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James L.
Redman, a
Plant City
icon, is laid
to rest.

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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE

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THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1006 5ERVVINv PLANT LIfY, FLORIDA


Trains Slow To Crawl


NEW S COPPER WIRE THEFTS


HISTORY

East Hillsborough
Historical Society
marks Historic
Preservation Month
with open house.
PAGE 1


POLICE

Plant City police
make record drug
seizure.
PAGE 4

PROFILE
"In the Spirit" col-
umnist Derek Maul
profiles pastor Mike
Holland of Ahava
Baptist Church.
PAGE IS


INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE 5

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CROSSWORD
PAGE 18
............FAMIt LIVING


MAY BE INVOLVED
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Train traffic through the his-
toric downtown area has been
reduced in speed to a crawl.
Since last week, trains have
been escorted through town with
a flagman, on foot, placing burn-
ing flares at each intersection,
inspecting the track as he goes.
A CSX Railroad spokesman
Gary Sease said he has not seen a
railroad police report on the mat-
ter. But reports of stolen copper
wiring from inside the tracks may
account for the reduction of
speed in the area, he said.


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Staff Report
It's school with a definite message.
"It helps teach values and the kids have fun
at the same time," said Kelly Schulte, who
helps with the vacation Bible school at
Bethany Baptist Church. "It teaches them the
love of Jesus."
Several area churches are currently enroll-
ing students in their summer Bible school
programs.
Among those are:
"Adventure of the Treasure Seekers," First
United Methodist Church, 303 N. Evers St.,
June 5-9, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Program offers
interactive activities that combine the world
of archaeology with the discovery of treasures
in the Bible. Each night, Dr. Zig and Professor
Whoo, the owl, will lead children on an actual
dig to uncover the God's promises. Call
Shawna Cook, 754-3519.


"The price of copper has risen
sharply of late," said Plant City
Police Lt. Jerry Stwan. "We have-
n't heard anything from CSX
regarding any thefts on railroad
property in the area, but it
wouldn't surprise me. We have
had a rapid acceleration of cop-
per wire thefts in the area during
the last month."
Sease said that a flagman dis-
tributing flares would be neces-
sary if the signals on the track to
railroad dispatchers were inter-
rupted.
"Even if the crossing signals
were working correctly, an
interruption of the dispatchers
signals would cause the reduc-
tion in speed," Sease said.
As of Tuesday at 2 p.m., ihei c
was nothing more specific from
the railroad on the matter.


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
CSX trains have been traveling through the downtown area at walking,
speed for the past week. A CSX spokesman said the reason for the slow
speeds may be due to vandals stripping copper wiring from the tracks
that signal dispatchers of signal operation.


KE1 N BRILAD/SItaffphoto
Thousands of children are expected to sign up for vacation Bible schools this month. Above, from left, Kyle Becker, Kennedy Cullins and Cole
Swartman get a head start on their Bibles at First Presbyterian Church of Plant City.


Schools Of The Snirit


"Fiesta," Bethany Baptist Church, 3409 N.
Cork Road, June 12-16 from 6 to 9 p.m. for
children in kindergarten through the fifth
grade. Dinner served nightly. Call: 752-9209.
"Gospel Light, Son Treasure Island," Cork
United Methodist Church, 4815 West Sam
Allen Road, June 5-9 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. A
snack supper will be provided each night. Call
754-3233.
"Fiesta," First Presbyterian Church of
Plant City, 404 W. Reynolds St., June 12-16, 9
a.m. through noon. Call: 752-4211.
First Baptist Church of Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St., June 19-23, 6 to 9 p.m.: "Arctic
Edge, Where Adventure Meets Courage," for
ages 4 to fifth grade; July 10-14: "Summer-
salt," sports and arts camp, 8 a.m. to noon.
For children who have completed grades one
through five; July 24-28 "Space Quest" Back-
yard Bible clubs 6 to 8 p.m. Call: 752-4104.
"Arctic Edge" Northside Baptist Church,
1700 N. Franklin St., June 4-9 from 6 to 9
p.m. for children in kindergarten through the


12th grade. Call: 752-2779.
"Arctic Edge" Shiloh Baptist Church, 905
Terrace Drive, June 4-8 from 6 to 9 p.m. Free
for children age 3 through eighth-graders.
Call: 752-8345.
"The Jesus Family Reunion," Bethel
Missionary Baptist Church, 804 W. Renfro St.,
June 5-9 from 5:45 to 7:45 p.m. There will be
various activities including Bible study, arts
and crafts, music, recreation and snack time.
Transportation will be provided. Call: 754-
2239.
"Gospel Light, Son Treasure Island," Cork
United Methodist Church, 4815 W. Sam Allen
Road, June 5-9 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. A snack
supper will be provided each night. Call: 754-
3233.
"Fiesta," Hope Lutheran Church, 2001 N.
Park Road, June 12-16 from 6 to 8 p.m. with
dinner at 5:15 p.m. Call: 752-4622.
"Fiesta," First Baptist Church of Midway,
2902 Midway Road, June 12-16 from 6 to 8:30
p.m. Call: 752-7209.


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A step back in time
Visitors stepped back in time last week when the
East Hillsborough Historical Society marked Historic
Preservation Month with an open house at the 1914
Plant City High School. The free open house included
exhibits of historic photos, books, medical and farm
equipment and memorabilia from Plant City's past.
Above, society volunteers Geraldine Demming and
Emily Bender greeted visitors to the May 20 event in
a room bedecked in high school history. For more
information about the society and its collection, call
757-9226.


The model railroad displays were also a popular draw at the open house. Built by the H.B. Plant Railroad
Historical Society, the above display shows Plant City in the early part of the 20th century.


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and cameras. Jeffcoat,
who began her career as a
photo clerk in 1940, has
more than 100 cameras on
display in the room with
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Alise Sollenberger, president of the Plant City Women's C
carries a wreath remembering fallen soldiers at the Amer
Legion Memorial Day program, escorted by a cadet from
Plant City High School Jr. ROTC.


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photos
Right, Florida Army National
Guard Sgt. Ray Hernandez,
53rd Brigade, Tampa, was the
guest speaker at the Plant
City American Legion Post
No. 26 East Hillsborough
County Memorial Day
Ceremony. About 250 people
heard Hernandez speak of
fallen heroes during the
patriotic program at the
Baker Street Legion Hall May
29.
Above, Boy Scout Troop 5,
which holds its meetings at
the American Legion Post No.
26 campus, was represented
by leaders and members at
the Memorial Day ceremony.


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-' rican servicemen and women
were remembered and hon-
ored around the country,
many heads were bowed in
Plant: City ,.o join in a commonly
A prayer.
At dawn May 29, members
of the Junior ROTC programs
S,,,. Durant, and Plant .Cily
high schools celebrated a flag-
2', raising ceremony as guests of
The Meadows of Country
Woods Veterans Committee.
A At 11 a.m. members of the
Plant City High School Jr.
S.' ROTC programs joined with
the American Legion Post No.
26 at the post's facility on
Baker Street.
Both ceremonies were well
attended and presented by
each organizer to remember
:lub, fallen soldiers who paid the
rican ultimate price.
the "We have about 300 veter-
ans in our community," said
Frank Dahike, who serves as
veterans committee co-chair-
man along with Jim Kingsley
for The Meadows at Country
Wood and its 2,800 residents.
i The veterans committee is
made up of an additional 21
residents, including Sue
1 Kingsley and Bev Dahlke,
wives of the co-chairman.
About 200,residents lined the
flagpole grounds to witness
the event.
The early morning flag-rais-
ing ceremony was followed by
,. full day's schedule including a
-' breakfast social, golf, lunch,
board games, mini-golf, bingo
and dinner.
ij A choral group sang several
? patriotic arrangements, and
Taps was played. A 21-gun
salute was delivered by the
Plant City Jr. ROTC rifle squad,
made up of cadets Scott Herr-
mann, Dustin Seong, Robert
Rawls, Para Morton, Arlene
Echevarria and Brittany
McKenzie.
The squad is commanded by
SCadet Jacob Kesler and led by
Cadet Lt. Col. Warren
' Schryver.
.. ~ Cadet 2nd Lt. William Wat-
kins was a guest speaker at the
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American Legion Post No. 26
member Lee Craighead sang
patriotic songs, including the
national anthem, during the
Memorial Day ceremony
presented by the post at the
Baker Street Legion Hall.
graduate of Plant City High
School, Watkins was the recipi-
ent of a $1,000 scholarship
from the veterans committee.
Watkins will attend the Univer-
sity of South Florida in the fall.
He also received a state Bright
Futures scholarship.
At the American Legion Hall
about 200 visitors joined the
legionnaires and program
guests to remember the fallen
soldiers. The programincluded
a posting of the colors, patri-
otic songs, a memorial prayer
and benediction delivered by
post adjutant and: chaplain
James Williamson. The
traditional roll of the missing
was called by legionnaires
Alvin McGary, Julian Womble,
Lee Craighead, Don Vander-
laan, with Cadet Jacob Kelser
assisting.
Army National Guard Sgt.
Ray Hernandez, a member of
Tampa's -53 Infantry. Brigade,
remembered the men and
women who have lost their
lives defending the country.
"They are all heroes," Her-
nandez said. "They have paid
the highest price and made the
ultimate sacrifice to allow us all
to share the freedoms that exist
for us in this country."
A floral procession displayed
flower. arrangements and
wreaths provided to the post
for the Memorial Day pro-
gram.
Representatives of each civic
club and organization that pro-
vided flowers walked in solemn
parade through the hall.
The Rev. Tom Morgan of St.
Clement Catholic Church said
the blessing before a lunch
provided to the guests by the
post.


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Recreation department
hires supervisor
The city's recreation and
parks department has
appointed Christine Wash-
burn recreation supervisor at
the Planteen Recreation
Center.
Washburn comes to the
department from Orange
County Parks and Recreation
in Orlando. She has 19 years
of experience in recreation
management, athletics, fit-
ness, aquatics, marketing and
special events.
She will manage activities
at the Planteen Recreation
Center and the Winter Visitor
Center.
Washburn replaces Jaci
Jenkins, who left to pursue a
career in education. Contact
Washburn by e-mail at cwash-
burn@plantcitygov.com or by
phone at the Planteen Recrea-
. tion Center, 757-9166, or stop
by the center at 301 Dort St.

Checkers collecting
for troops
Checker's has teamed up
with Operation Gratitude and
America Supports You to send
care packages to U.S. troops
deployed overseas. Donations
can be made at Checkers of
Plant City, 2405 Jim Redmond
Parkway.
Items collectedwil used
by Operation Gratitude to
prepare and deliver care
packages to service members
overseas in time for the
Fourth of July.
Collection for the Patriotic
Drive will run through june
14.
Call: Kim Francis, 283-
7078.

Juvenile probation program
seeks volunteers
The Department of Juvenile
Justice program is seeking
volunteers for clerical, mentor
or case manager assistance.
Offices are at 1601 W. Rey-
nolds St., Suite 103.
Call: Sue Sloan or Barbara
Hubert, 757-9171.

Locals among winners
at recognition banquet
The Hillsborough County
Cooperative Extension
recently honored its out-
standing volunteers during
the organization's recogni-
tion dinner at its Seffner
office.
Extension volunteers are
involved with programs in
horticulture, 4-H, youth
development, family and
consumer sciences and agri-
culture.
Special honors were given
to: Stephen Gran, Agriculture
Volunteer of the Year; Lois
Babione, Family & Consumer
Sciences Volunteer of the
Year; Dave Thorpe, Horticul-
ture Volunteer of the Year;
and Debbie Schreffler, 4-H
Volunteer of the Year.


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NEWS DIGEST

Senate candidate
hosting fish fry
Ray Young, a Republican
candidate for the State Sen-
ate, District 10, is inviting the
public to a free fish fry, June
15, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at
the Red Barn Ranch, 4409 W.
Thonotosassa Road, just
^?s north of Interstate 4. The
event will include gospel and
bluegrass music.





4 THE COURIER JUNE'1, 2006


Plant City Police Make Record Drug Seizure


ROUTINE PATROL LED
TO ARREST
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The Plant City Police
Department recently made
one of its largest drug busts
ever when a routine patrol
turned up stolen vehicles,


drugs and cash worth more
than $100,000 combined, offi-
cials said.
On May 14, about 3 a.m.,
Officer Dennis D. Pawlowski
patrolling of the parking lot of
the Holiday Inn, 2102 N. Park
Road, when a license plate he
ran a check on came back as
belonging to a stolen motorcy-
cle trailer. On the trailer was a
stolen 2006 Harley-Davidson


motorcycle, said Capt. John
Borders.
"Further investigation made
by Pawlowski and Officer Billy
Enfinger located a suspect,
Barry Newsom, at. the hotel,"
Borders said.
Newsom, 39, lives in Lake-
land. After being issued a war-
rant, police to searched
Newsom's room and found he
was in possession of 750 grams


of crystal methamphetamine,
with a street value of about
$30,000, and more than
$41,000 in cash, Borders said.
The amount of crystal
methamphetamine seized is
one of the two largest in the
department's history, police
officials said.
Newsom was arrested and
charged with dealing in stolen
property, drug trafficking and


five counts of possession ot
drug paraphernalia.
The police returned the
trailer to its owner, who lives
in Mount' Dora. And the
motorcycle was returned its
owner in Winter Haven.
Newsom was released from
the Hillsborough County
Orient Road Jail May 22 after
posting bond of $20,000,
county records show.


POLICE LOG


The following incidents were
reported to the Plant City Police
Department May 14-21:
May 14
Drug investigation, 6 a.m., 2100
block of N. Park Road
Criminal mischief, noon, 300 block
of Park Springs Circle
Criminal mischief, 2 p.m., 4300
block of West State Road 574
Battery, 2:50 p.m., 1300 block of East


Calhoun Street
Criminal mischief, 3:01 p.m., 300
block of Park Spring Circle
Commercial burglary, 4:20 p.m.,
1900 block of S. Frontage Road
Vehicle theft, 10 p.m., 1600 block of
Cason Wood Court
May 15
Criminal mischief, 1:15 a.m., 2800
block of W. Reynolds Street
Grand theft, 3:30 a.m., corner of


Alexander and Spencer streets
Vehicle burglary, 4:30 a.m., 4600
block of Lykes Road
Grand theft, 9:30 a.m., 2500 block of
Thonotosassa Road
Petty theft, 10 a.m., 1300 block of
Church Street
Vehicle theft, 11:55 a.m., 1700 block
of James L. Redman Parkway
Vehicle burglary, 2 p.m., 200 block of
W. Alexander Street
Petty theft, 5 p.m., 4000 block of


Coronet Road
Battery, 7 p.m., 200 block of E. Cal-
houn Street
Battery, 10:15 p.m., 1700 block of N.
Park Road
Commercial burglary, 10:30 a.m.,
100 W. Prosser Drive
May 16
Petty theft, 8 a.m., 1400- block of
Strawberry Place
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TODAY
Bruton Library welcomes DidgeriDarren
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer "DidgeriDarren Down Under"
June 1. "DidgeriDarren" Liebman will
introduce the audience to the sounds of
the Australian aboriginal musical instru-
ment and involve the audience in a pro-
gram of dance and music.
A short 30-minute program for ages 3 to 5
will be at 10:15 p.m. and full program for
ages 6 to 12 at 11 a.m.
Call: 757-9215.

