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Two Plant City softball
all-star squads sparkle at
sectionals, advance to state
tourneys this weekend. A
controversial call turns the
tide on a third team's bid.
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GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Clarice Stewart leads her low-impact aerobics class at the Winter Visitors Center off Dort Street. Stewart, center, is flanked by her daughter
Cindy Krosky, left, and her granddaughter, Brooklynn Hurst, who came over from Fort Pierce to attend Stewart's 85th

Fitness Instructor Still Going Strong At 85

Clarice Stewart has been lead-
ing a physical fitness program in
Plant City since 1982, and her
volunteer effort is paying big div-
idends for her and her many stu-
dents, they say.
On June 6, her family members
and friends gathered at the
Ramada Inn for a surprise 85th
birthday luncheon where she
was presented with a framed
poem about aging gracefully,
lunch, including a birthday cake,
and other gifts.
The next morning, Stewart was
at the Winter Visitors Center, a
city recreation facility on Dort
Street, leading her fitness class
through the paces.
"It's important to stay fit, at

any age," said Stewart.
Members of her class say Stew-
art is a great example of the
benefits of a regular workout
Stewart leads 20 to 25 women
in her fitness program each Mon-
day, Wednesday and Friday dur-
ing the summer months. In the
wintertime, when there are more
retired folks in the area, Stewart
says her classes get to be twice
that size.
Brenda Simpson, a relatively
new member of Stewart's exer-
cise class, said Stewart is a god-
"I started coming here one
year ago this week," Simpson
said. "I had a full-knee replace-
ment. I had no insurance for the
therapy classes needed to help
me heal properly, but by coming
to these classes, I am back on my
feet again. Clarice has been so
helpful to me. She is an incredible
Stewart and her late husband
William moved to Plant City from

Big Stone Gap, Va., in 1957. They
purchased the outdoor shopping
center in the 400 block of north
Alexander Street and opened
Stewart's Shoe Store. By 1970,
the Stewarts had 13 shoe stores
open around the state. They sold
the chain and retired to the good
life, she said.
After her husband died in 1982,
Stewart began leading exercise
classes at the Methodist Church
on Evers Street.
"I had to do something to stay
busy," Stewart said. "And I have
enjoyed it so .much that I never
Joyce Wetherington, 80, has
been exercising with Stewart
from the beginning.
"I exercise with Clarice every
day there is a class, unless I'm
out of town," Wetherington said.
"I don't want to sit around the
house and do nothing. I might
not feel up to it every day, but I go
anyway. And I'm always glad I
did. It is well worth the effort."
Wetherington said Stewart's

exercise program is four-
pronged. She lists the physical
fitness, the mental alertness, a
learned music appreciation and
the social aspects of the group as
equally important.
"We are like a family," she said.
"I have a lot of friends there. But I
know one thing. As hard as I try, I
can't keep up with Clarice."
Stewart said fellowship was
one of the reasons she started
leading the exercise program.
"With William gone, I was
looking to make new friends and
to stay active," she said. "Our
exercise program was well
accepted, and by 1991 we needed
more room than what we had
available at the church. I knew
some people at the city recrea-
tion department and they
allowed us into the Planteen." '
By 1995, the room at the city
recreation center was deemed
too small for the growing pro-
gram Stewart was leading. The

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Adopt-a-Pallet program
helps Plant City High football
The Plant City High School
Raider football team needs
help putting sod on its reno-
vated practice field.
Send checks payable to:
Plant City Boosters at 1 Raider
Place, Plant City, FL 33566
(put 'Sod Project' in the
For more information or to
offer help, call Kevin Kelley at
(863) 409-1948.
The team needs 130 pallets
at $80 each.

Early voting offered
for 2006 primary election
Hillsborough County
voters registered on or before
Aug. 7 are eligible to vote in
the Sept. 5 primary elections
and can cast their votes early
starting Aug. 21 through Sept.
2 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at
Thonotosassa Branch Library,
10715 Main St. in Thonoto-
Bring you current photo
and signature ID.
Information: 307-4715.

Tammy Rogers wins
trip to Mexico
Home Interiors & Gifts Inc.,
a seller of home decor acces-
sories, recently rewarded one
of its top achievers with
awards in sales and sponsor-
Tammy G. Rogers of Plant
City won a trip for two to Aca-
pulco, Mexico.
The trip is part of the com-
pany's incentive. program
designed to inspire its sales

Animal Services seeks
Hillsborough County
Animal Services is seeking
volunteers to work in county
pet evacuation shelters dur-
ing hurricanes or other disas-
Volunteers are not required
to have formal animal train-
ing experience, but should
love pets and people.
Hillsborough County
approved the use of Sickles
High School in the Citrus
Park area as the county's
second pet evacuation shel-
Last year, county officials
opened the first pet evacua-
tion shelter at Burnett Middle
School in Seffrier.
Hillsborough County
Animal Services director Bill
Armstrong advises people to
use the county's pet shelters
as a last resort, only because
space is extremely limited.
Instead, pet owners should
try to take their animals to
relatives, friends, pet-friendly
hotels or kennels along their
evacuation route.
Above all, Animal Services
asks residents not to leave
animals at home to fend for
Additional suggestions are
available atwww.hillsboroug-
For more information on
volunteer training or to
arrange an interview with a
representative, contact Marti
Ryan of Hillsborough County
Animal Services at 744-5660
or 356-9711.

GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Johnnie Cooper, left, Anthony Holmes and Gene Romeo spoke to the city commission July 10
about affordable housing in Plant City, community block grant money and how individuals can
qualify for the federally funded programs.

Housing Clarifications Sought




A group of Plant City resi-
dents put officials on the spot
during last Monday's commis-
sion meeting.
The residents, led by John-
nie Cooper, said they wanted
to know more about afford-
able housing within the city,
who qualifies for such housing
and how the builders are cho-
sen for projects.
Following the meeting,
Cooper said he was concerned
that Community Develop-
ment Block Grant funds might
be misused by the city.
"I want to know if develop-
ers are profiting by commu-
nity development dollars," he
The city recently established
a Laura Street Restoration
Overlay District that could
accommodate affordable
housing built upon lots now or
formerly owned by the city.
This district is separate from
the public housing districts
that are administered by the
U.S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development pro-

After listening to Cooper's
remarks during the July 10
meeting, Mayor John Dicks
directed Assistant City
Manager Greg Horwedel to
handle the communication
for the city.
"Mr. Cooper made these
same inquiries two years ago,"
said Jim McDaniel, the city
director of community devel-
opment. "He should know the
answers by now. But we will
be glad to satisfy him again on
these issues."
Horwedel told Cooper, Cur-
tis Floellen and Gene Romeo
that -he would look into their
concerns and set a time for
them to meet at city hall.
"It will take a few weeks to
get responses from the county
and state on some of these
issues," Horwedel said. "But
we will communicate with Mr.
Cooper and the others on
these matters in a timely
Concerning the federal
block grant money, McDaniel
provided The Courier with the
2006-07 grant application. In
the application, the city asks
for $40,000 for affordable
housing assistance. The
money will be available during
the next fiscal year, which
starts Oct. 1.
"The city doesn't have
anything to do with building
homes,"- McDaniel said. "We

might sell property owned by
the city in a redevelopment
area to individuals qualified
for affordable housing, but it is
the county that administers
the program.
Hillsborough County exam-
ines the application, educates
the prospective home owner,
supplies money to purchase
the land, helps with the down
payment on a home, and
offers interest-free, forgivable
loans to buyers who stay in the
home for 30 years."
McDaniel said the
individual buyer determines
who the builder would be on
any particular property.
In some instances develop-
ers have purchased city owned
property in redevelopment
zones and built houses on
speculation. The general pub-
lic and buyers who qualify for
affordable housing are eligible
to purchase these homes.
According to City Attorney
Ken Buchman, state law
defines affordable as meaning
monthly rents or mortgages
including taxes and insurance
that do not exceed 30 percent
of the median monthly income
in any given area.
"Affordable housing and
public housing are two differ-
ent things," McDaniel said.
"But they are both sponsored
and monitored by HUD, a
federal program that is sepa-
rate from the city."


News Report
The Plant City Recreation & Parks Depart-
ment will host its semiannual kids all-Ameri-
can fishing derby July 22. The event is open to
youth ages 6 to 15 and will be held at the Plant
City Stadium's back parking lot, off Albertson
Drive. Participants will fish from 8:30 to 11:30
On-site registration will begin at 8 a.m. Pre-
registration will be accepted until July 20 at 5
p.m. at the recreation and parks administration
office, 1904 S. Park Road.
Prizes will be awarded for largest fish by
weight, first bass and first catfish caught and
recorded, and most fish caught. Anglers must
be accompanied by an adult and need to bring
their own poles and any type of bait they wish
to use. The event is sponsored by Wal-Mart,
Harold's Outdoor Products and Bill Heard
Chevrolet tournament fishing team.

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Photo courtesy of Plant City Recreation & Parks
Winners from the city's January fishing derby.
A registration form and more information
are available at the PCRPD Web site, click the Fishing
Derby link, or contact Steve Rossiter at srossi- or call 659-4200, Ext.
4311. -

JULY 20, 2006 + THE COURIER 3


The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department July

Strong-armed robbery,
South Waller/West Madison
Vehicle theft, 1400 block
Church Street
Drug Investigation, 1500
block East Alabama Street
Vehicle theft, 1000 block
East Laura Street

July 4
Drug Investigation, 400
block West Tever Street
Arson, 600 block East Alex-
ander Street
Vehicle burglary, East Ala-
bama Street/South Maryland
Car jacking, 1100 block East
Baker Street
Child neglect, 2600 block
James L. Redman Parkway
Criminal mischief, 100
block East Renfro Street
Grand theft, 4000 block
Crimson Court
Criminal mischief, 100
block East Tever Street
Criminal mischief, 1300
block West Risk Street
Criminal mischief, 4200
block South Thackery Way
Criminal mischief, 4600

block Crimson Court
Criminal mischief, 4700
block Hunts Court

July 5
Criminal mischief,- 200
block West Alexander Street
Vehicle theft, 100 block
Fairwind Court
Grand theft, 200 block
South Alexander Street
Grand theft, 2600 block
James L. Redman Parkway
Criminal mischief, 300
block Hickory Street
Drug Investigation, South
Jim Johnson Road/East Alex-
ander Street

July 6
Shooting, 2300 block Maki
Burglary structure, 1200
West Reynolds Street
Robbery, 3400 West Baker

July 7
Vehicle burglary, 1600
block Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Boulevard
Criminal mischief, 1400
block Plantation Circle
Grand theft, 600 block
Bethune Drive

July 8
Vehicle burglary, 2600
block James L. Redman Park-
Criminal mischief, 1000
West Baker Street
Criminal mischief, 1900
block James L. Redman Park-

Battery, 1300
brook Street

East Also-


The Courier

Fishing Derby Targets Youngsters

4 THE COURIER + JOLY 20, 2006

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July 20, Aug 3, 10 & 17
Classes Start Aug 28
Home of Plant City Children's Theatre
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It's not all about residential
construction in Plant City.
Just ask the builders of the
Citrus Landing Office
Complex as they finish pour-
ing concrete, stacking block
and applying mortar to fill a
need for professional offices

at the south end of Evers
The complex's builder is
Custom Touch Homes. The
site, which is a little more than
3 acres, will have 10 buildings.
Custom Touch also built
about 70 homes just west of
the office complex in 2004-05.
"We will use the same
upscale construction materi-
als and techniques that we
used in the Citrus Landing
residential site," said builder
John Cordell.
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GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Todd Cordell, the site construction manager for the Citrus Land-
ing Office Complex at West Prosser Drive and South Evers
Street, looks over plans. Cordell and his father, John, are
supervising the construction of 10 office buildings on the 3 acres
that makes up the complex.

