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THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 2006 SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA
Rainbow Ball raises
more than $100,000
Meet the Rev. James
Jones of Westside
Baptist Church, our
latest "In the Spirit"
Which movies will be
box office blockbusters
this summer? Get a sneak
preview with critic Bob
The Tampa Tribune
SFomr h.lmyi ca
'Once Upon A Cure
Is No Fairv Tale
FUNDRAISER CLOSES IN
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
A lot of hard work and
involvement by hundreds of
volunteers went into the
annual Plant City Relay for
Life to benefit the American
Organizers said the effort is
paying off as almost $200,000
in contributions have been
counted from the April 21-22
event. Based on the theme
"Once Upon A Cure" the event
attracted about 70 teams from
across the region, including
schools, businesses, individu-
als and civic clubs.
"Encouraging survivors and
working together to find a cure
for cancer is the goal of this
annual event," said 2006 Relay
chairwoman Cathy Valliana-
tos, a quality assurance super-
visor at Plant City production
plant for Mastertaste Inc. "We
want to thank all the hundreds
of people who took the time to
organize teams for the relay.
We are also pleased that the
event was well attended, the
weather was good and the sur-
vivors turned out in force."
More than ,200 _iurxi\ors
registered \\ith the event.
Thousands of caretakers and
cancer cure supporters cov-
ered the Plant City High
School football field and track
during the 17-hour event that
started at 6 p.m. Friday and
continued until 11 a.m. Satur-
GEORGE H. NEWIMANiStaffpholo
The 2006 American Cancer Society Plant City Relay for Life kicked off this
year's fundraising campaign April 21 at the Plant City High School football
stadium. The theme for the event was "Once Upon A Cure," combining
popular fairy tales with real world adventures. The opening ceremony saw
56 of 70 registered teams in attendance, including the Corkerella team,
foreground, from Cork Elementary School. More pictures, Page 3.
Red letter day for Walden Lake
KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
Letters in hand, Walden Lake residents celebrate the return of the a mailbox that was removed by postal authorities in February. The
mailbox on Timberlane Drive was reinstalled April 18 after an outcry from residents of the 7,000-home development on Alexander
Street. See Story Page 14.
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APRIL 27, 2006 THE COURIER-*3
National Day of Prayer
set for May 4
Plant City will celebrate the
55th annual National Day of
Prayer May 4. The following
events are planned:
+ The Day of Prayer break-
fast is scheduled for 7 to 8 a.m.
at Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
Cason St. The event will be
hosted by the Rev. Joe Bowles.
Plant City Mayor John Dicks
will be the featured speaker.
Tickets are $5.
An hour of prayer will take
place at -noon in the city hall
auditorium, 302 W. Reynolds
St. Hosted by David Delph,
First Presbyterian Church; Earl
Smith, First United Methodist
Church; Julio Santana, Bread
of Life Mission; and Roy
Liburd, Mount Olive Baptist
Church. Pedro Santana will
A community prayer and
praise service will take place
from 7 to 8 p.m. at Plant City
Church of God, 2103 Mud Lake
Road. Hosted by the Rev. Rob-
ert Herrin, prayers will be led
by area pastors and special
music will be provided.
For more information, call
the Rev. Norman Blanron,
coordinator of events for
Somebody Cares Plant City, at
Community Expo on tap
The Plant City Community
Expo is planned for May 4
from 2 to 6 p.m. at the John R.
Trinkle Multi-Purpose Center
at Hillsborough Community
College, 1206 N. Park Road.
The event will feature more
than 50 businesses, free food,
door prizes and giveaways.
Admission is free.
Information: 754-3707 or e-
Fire Alert Day
Children will be able to get
hands-on with fire safety
equipment at Fire Alert Day on
May 6 from 9 a.m. to noon at
Mike Sansone Park, 1702 N.
The event will be hosted by
the Plant City Noon Rotary
Club and will includedexhibits
from the state forestry depart-
ment, Hillsborough County
Sheriffs Office, Plant City Fire
Rescue, the Plant City Police
Department and Hillsborough
"Smokey the Bear" will also
pay a visit.
All children who participate
in the event will be given a
ticket redeemable at the park
concession stand for food and
Call: 763 0872.
Art guild banquet
The East Hillsborough Art
Guild plans a banquet May 1 at
6:30 p.m. Dinner will be luau
The group's new slate of
officers will be installed at this
banquet. They are: president,
Eleanore C. McDade; first vice
president, Betty Jones; second
vice president, Louann
Watson; recording secretary,
Peggy Courson; corresponding
secretary, Joan Hamilton; trea-
surer, Jon Courson.
Call: 719-6533 or 754-2859.
NEWS TIP? Call
GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photos
Survivors line out for Relay for Life
About 200 cancer survivors registered with the organizers of the relay. Many of them wore complementary T-shirts
and a survivor sash.
1 ; -..
Above, the organizers of the relay stayed busy for most of the year heading up to the April 21-22 event. Organizers
included Jim Black, left, chairwoman Cathy Vallianatos, a quality assurance supervisor at Mastertaste Inc., Jason Jones
of Advantage Restoration Inc. and Amanda Stevens of the Valrico Home Depot. Above right, the survivor tent was set
up by the American Cancer Society to shield survivors and their caregivers during a complimentary meal.
M. IUWI : ...1 .1 ',:-, 'pLeft, lawyer Jim
Redman is a 25-
S,' year survivor
treatment for a
L gives the
S "*":"' *'" *' .. .... ., thumbs up to
..- friends as his
S, : wife, Ruby Jean,
drives a golf
Iw .. cart around the
Cancer survivors took the first lap at the 2006 Plant City Relay for Life. Survivors were led by a host of 2006 area
pageant winners who carried the relay banner. The second lap included survivors and caregivers. The relay continued
from 6 p.m. Friday to 11 a.m. Saturday and drew thousands of participants.
4 THE COURIER APRIL 27, 2006
School Warning For
LETTER GIVEN TO PLANT CITY
With a national protest for immigrant rights.
looming, school authorities are warning _4u-
dents who join political protests theii
absences need to approved by parents.
About 200 Plant City High School students
kippedd school April 10 to attend an immigra-
tion rights protest outside city hall. After the
protest, school officials said the students who
came to school that day and walked out would
fdce m-house school su.,pensions.
At the time, several student,. said they
planned walk out again May I as part of a
national protest against immigration bills
under consideration in Congress.
Surprised by the first walkout, school offi-
Jcial prepared for any possible walkouts b\
giving a letter to all students April 24.
"[[ has been brought to our attention thai
there may be some political acrtvties in which
yaur child may wish to participate. 1%hich imay
iesuli in an ab'.ence from school the letter
said "IL is not oiur oostrion to detc-rmine the
importance ol yowL personal views. How.vever,
Hillsborough Counrty Pub'jc Schools e-.:pects
students to attend school regularly and be on
nime for classes. It is the responsibility of the
student'ss parent or guardian to notify[ the
school before or on the day of the absence
'f ,ou are planning to allow your child to
participate in .i non-school related function ot01
actir'ty, we recommend tlha you re\ew the
procedures ... and make prior arrangements
with the principal."
The following incidents were
reported to the Plant City Polic.e
Department between April 9-16.
Criminal mischief, 10:45 a.m.,
900 West Madison Street
Grand theft, 5 p.m., 300 block
Park Springs Apartments
Grand theft, 6 p.m., 1800 block
East Cherry Street
Drug investigation, 5:12 p.m.,
Ever and Reynolds streets
Drug investigation, 8:19 p.m.,
1100 block West Ball Street
Vehicle theft, 10 p.m., 300 block
Park Spring Circle
Driving under the influence, 12:
21 a.m., East Alabama and South
Drug investigation, 2:25 a.m., U.
S. Highway 92 and Turkey Creek
Retail theft, 9:14 a.m., 1800 block
James L. Redman Parkway
Vehicle burglary, noon, 300
block West Reynolds Street
Attempted robbery, 12:57 p.m.,
1700 block West Baker Street
Vehicle theft, 5 p.m., 300 block
Park Spring Circle
Vehicle theft, 5:38 p.m., Maki
Road and Alexander Street
Petty theft, 5:38 p.m., 1100 block
East Baker Street
Petty theft, 7:43 p.m., 500 block
South Maryland Avenue
Aggravated battery, 10 p.m., 400
West Dixie Street
Aggravated assault, 6:15 a.m.,
2900 block Wilder Creek Circle
Retail theft, 1:20 p.m. 2600 block
James L. Redman Parkway
Drug investigation, 1:53 p.m.,
600 block South Evers Street
Burglary residence, 3:50 p.m.,
800 block Northwest Drane Street
Drug investigation, 6:17 p.m.,
800 block West Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Boulevard
Criminal mischief, 7 p.m., 3100
block Airport Road
Criminal mischief, 8 p.m., 2900
block Spring Hammock Drive
Vehicle theft, 8:30 p.m., 700
block North Mobley Street
Vehicle theft, 8:30 p.m., Collins
and Strickland streets
Petty theft, 3:40 p.m., 2600 block
James L. Redman Parkway
Attempted robbery, 5:20 p.m.,
800 block West Dr. Martin Luther
Burglary structure, 5:25 p.m.,
600 block South Collins Street
Burglary residence, 7:15 p.m.,
1200 block West Washington
Criminal mischief, 8 p.m., 600
East Alexander Street
Petty theft, 12:45 a.m., 3400
block West Baker Street
Robbery, 2:24 a.m., South Waller
and West Warren streets
Burglary vehicle, 7 a.m., 600
block Frontage Road
Petty theft, 1:20 p.m., 500 South
Drug investigation, 4:18 p.m.,
1200 block West Washington
Petty theft, 5:15 p.m., 2600 block
James L. Redman Parkway
Criminal mischief, 11 p.m., 4000
block Barret Avenue
Criminal mischief, 1:07 a.m.,
4200 block Barret Avenue
Drug investigation, 1:50 a.m.,
South Alexander and West Grant
Criminal mischief, 2:30 a.m., 200
block East Rayburn Road
Burglary structure, 3:25 a.m.,
1700 block North Park Road
Retail theft, 12:10 p.m., 2600
block James L. Redman Parkway
Vehicle theft, 12:30 p.m., 600
block North Willis Street
Retail theft, 1:38 p.m., 1400
South South Collins Street
Criminal mischief, 5 p.m., 3100
block Sammonds Road
Burglary, 5 p.m., 2500 block
Turkey Creek Road
Retail theft, 5:10 p.m., 2600 block
James L. Redman Parkway
Retail theft, 8 p.m., 2100 block
James L. Redman Parkway
Drug investigation, 9:07 p.m.,
200 block West Alexander Street
Aggravated assault, 10 p.m., 800
North Gordon Street
Aggravated battery, 11:42 p.m.,
1600 block East Alabama Street
Drug investigation, 6:57 a.m.,
100 block Dr. Martin Luther King
Vehicle burglary, 10:15 a.m.,
2300 block James L. Redman Park-
Petty theft, 6:45 p.m., 2500 block
Criminal mischief, 7 p.m. 100
block Center Street
Criminal mischief, 8:30 p.m.,
1200 block Townsgate Court
Drug investigation, 8:35 p.m.,
1800 Camp Court
Vehicle theft, 10 p.m., 2800 block
Spring Meadow Drive
Drug investigation, 5:53 p.m.,
500 block South Maryland Avenue
Drug investigation, 6:56 p.m.,
500 block South Collins Avenue
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THE GAME IS ON.
Children's Classic golf tournament
The Children's Classic golf tournament
is planned for April 28 at 11 a.m. at Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club. A shotgun start
is set for 12:30 p.m. in a four-person scram-
ble format. Call: 754-3707 or 757-1286.
School sets Spring Fling
Wilson Elementary School, 702 English
St., will present a Spring Fling concert fea-
turing all grade levels April 28 at 6 p.m.
Church plans golf tourney
Church on the Rock's seventh annual
golf tournament is set for April 29 at 7:15
a.m. at Plant City Golf Club. The $50 fee
includes breakfast, lunch, door prizes and
other awards. Register at 752-3740 by April
26. Information: www.rockofpc.com.
The Make an Offering garage sale is set
for April 29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at First
Baptist Church of Mango, Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Boulevard and State Road
579. Proceeds will benefit the Derek Jack-
son family. Call: 689-1423.
Bilingual book celebration
"El Dia de los Ninos, El Dia de los
Libros," a bilingual celebration of books,
families and reading is planned at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St., April
29 from 2 to 4 p.m. Information: 757-9215
The Plant City Recreation & Parks Depart-
ment is hosting a teen lock-in at the Plant
City Family YMCA April 29 from 7 to 11 p.m.
The event is for ages 12 to 18. Pizza, sodas
and snacks will be provided. The event will
include four hours of basketball, volleyball,
indoor soccer, swimming, racquetball and
more. Cost: $7 per teen. Information:
www.plantcitygov.com/rec or 659-4255.
Bless Israel event
A bless Israel event is scheduled April 29
from noon to 7:30 p.m. at Lake Mirror Park
on Orange Street in Lakeland. The event
will include food, speakers, Israeli dance
performances and more. Call: 404-5673.
School yard sale
The Turkey Creek Middle School Band
Boosters plan a yard sale April 29 from 8 a.m.
to noon at the school, 5005 S. Turkey Creek
Road. All proceeds generated will help the
Gobbler Band with repairs on existing instru-
ments, as well as purchasing new music and
instruments. Call: Kelly, 754-9268.
Greater Brandon AARP Chapter 4442,
which covers the Plant City area, will meet
May 1 at 11:30 a.m. at the Brandon Commu-
nity Center, 502 E. Sadie St. The group will
host a baby shower for the Brandon Care
Pregnancy Center and announce its Volun-
teer of the Year. Call: Betty, 689-2173.
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St., offers the following free computer
Internet, level I, May 1 at 3:30 p.m.
E-mail, Level I, May 15 at 3:30 p.m.
E-mail, Level II, May 22 at 3:30 p.m.
Limited seating, register in person no
sooner than one hour prior to the program.
Information: 757-9215 or www.hcplc.org.
Wilson Elementary School, 702 English
St., plans a kindergarten roundup May 2 at
9:30 a.m. in the cafeteria. Call: 272-4000.
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., plans a book discussion of "Fall on Your
Knees" by Ann Marie MacDonald May 2 at
11 a.m. The multigenerational saga chroni-
cles the lives of four sisters, and copies of
the book are available at the library.
Pick of the Week
Photo courtesy of East Thonotosassa Baptist Church
Southern gospel concert
The Centurions quartet will perform April 30 at 6 p.m. at East Thonotosassa Baptist
Church, 12735 Knights Griffin Road. Admission is free with refreshments following
the concert. Call: 986-4346.
S.' Education forum
Hunter Gambrell, a
"'. r candidate for the Hills-
4. Z ,borough County School
S Board, plans a public
,forum on education April
Pho":27 at 7:30 p.m. in the new
Trinkle Center at Hills-
Gambrell, an 18-year-old
graduate of Plant City
High School, is running for
the District IV seat,
... .. presently filled by Jennifer
.. Faliero. Admission is free.
Photo courtesy of First Baptist
CGOnRGE H NHNEMAN/Stffnhtn Church of Plant City
Photo courtesy of First Baptist Church of Plant City
First Baptist concert
The Florida Baptist singing men and women will perform April 28 at 7 p.m. at the First
Baptist Church of Plant City's worship center, 503 N. Palmer St. The concert will be
under the direction of Terry Williams. The group is comprised of ministers of music,
their spouses, children's choir leaders and others. Call: Myrle Henry, 752-4094.
