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in the
NEWS


SCHOOLS
Calling all high
schoolers. Plant City
High plans a back-to-
school open house
Aug. 1.
PAGE S.



One writer has little
time for "Hollywood
liberals," while.
another says com-
mission needs to be
cautious on building.
PAGE 6

NEW CHAMPS
Plant City 9/10 all-
star team wins the
state championship
in Tallahassee in an
extra-innings thriller.
PAGE 20

INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE 5
CLASSIFIED
PAGE B
CROSSWORD
PAGE 22
OBITUARIES
PAGE 11






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PLANT CITY HIGH GOLF COACH
DRIVES TO PUT PROGRAM ON TOP
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
The coach of the Plant City High School
girls golf team is looking to lead her players
and the school golf program to the highest
level in the county.,
Coach Meg Cimino, a 1985 graduate of the
school and its first female student to earn a
golf scholarship to a major university, knows
what she wants and how to get it.
"The success of women's golf in the
professional and college circuits is driving
girls high school golf programs to produce
more skilled players now than ever before,"
said Cimino, who went on to play profession-
ally after college. "High school coaches have
to work hard to give their players a real
opportunity to compete at the highest levels.
My goal is to help make Plant City High
School's girls golfing program the best in
Hillsborough County.
Cherie Bills and Tracy Morningstar are
returning seniors on the squad of about eight
players, Cimino said.
"Combining character, a good work ethic,
good grades and athletic success on the golf
course is a great way to open doors for
opportunity," Cimino said. "That is the way it
worked for me 20 years ago, and the same
formula in today's world will lead to even
more success."
Cimino said high school programs have to
rebuild each year due to the limited amount
of returning players.
"Graduation often takes your best players
away," she said. "Transfers can help
strengthen a program, but we often have to
teach girls how to play the game from the
ground up."
Cimino is looking for athletic girls to sign
up for the girls golf team when school opens,
which is Aug. 3.
"Plant City High has good support from
area businesses and boosters," Cimino said.
"Girls who are interested in learning the
game, or reaching another level, are wel-
comed to try out for the team. We can pro-
vide them with clubs, golf bags, shoes, gloves
and balls..What they need to provide is a will
to learn the game and a sense of competi-
tion."
Cimino knows that golfers often compete
against themselves and the golf course as
much as opponents. It also helps if the golfer
starts learning the game at a young age.
"I started in golf at a very early age,"
Cimino said. "There is a photo in the family
that shows me at the age of about 6 months,
strapped into a car seat, riding in a golf cart


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staffphoto
Plant City High golf coach Meg Cimino, left, and senior Cherie Bills say they are looking
forward to a successful season.


with my parents. You can't start much youn-
ger than that."
When Cimino was a youth, her parents,'
Ralph and Doris Cimino, owned McKever
Plumbing and Electric Co. store on East Rey-
nolds Street.
"They were both avid golfers," she said.
"Mom had a single-digit handicap. She was
twice the past-president of the Greater
Tampa Junior Golf Association. Dad is a past
president of the Plant City Golf Club. They
were weekend golfers who really loved the
game."
The Ciminos played a lot of golf at Walden
Lake Golf and Country Club, where Plant City
High School.golfers practice and compete. A
marble monument on the 15th hole at the
Lakes course commemorates a hole in one
shot by Doris Cimino some years ago.
"Each year, it is helpful to find some play-
ers who understand the game and have some
experience on the course," Cimino said. "It's


hard to predict how strong a team might be
from one team to the next, but our strength
won't come by luck. We are going to work for
it."
Bills, the daughter of Chipper and Yvonne
Bills, and the granddaughter of the Rev. Rich-
ard Bills, has been playing golf at PCHS since
she was a freshman. She was taught to play
golf by her father.
"We have a small, but good nucleus of golf-
ers this year," Bills said. "If we can pick up a
few more girls we could have a pretty solid
team. Coach makes it fun for us to practice
and play. She knows what she's doing out
there."
High school matches are usually nine
holes, played on Tuesdays and Thursdays. A
high school team will typically play about 12
matches a season.
"Six girls will make up travel team," Cimino
said. "The low four scores are used in scoring
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Feeling old? The class of 2010 attends a pep rally last week at Durant High School.


Freshmen Get The Grand Treatment


SCHOOL ADDS PEP TO THE MIX
BY LINDA CHION KENNEY
lchion@mediageneral.com
Seniors are ready for school to begin so
it can end and they can move on.
Freshmen are anxious about starting
high school, the final stop in their journey
through primary and. secondary
education.
At Durant High School last week, the
two groups were brought together to kick
off the new school year with a four-day
orientation, culminating with a pep rally
in the school gymnasium Thursday
hosted by upper classmen in student
government.
"We're just ready to get out of school
and go off to college," said Durant senior
Amber Russ, making the most of her
school spirit dressed head to toe in school
colors for the pep rally. Members of the
drum line, practicing last week with
Durant's award-winning marching band,
added the "'oomph" to the day's festivi-
ties.
The aim of last week's "Sneak Peek"
was "to familiarize freshmen with study
and time-management skills and to
answer their academic questions," said
Claire Mawhinney, assistant principal for
curriculum. "We wanted to make them
more comfortable with the school itself
and to build some school spirit ahead of
time."
Durant is not alone.
Hillsborough high schools have been
taking advantage of a federal program
that gives them resources to invite incom-
ing honors students on campus for a
closer look at academic and extracurricu-
lar offerings.
"The program that Durant held last
week is similar to what we did out here,
only they ended it with a pep rally," said
Preston Stewart, assistant principal for
student affairs at Brandon High School.
The pep rally, he added, was a great idea
and one he hopes his school will repli-
cate.
"It's a great way to end a week of intro-
duction to the school and it's a great way
to get students excited about their fresh-
man year," Stewart said. "You're not cele-
brating the football team or the volleyball


team and their upcoming seasons. You're
celebrating the ninth-graders and letting
them know they'll be a part of the school's
traditions now and forever. And when
they do attend their first schoolwide pep
rally, their excitement will build."
While the program last week was
focused on high-achieving students,
many schools also offer a special orienta-
tion for the entire freshman class. At
Brandon, for example, freshmen are
invited Aug. 1 to an orientation from 8 to
11 a.m. There, James Evans of Tampa
Hope Academy will give a motivational
message and students will go on a scav-
enger hunt designed to get them accli-
mated to the school's layout. They'll also
receive their schedules and visit their
classrooms.
"Basically, our main concern is that the
freshmen coming in are not used to high
school, and we want to make sure they
feel comfortable when Aug. 3 (the first
day of school) comes around, so there's
less of a chance they'll feel out of place,"
Stewart said.
Juniors and seniors eligible for the
National Honor Society and working
toward their full Florida Bright Futures
Scholarship, which requires 75 hours of
community service, help run the pro-
gram. They also work with younger stu-
dents throughout the year.
"We've identified about 89 low-achiev-
ing students in reading that these same
upperclassmen will basically act as their
academic mentors throughout the year,"
Stewart said. "They'll meet once a week
and try to help them with their academic
performance."
Stewart said community service is
becoming increasingly important in
today's increasingly competitive college-
admissions process.
"You've got to show colleges you can
multitask," he said. "You need to be able
to maintain high grades but also contrib-
ute back to the community, whether it's
through community or school involve-
ment."
At Durant, social studies teacher and
student government adviser Vinny D'A-
cunto said 300 invitations for last week's
four-day orientation were sent to incom-
ing freshmen who took honors classes in
middle school. Some 88 students showed


up, which school officials called an
impressive return.
"Before this year, about eight schools
had this program, and they were Title I
schools (serving high proportions of low-
income students)," D'Acunto said. "They
did such a good job the school board said
they wanted to do this at every high
school and this is the first year every high
school is doing it."
Mawhinney looked on as the pep rally
got underway.
"Usually at the first pep rally freshmen
are not that into it; they don't know what
to expect," she said. "Here, we're creating
that core group of freshmen kids who can.
help pull everyone into a sense of school
spirit."


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Seniors, from left, Dani Rivera of Lithia
and Amber Russ of Plant City get in some
early school spirit at Durant last week.


.JULY 27, 20064 THE COURIER 3


POLICE LOG

The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department July
10-16:

July 10
Drug investigation, 1200
block of Townsgate Court
Criminal mischief, 1800
block of James L. Redman
Parkway
Drug investigation,, 1200
block of West Reynolds and
Walker streets
Vehicle burglary, 2100
block of Henderson Way
Vehicle burglary, 2100
block of East Cherry Street
Drug investigation, South
Alexander Street and West
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Boulevard
Battery, 2100 block of
North Gordon Street

July 11
Vehicle burglary, 3100
block of State Road 574
Aggravated assault, U.S.
Highway 92 and Whitelaw
Road
Commercial burglary, 2500
block of Thonotosassa Road
Battery/theft, 2300 of block
Alexander Street

July 12
Drug investigation, 1500
block of North Wheeler
Street
Grand theft, 100 block of
West Alexander Street
Residence burglary, 0-100
block of E Street
Drug Investigation, 800
block of West Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Forgery, 1800 block of
James L. Redman Parkway

July 13
Drug investigation, 1400
block of East Louisiana Street
Residence burglary, 1100
block of West Bates Street
Burglary structure, 2600
block of James L. Redman
Parkway

July 14
Criminal mischief, 0-100
block 6f John Martin Street
Criminal mischief, 2500
block of Walden Wood Drive
Stolen vehicle, 1300 block
of Spanish Oak Lane

July 15
Drug investigation, .Park
Street and Corporate Center
Lane
Assault, 1800 block of
Barnes Street
Aggravated battery, West
Garden and Wheeler streets
Battery, 700 block of West
Cherry Street
Criminal mischief, 100
block of North Walker Street
Vehicle burglary, 1200
block of West Reynolds
Street
Residence burglary, 100
block of West Carey Street
Drug investigation, 300
block of Park Spring Circle

July 16
Drug investigation, 300
block of South Frontage
Road
Vehicle burglary, 1500
block of East Church Street
Criminal mischief, 1500
block of East Ohio Street
Sexual battery, 1400 block
of Plantation Circle.
Battery, 1200 block of West
Ball Street
Vehicle burglary, 2600
block of James L. Redman
Parkway





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September 25
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labor and delivery. It covers emotional
issues, relaxation and breathing
exercises, and feeding and caring for
your new baby. The sixth class
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Classes are held once a week on
Tuesday. Must register to attend.
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August'21 September 25
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the tournament."
"Back in the day, when I
was in high school, I was a girls
team of one," Cimino said. "I
competed in every tournament
as an individual. But being the
only girl player we couldn't
compete as a team."
Cimino qualified for the Flor-
ida high school state champion-
ship from 1982-85. She won the
girls Western Conference and
district tournaments each year
to qualify for state. She finished
in the top 10 as a junior year.
Cimino's former coach at
PCHS, Pete Weronik, still
teaches there.
"Good coaches actively pur-
sue scholarship opportunities
for their athletes," Cimino said.
"The team numbers are impor-
tant. But each player should be
actively endorsed by the coach
and the school to maximize the
chances of gaining an athletic
and scholastic scholarship.
When the student knows that
the coach is making all the right
contacts to get them in college,
then they can concentrate-on
team play."
Weronik did just that for
Cimino when she received a
golf scholarship to attend
Auburn University in Alabama.
"That was unheard of,"
Cimino said. "I went from a one-
player high school program to a
Southeastern Conference cham-
pionship team (in 1989). Coach
Weronik was one of my best sup-
porters. He was a great leader, on
and off the course. That's what I
try to be to my players."
After graduating from Auburn
with a degree in criminology,
Cimino turned professional.
She played for four years on the
Futures Tour, an LPGA-spon-
sored tour that still places aspir-
ing female professional golfers
in tournaments around the
country. Plant City-area spon-
sors helped cover her traveling
expenses; about $50,000 a year.
"Not every athlete is going to
turn pro," Cimino said. "But
there are many things to gain by
competing with. players from
this area and around the state.
Golf builds character and
personal responsibility. It
teaches mental and physical
self-control. Whether a student-
athlete becomes a professional
in sport, a businessperson, a
homemaker or a teacher is
irrelevant."
Cimino suffered some seri-
ous back injuries in a traffic
accident in 1995. Her comeback
was sidetracked by the death of
her mother.
In 2001, Cimino took a job at
Union High School, near New
Castle, Pa. She was the first
woman in the state to coach a
high school boys golf team. She
also taught autistic children at a
county facility while she was in
the area.
"Union was a small school,
very conventional," she said.
"There were some nonbelievers
in the program at first, but even-
tually they all started to come
around. I put the golf team in
uniform slacks and shirts. I
taught them that they could
look sharp and develop an edge
against other teams before they
even got on the golf course. And
we competed quite well while I
was there."
A couple of hard winters con-
vinced Cimino she longed for
Florida weather again. She
returned to Plant City and took
a job in 2003 at PCHS as a
teacher of Spanish I and II, and
as the girls new golf coach.
"If working hard on the right
things can make a team
successful," Cimnino mused,
"then we should be a very
successful golf team this year."








TODAY
Glorioso plans town hall meeting
State Rep. Rich Glorioso, R-Plant City,
plans a town hall meeting July 27 at 6 p.m.
at the Farm Bureau, 100 S. Mulrennan
Road. Call: 757-9110.

ASA Southern Nationals
The American Softball Association
Southern National Softball Tournament
10-and-under and 14-and-under girls is set
for July 28-30 at the Randy L. Larson Four-
Plex, 1810 E. Park Road. Opening ceremo-
nies begin July 27 at 7 p.m. with games
starting July 28 at 9 a.m. Information: Carl-
ton Benton, 659-4255, Ext. 4304, or e-mail
cbenton@plantcitygov.com.

FRIDAY
New choir takes stage
The West Plant City Boys & Girls Club's
new choir will perform July 28 at 7 p.m. at
Greater Hope Anointed Ministries, 709 N.
Park Road.
Call: 707-8490.

SATURDAY
Fall baseball signups
Plant City USSSA Fall Baseball will hold a
fall sign up at Mike Sansone Park July 29
and Aug. 5 from 9 a.m. to noon. Registra-
tion fee, $55. League play will start at the
end of August. The league is open to young-
sters ages 4 to 14 who live in surrounding
areas, not just Plant City.
Call: 892-3317.

Yard sales
+ A yard sale is planned July 29 from 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. at 607 Sandalwood Drive to
benefit St. Peter's Episcopal Church
playground. Call: 763-3668.
Craft items, among other things, will be
on sale July 29 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 2213
Lanier Road.
Call: 389-9709.

Ham and Yam dinner
The Plant City Order of the Eastern Star
plan the group's annual Ham and Yam
dinner July 29 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the
Masonic Lodge, 100 Acacia St. Dinners are
$7 for adults, $4 for children.
Call: 685-3130.

MONDAY
Breastfeeding program
South Florida Baptist Hospital's Family
Childbirth Center will offer a breastfeeding
education program July 31 from 7 to 9 p.m.
in the administration conference room.
Learn basics and tips for success. Registra-
tion: 754-4444.

TUESDAY
New Teacher Coffee
The Plant City Chamber of Commerce
will present the 2006 New Teacher Coffee
Aug. 1 at 7:30 a.m. in the Exhibition Hall on
the Florida Strawberry Festival grounds.
Call: 754-3707.

Christian Women's Club
The Plant City Christian Women's Club
plans a Gift of Freedom luncheon Aug. 1 at
11:30 a.m. at Walden Lake Golf & Country
Club on Clubhouse Drive.
The cost is $13. Speaker will be Martha
Goodsell.
Reservations and complimentary
nursery: Carol, 759-1708; or Diane, 659-
3487, by July 27.

Marshall plans open house
The faculty and staff at Marshall Middle
School, 18 S. Maryland Ave., will host an
open house for students entering the sev-
enth and eighth grades Aug. 1 from 3 to 6
p.m. Open house for sixth-grade students is
set for Aug. 2 from 3 to 6 p.m.
Call: 757-9360.

WEDNESDAY
Back to school event
Eastside Baptist Church, 1318 E. Calhoun
St., plans its Back to School Bash for chil-
dren and youth Aug. 2 from 6 to 8 p.m.
There will be snacks, games and free school
supplies. Call: 754-2681.


See CALENDAR, Page 18


'Around


Picks of the Week


Photos courtesy of East Thonotosassa Baptist Church

Gospel sing
East Thonotosassa Baptist Church, Mcintosh and Knights Griffin roads, plans a free
gospel sing with the Centurions, above, and Chapter III July 30 at 6 p.m. Refresh-
ments will be served at the end of the concert. Call: 986-4346.


/ ,,


Plant City High open house
Plant City High School plans a ninth-grade open house and orientation Aug. 1. All
ninth-graders are invited to an orientation meeting at 5 p.m. in the PCHS audito-
rium. The open house will follow. Students will receive their schedules and have an
opportunity to report to their assigned classes. Students and parents also will be
able to purchase yearbooks, PCHS shirts and merchandise, and join the PTSA and
athletic booster club. Upperclassmen also are invited to pick up their schedules
Aug. 1 between 2:30 and 4 p.m. Any student who is interested in participating in any
sports program at PCHS for the 2006-07 school year is invited to attend an informa-
tional athletic meeting directly following the open house at 7 p.m. in the gymna-
sium. Call: 757-9370.


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SLUB CLIPS
VFW Post 4590
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 4590 meets every first
and third Thursday of the
month at 7 p.m. at 3709 E.
U.S. 92. Call: 754-7880.

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

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

Network Professionals
Network Professionals of
Plant City Inc. meets Thurs-
days from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Thursday at at Chicano's, 110
E. Reynolds St.
Call: Michael Gottesman:
754-3183.

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, 2011
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.





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Hollywood

liberals need

to put up or

shut up

How often have we seen Hol-
lywood liberals, as well as liber-
als from the music industry,
show up in a disaster-stricken
area or political controversy,
walk around for a day, do a
photo op, run their uneducated
mouth about situations that
they have no experience in
dealing with, and finish their
clueless rant by blaming Presi-
dent Bush?
What these self-serving
morons don't understand is
that the responsibility of run-
ning a nation involves a 365-
day-a-year commitment, 24
hours a day. It's somewhat
more involved than showing up
at your lot trailer, putting on
your costume and pretending
to be someone else. "


So for all you big-talking lib-
erals, give up your grossly over-
paid occupations, open your
mansion doors to the under-
privileged and the disenfran-
chised that you constantly
whine about, roll up your
sleeves, open your bank
accounts and move to these
areas and actually do some
work as opposed to running
your mouth for the camera. Put
up or shut up, please!
Gary Keeler
Plant City


Commission:

don't repeat

this folly

I was disappointed to see
that the city commission
recently voted 4-1 to approve a
"small scale amendment that
would lead to a possible
,rezoning of 6.8 acres planned
for town homes from industrial
to residential-6" The Courier


June 29 "Proposed Develop-
ment Depends On 20-foot
Wall."
As a Plant City resident
whose property butts against
an industrial zoned piece of -
property, I know firsthand the
problems that arise from this
type of situation. M+N Plastic
should be concerned about the
noise their business creates.
Industrial zoned property is
allowed a 75-decibel noise limit
at all times. Residential
property is allowed a 60-
decibel noise limit from 7 a.m.
to 10 p.m. and a 55-decibel
limit from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.
Noise from an industrial zoned
area cannot spill into adjacent
residential areas.
My neighbors and I know
this, as we have had to educate
ourselves not only about city
noise ordinances, but county
noise ordinances, too. When
the city officials wouldn't/
couldn't help us when noise
from the industrial business
was so loud we couldn't hear
our children playing in their


own back yards, and nighttime
noise permeated our homes
causing many sleepless nights,
we found some relief through
efforts made by Hillsborough's
Environmental Protection
Commission to remind the
business of the noise ordi-
nances and that it did have to
comply.
Not so long ago questions to
city officials about how an
industrial zoned area could
occur in a historical neighbor-
hood surrounded by homes
filled with residents young and
old brought about a most
memorable comment- that
ours was a "unique situation,"
one that would not occur
today.
Dear commissioners, I say
shame on you if you allow
another "unique situation"
such as ours to occur. It won't
be fair to the future town home
residents, nor to the business
that will suffer numerous
complaints.
Frances Carlson
Plant City


President Wrong On Stem Cell Veto


O nce a year, on a cold April morning, I wake up
my two children about 5:30 a.m. and with my
wife, Marti, we drive to the Plant City High
School football stadium where we join others in
a fundraising and educational effort sponsored by the


American Cancer Society.

