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Uniform Title: Courier (Plant City, Fla.)
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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE




THE COURIER
THURSDAY, JULY 14, 2005 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


PRSRT STD
U. S. POSTAGE
PAID
TAMPA FL
PERMIT NO. 6238


FIGHTING CANCER


in the
NEWS


COMMISSIONN

The city commission
will hear public com-
ment on revisions
to the ordinance
regulating adult
businesses.
PACE 2


SOFrBALL

International
Softball Federation
vows to fight the
International Olym-
pic Committee's deci-
sion to cut softball
from the 2012 Games.
PAGE 3


mRIGi


A big reunion in the
Lone Star state.
PAGE 8


INDEX

CALENDAR
PAE 3

CLASSIFIED
PAG6 11

CROSSWORD
PAGE 21

FAMILY LIVING
NPE I

SPORTS'
NPGE 20


WORSHIP
PAGE U.


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Competitors

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A Rare Find

Parker Meredith is a unique little boy in many
ways, his family says. That might be what helps
him conquer a rare form of cancer.


ByTONYMARRERO
tmarrero@mediageneral.com
At 2 years old Parker Meredith
is big for his age, and sharp he's
already talking in complete sen-
tences.
His parents, Wayne and Valarie
Meredith, can already picture
their son counting victories,
whether it's scoring points on the
football field or matching wits on
the debate team.
But Parker first has another
battle to win.
In March, Parker was diag-
nosed with a rare and aggressive
form of cancer called rhabdo-


myosarcoma, or RMS. Doctors
found a malignant tumor nearly
the size of a baseball on Parker's
prostate growing up into the
mouth of his bladder.
Within days, Parker began a
39-week regimen of chemother-
apy and radiation treatment at
All Children's Hospital in St.
Petersburg. Then, on June 7, the
family including the ,couple's
8-year-old daughter, Jordan,
traveled to St. Jude's Hospital in
Memphis, Tenn., for an experi-
mental treatment called image-
guided radiotherapy.
For the treatment, which is
done five days each week, Parker


Deborah
Hancock, left,
Marsha
Winters and
Mike Green
are a part of
the team of
volunteers
that keep
contributed
food and other
essential
goods flowing
through the
United Food
Bank to needy
families
throughout
East Hills-
borough
County.


"We believe in prayer,
and we always believe
there is hope, and Parker
is a testament to that."
VALARIE MEREDITH
Parker's mother

is put under general anesthesia
and a beam of radiation is aimed
at the tumor. He will undergo his
last treatment Aug. 2, for a total of
28 radiation treatments.
Through it all, the Merediths -
and the medical staff involved in
Parker's treatment have mar-


veled at their son's patience,
maturity and resilience.
"He's amazing," Valarie Mere-
dith said. "He's not had any days
when he's down for the count. If
he had his hair and his eyebrows
you would never know he was a
cancer patient."
Valarie, 35, credits Parker's
pediatrician, Florencio Nadal of
Brandon, with catching the
tumor early enough to give him a
real chance at survival. Doctors
have told the family Parker is
responding to the radiation, but
his survival is not a sure thing:

See PARKER, Page 17


COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE


United Food Bank Needs Larger Vault


PRESSING NEED PROMPTS
CALL FOR HELP
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneraLcom
A local distributor of food, personal
care items, medicine and cash for
emergency situations is looking for
more room to operate.
Officials at the United Food Bank,
712 E. Alsobrook St., have put out a
pressing call for continued contribu-
tions from the public and a new and
larger facility.


"The needs for our services in east
Hillsborough County are great," said
food bank director Linda Lawson. "The
number of families that we provide
with food and other necessities contin-
ues to climb. Our summer program
working with area schools has brought
us in contact with many families that
need help feeding their children."
Lawson got with Barbara Franques,
Area 6 director for the Hillsborough
County school district, to identify fami-
lies that might need assistance.
"Families with children receiving
See FOOD, Page 19


Parker Meredith,
2, loves his
cowboy hat.
Underneath is a
head left
hairless from a
battery of
chemotherapy
and radiation
treatments.
Below, Parker
sits calmly while
a nurse flushes
his port, a hole
in his chest used
for several
purposes such as
administering
chemotherapy
and drawing
blood. Medical
staff at St.
Petersburg' All
Children's
Hospital have
told the family
they rarely have
seen a 2-year-
old with Parker's
maturity and
ability to handle
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4th Tuesday of every month, 1-2pm
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Bereaved Parents
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Bereaved Parents of the USA will
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Adult

Entertainment

Ordinance

Under Review

PUBLIC HEARINGS
START JULY 25
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Plant City residents will
have two chances to give their
input about proposed
changes to the city's adult
entertainment ordinance
during two upcoming public
hearings.
The hearings take place at
City Hall, 302 W. Reynolds St.,
on July 25 and Aug. 8.
The new ordinance would
replace a portion of city code
written decades ago and not
updated since. City officials
said there is a need to update
the old code.
"The U.S. Supreme Court
has ruled that local govern-
ments may regulate adult
uses of entertainment so long
as the restrictions are
designed to serve the
government interest, but not
the content of the protected
speech within those estab-
lishments," City Manager
David Sollenberger told city
commissioners during a July
11 meeting.
The city hired Duncan &
Associates to help review and
amend its current adult enter-
tainment regulations. The
review is completed and
several recommendations are
incorporated in the proposed
ordinance.
The "location" section of
the existing ordinance has
been completely rewritten.
Changes such as distance
from residential properties
will make it unlawful to oper-
ate within 750 feet, as opposed
to the current restriction of
500 feet, from a home. The
new ordinance would not
allow two adult stores to be
within 1,000 feet of each
other. The same restriction
applies to an adult store being
placed near any establish-
ment serving alcoholic beve-
rages.
Adult theaters are to be
restricted by design, lighting,
seating and must conform to
standards for handicapped
accessibility. Cabarets will be
restricted in stage design, per-
formance areas, lighting and
separation of performers and
customers.
Special designations are
given to adult theaters, res-
taurants, sex shops and adult
retail businesses.
Explicit activities are
addressed in the proposed
ordinance, covering many
restrictions and violations.
In other action the com-
mission:
+ Approved the rezoning of
a 1-acre parcel on Alexander
Street between Alsobrook and
Ball streets to Commercial-1.
Approved changes to the
C-1B zoning to omit towers
and antennas, and include
hospitals.
Were informed of a July 25
workshop needed to discuss
growth management issues.










CALENDAR

SATURDAY
Car show
The l'liin City Chamber
of Commerce hosts the
Strawberry Classic Car
Show in downtown near
McCall Park on the third
Saturday of every month
from 4 to 9 p.m.
The next show will be
July 16.

Unity fundraiser
Unity in the Commu-
nity, a fundraising group
whose mission is to help
feed Plant Ciry's needy,
offers food during the Bike
Fest and Strawberry Clas-
sic Car Show at the Plant
City Community Bingo
Hall, 105 Arden Mays
Blvd., from 5 to 9 p.m.
The group sells hot
dogs, Polish sausage,
chips, cookies, cakes and
pie, and coffee, soda and
water.
The next sale will be
during the July 16 car
show.
.Call: 752-1275.

Free back-to-school
physical and
immunizations
South Florida Baptist
Hospital and the Back-to-
School Coalition of Hills-
borough Counry will offer
free back-to-school physi-
cals for first-time Florida
student- in grades kinder-
garten to 12 and tree
immunizations to infants
through R18-year-olds luly
16 from 9 a.m to 1 p.m. dt
Medical Arts Center. 1601
W Timberlane Drive.
There will be free shots
and school physical.
Screenings include, \ision,
blood pressure. urinalysis,
hematocrit and height/
weight. No sports. Head
Start or day care physical
will be offered. Parents
should bring current shot
records for their kids.
Registration required.
Call: 754-4444.


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Vote To Kill Olympic Softball Shocks ISF Officials


'HURTS WOMEN'S

INVOLVEMENT

IN SPORT'
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Don Porter, president of the
Plant City-based International
Softball Federation, is ready to
play hardball.
Following a decision by the
International Olympic Com-
mittee to remove women's
softball from the 2012 Olym-
pics in London, Porter is dig-
ging in at the plate for a fight.
"This is a battle with just
one man, Jacques Rogge, the
head of the International
Olympic Committee," Porter
said. "He pressured members
of the IOC to make this deci-
sion. Last month a committee
in the IOC released a report
that supported women's soft-
ball in the Olympics. But
Rogge has been trying to elim-
inate the sport from the pro-
gram since 2001. He was
insistent. There is no rationale
to his position. It is something
that is just stuck inside his
head."
The IOC's decision to
remove softball and baseball
was the first time that a sport
has been eliminated from the
program since 1936. Baseball
has been an Olympic sport
since 1992, softball since
1996.
The two sports will be part
of the 2008 Olympics in Beij-
ing.
The IOC had planned to
add two sports to replace soft-
ball and baseball, and karate
and squash appeared to be the
favorites for a vote on July 8.
Both were supported by
Rogge, but two-thirds
approval was required for the
sports to be added to the pro-
gram, and neither received
more than one-third of the
votes.
The ISF's annual budget of
more than $1 million, used to
promote softball throughout
the world, is provided by the
IOC. But the loss of income
will not be felt by the local


,


Photo by Franco Bagattini
Don Porter, right, president of the International Softball Federation based in Plant City, and
International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge have gone head to head in the past
over keeping women's softball as an Olympic sport. Now Rogge finally got his wish, Porter said,


federation until 2012, officials
said. If Rogge had his way
those cuts would have come
much sooner, Porter said.
"During a 2001 meeting in
Mexico City, Rogge wanted to
eliminate softball," Porter
said. "He voiced that opinion
to the IOC program commit-


tee. He was defeated. He asked
that rugby, a sport he played
for one year in college, be rec-
ognized as an Olympic sport.
That was also defeated. Last
month, he supported Paris for
the- 2012 Games. Instead,
London won out. Then, on
July 8, in Singapore, he finally


got his way."
In a secret ballot a simple
majority of the 116-member
IOC voted to remove baseball
and softball from the 2012
games.
Porter doesn't think that

See SOFTBALL, Page 16


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tmarrero@mediageneral.com
U.S. Sen. and former NASA astronaut Bill
Nelson touched down in Plant City last week to
hear residents' concerns at a town hall meet-
ing.
Comments and questions from the audience
that filled the Sadye Gibbs Martin auditorium
in City Hall July 7 varied widely, from remarks
about global warming to a complaint about the
hours of the Plant City post office.
Plant City City Commissioner Rick Lott
asked Nelson to do his best to stop the reduc-
tion of money allocated to the Community
Development Block Grant, or CDBG, fund.
CDBG funds are used by municipalities to pay
for improvements such as streets and storm
water projects, especially in poorer areas.
"Each year our budget gets trimmed when
we need it to go the other way," Lott said,
pointing out that Plant City has received as
much as 25 percent less in CDBG funding than
it did three years ago. "From a community


TONY MARRERO/Staff photo
Anna Spinella of Tampa speaks with U.S. Sen.
Bill Nelson after a town hall meeting Nelson
hosted in City Hall July 7. Spinella is desig-
nated caregiver for three of her relatives and
implored Nelson to fight for Medicaid reform.

standpoint, we've done a very effective job
using those funds."
Nelson has heard that same refrain from
across the state and said he supports legisla-
tion proposed that would keep CDBG appro-
priations at least at last year's levels.
Anna Spinella of Tampa traveled to Plant
City to implore Nelson to do something about
cuts to Medicaid that have left the needy

See NELSON, Page 12


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FAMILY


LIVING


BETTY'S PLACE


WEDDINGS


English-Verner
Edward Miller Verner and
Amanda Diane English were
married Nov. 20, 2004, at First
United Methodist Church of
Plant City.
The bride is the daughter of
Rodney and Lucinda English.
The double-ring ceremony
was conducted by the Rev.
Alan Beaver.
Organist was Richard
Wisher.
Matron of honor was Lakre-
tia Macias, a friend of the
bride.
Best man was Jamie Verner,
brother of the groom.
Bell ringers were David and
Robert Verner, sons of the
groom.
Flower girl was. Vaviel
Verner, daughter of the
groom.
Ushers were Ken Gibbs and
Gil Gott, both friends of the
groom, Jonathan Swindle,
friend of the bride, and Phillip
Balliet, uncle of the bride.
The bride wore a mermaid-
style gown of satin fabric and
candlelight color designed by
Brides by Demetrious. The
strapless, pointed heart-


Amanda and Edward Verner
shaped bodice was adorned
with fresh water pearls, glass
beads and silver sequins in the
form of a "V" and then fol-
lowed along the back edge
and hem of the gown.
A champagne and dessert
reception followed the cere-
mony at the Lakeland Linder
Regional Airport.


Special to The Courier
Everything's bigger and hotter in Texas: Temperatures near 100 degrees didn't stop David
Green and his wife, Patricia, from enjoying a family reunion of kin from David's mother's side.


One Hot Family Reunion


David and Patricia Green
are singing "Abilene, Abilene,
sweetest place I've ever seen,"
though I heard these longtime
Plant City residents could
substitute "hottest place I've
ever seen."
The couple have just
returned from a week with 45
kin folks (on David's mother's
side, the Cox family). The
temperatures got up near 100
in this Texas town, but the
heat did not deter everyone
from having a great time on
July Fourth getting to know the
new additions to the family.
Plans have already been
made for the next reunion to
be in Colorado.

Maryse's move
Maryse Dale is sure going to
be missed in Plant City,
although her move to Lake-
land will be a "homecoming" -
she's moving to Carpenter's
Home. Maryse was on the
student crew at Florida
Southern College when the
Frank Lloyd Wright buildings
were constructed. After
graduation, she taught at
Andrew College in Cuthbert,
Ga., and then in Chicago.
The East Hillsborough
Historical Society will miss
her. She has been a volunteer
at the Quintilla Geer Bruton
Archives Center every week for
more than 10 years. She also
served as a docent at Florida
Southern. I bet she has lots of
interesting stories on the
Wright project.
God bless your move,
Maryse!

