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The courier
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Title: The courier
Uniform Title: Courier (Plant City, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Sunbelt Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Plant City Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 2006
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    Main: Around Town
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    Main: Opinion
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    Main: Family Living
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    Main: Worship
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Memories Of
James L. Rednm

Here' what someI
had to sa\ about thi
ing of lames L. Redim

"He u'as tih definite
a statesman. He will
missed iy flit c-ire c
set Iued as a role mode
inllegi /'y tInd Cutniillt
to selfless service. He'
inoii'ed in a great mn
things publicly, but p
doi' t kino' of the mia
things he did privately
helping people ourt i'
they neededd it He Iua
tremendous Infliienc
mty life "
Mayor lohn

"Tlhere s nobody inl
Ci n' who loi'td liis to
moire illai jimm1 Rec
I wias just so glad lie I
see Its' Oipt'iI tl i'eil,
(1li10,h011 ,OOtt, Iit th
hospital which wasis n
fi/' him, alid his wife,

public icolk lie did, 1i
ialso did id 0 ,:,1 'F 'ii ,i

I/tok _ll i p/'v't dibOti l.l
lik,, hi LIp im .yo tIll. ipc
.ii t,:, Lolh e He cu li
lilnltni. And ll11o matt
bad he lie i.r i'asi hl I

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Ho-ispiral Foundatir n
biard of diret'toi'.1 H
P.ii, l. tI IO l_ ,,

tlboliOt hie ho.pltral of
foingitr hardest foi it ti

ludy Martin, exe
director of the
Florida Baptist Ho

Jiun Ims been a ih
frneid of mine from c
ail ditllft'ie organii
in ilie coming tniil.. I
liti anid both enrie
admired lim frin his
tilin. H- could do a11111
I (.ailed him 'imIniy
aih'avs called me
Badeh. '"
D.E. Bailey, teach

'Jima u'as a pe
frendel from high scho
he was a man ofstron
Victionts on tU'hat I'as
and wrong. He had a
dog determination foi
t'-as right aid was ant
care for the underdo
young and old. and
voice for those u'who co
speak for thermselv'e
deeply loied people."
Rev. Elvin Hall, I

"I can tell you one
about ]iim Redman wi.
lie didn 't budge
principal beliefs he
core set of iallues ai
belief system touched
of people growing up I
stand by your thalies. I
he had a great imp(
me. A.nd I knou, that
will conttinue for
years to come becau
passed it on to many I'
in our community. Hi
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GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Attorney James L. Redman could be seen for many years climbing the stairs in the early morning
hours to reach his Collins Street office.

A Fighter To The End

and he Of all the things Jim s knew, there is nothing in the
'A\ lr. Redman was, and there were Bible that says someone who
enough to fill volumes, his has passed into the spiritual
er and most obvious trait was his world would be witness to the
friend tenacity to keep on living. lives of those they left behind.
Burdened with a deadly ; "- He wanted to be with his
rsonal cancer that he was diagnosed i family, to share their lives for
ol and with more than 28 years ago, .. as long as he was able.
g con Mr. Redman refused to give j ,/" At first he set his sights on
s eight up. In spite of the ravages of A seeing his daughters graduate
a bull- disease and the treatments from high school and college.
r what needed to combat his cancer, Then he wanted to share the
aihlo- regardless of the odds, the GEORGE H. joys of being a grandparent.
)g. the man forced himself to carry NEWMAN Mr. Redman often took the
was a on. Finally, and in so many time from his career of
iuldn't ways unfortunately, at age 74, ." practicing law to watch his
s. He his body could no longer thing they could muster. For grandchildren in their own
withstand the battle. years Mr. Redman underwent march through life.
friend He's at peace now. He died a variety of experimental The family planned birth-
the way he wanted to. He was chemotherapies that kept the day parties with his participa-
thing at home with his family by his cancer at bay. But, as is often tion in mind. They took trips
as that side. You can be sure that he the case, the chemo comes together so he could share the
his didn't want to go. But it was with a price. experience with all obf them.
had a certainly his time. The symptoms of the cure He watched his grandchildren
id his Much of my relationship ,can often seem as vicious as participate in school activi-
Sa lot with Mr. Redman was spent the disease itself. ties, from concerts to football
here to talking with him about Mr. Redman was always a games.
Know politics, local events, changes religious man. His faith in He got his wish. His prayers
act on that have occurred in his ,God was solid and unwaver- have been answered. But,
legacy beloved home town, and, irig. Knowing the ultimate more telling, he and Ruby
iany most importantly, his will to .goal of God-lovingpeople is lean made it happen. He
ise he live. to take that ultimate step to never gave up on the joy of
people Mr. Redman had a rare be.with.theirfmaker,1once lii~ng. Even in the end, he was
e is an form of multiple myeloma. asked Mr. Redmanwhy he undefeated in his quest to be,
The cancer he had normally fought so hard to continue on on this earth with the ones he
sioner only affects young children. this earth. It was obvious to all loved.
k Lott .Knowing the disease was fatal, who knew him that the
he and his wife, Ruby Jean, struggle to continue was an
quickly decided the best thing exhausting effort. George H. Newman is a
to do was fight it with every- He told me that, as far as he reporter for The Courier.
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'Inn is definitely a Plant
City icon. Like inany people
in the colnmmlnity. Jim and
I go u'ay back. He uwas my
Sunday school teacher at
First Baptist u'hen I w'as in
high school. I certainly
looked up to him For l\eas
lie u'orked as my family
attorney. If vou didn't wrant
to know' something, you
had better not ask Jim He
ii'ould tell ou e.actrh u hat
lihe thought without hiesira-
rion. Jim helped make the
Strai'lbeny Festial what it
is today."
Mike Sparkman, former
city commissioner and

"'Jim was like a brother to
me. He was a iole model for
me. daring ack to t[lie days
i'lhen I succeeded himin as
center., on ilie higli cliool
football team ]inm uwas d
0n011Of't of i-Olg Ctlfa'aci
/i'o tis ilu 'e'at'hileiica [ 1to
to tate Ia flouigilfirl
position. I i'as foi'rtlitili to
shlaiun an iniiipriaOit poit o
nn' lilt' .tith .- 'tic nil ,~tit-
Stliibdiv? m ailn[ lit ifi iS nei
of lit teni' i r iite t'ratt u'to
iefus'edt to llo//' /obb''sia I s a
la.1 a at:. his it i0 itllt'nii the

l' ordn's ultiier uid hefT rile

/e lioI-IIo hi/I'p ic i TI'd
ne'aii' ari l#' t i _i t .iilit .ould
c iop litiil .-tle t ol liii- a ll
li: I hotel r fir n i t hecr. 1(ic

Maistoke tilti. an I /a)td
ri.'O ill hfile mo li Emil" i
gal' 1 hi.1 111 el? C i it 1 itiJtl
'I oiLt'Ia that miintal had
cost. That e'lt ind i.% lihti
F,'edicai." I
Robert Trinkie, law
partner and friend

"Jinil i'as i mle't friend
W wordss cantlie di et'rihe
'hat lie tieaitt 1o life. HThis
cominaiuitv i.s goibir to miss
li im."
Bill Parolini, friend

"I hod the piidricgde of
doing somie Ibitorapliical

last ieat aold i as w asinazed
ba What the man has done.
(T'he Plant Cin' Photo
Archhies garit-'e Redinaii its
Heritage Aiward in 2005..
Looking at his credentials
Iimade tt i oider wasa thel-
anyithing this lman didn't
do. I don't think lie ever rook
a day offin his life. He ias a
man of great character and
lie was a true leader and
statesman and sltubbolni as
a inmule, which sometimes
this touw needed, and his
integrity ran deep. A fien
years ago, le was gir-ing out
an award and said hejudges
a man by hou' hlie treats his
parents, his children and
his God. But I think the
same could be said of him."
Ed Verner, president,
Plant City Photo Archives

"Jim u.as a chip off the
old block. He was lust like
his AMon. He stood up for
ichat lie believed in and
u'ould stand alone and
inake ino apologies, ei.,en if
the whole room went the
other uiay."
Betty Barker Watkins,
former city commissioner
and family friend

See MEMORIES, Page 4


Continued From Page 3
"He was just such an icon in our community and one
of the bravest men I have ever met. We all knew this was
coming, but because of his bravery and courage it just
seems like it's not really real. He was an honest and
caring person and cared so much about this community
and embraced it as part of his family. That's why the
impact of his passing will be so huge. I always had great
respect for his positions. He was a mentor to me."
Marsha Passmore,
former city commissioner
'7im was one of God's miracles. He was a strong
moral Christian who loved God, his family, church,
community and country. He was a true friend, kind
and understanding. His mother was his inspiration
and he took care of her. When he was given six months
to live, 28 years ago, she told him 'Don't give up the
Lord is savingyou for a reason.
Violet Massey, friend and law office employee

"Mr. Redman was one of the most godly and wise
men I knew. If you were about to make a mistake, he
would tell you. I was dating a Plant City girl and
getting ready to go off to school in Alabama, and he
told me I was making a mistake, I shouldn't let Kathy
slip out of my hands. He was right. I came back to
Plant City and married her."
Keith Cribbs, family friend
"I've always known who Jim Redman was and that he
was a strong leader. He has left Plant City a strong
legacy for future generations to follow."
Shelby Bender, president, East Hillsborough
Historical Society
"He was a wonderful man. I used to work for the law
firm of Trinkle and Redman in late 1970s and I learned
a lot there. He was definitely a man of great integrity.
Everyone knew him and he was very well thought of. I
think we will see in coming days what he meant to Plant
Linda Lawson, United Food Bank of Plant City
"He was a wonderful person who was very commu-
nity oriented and was always a big encouragement to
me in helping the people of Plant City. I think his
legacy is that he helped others. He was a big people
person and he enjoyed helping others and was so down
to earth. You would meet him once and it was as if you
had known him forever."
Joyce Jordan, Unity in the Community Plant City

"I have known him for many years and he was always
encouraging to me in my ministry. He was someone that
everyone appreciated and he represented us well in Tal-
lahassee. He was for Plant City and the good of our
The Rev. Norm Blanton, founder
of Somebody Cares Plant City
"As Plant City mourns the death of Jimmy Redman
our greatest tribute to his life would be to take a lesson
from his life; a man for goodness which, although silent,
could not be hushed. Above all of his accomplishments
he will be remembered most as a man of character. A
godly man of conscience he came to us most often, like
heaven-sent rain on the soul, as a gentle reminder of
what we ought to be."
Jerry Lofstrom, owner of the Whistle Stop Cafe

Photos courtesy of Plant City Photo Archives
In his youth,James L. Redman played basketball, baseball and football, lettering in all three. One football
game stands out in particular for Redman's lifelong friend and classmate, Bill Parolini. "He gave me the
hardest lick of my entire life. It lifted me off the ground, put me on my back. I wasn't sure if I was ever
going to get up."

Continued From Page 1
bone cancer in 1978, Redman fought the disease
with the same tenacity, and humor, Martin
"I often heard him joke that he had outlived the
doctors who told him he had only six months to
Most commonly seen in children, or young
adults, multiple myeloma is normally fatal within
five or 10 years. Doctors treating Redman told him
and members of his family he was by far the long-
est-surviving person who has ever contracted the
From the beginning, due to the unusual nature
of the cancer, Redman was treated with experi-
mental drugs. -
"There was no history of treatment for my
cancer in an adult," Redman said two years ago.
"The doctors treating me made cocktails of che-
motherapy and adjusted the contents to suit my
body's reactions to the drugs."
In spite of his continued discomfort, Redman
continued to work out of his law offices downtown
at the firm of Trinkle, Redman, Swanson and
"For a lot of people in this community he was an
example of what a man should be," said Rick Lott,
a city commissioner and businessman who grew
up knowing the Redman family. "You could call
any leader in this community and they would tell
you he was an example for them of what a Chris-
tian man and family man should be. You couldn't
ask for a finer man than Jim Redman."
A revered community leader, Redman served on
the boards of numerous community groups,
including the Florida Strawberry Festival.
He was also a deacon at First Baptist Church of

A former Plant City Citizen of the Year, James
Redman was also a deacon and Sunday school
teacher at the First Baptist Church of Plant City.
Plant City and had a major roadway leading into
Plant City named in his honor, the James L. Red-
man Parkway.
But beyond his public accomplishments, there
were also many private acts of generosity that only
a few ever heard about, Martin said. "He helped
young people go to college and was always helping
out people privately.
"It's kind of the end of an era," Martin said.
"Every time I walked into his office, no matter how
much he was hurting or how bad he felt, he would
always get up. He was a gentleman."
Redman is survived by his wife, Ruby Jean, three
daughters, Susan, Pam and Jeane, and nine grand-
James Redman's funeral is planned for May 25 at
10 a.m. at First Baptist Church of Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St.


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MAY 25, 2006 THE COURIER 5

Blood drives
Florida Blood Services Plant City blood-
mobiles will be at the following locations in
Plant City this week:
May 25: TECO Energy Plant City
Business Office, 405.Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. St., 10 a.m. to noon.
May 26: Lowe's Home Improvement,
2801 Jim Redman Parkway, noon to 6 p.m.

UDC installs officers
The Plant City No. 1931 Chapter of the
United Daughters of the Confederacy will
install its new officers May 27 at 10 a.m. at
the 1914 Plant City High School, 605 N.
Collins St.
Call: Carole, 759-0078.

Christ in the Passover
Stan Telchin of "Jews for Jesus" will
answer questions about Passover, the Last
Supper, May 28 at 7 p.m. at Knights Baptist
Church, 4809 Paul Buchman Highway.
Call: 752-4972.

Memorial Day Service
A Memorial Day service is set May 29 at
11 a.m. at the American Legion. 2207 W.
Baker St.
Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-

Children's Theatre
The Plant City Children's Theatre, 507 N.
Wheeler St., plans a performance of "Alad-
din" Mondays from 7 to 8 p.m. through
August. Admission is free. Children wishing
to perform in the play can sign up for $45.,
Call: 752-1621 or 752-1683.

Free blood pressure checks
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N.
Alexander St., is offering free blood pres-
sure checks in the hospital's community
resource center May 30 from 1 to 3 p.m. No
appointment is necessary. Call: 754-4444.

Library sets puppet show
The Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St., will offer the water safety
puppet show, "Waggle Wants to Swim,"
May 31 at 10:30 a.m. for ages 3 to 6. Regis-
tration required. Information: 757-9215 or

Water safety program
The Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St., will offer a water safety pro-
gram for ages 6 to 12 "Whale Tales" May
31 at 2:30 p.m. Registration required.
Information: 757-9215 or www.hcplc.org.

Yard sale
A church yard sale is planned June 2-3
starting at 8 a.m. at the First Baptist Church
Singles Building, 103 E. Baker St. The sale
benefits an upcoming mission trip to
Poland. Call: 752-4104.

Bike Fest
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce will host its Bike Fest the first June 3
from 5 to 9 p.m. in and around McCall Park,.
100 N. Collins St.
Information: 754-3707,
info@plantcity.org or www.plantcit-

Gospel sing
Church of God of Prophecy, 11607 Gro-
vewood in Thonotosassa, will present a
gospel sing featuring the Gospel Echoes,
The Spiritual Servants and others June 3 at
7 p.m. A freewill offering will be taken and
refreshments available.
Call: Dee Pitts, 752-2778.

'Arctic Edge' vacation Bible school
"Arctic Edge" Vacation Bible school
will take place June 4-9 from 6 to 9 p.m. at
NoQrthsidce Baptist Church,.l7QQ N..Frank-.


Pick of the Week


home picnic
The mother and
wife of Ryan
Matthew Gilbertsen,
who is serving in
and friends to
i'^ ;ia lf ^^LL^Iraq, invite family
welcome him home
for two weeks at a
S .. welcome home
picnic June 3 at 11:30
a.m. at Medard Park,
5726 Panther Loop.
Bring a dish and
stop by to support
him. Call: 659-0981.

Photo courtesy of Gilbertsen family

lin St. for kindergarten through 12th grade.
Call: 752-2779.
"Arctic Edge" Vacation Bible School
will take place June 4 through 8 from 6 to 9
p.m. at Shiloh Baptist Church, 905 Terrace
Drive. Free for children ages 3 through
eighth grade. Call: 752-8345.

Bethel sets vacation Bible school
Bethel Missionary Baptist Church plans
its annual vacation Bible school June 5-9
from 5:45 to 7:45 p.m. with the theme,
"The Jesus Family Reunion."
There will be various activities, includ-
ing Bible study, arts and crafts, music,
recreation and snack time. Transportation
will be provided.
Call: 754-2239.

Vacation Bible school at Cork
Gospel Light, "Son" Treasure Island, is
the theme for this year's vacation Bible
school June 5-9 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at
Cork United Methodist Church, 4815 W.
Sam Allen Road. A snack supper will be
provided each night. Call: 754-3233.

Friday night gospel sing
Mount Zion Assembly of God, 3005 Tho-
notosassa Road, plans a Friday night gospel
Sing June 9 at 7 p.m., featuring Never Fade
Bluegrass Gospel Band. Donations will be
sent to the Real Life Children's Ranch in
Call: 752-1614.

Summer reading program
Thonotosassa Branch Library, 10715
Main St. in Thonotosassa, offers the
summer reading program, "Book Feast,"
for grades kindergarten through fifth
Betty Spaghetti, June 13 at 10 a.m.
Denise Hall serves up a feast of music,

can read for every type of appetite and
Let's Party!, June 14 at 10 a.m. Gather
around and let the fun begin with stories,
music, games and activities.
Fritzy Brothers One-Man Circus, June
20 at 10 a.m. Steve Lombardo juggles and
rides a unicycle.
Garden Party, June 21 at 10 a.m. Plant
the seed of summer with books and games.
Wonders of Nature, June 27 at 10 a.m.
Matt Edmonds presents artifacts, birds,
mammals and reptiles in his conservation
Going to the Game, June 28 at 10 a.m.
Go on a journey through the wide world of
Call: 987-6215.

Soccer tryouts
The Plant City Lancers will conduct
soccer tryouts for boys ages 8 to 18 and girls
ages 8 to 11 June 17 at 9 a.m. and June 18 at
1:30 p.m. at the Otis Andrews Complex,
2402-2602 E. Cherry St.
Call: Chris, 299-2449.

Talent night benefits Cornerstone
The Plant City Cornerstone Center, 315
N. Collins St., will present A Night of Talent
June 23 at 6:30 featuring statewide enter:
The show will feature vocalist trio the
Beach Combers, pianist Trevor Falls,
Royance Burt from Southern Star Bluegrass
and more. The grand finale will feature
dancers from the Plant City Theatre of Arts.
There will be refreshments and a silent auc-
The event will help in the restoration of
the former First Baptist Church, now
named Plant City Corherstone Center.
Admission is $15 at the door. Call: 752-9225

PCHS Class of 1955
The Plant City High
School -Class of 1955 meets
the third Tuesday of each
month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's
Market Restaurant, 1401 W.
Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd.

Fishing seminar
Bill Heard Chevrolet and
Harolds Outdoors Inc. hold a
fishing seminar with refresh-
ments and prizes on the third
tuesday of every month from
6:45 to 8:45p.m. at the car
dealer at 2002 N. Frontage
Call: 752-5123.

Network Professionals
Network Professionals of
Plant City Inc. meets at 11:45
a.m. Thursday at City Grill,
1701 S. Alexander St.
Call: Michael Gottesman:

Rotary Daybreak Club
The Rotary Daybreak Club
meets Mondays at 7 a.m. at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St.
Call: 917-1299.

The Plant City Kiwanis
Club meets Wednesdays at
noon at the Ramada Inn, 2011
N. Wheeler St.
Call: Ken Gibbs, 752-6171.

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club
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 mem-
bers, $7 for nonmembers.
Call: 752-9277 or 759-

Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan
Club meets the first and
third Thursday of every
month at 6:45 a.m. at the
Orange Blossom Tea Room,
106 S. Evers St.
Call: Ann Churchwell,

Al-Anon meeting
Hope Al-Anon meets
Monday at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Clement Catholic Church,
1104 N. Alexander St., Room

Call: 752-5316.

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 Associ-
ation'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 Crowell, 752-

PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High
School Class of 1951 meets
the second Tuesday of the
month at the Ramada Inn.

