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"Summer Rhapsody"
concert and dinner
will benefit the
Cornerstone Center.

Gov. Jeb Bush
receives a "Kuwait
Strawberry Festival"
T-shirt from
members of the
Florida National
Guard's 3rd Batta-
lion, 116th Field
Artillery.during a
recent visit to
Kuwait. The Plant
City-based unit
celebrated its own
version of the
Florida Strawberry
Festival earlier this
year while deployed
in support of
Operation Iraqi
Freedom. Members
of the battalion are
due to return home


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Plant City will welcome home 50 members of a
local National Guard from the Middle East today.
The homecoming ceremony, which is not open to
the public due to space considerations, is set for
10:30 a.m. at Sumpter Lowry Armory, 4004 Airport
The National Guard's 3rd Battalion, 116th Field
Artillery Regiment, based in Plant City, was called up
last June to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. About
200 of the regiment's 430 members live in Plant City.
The remaining members of the battalion are sched-
uled to return home at the end of October or early
November, said National Guard Field Artillery Maj.
Frederick H. Borowicz. The unit was assigned to a
"command-and-control" mission in several Middle
Eastern locations.
"We are all excited this deployment is over for
these troops so our men and women can come
home," said Mayor John Dicks. "We are also really
proud; these are real heroes. They do a valiant and
heroic job."
"Anyone so dedicated to their country that they are
willing to risk their life deserves all the attention and
respect we can give them," said said state Rep. Rich
Glorioso, R-Plant City. A U.S. Air Force veteran, Glo-
rioso flew cargo planes into Vietnam during that war.
"I have seen the other side and it's not pretty. We had
guys who took their uniforms off when they left the
base. But whether you agree or disagree with the war
now, I would encourage every citizen in the area to go
welcome them home and honor the sacrifice they
made and their families made."
Vice Mayor Rick Lott was born and raised in Plant
"Some of these individuals are family; we grew up
together. I am thrilled they are back. Just the personal
sacrifice they made and their families made so they
could go is tremendous."
Recalling the send-off ceremony at the armory last
year, Lott said there was hardly a dry eye in the house.
"It was amazing and heart-touching, so I can't imag-
ine what the homecoming will be like."

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'Summer Rhapsody'

At Cornerstone Center

The Cornerstone Center is
planning to host its fourth
annual Summer Rhapsody
Aug. 19.
The evening includes a
reception, dinner and enter-
tainment at the fellowship
center at First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
The cost for reception, dinner
and entertainment is $50. The
price is $25 for entertainment
The reception starts at 5:30
with dinner at 6 p.m. The per-
formance will be at 7:30 p.m.
"We plan a nice Spanish
dinner and then the variety
show with songs from Broad-
way and some. Gospel in there
as well," said Marlhai Pass-
more, who is organizing the
event. "It will be a first-class
event with the Cornerstone
Center; which is a Plant City
icon, and means a lot to many

people here, benefiting."
The Cornerstone Center
was home to the First Baptist
Church of Plant City from the
early 1920s through 1993. The
center has hosted events from
weddings to funerals for
Pete Battaglia, Ann Hay-
wood, Virginia Helper, Jenni-
fer Jackson, Sandi Norman,.
Jacob Reilly, Bruce Rodwell
and April Smith will entertain.
Jeanie Burt, who attended
last year's Summer Rhapsody
and sits on the Cornerstone
Center's activities committee,
said part of the show's appeal
is seeing familiar faces on
stage like Haywood, director
of the Bruton Memorial
Library. Haywood and Bruce
Rodwell will perform readings
during the show.
"People enjoy seeing folks
they know on stage," Burt. "It
really is a night of talent."
For tickets or more
information, call Passmore at

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Young performers take stage
The Plant City Children's Theatre performed excerpts from "Aladdin" Aug. 11 at the Cornerstone Center in Plant City as
its summer theater offering. The performance was presented by Neighborhoods United, a Plant City community group
and the Arts Council of Plant City. Above, some of the younger performers in the show take to the stage.

Aladdin (Logan
Simmons), Genie
(Heather Gentry), and
Abu the Monkey
(Noah Quigley)
discuss giving the
genie her freedom.

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The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department July
31 through Aug. 5:

July 31
Criminal mischief, 2:07
a.m., 300 block of Park Springs
Battery, 2:58 a.m., 300 block
of Park Springs Circle
Trespassing, 11:30 a.m., 900
block of South Tyler Street
Robbery, 12:42 p.m., 1200
block of Townsgate Court
Retail theft, 1:10 p.m., 2800
block of James L. Redman
Aggravated assault, 4:52
p.m., 2000 block of North
Wheeler Street
Grand theft, 9 p.m., 1600
block of McCloud Drive
Drug investigation, 11:25
p.m., South Park Road and
East Dr. Martin Luther Jr.
Vehicle burglary, 11:10
p.m., East Alabama and Mary-
land streets

Aug. 1
Battery, 6 a.m., 600 block of
South Knight Street
Robbery, 6:45 a.m., Morgan
and Jenkins streets
Criminal mischief, 8 a.m.,
700 block of Coronet Street
Retail theft, 10:20 a.m., 1400
block of South Collins Street
Vehicle burglary, 6:30 p.m.,
2300 block of East Cherry

Aug. 2
Aggravated battery, 5:23
a.m., 3100 block of Airport
Grand theft, 9 a.m., 3400
block of Berry Blossom Lane
Criminal mischief, 1 p.m.,
1300 block of East Tennessee
Criminal mischief, 5 p.m.,
0-100 block of Drake Street
Driving under the influence,
9:35 p.m., State Road 574 and
Turkey Creek Road
Aggravated assault with a
motor vehicle, 10:15 p.m.,
2900 block of James L.
Redman Parkway

Battery, 12:12 p.m., 2100
block of Village Park Road

Aug. 4
Vehicle burglary, 6 p.m.,
3400 block of Silvermeadow
Aggravated battery, 10:58
p.m., South Franklin and West
Warren Street
DUI, 10:58 p.m., East Also-
brook and Hitchcock streets
Drug investigation, 11:18
p.m., 1200 block of Townsgate
Drug investigation, 11:35
p.m., East Reynolds and North
Palmer streets

Aug. 5
Criminal mischief, 4:30
p.m., 1400.block of Plantation
Criminal mischief, 6 p.m.,
4200 block of Kipling Avenue
Vehicle burglary, 10 p.m.,
1400 block of Plantation
Grand theft, 11 p.m., 200
block of South Frontage Road
Battery, 11 p.m., 200 block
of West Alexander Street

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

Rodriguez campaign kickoff
The campaign kickoff for Hillsborough
County Commission District 4 candidate
Lisa Rodriguez, a Democrat, is set for Aug.
17 from 5 to 9 p.m. at The Barn Theater at
Winthrop, Bloomingdale Avenue and Prov-
idence Road in Brandon. There will be
food, drinks and music. District 4 covers
the northeast section of the county and
includes Brandon, Plant City and River-
Information: 508-8536 or www.rodrigue-

Church basketball, cheerleading
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104 W. Cason
St., will register for its Upward Basketball
and Cheerleading sports program Aug. 17
in the Family Life Center, 904 W. Terrace
The program is open to those in kinder-
garten through sixth grade and will run for
eight weeks starting Sept. 23. Cost: $50.
Information: 752-8345 or visit

Teen night at MLK center
A teen night at the Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Recreation Center with pizza and
music is planned for Aug. 18 and Sept. 8 at 8
p.m. The events are for ages 13 to 17 and
last until midnight. Cost: $5.
For more information about the MLK
Center, contact La'Tosha Lewis at llewis- or call 757-9195.

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.

Kids Night Out
A Kid's Night Out program for children
ages 6 to 11 is set for Aug. 19 at the Planteen
Recreation Center, 301 Dort St.
Young people can enjoy pizza, arts and
crafts, movies and a fun time with their
peers from 6 to 9 p.m. Cost: $5 per child.
For more information about the Plant-
een Recreation Center events, contact
Chris Washburn at cwashburn@plantcit- or call 757-9166.

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 registration is free.
Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-

Blood drives
Florida Blood Services has several blood
drives scheduled in the Plant City area.
Upcoming blood drives include: Aug. 19, 10
a.m. to 4 p.m., Lowe's Home Improvement,
2801 James L. Redman Parkway; Aug. 20, 9
a.m. to 12:15 p.m., Turkey Creek First Bapt-
ist Church, 4915 W.-Trapnell Road; Aug. 22,
1:30 to 4:30 p.m., TECO Energy/Plant City
operation, 1308 Grant St.; Aug. 30, 8 a.m. to
3 p.m., South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301
N. Alexander St.
Call 1-800-682-5663 or visit www.fbsblo- for information.

Baseball mini-camp
The Double Play baseball mini-camp for
ages 12 and older is planned for 8:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. Aug. 19 at Martin Luther King
field, next to Marshall Middle School, 18 S.
Maryland Ave. Cost: $45. All participants
get a T-shirt.
Call: 927-5406.


Pick of the Week

GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo

MBJ Fellowship Choir
The Mt. Olive-Bethel-Joy in Praise Fellowship Choir will perform a concert Aug. 20
at 5:15 p.m. at Bethel Baptist Church, 804 W. Renfro St. Call: 478-0922.

New chamber member reception
A reception for new chamber members is
planned from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Aug. 22 at the
Plant City Chamber of Commerce, 106 N.
Evers St. Call: 754-3707.

Strong Leader Award dinner
The annual 2006 Strong Leader Award
dinner, sponsored by the Plant City Family
YMCA, 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-

Turkey Creek Class of 1961
The Turkey Creek High School Class of
1961 is planning the group's 45-year reun-
ion and is trying to locate the following
classmates: Louise (Brown) Graves, Betty
Jean (Hall) Sadler, Ronald Highsmith,
Sylvia Holmes, Joann (Houck) Armachain,
Chuck McIntosh-and Grantland Pate. A
meeting is planned for Aug. 24 at 6:30 p.m.
at BuddyFreddys, 1101 Goldfinch Drive.
Call: Elaine (Rodgers) Lister, 752-0118.

Benefit barbecue
A benefit barbecue for the Cork-Knight
Volunteer Fire Department will take place
Aug. 26 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the fire
station, 5302 W. Thonotosassa Road.
Dinner will include chicken, baked beans,
coleslaw, a dinner roll and a 12-ounce soda.
Cost: $7.
Tickets are available in advance at the

Gospel extravaganza
A Musical Extravaganza of Love with
special guests The Gospel Warriors and The
Traveling Stars, both of Tampa, is set for
Aug. 26 at 6 p.m. at St. Mary's Community
Church, corner of Laura and Knight streets.

The event also features All National Pente-
costal of Winter Haven; Paulette Stephens;
The Right Choice; The Tampa Boyz; The
Tampa Girls; Soloman & Soloman of Day-
tona Beach; and the Florida Gospel Ensem-
ble of Lakeland. Dinner will be served.
Call: 759-0874.

PCHS Class of '86
Plant City High School Class of 1986 will
have its 20-year reunion Aug. 26 at the
Buena Vista Palace at the Walt Disney
World Resort in Orlando. Information:

Yard sale benefits Durant band
Parents and boosters of the Durant High
School Band plan a yard sale from 8 a.m. to
noon Aug. 26 at Sunshine State Federal
Savings, 2400 James L. Redman Parkway.
The sale will help pay for a trip the band
plans to make to perform in the Fiesta Bowl
in Arizona later this year. Call: 737-4004.

New member tea
The Junior Women's Club plans a new
member tea Aug. 27 at 3 p.m.-at the group's
clubhouse, 1110 N. Wheeler St. Prospective
members are invited to come learn about
the club. Call: (863) 409-6641.

City commission meeting
The Plant City City Commission will
meet Aug. 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the Nettie Berry
Draughon Municipal Building, 302 W. Rey-
nolds St.

Agritech -
The Florida Strawberry Growers Associa-
tion will host Agritech 2006, an education
session and trade show, Aug. 29-30 at the
John R. Trinkle Center at Hillsborough
Community College, 1206 N. Park Road.
Agricultural growers will have the chance to
learn about the latest technology and grow-,
ing information, and meet and talk with
other growers. Registration is $50 per
grower and $350 per exhibitor. Call: Julie
Chandler, 752-6822.
See CALENDAR, Page 23

Turkey Creek Class of 1961
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1961 holds a
dinner meeting on the first
Thursday of each month at 6:
30 p.m. at BuddyFreddys, 1101
Goldfinch Drive.
The meetings are informal
and all classmates including
nongraduates are invited.
Teachers and staff are also
Call: Elaine Rogers (Rodg-
ers) Lister, 752-0118.

Ballroom dance lessons
Ballroom dance lessons
for beginners are held at the
Ramada Plantation House
Red Rose Dining Room, 2011
N. Wheeler St., Monday and
Tuesday evenings from 7 to 9.
Cost: $10 per person/per
Call: Susan Stanton, (863)

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

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

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

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

Rotary Daybreak Club
The Rotary Daybreak Club
meets Mondays at 7 a.m. at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St.
Call: 917-1299.

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

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

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


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DJs On Wheels: Please Turn It Down!

Have you ever had one of those days when the
trivial happenings of life really rile your gander?
For some of us there's the loitering driver who
insists on driving in the passing lane when
everyone else is in a hurry, or the cell phoneoholic with
the phone glued to one ear and a blind eye on the road

Or how about the shopper
with a buggy full of stuff
maneuvering through the
express lane at the grocery
There seems to be no lack
of things to be incensed about
these days depending on
one's philosophic, political or
religious leanings; from Iraq
to al-Qaida to same sex
marriage to high gas prices to
the sci-fi piety of Scientology.
But sometimes it's the smaller
things in life; the piddling
happenings of life that really
get to me.
I dori't know about you, but
the thing that irks me most is
kids driving their cars down
the road blasting their so-
called music out the windows
with the kind of wattage that
could light up a small city. I
don't care if it's Bon Jovi or
Beethoven, I would rather
perform a root canal on a
rattlesnake than listen to this


infliction of madness.
It seems to be the j6b of
every generation to criticize
and disparage the musical
tastes of the younger
generation. That's just the
way it is.
In the 1960s, I riled my
father's gander with the rock
'n' roll music of Elvis Presley,
The Beatles, Chuck Berry and
Eddie Cochran.

But no generation has
broadcast its music on the
public streets and byways
with such contempt as this
You feel it before you hear
Whoooomph! Whoooomph!
It's the sound of the wall-
thumping, window-rattling
music coming from "boom-
box cars" as they cruise the
streets of Plant City.
Picture yourself in your car
at an intersection waiting for
the red light to change. Next
to you, the wife, and in the
back seat, your child. In the
next lane is a car with its
boom-box stereo blasting so
loud that your car doors are
rattling, your safety glass
windows pulsating with the
velocity of a high-speed
blender mixing a strawberry
daiquiri, the message blaring
from the car as vile as the
world below.
The thunderous noise
pierces eardrums within a
two-block area; grandmothers
holding their ears, dogs
howling, birds circling
erratically, squirrels climbing
feverishly to the tops of trees.
You run but you just can't
hide from it!
Inside the car, two teenage

boys nodding heads in time to
the music, in the back seat
two young teen Lolita-types.
All seemingly oblivious to the
aural trail of anguish and
annoyance they create as they
wait for the red light to
I suppose I am just being
my father 40 years ago, but
never has a generation
imposed their ribald style of
music on the general public in
such a way.
I have had it regarding the
irritating, primitive, ceaseless
noise emanating from those
irresponsible individuals who
insist on broadcasting their
particular taste in "music" to
an unwilling audience.
For me, it's not the burden
so much as it is the strength
to bear it.
To any boom-box enthusi-
ast who happens to be
reading this, here's a bulletin:
I don't care to hear your
music, I don't care about the
number of watts in your
sound system, and I certainly
don't care to hear the vile
My plea: Puhleeze, roll up
your windows and leave me

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

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N ot too long ago my wife was accused both of
being an "inflexible conservative" and a "flaming
liberal" on the same day. Both dismissive tags
were applied at the same meeting and within a

couple of hours.
Such opportunity, of course,
is too sweet to pass up. So she
made her way to the micro-
phone and after a brief
discourse on the damage we do
to any process or meaningful
discussion when we so readily
label those we are unwilling to
understand declared herself
"a raging moderate."
In a perfect world, my wife
says, I would never mention
her in my newspaper column.
Well we all know the world isn't
perfect. Besides, I know no
other human who is gifted with
such insight and spiritual
clarity. She has incisive faith, a
remarkable connectedness
with people and an intuitive
vision regarding what really
matters. Her authenticity and
genuine spirit always inspire
me, and I would be remiss not
to reference her wisdom on
occasion as my source and my
As usual, she had nailed it.
What the world needs right
now is much less extremism
and a lot more raging modera-
tion. Or, to put it another way,
quieter fanatics and noisier
Much preventable discord, I
believe, is related to our
collective inability as moder-
ates to infuse the cause of


evenhandedness and reason
with the same passion
unreasonable people apply
with such flair to their bitter-
ness and hostility.
Unfortunately, the tactic
seems to be working. What
behavior garners attention?
Who hijacks the press? Which
agendas always tend to frame
the debate?
We are obsessed, it appears,
with our commitment to equal
access, with equivalent oppor-
tunity, and with our laudable
sense of fair play. Conse-
quently, we have all but
forgotten our own voices, or at
least forgotten how to parse the
truth in the language of
persuasive enthusiasm. And it

Il1 1Elvia I noU%

is enthusiasm that is going to
be needed if there is to be any
chance at lasting peace either
at home or abroad.
What if, I wonder, the huge
amorphous mass of citizens
who actually want productive
equitable solutions and who
still understand the value of
dialogue and compromise all
committed ourselves with zeal
into a force of socially active
and politically savvy "raging
What if we all started to ask
the blowhards challenging
questions and what if we
actively rejected extremism
instead of politely pretending
to be sympathetic, impressed
or agreeable to divisive rant-
What if viral raging modera-
tion spread throughout our
world and CNN had to run the
following experts of footage?
Lebanese civilians chanting,
"Hezbollah put down your
guns!" Israelis demanding,
"Justice for Palestinians."
North Koreans turning out en-
masse to hold the fanatics
accountable for playing a daily
lottery with their lives.
SHere in the U.S. voters would
join voices by the millions to
contact candidates and
representatives: "Tone down
the insults and acknowledge
your opponents love America
too." "I want to see evidence of
our party working with the
opposition to effect creative
solutions." "Quit posturing to
generate attention and actually
get to work."

