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"Actor-scholar" Kelly
Reynolds, above, is
bringing the life and
times of Henry B.
Plant from whom
Plant City gets its
name to the Bruton
Memorial Library

Columnist has a sim-
ple solution for those
wondering about a
gift for mom's big day.

Some residentsof
Meadows of Coun-
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Wins Florida Quiz Tournament

KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
In their first try, and against the odds, the Plant City High School academic team won the state title at the National Academic Quiz Tourna-
ment earlier this year. Showing off their trophy from the event are, from left, Nathan Wolford, Michael Fekete, Becca Smith, team adviser Bob
Meredith and Ryan Napier. See story, Page 4.

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Building girls' confidence,
life skills goal of fundraiser
The Plant City Family
Branch YMCA will host a bar-
becue fundraiser May 16 from
5 to 7 p.m.- at the YMCA, 1507
YMCA Place. Dinner is $7 per
meal with proceeds to benefit
the Plant City Opheliaf Girls
Circle Program.
The program started at the
Plant City Y in September and
teaches life skills to girls ages 9
to 14. Currently, 16 girls are
involved in the program,
"We talk about things like
being a girl, how to build
friendships arid building self-
esteem and confidence," said
Jenny Brewster, the program
coordinator for Plant City.
Brewster, who has been
involved with the program
since its inception in Plant
City, said she has seen a
change in the girls.
"You can see it in the way
they handle decisions and the
way they work together," she
said. "It's almost like a sister-
hood." ':- ...
Tichketo t -re"6available for'
advanced purchase or at the
door. Call: 757-6677.

Spaghetti dinner
Ms. Dixie's Aurora Music &
Performing Arts, 206 S. Evers
St., .plans a spaghetti dinner
May 12 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. for
$5 a meal. Dinners
picked up at the studto
Lunch deliveries are also
avaliab]e.-Call:'7t--9575. -

Glorioso hosts barbecue
State Rep. Rich Glorioso, R-
Plant City, plans a free barbe-
cue at crandpa lohnson's
BBQ restaurant, 1401 Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd., May 13
from 1 o 3p.m :.
Glirioswa." forrnei Plant
City commissioner, has served
on the Hillsborough County
Metfbppolitan, Planning
Organization and on the Flor-
ida -Metropolitan Planning
Organization Advisory
Council. He was elected to the
state house in 2004 and is run-
ning for a second term.
Call: 757-9110.

Library hosting photo exhibit
Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St., is hosting a
display of the work of Plant
City photographer Dave
The photos will be displayed
until the end of May.
A reception is planned at
the library May 17 at 7 p.m.
whereupon Buyens will pres-
ent a slide show of more of his
work, most of which was cap-
tured at Plant City events.
The show, "Photojournal-
ists Create Art to Report
News," includes 26 framed
artworks of the Strawberry
Festival, general. news, poli-
tics, the space shuttle and the
Plant City Children's Theatre.
Call: 757-9215.

Byrd institute celebration
The Johnnie B. Byrd Sr. Alz-
heimer's Center & Research
Institute, 4001 E. Fletcher
Ave., plans to celebrate the
placement of the institute's
roof May 12 from 2 to 4 p.m.
The center' is named after
the father of former Florida
House Speaker Johnnie Byrd
Jr. of Plant City.
Information: Kelleigh Klein,
866-1610, Ext. 4126, or kklein-



Henry B. Plant will return to
Plant City for a visit when Kelly ,
Reynolds, a. "professor ,of
living history," brings the
character and stories of ,the
man back to life at the Bruton
Memorial Library.
Reynolds will appear at a
special Friends of the Library
recognition program May 18
at 7 p.m.
"We wanted to do a special
program for the friends and
volunteers who have helped at Z
the library, and he always does
a beautiful job," said library .
director Anne Haywood. "We
have'-had a variety of these
-actor scholars over the years;
and he always :does a great '.
job." .
Kelly Reynolds holds a doc- .-
torate in literature and ..
recently completed his book
about the railroad magnate for
whom Plant City was named. .. .
"Henry Plant: Pioneer Empire
Builder" was-published by, the
Florida'Historical Society and
is available in the. Bruton
Library collection.;
,. The book wa-l nh outgrowth
. of the extensive research Rey-
nolds did in preparing for his
portrayal of Plant in historical Photo courtesy of the Bruton
performances all over Florida. Memorial Library
A former University of Kelly Reynolds, an "actor-
South Plorida literature pro- scholariwho portrays Henry
fessor, Reynolds first became B. Plant, will bring the
interested in Henry.B. Plant in character and stories of-the
194,4. r' man back to life at he Bruton
Researching Henry Flagler, Memorial Library May 18.

the 19th-century tycoon who
helped develop Florida, Rey-
nolds called St. Augustine area
author and historian David
Nolan for more information.
"David recommended I
study Plant," he said.
Reynolds, a member of the
Floxida Humanities Council's
Road Scholars group w iho
travel the Southeast portray-
ing legendary figures in Flor-
ida history, had been
portraying Claude Pepper for
three years.
"I realized this man (Henry
B. Plant) was effusive, genial
and honorable," he- said. "It
was a true pleasure to do
business with Hehry Plant and
work for him from what I have
Reynolds has' presented his
40-minute program on the life
and times of Plant hundreds of
times since 1994, but said he
has a special feeling for the
upcoming performance in the
city that bears Plant's name.
- "You have all the vibes there
in Plant City," he said.
The Friends of the Library
will host the program, which
will also inchlude.recognition
of all of the volunteer
efforts ihik ye i, pr half
of the friends group, the
library and the community.
Volunteer activities include
performing library tasks,
maintaining and running the
Friends' Book Store and Book
Sale, and providing AARP tax
prepa.a'tion-', assistance to
nearly'2,k0'06 people this year.
The ,og ^wfill be at the
libra &-r\.3"2,McILndon St.
For mote' information on
the Henry B. Plant program,
call 757-9215.

jean Revels, illy Barlow, KEVIN BRADY/Staff photos
Justin Bullard, Brenda Cindy Greene, Nina Morris and Louise Futch, members of
Garwood and Brittany the hospital's Team Member Activity Committee, cooked
Battson. hot dogs and served drinks at the sale.

City Father Pays A Visit


The following incidents
were reported to the.-Plant
City Police Department bet-
ween April 23-29.

April 23
Vehicle burglary, 1 a.m.,
1500 block Essex Drive
DUI, 1:29 a.m., 2000 block
North Wheeler Street
Aggravated battery, 2:20
a.m., Euclid Drive and State
Road 574 : .-
Vehicle burglary, 9:30 a.m.,
1300 block West Redbud
Retail theft, 12:31 p.m.,
2800 block James L. Redman
Battery, 1 p.m., Franklin
and Renfro streets,
Vehicle theft, 5 p.m., 100
block North Palmer Street
April 24
Retail theft, 12:30 p.m.,
2800 block James L. Redman
Battery, 1 p.m., Franklin
and Renfro streets
Drug investigation, 11:11
p.m., 300 block North Front-
age Road.j -
April25 "'
CGrand Tilil l.,'a.n., 400
block Eas-ttalhdun Street
Arsoni, 9, .2800 block
James L.URedman Parkway
Retail thet, 2:54 p.m., 2100
block James L. Redman
Retail theft, 3 p.m., 400
block north Alexander Street
Drug investigation, 9:03
p.m., East Dr. Martin Luther
King Boulevard and South
Wa:nell Street ,"
-""Drug minvstigitn, 10:15
pa.iic A-mi fui6n.lRoad and
East A\lexaidei Street
April 26 -. :
Vehice tdheft, 1 p.m. 100
block West Mahoney Street
Commercial burglary, 4:30
p.m. 600 block South Front-
age Road
Aggravated assault, 8 p.m.,
Tever and Palmer streets
April 27
Drug investigation, 2:44
a.m., South Empire 'and West
Alsobrook streets
Grand theft, 3:30 p.m., 3500
block Walden Reserve Drive
Grand theft, 4:49 p.m., 2600
block James L. Redman Park-
Commercial burglary, 5
p.m., 600 block South Front-
age Road
Grand theft, 5:30 p.m., 3200
block Myrtle Oaks Drive
Vehicle theft, 7 p.m., 400
block West Renfro Street
April 28
Vehicle theft, 8 a.m., 2800
block James L. Redman Park-
Sexual battery, 1:24 p.m.,
300 block South Frontage
Commercial burglary, 3
p.m., 1500 block North
Wheeler Street
Commercial burglary, 6:11
p.m., 600 block South Front-
age Road
Vehicle burglary, 7 p.m.,
500 block Whitehall Street
Aggravated battery, 8 :55
p.m., 1500 block Plantation.
Grove Court
April 29
Vehicle burglary, 12:30
a.m.;' 4600 block Lvkes Road
DUI, 3:08 a.m., 300 block
North Wilder Road.
Aggravated battery, 4:20
a.m., 200 block South Morgan
Vehicle theft, 8 a.m., 400
block South Franklin Street

4 + THECOURIER MAY 11,'2006

'Proud, But Not Surprised' By Title

Answer: Together only a year, this
team of high school students missed
the first two rounds of the state finals
of the National Academic Quiz Tour-
nament, but still managed to take the
state title.
Question: What is the Plant City
High School quiz team?
They may not make it as a question
on "Jeopardy!,"'"but the Raiders' aca-
demic team's performance was still
quite an achievement, say school offi-
"The state title certainly exceeded
my expectations," said David Steele,
Plant City High's principal. "But they
were very well prepared, and I know
they put a lot of effort into it. Each of
these students has a world of
knowledge. Who knows, one might
end up on 'Jeopardy!' one day."
Plant City competed against 17
teams from around the state at the
finals at the University of Florida in
Gainesville. But the remarkable victory
almost didn't happen.
"We had driven up there in Novem-
ber for another contest and thought it
was in the same building, but it had
been moved," said Bob Meredith, a
Plant City High history teacher who
started the team last year. "We walked
around the campus for a while, but we
couldn't find it, so we thought we
would just go to lunch and that was
when we got a call from one of the
organizers who told us where the con-

"The state title certainly
exceeded my expectations.
But they were very well
prepared, and I know they
put a lot of effort into it.
Each of these students has
a world of knowledge.
Who knows, one might end
up on Jeopardy!' one day."
Plant City High's principal

test was being held."
The team had missed the first three
rounds of the contest, which started at
9 a.m., but because it was a knockout
tournament, they were still able to
enter in a later round. They just had to
keep winning. And win they did.
"I think we had walked two or three
miles and were just planning to go
home," said Michael Fekete, a junior
on the team. "But then when we got
there, the rounds just went so quickly
and we did really well in every round so
there was no point where we thought
'Wow, that was close.'"
Plant City beat Taylor County High
School in the March 25 final.
"We we were all really excited,"
Fekete said. "It was just a great feel-
Part of the reason for their success
was the team's makeup, Fekete said.
"Our team leader, Ryan Napier, spe-
cialized in literature and history. Becca

Smith was great in history and art,
while Nathan Wolford is very strong in
science and math." Fekete's strong suit
is also science and math.
Preparation and a drive to learn
were the keys to the team's success,
said Meredith, who competed on his
high school quiz team in New York.
"We have talented kids who are
motivated," he said." "They even
showed up for practice over Christmas
break. It's a great group."
The team has nine members. Other
members of the academic are Chris
Morley, Corey MacFarlane, Ryan Con-
solver, Cindy Saldernia and Ryan
Brown. They only competed twice
before taking the state title once in
the Hillsborough County public
schools' "Smarty Pants Quiz Show"
last April in which they came in second,
and then last November at a high
school quiz tournament in Gainesville
where they lost to the eventual winner,
a private school from Georgia.
"I am proud of the team, but I was
not surprised (by the state title),"
Meredith said.
The win makes the school eligible to
compete in the national tournament in
Chicago later this month, but with
several students traveling overseas,
Plant City won't be able to send a
squad to the event.
Among those who helped the team
throughout the year were Colleen
Richardson, assistant principal of cur-
riculum, and Sherrie Mueller of the
school's guidance department.
"I was very excited for the team,"
Mueller said. "It's a wonderful thing for
them to put on a college application."

Say you saw it in The Courier

Building Permits

Quadruple In Value

From Last Year

gnewim man
An\ rumors thai predicted a
slowdown in consItrucnon, partic-
ularly in Plant City. have been
blown right out the windiw.
The citV s publication of build-
ing depatitmt'nt pernuts for April
s.hovws an increase in value of 425
percent cornpared to the same
p,:riod last \eat.
Some of the smaller-dollar
items, such as rcsidentiLd repairs.
miscellaneous items such as pools
and fences, and a single mobile
home permit, also show an
increase over last year. And the
single new industrial permit cov-
ering a $327.250 project is one
more than 2005.
But the big-dollar items, like
new single-family residential and
new commercial developments,
and building repairs bring the
April 2006 estimated value of
construction permits filed to a
total of $19.6612,511. The April
2005 total was $-1,595,802.
Terr- Doolttle, a building
inspector and the city's senior
plans inspector, said April was the
busiest month he has seen in his
department in the last five years.
"And it doesn't look like it's
going to slow down for a while,"
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Republican women meeting
The Plant City Federated Republican
Women's Club will meet May 11 at 7 p.m. at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St. State
Rep. Rich Glorioso will give a report on the
recent legislative session. A buffet dinner
will be available at 6:30 p.m. for $15. Dinner
reservations: Melane Byrd, 754-0424.

Blood drives
Florida Blood Services Plant City blood-
mobiles will be at the following locations in
Plant City:
May 12: Weyerhauser, 2402 Willamette
Drive, from 1 to 4 p.m.; Blockbuster, 102
Henry Ave., from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
May 14: First Baptist Church of Midway,
2902 Midway Road, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
May 18: Plant City Public Works Depart-
ment, 1802 W. Spooner St., 11 a.m. to 4

Calling Walden Lake grads
Walden Lake Elementary School, 2800
Turkey Creek Road, plans a May 15 recep-
tion from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in the school's
media center for former students who are
graduating high school this year. Call: 757-

Free blood pressure checks
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N.
Alexander St., is offering free blood pres-
sure checks in the hospital's community
resource center May 16 and May 23 from 1
to 2 p.m. and May 30 from 1 to 3 p.m. No
appointment is necessary. Call: 754-4444.

Putnam's rep to meet constituents
A caseworker from the office of U.S. Rep.
Adam Putnam will be available to meet
with residents in the 12th Congressional
District May 17 from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
Constituents who are experiencing prob-
lems with Social Security, Medicare, Veter-
an's Affairs or other, federal agencies may
meet with the caseworker.

'Menopause -The Musical'
The Lakeland Regional Medical Center
Foundation and Historic Polk Theatre of
Lakeland will present "Menopause The
Musical" May 17-18 at the theater, 127 S.
Florida Ave.
The musical includes parodies of 28
songs of the '60s and '70s and is a celebra-
tion for women who are on the brink of, in
the middle of or.have survived menopause.
Tickets are $45 and $30 for reserve seating.
Tickets at $75 include the VIP after party.
Call: 682-7553.

Softball national championship
The NJCAA Division 1 Women's Softball
National Championship is set May .8-20 at
Plant City Stadium and Randy L. Larson
Softball Four-Plex, 1810 E. Park Road. Six-
teen teams will compete.
Daily passes are $10 for adults, or $20 for
all three days and 31 games. Call: 864-0100.

Hurricane preparedness forum
Hillsborough County's Department of
Health and Social Services will present hur-
ricane survival information May 18 from 6:
30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Plant City Neighbor-
hood Service Center, 307 N. Michigan Ave.
Plant City Fire Rescue representatives will
be in attendance. RSVP: 757-3871, Ext. 201.

Business After Hours
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce will host a Business After Hours
event May 18 from 5:15 to 7 p.m. at Plant
City Photo Archives, 119 N. Collins St.
Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-

Plant City Lancers golf tournament
The Plant City Lancers, a travel soccer
team, plan a fundraising golf tournament
May 19 at 4 p.m. at Plant City Golf Course.
Cost: $45 a person. Call: 299-2449.


Picks of the Week


Crusaders' in

Cindy Holland, a Plant
r .,;: City resident, pictured
S. 'above with her
S; ",'i 3y husband, Jack, will lead
"Cindy's Crusaders" at
-: .the Florida Suncoast
Walk with Us to Cure
Lupus Sk walkathon
..... May 13 at 10 a.m. at Al
Lopez Park, 4810 N.
Himes Ave., near
.--, Raymond James
Stadium in Tampa. One
S.' of 21 walks to be held
i throughout the
S- country by the Alliance
-- ; for Lupus Research, the
Tampa event will raise
money for lupus
I L research. For more
information, visit
or call 258-5816.
Photo courtesy of Jack Holland

KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo

Hots Lips, Hawkeye redux
Plant City Entertainment Inc. will stage "M*A*S*H" May 12-13 at 8 p.m. at Hillsborough
Community College's Plant City campus, 1206 N. Park Road. General admission tickets
are $10, and $8 for seniors 55 and older and for students through the 12th grade.
Tickets may be purchased at the door, beginning at 7 p.m. each night of the play or in
advance at Hardee's Fashions, 1501 N. Wheeler St. Call: Frances Hardee, 754-4929.

F' ree medical

Dr. John C. Carrozzella
SIplans a seminar on the
'i latest developments in
S' orthopedic joint replace-
S: ment surgery May 18 from
m ..-"'"6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the
| p "i .. Florida Baptist Hospital, 301
.J. N. Alexander St. Light
refreshments will be
served, but organizers ask
those who plan to attend
.... register early as space is
limited. Call: 754-4444.
Photo courtesy of South Florida Baptist Hospital

MAY 11, 2006 THE COURIER 5


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Bereaved parents group
A bereaved parent group
meets the fourth Thursday o01
each.month at 7 p.m. at South
Florida Baptist Hospital's
community conference room,
301 N. Alexander St.
Call: 754-4444.