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need to follow

our laws
Re: "Why we are protesting,"
letter to the editor, Guadalupe
Lamas, May 5 issue.
I believe that she misunder-
stands American feelings about
It is only those who are here
illegally that we protest
because they are breaking the
laws of this country. If they are
excused, it sends a message to
our youth and others that it is
OK to break the law; just
protest and all will be forgiven.
We do not think "Mexican" is
a dirty word.
I am not saying they should
be classified as felons, but
certainly they are criminals
because they are breaking laws.
Yes, they pay taxes when
they buy merchandise, but that
is minimal to what is spent on
them for health care, etc.
A great amount of their
earnings, we understand, is

sent to families still living in
Mexico and other Latin
American countries, so that
doesn't help our economy. It is
strange that before we had so

many illegals the fru
vegetables still got to
America does prea
practice freedom an
but there is also a res
ity to being a legal ci
of which is learning e
English to function i
country. It seems to
that there is little or:
learn English, even t
of having our school
their language.
Why don't they pr
vigorously about livi
tions in their own co
their laws need chan
them march there.
Immigrants come
because they like ou
Why then don't they
under our laws inste
trying to change the
their mode of living?
This country was b
immigrants and con
thrive with legal imn


'sermons,' kids

market and need help now
ach and When I read George L.
d equality, Henson's "sermon" "Keep-
sponsibil- ing faith in Jesus," May 18 I
tizen, part couldn't help but shake my
enough head.
n this Now Henson is attempting
many of us to save Plant City from the
no effort to Church of Scientology.
o the point I have no desire to become a
s teach in Scientologist, but I admire
Scientologists for having the
courage to speak up for the
otest as "mentally ill" children who are
ng condi- being abused by medical
)untries? If doctors.
Lging, let All across America, millions
of children, some of them as
here young as 2, are being diag-
re nosed as having a "behavioral
r country. disorder." Such children are
live here then prescribed addictive
ad of drugs that cause hallucina-
law to suit tions, paranoia and suicide.
Thank God Tom Cruise and
uilt by other Scientologists are letting
built by the public know just how evil
tinues to medical doctors can be.
When I was a child, one of
L. Johnson the first songs I learned in
Plant City Sunday school was "Jesus

Loves The Little Children."
But many so:-called Christians
show no desire to improve the
lives of America's children.
"Not everyone who says to
Me 'Lord, Lord,' shall enter the
kingdom of heaven, but he
who does the will of My Father
in heaven," Matthew 7:21.
Debra Renee Moore
Plant City


rebuts letter
I've been in Scientology
more than 30 years and I also
worked in the church for five
years and I can wholeheart-
edly tell you Craig Robart's
account of what the church
does "Former Scientologist
speaks out," May 18 is
completely unfounded; any
organization that behaves as
he describes would be defunct
in short order.
The truth is the Church of
Scientology is growing at a
phenomenal rate because it
does actually help people lead
happier lives.
James Victor


Name Of The Game: Preparation

One of the most pervasive and damaging myths in
modern society is the belief in perpetual eco-
nomic growth. Like the perpetual-motion
machine, perpetual economic growth is an

This notion is particularly
difficult to dislodge from the
American mind because eco-
nomic growth has been part of
our lives. We've seen it with our
own eyes. Of course, part of
what we've seen is an illusion of
growth created by gradual
devaluation of the currency and
statistical games played by the

But nevertheless, there has
been real- economic growth,
and it has been powered by
cheap fossil-fuel energy.
"Cheap" is the operative word
here. Subtract cheap fossil-fuel
energy, and the life we know
will be altered drastically per-
haps, if we don't prepare for it,

For 99 percent of the time
man has been on Earth, he has
had to rely on human and
animal energy, with some assis-
tance from water and wind. The
bulk of civilization was built
with human labor, which is why
slavery came into existence and
lasted so long. When the planet
was thinly populated, human
labor was a valuable resource
and became part of the booty in
war. Right now, the planet is


overpopulated, and there is a
surplus of labor.
But our cheap fossil-fuel
energy is on the verge of run-
ning out. According to essayist
,Wendell Berry, 99 percent of the
oil burned has been burned in
the lifetime of people still living.
Something that took nature
thousands of years to create is
being consumed in decades. Oil
production in the lower 48 of
the United States peaked in
1970. It will begin to peak in
various foreign countries in the
not-so-distant future. At the
same time, more and more
nations are attempting to

industrialize. Hence, competi-
tion for the dwindling supply
will increase. At best, that will
bid the price up, and at worst
cause oil wars.
How did the notion that 6
billion people couldn't deplete
Earth's resources ever get
started in the first place? The
constants in human nature
throughout history have been
selfishness, greed and a willing-
ness to sacrifice the future for
short-term gain. That's exactly
what we are doing by laying a
trillion dollars' worth of debt on
our posterity.
Another concept we need to
understand is the difference
between ephemeral or tempo-
rary value and permanent
value. The permanent value of a
house is the land on which is
built and the labor and materi-
als used to build it. The market
value is temporary and ghost.
value. It does not even really
exist until the moment the
house is sold. It is based on
what people are willing to pay
and on what the owner is will-
ing to sell for. That can fluctu-
In the late 1920s, Florida land
that sold for $6,000 an acre
almost overnight couldn't be
sold for $2 an acre. People who
lived through the Great Depres-
sion can tell you a lot about the
myth of perpetual growth. That
wasn't the first economic

upheaval, and it won't be the
Energy represents a tempo-
rary value. Until it's used, it has
no value, but to use it is to
destroy it. Military expenditures
represent yet another ghostly
and temporary value. A bomb
has no value at all until it is
used, but is used to .destroy
human life and "human
property, and destroys itself in
the process. War is always a net
subtraction of human wealth.
Paper is another imperma-
nent value. If you think the
paper your shares of stock are
printed on has any permanent
value, ask the people at Enron,
who one day were well off and
the next day were flat broke.
We just need to start thinking
about the post-cheap-energy
era. If your house, for example,
is 25 miles from work, what will
happen to its market price if
gasoline is $6 a gallon? What
will happen to public education
if cheap energy becomes a thing
of the past, as it surely will? Can
we then afford to power the
buses and the air conditioners
and the lighting?
I don't mean to sound alarm-
ist, but the Boy Scouts are right
about being prepared.

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P.O. Box 2446, Orlando FL


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Garrett, Bearden
awarded degrees
The following local students
were recognized during Saint
Leo University's commence-
ment ceremonies May 6:
Jennifer Garrett of Plant
City was awarded a degree in
social work.
Lauren Bearden of Plant
City was awarded an MBA in
business administration.

Turkey Creek Middle School
The following pupils were
named to the principal's
honor roll for the third nine-
week grading period at Turkey
Creek Middle School.
Sixth grade: Nichole Adams,
Quentin Albritton, Riley
Andreu, Jacob Brumbeloe,
Andrea Butts, Marlene Cat-
alan, Cirenio Cervantes,
Shaylyn Corgan, Zachary
Dean, Christine Dion, Mari-
ssa Evans, Julio Fernandez,
Luis Fernandez, Abigail Gal-
loway, Ricardo Garcia, Emily
Godheim, Yasmin Goodley,
Salustia Guillermo, Brooke
Harper, Bailey Harrell, Zac-
hary Harvey, Christian Her-
nandez, Gabriela ijon, Shane
Jones, Lucero Manzano,
Angel Martinez, Asriel
Massey, Charles McBurney,
Marcy McFarland, Taylor
Mew, Nichole Mosher, Asia

Nelson, Tyler Price, Derick
Rainey, Jessy Register, Lili-
ana Reyes, Tiffani Richard-
son, Edna Ruiz, Rigoberto
Santiago, Brianna Smith,
Bronsyn Speakman, Alexan-
dra Sweat, Crystal Taylor,
Alma Vega, Juan Vega,
Melissa Williams, Steven Wil-
liamson, Julia Woster.
Seventh grade: Julia
Woster, Robert Browning,
Brittany Coleman, Tzana
Collas, Cameron Cook, Tyler
davis, Erin Gray, Kellie John-
son, Raven Leverett, Zachary
Lloyd, Michael Massimei,
Katlyn Messick, Calli Jo
Parker, Bethnay Parks, Ken-
dall Peters, Seth Poppell,
Andrew Randolph, Garrett
Roberts, Tori Shepherd,
Kaleb Sistrunk, Courtney
Sloan, Valery Toro, Estivaliz
Trevino, Clayton Varnum,
Catherine Warner, William
Eighth grade: John Carlisle,
Diego Dimsdale, Taylor Flu-
merfelt, Sarah Godheim, Jon-
athan Hall, Somer Harvey,
Brittany Harwell, Erika Kola-
kowski, Kathleen Lewelling,
Raisa Lozano, Daneil Massey,
Thomas McGaha, Shawn
Mosher, Valentina Ortiz,
Brittany Simmons, Etienne

Tomlin Middle School
The following students were
named to the principal's
honor roll for the third nine-
week grading period at Tomlin
Middle School:
Sixth grade: Isis Ash, Erika
Bautista, Jordan Bean, Jay-
lesa Bentley, Amy Booher,
Laura Booher, Brittany
Butler, Caitlyn Carty, Kiersta
Castagno, Kayla Consolver,
Christina Corzine, Kathryn
Crooks, Harley Davidson,
Megan Davis, Thomas Davis,
Tory Davis, Andrew Delph,
Brittany Diaz, Cassidy Dick-
son, Katarina Eberhard,
Cecelia Fussell, Brandon
Gabenski, Miriam Garcia,
Morgan Gmytruk, Ruben
Godinez, Kyle Griffin, Shayna
Harmon, Jordan Harrell,
Brandon Hastings, Misael
Hernandez, Connor Hurst,
Kelsey Jensen, William Keel,
Addison Killebrew, Jenna
Kirk, Alanah Kovacs, Trent
Lott, Courtney Lynch,
Jushang Miao, Nicolas Miller,
Gabriela Molleda, Raegen
Norman, Nicholas Oquendo,
Jonathan O'Toole, Haley
Ours, Tyler Packanik, Nicole
Parmley, Umarin Patama-
sank, Arti Patel, Deepal Patel,
Parthik Patel, Roshni Patel,
Clayton Patton, Aaron Payne,
Stacia Peace, Margaret Peter-
son, Tyler Peterson, Kaley

Reilly, Wayne Roberts, Joseph
Salvato, Johnny Stephens,
Hannah Storie, Victoria Stro-
pagel, Michael Sykes, Amy
Taylor, Allison Thomas,
Christian Vela, Khalifa White,
Khalifa White, Jessica Wicker,
Courtney Williams, Stacy
Williams, Dakota William-
son, Rachel Wilson.
Seventh grade: EstelaAntu-
nez, Leemarie Bocanegra,
Nicholas Bryce, Darian Byrd,
Jennifer Chen, Analise
Coffee, Chelsea Fordham,
Allison Goodrich, Chelsea
Hanks, Alixandra Hooker,
Lauren Morris, Deshek Patel,
Etee Patel, Hiteshi Patel,
Gisele Robello, Lauren Shelb,
Christopher Segale, Matthew
Singletary, Marcus Svensson,
Kathlyn Vu, Benjamin Willis,
Brittany Wrenn.
Eighth grade: Marissa
Aloyo, Briana Corzine,
Haylee Dietrich, Alison Frier-
son, Cindy Her, Laura Hunt,
Kyle Joiner, Anna Lara,
Ericka Medina, Ashlyn Rob-
inson, Ashley Singh, Rebecca
Sperry, India Terr, Dustin
Vela, Samantha White.

J.S. Robinson honor roll
The following pupils were
named to the principal's
honor roll for the third nine-
week grading period at J.S.

Robinson Elementary School:
Kindergarten: Tate What-
ley, Christian Bryar, Carlos
Esparza, Krista-Elida garcia,
Harley Jameson, Logan Ram-
irez, Macie Donaldson, Brit-
tany Henderson, Brynna
McFarland, Sara Richwine,
Ashley Thompson.
First grade: JeseniaAguirre,
Brett Boswell, Lexie Brunk,
Daniel Conrad, Johnathan
Cortes, Juliann Fults, Alicia
Gandarilla, Alexander Rodri-
guez, Leslie Rodriguez, Alexis
Esparza, Michael Harris,
Kevin jurgens, Karen Man-
zano, Alexa Martinez, Ashlyn
Miller, Ashley Patel, Mallory
Vieu, John Watson, Gwen
Second grade: Judith Anto-
nio-Cruz, Leslie Alvarez,
Ryan Boyd, Chelbi DeLones,
Mavric Griffin, Kelsi Guy,
Dylan Lanier, Marysol Luna,
Ciara McCloy, Jonathan
Rowell, Aidan McFarland,
Travis Riley, Tristan Sim-
mons, Wesley Tanner, Blaise
Watkins, Kaylynn Wilkerson.
Third grade: Sam Coleman,
Kayla Lewis, Cristian Marti-
nez, Sarah Montgomery,
Edgar Sandoval Emily Hol-
land, Chaun Simmons,
Taylor Smith, Meagan Hol-
land, Abigail Ponce, Nataly

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A Taste Of Home For Troops


I'd like to share part of a
letter from a Jason Coad, who
was recently deployed to Iraq.
"If anyone would like to
send anything, I'd be more
than appreciative..It's the
little things in life you miss
when you're somewhere like
The Plant City man is
talking about letters, books,
magazines, CDs, DVDs and
little snacks.
Lynne Halleran, a Realtor at
Coldwell Banker in Plant City,
has offered to collect items for
Jason and three other single
young men in her husband's
unit. Lynne's husband, Kevin,
is in the Army Reserves and
will make first lieutenant in
July. Kevin is expected to ship
off to Iraq in July.
Clubs, groups or individu-
als can drop things off to
Lynne at 1513 J.L. Redman
Parkway or call her at 763-
1881 and she will make sure
they get to the guys.
Let's show our troops they
are not forgotten.

Sisters give out scholarships
The Military Recognition
Scholarship, established in
2005 by two sisters Jessica
and Sara Rupp was recently
given to four worthy Plant
City High School graduates.
Recipients are Harold Rah-
mine, Brandon Pullian,
Jessica Jennings and Warren
Rahmine and Pullian are
joining the National Guard,
Jennings has enlisted in the
U.S. Air Force and Schryver is
attending The Citadel, The
Military College of South
Each received a certificate
and $150.
The awards were given in
memory Cpl. Nathan Schu-
bert and Pvt. Jody Missildine
of Plant City, who both died in
the fraq war this year and
were friends of the sisters.

~' -.

Photo courtesy of Rupp family
Winners of the Military Recognition Scholarship, which honors young people who sign up for the
armed forces, are, from left, Brandon Pullian, Jessica Jennings, Harold Rahmine and Warren

The sisters, graduates of
Plant City High, said they
were inspired by family,
friends and teachers Keith
Bayard and Laurel Riten-
baugh to recognize seniors
making a commitment to
enlist and serve our country.
God bless you all.

Vets hand out awards
The Plant City Veterans of
Foreign-Wars Post 4590
announced the following
awards: Tomlin Middle
School's Virginia Wong,
teacher of the year; Plant
City's Capt. Ricky Sullivan,
fireman of the year; and Sgt.
Curtis Williams of the Plant
City Police Department,
policeman of the year.
The group's first-place
winner in the Voice of
Democracy essay contest was
Chelsea Rushing. Xavier Vega
came in second and third
place went to Ryan Napier.
In the Americanism
coloring contest, the winners
were: Destiny Davis, Cain
Davis and Haylee Daniels.
Master of ceremonies Jim
Pogue also presented certifi-
cates of appreciation to
members of the VFW and
Ladies Auxiliary, as well as Ed
and Mabel McDougal for their
service to the post.
A big hand for all.

New officers for garden club
I think it was Milton Berle
who said "a thing of beauty is
a job forever," and the lovely
ladies of the Plant City Garden
Club certainly understand
, that.

They know gardens are a lot
of work, but always worth it.
The club recently installed
officers during a delightful
evening cookout at the home
of Kathy and Lev Stone.
Now the work begins and
we know their efforts will help
keep Plant City a beautiful
place. If you'd like to join the
club, call Cassandra Banning
at 759-1638. The new officers
are: president, Banning;
recording secretary, Kathy
Stone; first vice president,
Wynona James; second vice
president, Lisa Strange;
trustees, Liz Miller, Bettie
Harrelson, Kathryn Bowers;
corresponding secretary,
Toshi Molden; and treasurer,
Jan Griffin.

Welcome to town
Bishop Robert Lynch has
assigned Carlos Rojas to St.
Clements Catholic Church for
his first priesthood assign-
ment. Rojas will be celebrat-
ing his first Mass May 27 at 4
p.m. at the church, 1104 N.
Alexander St.

Well done Erica, Joshua
Happy graduation to Erica
Diane Stone, daughter of Sam
and Darlene Stone, who
graduated summa cum laude
from the University of Central
Florida in Orlando with a
degree in engineering.
She plans to pursue a
master's degree in environ-
mental engineering. Erica is
the granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Wingate of
Dover and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Stone Sr. of Plant City.
And kudos also to Joshua

Photo courtesy of Watkins family
Honors just keep adding up for
Ashley Rae Watkins.

Photo courtesy Cassandra Banning
Cassandra Banning, president of the Plant City Garden Club.

Michael Gullinese, son of
Michael and Lisa Gullinese of
Plant City, who recently
earned a degree in communi-
cations from Florida Southern
College in Lakeland.

Beauty and brains
The Watkins family just
keeps on celebrating. Ashley
Rae Watkins, daughter of
Michael and Heather Watkins,
and the 2005 Florida Straw-
berry Festival Queen, was
recently honored by the Plant
City Woman's Club, and
received the Florida
Federation of Women's Clubs
Youth Leadership Award.

More on the Mohlers
Last week's item about
Elizabeth "Betty" Howell, 93,
welcoming new family
member Isabella Fowler did
not mention two other
important people who were
also just as happy to
welcome the youngster; Ann
Mohler, Isabella's great-
grandmother and Larry
Mohler, Isabella's grandfa-

Have a birthday or family
event you would like to see in
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Josephine Polk of Plant City
announces the engagement of
her daughter, Joyce Lynn Polk,
to Julius Lorenzo Hargrove,
the son of Fred Glover Sr. and
Riba Hargrove of Plant City.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Tampa Bay Vocational
Technical High School. The
prospective groom is a gradu-
ate of Plant City High School.
A May 27 wedding is

Joe and Jan Bodenmiller of
Plant City announce the
Engagement of their daughter,
Laurie Lyn Bodenmiller, to
Peter Lane Stephens of Tampa,
the son of Don and Denise Ste-
phens and Wayne and Virginia
Caswell, all of Tampa.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of the Georgia Institute of Tech-
nology in Atlanta where she
earned a bachelor's degree in
industrial engineering. She is
currently employed by Lar-Bra'
Inc. The prospective groom
attended the University of
South Florida and is a partner in
Astrum Hearing Solutions.
A June 24 wedding is
planned at 5 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church of
Plant City.
The reception will be at the
Rusty Pelican.

Ronnie and Yvonne Walker
of Plant City announce the
engagement of their son,
Jason Dallas Walker, to
Amanda Retha Rimes, the

Laurie Lyn Bodenmiller and Peter Lane Stephens

daughter of Darwin and Jan
Bradley of Lakeland.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of George Jenkins High
School. The prospective
groom is a graduate of Plant
City High School.
A June 10 wedding is
planned at 1:30 p.m. at Willow
Oak Baptist Church.

Peggie Campbell of Plant
City announces the engage-
ment of her daughter, Patricia
Ann Campbell, to John Joseph
Leitner, the son of John "Chip"
and Fern Leitner of Plant City.
A June 17 wedding is
planned at First Baptist
Church of Plant City.

The Rev. Sam and Susan
Belisle of Roanoke, Va., anno-
unce the engagement of their
son, Christopher "Josh"
Belisle, to Shannon Collier,
the daughter of Robert and
Freda Collier of Bassett, Va.
The bride-elect is a gradu-

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1310 .. Shannon .l e. "54- 5383
( rowmsrmad: SR 39 5. Pinecrest,
"3" 1211
Countryside Baptist Churrh.
133i22S idnel Rd.. 5" -8200
Dorer First- N. 6allagher Rd.
659 0203
Fastside: 1.18 1. alhoun St.,
Fast Thtinolowasa: h'lcilosh
e. Knights- .riiun Rd. 986. 43.6
faith le Iple Primniti e
808 HI. euashington it. "54-6661
first Baptist (Imnrh of ithidna.-
tldn.iii Rdi. "52. "209
First Baptist lilhia:
Interswecllo of SR 39 '&
Iithia.Pinecrest Rd. "'"-1121
First Plant Cit\:
503A.. Palmer "52-4104
first Ihonolosassa it/ssionar.:
Ikilnlhsh Rd. 986.4 '56
Harmoir Baptist Church:
600f8 knights Griffin Rd., 986-165
Ilopentell: SR39 S1 "-3"- 053
Knights: Paul Builunani Hu,.

Il banion: firauI, Fo.tnh- Rdl,
lone link: lone O.k Rd, -54 52"-i
Itount .toritah ireudll-
liaren eiJohnson Sit. '54-39"
MIfount Itoriah trece-ill.
2042 (olson Rd., "-31490
Mount Olite: 604II Ball St.
"4 3834
V-en Hope Freewill
Baptist Church:
3101 Srdner Dot er Rd.. Dorer
\eu tl. lion Ftreu'ill
30O-i Daniels ReL. '52-3985
I'00.~. Franklin it. "52-2"9
oMako. e airport Rd. -52-5499
Plant (City Pnrimtie:
509.\. ers SIt. "54.3261
Pleasant Groie First:
Turke C(reek Rd. "3"-2556
Shbilh Baptist C(Inrbh:
905 It. ermrae Dr.. "54-'1-15
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,.
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. iwrnel St. '"54- 1992
St. Mar,'s Freewill:
Hunter& WaMrren S '54-6853
St. ,an' Missionar':
1804 Rl. 60E., '"3-3668
St. Mary's (ommunit' Church:
90" E. Laura St. "54-1616
Si.iney: II50 (re Rd. 659.1502
Turker CVreek Community
Baptist Churrh:
54-" turke. (reek Rd.
Firkev Creek First:
Frapnell Rd, ~52-'890
I torj n issionant: Mfaki Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11308 eleonme
Church St. (813) '3"-2288
Iestside: 2503 If. Granfleld .Ae.
"52- 1450
Shitehurst Rd: 901 '. Uhilehburst Rd.

little I union: 15510 (Count Rd 39.
lithia, 63,--"54
Salemn Printithie:
14-W02 Salem Churrh Rd.. S5dne,-

St element : 1104. lle.inder St.

N,. gilder Rd: 938 tilhde Rd.
"52.2 -1
Fork: Cork Road. "52-1521
Laura 5S: 1310 [. Laura St.
springhead. I 4iggins Rd. "54-1485

I Dicipiles oi l Crirr:.
First. 2108 lhonoloumsa Rd.

