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Commission agrees
to help city workers
with health insurance
payments.
PAGE 4

OPINION
Do city employees
deserve a higher
raise?
PAGE 6


SPORTS
Durant High School
divers eye state
crowns.
PAGE 18


RELIGION
Meet the Rev. James
Smith of Countryside
Baptist Church.
PAGE 11


INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE 5


CLASSIFIED
PAGE H2
CROSSWORD
PAGE 21
OBITUARIES
PAGE 12


11-ACRE SITE
ON GORDON STREET
Staff Report
An international Buddhist
church plans to turn a large
horse farm on North Gordon
Street into a meditation center
and temple.
Florida Meditation Center
Inc. bought the 11.3-acre
property at 1303 N. Gordon
Street in July for $430,000. The
property includes a five-
bedroom, 3,408-square-foot


home. John W. Stanley Sr. is
-listed as the seller, according to
county records.
"I think we will have a lot of
people around here who will
come to the mediation classes,"
said Chat Sanintsachak, a Bud-
dhist monk who is working at
new temple.
Sanintsachak said the church
plans to build a new hall that
will accommodate about 100
people.
The hall should be complete
in two to three months, about
the same time the temple will
start offering classes to the


public, he said.
Florida Meditation Center
Inc. is based in Azusa, Calif.,
and is division of the Dhamma-
kaya International Meditation
Center. Founded in Thailand,
Dhammakaya came to the U.S.
in 1992, opening an office in
California. Today, the church
has seven U.S. locations, with
meditation centers in places
like Texas, Illinois and New
Jersey.
According to the Dhamma-
kaya Foundation's Web site,
each center is "staffed by qual-
ified teachers of meditation


from the Dhammakaya Foun-
dation headquarters in Thai-
land, and offers a range of
activities for training in the
quality of mind for people of all
ages."
The group says it's primary
mission is teaching medita-
tion.
"It is our conviction that
individual peacefulness of
mind underlies the collective
potential for harmony and
peace in the world," according
to the Web site.
For more information about
the center, call 719-8000.


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The Never Fade Bluegrass Gospel Band, above, will be just one of the performers at the eighth annual Unity Jamboree Sept. 16 at the
1914 Plant City High School Community Center, 605 N. Collins St. Doors open at 6 p.m. with the show at 7. General admission is $10;
reserve seats are $15. The evening will feature bluegrass gospel, oldies from the 1950s through the 1970s and harmony. Call: 752-1275.
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NEWS DIGEST

Street Rod Appreciation Day
Prior to the Sept. 16 Straw-
berry Classic Car Show, the
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce will host a National
Street Rod Appreciation Day
celebration from noon to 4
p.m. on South Palmer Street
near the train depot.
Attendees will be able to see
street rods manufactured
from 1972 and before.
Admission is free with free
parking available on the sur-
rounding streets.
Information: 754-3707 or
www.plantcity.org.

City to charge CSX
for lawn maintenance
City Manager Dave Sollen-
berger reporter to the city
commission Monday night he
was unsuccessful in getting
CSX Transportation to mow
property that the railroad
owns on Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Boulevard east of the
city parking lot on Palmer
Street.
Sollenberger said he has
directed the city lawn mainte-
nance crew to mow the
property and determine how
much it cost.
Sollenberger .said a lien
would be placed against the
property equal to the cost of
maintenance.

Putnam representative
to meet constituents
A caseworker from the
office of U.S. Rep. Adam
Putnam will be available to
meet with constituents of the
12th Congressional District
Sept. 20 from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St.
Constituents who are expe-
riencing problems with Social
Security, Medicare, Veterans
Affairs or other federal agen-
cies may meet with the case-
worker.
Bring any written
information or documenta-
tion that will allow the case-
worker to provide assistance.
Others who wish to express
their views on any national
issues are also encouraged to
meet with the caseworker.

Durant hosting
marching band contest
The Cougar Pride Marching
Band of Durant High School
will host the West Coast Invi-
tational the school's Ron Frost
Stadium.
The competition is planned
for Oct. 7 at 2 p.m. with
marching bands from
throughout Florida. Ticket
prices are $10 and $6.
Band boosters are asking
for a big turnout with all pro-
ceeds benefiting the Durant
band's trip to the National
Band Championships at
Fiesta Bowl in December.
Information: 754-9268 or
e-mail kandreu@tampabay-
.rr.com.


Deadline is Thursday the
week before the item is to
appear in the paper. This
includes club news, calendar
items, church-related items,
business notes, entertain-
ment and school notes.
The Courier
101 N. Wheeler St.
Plant City, FL 33566
Phone 865-4430 FAX 865-4449


Bands Take Center Stage At Concert POLICE LOG


GEE DADDY'S, EXXUM

SISTERS TO PERFORM

Staff Report
The musical acts will be in
the spotlight this weekend at
Unity in the Community's
eighth annual Unity Jambo-
ree, but it's the people who are
not there who will benefit.
Local food banks and Meals
on Wheels, among others, will
be the main beneficiaries of
the evening's events, as Unity
in the Community tries to
raise as much as possible with
the holidays just around the
corner.
One of the groups who
benefit from Unity's giving is
the United Food Bank of Plant
City. The food bank has dis-
tributed more than 1.3 million


pounds of food and helped
more than 39,000 people since
it was founded in 1999,
according to Judy Reynolds,
who has been with the group
since the beginning.
"Unity is very important to
us," Reynolds said, adding the
group donated $7,500 to the
food bank earlier this year.
Unity is hoping the jambo-
ree raises between $2,500 and
$3,000.
"This is one of the major
fundraisers of the year," said
Linda Fuhrman, a Unity board
member. "There's always a
good turnout and we always
have an awesome time. It's a
really good family event; all
ages will enjoy it."
Unity will also serve food at
the jamboree with hot dogs,
gourmet coffee, chips, fresh-


brewed ice tea and fresh
Krispy Kreme donuts.
The concert will feature the
Never Fade Bluegrass Gospel
Band, the Gee Daddy's and
The Exxum Sisters Sept. 16 at
the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center,
605 N. Collins St. Doors open
at 6 p.m. with the show at 7.
General admission is $10;
reserve seats are $15.
Advance tickets for the
event are available at: Kash n'
Karry, 205 W. Alexander St.;
Browns Jewelers, 1705 Jim
Redman Parkway; Plant City
Chamber of Commerce, 106
N. Evers St.; Family & Friends
Antiques & Collectibles, 1304
S. Collins St.; and Browns 231V2
Hour Wrecker Service, 206 S.
Waller St.
Call: 752-1275.


SEPT.15 AT COURTHOUSE

Staff Report
Organizers of the 2006 Youth Community
Law Fair, set for Sept. 15 at the Plant City Court-
house, believe in starting young.
With exhibitors from area legal and social
service organizations, the event aims to edu-
cate young people about the ramifications of
violence in the classroom or driving under the
influence. Organizers also hope the fair will
open the minds of young people to considering
careers in criminal justice.
The event will be a field trip for 120 students
from Plant City High School with about 100
others coming from Marshall and Tomlin
middle schools.
Many of the students are part of AVID, or
Advancement Via Individual Determination.
The program tries to steer the students to col-
lege. All participants must have a grade point
average between 2 and 3.5.
"We want the students to think about the
ramifications of crime but we really want them


to also think about careers in criminal justice,"
said Kimberly Smoot of Hillsborough County's
Health and Social Services Department, one
the event's main sponsors.
Among the events planned for the middle
school students are a mock criminal trial
depicting an assault on a student and a teacher,
resulting in a misdemeanor and felony count of
battery.
High school students will also see a mock
DUI trial. A "So You Wanna Be A... panel dis-
cussion will feature law enforcement, judges,
attorneys, teachers, and other professionals
discussing how to pursue each of these
careers.
The Youth Community Law Fair is sponsored
by Hillsborough County Health and Social
Services, Hillsborough County Schools Dis-
trict IV, Bay Area Legal Services, Plant City
Neighborhood Service Center's advisory board,
the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, Plant
City Courthouse and South Florida Baptist
Hospital.
For more information, call Kimberly Smoot
at 757-3871, Ext. 201.


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo

Remembering 9/11
Public memorials and prayers marked the fifth anniversary of the terrorist attacks in New
York and Washington D.C. Sept. 11. Above, the flag outside city hall flies at half staff
Monday to mark the somber anniversary.




Law Fair Targets Young People


The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department Aug.
25-30:

Aug. 25
Vehicle theft, 7 p.m., 3100
block of Sammonds Road
Battery, 9:45 p.m., 4100
block of West State Road 574
Drug investigation, 11:36
p.m., West Ball and South
Empire streets
Aug. 26
Robbery, 2:29 a.m., 1100
block of East Warren Street
Drug investigation, 2:53
a.m., South Gibbs and West
Bates streets
Battery, 3:38 a.m., Alabama
and Coronet streets
Criminal mischief, 11 a.m.,
600 block of South Frontage
Road
Criminal mischief, 12:19
p.m., 1600 block of West Ball
Street
Vehicle burglary, 8 p.m.,
4100 block of Kipling Avenue
DUI, 9:48 p.m., Walter Drive
and West Reynolds Street
Battery, 10:25 p.m., 1600
block of East Alabama Street
Grand theft, 11 p.m., East
Reynolds and North Merrin
streets
Aug. 27
Trespassing, 1:17 a.m., 100
block of North Palmer Street
Drug investigation, 4:49
a.m., 800 block of South
Morgan Street
Drug investigation, 10:24
p.m., South Alexander and
West Lowry streets
Battery, 11 p.m., 2600 block
of James L. Redman Parkway
Aug. 28
Criminal mischief, 7 a.m.,
600 block, South Frontage
Road
Retail theft, 12:23 p.m., 2100
block, James L. Redman Park-
way
Vehicle burglary, 1 p.m.,
400 block, North Frontage
Road
Grand theft, 3:33 p.m., 1600
block, North Shannon Avenue
Vehicle burglary, 4 p.m.,
1600 block, South Frontage
Road
Vehicle burglary, 5:30 p.m.,
4200 block, Kipling Avenue
Vehicle burglary, 7 p.m.,
400 block, Concorde Way
Vehicle burglary, 8:30 p.m.,
3200 block Tackery Way
Grand theft, 9 p.m., 600
block Walter Drive
Aug. 29
Vehicle burglary, 9:30 a.m.,
3100 block Emerson Place
Robbery, 4:55 a.m., 100
block West J. Arden Mays
Boulevard
Trespassing, 14:47 p.m.,
2400 block James L. Redman
Parkway
Retail theft, 6 p.m., 100
block North Gordon Street
Retail theft, 6:55 p.m., 500
block South Wheeler Street
Vehicle burglary, 8 p.m.,
2900 block James L. Redman
Parkway
Vehicle theft, 9 p.m., 900
block South Woodrow Wilson
Street
Vehicle theft, 10 p.m., 100
block West Bates Street
Commercial burglary, 10
p.m., 3500 block West Baker
Street
Aug. 30
Commercial burglary, 7
p.m., 4000 block State Road
574
Commercial burglary, 8
p.m., 1800 block James L.
Redman Parkway






4 THE COURIER SEPTEMBER 14,-2006


Commission OKs Increasing City's Portion For Insurance Premiums


COULD REDUCE
EMPLOYEE COST BY
UP TO 10 PERCENT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Responding to city employ-
ees who will see a proposed
pay increase of 4.2 percent
wiped out by health insurance
premium costs, the city has
increased the amount it will
pay for employee coverage.
About 75 city workers sat in
on the Sept. 11 city commis-
sion meeting where City
Manager David Sollenberger
made the recommended
changes.
Commissioners voted 4-0
for the changes. Commis-
sioner Rick Lott was absent.
The city presently employs
about 462 full-time employ-
ees. About 83 percent of them
have some form of health care
insurance purchased through
the city's plan.
The proposed budget for
2006-07, which becomes


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photos
Members of the Plant City Boy Scouts Troop 734 located in the
Cork/Knights area, attended the city commission meeting,
Sept. 11, and led the meeting in the Pledge of Allegiance. Patrol
leaders Adam Harlow and Sean Hollingsworth, left, were joined
in the pledge by scouts Andy Peterson, Jake Barr and josh Knick.


effective Oct. 1, calls for 483
full-time workers. Sanders
Bush, the city human relations
director, said he expects about
the same percentage of work-
ers to take part in the plan.


Insurance costs in the city
group plan vary with coverage.
Taking the least-expensive
option offered, the costs per
month are as follows:
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only- $390, total. The city will
now pay $410, leaving the
employee $20 to apply toward
life insurance or some other
feature of the cafeteria-style
plan.
Employee and spouse -
$663. The citywill pay $460, an
increase of $40. The employee
will be responsible for the
$203 difference.
Employee and children -
$675. The city will pay $470, an
increase of $50. The employee
will have to pay $205.
Family'plan $936. The
city will pay $495, an increase
of $55. The employee will be
responsible for $441.
"Employees have to carry
some form of health insur-
ance," Bush said. "Whether it
is in the city cafeteria plan or
with another provider, they
must be insured."
Sollenberger said the cost of
health insurance is a national
concern that is responsible for
a large portion of the increased
consumer price index. He said
the 4.2 percent pay increase is
See CITY, Page 14


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Businesswoman Jennifer
Closshey, the chairwoman of
the Veteran's Memorial
Monument Committee, spoke
to city commissioners, Sept.
11, regarding the placement of
a statue at City Hall. The
committee is charged with
the creation, construction
and placement of the 20 to 25
foot high statue depicting
generations of American war
heroes. Commissioners
unanimously approved a site
for the statue in the City Hall
parking lot, north of the
parking circle. An unveiling is
tentatively planned for Nov.
11, 2007.


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week before the item is to
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items, church-related items,
business notes, entertain-
ment and school notes.
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Plant City, FL 33566
Phone 865-4430 a FAX 865-4449


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TODAY
Children's Storytime
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St., will offer its Children's Storytime
program Sept. 14 for babies.
Call: 757-9215, Ext. 24.

FRIDAY
Teen night at Planteen Center
A teen night for ages 12 to 15 is set for
Sept. 15 at the Planteen Recreation Center,
301 Dort St. The Planteen events are for
ages 12 to 15 and run from 7 to 11 p.m.
Cost: $5.
Information: Chris Washburn, cwash-
burn@plantcitygov.com or 757-9166.

PCE awards banquet
Plant City Entertainment plans its
Applause Awards banquet at 6:30 p.m.
Sept. 15 at Cork United Methodist Church,
4815 Sam Allen Road.
The event includes a social hour, dinner,
awards presentation arid installation of
officials.
Call: 752-5156.

SATURDAY
Girl's 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 a two-day invitational tourna-
ment.
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.

