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Family plan
visitation, funeral for
Jody Missildine, who
died in Iraq earlier
this month.


Readers weigh
in on the recent
immigration protests
in Plant City and the
death of Ashton Bass.


The aisle beckons for
these area couples.


The Rev. Barry Bahr
of Cork United
Methodist Church is
our latest "In the
Spirit" profile.


City egg hunt draws
more than 1,000.





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-Final Curtain

For The Op ry?'

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Hundreds of mourners attended the funeral of Ashton Lee Bass April
12 at the First Baptist Church of Plant City.

Courageous Angel

Is Laid To Rest

There is something outra-
geously tragic about the death
of little children.
Seeing a young person die is
one of life's cruel realities.
It seems reasonable to me
that every family must pray that
such a tragic event will never
happen to them. But it happens
to some, nonetheless.
On April 12, little Ashton Lee
Bass, fighting cancer for almost
a year, was buried at Hopewell
Cemetery. She died April 8.
Her parents, Russell and
April, and her two sisters,
Brittany and Brooke, and many
other family members and
friends suffered through a long
day that could only end with
Ashton lying in her grave.
Many families suffer such
tragedies. None of them can be
easy. This one must have been
especially hard.
Early on Wednesday, mourn-
ers began to enter the sanctuary
at the First Baptist Church of
Plant City. Violin and guitar
music gently played in the
background. Friends and family
slowly filed past the tiny casket
to pay their respects. Little
Ashton, thin and frail from the
effects of her 51-week battle
with her deadly foe, lay in an


open casket. Her arms were
folded. She was at peace. But
her heartwarming smile was
not there. If only it could have
Ashton's brief childhood was
pictorially displayed on two
poster boards. She was shown
during good times and bad. Her
smile was electric. The center of
the church was circled with
stands of flowers.
Thirty-five members of the
family, five generations from
the Plant City area, sat in the
front of the church bidding the
little girl Godspeed. Her father,
Russell "Shawn" Bass, is a Plant
City policeman. Sixty uni-
formed officers, several of them
from the Hillsborough County
Sheriff's Office, and a number
of plainclothes detectives and
family members also sat
See BASS, Page 20

As the producer, promoter
and director of Plant City'.s
Florida Opry contemplates
retirement from the stage, fans
are hoping it's just a passing
"Next year might be the last
season for me at the Opry," said
Myrle Henry, the founder and
main man at the Opry.
Henry made the comment
shortly after the close of his
show at the Florida Strawberry
Festival, March 12. Henry
started the Florida Opry in 1997
and puts on about six shows
each year at.the 1914 Plant City
High School auditorium. He
also produces and directs three
or four shows for various
churches around town. And he
brings his Opnr to the Florida
Strawberry Festival for at least
one show in early March.
Although Henry has repeated
this lament after each of the last
.two or three season-, this time
'he might really mean it.
It wouldn't be good news for
the hundreds of music lover
who come to the Plant City
1914 High School auditorium to-
hear their favorite songs and
see familiar artists between
November and April each year,
fans said.
"It will wear on you after a
while," Henry said. 'We have a
dedicated staff of volunteers. I
couldn't make it without them.
But I do all the producing and
promoting. It takes a lot of
attention to get it right show
after show."

See OPRY, Page 18

Gospel Sing April 21
One of the largest gospel
sings to be held in eastern
Hillsborough County in
more than 25 years is
scheduled for April 21 at 7
p.m. at First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer
Myrle Henry and The
Florida Opry are presenting
the group's eighth annual
"Old-Fashioned All Night
lAlmost) Gospel Sing." The
church will hold more than
There will be nine
different groups, including
Never Fade Bluegrass
Gospel Band. Spiritual
Song from First Baptist
Church of Plant City. Royal
City & The Boys from
Winter Haven, Celebration
Quartet from Bell Shoals
Baptist Church in Brandon.
The Faithful Men Gospel
Quartet from Citrus Park,
Chapter III Irio from
Lakeland, Edith Langston &
The Gospel NMets, Bloo-
mingdale Messenger
Quartet and The Master's
Four Gospel Quartet from
First Baptist Church of
The sing will run from 7
to 11:15 p.m. with an
intermission at about 9:30.
Children under 10 \ears of
age admitted free; 11 to 17
are $5 each: and 18 and
over are $10 each.
There will be a freewill
offering taken to benefit the
American Cancer Society.
Tickets are available at
Family and Friends, 1304 S.
Collins St., or at the door.

GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Myrle Henry has said the next Florida Opry season might be his
last. Henry has been instrumental in bringing country, bluegrass
and gospel music to the opry stage in the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center since the opry was founded in the
1997-98 season.



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Performing Arts
Summer Camp
Ms. Dixie's Aurora Music
and Performing Arts, 206 S.
Evers St., plans a Performing
Arts Summer Camp June 1-30.
The camp features crafts,
dance, music, theater, model-
ing, etiquette and field trips.
Cost is $85 per week and the
camp is held from 8 a.m. to 5:
30 p.m. Preregistration starts
May 15. Call: 717-9575.

Quilt Guild
demonstration on tap
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild
plans a demonstration day
April 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at the Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St.
Members will demonstrate
needle techniques and answer
The group's work is on dis-
play throughout the library
this month.
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild
makes and donates many
items for charity. Last year, the
group donated more than 250
quilts, stuffed animals and lap
robes to several charities.
The guild meets the second
Thursday of each month at 7:
15 p.m. at the Winter Visitors
Center, 301 Dort St. Call:
Robbie Damron, 478-8601.

Festival elects board
The Florida Strawberry Fes-
tival board of directors held its
annual membership meeting
April 3 and elected new offi-
cers for the 2007 festival.
The following officers were
elected: president, Johnny
Dean Page; vice president,
Gary Boothe; secretary,
Michael Sparkman; treasurer,
Ronald Gainey.
Other directors elected at
the Monday meeting were:
Terry Ballard, Al Berry, Hilman
Bowden, Betty Chambers, Jim
Jeffries, Ken Lucas, William R.
McClelland, Joe E. Newsome,
Kenneth Peace, James L.
Redman, Ray "Rolly" Rollyson
Jr. and Dan Walden.
The 2007 Florida Strawberry
Festival will be held March 1-

Music classes at First Baptist
The School of Music and
Arts of First Baptist Church
Plant City is offering summer
music classes. The classes are:
Six weeks of private music
lessons in various instru-
ments will be offered June 5-
July 15 for $98.
.* Let's Make Music, a music
and arts experience for chil-
dren in grades one through
five;is planned for June 27-28,
from 9 a.m. to noon for $20
per child.
Come Blow Your Horn, an.
instrumental workshop for
teens and adults will be
offered July 13-15, Thursday
and Friday evening from 6:30
to 8:30 and Saturday from 9:30, to'noon for $20 a person.
Call: 750-4878.

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

New Emer.ency enter For Hospital PO .CE LO-. f

New Emergency Center For Hospital POLICE LOGi,



News Report
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.,
plans a public preview of the
new $10 million Jim and Ruby
Jean Redman Emergency
Center April 23, from 1 to 4
Billed as a "prevention con-
vention," the event will
include interactive exhibits on
safety and health.
Local agencies will present
displays on gun, automobile,
car seat, boating and water
safety, as well as burn, child
abuse and sports injury pre-
There will be children's acti-
vities, refreshments, givea-
ways and appearances by
costumed characters, Stella,
Toby and the Mighty Meds
super heroes.

Amenities at the new
24,000-square-foot emergency
center include private care
areas, designated workspace
for local ambulance and law
enforcement teams, and an
outdoor decontamination
area for patients exposed to
hazardous materials.
The center will also include
staffing for cardiac, obstetric,
psychiatric, orthopedic and
minor-emergency care.
Serving more than 40,000
patients annually, the former
emergency department was
operating at capacity. The new
center has the capability of
handling up to 72,000 visits
per year, according to hospital
"Our old emergency wing
was built to serve 20,000
people a year, but in actuality
we were serving more than
40,000 every year," said Shan-
non Mitchell, the hospital's
manager of marketing.



"We are ecstatic," said Bill
Ulbricht the hospital's chief
operating officer and adminis-
trator. "The final product is
even beyond our expecta-
tions." Ulbricht said the the
hospital could not have built
the new center without
"If we didn't have commu-
nity support we could not
have pulled it off."
Funding for the center came
from community donations.
South Florida Baptist
Hospital is a 147-bed acute
care facility that provides a full
range of diagnostic, surgical,
therapeutic, women's and
rehabilitative services, and
serves Plant City and sur-
rounding areas as a nondeno-
minational,I nonprofit
community' hospital.
For more information about
the hospital, visit www.south- or call 757-




Photo courtesy of the Plant City Civitan Club

Civitans help out school
The Plant City Civitan Club recently presented a check for $5,000 for the Kimberly Waters
Memorial Fund at J.S. Robinson Elementary School. Waters was a teacher's aide in a special
education class at Robinson who died in an auto accident last year. The fund received
$5,000 when it was initially set up last June, and the latest donation will be matched by the
Hillsborough County Education Foundation and be used at Robinson to benefit the stu-
dents. Pictured are Ann Churchwell, right, president of the Civitan Club; Jane Morgan,
principal at Robinson Elementary; Jackie Waters, Kimberly's mom and teacher at Robinson;
and James and Betty Jones, Kimberly's grandparents.

Funeral Planned For Fallen Soldier



News Report
Jody Missildine, a Plant City
High School graduate who
died in Iraq earlier this month,
-will be buried April 21 at Hope-
well Memorial Gardens with
full military honors.
A memorial service, is
planned at 11 a.m. the same
day at First Baptist Church of
Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.,
with the Rev. Joseph Bowles
officiating. A visitation is set for
April 20 from 6 to 8 p.m. at
Hopewell Funeral Home, 6005
S. State Road 39.
Missildine, 19, was killed

April 8 by a roadside bomb
while patrolling Tal Afar, Iraq.
He joined the U.S. Army a week
after graduat-
ing from Plant
City High
School last
p Missildine's
uncle, Dale
said the family
.- "is doing
MISSILDINE about as well
as can be
expected right
now. Something like this is
especially hard when it's some-
one as young as Jody was."
The family has been inun-
dated with sympathy calls
since Jody died and is expect-

ing a large turnout for the vis-
itation and funeral service.
"He had a lot of friends here
in town plus lots of friends
from the service," Missildine
Jody Missildine is survived
by his father, Kevin Missildine
of Lakeland; his mother, Dar-
lene Moody of Adele, Ga.; two
brothers, Jason Missildine of
Plant City and Taylor Missil-
dine of Lakeland; two sisters,
Rachel Forsythe of Plant City
and Rebecca Missildine of
-Lakeland; paternal grandpar-
ents, Melvin and Shirley Missil-
dine-of Plant City; maternal
grandmother, Linda Moody of
Adele, Ga., and his great-
grandparents, Meryn and Jewel
Oyer of Plant City.

Say you saw it in The Courier

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The following incidents
were reported to the Plant City
Police Department between
April 2-9.
Burglary structure, 6 p.m.,
3100 block Sammonds Road
Burglary commercial, 10:50
p.m., 1400 block East Baker
Driving under the influence,
11:26 p.m., 400 block West
Devane Street
April 3
Criminal mischief, 1 p.m.,
Hitchcock and Alsobrook
Aggravated assault, 6:09
p.m., 300 block North Front-
age Road
Child molestation, 6:09
p.m., 1200 block West Rey-
nolds Street
Drug investigation, 6:12
p.m., Washington and Empire
April 4
Criminal mischief, 5:20
p.m., 800 block South Wood-
row Wilson Street
Drug investigation, 8:07
p.m., 800 block West Dr.
Martin Luther King Boulevard
Drug investigation, 11:28
p.m., South Collins and East
Alabama streets
April 5
Drug investigation, 2:24
a.m., East Park and South Jim
Johnson roads
Aggravated assault, 8:15
a.m., 300 block South Wheeler
Aggravated battery, 1:34
p.m., 300 block North Thomas
April 6
Burglary residence, 12:05
a.m., 100 block North Pearl
Drug investigation, 10:07
a.m., Reynolds and Walker
Drug investigation, 11:31
a.m., North Walker and West
Reynolds streets
Grand theft, 11:40 a.m., 400
block East Ohio Street
Retail theft, 1:45 p.m., 1400
block South Collins Street
Driving under the influence,
10:23 p.m., 900 block East Ala-
bama Street
April 7
Retail theft, 2:14 p.m., 2600
block James L. Redman Park-
Robbery, 4:15 p.m., Turkey
Creek and Airport roads
Vehicle theft, 5:30 p.m.,
1400 block South Collins
April 8
Aggravated assault, 1:20
a.m., 100 block West Highway
Driving under the influence,
5:46 a.m., Sydney and Turkey
Creek roads
Battery, 7 a.m., 100 block
West Madison Street
Retail theft, 9:55 a.m., 2100
block James L. Redman Park-
Burglary structure, 4 p.m.,
2300 block Sansone
Burglary .vehicle, 8 p.m.,
1300 block Sandalwood Drive
Burglary vehicle, 11 p.m.,
1300 block West Sandalwood
Burglary vehicle, 11 p.m.,
100 block Orange Bud Way
Stolen tag, 11:36 p.m., 1100
block South Waller Street
April 9
Drug investigation, 5:12
p.m., Evers and Reynolds
Drug investigation, 8:19
p.m., 1100 West Ball Street

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Business Women Plan Benefit For Shelter


Staff Report
The Plant City Charter
Chapter of the American
Business Women's Associa-
tion and the East Hillsborough
Friends of The Spring will host
a Working Women's Round
Up and Baby Shower April 24
from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Area restaurants are being
asked to give a prepared food
item that will be served to
donors as they drop off their
donations. A buffet lunch will
be provided during the drop-

The event will benefit The
Spring of Tampa Bay's
Domestic Violence Shelter.
The event, to be held at the
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Community Conference
Room, 301 N. Alexander St.,
provides an opportunity for
the community to drop off
new and gently-worn clothing
and personal hygiene items
that will be the shel-
ter's residents.
"It's been an honor to chair
this event for the last three
years," Linda Lawson said.
"This drive will provide much-
needed clothing for the many
individuals that have to flee
their home, sometimes even
during the night. These bat-

"'t's been an honor to chair this event for the
last three years. This drive will provide much-
needed clothing for the many individuals that
have to flee their home..."

tered adults and children
don't have the luxury to pack a
suitcase or carry food with
Lawson said the group is
particularly eager to collect
professional clothing and
shoes for the women and
"Of course, new undergar-
ments would be much appre-
ciated, as well," she said. "We

will accept play/casual cloth-
ing, and shoes in good condi-
tion, as well."
While the vast majority of
residents at The Spring are
women, there are also men at
the shelter, Lawson added, "so
there's also a need for clothes
and items for men."
Among the items those who
live at the shelter need are:

toothpaste, toothbrushes,
deodorant, soap, lotion, baby
food, formula, hair care prod-
ucts, detergent, bleach,
brushes, diapers, baby wipes,
crib sheets, blankets, twin-
size sheet sets, pillows, towels,
washcloths, shower slippers,
large tote bags, new and
gently-worn business clothes/
suits/dresses (cleaned), paja-
mas (all sizes), batteries,
books for adults, new/slightly
used shoes, children's books,
children's videos, art and
school supplies, new toys,
plastic wrap, plastic cups,
snacks and canned goods.
For more information about
the event, call Shannon
Mitchell at 757-8512.

2 Men Charged In Dover Burglaries, Police Recover Property

Two Plant City men are facing bur-
glary charges after they were arrested
by Hillsborough County Sheriff's
Office detectives April 4.
William Mack McGee, 26, of 3412
Jerry Smith Road, and Rock William-
son, 28, of 1102 Mercer Loop, are sus-
pects in a burglary that occurred
March 31 at 2728 Dad Weldon Road in
Dover, said Debbie Carter, a spokes-
woman for the sheriff's office.
The suspects allegedly kicked in the
rear door of the residence but ran off
after they were confronted by the
Both men were later arrested at
their homes, where other suspected
stolen property was recovered, Carter
Following the recovery of the sus-
pected stolen property, the two men
were charged in three other burglaries:
March 30 at 2032 Sydney Dover Road;
March 31 at 3133 Lewis Road; and
March 24 at 8333 Edison Road. All
three addresses are in Dover.
Some of the property was recovered
and has been returned to owners,
according to the sheriffs office. Detec-
tives are attempting to locate owners
of other recovered items such as
computer printers, cell phones, jew-
elry, car stereo equipment, digital
cameras and various tools.

McGee's bail was set at $48,250. He
is being held at the Falkenburg Road
He is charged with four counts of
burglary, three counts of grand theft,
felony criminal mischief and leaving
the scene of an accident with physical
damage. Williamson was released
from jail after posting bail of $2,250.
He is charged with burglary of an
occupied dwelling, grand theft, two
counts of felony criminal mischief and
criminal mischief.