Library hosts computer programs for kids
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer the following computer pro-
grams for boys and girls grades three
through six:
June 1: "Catalog Fun"- Learn to
navigate the library catalog, 2:30 p.m.
June 29: "Internet for Kids" Use search
engines to find information, 2:30 p.m.
July 13: "Create a Flyer" Create a
bookmark using Microsoft Word and
tables, 2:30 p.m.
July20: "Powerpoint for Kids" Create a
Powerpoint presentation from a Word doc-
ument, 2:30 p.m.
Basic mouse and keyboard skills
required. Attendance is limited to 18. Free
tickets will be given out one hour before
each workshop until space is filled.
Call: 757-9215.

FRIDAY
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.

Teen night
An end-of-school teen night luau with
music and food is planned June 2 from 7 to
11 p.m. at the Planteen Recreation Center.
The event is for middle school teens ages
12-15 and will include a live disk jockey.
Admission is $6 at the door, $5 if in Hawai-
ian attire, and covers pizza and soda.
Information: www.plantcitygov.com/rec -
click the Teen link, or contact Steve Rossiter
at srossiter@plantcitygov.com or call 659-
4200, Ext. 4311.

SATURDAY
Amateur Softball
Association Championships
Girl softball players are invited to partici-
pate in the West Central Florida Softball
Championships June 3-4 at the Randy
Larson Four Plex and Stadium Softball
Complex, 1810 E. Park Road. There will be
three levels of competition: ages 10 and
under; ages 12 and under; ages 14 and
under.
Call: Carlton Benton, 659-4200 Ext. 4304.

Bike Fest
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce hosts its Bike Fest the first Saturday
of every month June 3 from 5 to 9 p.m. in
and around McCall Park, 100 N. Collins St.
The next festival will be July 1. Information:
754-3707, info@plantcity.org or www.plan-
tcitychamber.org.

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.

TUESDAY
Library offers story program
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer "Book Feast," a school-age
storyy program for ages 6 to 12 on Tuesdays
t 2:30 p.m. though July 18. Each program
features 45 to 60 minutes of food-related
stories, crafts, games and more.
June 6: Country Kitchen, serving up
stories about Southern foods.
June 13: Italian Cafe, stories from Italy.
o June 20: Cowboy Cuisine, stories from
the Southwest.
June 27: Aloha from Hawaii, Angel Paat
and Auntie Kaui share their island culture.


'Around


Pick of the Week


Photo courtesy of Plant City Children's Theatre

Children's Theatre
The Plant City Children's Theatre, 507 N. Wheeler St., plans a performance of
"Aladdin" Monday 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.


# July 11: Jungle Lodge, tales about wild
animals.
July 18: Fairy Tale Feast, medieval tales,
fairy tales, dragons.
Call: 757-9215.

WEDNESDAY
Library offers Mini Workshops
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer Mini Workshops for ages 8 to
14 on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. through
July 19. Boys and girls will complete a dif-
ferent project each week. The 60-minute
workshops include all materials and
instruction. Attendance is limited to 20.
Free 'tickets will be given out one hour
before each workshop until space is filled.
June 7: Soap Sculpture; June 14: Sudoku;
June 21: Cake Decorating; June 28: Bead-
craft; July 5: God's Eye/Weaving; July 12:
Knitting; and July 19: Doll Faces.
Call: 757-9215.

Library plans film program
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., offers a free film program for ages 5 to
14 on Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m. June 7
though July 19, for boys and girls who can
sit through a feature length movie. Films
average about 90 minutes to 2 hours.
Call: 757-9215.

PLAN AHEAD
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. Dona-
tions will be sent to the Real Life Children's
Ranch in Okeechobee.
Call: 752-1614.

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


stories and magic. Learn which books you
can read for every type of appetite and
mood.
Let's Party!, June 14 at 10 a.m. Gather
'round 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
show.
Going to the Game, June 28 at 10 a.m.
Go on a journey through the wide world of
sports.
Call: 987-6215.

Library welcomes 'Mrs. Kate'
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will present "Mrs. Kate" Carpenter, folk
singer, songwriter, and storyteller, on June
15 at 10:30 a.m. at 2:30 p.m. for ages 3 to
12.
She will engage the audience with her
music and all time favorites.
Call: 757-9215.

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.

Tea to benefit Pregnancy Care Center
The second annual Tea of Significance to
benefit the Pregnancy Care Center of Plant
City is set for June 17 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 1107
Charlie Griffin Road. Guests will enjoy tea
and desserts while supporting the cause.
Along with a silent auction, there will be a
vintage fashion show.
Individual tickets can be purchased for
$25 by calling the center at 759-0886.
For information, call Mary Alice Hen-
drick at 759-0886.


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PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High
School Class of 1951 meets
the second Tuesday of the
month at the Ramada Inn.
Call: 752-8479.

PCHS Class of 1953
The Plant City High
School Class of 1953 meets
the second Tuesday of each
month at 11:30 a.m. at Tony's
Airside Restaurant at the
Lakeland Airport.
Call: 752-6317 or 633-
0029.

Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of
Plant City meets the first
Friday of every month from 7
to 8:45 p.m. at Ms. Cherie's
Art & Frame Shop, 119 W.
Alexander St.
The group was formed to
help children appreciate art
and participate in hands-on
activities. Call: 719-6887.

Infant, child safety
seat checks
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander
St., offers infant and child
safety seat checks on Fridays
in the main hospital lobby.
Call: 754-4444.

Turkey Creek Class of 1955
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1955 meets
the fourth Thursday of the
month at 8:30 a.m. at Bud-
dyFreddys, 1401 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd.
All classmates, teachers
and staff members are
encouraged to attend.
Call: 986-1193.

Winter Visitor's Club
The Winter Visitor's Club
meets for business and pot-
luck dinners every Monday
at 5:30 p.m.
Membership is $10 per
year and includes shuf-
fleboard tournaments.
Call: 754-4130 or 757-
9165.

Lions Club
The Plant City Lions Club
meets Tuesdays at noon at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St.
Call: Judy Barta, 752-6193.

PCHS Class of 1958
The Plant City High Class
of 1958 meets for breakfast
the fourth Tuesday of every
month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's
Farmers Market Restaurant,
1401 Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. Call: 659-0421.

Plant City Bar
Association
The Plant City Bar Associ-
ation meets the first Friday
of the month at noon at the
Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler
St.
The group does not meet
for lunch in August or
December, but holds a
December holiday party.
Call: 866-1610, Ext. 4127.

Alzheimer's
support group
An Alzheimer's support
group meets the second
Tuesday of each month at
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Call: Linda Bryant, 754-3761.





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OP INI-ON



Nationalism, Globalism Are Corporate-Created Myths


We who write journalism are addicted to the
simplistic explanation. That is because we do
not have the space to be wordy and are denied
the luxury of attaching footnotes and biblio-
graphies to our stories.
So, you should be aware of


For example, the press treats
the stock market, as measured
by the Dow Jones industrial
average, as a barometer of the
economy. Actually, it's just a
barometer and not a very
accurate one of financial
speculation. The stock market
is less of an investment than it
is a gamble, and like a regular
casino, to win big you have to
bet big. To bet big you have to
be able to withstand big losses.
As in the casino, most bets
don't win.
Based on the information I
have from the only two people
I've ever known who actually
owned seats on the New York
Stock Exchange, the market is
no place for amateurs. Those
who make their full-time living
in the market have a better
intelligence network than the
CIA. Any news the public gets
about the market is already
ancient history to the insiders.
As for it being a barometer of
the economy, the first thing to
remember is that the phrase
"the economy" is in itself
misleading. It creates the
impression of a homogenous
unit. Truth is, the economy is


CHARLEY
REESE
Columnist


just the daily sum of all eco-
nomic transactions that take
place. Many businesses in
America do not have stock that
is traded on the exchanges. In a
country as large as ours, the
"economy" might be blazing
hot over here and stone cold
over there. People who get
raises tend to think the econ-
omy is good, and people who
get laid off tend to think it is
bad.
More importantly, we don't
live in "the economy" any more
than we live "in America." We
live in a particular place. If we
live in Alabama, then the
economy in Nevada has no
effect on us. If we live in


Atmore, Ala., then the housing
market in Birmingham, Ala.,
has no effect on us. If our local
manufacturing plant closes, it's
no consolation to know that
Las Vegas is the fastest-growing
city in America or that a new
plant is opening in Utah.
I hate the corporate attempt
to homogenize our country
and convince us that we are all
the same potato in the same
pot. Localism and regionalism
have been bad-mouthed by the
intellectuals, usually those
living in the most provincial of
all cities, New York and Los
Angeles. You can paper over
reality, but you can't change it,
and since we can't be in two
places at the same time, we are,
in fact, local and regional,
wherever we might be.
Even national news is a
myth. National news consists
of nothing more than a collec-
tion of local stories some wire
editor has decided might be of
passing interest to people in
other localities. That usually
means crimes, accidents,
natural disasters and occa-
sional bizarre coincidences like
three people being killed by
Florida alligators in one week.
You'll have to live a long time
to see that story again.
The only real national news
stories I can think of are
presidential elections and wars.
Everything else is local.
Nationalism and globalism


Don't Believe Everything You Read -


A ll you need to become a political expert or a social
commentator is an imagination, a computer,
access to the Internet and a mailing list. Here's
how it works:


Take an informal poll by
asking your friends about some
controversial issue.
Throw out any answers you
don't like. Better yet, simply
make some stuff up.
Label the results, "Here are
a few more things you won't
hear about from the liberal
media elite."
Paste the document into
your mailing list.
Hit "send."
Who knows, maybe your
spin will "go viral" and spread
everywhere. People seem
especially compelled to
forward messages that claim to
own inside information not
available from "biased" news
outlets.
If you want to really hit the
jackpot, tag something like this
on the end: "If you truly love


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


America pass this message to
10 other people." Or, "Forward
this message in the next five
minutes to receive good luck
blessings."
I haven't created any urban
legends lately, but it does turn
out that I'm uniquely qualified
to take the pulse of America. I
talk to a lot of people. I inter-


view hundreds of folk from a
wide variety of backgrounds.
Complete strangers contact me
and volunteer their thoughts
about everything from freedom
of speech to what exactly is
wrong with our county com-
mission (I think it's the free-
dom of speech thing). Plus, I
am a completely objective and
impartial observer. OK, that
last part's not exactly true.
The best part is the conven-
ient detail that opinion colum-
nists are unconstrained by the
niceties of sourcing and the
nuisance of verifiable fact.
That said, I'd like to share
the results of some of my more
recent polls.
Seven out of eight customers
waiting to get their cars
repaired agree that 11 in the
morning is the wrong time to
air sitcoms that detail the
sequence of events leading to
the loss of a young women's
virginity.
The one dissenting opinion
was owned by a teenage boy.
His agitation was short-lived,


are both corporate-created
myths, and they both are being
disproved by reality. Global
trading is no different than it
has always been. People in one
country have always traded
with people in other countries.
The Earth, in fact, is not flat,
and there are no people,
outside of a few religious folks,
on Earth who put the interests
. of others ahead of their own.
The multinational corpora-
tions, the chief peddlers of
globalism, might still believe
they can turn Earth into one
plantation owned and man-
aged by them, but their day is
past. It's going to be downhill
from now on for these
unelected moguls.
We are, I believe, living in the
twilight of Euro-American
domination. We are like a
former world champion gone
to seed from luxurious living.
At least that is my simplistic
view of the world from the Gulf
Coast on this very fine spring
day. I hope that, rather than
accepting it, you will use it as a
starting point for some
research and independent
thinking of your own.
If all you know is what you
read in the newspapers, then
I'm sorry to say you're in bad
shape.


Write to Charley Reese at
P.O. Box 2446, Orlando, FL
32802.




Except This

however, when his stimulus-
response overload was redi-
rected by the timely arrival of a
box of fresh jelly doughnuts.
This next one is telling.
Significantly more than half the
people who talk with me regret
the amount and the quality of
television they watch. At the
same time, a good 75 percent
of my acquaintances wish they
spent more time reading
books.
Average households rack up
satellite or cable bills in excess
of $60 a month. Yet, when the
clerk at our favorite bookseller
suggests springing $25 for the
annual discount card, most of
us will run home as fast as we
can. Then we can kick our-
selves later for watching back-
to-back screenings of some
show we all agree is completely
without merit.
Go figure.


Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
him at derekmaul@gmai-
l.com.


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JUNE 1, 2006 THE COURIER 7


LEGAL ADVERTISE T


RESOLUTION NO. 92-2006


A RESOLUTION PROVIDING NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT OF AN

ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, AS

REQUIRED BY SECTION 166.041, FLORIDA STATUTES, AND OTHER APPLICABLE LAW.

