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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE
UNI OF FLA L'o 326'
Group that helps
Plant City's needy
is looking for
Blaze causes more
than $100,000 in
damage to home.
a few myths about
B\ GEORGE H. N E WMAIN
Cfy cI1ommissioneis unanimously
adopted tvo city ordinances Aug. 28 strictly
regulating the sale and purchase of file-
works within the city limit,..
The biggest change requires purchasers
of fireworks to register with the Hills-
borough County Sheriff's Oftice a- agricld-
tural users of fireworks. Purchaser) also will
be required to take the filing certificate to
the, vendor khen the purchase is made and
the vendor will be required to record the
name and address of the purchaser, and the
fireworks purchased. That information will
be available for review bv officials in Plant
ing, a ..opposed to tents, and the agricultural
restrictions would still applN
Florida state law already prohibits the
<,ale and use offireworks to the general pub-
lic. But, in many counties, fireworks pur-
chasers have been allowed to sign a release
stating the fireworks would be used for agri-
Legitimate agricultural uses include
farmers frightening birds and ground anim-
als that might endanger their crops, be it
stra berries, tomatoes or goldfish.
lus ordinance will be enforced," said
See FIREWORKS, Page 8
Construction Problems Delay Scientology Center
ay i ter*,
By KEVIN BRADY
Despite rumors to the con-
trary, the Church of Scientology
still plans to open an outreach
center in downtown Plant City.
The center was scheduled to
open earlier this month at 102 N.
Collins St., but construction
problems have delayed the proj-
ect. Church officials are not sure
when the center will open.
"We have had some architec-
tural design reworking and
construction delays," said Pat
Harney, public affairs director for
the church in Clearwater. "I am
not exactly sure where the
glitches are, but we are working
Harney said she wasn't sure
when the center might open, but
Was emphatic the church was not
"There's no truth to any
rumors that we are pulling out,"
Harney said. "People will talk,
but we are here to stay. I think it's
understandable in the
construction business that things
come up that need to be reviewed
-and changed. That's not that
unusual. We could try to put a
definite date on it now, but that
See DELAY, Page 5
Little More Talk
Ross chars with
The Tampa Tribune
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KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
At left, this artist's rendition illustrates what the Church of
Scientology hopes to one day call home in downtown Plant
City. Above, after cleaning out the interior of its new
building at 102 N. Collins St., the Church of Scientology has
done no further work on its proposed center for three
weeks. The center was slated to open this month, but church
officials are not sure when it will open.
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AUGUST 31, 2006 THE COURIER 3
2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
Plant City wide receiver Rakeem Anthony and Durant defensive back Jashiwa Powe leap for a pass during the season-opening football
game at Raider Stadium Friday night. The Cougars jumped in front 14-0, then held on to win, 17-13. Durant hosts Armwood this week
while the Raiders travel to Wharton.
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Pursued by Raider defender Brian Goodman, Durant quarterback Jeremy Fussell
dives for extra yardage.
Cougars Host Armwood
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Raider running back Jacari Bennett drives for the goal line for a second-quarter
Plant City touchdown.
Raiders Visit Wharton
HOPE TO USE MOMENTUM
FROM PLANT CITY WIN
By DAREK SHARP
The season started off about as well
as it could have, and the Durant Cou-
gars went on to win their football
opener against rival Plant City, But the
Cougars know they will have to vastly
improve their play in order to make it a
"We're happy we won the football
game" is how Durant head coach Mike
Gottman summed up last Friday's 17-
13 victory at Raider Stadium. However,
he added that the Cougars "have a
long way to go" still, and must put
forth a superior effort this week in
order to beat Armwood.
Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. at the Ron Frost
Durant had a 14-0 lead before Plant
City knew what hit it, but after that
the Cougars only produced a field
goal the rest of the way and had to
withstand a scare when the Raiders
nearly recovered a punt in the end
zone for what would have been a
The Cougars managed just 125
yards on the ground, between run-
ning backs Matt Wacaser, Kevin
Gainer and quarterback Jeremy
On the opening drive, the offense
looked tremendous, and from 29
yards away Fussell hit Jack Coan for a
"We took the ball right down the
field, had a great drive," Gottman
said. "Then we recovered a fumble in
See COUGARS, Page 20
TURNOVERS PROVE COSTLY
By DAREK SHARP
Three fumbles made for an obvious
decision. Less than a.quarter into the'
Plant City Raiders' season opener,
head coach Kevin Kelley made a
The move is not permanent, but
Kelley hopes the situation becomes
settled sooner than later.
"I don't want there to be a quarter-
back controversy every week," Kelley
said. "It will be whoever plays
In Friday's 17-13 loss to Durant,
there was no doubt as to the answer "
of that question. Derrick Hargrove
struggled in his first start, fumbling
the ball away twice. Both miscues led
to Cougar scores and a 14-0 lead.
Sophomore Clint Stearns came in
and provided stability, helping lead an
offense that went for more than 350
yards. Stearns passed for 137 yards,
completing nine of 14 attempts.
But Hargrove has by no means lost
his shot at taking snaps for the Raid-
"Whoever has the best week of prac-
tice will start," Kelley said.
Plant City must get reliable play
from the starter, and the whole team,
to win this Friday. The Raiders travel
to Wharton, which started off with an
impressive 36-0 defeat of Freedom.
Last year the Wildcats lost their opener
to Freedom, then went undefeated the
rest of the way before falling to Lake
Gibson in the second round of the
See RAIDERS, Page 20
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:JFREEWATERBy GEORGE H. NEWMAN
O' ANALYSis FREE INSTALLATION
H wW, if you call today for The city employees who attended the Aug. 28 city commis-
this limited offer only sion meeting asked commissioners to reinstate merit raises for
'. .oServing IHillsborough County good performance to help offset increasing personal insurance
S" for 32 Years. premiums.
-,-..r32i s. f About 50 of the city's 400 workers showed up at cityhall. They
001= 155spoke about the cost of living, hoping to influence the commis-
sioners who are studying the 2006-07 budget. A final approval of
the budget must be made prior to Oct. 1.
S For 2006, the city expects to pay its employees $16.94 million
in payroll. The proposed budget for 2006-07 estimates payroll to
:o -. -.': .' -. ,-' .. .. .... .. ......... ... -... be about $18.89 million, an increase of 11.5 percent. The
increase includes an across-the-board 4.5 percent raise for
employees and 22 new positions planned for the coming year,
said Martin Wisgerhof, the city's finance director.
Bakery Outlet Karen Bower, a utility maintenance worker, said an entry-
level employee in her department presently makes $8.65 per
hour. The planned raise would increase that figure to $9.04. The
A increase would be offset by a sharper increase in insurance pre-
miums, Bower said.
Ao _."This problem can be seen across the board," Bower said.
r"You would have to look at a pay grade 23 before the pay
e or te increase would be more than the expected additional insurance
S0 Curtis Jenkins, who-works in the engineering department,
and has been employed by the city for about 10 years, said he
can't afford to get health insurance for his wife and three chil-
rDane' dren, and continue to provide for his family.
Divoe P f Y- Ps "I drive a 10-year-old car that is paid for," Jenkins said. "We
Breads' live on a tight budget. Please consider our current situation. We
Riat need your help."
Or F"e, 'Commissioners have scheduled several workshops to discuss
Pros u t .............. Henry McIntyre, a .sanitation worker with experience at
Hours: .............................uD al several area garbage service companies, said Plant City sanita-
1943W. Brandon Blvd. Mon. 9:30 6:00 Prsent this Coupon tion workers provide excellent service, but are underpaid.
Closed Sun.and Recei an additional "If wecan't get what we have to get," McIntyre said, patting
(813) 6574885 _---- 10% OFF his pocket, "then we have to go get it somewhere else."
... .77 E- of.--.r.....RE....HAESeveral years ago Plant City paid a consulting firm for a study
u~.~ .that compared city compensation rates to other area municipal-
ities and government agencies. An adjustment was made to
bring Plant City up to the median. Since that time, employees
-said, Plant City has again fallen behind.
Sanitation worker Lance Larson put it simply.
"The city is growing and you want to be competitive," he said.
..- .::"..I-.."But your pay is below scale. You have some unhappy and
underpaid employees. Ifyou want quality work you have to offer
0. quality pay."
""Mayor John Dicks told the employees he would have City
J Manager David Sollenberger consider their plea.
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AUGUST 31, 2006 THE COURIER 5
The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department Aug.
Driving under the influence,
12:57 a.m., 4900 block of West
DUI, 1:18 a.m., West Baker
and Lemon streets
Retail theft, 1:45 a.m., 2200
block of North Park Road
Aggravated battery, 2:20
a.m., 600 block of North Penn-
Vehicle burglary, 3 a.m., 200
block of South Frontage Road
Fraud, 3 a.m., 1200 block of
Grand theft, 6 a.m., 2000
block of South Frontage Road
Commercial burglary, 6:07
a.m., 900 block of South
Grand theft, 5 p.m., 3500
block of Trapnell Ridge Drive
Criminal mischief, 5:30
p.m., 1300 block of East Ten-
Battery, 7:35 p.m., 4100
block of West State Road 574
Burglary structure, 10 p.m.,
500 block of East Calhoun
DUI, 10:48 p.m., Nosleda
and Baranca streets
Burglary structure, 10:59
p.m., 1400 block of West Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Battery, 11:01 p.m., 4100
block of West State Road 574
DUI, 6:47 a.m., West Baker
and North Ritter streets
Criminal mischief, 9 a.m.,
100 block of Village College
Aggravated battery, 9;35
a.m., 1500 block of East Laura
Residence burglary, 1:34
p.m., 1400 block of Strawberry
Attempted murder, 11:40
p.m., 1200 block of Townsgate
Grand theft, 3 a.m., 1000
block of Morse Street
Vehicle burglary, 7 a.m., 800
block of West Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Burglary, 7:30 a.m., 0-100
block of A Street
Battery, 9:30 a.m., 1200
block of West Grant Street
Drug investigation, 10:57
a.m., South Alexander Street
and Mendonsa Road
Fraud, 1 p.m., 1400 block of
South Collins Street
DUI, 9 p.m., East Baker
Street and North Pennsylvania
Drug investigation, 9:38
a.m., Wilder Road and Majes-
Grand theft, 7:11 p.m., 900
block of South Collins Street
Criminal mischief, 9 p.m.,
800 block of South Collins
Vehicle burglary, 1 a.m., 700
block of South Marshal Street
Battery, 10:30 a.m., 1100
block of West Bates Street
Criminal mischief, 10:43
a.m., 4600 block of West State
Battery, 6:10 p.m., 600 block
of Renfro Street
Drug investigation, 8:07
p.m., James L. Redman Park-
way and West Alexander Street
Fire Damaaes Plant City Home NEWS DIGEST
Plant City Fire Rescue
responded to a house fire Aug.
23 about 7:15 p.m. that caused
damages estimated in excess
When firefighters arrived at
1304 E. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. flames were visible in
one room, fire officials said.
The home's owner, Gloria
Fisher, and her two grandchil-
dren were able to safely get
out of the house.
Fire officials said a battery-
powered smoke detector did
not function, and there was a
delay in reporting the fire.
Both of these circumstances
allowed the fire to intensify
before the firefighters
responded, said Operations
Fire Chief Gene Shuler.
U.S. Attorney Paul I. Perez
announced Aug. 18 that James
Richter, 43, of Plant City was
indicted on charges of identity
theft and fraudulent use of
unauthorized access devices.
According to the indict-
ment, between August 2005
and February 2006, Richter
was employed as a U.S.
Department of Veterans
Affairs police officer -at the
James A. Haley Medical Center
in Tampa. He allegedly uti-
lized a law enforcement data-
base to access personal
identification information and
then used that information to
open credit card accounts.
It is estimated that he pur-
chased $24,000 worth of mer-
chandise, which included a
motorcycle and pickup truck.
Richter resigned from his job
An Aug. 21 shooting that
hospitalized a 21-year-old
Plant City man at a busy gas
station off Thonotosassa Road,
near the Interstate 4
interchange, could be gang
related, police said.
