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Williams Named Citizen Of The Year


'QUIET CONTRIBUTOR'
HONORED
Staff Report
Felton Williams' Christmas
present came a little early this
year.
Williams, who was born on
Christmas Eve 1924, was
scheduled to be named Out-
standing Citizen of the Year at
a March 1 banquet at the
Ramada Inn Plantation
House.
"Felton is a very deserving
winner," said Coleman Davis,
winner of the 2005 award.
"The first thing that comes to
mind with Felton is his
charitable spirit, and it's
almost always never in the
public eye. But I have known
him for 40 years and have
been in the position to be able
to observe this generosity with
individuals and organiza-
tions."
Davis, who was scheduled
to introduce this year's winner
at the banquet, said Williams
also made significant contri-
butions to community rela-
tions.
"He is a strong advocate of
equal rights and was a catalyst
for building relations between
minority communities and
the white community in Plant


Felton Williams biography
Felton Williams' family'
moved to Plant Cir\ from
Miami about 19-35. His lathei.
Shorty, opened a retail store
called Shorty's Market at that
lime, and Felton attended
schools in the Plant City area
and helped his lather in the
store until 1943.
In March 1943, Felton was
drafted into the U.S. Army.
He _-erved in the 82nd
Comn bat Military Police Com-
pany for the' duration of
World War II and w\as a ser-
geant when he left the armed
forces in 1946.


He has a servants
heart. He cares about
people and treats ev-
eryone equally, espe-
cially those who are
down."
LEE WILLIAMS
Son of Felton Williams

City in the late 1960s and early
1970s."
The highest civic honor in
Plant City, the award was first
given in 1960.
The Kiwanis Club of Plant
City hosts the event with
financial support from the
city's other service clubs,
including Civitan, Woman's
Club, Junior Woman's Club,
Noonday Rotary, Lions Club,
Optimist Club, Pilot Club and
the Greater Plant City Cham-
ber of Commerce.
The organizations pick a
nominee, and club presidents
select the winner.
Felton's son, Lee, one of the
select few who knew his dad
would be honored,, had no
problem keeping the secret.
"I have known for about a
month now, but I didn't tell
him. I don't want to take away
the surprise," he said.


\\hiile serving in the army,
he married Lucille Bone on
Jan. 2b. 1944-, just before his
company was deplo ed to
Europe. They ha-e three chil-
dren. Leland, Karen and Jeff.
After returning home from
the \vai, he finished his
education and continued to
help his father. He also
w-orked for the Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad.
In 1955,.he opened his own
grocery store on West Baker
Street. Felton's Hiwav
Market. He bulit a new store
at that location in 1962 and
changed the name to Felton's
Food Mart. He would expand


File photo
Plant City's Outstanding Citizen of the Year Felton Williams accepts an award from the City
Commission last November for his contributions to the community. Pictured, from left, are Mayor
John Dicks; Felton Williams, Lucille Williams and two of the couple's three children, Leland and
Karen.


. The honor is well earned,
Lee said.
"He has a servant's heart.
He cares about people and
treats everyone equally, espe-
cially those who are down."


and update that market
several times over the next 20
years. During this time, he
%would open three more loca-
tions in Plant City and one in
Lakeland. He sold the stores
in 1985.
Williams opened a new
location in Walker Plaza in
1985. Shorry's Marker. He
later changed the name to
Felton's Meat and Produce.
He later purchased Walker
Plaza and expanded the store
several times.
Williams has been active in
numerous organization-,
related to the food industry,
including the National Gro-


Watching his father as he
grew up also taught him some
valuable life lessons, Lee said.
"He treated people the
same. He didn't care if you
were the president or a total


cer's Association, Food
Market Institute and the
Florida Retail Grocer's Asso-
ciation.
He served on the board of
directors of Affiliated of Flor-
ida, a cooperative supplies
for independently owned
supermarkets, from 195,9 to
1972, and also served on the
board of the Florida Retail
Grocers Association from
1975 to 1983.
Williams is also active in
his church. Fie joined East-
side Baptist Church Feb. 9,
1947, and still continues to
worship there. He became a
deacon and church treasurer


unknown, he treated everyone
equally," he said. "He also had
a strong faith in God, which he
demonstrated by how he han-
dled situations and treated
others."


in 19-8 and still continues to
serve in those capacities. He
also supports many churchlw
and civic groups with dona-
tions of food or financial
support.
Williams Is a member of
the Greater Plant Cityr Cham-
ber of Commerce and the
Plant City Lions Club.
He served as a member of
the board of directors of
South Florida Baptist
Hospital from 1965 until it
merged with St. los-ph'
Hospital. The WXilliamses
have also been frequent con-
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:4 i.THE,COURPRd' March2, 20D6


Private Airstrip



Facing Opposition


PUBLIC HEARING SET
FOR MARCH 13
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The city is considering
allowing a private landing
strip proposed by a landowner
north of Interstate 4 and west
of Wilder Road.
If Ed Verner is allowed by
the city commission to set
aside eight of 200 acres he
owns, lives on and farms as a
private airstrip, it will be the
first in Plant City.
A public hearing is sched-
uled for March 13 at city hall,
302 W. Reynolds St., to address
the matter.
Verner recently annexed
the entire 200 acres, including
his home, into the city. Eighty
acres of the property is a tree
farm. Verner, a flying enthusi-
ast, would like to use an 8-acre
strip of grass on the property
some 2,100 feet long and
about 150 feet wide for
small- to moderate-sized pri-
vate aircraft.
"Some people are afraid
that this grassy strip will turn
into some kind ofinternational
airport," Verner said. "Rather
than ask me about it, people
are thinking the worst. I own
one plane. I simply want to
use the strip for my occasional
use."
But some of Verner's neigh-
bors want the plan grounded.
Betty Grimes, B. Holley,
Linda Novak and Linda Spivey
recently circulated a flier to
residents living in the area
asking them to contact city
commissioners regarding the-
proposed strip.
The flier states that the
approval of the proposed air
-strip would allow "takeoffs


and landings for up to five air-
planes. This could potentially
be a dangerous and noisy situ-
ation not only for residents,
but for nursing home facilities
and Mike Sansone Park where
are children are involved year-
round."
"I am aware of the safety
issues of flying," Verner said.
"Pilots thrive on safety. The
length and width of the run-
way will offer maximum safety
for landings and takeoffs,
regardless of the wind direc-
tion."
Dennis Spivey, a landowner
in that area, is also concerned
the city will approve the strip
without giving it a careful
review.
"The city is not doing the
right thing," Spivey said.
"Approval seems tco be a fore-
gone conclusion. And the
concerns of the people living
in that area are not being
addressed. It looks like special
consideration is being given.
Our concerns are not being
given the proper amount of
attention."
City Commissioner Bill
Dodson said he hasn't spoken
to Verner or the people who
are opposed to the landing
strip.
"That is what the public
hearing is for," Dodson said.
"I'm sure that anyone who
wanted to talk to city officials
were able to do just that. Peo-
ple sometimes jump to con-
jecture over circumstance.
Anyone who has a concern or
wants to make a statement is
welcome to attend the public
meeting. I only ask that they
maintain an open mind, as I
do. Once all the facts are in we
will make a decision. Not
before."
The private landing strip
was first considered at a Sept.


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Developer Ed Verner has applied to the city for approval of a zoning change that will allow eight
of 200 acres he owns north of Interstate 4 to be used as a grass airstrip for private, but noncom-
mercial use. The zoning change will be considered by the city commission March 13.


15, 2005, meeting of the Plant
City Planning Board. The
board gave its OK with condi-
tions. A new city ordinance
was even drafted for airstrips
within city limits. But the
ordinance was dropped before
it went to the city commission.
City officials feared the new
ordinance would invite more
landowners in the city to
consider building airstrips.
Verner's airstrip plan is now
being considered as a com-
munity unit rezoning. Any
decision would therefore only
apply to Verner's property
and not set a precedent for
future airstrips.


The community unit zoning
plan still has conditions
including limiting the number
of aircraft based on Verner's
,property to five and only
allowing flight operations bet-
ween one hour before sunrise
and 30 minutes after sunset.
Also, the airstrip could not sell
fuel and could not be used for
commercial purposes. All
Federal Aviation Administra-
tion requirements and Florida
statutes would apply.
"The process has been long
and really drawn out," Verner
said. "My request is a lot sim-
pler than most people think. I
just want the convenience of


operating my airplane out of
my property. Nothing more or
less. I have no problem with
any of the restrictions. People
have been using private airs-
trips for a long time."
Verner owns a fabric cov-
ered bi-plane that he hangars
at Lakeland's Linder Regional
Airport.
Verner said he logs between
35 and 50 flights each year and
does not anticipate an
increase in that pattern.
If the city commission
approves the plan, Verner said
it would take a little time to
better prepare the ground for
takeoffs and landings.


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THURSDAY
Library Baby Time
A Baby Time children's program for ages
0 to 14 months and their caretakers will be
presented each Thursday at 10 a.m.
throughout March at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. Share books,
rhymes, songs and games during the 20-
minute program.
Call: 757-9215.

Plantation House schedule
The Ramada Plantation House, 2011 N.
Wheeler St., plans the following entertain-
ment schedule in the Red Rose Ballroom:
Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays: Des-
tiny.
April 29: Tommy Mara and the Crests.
May 6: The Mystics.
Call: 752-3141.

FRIDAY
Friday night gospel sing
Mount Zion Assembly of God, 3005 Tho-
notosassa Road, will host a gospel sing fea-
turing The Sullivan Family from Alabama
and guitarist Richard Kiser March 3 at 7
p.m. A freewill offering will be taken.

SATURDAY
Train show and swap meet
The 16th annual Train Show and Swap
Meet, sponsored by the H.B. Plant Railroad
Historical Society, is set for March 4 at
Hillsborough Community College's John R.
Trinkle Center, 1206 N. Park Road. Admis-
sion: $5. Children 17 and younger will be
admitted free with a paying adult. Call: 412-
3090.

Bargain store open
The Woman's Club of Plant City Bargain
Store, 1110 N. Wheeler St., will be open
March 4 from 8 a.m. to noon.

Church dinner
First United Methodist Church on Morris
Lake Road in Dover plans a church dinner
March 4 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Menu: roast
beef, ham, mashed potatoes, gravy, green
beans, coleslaw and dessert. Cost: Adults,
$6.50; children, $2.50. Call: 659-1415.

Fish fry
A fish fry will take place March 4 at 5:30
p.m. at Cedar Grove Baptist Church, 8201
Cedar Grove Church Road. The menu
includes fried grouper, grits, coleslaw,
baked beans, hush puppies, dessert and
drink for a $6 donation. Call: 737-1234.

Gospel sing
A gospel sing featuring The Forgiven is
set for March 4 at Church of God of Proph-
ecy, 11607 Grovewood in Thonotosassa. A
freewill offering will be taken. Call: Dee
Pitts, 752-2778.

TUESDAY
Library Baby Time
One Community, One Book: Tampa-
Hillsborough Reads will discuss "Before
Women Had Wings" March 7 at 11 a.m. at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St. Call: 757-9215.

Friendship, fine tea luncheon
The Plant City Christian Women's Club
plans a "Friendship & Fine Tea" luncheon
March from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Walden
Lake Golf& Country Club. Cost: $12. Reser-
vations: 759-1708, by March 2.

Library offers Toddler, Story Time
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St. will offer the following children's pro-
grams on Tuesdays throughout March:
Toddler Time for ages 15 to 30 months
and their caregivers, 9:30 a.m. Stories,
finger plays and songs make up this 20-
minute program.
Story Time for ages 2 1/2 to 5 who can
sit by themselves in a group, 10:30 a.m.
Finger plays and songs make up the 30-
minute program.
Call: 757-9215.

WEDNESDAY
Learning center registration
First Baptist Learning Center and Pre-
school will be registering 2-, 3- and 4-year-


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F ^ Sinatra tribute

concert
First United Methodist
Church of Plant City plans a
concert with "The Pied
Pipers" at 7 p.m. March 5 at
the Wesley Centre, 202 W.
Reynolds St. Cost: $20.
Contact Michele Pruyn at
musicmin@tampabay.rr.com
or call 754-3519.






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Multi-family yard sale
Bealsville Church of God plans a multi-family yard sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March
4 at Ruby's Produce Stand, 2001 State Road 60. Barbecue food will be available.
Ruby Williams, above, will also have some of her artwork, which has been displayed
at the Smithsonian Museum, for sale. Ten percent the proceeds from art sales will
go to the church. Call: 737-1762.


olds for the 2006-07 school year March 8
from 9 to 11 a.m. in the learning center
office at Baker and Collins streets.
Call: 754-1773.

Library Story Time
Story Time for ages 3 to 5 who can sit by
themselves in a group will be presented
Wednesday at 10 a.m. throughout March at
Thonotosassa Branch Library, 10715 Main
St. Stories, finger plays and songs make up
the 30-minute program. Call: 987-6215.

PLAN AHEAD
Evening golf tournament
The Plant City Lancers soccer team plans


a night golf tournament March 10. The two-
man scramble, which includes a putting
contest, will have a 3:30 p.m. shotgun start
with nine holes during the day and nine at
night.
Cost: $55 per person including cart, two
glow balls, dinner and prizes.
Call: Chris, 299-2449.

Gardening program
JoAnne Whale will present a master gar-
dening program on wildflower and native
plants March 13 at 7 p.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St. Free.
Call: 757-9215.


CLUB (LIPS

Epilepsy support group
An epilepsy support group
meets the second Tuesday of
each month from 10 to 11 a.m.
in the South Florida Baptist
Hospital conference room,
301 N. Alexander St. Call: 754-
4444.

Civil War unit
Step into the ranks of his-
tory as a Southern cannoneer
and join the Milton Light
Artillery, Co. A. Milton is a
Civil War re-enacting unit
based on an actual 1860s
Florida battery. Milton re-
enacts more than 15 battles a
year and includes civilian and
nursing impressions.
E-mail info@miltonartill-
ery.com or visit www.milt-
onartillery.com.

Square-dancing lessons
Square dances and square
dancing lessons are held on a
regular basis at Strawberry
Square, 4401 Boot Bay Road.
Information: 752 0491 or
www.floridadanceweb.com/
strawberry.

Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
meets the second Thursday
of the month at the Ramada
Inn at 6:30 p.m., 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Dinner buffet is
$15. Call: Linda McDonald,
757-0772.

Plant City High
Class of 1960
The Plant City High School
Class of 1960 meets the
second Friday of each month
at 9 a.m. at BuddyFreddys,
1101 Goldfinch Drive. Call:
Warren Wilson, 685-9401.