We go because my wife has
suffered from the ravages of
cancer and a myriad of compli-
cations. Thanks to scientific
research, the Moffitt Cancer
Center and generosity of
family, Marti is still going
strong while her cancer lays
dormant.
We go to Plant City's Relay
For Life and walk the track to
raise money so a cure can be
found for this terrible illness.
We go on the walk so people
like my wife and the millions of
others with cancer and other
chronic diseases can have
hope.
A small dose of hope arrived
when Congress recently voted
to expand federal support for
embryonic stem cell research.
Conservative Republicans


JERRY
LOFSTROM



joined liberal Democrats to
make it possible for scientists
to conduct research on stem
cells extracted from frozen
embryos donated by couples
who no longer need them for
fertility treatment.
While there are no guaran-


tees, scientists believe this
research may lead to cures for
diabetes, spinal cord injuries,
Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.
Not to be bettered in the
public relations fight over this
emotional issue, the president
had a photo op at the White
House with a group of children
who had been "adopted" as
embryos; that is, one couple
had given their unused
embryos to another couple.
After this photo op spectacle
the president cast the first veto
of his presidency, saying
legislation easing limits on
federal funding for embryonic
stem cell research "crosses a
moral boundary."
Give me a break!
It became a dark and gloomy
day for many people who could
have been helped by stem cell
enhancement.
I am pro-life, but I disagree
with the president.
It is not these children on the
one hand versus these sickly
adults on the other. It is not, as
he suggests, destroying one life


to help cure another. The
embryos being considered are
either going to be destroyed or
frozen indefinitely. They are
not living beings. They cannot
develop into humans unless
they are in a mother's womb.
Since when does human-life
begin in a petri dish in a
refrigerator?
Bush's veto on stem cell
research has stunted progress
on finding cures for a number
of debilitating and fatal
diseases.
The next time President
Bush wants to celebrate life, he
should invite my wife arid
others with chronic illnesses to
the White House for a cere-
mony to sign rather than veto
- the stem cell bill.
It is- our duty to help our
fellow humans live a better life.
* It is our duty to keep hope
alive.

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Stop Cafe.


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READING BETWEEN THE LINES


Collapsed Shelf Drives Home Deeper Point


Last week my son tried to
get something from the back
top shelf of his closet with
one hand because his other
arm is in a cast. He shifted the
delicate balance of weight
distribution just enough to set
off a chain reaction not
dissimilar to the eruption of
Mount St. Helens in 1980.
The celebrated volcano
dislodged somewhere in
excess of 6 billion tons of
material with a force mea-
sured at nearly 20,000 Hiro-
shimas. Spirit Lake was buried
under more than 300 feet of
debris, ash circled the globe
and mature trees were
flattened at a radius of 17
miles.
The devastation in my son's
room was way more
impressive.
His main shelving system -
stacked to the ceiling with
"stuff' and hung underneath
with about 12 solid feet of
clothing disgorged itself of
its contents. Every last anchor
ripped from the wall so that
large sections of plaster flew
across the room. Probably 200
items of clothing plus every-


thing else that he had stuck in
his closet over the previous 10
years responded to the call of
gravity, applying enough
torque to the bottom of the
sliding doors to permanently
remove them from their
tracks.
The noise was like a freight
train plowing through the
front windows and into the
house. After the walls stopped
shaking and the dust settled
we heard a muffled "Oops"
and clawed our way through
the rubble to inspect the
damage.
There were things in there
he didn't even recognize. I
didn't know one shelf could
hold 27 uninterrupted years
of National Geographic
magazines, and I certainly
didn't realize our son had
stashed old computer moni-
tors on shelving units held in
place by just a few drywall
anchors.
The good news is that we
are now rebuilding the closet
into a practical, usable space
with built-in shelving, a fold-
away desk and a series of
drawers and cupboards.


DEREK
MAUL
Columnist

We're doing things like
driving screws into studs and
actually supporting load-
bearing units.
Additionally, fully 50
percent of the extraneous
"stuff" is going bye-bye. That
builds on a rule we had
already applied to all remod-
eling and replacement
projects in our home. Less is
more. If something new
comes in then at least that
much or more has to go away.
Essentially, we've declared
war against clutter. We know
people who can't even enjoy


their homes because they are
unable to thin down the
excessive accumulations of
the years. People rent storage
units to stash stuff they know
they will never use and then
they fill their houses with
more disorder and confusion.
What is wrong with us? This
column started out telling a
funny story but the more I
think about it, the more
serious I am. When I consider
the wasted resources, the
unnecessary purchases and
the lack of respect for what we
are so blessed to have.
My wife and I are in the
midst of turning the tide. Our
CRM rule (Conservation or
Reduction of Mass) applies to
clothing, shoes, furniture -
you name it. That means the
purchase of anry new item
means one or two go away.
Newspapers can't stay more
than a few days, and maga-
zines should be recycled in a
month. The volume of
furniture in our house is
thankfully declining, and the
same applies to clutter and
clothes.
Here's a great goal, and


maybe it took a collapsing
closet to drive the point
home. Currently, the standard
for charitable contributions is
10 percent we have always
used that as a starting place.
There's no reason in the
world that number shouldn't
increase to 20 percent, and a
great place to begin is the
deep sin of daily waste.
There is so much we can do
to change our world, and they
certainly do say that charity
should begin at home. That
means to make our homes the
kind of places that generate
charity by eliminating
unnecessary accumulation
and wasteful consumption.
We weren't afforded these
blessings so we could rub our
hands together and pile our
stuff to the ceiling. I'd like to
challenge all of us to double
our giving. Plus, I recommend
we shore up our shelving, you
know that stuff's coming
down sooner than later.
Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
him at derekmaul@gmai-
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BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist

Sunshine doesn't come just
from stars.
Crystal Wiggins' brilliance
paid off in May when she won
Miss Sunburst Florida, which
enables her to compete in
Atlanta in the Miss Sunburst
International later this
month.
While Crystal, a former
member of the Florida
Strawberry Festival queen's
court, is thrilled to represent
Florida in the beauty pageant,
she has even more exciting
news.
Next June she and TJ
Romano will be married. TJ, a
graduate of Hillsborough
Community College and
employee of Verizon, had his
best friend film the starry
night proposal.
"He covered my eyes, led
me down a long wooded path
that ended in a romantic
garden filled with lighted
candles and pink and red rose
petals covering the ground,"
Crystal said.
And.yes, he proposed on
bended knee.
Crystal is the daughter of
Kenny and Marci Wiggins of
Plant City. TJ is the son of
Thomas and Linda Romano,
also of Plant City.
Best of luck in Atlanta and
happy engagement Crystal
and TJ. There are some lucky
little tots in Crystal's future, as
she will graduate from the
University of South Florida
with a degree in elementary
education in May, just before
her wedding.

Griswold named
employee of month
Kelly Griswold is a Pennsyl-
vania native, but Plant City is
her home. That makes South
Florida Baptist Hospital very
happy, for this 16-year
veteran nurse loves her job in
the radiology department.
She was recently named the
hospital's July Employee of
the Month.
"Everyone is so friendly and
caring," this single mom and
graduate of Hillsborough
Community College says.
Kelly grew up in a big
family (three brothers and
three sisters) and her favorite
time spent outside the
hospital is with daughter
Madison, age 8, and son
Riece, 6.
Does she have a favorite
get-away? Of course. Like
most of us, she's been in
Florida long enough to have
plenty of sand in her shoes.


Photo courtesy of Marci Wiggins


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Above, TJ Romano and Crystal
Wiggins plan a June wedding.
Kelly Griswold, left, is South
Florida Baptist Hospital's July
Employee of the Month.
Rebecca Trinkle, below, loves
her horses, but they come in a
poor second to her fiance,
Mark Rothman.


Baptist Hospital


Photo courtesy of Marci Wiggins
Crystal Wiggins, Miss Sunburst Florida, will compete for the
national Miss Sunburst title later this month.
The family has fun on Anna
Maria Beach as often as they
can.
Congratulations on your
award Kelly.

Trinkle, Rothman to wed
Robert and Ann Trinlde tell :
me that daughter Rebecca
finally found something she .-
loves more than her horses:
Mark Rothman. In May, she
will marry Mark, the son of
David and Beverly Rothman
of Plant City.
Both are finishing up at the
University of South Florida,
where Rebecca is an account-
ing major and Mark is an
economics major. Congratu-
lations to the happy couple.

Fowlers picks up .
garden award j
Shade from oak trees, color
from croton plants, variety
from fuchsia and ginger, a ,
bird bath and a relaxing
bench all make June and J
Donald Fowler's garden on
Keene Road worthy of the
Plant City Garden Club's June t g
beautification award.
Club president Cassandra
Banning and members Darcy
Stottlemyer, Vicki Devlin, .

See BRIGGS, Page 18


Photo courtesy of Trinkle family

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Photo courtesy Plant City Garden Club


Photo courtesy of Lynne Warren


Above, Donna Gavin-Ashley of
Aunt Donna's Butterfly Garden
pays tribute to our astronauts
on Independence Day by
releasing a butterfly over
Moore's Lake. At left, all
smiles for the Plant City
Garden Club's June beautifica-
tion award are, kneeling, Darcy
Stottlemyer and Vicki Devlin.
Standing, from left, Lynna
Kyle, Kathryn Bowers, June
and Donald Fowler and
Cassandra Banning.


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COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


Crisis Center seeks volunteers
The Crisis Center of Tampa
Bay seeks volunteers to pro-
vide crisis counseling on its
24-hour crisis hot line.
Day, evening and weekend
shifts are available. No experi-
ence is necessary. Training will
be provided. Information: 969-
4991 or www.crisiscenter.com.

Consumer
complaints answered
The Hillsborough County
State Attorney's Office has a
consumer protection agency
in Plant City. Consumers can
schedule appointments to
speak with an investigator
about their complaints on the
second and fourth Friday of
each month.
Agency representatives can
assist in investigating, mediat-
ing and sometimes referring
complaints regarding unfair,
deceptive and criminal acts
and practices by businesses
and individuals posing as a
business. Appointments are at
the Plant City Courthouse,
State Attorney's Office, 302 N.
Michigan Ave., Room 10.
Call: Hillsborough County
Consumer Protection Agency,
903-3430.




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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
Wednesday 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.

Blood pressure checks
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 Society's
Road to Recovery program in
Plant City.
It is a volunteer-based
transportation program that
helps people get to and from
their cancer treatments if they
have no other form of trans-
portation.
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., through-
out 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 flexible
to accommodate the work
schedules of students residing
in the Plant City area.


JULY 27, 2006 THE COURIER 9

The classes take place at
HCC's Plant City campus.
HCC established the pro-
gram to help individuals not
only earn their high school
diploma but transition to col-
lege as well.
Call: 757-2111.

juvenile probation program
Volunteers are needed for
the Department of Juvenile
Justice's program in the areas
of clerical, mentor or case
management assistance.
The office is at 1601 W. Rey-
nolds St., Suite 103.
Call: Sue Sloan or Barbara
Hubert, 757-9171.

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club
seeks used eyeglasses and
hearing aids.
The club collects the items
for distribution to needy
people in Florida and other
nations.
To donate, place the items
in a "Lions Recycle for Sight"
collection bin at the following
locations: the office of Drs.
Humphrey and Maggard,
Strong Optical, 800 Optical,
Wal-Mart Optical, the office of
Dr. Kulyk, Publix, Kash n'
,Karry on Alexander Street and
the Meadows at Country-
wood.


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Calvay Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St., 752-5005
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
689-0343
lailih femph. I. lat Hillsbmrough Polk
fountl line. 52 05 32
Failh ligbmlhmioe:
309 SR 39 ,\ "52-1685
First Plant ci.
(harlie 6rifin kit.
of o' 39 5. -52.3-1il
Fort llnfia. Corner ol iouth lIhm. 39
S aillei Rd. "3"-.11)6
Am vrille R 64. ".f~ w-. .;
flaunt lion:
. 4 al flunmolotaiia Rd., 52-1614
Pleasant mroi e.
lurker (reek Ril., ". 3519
I ulor UiO-iitip ( nteer.
(oan. line Rdi. i.4-089
Sitdne'l: Sidnel Rd. 1 I II n [
1/ Sidneti l rer R. 659 0532

Iink, BAPTIST
I.Mr a: lurkei {.reek Rd.
\ o/'R 60.3- .3'.;9
. IM/fa iBapstl 22241aia (huIm h Rd.

Inlioch. Horton Rd. "".'24 a
Berea. SRJ'9 q. "3"-122
Bethani,. Cork Rd. "52-920
&*/ehe: 6 1 U Renfri) S. '54.2239
Beulah: lien f ounthr line Rd.
lithia. "3- -1122
Bible: ( harl e griffin Rd.
"52-28'5
Buhn'huodd Temple: uEncl d Dr C
SR 5"4. "52 3782
(ah/an- free Sill:
3539 frapnell Rd E.
(edar G6mre: F. Ai trsille Rd.
'3"1234
Central of lt hia.
Pinecrest Ke)srille Rd
bhumrb on the Rock:
301 ..ILsobrok. "52.3"4
(ommunih,' hristian:
1310N\. Shannon .le, '54--538
(rossiuls: SR 39 5. Pinecrest.
3'-.1211
(ountrnside Baptist Churh,.
13322 5rdnet Rd.. 5"'-8210)
Dom er First: V. Gallaghber Rd.
659.0203
bastside: 1.18 F. (alhoun St.
'"5-2681
asilt lhonotosassa: Mclntosh
I. Anighls-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W. Bashington St. "54-6661
First Baptist (bturb ofMliduam:
Mtidu'na. Re "52-'209
First Baptist Ltha:
Intersection of 5 39 &
lithia-Pinemret Rd. -"3'1121
First Plant (i.h:
503 ,N. Palmer. "52-4i0-i
First Thonotosassa issionar,:
dcintosb RdA 986.-'56
Harmony Baptist (Cuhrh:
6008 f. Anigbls griffin Rd. 986-'/65
Hopeneater. 56"-5548
Ilopeiell. 5R39 5. '3"-3053
Knights: Paul Buchmnan liul..
"52-. 9"2


lelmnoi Branch orlk-s Rid.
-52.201d6
lone (hInk: lone Oak Rd. "i5-52"'%
1.mIn l Iloria I reenill-i
harren Joh/inon iti.'54- 39-
tlounn Itoriah Freen ill
2<-42 (olson Rd. "'".1490
Ilount Olire: 604 iH: Ball 51,

leu Hope Fre-ni ill
Baptist (nhuch..
3101 Sidnue Iknter Rd.. Doer
\e- Ill. /ion Freeinill:
.041 [Iln/iels Rd.. "5 -2985
\orthsile:
i'00 \. franklin $/. "522--'9
oaknond- lrporl Rd, "'52.V 99
Plant il Primili e.
509 %. lhers t. "54- 20ol
Pleasant mrotle Finrl:
turkey jreek Rt, j37 2556
,hilol Baplist (hCunih:
905 11 i nra,e Dr., "5.-i4-
Sprinighead. 5. Wiggins Road,

St. Luke Missionary:
108 5 f arnell St. "5-1+992
St. lanri Freen ill:
Huntler & l\amn 51t. "54-6.i53
51. ia.on .issionamr:
1801 5,R. 60.. "3".366
't. Star (nammuniri hunrh.
90" F. Laura St. "if.1616
itduelr 151i0 (re Rd. 659-1502
lurker (peek Iommuiihi
Baplit (hutch
544-" lirkei (reek Rd.
813. )3" 1221
Turker -reek Firsl:
Impnell RIL .52.'W89h1
li,-ne, Ifi,nimart- flaki Rtl
he/tome Baptist: IIt"i'S hIltme
(burrh St. 18131 --- '.22
liestside. 2513 I.U .,ranlield lie.
'52.1i li
Shi/lelursl Rd. 901/ .A lihitehurl Rd.
5e4 54i05

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little I nion-i l510 (oinit Rd 39.
lithia. 6j 44-5+
Sdalemu Pr/inlite
li-02 iSalemt (ihunb Rd.. \-i/net

CATHOLIC
St. (lement: 1104 ,\. lemander St.
"52-.8251

CHURCH OF CHRIST
,\. Itihler Rd:9 58 .\. Wider Rd.
'52-1'1
Cork: (ork Road. "52-1521
Laura S/: 1310) laura 51.
'52-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd. "5i-1485

CHRISTIAN
(D, cple o lCninsit1
First: 2108 Thonotloassa Rd.
'52 5385


CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
(ornerslone brislkin:
,lrcnlosh Rd, N of SR 5"

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
.en Grine: 121i E. laura $1

CHURCH OF GOD
(Clevelani. Tenn i
Cahanr (Communllr:
5209 Smtlh-Rals Rd
Domer: DoIuming St, 659-2900
Plant Cit,: 2103 OMudlake Rd. "52- 4591
tlrkei' Creek: Turlker Creek Rd
at SR60, '3"-1331
Thonotosassa
1"02 N. Taylor Rd, 986-1916

CHIIURCH OF GO
(Anderson Inaianji
Kingswar Hrst: 2808 A/ngsuma ,..
Seffier, 65'--500
Plant (ir,: Grace fellounship
-"3 llsobrook St1. 368190
First: ,. onrdon and Baker St,
"52-6438
Gospel fabermale: AIllen & aines St


EPISCOPAL
V Peter s- 311 \. (tra'i i.
52 5061

FULL GOSPEL
Deltin (hInurh of Plant ('ih-
1112 \. hheler /t..
813 659 2181

HOUNESS
Deli, erance labermcile:
608 li. ,6ranlt 5
Refuge (hun/h of Our lord:
-"2 I. Ball 1t.