WHEREAS, the City Commission has received petitions for voluntary annexation from owners of real property 6. The West 3/5 of the Northeast %4 of the Southwest /4 of the Northwest % of Section 18, Township 29 South,
within the unincorporated area of Hillsborough County; and Range 22 East, lying and being in Hillsborough County, Florida. (Folio #92339.0000)

WHEREAS, the City Commission determines that the petitions bear the signatures of all owners or property in 7.4014 Drawdy Road (Folio #92409.0000)
the area proposed to be annexed and meets all the legal requirements for voluntary annexation; now, therefore
ANX-2006-002:
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA:
324 North Webb Road (Folio #90448.0000)
Section 1. As required by Section 166.041 and 171.044, Florida Statutes, and other applicable law, the City
Commission of the City of Plant City, Florida, does hereby give notice of the proposed enactment of an ordinance ANX-2006-003:
entitled:
4307 W. U.S. 92 (Folio #82183.0000)
ORDINANCE NO. 13-2006
ANX-2006-004:
AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY UPON PETI-
TION OF THE OWNERS THEREOF, AND REDEFINING THE BOUNDARY LINES OF SAID MUNICIPALITY SO AS 3521 North Wilder Road (Folio #89851.0000)
TO INCLUDE THEREIN SAID REAL PROPERTY, AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 171.044, FLORIDA STATUTES.
ANX-2006-005:
The proposed enactment of said ordinance, following second reading, shall be considered by the City Com-
mission at its meeting in the Sadye G. Martin Auditorium of the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 1.1306 Whitehurst Rd (Folio #82085.5000)
West Reynolds Street (City Hall), Plant City, Florida, on June 12, 2006, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matter may be heard, at which time interested parties and citizens may appear and be heard with respect to 2. The South 132 feet of the West 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of the Southeast /4 of Section 24, Township 28 South,
the proposed ordinance. Range 21 East, Hillsborough County, Florida; Less the East 87 feet thereof and less the west 154 feet
thereof and less the South 30 feet for road. (ANX-2006-005; folio #82085.0000)
Section 2. All persons are advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commis-
sion with respect to any matter considered at such meeting, he will need a record of the proceedings, and for 3. 3406 Boot Bay Rd (Folio #820865.0000;)
such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. 4. 3402 Boot Bay Rd (Folio #82124.0100)

Section 3. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person with a disability requiring rea- 5.1303 Bonnie Rd (Folio #82124.0000)
sonable accommodation in order to participate in this meeting should call the City Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at
least 48 hours prior to the public hearing. The maps showing the areas to be annexed are attached hereto and incorporated herein. The proposed ordi-
nance, which the complete legal description by metes and bounds of the area proposed to be annexed, may be
Section 4. The proposed ordinance, which includes the complete legal description by metes and bounds of the obtained and/or inspected by the public at the office of the City Clerk at the Nettle Berry Draughon Municipal
area proposed to be annexed, may be inspected by the public at the office of the City Clerk at the Nettle Berry Building, 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida.
Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida.
Section 6. In accordance with Section 171.044(6), Florida Statutes, the City Clerk shall provide a copy of this
Section 5. Brief general descriptions of the areas proposed to be annexed are as follows: resolution, via certified mail, return receipt requested to the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough
County.
ANX-2006-001:
Adopted by the City Commission on May 11, 2006.
1.4207 Mud Lake Road, (Folio #92413.0000);
ATTEST:
2. The West 200.00 feet of the North % of the Northeast 1A of the Southwest %A of Section 18, Township 29
South, Range 22 East, Hillsborough County, Florida. (Folio #92413.0100) /s/ Virginia L Helper /s/ John L. Dicks
City Clerk Mayor-Commissioner
3. The West 200.00 feet of the Southeast /4 of the Northwest /4 of Section 18, Township 29 South, Range 22
East, Hillsborough County, Florida. (Folio #92412.0000) APPROVED AS TO FORM AND CORRECTNESS:

4. 3902 Drawdy Road (Folio #92408.0000) /s/ Kenneth Buchman
City Attorney
5.4002 Drawdy Road (Folio #92407.0300)


Anx-2008-03


Anx-2006-G04


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BETTY'S PLACE




Love On The Menu At Restaurant


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


They were both home
schooled and attended
different churches, and
about five years ago,
Rebecca "Becky" Fenner
visited Andrew Peter Schref-
fler's church, but an oppor-
tunity to get to know each
other was pretty much non-
existent.
But then, last year, they
found themselves working
side by side at Fred's Market
Restaurant. It didn't take
Becky's mom, Margaret,
who also works at the
restaurant, long to see the
sparks flying.
Margaret asked Andrew
what his intentions were for
her daughter. Without
hesitating, he answered, "I
love her." Andrew and Becky
are now engaged. She is the
daughter of Ric and Marga-
ret Fenner and he is the son
of Deborah and Fred
Schreffler, all of Plant City.
Andrew, a second year
student in Hillsborough
Community College's early
enrollment program, was
raised in Mulberry and
knows the path he plans to
take with the girl of his
dreams. He will pursue a
career in business manage-
ment and make Becky his
wife in early 2007.
Congratulations!

Couple met in novel fashion
Library volunteer Ginny
Belderes met Ron Walker over
books one night.
After sharing experiences of
single parenthood, they
started dating. Before long,
Ginny, an employee in the
human resources department
at city hall, was walking down
the path at Lake Mirror in
Lakeland to share wedding
vows with Ron.
The ceremony, performed
by Plant City City Clerk
Virginia Helpe and the bride's
father, Bill Pennell, was
attended by special guests,
including their children -
Tyler Belderes, 10, and
Jasmine Walker, 4 Ginny's
mom, Dorothy Pennell, and
the groom's best man and
brother, Russell Walker from
Hope, Kan.
Ginny said neither rain nor
lightning kept it from being
the perfect wedding. Russell
and other wedding guests had
to sit on the runway at Tampa
International Airport for six
hours due to a storm, and
Tampa received the third
highest daily rainfall since
records were started in 1800s
the day before the Feb. 4
wedding.
The couple honeymooned
in Maui, Hawaii, and spent


AtA


Above, Plant City
Federated Republican
Women's Club presi-
dent Mary Jo Futch,
left, with scholarship
recipients Staci Watson
and Mary Coleman and
scholarship committee
chairwoman Mary Ann
Hall. At left, Mallory
Brooke Davis and
Michael Steven Gay
plan a wedding in
August. Below, Roger
Sloan congratulates his
grandson on winning
his wings.


Photo courtesy of Davis family


Above, Andrew Peter
Schreffler and Rebecca Jillian
Fenner plan a 2007 wedding.
At right, Newlyweds Ginny
and Ron Walker spent their
honeymoon on top of a
volcano. Below, the Plant City
GFWC were on hand for last
month's GFWC Florida
Federation of Women's Clubs
convention in Orlando.
Pictured are, front from left,
Jodi Smith, Vivian Devlin and
Nia Jordan. Back row, Racquel
Sturgis, Tiffany Johnson,
Jennie Harwell, Alise Sollen-
berger, Irmgard Tannery, Alva
Swilley and Betty Astin.


Ginny's birthday on top of
Hailaikeli, a dormant volcano.
Come rain or shine, we
hope this family enjoys many
happy years!

Adam Cason earns his wings
Best wishes to Adam Cason,
who recently completed Army
Airborne training at Fort
Benning, Ga.
His grandfather, Roger
Sloan, formerly of Plant City,
had received his wings 40


years ago to the day, and had
the honor of pinning Adam's
Airborne wings at the gradua-
tion ceremony.

Watson, Coleman
earn scholarships
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
recently presented $500
scholarship checks to Staci
Watson and Mary Coleman of
Plant City High School.
The club's annual fashion


show makes these schol-
arships possible. If you are
interested in joining, call
Mary Ann Hall at 716-4997 or
Melane Byrd at 754-0424. The
club meets the second
Thursday of every month at
the Ramada Inn Red Rose
Dining Room at 6:30 p.m.

Stephanie Barker
represents city
Stephanie Barker, daughter
of Mary and Bill Barker of


Plant City, represented Plant
City High School at the recent
Mid-Florida Hugh O'Brian
Youth Leadership Seminar in
Orlando.
She joined 150 Florida
sophomores with leadership
potential, and returned home
with a challenge to perform at
least 100 hours of community
service this year. The event
was established in 1958 by
actor Hugh O'Brian following
See BRIGGS, Page 9





JUNE I, 2006 THE COURIER 9


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Photos courtesy of South Florida Baptist Hospital

Hospital opens outpatient center
South Florida Baptist Hospital recently opened an
Outpatient Rehabilitation Center at the Walden Lake
Medical Arts Building. Above, staff of the center were on
hand to mark the opening. Below, David Davenport, a
physical therapist, shows Dr. Carlos Lamoutte a new piece
of therapy equipment at the new center. The center is at
1601 W. Timberlane Drive, Suite 200, and is open Monday
through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call: 707-9362.


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a visit with Dr. Albert
Schweitzer in Africa.
Schweitzer believed that the
most important thing in
education was to teach young
people to think for them-
selves.
The local, sponsor is
Woman's Club of Plant City.
Plant City is proud to have
this fine young woman in our
community.

Strawberry queens:
Wadel, Talmon
Dishing up strawberry
shortcake sounds like a lot of
fun, but during Strawberry
Festival time it's a lot of hard
work.
And Claudette Wadell and
Audrey Talmon have been
awarded honorary life
memberships for their work
with the East Hillsborough
Historical Society shortcake
booth.
Congratulations!

A memory of James Redman
When I first moved to Plant
City I heard about "the old
guard," longtime residents
and shakers and movers in
the community.
Plant City longed for more
art. James Redman, a state
legislator at that time, was
called upon to help.
The head of the state
cultural affairs office told him
Plant City could have an
artist-in-residence. Redman
said he didn't want an artist-
in-residence, but just wanted
to see more artwork in the
city.


True to the guardian nature
of Redman and Bud Nifong,
head of area schools, the
perfect place was found for an
artist Cork Elementary,
where Redman's cousin Jack
Deshong was principal.
I suspect they agreed if he
could get hundreds of kids to
toe the line, he could keep
one artist in line.
In no time at all, principal
and artist, my husband, John,
became the best of friends,
and I fell in love with this
town. Redman and Deshong
are gone now, but I thank God
for the "old guard" and those
now stepping into that role.

Wedding bells for
Mallory, Michael
Greg and Billkie Jo Davis of
Plant City recently announced
the engagement of their
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Davis, to Michael Steven Gay,
the son of Steve and Tracey
Gay of Plant City and Eliza-
beth and Robert Baker of St.
Petersburg.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
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by Amazing Autos.
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2000 graduate of Plant City
High School and is employed
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An Aug. 12 wedding is
planned at Plant City Church
of God.

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10 THE COURIER + JUNE 1, 2006


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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doi er.: Do er Rd ." .AD:n ning St.
659.260011

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
1/len Chapel. 1 19F laura St,

,Mount Olit e. 1113 :. ,Madison 51
flount Olir e. Horton Rd, "3".'262-.

APOSTOLIC
. samhlen .1poslolica:
1501 Colson Rd. "3". 3496
.Iposolir (Inurch o/lesus Christ.
1212 W. Re-nohLs. 4".513"

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundwmt lije Pinecwre Rd.
lilbthia.85.42-40
ietlhanyj: 9.S04 t Hne Rdl,
Thonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St., 752-5005
Christian LifeAssembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
Fiiilb Temple: 1-.4 at llilhl.boroiigh Polk
Coiunit liI, ,-52. 5 12
Fulth liglthoua..
1,09 9R ;9 % 52.' .isS
first Plant (lth.
Charlie rinfpin Rd.
SoJhf 3SR9 S. 52-.i3351i
Fort 1l4fia Corner of South Itin1 59
Sn ille Rd. .3" 4656
Ae ,sille. SR 640. "3"-. ,>l
,itonl tZion-
1. at lmru)tosassa Rd. "52-1614
PlhasanI 6mie:
lurketf Creek Rd. .)"".3529
I hctorn' iorsiip (enter.
County line Rd. "54-6089
Sridner.: ldeli Rd, .170 mil.
of q .dne,.-Do er Rd, 659-0532
lurke (Creek.
Turkey 'Creek Rd. "54-53 "2

BAPTIST
lh ra: (urkei (reek Rd.
\. of SR 60. "3"-3'"9
.lafia Baptist: 222. Ilafia (hurrh Rd.
611-8845
. ntioch: Horlon Rd. "3"-3240
Berea: SR39 S. "3"-1232
Bethbanr: Cork Rd. "52-9209
Bethel: 80 Ii. Renro t51., "54 -239
Beulah: /len 6 countyy line Rd,
ulthia. "'.-112
Bible: (Iarle Gr6ffin Rd.
"52.28"5
Burrhuood temple: EnulM Dr 6
SR 5"4. "52.3"82
Call an Free Ull:
3539 frapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grare: E. Ke.st ille Rd.
3" 1231
centrall of L/thia:
Pinecrest C K.esuille Rd
Church on the Rock:
30 L. ILsobrook., 52-3"40
(fmnuninll, (hristian.
1310 \. bhamnon .lie. '"545383
Crossroads: SR 39 S. Plnecrest.
".3'-1211
(onntlrside Baptist Church.
13. 22 iduel Rd. 5"i 8200
Dorer first: \. Gallagher Rd.
659-0203
Easiside: 1318 [. (alhoun St.
'54-2&16
East Thonltosassa: .WkInlosh
& Kilghits-.rlffln Rd. 986. 4346
Faith temple Primnlthe:
808 if. Ifashlngton St "5'-6661
first Baplist thbiih of lidlu ar:
Ithdnar Rd, "'52-"09
First Baptist ilthia:
Intersection of SR 39 &6
tithlia.Pnetresl Rd. ""-1121
First Plant Cilv:
503 .. Palmer. "52. 410
first Thonotosassa mIIssionar.':
sthlntob Rd. 986i-#"56
Harmnon.i Baptlstl hurch.
6008 I. Ahights Griffin Rl, 986. "165
Hlopenell: SR 19 5, "3".3053
knights: Paul Buchnian I/n,
"52. -9"2


lebanon. Bmnch forbes Rd.
"52.2006
lone Oak: lone Oak Rd. "54.-5i2".
,loulnt Morial, Ireen ill.
harnn johnnson t. '54- 439"
,liount foriah rreenill.
120l2 Coson Rd. "-190
Mount Olite. 604 U. Ball St.
"54f-8.54i
\e Htinpe Freen ill
iaplist ( hunrh:
3101 S-rdnet Doier Rd., Dover
\en Ill. lion Freen-ill:
.5041 Daniels Rd.. 5-52.3985
%orlhide-
rli \V. Franklin St. "52-2"9
Oakioond: airport Rd. ".l52.599
Plant Cill Prinmiti e:
509, fliers St. "54.261/
Plea ant iwi e tiril
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shilob Baptist Church:
905 W Terrace Dr., 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 S. Warnell St, 754-4992
51. Itan, Frven ill
Hunter ihanren it. "5-f.853j
S/. ilrn1 Ilitsionan..
IP 0 S.R. 611 ". .3tfA
S it atn Oninmunll Chlanth
90" F. anura St. -54-1i<6
idthlet: 151 (re Rd. 659-.102
Turkey' ( rek I (onunnnih.
Baptist (h uni h:
5i-4" furket (reek Rd.
813. "3"- 1224
furkei Creek first:
[rapnell Rd "52. "8910
I ictort isionarr: flaki Rd
Itehflvme Baptist- I11308 elcome
Churhi 51. (813) "-".2288
iWestide: 2503 It.: 6anfeld. Ae,
"521-450
9 hitelenir Ril 901 Hhilehurst Rd.
"54-5405

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little I nion: 15510 (ountl Rd 39,
lithia. 634-4"5.
Salem Primilti e:
14402 Salem (Church Rd.. idneer

CATHOLIC
St element : 110of alexander St.
"52-8251

CHURCH OF CHRIST
,. Wilder Rd: 938 \. IWilder Rd,
"52-2"-1
(Cork: Cork Road, "52-1521
laura St: 13 10 t. aura St1.
-52-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd. "-5i-1485

CHRISTIAN
I Li ipl i u1 Chri:d[i
lirsl: 2108 lhonolosassa Rd.
"52-5385


CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
(ornerlone Chbris/tan'
ftinlosh Rd, .A of VR 5.'1

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Aen G6race- 1214 F. laura St

CHURCH OF GOD
iCler'.lind Tenn I
(ali arn Clonmunt:ll
5209 Smllh.Rals/ Rd
Dover: Doninuiing St. 659.2900
Planl CfIt: 2103 Itndlake Rd. "i52 4591
lunker( reek: furke, (reek Rd
at SR 60, "-"-1331
Thonotosassa:
1"02 V. Faylor Rd, 986-1916

