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HOUSE FIRE
Fire destroys new
Cork home.
No one was hurt.
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PEOPLE
Shirley Elston shows
h..r green thumb
vhile Dina SFosaro
plans a walk down
the aisle.
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PROFILE


Meet the Rev. Dan
Braddock of Plant
City First Assembly
of God, part of our
ongoing "In the
Spirit" series.
PAGE 1


Photos courtesy of the Plant City Armed Forces Memorials Foundation Inc.
A salute to veterans of all U.S. wars, the monument will sit outside city hall in Plant City.
Above, a computer-generated image of how it might look when unveiled next year. Below,
Jennifer Closshey, chair of a committee that has been working to bring a veterans memorial
to Plant City, with Harrison Covington, a veteran and artist who is building the monument.


INDEX


CALENDAR
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CROSSWORD
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CLASSIFIED
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'NO OTHER LIKE IT IN FLORIDA'
Staff Report
Plant City will have a permanent monu-
ment to veterans outside city hall by the end
o:f next -eari if a new organization of commu-
nity leaders has its way.
The Plant City .
Armed Forces
Memorials Foun- .. .:
nation Inc. wants
to raise $500,00 to
build the
memorial, which ..-
it hopes to unveil .
Nov. 11, Veterans ..
Day. The monu-
ment will be -
erected in the
traffic circle area
of city hall.
The idea for a
monument grew
out of a display
devoted to local
veterans at the
Plant City Photo
Archives last year.
"There were so .
many veterans
that brought in
letters and pic-
tures and the
archive staff heard
numerous times A
that it's shame
Plant City does
not have a
memorial to vet- .....
erans," said Jenni- ...' !
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was later
approached by
staff from the
archive to chair a
committee to look Above, a model of the
into the possibil- proposed monument,
ity of having a which will be more than
monument built. 20 feet high.
Committee
members are Closshey, state Rep. Rich Glori-
oso, City Manager David Sollenberger and
Willie Nabong (representing the city), Stanley
Kolker, Rick Lott, Sally Raburn, Mac Smith,
Jerry Stein, Liesta Sykes, Ed Verner and Phil
Waldron.
The monument is a way to say thank you to
all veterans, said Closshey, whose father and
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Getting out
the vote
Ray Young, a Republi-
can candidate for the
state Senate seat
being vacated this
year by a term-limited
Tom Lee, held a
campaign rally last
weekend at the Red
Barn Ranch, attracting
.'*. more than 300 voters
who came to listen to
the candidate and
enjoy a plates of
chicken and catfish,
baked beans and cole
slaw. Young, a business
owner and fourth
generation resident of
Hillsborough County,
said he believes in
family values,
personal responsibil-
ity, accountability and
limited government.
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NEWS DIGEST

Wal-Mart honors teacher
Janell Johnson, a teacher at
Lincoln Elementary School of
Technology, was recently
named Teacher of the Year by
the Plant City Wal-Mart
Supercenter. The award was
given as part of Wal-Mart's
11th annual Teacher of the
Year program.
Johnson received a grant
for the school, a $100 gift card
to buy supplies for her class-
room, a teacher of the year
polo shirt and a personalized
certificate.
Teachers were nominated
by members of the commu-
nity during February and
selected by a committee of
store or club associates.
Nationwide, more than 4,000
teachers were honored by the
Teacher of the Year grant pro-
gram. Winning teachers also
have the opportunity to apply
for state teacher of the year
honors.

Nominees sought for disabled
advocacy awards
The Alliance for Citizens
With Disabilities is accepting
nominations from residents
in recognition of area individ-
uals and organizations that
have contributed to improv-
ing the lives of people with
disabilities in Hillsborough
County.
The alliance is a community
coalition that was established
by the county commission in
December 1994 as its official
advisory group.
Awards include:
The Tom Ulvenes Out-
standing Community Service
Award, named in honor of the
former director of Self-Reli-
ance Inc., recognizes out-
standing accomplishments
and contributions to the com-
munity through courageous
advocacy, education and dili-
gent persistence in pursuing
goals which improve the qual-
ity of life for people with disa-
bilities.
The Karen Jacobs Accessi-
bility for All Award honors the
spirit of Karen Jacobs whose
life work was dedicated to
improving physical and vir-
tual access to places for peo-
ple with disabilities.
The Outstanding Youth
Service Award, which pays
tribute to a young person who
volunteers his or her time to
make a positive impact in the
lives of people with disabilities.
Nomination forms are due
by June 23. Award winners
will be recognized at the July
26 I1-3 Technology Expo in the
County Center, 601 E. Ken-
nedy Blvd. The event will be
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
For more information, or to
get a nomination form, con-
tact the county's Americans
With Disabilities Act liaison,
Sandra Sroka, at 276-2742 or
Melinda Wheatley, senior rec-
reation therapist, at 892-0068.

Legislative
wrap-up session set
Meet with state senators
and representatives to get
their take on the past legisla-
tive session at the annual Eggs
and Issues Legislative Wrap-
up Breakfast June 22 at 7:30
a.m. at the Ramada Plantation
House, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
State Sen. Tom Lee and state
Reps. Trey Traviesa and Rich
Glorioso have been invited to
attend. Call: 754-3707.


James Buzbee Celebrates Law Office Opening


RIBBON CURING

FOLLOWS BLAZE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
James H. Buzbee has moved
around a bit since his law
office was burned to the .......
ground in February 2005.
This past Tuesday Buzbee
and certified mediator and
lawyer Dan J. Dyer staged an
open house at their combined
law offices at the 800 Center,
802 W. Dr. Martin Luther King v ..1.
Jr. Blvd.
Buzbee, a longtime Plant ,
City attorney, has stayed in
the area following the arson
fire that took out most of the 0 ,;'
to 100 block of North Collins -A
Street 16 months ago. Buzbee
was able to salvage his client
list, some wills and probate
files, but little else, he said.
"I was insured," Buzbee
said. "The furniture and the
$30,000 in law books was my ,.
biggest physical loss. But I can
replace those things."
Scrambling to represent his ^.. "
clients proved a formidable '.
chore as Buzbee worked from
several different offices before
settling into his present loca- .
tion, he said.
"My friends at the law firm
of Gibbons, Neuman (et al)
gave me some space in the
Young and Moody Building to
just keep us going," Buzbee
said. "Then I moved to 304 E. Lawyers
Baker St., where we stayed for open ho
about one year." of their
That is where Buzbee was Buzbee's
when he met Dyer, who ground F
recently relocated from ground F
Hawaii. before
"I met Dan at a Hillsboro happy to
Bank social last Christmas," WhileI
Buzbee said. "He was new to ners, the
Plant City and in need of office other oi
space here. I was more than arises, th


Fire Destroys


Cork Home

PLANT CITY RESPONDS

TO COUNTY FIRE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The risks of living in a rural part of the
county showed themselves June 19 when
a home under construction was severely
damaged during an early morning fire.
The home was nearly 90 percent
complete when the blaze broke out. The
property is a large, rural lot east of Cork
Road, near the intersection of McGee and
Miley roads.
Homes in this part of the county are
outside the service area of Hillsborough
County and the city. There are no water
or sewage systems in place. There are no
fire hydrants. Deep-water wells and sep-
tic tanks are required. The response time
for fire and police services is high, often
20 minutes or more. In the city, the
response is less than five minutes, police
and fire officials said.
The intersection of McGee and Miley
roads is about five miles outside the city
limits.
In this case, a volunteer squad in the
Cork area responded to the 4:14 a.m.
dispatch. They were joined by a unit from
Plant City as the units converged on the
burning house, said Plant City Fire Res-
cue officials.
"The city and the county have signed a
mutual aid agreement to provide emer-
gency services in the area," said Fire
Chief George Shiley. "Our unit from


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
James H. Buzbee, right, and Daniel J. Dyer hosted an
use at the 800 Center June 20 to celebrate the opening
aw offices at 802 Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd., Suite D.
former office on Collins Street was burned to the
eb. 22,2005, leading him to several offices around town
loving into the 800 Center.


help him out."
they are not law part-
two will help each
ut when the need
ey said.


"Right now we just want to
get the word out on where our
offices are located," Buzbee
said. "After being in one office
building for 30 years, I didn't


like bouncing around from
place to place. But now we
have found a home.
Buzbee, 58, is a Hills-
borough High School gradu-
ate. He finished law school at
the University of Florida in
1972. His first law office was
in Plant City at 107 S. Evers St.
His wife, the former Barbee
Boswell, is a fourth-grade
teacher at Cork Elementary
School.
The Buzbees teamed up
with Jack and Vel Garrison,-
and Todd and Aleta Glenn,
with help from Vic Kohlmeier
to purchase the 800 Center in
November 2005, for about
$600,000, county records
show.
Buzbee said he primarily
works in matters covering
criminal, probate law and
divorce.
Dyer is a graduate of the
University of Stetson College
of Law. He received the Paul
Barnard ACE Award for child
advocacy in 1996. He works
in written and oral advocacy,
corporate and family media-
tion. He worked in Gulf
County for two years and was
most recently working in
Hawaii while his wife, Eva,
finished her career in the
Navy.
"We have family in the St.
Petersburg area," Dyer said.
"We like Plant City. Our chil-
dren are young. This is a great
place for us to settle. I'm
looking forward to building a
practice in this area."
Dyer also worked for eight
years as a federal negotiator.
He is certified by the Florida
Supreme Court to mediate in
matters that come before the
circuit, family and county
courts.
Buzbee can be reached at
754-1575. Dyer's office
number is 752-3100.


Station 2 responded to the call. We
arrived practically simultaneously with
the volunteer force from the Cork-
Knights station.
"The fire was seen throughout the roof
line of the house," Shiley said, reading
from an internal report. "Flames could be
seen exiting the roof in several areas. Our
firefighters took command and
attempted to fight the fire from within.
But they soon had to pull out and take a
more defensive posture."
The Plant City crew and volunteers
from Cork and Dover battled the fire with
limited success. When a county fire


engine arrived, command was trans-
ferred to the county, Shiley said.
"The lack of fire hydrants in that area
hindered our response," Shiley said. "We
allowed the county to fill their tanker
trucks at the hydrant south of Interstate
4, near the Publix Shopping Center on
Thonotosassa Road. I don't know how
much water was delivered to the
county."
The Plant City crew withdrew from the
call at 6:45 a.m., Shiley said.
State fire marshals are investigating
the cause of the blaze. Damage is esti-
mated to be in excess of $100,000.


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
This home under construction at the corner of McGee and Miley roads, in northeast
Hillsborough County, was gutted by an early morning fire that was reported just after
4 a.m. June 19. Viewed from the front the house, which was about 90 percent
complete, roof damage is apparent.




4 *,THECO.URIER 'iJurE 22. 2006


COMMUNITY BRIEFS


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Strawberry Town ribbon cutting
Strawberry Town, a cafe, produce and gift shop, celebrated with a ribbon cutting at the
store's opening last month. Debby Grimes is the owner and manager of the store, 3161 Paul
Buchman Highway. Call: 754-8265.


Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville
offers free computer classes
for seniors and children on
Monday and Wednesdays.
Classes cover basic
computer parts and software.
Adult classes are from 10 to 11
a.m. and 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., and
children's classes from 3 to 4:
45 p.m.
The school also offers an
evening computer lab for sen-
iors Wednesdays and Fridays
from 5 to 6:30.
Call: 737-1352 or 757-6760.

Kids Cafe
The Kids Cafe is offered
Monday through Thursdays
from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Center,
1601 E. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. The Kids Cafe serves
nutritious, hot meals to


school-age children.
Call: 759-9343 or 757-9195.

Weekly square dances
Weekly plus-level square
dances with rounds are
offered Wednesdays from 7 to
9:30 p.m. at Strawberry Square
Dance Center, 4401 Boot Bay
Road. Call: 752-0491.
GED classes
The Hillsborough County
School District offers free
adult high school credit and
general educational develop-
ment diploma classes.
Classes are offered at more
than 100 locations and during
flexible day and evening
hours with customized
instruction to meet individual
student needs.
Information: 276-5654 or
www.acesdhc.org.


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TODAY
Library plans puppet show
Creative Arts will present "Rabbit and the
Moon," a puppet show about a rabbit who
wants to go out at night with his family and-
friends, but he is too afraid, June 22 at 10
and 11 a.m. at 2:30 p.m. at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. For ages 3 to 12.
Call: 757-9215.

FRIDAY
'Pom, Pom Zombies'
'Pom, Pom Zombies,' a musical theater
show, is set for June 23-24 at 7 p.m. at Ms.
Dixie's Aurora Music & Performing Arts
Studio, 206 S. Evers St. Admission: $8 for
adults, $6 for seniors and children.
Information: 717-9575 or e-mail Dixie
Forbes-Gorby at punkinhips@msn.com.

Joe Gavin performs
Calvary Chapel, 1310 N. Shannon Ave.,
will host a concert by guitarist Joe Gavin
June 23 at 7:30 p.m. Call: 892-0510.

SATURDAY
Spaghetti dinner
Plant City Entertainment plans a spa-
ghetti dinner June 24 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
at Cork United Methodist, 4815 W. Sam
Allen Road. The cast of Guys and Dolls will
be performing at 5:30 p.m. There is no
admission fee. Spaghetti, salad, dessert and
a drink costs $5 for adults, $3 for children.
Proceeds will go to help Plant City Enter-
tainment, a local nonprofit theater group.
Call: 731-0615.

Little League registration
Plant City Little League is planning a fall
instructional program for baseball and
softball. Registration at Mike Sansone Park,
1702 N. Park Road, is set June 24 from 9S
a.m. to noon. Fee: $45. A birth certificate is
required for all new players. Call: 752-8941.

Financial/stewardship seminar
Eastside Baptist Church, 1318 E. Calhoun
St., plans a financial/stewardship seminar
June 23 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. with a light meal
and June 24 from 8 a.m. to noon with a
continental breakfast. Child care will be
provided for those in fifth grade and youn-
ger. Call: 754-2681.

MONDAY
Vacation Bible school
Church On the Rock vacation Bible
school is set for June 26-30 from 6:30 to 9
p.m. Children from kindergarten through
fifth grade can enjoy games, snacks, skits,
crafts, music and more. The school is free.
Church on the Rock is at 301 E. Alsobrook
St. Registration: 752-3740 or www.rockofp-
c.com.

TUESDAY
Sports physical
South Florida Baptist Hospital will pro-
vide sports physical for Plant City schools
June 27 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at the Medical
Arts Center, 1301 W. Timberlane Drive.
Screening schedule: Turkey Creek Tro-
jans, 5:30 to 6 p.m.; Tomlin Middle School,
6 to 6:30 p.m.; Plant City High School, 6 to 6:
30 p.m.; Antioch Youth Sports, 6:30 to 7
p.m.; Pinecrest Youth Sports, 7 to 7:30 p.m.;
Durant High School, 7 to 7:30 p.m.; Dover
Patriots, 7:30 to 8 p.m.; Plant City Dolphins,
7 to 8 p.m.; Plant City Colts, 7:30 to 8 p.m.;
and walk-ins, 8 to 8:30 p.m.
Cost is $12. Registration is required. Call:
754-4444.

PLAN AHEAD
Free computer classes
First Baptist Church Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St., will offer free computer classes
every Thursday June 29 through July 27.
Classes take place at 2 and 6:30 p.m. and
will cover basic computer parts and soft-
ware. Call: 752-4104 to register.

Plant City Bike Fest
Downtown Plant City will be biker-
central for the monthly Plant City Bike Fest
July 1. There will be thousands of motorcy-
cles on display and more than 70 vendors
will be on hand with a wide array of prod-


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Pick of the Week

e .. ..' ." 'Night of Talent'
April Smith, above, a
"' regular with Plant City
S' Entertainment, will be one
.* I of the performers when
the Plant City Corner-
stone Center presents "A
Night of Talent" June 23 at,
6:30 p.m. She has been
singing since she was in
S: the fifth grade. "I've
gotten to do a lot more
than I ever imagined I
would when I started. I
enjoy the rush of the
S stage, its like adrenaline.
It keeps me going and
:' makes me feel alive." jules
Burt, will be the mistress
S": ,. of ceremonies and offer
some of her artwork at
the silent auction. The
pi a-n ..st. .Trev show will feature the
-' vocal trio Beach Combers;
pianist Trevor Falls; a
special salute to the Rev.
Richard Bills; Royce Burt
from Southern Star
Bluegrass: the Lingenfelter
Sisters; accordionist David
Rothman; readings and
poetry by author David E.
Bailey Jr.; and dancer'
Amanda Estrada. The
event will help in the
restoration of the former
First Baptist Church.
Admission is $15 at the
door. Call: 752-9225 or
752-2659.
KE1IN BILDY/Srafflphoto


ucts to choose from. The event is free from
5 to 9 p.m. and takes place over an eight-
square-block area by McCall Park and the
Plant City Train Depot, 102 N. Palmer St.
Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-
ty.org.