But no, throughout America
and the world we consistently
allow the yahoos and the
militants to bulldoze their way
to the front of the line.
Certainly those of us in the

media cater too readily to
extremism. We help maintain
the myth that confuses adrena-
line rush and hyperbole with
actual news. We're terrified
that audiences will tune out
and we'll loose our advertising
revenue. So we lead with
footage of Hillsborough County
Commission candidate Joe
Redner getting smacked in the
head with a chair and ignore
the productive and important
meetings more credible
candidates had with well-
mannered constituents the
same day.
Are you weary of watching
civilized discourse yield to ill-
mannered narrow-mind-
edness, insulting half-truth and
inflammatory ignorance? They
only get away with it, and this
is a hard truth, because the
reasonable among us have
yielded the floor. It is high time
we insist civility take prece-
dence again, front and center.
We can take the ground
back, you know, if only those of
us who care make the choice to
engage the fight with passion,
enthusiasm, commitment and
- of course the utmost in
good manners.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
him at derekmaul@gmai-


AUGUST 17, 200.6,, THE.OLURIERt,7


Don't Fumble Our Nuclear Football n, Are You Suffering? Helpless?R.

"Ethics, too, are nothing
but reverence for life. That is
what gives me the
fundamental principle of
morality, namely, that good
consists in maintaining,
promoting, and enhancing
life, and that destroying,
injuring, and limiting life are
Albert Schweitzer said that.
It's pretty good, as far as it
goes. It doesn't cover venality,
however. One can easily
imagine a congressman
believing that a nice, fat bribe
is maintaining, promoting
and enhancing at least his
own life.
Nor does it address the
question of defense, both
personal and national. That is
always a sticky wicket,
whatever that means. It's
worth thinking about, how-
ever, as once again another
anniversary (Aug. 6) of the
destruction of Hiroshima has
come and gone.
We were in a war. There is
no question that but for the
two nuclear bombs we
dropped (the second on
Nagasaki), Japan would have
fought on. That probably
would have made an invasion
necessary. That would have
cost far more lives, both
Japanese and American, than
the two primitive bombs did.
One should not forget,
though, that in the future
someone else may so reason,
and we could end up being on


the receiving end of thermo-
nuclear warheads. It's not a
pleasant thought. It's even
impossible to be macho in the
face of a nuclear war. What
good will it do to be young, fit,
strong and well-armed when
some potbellied fellow in a
dirty tunic 8,000 miles away
can take his finger out of his
nose and vaporize you by
placing it on a button?
No, Hiroshima and Naga-
saki are two chickens I hope
never come home to roost.
Those two bombs were
almost spitballs compared
with the stuff that sits in silos
in China and Russia. Russia,
by the way, just successfully
launched one of its intercon-
tinental ballistic missiles. It
hit dead on target.
I don't believe that as long
as such weapons exist, any

head of state should be
arrogant and reckless. God
knows it is difficult to keep
human beings from killing
each other, but so far, since
1945, the nightmarish nuclear
wraiths have not been let
loose from their silos. What-
ever one thinks of past
American presidents and past
Soviet leaders, we owe them
all thanks for at least having
the good sense (or lack of
nerve) to not incinerate the
Northern Hemisphere. They
came close. It might not be a
bad idea to have a board of
psychiatrists examine all
candidates for president to
make sure that at least our
side has a sane leader.
Somewhere on my
bookshelves is is an English
translation of a Soviet civil-
defense handbook. It is full of
useful, if scary, information. I
used to plot the burst radius
of warheads of different
megatonnage over my city. I
never lived far enough out of
town, I can tell you now. As a
matter of fact, nobody can
live far enough out of town to
make surviving what would
be left a worthwhile endeavor.
Thanks to our urbanization,
we have made it vastly easier
for enemies to target us. Just
75 big warheads bursting over
metropolitan areas would kill
more than half of our popula-
tion. Much of the rest would


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..." At left, on hand for the August
.- ; .:..;;Beautification Award presen-
: station from the Plant City
*.. Garden Club are, from left,
S ... Lynna Kyle, Vivian Devlin,
S.... palm-lovers Hope and Robert
Little, and club president
,", Cassandra Banning. Below,
Chase Cole will soon celebrate
.his third birthday.


Robert and Hope Little.
share a love for palms, and
this love has earned their
beautiful yard the August
Beautification Award from
the Plant City Garden Club.
Two prominent Canary
Island date palms showcase
their front yard. Colorful
lantana, crotons, caladiums
and crape myrtle also weave
in and out of cabbage palms,
Christmas palms and queen
palms at their Cork Road
Congratulations on your
award, Robert and Hope.

A perfect birthday gift
Plant City resident Milene
Powell says husband Dallas
couldn't have had a better
birthday present. Their son,
Matthew, made lieutenant
with the Brevard County Fire
Department on Dallas'
birthday. Matthew has been
with the department for
eight years.
Congratulations Matthew,
and happy birthday to
Dallas, who turned 55 on
July 6.

Get in early for Lions tourney
Jodi Smith, tournament
chairwoman of the Plant City
Lions Club annual golf
tournament, is alerting us to
this year's event at Walden
Lake Country Club Oct. 13.
There will be a slightly
different format, including
watering holes. She antici-
pates a sold-out event, so
call now for a registration
form, 757-8574.

Cake beckons for Chase
Happy birthday Chase
Cole, son of Nikol Wied-
mayer. Chase will be 3 years
old Aug. 30 and mom says
while he is still doing some
modeling, education is more
important now that he has
started a school program
here in Plant City.

Kiwanis Club
welcomes teachers
The Plant City Kiwanis

Club has been busy within
the community. With the
Plant City Chamber of
Commerce, they helped
sponsor a teachers' coffee at
the Strawberry Festival
grounds earlier this month,
where apples from Kash n'
Karry were handed out to
new teachers. Participating
Kiwanians were Ann Hay-
wood, Don Mason, Don
Walden and Robert Brown.
While they were busy with
teachers and apples, Denise
McDaniel, Jim McDaniel
and John McCaughey
handed out backpacks and
school supplies to Plant City
school kids.

Hospital award for Sandhill
South Florida Baptist
Hospital recently gave
Sandhill Bone & Joint the
Office of the Quarter Award.
Heading the team at Sandhill.
with Dr. John Carrozzella is
Dr. Susan Ott.
Carrozzella, a graduate of
Yale University and the.
University of Cincinnati
College of Medicine, has been
in practice for about 20 years.
Ott graduated from the
University of Osteopathic
Medicine and Health Sci-
ences in Iowa and did her
internship at Michigan State
University and practiced in
Pennsylvania before moving
to Plant City.
Congratulations to a great

Sydney Baptist homecoming
Some of my best memo-

ries are of dinner on the
church grounds in Ortona.
The women would spread
a white sheet on a long table
under an open shed and fill it
with covered Southern
dishes like swamp cabbage,
black-eyed peas and fried -
The kids, just happy to be
off the church pew, ran
around playing, hoping the
dinner blessing didn't last
too long. Our elders filled
their plates first, then the
My grandfather told
fishing stories, the young
men talked about Saturday's
wild boar hunt, and Old
Brother Gardner fell asleep
in his lawn chair.
You might experience
some of the same, with a
different cast of course, when
Sydney Baptist Church in
Dover invites past, present,
future members and all
visitors to its 98th homecom-
ing Sept. 10.
The Sunday service at 10
a.m. will feature His Four
Ministries, a gospel group
from Port Charlotte, followed
by a message at 11 and a
covered dish lunch. I bet
someone might even bring
coconut cake!

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 33566.

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Photo courtesy of Plant City Garden Club

Photo courtesy of Nikol Wiedmayer

Photo courtesy of South Florida Baptist Hospital
Above, the staff at Sandhill Bone & Joint had a reason to
celebrate recently when their office was singled out by South
Florida Baptist Hospital as its office of the quarter. Below,
birthday boy Dallas Powell looks on as Matthew Powell gets a
hand from Mom.

Photo courtesy of Milene Powell


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South Florida Baptist Hospital
The following births were
reported recently at South
Florida Baptist Hospital:

June 28
A daughter, Hennessey L.
Fountain, to Cheryl Binnion
and Bruce Fountain Jr. of Plant
July /
A daughter, Gracie A.

Garner, to Deanna and James
Garner of Plant City
July 3
A daughter, Angelle D. Col-
born, to Angelle and John Col-
born of Plant City.
A daughter, Kayden S.
O'Brien, to Kristen and George
O'Brien of Plant City.
A daughter, Haylee T. Webb,
to Andria and Jeffrey Webb of
Plant City.
July 8
A daughter, Jade D. Brice, to
Delores Graves and David
Brice of Plant City.

July 14
A daughter, Isabella M.
Chaves, to Brandi and Giovanii
Chaves of Plant City.
A daughter, Angeline K.
Paat, to Courtney and Angel
Paat of Plant City.
July 15
A daughter, Ryleigh E.
O'Hara, to Amber and Joshua
O'Hara of Dover.
July 17
A son, Dylan J. Basen, to
Heather Hinds and Kyle Basen
of Plant City.
July 21
A daughter, Adonica A. Her-

rera, to Pearl A. Montalvo and
Jorge L. Herrera of Plant City.
A son, Caleb D. Jones, to
Sara and Darrell Jones of Plant
July 24
A daughter, Ashley V. Vas-
quez, to Alejandrina and
Ramon Vasquez of Plant City.
A daughter, Lola G. Strick-
land, to Jennifer Whitmill and
Jonathan Strickland of Plant
July 25
A daughter, Ariyana M.
Broome, to Shanitra Young


and Miguel Broome of Plant
July 27
A son, Joseph C. Denton, to
Camille and Richard Denton
of Plant City.
July 28
A daughter, Sara G. Spark-
man, to Katherine and Thomas
Sparkman of Plant City.
A daughter, Fe Jacqueline
Ramirez, to Celia and Antonio
Ramirez of Plant City.
July 31
A daughter, Helen L. Dewey,
to Anna and Joseph Dewey of
Plant City,

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DwMer 5. Dot er Rd 6 Downing S/t.
659 2600
.Alen chapel: 1109 F. laura it.
fount Wlie: 1113 W. Itadison
Ifount Ohlie: Horton Rd. -J"-2628
.lsamblea poslolika:
1501 (oLson Rd. "3'3496
tpostolk inm-hi ofJesus (Christ:
1212 U. Relmnlas. 4"'-5130
The. ipostles louulatinm (Cmnbh of Christ, In(.
1804 f. Renolds, "1/9 "639
.tindadit life: Pinecrest Rd,
lithia. 685-42,40
Belhaimy: 980-1 Hamey Rtd.
Thonotosassa, 986-5""1
Cahanr' Fellowship:
1110 ,. Gordon St.. "52-5005
(Cristlan life lsemblr:
3120. Mfiler Rd.. 65"-4802
Dorr First: iSR 5"4 Pettie Rd.
Faith Temple: I- at Hillsbohamgb-Polk
county line. '52-0532
Faith lighthouse:
3409W139,. '"52-1885
first Plant (th:
(harlie Griffin Rd
I of SR39 V, '52-3351
For .41afa former of South Huk. 39
6& Swille Rd,t 3"-4656
Kevsile: SR 640. -3'-4803
fount lion:
1-iatl Thonotosassa Rd. "52.1614
Pleasant Grote:
lurke' Creek Rd. ".5"-3529
I icaon ,orsmbip Center
C(ounh line Rd. '54-6089
Srdnere: Sidnev Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of qtdnem-Dorer Rd. 659-0532
furke Creek:
lurkey (reek Rd. -5+-53'"2
.hara: Trker (Creek Rd,
,V.of S60. ""3"J-39
.4afia Baptist: 222 .4afia bChurch Rd.
Antioch: Horton Rd. "3"-3240
Berea: SR 39 5. "3'-J1232
Bethanm.: Cork Rd. '52-9209
Bethel: 80 i Renfro St. "5-22.39
Beulah: .llen & (ounl, line Rd.
ithia, "3'-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd.
Burchuood Temple: Euclid Dr 6
SR 5" '52-. 5'8
Cavirl, Free Hillt:
3539 rmpnell Rd F.
Cedar 6Grwe: F. Kevsrille Rd.
Central of libla:
Pinecrest & Aersrille Rd
Church on the Rock:
301 E. .lisolnook, "52.3 40
(mnmnintf Christian:
1310 N. Shanmmnon .re. '"5-.5383
Crossroads: YR 39 S. Pinecrest.
"3" 1211
Counitrside Baptist Church.
13322 Sydnel Rd.. 5"1-8200
Do er First: Gallagher R1l
Fastside: 1318 E. alhoun St.
Fast Fhonolosassa: ,llcalnosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd. 986-1346
Faith temple Primitle:
808 W. Washington 5t "5i-6661
First Baptist (bhurh offMlduar.':
Ifiduar Rd. '52.'209
lrsit Baptist II/hia:
Intersection of SR 39 &
ilhbia-Pinerest Rd. '"'.-/21
First Plant Cll,:
503 V. Palmer, "52i410-
First llmnoltossa .lissivaarr:
Iilninsh Rd. 966.4-56
Hanrmoit Baptist C(birh-
6008 W. Ilglhis [riffin Rd. 9%h "165l
llopen tvat-r. 56- .55 i ,

Hopenell: 5R39 S. '3"-J053
Knights: Paul Bu'lhman Hui.
lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd.
"52 2016
Lone Oak: lone Oak Rd. '54-52"8
Mount Itoriah freenuill.
Farren aJohnson St. '54-439"
IMtounl Mioriah reeu ill.
20-42 Colson Rd. "J. 1490
.wimunt lite. 604 i Ball St.
Aeu Hope Freeicill
Baptist Chnrch
3101 lidne' Doier Rd. Dmrer
.\ene il. lion Fr nwill:
30ol Daniels Rd.. '52-3985
"00 ,. Franklin St., 52-2-"9
Oakuood..Airport Rd. -52.5499
Plant (iht Primitlie:
509 IV. Efers SI, '54-3261
Pleasant Grae First:
Tirkek, (reek Rd, 73"-2556
Sbilob Baptist Church:
905 W. Terrace Dr.. '54-'H5
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road.
.St. luke Missionary:
108 S. Warell St. '54-4992
St. plan'ss Ftreewil:
Hunter & Warren St, '54-6853
St. Man,' missionaryy:
1804 S.R. 60E.. -3-.3668
St. tarr's Commnunity' Church:
90" F. laura St. '54-1616
Ardner: 1510 Cre Rd. 659 1502
Turkey' Cmrek Community
Baptist Church:
5H-" lurke' Creek Rd.
813-'3- 1224
furke, (Creek First:
Iapnell Rd. '52--890
I hilon' Missionary: Makt Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11308 Welcome
Church St. (813) -"3-2288
Westside. 2503 I G6rnfleld Ave,
"52- .150
WhUiehurst Rd: 901 ,'. 9hitehurst Rd.

little I/ion: 15510 Count, Rd 39,
lithia. 634-4"5-
Salem Primithle:
1 402 Salem Church Rd., 5.rdne '

St. Clement: 1104 A. .exander St.

