|UFDC Home||myUFDC Home | Help ||
|Main: Around Town|
|Main: Family Living|
|Main: 2006 Strawberry Festival|
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
|Table of Contents|
Main: Around Town
Main: Family Living
Main: 2006 Strawberry Festival
Plant City High
staging classic play.
See Page 5
Miss Heart of Plant City
See Page 3
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE
UNI OFFLALI -::Y 323 I
PK 0 IUN 01
404 LIBRA-RY WEST
L E-,, ,4,-I
U. S. POSTAGE
PERMIT NO. 6238
THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 2006 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA
2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
Willie Nelson performed to a packed house at The Florida Strawberry Festival stadium March 7. Nelson wasn't the only sellout. Big & Rich also played to a
standing-room-only crowd on the last night of the festival March 12. Final attendance numbers are not in, but officials called the festival a success.
Plant City High teen
dies in Park Road car
Durant's a favorite
going into Saladino
Man Dies Onacks
CLOSED FOR 4 HOURS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
A Plant City man was hit by a
train in downtown Plant City
March 11 at 10:15 p.m., Glosing
major roads through the area for
Plant City Police officials said
the man, identified as Donald
Veers, 40, formerly of Cookeville,
Tenn., was lying inside the rail-
road tracks west of Waller Street,
just south of Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Boulevard, when a west-
bound CSX train ran over him.
The train engineer saw an
object in the tracks, said police
Capt. John Borders, and gave two
loud blasts on the train's horn.
"The engineer said at first he
thought it might be some card-
board," Borders said.
"But there was no way to stop
the train in time."
North- and southbound traffic
was tied up on Waller, Wheeler,
Evers, Collins and Palmer streets
until about 2 a.m., Borders said.
He said the front of the train
passed over Veers, but the under-
carriage did enough damage to
Police were able t0o identify
Veers from a Tennessee driver's
license he was carrying.
"We'll know a lot more when
the autopsy is completed." Bor-
"They will look for drugs or
alcohol in his system, and
wounds on his body."
Borders said the autopsywould
also show if Veers was alive when
the train ran over him.
Joseph Padilla, the branch
manager at Labor Ready in Plant
City, said that Veers worked out
of his company's-temporary labor
pool from April 6 until Oct. 21
2005. Records show he was then
employed by Comanco Environ-
mental off County Line Road.
Company officials said Veers was
hired Oct. 24 and was employed
there at the time of his death.
People in the neighborhood
where Veers died said that until
March 10 he was living at Wil-
son's Court, on North Thomas
Street. Gordon Henry, the
manager of the rental apartments
said Veers was a resident there.
No charges have been filed in
the case, police said.
GEORGE NEWMAN/Staff photo
Donald Veers, 40, was run over by a CSX train at this spot March 11.
2 THE COURIER MARCH 16, 2006
PRICES GOOD TILL
40 LB BOX $9.99
8 MINUTE MAID
HOT SHOT$ 99
2 SUPER PACK -
2 PACK 17.5 OZ CANS
ROACH & ANT SPRAY
HOT OR MIL
-1, 9 UNCLE JOH
$ W. SMOKED SAU
FRESH FROZEN GOYA
VEGETABLE SALE MOJO
BUTTER PEAS/BABY LIMAS GALLON
BREADED OKRA/FIELD PEAS
& SNAPS/STEW MIX 99
$ 29LE A.
2 LB BAG
25 LB BUCKET
5 LB BOX
Mon-Sat 7am 9pm Sun 7am 8pm
MARCH 16,2006 THE COURIL,
Miss Heart Of Plant City Pageant Set For Saturday
FOR MISSFLORIDA IN JUNE
Ten young women are out to make a
difference as they compete Saturday
evening at Tomlin Middle School for
the title of 2006 Miss Heart of Plant
Following the festivities surround-
ing the selection of the Florida Straw-
berry Festival royalty, with all the
pageants and parades, the Miss Heart
of Plant City pageant finishes the
season with its winner becoming eligi-
ble to compete in the Miss Florida
Pageant, scheduled for June 3-9.
Contestants for the 2006 title are
Amanda Young, Katie Walker, Jessica
Rupp, Amanda Holland, KeeLee Tom-
linson, Bethani Loone, Cherica Brown,
Casey Hampton, Toinette Gerena and
They will compete in the areas of
interview, talent, swimsuit, evening
wear, casual wear and answer an on-
stage question. The talent portion will
count as the most important aspect of
the competition. This is in keeping
with the qualifying format instituted
by the Miss America Scholarship
Pageant, in which each state title
holder will compete for the title of
Miss America 2007, next January.
Pageant officials announced that
some of the talent to be represented at
the March 16 event will include sing-
ing, dancing, playing the flute and the
piano, and sign language. Officials also
PLANT CITY DIGEST
Plant City student dies in crash
A -Plant City High School student
was instantly killed early Sunday, and
the passenger, his classmate, was hos-
pitalized with serious injuries, when
the car they were in struck a tree on the
side of Park Road near Alabama Street,
police officials said.
Corey Pine II, 19, was killed when
the Chevrolet Impala he was driving
went out of control at a high rate of
speed near the intersection of Park
Road and Alsobrook Street and
crashed into a tree about 100 yards
north of the intersection.
Jaquan Phillips, 18, sustained
extensive injuries to his left hip and
stress that all contestants have worked
hard this year to individually promote
their programs, which include men-
toring, eating disorder awareness,
breast cancer awareness, the Make-A-
Wish Foundation and building
character and self-esteem through the
Tickets for the pageant are $12 each
and go on sale at Tomlin March 18 at 5
p.m., with the doors opening at 6 p.m.
leg, said Plant City police Officer Chad
Rader. Phillips was taken to Lakeland
Regional Hospital, and then trans-
ferred to Orlando for further treat-
ment. Rader reported Phillips has
returned to Lakeland Regional as of
March 14 and is out of danger.
The accident is still under investiga-
Neighborhood Watch meeting
Northside Baptist Church plans a
Neighborhood Watch meeting with
the Plant City Police Department at 7
p.m. March 28 in the church fellow-
ship hall, 1700 N. Franklin St. The
event will include free hot dogs and
"This year's primary scholarship
sponsor is once again Bill Heard Chev-
rolet," said Regan Paul, the 2006
pageant dance coordinator. "This
year's winner will receive $1,500 in
scholarship money, an official Miss
America crown and the trip to Miami
to compete for the title of Miss Flor-
Organizers said they were grateful to
Ms. Dixie's Aurora Music & Perform-
drinks. Call: 707-2214.
Male Achievers program
The Jr. Elite Women's Club of Plant
City will sponsor the 10th annual Afri-
can-American Male Achievers Pro-
gram May 21 at 5 p.m. at Mount
Moriah Missionary Baptist Church,.
911 E. Warren St.
Club members will introduce. the
men by sharing a brief synopsis of
their achievements, contributions and
Participation in the event requires
the young men to have a sponsor such
Ten young women
Ho vying for the 2006
Miss Heart of Plant
City title are prepar-
ing for the sixth
annual pageant March
S 18 at Tomlin Middle
School, 501 N. Wood-
row Wilson St. Miss
,p Heart of Plant City
2005 Holly Stein,
"iV center, is surrounded
by Katie Walker,
sitting top left,
Amanda Young, Jessica
Rupp and Toinette
Gerena, sitting top
right. Sitting with
Stein at the bottom
left is Margaret
Brown, and Casey
S., Hampton and Amanda
Holland, to the right.
tesy ot Regan Paul
ing Arts Studio for the use of their
facilities during opening number
"They offered the studio for the
dance practice and it really helped us
out and was very generous," said
pageant organizer Roxanne Fulwood.
For more information regarding the
pageant, call Fulwood at 478-8873.
as parents, grandparents, family mem-
bers or friends.
"The event presents a great oppor-
tunity for the community to give rec-
ognition to distinguished
African-American males ages 14 to
19," said club president Sharon
Call: Moody, 453-7134; or Esie Jen-
Sign-ups for junior
The Antioch Redskins cheerleading
and football program plans sign-ups
See DIGEST, Page 7
Plant City Golfis back with 18 new greens and other upgrades but the LUn, r ew,,
same southern hospitality we have always given our customers. n,
Come back and try us again; you'll love the course!
S Mon-ri Sat-Sun/Holidays I I Weekend Special I
7am-12 noon $26* 7am-12 noon $32* k Foursome Plays
I 12n-3pm $21" 12n-3pm $25* for$100**
After 3pm $14* After 3pm $16' (Reg. $128)
Per Golfer Golf/Cart Expires 3/31/06 Expires 3/31/06 *plus tax
L- - --- --- _--_-- _--- JL_----- -------J-I
S:503 S. Collins,
4 Plant City
AU Daily 8-6 Sun 9-5
I Full Service Wash...... 8.99 I Full Service Wash..... s8.99 Full Service Wash $8.99
Cea at Sealer W2 Step Polish Wax .. 2 Ste 3.00 Wheel Brite 3.00
SClearcoat Sealer Wax .. .3.OO | Clearcoat Sealer...... S3.00 ire Shine 54. 00
Air Freshener ......... 2.00 Rust Inhibiter ........ $2.00 Rust Inhibiter $2.00
l l| Wheel Brite .......... 3.00 Air Freshener $2.00
Total Value ........... $13.99 Tire Shine ............ 4.00 Express Hand Wax 31.00
Air Freshener ........ s2.00 Express Hand Wax 31.
$4.00 Off nw Total Value ........ $25.99 Total Value $50.99 6
S Naow OnlyterI 1 -1.00oo ff Noivald w, .21.00 Off
i xp3/21106.0 ...11 "NowOnfli
1503 S. Collins, PlantCi754-0777 1503 SCollins Pant Cty 7540777 1503 S. Collins, Plant City 754-0777
S Trucks, Vans & SUV's xtra C0161J Trucks, Vans & SUV's Extra CC160 Trucks, Vans & SUVs Extra CC168
4 4 THfE UIIO R ~ IkARC(H 16,'2b06
. .... -.'.. ". -..... ...
--. ., .-:- -.- .,-. -. ; _, .. -.-.'-- -
.':. W. i.',. ..:;* ... *. ; -:, *. ::-*; : :/'.* ,i ..:. ..** ','..: ".
:. --. .. : -- .-,, -, .- .... ,:"v^ ^ ^ a -"--=.--: ,a:< % .:-
TRUST STATE FARM,
[10 PIL ti Lust st~at F.tiv., t' Ir ca I IL; I I C C .-3 1
Courtney Paat Ins Agcy Inc Janl Lariscy Ins Agcy Inc .rosby ns Mgtcj mc
ECorinpy P gC-r i f Oafl~r, L~ricc:/ Ajteri[Rob Lros-1Ati/-~[
t~*~ 2414 J.arT,-. F..dm a-P a r 3, uqCAr,3drkea ~ S~rt~p[1713W Baker
Pian[ ClT, FL 33%6 Pid-ra C'rTL 2356-1 P 13n CiTy FL 35F2'i'fl'.q 10
Eur- 81-1 47 1 7B Elm 8132152-7202 BL,,. 8137z,,'M,4
LIKE A GOODINEVdIWOR ~SLAFE FARM IS THERE.'
I N .dI IF..,
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Linda Lawson, Director of the United Food Bank receives a $10,000
check from Pastor David Delph of the First Presbyterian Church.
Photo courtesy of the International Softball Federation
Don Porter, president of the Plant City-based International
Softbal! Federation, seated at right, recently visited North
Korea. To the left of Porter is O0. Sok Kwan, the secretary
general of the North Korean Softball Federation. With Kwan
and Porter are players from a Pyongyang, North Korea, school
Softball Snub Goes Against
Olympic Ideal, ISF Official Says
'VOTE WAS PURELY
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Those who tuned in to the
closing ceremony of the Olym-
pic Games, Feb. 26, from
Torino, Italy, heard Jacques
Rogge, president of the
International Olympic Com-
mittee describe the two-week
event as "truly magnificent."
Most people interested in
such sporting events might
easily agree. Bit not all,
including Don Porter of Plant
City were impressed with Rog-
ge's closing speech.
"Athletes," Rogge said, in
his televised oration. "We
have admired your brilliant
performances. You have
seduced us with your spirit of
fair play and brotherhood.
Keep the Olympic flame burn-
ing in. your heart. Press the
Olympic dream in your coun-
try. You are the true ambassa-
dors of our values. And give
back to sport what it has given
Porter, the president of the
Plant City-based International
Softball Federation, said he
was hardly impressed with
"I hate to use the word,"
Porter said. "But Rogge is a
hypocrite. I am receiving mail
from young athletes all over
the world who want to keep
that Olympic dream burning
in their hearts, but Rogge has
stomped on that dream."
Photo courtesy of Franco Bagattini
Don Porter, right, president of
the international Softball
Federation, sits with
International Olympic Com-
mittee president Jacques
Rogge during an Olympic
softball game in Athens,
Greece, site of the 2004
On Feb. 9, the International.
Olympic Committee voted in
Turino, Italy, the site of the
2006 Winter Olympics, to
forgo reconsidering an earlier
decision to drop softball as a
participating sport in the 2012
Olympics, which are sched-
uled for London.
Although the International
Softball Federation stands to
lose 85 percent of its funding
after 2012, ISF officials are
more concerned about losing
the ability to bring the sport to
children around the world.
"The kids are the ones who
will suffer, and nobody seems
See ISF, Page 7
The First Presbyterian Church of Plant City Walden Lake Golf Tournament
of January 28th to benefit the United Food Bank of Plant City, acknowledges
and extends a heartfelt thanks to the players, gift donors, volunteers and our
Platinum, Gold and Silver Sponsors
AM SOUTH BANK Plant City B&B TOWING Plant City
COUNSELING & REHAB ASSOCIATES Lakeland
HANDY FOOD STORES
LAGRONE & HINSON INVENTORY CONTROL
PUBLIC CHARITIES RADILNT OIL COMPANY Tampa
SOUTH FLORIDA BAPTIST HOSPITAL
SPARKY'S FOOD STORES TECO UPS STORE Plant City
e mrni aut0iobarmatord..om
iNTEGRiTY TRL'T H-.NE 5n *"El R
SINCE 1 4 SERVICE
S. SECURE PRE-APPROVAL
7,-,- Q QUICK QUOTE
In everything I did, I showed you that
by this kind of hard work we must help
the weak, remembering the wdrds the
Lord Jesus himself said: "It is more
blessed to give than to receive."
404 W. Reynolds Street
Plant City- 752-4211
Pastor- David B. Delph
Sunday 10:00 a.m.
2800 LUS H%-, 98 North, Bartow, Florida 1.800.533.0425 Ext.268
MARCH 16,2006 THE COURIER *
Federal employees to meet
The Strawberry Chapter of the National
Association of Retired and Current Federal
Employees plans a special St. Patrick's Day
theme luncheon March 16 at noon at the
First Baptist Church in Plant City.
Information: Dick Zeiner, 759-2887, or
Facets of an Artist: Bud Lee
Photographer and folk art collector Bud
Lee will discuss the creation and value of
art with Kristin Congdon, a professor at the
University of Central Florida, March 16 at 7
p.m. at Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St. Lee's most significant works
will be on display throughout March. Call:
Auditions for 'M.A.S.H.'
Plant City Entertainment plans auditions
for "M.A.S.H." at 7:30 p.m. March 16. Audi-
tions will be at the auditorium at Hills-
borough Community College. The group is
looking for 15 men and 15 women. The play
will be staged May 5-6 and May 12-13. Call:
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-
April 29: Tommy Mara and the Crests.
May 6: The Mystics.
Library Baby Time
A Baby Time children's program for
infants up to 14 months and their caretak-
ers 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-
Kid's Night Out
Elementary school students ages 5 to 12
are invited to attend a Kid's Night Out from
6 to 9 p.m. March 18 at the Planteen Recre-
ation Center, 301 N. Dort St. Cost is $5,
which includes pizza and drinks while they
last. Information: 757-9166 or visit
www.plantcitygov.com/rec and click the
Kid's Night Out link.
Benefit chicken dinner
The 19th annual barbecue chicken
dinner fundraiser to benefit Plant City Chil-
dren's Theatre Guild is set for March 17
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Wal-Mart
parking lot, 2602 Jim Redman Parkway.
Cost is $6 and includes 1/4 chicken, baked
beans, coleslaw and roll. Call: 752-1683 or
'Sermon' horse show planned
"Sermon on the Mount," a horse demon-
stration, is planned March 17-18 at Lazy W
Arena on East Trapnell Road. The show
uses horses to teach biblical principles and
demonstrate loving, successful horse and
trainer interaction. Free admission with
concessions on the grounds.
Shows are planned:
March 17: Sermon on the Mount
kickoff, children's program for ages 5 to 12
from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
March 18: Sermon on the Mount, 3:30
to 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.; chil-
dren's program 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., and kids'
rodeo at 5:30 p.m.
Free admission with concessions on the
grounds. Bring lawn chairs.
For information call 716-5247 or 754-
UDC to meet
The Plant City Chapter 1931 of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy will meet
March 18 at 10 a.m. at the 1914 Plant City
High School Community Center, 605 N.
Collins St. Sara Jo Reynolds will discuss
"Unique Ancestor Discoveries." Call Carole,
Pick of the Week
'Earnest' on stage
Plant City High Thespian Troupe 1449 will stage "The Importance of Being Earnest"
by Irish playwright Oscar Wilde at Plant City High School, 1 Raider Place, March 16
at 7 p.m. Among the cast are Micah Keck, Daniel Roberts, Will Mitchell, Jessica
Gonzalez, Lilly Duncan, Brittnie Turner, Chelsea Scripter and Jen Wilcox. Alan
Schism directs the comedy set during the Victorian era. The play is widely regarded
as Wilde's best work. Admission: $5. Call: 757-9370.
Yard sale, car wash
The Plant City High School Band plans a
yard sale and car wash starting at 7 a.m.
March 18 at Mia's Place, 2201 N. Thonoto-
sassa Road. Call: 757-9370.
Strawberry Classic Car Show
The Strawberry Classic Car Show is set
for March 18 from 4 to 9 p.m. for cars and
trucks manufactured in 1980 and before.-
Antiques, customs, classics and hot rods
will gather in and around McCall Park, 100
N. Collins St. Downtown specialty shops
and restaurants stay open for this event.
Admission and registration for the car show
are free. Information: 754-3707 or
FAMU alumni golf tourney
The Florida A&M University National
Alumni Association's Plant City Chapter
will host its second annual golf tournament
fundraiser for scholarships March 18 at
Walden Lake Golf & Country Club, 2001
Clubhouse Drive. Registration will be from
6:30 to 7:30 a.m. with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun
start. Cost is $65 per golfer. Call: Maurice
Pickett, 672-3910 or 833-5820.
Miss Heart of Plant City
The 2006 Miss Heart of Plant City pageant
is planned for March 18 at 6 p.m. at Tomlin
Middle School, 501 N. Woodrow Wilson St.
Call:'Brenda, 391-6720, or Roxanne, 478-
The Florida Opry
The Florida Opry will present Tugboat
Jerry from Louisiana and other artists
March 18 at 7 p.m. at the 1914 Plant City
High School Community Center, North
Evers and Herring streets. Reserve seats are
$12.50. Call: 752-4094.
Church on the Rock, 301 E. Alsobrook St.,
will present "Kingdom Collision," a free
wrestling showdown at 4:30 p.m. March 19.
Sixteen wrestlers will compete in a full out-
door rink. Information: 752-3740 or
Dover Pentecostal Holiness, 14150 Holi-
ness Church Road, will host a revival and
sing featuring the Suwanee River Boys
March 19 at the 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. serv-
ices and March 20-22 at 7 p.m. Call: 716-
Harmony Baptist Jubilee
Harmony Baptist Church, 6008 W.
Knights Griffin Road, will host its 12th anni-
versary Jubilee March 20-26 at 7 p.m.
nightly. Call: 986-7165.
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-
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-
Downtown merchants meeting
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce, 106 N. Evers St., will host a meeting
with downtown merchants to discuss
promoting business at 5:15 p.m. March 22
in the chamber's public meeting room. Call
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
See CALENDAR, Page 21
PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High School
Class of 1951 meets the
second Tuesday of the month
at the Orange Blossom Tea
Room, 106 S. Evers St. Call:
PCHS Class of 1953
The Plant City High School
Class of 1953 meets the
second Tuesday of each
month at 11:30 a.m. at Tony's
Airside Restaurant at the
Lakeland Airport. Call: 752-
Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of
Plant City meets the first
Friday of every month from 7
to 8:45 p.m. at Ms. Cherie's
Art & Frame Shop, 119 W.
Alexander St. The group was
formed to help children
appreciate art and partici-
pate in handg-on activities.
Turkey Creek Class of 1955
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1955 meets
the fourth Thursday of the
month at 8:30 a.m. at BuddyF-
reddys, 1401 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd. All class-
mates, teachers and staff
members are encouraged to
attend. Call: 986-1193.
Winter Visitor's Club
The Winter Visitor's Club
meets for business and pot-
luck dinners every Monday at
5:30 p.m. Membership is $10
per year and includes shuf-
fleboard tournaments. Call:
754-4130 or 757-9165.
The Plant City Lions Club
meets Tuesdays at noon at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Call: Judy Barta,
PCHS Class of 1958
The Plant City High Class
of 1958 meets for breakfast
the fourth Tuesday of every
month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's
Farmers Market Restaurant,
1401 Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. Call: 659-0421.
The Plant City Bar Associa-
tion meets the first Friday of
the month at noon at the
Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler
St. The group does not meet
for lunch in August or Decem-
ber, but holds a December
holiday party. Call: 866-1610,
An Alzheimer's support
group meets the second
Tuesday of each month at
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St. Call:
Linda Dunn, 754-3761.
Bereaved parents group
A bereaved parents group
meets the fourth Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. at South
Florida Baptist Hospital's
community conference room,
301 N. Alexander St. Call: 754-
6 THE COURIER MARCH 16, 2006
SEND US A
The Courier welcomes letters
to the editor and guest commen-
taries. Letters and commentaries
can be on a wide range of
subjects, and should be made
as legible as possible. Please
include author's signature, and
telephone number for verification
purposes. Submissions will be
edited to meet legal, grammatical
and stylistic requirements.
| Send submissions to:
101 N. Wheeler St.
Plant City, FL 33566
Published everV Thursday' by
cflcyd t'-mediageneral com
OP I NION
Participation Protects Against Bad Government
'm in the middle of rereading Victor Hugo's "Les
Miserables," his great 19th-century novel and
sermon on behalf of the poor and oppressed. If you
haven't read it, I recommend it. Hugo was a great
plotter and creator of mythic characters.
Both Hugo and Charles Dick-
ens can give you a vivid picture
picture of what capitalism
without a safety net was really
like. That is appropriate,
because there are some in our
own country who seem to wish
to remove the safety net and
revert to the law of the jungle,
The misery that the
Industrial Revolution wrought
also gives you an understand- CH
ing of why and how commun-
ism and socialism arose. I've
concluded that most of human Coc
history is reaction, not initia-
tive. Problems arise and people
react to them. Certainly We should
socialism arose as a reaction to ideals, but we
the misery caused by capital- careful not to
ism. gantly high ex
Unfortunately, socialism is no perfect s
turned out to be nothing more answer, no id
than substituting state capital- produce a hu
ism for private capitalism. It and no politic
created its own brand of will ride in an
misery. Alas, few are the ourselves. If p
humans who can avoid making it will be foun
their high place the lawless besides Earth
perch for winged ambition, to with ourselves;
use the words of Alfred Tenny- race, ever pro
son. and folly.
all hang on to our
e should also be
system, no one
eology that will
cal messiah who
d save us from
paradise there be,
d somewhere else
. We are stuck
s, the human
ne to fallibility
One of the reasons young
people in particular need to
read history and historical
fiction is so they will realize
that things we take for granted
today all had to be fought for. If
there were no environmental
regulations, no health and
safety regulations, no workers'
compensation, no unemploy-
ment insurance, no Medicare
or Medicaid, no food stamps,
no Social Security and no
public housing, then you
would see what capitalism was
like in Hugo's time.
If you think coal mines are
unsafe now, imagine how
.dangerous they were when no
one dared tell the coal compa-
nies what they had to do. Most
of this safety net is not that old.
I've talked with retired coal
miners who remember the
time when they were paid 60
cents a ton to dig coal and had
to buy their own equipment
from the company store. Male
children were put to work on
the slag heaps, and wives and
female children were often put
to work in textile mills. Long
hours, low pay and no concern
at all for the health and safety
of the workers were the norm
in those days.
Every benefit Americans
enjoy today had to be fought
for, sometimes politically, but
often physically, as owners set
thugs and murderers on people
trying to form unions. Unre-
strained power, whether
wielded by private individuals
and corporations or by
government, nearly always
produces evil and misery.
Thus the work of the citizen
never stops. We are always
trying to find that balance
between public and private
power, between production of.
wealth and fair distribution of
it. We are always forced to
combat corruption, lawless-
ness and exploitation.
Our problem today is that so
few people seem inclined to
join the ranks of active citi-
zenry, preferring instead to
pursue their own private
pleasures and ambitions. Well,
all I can say is that ydu will be
governed -well or badly, and
your only protection against
bad government is participa-
tion in the political wars.
There is one other thing you
can learn from history, and that
is impermanence. What we
have, we can lose. Status quo is
the mother of all myths. So
think about abandoning the
couch and the remote and join-
ing the rest of us on the
barricades. It's certainly more
interesting than reruns.
Write to Charley Reese at
P.O. Box 2446, Orlando, FL
Editorfferene n Peole Lives
g The Opportunity To Make A Difference In People's Lives
M y wife and I may have been married almost 27
... yearss, but we still go out of our way to date. It's
4, 'a win-win situation. I can make plans with all
Sthe anticipation and romance of a brand-new
GE NEWMAN relationship, yet without the worry of rejection or
ep. rter having to wonder if she'll say "Yes" the next time I ask.
-h t a ,ni2 n mr r um i ,m
gi News: 865-4430
0 unbelt INewspapers .1006 ,
unbeltt ri ,'nji paprr i a i
[vl .d,a G'eneal pubhc tlOlul
They key, of course, is never
to take each other for granted.
She's exactly the kifid of
woman I'll always be motivated
to ask out and then fall in love
One of our standard date
night activities is dinner at a
favorite restaurant. We love to
talk, hold hands, share what's
on our hearts and probe one
another's souls, often shelving
plans for a scheduled movie
because we simply enjoy the
communion too much to rush
Last week we had to cut our
dinner short. The place seemed
noisier from the get-go, even
though it wasn't crowded.
Then as soon as our waitress
stopped by the table we
understood why. It was all
about the booze.
Our server hardly said hello
before making her pitch.
"Would you like to join our
international beer club?" It was
about as subtle as Ronald
McDonald pushing an extra-
large serving of fries.
"You can sample all the best
beers from different countries,"
she continued. "It's really great.
If you're able to drink your way
around the world, then you get
your name up on the wall over
She smiled broadly, as if
having my name on the wall for
drinking too much would be an'
achievement of note.
They used to write my name
on the chalk board a lot in
junior high school. I never
realized it was such a good
I declined. My big decision
in the world of beer is can I
handle the 16-ounce or should
I limit myself to a small?'
Meanwhile, we observed the
formerly family friendly eatery
become a kind of fraternity
house annex as a group of
middle-aged men made their
way through England, Ger-
many, and several small
Caribbean islands on their way
to wall-mounted immortality.
It was pathetic, really, even
more so when you consider
that the "restaurant" in
question seemed to encourage
such boorish behavior and
embarrassing displays of public
We left when repeated
barrages of foul language
began to echo around the
dinning room, relocating our
romantic tete-h-tete to the
coffee section of our favorite
book-seller. The experience did
give me pause, however, and I
couldn't help but think about
what else it might take to get
my name mounted on a wall
somewhere, and if I would
There are some trophies
back in my old high school
decorated with "D. S. Maul" -
back then it was soccer and
track. In college, I'm inscribed
on a fancy scholarship, back in
Pensacola I won some teaching
awards, and I've got some stuff
from the Florida Press Associa-
tion sitting on a shelf some-
Do you want to know what
really motivates me? My wife
and I were talking about this at
a much quieter restaurant just.
the other day. I'm excited
about every opportunity I have
to make a difference in other
people's lives, and I'm thrilled
to imagine that this world
might be a different place
tomorrow because of what I do,
or-say, or write, today.
Have you ever attended a
funeral or a memorial service
where it was painfully obvious
that the closest that person
ever came to immortality was
the time they drank their way
around the world and made it
to the wall of fame?
Each one of us faces the
opportunity to make a positive
difference in the lives of others
every single day. It's a chal-
lenge we are well equipped to
respond to at the foundation of
our created purpose.
The challenge remains. Do I
want my name inscribed in
some eternal record, beyond
price and untouched by decay?
Or am I content to see it
chalked up on the wall,
valueless and corrupt?
Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can view
his work at derekmaul.com or
reach him at
Continued From Page 4
to care," said Porter. "Rogge's
words ring empty when he has
eliminated the participation of
thousands of young athletes
from 126 countries that had
their Olympic dreams shat-
tered. Rogge makes no sense.
He is a hypocrite.'
Porter has spent the last six
months contacting IOC offi-
cials attempting to bring them
around to his way of thinking.
His lobbying effort went for
naught as the IOC voted 47-43
not to reconsider the decision.
"The vote was purely
political and goes against
everything that the Olympics
are supposed to represent,"
Porter said. "Our efforts at the
ISF are to promote sportsman-
ship and fair play around the
world. But there was nothing
fair about this vote."
Porter said instead of con-
sidering softball's popularity,
worldwide appeal, predomi-
nance of female athletes, the
relative low cost associated
with fielding the sport in the
Olympics, television and spec-
tator appeal, the IOC opted to
follow the lead of Jacques
Rogge, the IOC's president,
and remove softball from the
list of participating sports. The
ISF budget will not be affected
until 2012, but that places the
organization's future in jeop-
"Our financial strength is
dependent on softball remain-
ing an active sport on the
Olympic program," Porter
said. "Rogge has threatened
our existence with his
Softball first became a par-
ticipating Olympic sport at the
1996 Games in Atlanta, Ga.
Since then, the IOC has con-
tributed more than $1 million
each year through the U.S.
Olympic Committee to finance
the ISF effort.
In November 2002, during
the IOC Congress meeting in
Mexico City, Porter said Rogge
pushed for a vote to remove
two sports in the 28-sport
Olympic menu so that Rogge's
favorite sports, seven-man
rugby and golf, could be added
to the Olympics. The vote to
include rugby and golf failed.
In Singapore last year, dur-
ing the IOC vote to choose the
2012 Olympic city, Rogge was
again hit with a setback, Porter.
"Rogge tried to get a vote to
make rugby and golf partici-
pating Olympic sports. That
failed," Porter said.
While Rogge was supporting
Paris as the Olympic venue,
London won the vote.
"London's selection was not
taken well by his office," Por-
On top of that, Porter said
London was pushing to have
softball returned as a partici-
"The British Olympic Com-
mittee and the sponsors of the
London venue told Rogge and
the world that they would
build a softball stadium at the
Olympic site, whether softball
was reinstated or not," Porter
"Seventy IOC members told
me they would support soft-
ball. Knowing that some would
not live up to their word, I still
felt that 60 of them would
support softball and our
efforts around the world."
Baseball can be thrown into
this same mix it suffered the
same fate as softball in this
Rogge realignment. But Porter
tried to separate his sport from
baseball, saying the two sports
are separate in many ways.
"Major League Baseball has
a tremendous say in how their
athletes respond to the Olym-
pic effort," Porter.said. "Hon-
estly, they have so much
money, and so many ways to
support themselves, that they
don't really care if they are a
part of the Olympics. Softball
has a totally different world
view. And our funding from
the IOC and the sponsors of
athletics around the world are
our only source of income.
"Rogge has in effect cut our
legs right out from under our
effort to promote sport
throughout the world."
Television advertising reve-
nue guarantees the IOC billi-
ons of dollars every four years
for expenses to hold the
Games. Of those billions, the
ISF is granted about $5 million
to cover a four-year budget
from one Olympics to the
Porter said his staff collects
and distributes more than $1.2
million worth of softball
equipment to organizations
around the world to promote
the sport. Several staff mem-
bers travel to foreign countries
to teach softball fundamen-
tals, help build playing fields,
teach umpires and sponsor
Porter said the IOC boasts of
having more than $250 million
in its rainy day fund.
"The IOC just doesn't get it,"
Porter said. "The rainy day will
occur when children who have
enjoyed the sport of softball in
some foreign land are left
standing in an empty field,
with no equipment, no
coaches, no guidance, and no
hope of enjoying a sport for all
Laurie Gouthro, the ISF's
director of competition, said
the loss of the Olympic dream
is felt mostly by the young ath-
letes hoping for Olympic
"Our Web site (www.intern-
board is loaded with e-mails
from young athletes around
the globe who are upset about
the loss of softball as a partici-
pating Olympic sport," Gout-
hro said. "So many kids dream
of playing college and Olym-
pic softball. That dream some-
times starts at the age of 5. But
the IOC has ruined that dream
for those athletes who will
mature in the sport in 2012.
Apart from that, the money
needed to supply softball
equipment, clinics and semi-
nars around the world will no
longer be available to us."
An ISF administration com-
mission meeting is scheduled
for March 18-19, in Chicago,
Ill., to address future ISF
financial and budgetary plans.
If you would like to submit an item to The Courier, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 16,2006 THE COURIER j
Continued From Page 3
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March
18 at 8604 Franklin Road.
Participants, ages 5 to 16,
need to bring a picture, birth
certificate and should be
accompanied by a parent or
guardian. Registration is $125
and players must bring at
least $50 to sign up. Call: 986-
City fills growth,
After sorting through the
names and backgrounds of
101 job applicants, City
Manager David Sollenberger
announced that a name
familiar to him has been
added to the roster of city
Gregory S. Horwedel, 45,
has been hired by the city for
the newly created position of
assistant city manager for
growth and development
services. Horwedel was also
director of development serv-
ices for the city of Sarasota
when Sollenberger was the
city manager there. He was
also formerly a senior man-
agement partner with a con-
sulting firm in Cincinnati.
The Courier staff welcomes
name, contact person's name
and phone number and a
brief description, including
names of those pictured.
Send photos to: The Courier,
101 N. Wheeler St., Plant City,
Call 865-4430 for
(HOTEL & CASINO
t i / ;, I .. J !'i I ,
8 THE COURIER MARCH 16, 2006
EA MJLY LIA V LN G
Fords Take Strawberries To Heart, Home
Creativity knows no limit in
Brenda and Guy Ford's home.
When Brenda moved to Plant
City from Amish country in
Indiana, she brought her
apple collection with her. But
it just didn't seem right
having apples all over the
house in a town known for its
She has replaced the apples
with strawberries, and even
has something from her
husband's hometown of
Arcadia a strawberry
When Brenda's not taking
care of their three dogs and
teaching special education at
Tomlin School, she is on the
hunt for, you guessed it,
anything that resembles a
We also send a warm
welcome to Brenda's parents,
Ron and Pat Shepler, who are
visiting Plant City this week
for the very first time.
Kolkers meet with
Putnam in D.C.
Putnam, R-Bartow, won't
forget Plant City. On his
return to Washington, D.C.,
after participating in the
Strawberry Festival Parade,
the young Congressman met
with Plant City's Stanley and
The Kolkers were in
Washington last week to
attend a conference spon-
sored by the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee,
whose mission is to lobby the
U.S. government regarding
legislation that strengthens
the relationship between the
U.S. and Israel.
The couple said they had a
wonderful visit to our nation's
capital, and the highlight of
their trip was the visit with
Congressman Putnam, whose
district includes Plant City.