CHURCH OF GOD
(Arij ntr,inr Irdalijrii
Ainga, lt: 281108 Ain,,ar \..
Seflner. 65"-'"500
Planhmt i. Grace felloslhip
"1'.Ilobomok t. 361 8/90
lirst. \. Gondon anl Baker 51.
"52.1 38
gospell Tabernade: Illen & Haines St


EPISCOPAL
Si. Peters. 301 .. arena )it.
"52. 5061

FULL GOSPEL
Dea.linl CItmnrb of Plant i't
1112 \. heeler it..
813.659.2181

HOUNESS
Delh eramne Tabernacle
h08 IK. Granl tSt.
Refuge ( hurn of Olur Inni
"28 If Ball 51

INDEPENDENT
fail 6oapel fatbetnacle.
2311 Samnmomnt Rd "5 .3si3
Resloralion Lsemblj:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists for Jesus Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel Plant City:
1310 North Shannon Ave., 892-0510
(C ristlian (,u n th (unter:
151f \ %1Wannon. "19-.2'99
(orenant Bible Ct(huinr
1401 I lomlin it. "-5 11.)5
Deeper' Ille Tellon ship.
(orilia Rd II oj 5Rj9 ,.
Reti al Outreach Center:
22 5.\. DoverRd. (6512250

JEHOVAH S WITNESSES
Kingdom hdll: 3202V Starnlatul hte.
"52.33;.45

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of Jrsus Christ IDS:
1805 A. Park Rd. "52-63.6

LUTHERAN
Hope IofS: 2001 Park Bhld. "52 4622
lord of life HIC:
210-h 5fud lake Rd. "52.606-1

NAZARENE
,agoner Mtemorial:
20)2 Ihud lake Rd. "52-'863

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
full Gospel Fellouship:
I: ,Itclin Ite.
full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Samnmnds Rd. "54-3843

Greater Lote Christian Center.
1109. Franklin St. "59-82"0
Impact Family Wfiorship Center:
fleets at 5efier lemnenlar,
School. 65"."91
Aainos International
( Imrrh of Ilorida:
902 E. Renfo St. "64-0929
lampa Bible Fellouship:
10201 E. Iillsborough.lIe. "54-26'4
1 nith Christ Church:
1911 V. Gordon St. 659-2621
iouman s Praise and WIorship (enter:
1.5. 92 h

ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Orthodox (hurrh:
3820 M.oores lake Rd. Dover. 659-0123

PENTECOSTAL
6uealer Heights family
Iorsbip Center:
.301 ( lemons Rd., 54 "088
tIhing Iaters Foiurnquarv
(Churh: 602 5. rters it. "59-0528
A'en Hope Uorship (enter:
803 ff. Itahmuone St. "5".6123

PENTECOSTAL HOUNESS
Doler. toore's lake & Holiness
(bChurch Rd. 659-1301
(hunb of the thing Gotd
1102 [ler St, "5.-5840

PRESBYTERIAN
vtrangellcal Plant C(tl:
110" Charlie Griffin Rd. "59-9385
lirst Presbrlerlan Plant CHI-:
40-4 1. Remolds 51, "52. 4211


SANCTIFIED HOUNESS
Talk u ith God listn':
151i4 l R 5". Doter. 659-0930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant (it.: 220 ; Slrauherrl' Dr.
"52 4694

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES. INC
1" I-inle aigle n altellowuhtap e
Frramelismn 'I south l igfpiuns Rd..
"1-.3224'

SOUTHERN METHODIST
first- 103 1.Johnson Rd.
-5,1.5968

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. 1lark i united (ibunh:
2914 Liltna-Pinecrest Rd, alrico,
685-0998

UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's Lake Rd at
SIetlhdil thnunl Rd. 659 1415
lirst Plani tih. W03 \ him ers %.
"ii-ji19
race. b1801 Che _iSt., 659-3"'1
Suielt Heights- halter Or, "5 1.2H1
pringhead: 230i sparknun Rd.
"52.5"51
St luke: :09 1. anram t. 5"-605t
Tionotosas&a: fot Ai/ng Hin at
istlehtoe Dr.. 986 "135
frinill Plant 0tr:
4-02 I english St. "52-9.316

WORD OF FAITH
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11C( Plant tCih'Campus.
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JUNE 1, 2006 THE COURIER 11


S C .iHLOOLS




Jennifer Faliero Seeking Re-election


SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
WANTS SECOND TERM
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The race for the District 4 seat on the
Hillsborough County School Board is
heating up, and incumbent Jennifer
Faliero is ready for the campaign trail.
"Working for my constituents, the
students, parents and teachers in Dis-
trict 4 is a full-time job for me," Faliero
said. "Student curriculum and achieve-
ment in our schools are on the rise. But
there are many things that need
improvement that we continue to work
on.
Faliero is.facing competition for the
seat from Hunter Gambrell, a 2005
graduate of Plant City High School,
and an employee there in the special
education department.
The school board position is consid-
ered part time. It pays about $38,000.
"In my experience, the school board
seat is not part time," Faliero said.


"Those who think it is soon find out the
job can't be done fairly any other way."
School board members attend two
meetings each month, as well as lun-
cheons and other affiliated meetings.
They review agendas
S : that cover everything
S" from school district
employee selections
to the approval of the
placement and
construction of
S' schools in all of Hills-
'borough County.
"The research
Faliero needed to prepare for
our meetings is well
over 20 hours each week," Faliero said.
"Those who don't put in the home-
work have forgotten who they are serv-
ing. Those members are protecting the
status quo. They are pandering to par-
ents, rather than the needs of the stu-
dents. I will fight tooth and nail for the
students' rights to a quality
education."
Faliero, 43, was born in Birming-
ham, Ala. Since attending the Univer-


"In my experience, the school board seat

is not part time. Those who think it is

soon find out the job can't be done fairly

any other way."
JENNIFER FALIERO
District 4 seat, Hillsborough County School Board


sity of South Florida, where she earned
a degree in mass communications,
Faliero has lived in South Tampa, Bos-
ton, Mass., Northdale, and most
recently Valrico.
"I am glad to be in eastern Hills-
borough," she said. "There is a friendli-
ness here that you don't see in other
parts of the county."
Faliero was the lone dissenting vote
on the school board when the 2005-06
school calendar was proposed, eliminat-
ing any references to traditional holidays
such as Easter and Christmas. Her vote
to reject the politically corrected version
of the calendar was vindicated when a
public outcry forced a second vote and


the decision was reversed.
"There is an advantage for board
members who are not former educat-
ors," Faliero said. "Many educators are
visionaries. And they should be com-
mended. But those at the top, in admi-
nistrative positions, seem to have an
aversion to change. They are incapable
of reform, such as the school concur-
rency with growth. Reform has to be
forced on many of the members of the
school district, including the school
board. And on the board of county
commissioners."
The school board primary election
will take place in September. The
general election is in November.


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HUNTER GAMBRELL
IS 18
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Hunter Gambrell, a candi-
date for the Hillsborough
County School Board, said the
current board would be
improved by his election to it.
The 18-year-old candidate,
a 2005 Plant City High School
graduate, is running for the
District 4 seat, presently filled
by Jennifer Faliero, who was
first elected to that position in
2002.
Faliero intends to seek re-
election.
The district encompasses
Plant City and most of eastern
Hillsborough County, includ-
ing a portion of Brandon,
Lithia, Riverview, Seffner and
Valrico.
"I would like the public to
recognize that my age will


actually benefit the voice of
the school board. Not a hin-
drance," Gambrell said. "Stu-
dents are often more aware
than others of what is good or
bad about the way a school
operates. I want to bring the
school board some solutions
to many of the ongoing prob-
lems."
Gambrell was born in Lake-
land, but moved to Plant City
to live with his grandparents
and attend PCHS during his
freshman year.
Presently Gambrell works at
PCHS as a special education
teacher's aide. He also attends
Hillsborough Community
College.
During his high school
years, Gambrell was an hon-
orary member of the Civitan
Club, was a member of the
Best Buddies Club, a service
organization that pairs older
students with younger ones to
offer advice and build class-
room and real-life skills. He


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Hunter Gambrell, 18, a 2005 graduate of Plant City High, is running for election to the Hills-
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removed from the school system, will help him define current problems and find working solu-
tions in the process.


also volunteered to assist stu--
dent athletes and coaches at
team practices and games.
Gambrell rates school safety
as one of the important issues
on his priority list. The use and
maintenance of school buses


and the selection of high
school graduation sites is also
of concern, he said.
Teachers' salaries, the need
to supply each school with good
teachers, facilities and equip-


ment are all issues to be dis-
cussed and improved, he said.
The school board primary
election will be Sept. 5. The
general election is slated for
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Continued From Page 4
Aggravated assault, 8:25
a.m., 1514 S. Alexander St.
Petty theft, 9:40 a.m., 2600
block of James L. Redman
Parkway
Commercial burglary, 5
p.m., 1500 block of E. Baker St.
Petty theft, 7:53 p.m., 2600
block of James L. Redman
Parkway

May 17
Lewd and lascivious, 4 a.m.,
900 Loganderry Lane
Burglary, 4:18 a.m., 1700
block of James L. Redman
Parkway
Vehicle burglary, 10:30 a.m.,
300 block of Park Spring Circle
Domestic Battery, 1:25 p.m.,
1800 block of W. Palmetto
Avenue
Kidnapping 1:30 p.m., 3400
block of W. Baker St.
Criminal mischief, 3 p.m.,
2200 block of W. Oak Avenue
Vehicle burglary, 6 p.m.,
1500 block of Laura Street
Vehicle theft, 7:45 p.m., 2600
block of James L. Redman
Parkway
Drug investigation, 7:27
p.m., comer of Alexander St./
James L. Redman Parkway
Commercial burglary, 9:30
p.m., 100 block of W. Prosser
Drive

May 18
Burglary, 1:05 a.m., 700
block of S. Collins Street
Drug investigation, 1:07
a.m., S. Collins St. near W.
Strickland St.
Residential burglary, 11
a.m., 100 block of W. J. Arden
Mays St.
Retail theft, 2:40 p.m., 2100
block of James L. Redman
Parkway
Retail theft, 3 a.m., 1500
block of N. Burton St.
Residential burglary, 8 p.m.,
4200 block of Kipling Ave.
Commercial burglary, 10:38
p.m., 100 block of W. Prosser
Dr.
Vehicle theft, 11 p.m., 2100
block of N. Park Road

May 19
Drug. investigation, 1:56
a.m., 1900 block of James L.
Redman Parkway
Drug investigation, 2:25
a.m., Alexander Street and W.
Dr. MLK Blvd.
Vehicle burglary, 2:35 a.m.,
2600 block of James L. Redman
Parkway
Residential burglary, 3:38
a.m., 600 block of E. Alexander
St.
Battery, 8:16 p.m., 600 block
of Coronet St.
Vehicle theft, 11 p.m., 100
block of Oakbrook Lane
Commercial burglary, 11
p.m., 3300 block of Gloria Ave.

May 20
Vehicle theft, 7:30 a.m., 1200
block of Townsgate Court
Vehicle burglary, 5 p.m., E.
Reynolds St. and Michigan
Avenue
. Vehicle burglary, 10 p.m.,
100 block of N. Ritter Street

May21
Vehicle burglary, 4700 block
of W. Wind Drive
Residential burglary, 10
a.m., 100 block of Oakbrook
Lane
Battery, 4:32 p.m., 400 block
of West Ball Street
Robbery, 6:50 p.m., 100
block of North Pearl Street
Robbery, 7:05 p.m., 2300
block of James L. Redman
Parkway


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Sports Physicals
South Florida Baptist Hospital is offering low-cost
sports physical to athletes from local schools and
sports organizations. Please arrive during your
team's scheduled appointment time in order to
check in with your team's representative. The cost of
the physical will be $12. Please bring any required
school, league or team form. Parent or legal
guardian must be present. All proceeds, minus $2
per exam, will go to support your team. Call Jodi
Knowles at (813) 757-8511 with questions.
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Front entrance
Additional parking located N. Plant Ave. & Oak St.
Tuesday, June 27, 2006
5:30-9pm
Event Schedule:
Turkey Creek Trojans 5:30-6pm
Tomlin Middle School 6-6:30pm
Plant City High School 6-6:30pm
Antioch Youth Sports 6:30-7pm
Durant High School 7-7:30pm
Plant City Dolphins 7-8pm
Dover Patriots 7:30-8pm
Plant City Colts 7:30-8pm
Walk-Ins 8-8:30pm
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Screenings

Diabetes Education Support
Group
For more information or to enroll,
call Lisa Finley at (81 3) 757-8202.
June 6, July 11
5-6pm
2 South Classroom
Cost: Free -

Free Blood Pressure Checks
No appointments necessary.
Every Tuesday, 1 -2pm
Hospital Main Lobby

Bereaved Parents Support
Group
Bereaved Parents of the USA will host
a support group meeting. There will
be times for mothers and fathers to
share together and separately.
4th Thursday of the month
7pm
Cafeteria Conference Room
Call Beth Tancredo at (813) 393-6577
or Anita Pippin at (813) 363-6973 for
this class only.


CholeSterol Screenings
TC/HDL/Glucose
No fasting required.
No appointment necessary.
4th Tuesday of every month
2-3pm
Hospital Main Lobby
Cost: $15
Basic Life Support for
Healthcare Providers
June 6, 6-1 Opm; New Certification Only
July 8, 9-11:30am; Recertification Only
Community Conference Room
Cost: $30 (includes book and card)
Must register to attend. Pre-payment
required.





Bresstfeeding
Gain confidence with breastfeeding. This
education and support class will help,
whether you are currently breastfeeding
or planning to. Must register to attend.

(Maximum 10 participants)
June 5, July 31
7-9pm
Administration Conference Room
Cost: Free


Childbirth Preparation
Program
This six-week course prepares you
and your partner for all phases of
labor and delivery. It covers
emotional issues, relaxation and
breathing exercises, and feeding and
caring for your new baby. The sixth
class contains information previously
given out during our Baby Care
Classes. Classes are held once a week
on Tuesday. Must register to attend.

(Maximum 8 couples)
June 26 July 31
7-9pm
Administration Conference Room
Cost: Free

Infant & Child Car Safety
Check
Four out of five car seats are
installed incorrectly. Is yours one of
them? Come find out.
Every Tuesday, by appointment only.
Community Health Resource Center
Hospital Main Lobby

Auxiliary Book Fair
Public welcome Credit cards accepted.
June 15 & 16
7am-4pm
Community Conference Room


Some dates may have changed. Please double-check the date of the screening you wish to attend.
For information, registration or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.
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14 THE COURIER JUNE 1, 2006


LYMPIC SPIRIT


AT TURKEY CREEK.
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Saturn Sierra holds the American flag during the ceremony.


hundreds of parents,
teachers and students
turned out for Turkey
Creek Middle School's
Olympic Day last month at the
school.
After an opening ceremony,
students competed for gold, silver
and bronze medals in track and
field, basketball and archery.
I ul .-y Creek is one of the 27
schools in the country recognized


by the National Association for
Sport and Physical Education as a
STARS school.
STARS recognizes a school's
total physical education
program as the whole
department meets the criteria of
the national standards and
guidelines for K-12 physical
education on a progressively
more challenging ascent toward
excellence.