Strawberry Classic Car Show
The Strawberry Classic Car Show will be
Sept. 16 from 4 to 9 p.m.
The event includes antiques, customs,
classics and hot rods in and around McCall
Park, 100 N. Collins St. Admission and reg-
istration is free.
Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-
ty.org.

MONDAY
'God's Favorite' audition
Plant City Entertainment will have audi-
tions for "God's Favorite," a modern telling
of the story of Job, Sept. 18-19 at 7:30 p.m.
at the Hillsborough Community College
auditorium, Plant City campus. Call backs
are slated at 7:30 p.m., Sept. 20.
The play will be performed in November.
Call: 928-1259.

TUESDAY
Tai chi classes
The Bruton Memorial Library and the
Taoist Tai Chi Society of the USA Inc. will
offer four free tai chi classes Sept. 19, 26
and Oct. 3 from 6 to 8 p.m., at the library,
302 McLendon St. At the first class, a volun-
teer instructor from the Brandon branch
will teach the first 17 moves of the Taoist tai
chi set.
Call: 757-9215.

Fishing seminar
Bill Heard Chevrolet and Harold's Out-
door Products hosts a fishing seminar the
third Tuesday of every month from 6:45 to
8:45 p.m. at the dealership, 2002 N. Front-
age Road.
The next seminar will be Sept. 19 with
Todd Foucher. Admission is free.
Call: Chris Prevatt, 359-5018.

THURSDAY
Republican Women's Club event
The Plant City Federated Republican
Women's Club plans a "Celebrate Our
Freedoms" event Sept. 21 at 6:30 p.m. at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
Special guests will be Republican candi-
dates and elected officials. Admission is
$20.
Call: Melane Byrd 754-0424.

Chamber event
The Plant City Chamber of Commerce
plans a business after-hours event Sept. 21
from 5:15 to 7 p.m. at The Barn Carpet &
Interiors, 1103 Goldfinch Drive.
Call: 754-3707 to RSVP.


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Picks of the Week


File photo

Fish fry, hoedown
The Plant City Cornerstone Center will present an "Old Time Country Fish Fry and
Hoedown" 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. Performers include the Southern
Star Bluegrass Band, Victoria K and Royal City Family. Tickets are $20 for adults and
$10 for children. Proceeds go toward the restoration of the Cornerstone Center.
Tickets are available at the Orange Blossom Tea Room, 759-2247, or Jeanne Burt,
752-9225.


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Photo courtesy of Faith Family Outreach Church

Multicultural worship celebration
Faith Family Outreach Church will host a multicultural worship celebration, "Wor-
ship in Words, Music and Dance;' Sept. 17 at 4 p.m. at the John R. Trinkle Center at
Hillsborough Community College, 1206 N. Park Road. Guests include the youth choir
of Greater New Mt. Zion Freewill Baptist Church and the dance ministries of Cherica
Brown, Elizabeth Julue and Viandra McCormick. Some members of the church are
pictured above. Call: 759-9273.


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'Mild, Mild West'

The "Mild, Mild West," a mystery dinner theater sponsored by the Friends of the
Bruton Memorial Library and presented by the Bruton Memorial Players, is set for
Sept. 22-23 at Magic Moments Hall & Gardens, 2207 Mud Lake Road. Dinner will be
served at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $35 a person. Information: Hal Brewer, 752-4949; or
Pat Eifler, 267-0593 or hrhmisspat@verizon.net.


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Rotary Daybreak Club
The Rotary Daybreak Club
meets Mondays at 7 a.m. at
Community Conference
Room, South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
For more information con-
tact Mike Mcminn, 719-3959.

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

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

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

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

Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of
Plant City meets at 7:30 p.m.
on the third Thursday of the
month at the First United
Methodist Church Wesley
Center. Call Don Rainard,
707-0331.

Square-dancing lessons
Square dances and square
dancing lessons are held on a
regular basis at Strawberry
Square, 4401 Boot Bay Road.
Information: 752 0491 or
www.floridadanceweb.com/
strawberry.

Florida A&M Alumni
The Florida A&M Univer-
sity National Alumni Associ-
ation's Plant City chapter
meets every fourth Monday
at 6:30 p.m. at Mount Moriah
Missionary Baptist Church,
911 E. Warren St. Call: Bea
Crowell, 752-0451.

PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High School
Class of 1951 meets the
second Tuesday of the month
at the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Call: 752-8479.

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

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


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Are City Workers Paid Enough?


F or many people, the month-to-month struggle to
pay the bills is just a part of life. There's the mort-
gage, the high price of gasoline, the increase in
water rates, the phone bill, the power bill, out-of-
control property taxes, health insurance, and when a
leaky roof comes into the picture sometimes the only
affordable solution is a botched patch job or a bucket


to put underneath.

Feel like it's harder than ever
to get ahead? You're certainly
not alone.
A couple of Monday nights
ago, it was standing room only
at the city commission meeting
when city employees spilled
into the cramped chambers of
city hall to give Plant City com-
missioners a piece of their
mind.
More than 30 city employees
- personnel from the sanitation,
city utilities and engineering
departments surprised com-
missioners and grabbed their
attention with a 45-minute talk
concerning their pay.
According to city employees,
their 4.2 percent pay increase
isn't enough to offset the rising
cost of living. Employees
believe they need more pay for
picking up your trash, for filing
forms, maintaining parks and
the rest of the work that keeps
Plant City on track as one of the
best places to live and work.
One truck driver, speaking
on behalf of his co-workers in
the sanitation department,
believes something is rotten
with his pay.
Hunched over the micro-
phone as he addressed the
commissioners, Henry McIn-
tyre city truck driver turned
orator had the flair and con-
viction of the late Martin Luther


JERRY
LOFSTROM


King Jr. as he delivered a
compelling argument.
"There are those who have
been working for the city for
years and the guy who started
yesterday makes as much as
they do. Now, is that fair? I have
trained 55 people who have
come and gone, one guy didn't
even last one day, he lasted one
block and quit. It takes a real
man to throw garbage," said
McIntyre. "I work hard. I work
very hard. But I don't see it in
my paycheck."
Curtis Jenkins, a nine-year
city employee working in the
engineering department, says
he can't afford health insur-
ance for his children on his
current pay. Speaking to the
large gathering, Jenkins' heart-


felt story is telling.
"I feel I represent the average
employee who is doing their
best to provide for their family.
My newest car is 11 years old; I
have no car payment. My mort-
gage is small compared to what
others pay for rent. I do not
have massive amounts of other
debt, or entertainment
expenses that eat up my wages.
Yet I cannot afford health insur-
ance for my three young chil-
dren."
For those of us who like their
reality programming a tad more
real, this controversy has all the
elements of the TV show "Survi-
vor."
It's not easy being poor, and
by "poor" I mean not rich. Ame-
rica's middle class is dying in
this new global economy leav-
ing two economic classes of
people: the rich and the poor.
Even if you look like you're
doing pretty well, it's not the
automobile in the driveway that
defines your life, it's the wolf at
the door; that nagging anxiety,
the feeling that comes with the
knowledge that if you don't get
out and hustle you could wind
up on the streets, at the mercy
of others. Rich people never
know that feeling. When the
wolf comes howling at the door,
they throw him a pork chop and
he goes away.
For those families not
touched directly by the financial
crunch, seeing the damage it
can do is like watching fire take
the house next door, or disease
consume a friend.
Some would argue that city
government is not at fault for its
employee's financial plight,
pointing out that the pay is fair
and an increase in wages
beyond what's been offered is


bound by budgetary constraint.
But is the pay fair?
And isn't the budget
determined on revenue distri-
bution and how we choose to
spend tax dollars?
Do we choose to invest in
human resources, or do we
choose to foolishly spend our
tax revenue on'extravagance,
like spending a million dollars
plus on tennis courts made of
clay off Wilder Road, or
feeding that well-groomed
and flawlessly manicured
white elephant we call a
softball complex off Park
Road?
Can an individual who makes
more than enough to pay for
two homes, two cars, two of
everything, relate to the family
struggling just to break even?
Can city commissioners, who
make more than enough to
keep the wolf away from their
front door, relate to the financial
hardship of those employees
who reached out to them on
that Monday night?
What do you think?
City government, like indi-
viduals of affluence, can make
choices in how they will spend
their income.
On that Monday night as I
watched and listened to the
pleas of city workers, I thought
to myself, I hope the people of
Plant City realize our city is a
better place because of the
commitment and dedication of
city employees.
Commissioner Rick Lott says
he sees the employee wage
issue as an opportunity.
At least that's a beginning.

Editor's note: Jerry Lofstrom
is a Plant City businessman.


LEITR11S TO THE EDITOR


'Way to go

commissioners'
I applaud the Plant City commissioners
for adopting the new fireworks restrictions.
It is about time that the laws already on the
books be enforced.
As a homeowner in a residential neigh-
borhood, the bombardment on the Fourth
of July and New Year's creates an unsafe
situation with the possibility of fire,
damage to my property via the screening
on the lanai, cleaning up my yard and the
deafening noise into the night.
Every year I worry about it starting a fire
as I always find some fireworks on my roof
along with some in the yard. If the presi-
dent of Galaxy Fireworks doesn't like the
laws we have here I suggest she move
elsewhere as she is breaking the law. Her
so-called rights end where my property
line begins, so take your tents and move.
You are not wanted here.
Way to go commissioners. Thank you for
a unanimous vote to keep us safe.
B.J. Ericksen
Plant City


Pols need to allow

Gulf drilling
We continue to hear about The Tampa
Tribune's Bill Nelson and turncoat Mel
Martinez's untruths about offshore
drilling. We must begin by stating that the
price of a gallon of gas is approximately 50
cents, and the rest of the price, and other
$2.50, is state, federal and tree-hugger
taxes.
There has been drilling off the coast of
California and in the Gulf of Mexico for
decades, and not one spill has occurred.
The greatest threat for an oil spill has been
from freighters bringing oil in. Anyone who
knows something about standing on the
shore of the Gulf knows that 11 or 12 miles
is as far as the eye can see, so this bunk
about blocking the tourists' view is non-
sense.
We haven't built a refinery since the
early '70s thanks to those who claimed
they were detrimental to the environment
and who are now screaming about fuel
prices. They are the ones who place all the


various restrictions and guidelines on
seasonal blends, which drove up the prices
even more. Why can't Mel and Bill and the
rest of the Senate and Congress place more
emphasis and the same amount of energy
into lowering state and federal taxes on
fuel? We could use the extra revenue
toward research for alternative fuels.
We've already wasted more than 30 years.
Of course, the politicians seem to have no
problem giving themselves a raise every
year!
What all the liberals including the Trib-
une, Nelson, Lindsey Graham and Marti-
nez need to realize is that we are at war
with the very Muslim fanatics who are
controlling our source of oil, and until we
achieve energy independence we need to
tap our own oil so as not to be at the mercy
of terrorists. I suggest that the liberals
forgo their campaign to gain votes and
photo ops, take off the blinders and
confront the issues of reality at hand.
Are you afraid to print this? How
disappointing.
Gary Keeler
Plant City


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COMMENTARY



They Are Not Our Lords And Masters


Congressional Republicans,
the pundits say, are running
against fascism, which, of
course, doesn't exist in
today's world. That's OK. The
same buffoons are waging a
war against terrorism, which
they can't even define.
My fondest hope for this
political season is that every
Republican senator and
representative up for re-
election is defeated. It's not
that the Democrats are any
great prize, but they are
marginally more intellectually
honest than the Republicans.
Most Democrats are leftists
and socialists, and most of
their rhetoric reflects that, as
do the issues they support.
Most Republicans, however,
are big fat hypocrites who
campaign as conservatives
when in fact, judged by their
actions and their votes, they
are no more conservative
than Pol Pot or Karl Marx.
A true conservative would


balance the budget, would
vote against all foreign aid
and would practice an
isolationist foreign policy. A
true conservative would make
sure corporations pay their
fair share of taxes, would cut
out all subsidies to big
business and would take
whatever steps were neces-
sary to stop the shipping of
manufacturing jobs overseas
and the import of vast
numbers of illegal aliens, who
are a source of cheap labor.
Most of these windbags in
both parties have only two
skills: conning voters and rais-
ing money from lobbyists.
Most of them couldn't
manage a small law firm or
even run a successful hot-dog
stand. As for foreign affairs,
most of them don't have a
clue as to what's going on
outside their own country
club and favorite fancy
restaurants. They are mental
and moral midgets.


There are a handful of good men

and women in both parties, but

if in doubt, always vote against


the incumbent.
Most of them neither speak
nor read a foreign language. If
they have traveled overseas
it's usually on those paid-for
VIP tours arranged by special-
interest groups. They don't
read, most of them. In fact,
aside from raising their own
already bloated pay, they
spend the majority of their
time raising money for their
next campaign. Very few of
them have ever served in the
armed forces.
There are a handful of good
men and women in both
parties, but if in doubt, always
vote against the incumbent. If
you judge contemporary


politicians by their record, it's
abysmal. Congressional
hearings have become largely
a farce, where panel members
make speeches rather than
ask intelligent questions. They
usually don't start work until
Tuesday and are out of there
by Thursday afternoon or
Friday. They have more
holidays than Santa Claus.
Therefore, it's no surprise that
they never, ever get their work
done on time.
We are a nation of 300
million people. It's shameful
that these 535 nabobs are the
best we can do to run the
government. Actually, they


Columnist


don't run it. Special interests
and the corporate'elite run it.
Congress has allowed both
the judiciary and the execu-
tive branch to usurp most of
its authority. Can you imagine
a member of the executive
branch telling a senator or
representative that he or she
can't see something because
it's classified? Congress and
the executive branch are
coequal. Under our
Constitution, the president is
not a higher office than that of
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BETTY'S PLACE



Trainer Helps Put



Emma On Top


Youth and age are a winning
combo. Pretty 10-year old
Emma Mitchell was the youn-
gest rider on the oldest horse
at the United States Eques-
trian Federation Suncoast
Sunburn Classic Aug. 26 in
Tampa, and it paid off.
She took first place in the
Introductory B class, second
place in the Introductory A
class, as well as the Intro Divi-
sion Championship and the
Youngest Rider Award.
Her horse, a 25-year-old
veteran Lippizan show horse,
Adrian, took home the honor
of being the oldest competing
horse, and a big bag of horse
treats.
A fifth-grader at Stonewall
Jackson Elementary School,
Emma has been in training for
about a year with Plant City
resident and United States
Dressage Federation bronze
and silver medalist Jill Hardt.
Jill brought Adrian out of
retirement for Emma's first
and his last competition, held
at the Florida State Fair-
grounds.
Adrian, once part of the Lip-
pizan show at Boardwalk and
Baseball a Polk County
theme park that closed in 1990
is a retired advanced level
dressage horse. Don't look for
Adrian to retire for good, how-
ever, because he now, along
with Jill, will be teaching riders
of all ages the sport of dress-
age.