Diabetes support group
A diabetes support group
meets the first Tuesday of
each month from 5 to 6 p.m.
at South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Call: 754-4444.

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The Courier welcomes letters
to the editor and guest commen-
taries. Letters and commentaries
can be on a wide range of
subjects, and should be made
as legible as possible. Please
include author's signature, and
telephone number for verification
purposes. Submissions will be
edited to meet legal, grammatical
and stylistic requirements.
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This Sunday is one of the
few days of the year when
there aren't enough tables in
restaurants to keep pace with
the reservations, or enough
cell phone airways to handle
all of the long-distance calls.
Sunday is Mother's Day and
moms throughout America
will be honored with words of
praise from the lips and pens
of those whose mothers are
still alive, and in the thoughts
of those whose mothers are
I won't be sending my mom
a Mother's Day card, although
I'd like to.
I-won't be saying to her the
things I want to say, although
I'd like to.
I won't be writing her a
poem like the ones she loved
to read; those poems when
the words were easy to find,
because I loved my mom.
It's not that I don't want to
do these things; it's that I no
longer have a mother to wish
a happy Mother's Day.
Mom died in 1991.
God has blessed me with
two moms; the one that gave
me life, and the one that gave
life to my children. This


We were so very pleased to
see the picture of the Walden
Lakes community getting their
outside mailbox back in The
Courier April 27 "Red Letter
Day For Walden Lake."
We at the Meadows of
Countrywood had an outside
mailbox for over 20 years. But
then the postmaster said it was
not used, so she removed it
three months ago. We in The
Meadows at Countrywood, a
manufactured-home commu-
nity with 850 homes, have no
individual house mail service.
We also have a number of
elderly people here who can't
drive and others without cars.
As a solution, the postal
service cut slots in our metal
boxes in the common mail
room, but there's no way to
send a thicker letter-size
envelope or larger packages.
We have to rely on a
neighbor driving to the Plant
City post office to mail a letter.
That is not postal service.
Either give us our outside
box or start delivery to
individual houses.
Too bad all can't live in
Walden Lake and be properly
cared for.
Paul J. Flamik
Plant City


Sunday I will honor and
remember the two moms in
my life.
Customarily, Mother's Day
observances fall into predict-
able patterns: Either the kids
bring home a classroom
project, or dad goes out and
buys something and pretends
it's from the kids, or everybody
forgets until mom won't get
out of bed. Hurriedly, dad and
kids slop together lumpy
pancake batter and drag some
flapjacks down the hall to the
bedroom. All is well until the
pancakes are discovered to be
burned around the edges and
raw in the middle. That's why
God created Mother's Day
Mother's Day is an impor-

needs better

mail service
I have been reading many
articles about the missing
mailbox at Walden Lake. No
place have I seen any mention
of the box that was removed
from our community, The
Meadows at Countrywood.
Although we do not have as
many residences as Walden
Lakes, I believe that the
difference is because we are a
senior community with more
than 95 percent of our resi-
dences being 65 years old or
older. Many of our residences
are disabled or unable to drive.
We have more than 800
homes here, which means that
we have about 1,500 people.
When they took the mailbox
out, they left a notice that the
next nearest box for outgoing
mail was at the downtown post
office, which is four miles
Most of our residents are on
a low, fixed income and with
the current price of gasoline,
who wants to drive eight miles
to mail a 39 cent letter?
I thought that the postal
service was suppose to serve
the public.
Jim Williams
Plant City

tant holiday. It is a time for all
of us to think of the person
who gave us life. Mom is the
one who answered our first
cries, nurtured us from the
start, tended to our first
bruises and, most likely,
heard our first word.
Mothers shape the future.
They bear children and instill
values. And despite diverse
ethnic backgrounds, races
and religions, a common
thread that emanates from
mothers around the world is
their absolute love for their
children and concern for their
health and well-being.
Advice from mom is the
kind you keep. Her words
don't necessarily instruct on
the indubitably practical, like
dad's "measure twice and cut
once," or his timeless "take
two and hit to right field."
Instead, mom's advice aims
toward the heart and soul.
To me, one of the great
comforting sights in life is a
mother with her children.
More specifically, that look
that tells you the woman is
not at all burdened by chil-
dren but enjoys them. What a
soft image; a mother and her
children doing the simplest
things, walking through
McCall Park, crossing the

Seniors need

I read with interest the
recent Courier article on
Walden Lakes' return of their
Our box at The Meadows at
Countrywood was also
removed recently. We are a 55
and over community north of
Plant City on Sam Allen Road.
Although we don't have as
many people that live in our
community, we have a lot of
residents who do not or cannot
drive. Since there is no place
here to mail letters, these
people are at a distinct disad-
The postal service has made
some provisions for mailing
letters from here, but they are
far from satisfactory and
sometimes our outgoing mail
sits here for a couple of days. At
this point, we are in desperate
need of an outgoing box for our
bills and correspondence.
Susan Kingsley
Plant City

Preserve our

old buildings
I would like to let Plant City
officials know that I have lived
in Plant City for 70 years. I used
to love our little town, but it is
changing every day. Everybody
is building and moving here
and taking over the town. All
we have now in our downtown
area are antique shops. They

street, eating at a favorite
restaurant. Sometimes it
looks so natural and so
comforting that it's like a
Travel through any neigh-
borhood at 2:45 p.m. on a
school day and you'll see
scores of mothers waiting for
the school bus; waiting for their
children, in the yard, on the
steps, for the kids to come
strolling up the driveway,
home from school, a little after-
school tonic all over town.
You can't buy that tonic or
that feeling because it is so
fundamental, the mother who
enjoys the moment. That
feeling goes back to the begin-
ning of time.
Forget the flowers and
candy this Mother's Day. I
have the perfect Mother's Day
gift. The most beloved gift we
can give isn't available in any
store. It can't be found in a
single catalog. And no bank in
the world keeps it on deposit.
What could be so valuable?
It's all wrapped around you;
being there for her not just
on one Sunday in May, but
throughout the year.
Editor's note: Jerry Lofstrom is
the owner of the Whistle Stop

are selling antiques and doing
away with our antique build-
Now you want to build high
rises. Before long, someone will
buy the rest of our old build-
ings and wipe them out.
Believe me, I am for
improvement, but you are
carrying it too far.
I plan on staying here until I
die. I have cemetery lots here.
If they don't decide to get rid of
them to build more office
Gene Cumbie
Plant City

Softball team

says thanks
The South Florida Baptist
Hospital senior softball team
would like to those who made
our season a success.
The team won nine games,
lost four and tied one; the tie
coming in the last game of the
season against the all-star team
from Zephyrhills.
A thank you to Brian Dodd,
athletic program manager at
the Plant City Recreation and
Parks Department, and the
grounds maintenance crews
for allowing us to play on their
We also wish to thank
William Ulbricht, the hospital's
chief operating officer and
administrator, and Jack
Vasconellos, special project
coordinator for the hospital, for
their support.
John Wolfe
Plant City


The Pefect Mothers Day Gift


Meadows Senior

resident wants community

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WHEREAS, the City Conummission has received petitions for voluntary annexation from owners of real property within the unincorporated area of Hillsborough County; and
WHEREAS, the City Commission determines that the petitions bear the signatures of all owners of property in the area proposed to be annexed and meets all the legal requirements for voluntary annexation; now, therefore
Section 1. As required by Section 166.041 and 171.044, Florida Statutes, and other applicable law, the City Commission of the City of Plant City, Florida, does hereby give notice of the proposed enactment of an ordinance entitled:

The proposed enactment of said ordinance, following second reading, shall be considered by the City Commission at its meeting in the Sadye G. Martin Auditorium of the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street (City Hall), Plant
City, Florida, on June 12, 2006, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, at which time interested parties and citizens may appear and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.
Section 2. All persons are advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Comunission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting, he will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose he may need
to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Section 3. hi accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person with a disability requiring reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this meeting should call the City Clerk at (813) 65904200 at least 48 hours prior to the
public hearing.
Section 4. The proposed ordinance, which includes the complete legal description by metes and bounds of the area proposed to be annexed, may be inspected by the public at the office of the City Clerk at the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal
Building, 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida.
Section 5 Brief general descriptions of the areas proposed to be annexed are as follows:



Anx-2006-001 S -"""
1. 4207 Mud Lake Road, (Folio #92413.0000)
2. The West 200.00 feet of the North 'A of the Northeast I of the Southwest
'A of Section 18, Township 29 South, Range 22 East, Hillsborough County,
Florida (Folio#92413.0100)
3. The West 200.00 feet of the Southeast IA of the Northwest MA of Section
18, Township 29 South, Range 22 East, Hillsborough County, Florida. (Folio
4. 3902 Drawdy Road (Folio #92408.0000)
5. 4002 Drawdy Road (Folio #92407.0300) -
6. The West 3/5 of the Northeast '4 of the Southwest 1/ of the Northwest 1/1 of
Section 18, Township 29 South, Range 22 East, lying and being in Hillsbor-
ough County, Florida. (Folio #92339.0000)
7. 4014 Drawdy Road (Folio #92409.0000)


324 North Webb Road (Folio #90448.0000)

4307 W. U.S. 92 (Folio #82183.0000)


Anx-2uD u -' Anx-2006-006 SCAL- V=500

3521 North Wilder Road (Folio #89851.0000) 1. 1306 Whitehurst Rd (Folio #82085.0000)
2. The South 132 feet of the West 'i of the Southeast of Section 24,
Township 28 South, Range 21 East, Hillsborough County, Florida; Less
the East 87 feet thereof and less the west 154 feet thereof and less the
South 30 feet for road. (ANX-2006-005; folio #82085.0000)
3. 3406 Boot Bay Rd (Folio #820865.0000;)
4. 3402 Boot Bay Rd (Folio #82124.0100)
6. 1303 Bonnie Rd (Folio #82124.0000)

The maps showing the areas to be annexed are attached hereto and incorporated herein. The proposed ordinance, which includes the complete legal description by metes and bounds of the area proposed to be annexed, may be obtained and/or inspected by
the public at the office of the City Clerk at the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida.
Section 6. In accordance with Section 171.044(6), Florida Statutes, the City Clerk shall provide a copy of this resolution, via certified mail, return receipt requested to the Board of Copnty Commissioners of Hillsborough County.
Adopted by the City Commission on May 11, 2006.


/s/John L Dicks


/sfKenneth Buchman
City Attorney

No: 2686 5/1112006

/sVirginia L Helper
City Clerk



No: 2666






Lt. Melane Anne Byrd


I 4


Flying High

At left, Plant City's Melane
Byrd recently graduated from
SF18 Super Hornet school and is
.q .. currently deployed in the
Caribbean tracking drug and
human trafficking. Below, after
traveling across the United
a States for the Kappa Delta
sorority, Lindsay Ritenbaugh
,., wants to settle near home to
teach elementary school.


Johnnie and Melane Byrd
of Plant City just returned
from the U.S. Naval Air
Station at Lemoore, Calif.,
where their daughter, Lt.
Melane Anne Byrd, graduated
from F-18 Super Hornet
school. She is assigned to the
Red Ripper squadron
deployed aboard the USS
George Washington, a
Norfolk, Va.-based Nimitz-
class carrier.
Upon graduation, Melane
reported immediately to the
George Washington where
she will be part of an
operation in the Caribbean -
Operation Partnership of the
Americas. The only female
pilot in the squadron, she'll
be flying the F-18 on drug and
human trafficking missions.
. Melane, a graduate of Plant
City High and the U.S. Naval
Academy, is a member of the
First Baptist Church of Plant
We're proud of you,

1946 a vintage year
for Plant City High
It was perfect attendance
for 82 guests and members of
the Plant City High School
Class of 1946 as they jour-
neyed down memory lane at
the Ramada Inn and Market
Restaurant last month. The
Ramada hosted an early
evening buffet, and then on
Sunday, the group joined
Evelyn Ruis Johnson at her
son's restaurant, The Market,
for an after-church dinner.
Honored guests for the
60th reunion were class
teachers D.E. Bailey and Alva
Swilley and members of the
Class of '45, including Jean
Weaver and Cecil Everidge.
Betty Barker Watkins says'
the class remains close-knit,
and recalls Mrs. Bert White
at Paul White's Pharmacy
making them sandwiches for
10 cents on lunch breaks.
"We only had 30 minutes
and we were never late,"
Betty said. Many students
delayed college because of
World War II. Nevertheless,
out of the class came seven
preachers, seven teachers,
three college professors,
three lawyers, five career
military men, three nurses,
three medical doctors, three
pharmacists, an FBI agent,
and professional business-
men and women like Plant
City residents Don Walden,
Felton Williams and Mac

Photo courtesy of theByrd family

Photo courtesy of Jay Ritenbaugh

Photo courtesy of John Briggs
Above, the Plant City Class of 1946 joined the congregation of
the First United Methodist Church of Plant City as part of the
group's 60th reunion. Below, class president, Dr. Richard Noles,
enjoyed the reunion with Martha Sparkman Williams.

Photo courtesy of Natasha Davis
Above, Jaida Paige Davis was born March 16 at South Florida
Baptist Hospital. Below, always ready to offer up a prayer for
her family, Olivia Storter Savidge, front row center, poses with
her daughters, Billie Mochow, Betty Briggs, Peggy Gammell and
Barbara Cain.

Triple play for Martins
"Girls! Girls! Girls!" may be
an old Elvis movie, but the
movie playing at Tim and
Becky Martin's house is
boys, boys, boys! Thanks to
the couple's three daughters,
by the end of the year the
Martins expect to be grand-
parents to three boys.

Carrie and Brian Hart of
South Carolina had a baby
boy in April, Ami and James
Glaros of Plant City expect a
boy in August, and Tim's
daughter, Danielle from
Davenport, will have a boy in
God bless those here and
those to come!

No place like home
for Lindsay
Lindsay Ritenbaugh, a
graduate of Florida Southern
College, was recently
selected as one of six young
women to be a chapter
development consultant for
the Kappa Delta sorority.
She'll travel throughout
the United States, and after

Photo courtesy of J. Cain
the one-year appointment,
hopes to teach elementary
school in either Hills-
borough or Polk counties.
She'll bring lots of experi-
ence, as she taught pre-
school at Walden Lake Early
Learning Center during high
school and at the First

See BRIGGS, Page 25

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Photos courtesy of The Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce

Businesses star at expo
The Plant City Community Expo drew more than 500 visitors to
the the John R. Trinkle Multi-Purpose Center at Hillsborough
Community College May 4. The event, in its fourth year, fea-
tured more than 50 businesses, free food, door prizes and
giveaways. At left, Fred's Market Restaurant was just one of the
businesses with a booth at the event. Above, City Manager David
Sollenberger, left, and Bruce R. Wawrzyniak, right, director of
communications for the International Softball Federation, talk
with an expo visitor.

Call The Courier at 865-4430





10 THiE COURIER MAY 11, 2006


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Trinity United

Methodist Church

4.02 Entlish SI..
Plit City'

For inspiring, meaningful
and practical worship.
join us Sunda',
10:30 am

Pastor\ Message
For more information call




Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9.00 a.m
Sunday Worship Services
10: 15, am and 6 00 prn
Tuesday Night
Women's Scrapibooking Club
6: 30pm
Wednesday Night Worship
6 15 p.rmr
."ci.lihes for Children
& Studeri:.- 6-00 p.m.

St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pm English, 6:30prn Spanish
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Off of 5"4 Dover i
Sunday Masses
7am & 10 30am English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City. FL 33563
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City Approves Eagles Crest Development Request

The city commission has approved a
special request by JES Properties of Clear-
water for its Eagles Crest development.
The 625-home subdivision on 325
acres north of Knights Griffin Road has
the permission to become a gated com-
munity. Construction on the project is
scheduled to begin in July, said Matt
Dunn, a JES Properties spokesman.
The city commission voted unani-
mously to allow JES Properties to gate the
community if desired. Should that occur,
and Dunn said there was a 95 percent

chance that it would, roads and parks
would be restricted to development resi-
dents only.
Eagles Crest has a community unit
zoning, which requires developers to ask
for permission to gate a community.
That would be similar to what Walden
Lake had done in the past until the com-
munity opened the main entrance to
traffic. Maintenance of the roads and
parks, if gated, would be funded through
the community's homeowners associa-
tion, Dunn said.
In other action, the commission:
# Approved a May 22 public hearing on
the final plat design for the Magnolia
Green subdivision, an 86-acre, single-
family home development containing
301 lots. It is at the southwest corner of
Trapnell and Drawdy roads.

Authorized the City Manager David
Sollenberger to execute an agreement
with the Southwest Florida Water Man-
agement District for a cooperative fund-
ing project. The city's reclaimed water
facility expansion and upgrade will
require the abandonment of certain tanks
and ponds on city property. Authoriza-
tion will allow up to $50,000 in city money
to be used for a feasibility study and pre-
liminary design of the project.
Approved the final design of the
Mendonsa Commercial Center project at
Alexander and Mendonsa streets. The 3-
acre development has four commercial
lots facing Mendonsa Street.
# Approved the demolition of con-
demned homes at 1320 E. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd. and 1209 W. Wash-'
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Chicano's Tex Mex restaurant, 110 E. Rey-
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are restaurant manager William Rodriguez,
his parents, Ismael and Elsa Rodriguez, head
waitress and family friend Patricia Thomp-
son and Pati Rodriguez, the restaurant deco-
rating consultant. The Rodriguez family
owns five Mexican-style restaurants in the
area. Hours of operation are: Monday
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through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and
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A daughter, Malayna Anne Dean, to
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A son, Max Anthony Monte, to Kara
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A daughter, Hailey Nicole Quigley, to
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March 7
A son, Jameson Buchanan Souza, to
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March 25
A daughter, Aubrey Lynn Abella, to
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March 26
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March 27
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Mike Johnson of Plant City.
March 29
A daughter, Abigail Lainy Saun-
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April 18
A daughter, Larkin Consuella Baxter,
to Lindsay Hoover and Frederick E.