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle-
2311 $ammnonds Rd. "il-38,3
Restourtion 4isenieblr:
106 S. i-ern St.
Evangelists forJesus Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
(na/ an (Imapel Plaut (ihi:
1311 \orlh bhannon.h.e.. 892 0510
( histian iron .l I enter:
131) \. ihaunnon. "19-2909
c orenant Bible Chunh:
1401 1. lolin it.. "54-//-33
Deeper life fellou ship:
(Coilla Rd. R of 5R39 \
Revital Outreach (enter.
225 %. DierRd. 60812250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Ainidomi Hail i212 \ Ifar'lamu.lme.
"52..345

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
(uichi o/l/sus (hrist IS5.
M105 .. Paik RI. "52.-6314

LUTHERAN
Hope tI _ll: 211I Park Bild. ~52-4622
lnl toJ lifit II(l:
211 t Itudt lake Rd. '52-6064

NAZARENE
Plant (i (Conunnilty
(huirnh olil the .\aarene
24022 Iullake Road. "52. '63

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
full 6iospel Fellou-sidp.
V. I/klin.l e.
till Gospel labernacwle:
23111 Saminnuis RitL "5-3813

greater lote (Cristian (enter.
1109A. Franklin S1. "59-82"0
Inupatt family iWorship (enter.
,Ifeels at Seffner Flementarn
School. 65"."914
Kainos Internttional
C(hrcb of Florida:
902 1. Renfo St. 64 -0929
fampa Bible fellowship:
10201 E Hillsboroughb.e. 5+26'-"4
Init (hlrist IChurch:
1911 \. Gordon 51, 659-2621
oumnian's Praise and worship Center:
1.5. 92 1

ORTHODOX
Holr Promection Orthodox C.hurrh:
3820 ,1oores lake Rd. Domer, 659-0123

PENTECOSTAL
Greater Heights family
Worship Center:
3301 (lemons Rd. "'5-')88
Iiling waters foursquare
Chuinh: 602 S. hers .5. "59-0528
New. Hope lorsbip (enter.
803 .' Mahoney St. '5'-6123

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Doter. Moore's Lake & Holiness
Church Rd. 659-1301
(hurb of the Lii*ig God
1102 7),er St. -'5-5840

PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant Cit':
110" Charlie (Griffn Rd '59-9383.
First Presbyterian Plant (iti:
MH Reynolds St. 752-i211


SANCTIFIED HOUNESS
italk nithb od It .Jhstn:
151/t1 SR '4. Dlner. 65911090

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant (itl: 2203 S5ranubemr Dr
"52-46 9-

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES. INC
% IT ( ing/le / ain tellou s'rp
vliane/litm I 211 Soutih tiggins Rld.
"54 .3224

SOUTHERN METHODIST
l irt: 10.3 fi Johnson iRd.
"5i-591hi

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. 1tark I niled t hurth:
2911 I ithia-Pinneeresl Rd. ihirio.
685 0998

UNITED METHODIST
Cork: +815 1. Wam Illen Rd,
"54-32.13
Dot er first: looire > ke Rd at
Itelhulist (huirh Rd. 659 1I15
First Plant (ilt: jl) '. It ten 51.
"54-3519
6rate: 1801 E. t(henr t. (659-3/8
Sun.sel Heights R iler Dr. "'54--441
Spriinglead. 2305 5parkiman Rd.
-52'-i-5/
St. luke: 8091E laura t1. "5"-.il51
Thnmwosa.a: fort Aing Iin u at
lislletoe Dr.. 98.6"135
frinit Plant (it:
41/2 U. englishh St. "529316

WORD OF FAITH
Faith outreach (/hurrh of Plant (ih
I(( Plant ( it nmpu s
John R feinkle BuildinL
1206 northh Park Rd., 59 92"3




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402 Enilt,h Si .
Plant COn

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BAPTIST

CHURCH
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services -
10:15 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. -
Tuesday 6:30pm
Women's Scrapbooking Club
Wednesday Worship 6:15 p.m.
Activities for Children
8 Students: 6:00 p.m
905 W. Terrace Dr. i.n eii ie.n.u., H,
752-8345


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pm English. 6:30pmr Spanish
al
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
li .- 4 1 L'.:,,, r
Sunday Masses
rr,. & 1 :-' -ii.arn Er, li.- .t
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St. .
Plant City. FL 33563
1Oh 4.I, ':' .. :,Ejihl
1i 3i752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


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Church of
Plant City
303 N E; -,,l7Ir5Teet -
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BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road. Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 10 00 AM
Morning Worship 11.00 A.M.
Evening Worship 6.00 P.M.
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
7 00 RM
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor


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DEATH Plant City died July 10.
LE ITIJ He was born in Hahira, Ga.,
and was a longtime resident of
Hoffa Plant City.
Hoffa He was a U.S. Army veteran
Flora L. Hoffa, 89, of Plant of World War II.
City died June 24. He is survived by his wife,
She was born in Marshall Lena; a son, David of Dover;
County, Ky., was a homemaker three daughters, Martha
and a Baptist. Granger of Plant City, Linda
She is survived by a daughter, Fredericks of Dover and Caro-
Sharon Giglio of Plant City; lyn Salvaggio of Seffner; two
three sisters, Juanita Lents May brothers, Larry of Valdosta,
of Brandon, Ruby Lents Griffin Ga., and Harry of Columbus,
of Dover and Willa Dean Lents Ga.; three sisters, Rose Ogle-
Thompson of Valrico; two sis- pree, Dorothy Neham of Val-
ters-in-law, Louise Mills Lents dosta and Edna Mae Royster
of Seffner and Mary F. Beatty of Plant City; seven grandchil-
Lents of Orlando; and a grand- dren; and six great-grandchil-
son. dren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Hopewell Funeral Home.
Home.
Kemper
Lehman Howard M. Kemper, 78, of
Wiley T. Lehman, 91, of Plant City died July 10.

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He was born in Baltimore,
Md., and served in the U.S.
Army's 82nd Airborne Divi-
sion and the Merchant
Marine.
He was an engineer for Arco
for'21 years and was a Mason,
and member of the Shriners,
Order of the Cooties, VFW
Post 4590 and the Moose
Lodge.
He is survived by his wife,
Una; three sons, Kenneth
Hogue, Steve Hogue and Mark
Aguilar; a niece, Kim of Long
Island; and four grandchil-.
dren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Beaty
Ross Beaty, 66, of Plant City
died July 11.
He was born in Morgan
County, Tenn., and moved


from Dayton, Ohio, to Plant
City 32 years ago.
He was a heavy equipment
operator.
He is survived by a daughter,
Monique of Lakeland; three
brothers, Jones of Corpus
Christie, Texas, Chris of Chat-
tanooga, Tenn., and Floyd of
Mesquite, Texas two sisters,
Jeana Barfield of Plant City
and Minnie Hilterbrand of
Austin, Texas.
Haught Funeral Home.

Hertel
Louis C. "Silver Fox" Hertel,
78, of Lakeland died July 12.
He was born in Niederstau-
fenbach, Germany, and was a
U.S. Army veteran of the
Korean War.
He moved to Lakeland from
North Belmore, Long Island,
N.Y., in 1959.


He was the owner of Big E.
Economy Auto Supply in Plant
City and was a member of St.
Joseph Catholic Church in
Lakeland.
He is survived by his wife,
Marilyn; two sons, Richard C.
and Christopher G., both of
Lakeland; a daughter, Beth
Ann Evans of Lakeland; a
brother, Frederick of Long
Island; a sister, Rose Clifford
of Youngsville, N.Y.; and three
grandchildren.
Heath Funeral Chapel,
Lakeland.
Miller
Paul M. Miller, 82, of Lithia
died July 12.
He was born in Cairo, Ga.,
and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
See DEATHS, Page 18


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12 THE COURIER + JULY 27, 2006


IN THE SPIRIT


The Rev. James Brady of
East Thonotosassa Baptist
Church is a quiet man with a
strong sense of purpose.
"I'm just a guy trying to do
what God wants me to do for
the period of time that God
wants me to do it," he said.
Pastors at East Thonotosassa
Baptist Church have been
serving Antioch since 1854,
and Brady fits comfortably
with the tradition.

Q: Where were you raised?
A: I was born in 1951 and
was raised in Brandon. My
father farmed on Woodberry
Road and he ran a ranch for
another family. There was
plenty of room to play. I
graduated Brandon High
School 1969. The only disrup-
tion then was the football
rivalry between Brandon and
Turkey Creek.

Q: When did God call you?
A: I grew up. in First Baptist
Brandon then Six Mile Creek
Baptist. There were early
urgings but I never
responded. Through my years
I got away from the church. I
worked as a manager at the
old Plant City Wal-Mart then
in the early '90s but God
impressed himself on me and


I needed to heed the call. God
humbled me, and it's been
great.

Q: Was your family on
board?
A: My wife Diane Johnson
of Tampa- was certainly very
supportive. We were attend-
ing this church when I
accepted the call. The church
ordained and licensed me in
1992 and the following year
called me as associate for
education and administra-
tion. I had no inclination to
be senior pastor but then I
sensed God was going to call
me. I think it was about 1996.
It's unusual for pastors to
answer the call from their
own church. It wouldn't have
worked had it not been a God
thing.

Q: You have a family?
A: Diane and I have three
girls. Becky (26), Christy (23)
and Lisa (21). Two educators
and a nursing student.

Q: Describe this church?
A: It is a dynamic church.
It's foundationally strong,
community based with good,
loving people. It's the greatest
thing that'. ever happened in
my life. It's a challenge, but
you want it to be. Th1i-l chuirlch


is more about reaching
families.
Q: Define the need?
A: We once had families
that were connected. But the
demographics here are
changing. There's a sense of
urgency to do everything we
can to salvage the family. We
want everyone to come to
know Christ, but beyond that
to rebuild and reshape
homes.
Q: What makes you proud
of your wife?
A: She's a first-class mom, a
great individual, a great help
to me and an absolute partner
in the ministry. She can read
people. She's a keen reader of
individuals. She can keep me
on track, she's a good check
and balance to me.

Q: Is family mealtime
important?
A: It's so crucial to share
that time together, but it's
unusual to find that today.
We've allowed it to happen, I
don't think it has to happen.

Q: How can we strengthen
the family?
A: Absolutely foremost is to
spend time together. Second
is spiritual influence in the


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home, to be involved in a
local Christ-centered church.
Being together and building
spiritual lives.

Q: What makes a strong
marriage?
A: Honesty, integrity and a
marriage that is founded on
the principles of God's word.

Q: What do you do for fun?
A. I have developed a recent
interest in old tractors. I'm
the youngest of nine, and one
of the greatest memories I
have is being with my dad on
the tractor. I've collected
some toy tractors but one day
I'd like to get a big one.

Q: What is God teaching you?


A: That people are hurting
today more than ever before
and the time is short for us to
help them and I need to do as
much of that as humanly
possible.

Q: Who is your faith hero?
A: I think so often of Job
and how he had strength and
wisdom and commitment.

Q: Share a meaningful
scripture?-
A: "I can do all things
through him who strengthens
me.-" (Philippians 4:13). I
don't have a "Life verse." I
want God to impact me
freshly all the time. Then I
See SPIRIT, Page 18


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OFFERINGS

'Gospel Express' at
Lord of Life
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road,
will offer a "Bible adventure"
Aug. 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Young "rail riders" will ride
the "Gospel Express," singing
songs and listening to stories.
Each attendee will receive a T-
shirt. Any child between kin-
dergarten through fifth grade
is eligible to attend at no cost.
Register before Aug. 12 by call-
ing the church office at 752-
6064 weekdays between the
hours of 1 and 5 p.m.

Spiritual Leadership
Conference
A Spiritual Leadership Con-
ference sponsored by Shiloh
Baptist Association and Some-
body Cares Plant City is sched-
uled for Oct. 13 and 14.
Conference schedule:
Oct. 13: Friday morning
breakfast for the business
community from 7:30 to 8:45
a.m. at the Ramada Inn;
Friday afternoon session from
2 to 5 p.m. at First Baptist
Church for pastors and staff;
and Friday evening confer-
ence from 7 to 9 p.m. at First
Baptist Church featuring
special music.
*Oct. 14: Saturday morning
conference from 9 a.m. to
noon; Saturday afternoon
conference from 1 to 3 p.m.
Call: 752-6740 or 752-4671.

Faith Family Outreach Church
Faith Family Outreach
Church of Plant City, a multi-
cultural word-based faith


ministry, offers worship serv-
ices on Sundays at 10 a.m. at
the John R. Trinkle Center at
Hillsborough Community
College, 1206 North Park
Road
Information: 759-9273 or
www.ffocpc.com.

First Baptist offerings
The following events will be
offered by First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Mondays at 7
a.m. at BuddyFreddys.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Tuesdays at 7
a.m. at Fred's Market Restau-
rant.
Free classes for those who
have gone through a divorce
or are facing Sundays from 5
to 6:15 p.m.
Call: 750-4878.

Christian preschool
accepting 1-year-olds
Private Christian Preschool
recently extended its age limit
for students to 1-year-olds.
The school offers a Chris-
tian preschool program for
children ages 1 to 4 at First
Presbyterian Learning Center,
404 W. Reynolds St.
Call: 752-6874.

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


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

Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational
Divine Family Worship Center
offers services Sundays at 11:15
a.m. at the Comfort Inn, 2003 S.
Frontage Road. Call: 643-8989.

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

METS Ministries
METS Ministries, 1102 E.
Laura St., offers restoration
and healing services the first
and third Sunday of every
month at 6:30 p.m.
Each service will feature a dif-
ferent speaker. Call: Edith Lang-
ston, 759-0607, or 754-1096.

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

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


p.m. Call: 754-3834.

Church basketball games
Cedar Grove Baptist Church,
8201 Cedar Grove Church Road,
welcomes sixth- through 12th-
graders in the Keysville area to
play basketball Tuesdays from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Hot dogs and
drinks will be provided.
Call: Alan Hawkins, 833-5794,
or Keith Carney Sr., 737-3357.

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119 N.
Gordon St., offers adult Sunday
school at 10 a.m. followed by
the 11 a.m. service and youth
Sunday school. Ongoing classes
are offered Wednesday morn-
ings and Thursday evenings.
Also, a potluck dinner is offered
the first Sunday of every month
after the service.
Call: 659-2624.

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

Bible study at Trinity United
Trinity United Methodist,
402 W. English St., offers a
weekly Bible study course


every Wednesday morning at
9:30.
Call: 752-9316.

First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church of
Plant City, 404W. Reynolds St.,
holds Sunday school from 9 to
10 a.m. Sunday morning with a
worship service from 10:15 to
11:15 a.m. Communion is cele-
brated the first Sunday of each
month.
Call: 752-4211.

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

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

Learning Center
enrolling students
Evangelical Presbyterian
Church Learning Center is now
enrolling students for fall 2006.
EPC Learning Center, 1107
Charlie Griffin Road, offers a
state-subsidized pre-kinder-
garten program and a
traditional preschool program.
Both programs are half day
and begin Aug. 3. All classes
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NEWS DIGEST
School immunizations
available
The Hillsborough County
school district is reminding
parents that kindergarten
through 12th-graders entering
school for the first time must
present a record of physical
examination completed within
the past 12 months, as well as
immunization records.
For students entering kin-
dergarten, first, second, third
and fourth grades, the immuni-
zation record must show that
the child has met the following
requirements: 5 DPT (diphthe-
ria, pertussis, tetanus), 4 polio
(IPV, OPV), 2 MMR (measles,
mumps, rubella), Hepatitis B
series (HBV), 1 chickenpox
(varicella) vaccine or have had
the disease.
For students entering fifth
and sixth grades, the immuni-
zation record must show that
the student has met the follow-
ing requirements: 5 DPT (diph-
theria, pertussis, tetanus), 4
polio (IPV, OPV) 2 MMR (mea-
sles, mumps, rubella) and
Hepatitis B series (HBV), given
over a six-month period.
Students entering fifth grade
must also show proof of having
chickenpox or a record that
they have received the varicella
immunization.
For students entering sev-
enth through 12th grades, the
record must show that the stu-
dent has met the following
requirements: 5 DPT (diphthe-
ria, pertussis, tetanus), 4 Polio
(IPV, OPV), 2 MMR (measles,
mumps, rubella), Hepatitis B
series (HBV), given over a six-
month period and 1 TD booster
(tetanus, diphtheria).
Although not mandated by
the state, the American Aca-
demy of Pediatrics is encourag-
ing a pertussis booster for
students and adults requiring a
tetanus immunization.
Also, meningococcal immu-
nizations are encouraged for
students entering college.
To retrieve their children's
immunization records or to
receive the required inocula-
tions, parents should contact
their personal physician or the
Hillsborough County Health
Department. Immunizations
are provided free at the health
department for children who
do not have a physician.
The nearest county clinic is
the Plant City Clinic at Michigan
Avenue and Baker Street. Call:
307-8057.
Money management series
The Hillsborough County
Cooperative Extension is plan-
ning a three-part personal
money management class
series.
"Manage Your Money: Build
Your Wealth" will cover topics
such as developing a financial
plan, wise use of credit, build-
ing credit scores, debt manage-
ment, and saving for the future.
The classes will be Aug. 15,
Aug. 22 and Aug. 29 from 6 to 8
p.m. at the Hillsborough
County Extension Office in
Seffner, 5339 County Road 579.
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and covers all three classes.
Participants must commit to
attending all three classes. The
registration deadline is Aug. 8.
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tion form at the Hillsborough
County Extension Family &
Consumer Sciences Web site
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Use it or lose it was the byword for
those on the city commission favoring
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able to renovate the weather-worn
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"There might be some unanswered
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ber 2002.
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GOVERNMENT
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and repairs needed on the roof, walls, flooring,
wiring and electrical services, as well as archi-
tectural drawings and construction docu-
ments.
On July 13 a single bid was received by the
city for the project. Heart Construction will be
paid $341,220 to satisfy the requirements of the
renovation as required by the city.
The more than 80-year-old, two-story frame
building had been a residential dwelling until
last year, following the purchase of the property
by the Improvement League of Plant City. Jim
Washington, a relative of the original owners,
lived there but sold the property to the league
in order to have it listed on the National Regis-
ter. Once the renovation is completed Wash-


ington will be allowed to live in the building, as
caretaker, until his death.
The building will house a museum of black
artifacts, memorabilia and historic records
from the Plant City. Supporters plan to make
the house a centerpiece of culture in the Laura
Street Restoration District.
"Funding of $120,000 is available under the
Community Development Block Grant.
Another $50,000 is available under the State
Historic Preservation Grant Program, and
$180,000 has been appropriated in the State
Historic Preservation Program for 2006-07,"
said City Manager David Sollenberger. "Fund-
ing under the grant programs has no impact on
the city's general operating funds. But they are
a vital asset used by the city and its efforts to
revitalize this historic resource located in the
redevelopment area."


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DEATHS
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of World War II and a paint
operator for Amax Chemical.
He is survived by his wife,
Mildred; three sons, Bill
Morgan of Plant City and
Lamar Morgan and Jonathan
Morgan, both of Lithia; a
brother, William of DeFuniak
Springs; a sister, Dorothy
Wright of Dade City; nine
grandchildren; and four great-
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Smith
Hilton H. Smith, 80, of
3randon died July 13.
He was born in Wheeler
county Ga., and from Georgia
i here in 1931.
He was a supervisor for GTE
ind a Baptist.
He is survived by a daughter,
trances L. Brown of Missis-
sippi; three brothers, Earl and
lob, both of Plant City, and
::arlen of Georgia; two sisters,
.ssie Smith an.i .Martha Wat-

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kins, both of Plant City; a
granddaughter; and two
grandsons.
Haught Funeral Home.