Card party comes up aces
Thanks to a very creative
bunch of women, the annual
card party brunch of the
Woman's Club of Plant City
was a huge success. Door
prizes were donated by 36
businesses their names were
proudly displayed on a
beautiful poster created by
Jennie Harwell, in charge of
the decorations, carried a
Valentine's Day theme
throughout the room. Jossie
Azorin donated 21 exquisite
painted pictures for table
prizes with Jenny Leitner and
Betty Chambers preparing the
Barbara Miller, Betty Astin,
Helen Printz, Vivian Devlin
and Marilyn Day worked on
These women, along with
Evelyn Avery and Esther
Zeigler, who were part of this
year's committee, wish to
thank everyone for their
Proceeds from the event go
to the club's scholarship fund
and other community
A Toney wedding
Carl and Betty Schumacher
of Plant City are thrilled with
the news that their grand-
daughter Renee Toney,
daughter of Wayne and Eva
Caraway, plans to marry Nov.
18. The soon-to-be groom is
Hugh S. Waldron III, son of
Darlene and Hugh Waldron
Renee, a Plant City gradu-
ate, attends Hillsborough
Community College and is a
Hugh graduated from
Armwood High, studied
music at the University of
South Florida and will be
attending seminary school in
the fall. Until then, he is an
office manager for Tia's Tex-
God bless this couple.
The recent East Hills-
borough Historical Society
strawberry stemming "party"
had a wonderful group of
women who have been
around long enough to think
maybe we need more shows
like "Little House on the
Prairie" and "Mayberry."
As they got close to stem-
ming the last of those 140
flats, Marie Fry said, "You
know what the monkey said
when they cut off his tail,
don't you? It won't be long
She also told us how to heal
a sick cow. "Feed him straw-
berry wine, blackstrap
molasses and eggs. In a few
days he'll be following you
I loved it!
These women are really
special, and don't let anyone
tell you Southern women
don't have a sense of bumor.
They've had lots of material to
draw from. What would we do
I heard Randy Joyce of
Mutual Harvesting say that
he's so busy, his wife, Shirley,
says she can't keep track of
where he is. "When I die, I'm
going to put on my tomb-
stone, 'Now you still don't
know where I am,'" he said.
Dearhearts looking for pet
There's something about
loss that just isn't how God
intended life to be. Loss, big
or little, hurts.
The Dearhart family
recently lost their miniature
Australian shepherd. If you've
seen her, please call 436-7232,
"I-a '~ ~
S- .Above, Brenda
S. her home with a
At left, Stanley
'and Susan Kolker
Visited U.S. Rep.
.. Adam Putnam,
Al .. 1 center, on their
**trip to Washing-
Photo courtesy of Susan Kolker
Photo courtesy Michelle Dearhart
Above, the Dearhart family is
offering a reward for
information about their
miniature Australian shepherd
which was last seen March 7.
At right, Hugh Waldron and
Renee Toney plan a fall
436-7106 or 719-9760.
Little Makeda has a blue
merle color with blue/brown
eyes. The pet got loose from
the groomer and was last seen
March 7 near the Publix
Shopping Plaza on J.L.
Michelle Dearhart says
there is a reward offered.
Have a birthday or family
event you would like to see in
Betty's column? Send items to
email@example.com or mail or
hand deliver to The Courier, C/
0 Betty Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler
St., Plant City, FL 33566.
GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Students from the Illinois Institute of Technology in
Chicago spent some of their spring break assisting Habitat
For Humanity place siding on the most recent Plant City
Habitat house, 1110 Drane St. Clinton Mueller, front row
center, the resource development and public relations
director for Habitat, Hillsborough County, said the
students are provided lunch each day by the Plant City
First Baptist Church and are being housed in Tampa,
courtesy of the Hyde Park United Methodist Church.
Air Force Airman Jeremy J.
Townsend has graduated from
basic military training at Lack-
land Air Force Base, San Anto-
Townsend is the son of
Jeannine Shuck of Peru, Ind.,
and Billy Townsend of Plant
City. He is a 2005 graduate of
Peru High School.
Army Pvt. Robert L. Clark
has graduated from nine
weeks of basic training at Fort
Clark is the son of Martha
Butler of Plant City. He is a
2003 graduate of Durant High
Army Staff Sgt. David Marri-
ott has returned to Fort Stew-
art, Ga., after being deployed
to Iraq. Marriott is a member
of Task Force 4th-64th Armor
Regiment, 3rd Infantry Divi-
Marriott, a light-wheel vehi-
cle mechanic, is the son of
Vivian Marriott of St. Peters-
burg. His wife, Jen, is the
daughter of James O'Neal of
Plant City and Robbie Rhabe
of St. Petersburg.
Marriott is a 1999 graduate
of Northeast High School in
Army Pvt. Byron C. Floyd
has graduated from the Light-
wheeled Vehicle Mechanic
Advanced Individual Training
course at Fort Jackson,
Floyd is the son of Betty L.
and Gary Floyd of Plant City,
and his wife, Cherie, is the
daughter of Evol and Nowella
Bennett, also of Plant City.
The private is a 2003 gradu-
ate of Plant City High School.
Marine Corps Pfc. Michael
A. Thomas, recently com-
pleted 12 weeks of basic train-
ing at Marine Corps Recruit
Depot, Parris Island, S.C., and
was promoted to his current
Thomas is the son of Con-
stance C. Thomas of Plant
City. He is a 2002 graduate of
Gaither High School.
Army Pvt. Christopher M.
Brinsfield has graduated from
eight weeks of basic training
at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla.
He is the son of Donna
Retallack of Plant City.
Provided by 3StepDivorce.com
Learn more at our website or call us at 1-800-680-9052
Complete & ready for filing only $299 only
100% guaranteed or your money back (flat fee)!
Veins in our legs have valves directing blood back
to the heart. Failure of these valves, called venous
insufficiency, leads to pain, heaviness of legs,
swelling, discoloration, varicosities, spider veins
and even ulceration. We are pleased to offer the
latest technology in the office to evaluate and treat
* Plethsmography and Doppler USG mapping to
determine the location, extent and correctability of
* EndoVenous laser vein closure to treat large
insufficient veins, instead of stripping.
* Micro phlebectomy: removal of veins through small
* Sclerotherapy: injection of material to close the vein.
* Neodymium YAG laser for treatment of spider veins,
pigmented lesions and hair removal.
Covered with certain indications by insurances
or easy payment plans arranged.
PATRICK'S DAY PAR
rteAs n Good
Beepr t'7 elWine
3603 US 92 E. Plant City
10 THE COURIER MARCH 16i 2006
To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please cjll Goo Mackiewit: at 813-865--1438.
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL.
III",I./,riI 'Ii.I'-iI ILml.. ij..,i,
It. .-It, 11, f i 113 11.' I t R i-
ASSEMBLY OF GOO
If 1" fOi'.u I, I r) 'iRi
11214j.114" 0 .. '*-ise .
tai4l' fIrpkI/. in Hll ..h19l ~)~h
J1210 I/ilk ,I -if, fl
Om -),2 I'M-*'1..t
1uiZIlio.P% i il
I a in IR o',411
1 4 W WIieRd 3 -i2 1014
iidn.'i Sidn.', Rn I If, ml I
q iidit.Din,- & 0 153
hw.kei .Vr, .'bd k I'
% of iR iii"?
d /,fia hIw~itdni.Q
ta/doA' ItolonRU I- 32 40
&-'iW,;9SR1 '3' 1232
&fhl w14Nnit R.',iro it "54 1231)
&ui.ki bilhm ..hou'iinUlneRd!.
Bible (i'virlic 6171kijfRit
Itki'.IN' i5', '2?'4
Ca/inn Irve ifsill
N'39 fmnpnelI Ra f.
.M .dnr "f Ihe-,,II, Rd
e .'ntr'Y l jlit"
Mn.-rh on tivfile, R Rd
311 I1Lr U hrook. "52 4il>ii
-,rm-A4. 5R 39 S Pinrt., 'I
(tamnlriside iCIfii i iiiiiyb
Onie,'r lmrl %'. I.,ill.,ld.'d
A 9 0210 ii
lud'sid, 1318 F 0,1brainI.
hvAiI''.hli 4 fi'i Rd i"6-1~3-M
faiff' Fenipl. P i'llha
.iO.'U Ii I'i-hinclon 51f, i 4 .141
ii IBariidi (Au rrh iaf h id.i
lhdiri Rd 'i2-20J9
first Baptist Uinta..
nlem'e, l..m i,I*'%R ?I,'.
I ithla Plyin.'risRid -;"1121.?
First Pl/ant (In
Ri3 %, Pa/nw,' 2i/'
...... 1, ni i1,- 1, i
A l .1."I"..' tilRi
mt i ii1;2-
wq u ba ill, ll,
I 'IN#% r,,i fi ii ''. -V
pli~diI Ii 1. 4,11'iiiiL
P-9 % Lien W'e F,??fit4i
9pk-iut 1,iia.'10 D Iruuk~
%[ luttqi, I/Va.iin
If-q Sl iiii-el/if '51-4i'992
if KIini (ni, il
MW %H R on' ? f. iii
V 1.r I, I iiiimiiliiiiitiIf(iUlmi-h
-.,- I In'.'.,it "';4 11,16
Ii'.i lijAIt) Rn. 0-, 1 S".
NH T'.i 'ik fRm"li
i 4_b'"-,k hI ia'iknuRd li
.qi i-jl i, r1f2R
litton Ifi u iibn. wki
wai5Sl~lrerintI M113U wlcobia. ml i
Wif % lem.'i. n I RIa Ii Slifn,-r
I Iit2ic t in
631- "l~i idti fIa.iRi
14402i* luirkR~ll 52-192R1fin
itI einientI I ii %. lemim iit.
"52-5565oa "2 52
Ithifil, f'.Ru %S iif'.lV 4
CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
%o, ..., / 214 1 faun S1
Cal. a', omiumit'ii
i2W OSruill..R.ial, Rj
tin-.', I-niu*nul 5Si 609..2'01i
Plaid (If,.l 21i IluitatRA'. 5.1-1591
iurl.,, in'.k Fi,,*et (.k Rd
at W 61) 'lJ
rI'2 A Tiiliar Rd 6,191
CHURCHI OF GOD
iqtNu'r a6 i, "9
Plant (Ilif'.Cm.. F'ella'.44p
i,, I \ ,, r ,,I. ,.h,.,,... >I
'. 'r; l
i-ml u.,. i 1
q, 1th1 4,1 .1 ,air,' i It
" i .Ir.I
ill.' l Iri tIr v t
:.1; .i0 ?111
,l*, 11 /.r.aur y-
**1 II Millv i
.Ill .v1 I l j i.Ird ., It
fi',l r .1ll / r..t lll ii l
Ie*F,' rr.J Le r.'l'/if
SR i' ll lv I kfir s 0, 12
I IOllVnH S IWI NI't EntSr
;irt i loni "i/ -,,
.I 1oh .aitt iIllr I mhll'
I ItIi f'Amhin i. iN; II j
iOpeilr if fell, "I'. p
oll 01AR. I t aif -R3".)\
2.1 ,' IA.IreR M.I .'4'HI
JEHOVAH S WITNESSES
hlnilorn I all
t.'U.2 ,.TrIan. In
l'-'jil. l.'e ilai
140 1.% *Pl'RI R.26;-'6j
1.'/ Im .vfn 2tlfarl sthI
at, .i (oI l et 'Li ll
21h? Park Rd i92.0S10
I llart,.,l dlf',u hf Jp
oil aterIiil at lan 'ettr
I1".)1% Inrnrinn it "i59. 'h
hinpi.t ramlnill mu lm hilp '-
.Ie ti satl S r [i.vItleturnia
10wol rs '"914
(liiio f f tlorli.
906 R'enfr, 51 "-t i 19.92
lamnpa Ilihe r -.ti l/i
IOitt F Ilill4rous,4.1. v. "5 26'1f
1a illtjrit nt(iTh
19II ,b '~'d1m it. ,i'9.2n-
lot in PwmA and or nislip (enl
I < 92 F
Orltbul I tiinm
J82.'i ,torm.s take? Rd ozna'r o09-01
r6nler Ilvli uhl rrilli
fonp lt .uterl
31 tl dirmno R.1 'q" "t 'I"A
I Ing ,1t,'r tours ,a."rl
(mrclh W2l. t nVfl' -i t 9 .i$i,8
i, HoIt 0.' lor-hip (ent.'r
Mt ?It ffahboneu uS'.to 3
ino"- IWow's larike IIfoltmn
(Iurhi, Rd. 659. IO1I
I bluriul oftilit ItIug Goa.
Ilk'2 Iil.'lr S "i-I.-d4l
Fn.,'li,.al Plant in
110 CUarlt rimifn Rd .i9.9.3 j
hIn t t. ,l.it t,, t t I i Ih,
I'll II l t ". .' t
Ii rI" i.' I tA...t, i.
pl, irt 1 11 .'. C r1. t, t r.I ,
SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN MINISTRIES. INC
.-1 i ', h I .tf ii i' hAli
,ti-f fl i i li,..i',t i, R.I
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
2 1lr"m I I l. l I.. ..I. ,
."'J l.'. ', ',.rt IK,l ,,Irtln r
,.,, ili if iI t' > ih I R.
"J l* f II-.; r 'i .
ill, ll if.t'I- II. n ,r L R I.I ." i .'i
Iti"lH.it.in if I 1 n Ii l
ORD... DF FAiT Hrnm i.''."I
'Ind /l l'tbsi llei/'rr[r "'f .'H.-'
i5,rlm c ,il.au -. 2J I, irl'lltt l i i' I
il f t, b .4 s, Ir' r v, i "4" dt'l
Salf,'t ;.udayi Vir g tm i.; l Maill ss:/i r
[intli Plain: ill 40.l i In;lH d it "i.l 9 I,,
i.ii llEtr n t 60bpintm) SI psII'l
4( P Hant IUti u in t-.im R TI-Ih irulldAirg
I/.' \,rt, I 'ark Ra
Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pmr English, 6:30pm Spanish
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
iO" ol 574 Doverl
7am &10 30am English
8-30am & 7pm Spanish -
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
l(O i 1-4 E itl 21 Soull'il
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages .3 to 5 years old
iii754-1237 or Su13478-1185
303 N. Evers Street
Downtown Plant Cit\
i'twjwn i ReniTcld.l Bia-.r StriL. i
S111, il r. C pel C(on-natJnion
S111. ar C-or tenimp:r ar- 1 \\%'r.J lp in
Tie \e. le\ Ctnue
IIi I i amn- S'unda\ 'J-,,:ioI
iChLidnT, -. ,-lulti
11 i00 an- Tra.ditioin l \Vi,.r.l'up bin
\outh Fellw%,. .hip, & ort-rJp
4:00 8-fi)0 pm
Cudrcn s rrog im W.irlhip
0:15 .00O pm
Famil Dinrier 5-45 pm
Pa-trtr Bible Stud 7:00 pm
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
w,\\.l mrnmcplantatv org
wvit\\ telottonline org
3505 Lone Oal oad. Plant Cir1
Sund:i School 10 00 AM
morningg IVrhip, 11.00 4 r1
Everini.. or.hip 6 00 PH
Wednesday Adult & Youth Mini'irnes
Kerry D. Beacy Pastor
402 Eneli'h St..
For inspiring, meaningful
and practical worship.
join us Sunday.
"Consumed Bu\ Zeal"
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9.00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10-15 a.m and 6"00 p.m.
Women's Scrapbooking Club
Wednesday Night Worship
Activitie-s or Crhildren
& Students: 6:00 p m
Advertise in the
PITr C(IT COURIER
Call Goo lacklewitz at
.-.)j iijlr l~-4-r.;
Members of the St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church Youth Choir joined several hundred
people attending the Gospel Extravaganza, part of the Plant City Black History Month
observance Feb. 17 at the Trinkle Building at Hillsborough Community College's Plant City
WHAT You CAN EXPECT
WATCH Lew Sterrett as he works with horses of various stages from untrained to
LISTEN as Lew explains how the horse understands what the trainer is communicating
and makes the decision whether to follow the trainer's guidance or not
OBSERVE life lessons from the language of the horse. You will see the horses go from
distrust to trust, from stiff and resistant to supple and willing.
HAVE FUN as you watch horses make changes in their thinking that parallel the
changes we make in our life decisions.
Sermon on the Mount@ uses horses to teach biblical principles
and demonstrate loving, successful horse and trainer interaction.
Each presentation is uniquely different.
Lazy W Arena, 2105 E. Trapnell Rd. (2 miles East of Highway 39)
Come Join the Fun at our Western Weekend!!
Friday, March 17th, 2006 813.754.6974
Horseman's Workshop (max 15 riders)
9am-4pm or 813.716.5247
Sermon on the Mount 6:30-8:30pm
Kids Special program (5 yrs. to 12 yrs.) www.SermonOnTheMount.org
Saturday, March 18th, 2006 1-4
Sermon on the Mount 3:30-4:30pm PLANT CITY 0
Kids Special Program 3:30-4:30pm g Trapnell
Kids Rodeo 5:30pm |
Sermon on the Mount 6:30-8:30pm Hwy 60 0
with Q & A following
Free Admission Concessions Prizes Bring Lawn Chairs
At Walden Woods, Inc.
S-- Anthony Jackson, DDDS
H. Randolph Valdez, DMD
General Dentistry Crowns Bridges
Cosmetic Bonding & Veneers Teeth Whitening
Implant Dentistry Dentures & Partials
Denture Repairs & Relines
Most Insurance Accepted
512 E. Alexander Street, Walden Woods Shopping Center
Plant City, FL 33566 (813) 752-3030
All Kinds of Savings
on Phones and Plans
For All Kinds of Families
Reg. $219.99 each.
> Built-in camera
> Sprint PCS Picture
>SMS Text Messaging
NfmK cffo equavs~afp
.*' :> -**i
1803 JAMES L REDMAN PKWY. PLANT CITY
UNIT D, CONS PARK COMMONS
SPRINT PCI FAIR & FLEXIBLE
AMERICA PLAN FOR FAMILIES
Get two lines and share your minutes while
on the Nationwide Sprint PCS Network.
Now get 550 $ 9
yi $59melminutes .9r 9
> No roaming charges. No huge averages.
> Nationwide Long Distance. Every minute.
> Unlimited Night & Weekend Minutes.
3230 S. FLORIDA AVE.
LAKELAND, FL 33803
GIVING OUR LITTLEST PATIENTS
THE BIGGEST CHANCE AT LIFE.
Nothing is more awe-inspiring than the birth of your child. And nothing
more comforting than being surrounded by expert obstetric care. With our
home-like birthing suites, Level II NICU, labor tub and a highly specialized
birthing staff, Lakeland Regional Medical Center delivers much more. We
offer a soothing, yet technologically advanced atmosphere where even
high-risk mothers and preemies can thrive.
It's why more families in Polk County choose to have their little
miracle at LRMC. For information on birthing classes or services, visit us
online at www.LRMC.com. Or for a free physician -JLakeland
referral, call 682-LRMC (5762). --il-cal Celter
CLOSE TO HOME.
FM* hg SF brp0 b M f w( i w mm k.v bamm k -W9*/ k. m y Mw F ., 1
12 THE COURIER MARCH 16,2006
David L. Lariscy, 45, of Plant
City died Feb. 23.
He was preceded in death
by his father Lester "Zeake"
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and a hairdresser.
He is survived by his par-
ents, Stephen and Peggy Dro-
brovic of Plant City; two
sisters, Debbie S. Moore and
Donna R. Andrews, both of
Plant City; an uncle, Norman
Blackmon of Durant; an aunt,
Linda Johnson of Plant City; a
cousin, Judy Block-Anderson
of Plant City; a nephew, two
nieces and cousins.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Freda J. Wilson, 71, of Plant
City died Feb. 19.
She was born in Baltimore
and was an insurance office
She is survived by her
husband, Wayne D.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Anne R. Green Montgom-
ery, 59, died Feb. 19.
She was a lifelong resident
of Plant City and received her
bachelor's degree in elemen-
tary education from the Uni-
versity of South Florida.
She taught at several Hills-
borough County schools,
including Wilson Elementary
School, and was Teacher of
the Year and received the E.L.
Bing award in 1999.
She is survived by three
sons, Jeremiah Hallback II,
Kelly and Williatn; a brother,
Jethro Green of Lakeland;
three sisters, Barbara Jones,
Ethel Fleming and Claudia
Broadnax of Lakeland; and six
Wilson Honors Funeral
Leona M. Holley, 82, of
Dover died Feb. 20.
She was born in Maysville,
N.C., and was a longtime resi-
dent of Dover.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by two sons,
Park T. Jr. of Fort Meade and
Harry 0. of Plant City; a
daughter, Ladene Matelski of
Dover; two brothers, J.D.
Oliver of Virginia and Braxton
Oliver of North Carolina; two
sisters, Helen Freeman of
South Carolina and Greta
Givens of Tennessee; four
grandchildren; and three
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Wilbur H. Colding, 65, of
Lithia died Feb. 20.
He was born in Balm and
was a lifelong resident of Plant
He was a boilermaker for
the Local 433 Boilermakers
He is survived by three sons,
four brothers, four sisters and
Hopewell Funeral Home.
James E. Causey Sr., 81, of
Plant City died Feb. 21.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and a U.S. Army vet-
eran of World War II.
He was an office manager
for a fertilizer company.
He is survived by his wife,
Earline; a son, James E. Jr.; two
daughters, Susan C. Szanyi of
Lakeland and Carol Causey
Simmons of Plant City; a
brother, Paul B.; 10 grandchil-
dren; and six great-grandchil-
Hopewell Funeral Home.
James Barnett, 42, of Plant
City died Feb. 25.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and a heavy equip-
He is survived by three
brothers, Tim of Lakeland,
John of Atlanta and Phillip of
Plant City; a sister, Kitty
Dasher of Plant City; a nephew
and a niece.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Maxine M. Pickrell, 81, of
Plant City died Feb. 25.
She was born in Louisa, Ky.,
and was a homemaker.
She was a member of East
Thonotosassa Baptist Church
and the Truth Seekers Sunday
She is survived by a son,
Ernest W. Jr. of Plant City; a
daughter, Debra Timmerman
of Melbourne; two brothers,
Paul E. Moore of Dayton,
Ohio, and Billy R. Moore of
Tampa; four grandchildren;
and eight great-grandchil-
Wells Memorial Funeral
Willie Bell Watson, 69, of
Plant City died Feb. 24.
She was a lifelong resident
of Plant City.
She is survived by two sons,
Rick Stanaland of Alachua and
Jimmy Stanaland of Plant City;
three daughters, Shirley Hol-
senback and Tammy Stana-
land, both of Plant City, and
Cathy Morris of Dover; three
brothers, Jack Lisenby of Daw-
sonville, Ga., Alton Lisenby of
Plant City and Willie E. Lisenby
of Crestview; two sisters, Inez
Millines and Annie Evans,
both of Plant City; 10 grand-
children; and 11 great-grand-
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Marvin A. Mills, 66, of Lake-
land died Feb. 25.
He was born in Havana and
came here 55 years ago.
He worked in home
construction and was a Bapt-
He is survived by a step-
daughter, Elizabeth Bouden of
Dade City; two brothers,
Dewey Mills and Troy Mills Jr.,
both of Plant City; and a sister,
Mable Molton of Plant City.
Haught Funeral Home.
Ruth Hutto, 86, of Plant City
died Feb. 26.
She was born in Bainbridge,
Ga., and came here from Lake-
land three years ago.
She was a seamstress.
She is survived by a son,
Ronald E. Jr. of Lakeland; three
daughters, Helen Kent of Plant
See DEATHS, Page 16
Adult & Community School
Classes are held Monday thru Thursday
6:20 pm to 9:30 pm
I General EJduc.,,lon Diplom I
High School Credit Courses
(E n I ih S p k r s Other Languages)
English CNA Classes
"Baby Back Ribs" I
1?olX1 ms with coupon
S .'. Woody's
-, ,, _. gBabyback
S" (Limit 2). -
Plant City 203 W. Alexander St. (in front of Kash N' Karry) I'
754-3229 Drive-thru or Pick-up. We Cater. 0067438
- 0001617438-01 .
,. ':, U... ..= --,
* Basic Computer Skills
* Computer Repair
* Cake Decorating
* SAT Reiew
* Digital Photo
* Car Care
* Drawling I & II
* Scrap Booking
* Creative Writing
Call for more details 707-7147 After 1pm Monday-Thursday
1 Raider Place, Plant City, Florida
It's Spring Break!
Do You Know Where Your Friends Are?
Our 11th Annual
Spring Extreme Kids Crusade
"Jesus Take The Wheel!"
with Pastor Greg Davis
Sun. Mar 19th 10:15 am til?
Mon. & Tue. Mar. 20+21 6 8:30p.m.
Wed. Mar 22 7 8:30p.m.
Grand Prize 2 IPOD Shuffles (1st & 2nd Place)
Two Kids with most visitors Gets Em!!
Top 8 kids get a trip to Malibu Grand Prix (Go-Karts Galore),
*25 in real cash and dinner at Red Lobster!
Plant City Church of God
2103 Mud Lake Rd. 813-752-4591
Winter course -:: tering:
The following University of
Christian Training classes will
be offered by First Bapdst
Church, 503 N. Palmer St.
Elijah by Charles Swindoll,
men's study and prayer group
meets Mondays at 7 p.m. at
BuddyFreddy's. Leader: Steve
The Gospel According to
Jesus by John MacArthur,
men's study and prayer group
meets Tuesdays at 7 a.m. at
Fred's Market Restaurant.
Leader: Bill Bender.
Call the church office for
more information, 752-4104.
Hope Lutheran new
The members of Hope
Lutheran Church, 2001 N.
Park Road, have a new Sunday
The new times are: worship
at 8 and 10:30 a.m.; family
Bible hour at 9:15 a.m. Classes
are available for ages 3 through
Lord of Life calendar
The following events are
planned at Lord Of Life Evan-
gelical Lutheran Church, 2104
Mud Lake Road.
As the prelude to Easter
Sunday April 16 there will be
special services on Maundy
Thursday, April 13. and Good
Friday, April 14.
Lord of Life offers a con-
temporary worship service, 8:
30 a.m.; Christian education
hour, 9:30 a.m.; and a
traditional worship service at
Call: 752-6064, weekdays
from 1 to 5 p.m.
Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W, Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages Sundays at
9 a.m.; Sunday worship serv-
ices at 10:15 a.m. and 6 p.m.;
and Wednesday night worship
at 6:15. Activities for children
and students start at 6 p.m.
Divine Family Worship Center
Divine Family Worship Center
offers services Sundays at 11:
15 a.m. at the Comfort Inn,
2003 S. Frontage Road. Call:
Bible study program
The women's ministry of
Bethany Baptist Church offers
a Bible study, "Beloved Disci-
ple: The Life and Ministry of
John," Wednesdays at 9 a.m.
Brunch will be served each
week and child care will be
The church is at 3409 N.
nMARC'jt 3006Ia ;TBGCOURIERBo
Monday- 11:00 AM
March 20th, 2006
. You Can Count On us
S Wells Memria
Funeral HW( m
* The many decisions that must be
made when someone passes away.
The 4 required items of burial.
Veterans "Benefits" --
EXACTLY what the government
does and does not provide.
Pre-Need vs. At Need purchase,
Why you don't want your children
or heirs to make arrangements.
Why insurance should not be used
for purchasing burial needs.
How to transfer your Out-of-State
burial property to Florida.
After Care Services."
Advanced Funeral Planning.
F Syndicated Content'.
Available from Commercial News Providers"
2 ties 2
A ~*i & ~.
Affordable Tutoring Proven Results
2001 N. Park Rd. 000160815901
The Waggoners Trucking-Established 1951
Now Recruiting drivers for our SE Auto Transport Division.
Drivers must have a valid Class A CDL,
1 year and 100K verifiable OTR miles.
Stable work history and clean MVR is a must.
Great Pay, Great Benefits, Matching 401K.
Contact Susan or John at (866) 413-3074 EOE
Enjoy the Cel
V I L*L*A*G E
Polk Parkway at North Harden Blvd.
ebration at Lakeside Village.
Grand Opening activities from 10am to 4pm include:
LIVE MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT
TRAIN RIDES FOR THE KIDS JUGGLERS STILT WALKERS
MAGICIAN BALLOON ARTIST CARICATURE ARTIST
FACE PAINTER HOT WHEEL TRACK CAR SHOW
ORLANDO MAGIC FAN VAN & ORLANDO MAGIC DANCERS
LIVE RADIO REMOTE TILE CRAFT WITH PICASSO'S CUP
A SPECIAL COBB THEATER 10AM SHOWING OF MOUSE HUNT
All fund raising activities to benefit Parker Street Ministries
14 + q!fUBIE 1R AR 16,200e
Mark Filosi _
Try an all natural approach!
We offer hormone testing.
We have a complete line of
replacement hormone therapy.
Come in for a free consultation
with our Pharmacist Mark Filosi.
if Walk-in Clinic
Plant City's New Urgent Care Facility
See a Doctor Now!
No appointment necessary
Accepting most insurances,
Medicare & Medicaid
* Sore Throats / Colds / Flu
. Stitches / Sprains / Strains
* Eye & Ear Infection
- Physical Exams for: Mon.-Fri.
school / work 9am-gpm
DOT / OSHA Sat & Sun
SOccupational Medicine 9am-5pm
& Drug Testing
* On-Site X-ray & Lab
DR. STRAIT V
1009 W. Baker St.
Plant City, FL 33563
Walk-In Clinic Baker
Tomlin Middle School
The following students were named to the
Principal's Honor Roll for the second nine-
week grading period at Tomlin Middle School:
Seventh grade: Brooke Allie, Leemarie
Bocanegra, Kellsey Bruner, Nicholas Bryce,
Jennifer Chen, Analise Coffee, Chelsea Ford-
ham, Chelsea Hanks, Alexandra Hooker, Ste-
phanie Kovacs, Kimberly Labarbera, Lauren
Morris, DeshekPatel, Etee Patel, HiteshiPatel,
Amber Reigottie, Gisele Robello, Lauren
Shelby, Christopher Segale, All Siddiqui, Mat-
thew Singletary, Marcus Svensson, Kathlyn
Vu, Victoria Watkins and Benjamin Willis.
Eighth grade: Marissa Aloyo, Blair Butler,
Robert Carty, Christopher Chen, Briana Cor-
zine, Marquisa Crayton, Keila Gomes, Laura
Gonzalez, Jonathan Hendricks, Cindy Her,
Kyle Joiner, Chyann McFarlane, Ericka
Medina, Amanda Picucci, Ashlyn Robinson,
Ashley Singh, Rebecca Sperry, Constance
Updike, Dustin Vela and Samantha White.
Durant High School
The following students were named to the
Principal's Honor Roll for the second nine-
week grading period at Durant High School:
Grade 9: Mohammed Abdel-Rahim, Jordan
Andrew, Freeman Bass, Emily Bernal, Shelbie
Blakey, Ryan Bolen, Aranya Breaw, Logan
Butler, Ana Camacho, Donald Cameron, Angel
Chavez, Ariel Cotes, Lauren Cox, Anastasia
Dawson, Caitlin Dever, Berenice Flores, Mar-
salis Freeman, Cole Grosvenor, KelseyHorton,
Akshay Ignatius, Robert Jordan, Kimberly
Kelley, Emily Kieffer, Caraden Kivimaki, Beth
Liebespach, Michael Lucas, Robert Lyons, Ste-
phen MacNeil, Shane McDougall, Jordan
McPhee, Kaitlyn Miller, Jane Nappi, Nikole
Nelson, Lindi Oest, Edgar Palomino, Megan
Parsley, Mareena Pazhukayil, Carneshia
Pierce, Byron Randolph, Shawn Reed, Israel
Rivera, Jessica Robinson, Brittney Sanford,
Matthew Schmitt, Gannon Sedlak, Mahaley
Smith, Mia Snyder, Kinsey Sosa, Crystal Tenn,
Trinity Thompson, Shirley Trezevant, James
Vancleve, Mitchell Varnum, Joseph Venoy,
Joshua Wannebo, Kaylynn Whytas, Jessica
Willhite and Paquita Williams.
Grade 10: Nourham Abdel-Rahim, Amanda
Aguilar, Ciera Albright, Alyssa Anzalone,
William Augensen, Daniel Barousse, Chad
Becker, Zachary Blizzard, Rachel Boston,
Kelsey Bowers, Harrison Campo, Garrett
See HONOR, Page 20
Free Shop At
We bill ig the show
IlOoll1 to VOuil
-P to50% 0~r
-! Oiher Pr oducts & Sej"IvCep$!v
l11dsprtends & Cdnliorteib
PabiUrna. Whiadows' & -i:
Al loe...Jusl give us a call.
First Baptist Church
Motivational and inspirational i
', Speaking by Danny Wuerffel
Heisman Trophy Winner
During our worship service
8:15 a.m. & 10:45 a.m.
In 1Io Dann%, V,'uerttel receded the highest
honor bestowed on an\ college football pla'er-
The Heisman Trophy In 1997 he was draoed by
the New Orleans Saints.
Wuerffel s desire is to acknowledge God in all his
ways in his marriage in his family, in football
* in whatever he is doing!
I -3223 N
A A, -I
The UPS Store
117 W. Alexander Street
l '->)ii rw r.:. u rir .i"
Packing & Shipping Freight Services
Copies Digital Printing Business Services
iNotary Shredding Mailbox Services
Fax Service Moving Supplies
Passport Photos Computer Time Rental
We Ship Strawberries!
. Gallagher Road
SC H OO .LS
MARCH 16,2006 THE COURIER 15
Furniture Gca Terie)s, uc CLUU CI a
dm5(Dwoa U9 cdo OLD3
ORO as shown
If anyone deserves it, you do.
PN MOEYDON N STRET FR 4 ONHS
Sims Furniture Galleries, LLC
1505 West Jefferson Brooksville
Sims Furniture Galleries, LLC
4320 US Hwy. 98 North Lakeland
Bass& ..r.IhI ..Br hill .-d-,p. d ..o. OPEN: MON.
ns Furniture Galleries, LLC Sims Furniture Galleries, LLC Sims Furniture Galleries, LLC Bassett Si
Lecanto 352-726-8282 Hudson 727-861-2589 Leesburg 352-323-1736 Lakelanh
ssett Sims Furniture, LLC Sims Furniture Galleries, LLC Sims Furniture Galleries, LLC Sims Furni
Ocala 352-401-0477 Ocala 352-291-2563 Brooksville 352-796-5450 Clermon
*With approved credit 24 equal monthly payments. $1500 minimum purchase. Not responsible for typographical errors. See store for details.
Fnr~utre .Go erdes Lc
-SAT. 10AM-6PM; SUNDAY 12PM-5PM AlpI,
ms Furniture, LLC M ',
id 863-815-4400 VIS.
iture Galleries, LLC
- I Tlv
- -r -.
iU@b ---x-7 g
s T;if: 7,
16 THE COURIER MARCH 16, 2006
Continued From Page 12
City, Shelba Sapp of Mulberry
and Odalene Golden of Ludo-
wici, Ga.; 12 grandchildren; 36
great-grandchildren; and a
Wells Memorial Funeral
John T. Estes, 84, of Plant
City died Feb. 28.
He was born in Dexter, Ga.,
and came here as a child.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II and attended
Westside Baptist Church.
He was employed with
phosphate mines and was a
He is survived by a daughter,
Jo Ann Boothe of Plant City; a
brother, Jim F. of Rentz, Ga.;
two grandchildren; and three
Haught Funeral Home.
Thomas C. Bryan, 60, of
Lithia died March 1.
He was born in Portsmouth,
N.H., and was a longtime resi-
dent of Plant City.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
of the Vietnam War and
worked in the community
service office of the Hills-
borough County Sheriffs
He is survived by his wife,
Donna; a son. Steven NI.; a
daughter, Dan N MI. Tortora:
his mother. Edith: a brother.
lack; and trvo sisters Judy
Fracher and Carol McCoinb.
