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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE
THURSDAY, JULY 7, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA
Public works director
Kathy Burke leaves
her post after 16
years of service.
The city finds it will
have to do some cre-
ative budgeting this
year due to a $2 mil-
lion dollar shortfall.
A father-son duo
make the most
of their Alaskan
Get ready fo
off the page
the silver sc
The Tampa Tri
Two-year-old Ricky Sellers oohss" and "ahhs" along with some 6,500 other spectators during the fireworks show at the fourth annual Bill
Heard Chevrolet July Fourth Celebration Monday at the Plant City Stadium. More photos, Page 12.
FOCUS ON HISTORY
Worth 400,000 Words
The East Hillsborough Historical Society offers a look at 4
Plant City's past in two volumes of photo books. F T.
By TONY MARRERO
MILY LIVING firstname.lastname@example.org
PAGE 8 If a photo is worth a thousand words,
........ then two books recently released about
OPINION Plant City are the equivalent of a 400,000-
PAGE 6 word history book.
"Images of America: Plant City" came
out earlier this year; "Plant
WEDDINGS City In Vintage Postcards" "/We really
PAGE 9 was published last month.
The 128-page, soft-cover trying tO
WORSHIP books each contain some
200 photos showcasing a lot oft
PAGE 1I Plant City's past, going as t ontS th
far back as the late 19th
The East Hillsborough
Historical Society put that Mia
together the two volumes Orlan(
published by Arcadia Pub- O
lishing, which specializes in BARBIE LANGS
producing similar texts for Ardadia produce
StiC cities large and small. EHHS
e president Shelby Bender and member
r another Roberta Jordan co-edited both books.
cr another A book-signing event is scheduled for 5:
toleap 30 to 8 p.m. today in the 1914 Plant City
andonto High School Community Center to coin-
reem cide with a reception for Plant City artist
John Bri .',, whose final commission for
a* an Ocala church, "The Judgment of Solo-
rn mon." will be on display.
The books retail for $S19.99 each and will
be available for purchase at the reception.
Proceeds will help the society purchase
equipment and books for the Quintilla
Geer Bruton Archives Center, Bender
Bender and Jordan culled the center's
photo archives to select the collection of
photos in each book.
are "It was a lot of work,"
OCcus On Arcadia has a set for-
e small mula for putting the books
together, which helped,
It don't Bender said. But the pair
l was free to pick their
7 publicity chapter titles, and once
they did, choosing the
?i, Tampa photos was relatively easy.
to do. "We just asked, 'What is
Plant City history about,"
ON HALABY Bender said. "It's people,
on editor places and events."
"It was very efficient
and wasn't that hard because we didn't
have much of a difference of opinion,"
Jordan said. "It got addictive."
Chapter headings include "Plant City's
Beginnings," "Agriculture," "Families"
and "Historic Buildings."
The volumes give today's residents a
glimpse into the Plant City of yesterday,
See HISTORY, Page 19
TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Shelby Bender, right, president of the East Hills-
borough Historical Society, and society member
Roberta Jordan, hold the products of months of
work. The two books, "Images of America: Plant City"
and "Plant City in Vintage Postcards," contain a
combined total of roughly 400 photos.
', 2 TFIEOOAIER JULY 7,2005
City Staff Outlines Needs For 2005-06 Budget
WANTS OUTPACE RESOURCES,
CITY MANAGER SAYS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
In spite of projected increases from
escalating property tax revenue, the
city will face hard choices in the
coming year, officials said.
City Manager David Sollenberger
estimates an additional $2.5 million in
revenue is expected during the coming
year from ad valorum taxes alone. But
the additional income to the city will
fall almost $2.8 million short of the
revenues needed to finance city serv-
ices and expansion projects, Sollen-
A June 27 budget workshop city hall
was prompted by what Sollenberger
called a necessary jump start on the
budgetary process. Budget workshops
in the recent past have been called in
August, but a busy city agenda
responding to rapid growth issues
requires a change in that schedule.
"We are trying to get ahead of the
curve," Sollenberger told the city com-
missioners during the meeting. "Our
needs outpace our resources. That
forces us to place careful priorities on
Sollenberger said there was no word
from the state about the amount the
city will get as its share in state sales tax
revenue. That and other revenue,
including pending grant requests, will
eventually determine how much
money the city can spend in the
coming year. The city fiscal year runs
from Oct. 1 through Sept. 30.
"Managing growth will be a big part
of our priorities," Sollenberger said.
He is recommending the city add
several new positions to help handle
the expected increases in demand on
the city staff.
"We are presently interviewing
prospects for an assistant to the city
manager," Sollenberger said. "That
position will also require an adminis-
The new positions would help the
city monitor and manage growth and
development at a critical time in the
city's development, Sollenberger said.
The entire city budget and the creation
of additional staffing must first be
approved by the city commission.
Sollenberger also mentioned library
and infrastructure improvements, a
new fire station for the northeast side
of town, six new firefighter positions,
and the requests for additional hires
for the planning and zoning, parks and
recreation, building and engineering
"We will see a real need for addi-
tional personnel and expect to make
those changes," Sollenberger said. "I
would prefer that we wouldn't have to
make those additions, but it has to be
. Commissioner Bill Dodson won-
dered if the city has performed a recent
staffing analysis to evaluate the cur-
rent employee numbers. He rhetori-
cally asked if the usefulness of each
employee was being considered.
Fire Chief George Shiley itemized
needs in his department, over those
mentioned by Sollenberger. He is
looking to add four additional fire-
fighter positions and a new, $140,000
rescue vehicle. Shiley also seeks to
institute a plan that will elevate the
skill level of the fire rescue employees
to advance life support status by the
end of 2006.
Shiley responded to Dodson's
question regarding the financial viabil-
ity of the department's ambulance
service provided to area residents.
Shiley said the department is realizing
70 percent of its billing from individu-
als, insurance payouts and
See BUDGET, Page 17
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Kathy Burke Says Farewell To City Staff
Sen. Bill Nelson to host
town hall meeting
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, a
Democrat from Mel-
bourne, will host a town
hall meeting July 7 at 2:30
p.m. at City Hall, 302 W.
Nelson is expected to
speak on several issues,
including the threat to drill
for oil in the Gulf of
Mexico, then will take
questions and feedback on
any issues those in atten-,
dance would like to,
Beach volleyball tourney
-The Plant Ciry Family
YMCA will hold a beach
volleyball tournament July
9 beginning at 9 a.m. at
Mike Sansone Park, 1702
N. Park Road.
Teams of four will play
in the one-day tourna-
ment. YMCA membership
is not necessary. Cost is
$20 per team. Must be
high-school aged or older
Also, the Y will begin its
children's soccer league in
August for ages 3 to 12.
Call: Josh Kiper at the
Plant City YMCA for
Kids' Night Out
The Plant City Recrea-
tion and Parks Depart-
ment will host its monthly
Kids' Night Out luly 9 from
6 to 9 p.m.
This event for elemen-
tary-age children features
crafts, dinner, movies and
indoor and outdoor
games. Cost is $5 per child
at the door.
The Plant Ciry Chamber
of Commerce hosts the
Strawberry Classic Car
Show in downtown near
See CALENDAR, Page 17
PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR
MOVES TO PRIVATE SECTOR
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
No one is irreplaceable, but if there has
been a face on the engineering and pub-
lic works improvement done within Plant
City during the last decade many city
officials agree that face belongs to Kathy
Burke has been hired away from the
city by Post, Buckley, Schuh & Jernigan, a
worldwide engineering and consultant
group. The company also employs Randy
Larson, a former Plant City mayor and
Burke will be working in the compa-
ny's Tallahassee office. Her new duties
will consist of mentoring the youngest
members of the civil engineering group,
responsible for land development and
utilities, Burke said.
"We are losing a strong producer who
brought a vast knowledge to the city proj-
ects," said City Manager David Sollen-
berger. "Kathy is a fountain of knowledge
and information that we will be hard
pressed to replace."
Sanders Bush, the city's human
resources director, agreed.
"You can pick any topic within Kathy's'
department and she is extremely familiar
with it all. From A to Z she can give you
chapter and verse. Some things rise and
fall on the details," Bush said. "Kathy has
a breadth of knowledge and a command,
of all the details on even the most
Burke, 44, is a single mother of soon-to-
be first-grader Jeremy. She came to the
city with a civil engineering degree from
Georgia Tech. She earned a: master's
degree from the University of Souith Flor-
ida, and started as city engineer in 1992.
Burke was eventually given the responsi-
bility of overseeing the traffic, streets and
stormwater department. In 2000, she was
made the director of public works, and
continued to wear the city engineer hat
until Brett Gocka was hired as city engi-
neer last year.
Burke said she is happy .with. her
transition to the private sector, but with
"People who are truly happy don't
leave. In the private sector there is,
through means of compensation, a way
to award employees who show a high
level of participation," Burke said. "In a
municipality you don't always see that
same level of commitment or loyalty
coming back to you."
Burke, an admitted workaholic, said
she put in many hours beyond the normal
40 to help the city through some of its
most critical and complicated engi-
neering issues. She is responsible for
some $10 million in grant money being
funneled to the city through county, state
and federal agencies for improvements.
_Burke has been responsible for 180 city
employees, a $25 million annual budget,
"and all that goes with my job with the
city," Burke said. "PBS&J will provide me
more freedom, less stress and reduced
Not to mention more pay. Burke made
$82,035 annually with the city.
"The Tallahassee group provides serv-
ices primarily in the Panhandle area of
Florida," Burke .said. "But they also
include some work done in the Carib-
"My schedule will be flexible and my
travel limited to allow me to balance work
at the office and at home," she said.
Burke sold her house in Lakeland and
purchased a new home in the northeast-
ern part of Tallahassee. She closed on
both houses June 24, and had her furni-
ture moved into the Tallahassee home
the next day.
"When I first started with the city, the
engineering staff consisted of me, two
draftsmen and one inspector," Burke
said. "We spent $1 million on consultants
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ne dthe city
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has taken a
Burke left ths
city after 13
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3EORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
"Today we are a fuill-service engi-
neering department. We have an in-
house design group and have virtually
eliminated any need for consulting engi-
Burke rates the city's relocation of util-
ities on the Interstate 4 corridor as a
major effort during her stay with the city.
"That job required 26 permits, $2 mil-
lion, one engineer, one draftsman and
less than $5,000 in change orders for its
completion," she said.
Burke also rates the city stormwater
design changes that she helped to incor-
porate as a large contributor to the better-
ment of the city's infrastructure.
Burke was also on hand for the design
and construction of McCall Park and the
onew city hall.
McCall Park and the $6.2 million city
hall project are sore of the larger scale
work Burke is pleased with.
"McCall Park was the beginning of a
historic design concept that was devel-
oped and engineered in-house. We sur-
veyed the project and oversaw the
development. It was a beginning of the
historic streetscape concept that domini-
nates the historic downtown, and helps
define Plant City," she said. .
Sollenberger, Burke's boss for the past
two years and six months, agreed.
"Kathy's work as the project engineer
on the city hall project, her involvement
See FAREWELL, Page 17
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'Beauty' of a
Susan Miller, left, as
Miss Potts, Josh Mange
as Cogsworth, and
Maegan Ewing as Chip
. show off a few of the
elaborate costumes that
will be featured in Plant
production of Disney's
"Beauty and the Beast,"
which opens this
weekend. The group is
one of the first in the
state to do the show,
which only recently was
made available for use
by community theater
groups. The show Vruns
July 8-9, July 15-16 and
July 22-23 at 8 p.m. and
July 17 at 2 p.m. in the
auditorium of Hilkl
College's Plant City
campus, 1206 N. Park
'Road. Tickets are $10
for adults, $8 for
students and seniors 55
and older, and $7 for
PCE members. Group
sales are available in
tickets are available at
Hardee's Fashions, 1501
N. Wheeler St. Call:
TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
The following programs are
available at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St.
Toddler Time Tuesdays
at 9:30 a.m. for children 15
months to 2 1/2 years and
their caregivers. Books, fin-
gerplays, nursery rhymes and
songs make up the 20-minute
Story Time Tuesdays at
10:30 a.m. for children 2 1/2 to
5 years old who can sit by
themselves in a group. Stories,
music, games and reading
activities make up the .30-
.? Summer Guests, registra-
tion required: bookmaking
workshop, ages 6 to 14, July 13
and July 20 at 10 a.m.; feature
films, ages 5 to 14, July 13 and
July 20 at 2 p.m.; "Reptile Dis-
covery," ages 5 to 12, July 7 at
10:30 a.m.; puppet show:
"Sinabouda Lily," ages 5 to 12,
July 12 at 10 and 11 a.m. and 2
p.m.; and "Spotlight on
Youth," ages 5 to 12, July 21 at
Small Business Program
Series presented by the
Hillsborough County Small
Business Information Center,
"Marketing and Advertising
for Your Existing Business,"
July 30 from 10 a.m. to noon;
and "Financial Resources for
Your Small Business," July 30
from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Registra-
tion is required, call 914-4028.