Suspect sought in shooting
Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office
deputies are looking for, a Hispanic
male in connection with the April 9
shooting of a 23-year-old Plant City
The suspect is described as between
24 and 26 years old, 5 feet, 6 inches tall
and weighing 140 pounds with short
black hair. He has a dark complexion,
medium build and was last seen wear-
ing black jeans, a dark T-shirt and
black boots
The shooting happened about 8:30
p.m. when a Hispanic male was shot in
the upper torso while outside the
apartments at 104 E. Keysville Road,
said Debbie Carter, a spokeswoman
for the Hillsborough County Sheriffs
The victim was able to walk to the
Food Store at State Road 39 and Key-
sville Road where he approached a
female that was exiting the store,
Carter said. The female put the victim

in her vehicle and was in the process of
driving him to the hospital when she
observed a Hillsborough County Sher-
iffs deputy at the Shell Station at State
Road 60 and State Road 39. Hills-
borough County. Fire Rescue
responded and the victim was taken to
Tampa General Hospital by helicopter.
The victim's condition is unknown.
Anyone with any' information
regarding this incident is asked to call
the Hillsborough County Sheriff's
Office at 247-8200 or Crime Stoppers
at 1-800-873-8477.

2 charged with attempted murder
Two Plant City residents are being
held in a county jail without bond,
charged with the attempted murder of
the husband of one of the suspects.
Bernice Rambert, 29, 5236 Sandy
Drive Court, and Clodis Kiwan
Thomas, 21, 2432 Branchwood Road,
are both being held in the Orient Road
Jail, said Debbie Carter, a spokes-
woman for the sheriff's office.
Carter said the victim, Barry Ram-
bert, 30, of 708 E. State Road 60, Plant
City, was taken to Tampa General
Hospital April 8 after being shot seven
times with a handgun.
Barry Rambert was visiting a friend
at 3202 Carousel Lane in Valrico at 1:
30 a.m. when the shooting occurred.
While at the residence, Bernice Ram-
bert and Thomas arrived and allegedly
confronted Barry Rambert at the front
door. Bernice Rambert and Barry
Rambert then got into an argument,

which became physical, Carter said.
Barry Rambert then went outside
onto the front patio area of the home
where he became involved in an alter-
cation with Thomas.
During this altercation, Thomas
fired about eight rounds from an
unknown type of handgun, hitting
Barry Rainbert seven times, Carter
Bernice Rambert and Thomas left
the scene in a white pickup truck. They
were arrested April 9.

Man arrested in shooting death
Hillsborough County Sheriff Office
detectives have arrested a 24-year-old
Lakeland man and named him as the
second suspect in a shooting death
and robbery that took place in Dover
last month.
Ramon A. Luna, 2840 Moonlight
Cove Lane, Lakeland, was charged in
the robbery and shooting of Denis Vil-
lalobos, 27, at 14030 Sydney Road,
Dover, said Debbie Carter, a spokes-
woman for the sheriffs office.
According to detectives, Luna,
Miguel Maldonado and another
unidentified suspect entered the Villa-
lobos residence March 18 armed with
guns, demanding money.
During the home invasion Villalo-
bos was fatally shot in the neck.
Luna is charged with first-degree
murder, three counts of armed kid-
napping and armed robbery with fire-
arm. He is being held at the Falkenburg
Road Jail without bond.

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Habitat seeks potential homeowners
Plant City Habitat for Humanity plans a
meeting to find new families for its next
home April 20 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the
Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center,
1601 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Call:
Don Rainard, 707-0331.

Relay for Life
The annual Relay for Life event to benefit
the American Cancer Society will take place
April 21 at Plant City High School. The
event begins at 6 p.m. Friday and continues
until 11 a.m. April 22. Relay for Life is a
community gathering in which teams camp
out and take turns walking or running to
collect donations for the fight against
cancer. Call: 685-0670, Ext. 114.

Gospel sing
The Florida Opry's Almost All Night
Gospel Sing featuring nine gospel groups is
scheduled for April 21 from 7 to 11:15 p.m.
in the First Baptist Church of Plant City's
worship center, 503 N. Palmer St. Tickets:
10 and younger are free, ages 11 to 17 are $5
and 18 and older are $10. Tickets are avail-
able in the church office. Call: Myrle Henry,

Golf Tournament
City Grill plans a charity golf tournament
April 22 at 8 a.m. to benefit the Redland
Christian Migrant program. Fee: $80 per
person. Call: 764-8818.

Quilting demonstration
The Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St., plans a quilting demonstra-
tion day with the Berry Patch Quilters April
22 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Information: 757-
9215 or

Preparing for college event
A panel from the Hispanic Scholarship
Fund will provide information on navigat-
ing the college and financial aid processes
April 22 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Hills-
borough Community College's Brandon
campus, 10414 E. Columbus Drive. Call:
Maritza Ortiz Licameli, (770) 992-4259.

Puppet show
A puppet show is planned at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St., April
25 at 10, 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Tickets or
group reservations required. Information:
757-9215 or

Internet class
A class on searching the Internet is set for
April 26 at 10 a.m. at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. Information:
757-9215 or

United Daughters of the Confederacy
The Plant City Chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy plan to place
a flag at Oak Lawn Cemetery on Confeder-
ate Memorial Day, April 26. Call: Carole,

School board candidate forum
Hunter Gambrell, a candidate for the
Hillsborough County School Board, plans a
public forum on education April 27 at 7:30
p.m. in the new Trinkle Building at Hills-
borough Community College, 1206 N. Park
Road. Gambrell is running for the District
IV seat, which encompasses Plant City.
Call: 763-1889.

Children's Classic golf tournament
The Children's Classic golf tournament is
planned for April 28 at 11 a.m. at Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club. A shotgun start is
set for 12:30 p.m. in a four-person scramble
format. Call: 754-3707 or 757-1286.

School sets Spring Fling
Wilson. Elementary School, 702 English
St., will present a Spring Fling concert fea-


Pick of the Week

Patriotic concert
"Americana A Tribute to America Concert" is planned April 28 at 8 p.m. at St.
Clement Catholic Church, 1104 N. Alexander St., featuring the Christian Community
Chorale. The group was formed five years ago by Richard Pipas and Richard Grant
and includes 60 singers from area churches. Organizers hope to draw active,
inactive and retired military personnel to the free concert. The concert will include
a special salute to men and women in uniform. Information: Joyce Nestor, 493-1979,

turning all grade levels April 28 at 6 p.m. Call:
Gospel concert
Florida Baptist singing men and women
will perform April 28 at 7 p.m. at the First
Baptist Church of Plant City's worship
center, 503 N. Palmer St. The concert will
be under the direction of Terry Williams.
The group is comprised of ministers of
music, their spouses, children's choir lead-
ers and others. Call: Myrle Henry, 752-

Church plans golf tourney
Church on the Rock's seventh annual
Golf Tournament is set for April 29 at 7:15
a.m. at Plant City Golf Club. The $50 fee
includes breakfast, lunch, door prizes and
other awards. Register at 752-3740 by April
26. Information:

Garage sale
The Make an Offering Garage Sale is set
for April 29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at First
Baptist Church of Mango, Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Boulevard and State Road 579. Pro-
ceeds will benefit Derek Jackson and family.
Call: 689-1423.

Bilingual book celebration
"El Dia de los Ninos, El Dia de los Libros,"
a bilingual celebration of books, families
and reading is planned at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St., April 29 from 2
to 4 p.m. Information: 757-9215 or

Teen Lock-In
The Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department is hosting a Teen Lock-In at

the Plant City Family YMCA April 29 from 7
to 11 p.m. The event is for ages 12 to 18.
Pizza, sodas and snacks will be provided.
The event will include four hours of bas-
ketball, volleyball, indoor soccer, swim-
ming, racquetball and more.
Cost: $7 per teen.
or 659-4255.

Bless Israel event
A bless Israel event is scheduled April 29
from noon to 7:30 p.m. at Lake Mirror Park
on Orange Street in Lakeland.
The event will include food, speakers,
Israeli dance performances and more.
Call: 404-5673.

School yard sale
The Turkey Creek Middle School Band
Boosters plan a yard sale April 29 from 8
a.m. to noon at the school, 5005 S. Turkey
Creek Road.
All proceeds generated will help the Gob-
bler Band with repairs on existing instru-
ments, as well as purchasing new music
and instruments.
Call Kelly, 754-9268.

Kindergarten roundup
Wilson Elementary School, 702 English
St., plans a kindergarten roundup May 2 at
9:30 a.m. in the cafeteria.
Call: 272-4000.

Medicare Part D forum
The Plant City Neighborhood Service
Center, 307 N. Michigan Ave., plans a forum
on Medicare Part D May 3 from 1 to 6 p.m.
See CALENDAR, Page 19


Network Professionals
Network Professionals of
Plant City Inc. meets at 11:45
a.m. Thursday at City Grill,
1701 S. Alexander St. Call:
Michael Gottesman: 754-3183.

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

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

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

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

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

Florida A&M Alumni
The Florida A&M University
National Alumni Association's
Plant City chapter meets every
fourth Monday at 6:30 p.m. at
Mount Moriah Missionary
Baptist Church, 911 E. Warren
St. Call: Bea Crowell, 752-0451.
PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High School
Class of 1951 meets the second
Tuesday of the month at the
Ramada Inn. Call: 752-8479.

PCHS Class of 1953
The Plant City High School
Class of 1953 meets the
second Tuesday of each
month at 11:30 a.m. at Tony's
Airside Restaurant at the
Lakeland Airport.
Call: 752-6317 or 633-0029.

Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of
Plant City meets the first
Friday of every month from 7
to 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 BuddyF-
reddys, 1401 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd. All class-
mates, teachers and staff
members are encouraged to
attend. Call: 986-1193.

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Pollen, Reclaimed Water And Room To Live

Now that my personal allergy season is about over
I can finally enjoy the spring air. I try hard not to
complain because generally I only have to
endure about three weeks of sinus-related

But this year has been
exceptional inasmuch as we
failed to record even a trace of
rain for the entire duration of
the odious oak blossom.
Consequently, every little
yellow particle generated in
Hillsborough County during
March remained suspended in
the air indefinitely, floating
around until well into April,
searching me out.
Most of these aggravating
mean-spirited spores eventu-
ally found their way into my
eyes, up my nose and deep
inside every available sinus
passageway. They were
undoubtedly hooked up to
some evil guidance system
developed and operated by al-
Qaeda, the communists or
rogue forces inside the IRS.
Washing the pollen out of
the air is only one reason we
could use a few good days of
rain around here. My garden is
looking stressed and resentful.
Sure we have the sprinkler
system set to run one morning
every week, but I feel guilty
watching perfectly good
drinking water soak into the
dirt and after the first three
minutes water is not exactly
cheap either.

'A- A'

But don't go suggesting I
hook up to reclaimed water.
Currently the county is spend-
ing some $4.5 million to run a
line right past my neighbor-
hood and directly through to
FishHawk Ranch. "Yoo-hoo,
over here, we've only been
waiting a hundred years!"
Workers are, however, pausing
on the way down the road to
indulge the folks at Riverhills
Golf Club.
I'm all for reclaimed water,
it's a great program. In fact, it's
the only sane way to irrigate
our gardens. It has not escaped
my attention, however, that the

standard development policy
around here seems to involve
draining a perfectly good
wetland, tearing out every last
evidence of vegetation, hauling
in tons of sand, filling the
swamp with houses, pouring a
few square miles of concrete
and then spending millions to
pump a bunch more water
right back in so that owners of
half-million dollar homes can
water their grass every day for
next to nothing.
We could achieve a lot more
in the way of conservation by
requiring adequate dedicated
and usable green spaces. After
that we could take a long look
at why officials tend to set legal
density requirements aside so
readily. And then we could
begin to take environmental
impact into consideration with
more than a sly wink and a nod
designed to line pockets and
pass the problem along to
future generations.
High-density housing may
look good on the balance
sheets, but zoning a new 5-acre
site to accommodate several
hundred families involves a lot
more than revenue for the
county. Simply put, people
need space.
I think it was Daniel Boone
who famously observed, "If you
can see the smoke from a
neighbor's chimney, it's getting
way too crowded." Boone's
position may be a little on the
extremn- side, but the fact
remains people need breath-

ing room.
One reader in south Hills-
borough County remarked that
she has observed an economic
relationship between green
space and those who have
access. Children need room to
run irrespective of their
parents' income bracket. We're
not doing anyone any favors
when we force families who
already hover near the poverty
line to live in ghetto-like
concentrations where their
only next-door neighbors are
storage units, busy highways
and commercial properties.
A lot of social problems
would be nipped in the bud if
only we remembered the needs
of actual people when we made
our so-very-important deci-
sions. I recommend that each
and every county commis-
sioner paste an 8-by-10-inch
photograph to their desktop
featuring single parents trying
to raise school-aged children.
They should be required to
take a good look every time any
kind of a vote comes along.
As a community we have a
sacred duty to take care of
families or at least to factor
them in to the development
equation. Our rights won't
mean a thing unless we're
willing to account for our
responsibilities along the way.

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


When children die
In 13 years, the story hasn't gotten any
easier to tell.
GEORGE NEWMAN There's no easy way to tell the story of
Reporter the death of a child. There's no other event
gn. veman, imediageneral..:cm 'that tugs at the heart with more anguish.
._. _. .... In July 1992,1 I received a phone call with
the horrific news that a best friend's 5 year-
PHO1NE US old son had died; a healthy young boy's life
S had vanished from this earth after a
- News: 865-4430 routine tonsillectomy.
-The thought of his death lingers still, and
Adve tising. 865-4430 I don't suppose it will ever leave me. Some
Cassfieds: 865-4437 ~~ people visit the grave every day, others
eds: ...3 never go. There's no recipe. You have to let
go, but you can never forget.
a Sunbelt Newspapers 20Q6 Tragedies confront Americans every day.
Sunbelt lJwipjaper._ a But there are some things you never get
'.led.. Genn:ra publiatian used to; the death of a child by any
means, at any age falls into that category.
We want to believe that children are
born to play and be happy, smile and grow,
not to die. But sometimes they do, and it's
the unkindest cut of all.
So it was last Wednesday morning at the
First Baptist Church as I viewed the tiny
casket holding 4-year-old Ashton Bass.
Ashton, the daughter of Russell and April
Bass, touched the entire Plant City com-
munity with her year-long battle with
On April 8, the girl with the radiant blue
eyes closed them to us forever. We grieve
to hear such tragic news that perhaps we
prefer it go unheard. But the sting of death
bellows in bestial tones, particularly when
it comes to children.
Children, by their very being, are an
affirmation of life; the result of a conscious
decision to create and bear a new life. As
such, we not only want, but expect chil-
dren to be an embodiment of this life, to
grow and thrive and bear children of their

own, to remain when we have passed on.
When children die they leave behind
heartbroken parents, a half-finished Lego
project, frayed teddy bears, bicycles they
didn't have a chance to outgrow. In just a
few years of life, there isn't time for the
kind of achievement that society com-
monly looks at to assess the accomplish-
ments of a life. Four-year-olds don't serve
on civic boards; they don't get a chance to
accumulate degrees, to reach maturity. It
just seems so unfair, so unjust; the lost
potential, the unfulfilled dreams, and the
loss of all that might have been.
As I sat among the assembly of people at
Ashton's funeral, I couldn't help but stare
at that child's coffin and ponder the
unanswerable question why? Why the
illogical inversion of the natural order?
Why must her parents and two young
sisters have to suffer the unbearable
sorrow for her brief and difficult life? Why
couldn't we save her?
Scriptures tell us that the first parents
lost a son, Abel. The Bible is an account of
parents' torment over the question of
children dying, from Abel to Abraham's
son, from the plague on the first-born of
Egypt to the death of God's son, Jesus
Last Sunday, Christians around the
world celebrated Easter and the
resurrection of the savior, Jesus Christ. He
was resurrected, scriptures tells us, for the
sole purpose to give us victory over death -
at any age.
On April 8, 4-year-old Ashton Bass
claimed the promise of Easter. Her radiant
blue eyes are open now; looking down
upon us, seeing things we cannot see, and
not needing to ask why.
Jerry Lofstrom

Letter missed key

points on protest
I am writing in response to ).T. Sims Jr.'s
April 13 letter to immigration protesters -
("Immigration protesters must accept law
of land").
Mr. Sims sounds like an intelligent man,
yet he makes obviously flawed conclusions
about the immigration reform protesters.
Mr. Sims was very diligent at describing
what he "saw," funny thing is he did not
pay close enough attention to get it right.
First, most of the youth are American-
born citizens, probably lifelong citizens of
Plant City. Second, most if not all signs were
in English. I doubt many of these kids could
even write in Spanish. Third, Mr. Sims
exaggerates the ratio of Mexican flags to
American flags.
From my perspective, there were just as
many American flags as Mexican.
If Mr. Sims is so insulted by another flag
besides the American flag, why is he not
,,upset with the number of Confederate flags
flown and displayed in Plant City? Like the
Confederate flag, the Mexican flag for most
of these kids is cultural, not nationalistic.
Most have probably never been in Mexico
and would probably not even be able to tell
you what the colors stand for.
Fourth, why would Mr. Sims assume that
the protesters "did not appear that they
wanted to assimilate into American soci-
ety?" How on earth did he come to this
His letter states these individuals claim
to be taking benefits and flaunting their
status. How absurd. Mr. Sims is obviously
misguided and very wrong.
See LETTERS, Page 16

APRIL -2f, 2?p3Q6'.ITH FCURIERt, ,7

The First


Church of

Plant City

and its Youth Ministry
express appreciation

to these

Patrons and GOOD N

Donors for FoyA
C T ,-,FAS
their generous

support of our

15th Annual

Golf Invitational

held April 1st, 2006.