Strawberry Toastmasters
The Strawberry Toastmas-
ters Club, the city's second
Toastmasters club, meets
every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in
the community room at
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Call: Kathie, 719-7668.

Plant City Toastmasters
The Plant City Toastmas-
ters Club meets Thursdays at
7:30 a.m. at the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce,
106 N. Evers' St. Call: Hal
Brewer, 752-4949.

Plant City Rotary
The Plant City Noonday
Rotary Club meets Mondays
at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St. Call:
Steve Saloman, 299-2233.

Turkey Creek Class of 1961
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1961 meets
the first Thursday of each
month at 6 p.m. at BuddyF-
reddys, 1101 Goldfinch Drive.
The meetings are informal
and all classmates including
nongraduates are invited.
Teachers and staff are also
invited.
Call: Elaine Rogers Lister,
752-0118.

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







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'GEARED TO YOUNG'
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
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Florida Strawberry Festival
organizers have added new
attractions and improved two
popular events to appeal to an
audience that could possibly
reach one million if the weather
cooperates.


This year, about 325 food
vendors and exhibitors will vie
for the attention of the thou-
sands of visitors expected each
day. Aside from the headlining
entertainers, sideshows, fair
rides, food and games, festival
officials have added a mixed
bag of new exhibits to entertain
the throng. Festival president
Johnny Dean Page said the
focus of the festival will remain


centered upon families and
children.
"We will continue, as we
have in the past, to provide a
festival that is geared toward
the youngsters in our commu-
nity," Page said. Some of the
newly attractions include:
Dance Heads an
interactive piece that uses a
chroma key and a green screen
to mix live participants' heads


superimposed onto pre-
recorded dancers' bodies with
fully animated backgrounds.
Wiggle Car "Magic" cars
that are powered by the will of
the driver, zipping left and right
with each pull on the steering
wheel. For kids of all ages.
La Mundial- Established in
1906 in Quito, Ecuador,
custom-made boots from
Western wear to exotics.


Things to see
The following are some
events and displays will take
place during the Florida Straw-
berry Festival:
Demonstration of pioneer
skills in early arts and trades.
Plant City Garden Club hor-
ticulture show in the Arthur
Boring Building.
Photography contest dis-
play.
Poultry show, March 2-8.
o Rabbit show, March 2-8.
*Art Show.
Shoebox Float display.
Strawberry production
exhibit.

Midway
The midway opens daily at
noon except on Saturday,
Sunday and Monday, when it
opens at 10 a.m.
The new enlarged Strawberry
Patch Kiddy Corral opens at 10
a.m. and closes at 10:30 p.m.
Near Gate No. 5 at the east end
of the festival grounds, it is a
ride center geared for the youn-
ger set.

Entertainment
The following is a list of free
entertainment:
Star of the Peking Acrobats:
11:30 a.m., 2:30, 5:30 and 8:30
p.m., Showcase Tent; there will
be no 11:30 a.m. or show on
March 4; March 6, there will be
no 2:30 p.m. show; March 10-
11, there will be no 8:30 p.m.
show.
*Dennis Lee: 1, 4 and 7 p.m.,
Showcase Tent. There will be
no 1 p.m. show March 4 and
March 6. There will be no 7
p.m. show March 10-11.
The Rev. Arthur Jones, Ste-,
phen Jones & Bible Based Fel-
lowship Cathedral Choir:
March 11, 7:30 to 10 p.m.,
Showcase Tent.
*The Florida Opry: March 10,
7:30 to 10 p.m., Showcase Tent.
Artists are Tugboat Jerry, Ken
McWilliams & The Nashville
Band.
The Southern Star Blue-
grass: 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., daily,
north of the administration
building.
*Rowdy Rooster Show: 11:30
a.m., 4:30 and 7 p.m., daily.
Roving vehicle show at 10:30
a.m., 1:30 and 5:30 p.m.
Bikes, Boards & Blades: 12:
30, 3:30 and 6:30 p.m., daily, on
the north side of the fair office.
Robinson's Paddling Pork-
ers: noon, 2, 3,4, 5 and 6 p.m. in
the livestock area.
*Runa Pacha: 10:30 a.m., 12:
15, 2:15 and 4:15 p.m., daily,
Music Revue Tent. The 6 and 8
p.m. shows will be by the Car-
riage House.

Senior Citizens' Day
March 2
10 a.m.: gates open.
*Noon: midway opens.
All day: poultry and rabbit
shows, Poultry and Rabbit


Tent; FiTec competition, New
Expo Building.
10:30 to 11:30 a.m. and
noon to 1 p.m.: Jimmy Sturr
and his Orchestra, Stadium.
4 and 7:30 p.m.: Darryl
Worley, stadium.
7 p.m.: youth swine show,
TECO Livestock Arena.

Moonlight Magic
March 3
Patrons ages 13 and older
will get $1 off the regular gate
admission price of $9 or $5 off
for ages 6 to 12 with a Pepsi
coupon. Moonlight Magic -
ride most mechanical rides for
a price of $20 per person. All
patrons entering the midway
from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. will be
required to purchase a $20
wristband.
10 a.m.: gates open.
Noon midway opens.
All day: poultry and rabbit
shows, Poultry and Rabbit
Tent; FiTec competition, New
Expo Building.
1 p.m.: dairy contestant
judging, TECO Livestock
Arena.
4 p.m.: Terri Clark, sta-
dium.
7 p.m.: youth swine sale,
TECO Livestock Arena.
7:30 p.m.: Terri Clark, sta-
dium
11 p.m. to 3 a.m.: Moonlight
Magic, Midway.

Children's Day
March 4
Children through high school
age will admitted free all day,
with rides reduced until 4 p.m.
o 10 a.m.: gates and midway
opens.
All day: poultry and rabbit
shows, Poultry and Rabbit
Tent; FiTec competition, New
Expo Building.
11 a.m.: Youth Parade.
Noon: dairy show show-
manship, TECO Livestock
Arena.
2 p.m.: dairy show, TECO
Livestock Arena.
4 and 7:30 p.m.: Steven
Curtis Chapman, stadium.
8 p.m.: swine released,
TECO Livestock Arena.

Family Day
March 5
10 a.m.: gates and midway
open.
All day: poultry and rabbit
shows, Poultry and Rabbit Tent
11:30 a.m.: adult showman-
ship, Dairy, TECO Livestock
Arena.
12:30 p.m.: pee wee show-
manship, Dairy, TECO Live-
stock Arena.
1 p.m.: Dairy Costume Ball,
TECO Livestock Arena.
12:45 to 1:45 p.m.: Registra-
tion for baby contest entrants -
Hillsborough County babies
only Entertainment Show
Tent.
2 to 4 p.m.: Baby Contest:
Decorated Diaper Contest;


Baby Features Contest; Diaper
Derby (Hillsborough County
babies only), Entertainment
Show Tent.
2 p.m.: youth ornamental
horticulture plant sale, Plant
Show Tent.
*4 and 7:30 p.m.: Larry Gatlin
and Gatlin Brothers, stadium.

Grand Parade Day
March 6
Ride-A-Thon is from 10
a.m. to 11 p.m. A wristband
purchased at the midway for
$17 will entitle the wearer to
ride most mechanical rides.
7 a.m.: Farm Credit Straw-
berry Salute Breakfast, by
invitation.
10 a.m.: gates and midway
open.
All day: poultry and rabbit
shows, Poultry & Rabbit Tent;
FiTec competition, New Expo
Building.
10:30 a.m.: Parade Lun-
cheon, by invitation.
1 p.m.: Grand Feature
Parade, downtown Plant City.
4 and 7:30 p.m.: Mel Tillis,
stadium
6 p.m.: lamb jumping con-
test, Lamb Tent.
7 p.m.: lamb show, Lamb
Tent.

Ride-A-Thon Day
March 7
Ride-A-Thon is from 3 to 11
p.m. A wristband purchased at
the midway for $17 will entitle
the wearer to ride most
mechanical rides.
10 a.m.: gates open.
*Noon: midway opens.
All day: poultry and rabbit
shows, Poultry and Rabbit
Tent; FiTec competition, New
Expo. Building.
2 p.m.: strawberry stem-
ming contest, Entertainment
Show Tent.
4 p.m.: Connie Smith, sta-
dium
7 p.m.: lamb costume con-
test, Lamb Tent.
7:30 p.m.: Willie Nelson,
stadium

Ride-A-Thon Day
March 8
Ride-A-Thon is from 3 to 11
p.m. A wristband purchased at
the midway for $17 will entitle
the wearer to ride most
mechanical rides.
10 a.m.: gates open
Noon: midway opens
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.: poultry
and rabbit shows, Poultry &
Rabbit Tent.
*All Day: FiTec competition,.
New Expo Building.
4 and 7:30 p.m.: Lonestar,
stadium.
6 p.m.: Youth Steer Show,
TECO Livestock Arena.

Ride-A-Thon and
Senior Citizen's Day
March 9
Patrons 60 and older get $1


off the gate admission of $9 all
day.
Ride-A-Thon is from 3 to 11
p.m.
A wristband purchased at the
midway for $17 will entitle the
wearer to ride most mechanical
rides.
10 a.m.: gates open.
Noon: midway opens.
All day: FiTec competition,
New Expo Building.
10:30 to 11:30 a.m. and
noon to 1 p.m.: Jo Ann Castle,
stadium.
3 p.m.: strawberry short-
cake eating contest, Entertain-
ment Show Tent.
4 p.m.: Debbie Reynolds,
stadium.
7:30 p.m.: Dierks Bentley,
stadium.

Moonlight Magic
March 10
Moonlight Magic ride
most mechanical rides for one
price of $20 per person.
All patrons entering the
midway from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m.
for this event will be required to
purchase a $20 wristband.
10 a.m.: gates open.
Noon: midway opens
+ All day: FiTec competition,
New Expo Building.
*3 to 5 p.m.: livestock contes-
tant judging contest, TECO
Livestock Arena.
+4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.: JoDee
Messina, stadium.
6 p.m.: showmanship
judging beef breed, Beef
Breed Tent.
7:30 to 10 p.m.: Florida
Opry, featuring Tugboat Jerry,
Ken McWilliams & the Nash-
ville Band, Showcase Tent.
o 11 p.m. to 3 a.m.: Moonlight
Magic, midway.

Youth In Agriculture
Day
March 11
10 a.m.: gates and midway
open.
All day: FiTec competition,
New Expo Building.
10:15 a.m.: Baby Parade,
stadium.
4 and 7:30 p.m.: Rhonda
Vincent, stadium.
7 p.m.: youth steer sale,
TECO Livestock Arena.
7:30 to 10 p.m.: The Rev. Art
Jones, Stephen Jones, Bible
Based Fellowship Cathedral
Choir. Appearing in Showcase
Tent.

Family Day
March 12
10 a.m.: gates and midway
open
All day: FiTec competition,
New Expo Building.
Noon: youth beef breed
show, Beef Breed Tent.
4 p.m.: Trace Adkins, sta-
dium.
7:30 p.m.: Big & Rich, sta-
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York Shows Heart At Fashion Show


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist

Laura York, television
meteorologist, author and
mistress of ceremonies for
this year's Florida Strawberry
Festival Fashion Show, has an
award-winning strawberry
cookbook out, "Simple
Strawberry Sensations!"
She graciously gave
everyone who attended the
show last month a copy in
order to spread the word of
the Pediatric Cancer Founda-
tion, started in 1991 by two
Tampa mothers who met
when their infant daughters
were undergoing cancer
treatments.
The foundation has funded
more than $1.8 million in
research grants to All Chil-
dren's, St. Joseph's and
Shands hospitals. If you'd like
a copy, contact Shelby
Bender at 752-2800.
For those who couldn't
make the show, Sister's
Boutique and Gifts on
Reynolds Street has copies of
the cookbook. All proceeds go
to the foundation.

Nelsons inspired
by chaperone experience
Sometimes the love you
give can't begin to match the
love you get. Plant City
residents Doug Nelson, a
general contractor, and his
wife, Sharin, director of
program development at the
Children's Cancer Center in
Tampa, have discovered that.
As volunteers, they chaper-
one children during the
Circle of Friends winter trips
sponsored by the Wunsch
Family Foundation. Jerry
Wunsch, formerly with the
Tampa Bay Buccaneers and
Seattle Seahawks, lost a
relative to cancer and saw
firsthand how it affected
children. He set up the
foundation to have NFL
players bring children being
treated for cancer or chronic
blood disorders to Wausaw,
Wis., his hometown, for a long
weekend of winter fun,
including skiing, tubing,
sleigh rides and snowmobil-
ing.
Four children from the
Tampa area accompanied
Doug and Sharin. Their first
stop was Green Bay where the
kids toured the Green Bay
Packers' locker rooms.
Ten NFL players were
involved in this year's trip,
including Seattle Seahawks'
Grant Wistrom and Joe
Jurevicius, and players from
the New Orleans Saints,
Atlanta Falcons, Buffalo Bills,
Green Bay Packers and
Minnesota Vikings. Forty
children, ages 9 to 16, from


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at this year's Florida strawberry Festival fashion show. Below,










Photo courtesy of Laura York
Above, Laura York gave out copies of her strawberry cookbook


who are undergoing treatment for cancer or chronic blood
disorders.


across the country took part
in the trip.
"The children are amazing
and inspiring," Sharin said.
Michelle Pierson, who directs
the Wunsch Family Founda-
tion, said the Nelsons are
special individuals who have
given their time and love for
nine years. The Nelsons have
two children, Chandler, 11, and
Spencer, 7, who attend Walden
Lake Elementary School.

Essie Jenkins marks
31 years at SFBH
Essie Jenkins thinks South
Florida Baptist Hospital is a
lifesaver and blessing in her
life.
She retired from the
hospital in February after 31
years of service in environ-
mental services. This Plant
City native and mother of four
said the hospital has been like
a family.
"I loved it," said Jenkins,
who is in her 50s. "I plan to


take it easy for a while and
would like to help the sick and
elderly in some way."
She doesn't rule out going
back to Hillsborough Com-
munity College to study
bookkeeping or becoming a
teacher's aide.
A divorcee for 13 years,
Essie said a new man has
come into her life. "I had
emergency surgery at SFBH
and one of the environmental-
service employees came and
checked on me every day of
my seven-day stay. We've
grown close, and after losing
my mom last year, he's been a
real blessing to me."
Essie has a son who works
for Palm Harbor Homes here
in Plant City. Of her three
daughters, one manages a
Checkers, another is a CPA in
New York, while her youngest
is studying finance at Florida
A&M University.
God bless this special
woman.