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April 19
A son, Brandon Michael Teeling, to
Destanie Tedesco and Steven Teeling
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Feb. 7
A daughter, Odalys Y. Guillen, to
Gloria Espinoza and Jesus A. Guillen of
Plant City.
Feb. 9
A daughter, Gabriela V. Nieves, to
Mayra and Joniel Nieves of Plant City.
Feb. 11
A son, Jordan M. Rushing, to Amanda
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Feb. 15
A son, Dondric L. Piereira to Dondria
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Feb. 16
A son, Nathaniel K. Benson, to
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Feb. 17
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procession, which proceeds from
the chapel to the cemetery site, may
contain a family car. This limousine
is set aside for the use of the imme-
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be a flower car, which is dedicated
solely to transporting floral pieces
from the funeral home to the cem-
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the gravesite, undisturbed. While a
lead car containing the funeral di-
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be counted upon to lead the vehic-
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beforehand, to engage the services
of a police motorcycle escort. Do-
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to the cemetery.

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

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Car safety seat checks
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free car safety seat checks Friday and
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., throughout
the year at the hospital's Community
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Both Relief, Frustration Are Ongoing In Mississippi

Another team from my
church returned from rural
Mississippi this week. It's
good that we have so many
people traveling back and
forth, showing slides and
sharing stories. Otherwise it
becomes too easy to slip into
a "Well Katrina was last year"
mentality and believe that
things around the bayou must
be settling back to somewhere
around normal.
More normal perhaps for
Deidre, the single mother and
volunteer firefighter our
crews have been helping. But
not really. Deidre's house
may just about be squared
away, but it's now nine
months down the road and
the majority of the commu-
nity still looks like a tidal wave
and a few dozen tornadoes
rolled over just yesterday.
My friend Tim Black is not
a big fan of painting. But in
Mississippi he spent more
than eight hours a day with a
brush in his hand for a full
week. He even painted after
church on Sunday. He now
has painter's elbow, painter's

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wrist, painter's back and a
couple of pairs of painting
pants he hadn't planed on,
but, well, paint happens.
Black doesn't like mosqui-
toes either. Who does? And
that includes gnats and.deer
flies, as well as the ubiquitous
no-see-ums. Yet the mission
team shared a lot of quality
time with the little pests every
day until a welcome cold
* front temporarily cleared the
Ronda doesn't like camp

showers, Sheri would be
happy not hanging drywall for
the rest of her life, Greg is not
pulling soggy, rotten trash out
of decrepit houses. But
they've been doing it and a
bunch more week after week
and for no pay beyond the joy
of helping.
Most of the real journey-
man work seems to be getting
done by volunteers, and the
Pearlington camp is just one
of 16 relief centers Presby-
terian Disaster Assistance has
in place along the Gulf Coast.
Black's team shared space
with close to 100 church
members from all over the
U.S. All the camps are operat-
ing at capacity, booked solid
for the foreseeable future.
The biggest problem, and
I've been hearing this from
relief workers across the
board, is that people on the
ground are just beginning to
feel a sense of coordinated
direction. Nine months in and
communication is still
scattered at best.
The acronym FEMA may
have a big "M" for manage-

ment in the middle, but
synchronized administration
is still a vision the federal
government fails to grasp. For
the money spent and I don't
begrudge disaster victims a
single penny it looks like
dollar for dollar folk like the
Presbyterians and other faith-
based efforts are producing a
better value for the money.
Like I said, money putting
folk like Deidre and her
children back in a safe, dry
home is capital I'm more than
happy to invest. Unfortu-
nately the other funds, and
we're talking about those
bundles of cash the
government shovels into
murky places where it is gift
wrapped for absentee profi-
teers, well, that happens to be
our money, too.
Deidre is welcome to my
disaster aid contributions,
plus the good folk over at the
Baptist chapel where the
victims themselves help to
feed my hungry friends. Just
let us know what you need
and we're more than willing

to chip in. It is more than a
privilege to be a part of that
ongoing story.
But the boatload of money
taken out of our paychecks for
Washington, D.C., is every bit
as real. It frustrates the grits
out of me to see it flushed so
readily via the incompetence
of so-called professionals.
FEMA has been outsmarted
and outperformed at every
turn by volunteers who know
they can't afford to waste a
dollar let alone a million -
and so they don't.
-So Tim Black and my other
friends came home tired but
satisfied. They are hopeful in
spite of the frustration, and
they most definitely feel
blessed. At the same time,
however, they are all over-
whelmingly conscious of the
crushing weight of human
need that remains.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
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Kyla Marisa


Family and friends
of Kyla Marisa
Gamble celebrated
her life with prayers
and butterflies May
6 at her graveside at
Mount Enon
Cemetery. Above,
Martha Gamble,
Kyla's mother, holds
one of the many
butterflies released
at the memorial
next to her daugh-
ter's headstone.
"Our grief is so
severe, we are
hoping this celebra-
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said Martha

Kyla Marisa Gamble was 16 when she.died Dec. 27, 2005, in a car
accident on Knights-Griffin Road. Police said she was not wearing a
seat belt at the time. Her family has since become active in a cam-
paign to require all Florida drivers to buckle up. Above right, Kyla's
father, Vaughn, releases a butterfly at the memorial. At right, the
Rev. Gary Brady of Trinity United Methodist Church began the
memorial by leading friends and family in prayer.


Christ in the Passover
Stan Telchin of "Jews for Jesus"
will answer questions about Passover
the Jesus' last supper May 28 at 7 p.m.
at Knights Baptist Church, 4809 Paul
Buchman Highway.
Call: 752-4972.

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

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

First Baptist offerings
The following events will be offered

by First Baptist Church of Plant City,
503 N. Palmer St.
Men's study and prayer group
meets Mondays at 7 a.m. at BuddyF-
Men's study and prayer group
meets Tuesdays at 7 a.m. at Fred's
Market Restaurant.
Free classes for those who have
gone through a divorce or are facing
Sunday from 5 to 6:15 p.m. There also
is a ladies study group Friday at 9 a.m.
and Sunday at 4 p.m. There is a $10 fee
for the workbook.
Call: 752-4104.
The School of Music and Arts of First
Baptist is also offering summer music
classes. The classes are:
Six weeks of private music lessons
in various instruments will be offered
June 5-July 15 for $98.
Let's Make Music, a music and arts
experience for children in grades 1-5 is
planned for June 27-28, from 9 a.m., to
noon for $20 per child.
* 4 :Come Blow Your Horn,. an
instrumental workshop for teens and
adults will be offered July 13-15,
Thursday and Friday evening from 6:
30 to 8:30 p.m. and Saturday from 9:30

a.m. to noon for $20 a person.
Call: 750-4878.

Learning Center enrolling students
Evangelical Presbyterian Church
Learning Center is now enrolling stu-
dents for fall 2006.
EPC Learning Center, 1107 Charlie
Griffin Road, offers a state-subsidized
pre-kindergarten program and a
traditional preschool program.
Both programs are half day and
begin Aug. 3.
All classes have a teacher for every
10 students.
Call: 759-9383.

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

Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist Church,

14402 Salem Church Road, meets Sun-
days at 10:30 a.m.
Call: 752-9548.
Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational Divine
Family Worship Center offers services
Sunday at 11:15 a.m. at the Comfort
Inn, 2003 S. Frontage Road.
Call: 643-8989.

Bible study program
The women's ministry of Bethany
Baptist Church offers a Bible study,
"Beloved Disciple: The Life and Minis-
try of John," Wednesdays at 9 a.m.
Brunch will be served each week
and child care will be provided. The
church is at 3409 N. Cork Road.
Call: 752-9209.

Teen Bible study
Teen Bible study and values discus-
sions are offered the first and third
Monday of each month from 5 to 6
p.m. at the Plant City Family YMCA's
youth extension site, 1507 YMCA
Place. Call: 757-6677.
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N.H.; and Michael S. Sr., Ash-
bury H. and Matthew F., all of
Zephyrhills; four daughters,
Kathley A. Handley of Auerill
Park; N.Y., Kimberly J. Terrell
of Plant City, Victoria A. Strom
of Virginia and Mallory E. of
Plant City; two brothers,
Donald Foster of Zephyrhills
and Floyd Foster of Nashua; a
sister, Shirley Ives of Hudson,
N.H.; 12 grandchildren; and
two great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

John T. Hodges Sr., 74, of
Plant City died April 22.
He was born in Jacksonville
and was a construction engi-
He attended First Presby-
terian Church of.Brandon.
He is survived by his wife,
Edna; two sons, John T. Jr. and
David M.; two daughters, Lor-
raine and Margaret; three
brothers, Leslie, Lester Jr. and
James; nine sisters, Joan
Atkins, Reba Harrison, Doro-
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Doris Hartley, Julie Slate and
Catherine Woods; six grand-
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Joseph D. Harrelson, 65, of
Lakeland died April 26..
He was born in Conway,
S.C., and was a longtime resi-
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He worked in maintenance
Sfor IMC mines.
He is survived by his wife,
Dorothy; three daughters,
Carrol Kovacs of Plant City,
Wendy S. of Lakeland and
Ramona Brown of Smithfield,
Tenn.; 17 siblings; two grand-
children; and a great-grand-
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He was an automobile
mechanic for the city of Lake-
He is survived by a sister,
Ilene Maddox of Plant City;
and two nieces, Tracy Johnson
of Plant City and Heather
Maddox of Lakeland.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Lisa G. Kelley, 33, -of Plant
City died April 28.
She was born in Kittery,
Maine, and was employed by
Cracker Barrel Restaurant and
Old Country Store in Valrico.
She is survived by her
husband, Richard; her father,
Thomas Scattaaregia of
Savannah, Ga.; her mother,
Sandra Southerland ofValrico;
two sisters, Jennifer Collins of
Plant City and Lena Souther-
land of Valrico; and maternal
grandparents Jack and Shirley
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Marcella Noordhoff, 84, of
Plant City died April 30.
She was born in Muskegon,
Mich., and was a homemaker.
She is survived by her
husband, Ira; four sons, Larry,
Bill, Tom and Bob; a brother,
Edward Vallee; eight grand-
children; and seven great-
Wells Memorial, Funeral

Jessie E. Addicks, 84, of
Plant City, died April 29.
She was born in Glasgow,
Scotland, and moved here
from Pennsylvania in 1984.
She was a homemaker and
attended St. Clement Catholic
Church. -"
She is .survived by her
husband, Clifton; a daughter,
Bernadette Fulton of Jackson-
ville; a brother, Martin
McGrath of New Jersey; two
sisters, Nora Annunizata of
New Jersey and Bernadette
Fox of Davies; two grandchil-
dren; and two great-grand-
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Evie "Inez" Green, 76, of
Greenville, Ga., died April 28.
She was born in Elba, Ala.,
and was a former resident of
Plant City.
She was a nursing home
office manager.
She is survived by a. son,
Charles of Greenville; two
daughters, Wanda Green
Hinton of Plant City and
Glenda Green Howard of
Tampa; a sister, Faye P. Bryan
of Mulberry; two half-sisters,
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.:0 ._" he subject of philosophy
S is very ancient. The word
means: "The love, study or
I pursuit of wisdom, or of
A knowledge of things and
their causes, whether theoredtcal or practical."
All we know of science or of religion comes
from philosophy. It lies behind and above all other
knowledge we have or use.
For long regarded as a subject reserved for
halls of learning and the intellectual, the subject
to a remarkable degree has been denied the man
in the street.
Surrounded by protective coatings of
impenetrable scholarliness, philosophy has been
reserved to the privileged few.
The first principle of my own philosophy is that
wisdom is meant for anyone who wishes to reach
for it. It is the servant of the commoner and king
alike and should never be regarded with awe.
Selfish scholars seldom forgive anyone who seeks
to break down the walls of mystery and let the people
in. Will Durant, the modern American philosopher,
was relegated to the scrapheap by his fellow
scholars when he wrote a popular book on the
subject, 7he Outline of Philosophy. Thus brickbats
come the way of any who seek to bring wisdom to
the people over the objections of the "inner circle."
The second principle of my own philosophy
is that it must be capable of being applied.
Learning locked in mildewed books is of little
use to anyone and therefore of no value unless
it can be used.
The third principle is that any philosophic
knowledge is only valuable if it is true or if it
These three principles are so strange to the field
of philosophy that I have given my philosophy
a name: SCIENTOLOGY. This means only
"knowing how to know."
A philosophy can only be a route to knowledge.
It cannot be knowledge crammed down one's
throat. If one has a route he can then find what
is true for him. And that is Scientology.
Know thyself-- and the truth shall set you free.
Therefore in Scientology we are not concerned
with individual actions and differences. We are
only concerned with how to show man how he
can set himself or herself free.
This of course is not very popular with those who
depend upon the slaver, of others for their living
or power. But it happens to be the only way I have
found that really improves an individual's life.
Suppression and oppression are the basic causes
of depression. If you relieve those, a person can lift
his head, become well, become happy with life.
And though it may be unpopular with the slave
master, it is very popular with the people.

Common man likes to be happy and well.
He likes to be able to understand things. And
he knows his route to freedom lies through
Therefore, since 1950 I have had mankind
knocking on my door. It has not mattered where
I have lived or how remote, since I first published
a book on the subject my life has no longer been
my own.
I like to help others and count it as my greatest
pleasure in life to see a person free himself of the
shadows which darken his days.
These shadows look so thick to him and weigh
him down so that when he finds they are shadows
and that he can see through them, walk through
them and be again in the sun, he is enormously
delighted. And I am afraid I am just as delighted
as he is.
I have seen much human misery. As a very
young man I wandered through Asia and saw
the agony and misery of overpopulated and
undereducated lands. I have seen people uncaring
and stepping over dying men in the streets. I
have seen children less than rags and bones. And
amongst this poverty and degradation I found
holy places where wisdom was great but where
it was carefully hidden and given out only as
superstition. Later in Western universities I saw
man obsessed with materiality and with all his
cunning, I saw him hide what litde wisdom
he really had in forbidding halls and make it
inaccessible to the common and less favored
man. I have been through a terrible war and saw
its terror and pain uneased by a single word of
decency or humanity.
I have lived no cloistered life and hold in
contempt the wise man who has not lived and
the scholar who will not share.
There have been many wiser men than I but
few have traveled as much road.

I have seen life from the top down and the
bottom up. I know how it looks both ways. And
I know there is wisdom and that there is hope.
Blinded with injured optic nerves and lame
with physical injuries to hip and back at the end
of World \War II, I faced an almost nonexistent
future. iMv service record states: "This officer
has no neurotic or psychotic tendencies of any
kind whatsoever," but it also states "permanently
disabled physically."
And so there came a further blow I was
abandoned by family and friends as a supposedly
hopeless cripple and a probable burden upon
them for the rest of my days. I vet worked my
way back to fitness and strength in less than ntwo
years using only what I knew and could determine
about man and his relationship to the universe.
I had no one to help me; whar I had to know I
had to find out. And it's quire a trick studying
when you cannot see.
I became used to being told it was all impossible,
that there was no way, no hope. Yet I came to
see again and walk again and I built an entirely
new life. It is a happy life, a busy one and I hope
a useful one. My only moments of sadness are
those which come when bigoted men tell others
all is bad and there is no route anywhere, no hope
anywhere, nothing but sadness and sameness and
desolation and that every effort to help others is
false. I know it is not true.
So my own philosophy is that one should
share what wisdom he has, one should help others
to help themselves and one should keep going
despite heavy weather for there is always a calm
ahead. One should also ignore catcalls from the
selfish intellectual who cries: "Don't expose the
mystery. Keep it all for ourselves. The people
cannot understand."
But as I have never seen wisdom do any good
kept to oneself, and as I like to see others happy,
and as I find the vast majority of the people can
and do understand, I will keep on writing and
working and teaching so long as I exist.
For I know no man who has any monopoly upon
the wisdom of this universe. It belongs to those who
can use it to help themselves and others.
If things were a little better known and
understood, we would all lead happier lives.
And there is a way to know them and there is
a way to freedom.
The old must give way to the new, falsehood
must become exposed by truth, and truth though
fought always in the end prevails.

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City Marks National Day Of Prayer

Staff Report
Plant City marked the 55th
annual National Day of Prayer
May 4 with about 500 people par-
ticipating in services throughout
the city.
Baptist, Presbyterian and Meth-
odist churches, the Bread of Life
Mission and the Church of God all
took part in the day's events,
which kicked off with a prayer
breakfast at Shiloh Baptist
Mayor John Dicks addressed
the breakfast, which drew 200
people. Another 100 attended a
noon hour of prayer at city hall. A
7 p.m. community prayer and
praise service at the Plant City
Church of God drew 200.

"It's always a great opportunity
for the community to come
together," said the Rev. Norman
Blanton of Somebody Cares Plant
City, who, coordinated the event.
Blanton said he would like to
double attendance at next year's
day of prayer and see more partic-
ipation from Plant City's minority
"The noon prayer really had a
good representation of the diver-
sity of the population in our city
and I would like to see more of
that," he said.
Blanton said the National Day
of Prayer is one of the times when
he would like to see the commu-
nity come together.
"There are very few times when
we come together as a city, but
this is one of them," he said. "It
gives us an opportunity to express
our Christian unity and come
together in prayer."

KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
The Rev. David Delph of First Presbyterian Church leads prayers at City Hall May 4 as part
of the city's celebration of the National Day of Prayer. Also participating in the ceremony
were Earl Smith of First United Methodist Church, Julio Santana of Bread of Life Mission
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Plant City's new guy on the block
responsible for managing growth and
development says he will take an
uncomplicated approach to a complex
Greg Horwedel, assis-
tant city manager for
development services,
started work May. 1. He
was hired at the end of -
March by City Manager A.S
David Sollenberger, with
approval by the city com- Horwedel
His mission, he said, is to keep it
simple and put customer service as a
top priority.
Horwedel, 45, worked for Sollen-
berger and the city of Sarasota from
1997 to 2001 as director of develop-
ment services. Following that position,
he worked as township administrator

Manager Welcomes Challenge
in Deerfield, Ohio. In 2005, he was the strong sense of teamwork throughout
county administrator in Dinwiddie the city departments."
County, Va., and most recently was the Those departments include engi-
senior management adviser at Man- neering, the building and permitting
agement Partners Inc. in Cincinnati. department, and planning and zon-
"My responsibilities in Plant City ing.
will be basically the same as they were Horwedel said he will make these
c in Sarasota," Horwedel said. "To sim- departments seamless and
plify it, I would compare development transparent. He is interviewing depart-
services with customer relations. ment heads, getting a feel for what is
"We need to identify the needs of presently in place and will make
our customer group, which includes changes necessary where he sees fit.
the citizens of Plant City, old and new. "We certainly want to preserve the
It includes developers, investors and good that is already in place and
land owners. It includes people who enhance that which is lacking," he
live in town. Those who live on the said. "Each department can improve
edge of town. It even includes those the services they are giving. It will take
who live in the county, but depend on a little time to bring it all together. But
city services." it is my job to make Plant City the best
Horwedel said it is his main goal to city in Florida" for developmental
satisfy the needs of those customers. services.
"It's going to take a team effort," he Sollenberger said hiring Horwedel
said." was timely.
So far, Horwedel said he's impressed "We are on the cusp of major devel-
with Plant City. opment in Plant City and we need to
"First of all, I am impressed with get it right," Sollenberger said.
skills exhibited by the people who On Horwedel's first day with the

make up the departments I am respon-
sible for," he said. "There is already a

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Doolittle said. "Barring anything
unforeseen, I don't expect a down-
turn in the pace of permitting or
new construction in the next nine to
12 months."
In the -long term, Doolittle said,
barring a catastrophic collapse of
the national economy, Plant City
and the areas along the Interstate 4
corridor will see constant
commercial and residential
construction for another five years
- perhaps longer.
The largest dollar amounts listed
in the April building statistics from
the city are 12 new commercial
construction permits, totaling more
than $9.4 million. That includes a
$2.9 million Best Western Hotel at
4306 Sterling Commerce Drive, off
County Line Road; a $1.3 million
retail project at 2909 Jim Redman
Parkway; eight projects by W.E.
Dentmon Construction, totaling
$2.75 million; and 43 new single
family residential projects worth
just more than $6 million.
Last April, there were five single
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METS Ministries, 1102 E. Laura St., offers
restoration and healing services the first and
third Sunday of every month at 6:30 p.m.
Each service will feature a different speaker.
Call: Edith Langston, 759-0607, or 754-1096.

St. Clement services
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Call: 752-8251.

Mount Olive events
Mount Olive Baptist Church, 604 W. Ball St.,
offers the following community outreach serv-
A free hot meals ministry Tuesdays and
Thursday from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
A food pantry is open weekdays from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Private Christian Preschool offers a Christian
preschool program for children ages 2 to 4 at
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Call: 752-6874.

Unity Christ
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month after the service.
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Rogers' Prep Career

nds At State Meet


She came to Durant more of
a soccer fan than anything
else, having played it for eight
years. Still, Amy Rogers knew
there were other sports out
there to be played, though,
and she just about played all
of them except soccer.
Rogers donned a Cougar
uniform for the last time Sat-
urday. Track was probably the
weakest of what turned out to
be four sports Rogers com-
peted in during her senior
season, and yet there she was
at the state meet participating
in the long jump.
After finishing 10th in the
long jump, with no more bas-
kets to shoot or volleyballs to
spike or footballs to intercept
or races to run, was Rogers left
wanting for something else to
"No, not really. Four years
of playing three sports, and
making it four this year, I think
I've gotten my dose of high
school sports," Rogers said.
The senior will be headed to
the University of Tampa,
where she will concentrate
solely on basketball.
Rogers was the only person
from Durant who qualified for

the state track meet, held Sat-
urday in Winter Park. Plant
City had three athletes make it
there, with senior Jason Brown
scoring the only Raider points
in his final event. Brown was
sixth in the triple jump.
Terry Bell, a Raider junior,
narrowly missed out on reach-
ing the 200-meter final. Eight
racers competed in two heats
for a total of 16; the top eight
all were guaranteed a spot in
the final, assuring their teams
points in the team standings.
Bell ran a time of 22.14 sec-
onds in the first heat. The top
three finishers in each heat
advanced to the final, along
with the next two fastest
regardless of heat. Those final
two spots went to runners
with times of 22.01 and 22.07,
leaving Bell in ninth place.
For the Raider girls, Jasmine
Pope qualified for two events
as a freshman. She competed
Saturday in both the 200 and
400. Brown also made it to
state in the high jump, where
he finished 12th.
For Rogers, it was a second
trip to state, the first coming
as a sophomore.
"I was really kind of sur-
prised to get to go, so really it
was just good to get to experi-
ence it," she said.
Track was not her only
spring sport, as girls flag foot-
ball made its debut in Hills-
borough County high schools.

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ROBERT CONE/Staff photo
Durant senior Amy Rogers touches down in the long-jump pit at the regional meet at Gaither
High School. Rogers qualified for the state meet in Winter Park May 6, and finished in 10th place.
Rogers earned varsity letters in track, flag football, volleyball and basketball this year for the
Cougars. She will attend the University of Tampa next year on a basketball scholarship.

Naturally, Rogers was the
Cougars' leader, able to play
both sports since track meets
and football games were not
held on the same nights.
She sounds a little per-
turbed that the sport didn't
get introduced sooner.
"Oh, yeah, it's only grow-
ing," she said. "At the begin-
ning, I just went out to have
fun with it, but I didn't really
think that was going to last,
with how I am. I was really
getting into it."
Rogers led the team in scor-


1 CountyTeam Remains In Hunt For State Title


Though Hillsborough
County expected a better
showing, the first state softball
tournament to be held in Plant
City is not missing a local
flavor. And for a first-year
host, the bigger crowds that
should result are a good thing.
Three schools from Polk
County advanced to the state
semifinals, and a large crowd
is expected Friday night for a
doubleheader that will have
Auburndale playing, followed
by Hillsborough's lone
remaining team, Chamber-
"Friday night's going to be
pretty good," said Carlton
Benton, the superintendent of
the Plant City Parks and Rec-
reation Department, which is
co-hosting the event along
with Plant City and Durant
high schools.
If the group of supporters
that came over from Frost-
proof is a sign, then Friday
night the stands at Plant City
Stadium should be jammed.
Frostproof won its Class 3A
semifinal game Monday and
was to play for the state title
Tuesday evening.
Another Polk County school,

should have a large contingent
on hand tonight. That's
assuming Bartow, state
champs for each of the last
four years, was able to win
Wednesday night in the Class
4A semifinals. The 4A final is
tonight at 7.
The weeklong event got
under way Monday with the
other Hillsborough squad suf-
fering an unexpected loss.
Cambridge Prep, the Tampa
school formerly known as
Seminole Presbyterian, was
trying to defend its Class 1A
title, but lost to Hollywood's
Sheridan Hills, 4-1. Cambridge
committed seven errors. The
Lancers had been to the state
semis each of the past three
years when the event was held
in Tampa.
The biggest difference for
the players in Plant City Sta-
dium is that, indeed, it is an
actual stadium. The baseball
state tournament was held for
years in the big-league envi-
ronment at Legends Field, and
more recently in Sarasota's Ed
Smith Stadium, but the soft-
ball event has always been
conducted in "normal" fields
with only a few bleachers.
"The kids are loving it espe-
cially; they love playing in a
stadium," Benton said, adding
that everything went well on
And for the first time, like
the baseball tournament, the

FHSAA is having the softball
action spread out over a full
week. Until this year, all six Qf
the state classifications have
had their games, 18 of them,
jammed into three days, forc-
ing multiple fields to be used.
Two semifinal games in the
same classification, for exam-
ple, have gone on simulta-
neously, making it tough for
teams to scout their possible
. Now, two classifications at a
time get to play out their
games across two days each.
Class 1A and 3A started it off,
with 2A and 4A games playing
out Wednesday and Thursday,
and the biggest schools, 5A
and 6A, finishing up on Friday
and Saturday.
Tuesday morning's surprise
flood brought to light the big-
gest possible problem of the
.facility, however. Benton said
the facility, located in the old
Reds stadium on Park Road,
only has one tarp.
"We can only cover the
main field, and the outfield
will be a little wet, but hope-
fully everything turns -out
Frostproof was scheduled
to face Williston Tuesday night
in the 3A final, with Sheridan
Hills playing Orlando's Pine
Castle Christian before that.
Wednesday's scheduled

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ing and interceptions, her
totals higher than the rest of
her teammates combined in
both. And the football/track
period came on the heels of
what has become her true area
of strength, basketball.
Ironically, the sports she
played most before Durant
were the two she never partic-
ipated for as a Cougar: soccer
and softball.
"I never played volleyball or
basketball on an organized
level (before high school), not
on a team anyway," she said. -


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and girls ages 10 to 15 who are
ready for on-course play: Play
began April 23.
Call: 754-1720 or register at

Plant City softball camp
Plant City High School will
host a softball camp for girls
ages 9-16 June 3.
Space is limited.
Call: 246-5430 or e-mail

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

Brandon baseball camp
Brandon High School will
host four-day baseball camps
throughout June for ages 8-12
and 13-17.
Space is limited.
Call: Matt Stallbaumer or e-
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Yet she flourished in both,
and came into her own in bas-
ketball as a senior after dedi-
cating herself to improving.
Rogers said she got into bas-
ketball only because it is held
during the same part of the
year as soccer, and her
chances of making a contribu-
tion in basketball were better.
Turned out she was right.
After averaging 12 points as
a junior, Rogers shot that ave-
rage up to 20 points a game as
a senior and got the schol-
arship offer from UT.

Lancers golf tourney
To benefit its teams, the
Plant City Lancers club soccer
program will host a series of
two-man golf tournaments at
Plant City Golf Course.
The schedule includes:
May 19: Best-ball tourna-
June 16: Nine-hole best-
ball and nine-hole alternate
shot tournament
Cost: $45 per event. Prizes
go to first and second places
in gross and net divisions.
Call: Chris, 299-2449.

3-on-3 Hoop It Up tourney
The Hoop It Up 3-on-3
National Basketball Tour is
coming to Lakeland June 10-
11 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each
Basketball players ages 8
and older of all abilities are
invited to participate. Thirty-
six divisions for male, female
and coed teams are offered.
The tournament will take
place in downtown Lakeland
at North Kentucky Avenue
and East Main Street.
Register: www.hoopitu- or call 1-888-997-7529.
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Youth Will Be Served On

Raiders Football Team

It's become a cliche to hear
a high school coach say his
team is young. After all, by
definition, students in high
school are young.
First-year Raiders head
football coach Kevin Kelley
knows this. He also knows
this: His team is young.
"Every coach says it, I know.
Look at our roster," Kelley
said. "We have six players
coming back from last year's,
team. Six. That's it. We gradu-
ated 18 starters."
Kelley got a first look at next
year's prospective Raiders'
squad, when spring practice
began on May 1. Due to the
youth, more time than normal
is being spent on teaching.
"We're ready to go, but
sometimes I have to pull the
reins back. I have to remind
myself every day how young
we are," he said.
The good news, Kelley said,

is that for the most part every-
one who has come out has
been eager to learn. The par-
ticipation has been good as far
as numbers, with about 55
players at practices.
Raider fans can get a first
glance at the team on Satur-
day morning as a scrimmage
will be held at Raider Stadium
around 9:30.
Clint Stearns, a rising soph-
omore, and to-be junior Derek
Hargrove are competing to be
the starting quarterback
replacing four-year man Jason
Brown. Whoever wins the job
can expect to hand off to
Jacari Bennett a lot. Bennett
is one of the few returners.
"We're are hoping to ride
Jacari," Kelley said. "He's only
been a guy whose gotten spot
carries. He's not used to carry-
ing it 20 times a game. He's a
quiet guy, too. Seems like all
our running backs have been
quiet guys."
The brief spring session
concludes next Friday with
the jamboree. Plant City will
play Armwood in the second
half of a game at Newsome.

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more than 60 games
played April 22 at the
Otis M. Andrews Sports
Complex as part of the
Plant City Recreation &
Parks Department/
Optimist Youth Soccer
Program. The league has
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action pitted Bartow with
Cocoa in Class 4A.
The 2A championship game
is today at 5 p.m., pitting the
Bishop Snyder winner against
either Hollywood Christian or
Mount Dora Bible. The
Bartow-Cocoa winner plays
either Palatka or Navarre for
the 4A title at 7 p.m.
Lindsey Littlejohn, now a
Florida Gator pitcher, was the
winner in all four of Bartow's
championship victories, but
the Yellow Jackets have shown
they were more than a one-
person team. Last week,
Bartow knocked off another
power, Naples, 3-2, in the
region final.
In Class 5A, Chamberlain
knocked out top-ranked

Venice in the region semis
before cruising past Lake-
wood Ranch. The Chiefs (28-
3) will be going up against
West Boca Raton, which also
has just three defeats, at 7 p.m
Friday. In the 5 p.m. game,
Auburndale plays Pace. After
losing its district final,
Auburndale endured a nine-
inning game in the region
semis before getting a rematch
with George Jenkins, with the
Bloodhounds winning 6-1.
Plant City and Durant sup-
porters, who were hoping to
see their teams still in the 6A
field, may want to pull for the
Region 2 champ Eau Gallie.
The first 6A game has Palm
Beach Gardens against Miami
Palmetto at noon, followed by
Eau Gallie against Spruce

Creek at 2.
Saturday afternoon features
the last two games, the 6A
final at 1 p.m. and the 5A title
matchup at 3.
Last week, Durant head
coach Missy Hernandez was
voted as coach of the year in
the National Division of the
Western Conference.
The National Division
covers the talent-rich east
Hillsborough County area.
Durant pitcher Sara DeMuth,
catcher Brittany Crabb and
outfielder Cari Curfman all
were named first team all-
National Division.
Plant City's MacKenzie
Dawson and Durant's Kelsey
Horton were second-team

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(C Dogs )] (( Dogs ]
AKC, 2-M, 1-F, $300- & all shots, playful &
$400. ready now. loveable. 9 me. $500
Sale Due to Illness 813-754-1637
813-684-8670 263-5121
CHIHUAHUA Puppies. AKC Champion blood-
AKC health certs. 2M 1 line 4F-$750ea; 1M $700.
F. BAW &grey & while. Taking deposits. (863)
Small. $450-F, $400 M 701-8729/863-899-4315
WALKER:Treeing Walker,
CHIHUAHUAS 2 M Toys, registered 11 me old fe-
1 F. M $475. F $550, Pa- male. Running & Start-
rents on prem. Vet chkd ed Baying. $175
& shots, Ready May 2nd 813-376-0871
t- 813-651-5187 -w
CHIHUAHUAS Teacups, 8 wks old, 5 F 2 AKC
parents here, health cer- Reg, Health Certs,
tificate plus 1st shots, 2 $400 each, Cash, firm.
females wow $650 obo. 863-537-1281
WELSH Corgis Pembroke
Puppies & adults, health Health & temperament
certs. Ready Now. guaranteed. $1000 ea.
727-856-2418 Call 941-240-5225
quality, reg, rare breed, reg, toy & teacup, baby
fam raise, lovely person- face, family raised, H/C.
alities, see pics www. 352- 20-0351 www.
AKC champ bloodline, $1000/each; 1F $1200,
health certs, lyr guar., hith cert, see parents,
M/F, fawn/red & wht, taking deposits, ready
$1500, 386-294-3924 in 2wks. Cash Only
GERMAN Shepherd Pup. 813-886-9781
AKC, fern, bik & tan, YORKIES AKC, 12wks M-
Germ. lines $375. ALSO $1000 & up, F-tiny
FREE bik & tan adult 52000. 71/ me. Female
fen. 813-679-3600 $1000. Icl, spay, shots,
hic, microchipped. Pup
GERMAN Shepherd Pups, p arr. p6047048.
M/F, AKC reg., all shots, 1-66w.2-9195 Iv0meg
health crts 9 wks, 62-9195vmsg
$450-$550 (813)484-1361 ( Miscellaneous Petsj]