A. Rilder Rd: 938 A. Wilder Rd.
(ork: Cork Road. "52.1521
laura 5: 1310 1. laura St.
Springhead: ,iggins Rd, 5l54.1485

(Disciples ol Chrins)
First: 2108 thonotosassa Rd.

Cornerstone Christian:
Mclintosh Rd. of SR 5"1

Neun Grace: 1211 F. Laura St

(Cleveland. Tenn)
Cahanrr Communiti:
5209 Smith-Rraws Rd
Doier. Donuring St. 659-2900
Plant (it: 2103 .tudlake Rd. 52-4591
Turkey Crvek: Turke' Creek Rd
at SR 60, 5- I1331
T mnoto. ssa:
1"02 \. Tailor Rd. 986 1916

IAri]dr :ion Irndl3r I
Kiniswai lirsn- 2805 hingstiar .A.,
Seffii-r: 65'. "50
Plant Citi: racee lellon hiip
"15 .1sobrook St. 361.-8h19

First: ,. Gordon and Baker 51,
Gospel Tabernacle. Allen & Haines St

St. Peter s: 301 \. Car St.

Destinr Chun'b of Plant Citv
11125 Wheeler St.,

Del/lerance Tabernacle:
808 U. Grant St.
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
"28 f. Ball St.

Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Samnmonds Rd, "'543843
Restoration .4ssenmbly:
106 S. Erers St.
Emwngelistsfor Jesus Tabernacle:
SR 5"4. E. of Dover. 659-0102

(Carhvn Chapel Plant C(r:
1310 North Shannon .le.. 892-0510
Christian G6mrth Center:
1310 IV. Shannon. "19-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St., 54-1133
Deeper life Fellouship:
C('oillaRd, W'of SR 39 A.
Reviatl Outreach enter:
225N DoterRd. 681-2250

Aingdom Hall: 3202 V. Man/land .Ie,

Church of Jesus Christ wL :
1805 .. Park Rd. '52-6361

Hope ILCfS: 2001 Park B/id. "52-4622
Lord of life ElG4:
21/1 tud Lake Rd, 52-6064

Plant Citv Comunity
Church of the Vaarene
2402 ,ihudlake Road. "52- "863

Full Gospel fellouship:
IT. Mclin .e.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, "'51-3843

Greater lore Clristian Center:
1109 N. Franklin St., "59-82"0
Impact Familn Worship Center:
.lieets at Seffier Elementary
School. 65"."914
Kalnos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. -64-0929
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. Hillsborough.Are. "51-26'1
Iunitl Christ Churrh.
1911 Gordon t. 659-2624
onmlan's Praise aml worshipp Center:
I.5. 92 [

Holr Proaection Orthodox (hurch:
3820 ,stoores lake Rd, Dover. 659-0123

Greater Heights Famil,
Worship Center:
3301 Clemons Rd. "54-"'088
living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602 5. Erers t '59-0528
,en. Hope Worship Center:
803 I. Mtahoney St., "5-6123

Doier: Moore's lake C Holiness
Church Rd. 659-1301
Church of the tiling God.
1102 T.ler St. '54-5840

t critgelical Plant Cllr.

110' Charlie Griffin Rd. '59-93835
First Pre-bllerian Plant Cih.
4H I.Remnolds St. "52-i211

Walk nilh God .linistrt:
151f0 SR 5"-. Dorer. 659-0930

Plant (ity: 2203 Strauberry Dr.

SS. 9i1 Single Again Fellou 4hip &
FEangelism 2011 South Wiggins Rd.,

first: 103 :.lohnson Rd,
"54 5968

St. Mark I'nied Church:
2914 tithia Pinecrest Rd. lalrico.

Cork: 4815 IW Sam Al.en Rd.
Dorer First: .loore's lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd. 659- 415
First Plant City: 10.5(1. Erers St.
Grace: 1801 E. Chemr' St. 659-3"18
Sunset Heights: falter Dr. "'5-214H
Springhead- 2305 Sparkman Rd,
St. luke: 809 E. auram A, '5"-6051
Thonolosassa: Fort King Huiy at
Mistletoe Dr.. 986-"1135
Trinity Plant Caty:
402 I. English St. '52-9316

Faith Outreach Churcb of Plant Cit
H(C Plant Citr Campus.'
jolm R Trinkle Building
1206 North Park Rd.. "59 92-3

Trinity United
Methodist Church
402 Eny/'sh St..
Plant City

Pastor's Message 8/20/06
-Great are the Works of the

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

For more
information call '

813-967-5046 |


Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9-00 a m.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a.m. and 6'00 p m.
Tuesday 6:30pm
Women's Sc-rapbooking Club
Wednesday Worship 6 15 p n,
C.l,'.'.l[.e t. for Childr, -rl
& Students t 6 00 p.m.
905 W. Terrace Dr...n ,..i,.,,, 1, i,.

St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pm English. 6:30pm Spanish
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr. -
lof oT 574
Sunday Masses
7am &l0:30am English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City. FL 33563
iOl 1-4. E.i 21 Sou1 y
Si. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
18131754-1237 or i813478-1185

First United
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Ever Street
Downtown Plant City
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Brother Erle McMichen:

Alafia Baptist Church

When Erie McMichen
retired after 25 years at East
Thonotosassa Baptist in 1999,
he trained for interim work.
He helped Alafia, Blooming-
dale and Cedar Grove before
being called full time to Alafia
Baptist Church, 222 Alafia
Church Road.
"I'm happy to be pastor-
ing," he said. "I love to
preach. I feel like that's my
calling." For more
information on the church,
call 634-8845.
Q: Are you happy?
A: It's a mighty good
church. It's an old church -
153 years or something. You'd
be surprised, for a rural
church, they have a lot of
children. They're happy,
friendly and open. They're
country people. Oct. 15 is our
homecoming. We'll have a

Q: Where were you raised?
A: Right here in this house
in Thonotosassa. I was born
in 1932, in Hampton just
north of Gainesville. We
moved here when I was 4 -
my stepfather was a railroad
agent. I attended Hills-
borough High School then left
for the U.S. Army and Korea
when I was 17.

Q: When did God call you?

A: It was in Bethel Church
in Tampa with Brother Earl
Lewis a couple of years after
we were married. I realized
that's what the Lord wanted
me to do.
Q: How long have you been
A: I married Jimmie Sue
Westbrook in 1953. We have
three children (Brenda,
Jimmy and Paul) and six
grandchildren. Our seventh
grandchild, BJ, was killed on
his motorcycle over in
Q: How about school?
A: I went to Baptist Bible
Institute (now Florida Baptist)
in Graceville, then Norman
Park Junior College and
Valdosta State in Georgia.
Finally, I attended New
Orleans Theological Semi-

Q: Where have you worked?.
A: Georgia, Alabama,
Louisiana, Mississippi; they
were small churches. I
learned upholstery. I'm not
an upholstery man that
preaches, I'm a preacher that
did upholstery to get by. We
came to Thonotosassa in

Q: What do you love about
this area?

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Brother Erie McMichen of Alafia Baptist Church says his greatest
joy is pastoring. "I like to visit and I like to share about Jesus."

A: Well it's home, be it ever
so humble. If you offered me
a mansion on the lake, I don't
think I'd be happy. Thonoto-
sassa is still rural, it's done
pretty good. There's so much
change but I guess you get
used to it. When we were kids,
that road (County Road 579)
used to be dirt, we played
marbles out in the road. It's
what life was, it's a lot of good

Q: What's your great joy?
A: I'd say pastoring; helping
people. I like to visit and I like
to share about Jesus. Some-
times they get saved, some-
times they don't.
Q: What's your favorite
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lone M. Smith, 85, of Plant
City died July 24.
She was born in Muskegon,
Mich., and was a longtime res-
ident of Plant City.
She was a caregiver.
She is survived by two sons,
Kevin of Plant City and Dr.
Kirk of Dover; three sisters,
Bonnie Connell of Plant City
and Marva Nelson and Marcia
Lash, both of Michigan; six
grandchildren; and a great-
Hopewell Funeral Home.

James A. Neese, 74, of Val-
rico died July 28.
He was born in Coffee
County, Ala., and was a long-
time resident of Valrico.
He was a supervisor for the
Hillsborough County bus
He is survived by his wife,
Dorothy; a son, Wayne of Riv-
erview; a daughter, Ann Cox of
Plant City; his mother Annie
L.; a brother, Jimmy of Gib-
sonton; and two grandchil-
Hopewell Funeral Home.

David E. Siverling, 53, of

Plant City died July 30.
He was born in Tampa and
was a commercial painter.
He attended Shiloh Baptist
He is survived by his wife,
Stepheny; two daughters,
Ashley and Chelsea, both of
Plant City; his father, Roy of
-Plant City; and a brother,
Gerald of Plant City.
Wells Memorial Funeral

Sigmund L. "Ziggy" Wojcie-
chowicz, 73, of Plant City died
July 30.
He was born in Brooklyn,
N.Y., and was a veteran of the
Korean War.
He was an electrician and a
life member of the VFW Post
4590 in Plant City.
He is survived by his wife,
Alice; a son, Michael; five
daughters, Laura Grayson,
Jeannie Gosselin, Alice Step-
hson, Suzanne "Kelly" and
Bella Menedez; a brother,
Stanley of Brooklyn; a sister,
Bella Wtulich of Brooklyn; 19
grandchildren; and 25 great-

Iris Ackenhusen, 87, of
Tampa, formerly of Plant City,
died July 31.
She was born in Palmetto

and was an organist at Forest
Hills Methodist Church.
She is survived by two
daughters, Kathleen Neely of
Tallahassee and Carol A. Baker
of Madison, Wis.; four grand-
children; five great-grandchil-
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Ernest C. J. Larson, 99, of
Dover died Aug. 3.
He was born in Jamestown,
N.Y., and was a tool and die
He he was a volunteer fire-
fighter in Cassadaga, N.Y., and
was a member of First Baptist
Church of Dover, Florida Cat-
tlemen's Association, Masons
and Odd Fellows.
He is survived by two
daughters, Jacqueline Holmes
of Dover and Geraldine
Burkett of Falconer, N.Y.
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Dover died Aug. 3.
He was born in Waterbury,
Conn., and was a longtime
resident of Dover.
He was a U.S. Army medic
from 1976 to 1983 and then
worked for the U.S. Postal
He attended Sydney Baptist

Church and served as vice
president of the local Ameri-
can postal workers union.
He is survived by his wife,
Donna; two sons, Matthew
and Rudy, both of Lexington,
Ky.; two daughters, Amanda of
Crystal Beach and Olivia of
Dover; his mother, Mariann of
Dover; three brothers, George
of Greenwood, S.C., Robert of
Lexington and William of
Dover; and a sister, Karen
Mathieson of Sydney, Austra-
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Lonita M. Calhoun, 76, of
Plant City died Aug. 4.
She was born in Center Hill
and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
She was a homemaker.
She is, survived by three
sons, Wayne, James E. and
Terry, all of Plant City; a
daughter, Judy Kilpatrick of
Plant City; her foster son, Rus-
sell Shafler of Plant City; a
sister, Edwina Barenklau of
Plant City; eight grandchil-
dren; seven great-grandchil-
dren; and a
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Helen McGinnes, 93, of
Plant City died Aug. 6.

She was born in Senois, Ga.,
and moved to Florida in 1924.
She moved from Zephyrhills
to Plant City in 1936.
She was a member of First
Baptist Church where she led
the girls auxiliary and taught
Sunday school.
She was a charter member
of the South Florida Baptist
Hospital-Women's Auxiliary,
and was also a member of the
Women's Club, Garden Club
and United Daughters of the
She is survived by her
husband, Willard; a son, Dub
of Plant City; a daughter, Mary
Jane Hoffman of Sarasota;
seven grandchildren; and 13
great- grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Rafaela Pica, 81, of Plant
City died Aug. 5.
She was born in Puerto Rico
and came here from Massa-
chusetts in 2003.
She was a secretary for
church missions and attended
Iglesia Asembleas de Dios
Taber Naculo Fe.
She is survived by a
daughter, Esther Matinez of
Plant City; a sister, Josefina of
New York; and two grandchil-
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First Baptist offerings
The following events will be
offered by First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
+ Friday at 9 a.m. and
Sunday at 4 p.m., the Ladies
Ministry holds a Beth Moore
Bible study titled "To Live Is
Christ." This is an in-depth
study of the life and ministry
of Paul. Open to all women in
the community.
On Aug. 22 there will be a
Ladies Coffeehouse at 7 p.m.
on the third floor of the chil-
dren's wing.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Mondays at 7
a.m. at BuddyFreddys.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Tuesdays at 7
a.m. at Fred's Market Restau-
Free classes for those who
have gone through a divorce
or are facing Sundays from 5
to 6:15 p.m.
Call: 750-4878.
'Gospel Express' at
Lord of Life
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road,
will offer a "Bible adventure"
Aug. 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Young "railriders" will ride the
"Gospel Express," singing
songs and listening to stories.
Each attendee will receive a T-
shirt. Any child between kin-
dergarten through fifth grade
is eligible to attend at no cost.
Call: 752-6064.

Introduction to the
Orthodox Church
The Orthodox Christian
Church of Dover, 3820 Moores
Lake Road, is running a pro-
gram on the Orthodox Church
and Early Christianity on
Tuesday from 6:45 to 8 p.m.
The last class takes place Sept.
Call: 659-0123.

Spiritual Leadership
A Spiritual Leadership Con-
ference sponsored by Shiloh
Baptist Association and Some-
body Cares Plant City is sched-
uled for Oct. 13 and 14.


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Regardless of their cholesterol level,
men who were physically active had a
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are sensitive to exercise," said study
co-author Dr. Timothy Church. "Being
physically active only takes 30 minutes
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physical activity into your life." Also an
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Conference schedule:
Oct. 13: Friday morning
breakfast for the business
community from 7:30 to 8:45
at the Ramada Inn; Friday
afternoon session from 2 to 5
at First Baptist Church for
pastors and staff; and Friday
evening conference from 7 to
9 at First Baptist Church
featuring special music.
Oct. 14: Saturday morning
conference from 9 to noon;
Saturday afternoon confer-
ence from 1 to 3.
Call: 752-6740 or 752-4671.

Faith Family Outreach Church
Faith Family Outreach
Church of Plant City, a multi-
cultural word-based faith
ministry, offers worship serv-
ices on Sundays at 1'0 a.m. at
the John R. Trinkle Center at
Hillsborough Community
College, 1206 North Park
Information: 759-9273- or
Christian preschool
accepting 1-year-olds
-Private Christian Preschool
recently extended its age limit
for students to 1-year-olds.
The school offers a Christian
preschool program for chil-
dren ages 1 to 4 at First Pres-
byterian Learning Center, 404
W. Reynolds St.
Call: 752-6874.

Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W. Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages Sundays at 9
a.m.; Sunday worship services
at 10:15 a.m. and 6 p.m.; and
Wednesday night worship at
6:15. Activities for children
and students start at 6 p.m.
Call: 752-8345.
Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist
Church, 14402 Salem Church
Road, meets Sundays at 10:30
a.m. Call: 752-9548.

Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational
Divine Family Worship Center
offers services Sundays at 11:15
a.m. at the Comfort Inn, 2003
S. Frontage Road. Call: 643-
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Public Meetings To Discuss Flood Zone Changes

By GEORGE H. NEWMAN "" '' 1 '

City engineer Brett Gocka has
scheduled four meetings at city hall to :''
give residents a chance to become
familiar with a new flood plain map
being produced by the Federal Emer-
gency Management Agency. .
FEMA is using elevation information
provided by Hillsborough County to
determine where the flood plain
boundaries are. The resulting map will
affect designations for flood insurance. .
Preliminary data shows considerable .. '
changes in Plant City and throughout .
the county as to where flooding is most ..
likely to occur.
While Gocka expects several rounds The Rev. Jeffrey Howell of Church on th
of changes to be made to the map in the city commission meeting at City Ha
the next four months, a final draft will
be determined by May. Mayor John Dicks encouraged all
"The public needs to pay close residents to look at the preliminary
attention to their position on these flood plain map provided by the
maps," Gocka said during the Aug. 14 county at www.hillsboroughcoun-
commission meeting. "There will be and click on the link "Mapping
an appeal process. But only a 90-day the Risk: Flood Plain Update" to locate
window will be available for review." specific properties.
The public meetings are presently, .. "I'm not seeing any common sense
scheduled for Aug. 23 at 6 p.m.; Aug. 30,' in some of these flood zone areas,"
at 3 p.m.; Sept. 6 at 6 p.m.; and Sept. 13 Dicks said. "Plant City would have to
at 3 p.m. With the Aug. 30 meeting an be 20 feet underwater for some of
exception, the meetings will take place these homes to be flooded."
at the Sadye Gibbs Martin Auditorium Dicks asked Gocka hot% the city can
in City Hall, 302 W. Reynolds St. Early protest the increased flood zones the
election polls set up at that site will new FENIMA map shows. Gocka said the
force the Aug. 30 meeting to be moved. only thing that can be done is to refute
to another location, which has yet to some of the elevation data plugged
be named. into the county computer model.

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he Rock recites the invocation opening
l Aug. 14.
"The model is right, considering
what values have been entered for ele-
vations," Gocka said. "The question is
simple. Are the data points correct? I
would be interested in seeing what
homes were flooded during the El
Niflo rains of 1997-98. That was a 100-
year event. Homes unaffected by those
rains should not be listed in the flood
Flood insurance also will be dis-
cussed by Gocka and city consultants
during the upcoming meetings. Resi-
dents who elect to purchase flood
insurance early, prior to being placed
in a flood zone, will be grandfathered
in at the lower rate, said City Commis-
sioner Robert Brown.

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Kids Safety Day on tap
A Kids Safety Day is planned
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 19 at
Chris Welbon's Family Karate
Center, 602 S. Collins St. The free
event will feature a Safety N.E.T.
Kids Seminar, which involves
stranger awareness and self-
-defense, for ages 4 through 12 at 10
a.m.; fingerprint identification
cards for children at 11 a.m.; a 1
p.m. karate demonstration and a 2
p.m. Women's Street Smart Self-
Defense Seminar for ages 12 and
older. The free event will also
include food and games. Attendees
are welcome to bring cash dona-
tions and nonperishable food items
to help feed needy Plant City fami-
lies. Call: 340-6122.
Fishing derby planned
The Plant City Recreation &
Parks Department will be hosting
the Semi-Annual Kids All American
Fishing Derby Sept. 23.
The derby is open to all youths
between the ages of 6 and 15. Pre-
registration will be accepted Sept.
-21 at 5 p.m. with onsite registration
starting at 8 a.m. at.the Plant City
Stadium back parking lot off
Albertsons Drive. Participants will
fish from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. with
prizes awarded for largest fish by
weight, first bass and first catfish
and most fish caught.
Prizes for the Water Casting
Contest will be awarded to the
angler who successfully hit a
bullseye. Anglers must be accom-
panied by an adult and need to
bring their own pole and any type
of bait they wish to use. Conces-
sions will be for sale at the event.
Please bring a bucket to transport
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Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville
offers free computer classes
for seniors and children on
Monday and Wednesdays.
Classes cover basic
computer parts and software.
Adult classes are from 10 to 11
a.m. and 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., and
children's classes from 3 to 4:
45 p.m.
The school also offers an
evening computer lab for sen-
iors Wednesdays and Fridays
from 5 to 6:30.
Call: 737-1352 or 757-6760.

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

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

GED classes
The Hillsborough County
School District offers free
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by Timothy J. Haught,


No matter how upset or distraught
you- may feel about the death of a
loved one, you will, in time, be able to
recollect the event in a more positive
light. According to a recent study,
healthy individuals tend to recollect
life-altering events with more positive
emotion later. When the study
participants were asked to think about
past events that helped define their lives,
they tended to discount fear, anger and
other negative emotions in favor of
more positive feelings. This showed
that, as much as people are prone to
experience strong emotional reactions
in extreme situations, they eventually
come to terms with these- events in a
manner that brings a more positive
sense of themselves and the world.

Working through your grief can
be a painful process, but it is necessary
to ensure your future emotional and
physical well-being. Experts believe
that if you do not grieve at the time of
death, or shortly after, the grief may stay
bottled up inside you. At HAUGHT
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"Grief is. the agony of an instant;
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flexible day and evening hours
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Information: 276-5654 or

Blood pressure checks
The Hillsborough County
Department of Aging Services
offers free blood pressure
readings for seniors the first
Monday of the month at 10:30

a.m. at Plant City Senior
Center, 1205 S. Waller St.
Call: 757-3824.

Road to Recovery
seeks volunteers
Volunteers are needed for
the American Cancer Society's
Road to Recovery program in
Plant City.
It is a volunteer-based
transportation program that
helps people get to and from
their cancer treatments if they
have no other form of trans-

Volunteers must have a car
and be available for a few
weekday hours per month,
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Call: 685-0670, Ext. 115.

Car safety seat checks
South Florida Baptist
Hospital offers free car safety
seat checks Friday and Satur-
days, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., through-
out the year at the hospital's
Community Health Resource

The checks are by appoint-
ment only. Call: 754-4444.

Meals on Wheels
seeks volunteers
Meals on Wheels of Plant
City seeks volunteers to deliver
Drivers use their own cars
and should be able to work
between 10 a.m. and 12:30
Call: 754-9932.
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A company selling ads
on a street map of Plant
City is not endorsed by the
Greater Plant City Cham-
ber of Commerce, cham-
ber officials said.
"The company, U.S. City
Maps. has been contacting
our chamber members for
the purpose of selling Plant
City maps," according to
an e-mail the chamber sent
out Aug. 9 to all chamber
members. "Based on
information we have
received. U.S. City Nlaps
representatives may be
indicanng that these maps
are Plant City Chamber of
Commerce publication-.
We can assure you they are
The e-mail indicated the
chamber office has
received several calls from
chamber members saying
they had received calls
from a company selling ads
for a "chamber map."
Marion Smith, the
chamber's president, has
spoken with company rep-
resentatives and asked
them to "cease and desist
using this selling tactic,"
the chamber e-mail said.
"If our members do want

to advertise on this map,
they are welcome to do so
but, again, know that this is
not a chamber-sponsored
publication. The Plant City
map we endorse and have
published was printed
recently and is available
here at the chamber
Smith said she first heard
of the map last week.
"They left a voice mail
message saying they
wanted to talk to me about
a 'chamber map "' Smith
returned the call and "read
them the riot act. They
indicated to me that they
will stop."
The chamber will usually
send out a letter to all its
members any time the\ are
planning a special publica-
tion. Smith said.
A U.S Cirty Maps
representative \who wouttld
not give her name said the
company sells maps all
over the United States, but
does not claim to have a
chamber endorsement
without an agreement.
"\Ve would have to have
a signed endorsement
agreement to say that, but
we would still sell the maps
in the area even if we did
For more information,
call the chamber at 754-

Barking Dog Ordinance Has No Bite, Yet

Hillsborough County animal control officials
said there is not much they can do about the
nuisance of a barking dog, particularly if the
owner of the offending canine refuses to cooper-
That is bad news for people like Patsy Smith
who spent good money moving into the Plant
City historic district, restoring her home, doing
what she could to improve the property and
ends up listening to a lonesome
dog in her neighbor's yard bark
from morning to dark. Most of t
"We have a mitigation process
to help in cases like that," said we try to
Marti Ryan, a spokeswoman for kind ofmt
the Hillsborough County Animal
Services. "But if the owner of an understand
animal will not participate in the
process, there is nothing we can between n
do under the present law." BILL ARMSTRON
The problem Smith is facing, Spokesman, Hills
and the reason the county can't County Animal 5
help, is that her neighbors are
not willing to support her complaint.
"I hear the dog barking," said Jason Merrin, a
neighbor to Smith. "But it doesn't really bother
Merrin said that the dog in question normally
barks on the other side of the yard, more toward
Smith's house.
"I have three kids and a television that is con-
stantly running," he said. "When we are inside
the house we seldom hear the dog."
Smith said the dog, a large but friendly rott-
weiler, barks continuously whenever its owner
is not in the house.
"The dog isn't really barking at anything in
particular," Smith said. "But it often will bark
from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., sometimes until mid-
night, seemingly without stopping."
. County animal control officers said Smith




may find some relief if new rules are adopted by
the county.
"According to the statute that governs a nui-
sance animal in the county," said Bill Armstrong,

a spokesman for animal services, "you have to
have two or more complainants in order to cite
the offender. And presently the animal control
officer cannot be one of the complainants."
The expected change in the county's barking
dog law will allow an animal control officer to be
a witness to the complaint.
"Most of the time we try to get some kind of
mutual understanding between neighbors,"
Armstrong said. "Usually we can orchestrate
some mediation between the parties that will
help eliminate or at least greatly reduce the
problem. Smith's situation has
been unusually difficult."
e time Ryan said the new ordinance is
in its draft form.
et some "The draft is still in review and
tual probably wouldn't go into effect
until the latter part of the year at
ling the earliest, but possibly not
until the new year," Ryan said.
neighbors. Smith, who lives on North
Whitehall Street, has left no stone
rough unturned while seeking relief
rvices from her noisy canine neighbor.
Several attempts to contact
Smith's neighbor were unsuccessful.
Smith said beginning in August 2005 she has
contacted city, county and state officials about
the issue.
"I even wrote to Gov. Bush," Smith said. "I
told him that no one will help me. I have become
so frustrated with this issue that I can hardly
stand it."
Smith said she contacted several city staff
members, including City Manager David Sollen-
berger, his assistant, his executive secretary,
code enforcement personnel and the police.
Smith also said she contacted county commis-
sioners Jim Norman and Ronda Storms, Gov.
Jeb Bush and his aide, officials at animal services
and the Tallahassee office of the Humane Soci-
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Water supply alert
Sporadic rainfall and lower-
than-normal flows in area
rivers have triggered Tampa
Bay Water's Level I Drought
Alert for the Tampa Bay
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future use.
The public is urged to help
conserve water by turning off
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they choose to water, by fol-
lowing local water restrictions
and only watering landscapes
when they show signs of wilt-
For more information on
water conservation, contact
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Good Neighbor Awards
Hillsborough County is
looking for nominations for
the Lonnie Lea Napier Good
Neighbor Award. The award is
meant to recognize those
good neighbors who help

simply because help is needed
- individuals who demon-
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Nominees for the fall
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throughout the year. The
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held in the spring of 2007.
All residents ofHillsborough
County are eligible to nomi-
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nated. The nominee must
demonstrate an ongoing spirit
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The annual award comes
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association serving the area in
which the recipient lives. If the
winner resides in an area in
which there isn't an associa-
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HCC seeks bilingual
math, reading teachers
The Plant City campus of
Hillsborough Community
College is in need of certified
reading and mathematics
bilingual instructors for its
Adult General Education Pro-
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

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ety of the United States.
"I haven't received much
help from any of them," Smith
said. "Some no longer want to
be bothered and others
quickly say I'll get back to you,
and never do."
Smith and the owner of the
dog have had their ups and
downs, Smith said, but
recently their relationship has
been more amicable.
Dennis Sweeney, a city code
enforcement supervisor, said
the city turns barking dog
complaints over to animal
But the city does have an

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

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

ordinance the covers animals
making noise.
The code, 73.05(2) written
in 1977 regarding noise origi-
nating from animals, states:
"It is unlawful to keep any
animal or fowl which, by caus-
ing frequent or long-contin-
ued noise, disturbs the
comfort or repose of any per-
son in the vicinity."
"People working for the city
told me to contact the county,"
Smith said. "I was led to
believe they could do nothing
about it."
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Restitution payments start
Jeweler Joe Grimes received his first check from Angela
Lockett through the Florida Department of Corrections
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The fire burned most of a city block on Collins Street.
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Both Russia and China have
far more than 75 warheads.
Lest you think i'm taking a
defeatist attitude, just remem-
ber that there are no civil-
defense facilities or training
for any of the American
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Continued From Page 11
A: "Amazing Grace,"
because of what it says. I am
amazed at God's grace, that
he could love us. Do you
know his grace? Do you know
him as your savior?

Q: Do you have a scripture
to share?
A: The 23rd Psalm and then
Romans 10:9. "If you confess
with your mouth, 'Jesus is
Lord,' and believe in your
heart that God raised him
from the dead, you will be

Q: Who's your favorite
A: Billy Graham. Our
ministries have overlapped. I
admire him above any person
I've ever met.

Q: What do people misun-
derstand about faith?
A: They don't understand
Christ and consequently they
don't understand his church.
If you understand Christ, you
could be more tolerant. A lot
* of lost people are not tolerant
'. toward Christians because
' they're not perfect.

Q: What do you do for fun?
A: I think life is fun. The
only real hobby I have is
fishing. I like to work around

SContinued From Page 12
Mildred M. Steele Shump,
88, of Lakeland died Aug. 6.
She was born in Lexington,
Ky., and served in the WAVES
during World War II.
She was a teacher.
She is survived by a son,
James R. of Plant City; a
brother, Carlton Steele of
Owensboro, Ky.; a sister, Lena
Rivers Allison of Jeffersonville,
Ind.; three grandchildren; and
a great-grandchild.
Wells Memorial Funeral

Harry A. Daghir, 48, of Plant
City died Aug. 6.
He moved from Fort Lau-
derdale to Plant City 10 years
ago. He was a Christian. I

We should mourn all of the
innocent dead of World War
II, which number 55 million,
less a few million military.
Then we should get Cowboy
George away from that
nuclear football as quickly as
we can. He is neither a safe
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here. I like to cut the grass. We
have a lot of friends in this
area. I like to travel. We have a
place in West Virginia the
Lord gave us, way up in a
hollow. It's very beautiful.

Q: Do you watch television?
A: The only thing we enjoy
is the news and I could get by
without that. I watch old
videos. John Wayne's my
favorite. There's nothing they
produce today that I care
anything about.

Q: What do you think about
the future?
A: I'm an optimistic person
to start with, and I know
whose hands it's in.

Q: What would you like to
say to people?
A: I'd remind them that you
don't have but one life and
you need to get it right but
you can't get it right without
Jesus. He'll teach you how to
live. Christ can help you. To
live without hope is fatal.

Do you have someone you
would like to see us profile in
this column? Call Derek Maul
at 245-2304 or e-mail him at

He was a laborer and driver
for United Parcel Service.
He is survived by a brother,
Roger of Davie; and a sister,
Lisa A. Gravlee of Lilburn, Ga.
Central Florida Casket Store
and Funeral Chapel, Lake-

Vicki Thompson, 49, died
July 5.
She was born in Plant City
and had worked for the U.S.
Postal Service and the Internal
Revenue Service.
She is survived by a
daughter, Tiffany Esposito;
her mother, Virginia Beery;
her grandmother, Helen
French; and two granddaugh-

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

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

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

Mount Olive events
Mount Olive Baptist
Church, 604 W. Ball St., offers
the following community out-
reach services:
A free hot meals ministry
Tuesday and Thursdays from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
A food pantry is open
weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Call: 754-3834.

Church basketball games
Cedar Grove Baptist Church,
8201 Cedar Grove Church Road,
welcomes sixth- through 12th-

graders in the Keysville area to
play basketball Tuesdays from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Hot dogs and
drinks will be provided. Call:
Alan Hawkins, 833-5794, or
Keith Carney Sr., 737-3357.

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

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

Bible study at Trinity United
Trinity United Methodist,
402 W. English St., offers a
weekly Bible study course
every Wednesday morning at
9:30. Call: 752-9316.

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

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

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

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


Continued From Page 5
Soccer sign-ups
Plant City Family YMCA,
1507 YMCA Place, is hosting
soccer league sign-ups for
ages 3 to 9 beginning Aug. 30.
Participation is free to facility
members, $45 for community
Season begins Oct. 21.
Call: 757-6677.

Plant City Bike Fest
Keeping with the monthly
tradition, bikers and motorcy-
cle fans will gather in down-
town Plant City Sept. 2 from 5

to 9 p.m. to enjoy food and
products from more than 70
vendors and sponsors.
Thousands of motorcycles
and their owners will attend
this event on an eight-square-
block area by the Plant City
Train Depot, 102 N. Palmer St.
Admission is free.
Information: 754-3707 or

Beginning line dance lessons
Line dance lessons for
beginners are planned Sept. 5
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Straw-

berry Square, 4401 Boot Bay
Information: 752 0491 or
v i s i t

Celebration for Life banquet
The Celebration for Life
banquet is set for Sept. 11 at 5:
45 p.m. at St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.
Guest speaker will be
Thomas A. Glessner, president
of the National Institute of
Family & Life Advocates.
Call: 759-0886.