July Fourth celebration
The fifth annual July Fourth celebration
is set July 4 from 5 to 10 p.m. at Plant City
Stadium, 1810 E. Park Road.
The free event includes live entertain-
ment, food, games for children, fireworks
and more.
Information: Stephen Rossiter, 659-4255,
Ext. 4311, or srossiter@plantcitygov.com.

Family film night
The Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St., will offer a family film night
July 6 at 7. Children must be able to sit
through a full-length feature film. Call the
library for title and length. Information:
757-9215 or www.hcplc.org.

'Guys & Dolls'
Plant City Entertainment will present
"Guys & Dolls" July 7-8, 14-16 and 21-22 in
the auditorium at Hillsborough Commu-
nity College's Plant City campus, 1206 N.
Park Road. General admission is $10 and
group rates are available. Advance tickets
can be purchased by visiting Hardee's
Fashions at 1501 N. Wheeler St. or by call-
ing 754-4929.


Christian women's club
The Plant City Christian Women's Club
plans a "Positively Patriotic Day" luncheon
July 11 at 11:30 a.m. at Walden Lake Golf &
Country Club on Clubhouse Drive. The cost
is $13. The speaker will be Sharon Sabo
with music by John Kennedy.
For reservations and complimentary
nursery, call Carole at 759-1708.

Storytelling event
Storyteller Windell Campbell will
perform July 13 at 10:30 a.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.
Campbell's repertoire includes traditional
African folk tales, some originals, and more.
Information: 757-9215 or www.hcplc.org.

Softball tournaments
The ASA Slow Pitch State Championships
and the Men's and Coed's Softball Tourna-
ment are set for July 15-16 in Plant City.
Registered American Softball Association
softball teams will compete for the state
championship July 15-16 from 8 a.m. to 8
p.m. at the Randy L. Larson Four Plex, 1810
E. Park Road. Winners of the slow pitch
championship will advance to the Eastern
National Championships. Winners of the
men's and coed's tournament will advance
to the National Championship finals.
Information: Carlton Benton, 659-4255,
Ext. 4304, or cbenton@plantcitygov.com.

See CALENDAR, Page 7


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

Kiwanis
The Plant City Kiwanis
Club meets Wednesdays at
noon at the Ramada Inn, 201'
N. Wheeler St.
Call: Ken Gibbs, 752-6171.

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club in-
vites singles to a dance every
Friday from 8 p.m. to mid-
night at the Stardust Dance
Center in Plant City Plaza,
1405 Collins St.
The cost is $5 for mem-
bers, $7 for nonmembers.
Call: 752-9277 or 759-
2063.

Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan
Club meets the first and
third Thursday of every
month at 6:45 a.m. at the
Orange Blossom Tea Room,
106 S. Evers St.
Call: Ann Churchwell,
986-2827.

Al-Anon meeting
Hope Al-Anon meets
Monday at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Clement Catholic Church,
1104 N. Alexander St., Room
7.
Call: 752-5316.

Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of
Plant City meets at 7:30 p.m.
on the third Thursday of the
month at The First United
Methodist Church Wesley
Center.
Call Don Rainard, 707-
0331.
Florida A&M Alumni
The Florida A&M Univer-
sity National Alumni Associ-
ation's Plant City chapter
meets every fourth Monday
at 6:30 p.m. at Mount Moriah
Missionary Baptist Church,
911 E. Warren St.
Call: Bea Crowell, 752-
0451.

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
See CLUBS, Page 7






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Gay Marriage Issue A Waste Of Time


enate Majority Leader Bill Frist may be a good
body mechanic (some people call them surgeons),
but he is a lousy legislator. Not for the first time, he
has made a world-class stupid statement.


In the debate on a
constitutional amendment that
would ban gay and lesbian
marriage, he said the Senate
has a "duty to protect
marriage." What a load of horse
apples. The Senate has no duty
and no business involving itself
in the question of marriage in
anyway, shape or form.
Marriage is not a federal issue.
He should read his
Constitution.
Of course, the amendment
failed. It was just a ploy anyway
to try to spark some interest in
the homophobic Christian
right, which has many mem-
bers who are disgusted with
President George W. Bush's
failed leadership, not to
mention the rampant corrup-
tion, secrecy, cronyism, fiscal
irresponsibility and bungled
foreign policy.
Homosexuals and lesbians
exist. Whether it's because of
nature or nurture, I don't know
and don't care. But they exist,
and they will continue to exist


Columnist


whether any state recognizes a
gay marriage or not. Anybody
who thinks gay marriage is a
threat to heterosexual marriage
is nuts. All of the adulterers I
know or have heard about are
heterosexual. I cannot see in
any way whatsoever that gay
marriage would have any effect
at all on heterosexual mar-
riages.
If homosexuals wish to make


the state a third party to their
relationship and thus become
eligible for the money-hungry
divorce lawyers and meddling
judges, well, that's their choice.
It is an issue that should
concern only homosexuals and
lesbians. People should be
disgusted that politicians have
tried to make it a national issue
when there are so many
legitimate problems in this
country that they continue to
ignore.
The lame excuse President
Bush used that federal judges
may rule in favor of gay
marriage is laughable. Duh,
Mr. President, the answer to
bad federal judges is for you to
stop nominating them and for
the Senate to stop confirming
them. Another answer is for
Congress to impeach a few or,
as the Constitution gives
Congress the authority to do,'
restrict their jurisdiction.
If the answer to every bad
decision by the federal courts is
a constitutional amendment,
our Constitution will end up
looking like a big-city tele-
phone directory. Our
Constitution provides a
framework for government; it
was never intended to be a
continuing rebuttal to bad


decisions by the federal courts.
I recognize that several
religions condemn homosexu-
ality. Well, that's OK. Preach-
ers, rabbis and priests who
adhere to those religions
should not perform marriage
ceremonies for gay couples.
There are civic officials who
can do it, and plenty of people
in liberal churches and temples
who will do it. In Las Vegas,
there are people who probably
will marry you to a chimpanzee
if you have the money to pay
them.
As for the homophobes who
fear or hate homosexuals, I
would merely remind you that
most such people are latent
homosexuals themselves. What
they fear and hate are their
own secret impulses.
For the rest of us, the whole
matter is a waste of time. Let us
mind our own business, and if
gays wish to get hitched, so
what? Are the critics suggesting
that promiscuity is a better
alternative? I don't think it is,
simply from a public-health
point of view.

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


Editor


aglm Finally, Good Coffee For The Average Joe

have been reading a lot about coffee recently, a problem. Even the most they carefully moved toward
Difficult kids in the community another corner of the room and
According to the news, several retail chains are posi- understand there are some resumed their fight.
'tioning themselves to snag a slice of the multi- things better left well enough My recent vacation to the
billion dollar coffee pie or a significant sip from alone. Northwest reminded me that
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the corporate coffee pot by making a superior prod-
uct available to the average Joe.


Joe, evidently, likes good
coffee, but he owns neither a
latte budget nor cappuccino
taste.
"It's not that frou-frou stuff,"
said Burger King CEO Gregory
Brenneman. So role out the BK
Joe, Burger King, and bring on
the Premium Roast, McDonal-
d's.
It's a smart move, and one I
heartily endorse. I'm all about
full-bodied rich coffee and
have endured too many years
of weak insipid java in a variety
of eateries. If the brew is too
strong then it doesn't take a
rocket scientist to add hot
water. Weak Joe, on the other
hand, is by definition beyond
the reach of redemption.
I enjoy many regional flavors
- Costa Rican and Jamaican are
my current favorites but I
abhor the practice of spoiling
an otherwise good blend by
adding vanilla, almond,
raspberry or some other
aberration best left to ice
cream served on the side.
Coffee, I have often said, is
my one true vice. And that's
really not too bad when you
consider the alternatives.


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist


Back when I was a teacher I
always kept a pot of fresh good-
to-the-last-drop right on my
desk. My colleagues knew
where they could find an
infusion in an emergency and
the goodwill generated was
more than worth the price of a
few extra cans.
I worked with children
exhibiting extreme behavioral
problems, so sometimes school
administrators would get
nervous about my fragile glass
container of scalding hot
liquid. Believe me, it was never


classic? "You don't tug on
Superman's cape, you don't
spit in the wind, you don't pull
the mask off the old Lone
Ranger and you don't mess
around with Jim." Well, in my
classroom it was "Joe." Nobody
messed around with Joe.
Students were often
confused when it came to rules
such as "No fighting," "No
throwing of furniture," "No
attacking the teacher's aide,"
"No weapons" or "No tan-
trums." But one thing was
perfectly clear, some rules are
sacrosanct. "Do not, under any
circumstance, even think about
touching Mr. Maul's coffee."
Believe me, in almost 20 years
no child ever came close.
I remember the day two large
seventh-graders got in a fierce
fight. Books flew, chairs
scattered, desks were over-
turned. Before I had a chance
to intervene both kids tumbled
across the front row and landed
in a pile in front of my desk.
Suddenly the mel6e stopped
as the brawling students
became aware of their sur-
roundings. One of them
glanced around and nodded to
his adversary. "Watch out," he
said, "we're too close to Mr.
Maul's coffee pot." With that


coffee more seriously than
others. You can certainly find
some great cafe con leche in
West Tampa and Ybor City, but
in Seattle and Portland each
intersection boasts at least two
serious coffee shops, some-
times three.
One week, attending worship
services in the city of Olympia,
Wash., we discovered a cap-
puccino bar in the church
lobby. I thought I might have
died and gone to heaven. Sure,
someone usually remembers to
plug in the big pot of sludge at
our church every Sunday. But
people, come on, I'm begin-
ning to wonder if maybe I'm
living on the wrong coast.
Just yesterday I purchased
two lattes while browsing at the
bookstore. When it was time to
leave there wasn't enough
change from my $20 to take
home the $14 paperback I had
started to read.
"A chicken in every pot and a
car in every garage," Herbert
Hoover promised in 1928. To
that I'd like to add, "And a
decent cup of coffee for every
American."

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


KEVIN BRADY


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UNE12,; 2006 *THE COURIER 4 7


CALENDAR
Continued From Page 5
Strawberry Classic Car Show
The Strawberry Classic Car Show will be July 15
from 4 to 9 p.m. The event includes antiques, cus-
toms, classics and hot rods in and around McCall
Park, 100 N. Collins St. Admission and registration
are free. Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-
ty.org.

Quilt guild barbecue
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild plans a potluck dinner/
summer barbecue July 13 at 6:30 p.m. at the Winter
Visitor's Center, 304 Dort St. Call: 752-7409.

PCHS Class of '76
The Plant City High School Class of 1976 plans its
30th reunion July 21-22. Information: 754-0930 or
flbrwneyes@msn.com.

ASA Southern Nationals
The American Softball Association Southern
National Softball Tournament 10U & 14U is set for
July 28-30 at the Randy L. Larson Four Plex, 1810 E.
Park Road. Girls fast pitch teams from the Southeast


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championship finals. The teams will be divided in to
two categories: ages 10 and under and ages 14 and
under. Opening ceremonies begin July 27 at 7 p.m.
and opening games begin July 28 at 9 a.m. The top
team in each category will go on to compete in the
2007 USA/ASA National Championship finals July 29
through Aug. 5.
For information and a complete listing of games,
contact Carlton Benton at 659-4255, Ext. 4304, or
cbenton@plantcitygov.com.

PCHS Class of '61
Plant City High School Class of 1961 plans its 45-
year reunion Aug. 5 at Walden Lake Country Club.
Call: Virginia Griffin, 752-4926.

Quilt guild plans stitch-n-sew
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild plans a stitch-n-sew
plus dessert Aug. 10 at 7:15 p.m. at the Winter Visi-
tor's Center, 304 Dort St.
Call: 752-7409.

PCHS Class of '86
Plant City High School Class of 1986 will have its its
20-year reunion Aug. 26 in Orlando. Information:
Leigh-Ann at 986-6471 at charleigh@aol.com.


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Continued From Page 5
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 BuddyFreddys, 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 potluck dinners
every Monday at 5:30 p.m.
Membership is $10 per year and includes shuffleboard tourna-
ments.
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.


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BETTY'S PLACE



Green Thumbs Up For Helen Rayburn


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist

Shirley Elston says her 84-
year-old mother, Helen
Rayburn of Plant City, is a
very special lady. Now she can
say she's a very special lady
with a very green thumb.
Helen planted a lily last
year at Easter and this year it
produced seven lilies and
grew more than 5 feet tall.
Shirley, we wish you a speedy
recovery from recent eye
surgery.

A not-so-everyday blessing
Fifth-grader Ashley Hilde-
brandt is an everyday blessing
to more than her family. This
Hillsborough County Girl
Scout recently completed the
work for her Bronze Award
with a "Fun in the Sun Day"
for two Brownie troops in her
Toppercrest neighborhood.
As part of earning her
environmental health badge,
she collected beach items and
donated them to Everyday
Blessings, a foster care facility
for 29 children in Thonoto-
sassa.

Wedding bells
for Cotton, Gause
Summer wedding bells will
ring July 8 at 5 p.m. at Lake-
land's Southeastern Univer-
sity Bush Chapel, when the
Rev. Billy and Cherie Cotton's
daughter, Janet Theresa
Cotton, becomes the bride of
Steven Skipper Gause of Lake
Wales.
Steven, a graduate of
Evangel University in Spring-
field, Mo., is a guidance
counselor at George Jenkins
High School in Lakeland and
a basketball coach. Janet, a
graduate of Southeastern
University, is a resident
director there. Steven is the
son of Skipper and Patty
Gause and Paul and Janie
Trimble. The Rev. Billy and
Cherie Cotton are Plant City
residents.

Sposaro walking
down the aisle
On July 15 at Nativity
Catholic Church in Brandon,
Dina Sposaro, the assistant
principal of administration at
Plant City High School, will
become Mrs. Lawrence
Langston Jr. at 1:30 p.m.
Dina is a graduate of Saint
Leo University and Argosy
University, Tampa, and
Lawrence, a graduate of Bible
Tabernacle College, Tampa, is
owner of Kid'z Sports.
See BRIGGS, Page 13


Photo courtesy of the Jones family
U.S. Army Capt. Chad Jones, center with his wife, the former Ana Paola Sanchez, and son Jackson,
are all smiles as Jones recently returned from from Iraq in time to celebrate the birth of daughter
Isabel. He was also in time for his dad Ken's retirement from Badcock Corporation. At left is Chad's
brother, T.J. and his wife Sally and son Brian. At right are proud grandparents, Pana and Ken Jones.


Photo courtesy of the Jones family
Little Isabel Jones will be
home in Weisbaden, Ger-
many, in September, when
dad finishes his commission
in Iraq.


Photo courtesy of the Woman's Club of Plant City
Enjoying their recent trip to Orlando are, front, from left, Alise
Sollenberger, Vivian Devlin, Judy Glorioso. Back, Jennie Harwell,
David Sollenberger, Marilyn Day, Betty Astin, Barbara Miller and
Rich Glorioso.


Photo courtesy of Shirley Elston
Helen Rayburn knows the secret to growing lilies. Below, Girl
Scout Ashley Hildebrandt recently helped out at a foster care
facility in Thonotosassa.


Photo courtesy of the Cotton family


At left, Janet
Theresa Cotton
plans a July 8
wedding to
Steven Skipper
Gause.


Photo courtesy of Dina Sp<
Dina Sposaro will wed Lawrence Langston July 15 at Nativity
Catholic Church.