Citrus Landing Office

Complex Fills Niche

Free computer classes
First Baptist Church Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St., will offer free computer classes
Thursday through July 27. Classes will be 2 and 6:30 p.m., and cover basic
computer parts and software. Registration:

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

Cedar Grove celebrates 99 years
Cedar Grove Baptist Church, 8201 Cedar
Grove Baptist Church Road, plans its 99th
homecoming with a pork and chicken
dinner July 22 at 5:30 p.m., followed by
gospel music featuring Gulf State Quartet
from Bowling Green, and local church
talent. Call: 737-1234.

Glorioso plans town hall meetings
State Rep. Rich Glorioso, R-Plant City,
plans a town hall meeting July 25 at 6 p.m.
at Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St. Residents are invited to ask questions
and share their views. Glorioso plans simi-
lar meetings July 26 at 6 p.m. at the Bloo-
mingdale Regional Library, 1906
Bloomingdale Ave., and July 27 at 6 p.m. at
the Farm Bureau, 100 S. Mulrennan Road.
Call: 757-9110.

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

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

Breastfeeding program
South Florida Baptist Hospital's Family
Childbirth Center will offer a breastfeeding
education program July 31 from 7 to 9 p.m.
in the Administration Conference Room.
Registration: 754-4444.

New Teacher Coffee
The Plant City Chamber of Commerce
will present the 2006 New Teacher Coffee
Aug. 1 at 7:30 a.m. in the Exhibition Hall on
the Florida Strawberry Festival grounds.
Donations are being accepted to defray the
cost of the breakfast buffet to welcome new
teachers to Plant City area schools for the
2006-07 school year. Call: 754-3707.

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

Back to School Bash
Eastside Baptist Church, 1318 E. Calhoun
St., plans its Back to School Bash for chil-


Pick of the Week

Art on display
Emily Resciniti, who plans to attend the University of South Florida in the fall, will
have her artwork featured this month at the Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St. Her pictures in pencil, collage and mixed medium will be on display. Above,
from left, Eleanore McDade, president of the East Hillsborough Art Guild, Emily
Resciniti, Helena Laurent, art guild scholarship chairwoman, and Ann Haywood,
library director.

dren and youth Aug. 2 from 6 to 8 p.m.
There will be snacks, games, devotional
and free school supplies.
Call: 754-2681.

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

West Central Florida
Softball Championship
Adult softball teams from the Southeast-
ern will compete Aug. 5-6 at the Randy L.
Larson Softball Four-Plex, 1810 E. Park
Road. Admission is free.
Information: 659-4200, Ext. 4304, or

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

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

Fishing seminar
A fishing seminar featuring the latest tips

and techniques from fishing experts will be
offered Aug. 18 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at Bill
Heard Chevrolet, 2002 N. Frontage Road.
Attendees will be able to meet and talk
with professional fishing, guide Capt.
Rachel Nobbe.
Call: Chris Prevatt, 359-5018.

Cornerstone Center
The Plant City Cornerstone Center, 315
N. Collins St., plans the following events:
Summer Rhapsody, Aug. 19
Fish fry and hoe down, Sept. 16
Luncheon and card party, Oct. 27
Breakfast with Santa, Dec. 2
Dinner theater, Dec. 2-3
Call: Jeanie Burt, 752-9225; or Violet
Massey, 752-2659.

Strawberry Classic Car Show
The Strawberry Classic Car Show will be
Aug. 19 from 4 to 9 p.m.
The event includes antiques, customs,
classics and hot rods in and around McCall
Park, 100 N. Collins St. Admission and reg-
istration is free.
Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-

Strong Leader Award Dinner
The annual 2006 Strong Leader Award
Dinner, sponsored by the Plant City Family
YMGA, is set for Aug. 24 from 6:30 to 9 p.m.
at the Ramada Plantation House, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Cindy Churchill, director of
Steppin' Stone Farm Inc., is this year's
award recipient.
Information: 757-6677 or e-mail scot-


Civil War unit
Step into the ranks of
history as a Southern can-
noneer and join the Milton
Light Artillery, Co. A. Milton
is a Civil War re-enacting unit
based on an actual 1860s
Florida battery. Milton re-
enacts more than 15 battles a
year and includes civilian
-and nursing impressions.
E-mail info@miltonartill- or visit www.milt-

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

Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
meets the second Thursday
of the month at the Ramada
Inn at 6:30 p.m., 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Dinner buffet is
$15. Call: Linda McDonald,

Plant City High
Class of 1960
The Plant City High.
School Class of 1960 meets
the second Friday of each
month at 9 a.m. at BuddyF-
reddys, 1101 Goldfinch Drive.
Call: Warren Wilson, 685-

Strawberry Toastmasters
The Strawberry Toastmas-
ters Club, the city's second
Toastmasters club, meets
every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in
the community room at
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Call: Kathie, 719-7668.

Plant City Toastmasters
The Plant City Toastmas-
ters Club meets Thursdays at
7:30 a.m. at the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce,
106 N. Evers St. Call: Hal
Brewer, 752-4949.

Plant City Rotary
The Plant City Noonday
Rotary Club meets Mondays
at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St.
Call: Steve Saloman, 299-

Turkey Creek Class of 1961
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1961 meets
the first Thursday of each
month at 6 p.m. at BuddyF-
reddys, 1101 Goldfinch Drive.
The meetings are informal
and all classmates including
nongraduates are invited.
Teachers and staff are also
Call: Elaine Rogers Lister,

Ballroom dance lessons
Ballroom dance lessons
for beginners are held at the
Plantation House Red
Rose Dining Room, 2011 N.
Wheeler Street, Monday and
Tuesday evenings from 7 to 9
p.m. Cost: $10 per person/
per lesson.
Contact: Susan Stanton,
(863) 604-5060.


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A s people around the country debate the use of
Tasers by police agencies, they should always
keep in mind the alternatives. The Taser is a
device that gives a person an electric jolt that
temporarily disables him. Normally, it is not fatal, but
some people have died after being stunned, though it's
my understanding that as of now no death has been
directly linked to the electric jolt.

The larger problem is this:
Once a police officer says, "You
are under arrest," you must and.
will be taken to jail. Hopefully,
you will go voluntarily, but if you
physically resist arrest, then the
officer or officers must use
whatever force is necessary to
subdue you and take you to jail.
They have no choice. In most
states, resisting arrest is itself a
felony, and in many states a
police officer is authorized to use
lethal means to arrest a felon.
This means a physical fight,
because the only logical reply to
force is counterforce. In the past,
most police officers carried clubs
and blackjacks. The old-fash-
ioned blackjacks were a lump of
lead on a steel spring wrapped in
thin leather. Both these and clubs
can inflict serious injuries, even
fatal injuries sometimes.
Today, in most departments,
officers are equipped with
pepper spray and a Taser. These
are provided as nonlethal
means of subduing someone
who is resisting arrest. So, if you
remove these nonlethal tools
from the officers, what is the-


alternative? I'd rather be
stunned than cracked on the
head with a club. I'd rather be
stunned than shot.
Happily, most people don't
resist arrest. Professional petty
criminals know the routine and
know it's pointless to resist.
Usually, those who resist are
people who are out of control
due either to mental illness or
to the effects of drugs, or they
are people who have com-

mitted a serious felony and
know they will go to prison.
These conditions, however, do
not relieve the arresting officer
of the necessity of physically
subduing the person.
Police officers deserve to be
cut some slack by the public.
They arhethe only public officials
who are legally authorized to
take a human life without a trial.
They take this terrible responsi-
bility seriously, and I can assure
you the overwhelming majority
of local and state law-enforce-
ment officers have no desire to
kill somebody.
The flood of make-believe
violence produced by the
entertainment and gaming
industries makes killing seem
like a casual affair, but it is not,
and nobody knows this better
than a policeman who has
been forced by circumstances
to take a human life.
The problem for the police
officer is that out on the street,
in the'presence of a violent
individual, he has no time to
consider the situation leisurely,
much less call in medical
professionals who aren't
available anyway. The officer
has to act and often must make
a decision in seconds. His
obligation is to protect himself
and other innocent people in
the vicinity.
Parents should especially
stress to teenage children that
under no circumstances should
they ever attempt to flee a
police officer, resist arrest or

talk back sarcastically. If there is
a problem with the arrest, the
place to sort that out is in court.
Police officers are human
beings, just like the rest of us.
They can have bad days. Their
job in itself is stressful. When
they stop a car at night, they
don't know who the driver is.
He might-be a teenager with a
heavy foot. He might be some
guy who just robbed a store
and murdered the clerk. He
might be a serial killer or a
wanted felon. The officer, who
wants to go home to his family,
must necessarily be cautious
and stern. And, if you are the
driver, you don't want to do
anything that the officer can
interpret as a threat.
Keep your hands visible at all
times and wait for his instruc-
tions. If you go rummaging in
the glove box for registration
papers or reach behind you for
your wallet before he asks for
them, he might think you are
reaching for a gun. That's a
good way to get killed.
Tasers and pepper spray are
good law-enforcement tools.
They can be abused, of course,
- because police are humans and
can make mistakes, but even
when they are abused, the
consequences are most often
not fatal, nor do they result in
permanent injuries. I would be
reluctant to ban them.

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

News Flash: More Priceless Government Research

GEORGE NEWM great news," the newscaster said, joy written
Reporter all over her face. "Researchers now say that
,mrani_.i'm'tia'_Lineral ,:m daily activity can be good for senior health."
Then, to illustrate this profound revelation,

P HO NE U S the story cut to footage of people in their 70s and 80s
s:865-4430gardening, walking dogs, vacuuming and washing
J- dishes.