By the book
The East Hillsborough
Historical Society book signing
July 7, which featured sales of
the two recent releases,


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


"Images of America: Plant
City" and "Plant City In
Vintage Postcards" was
successful.
Members sold more than 60
books and I'm told the society
is going to place an order for
300 more. Quite a few Plant
Citians previewed John's
"Judgment of Solomon," and it
was sure fun seeing the smiles
of those who modeled for this
work of art, including David
Hawthorne, Jack and Beryl
Wolff (who had just returned
from Jack's high school
reunion in Chicago and a visit
to his family), and Stanley and
Susan Kolker, who came the
following day just before it was
delivered to Ocala.
I've been asked to announce
that the historical society is
now taking applications for
craft and food vendors for the
annual Pioneer Day to be held
in November. Call Brenda at
757-9226 for information.

Safe after the storm?
We're hoping the Rev. Lester
and Caroline Durst of Pensa-
cola did not suffer any damage
to their church or home in
Pensacola during the recent
storm. Many remember Durst


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who was at St. Peter's Episco-
pal for more than five years.

Smooth sailing
Mayor John Dicks and his
wife, Sharon, told me that their
son, Jared, of the U.S. Naval
Academy, came in third in the
sailboat race from Massachu-
setts to Bermuda. And guess
whose boats they pulled in
next to? Ross Perot and
Geraldo Rivera. Perot proved
to be a perfect neighbor and
visited with Jared and the crew
of the American Promise.

Stein shines
Congratulations to Holly
Stein (one of our favorite
Market Restaurant servers)
who won an award and
scholarship for her talent in
the Miss Florida competition -
Plant City is sure proud of you!

Larsen's lead
Randy Larsen is being
honored on Aug. 25 for his
commitment and contribu-
tions to our community with
the Plant City YMCA's Strong
Leader Award.
Randy was a longtime city
commissioner and mayor. Last
year the Y honored Betty
Chambers. If you are interested
in attending a dinner at the
Ramada Inn Plantation House
to show thanks to Randy, call
Mary Jo Flamm at 757-6677.
Admission is $75 per person,
or $1,000 for corporate spon-
sorship and table of eight.
Space is limited space, so
register early.
Send items to gabylee@ao-
Lcom or mail or hand deliver
them to The Courier, c/o Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St.,
Plant City, FL 33566.


ENGAGEMENTS


Jessica Swonger
and Rusty Carroll


ANNIVERSARIES

Polston 50th anniversary
Harold and Helen Voncele
Polston celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary at a party
hosted by their children July 7
at a restaurant in Zephyrhills.
They were married July 8,
1955, in Bartow.
The former Helen Sullivan
was born in Plant City and is a
homemaker.
Harold was born in Gallo-
way and is retired from
General Foods. They are both
lifelong residents of the Plant
City area.
They have a son, Darrell of
Plant City; two daughters,
Kathy of Plant City and Susie
of Winter Haven; four grand-
children; and three great-
grandchildren.


Swonger-Carroll
Steven Swonger of Duluth,
Ga., and Elaine Swonger of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Jessica Elaine Swonger, to
Rusty Edward Carroll. He is
the son of Jack and Kathy Car-
roll of Carnesville, Ga.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Plant City High School,
Plant City Adult Cosmetology
and Shellville Cosmetology of
Georgia.
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Franklin County
High School.
A July 30 wedding is
planned at 4 p.m. at Southern
Oaks in Lavonia, Ga.


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Excerpts from
'The Little Mermaid'
The Plant City Children's
Theatre will present excerpts
from "The Little Mermaid"
July 31 at 3 p.m. and Aug. 1 at
1:30 and 7 p.m. at HCC Plant
City campus, 1206 N. Park
Road.
'Beauty and the Beast'
Plant City Entertainment
Inc. continues its run of Dis-
ney's "Beauty and the Beast"
July 15-16 and July 22-23 at 8
p.m. and July 17 at 2 p.m. in
the auditorium of Hills-
borough Community Col-
lege'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 avail-
able in advance. Advance
tickets available at Hardee's
Fashions, 1501 N. Wheeler
St.
Call: 928-1259.


Nominations sought for
Agricultural Hall of Fame
Nominations are now
being accepted for candi-
dates to the Florida Agricul-
tural Hall of Fame in 2006:
The deadline for submis-
sions is Sept. 1.
The Florida Agricultural
Hall of Fame was created to
honor Florida's agricultural
pioneers and leaders.
Anyone can submit a
nomination on behalf of a
candidate, however, all nom-
ination forms must be com-
pleted as specified in the
instructions.
The nominees, chosen by
an independent panel of
judges, will be announced
later this year. The induction
ceremony will take place
during the 28th annual Flor-
ida Agricultural Hall of Fame
banquet and awards cere-
mony at the Florida State
Fair in February.
See ROUNDUP, Page 15


PCHS class of '85
The Plant City High School
class of 1985 will host its 20th
reunion July 22 and 23 at the
Ramada Inn Plantation House,
2011 N. Wheeler St.
Classmates should call 874-
9967 or visit reunioncelebra-
tions.com.
Kiwanis
The Plant City Kiwanis Club
meets Wednesdays at noon at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St.
Call: Ken Gibbs, 752-6171.

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club in-
vites singles to a dance Fridays
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 for nonmembers.
Call: 647-5754 or 653-2020.


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Binnicker
Margaret B. Binnicker, 55, of Plant
City died July 4.
She was born in Tampa and was a
lifelong resident of Plant City.
She was a clerical worker for U.S.
Filter.
She is survived by her husband,
Henry; a son, Lance Luzey of New
Orleans; two brothers, Victor Borden
and Henry Borden, both of Honduras;
and two sisters, Hessie Borden of Hon-
duras and Sylvia White of Tampa.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Carinder
Jennie G. Carinder, 90, of Lakeland
died July 8.
She was born in New York and was a
homemaker.
She is survived by a sister, Lillian
King; two nephews, Don Bell of Lake-
land and Charles Bell of Linden, Mich.;
and several great, great-great and
great-great-great nieces and nephews.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Carractic
Maurice G. Carractic, 75, of Plant
City died July 7.
He was born in Providence, R.I., and
was a metal polisher.
He is survived by his wife, Vernell;
and a daughter, Tina McCraney of
Clearwater.

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Hall
Rose E. Hall, 92, of Brandon died
July 9.
She was born in Max, N.D. and was a
longtime resident of this area.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by two daughters,
Carol Chepulis of Brandon and Doro-
thy O'Grady of Kansas City, Mo.; a
daughter-in-law, Noreen Hall of
Darian; nine grandchildren; 14 great-
grandchildren; and four great-great-
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Hickman
Lucille Hickman, 68, of Lakeland
died July 7.
She was born in Plant City and was a
lifelong resident of this area.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by two daughters,
Lynda Goterba of Columbus, Ga., and
Mary Ashworth Medina of Nicholas-
ville, Ky.; three brothers, Pete Mattair,
Bobby Mattair and Johny Mattair, all of
Plant City; four sisters, Alberta Clen-
dening of Lakeland, Joyce Birdsong of
Arkansas, Helen Steele of Winter
Haven and Mary Price of Lakeland;
eight grandchildren; and five great-
grandchildren.
Gentry-Morrison Northside Funeral
Home, Lakeland.

Hooker
Julian Hooker, 77, of Plant City died


July 5.
He was born in Hahira, Ga., and
came here from Georgia.
He was a farmer and a Baptist.
He is survived by his wife, Betty Jo; a
son, Larry D. of Plant City; and a
brother, Curtis of Brandon.
Haught Funeral Home.

Hutcheson
Rosa Booth Hutcheson, 96, of Plant
City died July 6.
She was born in Cork and was a life-
long resident of the area.
She was a homemaker and attended
Bethany Baptist Church.
She is survived by two sons, Ross of
Lakeland and Herman L. Ussery of
Slocum, Ala.; a daughter, Oleta Funk of
Vero Beach; three brothers; three sis-
ters; nine grandchildren; eight great-
grandchildren; and six
great- great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Oakes
Mary E. Oakes, 89, died July3 in Rus-
sellville, Ark.
She was born in Dover and was a
graduate of Florida Southern College
in Lakeland, and Western State College
where she received two master's
degrees in elementary education.
She taught school for more than 30
years at Mango School in Mango.
She is survived by her son, Buddy of
Chumuckla; a daughter, Maxine Ken-
drick of Pottsville, Ark.; a brother, Fred
M. "Sonny" Simpson; two sisters, Joyce


Masson and Betty Ford; six grandchil-
dren; eight great-grandchildren; and
many nieces and nephews.
Eastern Gate Funeral Home.

Olds
Jennis Lindsey Olds, 90, of Plant City
died July 8.
She was born in Cookville, Tenn.,
and was a longtime resident of this
area.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her husband,
Alvie Olds; two daughters, Shirley
LaCrone and Wilma Hutcheson, both
of Plant City; a step-son, Larry Olds of
Plant City; two step-daughters, Roberta
Jenison and Melinda Manis, both of
Marianna; 15 grandchildren; and 16
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Thompson
Warren G. Thompson, 58, of Plant
City died July 5.
He was born in Kentucky and came
here from Chicago 28 years ago.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of the
Vietnam War and a mechanic.
He is survived by his wife, Barbara;
two daughters, Lori Lesler of Lakeland
and Holly Wunder of Plant City; a son,
Douglas of Plant City; three brothers,
Wayne Lyles of Tennessee, Roger of
Illinois and Jeff of Kentucky; a sister,
Pamela of Kentucky; and five grand-
children.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.


Continued From Page 11
Call: 752-6064.

Church hosts drama ministry
Alafia Baptist Church, 222
Alafia Church Road in Lithia,
will host Trevor Thomas
Drama Ministries July 29 at 7


p.m. A freewill offering will be
taken.
Call: Patti, 684-0081 or 695-
6900.

Bible school
Plant City Community


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Mud Lake Road, will offer "J-
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Ultimate Truth," each
Wednesday through Aug. 8
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The school
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Nomination forms may be
requested by calling 628-4551,
or by writing: Chairman, Flor-
ida Agricultural Hall of Fame
Foundation, 4508 Oak Fair
Blvd., Suite 290, Tampa, FL
33610. Nomination forms are
also available online at
www.flaghalloffame.com.

Meals on Wheels
Meals and Wheels of Plant
City seeks volunteers to deliver
meals and work in the office.
Drivers use their own cars.
Call: 754-9932.

Consumer complaints
answered
The Hillsborough County
State Attorney's Office has
opened a consumer protection
agency in Plant City. Consum-
ers can schedule appoint-
ments to speak with an
investigator about their com-
plaints on the second and
fourth Friday of each month.
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Crisis Center seeks volunteers
The Crisis Center of Tampa
Bay seeks volunteers to pro-
vide crisis counseling on its
24-hour crisis hot line.
Day, evening and weekend
shifts are available. No experi-
ence is necessary. Training will
be provided. Information: 969-
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GED classes
The Adult and Community
Education program offers free
general equivalency diploma
and English classes to anyone
18 years and older. Classes are
Monday and Thursdays from
6 to 9 p.m. at Esther D. Burney
Elementary School, 901 S.
Evers St.
Free day care is provided
while students are in class.
Call: Rojina Durant or Jennifer
Giorgio, 707-7334, Monday
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Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan Club
meets the first and third
Thursday of every month at 6:
45 a.m. at Kristii's Restaurant,
110 E. Reynolds St.
Information: Pat Pogue,
754-4680.

Home and Community
Education
The Hillsborough Associa-
tion for Home and Commu-
nity Education seeks
members.
HCE partners with the Hills-
borough County Extension
Service to better serve Hills-
borough County residents arid
host the adult Neighborhood
Village competition at the
Strawberry Festival, make
"ouch" dolls to give to chil-
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Fisherman found dead
A 67-year-old Plant City man was found
floating in the water July 6 at Edward Medard
Regional Park, said Hillsborough County Sher-
iffs Office officials.
The sheriffs office received a call about 10
a.m. after a boater spotted a small boat aban-
doned and wedged in the weeds. The body of
Ethylon Underwood, 6501 Cathedral Oaks
Drive, was seen floating nearby.
Sheriff's divers recovered the body about 12:
30 p.m. An autopsy will be performed to
determine the cause of death.
Underwood had arrived at the park early
Wednesday to go fishing by himself, a sheriffs
spokesman said.