Lodge celebrates 130 years
It has been around for 130
years and the members are
proud of it. The Olin S. Wright
Masonic Lodge was chartered
as Ebenezer Lodge, near Kath-
leen, in 1876, and moved to
Plant City in 1884.
The lodge, with 233 mem-
bers, installed its new officers
recently.
Its upcoming projects
include sponsoring a Plant
City girls' softball team and a
boys' Little League team,
Christmas programs for area
children and special needs
adults, the Christmas parade
and the W.K. Harrington
Scholarship Fund.
The club's new officers are:
Phil Bethea, Robert Powell,
Louis Mittong, Ben Piatt,
Robert May, Clarence
Rudolph, Roger Mays, James
Baldwin, Robert Dixon,
Robert Willis, Floyd Alder-
man, John Hancock, Robert
Kirkpatrick and James Ford.


Dr. Brewer retired?
Dr. Hal Brewer just thinks
he is retired. He's a very busy
man. He and Russ Peavy-
house read to the children at
the Alsobrook Center recently
He also judged this year's
Optimist Club Oratorical Con-
test with Joanna Franz and
Rick Norman, all members of
the PC Toastmasters Club.

Kudos to guild
Congratulations to East
Hillsborough Art Guild
Florida State Fair ribbon
winners Louise Anders, Harry
Day, Margie Johnson, Leo
Watson and Louann Watson.
Louann and Louise each
received two ribbons.

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OBITUARIES


Scouts honor White
The Gulf Ridge Council Boy Scouts
honored Charles S. White for his
continued support and involve-
ment with the Boy Scouts at a
fundraiser luncheon Feb. 23.
"Charles White has dedicated his
life to the Boy Scouts," Mayor John
Dicks told the audience as he
presented White with a proclama-
tion from the city. "I was honored
and humbled by this honor and
very happy many people in Plant
City support the Scouts," White
said after the ceremony. The
luncheon raised more than $4,400
for the Scouts, according to
organizer Dean Snyder. Mike
Alstott, of Tampa Bay Buccaneers
fame, was scheduled to be the
guest speaker for the event, but
could not attend due to illness.


Farkas
George L. Farkas, 77, of
Plant City died Feb. 10.
He was born in Turkey
Creek and was a lifelong resi-
dent of Plant City.
His first job was with Atlan-
tic Coastline Railroad. He
became a welder and worked
for Plant City Steel and then at
Mulberry Construction before
entering the citrus industry
full time and developed
Farkas Citrus Nursery and
Groves.
He was a member of Turkey
Creek First Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Esther Prosch Farkas; a son,
George L. Jr. and wife Lisa of
Plant City; a daughter, Chris-
tine Stidd and her husband,
Wilbur, of Plant City; a sister-
in-law, Mary of Plant City; and
six grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral home.

Romero
Vidal Romero, 53, of Plant
City died Feb. 10.
He was born in Harrisburg,
Pa., and moved here from
New Jersey 10 years ago.
He was a laborer.
He is survived by a son,
Vidal Jr. of Tampa; a daughter,
Mindy C. of Tampa; his par-
ents, Juan and Gloria of Plant
City; three brothers, Nelson of
Plant City, Tony of Utah and
Angel of New Jersey; three sis-
ters, Diane Perez of Plant City,
Lydie of Georgia and Iris B.


Afanador of New Jersey.
Haught Funeral Home.

Wilkerson
Ruby C. Farris Wilkerson,
77, of Plant City died Feb. 11.
She was born in Trion, Ga.,
and moved here 61 years ago.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her
husband, Hugh "Bob"; a son,
Robert of Lakeland; a
daughter, Fay Savage of Plant
City; two brothers, Frank
Farris of Carrollton, Texas,
and Don Farris of Defuniak
Springs; two sisters, Betty
Gales of Ocala and Peggy
Benefield of Henegar, Ala.; a
grandchild; and a great-
grandchild. Gentry-Morrison
Funeral Home, Lakeland.

Britt
Bernice Howze Britt, 76, of
Plant City died Feb. 12.
She was born in Colquitt
County, Ga., and was a long-
time resident of Plant City.
She was retired from South
Florida Baptist Hospital and
was a longtime member of
Cedar Grove Baptist Church.
She is survived by her
husband, Tommie W.; -two
daughters, Debbie Tickel of
Plant City and Kathy Barwick
of Fort Meade; two sisters,
Merle Dexter of Lakeland and
Sara Jarrell of Americus, Ga.;
three grandchildren; and a
great-grandchild.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


More than 250 people turned out for the luncheon at the Wesley Centre.


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4pm English. 6:30pm Spanish
at
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3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
iOn )01 574 Doverri
Sunday Masses
7am & 10:30am English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(Ort I ., Exil 21 S :'ulhi
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St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
1813I754-1237 or 8si?478-1185


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BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road. Plant City

Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 1000 AM
Morning Woiship II O0 A.M
Evening Worship 6-00 PM
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
7-00 PM
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor




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402 English St..

Plant Cit'



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Sunday Worship Services
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MARCH 2, 2006 THE COURIER 11


INSIDE THE PLANT CITY CITIZENS' POLICE ACADEMY


ERT The
When residents need help,
they call the police.
When the police need
help, they call these guys.
Who are these guys?
They are members of Plant
City's Emergency Response
Team the "green berets" of
the police department.
The ERT is utilized by
Police Chief Bill McDaniel
for incidents such as hostage
situations and negotiations,
barricaded suspects, service
of high-risk warrants, drug
raids, searches for armed
suspects, civil disorder and
other special events.
ERT members are required
to be.cross-trained and at
the top of their game at all
times. McDaniel said
readiness makes the differ-
ence between life and death
- real life and death.
ERT assignments are
"collateral duty" for all team
members, with each
member serving a full-time
assignment in other depart-
ment positions.
To become a member,
officers must pass a rigorous
physical fitness test, be
psychologically suited for
the work, be proficient with
firearms, have a strong
resume that displays an
excellent work record and
have thorough knowledge of
department policies and
procedures. You don't get on
this team merely because
you want to; you get on this


Green Berets'Of The Police Department
'


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JERRY
LOFSTROM
Columnist. .


team because you've met
strict departmental entry
requirements.
And even after you've.
passed all of the above
criteria, you're not guaran-
teed a spot. There are only
so many openings at any
given time, and there is
more than one applicant
vying for that one spot. (For
security reasons, police
officials would not say how
many officers are part of the
ERT.)
Once the tenacious and
lucky have secured an ERT
position, they are required
to maintain their level of
physical fitness and weapons
proficiency through training.
Sound easy? Think again.
Remember George Rada,
the pediatrician who fatally
shot his wife in the driveway
of their Walden Lake home
in June 2003? (Rada was


JERRY LOFSTROM/
Demonstrating tactics during an assault, the Plant City ERT team staged a mock attack on an
empty house for the class.


convicted of first-degree
murder in 2004 and is
serving a life sentence.)
Armed and dangerous, he
barricaded himself in his
house claiming to have a
hostage, threatening to kill
others, while his wife lay
dead.
It was a perilous moment
for Plant City a time when
the community desperately
needed its police depart-
ment.


Chief McDaniel dis-
patched the ERT to the scene
within minutes of the call,
and the unit went into
action. They blocked off
roads in the neighborhood
surrounding the home,
secured Rada's two children,
who had watched while their
mother was killed, and then,
under threat of gunfire, they
removed the woman's body
from the driveway. Armed
with submachine guns, they


crouched behind police cars
and circled the home. The
ERT negotiator called on a
bullhorn for Rada to pick up
the phone, and after two
hours of negotiation, talked
Rada out of the house
without another shot fired.
ERT members were
certainly special on that
afternoon in Walden Lake.
The Citizens' Police
Academy cadets recently got
See ACADEMY, Page 22


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Fugitive Arrested After 3-Week Investigation


DRUGS, CASH
CONFISCATED
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
A 23-year-old Plant City
man who has a history of
arrests dating back to 2001
was arrested Feb. 23 and is
facing 10 felony charges.
Kendrick S. Brown, of 612
Charter St., was arrested about
6:21 p.m. at 1909 S. Frontage
Road.
The arrest followed a three-
week investigation, Plant City
Police Department officials
said.
Brown was wanted on
charges of escape from con-
finement, battery on a law
enforcement officer, resisting
arrest with violence, and
several probation violations,
said Capt. John Borders.
"Brown was convicted of
drug charges last year and


received a six-year suspended
sentence," Borders said.
"Three weeks ago, Brown's
probation officer attempted to
arrest Brown after he failed a
court-ordered urine test."
Borders said Brown escaped
from the parole officer and
has been sought by police ever
since.
Brown was arrested in the
middle of a drug sale, police
said, and in possession of 92.7
grams of cocaine, 31.9 grams
of marijuana, a police scan-
ner, five AK-47 bullets and
$5,668.26 in cash.
County records show Brown
has been charged with deliv-
ery of cocaine within 1,000
feet of a school; possession of
a controlled substance; traf-
ficking; battery on a law
enforcement officer; escape;
criminal mischief; and oppos-
ing an officer with violence.
Brown is at the Orient Road
Jail and being held without
bond.


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Sgt. Steven Singletary of the Plant City Police Department's Street Crimes Unit looks over money,
drugs, cell phones, a police scanner and other items confiscated from Kendrick Brown following a
three-week investigation that led to Brown's Feb. 23 arrest.


POLICE BEAT


Crash sends 4 to hospital
Two Plant City residents
were treated and released
from a Brandon hospital, and
two men were treated for
more serious injuries follow-
ing a Feb. 22 car crash at the
intersection of State Road 60
and Sydney Washer Road, said
Hillsborough County Sheriffs
Office officials.
A 2006 Ford F-150, driven
by Kevin Oswald, 45, and pas-
senger Kainan Oswald, 14,


both of 4611 Lantana Place,
Plant City, was traveling west
about 8:45 p.m. on State Road
60 when Antonio Jimenez, 22,
who was driving a 1992 Dodge
Dynasty, ran a stop sign at
Sidney Washer Road and
entered the westbound lanes
of State Road 60, police said.
, The Ford struck the left side
of the Dodge, causing serious
injuries to Jimenez,'who was
taken to Tampa General
Hospital. Francisco Nives, a


passenger in the Dodge, was
taken to a Lakeland hospital
with nonlife-threatening inju-
ries, a sheriffs office report
said. Kevin and Kainan Oswald
were taken to Brandon
Regional Hospital where they
were treated and released.
A sheriff's office spokesman
said charges are pending.

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FOR MARCn L2 entrees that include grilled a sailboat outing, a biplane .
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If you want to host a party ian-style thinly sliced steak. special silent auction item is a Plant City 203 W. Alexander St. (in front of Kash N' Karry)
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them came up with the follow-
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ana."
Italian antipasti trays
including mortsdella, pro-


oli in pesto sauce and cheese
tortellini with Alfredo sauce.
Desserts will include mini
cannoli and a strawberry truf-
fle.
During the meal guests will
have the choice of red or white
Italian wines or iced tea.
In addition to the meal,
there will be a silent auction
under the aegis of Marsha and


The event will take place
March 26 from 1 to 4 p.m. in
the gardens of Mikie and Dean
Snyder and Cassandra and
George Banning. Cost is $100
per person and all proceeds
will go to the SFBH Founda-
tion for the benefit of the hos-
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Meals on Wheels
seeks volunteers
Meals and Wheels of Plant
City seeks volunteers to
deliver meals. Drivers use
their own cars and should be
able to work between 10 a.m.
and 12:30 p.m. Call: 754-9932.

HCC seeks bilingual math,
reading teachers
The Plant City campus of
Hillsborough Community
College is in need of certified
reading and mathematics
bilingual instructors for its
Adult General Education Pro-
gram.
Class hours will be flexible


to accommodate the work
schedules of students residing
in the Plant City area. The
classes take place at HCC's
Plant City campus.
HCC established the pro-
gram to help individuals not
only earn their high school
diploma but transition to col-
lege as well. Call: 757-2111.

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club
seeks used eyeglasses and
hearing aids.
The club collects the items
for distribution to needy
people in Florida and other
nations. To donate, place the
items in a "Lions Recycle for


Sight" collection bin at the
following locations: the office
of Drs. Humphrey and Mag-
gard, Strong Optical, 800 Opti-
cal, Wal-Mart Optical, the
office of Dr. Kulyk, Publix,
Kash n' Karry on Alexander
Street and the Meadows at
Countrywood.