\Vells Memorial Funeral
Teddy F. Ottenwess, 56, of
Plant City died March 2.
He was born in Flint, Mich.,
and came here from Flint in
He was a truck driver.
He is survived by a son, Jon
of Massachusetts; a daughter,
Jessica of Massachusetts; a
brother, David of Michigan;
three sisters, Louise "Wezzie"
and Ann Black, both of
Michigan, and Mary Martin of
Wells Memorial Funeral
Tullue D. Rvals, 93, of Plant
City died March 2.
She was born in Jones, Ga.,
and was a longtime resident of
She is survived by three
sons, Kenneth of Brunswick,
Ga., Scooter of Riverview and
Eugene of Plant City; two
daughters, Leona Simmons
and Juanita Williams, both of
Plant City; 16 grandchildren;
24 great-grandchildren; and
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Laura L. Terry, 61, of Plant
City died March 2.
She was born in Clewiston
and \\as a longtime resident ol
She wa- a secretary for a lawv
She is sunrited bv her
husband, lames:; our son-s,
Zachary .dams, lason Adamn,,
Jamie and Richard; six daugh-
ters, Tammy Morrison, Debbie
Adams, Ruth Witter, Rogera
Turner, Melissa and Shelly;
three sisters, Tyra Cochran,
Rose Marie Bonnell and Terry
Snyder; and eight grandchil-
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Hilton G. "Jerry" Watkins
Jr., 69, of Dover died March 2.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and was an
inspector for the Department
of Transportation for 39 years.
He attended First Baptist
Church of Dover.
He is survived by his wife,
Carol; t\vo sons, Michael of
Dover and Terry of Bonifay: a
daughter, Lisa Barber of
Dover; a brother, Kenneth of
Plant City; rtvo sisters, Doro-
thy Richie of Monrie, N.C.,
and Sharon Bush of Bonifay:
and six grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.
Harry B. Hull Sr., 79, of Plant
City died March 3.
He was born in Tampa and
was a lifelong resident of Plant
He was a U.S. Armyw veteran
of World War II and was a
pipefitter for Tampa Ship for
He is tturvived by his \\ife.
Thelma; two sons, Harry B. Jr.
of Dover and Robert L. Griffin
of Plant City: two daughters,
Deborah Eicheldinger of
Auburndale and Glynette
Monroe of Lakeland; a brothel,
John W. of Dover; a sister,
Mary Tinnin of Nashville,
Tenn.; 12 grandchildren; and
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Russell Herring, 82, of Plant
City died March 4.
He was born in Jennings
and came here from Hamilton
County in 1930.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
of World War II, serving in the
He was president of Asgrow
Florida Co., retiring after 38
He attended First Baptist
Church of Plant City.
He is survived by his wife,
Bertie; a sister, Allene Cam-
eron; and a brother, Kenneth
Wells Memorial Funeral
Charles E. Eldridge Sr., 63,
of Douglas, Ga., died March 5.
He was born in Mountrie,
Ga.. and was a truck driver.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
and a member of the Masons
He is survived by his wife,
Y\onne: a son, Charles R. of
Douglas: two daughters,
Debra K. Park of Douglas and
Kellie L. Vail of Plant City; his
mother, Elizabeth G. Webster
of Douglas; three brothers,
Don, Clyde and Jerry, all of
Douglas; t-o sisters. Jeanette
Adams of Alabama and Irelle
Houston of AIugusta, Ga.: and
Ricketson Funeral Home.
Carolyn E. Alderman, 73, of
Plant City died March 5.
Sbe was born in Rob-
ertsdale, Ala., and was a
She attended Springhead
United Methodist Church.
She is survived by her
husband, Floyd K.; two sons,
Doug F. and Steven K., both of
Plant City; a daughter, Susan
A. Hall of Plant City; two
brothers, Sidney Tweady and
Earl Tweady; four sisters, Lela
Barber, Eunice Pegg, Zelma
Winn and Paula Wiles; six
grandchildren; and four great-
Wells Memorial Funeral
Ida I. Clayton, 86, of Plant
City died March 5.
She was born in Greenville
and was a longtime resident of
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by a son, Leo
B. of Seffner; a daughter, Judy
Donn of Plant City; a sister,
Louise Griffin of Plant City;
and two grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
James E. Bledsoe, 88, of
Dover died March 6.
He was a lifelong resident of
Dover and a railroad engi-
He is surxived b\ three
daughter., Betty Couwart ot
Seffner., Kath\ Allen of Deltona
and lackie Bovette of Dover:
six grandchildren: and five
Hopewvell Funeral Home.
Come Taste Our
FULL SERVICE & PATIO DINING TAKE-OLUT
CALl. AHEAD DRIIVE-THRU WINDOW
Hours: Tues-Sat. 11am to 8:30pm
Sun. & Mon. Closed
Alexander St. and Dr. MLK Blvd, Plant Crty 1.4 E'i 21 (Aleander St.) South one mile
2 006ST RAWBERRY FESTIVAL
Strawberry Festival Winners Announced
MARCH 16, 2006 THE COURIER *17
IN EVENTS, CONTESTS
From the grand parade to the shoe-
box float contest, there were thou-
sands of participants in events and
contests at this year's Florida Straw-
Perhaps the biggest in sheer num-
bers was the the 2006 Florida Straw-
berry Festival Grand Parade. It drew
more than 75,000 people to the streets
of Plant City March 6. The parade fea-
tured floats from merchants, as well as
high school marching bands and
The parade winners were:
commercial float division: first place,
AmSouth Bank; second place, Tampa
Electric Co.; third place, Kash n' Karry.
Outstanding civic/church float
division: first place, Countryside Bapt-
ist Church; second place, Jubal A.
Early, Sons of Confederate Veterans;
third place, Senior Elite Women's
Outstanding visiting city, county
or festival float: first place, city of New
Port Richey; second place, city of
Best marching/special feature
unit: first place, Durant High School
JROTC/color guard; second place,
Mulberry High School JROTC; third
place, Kathleen High School JROTC.
Outstanding mounted group divi-
sion: First place, Tripple Riding Club.
The competition for the Neighbor-
hood Village was sponsored by .the
Hillsborough County Association for
Family & Community Education.
The competition was open to all
Hillsborough County residents, age 18
and older. Entries were received in
needlework, knitting and crocheting,
heritage arts and genealogy, sewing,
toys, pictures,:- food preservation,
baking and cake decorating.
The winners were:
Needlework: Yvonne Bletins, Betty
Bules, Sharon Covert, Theresa Egbert,
ludy Johnson,- Grace Moore. Lynda
Morgan. Imogene Roberts, Bonnie
Towne, Mary Turner, Olive Vincent
and Sherri Vollick.
Knitting and crocheting: Cynthia
Alicea, Janet Beach, Phyliss Bradbury,
Dori Burns, Betty Bules, Estelle Casey,
Paulette Coniglio, Cris Ericson, Gloria
Fisher, Juanita Gardner, Pauline
Harris, Alberta Hood, Janis Johnson,
Barbara Lashbrook, Helen Montgom-
ery, Rosetta Mohuysen, Lil Nichols,
Carolyn Scott, Mary Seibert, Olive Vin-.
cent and Gladys Vollick.
Heritage arts and genealogy:
Carrie Bernal, Marvin Bruha, Dottie
Davis, Reba DePoyster, Cris Ericson,
Bryan Johnson, Marjorie Maeske,
Donna Trormmater and Denise
1, schmoozing "
took the Most
award. She is
of Teresa and "'
2006 DAVE BUVENS. All rights reseed.
Gisselle Gutierrez, daughter of Dora Gutierrez, won the Best Costume contest
for 1-year-olds in the Baby Parade.
Sewing: Peggy Buti, Amelia Cat-
adlo, Ann Copeland, Reba DePoyster,
Sue Ellis, Jean Gentry, Elaine Gordon,
ludy Herbert, Claudia Ingram, Joahne
Lima, Judy Lowery, Clara Pearson.
Ingrid Pearson, Lois Reichard, Jill
Scott, Delmer Wagner, Ingrid VWirebjer
and Dixie Youmans.
*Toys: Amelia Durant, Chris Ericson,
Mary Graham, Donna Groom, Edith
Jones, Sandi Mann,. Millie Rodrigues
and John Tempest.
Pictures: Roger Bathurst, Helen
Carson, Allison Elrod. Dee Emiro, Suz-
anne loaquin, Mary Liewert, Judy
Lowery. \'erna NMcKelvin, Estelle
Rowell, Mary Seibert. Greta Slagle and
Food preservation: James Block,
Sandy Brock, Annalise Gerbasi, Liz
Miller, Sheri Rax, Hettie Sawyer, Robin
Spires, Melody Townsend and Sherri
Baking: NancyBurke, Suzi Cannon,
Sharon Cardenell, Vicki Carpenter,
Karen Ciganik, Susan Gales, Maria
Gass, DeeDee Grooms, Joyce Hutto,
Barbara Parrish, Leah Relyea, Myrna
Starr, Steven Sutton, Gladys Vollick,
Majorie Wimsott and Richard Zeiner.
Cake decorating: Laurie Cinelli,
Beth Corson, Christianne Coulter,
Pam Dapson, Marilyn Diaz, Janine
Esler, Jaclynn Frey, Jeff Frey, Kelli Frey,
Linda Frey, Joanne Lima, Maggie
Maliga and Christy Watt.
Shoebox float contest
Hillsborough County students in
grades one through six had the chance
to show off their creative skills by
designing their own minifloat for the
Florida Strawberry Festival's Shoebox
The winners were:
Grades 1-2: first place, Mavric Grif-
fin; second place, Celest Weaver; third
place, Jacob Garrison.
Grades 3-4: first place, Alicia Linzy;
second place, Michael Garrison; third
place, Carly Knox.
*Grade 5-6: first place, RileyAndreu;
second place, Dustin Lawson; third
place, Haley Ours.
Strawberry art show
Best of Show: Cheryl Jorgensen.
Strawberry Theme winner: Kathy
Division A, adult miniatures: first
place, Yvonne Chrissey; second place,
Kim Miller; third place, Charlene Earl.
Division B, adult sculpture: first
place, Susan O'Hara; second place,
Kevin Smith; third place, Florence
Smith; fourth place, Betty Jones.
Division C, adult professional oil/
acrylic: first place, Tatyana Hankin-
son; second place, Jossie Azorin; third
place, Jim Lemieux; fourth place,
Division D, adult professional
watercolors: first place, Cheryl Jorgen-
son; second place, Marsha Nelson;
third place, Lois Staller; fourth place,
Division E, adult professional,
graphic/mixed media: first place,
Eileen McHargue; second place, Jim
Lemieux; third place, Georgina More;
fourth place, Joyce Bugaiski.
Division F, adult amateur, oils/
acrylics: first place, LouAnn Watson;
second place, Susan Barie; third place,
Dorothy Riley; fourth place, Paula
Division G, adult amateur, water-
color: first place, Linda Diecidue;
second place, Kathy Durdin; third
place, Marilyn Fitzgerald; fourth place,
Division H, adult amateur,
graphics/mixed media: first place,
Kathy Durdin; second place, Phyllis
Westlake; third place, Dee Youmans;
fourth place, Reba Holden.
*Division J, ages 14 to 17, all medi-
ums: first place, Christina Brenia;
second place, Amanda Parke; third
place, Mariel Salisbury; fourth place,
Division L, ages 12 to 14, all medi-
ums: first place, Rachel Jenkins;
second place, Sara Kennon; third
place, Shannon Cunningham; fourth
place, Patrick Doyen.
Division M, ages 9 to 12, all medi-
ums: first place, Alexander Fernandez;
second place, Tiffany Sardina; third
place, Reuchel Peterson; fourth place,
Division N, ages 6 to 8, all medi-
ums: first place, Cheyenne Hargartner;
second place, E.J. Dossin; third place,
Daniel Gallagher; fourth place, Callan
*Division 0, ages 6 to 14, sculpture:
first place, Susan McDowell; second
place, Amanda Anderson; third place,
Reuchel Peterson; fourth place, Clare
The FFA is a student organization
providing education in agribusiness
The FFA exhibits were judged March
2 at the Florida Strawberry Festival.
The winners were:
First place, East Bay FFA, $1,000
and rosette; second place, Plant City
FFA, $900 and rosette; third place,
Armwood FFA, $800 and rosette;
fourth place, Marshall FFA, $700 and
rosette; fifth place, Brandon FFA, $650
and rosette; sixth place Turkey Creek
FFA, $650 and rosette; seventh place,
Tomlin FFA, $650 and rosette; eighth
place, Durant FFA, $650 and rosette.
The 33rd annual Florida Strawberry
Festival Youth Parade was March 4.
See FESTIVAL, Page 18
18 THE COURIEK4 MARCH 16, 2006 -
2D06 STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL
Judges look on during the 0-
Livestock Contestant 1i
Judging Contest at the
TECO Livestock Arena
March 10. Livestock judges
rate cattle and submit :
written evaluations. Each is
tallied and a winner is" .
determined. Below, Jacie "
Crabb, 2, won the Most .
Beautiful award in her age
category at the March 12
Florida Strawberry Festival .
Baby Parade. She is the -
daughter of Jerry and .i
Susie Crabb. -
UUo U.AVL Ui n Nr. u rights
Continued From Page 17
The winners were:
Band: first place, Eisenhower
Middle School; second place, Burns
Middle School; third place, Marshall
Church float: first place, EPC
Learning Center; second place, Coun-
tryside Baptist, Dover; third place,
Lord of Life Lutheran Church.
Club float: first place, J.S. Robin-
son Elementary; second place, Bryan
Elementary PTFA; third place, Dover
Elementary Fitness Center.
Marching unit: first place, Let's
Twirl; second place, Hillsborough
County Twirletts; third place, Jackie's
Dance Theatre Clogging & Gym.
The Florida Strawberry Festival has
a photography contest every year for
amateur photographers from Hills-
borough, Polk and Pasco counties and
The winners were:
Black and white
Best of Show: Sinclair Bishop.
Animals: first place, Tina Taylor;
second place, Anne St. Charles; merit,
Elizabeth Register and Kelly Watson.
Humans: first place, Connie
Dossin; second place, Linda Fox-
Goins; merit, Pat Adams and Christy
Places: first place, Colin Parker;
second place, Jarrod Eubanks; merit,
Angela Michael and Anne St. Charles.
Plants: first place, Michael Owen;
second place, Jarrod Eubanks; merit,
Walt Hampe Jr. and Anne St. Charles.
Theme: first place, Janet Harris;
second place, Jarrod Eubanks.
Miscellaneous: first place, Tina
Taylor; second place, Janet Harris;
merit: Jarrod Eubanks and Anne St.
Best of Show: Cheryl Sackett.
Animals: first place, Stephan
Hodges; second place, Bill Munsey;
merit, Jayme Fisher and Diane Zac-
Humans: first place, Joy Burnett,
second place, Karen Odell; merit, Jar-
rod Eubanks and Bill Munsey.
Places: first place, Stephanie Hess;
second place, Nita Tillis; merit, Jarrod
2UUO JLAVVIV., flU ItJlNS. lAUL I igLht sresVU.
The Ferris wheel at the western end of
the midway was a popular attraction
at the festival.
Eubanks and Katrina Weaver.
Plants: first place, Tonya Weeks;
second place, Austin Weeks; merit,
Stephanie Medley and Maria Parker.
Theme: first place, Stephanie Med-
ley; second place, Dixie Gillman; merit,
Elizabeth.Register and Tonya Weeks.
Miscellaneous: first place, Walt
Hampe Jr., second place, Angela
Michael; merit, Jarrod Eubanks and
Best of Show: Anne St. Charles.
Animals: first place, Bill Munsey;
second place, Jarrod Eubanks; merit,
Carter Akers and Eileen Akers.
Humans: first place, Les Criscillo;
second place, Jessica Coutier; merit,
Laurie Bonner and Stephen Mann.
Places: first place, Les Criscillo;
second place, Janet Harris; merit Lau-
rie Bonner and Josh Sackett.
Plants: first place, Nick Chapman;
second place, Paul Rich; merit, Bill
Munsey and Ginny Stewart.
Theme: first place, Charleene Clos-
shey; second place Bill Munsey; merit,
The Plant City Garden Club Horti-
culture Show was open to adult and
youth amateur growers in Hills-
The winners were:
Best in Show: Lisa Strange.
Sweepstakes: Jan Griffin.
Cactus: Jan Griffin.
African violet: Rose Taylor.
Bromeliad: Jan Griffin.
Succulent: Liz Miller.
Dish garden: Jan Griffin.
Hanging basket: Mark Headley.
Awards of merit: Mark Headley
(three), Liz Miller and Imogene Rob-
Best in Show: Jared Upthegrove.
Sweepstakes: Eli Martin.
Cactus: Brandon Hastings.
Dish garden: Dominique Cook.
Succulent: Eli Martin.
Awards of merit: Eli Martin, Tricia
Easter and Evan Jones.
Best in Show: Garrett Dereus.
Sweepstakes: Garrett Dereus.
Cactus: Garrett Dereus.
Awards of merit: Garrett Dereus
Youth plant show
The Florida Strawberry Festival
Youth Plant Show is designed to
encourage the production of high
quality plant material and to reward
junior growers for their efforts.
The winners were:
# Grand champion: Staci Clark,
Durant FFA, $75, plaque and rosette;
reserve grand champion, Eric Davis,
Durant FFA, $35, plaque and rosette.
# Woody ornamentals: champion,
Lauren Laffer, Freedom FFA, $25 and
Foliage plants: champion, Kelsey
Kosik, Freedom FFA, $25 and rosette.
Hanging planters: champion, Kel-
sey Brown, Adventures 4H, $25 and
Miscellaneous plants: champion,
Lonnie Coston, Plant City Sr. FFA, $25
2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
Regan Esler, 1, won the Most Creative
Float award at the March 12 Florida
Strawberry Festival Baby Parade. She is
the daughter of Janine and Steve Esler.
Liners: champion, Tony Gordon,
East Bay Sr. FFA, $25 and rosette.
Awards of distinction: Phillip Far-
ris, East Bay Sr. FFA; Billy Cole, East
Bay Jr. FFA; Amanda Harrell, Durant
FFA; David Rodriguez, Freedom FFA;
and Lisa Williams, Plant City FFA; $20
Youth poultry show
The Youth Poultry Show was March
The winners were:
Grand champion fancy and over-
all champion: Kyle Yerdon.
Reserve champion commercial:
Reserve Champion Overall &
Grand Commercial: Alexander Fer-
Reserve champion fancy: Anna
The following premiums were also
$7 premiums: Jacob Burnette,
Haley Clendening, Brittany Coleman,
George Coleman, Jesse Coleman,
Dusty Cook, Carson Corbett, Katey
Corbett, Amy Doyen, Alexander Fer-
nandez, Nicholas Fernandez, Jacob
Garrison, Michael Garrison, Charissa
Goosey, Christina Goosey, Cassidy
Hasting, Darby Hasting, Colleen Hill-
yard, Anna Hoffmann, Carissa Hoff-
mann, Kara Hoffmann, Melody
Hoffmann, Amy Hunt, Lindsey Lay-
cock, Dylan Myrick, Marissa Navarro,
Travis Nowlin, Tiffany Parish, Yancey
Ray, Aaron Schineller, Lisa Shumac,
Tim Taylor, Jonathan Upthegrove,
Joshua Upthegrove, Joseph Upthe-
grove, Christopher Watson, Holly
Whetsell, Leanne Wilder and Kyle
$6 premiums: Jacob Burnette,
Adrian Davis, Alexander Fernandez,
Nicholas Fernandez, Jacob Garrison,
Michael Garrison, Colleen Hillyard,
Carissa Hoffmann, Kara Hoffmann,
Melody Hoffmann, Clay Joyner, Tif-
fany Parish, Sherrie Satmary, Aaron
Schineller, Joshua Upthegrove, Chris-
topher Watson and Daniel Wilder.
$5 premiums: Zachery Burke,
Jacob Burnette, Dusty Cook, Alexander
Fernandez, Michael Garrison, Cassidy
Hasting, Clay Joyner, Lindsey Laycock,
Brittany Mackey, Travis Nowlin, Paul
Rife, Kalyn Szwast, Jared Upthegrove,
Jonathan Upthegrove, Joseph Upthe-
grove and Christopher Watson.
2006 STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL
Swine Time Flew For Competitors
PIGS TODAY, PORK
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Raising pigs for competi-
tion in the 2006 Florida Straw-
berry Festival takes less than
six months, but lessons
learned can last for a lifetime.
More than 500 members of
the FFA, and other youth agri-
cultural organizations, hailing
from 40 different Hillsborough
County schools are participat-
ing this year in a dozen agri-
cultural and horticultural
events at the festival.
One of the first events on
the program was the swine
show, March 2, that pitted
young competitors in grades
three through 12 who have
spent about six months rais-
ing piglets for show.
Sharing the experience
were .two eighth-grade stu-
dents from Bob Martinez
Middle School in Carrollwood,
Kevin Klebeck and Shannon
Ogborn, and 2006 Florida
Strawberry Festival Queen
Hanna Hodge, a senior at
Durant High School.
While none of the three-
some placed well in their
respective classes. of show-
manship competition, they all
felt the experience of compet-
ing was well worth the effort.
Jim Jeffries, the Hills-
borough County supervisor of
agriculture sciences, said the
swine show sale; March 3,
produced the largest total
sales for that event in festival
"The total was just over
$100,000," Jeffries said. "That
was an average of $5.90 per
pound." Also a record amount.
Jeffries said Hodge's swine
was purchased for just under
the $10 per pound sale price
that went to the handler of the
grand champion swine.
"I was only in the sale ring
for about 20 seconds when the
$5.90 bid was made by a
representative from Gulf
Coast Turf and Tractor,"
Hodge said. "I was really
appreciative of their support."
Money made from the sale
is used by the competitors to
advance their participation in
other agricultural projects
and to pay for schooling
Strawberry festival queens
and court members who com-
pete in the swine and steer
sales are usually supported
"Erica Der, Shannon Davis
(former Strawberry Queens),
Megan Shelley (a current
court member) and many
other pageant competitors are
past 4-H and FFA members,"
Hodge said. "It is a good way
to learn life skills. The support
you receive from others stu-
dents and adults involved in
all the programs helps to elim-
inate shyness. We all learn
public speaking and partici-
pate in competitive activities.
These skills all can be used to
better us individually."
Klebeck, 14, and his 6-
month-old, 285-pound porker
named Daisy, have worked
,L- vr ;-*
GEORGE i-i. NE!nINN 'Staft phoL'.
FFA member Kevin Klebeck, an eighth-grader at Bob Martinet
Middle School in Carrollwood, competed for a showmanship
award at the 2006 Florida Strawberry Festival in Plant City
together since last August,
getting ready for the festival
"Pigs are relatively smart for
a farm animal," Klebeck said.
"With training, they are easier
to handle than a steer. They
might respond to a word or
two, if you spend enough time
with them. But they still have
a mind of their own."
While steers are shown in
competition with a bridle and
a stick, and a lot of pushing
and shoving used to control
movement, swine are encour-
aged to roam freely about the
showing pen with the handler
spurring them on with a walk-
ing cane or a leather strap.
"Pigs just need to keep
moving during the competi-
tion," Klebeck said. "You don't
want to lose contact with
them. They shouldn't just run
away from the handler. And
you don't want them to lie
down. My goal out there is to
stay in control and win."
Klebeck said he spent about
one hour, twice each week
maR,. 's A ,lmra iss i aMlII
walking Daisy. Of course there
is much more to raising a pig
than taking it for a walk, he
said. Feeding, grooming, giv-
ing it medication and shots
when needed are also just a
tip of the iceberg in a compet-
Ogborn, like Klebeck, is in
her first year of FFA competi-
tion. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio,
Ogborn, 14, moved to Carrol-
twood with her family when
she was 2.
Unlike her classmate,
Ogborn did not name her pig.
"I didn't name it because I
didn't want to become too
attached to the animal," she
The pig, a 6-month old,
253-pound gilt (a young
female swine), will be pork
chops before this story even
goes to press.
"Our teachers told us early
on that once the competition
and sale is over, the pigs will
be taken, to the slaughter
house," she said. "I'm OK with
that. But I don't like to eat
Shannon Ogborn, 14, an eighth-grader at Martinez Middle
School, wearing number 28, did not win in the showmanship
competition, but was pleased with the experience she gained at
the festival. -
Hanna Hodge, the 2006
Florida Strawberry Festival
Queen, and a member of
the FFA at Durant High
School, competed but did
not place in the showmanship
Ogbprn's pig, as well as.
Daisy and the rest, are fed
high protein grower's food
pellets that help de\ elop good
muscle on the animal.
Ogborn said the judges are-
n't necessarily looking for a
large pig when it comes to the
grand champion. Length is
often what counts, she said.
That way, professional stock
producers can round the
animal out with the proper
mix of muscle and fat.
Ogborn's pig, although alert
and energetic while in the
holding pen prior to competi-
tion, lost interest during the
show and chose to lie down.
But, the competition is not
ruined by the judge's scote.
"The real reward is not
about winning or losing,"
Ogborn said. "More important
is what the students learn
along the way."
Ogborn mentioned leader-
ship skills, responsibility and
learning the skills of a care-
taker as the important things
to take away from the experi-
"Working closely with
adults in the program, we
learn that in order to succeed
you have to be courteous,
thoughtful and polite," she
Bad habits and poor beha-
vior are penalized in the FFA
program, she said, as well as
"I think I will stay in the FFA
program when I move on to
Sickles High," she said.
"Maybe next year, with this
experience behind me, I will
do better than I did today."
Derek Barber, the agricul-
ture science teacher at Bob
Martinez Middle School, said
interest and participation in
agriculture in the Carrollwood
school is strong.
"The Lutz area has a history
of agricultural ties," Barber
said. "Not too long ago this
whole area was made up of
farms, ranches and rural
Barber was born in Miami,
raised in north Georgia, and
educated in agriculture sci-
ences and education at the
University of Florida. He
received a master's degree
there in 1998. Barber taught
agriculture sciences at Coral
Reef High School in Miami,
until 2002 whenhe transferred
See SWINE, Page 22
The Mlarch : Siwinef
Show and Sale aIt he HFor-
ida Strawbeirr Festival
drew 69 sw-ine. The fol-
lowing awards are
received by winners in
each class: first place. $20
and a ribbon; second
place, $17 and a ribbon:
third place. $15 and a
ribbon; fourth place. $12
and a ribbon; and fifth
through remaining places
in each class. $10 and a
The following are the
winners of each clas-.:
David \,'alden of Turkey
(Creek FFA whose swvine
weighed in at 263 pounds.
He received $101. a
trophy and rosette.
New some of Hillsborough
County FFA Federatiuon.
whose swine weighed in
at 256 pounds. She
received $50. a trophy and
First place. Autriin
Christie: second place.
Knsten Bas': third place.
Kayla Hagin; fourth place,
Dalhon Dry; fifth place,
David Miangrum;: sLxth
place. Aaron Kent; sev-
enth place, Richard
4 First place. leffre'
Hall: second place. Andrea
BuIti. third place, Login
'Shirle.\: fnurrrh place. Bla.
kele\ Phillip-. filth place.
Kari-_a Flowers: st_-Ji
place, Megarn Nichols:
seventh pla'e Christina
First place. Blake Har-
rell: second place. Chris-
tina McHenry: third place,
Lauren Cox; fourth place.
Macaley Barrow: fifth
place, Megan Young- sixth
place. Sarah Hardey: sev-
enth place. Raynor Cham-
.* Firnt place. Shawna
Newsome; second place.
Caleb lordan; third place.
Tiftin Lawson: fourth
place, Megan Still: fifth
place, Stan Witchaskey:
sL\Lh place. Matt Simon,;
seventh place, Shannon
Ogborn; eighth place.
First place, Tralis
Swim: second place,
Ethan Sistrunk; third
place, Marki Peters; fourth
See WINNERS, Page 22
MAftQH 16,20Art Ti4E,
.20 j-is CQU 1 Ic. '
Grand Parade Day Baby
In what it hopes to make an annual
event. South Florida Baptist Hospital
named Genesis Smith its Florida
Strawberry Festival Grand Parade Day
Baby. Smith was the first baby born at
the hospital March 6, the day of the
parade. Her mom is Melissa Nieves.
She was one of nine infants born that
day at the hospital, a record for one
day at South Florida Baptist. The
hospital gave mother and daughter
receiving blankets, baby outfits, a
baby bottle set with cleaning brushes,
a baby bib set, a bed and bath gift set,
a strawberry outfit, a baby medical
kit, a CD with lullabies, sippy cups,
teething baby key ring, a finger print
kit, strawberry-scented bath and
body gift set for mom and a laundry '..
Photo courtesy of South Florida Baptist Hospital
Continued From Page 14
Crawford, Sara Demuth, Zachary
Dever, Kaylee Doback, Valeska
Fernandez, Jeremy FusseJl, Ruben
Gonzalez, Jennifer Gray, Daniel
Guillen, Marcus Halbert, Paul
Haynes, Samantha Hensley, Tracey
Herbert, Nathan Holcombe, Britton
Kasey Johnson, Kristen Jones, Ste-
phanie Kuczynski, Heather Leath-,
ers, Angela Lor, Mark Mangen, Amy
Marsh, Sandra Martin, Sara Melen-
dez, Kelly Mena, Jane Mitchell,
Dawn Moody, Daniel Morales,
Frank Muir, Julice Ogando, Zachary
Oranje, Khalid Pagan, Chelsea
Peter, Christopher Plante, Amanda
.Kai.' al: Suzanne Rawlins, Lilia
Rivera, Leo Rossiter, Joshua Royse,
Josefa Salmeron, Nicole Schoen,
Marshal Sewell, Brooke Shidler-
Lattz, Diana Silverio, Grant Size-
SATURDAY, MARCH 18
McCall Park. historic downtown
Plant City. Use 1-4 exits 19. 21 or 22.
For information, call 813-754-3707 or
Downtown shops and restaurants
Free registration and admission
* 400-600 vehicles
* '81 and older cars and trucks
* Antiques, hot rods, customs and classics
o Music by DJ Allan Page
, Performances by the Vocalist Tyler Dickerson at 6 and 7 p.m.
* Vendors and crafters
* Great family event
Rev. & Mrs. Daniel Braddock's
10th anniversary as pastor of
l'TPTcT A qqiWF T V fIV I
i' .IJ ei. .6
nday, March 19, 2006
rlie Griffin Road, Plant City
ay Morning at 10:30 AM and
tnday Evening at 6:00 PM
t Minkigi' .'e. D.J Burcli
sf Inm ers -.unslate (Quarler
i ifj.- II. ,; '16.i l p 1i1l l,,11 ii,c l .iniig service.
Sp,.. .. Il. I !, i l- fu.. 1 irod ,....FuD .:' Vices.
i .,r-.. I.:, n i i.. r. ,r i.J.i rul ,1 ., .I ,r- ir.j yellow ship.
\\ i...I,. n .,.itrd lo rEeiIt f lo' n t ihi'. PE( I LL DAY!
i i .., ,i ii.. r ..ri .u call
,'hurdl, ,., 'i.. i "" -.":.:',
NjUCK P OSMC-
LIFE. PRINTED DAILY. 0
The City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department
and the Humane Society of Tampa Bay present
Saturday, March 18
8:30 a.m. 1 p.m.
Al Lopez Park
4810 N. Himes Avenue
Join us for Tampa's biggest fundraising pooch party to
benefit the animals at the Humane Society of Tampa Bay.
8.30 a m Registration and complimentary breakfast provided by Sweet Tomatoes and Krispy Kreme
10 a.m. One mile Walk for the Animals, 19th annual fundraising walk to benefit the Humane Society of Tampa Bay.
Bring the entire family including your four-legged friends. Enjoy the pet contests dog/owner look-alike,
best costume, silly pet tricks plus, doggie arts and crafts, demonstrations, vendors and awards!
Rain or shine it will be a howling good time.
For more information or a registration form, call the Humane Society of Tampa Bay at 876-4150.
TAMPA Sweet +tomAoesi.(j AW
TRIBUNE salads. soups, bakery Soft and Contemporary
LIFE PRINTED DAILY.
On Fr. April 7 & Sal. April 8...
+ Spectacular NigLht Airshoow
+ Tie "Over 55 Rand" Swing Dance
Expanded NASA L AlbH
14 Spam eSRwUle C1- J~uk. I & Robr ipe
...; ." /. .;^ .^, .r~ ^ ..- t- ..: -' .* ..-.... a**^ ^- -I i: :, ..*'Ji.-l
4175 Medulla Road. La.kelaId + ww.sun-n--fnor
ononif nig -n
2290 Hwy. 92, East Plant City, FL 33566
has closed Thank you
for your years of trust &
friendship. Contact us at
with a letter to the above address.
Messages left on 813-752-4505
will be checked weekly.
4pa 4-10 20
!11 I! ?~a~p
more, Samantha Tarzian, Nikaylea
Thomas, Chelsea Tolar, Brooke Van
Aman, Eric Vanwiltenburg, Cynthia
White, Kate Williamson, Michael
Wilson, Christopher Witherington
and Casey Zimmerman,
Grade 11: Krystin Baute, Jessica
Beviin, Christina Boswell, lan
Brooke, Shannon Brown, Alejandra
Campos, Nicole Carnahan, Kevin
Carney, Candace Compton, Ryan
Diguglielmo, Iliana Figueroa, Jef-
frey Freeman, Robert Hannon,
Derek Harvey, Julian Hook, Camille
Jacobs, Jessica Johnson, jack Kaler,
Skylar LaRussa, Jerry Lor, Tom Lor,
Darren Martin, Kayla Minton,
Joseph Moore, Alex Nappi, David
Nickeson, Alison O'Connell, Che-
rith Pass, Gabriella Paulino, Clint
Randolph, Amanda Rodriguez, Elis-
abeth Schwob, Jonathan Shaffer,
Saima Siddiqi, Christopher Smith,
Carissa Snay, Kasey Sogan, Mark
Stutzman, Bradley Thomas, Jona-
than Weaver and Michelle Weedon.
, -'. Irl ,w., 7-p p
Continued From Page 5
Main St. Stories, finger plays
and songs make up the 30-
minute program. Call: 987-
Trinity United Methodist
Church, 402 W. English St.,
plans a spaghetti supper
March 24 from 4:30 to 7 p.m.
in the Fellowship Hall. The
menu will include spaghetti
with meat sauce, tossed salad,
Italian bread, homemade des-
serts, coffee, iced tea and lem-
onade. Cost is $6 for adults
and $3 for children 12 and
under. Call: 754-6687.
GaryElvis will perform and
present an Elvis slide show
from 4:30 to 6 p.m. March 24
at Lake Walden Cinema in the
Mugs & Movies theater. Door
open at 4:15 p.m. Patrons are
asked to bring donations of
teddy bears and/or non-per-
ishable food for donation to
charity. Tickets: adults, $12.50
inadvance, $15 at the door.
Students, $7.50 in advance,
$10 at the door. Information:
754-9442 or visit www.GaryE-
Star productions will pres-
ent the musical review
"Sentimental Journey" March
24-25 at 8 p.m. at Hillsborough
Community College, 1206 N.
Park Road. Tickets: $15. Call:
Al Cohen, 707-0788.
Grammy winners the Black-
wood Brothers Quartet will be
in concert at 7 p.m. March 25
at Countryside Baptist Church,
13322 Sydney Road. A free-will
offering will be taken.
Call: 659-1964 or 571-8200.
Church welcomes Wuerffel
Former University of Flor-
ida and NFL quarterback
Danny Wuerffel will give an
inspirational pep talk at the
regular Sunday services March
26 at 8:15 at 10:45 a.m. at First
Baptist Church of Dover, 3223
N. Gallagher Road.
Music class for preschoolers
"Music to Grow On," a
weekly class for preschoolers
that will create natural step-
ping stones to formal music
education, will start March 27
at First Baptist Church, 503 N.