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JUNE 22, 2006 THE COURIER 9


WEDDINGS


Sanchez-Griffith
Bradley Anderson Griffith
and Julia Kathleen Sanchez
were married May 13 at The
Point Lake and Golf Club in
Mooresville, N.C.
The bride is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Alex F. Sanchez
of Mooresville. She is the
granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray L. Pletcher Sr. and
Dr. Alex F. Sanchez Sr., all of
Plant City, and the late Ruth
Sanchez.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald J. Griffith of
Phillipsburg, N.J. He is the
grandson of Margaret H. Grif-


fith of Ridge, N.Y., the late
John H. Griffith and the late
Mr. and Mrs. Edward D.
Bergen.
The ceremony was con-
ducted by Dr. Patrick Maloy.
The bride was given away
by her father, Alex.
Maids of honor were Lynne
Brehmer and Martha Bullock,
childhood friends of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Lauren San-
chez, sister-in-law of the
bride, Amy Griffith, sister of
the groom, and Danielle
O'Shea, Allison Browning,
Amy Ford and Elizabeth Rai-
ford, all friends of the bride.


The groom was attended by
best men Thomas Harvat Jr.
and Robert Valcich Jr., and
groomsmen Timothy Griffith,
brother of the groom, Jona-
than Sanchez and Joseph San-
chez, brothers of the bride,
and Steve Bouchard, John
Timmer and Bryan Wells, all
friends of the groom.
Greeters were Coleen
Wilson and Molly Wilson,
cousins of the bride.
Ushers were Jeremy Cohen,
Brian Houle, Joshua Macatol
and Thomas Ruppe.
Readers were Norman
Hetrick, a friend of the bride


and groom, and Karen McKen-
zie, the bride's aunt.
The bride wore a gown with
a bodice of Alencon lace,
designed and hand-sewn by
Kathie Foster. Her hairpins
were fashioned with pearls
and crystals that adorned her
mother's own wedding gown.
A bridesmaids' luncheon
was hosted by friends of the
bride's family at North Harbor
Cafe in Lake Norman, N.C.
The groom's family hosted a
lakeside rehearsal dinner for
the wedding party and out-of-
town guests.
The bride is a graduate of


West Charlotte High School,
and earned a bachelor's
degree in psychology from the
University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill. She is a human
resource manager with Del-
oitte & Touche LLP.
The groom is a graduate of
Phillipsburg High School and
the University of Pennsylvania
in Philadelphia with a degree
in mechanical engineering.
He is a corporate director with
Amerisource Bergen Corp.
After a surprise destination
wedding trip to Italy, the
couple are at home in Phila-
delphia.


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AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen chapel : 1109 F. laura St.
"52-'389
Mount Ollhe: 1113 U. Ifadison St
ffount Olite. Horton Rd. -3-12628

APOSTOLIC
. Lamblea. Ipostolca:
1501 (olson Rd. "3"-3496
Ipostolic (Imnch oJJesus Christ:
1212 I. Renuolds. 4"-5130

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: Pinecrels Rdil
lithia. 685. 2V0
Belthan. 9804 HarteierI,
Thonolosaisa. 986-5"I1
avdran F-ellou bip:
i11 1 Gordon St., "52-5005
(hrstian life .Issembir:
3120 $ Sliller Rd. 65".4802
Daoer First. SR 5"' Petlie Rd.
689.0343
Faith temple: 1-4 at Hillsbotmgh-.Polk
County line. '52.0532
faith lihtlhouse:
3i09 5R39 %. "52-1885
First Plant (ity:
Shalrlie Griffin Rd.
U of R.,9 5. "52 3351
tort .la/ia (amrner of South Itui.: 39
& Suillei Rd. ""'-4656
Ktsvitlle: SR 640, '3'-4803
Ifount lion:
I-4 at rhonultosas.a Rd. "52-1614
Pleasant (6me:
Turk,- (reek Rd '3"-3529
I irton Worship (enter:
CounnI line Rd. '54-6089
Sydner: Srdney Rd, 1/10 mi. F
of Sydnes i-Der Rd. 659.0532
Turkey Creek:
Turkey (reek Rd. "54-53'2

BAPTIST
.Ahara: Turkey (reek Rd.
%. of SR 60. "3"-3"39
.lafla Bapitst: 222 .Mlafa (bhur Rd.
63.+-885
Antioch: Horton Rd. "3"-3240
Berea:-SR39 5. 3'-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd. '52-920.9
Bethel: 804-i Renfro St. "54-2239
Beulah: Allen & (CountI line Rd,
litbia, 73"-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd.
"52-28"5
Bun-cu ood Temple: Ewlid Or &
5R 5"-., 52-3"82
Cat ant ree Will:
3539 frapnell Rd F.
Cedar Grore: f. Kessrille Rd.
"37-1234
Central of iltbla:.
Pinecrest & Keysille Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 Alsobrook. "52-3"40
Community Christian:
1 31 V. Shannon.Aie. "5.i5383
(mrorsads: SR39 5. Pinecrest,
'"- 211
Countryside Baptist Mhurnh.
13322 S.dnel Rd.. 5 1-8200
Dorer First: Gallagher Rd.
659.0203
astside: 1318 E. Calhoun St.
"51-2681
fast Thonolosassa: Icinloshb
& Knights- riffin Rd, 986. J36
Faith Femple Primitive:
808 W f WBashington St. "'5-6661
first Baplist (bunh of.flialuav.
Ilidnay Rd. "52- "209
First Baptist lithia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
lildlla-Pinecrest Rd. "'"-1121
first Plant (ih-:
503 ,%. Palmer. '52-4104
First hlionotosassa .tissionaar:
Strintosh Rd., 986-4i56
Harmn.on Baptist Chnurh:
6008 f. Knights Griffin R1t. 986 "165
Hopitnell SR395. "3".30.53
Knights Paiul Bnhmanin H'r.
"52-49"2


lebanon: Branch Fortes Rd.
"52-2006
tone Oak: lone Oak Rd. "5. 52"8
Ifount Mtorlab freeuill:
Warren &]Johnson St. "54-139"
MIounit oriab Freeu ill:
2042 (olson Rd. "'3" 490
fount (Olire: 60 B. Ball 1St.
"54-3834
,er, Hope Freewill
Baptist Churcb:
3101 Srdner Dover Rd.. Doter
,uea M. lion freenill:
3041 Daniels Rd.. "52-3985
Aorthside:
1'00.. Franklin St. '52.2"9
Oakn ood: -liporit Rd. '"52-5499
Plant tit' Prniitthe:
509. V. [tes S., "54 3261
Pleasant G6rme first:
furker Creek Rd. '3-.2556
Shiloh Baptist (burch:
905 W: terrace Dr., "54-"455
SpringheadL S. Wiggins Road.
"'54--48-9
St luke IIomianiv':
108 i. -arnell St. "54-1992
St. Vanr s Freeu ill:
Hunter warren St. "51-6853
St. Maan StLssionar.
1804i S. 60E.. "3" 3668
St. .nar' (Community Church:
90" E. Laura 51. "54-1616
Sidne.: 1510 Cre Rd. 659-1502
Iurke C(reek (ommuniti
Baptist Church:
544" lTurker (reek Rd,
813- 3". 122
Turkey Creek first:
frapnell Rd. "52-'890
I ietor- Missionary: Maki Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11308 Welcome
Church St. (813) "-3-2288
Westside: 2503 I. Granfield. te.
'52-1550
Whilehurst Rd: 901 V. bhitehurst Rd.
'54-5405

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little Inion: 15510 Counlt Rd 39.
Lithla. 634-4"51
Salem Primitve:
14I02 Salem Church Rd., Sydner

CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 110 V. Alexander St.
"52-8251

CIlIRCH OF CHRIST
.V. Wilder Rd 938 '. gilder Rd.
'52.2"1
(ork: Cork Road. "52-1521
Laura Sl: 1310 E. laura St.
"52-2858
Springheadw Kigglns Rd. '54.1-485

CHRISTIAN
iDisciples rol Cnnsil
first: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd.
'52-5385


CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
.tclnlosh Rd. of SR 5"4-

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
.ewa- Grace: 121- E. laura St

CHURCH OF GOD
iCleveilnd Terin I
Calarsn Communit,:
5209 Smith-Rials Rd
Doter. Dounu lng St. 659-2900
Plant Citr: 2103 itudlake Rd. '52- 1591
Turkey (reek: lurkey Creek Rd
at SR60, "3'-1331
Thwnotosassa-
1'021. aslaolRd. 986-1916

CHURCH OF GOD
lAriderior Indoriji
Kingsnala First- 2808 Ungsnasy- V.
Seffner, 65".'500
Plant (itr: Grace fellouaship
"1 .lshobrook St. 361-8190
Finrt: ,. Gordon and Baker St.
"52-6438
6iospel fabernacle- Illen tHaines St


EPISCOPAL
it. Peter's: 301 Care' St.
"52-5061

FULL GOSPEL
Destiny Church of Plant (i1.
1112,. Wheeler St..
813-659-2181

HOUNESS
Deliverance labernacle-
808 U: Grant St.
Refuge (hun'h of Our lord
728 .: Ball St.

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 5anmaonds Rd. "54-38i3
Restoration Issemblr:
106 S. Frers St
Ft angelists for.jesus Tabernacle:
SR 5"., 1. of Doter. 659-0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
( ahan C lIpel Plant (ity.
1310 %orth Shannon .Ie., 892.0510
Christian Grouth Center:
1310 A. Shannon. "19-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 F. fomlin St., '54 113i
Deeper life fellounship.
Coilla Rd. 9of SR 39 .
Revital Outreach tenler.
225 N. Dover Rd. 681.2250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall: 3202 ,V. Marrand .lre.
"52-3345

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Chunrb of esus Christ IBS:
1805 N. Park Rd, "52-636-

LUTHERAN
Hope IC85: 2001 Park Blvd. "52-4622
Lord of Life EIl I:
210-i Mud lake Rd. '52-6064

NAZARENE
Plant City Community
Church of the aarene
2402 Studlake Road. 752- '863

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel Fellonuship:
WI Mtclin. le.
Full Gospel Fabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, "'5-38-43

Greater lo e Christian Center.
1109 A. Franklin St. "59-82'0
Impact Family Worship Center:
.Seets at Seffuer Elementarn
School. 65" '.91-i
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. -64-0929
fampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough .le., "54-26'"
I nith Christ Church:
1911 A. Gonrdon St. 659-262-1
louman's Praise and Borship Center
l'.. .92 E

ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Orthodox Churcb:
3820 5oores lake Rd, Dover. 659-0123

PENTECOSTAL
Greater Heights Family
Worship Center:
3301 (lemons Rd. "'54-''088
tling rters Foursquare
(burrh: 602 Erers St. "59.0528
,\eu Hope worship Center.
803 H. tfahmne St. '5"'6123

PENTECOSTAL HOUNESS
Doter- Moore's Lake C Holiness
Church Rd. 659-1301
(unw'h of the thing God:-
1102 tiler St. "54--580

PRESBYTERIAN
I'tangelical Plant (itr:
110" Charlie Griffin Rd. "59-9383
lirst Presberian Plant (ilt':
40H U. Reynolds St. "52--211


SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk uitb God .llinistr':
15140 SR 5"4. Dover. 659-0930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant (Itr: 2203 Smranberry Dr.
"52-4694

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES. INC
SUT" t "Single .Iain tellomrsilp C
Etangeffin") 2011 South Higgins Rd.4
"5 3224-

SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 rJolmson Rd.
"54-5968

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Ilark I ilted (bun h:
291-4 lithia-Pinecret Rd, Ialriro.
685-0998

UNITED METHODIST
(ork: 4815 tai Illen Rd.
l54-3213
Doaer First lloore's Lake Rd at
M.ellthodit Chnh Rd. 659 I 415
First Plant City: J313 Fiers St.
"54.3519
Grace: 1801 E. (ihrr- t,. 659.3"18
Sunset Heights: Haller Dr. "54-2-1
Springheai 2305 Sparknman Rd.
'525751
St. luke 809 E. Laura St. "5'6051
Thonolosassa: Fort King Hu.i at
Itistletoe Dr., 986--135
Trlnilt Plantl (ity:
#02 B. English St. "52.9316

WORD OF FAITH
Faith Outreach (hnrh of Plant C(it
HK( Plant Cit Campus'
Johnlm R Inkle Building
1206 v'orth Park Rd., '59 9273



Trinity United
Methodist Church
402 English St..
Plant City

Pastor's Message 6/25/06
"The Best Known Stor)
in the Bible"

For inspiring, meaningful
and practical worship,
join us Sunday
10:30 am

For more
information call

813-967-5046







SHILOH

BAPTIST

CHURCH
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunrdays at 9:00 a.m
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday 6:30pmr
Women's Scrapboolkrig Club _
Wednesday Worship 6:15 p m.
Activeli- lor Children
Student 6 00 p rr
905 W. Terrace Dr. ,.: .., ....
752-8345


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
iOn .-.I 1 '.7 D.veri
Sunday Masses
7arr & 10 30anm Engli-.h
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
fOn 1-14 E,.I ..I1 Sun
1813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant Cit _
303 N. Ever-s street
Downtown Plant Cit
ih i. '.'r, P, r I,;, 1.: B.,'r S-:u Er ,
754-.351 0

WORSHIP HOURS
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11 00 am TradiJortal \\%ors'up IrF
The '-anctuair'

Wednesday Evenings
S '-,uth FelloRowvip ", worrup
6:00 :00 pm
SChildreri s Progrram& Worhip
S 615 8700 pm
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
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LONE OAK

BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road, Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 10:00 A.M -
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. '
Evening Worship 6:00 PM
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
7:00 P.M.
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor











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DEATHS


Worrell
Ann S. Worrell, 68, of Plant
City died June 7.
She was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and a clerk for Hills-
borough County Clerk of Cir-
cuit Court. She was a Baptist.
She is survived by two sons,
Ronald H. Ennis Jr. of Sarasota
and Jody R. Ennis Sr. of Plant
City; a daughter, Lea Ann
Joyner of Lakeland; a brother,
John G. Salter Jr. of Lakeland;
two sisters, Betty Ruis of Plant
City and Linda Salter of St.
Petersburg; six grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.


Nave
Sidney B. Nave, 72, of Plant
City died June 9.
He was born in Elizabethton,
Tenn., and was a longtime resi-
dent of Plant City.
He served in the U.S. Army.
He is survived by a son, Bobby
of Hampton, Tenn.; a daughter,
Brenda Smith of Plant City; and
three grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Booher
Nell Pace Booher, 95, of
Plant City died June 10.
She was born in Wauchula,
and moved here from Knox-
ville, Tenn., in 2004. She was a
member of Beaumont Baptist
Church of Knoxville.
She is survived by two


brothers, Mark Pace of Dalton,
Ga., and Ruhl Pace of Plant
City; a sister, Margaret Roberts
of Wauchula; and several
nephews and nieces.
Robarts Family Funeral
Home, Wauchula.
Hostutler
Richard "Rick" Hostutler,
51, of Plant City died June 10.
He was born in Glen Dale,
W.Va., and moved here from
Alabama. He was co-owner of
Tires-N-More of Lakeland and
was a Catholic.
He is survived by his wife,
Kimberly; three sons, Richard
III of Pomona, Calif., and Jason
and Brandon, both of Plant
City; his mother, Cecelia of
McMechen, W. Va.; a brother,


Jack M. of Plant City; a sister,
Kimber Wise of Wheeling,
W.Va.; and several nephews
and nieces.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.
Walters
Mary Lou Walters, 71, of
Lithia died June 11.
She was born in Lumberton,
N.C., and was a longtime resi-
dent of Plant City. She was a
homemaker.
She is survived by her
husband, Hardy; a son, Bruce
R. of Lithia; a daughter, Linda
Goodson of Lithia; a brother,
Douglas Atkinson of North
Carolina; three sisters, Marga-
ret Edwards, Elizabeth
Edwards and Tillie R. Caulk,


JUNE 22, 2006 THE COURIER 11

all of North Carolina; two
grandchildren; and a great-
granddaughter.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Britt
Elna V. Britt, 83, of Plant
City died June 14.
She was born in Oglethorpe,
Ga., and moved here from
Georgia. She was a home-
maker and attended the
Church of Christ.
She is survived by her
husband, Wallace E.; three
sons, Dr. LarryA. of Plant City,
and Drs. Randy D. and Robert
E., both of Birmingham, Ala.,
seven grandchildren; and five
great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.


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IN THE SPIRIT



Dan Braddock: Plant City


First Assembly of God


Dan Braddock is a sincere
man with a deep love for people
and a wry sense of humor. He
has come to love Plant City over
the past 10 years and said he
feels very much at home here.
"Any church should feel like
home, regardless of the denom-
ination," he said.