Pregnancy Care Center
The Pregnancy Care Center
of Plant City, 304 N. Collins
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4-H RETURNS FROM

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By JENNIFER HOWELL
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With entries in five shows at
the Florida Strawberry Festi-
val, members of Barnyard
Blessings 4-H Club in Plant
City have varying interests.
Club members will partici-
pate in the sheep show, poul-
try show, baking contest,
photography contest and
plant sale.
According to Stephanie
Farmer, a mother who helps
run the club, some 4-H clubs
focus on one particular
interest such as politics or
horses. "Ours is quite diversi-
fied," she said.
While the club's members
may have different interests,
they share a common goal to
serve the community.
The club received the atten-
tion of the media in November
' for auctioning a pig raised by
the members for $13,000. The
winning bid came from the
Piccadilly restaurant in Bran-
don, and the money will be
used to help Hurricane Wilma
victims in Clewiston, Fla.
Club members visited Cle-
wiston in December to assess
hurricane damage done to,' a
4-H horse barn and \isi[ with
seven families. affected by the
hurricane. Three of the men m-
bers, and two adult chaper-


ones, returned to the small
city Feb. 25 with help in hand.
They brought a trailer filled
with toys, clothes and house-
hold items for the families and
provided labor and $5,000 in
materials and to fix the barn.
"Lowe's in Plant City gave
us a good price on materials
and delivered them on Friday
(Feb. 24)," Farmer said. "A lot
of people in Plant City have
been good about donating.
We were giving away bikes,
toys We were making people
happy."
The club also provided
money to another 4-H club
who had to rebuild a pig barn
destroyed by Hurricane
Wilma.
The experience of helping
the hurricane victims has
made an impact on ninth-
grader Emily Sexton, who has
been a member of the club for
more than two-years.
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been through hurricanes and
had no serious damage. But to
live through one and 'have
nothing left ... we're. able -to
replace what they've lost."
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and high school age, and.they
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Unity donates to food bank
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DURANT HIGH SCHOOL REPORT



Studen ts Join National Honor Society


JENNIFER
HOOKS
Columnist


The National Honor Society
inducted 87 Durant High
School students last month.
They were: Mindy Adams,
Jennifer Alex, Alyssa Anza-
lone, Dan Barousse, Justin
Bechtold, Jack Bello, David
Berdy, KelseyBowers,Yesenia
Castillo, Patrick Causey, Kim-
berly Cawood, Staci Clark,
Ashley Davis, Zachary Dever,
Ryan Diguglielmo, Joclyn
Emerson, JoshFletcher, Sarah
Fowler, Lauren Gafford, Brit-
tany Garcia, Kara Gee, Joshua
Golden, David Gonzalez,
Kaley Goodfellow, Jennifer
Gray, Ashley Hart, Derek
Harvey, TraceyHerbert, Jona-
than Hobren, Nathan Hol-
combe, StevenInfield, Kristen
Jones, Rachel Keeney,
Heather Kelley, Zoe Kenney,
Adam Kipper, fared Loch-
mueller, Paul Lovelace, Saree-


sha Mackey, Amy Marsh,
Stephanie Mazariegos, Mat-
thew Michael, Rebecca
Napier, David Nickeson,
Frank Nowakowski, Lauren
Olfson, Meghan Parker,
Jordan Pastorius, Christo-
pher Planle, Sarah Player,
Sarah Pribil, Tim Racine,
Clint Randolph, Jaclyn Rau-
lerson, Traci Reynolds, Eric
Riddle, Chelsea Roberts, Erin
Roberts, Erica Sanders,
Rachel Sanders, Margaret
Schmidt, Nicole Schoen,
Brooke Shidler-Lattz, Cam-
eron Shidler-Lattz, Courtney
Silver, Courtney Sizemore,
Grant Sizemore, Dana Spyri-
dakos, Michael St. Martin,"
Patricia St. Martin, Kalyn Sta-
naland, Mark Stutzman,
Shane Taylor, Joshua Triplett,
Addison Vawters, Eva Villa-
real, Hillary Vircik, Michelle
Weeon, Chase Wetherington,
Samantha Whitcomb, Rata-
shaWilliams, KelvinWiliams,
Ian Williamson, Kate Wil-
liamson, Jessica Wolff, Laura
Ziegelhofer and Casey Zim-
merman.
Hillsborough Count Sher-
iff David Gee was the guest
speaker at the ceremony, and
the Durant auditorium was
full of parents, teachers and
students.

Student government
Interested in being a


JENNIFER HOOKS/Photos
Two members of the Durant math statistics team placed at a competition at Leto High School
earlier this year.


member of student
government?
Applications can be picked
up from Mr. DeAcunto in
Room 612 and are due March
17.

Success adding
up for math club
The Durant High School Mu
Alpha Theta math club mem-
bers have seen their hard work
pay off.
Earlier this year, Jessica


Johnson placed fourth in the
individual statistics competi-
tion at Leto High School, along
with Joe Moore, who placed in
the individual calculus com-
petition and Kevin Wade, who
also placed in the statistics
competition.

Blue ribbon for science club
The Durant Marine Science
Competition Club placed first
in regional competition at the
University of South Florida


Marine Science center last
month. Club members will be
competing nationally May 13-
15 in Monierey, Calif., with
Mark Slutzman. Justin
Varnum, Steven Hooper, Shel-
ton Hook and Scott Braddock
making the trip for Durant.
The competition will con-
sist of individual and group
tests i ria round-robin style.
Students in the club will begin
to practice soon so that they
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IN THE SPIRIT


The Rev. Donald E. Mason

Evangelical Presbyterian Church


The Rev. Donald Mason has
been ministering in the area
since the beginning of 1985.
After 21 years, the Plant City
has become more than just
another place to live. Plant
City is home, all the way down
to Mason's roots.

Q: Where were you raised?
A: I was born in Washing-
ton, D.C., in 1947, and I was
one of the original latchkey
kids. My mother wanted to
live in Hawaii, so I spent
eighth grade there. We
returned to D.C. and then my
mother drove south until she
reached Fort Lauderdale.

Q: How about education?
A: Fort Lauderdale High
School, Broward Junior
College, then accounting at
Florida Atlantic in Melbourne.
I started off in political
science, but marriage and a
baby changed all that. As a
pagan at the time I said,
"Where's the money and
what's your highest paying
major?"

Q: So you're a "second
career" preacher?
A: I worked as a CPA, then
my heart got redirected in
1973 through the ministry of a
Presbyterian church. I had this
view of Christians as not being
really sharp folks. I was wrong.
I became hungry for every-
thing I could learn. I enrolled
in Gordon-Conwell Theologi-
cal Seminary in Massachusetts
and received my master's in
divinity in 1982.


Q: How did your wife
respond?
A: I'm very proud of her
adaptability. (Mason married
Jo Ann Jordan in 1967).
Marrying a pagan, praying for
a Christian, getting a Chris-
tian, then watching that
develop and becoming a
partner in ministry. She's got
the gift of hospitality. She
enjoys people, and she's a
wonderful friend to every-
body.

Q: Do you have children?
A: Michelle is 37 and
Thomas is 34. We have eight
grandchildren.

Q: How would you describe
Plant City to the uninitiated?
A: A family community with
lots of pride. There are roots
here, families that go back
several generations. People
always want to come back to
raise their families. There's
not a class structure in Plant
City, and you can meet them
all at the Market Restaurant.
That's the city gates.

Q: Do you enjoy the
Strawberry Festival?
A: When we first came, it
was a phenomenon. Then
over a period of time we
developed some immunity.
Now we pick and choose what
to enjoy. I like the music, the
crafts and the agriculture. If
the churches don't support
events like the Stephen Curtis
Chapman concert then the
organizers will return to just
standard country acts.


Q: Do you have a favorite
hymn?
A: "Holy, Holy, Holy." "I
Can Only Imagine." "God of
Wonders." "Rock of Ages."

Q: Do you watch television?
A: I like sports. And then
I'm kind of hooked on this
program, "24". I'm a Fox
News person, and I like
commentary. I like people
who argue with ideas, not just
rhetoric and slogans.

Q: How about movies?
A: "Cheaper By the Dozen
2" was a great escape. It's not
easy to go to movies and not
have the F-bomb out there.
"The Passion of the Christ"
was very powerful. "The
Matrix" hyper-Calvinism
gone amok!

Q: Name some influential
authors?
A: Definitely C.S. Lewis.
And R.C. Sproul has been a
big influence in my life. I've
been inspired by J. Oswald
Sanders, he wrote "Spiritual
Leadership" in the mid-19th
century and it still speaks to
me.

Q: Do you like to travel?
A: I'm excited about a trip
to England and Scotland in
2007. We'll be taking in some
Wimbledon tennis matches
and then I'll play a round of
golf at St. Andrews.

Q: What is the biggest
challenge for the church?
A: To continue to present


DEREK MAUL/Photo
Starting out as a certified public accountant, the Rev. Donald E.
Mason of Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 1107 Charlie Griffin
Road, had his "heart redirected" in 1973 through the ministry of


a Presbyterian church.

God's agenda to the world. To
avoid getting caught up in
fear, or false hope that
humanity can solve its
problems by itself. The
church needs to not give up
on the message of real hope -
it starts with changing
individuals and to not give
up on truth.

Q: What are people miss-
ing?
A: They're missing out on
eternal life, and they're living
only for this world. They're
missing out on genuine
relationships based on
unconditional love. Good
relationships and a purpose
in life.

Q: What figure in history
would you enjoy meeting?
A: Winston Churchill was
arguably the greatest person-
ality of the 20th century. He


experienced the heights and
the depths of success and
failure. He was the leader for
the free world. A great guy,
and I think he was a believer.
A salty believer, but a believer.
Also George Bush. Just
because of everything he's
going through. I think he'd be
honest, he'd really tell me
what it feels like. Imagine if
you were in his position.

Q: Choose a scripture to
leave with readers.
A: "God is our refuge and
strength, an ever-present help
in trouble." Psalm 46:1

Derek Maul

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Several area youngsters
recently displayed their ora-
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Optimist Club's annual
Oratorical Contest.
The club level competition,
which was at the Plant City
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Sara Beth Newsome and


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Young people demonstrated their speech-making skills during the Plant City Optimist Club's
annual Oratorical Contest last month. They were, from left, Jasmyn Hendricks, fourth place;
Kirsten Ritenbaugh, third place; Amanda Williamson, second place; Sara Beth Newsome, first
place; Pat Stottlemyer, club president; Travis Persaud, first place; Trevor Persaud, second place;
and Max Girling, third place.


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College softball showcase
Seven college softball teams
are converging on Plant City.
Teams will include Illinois
State, Temple, Harvard, Buf-
falo, Boston, Toledo and'
Michigan State.
Games are scheduled for
the evening of March 3 (no
time has been announced),
March 4 at 11 a.m., 1:30 and 4
p.m. and March 5 at 10 a.m.,
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The quality of life for the
Latin community of Hills-
borough. County will be the
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30 p.m. at Armwood High
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made available to residents,
particularly those whose pri-
mary language is not English.
Residents who can't attend
the meeting in person can call
272-5275 with their questions
and comments. The messages
will be read throughout the


meeting, and residents then
can tune in at a later time to
listen to the answers during
one of the follow up broad-
casts on HTV22, the county
government's cable channel.
"Our goal is to provide
Spanish-speaking residents
with a better understanding of
county government; how it
works, and how it affects
them," said Tony Morejon,
Hillsborough County's
Hispanic liaison. "After leav-
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concerning roads, law
enforcement, parks and more
will be much clearer."
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provided for commissioners
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ish summing up the evening's
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everyone who participates.
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ACADEMY
Continued From Page 11
a chance to meet the mem-
bers of the special team
recently. And the ERT
members brought their
wares. It was an impressive
display of equipment
designed to employ over-
whelming force when
needed. The thought of
trained personnel donning
that equipment and deploy-
ing it under the darkness of
night was a frightening
proposition. And the class
got to see just that.
As part of the academy
curriculum, cadets wit-
nessed the pre-strike brief-
ing as an ERT team leader
described the mock mission.
It was a drug bust. ERT
was ready, it was time to go.
It was 9 p.m. when the
cadets arrived at the scene of
the mock drug bust. The
city-owned house was set up
by Chief McDaniel to
simulate a "crack" house
where known drug dealers
were armed and hiding.
And then they came.
Like nocturnal animals,
they crept toward the house.
A squadron of men dressed
in SWAT team clothing
crouched low, stepping
forward in unison like a
hunter looking for his prey.


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Durant Speeds To 5-0 Start


2-2 DISTRICT RECORD

FOR PLANT CITY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The Class 6A-District 8 "race" in
baseball may turn into another battle
for second place, if powerhouse Sara-
sota is even close to the team it was last
season.
But that battle could be fun, based
on early results.
Last week, Durant, the team that
would seem to be the natural choice to
finish behind Sarasota, stayed unde-
feated but did so by winning a couple
of squeakers. Last Tuesday, the Cou-
gars were on the right end of an excit-
ing 2-0 ballgame at Plant City.
Tony Garcia won the pitchers' duel
against Plant City's No. 1 pitcher,
sophomore Aaron Gerbasi. Only one of
Durant's runs was earned.:
Then against Riverview Friday, Car-
mine Giardina was the star on both the
mound and at the plate as Durant
extended its record to 5-0. Against a
winless Riverview team, Giardina
homered off childhood travel-ball
teammate Billy Bullock in the first
inning and Durant would lead 3-1
going into the bottom of the sixth. With
help on the mound from Garcia in the
seventh after the Sharks had drawn to
within 3-2, Durant closed the door on
the Sharks for the one-run victory.
Next week should provide incredible
atmosphere at Durant, as Giardina
should get the call when Sarasota
comes to town March 10. The Sailors
went undefeated through last regular
season and were ranked No. 1 in the
country before being upset in the
region semifinals. Sarasota already has
been knocked off this season, 2-1, by
Charlotte, but the losses are expected
to be scant in number.
"If you think Sarasota is down from
last year, I would beg to differ," said
Durant head coach Ron Fussell. "We're


all still fighting for the No. 2 spot."
Before the big matchup, Durant goes
to Sarasota Riverview this Friday and is
at Hillsborough the following after-
noon.
With the Sailors expected to be so
strong, gaining the second or third slot
is key for district seedings. Plant City
got off to a good start in that regard by
winning its first two games of the year,
both against district foes. The big win
came in the season opener against
Lakeland, as Gerbasi earned the deci-
sion and junior A.J. Starkey closed in a
4-3 game.
The Raiders followed that up with
victories on back-to-back days, Feb.
17-18, that sent the team past its entire
win total of 2004-05. First was a 7-2
victory against East Bay. Freshman
Ross Kip came on in relief to pitch
three scoreless innings and get the win.
Then the Raiders pounded Tampa Bay
Tech 10-0.
After the 3-0 start came the narrow
loss to Durant. Friday night, Sarasota
came to town and the game was over
quickly, with the Sailors hitting three
homers in a 10-0 win. On Saturday,
Armwood won 10-4. Evan Dell pitched
well in relief to keep the Raiders in the
game at 5-4, but the Hawks scored runs
in each of their last three at-bats.
Second-year coach Kenny White has
focused a lot more on hitting, and the
improvement has shown in the 3-3
start. Starkey, a transfer from Cocoa,
has provided a strong presence in the
No. 3 spot in the batting order and also
is the closer out of the bullpen. Dell
and another transfer, Austin Kern,
have also come through with Kern bat-
ting leadoff. Senior catcher Ryan Hum-
phrey is the RBI leader and has been a
standout on defense.
Through six games, the Raiders are
3-3, but already have played four of
their six district games. Next Friday's
trip to Sarasota Riverview looms as a
critical contest. Before that, the Raid-
ers visit Alonso this Saturday after-
noon.


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Carmine Giardina wheels to the plate against district rival Riverview last week.
Giardina picked up the victory in the 3-2 win, smashing a first-inning solo home
run to help his cause for the 5-0 Cougars.