Palmer St. The 45-minute
classes will offer interactive
musical activities that will
engage young children. The
cost is $90 for eight weeks.
Jackson Elementary School,
502 E. Gilchrist St., plans a
March 30 from 7:30 to 9:30
a.m. Birth certificate, immuni-
zation records, a recent
physical (within a year) and
proof of residency are needed
for registration. There will be
tours for students and
information for parents.
Burnett Middle School Bazaar
The Burnett Middle School
PTSA will sponsor the school's
inaugural Burnett Bazaar April
1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
school, 1010 N. Kingsway
Road in Seffner. The bazaar
will feature crafts, collectibles,
refreshments, games and free
fingerprinting by the Hills-
borough County Sheriff's
Information: Leslie Leibf-
reid, 684-5201, or leave a mes-
sage at the school, 744-6745.
An International Dinner is
MARCH 16, 2006 TH COURIER 21
planned for April 1 at 5:30 p.m.
at St. Clement Catholic
Church's Cronin Hall, 1104 N.
Alexander St. There will be
door prizes, raffle prizes, fun
and food. Proceeds will help
sponsor a child going to
Mexico on a retreat this
Tickets are $5 in advance
and $6 at the door. Call: Carol
Rodriguez, 757 6234.
Children's Fun Festival
The annual Children's Fun
Festival, sponsored by the Arts
Council of Plant City and
College, is set for April 1 from
11 a.m. until 2 p.m. on the
grounds of HCC, Plant City
campus. Pre-school and ele-
mentary-school aged children
will create treasures while
enjoying a day planned just
for them. All activities are free;
however, children are to be
accompanied by an adult.
Call: Marsha Passmore, 754-
IN PLANT CITY
.- K RN2006
K,- fBUICK LUCERNE
Cancer Treatment Center
Est. March 1996
Randy V. Heyek, M.D., F.A.C.R.O., Kathryn L. Kepes, M.D., F.A.C.R.O.
| i.:| :- t r -iF r h ri ,-i -.* I- .:.:p to l]
Advanced Modern Technology
Cancer Care Close to Home
Prostate Seed Implants
S3-D Conformal Therapy
Randy V. Heysek, M.D.,
P..,or.j 0 rt olcd .n Kdn .:.r. C'r.,:c.l.q
* Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy
* Breast Brachy Therapy
-.A..KU. 0Medicare, Medicaid, most HMO's
, '.. L.r .:l.:-'
All available through the center
Call 81 3-719-7705 for appts./consultations
.... ,n:... '.
Come to Family Care Pharmacy
for Great Customer Service
lfe accept most 3 l u n), insurance phns
MEDICARE PART D PARTICIPANTS
You DO NOT need to settle for poor service!
Let us help you at Family Care Pharmacy
where you won't be treated like just another number!
We are providers for over 99% of all insurance plans
and Medicare Part D Programs
Community Care RX United Health Care Medco
Caremark FL Blue Cross Aetna
Just to Name A Few!
FAMILY CARE PHARMACY
1505 W. Reynolds St. Plant City, Florida
I of Brandon
"Where E/leant Living Is Combined With Superior Care"
Daycare for the Memory Impaired
If you need a break or some time off to run errands
then give us a call! We provide breakfast, lunch and
dinner as well as a daily set of scheduled activities. Stop
by anytime to tour our facility!
* 24 Hour Nursing Care Medication administration
* Cable included Daycare & respite accepted
* Alzheimer's Support Groups Additional Licenses
* Companion and Private Extended Congregate Care
Rooms Limited Nursing Services
* Laundry Services Specifically designed activities
* Housekeeping for memory impaired residents
1819 Providence Ridge Blvd.
Brandon, Florida 33511
IAsisrcd Living Facility 9739
a 0 ft 9%
22 2 THE COUQIU.R 0 MARCH 16,, 0p6
David W. Magann, PA.
Free Consultation Experience & Reliability
339 E. Robertson
The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements.
Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience.
929 Oakfield Dr. Brandon 685-3511
Standard Active Treatment $3,096 to $3,870
Records Fee $258 Retainers $295 to $430
#08450 #08550 #08750
DINE IN OR TAKE OUT -
* PRESSED CUBANS DELl SAND.
ENTREES BEANS & RICE
BREAKFAST ALL DAY
I Visit our Paperback I
Over 10,000 Books
119 S. Collins St., Plant City, FL it
M n-Fr 7am-2pm Sat. 8am-3pm
Sun. 9am-3pm ;,
FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 8 A.M.-3 P.M.
vi NDH JF H- FBOUP ISL-r'ND HOTEL
-,5 i-I P3 ,U F lic 11-.I l- i. .: .,',.if t JT,': '..% il i, -
F.E-lSTP -,TI-,'N i2c.
[t','_.' E. ]-. : -' 1 i7 ,' T L b 1 ;'-T : T -- r iL_, ;,: -'i c 'E.-',.1 -_, .'T
ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED
1.1U-T F.EISIT-EP E i' FHONE 7 rT 1 ~- % -234-5
(F-.'.' r.1Er T 1 .'.i r.Al .1 D E T DlC,' : I
Continued From Page 19
to the newly open Martinez
Middle School in 2002.
Jeffries remembers the
opening like it was yesterday.
"When the curriculum was
being developed there, we
requested that Ag science be
included," Jeffries said. "Some
people thought there would
be no real interest from the
students, but they gave it a
chance for at least the first
year. Now they have over 100
Ag students, another 30 that
take Ag Science as a part-time
elective, and 32 students that
are members of the FFA.
Derek Barber is a big part of
why that program has been so
Barber is sold on the pro-
"The agriculture industry is
important in Florida and to
the nation," Barber said.
"Meat, poultry and dairy
products are important to the
nation's health and economy.
help provide fruits, vegetables
and grains for all of our dinner
tables. Florida is an important
part of that industry."
Barber said the students
that participate in the school's
FFA program learn much
more than how to care for
animals and crops.
Continued From Page 19
place, Hannah Hodge; fifth
place,, Dustin Davis; sixth
place, Alexis Wyatt; seventh
place, Carroll .thony; eighth
place, Shelbk Roberts.
First place, David Walden;
second place, Chanse Hug-
gins; third place, Kayla Jen-
kins; fourth place, Kaitlyn Gill;
fifth place, Jensen Harlow;
sixth place, Christian Gonza-
First place, Jake Maxwell;
second place, Brooke Wyatt;
third place, Haley Ours; fourth
place, Shane Taylor; fifth
place, Martin Ramirez; sixth
place, David Coe.
GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
FFA members Kevin Klebeck
and Shannon Ogborn, eighth-
graders at Martinez Middle
School, said they enjoyed the
showmanship competition at
"The program helps
develop students to prepare
for life outside of the school-
room," Barber said. "The FFA
provides a premier leadership
program. It stresses commu-
nity service. Teaches the stu-
dents the importance of
dedication, hard work and
rewards.,including a sense of
accomplishment. Not every-
one can win in a competition.
But our students are building
life skills that will allow them
to grow into tomorrow's lead-
ers. Each one of them is a win-
First place, Richard Sapp;
second place, Jared Lawson;
third place, Kristen Wyckoff;
fourth place, Katey Corbett;
fifth place, Dillon Zimmer-
man; sixth place, Preston
First place, James Baker;
second place, Andrew Spark-
man; third place, Gary Baker;
fourth place, Jesse Coleman;
fifth place, Jeffrey Hoover;
sixth place, Kevin Klebeck.
First place, Mackenzie
Allen; second place, Bailey
Harrell; third place, Will
Smith; fourth place, Ashley
Vincent; fifth place, Maddie
Nawn; sixth place, Brittany
Coleman; seventh place, Cody
Kabrich; eighth place, Katelyn
8 a.m. Registration, continental breakfast
8:45 a.m. Welcome
(Moderator John Skvoretz, Ph.D., Dean,
USF College of Arts and Sciences)
9 a.m. KEYNOTE SPEECH: "Making A
Difference Mobilizing For Community
Action," Rachel Herpel, Director, Commu-,
nity Programs, The Groundwater Foundation
9:30 a.m. "Water 101," David L. Moore,
PG, Executive Director, Southwest Florida
Water Management District
10:30 a.m. "What You Should Know
About Regional Issues," Gene A. Heath,
PE, Assistant Executive Director, Southwest
Florida Water Management District
11 a.m. "Reclaimed Water and Storing
Water Underground The Cutting Edge
of Technology", Debra E. Huffman, MPH,
Ph.D., Research Faculty, USF, College of
11:30 a.m. Lunch in exhibit areas
12:45 p.m. "Water's Journey -
The River Returns," Wes Skiles, Executive
Producer/Explorer, Karst Productions Inc.
1:45 p.m. "At The Faucet --
Where Does The Water Come From/How
Does It Get There?," Jerry L. Maxwell,
General Manager, Tampa Bay Water
2:15 p.m. "How You Can Make A
Difference," Moderator: Rachael Herpel.
Panelists: Jennifer L. Seney, FMNP,
Executive Director, Pascowildlife Inc.; Dena
Gross Leavengood, Community Advocate;
Pat Carver, Community Advocate
LIPE. PAINTtfl SAlL
John Scott Dailey Florida Institute of Government,
Pinellas County Environmental Foundation, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
Say you saw it in The Courier
CDL with HAZMAT LOCAL DRIVERS NEEDED!!
POOLCORP, a public company and the A.ri'.. I i.' ~Ir supplier of Swimming Pool
*uppl & equipment, has need for permanent & temporary CDL drivers V'.Il i1-
II i\/ IVI endorsements at its SCP and Superior branches. Candidates must be able
to lift 100 pounds using a dolly., Please contact branches directly for information
about local needs:
Largo 727-531-8981, Bradenton 941-751-3288
Ocala 352-620-0084, Tampa 813-885-4447 / 813-623-5333
West Melbourne 321 -.2-4 .-64", Lakeland 863-666-5441
Sarasota 941 -.923-1661, Daytona 386-258-1558
Leesburg352-365-0193, Brooksville 352-799-7878
Orlando 407-425-5334 / 407-650-9096
Kissimmee 407-943-7447, Longwood 407-830-6291
Excellent Benefits & Competitive Pay EOE M/F/V/D and Drug-Free
DOUBLE YOUR INVESTMENT IN ONLY 1 YEAR!
Builders Lots Available in the
Fastest Growing Areas in Florida c
WHOL: ESALE PRIC~ : ~ING
95 5-53 00062190
I II I I 8~6~e IIAgendar
*MARCH 16,2006 -,-E COURIER *23
SPO RT S
ROBERT CONE/Staft photos
Above, Cougar third baseman Tony Garcia is too late with a tag on Sarasota's Joey
Terdaslavich in a game at Durant March 10. Terdaslavich doubled home the game's first run
off pitcher Carmine Giardina in the fourth inning and advanced to third on the Cougars late
throw to the plate. The Cougars lost to district rival Sarasota, 2-0, and will likely be the
second seed going into the district tournament. Right, Giardina throws a fastball off the
mound against the Sailors. The senior left-hander allowed just two hits in the loss to
Sarasota as pitcher Eric Erickson tossed a no-hitter.
Plant City Coach Views Saladino Event As Opportunity
DURANT PLAYS AT BRANDON,
PC AT BLOOMINGDALE
By DAREK SHARP
The two-out-of-three approach has
not been a good one for Plant City on
the baseball field, but it might work out
at the Saladino Tournament in one
way, at least.
Plant City head coach Kenny White
is aiming for two wins out of three
games in pool play, which starts this
Saturday for the Raiders. That would
probably be good enough to advance
the Raiders into the quarterfinal round,
somewhere no Plant City team has
been in more than a dozen years.
To do that, the Raiders must shore
up not just two, but all three phases of
"Lately we can't put it all together,"
White said. "The last five games we've
either not hit and pitched pretty well or
the pitching has been there but we're
not hitting. There's three parts to base-
ball (defense being the third) and if you
get just two out of three, you're in
Plant City hopes deja vu is not part
of its first Saladino game, as this Satur-
day the Raiders will be playing the
same team that beat them over the
weekend. Sickles jumped to a 6-0 lead
and held on to top the Raiders on Sat-
That loss was the Raiders' seventh in
a row after starting the season off 3-0.
A.J. Starkey has been the team's
most consistent player.
"Really, he's been carrying us,"
White said of Starkey, who is batting
about .380 and has two home runs.
So far, White has used 17 different
players in the lineup to try and get the
right batting order. "That's the goal for
Saladino, to come out of it knowing
who the big nine (starters) are," he
Several players have shown promise,
and with it should be getting more
playing time. Hoyt Bochy he was
named for Hall of Fame pitcher Hoyt
Wilhelm and his uncle is San Diego
Padres manager Bruce Bochy had a
double and a triple in the Sickles game
and is 4-for-8 on the season. Bud Wells
smacked a three-run homer in that
game as well.
Durant will be considered one of the
favorites at Saladino, though the last
couple of years the Cougars have not
gotten out of the pool-play round.
Last Friday, the Cougars hosted Sar-
asota in a pitcher's duel that fulfilled
the hype. Sarasota lefty Eric Erickson,
who is signed: with the University of
Miami, threw a no-hitter as the Sailors
won 2-0 at Durant.
Carmine Giardina only had one bad
inning, otherwise subduing a loaded
Sailors lineup. Giardina allowed two
Sarasota broke a scoreless .game
with a solid RBI double in the fifth
inning. Durant coach Ron Fussell tried
to spark the offense with a bunt
attempt in the sixth, and it looked like
Jeremy Fussell's offering was perfect.
That was until Erickson pounced off
the mound to the third-base line and,
in one motion, dove down to get the
ball, turned and threw to first on one
knee for an out. The play would have
no doubt made Sportscenter's Top 10
if it took place in a major-league park.
While the Cougars could have easily
been disheartened by the defeat, which
will likely knock them down to the.
second seed come district tourney
time, Durant rebounded to beat Cham-
berlin, 8-6, at home Saturday. The
teams scored three runs in each o:
their first two at-bats to make it 6-6
but Tony Garcia shut down the Chief,
the rest of the way after coming on ir
The win lifted Durant to 8-3 for the
season while Garcia improved to 3-0
The Cougars play their pool games ai
Brandon, starting Saturday at 4 against
Alonso, continuing Monday at the
same time against Plant, then Tuesda3
night against the site hosts.
Plant City starts off at Bloomingdale
where it will face Sickles Saturda3
afternoon. The Raiders then play at the
University of Tampa against Robinsor
Monday at 1 p.m. before returning foi
a game against the host Bulls at Bloo-
mingdale Tuesday night.
Each of the six groups' winner,
advance to the quarterfinals along witt
two wild cards. From the second-placE
teams that went 2-1, the two with thE
fewest runs allowed will be chosen.
The quarterfinals will run all day al
UT next Wednesday starting at 10 a.m
with the finals on March 24. Othel
action takes place at Gaither and River-
view high schools.
Hitting To AllFields
Chip Bowden obviously
has something for golden
helmets. The Durant three-
sport standout will be
wearing one, he hopes in the
near future, as the starting
quarterback at Army.
Until that moment arrives,
Bowden got to experience
another pretty cool one. Last
Thursday, Bowden was
named one of the Hills-
borough County winners of
the Golden Helmet award.
Three players one from
the smaller schools, another
from Class 3A or 4A and then
the Class 5A/6A honoree
(Bowden) are selected
based on their on-field
talents and schoolwork and
Durant head coach Mike
Gottman, who introduced
Bowden at the award cere-
mony held at the Florida
Aquarium, spoke a lot on
"He's such a great athlete,
and.just a great kid," Got-
tman said. Bowden, who has
signed to play football at
Army, is also a state-qualify-
ing wrestler and starter on
the baseball team, all while
maintaining a 4.94 grade-
The other winners were
Hillsborough's Jarred Fayson
(a nice honor after finishing
second for the Guy Toph
Award as some may recall)
and Berkeley Prep lineman
Jim Barrie, both University
of Florida signees. Coca-Cola
is the sponsor of the award,
which has been handed out
for almost 50 years.
Cougar field house
Speaking of Gottman, he is
still pounding the pavement
for funds to help build a new
field house, and it's getting
within reach. So far the
school has raised $81,000 to
go toward the facility, which
will also house classes and
other sports teams' locker
facilities. Only $19,000 more
is needed before the long-in-
the-works building can
become a reality.
With that in mind, try to
make your way out to Durant
-on April 4. The baseball,
softball and track teams are
all at home that night and
Durant will be holding a
barbecue dinner as a fund-
raiser. Dinners will be $8.
Nothing like sitting back in
the bleachers with your BBQ
chicken and some quality
baked beans have to have
one of those little buns, too,
am I right?
A golf tournament is also
upcoming on May 6.
And on that note, Plant
City's football program is
holding its own fundraising
golf tournament. Its practice
See SHARP, Page 24
24 THE COURIER MARCH 16,2006
KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
Above left, Raider Alicia Mohler sits beside her mother, Hope, and father, Ken, at Plant City High School March 13 as she signs a four-year volleyball scholarship to
Webber International University in Lake Wales. Also there for the event were, from left, Molly Sapp, assistant volleyball coach at PCHS, Misti Neutzling, head
volleyball coach at PCHS, and Tim Edfors, Webber's head volleyball coach. Above right, Sherrod Lott is joined by his family and supporters March 13 at Plant City High
School as he signs a football scholarship to the University at Buffalo, a Division I program. Lott, who is 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs 150 pounds, played cornerback
for Plant City and snagged eight interceptions his senior year. Seated in front are, from left, Diane Thomas, Lott's grandmother, Lott, and Roshanda Copeland, his
mom. Standing, from left, are Lott's dad, Dwight Copeland, PCHS Principal David Steele and Raiders head football coach Kevin Kelley.
Plant City Athletes Sign College Letters Of Intent
LOTT FOR FOOTBALL,
By DAREK SHARP
It's not always easy for
high school seniors to get
their athletic talents noticed,
but in the case of two Plant
City Raiders, one look was all
In a double-signing
ceremony at the high school
Monday, Sherrod Lott signed
with Division I football
program Buffalo and Alicia
Mohler received a schol-
arship to play volleyball at
University near Lake Wales.
Never until this year had
Plant City High had a
volleyball player get signed
to play in college. Mohler
joins Kendra Waters, who
will play at South Florida
"The experience of signing
and playing in college was
probably the best experience
I've ever had," said Raiders
head coach Misti Nuetzling,
who starred at Florida
Southern. "To have a chance
to be able to help these girls
get that chance is awesome."
Webber coach Tim Edfors
just needed to see Mohler in
action with her club team,
LAVA, in Lakeland.
Heidi Kouveras, the
softball coach at Plant City,
attended Webber and helped
steer Mohler toward the
For Lott, a standout
defensive back for the
Raiders who played varsity
since his freshman year, it
took a videotape.
"The people at Buffalo saw
some highlights of him on
one of those recruiting Web
sites, and it went from
there," said new Plant City
football coach Kevin Kelley.
"They said he's a play-
Buffalo, which moved up
to Division I status in 1991,
could use some playmakers.
The Bulls were 1-10 last year
and have struggled for
victories in the Mid-Ameri-
But under new head coach
Turner Gill, the former
Nebraska standout, there is
some realistic optimism
circulating at Buffalo.
Lott noticed it on his visit
several weeks ago. He toured
the campus with Bulls tight-
Raider Girls Gain Confidence In Win
DURANT LOSES 1ST
By DAREK SHARP
Having watching several
games slip away in the late
immngs, the Plant City Raiders
faced a similar circumstance
Saturday against state-ranked
Sickles. The Raiders held a 4-0
lead going into the bottom of
the seventh inning after grab-
bing an insurance run in the
top of the frame.
Insurance runs are named
that for good reason. Most of
the time, they're not neces-
sary, but every now and then
they come in extremely
In this case, Sickles hitter
Nadirah Nesfield slapped a
MacKenzie Dawson changeup
down the left-field line and
turned it into a three-run
A 4-0 lead was suddenly 4-3,
but the Raiders held on for
their biggest win of the year.
Plant City, which dropped
Sickles to 10-2 (and out of the
Class 6A top 10), improved to
6-3 with the victory. The way
head coach Heidi Kouveras
sees it, the record could have a
much nicer ring to it.
"We should have one loss,
and that's it," Kouveras said,
still stinging from the loss to
Durant early in the year.
Dawson has been good on
the mound all season, and her
younger sister (and the team's
catcher) Kendall is batting
.370, tied for the team lead
with Brittany Brown.
Last Friday and Saturday
saw the team turn around
what had been its biggest flaw:
"We made no errors in
either game. We really stepped
it up at practice as far as focus-
ing on defense. I think they're
comfortable out there now,"
Friday's win against Sara-
sota Riverview gave the Raid-
ers a 4-1 record in district
Durant and Chamberlain
went at it Saturday in a meet-
ing of unbeaten teams, and
the Chiefs dealt the Cougars
their first defeat, 4-2.
ends coach Aaron Stamm.
"Everyone was very
friendly there. It felt like a
family," he said. "And it's
not a big party school;
there's a chance for you to
really get your work done."
Lott's mother, Rashanda
Copeland, was encouraged
that "they had everything
played out for him ... all he
has to do is wake up and go
to work. I was a little nervous
that he was thinking about
going so far from home, but
not after we visited up
Lott had eight intercep-
tions in his senior season.
While it's not realistic that
Lott will get to suit up again
for a game in Florida, Mohler
will be staying nearby.
Webber, an NAIA school,
plays against teams like
Continued From Page 23
field displaced by portables,
the football team sometimes
has to practice in the
The golf tournament is
April 22 at Walden Lake with
a 1 p.m. shotgun start. Entry
fee and sponsorships are
available for $75. For more
information, call coach
Kevin Kelley, 757-9370, Ext.
From the "remember this
name" file: Trinity Thomp-
son. She is a freshman who
.is already starting to turn
heads at track meets. Durant
finished in fourth place at
the Charles Johnson Invita-
tional at Gaither last week,
thanks in large part to
Thompson's efforts. She
won the 200-yard dash, was
third in the 100 and finished
second in the long jump.
"It was the first time she'd
ever done the long jump,"
Clearwater Christian College
and Florida College in
"I visited the campus, sat
in on class for an hour and a
half and really liked it," said
Mohler, a strong student
who says she plans on going
into business management.
Last year, the Warriors set
a school record for wins with
a 28-7 season.
portion of the school proves
-true in that the Warriors had
one player from Trinidad on
its roster, but Edfors who
took over as coach in Janu-
ary 2005 is trying to recruit
in the Bay area more.
"Alicia has the competi-
tiveness and has all the
mental and physical attri-
butes to be a great college
player," said Nuetzling.
said Durant girls track coach
Nick Mercer. "And she did
pretty well. Right now, she's
doing the 100, 200, long
jump and anchoring the 4-
by-100 relay, and she can be
great in all of them."
Mercer anchored the relay
team to a third-place finish.
Kaylyn Stein, Kate William-
son and Shebrice Murphy
ran as well. Amy Rogers, the
team's top senior, was not at
the meet but will be a big
part of the team the rest of
Saturday was also good for
the Cougar boys, who set
two school records. Aaron
Simmons did it in the 400,
running a time of 51.9
seconds, good for second
place. Also setting a school
mark while winning the race
was the two-mile relay
squad of Kevin Jones,
Stephen Bridwell, Juan
Reynoso and Khameron
Kelly, who also won the 800.
Say you saw it in The Courier
MARCH 16, 2006 THE COURIER 25
Available from Commercial I
Six Parcels to be sold
to the last and
Regardless of the price!
311 River Ranch Lots
Offered in 14 parcels Ten parcels include road frontage on Highway 630
SA Owner Financine Available
HIfGGNBOTHAM I,. ., ,,, ,, ,,
,..o .....o 800-257-4161
'I," ,, ,,"** ,,
S ONLY11 Units Left! Starting at $168.000
Rental History Available Possible Owner Finanlin .g ...
LAUREL RIDGE SUBDIVISION
: GREAT SMOKEY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK -
.- Call 1-866-774-0215 for more information
--. -.... P.ENTAL HISTORY AVAILABLE ON ALL MOUNTAIN i: Mr.i -.-
z.~ ~. ee www.yourcabin.com for a list of managed prpeni. "
In cooperation with
Alpha Phi Alpha
FRIDAY, MARCH 17TH
Registration 5:30 pm
I 3-on-3 Basketball 6:00 pm
I After Party 10:00 pm (Admission $2)
SATURDAY, MARCH 18TH
I Registration 8:00 am
Educational Workshops 9:00 am
Scholars Bowl 9:00 am
Food for Your Soul Picnic 1:00 pm
I Florida Invitational Step Show 6:00 pI
77 AND 18'"
University Area Community Center
14010 North 22nd Street
To Register Your Teams Call:
(813) 679-1850, (813) 486-5167 or
go to: www.tampaalphas.com
Eduranornal Foujndaton Inc
-_._ ... -.'". .: ': _
COM JIN S5ORA WEKNDO
Call J.G. Wentworth's
Annuity Purchase Program
ANNUITY PURCHASE PROGRAM
(Step Show Admission $10)
THANK YOU TO OUR LIFTHE TAMPI T
2006 TEEN SUMMIT
SPONSORS A.,-,,,1I.Is I Si .,, i.. .k ,, id ,iri
S. I.. I I
1 1' :.
I ,.,A i.;erm .i,. lxf
i K- IV
* j~1 VRAt 1 0- P ) I
--~I Ilr I -1=-- '-r
JAI A f Imp I T D", 3
I am Sat.. March 25
%loan OW 0
. .. .. .
THE COURIER + MARCH 16, 2006
813-865-4437 or 813-259-8295
The Brandon News and Brandon Shopper Monday 3:30 p.m.
o d o o Plant City Shopper/The Courier Monday 3:30 p.m.
S Thunderbolt Monday NOON
Carrollwood News Friday 4:30 p.m. All Service Directories
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE FARM EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT In The Loop Friday 4:30 p.m. Wednesday noon
Northwest News Friday 4:30 p.m. For best service,
The Sun News Friday 4:30 p.m. call 813-657-4516
South Shore News Friday 4:30 p.m. no later than 12 hour
Town 'N Country News Friday 4:30 p.m. before deadline.
EDUCATION FINANCIAL REAL ESTATE RECREATION TRANSPORTATION Temple Terrace News Friday 4:30 p.m.
FORSALE South Tampa News Friday 4:30 p.m.
OFFICE HOURS: 8 A.M.-5 P.M., MONDAY-FRIDAY LOCATED AT: 101 WHEELER ST. N., PLANT CITY, FL 33563 FAX: 813-754-3725 OR 7903
FORMS OF PAYMENT: We accept cash, MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express.
HOW TO PLACE YOUR AD: To place, change, correct or cancel your ad, call 813-752-0712 or 813-259-8295; fax 813-754-3725 or 813-259-7903 (Attn: Sunbelt); or visit us at 101 Wheeler St. N in Plant City.
GENERAL POLICIES: Cancellations: Cancellation numbers will be issued at the time you cancel your ad. Please retain this number to refer to in the event of an adjustment to your bill. Cancellation must be made within the deadlines,
ADJUSTMENTS: Please check your ad the first day it appears. Sunbelt Newspapers will not be responsible for errors, except to the extent of the cost of the first insertion, and then only for that portion of the ad that may have been
rendered valueless by such errors. Sunbelt Newspapers assumes no financial responsibility for errors nor for omissions of copy. Corrections of errors must be made within deadlines.
CREDIT: Some classified categories require payment in advance.
MEMORY FOAM All ABSOLUTE AUCTION- RE- Books BEDROOM $735 PULPIT & Side Chairs, WASHER & Dryer, SAXAPHONE Selmer Par
ASA Mattresses War- COLLECTIBLES, TC. BOOKSTORE Inventory 8 pc. cherry sleigh set Speaking Stand 27 GE. one year old paid is, MarkVl, peakper-
sco NASA ew Orthopedic AL ESTATE, ANr- COLLECTIB ES, ETC. BOOKSTORE Inventory w/beautiful carvings benches, Asking $3,500 $1400. Sell for $700! former. Must sell$3800.
ranty. Cost $1995, sell, MARCH 25TH & 26TH. and Internet Business. new still in box. can del obo. Sold as a set. Has all special settings. 352-683-0420 wnewell@
$399, Queen; $499, King. GARDEN GATE ANTI- Thousands of Books. 813-870-0070 727-421-4970 CALL 813-744-2004. tampabay.rr.com.
All sizes available. Free QUES, WARRIOR, ALA- All major categories.
Delivery! Original BAMA. FOR MORE IN- Call 727-596-0500 BEDROOM Set, triple SOFA LOVESEAT &
Tempur-Pedic from FORMATION CALL: dresser, Armoire, Chair, like new, taupe WASH O R Yt IO $150. Vinla $150. Cellosn
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE $699. Guaranteed Best (888)285-8408, COINS-CURRENCY BUY- ressehtstands Doirebl Mir- color. Sofa & chair re- $100 Great condition 150 io 15 e
Price! Electric WWW.REDMOIT ING! Tampa's Oldest Coin ror, alnut. N BED. decline. $2000/obo. Call Can deliver w/warranty. $319. Cases Bows.
Adjustables for Less! AUCTION.COM. Store. Top Dollar Paid, $995...813-835-6666 727-224-3212 Don 813-300-6714 Mandolins $120. Guitars
Adult Care Services) ((Miscellaneous For Sale www.mattressdr.com 1- REDMONT AUCTION & Cash. 5802 N Armenia 150. Trumpets Flutes &
Adu866-476-0289, 813-493- LAND CO., INC. EDDIE 813-879-6670 BEDS AAA+ VISCO SOFA Sectional, light (( Air Conditionerslai R s)
1222,727-733-9334 PROPST, LIC# AU2051. ORTHO-PEDIC Nasa leather with matching (( AirConditioners & del aval, repairs (813)
HOMEMAKER/ Compan- #1 Steel Building Source WE BUY COINS! Memory Foam Mattress recliner leather chair. 655-6554.727-945-9427
ions needed P/Tforyari- Since 1980! Call for Hon- METAL ROOFING SAVE REAL ESTATE AND ES- Buying, selling, trading! -$399, K-$499 12 mo old, New $3800 AC/HEAT PUMP Systems
ous shift & locations. esty and Integrity! All $$$ buy direct from TATE AUCTION 3 PROP. Over 38yrs exp. Buying FREE Delivery w/ad! Sell $2500.727-967-5533 Clearance on all 10-12
More info call 454-4040 Sizes! 1-888-425-7755 manufacturer, 20 colors IN LIVE OAK AND LEE FL Silver & Gold coins. We ORIGINAL TEMPURPEDIC seer split systems, new i Cameras / Photo 1
in stock w/accessories. JW HILL & ASSOC- pay top $. 813-792-2493 FROM $699! SOFA SET, $550 in box with factory war- l Supplies J1
Cemetery Lots ) A/C, wholesale, 13 seer Quick turn aTound- De- CALL FOR INFO (888) or 727-455-6196 AIR & ADJUSTABLE 2pc microfiber, family ranty @ wholesale pri-
avail, free delivery, can livery available. Gulf 821-0894 AB#2083. All Sizes In Stock friendly, new in box ces. sample: Split2ton CAMERA Collection 30
GARDEN of Memories, biaomes. Star ing at facturi, Inc. 352-498- Furniture 7924 W. Hillsborough w/lifetime wrnty, 726 3ton $825 4ton CME as, Coprec in Bo
1il h250s Startingt factuIn, Inc. 352-498l $0 l OPEN 10-6 Mon-Sat can del. 813-833-1145 1055, Free Delivery s &npiecs.rBq'
CALLGeore $1,100.727-326-2120 07788 -393-0335 AAAA accent $1 across from Winghouse 727-243-449 33mm Good con
$1,100. 7-67I -Collectibles AAAAaccent$ www.mattressdr.com mm. oo con.
A+POOL- HEATERS Fac- NO Home Phone Service J 813-889-9020 $1800obo.727-323-1352
story Direct: Solar/Heat $14.95 Basic Get At www.Auctiontecs.com set new i$75 866-4760289 ANYTIME! WALDENESTATE A/C New In B Leave message
GARDENwOFktsPhoneqotGs. nontecs.com 8 Full P/T set, new in 866-476-0289 ANYTIMaEs w A/C New In BOX
S Pum or Gas. Complete Reconnected Quickly! Antiques/Collectibles lastt nSALE C lesems 2 ton
MEMOgEe Sr Do- oursef heater ualifywith Meda eoeibles \pltic wwrnty, BEDS-TWIN, w/hdbrds,. a Complete systems 2ton CAMERA, Olympus C-750
4oplouretogetherfor kits honeuotes,hin- Food y th eip Subscribe,n u it's FREE! 813-33-1145 Sealy matresses w/ SofaS&chaier 195 $1695;32-1/2 ton $1795; CAmERA Oheralenses-
avse stallation most areas. AFCTANE, Section BED$100 bo n. never Sofa Sleeper 59 many otheraccesso-
.1-800-796-0951 SSl, LIHEAP. Long dis- Qused. Vu813-633-91 queen No Flip Mattress $1995;* 4 ton $2
$7,500 obo 8132450939 www.TheEnergySuperM tance available, no de- BASKETS nt 3- never used $550 813 633-9104 et 169 ton2195. yrs war on 813-355-1952
MEMORIA k at 5 arKe It c 0 m posit. Keep same num- Longaberger nty83-870-0070 GEWasher& Dryer 295 all parts. Use Ac'savail. 3551952
Lic#CWC029795/lnsure oer 1-888-467-8286 Man e Bed$B $295 [Ref $ 21rs exU. State cert. Licc
S8 lernquirheswe9 Instatone. Se Habla 813-416-7479 Kg P/Tset, new in plastic Co e with 2 twin 4pc Bedroom Set 1 Electronics
-come! Espanol si/rnt marts & pop-up trundle. B & B OUTLET DIRECTV FREE 4 Room
BATHTUB REFINISHING $$ PAID for WATCHES BED, sofa, dresser,vani- 813-251-3134 New,never used can de- 115 S EVERSEST System! NO Credit Card
BRenew / Change Col- ocket & wrist. GOLD BtE, errors, beautiful liver.813-926-8507 PLANTCITY 813-759-8864
MYRTLE Hill (2) plots, pc ke &ris.GD ictorian walnut, liver 813-926-857 PLANTCITY813-759-8864 Air Conditioners Required! Access 225+
side by side earb o R.epair. CoTmmer- monds Call r ecologist $1300.813-962-1286 Accent Furniture X2 Carrier, 10 ton. Channels! FREE HBO,
Sia$5200 obo. Residential.yrs. SAM (727) 804-7463 Bedrooms, Din, Liv Rms, DAYBED OAK $350 11-PIECE Bassett dinin Also X2 Trarie, 12-1/2 SHOWTIME, ClNEMAX,
813-267-966Warrant. Quick Re Ent & Much More, 10K sf, Complete/2 mattress's room se, table with ton. Call 727-581-9293 STARZ! Starts $29.99
sponse, Insured. Serv.- PET Fencing. National CHINA By Lenox, Autum Entire Showroom trundle, still in box's. chairs, 2 eaves, server FREE DVR Call Now, Al-
inFlor'ida Overlyrs. company recruiting new Pattern, Service for 12 Liquidation. 813-363-0097; 477-9019 lighted china cab., NEW ** S/DENT ways Open! 1-800-373-
TAMPA (2) spaces oFrida's Tb s. D o ting new Cost $3,608. Sell $1,795 Everything Must Go! $000bo. 3pc ent. cen- RECONDITIONED UNITS 90
Garden of Memories 1 86-9005 inve ent 813-835-6666 elite turetrccom | 76x96", $500obo. You Deserve the Best
Tower sect+marker 1-888-686-9005 investment. 8n79areinc.com
SExcellent money making 4415 N.Clark M-S 10-6 DINING 11PC 72-919-4381 pics at:i e GOLDEN TE 1999 Video
/vase $350 BATTERIES Golf Cart Au- business. Exclusive DINING room se antique 813-478-8995 All cherry 92" 2 pedestal http://spacses.msn.com r cstalls.We Dot Riht The GOLcDE gTE 9 o
(863)Y2558187 BATTo ERIEGondiCartion- territess. Calclusive DINttl,6Tchrs&igt'dchina /furniturepicsFirst Time! #RA0039944 worKin condition.