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Left, Durant cheerleader Chelsea Calhoun, 17, practices a new cheer to prepare for the
upcoming season. This year, in addition to cheering at football games and pep rallies, the
squad will compete against other cheerleading squads throughout Hillsborough County after
the Florida High School Athletic Association made cheerleading an official sport. Above,
cheerleader Lauren Olfson, 17, right, gets ready for a big senior year at Durant.


Fishing derby set for Sept. 23
The semiannual, free Kids
All-American Fishing Derby,
hosted by Plant City Recrea-
tion and Parks Department,
will be held in the back park-
ing lot of Plant City Stadium
Sept. 23 from 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Preregistration for ages 6-15
will be until Sept. 21 at 5 p.m.
at the parks administrative
office, 1904 S. Park Road.

On-site registration will
begin at 8 a.m. Sept. 23.
Anglers must be accompa-
nied by an adult and nee3d to
bring their own poles and bait.
The pond contains nine vari-
eties of fish.

Patriots seek players
The Plant City Patriots 12-
and-under baseball team

seeks experienced, dedicated
players for the upcoming fall
Information: Dave Wyatt,
695-3783, or e-mail plantcity-
To submit sports
information to The Courier,
e-mail announcements to or
fax to 689-9545.

Raiders Get Ready For Kickoff Classic

When the Plant City offense
gets inside the Zephyrhills 20-
yard line Friday, look for
plenty of emphasis on making
sure to get points out of the
That will be a key for the
preseason contest at Raider
Stadium, said Plant City head
coach Kevin Kelley, who was
happy with how the offense
looked in Saturday morning's
"We have to take care of
business inside the 20," he
said. "We moved the ball up
and down the field pretty
good, but we have to finish the
The "score" of the scrim-
mage ended up 13-7 in favor
of the defense, which got three
points for a stop and four for a
turnover (there was one inter-
ception). Kelley said the score
could have just about been
reversed, but the Raiders were
without their kicker.
Johnathan Dupree, a junior

who is also a soccer standout,
was playing for his club soccer
team in Orlando Saturday
morning. Kelley said the
Raider offense would have
likely kicked two field goals
had Dupree, who will be avail-
able for all of the regular
Friday-night contests, been
with the team at the scrim-
Kelley hopes the signs of a
balanced running attack
shown in the scrimmage carry
over against Zephyrhills. Jacari
Bennett, Keith Dawson and
Chauncey Holloway all ran for
about 60-80 yards apiece, and
Derek Hargrove continued his
strong play at quarterback,
completing seven of 10 pass-
ing attempts.
"He's separated himself.
He's definitely the starting
quarterback for the opener,"
Kelley said.
Unfortunately, there was
one big injury during the
scrimmage. Offensive lineman
Michael Jett, one of the best at
his position on the team, suf-
fered a sprained knee. While
X-rays were negative, it looks
like Jett will miss a few weeks

at least.
Plant City's defense "flew
around and hit people," Kelley
said, going with the bend-but-
don't-break look.
Zephryhills also played the
Raiders in last year's kickoff
classic, but with one major
personnel difference. Last
year, Zephryhills had Bryan
Thomas, a star all-around ath-
lete who has since moved on
to the University of Florida.
Still, Kelley said he expects a
team with really strong skill-
position players and a good
linebacker group.
As for leading the Raiders in
his first game as the true head
coach, with no more "interim"
status, Kelley is more worried
about other things.
"The being-nervous part of
it's over; I'm kind of a nervous
guy all the way around anyway
so I'm used to it," Kelley said.
"What I'm really worried
about is making sure that we
start showcasing the hard
work we've been doing to get
ready for this. I'm tired of talk-
ing about how hard we've
worked. I want us to show it."

Cougars Prepare With

Blue-Vs.-Gold Game

Their intrasquad scrim-
mage was treated more or less
like an NFL preseason game -
get the starters some playing
time, but then get them out to
avoid injuries.
That will not be the
approach Friday when the
Durant Cougars suit up
against a different opponent,
hosting the King Lions in a
preseason kickoff classic.
"We have a young lineup
and they need to play their
way into it, and obviously the
more reps they get the more
that will help," said Durant
head coach Mike Gottman.
"The only thing is you'd hate
to lose somebody to injury."
Durant was able, with the
exception of a couple of minor
scrapes, to avoid injury in Sat-
urday night's Blue vs. Gold
game. The contest featured
one half of the varsity team
members going at it, followed
by a half of the JV players get-
ting reps.
Gottman was pleased that

the first-team offense was able
to pile up about 250 yards in
just the one half, with perhaps
more than expected coming
via the air. Austin Devall threw
a touchdown pass to Damon
Kolanowski. But 188 yards did
come on the ground and full-
back Travis Ellis had a long
scoring run.
"We didn't want to get too
banged up;, we've just not got
the depth," said Gottman,
explaining why he kept the
varsity players in for just two
quarters for the scrimmage.
This Friday, King comes to the
Ron Frost Athletic Complex
and Gottman said, "We'll see
how it plays out," as far as how
long the starters stay in.
The Cougars did commit
one turnover in the scrim-
mage, also fumbling another
ball but recovering it. That and
five penalties are the two stats
Gottman hopes the team can
correct on Friday.
"The offense moved the ball
at times. As for the defense,
they have to keep the ball in
front of them, not give up the
big play."
Durant kicks off the regular
season next week against its
rival, Plant City.


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Former Cougar Comes

Home To Coach

Since being a four-year
starter at Florida State, a coach
at a Tallahassee high school
and the sports information
director at Eckerd College,
Dawn Hough is back home -
and back where she really
wants to be.
"This was, and is, my dream
job," said Hough, a former
Durant volleyball standout
who is a few weeks into her
first season as the team's new
head coach. Hough was a
member of two state runner-
up Cougar teams, then went
on to play for the Seminoles.
Having been a part of some
great clubs and keeping an eye
on Durant as it went on to win
three state titles, Hough is
aware the program has been a
bit down, not making the state
tournament the last couple of
years. And looking at this
year's team, while Hough does
not have state-championship
aspirations, she is excited.
"You'd have to say it's a
rebuilding year, but saying
that, it is going to be a very,
very good team," Hough said.
"We have so much potential.
There are some new players,
so we have a bit of inexperi-
Her first experience with
the team was very encourag-
ing. There was no actual vol-
leyball activity allowed for the
first few days of practice, and
so the only thing the team
could work on was condition-
ing. That meant being outside
in the heat.
"The gym area wasn't quite
ready so we had to be outside
- sprints, running suicides, all
that stuff," Hough said. "They
weren't used to doing so much
conditioning, going that hard.
It was a wake-up call for sure,
but no one complained. They
have such great attitudes."
Durant does have some
returning players, namely
setter Alexa Donini, Kelly
Cheek and Stephanie Euko--
vich. A number of players,
many of them the tall, athletic
sort that Hough can certainly
work with, are up from last
year's undefeated junior-var-
sity team.
Hough, who stands 6-foot-
2, can lead by example on the
court but only to a point. Inju-
-ries beset Hough through var-


ious stages of her career
(1999-2002) at Florida State.
She had knee, hand and foot
"The worst was the stress
fractures, which basically
ruined my foot," Hough said.
"The bones were basically
crushed, which can be a bit
irritating. So I try not to jump
too much these days that's
what my assistants are for."
After coaching the JV team
for one year at Leon High, Tal-
lahassee's top volleyball
school, Hough went on to
Eckerd in St. Pete. But as soon
as she had her teaching certif-
icate, Hough got the job at
The Cougars opened up
Wednesday night at Bloo-
mingdale and host Brandon
tonight. The district schedule
kicks off Tuesday with the
toughest opponent in Class
6A-District 8,. Sarasota River-
view. The Rams won the dis-
trict the last two seasons
(marking the first two times
Durant had not done so) and
went on to the state semifi-
nals, losing to .eventual 6A
champ Winter Park.
Plant City had two presea-
son games last week in a tour-
nament at Lakeland High.
Though the Raiders lost to
both Auburndale and Lake-
land Christian, head coach
Misti Neutzling came away
with the feeling she wanted to
"I found out that -we have
the potential to be a great
team," said Neutzling. "Not in
the results on the scoreboard.
My philosophy this year, it's
all about process and not the
The Raiders have two"
returning seniors, Rena
Rheaume and Ashley Mohler.
Plant City hosts Jefferson
tonight and has its first district
game at home Tuesday vs.

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delivery 727-505-8738 very little. $350 Exc. Checks, all Credit $350 813-664-0435 Televisions. lease B & B OUTLET Memory Foam Mattress
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Microsoft Office applica
Immediate opening for
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mail resume to this adn-
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an equal Opportunity
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earning commissions
on a per copy basis.
Early morning hours
and all day Sundays.
For information call (813)
627-4722 or e-mail us at
om (no attachments).
Please reference "IC
Hawking" in the subject
"All newspaper hawkers
are Independent Con-
tractors, not employees
of The Tampa Tribune"

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(( Legal Notices ))
CASE #BOA-2006-16
The Petition of
Henderson Properties
Public Notice is hereby
given that the Board of
Adjustment of the City of
Plant City, Florida, will
hold a public hearing on
Tuesday, August 22,
2006, at 1:30 P.M. atthe
Nettie Berry Draughon
Municipal Building in the
council room auditorium
located at 302 West
Reynolds Street, Plant
City, Florida The pur-
pose of this hearing is to
hear an appeal by peti-
tioner, David Henderson
of Henderson Properties,
requesting a variance
from the Plant City Code,
Section 102-1773, to al-
low apole sign to a
height of 120, a variance
of 85'; and signs equal to
391.9 squarefeet(sf), a
variance of 141.9 sf. The
property is located at 1-4
& Thonotosassa Rd, in a
C-1A, Neighborhood
Business zoning district.
All persons are advised
that if a person decides
to appeal any decision
made by the Board of
Adjustment with respect
to any matter which is
considered at-such meet-
in he will need a record
ofthe proceeding and
for such purpose 6e may
need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the
proceeding is made,
which record includes
the testimony and evi-
dence-upon which the
appeal is to be based.

Julie Ham
NO; 4728 8/17/2006

CASE #BOA-2006-15
The Petition of
David Davenport
Public Notice is hereby
given that the Board of
adjustment of the City of
Plant City, Florida, will
hold a public hearing on
Tuesd August 22,
2006, a1:30P.M. at the
Nettle Berry Draughon
Municipal Building in the
council room auditorium
located at 302 West
Reynolds Street, Plant
City, Florida The pur-
pose of this hearing is to
near an appeal by peti-
tioner, David Davenport,
requesting variance
from the Plant City Code,
Section 102-268, to allow
to build on a non-
conforming lot The
property is located at 10
N Edwards St., in an R-l,
Single-family zoning dis-
trict All persons are ad-
vised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Board
of Adjustment with re-
spec to any matter
which is considered at
such meeting he will
need a record of the pro-
ceeding, and for such
purpose he may need to
ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceeding
is made which record in-
cludes the testimony and
evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.

Julie Ham


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Case No: 06-DR-13397
Division: R
Amy Jaipersad
Mary Elizabeth
Bontrager, Respondent
To: Mary Bontrager. last
known address: 1206
Cannon Farm Rd, Walnut

(( Legal Notices ])
Grove, Ga
an action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
Amy Jaipersad whose
address is 3661 futch
Loop, Plant City, Florida
33566 on or before Sep-
tember 4, 2006 and file
the original with the
clerk of this Court at 800
E. Twiggs Street, Tampa,
Florida 33602 or P.O.Box
3450, Tampa, Florida
33601 before service on
Petitioner or immediate-
ly thereafter. If you fail
to do so, a default may
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, in-
cluding orders, are avail-
able at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office.
You may review these
documents upon re-
You must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's of-
fice notified of your cur-
rent address. (You may
file Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Family Law
Form 12.915) Future pa-
pers in this lawsuit will
be mailed to the address
on record at the clerk's
WARNING: Rule 12.285
Florida Family Law Rules
of Procedure, requires
certain automatic disclo-
sure of documents and
information. Failure to
comply can result in
sanctions, including dis-
missal or striking of
Dated July 31, 2006
Ellen P. Neubaum
Deputy Clerk
No: 4623 8/17,24,31

Pursuant to Ch 713.78
Below said vehicles to be
auctioned to satisfy tow-
ing and storage liens at:
Brewington's Towing
302 E. Calhoun St
Plant City, Fl 33566
Phone: 813-754-6300
Friday, August 18th,
2006 at 12:00 NOON
1998 Chevy PK
1995 Mazda 4dr
1997 Mitsubishi 2dr
1995 Chevy 2dr
1994 Toyota PK
1990 Chevy 4dr
1993 Dodge Van
1997 Dodge PK
1995 Ford 4dr
Section 1. As required by
Section 166.041,Florida
Statutes and other ap-
plicable law, the City
Commission of the City
of Plant City, FlIorida,
does hereby give notice
of the proposed enact-
ment of an ordinance en-
Section 2. The proposed
enactment of said ordi-
nance, following second
reading, shall be consid-
ered by the City Commis-
sion aits meeting in the
Sadye Gibbs Martin Au-
ditorium of the Nettle
Berry Draughon Munici-
gal Building, 302 West
Reynolds Street (City
Hall), Plant City, lorida,
on August 28,2006 at
7:30 P.M., or as soon
thereafter as the matter
may be heard, at which
time interested parties
and citizens may appear
and be heard with re-
spect to the proposed
Section 3. All person are
advised that ifa person
decides to appeal any
decision made by the
City Commission with re-