Special Thanks to:

John Heineken, Henry Register
& Coca Cola
Rick Lott & Lott Mather
Steve & Krista Howard
Walden Lake Golf Club for their hospitality
Woody's Barbeque for Lunch
World Woods Golf Club

Albertsons Inc. Greg & Melvia Kingen
Boggs & Butcher Engineering John & Kathy Hasty

Brownlee Citrus
Chris & Janet Vorderburg
Copeland Steel

Summitt Consulting
South Florida Baptist Hospital

Platinum Bank Steve & Judy McQuaig
Rolly & Janet Rollyson Sunshine State Savings & Loan
Holiday Inn-South Lakeland-Andr6 Callen

Central Maintenance & Welding
Central Florida Wheel & Axle
Parkesdale Farms Packing & Cooling, Inc.
Remedi Spa & Chiropractic Center

Alert Tire Service Inc.
Ameriquip Corporation
-Mark Yarborough
AmSouth Bank
Astin Strawberry Exchang
Batts, Morrison, Wales &
Lee, P.A.
Bella, Hermida, Gillman,
Hancock & Mueller
Bettye Jean Manee
In Memory of Harry
Carlisle Fields Insurance
Custom Components
-Frank Peterson
Dale Missildine Construc
David & Betsy Sparkman
Desco Printing
Dub & Pec McGinnes
Edward Jones Investment
Tim Shuff, Steve Shou
Michael Cameron
Exit Realty Consultants -
Pat Comstock & Leigh.
Farm Direct LLC
Felton's Market
Florida Potato & Onion
Fred & Gale Williams
Fred's Market Restaurant
Gene's G & G True Balai
Harrell's Nursery

Haught Funeral Home
Hillsboro Bank
Hopewell Funeral Home
In Memory of Joseph Howard
ge Janis Wood Designs Inc.
Jarrett Ford of Plant City
Jim & Beverly Hoover
Jim & Sara Linda Rodgers
-In Memory of David
Jimmie Dan Robinson.
Coldwell Banker
Jim Hardee Equipment Co.
JVH Investments Jimmy Harwell
Larry & Betty Olson
tion Lott Mather
Oasis Auto Bath
Patterson Truck Brokers
Reynolds Nursery
ts Robert & Barbara Grainger
use, Roger & Linda Robert
Sapp Farms
Sparky's Food Stores
Burdette Steve & Krista Howard
Steven L. Sparkman, P.A.
The Fishgripper Randall Miller
The Hay Exchange
Tom & Sue Cole
Wal-mart Plant City
nce Wood's Tree Farm


Allstate Insurance Bob Adams
Apple Tree Restaurant
Apollo Beach & Golf Club
B & S Florist
Baird's Custom Framing
Barbara & Don Corley
Barbara Martino
Beef O'Brady's
Bettye Jean Manee
Beverly Hall-Full Circle Salon
Bill & Robbie Wilson
Bill & Dina Wyatt
Bobbie & Jim Roper
Brandon Integrated
Healthcare Services
Brandon Tire & Auto Service
Brett Hitchcock
Carl Brownlee
Cheddar's Casual Cafe
Colonial Bank
Creative Flowers
Dennis & Debbie Gillespie
Eastwood Golf Club
Eunice Gresham
Frances Register

Felton's Market
Fishhawk Florist
Fred & Gale Williams
Gary & Debbie Russell
Golf Etc.
Gwen Sigelmier -
Carrollwood Travel
Hawkins Corner
H & H Wholesale Furniture
Harold & Sarah Mott
Henry & Frances Register
Homegrown Candle Maker
Honey Baked Ham Company
JJ Massaro Beef O'Brady's
J & G Jewelers
Jeannine Kitchens
Jimmie Dan Robinson -
Coldwell Banker
Johnny Carino's Italian
Kazbor's Grille
Kerby's Nursery
Knott's Hardware
Knotts Team Sports
Krysta McCoy
Lakeland Regional Medical Center

Maryland Fried Chicken
Matt Booher
Matt Krell
McGee Tire Co.
McMichen Photography
MiCasa Restaurant
Mid State Pest Control
Myrle Henry & The Florida Opry
Nancy & Lamar Ross
USANA Independent Assoc.
& USANA Health Sciences
Norma's Ybor City Sandwich Shop
Oasis Auto Bath
Octopus Car Care Center
Outback Steakhouse
Papa John's Pizza
Paul & Margaret Coppage
Pool Masters
Poppell Insurance
Publix Supermarket Charities
Queen Nail Salon
Quiznos Sub of Plant City
Ray Wood
Red Barn Steakhouse
Rhoades Lawn Service

Roadrunner Oil & Lube
Robert & Wendy Brown

Shore Fertilizer
Sparky's Food Stores
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Stacey Larsen Photography
Standard Coffee
Steve & Judy McQuaig
Steve & Krista Howard
Steve Shouse-Edward Jones
Sun State Janitorial
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa Sports Authority
The Quail House
Tom & Sue Cole
Twistee Treat Ice Cream
Uncommon USA
Vic Driskell
Walden Lake Art & Frame
Walden Lake Golf Club
Walmart Supercenter
Westchase Country Club
Wild West Connection
Wood's Tree Farm Ray Wood
World Woods Golf Club

Bill & Jeannine Kitchens Double Gold

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Ruby Williams Counting Her Blessings



Ruby Williams is singing
"Showers of Blessings" at her
Bealsville farm. Her goat
recently gave birth to three
kids, and a protective mother
goose also has a new baby
(with two eggs yet to hatch).
Ruby, a folk artist and minis-
ter whose work has been
exhibited at the Smithsonian,
will soon be showing in White
Springs in an exhibit she hopes
will educate people about our
food chain "how livestock
and vegetables come from the
God's good earth," she says.
When I find out more about
the show, I'll let you know.

School memories
In 1941, six students started
the first grade at the Bealsville
School and stayed together
until the seventh grade, when
they moved to Glover School,
which is currently being
restored. Four of the original six
celebrated at the Red Rose
Room March 17 where the Rev.
Shafter Scott of St. Mary's Bapt-
ist Church blessed the food.
Willie Berry, owner of W &
RB Trucking, and Alonzo Gay,
taking care of his sick wife,
were unable to attend.
Former student Bertha
Ingram remembers asking
Esther Hargrett-Zeigler to walk"
her halfway home from school,
and when it was time for Esther
to turn around and go home,
Esther would ask Bertha to
return the favor. They continued
this until it was almost dark; then
both ran home to keep from get-
ting into trouble. Esther says if
the teacher sent a note home
about your behavior and you
tore it up, your mother got the
message on Sunday at church.
Emma Hallback Hagans,
thrilled to be learning, walked
a mile with her siblings to the
Walter Joseph Worth, who
loves being a family man and
grassroots citizen of Bealsville,
is proud of his classmates.
"All six of my fellow class-
mates grew up to be outstand-
ing citizens, hard workers and
great Bible-based Christians,"
Worth said.
God bless all these fine fam-

Class of 1936 reunion
Jim Pollard's Orange Blos-

Above, enjoying the
Plant City High School
Class of 1936 reunion
were, front row, from
left, Florence King,
Lorene Rawls Campbell,
Alva Swilley; back row,
from left, Aron Camp-
bell, Edward Thompson,
Douglass Harwell, Doris
Howze and Margaret
Young Ward. At left, Don
Adams and Alva Swilley
take the lead in "Ain't
She Sweet," accompa-
nied by Betty Watkins on
the piano at the reunion.

Ruby Williams hugs one of her two-day-old kids on her Beai-
sville farm.

som Tea Room was abuzz with
memories recently as eight
very lively members of the
1936 Plant City High School
graduating class enjoyed a
delicious lunch, visited and
sang tunes from a bygone era.
Former teacher and city
commissioner Betty Barker
Watkins accompanied them
on the piano. Alva Zebendon
Swilley, voted "Most Studious"
in the class, along with Whit
Merrin, said they had no year-
book because of the Great
Depression, and although
many of the 93 graduates have
passed on, until recently, they
met monthly. Their class regis-
ter reads like a who's who's in
our proud town's history. Just a
few were: Col. Joseph Martin, a
MacDill Air Force Base com-
mander; Hugh Robinson Jr., a
World War II flight instructor
who was instrumental in estab-
lishing Plant City's first airport;
Maj. L.E. Altman, a WW II pilot;
Agnes Hoffman Lamb, mayor
and 20-year Dade City com-
missioner; and Florence Slo-
naker Keen, who ran for
lieutenant governor of Florida.
The late Ray Rollyson and
Floyd Williams were repre-
sented by their wives, Nancy
and Grace. Family and friends
accompanied several class
members, including Charles
Keen of Palm Beach, grandson
of Florence Keen.
Another alumni, Ed Thomp-

son a genius of anything
electric who once made a
radio out of winding wire coils
around a Mother's Oats box -
was there with his wife, Velma.
They were high school sweet-
hearts who married about five
years ago after they both lost
spouses within two months of
each other.
Doris Howze's guest was
Guy Clausen of Live Oak- they
arrived and left by car, and not
on Guy's motorcycle.
A short presentation by Gil
Gott, executive director of the
Plant City Photo Archives,
encouraged members to send in
pictures to become part of the
archives' permanent collection.
It was a wonderful reunion,
and I saw no weeds growing
under the feet of any members
of this class!

Birthday party for Jodi Smith
Mark your calendar. Family
and friends are hosting a birth-
day party for Jodi Smith April 27
from 5:30 to 8 p.m. pool-side at
the Ramada Inn.
Drop by and bring your
special birthday wish, and no
presents, please.

'Prune Platoon' needs
a few good walkers
Don't forget this Friday -
April 21 is the annual Relay for
Life at Plant City High School. It
starts at 6 p.m. and goes for 18
hours, and Ruby Jean Redman

Photo courtesyof Esther Hargren-Zeigler
Staying and praying together at their recent reunion are, from
left, Walter Joseph Worth, Emma Hallback Hagans, Esther
Hargrett-Zeigler and Bertha Ingram.

would like as many as can to
join her and Jim's "Prune Pla-
toon" to raise money for cancer
research. If you need a golf cart,
it will be available.
Call: 685-0670, Ext. 114.

Reunion on tap
The 60th reunion of the
Plant City High School class of
1946 will meet April 22 at 4
p.m. at the Ramada Inn for a
pool-side visit and buffet.
They will also gather April 23
at noon at Fred's Market Res-
taurant for lunch.
Following lunch, there will
be a visit to the 1914 Plant City
High School to see the rooms
restored by the class of '46.
For reservations, call Bill
Wilson, 752-4514, or Charlotte

Walden, 752-2759.
All classes of 1940s are
welcome I'm told.

Tindle tidbit
In all the excitement, some-
times dads get unintentionally
I want you to know Jona-
than Tindle's dad, Tim, is just
as proud as mom Brenda foi
Jonathan's WQYK's Kid of the
Week award, which I men-
tioned in last week's column.

Have a birthday or family
event you would like to see in
Betty's column? Send items to or mail or
hand deliver to The Courier, Cl
0 Betty Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler
St., Plant City, FL 33566.


Call The Courier at 865-4430



RebeccaWilkins and Jimmie
Exum Jr.
I Wilkins-Exum
Jimmie and Anita Exurm of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their son,
Jimmie L. "Bubba" Exum Jr.,
to Rebecca L. Wilkins, the
daughter of Doug and Wanda
Skelton of Plant City.
Both the bride-elect and
prospective groom are gradu-
ates of Plant City High School,
and Jimmie is part owner of
Exum Acoustical Ceilings of
Tifton, Ga.
A pool-side wedding is
planned April 29 at 2813
Linden Tree St., Seffner.

Norma Goff of Plant City
and Kenneth R. Goff Jr. anno-
unce the engagement of their
daughter, Dr. Stephanie Lynn
Goff, to Johnathan Lee
Downey of Washington, D.C.,
the son of Richard Downey of
Fairfield, Calif., and Eleanor
Scheidemann of Sacramento,
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Plant City High School,
Georgia Tech and the Univer-

Johnathan Downey and
Stephanie Goff
sity of South Florida Medical
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Salesian High
An April 30 wedding 'is
planned at noon in Warring-
ton, Va. A local reception is
planned when they return
from their honeymoon.

Tenicca Cooper and Gerald

Frederick Cooper and Lois
Washington Williams of Plant
City announce the engage-
ment of their daughter,
Tenicca S. Cooper, to Gerald
D. Bush of Plant City, the son
of Willie Bush of Plant City

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and the late Dorothy A. Jack.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Plant City High School.
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Pasco High
A May 13 wedding is
planned at 4 p.m. at St. Mary
Community Church.

Steven Gause and Janet

The Rev. Billy and Cherie
Cotton of Plant City announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Janet Theresa
Cotton of Lakeland, to Steven
Skipper Gause of Lake Wales.
He is the son of Skipper and
Patty Gause and Paul and
Janie Trimble.
The bride-elect attends
Southeastern University.
The prospective groom
attends Evangel University.
A July 8 wedding is planned
at 5 p.m. at Southeastern Uni-
versity, Bush Chapel.
Diane Mullis of Plant City
announces the engagement of
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1212 if ReInold., I IIV

Abundant lif.- Pinr'-esi Rd.
flilthal 85.1240)
Bethantl.i- 9,iH Ilanny Rd,
Tlonolosa&.a. 986-5771
(altan fellou 6ip:
Iti %. (-hrilaian life. Lembnir:
120 S.. Iill.r Rd., h .f--V02
lkote i irst. R "4 & Petl/t Rd.
Faith lemplr: 1-4 at Hillbomrogh-Polk
(ounh line. -52.05.2
Faithl I ghlhouse:
3409 Sh 39 .\ "521885
-iil Plant try.
(harlie Griffin Rd.
U of SR 9. "'52.33j51
fort. lafia: (orner of lSout HuT. 39
. i/llesi Rdt. "3"-656
Aers'ille: SR 6. "'- %60;
Ifount /ion:
l-4 at Thmnolosassa Rd. -52-1614
Pleasant G6re:
llrkeri t reek Rd. "3").i529
I it/on orship ( enter-
CountI line Rd. "54-6089
5rdnee: Sidnes. Rd. '10t mi. I-
of S ids .u-otr'er Rd, 659-0532
Furke, (reek:
hurkes (reek Rd. 53-2

.lhara: Turker (reek Rd.
.of SR 60. "3"-.3"39
Alafta Baplist: 22-21lafia Church Rd,
. nliocrb. Horlon Rd. "3".-240
Bfrea: SR 39 S. "3". 1321
Bethan,: (ork Rd. "52-9209
Bethel: 804 I. Renfro St. "5+-2239
Beulah: .llh/n & founhi line Rft
liltha. S"-1122
Bible: (harlie riffin Rd,
Burrnuood lemple: Enclid Dr o&
SR 5"'. "52-.82
Cah an' Free ill:
3539 Thapnell Rd E.
(edar Go6re: f Kerstille Rd.
Central of lilhia:
Pineerest Kei-srilleRd
(fhitrh on the Rock
01 F. .AsLobnrok. "52.- "
(ommunih C(hrislian:
1310 "5- 5383
(ro.oads: 5R39 S. Pinecresl.
{' 1211
(ounilnside Baptist Ch(urch.
1.3322 SrdneltRd.. 5"1.82100
Doter Finrst Gallagher Rd,
FastsLide: 1318 Calhoun It,
last Thonolosassa: 5t'lnlosh
6 Knights -Grfin Rd. 986-4346
faith tenmple Primithe:
808 IL. Washington St. "'5-i6661
First Baptist (hurtcb ojflidua .:
Itidu-ar Rd. "52 '209
First Baptilt l/hia:
Intersection of S5R39
lithia-Pinet rest Rd. 4 3". 1121
First Plant (Ch:
503A. Palmer, "52-..10.
First fbonolosassa I ssionarv:
iclnlosh Rd. 986-4"56
Harmonic Baptist church :
6008 :. Knights Griffin Rd. 986-165
Hopeuell: SR39 5. "-3" 053
Knights: Paul Buchman Huay.

libanu. Bran, h io&e, ibld

loiwe Oak .lne jak Rdt. 'Si- 52"
fount Iloiah Ireena ill
la1neln I lolnoln tV. "i-4. '9"
Ifoulnt lorianh reen ill.
21.12 tol./soRd. -"j- '-'9i
Iiount Olit e ho 4. HBall it.
'54 S31
.\ea Hope tre, .ill
Bapti't h InIr,
lI0 *i-l hvi .t ,a' ii ht, 1 ? oer
.ell I. /ion fern lll/
.V4l Diuidel' Rl. "52.3 9i
Pil) \. Franklin l/. "5. i"9
akliulmd. tirporl Rd. "-. ,-il')
Plant (ilr Pnriaitiire.
500 \ Ier it.1. "5 -1i6-
Pleasiaft ie FiNl:
turkei treek Rd. 3".256
hiloh/ Bapthl it harni.
'q5 MU. le Iraeilr. "i-."445
Springheaul: 5. Ii ins Road.
"5- 48"99
St. Inke .,liionart
1/8 S. larnell /. "54-4992
SI. Iran tIrren-ill:
Hunter & IfTarrn it. "-.i 685 .
St. Mlarn Itlssionar,.
1804- S.. 60E.. 3"-3668M
St. .fan's (mumunih,' (Cunbh:
90" E. laura St. "54-16!6
Sidner. 1510 rr- Rd. 659-1502
lurker' (reek ommunattn
Baplist (Imn-h:
5H4" furker (reek Rd.
813. "3" 1221
Iurker (reek first
Irapnell Rd. "52 "8'90
I IcltrrT issionamr: Itaki Rd
Uekome Baptist: 1 1308 welcome
(hurh St. (8131 '3".2288
Ifestside. 2503 G6ranfleld.te.
"52-1 450
Whitehurst Rd: 901 A. Ihitehurst Rd.

li ttle nion: 15510 Counnt Rd 19.
lihiba. 63. 4"5i
.Salem Primithle:
11-102 Salem (murnb Rd.. Sitmne

/1 element : 1104 \. alexanderr 51.
"52 s251

.V. Illder Rd: 938A ,. hhider Rd.
Cork: (ork Road. "52.1521
laura St: 13.10 f. laura 51.
Springhead: Wiggins Rd. "51. 1485

I 01ci Ople'i. 0ii nriri
lirst. 2108 Thanolosassa Rd.