Cornermione' Chrhllan.
Mkhcltosh R of SR 5"

New Grace: 1214 1. laura $1

CIlevel.irnd Tenn I
Cahaanry Communtitr.
5209 mtlh-R.Rals Rd
Doa er. Donniln,,tig SI, 659-2900
Plant Cit: 21103 tudlakr Rd. "52-1591
tirkey' C,'ek: Turkery Crek Rd
at SR 60. "-3 1311
i'02 A5. Faiylr Rd. 986 19116

(iAndiersjn IrndOin.j
hingsnari. Firlt- 2806 hAin/.nari ..,
Sefiier: 65- "500
Plant Cilr: Grace fellon'ship
"3.t llsobook St1.361-8190
First. A. Godnon anil Iaker St.
Gospel tabernacle. Illen C Haines St

Vt Pele q. ii)W A. (mer v

Destin.t (hunt-h o Plant C ih'
1112.1 V lheelerV l..

Delif-erance Taernaucle:
808 [. (Grant St.
Refuge churchh of Our lord-
'28 IW Ball St.

Fall Gospel lahenmale-
2311 Sanmmonds Rd. "54 .343
Restoration tIsembli:
106 5. tL ers t.
Emangelists for Jesus Tabernacle-
SR 5"-1. E. ofDover. 659-0102

Calran, Chapel Plant (il.,:
1310 northh Shannon. Ire.. 892-0510
Christian G6rom'h Center:
1310 V. Shannon. "192909
Covenant Bible church :
1408 1. Tonmlin St, 54-1133
Deeper life Fellouship:
(Corilla Rd, Iof SR39 A.
Rer-hal Outreach Center:
225 ,. Douer Rd 681-2250

Kingdomn Hall: 3202 V. ffan-land. le.

Church ofesus Christ IDS"
1805 A. Park Rd, "52-636-1

Hope 10Si1: 2001 Park Birh'd, -52-4622
lord of life EICA:
2104. Mud lake Rd. '52-6064

Wagoner Mtemorial:
2402 ,uld lake Rd. '52-"863

Full Gospel Fellou ship.
. ItclinA.le.
full Gospel labernmale:
2311 Sammonds Rd, "54-384.3

Greater lot e ( hristian Center.
1109 .. Franklin St., 59-82-0
Impact Familr Worship Center:
Meels at Seffner liementar,
Mainos International
(b urch of Florida:
902 F Renfo st. '64-0929
Fampa Bible Fellonship:
10201E Hillsborough.ie. "54-26"4
1 ninth Clril Church-
1911 .. Gordon St. 659.2624
louiman s Praise and Horship (enter.
1.5. 92FE

Iolt 1Protection Ortlodor (Churh:
3820 ,loores lake Rd. k er: 659.0123

Greater HIeights family
Worship (enter:
3101 (lemons Rde. '54-'0Sb8
t l-i'g Ilatert Ioursquare
(hurrh: 602 S. Efers St. "59-0528
eenw. Hope Horshilp enhtr-
80J H. Mahoner St., -5"-6121

Doter: lloore s lake & llollneu
Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the living God.
1102 Iler St. "54-5840

Etvagellcal Plant 0ilt:
110 C(harlie Griffin Rd., "59-9383
First Presbiterlan, Plant C(I-:
404 W. Renonls .Sl. "52-4211

Itall i. ,il 6od Itiniltr.
151 jR 5"i. li -wer. 6 0 -l9'30

Plant (1t 2211; Srahberr Dr.
52-. 694

"4i1E (-Single.Igain Fellouslhip
Etangelism") 2011 South Iiggins RiL.

First: 101} .Johnson Rd,

St. Itark united ihunihr
2914 lithia-Pinecrest Rd. lahlio.
685 0998

Cork: 4815 It Sam tllen Rd.
Dorer First: ,Ioore's lake Rd at
Methodist Churrh Rd. 659-1-#15
First Plant Clih: 303 A. EFers St.
6race: 1801 E. (herr St. 65.9 318
Sunset Heights: taller Dr. "54-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd,
St Luke: 809 E. laura St., 5".6051
Thonotosassa: fort King Huy at
Mistletoe Dr., 986. "135
7winih' Plant ('lr:
402 M. English St., 52-9316

Faith Oureach Churh of Plant C(il
HCC Plant (1ty (mnpus'
John R Finkle Building
1206 North Park Rd, '59-92'3

Trinity United
Methodist Church
402 En, itdi St.
Plant Cin1

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Pastor David Robinson: Foursquare Gospel Church

David Robinson is a Four-
square Gospel blue-blood.
The denomination was
founded in 1927 by colorful
evangelist Aimee Semple
McPherson. McPherson built
the 5,300-seat Angelus Temple
in Los Angeles and held
parades every Sunday along
with the mayor and movie
Q: Was McPherson really
A: She used to wear these
fabulous uniforms. My
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Q: Explain the Foursquare
A: (The church) meets peo-
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Jesus Christ is the same'
yesterday, today and forever.

David Robinson took over as pastor of Foursquare Gospel
Church, 602 S. Evers St., about a year ago. The church helps feed
about 100 families a week.

Our roots are full-gospel Pen-
tecostal. The four symbols
represent Jesus as savior,
healer, baptizer and coming
king. We're a little more open
to change now. We must
have an influence on our

world today.
Q: Where were you raised?
A: I was born in Los Angeles
in 1947. We moved to Fort
Lauderdale and then Braden-
ton. I graduated from Manatee

High School in 1965 and
consider Bradenton my
Q: Where else have you
A: I earned my bachelor's at
Mount Vernon Bible College
in Ohio, then served in Mans-
field and Toledo. I pastored in
Indianapolis for 28 years in
the heart of the city. So this is
quite a change after hearing
gunshots and sirens all night
Q: When did you return to
A: I returned in 2003 and
worked on staff at the Gateway
Church in St. Petersburg and
on district staff to help
Q: How did you land in
Plant City?
A: I came here to help out
the pastor a year ago. I was

here two weeks and he died of
a heart attack. Then the super-
visor asked me to stay.
Q: Was it an easy decision?
A: I use the St. Peter princi-
ple when I'm in doubt. When
he was in doubt, he always
went fishing. So I went fishing,
and I did take the church.
Q: This church feeds a lot of
A: About 100 families a
week. They come Monday and
Thursday. We're part of the
Second Harvest food bank. It's
always smaller at the begin-
ning of the month, but when
checks don't go quite as far,
we help a lot of retirees who
struggle on a fixed income.
Q: You also have a back-
ground in teaching?
A: I earned my teaching cer-

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First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church of
Plant City, 404 W. Reynolds
St., holds Sunday school from
9 to 10 a.m. Sunday morning
with a worship service from
10:15 to 11:15 a.m. Commu-
nion is celebrated the first
Sunday of each month. Call:

Hope Lutheran services
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 N. Park Road, has a
summer worship schedule.
The times are: worship at 9:15
a.m. and family Bible hour at
10:30 a.m. Classes are avail-
able for ages 2 through adult.
Call: 752-4622.

Eastside Baptist Church
Eastside Baptist Church,
1318 E. Calhoun St., offers a
Sunday Bible study from 9:30
to 10:30 a.m.; morning wor-
ship at 10:45 a.m. (with Chil-
dren's Church) and evening
worship at 6 p.m. There is a
Bible study for all ages on
Wednesday from 6 to 8:30
p.m. Call: 754-2681.

Learning Center
enrolling students
Evangelical Presbyterian
Church Learning Center is
now enrolling students for fall
2006. .
EPC Learning Center, 1107
Charlie Griffin Road, offers a
state-subsidized pre-kinder-
garten program and a
traditional preschool pro-

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All classes have a teacher for
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Call: 759-9383.

First Baptist offerings
The following events will be
offered by First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer
Men's study and prayer
group meets Mondays at 7
a.m. at BuddyFreddys.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Tuesdays at 7
a.m. at Fred's Market Restau-
Free classes for those who
have gone through a divorce
or are facing Sundays from 5
to 6:15 p.m.
June 19-23: "Arctic Edge,
Where Adventure Meets Cour-
age" vacation Bible school 6 to
9 p.m. for ages 4 through the
fifth grade.
July 10-14: "Summersalt,"
sports and arts camp, 8 a.m. to
noon. For children who have
completed grades one through
five. A $25 registration fee
which includes T-shirt,
snacks, supplies and special
camp gear. Register by June
July 24-28 "Space Quest"
backyard Bible clubs 6 to 8
p.m. These will be held in var-
ious locations throughout the
Call: 752-4104.
The School of Music and
Arts of First Baptist is also
offering summer music
classes. The classes are:
Six weeks of private music
lessons in various instru-
ments will be offered June 5-
July 15 for $98.


Julia C. Ray, 76, of Plant City
died May 8.
She was born in Memphis,
Tenn., and was a longtime res-
ident of Plant City.
She was a retired military
She is survived by a son,
Roger Williams of Paris, Tenn.;
a daughter, Cheryl Duck of
Plant City; a brother, Richard
Bray of Plant City; and a

Let's Make Music, a music
and arts experience for chil-
dren in grades one through
five is planned for June 27-28,
from 9 a.m. to noon for $20
per child.
Come Blow Your Horn, an
instrumental workshop for
teens and adults will be
offered July 13-15, Thursday
and Friday evening from 6:30
to 8:30 p.m. and Saturday
from 9:30 a.m. to noon for $20
a person.
Call: 750-4878.

Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W. Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages Sundays at 9
a.m.; Sunday worship services
at 10:15 a.m. and 6 p.m.; and
Wednesday night worship at
6:15. Activities for children
and students start at 6 p.m.
Call: 752-8345.

Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist
Church, 14402 Salem Church
Road, meets Sundays at 10:30
Call: 752-9548.

Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational
Divine Family Worship Center
offers services Sundays at 11:
15 a.m. at the Comfort Inn,
2003 S. Frontage Road. Call:

Bible study program
The women's ministry of
Bethany Baptist Church offers
a Bible study, "Beloved Disci-
ple: The Life and Ministry of
John," Wednesdays at 9 a.m.
Brunch will be served each
week and child care will be

Hopewell Funeral Home.

James 0. Fowler, 73, of
Durant died May 7.
He was born in Greenwood
and moved here from Talla-
hassee in 1964.
He was a petroleum con-
tractor and attended Pleasant
Grove Baptist Church.
He is survived by two sons,
Bryant Mathis of Anniston,
Ala., and Byron Mathis of

provided. The church is at
3409 N. Cork Road.
Call: 752-9209.

Teen Bible study
Teen Bible study and values
discussions are offered the
first and third Monday of each
month from 5 to 6 p.m. at the
Plant City Family YMCA's
youth extension site, 1507
YMCA Place.
Call: 757-6677.

METS Ministries
METS Ministries, 1102 E.
Laura St., offers restoration
and healing services the first
and third Sunday of every
month at 6:30 p.m.
Each service will feature a
different speaker. Call: Edith
Langston, 759-0607, or 754-

St. Clement services
St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
hosts its Saturday vigil Mass
from 4 to 5 p.m.
Call: 752-8251.

Mount Olive events
Mount Olive Baptist
Church, 604 W. Ball St., offers
the following community out-
reach services:
A free hot meals ministry
Tuesday and Thursdays from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
A food pantry is open
weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2
Call: 754-3834.

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Church, 8201 Cedar Grove

Clearwater; five daughters,
Kathy Cook and Terry Owens,
both of Durant, Marie Haynes
of Mulberry, Lori Langford of
Plant City and Kathy Bailey of
Lithia; a sister, Jean Lawrence
of Dunnellon; eight grandchil-
dren; and six great-grandchil-
Wells Memorial Funeral

Church Road, welcomes sixth-
through 12th-graders in the
Keysville area to play basket-
ball Tuesdays from 6:30 to 8:
30 p.m. Hot dogs and drinks
.will be provided. Call: Alan
Hawkins, 833-5794, or Keith
Carney Sr., 737-3357.

Christian preschool
Private Christian Preschool
offers a Christian preschool
program for children ages 2 to
4 at First Presbyterian Learn-
ing Center, 404 W. Reynolds
St. Call: 752-6874.

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119
N. Gordon St., offers adult
Sunday school at 10 a.m. fol-
lowed by the 11 a.m. service
and youth Sunday school. ,
Ongoing classes are offered
Wednesday mornings and
Thursday evenings. Also, a
potluck dinner is offered the
first Sunday of every month
after the service. Call: 659-

Ministry seeks donations
METS Ministries' New
Beginnings program is seek-
ing beds, couches and other
household items to assist
needy families. The ministry
also is in need of a truck to
facilitate pick up and delivery
of donated items.
The ministry is continuing
its program of offering clothes,
nonperishable foods, emer-
gency shelter and prescription
drugs and is seeking dona-
tions of riding mowers for its
lawn mowing program.
All gifts are tax deductible.
Call: Edith Langston, 754-
1096 or 759-0607.

Plant City died May 10.
She was born in Opp, Ala.,
and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
She was an administrative
assistant for the University of
She is survived by a son,
John M. of Apollo Beach; two
daughters, Michelle William-
son of Dover and Karen
Crosby of Plant City; a brother,

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Baxter 50th anniversary
Hermon and Shirley Baxter
celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary with family and
friends April 1 in the fellow-
ship hall of Salem Primitive
Baptist Church.
They were married on
Easter Sunday, April 1, 1956.
The former Shirley Cribbs
was born in Dover and gradu-
ated from Plant City High
School in 1955. Upon gradua-
tion, she worked for the city of
Plant City.
Hermon was born in Mayo
and was a 1952 graduate of

Plant City High School. He is a
veteran of the Korean War,
and is a retired locomotive
They are members of Salem
Primitive Baptist Church
where Hermon serves as a
They have a son, Mark of
Odessa; a daughter, Cheryl
Clemons of Fuquay-Varina,
N.C.; and four grandchildren.

Linton 40th anniversary
Billy and Sandra Linton cel-
ebrated their 40th wedding
anniversary May 14.
They were married May 14,
1966 in Plant City. Both. Billy
and Sandra are Plant City

They have two children,
Kayla and Russell, both of
Plant City, and two grand-

Zaring 50th anniversary
David and Judy Zaring cele-
brated their 50th wedding
anniversary May 19.
They were married May 19,
1956, in Argo, Ill.
The former Judy Callahan
was born in Chicago, and was
previously a church secretary
for First Congregation Church
in California. She is a member
of the Plant City Woman's
David was born in India-
napolis, Ind., and is a retired
director of marketing and

applications for Hewlett-
Packard's Scientific Instru-
ment Division in California.
After living in Illinois, Geor-
gia and California, they retired
to Plant City in 1992 and
attend St. Clement Catholic
In celebration of their 50
years together, David and
Judy plan to travel to Europe
and enjoy sightseeing in Rome
and Paris.
They have a son, Tim of Cal-
ifornia; two daughters, Cathy
Ann and Wendy, both of Cali-
fornia; 10 grandchildren; and
two great-grandchildren.
They are the parents of the
late Judy Jane.


Army Pfc. Nicole R. Ritchey has gradu-
ated from the Military Intelligence Sys-
tems Maintainer/Integrator Advanced
Individual Training course at Fort Hua-
chuca, Sierra Vista, Ariz.
She is the daughter of Leeann Calvert of
Plant City and is a 2004 graduate of East
Bay High School, Gibsonton.

Marine Corps Pvt. Charles D. Hamilton
recently completed basic training at
Marine Corps Recruit Depot, 'Parris
Island, S.C.
He is a a 2004 graduate of Plant City
High School. -

Navy Chief Petty Officer Michael A.
Estok, a 1988-graduate of Plant City High
School, recently reported for duty at
Naval Air Station, Kingsville, Texas.
Estok joined the Navy in 1988.

Army Reserve Pvt. Alex R. Henry has
graduated from the Automated Logistical

Specialist Advanced Individual Training
course at the U.S. Army Quartermaster
Center and School, Fort Lee, Petersburg,
Henry is the son of Lou N. Henry of
Plant City and is a 2005 graduate of Plant
City High School.

Coast Guard Seaman Apprentice
Daniel Tortora recently graduated from
the U.S. Coast Guard Recruit Training
Center in Cape May, N.J.
Tortoa is a 2005 graduate of Durant
High School.

Army Pvt. Christopher T. Alderman has
completed basic training at Fort Sill,
Lawton, Okla.
He is the son of Steven Alderman Mul-
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Army National Guard Sgt. Heriberto
Perez Jr. has returned to the U.S. from an
overseas forward-deployed location


where he participated in
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Janet and Greg
Sullivan were
married 39 years
ago when Janet
was 17. During
that same year,
Greg risked his
life to save a
Navy ship he was
stationed on. His
actions averted a
explosion that
could have killed
many of the
sailors and
Marines on
board, and
created havoc in
a Navy shipyard.

Military Medal Comes 39 Years After Heroism

Greg Sullivan, a Navy seaman dur-
ing the Vietnam War, said something
came his way a couple of months ago
that was the farthest thing from his
In March, Sullivan received the Navy
and Marine'Corps Medal, which is bes-
towed upon those who show heroism
that doesn't involve conflict with the
enemy. The award is generally reserved

for people who put themselves in
jeopardy to save the lives of others.
Sullivan did just that 39 years ago.
In 1967, when Sullivan was 19, he
was serving aboard the USS Hartley, a
destroyer escort. The Navy petty offi-
cer third class machinist was on the
ship as it was docked in Newport, R.I.,
preparing for another trip.
Sullivan and his brother, George,
served aboard the Hartley at the same
time. They would spend two years on
the ship. But had it not been for Greg
Sullivan's actions one spring day ii's
possible that either brother and many-
others aboard the Hartley would oe
alive today, Navy records say.

"We knew at the time that
my actions aboard ship
that day prevented a real
disaster. "
Navy veteran

"A lot of the ship's company was liv-
ing on board the Hartley while she was
being refuted," Sullivan said, adding
that the crew numbered between 150
and 175. "All was business as usual as
crewman went about their business.
Several crewmen were using a pressur-

ized gasoline blowtorch to remove tiles
on the floor of a sleeping quarter below
deck when a fire started."
A workman spilled gasoline on the
deck when refilling the blowtorch,
according to official records. When the
torch was relit, the spilled gas ignited
and an unopened gas can exploded.
The fire quickly burned out of control
and the ship was in jeopardy.
General quarters was sounded,
alerting the crew .of the growing
danger. An ammunition magazine was
next to the cabin where the fire burned,
and the ship's officers took action to

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Se l l stationed along the German border. "It made one heck of a racket," Scott
e O lesS tl Lr IHe was a private first class, armed with said. "I saw stars for awhile. But none
a 60 mm mortar, an M-1 rifle and a of us was injured in the blast."
.45-caliber pistol. Scott credits strong timbers in the
"We had established the front line floor of the house for his survival.
REMEMBERS FIGHTING in March 2002, Scott said. As have where there was some sporadic fire," "Those people knew how to build a
many of his "invasion buddies." Scott said. "My close buddy (Sgt.) Buck strong house, "ie said.
NAZIS IN 1944 "There aren't many of us left," Scott Waumire and I were with three or four Shortly after that Scott was part of a
said last week as he sat for an inter- other soldiers in our platoon. We were company guarding Nazi prisoners.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN view. "Many of my Army buddies did- in the basement of an old Belgian Whenever transportation could be
gnewman@mediageneral.com n't make it home. A lot of them are house, manning a telephone relay provided, the Germans would be sent
buried in Italy, Sicily, France, Belgium station that connected the front to our by truck to prisoner of war camps in
The number of surviving World War and Germany." division headquarters." Western Europe.
II American soldiers continues to r--- -- Scott's own saga sur- Scott said the house was only about "I was down the hill from the camp,"
shrink as a majority of the veterans are .4. rounding the war ended 100 yards from the front line, and Scott said. "1 was taking the first real
now older than 80 and time waits for "t" when an explosion punc- slightly uphill. Every four hours, six bath I had had in a month. As I stepped
no man ,, tured an eardrum in men from the front would trade places out of the stream to get dressed, 1 came
One Plant City area veteran of WWIIT 1945, sending him home with the men back at the house. They face to face with a young German
is Ralph Scott, a former member of the before the war in Europe were holding the line, waiting for soldier. Like me, he was unarmed. But
Army's 1st Infantry DiVision, also know i came to an end. orders from headquarters to move up. he had his hands in the air. And he was
as the Big Red One. Scott One of Scott's most "Somehow about six Nazis soldiers crying. He must have been 14 or 15
Scott, 83, lives in Country Meadows, vivid memories of the made it through our line and followed years old. He was one of those child-
off Sam Allen Road. war ,involves an encounter with the telephone line to the house," Scott soldiers the Nazis had pushed to the
Following the war, Scott, 'who German soldiers along the Belgium/ said. "We heard them coming at the front. He didn't want to fight. Thank
landed on Omaha Beach during the D- German border. last second. And when one of them God. He just wanted to be taken pris-
Day invasion, worked with the Balti- "They didn't want to make a stand entered the basement Waymire. shot oner and be allowed to live his life."
more Transit Co., then with the and fight," Scott said. "The Nazis were- him with a rifle. Killing him on the Scott said he was relieved to see the
Schmidt Baking Co., where he retired n't ready for what we were doing." spot." enemy soldier before him had no fight
in 1985 after 30 years in sales. Prior to the Battle of the Bulge, when The other Germans quickly set in him.
Scott and his wife, Charlotte, were the Germans attempted to pierce the explosives ini the house and as .they Scott had seen enough killing to last
married for 53 years. She.passed away American and British lines, So.as .retreated hy.bJew tie house to bits. a lifetime, le said.
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MAY 25, 2006 THE COURIER 15


Group formed
to promote downtown
A group of Plant City busi-
nesses has formed a new asso-
ciation to help promote
commerce in the downtown
"Business is good down-
town, but it could be better,"
said Dave Schultz, interim
president of the Historic
Downtown Plant City Mer-
chant's and Business Associa-
Schultz said the group will
focus on promoting busi-
nesses in the 18-block historic
district and will help promote
events throughout the year,
including re-establishing an
outdoor antique fair in the
"This first order of business
is to launch a membership
drive to recruit more mem-
bers. We will need a wide,
diversified membership base
to finance an active promo-
tional campaign for the area."
A major objective of the
group is to make the down-
town area a day-trip destina-
tion for shoppers from Central
Florida and surrounding com-
munities, Schultz said.
The group has already
' joined the Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce.
For more information, call
Schultz, 752-6085, or David
Simmonds, 659-3046.
County votes for
watering restrictions
Hillsborough County Com-
missioners voted last week to
restrict lawn watering to one
day a week.
Plant City residents are still
allowed to water two days a
week, but city officials are
encouraging water conserva-
Under the once-a-week
schedule, residents of unin-
corporated Hillsborough
County may water established
lawns and landscaping on the
following days: Mondays for
addresses ending in 0 and 1,

Tuesday for addresses ending
in. 2 and 3, Wednesdays for
addresses ending in 4 and 5,
Thursday for addresses
ending in 6 and 7, and Fridays
for addresses ending in 8 and
9. Locations with no address,
such as common areas, and
mixed addresses, such as
shopping centers, also can
water on Fridays.
Residents may hand-water
plants and shrubs, or use a
drip irrigation system in land-
scaping beds at any time.
There are also special rules for
watering new sod.
For more information, call
275-7094. For a recorded mes-
sage, visit www.hillsboroughc
ounty.org/water and click on
the "restrictions and conser-
For more information about
city.watering policies, call 757
9289, Ext. 237, or visit http://
www.plantcitygov. com/dept/
resource/ index.htm.
County offers free summer
prekindergarten program
Hillsborough County public
school district is coordinating
a free voluntary prekindergar-
ten program for young chil-
The program allows a
parent to enroll his or her eli-
gible child (4 years old by
Sept. 1 and residing in Flor-
ida) in a free voluntary prekin-
dergarten program. The
program is free, regardless of
family income, but each
parent is responsible for the
transportation of his or her
child to and from the pro-
The program begins June 1
and runs through July 14 with
classes starting at 7:30 a.m.
and ending at 6 p.m.
The program will be avail-
able at the following area
Bryan Elementary School:
2006 Oak Ave., Plant City,
Buckhorn Elementary
School: 2420 Buckhorn School
Court, Valrico, 744-8240.