A Hispanic male was shot
three times in the lower body
with a small-caliber handgun
about 11:45 p.m., police
spokesman Sgt. James Shultz
. The shooting ended a
confrontation between two
groups of Hispanic males at
the RaceTrac gas station, 1202
Townsgate Court. Following
the shooting, the suspect left
the area with his companions
in a white and black older
modelMercury Cougar, Shultz
The victim was taken to an
area hospital with non-life
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Warrant issued in shooting
The Plant City Police
Department has issued an
arrest warrant for Alexander
Guzman, 19, of 1810 N. Frank-
Guzman is wanted in the
Aug. 6 shooting of a Hispanic
male at a convenient store at
Trapnell Road and State Road
39, police officials said.
Police responded to a report
of shots fired in the parking lot
of the store, 3590 James L.
Redman Parkway, at 12:30
p.m., said department spokes-
man Sgt. James Shultz.
All police found in the park-
ing lot were shell casings,
Within an hour, the victim
showed up at the South Flor-
ida Baptist Hospital emer-
gency room. Shultz said the
victim was struck three times:
a glancing blow to the left
temple; in the left upper body;
and in the left thigh, near the
Guzman also was jailed in
May 2004 on charges of
attempted first-degree murder
and aggravated assault with a
firearm. Guzman was released
Nov. 10, 2004, without a trial
when the alleged victims
returned to Mexico and the
case was dropped, Hills-
borough County State Attor-
ney officials said.
George H. Newman
Donations Sought For Unity Yard Sale
GROUP HELPS NEEDY IN PLANT CITY. O zx
Unity in the Community, a Plant City charity ". ,
that helps the needy, is seeking for donations .
for a yard sale. : ...
The sale is planned for Sept. 22-23 in the. '
parking lot of the former Kash n' Karry store on .
Wheeler Street between West Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Boulevard and West Renfro Street. :
"We would appreciate if people would look
around and see if there is something in their
homes they have been looking to get rid of,"
said Joyce Jordan, Unity's president. She asks
anyone who is thinking of donating an appli-
ance to make sure it works before donating. ..
The group has already collected some picture "
frames, microwaves, miscellaneous kitchen
items and expects a donation of crafts, office -
supplies and furniture. Anyone making a dona-
tion can also get a tax receipt. "
Unity also will have its new concession trailer ii
at the event and will be selling barbecue ribs, '
drinks, smoothies and coffee. .
Last year, among other donations, Unity MNBRADY/Staff photo
made contributions to Plant City's Meals on
Wheels program and the United Food Bank. It Joyce Jordan, president of the Unity in the
also helped 817 area families with a complete Community, is seeking donations for a yard sale
Thanksgiving dinner, where all the proceeds go to helping the needy.
"We are all volunteers here," Jordan said. Above, Jordan, right, talks to Rhonda Brown of
"No one in our organization gets paid." 'Plant City's Yummy Farms at the Aug. 29
To donate, call 752-1275. Agritech 2006 trade show at the Trinkle Center.
Continued From Page I
Plans for renovating the building have been
approved, according to: the city's building/
code enforcement department.
However, the construction company, Cour-
noy Construction, has yet to pick up the permit,.
said city officials.
Several church and business leaders in Plant
City have expressed concerns about the church
opening a center in the heart of the historic
district, saying the church, which some call a
cult, does not belong here.
Harney said the church will continue to do
outreach projects in Plant City.
"We still have booths at the (monthly) bike
and car shows downtown," she said.
The church also plans to start an English as a
second language program for the Spanish-
speaking population in Plant City next month,
Once it opens, the proposed Scientology and
Dianetic Life Improvement Center will be an
introductory center for Scientology, according
to church officials.
It will offer courses on everything from start-
ing a marriage to finances.
The former home of Frenchman's Market,
the church bought the 12,000-square-foot
building earlier this year for $620,000.
The market has since reopened just around
the corner on Drane Street.
Optimists looking for golf
The Plant City Optimist
Club/Plant City Recreation &
Parks Department 12th
annual golf tournament is in
need of some additional
The tournament is planned
for Oct. 21 at Walden Lake
Golf & Country Club, 2001
Clubhouse Drive. Funds from
the event benefit the Optimist
youth programs in Plant City,
which include the parks
department's youth flag foot-
ball, basketball .and soccer
programs, as well as the city
Easter egg hunt and Steppin'
Stone Farm, Little League
baseball team and four $1,000
high school graduate schol-
The four-person scramble
format will include awards for
first, second and third place. A
$60 per person fee will include
golf, cart, range balls, two
beverage tickets, a meal and
door prizes. Hole sponsor-
ships are also available.
Registration forms are
available at the Recreation &
Parks Department adminis-
tration office, 1904 S. Park
Road, and online at
click the golf tournament
Call: Walt Arnold, 752-1602;
Pat Stottlemyer, 759-1019;
Paul Woods, 752-0356; or Jeb
contest for adults
Hillsborough County Public
Libraries Cooperative is cele-
brating Hispanic heritage
Sept. 1- 30 with a Spanish
poetry contest for adults.
Entry forms can be picked
up at any library branch or
downloaded from the
Library's Web site,
Contestants must be at
least 18 years old. Completed
entry forms and poems must
be turned into any library
branch no later than Sept. 30.
Information: 273-3652, Ext.
2, or visit hcplc.org.
Florida Coastal Cleanup
Keep Hillsborough County
Beautiful, a nonprofit
organization, is looking for
site captains, sponsors and
volunteers for its Florida
Coastal Cleanup set for 8 a.m.
to noon Sept. 16 at sites
Closer to the event date,
volunteers may find a list of
locations, at www.khcbonl-
ine.org. The event is part of an
international effort coordi-
nated through the Ocean
Conservancy to educate
people about the impacts of
litter and involve them with
Last year, more than 2,400
volunteered at 23 locations in
the area and picked up 56,261
pounds of trash.
Sites included Camp Bayou
Preserve, Lake Thonotosassa,
and RowlettPark. Some of the
more unusual items found
included a pingpong table,
punching bag and a trampo-
line, in addition to the usual
cigarette butts. cans, bottles
For information, call 960-
5121 or visit www.khcbonl-
AUGUST 31, 2006 THE COURIER 7
READING BETWEEN THE LINES
Spend Some Time In Jail, It'II Do You Good
If you've never been to jail,
you should. I'm talking about
a visit, of course, in and out
the same day. More than
stopping off at that corner
square in the game of
"Monopoly," but a visit
nonetheless. I've been to jail a
few times over the.years and
the experience is always
So. far my exposure to lock-
up has been limited to three
categories. I've visited
students and friends, led
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Sunday chapel services and -
most recently served as a
reviewer for inmates involved
in a writers' club.
The club is the brainchild
of my friend Henry and
amounts to one of the most
creative and positive inter-
ventions I've seen in Florida's
desperate prison system. In a
corrections culture that
typically appears more
interested in cutting costs
than investing in bona fide
rehabilitation, the image of 40
men in prison uniform -
engaged in literary pursuits is
something we should want to
The correlation between
illiteracy and crime is huge; a
fact undisputed. Yet the state
of Florida has for the past
several years systematically
eliminated scores of programs
designed to nurture academic
enlightenment and facilitate
inmate growth. Residents
who will for good or ill take
their place in society again
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As humans we are all
sentient beings (organisms
endowed with feeling and
Some are sapient (acutely
insightful and wise) and some
are ignorant (lacking
information and knowledge).
Most of us fall somewhere in
between. Our way of life and
the continuation of all that we
value depend in large part on
the cultivation of wisdom and
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Thoughts On Pluto, Scientology And Xenu
Last week, astronomers from around the world got
together in the Czech Republic and decided to
rescind a 1932 ruling that Pluto should be classi-
fied as a planet. The small, dark sphere named
after the Greek god of the underworld will no longer be
classified alongside Mercury, Venus, Earthand the
other commonly known planets.
It was decided that Pluto,
along with its largest moon
called Charon, the asteroid
belt orbital named Ares, and a
large snowball orbiting the
sun well beyond Pluto,
identified as 2003 UB313,
should all be classified as
dwarf planets. Some astro-
nomers expect 50 to 100 like-
sized objects in orbit around
the sun to eventually be
classified as dwarf planets.
No big deal. Pluto is kind of
out of sight, out of mind
anyway. It's one less planet to Scie
remember. I can handle it. Scie
Without going into the Xena
details about the conse- the "
quences of such political who
infighting between astronom- brou
ers, let me say it was the bodi
mention of 2003 UB313, T1
commonly referred to (for arou
now) as Xena, that caused my were
creative mind to make a giant hydr
leap. I immediately thought of (refe
Let me explain, logy,
According to published
accounts, the religion of
ntology teaches that Xenu
to be confused with
a), was an alien ruler of
, 75 million years ago,
Lght billions of frozen
es to Earth in spacecraft.
he bodies were stacked
nd active volcanoes and
then blown to bits using
*ogen bombs. The souls
erred to by L. Ron Hub-
t, the founder of Sciento-
, as body thetans)
tered together and
ntually entered the bodies
of humans, when our ances-
tors first populated this
These thetans caused and
continue to cause all kinds of
subconscious havoc in our
lives, even to this day.
Thus the need, Scientolog-
ists believe, to be cleansed by
auditors (counselors to you
and me), who help members
make sense of it all.
Heaven knows I could use a
It was the close similarity in
the names Xenu and Xena
that caused me to dig into
cyberspace in order to write
this commentary. Upon close
examination, I was
disappointed they weren't
identical, but I still find some
intrigue with the similarity.
Wikipedia, a massive
glossary on the Internet that
identifies everything under
the sun, is contributed to by
computer geeks and bloggers
who love to add to our
confusion about all manner of
things. But most of the
Wikipedia information can be
relied upon to be at least close
to the facts. Editors on the
Web site police what goes in
and what is trashed as ... well,
The reference about Xenu,
the alien ruler, is listed in
Wikipedia as an advanced
teaching in Scientology
studies, revealed to those who
reach Operating Thetan (or
OT) Level III. Insiders say it
takes a ton of cash to advance
far enough in the official stud-
ies of Scientology to get to
that level of understanding.
Personally, I don't have the
money or the inclinationf to
reach OT Level III, or II, but I
don't think I need to spend all
that much cash to buy into
the theory. I get it. It is just a
matter of faith.
After all, I was born, trained
and educated as a Roman _
Catholic through high school.
My mother was originally a
Methodist, as is my oldest
daughter. I have studied the
Bible, Pantheism, mythology,
Greek and Roman deities,
Christian philosophy, and in
order to round me off, my son
and his wife are practicing
Hare Krishna. I think I have
enough experience and
unbiased respect to grasp the
appeal in all religions.
But Scientology is definitely
a bird of a different color.
I've been reading Hubbar-
d's popular self-help book,
"Dianetics," first published in
1950. I find it interesting and
more entertaining than the
similar book, "I'm OK, You're
OK," circa 1960. I find both
works to be beneficial to
understanding the inner self.
But neither book could stand
as a religious doctrine.
See COMMENT, Page 17
It's Not Your Mama's NASCAR
Take a moment and paint a
mental picture of a stereotypi-
cal NASCAR fan.
The final image likely would
be one of a sweaty, good ol'
boy wearing dingy denim
jeans, an "Anybody But
Gordon" T-shirt, "Mama"
tattooed on a bicep, and at
least one visibly missing tooth.
He'd probably have a pinch
of Copenhagen tucked in his
lower lip, and a long-neck
Budweiser in one of his just-
OK, calm down, NASCAR
I'm not here to rip you; I'm
here to speak out against this
unfair stereotype of the
Now that we've put the
pickup truck with the Confeder-
ate flag and the 12-gauge back
up on blocks, can we talk?
Deep in NASCAR's South-
ern roots, where beer flows
like water and race fans
sprout from Southern soil,
NASCAR was born.
During the Prohibition era,
some of the sport's early stars
did their best racing trans-
porting booze on the back-
woods roads of the rural
South while evading the law.
Many of us have traveled
the Plant City roads that some
say were the home to moon-
shiners. Just 60 years ago,
according to local lore, those
roads carried fast cars and
lead-footed drivers that would
come roaring out of the night
running loads of homemade
whiskey to nearby towns.
It was a bunch of good ol'
boys from the South who laid
the groundwork for what
NASCAR is today; honing their
driving skills while bootleg-
ging moonshine on racetracks
known only as the country
These days NASCAR drivers
burn rubber on racetracks in
such places as Darlington,
Daytona Beach and Talladega;
the cars they drive are bil-
lboards on wheels, rolling
advertisements that move at
200 mph. Now the cars are
driven only for the racetrack,
they carry the logo of corporate
sponsors and the sound of "ka-
ching" rings out for the fat cats
from Madison Avenue.