See CALENDAR, Page 19
APRIL 27, 2006 + THE COURIER 5
Network Professionals of
Plant City Inc. meets at 11:45
a.m. Thursday at City Grill,'
1701 S. Alexander St. Call:
Michael Gottesman: 754-
Rotary Daybreak Club
The Rotary Daybreak Club
meets Mondays at 7 a.m. at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
The Plant City Kiwanis
Club meets Wednesdays at
noon at the Ramada Inn, 2011
N. Wheeler St. Call: Ken
Strawberry Singles Club
invites singles to a dance
every Friday from 8 p.m. to
midnight at the Stardust
Dance Center in Plant City
Plaza, 1405 Collins St. The
cost is $5 for members, $7 for
nonmembers. Call: 752-9277
The Plant City Civitan Club
meets the first and third
Thursday of every month at 6:
45 a.m. at the Orange Blos-
som Tea Room, 106 S. Evers
Call: Ann Churchwell, 986-
Hope A[-Anon meets
Monday at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Clement Catholic Church,
1104 N. Alexander St., Room
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of
Plant City meets at 7:30 p.m.
on the third Thursday of the
month at The First United
Methodist Church Wesley
Call Don Rainard, 707-
Florida A&M Alumni
The Florida A&M Univer-
sity National Alumni Associa-
tion's Plant City chapter
meets every fourth Monday
at 6:30 p.m. at Mount Moriah
Missionary Baptist Church,
911 E. Warren St. Call: Bea
PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High School
Class of 1951 meets the
second Tuesday of the month
at the Ramada Inn.
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
Call: 752-6317 or 633-0029.
Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of
Plant City meets the first
Friday of every month from 7
to 8:45 p.m. at Ms. Cherie's
Art & Frame Shop, 119 W.
The group was formed to
help children appreciate art
and participate in hands-on
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Boredom Is The Devil's Workshop
I 've mentioned before my contention that c
ends with puberty and that we do young p(
grave injustice by branding them as child
they are 18. Worse, we keep them confined
world's most ineffective public education syst
Let me contrast that fate
with the actions of Benjamin
Franklin. Franklin, at the age of
8, studied at Boston Grammar
School. He was withdrawn
because of poor family finances
and finished his formal school-
ing at George Brownell's
English School- at age 11.
From 11 to 12, he worked in
his father's shop making
candles and soap, then tried
the cutlery business but came
back to his father's shop. From
age 13 to 15, he worked for his
brother and wrote broadside
ballads. He borrowed books to
read, among them John
Bunyan, Xenophon, John
Locke, various histories and
religious polemics, and
improved his writing by
imitating the essays of Joseph
Addison and Sir Richard Steele
in the London Spectator.
What is your 15-year-old
reading? I might point out that
most students don't read Locke
until they get to college. At age
16, Franklin started his own
newspaper, and his career was
under way. At 16, our young
people are still confined in
public schools, and
without any practicE
experience at all. Th
English reading list.
school I attended co
such difficult works
Barton, Student Nur
genius IQ, but don't
aren't young men ai
today in their teens
have a genius IQ, an
of them are being b(
behavior by curricula
been dumbed down
childhoodd sure those with below-average
S a IQs can pass. Our public
eople a education system is a disgrace.
en until It is the most expensive in the
in the world and produces the worst
tem. To stretch out for 12 years so
little knowledge is ridiculous.
Basic education should be
finished by the age of 12 or 13.
After that, young people should
be apprenticed, enrolled in
.* !commercial or vocational
schools, freed to work or, if
they have the IQ for college,
enrolled in the university
system. Instead, we, in effect,
put off until age 22 when a
young person can even get
Y started in a career if it requires
a college degree. No wonder
the really smart ones drop out.
st Franklin's IQ might have
been high, but his experiences
were the norm in his time.
Childhood ended with puberty,
generally and young men and women
al work were.expected to get about the
ie senior business of life instead of trying
at the high to amuse themselves until the
mntained age of 18. We would have far
as "Sue less juvenile crime and teen
rse." pregnancy if we treated young
had a people as young adults instead
t think there of as children. Boredom is the
nd women devil's workshop, and I can't
who also think of anything more boring
id too many that an American public
ored to bad school.
la that have Education doesn't really take
to make place in an institution. The
individual educates himself by
reading and thinking. Ideally, a
teacher can offer some guid-
ance, perhaps stir some
enthusiasm. Most of our public
schoolteachers are trapped in
an institutional setting where
most of their day involves more
or less the same duties as a
The idea of consolidated
central schools is one of the
dumbest ones ever to come
down the pike, and the field of
education is crowded with
dumb ideas. Compulsory-
attendance laws are another
dumb idea. If parents had to
face the prospect of living with
their own children, instead of
dumping them into the public
school system, they'd make a
better effort to teach them
good manners. Without
compulsory-attendance laws, a
school could set standards and
send home any student who
failed to meet them.
In our corporate-dominated,
many have lost touch with
reality and no longer know how
to live, much less rear children.
We need to make drastic
changes, because our society,
as it is presently structured, is
Write to Charley Reese at
P.O. Box 2446, Orlando, FL
Ih Lady Liberty Must Bi
Shave been listening to all the immigration hoopla
over these past few weeks. Like many issues, I find
GE NEWMAN myself vacillating between various points of view.
Reporter One day I nod in agreement with one argument,.
ediaenea comr then the very next I can't help but see eye to eye with
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something somebody on the other side of the issue
What bothers me most,
however, is my conscience. I
have noticed how easy it is to
latch on to arguments and
solutions that look to make my
life easier, as if that were the
beginning and end of all
relevant thinking. Just because
I like a particular idea doesn't
mean that there's nothing else
to be said.
Thinking primarily about
ourselves is always the begin-
ning of narrow-mindedness,
and I am suspicious that too
many of us take that road far
It's not just immigration. My
go-to positions regarding a lot
of issues often have more to do
with my personal comfort level
than what might ultimately be
right or wrong.
There are bigger things at
stake than what may or may
not make my life easier,
prosperous or less
controversial. Yet we seem to
be fighting a tidal wave of self-
centered philosophy that goes
all the wayto the heart of our
Advertising pushes luxury
because, "We deserve it."
Politics has become a game of
securing local pork even if it
means hardship elsewhere.
Foreign policy unapologetically
puts our "'national interests"
ahead of global, environmental
or sovereignty considerations.
Even prime time religion
regularly confuses personal
faith with "what's in it for me."
further promotes a culture of
self-interest by suggesting that
hard work is undignified, that
personal struggle is somehow
beneath us and that unhin-
dered access to consumer
e Beacon For The World
goods says more about being
American than liberty or self-
It is important that we begin
to learn to look at the broader
picture before making snap
judgments, throwing out knee-
jerk reactions and imposing all-
encompassing points of view,
especially when real lives and
the families of real people are
As our representatives in
Washington craft legislation
designed to deal with the very
real problem of undocumented
immigration, the last thing they
need to do is follow the clamor-
ous voices of popular opinion.
Too much of what I hear in
casual conversation is fueled
by alarmist and racist Internet
posts designed to play on
ignorance and fear.
I'd rather a congressional
delegation spent a few weeks
picking strawberries around
Plant City, visiting with families
at the Beth-El Mission in
Ruskin or traveling the East
Coast with a band of migrant
farmhands as they work their
way around the growing
One of the most disturbing
comments of recent days
suggested the Statue of Liberty
be considered irrelevant in the
21st century. Such thinking
goes to the heart of the self-
centered shift in our national
consciousness. I believe
America needs to remain a
clear beacon to the yearnings
of this world's huddled masses
as never before.
The first time I flew into New
York as an American citizen I
caught a glimpse of Lady
Liberty's outstretched torch.
That's America! I got goose-
bumps all over. Liberty is not
an icon of the past so much as
a distinguishing attribute of
our national soul.
The real question, then, is
not so much, "How can we
make this sticky problem go
away without impacting the
right of every American citizen
to own or at least finance a
large flat-screened TV? ..." as it
is, "How can we best serve the
cause of justice and righteous-
ness without compromising
national security or our historic
Sometimes I think national
security may be more compro-
mised by foreign policy than by
Protest is good. I'm all for it,
it's an important public forum
for opinion and dissent. But
the rule of law is good, too; it
provides a structure within
which to protect and exercise
our blessed freedoms.
But we need law that works,
and we need to expect that all -
including our visitors --
respect it. Otherwise there will
be no America to protest.
Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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8 THE COURIER. APRIL 27, 2006
Rainbow Ball Raises More Than $100,000
More than 300 guests
enjoyed the Child Abuse
Council's 19th annual
Rainbow Ball earlier this
month at the Red Rose
Ballroom at the Ramada Inn.
The event raised more than
$100,000 for the council's
Rainbow Family Learning
Center in Plant City. Sun-
shine State Federal Savings
and Loan was this year's
presenting sponsor, making
a major donation to the
Lorena Jaeb and her late
husband, Robert, were
honored for their dedication
and support of this very
worthy cause at the event
with Dianna Lott and Mary
Heysek, co-chairs this year.
Creative table center-
pieces were a great addition
this year, all donated by
Plant City businesses, like
Santa Sweets and Salon 607
- who could imagine toma-
toes and hair curlers could
be so beautiful? Shih tzu
puppies and an original oil
painting by Jules Burt were
just a few of the silent
auction hit items.
Bowden, winner of the 50/50
drawing. Dianna Lott, Mary
Heysek and 19 members of
the ball committee want all
the businesses and
individual sponsors to know
how grateful they are for
their contribution in making
this a beautiful and
A ribbon cutting ceremony
and dedication of the new
pavilion at Walden Lake
Elementary School will be
April 28 at 5 p.m. April 28.
The PTA board is inviting
everyone who helped make
this addition possible to
come by and celebrate. The
annual Eagle Extravaganza
will be the same night from 5
to 8. The school's Dad's Club
will serve hot dogs and
hamburgers, and there will
be many fun activities for
kids, including several
inflatables, and a drawing
for baskets put together by
all the classes.
Wooten, Madill step up
What would we do without
the generosity of parents
and businessmen like Eric
Wooten and Duane Madill?
Duane, owner of Plan
Mortgage, and Eric, a
businessman and father of
Cork Elementary second-
grader Summer Wooten,
jumped in and cooked more
Enjoying the evening at the Rainbow Ball were, from left, Diana
Harris and Caleb, Tammy and Fred Johnson.
Photo courtesy of Dianna Lott
Lott, left, and
Mary Heysek co-
chaired this year's
Rainbow Ball. At
left, Ron and
Vonda Gainey both
said they enjoyed
the Rainbow Ball.
Helber of GTE
Union hands over a
check replica for
$2,500 to Susan
and Stanley Kolker.
Photo courtesy of Sparkman family
Above, Lessie Wise Cook celebrates her 90th birthday with
family and friends. Below, Charles and Lianne White attended
than 400 chicken dinners for
Cork's recent PTA fund-
raiser. "Duane has a huge .
heart and donated every-
thing from meat to utensils," ..f
Students take center stage
Ed Mason, a teacher and
adviser at Durant High for
the thespian troupe, recently
Photo courtesy of Susan and Stanley Kolker
See BRIGGS, Page 18
APRIL 27, 2006 THE COURIER 9
2 OUT OF 3 PEOPLE
know an HCC student.
From the respiratory therapist
who helps you breathe,
to the manager of
your grocery store,
to the accountant who
prepares your taxes,
you're bound to encounter an HCC alumnus.
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To advertise your church in our Church Directory, please call Goo Macklewitz at 813-865--438.
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AFRICAN METHODIST iP'!SCOAL
W4en (hmpel 1109[ laura St.
MI.ount Oit- eli i3 .: ltadifor, tN
llount O(li e- Horton Rd. ""-.f2628
1501)1 Coln Rd. "'3-3'M6I
.pnosolic Church ofJlesus breast.
1212 U. Resw'old. 1"'-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
.Ibumlant life. Pinerrest Rd.
lilhia. (8i5. 4240
Bethan1: 939Ii Ilarner Rd.
linearr Felhn hip.
1110i1 ondon V/.. "T2-5005
(hris.inuli i ssiembll,"
3120 1111t e Ril. 65. 4802
Dia rr first: SR -14 6 Pettie Rd.
fait ll Itplepit. 4 at Hillsbomough Polk
(oauntr line. "52.0532
itillh I ightl'oie.
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Firt Plant (iH.
(.Iwrlie (6rifflu Rd.
11 o/ SR39 "52-3351
fort. alfia- (ottner oJl juml Hi / jy9
3 n.ille RdI. ".;'F-i56
Ketsi ille. SR h-0. "3J--e1J
I-i at thonoltosassa Rd, -52-1614
fiki ( rek d. "._;'210
1lton Uor ihip (enter
(ounh' line Rdi "54-6089
S'dneil 5dne, Rd, .'70 mi. E
of ,idner o)i,er Rd, 09.)0532
lnrke ( reek
Turk C eck Rd. -"54. S"2
.Alunia lurker freek R.I.
\.ti, 'R 6). 3"' j"39
A.4lia Baplislt .'.'2 Jcalh friuni Rd.
Anti& h H-orton Rd. ". i '0
Be-rn SR r 9 5. ".-".1232
BIlthnai: ork Rd. "5. ''92l9
Bethel:804 ii' Renf/m W. "4 .22 9
Beulab:. tlten (ouinh line Rd,
Bible: harlie .riofin Rd.
.arnihu nod flemnple. I tilind hr
'R 5"4. "-52.J"82
(ih'anr free Will:
3539 Irapnell Rdl F
Cedar 6rnne E. Aeirsille Rd.
(entml no ltili.a.
Pine rest Atni/ 'ille Rd
(hbir'i on the Roik:
3J01 F. Ilsobrook, "-52- "40
1310 N Shannon.fie. "'5-538
(roiswwuo : SR .;9 5. Pinecrel,
(outninside Baptist (uirrih.
13322 S'dnet Rd.. 5"l.8200)
Doper First: ,%. 6allaghter Rd,
Eastside: I 18 f. Calhoun St.
East honotosassa: .itwntosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd. 986-1386
faith temple Primithe:
808 W. Washington St. "54-6661
First Baptist (hurbh of Midway:
tidua Rd '52-' 20.9
First Baptist ltilba:
Intersection of 5R j9 &
lihia-Pneiest Rd. "j" 1121
First Plant (itv:
503 v. Palmer. "52-.104
First bhonoltosassa Missionary:
.iclnlosh Rd, 986-1'56
Harmony Baptist Churhb:
6008 W. Knights griffin Rd, 986-"165
Hopeuell: 5SR39 5. "1."053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hu.,.
lehanoni Branch Forbis Rd
lone ink: lone Oaik Rd. "54- 52"'8
lliniil ioriah freea'ill-
iarrent johnso iwm 54 439"
lounin toriahb reeinill.
20412 of Rd "3" -1490J
liount oills': 6104. I Ball 3t,.
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1;/flW Sdnet-r Doter Rd.. Dover
.\eni il. lion fretw ill:
.50-11 Daniels Rd.. "52-3985
1"00 A. Franklin St. "52.2-""
(iakiotod:. airport Rd. "52-5499
Plant 'fih Primith e.
509 1. erW." ',1. "5' 4-2i1l
Pleasant t6rre First,
like (ireek Rd. "j."-255'
Wiloh b apt/ (IAninh.
W15 i.: Terrace Dr. "54n- 45
'pringheid: .. i ginis Rioad,
V/. lnke .,Iifirnan:
1085 IpUamell-t./ "-54 992
1. MiarT's Freenill:
Hunter & Iarren St. "54-6853
St. aran ,tMissionarr:
1804 5.R. 601f.. "3".-36615
St. Vartnl (oinlinity l(bur'h:
90" E Laura St. "' 1616
NSduir'" 15111 (re Rd.6 59-1502
Furke C (reek (omnmunih
5-H" furke ( reek Rd.
813S "j 1224
Furker, (reek First:
Frapnell Rd. "52-"890
lit trnn, .lisiionn. Slaki Rd
Welcome BaptiLt: I 1j(08 etkmone
(hurn'h .. (8131 "3"-22&1
iestside 2503 I G6mnfield lie.
libtih,thrst Rd: 901 \. h Iltrehurst Rid.
liltleh I1o0n. 1551 toilnh Rd 1<9.
Illhibi. h 54-1"'5
1 lnl2 nilen hn'turh Rd.. Si/nhei
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
%. Wilder Rd. 938 ildei Rd.
lork. fork Rurul. '" 1521
toura 51. 131/il I iura V.
Springheal: V iggin., Rd. "54 -1485
IDIccI l].1! ,I I 6 I-,r,,i 1
flrst. 210b Tlhnotlo sa Rd.