Rose
Russell W. Rose, 74, of Plant
City died July 13.
He was born in Elmira, N.Y.,
and was a retired manager for
Metropolitan Life Insurance.
He attended the Chapel in
the Meadows.
He is survived by his wife,
Phyllis; a daughter, the Rev.
Jackie Kraft of New York; a
brother, Robert B.; a sister,
Mary Jane Henrich; a grand-
child; and a great-grandchild.
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Home.

Davis
Julia K. Davis, 49, of Plant
City died July 17. *
She was born in St. Peters-
burg and is survived by a
brother, Bobby of Plant City,
and several nieces.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.


the Middle East and it should
not be news to us. We need to
be concerned about it, and we
should grieve over it because
of the tragic loss of human life
but it's part of God's plan and
there'll never be peace until
the "Prince of Peace" comes.
Derek Maul

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Continued From Page 8
Lynna Kyle and Kathryn
Bowers were on hand to
present the award.

Butterfly tribute
to astronauts
There's just something
about a butterfly that makes
you smile. I'm told Rhonda
Stevens, who operates a
butterfly farm on Joe Sanchez
Road, smiled a lot during a
recent talk at the Kiwanis

CALENDAR
Continued From Page 5
PLAN AHEAD
Fun Day
A community youth fun day
is set for Aug. 5 from 10 a.m. to
7 p.m. at Church of God By
Faith, 407 S. Knight St.
There will be games, step
dance show, free school sup-
plies, concessions and more.
Admission is free.
Call: 759-0877.

Plant City Bike Fest
Keeping with the monthly
tradition, bikers and motorcy-
cle fans will gather in down-
town Plant City Aug. 5 from 5
to 9 p.m. to enjoy food and
products from more than 70
vendors and sponsors. Thou-
sands of motorcycles and their
owners will attend this event
on an eight-square-block area
by the Plant City Train Depot,
102 N. Palmer St. Admission is
free.
Information: 754-3707 or
www.plantcity.org.

Softball tournament
Adult softball teams from


Club as she thanked the Lord
for turning her part-time
hobby into a full-time job.
Some of her customers
include Wildseed Farm in
Fredericksburg, Texas,
Sweetbriar Nature Center in
Smithtown, New York, and
the Museum of Science &
Industry in Tampa.
She raises 22 breeds, all
native, and usually sells the
pupa, but will raise them to
be released at weddings.
Donna Gavin-Ashley of
Aunt Donna's Butterfly
Garden calls herself a butter-
fly caretaker for God's little


the Southeast will compete
Aug. 5-6 at the Randy L. Larson
Softball Four-Plex, 1810 E.
Park Road.
Throughout the weekend,
teams will work to qualify for
the American Softball Associa-
tion Eastern National Cham-

pionship. Admission is free;
free parking is available at the
complex.
Information: 659-4200, Ext.
4304, or
www.plantcitygov.com/rec.

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

Gospel sing
A gospel sing featuring the
Harvest Time Singers and the
Spiritual Servants will take
place Aug. 5 at 7 p.m. at
Church of God of Prophesy,
11607 Grovewood in Thonoto-
sassa. There will be fellowship
and refreshments. A free-will


flying flowers.
She released one of her
butterflies on July Fourth over
Moore's Lake in Dover.
"It was to honor the
astronauts and wish them
Godspeed and a successful
mission," she said.

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event you would like to see in
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to gabylee@tampabay.rr.com
or mail or hand deliver to
The Courier, C/O Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St.,
Plant City, FL 33566.


offering will be taken.
Call: Dee Pitts, 752-2778.

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

Mature drivers wanted
An AARP "55 Alive" driver
safety class will be offered
Aug. 17-18 from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. Fee
is $10 per person. Registration
deadline is three days before
class. Registration: 716-1678.

Fishing seminar
A fishing seminar featuring
the latest tips and techniques
from fishing experts will be
offered Aug. 18 from 6:30 to 9
p.m. at Bill Heard Chevrolet,
2002 N. Frontage Road. Fishing
guide Capt. Rachel Nobbe is
scheduled to be in attendance.
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Left, Plant City 9/10 all-star pitcher Rachel Dwyer delivers a pitch in the state semifinal game
against Keystone. Dwyer tossed a no-hitter to give Plant City a shot at a state title. Above, in the
Section 4 playoff game July 16 against Bloomingdale, Dwyer and her infield teammates break
from the pitching circle at the start of an inning. Dwyer held the Bloomingdale squad scoreless
for six innings, then Plant City scored on an aggressive running play to end the game with a 1-0
victory. With Dwyer are first baseman Jordan Bowers, second baseman Avery Brown, shortstop
Kristen Wyckoff and third baseman Brooke Freeman.


Plant City Snags Softball State Championship


9/10 TEAM CAPTURES
TITLE VS. NAPLES
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
In the end, a little bunt by Avery
Brown paved the way to a state title in
Tallahassee.
Brown's two-out bunt in the ninth
inning plated Alex Arnold and the
Plant City 9/10 all-stars beat Naples,
2-1, for the championship.
Kristen Wyckoff was brilliant as the
starting pitcher, only giving up one run
and striking out three Naples batters.
In the opponent's pitching circle was
Taylor Manning. Wyckoff hit Man-
ning's very first pitch of the night for a
single, and would come around to
score on a stolen base, passed ball and
a fielder's choice.
Plant City left the bases loaded in the
inning, and put two on in the second
but could not score. Naples tied the
game and looked to take the lead in the
third, .but shortstop Brooke Freeman
saved the day with a great defensive
play. Naples had two runners on and


one out when Freeman snagged a line
drive and threw to third for a double
play.
By rule, both teams had to use new
pitchers as extra innings began. Free-
man came in and her first eight pitches
were strikes. She did issue a walk, but
got the final out when Wyckoff, who
swapped positions with her at short-
stop, grabbed a line drive and calmly
stepped on second base.
It looked like Plant City would end
the game in the bottom of the seventh.
Alex Arnold reached base on an over-
throw, and was hurt on the play while
colliding with the Naples first base-
man. She had to stay in the game
because she had already once been
lifted for a pinch runner. Wyckoff
grounded to the pitcher and Arnold
was thrown out at home.
Still, Wyckoff advanced to third on
an Avery Brown bunt, but with two
outs Jordan Nugent struck out Free-
man.
Plant City reached the final thanks
mostly to Rachel Dwyer, who threw a
no-hitter in Monday's semifinal for a
4-0 defeat of Keystone.
Last year, Naples won the title game


against Plant City, 7-6, and both teams
were returning most of their key play-
ers. It was clear from the start the two
teams would probably be the last two
standing again.
Both clubs were in the same pool of
four teams, which was reduced to
three when Homestead pulled out of
the tournament. With the top two fin-
ishers in each pool advancing to the
semifinals, Plant City knew that a vic-
tory against Martin County North in its
opener would do the trick.
It was achieved easily, by a 12-2
score, on Friday night. Rachel Dwyer
pitched. Kristen Wyckoff started the
game off with a triple and Avery Brown
knocked her in. Savannah Lawson got
a triple and a run herself in the second
inning.
The fourth inning saw Plant City
send 11 batters to the plate, many scor-
ing on delayed steals and passed balls
as the lead swelled to nine runs.
Saturday turned into a day off thanks
to Homestead's withdrawal, and with
Naples beating Martin County, it was
already set that Plant City and Naples
would be advancing to the semifinals.
It was still a compelling matchup, won


by Naples 2-0.
The Rockets Naples' all-star teams
all go by different nicknames scored
in the first inning on a base-loaded
walk and then Joran Nugent drove
home an insurance run in the fifth.
Brooke Freeman was still outstanding,
striking out 10 Rockets. For Naples,
Taylor Manning pitched the first
inning, Megan Langham the middle
four and Manning returned to the
mound to finish the shutout.
Cheyanne Allen also pitched for
Plant City, striking out two.
That meant Plant City had to play
the winner of the other pool, Keystone,
out of northwest Tampa. Dwyer was
dominant, striking out 11 while hurl-
ing the no-hitter as Plant City won a
rain-shortened contest. The proceed-
ings were delayed twice due to rain,
but the field became flooded and
unsafe for play, so the game was called
in the bottom of the fifth.
It started with Plant City striking out
three times in the first inning, but in
the second Stephanie Taylor got things
going with a hit. Pinch runner Cacey
Simmons stole two bases and then
came home on a passed ball.


SHARP CUTS


Former

Cougar Waits

For Chance
This may be a bit selfish to
say, but I really hoped the
Detroit Tigers' second
baseman Placido Polanco
was hurt when he got hit in
the head on Sunday.
Wait, there's a good
reason.
Former Durant player
Ryan Raburn is thriving in
the Tigers' minor-league
system and waiting
patiently for the next step.
He recently hit a homer in


DAREK
SHARP

the Triple-A all-star game.
Raburn plays for the
Toledo Mud Hens, the top
affiliate of the Tigers. He has
been a regular starter for
each of the past two seasons


in Toledo. The problem is
Detroit happens to be
experiencing an incredible
season and thus won't be
looking to the minors for any
help unless an injury takes
place. Polanco is entrenched
as the Tigers' starter at
second base.
Polanco was plunked by a
pitch from Oakland's
Esteban Loaizia Sunday,
nailed right in the face, and
was quickly removed from
the game.
Here was Raburn's chance
to not only get called up, but
to contribute for a team that
has the best record in the
major leagues. But Polanco
See SHARP, Page 21


10/11 Softball Team Falls


To Palma Ceia In State Final


LOSE 4-3 IN TITLE GAME
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
After losing the opening
game of the state softball tour-
nament, Plant City knew it
was going to have to win four
in a row. Two of those victo-
ries were going to have to
come against Palma Ceia, a
team which was so confident
it would take the crown it had
already checked out of its
hotel before the tourney was
concluded.
While Plant City made the


Palma Ceia squad alter its
lodging plans, in the end the
team from Tampa was one
run better.
In Tuesday's state final,
Palma Ceia/Interbay edged
Plant City, 4-3, for the 10- and
11-year-old Little League soft-
ball crown in Coconut Creek.
It marked the second year in a
row Plant City lost in the
finals.
But before that, Plant City
forced the extra game with a
thrilling 17-11 decision on
Monday.

See RUNNER-UP, Page 21


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"Palma Ceia was so con-
vinced they'd beat us, they
had already checked out," said
Plant City coach Ken Gmytruk.
"It was a hard-fought bal-
Igame."
Palma Ceia's optimism
might have been traced back
to Saturday, when it defeated
Plant City 12-8. Plant City,
which reached the state tour-
nament by winning the Sec-
tion 4 title, led 5-1 going into
the fourth inning but Palma
Ceia plated seven runs in the
frame. It was the first time the
Plant City team had been
behind in the postseason.
The defeat sent Plant City
into the loser's bracket and
another game right away on
Saturday, but Gmytruk was
confident his squad could
handle its next opponent,
Destin, and it did so by a 24-10
score. Plant City used two
pitchers who had never
pitched in an official contest.


SHARP
Continued From Page 20
was able to return to action
in a couple of days (I'm glad
he's OK).
Actually, Raburn has had a
taste of the big leagues, back
in 2004 when he was called
up late in the season by the
then-cruddy Tigers. He
appeared in 12 games, had
four hits, including two
against the Devil Rays, the
team that drafted him out of
Durant in 1999.,Raburn
instead went to college, had


Lindsey Farkas got the start,
and after a five-hour rain delay
she hit a batter and was so
upset she had to be pulled.
In-came Devon Coble to get
out of the inning. Farkas
regrouped and came in to
finish the job and Plant City
won 24-10.
That sent Plant City into a
game Sunday against Cape
Coral, which eliminated Plant
City in last year's state finals.
Revenge came easily as Plant
City won 10-0 this time.
Hannah Boles, who had never
pitched in an all-star game,
faced just 20 batters in five
innings.
"She threw a heck of a ball
game. Her first pitch was a
strike and she never looked
back," Gmytruk said.
Boles was helped by a strong
defensive effort. Ariel Hick-
man .made two spectacular
plays in right field, one a
diving catch. Leann Farkas,
Lindsay's twin sister, led the
offense and, for the tourna-
ment, had three doubles.
The victory put Plant City


a good season at the Univer-
sity of Florida and, in 2001,
the Tigers chose him in the
fifth round.
And speaking of Tigers,
and all-stars, it's almost
absurd that the man keeps
having success at his
advanced age (he's older .
than me even!) but we have
to mention Kenny-Rogers.
All he did a couple of weeks
ago was get the start on the
mound for the American


into the final, but needing two
wins against a yet-unbeaten
Palma Ceia. Monday's contest
gave Morgan Griytruk, the
losing pitcher in the opener, a
chance to get back at Palma
Ceia and things were great at
the start.
Plant City led 7-0, but Palma
Ceia charged back with eight
runs in the fourth inning to
take the lead. Plant City
responded with three in the
bottom of the fourth to to up
10-8, only to have Palma Ceia
get three in the top of the
fifth.
Finally, Plant City took
command with seven runs in
the bottom of the fifth for a 17-
11 lead and a win'. Jordan
Lafave went 4-for-4 and
second baseman Jenna Kirk
had two hits and a couple of
nice plays at second base; Kirk
did not commit an error in the
five games. Kasie Mills added
a great running catch in center
field.
That set up Tuesday's final
meeting. The offense did not
carry over, though, and Plant


League in the all-star game.
It really has become
humdrum to bring up Kenny
having another standout
season. But after the little
incident with a Texas
cameraman and its afteref-
fects, to bounce back and do
what he's done with the
Tigers is really tremendous.
Just imagine if those guys
make the World Series. It
could happen.
So now, when the Devil


City fell behind 3-0 as Palma
Ceia scored once in each of
the first three innings. But in
the top of the fourth, Abby
Galloway led off with a hit fol-
lowed by a single by Kirk, and
Lafave walked to load the
bases.
Hickman and Kaley Reilly
then also walked, both bring-
ing in runs, and Boles'
grounder to second plated the
game-tying run.
Palma Ceia scored the go-
ahead run in the bottom of the
inning and that was all the
scoring. In the sixth, Lafave
was called out at first on a play
that Gmytruk said "even the
Palma Ceia manager admitted
was a bad call."
"Palma Ceia was nervous
every time we came up to the
plate. You could just see that
they knew we could start
crushing the ball at any time,"
Gmytruk said.
In fact, Palma Ceia was so
gracious it made sure to get a
photo taken with all of the
Plant City girls holding the
state championship banner.


Rays are officially eliminated
from playoff contention, I
think we all have a team to
root for. Oh wait, that might
have happened already.
And a baseball event will
make its way back to town
after a successful first year.
The National Club Baseball
Association has announced
the 2007 Spring Training
Showcase will return to Mike
Sansone Park.
Twenty-six college club


JULY 27, 2006 THE COURIER 21

Gmytruk said his team was
overwhelmed with support
from the Plant City commu-
nity, some of it much-needed
financial support.
"A ton of people pitched in
here and there, and we were
able to offset all of the hotel
costs. Without the help, I don't
think all of the parents would
have been able to make the
trip," he said. "And I have to
commend the parents, who
put in so much effort."
He said ServPro owner
James Jurnigan put in a
"substantial" donation. "He is
very involved in the commu-
nity and youth sports. If he
can do it, he will."
Plant City's 10-11 baseball
team competed in the Section
4 tournament over the week-
end at East Bay, losing 4-1 to
New Tampa and then 8-4 to
East Bay. New Tampa edged
East Bay 7-6 to win the final.
The Plant City Major baseball
squad fell to Lutz and Bloo-
mingdale, which went on to
beat Lutz 10-0 in the champi-
onship game.


baseball teams trained
during their spring break
here.
A post-trip survey indi-
cated the teams had an
excellent time in Plant City.
The showcase is expected to
draw 40 club baseball teams
and 15 club softball clubs
next March.
For more information,
such as how to volunteer, go
to www.clubbaseball.org.