Register promoted
at Sunshine State
Congratulations to Frances
Register, branch manager of
the Brandon branch of Sun-
shine State Federal Savings
and Loan
Association,
who was
S. recently
promoted to
"' vice presi-
S dent.
She started
with the asso-
ciation in
Plant City in
Register 1958 as a
teller /
bookkeeper.
She has since managed
offices in south Brandon and
Walden Woods in Plant City,
and has been at the Brandon
office 16 years. She and her
husband, Henry, are lifelong
residents of the area. Frances
is a graduate of Turkey Creek
High School and the American
Savings and Loan Institute.
She is also active in the com-
munity, particularly with the
Greater Brandon Chamber of
Commerce and is a member
of First Baptist Church in Plant
City.

Davis' mark anniversary
Roland "Ron" and Marcie
Davis celebrated their first
wedding anniversary with a
trip to the nation's oldest city,


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


St. Augustine. They were mar-
ried at Clair-Mel First
Assembly of God in Tampa,
Sept. 1, 2005.
Marcie works for the Tampa
chapter of the American Red
Cross and Roland works for
J.W. Knight Electric. Between
them, they are parents to four
children; Ronnie, Anthony,
Meagan and David. Ron is the
son of the late Jean Nicci of
Riverview and Roland and
Barbara Davis of Boston.
Marcie is the daughter of
Sandy and Jim Thompson of
Tampa and Jerry McCallister
of Riverview. Happy anniver-
sary Ron and Marcie.

Branch Ranch gone,
but taste remains
There's good and not-so-
good news from the Branch
Ranch Dining Room. The res-
taurant is closing after 50
years, but the good news is
they'll continue making the
famous sweet cucumber pick-
les, strawberry preserves,
orange-pineapple marmalade
and buttermilk biscuit mix,
which will be available at gro-
cery stores and over the
Internet. They want to thank
everyone who helped make
their dream possible for so
long.

Anniversary, birthday wishes
Happy September anniver-
saries to Dr. Hal and Lynn
Brewer, Mark and Berta
Jordan, and happy September
birthday wishes to Bill Wat-
kins, Danielle Odden, Jack
Jones, Alicia Gilbertsen, Mar-
garet Sikes, Dot Knox, Barbara
Miller and Joyce Payne.

Welcome Dr. Frank
Welcome to Plant City Dr.
Pier Frank of Diversified Med-
ical Health Walk-In Clinic,
directly across the street from
the South Florida Baptist Hos-
pital's James L. Redman
Emergency Center. Frank's
residency was at the Yale-affi-
liated St. Raphael's Hospital in
New Haven, Conn., and he
brings expertise in urgent
care, urology, family medicine
and pain management. He
was an emergency room phy-
sician for 10 years.
A bicycle and swimming
enthusiast, he and his wife
Xochitl have five children


Photo courtesy of Karen Mitchell
Above, 10-year old Emma Mitchell poses with 25-year old Adrian, a Lippizan show horse, and Plant
City trainer Jill Hardt.


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Photo courtesy of Marcie Davis
Above, Ron and Marcie Davis
are celebrating a blessed year
of marriage.
ranging from ages 3 to 24 -
Alejandra, David, Adriana,
Gabriela and Jacqueline.

A busy volunteer
Gwen Shirley, a mother of
three sons, says she enjoys
helping people in small ways,
and as a vol-
unteer at
South Florida
Baptist
S Hospital she
has accrued
_. 14 years and
more than
S 3,000 hours
people from
Shirley all walks of
life.
Gwen not only volunteers at
the hospital, but at Spring-
head Elementary School, and
is a member of Welcome
Baptist Church in Lithia. God
bless you Gwen, the Auxilian
of the Quarter at SFBH.

Book focuses on
pioneer families
Before her death last year,
Helen West, the niece of Isabel
Martin Preacher, was
researching a book about
Hopewell pioneer families.
See BRIGGS, Page 17


BETTY BRIGGS/photo
Office assistant Jazmin Nunez and Dr. Pier Frank welcome
patients to a new walk-in clinic.


Photo courtesy of Jessie Frankowiak
Jessie Frankowiak of Plant City recently completed the equine
massage therapy training program at Animal Dynamics in Ocala.


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COMMUNITY BRIEFS


Red Cross seeking volunteers
The American Red Cross
Tampa Bay Chapter is seeking
active or retired nurses with
RN or LPN licenses to serve as
volunteers.
Volunteer nurses serve as
an integral part of Red Cross
Disaster Action Teams that
operate from five Red Cross
offices in Hillsborough, Pasco
and Pinellas counties: Tampa,
Brandon, St. Petersburg,
Clearwater and Hudson.
Nurses provide health care
education, assistance in
obtaining medical care and
medication replacement and
follow-up care to victims of
home fires, hurricanes and
other disasters.
During hurricane relief
efforts, Red Cross nurses may
be assigned to shelters to assist
in providing health related


services to shelter occupants.
In addition, they may also
accompany Disaster Action
Teams which respond to local
community emergencies.
Those interested in serving
as Red Cross volunteer nurses
must have a current RN or
LPN license, be dependable,
in good health, have a flexible
schedule, be willing to
undergo a background check
and possess a strong sense of
caring and compassion for
Red Cross clients.
Prospective nurse volun-
teers undergo 10 to 18 hours of
training, including an orienta-
tion to the Red Cross and par-
ticipation in Red Cross CPR,
First Aid and Disaster
Response training courses.
Information: Kipp Holloway,
348-4820, ext. 893, or e-mail to:
Holloway@tampabay.redcr-
oss.org.


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

Consumer complaints
answered
The Hillsborough County
State Attorney's Office has a
consumer protection agency
in Plant City. Consumers can
schedule appointments to
speak with an investigator
about their complaints on the
second and fourth Friday of
each month.
Agency representatives can
assist in investigating, mediat-
ing and sometimes referring
complaints regarding unfair,
deceptive and criminal acts
and practices by businesses


and individuals posing as a
business. Appointments are at
the Plant City Courthouse,
State Attorney's Office, 302 N.
Michigan Ave., Room 10.
Call: Hillsborough County
Consumer Protection Agency,
903-3430.

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

Kids Cafe
The Kids Cafe is offered
Monday through Thursdays


SEPTEMBER 14, 2007 + THE COURIER 9

from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Center,
1601 E. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. The Kids Cafe serves
nutritious, hot meals to
school-age children.
Call: 759-9343 or 757-9195.

Weekly square dances
Weekly plus-level square
dances with rounds are offered
Wednesday from 7 to 9:30
p.m. at Strawberry Square
Dance Center, 4401 Boot Bay
Road. Call: 752-0491.

GED classes
The Hillsborough County
School District offers free
adult high school credit and
general educational develop-
ment diploma classes.
Classes are offered at more
than 100 locations and during
flexible day and evening hours
with customized instruction to
meet individual student needs.
Information: 276-5654 or
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Do er. S. Doirer Rd & Douwing St.
659.26001
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Clupel: 1109 E laura St.
"52-'389
Mount Ofire. I1113 It Madison 51
MIIunt Olir e: Horton Rd. j-2628
APOSTOUC
.Asamblea Ipostolica:
1501 Colson Rd. "3'-3496
4poslollc Ctmrhu o'jlesus Christ.
1212 U. Revuolds, 4"-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
abundantt lif.: Pnecrms Rd.
lithia,. 68S5-4240
&Bluani': 9804 Harner Rd.l
Thonotosassa. 986 .5"'!
Calvary Fellowship:
1110VA Gordon St.. "52 5005
Christian life .Assemblh -
3120 5. Miller Rd.. 65"-4802
Dor er First" SR 5'" & Pettle Rd.
6890313
Faith Temple: I. 1-at Hillsborough-Polk
County line. "52-0532
Faith lighthouse:
3.09 SR 39 "52-1885
First Plant Ciht.
lhaplie .riffin Rd.
_ of SR39 S. "52-3351
Forl A.lafa: cornerr of South Huir. 39
& Siiller Rd. 3"'-4656
Kesrille: 5R 640. '3"-.803
Mount lion:
I 4 at Thonotosassa Rd, '52-1614
Pleasant G6re:
FTrke, (reek Rd. "'3"-3529
I ictor' Wobrship Center.
County line Rd. '5"-6089
Sydney: Srdner Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of Sdne-Dor'er Rd. 6590532
Durkey Creek:
Turkey (reek Rd. "-54.53'2
BAPTIST
.Ahara: Turkevy reek Rd.
tv. of SR 60. "3"-3'39
Alafla Baptist: 222 .lafla Church Rd.
634-8845
ntoch: Horton Rd, '3" 3240
Berea: SR39 5, "3"-1232
Bethany: Cork Rd. '52-92109
Bethel: 804 f. Renfro St, "-54-2239
Beulab: Alten & County line Rd,
lithia., "'3-122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd,
"'5228"5
Burrhmood Temple: Euclid Dr &
SR 5'., "52-3"82
Call an Free Will:
3539 frapnell Rd E.
Cedar Groe: E. Keyrstlle Rd.
'3"- 1234
Central of lilhia.
Pinecrest & Kerstille Rd
churchh on the Rock:
301 F. .lsobrook. "52-3"40
Community Christian:
1310 V.S5haunon.ire., "5-5383
Crossroads: SR39 5. Pinecrest.
3'-1211
(ountrnside Baptist Church.
13322 Sydnel Rd.. 5"l-8200
Dorer first- A. Gallagher Rd.
659 0203
Eastside: 1318 F. Calhoun St.
"51.2681
East Thonotosassa: ihinlosh
6 Knghlts-Griffin Rd. 986 t3 6
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 It. iashington St. "5-6661
First Baptist churchh oflfidanar:
Midiar Rd. "52-.209
First Baptist l/thia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
Il thia-Pinecrest Rd., 3"-1121
First Plant Ci7':
503 V Palmer., 52-i 101
First Tholotosaa llissionary:
,Iclntosh Rd. 986 4"56
Harmony Baptist Chunbh:
6008 II Anights Griffin Rd. 986 "165
Hopeueater. 56"-5518
Hopeuell. 5R39 S. 3". 3053
knights: Paul Buchman Hail.
"52 49"2


ltebanon: Branch forbes Rd.
'52-2006
Lone Oak: lone Oak Rd. "5* 52"8
Mount ,Ioriah Freenill:
a rren &.Iohnson St. "5 439'
Itount loriah Freewill
2042 (olson Rd. "3"--190
Mount Olite: 604 W. Ball St.
'54.3834
Aen, Hope Freenill
Baptist C(hurh.
3101 Sidner Dorer Rd.. Dorer
Neu Mt. lion Freewill.
3041h Daniels Rd.. "52.-3985
.\orlhside:
1"00A.. Franklin St. '"52.2-9
OWkuood irpolt Rd. "-52.-599
Plant (itr Prinmitie:
509 ,. Evers St. "'5-3261
Pleasant Giore First:
Turkeyr reek Rd. "3"-2556
Shiloh Baptist (hunbh.
905 It: terrace Dr., '54-"4--5
Springhemt 5S. Wiggins Road.
"5+4- 89
St. lake llissionar.,:
108 Y. Warnell 51. 5- 5+992
St. farn's Freeuill:
Hunter & Warren 51. "5-5+6853
St. Marn' Missionary:
180i 5.R. 60E.. 73"-3668
St. tarn's Communiuth (hunrb.
90' E. Laura St. *54-1616
Sdne,: 1510 Cre Rd. 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist (burch:
544" hrkey Creek Rd.
813- '3" 122
Turkey Creek First:
Trapnell Rd "52'-890
I Ihtory Itissionar : taki Rd
hIek'ome Baptist. 11308 Icelcome
(burch St. (813)-3 "-2288
Welside: 2503 I: Granfeld Are.
"52H1450
ihiehurst Rd: 901 A. Whilelmrst Rd.
"54-5-05

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little (toim 15510 County Rd 39.
lhbia., 634-4"-l
Salem Primitire:
1+4402 Salem Church Rd.. S.dner

CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St.
"52.8251

CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 Wilder Rd.
52-2"-1
Cork: Cork Road. "52-1521
Laura St: 1310 [. laura St.
"52-2858
Springhead iWiggins Rd. 54-1485

CHRISTIAN
SiDisciples Oii Chnl sh
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd.
'525385


CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christlan:
.rclntosbl Rd. of SR 5"1

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
,\eu 6race: 1214 E. Laura St

CHURCH OF GOD
Cl'ivelind Tenrn I
Calrarn Conmunity:u
5209 Smilth-Rials Rd
Dover. Douwinuig 51, 659-2900
Plant Cih:l 2103 .Ihudlake Rd. "52. 6591
Turke) Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
at SR60., "3--1331
Thonolosassa:
1'02 A. Tarlor Rd. 986-1916

CHURCH OF GOD
lAnaerson, Indianal
kingsuas, First: 2808 Kingsuwai ,5..
Sefflner. 65"-'500l
Plant Citv. Grace Fellouship
"13. lisobrok St. 361 8190
First: A. onidon and Baker SI.
'52-6438
Gospel Tabernacle: Alien e. Haines St


EPISCOPAL
St Peters: 301 v farer St.
"52.5061

FULL GOSPEL
Destiny Chtr'h of Plant C1i1
1112 N. Wheeler St.,
813-659-2181

HOLINESS
Delimerance Tabernacle:
808 U: (.rant St.
Refuge Cburch of Our Ionl:
"28 u. Ball St.