( ornersone (hristlan:
h'lntoshbRd, Vof iR"5-4
CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
.\en Grace: 1214 F. birau St
CHURCH OF GOD
iClev'land Tern i
5209 Smithb-Rals Rdi
Dover Dounming S1, 659-290lI
Plant ity: 2103 Ifudlake Rd, "52-4591
kturke, (reek: 1urkev Creek Rd
at 5R60. "3"-1331
1"02 1'. TolorRd. 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
KingswaM, first: 2808 Kingsuaiv ,..
Seffirer. 65" "500
Plant (ilt.: Grace Fellouship
"13 .4sobrook St, 361-8190
First: 'N. 6onlon and Baker St.
52l Tabrnacl: .en e 38
gospel Tabernacle:Alfen & Haines St
St. Peters ,)01 ,. (atre' v/.
OFAsini i (hutoi of Plant (ith
1112 \. Wheeler St..
808 It. rant 51/.
Rejuge (/Inurh of Our lord:
"28 u Ball St.
[utll 6ostel rabertnacle:
1Jll Stninmend.s Rd. "54i3843
I06 % 1I .rs it
p. anigeltt.s jor l1esus labernuicI:
R. 5"4. F[ l'Fktr, h59. 01in2
(alt aiy (impel Plant i li
13 1i 'ortlh thannon lie.. 892.0 51t
I iistlian routlh ( enter.
10.,. %/hannfon. "19-2909
i oienant Bible (hnurh:
1408 [ lomnlin St. "54-11.
Deeper life Fellohi ip:
(oi/lla Rd. ffi /$/.R39
Re it al Outreaml (enter:
22.5 Do ier Rd. 6812250
Kingdom IHall: 3202 .. .Mtar'land tle.
(bunrrh ofjesus (fOrist LUS:
1805 N. Park Rd. "52165364
Hope HIIfS. 201) Pnk ld.il, "52-4622
tonipif life EltI.
21I4 Id take Rdi. "52.-6064
2412 Mthu I/tae Rd. "52. "b.S
i nil (oapel Felml.,hip-
a. i'lin lite.
Full Gospe'l nberu'-h.t.
211 SamnonMad Rd. "-58.43.1
Greater line (urislian (tentei:
1t19 ,\ Franklin i/. "59-.2"t0
Impact Famia Worship (enter-
MIeets at Seffner I'tementanr
school, 65" "914
Oniuri olt flnrida-
91)2 f. RenJo 51. "6+-0929
lampa Bible tellon-ship:
10201 lHillsborough.Ire. "54-26"4
1911 \. Gondon St. 659-2624
lonian s Pnrise atul worship (enter:
I S5. 92F
Itoli Protection Orthodos hiunIh:
.820 .Ifoores lake Rd, Doper. 659-0125
Greater Heights amindly
3301 (lemons Rd. "5,-"088
thing Raters Foursquare
thurrch: 602 S. ters St. '59-0528
Neu, Hope Sorsbip (enter:
803 W. Htahon' St. "5" 6123
Do'er. foore's Lake & Holiness
Church Rd. 659- 1301
Church of the living odiL-
Fiangelical Plant (itv:
110" Chartle 6riffln Rdi. 59-938.
First Presbierlan Plant CiOt:
-40 IW. Reynolds St. "52-4211
ia/k will, Go iinistrn:
15140 R 5"4. otmer, 659-0950
Plant (/': 2201 I/ran bern' Dh:
SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
- i4r1-F Single .gain lellon :.iip
fiangellsmn 2011 South Higgins RPa.
First: 103 I.Iolmmson Rd.
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
% Iltark I united (urrhi.
2914 Ilhla.-Pitn'crVe RdI. lalrko.
(oik: 4815 It. Sai Ilh in RdL
Do.e' Firri- Ilowe s aiketRd iat
Iethllodist (hiunh Rd. 659-1I15
llrst Plant I (h* 0 \'. tie- l /.
<(rate: I,01 F (herr. St. 659.3"'n
Wunsetl Heigh: taller Ir. "54-2441
Sprigltvuti: 2305 parkman Rd.
" 2 5"51
it. I uke. 809 '. laura 5t. "5" o051
lhonol sassa: Fort king t/ui at
Ilisttetoe Dr., 986-'/135
lrinit. Plant (it':
A22 I English St. "52.9316
WORD OF FAITH
faith oilrearch (hun-h oJ Plant (itr
H( Plant (i)' (Campus'
John R wrinkle Building
1216 .\orth Park Rd., "59-92"
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choosing a career. The club had a game room tournament April 7.
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The Rev. James Jones:
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Westside Baptist Church, 2505 W. Gran-
field Ave., is a small congregation with big
plans. The Rev. James Jones, 29, said he has
experienced great commitment and joy.
Raised in Inverness, he has been in Plant
City two years.
Q: Where did you go to school?
A: Citrus High School, Trinity College in
Jacksonville, then Florida Baptist College. I
wanted to be a lawyer, then president even-
tually, but God had bigger and better plans.
Q: Is this your first church?
A: I became a pastor at 21 over in Mas-
cotte near Groveland. Then I moved to
Ocoee, where I taught fifth grade. But God
called me to preach, not teach fifth-graders.
After that I worked as a roofer in Inverness,
then moved to Sherman, Texas, as youth
pastor. It was awesome. After Texas, I
worked in my home church, Fort Cooper
Baptist in Inverness. I had a great time and
came here in 2004.
Q: That's a lot in eight years.
A: We're very much settled here. We're
seeing what amazing things God can do
Q: I hear you married a native.
A: Sharon Ward of Plant City, in 1998. She
lifts me up. I'm a roller coaster, so a lot of
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George W. Griffin, 79, of Pal-
atka died April 5.
He was born in.Plant City
and was a wood checker for a
pulp and paper manufacturer.
He is survived by two sons,
William G. Sr. of Tennessee and
Herbert W. of Port Orange; a
daughter, Peggy A. Brandt of
Port Orange; seven grandchil-
dren; nine great-grandchildren;
and a great-great-grandchild.
Masters Funeral Home, Pal-
Minnie L. Pike, 87, of Plant
City died April 7.
She was born in Ashburn,
She was a homemaker and
attended the Church of God.
She is survived by a son,
Charles Cribbs of Hamilton, Ala.;
two daughters, Carolyn Metts of
Plant City and Maria Fuegos of
Tampa; seven grandchildren; 15
great-grandchildren; and two
Wells Memorial Funeral
Thomas W. Outlaw, 51, of
Dover died April 7.
He was born in Plant City
and was a lifelong resident of
He was a heavy equipment
operator for Cook
He is survived by his wife,
Rosemary; two sons, Wade
Underwood of Tampa and
Devlin Cruz of Plant City; three
daughters, Dana of Texas, Tina
of Panama City and Elizabeth
of Plant City; his mother, Doro-
thy of Plant City; two brothers,
Barney and Benjamin, both of
Plant City; two sisters, Millie
and Renee, both of Plant City;-
and 19 grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.
Ashton Lee Bass, 4, of Plant
City died April 8.
She was a lifelong resident
of Plant City.
She is survived by her par-
ents, Russell and April of Plant
City; two sisters, Brittany and
Brooke, both of Plant City;
paternal grandfather, Russell
Sr. of Plant City; maternal
grandparents Mike Pearson
and Nona Pearson of Plant
City; and great-grandmother,
Rosie Mathis of Plant City.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Stephen P. Draughon, 58, of
Plant City died April 9.
He was born in Tampa and
was a convenience store
He attended First Methodist
Church. He was a member of
Woodmen of the World Lodge
and was a University Florida
He is survived by his
mother, Eunice of Plant City.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Eulee B. Glisson, 89, of Plant
City died April 9.
She was born in Hampton,
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by two sons,
KeithA. of Lakeland and Joseph
L. of Plant City; a daughter,
Earlene Smith of Plant City; 15
grandchildren; and numerous
great-grandchildren and great-
Wells Memorial Funeral
Marguerite C. Yates, 85, of
Dover died April 9.
She was born in Wauchula
and was a lifelong resident of
She was a licensed practical
nurse, retiring from Lakeland
Regional Medical Center in
She was a member of Ahava
She is survived by a son,
Larry of Greenwood, Del.; four
daughters, Susan Eatman of
Plant City, Judy Wall of Por-
tersville, Calif., Jon Rosenau of
Valrico and Jackie White of
Durant; 13 grandchildren; 21
great-grandchildren; and a
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Alma Guthrie Rahme, 97, of
Plant City died April 11.
She was born in Perry and
came here in 1922.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by a son,
Charles A. Jr. of Reno, Nev.; a
daughter, Elaine Crump of
Plant City; a brother, Bill Guth-
rie of Perry, Ga.; three sisters,
Lila Knorr of Winter Haven,
Mildred Forrest of Bellingham,
Wash., and Ruth Sheheane of
Seffner; and one grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Carol McQuaig Platt, 70, of
Plant City died April 11.
She was born in Garfield
and was a longtime resident of
She was retired from South
Florida Baptist Hospital and
recently worked for the law
firm of Edwards, Platt, Rauler-
APRIL 27, 2006 THE COURIER o 13
son, Coakley & Co. in Plant
She was a longtime member
of Northside Baptist Church.
She is survived by two sons,
Randell L. and C. Riley, both of
Plant City; a daughter, Rachel
L. of Surfside Beach, S.C.; five
sisters, Sara Pratt of Sherman,
N.Y., Frances Berry of Bartow
and Jean McQuaig, Janice
McQuaig and Miriam
Bowman, all of Plant City; and
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Jackie D. Jordan, 59, of
Dover died April 13.
She was born in Tampa and
was a lifelong resident of
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her
husband, Jimmie Sr.; three
sons, Jimmie Jr. and Brent,
both of Dover, and Joseph
Walters of Leesburg; a brother,
Jack Walters of Perry; three
sisters, Ellen Morgan of Shady
Grove and Patsy Quintana and
Jill Rivas, both of Dover; and
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Wayne S. Smith, 73, of
Chiefland died April 15 in Gai-
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Walden Lake Mailbox Returned
By KEVIN BRADY
The U.S. Postal Service has
reinstalled a mailbox on West
Timberlane Drive, near the
entrance to Walden Lake, after
an outcry from residents.
"I am elated the box is:
back," said Bruce Rodiwell, the
Walden Lake resident ho led
the drive to get the mailbox
returned. 1 am pleased the
post office reconsidered their
decision to remove the box."
"\Ve had asked the commu-
nity to send letters to us after
we removed the box, and after
we reviewed their responses,
we decided to put it back,"
said Ian Fultz. Plant Cirty's
The mailbox. which sits
only a hundred feet outside
ience and security of having
the box outside the 7,000-
home community off Alex-
ander Street. In an age where
identity theft has become a
the exit gate of Walden Lake serious crime concern postal
and is easily accessed by driv- officials had reports of mail
ers leaving the community ,theft in Plant City last Novem-
was reinstalled April 18. ber some Walden Lake resi-
It was removed Feb. 6 after dents say they no longer put
postal authorities said the box[ their outgoing mail in the
wasn't being used enough... mailboxe-, outside their homes
..This claim was heavily dis- for fear it will be stolen.
puted by Walden 'Lake resi- And with gas topping $3 a
dents who said the mailbox gallon, the extra drive to drop
was so full at times that mail off t'mail if the mailbox was not
was spilling out the.top. reinstalled was. also a con-
Walden Lake residents also cern.
said they liked the conven- "Just think how much gad'
these people will be saving
now that they don't have to
drive to the post office to
deliver their mail," said Al
Berry, a Walden Lake resi-
City commissioners in Plant
City and the Hillsborough
County Commission backed
the residents, passing resolu-
tions calling on the postal
service to reconsider the deci-
Walden Lake's Jack Wolff
summed up the feeling for
manyinvbolved in the protest.
"I thank the postmaster for
reconsidering and returning
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Hospital Delivers $10 Million Baby
JIM AND RUBY JEAN REDMAN
EMERGENCY CENTER OPENS
By KEVIN BRADY
South Florida Baptist Hospital intro-
duced its new baby to the community
April 23- the $10 million Jim and Ruby
Jean Redman Emergency Center.
The open house for the new center,
billed as a "prevention convention,"
with interactive exhibits on safety and
health, drew hundreds of visitors.
The new 31,000-square-foot emer-
gency center includes private care
areas, designated workspace for
ambulance and law enforcement
teams, and an outdoor decontamina-
tion area for patients exposed to haz-
The center will also include staffing
for cardiac, obstetric, psychiatric,
orthopedic and minor-emergency
care. The hospital's old emergency
center was built to serve 20,000 people
a year, but was serving double that
number, according to Shannon Mitch-
ell, the hospital's manager of market-
ing. The net center can handle 72,000
paLieiints a year. Funding for the center
came from community donations.
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301
N. Alexander St., is a 147-bed acute
care facility that provides a full range
of diagnostic, surgical, therapeutic,
women's and rehabilitative services,
and serves Plant City and surrounding
areas as a nondenominational, non-
profit community hospital.
For more information about the
hospital, visit www.southfloridaba-
At left, Caroline Johnson, right, looks over a
computer with Dolly Golightley in one of the new
patient rooms at the emergency center. Both are
nurses at South Florida Baptist. Above, young visitors
were entertained by mascots from the hospital's
pediatric ward. Above, South Florida Baptist's
manager of physician relations, Beth Player, poses
with the pair.
Above, community donations made the new emergency center
possible, said Bill Ulbricht, the hospital's chief operating officer
and administrator. "If we didn't have community support, we
could not have pulled it off." A plaque in the center's reception
area acknowledges the donors. Below, talking with state Rep.
Rich Glorioso, R-Plant City, in one of the new center's patient
consultation rooms were Lois Reichard, left, and Elizabeth
Miller. Reichard has worked as a hospital volunteer for 10 years.
Miller, a retired South Florida Baptist nurse, has volunteered for
Photo courtesy of Tim Bedgood Photography
Ruby Jean and Jim Redman, third and fourth from left, cut the ribbon at the new Jim and Ruby
Jean Redman Emergency Center at South Florida Baptist Hospital.
KEVIN BRADY/Staff photos
Helping out during the open house were Vonnie Hall, left, Marion Stanko and Mary Alice Steinke,
all hospital volunteers.
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OUT FOR FUNERAL
By KEVIN BRADY
and GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Jody Missildine was a son to
some. A grandson to others.
And a brother and a nephew to
a few. But to the majority of the
more than 600 people who
mourned his passing April 21,
the young soldier was a patriot
and a friend.
Missildine, 19, was killed by KEVIN BRADY/Staffphotos
a roadside bomb April 8 in An honor guard from the U.S. Army salutes as the coffin of Jody Missildine, a Plant City High
Iraq. He signed up for the U.S. School graduate who died in Iraq earlier this month, is carried from First Baptist Church of Plant
Army a week after graduating City. More then 700 family and friends attended the April 21 funeral service.
Plant City High. School last
The Rev. Joe Bowles of
Shiloh Baptist Church, whose .
daughter was a school friend of
Missildine's, said the teen had
an easygoing manner, an
infectious smile and made..
"Just look around at this
service. It's obvious," Bowles -.
told mourners at First Baptist 4!
Church in Plant City.
The church service opened
with an emotionally charged
10-minute video montage with
pictures of a young Jody Mis- ., .
sildine, interspersed with
images of Washington, D.C., .
Mayor John Dicks was the
first to speak, telling the
mourners that their loss was .
felt throughout Plant City.
"Today is a day of sorrow,
but it is being held in a great A procession of motorbikes "The Patriot Guard" lined the streets around the church before
coutan d we have ourn men the service and headed the funeral cortege. An extremist anti-war group had promised to protest
thank for that." at the funeral, but did not show. The Patriot Guard typically maintains a barrier between the
Dicks then read a proclama- mourners and protesters if they show up.
tion from the city dedicated to
the young soldier.
Bowles also said while Mis-
sildine was still a teenager
when he died, the young
soldier took on adult responsi- .
"He may have only been 19, .'
but was a man," said Bowles,
adding Missildine's death had
meaning. "He didn't lose his
life. He gave his life for his
country. Jody was one of Plant
City's and America's heroes."
