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Garden club plans
to honor the late
Lillian Richter as
it dedicates
Memorial Garden.

Reader says city's
bus system is vital
for many residents.

'Experiencing God' Author Plans Visit

FOR OCT. 13-15
Tickets are now on sale for a
spiritual leadership conference
that will feature best-selling
author and Christian -speaker
Henry Blackaby.
Blackaby and his son, Richard,
will speak at several events
during the conference, kicking

off with a
business leaders
breakfast Oct. 13
at the Ramada
Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St.
Henry Black-
aby will address .. ..
integrity in the
workplace at the --
event. Blackaby
"The Lord has
been using him in a wonderful
way in the business community,"
said Norm Blanton, the director

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of Somebody Cares Plant City
who, along with the Shiloh Bapt-
ist Association, is organizing
Blackaby's visit.
Henry Blackaby's book, "Expe-'
riencing God," has sold more
than 4 million copies. Most
recently, he was a co-chair of the
National Day of Prayer.
"We are trying to encourage
the greater Plant City community
to come out," Blanton said. "He
will talk about being a good
employee and good employer
and practicing good Christian

and fire

values in the workplace. I think
most people, even non-Chris-
tians, would get something out of
this breakfast."
Organizers expect at least 350
people at the breakfast. Seats and
sponsorships are still available
for the event.
"The whole conference is
about letting Christ direct our
lives and living out our faith in
our community and our work-
places," Blanton said.
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He may not look it, but this denizen of the netherworld aka Marty Mcintyre actually has a
heart of gold. He was part of last year's Plant City Ghost House, which helps raise money for
charity. Ghost House is now looking for a new home to stage the Halloween happening. The
event is planned for Oct. 26-28 and Oct. 30-31 from 7 to 10 p.m., Information: 752-7970.

Will Haunt For A Home

Staff Report
Unity in the Community's Ghost House is
looking for a new home.
Now its third year, the spooky spectacle
raised more than $2,000 last year, all of which
went to help the needy in Plant City. About 40
people, mostly students from Plant City High
School and some adults from Unity, are
involved in staging the event over Halloween.
Last year's Ghost House was staged in an
empty store in a shopping complex at the
intersection of Alexander Street and James L.
Redman Parkway. All the stores in the complex
are now rented.
Two Halloween specialty stores Spirit
House and Spencers have already committed
to help the group with large discounts, or, in
the case of Spencers, free supplies.
"We just need a place to stage it now," said

Linda Fuhrman.
"Last year we got a lot of comments that it
was best ever," said Amanda Hill, the driving
force behind Ghost House. "But with the dona-
tions from Spirit House and Spencers it will be
better than ever with more realistic props and
better special effects."
The young actors all buy their own special
Horror movies will be the theme for this
year's Ghost House. "It really is a unique
event," Hill said.
The group would like the location to be
indoors or at least well secured so no props get
wet. "The only thing we require is electricity.
We will do whatever needs to be done on the
insurance issue," Fuhrman added.
Ghost House is planned for Oct. 26-28 and
Oct. 30-31 from 7 to 10 p.m.
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Pro-Life chain set for Sunday
More than 100 people are
expected to gather for the
annual Pro-Life Chain Oct. 1
from 2 to 3 p.m. at the inter-
section of Alexander Street
and James L. Redman Park-
way. The group will link arms
in a silent demonstration.
The Pro-Life Chain started
in mid-1980s and is a national
event with 1,200 cities across
the U.S. expected to link arms
on Sunday.
"We are trying to bring
attention to abortion and tell-
ing people not to forget it that
abortion is wrong," said Joan
Carter, a longtime pro-life
activist who has been involved
in the issue since the early
1970s. Carter is helping to
organize the Plant City

Garden club honors Lillian
Richter, dedicates garden
The Plant City Garden Club
plans to dedicate a memorial
garden at McCall Park in
downtown Plant City Sept. 29
at 5:30 p.m. honoring Lillian
The dedication ceremony
will be performed by the Rev.
Russ Martin. Richter was a
member of the club for more
than 10 years. Upon her death,
Richter willed the club the
money to create the garden in
McCall Park, which is near
Evers and Drane streets.
The garden, a crepe myrtle
tree surrounded by engraved
bricks honoring garden club
members and their families,
has a special marker honoring
Richter's generosity.

Burney teacher among finalist
for award
Barbara Knox is one of three
finalists in the state for the
Presidential Award for Excel-
lence in Mathematics and
Science Teaching.
Burney Elementary
Principal Sally Stephens
announced the selection over
the school's intercom system
Sept. 21. Knox, who didn't
know she was a finalist, was
then congratulated with flow-
ers by fellow teachers and
staff at Burney. Knox was also
a finalist in 2004.
The Presidential Awards for
Excellence in Mathematics
and Science Teaching Pro-
gram was established in 1983
and is sponsored by the
National Science Foundation.
The program identifies out-
standing teachers in kinder-
garten through 12th grade
mathematics and science.
The competition alternates
each year between elemen-
tary and secondary teachers.

Diamonds & Denim Gala
The South Florida Baptist
Hospital Foundation will host
its 10th annual Diamonds &
Denim Gala Sept. 28 from 7 to
10 p.m. in the new Expo
Building on the Florida Straw-
berry Festival grounds. Pro-
ceeds will benefit SFBH's
community outreach pro-
Guests will have the oppor-
tunityto win a $1,400 diamond
cocktail ring, as well as a silent
auction. The event will include
food and beverages, live
music and framed guest
photos. Tickets are $50 per
person and scholarships are
available. Call: Judy Martin,




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Plant City commissioners unanimously approved a $101 million budget Sept. 25 for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1.

Commission OKs $101 Million Budget


The city commission voted Sept. 25 to
approve a $101 million budget for the
coming fiscal year, which begins Oct. 1.
Discounting the city's new water treat-
ment plant facility, the budget totals $63
million in costs and services.
City Manager David Sollenberger said
the budget shows general fund expendi-
tures of about $26.9 million.
Expenses will include construction of a
water treatment plant facility and serv-
ices for $37.8 million. The facility, at Vic-
toria and Plant streets, is expected to be
fully operational by February 2008 and is
considered vital to the future growth of

the city.
The city's general fund, which includes
salaries, purchases and other expenses, is
$28.9 million. The budget for streets and
stormwater services is set at $5.7 million
and sanitation services at $5.9 million.
Property taxes account for 27.8 percent
of the general fund revenue as a result of
the commissioners approving a tax rate
of 4.7 mills for the 18th consecutive year.
A mill is $1 in property tax for each $1,000
of a home's assessed value.
The city's long-term debt total expen-
diture for the coming year is $1,289,500.
That includes a $388,000 payment on a
30-year note financing Plant City Sta-
dium. Another $840,000 covers a debt
service on a loan to the Community
Investment Tax fund to cover the
construction of City Hall in 2001 and the
Plant City Police Complex renovated last

In addition to city property taxes, the
budget also identifies a number of other
revenue sources. Among those are the
Community Investment Tax Fund, which
comes from county sales taxes collected
in the city limits, a portion of which is
returned to the city. That is expected to
total $1.95 million.
Also on the revenue side is the Com-
munity Redevelopment Trust Fund,
which is expected to total $1.4 million.
That money comes from a portion of
county property taxes $792,724 and
city property taxes $568,634 plus a
share of the Tampa Port Authority tax
revenue. The Community Redevelop-
ment Trust Fund money pays for things
like land acquisitions by the city: down-
town streetscaping and operation costs,
including a portion of salaries for city
staff involved in community redevelop-

City Property Tax Rate Will Remain Unchanged

With more revenue from an increase in
Plant City property values just under $1
million the city's property tax rate will
remain the same for the next fiscal year,
which begins Oct. 1.
City commissioners voted unani-
mously to approve 4.7 mills. It's the 18th
consecutive year city property taxes have
remained the same. A 4.7 mill property
tax rate means a home is taxed $4.70 for
every $1,000 of assessed property value
after a homestead exemption. For exam-
ple, a $175,000 home with a $25,000
homestead exemption, would get a city

Budget bites
"It's well documented that we have
the same tax rate on property as we have
for the last 18 years, but the increase in
property tax revenue is less than a mil-
lion dollars. We need that added reve-
nue to keep up with increased costs for
infrastructure and services. But it
appears property values are flattening
out. All in all I would say the city is in
fine fiscal standing."
Mayor John Dicks

"I want to give kudos to (city finance
director) Martin (Wisgerhof) for all his
hard work in creating a budget that is
very professional in its presentation. He
did a great job in putting it together."
Commissioner Robert Brown

tax bill of $705. The county also adds its
own county property tax rate on top of
City Manager David Sollenberger told
commissioners the property tax revenue
would account for almost 28 percent of
the general fund budget. The general
fund accounts for most of the payroll,
goods and services the city provides to
Sollenberger reported taxable values in
Plant City rose by 15.24 percent com-
pared to the last fiscal year.
"This increase will produce an addi-
tional $997,699 in property tax revenue,"
Sollenberger said. "But the increased rev-
enue is more than offset by increases in
city expenses."
Sollenberger said some of the major

"The city staff was very accessible for
obtaining information regarding the
budget. The city manager had depart-
ment heads at many of the workshops
and we had some good working ses-
sions. It was a good budget, but there is
always room for improvement. Some
services and programs still need addi-
tional funding."
Commissioner Mary Yvette Mathis

"I am proud of the staff and the way
the budget was presented. It's an
accounting document that reflects the
standards of our city and the commu-
nity. Although I have to vote for and
approve the overall budget, I have to
make an exception regarding our bus
system. I still don't believe it provides
for a realistic need in the city. The num-

increases in continuing expenses for the
city include:
Additional salaries and expenses of
about $1.5 million.
City contribution increases to cover
health insurance coverage for employees
of about $200,000.
City property insurance increases of
about $90,000.
Gasoline and diesel fuel cost increase
of about $67,000.
Water, sewer and garbage expense
increases of $134,000.
Higher maintenance of motor equip-
ment of about $67,000,
Additional costs for building and
property repairs are estimated to increase
by $144,828.

bers are very small and wanting. But, as
I have said from the beginning, once you
start such a program it is very difficult to
get out of it. I know there are better
places to put our money, and more
usable services that we can provide."
Commissioner Bill Dodson

"We spent,a lot of time in workshops,
working with city staff to make every
dollar count. We sawan increase of rev-
enue from property taxes, but we have
been behind the curve on property eval-
uations. We haven't had the windfall in
added revenues like some other cities
have had. This year was our largest
increase yet. But it was still just under a
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Day of Play
The West Plant City Boys & Girls Club,
Keystone Club will host the World Wide
Day of Play Sept. 29 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the
Boys & Girls Club, 901 S. Waller St.
The Keystone Club will organize relay
races, basketball, kickball, baseball, softball
and more.
Call: 707-8490, weekdays after 1:30 p.m.

Cookout and crime awareness
The First United Methodist Church, 303
N. Evers St., invites families with young
children to a "Stranger Danger" cookout
Sept. 30 at noon.
At 1 p.m., a Hillsborough County Sheriffs
Office deputy will talk to the children about
the dangers of strangers.
Call: 754-3519.

Wal-Mart sponsors blood drive
A Florida Blood Services bloodmobile
will be on site Oct. 2 from 1 to 7 p.m. at Wal-
Mart, 2802 Jim Redman Parkway.

Lunch 'n' Learn: osteoporosis
The Plant City Family YMCA, 1507 YMCA
Place, will host a Lunch 'n' Learn Oct. 2 at
noon on osteoporosis with Dr. John Car-
rozzella, an orthopedic surgeon at St. Jose-
ph's Hospital.
Call: 757-6677.