With Battery Guarantee. 1-800-865-0495 oak, rd dbl ped tbl, ch- ACCENT/Mattress's cab. new, retail $6K, sell Remington Air 971-2206 $1000 S139567071
With Battery Guarantee. 1-800-865-0495 b$ NT t9.9813-56)7071
[ Health Services 3 Marke Battery Inc. www.dogguard.com na cab, Ig & sm side-n Pill $1499 813-478995 Rugs & Carpet )] Get Rdy for Spring!
$.FI813-267-780 Serious callers only Ortho Mattress set, new DINING $925 Set CARPET gorgeous used A/C new in box. 5 yr Fact
Complete & Includes DEMO HOMESITES PINBALL MACHINE, $3500 813-684-8894 inplastic. Can dever 8pc, cherry, Qu Anne only 4 days cream color WarrtyAi Homes SATELLITE Receivers for
-36E N0 9O;R JuSge redd o | "Direct TV. Regular
State Fees, Corporate WANTED NOW! FOR Judge Dredd MERCEDES 1989 benz 56 813-363-0097; 477-9019 style new in box, must 85 yds $400 OBO, (813) Sizes: M.Homes, -ton
kSal et r THE NEWKAYAK POOL! Bally, Wide Body SL Rdstr, 2, Auto- $115 Fl Pill ow T sell, 813-251-3134 960-1839 or 813 610 0678 $1010, 2"-ton $1060,. 3- Dolby Digital & Hi Defini-
matnpacket: wa THE ON-GROUND POOL Great Condition, $1 ., SLRoadstP iow Pton $1105 3"-ton $1170 tion. New cards. Best of-
m laac ww a WITH IN-GROUND FEA- (813)837-0030 matic transition, leather Ortho Matress set new DINNING Room table,Prof. Install Lic RMOO0- fr.813-404-8263
Miamri -Dadyer. .(3rcll WTUREN-UNOUNDEPP (138interior, power door, inplastic. Can deliver 72x38, 4 Chairs, Beauti- 33Appliances 2} 813/453-9033
TUNITY. SAVE $. CALL PINBALL MACHINE, Surf ocks and windows 813-363-0097;477-9019 ful Southern PineCoun- Appliances ) 31291 813/453-9033
854-600)3r8-75..60NREE$$.GoALLmileage 100P000. Great $195CHNjurI$9 try Stle.T999
(9 630-9800 Ta (866)348-7560 FREE EST NSafariGottlieb Pre- n.1 -45 low 3-85-666 APPLIANCES-ABSOLUTE [ Telephones p Im us I Is
( ) 871-5400 St. et MATES! FINANCING. mier, unique, exc nt Ortho Ma ress set new Lowest $ Guaranteed!
-(727)442-5300 Toll working cond. Must inplastic. Can deliver Delivery. Woody's EXPRESS LONG DIS-
Free... (800) 603-3900. DISH NETWORK see. $875. 813-837-0030. Hobbies / Crafts / 813-363-0097; 477-9019 Entertainment Ctr Appliances, $74.50 up. TANCE- Movin to New
Spiegel & Utrera.PA. L. SATELLITE EUIPMENT WOFFTANNING BEDS Shows I All wood, cherry or oak, 7604 Broadway 626-7787 York, New England & all
Spiegel, Esq., Miami. New or Used. ill pay Full Bod units from $22 ARMOIRES, SOFAS, lighted w/beveled glass 8307 Armenia 933-8288 states between.
cash(813) 37688up. a monthBuyDirect and TELESCOPE- Celestron 8i BOOKCASES & MORE! doors accommodates up Customer rated A+.
Legal Services 3)ave. Free Color Cata- GPS, Eye pieces Filters 20000 SqFt of gentl used to 65" wide screen TV. APPLIANCES BEST PRIC- Free estimates & friend -
log. Call Today! 1-800- GMuh ore. Like e New!s upscale furniture 5-90% Cost $3200 NEVER USED, ES IN TOWN! Largese- ly service. Credit cards
FENCE SALE logoCallwToday! 1-800- Much MoreLikeNew e Mi seller Candeliv- le n as a S ca
ARRESTED All Criminal 6X8Stock 7 1 1 0 1 5 8 Was2200, Now $1300 off retail. The Missing section of washers, dry- accepted. Relc
Oney 7995 ww.Wp.etstascom7 Piece. Open daily in er. 813-293-1743 ers, stoves & refriera- Specialists. Lic
era Charges, Pa- 813-681-181 (Miscellaneous Wanted)] [(Jewelry & Watches) Mab 813-805-2696 Futon $200 Oak its.Dodeliven't in ow 3767
le/Probation,Bond8rw/thick mattress, all our d l e xpeMs4Snsreet
auction, DUI, Traffc GARAGES, Barns Car- AUCTIONS BY PEACOCK NEW G.I.A. GG wishes new in box's. Candel. 04Broadway (Musicalnstruments))
a r- ogrtsstartin $95 30 year By s in Tama Bay! to to education L 813-363-0097;477-9019 8307 Armenia 933-8288. UTARS and Amps We
rs AAA Att Refer Styles, 13 Colors. Free in or conseninglto f auyion Reply tice APPLIANCES buy and trade used
Serve 1-800-73-5342 stallation.Free quote on a Roomf to a Houseful 813-886-1121. BED $199 Medium oak, honeyfin DRYER $99 ear. Bring it to Guitar
any size. Florida Certi Ato Z bought & sold. Kignm ba e i m a ne in WASHER $140 Center Tampa & turn it c
DIVORCE $275- field 10 year wrrty avail 813-621-5005, PLATINUM Diamond ring King name brand set ish, 9 layer matt, new in FRIDGE $150 into immediate cash or
$350*COVERS CHIL 386-736-0398; 1-866-736- 727-443-7010 1K Ba et style diamond Factory close out. Can box, cost $625, sell $315 1 to 12 Month Warranty trade for new gear.
SDN ETURC ENL ENE 7308 jcscarports Lic #AU1944; AB2492 band, color, purchased del.81-478-8995 813-293-1743 AUTHORIZED MAYTAG 3914W. Hillsborough
SIGNATUEX REUDES andgarages.com at Banks & Bailey paid 4000,w Kennedy 281-0777 Ave. 813-801-9290
REMOVAL of Household $2600. will sell for $900. BED$269 GRANDFATHER CLOCK PARTS TODAY
(800462-2000, EXT.600. :Amory,11 Ported rXDs, Furniture.s Cheap or OB 92490 Qu pillow top set Sligh, moon dial an 11900 Nebraska 972-4242 w/ bench, dbl keyboard
(8 7M)ALTAD- FNs,HK, new shotguns free of char. Call w/wrnty.NEWinlastic chimes perfect condi- perfect condition $600 MERCHANDISE
CM$CESAABLDSH N9& upowkson suell Mthel (13e-162la ROLEX- BUY" SELL Cn del. 81-478 tc tion, s0or best offer. APPLIANCES. Washer, t diti $610 MERCHANDISE
,4ED,197.ESA7 $499c99, 45 ( 1EXBY-SELLtCa nel8tion,9$813-982-13530 oDe rs, Stoves, Refrig's. or best offer. Call 813-
ED 1977. E 40,r3risIg $499.99one, Service-Selection.Yates 8139821353 $125-Up. Big Top ea 892-8870 after 3:30pm.
1rmy $549. Concealed fIshhny ets7 BE Mkt Guar & Delive
C PersonalILL pay cash for your Jewelers, 1708 BED$389 MATTRESS, $100 813-382-8615:404-812 PANIO Yamaha Baby SuperSavers )
$40 females onl Apr Tackle lures, rods & Kgpillowtop set 2 pc, Qu set brand new Grand C-3, Black, Beauti-
2nd for CWP. 813-210- reels. Call Mike: t WATCH- Tag Heuer 18kt w/wrno. NEW inplastic in plastic w/wrnty DRYER & Washer, ful Cond. Disc Avail. AQUARIUM long 29 gal
GUNS (4867) 4727-389-11524 stainless steel, profes- Can del. 813-478-89813 813-870-0070 Kenmore both heavy Must Sell $8,000 complete w/accessorie
rin T sional link series, 1,900 King Mattress Set $180 duty/super capaci 727-323-3168 $150. 813-239-6643
HOTTUB/SPA, like new, Tickets or best offer. ra91 nd BEDROOM 1-8PC Brand new, still in las- White xcelent conPIANO RENTALS Dresser, bedrm 4ft &
cainetsdnew! 8,.63-430-7991 Ac y p r tic w/wrnty. Can deI. tion. Delivery & installa- PIONTALSU Dresserngbedr table,
ca, Allcherr poster b, 813-833-1145 tion available. $350 for WITH OPTION TOBUY matching nd table,
ate alladed YANKEES [( Diamons ) cstnd, mirror both 813-754-1644 $25/mo Lowst rates in $100' 813-79-8313
sacrific e!,45. ANKES-nDia ds chest. Cost $4K. Sell FL! BECKER PIANO
813-401-40077 GamSprin Training $1999 813-478-8995 MATTRESSES MOM & Pops A3pliances 813-837-3632 GE stove w/hood & un-
Give YourB The 941-756-2901 Games,C Anme DIAMOND Rnd Brilliant 3 sets, double sided pil- $75 & up, Wt ,Stove Xder counter WD. $150
Best In ife. Choose ILL DELIVER 2.56 ct. set in 14kt white low top, with warranty. Refr.10014 30th St. PIANO SALE New & Used for both 813-239-6643
From Many Loving Finan- INDOOR/OUTDOOR POOL god Tliffanv ring. VS-2 BEDROOM 1-8pc Never used. Can deliver. Free Delivery Most Popuar Brands
ally Secured armed TABLE Murrey. c Call 813-787-1260 U color G. Appraised at King set-$345. 813-632-9620; 335-5788 In CD Player Grands RECORDS approx 65 from
and Caring Families. cond. Christmns gift- $39,780. See http:// King/Queen Queen set $275 Owner/Operator 27 Yrs the 40's $50. for ALL
Living es Paid. Rarely used. Sacrifice l You're Hired! we6.tampabay.rr.com/ All Cherry, med finish. All Full set-$240 VACUUM, RAINBOW Best Prices & Value 813-757-6183
S Ca i Rutstein $1650.813-289-9770 Classifieds is the orion. Sel I$22,000. drawers American dove- with attachments, Excel- Call 813-855-1227
best place to (813)728-3564 tail, never used still in 813-2937621 lent condition, used pianospianosinc.com ROCKER Recliner, split
14004520041 Time for a new car? search for the box. Can deliver cost vary little.$loveseat, LazyBoy, $100,
/7 fial.: DIAMOND SOLITAIRE $4,500 sel5 c,575. PATIO /Lanai Set from ve.y I9071.756 RECORDING studio equip, 813-758313
24/7 confidential 133050 Cheese fro m a variety pect position. 2.56ct. H Color Sacrifice www.soli wood Leaders by Winston 11 $6500 worth of items
TB mf new and used cars Cack here first for la col be s. o 3 20 king Thank you fr reading sale, Only $3500. ROLL-N-LOCK TRUCK
TBoev ya torBeautiful $2,400. $595 ......13-835-6666 Call for more info BED COVER. $200
Keyword: HameSeeker Classified section. Classifieds marks. 727-~698-7275 813-293-7621 eur Classifleds. 813-426-6340 813-716-6332
MARCH 16, 2006 + THE COURIER 27
(Medical Equipment)) f Computers & (( Builders Supplies ] Utility Buildings / ( Sporting Goods )) ( Health Products J (( Dogs )] (( Dogs J) ( Dogs )
3 Wheel Scooter, handy Equipment JJ ABACA Wood/American Trailers CONCEALED WEAPONS LEVITRA/VIAGRA & diet ENGLISH SPRINGER ROTTWEILER Females
cap, for small adult or Oak Flooring Wholesale CLASSES pills order online: ADORABLE SPANIEL PUPS, AKC, health certs, German
child. $400 OBO. AMD $99 Internet Ready from the Original Guy 7x135 Enclosed '03 V- Class D, Class G PricebusterRx.coml orgeous M-$350; FE- blockheads, Ready now.
Call 813-862-0226 Computer. Laptops who started in this sec- nose, screwless ext, & Class G R eual. 888-773-6230 FDAap- PUPPYrr 45. Ca for nforma- $600. Call 813-986-922
starting at $149. New tion. I buy flooring from domelight, stone guard, 813-643-1370 *245-2719 proved drug soma, an tion 386-935-4313 or 813-434-6318
ADJUSTABLEBed fully systems starting at all over the world no rear ramp side door. Tramadol Phentermine,
elec new top of he line $299. 1031 W. Busch Middleman. I have $3075 813-620-9357 GOLF CLUBS, Mens ping Didraex, agra Levitra, GERMAN SHEPHERD Pup- SCHNOODLE puppies,
Simmons twin pillow-to PC Services 931.4976 more products in stock wood and irons, $400. 2 and more! US licensed pies AKC, 3 male, 3 fe- male/female, non shed-
h19m813 9e7273-955 COMPUTER REPAIR $5 to ne at enclosed aulmark, in $150 each. 1 Women, 1 cist. Overnight ASeectionofMore is Black & tan /soli Very sweet tempera
INCONTINENCE? Ad atFee NoSt per hour tainrs of Wood, Lami- et in, M 34Assorted 7 ays Than 50 Puppiesr blck $500 813-629-5502 ment! 352-628-0048
vance Medical Can help 14918 North Florida Ave at .99 sf. Come where ORDER MEDS ONLINE OR Chih a, Dachsh, JACK/PARSON RUSSEL SHIH TZU, AKC g., Male
ou. Adult Briefs From (813) 264-0408 the builders & savy ( Sheds & Carports J) BY PHONE Phentermine, Lab Pomerania Poodle TERRIER, AKC male and Female, ready on
$38cs of 96. Calloday $299* buyers buy flooring 1- 0 Soma, Ambien, Adipex, uasb T u sky champ lines, a4s mo 4/1/06. Males $500.
813-514-4529. ICOMPUTERS New $299* 813-918-2737 9 BUILDING SALER IETR C.sirechto e Utrhams, Silky, Westie, orKie' gorgeous, Females $550.
WF MTO FD Peant Ci erhsog u www.yeagerflooring.com "BEAT NEXT IN- fa I E Lawt oard o n or 727'432-4599 50 Call (352)493-2299
NEWMOTORIZED Plant CitysLargest We also do expert Sand CREASE!" EM20X26 NOW n Othne N reuid Wre hupp
WHEELCHAIRS."No Computer w nStore. & Finish work for your O$4200. 25X30 $5800. section required. Call 1 yr Health Warranty JACK Russells, 3 ries SHIH TZU PUPS, AKC reg
qCost p e F rebe. co n Sat310rl ayt o r a ou7t o ld l krv inge best 0 $ff 401d 0 n S NsTAfeCu s. a tole fEE OF-3722 U R e agle AiYoso reedi g ViR, e stse ll hea lti te.M a
.ers / lospcial B.p. s/ Call r813-757-028r 8 floor, Call uBCs and we'd $14900. EXTENSIVE w n m Free Vet Visit 8r ms sl PeUtIf
wuo rnnaou.Adultldrie ml s c r (-m $9200 sXe Gn SafsC p XsNEseienter e a i Free Training DVD due to allergy, Male tn-color mostly whie
betic Supplies. We ac- MACS, ibook G3500 jagu- measure andemaKe tO DELS.OFRoNT END Tampa Safe0Exchanae II Lawn & Garden lotion Also, LargelSelection for6Pboth 727-560-13180 ea.863-425-3822
cept Medicare u& Private a 475. Power PC ., fill your needs. OPTI. eipmenONtAL N EE of Freshwater Fish, aes
Hiuerng ans MFeie al$37. 9Regauant/ owel LUMBEt bn 8(020 2 23e4A Cme-s,00 Reptiles.32 7 Small6,Animals, JACK RUSSELL Terriers, Wb YSRTIE OUTSTANDING
s Tolre disks f dor seoefnd tsA HorHnd DISCOUNT PRICES! FREE HORSE MANUREI Bs &b Y Vreod hmth m lder1. 71ek.
qs upment Dah ee i th, Auity orn W e r lSHED 10X1 aAoNS A BT eIb Supply NeedsT ct $ Vr offic o
1-877-C67-7088 813-577-1550 X155 a8oneour service. lHouet wMatnSafes-vampia Great For Gardens! sizes & Colors. Raised in $800
S 8954-335-1564 dlo e prae. Hoe wndw ceteEc W er,813-855-5213we
MoFOitRIN Supplies. Wk u9 drp&0 Metal framed YOU HAUL!! home. See us 601 ea 84 ht8
E p a n re e co ii me- N sidingB$1100/obo. Pool Table $1150 .R TLocal deliver available. Petland L akeland atwww.suavtlnP m, UP, ieo
ACCIDENT??. e e ale Etq sA ur ipma ren OlNatural & carbl r ne 813-7d8-9 PR Bse s olidw A 813-661-1096 3800 N. Hw798 eacks.com u813- C YORKmIa E v TU weked cr
UEc.8 3- l0P erson I e V END IN m ch airs, W H SUA CErsqua RS [I 13-48-B242 4x8d P Ca s *Gua lw maschee $7oT 81et601 chepherd PUr AKC.otsk
juiED WArsonfle VmoeN )NG Mcines $O C E R Eiateopooelm- 1"s .late, leather pockets, LAWN MOWER Skags 863-859-6o6 LABANARDS,8 wks. bi rent shots, $650 i-
tariels3-wr-ou Deth. Co (20)ewr m t TIc L STEEL BUILINGS, NEVER ballI&claw feet, w-th 42", zero turn, runs & block heads, no drool clues crate, tos, food,
Auwworktations.com eduned Mut s Ta- ooler.or Sa1e-44-70-40 PUTUPB25x3, Hielt h $m (14K,9A80 n EwVncratE,- Mow.etw 8 a1 p 95 et
InsMotorcycle.Tru pa area Mark 950 30x42 Sell ime warranty. Can del &t AKC,
B Diess Prod uct u 813-240-1069 DRIVEAY Gates 6' wide 8:38980. 40x56 Sell setup. 813-363-0097 M-Fd911-96M$ 7E Wa r Ace uni. AtKCck,2 d st
Pemses f10' tall. Black w/gold 6990 Manualsl Con- 813-986-6630 YARKEaPUPPk Mt Youye
i l aSto ... leaf. Iron Gates. Comes u reslan included. Ben M -F 11- A Pes c e rRS
.esing .HAnimal -9Industrial Pwllclun $0 1 (0at48 1091 h A Saln S LHEH Re ise o a le 8the8 r es.s w
1Bites A-A-A Attorneyt Peti w00 Dko WLOns $0 1-800 T-E9-I Table 4 V8 iOc iureri, Regd. DAclle C r Vegy81w a pasc oe st REsT. C
ReTerr al Service Equip. David 305-962-1495 Pro Series S CTeur2rna- i, 8mex, R iscove rregyMSoaaRd os os 813-20.4ar2e1t5o0 health N e .
1-87777 33- 11 and OSTEEL BUILD INGL- ment slate, K66 100% BLUEBERRY Plants Gal 100%. Financing Available a d sots reay 3/ A/06 6 e
tGRINDER r wn + Sharp FLOORUS.COM bamboo FACTORY DIRECT BLOW gum rubber ras, dia- Container, heavy roet- P04-070213 $500,600 (863) M 4-4312 YORKIE PUPPIESQuality,
oI--cE #618CAr Surface, grinder $1.93, laminate 88 sol- OUT. 20x24e $2 800in mend sights, carved cab- ed, discount for 500. ren a s premise reg, toysized, baby
SOfficeBEquipment$1500 id $2.70 (850) 350-4430 30x30, $3,900; x60ob inet, new in box, never Call 813-244-5877 ,NaKCbreg.3-Fakel LAB PS Afws racefamily raised, M/F,
94H5 -uavr b (on Td 3-78-9420 4 x8 $a Pr1on233 N er .6 KNIGHT'S NURSERY ready 3/228 $400 eaNtak- 3 yellow F 813 black M nd e
FurnD2 /p $39 AClTC6bhIn900;E50xN20,a$i4e450".used. bs$ se M a #236647 CoN r MALabeataCHr tckef,-6u mat
Av C f frm .99 CENTS SdQ. FT. HUNT DEER, TURKEY, weosd, Gardenia, Bottle AUSTRAILIAN SThepherd 450. R eady Now. 813- vet checked, crate
SORMooco 8Coe.1r2 Sll. rtae tdark n DRVEAGtd Fsi1do? BO3s32ttimew ndelER 3 &ont Chads ( Fr.itt&sVegetables
ise a oExtics, Oak Bamboo s elAIL. SEM I-GUIDE 00 Brush, Palms, Tab bu8a, pups AKC 1st s-lots HC. 37-6311 or 716-3403 r NE 0 cP iES
details. 727-64783 GLASS DOOR COOLERS Porefinished & Unfinish an li HUNTS 5 DAYS ROOM Crotens and much M's& F's T-red,$400. A a T upy aor e s.
G n l a y et c A i lea r b arren s oo fmle s ,B1 9 G E T d r l m h a n d n o w
s ess o m ore! We Deliver .00 OKLAHOMA BORDERING 813-752-7676 PUPPIES E oe tbe
sinAnywhere,5 FL Leca- KANSAS, 1iTRACT AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD iss. For appt 81 -380- rt co
17 hal sets rns, -800-FLOORING ALONG THer CIMARRON LIVE OAKS Minia wies, g.rsAll Colors, 5281/813-982-9045 ]
ta m $15999E Commercial Glass 24x30x9 lansACRES. CALL SND AT 2 GAL 3" CAL 12'..50 Wormed 0N ady to Ge ia, ly OFARM ea1
Walk-I n7C75x- OFmF. dooxcs andt/ ME OI both are end concrete WOOLFOLK RANCH 1rGAio, 2" CAie, 8'..$25 352-628-0b 8c 3er/ m8ea $40. eaNW e CARIyta, 6 re
-733534224mHursS $4F eLBUL Bws4ta r1t
nee, Wholesale to pub- SANDWICH & Pizza Prep COLORS IN STOCK sizes883Ava CR 1 2R333 H E So ,A eo a Sha pses. Peamtentsu oPra- 813-3 37-901 o9r mockameE $9-- 9
c.813-300-6803 Blue Ice g Cream Chairs, WlTH 9 ALLaACCESSO- 8 0 o pWHITETAIL, BUFFALO, *ava 1c* se Cts 1 3 9 813-3509 8 yrainy
Ofi / pizza ovens RIES, 5 O$UICK TURN 6ToonWiLD BOAR. OUR SEA- *l3** 5a77A UShT S, 3F Me
nte I UNL0Y SON: NOW-3/31/06. 0 P # $700. 813- ti60-104 LAB PUPS, AKC, shots, W -
N mixers. GUARkANTEED LICENSE Adonidia Travelers wormed, vet crt. Blockro
HPLCE83HERMAN 81eascASlTeaH th37-618upAVAIAwLETOLLeFRE
Miller Workstations, Al 1t3 1 (888)393-0335. ELECTRICAL powem tools, $5.00- TROPHY IN TWO *Triangle Snindl BOXER 3 months old, has head, champ. bkgrd.
AME/Nui-S 0DFLORIN Bismrk ,exitalkl sht 8pure d,/&d aiga Broe. Pa et iws/ande
Sizes. Lowest Prices! SODA Fountain, 12 head, pipe dies, conduit bend DAYS. NO-G E #i47s4 8 a9 witea soi/blacK3 sota rand arentseog r oaen site.
Stn 813-966-1072almost w/ce ds. Ma- ROOFTILES es, wire, Milwaukee PAYPOLICY. DAYS 5
newworkstati-ns.com chine, walk in cooler, For Saeieapp. 700-800 P erta-Band, Hilti ham- (314)209-9800; EVE-ov le e e $T4 aBrs 3 ,- re t e
Gondolas, racks,tc. Monir barrel roof tiles, drill, mason hand NINGS (314)29-0. Estate Sales ) Mike 813-258-9386 LAB PupsBlack18 AKC, ares
USED Desks from $50.00 813-879-7004/495-6265 Call 803-798-0063 tool s a n WOOW OrK ing r BOXER PUPPIES AKC- hunting stock 2n shoEts o
-All in stock. HAn Desks & in hsg0416some w/w hitne marking. dlcKy, 1 bye600 RA giBer. A m rS
Web #89998 POWER & HAND TOOLS tion, low ml Orinal Whole contents of house. Cash Please Lakeland EqPipment
wi$45a1a8/Hik&R 813-26-078 $4Cf20.ierOK s elAH ing $I arage & Yard Sales)] BULLMASTIFF AKC PUPS HeatCertShots Pupr- JONDnre 0 Cnl
17erhncdrr ie r 1atsAOa $45 Ci/n F-AbRic ON 813-9Ois, deg ., Champline, t Cal 813534-'48
wAteGRTR tor avers ,8 rd. 1751 Tools (2 2 R(Icyles / Services 4 PLANT City, 2404 W'. Vet chk 1st Shoths Big pactadtTra inereo FROHomre lr a or, e
WANTEUL ut.1995 9 1 MlcGee Rd, Sl0at March M/F Fawnsd Reds Nice o 000oL813-263-4237 p at a hydro-
Ofl fiiea eqiper s.ntdFO SR Tas T M 00a gi PT18. 7AM-1P-M. ele08 .ea 48 0rAarch 1st state front end lead-
wurniturehhNew oy wdeid D- purchased from TVC Micro-wave & Mere BULL Terrier, AKC, 8wks, nwbponts.AC H W H Foale t poA ow
an- Vt Thames BikCe shop, i n/b. EkNpos. M hC.WF ball as -pit b. J4 w
alcentsea M ancolors give the est vae in excellent condition, PLANT CI 2504 Doene parents on premises, $1000 (863) 22-7449 drive. 105 s. Can de
nemore.altpu-ArlDo LtOYurselfInfo maesnd. forklifts in the $999. 813-641-8900 DrStrch 8sAMcarentsloneCWeb791684r vrlocallym$499
8-1388-51e1vabeHtTv til ? Clothes, books, sots, Vet crt. 1M 2F, 55 (813)643-542
lcour 8 6u C ar (813)968-6150 Sun Pavers 1401 US Ewy. 301 P no remodeling? Lo cter s $ 10 6-
www.sunpavers.com Tpa. Larry 813-620-1337. Need a tutor or piano t tms '$7000813-316-5A ARu'ts
MilrA t(33Rlessens? Turn to At .L......o W a orh da,- '. "' o- TRACTOR John Deere,
Equipment PATIO Furniture, White FORKLIFT-TAMPA Forklift Your Service for a PLANT City 702 W. CAIRN Terrier Pups, AKC 4100 hydrostatic,
S ePcPVC 54" Round Table 6 since 1974. Parts, Svc multitude of businesses McCienonSat March & CKC. family raised, MALTESBICHON Pu- automatic trans, bel
S-,12m. osHD, w cushionsGoodCond. Sales &Racking. 321eN. lend a helping hand clners, lafes sze www.mccatysteiers fy, family raised, $600& loader, l, $1290C
52 FD, inos 2XP. $350-r .... 813-960-9492 40th St. 813-623-5251 lding clothes and shoes, toys, .co (352) 591-2271 oP. HC. 352-220-0351 813-672-0355i
One Year Warranty Ynealiclr -0 contenteddogs.com
i[sOkt.ombComputersltoyhd itthenees(12EoosOO & more Salesg LArres Bk( Fruit & Vegetables 3]
USERMkcomComputersSell itotoday. Can't find Fide? toy oasitotheneeds ofAVALIERtya80iq0Kng, CleRsPACA ntEsto AKC rag.,
r813-264-0408 83-259-7500 Lost-Found ads can help! Call813-259-7500 La qE eS sh health ca F Brtso 1stiShots, EVANb You
ln stoys, women & child- bo1s & /1irls. $900 & Otd DoRes $00K SaMber's, Come pick
8 61ran's clothes, golf set,$100727-819-8732. OLDestboyRn
much misc. March 17th (9413 150-5176 Ares. n47na3e t icMA cnT
& 18th, Fri & Sat, 8-5 no AVA-MALT males, vet exit 14, South to Hwa h
early#birds please, checked, health carts, 9 MALTESE PUPPIES, Tak- 92 turn left on 92.
910W. Cherry.St. weeks old, absolutely y ing deposits, ready ohORnESe
7 LNT CITY Walden $500.00 (941)322-9208 Males $600. Fem. $750. day f
Lake/E. 508 Sandawood Cash. 813-477-2867 s3- ts2 forge
8AM to Noon. Multi fain- sale, M s.F.oP MULPTI Poe, CKC, papers YOU Pick Strawberries
Ofeeimta& FIe ani *e, readyd e Ready Mac I Quarts $1, Bring contain-
fFurniture.,Phone c car, toys clothes, neals$1,200(352) ,0-4 A Sl o rblere adyt ers- Opn Dad i y
sitchenWappliances, Tr rier recreationall items. each., 81-316-8031 $700. Please Call to Sun City Center, las
m Coongar rm, HC, PITBULL Pus$s l-M, l-F, erry7Bay Fars.
DIeoseIowormedtHC,811wiks. heath ot. 813-i42-b866
83IHUAvSAavCKCtetavail 3/25, 1-blue & wht, POODLES Parti Boys#and COW HAY-Fresh cut,
tan F-$h00. Taking dep. Black, Champline, Call 813- 737-44549
e PLTs 813-960-307800 486-0366 Health Cart. $650/up no answer please leave
Equipmet lACHIHUAHFliteda(863) 537-1648 message.
C5 malese, b &PwTitoeba- BLACK, cream, apricot, Januar $16-$22 e
AM HD2800NewOC$SERViC e 1974.ParsSvc mulitu brdbeas. Ready 3/18 863- CKC, avail 3/11, taking roll. Highwaya39 ands
RUSHEDASPHALY DRIVE Mai..rs &-DCisew RntlsWeaon lA,8FT x 8FT. Coy- 868-5716 / 63-513-3311 d.ea M-$700u F-$800u byass, Zephyrhills.
F4Eiti ilmTonS Hell Go nd al (e-s& to Nprovenaisar$ 813-737-4703" l244-0024' 813-782-5156
5 CoDcrt.Rund Rocks.and "X".-Sof Quakers. $600. 2 CHOW-CHOW Pu p s, AKC1
546-323.t h Flrida.v. -$325-$375 Cash Only hath cert., 'shots,AHA old15
882-7o1h-7!8 0 ,.32 .'.,:..... ParNotCaaabik/slvr 813-632-0666 wormed, soiled $500 H
fish0in2 Pareeats both & health certs. $6 he. champ father DNA' Rescue, ridesgood. 7yr
"SERICE o f wr $-k de mother champ lines' oldlargepony, endingg
men'srtea0/L 4Hstrock rsd romepo
Apnes-OCORGI/PEMBROKE AKC ality +, $695-7 00 Reay G eonSEx
A.pointmntseI PuPieheath O now! 813-909-9698. $1200.941-18-6637
&.athFri.&S'"' "' Free ato go h e. oy Cards ,.AvHA Reg, Sorrel Mare,
91 U yPreferred Auto SpatyednVtr eek813-299-1626-' payeoSaneepos, reasothontralaeriRde
Lae".3-" 0"reet0ood0home. 352-523-1360 D C
No Extra Charge to Core Divislen Storage 813-73-23 D, vaccines(813) 96/-6612 DA&kve.CHSHUAHNDPUPP0SfMINOIP tb e
R fMoto3Nooi.IMul tusinmsa cream red and brindle ARABIAN Rag. PB Gray
oFoudanons o~jbb jI)10 J m Redman color. tall Leny 76at RAT Terrier Pups UKC ShowsColt, 2irsbold, db
S4or,. F,,r..I P i813-610-710 87- Lovable Rare colors Ti- All Jamaa, halter
Emergency~ hourvice ,1. 0lI ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS, nyfToys-minis $350&up trained, very gentle.
kitchnaplianhsaentron b -(352)591-2271 www. $2,500. 813-634-1921
on Agricultural Liecr ,Bai,,,, 752-2212 R$A1laefatstines' 2F,eh3 monthseE e ners Eas
ENGLISH BULLDOG AKC hua, hig oned1 block now 813-049-1126 winin
nhair, shtsf, meg.63Bloodlin1heaes, H,.POP, sire2DNA suncitystablesDcom
"'qpnrlotie publiondate. Male 10 iks old. Read y cert. Pu Vo Granth er
C65 4437 of Vo813-865-4437;lers (2(863).409-6629Dof
--.' ,,,:,-, ,i,',ii2r,,. -1- .. .0 CALL 813,7520712 TDAY. ENGLISH MASTIFFA, PUPS, 83 3
87 *..r r160nt presnct,, taking,(t Ha You'll find value boys
71 3-570-7'420 1&'whi: POODES ,.MiBadvertised in Classifieds.
28 THE COURIER MARCH 16,2006
[C Horses & Cattle J) ( Driver / Delivery )) General )] (( General )) ([ General J ((Hotel/Housekeeping)) (( Trades ) (( Legal Notices ))
HORSE TRAILER 2006, 2 DRIVER District Manager If DRIVER- NOW HIRING HELP WANTED FRONT Desk & House- FOREMEN TO LEAD UTILI- bring the building or
horse slant, drop dwn ou're customer- QUALIFIED DRIVERS Earn Extra Income as- keepers, must be flex & TY CONTRACT FIELD structure in compliance
wind. dress rm. all 1 CHECK focused, committed to FO CENTRAL FLORIDA semblin CD cases from available weekends. CREWS. OUTDOOR with ordinances of the
alum. $8990. success and eager to LOCAL & NATIONAL Home. Working with Comfort Inn Plant City. PHYSICAL WORK MANY City of Plant City and the
352-628-1916 THIS OUT!! build your management OTR POSITIONS. FOOD Top US companies. 813-707-6009. ENTRY-LEVEL POSI- estimated costs hereof,
career, we'd like to talk GRADE TANKER NO Start Immediately. No TIONS, PAID TRAINING. together with the esti-
MINITURE Donkeys All without about an HAZMAT NO PUPS experiencenecessary$2 Medical/Health CareR PLUS BEDUCATIONUSES mated value of the same
A1es, 1 Mule, LOCAL DRIVERS portunity to join our GREAT BENEFITS, COM- 1-800-40!6 19 Et 1 Medical/Health2Care) /AHER PROMOTIONLIVE after vaurs are more
813- 625-6156 eam.In this operational PETITIVE PAY & NEW www.easywork- ING ALLOWANCE WHEN fully e forth in the ad-
813-920-5741 AUBURNDALE TERMINAL role, you will assist our EQUIPMENT. NEED 2 greatpay.com CNA/HHA or mature exp TRAVELING, COMPANY dendum attached hereto.
Class A CDL independent contrac- YEARS EXPERIENCE. person to care for an TRUCK AND BENEFITS.