Fortune 500 corporate
sponsors, Northerners and
California types, those
who don't know a lug nut
Plant City's John and Christina Hall refer to NASCAR fans as a big
family. "You go the races and meet other people who become your
friends. They might not be pulling for the same driver as you, but
that doesn't get in the way of having a good time together,"
from a doughnut, have been
lured into NASCAR.
These days the NASCAR fan
might be the gentleman in the
Hilfiger dress shirt who sits
behind a desk all day; it could
be the woman in the power
suit who designs high fashion
clothing in New York.
Race car fans steeped in the
beer and bourbon culture of
the South are starting to break
out the stemware and pop the
bubbly. NASCAR traditions
might stem from beer and
barbecued ribs, but the sport
is now catering to fans with
palates for expensive wines
and hand-rolled sushi. With
tailgate parties, the genteel
have gone "good ol' boy"
Old-timers remember when
NASCAR was just a bunch of
good ol' boys from the South
having fun and spending little
more than the price of a six-
pack to get through the turn-
stile; many wish things could
still be that way, but corporate
sponsorship and big money
has transplanted NASCAR into
big business. Many fans have
been forced out of the bleach-
ers by a $250 ticket price and a
But in spite of the changing
face of the sport, NASCAR is
See LOFSTROM, Page 18
County Recognizes Helping Hands
ACCEPTING GOOD NEIGHBOR
By SARAH ROTHWELL
When Melissa Mathieu and Junette Camp-
bell noticed fights breaking out at the school
bus stop for St. James Place Town Homes, an
apartment complex near University Square
Mall, they didn't think twice about interven-
The women took it upon themselves to act as
mediators and befriend the children whose
parents worked late.
"We were like their second parents," Mathieu
said. "We took care of them after school and
took them places. We were always there for
In 2005, the Hillsborough County Office of
Neighborhood Relations honored Mathieu and
Campbell with the Lonnie Lee Napier Good
Napier was a Town 'N Country resident who
died in 1999 while attempting to rescue a
neighbor's cat from a tree. His good spirit
inspired the county to recognize others work-
ing hard for the benefit of their communities.
Each year, the county presents quarterly
Good Neighbor awards, and the winners go on
to compete for the Lonnie Lee Napier award.
Through Sept. 4, the county is accepting nomi-
nations for the last quarter.
"We are looking for a person who does good
things for their neighbors and in their commu-
nitywithout asking for anything in return," said
David Ash of the neighborhood relations
All Hillsborough County residents are eligi-
ble for nomination. Winners are selected by a
committee appointed by the county commis-
The last quarter good neighbor will receive a
plaque and recognition by the county. The
grand-prize winner receives $2,000 to benefit
their neighborhood association.
"Receiving the award meant a lot to me,"
Mathieu said. "It changed my entire career
path. I was going to go to school to become a
nurse, but now I am going to go to school to
open my own child care center and after-school
Nomination forms are available at www.hi-
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AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Ilien (hapel- 1109 1 lara St.
llunt Olit. !il I i. Ihlalison V
Itount Olire. tiorton Rd. "3"-2626
1501 Colson Rd. "Y3'.396
Ipostolt churchh ofjesit Ch rist:
1212 It Renolds. <"*-.50
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
abundant life: Pinecrest Rd.
Rethan.: 9804* Hanrte Rl..
(altarn Fellou ship.
1110AI. Gonton 't.. "'52- 005
(hristian life .lssen blh:
31205. Miller Rd.. 65"'-M802
IDn er First" SR 5"4 & Pettie Rd.
Faith temple: I-- at Hilllsborugh-Polk
(ount, line. '52-0532
3409 SR39 A. '52-.185
First Plant Citr:
(harlie Griffin Rd.
If of SR39 S. '52. 3351
Fort .flafla: cornerr oJ South Hiy. 39
& Suriller Rd. 3"'- 656
Kersille. SR 640. '3"- 80.;
I-4 at Thonotosassa Rd. "52-1614
tIrker reek RJ. "i'. 5i29
1 icto-' Iorsbip (enter:
County line Rd, "-5-6089
S.rdney: Srdney Rd. PIlO mi. E
of Sidner-.Dier Rd. 659-0532
Tlrke. (reek Rd, 51. 53"2
.Ihair- Ifurke, (reek Rd,
A. of'SR 60. "-3-3".39
lafiaBa Rpl i- 222.1 lafia (umn h' Rd.
.Intiioh- Horton Rd. "3" 3240
Berea. SR39 V. "'.123.
Bethan.I: (ork Rd. "'529209
B-tlel. 804 Ii. Renfro t5. 54-.2239
Beulah: .lliin c. (ounht line Rd.
lithin. "3"- 1122
Bible: (har lie Griffin Rd.
lBurci ood Flemple. Ertlid Dr .
SR 5"'. "2. 3'3-82
(altars Free Will:
5539 irapnell Rd L.
(edar G6rme: Ke.rsille Rd.
(enlral of libla:
Pineresil C KePis ille Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. .lsobrook. "52 3"40
1310A Shannon A.e, 54-5383
crossroads : SR39 S. Pineeresl.
(Ctonitn side Baptist (hurch,
13322 SIdnet Rd.. 5"'1-8200
Doter First: *N. Galtagher Rd.
Eastside: 1318 F. Calhoun St.
East Thonolosassa: clntosh
& Knights-.riffln Rd. 986- 3436
Faith Temple Primilire:
808 IE Washington St. "'5-6661
First Baptist C(hurh of idu at:
fhid uay Rd. "52-""209
first Baptist litbia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
lithia Pinerrest Rd. "'3"-1121
first Plant Ch.':
503 A. Palmer. '52- o104
First Thonotosassa Itissionar,:
,Iklntosh Rd. 986. 4'56
Harmonu Baptist church :
6008 IE Knights Griffin Rd. 986-'165
Hopeuell: R 39 S. "'3"'3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Huyi
leminon: Branch forbc.s Rd.
Iane (fik lone Oak RdL 5.4-52"8
Ilountl Itonah Freen ill-
WiirTen .lo/mnton St. "54--39"'
Ilaount loriah Freeniill.
211i2 (oLon Rd. "3". 1490
tiantl Olire: 601* ,: Ball St.
\eun HopeI reeiill
3101 irdne. Doier Rd.. Doier
Aeun iI. lion fivenill:,
3041 DanieLM Rd.. "523985
1'0 :. franklin St. "52-2"'9
Onakiu'od. Airport Rd, "152-599
Plant f(il' Primitire:
509 \. iere t. "'54-3261
Pleasant Grmre first.
furker (tvek Rd. "'"' .255
ihiloh Baptist Church.
905 Tenrace Dr.. "54.-'45
Springhead: 5. Wiggins Road.
St. luke tissionar':
1085. 9arnell St. "54-- 9.92
St. Mary's Frieeill.
IHunter & Warren 51. "54-6855
St. fltar ,issionkar::
1804 S.R. 60E.., 3'-3668
t Mary's Commtunitr CImrn-h:
90" F. Laura St. "54-1616
Sidneth: 1510 (re Rd. 659-1502
hurker Creek Connunnity,
5iH" Turkte (reek Rd.
Turkey oreek First:
rampnell Rd. "52-"8)90
I kitor -Ili.,onan.I: ,iki Rd
elconome Baptit: 11308 Welome
(hurnb it. (813) "3". 2288
Wesiside 2503 II: Granfjeld A.e.
Uhileht-rsi Rd. 901 ,\. 1ihiehuntt Rld.
little Inion. 15510 county Rd 19.
Saltni Prinillt e-
1 H02 ailemt (huith Rd., ~idnti
St element : H1104 \..lexanler St1.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
%. ilder Rd. 938 \. If idl-rRd.
(opk. Cork RoaLt. "52-1521
lanr 51: 13101. lauraWq.
Springhead. Riggins Rd. "54-li85
I lviofpl-.i. jil hri.1h
first: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd.
.lilntosh Rd, V of SR 5"
CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Aeu G6race: 121-1 E. Laura St
CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland Tenn I
5209 Smith-RAt as Rd
Doter: Don'uring St, 659-2900
Plant C(iv: 2103 O.ndlake Rd, "52- 4591
Furker Creek: lurke (Creek Rd
al SR60., "37'1331
1"02 N'. Iwlar Rd, 986-1916
CHURCH OF GOD
KIngs 'm First: 2808 KingwaY ..,
Plant (itr: Grace fellowship
"13.lsobrook St. 361-8190
first: ,\. Gordon and Baker 51.
Gospel Tabernacle:.tllen C- Haines S1
it. Peter s. 301 Care St.
Delinr (Chun hof Plant rit'
1112 A. Wheeler St..
808 B. Grant St.
Rejuge (lhn-h oj (Our lomd.
"28 i. Ball St.
Full Gospel Fahernacle-
2J11 Samnmnds Rd. "54-3.843
106 S. ferts St.
Frangelists for esus fabernacle:
SR 5"'. F. ofDoter. 659-0102
(alt an Chapel Plant Ciht.
1310 ,'orlh Shannon Are.. 8920510
Christian G'irlth (enter-
1310,. Shannon. "19.2909
Covenant Bible Chumrb:
1408 F. Tomlin St. "5f- 1133
Deeper Ife Fellowship:
Corilla Rd. WofoSR 39 A.
Retir-al Ontreach Center:
225 V. Dorer Rd. 681-.2250
Kingdom Hall: 3202 A.i Maryland Are.
hiun-b of Jesus Christ IDS:
1805 ,N. Park Rd. '52-6364-
Hope C1015: 2001 Park tBld. "52-4622
loIld life ll t:
210 ,lud lake Rd. "52.6064
Plant (itt (ommuniti
thurcht ol he .\aarene
2102 ,tudlake Road. "52- "'63
iu/i Gospel lelloi.sbip.
if. .Iklin A.e.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2 f11 animmonds Rd. "5-.3843
Greater lore C(/nisian Center:
1109 ,. Franklin St. "59-82"0
Iitpact famnili Worship enter.
ileets at Seffiter Flementary
( urih of Florida-
902 E. Renfo St. "64-0929
fampa Bible Fellouship:
10201 E. Hillsboromgh Aie. "5+-26"'
I'nity (hrist (hurc-
1911 N. Goonion S, 659-2621
louman's Praise and Worship (enter.
Holy Protection Orthodox Church:
3820 Moores lake Rd. Dover. 659-0123
Greater Heights Family
.1301 (lemons Rd. '5+- "088
living Baters Foursquare
(hurch: 602 5. Elers St. 59-0528
Neew Hope Worship Center:
803 W. Mahone 51, '"57-6123
Dover: Moore s Lake C Holiness
Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the lifting God:
110(2 irler St. "54-5840
Erangelkal Plant Cit;:
110" Charlie Griffin Rd. "59-9383.1
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 H. Re.1tolds St. '52-4211
Walk a tlh God ltbiLntr-
15141 5R 5"4, IDteer. 659.0930
Plant ih: 2203 .tanberrn' Dr.
SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
'f" ( single .(gina elln ihrip i-
Erangelbm'i 12011 South I _ggigns Rdi.,
First: 103 W Iohnson Rd.
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Stark I united ( iurcb..
291 I ltlia-Pineresl Rd. lanlrico.
(ork: 4815 R. Sant .llten Rd.
Dorer first: Moore s take Rd at
,lelhodist (bun-h Rd. 659 1415
First Plant (ihO. 303,N. Et ers t/.
race: 1801 E. (herm St. 659-3"18
Sunset Heights- Sailter Dr. "5&'-2H1
Springhead 2305 Sparknman Rd.
St. luke: 809 Laura St. "5". 6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Hut at
,listleloe Dr.. 986-"135
tOiniWr Plant Citr:
402 i: lnglthsh .. "52-9316
WORD OF FAITH
Faith Outreach bChurh of Plant (lIt
HCC. Plant (ill Campus,'
John R Trinkle Building
1206 North Park Rd., "'59 92"3
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Pastor's Message 9/3/06
Ihe Molions of Religion"
For inspiring, meaningful
and practical worship,
join us Sunda)
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.