Police arrest more than 50 on drug charges
Plant City Police recently concluded two
separate missions, Operation Fed Up and


Operation About Face, to crack down on illegal
drugs in the area. City Manager David Sollen-
berger announced the results of these investi-
gations at the July 11 city commission
meeting.
Operation Fed Up: 25 arrests; seven search
warrants; four drug houses closed by code
enforcement; recovery of a stolen compressor
worth $700; 487.3 grams of crack cocaine
seized; 1.5 grams of methamphetamine seized;
282.4 grams of marijuana seized; with 52 gang-
related contacts and three gang-related
arrests.
Operation About Face: 26 drug-related
arrests; six gang-related arrests; three search
warrants; one arrest for prostitution; 1,664.9
grams of marijuana seized; 15.4 grams of crack
cocaine seized; small amounts of methamphe-
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attempting to get on the sweet side of Rogge is
the way to get this decision reversed.
"The whole thing seems political to me," he
said. "I am not calling it anti-American. I am
not calling it prejudice. But 54 European
nations dominate the IOC. There has to be pol-
itics involved in it somewhere."
The IOC voted on each of 28 sports repre-
sented in the Olympics. It took at least 59 votes
to keep a sport on the program. Porter's prom-
ised 64 votes apparently did not hold up.
"The votes will remain secret, but I have
asked the IOC to release the totals on the soft-
ball vote," Porter said. "Something just doesn't
add up. I had commitments from 64 IOC mem-
bers to vote to keep the same program in the
Olympics. Something is wrong with the math."
Porter isn't sure what he can do to reverse
the decision. But. he isn't going to give up,
either.
"I'm looking for the national media to get
involved," Porter said. "I'm referring to -the
Associated Press, Time/Warner, Sports Illus-
trated, ESPN, Newsweek, whoever. They need
to pressure Rogge and the IOC to get these
sports reinstated. Aside from baseball, Olympic
softball is a women's competition. The world-
wide Olympic movement is dedicated in part
to promote female athletes and games com-
peted in by women."
ESPN is scheduled to carry the ISF World


Cup being played in Oklahoma City, the former
home of the ISF, July 14-18.
"Eliminating a sport, any sport that provides .
good will and sportsmanship around the world,
should be treated harshly by our national
media," Porter said. "Eliminating one of the
few women's sports that stands alone in the
field is absurd. In the Olympics you have men
and women involved in track and field, water
polo, soccer, volleyball and gymnastics. But
only women play softball. And they play it at a
high skill level. In the Olympics, it is a women's
sport. The IOC should be made to not only
reconsider the move, but to reverse it."
The ISF supports softball in 126 of the 188
nations around the world, said ISF spokesman
Bruce Wawryzniak. During the organization's
history, ISF supporters, made up of universi-
ties, amateur and professional leagues, and
sports equipment manufacturers, have con-
tributed softball equipment, uniforms and
other related items to the organization. In turn,
the bats, balls, gloves, bases and helmets are
distributed free of charge to poor countries.
"Better to throw balls than bombs," Porter is
fond of saying. "We support the Olympic spirit.
Women's softball is appreciated around the
world. It was the fourth highest rated sport of
all those televised during the 2000 games
played in Sydney. The fans responded well to
us during the Athens Olympics. The Chinese
are working hard to compete with the world's
best in Beijing in 2008."
"We'll be there," Porter said. "And after that
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PARKER
Continued From Page 1
they have given Parker a 70 percent to 75 per-
cent chance to live.
"We believe in prayer, and we always believe
there is hope, and Parker is a testament to
that," Valarie said.
The Merediths, who live in Cork, also have
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During the couple's two-month stay in Ten-
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cancer. Doctors found a tumor
nearly the size of a baseball
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PARKER
Continued From Page 17
cancer patients.
When facing a trial such as
Parker's, "You have to
choose," Hamilton said. "You
can be bitter or better, and I
think if you rise to the
occasion, God honors that."

Support from many fronts
The family has made it up
to this point with that kind of
help, Valarie said.
The Bellamy Brothers, who
own a ranch in Pasco County,
recently put on a benefit show
that raised $10,000, which
helped with medical bills but
went quickly. Perhaps just as
important, though, is the
moral support, such as from
the family's fellow congrega-
tion members at Victory
Church in Lakeland, who have
filled the family's mailbox
with cards of inspiration.
"It's just constant contact,
letting us know they're there,"


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Parker shows off his pleasant disposition during a visit with his
grandfather, Ira Roberts of Plant City.


Valarie said.
She said she was pleased
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who have lost their hair just as
Parker has. Even at 2, she said
he is acutely aware of his hair
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"He came up to me one day
and said, 'Mommy, I'm bald,'
and took my hair and put it on
his head and looked in the
mirror across the room," she
said.
All of the support will help
Parker get back to what he
loves: playing with his trucks,


plucking a guitar, hanging out
with his grandparents, Ira and
Glenda Roberts of Plant City.
Valarie said she looks for-
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she has gleaned from the
experience.
"I hope at some point in
time I can get involved in vol-
unteering to make people's
lives better who are going
through this, thinking back to
our experience and what
helped us," she said.
Then, she added, "But first
we have to get through what
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FOOD
Continued From Page 1
free meals during the school
year are in no better position
to feed their children during
the summer months," Lawson
said. "The number of truly
dependent families is growing
with the general population.
Our clients number in the
thousands each year. We
simply need more room."
Lawson is hoping to acquire
a building for United Food
Bank that will provide that
room.
"The bigger the better,"
Lawson said. "I went to the
city about using the old police
station. We need something of
that size to help people, not
only with necessities like food
and over the counter med-
icine, but also with training
and technical skills that will
help them improve their
employment picture."
The small rental area the
food bank is squeezed into
now has about 1,000 square
feet of floor space, Lawson
said.
"We pay for our overhead
through fundraisers and
grants. Much of our work is
done through volunteers. Only
two of the 17 workers are paid
employees. Without those
who help us out, we couldn't
survive," Lawson said. "We are.
looking for someone, some
corporation or business, to
step up and provide us with
more space.
Lawson said she still can't
get over how many families
are in need of assistance in the
area.
"Most people who live
around here just don't see the
poverty of some families in
our area," she said. "We see it
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operate on referrals from
other family assistance serv-
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the finances of the affected
families, we know they are in
need."
Lawson's plans for the
United Food Bank are as large
as that need. She has talked
with Hillsborough Commu-
nity College regarding a part-
nership to train family
providers with vocational and
technical skills.
"Linda Lawson and I are
trying to find a way to help
provide education and assis-
tance to a number of her cli-
ents," said Felix Haynes,
president of HCC's Plant City
campus. "Many of these
people don't have high school
diplomas or (general equiva-
lency diplomas). The college
can help finance the basic
educational needs for those
clients. But the funds are
limited. Linda's first need is to
find an improved facility."
Haynes said the money
available for primary
education needs in the com-
munity come from a rent-rev-
enue account. Money
collected through the renting
of local college facilities for
private functions stays within
the college, and can be ear-
marked for projects such as


what Lawson is planning.
"Technically trained resi-
dents are something that
prospective employers are
looking for when they study a
location," Lawson said. "Plant
City has lost some attractive
employers because of the
limited work force in our area.
Our contacts in the field iden-
tify men and women who
want to improve their skills.
But the circumstances do not
allow them to gain training in
traditional ways. We would
like to give them a better
option."
Lawson looks at this assis-
tance and training facility as a
device that will improve the
entire community. An
improved skill level in the
workforce, continued over the
long term, will help make
Plant City a self-sufficient and
prosperous town, she said.
"It will take a whole com-
munity working together to
make it work," Lawson said.
"But history proves this town
pulls together best when the
need is great. Rapid growth
will be an obvious test of how
we develop as a town. I want
to help us meet that test and
pass it with flying colors." .
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Baseball Teams Fare


Well At Districts


MINORS, 11-YEAR-OLDS,

SENIORS ALL WIN
By DAREK SHARP
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With a little scare from their
friends, the Plant City Ameri-
can 9- and 10-year-old boys
won the District 4 title. Edging
Plant City National in order to
advance to the championship
game, PC American defeated
Lakeland City Orange, 6-5, to
secure the trip to the sectional
round.
The Minor all-stars will
have some familiar company
in Dade City for this week-
end's Section 4 tournament.
The Plant City 11-year-olds
will also be there, having won
their district on June 26. The
Senior stars also earned a trip,
and hoping to join them were
the Plant City National teams
in both the Major and Junior
(13-14) age groups.
Whatever happens at the
section tournament, the 9-10
team wil be prepared. It went
through the district unde-
feated but definitely got some
experience in pressure situa-
tions, withstanding last-
inning rallies in its final two
contests.
The first three games were
much easier. Jason Prevatt
gave up three unearned runs
in the first inning but cruised
after that in Plant City's open-
ing win, 13-3, over Auburn-
dale. Then against North
Lakeland American, Plant City
won 16-0 in four innings.
Brandon Miller tossed a two-
hitter. Drake Wyatt pitched
another shutout, 7-0, against
Lakeland City Tangerine.
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teams against each other in a


winners bracket final in Poin-
ciana. The National team,
mostly 9-year-olds compared
to the older American squad,
trailed 5-2 going into the final
inning, but Keven Long got
things started with a bunt and
Dustin Lawson added a
double. A couple of walks with
the bases loaded pulled the
Nationals to within a run.
Then with a 3-1 count one
more ball and the game was
tied PC American coach
Steve Shields put Miller into
the game. He came through
with a pair of strikes to end the
thriller.
"To come into that situation
cold like that, where one ball
and it's 5-5 with all the
momentum on their side,,
that's not easy," Shields said.
"They had us scared for sure.
They played us tough."
Plant City National then
had to play Lakeland City
Orange, and again had the
tying run on in the final inning
but lost 4-3.
"Our kids were awesome.
Unbelievable for a group of 9-
year-olds" said National
manager Steve Gude, who
predicted big things when the
bulk of his group turns 10 next
year. Kenny Wright, Alston
Alba and Noah Herrin led the
National pitching staff. Sergio
Garcia and Colby Diers were
top hitters along with Long
and Dawson, and Tyler Bar-
nett, Jared Donini, Cam
Townsend, Kyle Wynne and
Caleb Gude all were key con-
tributors, especially on
defense.
Expecting a much tougher
time of things in Dade City will
be the 11-year-old squad,
which needed just two victo-
ries against Haines City to win
that district's crown. The


scores were pretty one-sided:
10-0 and 35-2. Evan Bowles
threw a no-hitter and hit a
home run in the first game,
and Kenneth Floyd homered
in both. The Seniors also
needed just two victories,
taking Haines City, 8-1, and
then Lake Wales, 10-0. Plant
City only allowed two hits in
Lakeland City, with Jeff Jacob-
sen and Brent Butler combin-
ing for a no-hitter in the
clinching game. Adam Pal-
umbo homered in Game 1.
In the Majors, PC National
was schedule to play against
Lake Wales, needing to win
twice for the district title.
Plant City coach Dennis
Pakanik said he thinks Lake
Wales could be the best team
in the state, but added, "I


think we're one of the best,
too," and was hoping to prove
it Tuesday.
After starting with a 4-0 loss
to Lake Wales, Plant City
National took its next five
games by a combined score of
42-7, including 10-0 over a PC
American team that had used
up its pitching two days
before.
As for the Juniors, Plant City
National was off to a 2-0 start
after beating Haines City, 13-
3, and Hardee, 16-4. But then
Plant City narrowly lost to
Lake Wales over the weekend,
4-3, leaving 10 runners on
base, including one stranded
on second base with nobody
out in the final inning.
It needed to beat North


Lakeland Tuesday, then Lake
Wales twice in what would be
a doubleheader Wednesday.
The other Plant City team,
the American League all-stars,
only had three 14-year olds
but still managed to go 3-2 in
the Junior tourney. They
started with a big upset of
North Lakeland, as Jonathan
Alvarez had a strong pitching
performance and singled
home the winning run.
North Lakeland would
return to eliminate PC Ameri-
can on Monday, 14-1, setting
up its Tuesday game with PC
National.
Ross Kip struck out 21 for
PC American and Kyle Madill
led all hitters with a .421 ave-
rage and seven RBIs.


Little League Players Gear Up For Sectional Tour
DADE CITY WILL HOST turn around to play the District 25 "The Lake Wales people erupted,"
teams on Saturday. said Plant City coach Andy Knotts. "We
v u 1 l. "


By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
It will be a busy Dade City Little
League complex this weekend, popu-
lated by at least a half-dozen Plant City
teams. All of the District 4 champions
from Plant City are playing Friday
night against opponents from District
13, which covers the Brandon area.
Plant City is certain to be repre-
sented by three softball teams, three
more in baseball and potentially two
others depending on how the Junior
and Major National boys did this
week.
The Section 4 tournament will be the
same format for all age groups, both in
baseball and softball. Three teams, all
winners of their districts, make up the
sectional group. The round-robin
tournament will be played out over
three days, beginning Friday night.
That means two games for each
team, and from the Plant City squads'
perspectives they are hoping the
second game is on Sunday.
The winners of the Friday games
advance to play Sunday against the
District 25 champs, which will be
teams from north Hillsborough and
Pasco counties. Friday night's losers


Two Plant City Little League softball
teams will be well-rested, having gone
more than two weeks since winning
their district championships. While the
9- and 10-year-old team posted three
blowout victories without surrender-
ing a hit, the Major team went through
two heart-stopping contests to knock
off Lake Wales.
Needing two victories against a Lake
Wales team that had previously beaten
them, the Plant City 11- and 12-year-
old girls pulled off an incredible pair of
narrow decisions in North Lakeland.
Especially wild was what took place
in the first meeting, played June 28.
The game was delayed twice by severe
lightning and rain. Under a heavy
downpour and at around 11 o'clock at
night, Lake Wales appeared to have
tied the game in the top of the sixth on
an over-the-fence home run, a rarity
for softball.
But in an understandable fit of
excitement, the home run hitter raced
around the bases and was about to -
because she was going so fast pass
the runner ahead of her, which would
be an automatic out The Lake Wales
coach grabbed the girl to stop her pro-
gress and the umpire called her out.


said, we ll take it, anu move on.
The next night, Plant City won 4-3
against the same pitcher that Lake
Wales had used to beat Plant City
before.
"She throws hard and she likes to hit
the outside corner, so we crowded the
plate, really dug in. And we started hit-
ting her; everyone started hitting,"
Knotts said. "Every girl on the team did
something to help us win."
Chelsea Hanks threw a complete
game for the victory.
No such dramatics, not anything
close, were required by the Plant City
9-10 team. They finished off a stroll
through the District 4 bracket by beat-
ing Lake Wales 20-0 last Tuesday.
Despite the rainy conditions, Kristen
Wyckoff did not walk a batter and
struck out 10 in a no-hitter.
In three games, Plant City outscored
its opponents 56-0, while its pitchers
did not allow a hit. Also, 34 of Plant
City's 36 recorded putouts were on
strikeouts.
Also winning District 4, without
playing a game yet, are the Plant City
11-year-olds because they were the
only city to field a team in the age


nament Action
bracket.
Winners from the sectional in Dade
City advance to the state tournament,
which is as far as the 9-10 age group
goes. For the older brackets, a state
victory continues a team on to a possi-
ble World Series berth.
This weekend's format is set up to
reduce potential bad sportsmanship
seen in past sectional tourneys, where
some teams would intentionally lose
because they knew they could afford to
do so and still advance as the
champion.
The most headache-free scenario
will be if the District 25 team wins its
first game, which would be against the
Friday loser. That will create a matchup
of 1-0 teams Sunday; both teams will
know they have to win to advance.
But if the District 25 team loses Sat-
urday, it could already be eliminated
before its Sunday game. The tie-
breaker, should all three teams go 1-1,
is fewest runs allowed. So if the Friday
loser turns around and beats District
25, and if the hosts have already
allowed more runs than the team it jusl
lost to, there would be no incentive to
win Sunday.
Of course, that would be fine to the
Friday winners, which is what all the
Plant City squads are shooting for.