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Taberimcle:
2311 S ommuonds Rd. "5 .3813
Restoration Assembly:
106 5. Fiers St.
Erangelists for aesus Tabernacle:
SR 5'-. F. of Do.er. 659-0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Caliary Chapel Plant Ctr:
1310 North Shannon Are.. 892-0510
Christian Grouth Center:
1310 &N. Shannon. '19-2909
Cmoenant Bible Church:
1408 Fomlin 51. "54-1133
Deeper I ife ellow ship:
Coiltla Rd. Wof SR 39 ,.
Revi-al Outreach Center.
225 N. Dover Rd. 681-2250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall: 3202 ,\. Maryland .re,
'52-3345

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of esus Christ LDS:
1805 N. Park Rd. '52-63-6

LUTHERAN
Hope ILMS: 2001 Park Bird. "52-4622
tord of life MtA:
2104 MSud lake Rd. '52-6064

NAZARENE
Plant City Community
Chnurb of the Nazarene
2-402 fudlake Road. "52-'863

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel Felfouship:
W.Mld in A.e.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sanmnonds Rd "54-3843

Greater low Christian (enter:
1109N Franklin St. "59-82'0
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffier Flemenlar,
School. 65"-'914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. "64-0929
lampa Bible Fellou'ship:
10201 E. Hillsborough lie. '51-26'-
InLh, Christ hurn-h:
1911 /. Gordon 51. 659-2624
louman s Praise and worship (enter:
1l.S.92F

ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Orthodox Church:
3820 Mtoores lake Rd. Doaer. 659-0123

PENTECOSTAL
Greater Heights Family
Worship Center:
3301 (lemons Rd. "51- "088
living alters Foursquare
Church: 602 5 Eters St. '59-0528
Neaw Hope worship (enter.
803 Itahone' St. "5".6123

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Do'er: .toore's lake & Holiness
(burch Rd. 659 1301
Churrc of the thiing God:
1102 I-ler 5t."5'-58-40

PRESBYTERIAN
Er angelical Plant Citr.
1 IC" harlie Griffin Rd. "59-9383
First Presiyterlan Plant Citr:
4-041 Reiwolis St. "52--1211


SANCTIFIED HOUNESS
IKilk nuith God .tinist-:
15140 SR 5"'. Doaer, 659-0930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant Cih: 2203 Stumatber-, Dr.
52-4-694

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, INC
'tSf" (tSingle.4gain Fellouship '
ran gelism") 2011 South higgins Rd.,


SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 U.Jolmson Rd.
"54-5968

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. MSark Ilnited Ohurnh:
2914 Lithia-Pinecres-t Rd, laIfro.
685-0998

UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W Sam Allen Rd.
'54-3241;
Domer First Moore's Lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1i15
First Plant (ih: 303 '. Eers St1.
"54-3519
race: 1801 f (herm' St. 659-3"18
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr. "54-2l1
Springhead. 2305 Sparkman Rd.
'52-5"51
St. Luke: 809 E. laura St., "'.-6051
Thonolosassa: Fort King HII'v at
mistletoe e Dr.. 986- '135
Triniti Plant Clty:
402 Wi English St. "52-9316

WORD OF FAITH
Faith Outreach Church of Plant Civy
HCC Plant Cito Campus/
John R Trinkle Building
1206 northh Park Rd.. "59-92"3




Trinity United
Methodist Church
402 English St..
Plant City

Pastor's Message 9/17/06
"Taming Your
Tounge"

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

For more
information call ,!

813-967-5046







SHILOH

BAPTIST

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


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
iOh of 57-1 Doveri
Sunday Masses
7amr &11 ?anam Enqiish
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St. .L
Plant City, FL 33563
iOti I-J. E...i 21 S':.urh
t813i752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Evers Street
Downtown Plant Ci t
ibn'.'Eer, I [cTiold & B' kB r Sreets-

WORSHIP HOURS
S.00 am Chapel Commuruon

0':' 0im Contcnipcrarn Vor-hip L,
The \Vesle\ Centre
10 00 am Sunday Shool
iChludren Adulti
11 00 a, Tradinonal 1\or'shp in
The 5anct'ual
Sunday Evenings
south Small Groups & Wrtr4up
6-00 8:00 pm
Wednesday Evenings
South FeUlowship PO Jv ER Kid.
PrLrn, Time Dinner Addt Stu,J
6:00 8:00 pm
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
tiv-rhe.lotrronie org iww, raimcplantoti org


LONE OAK

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













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SEPTEMBER 14, 2006 THE COURIER 11


IN THE SPIRIT



The Rev. James Smith Countryside Baptist Church


James Smith was raised around
Plant City after his father moved the
family to farm strawberries here in
1940. When he married Judy Hires, a
girl whose dad ran a Dover grocery, he
sealed his ties to a community he has
never really left. Today, Smith leads a
congregation that blends a strong
relationship to Plant City's past with a
clear vision for its future.
For more information on the
church, 13422 Sydney Road, call 571-
8200.

Q: Where were you born?
A: Opp, Ala., in 1937, the "city of
opportunity." I left the first opportu-
nity I got! My daddy was a strawberry
farmer. I graduated Turkey Creek in
1955.

Q: Why ministry?
A: I love farming, but God had
different ideas. When I started dating
my wife, I had to go to church. The
pastor (Dover First Baptist) asked me


to give the youth message and when
we got married (1959) I surrendered to
the ministry. I was preaching anyw-
here I could.

Q: What was your first
S church?
^ A: I preached at
Sydney Baptist when I
I was 22 and bi-vocational,
working with Adamo
Insulation as a purchas-
Rev. Smith ing agent.

Q: Did you go on to school?
A: My boss gave me a check for
$2,000 so I sold our little house, quit
my job and we went to Florida
(Baptist) Theological College at
Graceville for three years. Then we
went to Mobile Baptist College.

Q: But you came back?
A: To Westside Baptist Church; we
had a big bus ministry. We love Plant
City and we love the people. That's


when I got my doctorate degree from
Florida International Biblical Theolog-
ical Seminary in Orlando.

Q: Then you preached revivals?
A: Evangelism is my heartbeat,
reaching people. We did full-time
revival meetings for nine years, about
42 weeks a year. I've been to the
Philippines two times and Africa one
time doing evangelism.

Q: Have you lived anywhere else?
A: I pastored at Calvary Baptist in
Daytona Beach, Springhill Baptist in
Fernandina Beach and Gapway
Baptist in Lakeland.

Q: What makes you proud of your
wife?
A: She's a prayer warrior and she
does so much work for the church; she
plays the piano, she encourages me,
she's always stood with me and
behind me in any decision. I couldn't
ask for a better pastor's wife. She's my


strength.

Q: How old are your children?
A: My son, Jeff, 32, is in the ministry.
He just moved to Greensboro, N.C.
My girls are Lacinda, 38, and LeAnne,
40. I have eight grandchildren.

Q: When did you return again?
A: Twelve years ago, we left Gapway
and came to Eastside in Plant City.
Then God directed us to find this 30
acres here. It's been a little over a year.

Q: What's your vision?
A: To meet the needs of people, to
let the community know that this is
their church, to reach people for Jesus.
Our motto is, "Where friends become
family."

Q: What keeps people from church?
A: They look at the wrong people.
The community sees somebody who


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G & W Maintenance and Welding Harrell's Nursery
American Auto Service Haught Funeral Home McGrath Poppell & Co. Inc
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12 THE COURIER* SEPTEMBER 14, 2006


DEATHS


Olson
Lenore Olson, 84, of Sarasota died
July 4.
She was born in Mineral Point, Wis.,
and came to Florida from Decatur, Ill.
She did volunteer work at The Salva-
tion Army and nursing homes and was
a member of Shiloh Baptist Church of
Plant City.
She is survived by a son, Eric of St.
Louis; three daughters, Lynn Davis of
St. Louis and Jean Jannopoulo and
Joellen Nalefski, both of Sarasota; a
sister, Katharene Schimek of Plant
City; and two grandchildren.
National Cremation Society, Sara-
sota.
Bessent
John W. "Buddy" Bessent, 59, of
Lakeland died Aug. 27.
He was born in Jacksonville and
moved to Lakeland 31 years ago.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of the
Vietnam War.
He is survived by his wife, Sharon; a
son, John Jr.; a daughter, Stephanie
Dempsey of Plant City; a stepson, Ste-
phen Damon; his mother, Lois Wilson
of Jacksonville; three brothers, Hank
Wilson, Hoppie Wilson and Sammy
Wilson, all of Jacksonville; two sisters,
Billiefaye Sutton and June Hilliard,
both of Jacksonville; and a grand-
daughter.


Central Florida Casket Store &
Funeral Chapel, Lakeland.

Hines
Virginia G. Hines, 86, of Englewood
died Aug. 28.
She was born in Philadelphia and
was a homemaker and a Baptist.
She is survived by a son, Joseph M.
Jr. of Madison, Wis.; a daughter, Van
Marie of Triangle, Va.; four brothers,
Harry Greene of Haines City, Bill
Greene of Dover and Bill Greene and
Ray Greene, both of Plant City; six
grandchildren; and six great-grand-
children.
Haught Funeral Home.

Hemphill
Ruby Hemphill, 92, of Hilton Head
Island, S.C., formerly of Plant City,
died Aug. 31.
She is survived by three daughters,
Yvonne Shores of Ocala, Beverly of
Haines City; Luanna Morris of Hilton
Head Island; 11 grandchildren; and 13
great-grandchildren.
The Island Funeral Home, Hilton
Head Island; Haught Funeral Home.

Mangrum
James E. Mangrum Jr., 66, of Plant
City died Aug. 31.
He was born in Sylvania, Ga., and
was a longtime resident of Plant City.
He was the owner of Mangrum
Construction.
He was a member of Moose Lodge


2295; American Legion Post 72; Elks
Lodge and Eagles 4356, all of Lake-
land.
He is survived by his wife, Karen; a
son, Aaron of Lakeland; a brother,
Robert of Auburndale; a sister, Aletha
Norman of Plant City; and a grand-
child.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Caudill
Vernie D. Caudill, 72, of Plant City
died Aug. 29.
She was born in Rome, N.Y., and
came here from Leesburg three years
ago.
She is survived by a son, Robert of
Navarre; two daughters, Robin Hyrons
of Plant City and Laurie Hyrons of
Blountstown; two brothers, Billy Parry
of Rome, N.Y., and Griff Parry of
Dalton, Texas; two sisters, Rita Young
of Yalaha and Gladys Windish of Ocala;
and seven grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Powell
Maynard I. Powell, 86, of Plant City
died Aug. 31.
He was born in New Smyrna Beach
and was a longtime resident of Plant
City.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World
War II and a carpenter.
He is survived by a son, Robert Man-
grum of Auburndale; a daughter,
Aletha Norman of Plant City; eight
grandchildren; and 15 great-grand-


children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Keene
Nathan R. Keene, 96, of Plant City
died Sept. 2.
He was born in Putnam County and
was an agriculture and citrus grower.
He was an honored member of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints where he served as an elder for
more than 60 years.
He is survived by his wife of 74 years,
Reba; two daughters, Shirley Loyd of
Plant City and Lois Sullivan of Mel-
bourne; a son, Melvin Keene of Plant
City; two brothers, Leon of Plant City
and Bill of Grand Ridge;.three sisters,
Dorothy Benzon of Bountiful, Utah;
Clara Walker of Grand Ridge and Joyce
Layton of Plant City; 11 grandchildren;
28 great-grandchildren; and three
great-great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Oyer
Mervin R. Oyer, 88, of Plant City died
Sept. 3.
He was born in Carroll County,
Ohio, and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
He was employed in nursing home
maintenance.
He is survived by his wife, Jewel; a
daughter, Shirley A. Aley of Ohio; a
stepson; four stepdaughters; 21 grand-
children; and 25 great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.


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at the Florida Air Museum
presents

APOLLO 13: THE MISSION
"FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION"


Speaker:
GENE KRANZ
Former Mission Control
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Pat Edwards, a cancer sur-
vivor who went through sur-
gery, radiation and now
chemotherapy, has organized
a cancer support group that
meets on the first Thursday
night of each month.
Edwards chairs the group
meeting at 7 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 303
N. Evers St., and works hard to
keep the meeting to the point.
The length of meetings are
held to one hour, including a
guest speaker and discussion.
"I'm a nut for punctuality
and sticking to a schedule,"
Edwards said. "We invite a
guest speaker each month and


will do everything we can to
stay on schedule. If people are
like me they want the meet-
ings to start and stop on
time."
Last week's guest speaker,
Dr. Hal Brewer, is never one to
be shy about
speaking to an
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informed and
entertained those
attending for an
additional seven
Brewer minutes.
"No extra
charge for those seven min-
utes," Brewer said. "I could
have stopped at any time. But
we all seemed to be having
fun, so I gave them the full
treatment."
Edwards said she made a
special exception for Brewer
since he had a local following
and a special way about him.


Brewer went over the basic
information regarding the
causes, forms and types of
cancer that are most common
today. He discussed the
changes in treatment that he
has seen since getting his
medical license in the 1960s.
He spoke of the improvements
in radiation and chemother-
apy compared to his early
days in medicine. He kept his
comments short and to the
point but found his answers
appreciated by those attend-
ing.
"Every cell in the body is
susceptible to cancer," Brewer
said. "And every cell is linked
to our vascular system. Blood
is the common bond between
cells and many types of
cancer."
Noting there are 70,000
miles of veins in a healthy


adult, Brewer tied the produc-
tion of red blood cells within
bone marrow, the lymphatic
system, skin tissue and other
organs into a fascinating study
of how cancer can occur and
thrive.
"There is no silver bullet
waiting to cure all cancers,"
Brewer said. "But continued
research, tests and time will
continue to reduce the risks of
contracting untreatable
cancer."
In a diversion from current
medical practices Brewer gave
a demonstration of an
electronic vacuum tube device
used in 1913 as an alternative
treatment for an unending
variety of common illnesses.
"Beware of miracle cures
backed up with nothing but
testimonials," Brewer said.
"Look for the tried and true.


Look for documented trials
that prove that a cure is scien-
tifically tested and based on
authentic studies. Avoid snake
oil cures that make outlandish
claims. Cancer cures are being
developed. But they take time
and there is a long way to go."
Next month the guest
speaker will be an official from
the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer
Center and Research Institute
at the University of South
Florida.
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those who care to join us,"
Edwards said. "Survivors,
patients with ongoing treat-
ment, caregivers and friends
are all welcome."
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based on that index for the year up
to July. Insurance premiums have
increased 12.5 percent over last
year, he said.
None of the city workers chose
to speak at the meeting, but the
consensus was they were appreci-
ative of the premium changes, but
still disappointed with the small
pay increase.
In other action, commissioners:
Approved the placement of a
veterans memorial monument in
the parking lot at city hall, north of
the traffic circle. The memorial
creation, construction and
placement could cost about
$500,000, with the money provided
from private contributions col-


elected. by the Veterans Memorial
Monument Committee and volun-
teers. Mayor John Dicks made a
personal contribution to Jennifer
Closshey, the committee's chair-
woman, during the meeting. An
unveiling is planned for Nov. 11,
2007.
City Manager David Sollen-
berger sent an application for the
city to the Florida Recreation
Development Assistance Program
to gain state funding to develop
EUllis-Methvin Park. The first phase
of the park's development plan
has received a state grant that will
start construction of two full-size
soccer fields, a walking trail,
landscaping and parking.
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goes to church and their example
doesn't show the fruits of being a child
of God. But they don't know. Lost
people act like lost people.
Q: What should Christians do?
A: Instead of being judgmental and
condemning people, we should reach
our hand down and help them and
love them and show them there's a
better way. Sometimes we want
people to feel good and we stop
preaching the gospel. I don't water the
gospel down. If they get in a right
relationship with God then they're


going to feel good. We need to get
back to the word of God.