Women's Scrapbooking Club
Wednesday Worship 6.15 p.m.
Activities for Children
& Students: 6:00 p.m.
905 W. Terrace Dr. i. u. eu,'r .-a
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Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pm English, 6-30pm Spanish
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
iCIH ,1 .T5 -1 -..ri"
'7an& ,&,l' 30a.rn Engiish,
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St. .
Plant City, FL 33563
iOt 1--4 E-.,i -'i Souirri
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
1813i754-1237 or ,N13478-1185
3 3N. Eer Street
Downtown Plant CLih
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3505 Lone Oak Road. Plant City
Sunday School 10 00 AM
Morning Worship 11 00 AM
Evening Worship 6 00 PM
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor
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Family Opens Hearts And Home
Terry and Karen Joiner
aren't your ordinary parents;
in fact, they are pretty extraor-
Eight years ago they opened
their home to foster kids and
Karen says they love the expe-
rience of helping kids who
need a home temporarily or
permanently. They've even
adopted two of the foster kids.
Right now, they are sharing
their two-acre country home
and all the animals (ducks,
pony, fish, dogs, cats, birds)
with five foster kids, their two
adopted kids and one biologi-
"We do everything as a
family," Karen said, admitting
there are challenges, espe-
cially in the state foster care
system. "There is a tremen-
dous need for good case work-
ers one child can, have six
case workers over a period of a
One special touch Karen
has is to give each child a
scrapbook and have them
record their experiences with
the family so they can share
them when they leave.
"In a way, time with us is a
missing session in life for their
families," she said.
God bless this special
Goodman not hard to find;
he's with gators
It takes a good man to do a
good job and it takes a brave
one to be an alligator handler.
Caleb Goodman, the 21-
year-old son of Teresa Good-
man of Plant City, is learning
the ins and outs of alligators at
Everglades Holiday Park Camp
near Fort Lauderdale. When
he's not handling alligators,
Caleb has a tree and stump
grinding business and helps
his father, an airboat captain
in the Everglades.
He would like to get a
license to hunt small gators
and take them into schools to
teach kids "gator safety,"
including tips like don't feed
them in the wild.
Kudos for Manning, Logue
You know you're special
when you get your own park-
Margaret Manning, a 40-
year employee of South Flor-
ida Baptist Hospital, was
recently honored with just
that. This dedicated lady is a
sterile processing coordinator
in the surgery department.
Also honored was the
August Team Member of the
Month, Sasha Logue, a
medical/surgical patient care
technician at the hospital.
This young lady is an extra
right hand to the nurses.
Margaret and Sasha are
proud to be at South Florida
"I know I'm doing some-
thing good and making a dif-
ference in the community,"
Congratulations to these
Johnson tours Great Wall
China is a long way from
Michael Johnson's favorite
place the beach but he says
it was a great experience.
As part of the Scholar
Laureate program, Michael
spent two weeks at the begin-
ning of the summer touring
spots like the Great Wall of
He was introduced to the
program while in high school
and made trip as a sopho-
more in college.
In July, he was off, alone this
time, to London, Paris, Barce-
lona, and met up with his par-
ents and grandfather in
Photo courtesy of Teresa Goodman
Don't try this at home. Alligator handler Caleb Goodman has a
gator by the tail.
It's back to the books now
as a junior at the University of
South Florida where he's
majoring in business market-
Michael's parents are Fred
and Tammy Johnson, and his
grandparents are Elton and
Evelyn Johnson, and Manuel
and Velma Glaros, all of Plant
Many more years of happi-
ness to Troy and Cammie
(Willaford) Wasden who cele-
brated their .second wedding
anniversary July 16.
Cammie, a graduate of Plant
City High School, is the
daughter of Lonnie Willaford
and granddaughter of Hoyt
and Ruby Willaford.
Troy, who graduated from
Durant High School, is the son
of Roger and Laura Wasden -
who celebrated their 25th
wedding anniversary May 23 -
and the grandson of Ethel
Happy anniversary to all.
Have a birthday or family
event you would like to see in
Betty's column? Send items
or mail or hand deliver to The
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N. Wheeler St., Plant City, FL
Continued From Page 1
City Attorney Ken Buchman.
The Plant City ordinances are mod-
eled after a 2003 Pinellas County ordi-
nance that was upheld by the Second
District Court of Appeals in Lakeland,
giving the Plant City ordinance equal
Sharon Hunnewell-Johnson, the
president of Galaxy Fireworks, which
placed 20 fireworks tents in the city in
the past year, objected to the city's
"This isn't about safety," said Hun-
newell-Johnson, after listening to
Police Chief Bill McDaniel quote a lit-
any of national statistics from 2003.
"How many injuries related to fire-
works were reported in the last year in
Plant City? How many fires in Plant
City were caused by the use of fire-
Plant City Fire Chief George Shiley
said last month there were no fires or
injuries related to fireworks. But he
supports the new ordinance.
Hunnewell-Johnson said commis-
sioners were more concerned about
the noise made by fireworks used in a
"It's the noise ordinance they should
be considering, not the sale of fire-
works," she said.
Hunnewell-Johnson said the new
ordinances would make Plant City the
only municipality in Florida that pro-
hibits the outdoor sale of fireworks.
Commissioners Mary Thomas
Mathis, Rick Lott and John Dicks said
safety was an important part in voting
for the new restrictions. Mathis and
Lout said they have heard many com-
* plaints by people in the city about the
private use of fireworks.
"The state law is already on the
books and should be enforced," Dicks
said. "We are going to enforce this
Commissioner Robert Brown said it
was inappropriate for the buyers to
sign papers saying they are agricultural
users., if they are not. He also said tents
were unattractive and did not want
Plant City to look like a carnival during
July and December.
Commissioner Bill Dodson said this
was another opportunity for the city to
control its own destiny.
"We didn't want tattoo parlors
inside the city limits," he said. "And we
don't want the sale and use of fire-
works to the general public. We have
the right to control our community
AUGUST 31, 2006 THE COURIER *11
IN THE SPIRIT
The Rev. Wayne Roberts: Northside Baptist
With at least 39 churches
in the "Shiloh Association,"
there is no shortage of local
Baptist clergy. Each spiritual
leader, however, communi-
cates a different presenta-
tion of the message. The Rev.
Wayne Roberts preaches at
Northside Baptist, 1700 N.
Franklin St. He talked with
The Courier about his life
and ministry. For more
information about the
church, call 752-2779.
Q: How long have you
been at Northside?
A: I came May 1997. We
moved from Springtown,
Texas, where 1 did student
Q: How's it going?
A: The Lord is blessing us
and we're a strong church.
We've made a conscious
decision to reach out, and
I've been burdened with
reaching this community.
We've seen several families
visiting and others calling in
a time of need.
Q: What's Northside's
A: When I came here the
motto was, "A church with a
personal touch." If we're
going to say that we're going
to have to do that and we
have. We accept folks just as
they are. We're interested in
people having at least an
encounter or an opportunity
to have an experience with
Q: How important is
church in a community?
A: Real important. This
church has been here 60
years. The property used to
be called "Hell's Half Acre,"
and I've been told people
would come here and bring
their fights and drinking.
That's how we were birthed,
from a vision to redeem this
property. Because we're
here, I know we're making a
Q: Do you still feel the fire?
A: Absolutely. We all go
through dry spells where we
lose focus or get discour-
aged. But the Lord has really
blessed us in areas that has
kept that fire going.
See SPIRIT, Page 15
Northside Baptist Church,
1700 N. Franklin St., sits on
land that was once known for
fights and drinking. "That's
how we were birthed, from a
vision to redeem this
property," said Rev. Wayne
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Donald S. Reid, 51, of
Orlando died Aug. 14.
He was born in Marietta,
Ga., and served in the U.S.
Army 82nd Airborne Division.
He was a cabinet maker and
He is survived by his
mother, Veanie Addington of
Plant City; two sisters, Susan
McKittrick of Plant City and
Joan Graf of Texas; his
grandmother, Vivian Clarkof
Plant City; his stepmother,
Geri A. Reid; and two step-
brothers, Eric Addington and
Haught Funeral Home.
Anna Wildberger, 94, of
Plant City died Aug. 15.
She was born in Baltimore
and was a homemaker.
She attended First United
Methodist Church of Plant
She is survived by a son,
Jerry of Edgewater; two daugh-
ters, Roberta Ortiz of Plant
City and Joan Biedenkapp of
Edgewater; a brother, Jack
Hook of Baltimore; 11 grand-
children; 22 great-grandchil-
dren; and five
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Jewel B. Smith, 87, of Plant
City died Aug. 16.
She was born in Opp, Ala.,
and came here 65 years ago.
She was a homemaker and a
member of Countryside Bapt-
ist Church where she was a
longtime Sunday school
She is survived by two sons,
James of Plant City and Ralph
of Dover; a daughter, Dianne
McClernan of Plant City; a
brother, R.L. Avant of Dover;
14 grandchildren; 21 great-
grandchildren; and seven
Haught Funeral Home.
Martha A. Smith, 97, of,
Plant City died Aug. 16.
She was born in Bay City,
Texas, and, came here from
New York in 1972.
She worked as a secretary to
former President George Bush
when he was U.S. Ambassador
to the United Nations.
She attended St. Peters
Episcopal Church in Plant
She is survived by two sons,
Don Hargrove of Ellington,
Conn., and Alen Reed of Boca
Raton; seven brothers, J.D.
Reed, Bob Reed, Tom Reed,
Sam Reed, David. Reed, Joe
Reed and Willis Reed, all of
Texas; and four grandchil-
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Anthony J. Balestreri, 76, of
Plant City died Aug. 17.
He was born in Waukegan,
Ill., and came here from
Illinois in 1946.
He served in the U.S. Navy
and was a life member of VFW
He was a railroad laborer
and a Catholic.
He is survived by his wife,
Gronda; two sons, Maj.
William G. of Fredericksburg,
Va., and Rodney L. of Lake-
land; a daughter, Norma Jean
Chancey of Plant City; a
brother, Geno of Lake City;
two sisters, Cathy Christers-
son of Jacksonville and Vir-
ginia Griggs of Cerritos, Calif.;
and nine grandchildren.
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Al Hood, 69, of Plant City
died Aug. 18.
He was born in Bartow and
was a lifelong resident of Plant-
He was a U.S. Army V veteran
and a founder and partner in
Central Maintenance and
Welding Inc. He retired in
He is survived by his wife of
45 years, Martha; a son, Jon of
Baton Rouge; a daughter,
Krysta of Plant City; two broth-
ers, Joe of Plant City and Del of
North Florida; a sister, Gayle
of North Florida; and a grand-
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Bible study at Trinity United
Trinity United Methodist,
402 W. English St., offers a
weekly Bible study course
every Wednesday morning at
Beginning Sept. 6, the
church will hold a discipleship
class Wednesdays from 7 to 8
Books for the course are $i0(
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The Orthodox Christian
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Plant City died Aug. 19.
She was born in Hungary
and was a homemaker.
She attended St. Peter's
Episcopal Church. -
She is survived by her
husband, Leslie; two daugh-
ters, Vera Small of Plant City
and Eva of Los Angeles; and
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Nellie E. Farnsworth, 78, of
Lakeland died Aug. 20.
She was born in Plant City
and was a lifelong resident of
She retired in 1984 from the
records division of the Lake-
land Police Department.
She was a member of Med-
ulla Baptist Church.
She is survived by her
husband, Vernon L.; three sons,
James L. and C. Wayne, both of
Lakeland, and Michael A. of
Brandon: skL grandchildren:
and two great-grandchildren.
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lames ,'R. Nappier, 76, of
Plant City ded Aug. 20.
He. was brn in Tampa and
was a lifelong resident of Plant
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
of the Korean War and was a
mechanic for the W.R. Grace
He is survived by his wife,
Erma Jean; a son, Joe of Fort
Meade; two daughters. JoAnn
Norris of Douglas, Ga., and Jan
Parker of Nashville, Ga.; a
sister, Hazel Johnson of Lan-
gley, S.C.; nine grandchildren;
and five great-grandchildren.
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George Tomiczek, 85, of
Plant City died Aug. 21.
He was born in Moline, Ill.,
and came here from Texas 19
He was a an Air Force vet-
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Korean and Vietnam wars.