Cornerstone Christian:
th-lnlosb Rd. oJSR 5"i

.ea' Grace: 1214 Ef. Laura St

lClevelind Terinr i
(ahlarn- (o mnmnitl.
5209 Smith/Rials Rd
Doter: Douamning /1, 659-2900
Plant (ilr: 2103 Sudlake Rd, '52-4591
lhrker (reek Turkey (reek Rd
at SR 60. 1331
1'02,. arlor Rd. 986-19!6

iAndersorn Ind,3rial
Alngsuma' First: 2808 Kingsu a. ',..
Seffier. 65"-.500
Plant Citv: G6ae Fellonship
13 A.1sobrook St, 361-8190
First: ,\. (ordont and Baker St.
(ospel Tabernacle: Alen & Haines St

it. Peter ': 3011 (arel St.
-i2 5161h

Ihm.t/lii1 Inah P'lanl ith
1112 \ l aheh.t' i..
,>/13 59.-21i

DIhlit rani ce-'aiermin ie:
, .tins h. '11 -a 1
Relfuge (hulrtI i Otu Iuord.
"26 It Ball 't..

Fill r,qipel abheinum I:
?it 1 -amumijneas te. f4.; -Is?
Restoralionil -ivmbi.
106S. Evers St.
ft ang. list .F aberwia le:
iR 5'4. F. ol Doter. 659.01112

(almta thapel Plani (ilr.
1310 till hiannmian lie.. 92.0510
Christian 6-ml Ii (enter.
1310,I. Shannon. -19.2909
t i enant Bible (h In-lr
1i48 1. Tomlin1SI. "'51 11 3
Deeper life fellowship.
Corolla Rd. W of R.39 S.
Retral Outreach Center:
225 %. Doter Rd. 681-2250

Kingdom Hall: 3202 '. Star-land le,.

(burch o/lus/ci (brist LDS:
1805 ,. Park Rd. "52-63o-4

Hope 105S: 2001 Park Bid. '52.-1622
lord of life FC. I:
211- intd lake Rd., 52.6064

Iagoner Memorial:
212 Stud lake Rd. "52. ",',3

rull Gospel felloi-slip:
It. ctlin.mIe.
full Gospel lIbernacle:
2311 ammuonds Rd. "5-.3843

Greater lore (hristian Center
1109 V. Franklin St. "59.82-0
Impact amil Worsnhip Center-
Ifeels at Seffner Elementary
School. 65"-'911
Kainos International
(burb of Florida:
90)2 Renjb it. "64-0929
fampa Bible telloaship:
10201 E. HilLsboroungh.Ire. "5-26
I ni/tv brist thmrnh:
1911 %. Gordon St, 659-2621
Ioumnan s Praise and ha'rhip (enter
1.5. 92 E

Holy Proler lton Orllpodoa (hurch.
3820 J looms lake Rd. otWer. 659-0121

Greater Heights family
Itorsbip (enter
3301 (lemons Rd. "'i "088
I ting Ualers foursquare
(hunh: 602 Y. Fiers St., 59-0528
.e Hllope worship (enter:
803 U..talumne it. "5'-6123

Dorer.: toore s lake C Holiness
(hurrb Rd. 659-.1301
Church of the I/ring God:
1102 ly-ler51. ".54-5840

frangelical Plant Ciht:
110 (harlie Griffn Rd. "59-9383
firs Pret kiserian Plant (it:
-0 IW. Reynolds .1, "52-41211

Inalk aitlh 'idl Itinistr.
lill4tt R 5"'. olkur 059.1-930

Plait (ilt 22;',3 tajl tber Ihr
"i2. 469

S Irt S' ile/l' e atn Illoltushp c.g1lnti .I-; i w ih _iggin Ri..
4- :22.4

Fint lit; II Jolms/mn Rd.

t IItark i ntuea It iardr
291 lithi/a-Pine rest Rd. lahio, .
A5SS.5 998

(m)k .15 li n ai t illn Rd.
-54i .;32
Do ter fir/l. Iloore latike Rd it
Itellwh,sl nlun-h Rd. 659.-1415
i-lIt Plant (11/. 303 \. et es M.
Grace: 1801 F her- _St. 659-3'18
Sunset Heights Waller Dr. "54- 24-1
Springlu-ad 2105 sparkman Rd.
St. luke. 809 F. laura St. "5-6051
lhonolowassa: Fort king Hfi. nl
I1istleete Dr.. 986- "135
frinih Phlat (//tr:
402 I. Fngl/sb $1. -52-9316

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I(( Plant (i- Conmpus'
lobn R Innkle Building
1206 \orlh Park Rdi. "59-92"3


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Randy & Kimberly Humphrey
Church Planters
Catch the vision at

St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
IOn .i1 57- D.:verl
Sunday Masses
7am & 10 30am English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St. .L
Plant City, FL 33563
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Ph. 754-5278
Sound, c,:,,:,h 10 00 A '11
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402 Enelis/ Si..
Plant C1t1
For inspiring. meaningful
and practical % orship.
join us Sunday.
10:31 am

Pasfor's Uaessage
For more information call




Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Suriday at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 am and 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday Night
Women's Scrapbooking Club
6' 30pm
Wednesday Night Worship
6-15 pm
Activities for Children
& Students. 6-00 p m.

First United
Church of
Plant City
113N Evers st-et
Doi-ntown Plant C-it
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The Rev. Barry Bahr: Cork United Methodist Church

The Rev. Barry Bahr is well-
loved at church.
"Our pastor is funny, sings
like a pro, always smiles like a
ray of sunshine and keeps you
believing in Jesus Christ," said
member Brigitte Johnson.
"Our church is a hidden
jewel," she added. Bahr talked
with The Courier just a week
before his 50th birthday.

Q: Where were you raised?
A: I was born April 25, 1956,
near Glens Falls, N.Y. It was an
idyllic childhood in the rural
Adirondack Mountains, lots of
streams and fishing. My
father's parents lived on the
next hill and my mother's on
the hill after that.

Q: When did you move to
A: We came to Zephyrhills
when I was 13.

Q: I see you play the guitar.
A: When I was 71 heard The

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Beatles the first time. I begged
my parents for a guitar. They
got me an electric guitar and
no amplifier. I beat my fingers
raw to prove I was worthy. I
still love all kinds of music.

Q: Did you consider a differ-
ent life than ministry?
A: When I went to college, I
thought I was going to be a

rock 'n' roll star someday, but
when our first daughter was
born I had to get a real job. We
had fun. I had a zillion bands
back then. The last band was a
group called "Potpourri." It's
not that music has left my life,
it's just changed.

Q: Talk about your family.
A: I married B.J. back in
1974. She's a faithful soul
mate. I admire her for her
faithfulness and support of
the family while retaining her
self-identity. She has her mas-
ter's degree in guidance and
works with the school system.
We have four children Crys-
tal, Rachel (a seminary stu-
dent), Gabriel and Michael.

Q: How did God call you to
A: I was in the insurance
business. My wife and I
became youth directors at our
church First United Method-
ist Zephyrhills and we had a

The Rev. Barry Bahr of Cork United Methodist Church, 4815 Sam
Allen Road, enjoys playing guitar in his spare time.

great time. At a youth pastors'
retreat, the speaker put forth a
call to full-time ministry and
my heart was pulled. It was
really a neat time.

Q: How did you complete
your education?
A: I went to Bible school

online at Berean College.
Seems like I've always been in
school for something or
another. I was part-time youth
minister in Wesley Chapel,
then full-time in 1989. I went
to Asbury Seminary over in

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For City

Egg Hunt

News Report
A record crowd of more
than 1,000 youngsters bet-
ween the ages 3 and 11 partic-
ipated in the Plant City
Recreation & Parks Depart-
ment's 17th annual City-Wide
Easter Egg Hunt April 15 at the
Otis M. Andrews Sports
Participants enjoyed a stage
act followed by the egg hunt,
searching for the 10,000 plas-
tic eggs filled with candy or
prizes. Following the hunt,
children enjoyed activities
such as balloon sculpting, car-
icature artists, rock wall
climbing, trackless train rides
and arts and crafts. Hot dogs
and drinks were free for all
Egg nests were divided into
four age groups: 3 to 4, 5 to 6, 7
to 8 and 9 to 11. Three golden
eggs were hidden in each nest,
with the finders receiving a
large Easter basket. Another
100 special eggs had gift certif-
icates inside, which were
redeemed for prizes.
The event was free thanks
to community support from
sponsors like Gulf Coast Turf
& Tractor, James Hardie
Building Products, Lott-
Mather Enterprises, Plant City
Optimist Club and the city of
Plant City Police, Fire Rescue
and Recreation & Parks

The 9- to 11-year-old group run to search for eggs as the hunt begins.

The Cordovas brought the entire family to the event.

Youngsters were also treated to free caricatures
at the event. Above, Suzanne Walker draws Jamie

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Youngsters gathered around a stage at the Otis M. Andrews Sports Complex for a stage show before the egg hunt.

Adrianna Cook shows off her
collection of eggs. _-

Above left, Bob Richardson of Fritzy Brothers Entertainment provided the audience with some fun before the egg hunt. Above
right, Kasandra.Dodd-andJietromCladia.awaitthe-satar.t-o.f.the egg hunt.

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Sgt. Kevin D. Akins, 29, of
Burnsville, N.C., died March
12 while serving with the U.S.
Army in Afghanistan.
He was born in Carrolton,
Ga., and was a native of Plant
City, having graduated from
Plant City High School. He
moved to Burnsville eight
years ago.
He was a grocery manager
with Ingles and attended
Shoal Creek Baptisc Church in
He is survived by his father
and stepmother, Don and
Kara of Oglethorp, Ga.; his
mother and stepfather, Eliza-
beth E. Garrison-Hanson and
Herbert Hanson of Plant City;
two brothers, Shane and
Shawn of Plant City; five sis-
ters, Kelly J. Akins of Burns-
ville, Kim Guy of Caledonia,
Miss.. and Krisey Farrison,
Tammy Washburn and April
Garrison, all of Plant City.
Haught Funeral Home.

Elizabeth M. Faubert, 82, of
Plant City died March 26.
She was born in St. Claire
Shores, Mich., and came here
from Fort Lauderdale.
She was director of house-
keeping for Pinecrest School
and attended St. Henry
Catholic Church.
She is survived by a two
sons, Gerald of Atlanta and
Michael J. of Williamsburg,
Va.; a daughter, Kathleen
Dube of Plant City; a sister,
Margarete LeGoff of Michigan;
four grandchildren; and two
Wells Memorial Funeral

Edwarda Holmes, 99, of
Plant City died March 27.
She was born in Nichols and
was a lifelong resident of this
She was a retired Goodwill
store manager for Plant City,
She is survived by a son,
John of Ogden, Utah; a
daughter, Frances Rayburn of
Bristol, Tenn.; a sister, Mary
Sapp of Plant City; four grand-
children; and four great-
Haught Funeral Home.

Ray D. Sullivan, 70, of Plant
City died March 29.
He was born in Chipley and
was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
He was a U.S. Marine Corps
veteran of the Korean War and
was retired from the U.S.
National Guard and the U.S.
Postal Service.
He is survived by his wife,
Louise; two sons, Chuck and
David, both of Plant City; a
brother, Sam Zamarripa of
Atlanta; two sisters, Linda
Zamarripa of Rhode Island
and Jane Zamarripa of Atlanta;
and three grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

The Rev. Albert E. McClel-
lan, 76, of Plant City died
March 29.
He was born in Brewster
and was a lifelong resident of
Plant City.
He was a U.S. Air Force vet-
eran of the Korean War and a
retired chemical supervisor

"Mighty Meds"
Prevention Convention

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Healthy Lifestyle

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

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

Bereaved Parents
Support Group
Bereaved Parents of the USA will host
a support group meeting. There will
be times for mothers and fathers to
share together and separately.

4th Thursday of the month at 7pm.
Community Conference Room
Call Beth Tancredo at (813) 393-6577
or Anita Pippin at (813) 363-6973 for
this class only.

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

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

May 3 & 4
Community Conference Room
Cost: $710

Basic Life Support for
Healthcare Providers
May 6, 9am-7 1:30am;
Recertification Only
June 6, 9am- pm;
New Certification Only
Community Conference Room
Cost: $30 (includes book and card)
Must register to attend. Pre-payment

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

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

Infant and Child Car Seat
Safety Check
Four out of five car seats are installed
incorrectly. Is your one of them?
Come find out.

Every Friday, by appointment only.
Community Health Resource Center
Hospital Main Lobby

*Some dates may have changed. Please double-check the date of the screening you wish to attend.

For information, registration or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.
Where to Find Us: South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St., Plant City, FL 33563

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Church homecoming
First Thonotosassa Missionary Baptist
Church, 10650 McIntosh Road, will host
its 154th homecoming April 23. Dinner
will follow the 11 a.m. service in the fel-
lowship hall. A Southern gospel perform-
ance will follow featuring Under Grace
from Victory Baptist Church of Brandon.
Evening worship will then follow at 6 p.m.
Call: 986-4756.

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

Hope Lutheran services
Hope Lutheran Church, 2001 N. Park
Road, has a new Sunday worship sched-
ule. The times are: worship at 8 and 10:30
a.m.; family Bible hour at 9:15 a.m.
Classes are available for ages 3 through
Call: 752-4622.

Turkey Creek
First Baptist homecoming
All former pastors and members of
Turkey Creek First Baptist Church are
invited to a homecoming April 30 when
Turkey Creek First Baptist celebrates 131
The Rev. Dwight Brower will be the
speaker for the 10:30 a.m. service. Dinner
will follow in the fellowship hall.

First Baptist offerings
The following events will be offered by
First Baptist Church of Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St.
Men's study and prayer group meets
Monday at 7 a.m. at BuddyFreddys.
Men's study and prayer group meets
Tuesday at 7 a.m. at Fred's Market Res-
Free classes for those who have gone
through a divorce or are facing Sundays
from 5 to 6:15 p.m. There also is a ladies
study group Friday at 9 a.m. and Sunday

at 4 p.m. There is a $10 fee for the work-
Call: 752-4104.

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

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

Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational Divine Family
Worship Center offers services Sundays
at 11:15 a.m. at the Comfort Inn, 2003 S.
Frontage Road. Call: 643-8989.

Bible study program
The women's ministry of Bethany
Baptist Church offers a Bible study,
"Beloved Disciple: The Life and Ministry
of John," Wednesdays at 9 a.m.
Brunch will be served each week and
child care will be provided. The church is
at 3409 N. Cork Road.
Call: 752-9209.

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

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

St. Clement services
St. Clement Catholic Church, 1104 N.
Alexander St., hosts its Saturday vigil


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Call: 752-8251.