The ground-breaking aspect
of this study, the reporter
explained enthusiastically, is
the following startling break-
through: All physical activity is
potentially beneficial.
I'm going to let that sink in
for a few moments.
Exercise, apparently, does not
necessarily have to be confined
to formal fitness regimens such
as walking the neighborhood,
working out at the gym, or
taking a Spinning class. Simply
emptying the mail box, shop-
ping, dusting or trimming the
hedges will do quite nicely.
"About 12 percent of people
with the highest amount of
activity died within six years,
compared with nearly 25 percent
of the least active," the Associated
Press reported in a related article.
Well knock me down with a
feather. And all this time and I
had no clue that pushing my
lawnmower around the yard
for three hours was any kind of
exercise at all.
Amazing. Who knew? This
* up-to-the-minute research-
funded by easy-come-easy-go


tax dollars concluded that
elderly people who engage in
daily tasks actually live longer.
"That translates into a 50
percent reduction in mortality.
That's really big," said Profes-
sor Andrew Goldberg of the
University of Maryland.
Or, to put it another way,
many retired people who aren't
moving around all that much
are most likely dead.
On face value this seems like a
useful slice of information. The

people interviewed to support
the story certainly thought so.
"This gives me a lot of hope,"
said a 70-something women
aerobically pushing a vacuum. "I
plan to stay active right up 'til I
can't," promised another.
The thesis, the television
report summarized, suggests a
strong relationship between
daily activity levels and deferred
mortality in older Americans.
Maybe it was a slow day for
news. I don't know. But in my
mind I'm left wondering about
the whole "cart and horse"
phenomenon here. Maybe
these happy dog-walkers and
vacuum dancers are able to
take care of business simply
because they're not sick.
Maybe that's why they are still
so active, ever think of that?
Apart from the occasional
story I hear about people who
purchase in-home motorized
mobility scooters ("In most
cases completely covered by
Medicare!") because they really
don't like to walk to the refriger-
ator, I don't know of many
Americans who get sick and die
as a result of avoiding house-
hold chores. To the contrary,
most elderly people would give
their eye-teeth to be able to do a
few dishes and walk the dog.
I know for a fact my father-in-
law, Bob, would prefer to spend
his days working in his garage,
tidying the house or walking to
church. He can't, though,
because he's dealing with so

many debilitating conditions.
This is a man who has been trim,
active and physically disciplined
all his adult life. To suggest, as
the news piece implicitly did,
that elderly people essentially
reap the reward of their own
inactivity, is patently absurd.
I think the thrust of this
research has greater applicabil-
ity earlier in life. The great
American health tragedy of the
21st century is just now picking
up a serious head of steam.
Lifestyle-induced obesity will
without a doubt roll back North
America's life expectancy for
the first time in history.
Now that's something we
can certainly change. Because
my future, your future, and the
future of all those school-aged
kids developing type 2 diabetes
and refusing to eat their
vegetables is not written in
stone. And it doesn't have to be
written in flab either.
I'm all for personal responsi-
bility, no matter what age we
happen to be. But the duffs that
have to be dusted off a little
more turn out to belong to those
of us who still have retirement to
- look forward to. And if you're a
senior already, and I know some
of you are, put this paper down
and get on with the housework,
your government says it'll do
you some good.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
him at


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Hoovers Salute Sons Success


Dr. and Mrs. James R.
Hoover of Plant City and
Linda Watkins Hoover of
Anchorage, Alaska, send
news that their son, James
Hendry Hoover, was recently
promoted to the rank of
captain in the U.S. Navy.
A 1981 Plant City High
School graduate, Jim
received an accounting
degree from the University
of South Florida and a
master's of business admi-
nistration from the Univer-
sity of Florida. He graduated
from Officer Candidate
School, Newport, R.I., and
his assignments have
included serving aboard the
USS Pennsylvania.
In addition to his Navy
duties while stationed in
Philadelphia, he taught
computer applications, data
analysis and management
methods at the University of
Currently he's assigned to
operations research at the
Defense Logistics Agency
headquarters in our nation's
Capt. Hoover's family was
on hand for the promotion
ceremony, including wife,
Lisa, the 1983 Strawberry
Festival Queen and a 1983
graduate of Plant City High.
Congratulations to this
beautiful family.

Matthew Chandler
makes dean's list
The University of South
Florida dean of the College
of Arts and Sciences, John
Skvoretz, sent a letter of
congratulations to Matthew
Chandler for outstanding
grades this past term. The
Dean's List of Scholars is
awarded to only 10 percent
of those who are full-time
students at USF.
Proud parents are Lee and
Suzanne Chandler of Plant

Lions pitch in at camp
The Plant City Lions Club
recently sent a crew to the
Florida Lions Camp on Tiger
Lake in Lake Wales to spruce
up their cabin for campers.
The camp is made available
to children with disabilities

every summer. The Florida
Lions Camp has a national
accreditation for working
with people with impair-
ments and just recently was
awarded the Camp Ameri-
ca's 2006 Peace Award.
Coleman Davis, Bob
Lastinger, Brian West, John
McAlister and Bob Fulks
shared in building a picnic
table for the campers. Bob
Lastinger is a past
international director of
Lions and Brian West is the
new president of the Plant
City club.
We are blessed to have
these hardworking, dedi-
cated men in our commu-

Art guild banquet
It was no ordinary end-of-
year banquet.
As you might expect, the
artistic hands in the East
Hillsborough Art Guild
turned their recent banquet
into a Hawaiian luau.
We'll also look forward to
lots of exciting projects
under the leadership of
Eleanore McDade, the new
president of the group.

Happy birthdays
You may be getting older,
but your club is getting
better due to loyal members.
Happy July birthdays to
Plant City Kiwanians Matt
Buzza, Jim Brown, David
Galloway and Don Walden.
God bless you all.

Parks is hospital
employee of month
Stefnee Parks, a Plant City
native, says her job as a
neurodiagnostic cardiac tech
is nothing short of wonder-
"There is compassion

Photo coures\ oi South Florida
Baptist Hospital

from the top all the way
down," says South Florida
Baptist Hospital's employee
for the month for May.
An 18-year employee, Stef-
nee graduated from Plant
City High School and
attended college in Polk

County. Stefnee, husband
Lamar, and 9-year-old
daughter, Mara, love our fine
town, and it's no surprise
that her favorite pastime is
spending time with family
and friends. Congratula-
tions, Stefnee.

At left, the Hoover clan
celebrate James Hendry
Hoover's recent promotion to
captain in the U.S. Navy.
Pictured are Lisa, left, James,
Katie, Stephen, Sarah Beth and
Nathan. Below, Matthew
Chandler is on the list of
outstanding scholars at the
University of South Florida.

Photo courtesy of Suzanne Chandler

Photo courtesy of the Plant City Lions Club

Above left, Stefnee Parks was recently named South Florida Baptist Hospital's Employee of the
Month for May. Above right, Plant City Lions Club members Coleman Davis, Bob Lastinger, Brian
West, John McAlister and Bob Fulks help out at a camp for disabled children.

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Have a birthday or family
event you would like to see in
Betty's column? Send items
or mail or hand deliver to The
Courier, C/O Betty Briggs, 101
N. Wheeler St., Plant City, FL


Photo courtesy of Hoover family

Photo courtesy of the East Hillsborough Art Guild
Enjoying food and fellowship at the recent East Hillsborough Art Guild banquet are the group's
new board members. From left, Joan Hamilton, corresponding secretary; Peggy Courson, recording
secretary; Jon Courson, treasurer Louann Watson, second vice president; Betty Jones, first vice
president; and Eleanore McDade, president.

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HCC seeks bilingual
math, reading teachers
The Plant City campus of
Hillsborough Community Col-
lege is in need of certified read-
ing and mathematics bilingual
instructors for its Adult General
Education Program.
Class hours will be flexible
to accommodate the work
schedules of students residing,
in the Plant City area. The
classes take place at HCC's
Plant City campus.
HCC established the pro-
gram to help individuals not
only earn their high school
diploma but transition to col-
lege as well. Call: 757-2111,

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

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club
seeks used eyeglasses and
hearing aids. The club collects
the items for distribution to'
needy people in Florida and

other nations. To donate, place
the items in a "Lions Recycle for
Sight" collection bin at the fol-
lowing locations: the office of
Drs. Humphrey and Maggard,
Strong Optical, 800 Optical,
Wal-Mart Optical, the office of
Dr. Kulyk, Publix, Kash n' Karry
on Alexander Street and the
Meadows at Countrywood.

Yo-yo club
The Florida Sultans of Spin
yo-yo club meets the first
Friday of each month from 7
to 9 p.m. at the Brandon Rec-
reational Center, 510 E. Sadie
St. Beginners and advanced
yo-yo players, boys and girls
are welcome.
Call: Marcia, 254-4642, or
Debbie, 254-2214.

Pregnancy Care Center
The Pregnancy Care Center
of Plant City, 304 N. Collins St.,
offers free pregnancy tests,
information and confidential
The center is open week-
days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Volunteers are needed.
Call: 759-0886.

Aging Services wants
to hear from public
Whether it's a compliment


or a concern, Hillsborough
County's Aging Services
Department wants to hear
from you.
In an ongoing effort to pro-
vide quality and efficient serv-
ices, Aging Services has
implemented a new Customer
Care Line.
The Customer Care Line is
open Monday Friday, 8 a.m.
- 5 p.m. at 272-5242, and both
English and Spanish speakers
are available.
After hours customers can
leave a voicemail and the mes-
sage will be returned the next
business day.
For more information con-
tact, Katrina Blaine, Aging
Services, 272-5165.

Red Cross seeking volunteers
The American Red Cross
Tampa Bay Chapter is seeking
active or retired nurses with
RN or LPN licenses to serve as
Volunteer nurses serve as
an integral part of Red Cross
Disaster Action Teams that
operate from five Red Cross
offices in Hillsborough, Pasco
and Pinellas counties: Tampa,
Brandon, St. Petersburg,
Clearwater and Hudson.
Nurses provide health care
education, assistance in
obtaining medical care and
medication replacement and
follow-up care to victims of

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

Crisis Center seeks volunteers
The Crisis Center of Tampa
Bay seeks volunteers to pro-
vide crisis counseling on its
24-hour crisis hot line.
Day, evening and weekend
shifts are available. No experi-
ence is necessary. Training will

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be provided. Information: 969-
4991 or

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

Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville
offers free computer classes
for seniors and children on
Monday and Wednesdays.
- Classes cover basic
computer parts and software.
Adult classes are from 10 to 11
a.m. and 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., and
children's classes from 3 to 4:

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Aenu Grace. 12141 F. Laura 5t

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Mioer: Dounuing St. 659 2900
Plant ( l1 2103 tludlake Rd. '52- 1591
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St Peter. 30i \ (urerl' SI.
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kingdom Hall: 3202 .. hlar land lie.

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Ruth A. Graham, 61, of Plant
City died June 29.
She was born in Louisville,
Ky., and moved here in 1982.
She was a registered nurse
and attended St. Clement
Catholic Church.
She is survived by her
husband, William; a son, Allen
of Little Rock, Ark.; a daughter,
Jennifer Geno of Orlando; and
three grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Cynthia E. Morgan, 56, of
Winter Haven, formerly of
Plant City, died July 2.
She was born in Newport,
Ark., and moved to Winter
Haven in 1997 from Plant City,
where she was a 20-year resi-
She was a member of the
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints in Haines
She is survived by a son,
Kevin Yost- of Brandon; a
daughter' Tara Banks of
Winter Haven; her stepfather,
Bill Miranda of Plant City; four
brothers, Marvin Hawk of
Michigan, David Miranda of
Riverview, Aaron Miranda of
New Port Richey and Errol
Miranda of Plant City; three
sisters, Karen E. Hawk of
Manti, Utah, and Leslie Ott
and Allyson Stone, both of
Plant City; and six grandchil-

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Lora L. Knight Duckworth,
88, of Dover died July 3.
She was born in Madison
and came here in 1928.
She was a shrimp processor
and attended First Baptist
Church of Dover.
She is survived by two sons,
Lowell of Dover and Charles of
Lake Alfred; a daughter, Doris
Tillis of Branson, Mo.; a
brother, M.G. Knight of Dover;
19 grandchildren; 28 great-
grandchildren; and two great-
Wells Memorial Funeral

Aubrey L. Smith Jr., 68, of
Plant City died July 5.
He was born in Crestview
and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
He served in the U.S. Army
and was a mechanic supervi-
sor for the Lee County School
He is survived by two sons,
Lee and Lou, 'both of Fort
Myers; a daughter, Leslie
Parker, also of Fort Myers; a
brother, A. Howard Smith of
Lakeland; two sisters, Connie
McGee and Dorina Christie,
both of Plant City; and three
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Mildred Phelps, 80, of Plant

City died July 6.
She was born in Battlewood,
Ky., and was a member of the
Red Hat Society.
She is survived by two sons,
Elbert S. of Lakeland and
Ronald S. of Plant City; a
daughter, Ruby Ham of Plant
City; a sister, Rose Heard of
Hudson; a niece, Velva
Williams of Hudson; six
grandchildren; and nine great-
Wells Memorial Funeral

Margarite Davidson, 65, of
Dover died July 7.
She was a lifelong resident
of Dover.
She is survived by her
husband, John Jr.; a son, John-
nie III of Dover; two daugh-
ters, Marie Fulton of Plant City
and Regina Reckart of Bran-
don; four grandchildren; and a

Darling D. Matthews, 27, of
Plant City died July 7.
She was born in Tampa and
was a lifelong resident of the
Plant City area.
She was a day care teacher
at Post Sunshine Ranch pre-
She is survived, by her
husband, Tim; a son, Timothy
II of Plant City; two daughters,
Faith and Paige, both of Plant
City; her parents, Clarence
and Lorrie Wade; a brother,
Chase Wade of Brandon; four


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get" type of guy. All pickup
truck, Fred's Market and FFA,
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heart as big as the city.
Q: Where were you raised?
A: Memphis, Tenn. I was
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from difficult and dark days. I
remember when Dr. '(Martin
Luther) King was shot, that
was a terribly scary time.
Q: How did you find God?
A: I chased a cheerleader
into Broadmore Baptist
Church. Never did get the
date but ending up meeting
Jesus in 1973.