"The turnout was amazing,"
said Dale Missildine, Jody's
uncle. "We didn't expect this
kind of attendance. WVe never
expected such an outpouring
of affection from the commu-
nity. It means a great deal to all
of us. We want to thank the
members of the Army who 7 T
took the time to be with us. We .
thank Hopewell Funeral Home '- .
for all that they did. We can't ..... .
thank them enough."
"Nothing can remove our
grief, or bring Jody back to us,"
Dale Missildine said. "But
knowing the community
appreciates his sacrifice, and GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staffphoto
shares in our sorrow is some- Hundreds of people witnessed Jody Missildine's funeral and burial services, including family,
.. ljjingr. il_ Peyer forgt.." ... Arieods AM others who joined in honoring this fallen soldier.
APRIL 27, 206 THE COURIER*17
Letters from home
These following letters
were read aloud during
Jody Missildine's funeral.
We used to have good
times togeCtlerpla hIng
football in Papa's yard.
And I liked it u'hen lihe
graduated boot camp and
we got to go sw.imlning.
He looked rely handsome
in his uniform.
And I miss ]odvivio"
much. I liked him lery
iimch like a brother and ihe
was my friend.
Ty Missildine, brother
Jody e.was so many things
to Tracee and 1. At time lihe
was like a son. asking for
help, advice or just a ling.
Other times like a little
brother u'anting to pinay
ball in the back yard. or
goofing off by fthe pool oil
Sundo a afternoon.
BuI you ii ele always a
friend to us. as with
everlyone u hose life you
touched. ou had a wuayof
leading an impression on
the ai ts of people you
shy', quiet, soft-spoken
boy with a smile that spoke
.for y'ou. This is how we' saw'
voU. not realizing yvol greu'
A million inenimot It's f
you grou'ing n'ith ijusta
glimp.,e of the i 'onderfil
mnll you became. Your rime
here 'was too short. \I'e will
miss you and never forget
Dale and Tracee, uncle
You are imy Iby tl brother.
my lieartbear, mY best
I will miss vou forever
and my love will never end
h'My memories must keep
me inow' through the dark
and lonely Odays.
just like the name that's
on my' arm they're tattooed
onil m heart u'here forever
they iwill stay.
'ake a look atJodi's life
and you will surely see
That he already wuas what
wi'e all should strive to be.
I thought iou were crazy
when you called me back
And told me of the angel
that went with You on your
I will notr say goodbye to
you, I know it's not the end
I'll just tell you one more
time I lote you, my baby
brother, mY heartbeat. miy
There are no words to tell
you what your life has ineant
to me I am so ern' proud of
the man you came to be.
I know you're looking
down and your eyes can
All the love we have for
you and lhow missed you'll
I wish just one more time I
could throw the keys to vyou
Go oln now soin, go have
fii, me and Nana will wait
I am so vern' grateful for
the memories inl my heart
I will cherish you forever
just like I did from the start
I love you
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accompanied 25 members of
the group to the Florida
State Thespian Conference
Troupe members Ryne
Faurote, Eric Mercado, Sarah
Mitchel and Justin Stanley
were selected to perform at
the Tampa Bay Performing
Arts Center. Well done to all!
Plant City students
Plant City High students
Chelsea Rushing, Jason
Brown and Steven Eason,
were among the 25 best and
brightest to receive $1,000
recently from the MLK
Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Contributions from employ-
ees of Hillsborough County,
the Hillsborough County
Sheriff's Office and the city
of Tampa make the fund
possible. Congratulations to
these great students.
Residents help domestic
Shannon Mitchell, mar-
keting manager at South
Florida Baptist Hospital, is
also active in the American
Business Woman's Associa-
tion. The ABWA and East
Hillsborough Friends of The
Spring hosted a working
women's roundup and baby
shower last week at the
hospital to benefit The
Spring of Tampa Bay, a
domestic violence shelter. I
am sure the benefit went
well, but Shannon wants
anyone who is interested in
donating to call her at 757-
Happy 90th birthday
Lessie Wise Cook cele-
brated her birthday April 1 at
the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center's
The party was given by her
children, June Johnson, Ben
Cook, Art Cook and Diane
Sparkman. It was attended
not only by her four chil-
dren, but her nine grandchil-
dren and 14
brothers Roy and Jimmy
Wise and friends and
relatives. God bless you all.
GTE donates $2,500
Richard Helber, executive
vice president of GTE
Federal Credit Union,
recently presented a check
for $2,500 that the credit
union donated to the new
Jim and Ruby Jean Redman
Emergency Center at South
Florida Baptist Hospital. He
presented a replica of the
check to Susan and Stanley
Kolker, committee members
of Festa Italiana, a recent
fundraising dinner that
benefited the new emer-
gency center. The GTE
donation helped Festa
Italiana raise $15,000.
Eve White attends reunion
I overlooked a very special
lady last week at the Plant
City High Class of 1936
reunion. Eve White attended
for her husband, Joe.
Joe, a longtime employee
of Tampa Electric Co., served
as a Seabee in the U.S. Navy
in the World War II battles of
Okinawa, Guadalcanal and
Many also remember him
as helping to establish an
active Little League in Plant
City. Eve was also active in
the Junior Women's Club,
serving at the state level.
Though Joe has passed on,
Eve continues to live in the
town they loved and served.
Their son, Charles, is an
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He was born in Plant City
and moved to Chiefland 39
years ago. He owned Western
Auto in Chiefland.
He enjoyed farming, hunt-
ing, fishing and spending time
with his family.
He was a member of the
Chiefland Church of Christ.
He is survived by his wife,
Joan Smith of Chiefland; three
daughters, Cheryl Hazelwood of
Oldsmar, Lisa Beach of Chief-
la and Jennifer Lord of Gai-
nesville; a brother, Jerry Smith of
Chiefland; a sister, Dianne Black
of Plant City; nine grandchil-
dren; and a great-grandson.
Knauff Funeral Home,
Florence Stringer, 91, of
Plant City died April 15.
She was born in New
Orleans and came here from
Miami 26 years ago.
She was a homemaker and
attended Northside Baptist
She is survived by a son,
Dale of Key Largo; a daughter,
Sharon Selle of Palm Beach
Gardens; eight grandchildren;
and 11 great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.
Margaret A. Lawson, 82, of
Plant City died April 16.
She was a lifelong resident
of Plant City and a sectionizer
for Kraft Foods.
She is survived by a son,
Curtis of Plant City; four
daughters, Carolyn Brown,
Betty Hancock, Ruth Glison
and Brenda Ashley, all of Plant
City; 16 grandchildren; 32
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Billy W. Rice Jr., 32, of Plant
City died April 15.
He was born in Lakeland
and was a lifelong resident of
He was a welder.
He is survived by his wife,
Nicole Motter-Rice of Plant
City; a son, Billy III of Plant
City; a daughter, Nikki of Plant
City; and his loving family and
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times she's said, "Buck up, get up, let's
go." Most of her ministry is encouraging
me. You don't find that too often. She's
beautiful, she's talented, and she's very
much a leader, too.
Q: Do you have children?
A: Elijah, 6, and Enoch, 4.
Q: Do you like Plant City?
A: I love the closeness, and the country
ideologies. We're also close to the city.
There are a lot of people here, and it's a
town that actually wants to grow.
Q: How about your church?
A: We may not be the biggest, but we
have a desire to grow. Our people are very
progressive, they're not afraid of exciting
music or technology. If we had the money
- good night, you'd better watch out man.
I've found that when you display faithful-
ness, God rewards it. It's really starting to
catch on. People are singing for joy, they're
getting really excited.
Q: What is God teaching you?
A: One word: revolution. We don't need
a revival so much as we need a revolution.
People have gotten so far away from
what's truly important and truly real. God
has really had me pour my heart into this
church. I've never had that happen before.
I used to say, "Change these people," and
now God says, "What about you?"
Q: What is a Christian?
A: The average American, to be absolu-
tely honest, is ungodly. Genesis 6:5 says,
"And God saw that the wickedness of man
was great in the earth, and that every
imagination of the thoughts of his heart
was only evil continually." All that we seek
to do is evil. So a Christian is somebody
who is bucking the system. Our priorities
are absolutely key to our success as a
Q: What's the greatest challenge for the
A: Less compromise, more coopera-
tion. Many churches are nothing more
than a split off another church. The idea
of splitting is not nearly as gut-wrenching
as the idea of merging. Think about that.
They make a split and they call that mis-
sions. If our people could figure out rec-
onciliation, we'd have a church that
would bust the gates of hell wide open.
Q: What scripture would you like to
A: 1 Corinthians 9:22. "I have become
all things to all men, that I might by all
means save some."
Q: If you could have lunch with anyone,
who would you choose?
A: Can I have a two-hour lunch with my
'Nearly and Newleyweds' class
First Baptist Church of Plant City, 503
N. Palmer St., plans a class for "Nearly
and Newleyweds" married five or fewer
years April 30 at 9:15 a.m. The class is
designed to help nearly and newlywed
couples establish solid and Biblical foun-
dations in married life. Call: 752-4104.
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After running for touchdowns as
quarterback for the Plant City Raiders
football team in the fall, senior Jason
Brown, left, flies through the air in the long
jump, high jump and triple jump for the
Raider track team in the spring. At the
district meet at Gaither High School, Brown
qualified for regionals in four events for
the Raiders, soaring to second place in the
long jump and high jump and winning the
triple jump with a leap of 44 feet 2 inches.
The versatile Brown also ran the opening
sprint for the 4x100-meter relay team that
qualified by finishing second. Other 4x100
racers were Terry Bell, Javaris Pope and
Jacari Bennett. The scheduled April 27
region track meet will also be at Gaither.
Raiders, Cougars To CompeteAt Region Track Meet Today
By DAREK SHARP
If the Durant distance
runners have the same suc-
cess on the Gaither track as
they did a week ago, then they
will be traveling a long dis-
tance indeed to the state
meet in Winter Park.
At the Class 4A-District 6
track and field meet last
Thursday, the Durant's boys
team placed fifth out of eight
schools based mostly on the
strength of its distance
runners. Juniors Kevin Jones
and Khemaron Kelly won the
mile and 800, respectively,
with Jones finishing second
behind Kelly in the latter
event. In addition, the Cou-
gars two-mile relay squad won
a district championship.
The Plant City girls also had
two district titles, one courtesy
of a freshman, Jasmine Pope.
She will be joined at regionals
by Sade Dunkley, who gave
the Raiders a district crown in
the shot put.
All of the individuals and
relay teams who finished in
the top four of their event last
week will be back today at
Gaither for the Region 4A-2
event. Likewise, today's top
four finishers will advance to
the state meet next Saturday.
Both the Raiders and Cou-
gars have several athletes
hoping to make it to Winter
Park. For Durant, Jones' per-
formance at the district meet
might be hard to duplicate, if
for nothing else there will be
no more surprise factor.
"Kevin came out of nowhere
to win," said Durant boys
track coach Mike Gottman.
ROBERT CONE/Staff photos
Durant's Amy Rogers jumps through the air in the girls high jump at the district track meet at
Gaither April 20. Rogers finished second in the long jump and fourth in the high jump to qualify
for today's region meet, which is also scheduled at Gaither. The top four finishers in each event at
today's meet will compete at the state meet.
"He beat his best mile time by
eight seconds. I mean, he just
took off and left those guys
Jones ran the mile in 4:37,
three seconds better than
Gaither's Brook Wells. In the
800, Kelly shaved five seconds
off his career best to win with
a 2:00.29 time, about two sec-
onds ahead of Jones. In the
two-mile relay, it was Jones,
Stephen Bridwell, Juan Rey-
noso and Kelly teaming up for
a time of 8:26 that was a com-
fortable five seconds better
than second-place East Bay.
In the 400-meter dash,
Durant finished 2-3 with
Byron Reynolds and Simmons
doing the trick. Reynoso also
qualified for regionals in the
two-mile run, finishing third
in a time of 11:02. And the
4x400 relay team (Kelly, Henry
Vaden, Reynolds, Simmons)
came in fourth, good enough
for a spot in the regional field.
Gottman said that Kelly's
improved times were helped
by the fact that he stayed out
of the high-jump pit.
"He did the high jump for us
this year, but he had bad shin
splints, when that leg smacks
hard down on the pavement.
And when he ran, the shin
didn't bother him at all," Got-
Doing plenty of jumping,
however, was Plant City senior
Jason Brown, who has been to
the state meet every year since
he was a freshman. Thursday,
he will have four chances at
ensuring a return trip. At dis-
tricts, Brown won the triple
jump, grabbed second in both
the high jump and long jump,
and ran the first leg of the
4xl00-meter relay. The Raid-
ers wound up in second in the
event with Terry Bell, Javaris
Pope and Jacari Bennett
taking the baton in that order.
Brown and Lakeland's
Christopher Rainey, the
sensational junior running
back for the state champion
Dreadnaughts football team,
were a half-foot ahead of the
rest of the long-jump field.
Rainey's top jump was 21-
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Cougars Slug Their
Way To Regionals
1ST DISTRICT TITLE SINCE 2002
By DAREK SHARP
For more than a couple of months,
the Durant softball team has carried
around the target of a lofty state rank-
ing, but it hasn't proven to be a detri-
ment. Last week, the Cougars won the
Class 6A-District 8 tournament, send-
ing them to the postseason, which got
under way Tuesday night.
Durant was set to play Countryside,
a rematch of the 2002 state semifinals
which Countryside won 4-0. Durant is
hoping to get that far again, with this
year's state semis being held for the
first time at Plant City Stadium.
"I prefer to stay under the radar, but
the ranking is good for the girls," said
Durant head coach Missy Hernandez.
"Other teams see you're ranked No 3,
4 in the state and they get extra ready
to play you. This time of year though,
rankings don't matter."
Durant headed into the postseason
as the No. 5 team in Class 6A, while
Countryside was unrated. Country-
side does not have the dominant
pitcher it had in recent years, and lost
in the District 7 title game last week
against Mitchell, the first district title
for the Mustangs.
All that mattered to Durant at the
district tournament was advancing to
the championship game. That was
not an easy task, as the top-seeded
Cougars faced Sarasota in the semifi-
nals. In their only previous meeting
this season, Durant edged the Sailors
2-0, and Wednesday's game was not
Sarasota went ahead 1-0 early, but
the Cougars tied the score in the
bottom of the second inning. Then in
the fourth, Durant's Sara DeMuth hit
a home run over the centerfield wall
for a 2-1 lead and thanks to DeMu-
th's pitching, the lead held.
"We knew it was going to be a tough
game; Sarasota's good. Sara obviously
was big and the defense played really
well, too," Hernandez said.
DeMuth wasn't quite as effective in
the district final, but thanks to the
offense she could afford to give up a
few hits. Durant collected 11 itself,
building a 10-1 lead against Sarasota
Riverivew before winning 10-5.
Sarasota Riverview had the bases
loaded in each of the first two innings,
but DeMuth escaped trouble each
time. Durant got an RBI single by
Cassie Ellington, who later scored on
a Lianne Carter bunt in the second
inning for a2-0 lead. Then in the third,
Durant plated six runs, with the wild-
est coming courtesy of Carter.
Caught in a rundown between third
base and home, Carter looked like a
sure out until the catcher threw a ball
that drilled Carter right in the face.
Luckily, she was wearing a facemask,
shook it off and trotted home to make
the score 7-0. Durant threatened to
win via the mercy rule when it got the
score to 10-1 in the fifth.
The Rams arrived to the champion-
ship game in surprisingly easy fashion,
thanks to a stunning upset by Lake-
land of the No. 2 seed Plant City. A day
after Lakeland beat the Raiders 6-5,
Sarasota Riverview turned around
and handled Lakeland, 10-0, in five
"I was shocked," Hernandez said.
"That's why I'm not thinking about
anything past the next game. I was
definitely planning on seeing Plant
City in the finals if we made it there."
It took the ultimate bad combina-
tion for the Raiders, who played per-
haps their worst game of the year
while Lakeland put forth its most
inspired effort. The Raiders scored a
10-run rule win over Lakeland in the
teams' previous meeting.