Q: Where were you born?
A: I was born in 1944 and
raised in Bonifay up in the
Florida Panhandle. My
father, J.C. Braddock, was a
pastor there.

Q: When did God call you?
A: During a prayer service
at Southeastern Bible College
in Lakeland in the fall of 1964.


Q: How long have you been
in Plant City?
A: We moved here from
Winter Garden 10 years ago.
We've served in five commu-
nities, all in Florida.

Q: When were you married?
A: I married Francis Golden
from Lakeland in 1966 she
works here in the office. We
had two children. Kimberly is
married she's 31. We lost
our son Grady Terrill Brad-
dock in 1998. He was killed in
the line of duty as an Orange
County sheriff s deputy. He
loved his work.

Q: How did the church
respond?


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to K'vleT BroE\vn
Rece i.ed Bachel,:'r- DL, e, e ,iori
lI e tern r iK ntuc i Urnireriiti Or, '.. i 1:th

2001 Graduate 'i ri.-f ., :.
2003 Gradu -ir- -t F.: .i .:.-.e

Currently Living I r .: i.in', 1-.e-,i I.-nrn, .
And W working F..:.: '-', ii

Is Pui :uin i-
In Photograph -i, d' i,. I.ld

'Prou d t i'iian It
Randal &Viki i Pro .) n ii :' Pin .ir,
'Troud L, ,ntd ,,ii L flt
Bettye GL.:--r t et-,iri
B.J. & Joyce bruo..i O Flanr Cil,


A: This church was terrific.
They held us up.
Q: What makes a good
marriage?
A: Mutual understanding,
communication, support, love
for each other, the decision
that home is important. It's
not easy being a pastor's wife.
Q: What gives you joy?
A: Seeing people's lives
changed by Christ. Helping
people, reaching people -
that's our goal.
Q: What is God teaching
you right now?
A: That's a tough one.
See SPIRIT, Page 18


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The Rev. Dan Braddock of Plant City First Assembly of God, 602
Charlie Griffin Road, said he was called to God during a prayer
service at Southeastern Bible College in Lakeland.




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Tuesday, July 4
Plant City Stadium 1810 E. Park Road
_ Gates open at 5 p.m.
Free Admission
($2 donation to PCRPD)
ENJOY
Free activities for the kids on the turf
of Plant City Stadium!
Spectacular fireworks display
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Stage entertainment
Concession food for sale
Seating is limited! Please NO coolers, alcohol, glass bottles,
open containers, pets or boom boxes. No loitering outside
stadium or in parking lot. Rain-out date is Wednesday, July 5.
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BRIGGS
Continued From Page 8
Proud families are Frank
and Virginia Sposaro of
Valrico, Lawrence's mom,
Linday Young, and Lonnie
and Lana Langston.
God bless you all.

Marshall Middle fair
Imagination and creativity
were on the menu at Marshall
Middle School recently when
the social studies department
hosted its geography fair,
showing off 3-D models of
world landmarks in the school
cafeteria.
The assignment included
10- to 20-page research
papers and involved parents
and students.
Thanks to geography


teachers Martha Justice,
Omicron Long and Paul Faber
for challenging these bright
students, and to all the
parents who helped.

Well done, Erica
The University of Florida's
Erica Lynn Scicchitano,
daughter of Tony and Jan
Scicchitano of Plant City,
recently accepted member-
ship in Golden Key
International Honour Society.
The society provides
academic recognition to
juniors and seniors in the top
15 percent of their class, and
membership is by invitation
only.
Congratulations, Erica!

Woman's club convention
It was a woman's club


convention state Rep. Rich
Glorioso and City Manager
David Sollenberger wouldn't
have missed.
They happily joined their
wives, Judy Glorioso and Alise
Sollenberger, for the installa-
tion of officers for the Florida
Federation of Women's
Clubs, held May 18-22 at the
Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando.
Marilyn Day, past-presi-
dent of the Woman's Club of
Plant City, was installed as
the state director of music.

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husband are veterans.
"It's an expression of our
gratitude," she said. "Our her-
itage is a significant part of
who we are what we will be
and when we think about the
men and woman who have
served we owe them more
than we can even
understand."
The committee has been
meeting monthly, sometimes
more, since last May. The
group announced Monday at
a press conference at the
archive that they had formed
the nonprofit foundation to
help raise money for the proj-
ect.
Officers for the foundation
are Smith, president; Clos-
shey, director; and Verner,
director. Danny Coton is legal
council and Joe Sedita is the
founding treasurer.
The monument, designed
by artist Harrison Covington,
a Plant City native and vet-
eran, will feature military fig-
ures representing all U.S.
wars. It is being designed to
be viewed from all angles and
will sit atop a six-sided base
with five sides of the base
showing the five U.S. armed
forces medallions: Coast


Guard, Marines, Air Force,
Navy and Army. The sixth side
of the base will be reserved for
the monument name and
mission statement.
Covington, a former fighter
pilot, is donating his time and
expertise to the project. A 4-
foot clay model of the monu-
ment currently sits in
Covington's studio. The com-
mittee is working with Cov-
ington on the details. Once
the design concept is
approved by the committee
Covington will proceed with
production of the monument.
The exact size and height will
be determined at that time,
but it's expected to be more
than 20 feet high.
Once complete, it will be
unique among veteran's
monument in Florida, offi-
cials said.
"We have made a detailed
search and we find no other
monument in the sate of Flor-
ida for all veterans of all wars,"
said Charley Price, external
affairs director for the Florida
Department of Veterans
Affairs.
The Plant City City Com-
mission recently approved
the site for the monument.
For more information call
Stanley Kolker, 757-6277, or
the photo archive at 754-
1578.


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The Hillsborough County
Department of Aging Services
offers free blood pressure
readings for seniors the first
Monday of the month at 10:30
a.m. at Plant City Senior
Center, 1205 S. Waller St.
Call: 757-3824.-

Road to Recovery
seeks volunteers
Volunteers are needed for
the American Cancer Socie-
ty's Road to Recovery pro-
gram in Plant City. It is a
volunteer-based transporta-
tion program that helps
people get to and from their
cancer treatments if they have
no other form of transporta-
tion.
Volunteers must have a car
and be available for a few
weekday hours per month,
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Call: 685-0670, Ext. 115.

Car safety seat checks
South Florida Baptist
Hospital offers free car safety
seat checks Friday and Satur-


days, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
throughout the year at the
hospital's Community Health
Resource Center.
The checks are by appoint-
ment only. Call: 754-4444.

Meals on Wheels seeks
volunteers
Meals on Wheels of Plant
City seeks volunteers to
deliver meals. Drivers use
their own cars and should be
able to work between 10 a.m.
and 12:30 p.m. Call: 754-
9932.

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


DURING THE STORM
* Stay indoors, away from
windows, skylights and glass
doors, until the storm has
officially passed. Be careful;
it might appear the storm is
over, but you may actually be
in the eye of the hurricane.
It may seem calm, but the
weather could deteriorate
quickly. The calm may only
last 10 to 20 minutes.
* Watch News Channel 8
for weather coverage and
updates. If you lose power,
listen to our radio partners on
a battery-operated radio.
* Do not use candles or
kerosene lamps.
* Find a safe room in your
home, usually an interior,
windowless reinforced room,
such as a closet or bathroom,
on the lower floor.
Stay in your safe room even
if you hear breaking glass.
Do not expose yourself to the
hurricane's winds.
If your house starts to break
apart, cover yourself with a


mattress and pillows. If your
safe room has a bathtub, get
in the tub under a mattress.
* Use the phone for urgent calls
only. Don't use the phone if
you hear thunder.
* If you are in a very tall
building, avoid the top floors,
as wind speeds are stronger
the higher you go. Go to a safe
room.
* If flooding threatens your
home, turn off electricity at
the main breaker.
* If you lose power, turn off
major appliances, such as
the air conditioner and water
heater, to reduce damage from
surge when power is restored.
AFTER THE STORM
* Be patient. It may take awhile
for emergency crews to reach
your neighborhood. Restoring
utilities could take several
weeks. Use extreme caution.
There may be dangerous
situations all around you.
* If your house is damaged, do
not return until it has been
officially inspected.


* Find the fire extinguisher
before turning on the power.
* Avoid all downed power lines
and water puddles.
* Report downed or sparking
power lines, broken gas lines
and water mains.
* Always supervise children.
* Avoid piling debris near power
poles. This may hinder repairs.
* Avoid driving because of
debris and road blockage.
* Open windows and doors to
ventilate your home.
* If flooding has occurred, have
an inspection before turning
on the breaker.
* Let your out-of-town
emergency contact know you
are alright.
* Have valid ID. It may be
required to reenter your
neighborhood.
* Don't sightsee, especially at
night.
CALL BEFORE YOU DIG
You may be eager to remove
large trees or other debris
after a hurricane hits. But your


underground utilities could pose
a real danger. More and more
utilities are buried underground
and some aren't buried as deep
as you may think. The result can
be costly, even deadly. Before you
dig, call 800-432-4770 if you don't
know where underground utilities
are located on your property. Or
go to www.callsunshine.com for
more information.
FOOD AND WATER
SAFETY
* If power goes out, avoid opening
refrigerators and freezers to
keep items from spoiling and/or
thawing.
* Food in a refrigerator is safe
if power is out for only a few
hours.
* If the temperature inside
exceeds 40 F for more than
two hours, perishable foods
are unsafe to eat. (Get a small
thermometer to keep inside
your refrigerator.)
If there are ice crystals on freezer
items, the food can safely be
refrozen.
If you're unsure whether an


item has spoiled, throw it
away.
* Do not drink tap water until
officials have announced it
is safe.
* Commercially bottled water is
good indefinitely, regardless
of expiration date.
*Water you've bottled
yourself will only be good
for about a week at room
temperature (two weeks in
the refrigerator).
TO STERILIZE
WATER
1. Boil for at least one minute,
OR
2. Add 12 drops of a two-percent
tincture of iodine per gallon,
OR
3. Add eight drops unscented
household bleach (with
Hypochlorite as the only
active ingredient) per gallon,
OR
4. Use water purification tablets.


MUST-HAVE SUPPLIES


O Cash (ATMs may not work
after the storm)

LE Drinking water (at least a
seven day supply; 1 gallon
per person per day)

] Prescription Medicine
(Two week supply)

L Two ice chests w/Ice (one
for ice, one for food)

El Baby supplies (diapers,
wipes, baby food/formula)

] Manual can opener

D Flashlights / lanterns


E] Battery-operated radio and
clock (TV if available)
l] Spare batteries (Two spare
sets for each device)
El Toilet paper and
hygiene Items
El First aid kit
L Bleach for sterilization
unscentedd with
hypochlorite the only
active ingredient)
[] Iodine or water
purification Tablets


L Plastic garbage bags
LE Disinfectant
L Soap, hand sanitizer and
dish detergent
El Insect repellent
and sunscreen
El Corded, nonelectric phone
El Camera and film
L Books, magazines, toys
L Plastic sheeting / tarp
L Duct or masking tape


LI Disposable plates, glasses
and utensils O Nails, rope, lumber, tools


l Rain gear
] Fire extinguisher
El Fuel for generators
and cars
[ Propane gas (for grills)
] Charcoal and lighter fluid
[] Waterproof matches

NONPERISHABLE
ITEMS
l] Canned meat
!: Canned fruits
and vegetables


El Canned soups and chili

l] Dried foods

El Dried fruits and nuts

] Cereal

E] Crackers and cookies

] Coffee, tea or drink boxes

E] Peanut butter and jelly

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JUNE 22, 2006 THE COURIER 17


HONOR ROLL

Thomas, Huner awarded degrees
Two Plant City residents
received degrees during Johnson &
Wales University's May com-
mencement ceremonies in Miami:
Danielle Thomas of Plant City
received an associate's degree in
culinary arts from the College of
Culinary Arts.
James Huner of Plant City
received a bachelor of science
degree in food service manage-
ment from the Hospitality College.

Turkey Creek Middle School
The following students were
named to the Principal's Honor
Roll for the fourth nine-week
grading period at Turkey Creek
Middle School.
Sixth grade: Nicole Adams,
Quentin Albritton, Riley Andreu,
Kelsey Bowden, Ashlee Bradberry,


Jacob Brumbeloe, Andrea Butts,
Cirenio Cervantes, ShaylynCorgan,
Zachary Dean, Austin Deloach,
Marissa Evans, Julio Fernandez,
Luis Fernandez, Abigail Galloway,
Emily Godheim, Yasmin Goodley,
Salustia Guillermo, Misti Hackney,
Brooke Harper, BaileyHarrell, Zac-
hary Harvey, Elainie Hicks, Chelsea
Lewis, Patricia Lopez, Mario Marti-
nez, Asriel Massey, Charles McBur-
ney, Taylor Mew, Nichole Mosher,
Sasha Olivas, Lauren Phillips, Tyler
Price, Mistica Puente, Rodolfo
Ramirez, Jessy Register, Liliana
Reyes, Tiffani Richardson, Anayeli
Riquiz, Edna Ruiz, Whitney San-
ford, Tiffany Sharp, Kristen
Skeleton, Brianna Smith, Caleb
Smith, Bronsyn Speakman, Des-
tiny Spears, Katie Sutton, Alexan-
dra Sweat, Crystal Taylor, Courtney
Thompson, StephanieToro,Janette
Torres, Tiffany Tucker, Juan Vega,
Melissa Williams, Steven William-
son and Julia Woster.
Seventh grade: Daniel, Alvarez,


Brittany Coleman, Tzana Collas,
Corey Collins, Cameron Cook,
Tyler Davis, Georgia Donaldson,
Kori Lane, Raven Leverett, Zachary
Lloyd, Ethan Locke, MichaelMassi-
mei, KatlynMessick, CalliJo Parker,
Bethnay Parks, Kendall Peters,
Seth Poppell, Andrew Randolph,
Allazandra Reddick, Garrett Rob-
erts, Tori Shepherd, Courtney
Sloan, Valery Toro, Estivaliz Tre-
vino, Clayton Varnum, Catherine
Warner and Joshua West.
Eighth grade: Samuel Barco,
Soledad Bautista, Hayley Belcher,
William Clark, Alma" Contreras,
Amalia Cruz, Shelby Davis, Juan
Flores, Sarah Godheim, Jonathan
Hall, Somer Harvey, Jessica Hazen,
Irma Hernandez, Viviana Jijon,
Erika Kolakowski, Kathleen Lewel-
ling, Raisa Lozano, Thomas
McGaha, Shawn Mosher, Kyle Nam,
Courtney Newsome, Valentina
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You have brought so much
joy and happiness .
to our lives.
A ftrAe blessing from God
You were such
a Ittle fighter
from the day you were born.
Now you've grown into
Sa b feautifiul healthy, loving little guy
with so many people who love you.

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for the joyc and privilege ,\'''
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SPIRIT
Continued From Page 12
Expectancy and obedience, it's
not always easy. The natural
man wants to resist, you know.
There's always this fight
between the spirit and the flesh.
Q: What is your favorite
hymn?
A: Probably "How Great
Thou Art." The greatness of
God. He's the only one that
can equip us. Also a praise
song, "Let There Be Glory and
Honor and Praises."
Q: How would you describe
your congregation?
A: A little on the
conservative side, but very
sincere and open. They're
conscientious, too. The
people here are genuine; what
you see is what you get.

Q: Do you watch television?
A: Very little. I do like old
black-and-white Westerns. You
know, where the good guy wins.
I watch "Matlock," then some
hunting and fishing shows.

Q: What do you do for fun?
A: I like to fish. You never
know what you're going to
get. Hunting deer, too, out in
nature, it's you and the Lord.
It's a good time to reflect.

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A: The country flavor, but I
don't know how long we're
going to keep it. I like that
Southern-style congeniality. I
hope we never loose that local
charm.

Q: What do people get
wrong about Christians?
A: Well, what they see on TV
is not what you get in the local
church. The church is a local
body. I simply want people to
know Jesus, and to know that
he loves them and cares about
them. That's why he came -
love, mercy and grace.

Q: Where do you like to eat?
A: The extended family
always gets together Friday
nights. We like to visit Mi Casa,
ABC Pizza and Applebee's.