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obvious direction?
A: I wanted to be a morti-
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Firestone Rubber Co. over 40
years, and my family didn't do
college. School was hard but I
did pretty well. I went to
Union University in Jackson,
Tenn., then Memphis State. I
graduated magna cum laude
in liberal arts. But it truly was
the hand of God.

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A: Football in junior high
and high school, then track
and cross country. Mostly low
hurdles, mile relay and
quarter-mile. But that was 150
pounds ago!
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A: I came to this church in
1980 as a summer youth
intern. When I graduated, Dr.
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Ryan Rollyson and Angie
Parrish were married April 22
at'Gaylord Palms in Orlando.
The bride is the daughter of
Charles and Cindi Parrish, and
the groom is the son of Rolly
and Janey Rollyson.
The bride was given away by
her father, Charles.
Maid of honor was C.J. Mind-
edahl, best friend of the bride.
Matron of honor was Tiffany
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Lance Andrew Ginn and
Karena Anne Sager
Lacy and Sharon Ginn of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their son, Lance
Andrew, to Karena Anne Sager.
She is the daughter of David
and Marilyn Sager of Stuart.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Martin County High
School and Agnes Scott Col-

law of the bride, and Autumn
Parrish, sister of the bride.
The groom was attended by
best man Andy McDonald,
best friend of the groom, and
groomsmen Rhett Rollyson,
brother of the groom, and
Trevis Lyon, Steve Markham,
Brett Mueller and Chris Spani-
man, all friends of the groom.
Ring bearers were Jadin
Sanderson and Brendan Rolly-
.son, nephews of the groom.
Flower girl was Mayson
Ushers were Nate Francis
and Trey Mueller.
The reception was at the
Orange Blossom Ballroom at
the Gaylord Palms.
The bride is a graduate of
Plant City High School and

lege in Decatur, Ga.
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Plant City High
School and Lincoln Memorial
University in Harrogate, Tenn.
A Dec. 29 wedding is
planned in Stuart.
Richard and Lena McLemore
of Dover announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Barbara
Ann, to Thomas Alan Bennett.
He is the son of James and Jua-
nita Madden of Mango.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Plant City High School and a
graduate of Lakeland Regional
Medical Center School of Radi-
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special, procedures x-ray tech-
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The prospective groom is a
graduate of Armwood High

works as a cosmetologist.
The groom is an insurance
Following a wedding trip to
Hawaii, the couple made their
home in Plant City.

School and is employed at
Warren Equipment in Plant
City. An Oct. 28 wedding is
planned at First Baptist
Church of Dover.
Robin and Laura Cooper of
Plant City and Catherine Cooper
of Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Amanda Lee Cooper, to Darryl
Brent Cox. He is the son of Larry
and Rosie Cox of Tampa and Jeff
and Tami Meyer of Plant City.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Stetson University Col-
lege of Law in St. Petersburg.
The prospective groom is a
graduate of the University of
South Florida in Tampa and is
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wedding is planned at Crosley
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He is the son of Chris Smith of Plant
City, and is a 2001 graduate of Winter
Haven High School.

Army Pvt. Frank R.

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He is the son of Lois Murrow of
Plant City and is a 2005 graduate of
Plant City High School.
Army National Guard Pvt. Amanda
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The private is a 2004 graduate of
Plant City High School.
Andrea L. Delph has joined the
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Delph, a 2006 graduate of Admiral
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of Lisa Burnett of Plant City and
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Residents Can Add Numbers To Reverse 911 System

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The Plant City Police Department is
inviting residents with unpublished
phone numbers to join the depart-
ment's reverse 911 system.
The system is used only in the event
of an emergency. Examples of when
the reverse 911 system would be used
include, but are not limited to, missing
child cases, hurricane evacuation
notices and in-progress crime alerts.
"It's helpful to us and to citizens

because it allows us to call by zones
and lets us get information out in the
event of an emergency," said Capt.
Darrell Wilson. A 13-year veteran of
the department, Wilson oversees its
support services division, which
includes the 911 system.
The system, which only calls land
lines, not cell phones, has been used in
the past to get out information on
missing children, Wilson said. "We
also used it several times last year to
get out information on hurricanes. It's
truly a great benefit to everyone who
lives in city limits."

The department's 911 system is kept
up-to-date through quarterly database
upgrades that provide the police
department with all new and modified
published telephone numbers within
the city's limits.
The system is tied to eight dedicated
telephone lines that are used for out-
bound dialing when it becomes neces-
sary to broadcast an emergency,
message. These lines give the system a
call rate of about 450 calls per hour
based upon a one-minute message.
The system automatically tracks
results of all attempted outbound calls

and generates reports that tell whether
the call was answered or unanswered.
Residents who want to add their
non-published telephone numbers to
Plant City's reverse 911 system can
visit the police department Web site at, where they will find an
online registration form.
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contact the police department by
phone, 757-9200, or visit in person at 1
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Winter Visitor Center was
then made available to the
exercise class and they have
been there ever since. Debo-
rah Haldane, the city recrea-
tion program manager at the
Planteen, admires Stewart's
"Clarice has been involved
with the exercise program as
an unpaid volunteer longer
than many of our career
employees," Haldane said.
"Clarice has made the pro-
gram work. They stay fit and
active, and have developed
many friendships along the
way. It is a family atmosphere
with them. They are very
social and helpful to each
other. Clarice is 85 years
young and is a joy to talk with
and to be around."
Stewart's youngest
daughter, Cindy Krosky of
Fort Pierce, calls her mother a
wonderful, energetic lover of
life. Krosky and her 22-year-
old daughter traveled to Plant
City to be with Stewart during
the surprise birthday party.
Both have gained genetically
from their matriarch's exam-
ple, they said.
Krosky graduated Plant City
High School in 1977, gained

an associate degree at Hills-
borough Community College
in Plant City, and graduated
from the University of South
Florida in 1980. Krosky is the
president of a motivational
keynote and training com-
pany she founded, Achieving
Corporate Excellence, with a
Web site -at www.acespea-
Krosky's daughter, Brook-
lynn Hurst, was born and
raised in. Fort Pierce, where
she attended Westwood High
School. She achieved a two-
year degree from the local
community college before she
finished the 12th grade, and
has received her master's
applied physiology and kine-
siology with- a concentration
in human performance from
the University of Florida's
Exercise and Sport Science
Center. Hurst has developed a
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where she is president and
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my grandmother.' But if I can
look and feel like her when I
am 85, I won't mind that at

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Cordell and his son Todd are supervising the
construction, which started about a month ago
and should last for four or five more months.
The property was purchased by Custom Touch
for about $400,000 in June 2005. The basic
plans were approved by the city at the end
The office center will have an entrance on
West Prosser Drive just west of South Evers
Street. The buildings, which will look like
single-story town homes, will face a common
courtyard and parking lot. Seven of the build-
ings will be about 2,400 square feet. The other
three will cover about 3,500 square feet.
Custom Touch agreed to a request by the city
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The District 4 champion Plant City 9/10 softball all-stars beat squads from New Tampa and Bloomingdale at the Section IV event to earn
its third consecutive state-tournament berth. Coached by Clay Wyckoff, Holly Arnold and manager Jeff Freeman, the Plant City all-stars
are Cheyanne Allen, Alex Arnold, Jordan Bowers, Avery Brown, Rachel Dwyer, Brooke Freeman, Amber Harwell, Nan Lsawson, Courtney
Maxwell, Cacey Simmons, Stephanie Tayleor and Kristen Wyckoff.

Plant City 10/11 All-Star Squad Also Wins Sectional Tournament At East Bay

With the tiebreaking rules governing
the Little League Section IV all-star
softball tournament, Plant City could
have advanced to the state tournament
even if it lost to Bloomingdale. The
loss, however, would have had to be by
exactly one run.
That bit of information began to take
on significance as Sunday's game pro-
gressed. Inning after inning passed
with neither team able to score.
"I realized it was going to be a one-
run game," said Plant City coach Jeff
In the end the very end Plant City
did not have to worry about tiebreak-
ers. Pinch runner Cacey Simmons
came home on a ground ball in the
bottom of the sixth inning and Plant
City clinched the 9/10 title with a
thrilling 1-0 victory.
Plant City advanced to the state
tournament, which starts this Friday at
Fort Braden Little League in Tallahas-
see. It will be the third straight trip to
state for Plant City in the 9/10 age
bracket. Plant City won a state title in
2004 and finished as runner-up last
Also winning their. Section IV tour-
nament, held July 14-16 at East Bay
Little League in Gibsonton, were the
Plant City 10/11 all-stars. They will
head to Coconut Creek for their state
tourney. Meanwhile, the Plant City
Major (11/12) softball all-stars took a
tough loss in their final, as Blooming-
dale won a tight 4-0 contest on
Heading into its game against Bloo-
mingdale, the Plant City 9/10 team
looked to be in line for a leisurely
Sunday. It had won its three games in
the district tournament without giving
up a run, then started off the section
tourney Friday with a 15-2 victory
against District 25 champ New Tampa.
Then on Saturday, Bloomingdale
would go on to lose to the same New
Tampa club, 4-3.