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When We Were Kids' Exhibit Opens

Staff Report
The Plant City Photo Archives' .
new exhibit "When We Were Kids," life
containing photos of area resi--
dents as youngsters, will open with
a special reception from 4 to 6 p.m.
May 25 in the organization's
exhibit gallery, 119 N. Collins St.
The free exhibit includes several
hundred photographs from as e,
early as 1899 and as recent as the
'70s and '80s, said Gil Gott, execu-
tive director of archives. The
reception will include entertain-
ment, hours d'oeuvres and refresh-
"As we were collecting pictures, '
we noticed we were getting a lot of Photos courtesy of Plant City Photo Archives
great pictures of people when they This photo of John R. and James
were young," Gott said. "To see Washington, circa 1949, is partrof the-
them when they were young and new exhibit at the Plant City Photo
the city was growing just make for Archives. Below, an exhibit photo from
great pictures." 1929 shows William Pou with his sister
Archives advisory council mem- Marion Pou Sadler.
bers Betty Watkins, Sally Verner,
Bill Parolini, Bill Thomas and Steve .
Smith, among others, were very
helpful in collecting and organiz-
ing the many photos from Plant ,
City's past, said Ed Verner, presi-
dent of the archives.
The exhibit will run for eight
The archive is open Thursday to
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For information, call 754-1578. .


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close friends will be advised of a
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prevent a catastrophic explosion.
The fire sprinkler system was acti-
vated in the ammunition magazine.
But the fire caused the temperature
in all adjacent compartments to rise,
threatening to destroy the ship.
According to documents sent to
the Secretary of the Navy, on three
occasions the fire party leader
attempted to direct a fire hose team
into the burning compartment from
the above deck. They attempted to
advance on the flames, but while the
fire hose continued to apply a steady
stream of water, the flames continued
to grow. The ship, and the port itself
was in real danger, according to the
Navy reports.
The ship then began to list due to
the water being sprayed on the fire.
So great was the danger, the ship's
officers decided to have the Hartley
unmoored from the dock and called
for tugs to push her away from the
other ships.
Then, according to the Navyreport:
"With utter disregard for his personal
safety, Petty Officer Greg Sullivan vol-
untarily took charge of the No. 1 hose
and single-handily descended
through the scuttle and into the
flames. During his singular effort, he
inadvertently, through smoke and
flame, directed the fire-fighting water
stream across a 440 AC volt power
panel, and was momentarily knocked
"I got knocked down by the electric
jolt," Sullivan said, "but I wasn't
down for .long. The hose remained
charged and I was soon back on my
feet, blasting away with the hose."
Within a short period, Sullivan
extinguished the flames. He was

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ship and the lives of all on board, but
also preventing a potentially major
explosion that could have damaged
other ships in the harbor.
"We knew at the time that my
actions aboard -ship that day pre-
vented a real disaster," Sullivan said.
'"But somehow the report never made
it to channels where special recogni-
tion was sent my way. Following my
discharge from the Navy, I never gave
it another thought."
George Sullivan had other ideas.
"My brother is like a dog guarding a
juicy bone," Greg Sullivan said.
"When he sets his sights on some-
thing, he never gives up."
George Sullivan remained in the
Navy for 20 years. Today, he contin-
ues to work with the Navy as a con-
sultant. And it was during George's
work with Capt. Mark Helmkamp, the
supervisor of diving at the Naval Sea
Systems Command in Washington,
D.C., that the idea of recognizing
Greg's bravery resurfaced.
About two years ago, letters and
affidavits from crew members on
board the Hartley that day in 1967
were sent to the Secretary of the
After a great deal of corfimunica-
tion, Sullivan was officially awarded
the Navy and Marine Corps Medal
March 31 during a ceremony at the
Navy base in Panama City.
"We knew for about six months
that Greg was going to receive the
medal," said Janet Sullivan, Greg's
wife of 39 years.
'She's the one that deserves a
medal," Greg Sullivan said. "For put-
ting up with me for all this time.
"I appreciate the fact that my
brother wouldn't let it die," Sullivan
said. "I was proud to receive that
medal. I feel honored."

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ood Ichildren and modern adults
..rather tend to ignore. A
good, stable adult with love and tolerance
in his heart is about the best therapy a child can
The main consideration in raising children is
the problem of training them without breaking
them. You want to raise your child in such a w\ay
that you don't have to control him, so that he
will be in full possession of himself at all times.
Upon that depends his good behavior, his health,
his saniry.
Children are not dogs. They can't be trained like
dogs are trained. They are not controllable items.
They are, and let's not overlook the point, men and
women. A child is not a special species of animal
distinct from man. A child is a man or a woman
who has not attained full growth.
Any la'w which applies to the behavior of man
and woman applies to children.
How would you like to be pulled and hauled
and ordered about and restrained from doing
whatever you wanted to do? You'd resent it. The
only reason a child "doesn't" resent it is because he's
small. You'd half murder somebody who treated
you, an adult, with the orders, contradiction and
disrespect given to the average child. The child
doesn't strike back because he isn't big enough.
He gets your floor muddy, interrupts your nap,
destroys the peace of the home instead. If he had
equality with you in the matter of rights, he'd not
ask for this "revenge." This "revenge" is standard
child behavior.
A child has a right to his self-determinism. You
say that if he is not restrained from pulling things
down on himself, running into the road, ertc., etc.,
he'll be hurt. What are you, as an adult, doing to
make that child live in rooms or an environment
where he can be hurt? The fault is yours, not his,
if he breaks things.
The sweetness and love of a child is preserved
only so long as he can exert his own self-
determinism. You interrupt that and, to a degree,
you interrupt his life.
There are only two reasons why a child's right
to decide for himself has to be interrupted-the
fragility and danger of his environment and 'ou..
For you work out on him the things that were
done to you, regardless of what you think.
\XWhen you give a child something, it's his. It's
not still yours. Clothes, toys, quarters, what he
has been given must irmai, niii' his .'/,i'lusiiN'
control. So he tears up his shirt, wrecks his bed,
break; his fire engine. It's none i'our hbtfinesi.
How would you like to have somebody give you
a Christmas present and then tell you. day after
day thereafter, what you are to do with it, and
even punish you if you failed to care for it the
way the donor wishes? You'd wreck that donot
and ruin that present. You know% you would. The
child w recks your nerves w hen you do it to him.

That's re% enge. He cries. He pesters you. He breaks
your things. He "accidentally" spills his milk. And
he wrecks the possession, on p.;ipose, about which
he is so often cautioned. Why? Because he is
fighting for his own self-determinism, his own
right to own and make his weight felt on his
environment. This "possession" is another channel
by which he can be controlled. So he has to fight
the possession and the controller.
In raising your child you must avoid "training"
him into a social animal. Your child begins by
being more sociable, more dignified than you are.
In a relatively short time, the treatment he gets
so checks him that he revolts. This revolt can be
intensified until he is a terror to have around. He
will be noisy, thoughtless, careless of possessions,
unclean-anything, in short, which will annoy
you. Train him, control him and you'll lose his
love. You've lost the child forever that you seek
to control and own.
Permit a child to sit on your lap. He'll sit there,
contented. Now put your arms around him and
constrain him to sit there. Do this, even though he
wasn't even trying to leave. Instandtly, he'll squirm.
He'll fight to get away from you. He'll get angry.
He'll cr-. Recall now, he was happy before you
started to hold him. You should actually make
this experiment.
Your efforts to mold, train, control this child
in general react on him exactly like trying to hold
him on your lap.
Of course, you will have difficulty if this child
of yours has already been trained, controlled,
ordered about, denied his oxwn possessions. In
midflight, you change your tactics. You try to
give him his freedom. He's so suspicious of you,
he will have a terrible time trying to adjust. The
transition period will be terrible. But at the end of
it, you'll have a well-ordered, well-trained, social
child, thoughtful of you and, very important to
you, a child who loves you.
The child who is under constraint, shepherded,
handled, controlled, has a ven'r bad anxiery

postulated. His parents are survival entities. They
mean food, clothing, shelter, affection. This means
he wants to be near them. He wants to love them,
naturally, being their child.
But on the other hand, his parents are
nonsurvival entities. His %whole being and life
depend upon his rights to use his own decision
about his movements and his possessions and
his body. Parents seek to interrupt this out of the
mistaken idea that a child is an idiocy who won't
learn unless "controlled." So he has to fight shy,
to fight against, to annoy and harass an enemy.
Here is anxiety. "I love them dearly. I also
need them. But they mean an interruption of
my abilirv, my mind, my potential lie. \\hat am
I going to do abouc my parents? I can't live with
them. I can't live without them. Oh, dear, oh,
dear!" There he sits in his rompers running this
problem through his head. That problem, that
anxierv, will be with him for eighteen years, more
or less. And it will half wreck his life.
Freedom for the child means freedom for you.
Abandoning the possessions of the child to
their face means eventual safe' for the child's
What terrible willpower is demanded of a
parent not to give constant streams of directions
to a child!
But it has to be done, if you want a well, a happy,
a careful, a beautiful, an intelligent child!
Another thing is the matter of contribution.
You have no right to deny your child the right
to contribute. A human being feels able and
competent only so long as he is permitted to
contribute as much as or more than he has
contributed to him.
A baby contributes by trying to make you smile.
The baby will show off. A little older he will dance
for you, bring you sticks, try to repeat your work
motions to help you. If you don't accept those
smiles, those dances, those sticks, those work
motions in the spirit they are given, you have
begun to interrupt the child's contribution. Now
he will start to get anxious. He will do unthinking
and strange things to your possessions in an effort
to make them "better" for you. You scold him.
That finishes him.
The child has a du't toward you. He has to be
able to take care of you, not an illusion that he
is, but actually. And you have to have patience to
allow yourself to be cared for sloppily until, by
sheer experience itself-not by your directions
-he learns how to do it well. Care For the child?
Nonsense. He has probably got a better grasp of
immediate situations than you have.

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J.W. Strickland of Plant City;
four sisters, Eunice Holly of
Georgia, Betty Sue Delozier
and Mary Jo Todd, both of
Plant City, and Lou Cole of
Bowling Green; four grand-
children; and two great-
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Keith J. Sluder, 42, of Dover
died May 11.
He was born in Jacksonville
and was a longtime resident of
He was an automobile
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He is survived by a. son,
Keith J. II of New Port Richey;
a daughter, Miranda of New
Port Richey; his parents,
Thomas and Judith of Dover; a
brother, Thomas J. III of
Dover; a sister, Theresa of
Lakeland; and two grandchil-
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Scott W. Thompson, 21, of
Plant City died May 12.
He was born in Brandon
and was a lifelong resident of
Plant City.
He was an automotive
machinist for Thompson
Automotive Machine.
He is survived by his father

and stepmother, William and
Sherry of Plant City; his
mother, Martha of Plant City;
a brother, Billy of Destin; three
sisters, Julie Fulwood and
Jenna, both of Plant City, and
Nicole Christian of Lakeland;
and his girlfriend, Jennifer
Daugharty of Plant City.
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Neta DeShong Carroll, 96,
of Dover died May 12.
She was a lifelong resident
of Dover and a homemaker.
She is survived by her loving
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Ronnie G. Hutchinson, 58,
of Dover died May 13.
He was born in Tampa and
was a lifelong resident of
Dover. He is survived by a son,
Ronnie of Plant City; his
mother, Ruby of Dover; two
brothers, Troy and Jerry, both
of Dover; two sisters,. JoAnn
Moore of Helena, Ala., and
Sandra Hammock of Dover;
and two grandchildren.
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Jason "Twinkie" Fowler, 25,
of Plant City died May 13.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and a tow truck
He attended Dover Pente-
He is survived by his father,

Dewayne K. of Plant City; his
mother and stepfather,
Rhonda and Grady Lariscy of
Plant City; a brother, Justin K.
of Plant City; three sisters,
Connie Barrow and Crystal
Balog, both of Plant City; and
.Sheri Altman of Bear Creek,
N.C.; paternal grandparents,
Donald and June of Plant City;
maternal grandmother,
Tennie McCullough of Plant
City; and paternal great-
grandmother, Mary Pelham of
Plant City.
Haught Funeral Home.

Larry L. Lynch, 64, of Plant
City died May 14.
He was born in Indiana and
moved here 14 years ago.
He was an assembler for
General Motors Corp.
He is survived by his wife,
Connie; a son, Harry J. of
Jamestown, Ind.; four daugh-
ters, Susan Rodeman and
Amanda Mitchell, both of
Plant City; Angela Crafton of
Greenfield, Ind., and Brenda
Beltan of Albuquerque, N.M.;
his mother, Dorthea of Green
Castle, Ind.; three sisters,
Linda Wheeler and Lavonne
Franklin, both of Roachdale,
Ind., and Lenora Bowlby of
Green Castle; and 15 grand-
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David M. Mason, 53, of
Plant City died May 14.

He was born in Lima, Ohio,
and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
He is survived by his wife,
Susan; his mother, Ethel Gross
of Lima; four brothers, Gary
and John, both of Wapako-
neta, Ohio, Thomas of Dayton,
Ohio, and Raymond of Woos-
ter, Ohio; and a sister, Mary
Bergman of McDonough, Ga.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

William "Andy" Evans,. 77,
of Plant City died May 15.'-
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and served in the
U.S. Navy. ..
He. was a construction
He is survived by his wife,
Ida Mae; two sons, William H.
of Valrico and Wayne of
Tampa; three daughters,
Linda Walker .of, .Mulberry,
Donna Clark of Plant City and
Sandra Smith of Brandon; a
sister, Minnie Brooks of Plant
City; 11 grandchildren; and 13
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Emmett B. Syrus, 63, of
Dover died May 15.
He was born in Gallipolis,
Ohio, and came here from
Ohio in 1988.
He was a grocery store
He is survived by three sons,
Matthew of Woodbridge, Va.,

MAY 25, 2006 THE COURIER 21

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Ohio, and Joey of Gallipolis,
Ohio; two daughters, Dyanna
Villegas of Plant City and
Margie Duncan of Lutz; three
brothers, Lowell Syrus of
Columbus, Ohio, Ron ofDover
and Donald of Gallipolis: and
nine grandchildren.
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Jo Ann Nunnery Waldron,
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She is sunived by two sons,
Randy Nunnery and )Jody
Nunnery; three daugfiters,
Stacey Zimmerman, Miley
Curgus and Wendy Westberg:
a brother, Francis Fleming; a.
sister, Gayle Almon; and 10
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Gerald Demarest, 81, of
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N.J., and rnoved from New
Port Richey to Plant City 13
years ago.
He was a retail salesman.
He is survived by his wife,
Shirley; two daughters, Shirley
Moore of Plant City and Linda
NMendell of Vero Beach: seven
grandchildren: and six great-
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Fourth grade: Charles Bos-
well, Garrett Wright.
Fifth grade: Dallas McClel-
lan, Denise Chavez, Kimberly
Lopez, Lacy Saranko.

Lincoln Elementary School of
The following pupils were
named to the principal's
honor roll for the third nine-
week grading period at Lin-
coln Elementary School of
Technology: Mitchell Thoeni,
Charti Davis, Bilal Ford,
Makayla Johnson, Chandni
Pooran, Alexander Sierra,
Aaron Wright-Walker, Ken-
dall Johnson, Amy Garcia,
Alyssah Insua, Carly Knox,
Abigail Ninan, Kellie Per-
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tification and worked for
several years in exceptional
education, everything from
autistic to physically disabled.
But I burned out; it could be
frustrating. One reason it can
be a failure is the inconsis-
tency, and too often teachers
are simply babysitters.
Q: What does your wife do?
A: My wife, Naomi, teaches
third grade at Lincoln Elemen-
tary. We married in 1970, and
we have two children. Our
daughter, Grace, is on staff at
Real Life Foursquare Church
in Tampa. Our son, David,
lives in St. Petersburg. I have
two grandchildren.
Q: How many people are
involved in the Foursquare
A: Around 40 on Sunday
morning. But more than 100
during the week. We're a small
church with a big heart.
Q: What do you do for fun?
A: Fishing. I like to hunt,
and I build model ships. I love
to do repairs on my place, and
Naomi likes to garden. It's
kind of nice living out where
it's quiet for once in my life.
We've enjoyed it.
Q: Do you have any other
irons in the fire?
A: I also work as a chaplain
with Market Place Chaplains,
and I serve as a staff officer
with 25 years experience in the
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary. I

Ninan, Ana Maria Rubiana,
Connor Sierra, Michael Rich-
ardson, Tiffany Lott, Deep
Patel, Kasie Milnes, Kuldeep
Pooran, Matthew Mutert.

Springhead Elementary
The following pupils were
named to the principal's
honor roll for the third nine-
week grading period at
Springhead Elementary
Third grade: Cadie Max-
well, Caitlyn Kent.
Fourth grade: Arely Felix,
Emily Govreau, Cory Abott,
Derrick Jordan, Regan McGa-
vin, Brooke McLaughlin,
Jennifer Hicks, Kaitlin Moua,
Kasey Wells.
Fifth grade: Richard Ros-
selle, Hannah Boles, Court-
ney Maxwell, Tesla Morrison,
Briana Sanchez, Matthew
Breuer, Raul Flores, Taylor
Morris, Megan Rivieccio.

The following pupils were
named to the principal's
honor roll for the third nine-
week grading period at
Knights Elementary School:
First grade: Savannah R.
Reagan, Elias Gutierrez,
Alyssa Byrd, Noah Cape,
Rhinna Vaughn, Jacob Con-
rad, Jessica Harell, Molly
Kim, Cullen Telfer, Savannah

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Q: What books are you read-
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Q: What gives you joy?
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Q: Do you have a favorite
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Special Graduation Celebration For Turkey Creek

Staff members at Turkey
Creek Middle School contin-
ued a traditional graduation
celebration for the students in
its Exceptional Student
Education program last week.
During the May 18 event, 20
students received completion
certificates, personalized tro-
phies and gift certificates
donated from area restau-
Along with those prizes, the
students were also treated to a
special guest speaker Han-
nah Hodge, the 2006 Florida
Strawberry Festival queen.
Hodge attended school at Tur-
key Creek prior to attending
Durant High School, where
she graduates this year.
Hodge, who attended Tur-
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students to cherish the good
memories they have made at
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students who will enroll in
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education they received at
Turkey Creek is only the
"You will find, whether you
go to Durant or Plant City
High School, that there is
much more to learn, much
more fun to have and much
more to be proud of."
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the fall.
Heather Perkins, a friend
and family member, said Rod-
riguez has learned a great deal
in the two years he has been
enrolled in the ESE program.
"I saw his speech improve.
He is more interested in a wide
variety of things. He is a hap-
pier person," Perkins said.
"Patrick is more athletic. He
takes better care of himself.
And he is beginning to
understand that he is more of
a well-rounded person
because of his experience in
this school program."
Rodriguez looks forward to
what the future holds.
"For me it is a good pro-
gram," he said. "And next year,
when I attend Durant, it will
even be better."
Rodriguez gave special
mention to teachers Buddy
Coleman and Gerri Baldridge
for their help in his education.
"The program allowed me
to get better at math, science

"There is great history
and tradition at this
school. Our parents
want the best from us,
for the children, and
our tradition is to give
it to them."
Principal, Turkey Creek Middle School
and social studies. I feel good
about myself and make
friends more easily," he said.
Dennis Mayo, the principal
at Turkey Creek since January,
said the ESE celebration is a
example of school pride.
"There is great history and
tradition at this school," Mayo
said. "We are proud of our stu-
dents, our community and our
school. You can see and feel
the tradition within each
member of the staff. Our par-
ents want the best from us, for
the children, and our tradition
is to give it to them."
The students who com-
pleted the program are: Gra-

GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Patrick Rodriguez, 14, successfully completed eighth-grade at
Turkey Creek Middle school. His 'graduation celebration' was
attended by his sister, Christine, left, and a family friend and
relative, Heather Perkins. Rodriguez was one of 20 Exceptional
Student Program members who will go on to high schools in the
area starting in the fall.