JACK Russells Short hair, 65G Saltwater Tank, In-
short legs tri-colored cludes Drilled tank Oak
males & females. 1st stand and canopy,301b
shots, 10 wks, $300 live rockdwet-dry filter,
cash. 813-431-6839 pumps, 192W power
compact lighting,
LAB AKC Pups yellow, lionfish, panther group
OFA certiied, state er and snowflake
health certs. $400. Call eel.+extras $550
for website address OBO.(813)952-4644
FIJI Live Rock $2.99/lb.
LAB PUPPIES, yellow Aquarium supplies &
champ bloodlines, AKC 50,000 gal of marine life
papers, shots, hith cert, @ wholesale prices to
ready too, $700 the public. LIFE OCEAN-
727-641-4950 IC 813-649-1000
LAB pupsTAKC 8 wks old,
yellow & k, Health Pet Supplies &
erts vet POP, great Services
588-4666/813-690-1595 AQUARIUM Saltwater
LAB PUPS, AKC shots 400 gallon, room divid-
wormed, v ret e. Boc er. Comes with fish and
head, champ bkgrdo all accessories. $2500
Pedigrees. Parents/ obo. Call 727-421-8776
grandparents on site.
00-500 352-307-0772
LAB Pups AKC yellow,
block heads, POP. Tak-
Sing deposits; ready 5/12
0 $5-males $600 -fern
Miniatures No/low FARMER'S
shedding, parents, AKC MARKET
regshot, health certs. MARKET
$995. 863-944-0670
MALTESE puppies, Gor- (Farm & Dairy Equipment)
geous white fluff balls,
reg. tiny, ma/fem, h/c, GROVE Sprayer
$80 & up. 352-220-0351 ARBUS 270 excellent condition
MINPIN Pups tails $2,500 (813)917-5553
docked, s shots conyerselumbing@hug
health certs 2 males. 8 e
wks old. $350 obo.
813-516-9615 JOHN DEERE 2001 4x6
GATOR Great shape,
POMERANIAN pups reg must sell, asking $5800
Qual. rare tiny toy, fam obo 813-477-3592
raised 8 wks, Fern, H/C,
$600 & up 352-220-0351 ( Fruit & Vegetables )]
Champ lines hand fed ARTESIAN Farms U pick
9 wks males, Ve Tomatoes, 30th Street
Checked shots, H/C. S.E. Ruskin behind KFC
$700. 813-996-5535 8-5,7 days/wk.
champ lines, sweet, You pick $3 lb. Bring
raised w/kids. Bks & hard container Open 9-5
whites M/F. Taking dep closed Mon & Fri Land
$600 352-527-1920 O'Lakes 813.996.6450
PUG PUPPIES, 8 wks old, BLUEBERRIES, Peaches &
AKC, health certs, Plumbs U PICK
shots, males & females, Mon-Su La Porte Ln.,
Ready to o. Askin off of E. Bowman Rd.,
$550 863-661-1424 Pasco County, 1 mile S.
of Hernando/Pasco
Pu ie Sc-le County Line US 41 (352)
U ieS4Sale 796-3659/(352) 238-2462
Items for your
Yupp Pups now in BLUEBERRIES
stock! Park Ave. Puppy BLUEBERRIES
813-662-2592 SHADY OAKS Farm ou-
Lic# P06062440 ick we-pick, 3320 Shady
ak Dr East .akeland off
RAT Terrier Pups UKCI Knights Griffin Rd. 5 mi w
Lovable Rare colors Ti- of hwy 98 n 863-512-1547
ny Toysminis $350&up
(352) 591-2271 www. BLUEBERRIES U pick, Garrison Farm. Sat/Sun
all day, M-F 9-12 & after
ROTT female, AKC reg., 4m Jaudon Rd. N. of
ch bloodline, dam on Hwy 60 near Valrico &
premises, housebroken, Mcntosh Rd. 685-8273
loves kids Loving home
a must, $500
(863)382-8201 Blueberries U PIC Bonita Dr. Wimauma For Info
SAINT Bernard Pups, Call (813) 645-8100
long hair, block heads, U-PICK BLUEBERRIES
parents on premises, $3.001b,7-days 7a-7p
Ready too $550 12429 benton Ave Hud-
813-97 -3716 son. 3.6 mi E. of US 19.
SCOTTISH TERRIERS, cornm 727-808-7745
AKC, 8 wks, Wheatons,
1-M, 1-F 2-black brindle U-PICK BLUEBERRIES
M -12 wks, $600 cash. 4608 Bug Rd Plant City
813-659-9337 off Hwy 60 near Hwy 39
Mon-Sat 8AM-3PM
SHELTIE PUPS WOW! 813-340-1738
Adorable fluff balls look
like mini Collies. Great U-PICK Blueberries. All
fami pets. day Sat & Sun and after
352-793-1551 4:30 Mon-Fri thru May
2616 Kirkland Rd. Dover
SHIH TZU AKC Great 813-986-4141
cuddly pets F $600, M
$500. paper trnd. pbp, When you read Classifieds
HC. 863-647-1136
Call after 6 P.m. it's HELLO ..GOOD BUY!

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Barn Suare $5. School Teachers needed ACADEMY Start your Truck and storage build Seeking individual for Dealership, Exp A+ but tra income assembling Corner of Trapnell Road lowed shall be at the dis-
352-238-4372 experience preferred but driving career! Offering ings. Full time. Sat. re- HME billing & other proj- will train excellent CD cases from Home. and Drawdy road in Sec- creation of the Mayor, but
not requires. Will Train courses in CDL A. One quired. FL. license. 5 to ects. HME experienced ben/competitive comm. Start Immediately No tion 13, Township 29 no speaker shall general-
352-521-6260 813-857-8457 tuition fee! Many pay- 7 yrs dr. exp. Contact preferred. Fax resume to Call Dave 813-752-6814 experience necessary. South, Range 21 East, ly be allowed more than
ment options! No regis- Pam Drews MATRIX MEDICAL www.easywork- Hillsborough County, fifteen (15) minutes.
( Horses & Cattle Driver / Delivery ration fee! (888)808- 813-754-6 813813-759-2155 ,1 1-800- Florida.
Horses & ae Driver/Delivery J 5 9 4 7 Teachers J 267-3944 ext 805 .
info@americasdrivinga MACHINE Operators RECEPTIONIST Medical Section 2. The City Com-
16' 4-horse bumper pull DRIVER Needed: Mastertaste busy urologist office 1 yr TEACHERS needed Pri- mission will hold a public Section 8. This resolu-
trailer, tack compart- DEDICATED REGIONAL Inc. is looking for moti- medical experience re- vate Christian School hearing on the approval tion as notice of said
ment, new tires, good *Guaranteed* DATA ENTRY! Work From vated individuals to join quired. Apply at 207 N. ESE A plus fax resume of the subdivision plat at public hearing shall be
cond $3000oo. 352- Home EVERY Wkend Anywhere. Flexible our teams in Lakeland Plant Ave, ant City or 813-752-1367 it meetingin the Sadye published by the Clty
567-3002/352-999-3160 Avg.$725-$1025/wk Hours. Personal Corn- & Plant City. Must have Fax resume 813-719-6398 Gibbs Martin Auditorium Clerk in the Courier, is-
NOTOUCH FREIGHT puter Required. Excel- good math skills, basic Trades of the Nettie Berry sue of May 11,2006
Boer Goats, re 97% & 65% preloaded/ ent Career Opportuni- computer skills, and me- RECEPTIONIST, FP Med ( Trades )J Drau on Municipaoted by the City Co
98.5% large ones, pretarped ty. Serious Inquiries On- chanical aptitude. Fork- ical Office, Med Mgr Buil ing, 302 Wesrt Apoed by the City Co
adult does and kids. Apollo Beach, FL y. 1-800-344-9636 Ext. lift exp. preferred. Must software experience re- COMMERICAL & Residen- Re nol"s Street (City mission on May 8,2006.
$200 & u p.- Terminal 300 be willing to work any quired 813-659-3328 tial Metal Framers need- Hall"), Plant City, Flori-
352-544-0760 CDL-A req'd shift. Competitive wag- ed. To Anly Call Grace EDUCATION da, on May 22,2006 at JOHN L. DICKS
FREE H e if r877-428-5627 es & excellent benefits. Real Estate 863-425-2941 or Doug 7:30 p.m., or as soon MAYOR-COMMISSIONER
FREE Horse if boarded DRIVERS- CDLA "Honey Smoke/drug free. EOE. ( Real Estate )) 863-860-1441 thereafter as the matter
with us! Full board- I'm Home...Every Week- Fax resume to 863-619- may be heard at which ATTEST:
$15/hr, $25/day Call DRIVER Must have CDL. end!" Great Pay & Bene- 2224 or e-mail to WANTED: REALCNSED MAINTENANCE for apt coos ad ti en t ea VIRGINIA L. HELPER
fits! Special Orientation recruiter.fl@mastertast APPRAISER-LICENSED! i aiizNen, f ma
now 813-649-1126 ww. 8Please Call Pay for Exp. Drivers! Multi-state appraisal .ig ae repairtin lumb- A. and be hear e with ra- CITY CLERK
3701East Trapnell Dr. Paid Training for School company seekingLl- maint ma be req. ioun RLINE MECHANIC Rap- aspect to the proposed
PAINT 7Pn5 Tri 7 ar Grads! Cypress Truck METAL ROOFING SAVE censed Real Estate Ap- Must as bk round ing o r Caer subdivision. Approved as to form and
N Pnyn 7earULines, Inc. $ Buy Direct From praiser.. So wt hk.b lar determined F reacts severe
14.1hands, Gedng, Eng- DRIVER. NOW HIRING manufacture. 0colrs w65i gn aid coinsaaiuadv- K N BUCHMAN
lish wll manor. Clip OUALIFIED DRIVERS for (888)808-5846. in stock with all Acces- EX cel nt w ork ethic! y exp. 81-659-26hom.d Section 3 A resolution
p ties. Bathes an entralFleeorida Local & stories. t quick turn Eml oWa Restaurants/ o e o efac approving said subdivi- KENNETH W. BUCHMANd
s easy 727-481-6679 National OTR positions. DRIVERS -CDL A Honey around Dee Availa- o italt/ClbS 1-866-402 Jobpace sion plat shall be consid CITY ATTORNEY

813-713-2333-788-3501 -(TEACHERS Wanted' Over washers, No experience if qualified. Call 866- Dra honMunic al
DRIVERS LCT WANTS EARN UP T $800/WK. 50 South Corona fi.Sandra HEAVY w AIM 1-888-349neTidewaterT 2 A RESOLUTION OF THECity

FYOU! OTR drivers, solos No Experience. PT/F .r. school districts inter- RoadBrandon eccom West et, CITY COMMISSION OF
orteams.3 months ex- Yourown hoursProc- viewing at the annual Commisision upon the NO; 2664 5/11/2006
POLE BARNS Garages, hazmat, no pumps, end!" Great Pa8 & Bane- 0335. e 8 1677k $500 UP TO 1380 weekly ATTEND Coll e e Onlin hearing.
wortershops, orse -$500arns great benefits, competi- fits! Special Orientation OPERATOR Section 5. A erson are
.20x20x9 2,00 mve pay n new equip- Pay for Exp. Drivers! PACKING House borie.Wkomefrom Homes*Medil bearing.
20x3Ox9 $200 ment. Need 2 years ex- Paid Training for School Help Wanted, II Restaurants/ b-6orne.N2 pren C o *Butiers, or rrroalm sud Se ion poed
A is32e.+M erience. Call Bynum Gra1800- HELP WANTED t oneruck Packers & Graders E Shs kC kRd TRAINING OR J u eis, a*cre al e diCon N NAe
Will financx24 e ax9 nyone. $0 320ransport 15 for9 Eayour n Extra Lines, nc. 3701. cerTrapnel Rd. Hospitality/Clubs ustEMPLOYMENT- Jo placement nsected by the puTINGTHEPROPERic
their Sizes Availale CTransportunity today. www.c cases from Statewi Tradesonline teach- 813-752-7224 City C ommission withy re- LOCATED AT 1320 E. DR
LIC#trade & rent $15/hr, Top US comani800)741-7950 es ble at: sid ered at such meet, B OULEVARDrry
8-3 37 3v washers, Noaexperience if qua d Call 86- -Drauohon Municipal

25/da. Call now: DRIVERS LCT WANTS EARN UP TO $800/Wt mmedatelyK. 50 South he will need record
1 t1YOU! OTR drivers, solos No Experience. PT/F .r. school districts inter Road,Brando in tV te proluceedinty 2afor WHRE CITY nacON OF
CC -C or teams. 3 months ex- Your own hours, Proc- viewing at the annual UB radn c"c Plant tynoldris Se t, a e CITY COM I ASN -
perience & CDL-A / HAZ ess refunds. 800-59- SC EXP for Teacher Re- CHN HEL F LEGALS d loA- tht a CITY FLORIDA su s
Quarter Horse -$500, required. Full benefits 8929 cruitment in Columbia, OPJ R ATORLy adv Atllferson are TAICNENG AND OFFIRMING
Pony-hbre500 M15 i-20. package. 2003-2005 SC June 12. FREE regis- iS 66)rso099 cyr R TRAINING RFOR a pvised hat ia person THE NOTICE AND ORDERr
All Kid-sae. + 30 more El uiment. Call 1-800- HELP WANTED traction online at: e ecide s6oa. PpaI n yFaON apcNTOdan O a

b cdres ngsch DRIVERS- rs C SALES Be our own Loaders, Dump A RESOLUTION PROVID- h .Am a th F CONDEMNATION AF
Will finance anyone. $0 3 ri-0159 Earn Extra Income as- w w. r r a o r 813-754-0477 or OEMPLOYMENT F HEARNG D a ds by t FECTING THE PROPERTY
WANTED H100/mo. Many semblin CD cases from Statewide online teac- 813-752-7224 ExcavCity Commssion with re- LOCATED AT 1320 E DR
beatil paints! ill Home. Working with ing application availa- 5999r30-281- spect to any matter con- MARTN LUTHER KING
trade & rent $15/hr, Top US companies. ble at: CH Sales hewi s lidered at such meerg, BOULEVARD.
25/da. Call now: DRIVERS LCT WANTS Start Immediately. No Naionalerificon ROUGH l nee a recEASoro d

now813-649-1126 L44 kNoerau d Dmm Edi: Afterach to Are you a self motivated Job.Placement c offs ONNToF t re s -- edtmee 11d
ReYOU OTR drivers, solos experience m. ACOUNT Sales Rep/er three (3 minutes, unless this Ci Commission;

SS sn Guaranteed a'nidring r i os are ouhk f- 0to eity c r- tes uakeequBtste and or teams.3400 500/ montsx- 1-8 un Flodian:00-405-7619 Ext 14 sidcases of grocer- one with theabilit to Associated LEant City Forid does sthan t WHEREAS th C ity C78om-
perience & CDL-A' / H. www.easywork- THERAPISTS WANTED- Nexts l in Brandon./f need oensur a nc '
16. aie wTgPapareqid Fa iesfr tnr P M-F Muste tralnon. F verbatim record of the the Buliden Inspactor of
41 u benets LICENSED SLPS so be able Trces proceedings is made, the City of lant Cit
t Nl ter Tc Ke.h 2003-2005o Miami-Dade and to vork most Sat. fromwhceod.atsn-schoo.inludcom e neFr y d8 ,h, d oi
w ith M a Ck.P B a- en.Call 1-800- IRON & Sheet worker Broward counties. Bilin- 10-3.wSala+hcomm.,ord-include s e Legal Notices te t nyi-e e Is
Se rmit LABORS for concrete workers needed. Expe ri ual plus.Pe diem& Apply W. Brandon ubdivisionlo aermatinofthe of Condemnation affect-
or Info (813) 996-3193 preerredbuptic tank manu Bilinguals nc. Blvproduc to a schoodiloma and Sales RESOLUTIONes NO appe Sales to ase ng th emSales
Throu hbred 15rs .bay. necessary 813-404-0794 & Parent Services, 813-643-2542RS Np t aho
a v Earn pto(866)696-0999 x12g2 81-a1214, 85-2006 .. hereinafter described,
trained mountepolice, JO Crfters Inc. NOW Loaders Section 6. In accordance which Notice and Order
asc message, english DRIVERS- HIRINGt First Class SALES Be your own A RESOLUTION PROVID- wthth Amercans with of Condemnation was
& western, jumps, ery OTR Shipyard Trades: Pie os. Great opportuni- JTm on es Act any per- served i acco dance
sweet Bom roo Fitters Structural t- ty for erienced & ta- Ambeack BlvdNG NOTCE OF HEARe-mail toisabilit
WAREHU S E. || .. ON PROPOSEDsq wuit disaility e-a- with Section 78-724,
$5500. 813-72Employ7890ment atowne & Reefer terms, ructural Weld- More focus.. ented s representa- SUNDVSN PLAT OF qung resaonae Plant City Cod, on
ers. Work in FLAL Over More reward.. e Salsr isnExcavators MAGNOLIA GREEN- com datn norderto Edward Charles Bostic,
WANTED!! Horses, p- Start your new career Tme + Per Diem UP TO ke(Medical/Health- OHASEA SUBDIVISION participateinthismeet- the owner of said prem
nies, goats, sheep, Ila- with one of the fastest $23./hour. Toll-Free: 383_5999 or 305-281 Train in Florida IN SECTION.13 TOWN- ing.shUld call t t isa
mas, cattle & any ani- growing carriersin the 800)371-7504 Phone: ORDER 4285 HI self-starter who is eager to learn, you
mals except cates or industr! (251)433-.1270 Fax:s frCO Rilsn 21 EAST HILLSOOROUGH least ,48hours prior to WHEREAS, said owner of
ogs. Tack, traers & (21) DFWP/EOE 433-0018. SELECTORS A required can COUNT FLORIDA e publllingc nearing.wspaper said premiss has failed
Goo home. Cal l nd Thur 05/11 10 gram Warehose Operations SALES CAREER to com with or appeal

echcomMiler T ra rters WANTED. S tag oSnuregeirOdPRTUCT
Sl a pn nStarting Wage of OPPORTUNITY Financial Assistance BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Section 7. At the public from such order wi hin
now 813-649-126 Lakeand Hampton Inn 76 Immediate openings $ /our e want individuals w ho h earn reerren c- the time therein fixed