But from the start Plant City had
trouble getting hits against Blooming-
dale pitcher Courtney Zanoni, a small-
but-tough hurler who sported a full
face mask on the mound. Fortunately,
Rachel Dwyer, who had not yet pitched
in all-star action due to an ankle injury
that kept her out of the district tourna-
ment, was on the hill for Plant City.
"She was pumped up and ready to
go. She was excellent," Freeman said of
Dwyer, who only allowed one hit and
struck out eight. She got some help
from her defense early on to squash
Bloomingdale's best scoring threat.
With two runners on and one out in the
top of the second, Bloomingdale hit a
line drive to shortstop that Plant City's
Brooke Freeman caught. She threw to
second, where center fielder Stephanie
Taylor alertly moved to back up the
play and make the forceout.
Plant City had its best chance to
break through in the bottom of the fifth
when Courtiney Maxwell singled and
was replaced by Simmons as the
pinch-runner, then Kristen Wyckoff
walked. With two outs, Cheyanne Allen
hit a hard liner right at the Blooming-
dale second baseman for the final out.
The drama carried over into the final
inning. This time, Nan Lawson singled
with one out, again with Simmons
taking her spot on the basepaths.
Dwyer followed with a hard single.
Then both runners moved up on a
double steal, putting the winning run
on third with one out.
Brooke Freeman hit a grounder to
second base. and Simmons broke for
home. The throw came home, forcing
Simmons back to third. She beat the
throw, then turned to notice no one
was covering home plate and off she
went to score the winning run. Had she
played it safe, Plant City still would
have bases loaded with one out, but
Simmons said she had no interest in
that scenario.
"I was thinking score, so we can
See SOFTBALL, Page 24

Above, Morgan Gmytruk has no
reservations about dousing her
manager and father Ken Gmytruk
with an ice-water bucket after the
Plant City 10/11 all-star team won the
Section IV tournament at East Bay
Little League in Gibsonton Saturday.
The team advanced to this weekend's
state softball tournament in Coconut
Creek. Left, Plant City Major all-star
pitcher Regan Knotts rears back in
the circle during the team's sectional
playoff game against Bloomingdale
Sunday. Knotts was sharp, but Plant
City bats couldn't manage much off
Bloomingdale starter Jackee West,
and the team fell 4-0. In their first
game of the tournament, Plant City's
Major all-stars defeated District 25
champion Land 0' Lakes, 7-6. Plant
City was the District 4 winner.
Bloomingdale advanced to the state
tournament this weekend at Crystal

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"My guys don't get intimidated, no

sir. We've got an awesome team.
Plant City American Major manager

Giardina Throws PLAY FRIDAY AT 7P.M.
Giardina Throws By DAREK SHARP
Most of the teams they
competed against were bigger,
T xas 4 (Curvel stronger and had a lineup
dotted with home-run hitters.
The big decision, OK, all of them were bigger
University of Texas or the and stronger, but the Plant
Red Sox, will no longer have City American Major all-stars
to be made by former went undeterred through the
Durant star Carmine District 4 Little League tourna-
Giardina. ment and capped things off
That's not to say he with an 8-1 victory over Lake
doesn't have just a little bit .i **. Wales in the championship
on his mind, and this '. game Sunday.
weekend, especially. C. "We were the smallest. We
Giardina has decided not had no superstars, but we had
to attend Texas, asking for a DAREK 13 players that have just really,
release from his baseballDAREK really gelled together from the
scholarship there so that he SHARP start," said Plant City coach
can play instead for Terry Wells.
University of Central His club earned the right to
Florida. But the UCF folks Giardina pitches lights out compete in this weekend's
might not get his services on Friday, when he is Section IV tournament at East
might not get his services scheduled to start, the Bay in Gibsonton, where the
either, depending on how chances of Boston offering a opponents will be Lutz and
things go this weekend, better deal will go up. Bloomingdale. LUZ an
That's when Giardina's Giardina's mother, Laurel The winneradvances to the
travel-ball team, Chet Giardina, said the family state tournament, two steps
Lemon's Juice, competes in planned to negotiate with away from the Little League
an event held in Fort Myers. the Red Sox after the game World Series in Williamsport,
That would be Fort Myers, for one or two days, then Pa.
the spring training home of make a decision on going to Plant City American's vic-
the Boston Red Sox and its school or turning pro. tory Sunday completed what
minor-league headquarters As for UCF, it was turned out to be, in effect, a
in Florida. Giardina's second collegiate best two-of-three against Lake
Boston selected Giardina choice. It became his new Wales. PC American beat Lake
in the 28th round of June's destination (perhaps) when Wales 10-4 on Thursday, but
MLB draft, well-below where pitching coach Tom Lake Wales bounced back for
Giardina had been expected Holliday left Texas for a job an 8-7 win Saturday to force
to go. He wants a bigger at N.C. State; Holliday was a the finale. Andrew Lovelace
contract or he will go the big reason Giardina signed shut Lake Wales down in the
college route. Of course, if at Texas. finals.
Finishing in third place (out
SPODT H Tof 11 teams) was Plant City
National, which went 4-2 with
the only losses coming at. the
Stands of Lake Wales. The Dis-
Durant sports information swimming and diving, and trict 4 tourney was held at
meeting cross country. Lakeland's Peterson Park.
Durant High School, 4748 Call: 757-9075. Lovelace was the only
Cougar Path, will host a fall pitcher to beat Lake Wales,
sports information meeting in To submit sports and he did it twice. Plant City
the school auditorium July 27 information to The Courier, American. defeated Lakeland
at 6 p.m. e-mail announcements to City Orange 7-4 on Tuesday to
Fall sports include football, or advance to the semifinals on
cheerleading, volleyball, golf, fax to 689-9545. Thursday against Lake Wales,

which had just defeated PC
National and had won its first
two games by a combined
score of 23-5. But Lovelace
threw 105 pitches in leading
the way to a 10-4 win.
"I was going to pull him
after the fifth inning, but he
said he wanted to close it out,"
explained Wells. The victory
put PC American into the
finals, and Lake Wales ended
up coming back to face them
by eliminating PC National,
American got off to a great
start Saturday, going up 4-0
and then later leading 7-3, but
Lake Wales charged back and
won the game on Luke Bor-
ders' homer in the final inning
to force Sunday's winner-
take-all contest.
Lake Wales took a 1-0 lead
Sunday, which, on the heels of
the tough defeat, could have
sent Plant City's spirits down-
"No one hung their heads,"
Wells said. "Lake Wales is a
home-run hitting bunch, but
my guys don't get intimidated,
no sir. I've just got an awe-
some team."
Plant City American only
had three home runs in its six
games at districts one each
by Lovelace, Maverick Varna-
dore and Ricky Ferro. Also on
the district champion squad
are Shawn Blair, Travis Cicca-
rello, Michael Moore, Damon
Nelson, Bruce Nesbitt, Jason
Prevatt, Andy Riddle, Nick
Rodriguez and Mikie Wells.
This Friday, Plant City will
open up Section IV play
against Lutz, which went
through the loser's bracket to
take the District 25 title. Lutz

Continued From Page 23
win," Simmons said. "I knew
it. It felt great."
If Bloomingdale had won,
the three Section IV teams
would have all had a 1-1
record. The first tiebreaker
would have been fewest runs
allowed, and Plant City would
have had that secured as long
as Bloomingdale had won by a
single run.
In Friday's game against
New Tampa, the score was 2-2
until Plant City scored seven
times in the fourth inning.
Wyckoff had a double and a
triple and scored three runs.
Taylor and Jordan Bowers
both had two singles and
scored twice.
The 10/11 team's journey to
the state tournament has been
a pretty easy one. There was
no other team in their age
group entered at the district
level, and only Bloomingdale
opposed Plant City at the Sec-
tion IV event. Plant City was
far superior, winning the two
meetings 14-4 and 21-6.
At state, Plant City will get a
break in the scheduling, as
there are five teams in the field
and Plant City is the only one
who receives a first-round
bye. That means Plant City
would be state champions if it

goes 3-0, where everyone else
will have to put together at
least four victories. Plant City
will play Saturday morning
against the winner of the Sec-
tion 3 vs. Section 7 contest.
At Fort Braden, the 9/10
team is one of eight sectional
champs in the state field, sep-
arated into two pools of four
teams each. Plant City will
play Friday at 6 against the
Section 2 champ, then has
games Saturday and Sunday
afternoons. After pool play,
the top two teams from each
group advance to Monday's
semifinals. The championship
game is Tuesday night.
Plant City's Major girls had
a pair of close games at East
Bay, winning the first but fall-
ing on Sunday. Against Land
0' Lakes, Plant City scored
four runs in the third to take a
5-1 lead, but Land 0' Lakes
would come back, eventually
tying the game with two runs
in the top of the sixth. Ceci
Fussell would drive in the win-
ning run with a single in the
bottom of the frame.
Bloomingdale went on to
beat Land 0' Lakes on Satur-
day, meaning Sunday's Plant
City-Bloomingdale winner
would advance to the state
tournament. Though many of
.the Plant City hitters had pre-
viously faced Bloomingdale
pitcher Jackee West in travel

ROBERT CONE/Staff photo
Plant City 10/11 all-stars hold up the banner they won at the Section IV tournament Saturday at
East Bay Little League in Gibsonton. Coached by Larry Farkas, Bob Kirk and manager Ken Gmytruk,
the all-stars are Hannah Boles, Devon Coble, Leann Farkas, Lindsey Farkas, Abby Galloway, Morgan
Gmytruk, Shayna Harmon, Ariel Hickman, Jenna Kirk, Jordan LaFave, Kasie Mills and Kaley Reilly.

ball, the lefty kept Plant City
off balance this time around.
Plant City loaded the bases
in the first inning, but could
not score. Bloomingdale had
runners on second and -third
.with one out in the third, but
pitcher Regan Knotts was able

to get two strikeouts. Bloo-
mingdale, however, was able
to take a 1-0 lead in the top of
the fourth. Phoebe Elllington
and Knotts reached base in
the bottom of the inning, but
Bloomingdale second base-
man Olivia Cuellar turned a

key double play on a line
In the sixth, Bloomingdale
padded the lead with three
runs. The first run came on a
close play at the plate where
the throw beat the runner but
the umpire ruled her safe.

PC American Advances To Sectionals

dropped Dade City twice to
win the title.
If Plant City wins Friday, it
advances to play Sunday
against District 13 winner
Bloomingdale National,
knowing a victory there sends
Plant City to the state tourna-
ment. A loss Friday would
mean Plant City plays Bloo-
mingdale Saturday instead,
needing to win and hope for
Bloomingdale to knock off
Lutz to have any chance.
At districts, there was hope
the two Plant City squads
would go up against one
another, but Lake Wales pre-
vented that by beating PC
National 12-4 last Tuesday.
Still, National recovered with a
pair of lopsided victories, 9-1
against North Lakeland
National and 12-2 over Lake-
land City Orange.
Caleb Ray hit the first pitch
of Wednesday's game against
North Lakeland out for a home
run, one of 12 that PC National
sent over the fences during the
week. Ray and Bowers went
back to back for a 3-1 lead in
the fourth inning and then
Evan Bowles took over, hitting
a pair of homers that drove in
five runs.
Ray, Bowles and Kent Hum-
phrey all went 3-for-4 and
Kenneth Floyd was the win-
ning pitcher. Bowles pitched a
three-hitter, and T.J. Peterson
and Austin Gilley both went
deep in the win against Lake-
land City Orange.
On Friday, Plant City
National jumped ahead of
Lake Wales 3-2 when Floyd hit
a three-run homer in the
fourth inning. But in the fifth,
all with two outs, Lake Wales
scored eight runs.


Continued From Page 11
sisters, Jennifer Carter and
Katie Wade, both of Brandon,
Nichole Wade of Washington
and Stefanie Gaboriault of
Plant City; an aunt, Cindy
Walker of Michigan; and her
paternal grandmother, Polly
Wade, also of Michigan.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Roy G. Carlisle, 53, of Plant
City died July 7.
He was born in Tampa and
was a dump truck driver.
He attended Countryside
Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Debbie; three sons, Kristo-
pher, Shawn and Shane; three

Continued From Page 9
45 p.m.
The school also offers an
evening computer lab for sen-
iors Wednesdays and Fridays
from 5 to 6:30.
Call: 737-1352 or 757-6760.

Kids Cafe
The Kids Cafe is offered
Monday through Thursdays
from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Center,
1601 E. Martin Luther King Jr.
The Kids Cafe serves nutri-
tious, hot meals to school-age
Call: 759-9343 or 757-9195.