The 6A-8 tourney took place at Riv-
erview High School. Winning the two
games there improved Durant's
record to 20-4. Thursday's big run
production is nothing new for the
Cougars, whose team batting average
is up to .329 through the tournament.
Cari Curfman and Brittany Crabb,
who have the two most at-bats on the
team, are also its leading hitters both
a shade above the .400 mark. Kelsey
Horton is hitting .392 with a team-
high 20 RBI, and Ellington sports a
.348 average. DeMuth and Kristen
Jones are the other Durant players
with at least 50 at-bats who are above
the .300 mark, a total of six players.
DeMuth's homer was the team's 11th
of the season.
If Durant beat Countryside Tues-
day, it will play the in the region semi-
finals Friday, either traveling to Eau
Gallie (23-4) or hosting Timber Creek
(22-6). Of the eight teams in Region 2,
the only other ranked in the top 10 is
Orlando Boone, a potential region
final opponent. Should the Cougars
have to travel for their second game,
they would be hosts unless the oppo-
nent is Mitchell.
The region final is next Tuesday
and the Class 6A state semis are May
12 at Plant City Stadium.
ROBERT CONE/Staff photo
Durant High School pitcher Sara DeMuth winds up to throw in the district final
against Sarasota Riverview. The Cougars beat the Rams 10-5 to clinch their first
district title since 2002, the year they lost to Countryside in the state semifinals.
Durant had a shot at avenging that loss Tuesday when they hosted Countryside in
the region quarterfinal round. DeMuth was also the winning pitcher in the district
semifinal round against Sarasota, and she did the job with the bat that game as
well, clubbing a home run over the center field fence for the victory.
sprints out to
the lead in her
heat of the
dash at the
third place in
the final heat,
then came in
fourth in the
race and won
the 400, all
for the region
meet, which is
also at Gaither
ROBERT CONE/Staff photo
Continued From Page 23
06.75, with'Brown's top effort
an inch and a quarter off that.
Also making it to the
regional meet was Bell in the
200 meters, where he came in
Plant City had several come
painfully close to advancing,
with Eric Brunk (800) and
Chad Hansen (shot put) both
finishing in fifth place and
Bennett posting a sixth in the
Javaris Pope's little sister
Jasmine was anything but
little in her impact on the dis-
trict meet. Pope took the 400-
meter dash by running a time
of 60.01 seconds, nearly two
seconds faster than that of
Gaither senior Arlen Mabe.
Pope also finished third in the
100 meters and fourth in the
Finishing right behind Plant
City sophomore Dunkley in
the shot put was Durant's Kate
Williamson, who will be joined
at the regionals by Cougar
teammates Trinity Thompson
(100, 200) and Amy Rogers
(long jump and high jump).
Durant's two-mile relay
team will be the first on the
track today as it is the first
event, set for a 1 p.m. start,
when long jump and discus
will be also be starting inside
the track. The shot put and
triple jump get going at 3, with
the high jump under way at 5.
The track preliminary heats
start at 4, with the finals set to
start rolling at 7 p.m.
APRIL 27,2006 THE COURIER 25
Cougars Stunned In Baseball Semifinal
FALL 2-1 TO RIVERVIEW
By DAREK SHARP
Durant was supposed to
crush East Bay Monday, and it
eventually did become a one-
sided game, but not until the
fifth inning. The Cougars were
in a scoreless duel with the
Indians, who entered the
tourney with an 0-21 record,
until Durant broke through
for five runs in the fifth. The
final score was 8-0.
On Tuesday, Durant was
not as fortunate. The Cougars
lost in the district semifinal 2-
1 in 10 innings against River-
view, which scored an upset of
No. 3 seed Lakeland to set up
the match with Durant.
The game with the Sharks
turned out to be a nail-biter,
with old travel-ball teammates
Carmine Giardina and Billy
Bullock taking the mound for
the Cougars and Sharks,
disappointed fans in atten-
dance, as Giardina struck out
13 in 6 2/3 innings while
allowing one run in the first.
Tony Garcia was called on to
bail Giardina out of a two-out,
bases-loaded jam in the top of
the seventh, and he delivered
by striking the batter out to
keep it a 1-1 game.
Durant got their only run of
the game in the bottom of the
fourth, with Josh Fussell slic-
ing one of his two doubles
down the left-field line to lead
things off. Fussell was sacri-
ficed over by Jeff Wright and
scored on a wild pitch by Bul-
Riverview broke the stale-
mate in the top of the 10th
inning, scoring an unearned
run on a Durant defensive
miscue. The Cougars left two
on base in the bottom half of
the inning, but couldn't push
either one across for the tying
run, as the Sharks pulled off a
big upset to earn a berth in the
For Plant City, the team saw
its season come to an end in
the tournament opener. Sara-
sota Riverview beat the Raid-
ers 9-1, though that score was
a bit misleading. It was 4-1
after three innings, and Plant
City had a runner on second
in the next two. frames with a
chance to get back in the
game. Then the Rams blew it
open with five runs in the
bottom of the sixth.
Plant City was limited to
one hit until Ryan Humphrey,
a senior in what would turn
out to be his final at-bat as a
Raider, stroked a single in the
seventh inning. Humphrey
had to endure a dreadfully hot
day behind the plate as the
team's catcher, with the tem-
perature around 90 degrees
for the 1 p.m. start.
Raiders head coach Kenny
White saw the team go from a
3-20 club last year to an 8-15
season, and Plant City won
four of its last five regular-
season games including a
thriller against Freedom in the
"It was definitely an
improvement," he said. "We
are losing some pretty good
players, but we have some
guys coming back at key posi-
Plant City's best player at
the plate and on the mound -
was a junior, but unfortu-
nately A.J. Starkey won't
return due to a family move.
Starkey led Raider regulars
with a .369 batting average, hit
three home runs and drove in
15. He also sported a 3-1
pitching record with a solid
2.18 ERA in 35.3 innings of
Along with Humphrey, the
other. departing seniors are
Thomas Adair, Ricky Morris,
Jeff Reaume, Kyle Singletary
and pitcher Seth Varner.
Humphrey was the RBI leader
with 17 and he hit .328,
second-best on the Raiders.
The seniors experienced a
great end to their home sched-
ule, coming back to beat Free-
dom in walkoff fashion
courtesy of Adrian Romero.
Plant City fell behind early 4-
0, but junior Hoyt Bochy
pitched well over the middle
innings, holding the Patriots
scoreless and allowing the
Raiders to chip away.
Going into the bottom of
the seventh, the Raiders were
down 5-3. With one out, Plant
City got a walk and a hit, and
after a passed the ball the
tying run was on second base.
Durant senior Tony Garcia came on in relief of Carmine Giardina
with two outs and the bases loaded in the seventh inning of a tie
game against Riverview in the district semifinal. Garcia struck
his man out, but the Sharks beat Durant 2-1 in 10 innings.
Starkey came in to pinch-hit.
Even though Starkey had not
batted in the game, Freedom's
coach saw a few practice
swings and decided to inten-
tionally walk Starkey to load
Romero made the Patriots
pay, hitting the first pitch to to
center field. The outfielder
was playing shallow, allowing
the ball to sail over his head
for a bases-clearing hit that
ended the game. For the first
time all year, the entire Raid-
ers team ran out of the dugout
and mobbed Romero.
White said the big reason
for the strong finish was pitch-
"The last seven or eight
games we got some consistent
pitching, which kept us in the
games," he said. "When you're
down 8-0 it's hard to have
"When it's 5-4, you're in the
game, you can bunt guys over
and do some things on the
basepaths. Hard to play small
ball when it's 8-0."
Evan Dell finished with a 3-
1 record and a 2.96 ERA. He
entered the Freedom game
and pitched a quick 1-2-3 top
of the seventh to get the win.
Phillip Beauchamp, a soph-
omore, batted .305 and Bochy
hit .2,81 with a very good on-
base percentage of .425.
Romero is a junior as well. He
drove in 12 runs while batting
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h ,,ruII e-Sat April 29 & Sun April white female, 6 months, $800. 813-996-5535 County Line, US 41(352
754-1176 Storage T-ii 30 ? Table saw, vac- $300. 813-654-3632 o 796-359/(352) 238-246
Located at: 813-719-71530 clothes, books, toys, silver,toy& mini,1k iK Horses & Cattle ii
I] I III ,-01 0 JII Redman householdd wares yoga CHIHUAHUA Teacugl M. Champ Sired.
mat & much more. 1648 Web#1656695 16' horse bumper pull
,,.....--.,.,h, Plant A. ROBERT SMITH A-1ltemperament -trailer tack compact
TRE ,E..IC$3cond5.6$3,0002/ 352-
-_____752-,:.____ro__s__,'\.oi.CHIHUAHUA pups (2) POO .LE. T567N $302/352-999-3160
-2212'_,_AnyPhae_,_1_beeMumfillT111CITYHWISE 83-473-3420 POODLES Tea Cup, tiny APHA 9 yr old, 16+ H, To-
H.AyhII 1 1 1 PLANT CITY WILDER toy, 16 wks H/C, CKC biano Gelding, Exc
(onerele Divisioni... f ..... .......PARK COMMUNITY GA- CHIHUHUAS, CKC Reg, Re 3/M, 1/F, red, apri- Dressage or Barrell
813-986-7200fi ll i RAGE SALE OFF WILDER health check, tiny, cot & cream $600 & respect. $2,800. APHA
o'r-j~eivay @Patios 813-763-2931RD Sat & Sun April 29 & brindle & white. 3 erm $800. 386-935-1395 R yr old, 14.3fl PaIomino
Drieas o i3 1 30.8AM TIL ? LITTLE BIT 2 Ma. Smooth Coat. Calf Gelding, Lesson horse,
,Foundations oSlabs OF EVERYTHING lOTS OF Lenny: 813-610-7610. PUG PUPPIES, Hth cert, $2,200. 18 Yr old Grav
MISC iTEMS TO MUCH 1st ho 3-blk fe QH Mare, used on ranch
Ri,idr o ,..dI(onrint r0al TO LIST COLLIES AKC Can Lassie $500, 1-fawn w/blk $900. 941-776-0455
i,/, ji ~come home for Easter? mask male $550 ready
813754-2012 r Classifieds is 12 gups to choose from. now. 813-684-99k0 Classifeds makes it
M mlt(riBa1uand Ut:lilll 1 personal showroom. $300 813-659-2274 you can have a
,I n 1nJ, B, enJl t ,i zibur-,J i ii -tii-'e- Makes and modelsBCORGI/PEMBROKE AKC ae for your Buy-It-Now
ji k jlj!~ iiwi0 11 ifor every budget. C i/Pu e aduE AKhth V 1 e ps for yri. option in your
........ i ,. ,. ped o lasiies.813-299-1626 Lic# P06062440 Click & Boy feature.
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Horses & Cattle ]) Driver / Delivery J) ( Driver / Delivery )) ((Medical/Health CareJ) () Legal Notices )] (( Legal Notices )) "1 Central Tampa ) (( East Hillsborough )
ARABIAN Reg mare bay CONCRET CRUSHER Owner Operators: HEALTHCARE 813-759-9526. Anddue ng sh would callthe City PLANT CITY- Walden
Khemosabi bloodlines OPERATOR, for notice having been giv- CLerk at (813)659-4200" Lakes. Gated commty &
Khemosabil, bayloodlines molitionco. John TAKETHEFIRSTSTEP RNs/LPNs/CNAS en, to the owner of said at least 48 hours prior to CORPonr iv golf. 2/2 villa 2cg,
S emosabi 813-7 3-1on oe hnp TA T Pool positions. roper andall parties the public hearing. ..,,,. comm pool, newly reno-
oodlne $1000. 3o pFUTURE! Apply in person at: Iwn to claim an in .. vated all aappi. $239K.
lodRines ctal- DRIVER **Lease Purchase Community Care Center terest therein andthe Section 7. At the public NEW HOMES (13759-094.
lioN 3 yolda st C Plan Available** 2202 W.Oak Ave time specified in such hearing referred in Sec- NEW HOMES
MRIATrE DR RE. V CHEC Great pay Plant City FL 33563 notice for payment of tion rein, all speak- REAL ESTAT OPEN MON-SAT 1PM RIVERVIEW OPEN BY
month RSE.10an..e,, Guaranteed home time Ph: 813-754-3761 such having expired ersshalle m nCr APPTf2001 PalNm Harbo
month old colt. Can be llEOE-THIS OUT!oLease-On CostsEE the goods will be so shale be liminuted to" SERVICES Incredible & Affordable Modular home. 16x2"
registered. $700. All pri- hr- ee (35) minutesun-Newthomes.DownsPa. y- Pebt 2baisNice to uax
ces firm. Can be seen o Spouse Rider Program at public auction at the less the speakerre- oN ent Aistant qual cvred deck 24x30' met-
on www2r tt-216 omE *Paid Orientation RECEPTIONIST, FP Med above stated address to quests theity Cerk or Mrtgages fied buyers. 10 different a bdg. 5 ac w24 exet-
r cal 35 e LOCAL DRIVERS Mi ller Transporters, Inc. cal office, Med Mgrex- the highest bdder or additional time no les fr plans to coose nkin r W n
Call Brian Hall perence reared otherwise disposed of than forty-e ight sa 48). b c lp lanfo. cota rindrn.e.
HORSE Cart, Eas En- AUBURNDALE TERMINAL at our Plant City, FL 813-659-3328 on hours prior to said pu blic 165 u900 includes loW 493 tfor apt
t r s arwasy n, -.66 Class A CDL location 1-866-58108976 Wednesday, May 10,100/ Many locations to choose nt
w y, Black5 w .Tan, n t www.mill. 1 ert.com 2006 at 9:30AM. -eaKersks)request ado- A i o un
e Flatbedvan & tanker wRestaurants I t from American Housing RIVERVIEW Open Sun 1-
clI. harness. ys$600. 3 months experience itista onal time the deter- L813 264-990
. e813-855-6160 requirednc Hositalty/Cubs CHRISTOPHER JONES mination ofth amount FINANCING 4phosing.comra go
8G-55660" A. MB? S general Household Goods, Fur- of time to be allowed wwa usno 'se-thiNe
HORSES (6)& Ponies (2) MULBERRYTERMINAL KITCHEN HELP F Aply nature, Boxes, or shall e at the discretion $0 DOWN Riverwatch R2424
yw eR uClass A CDL I TpCat-. Stereo Equipment of the Mayor, butno ( SouthTama Riverlen Dr. REMAX
ride good, will fake Recentrods welcome! 813fS N r speakers shall generally Purchases G Glfsra De
ride swoou, B awiagll ake Rec sw cofis ShckNak Rd TRACY ROBBINS be allowed more than ff- Consolidate Debts aDetweler 941-527-7221.