Photo courtesy Chris Prevatt

Minors rule
The Plant City 9-10 all-stars won the District 4 championship to move on to the sectional
tournament in Dade City this weekend. In front, from left, are Zach Shields, Zach Mondoux,
Zach Becesse, Adam Wilson, Drake Wyatt and Juan Mendoza. In the middle, from left, are
Mike Wells, Jason Moldenhauer, Jason Prevatt, Nicholas Rodriguez, Austin VanValkenberg
and Brandon Miller. In back, from left, are coaches Chris Prevatt, Terry Wells, manager
Steve Shields and Jerry Miller.


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I ILegals
RESOLUTION NO 157-2005
A RESOLUTION OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY FLOR-
IDA, PROVIDING NOTICEOF
PROPOSED ENACTMENT
OF AN ORDINANCE BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF PLANT CITY FLOR-
IDA, AMENDING THE ZON-
ING CLASSIFICATION OF
CERTAIN PROPERTY WITH-
IN THE CITY, AS REQUIRED
BY SECTION 166.041, FLOR-
IDASTATUTES AND OTHER
APPLICABLE LAW.
WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission has on this date
read for the first reading
the proposed ordinance
heremafter referred to:
and
WHEREAS, the City of Plant
CIty has initiated a change
in the zoning map designa-
tion of a parcel of land: now
therefore
RESOLVED BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA:
SECTION 1. As required by
Section 166.041, Florida
Statutes, and other appli-
cable law, the City Com-
mission of the City of Plant
City, Florida does hereby.
give notice of the proposed
enactment of an ordinance
entitled,and the substance
of which is:
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
THE DISTRICT BOUNDAR-
IES OFTHE ZONING MAP OF
PLANT CITY FLORIDA, AS
ENACTED BYCHAPTER 102,
PLANT CITY CODE, SO AS
TO CHANGE THE ZONING
CLASSIFICATION OFA PAR-
CEL OF LAND LOCATED AT
THE NORTHWEST CORNER
OF ALSOBROOK STREET
AND CORONET STREET
FROM C-1A NEIGHBOR-
HOOD BUSINESS DISTRICT
AND R-2 MULTIPLE FAMILY
DWELLING DISTRICT TO C-
IC NEIGHBORHOOD BUSI-
NESS DISTRICT.
SECTION 2. The proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, following second
reading, shall be consid-
ered by the City Commis-
sion upon the conclusion of


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the public hearing provid-
ed in Section 4hereof.
SECTION 3. The proposed
ordinance may be inspect-
ed by the public at the of-
fice of the City Clerk at the
Nettle Berry raughon Mu-
nicipal Building (City Hall),
302 West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida.
SECTION 4. The City Com-
mission will hold a public
hearing on said ordinance
at its meeting in the Sadye
Gibbs Martin Auditiorium
of the Nettie Berry Draugh-
on Municipal Building, 302
West Reynolds Street (City
Hall), Plant City, Florida on
August 22, 2005, at 7:30
p.m. or as soon thereafter
as the matter may be
heard, at which time inter-
ested parties and citizens
may appear and be heard
witn respect to the pro-
posed ordinance.
SECTION 5. All persons are
advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made bythe City Com-
mission with respe to any
matter considered at such
meeting, he will need a re-
cord of the proceedings,
and for such purpose ne
may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which
record includes the testi-
mon and evidence upon
whi the appeal is to be
based.
SECTION 6. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any person
with a disability requiring
reasonable accommoda-
tion in order to participate
in this meeting should call
the City Clerk at
813-659-4200 at least 48
hours prior to the public
hearing.
SECTION 7.This resolution,
as notice of the proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance,shall be published in
the Courier, issue of july 14,
2005.
SECTION 8. At the public
hearing referred in Sec-
tion 1 herein, all speakers
shall be limited to three (3)
minutes, unless the speak-


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for additional time no less
than forty-eight (48) hours
priorto said publichearing.
In the event speakers) re-
quest additional time the
determination of the
amount of time to be al-
lowed shall be at the dis-
cretion of the Mayor, but no
speaker shall generally be
allowed more than fifteen
(15) minutes.
SECTION 9. The City CLerk
is directed to mail a copy of
this resolution to each
property owner whose
land is being redesigned
by enactment of the pro-
posed ordinance by refer-
ence to the latest ad valo-
rem tax records.
Adopted by the City Com-
mission on July 11,2005.
Mary-Yvette Thomas,
Commissioner-Acting
Chair
ATTEST:
Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and
correctness:
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
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ORDER FOR APPEARANCE
Case No. 05 FA 682
In re the marriage of:
CARRIEG.RAMSEY
Petitioner
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KEITH B. RAMSEY
Respondent
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NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS
TRADE NAME
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned engaged
in business at 2510 Brock
Rd, Plant City, FL 33565.
Under the name of:
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INTERIORS
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Antiques/ I 4101 Furniture 11 (4101 Furniture I Musical Office Equip. 01 Builder's Sheds & Sporting 69 s /
SCollectible 4 I Instruments & Furniture Supplies Carport Goods Trees
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KiTCHEN CABINET DAY BED$275 Dininga m Tbw/6Chb PIANO, Kimball Artist Business Phone Systems 1 1& 2 American Oak PORTABLE storage bids HUNTCLUB3000 ac, no LIQUIDATION-13000 Live
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Oak, no hardware. mafts pop-up trundle. 900, Pine Kg Bdrm Set1 New. 51490 obo. 1 Year Warranty, AT&T, from the Original Guy $1981, 12x1652976,16x24 hogs only, silver springs $1 each, $200 minimum
$600 New, never used, can w/Dresser/2 Night- 813-258-6222or Norstar, voice mail. who started inthis sec- $5526. Built to FLcodes. fl, $1250/member, #47231588 Lakeland cell
813-996-549' deliver.813-926-8507 stand $975, Port Basket- 813-240-5298 .20 yrs exp.813-985-5011 tion. I buy flooring from Call 813-380-4966 3 5 2 2 0 8 3 1 5 6, 863-602-1149
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dolls, many n, ] ..d:- i/wrought ron w/4 er $50. Wicker Day Bed Baby Grand 67"L56.5"W Herman Miller, Allsteel products in stock than installed; Buildings 352-732-4656 (352) 45GAL,4"CAL 14'..$75
tions Seymour Mann, atch$380. Gchars top rattan. $500(13)949-588 Orig. owner. $8700. andmuchmore.70% Off anyone that will sell to Sheds from $1,925. A- 351-5470 25GAL, 3CAL, 12'..50
d others t $1 to t G ashon r Aptonly.352-596-2405 Retail. 6x6 From $399. theublic Containersof most Any Size Available 15GAL 2" CAL ..$25
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2,Antique 19S.chairs.$170 nPIANO RENTALS Desks! Files! Chairs! ramic starting at .99 sf.
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ROLEXY $3200, R VIOLINS New $100 Ger- 6x6 Workstations. Granite Custom Counter- (302)e 736-1445 7 De u Ot AUST. CA E DOG pup-
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at813-623-5594 parel and unload your 24x24x9 $032 speed auto allison loaded, sacrifice! 17'CC'96Fish/Ski,115HP
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ers AKC, sire-FC/ l- ad in theClassified mer- Other SizesAvailable satellite,n 2005 3 TV'sVehle 192004 FishMaster Bdeth
dame-cham ioA PeinYORKIElPUPSwchandiselcolumns 813-713-2333l-788-3501 and much more to list. HOTTUD/SPA, likenew,5 mar, live well, bimmi,
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S546 E Pp7061/352-583-0331 386-698-4842 Hunter Rd, Sat July16, th h kidssafe, trail EstateinE.Hillsborough st sell $ i,49 Call: 17.6' 1994 Caravelle
4600 a 2p58152 a9AM-SPM LTS OF rides, D1200. 4 r old County. (813)763-47685 941 23-3394 Bowrider, I/O, 3L, 13-24 5h
GOLDEN DOODLEAB PUPS, AKC, Bk, YORKIES CKC registered, Household tems MISC ITES onLEy, 1H, kids sae, $1K2001 196" 2001 Sea Pr, 195
Gorgeousrmale,1,200 5males,8iwks, st others.813-855-8992 WINNEBAGO Journey SWIMSPASLookin fora Volvo Penta eng. Galv
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premise ready 05.now! Call WachuaaPPI(CES) Rd. Fri & Sat 7am- & NOWpm. YR TOBIANO MARE IN furnace, s to spve, JET SKI 1999 Yamaha Yahamal50owrs
941-400-2431 336-301-3155 Boat, household furni- FOALFOR 06'to reg.QH, mi. Excellent Condition, withtheaggravation! 17.6 Casco Bay Runner
400-$550.ture,etc. soun-2PM grnbrMovn moving $85,900(813) 363-9589 SpaWarehouse like new, runs mtr.Prcedfor cksellwtop,




