Weekly square dances
Weekly plus-level square

daughters, Amy Stoner,
Tammy Washom and April
Garrison; his mother, Irene
Lee; a brother, Michael; two
sisters, Terri Cowart and
Tammy Rogers; and nine
Wells Memorial Funeral

Bessie Popek Watts, 90, of
Richmond, Va., formerly of
Plant City, died June 23.
She was the daughter of
Lewis and Tiny Popek and the
widow of Boyd Edmund Watts.
She is survived by her son,
John W. Haynes III; her
daughter, Susan Haynes
Wilson; three grandchildren,
John Bass, Katherine A. Wilson
and Michael H.,Wilson.

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

GED classes
The Hillsborough County
School District offers free
adult high school credit and
general educational develop-
ment diploma classes.
Classes are offered at more
than 100 locations and during
flexible day and evening
hours with customized
instruction to meet individual
student needs.
Information: 276-5654 or

Continued From Page 12
went over to Southwestern
(Fort Worth, Texas) in the fall
of 1981.

Q: How did you meet your
A: I met the young lady
here. They said I couldn't date
any of the girls at the church
but I fell in love the day I met
Pam Connell. We were
engaged by April. We married
January 1982 and I took her
back to Texas.

Q: But you don't like
A: I've always had enough
light to take the next step, but
the light never moves up until
I do. I go at school real hard
and get it over with. I am here
because of the grace of God.
He's taken me by my feeble
little hand and walked me
through life. I can never repay

Q: When did you return to
Plant City?
A: I worked in Piano, Texas.
Then Pastor Lonnie Schull
flew out to see me. He gave
me some spiritual council,
and in 19841 I came back to
First Baptist the third time.
I've been here long enough to
have children grow up, do
weddings, celebrate the birth
of their children and eventu-
ally baptize some of their

Q: Is ministry a good fit?
A: I'm comfortable with
people, and God can take you
from wherever you are to

wherever you can go. I'm
living proof of that. My life
has more value than anything
I could have ever hoped or
dreamed for. You know
something? I have got the best
job in the world.

Q: What do you love about
Plant City?
A: The agrarian roots and
mindset of this community
has found its way into my
heart because of what it

Q: Your wife is a native?
A: Her great-grandfather
came here as a boy. Pam's a
true Plant City girl. She's exec-
utive vice president at
Hillsborough Bank here in
town. I'm real proud of her -
she's a heck of a Christian
lady. She's also an associate
director at the Strawberry
. Festival..

Q: You have children?
A: Trey III is 21 and Brooke
is 17. They've both been
involved in FFA (Future Farm-
ers of America) we have a
steer and a heifer running
around our yard and we've
had pigs. We've bought into it
and I'm having the time of my
life. I love to dig a couple of
post-holes and put up a gate.
Both my kids love the Lord so
much. They're not "Odd for
God," they're just real Chris-
tian people.

Q: What do you do for fun?
A: I love to fish, to build
fences with my son or mess
with cows. I enjoy being in the
woods and I do a tiny bit of
wood-working. Entertainment
is whatever we happen to be

JULY 20; 2006 THE COURIER* 25.

doing as a family. I'd rather go
eat than go to the movies,
especially with friends.

Q: What do you drive?
A: I've always driven a
pickup. I have a brown Ford
F-150 4X4. My wife and
daughter took away my '96
Chevy and came back with a
'06 Ford. I don't know how
the rest of you live. Where do
you put your hay?

Q: What are you reading?
A: "The Last Christian
Generation" by Josh McDow-
ell and "What Every Christian
Ought to Know" by Adrian
Rogers. Then a really odd
book, "Freakanomics," by
economist Steven Levitt. Not
a book to live your life by-
that would be the Bible.

Q: How about music?
A: In my truck I have 89.7
for classical music, 94.1 for
light jazz, then you get into
the country stations. I have all
the Christian stations plugged
in. I passionately love South-
ern Gospel. My favorite hymn
is "What a Friend We Have in

Q: What scripture would
you share with readers?
A: Proverbs 3:5-6. "Trust in
the Lord with all your heart
and lean not on your own
understanding; in all your
ways acknowledge him, and
he will direct your paths."
Derek Maul

Do you have someone you
would like to see us profile in
this column? Call Derek Maul
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N alitoll free 866-438- range of sizes/models. TJa&Edpplam-IW es v
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gold, cert appr teams. New & used low Spinet Piano. Haspecan CC Sheds&Carports)) D vBra -112 E.sBra d T i,-.Ta1E0843don5
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I Lawn& Garden DISNEYCLOSEOT pianouniversalo.S Styles1 Cool Lithia -13411 FishHawk Tampa 11211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Tampa 8002 N 56th St
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GreatForGardens y110. Free Shut- brand, 9FT. Completely Oyear warranty availa-
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AKC$800. Healthcertifi- Association has a posi- work and travel entire IRI screen room and Glass lord'slien. Week ProcessingCo3,500-$5,000
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ADORABLE SERV S cusme 5050. 813-764-9736 FINISH Concrete, NOTICE OF SALE day! Register Online
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housekeeper or adult Send resume to or ob- DRIVERS WITH MINI- nance person. Full Time INSTALLERS NEEDED for MENT which the undersigned
care to Executive lady tain application from MUM 1 YEAR OTR EXPE- Position. Good Benefits HOME Improvemnt Com CITY OF PLANT CITY, i r's entitled to safthe ORS NEEDED! Earn
A Selection of More or couple. Mature, capa- 101 N. Collins St Plant RIENCE! (912)571-9668 Packae. Fax Re to ny Must have screen FLORIDA owner's lien of the ORS NEEDED! Earn
Than 50 Puppies ble, pleasant & honest. City, Fl. 33563-3311. OR (866)413-3074. 813-707-8316 or Call glass room exp. Sub IN Roods hereinafter $3,5Workin-$5rom Homeeky
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Al Puppies Come With: ATTEND COLLEGE DEDICATED REGIONAL sume to 813-707-8316 or tomer service. Earn up Needed ASAP! Call 813- given that the Board of en, to the owner of said com
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Identifica- *Criminal Justice. Job NOTOUCH FREIGHT From Anywhere. Flexi- SPRINKLERFITTERS no on Tuesday, July 25, time specified in such S$HOME WORKERS

Birs & All Your National OTRall (865-121 Terminal unity. Serious Inquiries steady worfield, heathPref extension to the time- Hot public auction at the Return Processed Guar-Goods

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State Farmers Markeouradtothe Home during the week! peace! ob"66)GO-AFICE P private rooms availa- Business, *Paral Fsion RIDA Manager Earn 3,the Board500-$5,000
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1-General Office de ive ry magazines to Earn Extra ncometas- lion $ industry Train- spect to any matter Household Goods
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DATA ENTRYGREEN Peanuts Work From 386-684-9726 Home. Workssibilities needs with Your business Yoifiedur ACADEMY Start your such meeting, he will JENNIFER GUEARA-eeded!
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Serious Iuiries On Experience Class A wh Car) eistratin Fee! record of the proceed- KENNETH POWELL omverns.iE
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P-rd o nstn School Director &Teach.- los or teams. 3 months 1-800 Salon / Spa Justice. Jo iacement Do youearn $800/day?
tractor. 727-243-9223 but not requires. Will HAZ required. Fu assistance. NO444 7/20/2006 Main ree