Q: Where do they start?
A: The Book of John. It gives an
overlay of everything, then Romans
and Ephesians.

Q: Do you have a favorite scripture?
A: Jeremiah 33:3 "Call unto me, and
I will answer thee, and show thee great
and mighty things, which thou
knowest not." That's a promise.

Q: Do you watch TV?
A: I watch the news and I like
westerns "Bonanza" and "Gun-
smoke." I also like "The Waltons" and


"Little House on the Prairie."
Q: What do you do for fun?
A: I like horseback riding. I've got a
horse now I've got to get broke. I also
like to play golf, cast-net fish and ride
dirt-bikes and four-wheelers with my
grandkids. It's a blessing.
Q: What challenges do you see?
A: If the church doesn't do some-
thing other than what we're doing,
we're going to lose a whole
generation. I don't mean change the
message, but some of our methods.
Then in Plant City we've got so many
different nationalities we're going to
have to learn to communicate, relate
and fill needs of people.


Q: Are you optimistic?
A: I believe the best is yet to come
but we're going to have to have a
revival. Revival is for God's people -
evangelism is for lost people.

Q: Who do you admire?
A: When I find somebody that really
loves Jesus and is really a soul winner,
I want to shake their hand, I want to
have prayer with them, I want to
fellowship with them.
-Derek Maul
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REESE
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a senator or a representative.
And all of them, Americans
must never forget, are just the
temporary hired help. They are
not our lords and masters.
They are hired help who are
supposed to work within the
strict limits set by the
Constitution. Under our
system, sovereignty rests with
the people, not with the
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BRIGGS
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jumper shows for more than
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Mr. Bunny takes a dive,
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Write to Charley Reese at
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about my granddaughter's
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SPORTS


ROBERT CONEiSiaffphotos
Durant junior Chris Plante performs an inward dive on the 3-meter diving board
at Brandon Sports and Aquatic Center. Plante finished third in the state diving
meet last year.


Durant Divers Eye State Crowns


DOBACK, PLANTE
STARTED YOUNG
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The list of true standouts in the
sport of diving is a short one in Hills-
borough County. So it would appear as
quite a coincidence that two of them
happen to both attend Durant.
But in the case of Kaylee Doback
and Chris Plante, it's not so surprising.
The juniors have been at it for years,
and have known each other most of
the way.
"I started when I was 5 years old,"
said Doback, who along with Plante is
a junior at Durant. "I was a gymnast,
but I would always watch the divers at
Brandon Swim and Tennis Club (now
Brandon Sports and Aquatic Center)."
Like Doback, Plante got into diving
after starting off in gymnastics. He
started to dive at age 8.
Diving was a good choice. Both Cou-
gars are expected to receive athletic
scholarships to college. In the mean-
time, both are hoping to bring Durant
a state championship.
Last year, Plante was third in the
state while Doback finished eighth.
They were both second in the region
meet, which was considered good for a
couple of sophomores at the time.
Both compete at a national level
now. Plante has qualified for the Junior


Above, Kaylee Doback, a junior at Durant High School, practices at the Brandon
Sports and Aquatic Center. As a sophomore, Doback finished eighth in the state
diving championships last year. She said she's shooting for a seven-spot
improvement this season. Left, Plante and Doback are close friends who've
known each other since they were very young. Each started diving before they'
were 10 years old.


National diving meets the last two
years and has traveled to events in
North Carolina, Georgia and even Buf-
falo.
Doback and Plante are very close,
but do not practice together. Plante
travels to Largo where he has worked
for two-and-a-half years with coach
Tony Perrillo; Doback is still at Bran-
don Sports and Aquatic Center with
her coach since age 5, Joe Greenwell.
Although they train apart, when
competing for Durant the duo share
the same intensity for the sport.


Doback just displays hers more out-
wardly.
"I'm crazy and outgoing. I don't like
to lose at anything I do," Doback said.
"I'm self-motivated, very stubborn."
Plante said the two are "pretty much
the same way ... she just gets really
excited, really quickly. She probably is
a little bit crazy."
Doback said that coach Greenwell is
more "philosophical, into details"
when it comes to getting her ready for
competitions.
"I'm the one going hard, saying
'Let's do this!' and he has to calm me
down," she said.
One motivation to excel comes from
her brother. Adam Doback last year
became the first state champion at
Durant, winning a title in wrestling.
Adam is tough on Kaylee ("but a good
tough") as far as needling her to match


his achievement, but supports her
every step of the way going to meets.
Since they began diving, neither
Doback nor Plante has wavered in
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Plante's initial reason for getting into
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"I wanted to be a swimmer, but it
was too much work. I guess I'm kind of
lazy," he said. "It started out as just
something different to try, and cer-
tainly not a life goal. But now, I really
want to get that scholarship."
Plante said he has received letters
from Dartmouth and Boston Univer-
sity.
Durant's next competition is Tues-
day night at BSAC. The state meet is
scheduled for the first week of Novem-
ber at the Fort Lauderdale Aquatic
Club.


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LAKE GIBSON ON FRIDAY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Just keep looking ahead to
where the road clears up a bit.
That is the mantra Plant City
football coach Kevin Kelley is
presenting to his team.
But until then, it's one more
week of tough going.
"The reality is right now,
against these upper-echelon
teams we're playing, it's
tough," Kelley said. "But these
kids know, and they know
they still have a lot to play
for."
Last week the Raiders
played the No. 1 ranked team
in Class 4A in the state, a


defensive monster known as
Armwood. The Hawks rolled
to a 34-0 halftime lead and
then coasted to a 39-0 victory
that dropped Plant City to 0-3
for the year.
This week, the Raiders host
Lake Gibson, which is not
quite in the same class as
Armwood but at the same
time is pretty strong, ranked
No. 6 in Class 5A. However,
the Braves are coming off a
defeat last week, 19-13, to Riv-
erview.
"Riverview was able to con-
trol the ball, and they got them
to turn it over a couple of
times. Obviously, we have to
try and do the same thing,"
Kelley said.
Lake Gibson has a very tal-


"The reality is right now... it's

tough. But these kids know they

still have a lot to play or. "


KEVIN KELLEY
Plant City High School head football coc

ented front seven on defense
and a good rushing attack that
includes quarterback Bre-
shawn Barnes. Last season,
the Braves advanced to the 5A
region final and gave Lakeland
its closest game of the play-
offs.
Kelley was very pleased with
Monday's practice, on the
heels of a good effort in the
second half against Armwood.


"Those kids had nothing to
play for in the second half but
pride. The game had already
been decided. And they came
out and did some good
things," Kelley said. "But to
compete with a team like that,
they're so big, we're just going
to have to live in the weight
room for another year and see
what happens next year."
Especially impressive


against Armwood was sopho-
more linebacker Durant Lowe,
who "couldn't have played
any better," according to
Kelley. Lowe recorded 13
tackles.
The good news, as Kelley
pointed out, is that, despite
the 0-3 start, Plant City has
not gotten into its Class 5A-
District 7 schedule yet. Next
week, the Raiders play News-
ome, which started strong but
fell to 1-2 with a surprisingly
lopsided 24-3 loss to East Bay
on Friday.
"Newsome's beatable,
Brandon, East Bay, Tech,
Bloomingdale are. It gets
better," Kelley said. "It's just
tough how the schedule stacks
up right now."


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S ^ SHARP CUTS


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Media Guide Cover


Durant junior fullback Travis Ellis pushes into the end zone in the first half at Brandon. The Cougar
offense scored four touchdowns, but the defense was unable to contain Eagle tailback Mike
Brown in a 27-26 loss.


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PLAY BLOOMINGDALE
ON FRIDAY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Kickoff could not possibly
come any quicker for the
Durant Cougars. A
heartbreaking loss last week
to Brandon has Durant jump-
ing at the chance to take the
field again.
"I am very, very eager to
play again and the team is,
too," said Durant head coach
Mike Gottman, clearly still in a
troubled mood several days
after the defeat.
Durant had everything set
up for a last-second field goal
to beat the Eagles. After a wild
sequence in the fourth
quarter, the Cougars trailed by
a point but got the ball at the
Brandon 36-yard line with 1:


Brandon's Mike Brown runs
wild vs. Durant.
35 to go. Kevin Gainer ran
hard up the middle for nine
yards, then converted a third-
and-1 with a strong run and
added an eight-yard pickup to
the 16-yard line as the clock


wound down. The plan was
obvious.
"You bet. We were going to
let the clock run down to four,
five seconds and call time out,
take the field goal and go
home a winner," Gottman
said.
But on the final handoff,
Gainer did not control the ball
and it went right to a Brandon
player. The fumble was recov-
ered with 18 seconds to play.
Gottman said he had never
lost a game in such a method
in his 20 years of coaching.
"And Kevin has been doing
such a great job all year of
securing the ball. He was dev-
astated," Gottman said.
While unable to pick him-
self off the turf, Gainer was
consoled by a Brandon player
who would have stood to lose
despite a fine game himself.
The Cougars had big problems
See COUGARS, Page 20


Since I would imagine
most of you are not on the
Notre Dame athletic depart-
ment's media mailing list,
here's a cool little fact you
probably missed.
One of Plant City's own is
featured, front and center,
on the cover of the Fighting
Irish's volleyball media
guide. Danielle Herndon,
the former volleyball/
basketball star at Durant, is
the cover girl.
The cover has a full team
photo on the top half of the
page, but the only action
shot is of Herndon getting
ready to pass the ball. Pretty
cool stuff.
Notre Dame is the presea-
son favorite to win the Big
East conference. Though the
Irish are off to a 4-4 start,
they are playing a strong
schedule.
And thanks to USF enter-
ing the Big East a year ago,
Herndon's friends and
family now have a great
chance to see her in person.
Notre Dame takes on USF at
the Sun Dome on Nov. 5.
Who set the Plant City
volleyball schedule by the
way? Their next three games
are all on the road: at
Lakeland (tonight), at
Sarasota and then back to
Sarasota Riverview.
Today marks the highlight
of the Plant City golf sched-
ule. The Raiders host
Bloomingdale and Lakeland
at Walden Lake. Two of


DAREK
SHARP


these teams could very well
be headed to the state
tournament. But only two of
them can advance, since
that's how many are allowed
out of the region.
And here's one for you:
Watching the end of the
thrilling Brandon-Durant
football game Friday, a
weird thought came to my
head when Brandon looked
like it might run out the
clock. The Eagles led 27-26
with more than two minutes
to play and Durant only had
one timeout remaining.
It turned out not to matter
because the Cougars forced
a punt, but had Brandon
gained one more first down
the Eagles would have
clinched the game. That is,
unless Durant decided to let
the Eagles score.
At first that seems like a
ridiculous notion, but think
about it. What's a better
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Fishing derby set for Sept. 23
The semiannual, free Kids
All-American Fishing Derby,
hosted by Plant City Recrea-
tion and Parks Department,
will be held in the back park-
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Sept. 23 from 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Preregistration for ages 6-15
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at the parks administrative
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SHARP
Continued From Page 19
option: Watch the clock run
out and lose by a point, or let
Brandon run for a touch-
down, kick the extra point
and be behind by eight
points with two minutes left?
Still plenty of time to tie the
game.
Well, Durant coach Mike
Gottman thought about it,
too. And I'm guessing had it
come to it, he would have
gone with option A.
"One of my coaches told
me we have to let them score


fidence in children while they
are having fun at the same
time. Developed for ages 3-5,
this six week program, meet-
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evenings in October and
November, costs $25 per
parent/child team. Sessions
are at the Dort Street tennis
courts (rain location Plant-
een Recreation Center).
Register through Sept. 20 at
the Planteen Recreation
Center, 301 Dort Street. Space
is limited.
I n fo r m a t i o n:
www.plantcitygov.com/rec,
click the Start Smart link, or
contact Deborah Haldane,
dhaldane@plantcitygov. com,
or call 757-9166.

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Information: Dave Wyatt,
695-3783, or e-mail plantcity-
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and I just said, ?You have to
be kidding me.' But that
would have been the only
way to get the ball back. That
would have been the most
difficult thing. I have never
let someone score. I would
have a real problem with
that."
But still, something to
chew on next fime you're
watching your favorite team
behind by a point and
unable to stop the clock,
huh?


mp4Durant's Archie
Rembert gets
dropped behind
the line of
scrimmage in the
first half at
., Brandon by Eagle
.. defenderWale
Agbede, who
J. .r. made several big
plays on defense
in the 27-26
victory. Durant
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Bloomingdale
this week to try
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record at 2-2.
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COUGARS
Continued From Page 19


with running back Mike
Brown.
In his first full action after
missing most of the Eagles'
two losses for disciplinary rea-
sons, Brown came back and
did his thing ? namely, sprint-
ing around the edge of the
defense and racking up yards.
Brown finished with 241 rush-
ing yards and had the go-
ahead score, a 77-yard dash,
with 4:20 remaining.
Before Brown's last touch-
down, Gottman faced a deci-
sion that he is also kicking
himself for. With the 26-21
lead, Durant had the ball at
midfield, facing a fourth-and-
one. The chance to put the
game away was there had the
Cougars gone for it.
Conventional wisdom calls
for the punt, pinning the
defense deep, unless the
opposing team has a player
like Browniwho can go the dis-
tance at any time. Gottman
chose to punt, and two plays
later Brown scored.


"I will take that play call to
my grave," said Gottman, who
second-guessed himself right
away. "You know that guy
(Brown is that good), you
know that it's coming ... and I
wanted to go for it. But the
right call is to punt."
Brandon did its best to give
Durant the chance not to
regret the decision. The Eagles
had their own fourth-and-one
at the 2:26 mark, and chose to
go for it but jumped offside.
Then there was a bad snap on
the punt, handing the Cougars
the ball inside Brandon terri-
tory.
Gottman refers back to a
point much earlier in the game
as a turning point. Durant was
great in the first half, leading
14-0 after scoring on its first
two drives and then getting a
turnover for a chance at 21-0.
But the Cougars could not
score and Brandon answered
back with a touchdown drive.
Durant did get a touchdown
with just 10 seconds to go in


the first half, with Jeremy
Fussell connecting with Dean-
thony Banks to put the score
at 20-7. Gainer and fullback
Travis Ellis also had touch-
down runs.
The other Durant points
came on a play when Fussell
lofted a pass over the middle
that Taylor Gamill grabbed
with his fingertips and took in
for an 83-yard score. Thai
made it 26-14 on the first play
of the fourth quarter.
In the first half, the swarm-
ing Cougars defense, led by
linebacker Eric Councill, was
able to contain Brown.
Good news arrives in this
week's opponent: Blooming-
dale is struggling this season,
and it was shut out by Plant in
its first game and then crashed
out, losing to Leto.
"You're not sure how you're
going to come back from a loss
like that, but I think- we're
ready to put it behind us and
get a real bad taste out of oui
mouths," said Gottman.