Flatbed, van &tanker tors, customer service CALL BYNUM TRANS- Owner Operators: elderly person. Excel- MUST HAVE STRONG Schools Accordingly,itisthe
POLE BARNS Garages, exp plus, department and divi- PORT FOR YOUR OPPOR TAKE THE FIRST STEP lent sale. Call Mon-Fri LEADERSHIP SKILLS A I finding of the Building In-
workshops, iorse barns Students Welcome! sion managers in build- TUNITY TODAY. TOWARD A BETER 95.863-66-1888GOOD DRIVING HSTO spectr that the buIVING
* 20x20x9 $2,600 ing and maintaining an (800)741-7950. FUTURE! RY AND BE ABLE TO AMEICA'S DRIVING or structure is damage
S20x3x9 $4,200 MULBERRRY TERMINAL excellent standard (800)741-7950f Lease Purchase TRAVEL THROUGHOUT ADEMY START UR deteriorated or defective
- 224x49 $4032 Class A CDL service to our subscrib- DRIVERS CDL A. SPE- Plan Available *CNA'S FLORIDA. RESUME TO DRIVING CAREER! OF- to such an extent that
24x40x9 020 Recent grads welcome! ers. CrAL ORIENTATION PAY o Great pay Loveable, Dependable, RECRUITER3@OSMOSE. FERING COURSES IN the cost of such restora-
Other Sizes Availabe 1-888-562-9066 Strong communication FOR EXPERIENCED DRIV- Guaranteed ome time caregivers, Autumn COM OR FAX: CDL A & B. ONE TUITION tion and repair will ex-
LIC# CBC1253330 driveccc.com skills, time and stress- ERS! HOME WEEKENDS! No Lease-On Costs Assist Livin 1307 E. (985)871-0605 FEE! MANY PAYMENT ceed fifty per cent (50/o)
813-713-2333-788-3501 management skills and GREAT PAY & BENEFITS! Spouse Rider Program Baker 813-752-1648 WWW.OSMOSEUTILITIE OPTIONS! NO REGISTRA of the value ereo aer
87 3 "' a high school diploma PAID TRAINING FOR e Paid Orientation S.COM EOE M/F/D/V. TION FEE! (888)808-5947 such restoration or re-
QUARTER Horse-$500, or G.E.D. are required. SCHOOL GRADS! CY- Miller TransporHer ,nc. Restaurants INFO@AMERIASDRIVI pair and constitutes a
Pony-;500 Mini-$200 Bilinqual PRESS TRUCK LINES, Call Brian Restaurants/ Work At Home NGACADEMY.COM. t ublic nuisance as de-
All Kid-sa'e. + 30 more! .. (English/Spanish) a INC. at our Plant City, FL Hospitality/Clubs EARN DEinet Chapter 78, of
Will finance anyone. $0 lus. WWW.CYPRESSTRUCK. location HELP WANTED from home. *Medicalan
dn, $100/mo. Many You'll earn a com etitive COM (888)808-5846. 1-866-581-8976 KITCHEN HELP F/T Aply Earn Extra Income as- *Business,*Paralegal You are required that the
beautiful paints! Wiil DRIVERS Class A for fam- salary plus monthly per- www.millert.com in person Chancy Cat- semblin CD cases from *Computers *Crimnal building or structure on
trade & rent $15/hr, ily oriented coman, lo- formance bonuses, and EMBROIDERY Production fish Shack N. Park Rd Home. working with Justice. Job Placement. saidremises be demol-
$25/day. Call now: cal regionall xce'fent you'll be eligible for oth- Fulltime experience re- PERSONAL Asst. for Real 813-754-0477 or Top US companies. Computer provided. Fli- shed and removed b
y8l-564912Cl w Pay&Ca8t1n3bent efTlodingmalf d p e e Lal TopUSmcomanies.N Co muIter ovi. Fshedand removed by
813-649-1126 www. Pay. Ca813-737-3884 er eneits cing ma erred $8. iir start 813- st 813-752-7224 Start immediately. No financial ai qualify. April 4th, 2006.
suncitystables.com or medical, dental,life 754-7360 while you earn,P/T Stu- x erience necessary. (8) 858-2121 Ap.
LIFE = OPPORTUNITIES insurance, 401K, vaca- dent OK, Spanisha + experience necessary. (866) 858-212
SPANISHMUSTANG,Coof raing. EMBROIDERYProduction mputer ills faxreMANAGERFT Experience 1-800-405-7619Ext.14 www.onlinetidewaterte ifthe above is not com-
months oldANG Colt, seveyo-e verh o ro nd yrainiorR o o sume 813-659-8683 a must. Sneligrove's www.easywork- ch.com pleted bythe specified
9 months old, Dun Buck- running your ownusi- For consderation or to FT Experienced prefer- Restaurant, 109 S. greatpay.com date, it then becomes
skin, exc. bloodine, can ness? I so, having your learn more, send your red hourto start PROPERTY MAINTE- Collins St. Plant City necessary that the work
be resdn up to date on own newspaper route resume and salea t A E MA E C s it
evein. 2 obo. mightbe justwhatyou quirementsto TheTam- Scrers. Ex813-4-7360NANCEPOSITIONavaitors. 813a- EARN DEGREE ONLINE costs. he
a 523are looking for! pa Tribune, attn: Linde a be for a retired, SERVERS Treat.$$'s ft/pt atedis th thday of
e FORKLFT/WAREHOS e edw healthy, strong indivisu- Branchanch Dining M sions of the paove men-
WANTEDsubeHorses, urre anva p Road, Riverview, FL ools.com 1-800-782-3240 ext 261. for everyhr with retirementin- Room Plant City tioned ordinan Cty, Florda
nin, goats, sheep, la- to $300 sign-on bonus. If 33569 or e-mail to staring good benfit come. Rental unit pro- 8152-1957 *ARALEGAL costs thereoftaxed as a
EiMPLYMENT Cda 81-75-107CCMrUlTI2aT To subsErirebe, all Keyr youe e dth A ROUGHE l
mas, cattle & anyani- you are able to work ear circulationjobs@tampat Awpply in person voided. Call 813-754-6257 Turn unwanted items *COMPUTERS ei againstthe reel
mal except cats or morninghours7 rib.com (no attach- oCourt, PlantCity between9AM-4PM for intod tit cash with Classifieds, 77aL b-i
dogs. Tack, trailers ,& daysaweek) andoave ments).Please refer- interview appointment PUTER PROIED. FlM- the speif at for-
SERVICES areIndepedent Con-PUTER PROVIDED. F ther specifies th78.718at Remedies
equi. Top prices ai. depenableTrnsrta- Medical/Healn the(Medical/Health Care)) (EAVYMedical/Health Care)- EQUIPMENTo
home. Call yni tion this cou nx- tline.erator Training Bulldoz- TEACHER Preschool-will ELECTRICIAN TradesNANCIAL AID r
now 813-649-1126 cellent opportunity for TIE TAMPA TRIBUNE is er, Bc es, Lders, trin immediate pen ResidentialNETDEWAT failure to refund such
rRN, amees Load tr1I1 BARTOW nEGIONAL Rn iDFANTNocn-bsdettaIeTrwnouse-
you. an eual Oportunit MEDICADump Trucks, Grader, wings 813-967-4541 S. Tampa. CallWarner aEROF CODEMNA f
For information c Employe drugtet is Scrapers. Excavators. 813-29-8274 ERTECH.COM.safe buildings.
Carrie at (813) TRIBUNE required for this pos- Floria Training Na- TOMATO INSPECTORS. ASE NO: 6041-206 (ode 1977,119.14)
or e-mail us at tn. ionl Certific pron gram- Fi- F tha. Dept. of Agri.gned to get care to Secthis 8th day of
circulationjobs@tampatU nancial Aacsistance- Job Ruskin/Mulberry. Seae- Classified services Graer W. R eynolds Street bru na wfu forry2006.
com trib.conoe. Call AIM 1-888- TH TR Placement 800-383- sonal, HS grad or equiv- of care shopper's us Excavars it F33563 any person to violate any
ments). Please refer- 7364 AssociatedTrain- ale No s exprecalsts. personal showroom J.C. KENT
in subject line and in- scenvironmools.com 1-800-782-3240 ext 261. fr every budticipation. P ET ity of vanity, Florida
cue your AIM 1-888- Ca Sk.When it's a vehicle T ABSTRACT OF SECTION
"AllEMPLOYMENT Dnewser carriers 813-259-7500 813-TRIBUNE Keyword: CarSeeker speed to Classifieds.
SALl nesS C e ( A Tai Street6 lars (20903-000 obesn
SERVICES are Inependent Con-T R wwws.com re is
of The Tampa TribuOe" medical / Health Car) C ae)) herein in addition to ax-
A EtractorsN R not e mp loyee e)) ((Medical/Health Care)) (Medical/Health Care)) ((Medical/Health Ca i Remedies e
e Com CARDIAC CATH LAB DIRECTORisting condemnation
I1BAR OW6RE IONAinthis chapter shall be
EARN DEGREE Online na --W RrO A CITY OF PLANT CITY, cumulative and in addi-
from home *MedicalGeneral I-=FLORIDA NOTICE ANb tion to the other rem-
h *dica expanded text, photos -o(863) 5T19-1400o or send to: 2200 Osprey Blvd., em nt a l: r procepl e o lE
*Business *Paralegalede endvibp rB EOE/DFW uCE"ORDER OF CONDEMNAll r edis provide d for the
*Computers *Criminal AIRLINE MECHANIC Rap- EnDsCALCuNsEfB, TIONe p ed-
Justice. Job Placement /I [ MECANIC ap- ngsctunafbilins
Computer provided Fi- id training for high pay- Bartow Regional Medical Center offers new CASE NO: 6041-206 e(Co de 1977, 119.14)
no reuires.Will Traiif ng Aviation Careerid FAA ers Dump Trucks,
866-858-2121 predicts severe short- programs that redesigned to get care to TO:EbenezeerDowe Section 7719. Penalties
S age. Financial aid if qual-patents faste and to provide expanded services Graders, Scrapers, 1703 W.ReynoldsStreet fr vilatins
.cAlomn ppl dance. Call AIM 1-888- nd options. Our mission of care dedicates us c nsCity, Fl.33563 anyerson violate any
Sg re t Pa C, F. 3* Home periodically during the week
349-5387theandCustomer Service Flord 4-5 trips. M-F t provision ofth1,800 is caper
CUSTOMER-ERVICechnology equipment RE: Condemnation of r any orer of the Build-
AIRLINE MECHANICRap-physiciansandspecialists need to treat patients NatiRegional 1209 W. Washington ing Inspector issued pur-
id training for high pay- with thehihe quality care. For arewardin Street suant to authority grant-
omming Anviationn Careern FAA Cerfication d herein, orto remove
ompupredicts severerort- career in health care, come work in an -F Average 65K annually mutilatee or deface an
nit e! aie/ !mi p ns s ialstsCompany medical, dental, vision benefits
Fiailad. 7f 31 Company paid life insurance
ify. Job placement asses- -Job Placement the above location and herein, and any person
[ nce. Call AIM 1-888- -8 ay out Locl opan pd t an oany ot
T company d vers also matching 401 pun-
U F^ nv|iro i nen ear kd PT c ipmio Requirements: Our OTR Tractor Trailer Drivers must have CDL
34 -3 7 .' 1IC lass A istan ce ns e, safe d escriving r e o rd asnd 2 yea rs of tractor/traile r -
EMPLOYMENT DELIVERY/WAREHOUSE/ re800tir-383-7364 RealPrope located atshed by a fine not to ex-Great home driving experience.
pharmacy 727 547923 ttime. Clas A CDL & If you are a truck 1209W. r as ington ceed five hundred d-ity,
lent ortunity. Aim CallSafetyfordetai973-enced to serve not x-
SAdministrate Thursda feeding ninety (90chdays
Generalfice St PanCity. DA S HOUSE SUPERVISOR wwwatsn-schools.com Sub-standad StMa r cture attheiscretion6pmthe
DISPATCHER FT/ $11- .-..8. o1o163762-Ol The repair necessary to (Coda 1977,119.15)
DATA ENTRY! Work From 14/hr familiarw/TampaSaturday, March 25th 8am 5pm
Anywhere. Flexible Phones, Cust. Svc. Dixie Stop by our booth and register for a door prize o r / Delivery
Staff81ing (6 81 CC De at ivw.dry.jobs to view or apply for our current trucking
Hours. Personal Coin- Staffing (813) 879-2165 -. "CARDIAC CATH LAB DIRECTOR
puter Required. Excel- EaeoCs_
lent CareerOpportundi Enhance yr Classified
ty. Serious Inquiries on Ad with Click & uy. Dart Container encourages
80o plEo allows you to addfrm'ealsonnDa
more information tou .'. If you would like more information, please Oi m'oI Jr
( Child / Adult Care I yearprintad with fax your resume to: (863) 519-1475, phone: Ou r i-
expanded text, photos (863) 519-1400 or send to: 2200 Osprey Blvd., 3nil Vr, i'wr..:,irtgicr pecri r:io
PLANT City Area Pre and vibrant multi- IartowIFLI3a83I.iEO'/DFWi
School Teachers needed media uploads. Offer w I I gi m Bartow, FL 33830. EOE/DFWrvi Eroa nidi r .
experie nce preferred but a fixed price_4 1r, [o o xh3 _jr mov
not requires. Will Train or let buyers id 0001625121-01 reiaraing aher, irere'. a h,aiilriy d,:,e
813-857-64575.( Driver/Delivery )1 r( Driver/Delivery 'I( Driver/Delivery ii (Driver/Delivery j r Driver'Delivery ',per; ornaii r'.e wi IiIarni a ,riienr,.i6
TEACHER I yrear C~p rni -- ...l riu, u I%'. i e' H .M -re arE,'_,o Co!
;.nce recuirld ,.'h E I. ire adEcr,i,,ge' ,r, ,v,.rT.r, I,'r T'T ind
I-2 yr olds Callc 3-ii -A a. "' i
) lor S .p bd 21 W is', DaLI C:,r.nir ahih3les
Ali., ndprS ti,:,rapphica
ion. Home every weekend
Home periodically during the week
E E 'm a nD i s .4-5 trips. M-F totaling 1.800-2.000
Senlnung r,,:ai~nd .-" Regional destinations
pen-dabie personfora .--.".0/0andd d for O Company owned and permanently
lading Plasic Ma-needed f
I3mturer. Candciates .W assigned equipment
must have eycelienb
':ommunication and ,. : Quarterly safety bonuses
s.omputer skills. Fuii NEW Average $65K annually (based on location)
re.sumeto ,Pae: Emi Company medical, dental, vision benefits
pr-erkin,,e.paradiseiruirt PAY P-ACKA E Company paid holidays and vacation time
S1m754.r1 I8 Company paid life insurance
5-8 days out. Local Company paid relocation package
SDriver/ Delivery J)OUL Company paid contribution and company
THISN I needed. PT & semi- Requirements: Our OTR Tractor Trailer Drivers must have CDL
.E Class A license, safe driving record and 2 years of tractor/trailer
COURIER Roure ,Slat retired Ok Great home driving experience.
-1harmacy 72 54-92 time. A If you are a truck driver interested in a new opportunity,
DELIVERY DRIVER P.,'T- C3s Lcome visit us at:
hr.- Ciass'B M-F.in yr exp required.
s.aLeonly, Plant City. yr-exp:required. Mid America Truck Show
81 ., .- 4 .. ..... .Thursday, M arch 23rd Saturday, M arch 25
DRIVERS LCT WANTS Kentucky Exposition Center
YOU! OTR drivers. solos Call Safety for details
o- rleams. 3 months e.. Louisville, Kentucky
perience ., CDL-A HAZ T y2 1
required. Full berefits 1 80Thursday, March23rdt-lpam-6pm
packjge. 2003. 70051-80 0- 2 6- 8 7 Friday, March 24th 10am 6pm
E,,0uipmetr`1. CalL Saturday, March 25th 8am 5pm
S c,:rtatCor r,.or
il I..T .. 'Stop by our booth and register for a door prize or visit our website
C8as-i9ise0sr206 .1 at www.dart.jobs to view or apply for our current trucking
omesfurniture ad. :'. Dart Container encourages
sporrng oo -": -applications from females and
':mnurers.,:iulhes. per ,r,,nonfii EOE-A
MARCH 16, 2006 "fE COURIERl*.29
([ Legal Notices )) ( Legal Notices )} ( Legal Notices J (( Legal Notices ) ([ Legal Notices ) (( Legal Notices ]) Legal Notices ) 00% Mortgages F I
It any interested party vided tor. clerk of this Court at service on Petitioner cr 100% HOME FINANCING!
Section 78.725. Extension has een aggrieved in (Code 1977, 119.12) 419 Pierce St., im #125 I mmediatelv threifter. Judith P. Part, Secretary Adopted by the City u Regardless of credit! All
of time to comply. that alegalright has Tampa, Florida 33602 or .)i" '.:*-' .-. Sunshine State Federal Commission on March situations considered!
If the interested parties. been denied or violated Section 78.730. Appear- P.O. Box 989, Tampa, Fl fault may be entered Savings and Loan Asso 13, 2006. Purchase / Refinance!
under Section 78.724 or the order is not justi- ance by counsel. 33601 before service (in against you for the re- ciation Cash in 10 days! Great
shall have in ood faith fied by the fac y Any appear Pet r immediate- lief demanded in the pe- JOHNL ICKS Low Rates! Immediate
and in due'time, begun within fifteen (15) days forethe City Commission ly thereafter. If you fail titon. No:3054 2/16;23, 2006 MAYOR-COMMISSIONER Loan Decisions! Apply
work to comply'with the after the service of the under this chapter may to do so, a default may FINANCIAL on-line @
orderbut tappearsthey noticeand orderfile appear personorby be entered against you Copies of allcourtdocu- RESOLUTION NO52-2006 ATTEST: FINANCWestshoreMortge.
will not be able to com- with the City Clerk a no- counsel, but may not ap- for the relief demanded ments in this case, in- com, 813-854-2300
plete the work by the tice of appeal in a form near through any person in the petition. cludinq orders are A RESOLUTION PROVID- VIRGINIA L HELPER (Licensed Mortgage
date ordered, they ma, to be prescribed by the i otherwise a stranger to availa le at the Cerk of ING NOTICE OF PRO- CITY CLERK ( Business for Sale ) Brokerage Business)
t0u iL Business for Sale Brokerage Business)
fie written request City Clerk The notice of the record. Copies of all court docu- the Circuit Court's of- POSED ENACTMENT OF
satingthereason they appealshallspec (Code 1977, 119.13) ments in this case, in-: ice. You may review AN AMENDMENTCTOTHE Approved as to form and EL HEN Fu BY NLEC LD
have been unable to wherein the anpealing "cluding orders, are these documents upon ZONINGORDINANCE OF correctness: DELl/KITCHEN Fully$ 0 lar SCLLsE wHiL
complete compliance rty's rights have been Section 78.731. Determi- available at the Clerk of request. THE CITY OF PLANT Equipped. $35,000 OBO Do CHMAN in
and if reasonable denied or the fact which n action of appeal. the Circuit Court's e- CITY, FLORIDA. KENNETH W. BUCHMAN Inventory Included 48 hours. Private Money.
rounds are shown show the order is not The City Commission fice. You may review You must keep te CITYATTOENEY8 43-7043 Call Gerald Danley.
terefore, the Building justified. Immediately shall after full hearing, these documents upon Clerk of the Circuit Whereas, this City Comn- l 813-985-8885
inspector is authorized upon filin of the appeal, under Section 78.728, de- request. Court's office notified mission has on this date NO: 2138 3/16/2006 Business 1 TAMPA'S # Investor
to issue an amended or the City Cerk shall termine weather the of your current address. read for first reading the RESOLUTION NO 53-2006 Opportunities Resources for Hard Mon
der authorizing, not to transmit the notice of building or structure in- You must keep the (You may file Notice of proposed ordinance ppo esResources orHarMon
exceed, afifteen-day ex- appeal with the original volved in the hearing is, Clerk of the Circuit Current Address, Florin herein after referred to; A RESOLUTION PROVID- ey!100% financing with
tension of time in which or copies of all matters in fact, a nuisance as de- Court's office notified da Family Law Form and ING NOTICE OF PRO- #1CORPORATE/SPORTS highest LTV'sR No jun
to complete compliance pertaining to the con- fined in this chapter or of your current address. 12.915.) Future papers POSED ENACTMENT OF APPAREL FRANCHISE fees! Rahab draws
with the order, damnation of the partic- otherwise legally subject (You may file Notice of in this lawsuit wil be Whereas, Joey Webb, AN ORDINANCE BY THE FULL TRAINING AND upfront. Call Jay Crott
(Code 1977,119.07) ular building or structure to condemnation in con- Currebt Address, Flori- mailed to the address Billy Webb and Central CITY COMMISSION OF SUPPORT. NOEXP. for infot813-258-800.At
to the City Commission. formity with all constitu- da Family Law Form on record at the clerk's Florida Assembly of Je- THE CITY OF PLANT NEEDED. FINANCING antic MitalAssociats
Section 78.726. Action The City Commission tional ri hts. If the ap- 12.915) Future papers in office. hovah's Witnesses has CITY, FLORIDA, AS RE- AVAIL. CALL (800)727- Inc. Li'd MortgageBkr
on failure to comply, shall direct the City Clerk oellant sows by compe- this lawsuit will be initiated a change in the QUIRED BY SECTION 6720. EMAIL WWW. www.acafla.com
If the owner or other to send a notice to the tent evidence that the mailed to the address WARNING: Rule 12.285, zoning map designation 166.041, FLORIDA STAT- EMBROIDME.COM ,
parties in interest shall party appealing and to building or structure on record.on record at. Florida Family Law of a parcel of land; now UTES AND OTHER APPLI-
fail to comply with any the Building Inspector of does not constitute a the clerk's office. rules of Procedure, re- therefore CABLE LAW. ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE
order under this chapter a date upon which it will nuisance as herein set quires certain automat- DO YOU EARN $800 /
within the time therein hold a hearing on the aop. out, or that a constitu- WARNING: Ruies 12.285, ic disclosure of docu- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Whereas, this City Com- DAY? 30 MACHINES,
fixed, the same shall be peal. This notice shall be tional right has been vio- Florida family Law rules ments and information. CITY COMMISSION OF mission has on this date FREE CANDY ALL FOR
promptly reported to the served at least seven (7) lated the notice and or- of Procedure, requires Failure to comply can re- THE CITY OF PLANT read for first reading the $9,995. (888)629-9968
City Commission, upon days prior to the hearing, der shall be quashed. If certain automatic dis- sult in sanctions, includ- CITY, FLORIDA: proposed ordinance 802000033. CALL US:
consideration thereof which shall be held not no such showing ap- closure of documents ing dismissal ot striking hereinafter referred to; WE WILL NOT
may by resolution direct later than sixty (60) days pears, the notice and or- and information. Failure ofpleadings. Section 1. As required by now therefore BE UNDERSOLD!
the vacting, demolishing after this notice. The fil- der shall be sustained, to comply can result in Section 166.041, Florida REAL ESTATE
or remove, either with ing of the notice shall The City Commission sanctions, including dis- Dated 2/28/06 Statutes and other ap- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE
city forces or by inde- stay all proceedings un- may make modifications missal or striking of plicable law, the Cit. CITY COMMISSION OF Do You Earn $800 in a FOR SALE
pendent contractor, sub- der the notice an order. of te order where the pleadings. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Commission of the ty THE CITYOF PLANT Day? 30 Machines and
mitting the lowest and The City Commission evidence shows that COURT of Plant CityFlorida CITY, FLORIDA: Free Candy All For
best bid, of any such shall review the file and equity an justice de- Dated 2/28/2006 BY: ELLEN P. NEUBAUM does hereby give nice 95.Ca 1-888-753-(Real Estate Wanted
building or structure. unless disposed of under handsome modification Deputy Clerk of the proposed enact- Section 1. As required by 84 0 AIN#BO2000033
(Code 977, 119.07) Section 7 729shall hear thereof. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT NO:20273/9;16;23;30, 06 ment of an ordinance en- Section 166041 Florida Call Us: We Will Not Be LOCAL Handyman look-
the evidence of any and (Code 1977,119.11) COURT NTHE CRCUI COURT titled,and the substance Statutes and oher ap- Undersold! ing to buy houses thai
Section 78.727. Assess- all parties appearing in BY: Ellen P. Neubaum IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.of which is: rlicable law, the CityC need work. Will astc
meant ofcost. the-appeal, and after a NO:2127 3/16/2006 Deputy Clerk OF THE THIRTEENTH JU- of of the City A Local Cash Vendin y assignment con
if the CityCommission fullhearingofthemate- DA UIT.INAND AN ORDINANCE AMEND. of Plant City, Florida Biz. Must Sell. 1-866- tracts. No Fees,, Any
proceeds under Section rial evidence presented NO:2028 3/9;16:23:30, 06 OR H L S ROUGH NNG THE DISTRICT BOUN does hereby n give nice 8230223 AN #02410 Area or Condition,
8.726 the City Commis- on the issues, shall af- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DARIES OF THE ZONING of the propose enact- quick Closin, Bring all
sion shall assess the en- firm, modify or quash the OF THE THRTEENTH JU- Case No 06DR3485 MAPOFPLANT CITY et o an ordinance en- EARN INSTANT [eals. No ees, Any
tire cost of suchvacation, notice andoorder ofrcon- DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Division:R FLO RIDR, A ENACT=D titled: CASH$$ Area or Condition
demolition or removal demnation therein FOR HLLSBROUGH BY CHAPTER 102, PLANT Processing Simple E- Quick Closing Brin al
against therealproperty involedand af me in O COUNTYFLORIDA JOHN W. KEEN TYCODE, SONASTO ANORDINANCE OFTHE mailsIOneme. Make eals. Call 3 im Nagy
upon whichsuchncost which to perform. (Code IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PetitiCTnerANGT ZN CITY OF PLANT CITY $25.00 ere-mail.Guar- 813.843.2233
was incurred. This as- 1977,119.10) OF THE THIRTEENTH JU- CASE NO: 04-19009 and CLASSIFICATION OF A FLORIDA, AMENDINd anteed. More Amazing
t, Sec Appea AL CIRCUIT IN AND Division:R KATHRYN BOYD ELF L SECTION7-91, PLANT Programs. Data Enty.
shall constitute a lien Section 78.729. Appea, OR HI ROUGH n EAST OF NORTH IO P Answer Surveys
upon oertsue- roced mmissiure COUNTY FLORIDA HUNG VAN DANG MARYLAND AVENUES $5.00-$75.s00 Per Survey.
nor to all others, except The City Commissipn Petitioner NTICE OF ACTION F ORTH OF 1-WEV ON CERTAIN DEDSI Join Now! We Buy Houses
taxes, and file among the shall conduct hearings CASE NO: 04-19009 and DISSOLUTION OF MAR- CSIOUTFO R A AN ATED STREETS; PROHIB- www.RealCashPrograms e U o
pub c and records of under this chapter in a Division:-R THOI THACH RAG E I MOU OF SAM ALLE. ITING PARKING ALONG A .com Other Guys Won't!
he County a notice of manner to regulate the Repondent TO:KathrvnLvnn Boyd ROAD FROMC-1A NEIGH" PORTION OF NORTH Instant Contract. Cash.
assestmert and lien admissibility of cumula- HU ep ondent TO: Kathryn n own BORHOOD BUSINESS COLLINS STREET, PRO- Any Area, Condition
as...tm.n f t of HUNG VAN DANG address is unknown DISTRICT AND R-1A
which shall show the na- .tive evidence and may Petitioner NOTICE OF ACTION DISTRT AND R1A HIBITING PARKING Situation. If You Call
ture of such assessment, require on furthernoice and FOR: Family Name YOU ARE NOTIFIED that SINGLE-FAMILYDWLL ALONG A PORTION OF HILLSBOROUGH & Saw- You'll Sell. 813-645-1198
and lien, the amount to he partiesthat they LINH DUY VO Chanae action has been filed/ .D ,U WOODROW WILSON r o OBo
dherofiand anaccurate file an ere nas triedf aRespondenit- TO:w de Tack un- anst you and that MUTN H NAT70 STREET; PROVIDING FOR restaurants business WE BUY SINKHOLE
description of the prop simple written statement Rpd known address n- you arereqnuired thatrv ING DISTRICT IN AC- SEVERABILITY; AND rerysua bsinv ess. WB S
actd ther wma ftyor facts OTICEF ACTI n a you a rerqeosr e- CORDANCE WITH THE PROVIDING FO'RAN EF- Very small investment
ertya ectedth ereby ofthetmaifactor NOTICE OF ACTION YOU ARE NOTIFIED Lhat ice tycopyofyour writ- GENERAL SITE DEVELOP FECTIVE DATE. 813-961-8715 to qualiTy. HOMES$CASH
which lien shal l date upon which they contend FOR: Family Name an action has been filed en lfenseso if any to tENT 8- 87 t q aPLANlTOF PARAK
fromrceable, if unsatisfied their recorighd as have been against youChand th against you and that itSeff on Jo302 N Michieen A on its meeting in the Sadye 22NoAvail WesternCarolinaReal
such notice oflienshratonal of clanywayrly refuateors e- TO nhDu Vo ad- you are required to Park Srins, t #3 at tRI T -The-propo sa ed inaniment IneTo Estatet we offer the
btwo (2nteears from th e t ence of the necessity of s erve a copy of your 4/3/2006 and file the fore serve on Petition- nce, follow secod of the Nettie Berry Paid $300 Dail est Mountain Proer
date..t..herat....ixb1P a......u o nC HE od Easy! GuaranteeaRay- easte er a
date at thelrate of six such .wridenetatement. written defenses if any, srven waicopytofh y ourhPlan City, .i i ae u -IN THE OFFICE OF TE lowing second reading, heasy Guearaentee in Esta G alia
per en(6 er an- theCity Commission YOU ARE NOTIFIED that to it on Hung Van Dang file the original with the shall considered by nies av
orceable, ifunsatisfied the record as a whole against you and that Star nte effn 302 N t Mi A section 2. The purpose ts meeting in the Sady Provied. mm e Western Carolina Real
after the expiration of cleaorlyrefutes thexis- ou are reu to F 33584 on r bef ore Pt Cty F e e enactment of sai ordi- Gibbs Mar Auditoriaum e OnlineATA o- best Mountain Pro.er
earsfrrtsm offthnoea tf oft Seo 4. Teiyusorq by t AE YU CdEeI N Estate, we offer the
to Flle ad[ Salsco llo winl }ond a t Sale Nettission wt ree J) bestNTSu Af MORTn uPlo 1u-00-37r6625
two (2) years from the tence of the necessity of serve a copy of your 4/3/2006 and file the fore service on Petition nane, folsaowg second of the Nette BerrY A- ew ort
dat of filinsuch notice any evidenceto estab- written defenses if any original with the clerk at readi s e cons Drauon Municipal ay ties in North Caroina
SIf you are a motivated self-starter who is eager to learn, you t e Isswe HomeTypers.com s n
ofen asothercan sthe complaoney sein g nthe to iwspaper su bscrVanDan, of ths Court at 4190 e u a te ered bythe City Commis Buldn nts
da nr-to-d..oriforTheoTamspatTrbune. sf 28o esimon3W teT
may be enforced b the notceofappealorfthe 752 Star Pinte Dr Pierce St Rm #125, oradealtm sion, upon theconclusion .,Reanols Streset( wity e oT SC ble. Call 800-924-2635ls
ty (Code 1977, 1Rules of Proce1909) co lainre, re- tis oens some Seffner 33584 on o Ta336app02ear and section 3 I 800-348-0423 SNACK Call Dan 813625-2000.
maWe wan t ter immaterial to the before4/at 3/2006 and fi l ls, are e89 Tama E nr o n a Plat oity, oda, SODA, JUICE R WATERS- WesternCaroinaRE.com
t. dup to $500sper week: aoated: Mvearch1 0 o o Mr 27,2006, at ALL BRAND.GREAT ATTN St. Pete & Tampa0
RKOection 78F TH IRIpeaT l prided e n eetin the public hearing. C 2r
S 7. Ppe. prceig h the original with the Florida 33601 before the petition. 7:30 p.m., or as soon E8UIPMENT&SUP-
SC RYWA R the roceedins, and for section 3. The prop thereafter as the mattRT. FULL LINE. Investors! I havehan.
Thisaleis a peserfect opportunity for students andSales Copies of all court du-may be heard, at which dyman specials this
dditiNAnal income. Must be 18 years of age or older. NC NGAVAILABLE week with $25-$50k in
mTeg OinrthsaAei, r ecd pic timeintereste parties W/$7500 DOWN k(877).
N l orders MeMaf. l temd by the public at andcitizens may appear 8-8 B#20026-037) iy.Cal l lq
OF SUNSHINE STATE dence upon which the Reynoiy Street, Plant
Notice is hereby ven wihe Clerk of Cir- e Americans with tion, as notice of thewi ly.Call new. 4102agy
cut Court's office. You phone number and zip code or e-mail th pect to the proposed or- Mortga813-83-2233
home office of the Asso- particpate in tusinesshis ppomeetunities- 1926 Bungalnetusa.com
may review thPlease reference Ces eBak tC Bubll ln A sonHah 3000ou
ments upon request. West Reynolds Street, Section 2. All persons are Wanted MODEL HOMES NEEDED
Mevet w thallbse doticu ro a M4uniei alisdeak- AnEST: rs a l e d it BAYSHORE PENTHOUSE
LI E P TEaYou must keep the o Plant City Florida. advised that i a person gy-avin
ficerk of the Associa- hear. heeve t KENNETH W.appeal BUCHMAN 200KE BUY MORTGAGES. Storm Windows 4br 3ba Pool
SEctionrt of Directors to to t decision mae ny the ARE YOU COLLECTING rs. Cal th 0o see if you
fi to lieommssi on will hold a City Commission with re- PAYMENTS ON A MORT- uai 3ba 200-937-6625
of"All sales solicitors are Independent Contractory, 4 other currmatten aress. public hearing on said speact to any matter con- GAGE? WHY WAIT xt. 1-259-918
You may Notcenot employees of The Tf ordinance at is meeting s Needa amtee o n-o YEARG eo PHA Y T
DeDtarCe ori- Secon8.sThisresolu- c aSCh meet 1-866-414-Ln, YEARS FOR PAYMENTSD nis.
daMarch in the Sadye Gibbs Mar- he will need a record o CALL (800)282-1251. New Construction
-01 ur lassifiedsme ourt An- tin Auditorium ofth therocdins, and for TB00sfom, TB.com
can bank ve on ouamy Lawrgains. suNee ofBer Draughon 200in Classifeds Keyword: Classified Keyword: Pe An Ad
If you are a motivated self-starter who is eager to learn, you ers in this ?awsuitF will Municipal g'uilding, 302 need o ensure thatmaa F) 813i971-6953
yestRenolds Street, verbatim record of the TIE(813)759-2959 www.
can earnbig money selling newspaper subscriptions drerslsorecord at the a anch2,'206at:3 proceedings is made, ASY l Discover points
deressonfrecod atthewhicharecord2includes by Hiloday. No ex- Tear down or Replace
door-to-doorfo The Tneampa/Tribune. cleRkNGs offie. pm., oferas soonthe tere-a thentestionywandhvi- cane Hassle! Better Build on your lot
..rWARNING: Rule i2.285, eear athwcmattmey dance upon which the than ed Weeks! Call From $68 per sq ft
Florida Family Law t heard at wicatme appealisftobe based. for Free Points Guide! 1- 100's of plans.