Christian Women's Club
The Plant City Christian Women's Club
plans a "Fashion, Friendship and Faith"
luncheon Oct. 3 at 11:30 a.m. at Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club on Clubhouse
For reservations and complimentary
nursery, call Carol, 759-1708, or Diane, 659-
3487, by Sept. 28.

Mommy and Me
Mommy and Me playtime for ages 2 and
older is offered Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to
noon at the Planteen Recreation Center,
301 Dort St. Call: 757-9166.

Blood drive at HCC
A Florida Blood Services bloodmobile
will be on site Oct. 4 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Hillsborough Community College, Plant
City campus, 1206 N. Park Road.

Library offers computer classes
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., is offering the following hands-on
computer classes from 2 to 3 p.m.:
Introduction to Computer Skills, Oct.
+ Keyboarding and Mouse Skills, Oct. 11.
Introduction to Windows, Oct. 18.
Word Basics, Oct. 25.
Registration required one hour before
class begins.
Call: 757-9215.

Free ESL class
A free English as a Second Language class
will be offered Oct. 4 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at
Don Polio Restaurant, 2403 Reynolds St.
Call: 872-0722.

Friday night gospel sing
Mount Zion Assembly of God, 3005 Tho-
notosassa Road, will present a Friday night
gospel sing featuring singer/songwriter
Stan Shuman Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. Call: 752-

Car wash fundraiser
A car wash fundraiser with hot dogs and
sausages is set for Oct. 7 from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. at Sydney Assembly of God Church,
14905 Sydney Road in Sydney. Proceeds
will go toward the church building fund.
Call: 659-0532.

Bike Fest anniversary
Bikers and motorcycle fans will gather in
downtown Plant City Oct. 7 from 5 to 11
p.m. to enjoy food and products from more
than 70 vendors and sponsors.


Mama mia!
Members of the Woman's Club of Plant City are busy making plans for their annual
spaghetti dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 5 at the club, 1110 N. Wheeler St. The group
will also offer lunches in groups of 10 or more tickets are purchased in advance.
Donations are $6. This is the club's main fundraiser. Proceeds go toward scholarships
at Plant City and Durant high schools. This past year the club awarded six $1,000
scholarships. Club members, from left, are Ann Cole, Eleanor McDade, Barbara
Miller, jenny Leitner, Alise Sollenberger, Marilyn Day, Judy Glorioso, Betty Chambers
and Georgia Sotiros. Call: 752-4871.

Thousands of motorcycles and their
owners will attend the event on an eight-
square-block area by the Plant City Train
Depot, 102 N. Palmer St., as the event cele-
brates its fourth anniversary. Admission is
Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-

Free bike wash
The Faith Riders of Plant City will host a
free bike wash from 2 to 5 p.m. Oct. 7, the
afternoon of Bike Fest, at the intersection of
Baker and Palmer streets.

Church dinner
First United Methodist Church of Dover,
13957 Methodist Church -Road, plans a
church dinner Oct. 7 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Cost: adults, $6:50; children, $2.50. Call:

Church homecoming
Crossroads Baptist Church of Lithia will
celebrate its 84th homecoming Oct. 7-8.
Schedule: Saturday evening service at 6:30
with barbecue dinner; potluck dinner to
follow Sunday morning worship. Former
pastor the Rev. James Smith will lead the
morning service and former music director
Jim Haight will lead the music.
Call: 737-1121.

Church plans blood drive
A Florida Blood Services bloodmobile
will be on site Oct. 8 from 9 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.
at Hopewell Baptist Church, 6001 S. High-
way 39.

Former Buc leads revival
Berea Baptist Church, 4305 S. James L.
Redman Parkway, is hosting a revival with
former Tampa Bay Buccaneers running
back Mel Carver Oct. 8 at 11 a.m. and 6
p.m., and Oct. 9-11 at 7 p.m. Call: 737-

Church homecoming
Northside Baptist Church, 1700 N.
Franklin St., plans a church homecoming
Oct. 8. Schedule: Bible study, 9:45 a.m.;
worship, 10:30 a.m.; concert featuring
Crimson Creek, 11:30 a.m.; dinner on the
grounds, noon.
Call: 752-2779.

Millie Puente Band
The Arts Council of Plant City will pres-
ent the Millie Puente Band Oct. 8 at 7 p.m.
at the Magic Moments Banquet Facility,
2207 Mudlake Road. The group features
Grammy-winning artist Millie Puente,
niece of legendary "Mambo King" Tito
The cost of the performance and a buffet
dinner is $35 per person for members and
$38 for nonmembers.
Call: 973-1770.

Blood drives
Florida Blood Services bloodmobiles will
be on site Oct. 9 at the following locations
and times:
Superbrand/Winn-Dixie, 3304 Sydney
Road from 9 to 11 a.m.
Simmons Career Center, 202 E. Grant
St., 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.



Walden Lake,
1309 Oakwood
Lane, Sept. 30, 8
a.m.-2 p.m.,
furniture, corner
cabinet, armoire,
Walden Lake,
4104 Longfellow
Drive, Sept., 30,
7-11 a.m., chil-
dren's clothes,
Northeast, 1009
N. Warnell St.,
Sept. 28-30, 8:30
a.m., all day,
furniture, pic-
household items.
326 E. Terrace
Drive, Sept. 29, 8
a.m. to noon,
baby and toddler
things, clothes,
tools, antiques.
Northeast, 2722
Kala Lane, off
North Wilder
Road, Sept. 29-30,
all day, large sale
of miscellaneous
Walden Lake,
811 Sandalwood
Drive, Sept. 29-
30, household
items, toys,
clothes, exercise
Lithia. 11112
Browning Road,
off Lithia-Pine-
crest Road, Sept.
30, 8 a.m.-2 p.m.,
lawn equipment,
1914 James L.
Redman Parkway,
Sept. 30, 7 a.m.-2
p.m., garage sale
to benefit P.C.
Lancers soccer
1914 James L.
Redman Parkway,
Sept. 30, 8 a.m.-
noon, car wash to
benefit P.C.
Lancers soccer
Walden Lake,
Clubhouse Drive,
look for sign,
Sept. 30, bedroom
furniture, decor
Eastside, 1105
E. Alabama St.,
Sept. 30, 8 a.m.,
all day, clothes,
shoes, linen,
small appliances,

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City's bus service

serves vital need

In reference to Jerry Lofstrom's
column ("White Elephant Has City In
The Red," The Courier, Sept. 21) obvi-
ously he has never been in a position in
his life of not having a way to get some-
where he needed to go ever.
No friends with cars available to take
you to the doctor or the store; no taxi
service to get you there and back at a
reasonable cost; no way to a special
event here in town and not even side-
walks in many parts of town to walk
safely on an errand.
There will be a day coming when my
husband and I cannot drive. At that time
I plan to be out of this town and to a
municipality with a good bus system and
convenient taxi service for a reasonable
price, neither of which Plant City has
now, has had in the past, nor apparently
will have in the future.
When the original grant monies were
funded, Plant City staff immediately set
up a big bus system and foolishly spent

the bucks in the first year. If a woman
had been in charge there would still be
money in the account and the buses
would be still rolling.
How can a bus system serve the people
when it runs only during "working
hours?" Only retirees or non-working
folks can use this service. Buses need to
run for the working person who cannot
afford that second car (or even the first
car) to get to their jobs and to return
home after a day's work. The buses could
still run once an hour but still service our
local residents and workers.
Living in a senior community, we have
many neighbors who do not own a
vehicle. They use the bus system to
obtain their groceries, just go shopping
downtown or at the shopping plazas,
visit their doctors and get to the barber
or beautician.
These folks do not have family in the
area to take them to these places and the
bus system gives these folks a feeling of
independence. When our personal
vehicle is in the shop or being used by
one of us, the bus is just one block away
and we do use it.
Just have the buses running on a
Monday evening when there is a com-

mission meeting at city hall and you will
see how many folks really need and want
the bus system!

June Ambrose
Plant City

Thank you from

Cornerstone Center

We at the Plant City Cornerstone
Center wish to thank everyone who
contributed to making the recent country
fish fry and hoe down a great success.
The event benefited the restoration of
the old First Baptist Church.
It is no longer a church, but we want
that building to continue to live its motto
of being "in the heart of the city with the
city at heart." Our wish is to preserve its
beauty as well as serve the citizens of the

Violette Massey
Plant City

It should come as no surprise this world is in a mess.
It is even fair to say that the United States' affairs,
globally, nationally and locally seem to be more
screwed up than ever.
World opinion appears to be stacked against us.
Conflicts between the U.S. and Islamic nations have
polarized opinion, with no clear idea about what to do
about it. Europeans can't stand us. South Americans
loathe us. Mexican political leaders chastise the U.S.
for not offering Mexican citizens a better standard of
living. And we ridiculously ponder the question. And
that isn't half of it.

Nationally, and particularly
locally (if the polls judging
such things are accurate), our
education system is in sham-
bles. The spread between the
rich and the poor is more
astounding than ever. The
middle class is losing its
financial strength. Celebrity is
rewarded over character. And
common courtesy is practi-
cally nonexistent.
It goes without saying our
world is in a mess. The real
question for me is: How did it
get this way? I have gone so
far as to actually think about
it. And I have come up with an
Not being much of a genius
at explaining things, I will
keep it very simple.
Nationally, and on a state-
by-state basis, we have
brought it on ourselves. We
the people, for and on whom
this country was founded,
have.allowed this unbearable
mess to not only exist, but
We, the voting public, for
generations, are the responsi-
ble co-conspirators in the


destruction of the society in
which we live. We, going back
to the end of World War II,
just to keep it somewhat
current, have allowed a
prospering, focused, well-knit
society to decay into a splin-
tered collage of selfish, self-
serving, irresponsible, overly
tolerant bunch of disgruntled
and dissatisfied whiners.
We, you and me, our
parents and, for the youngest
among us, our grandparents
have allowed this rotten state
of affairs in America to fester
and to become synonymous

with who we are. And I, for
one, don't like it.
Every time we vote for and
elect a political candidate that
promises the world and
delivers nothing, we lose as a
nation. Every time we put
someone in office that is more
concerned with political
power than doing what is
good for the people of our
country, we lose. It doesn't
matter if the political office is
national, state, county, or
municipal. If we elect some-
one that won't make and take
a stand on tough issues, we
My parents elected national
leaders who in the 1960s
literally destroyed neighbor-
hood schools, and with it a
high standard of public
education. My parents and I
supported and voted into
office legions of politicians
that were more interested in
building their own careers
than showing concern about
the people they represented.
We all voted for and elected
candidates, locally and
nationally, year after year,
who gained power with
television sound bites.
Celebrity was more valued by
us than substance.
You and I have also allowed
television to become a
cesspool of filth, garbage and
trash to satisfy our boring
lives. We also have used
television to baby-sit our
misguided children. Our
collective offspring are
infested with extreme beha-
vior glorified in sport, celeb-
rity and pathetic Hollywood
role models.
Respect for others and for
their possessions is a thing of

the past.
Today's form of common
decency makes the most
repugnant among us national
celebrities of screen and
stage. And we have allowed it
by buying their products,
watching their movies and
voting them into office.
Politicians become
ineffective when they are
afraid of taking a solid stance
while serving in office. Many
are scared to death of offend-
ing groups of voters; even
those who don't vote; those
who aren't registered to vote,
or can't even qualify to vote.
Today, unlike the first two
decades after World War II,
the United States of America
has no national identity
within its own borders. The
great melting pot has become
a hodgepodge of
irresponsible, self-serving,
money and power-grabbing
individuals feeding on those
around them.
Our vision as a country, a
state, a county and a city is so
shortsighted we can't see.
I I suggest we go to the polls
in record numbers, and if we
do anything, get rid of every
incumbent on the map. They
are killing this country. And
don't be afraid to throw the
good out with the bad. The
good ones will understand.
And therearen't that many.
Yes, this country is in a
mess, at home and abroad.
But it's our fault. We did it to
ourselves. And if we don't get
it together soon, it won't be
worth saving.