The estimated value of per-
mitted building contracts
soared in June compared to
the same month last year,
according to records from the
Plant City Building Depart-
A total of 172 jobs permitted
last month were valued at $6.9
million, compared to 123 per-
mits issued in June of 2004
valued at about $1.5 million,
city records show.
In June, the city granted 16
permits for new single-family
residences valued at about
$100,000 each, compared with
only five issued last year with
about the same average value.
Alterations and repairs
amounted to 103 permits in
June, valued at just more than
$1 million. Last June, there
were 65 permits for alterations
issued, totaling $310,000.
New construction for three
commercial sites, valued at
$850,000, and one industrial
job estimated at $2.59 million
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Last year, in June, there were
no commercial or industrial
The industrial permit is for
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So far this year the city has
issued 988 construction per-
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Briggs Makes Last Brush
Stroke In Epic Storytelling
ON DISPLAY TONIGHT AT THE
1914 HIGH SCHOOL
With a final brush stroke last week,
John Briggs' epic adventure has come
to an end.
Briggs, a nationally known artist
who has made Plant City home since
1974, has completed his sixth and final
commission for Queen of Peace
Church in Ocala, "The Judgment of
The work will be on display tonight
at an artist's reception from 5:30 to 8
p.m. in the 1914 Plant City High School
Community Center, 605 N. Collins St.
Briggs has been working for several
years on the series, commissioned by
Queen of Peace pastor, the Rev. Patrick
Joseph Francis O'Doherty. Each paint-
ing captures an important moment in
the Old Testament. The paintings hang
on the soaring walls of the church's
Like the other five works in the-
series, "Solomon" is a massive painting
at 12-feet-by-21-feet. And as he did
with the others, Briggs, 56, made his.
way up and down a scaffolding count-
less times to complete the work.
The piece probably conveys the
most emotion of the six paintings, said
Briggs, whose wife, Betty, is a colum-
nist for The Courier.
"It's a dramatic event," he said.
"Usually, I don't have to do such pow-
erful emotions and expression in the
In the story, two prostitutes come to
King Solomon to settle a dispute. The
two lived in the same house and each
had a baby. One of the babies died
because its mother lay upon him in her
sleep. That mother switched the two
babies and when the other mother
awoke, she saw it wasn't her baby.
But the first mother still contended
the dead baby wasn't hers and that she
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Stadium Celebration Rings Red, White, Blue
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
You know you are a sentimental
redneck when some country tune like
Lee Greenwooa's "God Bless the
U.S.A.," played with fireworks exploding
overhead, can bring you to tears of joy.
What a country!
Plant City, the little country town that
time can't quite forget, but whose
hometown country folk want to slow
down to preserve that hometown flavor,
witnessed the biggest Independence
Day celebration display of fireworks set
off this side of the Alafia, bar none.
The promoters said it was the largest
fireworks show in the state. So who am I
to argue? One thing is for sure. It was a
On Monday at 5 p.m., the gates at
Plant City Stadium were opened and
people started filing in. Five hours later
about 7,000 people were back in their
cars, heading home, probably with red,
white and blue still in their eyes, and a
boom-boom-boom still ringing in their
My wife, Karen, and I walked in the
outfield grass at the stadium about 7:30,
some two hours before the fireworks
were scheduled to light up the sky. We
watched kids line up to take a turn on
some big rubber-band boomerang ride
that had them sailing through the air
like circus performers. Some other
adventurous children scaled a vertical
rock wall like veteran mountain climb-
ers. Little kids competed in a sack race,
where most of the sacks had a hole in
the bottom big enough for one foot to
work independently from the other.
There were enough Frisbees flying
around the outfield grass to keep
Whammo solvent for decades to come.
Amazingly, there wasn't a cloud in the
sky. The outfield grass was a little
spongy from the relentless rains we have
seen during the last month, but it was
still playable. The infield clay was dry as
a bone, and there wasn't a drop of rain
for miles around. Attending a stadium
event in the summertime without
getting soaked by a passing shower or a
lingering thunderstorm is highly
unusual in my experience.
I missed the 50/50 chance worth
more than $300 by about five numbers,
and some guy with a name like James or
Paul Brown won the 51-inch plasma TV
given away by the event's main sponsor,
Bill Heard Chevrolet. I saw the winner
making his way to the stadium platform
to claim his prize. He didn't look like the
James Brown or the Paul Brown that I
know. I hope they checked his ID.
There was a great mix of people
enjoying the show. Looking around at
the stadium seating, which was almost
full, you could see families of every size,
shape and color enjoying the festivities
and eagerly anticipating the coming
fireworks display. Little children carried
American flags on stage, representing
the armed services. The Plant City Fire-
Rescue Color Guard presented the
colors. Another group of kids recited the
Pledge of Allegiance, and Miss Heart of
Plant City 2005, Holly Stein, just return-
ing from a successful trip to Miami
where she competed in the Miss Florida
Pageant, sang "America the Beautiful."
Holly didn't come away with the title
in Miami, but she was a nonfinalist
award winner and received a nice
bundle of cash to help with her with
She sang two stanzas of the patriotic
standby. Most people know the first
stanza, so when Holly got distracted, or
lost her microphone power for a second,
at "crown thy good with brotherhood,"
she hesitated but the singers in the
crowd kept right on singing. Holly
picked it back up from there and sang
that second stanza perfectly.
. By the time the fireworks began, right
on cue at 9:30 p.m., the mistress of
ceremonies had thanked everyone who
had anything to do with putting on the
show. She went from platinum spon-
sors, to gold, silver, bronze, zinc, tin,
galvanized, wood, particle board and
papier-mache. No wonder I was almost
in tears. When the fireworks were lit and
Toby Keith's "Courtesy of the Red,
White and Blue" was mixed with explod-
ing flares going off overhead my emo-
tions finally vented.
Staring into the night, with our
nation's colors exploding above a
stadium filled with my neighbors and
fellow country men and women, I was
honestly overwhelmed by a feeling I
have often felt.
I am one of the lucky ones.
I am an American.
Thank you, Mom and Dad.
Thanks to all you defenders of
And thank God.
What a country.
George H. Newman is a reporter for
Continued From Page 5
hadn't made the switch. Tc
settle the matter, Solomor
orders one of his guards tc
slice the living baby in hal:
with the sword and give a hal:
to each mother.
The woman whose son wa,
alive pleaded for the king tc
spare her baby, saying she
would give him up if it mean
he could live. The womar
who killed her own baby said
"Cut him in two, neither yot
or I shall have him." This
tipped Solomon off and hc
ordered the baby be given tc
the rightful mother.
Briggs captures thl
moment when the guard i,
about to kill the baby.
"You have to hit the dra-
matic event when it is at it,
height," Briggs said.
Some of the characters ir
the work might seem familial
to residents. Local business-
man Ed Verner sat for Brigg,
as Solomon, and Betty Brigg,
posed for the mother of the
Among the other stories
Briggs captured for the church
include Moses descending
from Mt. Sinai with the Ter
Commandments, the prophet
Elijah riding up to heaven
and his most recent, and the
tale of Abraham and Isaac.
Briggs is expected to deliver
the painting next week. He
then plans to work on twc
pieces commissioned by the
First Methodist Church ol
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for a "Hawaiian Luau"
Come and share the love of Christ with
other Plant City singles.
This event is free
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8 THE COURIER JULY 7, 2005
An Alaskan Family Adventure
It started with a snowball
fight and ended with nuggets
of gold Jerry and Daniel
Brown's father/son Alaskan
adventure just got better and
better every day.
The Browns, of Plant City,
arrived in Anchorage, the
world's largest seaplane
basin, and slept like babies in
daylight (they arrived when
there are 20 hours of bright
light and four hours of dusk),
then headed to Denali
National Park, where Mt.
McKinley was visible
throughout the 187-mile
Daniel's first time seeing
snow was just too tempting,
and a few snowball fights later
they were back on the road
and climbing a mountain
goat trail to a restaurant
overlooking McKinley. They
went river rafting to prove
they were not "greenhorns,"
though they said it was sheer
terror in class 4 to 5 rapids,
then hiked to a ranger's
remote mountain emergency
cabin fully stocked with
In Talkeetna, a take off
point for mountain climbers,
they spent the night in an
igloo-teepee hotel and
enjoyed the company of
climbers, guides and sherpas.
Salmon fishing season
opened on June 11 at 8 a.m.
and at 8:01 they were on the
river with a guide. In less than
20 minutes, Daniel landed a
king that weighed 21 pounds.
Dad was sure proud 10-
year-old Daniel had caught
the first king salmon of the
2005 season on the Kenai
Thirty minutes later, Daniel
landed a 23-pound king. If
that wasn't enough, a nearby
film crew caught the whole
event on camera and Larry
Czonka Wilderness Alaska
Productions plans to air the
footage sometime this month.
Father and son reluctantly
Daniel shows off his second
big catch of the day, a 23-
pound king salmon caught on
the Kenai River.
Photos courtesy Jerry Brown
Daniel Brown, 10, takes in the views at the Alyaska Ski Resort during a father-son trip to Alaska-
with his dad, Jerry Brown. It was the first time Daniel saw snow.
left Soldotna and the hospi-
tality of friends, Ralph and
Wendy Meloon, Who own a
hotel overlooking the Kewai
River, and about 50 miles
north, Daniel discovered gold
- yes, small but real gold
nuggets from a working mine.
Whales, glaciers, snow-
boarders, a cute young
paraglider, who let Daniel
wear her headgear and
parachute, and delicious
Alaskan king crab all helped
to make this adventure one
for the books. "We were in
heaven!" Jerry says.
What did young Daniel
Brown think of the trip? His
smiles said it all, but he did
say, "Dad, only God could
make something so neat!"
Father and son live in
Walden Lake where Daniel's
catch arrived home the day
after they did all vacuumed
packed by a fish processor.
Jerry teaches an adult Sunday
school class at First Baptist in
Sink or swim
Jim Redman's granddaugh-
ter, Katie Bowden, is
continuing her mom's
tradition of teaching young-
sters to swim.
I was sure my 4-year old
grandson, Rob, would take to
the water like a duck, and
sure enough, he did. Not that
he didn't shed a few tears at
first, but he is now jumping
off the diving board and
swimming thanks to Katie.
I am awfully relieved for
the last time I took him
swimming, he swallowed
enough water to make a
pitcher and said, "Grammy,
my ear is turned off."
A lot of Plant City young-
sters can thank Jim Redman's
daughters (and now his
granddaughter) for teaching
them how to swim.
Class reunions and more
Edith Seiver Smith, a
descendant of the Whitehurst
family, tells me that high
school reunion dates are a bit
confusing (because some of
the classes were small and
now celebrate together).
Willard Whitehurst was
attending the 1937/38 PCHS
class reunion because his
wife, Vera, was a member of
the 1937 class, and not
because Willard was. The '37
and '38 classes have a
monthly luncheon get-
together, and Willard was
celebrating his 91st birthday
on that occasion.
Family fish stories
The sixth annual Hinson
family reunion and fishing
tournament was held on July
4 at the home of Sally Hinson
Boshell on Palm Creek, a
spring-fed lagoon off the Mud
and Weeki Wachee rivers.
Team "Mohawk" (named
for a hair-cut misfortune),
took first place and the prize
money. Team members were
Andy Bender, Kirby Soar and
Hendon "Mohawk" Boshell.
Jami Bender and Sasha
Logue caught more than 60
Jerry and Daniel pause in
front of the scenic vistas
around the Aylaska Hotel, one
of Alaska's five-star resorts.
crabs and made up the "Blow
Boat" team along with guides
a.k.a. husbands Matt and
Sam. We won't mention the
other boat's occupants as
their boat got "skunked" no
Some family members
didn't participate in this high
pressure competition. "If you
can't swim with the big fish,
stay on the dock," is the
Hinson Family tournament
I hope your plans tonight
include dropping by the 1914
Plant City High School
Community Center to see the
"Judgment of Solomon" and
the two new Plant City history
books. The reception is from
5:30 to 8 p.m. I'll see you
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PCHS class of '85
The Plant City High
School class of 1985 will
host its 20th reunion July
22-23 at the Ramada Inn
Plantation House, 2011 N.
Classmates should call
874-9967 or visit reun-
The Plant City Kiwanis
Club meets Wednesdays at
noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St.
Call: Ken Gibbs, 752-
Strawberry Singles Club
invites singles to a dance
Friday from 8 p.m. to
midnight at the Stardust
Dance Center in Plant City
Plaza, 1401 Collins St. The
cost is $5 for members, $7
Call: 647-5754 or 653-
The Plant City Civitan
Club meets the first and
third Thursday of every
month at 6:45 a.m. at Kris-
tii's Restaurant, 110 E. Rey-
Call: Pat Pogue, 754-
Home and Community
The Hillsborough Asso-
ciation for Home arid
HCE partners with the
Extension Service to better
serve Hillsborough County
residents and host the
adult Neighborhood Vil-
lage competition at the
Strawberry Festival, make
"ouch" dolls to give to chil-
dren receiving medical
care, make baby quilts and
neonatal caps, and provide
scholarships to 4-H mem-
Clubs are active in
Temple Terrace, Ruskin,
Plant City and Riverview.