9062 or 727-2 -22167 drive ccc.co IRFING813-752-7224 Household Goods, Fur- teen (15) minutes. Lower Payments,
Sniture,Bo es, 81-74-99 Challenged Credit RIVERVIEW
PAINT PonTri 7 year, 100 + positions for pack- ceseu-t 2643sf 4br3br,
i line exceriencS ales ) c otion as noti ce ofthe p $0 Out Of Pocket 2 h ra.dowRun
14.1h.aen mp DATAl E Y Wr study, pool, jacuzzi, treed
Slish wanel anone r d EClip- e O led DARRYL RAGINS posed enactment of said Closin Costs. a 1 30 L3eorehaun
t14.e hands Geldin, E n r- forkfe drivers ACCOUNT Sales Rep In- Household Goods, Furni- ordinance shall be pub- Also speak Spanish, .o at re 4 81306 Le- ecun
edties. Bathes and .. t r duc d 2 s t side Sales for Sprint/ ture, Boxes, Tools, TV's listed in te Courier, is- Greek & PouuesenDr.499K.813-77-4693
oad easy 727-481-6679 Fresh Produce 3120 N. ink re nPortuguese
Dover Rd, Dover F Call Nextel in Branon. F/, or Stereo Equipment sue o April 27, 2006. ManhattMo gage U TAMPA Bay waterfront
PAS FN DRIVER 813-70 -1361 for direc- 19FrdM-F. Must also be able0 Cin e TMArronle
PASO F INO WELSH, Re n to work most Sat, from KENNETH L PLOTr, JR6Adopted by the City 0 3br, 2ba remodeled ca-L
ol edg noErs DEDICATED REGIONAL t Mns. Apply in person p A m o n o (LML) 813-246-5000 BAYSHORE CONDO nal to Tampa bay boat
old geldi champ. *Guaranteed* Boxes, Sporting Goods, Commission on Toll free 866-414-LEND Open unay -pm dock CHA FSBO 320K
Possible rl hampn Home EVERY Wkend ASSEMBLE MAGNETS & Aplo210 W.Brandon Tools April 24,, 2006 100% HOME FINANC 2 stry 2br 25 ba 1350sf, 8 -2A 9-bo 7380
$1,80.813-u714-1809y NA U EHTk ,rrolnd Wk! No M 3uie HouseholdWGoods, Furni- MAYOR-COMMISSIONER it! Alcl Fationsonsd 2pkpa M ovestor's
ot 5 a u Apoo Beach, FL vGlue Gun, Paitin Je-o.E.L. ey,1nanBe &L et
813-781-1120.877-428-527Ca v 813-752-6814 CITY CLERK diate Loan Aprovals! CARROLLWOOD 2br,2ba, front. Call a Croa for
SB www. ctdrivers.com ASSEMBLY to $9.00 Apply Online 1300sf. CB on pond Al R Co
k BasrNs GSalrs $$ Temp to Hire $$ ( Trades RYApproved as to form and WetshoreMortgage.co new carpet s & app s, Ig
20x20x9 $2,600 Gene Hyde Truck Co. 813-754-5997 CARPENTER HELPER & Manager (Lcensedn Moed, wakin trails Inc. Lic9 MortgagelBkrtra
S2easxx9 A 4a,202 2stes Soutwest rn U. cn NO: 2469 4/20;27, 2006 CITY ATTOENEY P0 -4 0
o24x4ox9 $4 ,2 tate & Southwest runs. Willing to trainrigh er- Ci TOWN AN COpeRY
y24x40x9 sI son. 813-757T97W1 _BUY SELLER HELD CARRO.LWOOD, built in T aND COUNTRY
Other Sizes Available' 800-229- A NO: 2518 4/27/2006 -MortagsesIay Tp 2004, 3br,2a.5 ba, + dene each Walk, 2 Br, 2 ba,
1LIC CBC125333-78-50 exerienic. 2Dol n within 2cg 2 story new granite tiled veranda top fir
813 -7133312533- 501 5 8, x 219ELD e xp in dragline Mo y.
Iipair. Shop and 48 hours. Prcore e Mny neA. wood f lapnia view o f b ront
DRIVER- NOW HIRING Atco Rubber Products, fieldposionavailable. Call Gerald Danley. floor. Gated comm A 2CT3ooI6m.ava5/1mo
entral Florida Local & Apply direct at benefits vaca on
National OTR positions. 24 Williamette Dr. aid holidays. 941-77- NO7 22n0 P n 20in 0 CITRUS PARK 4 b 2 b, VALRICO Brandon Brookuilt
quarter Horse -$500 Food trade tanker, no Plant City. 813-754-6678 11 or 3- 674, NO: 2200, 3/236sq.ft., air ., 50 3/2/2 1491 s ft.,
Pona-S00 Mini-$200 hazmat, no pumps, CRal am-pm ask for o alliance, eat-in kit,9 wood firs, $217,900
All Ki-sfe. + 30 more great benef ts, competi- DATA ENTRY! Work Shawntel or ary Norris NOTICE OF SALE fai rm, great rm Open Sat & Sun 4/22-23
Will finance anyone. $0 ve pa & new equip- From Anywhere. Flexi- Pursuant to Ch 713.78 w l-in 'lo r tir mi 1p m30 Sonoma Dr.
ie Apv a usairuiant ltobe ChIN A 713.78 x o Pt lost, 2tlbr, 2a 18pm 38 onom
dn, $100/mo. Many ment. eed 2 years ex- ble Hours. Personal Below said vehicles to be FINANCIAL oi n. P ,o a (813)571-1875 By Own-
beautiful paints! Wil erience. Ca Bynum Computer Required. Ex- auctioned to satisfy tow- ton pond. Photos act a er, No Realtors.
trade & rent $15/r, Transport for your op- cellent Career oppqrtu- ngandstorage liens at: f t oe com/ta' r
$25/day. Call now: 813- rtu iity to i erio m a I ome $282,900
649-11l6 www. 800 741-7950. Only. 1-800-344 636 302 E. lhoun St i Business REAL ESTATE (813)265-0641 Waterfront J
suncitystablescom xt. 30 Plant Ci F l 33566 -
suncitystables.com D! 00Phaon e 8 7546300 Opportunities FOR SALE LUTZ, 15+ac, house 80 ft BAYSIDE 5809 Cruiser
DSHAVINGS PINE Plenty of freight, Many DRIVERS $1500.i00 .bonus. F M. 1 block arn. 4 lots on Wy. 4br 2.aba 3023sf,
CYPRESS CLEAN DRYdt H tme Otin e 6 m h OR t 12:00M NOO 0 ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE pond, will split up. pool, deck dock lift up-
LumNerS PReirSSo Rte r5ed175. Yeei0t Experiience CassA with E A N 2FAPP36U6PB2 K0865 3dyAll r9 9 c9 **WANTED** 4L cal p9nK Owner 8a3-891-
Lumber S0441ecialties ( 8 0 0 ) 2 3 1 5 2 0 9 tank& hzmat. Call 1992 Nissan 4dr )629-998 Homes toinstall insulat- LUTZCheva Cal country 422.pen Sun 1-3
www.SwiftTruckingiobs 877-882-6537. JNiHJ01F7NT018720 B02000033..CALL.US: ed metal roofing atu club. Beautiful H nna CLARR
c L Florin Rocf T www.oakleytranspor t.c Schools 1988 Dode 4dr we wll not bed e- Very Low Cost.i fe-C ab d 2 ATER BEACH
SPRING LAMB & .cm om L ol, 198uoe4del t bele V -rL C. eu. Bartoletta home, 4br Homes from $1049 000
BREEDING EWES.B3BU5637 43678 time Warrany E nerg dvb 3g den ds. Codo fo ck a, 1a en
(1)9-I03 EW IV' Ho "Honeryeek ..ERS LCT.WANTS. AIRLINE MECHANIC Rap- 1981 Renke Boat ALL.CASH.CANDY R SavinKs to 40%,Ei 8co- P K s 813-909- 988Iland Etate
Call Prem t I'm Home EveryrWeek- a, ta ning for high pay- RBMMS226M81J A #B025NDY3 UT ors, 1 0% Fnancn n 1sel.bya Oner. $1908tal back a Rt
endP" Great" pay & B ene- YOU! OTR drivers, so- on Career. D n na006 D eo 800 En st mate. 18 9 to. l 8. 985wner. 8 csi c a .-8 at
fito. s S l atit los or teams. 3 month hs A 8 8 RESOLUTION NO 79-2006n Day 30 MacNNins and CF430-2616, Ms Realy, 727 460 J
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id tom. raini ngi 2005roument. Cal w entgass Meta c. all ONL PCENTROP O SUBDIVI-Cl s: e WillNt Be 4/9HOS10- our 352t460ey
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SatrieSs w e.rc k -rMi A8008 3 o SION PLAT OF Undersold! fne NoI W T1 iwww.geocities.com/ cess acre, poo & spa,.
S Top prices &ai. www presruc Cransp or tation- 5 con I A acolrane Ci. e MENDONSA COMMER-. m'"/3- vcle honna.177173$9568. e(1iv wa
Lesde. o atbsCal y LCTrnpMortatni.c A ND Onine CIAL CENTER A Sof B EARN INSTANT d nyw., u n -arlv$999k. Can email virtual
now 813-649-1126 DRIVERS Class A & D R ENTRY Level Tech for from Home. Medical SION lN SECON 32I CASH$$ We es WATERCHASE tour 352-467-0103.
erwe K DRIVERSlass No u A- AAEMY Sthe be i darl ue herey teiveon 3n2, CAH$ Sice oaty in 4 8 Noith East &a
demolition co Semi tn d cellular co in Brandon. B ue, C'ar fim sale TOWNSHIP 28 SOUTH, Proce ssing 2.5ba il attached nw td ee.
ONBoliU S TO AL w. rk crs D w .. O ned ope io be base s per Mut r Wo n townrdomer! built 200, 7t
& JaTackShack FDump Tractor Tri T or PIT titWel tran 'C m a aC m nt RANOE 22 EAST mails On line. Make condo re.
vm n o r. rato r Trs. Jon 30-35/wk Must work JUStice. JOo Rlacemie HILnBRUG.i C:N $. per e-mail Guar instant Contract. Cash. Tons of amenities
potntise -P1 B san. FB scprovidbed. Financial Aid aT F ORIDA. antee rore me azi AnyArea n Condition $315k. Julie Gordon, KW
BWlee er Va1t3 .ww.eda fs wp 18aW.ean onyokaed. Fall 8 Programs. tDGa Entry Situaton YouCaln Tampa 813-431-3808 SPINNAKER e Cove, Open
3653S3663. e nt r fax resume: 643-2542 iuf i al 866- BE IT RESOLVED B i THE An w er Sr ey n You'll Sell. 813-289-1144 Sun 1-3, 4302 Sunray
noon & evenn Starting N t CITY COMMISSION OF 500-$75.00 Per Survey CASH FOR YOUR HOUSE CTend unit TH, 3 ibr,
S e a HELP WANTED www.OnneTidewaterT THE CITY OF PLANT Join w r ANGELO BUYS HOUSES Quick, confidential all 2.5 ba, 2 CG., boat lift,
Pab pour *BS 25 rs or Alrer SlikeE rs ExtraIctmrant o-f th inette Ter om Now!Cash nyond ito n.f Quickrcondenti C as section
Pastures & Stals $6.85 r as ec.com CITY, FLORIDA www.Re Cas hProgr Cash any condon, areas & cond's 1866- dock, as FP, granite,
or Dee 863-607-6000 sembng WCD cases from B.. com Handyman, fir, di5s- 861-7876. EMI Buys.com Marble Floors, $419,900,
7 Stall Block Barn For Hoe A Tme orkg with ( Vocational Training Section 1. The City Con- tressed, vacant, occu- Solvingroblems. (813)910-7351.
LOCALanies. mission of the City of EARN WHAT YOU'RE pied. Anywhere in FL!
oLEortunity.o P~I ATROEU DREINVS Start Immediately. No AMERICA'S DRIVING Plant City, Florida, does WORTH! Outstanding Apts./ Comm., residen- each roperes
a orweeko. P N O W S experiencenecessary ACADEMY Start our hereby give notice of te business opportunity in ,l. No dealt c(C u tc. Opn tPst 1t, is
Call 3-719-6041 R 1-800-405-7619 Ext 14 driving career! offering hearing on the approval Health Care. 7 toC10 bll g/sml uick cl ,s- North East & I PANAMA CITY BEACH
m BONUS TO ALL ww. easywork- courses in CDL A. One of proposed subdivision hours per week. Must ip. 1-800-Se LL-181; 1 N new m JJ Brand New Gulf Front
N -r F Lirnes, Inc is now hiring gretpy.com tuition fee! Many pay- plat of Mendonsa Com- have internet access. 9-4-816-4363 Condos @2004 prices
Lines, inc is.nowvhirigment options! Nonregis- mercial Center, a subdi- 800-757-3115 Local....Ha. TAMPA Palms 4br/3ba Oni Purchasers wen20t
professional drivers to LWANTErnE H T nx- trationfee! (888)80 vision in Section 832, LocalOdAy Thnee lookinA l seAi br L m ,4 rdot uch ars an
haul local petroleum. tra income assembling dent U oweshi2 h, #BOME WR S t byoest nel + ofcLRIDRIFR 1 Fire-6 to8se before Ag..l 2006
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tUnlmied Earninga Start Immediately No ademy.com. Hils9orough county, Processing Online Re- signnment contracts. firsha r vdk new Prop.Amrom $300K. Reaul
Potential. CAEexperience necessary. Florida bates From Home Earn NowFees,AnyAreator m rof/ACV SbIk to A DalmTu, Sterling Real
-Paid Vacation www.easywork- $15.00 Per Rebae Gar n QuickClosin, Elem. school. $389,000 850-830-3204, dalmau
DMed Dental& Vis ins e tpay.com 1-800- Section 2. The City Con- anteed. Extremely Easy. Bring a Deals. Col Jim .813 979 9350 sterlingrealtysales.coM
Bonus7o-9 H-44e ext 125 missionwill hold a public No Experience Neede. Nagy 28135-82w do miniu m))
EMPLOYMENT per year. JOB Crafters, Inc. NOW hearing on the approval Everyone Qualifies! *now: 0urOMESLToOCond ums
tprye p pcantsUhrHIRING!! .c Firs:nt Class of the subdivision plat at t Amazig Business Op- WANTED s20 HOMES To
PhpyordA Trades: Pipelits meeting in the Sadye portunity. ShowOffOurNewLife- BAYSHORE Amazing
Administrative/ Be 25yrs of epr tears, Structural Weld-oCall Now to See if Your Eve room faces spec-
SITi U MNtcert.tlet Berry ipHoweCQualifies 1-800- c e n
T DrrLGeneral Offlc er ineFLALofver87xpotacuzar open water
a/ ve the ability to $r + Per DiemUevBull Stiree0 (ts 518-553 Lic1 Ev v ews! M vrbll e & wood E s
AEN orlOfesnow/srholet es. Work in FLAL O rBullin ,h302 West uC $165, L fuy renovated. Musi
N DA uti btai at ed. 23./hour. T7ollhFree: Hail"), Plant City Florida $$HOME WORKERS IM SEse727-480-2765
WEIE. 2 8U2202)371-7IT4 oonMae: is enei mAssdsreSNEEDED$$ CASH Offers.eAnyw&dAll
Now AcceptinfaPlica WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT 2800 433-12704 oFaxn: LE on ra ce on
oiions .rOUR WEBSITE AT 24 003-018 1 p.m., or as soon there- Processing Online Re homes. Sinkhole, Fore- TAMPA PALMS BAYSHORE area, Ibrlba
cal positions. Office ox- W OURW iAE A 2514-0. at D as the matter may bates From Hoe Earn closure vacant etc. Open Sat 10-5, Sun 1-5. downstairs condo, bHA,
perience required. Ap- WWWTANObNDACOM be heard, at which time $15.00 Per Rebate Guar- Call today don't delay. 2003 home, 1 mi to 175. eat-in kitchen laundry
SThurs. 9an pm at TO APPLY 904-858-9150 Legal Notices interested parties and anteed. Extremely Easy. 727-239-2029 or 3455sf, 2 story, on con- r onsite 7bsf wal
-4citizens mayappear nd No Experience Needed. 727-271-4019 servation lot. 4br,2ba + to Soho, ofstreet orkg.
8025 N. State Road 33,ERSONW!tts up
Lakel ond. Ask for Pa w LOCAL m making up h% uraulic ho- NOTICE IS HEREBY given the aro posd w bi v rp e Everyone Qualifies! p -nEate bonus, ss Caps$150,00 6. 813-253-2D47
or HR Dept. eoe/dfw PETROLEUM DRIVERS ses& re-building cylin- that on May2, 2006 at the p ed subdv Awa BusinessiOp-tal)).c pool.
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS ders. 813-759-0599 10:00 A.M. Mini Sorae sion. bsatnt.Pete&amCal d For
$1000 SIGN of Plant City, 402 W. alaIl Section 3. A resolution om A$95kS81-43-298Tampa In- I
Child / Adult Care ) ON BONUS TO ALL WAREHOUSE Productin St, Plant City, Fl will con- approving said subdivi- vestors! I have 3 handy- TEMPLE Terrace, CARROLLWOOD 1900 sf,
FANT City Area Pre Lores idaRok riTnkg FITlMn-riW treaision plat shall be consid- LOCAL Vend Biz. $6695. man specials this week Raintree development, 2br 2.5ba, garage, pretty
PLANT City Anea Pro Lines, Inc is now hiring Plant Cit area .st Bidder or otherwise b th t C Coinplete Must Sell. 1- with $35-$50k in equity. waterfront 4br & loft, 2.5 arden sitting area.