Mount Olive events
Mount Olive Baptist Church, 604 W.
Ball St., offers the following community
outreach services:
A free hot meals ministry Tuesdays
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 Key-
sville area to play basketball Tuesdays
from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Hot dogs and
drinks will be provided. Call: Alan Hawk-
ins, 833-5794, or Keith Carney Sr., 737-

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

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119 N. Gordon
St., offers adult Sunday school at 10 a.m.
followed by the 11 a.m. service and youth
Sunday school.
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day 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 pro-
gram 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
The ministry is continuing its program
of offering clothes, nonperishable foods,
emergency shelter and prescription drugs
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Fifth, Mr. Sims prays to "our Lord" for legis-
lative wisdom to "enforce laws" and "properly
govern ourselves."
Finally, Mr. Sims, borders are man-made. I
doubt very much God is strictly on your side.
You are correct, there is assimilation to be
done. However, this assimilation is necessary
from all sides.
We "are here," this is our home, we are
"American citizens" and we love this country. I
pray to "our Lord" that he grant you peace and
I know that in this great country there is
room for all of us.
Regardless of how you feel about these pro--
testers, I assure you they are the children of
immigrants and they are the future of Plant
Guadalupe Lamas
Plant City

Advice for immigration protesters
The recent immigration protests in Plant
City were peaceful and protesters even brought
trash bags to assure that the area would be
clean after they left. Perhaps looters and rioters
can learn from these peaceful demonstrators.
Their good intentions, however, are open to
fair debate and observation.
As he said in The Courier story ("Immigra-
tion Protest Hits Home") Oscar Tobias, one of
the protesters, "borrowed protest protocol
from Martin L. King Jr. As Tobias very much
reminds me of me 50 years ago, I encourage

him to instead pattern his ideals after Hector P.
Garcia. Garcia founded the American GI Forum
in Corpus Christi, Texas, in 1948 to obtain
health care, education and burial rights for
World War II American veterans of Mexican
ethnicity. This expanded to veterans' families
locally, regionally and nationally. Garcia
changed this country dramatically.
Some points to consider:
Do not miss school to demonstrate.
Education is too precious.
No foreign flags should be carried by pro-
testers. Waving flags of countries other than
ours hurts your cause. As long as you wave a
Mexican flag, I will not support your cause. My
grandfather was born in Mexico in 1850. One-
hundred thirty-five years ago he made America
(Texas) home. I am not Mexican-American, I
am 100-percent American and support only
American causes.
If a protester is not an American citizen,
that person does not have a right to protest.
Mexicans should not expect to move ahead
of Europeans, Asians and others who seek
American citizenship.
Do not blame our country tor the plight of
illegal immigrants.
The "illegals" problem is not new. As farm-
ers, we routinely employed "illegals" who came
in the spring and left in the fall. It was not
uncommon to have the same men year after
Another protester quoted in The Courier,
Juan Ruiz, stated "We are not criminals, we just
want to be equal." If Juan is American, he does
not have a problem. If he is in our country ille-
gally, he is a criminal and can never be equal
until he becomes American.
Frank Medrano
Plant City

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One of those volunteers, Kathey
Durham, moved to Plant City nine
years ago and has helped at the Opry
since it first began. Durham said she
would not want to see Henry step away
from the Opry.
"Myrle has been so instrumental in
helping Plant City in many ways," Dur-
ham said. "This town has been hon-
ored to have him here for many
Durham ment 1 Henry's work to
support church fundraisers and
musical events as an example. She said
Henry is also an important ambassa-
dor for Plant City.
"When Myrle first started the Florida
Opry in Plant City, he contacted mostly
local artists. He offered an important
venue for them to exhibit their talents.
As time went by, Myrle mixed the
locals with known professionals and
made the Opry something special."
Dan Smith, a performer and director
for Southern Star Bluegrass, a group
that performs regularly at the Opry,
agrees with Durham.
"The Plant City Florida Opry brings
another unique bit of character to this
area," Smith said. "The auditorium
that we play in is unmatched anywhere
in the state."
Smith went to school in the building
when it was known as Tomlin Junior
High in the early 1970s.
"Many of the people who live in this
area either attended this school or had
someone in their family attend here,"
he said.
"The stage, the intimate seating, and
the balcony sections just make this old
building perfect for the performers
and the audience."
During the last couple of years, the
city has authorized improvements to
further enhance the auditorium's
comfort level. An elevator was

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GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Hundreds of musical groups such as the Southern Star Bluegrass Band have added their talents to the stage of the Florida
Opry. During the fall and winter seasons, producer Myrle Henry has booked a variety of acts that help attract up to 500
patrons a show to the 1914 Plant City High School auditorium.

installed. The building was also air-
conditioned, and the old wooden win-
dows were replaced or refitted to keep
the rain and wind from seeping in.
"Myrle and the city have made this a
venue people want to come to," Smith
said. "But Myrle has his hands full.
This Opry doesn't come together with
just a few phone calls and an ad in the
paper. I know it takes a lot of work."
Without Henry, the Opry will die,
said Smith.
"Unless you have someone, or a
group of people to do what Myrle does
it just won't happen," Smith said. "We
hope he continues. But we know it is a
lot of work. He puts his own money on
the line. There are no guarantees about
attendance. Rain or a strong threat of

rain can wipe out a show. But the
entertainers still have to be paid."
Fortunately, Smith said, the Opry is
a labor of love for Henry.
"He loves the Florida Gators and the
Florida Opry," Smith said. "Hopefully
he'll find someone to fill the gap before
calling it quits."
Olin and Betty Shepherd, residents
of Keysville who were raised in Plant
City, look forward to the Florida Opry
each year.
Olin Shepherd said his father, Mor-
gan, attended Plant City High School
when it was housed in the 1914
"We always know that we can count
on good clean entertainment when we
come to see one of Myrle's shows,"

Olin Shepherd said. "You can't beat
the price. You get a lot of entertain-
ment for the money."
Betty Shepherd agrees.
"I like everything about the Opry,"
she said. "Gospel, bluegrass and coun-
try. You can't beat it. I just wish that
more of the local people would come
to the shows."
If they did, some shows wouldn't
have room for them all. The audito-
rium will hold about 500 customers.
There are reserved seats available, but
seldom are they all sold out.
"If Mr. Henry wanted to retire from
the Opry, and there was a vote, we
would have to vote him down," Betty
Shepherd said. "We want him to keep
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One of those volunteers, Kathey
Durham, moved to Plant City nine
years ago and has helped at the Opry
since it first began. Durham said she
would not want to see Henry step away
from the Opry.
"Myrle has been so instrumental in
helping Plant City in many ways," Dur-
ham said. "This town has been hon-
ored to have him here for many
Durham mentioned Henry's work to
support church fundraisers and
musical events as an example. She said
Henry is also an important ambassa-
dor for Plant City.
"When Myrle first started the Florida
Opry in Plant City, he contacted mostly
local artists. He offered an important
venue for them to exhibit their talents.
As time went by, Myrle mixed the
locals with known professionals and
made the Opry something special."
Dan Smith, a performer and director
for Southern Star Bluegrass, a group
that performs regularly at the Opry,
agrees with Durham.
"The Plant City Florida Opry brings
another unique bit of character to this
area," Smith said. "The auditorium
that we play in is unmatched anywhere
in the state."
Smith went to school in the building
when it was known as Tomlin Junior
High in the early 1970s.
"Many of the people who live in this
area either attended this school or had
someone -in their family attend here,"
he said.
"The stage, the intimate seating, and
the balcony sections just make this old
building perfect for the performers
and the audience."
During the last couple of years, the
city has authorized improvements to
further enhance the auditorium's
comfort level. An elevator was



GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Hundreds of musical groups such as the Southern Star Bluegrass Band have added their talents to the stage of the Florida
Opry. During the fall and winter seasons, producer Myrle Henry has booked a variety of acts that help attract up to 500
patrons a show to the 1914 Plant City High School auditorium.

installed. The building was also air-
conditioned, and the old wooden win-
dows were replaced or refitted to keep
the rain and wind from seeping in.
"Myrle and the city have made this a
venue people want to come to," Smith
said. "But Myrle has his hands full.
This Opry doesn't come together with
just a few phone calls and an ad in the
paper. I know it takes a lot of work."
Without Henry, the Opry will die,
said Smith.
"Unless you have someone, or a
group of people to do what Myrle does
it just won't happen," Smith said. "We
hope he continues. But we know it is a
lot of work. He puts his own money on
the line. There are no guarantees about
attendance. Rain or a strong threat of

rain can wipe out a show. But the
entertainers still have to be paid."
Fortunately, Smith said, the Opry is
a labor of love for Henry.
"He loves the Florida Gators and the
Florida Opry," Smith said. "Hopefully
he'll find someone to fill the gap before
calling it quits."
Olin and Betty Shepherd, residents
of Keysville who were raised in Plant
City, look forward to the Florida Opry
each year.
Olin Shepherd said his father, Mor-
gan, attended Plant City High School
when it was housed in the 1914
"We always know that we can count
on good clean entertainment when we
come to see one of Myrle's shows,"

Olin Shepherd said. "You can't beat
the price. You get a lot of entertain-
ment for the money."
Betty Shepherd agrees.
"I like everything about the Opry,"
she said. "Gospel, bluegrass and coun-
try. You can't beat it. I just wish that
more of the local people would come
to the shows."
If they did, some shows wouldn't
have room for them all. The audito-
rium will hold about 500 customers.
There are reserved seats available, but
seldom are they all sold out.
"If Mr. Henry wanted to retire from
the Opry, and there was a vote, we
would have to vote him down," Betty
Shepherd said. "We want him to keep
doing what he is doing."

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together in mourning.
Many in the Plant City Police
Department have given their vaca-
tion time, a portion of their sick
leave, and contributed money to
help the Bass family face this ordeal.
Their generosity allowed their
comrade to travel to hospitals from
Gainesville to St. Petersburg trying
to save his little girl.
The Rev. Aaron Brown, the
chaplain for the Faith Riders Club of
Bell Shoals Baptist Church, a motor-
cycle club that Russell Bass belongs
to, gave the eulogy for little Ashton.
Quoting from the New Testament,
John 1:14, Brown mentioned how
Christ brought grace and truth to the
"Christ brings us peace and
strength, the power to heal, and a
world without pain and without
We all need that. God knows the
Bass family needs all they can get.
Ashton's oldest sister, Brittany, 13;
stood before the mourners with her
surviving sister, Brooke, 8. Brittany
talked and cried through a brief
statement expressing their love for
their departed baby sister.
I couldn't understand a single
word she said, but her meaning was
perfectly clear.
A slide presentation was also
shown at the service courtesy of
Hopewell Funeral Home pictures
of this beautiful little girl slowly
cycled through the four years she
was on this earth with "Twinkle,
Twinkle Little Star" as the back-
ground music.
It seemed so appropriate. It
seemed so right.
There wasn't a dry eye left in the
We saw pictures on two large
screen projectors of Ashton when
she was a round-faced baby girl,
with big blue eyes, a full-sized smile
and a zest for life. We also saw her

Ashton Lee Bass was buried at Hopewell Cemetery.
playing with her sisters, petting a pet old, flashing her big smile. And we
goat, chomping on a chicken quarter saw that same smile, but this time
and sucking her fingers while lying from a hospital bed, following her
in bed. diagnosis of brain cancer last April.
One photo showed her standing In her flashing smile, in life and in
proudly, leaning with one hand held the touching photographs, hope
against a refrigerator door, mimick- sprang eternal from this little girl.
ing her mother who was striking the Even in her darkest days, she
same pose above her. showed a love of life and a happi-
We saw Ashton as a 2- and 1-year- ness to be a part of the world around

GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo

Now she is an angel in heaven.
Her mother said, although in pain,
on her last day, Ashton gave every-
one hugs, wanting to play on her
tricycle and go outside with her
Little Ashton went to her peace,
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Q: Are you interested in "post-modern" cul-
A: Anyone in ministry has to be because
we're there. Look at movies today and how they
influence thinking. Among 18- to 25-years-
olds, the movie "Fight Club" is the No. 1
Q: You enjoy movies?
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influenced me. "It's a Wonderful Life," "Indi-
ana Jones and the Last Crusade" and "Brave-
heart." I loved the line in "Braveheart" "Every
man dies, not every man really lives." I also like
"A Christmas Carol."
Q: How did you end up in Plant City?
A: I came to First Methodist downtown in
2001, working with different ministries, we
were planning to house in the new ministry
center. The whole process morphed into what
we see today, that's how God moves. The dis-
trict superintendent steered me to this opening
at Cork in 2002.
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close-knit community. I like being part of a
church community that has day-to-day rela-
tionships. It's very supportive. Cork is a caring,
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He was a member of Ahava Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Winifred; a son,
Troy E. of Tampa; a daughter, Lora J. Jenkins of
Lithia; three brothers, Billy G. of Thonotosassa,
James H. of Valdosta, Ga., and Jesse R. of High
Springs; four grandchildren; and five great-
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Mary L. Brock, 93, of Winter Haven died
March 30.
She was born in Sebring and was a longtime
resident of Winter Haven.
She worked in food service for Hillsborough
County School System.
She is survived by two sons, Kenneth of
Dover and Dempsey J. of Tennessee; a
daughter, Mary Rogers Faulkner of Winter
Haven; a brother, James Burton of Tampa; a
sister, Margaret "Tiny" Carr of Dover; 13 grand-
children; 25 great-grandchildren; and four
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Zebedee Scofield, 70, of Lakeland died
March 29.
He was born in Sarasota and was a hand-
press operator for the Florida Tile Company.
He was a Baptist.
He is survived by his wife, Margaret E.; a son,
Edward M. of Lakeland; two daughters, Caro-
lyn Hamilton of Lakeland and Wonda A.
Morales of Plant City; a brother, Donald of
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She was a lifelong resident of Plant City and
worked in Tampa shipyards during World War
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worked in the lunch room at Bryan Elementary
She attended Northside Baptist Church.
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No Area Aces Advance

From District Event

When the boundaries for the Raid-
ers' district went south, unfortunately,
so did their chances of repeating as
district champions. The Plant City
girls tennis team was feeling the pain
Monday, along with every single one
of its Hillsborough County counter-
parts, locked in the same district as a
pair of dominant schools from Sara-
Even before the Class 4A-District 6
tournament got started Monday
morning at the University of South
Florida tennis courts, it was clear Sar-
asota and Sarasota Riverview would
be the class of the field.
"When we went to the seeding
meeting, all of their players are state
ranked ... the meeting took all of five
minutes," said Raiders girls coach
Gary Brady.
And when play began and the final
scores began to roll in, the seeds were
proven out. Rarely did a player from
one of the Sarasota schools drop as
much as a game, much less a match.
By midmorning Tuesday, the tour-
nament's second and final day, of the
10 singles champions all but one was
from Sarasota Riverview. Only Aubrey
Campbell, from Lakeland High. broke
the spell by beating Sarasota Rivervie-
w's Kristin Ruffner in the final.
One Raider did reach the final of her
bracket, No. 4 player Ariana Gonzalez.
She defeated Allison Jordan of Durant,
6-0, 6-1, Monday then knocked off
Lakeland's Kathryn Phillips 6-1, 6-3
before falling 6-0, 6-1 to Sarasota Riv-
erview's Katie Saba.
"It would have been good if we had

seen them during the regular season,
but, honestly, I don't think it would
have made a difference," Gonzalez
She was one of five seniors making
up the Raiders' singles contingent.
The same group won the district title
last year as juniors. This year, the
same six teams returned from that
district, with the Sarasota schools
added in. *
Last year, as part of another district,
Sarasota's boys and Sarasota Rivervie-
w's girls teams advanced to the state
tournament and finished impres-
sively, both coming in third overall as
a team.
The other graduating Raiders, start-
ing with the No. 1 player, are Marah
Dolan, Rachel Sperry, McKenzie
Charles and Staci Watson.
Sperry defeated Lacey Compton
from East Bay before bowing out
against Sarasota's Krista Baitinger.
Sperry and Watson won their first-
round No. 2 doubles match before
losing in the semifinals Tuesday, 6-1,
6-3, to Lakeland. Including her district
results, Sperry was 11-3 in singles and
11-4 in doubles this season.
Durant had two girls win singles
matches. Defending No. 1 singles dis-
trict champ Alyssa Young won her first
match 6-0, 6-0 before falling by the
same score to Ruffner. Erica Sanders
defeated Heather Conforte from East
Bay. In one of the longer Monday
matches,.Durant No. 2 Stefanie Roger -s
fell 2-6, 7-5, 6-1 to Anjuli Gupta from
Brady, who added Lakeland to the
regular season schedule Lakeland
won 5-2 but could not add the Sara-
sota teams, said all five Sarasota Riv-
erview players are ranked in the USTA.
"They play tournaments every week-
end. I mean, they're on a different
See TENNIS, Page 24

Photo courtesy of Robin Davis

Trent heads to Winter Haven
Durant High School baseball coach Ron Fussell congratulates pitcher Trent
Davis at Davis' college signing party at the school April 18. Davis, a lefty
who was 4-1 with a 2.08 earned-run average this season for the Cougars,
committed to play at Polk Community College in the fall. As a member of
the Brandon Blaze AAU 18-and-under team, Davis was selected to the all-
tournament team after pitching the Blaze to victory in the final at the
national tournament at the Disney Wide World of Sports Complex in
Kissimmee. Davis, who plans to study criminology and pursue a career in
law enforcement, was the seventh Cougar from this year's baseball team
who will participate in collegiate athletics.