now. 813-677-848 or vNew P pes! sale every mustgo. WANTED! Horses refrig, wired or 12 great, Exc shape, 84 hrs $14,500.813-4t6-2669.,
GOLDEN RETRIEVER Pup- Shiba$199 WantAds now WSaveThousands! batt 90hp special Jon-a 115 4
pies, F,5hamp, bkgrd. Yearcoverage PLANT Cfed-the 4821 Platt 8)754-5777 888-Bate CL RVNearlySS 600 1641LOLBlES!vd,Lutz soke too much to warranty.
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Ready 7/11aised ready PUPPY SALE a ts hold items, ecoFurnitureALFS Alpha -4 exit 14ampa. 813-931-5900
650mat on system available ForSale.300bsto Capers& POOL chemical 18' 1985 Robao CC,
GoldenRetrieE And, Houbuy,sellor breein a Divery 562 Travel clearance ffwhle Saltwater series, low
Giwes Roture rev pupr ered icte goods and avail. 8 13-5 1-5322 they last Hours, No Trlr,
ks old w/healt/ cer- servicesyouneed 19'1995 PROWLER aWarehouse $4,400 813 -8322812
795-9519a A Selection of MoreThan PLANT City 1003 E. Gil HTampaORSES k ew 813-909-2b 187'" Gl atteam fiber-
crest St. Sat July 16, Two Quarter broke for sleeps 6, .A/C, aw.nin 416 W.WatersTpa- glass, 1988, outboard si e i l
Great Dane Pups AKC, 50 PUPPIES 7AM-1PM. Kitchen & trail ridi 1,000.00 ea non smoker, private 813-931-590 motor. many extras
Merle HarlequinsMan- Beagle Bichon Boxer Kids Items, Books, Misc 813-486-.W2 bedroom, excellent a e $ 80 Ste p$3000. 813-689-7265
besathanc1cond, Must See! $6800. SpottAdvertising Works $ 0.8-ed-7
ti-e ChihuaIua, Dachshund, Lots of greatstuff. BlkAngus, blk/whtofacen& 813-391-0433 WantAds
teed/cert,352-495-5749 Lab, Pomeranian, Poodle, V1 Brangus cows divided in a l bT G elp
gS ak ShiheTzu0 Husky, separate herds. Also 25' 1999 ProwlerwSide I MOVEANYSPA 18'ETCSpeedboat,
GREAT DANES, taking de- SlY, Westie, Yorkie, black An us bulls (850) Slide, Very Good Shape Alumin Trailer, 115HP
posit's on ARC pup ies, plus many, many more N510-4854X229)246-1819 Access to Master & it'. 24/7 Mercury, NeedsTLC
w/ health certs, 4- 4- 5 paint mare, 4 (DblDr).1 9500obo. 813-625-0165 $1,500 obo .
F, 4 wks old,$ 00-$50 A ll Puppies Come W th rs. 14 hands, good 813-T: 685-6127fn t he gs
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7 oe-68-896 oFree Vet AVeisit mork Ae dine, very playful 27' SALEM 2005 with su-D1 Fat ba, ,
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IES Beaufll i3ES P ead sJinaingDVD t Julvr mh ,155&T168AM see! $1500.813-748-3562 bed, sleeps 6, many ex- Equip Amustsee! $16,000
PIguard dogs from chan- on100%FoinancingtiyAvail.mU tin.a household items s8 trash. Never been used.
femadh lnesfr 30m sclothine, toys&pmisc ZEBU, Miniaturecowswith $14900obo 727-423-7287 TANNING BEDS For Sale, 863-443-2209 and services
ponsh ines $300 Also, aLarqeSectionof TOMUC t TOLIST calf, $900. Also Minia-0 a me 1
at heronsbayfarm.com Small Animals Birds & TURN TO CLASSIFIED'S ors3 L CHA, Excellent Use! Good Cond. 1995 Grady White,
or call 954-224-1801 All Your Supply Needs Merchandise Columns 813-689-7943 Condition, $500obo.813-754-3624 tournament 150 Yama-
9 52 -5293Ourp5riees are py- t$12.600 1h 2001 Trlr, Apollo Beach
LAB Puppies AKC Allyel- T PLANTCITY2213W. $1200.00 Black & white T 583 $at1, 81-4
low, 1st shots OP 7699 W. Waters Ave. Lanier RdV Multi-Family, nt mare $1400.00 38 Franklin 2005 1T Se Vehicles 19' 2004 FishMaster Bay
SganCparents on site, 813-249-8700 SateJu ey u6th.8AM-2M. ini stallion w/cart ctia -rrfully Boded0 ,Boat140HP 4Stroke, 50
&Champnepaertraonsite, 8132498SabItesJClyoth. s $1000.00 (863) 816-0400 2 slide outs, Central air, 2003 Yam XL700 (2) Jet- hhrs, Fullequip. Every-l
Ch MF 11Sat 210 9 rlntures, )washer/dryer&awnin Eskis, PerfectTRunnngin thininLikeNewCond!
$4Ocaa2-528-415 M-F-9Sat0-9Sun-7 Sh Furniture, WANTED:GOATS SHEEP $23,900813-650-934 & out, Mint Conion $2K
Visa Mc Amex, Discover Houseldtes & Misc LAMAS, & C TO813-2445716
LAB PUPS, AKC, BIk, Yel- P04-070213 H o m s AFiscSk9w6iSea Pro,
low & Choc. parentson PLANTCITY 2702E. Sam RICES PAID. GOOD POP UP CAMPER ,4 201 Singletrailers d2001195
remise ready 8/24/05. PUPPIES Allen Rd. Fri & Sat 15 & NOW813-649-1126 box, furnace, stove, JET SKI 1999 Yamaha Yahama150lowhrs
$400-$p.0.Takingdep. 16. 8AMI2PM Moving sleeps 8, awnin 3 wa GP760 like new, runs mtr.Pricedforquicksell
now. 813-677-8488 or New Puppies! saleeverythingmustgo. WANTED!! Horses, refrg, wired for 2v g ,xcshane,84hrs $14,500.P813-4s6-2669.
813-67coo739 Antiquesetes, toys, ponies tack, trailers., batteryexc cond $4K. w/trailer13A500obo
Cock-a-poo's from $550 household goods., equi. aop pricesdai. 727-744-5753 81id.7-8773 19' DECK BOAT 1993 Sea
LAB PUPS, AKC, shots Shih Tzu $650 Goo Call yndi N-8337with alum hull
wormed, vet cert. Block Shiba$199 WantAds home.Call16WEBUYUGLYPWC&MO- 2003 Yamaha 115 4
head, champ. bkgrd. 1Yearcoverage PLANT. CLASSIFIED TORCYCLESWeasore- strokYeunder8warranty.
Pedirrees. Parents/ CreditCardsAccepted PLTCITy4821 PiatNORSETrailer
parents on site.C4 RdoKnghGriffinRd OK-SN&sTrOAll Makes Brand new trailer, bim
C3, Pots. 813-653-4384 Cork area Sat 16 2003,7ftHeigho2 Horse er
$500.352-307-0772 4385 Links Paw Trail 8 t Slant/Dressing Rm.B/P. W R8-629 Models! 813-293-6789, ni too, mooring cover.
rValrico. LicP05-077909 es, toys & games House- Calo727-457-4141
family raised ready h48l1Cats I hold items, Furniture,
7/28. $275 takingdepos- 1 1aI Home Interior &Misc, LIVESTOCK hauling, fenc-
its. 352-799-3743 or Kittens & Cats, Choose PLANT CIty 5031/2 McLen- ing, portablepen. Land J- -
352-650-9150. you favorite, Healthy donStFri&Sat,Julyl5 clearing. 813-754-3797
LAB PUPS, Chocolate Happy "fixed &16.7AM-1PM, Furni- ri527WEUHayEGrai
AKC, 5 mos old, vet -all 727-815-0772 ture amd Misc Items 1IoI
shots, 1-F$500,1-M $400 www.thelittlecats
or both $850. rescue.petfinder.com PLANT CITY 5307 N Poel BUY FROM FARMER. Tif-
813-792-1003997-4955 K E CASGAO off Knights Griffin Rd ton44in barn. Rolls: $45.
81-5 KIT1ENS&CATSGALORE Sat July16, 7:30AM til? Delivery $5. Clean. I-
LABRADOODLE PUPSF1I& All sizes and colors. Misc Household Items, 75/Hwy 52. San Antonio,
FIB. Fleace coats, hypo Petsmart/FletcherAve. Nice Plus size men Florida. 813-431-0939
allergenic http:// ho- Sat.&Sun.12-4 clothing&MORE Tifton 85 horse quality
waropuppyhaven.com Animal Friends Society PLANTCITYWaldenLake Hay, 4 rolls. New
$700(386)364-8345 PERSIAN KITTENS, Blue 2405 Clubhouse Dr, Fri& cutting. $40 por roll.
MALTESE cuties also eyes, raised in home Sat July 15 & 16, 8AM 853-716-5447
Yorkies. Pups avail. now environment. $500- MOVING SALE, GEwash- I
& later. $550 & up. $600. Please call er & dryer, Leather love 550-599
bets at a c u n. c o m evenings 813-300-6797 seat, trundle bed, lawn
941-322-9563 Cash SIM -9 weeks, CFA & furniture, Collectible & Recreation
Lots Of Misc Items.
MALTESE PUP, reg male, health certs, 1 Male, EVERYTHING MUSTGO.
hlth cert. all black homeraised. 1HSMotorHomesa
points, raised w/ $300 Plant City YARD SALE 560 o Hms
children, 1 uy liter Call 813-986-7620 1102 N Bracewell dr RY'S
$650 352-544-2991 (Corner of Cherry and
Miniature Schnauzers, 14821 Birds I Bracewell) July 16th, 23' EUROPA 1993, sleeps
Males & Females,.St & 7a-3 ucts 4, self contained low mi,
Pepper,2female,.2 mazoBue Front, $600; d cond. $8100 obo. Tampa 7319 W. Waters Ave. Tampa -14936 N. Florida Ave.
males.3$300 e $750- Derbyan, $500. 813-265-191 oTampa 12105 W. Unebaugh Ave. Tampa 2115 Hillsborough Av'e, Unit B
OLD ENGLISH SHEEPDOG fed babies. 813-493-2609 24S52 1142Jayco C Class Tampa- 7717W. Hillsborough Ave. Tampa 9309N.56th St
AKC all shots vet BLUE & GOLD Baby, just URKE CREEK AREA gh for cm- -1155S. Dale Mabry Hwy. Valrico -2016 E S.R. 60
cal1813-831-9835 disposition, $10ooo. 350ot2 Jri Tampa 3642 Gandy Blvd. Valrico 3307Lthia-Pinecrest Rd.
PIT4ULL PUPPIee born t 41575-7697456-1313 SPMG Ai clothes &6, ATampa -8416 N. Armenia Ave. Seffnerr- 806Aartin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
site, 6 aleft, $250 each. used Price: $23C,00 Tampa 5501 N. Armenia Ave. Wesley Chapel 5450 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.
Casit6ll 295 C HN ILMA 1 D S50 Lon Brandon -845 E Bloomingdale Ave. Tampa 14444K N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Zephyrhills 7242 Gali Blvd.
PITBULL PUPS 6 males 4 years old, grey,a 2 c ag- Farmer's Market Rate: 7.6% to 10% De- Brandon 01 W Br3ndon Bd T3mpa- 131P2 N Dale Mabr /Hay
females, all colors, red- cluded, $200. Pleasecall ending on creditTerm: Lari L 'L; h.$ T jrrip. "'( Ar-.r:fl.,r F
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813-493-1535 Exotic snakes/animals Veetabtes & mentation fee: $95 For
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15841 Boats I j 600-649
33' Chris Craft 1975 Transportation
Beautiful! In the water,
near Causeway.
A Steal at $19,900. I... Automotive
813-298-5524 I 0IServices
38' 1997 Baja Special,
New Motors, AC, Gener- Bay Area Motor Works,
ator, Icemaker. Stereo, Engine rebuild & install,
Head, Galley, Exc cond. Up to 3yr warrarny
$80,000 David Auto/ Boat/ RV
727-433-2222 813-926-9994
A Auto
620 Engines,
I-- Parts & Misc.

38' 1999 SEARAY SUN- CASH TODAY!
DANCER Health forces For Cars, Trucks & Vans
sales of immaculate 380 Running Or Not.
DA. Fully loaded with 813-728-7979
many extras. Pricedito ENGINE-SBC 350,40 over
sell. Contact Gene King bow tie heads 4 bolt
for details. (813 bow tie heads, 4 bol
645-0555 main/steel crank, steel
4-0555'-' rods, forged pistons,
38' 2002 Searay $25060 813-80-609
clean reliable 72 mrs s TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt
radar, autoni 227,600 from A-Z. Guaranteed
obo.813-8quality work. Great pric-
obo 813-855-6741 es. Honesty & Integrity.
Classified Ads Call Rob 813-610-1535
Pries well within sight Do you have good news to
Selection that's share with thousands
lust right! and thousands of peo-
BOATS Several storm pIe? Place a Happy ad in
damaged and donated classified!
boatsfor sale: 18' to 32' WHEELS & TIRES for 1999
Mike (727) 204-7988 SVT Mustang Cobra, fits
I BoatSlips- 1999-2004.
585 $800.
585 storage 813-653-3355 *.244-8361
OUTDOOR STORAGE |-7 Utility
Servin NewTampaUS 162 Trailers
19Huson&.PortRichey I
areas. RVs, boats, 50'x13.9' GE Modular Of-
autos etc.$40+ /mo. fice Trailer, 1 priv. ofc,
813-866-5533 bath, shower. Incl. tie
Carrollwood Outside dwns, skirting &steps.
Storage! All boats/RVs $4900 obo. 813-298-2262
welcome. Secure facility/ 6x12x2 Never used- 15"
24 hr acc. Reasonable wheel w/gate $825.
rates. 813-505-2803 Used 6x16x3 tandem
South Bay RV & Boat $800. Others avail.
Storage- Secure outside 813-237-0110
and Souir reid stor1g.cm 2 Trucks-Light
SouurnBayStvrgE6.corrt
813t,77.2000 Duty
Class 584 is your ticket to
Boating Adventure! CHEVY 1968 C10
Fowler & 1-75 Boats & RV Green, runs great partly
Storage. Secure outside disassembled$100oboo
$50mo Covered$150mo Call 813-24-8170
Happy Traveler RV Park Sell yourcamerainsasnap
813-986-3094 with an ad in class 426!
OUTDOOR STORAGE FORD 1992 F150 Supercab
Benjamin Rd., boats, 56K mi., loaded, XLT,
RV's, auto, trucks, extra clean, auto, air,
$40+ /mo.Securedloc'n trailer towing pkg.
813-684-9171 $4995.813-633-06666
Marine FORD 1993 Pickup, exc
5861 supplies & shape 6 cyl auto rebuilt
586 Spies tranny, AC, cloIh seat,
Repairs exc rubber topper.
1998, 200hp, EVINRUDE $320. 813-546-837
V6, New Lower Unit Ford 2003 F-150 XLT-
S $3500 obo Fully loaded extra cab,
Days:813-885-2555 or 4 door, 30R miles,
Eves: 813-877-9217 fiberglass lid onbed.
Immaculate condition.
MERCRUISERS (2), 5.7L, $21,500.813-251-0191.
265HP, FWC engines
w/1.5xl BW trans, 1000 MAZDA 1996 B2300 SE
hrs. Exc cond $5,500 for extended cab, 101K
both. 813-645-9151 miles, 4 cyl,5 speed, air.
$3,200
BOATTRAILER 19-20', gal- 813-910-7208
vanized single axle, like Want Ads
new co813nd. $289-033950. Mazda2000 B3000SE au-
813-508-1299 to, air, V6, alloys, 14K,
M-5 0 M ur 1 original owner. excel-
2005 Mercury 150hp EFI lent condition. $7300
20" shaft low hours, obo. 813-404-1978
warranty. $7100.. MITSUBISHI
813-831-4052/833-0312 M2TLUBISHI1992PicknU
tion, $r5d0 obo. Call
1587 |1 Sailboats 813-982-1533 843-3506
25' 2004 CATALINA 250 NISSAN FRONTIER 2003
#738SwingkeelW/BIIst, KING XE 2WD 8,700 m',
sleeps 4 head, galley, White 5 Sp. 4 Cyl(25
9.9hp 4str o/b, imin, mpg). bed nerandTon-
sail covers, new trailer. neau. Fact. warranty
As new cond. $27,500 thru 11/2006. $12,700.
(813) 924-5496 (813)671-0929
27 1987 Captiva Sloop, TOYOTA 1998 Tacoma
3' draft, 1998 8hp John- Xcab, cd/tape, A/C,
son, Palm Harbor slip 5spd, new tires, very
avail.$6500 obo. clean, new starter,
(727)204-7988 $6,500 813651-9389
www.sailtampabay.com TOYOTA 2001 Tacoma,
2005 Hunter33 Loaded, clean,28Kmi, AC AT ps
Day Sailing or upto 7- bedliner, CD ply'r, cloth
Das $495 monthl-all in seats raised letter tires
1-6-SAILTIME $11,060 813-963-5513


63 ITrucks -
630 Heavy Duty
CHEVY 2000 Silverado
1500, must see to appre-
ciate, orig owner 84500
mi must sell! $8500 obo
127-942-8549 home
321-354-4692 cell
FORD 1999 IF350 Lariet
Well maintained. 4x4,
diesel Pwr stoke, crew
cab, Ithr int, towing pkg,
$19,900 813-767-1897
FORD 2003 F250
Superduty Gas, with
2003, 6'Wx 12'L dump
trailer. $17,000/both.
813-671-9096
I 4-Wheel
630B Drive

DODGE 1998 1500 Quad
Cab, Short bed, 5.2L
auto, good tires, great
shape. $6,000 obo.
863-521-4782
FORD 1997 F150 Lariat
4x4, ext cab, 3 door, 5.4
V8, auto, cold AC, leath-
er, bedliner 130k mi,
2nd owner $7600 obo.
813-624-7296.
FORD 1998 F150 pickup
XLT supercab, Triton en-
gine, 125k, runs great,
well maintained, origi-
nal owner, extras $8000.
689-9499 or 917-5312.
Classified-the most effi-
cient, effective, economi-
cal & user-friendly infor-
mation system available
to help you buy, sell or
findthe goods and
services you need!
6311 Vans I
Chevy 2000 Astro Van-
Very clean, 53K mi, no
dings/chips, like new!
$9500. Cal For More
Details. 813-681-6074.
CHEVY 2003 Express 1500
cover V8,5.3L dual
AC, TV/DVD, 6spkrs, all
power, 48K mi, elec seat/
ed$19,500. 813-600-8600
or 813-340-0645
CHRYSLER 2000 TOWN N'
COUNTRY Limited, to-
tally loaded, Ithr, looks
& runs great $7,450 obo
813-454-5170
DODGE 1999 Cargo V8,
140K mi,Good Cond.
Cargo Bins, White, $4K
813-915-1300

DODGE 2003 Grand Cara-
van SE Silver, Quad
Seating, Auto/Pwr-Lug-
gage Rack NiceVehicle!
OK obo. 813-681-2707
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor,
power ramp, 14,000
miles. Call 727-492-1630.