Rules of Procedure, re- Prested pate an 800-348-0423 Call Dan 813/625-2000.
q ires certain automat-ibenma rsapear and Section 3. In accordance www.holidaygroup.com Builders for 51 years
c csheard ith respect to with the Americans with /hfn
disclosure of d th roseordiance. Disabilities Actany per-
We want ndivtduas who have great communicatn skils, are ments andoinformation," asproposed ordin WANTED: 20 HOMES To
sul .sacto "sSc to5eson with a disability re- TIMESHARE RESALES- Show Off Our New Life-
it cm ppersonssrerquiringreasonableac Sell today for Cash!.No time Exterior Paint.
assertive and courteous and want to make in dismissal ornstrindg advised thatiaperson commodation in order to commissinsororoKer Call Now to See if
urof-pleadings. decision made by the is ld call the City fwes elat o YoomeQuliie
:to $500+ per weekh 0 City Commission with re- CLerk at (813)c659-4200 w .sellatmesareCO 1-800-640-688 (Li 5532#CBC111)
Dated:...rch........ spect to any matter con- at least 48,hours prior to
CLERK.O......CI.CUIT sidered at such meeting the public hearing.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT he will need a record of tpi ng- Central Tampa
COURT the proceedings, and for Section 4. The proposed Cenangavail-
BY: CHERYL WAGNER sucn?,urpose he may ordnance may be in-
This is a perfect opportunity for students and anyone needing Deputy Clerk need oensurethaty the public at able. 3br iba, lcga
additional income. Must be 18 years of age or older. proceedings is made, Clerk at the NettieBerry .$1150/m'o..Good credit
NOTICE OF ANNUAL whichrecordiencludes Draughon Municipal bad credit ok.
MEETING OF MEMBERS the testimony and evi- Bullg, 302 West? 800-462-1428
OF SUNSHINE STATE lence upon .which the Reynolds Street, Plant
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND appeal is to be based. City, Florida. REAL ESTATE Princess Park Million
For more information call 813-259-7044 and leave LOANASSOCIATION Section 6.1n accordance SectionS.Thisresolu- SERVICES dollar nelghbor,2d foi
Notice is hereby oiven with the Americans with fion, as notice of the pro- completely new. 4102
your name, phone number and zip code or e-mail thatote M meeting DisabilitiesAcanper- posedaenactmentofsaid [Riverview HreP
firstname.lastname@example.org (no attachments). above named Associa- quiring reasonable ,ac- l ished in the Courier, is-
tion will be held at the commodation in order to sue of March 16, 2006. * * SEMINOLE Hgts, Historic
home office of the Asso participate Inthis meet- 1926 Bungalow,.3br, 1ba,
Please reference "IC Crew" in the subject line nation at2WestBak- inshoudcalthe Adopted by the City 92sfbasementwdirs,
and include your zip code. Florida on the 22nd day at least 4Ahours prior to 13, 2006. inns garage 1159,900.
of March, 2006 at the the public hearing. FSBO81.-926-1788
hour of 2:00 P.M. of said JOHN L DICK FINANCING
day. The business to be Section 7. At the public MAYOR-COMMISSIONER South Tampa
taken up at said Annual hearing referred in Saec- MADOWNISOE
Meetingshallobe: tion.4 herein, all speak- ATTEST- $0 DOWN BAYSHORE PENTHOUSE
1. Considering and voting er shall be limited to Challenged Credit large lbr, Iba office
T H E .L/"\i1\11 A T RJB1Jirr4iEupon reports of officers three (3) minutes, un-r VIRGINIA L HELPER First Time Home Buyers area. Stunnt n unset,
and committees of the less the.speqker re- CITY CLERK In-House Realtors Bay & Gasparilla views.
2. Considering and voting additional time no less Approved as to form and VA/FHA,EcluliLoans. carpet $244,90 Brkrs
upon ratification of the than forty-eight (48) correctness: NO CLOSING COSTS w -
LIFE. PRINTED DAILY. actsof Directors and Of hourspriortosaid public 1% Interest Only we come813-334-1184
ficers of the Associa- hearing. In the evemt KENNETH W. BUCHMAN 200K=$644/400K-$1287 Davis Island 4br 3ba Pool
tion; speakers) request addi- CITY ATIOENEY Hard Equity Loans home! 2150sf $559k
3. Election of Directors to tional time the determi- No Income Loans -Save the commission-
fill the offices the terms nation of the amount of NO: 2139 3/16/2006 No Job Loans. (LML) 3br 3ba 2000 sf, new roof,
of which are then expir time to be allowed shall Billions to Lend FP den, large family rm
in o be at the discretion of For Loan Scenarios www. $482K. 813-259-9146
"All sales solicitors are Independent Contractors, 4. other matters, ex" the .Mayor,or, but no speak- man.atanmortgage
cept as required by law ershal, generallyhe al- naaonwle.com HYDE PARK
not employees of The Tampa Tribune" or regulation. lowed more than fifteen Need a house?
BY ORDER OF THE (15) minutes. Don't dwell in 813-246-5000 x235 ope. Aoissat A STI
BOARD OF DIRECTORS the wrong place. $ ,0 br, 23h
Dated at Plant City, Flori Secti, n 8. This resolu- C eds sa great 1-866-414-LEND 9,000. 0 lb
Css-ed-lisned in thie Courier, is- new dream home TBO.com,TOw om
can bank on our bargains, sue of March 16, 2006. in Classifieds. Keyword: Classified Keyword: Place An Ad
South Tampa ) (( East Pasco )) ( Time Share )) (( Out of State )) [( Out of State )) (( Out of State ] ([ Out of State ) ((Houses Unfurnished)]
SOUTH TAMPA 3br 2ba TIME SHARE RESALES ASHEVILLE, NC AREA GEORGIA- 3/2 Home on MURPHY, NORTH CARO- TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN COUNTRY WAY, 4br 2ba
hardwd Firs, versz Lot SAVE 60-80% OFF RE- ACREAGE PRIVATE, GAT 1.3 acres. Jessp hour NA & Northeast Geor- 'ACREAGE 2cg large corner lot
(77x137) Garae, Great TAIL!! Best Resorts & ED MOUNTAIN COM- from FL state line. 1600 gia- Offering wonderful GATED MOUNTAIN COM- great location, all app-i.
Store, A "A" Seasons. Call for FREE MUNITYWITH OVER4 sf., heated. 2 yrs new. Mountain homes land& MUNITY BORDERING A ances including W/D.
School, Detached Stu- CUSTOMIZED MAGA- MILES OF RIVERFRONT. Very nice! $14000. Can small town commun- LARGELAKE.SPECTACU- $1ace, newpaint.7-1489
4008W.ZelarSt SE www.holid roup.com THE $60S. INCREDIBLE 392978-463-5204; 478- owners insurance. Free TY BOATRAMP P- EASTTAMPA
$415,000. 813-2821307 i/i fpa 800-780- t158 VIEWS! CUSTOM COM- 463-408 brochure & helpful infor- VATE BOAT SLIPS. BE- COMMERCIAL EAST TAMPA
IE ,)- MUNITY LODGE WITH nation, 1-877-387-6677, TWEEN CHATTANOOGA REAL ESTATE -RENT a 2brlba new
South Tam813-28-1pa, Exc. s n "MOUNTAIN SPAS, GEORGIA- BLAIRSVILLE Century 21 (Foxfire Real- & KNOXVILLE. CALL TO-ARENT appliances, wHA, lease
3br, 2ba, high ceilings, RIVERWALK. CALL IN THE NORTH GEORGIA ty Group), DAY (866)292-5769. w/o tion to buy.
crmc tile, sn orch, ho WES LEY CHAPEL,33544 TIMESHARE RESALES The (866)292-5762. MOUNTAINS. LAND, www.C21Foxfire.com GATES OF THE RIVER. (Office Space Lease } Call3m.
balac rnp r ho 3114 Baclan Dr. most effective wa to BEAR RIVER LODGE. HOMES COMMERCIAL Callu813-426-2036
tub, all a -p. d Sat/Sun 10am-6pm buysell or rent a i- & INVEStMENT. "EVERY. MURPHY, NORTH TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN
orNorth East & and carpet; corner lot, + u- restricted. 1-800-715-4693 ext FL- You can afford this! TURNS TO SO159,000.LD" JANE SUMMERS MILD WIN Development Offering elegant historic dwntwn area, 2br, 2.5 b, town-
ades 006 sf.$410 are Mall; 45oiled natural beau- BAER REALTY, TERS AFFORDABLE Bluff- PADDOCKs, Creek Exc Proper bldg, 1000 sf, Quick ac- house, all app.2c,
lands Condo 2brthwest ca000 77-243- Bonus. www.condotrader.com t ecreaion Areas. No (706)745-226180) HOMES & MOUNTAIN ties 2 Acre Lots Owner cess to Close screen in lanai, gated
813 -0747w/garden tub, fo- 820-7829WWW. CABINS LAND CALL FOR Financing Available Pri to shos comm. w/ pool access.
CARROLLWOOD 4927 2b Homesites Lots Buio Ho mes Starting JANEBAERREALTY.COM MU F REE BROCHURE ces Start At $19,995 JDL $10/sn813-966-8245 $1150/mo 813-356-8215
Trace, 3/2/2 on 12/ acre( West Pascn No Rear es (84, 900 772-581- JANEBAER@ATENCOCK PUBLIC (877)837-2288 EXIT RE- Realty 31-46- 24841600 mo. + $750 sec.
homeowners assoc, no ea & Wstu 1-4po ture hme P rn2 BEAlUTIFU STE rtiNg over 3 R900 ft. of paved CESSO 00 OWNER $202/MONTH!* DIRECT
14deed restrictions. 500 *727-514-1886. nquresALTY MOUNTAIN VIEW www.JDLRealtyAI.comN Office Warehouse AND OLakes Brand New
$310k.813-973-4241 n fed stream l of taking Views River A COUNTY. 3-4 Bedroom, 2 EXITMURPHY.COM. THOROUGHBRED Combo 4bon conservation and
(f EastrHillsborough ) g Waterfronlt d wil fe. i dn eun 5 SR state NC MOUNTAINS GFPROPR A N S A RME Ner, d r f Sce
BlackurNDON BReautifullt Assoc ARIA SLAnd K homes tes in a, p nWnark-liket www.tandreaestate.co HOME levels lo FRMA 1-0- 102 www.
Updated 3/2 Histori c Doc, Cagreened Pool, Spanai, setting, 5 acre lots, W-ay. Utilities Great CARn- Bathport, workshop, 1.20 AVAILABLE CALL TO-
new roof, wood floors giant Oaks n.ated, deed OLINA. WINTER SEASON gara e on akeview & NC MOUNTAIN PROPER- 67 ACRES $689,900 ARMENIA & MLK Corner mcl. $1950/mo. Short or
S NHomeonorth East & andLikcarpet; corner lot, restrict. ) acr e vestmenRE!MUST SEE THE onview clouded 3800sq TY Ridges Resort Conear DAY FOR A N EARLY 800sf wither door PLAong term. 813-453-5479
Naor tohsEnots&ho s ticted.orn 1985N.,7 BEAUTIFUL PEACEFUL $159,000. Cal l912-839- munities. Gated Country HOME, HUGE BARNS, IN can be moEifie for ten-
$215kCallSheilau ws LittlekGasparllaisland, CAROLINA LAND! 2c w/hnrwnoo &n d 82 DCEED N U FORRN U N 95.T security. 813-754-97
813843New Tampa tal many extras, 15 mi- THIA 8 acres with MOUNTAINS OF WEST- 7500orsendane-maion ClubGolfCourse L cabe. DOORARENA,70+ ant, Perfect for Auto/ RATELAND L PARK Fairgrouncoas
nutesoto VrMall 45 ERN NC MOUNTAINS. email@example.com Phase1 closeout. New STALLS, LUSH FENCED Detail 813-731-9351 Meadows, beautiful,
BiggaHUNTER'S Green Hih- Exs $27800. Please Tpa; 10 mm. Zhills HOMES, CABINS ACRE ub phase home sites open- PADDOCKS NICE SET- like new 3abr 2ba, 2cg,
lands Condo. 2br a ca727-243-30 Dade Ci; 20 m AGE &NVESTENTS GEORGIA Colquitt Cou inFUL g. all 1-866-997-0700 TING ON IET COUN- pang reon lakepscale mi ro
w/garden tub, firepl, elad ble0 CHEROKEE MOUNTAIN ty. 20 acre farm, no ext. 300 for info. TRY LANEW. 31/2 HRS aor br, caoba813-4- 1
sunroom, ground floor, ( New PorttRichey Lakeland. 863-666-4758 REALTY GMAC REAL house $96,000. Sac NYC! CALL NOW! o.Retailspace J)oluncobst13kwy.-5151
o an. Gated. a tFSBOng states. ESTATE MURPHY farm, no house $35,000. NC MOUNTAINS 10.51 (877)09-5263
813-293-4409 A et e AcreageWWW.CHEkOKEEMOUN Can finance. Call 911- ACRESON MOUNTAIN HTTP://HORSEFARM.UP PLANT CITY 1000sf, ele- MEADOW POINT 4br 2ba,
4619 TAINREALTY.COM CALL 839-7500 or email: TOP IN GATED COM- STATENYLAND.COM. gant historic dwntwn 1956 sq I ft, ated
272,900. Call 813-842- a M eCn i BOTABLEE TDEEAEN- LE.COM GAL2550. S FFRF NDODCE BC OE kfrs
Weasel Drs 3br 2ba 2c AVON PARK PRICE FOR FREE BROCHURE firstname.lastname@example.org MUNITY, VIEW, TREES, bldRE old world charm, neighb. scenic outdoor
Cu e sWATERFALL&LARGE WATERFRONT Quick access to 14 & ond view. Luxuries.
WESLEY Chape l 2 CitrUs iCathedran, Ceilingso R eEa REDUCED1996 21014a7 Acres withm a (800)841-5868. GEORGIA- HANCOCK PUBLIC LAKE NEARBY, BARGAINS! TA .$/sf1600 mo. + $750 sec.
ac, 3 Neighbors, pen Hou 560k.863-644-3290 E T COUNTY 43 Acres with PAVED PRIVATEAC- LAKE ACCESS FROM 813-966-8245 5613-323-7329.
homeowners assoc, no Nat & Sun 1-m H ou s trol a 2 UNTAIF OTENESeE over 3 900 ft. of paved CESS $119,500 OWNER $202/MONTH!* DIRECT
deed restrictions. FSBO. 83-94- MOUNTAINS NC, 10access to acres MOUNTAIN LOTS Breath ricnew 8 LAKEFRONT STARTING NEW Port Richtion 8 wel
$310k.813-973-42419 526 or 631-727-514-163865 ospn mountained stream full taking Views River Ac ro tae A r- RVATE 62 ACRE Comlete 3br 25ba come 3BR, 1BA, car
fish. Abundant wild life. Tess ideal t for Fisnhing, gin at 2,99/ac! Owner WWW.NC77.COM.F D W THONE DA4br, 2ba AllCredit
built h e is offered by C Waterfrontdo A unL An k i email@example.com willSHORES not divide. Town & ONLY LAND SALE! Apprvd, owner finance
theoriginalowner&fea- app cl, Igscrnd pa- Huntin ATM Horse- Country Real Estate NC MOUNTAINS GREAT SATURDAY, MARCH 25,5FAM Re
tures step thANArough dou- to. Move n ready, MLS# 7 02 80 $139900 r 4 7 8 55 2 5 6 8 1 GET-A-WAY FROM 2006 JUST 20 MINUTES DINGTON BEACH 2BA RUSKIN: Mira L ne
bUpdated 3/2 Historic Docnt Wont last.813-340-33 selling 5 (1.2 acre lots, Wa Utilities Gre Vacation (423)626-58202bd, 2ba, decks, ar- CELLENT FINANCING helpuownhome.com
ed Hon Gor cegeous 1/2 i New Remodeled lnkea* 21R2) acre v Wy iles ment Propertyn. GEORGIA port, workshop, 1.20 AVAILABLE CALL TO-
to thome back lanai. Bright ESOwRT, LE LIVIN $G "din 2c r Broker v enCard LAKE WALES 55+ 0 acrNew m ost sec t near DAY FOR AN EARLY AP- PLANT City 3/1 home
Acre at Ll kVery Vacant, $890,900 los in C, $52kea` All Owner Financing From acre tracts & homesites Andrews, NC. Call Ralph POIN T M E N T R new in 207011 yr lease
and open muster sute niy Hi/Drybeow Agent 352-2 COME TO THE MOUN-839-968 starting $260/acre. ui- Cris Realty 800-48-na, 888)LAKE-SALE X 1030 REAL ESTATE no pets, $ mo $70
slider onto lanai. Mass- Buying Florida tain Properties offers Community Clubhouse, L9an82abin9623ackaaes W Cn iniums eason
$215k ter bath with garden Web Gas#arilla277 PASCO Beautiful 10 acres the best properties pool, hott activities. $99 00 LimitedAvaTIa- F
1tubl mirrored walki e ar Rollinin Hills & Majestic available in Lestern Lot $230/c o includes b862lity. 888C389-3504 OHASE FOR RENT security. 813-754-1197
Bigger& Bigger, Inc. elusive Hideaway Bay estic oaks/sprinc fed, N lytn creeks, water 1 n, utAX-0 exNC MOUNt.A306 L ab.s cndog, Cc-n SABAL PARK FairgroundEHO
and furnied, c dr 'stacr. No of Y, 1R &i V ,aa ae B A rn 3 2b, CH&
Sseatfurnised, comm. ndcreek 4" well w/evectric fe$ds, dtree stars. No cial Deal! 51 acres. cabin on secluded site. YEAR TERM W/ ATD Apartments- freshly painted, fence
Bincgga s re eratr fu ,lb con o, HOME! c372 100into 4 i t o Pave s o fDublin V d i (Spa- in$89,000.Esy t o finish O F A675%HFPR ED YRECT 15- A rea.O3brelbO
oven dflrtysurce$N7d AnN ATES SB--431L475 arbor ARMTLAND AUCTION* w 8s-5 8 -1 S P N fncedU-
Gibsontonlara CARROLLWOOD T RE E T e mland 1850/acre.) Owner Million $$$ Views Availa- LOOPYMTbile Homes DAVISsland J water- WWWont yard& large back
cabinetss a o hen project 41-391-179 BUILD YOUR DREAM above Raleigh. Other ode -529-6198 & FINANCING FREE CATA- Hurry! 866-907-5263 arcelsENDfront condo., 2br, 2 RBOR.COM (800)874-
nreadeled $146k SAIL BOAT WATER Given .8137695.3166 Pctsr aeginsd It LOG OR937-1603 OCALA Area info TERMS AND RATES SUB- PALM Harbor All new. 913-p56-6872, 661-202.
w10e 1 oy SAt B 150 Gv3e ns t9Pi c t u r e s :tC INVESTMENT OR REC- available!leo-828-247-0081 JECTTOCHANGEWICTH- Walkto beach.i Poo laun-
10107 mtidwaySt. 150' wide canal, com- Century 21 Link Realty firstname.lastname@example.org REATIONAL PROPER-
813-309-4663n lete renov., quality Maal b6e93OM0 E OUT NOTICE. VOID nT s ct, private balcony SOUTH Tampa-3br/2ba;
kitchen w/granite & SS, LITHIA,-Two 5 Acre home 1-919-693- 8984 TIES IN THE BEAUTIFUL NEW TO MARKEET! DEEP O Eparking, great loc Upscaleoc; 3610 S
LAKE St. Clair, 6730 Clair lux master suite, 20mn sites available in Rock- COASTAL N NTA TE ATEA ew3B.ElDb2Ba HaSin, rewdi calr car; n 00s;
Shore Drive. 3/2/2 on a to Downtown Tpa, ing T Ranch Estates. WATERFRONT! 1.5 CONTACT PEACHSTATE FULLY SITH8UATED E ON WE50 T LAW. scholDb roAr-rgBearc wd; -200i/f;1
Sacre, w/ lanai, in a $649K. 561-818-7628 Horses welcome. ACRES- $99,90. BEAUTI- T 7653 OR ACRES WITH 2,800 FEET WEST CENTRAL FLORIDA refrw
gated Lake comm., Owner Agent Open 45,000er acreEAROPERTY OFMAGNIFICENT REAL ESTATE, WAYNE PLANT CITY 2 dep 408 ON-5414
mn s house 2/2-625p ( -1349 FULLY WOODED GREAT FOR SALE SECTION AT FRONTAGE ON BATTERY CORMIER GATE brand new, loft apts6.4
m a n y 4 0 D ea he dM E-Ba er F n C L U DEou n t e O W N f a c t u r e d H o m ee 1 a pts ,
ma rades. h e 5 813) 84 VIEWS PRISTINE WWW.RUBUYINGREALE CREEK IN BEAUFORT, HOUSE REALTY. 950sf in elegant historicSPRING Hl Rent ToOwn,
$274,900. Call 813-842- MADISON County N Fla, SHORELINE, DEEP STATE.COM GAL2550. SC. OFFERING DEEP WA- WAYNECORMIER.COM Bldg dwntwn, wd firs SrIa, new Gome ,
y e5222 er Villas33 M Aourvtnty NLFest E Fr! EN- poTAT i !SC a ting 2550.b b in Pk f r 2ba, /ne h toe
s2 ks ar80 acres, 13nyr old pines ATALcE A TERFRONT DOCKABLE YOUR WEBSITE TO 13' ceilgs, Walk too S100/,,;n. Opwtio a s
& mature hdwds. Beauti- JOY ACCESS TO ICW, KENTUCKY 58 Acres, TIDAL CREEK AND PRI- SFLOR IDA'S NATURE shops & restC untsW/D g uy t no ank quair-
PLANT CITY SEVEN OAKS, gorgeous SOUND ATLANTIC. Beautiful long river VACY WOODED LOTS COAST REAL ES s s ress I ino n .
P.1 are, LANTCITY s dee 3/2/2 vila, brano new O site with well &a elec.k PAVED ROAD UNDER- hardwood STARTING FROC
rest, min 2400sf, 3 cul- con servation/pod,t- ee GROUND UTILITIfMES. EXr- timber, p asure, fields, $59900 CALL CITRUS COUNTY. CALL Tampa. $875./mo men Move in today
de-sacs. $140k. M ed comm., many up- $560k. scom 863-644-32 TCELLENT FINANCING. blacktop frontage. Eec- 8 929-2837..1-3-774
RIVERVIEW newHExecu- 813-f50g5189/936-2577 t s & healm B 0 20+ AC TO 3509AC. 704-56-f9836 PLANT City7 1998 DW in 2cgaalDa, 28 2000 5th Wheel
Qualfyn, PB Rease/option ngrades FSBO. 813-994- MOUNTAINS NC, 10 acres CALLNOW trick, newsurve quic anta t Buy vestmt 11
$ 3230962 9 i5aMSor 631-4-6385 oN m Ain top inge- w(800)732-6601t X1510saleO$11OOWNI. NORTH CAROLINA WESTERN NEW MEXICO PLANT City New just Tampa Section 8 wel-
813-30-i3n5268or 31-774-6385 on mountain top in gEt- (NVAE1 sale $116,000 NTH C L 2PRIVATEl62 ACRE AomLtecf N Tacome3R 1BA, car.
VFcommunity,]2270-m99-072 GATED LAKEFRONTConeted 3r 2 i r
AT ot -( o range view, nearby le- COMETo The Beautiful COMMUNITY 1.5 ACRES RAN $1 l,990 MT Twnm W.p or io g ar. ard,
Paeraty ountr Lv( o50isc ,a C7 Rin.
PnT aC CSou ntr 2 LIUiniu9 ta ve nearb MILES OF VIEWS, TREES ROLLING Piat C iy W/D hkue com renov.w/u/uD
s 4splitplan on a corn nr waterfall $19,500 Mountains of Murrhy, LAKEFRONT AND S 9 SPASToI RELAND, N-ets 'neds eitRe no tets. $1,150/mo
ple)te4y manicured 1.17 BRANDON/SE TAMPA owner 866-789-8535 N.C. Free Broc ure LAKEVIEW PROPERTIES SHORELINE. NEVER BE -. S ..o ., ,
244,9 813-93-273 800-747-7322 Ext 101 vestorsRealty Fen-800- NESTLED IN THE HILLS FORE OFFERED WITH $1100/mo. 813-764 with P rty fusdep. 8Will deliver-6 9-8483
ae lot. 6 yr new custom Lease/Option 2BR 2BA N CENTRAL FLORIDA 7-3334 Email: OF TENNESSEE ON THE 20% PRE- STONE HOMESTEAD
built home is offered by Crosswind condo All A N D investorsrltebrmemc.n SHORES OF PRISTINE DEVELOPMENT DIS- WITH 2 BARNS. HORSE-ease- Option to Buy)]
heor 459422nawnerf scrnd pa- w.NFLLAND.com) et Log Cabins From NORRIS LAKE. CALL COUNTS90% BACK RIDING HIKING
tures step through dou- ti. Move in reaa MLS#'s 748702 80 $139,900. Lots From LAKESIDE REALTY AT FINANCINi CALL HUNTING. PERCTFA D 2BA RUSKIN: Mirea Lago, rnev
e entrance front Won t last. 813-340-33 Acres $880,000 50506 $27IBL 00/Ainfo cre Vacation (423)626-5820 ORVISIT (800)7095253. LYRANCH ELECTRICI- REDINGThomesfla.com CARROLLWOOD Villagear beached,
Now is a greattimeto elevator.Guf tra- VIEWS! CUSTOM COM- 1823 Homestes 60 Home Max, GeorT C Painting or remodeling arge 4/2, ool/pond 33'sc sys2004 JAYCO EAGLE4b
into the lving room w CARROLLW Waterfront $68,00 R e n t a I s WWW.LAKESIDE ww.com c
double sliders that lead Remodeled, st floor 750563 Riverfront www.investorsrealtyinc REALTY-TN.COM.sGORTGIARIMAGINE. sidede porch. Nesa6r0 ev- 2 ba 2cg 1 yr lease opt.
to the back lanai. Bright RESORT STYLE LIVINGn $6S500 Thompson .com nLS 55+ New most spectacular views. Y6 er thi Furnish 10k 9n, 4$1-57400 n.
and open master suite w/GREAT Amenities. Group Inc., BroKer Card GEOTR A CL F .creeksandmounta ad CTUS Pai Remo1deled 343RSTA. 41-539-40.
with plant shelve and Jacke B72u-3628 Powl, Ae 3o -2 W9590TAINS! RE/MAX Moun- Orange Acr2s Ranch Nantahala Forest,C _____r enleta
slider onto lanai. Mas- BuinFlorida Properties offers Community. Clubhouse, Land/Cabin kit packas i Condominiums asonal Rentals
tar bath with garden Web #1 277 PASCO Beautiful 10 acres the best prop ertes pooFind stock listings. $9900. Limited Avaa- 55-
tub, mirrored walk-in out llin His & Majestic availabletter Corner in Sup ers. MLot $230/ Savers. MoineySense. ur Mini Vacation! Call 813-259-7500 May 813-416-8318 ce 17-881-4517FLORIDA.
closet, his/her vanity Rxt.1- 06 Ca DIRECTLY ON THE WA-
and walk-in shower CARROLLWOOD, beauti- Oaks. Restricted!gated, NC. Mtn views, creeks water. 1-866-2-RELAX-0 etcondo, Conservation TER, NEW BOUTIQUE HO
with seat. The kitchen ful and fully updated Horses ok. No specula- cabins & acreage. Call (866273-5290) N.Y. FINGER LAKES FARM View Large Balcony TEL. HARBOR BEACH,
includes refrigerator 2br,2bacono, new:ca tors/ developers. $350K, toll free. 1-800-8-4252 ww.oraneAcres W/D Included, Gated P
h- pe A/C ai 20 mn to Lkid.4mainto or visit www.cometothe Ranch.con Liquidation 6ac $21,900. MANUFACTURED mmui / 8 1-POOL, RSTEPS.TOAFINESTS.M
w/icemaker,dishwash-. nt; balcony Tpa. Owner fin available mountains.com C588@Clayton.net Beautiful wine country CommuM/my w/o011, UESTOULFTGOLF,
er, micro-wave, double an poo side, $179,900. (863) 660-4758 setting! Views, fields, HOMES,3 R469462 ESTAULFT
oven and flat surface Nadine, 813-431-5046 **EASTERN T N *** LAND AUCTION*** hedgerows! Quiet town 2 "3-469-S9 SHOPPING. INTRODUC-
stove, pass-thru win- TURKEY CREEK/Tinenl MOUNTAINS"' Gated 200 PROPS MUST BE rd wyelect! Ideal country TORY RATE
dowclanines ant okicnn proect Net n Rd 1 ac nice w/ arae lakeside community. 1 SOLD! LOW DOWN /E-Z homesite! Terms avail! (S Mobile Homes DAVIS Island, water- WWW.INNONDESTINHA
dow, ar nt chen pesoorc parfct fortin- oaks & 2br/lba older to 5 acre wooded & FINANCING FREE CATA- Hurry!A866-907-5263 bile Homes front condo., 2 bn ,p2 RBOR.COM4(800)874-
nookinrea family upomnat $901sK prices wilg mh, Great to build on. lakeview sites from the LOG (80!,7-1603 14 & 16 Wides New 06's bae, 1209 sq. ft., appli- 0470.
wiAhatheaco zy-923-1p 1 3 tie s40/minutes to Chat- LANDAUCTION.COM ors! Preconstruction Del- Set up AC Skirt na, eat-in kitch., laun- -
with mantle. Oakr ood- MarionR tiesa 4 Calt 866-800- Homes & Prices. lst/280d More Sq. Feet for the $$ dry pool wood'
an flooring, carpet a CHANNEL.SIDE l00blk d4609 Gste.ofthe River. LAND in North Florida home-buyers. $1000 Banks (863) 688-4635 flodrs,.A/C, pool,
vinyltAir- bin Various sizesA most 5-10 down 100% financing for Lakeland Near 1-4 & 98 gym, near restau-
conitione launo r 1500sf 1.5 DUNELLON lac beautiful ESCAPE BEAUTI acres N. of qualified buyrs rants shops Plant
contone P le aunry ath e,dgranite, treed lot in Rainbow EiFUL r t i
room.sPlenty antrya ss applmape c tas. Lake Estates no ea WESTERN N.C. MOUN- Ganesville. Call Leo- 866-900-57 New 3Br 28a H.S.Suunset Views di-
spacess mape Lkey. Estpatesnoeadse- TAINS Free Information nard Dicks Realty LLC www.MandDrealty.com 95/Mo rectly across street
ing fans in everynroom. $439K 813-453-1034 & dry lot, fast rowing Properes Mpcn- S. CAROLINA AREA LAKE3)97-53 Ho $1995 mo.
Zoned residential end SUNSET Beach-Sunset area. $55K 9 1 u40 r Views Cabins, LAND & Lakes Realty MARION AREA, AL S9-2959 www. (813)787-1688
deed restricted. Securi- Chateau, 2br2bgulf Homes.Creeks& &Invest' Inc. Presents BeautifulNy 2 ACRES. WALLK TO FISH- sewarthomesfla.com email@example.com RECREATION
3Xandetachmed.3B(yr(d- othercounties mntAcrGated Waterfront Coom- ING DOCK EXCELLENT
ty and much more. view, recently remod-ca e muncty Mountain & BUILDING SITE, VERY SE- MHe
Garage, fenced bac oeauteul sunsets. MUeST FLORIDA BUILDERS LOTS 213-7919 Murphy NC's Riverfront Views Final CLUDED. $29,900 OWNER IManufactured Homes
yard, electric gate se 813-451-4442 Doue reinvestment LargestuR .Firm Phase Don't Miss This FINANCING 803-473-7125 inPar s WOWNTOWN TAMPA-201 b Campers/Travel
sm anu Leyouinvestment Largest aFir Opportuniy! Starting I W. LaureT, 2br, 2ba,MPA
swperinkler system, ando idaportugues@hotmail. in 1 YEAR. Looking for www.appealchnand.c $46,900 SOUTH CarolinaAc' aTie
everyo vestin? Gated1.800-559-3095 ext.135 5-20 acres w/countanwae- LOTS FOR RENT! Move In CHA, newpint/cDreta, I
Sellin Pi e G e www.rivercrestlc.com ter near Chesterfie Special!Briarwood Mo- conr, D hkup, 2 J i
cTEMPLE TERRACE AREA Golfcoursecommuni- FLORIDA st & 2nd S.C. 2 hours from Myrtle e Home Comm. 4002 c Downtown view, 24' '97 JAYCO, air, awn-
$550. 00.00 13461 Glen condo, 3br, 1.Sba, pool, ties. Wholesale Pricing. HOMEBUYER, INVEST- LRET LAND A SC. 2 K ou frmMr Smitht RyalsRd, Plant $1150/mo. 813-389-3305 ing microwave, queer
Harwell Rd Dover, FlI privacy fenced eard. 1-954-556-5300 OR. New pre- LARGE MTN.S GLEBAR-- BeachSC $23Kto$49KKars$Reposbed dinette fiberglass.
Call todayforyour ap- CHA, needs work, 2 www.SunStyles.com construction homes. I GAddritionalgacerae nfe-sCity.T hors2e.ha ,
o$124,000. Call $150,000/up. Ocala, St. TIN A OS Call Now! Bryant Realty 813-737-211. Luxury Lakefront Cell 302-494-3207
RIVERVIEW new Execu- condCitrus &others $1,N00 20+ AC TO 350 AC. 704-67-9836 PLANTCity, 1998 DW, ingiW/D 28' 2000 5th Wheel
tiveHome,4br3b3tstarted.SWEEPING MTN: VIEWS, fami pk 3BR/BA cbe,$10/mo. Innsbruck, slide, large
an walk-in storage, ran Out of State to get ae M& Re- STREAMS. STOCKS STILL LOW? family 813-74-19 8
Oalt Diane Mudd 1-866- Invest in the booming At- $4500 813-754-0199 813-926-0653 rear bath, erege kept.
9016 Call Dan 1060 ACRE FARM IN 900-lots $ante mkt. Buy investit
813-767-2777 USF/UCH.$~167, knfirm.o NORTH ARKANSAS PAS- www.manddrealty.com LOOKING TO OWN LAND? pinO anes & salI within RIVERVIEW McMullen
813429-440F oAGETHROUGHOUT it.$ minnmv.b25%bre- good condo small perk, APOOTouringCruiserselfcon-
RuskinS acious n new brides, srn 35n',LAWW.KE FOTINWA nvPO Beach New tained.bSmall down 8
ra,$38m,000 pa l nu VALRICOM 2bd/2, Sex HUNTING,6PONDAMERICA- COASTAL, nturnvw/n 45 da s. 8 5 ,lOtsrf o megatedcomm,1
8br 1,3b c/3manOyNuINe T OW N A NER pro peta ies & come fin. aval. MA l l enraove rp am e
,000.CCan dafupkr- oh 1500 sq. ACRE NoAnE free month w/1 year 813-390-7123
help closing costs or ft. n Nde $199,S100o. help $1,500 000 MOSSY OAK at $14,500 Financing FRONT PROPERTIES. 20 Serious inquiries only rent 727-224-9902 lease.13br-2b-cvrd23
dnpmt. By Owner. Call with closing costs. John PROPERTIES OF THE Availabie. Over 100 Lots TO 200 ACRES. FREE pinnaclevparter.29'Ainstream Trailer
Art: 941-779-5533 CPfahlert, 941-545-5406, OZARKS (800)783-6634. vyailablerin Counties of MONTHLY SPECIAL corn 1-866-871-3226 SdUN CITY VICINITgited n ,1200/mo 1999,inw/body, rear dbl
Century 21AIR Aces. ALL Western North Cern- Calnoun, Putnam. Re WWW.LAND- TENNESSEE earn up to comm, golf, pool $295 330-16256 pli beds, custom int, E.Z,
VAlRdC o o Re- l ina Mountain Proper- tors & Investors wel- WANTED.COM/SW. $150,000/yrrenaln- lot rant guer/ b yrs. 330-608-3131 Must s dtohealth.
modeled n poohome. ((Townhomes Fer ties ERA CarolineMoon- come. 718-797-0807 come on your luxury va- incl. water sewer, Must sell due to health
Move in ready. Spaclos tain Homes Real Estate MID OHIO ACERAGE 22 cation home in the pris trash & lawn. J/2/2 gar Make offer 863-773-0820
0oo a, 1 scolse my WESLEY Chapel Villa Murphy, NC FLORIDA, TENNESSEE, Acres is Perfect for tine Smoky Mountains, AC 'd work room. 6 mo CARROLLWOOD 3hr, Wauchula, FL
60, f-4, schools and Maint free, 2br 2ba 2cg www.carolinamtnhome. AND ARKANSAS LOTS Horse LoversComes Gatlinbuig. Contact Bill& new mfg warr, $95k 2ba 2cg in a great loca-
more. 2610 Ridgetop + den. 1745sf, tile firs, tom Cell us First, we FOR SALE AT BARGAIN with Newer Barn Sheila Easley, RE/Max: appt only 813-385-5540. tion washer & dryer, 30' 2006 Thunder TT, sell
Wey (813) 404-5251 or wd cabs,lanai, all appIs, have vacation rentals PRICES. BUILDING LOTS 5 Stalls, Ru Sprin www.investmounts.com $1260 imo. + utilities, 1- cont., super slide
(813) 505-1758 comm pool & tennis. and free brochures 1. ARE STILL A GREAT IN Water, and mostly -1-800-239-2970 Manufactured Home 813-494-9779 awning, fully loaded, Nc
$244,900. 813-973-2735 800-747-7322 Ext 101 VESTMENT. CALL TO Fenced on Beautiful$ol.T reasonable offer re-
WE BUY SINKHOLE OPEN HOUSE BY OWNER ASHEVILLE, NC AREA OR VISIT Owner Financing ONTEAGLE-SEWANEE, CARROLLWOOD Beauti- 813-375-0770
tifulbPROPERTIES. 600+ acres; 1900sqft 3Br2Bao CHAn $1,0001JDep, 1,t12' 2000 SunnyBrooke
1-800-945-9422 Luxury3/3/2 Town- MUNITY WITH OVER 4 FOR SALE BY OWNER. tracts 5 acres & up. 4 1/2 Acre $169,900 813-356-9006 she ll consider
homes in Tar on Spga. MILES OF RIVERFRONT. Beautiful North Georgia MOUNTAIN Meadowsin miles from 1-24. Gated & (813) 971-693-356-9006 shape. Will consider
Thinking ef heaven gManyiupgrade s include 1 TO 8+ ACRES FROM Mountain Lots. Call for Ellijay GA BOMiles North secluded! Gorgeous bluff (813) 759-2959www. trades Street rod or etc.