Q: Do you have any pets?
A: Just a dog, Bandi. She's a
fox terrier. No hunting, she's a
house dog; she's our baby.

Q: What book's have you
enjoyed recently?
A: There's one by John
Ortberg that has impacted me a
lot "IfYou Want to Walk on
Water, You've Got to Get Out of
the Boat." It's about the fact that
the only reason the disciple
Peter got to walk on water was
because he had the guts to get
out of the boat. The other 11
didn't even try. Then anything
by R.T. Kendall. He's powerful.

Q: What's your favorite


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Bible verse?
A: Psalms 121. "I lift up my
eyes to the hills where does
my help come from? My help
comes from the Lord, the
maker of heaven and earth."
That psalm has been my stay
and my strength.

Q: How should the church
relate to our culture?
A: This is such a different
culture than when I was
growing up, it's mind-bog-
gling. We need to adapt and to
reach people. Our purpose is
to reach the culture, whatever
it takes. Both inviting people
in and by making the most of
our opportunities.

Q: What is your message?
A: We try to preach the
truth, and we try to be bibli-
cally sound. We love people.
and our goal is to minister to
people. It's not a put-on, in
our church it is a reality.

Q: Are you optimistic about
the future?
A: Yes. Because God is in
control. We have our hope in
Christ. I believe he's going to
come again when the trumpet
sounds. The world has no
hope without Christ.
Derek Maul
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City Teams Play Well At Tournament Of Champions


ALL-STAR EVENTS
START NEXT WEEK
By DAREK SHARP
StaffWriter
The Tournament of Cham-
pions for Little League is more
commonly referred to as the
"strong team" event: For Plant
City in the Major division
tournament, it turned out to
be strong teams, plural.
In what surely bodes well
for the upcoming all-star tour-
nament, Plant City had clubs
finish in the top three spots in
the Major Tournament of


Champions.
Olan S. Wright Masonic
Lodge, which actually finished
in third place during the Plant
City Little League season, won
the "TOC," which ended June
9 in Lakeland.
Plant City also had the top
two finishers in the 9- to 10-
year-old softball TOC tourna-
ment, the 9- to 10-year-old
boys came in second in their
event and the Junior boys fin-
ished third.
The "strong team" field,
unlike the all-star events, is
made up of teams that played
throughout the regular
season. No changes are made


to the roster. The all-star
events feature the best players
taken from the various teams.
The players are placed on one
to two squads, depending on
the size of the league.
To help make a more
complete field for the TOC
event, Plant City was asked to
send multiple teams. For the
11- to 12-year-old bracket
Plant City sent four, those
being the top two finishers in
both the American and
National leagues.
In the "strong team" finals
Olan Wright knocked off
Rotary, the team that won the
Plant City Little League city


championship in May. Jordan
Keyes was the winning
pitcher.
Bill Heard Chevrolet fin-
ished third at the TOC, and
Civitan finished fifth, meaning
that of the 14 squads entered,
Plant City had four, of the top
five.
Rotary won the city cham-
pionship 17-4 over Bill Heard
Chevy on May 25. Rotary
scored 14 runs in the third
inning. Caleb Ray hit two
homers, including a grand
slam and drove in six runs.
Bill Heard the American
League champion had come
through the loser's bracket


after dropping its first game,
winning four in a row includ-
ing one against Olan Wright,
1-0 as Ricky Ferro won a pitch-
ers' duel with.Keyes. Rotary
won the National League title.
In the game before the
finals Rotary was stretched to
nine innings against Lawson
Farms. Oscar Ibarra pitched
six innings of one-hit ball and
scored the winning run.
The Major boys tournament
will take place in Lakeland
starting July 7. Also starting
that weekend are the Juniors
and Seniors in Lake Wales.
The rest of the age groups get
going June 30.


Photo courtesy of Amy Nizamoff

Sweet 2nd
The under-13 Plant City Baseball Club team finished second out of 40
teams at the recent AAU state championships in Bradenton. Team mem-
bers include, in front, from left, Travis Cannoles, K'shawn Smith, Tyler
Blair, Rene Negrete, Tyler Packanik and Cody Akers. In back, from left, are
Cole Rector, Brett Nizamoff, Omar Molina, Conner Powers, AJ. DelValle
and Jay Carroll.


Photo courtesy of Jada Marshall

Title for T-ballers
On May 27, the Crushers, sponsored by Tim Griffin Construction, were
crowned champions of the Plant City Little League T-ball division for 5- and
6-year-olds. In front, from left, are Gustavo Negrete, Alex Marshall, Parker
Griffin, Hunter Emerine and Jake Stines. In the middle are Chance McEver,
Josh Duke, Matthew Byars, Hunter Maxwell, Charlie Ray, Chase Ventsam and
Christian Gutierrez. In back are coaches Kevin McEver, Dave Byars, Alan
Marshall and manager Jim Duke. Not pictured are Chase Smith and coach
Tim Griffin.


SHARP CUTS



Ballot Confusion Can't Hide Accomplishment


Durant's Cari Curfman was
named a Class 5A all-state
softball player last week by
the Florida Sports Writers
Association.
Which is great except for
one small problem: Durant
played in Class 6A and has for
several years now.
Despite the confusion on
the ballots, which may have
cost other Cougars recogni-
tion, at least Durant's leading
hitter did get a spot on the
second team. Curfman
certainly deserved the
recognition.
In helping Durant to a No.
3 state ranking (that would be
in 6A, not 5A), Curfman
batted .405 in the regular
season. She scored 21 runs
and drove in 18 more.
Others on the team might
have been hurt by the confu-


sion: Brittany Crabb and
Kelsey Horton had similar
numbers to Curfman's as did.
Cassie Ellington, who signed
a softball scholarship with the
U.S. Military Academy in
West Point, N.Y. But none
were even listed as honorable
mention.
Sarasota and Sarasota
Riverview, who were in the
same district as Durant (6A-
8), did have players make the
6A team. Even a player from
Lakeland, which finished last
in 6A-8 but upset Plant City in
the district tourney, had a
player make third team....
Curfman was also an all-
county selection by The
Tampa Tribune, with Crabb
and DeMuth making the
second team along with Plant
City pitcher MacKenzie
Dawson. Honorable mention


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went to Horton, Mindy
Corbett and Kristen Jones
from Durant and Brittany
Brown, Kendall Dawson and
Kayce Hart from Plant City.
No confusion on the
baseball side, where Carmine
Giardina was a no-brainer
first team selection for the 6A
all-state squad. Tony Garcia


received honorable mention.
Sarasota, the team that won
District 6A-8 and finished as
the state runner-up, had
pitcher Erik Erickson and
shortstop Mark Sobolewski
make first team.
Speaking of districts, the
spring groupings were made
official this week by the
FHSAA and not that they were
expecting any differently, but
Plant City and Durant are still
matched up with those tough
schools from Sarasota. Same
goes for tennis.
But, for the first time ever,
we found out who the Raiders
and Cougars will be placed
against in girls flag football.
That's right, after a one-year
trial period in Hillsborough
County that was wildly
successful, the sport is now
like all the rest playing a real


district schedule, the winner
of which will advance into the
postseason.
A full 25 schools from the
county are spread across four
districts. Plant City and
Durant are in District 7 along
with Armwood, Brandon,
King and Tampa Bay Tech.
The two new schools, Len-
nard (Ruskin) and Spoto
(Riverview), will be put in
District 6 along with Bloo-
mingdale, Newsome, River-
view and East Bay.
Still 13 more teams, all
from Tampa, fill out districts
8 and 9. Pinellas County has
been at the "official" level for
two years and has gotten
pretty good at it. This spring
Lakewood, which went 13-0
during the season, advanced
to the state finals before
losing to Miramar 26-19.


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All Cherry, med finish.
All drawers American
dovetail, never used
still in box. Can deliver
cost $4,500 sell $1,350.
www.solidwood
bedrooms.com
813-225-2692
BEDROOM Set, 6pc, 4
poster rice bed, like
new, very good
condition. $1500.
813-926-9278
COUCH, beautiful, de-
signer, w/match. pil-
lows, Tabric, 9mos, per-
fect, must sell this
wknd $500 813-835-6725



COUCH & love seat Vic-
torian style $300. White
washed table w/6 chair
& hutch $400. Oak enter-
tainment center holds
up to 60" TV. $400. All
Exc cond 813-986-0050
COUCH Lthr, Lux/Casual
furn. BR sets etc Moving
sale 6/24 9a-2p. 1910
14th Ave SE. Ruskin off
Hwy 674,917-584-1991

* DAY BED $295*
Complete with 2 twin
matts & pop-up trundle.
New, never used can de-
liver. 813-225-2692
DINING ROOMS
Casual to Formal.
$125-$4200. 21 choices.
3854 S Dale Mabry.
Britton Plaza, Open Dai-
ly. View daily arrivals at
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Entertainment Ctr
All wood, cherry or oak,
lighted w/beveled glass
doors, accommodates
up to 65" wide screen
TV. Cost $3200, NEVER
USED sell for $1550.
Can deliv 813-225-2692

FUTON
Full size, 9 layer
mattress new in box,
cost $525, sell $185
813-225-2692
FUTON loveseat size, w/
upgraded full size mat-
tress, brand new, solid
oak, best offer. Ent Cen-
ter $150. 813-746-9167.

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Classifieds.
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(( Furniture ))

MATTRESS $103
Brand name pillowtop
set, new in fact plastic
w/wrnty, can del.
813-833-1145

Mattress $125
Absolute bargain.
Orthopedic Pillowtop,
Queen or Full Matt Set,
New in plastic warr.
can del. 813-477-9019
King Size $195

MATTRESS
1 set, double sided pil-
low top, with warranty..
Never used. Can deliver.
King set-$345.
Queen set $275
Full set-$240
813-225-2692
Sofa Lazyboy recliner.
like new, $350. Lazyboy
Recliner, exc, $150. Anti-
que Cherry armoire.
750 813-915-1932
SOFA- Ig, 3-cushioned,
olive green. From Rooms
To Go Exc Paid $700.
Ask $400/BO. Must Sell
813-263-3318 or 598-9448
SOFA, Micro Fiber, Green
Color, Less then 6mo.
Like new $350/obo
813-781-7542
WHOLESALE TO PUBLIC
Everyday Low Prices
Mattress-Box Full $189.
Sofa & Loveseat $495.
GE Washer & Dryer $339.
18 cu ftRefrig $245.
Recliners starting $95.
No Credit Turn Down
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115 S. EVER ST
PLANT CITY 813-758-8864
Lakeland 863-666-1735

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SHobbies / Crafts /1
Shows JJ
ART/CRAFT SHOW
July 15 & 16. Booths
available. Sarasota
Municipal Auditorium.
Call (941) 954-4165.
(( Jewelry & Watches))
ROLEX Wanted
Any Rolex: Old Sub-
mariner, Sea-Dweller,
Any Tudor, Any yr,
make, model, condo.
working or not. Top
Cash paid today! Priv
Collector. 813-245-7666
ESTATE Sale Watch Col-
lector Hobbyist Estate
accepting SEALED BIDS
for THOUSANDS of
items incl. watches,
tools, parts and more.
Appointment Only So.
Tampa Best Offer
(813)748-3731
bbullock@tampabay.rr.
com
Lawn & Garden
tt Equipment JJ
GRAVELY Heavy Duty In-
dustrial Tractor, 34 in.,
0 turning radius.
Only 225 hrs. $4000
(941) 758-2987
MOWER 2004 Husqvarna
Commercial IZ4818
w/40 hours.Used only
by private homeowner
on own lawn.Asking
$4300.00 (813)217-2244
RIDING Lawnmowers
wanted Dead or Alive!
Will pick up!
727-938-8044

Machinery & &
Heavy Equipment JJ
BOBCAT RENTALS
Florida Forklift
has (16) track and
skid loaders.
Call 727-216-0228


EQUIPMENT RENTALS
Florida Forklift has
the largest rental fleet
in Pinellas County.
Call 727-216-0228


FORKLIFTS construction
equipment, farm equip-
ment wanted, running
or not. Call for cash of-
fer. 813-478-5270
FORKLIFT-TAMPA Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc.,
Rentals, NewUsed
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
FORKLIFT Teledin
Prinston 1998 Kabota
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runs & operates great
$15,500 (863) 559-5318
NEED A LIFT?
Florida Forklift
has manlifts
from 33' to 82'.
Call 727-216-0228