George H. Newman is a
reporter for The Courier.

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The following incidents were
reported to the Plant City Police
Department Sept. 7-11:

Sept. 7
Vehicle theft, 8:30 a.m., 4000 block
of Amber Jack Boulevard

Criminal mischief, 5 p.m., 2500
block of Thonotosassa Road
Drug investigation, 7:17 p.m., 1700
block of East Calhoun Street
Criminal mischief, 7:20 p.m., 3600
block of West Baker Street
Aggravated battery, 7:35 p.m., 0-100
block of Euclid Drive

Criminal mischief, 10:20 p.m., 500
block of South Morgan Street
Robbery, 10:29 p.m., 1200 block of
East Reynolds Street

Sept. 8
Criminal mischief, 12:54 a.m., 1800
block of West Timberlane Drive

Vehicle burglary, 1 a.m., 1600 block
of East Alabama Street
Battery, 11 a.m., 2800 block of Air-
port Road
DUI, 11:57 p.m., South Collins and
East Alsobrook streets

See LOG, Page 19


Mark Filosi
Registered Pharmacist

Extra Health Tip:
New Shingles Vaccine
A new vaccine for preventing shingles
in older adults has been approved by
the FDA. In a study of thousands of
people, the vaccine decreased the risk
of getting shingles by 50% in those
over 60 years of age. Participants who
got shingles despite getting the injec-
tion experienced less severe cases.
Shingles is a condition caused by the
chicken pox virus. After contracting
chicken pox, the virus lays dormant in
the body and can surface later in life
as shingles. If you're over 60, ask your
physician if the shingles vaccine is
right for you.


by Timothy J. Haught,
In the strictest sense, a funeral
is a highly personal occasion that
deserves all the attention that you pay
other, albeit happier, occasions. Your
funeral should reflect your personal
wishes, tastes and desires. With the
help of a funeral director, you can
plan ahead and select a funeral that
is in keeping with the religious and
cultural traditions, costs, and personal
preferences that are uniquely yours.
You can decide if the body will be
present at the funeral, if there will be
viewing or visitation, if the casket will
be opened or closed, and whether the
remains will be buried or cremated. If
you do not plan ahead you leave your
last chapter to be written by others.
Planning in advance of need is a
loving gift to your family. Having the
memorial site already selected and paid
for eliminates concerns of surviving
loved ones over what is available,
what you really would have wanted
and how much should be spent. It
eliminates emotional overspending
and hardships that can occur at the
time of loss. Knowing that your
cemetery arrangements are established
and paid for, according to your wishes,
provides everyone with peace of
mind. When you need assistance with
funeral services, please call HAUGHT
FUNERAL HOME at 813-717-9300.
Our home is located at 708 Dr. Martin
Luther King Blvd. W.
"The few little years we spend on earth
are only the first scene in a Divine
drama that extends on into Eternity."
Edwin Markham


Announcement of Retirement For Edgar W. Sapp, M.D.
cement of Continuation of Practice For Jeanne McGregor, M.D.
1605 West Thonotosassa Road, Plant City, FL 33563
Phone: (813) 754-1502


This announcement serves a double purpose. One, is to advise you of
Dr. Edgar W. Sapp's retirement effective October 12th, 2006.
Second is to announce the continuation of care at this office by Dr.
Jeanne M. McGregor. Also, Bay Health Center, a family care and walk-
in facility seeing patients age 2 and up, will be re-locating from 404
North Alexander Street to the above address.
Copies of medical records will be available and maintained at this
office for your convenience.




Children's Health Fair

Get Into the Game of Health!

Walk, Run or Jump on Over to Kid's Health!
At South Florida Baptist Hospital, we've been helping kids
stay healthy for more than 50 years. That's why we're ready
for a day of health that's fun and games for the whole family.

"Karing for Kids" Children's Health Fair for Infants to

Arthur Boring Building
Strawberry Festival Grounds x
2406 W. Reynolds St., Plant City
Call (813) 757-8511
for more information.
So it's "game on" for
a fun and informative
festival that's sure / /
to be a winner!

* Bicycle raffle for
boys and girls
* Fun food available

Special Thanks to Our Sponsors:

* Bella, Hermida, Gillman, Hancock
and Mueller
* Edward Jones Michael S. Cameron
* Florida Strawberry Festival
* Hal Paul Enterprizes, Inc.
* HealthEase
* Jackson Hewitt Tax Services
* Kash n' Karry
* Kid City at Tampa Children's

* Owens & Minor, Inc.
* Pepsi Bottling Company of Tampa
* Plant City Kiwanis Club
* St. Joseph's Cancer Institute
* Sunshine State Federal Savings
and Loan
* Tooth Caboose

Have Fun!
* Moonwalk
* Face painting
* Bayflite helicopter
* Infant play area
* Teddy bear clinic
"bring own teddy bear"
* Learn basic Karate moves
* Tour fire engine

Get Informed
* Sun safety
* Backpack safety
* Burn prevention
* Kids' nutrition
* Germbusters
* Allergies
* Ask a Pediatrician

Get Prepared
* Kid picture IDs
* Kid fingerprinting

Get Checked
* Blood pressure
* Vision
* Foot screenings
* Height/Weight evaluations
* Scoliosis screenings
* Dental screenings

For more information, call (813) 757-8511.

South Florida Baptist Hospital
301 N. Alexander St. Plant City, FL 33563 (813) 757-1200






Photo courtesy of Kimberly Price

Photo courtesy of Tammy Hancock

Plant City Boy Scout Troop 5, above, is chartered by the American Legion, Norman McLeod Post 26. Above right, enjoying the birthday party at the Orange Blossom
Tea Room are, from left, Jaola Wallace, Marietta Frances Langston and Jessica Keifer. Seated in front, Tammy Hancock holds Lauren Reagan Keifer. Lauren is wearing a
hand-sewn dress made by Jaola 24 years ago for Lauren's mother.

Just A Stitch In Time For Jaola

Family and friends of Jaola
Wallace celebrated years of sewing
and friendship earlier this month at
Jaola's 87th birthday party at the
Orange Blossom Tea Room.
An expert designer and
seamstress in Plant City for many
years, Jaola grew up in the Pleasant
Grove community when her family
settled in 1921.
A highlight of the birthday party
was a surprise fashion show featur-
ing two original designs that she
had made for her great-grand-
daughter Jessica Keifer. Family,
representing five generations,
included daughter Marietta Frances
Langston, granddaughter Tammy
Hancock, great-granddaughters
Sara Hancock, Jessica Keifer, great-
granddaughter-in-law Ehrika
Hancock and three great-great
grandchildren, Cheyenne Hancock,
A.J. Hancock and Lauren Keifer.
Guest and pianist Sherry Cotton
provided the birthday songs and
Jaola is the widow of Robert
Wallace. The couple shared 62
wonderful years of marriage. They
also have a son; Robert Joseph.
Continued blessings to this family.

The boys are back in town
Plant City Boy Scout Troop 5 was
started in 1921 and it proudly wants
the community to know that after a
brief inactive period, the troop has
been reactivated.
Their first court of honor was held
Sept. 11, recognizing work of troop
Welcome back and God bless the
leaders who give their time to these
energetic young men.

Green skies for Aaron
Five young golfers have made
Hillsborough County proud.
They joined 180 other Florida
athletes for the state's Special Golf
Championship Sept. 15-16 at The
Legends Golf and Country Club and
King's Ridge Golf Club at Clermont.
Hillsborough County was repre-

Photo courtesy of Janet Maze
Janet and Mike Maze welcome home their son, Pete, from service overseas.

sented by Aaron Black of Plant City,
Bryan Fisher and Ryan Fisher, both
of Riverview, and Chris McDarby
and Ryan Rupp, both of Valrico.
Aaron and partner Jim Black, his
uncle, placed fourth overall in the
nine-hole competition.

Welcome home Pete
Pete Maze was welcomed back to
the states by his parents, Mike and
Janet Maze of Plant City after servir
a year in Iraq at the 86th Combat
Support Hospital as a surgical tech.
His team completed the most
surgeries of all U.S. Army teams pul
together while he was serving there
and he received two medals; the
Army Commendation and the
Meritorious Service.
Pete will remain at the 101st
Airborne Division in Kentucky,
where he is working toward medical
Mom says he hopes to specialize
in burns and reconstruction.

Photo courtesy of Milene Powell
Jordan Renae Allen celebrates her first

Happy birthday Jordan
d Happy first birthday to Jordan
Renae Allen, the first and only
grandchild of Milene and Dallas
Powell of Plant City. Jordan is the

Photo courtesy ofVal McDarby
Golfers Aaron and Jim Black did the
county proud at a recent state golf
daughter of Melissa and Ray Allen.
Sixty guests, including Milene and
Dallas, recently celebrated the Aug. 1
birthday at the Allen's Clermont

Calling all tyke bikers
Youngsters can register to win one
of four bicycles donated by the Plant
City Kiwanis Club at the free Chil-
dren's Health Fair sponsored by
South Florida Baptist Hospital Oct.
7. The fair will be at the Arthur
Boring Building of the Strawberry
Festival grounds. For more
information on the fair, call 757-

Marcie Davis tells me her anniver-
sary trip to historic St. Augustine
was nothing short of fantastic, but
the wedding date was Sept. 10, 2005.
Also Ron's mom is Jane Nici. Sorry

Have a birthday or family event
you would like to see in Betty's
column? Send items to gabylee@ta-
mpabay.rr.com or mail or hand
deliver to The Courier, c/o Betty
Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler St., Plant City,
FL 33566.



Momentum builds
for teen fundraiser
Members of the Plant City
Chamber's Ambassador's and
the Plant City Dolphins are the
latest groups to sign up with a
fundraising effort to help three
young women suffering from
life-threatening diseases.
All three girls Megan Car-
penter, 16, Alexandria Prescott,
16, and Brandi Redmond, 15 -
attend Plant City High School.
"Plant City is such a tight
community when it comes to
children. People will open their
hearts," said Chris Prevatt,
public relations manager for Bill
Heard Chevrolet, who is orga-
nizing the fundraiser with Bill
Heard and the Plant City Rotary.
"We already have people calling
to donate."
A mini-golf fundraiser is
planned at Bill Heard, 2002 N.
Frontage Road, Nov. 12. The car
dealership will also be selling
window-pane sponsorships to
raise money for the three fami-
lies. Organizers hope to raise at
least $100,000.
"I meet with chamber ambas-
sadors group Sept. 21 and they
committed to helping and now

Buddy Bennett (president of the
Plant City Dolphins, a youth
football and cheerleading pro-
gram) has said they will anyth-
ing they can to help. Everyone
thinks this is a great cause."
For more information or to
donate, call 359-5018.