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spect to any matter con- ordinance may be in- said ordinance shall be RESOLUTION NO C A r -lANEIGHBORHOOD
sidered at such meeting, spected by the public at published in the Courier, RES ect NOrequired BUSINESS DISTRICT TO
he will need a record of the office of the City issue of August 17, 2006 171-2006 Section 166.041, Florida C-U COMMUNITY UNIT
the proceedings, and for Clerk at the Nette Berry A RESOLUTION PROVID- cable and other ap- DISTRICT IN ACCORD-
such purpose ne may Drauahon Municipal Apoted by the City Corn- ING NOTICE OF PRO I- pi law, the City ANCE WITH THI E GENER-
need to ensure that a Building, 302 West mission on August 14, POSED ENACTMENT OF commission of the City AL SITE DEVELOPMENT-
verbatim record of the Reynolds Street, Plant 2006. AN ORDINANCE BY THE of Plant City, Floridace MUNTY UNPLANT RICT
proceedings is made, City, FLorida. CITY COMMISSION OF does hereby give notice MUNITY UNIT DISTRICT
which record includes JOHN L. DICKS THE CITY OF PLANT of the proposed enact- AS FILED IN THE OFFICE
the testimony and evi- Section 5. This resolu- MAYOR-COMMISSIONER CITY FLORIDA AS RE- ment of an ordinance en- OF THE CITY CLERKI
dence upon which the tion, as notice of.the QUIRED BY SECTION titled: Section 2. The proposed
appeal is to be based. peo osed enactment of ATTEST: 66.041, FLORIDA STAT- AN ORDINANCE OF THE enactment of sai ori-
sastorinance shalorl beor UTES AND OTHER APPL-BY THE TheY OF PLANoposed enactme ncet posed ord ing second
Section. Inaccordance published in the Courier, VIRGINIA L tHELPER CABLE LAW. F A Ao nD AiNde alr, antlle cNi s serid
with the Americans with issue of August 17, 2006 CITY CLERK CFLORIDA, AMENDIN readig, shall be consid-
Disabilities Act any per- WHEREAS, this City SECTION 58-69 REGARD- ered by the City Commis-
son with a disability re- Apotd by the CitCoApApproved as to form and Commission has on this ING RATES FOR sin upon the conclu-
quiring resaonable ac- mission on August 14, correctness: date read for first read- COMPACTOR SERVICE; sion of the public hear-
commodation in order to 2006. log the proposed ord- PROVIDING FOR SEVERA- ing provided in Section 4
participate in this meet- KENNETH W. BUCHMAN nance hereinafter refer- BILITY; AND PROVIDING hereof.
ing soul call the City JOHN L DICK CITY ATTORNEY red to; now therefore FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE, n
Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at MAYOR-COMMISSIONER Section3. Thepro-
least 48 hours prior to NO; 4752 8/17/2006 BE IT RESOLVED BY THE The proposed enactment posed ordinance may be
the public earn. ATTEST: CITY COMMISSION OFan said ordinance, fol- inspected by the public
osed vacateHE CITY OF PLANT lowin second reading, at which Ber office of the City
Section 5. This resolu- VIRGINIA L. HELPER CITY, FLORIDA: shall be considered by Clerk at theNettie Berry
tion, as notice of the CITY CLERKCITY, FLORIDARE- Athe City Commission at Drauhon Municipal
vlrmtxpeoposed enactment ofS 1 q ir ts meeting in the Sadye Building, 302 West
sai ordinance shall be Approved as to form and Section 1. As required bya Gibbs Martin Auditorium Reynolds Street (C ity
published in the Courier, cor rectness: T A T R p TeSection 166.041, Florida ye ity, or
published in the Courier, correctness: NO RESOLUTION NO Statutes and other ap- of the Nette Berry Ha), Plant C
issue of August 17, 2006 W. BUCHMAN 170-2006 plicable lawthe City Draughon Municipal
SCommission of A the C Building,302 West Section 2 eso4. The City Corn-
S diection 6. The City Clerk CITY ATTORNEY A RESOLUTION PROVID- o f Plant City, Floria, Reynolds Street (City mission will hold a public
of this resolution to each NO; 4753 8/17/2006 POSED ENACTMENT OF of the proposed enact- on August 28,2006 at nance at its meetings in
A .y owner whose AN ORDINANCE BY THE ment of an ordinance en- thereafter asthe matter Auditorium of the Netti
and adoins th ne pro- CITY COMMISSION OF titled:7 ros o e s a
posed vacated street, byTHE CITY OF PLANTOf t may be heard, at which BerryDraughon Munici-
reference to the latestadTHCIT FANTRE- ANORDINAtime interested parties pal uildinB 302 West
re tax records. t lts CE ITY, YORDA THE cn itize ns may appear Reynolds trret Plant
66041, 6FLORIDA STAT- FLORIDA CREATIGSEC- and be heard with re- City, Florida, on August
ApotedbytheCity Com- UTES AND OTHER APPLI TON 1-15, PLANT CITY aspect to the proposed 28, 2006 at 7:30C.m., or
mission on Augus14, RESOLUTION NO CABLE LAW. CODE PROHIBITING THE oridnance. as soon thereatteras the
2006. 169-2006 USE OF PROVISIONS IN S matter maybe heard, at
WHEREAS, this City CONTRACTS WHEREBY Section 2. All person are which time interested
JOHN L. DICKS A RESOLUTION PROVID Commission as on THE CTY AGREES TO IN- advised that a person parties and citizens mayor
MAYOR-COMMISSIONER ING NOTICE OF PRO- date read for first read- DEMNIFY OR OBTAIN IN- decides to appeal any appear and be heard
POSED ENACTMENT OF ing the proposed ordi- SU N FORTHE BENE decision mae bythe with respecttothepro-

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE tenpofpsdordi nn3M ptl D b iite cans tr theestFOorHandvi du
ATTEST: AN ORDINANCE BY THE nance hereinafter refer- FIT OF ANY OTHER PAR- ity Commission with re- posed ordinances.
CITY COMMISSION OF redto now therefore TY TOHE CONTRACit speon with a disab re- dence upon which the
VIRGINIA L. HELPER THE CITY OF PLANT Plant Florida qrngre at sucanabee SectionS. All person are
RESLE NO CITY, FLORIDA: PROVIDING FO he will need a record o advised that Ina person
CiTY CLERK CITY FLORIDA AS RE- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SEVERABILIYT; AND the proceedings, and for decides to appeal any

Section 1A As required by 7:30ov, odras soon r ng should call the Cit with the Americans with
1N6 60T41EOOFPRO- Stesl66d T D PRO- e a rA eastF4-8t ours rar to t ewisn dmsabilty te
~~URYTCITY COMMISSION OF PROVIDING F of Plant City, Florida, FIREWORKSPROVIDING ecttoteroosed Section 4. The proposed participate in this meet-F-
ApprovTHE CITY OF PLANT does hereby give notice FTHE CITY OF PLANT FECTIVE DATE. suc rpose e may decision mad call the
correctness: UTES AND OTHER APPLI CITY, FLORIDA: EF- eted by thepublic at City Commission with re-
THERAPP CABLE LAW. The proposed enactment verbatirecrd of the spectto any matter con-
KENNETH W. BUCHMAN Section 1. As required by of said ordinance fol- proceedings is made, sidered at such meeting
CITY ATTORNEY WHEREAS, this City Sectio 166.041 Floria owin secondredin whichrecord includes he will need a record o
Commission has on this StatutesB and other i0 ap- shall e the testimony and poevi-c t he proceedings, anl d for
NO; 4754 8/17/2006 for first read- licable aw, the Cit the Commissio at dence upon hi ch the such urpose e may
ing the proposed ordi- F commission of the ity itsh in the S a s Toe oe eed (1 eqnure the

a i o nance hereinafter refer- I TmEN of tC m eetn in d thGeSae' appeal is to be basLed ncion Clhensure that a
n e Uner R of Plant City, Floridna, Gibbs Mart in Auditorium verbatim record of the
red to; now therefore does hereby give notice of the, Nettle err a Section 3. In accordance proceedings is made,
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ment o an ordinance en- Builn, 302s Disabilities Act any per- the testimony and evi-
CITY COMMISSION OF titled: Reynolds Street (City son with a disabilty re dence upon which the
THE CITY OF PLANT Ha)a, Plant City, Floirda, during resaonabe ac- appeal is to be based.
RESOLUTION NO CITY, FLORIDA: AN ORDINANCE OF THE on August 28,2006 at cmmodaetion in order to
16-2006 CITY OF PLANT CITY, 7:30 P.M., or as soon participate in this met- Section 6. In accordance
Section 1. As required by FLOR DA, AMENDING thereafter as the matter ing soul call the City with the Americans with
A RESOLUTION PROVID- Section 166.041, Florida SECTION 102-1430, may be heard, at which Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at Disabilities Act any per-
ING NOTICE OF PRO- Statutes and other ap- PLANT CITY CODE, PRO- time interested parties least 48 hours prior to son with a disability re-
POSED ENACTMENT OF plicable law, the City HIBITING SEASONAL and citizens may appear the public hearing. quiring resaonable ac-
AN ORDINANCE BY THE Commis sion f th OR SALES OF and be ohearo with re- commo ation in orer toh
CITY COMMISSION OF of Plant City, Florida, FIREWORKS; PROVIDING aspect to the proposed Stion 4. The proposed participate intuhs me et-
THE CITY OF PLANT does hereby give notice FOR SEVERABILITY- AND ordnance. c t bei in t e-
CITY, FLORIDA AS RE- of the proposed enact- PROVIDING FOR AN EF- ected by the public at Clerk at (13) 659-42Uiat
UIRED BY SE ON met of an ordinance en FECTIVE DATE. Section Allerson are e office of the City least 48 hours prior to
166.041R FLORIDASTAT- titled: a e AE advised that i a person Clerk at the Nettle Berry the public hearing.
UTESAND OTHER APPL The proposed enactment decies to a pealan Drauon Municipal
CABLE LAW. ANd ORPDINANCE OF THE o saidordinanceol-n ecibon ni ey me Build ing, 302 West Section 7. At the public
CITY OF PLANT CITY, lowin second reading, City Commission withre- Reynolds Street, Plant hearing referred in Sec-
WHEREAS, this City FLORIDA, CREATING' lsona seconsidered y spe ct to any matter i con- City, FLorida. tion 4 herein, all speak-
Commission as on this CHAPTER 35 PLANT CITY e co io s m rs shal be limited to
date read for first read- CODE; REGARDING THE its meetn in the Sanye he wi s need a record oP Section 5. This resolu- three (3) minutes, unless
ing the proposed ordi- SALE AND USE OF FIRE Gibbs Main Auditorium the proceedings, and for tion, as notice of the the speaker requests the
nance hereinafter refer- WORKS WITHIN THE of the rNettlie Berry such purpose he mayepeosed enactment of City rk for additional
red to; now therefore CITY PROVIDING FOR Drau non Municipal need to ensure that a sai orCinance shall be time no less than forty-
DE TIONSPROVI Builing, 302 West verbatim record of the published in theCourier, eight (48 hoursprior to
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SINS FOR E SALE Reynols Street (City proceedingssis madeie, issue of August 17, 2006 said pubc hearing. i
CITY COMMISSION OF AND STORAGE OF SPAR Ha Plant City Florida, wic record includes the event speakers) re-
THE CITY OF PLANT KLERS; PROHIBITING THE on August 28, 6 at the testimony Apoted by the City Com- quest additional time the
CITY, FLORIDA: USE O FIREWORKS- 730 P.M., or as soon dence upon hich the mission on August 14, determination of the
PROVIDING FOR EXaEP- thereafter as the matter appea is to bease. 2006. amount of time to be al -
Section 1. As required by TIONS, PERMITS AND may be heard, at which lOLowed shall be at the dis-
Section 166.041, Florida REGULATIONS REoUIR- time interested parties Section 3. In accordae JOHN L D ICKS creation of the Mayor, but
Statutes a other ap- ING VENDORSO PRO- and citizens ma appear with the Americans with re nospeaker shall general-
licable law, the City VIDE RECIEPTS; REQUIR- and be heard with re- Disabilities Actany per- eallowe more thans
commission of the City ING THE PRINTINGF RESOLUTION AT of the it een (15) minutes.

suc purpose e may son with a dis re- ATTEST ING NOTICE OF PRO- me nt of an-ordinance en- A
of Plant City, Florihat a quirLABELING DESIGNATING ordnance POSED ENACTMonable ac-OF titleand the substance M ng toraeo
does hereby givof the cFIREWOmmo S ASDANGER- commoation in order toELPER AN ORDINANCE BY THE of which is: land i r
of the proposed enact- OUS PRODUCTS- PRO- Section 2. All person are Cparticipate in this meet- O CIT E Ltion .Ts nce yr sati-
ment of an ord finance en- VIDING FOR TH SSU advised that i person ioul call nthe C ANORDANCE AMEND- rns o e
Rthtles-m decides to appeal any Clerk at (813) 659-420 at approved as to form and ordinance shall be pub-
UIRINGVENDORTO decision made by the least 48 hours prior to correctness.:... listed in the Courier is-
AN ORDINANCE OF THE ROVDE EVIDENCE OF City Commission withre- the public hearing. sue of August 17, 20Realty
FLORIDA,AMENDIN FOR PENA 4. IESThe PROVID- sere at suc meeting, S Lon 4. The p proposed CITY ATORNE Apoted by the City Com-
ARTICLE IV OF CHAPTER ING FOR SEVERABILITY- he will need a record eoe orona e prope mission on August 14,
66 PLANT CITY CODE AND PROVIDING FOR A CITYCODEeedSOd TO Enhaordinance mance your Clay ssie in-fied

CDisabilities Act a per- seated by t ublic at N0d4749 8/17/2006 WHEREASd by this City CHANGE THE ZONING Ad with Click & Buy.2006.
son with purpose may disab re- the officeoice of the is This online service
"OCCUPATIONAL LI- need to ensure that a Clerk at the Nettle ie Beerry MAYOR-COMMISSIONERdate read for first read- PARCEL OF LAND
commodation in order to Draughon Municipal ingverbatim record of the Drauhon Municipalmore information to
TAX" DE NING THE o sai ordinance, o- proceedingsis ade, Bullin, 302 West nance herenaer reer- STREET, SOTH OF intad
TEg shouldRECEIPT AS IT lowin second reading, which record includes Reynos Street, Plant red to; now therefore REYNOLDS STREET EAST EST:hoto
RELATES TO BUSINESS shal b659-420 at e consider. OFy the testimonyand evi- City, FLorxt a.
TAXES- AMENDING PRO- the City Commission at dence upon which the VIRGINIA L. HELPER

leas~t48 hours prior to UBE IT RESOLVED BY THE AND NORTH OF CSX and vibrant muNO
VISION TO CONFIRM its meeting in theSaye appeal is to e ase. Section. This resolu- CITY COMMISSION OF RESOAILROAD FROM R-2 C iTY CLERK
WITH CHAPTER 205, Gibbs Main Auitorium CITY OF PLANT MULTIPLE FAMILY a fixed price,he
FLORIDA STATUTES of theNette Berry Section 3. In accordance ITYo, FLORIDA: DWELLING DISTRICT AND or let buyers bid
PROVIDING FOR SDVRA- Dre unon Municipal with the Americans with sai ordinance shall be IR NOLTIC E F PRO-I D correctness:
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Reynol s Street City, son with a disability re- issuedof inuustr17, 2006 .POSED.ENACTMENT.OF KENNETH W. BUCHMAN
Hal), Plant Ci ,oCity, na o uiith a dsaonbilitya- Aug ,2 AN AMENDMENT TO THE CITY ATTORNEY
Squiring reasonable ac- ZONING ORDINANCE OF
The proposed enactment on August 28,2006 at commodation in order to Apoted by the City Coi n- HEZOINGORDINANCE NOF
lowing second reading, thereafter as the matter ig should call te Cit 2006 CITY, FLORIDA.
shall be considered by may be heard, at which Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at
the City Commission at time interested parties least 48 hours prior to JOHN L. DICKS WHEREAS, this City
its meeting in the Sadye and citizens may appear the public hearing. MAYOR-COMMISSIONER Cm si ha s on tis
Gibbs Marin Auditorium and be heard with re- date read for first read-
of the Nettle Berry spect to the proposed Section 4. The proposed ATTEST: ing the proposed ordi-
Drauphon Municipal ordnance. ordinance may be in- nance hereinafter refer-
Building, 302 West soected by the public at VIRGINIA L HELPER red to; and
Revnolds Street (Cit. Section 2. All person are te ofce of the Cit
Hayl), Plant Ciylora, advised that ifa person Clerk io the.ity CITY CLERK WHEREAS, Plant Fruit
on August 28,2006 at decides to appeal any Draughon Municipal Approved as to form and Company has initiated a
thereafter as the matter City Commission with re- ReynolIs Street, Plant mapcrese station of a
may be heard, at which spect to any mattercon- City, FLorida. KENNETH W. BUCHMAN areore; now
time interested parties sidered at such meeting, CITY ATTORNEY therefore
and citizens may appear he will need a record o Section S. This resolu-
and be heard wifh re- theproceedings, and for tion, as notice of the NO; 4750 8/17/2006 BEIT RESOLVED BY THE
spec to the proposed SUCh purpose he may peaoosed enactment of CITY COMMISSION OF FINANCIAL
ordnance. need to ensure that a sali ordinance shall be THE CITY OF PLANT
verbatim record ofdthe published in the Courier, CITY, FLORIDA:
advised thatlif aeperson whichnrecord includes issue of August 17,2006 Section 1. As required by ( Business for Sale J1
decides to appeal any the testimony and evi- Apoted by the City Coa- Section 166.041. lorida.
decision made by the dence upon which the mission on August 14, Statutes and hap- MUST Sell Dollar Store,
City Commission with re- appeal Is to be based. 2006. IMUSSelDllaOSticable law, the 0 ore
aspect to any matter con- RESOLUTION NO commission of the ity '813-390-0667
sidered at such meetin, Section 3. In accordance JOHN L. DICKS 172-2006 of Plant City, Florid
he will need a record oa with the Americans with MAYOR-COMMISSIONER A RESOLUTION PROVID- oes hereby given MAKE ON THE
tuch rose ne may son with a disability reieAcTaypr ING NOTICE OF PRO- meant of an-ordinance en- SUNBELT IGRATION!
need a ensure that a quiring resaonable ac- POSED ENACTMENT OF titled, and the substance Moving St co. +
verbatim record of the commodation in order to VIRGINIA L -ELPER AN ORDINANCE BY THE of which is: land. 25 rs. vibrant biz
proceedings is made, participate in this meet- CITY CLERK CITY COMMISSION OF nets $5 Ok+ yr. Nat'l
which record includes ing should call the CiTy THE CITY OF PLANT AN ORDINANCE AMEND- franchise, outside RV &
the testimony and evi- Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at Approved as to form and CITY, FLORIDA AS RE- ING THE DISTRICT BOUN- boat storage. Turn-key,
dence upon which the least 48 hours prior to correctness: OUIRED BY SECTION DARIES OF THE ZONING room to expand $4.85m
appeal is to be based. the public hearing. -66.041 FLORIDA STAT- MAP OF PLANT CITY Arthur Kowitz Realty
Section 3. In accordance Section 4. The proposed KENNETHAW. BUCHMAN UTES ANDLOTHER APPLI- yFLORIDA,IAS ENACED0 (386)212-1557
with the Americans with ordinance may be in- CITY CODE, SO AS TO Enhance your Classified
Disabilities Act. any per- spected by the public at NO; 4749 8/17/2006 WHEREAS, this City CHANGE THE ZONING Ad with Click & Buy.
son with a disability re- the office of the City Commission has on this CLASSIFICATION OF A This online service
quiring resaonable ac- Clerk at the Nettle Berry date read for first read- PARCEL OF LAND LOCAT- allows you to add
commodation in order to Draughon Municipal Ing the proposed ordi- ED WEST OF BARANCE more information to
participate in-this meet- Building,302 West nance hereinafter refer- STREET, SOUTH OF
ing shou call te City Reynolds Street, Plant red to; now therefore REYNOLDS STREET EAST your print ad with
Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at City, FLorida. OF ALEXANDER STREET expanded text, photos