SHARP CUTS


Softballers Try Not To Think Too Much


Raider Girls Look To


Defend District Title


With Durant showing up
as the No. 7 team in the state
in the first Class 6A rankings,
the Plant City Raiders have
to feel like they could easily
be in the same position.
After all, Plant City's lone
loss was to the Cougars.
And though she'll surely
take the win over her team's
big rival, Durant's coach
won't exactly be carrying
around a "Hey, everybody!
We're in the top 10!" banner.
"I'm just trying to make
sure we don't get big-headed
about it," said Missy Her-
nandez. "We try not to think
about it."
Clearly, the rankings were
not on the Cougars' mind
Saturday. Hosting Wharton
on Saturday afternoon,
Durant scored a rather
convincing victory the
score was 19-0.
Durant put up five runs in
the first inning, eight more
in the second and finished
up with six runs in the final
two at-bats. The victory
moved the Cougars to 6-0 on
the season, but again
Hernandez is not getting
carried away.
"Our district is the same


DAREK
SHARP


thing as last year, a lot of
good teams. And if we don't
get out of the district tourna-
ment, the ranking means
nothing. That's our goal this
year," she said.
Last year's district
champion was Sarasota
Riverview, and while the
Rams are a bit down, the
other (Tampa) Riverview is
stronger after a last-place
finish. Sarasota is good, then
of course there's the Raiders.
Plant City regrouped from
the wild, extra-inning loss to
Durant by beating Sarasota
3-2 in a district contest.
Entering the week, the
Raiders were 5-1 overall and
2-1 in 6A-6, with a game


scheduled against Gaither
Wednesday and one at
Sarasota Riverview Friday.
"The Durant game should
have been over," said
Raiders head coach Heidi
Kouveras. "We had a 6-0 lead
in the third inning, then they
capitalize on seven errors.
Seven errors, 11 runs.
Needless to say, we have
been working harder on our
defense."
Interested in the rematch?
You'll have to wait until the
end of the month. The
Raiders visit Durant on
March 31.
Almost a month after the
start of the softball season,
track gets under way this
Saturday with the Higgins
Relay at Leo. Then on
Tuesday, the Raiders and
Cougars will conduct a dual
meet at the Ron Frost
Complex starting at 6 p.m.

Broadnax redux?
Though our basketball
teams all bowed out a few
weeks ago, the playoffs are
still going and it would be
something to see a Hills-

I See SHARP, Page 24


5 SENIOR STARTERS
RETURN TO LINEUP
By DAREK SHARP.
dsharp@mediageneral.com
With five starters, all sen-
iors, returning from a district
championship team it would
seem like the Plant City girls
tennis squad's lineup is set.
And indeed it is for now.
Talented freshman Arielle
Rollyson would normally
crack the top five for singles
but Raiders head coach Gary
Brady is not going to change
things until, well, things
change.
"Last year, we had five girls,
all of whom were pretty equal.
Now, we have six that are
pretty equal," Brady said.
Rarely does a high school
team have the setup that Plant
City does. Rollyson does not
play singles, and yet is part of
the No. 1 doubles team. So far
the lineup has worked out:
Plant City is 3-0 for the
season.
The first two wins came by
the smallest margin possible,
4-3. Against Brandon, the
Raiders were down 3-2 headed


into doubles, but Rollyson in
her first prep match teamed
up with Marah Dolan for a
win, and the defending dis-
trict No. 2 doubles champs
Rachel Sperry and Staci
Watson completed the come-
back.
Then, in a 4-3 win over
Durant, Sperry had the key
result at No. 2 singles, coming
from a set down to beat Stefa-
nie Rogers. Sperry also won
the deciding match, again
joining with Watson in dou-
bles.
Things were over much
earlier last Wednesday as
Plant City won at Wharton,
7-0. Dolan, the Raiders' No. 1
singles player, posted a 6-0,
6-0 victory.
After Sperry at No. 2, the
rest of the all-senior singles
lineup features McKenzie
Charles, Ariana Gonzalez and
Watson. But Brady said that
periodically the Raiders' prac-
tice will become "challenge
matches" which give players
the chance to move up in or,
in Rollyson's case, into the
lineup.
Repeating at districts could
be tough with the addition of
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SHARP
Continued From Page 23
borough County team pull
off the ultimate success.
Chamberlain seems like it
might be capable.
The Chiefs did the
unthinkable, knocking out
three Pinellas County teams
in succession to win Region
5A-2. The last win was
against Largo and if you
didn't catch this story, it was
bizarre. The game was
moved to Pinellas Park High
because someone no one
knows who decided to
complain to the FHSAA that
the Largo gym was too small.
Sure enough, there is a
rule in the FHSAA manual
stating a gym has to have at
least 1,100 capacity to host a
5A playoff game. Mind you,
no one from Jefferson had a
problem with the gym when
Largo destroyed the Dra-
gons, 64-32, in the first
round of the playoffs, and
the same building was
packed for the region semi,
when Largo eliminated Lake-
wood.
But the best part of the
story was that the folks at
Largo even offered to give
Chamberlain more than half
of the seats in the gym, but


the FHSAA said no to that
one. Either way, the Chiefs
won a thriller, in a more-
spacious Pinellas Park gym
on Saturday (1,400 seats, all
packed).
If interested, some of the
other rather picky require-
ments of a basketball region
host include: adequate
construction to be able to
charge admission (really,
there are 5A schools that
don't have that?), an
electronic scoreboard, at
least three feet between the
sidelines and the fans, a
minimum of two restrooms
(one male, one female, thank
you) and, most importantly,
the refs have to have a
separate dressing room to
shower up in.
Anyway, provided Cham-
berlain was able to prevail
Wednesday against
unranked Port St. Lucie
(Largo was ranked No. 1)
they will play Friday for the
title, something that has
eluded Hillsborough Coun-
ty's public schools since
Horace Broadnax's Plant
City Raiders turned the trick
in 1982.
And word has it that
should the Chiefs make it to
Friday's game, there will be
plenty of seats available in
the Lakeland Center.


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Waters signs for SFCC
Raider Kendra Waters sits beside her mom, Karen Waters at Plant City High School Feb. 22
as she signs a two-year scholarship to South Florida Community College in Avon Park. "All
her hard work has paid off," said Karen Waters. "I am very proud of her." Standing behind
the Waters are, from left, Molly Sapp, assistant volleyball coach at PCHS, Misti Neutzling,
head volleyball coach at PCHS and Kim Crawford, head volleyball coach at SFCC. "She has a
desire to learn, great ability, good grades, a good family and her attitude is huge. Kendra is
just the kind of athlete I like to recruit," Crawford said.


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TENNIS Adult softball
Signup now for adult soft-
Continued From Page 23 ball leagues that start week of
Sarasota and Sarasota River- regular season," Bardy said. March 13 at the Randy L.
view to Class 6A-District 8. He was able to get Lakeland Larson Four-Plex and Plant
"We won't know really added to the schedule. City Stadium.
much about them until we see Both the Raiders and Cou- Cost: $240 for 8-game
them at districts, too, since we gars are off until next Wednes- season, $480 for doubleheader
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Contact: Brian Dodd, 659-
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VIDEOTAPES WANTED- JOHN Costin art for sale BED, Queen, Modern,
VHS Disney have 4 prints all num- Futon, w/armoire, night
Movies & Live Action. bered signed and stands & mirror
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Attention Bill. All cherry Qu poster bd,
Please Call D'Ann BEAUTIFUL 2ct & lct plat ngt stnd, drsr mirror &
813-394-5052 solitaire rings. Certified. chest. Cost $4K. Sell
Apr. @ $18K & $9K. $1999 813-478-8995
WANTED OLD JEWELRY Must sell. Only $7800 &
Rhinestone's, Gold & Sil- $3500. 800-792-5870 M 18p
ver Rings, Charms & Bra- BEDROOM 1-8pc
celets, Men's Jewelry RING ENGAGEMENT IM-
Cuff Links + MACULATE 1.5 Ct Si-1/G King/Queen
(727) 505-2362 color, Adura/Princess All Cherry, med finish. All
cut, Plat Scott Kay (nice drawers American dove -
WANTED to Buy: Paper edge) mount w/2 sur- tail, never used still in
Money and Old Coins prise diamonds. Appr box. Can deliver cost
Single coins, notes, ac- $15,255. Sell $5600 neg. $4,500 sell $1,575.
cumulations, entire col- 813-313-6278 www.solidwood
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mail coinbuy
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tion code B8K520. 2.56ct. H Color, Sacrifice Pine Broyhill all wood,
$2,500, also 1.03ct. G col headboard & foot board,
or Beautiful $2,400. 2 night tbis, lady dresser
( Tickets 727-698-7275 w/ mirror, men's Chest.
Dining Set, bleached
BON JOVI, KEITH URBAN, pie, 8 chairs, extended
KIDROCK, MOVIN OUT, Stamps / Coins / dining tbl, China Closet, 2
excellent seats! [ Books tiers & server. Best Of-
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813- 935-9586 COINS WANTED 813-767-7881
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ER Section 206 row BB 9a-4. M-S.81651-3266. BEDROOM SETS
tow rows down from 209N. Kings Ave. Brnd Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
lounge entrance two Wicker & Rattan man
parking passes pay- uWE BUY COINS! to choose. 813-876-1566
ment thrird now third Buy ngelling, trading! www.qualitywiker.com
by april tenth balance Over 3yrsexp. Buyin .
receipt of Tickets Au- Silver &Gold coins. e
gust 813-478-1778 ay top $$. 813-792- BEDS AAA+ VISCO
493or 72/-4S-9 ORTHO-PEDIC Nasa
BUCS SEASON Tickets for MemoryTFoam Mattress
sale. Club section 234, ll Furniture ) ryQ$399,$499
Row S, Seats 19-22, (35 Furniture FRE Delivery w/ad!
yard line) + 2 parking ORIGINAL TEMPURPEOIC
passes. Lot 6. Face value. AAAA accent $1 FROM $699
Call Paul 626-4404 BED $75 AIR & ADJUSTABLE
Qu. set, never used All Sizes In Stock
S 813-833-1145 7924 W. Hillsborough
YANKEESBED $50 OPEN 10-6 Mon-Sat
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WILL DEL VER 813-70-0070 813-889-9020
Call 813-787-1260 Bedroom 7pc, $535 866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
Never used 813-251-3134 CHINA CABINET Ig, 2 din -
S Auctions inn Room Antique ward -
roJe inside board, dress -
Aco ) Accent Furniture er, retro table, lamp.
GIGANTIC 3-DAY auction. Bedrooms, Din, Liv Rms, 813- 907-7926
March 8, 9, 10 2006. Ent & Muc More, 10Ksf,
Mont omery, AL. Sin- Entire Showroom COUCH with love seat,
gle, tandem & tri-axle Liquidation. dining room table &
umps (68 of which are Everything Must Go! chair, piano, grandfa-
2005-2006 year), truck elitefurnitureinc.com their clock, all in exc.
tractors, cowboys, crawl- 4415 N. Clark M-S 10-6 condition. 813-654-8215
er loaders & tractors, ex- 813-478-8995
cavators, motor graders
& scrapers, backhoes, ARMOIRES, SOFAS, *DAY BED $295*
rubber tired loaders, BOOKCASES & MOR Complete with 2 twin
forklifts paving, skid- 20000 Sft of gently used matts & pop-up trundle.
ders eller buncnhers, upscalefurniture 50-90% New, never used, can de-
log loaders, farm trac- offretail.The Missing liver. 813-926-8507
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ANTIQUES/
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Fair, March 3-4-5,
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Fri 1-5, Sat 9-5 Sun 10-4.
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JUKEBOX, 1956 Rockola
Princess, plays good,
good shape, full of re-
cords, $1,200.
(863) 683-5278
MERCEDES 1989 benz 560
SL Roadster, 2D, Auto-
matic transition, leather
interior, power door,
locks and windows,
mileage 100 000. Great
condition. 813-237-4345
TAMAYO "HOMBRE EN
ROSA" original etching
hand signed and num-
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BED 0 ACHES mattress
with quilted top. new
$115. Also barely used
$95 free delivery.
727-418-7579

Bed $125
A Brand Name Queen
/Full orthopedic pillow
top mattress set. New in
lastic. With warranty
an deliver 813-363-0097
BED $195 KING
Orthopedic Pillow Top
Matt. Set. New in plastic
w/wty. Can Del 363-0097
Memory Foam $495
Pillow Top Mattress
As on TV New in plastic
w/warr. 813-363-0097

BED $199
King name brand set
Factory close out. Can
del. 813-478-8995

BED $269
Qu pillow top set
w/wrnty. NEW inplastic
Can del. 813-478-8995

BED $389
Kg pillow top set
w/wrnty. NEW in plastic
Can del. 813-478-8995


DINING 11PC
All cherry 92" 2 pedistal
tbl,6chrs&lgt'd china
cab. new, retail $6K sell
$1499 813-478-8995


DINING SETS
Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Rattan & Wicker, Many
to choose, 813-876-1566
www.qualitywicker.com

DINING Table whtwash
glass, 4 chairs & match-
ing coffee/end this,
courier cabinet w/lights.
$225 obo, 813-855-3027
ENT. Ctr. Paid $1000, will
take $600. Blond, 6'T,
holds 27" TV, exc cond.
813-664-0082

Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry or oak,
lighted w/beveled glass
doors, accommodates up
to 65" wide screen TV.
Cost $3200 NEVER USED,
sell for $1650. Can deliv -
er. 813-293-1743
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER 3pc, pine wood, ad-
ustable for big screen
T lighted glass shelv-
ing w plenty of storage.
Exc cond $800 210-7898
ENTERTAINMT Ctr
Broyhill. Maple, lots of
storage, holds up to 32"
TV, exc cond. Can e-mail
pics. $800. 813-643-5502


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FURNITURE Pier 1 Bam-
boo D/R Table w/ 6
Chairs $500; 5 Piece
Faux Cherry/Granite Of-
fice Furniture Set $400
OBO (813) 385-5031

FUTON
Medium oak, honey fin -
ish, 9 layef matt, new in
box, cost $625, sell $315
813-293-1743
GRANDFATHER CLOCK-
H. Miller, Mint, Warr.
Cherry "Goslyn Trad"
"Corn Edition" $550 obo
RECLINING LOVESEAT-
All Ithr, Dk Caramel, Sac
$500 obo Exc! Serious
inn only 813-657-5037
KITCHEN SET- Rectangu-
lar table, 6 chairs 2 bar
stools, Solid Wood
w/Glass Top, $500 obo
813-926-7534

.IVINGROOM SETS
Wrhouse Full Must Sell!
Wicker & Rattan many
to choose. 813-876-1566
www.qualitywicker.com