He was a photo lab techni-
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Thomas M. Murphy, 80, of
Plant City died Aug. 21.
He was born in Dundee,
Scotland, and came here from
Arlington, Mass., in 1989.
He was a vending techni-
cian and a Presbyterian.; :
He was a mason of Albert
Lodge No. 448 in Dundee;
founder of the Kilted Craft
Degree Team of Boston; and
past master of the Universal
Peace Lodge No. 1208 in Batr-
He is survived by his wife,
Edith A.; two daughters, Mar-
garet Murphy of Cohassett,
Mass., and Gail Sullivan of
Sarasota; a cousin, Joe Cairns
of Palm Harbor; and three
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Q: Where do you find your
A: 1 enjoy study time and I
enjoy delivering the mes-
sage. Dealing with people is
what God has called me to
Q: Where were you raised?
A: I was born in Lakeland,
1963. We attended Dixie
Highway Baptist in Auburn-
dale then moved to Gapway
Baptist in my teen years.
Q: How about education?
A: Lakeland High School,
then Gardner-Webb Univer-
sity, North Carolina. I went
as tight end on a football
scholarship. Later, I went to
Southwestern Seminary in
Dallas where I earned a
master's degree in divinity in
Q: When did you hear the
A: IJheard thie call in 1983
when my wife and I chaper-
oned a student camp at
Ridgecrest Baptist Confer-
ence Center in North Caro-
lina. Until then, I had
thought God wanted me to
be a teacher or a PE coach.
Q: Why Plant City?
A: I was on a mission trip
to Africa in 1996. God can
get your attention when
you're on foreign soil.
"You've got to be willing for
me to use you wherever I
want to use you." I surren-
dered to his will and when I
got home my pastor asked,
"What are you still doing
here? You need to go pastor
Q: What is God teaching
A: That it's easy to lose
sight of people. We can't get
so caught up in building
empires that we neglect
people we need to be
reaching. We need to teach
our people to be "The
church at large."
Q: Do you have family at
A: I married Daphene
McMullen in 1981. We have
four boys: Clay, 24, is a
professional soccer player.
Caleb and Cheyne attend
Palm Beach Atlantic and
play men's soccer. Cameron
is in seventh grade.
Q: What makes you proud
A: Her support, her love.
My joy comes in my wife's
support and our partnership
in ministry. She has a gift of
discernment and she's an
Q: What makes a strong
A: We just celebrated 25
years. Good open communi-
cation, trust, a great deal of
concern for each other, and
not being selfish. It takes
Q: Do you enjoy television?
A: Sports, Little League
baseball, and we try to watch
soccer. We like to watch
things that make us laugh.
Q: What are you reading?
A: I'm juggling several
-books. Bobby Welch, "You,
the warrior leader." I'm also
reading a book on Henry T.
Blackaby. Then, "Getting
through the tough stuff of
life" by Chuck Swindoll.
Q: Who's the cutting edge
of Christian music?
A: Chris Tomlin, Casting
Crowns, Third Day and New
Q: Why love Plant City?
A: It's still a family atmos-
phere but we're not bogged
down, not locked into a
small town. We can still get
involved and people are
willing to help each other.
Q: What's your favorite
A: "How great thou art."
Singing about the bigness of
Q: Do you have a Bible
verse for readers?
A: "I am not ashamed of
the Gospel, because it is the
power of God for the salva-
tion of everyone who
believes." (Romans 1:16) We
need to claim that.
Q: What do you do for fun?
A: My fun time recently
has been spending time with
my wife. I've made that com-
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insight. We would be well
advised to make the most of
any opportunity that comes
our way to tip the balance in
favor of learning.
The recent history of
Florida corrections, however,
has amounted to a litany of
ditched education programs,
slashed resources such as
library services and dehu-
manization on a fundamental
level. We lock more people
away, politicians line up
behind the clamor to "throw
away the key" and public
debate can't seem to get
beyond topics such as the
merits of electrocution over
lethal injection or chilling
references to "good old-
Without the practice of
civility, mutual trust and
unselfish conduct, civilization
as we know it will most
certainly fail to exist. The line
is that distinct, and the
distance between community
and chaos that short. At the
same time we must remember
that behavior is not intuitive
so much as it is learned ... and
taught. This means incarcera-
tion can and should be an
opportunity to advance the
human spirit rather than
limited short-sighted retribu-
tion and terminal judgment.
Yet so often we respond
with reactionary zeal and
continue to avoid the critical
imperative to rehabilitate -
not only the individual but
the collective soul of our
precariously balanced culture.
This summer I had the
privilege of judging the essay-
writing competition at Polk
Correctional Institute. The
facility with a capacity of
more than 1,000 inmates -
tellingly lists its academic
'programs: "None at this
time." Weight training,
however, is an offering many
convicts enjoy. Bulked up
bodies and atrophied brains,
not exactly the combination
that enthuses me when I think
But it's not really surpris-
ing. Not when we consider the
scope of budget cuts handed
down in recent years by the
In this age of increased tax
revenues Tallahassee contin-
ues to cut salaries for correc-
tions workers while thumbing
its collective nose at a popula-
tion of prisoners most of us
would rather not acknow-
ledge at all if we can possibly
But we can't avoid it, and
we certainly shouldn't. These
people live in Florida too, and
they're not going away.
I've got to tell you, the essay
competition revealed some
fine potential, and when I
talked with these guys at the
awards luncheon I was struck
by the small distance real
hope resides beneath the
surface. Now that's some-
thing we have to mine.
Like I said, we all need to
spend some time behind the
Get your feet wet, allow
yourself to believe, lobby for
prison reform, pray for these
men. Head to head, good
defeats evil every time.
Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
him at derekmaul@-
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But somehow the Sciento-
logists managed to be
recognized as a religion in
this country, even though
they don't seem to have a
god-like figure in their
teachings. Hubbard is
referred to as the "source,"
but I don't get any idea that
he is revered as a god.
According to Wikipedia,
from the time Scientology
had its.tax exemption
removed by the Internal
Revenue Service in 1967, to
the reinstatement of the
tax exemption in 1993,
Scientology filed approxi-
mately 2,500 lawsuits
against the IRS.
The Scientologists do
believe in reincarnation,
however, which is certainly a
spiritual philosophy. Chris-
tians and Jews believe in an
afterlife, if not reincarna-
tion. Hindus, Islamists and
Hare Krishna followers
believe in reincarnation,
although they differ from
Scientologists on that count.
Scientologists don't believe
thetans (souls) inhabit -
animals other than human
beings. But I am just
touching the surface.
For me, whether it's Xena
or Xenu, take your pick. It's
all fascinating to me.
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reporter for The Courier.
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Sat., Sept. 2...................... 5:30 p.m.
STATE SENATE DISTRICT 180(0):
Gerald White (Arthenia L. Joyner
declined to participate)
Sun., Aug. 13........................ 5 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 15 ................ 1:30 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 17.................... 3:30 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 19..... ...............5:30 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 21...............8:30 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 24................... 10 a.m.
Sat., Aug. 26...................... 10:30 p.m.
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Wed., Aug. 30....................8:30 a.m.
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Sat., Sept. 2.......................... 5 p.m.
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Hakim Aquil, Betty Reed (Warren Hope
Dawson declined to participate) .
Sun., Aug. 13..................... 11:30 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 16........................ 8 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 19..................... 4:30 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 21......................... 8 p.m.
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Sat., Aug. 26................... ...... 9 p.m.
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Thurs., Aug. 31....................9:30 p.m.
Sat., Sept.2 ....................... 4:30 p.m.
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DISTRICT 1 (R): Rose V. Ferlita, Don
Kruse, Gary Santti (BradSwanson
declined to participate)
Mon., Aug. 14.......................... 10 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 16........................ 6 p.m.
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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY COMMISSION
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Mon., Aug. 14................... 9:30 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 16................... 7:30 p.m.
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Mon., Aug. 14........................ 8 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 15................ ....... 8 a.m.
Wed., Aug. 16...................... 8 p.m.
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Georgiades, April Griffin, David L.
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Ch. 20 .......Sat., Aug. 19 at 5:30 p.m.
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Ch. 19........ Thurs., Aug. 24 at 5 p.m.
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(nonpartisan): Elizabeth (Betsey) Hap-
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still alive and well right here
in Plant City.
John and Christina Hall,
and their two daughters,
Kendall, 9, and Lindsey, 5,.
are as'American as, well,
Disney World and Dale
From February through
November they watch
NASCAR races on TV, play
NASCAR fantasy games,
make annual pilgrimages to
the track at Daytona and
have plenty and I mean
plenty! of NASCAR stuff.
The family's collection of
includes more than four
cars; banners, hats, shirts,
jackets, and coffee mugs all
neatly displayed in a spare
"There are a few things'
you should know before you
head to your first NASCAR
race," John said. "For
starters, it is important that
you follow a driver. NASCAR
is more than watching cars
moving around an oval
track. You have to have a
favorite driver that will put
you into the race to make the
race interesting. For us it's
Dale Earnhardt Jr."
What does Christina like
Continued From Page 14
uled for Oct. 13 and 14.
Oct. 13: Friday morning
breakfast for the business
community from 7:30 to 8:45
at the Ramada Inn; Friday
afternoon session from 2 to 5
at First Baptist Church for
pastors and staff; arid Friday
evening conference from 7 to
9 at First Baptist Church
featuring special music.
Oct. 14: Saturday morning
conference from 9 to noon;
Saturday afternoon confer-
best about the sport?
"It's just seems NASCAR
fans are family," she said.
"You go to the races and
meet other people who
become your friends; they
might not be pulling for the
same driver as you, but that
doesn't get in the way of
having a good time
"That's true," said John.
"When we go to a Bucca-
neers game the mood is
different. If you're not for
the Bucs you're given the
feeling by fans that you
shouldn't be there. NASCAR
is not like that at all, its
They've figured it out,
those "good ol' boys" frqm
NASCAR. Their sport has
grown from a regional
curiosity into a billion-dollar
industry worthy of prime-
time exposure they are
entrepreneurs on wheels.
Oh sure, many still stereo-
type them as a bunch of
guzzling hillbillies named
Ricky Bobby, but it's wrong,
If you think a toothless
grin, tattooed arms and a
Copenhagen dip define
today's NASCAR and its fans,
Editor's note: Jerry Lofs-
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Free Tai Chi Classea
BEGIN SEPT. 12
Expect a little taste of the
Far East at the Bruton
Memorial Library next month
when the library starts a free
tai chi class.
The Taoist Tai Chi Society of
the USA Inc. will offer four free
Tuesday classes, Sept. 12, 19,
26 and Oct. 3 from 6 to 8 p.m. at
the library, 302 McLendon St.
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A volunteer instructor from
the Brandon Branch of the
society will teach the first 17
moves of the Taoist tai chi set
in the first class. More than 20
people have already signed up
for the class.
"Tai chi is something that
benefits almost anyone,
regardless of physical condi-
tion," said Susan Shuler, pres-
ident of the Brandon Branch
Council of the society. The
group is running the classes at
the Plant City library. "Even
those with poor balance or
severe physical problems can
benefit form tai chi, but at the
same time there's always
something to learn, so it's
According to Shuler, many
of those who come to the
classes are just starting to feel
the aches and pains that come
"Those aged 45 to 65 are our
most frequent ages, but we
have people of all ages. Some more spiritual. It's an individual
in our classes now are in ele- thing, but it's rare to find some-
mentary school while we have one who does not experience
others over 90. It can be bene- some kind of benefit."
ficial for all ages." The Brandon society is "a
Those who have never taken very vigorous branch," Shuler
a tai chi class before can said. "We not only teach
expect a number of benefits, classes here in Brandon, but
said Shuler, who first started we are now teaching external
taking tai chi classes in 2000. classes in places like Plant
"Many report a decrease in City, Ruskin and Temple Ter-
aches and pains and better race one or two days a week."
balance. Some feel mentally For more information on
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Cross Country Runners
Pick Up The Pace
Strikes and spares
Plant City High School special-education teacher Sandy Denham registers and picks up T-
shirts for her students, including Marty Noller, right, at Brandon Crossroad Bowl before the
start of the annual Special Olympics county bowling competition. More than 300 bowlers
and volunteers took part in the countywide event, including several Plant City student
athletes and volunteers. For information on how to get involved, visit www.sofl.org.