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Gray, Jennifer Kinard, Ashley
Mosley, Patrick Rodriguez,
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Kemp, Shelly Stevens, Ricky
Truman, Cale Corley, Noe
Garcia, Thelma Blaxton, Adam
Quagliani, Louis Auger,

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Roldon and Samantha Wines.
Teachers for the program
include: Gerri Baldridge, Deb-
orah and Buddy Coleman,
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ROBERT CONE/Staff photos
Both Malcolm Shavers, left, and Jeremy Fussell, right, struggled to get Durant's offense in gear at quarterback in the Cougars' 21-7 loss to host Newsome at the spring
jamboree game last week. Both players will battle for the starting QB job in the fall as the Cougars seek to replace departing senior Chip Bowden, who will play for
Army next year. In the first half of jamboree action at Newsome, Plant City was blanked by Armwood, 17-0.

County Curtails Summer Football Camp Attendance By Athletes

Normally, the spring jamboree
would signal the end to football game
action, but not an end to football-
related activity for the Raider and
Cougar squads.
Things are different this year, much
to the chagrin of their coaches. Hills-
borough County is enforcing regula-
tions that will prevent the county
schools from participating in summer
camps, such as the one that Plant City
and Durant went to at USF last

"Because a camp like that is not
school-sanctioned, it's not covered by
insurance so there are liability con-
cerns," said Durant head coach Mike
As a result, the county will not let
schools use uniforms which it issues -
no pads, no helmets. The expense is
too much for schools to shoulder, even
in the case of powerhouse Armwood.
"That's about 300 plays of live foot-
ball, physical play against other teams
that we will be missing out on," said
Plant City head coach Kevin Kelley.
"You can't simulate that."
Both Kelley's Raiders and Gottman's
Durant team can use all the game-type
experience they can get as both groups

are young. Both were on the losing end
of their halves of play in the jamboree
last Thursday at Newsome High.
Armwood handled Plant City, 17-0,
in the first half, with Marquise Brown
running for two touchdowns. In
December, the Hawks lost by a touch-
down to Florida-bound quarterback
Tim Tebow and Nease High, as Arm-
wood was gunning for its third straight
state title.
Then, in the second half, Newsome,
coached by former Durant player Ken-
neth Hiscock, took care of the Cougars,
21-7. Durant scored its only points in
the last minute. Newsome ran for
nearly 200 yards of offense and added
68 yards through the air.
"We looked like an inexperienced

team," Gottman said. "The only way to
get things worked out is to play, and we
can't go to camp."
Last year, Durant sent about 50 play-
ers to USF. To Gottman's knowledge,
only Hillsborough and Lee counties
are under the uniform restrictions and
thus are shut out of participating. The
time at the camp equates to 10 extra
practices. Last year, Gottman esti-
mates there were 700 players at the
camp, with the number knocked down
to about 500 this year.
However, Gottman said the team
will be able to work out off the field, in
the weight room for conditioning.
From May 31 to June 22, every Monday
through Thursday, the facilities will be
open from 7:45 to 10 a.m.

Raider Softball

Two members of the Plant
City High softball team have
made official their plans to
further their playing days at
the collegiate level. And they
won't be very far from one
another. Brittany Brown and
Mackenzie Dawson both
signed letters of intent during
a ceremony held last week at
the school.
Dawson will pitch for
Eckerd College in south St.
Petersburg while Brown is
going to St. Pete College, for-
merly known as St. Pete Junior

Players Dawson, Brown To Continue Playing Careers In College
College. vous," she Suncoast Conference this ball diamond, but did have a
In Daw- ..o i said. "They season. noticeable improvement this
son's case the were still Eckerd's athletic program season, finishing 15-38 after a
signing was playing their has only in the last year gained dreadful 5-40 performance
long in the 4,- season so he enough resources to allow the season before. In 2004,
making since 1 could only softball scholarships to be Eckerd was 0-24 in Sunshine
she basically come to a awarded. The timing could State Conference games.
agreed to go : I practice. He not have worked out better for Eckerd coach Kristie Delk
to Eckerd in .' just wanted Dawson. came away impressed after
November. -, me to be my "Back in 10th grade I looked she watched Dawson pitch for
Butfor Brown, Dawson Brown regular self, at Eckerd, but they didn't have her club team, the Florida
getting a full do what I do scholarships so I quit look- Maniacs out of Auburndale, at
ride to play at every prac- ing," said Dawson, who was a tournament in Clearwater.
softball in college was a recent tice." not only Plant City's top Delk was a former All-Ameri-
development. She decided on It was enough to convince pitcher but one of its better can pitcher at the small-col-
SPC two weeks ago. Lamport to offer a scholarship hitters. "This is the first year lege level, appearing in three
Brown's first meeting with to Brown, who hit .385 her they've had scholarships at all NAIA World Series and win-
SPC coach Lance Lamport was senior season for the Raiders. for softball, so when they ning two NCCAA national
tinged with a little bit of pres- Brown said she was also con- offered, heck yes I said yes." championships.
sure. Lamport came to scout sidering a scholarship from Dawson liked Eckerd for its If anything, the Tritons
Brown at a practice, not a Hillsborough Community pre-vet school program as need pitching help. Their
game. College. well. The Tritons have not
"Yeah, I was a little bit ner- St. Pete College won the been outstanding on the soft- See SOFTBALL, Page 27

MAY 25, 2006 THE COURIER 27

Op Soccer Playoffs Get Under Way

Staff Report
The first week of postseason
play in the PCPRD/Optimist
Youth Soccer program had
several upsets, none bigger
than the one that happened
Monday night in the under-10
boys tourney.
After going through the
regular season 7-0 and out-
scoring their opponents 28-2,
the Bobcats found themselves
tied 2-2 through regulation
against the Cosmos. In the
overtime shootout, it was all
Cosmos, 4-1, and the Cosmos
advanced to the quarterfinals.
Elain Espinoza had both of the
Cosmos' goals during regula-
tion and added one in the
shootout, while Jorge Flores
and Travis Rainey scored for
the Bobcats.
In other games Monday, the
Leopards, who won the Ame-
rican Division with a 6-0-1
record, shot past the Raiders,
7-2, on the strength of two
goals each from Cole Brumbe-
loe and Ivan Castro; the Row-
dies blanked the Jaguars 3-0;
the Celtics topped the Flames;
and Ian McCauley had three
goals as the Bandits beat the
Cyclones 8-0. Up next for the
Cosmos (4-3-2) is a game
Friday against the Lions, who
beat the Rampage 8-0.
The under-10 girls tourna-
ment starts tonight, with the
Courage (6-1) as the top seed
out of 10 teams. However, the
Courage did suffer their first
loss on Saturday, 3-2, to the
Tigers, who are in second
place at 5-1-1.

All of the tourney action
takes place at the Otis M.
Andrews Sports Complex.
Also starting up Monday
were the under-12 boys and
girls, and another top seed
was knocked off as the 6-1
Fusion lost 1-0 in overtime to
Heat in the girls' bracket. Mar-
issa Cooper had the only goal
of the game for the Heat, who
play the United next Tuesday
in a semifinal. Daisy Carvajal
scored three times for the
United in their 4-0 win over
the Pride. Also in the semifinal
are the Express and the Free-
Two U12 boys teams went
7-0 to clinch first-round play-
off byes. The Clash will play
the Flash tonight in a quarter-
final after the Flash edged the
Mutiny 2-1, with Matthew
Garcia getting both goals.
Another matchup tonight pits
the Wizards (6-1) against the
Crew, who got four goals from
Rudy Echeverria in topping
the Metrostars 6-1 on Monday.
The 7-0 Rapids meet the
Vikings and the 6-0-1
Revolution will play the Fire in
the quarterfinals at the bottom
half of the bracket.
Starting last week were the
under-15 and the under-19
brackets. The top four teams
in the U15 league are into next
week's semifinals. The Semi-
noles improved to 7-0-1 by
beating the Spirit 7-0. George
Perez scored a hat trick. Next
Tuesday, the 'Noles face the
Sidekicks (7-2), who own wins
of 6-2 and 5-0 in the playoffs,
getting five goals from
Damaso Pineda. The 7-1 Strik-
ers edged the Spartans 3-2
and will face the Stealth next.

Continued From Page 26

most-used hurler had an
earned-run average of 3.91
last season with a not-too-
strong ratio of one strikeout
every three innings.
Juco championship update
The National Junior College
championship was decided at
Plant City Stadium last week.
The 16 best teams in the
country participated in the,
three-day event, culminating
in Pima Community College
winning the title, 3-2, over
Gulf Coast on Saturday.
Pima, from Arizona, came
in as the No. 4 national seed.
Temple College (Texas) was
ranked No. 1 with a 52-3
record coming in, but lost its
first game in extra innings to
the No. 16 seed, Louisburg

College (N.C.). Temple then
needed to go 14 innings in its
second game to stay alive,
beating North Idaho College,
Gulf Coast eliminated
Temple Friday night. Gulf
Coast also took out the No. 2
team, Indian River CC.
Pima, which defeated
defending champion Central
Arizona in its regional final,
finished with a 59-10 record.
Also of note was Eastern
Oklahoma State's Marjorie
Johnson setting the NJCAA
record for strikeouts in a
season with 472.
She struck out 12 Temple
batters in her team's finale, a
4-0 loss. In all, 30 games were
played during the tourna-

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Gilberto Simon scored three
goals last Thursday as the
Stealth edged the Spurs, 4-3.
The girls' semifinals are
tonight and both top teams
are on track to advance to the
Last week, Estela Antunez
had three goals for the first-
place Stars as they blanked the
Sparks 6-0. The second-place
Screamers nipped the Sound-
ers 2-1 to advance to a
semifinal game against the
And in the under-19 group,
another top seed was beaten
early when Everton, which
finished the regular season 5-
1-1, was blown out by Totten-
ham 7-2. Rogelio Salgado had
five goals.
Newcastle is the top seed in
the group and is scheduled
Tuesday to play the Liverpool-
Man United winner.

KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
The children in the U6 and U8 age groups do not have
tournaments at the end of their youth soccer seasons, but they
boast the most teams, with 23 in the U6 and another 22 more in
the U8. The Penguins and Owls both finished up with perfect 7-
0 records and the Blue Jays and Martins went 6-1 in the under-8
league. The Ducks had the unusual final record of no losses but
four ties (3-0-4). No scores are kept in the U6 league.

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meor your business. olddisplaycases Associates Inc., Brok- er. 20 colors in stock all AccenTs n u b Brohill, brannd new! o rig.
ttory1 rs & Auctio accessories. Quick turn Bed $10v. For Sale $1500 obo.
r A(NCAL #7560) Roa- around. Deliver Gulf Brand name Qu Glass end table & coffee
733-r342 noKe, VA (800)151-3588. Coast SupVly & Manu- pillowtop set, new in table. (727) 470-3223.
INJURED! ACCIDENT! ft Appliances 1) Thinkingeof having f ,0335a- plastic w/ wrnty, can DINING Room Table,
PERSONAL INJURY a garage sale? el 813-870-0070 Leaf 8 chairs & Hutch.
HURT.. NEGLIGENCE APPLIANCES-ABSOLUTE Now is a great u iwne to editeeras / Photo King Set $185 Excellent Condition.
now 24 hrs A-A-A AT- Delivery. Woody's into cash. One call to our Supplies new in plastic w/wrn.y, 813-681-7684
TORNEY Referral Serv- Appliances, $74.5Oup. Classified department 1'1can del 813-833-1145
ice (800)733-5342. 7604 Broadwfay 626-7787 exposes your ad to the CAMERA, NIKON DIX
Speak to a lawyer now! 8307 Armenia 933-8288 entire community. We'll Extra batteries, charg- Full Set $90
Fre.ect yoA r a Rcid ts. NaAPPLIANCES even help you get started ers, 2 lens, $1500. Full sz matt set new in All wood, cherry or oak,
Fee. An accitenris a Se- Ahan13-453-3860 plastic w/wrnt can del lighted w/beveled glass
rious Matter. Refrngs, stoves washers with a handy Garage Sale g13-251-3134 e doors, accommodates
& dryers. $74150 & up. Kit, full of helpfulhints 13-251-3134 up to 65" wide screen
Classifieds thanks you Gidden's Appliances and pricing stickers for For a good buy, Turn to Classifieds youe T VCost $3200, NEVER
6201E. Broadway. you to use in your sale. US ED sell for $1550.
fur year business. 813-620-1590 Classifieds gives you all sCpndeliv 813-924-1326

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FURN. All like new, must
see. Couch w/ ottoman.
Compl. BR set. Hi-top tbI
w/4 stools & more. Don't
miss this! 813-468-7200
FURN. Household, Lake
Magdalene, All upscale
hi-end, 6 pc. cherry ent.
retail $6K, sell $2800.
Lane Ithr sectional re-
tail $5K, sell $1999. 10
pc Paradisio dining rm
set, retail $6K, sell
$3800. 4 pc Italian Ithr
sofa, love chr & otto-
man, retail $5K sell
$2600. 813-478-8995

Full size, 9 layer
mattress new in box,
cost $525, sell $185
LIVING room, dining
room & misc. furniture,
Antique sewing ma-
chine, washer & dryer &
other misc. items. 813-
229-6966, 300-6966.
Living Room Furniture,'
Ashley. Matching sofa.
loveseat & recliner,
Tables & Lamps. $1 ,400
obo. Call 813-961-6086.
LIVING Room Set. 3 pc.
dk blue., ofa. loveseat
Srecliner.new. I lr Ask.
,ig 5750. Call for info.
Must seer 7?7.642-8336

Logan's Wholesale
40 70% Off Entire Stock

Brand name pillowtop
set, new in fact plastic
w/wrntycan del.
Mattress $125
Absolute bargain. '
Orthopedic Pillowt op
wQueen or Full Mat Set,
ew in plastic warr.
can del. 813-477-9019
King Size $195
1 set, double sided pil-
low top, with warranty.
Never used. Can deliver.
King set-$345.
Queen set $275
Full set-$240
MOVING Entertainment
Cntr 53" Sony tv Sony
Sound Suround Weceiv-
er DVD & VCRpd $6,500
$2500 813- 996-3334
SECTIONAL, leather, 6 pc
with queen sleeper 2
recliners. Perfect! $2500
obo. Boys & Girls rooms
also. (727) 686-1844
A cuddly companion
could be yours. We've
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Sofa & chair $195
Sofa Sleeper $159
Queen No Flip Mattress
Set $169
GE Washer & Dryer $295
GE Refrigerator $195
GE Stove $159
4 pc Bedroom Set $339
PLANT CITY 863-666-1735
Sofa-Sleepers, section -
als, loveseats. Lots of
choices. Don't find your-
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3854 S Dale Mabry,
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TABLE w/4 Chairs, Beau-
tiful Bronze, 43"
Wrought Iron, Round.
WALL UNIT custom oak,
$700. Toshiba big scrn
TV, Robb & Stucky
armoire $250. Sleeper
sofa w/recl. love seat,
$100. 7pc king bedrm
set, all woo, $650.
Dro p leaf dining rm tbl
w/ chrs, $200. GE space
saver micro $50. Bakers
rack & wood bookcas-
es. Call for ics, make
an offer. 813-932-8457
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SALE! Furniture, Dinette
set, hshold goods, etc!
1137 Carmichael Place
Bracewell Dr, Sat, May
27, 8am-2pm, TV, Com-
puter, Lots of Misc &
Household Items
PLANT CITY. 3025 Spring
Hammock Dr Sat, May
27. 8AM-2PM, Merging
households, Furniture,
Appliances, TV Decora-
tive Items.
Construction and home
maintenance supplies for
sale to benefit Habitat
for Humanity Plant City
PLANT City Fri & Sat
5/26-27th 7-? 1407 West
McGee LLadro, vintage
jewelry, hats, & dolts,
Coke items, furniture.
Mclntosh Rd, May 26-27
& 28 8AM-5PM. Annual
clean-out sale. It's
yours priced right.
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$1500/obo 813-973-3108
(.Jewelry & Watches))
Mens & Ladies
Also Movados
Great gifts!
Call Rob 813-786-3268

f Lawn & Garden 11
John Deere sit down-
riding, LT155. New blade
& new belts. $1500.
Call (813) 545-1910.
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TD 15C
13' blade with root rake
$5,500 obo
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Price, Loving Family, &
camper, $75, 764-8173
WHIRLPOOL heavy duty
almond washer $100.