Want Ads
FORD 1995 AEROSTAR
VAN for sale, needs wa-
ter pump, has dent, 138K
miles aqua blue color,
$600obo. 813-839-3320
FORD 1996 WINDSTAR,
Silver, 117K mi. Looks
Good Runs Good, Cold
A/C. $2,700 obo.
Call 813-891-9951
FORD 2000 WINDSTAR
SEL, Light Blue, cold
A/C, all pwr incl. doors,
Ithr seats, 99K mi.
$11,500.813-926-5398
Ford 2004 F150 Econoline
cargo van, 11500 mi,
white, exc cond, factory
warranty. $15,900
813-839-2222 857-4453
NISSAN 1998 QUEST XE, 7
passenger, A/C, CC, PS,
AM/FM-cass, 138K mL
$5,80 0 0(813)732-5756
Rusldn
Plymouth 1995 Voyager
Mini Van. Very Good
condition cold air,
$2,800 813-839-8890'

TOYOTA 1992 Previa,
Clean, Runs great, seats
7 dual AC, all pwr,
$3900.813-653-9090


6321 Sport Utility
632 Vehicles I
Chevrolet 1995 Blazer
Limited Edition. 200HP,
V6, 4-Wheel Drive. Red
and Black. Low Mileage!
Leather seats. Loaded.
Never off road. Garaged.
Pvt $10,000 813-835-7103.
CHEVY 2001 Suburban
Leather fully loaded,
capt chairs, ar kept
xc Cond, 0K MI,
$15,500 813-994-4569
CHEVY 2001 TAHOE LT
87K mi. dark gray ext, 4
WD,$19,500,20" chrome
rims, 7" in-dash screen
beige leather int (813)
632-9153
CHEVY 2003 Suburban LT,
Grey, 61,900 mi, Grey
lthrint 6 isc chgr,DVD,
bucket 2nd row seats,
$24,999 813-300-3043
DODGE 1998 Durango SLT
4x4, thr, 3rd seat, dual
AC, 116Kmi., 5.2 V8, tow
pkg, white w/ tan int.
$7995. Kevin: 222-3603
FORD 1996 Explorer, 90K
Mi, Loaded, Leather; CD
Pwr Pkg, Very Good
Condition, Runs Well.
$4,000 *813-713-5217
FORD 1998 EXPEDITION
Exc. cond, runs great,
Ent sys. MUST SEE.
Beige, Auto., 4 WD, 8
C I., Alarm System,
$6,900 (813)495-1471
FORD 2000 Expedition EB,
loaded, mnrf, exc cond,
98K mi, 5.4, thr, tow pk
$10,900 must sell. Call
813-545-3584
FORD 2000 Expedition
XLT Sport, 67K mi, dual
AC, Ithr, DVD 3rd row
seat 2-tone White/Grey
$13,900 813-928-3646
FORD 2003 Explorer,
Sport Track, Beautiful
cond, fully loaded ,Black
w/grey int, Runs great.
Transferable 100k war-
ranty $17,500 obo
813-263-2368
FORD 2003 Explorer XLS
V6, Black, 4dr, All pwr,
remote alarm, cd, 4 new
tires super clean,
$11,400 813-810-5541
Ford 2004 Expedition
Eddie Bauer- Like new
moonfr safety canopy,
priced to sell3rd row.
$23,500.813-416-2669.
GMC 1999 YUKON SLE Z-
713" lift, 33"tires & new
rims, Auto. 4 WD, 5.7L
Vortec Cyl. $11,000(813)
361-3151
Honda 2002 CRV, Tan,
A/C, all pwr, keyless,
CD/Cass, tinted, new
tires, 40,650 mi. Exc cond
$16,950.813-782-9111
HUMMER 2003 H2 Black,
original owner, 75K mi,
air suspension excel-
lent condition. $38,500.
813-299-4644
ISUZU 1996 SUV, cold AC,
auto, pwr & tinted win-
dows, green, new tires,
92k miles; $1,500
813-765-8285
Mitsubishi 1998 Montero
Sport, V6 auto, 'leather,
tint, all power, very
clean, reliable. 85K mi.
$6200 obo. 813-832-5268
NISSAN 1997 Pathfinder,
Red, auto pw, pi cruise
AC, CD, lugg rk, low 61K
mi v clean, runs great
$7200 813-963-7427
NISSAN 2001 Pathfinder
4x4, well maintained in
excellent cond, original
owner, 65k, mtnc re-
cords, 6 disc CD, AC, au-
to, security $15.450.
Homosassa 352-628-1954
SUBARU 2001 Forester S,
38.5K mi, 4spauto AWD
ABS, multiple CO, htd
seats, am/fm/cass, all
power, keyless entry,
roof rack, cruise, fog
lites, cherry, mint cond.
Only serviced @ dir.
$16Kobo 813-961-9231
CLASSIFIED WORKS


Irq9 Sport Utility
632J Vehicles

Toyota 1994 Land Cruiser
loaded, 4WD, Ithr, CD
economy 6cyl, great 4
Hurricane season, mint,
$I1.510.813-299-456I
I Scooters &
633 1Mopeds

HONDA 2003 Reflex
250cc Auto, 75MPH,
75MPG, Like New Trail-
er Available, $3,900
813-645-2619
| 634 | Go Carts I
GO-KART Indy, used,
good shape, 40mph +,
complete new drive.
6.Shp engine. $950.
813-920-7506 789-3364
S635 | Motorcycles I
Harley Davidson 1984
FXSTEVO, Orig soft tail
& EVO motor, electric &
kick, $7500. 781-8144
days or eves 949-4166

HARLEY 1997 Sportster
1200XL, Low Miles,
Looks Good. $6000. Do-
ver. 813-659-0078
HARLEY 2002 CUSTOM
Road King, 2500 mi, ext
warr, Met. Candy Apple
Red, over$11K in extras
$19,200obo 941-776-8277
HARLEY 2004 FatBoy Per-
fect, 1500 mi. gold, ga-
raged chrome,lug rack,
bkresi, wind shield. Like
new, must go. $16,900
obo 813-220-1535
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2005
Deluxe, blk, 3k mi, 8k in
chrome & access.
Sampson pipes, $23,500.
813-731-1283
HONDA 1996 Trek Goldw-
ing 1500, Perfect cond,
w/ 02 convers., candy
apple red, $16,860 Cash.
Firm. 813.957.5876
HONDA 2003 Shadow
1100 dressed out nice
4,072 miles must sell
immediately $6800
813-243-0093
KAWASAKI 1996 Vulcan
800 Classic 10k mi, wind-
screen, saddlebags, lots
of chrome, loud pipes
cover exc cond. MUST
SELL $3500 813-363-4060
Kawasaki 2002 VX12R,
red 3K mi, like new no
test pilots, pvt seller.
$6900 obo Must sell fast.
813-293-7343 Have title
Kawasaki 2003 Vulcan
800 Classic 1500 miles,
adult owned, great
cruiser. Good Deal at
$4000. Call 625-9498.
SUZUKI 2000 Marauder
800cc, hardly ridden,
garage kept, accessories
nc. asking $3800. Call
John 813-298-2852
WANTED Sport Bikes. Any
year, any cond. We pay
cash. Top $$. Will pick
up. Sales/Serv/Part &
Acc. 813-651-2522
THROTTLE FACTORY
YAMAHA 1997 Virago
Good condition Many
options! $3,500 obo
81 451-7358 or
813 932-8430
1636 | Golf Carts |
2001 EZ-GO, Head & Tail
lights, windshield new
batt, immac cond$2350
obo; 3-Wheel EZ-GO
$795.813-300-0114.
GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
16371ATVs I
KAWASAKI MULE w/
windshield, VG cond.
110 hrs. arage kegt
$5150 oboa 63) 207- 176
/863.295-9793 Iv msg
Sell yourcamerainasnap
with an ad in class 426!


N Tampa -8424 Sheldon Rd. Valrico -1971 S.R. 60
Tampa- 8702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Valrico 3236 Lithia -Pinecrest Rd.
ITampa 4479 Gandy Blvd. Wesley Chapel 5351 Village Market
Ameica's SupenmateI Tampa 5715 Gunn Hwy. Zephyrhills 36348 S.R. 54
Tampa 2540 Bearss Ave. Seffner 725 N. Grove Cir.
Apollo Beach- 6188 U.S. 41 Tampa 8438 N. Armenia Ave.
Brandon -1945 W. Lumsden Ave. Tampa 7851 Palm River Rd.
Brandon -179 Bloomingdale Ave. Thonotosassa 9535 E. Fowler Rd.
Sun City Center 4445 Sun City Cir. Lutz -18407 US. 41
Riverview 9822 U.S. 301 Lutz 2126 Collier Pkwy.