1ST MEET SEPT. 6
By DAREK SHARP
Durant cross country coach
Bryce Predmore has taken a
literal approach to supplying
his team with some additional
Sensing this year's squad,
off a surprise trip to the state
meet, was taking it easy for the
first few practices, Predmore
did some investigating.
"I drove my truck around to
follow, and some of the guys
were walking once they got
into the woods," said Pre-
dmore. "So I decided to start
running with them. I just hang
back in the back and keep an
eye on things."
The few "shortcuts" aside,
Predmore has to like what his
eyes are seeing so far. Though
Juan Reynoso and Jack Bello
graduated from the state-
qualifying group, the Cougars.
do return top runner Khema-
ron Kelly along with Kevin
Overall, the turnout has
been strong. Predmore said 29
runners were at practice
Monday; only five runners
count toward a team score for
each meet, so teams generally
don't have more than a dozen
or so participants.
And John Mitchell, who has
played basketball for Durant
but is trying out cross country
for the first time, has been a
"He is super, super fast,"
Last year, Kelly, Reynoso
and Jones all finished in the
top 13 at the regional meet,
good enough to help Durant
to a fifth-place finish and a
trip to the state 4A event.
Of all the fall sports, cross
country is the last one to get
under way. Durant's boys and
girls teams, along with Plant
City, will take part in the East
Hillsborough Invitational on
The second meet of the
season is the Raider Invita-
tional on Sept. 12.
Fishing derby set for Sept. 23
The semiannual, free Kids All-Ame-
rican Fishing Derby, hosted by Plant
City Recreation and Parks Department,
will be held in the back parking lot of
Plant City Stadium Sept. 23 from 8:30-
Preregistration for ages 6-15 will be
until Sept. 21 at 5 p.m. at the parks
administrative office, 1904 S. Park
Road. On-site registration will begin at
8 a.m. Sept. 23.
Anglers must be accompanied by an
adult and need to bring their own
poles and bait.
World Team Tennis bash
The Plant City Tennis Center at Ellis-
Methvin Park is offering a World Team
Tennis bash Sept. 9 from 9:30 a.m. to 9
p.m. for ages 18 and over. WTT is coed
teams competing in a format that con-
sists of six no-ad sets. One set of men's
and women's doubles followed by
men's and women's singles, ending
with two sets of mixed doubles.
Cost is $15 per person for tennis,
goodie bag, lunch and dinner.
The facility, 120 North Wilder Road.
Reservations required.. Information:
www.plantcitygov.com/rec, or contact
or call the tennis center, 707-7485.
Start Smart program
Registration is set for September 1-
20 for the ninth season of Start Smart
Sports Development, a National Alli-
ance for Youth Sports program.
Developed by top motor-skills
development specialists in the field of
youth sports, Start Smart parent-child
groups perform motor skill tasks that
gradually build confidence in children
while they are having fun at the same
time. Developed for ages 3-5, this six
week program, meeting once a week
on Monday evenings in October and
November, costs $25 per parent/child
team. Sessions are at the Dort Street
tennis courts (rain location Planteen
Register Sept. 1-20 at the Planteen
Recreation Center, 301 Dort Street.
Space is limited.
I n f o r m a t i o n:
www.plantcitygov.com/rec, click the
Start Smart link, or contact Deborah
v.com, or call 757-9166.
Continued From Page 3
the end zone and it was 14-0.
Then, they kind of woke up."
Plant City indeed drew to
within 17-10 in the third
quarter, and had a chance to
tie the game when Durant had
a miscue on the punt and the
ball rolled back to the Cougar
1-yard line. That's where
upman Robbie Beck was able
to shield off Plant City's
Denzel Drone, who was trying
to pounce on the ball. Paul
Adee then scooped it up and
ran the ball out 20 yards.
Though the Raiders still got
the ball, there was at least
some room for the defense to
make a stop, which it did.
Plant City was forced into set-
tling for a field goal the 17-13
lead held the rest of the way.
Defensive lineman Eric
Council made 12 solo tackles,
nose tackle Jamal Clark and
DB Josh Thomas also had
strong nights on defense.
But the task gets a lot larger
"They are loaded," Gottman
said. "They are very, very fast
and physical. They play foot-
ball the way it's meant to be
Armwood last week made
up for its lone loss of the previ-
ous regular season by beating
However, the Hawks suf-
fered a big blow when starting
running back Eric Smith dislo-
cated his elbow. The Hawks
hope to get Smith (1,500 yards
last year) back for the playoffs,
but until then will have to
hope for a lead tailback to
emerge. Fullback Marquis
Branton, a punishing runner,
will no doubt see many more
The Hawks, who won the
state title in 2003 and 2004
before finishing as runners-up
last year, generally don't need
After the 21-20 defeat to
Hillsborough in the 2005
opener, Armwood did not
allow double-digit points in
any of the next 12 games.
Torrey Davis, a top college
prospect, is a menace along
the defensive line.
Last year, Armwood, a week
after the defeat to Hills-
borough, beat Durant 44-0.
"We're going to try and
come out of this game fairly
healthy. They are huge," Got-
Continued From Page 3
The Raiders were able to
shake off the horrendous start
thanks to its defense and the
play of Stearns. Plant City was
very successful using the
shovel pass, many to running
back Sirchauncy Holloway.
Jacari Bennett ran for 102
yards and Keith Dawson
added 82, .but penalties one
took away a Bennett 30-yard
touchdown proved too costly
"Definitely, the penalties
killed us, along with the turn-
overs," Kelley said.
A fumble oni'W-itcf'play set
the Cougars up near midfield touchdown, and would have by Chamberlain, 26-0; Bloo-
for their first drive, which tied the game in the third mingdale was also blanked,
resulted in a 7-0 lead. After quarter. 35-0, by Plant; and East Bay
fumbling again but having "Give credit, their punter was trailing Leto at the half
Plant City recover, Hargrove had the wherewithal to tackle before rallying to victory.
was not as fortunate on the Denzel, and bottom line we Wharton had a slow start
third cough-up. Shane settled for three points there against Freedom, but then
McDougall fell on the ball in instead of recovering it in the turned it on with three touch-
the end zone and the extra end zone. That was a big downs in the second quarter.
point had Durant up 14-0. momentum changer," Kelley The Raiders will surely have
Kelley said that e Raiders .said. their eyes trained on Whar-
could have been'alled for "J6hnathan Dupree was ton's Joel Miller.
intentional grounding, which strong on two field goals. Even though he had flu-like
would have been a safety and If there's any consolation, conditions and was vomiting
a 9-0 score. none of the other teams in during the game, Miller
The other play that stuck Plant City's district, Class 5A- insisted on staying in and
with Kelley was the punt block District 7, had especially good ended up with three touch-
t1iat nearly'becafme 'a RAiddr '"nights. Brarido6 w'as" shu' out dt6ws."TW6 'df theim came"in
the final quarter, one on a 30-
yard run. The Wharton
defense made two intercep-
tions as well.
"They certainly are a good
team. They have 17 starters
coming back. It will certainly
be a tough task," Kelley said.
Last year the Wildcats gave
Plant City perhaps its toughest
The Raiders led 14-0 and
had the ball in Wharton terri-
tory late in the first half, but
the Wildcats returned a
fumble 83 yards for a touch-
down to get back in the game
and wend(on to win 27-14.
AUGUST 31, 2006 THE COURIER 21
Lark Photo and Framing, 1912 James L.
Redman Parkway, plans a ribbon cutting
Aug. 31 at 10:30 a.m.
Plant City Bike Fest
Keeping with the monthly tradition,
bikers and motorcycle fans will gather in
downtown Plant City Sept. 2 from 5 to 9
p.m. to enjoy food and products from more
than 70 vendors and sponsors. Thousands
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.plantci-
The Blackwatch Labor Day Soccer Tour-
nament is Sept. 2-4 at the Otis M. Andrews
Sports Complex, 2402 E. Cherry St. Fifty
teams are expected to participate. Plant
City's U-14 boys team, the Lancers, are set
to play at 5 p.m. Sept. 2, 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.,
Sept. 3; and 10 a.m. on Sept. 4. The tourna-
ment final is scheduled for Sept. 4 at 2 p.m.
The Lancers U-13 team is also looking for a
player. Call 299-2449 for information about
the tournament or the Lancers.
Christian Women's Club
The Plant City Christian Women's Club
plans a "Tapestry Design" luncheon Sept. 5
at 11:30 a.m. at Walden Lake Golf and
Country Club on Clubhouse Drive. Jeweler
Diane Kennedy will share fashion designs
at the event.
For reservations and complimentary
nursery, call Carol, 759-1708, or Diane, 659-
3487 by Aug. 31.
Beginning line dance lessons
Line dance lessons for beginners are
planned Sept. 5 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at
Strawberry Square, 4401 Boot Bay Road.
Information: 752-0491 or visit
Turkey Creek Class of 1961
The Turkey Creek High School Class of
1961 is planning the group's 45-year reun-
ion and is trying to locate the following
classmates: Louise (Brown) Graves, Betty
Jean (Hall) Sadler, Sylvia Holmes, Joann
(Houck) Armachain, Marvin Meeks, 'Doro-
thy Hicks Odom, Jeanette Buser Weinstein
and Grantland Pate. A meeting is planned
for Sept. 7 at 6:30 p.m. at BuddyFreddys,
1101 Goldfinch Drive. Call: Elaine (Rodg-
ers) Lister, 752-0118.
Friday Night Gospel Sing
Mount Zion Assembly of God, 3005 Tho-
notosassa Road, will present a Friday Night
Gospel Sing featuring the Goldizen Family
at 7 p.m. Sept. 8.
Please bring paper goods donations for
the Real Life Children's Ranch in Okeecho-
Teen night at MLK center
A teen night at the Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Recreation Center with pizza and
music is planned at 8 p.m. Sept. 8.
The events are for ages 13 to 17 and last
until midnight. Cost: $5.
For more information about the MLK
Center, contact La'Tosha Lewis at llewis-
@plantcitygov.com or call 757-9195.
Celebration for Life banquet
The Celebration for Life banquet is set
for Sept. 11 at 5:45 p.m. at St. Clement
Catholic Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.
Guest speaker will be Thomas A. Glessner,
president of the National Institute of Family
& Life Advocates. The event benefits the
`-Pregnancy Care Center of Plant City.
Free tai chi classes
The Bruton Memorial Library and the
Taoist Tai Chi Society of the, USA Inc. will
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Pick of the Week
Photo courtesy of Jodi Smith
The Plant City Chamber of Commerce is selling tickets for a 2006 Harley Davidson
Dyna Wide Glide for its annual bike raffle. Proceeds go to a chamber foundation to
help with a pediatric prescription fund at South Florida Baptist Hospital and a local
food bank. Tickets are $20 each. Persons purchasing five tickets get a sixth for free.
Above, chamber member Jodi Smith poses with the bike. The drawing will be made
Oct. 7 at Bike Fest in downtown Plant City which will be celebrating it's fourth
anniversary. Call: 754-3707.
offer four free Tuesday classes, Sept. 12, 19,
26 and Oct. 3 from 6 to 8 p.m., at the Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.
At the first class, a volunteer instructor
from the Brandon branch will teach the
first 17 moves of the Taoist Tai Chi set.
Dinner to honor
public safety personnel
An appreciation dinner for public safety
personnel and their families will take place
at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 12.
The event will be hosted by the Brother-
hood of First Baptist Church, 503 N. Palmer
St. in the Fellowship Hall. State Attorney
Mark Ober will be the speaker.
Call: 754-2637 or 7520-4104 by Sept. 11.
Public meeting set for new flood maps
The city's engineering department is
planning a series of meetings for the public
to review new flood maps for Plant City.
The Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMS)
were recently issued by FEMA.
The preliminary FIRMs are on the city
Web site under the engineering depart-
ment's graphical information system at
The meeting will take place Sept. 13 at 3
p.m. at Bruton Memorial Library, 302
For information, call the engineering
department at 659-4200.
Chamber contact breakfast
The Plant City Chamber of Commerce
plans a contact breakfast at 7:30 a.m. Sept.
13 at the Ramada Plantation House, 2011
N. Wheeler St.
The speaker will be Walt Belcher,
television critic for The Tampa Tribune.