30 THE COURIER MAY 25,2006
[ Medical Equipment)) ((Miscellaneous For Sale)) [((Miscellaneous Wanted)) (( Nurseries & Trees )) (( Sporting Goods )) Store Fixtures 1(( Dogs )) (( Dogs ) ([ Fruit & Vegetables)
zy 1122w/Synergy Seat Shutters (Used) S. Fl. 10K, 14K, 18KAny Ca- 45 GAL 4" CAL, 14'..$75 CHAMPIONGun Safes Blood line Re, Parents PUpp S 4 Sale You pick $3 Ib. Bring
& Roho Cushons 12,000 approved, alum/GS, 35" rate. Broken Gold, 25GAL, 3" CAL, 12'..$50 NEW ARRIVALS! SHELVING, Showcases, on prem. M $500 F $650 Items for your hard container Open 9-5
New. 2 Yrs Old, GC to 128" long $11 to $50. Scrape Gold. Any Cond. 15GAL, 2" CAL, 8'..$25 WAREHOUSE SAVINGS Clothes Racks. Grid& Ready 6/12/06 Taking Yupp~Pupsnowin closed Mon & Fri Land
$4,950 813-732-1851 per panel, 813-864-1880 We Pay Top Dollar. Call 748-8641 Reg #47220672 Many Brands Available Slat Wall. Hardware & Dep. 813-759-9497 stock Park Ave. Puppy O'Lakes 813.996.6450
Us First 813-900-6429 Tampa Safe Exchange Glass, Much More. 813-662-2592
SCOOTER, Jet 3 Power MEMORY FOAM ALL LIVE Oak trees 3 Gallon. 8267 Causeway BlvdSteA 813-628-4332 W#1701052 CHIHUAHUA CKC Reg. 9 Lic# P06062440
Chair, built-in battery VISCO New Orthopedic (Musical instruments Average4 ft. tall. $5 813-935-9800 663-9888 wks males only. HC, 1st BLUEBERRIES
w/plug-in charger, new NASA Mattresses 20 (Musical InstrumentSj each. Minimum $200. Web ID# 1685639 ick&Buv shots. $300 FIRM RAT Terrier Pups UKCI SHADY OAKS Farmyou-
$6,000, now $950. Also Year Warranty Cost You load. #47231588o m ,.'- 863-419-1502 Lovable Rare colors Ti- pick we-pick,3320 Shady
car lift. 941-722-3222 $1995, sell, $399 Queen; BANJO, tenor, super rare! Farm -(863) 802-4643 863-512-0027 nyToys-minis $350&up ak r East akeland of
S $499 K sizes vintage 1919 Fairbanks ICK (352) 591-2271 www. Knights Griffin Rd. 5 mi w
WHEELCHAIR, Electric available. Fast Free Vega (little wonder). ******TROPICALS****** (( Tickets J CHIHUAHUA Pups Pure- mccartysratterriers.com of hwy 98 n 863-512-1547
Pride Mobilit Jet 1, red, Florida Delivery Origi- exc. cond. $675. Mango *Avacado COLT MKIV45$69999 bred 2 females $450.00
greatt con9on. $800 nalTempur-Pecrfrom 727-525-2243 G ec Poodle RAT IR $699. Guaranteed Best GuavaapLychee*pXD9 k' vetAchehke',us also e ATERRIERS, Imae, Bl berries P
9130.t (83)n920-355 $69e uaranteedBst 2 *524*u.e CSLBUCS /RAYS hy Blueberries U PIC
Price! Elec. GUITAR, Gibson ES335, Adonidia Travelers* 52 .99. Kahr CW-9 ALLGAMES, call anytime avail. 813-783-6807 short e will be less Bonita Dr. imauma
S Adjustables- 24hr. Toll Mahogany, excellent Triangle Sindle 499.99. Kahr CW-9 79 any e than $275 each For Info
(MiscellaneousFor Sale) fre) e 1-866-476-0289; condition. $2,695. Bismark* Foxtail 813-685-2612 813-787-1260 CHIHUAHUAS 3-M, cash.813-80-6916 Call (813) 645-8100
Store Numbers: E5125 Sunburst $1295. #4722415 813-884-1927 HUNT CLUBOcalaarea,mo er31bac
#1 Steel Building Source Hillsborough 813-889- Lakeland, 863-680-148 #4722415813-8841927 HUNTCLUBOcalaM- standard 6 b -M SAINT Bernards, Little U-PICK BLUEBERRIES
iai ue9020Pinelas727-733- WOW gro a, deer & m teacup, 2-Mup t 61b, Beethovens long hair, $1.001b 7-days 7a-7p
tural/ esidental. 9334, Sarasota 941-929- GUITAR, Taylor 914CE, 6 Below wholesale price ogs 250/Buying BUC & sine hcert.shoblockheads, parentso n 3.6 mbeni ton Ave Hud- 19.
Since 1980er! tCall for Hon 7570; Polk 863-299-4711; st r in g, cut a way, 30 galcrepes $50 352-31-199,843me8993 er. season Tix Suer Bowl& sin $450 obo. 813 1587 premises, Ready son. 3.6 mi E. of U19.dberries
esty and Inteity! All Dade 305-651-0506; acoustic/electric. n- 15a crepes $25 4 9 ami er CHIHUAHUAwhCKCurag
Sizes! 1-888-B25-7755 Broward 954-364-4989. played w/case. $3400 Most plants 4 o Miami 727-290-2216 CHIHUAHUAS,CKC reg. corn 727-808-7745
www.mattressdr.com 937-313-9338 Sarasota 472286 813-76u-3210 HUNT CLUB, SE Alabama, health checked, tiny, SHAR-PEI PUPPIES U-PICK Blueberries. All
ALL STEEL BUILDING Member BBB 4 8 1 -7 Barbour County, family o brde & wh M, aso LH M&F, mini &.standard d-PICKBlueberries. All
SALE! "Plus Free B- PIANO Baldwin Uprht oriented, stans & food TM/F smooth coat. Call AKC, health guarantee day Sat & Sun and after
nus!" 20x32 Now $4100. $$ PAID for WATCHES Royal cherry, excelent Office Equipment/ ltsnied (3) m Lenny 813-610-7610 $400 and 700ay
25x42 $6200. 30x52 pocket & worst GOLD condition. Beautiful. Furniture/Supplies ers 40063-43--012 FORKLIFT-TAMPnce 1974 Pa rkliftSvc AH 1-941-922-5244 216 KirkandRdDove
$9800. 40x82 $18,400E silver ee Dia-$320011 Rentals, New Used Toys available SHELTIE PUPS-WOW
Manys an d S mod Call Da- $3200 or 83-443-3182 since 1974. Parts, 3c.0 CHIHUAHUA Te & 813-986-4141
End s/aces o mods Call Ge olo0gist0 BUY OR SELL HUNT ELK, Red Sta% Buf- Sales & Racking. -31 N $70 CKC re. Health Adorable fluf balls, (( Hay & Grain )
o SAM-BUY OR SELL falo, Whitetail, Fallow- 40th St. 813-623-5251 cer ts. Cal Juli: ooklike mini Collies.
tionaL Pioneer PIANO RENTALS Off i c e / b us i n ess Guaranteed hunting li- 813-316-8030 Great familypets. O
(800)668-5422. PIANOS, Yamaha C-3, WITH OPTIONTO BUY equipment & furniture. ce $500 Season Table Saw- Sears Crafts- 813-316-8(32) 793-151 at Hay, resh Cut, In
black, Exc cond. $9000. $25/mo Lowst rates in DVDs, laptops & more. 8/25/06-3/31/07. We man 10". 20x27" Table, CHINESE Shar-Pei pup-
A+PO HEATRS BaldwinonBaby Grand FL BECKER PIANO 81-223-9790 have a No-Game-No Pay Not portable. Heavy pies females SHIH TZU AKC Great B
Pump or Gas. Complete $3900. 727-323-3168 813-837-3632policy. Book now! Days table, accurate. $250obo. (863 859-0567 cuddly pets F $600; M 352-521-6260
Do-t-Yourself heater 39 72723368 FURNITUREFineoffice 314)209-9800; Evenings Call 352-666-7363.863559-6572 $500. paper trend. POP, 352-521-6260
kits. Phone quotes,in- POOL TABLE, solid SAXOPHONES, Vintage furniture $200-$600. Ex. (314)293-0610. Free Vid- HC. 863-647-1136 Horses & Cattle
stallations most areas. wood, 8' excalibur pro, Conn model 10M, tenor, ecutive Desk, secretary eo and Brochure. Tools Call after 6 p.m. Horses & Cattle
1-800-796-0951 K-66 rails, in rate, wall lady face. Martin type- reception desk & chairs, CORGI/PEMBROKE AKCp.m.
www.SolarDirect.com rack6 p t, c din- andtenor NKiobet woodeve 813-961-8388 Pool Table $1150 AUTO REPAIR SHOP Puppies & adults, health SIBERIAN WOLFDOG 4 yr old beautiful reg
c e inqu re 1%00. 813-600-659 clarinet & tin E flat STEELCASE 900& 800 4x8 Pro Seris, all wood, E UIP ME N T brake ces Read Now. PUPS, breeding cert, Tenn. Walker Philly,
d. Dealer Inquiries Wel- $1 00. 813-600-6590 c td s er Lateral 1 slate, leath ata, AC machine, 727-856-241 vet t-, shotsguar. & sorrell w/flaxen mane &
com REDUCE YOUR CABLE Best offer 727-525-2243 Files -30" $250. 36" ball & claw feet, worth trans ceflushing ch COTON DE TULEAR PUPS, howling.zoomshare.com mustsell moving, $2500
ARCADE Games Sale, Pac BILL! Get a 4-Room All- $300. 42"$350. $4K, All new in crate, life- wheel balancer. Electri- "lctrElityLre, rare breed, b o vi5-766 27
Man, Shooting pames, Digital Satellite system TROMBONE, Bach, Call 727-647-2170 time warranty. Can delr& cal checking & charging ea. ,rper d
ARD m amea L et4osom TOMBOEBa c Car746is ove c mar pes STANDARD POODLES, obo352796-682
Sports Games,& Juke installed for Free and Stradivarius, 42B, large setup. 813-477-9019 machine & more Call- cities see pics www. AKC, champion & OFS, APP Geldin 11years old,
Boxes Service Also programming starting tenor, trggr, STEELCASE & HERMAN s contentedpuppies.com bloodlines, non shed- 14.1 hands. Palomino
Available 813-293-6836 under $20. Free Digital exc. cond.$900 Miller Workstations, All P Tae 1 48 t 352-220-0351 ding, hypoallergenic, Gelding, 6yrs old, 14.3
Video Recorders to new 727-525-2243 sizes. Lowest Prices! rooia l14 Utility Buildings / $800 & up 386-364-8345 hands. Sorrel Gelding,
BATHTUB REFINISHING.. callers So Call Now. 1- Stan 813-966-1072 almost Pro Series 1" Tourna- Trailers DACHSHUND 6 month old 10 yrs oldrrel G151 hands.
.Renew/Change Color. 800-795-7279 VINTAGECITYGUITARS.C newworkstations.com ment slate, K66 100% S Male, Healthy lovable, WEIMARANER Adults, Black Gelding, 10 yrs.
Tub, Tile, Sink & Chip OM Will Pay Cash For gum rubber rails, dia- Current on all shots, 2 F, 1 M, AKC Reg with old, 15.3 hands. All ride
Repair. commercial& RENT-A-GEEK On-site & Old Fender, Gibson, Mar fi mond sights, carved 16' x 6.3ft almost new $225 mother on prem- papers can be bred, reat. $2000 each. 941-
Residential. Syrs. War- Remote Support, Virus tin Guitars, any Condi- Restaurant / Hotel cabinet, new in box nevy- Trailer with ramp. Tan- ises 352-457-1288 $00 each, Cash. 776-0455
ranty. Quick Response, & Spyware Removal, tion, Buy/Sell/Trade! | Equip. er used. Cost $3200, sell dem axels with electric 863-537-1281
Insured. Serving Florida Harware & Software Honest/Reliable www, $1150. Can deliver brakes. $1800 or best ENGLISH SPRINGER APPS (2) Flashy. Mare
Over 10yrs. "Florida's Repair, Network Design VintageCityGuitars.com Largo Restaurant 813-924-1 offer813-361-1344 SPANIELS, AKC, $575- WEST Highlands Terrier in fold good riders,
Tub Doctor." 1-888- & etup, etc... Custom 1-800-574-6380 E ment $675: 1F, SM, Ready Pups (Westie) AKC, Mare ican be reg)-
TubDoctor. 888- &Setup,etc... Custom. 1-800-m74-6380 E pent 5X10' landscaping trailer June 7th TaKin c POP. MF $190,Geli $2500
686-9005 er Reviews on 1765 Clearwater/Largo POOL Table, Antiq with trimmer racks, in e 7th Takin Depos- health certs, POP. M/F. $1900 Gelding $200
Su er a es.com! Eng- VIOLINS $100, German Rd Clearwatr FL POOL Table Antique, with trimmer racks, in its. 813-t32-4254 $500-$600. 386-208-1323 w/tack 813-961-4066
"DISNEY CLOSEOUT lis / abalmos $150. Viola $150. Cellos Call: (727)581-9293 Bearunswick 4$12' x 95.. firm. Ceat condition askin or 386-647-6293. ARABIAN Mare 15 H, 14
SALE" 'Book Now!!!' 3 Espanol. $319. Cases & Bows. 589293 Beautiful!! $1295. 800 firm. Call awn a GERMAN SHEPHERD pupARABIAN Mare 15 H, 14
Days/2 Nights & 2 www.Geeksoc.com 1- Mandolins $120. Guitars We have Hoods, Walk-in 813-868-0638 813-621-0077 pies AKC, HC, shots. WESTSCOTT 8wks old, 5 yrs, sorrel, well trained,
Disney IDay Tickets. 866-601-4907 $150. Trumpets Flutes & Coolers, Mixers, Stoves, Parents on Premises, females, 4males small, exp rider, good home
Only $119.00. Free Shut- Clarinets $199. Rentals Fry Griddles, POOL-TABLE Brunswick, 5 F's, 1 M, black & tan. vet checked, shots. only 1200.
tie & Breakfast. Call 1- STEEL BUILDINGS: 4 only & del avail, repairs, (813) Charbroilers, Sandwic months od, nswck $375. (863)425-5804 $300. 813-850-2949 or 813-927-4960
800-749-4045 Ext 101. 25x30, 30 x40, 45x80, 655-6554 727-945-9427 Prep Coolers, Pizza 5,000 NewCKC, 813-659-9337 Boer Goats, re., 97 &
www.Trip2orlandoUSA. 80x150 Must MoverGOLDENDOODLES CKC Boer Goats, re%., 97% &
com Now! Selling forMPal- Prep Coolers, Pizza Now Only $1,300 obo GUALITYD ps, CH and YORKIE PUPS 98.5% largeConed,.
EN M R K aoweld 800-41- ( Nurseries & Trees ovens, Deli Cases, Mea 941-284- 526 .FA.howar spuoppy Adorable bundles of ault does andkids.
ENGAGEMENT Ring14K 9262 X 71 CaSaw, Meat Grndersn
Heart Shapped .9Carat BLUEBERRY Plants $2. Meat Saw Meat Tender- POOL Table, outside, up. Call 386-364-8345 Will stealoour heart up 352-544-0760
I color, SI-2 Clarity ***SUizers, Beer Keg. Coolers, was bought 5/21/05 Paid $800-1000352-793-1551 n upt35 2-4 -00
$2 000 Pictures & Lamps and rentals. CR 39 S. Lithia, Bottle Coolers, Bai $2600 sac. $1300.7'x4' GOLDEN Retriever AKC Quarter Horse -$500,
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the highest bidder or as soon thereafter as the erty upon which such teet to the northwest PALMA CEIA AREA- Open FLORAL CITY 1998 3br,
otherwise disposed of on matter may be heard, in costs were incurred, corner of premises House Blow Out Sale. ST. ANDREWS 2ba, 2cg pool home on
Friday, May 26, 2006 at the Sadye Gibbs Martin heretofore sold on 1 & 2 Bed Condos Only ESTATES 2.3ac, move-in cond.
3:00 PM. Auditorium of the Nettie Section 2, The City contract to one Cromp; 10 Left! FREE Maint. Luxurious home with 1800sf living, $379K. See
Berry Draughon Munici- Commisssion will hold a thence southerly and at for 1st 6 months. 100% lots of elbow room in infotube.net/141176
# 15-LOCKLEAR pal Building, 302 West public hearing in relation approximately right finance avail on site. side & out! Appraised 352-793-7254/860-2303
Old Camper Reynolds Street (City thereto, at which time angles to said State OAC. 3206 W. Azeele St. $262,000. NOW
f 145-LOCKLEAR Hall), Plant City, Florida. the owners of said prop- Highway a distance of REAL ESTATE $240,000. 813-633-6747 HOMOSASSA 2 story 3br
Desk TV, Dresser erty, shall have an op- 128 feet to an iron stake FINANCIAL SOUTH Tampa, Bayshore 3ba Log abin
#112-CASTRO Section 3. That the City portunit to show cause driven in the ground in SERVICES priced to sell, 2br, den, w/attached lbr ba In-
2 Water Coolers & Clerk shall forthwith fur- why such demolition and the southerlyline of Lot 3ba condo, Monte East Pasco law Apt. 1 Acre Fenced,
Misc Items nish a copy of this reso- removal should not be No. 102 as shown on said Busi f alCarlo Towers incredible 28x40 Gar, Buy Owner
# 103-BUTLER lution by certified mail to ordered on June 26, 2006 map, thence westerly Business for Sale J ) mortgages Bayshore view. DADE CITY. Hill top home $229,000. 352-628-7167
Furn, Gun Cabinet Nora Green, 1004 W. Ball at 7:30p.m., or as soon and approximately 813-805-0540 3br 2ba, 2000 sf, 1 acre,
4# 210-RADD Street, Plant City, Florida thereafter as the matter parallel to the southern MAKE BIG $$$ ON THE 100% HOME FINANC- huge grandfather oak, ( erando
Furn Misc Boxes and Stephanie reen, may be heard, in the line of State highway No. SUNBELT MIGRATION! ING! Regardless of cred- HURRY! Only 2 units left. fruit trees, upscale a
# 127-WASDbEN 1107 W. Madison Street, Sadye Gibbs Martin Au- 31, along and on the Moving & Storage co. + it! All situations consid- 2br, 2.5ba condos Best area. Newly remodeled
Furn, Excercise Plant City, Fl 33563. ditorium of the Nettie southerly line of part of land. 25 yrs. vibrant biz ered! Purchase /Refi- value in Hyde Pk/Soho $295k. 813- 10-9328 SPRING HILL-3br, 2ba,
Bike Berry Draughon Munici- Lot No. 102 and Lot No. nets $500k+ yr. Nat'l nance & Lease area. Open Sat/Sun 1-3. 2cr a1+acres, new tile
#303-BATTS Section 4. A copy of this pal Building, 302 West 103 a distance of 80 feet franchise, outside RV & Options! Consolidate 601 S. Abany. Realtors pli Wataerfrnct ) a fia des, paint
Refrig, Water resolution shalbe post- Reynolds Street (City to the southwest corner boat storage. Turn-key, Bills / Cash Out! Imme- welcome. 8 3-781-1969 errant an other uraes
Heater ed on the property ocat- Hall), Plant City, Florida. of Lot No. 103 as shown room to expand $4.85m diate Loan Approvals! Asking i -39T,000
# 323-WESTMORELAND ed at 1323 East Dr. Mar- on said map; thence Arthur Kowitz .Realty Apply Online Nrhwt @ HUDSON Gulf waterfront 352-79-3934
Furn Wet-Dry Vac tin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Section 3. That the City northerly along and on (386)212-1557 WestshoreMortgage.co I( Northwest )J on deep water canal, 5-. 94
t 332-NEWhERRY Clerk shall forthwith fur- the westerly line of said m, 813-854-2300, Ext. 66 2br, 2ba, lcg, priced be- i ,u.
Furn Misc Boxes Section 5. The City Clerk nish a copy of this reso- Lot No. 103, a distance of f Business Licensed Mogage CARROLLWOOD, built in low appraisal Moving,. .
# 415-ROSE shall publish a copy of lution by certified mail to 128 feet to the place of Business Broker) 2004,3br, 2.5 ba, + den, must sell.
Furn Golf Clubs this resolution in the Florence McDuffie beginning, containing Opportunities 2cg, 2 story, new gran- 727-580-2448 ZEPHYRHILLS
# 429-OXENDINE Courier, issue of May 25, Boderick 8713 Morrison within said bounds tRe BUYSELLER HELD i ne ood ami- New Lenar home, 4br,
Washer, Furn 2006 Oak Ct., temple Terrace, above described ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Doortages. I Pay Top nate floor. Gated comm. LUTZ, 4/2/2 Waterfront, 2ba,2cg, all appis, short
S432-THOMAS Fl 33637; Kathy premises by quantity of Do You Earn $800 in a Dollar. Closing within $299,000 813-404-4728 caged pool large back- ride to ampa. Priced to
Furn Misc Items Section 6. All persons are Boderick 8713 Morrison land, more or less. I s Day? 30 Machines and 48 hours. Private Money. red on cul-de-sac sell. $268,000.
# 433-BAKER advised that if a person Oak Ct., temple Terrace, the intention hereby to Free Candy All For Call Gerald Danley. NORTHDALE3br + den PEN SUN MAY 21-2:00- 727460-9757
Furn, Tub, Misc decides to appeal any Fl 33637; Birdie Ricks convey all of Lot No. 103 $9,995. Call 1-888-753- 813-985-8885 2.5 ba, bit. '04, lots of 4:00pm, 1622 Glen Oak
Items decision made by the 3338 Mt. Olive Roadast and part of Lot No. 102. 3430 AIN#BO2000033 upgrades! $3 59,900 Dr $359,900
# 438-KAISER City Commission with re- Point, Ga 30344; Barbara as shown on said map. Call Us: We Will Not Be Northdale to R on Polk
Small refrig, Furn spect to any matter con- Cunningham, 1444 40th Being a part of the Undersold! Silverhill, R on Rock- (( Vacation Properties
446-REMY sidered at such meeting Street, West Palm Beach, premises conveyed by ford, R on Woodacre to
Lawn Mower, Fish- he will need a record of FI33467; Gloria Dam ier, Gladys Fink to Herman G. ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE 4121, 813-431-4401 CiiPLestr atLake ATTENTION
in Rods, Small AC the proceedings, and for 142 Granada Street, oy- St. Pierre and Grace E. Do you earn $800/day? Open Sat-Sun 1-3 ssimmee2br house HANDYMAN
# 449-CKHAM such purpose he may al Palm Beach, Fl 33411 St. Pierre by Warranty 30 Machines, Free Can- 1 on nice lot. w/deedeed Palmetto Bend,
Misc Items need to ensure that a and Charles Butler, 1618 Deed dated November 8, dy All for $9,995. North East & boat slip $105K Bradley meJunctio BendPolk
# 525-LOPEZ verbatim record of the Avenue Q., Ft Pierce, Fl 1945 and recorded in (8 8 8 ) 6 2 9 9 9 6 8 813-478-3018 Bradey JunctienePolk
Blower Vac, Misc proceedings is made, 34950. Madison County Clerk's B02000033. CALL US: New Tampa J City 3/1 Quiet Neigb'd
Boxes which record includes Office on November 8th, We will not be under- REAL ESTATE Only $64,900. Aft $11K
# 619-HENDERSON the testimony and evi- Section 4. A copy of this 1945 in Liber 355 of sold! ((AL Condominiums Only $64,900 Aft $11K
Washer Misc Item dence upon which the resolution shallbe post- Deeds at page 16. FOR SALE INVESTOR SPECIAL! Repairs Worth $95,000
# 705-HEISTAND appeal is to be based. ed on thepropertylocat- Being the same parcel as ALL STEEL BUILDING
Washer, Dryer, ed at 1323 East Dr. Mar- that conveyed by lone SALE! "PLUS FREE BO- r 4707 Ashmore Dr, Tampa 24/7 info on this & others
Misc teams Section 7. In accordance tin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Robertsonoltto NUS!" 20x32 Now $4100. Real Estate Wanted) 4/2 blk Great Neighb' 888 364-2897
# 726-TAYLOR with the Americans with Clifford F. Brown and 25x42 $6200. 30x52 EMIBUYS.com
Roofing Shingles Disabilities Act any per- Section S. The City Clerk Ruth E. Brown by deed $9800. 40x82 $18,400. ANGELO BUYS HOUSES Only $129 900. Aft $12K
son with a disability re- shall publish a copy of dated July 3rd, 1973 Many sizes and models. Cash any condition. Repairs Worth $162,000! TAMPA Condos from
TAMMY VENABLE quiring reasonable ac- this resolution in the recorded on Jul 9th, Ends/accessories o Handyman, fire, dis- 30occ. o wner/Investored; Florida Real Estate ))
Manager commodation in order to Courier, issue of May 25, 1973 in the Madison tional. Pioneer 1-800- tressed, vacant, occu- 24/7 info on this & others $4 down. limit avial
participate in this meet- 2006 County Clerk's Office in 668-5422 pied. Anywhere in FL! 888 364-2897 $4K down limit. 3923125 ATENTION INVESTORS!
NO: 2956 5/25/2006 ng should call the City Book 672 of Deeds at Apts./ Comm., residen- EMIBUYS.com There are just some
NOTICEOFSALE Clerkat (813) 659-420 at Section 6. All ersons are page 879. ALSO ALL ATTENTION Florida resi- tial. No deal too RentedCondos.com properties worth look-
least 48 hours prior to advised that ifa person THAT TRACT OR PARCEL dents! Could you use big/small. Quick clos- USF -- New Ta a North ng at eveninavolat
Notice is hereby given the public hearing decides to appeal any OF LAND, situate in the some extra money? If ing. 1-800-SELL-181; 1- PEBBLE CREEK-FSBO Oaks Condo 2br 2ba real estate market, and
that on Sat, June 3,2006 Ap y decision made by the Town of Sullivan County so, request a free info 954-816-4363 5br, 3ba 2cg, 18910 Peb- ksFP ne W/D'CH&A wa this direct oceanfront
at 900 AMThe Finish Apoted by the City Com- City Commission with re- of Madison and tate of package and start earn- ble Run Way 2700sf, scr ter hete ile/capet condo in Daytona Beach
Line Collision Repair mission on May 22,2006. spect to any matter con- New York, being part of mg a reat income. Call Local Handyman looking pool, CHA, motivated asking$14k Shores is one of them.
Center, 401 E. Henderson sidered at such meeting Lot No. 116 in said Town (800)17-5340 (Call 24 to buy houses that need seller, $362,500. Owner 727-526-8978, 251-9101 This tastefullydecorat-
Ave, Tampa,FI 33602 will JOHN L. DICKS he will need a record of of Sullivan and known hours), work. Will also buy as- finance. 813-924-6637 7 ed, 2BR/2BA condo in a
conduct a sale of 1998 MAYOR-COMMISSIONER the proceedings, and for and distinguished as signment contracts. monthly-rental building
Mercury MsteVin# such purpose ne may Lots Nos. 101 and part of DATA ENTRY PROCESS- No Fees, Any Area or TEMPLE Terrace, Open ( Time Share )J is furnished, fullybar-
1MEFMB532WK61982 ATTEST: need to ensure that a Lot no. 102 as shown on ORS NEEDED! Earn Condition, Quick Clos- House Sun. 5/21 12-5pm, pointed andreay for
for $3500. to satifity lenm V RGE verbatim record of the a map of Larkin Cottage $3,500-$5,000 Weekly ing, Bring all Deals. Call Raintree development, **TIMESHIARE MADE you or your tenants to
for 0. fitein VIRGINI HELPER proceedings is made, LotsonOneidaLake at Workin from Home JimNagy813.843-2233 waterfront 4br & loft, 2.5 EASY* Discover points move in andenoythe
chrepair and storage CITY CLERK which record includes Lakeport, New York, Guaranteed Paychecks! ba, formal Dr & Lv, Fp, b Holiday. No ex- breathtaing Aantic
charges. the testimony and evi- made by C.F. Barow, No Experience Necessa- Ra Estate 241f. Ia cleHase r breathtaking4A[antic
menera 00n821 3- 5.Bya??tc8Iy6 chn HssOcean views. It is in
No: 2741 5/18;25, 2006 Approved as to form and dence upon which the surveyor and filed in, y! Positions Available $38,00013-85-686 than ed Weeks! Call move-incondition and
RESOLcorrectness: appeal isto be based. Madison Count Cler's today! Register Online Attn St. Pete & Tampa In-for Free Points Guide! won't last long. Call
RESOLUTION NO Office June 29,1923; said Now. vestors! I have 3 hand- s orough 1-800-348-0423 realtor David Fedor at
101-2006 KENNETH W. BUCHMAN Section 7. In accordance premises being more www.DataEntryMoney. manecials this wee East Hillwww.holidayclubus.co 386-451-8491 and men-
CITY ATTORNEY with the Americans with particularly described as com am/hfn tion code "Getaway".
A RESOLUTION DECLAR- Disabilities Act any per- follows, to wit: with $25-$50k in equity. Brandon 4br/2ba/2cg
ING INTENTION OF THE NO; 2967 5/25/2006 son with a disability re- Commencing in the FRANCHISE Opportunity- Th sell quickly! Cas corner lot Nice area, TIMESHARE RESALES FLORIDA- Lake Butler
CITY COMMISSION OF quiring reasonable ac- northeast corner of Lot Ranked one ofthe top or Hard Money only! aprox. 165sf water The moESHARt effective wa 3/2/2 Brick home on
THE CITY OR F PLANT CITY commodationin order to No. 101 and on the ten franchise opportu- Jim Nagy- 813-843-2233 avail. $214K $ 45K to Buy Sell or Rent a Sac. 2700sqft. firelace,
TO ORDER AND DIRECT participate in this meet- southerly boundary line ties in the word. CEO Jim Nag 83-843-2233 av 14 45K Timesnare ast! Call vacuum system, all ap-
DEMOLITION AND RE- ing should call the City of State highway or named Entrepreneur of www.realnetusa.com ack@nenet nowtoll free. 1-800- pliances, storagebldg.
MOVAL OF BUILDINGS Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at Route 31, and running the Year by the Interna- FL LAND BARGAINS Op- 813-325-9301 715-4693 ext 700 road frontage.
OR STRUCTURES ON least 48 hours priorto thence westerly alone tional Franchise Associ-FL LAND BARGAINS Op- ownyou ibntn 6 mnew HYPERLINK349000. eff Davis
PROPERTY LOCATED AT the public hearing and on the sou herly me action Low start-u p"hpunities //www.condotrad 109ac2,895/ac 32-494-
1116 WEST BALL STREET, RESOLUTION NO of said State Highway or costs, growing market own farm ranchfwood- 4br, 3ba, + loft 3c www.condotrade o 2
AND FIXING A DATE AND 102-2006 Apoted by the City Corn- Route 31, a distance of Great territories still land or laefront home- 2881sf, scrn lanal, fty www.condotrader.com
TIME TIME FOR HEARING mission on May 22, 2006. 70 feet to an iron stake available stead. Old Florida at its upraded, conservation, FLORIDA LAND Starting
PROVIDING THE OWNER A RESOLUTION DECLAR- driven in the ground wwwIiberttaxcom best! Still affordable! $390,000 obo Must see. TIMESHARE RESALES at$12900 Financin
AN OPPORTUNITY TO ING INTENTION OF THE JOHN L. DICKS thence southerly and at (877)285-423. Call 866-352-2249 or 813-767-9136 Sell today for Cash! No Available. Over 15
SHOW CAUSE AS TO CITY COMMISSION OF MAYOR-COMMISSIONER approximate angles to www.fllandbargains.co commissions orbroker Lots available in Coun-
REASONS, IF ANY WHY THE CITY OF PLANT CITY said State Highway a GET PAID TYPING AT m GIBSONTON Brand new 2 fcommissi Dons or' t delay Go to tes of avaiable in Coun-
SUCH DEOLITIO AND TO ORDER AND DIRECT ATTEST: distance of l28 feet to an HOME! Start Earning FLORIDA building lots I on orner lot, all m or Call 1-800-640-. & an eaters &
REMOVAL SHOULD NOT DEMOLITION AND RE- iron stake driven in the $200-$300 Daily Guaran I stA blinbng a 2nSba. 2g s+ w l Cllat C & Clalhoun Putmanl
BE ORDERED. MOVAL OF BUILDINGS VIRGINIA L. HELPER ground in the southerly teed Paychecks Paid starting $19,900 in appl.-2068sf. Must see. 6886. Inves ors welcome. 1-
OR STRUCTURES ON CITY CLERK inne of Lot No. 102 as Twice Per Month. No Ex- fast growing areas. Lease opt. $1500/mo or 718-797-0807
WHEREAS, in accord- PROPERTY LOCATED AT shown on said map eriene c Necessar. Great investment oppor- $330k 813-767-9136 TIMESHARE *RESALES*
ance with Chapter 78, Ar- 1323 EAST DR. MARTIN Approved as to form and thence eastern and ull Trainin Provied. tunity. Vsit our web- Save 60-80% Off Retail!! NORTH FLORIDA The
tice IX Plant City Code, LUTHER KING, JR. BLVD correctness: parallel to the first Regise r Onine Toda site or pictures, maps, GIBSONTON Lease Op-" Best Resorts & Seasons. Woods of Fallin Creek.
tie I. a, LUTHER KING, JR BLVD correctness: parallel to the irt Register Onin Toda es& prices tion-New single fam Call for Free Magazine! Beautiful, wooded par-
the City of PlanCity did TIME TIME FOR HEARING KENNETH W. BUCHMAN and on the southerly mc pingIasAo FloridaLotsUSA.com or 3/2 /2 + loft, 3/2/2 www.holidaygroup.com cel. 20-80ac. Great
on March 9 2006, issue a PROVIDING THE OWNER CITY ATTORNEY lines of said Lots 102 and 877-983-6600 4/2/2. Many upgrades, /fp 800-850-783 homesites or retreat.
Notice and Order of Con- AN OPPORTUNITY TO 101 as shown on said **GOT A BUSINESS?"* near Publix/ Lowes & -Starting $8,500/ac
demnationaffecting the SHOW CAUSE AS TO NO; 2966 5/25/2006 map, a distance of 70 Dramatically increase New Con00sf 4Br CCtion Tpa 813-298-0492 Acreage r financing. 1873
premises hereinafter de- REASONS, IF ANY, WHY feetto the Southeast sales by accepting all 2200sf4Br3Ba Ho a 800-294-2313 Ext. 1873
scribed which Notice SUCH DEMOLITION AND corner of Lot No. 101 as major redit and ebit 813971-6953 m Of k frontage, $40 BALM READYA Bar Sales, Inc.
and Order of Condemna- REMOVAL SHOULD NOT shown on said map; cards. 0% Discount 813)759-2959 www. ac 290 acs @ exit 62 & BUILDER O o
tion was served in BE ORDERED. thence northerly along rates! Free start up! swartomesfa.com $25K/ac. will no 164+ Acres, EntitledCC OutofState
accordance with Section and on the easterly Free equipment up- vide Grimaldi Comm Ret d- Zoned 230 S/F Entitled,
78-724, Plant City Code, WHEREAS, in accord- pounds o said Lot no. grades! ( )568-9115 WANTED: 20 HOMES To 81- 80 Re 4& 13 Ar Lots A COOL MOUNTAIN
on the owners of said ance with Chapter 78, Ar- 101 as hown on said rades! (0)568-9115. ANTED:20 HOMES To alty 813-431-8080 3Ae osAAH! COOL MOUNTAIN
premises;and tide IX Plant City Code, SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF m a distance of 128 HIGH GAS PRICES Ten Show Off Our New Life- Sewer to Site Wells. BREEZES Murphy
thpremie Bui ding Ins ecityor o SLE STRIFFATE OF NEW feet to the place of 128 HIGH GAS PRICES! Ten time Exterior Paint LAKE THONOTOSASSA Broker/wner(13) 695- North Carolina Afforda-
WHEREAS, said owner of the Cityoflan todid YORK) COUNTY OF beginning, containing arcompanorign Call Now to See if Your Ac. Lux. Custom Home 0966 or (813) 417-9710 ble Homes & Mountain
said premises has failed on February 20,2006 is- MADISON) SS.: within said bounds te ernments including hi- Ho18-55e ualfies 1-800- sites, gated community. Cabins d, Rivear,
to comply with or appeal sue a Notice and Order Docket No.: U-1634-89 above described na, Peru and U.S. ilita- Lic Useour builder or ours. Mountains, Streams
from suc order within of Condemnation affect- BY VIRTUE OF A premises, be the NEW TO PUBLIC. Ke o#CBC010111 Startina $249900 BROOKSVILLE Call for Free Brochure
premises, be the NE UBLIC.Key(5 Left) 83-986-%760 8 acres, 4" well, 1-877-837-2288 Exit Re-
the time therein fixed, ing the premises PROPERTY EXECUTION quantity of land more or rstributorships availa- r (5 Left)ntral 83-986-760 8 acre, 4" well, 1-877-837-2288 xit Re
and the matter was hereinaiter described, out of Family Court of less. It is the intention b e Central Tampa 4 mile T ressway. alty Mountain View
thereupon referred to which Notice and Order the State of New York, to hereby to convey all of www.cheapcleanerfuel. PLANT City, New Price $185,000 Properties
this Ci Commission; of Condemnation was me directed and Lot No.101 as shown on com. (800)914-2939. BELOW MARKET 4/1.5 home move in Broker Owned. www.exitmurphy.com
and served in accordance delivered against the said map and part of Lot PROPERTIES cond. Beautiful land- 813-884-8133 or786-6510
BIE V BT with Section 78-724, goods, chattel lands and No. 102 as shown on said HOME REFUND JOBS! $20,000-$60,000 .5ac s HOe A FLORIDA Land For Sale HEVILLE SNCak REA
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Plant City Code, on the tenements of Thomas B. .map. Being the same Earn 3,500-$,O00 Profit Possible Esther Skipper FLORIDA Land For Sale HOMESITES Sneak pre-
CITY COMMISSION OF owners of said premises; McAllister, I have seized identical premises that Weekly Processing Comn. Call Gene er Co.dwell ank- All Areas! Rock Bottom view of Phase IIon now.
THE CITY OF PLANT and and taken all the right, was conveyed by funds Online! 813-300-7644 er Res..E 863-712-7632 Prices Inventory Liqul- Just 25 miles from Ashe-
CITY, FLORIDA: title and interest ofsaid Jeanette Ruth Lawrence guaranteed Paychecks! PLANT City, Price re- TinNwis d nt vytalle ar 4ilef
WHEREAS, said owner of Thomas B. McAllister in to William Liddle, as an eNT Ci Pricere- Time! This deal won't crystal clear riverfront.
WHNo Experience.Needed! A RICAN duced $25K,3ac + 2/1 last! No Credit Checks Incredible mountain
Section 1. That upon the said premises has failed andtothe following commissioner of Public Positions Available To- mO N home&3/1H.Conven- Financingw/Easy views. Riverwalk, cus-
failure of Nora Green, to comply with or appeal described property to Welfare of the Madison day! Register Online CRPO RIa l Io ent to -4 224,900.Conv Terms n- Fin and LOcing w/ Eas v iews. Riverwalk, cus-
owners of the premises from sucn order within wit: 1920 State Route 31, County Public Welfare Now! "ien to- '.',o Ester Skipp.er Realtor 1-800-250-1733 a Wat9s tomo6 .
described as: the time therein fixed, Chittenango NY legal District of Hamilton, New www.PaidRefundJobs.c 'Coidwell Banker Res RE Call
and the matter was escription i aachd. I York by warranty deed om NEW HOMES 863-712-7632 HERNANDO COQ.10 acres BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAR-
Lot 14, Block 6, Madison thereupon referred to am selling the above, with lien covenant,
Park, as per mapdot plat this City Commission; subject to an liens, whichdeed was duly SHOME WORKERS OPEN MON-SAT 10-SPM, comp plan residential. OLINA. TIFULESCAPETO
thereof as recorded in and chaels,morpages, recorded in the Office of NEEDED$$ Processing Incredible & Affordable Built 2005 $244K sere. This proper can NC MOUNTAINS. FREE
Plat Book 4 Page 48 of conditional sales or any the Clerk of the County Customer Returns Incredible & Affordable Built 2005 $244K serve. This property can NC MOUNTAINS. FRE
the Public Records of BE IT RESOLVED BY THE other encumbrances. of Madison in Liber 619 Online! Earn $15.00 Per New homes. Down Pay- 11338 Cocoa Beach Dr. be developed. $57K. COLOR BROCHURE & IN-
Hillsborough County, CITY COMMISSION OF DATE OF SALE: June 13, of Deeds at Page 275 on Return Process Guaran- ment Assistance to quail- 941-993-5466 Owner/brkr 305-279-8997 FORMATION. MOUN-
Florida, THE CITY OF PLANT 2006. TIME OF SALE: July 16th, 1965. Being the teed. ExtremelpEasy flyer 1 horse050 HERNANDO CO. SUBDIV. SPECTACULAR VIEWS
to demolish and remove CONDUCTED AT: conveyed by William No Experienceeeed. from. Starting from 145 BEAUTIFUL 1 acre HOMES, CABINS
the buildingsorstruc- Section 1. Thatuponthe Madison County Office Carson, Commissioner Amazin Opportunity! $165 900 includes lot. RIVERVIEW Custom 2 homesites, conditional CREEKS & INVESTMENT
tures thereon in comp- failure of the owners of Building, N. Court Street, of Social Services of Pr sReate Many locations to choose story, 5/2.5/2, 2191sf, plat approved, awesome ACREAGE. Cherokee
ance with the Notice and the premises described Wampsville, New York, Madison County Social oces s.c from American Husig many u newly en 00.00 Mountain Realty GMAC
Order of Condemnation as: in the lobby.Dated: May Services Department, to (813) 264-9950 painted. ose to every- Owner/brkr 305-279-8997 Real Estate.
of the Buildin Ins sector 17, 2006. Ronald I. Cary Clifford F. Brown and $$HOME WORKERS www.amhousmin.com thing. A MUST SEE! www.cherokeemountai
of the City of PlanCity Lot 1.Block 2, East Lin- Madison Co. Sheriff Ruth E. Brownby ded NEEDED$$ Procesing M E $27500.813-967-0701 WESLEY Chapel3br2ba nrealty.com (800)841-
dated March 9, 2006, or coln Park, according to SCHEDULE "A". ALL dated September28th, Customer Returns A As RIVERVEW RIVERCREST doublewide, 1690, 1834 5868
toapealtherefrom, the themap or patthereof THAT TRACT OR PARCEL 1974 recorded on Online! Earn $15.00 Pr Bungalow Homes SalRIVERVIEW RIVERCREST planaraBEAUTIFULTENNESSEE
commission does as recorded in Plat Book OF LAND, in the County November 4th, 1974 in Return Process Guara Bungalow Homes! Sale 3br 2b04 Phase t plan, acre1800s, 2 carrots e + BEAOUNTAIN LOTS
hereby declare its inten- 5, Page 58 ofthe Public of Madison and State of the Madison County teed. Extreme as 813 221 4457 VaultCelette 2 CornerLot, 10x25 deck + ronus BreathtakinViews Riv-
tion to order and direct Records of Hillsborough New York, being a part Clerk's Office in Book 682 No Experienceeede 1 3 2 2 1 4 5d. CruzTradeMarks.com LOTS OCei UPG Corner Lot!! room25 deck + bonus Breathtakin Views R Fish-
emof such buildings or oval County, Floria, ofLotNo. 116, in said of Deeds at Page 694. Amazing Opportunity! $238,900 813-956-6846 $238. 813-77-257. ing, Hunting, ATV,
structures either with to demolish and remove known and distinguished 2976 5/25, 6/1, 8/06 www.ProcessRebates.c (t South Tampa ) orseback aiding. Near
city forces or by inde- the buildings or struc- as Lot No. 103 and part o ampa y LReal Estate Auctions le Hollow Lake Pr-
pendent contractor sub- tures thereon in compli- of Lot 102, as shown on a BAYSHORE/DOWNTOWN for Cabin Weekend
emitting the lowest and ance with the Notice and map of Larkin Cottage Painting or remodeling? Painting or remodeling? NEW H CONDO 2285sf AUCTION Get-A-Way.Utilities
best bid therefpr, and as- Order of Condemnation Lots on Oneida Lake, at Need a tutor or piano Need a tutor or piano 3br 3ba. stunning down- TAMPA'S #1 Investor's 93 ACRES reatnerstmeancnt Prop-
sessing thecosts there- of the Buildin sector Lakeport, New York, lessons? Trn t At lessons? Turn to At town view 12'ceilings Resourcesfor Hard Mn- To be Soldin rt $4, 1-8-
of against the real prop- of the City of Plan City made by C.F. Barlow, Your Service for a Your Service for a hardwood loors, uro ey! 100% financing with (9) 10.39 Acre Tracts From 2 4900 9
arty upon which such dated February 20 2066, Surveyor, and filed in.9 auda of businesses multitude of businesses ea hi gest LTV's! No junk Buy One or More
costs were incurred, or to appeal therefrom, Madison County Clerk's and services that can and services that can 813-334-11fees! Rehab draws Many Sell Absolute