Call: Lisa Leslie, 744-
5519, Ext. 143.
The Florida A&M Uni-
versity National Alumni
Association's Plant City
chapter meets every fourth
Monday at 6:30 p.m. at
Mount Moriah Missionary
Baptist Church, 911 E.
Call: Bea Crowell, 752-
PCHS Class of '51
The Plant City High
School Class of 1951 meets
the second Tuesday of the
month at the Orange Blos-
som Tea Room, 106 S.
Turkey Creek Class of'55
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1955 meets
the fourth Thursday of the
month at 8:30 a.m. for
breakfast at BuddyFred-
dys, 1101 Goldfinch Drive.
JULY 7, 2005 THE COURIER 9
Jennifer and John Gunter
John L. Gunter and lennifer M.
Adams were married lune 11 at 2
p.m. at Bible Baptist Church.
The bride is the daughter of
Steve and JoAnn Adams. The
groom is the son of Tracey and
Tammy Irey and the grandson of
Ron and Pat Highsmith.
The double-ring ceremony was
performed by the Rev. Seth Bourn.
The bride was given away by her
Pianist was Andrea Bourn.
Maid of honor was Amanda Fal-
ardo, friend of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Mary Ann
Holdren, niece of the bride, and
Lillian ArtyamsoaJ, sister of the
The groom was attended by best
man Anuwat Artyamsoal. brother
of the groom, and groomsmen
Shawn Beasley and Josh Robinson.
Flower girl was Amanda Hold-
ren, niece of the bride.
Ushers were Craig Adams,
brother of the bride, and Russell
Holdren, brother of the groom.
The reception followed the cere-
mony at Ahava Baptist Church.
The bride is a homemaker and a
2003 graduate of Durant High
The groom is in the U.S. Navy
stationed in Guam. where the
couple currently reside.
Harwell 90th birthday
Lucille S. Harwell will celebrate her
90th birthday July 10 from 2 to 4 p.m.
in the fellowship hall of Lebanon Bapt-
ist Church, 110 Forbes Road. Friends
and well-wishers are welcome to the
party hosted by Lucille's children and
Lucille was born July 11, 1915, to
Ethel and Ulysus Sinquefield. She
moved to Plant City as a young girl and
attended local schools.
Lucille met and married Robert W.
Harwell and lived in the Harwell fami-
ly's log home built in 1904 on U.S. 92
just west of the city limits. The couple
have three children, Bobbie Jean, Jim
The family later built their own
Donald and Inez
home on the same property. The log
house stood until last year, when it
was destroyed by Hurricane Jeanne.
The family is considering
erecting a smokehouse
p in its place using the sal-
.l .".' vaged logs.
Robert and Lucille cel-
ebrated their 50th wed-
ding anniversary in 1984.
Robert died in 1986.
Harwell Lucille has been a
Harwell member of Lebanon
Baptist Church for nearly 50 years,
serving as clerk for 23 years, as Sunday
school clerk for 20 years, and later as
Sunday school director. She also
served as a PTA president.
Lucille's first grandson, the late
Thomas 50th anniversary
Donald and Inez Thomas celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary June 25 at home
with their children.
They were married June 17, 1955, in Spring-
Both Donald and the former Inez Alderman
were born in Plant City and are lifelong resi-
James Jr., was her pride and joy, family
members said. Her other two grand-
children are Kelli McNair and Adam
Brown. Lucille also has six great-
Lucille is still very active, driving to
church each Sunday and picking up
her 85-year-old sister, Mattie Lou
Futch, on the way. The pair also do
their shopping and go to the beauty
Lucille keeps her home and hosts
her family once a week with a home-
cooked meal. She also enjoys eating
out with Jim and his wife, Jennie.
"Mama has more energy than I do,"
Jennie Harwell said. "It's hard to keep
up with her."
Billy and Laural Williams of Plant City
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Kacy Lyne Williams, to William
Andrew Richardson. He is the son of Billy
and Carrie Richardson of Plant City.
The bride-elect is a graduate of Plant City
High School and is currently enrolled in
Hillsborough Community College's nursing
The prospective groom is a graduate of
Plant City High School and is a student at
Hillsborough Community College. He is
employed by D&K Farms.
A Dec. 30 wedding is planned at 6 p.m. at
St. Peter's Episcopal Church, followed by a
reception at Walden Lake Golf and Country
Kacy Williams and William
dents. Donald is retired from IMC.
They attend First Baptist Church of Plant
They have two sons, Jeff and Bill, both of
Plant City; a daughter, Linda Chestnut of Mul-
berry; five grandchildren; and two great-
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Alafia Church Road in Lithia,
will host Trevor Thomas
Drama Ministries July 29 at 7
p.m. A freewill offering will be
Call: Patti, 684-0081 or 695-
Plant City Community
Church of the Nazarene, 2402
Mud Lake Road, will offer "J-
Force: Discovering the
Ultimate Truth," each
Wednesday through Aug. 8
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The school
is for all ages. There will be
Bible study, games, crafts,
music and refreshments.
Admission is free. Call: 752-
offers pre-k program
The Evangelical Presby-
terian Church of Plant City,
1107 Charlie Griffin Road, will
be among the first institutions
in Plant City to participate in
the state of Florida's universal
pre-kindergarten program for
The program begins Aug. 1,
and registration runs up to
that date. For information,
call the church, 759-9383.
Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W. Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages on Sundays
at 9 a.m.; Sunday worship
services at 10:15 a.m. and 6
p.m.; and Wednesday night
worship at 6:15. Activities for
children and students start at
Continued From Page 11
Shelly J. Tomlinson, 67, of
Dover died June 25.
She was born in South Bay
and was a homemaker.
She is survived by two sons,
Joe and Gerald, both of Dover;
two daughters, Kathy Gard-
ner and Judi Leach, both of
Lakeland; a brother, Donald
Gay of Lakeland; four sisters,
Joyce Jaudon and Earline
Davis, both of Dover, Janiece
Barfield Gay of Plant City and
Myrtice Childers of Alabama;
and four grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.
Kimberly M. Waters, 25, of
Plant City died June 28.
She was born in Lakeland
and was a lifelong resident of
She was a teacher's aide at
J.S. Robinson Elementary
She is survived by her par-
ents, Darrell and Jackie of
Plant City; two brothers,
Kevin Waters and Larry Ryp-
kema, both of Plant City; her
Thelma G. Waters of Plant
City; her maternal grandpar-
ents, James "Sonny" and
Betty Jones of Plant City; and
her maternal great-grandfa-
ther, Herman Prosch of Plant
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Say you saw it in
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sports physical to local athletes. Please arrive during your
team's scheduled time to pay your team's representative.
The cost will be $10-$12, depending on your team.
July 7, 5:30-9pm
Medical Arts Center
1601 W. Timberlane Drive
Plant City, FL 33566
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(No sports, Head Start or day-care
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July 11, 6-8pm (recertification only)
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This six-week course prepares you
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labor and delivery. It covers
emotional issues, relaxation and
breathing exercises, and feeding
and caring for your new baby.
The sixth class contains information
previously given out during our
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June 30-Aug 4, 7-9pm
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14 THE COURIER JULY 7, 2005
After Trial By Fire, Buzbee Back In Comfortable Quarters
BAKER STREET STORE
By TONY MARERO
After months of practicing
law from a very tight squeeze,
Plant City attorney Jim Buzbee
and his staff have settled into a
newly renovated space at 304
E. Baker St.
It took a trial by fire to get to
there, but it was worth it, they
"We're ready," said Buz-
bee's office manager April
Taylor. "It's a fresh start."
Buzbee's practice was one
of six businesses destroyed
Feb. 21 by a massive fire on
South Collins Street in the
city's historic district. The
attorney, who grew up in
Tampa, has been practicing in
Plant City since 1972 and
moved to the Collins Street
building two years later.
Buzbee renovated the 1,900-
square-foot space about five
Buzbee, who offers counsel-
ing in family, criminal and
personal injury law, as well as
probate and wills, said the fire
caused roughly $24,000 of
"And .we still don't know
what our lost income is yet,"
But as he recently sat behind
a new. large desk of dark wood
in his spacious office that
TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Jim Buzbee stands in front of his new office at 304 E. Baker St. with office manager April Taylor,
center, and paralegal Shelly Tingler. Buzbee says his loyal staff and help from friends and fellow
attorneys helped him make it through the last four months after fire destroyed his former office
on Collins Street.
smelled of fresh paint, Buzbee
said his new start is due in
large part to the support from
many people who rallied to
help get him practicing again.
"I want to thank everyone in
the legal community and the
general community for .the
sympathy, the assistance and
the offers of assistance,"
Several local attorneys pro-
Nided legal volumes and other
resources; people also helped
Buzbee and staff relocate to
the new space.
Perhaps the biggest contri-
bution, Buzbee said, came
from fellow Plant City attorney
Jamey Moody, who offered a
temporary space in the Young
and Moody Building on Rey-
nolds Street. That allowed
Buzbee to keep his practice
going after the fire while he
searched for a permanent
"We want to make sure
everyone understands how
much we appreciate them
making the building available
to us," Buzbee said.
It was close quarters,
though: Buzbee and his five
employees three full-time,
two part-time shared an 11-
"We didn't kill each other,
so it wasn't all bad," joked
Shelly Tingler, a full-time par-
alegal who started with Buzbee
in November. Tingler now has
her own office.
Plant City's tight
commercial real estate market
also was an obstacle, but
Buzbee finally found the Baker
Street location, a former retail
space adjacent to J & G Jewel-
ers. He converted the open
floor plan into four offices,
with a reception area, confer-
ence room and break room.
Buzbee said his staff proba-
bly deserves the most credit.
"They've been loyal and
helpful and adaptable and
whatever else you can ask of
people," he said.
Buzbee said he expected to
remain in the building "for the
foreseeable future," but added
he has another, longer-term
goal in mind.
"We're hoping to get into a
free-standing building with a
partner," he said.
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County's Criminal Investigations It
Unit Tracks Habitual Offenders -
By SCOTT E. RUPP
For them, it's a habit harder
to break than biting their
Habitual criminals are
those that have made a career
in crime, though technically
they are defined as such only
after they have been collared
for three felonies, after which
they must register themselves
much like sexual offenders in
And because statistics have
proven that about 80 percent
of crime is committed by the
same 6 percent of people,
Sheriff David Gee decided,
when he took office six
months ago, that the county
needed a unit to curb those
The Criminal Intelligence
Unit is made up of five detec-
tives who, along with their
other duties, track habitual
criminals and their "work."
In the 14 contiguous coun-
ty's surrounding the Tampa
Bay area and the Interstate 4
corridor to the east coast,
there are about 50,000 habit-
ual offenders on a list the
sheriffs office must keep an
added eye on.
Each time someone on the
list is made contact with,
usually through an arrest of
some kind, Maj. Gene Stokes
of Special Operations said the
person is flagged for future
"We have had 250 arrests a
month with people on that
list," Stokes said, with about
1,200 new people being added
to it a month. "Over time it
will definitely continue to,.
The program, the first of its
kind in the state, officially
began March 14, and since
that time, the District II unit,
which covers the northeastern
portion of the county, has
contacted 541 habitual felons
on 1,655 cases. Eventually,
those involved in its operation,
will lead to enhanced prose-
cution of the career criminals.
on the list and will get greater
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McCall Park on- the third Sat-
urday of every month from 4
to 9 p.m.
The next show will be July
Unity in the Community, a
fundraising group whose
mission is to help feed Plant
City's needy, offers food
during the Bike Fest and
Strawberry Classic Car Show
at the Plant City Community
Bingo Hall, 105 Arden MaysI
Blvd., from 5 to 9 p.m. r
The group sells hot dogs,
Polish sausage, chips, cookies,
cakes and pie, and coffee, soda
The next sale will be during
the July 16 car show.
,South Florida Baptist
Hospital and the Back-to-
School Coalition of Hills-
borough County will offer free
back-to-school physical for
first-time Florida students in
grades kindergarten to 12 and
free immunizations for chil-
dren age infant to 18 on July 16
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Med-
ical Arts Center, 1601 W. Tim-
There will be free shots and
school physical. Screenings
include, vision, blood pres-
sure, urinalysis, hematocrit
and height/weight. No sports,
Head Start or daycare physi-
cals will be offered. Parents
should bring current shot
records for their kids.
Registration required, call
Putnam's rep to
A caseworker from the office
of U.S. Rep. Adam Putnam will
be available to meet with con-
stituents of the 12th
Congressional District July 20
from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St. in Plant City.