City building official
City Manager David Sollen-
berger announced during the
Sept. 25, city' commission
meeting that Jesse Carr, a city
building official who was
injured in a Sept. 14 boating
accident has been released
from Shands Hospital in Gai-
nesville and is on the mend.
Carr, 51, and his wife,
Brenda, were both severely
injured while boating on the
Suwannee River. Brenda is
still in intensive care but is
improving, Sollenberger said.
"We want Jesse to give him-
self time to recover before
rushing back to work," Sollen-
berger said. "We -have an
experienced staff and prefer
Jesse not rush his return."

Golf tourney on tap
The Plant City Optimist
Club and Plant City Recrea-
tion & Parks Department will
sponsor a charity golf tourna-

ment Oct. 21 at the Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club,
2001 Clubhouse Drive.
Money raised will benefit
Optimist youth programs in
Plant City.
Cost is $60 -per person for
golf, cart, range balls, two
beverage tickets, a meal and
door prizes.
Registration forms are avail-
able at the Recreation & Parks
Department administration
office, 1904 S. Park Road, and
online at the department's
Web site,
or call 752-1602 or 759-1019.

Children's health fair
South Florida Baptist Hos-
pital's 14th annual Karing for
Kids children's health fair will
take place Oct. 7 from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the Arthur Boring
Building on the Florida Straw-
berry Festival grounds.
Children will get a basic
health check and be provided,
with information on resources
available to them.
In addition, there will be a
moon walk, face painting and
Free screenings will include
blood pressure, height and
weight, vision, podiatry, scoli-
osis and asthma.
Call: 757-8511.


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Apostolic Church ofJesus Christ:
1212 W. Reynolds, 477-5130
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Darrell Jones arrived in
Plant City just seven months
ago and he already thinks it's
heaven on earth.
"We're both loving it," he
said. "God's blessed me with
all the oranges I can have,
and if there's a person that
loves strawberries then it has
to be my wife."
For more information on
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Q: Where were you born?
A: Palatka, 1972. Most of
my life, my dad worked for
Lance Snacks and I ate off
his Lance truck. I graduated
from Palatka High School in
Q: How did God call you?
A: I surrendered to the
ministry at 18. But first God
used me in the U.S. Marine
Corps. They don't promote
being pastors, they promote
warriors but I had the
chance to be my platoon's
spiritual leader.
Q: How did that work?
A: Other than boot camp,
it was great. I got to visit 13
countries including Haiti
and central Africa. It helped
me realize how great we live
here in America and how
blessed we are.
Q: When did you leave the
Marine Corps?
A: I returned home at 23. I
worked at the paper mill and
helped out with the youth at
church. I joined the praise
band and made a lot of noise
on the drums. That got my
attention focused. You can't
bring the warrior mentality
into the civilian world.
Q: How about school?
A: I went to Wake Forest
University and worked as a
bi-vocational minister doing
security and youth work. I'm
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Q: When were you mar-
A: I took a youth ministry
job near Palatka in 2000, met
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we married in 2003.
Q: Why quit youth work?
A: I love teens. I love the
ups and downs and the
struggles. But as a youth
minister, I never felt
complete. I knew that God
was calling me on and bi-
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Q: Glad you're in Plant
A: These past several
months, I really feel com-
pleted. The day we showed
up, there were 22 adults at
the parsonage waiting to
help. It was overwhelming.
Q: What's your niche at
Cedar Grove?
A: I'm just a part of the
team. The interim pastor
laid a good foundation. I'm
not adamant about rapid
change, but if we're growing
we must. We celebrate 100
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St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
is inviting all inactive Catho-
lics to join a "coming home"
program Sept. 28. The pro-
gram runs 7 to 9 p.m. for six
consecutive Thursdays.
According to a church
release, the program "will pro-
vide an opportunity for you to
share your concerns and
answer any questions you may
have about the Catholic faith.
We want you to know that we
miss you and want to help you
to reconcile your differences
with the Church."
Call: 752-8251.
Jewish high holidays services
Temple Emanuel is hosting
services for the upcoming

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years next July. We have a
good core group and a
wonderful crowd Sunday
mornings. We average 75
and hit the 90s once in a
Q: What's your vision for
this church?
A: This church needs to be
a lighthouse for hope and
bring in those that are
spiritually lost. I think God
wants us to go to church to
be happy.
Q: Are you ready for a
growing community?
A: I definitely think so. We
have a great group of young
people. I try to focus on our
Sunday schools reaching out
to their peers. I teach the
young couples class.
Q: What gives you joy?
A: That people want to
come and talk, and seek
some Godly advice. I might
be the youngest pastor this
church has ever had. The joy
is that they have accepted
Q: Do you have children?
A: I'm so thankful for my
family. Aubrey is 2 and Caleb
is 9 weeks. God knew what
he was doing. I'm 33 and I
have my wife and children
and we're just as happy as
we can be.

Jewish high holidays. The
temple, 600 Lake Hollings-
worth Drive, Lakeland, serves
the Jewish community in East-
ern Hillsborough and Polk
counties. The services
Oct. 1, 6:30 p.m., Erev
Yom Kippur service
Yom Kippur, Oct. 2, 8:30
a.m., noon, 4:45 p.m. Break
the fast following the final
blast of the shofar.
The largest event of the year
for the temple, those who plan
to attend are asked to call Sue
Moore at (863) 682-8616,
Monday through Friday from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Service for Sukkot, a harvest
festival commemorating the
40 years Jews wandered in the
desert after leaving Egypt, are
also planned:
Erev Sukkot, Oct. 6, 7:30
Sukkot, Oct. 7, 9:30 a.m.
Oct. 8, 9:30 a.m.

Q: What's your "go-to"
A: I study from the New
American Standard. When I
preach, I like to preach from
the New King James Version.
Q: What's your taste in
A: I love bluegrass; Dad
played banjo in a group.
Then you've got to have
some reggae when you're on
the beach. I like Stephen
Curtis Chapman and
Michael W. Smith. Who's to
say that we all need to listen
to the same music?
Q: Is God's timing differ-
ent than ours?
A: I know for a fact,
brother. God has this eternal
clock and we can see it
through the generations.
There's some kind of a
timetable there.
Q: Are you optimistic?
A: Definitely. If people
don't feel a positive attitude
at church, then why go back?
They're going to go where
they find that positive spirit.
Derek Maul
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Tickets for the breakfast are
$12.50 per seat. A 10-seat table
is $125.
"He has a lot of invitations
and is internationally known,
so we were delighted and a
little surprised we were able to
get him here," said Danny L.
Morris, director of the Shiloh
Baptist Association who has
been helping plan the confer-
ence for more than a year.
The conference will likely
cost more than $10,000, but
with help from local churches
First Baptist Church of Plant
City is donating the use of
their church there will be no
. admission fee at any confer-

"The whole conference is about letting Christ

direct our lives and living out our faith in our

community and our workplaces."

Director, Somebody Cares Plant City
ence events except the break-
"For someone who is
searching for how to find
God's will and walk with God,
he offers some very insightful
challenging thoughts," Morris
said. "He speaks with depth,
solidness and clarity.

Among the other free events
planned for Blackaby's visit
Oct. 13: 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, 503 N. Palmer

St., featuring special music.
Oct. 14: Saturday morning
conference from 9 to noon;
Saturday afternoon confer-
ence from 1 to 3. "Experienc-
ing God: The Musical" with
Gary Rhodes and Claire
Cloninger is at 7 p.m. at First
Baptist with a repeat perform-

ance Oct. 15. at the same
"We are hoping for a full
house," said Steve Morse,
minister of education and
administration at First
While Blackaby's book is
required reading in many
Bible study classes, Morse
said he is also a powerful
"I have heard him speak
numerous times," Morse said.
"He is one of the most moving
speakers people will ever
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Schools Crown Calendar Girls

More than 140 young ladies turned out for the calendar girl contests at Plant City and
Durant High Schools Sept. 23. Cheered on by packed auditoriums at both schools, the
events drew friends, family, teachers and more than a few admirers.

Photos courtesy Billy Friend
Twelve girls were also chosen for each month of the calendar, which will be out later this year. The monthly winners were: Ms.
January, Alexa Coffee; Ms. February, Samantha Williams; Ms. March, Tanay Tatum; Ms. April, Alexandra Watkins; Ms. May, Lauren
Smith; Ms. June Ashley Mohler; Ms. July, Skoti McElveen; Ms. August, Stephanie Barker; Ms. September, Kaley Kinard; Ms.
October, Darby Nail; Ms. November, Britney Balliet; Ms. December, Morgan Feaster.

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Victoria Helton was crowned calendar cover girl at Plant City
High School. "It was a beautiful evening and all 64 contestants
were very competitive," said Roxanne Fulwood, who helped
organize the event. "I think my husband and I jumped 50 feet
in the air when the crown was placed on Victoria's head. I know
she will do Plant City proud." Helton is Fulwood's daughter.
Gary Brady, a PCHS teacher, and Caycee Hampton, the 2006
Miss Heart of Plant City, emceed the event which was spon-
sored by the Plant City High Athletic Booster Club.

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Senior Katie Foster is crowned cover girl at Durant by last
year's cover girl, Hannah Hodge.

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The other winners at the Durant school were: January, Jaleesa Dudley; February, Jaclyn Raulerson; March, Kendyl Howe; April, Samantha Booher; May, Lauren Creel;
June, Shawna Michele Newsome; July, Haley Ozell Morgan; August, Mistie Cheyenne Snell; September, Megan Prevatt; October, Elizabeth Gwyn; November, Tifton
Deann Lawson; December, Jennifer Lee Johnson.


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Players in the upcoming
dinner and Star Produc-
tion musical review
"Memory Lane" are
rehearsing each week at
the Ramada Inn Plantation
House. Kristine Hunts-
inger, left, Kandace Mask,
James Scofield, kneeling,
Chere' Mask, Ray Barber,
Susan Staton and Bob
Gordon will perform in
the main dining room Nov.
6. Tickets to the two-act
musical review and dinner
are $39.95 each. Dinner is
at 7 p.m. The show will
start at 8. Call the Ramada
inn Plantation House, 2011
N. Wheeler St., for
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An ultrasound picture of a baby was one of the highlights of
the event. Below, Ivan Cardwell, right, accepts the Gilmartin
Memorial Award for service to Pregnancy Care Center from
Dan Black, the event coordinator.

Photos courtesy of Pregnancy Care Center

Celebration for Life banquet
Ict More than 100 people turned out for the Celebration for Life banquet Sept. 11 at St. Clement
Catholic Church. The event benefits the Pregnancy Care Center of Plant City. Thomas A. Glessner,
president of the National Institute of Family & Life Advocates, was the guest speaker. Above,
Glessner joins Mary Alice Hendricks, the center's executive director. For more information on the
center, call 759-0886.

