dryer
awning, must sell,
38' Franklin 2005, two
slides, self cont, W/D
CHA, sleeps 6. Loaded.
Sacrifice for $21,900.
40FT 2006 HERITAGE 4
slide outs, washer, dry-
er, 2 ACs, awning, more.
Sleeps 6Clean! $27,550
DODGE 2005 VIPER Conv.
SRT-10 Yellow/ bik/blk
upgraded audio, adult
own, Non-smoker. 3500
mi. 6araged. Awesome!
Sell $59,900 non neg.
Tony 215-651-9268 also
I BUY TRAVEL TRAILERS,
5TH WHEELS &
CALL Dave ANYTIME
((Motor Homes / RVs))
2 2' Rialta 22QD
Winnebago 2003 28,500
miles V6. Mini kitchen,
cloth interior, awning
33' 2004 Itasca Sunrise 2
slides, 10K miles.
$75,000. Many, many
upgrades. Ca for more
37.51F Newmar 1995
Kountry Star Model
3756 slide out, W/D,
new tires, extra clean.
$35.5K obo 813-810-2886
41' 2006 Monaco Diplo-
mat, 6,500 mi, Cummins
400HP, 4 slides, home
enter. center, satellite
TV, electric power cord,
slide out tray, 6 way
power seats, u. pillow
top mattress, too many
options to list, $215,000.
888-Bates RV Nearly
600 Airstream Jayco
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tpa.
FOREST RIVER 2003
Georgetown 30' work-
horse, no slides extra
sway control fully load-
ed, ss simulators like
new. 6841 miles. $49,500
POPUP CAMPERS for rent
A/C Sink Stove, Frig.
Call Lynn to reserve @
[( RV Storage J)
STORAGE 5515 Cause-
way Blvd, RVs Cars,
Trucks, Trirs. $50/mo.
SRVs / Campers 11
LOOKING to Buy
Used Travel Trailer
or 5th Wheel.
Will Pay Cash!
Call (727) 459-3856.
[( Watersports i)
SEA KAYAK 16' EddyLine,
Nighthawk, almost new,
only 4hrs on water
great cargo spc. Swift
paddle inclluded. $1600.
(( Watersports ))
YAMAHA 2001 Waverun-
ner XL700, barely used,
low hours, great cond.
trailer incl. $2950.
[( Boats ])
17 POLAR SALTWATER
FLATS, 70HP Johnson,
center console, trolling
motor, with trailer,
18' 1996 CHAPARRAL
Bow Rider, 3.0L Merc.
I/O, all equipped, ready
for water, $4,500 obo.
18' Hydra-Sport bass
boat.'78, 150hp Mercu-
ry In-Line 6, Runs Good,
Needs Minor Work,
Fast! Good condition.
21' RANGER 521 VX 2003
Evinrude Ram. Hydraul-
ic jack plate, GPS Mint.
26' 2002 Wellcraft, 5.7L
DP, Sips 4 Vacu-Flush
Head, Winlass Trailer
Too Much To List!
$47,500. (813) 215-5858
26' 2005 Triton CC, Twin
Yamaha 225,80 hrs, out-
cockpit curtains, stereo
/CD elect. flush porce-
lain head, custom alumi-
num trailer, custom
boat cover, lowrance,
111C HD, $90,000.
28.5', Buccaneer 1977
Full galley/head $8,500
COBRA OCEAN KAYAK
$600. 2 MAN W/ GEAR
WE'RE IN IN ST. PETE
Several Storm Damaged
& Donated Boats. Will
Buy &Sell. Call Mike
[(Boat Slips / Storage))
ISLAND Estates Yacht
Club slips from $125K to
$299K Weichert, Real-
tors Sun Sand & Sea
Homes (727) 687-9980
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+/mo. Secured loc'n
Pasadena Yacht & CC.
Deep water boat slips
for sale/lease. Limited
number available. Call
727-381-7922 xt 12
Boat Supplies &
S Accessories J
BOATLIFT & cradle, the
finest alum. boatlift &
stainless hardware, 8-
24Klb, professional in-
stall, available (remote
avail.). Pateco Manufac-
turer, Inc. 727-397-8130
21-23 ft, aluminum,
tandem axles. $1000.