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Unfurnished JJ
3br/2ba/2cg, 1500 sf
hm, appis, cul-de-sac,
Ig lot near Crosstown,
$129/mo. 727-204-3796
APTS $150/wk. Also
HOUSES for rent
furn/unfurnished, wkiy
monthly. 813-217-5795
(Spanish: 813-774-4696)
HYDE PARK 406 Azeele,
2br,2ba, granite, mint,
W/b,SS appls, all up-
grades. 2 blocks to
Bayshore $1975 or lease
option. 813-283-1193 ext

2br, 1.5ba, CHA garage,
$1500/mo plus security
most util paid. Avail
Sept 1st. 813-610-6022
Beautiful upscale
condos for rent. 2 & 3
bedrooms. Rent to
own specials up to
1/2 of your monthly
rent applied to your
Call 813-866-4000

1br,lba & 2br,2ba avail
next to USF. Please call:
or 786-251-6604

1 & 2 bedrooms
Call Diana:
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BRANDON Courtney
Palms luxury 2br, 2ba,
condo, gated, pool, club-
house. water view,
near 175 & Crosstown.
$1000/mo. 941-714-0778
BRANDON near X-way,
2/2.5, 2 Master suites,
gated, great for house
mates, 1500sf, scrn
porch.- $1175 inci water
/cable. 813-651-1518
front, w/ astounding
view...Totally REMOD-
ELED, lbr, Iba 1st floor
ammen incl. $50/mo
LAND 0 LAKES Valencia
Gardens. Gated commty,
5/3 2400 sf, 2 story, new
landscaping& carpet, Irg
master bah, $1850/mo.
Call (813) 467-7072.
/month newly remod-
eled, hardwood, w/d,
walk in closets, gated.
Ideal for macdil afb,
down town or bridge ac-
cess (813)902-9759
Key, 1 br 1 ba, 800sq ft,
gated community fit-
ness center, watenront
no pets, $900. Mark:
[((Houses Unfurnished))
2br, 2ba, lcg in
Convingyon Park, avail
Sept lst, $1050/mo
+ utilitities. Call Tom
APOLLO Beach, Water-
front Pool Home, pri-
vate boat ramp. Deep
salt water canal, direct
access to bay.
$2250/mo 813-767-4571
Sub., 3br. 2ba, possible
lease option
$1595/mo. 407-247-1439
BRANDON 3br 2.Sba lcg
waterfront, 1600+ SF,
Lakewood & Lumsden.
$1295 mo. 1st, last, sec
same. No pets. Avail
immed. 813-763-3800.
BRANDON, Pool, 2cg,
split 3br, 2ba, new
paint inside, carpet,
range & micro, 21
Calm Dr. $1,500/mo +
$1500 dep. 813-969-0309
Rent to Own Spacious
1900 sf, Built in 2000.
3br/2ba/2cg. Covred pa-
tio, fncd yard. $1500
mo. obo. (813) 494-0959
CITRUS Park, two-story,
4 br 2.5 ba, 3000 sq.
ft., fireplace, 2cg, pool,
cul-de-sac, Ig fenced
yard 2400$/mo
CORK area 3br, CB, w/
CHA, on Irg treed
country lot spotless
condo. $1175/mo + sec.
GRAND OAKS- $1200mo
Junction 54 & 175/275
1 yr old 3br, 2ba, 2cg
w/formal DR & eat-in
kitchen. Sec sys & all
appls incl. 813-766-2554
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LAND 0 Lakes
Connerton, Stunning! Up-
grades Galore! 4br,3
.ba, 3438 sq. ft., pool,
spa, cul-de-sac, water-
front, gated comm., For
Rent $4750 Or Sale
$799,900 (813)294-4464
PLANT CITY Walden Lake
gated commty 3br/2ba/
2cg. Near schools, Fire-
place, Huge bonus rm &
extra storage large
shaded lot. $1360/mo +
$1300 dep. and 1 year
lease. Call 813-659-3480
PLANT City Walden
Lakes, 3br, 2ba, 2cg,
deep lot w/many up-
rades, $1450mo & dep.
Professional Prop.Mgmt
813-747-1128 ext 202
4210 Thistle Terrace Ln.
4br, 3ba, 3339sf new
firs, SS appls. $2750mo
ind lawn/pool svc. Pro-
fessiona Prop. Mgmt.
813-747-1128 ext 202
Avail now. 4br/2ba/2cg
1900 SF, W/D incl.
Immac. home, close to
175 & Crosstown.
$1350/mo. 813-748-5545
RUSKIN New home, 2087
sq ft, 4R8 2BA 2CG,
comm. pool, waterfront
$1475 mo. 1st & last.
Pets ok. Available now.
brand new home 4 br,
2ba, 2000 sq.ft., ap-
plances, $1250

VALRICO Buckhorn Es-
tates, 2300sf, 4br, 3ba,
2cg, screened pool, new
$16007mo. 1st mo + sec
req. 3003 Sprawling
Oaks PI. 407-808-2643
WESLEY Chapel, 1745 sf,
seasonal rental availa-
ble. Pets allowed. Ca-
ble & lawn maint includ-
ed. 3br 2ba 2cg, $1500
mo. 727-686-8055.
[(Manufactured Homes))
DURANT area MH's rent
to own $2500 down.
813-737-4321 after 6PM.
[ Rooms for Rent ))
DAYS-INN Plant City
301 S. Frontage Rd
$279. + Tax. Subject to
available 813-752-0570
WEB #1793511

APTS $150/wk. Also
HOUSES for rent,
furn/unfurnished, wkly/
monthly. 813-217-5795
(Spanish: 813-774-4696)
[( Townhouses }}

4br,2.5ba, 2cg, 1900sf,
large yard, 1 block from
Bayshore. $1800 + de-
posit. 813-514-6809
Gandy. 3 br, 2 ba, 2000
SFI000 SF garage,
$1700 per Call 813-961-
3504 or 813-949-0278

[( Vacation / Resort))
Ridges Resort & Club.
Bed& Breakfast at Our
Beautiful Lakeside
Mountain Resort in
SHiawassee GA. $99-
weekday to $139.


Campers / Travel
Cr Trailers JJ
25' 2003 Sandpiper
Toyhauler self con-
tained, gen, outside
shower, awn $16,500
obo 813-716-2386
26 ft, Coachman Futura
2000 sleeps 6 w/bunk
beds. All the extras.
Exc. cond. $11,000
OBO (813)752-011
32' 2005 Keystone Bunk-
house, Like New Condi-
tion, Looks good! Ready
to Go! $8,800 obo
35' ALPHA IDEAL 5th whi
'98r 3 slides, W/D, dbl
refrig, sec syst. & more,
book value $25K+,
make offer 813-690-0063
[(Motor Homes/RVs))
21' Gulfstream 1998
36,300 mi, AC, micro, A-
1 cond. new gen, good
tires, Roadmaster tow
dolly. $20K 813-681-3631
25' Winnebago Warrior,
class A, 1995. 39k orig
miles, extra clean, Orig
owner; stored inside
$12,000. 813-997-0838

((Motor Homes / RVs))
-27' 1988 Allegro, Sips 8,
Dual Air, Gen, Rear Bed,
New Tires, 30K Orig. Mi,
1 Owner, Exc C:ond.
$8,900 813-453-0124
31' 2006 Winnebago
Class C w/ slide-out,
12k mi, self cont, gen,
CHA, full kitch, bath,
TV, DVD, rear br .
Coach, chassis warr.
$65,800 813-763-6020
32' 1993 Ambassador
330Q, 230 hp, Cummins
diesel, Onan quiet die-
sel gen. New air, new
fridge w/icemaker
many extras. $37,000
obo. Call 813-477-7093.
888-Bates RV Nearly
600 Airstream Jayco
Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tpa.
[(Recreational Rental))
A/C Sink Stove Frig.
Call Lynn to reserve
813.546.1827 www.popup
[ RV Storage ))
FOWLER & 1-75
RV's/Boats Autos,
Secure $50/mo.
Happy Traveler RV Park
STORAGE 5515 Cause-
way Blvd, RVs Cars,
Trucks, Trirs. $50/mo.
Riverview, Brandon,
Valrico 813-220-1538

RVs / Campers 11
40' 2006 MONACO Diplo-
mat 1700 mi, 4 slides,
$215k or take over pay-
ments. 239-989-2057 or
Iv msg at 239-415-0863
Used Travel Trailer
or 5th Wheel.
Will Pay Cash!
Call (727) 459-3856.
[[ Spas & Hot Tubs )

Moves & Repairs
Any Hot Tub
[( Watersports ))
JET SKIS, 3 seaters,
1999 Yamaha 760 &
2001 Seadoo w/double
trailer & storage box,
jackets, tube & rope,
g reat cond., $6,900 obo.
650cc & 1989 SP 580cc,
great condition, runs
well double trailer,
$2,500. 813-933-3773
900STX 3 person Jetski
1 yr full warranty on all
parts. Many extas
$6995 obo. 813-545-4757
(2) Yamaha waverunners
'05 VX110 Deluxe, blue,
under 24hrs ea, must
sell, moving out of state
$11,900 863-446-1490
[[ Boats ))
10' Zodiac 2002 "ZOOM"
Hard-bottom Inflatable
RIB $2000 OBO
Complete- Free Motor
(813) 433-4316
13' Gheenoe, galvanized
trailer, 5hp Nissan out-
board, portable depth
finder/fishfinder extras
$1500. 352-588-2667
15' 1976 MCKEE CRAFT,
new canopy, 40HP mo-
tor, trailer, complete,
$2,800. Call after 5pm::
16'DuckBoat, 2001,
custom made, 25HP
Godevil, shorelander
trailer, blind, two
large sacks of decoys,
all in excellent
condition $4000
(863) 698-3770
17' Boston Whaler, very
low hours, lust serv-
iced very clean boat
w/21' trir. Runs great
$7995. 813-943-2523
18' 2603 Polar Flats Boat,
90hp Yamaha, approxi-
mately 60 hrs, like new.
Alum trir. $11,500 Lake
Placid. 863-465-2462
18' Pontoon Voyager .
2004 Nissan 25hp 4
stroke Trailer, Exc.
cond. $10,995.
18' SEA RAY 1998, 135
I/O, low hours, garage
kept, trailer and immini
top, $7,900. Call:
19' 1991 Seaswirl Sierra
Cuddy Classic 120hp
Johnson & trolling mo-
tor. Very good cond. All
access. VHF, Depth Find-
er. w/trlr & elec winch
$8000obo 813-333-5584

19 ft Carolina Skiff, 1995
with 75 Mercury. $2,500.
21' 1997 Regal 2100 LSR,
Volvo Penta 4.3 190hp,
55mph, good cond. all
options, raiser, $9,900.

[[ Boats ))
21FT Hydrosports
Hydraskiff, 1996 175
Evinrude. Rolls trailer.
Tandem axle excellent
cnd! $10K. 811-731-8579
23' 1997 Bayliner Ciera,
sleeps 4, full galley &
head, 350 cu in 10 very
clean, chart ploftter &
depth finder. Trailer
w/4 wheel disc brakes,
$18k obo. 352-628-9875.
23' Chaparral 2000, 233
Sunesta deck boat, fully
loaded with head
$19,950 813-731-0019 or
26" CHAPARRAL 1996,
Bowrider w/7.3 Volvo,
Canavas Alum. Trailer
Excellent cond. $16,650
obo (813)404-7200
31' SeaRay, 310
Sundancer, 1999,
Prisitine cond. Seller

2 mos free cvr'd slip &
200 gal. free gas,
$79,900. (813) 814-4410.
FREEDOM Boat club 1
year membership, Pd.
$5900. Will sacrifice for
$3800 owner pays trans-
fer fees 352-572-7498
((Boat Slips / Storage])
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RVs, auto, trucks.
$40+/mo. Secured loc'n
Pasadena Yacht & CC.
Deep water boat slips
for sale/lease. Limited
number available. Call
727-381-7922 xt 12

Boat Supplies & 11
TWIN 1996 175 HP
JOHNSON Outboard mo-
tors, props included, no
controls $2,950 each.
Call 813-245-4391
YAMAHA 1999, 250 hp
O/B 30" shaft, SS prop,
cntrls, gages, approx
300 rs on mtr, $4995
obo. 813-917-2955
[( Sailboats )I
26FT Columbia Sloop '75.
In the water ready to
sail away!! 9.b Mercury
auxiliary engine, sleeps
4. Call (813)672-8032.
[( Boats Wanted
Boat Donations Wanted
To Support Clearwater
Marine Aquarium,
Tax Deductible
.727-441-1790 X235
Several Storm Damaged
& Donated -Boats. Will
Buy & Sell. Call Mike


SAuto Engines /
Parts / Misc. JJ
BAY Area Motor Works,
Engine rebuild & install,
Up to 3yr warranty
Auto/ Boat/ RV
ENGINES & Transmis-
sions Used & Rebuilt -
90 days upto 3 yrs
warr. M-F 9-5. Mem BBB
from A-Z. Guaranteed
quality work. Your place
or mine. Call Rob
[( Automobiles Misc ))
Mud Terrains TA, 33x12.5
tires on 15" rims, 99%
wear on tires, off Wran-
gler, $850.813-293-6836
( Trucks Light Duty ])
CHEVY '00 Silverado 1500
LS, ext cab white, auto,
PW DL, CDb tow kg,
toolbox, bedliner. l65K
$7500 obo 863-899-4330
Chevy 1989 S10 Pickup,
4.3 Engine, neWetires,
long bed, good
condition.$2,000 obo.
Call 813-986-4835.
CHEVY 1992 S-10, Ext.
cab, Tool boxgood work
truck. $1500. obo
CHEVY 1999 S10 Short
bed 6cyl, 5 spd, low 57K
miles, cold AC, clean,
exc running condition.
$3500 813-854-1900-
CHEVY 2001 Silverado
56k, auto, 6 cylinder.
Great condition. $8000.
813-949-7260 484-6091
DODGE 2002 Ram 1500
SLT Crew Cab, P/W, P/L,
CD V8, tow pkg, bedlnr,
god, 36k mi immaculate,
DODGE 2005 Ram 1500
Hemi, exc cond, many
extras 5600 miles,

(( Trucks Light Duty ))
FORD 1980 F350 Ranger
Dual rear wheels, not
running. Great for
parts. $1500
on at 813-293-1260
FORD 1999 F150 XLT,
V8, white w/gray int.
ps pwplcc 17 alloy
coldAC, 11RK, $7500
George 813-313-8962
GMC 2004 Sierra 44000
mi, 4 door(s) auto trans-
mission, 8 cylinders,
2WD AM/F radio, ABS,
A/C, alloy wheels, cass.,
CD, cruise, driver airbag
pass airbag, pwr locks,
pwr windows, tow pkg,
edlinner, runnigboards
blue, bedliner, cold A/C,
CD, new tires, 1 owner
72K miles, great cond.
4 door SR5, V8, 45K mi,
black with tan int, tow
pkg, pwr rear window
vinyl ed cover $19,200
obo. (813) 546-3337.
(( Trucks Heavy Duty))
1500, EXT. CAB 4X4
108K, $12,500 OBO
DODGE 2004 Dually 3500
crew cab, 4WD, black,
diesel, exc cond.
$30,000. 813-431-1377*
863-644-0563 Lakeland
FORD 2001 F350 dually
Lariat, red, 80k miles
all power excellent
cond. $25,195 or best of-
fer. 813-928-8450.
FORD 2001 F550, 17K mi,
Ithr, all pwr, diesel pwr
stroke, like new $25K.
ALSO '03, 48' Hallmark
goose neck car hauler,
frnt liv quarters, micro,
frig, AC, shwr, bath, tri-
ple axile, observation
deck, Onan 6500W gen,
cabs, alum fir, elec
wench, $23,000
813-927-5655 988-5875
FORD 2004 F250 Super
Duty, 4x4 Super Cab,
Only 20,600 mi.! Long
Bed, $18,900
: 813-767-0648
FORD 2004 F550 Long-
horn Hauler, 46K, auto,
4WD, 4dr cust bed, ev-
ery opt. $42k. 813-650-
0002 or 813-293-2500
FORD 2005 F250 Diesel
60K mi. extra cab, XL,
4x4 diesel auto, PRICED
GMC 2003 2500HD Ext
Cab, Pewter Grey, 75K
mi, All Maint. Records
Exc. Cond, 1 Owner,
$15,500 813-598-6387
(( 4-Wheel Drive ))
JEEP 1982 Scrambler,
good condition, no rust
Few'miles, Priced to sell
@ $6200. 813-997-2032