CougarsTo Host District SHARP CUTS

Baseball Tournament Raidpr

There's no way the Durant
baseball team is looking past
next week, knowing full well it
must first secure a spot in the
Class 6A playoffs before it can
think about regional oppo-
However, if the Cougars get
there, it won't take long to
draw a response from mem-
bers of the team as to who
they'd like to go up against.
Thanks to a recent incident,
Durant would just love to
meet up with the Gaither
And revenge isn't the factor,
because Durant won the game
played Saturday at Gaither.
It's what happened before the
"It was a mess," said Cou-
gars head coach Ron Fussell.
Durant was supposed to
meet Gaither at 10 a.m., a

special early start time to
allow Durant players to get
back home in time to ready
themselves for the prom.
And though the Gaither
softball team got the memo,
the baseball team apparently
did not.
"We met at the school, kids
up way earlier then they're
used to being on a Saturday
morning. I mean, it's dusk
out," Fussell said. "Then we
get there at 9. The softball
teams are out there, but no
baseball players."
Where the message got
mixed was never ironed out,
but the teams did start play at
least a little earlier than
normal, 11:45 a.m. And
though some of the Cougar
batters still had cobwebs,
Durant pulled out a 4-3 vic-
tory. Carmine Giardina went
to 5-1 on the season, Tony
Garcia earned the save and
Durant improved its record to
See BASEBALL, Page 24

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With the vision of being
able to play in a state
semifinal game in their own
city drifting in the back of
their minds, something
unexpected happened to the
Plant City softball team: Its
season ended before the
district semifinals.
In more than a little bit of
a shocker, the Raiders lost,
6-5, to the bottom-seeded
Lakeland Dreadnaughts on
Monday night. Mary Gartrell
tripled to tie the game and
then came home on a
double by Molly Burris to
put Lakeland past Plant City.
The Raiders were the No.
2 seed and playing well, with
a 12-4 record, and seemed
headed for a relatively.
painless journey to the
district final. Plant City beat
every team in its district but
Durant this year.
Assuming Durant, the top
seed and ranked in the
state's top 10, did not suffer

'Softball Girls Upset

the same upset fate, the
Cougars will be playing
tonight for the district title.
Ultimately, the Cougars,
who have not reached the
playoffs since its region final
run in 2003, will hope to
make it to Plant City Sta-
dium for the state tourna-
ment in a couple of weeks.

Out of the blocks
Track's version of the
playoffs got out of the blocks

this week, with the Raider
and Cougar teams trekking
to Gaither for the Class 4A-
District 6 meet. Events get
going at 1 p.m.
It will be fun to see how
Plant City's Jasmine Pope,
who has been great and is
only a freshman, does in her
first "big-time" high school
And a name familiar to
Durant football fans has
become the youngest head
football coach in the county.
Kenneth Hiscock, a
standout linebacker who
played at Division III
Methodist College in North
Carolina, obviously has been
impressive in his brief stint
as an- assistant at Durant and
Last week, he was named
the new head coach for the
Newsome elevated
Hiscock from the defensive-
coordinator position.

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Raider golf tourney
The Plant City High School
Raider Football Golf Tourna-
ment will be held April 22 at
Walden Lake Golf Course. The
event is scheduled for a 1 p.m.
shotgun start, with proceeds
from the event going to the
Raider football program, spe-
cifically for construction of
new practice fields.
Cost is $75 per person. Hole
sponsorships are also still
available for $75. Donations
are also being accepted.
Call: PCHS football coach
Kevin Kelley, 757-9370, Ext.

PCHS football meeting
A meeting for parents of
prospective members of the
Plant City High School varsity
and junior-varsity football
teams will be held April 27 at 6
p.m. in the school gym.
The meeting will review
important spring dates on the
schedule as well as summer
camp information.
Raider coaches will be there
to answer any questions.

i9 youth golf
i9Sports is currently taking
registrations for its inaugural
youth golf circuit. Touring five
courses in Hillsborough
County, including a stop at
Walden Lakes Golf and Coun-
try Club, the circuit is for boys
and girls ages 10 to 15 who are
ready for on-course play. Play
begins April 23.
Call: 754-1720 or register at


Lancers golf tourney
To benefit its teams, the
Plant City Lancers club soccer
program will host a series of
two-man golf tournaments at
Plant City Golf Course.
The schedule includes:
April 21: Scramble
May 19: Best-ball tourna-
June 16: Nine-hole best-
ball and nine-hole alternate
shot tournament
Cost: $45 per event. Prizes
go to first and second places
in gross and net divisions.
Call: Chris, 299-2449.

Special Olympics volunteers
Special Olympics Florida
needs volunteers for the 2006
Florida State Summer Games,
set for April 28-29 at the Uni-
versity of South Florida.
About 1,400 volunteers will
be needed to host the two-day
games, which will feature
more than 3,000 Special
Olympics athletes, -coaches
and family members. Athletes
of all ages will compete in
track and field, bocce, cycling,
soccer, tennis, gymnastics
and volleyball.
All events are free and open
to the public. No prior experi-
ence with Special Olympics is
necessary to volunteer.
Call: 1-800-322-HERO
(4376) or visit
To submit sports
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The Cougars were out of
action from then until their
scheduled game Tuesday
night, then it's time to prepare
for the District 8 tournament.
Durant is the host and opens
up against East Bay, which has
yet to win a district game this
year. The tourney starts
Plant City is the No. 5 seed
and opens up the event
Monday at 1 p.m. by taking on
Sarasota Riverview. The Raid-
ers won their third game in a
row when they beat Blake last
week, 15-5. It was the first
mercy-rule victory in three
years for Plant City.
It took four innings to get an
11-1 lead, but the Yellow Jack-
ets, one at-bat from seeing the
game end, scored four runs in
the fifth. Plant City ended
things in the sixth inning,
needing one run and getting it

when Chris Boatright singled
with the bases loaded.
A.J. Starkey allowed one run
(unearned) on two hits in four
innings pitched. Austin Kern
had two doubles in building
the lead. After Blake closed the
gap, Plant City coach Kenny
White gave senior pitcher Seth
Varner the chance to bat for
the first time all season and
he produced a double to right
Plant City had its home
finale Tuesday night, recog-
nizing the team's six seniors:
Varner, Kyle Singletary, Ricky
Morris, Thomas Adair, Jeff
Reaume and Ryan Humphrey.
Monday's other first-round
game, set for a 4 p.m., pits No.
2 seed Lakeland against River-
view. The Durant-East Bay
winner gets Lakeland or River-
view in Tuesday's evening
Top-seed Sarasota, ranked

fourth in the state, will play
the Plant City-Sarasota River-
view winner Tuesday after-
The semifinal winners are
both assured a spot in the
region playoffs. The district
winner is guaranteed a first-
round home playoff game,
while the district runner-up
must travel, a fate Durant
endured last season.
With Sarasota around,
Durant realizes it might have
to hit the road again, but this
year the trip won't be nearly as
long as the one that sent the
Cougars to Kissimmee, where
they lost to Osceola High.
All of the District 7 teams
are in Pinellas or Hillsborough.
The strong clubs there are
Alonso, Sickles and Gaither.
"Trust me, we wouldn't
mind that matchup," Fussell

Continued From Page 23

On the boys side, the No. 1
singles bracket was an indica-
tion of how tough the Sarasota
players were. In the first
round, all four winners posted
6-0, 6-0 victories, including
Steven Eason of Plant City.
Then, in the semifinals,
Eason and Lance Murphey of
Lakeland ran into buzzsaws
and lost 6-0, 6-0.
In fact, all five of Plant City's

boys singles players won their
first-round matches, with No.
5 Drew Charles getting pushed
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ACCIDENT? INJURED? 800-510-0442 Remer & Hrs 100's of Lawyers W, y $499 King. All sizes 50%-75% OF store- to 65" wide screen TV
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M11rtleHill Sect. 26, lot www.amerilawyercom duction Private Attor- A/C,.wholesale, 13 seer liver. 813-926-8567 20isb ugh813889- 1946Model A Clark Ave.813-871-1477 ti$5K, sell 50.
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sell for $2700 Hudson fnew an use cars OverlBy NASATECH $699 ti, Diamonds upscale furniture at
Tampa 1-813-514-1565 Brilliant Cut GH Solitare 38054 S6 D ale Mbry813- Medium oak, honey fin -
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Largo 1-727-210-1098 setting, A raised $10K box, cost $625, sell $315
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$9,87 Maggie -800- $95 free delivery. Must see to a pp reciate
499-6401 727-418-7579 Call (813) 672-7393.
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hies, goats, sheep Potential. FAA predicts severe CITY OF PLANT CITY, ments in this case in- City of anCit did on sale, Owner retiring
s cattle & a -Paid Vacation shortage. Financial aid FLORIDA cluding orders. are avail- February 8,200,issu a from inustryA
mals except cats ior Med Dental & Vis Ins VALET $7-10 Hr, F/T, P/T if qualify. Job place- able athe Clerk of the Notice and Order of sales $535Kasking Other Guys Won't!
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Be 25I yrsor older Willing to train right er- Churcn of the Nazarene You must kee the Clrk owner of said premises;ess Business
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yrw/school cert. flex.and available week- MPOYM NT Public Notice is hereby ice notified of your cur- said owners of to buy houses that ne
m m ave the ability to ends. Comfort Inn, Craftsmen/Remodelers given that the Board of rent address. (You may a idesi or e rs oh ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE w tls as
e obtain a tan/haz end. Plant City. 813-707-6000' $12 to $25/hour Adjustment of the City of file Notice of Current Ad- pm se as have signant contract.
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MULBERRY TERMINAL NT U Th fr Craftsmen hold a public hearingon Approv editions of Florida matteal or appma be heardn Paid $30 nes, Free Can- Conditi Quick Closing,
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experience person. Excel- METAL Building cil room auditorium 1o- clerk's office, No the Rey or seil due to relocation
e a enrtisalary. Call Mon- Fri Mechan cs. good pay, coated at 302 West now therefore sink hole, foreclosure!
Gnr ) 9AM-5PM 863-616-1888 paid every Friday. Reynolds Street, Plant WARNING: Rule 12.285 ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE We can help. Call us at
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Driver / Delivery )) DRIVERS $1500.00 bonus p Classifieds evidence upon which the disose of the contents erey declare its ANSWER SURVEYS
every 6 months OTR Seeking individual for to find what you're appeal is to be based. ofRental Units leased to intention to order and di- ONLINE! $S.00-$75.00 Tear down or Replace
Excellent home time, HME hing & other proj- looking far? Oar pages and believed to contain rect demolition and re- PER SURVEY. JOIN NOW' Build on your lot
hiCOOL (18-24 position) New Equipment 1 year acts. HME experienced are the following: moval of such buildings WWW.REALCASHPROGR From $68 per sq ft
guy 18.4apsito ns. Experience ClassAwith preferred. Fax resume to merchandise for every Julie Hamorit 100's of plans.
tank & hazmat. Call MATRIX MEDICAL occasion. Need PC Planner # 29-Joe Hayes-House city forces or by inde- Call Dan 813/625-2000.
travel entire USA. Paid 877-882-6537. 813-759-2155 support, a boat, a new hold Items pendent contractor sub- Builders for 51 years
training, transportation, www.oakleytransport.c lawn mower, an NO: 2457 4/20/2006 # 40-Mary Cox- House hitting the lowest andB
today, Start today. om A engagement ring, best bid therefor, and as-
(888)272-2732. DRIVERS LCT WANTS DIETARY AIDES & maybe a piano # 41-Carmella Nesbitt- sassing the costs thereof
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DRIVER YOU! OTR drivers, so- COOKS #48-Lea Sumrell-House upon which such costs NEEDED$$
los or teams. 3 months n f* TdBOARD OF ADJUSTMENT hold Items were incurred. Processing Online Re- Investor Special
ooCHECK experience & CDL-A / Communi Care Center CIY OF PLANT CITY, #222-George Smith- bates From Home Earn Gerat for rehabbers.
HAZ required. Full bene 2202 W. Oak Ave FLORIDA Household Items Section 2. The City Co n- $15.00 Per Rebate Guar- Thousands below mar-
THIS OUT!! fits package. 2003- Plant City, FL 33563 mission willhholdyapublic anteed. Extremely Easy. ket. Won'tllast.
2005Euiment. Call 1- Ph: 813-154-3761 HEAVY IN RE: This sale is being held to hearing in relation here- No Experience Needed. 813-469-6549
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OClDRIVE LCTransportation.comE UIPM NThCharles Bostic owners of Amazig Business Op-
EARN.Up to $550 Weekly icali Office, M'ed Mgr ex- OPERATOR The Petition of said property, shall have
AUBURNDAIE TERMINAL WorKing through te pennce reguredi (FO Dr. Gaffney No:2468 4/20:27.2006 cause why such demoli- om INVESTORS SPECIAL
Class A CDL government PT No Ex- 813-659-332a r1202 E. Palifox $99K
Flatbed, van & tanker rience. Call Today! EMPLOYMENT Public Notice is hereby tion and removal should 2902 Sanchez $129K
months experience rtm-0-8-21 Ask or Restaurants/ Adjustment of the Cil of 2006 at 7:30 m., or as 8418 N. Ola $159K
require Department Y. Hospitality/Clubs Plant City, Floria will In accordance with n t hereat7 er as the TYPISTS Needed! Get 813-35 88a
MULBERRY TERMINAL hold a public hearing on provisions of Florida matter ma be heard, in Paid $300 Daily Tpng 8
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Class A CDL cellular co in Brandon. uesa A i 2006 law, there being due the Sadye Gibbs Martin Easy! Guaranteeaay- SEMI
Recent Fwelcome!TT or PT. Will train. Bart Nettle and unpaid charges for Auditorium of the Nettie checks. No Experience S HOLE HGTS MUSI
1 62-9066 30-35/wk. Must work Bery Draughon Munici- which the undersigned Berry Draughon Munici- Necessary. Full Training SELL Beautifully reno some Sat. 10-3. Anplv pal Building in the coun- is entitled to satisfy an pal Building, 302 West Provided. Immediate vated 2/1. New bath, ki
2108 W. BrandonIv vcil room auditorium lo- owner's lien of the Reynolds Street City. Openings.Now Availa- & appnl. $185k + $101
20W.rf a ndonel452cated at 302 West goods hereinafter Hal), Plant City, Florda. Register Onlineo- for closing. CALL MJ
or fax resume:wo4w-254a Reynolds Street, Plant described and stored at da HoeTypers.c NOW 813-244-2450.
AGERS. MMI Dining Sys- COOK eoseofthishearingisto located at: 1005 Clerk shall forthwith fur-
temns seeRs restaurant ) gs ear an apgeal by peti- Alexander St Plant nish acopy of thias reso-
or asste managers for an fult n erdeuo n ritch Lioaderns, Dmp tioner, Dr. affney, re- City.Florida33563. lutionoby certifiedamail to CHANNELSIDE LofI
DEDICATEDDREGIONAL mUtiplestaclub, collegopera- euire et Truk, th Plan City Code, Sec- notice having been giv- 928 Cape Cod Circle, Bridal/Evening Wear. kitchen, washer & drye
Home EVERY Wkend Florida. Jump ptart your Steve or Judy atnFr- d ,Scrapers, 15' side-yard setback, in- proper and all parties 4387Street, Plant City, International clients, avail 318,000. Sandy
Avg$72r-S1025/wk Foodservice Mgint. ca- dom Plaza, Sun City n -stead of the 20'per the known to claim an in- Florida 33563 and Ban'k Growing 17%-20%/yr. 813-505-5129 realtor.
NOv OUCH FREIGHT rer. Competitive sal & ter 642-1230 / 642-1216 Excavators CU plan. The property is terest therein and the of America, P.O. Box $595,000 + Inventory.
65% preloadedG benefits, plus free stay located at 2002 time specified in such 26041, Greensboro, NC Nets $300K. Financing DAVI
pretarped/ at omne d ho- Ds HA ERTraAin in Florida Alexander St, in a C-U notice for payment of 27450. available. SeeD S Island, Build up
p Beach,FL at companydownesumo- DISHWASHER F/e Apply zoning district. Allper- such havnrg expred pictures at or raze this 1400+ 3/2
Terminal a n n 1 on e : rant, 109 S. Collins St. National Cefication sons are advised that ifra the godos wilr be soid section4 A copy of this www.floridacapitalcoi on great street
CDL-A Plant City Fa person decides to agpeal at public auction at the resolution shallbe post- Agent (941)924-2378. brxa)70v-9099
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1000 Red Fern Place Need a tutor or piano job Placemet with respect to any mat- dispose oClassifiedsmakE-PARK New Listin
DRIVERS CDL A. Home Flowood, MS 39232. lessons? Turn to At A ce ter which is considered on easy to sell a variety Jan Abel design. Beauty
Weekends! Special On- EO ADA, drug-free Your Service for a at such meeting, he will Wednesday, May 10, Section S. The City Clerk of merchandise. Cars, fully restored 1915 Bun
entation Pay ?or Exeri- w Irplace employer. multitude of businesses need a record otthe pro- 2006 at 9:30AM. shall publish a cowy of homes, furniture and palow, in heart of Oh
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Palmcrest 1712sf 3br Pointe -$249, 000 Below Market, Crys Riv- acre tracts & homesites CAROLINA AAH COOL SAcres, Excellent build- Near Lake Lure Acre- g HARBOR ISLAND Walkin
2ba pool $299K REDUCED-QUICK SALE; er, DbI Cor lot in Wood- starting $2650/acre. SUMMERS MILD WIN- ing site w/woods. Nice age from $24 900. Land distance to Channel-
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CARROLLWOOD 4927 to County Line East, L lot, Citris Springs Trpl (Special 14.62acs 2288 EXIT REALTY 5000 COMMERCIAL/o
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1441sf, new roof, kitch- Wrencrest to 30645; Boom St. Lots 1/4 ac $4750/acre.) Owner PROPERTIES Invest in the booming At- Stagecoach. Conserv/
en, remodeled, tile (8 1 3 ) 2 3 0 0 7 8 0; Hib & Dry $28K each 912-529-6198 lanta mkt. Buy investmt Water view.3BD/2.5BA
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club. Beautiful Hanna 1 DUNELLON lac beautiful farm round. Excellent Mountain Cabins Land Serious inquiries only treat, hunting property Full Service VALRICO new 2twnhser, 2.5ba
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$3200/mo (1) 4br/3ba low mi., asking $90,000. Condition! $1,000 obo. miles clean good cond. tion $44 000 obo
w/ dock $2900/mo 317-409-3828/509-3123 Call (813) 355-6563. o $29,010. 863-773-6330. 813-741-2030
Beautiful!305-951-5330 888-Bates RV Nearly 21' Sea Ray 1999 Sign. DODGE 2005 HANDICAP TOYOTA 2002 Rav4L
S 600 Airstream Javco Bow Rider, 5.7EFI 260 TVan, 10" lowered floor, AWD, loaded, below
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tpa. HP Mercrulser, full cvrs TRANSPORTATION power ramp, 18,000 KBB, silver, excellent
& bimini, runs great, miles. Call for more in- cond 33K. $14 500.
OHIO Camping Resort $16500obo 813-285-0664 formation 727-492-1630 Call (813) 741-3376.
Pools,ClubhousTaerty 23' 1978 SeaOx, CC Auto Engines,/ FORD 2001 Windstar TOYOTA 2002 Sequoia
Center, Fishing Lakes 1984 Evinrude Rebl II Parts / Misc: Cargo Van, 6 cyl, cold. Limited, Silver, Leather,
Comfort Stations and' w/30 bhrs, VHF, GPS, air, new brakes, run. s 86K mi, Excellent condi-
More. All Utilities Own- Nice FF, Live we CHE Truck Parts 65- a 13-. $5,500.6659 $22n,00 Fully Loa903-100ded,
ership for $160 Month Bimini, 02-03 umall813-9096659 $2200 813-903-1007
RECREATION with 2000 Locations. trier $4500 Firm '7, fenders'rholds,
RECREATION 66-685-6808 ns. 813-833-6762 do'osbumer o FORD 2004E350Cu ( Scooters / Mopeds3
'60's GMC.70's Ifazer, away, V8, PS, PB, AC au- t ers / Mopedsg
813-67-1238 to m600mi, runs great, EURO Scooter 2004 Top
SCa Travel RV Accessories 23FT. 1971 Stamas W/A TIRES & RIMS $ orbstoffermph,.190m
Campers / Travel Cutty, 1997 225 I IS 352-583-3370 4 .,d 030mph, runso90o.
Trailers REESE 16k 5th wheel kiwi Evinrude Oceanrunner, 35X12.5X16.5 B.FG. ,,, -300 mi runs gooW
alSDER hitch with wir- lowhrs, livewell, trail- M/Ton 81ug blk spk FORD 2004 F150 Lariat $65u813-245-3841
,rails, and er. Exc condo! $11K or rims. Likenew$750obo czuporcrlb 4,,.In3ded.
lees 5 AC frig 'stove' al installation parts trade fr ontoonbass,3 Go Carts
erectt' 'must see: Like new, $450 firm. or air boat813-478-1349 TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt '"q')" r-,'-
$7500. 813-752-6424 Call 81.3-979-1605, 23FT Proline walk around from A-Z. Guaranteed Mini Dune oBgy 250cc