[( Sailboats )
23' AMF Paceship 1977
w/9.8 Tohatsu 2003, 3
sails, good cond
w/trailer, must sell
[( Boats Wanted )}
Boat Donations Wanted
To Support Clearwater
SAuto Engines /
Parts / Misc.
Bay Area Motor Works
Engine rebuild & install
Upto 3yr warranty
[( Trailers-Tractors )]
HYDRAULIC CHAIRS for
18 wheeler, brand new
in box, $800/obo. Call
Kim anytime for more
[(Trucks Ught Duty])
DODGE 1991 Dakota, V8,
8' bed, 107k orig mi, AC,
new rims, clean body,
runs strong, well kept,
1st $2700. 813-662-7829
[( Trucks Light Duty ))
DODGE 2005 Quad Cab
Hemi GT Extreme model
veh. 7Kmi., DVD video
alum. whis, $34 800 obo
Must Sell!! 813-677-4986
FORD 1992 Ranger V6,
cold A/C, 5 spd,CD
FM/AM camper top
runs reat! Must sell
FORD 1996 Ranger, cold
AC, AM/FM, new tires,
transm, fleet maint.
runs great $3000 obo.
FORD 2001 F150 Harley
Davidson, V8, fiberglass
topper, 20" wheels, 32k
ml, black exc. cond.
FORD 2003 F250
CREWCAB, 7.3 Turbo die-
sel, 64K mi, one owner, 4
new tires, new cond.
[( Vans )v
DODGE 2005 Caravan
PW, PL Tint 7 psgr,
Cold AC, Like New, Ong
Owner 41K Clear title,
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor,
wheelchair ramp & tie
downs, 22K miles. For
more info 727-492-1630
FORD 1992 Aerostar XLT,
88k, AC, full power,
wife's van. $2000.
FORD 1996 E250, 180k
mi, 6cyl., silver exc.
work truck $2500 1990
GMC Van, 130k mi V-8,
red, good work truck
FORD 1996 HI-Top
leather, TV FCP, full pwr
1 owner, 60K mi, Musi
see. $7500 813-504-6690
FORD 1998 Windstar, Pwr
win. & locks, dual A/C,
luggage rack, 103K mi
HONDA 2003 Odyssey EX
3.51, V6, Gold w/beige
leather int., Great cond.
43k miles, LOADED!!
PONTIAC 2000 Montana
extended van, 8 pass,
64.5K mi, 1 owner, non-
smoker clean 6200.
((Sports Utility Vehicles))
Cadillac 2000 Escalade,
cold AC, mint condition
6 disc CD changer all
leather, On Star system.
Black. It's a beauty.
15,500. 813-516-8108 or
CADILLAC 2003 Escalade
AWD, new 22" chrme
whis and tires, sunrf,
fac wrty, burg/tan, 39K
mi $31,550 813-245-4660
CADILLAC 2006 Escalade
AWD, 5kmi, V8, 20 in
chrm whis, Nav + DVD
2855 WEB ID# 1894266
FORD 1996 Explorer XLT
New motor (under war-
ranty). Very Clean De-
pendable vehicle. 1st
FORD 1997 Explorer,
black, clean, low mi,
FORD 2004 Explorer
Sport Trac 12,600 mi,,
GMC 2001 Yukon 4WD
SLT Loaded, 3rd row
seat, pewter. $12,800
INFINITI 2005 FX35-Mint
condition, 38,000 miles,
Fully oaded $27500.
JEEP 1998 Grand Chero-
kee Limited. Exc cond.
new brakes & tires,
ID # 1903832
JEEP 2001 Grand Chero-
kee, Silver w/Leather
Seats, Exc cond. New
Tires, 81K $9,500
LAND Rover 2003 Range
Rover HSE $39,000, Ext
Warranty to 74k Miles,
57,500 Mi, auto trans,
4WD, A/C CD, cruise,
leather int., pwr locks,
pwr seats, pwr win-
dows sunroof, tow pkg,
LEXUS 1993 ES300
fully loaded, all records
and keys $4950
MERCURY 2005 Mariner,
4cyl, 12k mi., Gorgeous
color combo in & out,
loaded! 5$14 250
To subscribe, call
((Sports Utility Vehicles))
TOYOTA 2000 4-Runner
SR5, 4x4, sport pkg,
sunroof, alloys, 69k mi,
Exc cond. $12,500 obo
TOYOTA 2002 RAV4 ext
warranty, 4cyl, 2WD,
sunroof, all power,
built-in movie screen,
(( Motorcycles 1)
BIG DOG 2006 K9-Black
w/tribal design, vance
hines pipes sissy bar,
rider pad, LED lights,
117 S&S motor under
3 000 miles. $23,500
HARLEY 2002 Road King
Classic, 2K Miles, Pearl
White, Extras, Garaged
HARLEY 2005 Lo-Rider
95" Screamin Eagle
stage II, custom wheels,
Rineharts. 3000 mi in-
vest $26K $15,995/obo,
HARLEY Davdison 2004
Road King, black; $4K
extras, warr.-2011; 10k
HARLEY Davidson 1998
Fatboy! Reverse black-
out, lots of chrome,
Corbin seats, saddle-
pipes, 17k mi, gar. kept,
too many extras to list!