LIVING ROOM SET 8pc's,
Great condition $600.
813-651-9939


MATTRESSES
3 sets, double sided pil-
low top, with warranty.
Never used. Can deliver.
King set-$345.
Queen set $275
Full set-$240
813-293-7621
PATIO FURN- White PVC
Lg Round Tbl, 6 Chrs, I
lounge, 1 rclnr, Dbl Gldr,
Roll Cart, All w/cush.
$600 813-926-7534
PATIO SET- 4 Dining
Chairs, 48" Table, 2
Swivel Rockers & 18"
Round Table & Otto-
man. Frame is textured
limestone. Slings are
teal. $350 813-685-0484
PULPIT & Side Chairs,
Speaking Stand, 21
benches, Asking $3,500
obo. Sold as a set
727-421-4970
TABLE, Elegant, Black
marble, Impressive di-
mensions. 65Lx30Wx23H.
$995. 813-842-9853

TEAK Wood Furniture, All
Kinds, 1/2 Price, Good
Deals, Must move all.
8717 40th St. Call for
appt. 813-849-8181
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WALDEN ESTATE
SALE
Sofa & chair $195
Sofa Sleeper $159
Queen No Flip Mattress
et $169
GE Washer & Dryer $295
GE Refrigerator $195
GE Stove $159
4 pc Bedroom Set $339
B & B OUTLET
115 S. EVERS ST
PLANT CITY 813-759-8864
MOVING-MUST SELL ALL
Dining Set- light oak, ta-
ble, lighted china & cor-
ner cabinets, buffet, 6
chairs. Orig. $8000, sell
$4000 OBO. Queen
Bedroom- headboard,
dresser, armoire, 2 end
tables mattress, $1000
OBO. Sage green couch
and loveseat $250 OBO.
Kitchen table oak, 4
chairs, $250 OBO.
(813)630-9320

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APPLIANCES-ABSOLUTE
Lowest $ Guaranteed!
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CES IN TOWN! Lrg selec-
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stoves & refrigerators.
$79.50 & up. Warranty &
delivery in limits. Dont
gamble, know your deal-
er! 45 yrs exp! 7604
Broadway 626-7787
8307 Armenia 933-8288
MOM & Pops Appliances,
$75 & up, W/D, Stove
Refr. 10014 30th St.
Free Delivery
813-632-9620; 335-5788
VACUUM, RAINBOW
with attachments, Excel-
lent condition, used
very little. $350
Dc 813-907-1756 61

WASHER & DRYER
Nice condition with war-
ranty $200. Can Deliver.
813- 626-3754

WASHER OR DRYER
$100 Great condition
Can deliver w/warranty.
Don 813-300-6714
Air Conditioners )J
AC/HEAT PUMP Systems
Clearance on all 10-12
seer split systems, new
in box with factory war-
ranty @ wholesale pri-
ces. sample: Split 2ton
$726 3ton $825 4ton
$1055, Free Delivery
727-243-4493

A/C New In Box
Complete systems 2 ton
$1695;e 2-1/2 ton $1795;
S3 ton $1895; 3-1/2 ton
$1995;G 4 ton $2095;d 5
ton $2195.5 yrs warr on
ail parts. Used Ac's avail.
21 yrs exp. State cert. Lic
# CAC057499 Call Mike
813-661-2167

Air Conditioners
X2 Carrier, 10 ton.
Also X2 Trane, 12-1/2
ton. Call 727-581-9293
Get Rd for Spring! A/C
new inox. 5 yr Fact
Warrty, All Homes, sizes:
M.Homes, 2-ton $1010,
2-1/2-ton $1060,. 3-ton
$ 1105 3-1/2-ton $1170
Prof. Install Lic RMOO -
31291813/453-9033
NEW ** S/DENT
RECONDITIONED UNITS
You Deserve the Best Pri -
ces, Service & Installs.
We bo It Right The First
Time! #RA0039944
Remington Air 971-2206
((Musical Instruments)]
DRUMS, Yamaha, 6 pc,
Birch custom absolute
series. Zildjian, dbl ped
die cases. New $4600.
1st $1650. 863-258-3910.
GUITARS and Amps We
buy and trade used
gear. Bring it to Guitar
enter Tampa & turn it
into immediate cash or
trade for new gear.
3914W. Hillsborough
Ave. 813-801-9290
ORGAN- Lowrey MX2,
cherry wood cabinet.
Excellent Condition!
$2300. Call
863-471-2130.

PIANO
5'8" Yamaha Grand, re -
cently tuned, nice cond.
$4500. (813) 787-5590
When you read Classifieds
it's HELLO ... GOOD BUY!


((Musical Instruments))
PIANO Quartet style, full
size, Kluttz Bros. '
Sounds great, good
condition $400 OBO
813-961-5432
PIANO RENTALS
WITH OPTION TO BUY
$25/mo Lowst rates in
FL! BECKER PIANO
813-837-3632
PIANO SALE New & Used
Most Popular Brands
Incl. CD Player Grands
Owner/Operator 27 Yrs
Best Prices & Value
Call 813-855-1227
pianospianosinc.com
PIANO Schafer & Son,
48" Upright Walnut Pia-
no, Exce lent Condition.
Like New! $2500
813-908-9777/766-4111
PIANOS: Yamaha G-3
black, nice cond, $6500.
Baldwin Howard, nice
condition, $2500.
Call 727-542-0132
PIANO, Yamaha Model
M304 Walnut finish con-
sole Excellent condition
$2500
(861) 698-4196
SAXOPHONE- Brand New
Yamaha Soprano in
case. Never been
touched! $2000 new.
Must See! 1500
813-493-6166
VENDING Machines,
Combo, (20) New Price
reduced. Must self. Tam-
pa area. Mark
813-240-1069
VIOLINS $100, German
$150. Viola $150. Cellos
$319. Cases & Bows.
Mandolins $120. Guitars
$150. Trumpets Flutes &
Clarinets $199. Rentals
& del avail, repairs,.(813)
655-6554 727-945-9427

Cameras / Photo
Supplies
NIKON Super Coolscan
9000, used once $1595
firm. 352-583-5328
[( Electronics )

Big Screen TVs
$250 and Up,
Good Condition.
Warranty. 813-986-1229
GOLDEN TEE 1999 Video
arcade game in good
working condition.
$1000.813-956-7071

SATELLITE Receivers for
Direct TV. Regular
Dolby Digital & Hi Defini-
tion. New cards. Best of-
fer. 813-404-8263
I WANT TO BUY
non-working Big Screen
Televisions. Please
Call 813-986-1229
[ Medical Equipment))
ADJUSTABLE Bedfully
elec, new top of the line
Simmons twin pillow-top
with massage. $2395 NOW
$1199 813 977-6655
ELECTRIC SCOOTER
PRIDE JAZZY & LIFT.
Will separate. Cost
$3,800, sell $1800.
813-390-6391
INCONTINENCE Supplies
Cases of adult briers, lin-
ers, and underpads. All
sizes available. Same
day delivery. Prices as
low as $38 per case of
(96). 1-800-719-1618
PRIDE Legend, 3 Wheel
Model SCZA300, with
Car Rack.
$1,500 OBO
Call 813-831-1527

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| Furniture/Supplies JJ
CHAIRS! Chairs! Chairs!
Over 500 used chairs in
stock. Multi functional
mid bck chair $59- much
more! EOF 813- 877-9317