Above, Fabian Rameriz, right, leads the Dream Catcher group
around the track for the parade as it starts the opening cere-
mony. Below, Ricky Truman carries the torch as he leads the
parade.


Abbove, seventh-grader Alexis
Wyatt aims a bow during the
May 10 archery competition at
Turkey Creek Middle School's
Olympic Day event. Other
activities included track and
field races and basketball
games. At right, Shanandoah
Derrico, left, Kim Swanson,
Daryl Swanson, Joe Kapalka,
Carl Washington and Cynthia
Pace, from MacDill Air Force
Base, carry their Pride and
Tradition banner during the
parade.


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The Faithful Men Gospel Quartet perform.



Hundreds Turn Out For Gospel Concert


9 GROUPS PERFORM
Staff Report
Nearly 600 people turned
out April 21 for The Florida
Opry's Almost All Night Gospel
Sing.
Touted as "the area's largest
gospel sing in over 25 years," it
was the first time the annual
gospel sing moved from the
1914 Community Center to
the First Baptist of Plant City.
The concert started at 7 p.m.
and ended close to midnight.
Performing were Never
Fade Bluegrass Gospel; Spirit
Song from the First Baptist
Church of Plant City; Celebra-
tion Quartet from Bell Shoals
Baptist Church in Brandon;
the Master's Four Gospel
Quartet from First Baptist in
Dover; the Bloomingdale Mes-
senger Quartet; the Faithful
Men Gospel Quartet from
Citrus Park; Chapter III Trio
from Lakeland; Edith Lang-


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Myrle Henry enjoys the show.
At right, Myrle Henry, director
of The Florida Opry, leads the
audience in the pledge of
allegiance.
ston and the Gospel METS
from Plant City; and Royal City
and The Boys, a family group
from Winter Haven.


IN THE SPIRIT

Rev. Mike Holland: Ahava Baptist Church


Mike Holland has been a comfort-
able fit with Plant City from the
moment his father was called as pastor
at Westside Baptist in 1960.
The easy-going preacher graduated
from Plant City High in 1970 when
Sonny Jones was principal, married a
local girl in 1971, and soon enough
found his way back to his adopted
home.
Q: What does "Ahava" mean?
A: It's Hebrew and from what I
understand it means love. It's from
Ezra 8:21. We tell everyone we are
"Southern Hebrew."
Q: How long have you been at the
church?
A: I have been here 15 years. I'm the
third pastor since 1945. I always tell


people if I had to
listen to myself.every
week then I'd move


I A ,my membership.
Q: What is a pastor's
job?
A: The pastor's job
is to feed his sheep, to
HOLLAD lead them and to
HOLLAND protect them, and he
does that through the
word of God. I have to feed my sheep
and their job is to scatter out in this
world and take the gospel wherever
they go.
Q: Were you born locally?
A: I was born in Indiana in 1952. But
I don't like to tell people that. We
moved to Florida two months after I


was born..
Q: What brought you to Florida?
A: I'm a PK preacher's kid. My
father worked with several churches
and an evangelistic crusade. He came
to Plant City from Ocoee.
Q: What did you do after high
school?
A: My dad was ministering in
Mexico, so I joined him for a while. I
returned to Plant City and met my
wife, Charlotte Danley. We married in
- 1971. I was ordained at Shiloh Baptist.
Q: Where have you served?
A: My first church was in Lakeland. I
ministered in Lake City and returned
home to take a call at Sydney Baptist.
Then I came back to Plant City and


worked with my dad at Oakwood
Baptist up near the airport. Ahava
called me in 1991.
Qi Are you happy here?
A: I'm country, I'm relaxed. I like to
talk to people in the grocery store line.
I love Plant City and the close-knit
atmosphere. People know you. My
concern is that we welcome people in
but don't lose our heart and identity as
people who care.
Q: Do small churches still have a
place?
A: The megachurch has to try hard
to do what we do naturally by being
small. Big churches work at that heart,
that closeness that we have so easily.

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6, -;HE FOURIgPER .UNE 1,2006

DEATHS


Lott
Coley Lott, 80, of Dover died
May 16.
He was born in Midland
County, Ala., and was a long-
time resident of Dover.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
of World War II and a railroad
heavy equipment operator.
He is survived by his wife,
Dainty; two sons, Herbert D.
of Quitman, Ga., and Darrell
of Blackstone, Va.; two daugh-
ters, Colette Moore and Traci
Wimer, both of Dover; 10
grandchildren; and 11 great-
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Brownlow
H. Lamar Brownlow, 61, of
Plant City died May 19.
He was born in Bay View,
Ala., and was a longtime resi-


dent of Plant City.
He was a minister.
He is survived by his wife,
Waneda; two sons, Maj. Travis
of Valrico and Philip of Plant
City; a daughter, Mary Colon
of Valrico.; two brothers, James
W. of Carbon Hill, Ala., and
Harold R. Sr. of Indonesia; a
sister, Jackie Logan of Leigh-
ton, Ala.; and five grandchil-
dren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Hodge
Martha Hodge, 83, of Plant
City died May 19.
She was born in Hartford,
Ala., and moved here from
Alabama 45 years ago.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by two
grandchildren, Chris Gunter
of Plant City and Hope


Williams of Lakeland; a
stepson, Raymond; and two
stepdaughters, Vernell Car-
ractic and Dorothy Adams.

Ballard
Marion L. Ballard, 90, of
Jacksonville died May 20.
He was born in Plant City
and was a supervisor in ship
building during World War II.
He worked for the Atlantic
Railroad, then CSX Railroad
for 35 years as a diesel engi-
neer and inspector.
He was a member of the
International Association of
Machinists and Aerospace
Workers.
He is survived by his wife,
Ada Mae Brownlee Ballard;
two sons, Robert M. of Jack-
sonville and Renus C. Knowles
of Plant City; two daughters,
Carol Knowles Keene and Lou


Ellen Martin, both of Jackson-
ville; a sister-in-law, Marie of
Plant City; six grandchildren;
and eight great-grandchil-
dren.
Gliddens Funeral Home,
Jacksonville.

Jordan
William L. "Willy" Jordan,
29, of Plant City died May 21.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City.
He is survived by his wife,
Amy; three sons, Tyler, Jaquize
and Caleb, all of Plant City; a
daughter, Haley of Plant City;
his father and stepmother,
Nowell and Edwina of Lithia;
his mother, Sandra of Plant
City; four brothers, Kevin of
Plant City, Wesley of Lakeland
and Danny Blanton and Zack,
both of Lithia; paternal
grandmother Helen of Geor-


gia; maternal grandparents
Rex and Delores Tolbert of
Lithia; and maternal great-
grandmother Mary Lou Pea-
cock of Plant City.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Hallman
Carolyn A. Hallman, 72, of
Plant City died May 21.
She was born in Atlanta and
moved here from Douglasville,
Ga., in 1988.
She was a manager for a
retail store.
She is survived by two sons,
Gerald W. of Thomasville, Ga.,
and F. Scott ofWinnsboro, La.;
a daughter, Sheila Skiles of
Dover; two sisters, Shirley
Tucker and Juanita King, both
of Douglasville; six grandchil-
dren; and seven great-grand-
children.
Wells Memorial Funeral
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HONOR ROLL

Knights
The following pupils were
named to the principal's
honor roll for the third nine-
week grading period at Knights
Elementary School:
Second grade: Sydnee
Dorofy, Alexis Williams,
Gabrielle Johnson, Jonathan
Westlake, Stephanie Palacios,
David Cox, Alexis Burkley,
ElijahMcColister, BrettWarn-
ick, Taylor Watkins, Cory
Smith, Breanna Hadden,
Jacob Beall, Alyssa Suarez,
Josie Kennedy, Cody Waters,
Aaron Ginn, Charles Lemons.
Third grade: Megan Shul-
mister, Karina Casey, Zachary
Vaughan, Katie Mitchell.
Fourth grade: Madison
Keene, Savannah Browning,
Summer Burbage, Sarah
Odom, Abimael Albiter, Kyn-
dall Hallman, Brenda Dilts,
Josh Maraman, Cindy Ibarra,
Maggie Westlake, Corazon
Saldierna, Lexi Ham, Melissa
Cerny, Holly Dunhardt,
Sandra Gaspar, MariaWalker,
Lauren Evans.
Fifth grade: Emily Bush,
Patrick Parrish, Christy Pull-
ins, Katlyn Joyner, Yajaira
Trevino, Kaila McKee, Kyle
Moore, Kellee Brown, Karyn
Mitchell, Monet Iverson, Jose


Armijo, Gianna Edmunds,
Kyle McGuire, Isabella Bau-
tista, Bobbie High, Daneisis
Pantoja, Kelsey Thomas, Ash-
ley Murray, Nicole Lentz.

Durant High School
The following students were
named to the principal's
honor roll for the third nine-
week grading period at Durant
High School:
Ninth grade: Mohammed
Abdel-Rahim, Brittney
Andreasen, Jordan Andreu,
Freeman Bass, Dylan Berry,
Sarah Bowers, Serina Brad-
dock, Jeffrey Butler, Logan
Butler, Ana Camacho, Andre
Carmo, Anastasia Dawson,
Caitlin Dever, Austin Donini,
Berenice Flores, Robert
Gomez, Christian Guillermo,
SarahHermis,MeganHolmes,
Laporchue Hooks, Kelsey
Horton, Kaitlyn Hughes,
Akshay Ignatius, Robert Jor-
dan, Kimberly Kelley, Emily
Kieffer, Gina Knopp, Cassan-
dra Koehn, Shanah Leater-
wood, Beth Liebespach,
Michael Lucas, Robert Lyons,
Stephen MacNeil, Shane
McDougall, Kaitlyn Miller,
Mary-Helen Moran, Ashley
Morris, Chelsea Morris,
Anoop Mukundan, Lindsey
Mutert, Jane Nappi, Andrea
Nichols, JessicaNichols, Nich-
olas Palsis, Megan Parsley,
Ariana Ramdin, Jessica Rob-
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inson, ZacharySchaefer, Tyler
Shepherd, Eric Soule, Crystal
Tenn, Na'Iyma Thompson,
Tiffany Tucker, James Van-
Cleve, Mitchell Varnum,
JosephVenoy,Jeanette Wasik,
Jessica Willhite, Taylor
Wright.
10th grade: Nourham
Abdel-Rahim, Alyssa Anza-
lone, William Augensen, Dan-
iel Barousse, Samantha
Booher, Roosevelt Broadnax,
Talia Carroll, Gary Cooper,
Sara Demuth, Zachary Dever,
Kaylee Doback, Lydia Dowe,
Amber Eschenfelder, Ariana
Fernandez, Sarah Fowler,
Elizabeth Gomez, Anis
Gomez-Hernandez, Ruben
Gonzalez, Daniel Guillen,
Elizabeth Gwyn, Tracey Her-
bert, Luis Hernandez, Keylee
Holway, NancyHooper, Brad-
ley Jenkins, Kasey Johnson,
Kristen Jones, Ryu Kosaka,
Stephanie Kuczynski, Octavia
Lloyd, Berly Lue, Juan Mares,
Amy Marsh, Lauren
McClamma, Dawn Moody,
Daniel Morales, Julice
Ogando, Zachary Oranje,
Khalid Pagan, Christgen Par-
ish, Chelsea Pelter, Christo-
pher Plante, Chantal
Quintana, Brandi Reverse,
Nicole Schoen, Marshal Sew-
ell, Diana Silverio, Grant Size-
more. Melissa Smith, Alissa
Smoot, Megan Stevenson, Jor-
dan Thompson, Eric Vanwil-


tenburg, Jessica Venoy, Casey
Zimmerman.
i th grade: Marianele
Aybar, Jessica Bevlin, Anne
Cardenas, Kevin Carney, Can-
dace Compton, Mary Anne
Costa, Phillip Costa, Rachel
Cox, Jenna DeMarco, John
Decker, Jeffrey Freeman, Car-
mela Gandarilla, Camille
Jacobs, Jack Kaler, Mandalyn
Koratsky, Skylar LaRussa,
Jerry Lor, Darren Martin,
Joseph McGarry, Ashley
Miller, Joseph Moore, Alex
Nappi, Lauren Olfson, Joshua
Overstreet, GabriellaPaulino,
Sean Price, Michael Ritchel,
Antowan Rose, Elisabeth
Schwob, Saima Siddiqi,
Michael Simeone, Christo-
pher Smith, Frances Spradley,
Mark Stutzman, Saint
Thompson, Robert Tomczak,
Johnathan Weaver, Stephanie
Willis, Madison Worthen.
12th grade: Jesmy Akkath-
hara, Fadwa Ali, Matt Allen,
Brittani Anthony, Melissa
Barbarossa, Alexandra Bliz-
zard, Steven Clark, Nancy
Contreras, Amanda Cooper,
Brittany Crandall, Stephanie
Darchiville, Ashley Davis, Jer-
emy Duvall, Cassandra
Ellington, Danielle Ervin,
Anthony Fattlatusso, Heather
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Q: Do you see Scientology
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straight beside it.
Q: What makes you proud
of your wife?
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pastor's wife, she puts up with
me. She's loving, caring and
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torate. We have three children
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and Timothy, plus six grand-
children.
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maybe, but not divorce.
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movie?
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spring at the Otis M. Andrews Sports Complex as part of the Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department/Optimist Youth Soccer Program. The league 1,554 players on 122 teams crowns six
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OPTIMIST YOUTH SOCCER