4420 u TSB.comR. You dvCITCs OMnI F o e upto$500+perweek.
4420 N Socrum Loo Rd Dothan Eagle: Copy Edi- After Training up to Are you a self motivated job Placement THE CITY OF PLANT ion 1 eren, all speak- and the matter was
Pastures & Stalls MLakeland, FL 3389 tor, Repodical/Her, Gralth Car)cs $21.45/hour person? Ifou are, we stance CITY FLORIDA: er shall be limited to thereuon referred to
Here at Bartow Regional Medical Cenporter/Artist, one of Central Floridas most dynamic, fastest-growingmedicareer irlation@tampatree (3ib.) minutes, unless this Ci (no attachments)Commission
S AdminiStall Block Barn For Guara need rise Led OB Rer: Managing Order Selectors arein our- thatyou have ben lookSection 1 The City co rew" in the subjeaker rquts the and
ral fi ng four luxurious labor, delivifering and ing or We neerooms, eightsome- postpartum sumissiontes, a leading edgeCi of City rk for addonal
ortunity. 4 surgical suite and s o mu n toun Floridian: stacking casesour of grocer- one with the abiitesi to Assoour:ated Plant City, Floriia, does me nosshano WHEREASthis Cit Con-

requiree d. Amply tprr $1500 SIGN-ON BONUS
r weekManaging itor,Pae s rom throughout our contract, train anmo- erey give notice of the BIh .FLr mission aforded the op-
Call$g7150 .rweek Training Pay Designer, News ClerK. Distribution Center for vate independent sales Training Services hearing on the approval said Puu teannf Edward
after CDL is acquired Call Louise Thomas shipment to stores. representatives. Compa wwoatan-schools t O proposed slubdi v soneue nsai-n o tharteso astc to show
esthnksyou e also have many exciting opportunities available for RNs n our Med/Surg, ICU candidates nyov vanexce-atof Departments. LIFE PRINTED DAI whyLYo

ClaSSleSTraining must be able to lift up tonday-Friday lent benefit package. has I, a ubdivision- trnipn
Sr SO S Let us deliver a LABORS for concrete 65 lbs. frequently our Open Houste, vissit uss aig
in 4 days work, septic tank manu- stac product up toa sc(863) oodi591475 ploma anto22 "All alessalesolicitors are Independent Contractors
1st Yr. PoBlvd., Bential facturer height of 72". Individuals good driving recordE.S es S e
Earnings up to $45,000H! 813-654-1214 must also be willing to
Let Prime give you the LAKELAND. Au auction ule where days off would sNould send resume-
knowledges skills& Now Accepting applica- be Tuesday or Wednes- andsalaryrequire-
support you need to tions for security posi- day and Saturday. ments to The Tampa
EMPLOYMENT succeed tons various sis CALTriune, attn: mustDoug Mill-requrements 56901
SERVICES PRIMEavailable Call 863-984 To ap ease visit our r, 2720 Falkenurg1702647-01
SERICEP IME c 1551 for interview ap- Save- Ao-t DC at 4003 Road, Riverview, FL
800-511-5663 pointment. Experience Amberjack Blvd., Plant 33569, e-mail to
Preparation for wwwprimeinccom lpful DFWP/EOE City, FL 33566. EOE circulationjobs@tampat (no attach-
Employment OweLAKELAND Auto Auction ments) please refer-
S Ee Operators: Hiring P/T Drivers. ence "Sales Sup" in the
ATTEND CO L LEG E TAKE THE FIRST STEP Auespp Thurs 9am-4pmo al/Healthsuecli.
ONLINE from home. TOWARD A BETTER at.80.5 N. State Rd 33 THETAMPA TRIBUNE is If you are a motivated self-starter who is eager to learn, you
*Medical, *Business, FUTURE!! Lakeland. Ask for Bill CNA Poistion Open. Coy- an equal Opportunity
*Criminal Justice. Job Plan Available** ing the best. P/T 3-11 A drug est is required can earn monenewsaer
placement assistance. .Greatpay LEASING AGENT and week-ends. Call forthis poTition.
Computer provided. Fi- ,Guaranteed sometime Full Time Marisol 8-3 pm to apply door-to-door for The Tampa Tribune.
nancil Aifiqualified. -No Lease-On Costs In-door/out-door at 813-752-1735
Call (866)858-2121 Spouse Rider Program multiple duties, .1H, 11 [1_ill I ldl'Lo
www.OnlineTidewaterT -Paid Orientation typing/computer nelpful.
e cM rpore ,In some Sat. required. CNA'S
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OP- at our PlantCity, Fl driving ex. contact Caregivers.Autumn We want individuals who have great communication skills, are
ERATOR TRAINING FOR location 1-866-581-8976 Padv crews Assist Living 1307 E. Bak-N
-EMPLOYMENT: Bulldoz- www.millert.comStLi1307E- Need1to8sellyourhome?
ers, Backhoes, Loaders, 813-754-6501 rSt 813-72 Call to find ot about assertive and courteous and want to make
Scrapers. Excavators,, You'll find value buys Turn unwanted items our Buyers Choice
Natiorp1 Cers rfcavton. Kerso;, lol': ,p,ea glven,:-id'aClas.,ied.. ,n,,',,hwlh hb. ,ie'1 ih,-,topiae. or up to $500+ per week.
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schools com |This is a perfect opportunity for students and anyone needing
W el d--ivet additional income. Must be 18 years of age or older.

0For more information call 813-259-7044 and leave
a o.. your name, phone number and zip code or e-mail
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Here at Bartow Regional Medical Center, one of Central Florida's most dynamic, fastest-growing medical (no attachments).
S d) JI facilities, we're looking for dedicated OB Registered Nurses like you to join us in our state-of-the-art Women's Please reference "IC Crew" in the subject line
Administrative/ Wing featuring four luxurious labor, delivery and recovery rooms, eight postpartum suites, a leading edge
General Office surgical suite and so much more. Come take a tour and explore ourioutstanding opportunities during our: and include your zip code.
LAKELAND Auto Auction
has Clerical positions RN OPEN HOUSE!
open. Office experience
required. Apply in .per- $1500 SIGN-ON BONUS
son Mon, Lues Thurs
9am-4pm at on5 N. Saturday, May 20TH e 9am 1pm
State Rd 33 Lakeland. 2200 Osprey BlvdoBartow, FL THE TAMPA RIBUNE
Ask for Pam bFWP/EOE
Classifieds thanks you We also have many exciting opportunities available for RNs in our Med/Surg, ICU and ER Departments.
for your business. LIFE. PRINTED ,DAILY.
Classilieds is FT, Monday-Friday
a car shoppers Let us deliver a rewarding career to youl If you can't attend our Open House, visit us at
personal showroom. and apply online.You may also fax your resume to (863) 519-1475 or mail to 2200 "All sales solicitors are Independent Contractors,
Makes and models Osprey Blvd., Bartow, FL 33830. For additional information, please call (863) 519-1400. EOE/DFW not employees of The Tampa Tribune"
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32 THE COURIER MAY 11, 2006
(( Legal Notices ]j (( Legal Notices )) ([ Legal Notices )) (t Mortgages )) ([Real Estate General)) (1 Central Tampa J ( East Hillsborough ]) C( East Hillsborough )) (( West Pasco )]
not be ordered on May 8, ticle IX Plant City Code, correctness: 100% HOME FINANC- FLLAND BARGAINS Op- Brandon 4/2/2 corner SEMINOLE HEIGHTS In- LUTZ/LOL/ODESSA
2006, in the Sadye Gibbs the Building Inspector of ING! Regardless of cred- portunities to own your I lot Nice area, approx. vestor's special. Cheap, Brand new! 2br, 2.5ba,
Martin Auditorium of the City of Plant City did KENNETH W. BUCHMAN it! All situations consid- own farm ranch, wood- I W 1565sf, lease/option great deal for 1240sf, many upgrades,
theNettie Berry on February 8, 2006, is- CITY ATTORNEY ered! Purchase / Refi- land or lakefront home- avail. 325-9301 rehabbers. Please call gated comm. w/pool,
Draughon Municipal sue a Notice and Order nance & Lease stead. Old Florida at its 813-238-8833 for more in- SR54 & Suncoast Pkwy.
Building (City Hal) in of Condemnation affect- NO; 2664 5/11/2006 Options! Consolidate best! Still affordable! CARROLLWOOD, built in formation $179,000 813-340-9289
Plant City Florida and ing the premises Bills / Cash Out! Imme- Call 866-352-2249 or SEMINOLE HTS 1710 E. N 2004, 3br, 2.5 ba, + den,
Ebenezerbowe failed to hereinafter described, diate Loan Approvals! Lambright Tastefully 2cg, 2 story, new ran- TAMPA Bay resident ( Condominiums )
appear before this City which Notice and Order Apply Online m renovated 3br, 2ba, new ite new wood & Tami- owned, manufactured 1iu
Commission on this date; of Condemnation was kit, roof, bath flrs,appls, nate floor. Gated comm. home, waterfront HYDE PARK Walk, lbr
and served in accordance m 813-854-2300, Ext. 66 FLORIDA LAND Starting windows. Must see. $299,000 813-404-4728 comm. 55+, amenities & baDE in the VPARK W alk, 1br
with Section 78-724, (Licensed Mortgage at $12 900 Financing $159,900. 813-244-5693 upgrades 1600+sf 2br, b a in the Village,
WHEREAS, this City Com- Plant City Code, on _Broker) Available. Over 100 FISHHAWK Ranch $8000 2ba+den/ofc., walk in Convient to Bayshore
mission has fully and Ebenezer Down, the Lots Available in Coun- bonus for Full Price Of- closets, scrn porch + downtown & the Soho
careful consi ered all owner of said premises; I BUY SELLER HELD ties of Levy, Marion, (f South Tampa fer or 2% to Buyers gar. Must See! $235 000 District. $209,900. Moti-
the evidence in this mat- and 1lortages. I Pay Top Clay Calhoun, Putnam. Agent Uprades 813-837-96 vated 813-363-6368
ter, including the records Doar. losi within Realtors & Investors ALL AREAS loreMusSee! 23sf,
of the Building Inspector, WHEREAS, said owner of 48 hours. Private Money. welcome. 1-718-797- RE 4br 2ba Cocktail ( Time Share
and being y advised sad premises has failed or appeal Call Gerald Danley. 0807 pool/spa, gas FP. A+ TAMPA'S #1 Investor's
from the premises, o comp w ith in or appeal 813-985-8885 FLORIDA Oa Area s o m s schools, www. Resources for Hard Mon- Timeshare Resale Phone
from suc orderwithin FLORIDA Ocala Area 000s of home seehomephoto. com. .ey 100% financing with Pros. Experienced Only
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE the time therein fixed, Preconstruction Homes ad#37616MLS#2161109 highest LTVs! No junk Work at Home or at
CITY COMISSLAONOF and the matter was FINANCIAL & Prices. Investors & or info (813)948-9200 $414,900. 813-541-1399 fees! Rehab draws Your Own Call Center.
THE CITY OF PLANT thereupon referred to FINANIAL w lst/2nd homebuyers a.front Ca Jay rotty igh Commissins.
CITY, FLORIDA: this Ci y Commission; $750 down. 100Z% fi- GOING into Foreclosure? forinfo813-258-800. At- Great Leads.2 Web
Section 1. In accordance and nancing for qualified Northwest Are you losing your lantic CapitalAssociates Sites. No Customer Serv.
i r71. 8 rt WHEREAS thisCit Co- Business buyers. 352-286-9378 home? Or just wanna Inc. Lic'd MortgageBkr ice. 1-888-366-5670.
with Chapter 78, Article WHEREAS, this City Co- Business Cole Realty MONTREAUX, 4br 3ba, sell your home? Call me www.acafla.cIm
IX Plant City Code, the mission afforded the op- Opportunities 3 l + pool. 2003 hm. I can help! 813-992-0084
City Commission hereby portunityto Ebenezer 1 n tin Great neighborhood, ap CO
finds that the building or Dowe to show cause why ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE 2200New Constrf4Buction Good schools. Oen VALRICFSBO TIMESHARE RESALES
structure located on: such demolition an A E p Ri
al structure located on: such demold noit be o r- Do You Earn 800 in a REAL ESTATE 2Acre floor layout. Big Lot. MIDDLE TENNESSEE ba formal & d The most effective way
Lot 27, Block 1, Lincoln dered on May 8, 200 in Day? 30 Mac ines and O813)971-6953 $429,000 813283126 Ranch-style House. 20 ng rooms, screened-in ESoet
Park, as per map or plat the Sadye Gibbs Martin Free Candy All For (81)759-2959 www. b b acres. 3 bdr 3 ha, in- pool, on golf course now toll free. 1-800-
thereof as recorded in Auditorium of theNettie $9995. Call 1-888-753- stewarthomesflacm North Tampa 4br, 3ba grand pool fireplace ctr 600sf. $9t000. Cal 715-4693 ext 700
Plat BookS Page 32 of Brry Drauhon Munici- 340 AIN#BO2000033 Real Estate Wanted screene/encl Ig pool air/heat xtra ameni- for appt. 813-653-4465
the Public a records of opal Buildn (Cit y Hall) in Call Us: We Will Not Be sreeal s a t w/watePall spa. M/B, ties. B beautiful views,
Hillsborough County, Plant City.Florida, and Undersold! er gardens ettub, Many up- wildlie $15i00Moe 9 CentralPasco TIMESHARERESALES
Florida,c streets danger- and benezer bowe failed toU grades. Oversized cor- a b 0S3 C AVE 60-80% OFF RE-
appear before this Ci DATA ENTRY PROCESS- MONEY NOW ANGEnO BUYS HOUSES -er lot. 2194sf. $389,900. 306-8218/931-796-4222
puis by reason of deteriorad- Comn the premission on this ate; ORSNEEDED! Earn to buy houses that need Quick, confid813-961-6509ential, all golf LAKES Ballan- TAIL! BEST RESORTS &
tion, r structural defects, and o$3n 500-$5 000 Weekly Buy Houses dyman, fire, distressed, PLANT City Gorgeous trae Beautiful Sub 4r SEASONS. Call for FREE

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and improper design, Plant City Codrom Home vacantWANTED occupied. 20 HOMES To K Oen Sat &Sun 5-5/7 River &he Na Shrine
angeor structure is theo surrouneby- WHEREAS, thCommission herebCity Co- Guaranteed Paychecks! Other GuysNew Life- .. AnywhereinESSA The Eales 4br 2001 eetwood, 3r. 2a-4, 4333 Wner "The Virgin of the Poor"
nuisance as defined the oc- mission hat futhe building No ExperienceNecessa- Instanterior Paint. Cash Comm., TEMPLE Terrace, Open 2503sffor 2a, 1890sf, ac fncd -Ba R SteDR hen $65K. For more info call
Chapter 78r with all the Article IX, structure located on: NEEDE$$ Call Now to See if Your ki House Sun. 5/2112-5pt, onusr for wnig13-997-926 678-732-2407 (day)

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cost of restoration or re- THE ITY OF PLANT rs for residential & No Fees, Any Area or 3 bedroom aoing.Problems. (813)5-074.
Commercial customers. Condition, Quick Clos HUD, ReposREOit.

pair would exceed 50% CITY, FLORIDA: BringallDeals. CaLllT esehoes must sell!j r In liH OE TN Fe
of the value ofr such Training and material RIVERVIEW, 3br, 2ba,
building or structure oaf- Section 1. In accordance to do $15,000 in jobs. Jim Nagy813-843-2233 For Listings Call 1-800- 2cg, like new. Priced be- wooded acres partially