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dignitaries at the sixth annual
remembrance dinner in honor of
Plant City/Hillsborough County
first responders and in memory
of fireman and police officers
who lost their lives five years
ago in the terrorist attacks of
Sept. 11. The dinner was held
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Plant City. Ober spoke about
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how Americans came together
after the attacks and how
important events such as the
appreciation dinner are in
reminding us of the importance
of first responders. Also in
attendance were State Rep. Rich
Glorioso, Plant City Fire Chief
George Schiley, Plant City Police
Chief Bill McDaniel, Mayor John
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came here from Arkansas in 1959. She
was a homemaker and a baptist.
She is survived by two sons, Jerry of
Plant City and Billy of Lakeland; two
daughters, Jennifer Bowers of Plant City
and Bernice Adams ofWilkesboro, N.C.; a
sister, Gaston McCorkle of Tyronza, Ark.;
12 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchil-
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Episcopal Church in Valrico.
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of Blue Ridge, Ga., and Darryl C. of Plant
City; three grandchildren; and four great-
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Sept. 13. He was born in Montague,
Mass., and'came here from Massachu-
setts 50 years ago.
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War II and a teacher for Hillsborough
CoIunt. He was a member of Mount
Enori Primitive Baptist Church and the
Mount Enon Cemetery Association.
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/Gerald;D. Martin Sr., 80, of Plant City
died Sept. 15. He was born in Coosawhat-
chie, S.Ci, and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World
War II and fought at Normandy.
/ He was self employed and operated
arcade games.
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sons, Gerald D. Jr. of South Carolina and
Sean White of Lakeland; two daughters,
Caroline Glenn of South Carolina and
Michelle Hunter of Riverview; a brother,

Herbert of South Carolina; a sister, Inez
Richardson of South Carolina; seven
grandchildren; and three great-grand-
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Opal H. Hodge, 77, of Plant City died
Sept. 15.
She was born in Oneco and was a long-
time resident of Plant City.
She was a retired waitress.
She is survived by three sons, Donald
Highsmith of Ocala, Bill Highsmith of
Lithia and Duane Highsmith of
Wimauma; a sister, Betty McClenden of
Plant City; six grandchildren; and three
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Hattie May Rollyson, 93, of Plant City
died Sept. 15. She was born in Alabama
and was a member of First Baptist
Church of Plant City.
She was the owner of Rollyson Trading

Post and was a member of the Women's
Club, Order of the Eastern Star and Lions
Club Auxiliary.
She is survived by a daughter, Harline
Roberts of Valrico; two grandchildren;
and three great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home.

Sara R. Snyder Hammer, 89, of Plant
City died Sept. 16.
She was born in Palmetto and was a
She was a member of First United
Methodist Church of Plant City; past
president of the YMCA of Tampa; presi-
dent of The Children's Home Auxiliary,
and was the first Ruskin Tomato Queen.
She is survived by a son, John M. Jr. of
Highlands, N.C., and Deland; a daughter,
Ann Trinkle of Plant City; three sisters,
Scott S. Logan of Palmetto, Dell S. Kanz-
lerot of Bradenton and Barbara S. Smith
of Palmetto; eight grandchildren; and 18
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Cougar Golfers

Stay Unbeaten

The projected path to an
undefeated regular season
nearly veered completely off
the road or, in this case,
the golf course.
Durant edged Blooming-
dale last week by a score of
Though the Bulls are a
good team, entering the
match at Bloomingdale with
a 7-1 record, Durant was
expecting a relatively easy
victory. The reason that did
not happen was no mystery
to Cougars golf coach Dick
"We didn't play well," he
The only exception was
Amy West, the sophomore
whose 39 was seven shots
better than any of her
Cougar teammates.
The aberration on the
scorecard came from Jenni-
fer Harris, but she had a
pretty good excuse. Harris,
who shot a 42 in her previ-
ous Cougar outing, only
carded a 56 against Bloo-
mingdale. She was playing

her first match since being in
a car wreck.
"It was nothing serious,
but it did cause her to not
play for three weeks. The
typical stiff back and neck
that comes with being in an
accident," said Sheffield.
Harris said those injuries
were not a reason for her
struggles Wednesday, just
"rust" from the layoff.
Despite the scare, Durant
was able to improve its
record to 8-0, and there
appear to be no more
impediments to an unde-
feated regular season record,
assuming Harris and team-
mates Heather Wengyn and
Ashley Miller play more to
their standards when Durant
again takes on Bloomingdale
next Wednesday.
Actually, Sheffield was not
fully aware of how close the
girls were to suffering their
first defeat, since he was
paying more attention to the
boys team, which he also
coaches. Sheffield put John
Conner, a sophomore, in the


second grouping for the first
time and Conner responded
with the second-best score
for Durant that day. Team
No. 1 player Tres Hall had a
41, but the Cougars lost to
the Bulls, perhaps the top
boys team in the county.
The district tournament is
less than two weeks away
and will be held at Summer-
field Golf Course, which
works out well because the
Cougars' next-to-last match
is against Riverview on the
same course.
"I don't say we need every
advantage we can get, but
that's pretty nice how it
works out," Sheffield said.
He does not deny that
hosting the regional tourna-
ment would be a big help,

and this week Sheffield is
putting in the bid to bring
that event to River Hills.

District football action
Can't wait for these
football games to start
REALLY meaning something.
I don't know about every-
body else (well, I do know in
the case of the coaches), but
the intensity and the ner-
vousness goes up about
tenfold when district games
are being played.
Keep an eye not only on
what Durant and Plant City
are up to, but a great number
of intriguing football match-
ups around the area this
Friday. I have a sneaky
suspicion, and this could be
way off, that Armwood might
be in for a battle at Winter
Haven. Remember last year,
Winter Haven knocked off
Hillsborough AND Jefferson -
in the playoffs before leading
Armwood in the fourth
quarter. The Hawks, of
course, did come back to win
that game.
Other good ones, all '
meaningful district contests,
include: Newsome at Free-
dom (the winner basically
will be in position to square
off with Middleton for that
district's runner-up spot),
Gaither at Wesley Chapel
(critical) and Lakeland at
Lake Gibson.


Down to the wire
Durant's John Mitchell edges out Newsome's Keegan Bixler at the finish line of the boys cross country meet at University of
South Florida Saturday. Mitchell placed 26th and Bixter finished 27th in the prestigious King/USF Invitational. Durant's boys
team finished ninth overall on the strength of 16th-place individual finisher Khemaron Kelly. Newsome's team finished 14th
while Brandon finished 12th overall as top finisher Drew Woodke came in 14th.


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There is no easing into the
district football schedule for
Durant. Whether it's one of
the Sarasota teams or a tre-
mendous Riverview squad,
the Cougars are going to have
their hands full against
whomever they run up against
from Class 6A-District 6.
This year's schedule is
especially. tough as Durant
must play both Sarasota
schools on the road. The first
of those games is this Friday
when the Cougars travel to
Sarasota High.
"This is a great opportu-
nity," said Durant head coach
Mike Gottman. "It's an oppor-
tunity for Durant High School
and the program to make a
mark, to prove out all the hard
work we've been doing."
Last week, the work resulted
in Durant's bestresult so far, a
35-0 whitewash of George
Jenkins that put the Cougars
back above the .500 mark at
3-2. At the same time, Sara-
sota lost for the first time
when it fell, 25-14, at Mana-
Sarasota' advanced out of
the rugged 6A-6 last year as
the runner-up, losing in the
first round of the playoffs to
Orlando Boone, 21-20, in
overtime. Boone went on to
lose in the next round, but it
was to eventual 6A state
champ Palm Beach Gardens.
In other words, just to get
the chance to qualify for a
tough postseason road the
Cougars would be advised to
knock off the Sailors some-
how. Gottman thinks he
knows the way to go about it.
"Manatee was very big and
physical on both the offensive
and defensive lines," he said.
"Sarasota has a big 0-line, but
on defense, they were a little
light, and Manatee ran the
football on 'em and ran it
In all, Manatee gained 276
yards on the ground. On
offense, Sarasota did do some
damage, but almost all
through the air, with quarter-
back Casey Kelly throwing for
276 yards.
Against Jenkins, Cougar
quarterback Jeremy Fussell
not only passed for 97 yards
on eight completions but also
kept the ball 12 times, running
for 34 yards. Durant had a
well-balanced rushing attack
with Kevin Gainer getting two
scores, and Matt Wacaser and
Archie Rembert adding a
touchdown each. All three ran
for about 40 yards apiece.
On defense, the Cougars
again were led by their fire-
See DURANT, Page 21


Raiders Look To Start

2nd Half With Key Win


Claiming its first win
midway through a season
never sounded so inviting as it
does for the Plant City Raiders
football team. The Raiders
host Brandon Friday as both
teams start their Class 5A-Dis-
trict 7 schedules.
Despite going winless
through the first half of the
season, Plant City is 0-0 when
it comes to district play and
can get more than just an
emotional boost if it beats the
Eagles. The Raiders would
shoot to first place in 5A-7,
along with Friday's East Bay-
Bloomingdale winner.
The trick, though, will be
containing Mike Brown. The
star Eagles running back, who
engaged in a can-you-top-this
contest with Plant City quar-
terback Jason Brown, returns

while Jason Brown has gradu-
Last week, Brown was com-
pletely stuffed by Riverview in
a surprisingly lopsided 44-0
loss for Brandon. Brown fum-
bled three times and was held
to 26 yards on 21 carries.
Plant City, meanwhile, fell
for the fifth time in as many
games, as Newsome turned a
7-7 halftime score into a 33-15
victory. Newsome stunned the
Raiders with three touchdown
passes in a row.
The Raiders had their best
offensive game of the season,
with Jacari Bennett running
for 115 yards and adding a 61-
yard TD reception from Der-
rick Hargrove. Sirchauncy
Holloway broke through for a
69-yard score less than a
minute into the game.
Brandon is 1-4, the only win
coming against Durant when
the Cougars fumbled before
attempting a game-winning
field goal. Brown was held out
of most of three games and
Brandon did not score in any

Plant City linebacker Arsenio Durant (2), left, penetrates the line of scrimmage as Newsome
running back Bryant Moores takes the handoff from quarterback Keith Gosdoski Friday night. The
Raiders had a difficult time stopping Newsome's rushing attack, as Moores finished with 116
rushing yards and the host Wolves beat Plant City 33-15.

of them. He is expected to play
Friday's loser is far from
eliminated from playoff con-

tention, but would more than
likely have to eye a runner-up
spot in the district. That's not
a position that either team

wants to be in, however, as the
5A-7 runner-up must travel to
the District 8 champ a spot
reserved for Lakeland.

Raider Volleyball Coach Stays Positive

With no count 'em, zero -
returning starters from last
year's squad, and the same
number of players possessing
club volleyball experience, it
was bound to be a tough
season for the Plant City Raid-
And indeed the Raiders
have struggled in most
matches, losing their last 12.
So why is their coach all
"This year, it's all about the
process and not the outcome,"
said Misti Neutzling, always a
fiery competitor who does not
mind having to adapt a differ-
ent mindset for this year's
Raider outfit.
From the beginning, Neut-
zling was aware wins would be
few and far between. But that
has not been a source of
The reason: The whole
Raider team has displayed the
kind of hard work and spirit
that Neutzling knows is neces-
sary to get the program turned
around. In other words, the
"process" she speaks about.
"I was expecting it to be a
very stressful season, but it
hasn't been. The girls have

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plug of a linebacker, junior
Eric Councill. With Jenkins
facing an early deficit the
opening drive of the game
ended with Fussell throwing a
10-yard TD pass to Royce Rose
- the Eagles were forced to
pass, but had no luck. Jash
Powe, Jacob Wall and John
Hicks all came up with inter-
ceptions and Jerome Huggy
had a good all-around night.
Wall was also excellent on kick

been awesome," she said.
"The losing has nothing to do
with talent we are extremely
talented, and extremely dedi-
Plant City lost all of its start-
ers, but did return a pair of
seniors. Rena Reaume and
Ashley Mohler have been the
leaders, and are always on the
court. Sophomore Ali Boggs,
the setter, has been a consis-
tent presence and the Raiders
have a freshman starting in
Erika Kolakowski. Her sister,
Krysta, also starts.
In all, the team has more
freshmen and sophomores
(eight) than it does upper-
classman, but Neutzling said
she has been "really impreesed
with the maturity level" they
have shown.
Having her players be able
to participate in club volley-
ball would make a huge differ-
ence, Neutzling is convinced.
Most of Plant City's opponents
have rosters filled with club
As a former coach at Troy
University in Alabama, Neut-
zling saw it every weekend.
And there is another advan-
tage to having players join
club teams in the offseason.
"It's the only way to get a
college scholarship for volley-
ball," she said. "College
coaches do not go to high
school games. They go to club
tournaments. Every one of

The only problem, which
has been pervasive through
the first half of the Cougar
season, was missing some
chances to finish off drives in
the red zone. Durant com-
mitted a penalty at the Jenkins
2-yard line and ended up with
no points.
"We were able to get away
with it last week, but that can't
happen against Sarasota,"
Gottman said. "We led 14-0 at
halftime and it should've been

these big tourneys I attended,
you're talking about thou-
sands of college coaches."
Durant, which has always
had its players go through the
club system, is not coinciden-
tally sitting at the No. 2 seed in
Class 6A-District 8 behind Sar-
asota Riverview, which is
ranked third in the state.
And speaking of Sarasota
Riverview, the Rams and Raid-
ers were supposed to square
off last week, but, for the
second time in a row, a trip
down south resulted in no
match being played.
Last Tuesday started off well
enough, with the Raiders get-
ting all the way to Sarasota
High. The junior-varsity teams
played first as is the norm, but
right before the start of the
varsity match things went off
"The lights went out. It was
a huge flash of lightning, and
they went out," Neutzling
said. "So we waited it out and,
after 30 minutes or so, they
come back on and then BOOM
another strike."
And on Thursday, the trip to
Sarasota Riverview didn't even
get to that point. Neutzling got
a call from the Sarasota River-
view coach, who said that their
schedule had the match at
Plant City.
"We were in Brandon when
the call came. We just turned it
right back around."