Constituents who are expe-
riencing problems with Social
Security, Medicare, Veteran's
Affairs or other federal agen-
cies may meet with the case-
worker. Bring any written
information or documenta-
tion that will allow the case-
worker tb provide assistance.
Others who wish to express
their views on any national
issues are also encouraged to
meet with the caseworker.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of
Tampa Bay Inc. will host a
drive for parents to sign up
their kids for the upcoming
school year on July 21 from 5
to 7 p.m. at the West Plant City
Boys & Girls Club, 901 S.
Each child will receive a
book bag and school supplies
for the upcoming school year.
Call: Sharon Moody, 707-
Kids fishing derby
The Plant City Recreation
and- Parks Department will
hold its Fishing Derby July23
attheRandd Lar.;on Four-Plex.
Registration is at 8 a.m., with
fishing from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Age groups are 6-10 and 11-
Contestants can pre-regis-
ter online at
For information, call 757-
SThie Uniry in Plant City
Communities Back to School
Expo 2005 is set for July 23
from noon to 7 p.m. at Snow-
den Park, 901 Waller St.
For more information, or to
find out how to join the plan-
ning team, call 478-0246 or
Bereaved Parents of the USA
will host a bereaved parents
support group at South Flor-
ida Baptist Hospital, 301 N.
Alexander St., on the fourth
Thursday of the month at 7
The next meeting will be
There will time for mothers
and fathers to share together
Call: Beth Tancredo, 393-
6577; or Anita Pippin, 362-
Plant City High
Plant City High School, 1
Raider Place, will hold
cheerleadinig trNouts Aug. 1
from 3:15 to 5 p.m. in die
school's mall area.
Registration will be held
July 28-29 from 4-to 5:30 p.m.
and Aug. 1-2, from 5 to 5:30
p.m. All paperwork is now
available in the school's main
For information, 757-9370.
Back to school bash
Transforming Life Minis-
tries, 3805 Turkey Creek Road,
is hosting a back to school
event July 30 from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. The free event includes
food, water games, haircuts,
health-checkups, moon walk,
and backpack and school sup-
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce hosts
its Bike Fest the first Saturday
of every month from 5 to 9
p.m. in and around McCall
Park, 100 N. Collins St.
The next fest will be Aug. 6.
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City officials presented Kathy Burke, center, with a picture/plaque of the new city hall, a project
she was instrumental in while she was the city engineer. Pictured with her are City Attorney Ken
Buchman, left, City Commissioner Rick Lott, former mayor and commissioner Mike Sparkman,
City Manager Dave Sollenberger, Mayor/City Commissioner John Dicks, Police Chief Bill McDaniel
and City Commissioner Bill Dodson.
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on the library parking lot and
drainage system, and the
McCall Park and Mahoney,
Street projects will remain a
lasting reminder of her work,"
Bush said finding a replace-
ment will be a tall order.
-"Kathy is a people oriented
mahag~er." Bush said. "She
takes great interest in the peo-
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"Although Medicaid and
Medicare do not pay the full
rate charged by us for services,
we consider those payments
paid in full," Shiley said.
He could not tell Dodson
what the actual pay percent-
age is when those shortfalls
are figured into the ratio.
Commissioner Rick Lott
noticed there was no request
from the building department
for additional code enforce-
ment officers. Department
director Jesse Carr said that
while the city needed addi-.
tional code enforcement offi-
cers, he felt the department
needs additional building
inspectors more to face the
expected boom in residential
and commercial development.
The city has five building
inspectors, and Carr is asking
for two more.
The police department
seeks to add 10 newvehicles to
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obviously very difficult to do.
All we can do is find someone
with comparable skills and
build on that."
Burke was treated to several
dinners, luncheons and staff
parties prior to her last official
the fleet, replacing the oldest
cruisers. The department is
also asking for six new patrol
officer positions, raising the
number of uniformed officers
in the department to 80.
Police Chief Bill McDaniel,
responding to questions from
Commissioner Robert Brown,
said the number of officers in
the city should be about 2.3 for
each 1,00.0 residents.
"A total of 80 uniformed
officers would put us on the
low end of the U.S. Depart-
ment of Justice guidelines for
pickup, traffic and road resur-
facing were also touched on
during the workshop.
"We are facing some tough
choices during this budget
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When asked to comment
several city commissioners,
and former city officials
including Mike Sparkman and
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Burke may have been strong
willed at times, but she always
had what was best for Plant
City at heart.
cycle," Sollenberger said. "We
are not thrilled with where we
are. But we are where we are,
and we will have to deal with
Another meeting is sched-
uled for July 11 on how the
Districts could be used as a
means to finance subdivision
and operations. That work-
shop will be at 4 p.m. at city
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Photos courtesy Shelby Bender
Ed Henry and
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when the streets downtown turned to mud after a
heavy rain; when the city's first mail carrier traversed
his route with a horse and buggy; and when women
and children wore bonnets while picking strawber-
ries in the family's fields.
The publications are more than just picture books
under each photo is a detailed caption.
Plant City was a prime candidate for Arcadia's
series on Florida towns and cities, said Arcadia pro-
duction editor Barbie Langston Halaby, who worked
with Bender and Jordan on the two books.
"We really are trying to focus on a lot of the small
towns that don't get the big publicity that Miami,
Tampa or Orlando do," Halaby said, adding that
Plant City "certainly does stand alone as an impor-
tant place in history."
Halaby said she was impressed with the selection
of photos available for the books. Bender said she
was amazed at how the company was able to
improve the quality of many of the photos that
wound up in the glossy volumes.
While many of the photos likely predate many
Plant City residents, other, more recent shots will
There are shots of the old city hall,
with its stately Georgian architec-
ture that influenced the design of
the current city hall, and photos of
S. the Hotel Plant, which opened in
V 1926 but was later demolished. In
another photo, a crowd bustles out-
side of the Capitol Theater on Rey-
nolds Street, which operated until
But Bender said her favorite photo
is one of the first in the "Images"
book. It shows Quintilla Geer Bruton
and Virginia Jordan Hall in the early
days of the archives center that would later bear Bru-
ton's name. The pair are pouring over books in what
was then a sparsely-equipped center.
Today, the center, housed in the basement of the
1914 high school, boasts 4,000 books and census
records, newspapers, CD-ROMS, family histories
and, of course, historic photographs.
Bender said she kept Bruton and Hull in mind
during the project.
"Those two women started with the vision of this
facility, what it could do and where it could go, and
that's what Roberta and I tried to honor," she said.
For more information on the East Hillsborough
Historical Society or the two books, call 757-9226.
Plant City High School's class of 1915 pose for a class photo on the north side of what
was then a brand new building and what is now known as the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center at 605 N. Collins St.
This photo taken in 1907 shows the "Vegetable Train" which ran between Turkey
Creek and Palmetto, picking up product from farmers along the route. A train man
rode in front of the train using a broom to keep the tracks free of gravel and other
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'Beauty and the Beast'
Plant City Entertainment Inc. will pres-
ent "Beauty and the Beast" July 8-9, July
15-16, July 22-23 at 8 p.m. and July 17 at 2
p.m. in the auditorium of Hillsborough
Community College's Plant City campus,
1206 N. Park Road.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for stu-
dents and seniors 55 and older, and $7 for
PCE members. Group sales available in
advance. Advance tickets available at
Hardee's Fashions, 1501 N. Wheeler St.
Patriotic art on display
The UPS Store has partnered with Ms.
Cherie's Art Studio to sponsor "Proud to
be an American, a 4th of July Celebration"
Some 30 youngsters ages 5 to 17 are
participating. All entries will be on display
at The UPS Store, 117 W. Alexander St.,
through July 11.
The first-place winner in each category
will have an opportunity to design
another patriotic box, which will be filled
with donated items and shipped by The
UPS Store to military personnel serving
overseas. Each participant is encouraged
to make a donation of personal items,
such as shampoo, toothpaste and candy.
All donated items will be ificluded in the
package sent to the troops.
Commonly requested items include
shampoo, deodorant and non-perishable
Nominations sought for
Agricultural Hall of Fame
Nominations are now being accepted
for candidates to the Florida Agricultural
Hall of Fame in 2006. The deadline for
submissions is Sept. 1.
The Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame
was created to honor Florida's agricul-
tural pioneers and leaders.
Anyone can submit a nomination on
behalf of a candidate, however, all nomi-
nation forms must be completed as spec-
ified in the instructions.
The nominees, chosen by an indepen-
dent panel of judges, will be announced
later this year. The induction ceremony
will take place during the 28th annual
Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame banquet
and awards ceremony at the Florida State
Fair in February.
Nomination forms may be requested
by calling 628-4551, or by writing: Chair-
man, Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame
Foundation, 4508 Oak Fair Blvd., Suite
290, Tampa, FL 33610. Nomination forms
are also available online at www.flagha-
Consumer complaints answered
The Hillsborough County State Attor-
ney's Office has opened a consumer
protection agency in Plant City. Consum-
ers can schedule appointments to speak
with an investigator about their com-
plaints on the second and fourth Friday of
each month beginning July 8.
Agency representatives can assist in
investigating, mediating and sometimes
referring complaints regarding unfair,
deceptive and criminal acts and practices
by businesses and individuals posing as a
Appointments are at the Plant City
Courthouse, State Attorney's Office, 302
N. Michigan Ave., Room 10. Call: Hills-
borough County Consumer Protection
The Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department's Planteen Recreation
Center, 301 Dort St., offers the following
schedule of activities
# 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., Senior Aerobics* -
low-impact aerobics. All ages and ability
levels welcome. Free. Call: Clarice, 752-
9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Strawberry Rug
Hookers The club members gather to
share instruction and fellowship while
they rug hook. The cost is $25 annually.
Meet from Septembet to May. Call: Joyce,
6 to 7 p.m.,'Jazzercise* dance fitness
program. Each 60-minute class offers a
blend of jazz dance and exercise science
choreographed to music, including Top
40, jazz, country, funk and classics. The
cost is $30 per month. Call: Donna, 986-
7 to 9 p.m., hip-hop/break dancing -
beginning-level break dancing classes
and more. $20 registration for both pop-
ping and beginning break dancing, $8 per
class or $12 for both in the same night.
First night is free with registration. Call:
612-9485; or e-mail tt2infobeginners@h-
7:30 to 10 p.m., country line dancing
- for beginners or those who would like to
polish what they know. Children and
adults welcome. Call: Donna, 986-2820.
$3 per class.
9 a.m. to noon, ceramics bring in
green ware or bisque, and paints and
learn how to clean, paint and fire your
work. No cost for instruction.
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. home school
co-op. Call: Andrea, 737-1648.
Noon to 2 p.m., bridge lessons build
or strengthen bridge skills. All levels are
welcome. Call: Tom, 752-7905.
5:30 to 8:30 p.m., tae kwon do martial
arts instruction stressing self-discipline,
self-defense, confidence and fitness. Call:
Steve or Crystal, 737-3872.
6 to 7 p.m., Jazzercise*
8:30 to 9:30 a.m., senior aerobics*
10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Berry Patch Quilters
- Join the group for quilting and needle
arts. Fee is $20, pro-rated quarterly. Call:
752-0679 or 707-5720.
7 to 9 p.m., AA* -women's book study
3:30 to 7:30 p.m., Patrick's Patriots
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7 to 9 p.m., Strawberry Stitchers* The
volunteer group makes teddy bears for
children at South Florida Baptist Hospital
and lap blankets for nursing homes. Call:
7:15 to 9 p.m., Habitat for Humanity
- The group meets the third Thursday of
each month to discuss building homes for
low-income families in Plant City. Call:
Liz, 239-2242; or e-mail info@habitathi-
8:30 to 10:30 a.m. senior aerobics*
1 to 4 p.m., duplicate bridge club.*
Call: Hilda, 752-0611.
8 to 9 p.m., AA Helping Hands*
# 8 to 11:30 a.m., Kenpo Karate. Call:
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sentencing for such things
as misdemeanors, Stokes
He said the justice
system needs to be aware
of whom it is dealing with
and judges must have the
information they need to
get offenders off the streets
for longer periods of time,
based on their history of
Crime in Hillsborough
County continues to drop,
down about 9 percent from
last year, a reported cited
District II detectives are
investigating a rash of kick-
in burglaries recently
where gangs of people
from Tampa broke into
several homes stealing
jewelry, stereo equipment
The sheriffs office has
made several arrests,
Detective Bob Labarge
said, after officials learned
many in the group were
Cpl. Greg Jennings said
career criminals have a dif-
ferent mentality than
others. Crime is their work
and their job; their way of
survival. Plus, they usually
fall into patterns and
trends, so if there is a major
incidence of a certain
crime, his unit is usually
able to compile a short list
of people they think
responsible, move in and
make an arrest.