HARLEY Davidson 2001
1200 Custom Sportster,
Mint condition 5500
windsheild, engine bar,
forward controls, sad-
dle bags custom pipes,
$7500 OBO 813-205-9778
HARLEY Davidson 1999
Softtail custom, 8k
miles, like new, $12,500.
HONDA 2002 VTX 1800S
6 K Mi, Grey,
HONDA 2004 650L
3,567mi, highway miles,
low off roa minor cos-
metic damage. $3,750
KAWASAKI 1998 250
Great Cond. rebit motor
$1,300 also TOMAS 2003
Moped, almost new, 50
mi. $750. 813-267-1203
VICTORY 2001 Custom,
1507cc, 4K mi, show-
room, loaded, garaged
[( Golf Carts
Chargers, parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
[( ATVs )
POLARIS 2003 TrailBoss
330, garage kept, low
hours runs great $2450
YAMAHA BANCHEE 350
mint cond. with T5
pipes, ITP rims with Ra-
zor tires, many extra
Billett aluminum pars,
$$$ CASH $$$
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[(Classics & Antiques))
CHEVY 1972 Pick-up
truck, short bed, 327,
New Paint, New
Upholstry $6,900 obo
CORVETTE 1977, T-tops,
50K actual miles,
leather, in storage 13
yrs, orig car, $9999.
DODGE 1969 Dart Red,
All original, 49k mi.,
273cu, Rally wheels &
new vinyl top. $5500
FORD 1965 Mustang Cpe
V8, Auto, New Floors &
Gas Tank, Great Project
Car, $2 850 obo
FORD 1971 Torino GT
rare 3 spd. column shift,
302 V8, family owned 36
y ears, needs work,
((Automobiles for Sale))
2002 Chrysler PT Cruis-
er, Shiny Black
beauty/tan int, 5-spd
sport pkg: sunrf,
spoilerp-win, 91K All
maint $7500 OBO
A cuddly companion
could be yours. We've
got puppies, kittens
and more. Check them
out in Critter Corner,
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form with ad copy to:
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((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
$23,500 Call 850-443-
$S500 POLICE IMPOUNDS
Cars from $500! Tax
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IRS sales! Cars, Trucks,
Honda's Chevy s and
more! For Listings Call
1-800-425-1834 ext 1207
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ACURA 1992 Legend
$1000 Runs Good!
ACURA 2004 RSX, blk, 35k
mi, fully loaded!
Sunroof, under factory
warranty till 2010/
lOOkmi! $2000 value!
813-393-6651 No dealers
BMW 1990 325i convert.
New Top, Zender
Wheels, Runs Great,
BMW 2004 M3 Blk w/Blk
Leather, 19" whls/Sport
Pkg, 6 spd,31K Mi, War-
ranty, Showroom Cond.
BUICK 1996 Park Ave.
designer series, every
factory option, 99K mi.
exc. condo. $5000 obo.
CHEVY 2000 CAMARO SS,
6spd, Hurst shifter, low
mi, wht/blk Ithr, serv-
iced regularly exc cond
CHEVY 2000 Impala LS
3.7 engine Cold AC, very
clean, 121k highway ml.
PS PW PDL tilt P seat
CHEVY 2001 Impala 67ki
mi, A/C, alarm, CD,|
I below book value
CHEVY 2001 Impala
18600 mile, perfect
shape, only 1 owner.