[( Vans J)
CHEW 1994 Step Van
Diesel, 18' cargo area,
aluminum shels. Runs
great! $7000
121K miles, auto, A/C,
excellent condition,
$2,500. 813-843-0759

LT ext. tan/tan, loaded.
3.5 V-6 17" whls, ABS
dual a/c, DVD,;cap chair,.
tint, gar ept, like new.
36k. $18K. 813-600-3793
Web #ID 1812904

lk Buy

Leather int, tinted win-
dows, power every-
thing, CD, 7pssgr $4200
DODGE 1993 B250 7 pas-
senger. New; tuneup,
tires brakes, battery
shocks, very good cond.
$3500 firm 813-685-2101
only 77K miles, clean,
garage kept, runs great,
((Sports Utility Vehicles))
BMW 2002 X5 3.0 mint
cond, 48k miles, white
on tan, premium/sport
Rkg, sun roof, newer
tires,, garage kept/non-
smoker, $5,000 obo

CADILLAC 2003 Escalade,
pearl w/tan leather int.
Fully loaded, 22" cus-
tom whls, 50K mi.
$33,000. 813-926-0779
CADILLAC 2003 Escalade
BLKGRY, 24" Wheels
Navigation, Sunroof, 6ig
Brakes, Corsa Exaust,
& more! Still under war-
ranty. Meticulously
Maintained!, 46K mi.,
$32,500, 813-477-8937
CHEVY 2005 Suburban
LT, blue w/tan leather
interior, immac inside &
out, quad seating, 4
WD, town pK DVD.
$30k. 813-689.4306.'

([Sports Utility Vehicles))
CHEVY 2006 HHR-LS 800
mi, Loaded, Big Car
feel, Small Car Gas Mile-
age, By Owner.
$16,000 727-543-3049
FORD 1998 Expedition
XLT, V8 all opts, tow
pkg, dual air, new'tires,
runs/looks good, 157K,
$5900. 727-869-4765
Eddie Bauer, 41K miles,
black, tan leather, load-
ed, excellent condition
$24,000. 941-475-5730
GMC 1992 Suburban
C1500, 158K mi 350 V8,
dual ac, pw/pl tow pkg,
3rd seat $2500/obo.
Call 813-598-2175
loaded, 24K miles,
white, gra leather,
AWD, excellent cond.,
$19,500 941-388-0585
HONDA 1995 Passport.
6cyl 4WD auto radio
CD, Alloy wheels, cold
A/CI. Int/ext perfect,
runs strong $4000
Call 813-394-5070
Exc Cond; 53k mi; 6 CD;
Int Leather, Sunroof;
Hitch & Roof rack pkg;
Fully Equipped; Garage
Kept. $15,500.813-
468-3668 / 813-264-2245.
CHEROKEE runs great,
A/C, $1,506 or best of-
fer. 813-857-2074

JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo. All pwr, sun
roof, red/blk, Sp pkg, ex
clean. 68K, new tires.
$8900 Call 813-961-2134
JEEP 2002 Wrangler
Sport, 6cyl, 4wd auto,
less than 50Kr mi.,
alarm, tons of xtras
$15K obo 813-236-4400
fully loaded, 32K miles,
perfect cond! Asking
$16,000. (941) 315-1987.
LAND Rover 2005 LR3
fully loaded, owner sell-
ing 24K mi, still under
factory 50K mi warran-
ty. $36K. 813-300-7355
UNCOLN 2002 Navigator,
white, fully loaded, new
ext. warranty, leather.
Exc. cond! $18,500. Call
Shawn (813) 385-8946.
NISSAN 1999 Pathfinder
4x4, great cond., V6,
new tires, brakes, more.
114K mi, orig owner,
$6700obo 813- 54-8672
TOYOTA 1995 4Runner,
$600 Must sell!
for Listing
EXT 4124
[( Motorcycles ))
CASH paid for junk mo-
torcycles. We pay up to
$200 cash for any cycle
running or not. fine 727-247-8785
Rdglide, ex cond. Sound
system, orig adult own-
er, upgraded eng. 95 cu
in. $1,950.813- 29-1104.
HARLEY 2002 Fatboy.
5500 miles, excellent
condition, lots of
chrome $13,500 Call
HARLEY 2005 Softtail
Deuce, fuel inject. cust
paint, low mi, garage
kept $17K(Gibsonton
410 -15-2651
chased new 01/04,
black, has 190 miles to-
tal (not a misprint), fac-
tory bobtail fender,
3,000 in quality upgr.,
HONDA 1995 Shadow
ACE 1100 2500 Miles
Runs Great $4000 or
OBO (352)686-1203

HONDA 2004 VTX1800,
dark blue, low miles,
many extras. $9200 obo.
Call 813-493-8620
-HONDA 2005 VTX1300R
silver hwy bars, wind-
shield back rest, saddle
bags, 5 miles, garaged,
health forces sale
$8,799 Call 813-780-8017

KDX200. Dirt bike, good
condition! $1,950.
Call 813-903-0320.
VULCAN Meanstreak
1600. Under 4000 Mi.
Black like new. $8900

2003 BMW R1150RT
1976 BMW R75/6 $3500.
1981 Kaw. 440LTD $800.
1967 Honda 160 Dream
Street, Dirt Bikes &
ATV's. Also buying
wrecked motorcycles.
Cash paid. 813-924-6264
YAMAHA 2005 1100
V-Star, 2200 miles,
Cobra pipes, looks new,
with trailer, $8500.
Classifieds can give you
the key to your new car!

(( Golf Carts )
Batteries & Chargers
New & Reconditioned.
ALSO all cart
repairs. Sparks & Carts.
BAY Area Carts
Sales, Service,
Pick up and Delivery.

wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers parts all relat-,
ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
C ATVs ))
3 Wheeler, Runs great!
Excellent for hunting.
all (813) 312-6945.
POLARIS 2006 Predator.
90 cc. 3yr warr. Lots of
xtras. $2200 / Bombar-
dier 2002 DS 90 cc. Gd
shape, needs little
work. $800 813-610-2454
((Automobiles Wanted))
$$$ CASH $$$
For Cars, Trucks &
Vans Any Price/Any
Cars, Trucks, Vans.
Running Or Not
Free Pick Up, 24/7
Running or Not! We'll
come pick it up!
Paying la little it more!
Call Rob at 813-610-1535
Keep Your Yard Clean
Call 727-364-5125
((Classics & Antiques))
CAMARO 1976 runs
great, needs some body
CHEVY 1966 Chevelle SS,
396 auto, 12 bolt main.
8.9 point car, bik on blk.
N.C. car. $29,900
CHEVY 1966 Chevelle SS,
396 auto, 12 bolt main.
8.9 point car, blk on bik.
N.C. car. $29,900
exc cond, 2 tops, auto,
A/C, white, 76Korig. mi,
numbers matching.
$59,000. 813-601-6337
FORD 1989 Mustang 5.0 5
speed, Exc. cond. New
custom paint, center
line wheels & tires +
more $8,000 firm 813-
681-5617 813-924-7106
OLDS 1971 442 converti-
ble. Frame up restora-
tion. 455 ci, Original Fi-
berglass Hood. $17,400
Cal C863-425-6123
TRIUMPH 1959 TR3, off
frame, great cond., elec-
tronic ignition. 7.5 point
car, $12,900
TRIUMPH 1959 TR3, off
frame, great cond., elec-
tronic ignition. 7.5 point
car, $12,900
((Automobiles for Sale))
2004 Toyota Tundra I
Must See! Custom ex-
tras include/20 inch
wheels chrome pack-
age, DVD system. Also
comes equipped w/ slid.
ing rear window and
towing package. Price
$23,500 Call 850-443-
$999! Police Impounds!
For Listings Call 1-800-
366-9813, Ext. 4880
$900! Police Impounds!
For Listings Call 1-800-
366-9813, Ext. 7169
$595! Police Impounds
For Sale! More Cars
Available Now! For List-
ings call 1-800-366-9813
Ext. 7169
$700! Police Impounds!
For Listings Call 1-800-
366-9813, Ext. 7215
$999 Police Impounds.
More Cars Available
Now For Listings Call 1-
800-366-9813, Ext. 5932.
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nate Your Car, Boat or
Real Estate IRS Tax De-
ductible. Free Pick-
MoW del/Condition Help
Underprivileged Chil-
g 1-800-693-7911
ACURA 1994 Integra 17"
rims, new tires, alarm
sys, auto, intake. Cus-
tom spoiler, great cond,
$3500. 813-787-5589.
BMW 2001 325ci conver-
tible, blue top, blue
body 38k miles. Well
maintained, $19,200
obo. 813-503-1739.
BMW 2003 7451, Silver on
Grey, loaded warranty,
immaculate. 35K,
22" rims. $53,500. obo
To subscribe, call


((Automobiles for Sale)) [(Automobiles for Sale))
BMW 2005 545i sports NISSAN 1996 Maxima,
k, nav, loaded grey, Blk beauty, low mi.,
5K, mint. $49,500. Bose, lw/pwr
Call 813-949-2234 sunroof, AC, 5spd.
Call 813-949-2234 $6500. 813-246-1148
CADILLAC 2004 DeVille NISSAN 2000 Frontier XE
Pearl wht, canvas top, extended cab, 4 cyl, 5
lux pkg, gold pkg, low speed, 2 wheel drive,
m., warr, new $54,000. cold AC, good MPG.
Like new. Must sell. $5000.813-982-1052
$21,995 727-345-2114 NISSAN 2001 Altima GXE
Limited Edition, black
11ck Buy K mi, all power, all
records, good cond.
CHEVY 2003 Malibu, cold $6390. 813-918-3396
ac, auto, loaded w/CD NISSAN 2004 Maxima,
player, silver & gray, silver, bik Ithr, totally
53K ps, pw 20Kloaded, garae kept,-885-6
$6545. Call 72-744-9094 32K mi w/ookmint",
CHRYSLER 2004 Pacifica $20K. 813-885-669
silver blue, 23K mi, NISSAN 2006 350Z Tour-
great shape 6 cyl FWD, ing 1,280 mi, blue, blk
priced to sell at $16,000 leather V6, auto 4 yr
813-380-2507 warr. Never smoked or
eaten in $24,800 CASH
CHRYSLER 2005 PT Cruis- 786-797-1411
er 15K mi. white auto
all power CD min PONTIAC 1993 Bonneville
cond.$8406. SE. Loaded, ice cold
813-426-3584 A/C, new tires, brakes
batt. Well maintained
CORVETTE 1987 converti- $1475 352-688-6233
blep, red w/ bik to&
104K mi, runs gd cold PONTIAC 1996 Firebird
air new top $10o500 Trans AM, t-tops, 86K
ob 863-816-0710 mi. new tires, well
maint. $5700.
CORVETTE 1995 Coupe, 6 813-641-7605 / 453-6531
spd, new paint, tires C& Oi 2x0n0 rans Am
eabust. 98k mieso PONTIAC 200o0 Trans Am
$12,500. 813-782-0685 WS-6 Ram Air pewter/
$1,500. 872- charcoal, loaded, exc.
cond. All maint records.
FORD 1995 Escort, 2dr, 98K. $12,900 obo
5spd, cold AC looks & 813-205-0676
runs good. $950. PONTIAC 2007 Solstice, 5
813-621-1805 speed, red, full power,
Schrome wheels,
FORD 1997 Taurus Ice differential, (loaded)
Cold AC, $1,950 OBO, New! (716) 523-0567.
SAAB 2003 9-3SE Conver-
tible, Turbo, Auto, Top
813-293-8627 is Exc. Merlot over Tan
FORD 1997 Taurus cold Leather Alloys CD 48K
AC, newer tires, tint, CD mi Exc Cond. $21,200
plyr, PW, PL, dual air 81A-641-1460
ags, reliable. Will go SATURN 2000 LS Exc me-
fast. $1500 727-384-4085 chanical, DOHC, auto
FORD 1999 ESCORT WAG- 93K mi, 4 DR, retails at
ON EXCELLENT cond., $6500, asking
56R, A/T, P/S, P/B, PW $4750/OBO. 813-545-3772
PDL, non smoker, tint, SATURN 2000 SL2,
burg undy/charcoal 93K orig. miles,
$3650obo 813-685-5760 ACCD, rims.
Iv msg 2nd motor $3500 obo.
FORD 1999 Taurus SE 4dr, Call 813-299-5251
128K mi, wh w/grey int STERLING 2002 ACTERRA
New front tires, brakes Mercedes engine, auto-
timing belt. Good cond. matic transmission, air
$2800obo 813-333-5584 brakes, 21ft slider with
FD9 500b rown t n wheel lift, 59,000 miles,
FORD 2004 Crown Vict a- $40,000. 6all Ray, 813-
na, 18K mi. 4DR, all pwr, 645-8469
Ithr, alloy whis, w/lift
for scooter. $13,000. T-BIRD, 2005 Convr't
813-839-2830 240-5025 hardtop, bronze metal-
lic, loaded, 12K mi,
FORD 2004 Focus SVT, senior driven, $24,750
22K mi, 6 spd, 2L Z- 813-236-6200
Tech, Recaro Seats, 6
CD, Super Clean, Brdn TOYOTA 1996 Camry LE
$13,9009813-689-2572 Auto, all power, sunrf,
alarm. 85k mi. Cold AC,
HONDA 1990 Civic 107K clean $4000
5spd, cold ac, pwr win/ 813-681-1173
locks/cruise, nice relia-
ble gas saver. $1950. TOYOTA 2000 Celica GT
Call 813-965-4944 Exc cond. low mi, wht,
auto, pb, ps, cass/CD,
HONDA 1992 Civic new tires, 1 owner
$400 Must Sell! $9700 obo. 813-505-1860
for listing
1-800-749-8167 TOYOTA 2003 Matrix,
extC752 75k mi, auto air CD
full power, $16,500 firm.
HONDA 813-996-4359
1994 Accord EX, TOYOTA 2004 PRIUS-
$2950 obo. 1 owner. Tan, leather, new tires,
813-973-4414 71K miles, perfect,
$20,000 steals it!
HONDA 1996 Civic, 813-962-1129
Green, 170K 5 spd, New VW 1998 Passat. 62k mi
Alarm, New Tires VW 1998 Pssat. 62k m,
$2400 5 spd AC, good condi-
-385-7434 tion. 1Non smoker.$6900.
813-385-7434 813-684-6617
HONDA 2006 S2000 Only
4600-mi, Purchased 3/mo VW 2003 Jetta, 4 door(s)
ago, La una blue (new auto transmission, 2WD
have title Must Sell AM/FM!radio, A/C, buck
$30,900 813-810-2181 et seati Icss., cruise,
pwr lochs, pwr win-
HYUNDAI 2002 Accent 4 dows, super clean
door sedan GL, 30k mi, $12,499.00
driven by elderly Mom. (813 727-0266
Loaded PS, PW, mirrors, c wf
door locks. $7000. Plant
City 813-716-2265.
HYUNDAI 2006 Sonata
GLS, 33 diamond blue
auto, 9200 mi. fact
wrnty, carfax certified
$14,900. 727-776-5432
JAGUAR 2002 XK8 con-
vert. silver, w/blck top,
tan Ithr, GPS, alpine,
Loaded! Mint! 30k mi.
$33,000. 813-263-5714
LEXUS 1993 LS400, white
w/grey int loaded,
sunroof, CD new tires &
wheels.$79b0 all

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