The .event is sponsored by Zeno Office -
i i' i I .) ; i .i i' '"" i .. *; l it.'.'
Solutions. Call: 754-3707.
Teen night at Planteen Center
A teen night for ages 12 to 15 is set Sept
15 at the Planteen Recreation Center, 30]
Dort St. The Planteen events are for ages 12
to 15 and run from 7 to 11 p.m. Cost: $5.
For more information about the Plant
een events, contact Chris Washburn a
email@example.com or call 757
Fish fry, hoe down
The Plant City Cornerstone Center wil
present an "Old Time Country Fish Fry and
Hoe Down" Sept. 16 at the Bar M Ranch
1710 Joe McIntosh Road.
Dinner will be served from 5 to 8 p.m
with entertainment at 7. Tickets are $20 foi
adults and $10 for children.
Proceeds go toward the restoration of the
Tickets are available at the Orange Blos
som Tea Room, 759-2247, or Jeanne Burt
Strawberry Jam Girls
Fast-pitch Softball Tournament
More than 20 fast-pitch softball teams
from throughout central Florida are
expected to gather Sept. 16-17 at the Randy
L. Larson Softball Four-Plex, 1810 E. Park
Road, for the Strawberry Jam Girls Fast-
pitch Softball Tournament.
Teams will cA in 10-and-under,
12-arnd-under, aINW -and-under catego-
Games will start at 8:30 a.m. each day
and continue throughout the day. Admis-
sion and parking are free.
Call: Brian Dodd, 659-4200, Ext. 4302.
An Alzheimer's support
group meets the second
Tuesday of each month at
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St. Call:
Linda Bryant, 754-3761.
Bereaved parents group
A bereaved parents group
meets the fourth Thursday
of each month at 7 p.m. at
South Florida Baptist Hospi-
tal's community conference
room, 301 N. Alexander St.
Diabetes support group
A diabetes support group
meets the first Tuesday of
each month from 5 to 6 p.m.
at South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Call: 757-8202 to register.
Epilepsy support group
An epilepsy support
group meets the second
Tuesday of each month from
10 to 11 a.m. in the South
Florida Baptist Hospital cafe-
teria conference room, 301
N. Alexander St. Walk-ins
Civil War unit
Step into the ranks of
history as a Southern can-
noneer and join the Milton
Light Artillery, Co. A. Milton
is a Civil War re-enacting unit
based on an actual 1860s
Florida battery. Milton re-
enacts more than 15 battles a
year and includes civilian
and nursing impressions.
ery.com or visit www.milt-
Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
meets the second Thursday of
the month at the Ramada Inn
at 6:30 p.m., 2011 N, Wheeler
St. Dinner buffet is $15. Call:
Melane Byrd, 754-0424.
2 Plant City High
Class of 1960
t The Plant City High School
Class of 1960 meets the
second Friday of each month
at 9'a.m. at BuddyFreddys,
1101 Goldfinch Drive. Call:
Warren Wilson, 685-9401.
Plant City Toastmasters
S The Plant City Toastmas-
ters Club meets Thursdays at
7:30 a.m. at the Greater Plant
r City Chamber of Commerce,
106 N. Evers St. Call: Hal
e Brewer, 752-4949.
The Plant City Noonday
Rotary Club meets Mondays
at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St. Call:
Steve Saloman, 299-2233.
Turkey Creek Class of 1961
Y The Turkey Creek High
k School Class of 1961 holds a
dinner meeting on the first
Thursday of each month at 6:
30 p.m. at BuddyFreddys, 1101
Goldfinch Drive. The meet-
ings are informal and all
classmates including nongra-
duates are invited. Teachers
and staff are also invited.
Call: Elaine Rogers (Rodgers)
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PlUpioersimmoa Fig Pech to see if we have or can Pool Table/Dining, 100% NEW 7X12 enclosed trail- up.yall 81-752-9598 hands, $2800. Pon3
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ParkAve. PugT WANTED!! Horses, Do-
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smooth coat, sorties, Tin/Standard size
O ( Driver/Delivery )J ( General ) General )) ( Trades j) (t Schools )
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record background sembling CD cases from Train to protect your fel- HEAV, EMPLOYMENT: Bulldoz-
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f Accounting & $500 WEEKLY Guaran- Call: 813-654-4199 www.equipmentoperat
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ous Inquiries 1- 00-344- LICENSED Life & Health en er in Plant s i National Certification / 786-597-4977
9636 ext. 89 Agents to market full resume 813759254 www.Miami-
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PLANT City Area Pre FIED DRIVERS for Cen- emium MedicarAd cal Office in Plant City -Job Placement
School Director & Teach- trial Florida Local & Na- vantae lan with Part 813-763-1366 Assistance
ers needed exp preferred tional OTR positions. d lifi 813-763-1366 tnc
but not requires. Will Food grade tanker, no leads. Earn 75k 125k.
Train 813-857-8457 hazmat no pumps, ret ad restaurants/ 800-514-9907
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haulI Van flatbed 'Mus Free 1-800-731-4901 ordering, budgeting & Free info packet. Call IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
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ment. Wildlife and forour.Andalusia,Alaba- 109 S. Collins St., Plant ner
$1000+ WKLY more! Call 7 days. 1- ma office. Send resume City. 813-752-3652 and
Great Hometme, 800-320-9353 ex .2527 and transcripts to CDG r
Great Hometime,. Engineers & Associates Mary Elizabeth
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is higher here! $1.11 more pay and more Plant City 813-752-1004 ARIEMCNCR Cannon Farm Rd Walnut
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$2,600 Referral Bonus. Working through the year experience. More id training for high pay- Grove, Ga
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a :,udly cr.:.mp.a,,,n GROWING COMPANY ws h'.,rtlarde.press. Braridon area. Call f'r AIM 1-888-349-5387. fense., any. to ion
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Fmax 81-076-1I rinb.r J 206 andl file
(( Legal Notices ))
the original with the
clerk of this Court at 800
E. Twiggs Street, Tampa,
Florida33602 or P.O.Box
3450, Tampa, Florida
33601 before service on
Petitioner or immediate-
ly thereafter. If you fail
to do so, a default may
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, in-
cluding orders, are avail-
able at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office.
You may review these
documents upon re-
You must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's of-
fice notified of your cur-
rent address. (You may
file Notice of Current Ad -
dress, Florida Family Law
Form 12.915) Future pa-
ers in this lawsuit will
be mailed to the address
on record at the clerk's
WARNING: Rule 12.285
Florida Family Law Rules
of Procedure, requires
certain automatic disclo-
sure of documents and
information. Failure to
comply can result in
sanctions, including dis-
missal or striking of
Dated July 31, 2006
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
Ellen P. Neubaum
No: 4623 8/17,24,31
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with the
provisions of Florida
law, there being due
and unpaid charges for
which the undersigned
is entitled to satisfy an
owner's lien of the
described and stored at
Uncle Bob's Self Storage
located at: 1005 5.
Alexander St., Plant
City, Florida 33563.
813-759-9526. And, due
notice having been giv-
en, to the owner of said
property and all parties
known to claim an in-
terest therein and the
time specified in such
notice for payment of
such having e tpired.
Ih. go:dis w ;l be sold'
at public auction at the
above stated address to
the highest bidder or
otherwise disposed of
.:,n Wednesdav. Sj.
remr er 13. 200E. .at
AUGUST 3, 20P6 T]HI.
(( Legal Notices )) (( Legal Notices ))
Household Goods, Fur- nance hereinafter reter-
niture, Boxes, TV's or red to; and
Stereo Equipment WHEREAS, Donald Car-
MICHAEL P. CONTNER man, Sr. has initiated a
Household Goods, change in the zoning
Appliances map designation of a
parcel of land; now
MICHAEL WILSON therefore
Household Goods, Furni-
ture, Boxes, Tools, Appli- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
ances, TV's or Stereo CITY COMMISSION OF
Equipment, Office Equip- THE CITY OF PLANT
ment, Office Machines CITY, FLORIDA:
Furniture, Boxes, TV's or
Household Goods, Furni-
ture, Tools, Appliances,
TV's or Stereo Equip-
ment, Office Machine
Household Goods Box-
es, Sporting Goods, Ap
JOSE M. MARTINEZ
Household Goods, Furni-
ture, Boxes, Appliances,
JOSE M. MARTINEZ
NO:4819 8/24;31, 2006
NOTICE OF SALE
Pursuant to Ch 713.78
Below said vehicles to be
auctioned to satisfy tow-
ing and storage liens at:
302 E. Calhoun St
Plant City, F 33566
Friday September 15,
2006 at 12:00 NOON
1998 Freightliner Classic
A RESOLUTION OF THE
CITY COMMISSION OF
THE CITY OF PLANT
CITY, FLORIDA PROVID-
ING NOTICE OF PRO-
POSED ENACTMENT OF
AN ORDINANCE BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF
THE CITY OF PLANT
CITY FLORIDA, AMEND-
CLASSIFIACTION OF CER-
TAIN PROPERTY WITHIN
THE CITi. AS REQUIRED
BY SECTION 166.U41,
FLORIDA STATUTES AND
WHEREAS thi C.ry
Conm;i: ion has on thi
date read lor fir[l read-
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For more information, call 813-TRIBUNE or 1-800-282-5588
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Please reference "IC Crew" in the subject line
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A l newspaper carriers are independe contract rs
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LIFE. PRINTED DAILY.
"All sales shlicitir s are Irndependenl Cintrac lis.
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....."". i; "
Section 1. As required by
Section 166.041 Florida
Statutes and other ap-
plicable law, the City
Commission of the City
of Plant City, Florida,
does hereby give notice
of the proposed enact-
ment of an ordinance en-
titled, and the substance
of which is:
AN ORDINANCE AMEND-
ING THE DISTRICT BOUN -
DARIES OF THE ZONING
MAP OF PLANT CITY
FLORIDA, AS ENACTED
BY CHAPTER 102, PLANT
CITY CODE, SO AS TO
CHANGE THE ZONING
CLASSIFICATION OF A
PARCEL OF LAND LOCAT-
ED AT THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF NORTH
GORDON STREET AND
WEST SPENCER STREET
FROM R-1A SINGLE FAM-
ILY DWELLING DISTRICT
TO R-1 SINGLE FAMILY
Section 2. The proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, following second
reading, shall be consid-
ered by the City Commis-
sion upon the conclusion
of the public hearing
provided in Section 4
Section 3. The proposed
ordinance may be in-
spected by the public at
the office of the City
Clerk at the Nettie Berry
Building (City Hal), 302
West Reynolds Street,
Plant City, Florida.
Section 4. The City Com-
mission will hold a public
hearing on said ordi-
nance at its meeting in
the Sadye Gibbs Martin
Auditorium of the Nette
Berry Draughon Munici-
pal Building, 302 West
Reynolds Street (City
Hall), Plant City, Florida,
on September 11, 2006 at
7:30 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter
may be heard, at which
time inter filed partlie
and citizen; may appear
and be heard wnh re-
specl to the proposed or-
Section 5. Ai perAon are
.ndvlned that I a person
dlece i tC appeal any
decision maie by the
City Commission with re-
pe,:t to ariv mirter c'. n-
1 idered at 3u,'n meeting,
he will need a re,':.rd or
the proceeding., and tor
suchpurpcse he imjy
need t,:. er,..ur that.a
derbalim rti:,:rd of the
proceedings is made.
which iecihrd includes
the testimony and eli-
dence upon which the
appeal is to be based
Section 6. In accordance
with the Amer;,:anrc mth
Disabilities Act, arnv per-
S,'n 'iih a 34abit.314y re.
luiring riSiac'raOi. ac
cummcdatioin in Order to
participate i th; meet
ing should :all the Citm
Cleri, at (813i 5'-4200oat
leaI-t 8 hOurS prior to
the public hearing
Section 7. At the public
nearing referred in Sec-
tion I herein 311 speakers
i.all be limitEd tn1 three
131 minutes, unless the
speaker requests the
City Clerk or additional
time no less than forty
e.nri t 148'i r,,:ur. prior ,:t
said public hearing in
the event speakers) re-
quest additional time the
determination o f the
amo:urnt of time I':' be i
lowed .iall be It. dli
creation ,: the Mayor, but
no spiker shall generally
be allowed more than Ilh-
teen iIS, minutes.