Ti .5fits package. 2003- INTERNATIONAL Cultural provi ed. Financial Aid cellent programs! All
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p/u 7 day/wk. Jr & to cash. One call to our Florida regional drivers! leer l ostfmi.ies also Booth rental available ATTEND College Online MENT peFFructio
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30 + THE COURIER JULY 20, 2006
(General Real Estate) ([ Northwest ) ( Waterfront ]) ([ Florida Real Estate )) (( Out of State ) (( Out of State ) (( Out of State )) (( Out of State )J (( Out of State ))
REAL ESTATE OPEN HOUSE SAT-SUN LAND O'LAKES-Lake otin PGA Reserve 7832 Mountains- escape the Private, gated, Cabins Near Boone and LAKE LOTS AND with frontage on very
SCHOOL 12- 5pmA+ Move in Talia. new lakefront Saddlebrook Drive. Lot heat, hurricanes and lakefront community Blowing Rock. Minutes HOMES. Great large pristine creek
Nowforming day condion 3br 2ba 5br 4ba 3cg with 2nd #9 in Sabal Creek high prices. Homes, cab- Waterfront parcels from Parkway Views, lakefront living! Start- very private, excellentn
and evening asses. w/study off of master. store bonus,manyup- Phase 1. $375,000/ ins, lots acreage, invest- from the $70's. Lake ac- water, wooded, easy ac- ing at $49,900. 20,000 fishing, canoeing, od
Scholarship/Tuition 1700sf+400sfFLRm raes, must sell. nego. Highly motivat- ments. Prudential Great cess parcels from the cess. acre all sports lake. access, near New River
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II with Property master bah13S1'0/mo. Campers / Travel o$2,300813-641-7634 64k miles, automatic, WEST COAST CHOPPER $4,700obo.13-270-2351
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Call (813) 67-7072. Talers 17' 1994 PRO SPORTS BOAT AILER tandem s. e 2000 Collector, built BMW 2003 540, black,-2351
Lakeland Stop Rentinos Open Fisherman, 90HP axle, vekood cond.'Jesse James in Long ki JAGUAR 1998 XJ8, 4-dr
Ownour own beautiu PLANT City Condo 2br 1.5 JAYCO Slide uzki outboard motor, 687-1804 satellite radio fu sedan, 55k m, teal blue
3br, 2ba on approx 3/4 ba next to commune 2 live baiwells av For details 813-645-6490 loaded $25000 w/ beige either, chrome
ac. Low down Easy pool available 8' 1.$85 lncamper, 1995, AC,to- 2 Tt trwe g v. Terry 813-645-7417 FORD 2000 E-150 Cargo For details: 813645-6490 loaed134010002500 wheelsbtiful hrcond,
uali WAC m s las t ,shower,microexc MaicTil5t(ralin6-an KMl.Ingr. YAMAHA 1999 Venture, $10,900 813-26
80-8.-0233.C secuiry. 813-757-6843 d.~550 ~ it 4ton s40 054,2S86 6 C6 98 ( Sailboats condition DHL Yell audessd tou k CADILLAC 2003 Escalade $10,900 813-26-3199
537-488n 1 Cold AC, Asking $6,500 lots of access. Call after AWD, new 22" chrome JAGUAR 1998 XJ8, 4-dr
SPRING Hill, Pack the TAMPA926 Lake Chase 53748 813-714-1586 17' 1995 Proline center SAILBOAT 30, O'DAY obo 813-477-2554 5PM on wkends. $8400 whs & tiresfac wrty, sedan 55k mi, teal blue
kids & bringthehorse Island WayTampa, 24'2004 Minnie. 17K m console 120 p, exc 1978,12HP F 003 ind 813-633-7833 urg/ tan,39Kmi, w/ beige Ither, come
1.75 ac MOL 2br, 2ba 600 sq. ft., new carpetBack-up camera elec .0 0sleeps6 MustS.Mid-Wa0portableof-$ 9$31,099. 813-245-4660 wheels, btiful orig cond
total remodeled ated comm pool 6d ste, rear qn bed, 3-brnr 813-727-0957 Foaded AC, [ Golf Carts ) CADILLAC 2005 CTS 2.8, $10,900 813-263-3199
dblw.. 800-870-0233 .a201)956-0431 IOe v7. en T. W T iAT.Call W rmoreifo: :pearl white, one owner Jaguar.2000 XK8, 2 door
S800-870-0233 VALRI $46,500. 727-323-2898 17' 2005 KEY WEST, less $4500. obo 813-309-0043 BAY Area Carts arl power. 26k. ne coupe Jag hardtop, black
-VALRIC new rd 27' AIRSTREAM 1971 than Shrs on motor, exc W Sales, Service, $2,800 w/beige int, 63K mi, very
.....ched'. sadR pe de/1971 mn ( Boats Wanted ) sanG5E fuu Pick up and Delivery. 863-944-06525K cgeK smr
car d at ac Travel Trailer, shape comes w/bimm, Nsan condo. Sleek & sexy.
1834sf, scrnd .well traveled.'rfishineer. S/S prop ,2MinivanKGXE, fully upa7 Deivey. 63-44-852g Sleek&6sexy.
schools $1 4/monthw 1 -9 8- 2430. loaded leather 83-37-00 $$$CASH$$3Kneg(813)264-478
I includes water & lawn $3000 $14,900, WANTED Boat Donations 94K miles, ~4700 oo. 863-307-0700 F$$$ CASH $$$
Tax Deductible all1 For2Cars,Trucks& LEXUS 2001 S300, auto,
care. 813-494-3722 8 858-313217' CC Aquasport90hp Clearwater Marine (3) 4-2528 Cart Batteries & Charg- Vans Any Price/Any tiptronics, MINT COND.
S 27' Keystone 2005 Sprint- O/B.Evinrude, all elec- Auariu ta 2002 S ers New & Recondi- Time CALL ME FIRST! extended wrnty for 3
HousesUnfurnished) er, with slide, anti sway tronics, exc cond, float 727-441-1790 X235 Sy honvsameeui tioned. ALSO all cart 727-505-3882 yrs, $17,900 813-240-
towing Extras N/S like on trlr, bimini. ready to y m n 'G E a, eCup- repairs. Sparks & Carts. 4005 or 813-684-7310
COMMERCIAL APOLLO Beach. New new$5,999727-861- fish $4950 813-973-8836 m, k, ap 813-267-7830 Chevorlet2000 Corvette
3br/2ba/2cg Open floor 0745 $ 1 ai.ns -4irs, 95 cony. HUD. automatic, LEXUS 2001 LX470, 4x4,
REAL ESTATE-RENT plan w/family rm,dining 17' Glastron 2001 Bow $15,900. (81) 453-4915. pewter w/tan top. 44k Loaded, Premium Sound,
recovered lanai. Avail 29 Bhs 2004 Travel Trail- rider Volvo Penta Mer- e s (( ATVs J. mi. CD. great shape, DVD, white/tan, 79K M
8/1. $1190/mo + utility. er pull behind by Forest cury power, CD player, (Sports Utility Vehicles)) $2,900.813-245-1612 ke New, Must Sel,
Executive Suites ) Call Tom 813-454-6553 River, w/slideout, reg depth machine, 57 origi- DUNE BUGGY 2006 Off- $26,900, 813-855-6505
fridge &, front qn bed. na hours, Like new road, cylinder GEO en- CHEVROLET 2001 Cor-
PLANT City, For Lease CORK area 3br, CB, w/ $9500 863-816-9137 Trailer & cover. $12,500. gine, goes 80+mph, rac- vette Convertible V8, MERCEDES 1996 E300D
1300sfLANT prfessionalof- CHA on Irg treed 6-. 813-986-2129 .. ng seats with harness 5.7 liter 350HP 27K mi, 6cyl Diesel, gold/tan
fice space in brand new country lot spotless 40' Franklin TT 2006, self- robars &extras, grea Asking $31,0. Exc. CarFax
building. Excellent cond. $1195mo + sec. contain, sips 8, 2 elect 19' 2001 SeaRay Sun- TP ilI'-,PCiPTATIin -- for all off-road uses, cond 13-951-5214 Web cert, warr, dealersvcd.
locationnearSFBH 813-752-4235 slides, 2 airs loaded, Deck 220hp w/85hrs .- $9600/obo 352-754-1814 ID# 1781046 $12,450.727-459-6508
813-754-1062 mustsell$27,900consid- SS, CD, thdm trir looks) CADILLAC 2u.0 Escalade, Y Brun, 350 si
GIBSONTON $1200/mo ertrade 813-650-9345 runs great. $18 00obo ADILLAC ea0he alad, YAMAHA 2006 Bruin 350
(Office Space Lease)) + loft, /2/2 m 4/2/22 DADE City 31' w/slide 813-95-9490 as! Auto Engines / uy loaded, 22" us- n4x2 a tim ues, Warn
PLANT CIMany grades near out, 2006 Mountaineer 19', 2004 Bayliner, good Parts / Misc. 000 3-92 wencexc$3800 obo CHEVY 1995 Corvette MERCEDES 1999 E320
PLANT CITY Industrial Publi .owes & Tpa by Montana. Like new. cond. runs good. I aY $c27h8-4829 Convertible 19,400 mi New paint, tan Ithr t
Park Office ace for 813-298-0492 Paid $36,500, sacrifice w/traier, 4900 obo BAY Ara Motor Works CHEVY 2001 Blazer 4 r le 19,400 m Nw paint, tan Ithrnt,
aOe o $29900oo. 813-45-3877 BAY Area Motor Works CHEVY 2001 Blazer 4 dr original, mint, polo green all pwr, snroof, cold
incluinConerence 352-567-3510 Engine rebuild & install, white, 67k m hitch all Automobiles Wanted) w/an interior/top, hih A/C. New tires. 13K mi
Room reUCal 3525673510 Up to3yr warrarny power, AM/FM, CD ac- W performance manual '$10,500 561-352-6001
Room & rek Room. ( am ds 19 Nitro Flats Bay Boat, o/oat/RV tor inted windows CASH ON THE SPOT trans. All the goodies for
Starting at $160. mo. 4br,3.Sba, 3c 2400s fIC Campgrounds )) ts uayoat, 813-926-9994 $10000 813-972-0572 Cars, Trucks Vana
Contact Pierce Lackey fenced yard, wood ou JJ 2004, 90 horse Mercury, ars, Trucks, Vans someone who apprec- MERCEDES 2000 E430,
813-865-1191. THE floors, $1550 + ep. BUFFALO HILLS CAMP- has trailer, bimini top, DODGE Wi er, Racin CHEVY 2001 Tahoe Runing Or ot aes perfection! $24,900. 57k, bk, sport, factor
GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO 813-514-680 GROUND YEAR-ROUND. usomcover, trolling sho clothes heads 51k, fully loaded one24/7 813-476-55 warr, exc cond, 8
S- ENEW TAMPA Hi .ui .enn mtr, 1 thrsans, dierential owner, excellent con- 813-416-1082 $22,0 0 727- 1-7925
NEW TAMPA ,Hunters Ownershipa 14k.813-205-8346. headers,-NOS. lots more edition. $13,900. lckoBUy
comm br2ba2cg, walk sites, clubhouse,iking 20'8, 2000 Ba liner Sacrifice 941-807-5023 ce813-363-6993 CASH PAID For Cars 2dr'MERCEDES 2002 CLK430
tnt aedWDSiChla o d re! .ommo- w/tIrF IB 230ercury ENGINES & Transmi s- Ford 1998Expedition 86k, Running orNot! We'll CHEVY 2006HHR LT, 2Mit,CIn &4Out Loadedk
mo+sec.813-951-09esb & orgowner, exc. cond. 90 days uo to 3 yrs gry on grey, a power ying a little itm very low miles, $18,500 813-231-0200
PLANT CITY Block home fishg 1-66-685-08 warr.M-F 9-5. Mem BBB perect cond, rear A Ca Rob at 813-610-1535 813-205-4616
on 1/4 acre 3005 Sam 22FT Angler, 200 Horse 813-875-1500 $8000 813-601-9488 GET a Free Vacation by 352-668-3041 MERCEDES BENZ 2002
OMMER. Hicks Rd. off Hwy 60, [(Motor Homes / RVs)) Suzuki, center console TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt FORD 1998 Explorer donating your vehicle, CHRYSLER 1998 Sebring e all power, A/C, 49K
UOMMEh;CIAL 3br Iba no smoking, walk around, electronics from A-Z. Guaranteed Sport Green V6, Cold boat, property, mer- Lmtd Cony., 139K mi. e, miall power, A/C, 49K
REAL ESTATE -SALE et 8 omo&50 ep 23' Class C 2001 Carri-Go ackage/trailer $18500. quality work. Your place AC,Newtires + alloy chandise ancollecti- Lthr int., all pwr,chrome 24,0 8813-390-1929
813-747-1128 ext202 31K, super clean, 13-4 -1452/458-6338 or mine. Call Rob rims Runs Good $3,000 bles to D'VAR. Maxi- rims.good condition.
RI VERVIEW 1 r old, 4b fully loaded Take over 2003 813-610-1535 813-630-0180 mize IRS deductions $3995. obo 813-766-3943 MITSUBISHI 1997 3000GT
InvestmentPronert RIbRVIE2 d1,6 f payents,$375/month. 23.6' Sailfish 2003 CC I and hei teens in crisis. VR4, pearl white, leath-
Ives3bae r 215ur s' SumG-r 8 $13)760N7IAngel/ t wr-'Yta na 'custr ,oadr T FORD 2000Exursion 4x4, Call 1-8 0-338-6724 Chrysler 2002 Sebring r tem o
[Investment 200Yamaha, trr, load- ltd, loaded, looks great, L_1 Convertible, 41K minterior $13 75
Saler s ingeusaDr Su m ir+ (813)760-79th1Angel w/8Koboped & 3cust cv E Tires Nc looks greatint Ci bondtleior $13nr
prgs Dr. mo 3 995 Southwd Low ed. Low hrs. Exc cond. seats 8 dark gn w/tan ((Classics & Anti ues) i excellent cond., firm, 813-695-952 d
LOT FOR SALE. South sen d me a m' ile age, all thengood- $28K obo 813-230-6500 WHEELS & Tires NEW 18" Ithr, Yakoma roof rack. i i blue w/tan cloth interior.
Tampa, Beach Park blinds.41-es, looks and runs 24rus995 hed alum, fits Ford $12,800. 813-767-3537 BUICK 1987 Regal $9,900 obo.813-672-2278 MITSUBISHI 2004 Galant
DeLeon Str, $330,000 V R Beautiful good. Readyvto roll! Ask- 24' 1995 BAYLINER cabin F150 265/60 R18O BF B'XCKE1987RegalT-type, $RVETTE1981-2-C7c oTwsedan, exc condo,
new construct eve V Bet usen ing$26K81 -633-6852 cruiser, sleeps 4,full Goodrich Radial lA's.FRD 2002 EXPLORaER Tur Charged,3.8Ne RVET 82Clowm has eyery up-
where 65 X 135 sq. e. weencLumse o Ealley andhead, onl 80 Less than 300 miles. XLT, 3rd seat, 4WD, au- New tires, GoldACurNew tOR'EdTi 190K mll rde avail. Below Blue
(813) 629-5423 3br,2ba,1.5cg, 1400sf, 35' 1999 WINNEBAGO ours on 28uHP $1395 OBO 813-973-4840 to,T C pwr windows, Paint, Rare Muscle Car. very good siape, runs ookrae avail. Below BPr
screened porch. BRAVES with slide, Ford Mercruiser 5.7 I/O, pwrloc CD 114K mi $8,300 *813-727-1648 ood. $12,900. 813-404- vatk, 17,995bo. Pn13-333-1330
160-/mo20ncl water. V10 65K miles loaded $16;500. 813-645-8438 ( Trucks Light Duty 900 852-1522 12,900.813 vatearty133331330
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cond. $42K813-6V7-6202 25'2001 Maxim, cabin CHEVY 2005 Colora FORD 2006 ESCAPE, I1. DODGE 2004 Stratus E pd hatchback193 40hite