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mor. i es. e Hig rik Yeaqer's or,$701u. 1(cuerr$ 500. tEny, Good Cond. $440 FR E Deliver' w/aed
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ENTERTAINMENT center DVD $75. Denon SS Rec. 813-924-1326 Ddrm sets DR & LR SHOWROOOM OPI
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speakers $175.659-3678 possibilities needs customers in search of Carbonized horizontal FREE DIRECTV 4 hogan's w olesale Bombay chest w/mar- Florida Forklift across from Wit ouse
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workng iion150 character. Classified services? Classified System! NO Credit Cardrtel, crystal vase, lots of
both. 8con3-7 on 4-332 is the ky! can. (813) 494-6544 Required! ALL 250+ Furnitureaccessories. New Tam- Call 727-216-0228 866-476-0289 ANYTIME!
th. -754-3325 Months with NFLSun- Clearance 81pa -971-4051 ,U BUSINESS Phone Sys-
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$1.25/ea 2260 DESIGNER LOOKED FOR $400. Antique solid oak Gas 3 Sta e, Side Shift,
SFor Sale B Local THE GUARANTEED armoire $400. (813) Excellent Condition. BUSINESS Phone Sys-
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and Lots of Misc Items Little Bit ofeverything near Keysville intersec- available, weinstall too! 4315 COLUMBUSDR CARE/ INSURANCE PAY Tpa Larry 813-620-1337. tie & Breakfast. Call 1-
863-425-3715 MOVING SALE tion, past Stevens Hard- V813-918-2737. I ((Exercise Equipment) J 14 EXT3, TAMPA NOTHING! CALL 800-749-4045 Ext 101.
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rPLANT City 2105 W. nice things must go. today off our rolls. Treadmill, Proform, since 1974. Parts Svc co r
Granfield Ave 33563 PLANT ity, 3841 Lone Don't miss this one! 520X, 18x50 thread belt. MATTRESS $103 Rentals, NewUsed
3 families. Keyboard, ak Rd Fr & Sat 8am-3 GARAGE DOORS, 40 yrs Like new, 2 yr warranty. Brand name pillowtop LEVITRA/VIAGRA & Diet Sales & Racking. 3221 N. FENCE SALE 6x8 $22.95
Boos,clothes,furniture, mullti family others PLANTCi alden Lak exp. 10% off opener $500 set new in fact plastic Pills Order Online: 40thSt.813-623-5251 Boardon Board.Hurry
birca-ges, lots of misc Toys Baby Items Lots of E. 508 Sandalwood Dr w/purch of door. Sr. 813-651-3494 w/wrntfa can del PricebusterRx.com 1- While supplies last
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aulch n PLANT CITY 4710 Pl GRANITE Countertops Mattress $125 Ddrex, Viagra Levitra from 33'to 82'. FREE DIRECTV 4 Room
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July 29th 9AM-2PM New tWalenL Emer with 1.5" full Bullnose. $10 ueen or Full Matt& t cisOvernightcShip- Channels Free 4 Months
e Walden Lake Emerald $350 813-664-0435 Qu p ilowtop set, new in New in plastic, warr. ping 7 Days Cikwith NFL Sunday Ticket!
portable sewingmacine Forest, multi-family, plastic w/wrnt can canel813-7-9019 Free DVR! Also, Dish
ots of new craf items, PLANT City, 607 Sandal- 7/288:30-p m, 7/29 opportunity is de813-870-0070 del. 813-477-9019 Husekeping, repairs, Network! $29.99! 1-
small furniture, new col- wood Dr. Sat, Ju 29, 8:30-12pm, ikes, mow- knocking in Classified. Mattress $185 King Size $195 installatin andre SHEET metal equipment, 800-574-2260.
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((Miscellaneous For Sale)) ((Miscellaneous Wanted) [ Office Equipment/ (t Sporting Goods ) Stamps / Coins / 1 ( Dogs ) (( Dogs ) (( Horses & Cattle ) (t Driver / Delivery )
GET 8 month protection OLD FISHING LURES & [ Furniture/Supplies Hunting Lease: Thomas Books BRITTANY pups AKC, RAT Terrier Pups UKCIl Reg. QH gelding, 10 yrs WE'RE raising pay for
tion. Astk for the HAPPY Wanted. Free USED Desks from $50.00 deer managed for WE BUY COINS! health certificates, tak- ny Toys-minis $350&up shots.$1500. ers! Home every week-
tion. Askfoe HAPPY Wanted. Free UEDs from 00 ton, GA. Upson, 2500 ac, ing champ Ineg vet with Lovable Rarie corrs Ti- od nice trail horse, all Fonda Regonai onv-
JACK NOVATION appraisals. CASH aid. New Desks from $249.00 yrs. $1270. Call 770-567- Buying, selling, trading! in deposits, ready 7/30 (352) 591-2271 www. 813-610-3479 end! Home during the
tive ndwitha- 8-426-6525888-94 All in stock. Hon Desks & 4386 or 404-432-6633. ver38rs exp. yi $40 813-994-0980 mccartysratterriers.com week! 9Solid weekly
tented release. TSC Chairs from 50-70% OFF. Silver &Gold coins. we miles! 95% no touch!
Stores 813-707-1185. OLD TOYS WANTED!! 635.9255 / 5414 N 56th ST pay to$.813-792-2493 CAIRN Terrier Pups, AKC SIBERIAN WOLFDOG (F) WANTED! Horses, Preplanned freight! $.43
www.e-stitch.com Buying GI Joes, Barbie, Pool Table $1150 or727-455-6196 & CKC. family raised, PUP. Also Blue nies, goats, sheep, Ha- permile HEARTLAND EX-
Star Wars, Lego Video WrtKSTATIOnS 4x8 Pro Seris, all wood, Wheaton/ Brindle. $700. Doberman female, 2.5 mas, cattle & any ani- PRESS (800)441-4953
Games, baseball cards, .1VR slate, leather pockets, Store Fixtures www.mccartysterriers yrs. 813-924-7288 mals except cats or www.heartlandexpress.
GOLD etc. (813)598-8539 (1.62) ... ball & claw feet, worth .corn (352) 591-2271 howling.zoomshare.com dogs. Tack, trailers & com.
1 ounce gold coins for Telemarketing like new. $4K, All new in crate, life & Equip. equip. Top prices paid.
sale. 813-205-4616 or Wanted All Video 305-965-8090 time warranty. Can del & CHIHUAHUAPUPS STANDARD POODLES Good home. Call Cyndi ( general )
813-963-0004 Games & Systems, setup. 813-363-0097 PALLET/BULK RACK, AKC, hith certs, M/F, ti- male & female Champ now 813-649-1126 I J
DVD's & Laptops. Patio & Deck Must sell, clean, ny, teacup, appleheads, bloodline. AKC, shots, A COOL TRAVEL Job.
D el pi 33 8 61cheap!!! U-move, choc, cream, bik & tan, certs DNA M" 300 F: N A COOL h TRAVEL Job.
HP4 000Printer '350 863-868-3177e Supplies Pool Table 14X8 Cwtr, 727-542-1332 $500 & up. 813-601-59 0 $40052-489-9158 tins). Guhirinys/Ga to
Hi or 0 ((musical Instruments Brick& on nt s ,K66,ckets 00%U C e YtKIE PUPPIES -Qualr
17' Monitor $20.00c r J 1st qual. Sales/installs gum rubber rails new Tickets Cal.Debbie.. teacup to0 & regular transportation. ning
NEW DVDRW 55.00 PIANO Best prices. Discounts in box, never used. Cost 813-754-6093size, baby face, M HC shed Cll to
CDDRW 30.00 Beforaerst d. 17514 $3200, sell $1150. Canlo
CDWarehouse Full enh retf shde N. Lut d 1514 20 sell $1150. Can 2 Bucs Season Tkts, Club CHIHUAHUAS, CKC reg., 352-20-0351 ww. Start today. (877)646-
stems & Parts w/bench. great student US 41N. Lutz. 949-1110 deliver. 3, Sect. 206, Row L, Pkg health checked, 2 Very contentedpuppies.com 5050.
813f2 4M4 30 iano. Fu ke board. OCRETE Pa ers, 2nds, 813-924-1326 Pass, Face value. Tr ny Females, 1 Grey 1 YORKIEPUPSItedd EMPLOYMENT BE YOUR OWN BSS
M-F8 0 8-6 C813-508-11842 Br ndle, 1 LHMale. YORKIE PUPS, ,ll teddy EMPLOYMENT BE YOUR OWN BOSS
HURRICANE PANELS/ P@35t2-797933 POOL Table Brunswick Call Lenny 813-610-7610 bears,..doll-face angels, Earn significant income
Shutters (Used) S. Fl PIANO RENTALS @, 352-799-7933 P Talrearuswick BUCS/EAGLES vetn, hIth certs. $800, SERVICES selling theAmerican
Shuers (Used) S. F. WITH OPTION TO BUY Appt. Only) www. Br3/4 inch s lGreate, sihtape, 10 Tix Needed for Dec COCKAPOOS Precious 813-653-2797 or www. Dream of Home Owner-
g at 16/128 /GS, $25/mo Lowst rates in flagstonepavers.com & sticks. $22 for familyvac.Any small, no shed puppies. DailingForDollars.com ship. Proven program
S 35 8to112864 188 FL! BECKER PIANO t813-625-4038 will do. NO BROKERS Assorted colors. Males/ Preparation for includes leads and sup-
to50. 813864-180 813-837-3632 Restaurant / Hotel 8 (3886)220-6621 Females $500. Ad YORKIESthyAK Employment ort. Call 1-877-673-
MOVING VAN LINESE 727-520-6703. Adorable healthy AKCJ 4442or
MOVING VAN NES PIANO, Steinway JJ Season tickets 2006, pups, sweet faces & www.AmericanHomePa
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ice Local/Long dis- model M ahogany GLASS DOOR COOLERS excaliburextrathick 1 row U, seat 20. 1st sec- M/F, bi/tan, brwn/ 352-793-1551 ONLINE from home.
tance. Movesthrough- finish$3990slate leather pockets. 20 tion the sunsets. tan, & buff, 16 wks & u, *Medical, *Business, COUNSELORS, needed
out Florida. 30 days Call 727-726-5242 1 in 3 doors, walk in pc kif + 4 pc hand carved 813-493-1826. champ sired. $400. 863- YORKIES male & female, *Paralegal *Computers afterschool Plant City
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nal handling and relia- PIANOS, Yamaha Baby ers. Call 727-581-9293 cost K. SELL $1400. BUCS SEASON TICKETS $1000. 1 female 5 mo. placement assistance. Site located at 502 E.
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monds Call Gemologist champ bloodline, $1800 .Lab Pon eralan Poodle of Criminal Civil Liens
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SEARS HOME IMPROVE- EXPERIENCED Sales Per- FINISH Concrete DRIVER: YOU WANTIT deteriorated or detective tied bythe acts he may evolved in the heang is decides toappeal any
MENT has openings for son wanted forJanitori- Experienced Concrete WE HAVE IT! Solo, to such an extent that within fifteen(15) days in fact,anuisance asde- Unit D-212 Yahira decision made bythe
inside marketing reps. al and Linen Supply finisher. 813-754-2012 teams, owner opera- the cost of such restora- after the service of the fined in this chapter or Montoya Household City Commission with re-
PT positions. Earn Company. For more in- 118 W.Reynolds Street tors company drivers, tion and repair will ex- notice and order, file otherwise legally subject aspect to any matter con-


DFW a s Mst have screen 2 7 7 8 ned in Chapter 78, of wherein the appealing building or structure verbatim record of the
sube2,7c7 8 d, cedin hperwith the City Clerk a no- -sidered at uch meeting,


SPECTACULAR OPPORglass roomexpany Subtion www.driveforcrst.com. the Plant City Code. party's rights have been does not constitute a Unit D-270 Terry Smith proceedings is made,
dSPECTACULAR OP & Company position denied or the fact which nuisance as herein set Household which record includes
TUNITY. Looking for a You'll find value buys available. Your truck or t- You are required that the show the order is not out, orthat a constitu- the testimony and evi-
great opportunity toO .Y advertised in Classifi-eds com panys truck. Call HEA VY Eq ip m n Op er o r dwtime ord rd no on
great oportunit to ertised in Classifieds. 177 c a r E E Hands building or structure on justified. Immediately tional righthas been vio- Unit D-291 Pedro Zapata dence upon which the
at you r o ncome Jeff 813-71 o Training. J Hanc said premises be demol- upon filing of the appeal, lated the notice and or- Household appeal is to be based.
are ayon estabcshed W o ment Assistance Call wished and removed by the City erk shall der shall be quashed. If
porter & mre an r (Medical/Health Care Toll Free (866)933-1575. September 19th, 2006. transmit the notice of no such showing ap- This sale is being held to Section 6. In accordance
porter & manufacturer eical/Health Ca appeal with the original pears, the notice andor- satisfy a Landlord's Lien. with the Americans with
of isas oes VICES, TRAINING If the above is not com- or copies of all matters der shall be sustained. Jerry Ballard, Mamager Disabilities Act any per-
cessories seeking sales- Ho--m SERVICES, 5177 et te cified pertaining to the con- The City Commission son with a disability re-
ence in th e jewelry Lecanto, Florida, 3446 date, ittenbecomes demnation of thepartic- ma make modifications No: 4517 7/27;8/3,2006 quiring resaonableac-
trade. Carry our line ex- A Labor of www.atsflorida necessarythatthework ular building or structure of the order where the commodation in orderto
trade. Carry our Ime etbe accomplished in ac- to the City Commission. evidence shows that NOTICEOFSALEparticipate in this meet-
me.nt y our present e- l sins of the above men- shall direct the City Clerk mandsome modification in accordance with the clerk at (813) 659-420 at
ment fullpr r-ThatosrwantneaccordanceheiththtThe City Commission erso rorto
chandrise Work full or Thiat'swhai designing, tioned ordinance and all to send a notice to the thereof provisions of Florida st8 hours prior to
part time t's up to co ngnd implementing EDUCATION costs thereof taxed as a party appealing and to (Code 1977,119.11)there being due the public hearing.
you. We provide except Barlow Regional Medical lemin against the real the Building Inspector of and nait harea sfore
ioal commissions a t ei dicl property above descri- a date upon which it will NO:4532 7/27/2006 which he undears Section 7. This resolu-
flexible employment Center's new, sac-ofthe- o The ordinance fur- hold a hearing on the ap- entitled tsatisy an tion, as notice of the
throughout the U.S. fax: Women's ntun b ordinance fur- hold a hearing on the ap- is entitled to satisfy an eo ed enactment of
thou ho-t the U fax: at oe Wing umd Schools ) their specifies that fore- peal. This notice shall be owner's lien of the i eoosed enactment of
universapack514)1-6513 or emaibell t to be. Featuring four closure proceedings be served at least seven (7) oods after said ordinance shall be
net.ca lpaluxurious labor, delivery, ADULT High School Di- taken inthe eventof a days prior to the hearing, s ibeand toredat publishedin the Courier
plomaafhome. Nation- failure to refund such which shallbe held not Uncle bob's Se Storage July 27,2006
and recovery rooms, eight allv accredited since LEGALS costs., later than sixty (60) days located at: 1005 ..
SPRINKLERFITTERS postpartum suites, a adig- 1971. Tuition$399/Easy after this notice. The fi- Alexander St. Plant nce with Secton 38229
Needed Immediatelyament plan Free Bro- Dated this 19th day of Ju- ing of the notice shall AFerida6 ance with Section 38-229
Sd cure 1-800-470-4723,n t ly 2006. stay dall proceedings un- NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE 9 52ri a 36 C3. d) Plant t o h
Tampa. Excellent, much more, our paien Lis American Academy i- Notices der the notice and orer81-7s9-926. And City Ca or he
S t love nojusthe cofortable, it our Web @ J.C. KENT The City Commission Notice is hereby given notice having been giv- copy of the recommend -
nd ena p 6 w erks S ABuildinMERAnspector of the Tt shall review the ile andethat on rd August en, to the owner of said nation of the Historic Re
BONUS www.diplomaathomec CITY OF PLANT CITYn. Section78.729. Appeal tain the following: Household Goods VRGINIA L HELPER
S ton, 401KGT b-I Fellappointed eKS ONmeNT On utonfeen 7 SminOl Iak lvd Codel 977t119.14) oo unles dio osed ORISHA d YOUNG CITYCLes Board and rea-
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now hiring Lube techAIM1-888-349-5387. James L. Hobbs in this chaptershall be demnation therein rental units. Manage- otherwise disposed ofJOHN L. DICKS
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Alexander St P t Cy ,0 SIGN-ON ACADEMY Start your edies provided for the 1977, 119.10) Rental Units are leased ATTEST:
driving career today! Of Kimberly.Edwards condemnation proceed- to and beleived to con- EBONY GRAHAM
h81 7ONUS fearing courses in C DLA. Gustafson wings of unsafe buildings. Section 78.729. Appeal tain the following: Household Goods VIRGINIA L. HELPER
WWW.TR NGTR SOne Tuition feep Many 203 Seminole Lake aBlvd (Code 1977, 119.14) procedure. CITY CLERK
no. e e aymentptions! NO Plant Cit Fl 35 City Commission Unit 83 Debrao Marie ORISHAYOUNG C S m
Hours / Be Your Own Must be Full Te! eitrationFeeer ty, Section 78.719. penalties shall conduct hearings Birle, Household Household Goods Approved as to form and
Boss Sky's the Limit!! (888)808-5947 RE- Condemnation of for violatons. underthis chapter in a Furniture correctness:
(Fulfill Yo Deliver y ) Driver/Delivery ) Driver/ Dreamsi eridrivier It ulde unlawful for manner to regulate the Unit 128 Kathryn LyIm nn
Start ivng Your Life! Co discover h20Seminole Lake Bl any person to violate any admissibility of cumula- Boyd, Household VILMA LAUREANO KENNETH W. BUCHMAN
Sa ro onru appear in person or by Jimenez Household JEFFREYhold GoodsRY SBox- CITY ATTORNEY
www.strikingitrichright much love being An infection of the provision of this chapter tive evidence an mayCommission of the ty
now.netor any order of the Build require on further noce Unit 145 Mark Fletcher es,TV's orStereo Equip-
n apart of one of Cential ATTEND College Online building or structure at tseo Buildpr- oepr therrnhtN 2 7
from Home Medical, the above locate a ing Inspetor issed p- to te parties that they Brann Household eent NO; 4502 7/27/2006
*Business, Pre further described as; suant to authoritygrant file and serve a brief an
( C fastest gr cal punters *Cr aledherein or to remove ,sime written statement Unit 137 Cindy A. Cumbie PATRICE THOMA
E facilities. Justice. Jb placement Real Proert S mutilate8or.defaceae oft eomainfactuoord facts Household HouIsehold Goods
Visit us at: assistance. Computer 203 Seminole Lae Blvd notice or order provi- natupion which they contend 154-2006
Sl Ad Fo # 2 0 herein, and any person their rights havebeen in Unit 2 JohnathanLee JENNIFER GUARA-
S se a s : e xrIeNA c w .b owregional.cn ifcon vcted of anof the any way violated orrei Davis Household A OUINO F F









2-3 :yearsexperience v oation, ,rs s u- under Section 78.728, de- Household CITY COMMISSION OF FLORIDA CLOSING AND
Process and apply online. 85-2121 Sub-s ndad Structure st e i Unit D22 Ronaldnie Fay ture, FBoxesRI ROVI IDE UNIROVE
lee You my ao fx yr www.OnlineTidewaterT wished by a fine not to e- such wri en se Householdte IG N E OF HA RIHT19-2006N
re/ech.comTherepairs necessary to ced fve hundred dl- the City Commission KENNETH POWELL
regulations. Will train r o bring the buildingor lars ($500.00) or be sen- shall enter its order ifSTREET
right applicant. (863) 519-1475 structure in compliance tenced to serve not ex- the record as a whole Unit "39Shaw ae Tools C n scap- CITY COMMISSION OF
with cs ceedi ninety (90 das Kahaleen Ethrhidge Y TX EXEM ION OR- NITY COMISSION OF
S NOTICE OF FINAL AGENCY ACTION BY FINANCE ON PROPERTY OF PHECIETTY DRIVOF PLANT
CommunityCare Center or mailto Bonus for Experienced i ofnant o a the tthe discretion of the tence of the necessity of Household inO PuipmentlTrailer, T
2202 W.Oak Ave .. THE SOUTHWEST FLOFlated Drivers. HomeRIDA MANAGEMENT DISTRICT LOCATED AT 115 SOUTH LOCATED WITHINECPROVID-
PlantCity FL33563 2200 OspreyBlvd. W e e k e n d estimatedocosts thereof, Judge. any evidence to estab- ING NOTICE OF PRO-
Ph: 83-54-37 artow, FL 33830 $950+/Week. Great en- together with the esti- (Code 1977,119.15) isthe complaint in the Unit 133 Cathy Fulbdetermined tght
EOE For1Addiiionar Inf3mation efits & Equipment. St- matedtvaluerofttheesame notice of appeal or if the Household EDGARWATKINS POSED ENACTMENT OF
S dentsa w/CiL-A We- after reair anore more Setion 7 Tension co mnts of so e e e e FurnitureS Boxes, File ORDINANCE CLOSING
Frdfully etoforthrmnih of time tAcomply. ArmTaImant eisAaltothe Unit 136AnnLouise Cabinets AND VACATING A
could e yrs. We've EOE/DFW (800)837-7748. dendum attached hereto. If the interested parties proceedings herein pro- Kemp HouseholdER TOF WAY.
got puppies, kittens Accordingly, it is the shall have, in good faith (Code 1977, 119.12) Unit 49 Jeffery M. Melton Household Goods BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
andmoe. Checkthem I r.. .r. .com, finding ofthe BuildingIn- andindes to sere resie l sub sio APRIL MADOX CITY COMMISSION OF
out in Critter Corner. Keyword: HomeSeeker spector that the building work to comply with the Section 78.730. Appear- Uo
or structure is amage orr ut it appears they dance by counsel. nit 113 Doris Sheffihe project Household Goods Furn-located in Hillsborough THE CITY OF PLANT
S not be ae to co Any car County, appearing be- Nipper Household tue, Boxes, 's oSter CITY, FLORIDA:
SDriver Delivery Driver/Delivery Driver/Delivery Driver /Delivery plete the work by the fore he ityCommission eoEquipment, Comput-Stionr1.Asorequired
D ri .iv d a o o D eredor. thev Ea s. underthis chapter wa Unitt 98 Claud Preez- Sectmiont of sad ordi-








e .,j:r,er, -.mr hu-rig Hinson, P.S.M., whose address isz Hamilton &usehold Section 166. The Ci Co- nance, following second
Qu.- r rau. cuappearinpersonon bpy Jimenez Household JEFFREY GREGORY Statutes and other ap-
-. .."r, I Uer1, r,1 'r t s, : ounpear through any person Unit79 Sandra W nn M manager plicable law, the City
Sa. .r- Associates, 311 North Newport Avenue, TampaFL mission of the Ci of readommissionoftheity
.-.".,Mtet, ,,, Sm-,: otherwise a stranger to Household does herebyigiveFnotice
.rK sod rH *'i .:.r =v 33606. the NO:4431 7/20,27,2006 of Plant City, Florida,
n i-.1nr,'.:i ,r The pert i ry no. Unit D-216 Suzanneo hereby give noticettt t