Section 8. This resolu
tior., as notice ol the
peoposed enaclmernt .I
taid ordinance snal be
published in the' Co'urer,
issuE of Augu:.t 31.2i0)i6
Apoledby tIne City Com-
mssion on Augisl 28.
JOHN L. DiCm.S
VIRGINIA L HELPER
Approved as tc, form and
KENNETH W. BUCHMAN
110: 4163 '3l1 2006
wanl to reac,:h
,:u l~ijer t in ear rh Of
quality pr.:rdu' ,rind
26 + THE COURIER + AUGUST 31, 2006
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ears experience. 800- (813) 264-9950 landscape $395k coin (800)726-2897 Ran- sporting goods. DOUBLE YOUR INVEST- More. Located In Beau-
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front Pool Home, pri- 120hp, Force trailer & do V8, extra cab, Al tern, prem sport pkg, GOLF CARTS 78,000 mi, 4 dr automat- LS- Silver, low miles.
LKLD 2/2, FR, DW in Sr vate boat ramp. Deep I BUY TRAVELTRAILERS, canvas top, fresh water shape! $11,900 or trade sunroof, BMW prem wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade ic WHT/Gray nt, Great shaoe almost
pk, AC, very nice, new salt water canal, direct 5TH WHEELS & use, $2750. down. By Owner. Call sound. Must sell $18,950 Char ers parts all relat- $4,800 OBO EXCEL. new tires! $5,500.
S 8 wal4k-incloset access to ba. CPARK MODELS 813-238-2409 813-872-7683 / 601-9325. obo Call 813-601-2534 ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin COND. (813)541-6953 Call 813-920-3445/
$35,000 863-413-0123 $2250/mo 813-767-4571 CALL Dave ANYTIME
or 863-899-3895 813-713-3217 18' 2003 Polar Flats Boat, CHEVY 2005 LS Silverado CHEVY 1995 S10 Blazer ATVs CHEVY 2006 Impala LT
-BRANDON N., 90hp Yamaha, approxi- 2 wheel dr. Charcoal V8, 4dr, leather interior, I( J 12,950 Mi Burg/Grv. MAZDA 2005 -6i, 16K
1600 sq.ft., great rm;la- Alum trir. $1 00 Lake 1st $18,500 takes it. 813- great. $2495/obo. Call rctic cat 2004, 6x12 whs, CD, SpolerTin um sou,all
nai;d fp; spa fenced 28'Ter Taurus th Placid. 863-46-2462 657-0625/321-604-2625 orinfo 813-690-5371 cktrailer, ra s for Wood Svcd. $16,45 wr,crusemicond!
,ne ar Whee /Trs199 h mp, cw he mets, 727 Di-776-5432r C d1. m .ui s i) n-d!.
B1,350 (813)787-3227 slide-out AAaRV 18.5' Searay 2005 185 DODGE 2000 Durango SLT FORD 1992 Explorer, ex huner kg$5005432 ) 319-3961.
BRANDON, Pool,,2cg, Park, can keep at park. ort 190 hn I/O, Fast! V8, automatic, Au, 3rd 250 i Must sell!o813-996 MERCEDES 1997 E--0
BRANDON, Pool, 2cg, trent hrs. bn co ass row seating, factory or Ls i firstname.lastname@example.org i Buy MERCEDES 1997 E420
paint isidte, car et, ion. 4 0 00 d 1-ke n270w5 $5r 0 27-510-9053 0 0s80017249-8167 POLARIS 2001 Scrambler beautiful, all records,
COMMERCIAL range & micro, 21 $5500 727-510-9053 EXT 412450. 1 owner, garae CHEVY 2006 Malibu LT, new tires, leather, sun
Calm Dr. $1,500/mo + 32' 196 asca Sunrise, 18' Maverick Flats Boat DODGE 2002 Ram 1500 FORD 200 Exedition ept, re runs & l K miles, au w roof, 6CD player, loa
REAL ESTATE-RENT $1500 dep. 813-969-0309 On K miles, Except. 2002 Yamaha 150HP V SLd ab l wht extw/tanlthr int' 1 reat. ree helmet all power prem. sound ed, great con $10.500
,in ul 'l" f Max motor, trim tabs" CDDV8 towdpKgbedlr, dual air running brds3& Y1050 cell 813-927-5566 w/CD. Mint condition! Meissa: 813-695-6450
CORK area 3br, CB, w/ ean FullyF uE J Madx moackor r 06k mi mmaculate, 3r d row se ny 67K $10,900. (813) 319-3961 Web ID #1832564
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PAT Office Sp re Lease r.. c spo tess $26,000 813-293-992 a cut m DODGe 2 03-784- Dota 10 s,500 newt7es& ((Automobiles Wanted)) CHRYSLER 2005PT Cruis--
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Park Office ace for 813-752-4235 33 V V 2004 Winnebago trailer, sl are,i..e n w/topper, auto, red, FORD 2002 Explorer all8139925555 all power CD min
lease 150 to30 0Vsq ft, Ad lv. 2 slides, basement $15,000. 1 sliding windows.aLow wdsi---. ..r -- -- el-- pcahnpi'powe 4 M
eClngCnference NORTH TA PoAGrg 2500orkrstaeo n 19' KEY WEST 1990, cen- mles. 18000obo Ithr, all the extras, Exc. foryour cac 1346-3584 MERCEDES 2000 S500 Se-
Starting at $160 mo- 2ba, Big Back Yard, optionsto list. Tow vehi- ter console, 90hp FJon 1 -8 cond $13t000 obo running or not Thank you CORVETTE 1984, V an.Ev option. Ol
Contact Pierce Lacky Sec 8 OK, No Pets, cle availab. FORD 2001F 4x4Crew DIVORCE SALE V8.
813-86 1 EL TEy H 10011 N. Lantana Ave. 813-244-1092, 985'3717 er, imini $4000. Cab Lariat fully loaded CARS+ Vans+Trucks, 2 4 er cream. Garaged.
ORW .LE ,CO $l,300/mo 813-270-4700 813-785-3727 6 L feler tow Cd E Van tsl $6000I o.R 352-428-89L $26,800.239G60e.2242
T PN C ,',Y packa e exc shape, Eddie Bauer, 41K miles, Cash on the s.ot. r ae
nf c 0 PLANT CityBrandon Cy 19 MAYCRAFT, 1997 115 wn b m a black, tan leather, load- Tow. Please CaI M.ERCEDES 2000 CLK 430
5-Mfo rmance Pusson erk ycleann $12,90 -- e excellen t condition 813-966-3345 o C ORVETTE 2000, ,one con. 86k, AMG wheels,40
co -Jer areret.u OiCnference room. 500-3000sfg nearp-l n roapty of Vaauld..rsi",o wRiv2-esl05rvwo. rformanctre0 r.er-t$24,000.941475-
3000sf, plenty of park Home/Condos $1100- 33'WINNEBAGO 2002 Ad- sell! Won't last FORD 2001 F Ha $$$ CASH owner. 37000 mi.Mag. dark blue, loaded, 10k
inl sngt. -747-1128 ed gas V1, 23k m, dual 20 w F wio eads-U display. Mark 83-477-8380
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Acrossefrom Net Park. property.com $67,500. 813-677-5008 21 Bayliner 2003 5.0L mi, black, exc. condo. all pwr, pwr moon i-f, Time CALL ME FIRST nt c tn,0ga-
Call Jamie: ntCi8 (20 Horseower), $2,400 86295953 9813-815-206 (352)583-4658 MERCEDES BENZ 2002
813-505-2495* 626-0524 PI Cy Historical, 34FT Class A 1994 COMPREHENSIVE CASH ON THE SPOT C240, 26K me., all power,
Saw /us u e r Diesel WARRANTY EXPIRES 2006 Fl O0 uHart l y
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condTto$9bR,,HPusherF44kexcellentd8/29/2009, PCo orGPS Charger, Loaded Only mi. Tech pkg. MSRP Running Or Not Cony t. 4 cyl, AT, ps, AC, ranty, like new $22 400
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1aelbr, oba, $695-$775 Call (352) 567-6840. layerStr.inless steel 10O, i mes $37,e00 obo 54k. 8 5 GraphiteF o wpa cn/Willow. F/ r u d, top, S. Tampa 813-62-965
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3br22ba 2cg rpetsi lSfans, Basid ow, Hra f (813)765-5826B mi. 11 9d0. roof, red/obr k V6 x comeopickNit4u! power, Dr alloy,132 $6,500ir
all an's near US ~1 wdirs & cabinets, Full email@example.com 81328-3084 clean68K re w fires Panga ttotor m pgr u77o, m in new condition. 813-245-3748
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kerState airground Area Alpha 4 exit il $12,500 813-992-077Supplies m runs & rives exc. FORD 1996 Taurus 143K NSSAN 2000 Maxima
SOUTH Tampa, 2 story North Brandon, 3br 2ba BLUE Ox 1000 lb motor- 23 7", Pw.r.u..t ( Irucks Heavy Duty) LEXUS 20 m4RX330 $1$,500. 727-433-1544 mi. runs good, cold AC, Black with Cold air.
2000sf 3 br 2 1/2 baths l newly renovated, cycle carrierfor Motor 454 BOA voFT covradle the moonroof 6 CD allwercruis $130000 bo.
2c with b, ack yard ri- 1100mo. $1100 secC home w/ extra foot sta 'oudepthvtrl HEVY 2003 Silverado '6.'5-'PickUptHsdis. 81-361-1233 $6800
ga on and ard service 411 Myr ca St 33619 ramp & Il ht bar. $1200. t reod t h a 281-O EHD 2WD, pewter, -5732 $00 obo. 813-792 Ca 813 5251
ncuded. S. Trask 813-24-8391,416-6012. obo 813 4-7439 re 6 h. Mch ext cab,46k mi, exc Call (941) 3 grills & more.
Street $1750/mo2 9. anboatGoou cond. cond Miust sell!$17,000 Resonable prices. FORD 1997 Taurus, 128K
(813) 835-9563 WESLEY CHAPEL Mead- ?16000 (9 9)450-6722 obo 813-727-168 TOYOTA 2001 Sequoia 813-767- 238 mi, runs good, looks NISSAN 2003 Altima 2.5 S
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LC Buy new, ic WD, h one, POPUP CAMPERS for rent rcu 4 stroke cc to V6, cold A/C, spd, cond. 85K .$2,00 speed, Exc. cond. ew N60-8238 new $14,900 obo 941-e
condo gateate, cub osed anai bhse SinStoveFr 5et rr live wells camps. r ertopruns great obo. 813-985-4699 00custom paint center 13-662-3362928-4003 after 6P.M.
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condosfor rent. 3 pps c et area No RV/BatsAutos-67 Motorcycles50.352-424-0491 Fleetwood Brouham JAGU Player ABS A/C,
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2ba, 2c,New tfurnishe, W/D or off E 5515 Cause 813-684-9171 0r. 81-759-04442 or 813-293-25007436ng MOTORCYCLES Wanted runs well, drive owner, non kenir& L 1999 S70, 15
very clean, large yard way Blvd RVs Cars cycle.com 727-247-8785 store $8700.(38-1-704d R m r g
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plu RVs / Campers G Con G e0e0n 727-381-7922 xt 1E ust See! Cusamaro Tx- locks/cruise, nice relia 813-874-1
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furn/unfurnished, wkl / OR 813-754-6541 n f- 3 wBosto Waer, yR O 4-Wheel Drive I H I L A ees ch rome pacL- Call 13-965-4944full R
ry privacy 3r 2, 1700 m, 4 slides, location. Dock Lifor 4x4 off road LT, Stand- Kit installed under ing rear wnow and $400 Must Sell Coupe 11K m silver/
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SEMINOLE Heights up- w!island. Lots of shade ill C PayCasLSAvailable Now! For List- Power alf Sunroof AC CD, rims
stairs, all new, 2 hr 1 $15 + $800 deposit. (72) 4593856. BOATIFT & cradle, the LTex.an whlos d ABS co Pri d.Stao sell 3r900 ora ings call 1-800-366-9813 captains chairs. Asking 2n motor, $3200 obo.
a, 800 sq ft ceramic 3-7-48or neSt alum. doathift & duel a/c, DVD, cap chair, best offer 813-24n-1022 Ext. 7932 $3900oo813-792-0007 Call813-299-5251
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