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ro Series Tourna Kittens & Cats HAVANESE Many color s, asking $100, sots,
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gum rubber rails, dia Free to good home. to choose from, champ A
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$1150.an deliver. HYNX EN JACK RUSSELL TERRIERS, $300 Vet chce, e, Farm & Dairy Equipmen
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___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___PRO, -66 rails, incrate, re. hthcertmustsee 175 338.863-944-7598 health ce rt, arentson Zippers, & Fordhoos.
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dining to. Cost$7K." .LCkB.uy details. 352-219-8585 shelled or unshelled.
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(( Horses & Cattle ) ( Driver / Delivery ]) (( General )J (( General )] (( Trades )) (( Legal Notices ) (( Legal Notices J) (( Legal Notices )
DONKEYS Spotted mini DRIVERS: Tank Truck DRIVERS: Did you aver- MYSTERY SHOPPERS A/C INSTALL POSITIONS Nettle Berry Draughon state that there are no
jack, $190. Young jacks age $1.88 in your Trac- Get paid to shop! Retail self motivated; honest; Municipal Building in disputed facts; and (3) Patricia Grinder
$125 & up, Jennies, tor or $1.45 in your / dining establishments ex req pay to ability; the council room audito- otherwise comply with Unit 416 General
red $225. Feed barrels Conect With A Straight Truck last need undercover clients pdavac, holidays, hith & rium located at 302 Chapter 28-106, F.A.C. A Household Items
$3-$. 813-382-8289 week? Our drivers did! to judge quality/cus- life ins. 863-646 7931. West Reynolds Street, request for hearing must
RI)- Driving Career... Tri-State Expedited tomer service. Earn up Plant City, Florida The be filed with and re- Ron & Windy Anderson
GOATS for Sale Replace- Enjoy NO COST" Training (888)320-5424. to $150/day Call Toll A/C TECH purpose of this hearing ceived by the Agency Unit 98117 General
ment CommericaBoer EMPLOYMENT ob placement with Free 1-800-721-8626 A/C TECH s to hear an appeal by Clerk of the District's Household Items
& Boer X Nannies, Boer EMPLC YMENT LNo Money Down* DRIVERS: Did you aver- needed must have ex- petitioner, Phil Brooksville address, 2379
X Kids, 25 to 501b. Billies No Tuition* age $1.88 in your Trac- NATIONAL Carriers is a perience. 813-737-2182 Waldron, representing Broad Street Robert Reynolds
all sizes, Rams (sheep) Drive Local-Home Every tor or $1.45 in your growing Fleet offering, Potomac Land Compa- Brooksville, F134604-6899 Manager
60 to 100b. 386-758- Child / AdultCare DAY! Straight Truck last Regional & OTR Excel- DIESEL Mechanics, exp'd, ny, requesting a var- within 21 days of publi-
2485 386-365-8262, 386- HaveACDL? week. Our drivers did! lent Benefits, Weekend must have own tools, lance from the Plant cation of this notice (or NO: 4081 6/22:29.2006
647-6703 evening 386- itAr re Start Work Today Tri-State Expedited Hometime, Outstanding Lake Wales, Plant City City Code, Section 102- within 14 days for an En- ORDER OF PUBLICATION
755-2122 PLANT CityArea Pre Up to $2000 New Hire (888)320-5424. Pay Package & Lease & Tampa. Immediate 1373(2), to allow a 20- vironmental Resource
ScooTeacers needed onus Purchase Options. CDL- openings. 813-620-0653. foot tall noise buffer Permit with Proprietary Commonwealth of Vir-
HORSES to ride. 20 to experiencepreferredbut See us q 5619 E. Colum- DRIVERS LCT WANTS A Required (888)707- wall. The property is lo- Authorization for the use ginia VA CODE 8.01-316
choosefrom. $700-$900. no reuires.Wil Train bus Drive Tampa, FL YOU! OTR drivers, so- 7 2 9 cated at Gri in Boule- of Sovereign Submerged
Buckskin broodmare, 813-85-B8457 www.driveCTLCOM los or teams. 3 months www.nationalcarriers.c vard and Turkey Creek Lands). Failure to file a Case No JJ00714-0300
$475. Sm white mule to experience & CDL-A/ om. Road, inaCU, Communi- request for hearing with-
ride $175. Sm black trtin HAZ required. Full bene ty Unit zoning district. in this time period shall GOOCHLANDJ&DR Juve-
mule $125. Goats, Construction JJ fits package. 2003- All persons are advised constitute a waiver of nile and Domestic ela-
sheep, roosters Mc 2005 Equipment. Call 1- that if a person decides any right such person tons District Court
ducks. 813-382-8289 Maintenance/constructi PASF Eto appeal any decision may have to request a Co
on position Re-modeling LCTransportation.com made by the Board of hearing under Sections Virmnwea AL
KY Mtn Horse Blk Bay exp. a + Good driving ONECTED PIANIST F/T For E. Adjustment with re- 120.56 and 120.57, F.S. HAIl iONNERYAL
G, 6YO, 15.2 Stocky, any- record a +. 813-986-4560 1-877-564-6285 EXPERIENCED Chain Link Thonotasassa church for spect to any matter
one can ride, no vices, *Restrictions and Fence Crews Wanted. Sun & Wed worship serv- EDUCATION which is considered at Because the administra- GOOCHLAND SOCIAL
lv msg $2850 Limittion Apply EDE Commercial and Indus- ices & practices. Call such meeting, he will tive hearingprocess is SERVICES
(813) 684-0123 Driver/ Delivery Limitations Apply E trial work Projects Pastor ill 813-986-4346 nee a recorofthe pro- designed to ormuatef- /v
throu hout Florida. ceeding, and for such nal agency action, the fil- BOBBY DOYAL BONNER
Quarter Horse -500 CDL Drivers-"We'llGet General Mustave own truck, RECEPTIONIST Bi-lingual, Correspondence purpose he may need to ing ofapetition means
Pon- 500 Mini-$200 You Rollin" Now accept- General tools and equipment. nights Wed-Sun 5m- School II ensure that a verbatim that theDistrict's final The object of this suit is
All Ki-sae. + 30 mor ing plications for Class ALL the miles u can le Call teve 11-478- lam. Call Toni 81-239- I Schools record of the proceed- action may be different to TERMINATE THERE
Will finance anyone. $0 A w/+ yrs exp & Class B ie ryhle Co ean C e 0150 or 1-877-663-8653. 4293 or 813-645-2193 ing is made, which re- from the position taken SIDUAL PARENTAL
dn, $100/mo. Many w/1+yrs exp. Current ally handle AComeran ATTEND COLLEGE cord includes the testi- by itin this notice of fi- RIGHTS OFTHEPARENTS
beautiful paints! Wil DOT card ts max,state EXress Late Model HELP WANTED WE'RE raising pay for ONLINE from Home. money and evidence nal agency action. Per- OF THE ABOVE NAMED
trade & rt no 15/hr, w: en We offts er week Euipment NoTouch Earn Extra income as- Florida Regional driv- *Medical, *Business, upon which the appeal sonswhosesubstantial CHILD RESIDUAL PAR
$25/day Call now: pen s & same weektod Freight, No East Coast. semblin CD cases from ers! Home every week- Paralegal, is to be based. interests will be affected TAL RIGHTS AND
813-649-1126 www. pa. Ca tda rr abexper- me n th end Home durn the *Computers,*Crmna by any such final deci- RESPONSIBILITES
4c tystabes.comw 8a3k7 2yrs verifiable experi- Home. Wra win ende!Home during Ctmepc Joe accrmenal o of h D c RESAONSAL ITGTS AND
suncitystables.com 83-717967. ence. Good driving re- To US companies week! Solid weekly usice. ,lacement sion of the District on the A ALL RIGHTS AND
T SpartanStaffing.com cord.(800)282-191 Startlmmeately No miles! 95% no touch Assistance. Computer Julie Ham application have the RESPONSIBILITESIN-
QUARTERHORSE 5 y/o X115 ex erience necessary. Preplanned freight! $.43 provide nancIal Ad Planner right to petition to be- CLUDING RIGHT OF VISI-
Gelding, 15.2 Hands Driver-Aollo B -0 per mile HEARTLAND EX- i qualified. Call 866- come a partyto the pro- TATION RIGHTTOCON-
work. $500 D Terminal ACECA DRIVING ww.eas ork-44-49 822NO:4109 6/22/2006 ceedin in accordance SENT T6 ADOPTION, THE
i o DedicatedRegional AMERICAS R greatpay.com www.hartlandexprss. WWW On neTewaterT wthth requirements RESPONSIBILITY OF SUP-
*GUARANTEED* driving career today Of- co. set PORT AND ALL OTHER
WANTED! Horses, omeEVERYkend ngcourses in C A. (Medical/Health Care BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT aton rsuantto RESPONSIBILITES RE-
nies, goatssheep, Home EV One Tuition fee! Many (ec -Ce)Aection 12 573 F-. to
mas, gca e pt E&aY W payment options! Nf HELPWANTED Earn Ex- r CITY OF e .. MAINING WITH THE NAT-
ma exceptca orgistratiotra income assembling DIETARY Instruction & PLANT CITY, FLORIDA stt an admis ra ve URAL PARENTS OF THE
dogs. Tack, trailers & N6 pO d ( 84 CD cases from Home. D fOBAINCH
equip Top pricesoaid 65% preloaded/ info@americasdrivinga Start Immediately No Tutor. n JJ IN RE: this matter is otv. TO OBTAIN THE RIGHT
Go home. Call yn pretar edeperience necessary,.CASE #BOA-2006-11 t me r is not ava..a- TO PLACE SAID CHILD
Go DL- 8-428-5627 cademy.com s CERTIFIED MATHTUTORING be prior to the filing of
now 813-649-1126 CL-A rewww.easywork-ThePetitionof FOR ADOPTION THE
www.ctdvers.comreata.com 1-800- DIETARY $14/hour! Customized Henderson Properties request for nearing. RIGHT TO DETEkMINE
CASHIER wanted F/T in- 405-7610ext 1030 pro.rams. Highest .46 62/0 RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION
SDRIVER-HIRING QUALI- cluding ALL Saturdays MANAGER Quality! Summer Spe- No. 4116 6/22/2006
FIEDDRVERSf Call or appointment JACKSON Enterprise, LLC Community Care Center dil1-DasRisk Free Public Notice is hereby It is ORDERED that the
tra FlED DRIVERS for Ceal &Na- 813-752-822 Associates needed is seeking a Full Time 2263. given that the Board of defendant appear at the
trial Florida Local & Na- 8- 82 $atu/edym CMAfo r orn Termr P ln City,1Fl6/da/2w06
tional OTR positions. $500-$100/per daySim. CDM for our Long Term www.ltoltutor.com Adjustment of the City of NOTICE OF SALE above named Court and
Food grade tanker, no DATA ENTRY! Work ply returning 2-3 a day. Care facility in Plant City, Florida, wil protect his or her inter-
hazm no pumps, From Anywhere. Flexi- No Selling, No explain- Plant City. Prior Dietary (( Schools )) hold a public hearing on In accordance with the ests on or before July 6,
great benefits, competi- ble Hours. Personal inannoconvincin Mgmnt exp ispreferre. Tuesda, June27, 2006, provisions of Florida 2006 @1:30 PM
five pay & new euip- Computer Required. Ex- 1-800-242-0363 ext1971 Must have LTC exp and AIRLINE MECHANIC Rap- at 1:30 .M. at the Nettie law, there being due
ment. eed 2 years ex- cellent Career Opportu- HYPERLINK be able to lead dietary id training for high pay- Berr Draughon Munici- and unpaid charges for Dated 5/11/2006
EMPLOYMENT perience. Calf Bynum nity. Serious Inquiries http://www.jacksonen crew, ensure clean work ing Aviation Career pal building in the coun- which the undersigned
SERVICES Transport for your op- Only. 1-800-344-9636 terpinsellc.com" environment, maintain FAA predicts severe cil room auditorium o- is entitled to satisfy an Dianne H. White
portunity today. Ext.300 www.jacksonenterprise policy and procedure shortage. Financial aid cated at 302 West owner's lien of the Clerk
(800)741-7950 lIc.com and follow State Federal if qualify. Job place- Reynolds Street, Plant goods hereinafter
Sand OSHA regulations. ment assistance. Call City, Florida The pur- described and stored at Edward Dej. Berry
Preparation I I DATA ENTRY! Work From Let Us Jump Start Your Apply in person AIM 1-888-349-5387. pose of this hearing is to Uncle Bob's Self Storage Judge
Employment JJ DRIVER- HOME WEEK- Anywhere. Flexible Career! Now accepting Community Care Center hear an appeal by peti- located at: 1005 S.
Employment ENDS. Flatbed Drivers Hours. Personal Co applications for 2202 W.OakAve ATTEND Colleg Online tioner, David Henderson Alexander St., Plant No3035 6/1;8;15;22,2006
ATTEND C LLEGE can earn $950+/Week puter Required. Excel Warehose, Forklift, Pro- Plant City, FL 33563 from Home *Medical of Henderson Properties, City, Florida 33563.
ONLINE from home G E at PGT. Great Benefits & nt Career Opportuni- duction & Clerical posi- Ph: 813-754-3761 *Business, *Paralegal requesting a variance 81 -759-9526. And, due REQUEST FOR BIDS
*MedicaNE from hoBusiness, Equipment. Students ty. Serious Inquiries On tions.Great benefits& EOE *Computers, *Criminal from the Plant City Code, notice having been giv-
*ParalMedical, *Computers with CDL-A welcome. 00 (800)344-9636 Ext. same week pay to suit Justice. Job placement Section 102-1773, to al- en, to the owner of said Bids will be accepted for
*Criminal Justice. Job Calln(866)838-3584. i. YOUR needs. Call today NURSING assistance. Computer lowapole sign to a property and all parties the sale of aTurfTiger
placement assistance. 813-717-9675. provided. Financial Aid henhot of 120, a variance known to claim an in- Lawnmower.27 HP.61".
Computer provided. Fi- Classifieds is DRIVERS $1500.00 bonus SpartanStaffing.com RNs & LPNs POOL if qualified. Call 866- of 85'; and signs equal to terest therein and the The bifs will be opened
nancial Aid if qualified, a car shopper's every 6 months. OTR, Community Care Center 858-2121 391.9 square feetps, a time specified in such at 1308 Larrick Lane,
Call (866)858-2121 personal showroom. Excellent home time, Manufacturing Workers Ph: 813-754-3761 www.OnlineTidewaterT variance of 158 sThe notice for payment of Plant City Fl on June 23,
www.OnlineTidewaterT Makes and models New Equipment, I year and Team Leaders. EOE ech.com property is located at such having expired, 2006 at 9:60 a.m. Call
ech.com. for every budget Experience Class A with Structall Bidg Systems 2701-2709 Thonotosassa the goods will be sod 813-752-0569 for addi-
When it's a vehicle tank & hazmat. Call 5120 Great Oak Dr, Lake- THERAPISTS WANTED- HEAVY EQUIPMENT OP- Rd, in a C-1A, Neighbor- at public auction at the tional information.
You'll be satisfied ou need d with 877-882-6537. land. Call 1-800-969. LICENSED SLPS in ERATOR TRAINING FOR hood Business zoning above stated address to .
with Classifieds. you ed Cl ocfeds. w www.oakleytransport.c 3706 for appointment Miami-Dade and EMPLOYMENT: Bulldoz- district. All persons are the highest bidder or RESOUT2ION NO
wi ssi speeom NO WALK-INS. Broward counties Bilin- ers, Backhoes, Loaders, advised that if a person otherwise disposed of 113
Sgualaplus. Per diem & Dump Trucks, Graders, decides to appeal any on Wednesday, July 12, ARESOLUTION OF TH
( Driver / Delivery )) ( Driver/Delivery ) 1 [ Driver/Delivery )) ( Driver / Delivery F/T. Bilinuals Inc. Child Scrapers, Excavators; decision made by the 2006 at 9:30AM. CT R OMMISSIAONTOF
rEnt ery'-'v4:.i t!l.,nrIl C~ rtification, Board of AdiustmentCTHECO Mv S .O -
... ... :. .i.. .....'.b Pl ,r eint Assis- with respectto any mat- GEROGEADAMS THE CITYOF PLANT
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SC... purpose he may need to Household Goods BE FUNDED FROM PRO-
'. ...H PURCHASING Aqen- In ensure that a verbatim CEEDS OF PROPOSED
HoI u for hci..?alE record of the proceeding PATRICK WILLIAMS HALF CENTS SURTAX
SNur;er, Bro, er ,n Pi.ant is made, which record in- Household Goods FOR THE PERIOD OF THE
*i cy it lev..iarer D? cludesthetestimony and TAXTHROUGH
Sre ,n Hor,,uirure ..r evidence upon which the BRUCEMEYER SEPTEMBER 30,2011
--.. ,,-Il dr. appeal is to be based. Household Goods,ment WHEREAS, the Board of
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-ry ,r lan- : p feld,-i JOSE M. MARTINEZ County Commissioners
a i.:eptable Ablity I-) Julie Ham Household Goods, Furni- of Hillsborough County,
rco grr:e ) vist amrt Planner ture, Boxes, Tools, Appli Ordinance, which among
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landscaping is a must JOSE M. MARTINEZ ti cipatint ursdic-
(Zone 69). 27572-4546 Household Goods eariong antoo a opublices-
SLegal Notices NOTICE OF FINAL AGEN- HOLLY WHEELER solution specityingits
Restaurants/ CY ACTION BYTHE Household Goods F uses of te revenues
SHospitality/Clubs BOARD OF ADJ MENT SOUTHWEST FLORIDA HueAp ncs,urni throu fiscalyear 2011;
CiTi' OF PLANT CITY, WATER MANAGEMENT House Goo now,ereore
BREAKFAST COOK FLORIDA DISTRICT
F/T APPLY IN RE: Notice is given that the HARIE BE IT RESOLVED BY THEOF
II SNELLGROVES RESTAu- CASE 4BOA.2006-12 District's Final Agency Household Goods THE CITY OF PLANT
SRAN 109 S. COLLNS The Pe on Action is aprovalof the CITY,FLORIDA:
ST.lThe PPelC. r 8 2 il idon f Water Use General on 14 eVERLINE GLOVER tY i da
acres to serve Household Go Section 1. A public hear-
LINE COOK F/T APPLY A ricultureknownas Boxes ngon the listofsecirie
SNELLGROVES RESTAU- Publc Notice is hereby GI FORD FARMS. pngNNnAtrojectswhichWiftbe
RANT 109ES. COLLINS l Ihan the Board of The project is located in SHANNON WATeSON uned from the pro-
ST. P.C.813- 752-3652 djusment of the City Hillsou county Sec- es ceeds of the proposed
B oyPr..,20 For ifr aye-i loflantsi. e .orti a 2 MICHAEL GREEN half cents surtax for the
Buy iit fur 250 r e villold ato public hear l Sout Range 21 East Household Goods, eriod eofthetaxthro h
-in Super Savers. in on Tuesda June 27 The permit alicant is Furniture September 30,2011 sha

S. (Medical/Health Care( ) Medical/Health Care) Rd., Dover, Florid 527. K HouseholdJ eGoods, Box- Nettle Berry Draughon
S. ... .. ........epeies, Plastic Containers
The emit No.i es, Plastic Contaers Municipal Building, 302
Spice up your career... 20012935.000 PEGGYLAFUZE West Reynolds Street
I..--'' **.. i 11 i. :The file (s)pertaining toHe used GOOds Florida, on June 26,2006,
'-: "l n"Slteason" it with us! theproject. referredoo uat 7:30M on oras soon
above is available for in- JEFFREY GREGORY there e r as the mater
S.Join us for a Season at Barlow Regional s action Monday JEFFREYGREGORY maybe heardatwhich
Medical Center, one fi C irnrral Floric a a ost through Frida excet Manager time interested parties
,Y'Je ~ dvn.,m ,ld~le~qroevru1 rnet, ai 'a, s, and. f~~or legal holiDays, 8:0 NO:41206 and citizens m% appear
0 6 a loit spicr e Io your career! Our friendly, Southw orida Water specttotheproposedre-
.3sI1-p3 ea i h.cspi[al iomunity is growing fast Management District port. -
a31d we rave a few ,e;olet po'rilons available (District)eRecord and NOTICE OF SALE
f.r 270B rvisor Sectieeta
2709 Broad Street, In accordance with the advised that a person
SBrooksville, F 34604-6899 provisions of Florida decides to appeal any
N CORHlaw, there being due decision made by the
NOTICE OF RIGHTS and unpaid charges for City Commission with re-
_Twhich the undersigned aspect to any matter con-
Any person whose sub- is entitled to satisfy an sidered at such meeting,
Sstantial interests are af- owner's lien of the he will need a record of
fected by the District's goods hereinafter the proceedings, and for
Atr aSea: with :i uy r away action regarding this described and stored such purpose ne may,
.A S u., i,,ul yaway permitmayre guest an at Personal Mini Stor need o ensure that a
"'trindship. and pe-rienrces L1131 Will last a administrative hearing in a e, 4805 MLK P ant verbatim record of the
c" f .120.569 and 120.57, Flori- 81J-707-0218.And, due which record includes
da Statutes.(F.S.) and notice having been giv- the testimony and evi-
Svsit us at w.baowreginalcom and Chapter28-106, Forida en, to the owner of said denceiupon which the
is -Administrative Code property and.llpar- appeal is to be based.
.. P.,apply online. You may also fax your resume F.A.C.) of the Uniform ties known to claim an
Sto (863) 519-1475 or mail to 2200 Osprey Rules of Procedure. A re- interest therein2 and Section 3. In accordance
to (863, 51 B o F ouest for hearing must the time specified in with the Americans with
information, please call (863) 519-1400D explainn how e sub such notice for pay- Disabilities Act any per-
-5 stantiainterests of each ment of such having ex- son with a disability re-
EOE/DFW erson re uestin the pired, the oods w be quiring resaonable ac-
"; i~n r carriers are indepe hearing be affected sold at pub ic auction at commodation in order to
M newsp'ber careiers are indeend at a b h strict's action. the abovecstated ad- pa in.thisn miept-
em I of The = p.oy Ral, E GI ONAE dmaeerns isput- oed o otherwise dis Clerk at (813) 659-420 at
-, '= : questing thee hearing or 30, 2006 at 9:00AM. the public hearing.