ter suc resolutpair or restoN with Chapter 78, Article Call 561-807-0946 298-1791 ext. 3207 North East &w market, Must see! LAND LAKES Must see cleared for sale. Within
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subject to condemnation Lot 6, Block 22, West turns Online! Earn 518-5532, Lic waterfront 4hr loft 2.5 story, 5/.5/2, 2191sf,7 1
in conformity with the Madison Park as per $15.00 Per Return Proc- #CBC01011 NEW HOMES ha formal br & Lv, Fp, mnyupgrades, newly WESLEY Chapel, I- Farms'LandTimb
provisions o said article map or plat thereof as ess Guaranteed. Ex- OPEN MON-SAT -SPM 241 sf. B ose to ever macuate 3/2+dnFR
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Commission further cords of Hillsborough Opportunity! Join To-Incedbesfo ayeorana
Newfinds that the said owner homes. Down Pay- Temple Terrace Hidden Ruskin River Bend o n a ia Count
has failed to showed by Attn St. Pete & Tampa In- ment Assistance to qual Oaks 4br,2ba built '05, 3br 2bacg on cnsr- Exit Real Estate tieGA 3-56Ares i,0N p
o es n o wa- om man specials this week floor plans to choose access to 1-75. USF, dock & played. 1602sf 1-407-581-7428 acre 478-247-3331
that the said building or tion, structural defects, with $25-$50k in equity. from. Starting from downtn Tampa. 1964sf, $279,999. 813-569-4799 Agent Direct www.McKessmaFarms.
structure does not con- and improper design, $HOME WORKERS Th sell quickly! as $165,900 includes lot. $314.9k. 813-298-6529 Se Habla Espangol cow
stitute a nuisance as de- dangerous to suround- NEEDED$$ or ard Money only! Many locations to choose
fined in said chapter, or ing buildings and the oc- Processing Customer Re- New Investors welcome. from American Housing Classifieds. The bargain Buy it for $250 or less Turn to Classifieds you Find what you need in
that a constitutional cupants thereof, amen- turns Online! Earn Jim Nagy 813-843-2233 (813) 264-9950
right has been violated, ace to public health, a $15.00 Per Return Proc- hunter's dream. in Super Savers. can bank on our bargains, today's Classifieds.
fire hazard, and unsafe ess Guaranteed. Ex-
Section 3. That the No- so as to render the use of tremey Easy! No Experi.
trice and Order of Con- public streets danger- ence eeded. Amazing
donation issued by the ous, and that said build- Opportunity! Join To-
BuildingInspector of the ing or structure is deter- day.
City of Plant Cityon Feb- iorated and defective to www.ProcessRebates.c
rutary 8, 2006, ishereby such an extent that the om
sustained and affirmed cost of restoration or re-
and that the said owner pair would exceed 50% LOCAL Vend Biz. m e$6695.
shall have thirty (30) of the value of such Coniete Must Sell. I-
days from the date of building or structure af- 866-823-0223 AIN
this resolution within ter such repair or resto- #B02523
which to comply with ration; and said building
said notice and order. or structure is thereby a STEEL BUILDING DEALER-
That u on failure of Ed- nuisance as defined in SHIPopportun for
ward tharles Bostic to Chapter 78 Article IX, ambitious/qualifled ap-
comply with said notice Plant City Code, and is plicants wit construc-
and order within said subject to condemnation tion experience. Train-
time, the City Manager in conformity with the ing, leads and project
shallf thereupon demolish provisionssaid article. manager provided.
andS lremovecsuchdbuild- 0i rt ce Value, Only
in or structure by inde- Section 2, The City $4,50. Call for Op ortu-
pendntrcontractorsub- Commisssion further cities. 1-877-
iing the lowest and finds that the said owner 772-7667, #900
oesit bd therefore and has failed to show by
the costs thereofshall be competent evidence, THOUSANDS OF BUSI-
reported to the City thatCthesaidbuildingor NESSES For Sale By
Commission for assess- structure does not con- Owners Nationwide. Pre-
ment aYainst the real stitute a nuisance as de- view Business For Free!
property upon which fined in said chapter, or Interested In Buying Or
suc costs were incur- that a constitutional Selling A Business Call:
red. right has been violated. GW Merger (877)217-
8231 Or Visit
VeI Ha Section 4. That the City Section 3. That the No-
Clerk shall forthwith fur- twice and Order of Con-
nish a copy of this reso- demnation issued by the TYPISTS Needed! Get
lution by certified mail, Buildin Inspector of the Paid $300 Daily Typing!
to Edward Charles City of Plant City on Feb- Easy! GuaranteePay-
Bostic, 928 Cape Cod Cir- ruary 8, 2006,.is hereby checks. No Experience
cle Vairico, F 33594- sustained and affirmed Necessary. Full Training
4387 and Bank of Ameri- and that the said owner Provided. Immediate
ca, P.O Box 26041 shall have thirty (30) Openings.Now Availa-
Greensboro, NC 21420. days from the ate of bie. Register OnlineTo-
this resolution within day!
Section 5. A copy of this which to comply with
-esolution shal post- said notice and order.k1A
d on theproperty locat- That upon failure of
d at 132OE. Dr.Martin Ebenezer Dowe to cow-
uther King Boulevard. ply with said notice and TYPISTS Needed! Get
order within said time Paid $300 Daily Typing!
Section 6. The City Clerk the City Manager shall Easy! GuaranteedPay-
shall publish a copy of thereupon demolish and checks. No Experience
this resolution in the remove such building or Necessary. Full Training
Courier, issue of May 11, structure by independ- Provided. Immediate
2006 ent contractor sumit- Openings Now Availa-
ting the lowest and best ble. Register Online To-
Apoted by the City Coin- bid-therefor, and the day!
mission on May 8,2006. costs thereof shall be re-
ported to the City Com-
JOHN L. DICKS mission for assessment
MAYOR-COMMISSIONER againstYthe real property $ tf c
upon which such costs -
ATTEST: were incurred. l
VIRGINIA L HELPER Section 4. That the City
CITY CLERK Clerk shall forthwith fur-
nish aEcopy of this reso-
Approved as to form and lution by certified mail,
correctness: to Ebenezer Dowe, 1703
W. Reynolds Street Apt REAL ESTATE
(ENNETH W. BUCHMAN 9, Plant City, Florida SERVICES
CITY ATTORNEY 33563-4751.
NO; 2665 5/11/2006 Section 5. A cOpyof this Mortgages
resolution shallbe post-
ed on the roperty locat-
ed at 120RW. Washing- ,U-aoe r
tonStreet.F100%Ta pa-sch vd., randon- W, tran o d,
SectionB6. The City Clerk 4270 D M2
RESOLUTION NO this resolution in the Tampa N a ab sc Lutz ( a m e
91-2006 Courier, issue of Mayv11, $0 DOWN ,I imp -J21i N O fii. Lii.J i iIiEil i

CITY COMMISSION OF Apoted by the City Com- Consolidate Debts
THE CITY OF PLANT mission on May 8, 2006. Lower Payments
CITY FLORIDA SUS- ChallengedlCredit'-SP
LOCATED AT 1209 W. Greek & Portuguese

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FL LAND BARGAINS Op- BEAUTIFUL TENNESSEE FL LAND BARGAINS. Op- NC LAND 20 acres, STOCKS STILL LOW? 1 in Parks JJ BRANDON 3br 2ba gated Tampa Section 8 30' 1998 Shasta motor
portunities to own your MOUNTAIN LOTS portunities to own your $99,990. Stream, pas- Invest in the booming At- T r rk comm, Woodberry Sub, o.k, 3BR, 1BA, 1100sf, home class C, new
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stead. Old Florida at its ing, Huntin, ATV, stead. Old Florida at its so, country store and 45 days for quick rof- 2br, 2ba eat-in kitchen, C'town. $1350 +dep. port, no Pets. $1,050/ obo. 813-979-2860
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al: $12,900 Financing From $24,900 931-839- County, 534 acres, bea- NEW! ALABAMA WATER- 1 with Property family rm., $1,500/mo + $1,600 Rent w/Option to ALAB. FM W..
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tors & Investors wel- 6OK+, Lots $15K. Toll ber, LLC 478-232-0624 hardwoods. Planned cess. (Mid Tenn. Moun- $700 per mo. WAC. Schools and water, Beautiful new 3br, All opt. Exc. Cond! Bar-
come. 1-718-797-0807 Free 1-800-876-2943, clubhouse, docks, & tain Area) $29,900 Own For more info Shopping, No Pets, 2ba+den, 2cg, water gain $17K. 813-610-1642
TD#l 137 for recorded GEORGIA BULLOCH more. 1/2 to 3 acres er Financing 772-263- 800-870-0233 $1,200 Mo. Call for view many upgrades. 3GORGETWN 2001
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$750 down. 100%financ- NEW Pre-Construction TENNESSEE Earn unto (813)971-6953 sf yr bit 2000, washr/ 1740sf 1.5yo townhome, der nook at $39,900.
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([ Boats ])
1i3.' SEA RAY 1998, Bow
.rider/trailer, 135hp, I/O,
No salt ever. Exc cond.
Very low hrs.'$7500.
with 2004 90HP Honda
4 stroke, with extras
18FT 6in. 2005 Triton
Bass Boat. 150 Optmax.
12 hrs. 2 dept finders
mat. trIr. 24 boat trolf
mtr. Moving! $24K Firm.
Call 813-767-5340
18' Wellcraft CC 1984
115HP Mere OB, EZ on
Trailer, Bimini, Dual
Batts Great Cond.,
$4,300 813-641-0500
19' 2001 SeaRay Sun-
Deck 220hp w/85hrs
SS, CD, tndm trir, looks/
runs great. $20,400obo
813-975-9490 Extras!
19FL 19Q6 M.onarz, saM
ur c:nier c',rriole, lisn "
indei., ii sea ts re Uofoi..
VRO mo'ir V6 w awn.
13250. 727 642-5107.
20' 2000 Tr;ton TR20 DC.
Bass Boan. 200 Merc
Optimax. Low Hrs. Ga-
raeil.. Lots of Esiras
I .0* 13685 .S598
20' 6 1999 VtP. center
:,rnsolc- 2001, 150 hp
Namaha, bailL live wells,
-T-top, galv. trailer,
20'PONTOON 2004 40hp
Yamaha, HD tarp, TOP
at $151.00 per mo. All
iCG acc. Fully loaded
20' Sportcraft 88 CC, re-
built Evinrude 200hp,
live well GPS, Loran,
VHF. galv trir, good
shape. $5000 661-4755

21FT. Cutty
140 HP Johnson
w/trailer + extras. $4750.
Call (813) 996-6863.
23' 2004 RANGER 2300
.BAY, with 225 4-stroke
Yamaha, 101 Minkota,
white/grey, with cover,
extended warranty,
$36,000 314-575-2819 .
23FT Proline walk around
'89. '98 200 HP Johnson,
alum. trir. Elect. Live
well. T-top. Great Cnd!
$11,500. (813) 230-7507.

24' Pontoon, 60hp John-
son, Pwr trim/tilt, GPS,
sonar, new tires on trir.
Spare tire & winch.
$6000obo 813-935-5078
24'Stingray 04 Cabin
Cruiser. Still under war-
ranty. 55hrs, fully load-
ed too many extras to
list. $31.5k 813-629-7883
25' Bayliner Trophy- frac-
tional Ownership (& a I
fraction of the cost) in a
well maintained boat.
Twin Merc 175s Power.
Only $5,000 call Tom
Wilson 813-621-2080
HUNTER36 2006 fully
loaded Genset A/C ev-
ery extra. All inclusive
monthly fee $650 I
om 727-688-3007.
2001 Keywest 1520CC
60HP Mere, outboard,
bimini top, trailer, great
condition, $7995/OBO,
Chris 863-877-0083

((Boat Slips / Storage))
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RVs, auto, trucks.
$40+/mo. Secured loc'n
BeUnamin Rd., boats,
RVs, auto, trucks.
$40+/mo. Secured loc'n
Pasadena Yacht & CC.
Deep water boat slips
for sale/lease. Limited
number available. Call
727-381-7922 xt 12
pyccmembership@tam 1

Boat Supplies & C
BOATLIFT & cradle the
finest alum. boatlift & I
stainless hardware, 8-
24KIb, professional in- C
stall, available (remote
avail.). Pateco Manufac-
turer, Inc. 727-397-8130
JOHNSON 1990 225 very
low hrs, looks and runs
like new. 25 in shaft.
Trade in mtr consd.
$2,800 813-926-0191
JOHNSON 1995 130 20 in
shaft rebit. Less than F
10hrs. Exc. cond. $2,800
trade in motor consid.
LOTS of new, used and
rebuilt engine and drive
parts. Inboard / Out-
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(( Sailboats j
14' AMF Sunfish
w/trailer, 1979, garage
kept, Great condition.
$600 obo. 813-966-5148

closed head & galley
kitchen. Water ballast
syst. w/50HP motor
roller furling. $13,500
28' Islander. 1977, Volvo
diesel inbd, good cond,
D/S, bimini. $10,900.
813-645-3159 dbrudret
38' C&.C Landfall. PMu.u
li. Slo .p 9.

([ Boats Wanted ))
CELL (727) 278-7464


O Auto Engines / 1
Parts / Misc. Jj
Bay Area Motor Works
Engine rebuild & install,
Upto 3yr warrarny
ENGINES & Transmis-
sions Used & Rebuilt -
90 days up to 3 yrs
warr. M-F 9-5. Mem BBB
from A-Z. Guaranteed
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(( Trucks Light Duty))
CHEVY 1986 1/2 Ton,
long bed, solid, clean,
327, fact Muncie 4 spd,
new tires, must see
$2600. 727-863-3310
CHEVY 1999 1 Ton Flat-
bed, AC, duel wheels,
5sp. V8, low miles. Runs
ood. $10,500 obo 813-
DODGE 2000 RAM 1500
Club Cab, 4WD, 8cyl,
preen, all power, new
'res, excellent cond.
$9400obo 813-653-1754
DODGE 2003 Ram 1500,
V8, long bed, AC,
bedliner, cap, fog lights,
31500 mi, great shape.
$9500. 813-634-5436
FORD 1992 F150, 6 cyl,
auto, air, new paint
813-924-6255 or
626-5733 ask for Al
FORD 2000 F150 V6S 5
speed. great work
truck, runs good, $6000

FORD 2000 Ranger XLT,
ext. cab, V6,auto, 126k,
p, pw cold AC.
$5500 obo.
FORD 2002 F150 Super
Crew XLT Red, 104k
hwy miles, exc cond.
Runs perfect. $12.900
obo. 813-629-7883
ORD 2003 Sport Trak
XLT, 54K, 2WD, Auto,
Red, sliding Rear Win-
dow & Running Boards,
$14,500. 813-780-6340
TOYOTA 2003 Tundra, V8,
TRD sport package,
Dark Blue, Stepside
Bed. $17,900.

[ Trucks Heavy Duty))
CHEVY 1992 Silverado,
C3500 dually, ext cab,
Topper, 50K mi., Very
g ood. $6500 obo.
FORD 1992, 14' U Haul
Diesel Box Truck, eng
overhaul, runs great,
work horse, $6500 Chris
ORD 1999 F350 XLT, 7.3
powerstroke diesel
4x4, silver, auto, 238k
miles, AC CD. $14,900
obo. 813-368-0813

( Vans )
HEVY 2003 Venture
Warner Bros Pkg load-
ed, DVD, CD, dual slid-
ers, only 36K miles.
$12,500. 813-484-8050
HRYSLER 2002 Voyager,
V6, 3.3, loaded, 7 pass.'
57K mi, handicapped
9dro. lift e ui4ped.
$8977. 866-304-614 '

(( Vans ))
5dr, auto,A/C, AM/FM
radio, CD player, good
transportation $650 obo
Call Gina, 813-789-2700
DODGE 2001 Ram Van,
low top conv., TV, rear
AC, mags, ps, pw, pb,
tint, tea gold. 116k mi
$7990. 813-641-7091
FORD 1994 Econoline
E250, runs good; good
work van. 153k miles.
$2500 obo. 813-839-4069

FORD 1995 E250 Cargo,
A/C, Auto, Bin package,
tow package, ready for
work $3200.
FORD 2000 E-150 cargo
van, 178K mi, loos
good, runs good, new
ires, ready to work,
$4,700 813-951-0709
FORD 2000 Windstar LX
idr. s-ats 7, 1 o. d AC,

BMW 2002 XS 0 wfl,le
w/ tan int. sun rol.
sport'pkg, CD. upgrad
ed whis, newer tires.
$30.500. 813-220-1206
BMW 2004 '5.4 A -,, black
34K mi, moonrn. s prt
pg'q, pretri Sirius satel.
tlo9 .ound. new nirei.
5.7,,iu SJ13i 1-269.
CHEVY 1986 Suburban,
new transm, no rust,
4-bolt main $3200.
For more info call
813-204-9786 545-1211
CHEVY 2005 Tahoe 4 WD
LT leather, It grey, load-
ed' low miles like new,
3rd row trailer hitch.
$29,750. 813-962-3608.
FORD 1993 Explorer, 2dr,
sport, 1 owner, well
maintained, exc cond.
$2900 813-251-1257 or
SPORT, black, tan leath-
er interior multi disc
CD player, $5,500.
FORD 2001 Expedition
Eddie Bauer Pkg. Load-
ed! Must See. All extras.
Ithr, all pwr, CD,
$11,700 813-263-9447
FORD 2002 Expedition,
Eddie Bauer, Blue, New
Tires & Brakes, Every
Option, $16,500 58K mi.
FORD 2003 Explorer
Sport V6, stick, 52K mi,
very clean, 1 owner,
813-043-0170 624-2471
GMC 1995 Yukon Red
with grey int. 4X4, well
maintained one owner,
150K, $5,006
ISUZU 1995 Rodeo Red
Ice cold air, greaf
shape, High miles a
dea at $1,895. Call 727-
auto, fully loaded, low
miles, clean, looks and
runs excellent. $5,900
obo. 813-690-1769
ISUZU 2000 Rodeo LSC,
showroom cond. Orig. I
owner, All options, 21

mpg, Appraised $10,750
Ma e offer 813-454-6900
JEEP 1997 Wrangler, 4x4,
AC 43K miles
JEEP 2002 Wrangler
Sahara white/tan, soft
top, 5 spd, loaded, 36k
mi, exc cond $14,900.
EEP 2004 Wrangler
Sahara, 4 WD. In
Excellent condition. 25K
mi. incl. hard & soft
tops 813-759-6513 8-5 or
after hrs: 863-860-0005
EEP 2005 Wrangler c
Sport, 4x4, 4.0L, auto, F
only 3350 miles, never
off road, exc. condition!
$20,500. 813-643-3034.
LAND ROVER 1997 Dis-
covery, auto trans roof
carrier, stunning black
beauty, fawn interior,
same body as 2000's.
New Rover tires. Home
bound snowbirds, must
sell. $6300 obo. Tampa
2WD, exc. cond., $6,750
OBO. 2 Other vehicles,
excellent condition.
Call 813-695-0036
IAZDA 2003 Tribute,
5Sspd, AC, PW PDL, Key-
less, alloy wheels. 45K
mi., Mint Cond. $8950.
UZUKI 2000 Vitara
64 800 mi, 4 doors) 4
cylinders, A/C, well
maintained great on
gas (813)625-0897, view
pics/info @8'
.com "
SR5, V6 gold, AC, cruise
auto, cloth int, al-arm,
PW, PDL, clean, 117K
mi, $5500 813-961-2826

[[Sports Utility Vehicles))
TOYOTA 1995 4Runnei
SL5 V6, 98K mi Sunroof
Alloys, Auto, $4,400 obo
TOYOTA 2002 Sequoia
SR5 V8, Loaded! 55K mi
Ithr, front/back AC, al
pwr, CD, dual air bags.
$20,300 813-263-9447

(( Go Carts J
GOLF Cart Blow Out-Sale
2005 Club Car Prece-
dent, elec 48 volts,
$3450. To reserve yours
Jason 813-918-3763

(( Motorcycles )]
HARLEY 2002 Deuce
10,800 mi, Immaculate,
many extras, $15,000
FIRM Call Eddie at
HARLEY Davidson 2000
Fatboy, Red, EC Gara -
ed. 10k mi. Thousands $
in chrome & extras.
$14,900,Qbo 813-267-
1413.-,' -"::.v:. .
tHarley Davidson '2084
Sportster, like new on-
y 3000 -miles. $7900.
.PictureS available
HONDA 1998 CBR, F3-600.
Custom paint runs ex-
cellent, w/yoshi, slip
on. $4500.
813 630:0049
HONDA 2001 CR70 Dirt
3Ie. good condition.
Great f[r kids
313-263-7909 Picwures
HONDA 2003 VTX1300S,
Black, exc. cond,
garage kept, 4,300 mi.
Cal 813-684-0978
HONDA 2004 Racing Bike,
like new CR450, 4
stroke. Extras included.
Pictures available $3900
Street, Dirt Bikes I
ATV's. Also buying
wrecked motorcycles.
Cash paid. 813-924-6264
SUZUKI 2005 S-50 Blvd,
BIk w/ chrome, 2600mi,
805cc, liquid cooled,
garage kept, $5600 obo.
YAMAHA 1996 Virago
750cc, mint cond, lots go
chrome windshield,
saddle bags sissy bar,
$5,000 obo 813-909-6345
YAMAHA 2'1:" Roa,, ar.
itkr. Islloe :i: V4 .',at:r
o:lif, nC E i ar ts
eLUB. CAR fullh enclosure

YAMAHA ?003 Road
l.'l-, miles; sharp. >:.1r ii
ncluderi, But, pepp.
.400 ,13-41,.5099

Golf Carts
CLUB CAR full enclosure,
windshield, head &,tail-
lights, & blinkers, mint
cond, can deliver $2875
obo 813-300-0114 .
New & reconditioned w/
new battery warranty.
Markey Battery Inc.
New & reconditioned w/
new battery warranty.
Markey Battery Inc.