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SLawn & Garden ]((Miscellaneous For Sale))(( Nurseries & Trees ] Restaurant / Hotel 11 (( Tickets ]) (( Dogs j]) ( Dogs )) (( Horses & Cattle ] [([ General J)
[ Equipment Jj INDUSTRIAL heat unit. NURSERY: Closeout Sale, Equip. JJ BUCS TICKETS, 2 seats, GERMAN SHORTHAIRED YORKIES: Silver & WANTED! Horses, o- DATA ENTRY! Work
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MOWER Honda Rider million BTU burner, fire- 813-685-535 / 924-535 TAYLOR ice cream ma Face Value. Email: 9/06 4M-1F AKC sire; cert, 1st shots family mas, cattle & any ani- ble Hours, PC Required.
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tachments, lhp, 30 1206 CFM exhaust blow- atrophyfisherman@ w/ 8 spout Flavorburst, or Call (610) 268-5616. champion. Dogs you can 941-966-3573 dogs. Tack, trailers & unity Serious Inquiries
cut,n ood condition, er, all controls, gas cs.com less than 200 hours. Sac- hunt & live wh. $1000 equip. Top prices aid. -80-344-9636ext.300
$450. 813-689-0454 pipe train. Like new. TCallAL 6 -815 -, 5508 BulCSTix's each 813-961-4253 ADORABLE Good home. Call yndiRIVER-HIRING AL
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1 Machinery & t Many tyes. Please call Bu Sell & Trade GET 8 month protection PUPPY SALE u FIED DRIVERS for Cen-
NEEDAHome Phone? (813) 4-6002 anytime Sewn Machines 7-290-2216 from le tic infesta- ( Poultr tral Florida Local & Na-
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sistance? $18.49.Basic Supplies Jk. bAKRENdA O.N,%opr ,Extcad ,
BACKHOE 2000 310E John Qualified with: Meic- tropicalOPICALS***** & S es Tools ecvean pa- a n ful poultryca. Hens & Ro hoazmau no pumps, great
Deere, 4x4 Backhoe. 99 aid, Food Stamps Mango Avacado* JUKI DDL-8700 Industrial tented release. TSC uers, brown egg-layers benefits, competitive
Crosley Lowboy trailer, AFDC/TANF, Sec, S, uaaLychee*. straight stitch, with ta- BRAKE LATHE Stores 813-707-1185. A Selection of More a. er ay & new equipment
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Florida Forklift HDTV $39.50per WEEK, FIFurniture/Supplies I ing $595. Galvanized. X11nP upoissilmy, esithe, : r teams, o opera-
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since 1974. Parts, vc, ing under $20. Free D igi- CHAIRyCuc-nnoIon-,NeededEufa lSA aI JACK RRIERS, HiE L $ WA N Tper D
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mosF 6 mos warr TAMPA Bay Lightning All EOF813--9 813-3 r0 s, lt eauul very on- er Required. Exce experience necessary.
$1106. Lift also available Season/Half Season $ E 8 13 4 cedrs, registered, 7 fe- ate, have arents.$375. nt SCreriouso, in www.easywork-
813-390-0391 Tickets. Four seats on CUBICLES- Steel case POOL TABLE 100% SOLID males (1 white), 1 male, 941-923-0831 rio uriO" reatray.com 1-800-
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2004, asking O $700. non-electric, fully auto $399. EOF. 813-877-9400 din top, never ine, sots, health A / dining establishments
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al LS 5 for 24,000 1 n gal. $3900. wirth ul-out board for $1406 813-774-7701 fawn black mask & fla- ready Oct 4 $750 SW s school Director & Teach- to judge quality / cus-
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Jouke Box Services Also (727)8047463 Co Lmercial Graer ts CHAMPION-Gun Safes 81400. Readys8o go 8/28. Corn Ok% Sauash (( Driver / Delivery keeping the Army Na-
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rTeSn Urnorofices, s s j CHIHUAHUA pups (4) full $ u.Cashn Greens.Spinach, Mixed Excelen home time
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24 THECOOUER' ESBPTEMK1BE14, 2006
((Medical/Health Care)) (( Retail ) ([ Trades ) (( Schools )] ( Legal Notices ) (( Legal Notices ) (C( Legal Notices )} ([ Legal Notices j) (( Legal Notices ])
WEEKNED Radiology Retail SATELLITE Installers& HEAVY EQUIPMENT OP- RESOLUTIONNO RESOLUTION NO of an ordinance entitled: decides to appeal any ordinance may be in-
Transcriptionist, exp, Sales People. Direct TV ERATOR TRAINING FOR 192-2006 193-2006 decision made by the spected by the public at
work from home, fax ********************** exp. pref. Truck & tools EMPLOYMENT: Bulldoz- AN ORDINANCE OF THE City Commission with re- the office of the City
res 689-2741 CMTI req. 727-326-3223 ers, Backhoes, Loaders, A RESOLUTION OF THE A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, aspect to any matter con- Clerk at the Nettie Berry
Dump Trucks, Graders, CITY COMMISSION OF CITY COMMISSION OF FLORIDA ADOPTING A sidered at such meeting, Draughon Municipal
r Scrapers, Excavators; THE CITY OF PLANT THECITYOFPLANT BUDGETAND hewill need record of Building, 302 West
S Part Time j National Certification CITY FLORIDA CITY FLORIDA DECLAR- APPRORIATING CERTAIN the proceedings, and for Reynolds Street, Plant
J Job Placement Assis- ADOPTING THE INISINTENiNTO MONIES FOR THE GENER- such purpose e may City, FLorida.
WAREHOUSE 1 tance; Associated Train- TENTATIVE BUDGET OF ADOPT A CAPITAL IM- AL OPERATION OF THE need to ensurethat a
PERSONNEL I ing Services (800)251- THE CITY OF PLANT CITY PROVEMENTS BUDGET CITY FROM ITS SEVERAL verbatim record of the Section 5. This resolu-
BEALLS OUTLET 2 7 4 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR FOR THE OR THE TWELVE proceedings is made, tion, as notice of the
Immediate openings in BCALL www.equipmentoperat BEGINNING OCTOBER 1 fISCAL YEAR AND FOR MONTH PERIOD BEGIN- which record includes pepoosed enactment of
Brandonand Shop for aarr that's or.com. 2006; PROVIDINGFOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS NING OCTOBER 1, 2006 the testimony and evi- sai ordinance shall be
Carrollwood Shop for a career that's PUBIC HEARING AND THEREAFTER, AND AD- dence upon which the published in The Couri-
This is an entry-level po- more suited to yourHEAVY E uiment ADVERTISING THE SAME VISING THE IME AND A public hearing at appeal is to be based. er, issue of September
sition that requires late needs. HEDUAVN EgIpe t A ER TIn FSASR 2ED HBAMNGTHE LIc which time interested The proposed ordinance 14, 2006
night/early-morning EDUCATION ator CERIIED. Hands AS EUIR BY PLACE FOR A PUBLIC parties and citizens may may oe pspected ny 1e
hours and a flexible Bealls Outlet offers a on Training. Job Place- SECTIA STA00TU065, HEARING THEREON. appear and e earns may puic at te office of the Aoted by the City Corn-
work schedule This fitting opportunity for a meant Assistance Call. WHEREAS this Cit with respect to the pro- City Clerk, City Hall, mission on September
fast paced warehouse those seeking real 6 ERS hs it posed budget will be Plant City, Florida. 11,2006.
environment requires advancement potential. [. Schools ASSOCIATED TRAINING this.City Manager's has submit- hed te SadyetGibb
moving newspapers Join us at SERVICES, 5177 MaE as heretofo the Cital Martin Autitorium of the Section 3. In accordance JOHN L. DICKS
arrive at the center to LOCATION and discover fromHome* medical, Lecanto, Florida 34461 submit ted tothe City Improvemnts Budet for Nettie Berr Draughon with the Americans with MAYOR-COMMISSIONER
cfic areas within, a great fit for your *Business, *Paralegal, Commission his the fiscal year andfor Municipal uilding, 302 Disabilities Act.any per-
specific areas within g e r y Business, Paraiegal, prood anual budget the next fiveyears West Reynolds Street son with a disability re- ATTEST:.
havee the bilitt career. JCso mputers, Crl HIGHSCHOOLSDIPLOMA o a estimatedofthe theragter,enow thereforeF P Ir qurng raonnbl d
Mlift601bs.repetitivey.. Justice. Jobplacement IN3-MONTHS Home expendituresmand Florida, on September commodation in order to VIRGINIA L HELPER
You must possess basic SUPERVISORS d Study-lndeenen Reg- revenues of the city BE IT RESOLVED BY THE 25,2006, at 7:30 P.M., or participate in this meet- CITYCLERK
math skills, basic comn- URVI R provided. Financial Aid steered w/orida Dept ensuing the fiscal year, CITY COMMISSION OF as soon thereafter as the ing should call the City
uter knowledge and & if qualified. Call 866- Of Education Accreit- which proposed the THE CITY OF PLANT matter may be heard, Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at Approved as to form and
e organized. 8-2121 ed National Associa- Aual t comprises CITY, FLORIDA: andfollowing said hear- least 48 hours prior to correctness:
If you don't mind getting CASHIERS www.nlineTidewaterT tion Private Schools. theCit's native ing, the ordinance shall the public hearing.
your hands dirty and ech.com MiamiDade Christian budgefor theensuing Section 1. The City Corn- be considered by the KENNETH W. BUCHMAN
supplement a pa ourt-time b to Full-Time & Part-Time Academy 786-488-9971 fiscalyear; and mission hereby decares City Commission at said Section 4. This resolu-. CITY ATTORNEY
cosuppleme, ntwe our n employ Classifieds. / 786-597-4977 its intention to enact the meeting. tion as notice of the pro-
me w aer employ- offer excellent Tampa's marketplace. wwwMimi- WHEREAS-sufficient Captial Imrovements posed enactment of said NO; 5015 9/14/2006
eDadeta Tampa'ur etpace. aeChristianAcademy. copies nnual Buug etWfeensuring Section2. Allpersonare ordinance shall be pub-
media company, a com- bmedicalts, isance ludinor com have been preparedand fiscal year and for the advised that ia person listed in he Courier, is-
petitive wage and train- medical insurance or there are copies on fie in next five years there- decides to appeal any sue of ThursdaySep-
itvewageandtran- both full and part time ( Tradeshee ther co h ar decision made by the temper 14, 200.ep-
Interested applicants employees.. For Cerkfice.riospetho by aonfileinthe offiCe fte City Commission with re-
can mail resume to 202 more information, call e pectiony n t office y m at Apoted by the City Con-
S Parker St, Tampa FL our Plant City location "'- public; and CityClerkfor inspection t e t such meeting, mission n September
33606, attn Kimberly Kel- at813-75004.eoe HEA WHEREAS opportunity public earning thereon he will need a record of 11, 2006. RESOLUTIONNO
circulationjobs@tampat wil..l... JV1.T will be heldain the Saye ucurposehemay JOHNLDICKS
rib.coum (no attach- www.beallsoutletcom OPERAeTOR hardreaitiventote cit of bth nAuritoriumr need to ensure that a MAYOR-COMMISSIONER A RESOLUTION PROVID-
ments). Please refer- OPERATOR heard relative to the city of the Nette Berry verbatim record of the ING NOTICE OF PRO-
ence "Job IdT#B975" in | TRAINING FOR Annua9 Bub ett BuIang, 302uWes proceedings is made, ATTEST: POSED ENACTMENT OF
the subject line. IO M ENT ublchrAin te Reynol s Street 'City which record includes AN ORDINANCE BY THE
THE TAMPA TRIBUNE is YMadye LEGAL Gibbs martin Ha), Plnt Ci Lorida thetestimony.a nd evi- VIRGINIA L. HELPER CITY COMMISSION OF
an equal Opportunity Autorium of the Netie on Setembet 25, 2006' dence qponwhich the CITY CLERK THE CITY OF PLANT
Employer. (C Trades Berry Draughon at7:3 P.M., or as soon appeal is to be based. CITY, FLORIDA, AS RE-
A drug test is required Muicipaluilding, 302 therafteroasethebatter Approved as to form and QUIRED BY SECTION
for position. LANDSCAPE FOREMAN t Legal Notices )W: Renolds Street ( City mrfter as tbe he mattrd Section 3. The pro- correctness: 66.041 FLORIDASTAT-
for est'd Landscaspe ,Hall), Plant City, Florida, y be heard posed ordinance may be UTES AD OTHER APPL-
THE IIiPA T'NIBL'NE Co. Must have exp. U.S. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE on September 11, 2006 Section 2. All person are inspected by the public KENNETH W. BUCHMAN CABLE LAW.
..... ..... Drivers Lic. reg'd. Ben. t& a Notice is hereby given and notice of said advised that if person at the office of the City CITY ATTORNEY
Call 8-4, 813-659-0001 that on September 19, hearing was iven as decides to appeal any Clerk attheNettie Berry WHEREAS, this City
S2006 10am at Rentlok required by section decision mae y the rauhon Municipal NO;5014 9/14/2006 Commission has on this
St AT6C1X2 Self Storage 1205 S. 200.069, Florida Statue: City Commission with re Buildin, 302 West date read for first read-
S Retal Bulldozers, Alexander ., Plant now therefore. aspect to any matter Reyno Stt da. n he proposed ordi-
B City, FL will conduct a sidered at such meetn, Hail), Pla nance hereinafoer refer-
Plant Merchandiser B Backhoes, 8 sale for cash to the high- he will need a record Section 4. The Cit Co red to; now therefore
Fast-paced, growing oa_ ders I.ipr est bidder or otherwise theproceedings, and for mission shall cause this BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
Company looking for Lo.a.d- .ers, 6 dispose of the contents BE IT RESOLVED BY THE such purpose he may, resolution to be publish- CITY COMMISSION OF
Part ime retail sales iRl DumplTrucks,- of rental units leased to CITY COMMISSION OF need to ensure that a
merctanrisers to service DAimII and believedtocontain THE CITY OF PLANT verbatim record ofsthe e inTheCourier, a local RESOLUTION NO THE CITY OF PLANT
live oHds/plants for the Graders, Scrapers, the following CITY, FLORIDA: proceedings is made, newspaer, issue of Sep- 196-2006 CITY, FLORIDA:
Real Home Center In- UNIT 8325 StaceMercerWhich record includes 4,2006, as pub-
dustry. Hositon reequirnes BiSeibt er10-17 Excavator fi hold Section 1. The City thetestimony and evi lic notice at least 10 days A RESOLUTION PROVID- Section 1. As required by
stocking plant tables W These sales are being Mangers proposed dence upon which the in advance of said hear- ING NOTICE OF PRO- Section 166.041 Florida
with new and existing www.TBO.Co.m held to satisy a Annual Budget for the appeal is to be based. ing. POSED ENACTMENT OF Statutes and other ap-
products. Prefer garden Au -National Certification Landlord's lien. insing Fiscal earn SectionA TheN ORDINANCE BY THE licable law, the City
or big box experience. copies of whlc are on Section 3. The City Clerk Section S. in accordance CITY COMMISSION OF ommission of the.ity
Bacround chek and Financial Assistance PAMELA J. DREWS file in the office of the shall cause this resol- with the Americans with THE CITY OF PLANT of Plant City Floridaice
drug test required. A MANAGER S City Clerk is hearDy tion to be published in Disabilities Act a.ny per- CITY FLORIDA AS RE- does hnerenbygive notice
Reliable transportation -Job Placement adopted as the tentative The Courier, a local son with a disability re- QUIRED BBYSEION of the proposed enact-
with current automobile udgae of the City Of newspaper, issue of Sep- squiring reasonable ac-. 041ORIDA STAT- ment o an ordinance en-
insurance and a driver's .sita~c Need a house? Plan City, Florida, for temer 14, 2006, as pub- commodation in order to UTES AND OTHER APPLI- titled:
license required. Excel- Don't dwell in the fiscal year beginning lic notice at least 10 days participate in this meet- CABLE LAW.
lent Benefits Package. 800-514-9907 the wroengplace. October 1, 2006. in advance of said hear- ng should call the0 at WHEREAS, this City AN ORDINANCE OF THE
Wage: $10.00- $11.50/hr S B B Associated R ieds stat restue least 48 hours prior to Commission has on this FLORIDA AMENDING
Real Estate resource. the public hearing, date read for first read- SECTION 102-39, PLANT
Email: Trining Services Find the keyto your withontheAmerican s withe ingthearing proposed ordi- CITY CODE,REGARDING
mlukic@retailantservicwwwequipmntoptor.com n Classifieds. Section 2. All ruired Disabiliies Actany per- Apoed by the CtyCom- nance nereinafter refer- SERVICE CANGES THAT
es.coin by Section 200.02,1 son with a disability re- mission on September red to; now therefore THE CITY MANAGER MAY
,- Fir,',r;-i St-tue.u the'Ci, quiring reasonable .ac- 11, 2006. EESTABLISH FOR SERV-
r' Sr rde rh JiOHN ICEelS i om mUaion r in orer- E T R Y TH C PERFORMED BY
Independent Independent Independent Independent C I. Jirecd i comodationJOHN L. DICKS cITY COMMISSION OF THE PLANNING AND
IndeenCentrC s Independentost I eContractors ,rnvnrlI ladpli Ciy'i participate in this imeet-
Contractors [ Contractors Contractors Contractors ent o nai a t a ing should call the City MAYOR-COMMISSIONER THE CITY OF PLANT ENGINERING DEPART-
I I I -.. udO ,lr rhe- Tamin, Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at CITY, FLORIDA: MENTS- PROVIDING
-:- ". '*" ".. .- ," .. ...-. Tribune. ane uspao.rcf least 48 hours prior to ATTEST: FORSEoERABlITY AND
S-.":y."-;,'-. :., ..,.;A general circulation in the public nearing. Section 1. As required by PROVIDING FOR AN EF-
'11illsn rough Cournty. in VIRGINIA L. HELPER Section 166.041 Florida FECTIVE DATE:
ihreannrnd orm Aoted by the City Comr- CITYCLERK Statutes and p- The proposed enactment
by.raw. a:,%Iddby law.nd mission on September mm caol t law; the City The proposed enactment
Abh rn w 11, 2006. Approved as to form and omission of theity of saidorinancero
:,,#, lbe held on Septemb 1r 25, correctness: of Plant City, Florida lowing second reading,
200 ia :30pm, r JOHN LDICKS does hereby give notice shall be considered by
-I 26 a: H'nih:r mr ae-.rh MAYOR-COMMISSIONER KENNETH W. BUCHMAN oftheproposed enact- the City Commission at
ir- J 4- liruri,,t tC fjfri, TES:NO;5012 9/14/2006 of the Nettle Berry
.--< ...*.l, Berrn.[rauqnrcr VIRGINIA L.HELPER AN ORDINANCE OF THE Draughon Municipal
,- e Munria Cuidrn. S2 CITY CLERK CITY COMMISSION OF Building, 302 West
.evr. Pri S-" .:-I-Int PLANT CITY, FLORIDA Reynolds Street (City.
i ora, i'rNf.i.fr- Apn.proved as to form and PROVIDING FOR SERVICE Hacl), Plant City,Florida,
pu. r 1 heari, '.g correctness: CHANGES FOR FIRE on Seotember 25, 2006
comerns o,' a OSAFETY INSPECTION at 7:30 P.M., or as soon
newspaper, ssue ,l KENNETH W. BUCHMN SERVICE CONSTRUCTION thereafter as the matter
Sep ember 14, 2006, a' CITYATTORNEY RESOLUTIONNO PLAN REVIEW, PERMIT- may be heard, at which
pubic not btler, 1. i P195-2006 TING AND DEVkLOP- time interested parties
dl. r,ind.aSrace 'D.. ai NO;5013 9/14/2006 MENT REVIEW; AUTHOR- and citizens may appear
arrm..' ng r A 9/14/ 6 A RESOLUTIONOF THE IZING THE CITY MANGER and be heard with re-
... r gard Inth C S O RaA CITY COMMISSION OF TO ESTABLISH SAID aspect to the proposed
Budget THE CITY OF PLANT SERVICE CHANGES; ordnance.
4.e..rCITY, FLORIDA PROVID- PROVIDING FOR PENAL-
Sect;n i. in iN:cordCancO ING NOTICE OF PRO- TIES- PROVIDING FOR Section 2. All person are
*wirm the Am.rincaoranNi POSED ENACTMENT OF SEVERABILITY; advised that if a person
SDisabiliii Act any ORDINANCE CHANGING PROVIDING FOR AN EF- decides to appeal any
person wllth a disaility RESOLUTION NO THE NAME OFTRAPNELL FECTIVE DATE. decision made by the
n require reasonable 194-2006 RIDGE PLACE TO HAR- City Commission with re-
raccoiedi tn g ,r,-,rralr VEST ORCHARD DRIVE. The proposed enactment spect to any matter con-
?aro bae ,rtnie P L A RESOLUTION OFTHE of said ordinance, tol- sidered at such meeting ,
m, rii s o HEaiin --ih CITY COMMISSION OF WHEREAS, this City lowin secondreading, he will need a record of
Sler ui h- THE CITY OF PLANT Commission has on this shall e considered by the proceedings, and for
S' CITY, FLORIDA PROVID- date read for first read- the City Commission at such purpose he may
S a a I "" S'.e ht-ir ING NOTICE OF PRO- ng a proposed ordi- its meeting in the Sadye need to ensure that a
a' F inor I t pul:i POSED ENACTMENT OF A nance hereinafter refer- GibbsMartinAuditorium verbatim record of the
SI BUDGET ORDINANCE, red to; now, therefore of the Nettie Berry proceedings is made,
SI Sect,,,n4. Ann eresilutitn AND FIXING A TIME AND Draughon Municipal which record includes
shall b&sbm i l PLACE FOR A PUBLIC BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Bull ding 302 West the testimony and evi-
VIG A 'mmdailuon HEARING UPON THE IN- CITY COMMISSION OF Reynolds Street (City dence upon which the
'Va. Ao" *, .. r iat. h [he TENDED BUDGET, IN AC- THE CITY OF PLANT Hall), Plant Cit, Florida, appeal is to be based.
*' ""'+ CItv 1. o:,e .:.ion ,-,1 CORDANCE WITH SEC- CITY, FLORIDA: on September 1, 200G6
.' 'ti 'aSetember 1n1 200? d TION 166.241, FLORIDA at 7:30 P.M., or as soon Section 3. In accordance
STATUTES Section 1. As requires by thereafter as the matter with the Americans with
i fAi JH14L DliICiliKS Section 166.041, F oriaa may be heard, at which Disabilities Act, any per-
l. IOH L D IK tER WHEREAS, this City Statutes, and otheappli- time interested parties son with a disability re-
u_^i ~ je== 3e '^A^ ff^.y^ gihB MaYn(.(.'MMissIOtiER Manager's proposed cable law, the City Comr- and citizens mav appear quiring resaonableac-
.*,[ ATTEST Annuel Buaget has been mission of the City of and be heard With re- commodationinorderto