26 THE COURIER + JUNE 22, 2006
[ Legal Notices ) [ Northwest C) (( East Pasco )) [ Homes for Sale / 1 (( Out of State )) (( Out of State ) (( Out of State j] [( Out of State ))
1 Lease Option ASHEVILLE, NC AREA GEORGIA HOMESITES NC LAND 20 acres, TENNESSEE GRAND
Section 4. This resolu- HOMESITES 1 to 8 acre Secluded 3-20/acs. $99,990. Stream, pas- OPENING! Swan Ridge
tion as notice of said. Wesley Chapel, Bridge- parcels from the $80's. Paved, Hardwoods & tures, woods, stars, Lake Resort, a private,
public hearing shall be water Sub Brand new, Gated riverfront. Just pines. Starting deer, no hurricanes. Al- gated community wit
published in the Courier, U Lv elyy 1721sf, 3/2/2, on lake, all outside Hot Springs, $2950/ac. (Special so, country store and both lake-view and
issue of June 22, 2006 COUNTRYWAY Lovely appl., blind's & ar door NC. Awesome owners' Commercial 48acs. No rented cabin, only mountain-view
-ool home w/htd spa, opener mncl.3 4K or clubhouse. Nature county zoning. 1-16 $94,990. Call/email for homesites. Lots starting
SECTION 5. At the con- REAL ESTATE 3br, 2ba, 2cg, tile roof, PEN lease $1500 813-767-9136 trails, river walk. Phase 50,000 cars/ay, pics: at $29,900. CALL TO-
clusion of the public SERVICES Upgrades too many to 11 Fall 2006. Preview $6900/acre offers ac- owner@newbranch.co DAY! (931)243-4871
hearing, the Ci Com- SERVICES list. Exccond. Serious N (Real Estate Auctions) now. Call (866)292-5762. cepted. Will divide) m 919-693-8984 www.swanridgedevelo
mission shall a opt a .buyers only. REDUCED SP Owner 912-529-6198 pment.com.
resolution listing specific ,$2.K ASKing-$39 900 E g or- i Blut C t AUCTION- 131+/- acres- NC LAND: 36 acs, $109K.
projects which fund- [ Morgage )s Call 8b4-283 e900 s 7 Ok Sn 12-. i50 Lots ounn t o c n ount, Adivided. Highly m- GEORGIA Homes for Near 60,000 acre Kerr TENNESSEE LOTS 1-3
y "" '"0q ....LLS and 3,20e a caseWarL II. s
ed from thedproceeds of 4r /t4 Slerr M os home to be sold at auc- proved cattle f. arm sale 1-120 ac. from Lake.Treetop Views!! acre Homesites at Intro-
the proposed half cents lAil/ FrEST HL 4 alynew!''L home to be sold a equipment & registered $3000 to $541,000 2 Woods feldS creek, ductoryprices. Deedre-
surtax for the period of 1 2 b S rom olf Barb DeGroso C21 tio Saturday, June24, Angus her, Irvnvie, rs0 S.E. of ATL. Great Pics: 919-693-8984 or stricted comm w/parks
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JUNE 22, 2006 # THE COURIER 27
(tHouses Unfurnished)) Campers / Travel (( Boats )) ( Vans )) ([ Motorcycles )) ((Automobiles for Sale)]) (Automobiles for Sale)
HUNTER'S GREEN Trailers JJ 17 Fabuglas, bowrider PLYMOUTH 2000 VOY- MOTORCYCLES Wanted CADILLAC 2002Seville
Gaft, appliance/2s,Lwn6 34 1995 Impala Travel rcu 50h 4 stroke gray'double side doors, ATV'. Also buying Onstar,memory seats,
maint.,incid, new aint- Trailer Super Slide, self outboard motor w/less good tires, V6, clean, wrecked motorcycles, chrome wheels. 57K i. z
ed, Rent: o1 0000, contained private bdrm, than 100 hrs. on motor $3,450 727-459-6508 Cash paid. 813-924-6264 $12,850. 352-428-0774
Phone: 813-390-3366 49 16,775 $3995813-779-2167. SUZUKI 1995 RM 250 CADILLAC 2004 DeVille .... ..
REAL ESTATE New oeadowt 8_ Buy TRANSPORTATION r un geat FM eC Peia kwhtocdanvas tp, LINCOLN 1999 Town
R RE NTTE New aa p o iTRANSPORTATIONov ke new, $79s lux pkg gold pkg, low .Car 32000 ml, leather
FOR RENT new 4br,2bamm, a J- "ot w/p0sf, recreateion, 1 71=R N /( n(Sports Utlity Vehicles)) "Like new. Must sell" BeauTu, well main,
wA/pool recreation, 1'TRITON 2006 Alumi- y $22,995 727-345-2114 White w/blue top
cable/phone free, 36' Tahoe 5th Wheel Toy num Bass boat, Loaded, II Auto Engines / CADILLAC 2003 Escalade IMMACULATE HD (813)792-2298 Almost
[r Apartments d--r906 Haulmer C iaec edi e20 sun,,, ..... ,....nw..
Unfurnished II $1400/mo 813-956-9906 Hauler. Clima zed ga- 90hp optimac mercury, Parts / Misc. AWD, fec wrty, sunrf, FATBOY, 1997 trophy bike, ew for lust $12,900.
.g .PLANT.CityWalden kouten less than 4 hrs n u Jchrome whis, loaded. $37K into bike. Chrome 4A JJII uy m _uryOs@con2000.co
O,"bw051 8-621-0620 Bay Area Motor Works Su er Sharg. 38K mi. evethng, hidden m see it at
Avalon Village Apts. ks, auifu 2/2 tor $28,000973-g51 $15,300. 813-621-0620 ay.Areaoorork $ -2 0 2435 66k elec rical new V & H.Big- ............ www.con2000.com/sa
Equietcul-de-sac,$975. ,Engine rebuild & install, ,$2 950 i.81- 4 et new V CADILLAC 2004 DeVille, le
RemodeledAgts..Gated mo. first, last +dep, 40' Tradition 20054 slide- 18' Sea Ra 1995135hp, Upto3yrwarrarny CADILLAC 2003 Escalade oshed wi, w Cashmere, 43k mi, 4 dr,
outs, 9,250 mi, Onst r, I/O CoastGuard equip- Auto/Boat/iRV .earlw/t t er. ties,piV8 M FWD, AM/FM, ABS E
145 S T No D 3-24735t Central vacuum syss Air ped, bimini top g 813-926-994 /an later ires tail bery, A l ,eCa RCEDES 2004 CLK 55
F L,36(13)97 p1-7570 4 p^ru cnd Tgreat N I-SO R l ullyloaded, 22" cus- too muc to list. HD e AMGconvertible ext
3 2 .h l'na h -tom whls, 50K ml. serviced, garage kept, cruisek3
FL, 33613 (813)971-77b SEFFNER Villas Irg 2br, $218.5K828-385- 436 ter. $5950 813-903-0320 TRANSMISSIONSReBuE ........3 0blak "k .,00 BO 2 Exccondlion r, '. I 1sk4a
BRANDON 2br 2b a Vilasrem d r kg 43r6 from A-Z. G uaranteed $35,000. 813-926-0779. owned $14,500 0 / 522,500 (813)716-8940 mintsi lv er 'nt b c s p e
L a k e v i e w R e s o r t s t yle t r a s h in c l. r 14 17 5 ( C a m p g r o u n d s ) 1 9 1 9 9 8 B a y lin e r T r o p h y q u a lit y ^w o r k Y o u r p la c e C H E V6 0 0 8 5 2 -2S.... ^(.. . . ..' $ 5 5 ,0 0 0.. .1 3 6 9 5 3 8 3 4 .
living, pool, tennis, fit- great sch W Center Console, motor or mine. Call Rob5H 4x4 005 CtSV ME
I W" ns IsBUFFALO HILLS CAMP- rebuilt w/2001 alumi- 813-610-1535R 5.tL 136rK mie 4 Golf Carts A bLkL 24000 5CoEe5E 204 SO
Mn to downtown Tmpa, -75-mo 25g B GROUND Open ear- num trailer. Low M. auto everthig t int J blacke, 40o rae AMG Pkg, All options,
$1100/mo.wnt7277866305, 82 81-785-25 round. Ask aboutown- $9400. 813-926-0644 Automobiles Misc $9500er813-477-2045 GOLF-CART REPAIRS ing navigation system 8500 mies, $79,00
kBuy ershi as littleas HOUSE CALLS- New & exc. condition, 35,00uuu 813-96-6995
CITRUS PARK 3Bd, 2Ba, Y "16y $10/Mo. Quality amen. 2' Catamaran 2001 ENGINES & Transmis- CHEVY 2001 Tahoe LS recodton. Batteries & mi. Ext. warranty
+Den2Cw/polNoties, clubhouse, hiking Seau Nautco.Twin sions Used & Rebuilt 51k full loadedone chargers Sparks& $38,000. 352-588-9778 MERCEDES 2004 CLK 55
ets. 15121 Heathrige SPRING HILL House 3/2/2 trail, more! Accommo- 200 Suzuki DF50.Good 90 da s up to 3 yrs owner, excellent con- Carts. 811-267-7830 CHEVROLET 2000 Monte AMG convertible, ext
r. $1,800 er mo1s + great condition, fenced dates largest RV's. clean boat alum warr M-F 9-. Me BBB edition $14500 813-961-2000 silver int black 31k mi,
S ai 6/15/06.- 2400sf, $1000. 32/1 Near SenecaLake,3500 19,500 239-21 813-875-1500 1584, cell 813-363-6993 [(Automobiles Wanted)) areas option mint e shape
C a ll ( 6 71 6069 8 -8 4 7 3Hto t a lly8up d a t e d .-$ 1700 .5 1 5 00s h1 5 8 4,oc e llr8 1 3 3 6 3 6 9 9 tC ce x t ra s In c 1 0 d is c 5 ,0 0 0 1
352-796-8202 or boating/fishing.1- 0ras H0 [ Trucks Light Duty C$ 8 20 -6Dcha r.Beautiful.
EFFICIENCIESl $00/k at fig. 2- H 10( C (Trucks Light ) CHEVY 2005 Trailblazer $$$ CASH $$$ 813-92726 MERCURY 1996 Grand
EFFS 100/wk 954-854-7562 685-608 Tr GP LS, 2 wheeldrive, white, For Cars, Trucks & MERCURY 1996 Grand
HOUSE for0 rent ETON 3TOSASSA r Biminitopt $19low 70n Pri4/A CMarquis GS 113K load
hea d wt (d Ho m 4 Fishfinder i top Chervy 2004 SSR, yellow, m a 2 VansMAny f/e CHEVY 1988 Carpice6
813-505-8752 woodo ced ( r RVs 4500 813-289-6152 loaded, 7500 m 1 owner. -20 d4ed1Timer CASH PAIDM For Cars Classic, loaded, MINI 2002 Cooer 55Kmi.
monthly. 813-217-5795 CERMIC TILE PLANT 32' Hoday Rambler 1997 Y EX sticker $48K. $28500 727-505-3882 family ownedall -
(Spanish:813-774-4696) CITY3BR, 1PA$850+ Vacation Class A excel- 2 KeyLargo 2004 Shipping $200, 850- FORD2003 Expedition CASH ON THE SPOT oal,8 31 0 9 00 8 n



La,8-864 $850 DEP CREDIT CK. Vati sona m8a2 ny ex e .l- enterC console Ct eo n 47, 7s ,e$ea,0 CANCER ckuVa-,dealerorsevcedWKS sERCU, .. lran
HYDE2 car ar, scrn atio, REQUIRED813-215-0050 SF home Bates RV Nearx- bimini, doder & con Ithr Loaded, r35K miles, limit- ase $695Maui0.727s Low m-459-650es, exc
olf tennis, gym. rent otio n to buy, 3/ Airs am Jera 200 DODGE 1989 318 V8 Pck- ed ower train warren DONATE -NISSAN 2005 ALTIMA 2.5
br 2s.5 -100 Tv's 2 AC, well below Yamaha ext. warr. up w/topper.93600mi, down seats sunr78k Free Pick Up, 24/7 Co 5000 i 2 st s, r i




f 02-2 16802 TURKEY Creek A (Recreational Rental)a 7 JE4P 01dPI ee6cy An.o o n FORD 1996 TAURUS GL, 100. au3 @
n ve0t0 wIC A rea book $27 900 call for in- Nov. 2008, drive on goodtires runs great. 1 $49or-s-73,c AC at68-90
S ODESSA 32 n ski lake POPUP CAMPEfo727-41-8646 forrent mrailem rinRD 2004 FWell 150 S 2004 Exedition, -416-1082 doo r(s) A /FMi
W/bkyd each. 2000floorstove, Frienced Enclosed Head, Lightning 385HP Sonic hitch roof rack 1900 PONTIAC 1992 Firebird.
yard. 813731807 35' CREE PARK MODEL er $43,70VHF radio.$1650054 e/ Km obo. rwr13-634-3342 CASH PAID Soc ars .c nu,,on, l35eatherMIN 2002 Cooer SK.
BEACHFRONTAMPA PALMSbr TRAILER New a/c, good 813-245-8737 FORD 1986 F15 490 mo- 3r seat. TV/VD ct unnin or Not! We'll in wr oc seats Immaculate. il8d $275 81er w/
ea sle cs VALRICO ver condition, easy to move f A 6 dn warr. Must sell. $21,000 ce c ows, w/new Black Top. Black & Grey





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Beautiful upscale condos 2ba, 1500sf, ar. $CHA., $500 obo.. EA .Ry0 cE X S$,49 obo. 13-451-6293 Pinalittleit more an top, ne edsmec 1t. PW1 utotrans
omreat summer- allte pps mo., neor painted. oon u 645-0994 ark com See at kee Silver V8, leather, CAMAR 1971 35,995 b (813) Milea 25/3 m
rooms. Rent to ow3br a 2cSA 51 Cae 908 a 205/ mpg 1