Stokes said he is dis-
traught that most of the
contact with people on the
list was through arrests,
but cautioned it's the
nature of those he's watch-
ing. He had thought that
most of the contact would
have been through traffic
"This is just one part of
our community," Jennings
Get one, you get the net-
work, Stokes said, and the
new team allows the sherif-
fs office to take a more
proactive stance, rather
than always reacting to
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Every Minute Someone Dies From a Heart Attack
Coronary Artery Disease is the number one killer in
the U.S.. An estimated 64 million people in the U.S. have
Cardiovascular Disease nearly I in 5 men and women. Of
that number, 13 million have Coronary Heart Disease, the
leading cause of heart attacks.
Nuclear Stress Testing is especially useful in diagnosing
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STATE OF WISCONSIN
CIRCUIT COURT BRANCH I
ORDER FOR APPEARANCE
Case No. 05 FA 682
In re the marriage of:
CARRIE G. RAMSEY
KEITH B. RAMSEY
Both parties to this action
shall appear for the Trial of
this matter as follows:
Date: July 27,2005
Time: 2:00 P.M.
Before: Honorable Dorothy
Location: Marathon County
Courthouse, Branch I, 500
Forest Street, Wausau, Wi
Fifteen days before the
date of Trial, each party
shall file with the Court a
full and complete Financial
showing all the debts and
assets income and liabili-
ties of he parties.
IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR AS
ORDERED, THE COURT MAY
ISSUEAN ORDER FORYOUR
It is further ordered that a
copy of this Order be
served upon the Respon-
dent not less than 72 hours
before said hearing.
Dated the 31 day of May,
Honorable Dorothy Bain
Circuit Court Judge
NOTICE OF SALE
OF MOTOR VEHICLE
Pursuant to Florida Statute
713.585, Mid-Florida Lien
and Recovery, will sell at
public sale for cash the
vehicle located at lienor's
place to satisfy a claim of
ien. 1983 INTERNATIONAL
Lien Amt $11657.50.
R/O: CJS RELOCATION
SERVICES or GRAEBEL VAN
LINES TAMPA, FL Lienor
TAMPA BAY DIESEL
SERVICE, 4410 W.
OSBORNE AVE, TAMPA, FL
813-872-5585. Sale Date:
July 27, 2005, 10:00 AM at
MID-FLORIDA LIEN &
RECOVERY. Said vehicle
may be redeemed by
satisfying the lien prior to
sale date. You have the
right to a hearing at any
time prior to sale date by
filing a demand for hearing
in the circuit court. Owner
has the right to recover
possession of vehicle by
posting a bond in
accordance with F.S.
559.917. Any proceeds in
excess of the amount of the
lien will be deposited with
the Clerk of Circuit Court in
the county where the
vehicle is held.
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NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that
on Tuesday July 12, 2005 at
OF PLANtCITY, 402 W. Ball
St., Plant City, FL. will
conduct a sale to the
highest bidder or
otherwise dispose of the
contents of rental units
leased to and believed to
contain the following:
#210 JESSICA COLEMAN
Household & Misc.
#227 MARVIN DOTSON
Household & Misc.
This sale is being held to
satisfy a Landlord's Lien.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby given that
on JULY 09, 2005 at 10:00
a.m. at Rentlok Self Stor-
age, 1205 S. Alexander St.,
Plant City, FLwill conduct a
sale for cash to the highest
bidder, or otherwise dis-
pose of the contents of
rental units leased to and
believed to contain the fol-
UNIT 8319 APRIL BROCK -
These sales are being held
to satisfy a Landord's Lien.
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sentimental & irreplace-
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OF RAIN OR SUN, TWO
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206. FACE TERMS NEGO.
DAYTONA PEPSI 400
TICKETS NEEDED. ANY
BUCS 2005 SEASON
TICKETS, 4 West Club
seats, sect 211. Face
value. Willing to sell 2.
17 1 Tickets I
BUCS CLUB 1, 5 SEATS
Section 234, Seats 3-7,
Plus2 parking passesfree
Face Value 813-832-3646
BUCS SEASON TICKETS. 4
Club level section 237,
Row E + 2 park passes.
Face value. 10%
47 yrd line, section 235
Seats 17 &18M
BUCS SEASON TICKETS. 3
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Bucs Tickets- CLUB
Section. 211, Row E, West.
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45 yard Ln 813-902-1200.
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Brandon -1945 W. Lumsden Ave.
Brandon -179 Bloomingdale Ave.
Sun City Center 4445 Sun City Cir.
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Tampa 8424 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa 8702Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
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Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy.
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave.
Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave.
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Lutz -18407 U.S. 41
Lutz- 2126 n,:d,l
ATCO RUBBER PROD-
UCTS. INC. is hiring for
all 3 shifts. Apply direct
at 2407 Willamette Dr.
Plant City, Fl
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in person: 3508 SyDney
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Phosphate Labor $$
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Next Class: July 11P
Gerdau AmeriSteel is ac-
cepting applications for
general pant labor at
the Plant City Rebar Fab
Shop for 2nd shift. Rebar
fab experience pre-
ferred, but will train in-
dividuals with good
work history. $10.53/hr
+ $.35 shift pay ($10.83
after 90 days; $11.80 af-
tersix months)- Incen-
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lent benefits. Applica-
tions taken Mon-Fri
9am-4pm at 4006 Paul
Buchman Hwy, Plant
City, FL (Hwy 39,2 miles
north of 1-4) or fax re-
sume to 813-752-2397.
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AA/EOE; M/F, D/V.
Sales-F/T & P/T positions
at ride photo in local
theme park. No exp. req.
TRAINEE, Tool Grinding,
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or more w/good work
references. & drug free.
Call 813-645-7240 or
Farm looking for
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hand, office position,
equine sales. Contact
1381 Part Time
KEY MAKER 59-510 Copy
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the Tpa & Clwtr Home
Depots. 5-6 hrs/day 2-4
days/wk Dixie Staffing
(813) 879-2165 dfwp
ai Work At i
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DATA ENTRY Work ON
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Pre-K thru 6th grade
S20 Per Hour
Call April 813-928-2507
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paying career. FAA pre-
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FAA Approved. Job
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EXCELLENT CONDITION! tBEDR SETS Twin set no flip $100.
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VENDING MACHINES 100 large dresser/mirror, OL WITH OPTION TO BUY
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easures and measures 38 2005 Beaver antiam $1,500.813-508-1320 num dual aerators live
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Brandon 845 E. Bloomingdale Ave.
Brandon 901 W. Brandon Blvd.
Land 0' Lakes 2133 Collier Pkwy.
Lutz -17808 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Plant City 102 Henry Ave.
Plant City 2313 Thonotosassa Rd.
Tampa 7319 W. Waters Ave.
Tampa -12105 W. Linebaugh Ave.
Tampa 7717 W. Hillsborough Ave.
Tampa 614 S. Howard Ave.
Tampa 1155 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
Tampa 3642 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa 8416 N. Armenia Ave.
Tampa 5501 N. Armenia Ave.
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Tampa -13182 N. Dale Mabry Hwy.
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Tampa- 2525 Busch Blvd.
'5841Boats 115841Boats 1 81BaSl ips -
19' Scout 1999 dual con-
sole Dorado, 135hp Mar-
iner outboard, extras,
bowrider, 400 hrs, live
wel! $9500 813-737-5466
20'6in WELLCRAFT with
150HP Johnson, magic
tilt trailer, runs great,
$6,200 obo. Call
2000 SEA-PRO 195 F/S
Great cond., low hours.
Johnson 150hp out-
board. New Loadmaster
trailer. $14,500 obo.
23' 1973 Thunderbird
Formula, 302 Ford V8,
Merc Cruiser 888 CB,
marine radio, depth
finder, cuddy cabin,
23' 1988 .DONZI Cuddy
Chevy 350. more details
& pix www.home.earth
24'5" 2001 RINKER Siesta
Vee 242, cabin cruiser,
CD, swim platform, full
24' CENTURY 1993 center
console t-top, twin 1998
200 mercs trailer, furu-
no gps fishing machine
24' STING RAY OPEN
BOW 5.7L Fl Corsa ex-
haust, totally loaded
with trailer,$15,800. Call
25' Crownline 250CR, '94,
250hrs, all options, aim
tri. Family/fish cruiser.
26' Regal LeasureCat,'94,
tunnel hall Mere. 200hp
325 hrs, tables front &
back, seats 12, exc. cond.
incl new trir w/brakes.
$21.5K OBO 813-661-2791
260, rebuilt2002, full
cabin, great boat. $14,500
Day: 813-917-9992 or
27' 2002 Proline Walk-
About, wrnty till 6/07,
twin Mercury 225 Opti-
max, new bottom paint,
waxed, all elect. bimini,
live well, outriggers low
hrs. exc. condo. $59,900,
29' Sea Ray 2002 290 Am-
berjack twin 350 Merc.
Mag horizon inboards,
185hrs, fish pkge, live
bait well, Raymarine
electronics, Smart View,
tained, bristol cond
ambe ack' $116,900
33' Chris Craft 1975
Beautiful! In the water,
A Steal at-$19,900.
38' 1997 Baja Special,
New Motors AC, Gener-
ator, Icemaker, Stereo,
Head, Galley, Exc cond.
38' 1999 SEARAY SUN-
DANCER Health forces
sales of immaculate 380
DA. Fully loaded with
many extras. Priced to
sell. Contact Gene King
for details. (813)
MOTOR,k1998 90hp Honda
4 stroke, controls in-
cluded, like new. Low
Tampa- 14936 N. Florida Ave.
Tampa 2115 Hillsborough Ave., Unit B
Tampa- 9309 N. 56th St
Tampa -16033 Tampa Palms Blvd., Suite 33
Valrico- 2016 E. S.R. 60
Valrico 3307 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd.
Seffner 806 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Wesley Chapel 5450 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Zephyrhills 7242 Gall Blvd.
BOATS Several storm
damaged and donated
boats forsale: 18'to 32'
Mike (727) 204-7988
Largest Volume Pontoon
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Nauticstar Bay Boats.
5851 Boat Slips -
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19 Hudson & Port Richey
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Happy Traveler RV Park
586 Supplies &
1998 200hp, EVINRUDE
V6, New Lower Unit
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T-TOPS ANODIZED ALUM
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2005 Mercury 150hp EFI
20" shaft low hours,
BOAT TRAILER 1993
Quicken 27' 2 axels.
electric wench. Holds
28' cabin cruiser. $800
15871 Sailboats I
25' 2004 CATALINA 250
sleeps 4 head, galley,
9.9hp 4sir o/b, 5imini,
sail covers, new trailer.
As new cond. $27,500
27' 1987 Captiva Sloop,
3' draft, 1998 8hp John-
son, Palm Harbor slip
avail. $6500 obo.
Bay Area Motor Works,
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Chevy, new (1) raceprep
bow tie block. $1500(2)
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt 90 days
up to 3 yrs warr. M-F9-5.
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part damage. $700. Call
WHEELS & TIRES for 1999
SVT Mustang Cobra, fits
5x8 Cargo Express en-
closed rear ramp, side
door, stone uard, spare
tire. Walk-in hght, low
miles. $3k new- sell
[627 U," I tly
6x12x2 Never used- 15"
wheel w/gate $825.
Used 6x16x3 tandem
$800. Others avail.
9 1 Trucks.-ughtl
cab, auto, 6-cyl, Wht
Grey int, runs great!
Good work truck. $4450
CHEVY 2000 Silverado ES,
5-L V-8, pwr + tow pkg,
Blue w/grey int, 83Kmi,
$12,500 obo. Call
FORD 1993 RANGER
137,000 mi, plum 5
Speed, 2 WDr 6 Cyl.
$4,500, Great Value
FORD 1994 Ranger, V6,
perfect condition, Me-
tlic Burgundy $4,495.
FORD 1999 F250 Super
Duty Crew cab, diesel
7.3L auto, 5th wheel
ready, 56k mi $17,495.
FORD 1999 F350 LARIAT
7.3L Dually. Crew
Cab.Tow Pkg. 5th wh
ready. 1 owner 118k mi.
FORD 2002 F150 King
Ranch, 4dr, 20's, brand
new tires, topper, spray
on liner mech owned
Ford 2003 F-150 XLT-
Fully loaded, extra cab,
4 door, 30k miles,
fiberglass lid on bed.
FORD 2003 Ranger Ext.
Cab. XLT, Cold A/C 6Cyl
Only 14K! Miles, WhIsl
Book $13,000 Sacrifice
Mazda 2000 B3000SE au-
to, air, V6, alloys, 74K,
original owner, excel-
len condition. $7300
TOYOTA 1998 TACOMA
green, 4 cyl, 5 spd, A/C,
CD, new tires, very
clean. $3600 Firm
TOYOTA 1998 Tacoma
Xcab, cd/tape, A/C,
5spd, new tires, very
clean, new starter,
1 Trucks -
630 Heavy Duty
DODGE 1997 Ram Ext Cab,
8ft bed, needs cosmetic
but runs strong w/fresh
trans,grt wk truck $4000
DODGE 2001 Ram 1500,
V6, long bed, very good
cond. 46K mi. $6000.