SEASON COMES TO A CLOSE
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The Plant City Recreation and Parks
Department/Optimist Youth Soccer
League season comes to an end
tonight, when six different leagues will
crown their champions. Six age groups
hold their tournament finales at the
Otis M. Andrews Sports Complex.
Last Thursday, the first champion-
ship matchup to get set came when the
top two teams in the under-15 girls
league both won. Leah Kostelnik
scored three goals to help lead the
Screamers past the Stingers, 5-1, and
the Stars beat the Shock, 1-0, with
Estela Antunez getting the only goal.
Tonight's final, along with the title
game in every league except for the
under-19s, is set for 6 p.m. The U19
game is at 7:30 p.m.
The Stars finished in first place for
the regular season and are now 8-1,
but that one loss was to the Screamers,
who are 7-1-1.
In the U15 boys league, the semifi-
nals were set two weeks ago. The top-
seeded and unbeaten Seminoles were


scheduled to take on the 7-2 Sidekicks
Tuesday, with the 7-1 Strikers meeting
the Stealth in the other semifinal.
After a couple of big upsets in the
tournament's opening days the top
teams in both the U10 boys and U12
girls leagues falling all of the regular-
season champs were able to make it to
the semifinals. With the exception of
the U15 girls, all of the other semifinals
were scheduled for Tuesday night.
The Leopards (8-0-1) of the U10
boys league were pushed to a shootout
on Friday, but beat the Rowdies, 3-2, in
one quarterfinal. Juan Nolasco and
Abraham Fasquez scored in regulation
for the Leopards, who outscored the
Rowdies 2-0 in the shootout. James
Orso had both of the goals for the Row-
dies, who ended with a strong 6-2-1
record. The Leopards, who won the
American Division, were set to face the
Celtics in one semi after the Celtics
edged the Bandits, 3-2. Pedro Espinal
had two goals in that one.
The other half of the U10 bracket
featured a surprise club. The Lions,
who were 3-4 during the season, beat
the Cosmos, 1-0, Friday on a goal by
Roberto Seguin. The Cosmos were the
team that stunned the 7-0 Bobcats in
the first round.
On Tuesday, the Lions were sched-


uled to play the Firestorm. In their first
two playoff games, the Firestorm out-
scored their opponents 13-1, with
Victor Hernandez getting five of the
goals.
Holding mostly true to form was the
U10 girls league, which held its quar-
terfinals late last week. Top seed the
Courage blanked the Beat, 2-0, Thurs-
day to improve to 7-1, with a goal dif-
ferential of 29-5 for the year after that
game.
Shannon Gill and Stephanie Guerra
scored a goal apiece for the Cougars,
who were. slated to play the Dragons
Tuesday night. The Dragons beat the
Thunder, 2-1, Friday after those teams
finished tied for sixth during the
regular season.
The Lynx, who went 5-2 this year
despite scoring just 12 goals (they
allowed only eight), fittingly enough
had a 1-0 win over the Wolves Friday
and went up against the second-
seeded Tigers in the other semifinal.
Savannah Browning, Katie Lahaie and
Alicia Marquez scored a goal apiece for
the Tigers in their 3-1 quarterfinal win
over the Panthers.
Both teams that went through the
U12 boys schedule with a 7-0 record
easily advanced to the semifinals
there. The Clash drubbed the Flash,


10-2, on Thursday with both Juan
Marquez and Danny Trejo recording
hat tricks and Eduardo Carbajal scor-
ing two goals. The Clash advanced to
play the Crew in one semi, with the
still-unbeaten Rapids to take on the
Revolution in the other.
Mauro Nolaso Jr. scored three goals
and Kevin Rogers had two for the
Rapids in their 7-2 win over the Galaxy,
while Yzael De La Cruz poured in five
goals for the Revolution in a 9-2 win
against the Fire. Gerson Herrera had
three goals in that game as well.
And in the U19s, where the team
names are fashioned after the English
Premiere League, Liverpool advanced
to play top seed Newcastle in thrilling
style. Last week, Liverpool beat Man
United 6-5 in a shootout. Erik Espi-
noza had two goals in regulation and
one of Liverpool's two OT scores. Iswin
Guillen scored three for Man U.
Manchester City was to play Totten-
ham in the other semifinal after Man
City moved on by beating West Ham
7-2. Juan Ramirez Jr. scored five goals
in that contest.
Newcastle was 6-0-1 during the
season. Tottenham took out the
second-best team, Everton, with a 7-2
victory in the opening round of the
playoffs.


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TOURNAMENT

OF CHAMPIONS
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
A warm-up to Little League
all-star tournaments will get
started this Friday, when the
District 4 Tournament of
Champions action tees off.
Plant City will host the
Junior and Senior Little
League age groups.
The "TOC" gathers the top
teams from all of the baseball
and softball leagues through-
out District 4. Later in the
month, the all-star tourna-
ment gets going, with the very


best players from each league
selected to represent their
cities.
District 4 covers Plant City
and Polk County and stretches
out to cover Poinciana and
Hardee as well. A total of 11
teams will comprise the
Junior/Senior bracket, the one
that will unfold at Plant City
Little League.
Format is double elimina-
tion.
The machine-pitch tourna-
ment will take place at Polk
City. The 9- and 10-year-olds
(15 teams) will play their TOC
at Peterson Park in Lakeland.
The North Lakeland Little
League will be busy, hosting
all of the softball action as well


as the Majors baseball tourna-
ment. The Majors (11- and
12-year-olds) is the age group
where the all-star teams will
vie to advance to the familiar
Little League World Series in
Williamsport, Pa.
Plant City Little League will
actually have four teams in
the Majors TOC, and three
each in the Minors and
Junior/Senior events.
Brackets were to be
generated randomly by a
computer on Tuesday night at
a district meeting.
All-star teams can be
announced as soon as June
15, and the first all-star tour-
naments will begin June 23.


Plant City volleyball camp
Plant City High School will
host a volleyball camp for girls
ages 9-16 June 9-10 and June
14-15. Camp sessions will run
from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3
p.m.

Lancers golf tourney
To benefit its teams, the
Plant City Lancers club soccer
program will host a two-man
golf tournament at Plant City
Golf Course.
The final event is June 16, a
nine-hole best-ball and nine-
hole alternate shot tourna-
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Cost: $45. Prizes go to first
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Call: Chris, 299-2449.

Plant City softball camp
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lighted w/beveed glass BUILDING 103 E. Baker used, inbox, 5yr warr. $4300 OBO Top Dollar Paid $$$ June 5th and 6th vaccines (813) 963-6612 400813-685-2052 F-$800; M-650 Minis
doors, accommodates St. Fri & Sat June 2 & 3 $995813-684-7337 813-758-1714 Economy Office Furniture 1Oan-pm GOLDENDOODLES CKC $375 (863)537-1648
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FTON Treasures kits. Phone quotes, in- ble keyboard, roan down I Equip. 5303 W. Kennedy Blvd. ,stsee GOLDEN Retriever AKC 9522 or 813-973-4461
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something, for every- Fletcher Music for $57K. Seats 19-22P with 28 park From $500. 813-995-2512 813-634760 Lic# P06062440
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mint con-.$700.obo Din- PLANT City, Xtra lagre Sports Games, & Juke ment. Only 1 year od. Tickets with parking olatePOP,vetchkd.HC tochoosefrom champ oRAT e rerp s UKTCI
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seats 6.$85. obo Small Oaks Mobile Home Park Available 813-293-6836 Royal cherry excel ent 813-671-1135 215-7830 June 1st. $250 eac% vet checkd.non shed n Toys-minis $350&up
Ent. Center, real wood. Hwy 39 N. to Joe condition. Beautiful. BUCS SEASON Tickets 3 1(863) t 425-8331 e $het200 4ked1-429- mrhed.
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desk. $250 obo low Signs. Thur, Fri & Renew /Chane Color. 813-310-0657 Equipment seats on 32 yd line, BEAGLES, 3 beautiful LAB AKC yellow, cham-
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recliner new, lyrAsk- Health Pr edServin Florida $3000, Asng $1700. 813- We have Hoods, Walk-in ( Tools or352-748-3506. $600. 727-96-4668 remisesReady to go
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BAHAMA PULASK NOTHING! CALL FENCE SALE 6x8 $21.95 VIOLINS $100, German & rse' L O L p
AA 800-337-4144 Board on Board. Hurry $150. Vioa $150. Cellos JCS Buildings, Garages, Utility Buildings / Wheaton/Brindle. $700. Miniatures N/low STANDARD POODLES,
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AND OVER 100 OTHER LEVITRA/VIAGRA & Diet www.danie4lefence.com Mandolins $120. Guitars ing $595. Galvanized JJ com (352) 591-2271 resho, health cedines, non shallergencd-
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13-63-4744 ramadol, Phentermine, Required! Access 250+ 10year warranty availa- 813-621-0077 Dep 813-759-9497 champion bloodfine, health cert, parents on
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UNIT: 8406 JOHN MADISON) SS.: wihince saidoun d t orom saoe. I "ay Top
UNKIT: 806 OHN Docket No.: U-1634-89 above described Dollar. Closing within
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UNIT:829 LUCKEY PROPERTY EXECUTION quantity of land more or CallGerald Danley.
SNLEY HOSE ouL t of Family Court of less. It is the intention 813-985-8885
STANLEY HOUSEHO the State ofNew York, to hereby to convey all of
.. .. h. :a r i i n~t tnn:-,r delivered against then said map and part of Lot
S. r, goods, chattel, landssand No. 102 as shown on said
.SSt hr.: t,', a elements of Thomas B. mtap.t e Being the same
0 ..I .P +t p McAllister, I have seized i Oentical premises that
R nI PANELA I DRE and taken all the right, was conveyed by
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A L NOTICI OFS Thomn of Lot 102, as B.Mctl listeron to Willi amd MLndd
,.d described property to Welfare of the Madison
inIr, dn,,rd.:n,:,. wvr, he wit: 1920 State Rou e 31, County Public Welfare REAL ESTATE
". ,r, ,n- ,: Fiorida Chittenango, NYle gal District of Hamilton, New FOR SALE
S..i. ir, tIn.S ErE due description is a achnd. I York by warranty deed
The m.... H rrn ounp.,rd 'nNsrrges for am selling the above, with lien covenant,
S'" *.Enlld ,, s1. i ,air an chattels, mortgages, recorded in the Office of
1 B Iowner's lien of the conditional sanes orany theClerkoftheCounty
goods hereinafter other encumbrances. of Madison in Liber 619
dese-ribe'd Indt ,erT d at DATE OF SALE: June13, of.Deeds at Page 275 on MONEY NOW
Uncle Bob's Sell Storage 2006. TIME OF SALE: July 16th, 1965. Being the
lA ,J:1 il r at.5M 10:00:a.m. SALE WILL BE same parcel as that We Buy Houses
Ciry.Florida 3 .56i Madison County Office Carlson, Commissioner Other Guys Won't!
'81175S9.526. Kndr, due Building, N. Court Street, of Social Services of Instant Contract. Cash.
nc itic having be'r, giv- Wampsville, New York Madison County Social Any Area Condition
Si i In, i ien :,iwnr,:, said inthe lonbby.Dated: May Services Department to Situation. IfYou Call
SI i I rop-rly a.nd all parties 17,2006.tRonald .Cary Clifford F. Brown and You'll Sell. 813-289-1144
nown tc claim an ,n- Madison Co. Sheriff Ruth E, Brown by deedu
I A ty eresi there and the SCHEDULE "A". ALL dated September 28th, ANGELO BUYS HOUSES
:;mt s -Ir,.1ed r, :uch THAT TRACT OR PARCEL 1974 recorded on Cash any condition.
"- -, : ;n,:,I'c- Ir p of OF LAND, in the County November 4th, 1974 in Handyman, fire, dis-
yuh .i*ng -. prEd of Madison and State of the Madison County tressed, vacant, occu-
lie ,i,:o. ii b .'d'd New York, being a part Clerk's Office in Book 682 pied. Anywhere in FL!
i. pubic aucc.n at the of Lot No. 116, in said of Deeds at Page 694. Apts. / Comm., residen-
ab, s M-bslated addre-ss to Town of Sullivan, and tial. No deal too
S-Inc- hgne, biddAer or known and distinguished 2976 5/25, 6/1,8/06 big/small. Quick clos-
S.... Iotherwise dF, o.ed of as Lot No.x103 and part .- 1-800-SELL-181; I-
on Wednesday, June of Lot 102, as shown on a 35954-816-4363
14. 200U ati90At,1. map of Larkin Cottage
SLots on Oneida Lake, at Local Handyman looking
LOUIS BENNETT Lakeport, New York, to buy houses that need
Household Go:,i. Fur- made by C.F. Barlow, work. Will also buy as-
riture. Bcoer. T:os, Surveyor, and filed in signment contracts.
TV's or Stereo:,E*Luip- Mad son County Clerk No Fs A w t nt reats.
nrr,.nnil nOffice June 29, 1923, said C ondition Quick Cs-
premises being more ing Bring all Deals. Call
JENNIFER GUEVARA- particularly described as Nagy 813-843-2233
AUI follows: Commencing in FINANCIAL Jim Nagy 813-843-2233
IG l .-. iH,:.user, old Goodi. Fur- the northwest corner of A He Bus
n,ture. B-",E Lot No. 103 and on the AA Home Buyers
southerly boundary line
"H,.,uSci,:.la G,:,.:..s Furni- thence running easterly Opportunities 8 0
turE. Bo-is Appli- ason and on thet813-600-3657
.. a:e:. TV'.:. ,'r Stereo soutgerly line of said

corner of premises whereyou live? Move
SUZANNE MIXON heretofore sold on to the Treasure Coast, New Construction
H,.:uEr,jld G. ,-,1. Furni- contract to one Cromp; Florida. Stuart/Port St. 2200sf 4Br 3Ba
lur,. B,:'.-_u. Acibances thence southerly and at Lucie. Area boasts 1/2Acre
T1. or Srereo Equ,p- approximately right $60,000/yr. medium 813)971-6953
men ands to saitate household income 81%7)59-2959 www.
Hiway a distance of w/over 500000 people sewarthomesfla.com
JOSH JOHNSON 128 feet to an iron stake En O ex
l.ure the southerlyhne f ot w oths TShow Off Our New Life-

AMBER ROHRER ma- thence westerly change within 50miles. Call Now to See if Your
-1. 1 H,:,u.h.rioI,,,,..Furni- approximately Mr. Levy 772-201-2001 Home Qualifies 1-800-
L tur. Li,.. -.-'. Apit-hanices, arallefto the southerly 518-5532, Lic
TV S ",r Sic r,.- Euop- Pine of State highway No. HOME REFUND JOBS! #CBC010111
rn?.: souther y line of part of Weekly Processing Comi Attn St. Pete &Tampa In-
MONVA SMITH Lot No. 102 and Lot No. pany Refunds Onlie! vestors! I have 3 handy-
.:.. H,.. ho,: ,,Gd -;. Furni- 103 a distance of 80 feet Guaranteed Paychecks! man specials this week
lure B'-''. '. Appliances to the southwest corner No Experience Nleeded! with $25-$50k inequity.
mue nenuent conf.actor of Lot No 103 as shown Positions AvailableTo- They sell quickly!Cash
S r .'" ALICIA MOSS on said map; thence day! Register Online or Hard Money only!
T '____a U-.. ',,H,.,ueh,:,ld ,v,,,d:..yFurni-inortherlyow! New Investors welcome.