JULY14,.2005 27

16371 ATVs I 14O Automobiles 6 491 Automobiles 1 1 Automobiles
s1 21 "a I For Sale I For Sale I6 For Sale
Kawasaki 2001 Molavi,
250 hp, 4 stroke, with re- CADILLAC 1998 El Dorado HONDA 1987 ACCORD LXI MERCURY 2000 Grand
verse, liquid cooled, ETC 44k, like new in & Wh, Hatchbk, Pwr win, Marquis, 83K mi. exc.
runs oeectl Clean out, crimson red, white Needs Body Work Good cond. cold AC, new tires
$2650.863-698-6369. vinyltop loaded, includ- startercar $950, allfor $5950. Call Phil
Vehicles ing 12 disc CD player, details813-335-1596 727-235-3071
16401 garaged, car is show-
Wanted room cond. a HONDA 1989 Civic LX, MINI 2003 COOPER Silver
Homosassa3 22-628-1954 130K mi all electric, no & blk, snroof, Ithr, CD,
??CASH?? Fast Free ac. 1500/obo. CVT trans, power tint
Removal of Unwanted, CADILLAC 1998 Seville 8 3 l6 20K mi.exc cond $19,500
Non-Runnin Cars orSTS, comfortable, 813-662-0192 813-695-9866 835-6955
Scrap Metal.all Jackor reliable, inexpensive HONDA 1992 ACCORD 4 MITSUBISHI 1994MIRAGE
Cat 813-244-9517 10,00, 813-251-6867 or
Cat13-244-9517 240866X210 Door, non smoker, 1 S ice cold air, clean, new
owner, excellent tires,tint windows, new
CASH PAID Cadillac 1999 Sedan condition $2100 obo. red paint, great cond.
For Cars Runningor Not Deville D'Elegance auto, 813-789-3699 $21 00obo 813-462-2419
We'll come icituo N Ithr, loaded belowobook
Call Robmat8 3610 -i 35 value 129k miles $6 195 HONDA 1993 Accord 4 MITSUBISHI 1995 Galant
Call at3-610-135 813-264-7484 door, New motor, 26k ES, Alarm, Rims, new
$$$$ CASH C L 2 mi, auto, loaded AC naint aftermarket ex-
$Fr Cars Hks&V CADILLAC DTS 2000 1 works, Gunmetal, iagle saus, runs excellent.
AnPrsTrck/An Tim owner, Still under GM MSR 18" rims, lowered $2400obo813-655-6640
"Al-lL'ii cerit. 6 yr 100k warranty, on coil-overs Small
727-505-3882 nite vis/nav every op- crack in windshield. Mitsubishi 1997 3000 GT
tion. Immaculate, Sliver $3200.813-451-8592 wht 118K ml Garaged
i' WANTED* w/black fabric top 53k u. i kept all options incl
DEADORALIVE r mi $24,995/obo. HONDA 1994 Accord EX, Sunrf. No accidents
Carsltrucks & vans 813-948-4701 2drspd, Gold, alloys, $8100/obo 813-655-9999
Cash laid. Free Tow .........snr, ithr, power AB& /b..
813.930.2464813.760.2656 CHEVY 1996 mpaaSuper more, x-cond, K i, MUSTANG2005 GT blue
Sport79K MiUOrig Own- $5000 obo 813-874-6906 5MU STAnG GT blue,
$$$ CASH $$$ er, $15,000 oo 500 mi, 5spd, 17" whis
AGood Car & A Bad Car Serious inquiries onl HONDA 1997 ACCORD LX int.upgrade pkg
JunkCars, Vansand 863-471-6102*214-9509 4cyl dr Al6lpwrpor, Fr3w43ss4409/2949503
Trucks Moved FREE' ALtytlosK 6 CD tereo, 813-643-4409/ 294-603
727-771-5941/849-9404 CHEVY 1999 Malibu 4 dr Lthrl12Kmi. Slvr,Exc
79K mi, New Brakes & Cnd!$7500813d335-2159 NISSAN1995MaximaGXE
WE BUY CARS Trucks Tires Great Runnin 4 dr, 5 spd, Bra, New
RV's, Boats. Real Top Cond. All Pwr, Cold A/C HONDA 1997 Civic EX, Clutch, Good Cond.
$$$ CASH Today! Any Red Looks Great! 100k mi, 2 dr, auto, bik, $4900 obo. 813-929-1527
Condition. Free Removal, $4700 813-918-6405 all pwr, moonrf, 1 own- Or Cell# 813-404-7788
24hrs.2U 813-964-8095 er, exc cond $5500.
CHEVY 2002 Malibu Auto 813,5461011 Nissan 19911Altim
Cond CDClassic 6 y $9900 obto HONDA 2000 ACCORD EX- Champanem 5 spd, 98K,
644 Antique 727-430-0847 V6 4 Dr, 67K miles, 1 ke less M in condo
Vehicles owner $10,500. Call $3950.813-385-4116
CHEVY 2004 Malibu Se- 813-36J-8911
CHEVY 1964 II NOVA Mir- CHEVY 2 10004 Malibu Se-s Looks NISSAN200MAXIMA85k
roared black w/ cstm Shiells New, Wife got HONDA 2002 ACCORD SE, m Whit, SedanAuto
flames New 350 motor, "Co.Car$10,950 Black on Black. sunroof' 2 D,6Y-S9,,0
500+ lots Invested. 727-541-7722 all power, 70K mi., V perBuy (8)655-090
$12K obo 813 355-7615 20'01 r Tec, looks & runs great.
DATSUN 1972 1200 CHRYSLER 2001 Sebring $10,995 813-817 -326 NISSAN2004Xterra4kmi,
prepared for SCCA oad Coupe LXI Metalic Red I '3-" crank windowSsA V6a sil-
racing. Sold as a ror Great Condition Cold INFINITI2003 G35 SPORT, ver, tan cloth in alloy,
$3racn 00old a roller. AC CD 65K wner 38,000 mi, Silver, Sedan, auto. Exc cond $13,900.
Call 70-392-60 $11,950*'813-861-0707 5 Speed 2 WD, 6 Cyl. Call Jim813-695-6664
7.1960. $22,000 Must Go LUXU-
DATSUN 1974 620 P .U.ful- orvee 1989 Cnver- RY 813 949-5451 OLDS 1998 INTRIGUE Red,
IN restored new motor ible, Dark Blue Tan Top tan leather sunroof
annyod ly m too 97K milesvery good JAGUAR 1989 XJS Beauti- beautiful $4,500 (813j
much tolifst! MUST EE!;I condition. Must Sell! ful car must see! $6200 792-8961
.$4,000 813-765-872 Good Deal at $8,000. obo. Ear is in Tampa.
$4" .... .-.6-~~878 Call 813-625-9498. Call Steve anytime. OLDSMOBILE 1993 Cut-
Ford 1929 Briggs Fordor CORVETTE 1996 LT4 904-472-4855 lass Supreme Converi-
No engine, straight "33"0p'6spdred, anin Jauar1998Convert.XK8 ble V6 Lthr, All pwr,
body, no rust ever, 32 6CD r/Bkth r 8K cod AB New Top & i'res,
gnrishell & gas tank 6tw. CDng, min Cond Co. nt r, 95K mil
new, great fostreet AC, newties 3477467mint cond loaded, custom chrome C c.
rod $8,500 firm. $13,500 8 3-477-4673 whis, garaA 50K mi.
Call813-228-7487 CORVETTE 1996 LT4 6 $24K.813-4-4569 PONTIAC 1999 SUNFIRE
MGB 1977 47 nn,00 nr mi Spd, Red, Black interior, JAGUAR 1998 XK8 Conv't. Convertible, 70K miles.
Ec cn,00ne' wfu' e hard top convertible white w/tan leather, $5 ,49
&nhbrak Must 33k miles, Mint cond! auto, 59Kml. mint cond. -..
se' 0 ob'o Must $17,500 813-661-0980 like new Call (813)223-3712
813 293-2018 CORVETTE 1999 Red/ $19,500 -4 ONTIAC 2002 SE, mint
OLDS 1972 CUTLASS S hardtop, Black leather, JAGUAR 2000 S Type, sil- condition, Immaculate,
CONVERTIBLE NEWLY CD payer, 6 speed nice ver, 20" custom wheels 6 cyl, 4 dr,A/C, p, pb,
RESTORED, Rocket 350, car.Call 813-685-1792 tint windows, sunroof, I wp1, cruie control
AC Wht/Brown$19,850. disc cd payer 62k mi, ED& more. Only 15K ml.
8J1-253-2347 DODGE 1972 Charger $14,500 13-98Y-0376 with warranty, Tarae
PORSCHE 1971 911T Dracar, BB 413 runs JAGUAR 2002 XJ8 13Kmi., ept.,Asking$
"Or:.+ , .,1-T ProT, too many items maroon w/ tan leather,
Targettop,.yelloww/blk iso L0 ms maroow ather, ll83-890
thr int whale-tail. 500o ets loaded.$31,900. PORSCHE 1969 912,price
$7,900. 813-818-9334 or go racing! 813.237.8773 813-839-8155 reduced to $8,900 Wht/
863-206-9289 DODGE 1991 STEALTH red intu great mechao-
VW 1962 Beetle needs R/T twin turbo, Red JAGUAR 2004 XKR 8 mos. cally,fulryrestored3yrs
fullrestorationinclmet w/Blk top, AWD, 155K old, Platinum, all op- ago.813-453-5934
al work. No mntor,loo oaded. Exc cond tons lonl 940 ml, p er. P0 TER
trans, most pa ,nlIdd $5 00.813-505-5222 c fen new94K, Safcrfe PORCHE200 BOXS ,
DODGE..1996.INTREPID $715KES27-515-1965 45K ml, Black/Grey
$400obo72 560-3628 DODGE 1996 INTREPIDES loaded, exc cond
Ron's Auto Restoration V- 4 dr, automatic, cd KIA 2004 Rio 4dr sedan, $22,000. 727-423-9932,
1929-2000, Full & Partial -yer, all pow 120K AC, AMFM CD, fact 813-948-4016
Rust repair & complete ml $351 obo wrrty,23Kmi.,exccond.
paint. 727-533-890 813-948-2503 $8500 firm.813-994-8097 TOYOTA 1985 Celica Cpn-
Doge 1998 Neon, Auto, vertib En & Drtve
S.I.. I codair,61Kmi.,32mpg, Lexus 1992 LS400- Black etraPec
645 1 Limousines I Exc am/fm stereo ra io. with tan, excellent -9 8- 00
Licly Runs & Looks Excellent. condition wellservlced, "..
Lincoln 1997 Royale $3200 obo. 813-654-7468 loaded $5990OBO, TOYOTA 1989 Camrv
stretch n ltoowhite all 1 .. Cl 813 263-9166. -- r-,
luxury options (tv/vcr Dodge2002Neon, exclike maroon, 4 oor, A/!,
bar, ffidge, etc) 10506 snew cond, l0K mi, 5 spd, LEXUS 1995 SC400, excel- 125K does not run,
obo 813-289-3037 security,. beige, 1 owner. lent condition 93k needs. wor.k,$900.
S$6995 price negotiable. Loaded. $8900. 813-989-1116
Automobiles 813-741-2300 813-610-1943. n 8 .199 ..,
49 I Ota 19U gcellca Ts
For Sale DOGE 2000 NEON ck, auto, sunro all
Red, very clean, 1 own- LEXUS 1996 GS 300 22,000 pwr custom wheels, re-
ACURA 2002 TL TYPE-S er, non smoker, $2500 miles, Silver, almost bull engine & transm.
69KmiSilverw/BlkLthr obo. Call Joel for an perfect condition, $3000.813-781-2851
int. NAVIGATION, 17" al- appt: 813-484-2295 916,000, (813) 920-6871
loys, clean, very fast! Ferrari 1989 328 GTS TOYOTA 1992 PREVA
15013-653-3992 f Only2.3Kmi.,Redw Tlan LEXUS 2001 GS 300 Bk NewTireWhi Ne A/Cve
1intCleanCar.$53 obo. w/Tan int. Sunrf, Sool- sha Brakes. 3000.
ACURA 2002 TILS Euro e Gr m er 51km 8 y1Y7 9
ACURA 2002 TLS Euro eanGranTurismo er51k mi, Lexus ert. 813-2 7-4809/ 1-1161
Pearl blue, leather, sun- 813-871-9030 Exc. Cond. $21.5K obo.
S(ded8382-55 FORD 1997 Crown Victo- Call 813-42-5010 Toyota 1997 Tercel-
o 2020- 7 382-155. ria, good cond $3900. LEXUS 2001 IS300 Green PW, PD standard, runs
"r6- 2 OBO 813-764-9322 tan, thr clean 97 ood and drivesgreati
AUDI 1999 A4 55 000 m FORD1997 MUSTANG GT hwy mi, runs like new Red Hawl 3 700
Tan Sedan, 5 Spee 70,000 m Blac td exc cond. $14,200 OBd Ca813-26-60.
A81 '360 9 Great Cnd. 813-598-705 TOYOTA 2000 Celica GT
(8W13)31i,00 MustSell (813) 361-2011 Lincoln 2001Towncar BIk 51K mi, All pwr, 5
B .MW 1995 530i, immacu- FnOn 97 Tauru,, ex Sig Silver Frost w/lt grey spd CD Good Cond 1
ate cond!87 s, ga- d K m irint,ex.clean, srvcd power. $12,500 obo.813-
rage kept, /eaer ser- cv, al, wr, cold AC & garaged, pwrmemory 962-6243/960-0682eves
i$9,900obo 813-34 2688' $ 300 o 813-653-17E seats, new ultraTouring
9,9000bo813340-2688 813-434-5689 tires Must sell Owr TOYOTA 2002 CAMRY LE,
CADILLAC 1994 De Ville, FORD THUNDEBID motivated.727-710-2673. 4cyl, Green, owner, dir
White /brown imita- FO RD 1997THUNDERBIRD servA 1987 RX7, r Kced, 3K m. runs/
tioncon gar'd c X 2drccoupe 1 ownerMAZDA 1987 RX7, 17" looks great. $14,500
cond, 65K mi4',0 exc. condition, only 48k wheels, plus many OBO. 813-963-7895 Li
813n96 -042 6 origmi. $5000 obo. Call arts. $1900 obo. Mssg or813-786-2440
3 ".. ... for details 863-529-7801 -73-29-7 2
CADILLAC 1995 SEDAN FTOYOTA 2002 CAMRY LE
D L neACl FORD 1999 Mus GT 4cyl,65kmiloaded,orig
DEVILLE t new AC f with new Cobra Crate Mazda 2002 Miia, Spe- ( ovmer non-smoer i
loaded, ithr seats, exc nEx cial Ed, s ,1ao owner non-smoker, im-
cond, 58K m 500. Eng ne/Roush Side Ex- la po a maculate. $12,900
813-251-6242 haust & components wes, al opon. Ca- 813-948-3082 97-3295
813-251-6242 Everything mew. Adult coal gray v//cust int, V
CADILLAC 1997 Eldorado, owned One of the best! convt, 49K mi, E.c cond.i TOYOTA 2004 Corolla LE,
gar kept, memory seats $17,000 813-653-3355 or $13,500.813-434-6159. full pkg, wd grain, ONLY
chrome wheels, Pearl 813-244-8361 MAZDA 2003 MIATA 930 MIES, mustselldue
Red, mint cond. 64k mi.
$10,900.81-654-8257 FORD2000 Mustan Red, Con, Silver, Bse, to health problem.
auto, CD player tinted s5-sd, warr. Like new, $14,287813-601-8457
CADILLAC 1997 Eldorand ows, excellent con- 11 mi, $14,400.
Exc. cond. all main edition, $7,200. Call 813-205-0862 VW2002JETTAGLSTDI,5
papers on file $5950. 813-833-4603 MERCEDES 1990 300E eall oer CD
813-855-061 MERCEDES 1990 30E, D'iesel excellent condi-
813-- 1 FORD 2001 Taurus SE, Blue with Grey interior, tion, $2,900.Pleasecall
White, alloy whis 6 cyl, exc. cond., new trans & 813-961-2864
CADILLAC 1997 SEDAN auto, all pwr, 8K mi, ice cold air sunroof.
DEVILLE 1 owner, 35K cold AC $5,100 obo $4,300.813-907-7562 VW2002J2ETA1 Turbo,
mi V8, ithr, all power, 813-972-6290 *862-0326 MECEDES 1998 C230 5 ,4m,a tons,
.'-We8 FORD 2001 TAURUS Exeen c ndit mint on, g.rfet for
7 85,500 mi, WhiteSedan, power everything, c u s 36-01
CADILLAC 1997 SLS 76k Auto, 6 .Cyl $6e0, Su- eom color4.1,93 OBO. >-
miles green/tan interi- per uy, power lcks, Call813-62-33 VW 2003JETTATDI3700X
or, like new. $8,800 If windows. AC great MERCEDES 2001 SLK320 ve Sedan, Auto
ou e' (813)929178convertible, mint. Silver P 2 W Tb Cyl VN#:
813-23-,077 FORD 2003 Focus, 4R, tthrintLCDchngrdealer 3VWRP69M33M151327
CADILLAC 1998 DEVILLE. loaded, excellentmaint all or. 9k m Great Value
Shale Met Tan Leaher. condition, $8000 obo. 25900obo 72(813)843060
All Power. Ice Cold A:. 3 2195 MERCUY 1994 GRAND 5 Pce Impounds.
Grea Cnd. 70,000 Mi MARQ Blue, Auto p/s, Hondas, Chevys,
* S8900.813-932-6567* Pictureyour homeinclas- p/b cruise, cold air, Toyotas,etc.from $500.
CheckOutCars/Trucksin sifiedw/anadontheB y- $,900 obo, Must Sell, Forlisting 800-749-8167,
todaysClassifiedsection! her's Choice photo page. HIy 727-859-0038 ext4124.