VALRICO Buckhorn Es- Alpha 1-4 exit 14 pa 270c00ver, 81k6e49- ew8 R 30K $17,900.813-433-3078 8139308 NISSAN 2000 Altima GXE,
S p p (CRecreationalRental) 26.5' 1999 Aquasport, h dri a extarr81 138 D GE 20 m 5spd sun
asm o + ec BtsVern C 1. B m l Deat d r15 n4 D Veryclean$4000.
REALESTATE re-. 3003 Sprawling POPUP CAMPERS for rent h CC, Ithr, DVD, /oadedCD, 1C3EVY9 S-roof, 208ius radio/CD, 813-9N 080
a p unfurnished J tompa 3formLrn t 6 a3 57o down or 3 581-70 r v c wA R k Rn s 20" custom whee s, ma-
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m i a rs9re13- 032.e o edunder sr work, oon, 47k, ext. f F25 Super 813-249-0230 a ellc. warr. PONTIAC 1993 Grnd Am,
RC a l l VALRICO d Coplr R BaI4 127 s ppup $or l2ikn0ne & new94 ,A2t 4dW w ub 17$90 WRl Wd0 bck 13,900.8.1 -5n -6.m hs
Aa t n aters 23ba2 83 /obo 813-54-2 Sha50 r truck. Must sell Jeep 1993 Grand Chero Paint.2 nS 0 etieas
[e r oo,'1875 sqPNE ft btrand 2 e0 ntalcaiceo8 c5n $10,000. (863)602-6894 kee4x4,all2 Power leath R 83- 1 NZ DONATE YOUR CAR-Nd52
Unfurnished paint2formal1972 aus e w/fd dwn AM/or (863)581M/CD al wh, ronze, 31K Blue w /navy in., strong m good gas, exc cond,
SPROFESOL LPreoper 7 erVsoS VStorage ) towiser, 225 Merc pt, pass airb tires. nice shal r, ane. $3200 FRD12lS Raner 197 I c mleu a92 ept
Aaon$129 rents Avail! Call us 13-766- o includes cover w32.loaded,l el under warranty, FORD 2001 F250 Super 813-249-230 very e.3 aswe cial H Disabled
S$525 Lg New FOWLER & 1800-779-6276 $400 obo.727-580-4210 mi. srv8,4dr Crew cab W, VW 1957 Euro Oval Sem new A/C, alarm, Tow-y TOYOTA 1986 Corolxs
Remo e Ats Gaed VALRICO, Diamond Hill RVs/Boats Autos under 10rs $9250 AC Auto WD Run JEEP 199 WRANGLER o m. 4500/obo. Or wheels, cruise 57,000runs great, 5-good cond.
comm Poolsnwater ome 4br/2ble h2cg2100mes A Secure $50mo Call 813-2-900 Go 95 3-00obo636-8 Saara, white, tan top, rae for eep. 694-030 int, DM Paperwork!pwr locks, pwr $ 8950 New obores
14350 N I 22nd St. Tama sq.ft. on course hd Happ Traveler RV Park 941-59Z-4721 new roof, new tires, Btl ax Deduction. CaIll brakes/ clutch/
wood firs a $1500 13-986-3094 B miles speed, A/C G M C 1961 pickup 866-GIVE-TO-KIDS warranty 813- 416-8098
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mo 813-220- cnawn" ( sck 3 .p. $12507.8
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ancs complete& ZEPHYRHILLS/CREST- TrucKs TlrsD $50/meo e ng & C1 al I t kevess, AM/FM, e r F 1990Mustang 5.0 2574/13-241-5439.
remod. 252 AmA ricasn VIEW HILLS CARRIAGE Riverview Bran on," ;l i ;,5 CD, bem saextender, 63K eo w/CD, cruise, aupow- w300p .50 3od
Ave. T2a 775 mo. 305- POINTE, All Brand New Valrico 810-220-153 er hr cruise, full can- exc $10995 813-681-608f er, key-less, -owner, MERCEDES BENZ 1978 convertible 65K mi, same
a. M omes 3br 2a 2cg, v, lmronA4 $8,750,13-26-9073 450SLC Immaculate 2- owr 14 yrs. Nds motor wk
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218-3/09, 305-5265-18645. $ o m/Brnon mai. 8 4 w) 61in bid- FORD 2002 F1 SXLT 7V85doorcoupe reae d D ton$2500po ro tr3Cadeforolder27 6S A
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925-766-6613 (( Spas & Hot Tubst B2 1 dt.. auto ext cab' JEE 200i 3 Liberty drive or collect arkoo
SLur ean AM/FM/CD alloy whls Sport, ronze, 31K mi. Blue w/navy int., strong d gas, exc cond,
PROFESSIONAL.Property 7,person sspa,'never Cruiser, dual helms,fI -AC, pass airbag, ABS, auto, allJ power, anit- V8,122k mi AC,$7800 FORD 1997 Crown fulequip garagekept
manaement We have st sell. $2999. bridge, twin 318 nee alarm lwtowpk e,$ l ob (813)258-995 Vic, blue, 112500mi, $585 1-188
U. en frrentals Avail! Call u s to Includes cover willdeliv worked veaoard, whtw/gol trm601 813- 66-59 e 3 AM/FM radio, ABSlo T A 16C
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be placed onC ous to. $ef 813)679471. 40 702 75800 mi. srvc ever3K ml VW 1957 Euro Oval Se- new A/C, alarm, aloy TOYOTA 8 Corolla,
be the 1st to be notified He, ry ood cond LEXUS 2003 RX-300 Pearl, ahore. Needs work wheels, cruise leath- runs great good cond.
Sable homes. Ask t Tub 8X8, 1OHP, 48 32 R1999 SeaRay $10,195. 83-636-8109 27K m, 1 owner, factory $600 Call 813-992-5555 er int., pwr locks, pwr $80 obo
EQUAL HOSING abOUt our futurenhome s..-s, etil10. Will 310 Sundancer twin 30' or813-731-9048 warranty, moon-roof,
trur n.I.. .o m acrifice for $4295. ags, Mnt ndon! i mmacu ate, $25K 813- l i813-857-2074
b eOPPORTUNITY 8134-1128 ext 202 813-478-0816 Pried $14,000 below FORD 2002 RANGER 220-5204 VW 1969 Beetle Good nance records, orig
NAD ag bo vlu oK m, ca inal owner. Loog CO vau 5 CD a ... od kNTs &TOYOTAk2000 Avalon XLS
PlantCi Wes uMdeVil-2r. M r HOT TUB brand new (813)814-4410. White. $4200 OBO MERCEDES 2000 ML430 Whees, Lowered Disc od, drives great.
lage. ets23 V4unfur- anufacturedHomesl $4,295, 24 ets; SHP, 5 Call silver/gray 104K mi ereswneri powere-,C pearl white,
sae nrswrental ill deliver. 40' 1986 Silverton 813-299-2534 exc cond. Dealer ser, Brakes, NiceInterior, _oro would be great ewer-
assitance. Farm labor n Pr Eacrifice $1,695.00. convertable, T454, 700 iced CarFax cert, warr. $' 81309b91-63-765-'2,ond0car0$,350, n0 13-610-8n35
required toqualify Call813-270-2369 hrs, all electronic, FORD 2005 F150 XLT Su- $12,450. 727-459-6508 (813)991-M52 $10,80
1- -2H 41 & St. cleanexc conDr Cab, 46blkAuomoiles TOYOTA 2002 Camry XLE
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ROCKY POINT 2brluxur 1ba, h on beautiful SunQuest PRO Tanning 813-672-3852/241-6890 'heel, 2 k Ies, ,M 97 TOYOTA CAMRY ldtCOn, allr peeuruSp,t 67cy3e, 4 MU s ) S
apt. with direct access lake in park, CHA, Bed. 24 X 100 Wolffe -$16,''I Eold AC., green, s ui.
to private garage in gat- $185/wk&up.$400. Lamps. Used only a few YAMAHA 1999 XL700, $16,50.283-7847724 $0 Porarale kept. exc conr.f pirtest5
edpool comm w/fit cen- dep., 813 -5995 times so it's in perfect good cond, runs good, STRATFORD Court of AN 25ran o o L 749-8116,Ext 7169 3400. 813-653-1754
ter & clubhse. condition. 3k new for the no trailer ood forobe- Palm Harbor, A one own, TOYOTA 2005 Prius Hy-
/moo. 813.645-4534.1450 omats 1 samemodel.$1,5.00 ginner,5.00 miere sunrise commn c.n.i o)perocolor. 35k miles. A A Rated Donation Do- FORD 2000 Escort ZX2 brid, GAS SAVER! 7Kmi,
.Roommates- 813-478-2093 813-650- 813-245-3877 ty is currently seeking t 863 140652 nate Your Car Boat or ,run sg eeds A/C, 4DRa 60 mon/city,
TAMPAS #1 Investor's Accom. to Share W 50245ushawnp352000. Real Estat I Txnsgreat,5needsrear 50mpg/ $22,4gcity9
Resources for Hard Mon- SEVERAL Storm raKes & muffler. $1100. Walter 813-727-4888
ey! 100% financing with USF TAMPA PALMS, a ed & Donated Boats. SE, turbo, dual exhall(813)495-0564
highest LTV's! No junk Hunters Green 2/2/lar e ( W & Sell Call VOLVO 1993 960 Sedan 4
ees! Rehab draws bedroom private ha 7Watersports mi 2-204-7988 CHEVY 1997 1500 Pick-Up pwr, AC, 4DR, auto, sil- s odel/Condition Hep FORD 2003 Taurus, 34K, dr 6 cal Auto AC Full
ugZ71, 4x4 ext cab ver, alarm, looks & runs Underprivileged Chil- new tires & batt alarm, PWR, foof, dark blue,
upfront. Call Missy gated, pool, wd,ten- SEADOOS 2002 blue 3- ((Beat loaded.S7950., exc. $2500. 813-850-6602 dren achcent1e81or2'seats. Good condo.
Jones 813-258-8800 AV- nis, $550 call 561-706- seater GTI LE, 25 hrs, ( Slips / Wesle Chapel www.outreachcenter.orI-8136-3294 $3,500 813-645-5441
lantic C 2000 red 2-seater GS, S ) 20M89-837 TOYOTA 2003 4Runner g 1-800-693-7911 4
licorg R Ohrs, both excellent con- CLEARWATER Island S 07rtorsilver' 35K1mi9IFORD 2005 Mustang VW 2001 PASSAT, dark
Rdition. I for comfort, 1 Yacht Club, covered DODGE 1985 Ram 1500 $0 l0. 813.d62-9078 O Acura 1990 Integra LS- Conv't. red, white top. blue, cloth, 5spd, A/C
TAMPA townhouse, 2 br, for fun. Performance slip 14'x40' Runs & drives good,, 27-776-3750 Automatic. $100u obo. Ithr&mr 7K iCp
15iba 1060so ftNear ROOM MATE immediate trailerw/spare tire. DcKuminium. Great in- make a good WOrk Runs, or can $19,900.352-31 2-2122 m is, reduced $7,800
USF. Rent for$99500. 1 occupancy 30 mins to $7,200 OD. vestment $177 700 truck. ooo be aaarts car.
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