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Office Equipment/ Store Fixtures 1 (( Sheds & Carports ]J (( Health Products )) (.Garage & Yard Sales)) (( Dogs J] [( Dogs ) (C Dogs J) (( Dogs J)
Furniture/Supplies JJ & Equip. 12X24 Lark mfg, all steel LEVITRA/VIAGRA & Diet BASENJI PUPPIES 8 ENGLISH Mastiff AKC 3yr LABRADOODLE PUPS, SHAR PEI puppies AKC,
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Herman Miller, Allsteel Clothes Racks. 2 yrs old, private owner 888-773-6230 FDA ap- (352) 799-6623 p all shots and heart 620-544-8612 cate. Guaranteed
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Off Retail. 6x6 From Hardware & Glass, Much Tramadol, Phentermine, preventative. To a good
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813-877-9317 Ck&MACHINE $500. NEW MOTORIZED lectibles to furniture BICHON FRISE PUPS, 8 6M's,2 F's. hlthcerts.
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c. 813-300-6803 all over the world no kee Portaband, Hilti HD, blamos Espanol. -AKC,910 wks ,Vet-/ hIth cert. 1stshots,$6k
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products in stock than duit beers, Circuit ORDER MEDS ONLINE OR ER ham up ies A w/H rt 4 M, $400 F, ea863-425-3822
STEELCASE & HERMAN t s to Breakers Wire Con- BYPHONEPhentermine, 2/19.4BrindleMales,2 363 or 445-0120 STANDARD Poodles,
tons All tCra Wrk & Soma, Ambrien, Adipex, Fawn Males.$1,300- Web#66201 black, cream, arikngot
an yoneatherabr creteWoingTools,& CarisaU $1500727-815-3988 GERMAN SHEPHERD Pup- CKC, avail 3/11, akin
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Stan 813-966-1072 alihost ramic starting at .99 sf. FORKLFT-TAMPA Forklift Leita. NO previous male, Parents on prem-.: den. -7M-$700, F-$800,
osrs & sam buy ers buy since 1974. Parts Svc prescription require B y ise Black & tan/solid 37
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tureSecialist. Comer tey r al tial & Convenient. BBB Cell 352-408-0427 io l oisf t lt- es kids, trained Sire/dam on premises. 795. 941-544-4824 or
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300 Herman Miller TBL Am. Herit- Lawn & Garden $975, Red-Lored Aa- BULLMATIFF AKC PU HAVANESE, Many colors Brindle. Wormed. Shots. YORKIS, AKC 2/F 1047048
Top Dollar Paid $$$ O iture fet 11/4" slate match Conure $75 (941) 776- M/F Fawns Reds Nice bloodline AKC Males & after 8PM all day Sat & $1, o/firm. Inc.
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813-877-9317 Natural & carbonized $1,200 (35416-4005727hp, only 285 hours.On-$-4POINTER, AKC, retired warr. 813-662-9195M
$2.79 per square foot 1m- CONCEALED WEAPONS ly owner operated. COCKATOO Sulphur-
300 Herman Miller A03, mediatepickuporedaiv- CLASES $2000. 813-888-8927 crested Eleanora 10 CAIRN Terrier Pups, AKC HAVANESE PUPS, Males show dog, 1.5 yr old fern Permit #P05-047048
6x6 Workstations. ery.813-494-6544 ClassD, ClassE G S moa, gentle. Asking & CKC. family raised, AKC, champ bloodlines' for hunter/pet home,
Exc cond. Other Cubicles Class G 900. Pease call 813- Wheaton/ Brindle. $700. $1000. 8 wks. 863-467-6388 or
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Luxurious, BelowDealer GUIDED Quail Hunt, -1/2 mower, $850. 813-792- ParrotMCageblk/slvr_ PUG, Male, 16 months PUPPYSALE
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weekly spmen. Lakes Hunting reserve. wetland
Equipment Commercial carpets Bartow FL RIDING LAWN MOWER- 1'x3' round cages, both M-$400 1-brwn, bik & coats, $600 and up. Vari- od home only! $700
available, we install too! 863-640-7783 PowerBuilt, 11HP, 5 spd, for $50.2 Parakeets both tan F-$500. Takin dep. ety of sizes & Colors. OBO call after 6pm.
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52x CDW Wocle 4 Sun Cats 11 DACHSCHUNDmini,2F,2 jacks.corn813-741-2510 PUG PUPS Beautiful Than 50 Puppies
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14918 North Florida Ave $1.93 laminate 88c, sol- easy conceal handguns J )- wks Male, Health Cert. (i 33-4363 vry small NKC r e 3/9 $750. 813-924-2614 Lab Pomeranian Poodle
813-264-0408 id $2.70 (850) 350-4430 starting at $179. BLUEBERRY Plants Gal Hecomes with to s(813)433-4363 termed, M 1st s Day 813-719-8146eves Pug, Shih Tzuusky,
Call for reservations Container, heavy root- Beige w/Darker Ears & DACHSHUNDS, MINI, CKC $500+. 813-924-0447 S ily, Westie, Yorie
AMD $99 Internet Ready 813-210-4867(GUNS) ed discount eafor 500. Legs! $300813-368-4846 rg, hth chk, long hair, 813-924-0447 PUG Pups, black. Dad many, manymore
iCompuat at $149 GENERAL CONTRACTOR Call 813-244-5877 cream, red and brindle LAB PUPS- 9-1/2 wks old Champion, Mom Cham- l Puppies Come With:
$stems starting at has large overage of GUN SAFES Lithia #47236647 ( gs )} color. Call Lenny at: AKC Vet Males & Fe- P lines. Good homes a1 Vieth a
813-610-7610se s872-7716 mals, $300. Parents on only! $900. Bik male Free Vet Visit
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PC Services 931.4976 electrical, tile & etc. DISCOUNT PRICES. Many Container, heavy root- AIT500 A oP AKC, cham- DACHSHUNDShk, MINICKC or 863-255-2152 tioncrochip Identifica-
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PI Computers, Monitors in stock with all Acces- Australian Shepherd taking deposits. 5 Blue F 100A r Financing Available
& TV's starting $25. series. uick turn Sales 12/06MF, 900. Rare Fawn M LAB PUPS AKC shots SCHIPPERKE AKC Female P04-070213
LAPTOPS also available around! Delivery Availa- GUNS WANTED Black Tri & Blue Mere $1250.0b. Champ blood- wormed, vet cert. Block 8 wks health cert. $450
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full of computer arts & 0335. Win-Feather weight ss arge M i ale $300.813- 677-8903 7-6 (352) 666-4448 Pedigrees. Parents/ 352-457-3355. (Miscellaneous Pets
electronics! Call 7amm. Other rifles: 3006, Larg0 g813 76 2ran sParents on site/ AURMoving
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die A Nightmare on Elm ((Garage & Yard sales) Wormed, Read to Go! Stu Service shots, 'crate-traed. 3 $5 stnd & cano- nc.
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Brooksville. Call Sonya PISTOL, Grampa's 38. 4. ur'-(ur oJl,:tr, -
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w/charger, 3 Clark & 2 flagstonepavers.com*.M..
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w/cargrs L quiation PATIO STONES/EDGERS with allp aers. $45 0.
Sale, 813-918-0528 AC0LEARANCE CLOSEOUT. C I" 7921.
LATHE, Model 40000 Sun Pavers
Ammco drum/diskl (813) 968-2319 POOL TABLE $1250
fact rb, a adopt new, www.sunpavers.com 4'x 8' Pro Series solid s
fct rS all $350 adopE ne wood 1" slate, leaLther ANT
co p w/bnc, $3500 MANUFACTURES Outlet, ockts, K-66rails, Ball Williams ur. r
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chem, w1750hrs + 12'X6' Enclosed Trailer, ment slate,K66 100% nature, GlassvwrA. P,-
wands, hoses & other 2005 Ramp, side Door, gum rubber rails, dia- tures, i DSmil ngr e BS C
equipment $4500. 813- usedonce, $3 150 invest- mond sights, carved cab clothes mn o rne
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display case. 2000obo Equip, Stadium Chairs PLANT C, y 4001 Prnd,' AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING e1T & FM.I
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ICE cream, deli, restau- .W..e.a. HUNT ELK, Red Stag 813-754-2012 to
,ant & mini mart P ial Whitetail, Buffalo, Wif0 d Lo. l L 6010,
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REFRIGERATORS 4X24X9 $9500 Pa policy. Days (314) Buchman H MBSy N Fr Auto, Boat&RV TREESE lCE
Commercial. Glass 24x30x9 15,800 209-9800; Devenings Mar 2. 8AM-IPM. Sat.u PatcBielab s o m n
doors and S/S. Also both are end concrete (314)293 0610. eMae3ng M-a n oA P S Ta bosr i es ISorafnl
Walk-In Coolers. Exc slabs 36"fdr &$2-7x8 OPstagei back, rid pi an d pT tor Servicesf Storage Srid Ritctal _T
condition. 813-621-0045 garage doors inst e candleap.ke d-y s G and .1you1, -0 i, 6F y aR63 0r
tis.813-,62-4 sizes avail CBC1253330 6 (8Exercise Equipment c other anL .igies. B .doom '. :" 754-1176 Located at: 813-719-7530
disp l s hat lamps, 813-788-3501 713-2333 BOWFLEX TC 3000 TREAD and other furniure, lots .. .. JMES JOHNS FENCE 3010 Jim Redman
sinks, .shelves, wk thbls, BUILDING SALE! "Go LIMdBmE, works as a ofmiscrm Thinking oa having ,- ,, n Pclan A. ROBERT SMITH
food trir. Bargain Now $5100. 20x$6 asking 1,000. Call 913- PLANT CITi' Large Yard a garage sale? Plant City
prices!813-677-9634 30X40 $10,600. 40x60 Forbes R a rn;tur. turn your unwanted items nRight -.
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mirror. Back Bar w/ 2 STEEL 18x21 Carport AffordaMeds1-866-634- Sat Marc 4Ith. 8 with a h.ndy Garage Sal Crnr imJn Time or a ne car 813-763-2031 ,
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cial Chiair. Carpeting, Sheds from $1,925. Al On Prescription backs, h.ousenIld items. and pricing stickers for ,Farm, o! new and used cars Sell it tod
22x18 Berber, 6 io. most Any Size Available medications cheap. :1 I, N. Wheeler you to use in your sale Rq.p-,, 643-1380 every day in the S to
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reef complete w/halide workshops, horse barns for Experienced Drivers' you're customer- 250 HERD in Ft. Drum. toric Resources Board
lighting & chiller lots of* 20x20x9 2,600 Home Weekends! Great focused, committed to 6AM/6PM Milkin MANAGER FT Exp a must. Order.
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24x40x9 ,6020 Grads! Cypress Truck career, we'd like to talk nuses Negotiable. to a peal any decision
Other Sizes Available Lines, Inc. with you about an op- Sanchelima Dairy SERVERS great $$'s ft/pt ea l any the City Con
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role, you will assist our 863-467-6662 Or 305- 813-P52-1957 at such meeting he will
SPANISH MUSTANG, Colt, LIFE = OPPORTUNITIES independent contrac- 216-8194 need a record of the pro
9 months old, Dun Buck- Adminitrative/ Have youeverthouhtof tors, customer service SHOPPERS Sals seedings is made
skin, exc. bloodline, can enralOf running your own us department and divi- t which record includes
be reg'd, up to date on General Office ness? If so, having your sion managers in build- Getpaid to the testimony and evi-
everhing. $2,500 obo. own newspaper route ing and maintaining an Retail/Dining establish- ADVERTISING COMPANY thetestimoy and evi-
FARMER'S Call 52- 6-153 OFFICE Assistant enrty might be just what you excellent standard of ments need undercover NEEDS Sales Reps. e or
level Mon-Fri, FiT, Must are looking for! service to our subscrib- clients to judge Sales Managers for Res- appeal is to be based.
MARKET TRAILER 1997 WW 2H have car. 813-737-4600 Newspaper routes are ers. quality/customer serv- taurant placed dispy n accordance with the
bumper pole Trlr, steel. currently available. Up Strong communication ice. Earn up to $150 a ads. Up to 50% commis- Americans with Disabi-
Great sapenew tires, Child to$300 siar-on bonus. if skills, time and stress- day. Call 888-720-1117 sion, car & cell phone al- ties icans witiersonabili-
( Farm Equipment )) $2,500.81-969-4670 ou are ale to work ear management skills and PERSONAL Asst. lowance. Telemarketingd with adisa iity requir-
TRACTOR 1-801 1-3000 WANTED Horses o- PLANT City AreaPre ays week) an ave or G.E.Dare required. Estate Investor. Lear ( )752-4309. moving reasonable in accom-to
1-2110 Ford For Sale, nies, goats, sheep, Ila- SchoolTeachersneeded dependable transporta- Bilinoual whileyouearnP/a Stu- participate in this meet-
Please Call 727-379-0041 mas, cattle & any ani- ex erience preferred but tion this could be an ex- (Engish/Spanish) a dent OK, Spanisha re Salon / Spa ing should call the ity
o-8 Trinori i. computer skills fax reaoha 11 C"all
mals except cats or no reuires. WillTrain cellent opportunity for us. sume 813-659-883 Personnel Clerk at (813) 757-9144
Hay&Grain dogs. Tack, trailers& 813-85-8457 you. u ear na competitive meleat 48 hoursprior
S Hay & equi. Top prices aid. For informed at (813) TRIBUNE call formance bonuses per- TEACHER Preschool-willd to the public hearing.
tnow: 813-649-1126 orehome. Call yndi DentalCarrie at (813) TRIBUNE you'll be eligibefor oth- train immediate open- AESTHETICIAN, licensed,
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Bahia mixed, rolls $25. DENTAL HYGIENIST circulationjobs@tampat er benefits including ma ence a plus. Plant ity.
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no answer please leave (( Pastures & Stalls )] benefits. Ped lease call ments). Please refer- mitsurance, 401K, vaca- English, Coee Gradu- NO2005 3/02/2006
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roll. Highwa39 and 301 Call t352-793-440 leave ( Driver / Delivery )] "Allnewspaper carriers quirements to The Tam 813-650-8700 armed, icOpenins TC OMMISSIONTOF
bp ass, Zephyrhills. message. are Independent Con a Tribune attn: Linda WAREHOUSE NoCall Top$$$$. TH1-888-243-0250 CITY FLORIDAF PLANTROVID
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hrs+ Class B M-F, In of The Tampa Tribune" Road, Riverview, FL Da & night shift. $10.- OSED ENACTMENT PRO
PEANUT HAY state only, Plant City,33569 RremaL o $12. Warehouse exp req. Technical J AN ORDINANCE APPROV-
TIFTON 44 813-754-4743 circulationjobs@tampat Forklift exp. a +. Lake- NNRDAN A RO V
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rolls. Call 352-567-6773 DRIVER- NOW HIRING ments). Please refer- Staffing 813-414-9847 P/T Must have 2 years CONCEPTUAL MODIFICA
813-7148802 e mess QUALIFIED DRIVERS for ence "DM" in the sub- exp. using program- TION OF THE GENERAL
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SHorses & Cattle ,National OTR positions. 1 4J THE TAMPA TRIBUNE is around) Plant City Area, audio & visual equip- PLAN FORWALDEN LAKE
( Horses & battle Food grade tanker, no AIRLINE MECHANIC Rap- an equal Opportunity perfect for retiree. 813- ment. 20 hrs per week. COMMUNITY UNIT DS-
DONKEYS $150. Cute EMPLOYMENT hazmat, no pumps, Idgtrainin rhigh ay Employer. A drug test is 752-8063 Please call813-642-1230 TRICT.
EYS $150. Cute EMPL MENT ret benefits, compet- Aviat reeAA quired for this posi- or 813-642-1216atermark
mas-$200, Ring SERVICES vepa & new equip- predicts severe short- n. EARN DEGREE onlineWereasWatermark
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Rod h #1 Animal Man. g I l opportunity today. 349-5387 Justice. Job Placement. Tampa Design Taram the general site develop-
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LIVESTOCK hauling, I wi clean chbeddiEt 7 have ever sold pre-need nancial ai if qualy. sign ers; iteku ex. Lake Community Unit
fenin, portablepen. Laundry Dis s Etc D CONSTRUCTION Cleaners crematon/funeral serv- ( 8 6 6 ) 8 5 8 2121 ref., Comp. ase s District; and
land caring 754-3797 na 83-513-4126 Transport Corporation. feaedd,, x rain c pre- ices;,you should look in- www.onlinetide bonuses & Top Ben.! To
..n 5 3.Top earning! err wilFai need to this. We offer the watertech.com., be a partofthisudynam- Whereas, the City Plan-