School Teachers neeDeD professional drivers to 813-76q-9090 dispose of the contents seon upon the conclusion 866-823-0223 AIN The sell quickly!.ash ba formal Dr & Lv, .Fp, $2S0000 Marsy Herman,
experience preferred but haul local petroleum, of Rental Units leased to on the concluin 866- or -ard Mo o6 Fp ,
no u re s. Will Train Excellent Ben P Incl: edical/Nealth a e of the public hearing. #B02523 ney only! 241 sf at. onl. uential Tropical Rty
8 i3-85 -457 Unlimited and believed to containB $$ investors welcome. $380,000 813-985-68 6 813-833-3839
gthe following:Section 4. The proposed $$MAKE BIG MONEY$$ Call Jim Nagy 813-843-
Potential. CARE GIVERS WANTED subdivision plot me be Submitting DataeForms 2233 ww.realnetusa.com INVESTORS SPECIAL! Time Share
Driver/Delivery Paid Vacation CNA/HHAormatureex-yes-House inspecteythepuli Onlin Easy! Guarn- 3/2 great neighborhood T
DMed Dental & Vis Ins Coe Heys-u teed Paychecks. New Construction
i 40KpNwaComatch priencedperson. Excel- holdIt e atmheoce of the City $e5KyheO. TCntrAiEMADE
COOL TRAVEL Job. Now ety Bonuses etsalary. Call Mon- Fri # 40-Many Cox- House Clerk at the Nettle Berry wwwm eybig.com 2200sf 4Br 3Ba 1-866-861-7876MDE
9AM-5PM 863-616-1888 hold-Items Dreughnon Municipal PAID TYPING AT 1/2Acre EASY!! Discover points
hiring (1.8-24 positionss. per year. #t 41-Carmelia Nesbitt- Bullding (City Hall). 302 HOME! $200-$300 Daily. (813)971-69S3 EMIBuys.com by Holiday. No Ex-
Guys/Gals to WOrK and Pfd Applicants Shall: Household Items West Reynolds Street, No.Exerience Re- (813)759-2959 www. change Hassle! Better
travel entire USA. PaiD Pref'de plicans halderCNA'S #48-Lee Sumrnell-House Plant City, Florida. uired.Register Online stewarthomesacom (( East Hillsborough J fanoRedoWeeks! Call
lo Ing furnished. Call Have 2yrs of TT exp or Loveable, Dependable, hold Items your Poto1-800-348-0423
r Caregivers. Autumn. #222-George Smith- Section 5. All ersons are www.hometypers.com Teenidown orRe lace Little Alafla Creek www.holidaygroup.com
-2 .r w/snoot cert. Assist driving 1307 E. Bak- Household Items advised that ifa person MATTRESS CLEANING & From $68 per sq ft acre lot, $300k homes /hfn
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(( Boats ))
20' 1998 Pro Sport, 150HP
yamaha, S/S, bimini incl
compass & FF, VHF, 3
live wells & alum trail-
er. $10K 813-401-8401
20FT. 1996 Ouest Center
Console, 200 HP John-
son, live well, rod box
fish box w/easy load
trlr $7500 863-638-2001.
21.6' 2003 Key West, Bay
Reef, CC, leaning post
200 Yamaha HPDI, 50
hrs, Low, like new,
21FT. Sea Pro 2004 Bay
boat, Yamaha 150l 4
stroke, T-top Excellent
Condition! $19,000 obo
Call (813) 355-6563.
21' SEASWIRL STRIPER
walk around Yamaha
150, live well, etc. lift
kept, low hrs, $17 900
22.8' Center Console 115
Johnson Runs great.
23' 2004 RANGER 2300
BAY, with 225 4-stroke
Yamaha, 101 Minkota,
white/grey, with cover,
23FT. 1971 Stamas W/A
Cutty, 1997 225
low hrs, live well, trail-
er. Exc cond! $11K or
trade for pontoon, bass,
or air boat 813-478-1349
23FT. Mako 1984 with
1998 225 Optimax, low
hours, new fuel tank,
captain's chairs. VHF,
Lowrance X85. Always
high and dry. Cherry!
23FT Proline walk around
'89. '98 200 HP Johnson,
alum. trlr. Elect. Live
well. T-top. Great Cnd!
$12,500. (813) 230-7507.
25' Bayliner Trophy- frac-
tional Ownership (& a
fraction of the cost) in a
well maintained boat.
Twin Mere 175s Power.
Only $5,000 call Tom
26.5' SEA RAY 268 SUN
DANCER 1987 newer
1999 7.4L EFI, I/O,
sleeps 6, bathroom,
stove, refrierrator, A/C,
CD, platform, bimini
top, GPS/fish finder,
rod holders and more.
26' MacGregor 2001 26X
.Roller furler, Newer
Suzuki 50hp. 4S.9 in
draft. Sleeps 6 $16,000.
Mint Condition! Loaded.
Covered slip available.
$79,900. (813) 814-4410.
32' SEA RAY SUNDANCER
'03, twin 320 I/Os, fully
loaded, fresh wtr kept,
390 hours, $124500obo
33' Trojan 10m. Mid Cab-
in Exp. Cruiser 1986, 454
FWC Crusaders, 6.5 KW
gen., full-galley, sips 6.
$40K obo. 941-907-9515
34' Mainship Pilot 2000,
exc cond, warranty on
boat & engine. See &
make offer. $145,900
LARGEST Volume Pon-
toon Dealer in Florida.
See New Sea King Boats!
(.Boat Slips / Storage))
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RV's, auto, trucks.
$40+/mo. Secured loc'n
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
WANTED: Slip for Sail-
boat. 4.5ft of water
[f Boat Supplies & 11
[( Accessories JJ
1993 EVINRUDE 30 hp,
electric start & tilt,
geat motor, $400.
BOATLIFF & cradle, the
finest alum. boatlift &
stainless hardware, 8-
24Klb, professional in-
stall. available (remote
avaiL). Pateco Manufac-
turer, Inc. 727-397-8130
LOTS of new, used and
rebuilt engine and drive
parts. Inboard / Out-
board. Save, save save!
Boat Supplies & 1
| Accessories Jj
OUTBOARD MOTOR 50 hp
Mercury 2003, tilt &
trim, $2500 obo.
YAMAHA 115HP 1985
Outboard 20". runs ex-
cellent, can demo, mo-
tor only. $1200
150HP Yamaha 2005 SS
prop, controls, oil tank,
yr. mfg warranty re-
maining. $7,100 OBO.
(( Sailboats ))
S $700 obo.
27' 1978 Watkins Sloop,
$8,000. RF Jib, Yanmar
diesel, wheel steering,
good condition! 727-
366-0882 / 813-996-0839
28' Islander 1977, Volvo
diesel inbd, good cond,
D/S, bimini. $10,900.
in purchasing aircraft
or share in turbo prop
or light jet in Tamp /St.
Pete area 814-450-2692
[I Auto Engines/ 1
Parts / Misc. JJ
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
(( Automobiles Misc ))
& Rear Ends. Up to 3
yrs warr. M-F 9a-5p
Mem BBB 813-875-1500
6X12X2 Never used- 15"
wheel w/gate $825. Oth-
ers avail. Go to: reliable
( Trucks Light Duty))
CHEVY 1991 S-10 2 WD
4.3 TBI w/5 speed
CHEVY 2003 1500 15.3 au-
to LS, ext. cab,, 33K mi.,
wrrty extras exc. cond.
FORD 1989 F150. 5spd,
enclosed bed, 106,500
miles, recent engine
overhaul. $1200 obo.
FORD 1992 F150, 6 cyl,
auto, air, new paint,
FORD 1999 Ranger Ext.
Cab. 4.0 V6, 5 speed
A/C, 4 door 4 WD 95K
miles. AM/FM Displayer
$6800. (813) 973-1412.
FORD 2000 F150 V6 5
speed. great work
truck, runs good $7000,
FORD 2003 Sport Trak
XLT, 54K, 2WD, Auto,
Red, sliding Rear Win-
dow & Running Boards,
FORD 2005 F150, white
auto, air, bedliner, 30K
miles, excellent work
truck, $14500 OBO.
FORD 2005 Ranger V6,
auto w/OD, Ext Cab,
XLT, 5,266 mi. Purch
ased 6/30/05 cost
21,012Sell for $13500
GMC 2002 Sierra 1500,
15004DR, bk, tan int. 48K
w/togper, exc. cond.
new tires, dualexhaust,
$18K obo 813-727-0990
TOYOTA 19873 Tow TrPiuck p,
runs good, red w/fiber
glass topper.$750. obo
Die Trucks Heal Box Dutyruck, e))
CHEVY 2000 Sl verado
1500 4x4horse, $6500Ext Cab, 102K
Cold A/C, New Tires,
FORD 1973 Tow Truck,
F600 w/Holmes 500
FORD 1992,14' U Haul
Diesel Box Truck, eng
overhaul, runs great
work horse, $6590 Chris
(( Trucks Heavy Duty ))
FORD 1993 F350 XLT,
Extended cab, 7.3
diesel, new tires, lots of
FORD 1999 F350 XLT, 7.3
4x4, silver, auto, 238k
miles, AC, CD. $14,900
TOYOTA 2004 Tundra SR5
4 door, double cab, V8,
47K mib tow pkg, step
bars, bed liner, exc
cond $21K 813-671-3225
(( 4-Wheel Drive ))
GMC 1996 1500 SL 4x4,
4.3 V6 engine, runs
good, good body, AC,
1996 2000 4 wheel drive,
4 door Diesel Truck.
(( Vans J)
DODGE 1999 grand cara-
van, 48k mi,total handi-
cap conversion, 2 inside
dr controls. 1 remote
for lift gate & dr clo-
sure new gas tank.
DODGE 2000 Grand Cara-
van Handicap equipped
w/ramp. Drivers side
adj seat w/ swivel, rsed
gas pedal many hand
controls. 25K mi. $20K
Cathy @ 813 641-1664
DODGE 2005 Entervan
handicap van, wheel
chair equipped 30k
miles clean good cond.
FORD 2000 Windstar LX
4dr, seats 7, cold AC,
great family car, orig
owner, 146Kmi, Immac.
$5100 obo 813-926-1545
FORD 2001 Windstar
6 cyl, cold air, new
brakes, no rear seats,
runs great. $4,900
FORD 2003 Econoline 15
cab, white, 25000mi,
exc. cond. $18,500 obo
HONDA 2004 Odyssey
EX-L. 11k mi. Leather,
power doors, $24,900.
((Sports Utility Vehicles))
BMW 2002 X5 3.01, ext.
warr, silver ext, Ithr int,
loaded sort pkg, sunrf,
rear A/C. all power.
$25,900 (813) 221-5522
BMW 2002 X5 3.0 white
w/ tan int. sun roof,
sport pkg, CD, upgrad-
ed whis, newer tires.
CADILLAC 2000 Escalade
23k mi, $18k Serious in-
q uiries only.
CADILLAC 2003 Escalade
4WD, sunroof 22 inch
whls, DVR, 4 TVs, 72k
mi, $23,500 Firm
CHEVY 1998 Blazer, 4
door, very clean, lady
driven well maint
$6K obo. 70% tried left
on tires. 813-294-1080.
CHEVY 1999 BLAZER, 4
door, 4x4, auto, exc.
cond., Ithr seats, cold
A/C, CD, running birds.
$7,499 obo 813-326-8153
CHEVY 2005 Tahoe 4 WD
LT, leather It grey, load-
ed, low miles, like new,
3rd row trailer hitch.
FORD 1989 Bronco II,
SUV, 4WD, red w/blk
grill, stnrd, capt chrs 1
owner must see, $1850
as is obo 813-661-2215
FORD 2000 Excursion 4X4
Limited, 7.3 L power
stroke diesel, loaded,
136k miles. $18,100.
FORD 2002 Expedition,
Eddie Bauer, Blue, New
Tires & Brakes, Every
Option, $16,S00 58K m.
GMC 1994 YUKON GT, V8
2 door, 20" wheels, BF
Goodrich tires chrome
rill, CD, TV, 136K mi.,
$9,000 obo 813-356-8808
HONDA 2004 Element EX
2WD, shoreline mist
(taupe), 39K mi. AM/FM
CD8 EXCELLENT COND.
HUMMER 1993 H1, 4 dr
hard top diesel CTIS
75k miles, loaded, Must
see! $27,900 obo.
#1671109 6 813-690-7901
HUMMER 1994 HI Diesel
low miles, soft-top, 55k,
looks and runs great.
New tires & rims
HUMMER 1999 HI red,
4dr slant back very rare
desel, 55K mi 3 TV's,
Pl aystation 2, CD player
& CD changer, $44,900
((Sports Utility Vehicles))
ISUZU 2000 Rodeo LSC,
showroom cond. Orig.
owner, All options, 21
mpg, Appr. $10,750.
Mak offer 813-454-6900
ISUZU 2001 Rodeo S,45k
mi, 4 door wagon/sport.
Airbags pwr steering &
ISUZU 2001 Vechicross
Collectors' Ed, 4WD, 10
yr 120k mi power train
warr. Only 2500 made.
JEEP 2005 GRAND Silver,
5300 mi., V8, Ithr, sun
roof, all power, $23.5K
OBO. 813-244-1092 or
LEXUS 2001 RX 300 57000
mi, 6 cyl 2WD, AM/FM
radio plus cassette and
6 CD changer, ABS, A/C,
alarm, cruise driver
and pass. airbag, gold
ext w/tan leather int.,
moonroof, pwr locks,
pwr seats, pwr win-
dows, rear A/C, rear
win defrost, always ga-
raged dealer service ev.
ery 5,000 documented.
Below book at $19,000.
NISSAN 2000 XTERRA
pwr windows, locks,
mirrors, V6, new tires,
97K mi, $8900
RANGE ROVER 2003, Blue
43K Mi, warranty, Fully
loaded, Excellent condi-
tion $44,000 obo
((Scooters / Mopeds))
EURO Scooter 2004 Top
speed 30mph, 100mpg.
only 2300 mi runs good
Vento scooters (2) 50cc
2 stroke 48 mph $1200.
150 cc 4 stroke 55 mph
$1400. both like new.
GOLF Cart Blow Out Sale
2005 Club Car Prece-
dent, elec 48 volts,
$3450. To reserve yours
Mini Dune Buggy 250cc,
new demo, umph, auto
trans., w/ reverse, full
suspension, disc brakes
$2495 obo 813-784-8660
[( Motorcycles ))
2004 Heritage Softail.
2400 Miles, 2 tone paint,
teal and gray. Needs
$16,500 or best offer.
BUELL Cyclone 20011203
carburetion and Vance
Hines exhaust $6900
HARLEY 1974 Iron Head,
right hand shift, mtr &
tranny reblt runs,
needs TLC $2500 firm.
HARLEY 1976 Iron Head
on 1978 Amen Savior
frame, brand new tires,
whis, kick & elec start,
wide glide front end, 45
deg rake, pro-street
HARLEY 1979 FLH
Runs & looks good.
HARLEY 2002 Deuce
10,800 mi, Immaculate,
many extras, $15,000
FIRM Call Eddie at
HARLEY 2002 Sportster
1200cc, silver & blue,
many extras low miles.
HARLEY 2003 Softtail
100th Anniv. Black & sil-
ver, 7500 miles, loaded
For Detals 813-215-9982.
HARLEY 2004 VRod
Burgundy, lady driven,
less than 4K mu, raged
upgraded seat. $15,500
HARLEY Davidson 1996
Road King, Mystic green,
best of show winner.
Must sell $10,500
HARLEY Davidson 1996
Softail Springer, low
miles many extras.
Excellent Cond! $12,900.
Call (813) 355-6563.