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lar baydview t br 1 ba o o t Readyto movee i Trucks, Trirs. $50-mo- 245CR Cabin Cruiser, OdessaD 813-966t792-7624. CHEVY 1.. Be. -lair4DR FORD 2003 Taurus SES Basalt bik9 bei9e inm
lmonhdco 1000 SRoc s-pued o n Io p 1Monthl ep B nn^ duo. e-nroa sinK Sho wer, 5.G TOYO- 1991Pickup "wKhmi t lan on f d lwy Garoa 60rl-WK il, ArC, CD,rr Pnt. fs bpias1, nertel
mntly reat aed V$118,-0.6856841 ton 2Dies10pl600. 813-610-51ba'01b Cab 246L 80 Pw/PBt br6ds very2icecon4 CHILDREN'S DODGE 2004 Intgrepid SESE 139 ilesasking
c$l5 813-866-4000 diesel gen., A-i condo 11 4.6L insde hi & n e c n 3-E, 139K mils, ask
BRAND NEW LAKEFROlow mi asking8,nted 000 813-855-0626 813695- sliding rear 'win. 78 les $7900. 813-966-6232 K m, siverlackondtonCORVEE1975 $1,900 or bes offer.
WESLEY CHAPEOND4bO O2bN CUL- TURKEY Creek 2b 2 1005 Tacoma, original owner. ANCERt-tnos h- ria, er18K mi. 4D es aleyChal area








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Garge, s ndrt. M DRANDONfp813-7371844 n g 2000 SFhomeger& con Loaded, 35Kmiles, limit- 813-839-2 8 0043
regrntes, tg o m soleel E R Vo N earld
s $14/o no, m ( Roent option to buy, 3/2 K 863-581-0758 soayliner fres h waer n er 4cylORD ed power tran warrn- ONATEONDA 0 Accord DXNIAN200 ALTIMA 2.5
31956832 w/p30oo1 S FProntCH&Ae R ful Boat Pa Alpha -4 exit 14 a. 5 750 Aut BOX TRUCK, CBed- $14,975.00 813-891- or. $70SL, 15,180 mi, leather









WEEKLY RENTA RATES 7 person spa, never one share of five avaia- 14', roll up do, V8 die 838773897 0 wheels$4,900 all
ne For ca+ Twin V Ct liner Toolbox AM/FMK Merct.,sunroofsfo 196a230L, HONDA 199m Acco e










813-24I41f6te. WB175 73 er8.800-779-6276 13230-4 retail Mut sell 727-643-6431 Tclt ncr5ondti$r meeant TYTA 20 P Rn
813-948-3543/230-6206 tile, $169 mo+ ep. (0Recreational Rental) maran Famil isher8- 7 Exc.d091 JEEP 1989 Pioneer, 6 rcy, TksB Vs 1 Ti U G km 2 00.
By 1men, iwin 11 stroKe 4x4, good shape, red Any Car Any Condition FORD 1996
s ODESSA 32 on ski lake POPUP CAMPERS for rent Suzuks,Alumgal LSR FR4D c2004 F 50b S new baFt, tires e xc tow NRti. (7 sau c-00 0 : y.h..co
A/C MSinkStove, Fairs Bimini Enclosed Headrs, Ltan 5.4 V8H, Sonic hitch roof rack 1900Na TAX DEDUCTIBLE all power, very c PONTIAC 1992 Frebrd-2338










bBRANDO Tea2AMPA2 EF 000s. AC a l ls Mo s Hngs a V c rxoa-in-lodk obid erfc cond.9I MERICKEUDE ele Rei HONA 96Accorudt T
Bac al s g. rooms&oatio facing C 813 -6n reserve $43,70b 813-477-7054 Ble/grey 11K ies as obo. 813-634-3342A F.RC hiC. l exc. ct8io, $1330207 Red, T-Top. 2 Vg. cond
Beach Rental ake.$2,000/m15 month $43,000& 813.541827 www.popup new on500813-759-1482tion Call 35$2700 7-9389 mi, many upgrades, matic, 143FMadio, auto, amilesFullythr se oad





















0 HOUSES r en HT TUB, brand new ,new top and sides A/C, cruise, driver wower, tncass stereo,
BEACHFRONT Ibr Rick 727-504-3457 .- p Yamaha, .,bum Sahara, w hite,'tan tern1 www.childrens vere 4 dr$ auto2,9755000Ca
condo,Treasure Island, R V storage t ropestrailer life HONDA 2006 Rideline new roofnew tireswn45
Fl furnished just bring TWIN Branch Acres, 3br s, 5HP, 5 SEVERAL Storm Dam- MITSUBISHI 2000 DIESEL NISSAN 2002 Pathfinde 'A/charitis.cobo 813-477-1100 airbag, pw windows, ownr allwr69K.
toothbrush, call 727- month2ba 2cg 2200sf, f'lc erson. deliver aed & Donated Boatsve DELUXE, dual tanks, 34k m, 6 A/C, Exc. ellentcondition, single $13,75 -428-07ed
599-5836 or email scorned pool/spa, 3 sa FOWLER & 1-75 3cellent condition. C leather fu b, a afull 813-9D2-4835 eles'Anti ues T$3A, 150 813-323-87695 i
to9othbrus, eail 727 scbarn on 1 ac. $2500 RV's/Boats Autos, $4,900.(813)792-2298 warren,, $28,500. 813- JEEP 2005 Grand Chero- 8(Classics & $3,150. 2 40 manul3, 1,re74
carolfattRRbene@yahoo.c FOrR Dlas2n g2e80 0ik 2a049 c 1 Km $9 s3ir an TOYOTA 2003 Corolla,
omgreatmmer rates or lease option k ee Siver V8, leather, CAMARO 1971 p350 auto H 2C0n thorg vt auto
avail. Rick 727-504-3457 HappTravlwrwRVcoPerk com See at-m pZUk196Hombre 97k sunrralpnwr tw p2





















813-476-02m7 2brmost .2 a, c n : 6 8 00g B Rn am inRd kats, JEE x 200 irng 41x4 4 TOYOTA 1998 4R n e Autom obiles for Sale') $ 12 5 8 6 T YOT 2005 Ca ry L
port, www8r, screened 3w w813-6 U 5-2096 nice cond; well mainf r bolt needs Ca work,-800- N Saddle color d up---
sale mi, 4-cy, y 6,700 m 22,250 8 clear tite. May wantforC. b o owner. $3800 749-86,d stereo. Low m. PORSCHE 2005 997 91











ton s craft 2001 ( 3 seater Deep water boat s lps Vanua ooruns81-957-237arts0. $27 K 32500obo 600 053 VW 2003 New Beetle GL
C i VALRICO 3br 2ba 2c, STORAGE 5515 Cause- ? bu manu run 839-7 .13,949 813-985-8584 cab, convert 6sOd,
Near Bloomindale HS way Blvd, RVs Cars 24.5' 2004 MontereyOks sa,81 $-792- o LANDROVERbS h0i1t, wpoca29935s755
lARPOr ea Spectacu- low rs. int cond. for sale/ease. Limited AA Rated Donation Do-Dicovery SD White, CHEVY 1955 Belairto white, 39k mi,
Tcg cond, 10 -lo f, Reay to Move i, Rver9ew 4CR b Clabn Cr Oss 192T L V r 201 C 1s9Ber, 4r FRD 2 u PE B kei
sland m lubat R o$ 3050/m ea3 3mo Dne. V e2ico 0n5 V4OVO Pta, 5.7G1 TOYOTA 1991.Pickup 101K m 1 4i4ac Cond, sedan 6 kl pow B r 60K miles, A/C CDn PL, pwr N s, i-xneared
Point. One month Free hourso 4 yr ext wrAc, New AC& clutch M8t3-299-3771 orCbleS ) s, n 'zo c aono na ose
EST motN W RYA s / Campers Hs D store861996115 Mercury i d 368032m2s57128 813-478-69o Pm 8 sEfCArSd nte















G 2e Oler5k25HPW3-81-n0x 2* 8c13-601 miles. Great condition, CORVEE 1975 Coupe, Victo- $7,400 (27)729-2602
LG 2/2 CONDO ON CUL- TURKEYuses Furnished Creek2br, lba 2 2477 web d 1754918 TOYOTA 2005 Tacoma originalowner. -to os match- ria 18Kmi.4DR allpwr
DE-SAC. LR, bonus rm, porches, no pets, $5033 DAMON 1997 Da on- n 4dr, V6 all options, au- $27,778 E BMW Roa thr, alloywh /f SATURN 2001 SL2 Ma-
M/baeth has W/I closet mo 1ost last, elec & sec break Sleeps 6. To y "to, blue, off road pkg.,81368 813-909-2628 for scooter $1600 roon with tan int 4dr
Garage, ind rm. Many dep. 5p t 813-737-1844 senl. Divotr hce r, fo13r7ces4-454$23 MNERt RY 1K7 Villager nei g, 8 8 s. 4
upgrades.ie D n Lotime, ic 320 3,900831600 1 813-839-280 A18-0043 auto, 64K, rear spoiler,
















g aHouses ntd com- sell. Extra low mileage.F$2rwda fulue 2h0obot 813-948-5316 MERCEDESn 2000 M cold AC reateather all gaspower
unity w/a ool & boat $20K 863-581-0758 2 silver/gray, 104K m, FORD 1969 Classic Mus- HONDA 1990 Accord DX, $5,700 7ar e433-6300
ramp. $1179 Open Hse Rooms fof2003ndr Rent) y25'ylin CU eZ Trw i Heav T r exc cond. Dealer tang. Good condition 4d ori 8k i,



















Sat 6/24 & Sun 6/25.Dd281T895 bo $200obo813-451-2765 Boats Wanted tin c u evn ea n Oeo nnkind 57-o500r
1179/mo. Call Tad- DAYS-INN SPlant City spass ous &HT s 175s. xistingsuccess- 508. 727 7 Coner- ,, -dd'" UNmu .0 8 2u u,
631)495-6832 3013'.INTEFrontageL T.T. WANTEful BoatPartnershiponas FORD 1990 BOX TRUCK HONDA 1994 CVR 600 F or. $17 000. acautomaticcoldACal
WEEKLY RENTAL RATES 7 person spa, never oneshare of five availa- 14' roll up door V8 die- Low miles, runs excel- top, camel red interior, 6 50 obo 8132818075 wheels
BRANDON, Resort style eps $279. + Tax, Subect to used. Must sell. $2999. bler sae. 000Marine Turn unswanreat dpenda- items lent, new tires, new spee g8-477reat cond.241ow
2b r 2baW/D, all new availability 813-752-0570 Inclues coverwill deiv- Call Tom Wilson bin Resuced to $6K u1s- ercedes 1966i230SLd NDmAe 191me cfcor
la ssk e fitnessss WEB#1757073 er. 800-779-6276 813 230-9446 or e-mail Must sl 727-643-6431 excellent condition!! $900 Runs Great! TOYOTA2001 Pre Run-
center, clu t house. easy ? twilson@sc-bank.com MERCEDES 2006 Ill $36,000 & T-Bird 1959 for listing ner. 147K miles. 4cyl
access to 1-75 & -Xt5wn. Cick A-1 SPAS 28' 2001 Regal LSR 4x4, crew cab blue & leather. Air Susp/Tow Exc. cond! (813) 248-9563 ext C752 Great con .TColdp/C.
Moves & Repairs Bowrider, Only 160hrs, tan' 5.4 V8, Ithr, roof package. Nav system. $9,500 813-982-2338
BRANDON-TAMPA, 2br, Any Hot Tub Cust Mooring Cvr, Very rack, roll-in-lock bd Perfect cond. 9,500K mi. MERCEDES Gazelle Repli- HONDA 1996 Accord
2ba, lcg IMMAC condo, EFFICIENCIES $100/wk 813-623-9997 Clean always on lift cvr, exc. cond 79K, Retail57 500 sell $49K. ca 1929. Built 1968, 4700 133K mi, 2 door, auto- TOYOTA 2003 Avalon XL
lakefront, gAeTd, all USE. $150/wk. Also r $43,000 941-778-8281 $21,500 813-759-1482 'Call 352-567-9389 mi, many upgrades matic, AMF /radio, auto ac nthr seats, dual
HOUEs, scrndean, aNOTOUSE for rentnew top and sides A/C, cruise, driver owner, D, cass stereo,
afpls, scrnd bal -t oOl, furn/unfurnishedwkly] $4,295, 24 ats, SHP, 5 SEVERAL Storm Dam- MITSUBISHI 2000 DIESEL NISSAN 2002 Pathfinder $6400 obo 813-477-1100 airbag, pwr. windows, owner, NS, alowr69K.
Si 150' ()75-m 0 to wnn monthly. 813-217-5795 Werson will deliver. aged & Donated Boats. DELUXE, dual tanks, ", y, A/C, oExc. cndi ne $35 "-"0"
$h:81-74-4696) SacrificeS1,695.00. Will Buy & Sell. Call runs great, 15' box, alarm, alloy whis, CD, OLDS 1969 442 350 V8, o n 9 mi
CARROLLWOOD 3br Call 813-270-2369 Mike 727-204-7988 190K miles $6,900 cruise, Ithr, drvr & psgr auto, project, not run- $3900 t727)698-6838 TOYOTA 2003 Corolla,
2.5ba, pool and gated CCTown.houses SPA Hot Si 813-263-9618 frt & side airbag, all sing, $2,900 16011 great condo, great mile-
community,,closetoCit-K g Li p Model fB.tei t ewr sunroof, towpKg, Dawnvlew Dr. Tampa HONDA 2004 Accord LX I age & mpg, 1lowner old-
rus Park mall, $13c0/mo NEW Tampa brand new K H igh.Lie.With steps ((Boa tSlip/St e )) [( 4-Wheel, .D r i 813) 264-16111 MINT 813-263-7821 Owner Green, 4 r, er driver well main1.
rual $3 o wNhTmp 10 sw f and cabinet. Just serv- OUTDO STORAGE I 1 0 $6 800cyl, 68K mi, Grandfa- $14,000. 813-300-0697
washer/dryer optional. townomeU1300 sq tTOR AGE16, hemivingu ,i-i
813-476-0277 2brloft,2.5a,1c, nc: i 35'80Cal8684-00 Ben9aminRd.,boats, JEEP 2004 Wraniler 4x4, 5. n Atomobiles for Sale)) $11500 72u538-068 TOYOTA 2005 Camry LE
hs internet, cble, alarm, RV'sa, S.lowmu., auto, all pwr,
2br/2ba, covered car $1295/moR813-814-75 ( Watersports $40+/mo.rSecuredoc's ml.4Icyl runs perfect 198 000smi 4dr(s aii' 97TOYOTA.CAMRY Onl INFINITI 2004 G35X, AWD, looks & drives beaui-
portw/, ai$1295rmo,8scre dJ 813-684-9171 with great AC, $14,500. to ,rans cyl n1 $400! Police Impounds. dmd graph blk Ithr ful You'll love it, I prom-
port,,w/d, air, screened al.a s813-69i-2096oeniceato Listings Calle1-800- Bosepr' pkg, 'wd Ise$15,900 813-64-9583
pyrclesgrea. oca- Waterfrot Rentals ARIS V Diraee-Warer-rPasadena Yacht & CC. 36b ori owner $U8l 749-8116, Ext. 7169 trim clear bra 24K,
tion 10$775/mor craft 2001 (2 3 sweater Deep water boat slips V o813-957-2370. 271K. 8136000353 VW 2003 New Beetle GL,
MlA.Bay very low hrs.,Mint cond. for sale/lease. LimitedVn s A A Rated Donation Do- "auto white, 39k mi, exc
ly e176018 MIRA Bay ; Tandem trailer, 95hr- number available. Call .note Your Car, Boat or
TAMPA, waterfront Brand new home 7001E engine. $7,900 727-381-7922 xt 12 CHEVY 1968 10 2 TOYOTA 2001 RAV4, gold safe a r Boat oR LEXUS 1993 LS400 Pear condo balance of fact
condo, 1st floor (1150') 4br/3ba w/ dock, open Jared 337-251-1024 pyccmembership@tam seater/cargo van, newdeditionesilver 4 dtla. Free PIck- wsun,' leothr, ACIfur 8-4812,,5 8-20
backs up to Tamtoa Bay view.$270c van.Bea$90.GAWASAKIo2004oSTX15F avn.$90.B wok ars exc cond $11,800 Up/ow Any power, clean interior
miss from airport. Is- ful! 305-951-5330 3 seater, 160HP,4 -4 813-323-5479 obo 813-404-8913 Model/Conoition Help $5900 813-361-2999 WE BUY
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