CHEVY 2006 Corvette
Z-51, Silver w/grey
int, 2100 mi, paddle
shift auto trans, ABS,
CD, frnt/side airbags
pwr seats Polished
Chrome whfs, $46,000
CHEVY 2006 Impala LT
12,950 Mi, Burg/Gry,
Wrnty, Carfax Cert. 17"
whis, CD, Spoiler, Tint
Wood, Dr Svcd. $13,956
CHRYSLER 1989 LeBaron
Conv't. 4 cyl, AT, ps, AC,
runs good, new top,
((Automobiles for Sale))
CORVETTE 1994 88k
miles, polo green, black
interior, great car
priced be ow book.
DODGE 1999 Conversion
Van! Hi top, new en-
gine, runs good!
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FORD 1964 Falcon: 2dr,
black, 302 engine, Ac-
tion transmission, 410
rears, $10,500 obo.
FORD 1995 Mustang
Conv't, 5 spd, gold over
black good cond. $3000
FORD 2006 Mustang
only 13k miles. $22k
FORD 2006 Mustang
Conv. V6 Auto Premi-
um Pkg., Loaded, All Op-
tions, 9k mi, Black/Tan
GMC 2004 Yukon Denali
XL, bik w/ tan int load-
ed exc coned 83K mi
$36K All dealer srv'd!
HONDA 1993 Civic -$950
OBO Fully Loaded!
HONDA 1999 Civic, clean
gas saver, low mi
HONDA 2001 Accord EX
4dr, auto, dk blue, 69K
mi, CD changer, sunroof
Pwr windows, keyless.
HYUNDAI 2006 Sonata
GLS, 13,950 mi, wht/ tan
fact wrty, Car fax cert,
all opts, dir svcd CD
LEXUS 2002 SC430 con-
vertible, amethyst col-
or, black interior, 50K
miles excellent cond.,
LEXUS 2005 GS430, 23K
mi., silver w/ blk Ithr,
NAV, ML Audio, exc.
cond., spoiler. $37,900
LEXUS 2006 GS300, 1
owner, 11k mi., new
nav, A/C seats white ex-
terior ash mint., $4k
chrome pkg., $50k new,
sell $39,900! 813-831-
4681, 352-812-8181 cell.
LINCOLN 2000 LS
V8 Sport, garage kept,
ext warranty, maint
records, excellent cond,
((Automobiles for Sale))
MAZDA 1980 RX7 with
350 Chevy, runs &
drives, needs restoring.
$1000 Call Joe:
MERCEDES 2000 E320:
66K, immac, must see,
all avail opts silver Xe-
non. Must sell! $13,775
MERCEDES 2003 SL500
late condition, 60K mi,
non smoker, asking
MERCEDES 2006 500SL
fully loaded black on
black 4000 miles,
$82,060. Private Owner.
MERCEDES 2006 C230
Sports Sedan, 6K miles,
white, 4dr, V6, automat-
ic, excellent condition,
MERCEDES Benz 2002
CLK 430 Cabriolet,
Silver w/blk top. 1
owner, 50K mi, grt cond
MINI Cooper S, 2003,
green, gray Ithr int. low
mi., perfect cond., Mov-
ing, must sell! $21,000
NISSAN 2002 MAXIMA
SE, 61K mi, loaded, Ithr,
5 disc Bose, 2 yr warran-
ty left, mint cond. $15K
NISSAN 2004 Altima: 2.5S
auto, silver, 37k miles,
$12,300. Call for info
PONTIAC 1968 Grand Prix
runs & drives, needs re-
storing. $1000. Call Joe
PONTIAC 2004 Grand Prix
GTP, Leather, Sunroof,
17" Alum. Tinspoke
wheels, 33k mi. $14,800
SATURN, 1997 SL1, auto,
157K mi. well maint. ac-
cidents free, non-smkr
srvc rec avail. exc. cond
SATURN 2003 Ion auto,
AC, CD, 50,000 mi., exc.
cond., great starter car!
TOYOTA 1996 Camry LE
4 cyl, 171K mi, auto, all
power, well maint. CD,
green, great cond.
$3300 obo. 813-657-0299
TOYOTA 1998 Camry
5 spd, 8IK mi, all main-
tenance records. Runs
VOLVO 1990 740, auto, 4
cyl, all power, stereo
orig owner, 176K hwy
mi. ABS looks & runs
exc. $1660 813-681-7994
VOLVO 1996 850 STA-
TION WAGON, 137K
miles green, 3rd seat
and hitch, CD player,
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