E. :ni.r.;I...:; j hearing on proposed taxof the propoSadye Gibbs Martin
S' : FL33637. cordance with Chapt. ,J ment of an ordinance en-
............. .... ........... i',,r ,_u,,:'-; Section 78.731. Determi- Household RESOLUTION NO titled:
.' .5......... ,,,u .-, d -r- nation of appeal. 154-2006
S~ ~~ ~i n i ti:.m: ri,:,i 3The8 CityCommission Uni 1 AN ORDINANCE OF THE
-..a__ atr.ia,' .:,- shall after full hearing, Yarbroulh High A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY
S:,..| n n r ,,, under Section 78.728, de- Househo d CITY COMMISSION FLORIDA CLOSING A
termine whether the THE CITY OF PLANT VACATING A 25 FOOT
u .: i n, by the Diorstruct's actrei gardnitng-209 Connie Fay CITYs FLORIDA, PROVID- WIDE UNIMPROVED
S... request an administrative heal in aHousehold INGOTICEOFHEARING on the and be heard with re-
Seonr.u.:h (F.S.), and Chapter 28-106, Florid Administrativ EMPTION PURSUANT TO REYNOLDS STREET



















e n l. L l N.:urr., Th ,1 Code (F.A.C.), of the Uniform Rules of Procedure. A In the Sadye GibbsOMar-
"..' .:.n,,rlur- t,:,mpl.. Legal Notices THE HISTORIC PROPER- REYNOLDS STREET
.4it ill. -.. 'Jr. wf'- -i or hearg must (1) explain how the TYTAXuEXEMPTION OR- NORTH OF SR 574, per ST
.. ..:...'. ... .... s-s' .t. inrrts:',-,a,"-'rr, s NOTICE OF FINAL AGENCY ACTION BY FINANCE ON PROPERTY OFPEVEd that DRIVEAND
-. i,,',',',, -lr- .. THE SOUTHWEST FLORIDA MANAGEMENT DISTRICT LOCATED AT115SOUTH LOCATEDWITHINJEC-
.ri-i ur, dsr ntr, -,r : crir PALMER STREET. TION 25, TOWNSHIP 28
l i I uo... rnhr. rrr.r, : i hearingiven that the District has determined that302 decides to appeal any
Si ,,:, t,- ..: final actironmen: (2) stal Resource Pmateria fact is required on 25 BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ILLSBOROUGH COUNmae by the
S.. .. i, ri-r ..: r,,i ,,,rtni e each restoserve residential subdivision knownras CITY COMMISSION OF TY FLORIDA n with re
: ,in. r,: .:i,.i :.r there Barton Acres. Theprojectis located in Hillsborough THECIe F TY OF PLANT
S t: ,r rnr:k:,, County, Section Ch9,Township28 SouthF Rangefor 2 CITY, FLORIDA: Section 2.aThe proposed
Sn..r,. >, i -,,'rt. East. Permit inquiry was submitted by Ricard C. matter mayb e heard, at the proceedings and or
Sir- i :rn irr h, Hinson, P.S.M., whose address is Hamilton & Section 1. The City Coere nasted such purpollowingse he may
"- .! "ta ,,rr ,.-. i ,tr,,.r --i Associates, 311 North Newport Avenue, Tampa, FL mission of the City of reading, shall be cOnsid-








Si i-.th- mor t FL 34604-6899 with 21days of publication of this parties and city, Florida, does may need byto ensure that aCo-
S. ,thr, ard an i :.r -iibe The perm wit in 14 dao.is EX 3468. erey givand be heard verbmissioat its meord of thenin
i-.:r Resource Permit application with Proprietary wh respect to the pro- proceedings is made,
*r L, b.: r. ,. At rThe forization for te use project reign Submerred to osed taxexempursuant to Auitorium of e Nettcludes

















1 1 E I I ,,,:h, r.:nai..a lands). Failure to file a request for hearing within application the testimony and evi-
I I I "' bul...m[idt,:,,-u, bor.nv. this time-period shall cor inspectiontute a waiver of ay dence upghon whMunici-h the
fuhn. 7.1-. ri Fll riay except for legal holidays 8ve 00 am. to 5:0request a hearing SExemption Or3. Adi resoluton appeal i s to be based
rap.m.,at the Southwest Florida atemtoner Managshallement be operty located at 115 by the
l Seion78.2 Di strict (District) 7601 Highway 301 North, Tampa, 's fina ac tion of the public hearing ac- Hal)lant City, Florida
0. 1 ". i. i- t ,,,- FL 33637. cordance with Chapter on August 14, 2006 at

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I. Ei a1 E Br: trimin notice of final agency action. Persons whose Section4.rTheaaplica- Section 4. In accordance
-. n u.:h person whose substantial interests will are affected Seuh tion 2. The City Co- time interest parties
.. i- itor ,r,:,-n u-I. :theri.in, yinal de istrit's action regarding this permit may mission will hold the Disabiities Acty apper-
,a i t.r,,d ov i request an administrative hearinin accordance public gathering o the sond be heard with re-
to .... ." -.j.i-.'in set forwith Sections 120.569 and 120.57,lorida Statutes above tax exemption apu aspect to the proposed
S ur r,: (F.S.),andChapter28-106, Florida Administrative plication at its meetingall), paricipae in his mee-
,' -.-..,,.,r- ,. -r. ri requestforhearin must (1 explain howthe tin Auditorumof the Section 3.All person are
r ani -i--,U-, :r l,'n substantial interests of each person requesting the Nettle Bern Draughon advised that ifa person
un.,-r, ie, pr, i ', in. a' hearing will be affected by the District's action, or unicipalr ilding, 302 decides to ap peal any
Sr -t,, all -,rh~r .: t final action: (2) state all material facts disputed by West Reynolds Street decision mae by the
i -i i i. -nir di: e m,,r,,W iulie each person requesting the hearing or state that (CityHall), Plant City, c ision e ithe
t iar-it--- there are no disputed acts- and (3) otherwise Florida, on Auust 14, spect to any matter con-
ai-riini"rirn, r63rid i,-r hearing mustbe filedowith and received by the soon thereafternas the he will need a record of
-c-:~ n, l _-r,,w -h. ie O- Agency Clerk of the district at the Districts matter may be heard at the proceedings, and for
U p 'n,. ..r i:i-:- ,,,;u,.r, --er'--n-tn, Brooksvilleaddress, 2379 Broad StreetBrooksville which time interested such purpose he may
.nd Iin, ith simorin FL 34604-6899 with 21 days of publication of this parties and citizens may need Vo ensure that a
hW,'tr ,[ mrd in .i,,,iJraie notice (ornwithin 14 days ornan Environmental a and be head verbatim record of the
d _',r-pt in,-,tr, pro Resource Permit aplication with Proprietary with respect to the pro- vproceedingsris made,
tvr,,,:is hi-n :n il 'lt- lands). Failure to fileae ruest fornhearingwithin application. the testimony and evi-
h',.,---,Tthe ir,',-Mi 1,1M this tmme-period shall constitute a waiver of any dence upon which the
ucht n,,in,,, Ir sn1ai right such person may have to request a hearing Section3. Aresol apeal is to be based.
t,-. i'Cit r li,-irn,- tri under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. approving said tax ex- The proposed ordinance
,i3T si-ahini r ,:--.,. emption shall be consi- may be inspected by the
---01 n ,rr ,.n.. iwr ,- Because the administrative hearing process is ered by the City Commis- pu1,ic at the office of the
rim.in-i :hisit--r. designed to formulate final aency action the filing sion upon the, conclusion CityClerk, City Hall,
so. Ab d t l,:reat, unsimia ofa petition means that the ostrict'STlna/action of the public hearing. Plant City, Florida
rer ., pir sinc ,,I maye different from the position taken by it in this
arr r -iTi-n notceorffinalagencyaction. Persons whose s n4.The applica- Section4.in accordance
-o,- i,.ln, ,-h n,-:-t,,e substantial interests will be affected by any such tion for tax exemption with the Americans with
ANN..K lien a3---e ,n- final decision of the District on the application have may be inspectedby the Disabilities Act any per-
-.',3 y -.-i r ,b',ht ighthto petition to become a party to public at the office of the son with a disabilitynre-
i ir- C-ilt[. I!9 9) proceeding, in accordance with the requirements City Clerk at the Nettle quiring resaonable ac-
set forth above. Berry Draughon Munici- commodation in order to
Section 78.728. Appeal. pal Building (City Hall), participate in this meet-
ll n i nt ract ,b' 11 lany iiierezted pwrty Mediation pursuantto Section 120.573, F.S., to settle 302 West Reynodds igshouldcallteCit
AU newspaper carriers are Independento-t, n.',ggrie ued in1 an administrative dispute regarding the Districts Street, Plant City, Flon- Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at