HONDA 2005 like new
Sportrax 250cc, 4 stroke
4 wheeler, reverse. Pix
available $3500.

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(Classics & Antiques))
DATSUN 1971 240Z, re-
storation started, no
rust, rebuilt carbs,
wire,wheels $2000.
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I ((Classics & Antiques)) ((Automobiles for Sale)]
- Engine, Ford 1980 460 cid DODGE 1997 Intrepid,
, short block, completely 135k mi, needs AC
rebuilt, never run, all work. New battery. Ask-
new parts & balanced. ing $1500. Brandon
$2500 firm. Call John area. (813) 299-9371
DODGE 2004 Intrepid SE
FORD 1971 Mustang 69K mi, silver/black,
I Grande Orig. 302, PS, Clean, Dealer serviced,
. Cold A/C, Vinyl Top, Du- Carfax cert. Warranty.
al Flowmasters, Exc In- $8250 727-459-6508
terror & Cond. $10,850
obo 727-501-6814
LINCOLN 1971 Mark III -lM.y
triple black, 460 cu in DODGE 2004 Stratus 2dr
ch engine, same owner D GE 2004 Stratus 2dr
,for 20yrs. $1195 burgandy, auto, black
s 813-qN-4343 inter. ps, pl, pw, cruise,
26kmi. Spoiler Asking
MANX 1965 Dune Bugg $9,900. 813-842-4000
1 ofakind, 2110eng.all
chrome, axil house, brk DONATE YOUR CAR, boat
drums, #1 show winner or RV to help children
$8K firm. 352-489-8289 fighting diabetes. Tax
deductible and free tow-
[Atomoil fo inog. Juvenile Diabetes
(Automobiles for Sale)) Research Foundation
thanks you. Please call
$500 Police Impounds, 1-800-578-0408.
CLrs fr,.m $500! Tax
epI,:S. uS Marshal and FORD 1996 MUSTANG GT
iR- saies' Cars; Trucks, convertible, 54k miles,.
Suv'i, Toyotas, Hen- 5 spd, leather interior,
day's, Chevy's and more! runs great $7,750.
For listings Call Call: 13-920-9788
S(800)425-1730 ext.2384.
' ,. .. ... -- FORD 1997 Mustang COrn-
93 HONDA ACCORD PO verlie. While, stand
lice Impounds! Onl0 ard. e cellent cond. 81K
i$;Si For ILIstins & De- mi. Ieraher'. nle inor.
ils Call I.8001 7. 9.., $9J00 813 288-3.1
81 6. E I19- E .6 i -
97 TOYOTA CAMR' Only l ip" auto AC, CD
$400' Police impound. sle, allo e.y
For Lisnn~C'al '-800. owner runs lo3ks
149-8116, 1i.l48U0 good $3642 813.681 1979
AA Rai.d ,:.nation D.:,- FORD 200LTFrcus SE. Au
ciar- Your Car. Boat or to, AC.PW .'L AM FM
Reial Etate IRSTa, De- COD.1eyIess.bual Air
dutrpib Fre Picr. Bags. Till. 84K -
Up l.i Ar, 4,495... 81-495.3 :11
M'.ae Loridi.Oni Help
underprivileged Cnil- FORD 2001 ESCORT SE,
dren Silver, 4 door, auto,
www.outreachcenter.or A/C, new tires excel-
g 1-800-693-7911 lent condition, $,450.
ACURA 1995 Integra Call 813-323-8769
Special Edition Coupe FORD 2001 TAURUS SES
2D 4 cyl 1.8Lauto. R, V6, 4 dr, auto, tinted
114Krmi,'AC,PS, P WPL, windows rear spoiler,
TW, CC, am/fm stereo. 63K mi. 6 200
Cassette, dual ar bags, Call 813-506-9196
ABS, (4-wheel) Itor,
moon alloys, alarm, FORD 2003 Taurus SES
$4900 813-689-9178 60K miles, A/C, CD, PL,
ACURA 1997 RL Premium nndtin e0s0' o oat
Luxury, navi, Bose sys, 813478 6966
pwr moonrf, leather htd 813-478-696 .
memory seats & more! GMC 2003 YUKON SLT
$7995 813-841-1329 47K, Green, Tan Ithr, 3rd
AUDI 2002 TTconv.225hp row, rear A/C, CD, all
like new cond., manual lr'72 a. $21" '50
trans, garaged, w/ re- call 727-460-3718
cords all opt $20,500 HONDA 1994 Civic $500
obo. 813-746-9387 MUST SELL! for listing
BMW 1984 528E-auto, sil- 1-800-749-8167 ext C752
ver lthr,160K PDL PW
i ,' r -'I HONDA 1'9 C.,.2.
S i i ,' i. dou.:.ri lull .rr. r, unrf.
-M-W- 199-0i- bkk.. 1 rns C.S:peed.
Lr .ir. 5i.r.-5 iC. c ... ..Ci 'o I1 748 24-..
d ." / ,
l05. t, SA13 11 -ing HONDA 199A ACCOR'1.
S "V6. dr. ,an gre.r,.
-..MW \19 j32 R'cd illa r Sjnr'ol, loa. li',1
ton Ca,,e g. ,tr. Tan ea -,-K P ondi to n p
ithr 0t A.Li, C P", C Cofu 813-.54503
2 t'698i, 6 HONDA 2001' AEOrd \..
"black e-'.. Qray clh i0nt
BMW 19j8 3Fi, auto, 3Ni i'. pi, p11, cr's.',
white/tan, sport/ prem CD, very good cond.
pkgs, low mi, 17" SSR $11,000obo 813-241-5869
rims leather $12 950
813-685-4273/833-5358 CareerSeeker TV
BMW 2002 325, Exc. 813-259-7500
cond. new tires, 53K mi. -
well maint all records.
$19,560 obo.
BMW 2002 X5 3.0, Black '
/ Tan, 79K mi, all op-
tions, dealer serviced,
carfax certified warran-
ty $22,950 727-459-6508

L4 ck.'. Buy

SPORT, 30,200 mi.
BIk/Grey intr, fully load-
ed 27K mi GM warranty
5SPD (813)478-5010

CHEVY 1996 Lumina It
blue, 4 dr, V6, loaded
great shape, no air, 93K
miles. $2450 .
CHEVY 2004 Cavalier 2dr, lli
white, cruise, pwr locks,
AC, CD Graphics, 28K, 1
owner bal. factory wty, 0 I
ave. 32 mi/gal. Exc.
cond, $7,900. 813-621-
CHEVY 2005 Malibu Maxx
LS Loaded auto, 1 own-
er, fact wrt, low miles.
Non-smkr. $13,500 obo
BARON convertible,
new top, very good con-
ditionb in and out, /
$2,100. 813-237-3600 //
COBRA Replica // /
1994427 Shelby. $32,900 ,/
1stplace show winner.
5HP 813-731-0997
Web# 1669171

Akk Buy-

CORVETTE 1988 Conver-
tible, White w/Wht Top
Orig 65K Mi, Beautiful A
Car, Exc Cond. $12,500 Tampa- 4340 W.
CORVETTE 1998 only Tampa -14350 N
37,600 orig. owner mi.,
Pewter/Bik intr, $5,000
Maya rims, Immaculate.
$20K. 813-961-6400

/. Hillsborough Ave.

. Dale Mabry Hwy.

((Automobiles for Sale))
HONDA 2005 CR-V, 4 cyl,
auto, power steering &
brakes, white, well
maintained, $16,950,
INFINITI 1995 Q45 79K mi,
ac, all power, loaded,
leather interior, $6500
JAGUAR 2002 XK8 con-
vert. silver, w/blck top,
tan Ithr, GPS, alpine,
Loaded! Mint! 30k mi.
$35,000. 813-263-5714
JAGUAR 2004 Xtype, 3.0,
24k miles, Indigo blue
exterior, ivory int, moon-
roof, etc. $24,500. Call
Charles: 813-810-6827
LEXUS 1993 SC400 Coupe
one owner, new tires,
new brakes, green with
tan leather, 41K good
cond. $4,000 727-639-
LEXUS 1995 ES300 167K'
mi, Leather, Moonroof,
Alloys, $4,500 obo
LEXUS 2000 RX 300. 89K
mi. e-tr ra learn! I r.Wr.
leather int. g'ld color
luilv I'jalo ed aroe i-pt
1J4.500. 813-.926_799
LEXUS ?o004 LS430 BIk. 2
LIa ebashelbil interior.
liswy mi. 18 in. Le'us
cironme whls. NaWi Sy .
loaried. Shows New
$48.999. 813 727.0007
LEXUS 2006 IS?50. Only
.-, 6T Nvi'. rear camera
pdl hift. t18" wheels
.500 Q ,:,b,:,. 3 ~831-
JSI o:,r 352-812 a181I
LINCOLN 2001 LS Sedan,
Exec looking, dark gray,
chrm whis,, sunrf, hwy
mi, reat cond. $10,800
(813 877-6970/7581610
MAZDA 1995 626LX, 1
owner, 122K, PW, PDL,
A/C, good gas mileage,
needs some body work
$1,300 813-994-3815
MAZDA 2000, Miata SE,
6 spd, Alarm System,
low miles $11,500 obo
(941) 426-7790

MERCEDES 1998 C280,
62K miles, fully loaded
leather, $8,995 or best
offer or will trade for a
van. 813-334-7265
MERCEDES 2000 S500 ex-
cel, black/gray AMG
Bkgg 1 owner, 40K mi.
eaer maint. $35.900
.,:,o 813 7613
MEReFDES 2)03 E320-.
.-Sporl, .' %riiisr, nv. L
,. ?r r i a.3.1 d 211,.
.shlb.1 iv ,ni r,',:,c l b \ev
i7 I,:, pro rei
t mrag: Fiill facL v rr.
1i.,04? 72 59311t..
MERCEDES 2010- '20
.p:rl. r, ll e ni l iii..,
aunr.jol, It: han'
14.00'0 mi.'fuly Ir.adaJ '
$29.",~I~.62.1 o-.4073 -
MERCEDES 2004 E320,
4dr factory warranty
All power, sunroof
$36,000 813-884-0793

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MERCEDES Benz 2001
S500 4 dr, bik, dark gray
Ithr int, loaded, 65k,
non smokers, garaged,
$41,000. 813-340-878W
MERCURY 1997 Grand
Marquis LS silver leath-
er int. exc cond. Han-
dling package. 90K Ask-
ing $6,250 813-645-1668
WAGON all power, 6cyl,
3L 107K miles, 28-
30MPG, excellent cond
$5,500obo. 352-206-0729
MERCURY 2003 Grand
Marquis 4 door, mint
cond, low mi fully load-
ed, white w/lthr oint, all
pwr, cruise, keyless en-
try, am/fm/CD/cass,
$16,800 813-642-0329
MERCURY 2(i. M1 1ar.u,:
leiathrer :7mpi hi
251m i. A C. l p,,,.':r
E Cellenti c( ,nOi :.r,l
$12.900 813 SI; ]lP
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MINI 2002 Cuipvr Srdlar'.
silver. 0.rrti pkg. 3s'
ithr, Vt;i: '- sunrf .-cruise'.
auio, air DSC.,: I rhN ,
E'non Iots IJ'K nil.
$16.70u. 41-9t*-T9,9
MITSUBISHI 19,a98Erhplr:
auto rims, ground .
effects$i10o) -
Nissan 1991 Ma.ima. 5
spd. appro.t 1-30, nile.s.
new AC. $1000 Bcse
speal'er svstemilps'w
er, grrat -tileage,
i2 00ob:.. Call' 24 ". rd
?13 935-7?565 .e. -:.
NISSAN 2002 Altima 2.55
Sedan 4 doors, gold
color, exc. condition!
$10,200.78K mi. New
engine. (813) 758-7738.
NorthStar V8,-pearl, tan
Ithr, all options, 12 disc
CD exc! 90 day guar.
$5,790 813-888-9502.
PONTIA 1996 Grand Am
excellent condition
$3200 Obo 813-759-0569
or 813-361-1752
PONTIAC 1967 Firebird,
sin block Chevy 350
hydro, many new parts,
$4000 obo. serious inqui-
ries only. Don 493-4933
Pontiac 1995 Grand Am,
white, exc cond. New
CD, brakes, struts AC,
1 owner, 35 hwy, 2 city
$3200. 7N4-395-0970.
PORSCHE 1969 912 S73RS
Body, very, very nice,
many new parts. $680nn
i:! F' E Eenr.,:

PORSCHE 9.5 ,101
Carr ra Red tlk n'i[ fr i
m l. 5.1psel. v, ,l" ac, easi
,all,., rr,:.ell., ll3lir
Inl p'.r lcl, seats
vinidc 'i' is u'ir rtl,
.wr ma- iai Garage kept,
dealer mamni, wknd driv.
er Kenwi ,d : CD,-':.
viper alarni Hate oio
ims $22, S6J3-01I ;'769
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PORSCHE 1992 Carrera 2,
3.6 eng., 5spd, 102K mi.,
steel gray on gray, pwr
opts, sunroof exc cond.
PORSCHE 1993 968 cony.
excel, silver/gray 6 spd
I owner, 45K mi. Reeves
maint. $17,900 obo.
CONV seal grey, 43K,
5sp 18" whee s, perfect,
clean CarFax, $23,900
firm 813-924-4131
SAAB 2005 Aero Conver-
tible, 4,900 Miles, 5 Spd,
Assume lease payment
$586/mo or buy $37K
Exc. Cond. 813-495-4321
SATURN 2002 L200
33o000mi. ll3 pwr. front
r.Ude ar bag.AC. ri*
iri. ',, ,'c nd reaTiri,
9. ,0 .:D: 5I .98 946.J(
TOYOTA I \ i. Corolla 4
t. ylIin,3J r. g l, ,O
:r. wut'-,mani;. AC. 110K
miles As',lrq $:90')
Si '6290'i:4,71. 290-7143
TOYOTA 199t Camrr CE.
-e.c cond in oiut Low
mli.tiiM I mna i Pi, .pi'.
AC. nen Itr:i. bra.1cS
?i.1s$6795 12.-s9*3346
tOYOTA 2000 C'.irlla CE
.Buguty color, 4AMT'Fv
-Ca..seri CD. .usioir
Whiel: rims 93K -mi.
TO OTA 2005'Carmry LE
low -m..aultor,-al-pwr.
-l10ks.&-drives beauti-
hii. Y.-'iili love it I pram-
,i ,16,7r00 264.95,:i
TOYOTA 2005 Camry "
11,500 miles, 5 sp, AC,
PW PL & Crs, CD. Sell
for balance owed.
Volvo 2001 V70 T5 Wag-
on w/3rd row seats, ev-
ery option except nay.
Exc. condition. $10,900
obo. 727-278-5898.
VW 1998 Jetta Diesel,
42 mpg, hi-miles, some
work needed $4200.

VW 1999 Beetle GLS, au-
to, leather, white,
am/fm, ac, full pwr,
sunroof, 75K mi,
$7900obo 813-964-5203

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Furnished Models Open Daily
Hours: Monday Saturday 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
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One Pier Drive Ruskin, Florida 33570
Phone: 813.645.6000 800.889.9804
Fax: 813:645.1350

Heading South on 1-75:Take Exit 240B
to 674 west (College Ave.) for 3.2
miles. At US 41, turn left and head
south for 3.9 miles. Left on Universal
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Stephens Road, ahead on the left
through the gates. Follow signage to
Sales Center on Pier Drive.
Heading North on 1-75:To 1-275 North,
Exit 2, North on US 41 for 8.6 miles.
Right on Universal Road at "Turn Here"
sign. First right on Stephens Road, ahead
on the left through the gates. Follow
signage to Sales Center on Pier Drive.

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