rthe ensuring fiscal year, CITY OF PLANT CITY, decision made by the Section 4. The proposed
KENNETH W. BUCHMAIJ in accordance with Sec- FLORIDA CHANGING THE City Commission with re- ordinance may be in-
CIYATTORNE tion 166.241, Florida Stat- NAME OF TRAPNELL spect to any matter con- spected by the public at
utes; now therefore RIDGE PLACE TO HAR- sidered at such meeting, the office of the City
SO:1 5012 9 14 2006 VEST ORCHARD DRIVE. he will need a record of Clerk at the Nettie Berry
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE the proceedings, and for Draughon Municipal
o-i tI CITY COMMISSION OF The proposed enactment such purpose he may Building, 302 West
THE CITY OF PLANT of said ordinance, fol- need to ensure that a Reynolds Street, Plant
CITY, FLORIDA: lowing second reading, verbatim record of the City, FLorida.
shall Be considered by proceedings is made,
S' Section 1. The City Corn- the City Commision at its which record includes Section 5S. This resolu-
mission of the City of meeting in the Sadye the testimony and evi- tion, as notice of the
S... Plant City Florida hereby Gibbs artin Autitorium dence upon which the proposed enactment of
declares is intention to of the Nettie Berry appeal is to be based, said ordinance shall be
M adopt a budget ordi- Draughon Municipal published in The Couri-
nance, as provided in the Building, 302 West Section 3. In accordance er, issue of September
Enrhance your Classified proposed Annual Budget Reynolds Street (City with the Americans with 14, 2006
S. Ad wih Click & Buy. of tne City Manager cop- Hail), Plant City Florida, Disabilities Act any per-
S "ni' Tiwi r, ine. rrr,:r ies of which are on ile in on September 2006, sonwith a disabilityre- Apoted by the City Com-
aaiinif yuu 3a.1 the office of the City at 7:30 P.M., at which quiring resaonable ac- mission on September
mire inirmiritn n t Clerk for inspection by time interested parties commodation in order to 11,2006.
,.your printad n thepublic, -and in ac- and citizens may appear participate in this meet-
ayrrie rl I cordance with Section and be heard with re- ing should call the City JOHN L. DICKS
Sspaer carri are index c166041,FloridaStatutes, spectotheproposed Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at MAYOR-COMMISSIONER
ewspaper ....ie3 are .afld',...:.anmd other applicable law, ordinance. least48 hours prior to
pl-|. ( Tl.- Tmedia upliads Offer the City Commission the public hearing. ATTEST:
00t empn yet of The '. .redpr,re. hereby gives notice of Section2. All personare
a': .. .u .. ,r lel buyers bid the proposed enactment advised that ifa person Section 4. The proposed VIRGINIA L. HELPER