FORD 1996 F-250, x-cab,
GMC 1998 3126 TOp Kick,
5spd, 24' box, lift gate,
ramp, top overhaul new
GP fuei pump $18 000
GMC 1999 3500 14' box
w/full side utility bins,
standard, diesel 41K mi,
good cond 10,000 firm
FORD 1997 F150 Lariat
4x4, ext cab, 3 door, 5.4
V8, auto cold AC, leath-
er, bedliner 130k ml,
2nd owner $7950 obo.
FORD 1998 F150 pickup
XLTsupercab, Triton en-
gine, 125k, runs great,
well maintained, origi-
nal owner, extras $8000.
689-9499 or 917-5312.
16 r I hee | [ Sport Ut"
630 ve Vehicles
FORD 2004 F250 Turbo CHEVY 1999 TAHOE LT,
Diesel, 6" lift, After mar- Ithr, tow pkg,
ket Tires & Wheels, Low Pewter/Grey Ithr int
Miles, 2 Door, Long Bed, great condition- $10K.
$30 000 obo 813-290-9315
813-2199-0301 CHEVY 2001 Suburban
TOYOTA 1989 P/U 4x4, V6, Leather, fully loaded,
AC, new tires, good con- capt chairs, gar kept,
edition, $4900. Call ExcCond, 90K Mi,
CHEVY 2001 TAHOE LT
631I[Vans 87K mi dark gray ext 4
[11 V WD,$19,500,2" chrome
CHEVY 1995 G20, AM/FM rims, 7" in-dash screen
low miles, runs great, beige leather int (8133
exc. work van, $2200 6329153
obo.Call 813-842-2205 DODGE 2000 DURANGO
SLT, Ithr, loaded, rear air
CHEVY 2002 VENTURE &3rdrowseatexccond
Warner Bros AWD, snr well maintained $9000
owned, 8K mi Ithr dual obo. 813-610-1090
AC DVD, hitch, loaded FORD 1996 Explorer,
$12,900813-927-2825 Black w/grey int, fully
CHRYSLER 2000 Town & loaded, Ithr seats, beau-
Country, fully equip. tiful cond, runs perfect
owner must Sell O/C of $6,500obo813-2,63-2368
age, only 26,500 mi. FORD 1996 Explorer, 90K
813-752-1645 Mi, Loaded, Leather CD
CHRYSLER 2000TOWN N' Pwr Pkg, Very dood
COUNTRY totally load- Condition Runs Well.
ed, thr, looks & runs $4,000.813-713-5217
great, $7950 obo Ford 2000ExpeditionXLT,
613-454-5170 AWD, 57K mi, All power,
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP 3rd row seat, C/ DVD
Van, 10" lowered floorPower Inverter,$13,906
power am 14 00 obo.813-6816571
miles.Call727492-1630. For Results -
Ford 1993 Aerostar Classified Ads
Window Minivan-A/C, FORD 2001 EDDIE BAUER
PS, CC, AM/FM Stereo. EXPED 92K, Blk, Lthr, 8
Great condition, Cyl 2WD 6CD $10,500
everything works! (813) 365-0061
Ford 1993 E350 Mobile FORD 2001 EXPLORER
workshop truck, shuttle SPORT, green, CD, low
body, custom interior miles, power all, ext
for storage & work. Nice warranty, $11,500 OBO.
cond! $2,200 910-2453 813-355-1789
FORD 1995 AEROSTAR FORD 2001 Explorer XLT 4
VAN for sale, needs wa- dr, V6, Lthr, Sunrf,
ter pump, has dent, 138K White Loaded, Great
miles aqua blue color, Cond. Orig Owner.
$60006b0.813-839-3320 $10,500 81-774-22222
FORD 1995 E350 Box, 7.3L FORD 2001 Explorer
diesel, 15' f/glass box, Sporttrac, Burgundy
runs gre at gdtires, lots Fully Loaded, Must Sell!
of years left. $8,000 neg. $11,500 obo 70,500 mi.
Call 813-752-4236 813-610-7390
FORD 1995 WINDSTAR FORD 2003 Explorer
60,000 mi, $4,200 OBO, Sport Track, Beautiful
Must See, Flawless cond, fully loaded ,Black
813-250-0015 w/grey int, Runs great.
FORD 1996 WINDSTAR, Transferable 100k war-
Silver, 117K mi. Looks ranty $17,500 obo
Good Runs Good, Cold 813-263-2368
A/C. $3,000 obo. FORD 2003 Explorer XLS
Call 813-891-9951 V6, Black, 4dr, All pwr,
FORD 2000 E-250 LWB, V8, remote alarm, cd, 4 new
AC, auto, cage w/ tires, super clean
shelves, locking latch- $11,400 813-810-5541
down ladder rack, Ford 2003 Explorer XLT
$6250.813-323-3211 15k mi2dr, 2dr, loaded, mini
FORD 2003 Windstar LX, 16mo20k fact warr,
low mi., warr., blue ext. Ithr, garagedmoonrf.
gray int., allpower, rear $15,900.813-891-9950
air, 7 pass., $1500 below SpotAdvertising Works
loan value. New brakes,
new tires. $12,800 obo. Ford 2004 Expedition
727-742-5527 Eddie Bauer- Blue, tan
leather, safety canopy,
Ford 2004 F150 Econoline moonroof 3rd row.
cargo van, 11,500 mi, $25,500.813-404-6653.
white, exc cond, factory 19 J LT
warranty. $15,900 GMC 1993 Jimmy SLT,
813-839-2222.857-4453 4x4, auto, power,
p/locks, AC. must see'
HONDA 1999 ODYSSEY $2650.813-323-3211
EX, V6, Silver, 112K mi.,
CD, power everything,
exc. cond. $9,500. GMC 1999 YUKON SLE Z-
863-648-1752 521-1268 713"' lift, 33"tires & new
rims, Auto. 4 WD, 57L
TOYOTA 1992 Previa, VortecCyl.$11,000'(83)
Clean, Runs great, seats 361-3151
7 dual AC all pwr,H DA Ee
$!l900.813-653-9090 HONDA 2005 Element
94WD EX Rare Silver
w/blue; 5spd, Loaded.
Sport Utility XM Sat. OnI 2700 mi.
632 Vehicles $20,000 813-484-1525
HUMMER 2003 H2 Black,
BMW 2003 X5 3.01 white original owner, 75K mi,
tanlthr,30Kmi.sunrf,all air suspension excel-
options, priced to sell lent condition. $38,500.
only $31000, exc. condo 813-299-4644
813-935-2968 INFINTY 2003 FX35 19,000
Cadillac 2002 Escalade mi, gold Sports Utility,
BIk w/grey Ithr, AWD, Auto.. 2 WD 6 Cyl.
loaded 3rdrow, rear air. $32,500, Low Miles (863)
23" Giovanni rims. 860-8453
$33,900 813-240-1069 ISUZU 1998 RODEO 80,000
TURN TO CLASSIFIED'S ml, Green, Sports utlity,
Merchandise Columns Auto, 2WD, 6 Cyl. 2500
Ourprices are engine needs rebuilding
on target for you! (727) 420-3800
Apollo Beach 6188 U.S. 41
Brandon -1945 W. Lumsden Ave.
Brandon -179 Bloomingdale Ave.
Sun City Center 4445 Sun City Cir.
Riverview 9822 U.S. 301
Tampa 8424 Sheldon Rd.
Tampa 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Tampa 4479 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy.
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave.
Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave.
Tampa 7851 Palm River Rd.
Thonotosassa 9535 E. Fowler Rd.
Lutz -18407 U.S. 41
Lutz 2126 Collier Pkwy.
632 Sport Utility
|us. | Vehicles I
ISUZU 2001 Rodeo Sport
37,100 mi. auto, 2WD, 4
cyl. silver, non-smkr, 2
sunrf, looks& runs great
$7K obo. 813-689-4690
Lincoln 2000 Navigator,
BIk/Tan, 49k miles, navi-
gation system, dual cap-
tains chairs, towpkg,
LNCOLN 2001 Navigator
B1k w/Tan int. 62K mi
Loaded Asking $19,506
obo. $$$ Below Book
Mitsubishi 1998 Montero
Sport, V6 auto, leather,
tint, all power very
clean, reliable. 95K mi.
$6200 obo. 813-832-5268
NISSAN 2001 Pathfinder
4x4, well maintained in
excellent cond, original
owner, 65k, mtnc re-
cords, 6 disc CD, AC, au-
to, security, $15900.
NISSAN 2005 Xterra SE
4x2, only 2 mos old, 2400
mi. fully loaded w/265
hp, 17" 4 spoke alloy
whls, Rockford fosgate
audio w/in-dash CD
chgr & MP3 CD play-
back. Expecting 3rd
child, need to sell.
Asking $23,000 firm.
Serious offerS only
RANGE ROVER 1997 4.0,
87,140 mi, fully loaded,
Clarion radio, DVD/TV
Ithr int $12,995. Call
SUBARU 2001 Forester S,
38.5K mi, 4sp auto, AWD
ABS, multiple CD, htd
seats, am/fm/cass, all
power, keyless entry,
roof rack, cruise, fog
lites, cherry, mint cond.
Only serviced @ dir.
Toyota 1994 Land Cruiser
loaded, 4WD, Ithr, CD
economy 6cyl, great 4
Hurricane season, mint,
Toyota 2003 4Runner V8,
Sport Ed, 43k, black ext
grey int, loaded, RARE
edition model. Must sell.
$26K obo. 813-293-5594
cm Scooters &
HONDA 2003 Reflex
250cc Auto, 75MPH,
75MPG, Like New Trail-
er Available, $3,900
j634 Go Carts
GO-KART Indy, used,
good shape, 40mph +,
complete new drive.
6.5hp engine. $950.
| 635 | Motorcycles |
Harley Davidson 1970 FLH
w/tranny. All rebuilt. No
motor, many extras parts
Harley Davidson 1984
FXSTEVO, Orig soft tail
& EVO motor, electric &
kick, $7500. 781-8144
days or eves 949-4166
Harley 1991 Hugger 883,
7800 mi, red, garage
kept, 2 seats, excellent
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1995
1200 Sportster MINT
Mi. Runs Great! $7000
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2000
custom all good stuff
runs great SS Panhead
13000. (352) 796-0925
Harley 2002 Road King Ex-
cellent condition. Cus-
tom radical paint. $8K
factory installed op-
tions, over $27K invest-
ed, 1lK miles. $17,000
obo (941) 778-7734
HARLEY 2004 Fatfoy, Per-
fect, 1500 mi. gold, ga-
raged chrome, lug rack,
bkres, wind shield. Like
new, must go. $16,900
Harley 2004 Softail
1,500m Not a scratch
never dropped. Scr Egi
Pipes,oilcooler + other
extras! $19,500.7yr ext.
HARLEY 2004 Wide Glide,
13,000 Miles, All War'ty,
Stage 1 Kit, $26,000 in-
vested, for sale $19,000
HONDA 1986 700C Mag-
num, new tires, runs/
rides great, needs minor
cosmetic $2,100 obo
HONDA 1994 Shadow 600,
excellent shape, $2,650.
HONDA 1996 Trek Goldw-
ing 1500, Perfect cond,
w/ 02 convers., candy
apple red. $16,800 Cash.
Kawasaki 1992 KLR 650
5700 mi. great inape.
new tires, grips, handle-
bars. W/magnetic bag.
KAWASAKI 1994 Con-
cours Sport Tourer, Like
new. 15434 mi, Asking
$3500. Trade Consid-
ered: Ctr Console, Out-
board Mtr Fishing Boat
Kawasaki 2001 ZX6-R
3,000 mi, blue, mint
cond, muzzy pipe. No
Kawasaki 2003 Vulcan
800 Classic 1500 miles
adult owned, great
cruiser. Good Deal at
$4000. Call 625-9498.
Suzuki 2001 DR 400 EZ
start, exc cond, $2995.
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
YAMAHA 2003 YZ85,
modified, too many ex-
tras to list, exc cond.
$1600obo (863) 773-9590
1636 Golf Carts |
Club Car with windshield,
enclosure head &tail
3-Wheel EZ-GO $950.
Both Exc.! 813-300-0114.
E-Z GO Golf Cart. Red with
zippered canvas cover.
Good tires. Needs
battery. Exc Cond.
FORD 2002 THINK, exc
cond, garaged, street le-
gal up to 35MPH. All
equip + winter cvr.
Chargers parts allreai *
ed. 813-645-4515 Rus-.-n
HONDA 1991 FOUR TRAX
Trx 300, 300 cc, 5 spd, 2
wheel dr, Ig rear fires,
racks, exc. cond. $1,500.
HONDA 2002 250EX; $700
POLARIS 1999 Trail Boss
$1500. Both very good
YAMAHA 1985 Tri-Zinger
runs great, new carb&
exhaust, etc. Can e-mail
Place an ad in class 431
for computers and
equipment and see how
many "bytes" you get!