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GIBSONTON Lease Op- www.sellatimeshare.co Will not subdivide 912- $89,900-$139,900. Par- Gibsonton- 13150 U.S. Hwy. 41 Tampa 8305 W, Hillsborough Ave. Tampa 4943 E. Busch Blvd.
tion;New single am m or Call 1-800-640- .839-7500. cels available form 1-7
3/2.5/2 + loft, 3/2/2m 6886. acres w/million $$$ Tampa 7124 N. Dale Mabry .Tampa- 5601lEL.Fletcher
/2/2 2Many upgrades, GEORGIA Homes for views' $39 900-89900. Land 0' Lakes 2400 Land 0 Lakes Blvd. Tam -7124 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Tama -5601E Fletcher Ave.
near. PublMix/ Lines& Homesites / Lots s 0 ac. from Paved roads utility
Tpa 813-298-04o92 $30, b to $541,000 2 Free Information. 828- Lithia- 13411 FishHawk Tampa -11211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Tampa -8002 N 56th St.
RUSKIN- 4.71 ac MOL, hrs S.E. of ATL. Great 256-1004
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26 TkIE COURIER JUNE 1, 2006
((Houses Unfurnishedj Campgrounds 3 (t[ Boats V) (( Vans J (( Motorcycles )) ((Classics & Antiques)) ((Automobiles for Sale)) ((Automobiles for Sale)
BRANDON 3br, 2ba, 2cg, BUFFALO HILLS CAMP- 17 CC 1995 Sea Pro 90hp Chevrolet 1996 Astro CMC 1999 WideRider CHEVY 1986 El Camino FORD 1995 Taurus GL au- MITSUBISHI 1997 Galant,
in-ground swimming GROUND Open year- mercy, Coastguard AWD, 53k original miles, Red/silver/black. new 2-tone paint, 4.3 to, nice car looks & power locks & windows.
pool, formal front rm & round. Ask about own- equip, bimini top, power doors & win- Fully customized show fuel inj eng, ACps pb, runs great. '1200 obo CD Player, cool air,
dining rm, kit. opens to ership, as little as livewell trailer. Excel- dows, very .good cond. stopper, $14,950. needs nothing, $6500 or 813-677-0185 or great condition! $3000
family rm., $1,500/mo + $160/Mo. Quality amen- lent! $5500 813-496-9029 $4300. 813-903-6997. 813-282-7480 trade 813-731-6242 813-774-0345 obo. (813) 988-6554.
$1500dep. 813-969-0309 ties, clubhouseniking
$150D ep.813-9 trail, more! Accommo- 18' 2000 Seapro 180cc, CHEVY 1984 C20 Conver- HARLEY- 1976, XLCH FORD 1931 PU, All Steel, FORD 1998 Mustang NISSAN 1990 300ZX 2+2,
BRANDON 4br 2ba 2cg, dates largest RV's. cntr cnsl, 115HP, John- sion Van, 305 111K mi, Sportster, 1000CC, elec- Needs finishing, Low mi., SRS '6 -spd SAN 199
fireplace, 1950 + sg f, Near Seneca Lake 3500 son outbrd,.Bimmi top, TRANSPORTATION 2nd owner, Bed, Cap- tric & kick start S&S, 305/350, Drives Great ice cold AC, AM/FM/CD, all pwr, sunroof, 5spd,
huge fenced yard, close acres of boating/tish- 2 fish live wells,perf. tains Chrs, nice & Clean fat tank lots of chrome Many New Parts, 99,600mi, new res exc cond, over $7,000 in-
to mall & freeways, ing. 1-866-685-808 trlr $7995 813-758-1515 $1,250 .813-839-9254 $3200 06B0 813-645-2041 $12,500 813-788-1220 great shape. $4950obo vested recently, asking
Avail now. $1395 mo. + 1 0 8 813-833-9288 $7,650 813-362-3533
dep. 813-758-2280. Motor 18' 2004 SEADOO Auto Engines / CHRYSLER 1999 T/C LXI HARLEY 1998 SPORTSTER FORD 1965 MUSTANG
Motor Homes / RVs) Challenger 1800 Jet Parts / Misc. Tan over Tan Leather, 883, Screamin' Eagle- coupe 6cyl, artialy re- FORD 2001 ESCORT SE SAN 1991 Maxima
CITRUS Park 3bd, 2ba, Boat Great cond. bare- 84K m, $7700 obo Fat Bobs-windshield stored, goo condi ion, Silver, 4 door, auto' NISSAN 1991 Maxima,
2cg with pool. N pets 19' MOBILE TRAVLER, ly used inc CD player, B .Exbcond. ampa saddle bags, straight $4,500 or best offer. A/C, new tires, excel- GLE spd, loaded,
15121 Heathridge Dr. runs good everything $17Kobo. 727-389-1035 ay rea MotorWor&ins 813-935-3909 pipes, has only 16,250 813-991-1713/892-2310 lent condition $3,450. Bose C new AC, 130k
$1800 per mo. 1st + works, $2500 Engine rebuild & insa mi, runs & sounds great Call 813-323-869' m, $1900. Great cond
lst+ dep. Avail 6-15-06 941-526-9435 Ellington 18.5' Searay Bowrider U 3 waarny DODGE 2002 Caravan $5,900obo 863-619-8592 JAGUAR 1970 E Cpe Stor- 81935-7565.
678-698-8473 2001 exc cond, low rs, at/13-926-9994 SE38,500 Mi, V6, Garage ed several yrs. Pro ect FORD 2002 Mustang GT,
27' 1990 Winnebago 4.3 mercy cruiser, new 813-926-9994Ket, Auto, PW, AC, HARLEY 2000 Dyna Wind- many new parts. $7000 torch red gray Ithr 4.6, NISSAN 1998 Maxima
MEADOWPOINT 27' 1990 Winnebago trailer. Must see! COMPLETE 351W with C6 $9,500 shield, En Guard, New Serious cash buyers 5 spd full loaed500 GXE Auto, exc. cond,
$1500/mo Brand new ClassC, very low m. $14,999 813-598-9566 ck -843-6513TiresBraes ry, ONLY 813.610.057 ri m. scored & cd. 83.7k miles, CD pl
4br,2ba,2cg, 2000sf gat- fullyloaded, super Trani. Out of show truck, 81a-843-6513 My.0 83.7k miles, CD player,
ed coroT I rec clean in/out, must see 19.5' RENKEN 1987 turn ke. Less than 2,000 DODGE 2005 Caravan $M9 bre, Garaged LINCOLN 1965Continen $1 5 00 obo. radio, AC, sand color 8
cr FR. $10,900. 352-400-2897 o 40h miles. $2900 obo. Gn $9,900ob0 813-737-9031 LINCOLN 1965 Continen- $ 863-287-40320moredio 813-966-6155
ctr, FR. $10,900.352-400-2897 bowrider w/'96140h all (727)946-9102. SXT 12,000 miles, Like tat conv't. AC, auto, 430
813-956-906 n Mercruiser, Humminird al ) New Exc cond. HARLEY 2001 FLHCTCUI eng red power top, FORD 2004 Taurus SE,
31' 2000 Coachmen Lp- FF, runs good, $3500 obo. Handicap lift on back Trike, Lehman kit, greaf cond $15k obo. 40.2k, AC, PS, PW, tint- Nissan 2001 Sentra GXE.
NEWTampa/Heritage rechaun Class CVI F 813-505-7361962-5910 or cash. Fenders, hood, $15,500 813-741-0743 17300 miles, stereo, cas- 813-263-5909 ed windows, PL, cruise, Economical 4 cyl,4door.
Isles, beautiful new, 14', 8 21.5' 2000 Sea P ro Center door tank& many otheo, setpe player, excellent fOcnE 4E at d A/ iknw
de 2cg, on cam HWH Hydr. Jac 21.5' 2000 Sea Pro Center parts! Ctank & another FORD 1998 High top con- onditiongarage kept MGB 1976 OVERDRIVE 13-732-6650 condition! 5975obo
course/fantasticview $40,00.86315-0405 Console Flats & Ba 8 p arts!C Ec, version van, TV, VCR, (Price upon request). transmission, super Call (727) 521-9023.
many upgrades. Rent to 34 Fleetwo ond boat, Johnson 15 40.2757. electric sofa bed Call 813-689-2829 shape, 35+mp, Drive FORD 2005 Mustang GT
own. 81-469-2904 oRear Cam Ocean Pro V6, $16,000 T $5500 anywhere! BR Green. black leather seats,
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS era, Banks, Headers, 352-796-5700 397-9349 sons Used & Rebuilt 813-689-8368 HARLEY 2005 Davidson $3900 813-610-0457 tint, 5 speed, showroom PLYMOUTH 1999 Prowl-
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS 3br era's B aCs 2aers2 219 gnsasuotoey Softail Deluxe FLSTNI- cond., 6900 mi. $25,900. er, black, 8200 actual
wood fenirs, C&A clear, 00 352 ce 21/'9, 225rhp Johnson, wa9rr.87 M-F9-. MeBB FORD 2001 Econoline 250 Black Pearl, low miles, Automobiles forSale 813-966-7926/286-3851 miles, excellent condi-
wood fir C&A0 clean $25000oo 352-583- y95 225,p Johnson, W -85- 0 1 owner, fleet maint. extras include-motor uoies lor ae)j tion. $32,500 obo 813-
high & dry, $1006. 1st 39' 2003 Discovery Mod- bimini, dodger & con 13-875-1500 V8, auto, pwr steer & guard, windshield, St 1 HONDA 1992 Accord 713-5790/813-907-2753
7,& de os it 813-933- 39S, 330 Cat Diesel, 3 cvr fresh water boat, TRANSSSIO R brakes AC, cruise. exhaust Lo backseat/ I 93 HONDA ACCORD Po- O$90001MUST SELL!A
7022, 813-748-9433 st $7695. 727-504-4571 Tfrom A-Z. Guaranteed $5700 813-671-4333 backrest, LIKE NEW- iceImouds!On for listing
Cslsw/ i-a$17t500e(863)859-5583 $700! For Listings De- 67PONTIAC 1996 Grand Am,
Temple Terrace, 3br lba, CabW/D$109,900 1' Rinker 1999 Bowrider quality work. Your place HONDA 1995 Odyssey, vic7walkaolcom tails Call 1-800-7 49- ext C752-81 91K, very good cond.
new, ceramic, oof 817- 3 Merck, 190HP, i/o, low or mine. Call Rob 120K miles 1 owner 8116, Ext. 4880 Cold AC too many onew
CH&A. X-Ie tree d 40'1999 American Tradi- hrs, VHF depth fish find. 813-610-1535 runs great $3900. HARLEY DAVIDSON 2004 0 T TALANto list $3300 obo.
backard 20x4 s, .. tion Diesel Pusher with erready77-560-9214 or FAT BOY FLSTFI, pur- 97 TOYOTA CAMRY Only Y3A 283 P 40 8 8- 9/613-4
S sldieselgen. A-1 cond. $10,950813-451-8255 Trailers-Tractors 813-960-0767 chased new 01/04 $400! Police oundspowe 13-884-159/13-4202
g.en.,0$.10,-black, has 190 miles to- orListinsl800 miles, 4drs all power-
1100 mo. 813-60- low mi., askin 5000u 7169'haeagCalwindowsmirrors door PONTIAC 1997 Firebird
VALRICO very nice 3br 328 1998,210 PACE 7x16' Enclosed HONDA,2003 Odyssey LX ta(not amisprint),fac- 749-8116, xt. 7169s, irrs oer oNIa, 1le d
2bla 10n0f antr LH undek,50 Trailer, 1 side door & 2 upgraded stereo, 32K tory bobtail fender, A A Ratd nati payments or $13,800. w hite, gray in 65K i
l e CHA 40'Revolution 2004 Load Master Alum. Trail- back doors. $2500obo mi. dark green, tan 3000 in quality ugr., AA RaYtedor ConationDor 7- 7 1 4-7m. al t ints 65Ko
a p 00 miles,350 er$16000b 813-996-2744cloth int, exc. cond. $12K.863-207-538
3600500,813-w4 30 0-0-3 Real Estate IRS Tax De- 813-388-0420
ence. cls x-wat Cummins Diesel, Load- 727-804-7634 $17,500, 813-988-4757 INFINIT2003135, air 813
nopets ls s +d ep ad all options, asking HONDA 2004 VTX 1300cc dsuctible. Free Pc- i T 2own, no-smoke, auto
$1195 813-685-641 $161,50 727-938-0615 23T.2005 Hurricane 232, ([ Trucks-Light Duty NISSAN 2000 Quest GLE, HON1DA 200 VX 1sisybarcc /TowAn d, 6 PORSCH 2006 Carrera
WESLEY Chal, nBride- 888Bates RV Nearly fish pktrllin motor C, HEVY 991 Ton Flat- i$Cans chrs 0allIthd-erprivilegedchil- f 6986532500m ,
Eater, Bea u n88-BatespRV Nearly Aues-, CHEVY 19o9 Flt AM/FM/CD/Cass: LOTS OF EXTRAS! Underpivilge rb l85 e k n gr
2ba+den, 2cgt 600 Airstream Javco t31900 bed, AC, duel wheels, Sn rf all pwr, Exc. cond. $6400obo 813-380-5313 dren w new7.- 6 3600 ml-
ba+den, 2cg, water Alpha 1-4 exit 14 pa. CALL 813-855-6505 5sp. V8, low miles. Runs $7956. 813-926-1957 www.outreachcenter.or INFINITI 2005 45, bik on $94,00 81n3-54-7000mi
lewtm 2'0graades. RG 2020.ood. $7950 obo HONDA 2006 VTX Retro g 1-800-693-7911 blk flawless, 13K mi
-enttoOwn. CLASS C 2001 Carri-Go 24 KEY LARGO, 2002, 200 813-842-2029 fre under 1k, metallic blue,s
813-469-2904 31K, Chevy chassis, su- Me, wrnty i. 3-842-r ports Utility Vehicles) erfectcond,tance& Acura 1988 Legend, sat radio, 2000 9-5 Wa
PY L s er c0ean fully. oaoes outriggers, downrig.er, DODGE 2000 RAM 1600 -isi pes, wdd Good Condition $37,600 takes it. Call An- SAAB 2000 9-5 Wa on SE,
e.EPHYRHILLS-Crestview cn f l trtr much to it Club Cab, 4WD, cyl, BMW 2002 X5 3.01,load- pipes, windsy BestOffer drew 813-468-1230 V6 Turbo, loaded, auto,
Hills. Neo greenofferb? nWD custom acmany extras.U Bestarftrsuro
Hills. New 4br.2ba Cg, 13:-760-7910 Angel $18,900, 941-915-9581 en, all p er, new ed, ext. warr, silver, lthr Pd$11 t5o ar 9 0 CALL 813-969-3387 INFINITY 2003GS3 4dr, 9 arlt, ru n Iroof.
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Panaramic view, Rent- 26 l#127 W6i,:r.er ./ aft $40b 8 CALL 813-969-3387$7 A/
to-own OK, 1200/mo. C Recreational Rental) cat,,r .'.. r ui 2: OHP (813) 293-9996 00 BMW 1993 740 Green, Mi, Loaded, Exc. Condo.
813-760-6221 /334-5572. ;OPUP CAMPERS for re V8 1 1,?-r.ur, drive DODGE 2004 Ram HEMI CIICkXBUl/ 121K ml, V8, 300 hp, $19,800
POPUP CAMPERS fo trailer incl. Loaded quadcab,wr, tow pk, BMW 2004 X5, 4.4i, black, new tran AC, radiator 941-730-5034 STURN1995 LS 4r au-
Lease- Option to Buy)] F, nkStove Frig $12,900 813-792-0442 bedliner ardtopper, 34K m, moo sport cod NFINIT200 35 Coupe power, aumum rims
2allwnnetosreserve0 w lS,19K g rem Sirius satel- MOTORCYCLES Wanted, -sINFINIT le200 rb35Coupek powe, x auminma rims,
VERVEW RENT TO 13.54.1827 ww.popup 27' 1988 270 Sundancer, $18,500 813-245-0452 $e 50sound, new tires, Street, Dirt Bikes BMW 997328silver 5 ra 813- 12
OWN. Noual badcred ntalcampers.com rebit twin 260 Merc's, $37,500. 813-731-2898 ATV's. Also buying BMW j997 328i sd.100kmiwarranty, mi, $2,499.813-215-1220
ito'. bab 2b, R10' beam, new canvas, FORD 1983 F150 6 cyl, au- wrecked motorcycles. _..1-d .,.-.r 3M guard $35,500
it ok. br 2ba RUSKIN riverfront R Prk needs mior work. 3kw to w/cold air, AM/FM, CADILLAC 2003 Escalade Cash paid. 813-924-6264 #173090 8-695-4649 TOYOTA 19944RUNNER
2000 + sf $10.000 down. Summer move-in ge. $17K 813-333-3936 CDoaver.rS& TOYOTA 1994 4RUNNER
$1795 mo. $500 rf r ,. gen.$17K 813-333-3936 CD aver, runs & looks AWD, fac wrty, sunrf, Suzuki-002250GZ, SR, V6, old, AC, cruise
credit. Call Karen 1-866- r1, ifr ,31 i 2" 1 ... ., ,,,d i. ,:,) chrome whIs, loaded. Suzuki2002250GZ, .. ,,. CiC .i. auto, cloth int, al-arm
282-3534, 951-751-5593."1 i : 4 a. ,ll 4 32- i u92 Lunr da i .iet,.:,536 Super Sharp. 38K mi. black only 375 actual : PW, PDL, clean, 17K mi
4, i ... helmS, Y $3,950 813-245-4660 miles! Garage kept, BMW 1999 5281. 96K mi, 4 -- $5500 8-961-2826
r, i rde. r t s n.eJ,3i FORD 1999P anger Srpurt absolutely lke new. 1 i,. unroor .I. JAGUAR 1995 XJ6, like
[Manufactured Homes 1 i RV Storage j] : ,-,rie it live3o.3ar.d. 9I. manuji trans. Cjld CHEVY i9ic PLAZER. 1 $2650. (813)961-4866. :.. r $1 new, garage kept, new
SC .. 7 0. -0 A( ren .viees. row.- dr. 4.,.iu.:. e C:.:, i-nd tires, can e-mail pies, -o :. ,?95Supra S/E,
?LANT City 2BR r.1,i HNn FOWLER 1. tr i p.je, i .ep.i bed lUnr 'KEr:. .,:,: id C. CD. SUZUKI 2004 RM125, mo- won't last, $5,300. P .. .', ',:, 45,700 Orig
Pets Laundry o-- prm RV.1 Bat- Aut.- 8F1 Hvdr'..plan Fun $i.10 .-,t,,. .11-93-505I li1,':. run t.rd- si999 tor has break in time on- 813-310-7749 Mi, Manual Tran, Air.
"', WH *m -,',i '- 1,-- ,,bI na n 1. HpI' t..lr,. ,,,n .'. 1 '' I. ,, ..,r r_,:.-. brird BMW 1999 M3 Conv\', Immac. Cond.$22,500
:.:,urri, 'I 70. H. pt ravei p-re v P i r,n.n &..introlI. FORD :*.o Rarnr *LT ----- ,new v'"nd.. 9a.r 2 re :l silver, black int. 5 sod, JAGUAR 2000 S type 4.0 813-713-5790. 907-7753
., .1..41 13.98,, 10'9-1 il blue h._ rran'j E,[ C,.b. V6.iu dl2ti- CHEVY 1999 .'uburbar, 13.600 13-mt.6.ui garagekept, lowmi. Loaded Leather, Blue,
nUa., a. tlriler' i2.5' rmn. PL.PW, c.-ld AC LT, tE. elleni. wVr.e Greatcond. $23750 Sunroof, Nay, Backup
e -t i. B '" i~'~I I II IMI ~ obo. 813-227-979 sensors, prmum YOTA996 Avalon, l
Rooms for Rent .I.ourIoonIor ". rP-u. i 90 :" A, 1 r lu G olf Carts 1) obo 813-227-9719 sensors, w prim c
R. Rooms for R ', ..rT ui..rdtv r~*LARGESTVolu ,r4').: A',',.l',hk. Wheels, New Tires, V8 act. accessories, 1/bk
"FICIENCIES i' Cart.r Tri' LARGEST Vuluni. PFn ';- 1 .SI..831-.1616 GOLF-CART-BATTERIES BMW 2002 X5 3.0, Black 32,500 Miles, Garageds miles but runs great!
FPTCISEC % 0 _i, c r on Vai t .r. -I Ford r2001.F 150 5uperr IOD0 ETo r ..rid o/ Tan, 79K mi, all opi- $17,700 813-495-811 $53000.
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HOUSES for rent "ie. w .ta A .. SerewSedrg B-a4;' 2dr. au1o. y8 44 FORDZDOB Explorer n .r' rjea.. ons-5deale10
Afre/fu vdonboa1n cm r a.luto Vm, F lR NeE. S tsba dfa certified warran- Jaguar 2001 S Type,
ront36,ih ed 8 p .. 13-67 .13 e, ec c)nd. .1, leatherinterior. t] ty $22,950 727-459-6508 Siver w/black leather OYOTA 2002 CelicaGT,
nthl 13217-579A 5 r Spas & Hot Tubs 1 b1.bf .5i7`2, 52. i2e.7-783,50- 2- TOYOTA 2002 Celica GT,
(Spanis:813-774- 4696)SEVERAL Strm Dam 1355723 8 -89 34 interiorasking 13,900. 'red/black leather, CD,
SDLounger, w t, age onated Boats. FORD 2002 SportTrack GOLF CARTS Cl u ShowroomCon ition! all sautow/OD,nsponil-
( Waterfront Rentals cover, 110/240, WillBu & Sell. Call Mst sell by 5/30/06 All FORD 2001 Expedition wante CAll/Trade Call 813-294-6584.r, o n m
PASS-A-GRILLE COT 727899 ne used, Mike 72 -204-7988 maint to date, new E ddie Bauer Ed. V8, 73K, Charersarts all relat- BMW 2003 540i, black LEXUS 1997 SC 300 coup $11,90 813-323-7261k X-clean m!
R 727-55-2244 (Boat Slips / Storage)) tires exc cond. $11K 4wd All Power, leather d 4 i' 8 3 7
TAGE, 100' from the (Bat Slips / obo8 13-416-0394 int, $12,900 obo Call -4515 satellite ras u V8 chgrbltan sunroof, gar. ke $ 90813-323-7261
Gulf, Gulf views, 2br, Oli .j 813-716-8940 loaded $26 000 123K exc cond. $10,900 TOYOTA 2004 Camry LE 4
2b $2,200/month + A-1 SPAS OUTDOOR STORAGE FORD 2003 Hae 20 3 eition 2 13-401-0300 Call Dale 813-787-323 cyl auto 25K mi red
utilities annual rental. Moves & Repairs Benamin Rd., boats, Davidson F150 100th FORD 2003 Expedition 13-401-030013-77-323,5
Call 72-360-5290 nHo RV's auto, trucks. Anniv ed, blk & silver. XLT, All Pwr, Leather, SUZUKI 1989 Technosel CADILLAC 2003 C $16 int,7 f o
81 3-623-9997 $40+/mo. Secured oc'n 10.6k, m. Garage ket m, 3rd row seat, S/RM series, off road, shape under 25K mga $15,75081-748-5251
813-684-9171 $33,500. 813-391-0442 CD Chtr, Exc Cond. 125tcb,$900 shapeKend tires,
( Watersports )) Pasadena Yacht & cc. FORD 2004 F150, 37K mi $17500 813-417-7272-791-3195 thrint. 500813-65 LEXUS 2001 IS300ea95000 TOYOTA 2005 Camry LE
Deep water boat slips 4 W tow pk, 54 iter GMC 2001 Jimmy ver 6798 27 miles, auto, leader low m., auto, all pwr
IO HONDA 2004 4-stroke for sale/lease. Limited d FX4, toees, bed d condition (AutomobilesWante CADILLAC 2004 CTS-V, nt d r a ,
1296cc '04 NEW bought number available. Call liner bed cvr, must see oor 2WD er pck- fCAS loaded, bck rnroof $13,500 813917-12 se $1Yo 0 8lo ves t m-
Garagekept 59mph pyccmembership@tam VansAnyPrice/An l 22,000 miles, only LINCOLN 2002 LS, 22k
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whether half of us even exist
in this modern, rushing
world. Very often an
individual can have a million dollars, he
can have everything his heart apparently desires,
and is still unhappy. We take the case of somebody
who has worked all his life; he has worked hard and
he has raised a big family. He has looked forward
to that time in his life when he, at last, can retire
and be happy and be cheerful and have lots of time
to do all the things he has wanted to do. And then
we see him after he has retired-and is he happy?
No. He's sitting there thinking about the goodold
days when he was working hard.
Our main problem in life is happiness.. .The
world may or may not be designed to be a happy
one. It may not be possible for you to be happy
in this world. and vec nearly all of us have a goal
to be happy and cheerful about existence,
You know, very often we look around at the
world around us and say that nobody could be
happy in this place. \\e look at the dirty dishes
in the sink and the car needing a coat of paint
and at the fact that we need a new gas heater,
we need a new coat, we need new shoes or we
would just like -to have better shoes; and so, how
could anyone possibly be happy when actually
he can't have everything he wants? He is uriable
to do all the things he'd like to do, and therefore,
this environment doesn't permit a person to be as
happy as he could be. Well, I'll tell you a funny
thing-a lot of philosophers have said this many,
many times-but the truth of the matter is that
all the happiness you ever find lies in you.
You remember when you were maybe five years
old, and you went out in the morning and you
looked at the day, and it was a very, very beautiful
day, and you looked at the flowers and they were
very beautiful flowers. Twenty-five years later you
get up in the morning, you take a look at the
owers-they are wilted. The day isn't a happy
day. Well, what has changed? You know they are
the same flowers, it's the same world, something
must have changed. Probably it was you.
Actually, a little child derives all of his "how" of
life from the grace he puts upon life. He waves a
magic hand and brings all manner of interesting
things into being out in the society. Here is this
big, strong brute of a man riding his iron steed, up
and down, and boy, he'd like to be a cop. Yes sir!
He would sure like to be a cop; and twenty-five
years later he looks at that cop riding up and down
and checks his speedometer and says, 'Dog-gone
these cops!"
Well, what has changed here? Has the cop
changed? No. Just the attitude toward him. One s
attitude toward life makes every possible difference
in one's living. You know you don't have to study a
thousand ancient books to discover that fact. But
sometimes it needs to be pointed out again that
life doesn't change so much as you.
Once upon a time, perhaps, you were thinking
of being married and having a nice home and
having a nice family; everything would be just fine.
The husband would come home and you would
put the dinner on the table and everybody would
be happy about the whole thing; and then you