HD 1999 Road King Clas-
sic. 2 tone paint, Aztec
Orange/ Ice. Pioneer
am/fm disc. Extras. 34k
ml. $12K 863-682-7859
HONDA 2001 Shadow,
1100cc, 7000 miles, like
new, garage kept, with
winsheld, $4500 813-
267-8924 Must See!!
HONDA 2002 VTX1800C,
Blue runs & looks
great, well maint., over
1K in accessories incl.
HONDA 2005 CRF 230,
trail ridden 8 times
$2,900. Honda 1986
80CC Elite, 2600 miles,
(( Motorcycles ))
KTM 2002 1255X,
Maybe 25 hours
Call Kevin 352-279-2419
Street, Dirt Bikes &
ATV's. Also buying
Cash paid. 813-924-6264
ROAD KING 2004 Po-
lice, 2800 miles. Metal
flake blue, over
$2,800.00 in chrome
and accessory up-
grades, Screaming Ea-
gle 103 c.i. complete
motor upgrade includ-
ing race tuner kit and
Thunder Header. Bike
looks and runs fantas-
tic, Must sell 00.813-944-$20,000
SUZUKI 1993 95XR-750,
Very good cond! Dark
stripes. Incd. helmet.
SUZUKI 1996 1400CC IN-
TRUDER, low mileage,
bags, forward controls,
corbm seat with back
rest, garage kept,
SUZUKI 2003 MARAUDER
805cc, silver/black, ex-
cellent condition, 1,500
miles, $4,000 obo.
SUZUKI 2004 Intruder,
1500LC, 5kmi, Cobra,
long shot pipes. Wind-
shield, back rest,
touring bags, Sharp!
$7500/obo 8 3-690-4006
YAMAHA 1996 Demax,
very clean, garage kept
w/cover, adult rider, ex-
YAMAHA 2004 R1, new
tires & frame sliders, ga,
raged less than 6k mu,
(( Golf Carts ])
EZ-GO/CLUB CAR, with
automatic charger, en-
good batteries, can de-
lver $1875 813-300-0114
E-Z Go Electric
Golf Cart. Lights, top,
good batteries. $1,050.
EZ-GO GOLF CART
Call for details
New & reconditioned w/
new battery warranty.
Markey Battery Inc.
CC ATVs )
Honda 2005 90 TRX.
4 wheelers (2)
125 & 110. 5x10 trailer
included. $2500/all obo
$$$ CASH $$$
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 little bit more!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
For Cars, Trucks & Vans
Running Or Not.
((Classics & Antiques))
CHEVY 1947 Coupe
Streetrod. HP 327 auto
700R CD, AM/FM. A/C.
Great car-must sell
CHEVY 1968 CAMARO
$17 500 (813)831-1743
CHEVY 1968 Z28, 502 Cra-
te motor, 5spd, Cor-
vette bronze w/blk
stripes, comply. restora-
tion, mint, $45,000obo.
CHEVY 1974 CAPRICE
CLASSIC 4 door Candy
Apple dreen, 350 big
block motor, coach intr.
$5,000 obo 813-356-8808
CHEVY 1992 SS454 auto
AC custom bik paint/
whis, all pwr, cd am/fm
bed cvr, ow 3"/5" must
sell, $7200 813-220-6541
CORVETTE 1977 Sting
Ray, 350 auto t-tops,
PW CD, AM/FM, new
yellw paint& new blk
int. Runs great! $14,500
CORVETTE 1979 Nice
clean show car, 74K mi.
Black sleek paint w/
buckskin Intr. $11,500
((Classics & Antiques])
FORD 1966 Mustang 289
3spd, good paint no
rust, new mags & tires.
FORD 1968 Galaxie 500
Fastback, air condition,
power brakes, steering,
auto transmission. This
is a beauty. Ready to
roll; come take a look.
This is a collector's car.
Need to sell. Make a
PORSCHE 1961 356A, eng
out, car complete,
VW 1973 Beetle, Excel-
lent condition in & out.
New brake ob, $4800
((Automobiles for Sale))
94 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN
Police Impounds! Only
$500! For Listings & De-
tails Call 1-800-749-
8116, Ext. 7169
97 TOYOTA CAMRY Only
$400! Police Impounds.
For Listings Cal 1-800-
749-8116, Ext. 4880
AA Rated Donation Do-
nate Your Car, Boat or
Real Estate IRS Tax De-
ductible. Free Pick-
ACURA 1994 Vigor, 5spd,
Original owner, garage
kept, 178K miles,
snroof, Ithr, $2800.813-
ACURA 1996 RL auto, ga-
rage kept 1 owner exc
cond, 120K mi,fully
loaded new tires,
ACURA 2004 RSX loaded,
black, black leather,
sunroof, 13,000 miles,
automatic, like new
BMW 1997 Z3 convertible
white w/ blk top, red
Ithr seats, orig. owner,
fully maint, 66K mi.
BMW 2001750 IL, Rare
Highline Series, Blue
w/ivory Motivated Sell-
er. Mint cond. Warranty
BUICK 1995 LeSabre Cus-
tom, It blue, leather,
new AC/tires, clean
good mech. cond. Good
gas. Senior garaged.
93k, $3995. 813-633-8283
CADILLAC 1998 Sedan
DeVille Gold Edition
Leather, V8 Northstar
CADILLAC 2001 CATERA
SPORT, 30,200 mi.,
BIk/Grey intr, fully load-
ed 27K mi GM warranty
CADILLAC 2005 DeVille
Diamond White, canvas
top, mnrf lux pkg 12K
mi. New $52K Must sell
Web ID# 1662141
CADILLAC 2006 CTS,
3.8 L, 6k mi., fully'load-
ed, wine red chrome
rims, XM radio.
CHEVY 1995 Cavalier,
110K mi. nice car, runs
ex. A/C, PS-PB $2100 obo
CHEVY 1996 Camero, V6
auto, 61K mi. dark
green, AC, all pwr, good
ures, maint. clean,
$4800 firm. 928-9412
CHEVY 1996 Cavalier,
2dr, 5spd new tires,
CHEVY 2005 Malibu Maxx
LS Loaded auto, 1 own-
er, fact wrty, low miles.
CHRYSLER 2004 Sebring
LXI convertible, wht,
28K, Ithr, all pwr, exc.
cond, $13,500 obo 813-
1994 427 Shelby. $32,900
1stplace show winner.
CORVETTE 1990 Conver-
tible, 350 cu. in., 6spd,
48K mi, kept in garage
covered, exc. shape,
CORVETTE 1998 only
37,600 orig. owner mi.,
Pewter/BHI .intr, $5,000
Maya rims Immaculate.
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CORVETTE 2005 new
cherry red met., naviga-
tion, on-star, XM radio,
and more. 6K miles,
CORVETTE 2006 Z06,
505HP, black on black,
mint cond. 2 LZ pkg.,
1700mi $79,000 firm.
COVETTE 1998 Converti-
ble, silver/black, auto, 10
disc CD, chrome whis,
44k, exc cond, $23,900.
DODGE 2004 Stratus 2dr
burgandy, auto, black
inter. ps, p1, pw, cruise,
26k mi. Spoiler Asking
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FORD 1991 Crown Vic LX,
loaded, 90K, cold AC,
new trans. exhaust, tire,
batt. runs & drives great,
Ford 1994 Mustang GT.
5.0 Super charged.
S-Trim, Fast car. Over
$10K in upgrades. $10K
with supercharger, $7K
without. (813) 927-1414.
FORD 1998 Contour 90k
mi 4 doors, 5 spd, 4cyl,
2WD, AM/FM/CD, AC,
bucket seats, rear win
defrost, exc cond, tan,
all maint recs great gas
mileage @ 35mpg hwy.
FORD 1998 Mustang
Low mi., SRS, great stu-
dent car, V6, 5-spd ice
cold AC, AM/FM/CD,
new tires, great shape.
Bruce: (813) 833-9288
FORD 2000 Mustang GT,
5spd, fully oaded, exc
ellent condition $10,500.
FORD 2002 Mustang Red,
many upgrades, Ithr, CD
player, Ruff Racing al-
loy whls, beautiful car!
HONDA 1991 ACCORD EX
& MAZDA 1991 929. ,
runs great exc cond.
Honda $2,100; Mazda
HONDA 1994 Civic $500
MUST SELL! for listing
1-800-749-8167 ext C752
HONDA 1997 Accord LX,
very clean In & out.
Runs perfect, ice cold
air, great on gas. 117K
mi., $5500 obo. 813-920-
2315 or 813-300-5862
HONDA 2004 Civic LX 4dr,
auto, 7K mi, oar kept,
w/warr untilJan '07.
w/gray inter. $14,750
HONDA 2004 Civic EX,exc
cond, 9K mi, 35-40 mpg,
adult driven, garage
kept fac wrty. asking
INFINITI 1995 Q45 79K mi,
ac, all power, loaded,
leather interior, $6500
INFINITI 1999 Q45T, 73K
mi, exc. cond., moon rf,
new Mich. tires & brks,
oar. kept., non-smkr.
INFINITI 2004 Q45, load-
ed, white, tan leather,
take over lease,
$810/mo. 14 months
left. Call 813-258-2000
JAGUAR 2002 XJR 1 own-
er, Zircon blue, 12,500
mi, new tires Chrome
whls cost $7500. Mint
Condition. Svc recs.
avail. Original price
$80,500. Asing $34,700
JAGUAR 2002 XK8 con-
vert. silver, w/blck top,
tan Ithr, GPS, alpine,
Loaded! Mint! 30k ml.
KIA 2003 Optima LX 44k
mi $8,400 4 door
auto/cruise ABS 6 cyl,
AM/FM CD/cass, A/C,
cruise, airbags, pwr
locks & winnows 813-
KIA 2005 Spectra Cruise
tilt, CD, keyless entry
24-32mpg, airbags, pow-
er, tach, 60-40 split.
LEXUS 1993 SC400 Coupe
one owner, new tires,
new brakes, green with
tan leather, 141K, good
cond. $6,900 727-639-
LEXUS 2004 LS430, wh/
tan Ithr, nav, satellite,
chrome whls, new tires
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LEXUS 2004 ES330 NISSAN 1991 300 ZX
8.500 miles 4 door(s) TURBO. 98K mi, 2
fully loaded, auto door(s) 5-Spd trans, 6
transmission, 6 cylin- cyl, 2WD CD, Ithr int.,
ders, leather, moon pwr win. 420HP. Eng
roof, gargage kept. has 38000m, body kit,
Like new/showroom 18" chrome rims.
condition. $29,500 V/FAST! 813-453-4443
PONTIAC 1967 Firebird
LEXUS 2006 IS250, Only sm block Chevy 356
6Kmi. Navi, rear camera hydro, many new parts,
dl shift, 18" wheels. $4500 obo. Serious mnqui-
34,500 obo. 813-831- ries only. Don 493-4933
4681 or 352-812-8181
LINCOLN 1985 Towncar, PONTIAC 1999 Gran Prix
1,NC000obo. 1994 Honda, GT 2dr, AM-FM CD, all
$3l,000obo. 19904 Hondarysler', power, ABS, many
3000. 1990 Chrysler more 93k $6,000 813-
500. Food wagon, 754-2120
$4,000. 813-763-2918 754-2120
MAZDA 2001 626 ES V6 PORCHE 1997 911 TARGA,
fully loaded, Ithr, sunrf' 38,250 miles, White w/
Bose alloy whls,, runs Dove Grey ti$tronic.
great, clean in/out, $39.9T9
$5850.813-431-6217 Call 813-453-4995
MERCEDES 1984 380SL PORSCHE 1969 912 S73RS
champagne, converti- Body, very, very nice,
ble auto AC excellent many new parts, $6800.
condition $5200 St. Pete, Evenings
MERCEDES 1996 S320 6- PORSCHE 1985 911
disc CD changer, black 70,000 mi, 2 door(s) 5-
on gray leather, good Speed transmission
condition, $10 000ooo. WPOAB091XFS121321 6
813-789-1874 cylinders, 2WD AM/FM
radio, A/C alarm, alloy
MERCEDES 2001 ML320, wheels, bucket seating,
fully loaded, AM/FM/CD CD, cruise, leather inf.,
power seat w/memory pwr locks, pwr seats,
side air bag, beautiful pwr windows, rear win
SUV, 85K mi, Asking defrost sunroof Red
$16,00 813-416-8740 Carrer/blk intwhale
MECEDES 002 LK 430 tail Garage kept, dealer
MERCEDES 2002 CLK 430 maintained, weekend
Cabriolet, silver, driver. Kenwood Stereo,
showroom new BBS rims, viper alarm.
8700 miles$34,90. Have original rims.
Call 813-727-0266 $22,000 (813)601-7269
MERCEDES 2003 S600 PORSCHE 1986 911,
AMG port e packages wide body, red w/black
phone, navigation, 8 eah. CD, 145k mi,5
actory warranty' spd, exc cond. Must
AC/heated seats wood see! $17,900 obo
steering, every option #1671135.* 13-690-7901
avail. Pristine cond! The / =-
best of the best! Only 2Iick&Buy
MERCEDES 2003 E320 PORSCHE 1992 Carrera 2,
Sport, showroom new 1 3.6 eng., 5spd, 102K mi.,
owner N/S loaded, 26k, steel gray on gray, pwr
white w/charcoal. New opts sunroof exc cond.
17" low pro tires $25,000. 727-812-9288
w/mags. Ful fac warr,
$34,900.727-593-1195. PORSCHE 2000 BOXSTER,
MERCEDES Benz 2001 auto with tiptronic, na-
S500 4 dr, blk, dark ray vy with tan leather, 22K
thr int, loaed, miles great condition,
I okeaded, d $22,060. 941-830-1888
non smokers, ga $22,0.941-830-1888
$41,000.813-340--878u PORSCHE 2005 Cayenne
MERCEDES E320 less S V8, 340hp, perfect
than 26k, formatic, sil- cond, 13K ml, loaded,
ver, Offered @ $26,950 74K new Asking
Far below KBB priv. $53,500941-320-6115
Prty price 813-789-2287 (y
TOYOTA 2001 AVALON,
MERCURY 1996 TRACER, 66K m., exc. cond., fully
4dr, 4cyl, white, blue in- loaded, leather seats
terror 60K miles A/C, arage kept. $12,950.
PW 'PDL $3B200 727" Call 813-810-3275
538-0680/(727)744-3274 YOTA 2002 Cam
TOYOTA 2002 Camry
MERCURY 1997 Cougar 1 4 door, V6 w/82K miles.
owner, 70000 miles, Excellent shape $10,500
$3,800. 813-892-0744 or Best Reasonable
MERCURY 1999 MystiqueOffer.813-251-0191
LS 72K mi, a, auto, Ithr TOYOTA 2003 Celica, 27k
10-disc changer, perfect mi, 5 spd, AM/FM/CD/
running cond. $3200 cass, PW/PL, cruise,
FIRM 813-849-3835 tinted alloys, sunrf.
MERCURY 2001 Sable LS, $15,250 813-964-0415
33K mh 24V DOHC, TOYOTA 2005 Camry LE
gold, all Ithr gar kelt white/grey int, 16K mi,
riven to church onay. uto ac mmaiculate
$9500 obo 352-684-4428 $17,600 h13-671-3225
1992 Diamante, T am
Full loaded, runs great, TOYOTA 2005 Camry
146k miles, $2300 obo 11500 miles, 5 sp,AC,
813-312;2147 PW PL & Crs, CD. Sel
for balance owed.
NISSAN 1984 300ZX, 813-786-5423
needs work. TOYOTA 2005 Prius Hy-
$800 obo brid, 6800 mi, 4 dr, 60
Don 493-4933 mpg/city, 50mpg/hwy.
7yr 100,000mi warr.
NISSAN 1990 300ZX, au- $26,500 13-727-4888
to, cold A/C, new trans.,
brakes & tires, red, VW 2001 BEETLE, 4 cyl, 5
AM/FM/6 cd chanor spd, 1.8L turbo charged
$4200 obo 813-654-7220 Green w/ graphics,73K
mi. $8 700
NISSAN 1996 Maxima SE. Call (13)886-5709
91k, auto, air, leather,
absolutely fully loaded, Sell it today.
very clean. 500. 7
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