26 TIE-,ECtO ER,R.-* JILY 27, 2006
[( Legal Notices ) ([ Legal Notices )] Business 11 ((Real Estate General) ([ East Hillsborough J) (( Acreage J) (( Out of State ) ([ Out of State J) [( Out of State ))
the speaker requests the H Opportunities JJ 1 Day's Drive rvr cnni Hemando Co. Subdivi- A FREE BROCHURE At KENTUCKY Incredible NEW LOG HOME PACK-
Section 5. This resolu- City Clerk for additional Gatlinburg, Tennessee! usu- sion Price Reduction!! Western Carolina Real waterfront. Lakes, riv- AGE! 3 Acres with' Boat
tion, as notice of the time no less than forty- ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE No Hurricanes Smoky coRPORAN iorN Price slashed to $7.4 mil- Estate we offer the ers creeks. 1 Acre Slip Only $89,900! Direct
peoposed enactment of eight (48) hours prior to Do You Earn i800 in a Mountain or Lake Views -, y... .,. ,,, lion for 145 acre lots. best Mountain Proper- i9,900 or $600/down, access to 33,000 acre
said ordinance shall be said public hearing. In Day? 30 Machines and vacation home can "pay Motivated. Janis Tucker ties in North Carolina. $105/mo. 2 Acres mountain lake in Ten-
published in the Courier, the event speakers) re- Free Candy All For its own mortgage". RUSKIN Owner/Brkr 305-279-8997 Homes and Land availa- $14,900 or $900/down, nessee. Available 8/26!
issue of July 27, 2006 quest additional time the $9,995 Call 1-888-753 Lowest taxes, hiha NEW ble. Call 800-924-2635. $159/mo. 5 Acres (800)770-9311, Ext.821.
determination of the 340 AIN#BO2000033 preciation! 1-800-239- KENTUCKY 58 Beautiful WesternCarolinaREco $1200/down, $215/mo.
SECTION 6. The City amount of time to al- Call Us: We Will Not Be 2970 SUBDIVISION riverfront acres. Ma- m Breathtaking views NEW Pre-Construction
Clerk is directed to mail lowed shall be at the Undersold! www.investmounts.co OPEN MON-SAT 10-5PM ture hardwood timber, 9reat investment. 270- Golf Community-
a copy of this resolution discretion of the Mayor, O m SUN 12-5PM. asture fields, great ALL Western North Caro- 791-7725 Coastal Georgia. Large
to each property owner but no speaker shall gen- DO you make 9K-14K per New homes! Low down, hunting & fishing, black- lina Mountain Proper- www.YourLandKing.co lots w/ deepwater,
whose land adjoins the rally be allowed more week? I do and have Attn St. Pete & Tampa low monthly payments top road, electric ties ERA Carolina m marsh, golf, nature
proposed vacated street, than fifteen (15) mi- roof of it! A financial Investors! I have 3han- startingrom $99 900' $116,000. 270-999-3072 Mountain Homes Real views. Gated, Golf, Fit-
by reference to the latest nutes. miracle, need computer dyman specials this Includinglot Manfloor, Estate Murphy, NC KENTUCKY Murray, ness Center, Tennis,
ad valorem tax records. & small investment week with $25-$50k in anstochoose floor NEW Port Richey, Nine www.carolinamtnhome. 192ac. Rolling hills. Trails, Oak Park, Docks.
SECTION 4. All persons Learn More: (888)792- equity. They sell uick- p Call for directions pristine acres +/- with com Call us First, we Farm lease income, $70K's-$300K. (877)266-
Apoted by the City Com- are advised thatif a per- 5 0 9 8 ly. Cash or Hard Money American Housi century old trees and have vacation rentals building sites. Great 7 3 7 6 .
mission on July 24,2006. son decides to appeal www.ezwealthplan.com only! New Investors 941725-194 spring fed waterway. and free brochures 1- hunting! www.cooperspoint.co
any decision made by **GOT A BUSINESS? welcome.Call Jim Nagy www.am using.co 300+ feet on paved 800-747-7322Ext.101 Water/Electric, close to
JOHN L. DICKS the City Commission *GOT A 8 1 3 8 4 3 2 2 3 3 www.amhousin.com road, 1/3 mile from Kentucky Lake. #1 Re-
MAYOR-COMMISSIONER with respect to any mat- Dramatically increase www.realnetusa.com SR52 and 3 miles from ASHEVILLE, NC ACREAGE tirement place in U.S. NORTH GEORGIA MOUN-
ter considered at such sales by accepting all Veterans.Parkway. Cur- Mountain view parcels $385,000 270-556-3576 TAINS Homes, Cabins,
ATTEST: meeting, he will need a major Credit and ebit Cntral rental zoned AR-3. with incredible views. 1 Acreage, Lots, Creek,
record of the proceeding, cards. 0% Discount ampa $675,00 (727) 543-9867 to 8 acre sites. Gated, KY LAKEFRONT ACREAGE Lakefront Properties.
VIRGINIA L. HELPER and for such purpose he rates! Free start up! neilcribb@tampabay.rr. amenities. Over 4 miles Private, gated, Blairsville Realty P.O.
CITY CLERK may need to ensure that Free eui ment up-. A T ,'r a ffnl com of riverfront. Great cli- lakefront community. Box 820, Blairsville, GA
a verbatim record of the grades! (800)568-9115. r mate! Call 866-800-4588 Waterfront parcels 30514
Approvedas toformand proceeding is made, onon Homes for Sale / from the $70's. Lake ac- www.blairsvillerealty.c
correctness: which record includes ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE 7 .. ....,.. s I SE| BEAUTIFUL N. CAROLINA. cess parcels from the om Free Brochure. 800-
the testimony and evi- Do ou earn $800/day? (lU Lease Option ESCAPE TO BEAUTIFUL mid-$30's. Planned 637-5535 or email:
KENNETH W. BUCHMAN dence upon which the 30 Machines Free Can- NEW HOMES WESTERN NC MOUN- pool, tennis, driving smith991@alltel.net
CITYATTORNEY appealisto be based. dy All for $9,995. OPEN MON-SAT10-SPM, SEMINOLE HEIGHTS, WdsleyChapel 1721sf TAINS. FREE COLOR range &more! Call own-
( 8 8 8 ) 6 2 9 9 9 6 8 SUN 12-5PM. Open Sun 10-4pm. 3/2/2 on lake, $299.9 or BROCHURE & INFORMA- er (866)462-8198 NY CATSKILL MTN. Lake
NO; 4501 7/27/2006 SECTION 5. In accord- BO20033. CALL US: Incredible & Affordable 511 W. Hilda St. 5br 3ba, Ise $1650 owner will ap- TION. MOUNTAIN PROP- Lots! 20-acres Lake Ac-
ance with the Americans We will not be under- New homes. Down Pay- 2600sf bungalow compl. ply $300mo twrds closing ERTIES W/ SPECTACU- KY LAKEFRONT PROPER- cess $89,900 5-acres
with Disabilities Act, any sold! ment Assistance to quai- remod., granite, hdw cost or dwn pymnt 1st LAR VIEWS HOMES, TY 1to 40+ acre parcels Lake Front $189 000
person with a disability LOCAL VENDING ROUTE- field buyers.10 different $449K 813-924-2071 mo free. 813-767-9136 CABINS, CREEKS & IN- from the $40s. On Lake Beautiful Mt, Lake
requiring reasonable ac- Snack & Soda Full-Line floor plans to choose VESTMENT ACREAGE. Barkley near Land Be- views. 3/hrs to N.Y.C.
commoatinorderto All Brands Great in from Startin from VALRICO 3r/BA on al EtaCherokee Mountain tween the Lakes. Owner terms avail 888-
participate in this meet- All B rands. Great quip- $165900 includes lot. beautiful 1/2 acre. Back R Estate Aucton GMAC Real Estate. Lakefront, view & wood- 925-9262
ing should call the City ent aui art. w/n- Many locations to choose area fenced with 3 out cherokeemountainrealt ed sites. Phase II open www.upstateNYland.co
RESOLUTION NO Clerkat (813) 65t-420sat g ava. w/$6K from American Housing buildings. Recently up- ABSOLUTE y.com (800)841-5868. now! Call (866)339-4966. m
160-2006 least 48 hours prior to down. Tom: (954)971- (813) 264-9950 graded. $189,000 Owner AUCTION --
the public hearing. 9301, BO#2002-037. www.amhousing.com Broker 813-967-6574 40 ACRE PARCEL BEAUTIFUL TENNESSEE LAKE CUMBERLAND KY NY FARM FORECLOSURE
A RESOLUTION OF THE Vend Biz. $6695. J Zoffay Road, near MOUNTAIN LOTS Waterfront parcels with 10 ac $39,900 High quali-
CITY COMMISSION OF Section 6. This resolu- OCAL Vend Biz. $6695. 1- South Ta a Frostproof City Breathtaking Views Riv. 120 feet of water front- ty land priced way be-
THE CITY OF PLANT tion, as notice of the 8Co6mp23e I p mpa Limits, Polk County er Access Ideal for Fish- age. Spacious off water low market! Views, ide-
CITY, FLORIDA PROVID- osd enactment of 866-823-0223 AIN HARBOUR Island, 3br 2ba Conducted on site ing,Hunting, ATV, parcels, wooded for pri- albldg site! Clear title,
ING NOTICE O PRO- saiordinance shall be #02523 HARBOUR sand 3r2ba PM.SAT.JULY 29 Horseback iding.-Near vacy. Incredible corn- survey, EZ owner
POSED ENACTMENT OF published in the Courier, 2cg 1600sf, spacious Parcel divided into Dale Hollow Lake Per- munity amenities. Pre- terms! G'teed! Hurry!
AN ORDINANCE AP- issue of JuLY 24,, 2006 floor plan vey lae ( (4) 10 Acre Tracts fect for Cabin Weekend constructionpricing! 866-907-5263.
PROVING AND ADOPT- JL kitchenn, resort s .ye h, Zoned: Agricultural Get-A-Way. Utilities Call 866-480-2025.
ING THE CONCEPTUAL Apoted by the City Corn-amenities. 24 gated Buy One or All! Great Investment Prop- NY Horse Farm Liquida-
MODIFICATION OF THE mission on July 27, 2006. sec., pool, sa, fitness HOUSE Prev: Drive by *10% erty. Owner Financing LAKE LAND SALE! 5.5 tion 67-acres $599,000
GENERAL SITE DEVELOP- ,tnt, t inic & play,- Buyer's Premium From $29,900 931-839- Acres, Subdivideable Turnkey equestrian fa-
MENT PLAN FOR JOHN L. DICKS ground, walking dis National Auction Co 2968 With Boat Slip. Only cility! Beautiful 4BR
WALDEN LAKE COM- MAYOR-COMMISSIONER ance to Channelside, WALDEN LAKE, 1701 &JacobsonAuction $29,900! Direct Access home. Many barnsin-
MUNITY UNIT The Forum, restaurants Brookstone Way, Sat 1-800-659-7004 BILLION DOLLAR VISTAS to 33,000-acre mountain door arena. Gorgeous
DISTRICT.OF THE CITY U ATTEST: & more. Ready to move 7/29 2006 11AM-1PM vww.natlauction.com WITH COOL MOUNTAIN lake in Tennessee. Avail- setting on countrylane.
OF PLANT CITY, FLORI- REAL ESTATE in.$399k. 813-391-2028 Mudlake Rd to right on AB640.AU899 BREEZES HIGH ATOP able 8/26! (800)770- 888-92-9262
DA. VIRGINIA L. HELPER RViCES SOUTH Tm Griffin to right on THE SMOKIES BETWEEN 9311, ext.830. http://horsefarm.upsta
CITY CLERK SERVICES SOUTH Tampa 2br,lba, Spring Meadow to Right 0UG._ 0 .5 ; .n P R E S T I U yland.com
WHEREAS, Watermark 800sf, great starter on Brookstone. Farms/Lan/Timber HIGHLANDS/FRANKLIN/ LOOKING TO OWN te om
Communities, Inc.filed a Approved as to form and home or tear down & -C-21 Gold Team Realty, Real Estate for Sale i DILLARD. EXCLUSIVE, LAND? Invest in rural PALM HARBOR HOMES
petition proposing a con- correctness: General Real Estate build. Large 80 x 102 lt. 813-763-5523 PRIVATE SECLUDED acreage throughout Factory Model Center
ceptual mo ification of r3613 West16Coronar W. MOUNTAINS VA 5 acres, NEW HOMESITES FROMd America coastal, moun- LARGEST in Americal
the general site develop- KENNETH W. BUCHMAN -$350k. 813-805-2030 IMAUMA Sundance, 4 large creek, fishing, ca- $175,000 .(800)679-7976 tai, waterfront proper- Modular and Manufac-
mentplan for Walden CITY ATTORNEY REAL ESTATE beautiful wooded acres, noeing, view, gated www.highlandspass.co ties 20 to 200 acres. For toured LIQUIDATION
Lake Community Unit SCHOOL e North East & country livin yt 10 community, near New m FREE Special Land Re- SALE! Call for FREE Col-
District; and NO; 4500 Now forming day j ama. mins. from I-7 Hard to River $39,500 owner p o r t s : or Brochures! (800)622-
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ning Board has reviewed reimbursement HERITAGE Isles Almost or 813-671-1232 He nand munity. The Preserve at STOCKS STILL LOW?
the proposed conceptual programs available. New, Single home on ernan JJ River Sea. Developer MID. Tenn. Mts. 5+ Invest in the booming
modification with regard Employ..ent Lake 3br/2.5ba/2cg + Centr c loseouts. From Acres,Excellent build- Atlanta market
to its appropriateness to rtunities loft. Cn central J SPRING ni,3/2ba. 2 car $2$129,900. Incredible o- ing site w/woods, Buy investmt prop. & sell
the particular location d! Call kitchenfamilyroom, LR gar., sunroom, corner cation. Far below mar- breathtaking Vista's,, w/n 45 days for quick
and itsconformity with 813-625-3852. DR. Big yard. Desi ner LUTZ 3 br 3 ba, corner lot, tile roof, R/V park ket value. 18 month no Cool Mountain Breeze
the urlose f te C.=- ==upgrades.$309T 2.5cg w/appl- w/consid, in?, 1909 sqft. $23 apofit. $5K min. isv.
the purpose of the CU 000 payment plan. (866)213- and River Access, 25 returnw/n 60 days.
Zong istrict;its rea- Cl 813-416-0051 er lease purchase ot. (83) 335-3434 Keller 635. Broker, Neighbor- $39900. Owner Financ- Not 60 daysPO-
tb to the adjacent MorC,8-101 $298,000. 813-784-8937 o-WilliamslTpa Prop. hood P ero $9 0ing -263-3775 or 1- Not an o
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of said ordinance, fol- Positions Available To- or by Cell (863)223-2749 www.sellati-es are cOb orhood. Easy access able. 40 new proper- NC MOUNTAIN ACREAGE 1180
lowin second reading, day! Register Online FOR SALE In or Call 1-800-640- to 1-75. $239,900. 352- ties. 1-888-683-2626. Near Asheville 0NC. 1 to
shall ge considered by Now! .GIBSONTON, 3 br, 2 ba, 6886. 347-4390. www.landfirstny.com 8 acre parcels. Gated TN 50 MILE VIEW PAR-
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upon the conclusion of om ((Real Estate wanted)) lot, Carriage Pointe (( Homesites / Lots J SUWANNEE VALLEY FOR SALE BY OWNER. ties. 4+ miles of ble bluff views! Central
the publichearing pro- New, eow markeiFARMS Beautiful5Acre BeautifulNorth Georgia riverfront! Just 5 m to Chattanooga & Nash-
vided in Section 2-hereof. DATA ENTRY PROCESS- $215,000 (321)947-1278 GEORGIA I-ITES Se-, Tracts with Rolling Hills Mountain Lots. Call for nutes to town of Hot villa. CMature hard-
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Th.e prpseed ordinancee ORS NEEDED! ear ylud.d 3 acres. Paved Streets, Owner Fi 276-1823 Fall 06. (866)292-57T2 park, 15 area golf cours-
StraPaved roads, Hard es. Gated clubhouse fit-
muonc at tne ofce by te $3 fro-mh 000Homeey W HUDSON, 9.63 Acres. Pavd roads& ,aerds:.M e nancing Available. Lake ness
ity Cekat theoceothe WrkingfromH e e Buy Houses Fenced. Quiet area. w s M l City, Florida. Call for a Gated community 2 NC MOUNTAINS!" Log center, nature
Barry DraughnMunc- Noecsa t! Would make an ext 9area.. .. Free Brochure 1-800- hours from Atlanta & Cabins. E-Z to finish
al Building, 302 West Experienc e Guy s horse or cattle ra. n hnch 29/acre (ealt 545-3501 Dicks Realty the Coast. 1/2 to 3 acre 20&3 Bedrooms Chalets
yr!nd treePPlnt sitionsv ai e InstantContract.Cash.,8 16 4 acre tract w/3 acre parcels from the $40's. on 1-2 acre sites.
Reynolas Sgreet,Plants Any Area, Condition lake $4950/acre.) Own- Incredible sunsets & $109,900-$149,900. Par- VA LAND: 2acs
City, Florida. Now! Situation. If You Call udsonacreageco er 912-529-6198 1 Out of State J1 summer breezes! Pri- cels available from 1-7 Riverfront 58K 30 mi-
ecton.Isles, reeed for uick South 1 Da.i'a.Drive vate location aweni- acres million $$$
Sectree(3).ion uteul com 2ThtCt Cow D ny Yo' l Sel 832910 N Tm aS Cries. caL T B tE(866)A82-1107 views! $39,900- ln near Kerr Lak.
mission will hold a public ANGELO BUYS HOUSES sales, 3g 4 Tampa, Beach Park Gatinburg .Tennessee! ti,$119900. Paved roads wooded quiet deer .
hearing on said ordi- Ib",Sbaquigt 41e
nance at its meeting in MATTRESS CLEANING & Cash any condition. sf, water view, huge DeLeon Str, $330,000 Own a Smoky, Mountain GEORGIA Washington utilities. Free Inform- bear, turKey, stars. P o
ye Gibbs Martin Sanitizing Business. Handyman, fire, dis- c'nr lot. 509 900 Call new construct every- Luxury Vatsion Couty, 36.ac w/1280sf tins. 828-256-1004 Hurrnes. Pict
Auditorium of the Nettle Over 4000 European tressed, vacant, occu- Mirza 813-158-f211 where 65 X 135 sq. ft. Cabin/Chalet; earns up home. Open, wooded. owner@newbranch.co
Berry Draughon Munici- Dealers, New in U.S. Re- pied. Anywhere in FL! (813) 629-5423 to $150,000/yr rental in- 2 small ponds, 2 wells. $4,919-693-8984
RenoldsSt~reet(City harmful aslergens.Big tial. No deal too Immaculate, 3br, 2ba. r Acreage views; lowesttax- Town & Country Real Es- VAMOUNTAINS 5 acres
Hall), Plant City, Florida profits siaiinvest- wig/small. Quick tln w/ bonus rm, cul-de- ) as, high appreciation; tate (478) 552-5681 Log Cabin with frontage on very
on August 14,,2006 at meent omplete in?. 1-800-SELL-181; 1- sac, walk to school & No Hurricanes! 1-800- www.tandcrealestate.c $109,900. E-Z to finish 2 large pristine creek,
7:30 p.m., or as soon training/support. 954-816-4363 comm. nool. $280,000 GOI LAND Cenral 239-2970. om stor home, paved ac- very private, excellent
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maybe heard, at which e to buy houses that Painting or remodeling? joy the south's finest liv- Homes starting mid Trail State Park,
time interested parties need work. Will also Need a tutor or piano iny. Terrific investment MAAH! COOL MOUNTAIN $300k. New master plan- NC Mountains -New Log $39,500. Owner
and citizens may appear GET PAID TYPING AT buy assignment con- lessons? Turn to At wifinancingavailable. BREEZES Murphy ned ocean front cow- Cabin, Custom Built Log ww86moun7ai9sofV5 3o
and be heard with re- HOME! Start Earningo tracts. No Fees Any Your Service fora Starting $5200per North Carolina Anoraa- unity on beautiful Cabin shell on 1.77 act- www.mountainsofVA.)o
sypect to the proposed or- $200-$300 Daily! Guaran- Area or Condition multitude of businesses acre. a 106-833-0204 ble Homes & Mountain Mustang Island, near $84,900. Private great
finance. teed Paychecks Paid uick Closing, Bring all and services that can Cabins Land, River, Corpus, Christi, TX. views, huge trees, fin.
Twice Per Month. No Ex- eals. Call Jim Nagy a hepn hand HERNANDO Co. 285 acs Mountains, Streams www.cinnamonshore.co avail, own. brkr 828-
Section 3. At the public erience Necessary. 813-843-2233 mllpind .i mi of ik frontage, $40K1 Call for Free Brochure m, (866)891-5163. 286-1666 Near Kerr Lake $60k.
hearing referred in Sec- Full Training Provide. -You'll find listings at 290 ca @ exit 62 & 1-877-837-2288 Exit Re-N-urrcane