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02 GMC YUKON XL
05 PONTIAC GRAND AM
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00 BUICK LESABRE
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04 FORD F150
91 FORD F250
03 CHEVROLET S10
98 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
04 GMC ENVOY
04 DODGE RAM
94 TOYOTA CELICA
95 BUICK REGAL
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05 HUMMER H2 03 CHEVROLET SILVERADO
03 JEEP WRANGLER 03 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE
05 BUICK LACROSSE 02 BUICK RENDEZVOUS
05 GMC SAFARI 04 NISSAN QUEST
96 DODGE AVENGER 04 CHEVROLET COLROADO
03 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER 03 CHEVROLET TAHOE
98 CHEVROLET BLAZER 04 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
04 GMC YUKON XL 04 DODGE HEMI RAM
03 DODGE STRATUS 03 PONTIAC AZTEK
05 GMC YUKON 03 GMC SIERRA 1500
04 PONTIAC AZTEK 04 CHEVROLET C1500
04 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 03 FORD P/U


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05 CADILLAC UT
04 CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER
05 CHEVROLET UT
99 MITZUBISHI ECLIPSE
04 PONTIAC GRAND AM
05 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
02 PONTIAC GR PRIX
04 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500
04 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO
01 PONTIAC FIREBIRD
02 FORD F150
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doier 5. Dover Rd C Downing St.
659.2600
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
.lllen Chapel 1109 1 Laura St.
'"52. 389
Mount Olie: 1113 Ir. Mladison .St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd.
'3".2628
APOSTOUC
.tsamblea. 1postolica-
1501 Colson Rd., 3"-3i96
Spostol C churchh
offesus Christ.
1212 W. Reynolds., "-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Pinecrest Rd,
Lithia, 685-4240
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
Thonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St, 752-5005
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettle Rd,
689-0343
Faith Temple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-
Polk County Line, 752-0532
Faith Lighthouse:
3409 SR39%. "52.-R85
First Plant tll':
Charlie 6riffln Rd,
WnoJfR 39 S. '52-3351
tort .afia- Corner of South Hwy. 39
6 Snlllet Rd. "J"-i656
Aersrille: SR 640. "37-4803
laount Zion:
I- 4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-1614
Pleasant Grove:
Turkey Creek Rd. "'3-3529
victory Worship Center:
County line Rd., "5-6089
5Sdne,: Svdner Rd. 1/10 mi. E
of Srdnei'-Dorer Rd. 659-0532
furkel' (reek:
Turkey (reek Rd. ~54-5372
BAPTIST
.thara: Turkeyr Creek Rd,
A. of R 60. '3'-3"39
.llafla Baptist:
222 .4lafa Church Rd, 634-8845
Antioch: Ilorton Rd, 737-3240
Berea: 5R 39 3"'- 1232
Betbans: Cork Rd, '52-9209
Bethel- 804 W. Renfro St,
"54-2239
Beulab: Allen & County LineRd,
litbia., 3"-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
752-28"5
Burchwood Temple:
Euclid Dr & SR 5'. '52-3782
Calvary Free Will:
3539 Frapnell Rd E.
Cedar Groe: E. Key'sille Rd,
'3"-1234
Central of Lithia:
Pinecrest & Keysrille Rd
Church on the Rock.
301 F. .Alsobrook. "52-3740
Community Christian:
1310 N. Shannon Are, 754-5383
Crossroads: SR 39 5, Pinecrest,
'3"'-1211
Dover Eastside: Countryside Baptist
Church. 2820 Gallagher, 571-8200
Dover First: 5. Gallagher Rd,
659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E. Calhoun St,
75--2681
East Thonotosassao Mcintosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of Midway:
Midway Rd. "52-7209
First Baptist Lithiar
Intersection of SR 39 &
lithia-Pinlerest Rd. 737-1121
first PlanI Cur
503,V. Palmer. 752-4104


first thonotosassa Missionary:
Mfclntosh Rd. 986- "56
Harmon' Baptist church :
6008 4. knights 6riffln Rd,
986-"165
Hopeuell: SR39 5 "3"-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Huy,.
"52.49"2
lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
"52-2006
Lone Oak: lone Oak Rd.
"'S.52"8
Mount ,toriah Freeuill:
Warren 6 Johnson St. "54-439"
,lount Iforiah freewill:
20-2 Colson Rd, 3"'-1190
Mount Olive: 604 W. Ball St.
"54-3834
'e-t Hope Freeu ill
Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd., Dover
New Mt. Zion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd., 752-3985
Northside:
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,
754-4879
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:
907 E. Laura St,
754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre.Rd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 Turkey Creek Rd,
813-737-1224
Turkey Creek First:
TrapnellRd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11308 Welcome
Church St. (813) 737-2288
Westside: 2503 W GranfieldAve,
752-1450
Whitehurst Rd:
901 N. Whitehurst Rd, 754-5405
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Little Union:
15510 County Rd 39, Lithia
634-4754
Salem Primitive:
14402 Salem Church Rd., Sydney
CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N. AlexanderSt,
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder Rd,
752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St: 1310 E. Laura St,
752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd,
754-1485
CHRISTIAN
(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,
752-5385
CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian=
MdntosbRd, NofSR 574
CHRISTIAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GO
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community


5209 Smith-Rvals Rd
Doter: Douning St. 659-2900
Plant (it: 21(il udlake Rd.
'52-4591
turkey C(reek: Turkei Creek Rd
at R 60. "3"-1331
Thonotosassa:
'1"02 .. parlor Rd. 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
iAndersun Indiunj)
Kingsway first: 2808 Kinsnav A.,
Seffner. 65'-"500
Plant City: Grace Fellousship
"13 .lwobrook St. 361-8190
First: A. 6ordon and Baker St.
'52-6-38
Gospel tabernacle:
Illen & Haines St
EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061
HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808 W Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
728 W. Ball St.
INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Restoration. Issemblv:
106 S. rers St.
Evangelists forJesus Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, Wof SR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall:
3202 N. Maryland Ave, 752-3345
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of esus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd, 752-6364
LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd,
752-4622
Lord of Life EICA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064
NAZARENE
Wagoner Memorial:
2402 Mud Lake Rd, 752-7863
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel of Plant City:
2102 N. Park Rd, 892-0510
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
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,
754-2674
Unity Christ Churdch
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship
Center. US. 92 E
OTHOITOX
Holy Protection
Orthodox Church:


Trinity United

Methodist Church
402 English Sr. Plant Ct-.
Inv'ites you to
Sunday Worship at 1O-0am,
Inspiring Music
dirccred iL I daN. 1 lk,:r:Ln lohn tn
Pou/erful Bible Preacling
b., P"t, ar u Brid.
Children's Worship
Conducted b',
Jn i.lolda, Clhadin. P.tor
(simultaneous with Adult
Worship Service)
God's Squad Youth Service
led by Trey Morris, Youth Pastor
Sunday at 5:30pm
752-9316

3820 Moores Lake Rd,
Dover, 659-0123
PENTECOSTAL
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mahoney St, 757-6123
New Life Temple Pentecostal
Church of God:
3301 Clemons Rd, 7.54-'088
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: Moore's Lake & Holiness
Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the lining God:
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant (itv:
404 W. Reynolds St, 752-4211I
SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR 574, Dover, 659-0930
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawber'r Dr.
752-4694
SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W.Johnson Rd.
754-5968
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 Lithia-PinecrestRd..
Valrico, 685-0998
UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W Sam Allen Rd.
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1 15
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St.
754-3519
Grace. 1801E. Cherry St.
659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr,
754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd.
752-5751
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St.
757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hu.i at
Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinity Plant City: 402 W:
English St, 752-9316


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
5pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
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San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
i0o1 l .7-1 D.-ve.r
Sunday Masses
7am,10 30am & 12 15pm English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563 "mflr
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
(813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Evers Street
Downto.Twn Plant City
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SHILOH
BAPTIST
CHURCH
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9.00 am.
Sunday Worship Services
10 15 a.m. arid 6.00 p.m.
Tuesday Night
Women's Scrapbooklng Club
6 30pm
Wednesday Night Worship
6.15 pm
Actruves for Childdren
& Students 6.00 p m


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OFFERINGS

Gospel sing
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
taken.
Call: 752-1614.
Book synopses
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., will
offer a synopsis of "What
Every Mom Needs," July 17
from 5 to 6:15 p.m.
This study for women
includes tips, questions, and
exercises to apply to every
family situation. Facilitator


will be Stephanie Shuff.
At the same time, Steve
Morris will preview the book
"The Case for Christ," by Lee
Strobel, an award-winning
journalist who holds a law
degree from Yale and was a
spiritual skeptic until 1981.
Call: 752-4104.
Sports camp
Pleasant Grove Assembly of
God, 7051 S. Turkey Creek
Road, will offer a Mega Sports
Camp July 25-27 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
This faith-based camp is
free and open to all children
ages 5 to 12, on a first-come,
first-served basis. Camp
includes rallies with music,
Bible stories, object lessons
and prizes. Athletic volunteers
will teach the fundamentals of
basketball and soccer.


Lunch also will be provided.
Pre-registration is required.
Forms maybe picked up at the
church office.
Call: 737-1012.

Sydney Baptist offers
vacation Bible school
Sydney Baptist Church,
1510 Cre Road, will offer the
"Ramblin' Road Trip" vaca-
tion Bible school for ages 4 to
12 July 25-29 from 6 to 8:30
p.m. A commencement and
rally will be July 30 at 4 p.m.
There will be a picnic and fel-
lowship.
Call: 659-1559.

Lord of Life July Activities
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road,
plans the following events in
July:


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July 24 Christmas in July.
The congregation's Hispanic
Outreach Ministry program
invites members and friends
of the church to help provide
positive experiences for the
children of the Boys & Girls
Club of Dover. A Christmas
tree in the church building is
adorned with the names of
the children, along with their
age and size information. In
early July, members and
friends of Lord of Life will
come by the church and
select one or more names
from the tree. They will
purchase school clothes, wrap
them, put the child's name on
the package, and bring the gift
to the church on or before
July 24. The gifts will then be
taken to Dover.
There will be a "Christmas
Carol Sing" prior to the


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traditional service at 10:15
a.m.
July 31 God and Country
Awards Presentation. The
Rev. Martin will present a
medallion to each of 19
elementary-age students who
grew deeper in their faith by
completing either the "God
and Me" or "God and Coun-
try" course this spring.
I Aug. 13 "Are We There
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children. in kindergarten
through fifth grade, Aug. 13 at
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Registration: 752-6064, Aug. 5.
The church's regular
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12 THE COURIER JULY 14,2005


At right, members of the Plant City
Garden Club present the club's monthly
Beautification Award to Linda and Jim
Chancey of 2877 Hammock Drive in
Walden Lake. The club presents the
award to the owners of a well-land-
scaped yard in the Plant City area.
Pictured standing, from left: Lois Rei-
chard, Darcy Stottlemyer and Linda and
Jim Chancey. Front: Liz Miller, left, and
Em Rawlings. Below, a golfer makes a
putt during the recent Unity in the
Community golf tournament at Walden
Lake Golf and Country Club. The tourna-
ment netted more than $17,000 for Unity,
a nonprofit group whose mission is to
feed Plant City's needy.














Photo courtesy Jimmy Green


Photo courtesy Debbie Siebenthal
Patriotically-decorated boxes grace the window at The UPS Store in Plant
City. The store sponsored the "Proud to be an American" art contest for
children ages 5 to 17 from the Junior Art League of Plant City and Ms.
Cherie's Art and Frame. The boxes, which were judged on creativity, color,
best use of theme and design, are on display at the store through July 18.
The store is collecting items for Plant City's National Guard unit that will
soon be deployed to Kuwait. The items will be packed and shipped to the
troops at the end of July in some of the boxes designed by the youngsters.
Commonly requested items include shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant and
non-perishable snacks. For more information, call Debbie Siebenthal at
754-5533.


Naomi Retter of Lithia flies
through the air during a routine
at the rhythmic gymnastics
national championships for
levels 5/6 in Boston. According
to her grandfather, E. Robert
Lastinger of Lithia, Retter, 12,
had begged her coach to let her
compete in the contest, but as a
new member of the team, wasn't
expected to place at the event.
She went on to win first place in
the ropes and clubs competition,
third place in hoop competition,
and eighth place in the floor
competition, giving her a
combined score that earned her
a second place overall in Level 5.


NELSON
Continued From Page 4
scrambling for ways to pay for
medical care. Spinella is desig-
nated caregiver for three of
her family members and told
Nelson he "needs to hear from
the caregivers and their bene-
ficiaries and not HMOs and
managed care companies." .
When one attendee asked
Nelson when the U.S.
government would acknow-
ledge global warming as a
serious threat, Nelson said he
has been the one "sounding
the alarm" on Capitol Hill,
recalling his space flight that
gave him the chance to see the
earth's atmosphere from
above.
He said he supported a bill
with Republican Sen. John
McCain that would have
forced the government to
enforce stricter pollution
guidelines but "didn't get
close to the number of the


votes" needed to pass it. He
said he'd continue fighting for
it.
Gerald White, a member of
the Tampa Housing Authori-
ty's board of commissioners,
told Nelson he was concerned
about the Bush administra-
tion's priorities when it comes
to helping the nation's and
Florida's poor.
"I feel the poor citizens in
this state are" taking a real
kick," he said. "I want you to
fight with all your might
because I'm afraid of what's
going to happen in this coun-
try withregards to civil rights,"
White said.
R.W. Willaford, a citrus
grower, got laughs from the
crowd when he asked Nelson
to look into why the Plant City
post office's downtown loca-
tion is only open from 10:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


"Why is it that we have a
post office in Plant City that
don't even have doctors' or
bankers' hours?" Willaford
asked.
"I'll see what I can do,"
Nelson said.
Intelligence efforts improving
News from Europe on the
day of the meeting terrorist
bombings targeting the transit
system in London prompted
Nelson to give an update on
the United States' war on ter-
rorism.
Nelson, a Democrat, said
the success of the attacks of
Sept. 11, 2001, were the result
of a "colossal intelligence fail-
ure." Various agencies, such
as the CIA, FBI and Secret
Service, weren't communicat-
ing with each other to form a
united front.
But there's been progress,


Nelson said.
"The good news is, we're
getting it reorganized, and it's
getting better, -nd this'coun-
try is deep, resilient and
strong," he said.
Nelson also addressed the
fight to keep oil companies
from drilling off the coast of
Florida. Nelson said he would
continue the fight for several
reasons, most of important of
which is the threat to Florida's
tourism industry.
He said the "ace up his
sleeve" is that most of the Gulf,
of Mexico is restricted air
space used for military flight
training.
"You can't have oil rigs
operating with that kind of
training going on," he said.
Nelson also touched on the
Supreme Court vacancy left in
the wake of Justice Sandra Day
O'Connor's retirement and


the expected retirement of
Chief Judge William H. Rehn-
quist. He said that, when con-
sidering replacements, he
would look for a judge who is
"open minded, fair, nonparti-
san, nonideological," who
would "apply the law based on
the facts. of the case."
Nelson said he was deeply
troubled by the court's recent,
-controversial 5-4 decision to
allow the city. government in
New London, Conn., to use
eminent domain to seize pri-
vate property for its redevel-
opment plan.
"I don't know if you're as
upset as I am but I don't want
"them taking my home to build
a Wal-Mart," Nelson said,
adding that the Senate will
soon address legislation that
would more specifically define
"public use" as it relates to
eminent domain.