Now is a great time to elevator. ulf& intra- VIEWS! CUSTOM COM 1823 Homesites 60 Home Max, George.Timberwood De CARROLLWOOD Village,
turn yoar unwanted items coastal view, gated, MUNITY LODGE WITH common Area w/trout velopment Co. Painting on remodeling? arge 4/2, pool/pond, 33' 2004 JAYCO EAGLE
iota cash. e callto a bseo l & canoe MOUNTAIN SPAS, FOR SALE RURAL HUNT- stream, Mountain Views 423-949-6887 Need a tutor or piano Ige corner lot, cul-de- travel trailer large
Classified department access o gulf. At 19 to RIVERWALK. CALL ING TIMBER LAND 222.2 near National Forest. www.timber-wood.com lessons? Turn to At sac, 1,975/mo. In- slide out, book is $19}.
syaour ad teothe Tarpon St..East..R on (866)292-5762. ACRES,$2500/ACRE. Starting @ 29K 706-636- Your Service for a clues awn/pool maint Must sell $16K Avon
exposes younity.the'l prwnm l Hd, at stop BEAR RIVER LODGE. ATKINSON COUNTY, 2040 TENNESSEE MTN- ACRE multitude f businesses & all apple. 813-220-7060. Park, Fla. 440-5709741
even help you get started d sign on iverstoe-Lr GEORGIA. CALL FOR IN wTY w.creeksand mounta AGE 5 Acres, Excellent and services that C ITRU1n9
'wihehndhepyGagenSaled ast Howard Park to A cuddly companion FO I 334)393-5036 OR n-wcr n t building site w/Woods lend a helping hand. CITRUS Park Remodeled 34' AIRSTREAM 1996 Tri-
with ahandy Sunset Bay Sub. Look could be yous. We've F 334) -40 m and River Access. find litinaon large ski Axle Loaded Mint
endpricingstickersfor underbulderrices, Bitfor$250onrless Find stuck listings in dng. 72-26-7 or 1-thel nd
Classifieds gives yea all Cell: 608-474-1309 out in Critter Conner. in Super Sevens. MoneySense. our Mini Vacation! Call 813-259-7500 May 1st. 813-416-8318 cell 517-881-4517
. MARClH 16, 296 THE COURIER + 31
Campers / Travel
36' 1998 ALFA, 5th Wheel,
3 slides. W/D, dual re-
frigerator w/ ice maker,
new queen mattress,
$16 500 obo.
37' 1997 Franklin 5th while,
3 slides, W/D, cen air,
qu bd, awning, many up-
grades, exc. condo. no
smkr o r pets. $8900
38' Franklin 2005 two
slides, self cont, W/D
CHA, sleeps 6. Loaded.
Sacrifice for $21,900.
38' Heritage T.T. 2006, 3
power slideouts, W/D, 2
CA, Dishwasher micro,
stereo loaded $27,500
39' 2005 LUXURY 5TH
WHEEL Triple slide out,
CHA, bay windows, awn.
ing, many extras.
$29,400 OB Will deliv-
er. Cell 302-312-6670
40' 2006 HERITAGE 4
slide outs, washer, dry-
er, air, awning, more.
Sleeps 6, will deliv.
40' LUXURY 5th Wheel
2006,2 slide-outs, 2br,
sips 7, W/D, self contain.,
air, many extras. Tampa
42' 02 FRANKLIN triple
$15,600 (813) 986-1945
42' 2005 Luxury 2br 2
slide outs, CHA, W/D,
Awning, Many options,
Consider trade. $24,900
42' Franklin '06, 2 electric
slides, self contained, 2
LR's, 2br, 2 a/c's, W/D,
44' 2002 Breckenridge,
Park Model, 3 Slides,
Fully Furnished on
MacDill AFB, Lot 685.
44' 2002 Breckenridge,
Park Model, 3 Slides,
Fully Furnished on
MacDill AFB,. Lot 685.
((Motor Homes / RVK)]
2002 Dutch Star 38' 350
Cummings Diesel Dbl
slide 6 bead Allison,
Spartan chassis & die-
sel generator. Many ex-
24' 1978 Titan Class A,
afc, awning, runs great,
24' Winn Chieftan class A
Chevy 454, newer paint,
tires & many new parts.
4000 Onan gen 59.5k mi
26' Monaco Safari Trek
2003 loaded, magical
cell bd, 1 owner, EZ to
29' 1994 Winnebago
Itasco, Class C Onan
gen, AC, 2 qu bd, sips 6,
mirco, range, frig,g44K
38' 2001 Newmar Dutch
Star, Class A diesel,
2 slide outs. Loaded,
Many Upgrades, W/D,
$125K obo7 219-608-7349
38' Bounder 1995, Ford
460 wide body, many
add-ons, exc. cond.
must sell! $30,900.
40' 1999 American Tradi-
tion Diesel Pusher with
diesel gen., A-1 cond.,
low mi., asking $90,000.
40' 1999 Country Coach
Affinity, all options, exc.
cond., no smokers or
pets. $205,000. Call:
45' '04 Prevost Marathon
XL loaded, all acc., 29k,
beautiful earth tone col-
ors custom Int, double
slide, new over $1.5Mil.
Must sell due to illness
888-Bates RV Nearly
600 Airstream Jayco
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tpa.
GMC 1995 Jayco Camper
Van, full pwr, Xtra
clean, exc. cond. $6,000
or trade for PU of same
(( Recreational Rental))
POPUP CAMPERS for rent
A/C, Sink, Stove, Frig.
Call Lynn to reserve @
( RV Storage ))
FOWLER & 1-75
Happy Traveler RV Park
OUTDOOR Storage, 5515
Cars, Trucks, Trailers
[( Spas & Hot Tubs )
Repairs, Moves and
Buys Used Hot Tubs.
(( Spas & Hot Tubs )]
NEW 7 person spa, load-
Thru Home Depot Cover,
Can Deliver. 866-776-0999
SPA- Hydro, 20 jets, 4HP
Hiflow, easy lift cover,
water lights show,
ozone, steps, delivery,
WE MOVE SPAS
ANY TIME 24/7.
We service any spa
(( Swimming Pools
HOT TUB/SPA, like new,
5 person, 24 jets, cabi-
net digital LED, water-
fall, loaded, sacrifice!
2005 YAMAHA JET SKIS
Two Yamaha FX Cruis-
er HO Jet Skis- 3 Pass,
160 HP, trailer, covers,
many extras! $16,000
Cell: (850) 304-3235
KAWASAKI 2004 STX-
15F,3 sweater, 160HP, 4
stroke w/Perf. trlr like
new, 20 hrs, $8500d obo
SEADOOS 1997 GSI
(needs minor work) &
1996 HX New heavy du-
ty mahoney trir. $4500
[( Boats ))
14' Fiberglass V-hull
skiff, w/1985 electric
start 9.9HP just rebuilt.
New trailer. $1500.
70HP Johnson motor
16' x 48'W Tracker 2003
w/trlr, 25HP Merc Low
Hrs, only used in tresh
water, Troll Motor set up
for Spec fishing. 2 Fish
Finders, Many Extras!
17' 1998 YAMAHA
EXCITER, with (2) 110HP
trailer exc cond $7 200
obo. 813-996-4346 7
19' 2001 Sting Ray 190LS
open bow, 4.3, 190hp
Merc, trir, clean, only
90hrs, 50+mph, $10,900
19'3" Chaparral 1979
In/out, needs engine,
murray trailer $800.
19' Aquasport Center
Eninrude, 1986, Garage
Kept. Aluim Trir.
21' 1996 Wellcraft, Cuddy
Cabin, Volvo Penta I/O
4.3L 185 HP, & Trailer,
$8,000 obo Call
21.5FT Searay 1997 Ex-
press Cruiser, Cuddy
5.7L, Mer, exc. cond,
expert maintained full
canv. $10k 813-671-7397
21' WellCraft 1996 150
Johnson V6, 30" draft, 8'
beam, seats 7, fish find-
er, baitwell aft bench
trims VHF. bimini, 1
batteries, cutty, auto oil
fill. $8000obo Call
22' '93 Center Console
walk around w/cabin,
305 V8, new galv. trail-
er, Northern boat, exc
condition $7995. (727)
22', 1989, I/O 4 cyl
gimble bearings & re-
built lower unit, walk
around CC, roll on trail-
er. Good condition.
23' 2000 Bayliner Cuddy,
5L Mercuiser, Head,
Stove, Bed/seat area,
75 hours Asking
23' Chaparral Deck Boat,
2000 Mercruiser 5.7L,
head, bimini top stor-
ed in hi-dry, great cond.
life vests & skis incl.
24' Aquasport Osprey
225, 2001, one own-
er, excellent condi-
tion. Very low
hours &well equip-
24' OFFSHORE C. C., 94
Hull, 98 225 Merc, drive
on alum trir, electrncs,
low hours, great shape
25' 2002 MAXIMUM new
canvas, GPS, Fishfinder,
305 I/O, loaded, with
trailer, must see!
26FT. 1994 Regal Leisure
Cat, Mercury 200 HP,
trailer, 2 axle/brks.
26' Wellcraft Marq. 2000,
all extras, 7.4 Bravo I/O,
27 SEARAY SUNDANCER
1997 twin 200hp I/O, 260
hrs, loaded stored hi &
dry, no bottom paint,
28'5" Chaparral 27 Signa-
ture 1999 cruiser sleeps
4, head, galley, full can-
vas, bimini top 300
hours clean Moved
must sell $29,500 (941)
31' SeaRay 310
Sundancer 1999. Radar,
bells & whistles, pris-
tine condition, always
maintained, new bot-
tom job. Included with
purchase, 2 months cov-
ered slip paid, all fishing
gear, 200 gallons of
fuel. Best Buy at
LARGEST Volume Pon-
toon Dealer in Florida.
See New Sea King Boats!
SEVERAL Storm Dam-
aged & Donated Boats.
Will Buy & Sell. Call
BASS Boat Wanted, 14'
to 17', 40 HP+ Motor,
fresh water only
((Boat Slips / Storage))
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+/mo. Secured loc'n
Pasadena Yacht & CC.
Deep water boat slips
for sale/lease. 1st class
727-381-7922 xt 12
Boat Supplies &
BATTERIES, Marine Led
Acid, Recondition with
new battery warranty.
Markey Battery7 Inc.
BOATLIFT & cradle, the
finest alum. boatlift &
stainless hardware, 8-
24KIb, profl install.
avail. (remote avail.).
MOTOR, 2005 Mercury
150 HP, EFI saltwater
low hrs, like-new $6995.
T-TOPS ANODIZED ALUM
CUSTOMIZED to fit ANY
BOAT $800 941-266-0903
[( Boats Wanted ))
W A N T E D
ANY COND. PLEASE
CALL AARON AT: CELL
Auto Engines/ 11
[[ Parts / Misc. JJ
FORD 1972 MAVERICK 4
dr, 302 auto AC, all
work, hit-in rear, no
brakes $600 352-569-1177
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
( Automobiles Misc )J
AA RATED DONATION
DONATE YOUR CAR
BOAT OR REAL ESTATE
IRS TAX DEDUCTIBLE.
FREE PICK UP/TOW
AWAY ANY MODEL/
CHEVROLET 2005 Monte
Carlo LT w/many extra
upgrades, low milage.
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt 90 days
up to 3yrs warr. M-F 9-5.
Mem BBB 813-875-1500
C( Trailers-Tractors ))
5X8 2001 enclosed Wells
Cargo Tote Wagon,
White, 15in wheels
carpet, .25in plywood
interior, $2000 OBO Like
FARMALL Super A Opera-
tional Condition, Some
implements new front
tires. $1975, Call Dan
Classifieds. The bargain
(( Trucks Ught Duty))
DODGE 1995 Dakato, new
tires shocks, 5sp, AC,
exc. cond., 106k mi,
$3, 600 OB, 813-645-
9271 eve, 309-0549 days
DODGE 2003 Ram 1500
Laramie 5.9L, wheel
drive, leather, CD, full
power 55k miles,
FORD 1985 F150 dark
Blue 93K miles Good
cond. $1,250 NW tampa
FORD 2001 F150 XLT,
Sport Pkg Super clean,
black, Auto, CD, exc
FORD 2001 Ranger, 87k
mi, tool box, white, V6,
good cond runs great,
FORD 2002 Harley
Davidson F150, WOW!
Fully loaded, only 29K
mi Warrty 100K mi.
FORD 2004 F150 White,
Ext Bed, 2WD, Auto, PS,
Supercab, 4.6L, Truck
Box, under 30K, $13,000
FORD 2004 Ranger, low
warranty 3.0L, V6, 5
speed, sold business!
FORD F250 1995 XLT, 4x4,
87k miles, all power
tow package, V8, great
MAZDA 2003 Dual Sport
V6 3000, showroom 13k
If no answer leave msg.
TOYOTA 2000 Prerunner,
auto, 4cyl, cold air, fac-
tory alloys, green, tilt,
100K, runs perfect,
[( Trucks Heavy Duty ))
CHEVY 2005 Silverado LT
Crew Cab w/topper.
Fully loaded, Under 15k
mi, Perfect Condition!
DODGE 2005 Ram Quad
Cab SLT 1 ton diesel,
4x4, 7,800 miles, dual
rear wheels, Reese
hitch, fiberglass topper,
FORD 1997 F250 XLT, 4x4,
auto, 8'bd w/cap, new
brakes & tires low mi.
79,600, asking $6800
FORD 2000 F350 XL,
CREW 4WD 7.3 DIESEL,
TINT, GOOSE T-BOX,
LIFT: 130K, 05-6 SPD
MAN, $18,500 OBO.
(863) 644-2623 OR
GMC 2004 Sierra SLE
2500 HD, 4WD, crew
cab, Duramax dsl,
Allison trans, blk ext.
pewter cloth Int. S'bo
GMC wrnty, sharp.
many opts 61,700 nmi.
[( Vans ))
CHEVY 97212K mi, 4-Sp
trans, 8 cyl AM/FM,
Cold A/C, 12 disc CD, 4
bucket seats, all power
tow kg, very clean, ask
ing $5300,1 owner
CHRYSLER 2000 LX 1I,78K
mi., Gold, Ithr seats
quad seats, great
shape, great family car.
DODGE 2000 CARAVAN
Cold airV6, white
91K mi, $5,999 obo
DODGE 2000 Conversion
Van, less than 50K
miles, white, $12 000.
Call 813-961-7185 or
DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor
power ramp, 17,000
miles. Call for more in-
EAGEL 1995 Summit, 5
spd, new clutch, AC,
AWb, runs exc. 4 cyl,
FORD 2003 WINDSTAR
LX, dual sliding doors, 7
passenger, V6 power
everything, 31k miles,
KIA 2005 SEDONA, low
mi., fac. wrrty, p/w, p/I,
cruise, tilt, auto, CD ster-
eo looks & runs great.
Nissan 1997 Quest,
white, 151k mi, irbags,
a/c. am/fm fair cond.
PONTIAC 1997 MONTA-
NA, 4 doors, 95K miles,
red, CD and cassette,
great cond., $4,200. 813-
Classifieds makes it
convenient! Ask how
you can have a
option in your
with our new
Click & Buy feature.
((Sports Utility Vehicles))
CHEVY 1998 Tahoe,
4WD,, all options, exc
cond. Orig owner, well
maint $8,00 obo. 813-
CHEVY 1999 Tahoe, one
owner completely load-
ed, 5.7L, well main-
tained, garage kept,
CHEVY 1999 Tracker 2dr,
convertible, Sspd, 100k
mi, looks & runs good.
CHEVY 2001 TAHOE
$15 000 75k mi, White,
CD/Sat, 20" Chrome
Wheels Fully Loaded.
(800) 280-6070 ext.112
FORD 1984 Bronco II
Good Body, Many New
Parts. Runs Good 4WD,
Many Extras $1,000
FORD 2001 Explorer XLT,
Exc. cond., orig owner,
4dr V6 2WD Ithr snrf,
all opt, loaded $6,900
N 813-774-2222 2
FORD 2003 Explorer
Sport, Exc cond,
FORD 2004 Expedition
Eddie Bauer, 28k mi,
auto, 8 cyl 2WD 6
disc CD, ABS, A/C,
below trade in, Must
Sell, $21,900 obo
FORD 2004 Explorer
Eddie Bauer, V6,Blk/bge
Ithr, fac wrnty, own,
non-smkr, $19,900 OBO.
GMC 2002 Envoy 66K mi,
red, beautiful, all power,
CD, front/rear AC, new
Michelins. below whisl.
HUMMER 2003 H2 11K
Fact war, $10K in
Chrome & 22" Wheels,
Lthr $38K 813-417-1622
INFINITI 1997 Q4, 4x4,
gold, loaded, great
813-920-3126 after 5pm
ISUZU 1993 Trooper Mint
cond, only two owners
ISUZU 1999 Amigo, air,
5spd, CD, convert.,
Looks great, rus great,
silver. 89K mi., $4950
JEEP 1978 CJS, grey,
new tires, all natural
AC, a must see! Asking
JEEP 1999 WRANGLER
SPORT 62k mi, Green w/
Tan Top, 5 Speed, 4WD
6 Cyl. $9,500 Must Sell
LAND Rover 2002 Discov-
ery II, 56K mi, 4WD
white w/tan leather, 2
sunroofs, excellent con-
LEXUS 2005 RX330, full
fact. warr., navigation,
DVD, all options, 22K
miles, black perfect,
TOYOTA 2003 LAND
CRUISER 47,500 mi, Sil-
ver, Sports Utility Au-
to., 4 WD, 8 Cyl. $38,000,
Flawless. DVD /Nav/
loaded (813) 915-9824
[( Motorcycles ))
BMW 1999 R1100R Road-
ster, ABS Red, Exc.
Cond., Runs Great Very
Powerful. 16K mi $7,500
HARLEY 1989 Hugger 1
owner, custom paint, fe-
male owned, lowered,
Mint cond! $3800 firm.
HARLEY 1999 Sportster
883, lowered & lady rid-
den, BIk/orange. $5500
989-8009 ask for Bob
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2004
Road King Classic. fully
loaded w/ext chrome
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2003
Softtail FXST, garage
kept, 11k mi,
SUZUKI 2004 GSXR 750,
blue & white, 7300
miles, garage kept,
mint condition! Under
tail & Yosh. Pipe. Flesh
turn signals. Must Sell
SUZUKI 2004 INTRUDER
1500LC, windshield, Co-
bra pipes, saddle bags,
all exc. cond., 4K miles,
VICTORY 2003 VEGAS,
5,000 mi., Billet wheels,
bags and windshield.
(( Motorcycles )]
YAMAHA DIRT BIKES
2003 YZ 250 and 2005 YZ
85 plus a trailer
$5500.or best offer. 813
915-9824 (813) 915-9824
WANTED Sport Bikes.
Any year, any cond. We
pay cash Top $$. Will
pick up. Sales/Serv/Part
S Golf Carts ]
EZGO electric golf cart,
running condition, new
batteries w/charge new
brain, high wheeler,
813-500-2005 aft 5pm
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
Yamaha 1992 Electric, 36
v, new tires, good ba
series, with charger
Recondition with new
Markey Battery Inc.
( ATVs A)
DIRTBIKE '03 YZF 250, 4
stroke, all after market
parts, high performance
$4K OBO or trade for
HONDA 1987 FOUR TRAX
250 Quad, runs great.
Needs carb work. First
POLARIS 1999 RANGER,
.6x6, 215 hours, excel-
lent cond., has electric
wench & windshield.
$6,501 obo 813-363-1007
$$$ CASH $$$
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Any Price/Any Time
CALL ME FIRST!
$$$ CASH $$$
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Any Price/Any Time
CALL ME FIRST!
CASH PAID For Cars
Running or Not! We'll
come pick it up!
Paying a littlebit more!
Cal Rob at 813-610-1535
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Running Or Not.
C & CAUTO SALVAGE
WE BUY CARS TRUCK &
VANS. RUNNING OR
NOT. FREE TOWING.
Running or Not!
([Classics & Antiques))
Frost beige ext. neutral
Ithr int., 5.7L V8 eng. All
pwr. very clean. 63K mi.
1 owner, gar. kept. $10K
CHEVY 1951 SEDAN,
runs and looks good,
new headliner, tires,
was $4,555. Now $3,755
CHEVY 1964 NOVA 4 dr,
original 6cyl auto, work-
ing factory A/C, 96,300
miles runs good,
FORD 1958 FAIRLANE
Retractable hard top, in
good shape, new interi-
or, $28,000 obo.
NISSAN 1984 200SX
TURBO Met Bronze,
Orig. Owner, 50K mi.,
Runs Great. Exc. Cond.
TRIUMPH 19 7 7
BONNEVILLE Red, New
Tires Exc. Condo, Runs
Great, Powerful. $3,900.
'66 Mustang F/B, White
Paint Blue Stripes, 90%
Car, Call for list of work
done Serious Inquiries
[[ Limousines ))
LINCOLN 1998 Towncar
120" White Private
Owned, Exc Cond
123,500 call for more
[(Automobiles for Sale))
ACURA 2002 MDX 4D,
51,600 Hwy Mi, BIk
W/Tan Leather, CD,
Tow Pkg, $22,500
ACURA 2004 TL 21K mi,
Black w/Tan Leather
Int, Navigation, GREAT
Surround Sound, XM
AUDI 1999 A6 Quattro su-
per clean,great condi-
tion loaded $11,000.
((Automobiles for Sale))
BMW 1996 328i converti-
ble, auto low mi., load-
win alloy rims, 1 own-
er. $9490. 813-215-5738
BMW 1996 Z3 Roadster
CD leather, cold AC,
10ok miles, $6,800
I 813-918-2144 I
BMW 1999 528i SIvr, Non-
Smoker, Auto, V6, Lthr,
Sunrf, Pwr Win/Seats,
Looks & Runs Like New!
BMW 2001 325i, auto, AC
1 owner, white, like
new, very clean, dir
srvc 80K mi. $13,500.
BMW 2001 750 IL, Rare
Highline Series, Blue
w/ivory int. Motivated
seller due to relocation.
BMW 20012 3 2.5L, 48K
mi, auto, Ithr, metallic
dark red AC, CD, 4 new
tires. 1 owner. $19.9K
BMW 2003 Z4 3.0i sport,
Loaded! 23k mi, Burgun-
dy Convertible, $29,900,
Low Miles Flawless
BMW 2004 330ci conver-
tible, black sapphire,
brown leather int.,
sports pkg, 27,500 mi,
BMW 2005 330C1 Conv't,
12K mi. sport pkg, nav
Sirius radio, upgraded
rims, many other ops,
asKing $44,900 obo.
Cadillac 1990 ElDorado
Biarritz, loaded, white
tan leather, runs &
drives great $2500 cash.
CADILLAC 1997 Catera,
all power, leather, 105k
miles, runs great,
CADILLAC 1997 Catera,
74K mi. white, tan
leather interior, V6,
CADILLAC 1998 DeVille
D'Elegance, red w/gold
trim It Ithr int, orig no-
smoke owner. Immacu-
late. $8K 813-935-3374
CADILLAC 2000 SEDAN
DEVILLE, options galore
,including OnStar, beau-
tiful condo. in/out, well
maintained, $14,500 obo
Come see. Please call
CADILLAC 2002 Eldorado,
exc. cond. last yr made,
39K mi, 60K mi left on
100K mi cert wrnty,
new tires, loaded,
cass/6-disc CD. $22,900.
813-453-1767 to make
appt, avail for viewing
CHEVY 1996 CAVALIER
Convertible LS 81K mi.,
1 owner, new tires, new
CHEVY 2001 Malibu V8
auto, white, 75k mi,
immaculate, good gas
mileage. Exc condition
$6500 obo. 813-754-1352
CHEVY 2003 Cavalier LS
Sport, 17k miles, garage
kept, beautiful conDi-
tion moving must sell.
CHEVY 2003 Monte Carlo
SS, 43k, extended
warranty, Very good
condition. $14500 obo.
CHEVY 2003 Venture
26K mi. very clean, 7
pass. CD, auto DR s,
CHRYSLER 1996 Con-
corde 4 dr, Auto, All
pwr, Great Condition!
50K mi on motor $3650.
CHRYSLER 2004 SEBRING
Convertible LXi, 44K mi,
V6, auto, white, char-
coal leather, suede inte-
rior, exc cond, $13,500.
CORVErTE 2004 triple
black convertible, 21K,
non-smoking, 1 owner
$35K Firm 813-477-7907
CORVETTE 2005 new
cherry red met. Naviga-
tion on-star XM radio
and more. 6k mi.,$46K
DODGE 2003 Neon 4dr,
auto., A/C AM/FMCD,
tinted windows, 51K mi,
7/70 Bumper to Bumper
warranty., exc. cond.
DODGE 2005 Stratus SXT,
fully loaded alloy
wheels, blue color.
19K miles $10,900.
FORD 1994 Mustang GT
Conv't 5.0L V8, AT, low
mi. Ithr, tilt, cruise,
$5950 obo. 813-270-1627
FORD 1999 Mustang
Cobra SVT Conv't. load-
ed, araged, extra
clean, 49.8Kmi. $14,700,
Find what you need in
(Automobiles for Sale))
FORD 2002 Ford Mustang
GT, Yellow, 5-Speed,
black leather interior,
premium sound system,
real sharp $14,500
FORD 2003 Taurus SES,
silver, recent tires &
ali nment, garaged, NS,
74K hwy mi. we[ maint
FORD 2004 Mustang, wht
w/lg. decals, 7,400mi,
3yr mfg wty 40th anniv
edit., loaded, like new
FORD 2005 FOCUS
miles, perfect cond
HONDA 1992 Accord $875
MUST SELL! for listing
1-800-749-8167 ext C752
HONDA 1992 Accord Only
$850! Police Impounds!
For listings Call 1-800-
749-8116 Ext. 4880
HONDA 1997 Prelude, au
to, w/tiptronic, dark
green ext. very clean,
sunroof, a/c, pw, p,
tint $7500 813-451-7'795
HONDA 2000 ACCORD EX,
Champaigne, 34K mi.,
sun roof, new tires, Ithr,
loaded, well maint.
HONDA 2001 Civic LX 86k
mi, Green, Exc Cond ,
Ex Warranty $8,400
INFINITI 1999 130, auto,
Bose s s., sunroof, Ithr,
PD PW, P/seats, side
airbags, Exc cond.
INFINITI 2004 G35 COUPE
11,800 miles, auto,
garage kept asking
LEXUS 1997 ES 300 114K
ml Sharp dark grey
w/light grey leather in
Great car! $7650.Lve
LEXUS 2003 SC430 Road-
ster 28K miles, warran-
ty, Carfax, nav., NS, new
$67,000, offered at
MAZDA 2002 TRIBUTE LX
6cyl, sand beige, runs &
looks new orig owner,
94K mostly hwy mi,
price $5K below book
val. $8150 813-842-4037
MERCEDES 1982 300D
TURBO DIESEL, runs
great, looks nice. $2,300
OBO3. 352-799-1833 or
MERCEDES 1983 3805L
hard top convertible,
new hard top and tires,
like new, $8,00.
woman owr. uutstand-
ing condition! Classic.
$10,500. (774) 810-0112.
MERCEDES 1998 230 hard
top cony., immaculate
cond., 65K1, red & black
int, silver ext. great
MERCEDES 2000 E320 59K
mi, immac, all avail op-
tions, silver, Xenon,
chrme rims, $17,258 obo
MERCEDES 2003 SL 500
Conv., a special ordered
car, Only 11,000mi, mint
cond., red, navigation,
keyless entry, panoramic
roof sport pkg, addition-
al P cd chngr, must see
to appreciate, orig. price
$115,000 Asking $76,900.
Sweb Id #1627220
MERCEDES 2003 S600
AMG sport package,
29K mi, keyless go,
phone, navigation, CD,
AC/heated seats, wood
steering, every option
avail. Pristine cond! The
best of the best! Only
500 SL AMG Sport,
ible with both tops, 19k
mi, New SL55 Wheels,
(800) 280-6070 ext.112
MERCEDES BENZ 1992
500SEL, 64K miles
New tires new battery
MERCEDEZ 2002 E430,
silver pkg, 42K miles,
black w/grey leather
new tires exc. condl
$28K. (813) 907-8025.
MERCURY 1990 GRAND
MARQUIS, runs great,
looks greaQ ice cofd AC,
MINICOOPER 2004 5spd
Blue/w h i t e ,
wheels 4K miles.
[(Automobiles for Sale))
Mitsubishi 1999 Mirage
SONY C /RADIO, COLD
A/C Tint. GREAT CAR!
MITSUBISHI 2003 Eclipse
GS, 55K mi., Gray BIk
Ithr intr, sunroof, load-
ed new tires exc. cond.
NISSAN 1983 280ZX, good
condition, Michelin tires,
t-roof, runs great. Mini-
mum rust $2500.
NISSAN 1998 Altima GXE,
auto, power, loaded, eld-
erly driven, 1 owner,
new brakes 110,000 mi,
NISSAN 2001 SENTRA
GXE all power A/C, CD
AM/FM, 39K mi., good
condition. $7,800 OBO.
NISSAN 2001 Xterra, 70k
mi, runs good, loaded,
new tires. Asking
$14,000 obo. Must sell!
NISSAN 2002 Maxima SE
Gold, 39K mi, AM/FM,
CD & cass. Excellent.
$15,000. Leave message
NISSAN 2004 ALTIMA
13,500 mi, Black, Sedan,
5 Speed, 2 WD, 4 Cyl.
l$6,900, Must See!!
OLDSMOBILE 1998 Re-
gency, all pwr Ithr, V6,
runs great, well kept, se-
nior owned. $2,995.
OLDSMOBILE 1998 Re-
gency loaded, alloys,
nice lthr int. 120k hwy
mi. Runs perfect. $3850.
PONTIAC 2004 Grand Am
SE, 4 door, V6 auto,
loaded 12k mi, factory
warranty. $105100 obo.
PONTIAC 2005 GTO,
Beautiful & fast car
400HP V8 auto, silver,
low mi., $24,500.
PORSCHE 2006 Carrera
4S Cab convertible, tri-
ple blk nav, upgraded
whis like new 1700 mi,
SAAB 2005 Aero Conver-
tible, 3,900 Miles, 5 Spd,
Pick-up lease payments
$2k down $586/mo. Exc.
SATURN 2003 Sport Wag-
on V-6, chrome wheels,
Ithrr, auto, well main
96k hw mi, exc cond
SUBURB 1995 LEGACY,
Great shape, needs
TOYOTA 1988 Supra
Turbo, 105K, auto, runs
well, exc int., Targa top,
good body, 1st $2000
fakes it. Serious inq.
TOYOTA 1999 Camry LE,
PW, PL, PS & PS,
sunroof, tinted win-
dows, brand new 2003
engine, 169,600 miles.
TOYOTA 2003 Corolla LE,
4dr, auto, 58K mi. white,
power cruise control,
cass/CD, looks clean.
TOYOTA 2004 Avalon XLS
25K Mi, Exc Cond.
VOLVO 1994 940 Like
new, 69k mi, super ster-
eo sys, tinted windows.
Elderly owned. $5500.
VOLVO 1995 940,118k mi,
looks & runs great, lots
new, cold AC, sunroof,
pwr everything, $3,995.
VOLVO 2001 C-70 COUPE
Rare Titanium Ed. Leath-
er, premium sound sys
performance tires. $20K
VW 2001 Jetta GLS, 60K
miles, Loaded, leather
moonroof, auto, Full
power,,4cyl, $9500 obo.
32 THE COURIER MARCH 16,2006
~rrrrrrrr iTr rrrrrrrrrrrrErrrrrfri rrrrrrfffrrrrrffrrEFrrfIrf[Ea:EE[ E[[ EL
.... .. -
-. ~,,, -. .a~ 7 -.r ryou.
CA..'-. . ZAM AN1161004
2005 FORD PRESIDENT'S AWARD!
F .. P Ct.lo
Ti,, Buce p aiL.
... ff"11- ....... ". .... : : *L-&
wull ; -1Y y
A a.d, to:
TlrJ.-3 6,r.: (
06 ford explorer
6,A W .
06 ford expedWtot
Ede paujer, PoRY 30 A'30moll' I'i
1.-8 94,, Tra~tr
05 ford excursion
EdijalBauer Prer.s n
1Lu s E C:rc m e
L-trea IM .
Go r Sknaa,
T owfi- I."40E
L A".EI bJ: r
- ar: .3 uK.
OJ erm~ry gor-ltd Marq~uis
jrai 5 R:.L%
.C C,%m Seema~r
OS lincoln town car
"vB i inng. ..- :.,-. -.. ,
.- Aul.:. RAD
rtll.". 'C L 1 I
06 mercury montego
LiadwI rferaedee 30 Wmhit) 19.0t.a
's rFe PL 35dlC lwttl
al SprCY POCK-
se- T. .
G0 mercury milan
PW PL rC-eat .
4.,l P/ PL
SPrices include all rebates and dscounts including Ford Finance Bnus Cash and Owner Loyally Bonus. All prices are plus tax, tag and $525
,I, 1, ** r.,,,, ,:, tl ,;,j 1,. I, :, I, I ,: .... r L fl, in n liil,- r. ,, i' ^ 1 ,1,.,; -t T;. 'ri;n, F .,, ,i -, not ;n [,- h,, 1 tT ,-
P ,' r,,: "l I l 1: J,',',,' I,', -ll ,1,1,, h ,, 11,.,11|1 j,,,
_ __ _ __ _ ___ __ _ _
L L L LJL 01 11 M, O-II-I' '-Nk~d* eZ~ e ~ 1- ~C rV~ -- ~ I 1~ll r~~U~--F
P~$~B~~fF~P~ J L-Mimsasr