Valrico -1971S.R. 60
Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd.
Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market
Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54
Seffner -725 N. Grove Cir.
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We'll come pick it up!
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For Cars, Trucks & Vans
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CAMARO 1969 350 4 bolt
front disc brakes, good
body, other extras inci
12 boWt rear end $15,000
FORD 1973 Mach I, Fly
yellow, runs great, new
paint, dual ex aust, disk
brakes, 351 $4600 obo
MERCEDES 1981 380SL
w/560 upgrades, 65K,
champagne & saddle,
w/rear seat. New top,
hard top. Must see.
MERCEDES 1983 380SL
new top & interior,
black, 133k A/C $9,500
MGB 1966 Convertible:
dream! New engine,
wheels, tires, suspen-
sion. Spend over $12K
on restoration. Have re-
ceipts. Call 813-394-1557
anytime. $7,500 OBO.
MGB 1977 47,000 orig mi,
Exc cond, new fuel
pump & brakes, Must
sell! $4,500 obo
OLDS 1972 CUTLASS S
RESTORED, Rocket 350,
AC, Wht/Brown $19,850.
PORSCHE 1971 911-T
Target top, yellow w/blk
Ithr int whale-tail.
$7,900. 813-818-9334 or
Ron's Auto Restoration
1929-2000, Full & Partial
Rust repair & complete
WANTED: JAGUAR XKE/
XK Healey/ MGT/TR3/
MGA. Any condition.
Cash buyer will pick up.
649 For Sale
ACURA 2002 3.5RL black
fully loaded, 39K mi,
Sunroof, side airbags,
ACURA 2002 TL TYPE-S
int NAVIGATION, 17" al-
loys clean, very fast!
BMW 1986 635 CSI,
Classic, exc cond, ice
cold front & rear A/C,
maint ref. $10,500
BMW 1998 M3, white, 4
door,59,500 miles great
BMW 1999 Z3, BLACK
w/tan leather, 61K mi,
below book at $15,700
BMW 2001 325i, 60K mi,
Sport/Luxury kg. Tint,
Manual, Sunrf, Blue &
Grey, Warr'y up to 100K.
$19K obo. 813-727-8408
BMW 2001 Z3 39 000 mi,
Black, Coupe, 5 Speed, 2
WD, 6 Cyl. VIN#:
$22,000, Must See (727)
BMW 2002 M3 converta-
ble, SMG, 19" rims, pre-
mium sound, conv, steel
grey, 16k mi all options.
BMW 2003 325i 23K mi,
Auto, Sunrf, Lthr, Premi-
um pkg. Exc. Cond. Me-
tallic pnt Fact Warr.
BUICK 2001 Century,
4DR custom 32K mi.
leather, all power,
CADILLAC 1988 Sedan De
Ville. automatic every
thin g. 204K mi. needs
paint runs great, S50.
with an ad in class 426!
M4 For Sale
CADILLAC 1994 Con-
course, A/C, fully load-
ed, Ithr seats, low mi,
runs exc, immac. cond.,
Cadillac 1996 El Dorado
ETC, Loaded! Leather
pw, pl, cruise, Moon rf,
climate control 136,500
mi $5900/obo 661-8425
CADILLAC 1998 El Dorado
ETC 44k, like new in &
out, crimson red, white
vinyl top, loaded includ-
ing 12 disc CD player,
garaged, car is show-
room cond. $13,900.
CADILLAC 1998 Seville
Chevy 1987 Caprice
Classic, V8, 305 motor,
pw, p, ps, A/C, heater.
CHEVY 1996 Impala Super
Sport, 79K Mi,Org Own-
er, $15,000 obo
Serious inquiries only
CHEVY 2002 Malibu Auto,
6 cyl, 8K mi, White, Mini
Cond-CD, $9900 obo
1998 Breeze, A/C, auto,
PS, PB, cruise, 71K mi,
non smoker, very clean.
$4,500 obo 813 689-5880
Corvette 1989 Convert-
ible, Dark Blue Tan Top,
97K miles, very good
condition. Must Sell!
Good Deal at $8,000.
CORVETTE 1996, LT4,
330hp6 spd red, tan int.
6 CD chgr, 108K mi. cold
AC, newtires, mint cond
DODGE' 1972 Charger
Drag car, BB 413, runs
ProET, too many items
to list! $4,500 obo Lets
DODGE 1997 AVENGER
Sport, auto, V6, CD,
loaded, mnroof, 102K
mi, burberry int. Black
ext. $3000 813-494-2837
FORD 1991 Escort LX,
auto, new brakes, cold
AC 4 door hatchback
122K mi. runs good
FORD 1993 Escort, 4dr,ex-
cellent condition, Crys-
tal color, $2,400. Call
FORD 1997 Taurus, exc.
cond. reen, 90K mi. 6
cyl, af pwr, cold AC
$3300 obo. 813-6533-1754
Ford 2000 Crown Victoria
100k, full police pckg,
pwr win/locks & mir-
rors, good tires, $5,500
Ford 2000 Mustang,
Black, 5 speed, V6,
Senior owned, Alarm
and remote entry
power windows & locks,
wheels, 83K mi, Asking
FORD 2001 TAURUS
85,500 mi White Sedan,
Auto. 6 Cyl. $6,800, Su-
per uuy, power locks,
windows. AC great.
FORD 2003 Mustang conv,
PW, locks cruise, tilt,
AC, 6 disc CD chngr 37k
mi, balance of 100k mi
warranty, Ithr int. $15,500
FORD 2003 MUSTANG
MACH 1 13,000 miles,
adult owned, like new,
HONDA 1987 ACCORD LXI
Wh, Hatchbk Pwr win
Needs Body Work, Good
starter car, $950, Call for
HONDA 1994 Accord EX,
2dr 5spd, Gold, alloys
snrf, Ithr, power, ABS&
more, x-cond, 110K mi,
$5000 obo 813-874-6906
HONDA 1998 CIVIC EX2dr,
snrf, CD, all power, 5spd,
great condition 94K mi.
$6,500 Call 813-766-5000
HONDA 2000 ACCORD EX-
V6 4 Dr, 67K miles, 1
owner $10,500. Call
HONDA 2002 ACCORD SE,
Black on Black. sunroof,
all power, 70K mi., V-
Tec, looks & runs great
HONDA 2002 Civic, 2DR
coupe LX, 28K mi. auto,
black, 1 owner, exc.
cond. $11,900 obo
INFINITI 2000 130 69,000
mi Silver, Sedan, Auto,
2 WD 6 Cy. $13,000,
Must See (727) 376-0833
INFINITY 2001 130 185K
mi, auto, silver/black
Ithr, new parts w/warr,
oood cond runs well.
$I9obo. 813.59. 1237
INFMm 2003 G35 SPORT.
38.000 mi, Silver. Sedan.
5 Speed, 2 WD. 6 Cyl.
$22,000, Must Go LUXU-
649 I Automobiles
M- | For Sale
Jaguar 1998 Convert. XK8,
Silver/Blk Ithr intr,
loaded, custom chrome
whs, garage, 50K mi.
JAGUAR 1998 XK8 Conv'tI
white w/tan leather,
auto, 59K mi. mint cond.
like new, garaged
JAGUAR 2000 S Type, sil-
ver, 20" custom wheels
tint windows, sunroof, 6
disc cdplayer, 62k mi,
JAGUAR 2002 X Type Grn
w/Tan Lthr, 30K mi, Fact
Warr. $$$ Below Book
Value, Asking $19,000
JAGUAR 2004 XKR 8 mos.
old, Platinum, all op-
tions only 940 mi, per-
fect new$94K, Sacrifice
Kia 1998 Sephia, Cham-
pagne, auto, air, 12 disc
changer, 91K mi
$2500 obo. 813-444-1978
KIA2000 Sephia LX, beige,
all power, auto, dealer
mant. exc. cond. $4500.
LEXUS 2001 GS 300 BIk
w/Tan int. Sunrf, Spoil-
er, 51k mi, Lexus Cert.
Exc. Cond.$21.5K obo.
Lexus 2003 RX300- Gold
color, 25K miles,
1 owner, warranty, full
731-8863 or 961-8986.
LINCOLN 2000 Towncar
Signature Series, Extra
Clean, 60K Mi, $10,500
Mazda 1991 Miata
Convertible Silver/blk int.
Mazda 2002 Miata, Spe-
cial Ed, 5spd, 16" alloy
wheels, all options. Cha-
coal gray w/cust. int.,
convt., 49 mi, Exc condo.
MERCEDES 1990 300E,
Blue with Grey interior,
exc. cond., new trans &
ice cold air, sunroof.
andlready lo buy
S420 S-CLASS Smoke
Silver Sedan Auto.
LOADD!, 8 Cyl. $13 956
Luxury! (813) 300-6950
MERCEDES 1996 E320-
Beautiful car inside &
MERCEDES 1998 C230,
power everything, cus-
tom color. $15,533.24
OBO. Call 813-662-3360
Mercedes 2001 E320-
White, 45K miles, 1 own-
er, warr, 100K mi or 7
yrs, exc. cond' $28,000
731-8863 or 961-8986.
MERCEDES 2003 C240
Exc. Cond. Burgundy
/grey. Auto sunrf,
Warr'y 4 yr/50K mi.
Mercury 1999 Sable
station wagon,40K mi,
exc cond, $6500 obo
MERCURY 2000 Grand
Marquis, red 82K,
perfect cond. 1 owner
$6900, days 813-340-0869
MINI 2003 COOPER Silver
& bik, snroof, Ithr, CD,
CVT trans, power, tint
20K mi, exccond $19,500
MINI 2004 Cooper S, Exc
Cond, Low Miles, Lots of
Extras, Must Sell,
Mitsubishi 1997 3000 GT
wht 118K mi, Garaged
kepL all options incl.
Sunrf. No accidents.
MITSUBISHI 1999 MIRAGE
m6k $4,M0 .,BO
NISSAN 1889 Sentra auto-
matic, A/C, 4dr, runs
and looks excellent,
NISSAN 1996 Altima GXE,
PW,PL,AC, auto, good
running car. Dark gray.
6 pm call 813.281.2417
NISSAN 1997 Altima LTD,
4 dr, loaded, 146k mi,
beige, blue bkvalue, Pri-
vate owner. $3995 obo.
NISSAN 2W MAXIMA Sk
NISSAN 2002 SER 6 spd
manual trans, alloy
rims, also incl limited
NISSAN 2004Xterra 4k mi,
crank windows, V6, sl-
ver, tan cloth int, alloys,
auto. Exc cond $13,900.
Call Jim 813-695-6664
OLDS 1998 1NTU R ed,
S 49 Automobiles
4 For Sale
PONTIAC 1995 Firebird
Formula, all power, 5.7
V8 good cond. Must
PONTIAC 1997 Grand Prix,
Loaded, BIk, FAST CAR!
$6100 cash price or poss
fin. avail 813-760-8888
PONTIAC 2002 GRAND
PRIX GT, fully loaded,
52K hwy miles mint
condition. $10,999 obo.
PONTIAC 2002 SE, mint
6 cyl, 4 dr, A/C, ps, pb,
pw, pl, cruise control,
D & more. Only 15K mi.
with warranty, garag
kept. Asking $10,800.
PORSCHE 1969 912, Wht
ext/Red int, fully
restored 3 yrs ago, Great
PORSCHE 2000 BOXSTER,
45K mi, Black/Grey
loaded, exc cond
SAAB 2004 9-5 ARC, 18k
miles,black, AUTO Ithr,
exc condition. $27,00.
SATURN 1995 SL2, 4 door
A/C, auto, Ithr seats w/
RV towing package.
SATURN 2000 LW2, V6
wagon, 44,400mil Ithr,
full power, almost new
tires fully equip fortow-
ing, hoadmaster Stow-
master w/hidden twist
lock brackets w/cables
& cover $10,200. Call
TOYOTA 1985 Celica Con-
vertible, Eng& Drive
trainPerfectBody & Int
need work, $5,00
Toyota 1990 Celica GTS
black, auto, sunroof, all
pwr custom wheels, re-
built engine & transm.
TOYOTA 1992 PREVA
151K mi, White A/C,
NewTires New brive
TOYOTA 1993 CAMRY LE-
V6, automatic, ice cold
air, 4 door. Immaculate
Condition! Must see to
$395 obo 813-873-1227
TOYOTA 1994 CAMRY LE
all power, cruise control,
Sunroof, Good A/C. New
tires. $1995/obo. Needs
break work. As is.
Toyota 1997 Tercel-
PW, PDd standard, runs
and drives great!
Red Hawk. $3,700.
TOYOTA CELICA 2000 GTS
68,050 ml Fuchia 5
Speed, 4 Cyl. $11,999,
loaded completed, spe-
cials rimes and tires.