Though the Sailors lost to
Manatee, it should be noted
they have an impressive, and
wild, 42-35 win over Braden-
ton Southeast to their credit.
Sarasota also has victories
over Barron Collier and Palm-
etto, two teams that have gone
3-1 in the rest of their games.
Riverview, which is unde-
feated, hosts Sarasota River-
view in Friday's other 6A-6

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Team Tennis kickoff
At the World Team Tennis (WTT) kickoff event Sept. 9, Jan
Eason, left, Alex Beardsley, Kyle Eason and Teresa Azorin
shake hands after a match at the Plant City Tennis Center
at Ellis-Methvin Park. WTT features coed teams compet-
ing in a format developed by tennis legend Billie Jean
King. It consists of six no-ad sets one set of men's and
women's doubles followed by men's and women's singles,
ending with two sets of mixed doubles. A total count of
games won from all sets determines the winner. Forty
players participatedrnoon session, with the players
divided into teams by Shane Johnson, Plant City's tennis
pro and supervisor of the Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department facility. "It was a great day of tennis and the
players really enjoyed it," said Johnson during the post-
tournament barbecue dinner. Other tennis programs for
youth and adults are available at the facility, 120 North
Wilder Road, as well as open court play. The facility -
open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday 8
a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday noon to 6 p.m. features four
cushioned hard courts and four pay-for-play clay courts.
Information: www.plantcitygov.com/rec, click the tennis
center link, or contact Johnson at sjohnson@plantcitygo-
v.com or call the tennis center, 707-7485.


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dovetail, never used Ph .ysicians /parm te& Breaas Clc isp 1 1" St EKxcl66oer BOXER p Rup aie db lines black & red, $500 -2 mh-8700
still in box. Can deliver cist. OvernightShip- 800-749-4045 Extl101. Office Equipment/ 1 sate, s elder couple now in bad in c iP s M-F 11-9
c omw/wall rack & 4 cues + bird lvers home.call e ETOY- CVisaMc, Amex, Discover
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FU ely & w e LATERAL FILE- use1867853ost $7K Sacrifice KC, 2 h arlequn, P048-6637 0213
3-924-26185 eEXPRESSLON3 draw chin ers, fireproof, with 140 83-74-7701 MOLLUCAN Cockatoo lue me fch. Owner Ops

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SOffice & More. Alxc iIYork,New Engnd&all 45x44x21.. $750. month old female very $500-$U1000. eady / 10/. 0 -
uai MOVINGSALEs813-839-0921g Pool Table $.050 lovable, talks. Lae a deposits Exotic ) EMPLOYMENT

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hin must go tomer rated A+. Free 4x8 Pro Seriseal, wood a utosealtc. M us p #158 t0l
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813-924-1326 service. Credit cards ac OFFICE E uipment lifetime wrnty 727-224- s81 |
EDOO. 3 Cr a m t Damod Pia cepte6d. Reloca ti ed Sportoon Sp- NO El 1 o line pon s 8871; 813-477-9019 og res l Starting at $3. Administrative
BEDR MSETS ENGAGEMENT Ring3/4 cialists.(Lic. systemand8 A Gold Fish, too 0 Dade City General Officet
Wrouse Full Must Sell! caraof MOBILITYDiam CHAIR amnd, PAID for WATCHES#MC299938) 1-800-941- IBMDeolf cart bug- CHIHUAHUA 1 male 1 yr SHIHTZU PUPPIES, AKC all Denise, 813-215-4389
Wicker& Rattan an cess ut set in Car- 3767 6 mths old !$8000 Pool Table 1 4x8 AMERICAN Pit Bull Red AKC, HC 3 males, lfe- ,. DATA ENTR~ Wo.rk From
to choose. 813 I& rot Gold. Super Clear! obo (321)303-8867 Pro Series 1" Tourna- Nose Pup ies Red& ril e black. Also 2 iNellaneouse NtsRAny Work Frei
5000 OBO (813)695-1008 FLOORING Brazilian Great Condition!!! ment slate, K66, 100% Chocala a A.D.B.A Rag brindle F. $OS0ea.
www.qualitywicker.com tony.caputa@us.army. Cherry 3/8"x3.5", 25 yr gum rubber rails new $350 813-299-2538 or e 757-3718/9451653872-25 HORSE trailer, 2006 punter Required. Excel-
BEDS AAA+ VlSCO $3.79/sq Sric Patio & Deck $3200, sell $1150. Can HAVANESE MALE PUPPY ooseneck, dress rm ty. Serious Inuiries On
3/8"x3.5", Supplies1 deliver. AUSTRAILIAN Cattle 3, blaCk &1tan,7'2" ht., straight load 6 $800)344-9636 Ext.
ORTHOPEDIC Nasa ROLEX- BUY SELL 1st uai s, blue, 7 s. old
Memry Foam Mattress Service-Selection.Yates $ fr 3 -8BICstK &8ocrt vrs 13-924-1326 Do Parents, hluerd. p ....0$5700 (863)537-4959,370o.
FREE FAST25 DYET 1st prices. instas WE BUY Treadmills, $ 0 (863) 859-6722 .Reresentative semi-
ET PRICE DOR SystemNoCrediardEllipticals,Benches,Pus
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7924 W. Hillsborough with NFL Sunday Ticket! up call Play it.Again cates, Adorable. ready mask or Wht $200,$250 families, supervising
across from Winghouse Free DVR! Also, Dish BRICK PAVERS Sop Carrollwood 969- togo.$50. Rd "10/6 813-737-2977 students and work with
OPEN EVERYDAY LAWN mower Torro 52", Network! $29.99! 1- 45 cents ea, Man colors 0855, Tampa Palms 514- Cal 727-328-0203 ..local high schools. Info:
www.mattressdr.com 3 yrs old, t3500. 407- 800-574-2260. Do It YourselfInfo 6556, Brandon 661-4141 ckc0&8L9 puppis, AC, y-
800-287-5337 PIANO w/bench Antique (813)968-6150 Sun Pavers Stamps / Coins / mnt old parents 13 home raised, very FARMER'S herita'e 0o r
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DAY BED $295* 36, Troybilt 34, gear t 1 Restaurant / Hotel WE BUY COINSi 5LAB PUPS, AKC, shots, I Farm Supplies I P
Complete with 2 twin drive. Stair 52" dec.2 PINBALL MACH. Pool Tbl, 1L Equip. O r Bu yins A BA rag BU US-wormed,.vet cert. Block
ma -&pop-up, trundle. Tru-trak sets. All or MsPac, Galagaothers Oeruyrsepui A.A g 10- 0 e napnTingselling,atradng! BLUE PIT BULL PUPS-
Mateforstud(734)478- eagreg.ts/000-1500, TREES HOES (2) $900 School Director&Teachr
New, never used can de. $7000 obo. 813-610-5399 avail. Also Repairs. GLASS DOOR COOLERS Silver & Gold coins.,w Male for s t s corn P aran d e ns. Parents/ s 1 0 au. pu sh to- b dt aop re ferre d
liver. 813-924-13h 6 M ach placed in our bi z o pay to p $.813-792-24936 '2 250-$500 352-307-0772 g at her irrialtm b t t Toreineeded57-4res. rW
DINING Rm Set Antiue r Machinery & on 50/50 split, 4-1722 1 in 3 doors, walk in orr27-455-6196isnr7Kters ..uu. MaKe
10pc Oak, Empire,48" LHeavy Equipment REDUCE UTILITY BILLS! cooler 6x8. HobartMix- puppies, Gor- offes 813-634-188
Rnd Tbl w/lear, 6 chrs, Stop foreign oil1addic- ers. Call 727-581-9293 Store Fixtures Health Gtd Best of Breede g eous toP, re, M & F, o6 Driver / Delivery"J)
Buffet, Curio & Server, BOBCAT RENTALS tion. End global warm- NEW, Used and Refur- .I & Equip. -$20b & Up. H/C, al0a d 1- Fruit & Vegetables
Newly refinished, $3,000 Florida Forklift ing!.Solar reduces elec- bished Restaurant, Bak- www. allaroundborder 352-20351
813-407-5360 has.(16) track and trcity, water, and pool ery, Pizza and Ice CANDY DISPLAY collies.com 321-274-3370 contentedpuppes.co PERSIMMONS S1000+WKLY & Bonus
DINING ROOM table, 6 skid loaders. eating costs. Cream Equipment. Buy 6' refrigerated 4' dry, BOX&ER PUPPIES, Buster's MINI SCHN.AUZER PUPS 2 Mi No.rth of o *36-43cpW$12Opnm -
irCall 727-216-0228 FloridaFeeral Rebates and Sell. 727-463-3835 6' open self select & con- Boxers Breeding, SM, AKC. Shots. H/C, non 'OtLofs'0'LeaeNEW Tr s
chairs and lighted chin. Free consultation 800- M1 h Rd Doer esNW rc
hUtch with mirrored Florida Forklift has the 796-0951 PIZZA OVEN' HOBART ner stages. Best offer. 2F, flashy brind e, ne- shed. Blk/s0v. S&P. a citonsR CDL-A + 3 is OTR
back and glass shelves, largest selection of www.SolarDirct.co MIXER; LG OTSSERE; 813-684-3758 verse brindle, fawn w/ nReady 10/6. 0- (813) 335v1869 800-635-8669
$900. 813-759-8018 used forklifts in Lic#CWC029795 SHOWCASE REFRIGERA- wht markingsrfawn w/ ing dep. 813-889-8287 YOU Pick Black EyOPeR
co. Call727-216-0228 ***REDUCE*** YOUR CA- 863-412-2628 Lakeland u champ. sire,HC,1sNEWFOU..LANDpedi.-CoHks' bu...shelo YOU! OTR drivers, so-
shots dewormed, POP, rae $400 941)290-2 "77 "ooks,$2 ....shelif os orteams.6months
DINING SETS Florida Forklift Rents& All-DigitalSatellitesys- as&Tanning BUCS/RAYS k de. Ray !941)536-740w Beimd$10if ouPlc. lexpoeriencea&6CDL-A
Rattan & Wicker Man Lulls starting @ $900 a and programming start- Equipment ALL GAMES, call anytime 863.738.6294. ID1873914 fits package. 2003-
week Call 797-216-0228 in under$20. F ree Digi.1 1 7 PENGESE PUPS CKC s .- 2005 Equipment Call 1-
www.qualtywvcker.com tV deoRecordersto SALON EQUIPMNT: 813-787-1260...iBuy maNyEclr.$0. A- &pHorses&cCattlein800-362-0159
FORKLIFT Hyster, air SaleR SCal ProSun tanning T c YPug p ,CKC/AKC" ALCTransportaton.com
tires, 1dK lb capacity, Now. 1-800-795-7279 brand new hair SINKS, BUCS Season & individu-$AQHA Palomino Geldin
FORMAL DR table + 8 diesel engine, aut0 stations glass displays, al tickets. Exc lower & BOXER puppies, parents P$60. eo ......2 QHA Buckskin Gel-' / Driver FFE The F/S
chairs, china cabinet trans $5,500 obo Plant SALE 813-265-7070 upper level home game onnremises, health pugscom 3 z-S91-2271 APHA 16H Gedin, is higher here. $1.11
$2,300 2 new oak bar- City Call 813-478-5270 5 cs Dinning Set $599. seats only. 813-931-4750 s, registered, 7 fe- PODLE TOYS$00 each. 15 r o A $2000 sin-on
stools $45 a. Lthr re 813-758-05194 cs Bedroom Set $525. ei i smaleseon.white),19-male4750,ce.1,0BaYV Gelding $1800. All
inr101-5 R IFT INGLIFT has Forever Wicker- g h cwmals dn w it toy a ,icot, Ride great & trail safe. ase Plate provided. No
FUTON.As Is" to fully second. 813-948-4802 #1867853 & Supplies BuCS Tix's shots. Ready to go 9/16, ,e checked, readyOcto- 941-518-6637 truck no problem. Low
FuIsize9StopaneusplIeh Buy, Sell & Trade takinan 10, $0 a u. payment with short
csGslbx recond.EforkliftsBinLthecow, bred,30EBROIr
cost $515, sell5185 state. Huge inventory. 12 chine. Like new, with BOXERPUPS, AKCFawn PUG PUPPIES ADORABLE, r a
813U. LT 2001 p.R e CadaChild's4Hroject. Local/Regional Runs
STEEL BUILDING SALE' Brother-Pacesetter.TFM Read122CCA ifans.4$ 500jech. Lower
Tp.Lar......33 TMANUFACURER Dl- $1500 Call 813-677-8918 season. includes pkg.1 "ak De t' READYFOR LOVIN 813-996-2286 $1.03+ Surcharge/
LMNGR00M SETS FORKLIFT-TAMPA Forklift RECT Since 1980!" Oth- w HOME. ASKING $650. FOUR Quarter Geldings, Excelent HomeTime/
WIhOu MuSEll! since 1974. Parts Svc e ses. ampI: TOYOTA 12 needle Em- Sect 203 Row A Tampa 813-884-8557 352-241-7559 Good looking, sound, Medical Coverage
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to choose. 813-8"6-1566 40th St. 813-62-5251 2x'x..UUic-MandExtras, $7,500 obo ( Tools ) faw usk 'rd, -efor nest o is:8-7.0-
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1asant,. pillowetopsed BETICS with Medicare & Deals. Save $$$. 40 x Barns, Carports Start- tips & new hoses. $425 cy L RaTernsTi- $2S0in. Horses rented Driving, 25 yrs of age,
warranty. Never used. Insurance Pay Little or 6'1to 100 x 200'. Ex: 50 n To s-minis $350&up $15/hr $25/day Call good driving record.
Can deliver. Nothing! Supplies b x 100 x 12' = $3.60 ft Steel. 2 Styles 13 Col- p5
Queen set $275 M rer.Shippin! A! A w(wii 5uidn .om ors. FreeInstallation/ TOOL SALE. Buydirect ready! Loyal farmilypro- mccartysratterriers.com suncitystables.com
Fullnset27 Major Brands CaiTollw dbuldiguote. Open Satur- and save 30-70%. Rigid, actors loves chi Rottweiler Female 7 FREE HORSE MANURE!
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Since 1995. (-miscellaneouswate) a 8aan 1- Hausneld, Cummins Shots $400. 752-7990 YOU HAUL!!
MATTRESS Simmons8andmore. CAIRN Terrier Pus, AKC Local delivery available. I
Queen, Firm Set, Un- JAZZY SCOOTER/CHAIR4 DISH Network/Echo Star 866-736-7308. a m .RHNI8
claimed freight, as is whls, cost $5800, used 2 satellite systems want- co rs mm istode so AKC Scottish 0erri- & Females. AKC, HealthnIH IR IN G I
167 King $ 38 Mattress mos. 6 mos, warn. ed. Will na cash and cmMCFPFS or call 1-877- ers, Black $650. Certificate, LovinPot-GOATS for Sale Replace-
Fctory813-837-5 $1106. Lift also available pickp. a anytime 528-6646www.mccartysterriers ty trained, $400-60P ment Commerical Boer 2pre-school teachers.
813-390-0391 13-393-6162 Sporting Goods ) 5.com (352)i591-2271 1-941-922-5244 &Boer X NanniesBoer iply in person 1406GN.
Want to reach Housekeeping, repairs, X Kids, 25 to 501b. billies Viheeler t. Plant City
customers in search of MOBIUTY CHAIR- $$ PAID for WATCHES '02 EZ-GO golf cart bug- installation and more. CHIHUAHUA 1 male 1 yr SHIH TZU PUPPIES, AKC, all sizes Rams (sheep)
qnlto ducs an Jet 3,.used twice, great pocket & wrist. GOLD/ gy HD motor custom ac- Turntlfied's old akc white w/cream, 2 females, 2 males, 60 to 1001b. 386-758-