tI,,wt ro oobr ....G mo bmpnauo
-ROADMASTER '89. '98 200 HP Johnson quality work. Your place GMC R ..s $0 AFARI. ,u'. tranew/reverse,dfull
2.3' 4 ,i-r ,rrv,-j Tow Dolley 2005 .. alum. trir. Elect. Live oormine. Call Rob : pl...,rdI, r,. dual.. S U s pe ion, disc brakes
S31t'e. ~.ll-,'snl 5r;] self-steering wheels well. T-top. Great Cnd! 813-610-1535 4 i,.. .j "-"-" $2495oboe813-784-8660
en, r33r ", electric brakes. $1800 $12,500. (813) 230-7507. ,, lre 060
.4el cuid ;35"", obo. (813) 230-6309. I Tires CaIlJ 7' 1 ::. :'i, I Motorcycles ]1
s!:.,?,,_;. 9..;,llh k :CicI&Buy .I... .. -t -i ,, "-d..r j,;Ul
m- 21,01 TIRES R..s it ..n. 2 1 o.ducuer ,.r,_r. HARLEY 2002 Ultra Clas-
24' Mallard Lite, Travel [(Recreational Rental))j '- ,0= r. n., _n Tr a 4 r HARL -.0.. -.
Trailer Fully Self- POPU AC4PERS for rent 24'245 Vista, 4-Winds'88 _Odd r -' ". ,,jl2 b F n..b hrr ; ,- ..'mdi. 1. ,-
contained Warranty ..c P CA tove .. New V8 i/o, sleeps 4 1011 r-.. r id-4 "^ a "" ri' "%: n" rr ,. .7 '- .r
$8,500 calf afterspm A/C Sink,S t-1 Fr. g Ne. o -- .9 -r -,'-1.-- ir '. ." mi dmadl,, ,,. cU r. i ls
$8l500Lcalafter6pm A ~L~ nto reserve head galey trailer, juu,... .49 t, C,, p1 ..- ar
813 n u reb afor suom,- MERCURY ic'9,-r i"68 ,,', "13 .2h12"a
30' 1993 Corsica Cobra rentalcamers.c erestOfferhis Wkn Automobiles Misc r H.. 'i:l.r H S -
Travel Trailer, Has A/cl, 8 1 -9 0 En-ines Trar-n,,,r" 7 'a .'L .Y'. '""' 1 700th Anniv. Black & soal-
micro, sleeps 6, shower ( BViStorage )J 2S'Bayliner Tr,:pr,,. irac. gne.Tr n ro '' *",r.: i .. I-k.j ver0 75100 miles, loadedsi
&tub.o$5500. R tional Ownersr,, -. a lr r i .F-9aE w/extras! $16,900 obo,
813-781-6816 E0WLER & 1-75. fraction of the c:-:.t n Ea R E 75- n PLYMOUTH 1994 Voyager For Detals 813-215-9982.
30' 1999 CONQUEST S VBoats.Autos well maintaied ,',i 3.3 en auto 7 pass
30' 1999 CONQUEST. Su- Secure$0s/mo Twin Merc 7 '. ,cold 127K AM/F HARLEY 2004 VRod
preme, self contain, Happ TvelerRV Park Only $5,00 cal T.,ni fTrailers -Tractors cass. $1500 obo 813- Burgundy, lady driven,
slide out, s ee094 Wilson 81361 2 210-6326/ 813-985-4341 less than.4K ml, raged
awning, micro, stereo, 6X12X2 aer u.-i- upgraded seat.
$9700 neg. 813-495-2227 OUTDOOR Storage, 5515 26' 2001 Cer. ur ?r) n I. .utr Sorts'tility Vehicles) oo 813-991-0303
31' 1999 ROYAL COACH- Causewa Blvd,-Vs Twin Yamar j .2. v-r, J.r. a'i c r h vporsuris y eices)0. 0
A31 1999 ROYAL COACHs Cars, Trus Trailers* clean, low brs, Ift Kept, weldingandsieelsupp HARLEY Davidson 2004
MAN T.T., fiberlas Brandodn/Valrico/ tandem axle, alumtrir, .com d813-237-0y10 BMW 2002 X5 3.01 100K Sportster, Silver, loaded
M n" s e! 0ltw / cover.......... --^ T
as s, oe Pristie! Riverviow 8 13-220-1538 Fruno electronics bow warr, silver et, Itr int, w/cove, full mainte-
n1'ps 6,Meood-oversized T-top, Trucks L -ht t loaded, sprt pkg, sunrf, nance, 5K mi, $9500.
$11,75 obo 813-728- a $49,900. 813-967-4775 9 g Dt rear A/C, a powe r. Call 813-891-9358
0539 tS Spas & Hot Tubs )j)(.............. $25,900 (813) 221-55221
31' SeaRa 1999, CHEVY 1992 .Scottsdale, HARLEY Davidson 1996
33"06 Franklin self cont, 1n Ssindannrpr-'. 1500, 4WD, Silver w/ Blk BMW 2002 X5 3.0 white Softail Springer, low
super slide, W/D, micro, A-i Spas -.,in c ,-' i tC Loaded, comm'l Topper, V8, 5 w/ tan int., sun roof, 'miles many exras.
stereo, awnings, load- Repairs, Moves and Covered slip available. spd stick, A/C, $6K in sport pkg, CD, upgrad- Excellent Cond! $12,900.
ed, see6ps3 6-will deliv. Buys Used Hot Tubs. $79,900. (813) 814-4410. pew parts. Dry engine & -ei ,-,rI. newer tires. Call (813) 355-6563.
U$20,99Y63-938-3825 813-623-9997 train. $3,950. 5 "ii 813-220-1206
33'Trojan 10m. Mid Cab- 727-518-8213 HONDA 2005 CRF 230,
34FT2005 Impala TT, 15' A+ POOL HEATERS Fac- in Exp. Cruiser 1986, 454 CHEVY 2004 Trailblazer trail ridden 8 times,
slide, W/D air more. tory Direct: Solar/Heat FWC Crusaders, 6.5 KW CHEVY 2003 1500 15.3 au- white, LS, 4WD, loaded $2,900. Honda 1986
Willdeliver. lean. Pump or Gas Complete gen. full gally, sips 6. to LS, ext. cab, green/ 17,100 mi wrnty, well 80CC Elite, 2600 miles,
$16,999 OBO. Do-It-Yourseif heater $45K obo.941-907-9515 tan, 33K mi., wrrty ex- maint like new $20,999 $950. 813-629-8669
813-949-1910 kits. Phone quotes in- tras, exc. cond. $1i,300 813-325-9808 _-_..-
36 ............ stallation most areas. 34' Mainship Pilot 2000, obo. 813-713-4673 r Bu ..
36' 1998 ALA, 5th Wheel, 1-800-796-091 exc cond, warranty on CHEVY 2005 Tahoe 4 WD MI "lXUy
3slides.W/Dduare-' www.TheEnergySuper boat & engine. See & DODGE 19983500 4x4 LT, leather, Itgrey, load- .. '
fers w/ ice maker, 2 Marketcom make offer. $145900. diesel, auto, SLT quad ed lowmiles, like new, KAWASAKI 2nn X-6R
new rcners & Q matt. Lic#CWC029795/lnsure 727-674-5566 .367-6286 cab white/charcoal in- 3r row, trailer hitch. S
$16K obo 813-758-1572 d. Dealer Inquiries Wel- terror, loaded, new $32,900. 813-962-3608. 636 Special Edition.
8 .rDeal23608quiriesW.Silver in/rod flames &
38' 2001 Newmar Dutch come! [(Boat Slips / Storage)) $1200 8313-o4673 DODGE .i'2 '. rra,, red wheels. 500 ml. Sell
Star rClass A diesel, WGLT r..'r n, a., urr $11000. Asking $9,500.
SC-ass- LA.die WE MOVE SPAS LAGE wet slip 65x22, DODGE 1998 3500 4x4 ,. ..,,., ,-',,, Perfect Cond! 813-757-
- 1s-,- L'.rj,A 'V.. b ...o d p v.'s3tr nn brid c '. d;c'*.,.SLTquad ,:,,, .:- il ,' 6895 or 813-690-3402
'i l 219 t- i.4' AN T lE24/7. T.,t,' ,, iga lr;.11 r ,:. .r -i. charcoalin "-.:,Ii .1 'J t, KT2 25
W...rvic- any spa ,r r -I ;PC r;" "new -- KTM 2002-125SX,
38' r,-,,,H,"2 TT ,T ..; a 132'i.I f ,m ., r41 .) tr .,J,:', ",.:ind FORD 1989 6r r.r.,, I Ma be25 hours
-rrr i f Watersports 1 OUTDOOR PTIt O. n 'r.J pr r Call Kevin 352-279-2419
r I.... .. 1 I n?,--,PViii .i.j.31 FORD 1 ",' :i 'I ,, T I ,,
':i:. ..2 :l: SEADOOS 2 y.n .. hr u a', '. 'r n r iL., ,-.1 b .i' : MOTORCYCLES Wanted
39' 2_".'! U' '.'' ,r., ,,.d ,iT'r .arr 5 r": u 1n.i .3 .It 11 i .I a FORD 2 i.. E.'cu it .ST et Di Blt ikes
-d 6 T^.. oo00 G. F .r E ed r kpd.8OR6
1,S i,'. L wal L ,I .-ir,, n *. .- slrR' "s ,'harrt'al 3 c9 ,,, A 's. 'Also .buying
.- .E...'.OUTDOOR:-TRAG FORD "I'':- n'n-:r Ext. V '10 44.PWDL .''es wrecked .motorcycles.
ii I,-_" 500.' .'II' 1' ..... .... .r,t,'.,-r,',.* r- Cash paid. 813-924-6264
XA P .T- P1 4,Ji.. tru0l "v r u" 4 .J.i.,r' 4 WD 95K ruinriar oxird, 'A l I Ili
S '. t Ck&BUy '.'' "*'. :cur-.d lr. nr A .M Displayer 1 ( Golf Carts
M! o r toHomes / RVSJ) P C 5:,13. 17] tIi IF M i aet81.,'1S1 8 973-1412. '" Golf Carts
SMo0or HYomes /HvPsja d e- na" FORD 2002 .'Epedion, GOLF-CART-BATTERIES
WAVERUNNER YAMAHA Pasadena Yacht & CC. GMC 2000 Sierra ext cab, Eddie Baer, Be, New Recondition with new
23 1997 Born Free. VAO GP 1200 2002 2 seater, Deep water boat slips 6' bed with Jerrico high Tires & .Brakes, very battery warranty .
engine, twin beds, new exc cond, chameleon for sale/lease. 1st class top cap. White Beauty. Option $16,500 58K mi. Market Battery Inn.
tires & brakes. 4k en. paint, supercharged, amenities. Call A C stereo, new tires 727-89A-3624 81-267-7830t
loaded exc cond $27K racing details. Garage 727-381-7922 xt 12 $9900 obo 941-875-5016 2
Neg 845-304-3023 kept w/trlr & extras. FORD 2003 Excursion,
$500813-220-5653 BoatSupplies'&' GC 2000 Sierra, extend- 4x4 limited Ed, 54k mi, ATVs
'rtBoat&p Iile ed 2 door. Engine & A/C new tires, V10, leather
Accessories runs perfect, 68K miles. oWerpk, ood cond.,
( Boats 1 White color. $10,800 21k oo, 13-349-3533 .
24' 2004 Coachmen E BOATLIFT & cradle the obo. (813) 394-2602. Honda 2005 90 TRX.
ConcordMH Like New 13.' 1990 AQUA J finest a lum. hoatlift & 2002FORD 2003 Expedition $2000. 813-927-1414.
14Kmiowner BOATfish/ski,$2800. stainless hardware, 8- GMC 2002 Sierra 1500 Eddie Bauer,4WD
14Ky miade. 1 Aowner 0 1987 Kawasaki ZXI 24Klb, professional in- 4DR blk an it 48A soper k Most sell A
$53K (813) 240-516. o stall available (remote w/toer, exc. cond. $8r00g13-30- 6134 4 .wheelers (2)
$1,880. 813-841-0914 avail.). Pateco Manufac- new ires, dual exhaust, inl5uded $2/xallrailer
28' 1999 FOUR WINDS 15.' flatboat 70 horse turer, Inc. 727-397-8130 $18K obo 813-727-0990 inckded. $2500/al obo
cont, sleeps 6, like new, Evinrude, bimni top, LOTS ofnew, used d ( Trucks Heavy Duty)) Eddie Ba uer Et lo Automobiles Wanted)d-
only 25K m asking ng rebuilt en10gine and drive Lthr, Sunrf, New (Automobiles Wanted)
$30,00813-22-8309 arts. Inboard / Out-CHEVY 1995 CREW CAB Tires, Tow Pk
813-835-8124 board. $ave, save save! dually 4WD, 6.6L diesel, $15,900. 813-28-253 $$$ CASH $$$
28' Mallard Class C MH "2 813-850-5443 flat Ied new tires, el For Cars, rcks &
rear hbedrm, N/S, ve 1FT. 4" 2003 Gheenee, a best offer ick Buy Vans Any riceAn
clean, 5KV gen, roof A White,with 2003 T-TOPS ANODIZEDALUM $5500 or best offer.4797 r Time CALL ME IRS!An
micro, 57K awning .alvanized trailer. W/NEW CANVAS. 727-505-3882
$9700 obo 941-875-5016 Like new cond. $1,295. CUSTOMIZED to fit ANY CHEVY 2000 Silverado HONDA 2004 Element EX,
Call (813) 833-7486. BOAT $800 941-266-0903 1500 4x4 Ext Cab 102K 2WD shoreline mist CASH PAID For Cars
31.5' 2004 Gulfstream UI- miles Kevess entry (taupe) 39K mi. AM/FM Running or Not! We'll
tra, 12K mi, slide-out, 16 2' 2000 DURACRAFTm ColdA/C ewTires CD, $1500 come pick iot up!
sips 6,PLUS'00Chevy complete w/ 2000 4 YAMAHA 115HP 1985 $11,50013-767-8813-737-4781 Paymgalittle itmoreup
Bfazer, 92K mi. ve stroke Honda engine & Outboard 20". runs ex- '110 13-767-8810 Call Rob at 813-610-1535
good cond, fully loade trolling motor, has trlr cellent, can demo, mo- DODGE 1989 Box truck HUMMER 1993 HI. 4 dr s
PACKAGE L$72k .& is loaded w/many ex- tor onl. $1200 w/ M1995 dies en s d ard op, ies CTIS Cla Anti"ues)
obo. 765-860-6146 tras. $9995 352-796-8434 813-29-31278 1 99x.5 xc %, o 75k miles IoadeC MTi Classic &Antiques)
32' Southwind 1997 41K 17' Aquasort 1995, 2003 YAMAHA 2005 150TXRD tires. Runs great! s500 see! $29690ob60 7901 BUICK 1974 Apollo/Nova
mi. awn, slide gen Suzuki 6F 115 engine, SS prop, controls, oil 813-6 i-1181 #167110 350 Straight Body, Runs
Coan walk roun low hours, ctr console tank, 1 yr. mfg war FORD 2003 F-15 ext. cab, &Dr es tEasy R-
bed. &o much more extras. $8000. ty remaining. $7,350 4 dr, red, 8' bed w/cov-s60
$32K obo. 813-645-5877 813-333-2657 OBO. Call 813-293-5601 er warranty, exc. cond, 813-690-1
35' 2000 Holida Rambler 18' 2000 Regal Bowrider, f( Sailboats $fully loaded541 000 mi ISUZUct2001 EdVechicross4D BUICK 1989 Rivierra
Vacationer, A2000 mi fast tract ull, 40mph+, $19,900352 4-66 C 'lecors'. Ed, 4WD, 10 sunrooft all.power, low
lots of extras.2$ 500 very clean, low hrs, 27' 1978 Watkins SIp .4 yr 120k mi power train mileage 81K miles.
.0 1 owner,2 economical i nslop 4-Wheel Drive warr. OMy 2500 made. $i500
863-382-4675 $9995.s813-236-6200 $800 he0. Jib, eanmar 1 $22,500. 813-493-0519 813-671-1557
35' Class A 2005 Pursuit 18.' SEA RAY 1998, ood condition! 72- la JEEP 1994 Wr A JEEP1997 WRANGLER 4 CADILLAC 1985 Eldorado,
b Georie Boy. 2 135hp I/ No saltever. 6-0882 / 813-996-0839 tir w/rlnr rim lt cyl, 99K mi 4x4, Hunter Southwestern car, no
soidesh exe ras. Also: Exc cdn.very Ow rs. Ilaer 197 ofcTroe4 cyl, 102k Green w/Tan top, light rust, above average, EZ
tow dolly w/surge $7500obo. 8 diesel inhd good cond $ bar, fog lights, CD, restore not running
brakes &ext wran% 81316-16 diesel ni.good cod, $6900352 79 sound bar, Xtra bikini & $695. 813-996-0024.
rTampa.kes & ext warrantY. 813-416-1669 / m 10 rear top. $7,500 OBO.
Tampa. 517-605-3 19' Grady White w/ 200 813645-3159 dbudret [( Vans )] Call 813-843-7144 CHEVY 1947 Coupe
n r 3 C JE Gtampabayrrcor Streetrod. HP 327 auto
36' 2000 Bounder motor Johnson, 1988- @ tam P 00Street1 d. HP 327 auto
homejack, slide out tournament lowrider, 3 'S U N H B RO K CHEVY 2004 Astro Fully JEEP 2005 GRAND Silver 70CR CD, AM/FM. A/C.
home/D, jacks, slide out tournament bsorider, 30 UNNYB R K Loaded Rear AC, 5300 mi. V8, Ithr, sun Great car-must sell
camera l28 00 m runs -hand les greatW/ TO SE 2000 ike Seats, xc Cuohd, Dutch roof, all power,. $24K $14o000 obo
cam,0r2m 8- n doom ru handles g t itn New S ingle slide-out Doors' Alloys New OBO. Call 813-244-1092 (813 220-6541
$49,i900 352-53-821 tandem trailer. $6,000 asking $1.500 659-1959 Tires,' Will sell fast,
36' 2001 Bounder, V- OBO. 727-542-1562 Painting or remodeling? $11495. 727-710-0960 LEXUS 2001 RX 300 57000 CHEVY 1959 Pckup V
36'2001 Bounder, V-10 lo a Pa nting or remodeling? 2'n, Hdiu ua mi, 6 cyl 2WD, AM/FM automatic, SWB, PS/PB,
loaded, 21K mi. 20' 988 Aquasportr Need a tutor or piano CHRYSLER 2003 Town N radio plus cassette and Volarie frt sus, 9" Ford
Kexc. cond. ir owner 2hp Johnson, new rr, lessons? Turn to At Country EX Handicap 6 CD changer, ABS, A/C, rear end. Looks good,
65K. 352-797-3566 FFDF runs good, Your Service for a Van, 10" lowered fir. alarm, cruise driver runs ond. $14000. $31005obo. multitude of businesses Power wheelchair ramp and pass. airuag, qold '13-388-6o18
727-455-1986 and services that can 39K mi. 727-492-1608 ext w/tan leather int.,