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[( Out of State )) Apartments- 11 ( Rooms for Rent )) (( Watersports )) (( Sailboats )) (( Trucks Heavy Duty)) (( Go Carts ) ((Automobiles for Sale)) ((Automobiles for Sale))]
WEST KENTUCKY Chris- Unfurnished JJ DAYS-INN Plant City KAWASKI 1997 750 dual SAILBOAT 30, O'DAY FORD 2001 F250 7.3L CART Batteries & Charg- BMW 1996 M3 Pkg. Convy. HONDA 2006 Civic EX,
tian County, 3,200ac 301 S. Frontage Rd trailer, alum storage 1978,12 HP Yanmar Power stroke diesel eng ers New & Recondi- 328i BIk/Tan Lthr, 112k 2DR, auto, 8200 mi. pre-
hunting preserve, Awe- TAMPA townhouse, 2 br, WEEKLY RENTAL RATES box, very low hours. sees 6 Must Seel. Ex- platinum edition, super tioned. ALSO all cart ms. SVC rec. New roof, mium sound,
some deer & turkey 1.5 a 1060 ft. Near $279. + Tax. Subject to $2500 cellent condition. crew short bed, 4x4, AT, repairs. Sparks & Carts. OEM M3 options V. moonroof $19 500.
hunting $1,600/ac for USF, bent for$995.00. 1 available 813-752-0570 813-493-7843 19900(239)895-2462 Ithr seats, CD/csette, 813-267-7830 Clean, Exc. Cond. $9,995. 352-163-7566.
all Call Owner 270-556- br 1 ha $695.00. Option/ WEB #39793511 Air, exc. condt90Km, 813--13
3576 owner Buy start at $100.00/Mo WEB # 1793511 Boat ) px200cc@yahoo.com $, eC fte S Mot 813-312-6973 INFINITI 1994 J30- Pearl
all 786-375-5506 or Boats 8$23,50 er5p49-8723 p Motorcycles BMW 1999 740iL Must white w/bone leather,
1-866-229-6231 1 9&Buy f Boats Wanted Sell! Blue, 93k, All op- show room condition.
2 $ w s o b12'x6' refurbished air- Boats Wanted 4-Wheel BUELL 1999 M2, 5,200 mi, tions. Garaged. Great One of a kind. 133K, all
C;i5 boat hulll w/double T4-Eee rive j Black, Vance & Hines, car. Must See $12,600 records kept, must see!
EFFICIENCIES $100/wk styrofo bottom & Boat Donatons Mkuni arb, Screaming obo (813) 690-3659 $4,475 ObO 813-270-3028
APTS $150/wk. Also good trailer. $600. Tax Deductible JEEP 1984 CJ7 V6, Manual Eagle & Many Extras,
HOUSES for rent, 813-335-8082. Clearwater Marine Trans 31" tires, Soft $3,000.813-335-4206 BMW 2001 325i, INFINITY 1990 M30, Sil-
YborArea furn/unfurnished wkA uarium Top, Exc cond, No Rust, $13,995 obo. ver, Sunroof, $1,500 obo
Ybor Area furn/ :8 wk)y/ 17 CE Aqupor 9.0hp 727-441-1790X235 s3b 52Fulnsrvic words.
---LUXURY APTS monthly. 813-217-5795 C u s pX235 $5,500 5 7' Full service records.
LUX1&U2 bedrooms (Spanish: 813-774-4696) O/B Evinrude, all elec- 813-541-5582 Owner motivated
MANUFACTURED bedrooms tronics, exc con, float 813-748-4401/684-6995 813-649-8996
HOMES 813-241-8888 fish$4950 813-973-8836 v Vans BMW 2002 5401, dark Jaguar 2000 XK8, 2 door
SCondominiums )) runs good ooks Fiesta, ed, stove, ref BR Harley-Dayidson 2006 ext warrant7 & maint. w/beige int, 3K ml, very
SMobile Homes area 2br 2ba, od rt o R thw/shower, AC's, gen- s PEe f- ,000Firm c
1M0oHsf,o r ceilingawalkin price $2400 must sell. erator, awning, heater ficer" Ed LOADED Viv Call (813) 335- $21,500 neg 813-264-47,88
NEAR-4 & 301-1 2 & 3 10closets, W&, pewalkin 13-91-7550. & water heater runs & id black, ONLY 2200 BMW 2003 540i, black, JAGUAR 2003 XK8 Con-
NRS. $120-$14&01-1,2 & 3k1gOafd,9' e $62miles, excellent cond black ,t. M sortsfk?, vertible, Zircon blue,
Some with utilitiesekly patiosocial r theater 18' COBIA1993 BOW RID- TRANSPORTATION 986-o484 r813-763-2235 tion. Never been down satellite radio, fuly ivory interior, Xenon
ybasketball,pool ER with 115HP Yamaha, or wrecked clear title, loaded $25 000 headl.amps, nay system,
813-626-0820 $1500.786-344-3896. RECREATION notrailer. Yamaha CHRYSLER 1999 Town & $16,500, (815) 6695575 13-401-0300. premium sound, cus-
New43Br 2Ba CARROLLWOOD $2600 obo Country Ltd Edt. Luxury,{ H D1 Wr chrome & painted
S Grand Reserve- lbr/lba 1-695-4058 demo ride (Automotive Financing)) wh sw/lthr, loade E dn BMW 2006 M6, randwheelsnewtires 25K
C aea Pe ..91 new, hard to find fully eels, ne ition.
(813)971-6953 ond Ca er Travel 18' Monterey 1993w BMW 1997 Z3 Corv 0 mi $10 700 Ca 813-752-6o736
81^ )759-2959 www. ng Tind at900 ory, quiet II I 4
o1)759-cao 2n.$5o swriesMerc cruiser, w/trrr, BMW 1997 Z3 Conv't 813-972-514 6955759 npa 2,0n00r original 2000 l i $109,700 Call
modep954-818-3777 finder lifeackets, vests miles blue, tan top, Handicapped van 10" Beautiful bike. Lots of
anufactur Home17' Bass Tracker Pro $4000813-597-9219 $11,760.813-417-7722 lowered. floor, pwr extras. Asking $13,000. BUICK 1991 LeSabre EJaguar 2004 S Type 4.2-
iManufaturedHomes LAND O Lakes 2br 1.be Croppy, 2000, fish find- wheelchair ramp, p wr 863-647-3135 evenings" $750. Must sell. Excel-2 non-smin
in Park all new apps, new tile er, center console, 25HP 19' 2001 SeaRay Sun- doors Call 727-492-130 HONA GOLD WIlentcondition ow Black ext/tan Int
i & carpet, central heat & Mercury, exc. cond. Deck 220hp a /hry I Ao E HONDA GOLD WING 813-917-6313. orBaextn
LOTS FOR RENT!.Move In air, comm pool, $895 $4000 813-657-1406 SS, CD, tndm trlr looks/ at EngMes / DODGE 1994 Caravan ASPENCADE 1985 light $29,500. (813) 837-9532.
T iS moF/dep. incl water. runsreat $1800bo Parts / Misc. Red 163k mi new tires blue, lots of extras oad r -
L Briarwood 813-908-6383, 892-3614. 19FT 2001 Trail-lite Hy- 813-9r75-9490k4 $ e 1tur ed, runs great, 4,N0 or CADILLAC 1999 Deville $957B5Y
4002 Smith Rals Rd, LAND0 LAKES Valenc383892-3614.brid, sleeps 6, A/C, toilet, BAY Area Motor Works, 27-687-0017 best offer. 81386-9462 White diamond leather,
4002 Smith Ryals Rd, LAND n LAKES Valencia shower, micro, cable, 19', 2004 Bayliner, good Engme rebuild & install, 32viNorthstar Exc cond.
Plant Ci Also Gardens Gate commty, AM/FM/CD fdge, Exc. condo. runs good. Upto 3r warrarny DODGE 1995 Van B2500 MOTORCYCLES Wanted owner 32K mi, KIA 1996 SEPHIA GS, 4
Repossed homes for 5/3 2400sf, 2 story, new cond! $9,000Greatfor w/trailer, $4000 obo. Auto/ Ioat/ RV Cold AC front/rear. Exc. Street, Dirt Bikes $10,500 613-787-9892 DOOR 89K AT COLD
sa e. 813-737-2110. Imnscasin ~b &c etlIrg families 813-973-1817 813-245-3877 813-926-9994 cond in & out. New tires ATV'Se Also buying AC. ED 'EXCELLENT
master bai, S1950/mo. Fold down rear seat. wrecked motorcycles. CADILLAC 2000 Catera, VERY RELIABLE RUNS
selfcontained bath, 21FT. Grady White 1977, sions Used & Rebuilt raged, Luxury sport pkg, $1350 813-965-4944
VALRICOnew 3br,2.5ba,A/C, new tires, new gas cuddy cain 200HP 90 daysup to 3 yrs DODGE 2000 Caravan, SUZUKI 1997 Intruder dual pwr seats, sunroo, LEXUS 1993 LS400, white
2-car attached garage, tanks, wood floors. OMC, electronics, god warr.M-F9-5.MemrBBB 64k miles, automatic, 1400 Nice shape runs Bose radio, CD, Chrome w/grey int loaded
1834sf, screened porch, Good condition. $3200 shape, ready to fish! 813-875-1500 AC, PS, PB, very clean: strong, fridees nice too. wheel's,4wheel ABS. sunroof, cb new tires &
Excellent area sc (813)677-4402 $5990 obo.813-927-7379 must see.$4900. 3,00 or best offer Call Traction cntri Onstar. wheels, 156k mi, $7900
e nt s ols, ( 8 1 3 ) 6 7 7 4 4 0 2 $5900 obo. 813-927-7379 MISSIONS ReBuilt 0 8 7753 $7,595.813-96-1874 or all records 813-313-9991
$1,400/month -option to teechr55@msn.com TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt 727-687-1804 13-661-7753 $7,595.813-96-1874 r all records 813-313-9991
buy Call 813-494-3722 22FT Angler, 200 Horse from A-Z.Gu nt Dodge Ram 200215 UZU 2002 250GZ 813-486-9658 LEXUS 2001 LX470,4x4
24' 2004 Minnie. 17K mi. Suzuki, center console quality work. Your place Dodge Ram 2002 15 SUZUKI,2002 250GZ .L.XUS 2001 LX470, 4K
COMMERCIAL [ Houses Furnished ) Back-up camera elec walk around electronics or mine. Call Rob passed er Van, extended Black1 only 375 actual CADILLAC 2003 Escalade Loaded, Premium Sound,
OAL MERCA Houses...Furni step, rear qn bed, 3-brnr acka e/trailer. $11500 813-610-1535 warren 40K low miles, miles. Garage ke t, ab- AWD, new.22" chrme DVD, white/tan, 79K Mi
REAL ESTATE-RENT I. stove w/ oven, TV. 13-458-1452/458-6338 Excellen condition! solutel ke new. 2,150- whis and tires, sunrf, Like New, Must Sell,
BROOKSVILLE Furnished $46,500. 727-323-2898 TD_ ]O $13,900. 813-996-5819. (813)961-4866. fac w burg/an, 39K $26,900,813-855-6505
Lge New Home 3br 2ba 23' 1997 Bayliner Ciera I Ties Jj m $31,999 813-245-4660'b
[( Executive Suites ) + Fa Rm&more.55+. 25'2003 Sandpiper sleeps 4, full galley & FORD 2003 Windstar, (( Golf Carts )1 CAiLLAC, 2 .De LINCOLN 2005 Town Car
Golf/amenities $950mo. Toyhauler self con- head, 350 cn ver WHEELS & Tires NEW 18" Mid-Way portable of- CADILLAC 2004 DeVille Signature, extras, as-
RENT: South Tampa NO'LEASE. Immed avail, tainted, gen, outside clean, chart ploter & brushed alum, fits Ford fice. Fuly loaded, AC, BAY Area Carts Pearl wht, canvas top, sume 24 mos lease, 5K
1150 s ft DesiTreable 352-597-0998 (238-9918) shower awn $16,500 depth finder. Trailer F150. 265/60 R18 BF AT. Call for more nfo: Sales Service lux pkg, gold pk, low mi on car, 26,500 ml left
Hyde Park location, ide obo 813-716-2386 w/4 wheel disc brakes Goodrich Radial TA's. $4500. obo 813-309-0043 Pick u and Delivery. mi., warr, new 4,000. on lease 813-633-5913
caption area, coner- 40FranklinT 2006self- $1395 OBO 813-973-4840 [(Sports Utility Vehicles)) 863-307-070 $21,995 727-345-2114 MERCEDES 1996 E300D
ence room kitchen and APOLLO Beach. New contain, 2elect slides, 23.6' Sailfish 2003 CC cyl Diesel, gold/tan
wnin W/D w/T & custcover ithr, 209K, exc, CarFax
3 separate'offices; 6 3br/2ba2cg Open floor 2 8air awn WQ / w/.d- td & cs co e ( Truckso-Light Duty) BMW2001 X5,30K mi., ATVs H L lldck & 3,-' cert, warr, dealer svcd.
parking spaces- $1275 plan w/famiIy rmdininv l rtrade813609u 345cn d .Lo- 200 Yao maha, trr load C" 3.i, S3iver, ithr int., $12,450. 727-459-6508
ermonth NET. Call recovered anai. Avai trade 813-8 6.. 50-9345 ad..L ow..hc E d CHEVR LET 2004 moonroof.Exc cond; AT Honda 2006 TRX250 r, CADILLAC 2005 CTS 2.8, -
uenise or Irene at 813- 8/1. $1190/mo + utility. DADE Cit 31' w/slide $28K obo 813-230-6500 Silverado, charcoal, $25,000 813-855-3200 Black has reverse, pADrlAwhite0 one onr.,,
251-3844, available im- Call Tom 813-454-6553 out, 200 Mountaineer 24' Chaparra CC '94 57 V8 4.8L, auto,towing or 813-784-4946 Like iew, $3000 a ower'2wk k .
mediately (813)251- ^^by Montana. Like new. /O sips GPS tri pjkg, 24,800 mi. Warry L 813-50J-3403 $a2800 ..
38 BRANDON, ol 2cgsd3br, Paid $36,500, sacrifice stove sink, ful ba 1 813-784-3959,C ed Eoa 863-944 0652 MERCEDES 1999 E320
Deniseldtiinc.net 2ba, repaint d inside, $29 900 obo' outsd'shwr AM//FM CD CHEVY'00...Completey .loaded,N
www.dtiinc.net new caet, 721 Calm Cal 352-567-3510 $22,500. 72 CHEVY 00 ile tauo500 Onstar, ck, leather (Automobiles Wanted) CHEVROLET 1998 Metro- allpwr, snrof ol
OfficeSpaceLease13 01409 Campgrnds ) cruiser 5 rc toolbox, be li ner6 notin First '$21000 $ CASH$$$, cy Has new ming 500 5 2600
PLANT CITY, Industrial AC full bimini, ow mil. $7500 863-899-4330 takes it! 813-285-344. For Cars, Trucks & belt, cam seal, air bags,
PLANT CITY, industrial CORK area 3br, CB, w/ BUFFALO HILLS CAMP- h t r -Vans Any Price/An acTam/fm by owner, MERCEDES BENZ 2002
aO eSace HA on irg treed GROUND SE OHIO ho'Vrs, kept under roof CHEVY 2005 Colorado Time CALL ME T FIRS great on gas, almost SLK320, red, black leath-
lease 150 to3000 sqft, CH Ao, onk nr. tN Z0 G N newMtrescean e& ce lik n
inld ,o country lot spotless LAKE REGION Camp- $27,000"813-6 49-1508 ZQ8sport, crew cab,- .- 727-505-3882 new tres, cleaantiei er,,all power, A/C, 49K
incmudin Conference cond $11957/mo+ sec. ing at its best own your 813-649 ery fact. opt, 11K -. .C O 8 hand, excellent work les, ext. warranty,
Room & break Room. 813-752-4235 own cam sitefor as t- 26' Gause w/fol down MSRP $30K sell $18 9, m CASH ON THE SPOT car. (813)643-8641 $24,oo 813-390-1929
Contact Pierce Lackey tie as $10/mo. Lots of tower, 225 Mrc Opt, 8173601665/72778413 Cars,Trucks Vans CHEVY 2000 Monte Caro MITSUBISHI 1997 3000GT
R- 1 Y Amenities 1-866-686- loadedunder warrant' Free ckU 24/7 SS, Ltd Ed. every option VR4, pearl white, leath-
GEORGEW. LACKEY, CO N, 0 11 1 iTH 2u.e4 enie$9a 0b C &BL CADILLAC 2003 Escalade, ree ck Up, 24/7 + extras, avg mi, beauti- er interior moonroof
G' EORGEW.lA CKEY, iCO. 680 2 unaer S, & boats- u, p arl w/tan leather int 813-416-1082 ful, must sell $8900 mint condition, $13,750
(. L Motor Homes/ RVs) Call 813-254-90 0 tFully loaded, 22" cus- c.ut.obo. 813-920-4726 firm, 813-695-9852
Million Dollar Home ,, DODGE 2004 Laramie, om whis, 50K mi. CASH PAID For Cars
Pool, boat dock, a ktch- 19'DODGE VAN/MH1992 Bu Hm quad cab : 000 813-926-0779 n orN Well CHEVY 2006 HHR LT, NISSAN 1993 240SX, 5
entodiefor, over4ksf, Fiestabed, stove, ref, BR -.ex.e,22Kmies...fully loaded, like new, sd, hatchback, white,
Seto defor ver 4k sf, Fiesta, bed, stove, ref,BR 50x. b, 22K miles. CHEVY 2001 Tahoe LS come pick it u r w $1k8,500 $50 obtcbc woe
I..!, 5br/35ba, Name your w/shower, 2 AC's gen- $23,5 50 fuo one Paying a little lit more! '7wm3-$050
Spice lease options erator, awning, heater 29' Prarie Trawler diesel Call813-645-6880. 51k fully loaded bl at 813-610-1535 v ow5miles,08 -
H [H available 813 716 1622 waterheater runs & eng &en. A/C. 1 gal DODGE m owner, excellent con- Rob at 813610-153 1 5 NISSAN 1995 Maxima
NEWTAMPA, Hunters 986- or 813-763-2235 v Imron is, ull SLT uad cab, kmi cell813-33-6993 CASH TODAY! CEHxRYSLER 2001 Sebring GXE,3K m. CDchgr
COMMERCIAL Green, gte cntry club 2 minbid813-8/ CK rIoa ,CHRYSLER2005-Pacifica Fr us a
comm,3br2b a2cgwalk2811987 LASALLE RV Mo- 20minwheels Si5-4 CHRYSLER 2005 Pacifica For C Tru New Brakes ires, S le nreatcondes
REALESTATE-SALE toAratedsch, lawn tor home, very good 32' 1972 Luhrs Sedan $23,500.81-508-1892. aTouring model, 23K mi, 813-7Or8-7979 ver Runs GreatMint. obo. 91-373-3935
REALESTATE-SALE to A rated sch nalo $8,60 0813-843-691
-maint& WD Inc.$1575/ condition, runs ood, Cruiser, dual helms, fy FORDw2001F XLTExt Fc warr. Exc cd. NISSAN2000AItma GXE,
,v 8-2est-entPropet work g-eato- dla. -d Cab. V8 loaded ext $17,90081 -752 (c61 lassics & Antiques)) CHRYSLEn20t 04E BRING 5 spdasCD, sunroo,
n ,Sales P oe, ry P LNC IT S 400.86 b.727-580-4210.u wMs' O h 86 r 1998 3Exlorer BUICK 1987 Regal T-tye, matic, 2 000 miles, ex- Very clean. $4000
3br, 1.5baw/oonus leaguee, all the good- 40' 1986 Silverton 602-68941(868) 581-7630 AC, New tires+ allo. New tirs od A ,N
LOT FOR SALE. South $1500-$1700/mo each s, looks andruns convertible, T454, 700 FORD 2002 F150 XLT V8 rims Runs Good $,000 Paint Rare Muscle Car. NISSAN 2000 Maxima
Tampa, Beach Park/ lbr, Iba, $650-$775 good. Ready to roll! Ask- rs, all electronic, Fauo e a '$aTb 813-P630-0180 $,0 0 a 13teuscl4Ca CORVETTE 1998 Pewter GLE V6, thr, rear spoil-
DeLeonStr, $330,000 Mi 7 mo rental ing$26K 81-633-6852 clean, exc cond. Dinhy AM M/CD allo whs' $8,10 813727-1648 CPE BIk Ithr int Auto er, power everying,
new construct every- 813-650-8582 .. .. 8,00. AM/M/C Dass aoyirba- FORD 2002 EXPLORER f "'' r Loaded, 48K non smok- 76,300 mi, orig owner.
new construct every- 813-650-8582 888-Bates RV Nearly 81-k72-3852246890 AC,passairbag,-d au d ed n 00
where 65 X 135 sq. ft. 600 -Ar ? 8-i72-t3852/24k-6890 alCr dl p w tir Ao' XLT, 3rd seat, 4WD, au- \lic|&cBWy er, garaged. $17,000 $9,750 813-380-0158
(813) 629-5423 PLANT City Royal Hill .Airstream Jayco a.rm.. .. w t o w'tr 6 1 to, C windows "l"", Obo 813-681-2841 ,
(813)62 Denis R Al-5423pha -4exit4 ip Ha. YAMAHA 1999 XL700, whttwrm to AC pwr 4K ib ,obo83 OLDS 199498, cham-
-max 86 -680"-3322 125 goodocond, runs good, m srv vy 0, 813-852-1522 CAMARO 1968 CONV. DODGE 2001 Neon SE Au- pagne, 1 owner exc.
S -- IfRecreational Ren no trailer, good for be- very ood condo 900. 813 auto trans 327 v8 A/C to, AC, loaded 5CD, cond., garage kept, new
SOUTH Tampa, 2 sto (Recreaonal Renta gner, $1750. $19. d6-81n09 HONDA 2003 Pilot EX, all Rally whis, bucket's, i New tires. 76K mpg, tires & brakes 3580
3032sf 4 br 2,full and POPUP CAMPERS for rent 813-245-3877 or 813-731-9048 whl drive, w/ ext. warr., very good condition. Ex cond. 7000 obo 813- mi, $5,349. 813-986-7672
It i* half baths 2cg with pool A/C Sink Stove, Fri SEVERAL Storm Dam-... F ORD 2002 Lariot, 1K Ithr, DVD, Loaded Can -Mal Pictures. 810-8555 479-799-1055
and backyard Includes CallL nn to reseeed mwrnty remote start 24,500 Call Dave after (813)831-1743 (727)639- PONTIAC 1993 Grand Am,
Syard service C05W .& Ba ... /knds 352-799-1491 3536 Asking $17500 DODGE 2005 Magnum runs good, engine has
yErd service. 4605/W. 8154.1827 www.popup I Bu, & Sell. Call blue/silver, 7 ,900 m ./wknds. 352-799-1491 3 'SXT, V6 auto, leather, 85k m, es $1900 obo
(813) 5-9563. rentalcampers.com Mike 72-204-7988 tow .. 6Cdchrg Jeep 1993 Grand Chero- DODGE 1971 Challenger S-roof, 6irius radio/CD, 813-874-5926
(813) 8 5-9563. w/subwo $14,500. kee 4x4, all power, leath- Plum crazy on. black RT 20" custom wheels, ma- leave message.
REAL ESTATE VALRICO, Copper Ridge ( RV Storage )) f[Boat Slips / Storage 813-393-82 er int, cold AC, new trim, 340 AT, air PS PB, roon 47k, ext. fac. warr.
FOR RENT Home, 3br 2ba 2co t t "orag FORD 2002 RANGER tires. nice shape. $3200 great driver. $25,500. $13,900. 813-541-6322. PORSCHE 2000 Boxster
F RN 1875 sq ft, built 2002, FOWLER & 1-75 60'Sli Pasadina Yacht 0K+me 813-249-0230 Call (813) 948-4837. '. .. 57,000 mi, 5-Speed V6,
V60'Slip, Pasadina Yacht 150K+ miles, clean. FORD 1996 Escort LX. 21 950 New tires/
custom paint, formal L R Boat Autos, Club, Membership White. 200 B JEEP 1996 Cherokee FORD 1967 Mustang 86K / C,2 d ras/ clutch/
Apartments -.& DR large fam room, Secure $50/mo.Pk Reqd, Pool Side Very 813.299:340auto ,ac,9cd, newtires, Coupe,R 100k Fst/ns HBcy pd,/Cwd warranty 813- 416-8098
II tes" I $1295. 813-766-8032 Happ Traveler RV Park .ctP i A7eO/m o 813-299 '2534 c t res, upe os a eanwe warranty 813- 416-8098
Unfurnished W E13-986-3094 .7-327-31'33 .347-1554 B.excucond.u$4500OD Great, 010kmiauto ma0 alne53w/reco r2s
SWESTCHASE The Eagles, "27-327-333.347-1554 FORD 2003 F5 white 813-962-734 9. See 351 Cleveland, P/S $2200Call813-382-0961 T-BiRD, 2005 Convr't
AvalonVill t 4br 2ba 2cg home STORAGE 5515 Cause- OUTDOOR STORAGE auto, A, 'n www.redieepforsale.com Blue/Green with Black7 TA hardtop bronze meta -
Avalon Village Ap. u 4br a 2cg UTROOR STRAGE auto, AC, loRng bed, Shelby Stripes, Plenty FORD 1997 TAURUS, lic loaded 12K mi. Sr.
$525 mo. Lg Newt arge bd. aRd e cbosl.vd," Csenjamin.d boats very clean, Nort Tam- JEEP1998 WRANGLER of Xtra Parts, $6,995 loaded, cold A/C, leath- driven $2750 firm .
Rem eledAI&s. Gated Rrd availa- TrUcks Trirs. $1650RV's, auto, trucks, pa area. $5985.St 81-23-5r, excellent condition 813-236-6200
Am PoT n w ble mimey $50 mo River view Bran on a lel mt Imau t c wSah/r Scr white tan top, 813-263-6558e, Wt 8c13 00
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1435 N 22id St. Tampa 1st/l ast. 813-345-4520. Varico 8-220-153 813-684-9171 FORD 2004 F... 50K miles 5 speed A/C VW 1957 Euro Oval Sem- $3,500obo. t13-671-7009 TOYOTA 2000 Avalon XLS
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