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got married and maybe it didn't quite work out.
Somehow or other, he comes home late and he has
had an argument with the boss, and he doesn't feel
well. He doesn't want to go to the movies and he
doesn't see how you have any work to do anyhow
-after all, you sit home all day and do nothing
-and you know he doesn't do any work either.
He disappears out of the house. He's gone. Then
he comes back later in the evening and quite an
argument could ensue over this. Actually, both of
you work quite hard. Well, what do we do with
a condition like this? Do we just break up the
marriage? Or touch a match to the whole house?
Or throw the kids in the garbage can? Or go home
to Mother? Or what do we do? .
Well, there are many, many things we could
do, and the least of them is to take a look at the
environment. You know, just look around and
say, "Where am I? What am I doing here?" And
then, once you have found out where you are,
why, try to find out how you can make that a little
more habitable. The day when you stop building
your own environment, when you stop building
your own surroundings, when you stop waving a
magic hand and gracing everything around you
wit magic and beauty, ings cease to be magical,
things cease to be beauti ul.
Now, this does sound very plausible, but
it s quite true. Those people who have become
unhappy about life are unhappy about life solely
and completely because life has ceased to be made
by them. Here we have the single difference in a
human being. We have here a human being who
is unhappy, miserable and isn't getting along in
life, who is sick, who doesn't see brightness. Life
is handling, running, changing, making him.
And here you have somebody who is happy, who
is cheerful, who is strong, who finds that most
things are pleasurable, and what do we discover
in this person? We find out that he is making life,
and there is actually a single difference: are you
making life, or is life making you?
Carefully go into this and you will find out
that a person has stopped making life because he
himself has decided that life cannot be made. Some
failure, some small failure, maybe not graduating


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with the same class, or maybe that failure that
had to do with not marrying quite the first man
or woman that came along who seemed desirable,
or maybe the failure of having lost a car, or just
some minor thing in life started this attitude. A
person looked around one day and said, "Well,
I've lost," and after that life makes him, he doesn't
make life anymore.
Now, this would be a very critical situation if
nothing could be done about it, but the fact of
the matter is that it is the easiest problem of all the
problems man faces: changing himself and changing
the attitudes of those around him. It is very, very
easy to change somebody else's attitude. Yet, you
are totally dependent upon other people's attitudes
.-somebody's attitude toward you may make or
break your litF. Did it ever occur to you that your
home holds together because of the attitude the
other person has toward you? So there are really
two problems here-you would have to change two
attitudes: (1) your attitude towards somebody else;
and (2) their attitude toward you. Well, are there
ways to do this? Yes, fortunately, there are.
For many, many centuries, man has desired to
know how to change the mind and condition of
himself and his fellows... .But we are making it a
very fast-paced world, we are making it a world
where magic is liable to occur at any time, and
has.
Man now understands a great many things about
the universe he lives in, which he never understood
before. Amongst the things he now understands
is the human mind. The human mind is not an
unsolved problem. Nineteenth-century psychology
didn't solve the problem, but that doesn't mean it
has not been solved.
In modern times, the most interesting miracles
are taking place all across this country and across
other continents of Earth. What do these miracles
consist of? They consist of people becoming well
when they were ill, incurably ill. They consist of
people who were unhappy becoming happy once
more... .Yet the answer has been with man all the
time; man has been able to reach out and find this
answer, so perhaps man himself had to change.
Perhaps he had to come up to modern times to find
out that the physical universe was not composed of
demons and ghosts, to outlive his superstitions, to
outlive the ignorance of his forebears. Perhaps he
had to do everything, including inventing the atom
bomb, before he could finally find himself.
Well, he has pretty well mastered the physical
universe now. The physical universe is, to him,
no longer a problem; he can do many things
with it. And, having conquered that, he can now
conquer himself. The truth of the matter is he has
conquered himself.
It has been man's goal for many thousands of
years-to know himself.
Scientology has made it possible for him to do so.




L. RON HUBBARD
Founder of Scientology