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(( Trailers-Tractors ))
6X12' End Trailer, New,
white, ramp, side door,
roof vent, extra lighting
surge brakes HD hitch,
stone guard, $4395
813-961-8212 Lv msg

(([ Trucks Light Duty))
CHEVY 1999 1 Ton Flat-
bed, AC, duel wheels,
5sp. V8, low miles. Runs
good. $9,100 obo
DODGE 1998 Dakota club
cab V8 mag, 6,000 Ibs
towing cap., trailer tow
package. exc. cond
6,800 813-633-7015
DODGE 2000 RAM 1500
Club Cab, 4WD, 8cyl,
green, all power, new
tires, excellent cond.
$9400obo 813-653-1754
quad cab, pwr, tow pkg,
bed-liner, hard topper,
chrome pkg 20" whls,
$18,900 813-M45-0452
DODGE 2004 Ram 1500,
short bed, 12K mi, exc.
lots of wrnty, dark blue,
tint, chrome whis,
$12,000. 813-839-7283
FORD 2000 Ranger XLT,
Ext. Cab V6 auto 126K
mi, PL, PW, cold AC.
Runs great! $4,999 obo.
FORD 2003 Harley
Davidson F150 100th
Anniv ed, bik A silver.
10.6k, mi. Garage kept
$33,500. 813-391-0442
FORD 2004 F150, 37K mi,
4 WD tow pkg, 5.4 Liter,
FX4, 18" wheels, bed
liner, bed cvr, must see
$21,900. 813-486-5363
FORD 2004 F150 Super
Cab Like new, bedliner,
hitch kit, white ext., dk
-gray int. $17,750 obo.
FORD 2004 F150, Auto,
23K 4.6, Tonneau cover,
duel exhaust, warranty
trailer hitch side steps
$13,800 842-6466 .
FORD 2004 Ranger Edge 5
spd 25K mi, 6 CD in
dash, toolbox tinted
Windows, good cond.
$12K obo 8f3-294-9469

(( Trucks Light Duty ])
FORD 2005 F150 XLT Su-
per Crew, 4X4, CD play-
er exc. cond 41K,
$20,900. or best offer
extended cab, with top-
per, tow package, 73K
mi, loaded, nice,
$10500obo 813-654-2651
MAZDA 1998 B4000 P/U,
cab plus, 2WD, topper,
alloy whis great int. mi-
nor body damage, 88K.
ice cold air $6500 obo
NISSAN 2001 Frontier
Desert Runner, 64K, Au-
to, 6 Cyl, AC, $7,500 obo
TOYOTA 1994 P/U, top-
per 42K mi, $4K cust
sndsys, AC, alarm, key-
less, new whls & tires,
$4850 obo. 813-227-9779
TOYOTA 1998 Tacoma
2wd, auto trans, 103K
mi. Extra cab great
cond, $6,500. 813-267-

([ Trucks Heavy Duty))
DODGE 2005 Ram SRT 10,
Bquad cab, Viper motor.
Black on black, auto, 22"
chrome wheels. Only 12k
miles. $36 900 obo.
ISUZU 1999 NPR white,
12.5' utility body, lots of
storage, good service
truck, good condition,
$170000bo 813-986-4835

S 4-Wheel Drive )
DODGE 1988 Ram Charg-
er, 4WD, 62,000 orig. mi.,
Great cond., runs exc.,
$3000. obo 813-508-1783
TOYOTA 1986 4Runner,
4WD, runs great, 3" lift
on 33, 5 spd, great gas
mi, $4900 obo.
813-920-62729 431-7301

aVans )
Chevrolet 1996 Astro
AWD, 53k original miles,
power doors & win-
dows, very good cond.
CHRYSLER 1996 T&C 82K,
runs excellent, bucket
seats, Tinted windows,
am/fm/CD, Rear air,
$5,400 obo 352-746-4789
Tan over Tan Leather,
84K mi, $7,700 obo
Exc cond. Tampa

f( Vans ))
CHRYSLER 2002 Voyager,
V6, 3.3, loaded, 7 pass.
57K mi, handicapped
hydro lift equipped.
$8977. 866-304-6143
2002 Ford Cargo van, a/c,
AM/FM, AT, 54k mi, good
condition, Hitch w72'
ball $9,650. Call
HONDA 1995 Odyssey,
120K miles 1 owner,
runs great $3,900
727-560-5214 or
HONDA 1998 Odyssey,
Exc. cond. silver auto
all power, cold AC,
$7500 obo. 352-567-5592

Auto, Super extra clean,
only 59K miles, gold.
Must See! Like new.
$13,950 813-817-2156
HONDA 2003 Odyssey
46k mi, dark blue gray
cloth int, exc. cond.
HONDA 2003 Odyssey LX
upgraded stereo, 32K
mi. dark green, tan
cloth int, exc. cond.
$17,500, 813-988-4757
NISSAN 2000 Quest GLE,
Captains chrs all Ithr,
video, AM/FMCD/Cass.
Sn rf, all pwr, Exc. cond.
$8250. 81-926-1957
Toyota 2002 Sienna
Symphony only 29K
miles! Captain's chairs,
p ower door like new.
15,900. (813) 453-4915.