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((Office Space Lease)] ((Houses Unfurnished)) ([ Townhouses ) (( Boats )] ( Trucks Light Duty )) ((Sports Utility Vehicles)) (( ATVs J) ((Automobiles for Sale)) ((Automobiles for Sale))
PLANT CITY, Industrial CARROLLWOOD VILLAGE, USF area 2/1.5 patio $925 22' 2004 Seapro Center CHEVY 2003 S10 LS, X- CHRYSLER 2005 Pacifica POLARIS 2001 Scrambler BUICK 1988 PARK AVE- Jaguar 2001 S Type
Park Office Space for large 4/2, pool/pond, & 1/1 $700 both w/ console, 140 HP, John- cab, V6, auto, loaded, Touring model, 24K mi, 50. 1 owner, garage NUE, A/C system & A/C Silver w/black leather
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft, Ige corner lot, cul-de- W&D, Amenities Small son 4 stroke motor, On- like new, 36K, topper, alloy wils, CD, loaded! kept, red runs & looks power control new, used interior, asking $11,800
including Conference sac, $1,975/mo. Include pet ok. 6 mo & 1 yr ly 29 Hrs, $24,500 OBO 18-24mpg. $13,500 obo Fact warr. Exccond! great. tree helmet. engine, 80K. Many new Showroom Condition H
Room & Break Room. lawn/pool maint & all lease. Nancy 813-786- 813-684-9626 813-988-5197 $17,600 813-758-2611 $1050 cell 813-927-5566 parts, was going to re- Call 813-294-6584.
Starting at$160m app. 813-220-7060. 0626, 786-312-6626. 3' SEARAY Weekende FORD 1985 Larant F150 WEB ID #1847163 POLARIS 2005 400 eMaster cyl, brakesLINCOLN 1990 Towncar,
813-865-1191. THE COUNTRYPLACE West VALRICO Oak Valley 2br 1987, very good cond. truck, extra cab, V8, Sportsman, automatic, $1500 obo. 813-857-6094 white w/leather interi-
GEORGE LACKEY, CO 3br, 2ba, 2cg, 1614sf, 1.5 ba, all appliances, under 370 hrs. moving, runs good. LCiCk BUY 4x4, winch, 14 hours, ga- or, 180K mi, ac needs
G ... great area, new apples, water included, pool, must sell, $5600 obo. $2000080. 'CE-i rage kept, $5,000. Cal? BUICK 2002 Rendezvous work, clean $950/obo.
TAMPA Office Space w/ inground pool, single screened lanai, $1100 813-814-1304 Call 813-766-5651. FORD 1996 Explorer XLT 813-684-9649 after 5pm CXL, 129k, Capt's Chair, 727-776-0344
conference room.500 family home.r$1300 Mo. ion. + sec. & credit Gara.eA tVMaint.
3000sf plenty of park- Debbie 1- 973-460-233 check 813-909-0893. 24' Sea Ray 1977. Cabin FORD 1992 Ranger Ton White w/gray cloth int, YAMAHA 2006 YFZ 450 82 aint. Lincoln 1996 Towncar,
ing ng f Hrmin r1 d Cruiser. Good condition, V6, cold A/C spd extra clean new motor Limited Edition with 8 Signature Seris 75K mi
under market rent Hudsonnew 3br 2ba 2cg BRANDON Area TH 3 & 4 great for fishing. In- camper top, runs reat! w/warr. Allpower! 1st extras. Less than 20 ong owner Tan,
ies inc. 5118 N 56h St, home, Verandah's De- br, gated comm, pool. cludes trailer. $8000 $2350 obo. Call 813-842- $4900813-310-7749 hours. $5500 OBO BUICK 2006 Lacrosse, garaged, A-1 cond.
Across from Net Park. velopment, comm. pool Close to 75 and major Call 813-264-4395 2029. FORD 2003 Explorer XLT 813-960-8972 leather, heated seats $5300 813-685-0989
813-50Cal49 6-0524 e & park. Hwy 52, 2 mall Bi W. shopping mal325 Call 2 & 42' GRAND BANKS 1981 FORD 2001 F10 Harley well maintained, u es lumbar, traction controlL o
813C505ll4a9m56p6.0524 ark3Vet'3Hwy. Call Bill shopnFrogm1325Call 2 s w latsnrooK.((Automobiles Wanted)) under 10k, warranty LsiNCOLNr2r000aLcolSe1w-
S1 .81- -.Ford Lehman Diesel, 9 topper, 20"'heels, 32k black ext 2re int. er, V8, sunroof, garage
LAND 0 LAKES The KW Generator, Great mi black exc. cond. $14.5k 81-62-9824 Call 813-992-5555 Cadillac 1992 DeVille ket, 100K m exc cond.
S Groves. Brand new,' liveaboard,l2state- $2,400813-629-5953 GMC 1989 Jimmy 4WD. Cash and free pickup for 119k AM/FM A/C $700. 813-25-3560
I oId .nt xocoubrs. C h Iu.e a 2ley & ,n FORD 2003 Ranger- 37K Cold A/C. CD, Cruise ou r ca ng .rt alarm, leather all MAZDA 2005 6i, 16K
II Ne wII .gd w/etras g ass dec s, miles, exc cond, 109K Cntrl, Auto, all power o title OK. Thank you Rower 813)653-1797 miles, auto gold, remi-
3404357..ext warranty 4cyl new paint, dependable fr a vic kickli'ter@ netoun w/CD, all
fresharnish a. ndaint. 5spdbedliner7800 $2600 obo 81366-6408 CASH for any vehicle $2700.00 wr cruise m cond!
NEW TAMPA, Seven Oaks Captainmaintai813 968Y 13009 runnng or not. Same $12,400. (813) 319-3961.
2 yrs old3br, 2ba, 2c, Docked Sarasoa.. Good 813-968-2130 GMC 1999 Yukon good day pickup. Free Tow. CADILLAC 1996 Sedan (813 31-3961.
COMMERCIAL vault ceils comm pool condition. $155,000 FORD 2005 F150 STX, AC, condition, new tires, Please Ca Deville, arad, 67800 ERCEDES 1991 E300
REAL.E.TA SALE. ten crts, fitness center (660)879-4768 PS, 6 CD, bed liner, Ton: fully loaded. Moving. 813-966-3345 miles, b ue/ige g ex- runs and drives great.
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avail now A13-741-2912 45FT Sea Ray 450 very clean'! 14 500 813- 813-300-8004 $$$ CASH $$$ t727-363-7041 U$5or9es5 offer
45- T Sea Ray 450 Ex- 672-2258 584549Po W For Cars, Trucks &- 363-7041 813-240-5945
SDuplex / Triplex 1 PLANT CITY 3/2/1 block press Brigge, 2001 twin 549. HONDA 2003 Pilot, 4WD Vans Any Price/Any CADILLAC 1997 Seville
( Duplex / Tiplex )J home lyr old. tile, ss ap- Campers / Travel 430 Cummins Diesels, GMC 1999 Sierra SLE 99K auto, 4DR, seats 8, roof Time CALL ME FIRST! SLS 42K mi V8 DOHC
pZEPHYRHILLS ua wi liances. $1100 mo + 250hrs. Three state- mi, reg cab, long bed, rack, c all fact 727-505-3882 Northstar, has every-
der/b 3r/Pb Or e 813-957-8745 or J 2 1 Yrr a power e auto re ma 1pa H H thin Perfect gara
br/lba& 3br ba-44br 815-957-8744 nt. Generator, ac, w/gray in min cond Palms 813-77-0408 CASH ON THE SPOT ed 6995813-794-825 0l
total Income $&200/mo PLANTCity23/2/1blk T emenrand raa e lonelectronics, $7o00obo 813-300-0114 INFINITI 2005 FX35 mint Runinng Or Not CADILLAC 1999 DeVille
$325KFirm. 352-206 mintcond, largeard on $6900 813-247- autopilot, VHF' radio NISSAN2006 Frontier 4dr /38k m ussel Free Pick Up, 24/7 extra clean, loaded, 1 MERCEDES 2003Benz
0869. Web ID #1855515 $1300 mo + sec 7R2-1957 2868. Email for pics: base svsem, fresh bot. LE Crew-Cab, Alpine ivo ire $284b 5ow 8134 CD cahn er, 103K mier, tCLK3D2ES0 Con 030 ,u
PLANT C, random mechindser@aol.com tomjo ye wellkept. white, 18k CDf rack mk 813-416-1082 smoker, to CD MNTCO B-
PLANT iy" no,7.w$2854O0O 813-920-5643 1-20e0exender,'4-9400PAIDForCarsB.WRN.ND
lSBck&Buy v alrico, Riverview Ybor$0 31' 1975 Airstream trave ralumtool. CASH PAID For Cars $400l813-9240088 BW tY H WASH
"-".t 3Homes/Condos $1'100- trailer As tr3 5 avel813.-35-0029 box, MINT! Save Thou- ISUZU 1994 Trooper S au- Running or Not! We'll CHEVROLET1998 Lumina ONLY BLK To /SLVR
$2,750mo. Prof. ro 813-737-1062 Hurricane 03, 201, 150 ands$22,8obo to, 4WD,red, ice cold ac come pick it up! LS auto, AC all power $33k OBO(8 )632-7772
-Mngt. 813747-1128 1 813-1263 3U 8cane u w ., ne2 1 15813265-3348 200K mi, solid running Paying a little it more! asking $2660. Moved! MERCURY 1992 Grand
www.pcprofessional 40'FranklinTT 2006,self- t in botto ne TOYOTA 1994 Truck 4 vehicle, some wknee- Cal Rob at 813-610-1535 Must sell 727-421-3600 Maruis Sellin due to
property.com contain, 2 elect slides, well mintt, tlr cinder A/C, toolbox 00. -786-8810 CASH TODAY OR 813-263-7978 illness, loaded cold AC,
L J PLANT City, Brandon, oairs, awnin o /D $15,900 813-31-2831. $000 obo. Runs good, JEEP 1999 Grand Chero- For Carsrucks & Vans CHEVY 2003 CAVALIER 70KmI new tires clean
Valrico, RiverviewYbor td consid- GAS SAVER! kee Ltd, Gold Lthr lot, Runnin 'OrNot. 4dr, 53K ml 1 owner' $3200 413-340-2662
Homes/Condos $1 er trade 81-650-9345 LARGEST Volume Pon- Call 813-766-5651. Tow r Cylinder 81377 1 pwr brakes, A/CA MERCURY 199 Sable, PS
LE SeN SeKnBos2toon Dealer 0 mFloridaaCD, CoD AC 61K mi, radio w/CD, cruise, pwr PB Tilt, Cruise Ice Cold
$ g750mo. Prof. 4 rop I BUY5TRAVEL TRAILERS, See NSeaoing Boats! TOYOTA 2006Tacoma 00 Call -951526 HELP FIGHTw/C ise pwr Ti
Mngt. 813-747-1128 5TH WHEELS & www.donsboatino.com SR5 Pre Runner double $8,900.Call814-951-5267 HELP FIGHT seats, keyless .entry, AC, iN CBait 6 cyl,
REAL ESTATE wwpcproessional PARK MODELS 813-6771 cab. 8900 miles, 22990 CHILDREN'S 31MPG bo.352 hwa- Runs Great $300 obo
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AL e Valrico 813-220-1538 stall available remove $3000 813-368-0139 chrome, $21,000 obo. Commander, 25k orig or RVto hel D children SUBARU 2001Imurezae
NEW Tampa Villa 3d 813-737-4304, /571-2317 2 a vail.).Pat1c M $nu- 0 8 392
1 year new, inclW/D, private roperty- rd 2/2 i SE, 84kmi, silver/grey, .frm ZG .nake offer 352-793-4tinw. Juvenile Diabetes punfllt back sundrooublue
cable, p81one3-960309 A kitchen apanted OUTBOARD otor 19' WELLCRAFThp Car1996ax crt.CCealer 1535 Reearch Foundation ridge pear17" wheels.9
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/mo. 10 $675 + $800 deposit. LOOKING to Buy fusion re, built $4450. 727-459-6508 CASH aid for junk o- 1-800-8-0408. $11,000. 813-992-2142
813-259-75561 r Used 5THeeTrailer $ 29 2- i97-391 TOYOTA1992 Previa Van torcyles. We payupto 2002 HONDACIVICEX FORD 2004 Focus SVT, TOYOTA 1993 Camry
813-966-4L21o5tW W e". ill P7a7- Cash AC, dependable trans- $20,0ocash for any cycie Only $5-450! Police Im" 25,500 mi, nearly new, Runs great! 5 spd,.good
Rooms f Re...nt Call (72" 459-3856.a Sailboats portatIon. $3100 running or not. Tine pounds. For Listings adult driven, loaded, on gas. Nice wheels.
L STcyclecom 727-247-8785 call 1-0036-91 Ext ,hal or wrnv, asking $12009813-996-5879
L I G BRANDON Great location, (( Spas & Hot Tubs 34' Morgan 1969, 37h 813-285-4566 HARLEY 2000 Heritage 7169 $14,900. 352-597-4580 or 813-469-7674
S TT Ae Ifl mile away from 75Yanmar, runsgreat!C, ssic Softail, Lot of 2004 To.ota Tundra- HONDA 1994 Accord TOYOTA 1996 Tercel.
SOUTH TAMPA Beautiful n 1 ie wayd fm 7,, OUo or ofter. Boat 1O- .tVcl rome/ext re- sr .Must .. u aex- $800 OBO Fully Loadedi New paint job 2dr au-
pletelyeremdledfly Prices from $550-$800. $42 95, 2 its, SHP,5 cated in Hernando cent tune-up new trash include 20 inch n forlistingA to, AC 4c I runs'per-
p245remodeled fBl Bder each. 770-335-7423 ACURAu2001 MDX Tour- brakes w/trir, Ec Cond wheel, crome pack- 1-800-749-8167 fect, new tires &
tbone U'greatuaentleasecl.1-ca8aprsnfice1370,536.0. oatsantediver. 7 3 3ting, grayba eo, excel- $12,000. 813-989-3099 age, OVu system. Awso ext C752 brakes very clean.
$17i0amonth,$1700se- EFFICIENCIES $100/wk Cll 813-270-2369 oas JJ non-skg104K $1750 HARLEY 2001 Spo.rtster ing rear winowand HONDA 2003 ACCORD EX, $ 8
curity, Sept move in APTS $150/k Also 1-5908 883 00 Miles towing package. Price nay, V6 mint condo 4dr TOYOTA 1998 Camry LE,
pays sWcurm '.o-yno HOUSES n warspors nations.Wantedu W/Assessornes, Mint $2358Call 850-443- sedan, 2Kmmin, 4avsyst Abeigen 118m500 r ean,
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John at 516-526-8388 monthly. 813-217-5795 'AuuJe.sKis 19,97 ,Ex-- A AReDntn o power D K thr seats, s- very co AC, runs lke
TAMPA PALMS (Spanish: 813-774-4696) cellent condition. 2 Tax DeductibleuuAAR '"" u Davidsn 199 nated Y onauCona Do- ver, pwr sunrf, sec syst, new, $5300. 7&8-6229
Bea .rutif l upscaleNew motors on both in 727-4-179 X BMW 2000 X5."Nayws,, s ,s-Ro, King Big V n, RalEsae Io r Tax Da- new Michelin-tiresSyr
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bedrooms. Rent to own Wk 813-76 2a 9pm teries $64006BO #182$8$ Up/TowAny 727-12-9H89 leather, new tires load-
specials up to 1/2 of (813)571-396sound. Must sell $1 ,950 6525 web id #1828410 U rvleC hio" H YUNDA 2 ent 813-92-112.
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Duplex .. ApuollBeach ,"e 8i .455'68 days exc. cond. Ithr ray int. HARLEY DAVIDSON 1986 g 1-800-693-71 $907 w ,59 side air ba s, 9K miles,
Tuplex / Triplex 1Townhouse hb 2.5ba leves81 -A55-6881 days" silve ext moon, $25.9K LOW RIDER, 11K miles, ACURA 2002 3.5 RL, ten,4$9950.4727-459-65082b1owner,.?6,9 .
Sool,.ten rs, woo d 813-610-1884obo. 813-92419 $ 0 3-671-8434 very clean, books & re- HYUNDAI 2006 Sonata .7-546-9421
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107/mo. + $500 ep. 2br 1.ba. beside pool. 25hp, 4 stroke Yamaha ite sound, new tires, a nt-THTARLE DA ,VI lo AUDI 1998 A4 uattro1,,,ebID3#18421 dows. Brand New!
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waterview $1100 in. 1 ies, trolling motor, Parts / Misc. I mWithle! Lots of e sorts package. l y $450839-7,
Farms & Farmland)) J oo. Tree rent. 1 Mo. deI h finder $3995. Buick 02 Rendez. Call 861g -4527. oho.
3-789-2331. 81 -310-3737, 920-6740. Bay Area Motor Works CX Auto Ithr 1 owner, NNCall(80) 894-1670.
PLANT CITY, 2 1/2 acres CARROLLWOOD 2br 17', 1988 Tracker, l7hp Engine rebuild & install 39K mi,'Mint, townkg ODA 1998 excellent C '89 wh10 INFIN.1997045-
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cpt 2.Sba townhome, comm Mercury, trailer new Up to 3yr warranty $11,900 727-348-5294 o lent $40 owner non smkr, 5snd, 149K miles excellent
Has mobile home pool/ clubhse, on golf hatta, trolling'Motor, Auto/Iuoat/ RV 813-389 -9250. 6cd chgr, new tires,1oo-' condition, $7,475.
hookup. $400/mo. course, great location, live well, $2800. 813-926-9994 kino for a oood home 813-289-7888
Ist & Last. for rent or option to 813-949-4515 Engies $8&i00.727-2049332Tn"s ,D2 R E
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