Toyota 2000 Camry LE,
84K mi. newtires,
battery brakes. Exc.
shape. Moving, must sell.
Toyota 2001 Camry, auto,
power, CD/tape, 34k,
one owner, lease end.
$10,800. w/sales tax
TOYOTA 2002 CAMRY LE,
4 cyl, Green, 1 owner, dIr
serviced, 38K ml., runs/
looks great. $14,500
OBO. 813-963-7895 Lv
Mssg or 813-786-2440
TOYOTA 2002 CAMRY LE
4cyl, 65k mi, loaded, orig
owner non-smoker, im-
TOYOTA 2003 Camry LE
silver, loaded CD, pow-
er, keyless, alarm, new
tires, i owner mintcond.
TOYOTA 2004 Corolla LE,
full pkg wd grain, ONLY
930 MILES, must sell due
to health problem.
TOYOTA 2005 Corolla CE,
white 4 dr, pwr doors
20,500 miles. Excellent
VOLVO 1999 S70 125,000
mi Silver Sedan, Auto.,
2 WD $6,00 Great Val-
ue (813) 626-2652
VW2002 JETTA GLS TDI, 5
speed, all power, CD,
Diesel, excellent condi-
tion, $13,500. Please call
VW 2002 JETTA 18 Turbo,
5spd,46k mall options,
mint cond, perfect for
young prof. 34 mpg.
45 miles per gallon,
37,500 miles. 16,000
$5M Police Impounds.
Toyotas, etc. from $500.
For isting 800-749-8167,
new car. .,ssme can
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10 THE COURIER JULY 7, 2005
Dorer:. Dover Rd & Downing SI.
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
.11en (hapel: 1109 f. Laura St.
Mount Olive: I113II. ,Iadison 51
Mount OlMie: Horton Rd.
1501 Colson Rd, 737-3496
1212 W Reynolds, 477-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
1110 N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
Faith Temple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-
Polk County Line, 752-0532
3409 SR 39 N. 752-1885
First Plant Citv:
(harlie Griffln Rd,
If of R 39 .5. "52-3351
fort .1lafla: cornerr of South uwy. 39
Snillei Rd. "37-4656
Aheisillle SR 6-10, 737-4803
I. at honotosassa Rd, 752-1614
furkes (reek Rd. 737-3529
Silon-' Worship Center:
County line Rd. 754-6089
5ldner: Sirdne' Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of i.dn.i Doter Rd, 659-0532
turkey (reek Rd. 754-5372
.Ihara: Turkes (reek Rd,
,V of .R 60. 3" 33739
222 ilafla (hurch Rd, 634-8845
.Intioch- Horton Rd, 737-3240
Berea. 5R 39 5. '37-1232
Bethan': Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 804 I Renfro St,
Beulah: .llen & County Line Rd,
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
Euclid Dr & SR 574, 752-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 trapnell RdE.
Cedar 6rote: F. Keysville Rd,
Central of lithia.
Pinecrest & Kesville Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 F. Alsobrook. 752-3740
1310 ,. Shannon Ave, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 S, Pinecrest,
Dmoer fastside: Countryside Baptist
church 2820 Gallagher, 571-8200
Doter First: V. Gallagher Rd,
Easiside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
Fast Thonotosassa: Mdntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
aithb Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of Midway:
Midway Rd, 752-7209
first Baptist Lithia:
Intersection ofSR 39 &
lithia-Pinecrest Rd, 737-1121
First Plant City:
503 N. Palmer. 752-4104
To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Natasha Davis at 865-4439.
first Thonotosassa Missionary:
Mclntosb Rd, 986--i"56
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 Knights Griffin Rd,
Hopeuell: 5R39 S. "3"-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman HuT.
lebanon: Branch forbes Rd.
lone Oak: lone Oak Rd.
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W Ball St,
New Hope Freewill
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
1700 N. Franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive:
509 N. Evers St, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh Baptist Church:
905W. Terrace Dr., 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill:
Hunter & Warren St, 754-6853
St. Mary Missionary:
1804 S.R. 60E., 737-3668
St. Mary's Community Church:
907E. Laura St,
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
5447 Turkey Creek Rd,
Turkey Creek First:
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11308 Welcome
Church St. (813) 737-2288
Westside: 2503 W GranfieldAve,
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
15510 County Rd 39, Lithia
14402 Salem Church Rd., Sydney
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
5209 Smilth-Rvals Rd
Dover: Downing St. 659-2900
Plant (itt: 2103 Mudlake Rd.
Furkey (reek: Turker (reek Rd
at .SR60, "3"-1331
1"02 a'. tIalor Rd. 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
Kingsu'a first: 2808 A-insuar 'V..
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
Allen & Haines St
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
808 W Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W. Ball St.
Full Gospel tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd. "5i-38i3
106 5. [ters St.
F[tangelists forJesus tabernacle:
SR 5"i. L. of Domer. 659-0102
(l"ristlan Grouth (enter:
1310 N. Shannon. "19-12909
(Coenant Bible Church:
1tl8 F. Tomlin 51, 54i-1133
Deeper life rellouship:
Corolla Rd. iW of SR 39 .
Reidtial Outreach (enter:
225 N,. Dorer Rd. 681-2250
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-3345
Church of esus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center.
Meets at Seffner Elementary
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. HillsboroughAve,
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
tiaouman's Praise and Worship
Center- US. 92 E
Holy Protection Ukrainian
40' Englishl Si.. Plant COr)
uitires you 10
Sunday Worship 1 ,0 0rn,
.:hrc.e.d b-. [.nJa lk' .:,r. lohnston
Poureifiul Bible Pi aching
by Pastor Gary Brady
Jeri Moulds, Children's Pastor
(simultaneous with Adult
God's Squad Youth Service
led by Trey Morris, Youth Pastor
Sunday at 5:30pm
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
iOn ,:i 57-4 D.oin
7am,10:30am & 12 15prm Enghlish
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185
3820 Moores Lake Rd,
Dover, 659-0123 First Uin
Christian Life Assembly: -
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802 Church
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528 Plant C
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mahoney St, 757-6123 303 N. Ever- St%
New Life Temple Pentecostal Downtown Plant
Church of God: ,,. om Ci H 11- pr
3301 Clemons Rd, 75i-088 351
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS WORSHIP HOI
Doter: iloore's lake & Holiness
(hurrb Rd, 659-1301 8:00 am Chapel Commi
( hurb of the Living God: Service
1102 [fier ,t. 754-5840 9:00 am Contemporary
In The Wesley
PRESBYTERIAN 10:00 am Sunday Schoo
Evangelical Plant City: (Children Ac
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383 11:00 Traditional Wc
First Presbyterian Plant City: 1100 am Traditional
404 W Reynolds St, 752-4211 The Sanctuary
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS Y Su al
Walk with God Ministry: Sunda- r
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930 ww thelo
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST C Wed n
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr, Chil6d15re-8ns
752-4694 Open Hearts, Open Minds,
SOUTHERN METHODIST www.fumcplantci
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd,
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-Pineerest Rd.,
UNITED METHODIST lj
Cork: 4815 W. Sam Allen Rd,
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415 C H U l
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
754-3519 Joe Bowles, P
Sunday School for
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St, Sundays at 9:00,
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr, Sunday Worship S
754-2441 10:15a.m. and 6:0
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd, Tuesday NigI
752-5751 Women's Scrapbook
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St, 6:30pm
757-6051 Wednesday Night
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hwy at 6:15 p.m.
Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135 6:15 p.m.
Trinity Plant City: 402 W Activities for Chil
English St, 752-9316 & Students: 6:00
Advertise in the
PIANO rrIT COURIER
Call NXaasha Davis at
JULY 7, 2005 THE COURIER 11
Two area churches will host
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church, 5447 Turkey
Creek Road, will host a gospel
sing featuring the Three Plus
One quartet July 9 at 7 p.m.
Refreshments to follow.
Mount Zion Assembly of
God, 3005 Thonotosassa Road,
will host its Friday Night
Gospel Sing July 15 at 7 p.m.
The church will welcome the
QP Truett Family of Plant City.
A freewill offering will be
Church, 1107 Charlie Griffin
Road, will host a community-
wide men's rally July 9. The
event is a cooperative effort
between area churches and
Somebody Cares Plant City
A steak dinner begins at 6
p.m., with a praise and wor-
ship rally to follow at 7.
There will be testimonies
from men and a special
emphasis on the Promise
Keepers' 15th anniversary
event, "The Great Awakening,"
slated for Aug. 19-20.
Dinner is $10. RSVP
To RSVP or for more
information, call the Rev.
Norm Blanton of Somebody
Cares, 752-4671, or the Evan-
gelical Presbyterian Church,
First Baptist Church of
Pleasant Grove, 7725 S. Turkey
Creek Road, will host a water-
melon party July 9 from 3 to 6
There will be games includ-
ing a watermelon eating con-
test, watermelon toss and seed
spitting contest, food, prizes
and more. Children should
wear clothes that can get
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., will
offer a synopsis of "Misguid-
ing Lights?" July 10 from 5 to 6:
The book is a study of
scriptural evaluation of the
gospel according to Satanism,
Mormons, Muslims, Unity,
Church, New Age, Buddhism,
Scientology, Jehovah's Wit-
nesses and Transcendental
Facilitator will be Seth Col-
Church hosts drama ministry
Alafia Baptist Church,. 222
See OFFER, Page 13
Edna B. Blackmon, 87, of Dover died June
She was born in Tifton, Ga., and was a long-
time resident of Dover.
She worked in the kitchen of Forest Park
Nursing Home and attended Dover Pentecos-
tal Holiness Church.
She is survived by a son, Norman of Durant;
two daughters, Peggy Dobrovic and Linda
Johnson, both of Plant City; two brothers, Dick
Lawson of Plant City -and Buddy Lawson of
Lakeland; 13 grandchildren; 34 great-grand-
children; and three great-great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Jerry R. Caruthers, 54, of Seffner died June
He was born in Plant City and was a lifelong
resident of this area.
He was a refrigeration technician.
He is survived by a son, Jeremy of Plant City;
and a daughter, Regina of Chipley.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Lucille E. Schneeberger Griffin, 83, of Plant
City died June 29.
She was born in Millerburg, Ohio, and was a
She was a member of the First Presbyterian
Church of Plant City, the National Organization
of World War Nurses, the Woman's Club of
Plant City and the Ladies of the Elks.
She was named the Farm Credit Farmer of
the Year and inducted into the Florida Straw-
berry Growers Association's Strawberry Hall of
She is survived by her husband, Haywood M.
"Mack" Griffin; two sons, Jim Griffin of Tampa
and Mike Griffin of Orange Park; a daughter,
Linda Clark of Wauchula; seven grandchildren;
and seven great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.
Loyd L. Reitz, 87, of Plant City died June 27.
He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving in
World War II.
He moved to Plant City in 1985 after retiring
from Eastman-Kodak Co., where he was a
He is survived by his wife, Anna; four sons,
Leslie Reitz, Michael Kellogg, Louis Kellogg and
Jean-Paul Jaques; a daughter, Margo Jaques; a
niece, Marian L. L. Bouk-Roehrs; six grandchil-
dren; four great-grandchildren; and one great-
Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home, Bran-
Katie Albritton Thomas, 82, of Plant City died
She was a lifelong resident of Plant City.
She was a homemaker and a former hair-
dresser and seamstress.
She was a member of St. Mark M.B. Church
in Plant City.
She was president and founder of the United
Club, which purchased and gave the first
television set on the Carver wing of South Flor-
ida Baptist Hospital.
She is survived by two sons, Earl Walker Jr.
and Abra J. Thomas; two daughters, Opal
Thomas Pearson of Lakeland and Winnie
Thomas Durant; her father, Abraham Williams
Sr.; a sister, Ernestine Bennett; 17 grandchil-
dren; more than 20 great-grandchildren; and
many nieces and nephews.
Charlow Funeral Home.
See DEATHS, Page 13
The tamiik of Chester 'Cnuck, Wilson extends its
neartielt thanks & appreciation to family & friends
for the outpouring ot sn mpaihs prayers, cards,
floral arrangements 'isits and food provided during
this difficult time special acknowledgement and
gratitude is gi9en to Drs Gregg Gutowski and Brian
Korte the staff of South Florida Baptist Hospital
and Lfepalin Hospice.
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A rocket soars and
explodes over the
stadium. The show
featured more lower-
level fireworks this year,
but spectators outside of
the stadium were still
able to enjoy the display.
Below, a flyover of
aircraft from MacDill Air
Force Base was timed to
follow the national
anthem and is seen here
through the Plant City
Fire Rescue Department
Honor Guard flags.
the stands in
put on by Great
of Oldsmar. The
the event with
support from the
City Chamber of
Commerce and a
host of local
Kelsey Howard, 7,
flies through the
air on a bungee
tether, one of
set up on the
field at the Plant
City Stadium for
the Bill Heard
PHOTOS BY DAVE BUYENS