Pint os Filleys, StalloL SANPNGLASNERE. Sarame! 813-763-1929V commissions in the in- -TROPICAL Fish Farm F/T sume to: 813-914-0294 theproposed conceptual
$800-3000. www.earts dustry1-800-862-9602it Pree Or e mail to: modification with regard
desir emihw r e.. bdon ded s, Free Ces L-A 2... s .exp. Good DATA ENTRY! Work From Call 9 pm ONLY scalkins@ufpi.com to its appropriatenessto
3-7,,,,,,An.y,, "comm buschar!t ',2 the particular location
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(727 849 -0260.863-42S-3210_or NVR Lr 87 eHours. Personal Coemput orator Training Bulldoz-t uiTradesher n-
863-430-1149 DRIVERS-CDL Class A & B er Required. Excellent ,Bak W Lo tersh ( fLandscaping ) C Tra s rpseiot azn-
NRoll Off/Dump Truck. Lo- Careeiriesponl" Dump Truck Graders FENCE INSTALLER, Exp. shp to the adjacent x-
AQHAGOLDEN r Preparation for 11 cal driven, 25 years of 3 E6 100" Scrapers. Excavators. COMMERCIAL Landscape clean DL, Full-time, no sting system; and the
REG PALOMINO Employment i ag driving re- Florida Trainin! Na- Maintnance acct. mnr., Saturday, Tampa area. appropeateness of the
5 yr old mare show u 813 -DELIVERY .AREHOUSE/ tionaln Certifica fioni Fi -Min. 4yrs Fexp. Call 813- 813-737-9696 internal elements of these
5 yr old mare show equal 813-752-7097 DELIVERY/WAREHOUSE nancial Assistance Job 985-9381 DFWPplan itself, and
ty, professionally EARN DEGREE Online SALES COUNTER, excel- Placement 800-383- FOOD SERVICE
trained kid safe. n- from home *Medical DRIVERS LCT WANTS lent pp ortunity. Aim 7364 Associated Train- (Medical/Health Care)] EUIP TECH $K+ Whereas, the City Plan-
cludes alltack. (saddle, *Business *Paralegal YOU! OTR drivers, solos Electricupp, 1502 E. in services www.atsn Gas/Elec exp reMedical/Health Cae)80 ning Board has recom-
bridle etcood home *Computers*Criminal or teams.3 months ex- Baker St, Pan City. sc ools.com CNAHA or mature exp 813-985-1500 fx 672-580 mended aroal of the
ONLY. Reduced from Justice. Job Placement perience & CDL-A / HAZ CNA/HHA or mature expf conceptual modification
$5000 to $3800. Being Computer provided required. Full benefits Sell it today RM AN person to care for a CHINE Operators for accorinto the dine-
transferred. 813-416-2223 Financial aid ifqualify. package.2003-2005 Classifieds makes it HERDSMAN WANTEDf elery person. Excel- Plastics Comp anyf ginide-
866-858-2121 Equipment. Call 1-800- easy to sell a variety FOR 500 JERSEY Cows. ala. Call Mo- Fr lst2nd/3rd shi lines an andard
PAINT, registered spot- www.onlinetide 362-0159 of merchandise. Cars, of health / Reproduc- 9-5.863-66-1888 avail., must be mechani- oraed into the been inorpos-
less, Philiy, $2300 obo. watertech.com LCTransportation.com homes, furniture and tion. Salary/ Housing / CNA'S call inclined & depend- a; an to
Paint, 4yr old Tobiano. sportinggoods. +50 Monly Electric. F/T & P/T. Full time for pldirect Para-
$2800. obo. Ilk Angus Announce your No ideas for dinner? Electronics, appliances, Amenities / Bonuses / 11m-7 amm-3pm dise lasics 1201 W. Whereas, in accordance
Heifers. 813-545-1213 engagement or Feast your eyes computers, clothes, pets Benefits. Sanchelima /Tmustwor MLK Jr. Blvd. Plant City with Section 166.041(3)
.. anniversary on a new recipe in and much, much more. Dairy Farms 1702 NW any shift & weekends. 813-752-1155 Pam (a), Florida Statutes, and
Classified can give you in Sunday's Flavor Just call one of our 364 Road, Okeechobee, Current FL certification other applicable law, this
the key to your new car! BayLife section. every Wednesday. expert Classified reps FL 863-467-6662 or 305- req'd. Please call MAINTENANCE TECH City Commission has on
216-8194 813-642-1230 or F/T Must have 2 ears this date read for first
f Sales ( f Sales HSales Sales8 HIN E- 813-642-1216 exp. ineneral Mainte- reading the proposed or-
HIRING: RESORT nance duties. Excellent o-nance hereprapter re-d
ORKER SFonr Bryce, CNA'S pay & benefits. Please ferred to; now therefore
Rim, and Zion National Loveable, Dependablea, l813-642-123016 BE ITor RESOLVED BY THE
Parks. Located in South- caregivers, Autumn CITY COMMISSION OF
ern Utah and Northern Assist Living 1307 E. SCAFFOLD Builders THE CITY OF PLANT
Arizona. Call 435-772- Baker 813-752-1648 Immed. need for outage CITY, FLORIDA:
I7700. Apply online work in Florida, Top
www.xanterra.com Pay per diem, All levels.As required bySection
M LP/R of classification needed 166.041 (3)(alorida
Mn-Sat, morning &af- NOW CARE WALK-IN Ilus. CalI for more de- olicable law, the City
ternoon. SUNDANCE CLINIC PLANT CITY. tails 1-866-554-0800 Commission of the City
KENNELS Plant City Seeking fastpaced pro- of Plant CityFAt Home ori
81f3-737-3777 essional wiulin toWorK ( Work At Home )j does hereby give notice
front & back officeW as- AHm of the proposed enact-
If you are a motivated self-starter who is eager to learn, you KENTUCKY FRIED CHICK- sistinaaspects run- entofATA ENTRYan ordinance en-
EN 2305 S. Collins St. ning an urgent carebusi- DATA ENTRY Flex Hrs titled, andthe substance
can earn big money selling newspaper subscriptionsNeeded Day Shift help. ness& be a m rer. PCBeYour Own Bossline of which is:
ly perused. F. Must be ableto. Call 800-899-0048 ext 42 AN ORDINANCE OF THE
door-to-door for The Tampa Tribune. LICENSED Plmbi Con- wor on Saturday and CITY OF PLANT CITY,G
SLICENSED Plumbing Con- one Sunday per month. FLORIDA, APPROVING
tractors $100K Oppor- Drop off resume or call AND ADOPTING THE
tunity! National compa- Theresa @ 813-759-1232 CONCEPTUAl MODIFICA-
ny, requires tradesmen M-Th 10-3 TION OF THE GENERAL
to install specialty bath- SITE DEVELOPMENT
We want individuals who have great communication skills, are tubs.Liability & workers NEUROLOGY Practice in PLAN FOR WALDEN LAKE
comp in msurance re- Plant City seeks COMMUNITY UNIT DIS-
assertive and courteous and want to make uired. 78p0%5a tExcermise Science Major TRICT.
ary, 8 to perform balance ther-
Fax: 386-761-6754, apy, P/T. 813-752-1336 The proposed enactment
up to $500+ per week. w w w. p r e m i e r LEGALS of said ordinance, fol-
bathrooms.com Professional lowin secondereadingby
General TRAFFIC Manager, Exc. ( LegalNotices ) on th e conclusion of
oppor., to work for a the pulichearin pro-
This is a perfect opportunity for students and anyone needing Y thriving ad at~ncy, loc CITY COMMISSION OF videdin Section hereof.
.rn in Ybor City, e need a THE CITY OF PLANT The proposed ordinance
additional income. Must be 18 years of age or older. EQUIPMENT W quick thinking, pro a- CITY,FLORIDA may be inspected by the
OPER4 OR w/texc.ieople k ils.Un-. v IN RE: Betty Butcher Da- ity Clerk at the Nettie
O ERAO derstanding of how an vid Butcherand Anne Berry Draughon Munici-
ad agency functions is a Butcher pal Buildin 302 West
TRAINING FOR must. Sal. neg. to exp. E Reynolds Street, Plant
mail resume: CASE NO. HRB 2005-073 City, Florida.
For more information call 813-259-7044 and leave EMPLOYMENT km336092 ahosucm CASENO.HRB2573 ci, Florida.
your name, phone number and zip code or e-mail CmmorFax813-281-0271 NOTICEOFAPPEAL son il hold
If Restaurants/ Public Notice is hereby public hearing on said
circulationjobs@tampatrib.com (no attachments). Hospitalit/Clubs enthatan peal ordinance at its meeting
H r nl^& ll* / 11 Jias been filed from an in the Sadye Gibbs Mar-
Oder by the Historic Re- tin Audititorium of the
Please reference "lC Crew" in the subject line COOK, Area's Premier sources Board, Case No. Nettie Berry Draughon
Employer, Freedom Pla- 2005-073, regarding the Municipal Building, 302
and include your zip code. za @ Sun City Center, replacementofwin- West Reynolds Street,
andiclud Ryour zip looking for Cook w/lyr dows at 409 W. Plant City, Florida on
Bulldogs, B es, Health Care exper. CDM Chipman Street, The His March 13,2006 at :30
Loaders, Dump helpful but not required. toric Resources Board, p.m., or as soon there-
Trlcks, Graders, Exc benefits & pay. Con- by a 4-1 vote, denied after as the matter may
tact S. Martinez 4 813- the request to replace be heard, at which time
H E A T R Srpers, Exavors 642-1230 or J King @ the windows. The prop- interested parties and
Sl I hllllibd,];ll,17 813-642-1216. erty is owned by Betty citizens may appear and
Butcher, David Butcher e heard with respect to
DIETARY AIDES and Anne Butcher. the proposed ordinance.
LIFE. PRINTED AIY National Certification Dietary Aide preferred. The City Commission Section 3. At the public
LIFE RIN E D A LY. Financial Assistance Pleaseca813-642-1230 will hold a public hear- hearing referred in Sec-
or 813-642-1216 ing on the appeal at its tion 2 herein, all speak-
Job Placement KEEmeeting in the Sadye ers shall be limited to
Siacem t HOUSEKEEPER Gibbs Martin Auditori- three (3) minutes, unless
Assistance F/T 2 years exp. prefer- um of the Nettie Berry the speaker requests the
red. Please call Drauqhon Municipal City Clerk for additional
"All sales solicitors are Independent Contractors, 813-642-1230 or Buildin, 302 West time no less than forty-
All sales00-383-7364 813-642-1216 Rey nols Street City eight (48 hours.prior to
not employees of The Tampa Tribune" KITCHEN HELP F/T Apply Hall"), Plant Ci tylori- said pubic earm .in
inperson Chancy a de, on March 13, 2006 at the event speaker s) re-
fish Shack N. Park Rd 7:30 p.m., or as soon uest additional time the
AssociatedTraining o thereafter as the mat- termination of the
Services 7-0 ot 813-752- ter may be heard, at amount of time to be al-
Seies 7224 which time interested lowed shall be at the dis-
www.atsn-schools.com parties and citizens creation of the Mayor, but
132123-01 Save time and money may appear and be no speaker shall general-
82610-01 with Classifieds. heard with respect to ly.be allowed more than


t Legal Notices )
titeen (15) minutes.
Section 4. All persons are
advised that if a person
decides to appeal any
decision made by the
City Commission with re-
spect to any matter con-
sidered at such meeting,
he will need a record of
the proceedings, and for
such purpose he may
need to ensure that
averbatim record of the
proceedings is made,
which record includes
the testimony and evi-
dence upon which the
appeal is to be based.
Section 5. In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act any per-
son with a disability re-
quiring reasonable ac-
commodation in order to
participate in this meet-
ing should call the City
Clerk at (813)659-420 at
least 48 hours prior to
the public hearing.
Section 6. This resolu-
tion, as notice of the pro-
posed enactment of said
ordinance shall be pub-
lished in the Courier is-
sue of March 2, 2006.
Apoted by the City Com-
mission on February 27,
2006.
JOHN L DICKS
MAYOR-COMMISSIONER
ATTEST:
VIRGINIA L HELPER
CITY CLERK
Approved as to form and
correctness:
KENNETH W. BUCHMAN
CITY ATTORNEY
NO; 2007 3/02/2006
RESOLUTION NO. 44-2006
A RESOLUTION PROVID-
ING NOTICE OF PRO-
POSED ENACTMENT OF
AN AMENDMENT TO THE
ZONING ORDINANCE OF
THE CITY OF PLANT
CITY, FLORIDA.
Whereas, this City com-
mission has on this date
read for first reading the
proposed ordinance
hereinafter referred to;
and
Whereas, Midway Invest-
ment Company, Inc., has
initiated a change in the
zoning map designation
of a parcel of land; now
therefore
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF
THE CITY OF PLANT
CITY, FLORIDA:
Section 1. As required by
Section 166.041, Florida
Statutes and o her ap-
plicable law, the City
Commission of the City
of Plant City, Florida,
does hereby give notice
of the proposed enact-
ment of an ordinance en-
titled, and the substance
of which is:
AN ORDINANCE AMEND-
ING THE DISTRICT BOUN-
DARIES OF THE ZONING
MAP OF PLANT CITY
FLORIDA, AS ENACTED
BY CHAPTER 102, PLANT
CITY CODE, SO AS TO
CHANGE THE ZONING
CLASSIFICATION OF AN 8
ACRE PARCEL OF LAND"
LOCATED EAST OF WILD-
ER ROAD NORTH OF
FRONTAGE ROAD SOUTH
OF SAM ALLEN R6AD
AND WEST OF CHARLIE
-TAYLOR ROAD FROM AS-
1 COUNTY TO CU COM-
MUNITY UNIT DISTRICT
IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE GENERAL SITE DE-
VELOPMENT PLAN OF
MIDWAY LAKE COM-
MUNITY UNIT DISTRICT
AS FILED IN THE OFFICE
OF THE CITY CLERK.
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 the public hearing
provided in Section 4
hereof.
Section 3. The proposed
ordinance may be in-
spected by the public at
the office of the City
Clerk at the Nettle Berry
Draughon Municipal
Building (City HaeI), 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida.
Section 4. The City
Commission will hold a
public hearing on said
ordinance at its meeting
in the Sadye Gibbs Mar-
tin Auditorium of the
Nettie Berry Draughon
Municipal Building, 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida on
March 13,2006 at 7:30
p.m., or as soon there-
after as the matter may
be heard, at which time
interested parties and
citizens may appear and
be heard with respect to
the proposed ordinance.
Section 5. All persons are
advised that if a person
decides to appeal any
decision made by the
City Commission with re-
spect to any matter con-
sidered at such meeting,
he will need a record of
the proceedings, and for
such purpose he may
need to ensure that a
verbatim record of.the





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proceedings is made, TIME SHARE RESALES New Tampa i, DURANT 1 acre **ASHEVILLE, NC Area**- GEORGIA Bulloch Coun- NC MOUNTAINS 10 acres
which record includes Save 60%-80% Off Re- w/beautiful landscape, Private mountain re- ty 3-4 bedroom, 2 bath on mountain top in gt-
the testimony and evi- tail Best Resorts & Sea- ready to build impact treats. Gated riverfront home with 2 car garage ed community long-
appeal is to be based., log 1- 800-850-8783 power ofeinolace 801K mountain views. I to lots. 1800sq 159,000. & waterfall $119,500
www.Hogidaygroup.com 813-737-2118,731-4321 8/acres from the $60s. Call 912-839-)500 or owner 866-789-8535
Section 6. In accordance Four season climate, e m a i
Sectiont.the A neica REAL ESTATE NPEN HIGHLANDS COUNTY call 866-800-4588 Bear kladcox@hotmail.com NC MOUNTAINS GREAT
with the Americans with REAL ESTATEamVns5crt.HiROUSgG-A-WAY FROM
Disabilities Act any per- TIMESHARE RESALES The E Venus S ac. tracts. High River Lodge
sonwith a isaility re- SERVICES mosto effectivewayto ( SE& dry. C learned. 165 ac. GEORGIA- Colquitt Coun- HOME 2 levels w/loft -
quiringreasonamblh e lFac- Buy, e or Renaime- ul 0 fence commduni BARRINGTON NH .ty. 20 acre farm, no bd 2b, decks, car-
commn action ain t orer hoe RIVERVIEW, SUN 1-3PM, Lake sites avail. Start Waterfront & state house $96,000. ac port, workshop, 1.20
participate in this meet- Mortgages ree.a1-800-715-4693exa t NEW TAMPA/Pe br/2ba2cg, nextto in 130K Lots available from farm, no house $35,000. acre woo lot near
h o lfree. 1-800-715-4693 ext NEW TAMPA/P1ebble conserve area +up- coland.com(561) $290k- $1.08m. Visit Can finance. Call 911- Andrews, NC. Call Ralh
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the public thearit ng. 0 WANTED: 20 HOMES To 2281sf pond & conserve. Realty. 813-985-6000 N. CENTRAL FLORIDA
ion e c 100% Show Off Our New Life- $329K 813-943-2792 L A N BEAUTIFUL TENNESSEE GEORGIA, Lake Blue
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than forty-eight (48) In-House Realtors ed metal roofing at Very trournanis 813-624-4620 LUTZ Spacious re vestment Property. Mont oery CO. www.timberwoodmtn.c
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hearing. In the evemt VA/FHAEouity Loans. ranty. Energy Savings TAMPA PALMS Faircrest lakefront,5br, 3ba, 3cg, NORTH Tampa $24,900931-839-2968 deer hogs & turkeyNS
speakers) request addi- NO CLOSING COSTS to 40%. 18 colors 100 End Villa 3br, 2b, 2427sf, hidpool & spa, Best Piece out there! $2895 per acre. a NC MOUNTAINS Log cab-
tional time the determi- 1% Interest Only Financing. Free Esti- Wlkthru scrn lanai to FP built 2005. Phone 4.2 acres located 35 BLUE RIDGE, NORTH Stewart 229-425-1807 in $89,900. Easy to finish
nation of the amount of 00K s/400K18 me ate. 1-866-43 21, 0&i New Ch bath a & cable RG- mins Nof Tampa. All up- GEOiRGIA MOUNTAINS cabin on secluded site.





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TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN in Parks PLANT City Pool Home
LAND New Pre- Walden Lakes 3br/2ba,
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proceedings is made, TIME SHARE RESALES New Tampa JDURANT acre **ASHEVILLE, NC Area**- GEORGIA Bulloch Coun- NC MOUNTAINS 10 acres
which record includes Save 60%-80% Off Re- w/beautiful landscape, Private mountain re- ty 3-4 bedroom, 2 bath on mountain top in gat-
the testimony and evi- tail!! Best Resorts & Sea- ready to build impact treats. Gated riverfront home with 2 car garage ed community, long-
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www.Holidaygroup.com 813-737-218 73-4321 8/acres from the $60s. Call 912-839-00 or owner 866-789-8535
Section 6. In accordance h l Four season climate, e m a i 1 ,
with the Americans with REAL ESTATE HIGHLANDS COUNTY call 866-800-4588 Bear kladcox@hotmail.com NC MOUNTAINS GREAT
Disabilities Actany per S VIC TIMESoHARE ESALES The USE Venus 5 ac. tracts. High River Lodge GEORGIACO Coun-
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quiring reasonable*ac- most effetiv e w fencedeommunity, BARRINGTON NH ty. 20 acre farm, no 2bd 2ba, decks, car-
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at least 48hours priortoond & conserve. Realty. 813-98566000
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than forty-eight In-House Realtors ed metal roofing at Very trourianis 813.624-4620 9590 vestment Property. Montgomery Co. www.timberwoodmtn.c
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Orlando
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Lakeland
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Brandon
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Kissimmee


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