NHospitality/Clubs T Hobbs and Kimberly moval should not be or- the testimony and evi-
AIRLINE MECHANIC IRON-SHEET metal work- PLANT City Area multi Hospitality/Clubs ATELLITE r NOTICEOFSALE awards Gustafson, 203 dered on October 23, dence upon which the
Saes Pe rr Tr Edwars Gustason, 203 dered on October 23, dence upon which thes en iion
Rapid training for high ers. Must be experi- openings litigation & KITCHEN HELP WHISTLE exp.pref. Truck & toos In accordance with the Seminole Lake Blvd., 2006 at 7:30 .m., or as appeal is to be based.
paying Aviation Career. enced and have own transaction area 1-3 yrs STOP CAFE, CALL MARTI exp In accordance with the c I 33563. soon thereaer as the Te proposed ordinance
AA predicts severe tools 813-404-0794 experience. Fax resume OR JERRY 813-787-7316 re. 273233 provisions of Florida law, Plant City, F33563. soon mattereafter as theard in mayThe speed by the
AOxrdctsevere3p6trevinguematter may be heard in maybe inspected by the
e. Financial aid 8 4-895OR813-herebeingdueand n- Section4. A co of this the Sadye Gibbs Martin public at the office of the
if qual- Job place- JOBS! TopSS aid charges for which resolution shalle ost- Auditorium of the Nette City Clerk, CityHall,
met assistance. CALL reduction, Safety, Medical/Health Care ( Sales EA d i r's edontheroperty ocat- BerrraughonMnici- Plant Cty, Florida.
AIM (888)349-5387. Machine pon rators Medical/Health ed at 203 eminole Lake pal uilding,302 West
RitaStaffin I' EOUIPMENT lin of the goods Blvd.. Reynods Street (City Section 3. In accordance
COUNSELORS needed a- 75-5 NURSING hereinafter described H), Plant City, FLorida. with theAmericans with
r lant ity LOOKING for motivate, Tand stores at: ectionS. The City Clerk Disabilities Act, any per-
MCAYouthExtension MYSTERY SHOPPERS outing, enthusiasticA--U-STORE T, 3010 shall publisacopofthis Section 3. That the City son with a disability re-
Site located at 502 E. Get paid to shop! Retail RNS, LPNS & CNAS an positive peopNNG F TIhe courier, Clerkshalforthwith fur- quiring reasonable ac-
Young St. M-F, 1-30-6:30 / dining establishments POOL- All shifts who enjoy making o MPLOYMENT Plant City, F 33566 in issue of September 28, nshaop fthisr commdatinin order to
Please apply directly t ge i cus Ph: 813-754-3761 working at trade shows, been given, to the owner 2 Ford Leterman, in should cal the Cit
the above mentioned o evce aup EOE fairsgrand openings sai o t ad Section 6. All person are Avertta Clark, Patricia Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at
address. to $1i0/day Call Tolln special events and parties known to,claim advised that if a person Spranger, and Colleen least 48 hours prior to
O.E D.F.W. Free$1-800-733-4001 REETOd weeklyspecial sctild- an interest therein, and
S D.F.W.P. ree 1-80031-4901 RECEPTIONIST for Medi-e spece ecies to appeal any Peterman and Jack the public hearing.
DATA ENTRY! Work cal Office in Plant City f this is you, then we such notice foraymnt c sio thre- e teran at 80 ty, Section 4. The proposed
From Anywhere. Flexi- OTR drivers deserve wantto talk to you. We ofsuch having expired, CityCommisionwithre- Bar Street PlantCity, Section4.Theproposed
o 813-763-1366 t ndividua wih the goods be sotd at ectdo any matter con- Florida33563. ordi a

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Computer Required. Ex- m WedIere s & Met- ysall es experience Gand public auctn at the sidered at such meeting be based. 2 se c the fi
Coe e qureExt- year xperience. More goo communication a s a he will need a recordao? Section 4. Al copy of this te offce of theCity
cellent Career ore PartTimeabove stated address to the rsa fr ounhle s- rthe

SSeriousnquiries- W, rn position aar e e -National Certification suc purpose may ontheroeryloct- ra onMunicipa
tonal OTR positions- will be wmeling galv. goodlt Fu r', otr theMpr commodations, and former to spect to any matter con- erk mission on Septemberry
Foodrade tanour Florida Region! WAREHOUSE Call Andreina (813) 900- anal Assistance Iday Stembs participate in this meet- sideredatsucheet, 25, 2006.
Ext. 300 Heartland Express PERSONNEL 2257 or e-mail us at Backhoes, 2006 aFi 3:0 PM. pr verbatim record c of the City Reynols Street, Plant

e4efits, cmpttve I. d n OIproceedingsishemadteo -Job Placement eNem rat ction594 at The City Clerk City, Florida. DICKS
DATA ENTRY! Work exp DFWP 813-689-9262 circulationobstampat Loaders #427 least 48 hours prior to suchpurpose e may MAYOR-COMMISSIONER