([(Sports Utility Vehicles))
BMW 2002 325ci conv.,
still under factory warr,
seafoam green, tan
leather interior, loaded,
$29,900 813-508-2236
BMW 2002 X5 3.01, load-
ed, ext. warr, silver, Ithr
int, sprt pkg, sunrf, rear
A/C, all pwr. $25,500
(813) 293-9996
BMW 2004 X5, 4.4i, black,
34K mi, moonrf, sport
kg, prem Sirius satel-
lite sound, new tires,
$37,500. 813-731-2898
CADILLAC 2003 Escalade
AWD, fac wrty, sunrf,
chrome whls, loaded.
Super Sharp. 38K mi.
$31,950 V 813-245-4660
CHEVY 1999 Suburban
LT Excellent, white
w/gray leather, dual
AC, new tires.
$9950. 813-831-1616

([Sports Utility Vehicles))
CHEVY 2002 Tahoe, Flaw-
less w/ beautiful detail.
Lthr & every option
avail., way below book.
$15,900 813-765-8878 -
FORD 2001 Expedition
Eddie Bauer Ed. V8, 72K,
4wd All Power, leather
int $12 900 obo Call
FORD 2001 Expedition
Eddie Bauer Ed. All Pow-
er, V8, 4 wd, leather int.
73K, $12,900 obo 813-
Ford 2001 Explorer $7800
4 dr, Loaded CD, All Pwr,
Exc. Cond, 73K mi.
Must Sell.
(813) 318-1140.
FORD 2003 Expedition
XLT, All Pwr, Leather,
52K mi, 3rd row seat,
CD Chgr, Exc Cond.
$17500obo 813-417-7271
HUMMER 2003 H2 Yellow
Fully loaded. Brand new
tires, 38K mi. Air-ride
suspension. $34,500
941-925-2791 Im
40k mi, white, exc cond,
Bose, leather, sunroof,
$17Kobo 813-784-4539
Email Photos Available
Red ice cold air, runs
perfect, all receipts,
nigh miles, $2,495.
Jeep 1998 Cherokee
Sport, 67K, clean,
cold air, auto power
windows/locks. Lt blue.
4 WD. $6200 813-259-4733
TOR, loaded, 4x4, TV
VCR, DVD, custom 18"
whls, looks/drives new,
$28,900 813-508-2236
ML430, polar white w/
tan int., purchased new,
dealer svcd wall re-
cords, 54K mi, Bose,
sunroof, XM radio, front
bar, taillight guards &
tubular side steps.
$17,500. 863-207-5386
NISSAN 1999.5 Pathfind-
er, blk, gray Ithr, sunrf,
Bose, al pwr, mint cond.
89Kmi on new eng.
$8900, 813-758-3330
NISSAN 2006 Armada LE
V8, 4 WD blk w/blk Ithr,
sunrf, 3 row seating,
Bose surround sound,
5k mi, divorce sale.
$29,900 727-226-2462.
2WD, all pwr, auto
alarm, cass./CD, 115K
new tires, Mint cond.

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((Sports Utility Vehicles))
TOYOTA 2002 4Runner,
4WD, Sports Ed. blk, gray
Ithr, new tires 72K exc.
cond. drives like new,
$16,900. 813-541-4733
TOYOTA 2003 Highlander
One owner, 59000 mi,
dark green w/grey
leather, fully loaded,
trailer hitch clean,
$19,500. (813)312-7098

(( Motorcycles ))
CMC 1999 WideRider
Fully customized show
stopper, $14,950.
HARLEY 1200 lowered
sporty, screaming Ea-
gle, $5.5K obo 82 Police
FXRS $6.5k obo 813-681-
HARLEY 2000 FXD Wind-
shield, Eng Guard,
White Brother's Pipes,
New Tires & Batt,
$11000obo 813-737-9031
HARLEY 2002 Sportster
Mint condition, 7000
orig mi lots of extras!
Garage kept must see!
$7,800 813-643-9689
HARLEY 2005-Davidson
Softail Deluxe FtSTNI-
Black Pearl, low miles,
extras include- motor
guard, windshield, St 1
exhaust, Lg backseat/
3.0a re.t.. Ut E NEW
i': 1 1 a 'i :
chased new 01/04,
black, has 190 miles to-
tal (not a misprint), fac-
tory bobtail fender,
$3,000 in quality upgr.,
$18K. 863-207-5386
Harley Davidson 2004
Sportster, like new, on-
lW 3000 miles. $7900.
Pictures available.
Honda 1985 Magna,
500 CC, runs & looks
great! Economical
on fuel! $1600.
Call 813-380-1373.
HONDA 2003 1800VTX
Retro, 4500 mi, all
stock, like new, excel-
lent condition. Jack
HONDA 2004 Racing Bike
like new CR450, 4
stroke. Extras included.
Pictures available $3900
HONDA 2005 CRF450,
stock. Approx. 14 hrs
riding time, $4700 obo.
813-362-1189 or
after 5pm 813-383-8974.

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C( Motorcycles ))
1500, with trailer option
24K mi, beautiful, candy
red/silver, many good-
ies, perfect serious inq.
only: 727-232-0525
ZX636R, 3K miles, full Ti
Muzzy exhaust, Scott's
steering dampner, pow-
er commander, new
Dumlop Qualifiers. $6K
obo. 813-362-1189 or
after 5pm 813-383-8974.
Street, Dirt Bikes &
ATV's. Also buying
wrecked motorcycles.
Cash paid. 813-924-6264
SUZUKI 1999 Katana, Exc
cond. Must sell! $3300
obo. 813-245-3703

Suzuki 2001 GSX-R750,
blue/white. Many new
upgr, new tires. Garage
kept. Clean! Must See!
$6400 obo. 813-918-3141
Suzuki 2002 250GZ,
black, only 375 actual
mies! Garage kept,
absolutely liKe new.
$2650. (813) 961-4866.
SUZUKI 2004 RMi25, mo-
tor has break in time on-
ly, never raced, brand
new cond., garagkept,
YAMAHA 2003 Road Star,.
12k miles, sharp, tra;s
included, BubpIi
leave message.
Yamaha- 2004 YZ250F;
clean never raced,
$3400. 2004 Honda
CRF150 $1800. 6x8 trail-
er $600. 813-949-4560.

f( Golf Carts ))
New & second. w/new
battery warranty.

wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin

Cf ATVs ))
HONDA 2001 TRX 400EX
Pink, with matching hel-
met & goggles. $3500
HONDA 2002 TRX400EX,
Recent Service, Exc
cond. Yellow/Black,
HONDA 2005 like new
Sportrax 250cc, 4 stroke
4 wheeler, reverse. Pix
available $3500.

((Automobiles Wanted))
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For Cars, Trucks &
Vans Any Price/Any
Running or Not! We'll
come pick it up!
Paying a little bit more!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
Any Car Any Condition
No Restrictions
Am. Children's Soc
WHEEL DR. 752-9277

((Classics & Antiques))
CHEVY 1968 Malibu
Conv. Red w/white top,
327, Auto Air, $22,500
813-713-5790- 907-2753
FORD 1965 Galexy, Runs
Good, New Paint & Car-
pet, $6,500
JAGUAR 1970 XKE Coupe
Stored several yrs, rdy
paint many new parts.
$7000 Serious cash buy-
ers ONLY 813.610.0457
LINCOLN 1965 Continen-
tal conv't. AC, auto, 430
eng, red power to p,
great cond $15k obo.:
Lotus 2005 Elise,
Burgundy & tan, sport
& touring packages,
factory hardtop.4K mi.
Beautiful condition!
Serious inquiries only!
$39,995. 727-432-0575.
transmission, super
shape, 35+mpg, Drive
anywhere! BR Green.
$4500 813-610-0457
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customers in search of
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services? Classifieds

((Automobiles for Sale))
$500 Police Impounds,
Cars from $500! Tax
Repos, US Marshal and
IRS sales! Cars, Trucks,
SUV's Toyota's Hon-
da's, Chevy's and more!
For listings Call
(800)425-1730 ext.2384.
lice Impounds! Only
$700! For Listings & De-
tails Call 1-800-749-
8116, Ext. 4880
$400! Police Impounds!
For Listings Call 1-800-
749-8116,Ext. 7169
A A Rated Donation Do-
nate Your Car, Boat or
Real Estate IRS Tax De-
ductible. Free Pick-
Model/Condition Help
Underprivileged Chil-
g 1-800-693-7911
ACURA 1994 Legend,
rare 2 dr coupe, good
cond. 100k mi, every-
thing works, 1st $3500
takes it! 813-917-2886.
ACURA 2002 CL Type S
87K, Loaded Mint condi-
tion, $14,995
BMW 1993 740i Green,
121K..mi V8, 300 hp'
Bnew.-traRs AdC radiator
& iuel rl GC-dro cond
a4l6o 3l w. 6 651 0 :'
BMW 1997 5281,61K
miles, exc. condition
1 owner. Black w/ tan
-leather. Carrollwood
area. $10,500. 813-935-
5596 or 813-240-2707.
BMW 1997 Z3 convertible
white w/ blk top, red
Ithr seats, orig. owner,
fully maint., 66K mi.
$13,500. 727-526-3553
BMW 1998 5281, sport
pkg, Alloy whIs, all
black. loaded, pwr
moonrf, 6 disc cd 87k mi
$10,990. 813-597-9146
BMW 1999 3231 Converti-
ble, silver, Ithr, prem
pkg. Harman Cardon,CD
chgr. 63K garage kept.
$15,000 813-477-3668
BMW 1999 3231, silver/
grey leather, auto, 4 dr,
loaded sunrf, 6 CD chgr,
alloy, dual pwr sts, 107K
$12,400. 813-767-2076.
BMW 1999 M3 Conv't,
silver, black int. 5 spd,
Sarae kept, low mi.
rea cond. $23,750
obo. 813-227-9779
BMW 2002 X5 3.0, Black
/ Tan, 79K mi, all op-
tions, dealer serviced,
carfax certified warran-

6798 or 813-927-6988 -
loaded, black, sunroof,
excellent condition, on-
lV 22,000 miles only
$33,500. 352-678-2652
vette anniversary edi-
tion, 85K miles, 6 sod,
black on black $10,900
obo 727-460-4772

Corvette Convertible
Edition. 12,800 miles.
Selling at lease buyout
price. 39,500. Palm Har-
or, 813-241 7017
Chevy 2000 Malibu
Green/tan, 4 dr, AC,
109k mi, fuel inV6, au
to, AM/FM $49500 obo
815-436-1683 1719468

CHEVY 2000 Monte Carlo
SS Pacecar Beautiful
Torch RedW/graphics,
loaded, Ithr, Sony id1
isc CD, 10 in subs, 1000
w amp, Nascar wht, let-
ter tires, $9,000 813-920-
CHEVY 2005 Malibu Maxx
LS Loaded auto, 1 own-
er, fact wrtv low miles.
Non-smkr. $12,900 obo
Chrysler 2005 Sebring,
auto air PS, PB PW
PL, PM, 42k, tilt, cruise,
CD/stereo, fact warr.
$8950 352-428-0774
CORVETTE 1979 L82 T-
tops, Blk/blk, Auto
Trans, 61.4K Mi, Good
Cond. $9,200 OBO
CORVETTE 1988 Conver-
tible, White w/Wht Top
Orig 65K Mi, Beautiful
Car, Exc Cond. $12,500
CORVETTE 2002 Z06 ,
Yellow/black. Modified
480hp, show condition,
SE, Champagne color,
tinted windows, power
everything. $8,000 OBO.
Call 813-390-7777

((Automobiles for Sale))
DODGE 2004 Intrepid SE
69K mi, silver/black,
Clean, Dealer serviced,
Carfax cert. Warranty.
$7,950 727-459-6508


FORD 1993 Mustang 5.0,
LX convertible. White
on white. Runs strong
many new parts, $3000
obo. 813-758-3590
FORD 1995 Taurus GL au-
to, nice car looks &
runs great. $1500 obo
813-677-0185 or
FORD 2000 Excursion XLT
Ltd Ed. $17,900 obo. Tint-
ed wind power every-
thing, leather/custom
-int. 813-390-7777
Silver, 4 door, auto,
A/C, new tires, excel-
lent condition, $3,450
Call 813-323-8769 .
FORD 2002 Taurus SE,.-
V6, 4dr, Auto, Cold AC,
125K Hwy mi, Exc Cond,
FORD 2003 Mustang.GT
Convertible 45K, Ithr,
pewter w/blk top,
Chrome cobra rims,-
$17,200 813-971-0251
FORD 2003 Taurus SES
60K miles, A/C, CD, PL
PW, new tires, great
condition! $6,900 o0o.
813-478-6966. : -
FORD .m'i, ,IA L'S blu,.
4dr, I ,: .I ri. ,. 1 'T -
er, AI.1 F 1r.'1 1 ,
looks almost new clean
$6,500obo 813-924-5619
HONDA 1992 Accord
for listing
ext C752
INFINITI 1997 i30t, tour-
ing pkg, all options incl.
leather seats, Bose ster-
eo, power everything,
$5,000 813-728-9696
INFINITI 2003 135, air
I own, no-smoke, auto
garaged, loaded, 6 CD
sunroof, 32,500 mi
$19,579. 813-966-9865.
INFINITY 2003 G35 4dr,
V6, Auto, Silver, 34,900
Mi, Loaded, Exc. Cond.
JAGUAR 1995 XJ6, like
new, garage kept, new
tires, can e-mail pics,
won't last, $5,300.
813-310-7749 4"
JAGUAR !'- >' .L E
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Sunroof. Great Shape,
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MAZDA 1992 MX3 V-6,
auto, power locks & win-
dows, sun roof, runs
good 123,000 mi,
$2700obo 727-946-0264
MERCEDES 1986 560 SL
convertible w/ 2 tops.
Red, exc cond. Some-
onefs dream come true!
$10,500. 727-403-4311
MERCEDES 1998 E320,
9lK mi. silver, sunrf,
sidE airbags, Ithr, fully
loaded CD alarm must
sell $8900. 727-744-3069
MERCEDES 2000 S500 ex-
cel, black/gray, AMG
pkg, 1 owner, 40K mi.
Dealer maint. $35,900
obo. 813-760-5080
MERCEDES 2003 230C
Sports Coupe. White,
2dr, exc cond, 36K mi.,
all options, 1 owner.
MERCEDES 2005 C55,
fully loaded, black, gray
interior, low miles, ex-
tremely fast & fun car!
Seller motivated at
$47,900 863-559-7161
MERCEDES 2006 5430
AMG Sport. 4.3L, auto,
V8, 18' wheels, navig
Bose, 9700 miles, fac
wrrty. $61,900. 310-4100

MERCEDES Benz 2004
S500, opal black over
charcoal Ithr, impecca-
ble condition, 22k mi,
Factory warranty
through 5/17/08, load-
ed; optional equipment
+ value-added pkgs.
($22k) Cost new $104,
655. Asking $60,000
MERCURY 1997 Grand
Marquis LS, 50k new
tires, exc cond. $5500.
813-269-7875 '

MERCURY 2001 Sable GS,
65k mi, all power 'cas-
sette, alloy wheels,
Good condo; all records.
$5000. 813-677-6410
MITSUBISHI 1997 Galant,
power locks & windows.
CD Player cool air
great condition! $3000
obo. (813) 988-6554.
MITSUBISHI 2003 Mirage
2 door, a/c, auto. good
condition $4200/obo.

((Automobiles for Sale))
NISSAN 1991 Maxima,
GLE 5 spd, 4 dr, loaded,
Bose CD, new AC, 130k
mi, $1900. Great cond
NISSAN 1998 Maxima
GXE Auto, exc. cond,
83.7k miles, CD player,
radio, AC, sand color.
more info 813-966-6155
Nissan 2001 Sentra GXE,
Economical 4 cyl 4 door,
auto, cold A/C, like new
condition! $6,475 obo
Call (727) 521-9023.
NISSAN 2006 Altima, pw,
gdl,CD, front & side air
ags, perfect cond. less
than 1K mi, below KBB,
$17,500. 727- 669-7926
PLYMOUTH 1999 Prowl-
er, black, 8200 actual
miles, excellent condi-
tion. $32,500 obo 813-
713-5790 / 813-907-2753
PONTIAC 1997 Firebird,
Formula, excellent cond.
.white, gray int 65K mi
2all options, $8,900obo
PONTIAC 1999 Firebird,
white auto, t-tops, load-
.ed 3K original miles,
$9500/obo. 813-843-
-8203 / 813-832-6048
AM LE, 4-door sedan,
A/C, CD. power every
thing. tinted Aindos.
$6,50.),:.o: 813-29--9240
PONTIAC 2004 Grand Prix
CTP ?7k mi leather.
CD. Il i-e nei n 'i cul.
Greai ,,njii nri'

PORSCHE 1993 968 cony.
excel, silver/gray, 6 spd
1 owner, 45K mi.
$17,900 obo.
PORSCHE 2000 911 Car-
rerra Cabriolet Conv,
6spd silver metallic, blk
int 27K, all pwr, exc.!
$42,500 813-659-1836
PORSCHE 2006 Carrera
4S Cab convertible, tri-
ple blk. nay, upgraded
whils, like new, 3600 mi
$94,500 -813-564-7000
SAAB 2000 9-5 Waqon SE,
V6 Turbo, loaded, auto,
99K mi, runs great! Ice
cold air, Ithr, sun roof.
$6500obo 813-684-6884
SAAB 2005 Aero Conver-
tible, 4,900 Miles, 5 Spd,.
Assume Jease payment,
$586/mo or buy $35K;
Exc. Cond. 813-495-4321 :
TOYOTA 1987 Celica new
clutch, brakes, axles &'
tires cold arr. 35mpg
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sI-..41.,;-.46 "
C,o-li AC, iJ T.re'
L...I 1 I !,r-.= ai, r u,,
Perfect' 2nd Owner,!
$1700, 813-876-5119. -
TOYOTA 1993 Previa Van'
automatic fully loaded'
7 passenger, CD, cold
dual AC, runs great,
$1950ob0 727-687-4911
TOYOTA 1995 Supra S/E,
Pearl White 45,700 Orig
Mi, Manual Tran Air
Immac Cond. $22,500
813-713-5790 907-2753
TOYOTA 2002 Celica GT,
red/black leather, CD,
alloys, auto w/OD, spoil-
er, ful power, non smok-
er, only 27k X-clean mi!
$13,900 813-323-7261
TOYOTA 2004 Camry LE 4
cyl auto, 251K mi red
w/tan Ithr int, fullyload-
ed tint, perfect cond.
$15,750 813-748-5251
TOYOTA 2005 Camry LE
low mi., auto, all pwr, -
looks & drives beauti-
ful. You'll love it, I prom-
ise $15,900 813-264-9583
TOYOTA 2005 Prius Hy-
brid, GAS SAVER! 7Kmi,
4dr, 60 mpg/city,
50mp/hwy. $249 3

VOLVO 2000 V40 Turbo
Station Wagon, MINT
cond., dealer svcd, new
tires 67K mi, Marroon
$8,9d0 813-973-8938
Volvo 2001 V70 T5 Wag-
on w/3rd row seats, ev-
ery option except nay.
Exc. condition. $10,900
obo. 727-278-5898.
VW 2003 Jetta GLS auto,
45K, gray, black leather,
sunroof, CD. Looks &
runs great. $11,900
VW 2003 Passat GLS..
Black, tan leather, auto,-
sunroof, Monsoon
Stereo, alloy wheels
keyless entry. 34Kmi.
Lady driven fact warty
$14,500. (72') 744-0034.
VW 2004 Golf GL 14k mi,
all power, alarm, tinted
wind, charcoal grey,
grey int. Immaculate!
12,499. 813-841-7955
5 speed, excellent cond,
low miles. $12,800.
Call (716) 672-4061
(vehicle is in Tampa.)
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Phone: 813.645.6000 800.889.9804
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