y h / m nft20a 1998 Pro Sport 150HP DODGE 2000 Grand Cara- pwr seats, pwr win-' CONVERTIBLE3278
36 2002SouthwindV1O compass FF VHF 3 to suit the needs of van Handicap equipped dows,rear A/C, rear 17,500 (813)81143
pas, 20K mi., 2 soles, live wells & aldm trill- anyaoccasion. w/ramp. Drivers side winadefrost, always ga-
oas 20K mi 2 slides, iex or. 1O 401-8401- adj seat w/swivel, rsed raged, dealer service ev m
Oaded w/ extras, exc. er. $10K 813-401-8401 a ,r gas peoa, many nand e 5,000 documented
pets7cond5K d n-smrk exno r.0 1-4863-368-0 controls. 25K mL. $20K Beow book at $19,000. CHEVY 1968 Z2, 502 Cra-
pets K 863-3680359 2 10 0 A orto Cathy @ 813 641-1664 (813)634-7991 motobr onpd, wCor-k, center console, many ex- Wll When you read Classifieds You'll find value buys t cripesicm$l5 betora-
Keyword: CarSeeker r400, 96-1257ady it's HELLO... GOOD BUY! advertised in Classifieds. 813n'5750186/48.09257'

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( Classics & Antiques))
CHEVY 1992 SS454 auto,
AC, custom blk paint/
whis, all pwr, cd am/fm
bed cvr, low 3"/5" must
sell, $700 813-220-6541
CORVETTE 1977 Sting
Ray, 350 auto, t-tops,
PW, CD, AM/FM, new
yellow paint & new blk
int. Runs great! $14,500
obo. 813-220-6541
1967 327-350 very good
cond, $9500 obo. Must
sell; lost storage space.
ESSEX 1930 Challenger
Professional recent re-
storation. Magnificieht
art-deco style. $35Kobo

( le Buy

FORD 1966 Mustang 289
3spd, good paint no
.rust, new mags & tires.
12,000/obo Ad#1670529

YCHck &Bu.,

OLDS 1 ('- Cull,-. r--
built ',1. .r ": .ii.-,
with re.: ipt:, Hihi
Preformance Must SeTI
$3,500obo 813-309-2548
([ Junk Cars )

From $25 to $1,000
Now buyng Hondas
Call 727-364-5125
((Automobiles for Sale))
Police Impounds! Only
$500! For Listings & De-
tails Call 1-800-749-
8116, Ext. 7169
$400! Police Impounds!
For Listings Cal 1-800-
749-8116, Ext. 4880
AA Rated Donation Do-
nate Your Car, Boat or
Real Estate IRS Tax De-
ductible. Free Pick-
Up/Tow An Model/
Condition Help Under-
privileged Children
g 1-800-693-7911
ACURA 2004 RSX loaded,
black, black leather,
sunroof, 13,000 'miles,
automatic, like new
$19,900 813-908-8612
Audi 2001 A4
1.8T-AWD Manual 77K
Lthr, Pwr One owner
Exc. cond $12,000
^ hii^ ,.Lir.

BMW 2001 750 ILRare
Highline Seriesyblue
w/ivory Motivatedl Sell-
or. Mint condo; Warranty
S$33,500. 813-600-1536
BMW 2003 530i, prem.
pkg. sports pkg, leath-
er, Xenon, 42Kmi im--.,
.maculate eond, $28,000.
S813-949-1266 eves

BMWS25i, 2001, blk;
76,000 mi, auto,sprt
pkg, loaded, warr to
0 000 mils. new tires,
BUICK 1990 LeSabre
Lmtd, $900.
Call 813-654-0653
BUICK 1997 Riveria 79K,
loaded, & super-
charged. very good
cond. $5,395 813-920-
BUICK 1999 Century Cus-
tom, 40k miles, white,
AC, exc shape, power
windows & seats.
$5200. 813-416-4140.
CADILLAC '04 Seville SLS
33K mi, Heated seats,
XM radio, CD changer,
rear sensors, new tires.
$19,900 (813)987-6312
SPORT, 30,200 mi.
Blk/Grey intr, fully load-.
ed 27K mi GM warranty
CADILLAC 2005 DeVille
Diamond White, canvas
top, mnrf lux pkg 12K
mi. New $52K Must sell
$29 995 727-345-2114
Web ID# 1662141

CAMARO Z28 2000 76K
mi, auto, V8, loaded,
custom exhaust/intake,
$13,000 863-619-5476 or
863-398-1610 Lakeland
CHEVY 2005 Malibu Maxx
LS Loaded, auto, 1 own-
er, fact wnry, low miles.
Non-smkr. $12,900
CHRYSLER 2000 300M
Black, totally loaded,
exc cond 136K mi,
$4500obo. 813-951-6756
Web ID# 1675118

Buy it for $250 or less
in Super Savers.

((Automobiles for Sale))
CHRYSLER 2004 Sebring
LXI convertible, wht,
28K, Ithr, all pwr, exc.
cond. $14,750 obo 813-
215-6612 /907-3914eves.

COBRA Replica
1994 427 Shelby. $32,900
st place show winner.
500HP 813-731-0997
Web# 1669171


CORVETTE 1998 only
37,600 orig. owner mi.,
Pewter/BIR intr, $5,000
Ma a rims, Immaculate.
$20 813-961-6400
CORVETTE 2005 new
cherry red met, naviga-
tion, on-star, XMi radio,
and more. 6K miles,
$43K 813-259-1195

CORVETTE 2006 Z06,
505HP, black on black,
mint cond 2 LZ pkg.,
1700mi, $79,000 firm.
COVETTE 1998 Converti-
ble, silver/black, auto, 10
disc CD, chrome whls,
44k, exc cond $23,900.

DODGE.2004 Stratus 2dr,
burgandy, auto, black
inter, ps, w, cruise,
26k m Spoiler Asking
$9,900. 813-842-4000
FORD 1989 Crown Vic,
Grandpa's car,
69,000 miles provable,
$2200 4-
Ford 1994 Mustang GT.
5.0 Super charged.
S-Trim, Fast car. Over
$10K in upgrades. $10K
with supercharger, $7K
without. (813) 927-1414.
FORD 1995 Probe Load-
ed, 4 cyl, runs great,
good cond, N/S, AC
blows cold, new tires
$2900 obo 941-875-5016
1996 Taurus new tires,
runs good! $1000.
Call-(813) 624-5638.
HONDA 1994 Civic $500
MUST SELL! for listing
1-800-749-8167 ext C752

HONDA 1199 Odvsscy Ev
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$ S'"iu :,. ,,'. ,,2
SHONDA 1997 CR-V, 69k
mi, fully loaded, very
nice in &'out, $6600 obo.
Honda 2005 Civic Coope
VP, auto, A/C, black,
keyless entry, 27,700 mi,
rranty. $12400 obo.

HONDA 2005
Shadow 750.
Showroom Condition!!

HYUNDAI 2000 Tiburon
39,500 mi, 2 dr, 5-Sp,
leather spoiler & more,
n/s, Uxc. condition.
$7000 (352)592-2258
INFINITI 2001 i30, 110K
mi., loaded, extremely
clean car. $11,2000.
Call 813-299-6540
JAGUAR 1998 XJ8 bik
immac. cond., loaded,
sunroof, 82K, new tires
& brakes. Best Offer.
KIA 2003 Optima LX 44k
mi $8,400 4 door
aulo/cruise, ABS, 6 cyl,
AM/FM CD/cass, A/C,
cruise, airtas, pwr
locks & winosws 813-
995-9730 (585)738-4733

KIA 2005 Spectra Cruise
tilt, CD, keyless entry
24-32mpg, airags, pow-
er, tach, 60-40 split.
$11,300 813-546-3868
LEXUS 1995 ES 300 92K
private owner, loaded
with sunroof, great con-
dition. $6700 obo
LEXUS 2004 ES330
8.500 miles 4 doors)
fully loaded, auto
transmission, 6 cylin-
ders, leather, moon
roof, garage kept.
Like new/showroom
condition. $29,500
OBO. 813-385-4608
LINCOLN 1 9 9 3
TOWNCAR, mint cond.,
Ithr intr, fully loaded,
low miles runs great.
$1,800. 772-418-2911
LINCOLN 1996 Towncar.
Low miles, 1 owner,
leather & loaded.
$6900 BO.
Call (813) 469-1355


(Automobiles for Sale)]

MERCEDES 1996 107k
mi E320 107K SLVR/
NU $7950 784-8660
AMG sport package,
29K mi, keyless go.
phone, navigation, CD
actory warranty,
AC/heated seats, wooc
steering, every option
avail. Pristine cond! The
best of the best! Only
$64,900. 727-647-2177
MERCEDES 2004 E32(
Wagon! Elegant,
charcoal grey.
20K miles. $39,500.
Call (863) 687-8907.
exc. cond. fully loaded.
sunroof, Silver, Grey
Ithr interior. $18,900.
Call 813-504-2373
Spyder GT Convt.,
23K mi., Blue, garaged,
Ithr, whi locks, exc.
$16,500. 727-656-1762
ECLIPSE GS, 54K miles,
burgundy, great shape,
$8,400 or best offer.
MITSUBISHI 2000 Eclipse
GT 83040 mi,

NISSAN 1984 300ZX,
power everything,
needs work.
$800 obo
Don 493-4933
NISSAN 1990 300ZX, au.
to, cold A/C, new trans..
brakes & tires, red
AM/FM/6 cd change
$4750obo 813-654-7220
NISSAN 2003 Altima 1
owner extra clean, still
under factory warranty.
NISSAN 2004 Murano SL
31K, Black, CD, All pow.
er, excellent cond. Im.
maculate, Must sell
$24,900. 863-287-6580
OLDS 1996 88L55
Green, leather, runs
great, good factory
paint, 300 mi per tank
$2,200. 813-956-6904
PONTIAC 1967 Firebird.
sm block Chevy 35C
hydro, many new parts
$4500 obo. Serious inqui
ries only. Don 493-4933
PRIX, Burgandy, loaded.
sun roof, multi CD.
heated seats, 58K mi
$12,900. 813-671-0960
PORSCHE 1969 912 S73RS
Body, very, very nice.
many new parts, $6800.
St. Pete, Evenings
PORSCHE 1986 9Al,
wide body, red w/black
leather int, 145k mi, 5
spd, exc cond. Must
see! $19,900 obo'
#1671135 813-690-7901

PORSCHE 2005 Cayenne
S V8, 340hp, perfel
cond, 13K mi, loaded.
$74K new Askinc
$53,500 941-320-6115

REEFER Semi Trailers,
price negotiable
eave Message.
813-986-6358 -
SAAB 1999 9-3Turbo SE.
Beautiful silver conver.
like new, ext/int/mech.
warty carport kept 727-
804-7639 $11,995 Firm.
dr, Silver, 1 owner 161
mi., A/C, AM/FM/CD.
good cond. $12,00(
BO. (813)988-8467
V6, auto, A/C, nea
Paint, new tires, nea
brakes, all power.
$2,800obo 813-784-4857
2nd owner, new tires,
113K, nice condition!
Moving. Zephyrhills,
Call 239-777-3176.
66K mi., exc. cond., fully
loaded, leather seats,
garage kept. $12,950
Call 813-810-3275

TOYOTA 2005 Cam
11500 miles, 5 sp, AC
PW PL & Crs, CD Sell
for balance owed.
TOYOTA 2006 Scion, TG
7,500 mi, exc shape,
Metallic gray, auto, al
power, aloy wils
VW 2001 BEETLE, 4 cyl, E
spd, 1.8L turbo charged.
Green w/ graphics,73K
mi. $8,700.
Call (813)886-5709
VW 2004 Jetta, Exc.
cond. Auto, CD/Cass.
AM/FM, 4 dr.,'
AC, Pwr Win & Locks
$11,900..... 813-685-8715
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into cash with Classifieds.

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