From Anywhere exipe- eartlandexpress. Pmmediiate open th ich record includes slo u that
e "ors e F d ea 8 5 M ethe testimonyand evi- resolution in The courier, Section 4. This resolu-
Eom elen CouaCr e com. Branron and ten .' Kosk" i Dp sn teO Mo R IOe dence upon which the issue of September 28, tion as notice of the pro-
Excellent'Caree~r ppor- Carrollwood once"C Kiosk" in the#

rTi/MiWelders & Met- Ths s an enrlevel subje line and include Gradiers, Scr is to be based. 2 poed enactment of said
es 9636, ext89 a SiPoners N o s n that requires late your ZIP coe. R orina nce shall be pu
eEast Tama area Call night/eary-moreing All sals solicitors are Excavators #305 FLOE Section 7. In accordance Section 6. AIrson are listed in The Courier, is-

onalGoafte aste k andr tara ea nls r AEND Cou es ine DA. T I M EIS FOR C C Thursday, Sep-
DRIVER-HIRING QUALI- 813 654-499 hours and a flexie Independent Contrac- # 304 GRAMRE with the Americans with advised that ia person sue Sep-
FlED DRIVERS for Cen- work schedule. This torsL not employees of Furn, Misc Disabilities Actany per- decides to appeal any temper 28, 2006.

tra mcome assembImg crli tm pat ssition. 1f qualifid. C a OR DREDARSOUON D LA FLORIDA AS RE8UIRiD
S ass ro o WELDER F/T position faspaced warehouse Theampa Tribune" National r ion #112 GIBBS son with a disability re- decision mane by the
ti R positions, will be w n environment requires Fn Gtar, Mic q unable ac- City Commission with re- Apotd bythe CityCo
Food grade tanker, no pine for gate frames & moving newspapers. -FinacalAssistance Items rcommodation in order to sped to any matter con- mission on September
hazmnat no pumps,great other misc. pe weld- and/or inserts as they THE Tlfl #347 GRIFFIN participate in ts meet- s ed at suc meeting 25, 2006.
benef ri, competitive ing. Salary oased on arrive at the center to job Placement rn Mis ItemsI oe will need a record of C
eay & new equipment cific areas within. -oPY Nlac Fu2 MTis I Cerk at (813) 659-42Ct at the proceedings, and for JOHN L DICKS
ues 2rt hav the atosAstan Tiane dthepublicnearing. need to ensure that a

rtP foryouroW ortuni Independent You must possess basic Teachers 8000 verbatim record of the A rTEST:
c today. Ks (800ic 1-7950 ontractorstiALcon Apoted by the City ComR proceedings is mCoadeto
ta 0 1 o uter knowledge and Diretor Chrw istian Day Associated adaE mission on SeptemberM wicON recor inches VIRGINIT A L. HELPER
DRIVERS Bonus every. 6 reorganized. Care Director needed Training Serces 25, 2006. the testimony CITY e C t CLiERA

Months. OTR I- LIFE = OPPORTUNITIES If you don't mind getti ng i IX, Plant N: 51 9 0 ON dce upon which the
cal positions, New your ans irty an care center in Varico, ww.qpmentoperator.com JOHN L. DIetor of the is to be base. Approved as to form and

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EquipmentYearExpe- Have you ever thought of want a part-time job to Fl. Benefits, bonus ro RESOLUTION NO MAYOR-COMMISSIONER o n .correctness:
rience ClassnA with tank running your own busi- supplementyour in- gram, F/T. If you thinkere204-20D6e
& hazmat. 100% food ness? so, having your come, we otr employ- outside of the box ps. AMERICA'S DRIVING ATTEST with the Americans with KENNETH W. BUCHMAN
rad carrier. Call877- own newspaper route meant with a multi- call Sherri 83-391-1549 ACADEMY Start your A RESOLUTION DECLAR- Dsabilities Actany per- CITY ATTORNEY
might be just what you media company, a co driving careertoday! Of ING INTENTION OF THE VRGINIA LHELPER son with a disability re-
82-6537.oare looking for! petitive wage and train- i i fe ring co nurses in CDLrA. CITY COMMISSION OF C ITY CLERK quiring reasonable ac- NO; 9/28/2006
com.oleytrinso r Newspaper routes are n g. I ..:AdOne Tuton fee! Many THE CITY OF PLANT CITY c mm at er re t CIT tA ooe
co cur rently available in In- In terested applicants Ia yment options! NO TO ORDER AND DIRECT Approved as to form and participEate in this me t-
DRIVER: YOU WANT IT, dian Rocks Beach, Bel- can mail resume to 202 UIestrat i on Fee! DEMOLITION AND RE- correctness: ing should call the City
WE HAVE IT! Solo, lear Beach St Pete and S Parker St, Tampa FL (88)808-5947 MOVAL OF BUILDINGS Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at
teams, owner o ra- Pinellaso bark. $300 33606, attn Kimbery Kel nfoamericasdrivinga OR STRUCTURES ON KENNETH W. BUCHMAN least48 ours prior to
So er Sign-on bonus. If you ly ore-mail resu meto cademy.com PROPERTY LOCATED AT CITY ATTORNEY the public hearing.
tors company drivers, are able to work early circulationjobsd Ctampat 203 SEMINOLE LAKE RESOLUTION NO
students, recentrads morning hours (7 days rib.com (no attach-BLVDAND FIXING A NO;5143 9/28/2006 Apoted by the City Core- 210-2006
hea. an, fcatbed., M t a week and have e ments). Please refer AITEND Colltere Online DATE AND TIME FOR mission on September
C Ratbed Cn n e transports- enceJob ld 975 in from Home medical, HEARING PROVIDING 25, 2006. A RESOLUTION PROVID-
ter. (800)940-2778, on this could be an ex- the subject line. p *nrerl THE OWNERAN OPPOR- ING NOTICE OF PRO-
Scom. excellent opportunity for THE TMPAgTRIBUNEisomPuters *Criminal TUNITY TO SHOW CAUSE JOHN L. DICKS POSED ENACTMENT OF
you. an equal Opportunity fr usissa S ,iect ustice. Joblacement AS TOREASONS IFANY, RESOLUTION NO MAYOR-COMMISSIONER ORDINANCE BY THE CITY
HELP WANTED Earn Ex- For information call (727) Employer. assistance. computer WY SUCHd DEM TIO 205-200 COMMISSION OFTHE
S 820-3437 or e-mail us at A drug est is required 'provided. Financial Aid AND REMOVAL SHOULD ATTEST: CITY OF PLANT CITY,
tra income assembling circulationjobstampat for this position i qualified. Call 866n NOT BE ORDERED. A RESOLUTION DECLAR- FLORIDA, AS REOUIRED
CD cases from Home. rib.com no attac- 858-2121 NG NTENTON OFTHE VIRGINIA L. HELPER BYSECTION 16641,
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Contractors I Contractors Contractors Contractors rom. WHEREAS said m ownerof e reRED. A RESOLUTIONC PROVID Section 1.As reuiraes by
DHEAVY EL' H,'A Y Eto comply with or appeal WHEREAS in accordance POSED ENACTMENT OF Statutes and other appi-
-.nr, .-i ,r,, ,u iit" fromsuchnorder within a with Chapter 78,.Article ORDINANCE BY THE CITY cable lawithe City Conm-
LHu: l i .:,u day the time therein fixed, IX, dePlant City Codem the COMMISSION OFrTHE mission of the City of
upr .I a. t e r.r:., ice and the matter has Buildin Inspector ofthe CITYOFPLANT CITYe PlantCity,Fl orida does
.m ." '!" r-,t ir in.;n,:,nq ,ia- thereupon been referred City of Plan t City did on FLORIDA AS REQUIRED hereby give notice of
"' ":Y V i- (i i, -i r '.e,-k- tto this City Commission; July 7,c2006,,issue a No- BY SECTION 166.041, proposed enactment of
,, mr. vi rt now therefore twice and Orderf Con- the FLORIDA STATUTES AND an ordinance entitled:

JTV ZE n De e ldemnation oaff eting the OTHER APPLICABLE' r k ima,
S,. IT RESOLVED BY THE premisesihereinafter de LAW. AN ORDINANCE OF THE
FAEL.. mATHE CITY OF PLANTd and order od Condemna- WHEREAS, this City FLORIDA AMENDING
H suCITY, FLORIDAd: r tion was served in ac- Commission has on this SECTION 102-39 PLANT

Jam I O SE r BersD on Auvcer decetts Ck Pat red to; w theare fy re s E itA BL dis FRity .ER-
cordance with Section date read for first read- CITY CODE REA DING
Section 1. That upon the' 78-724, Plant City Code ing a proposed ordi- SERVICE CHARGES THAT
f,. f soailure of C atherine on Ford L. Peterman, nance hereinafter refer- THE CITY MANAGER MAY

Ak B.' *j rCler s" hlfot "" C'lak P:r Hobbsca mDees ma berlyd Alverttan ClarkPatricia red to; now, there fore ESTABLISH FORSERV-

n IWSpape car riers I re i ndependent cont IT R ac I-Adtors n ismHob y ofathis er so andckPwer man od. Jc kr se e ma y the publiCES P cE eaRMnE B
IY.G.-O. Edwards Gustafson, Peterman, the owner of BE IT RESOLVED BY THE THE PLANNING AND EN-
Swner of the premises said premises; and CITY COMMISSION OF GINEERING DEPART-
.: >. -.- Lots 3 and 4 Block 25, sai premiseshasfailed PROVIDING FOR AN EF-
Al : ..ai" "Seminole Lake Estate, to comply with or apeal Section 1. As requires by FECTIVE DATE
a rng to the map or from sueh order wit in Section 166.041, Florida
SLeg Managei Cpattherine Deesecor 3343 the time therein fixed, Statutes, and of the a Section 4. Th e proposedenactment
t f Th a T n Nichols Road27, Pageitia, FI and to show cause w cablehy p awthe Cityngs ofs made sai ordinance may bfoe -
S: N:5987 921:28,206 47, Jamesl yd sucthereupon been referred mission of the Cty lowin second read pubing
NOTICE OF SALE Hillsborough County, to this City Commission; Plant City, Florida does shall e considered by
Florida, now therefore hereby give notice of the City Commision at its
1,1 IJ. proposed enactment of meeting in the Sadye
r,..r Florida to demolish and remove BE IT RESOLVED BY THE an ordinance entitled: Gibbs Martin Autitorium
er g b, ue the buildings or struc- CITY COMMISSION OF oftheNettleBerry
i-.. ,nd unp,'d harj,'sfor tures thereon in compli- THE CITY OF PLANT AN ORDINANCE OF THE Draughon Municipal
4, t t, ,., an Order of Condemnation THECITYOFPLANT ( Trades
Ir the oftheBuildinIlnapector Section1l. That upon the CITY FLORIDA PRO VID-
jr. '..- att-rof the City of Plant Cty failure of the owners of ING FOR SERVICE Building, 302 West
n o e .b aS.torythe premises described CHARGES FOR FIRE Rnos Street (City
S Uncle Bob's SellS appealthererrom,,the as: SAFETY INSPECTION Hail), Plant City, Florida,
V. i,-3t atrIt. Pin)0 O heCity Commission does SER NRC- on October 9, 2006, at
hereby declare its inten- Lots 4 Block 7,,Orange TIONP EN VI PER- 7:30 P.M., or as soon
4,,., FiN,:rld. a23`56 tion to order and direct Court$Jo. 2, Subdivision, MITTING AND DEVELOP- thereafter as the matter
": "", 81 4-1956 And. due demolition and removal according to the map or MENT REVIEW; AUTHOR- maybe be heard with re-
no,,tice hnirig been ,iv- of such buildings or plat thereof as recorded IZING THE CITY MANAG- spectto the proposed
.i-. tI,-- ,h r r- -I 'aid structures either with in Pat Book 31, Page 56 ER TO ESTABLISH SAID orinance.
nd aiiaparties city forces or by inde- of the Public Records of SERVICE CHARGES- PRO-
Sn--mna"'io-na --an'In -"pendaent contractor sub- Hillsborough County, VIDING FOR PENALTIES- Section 2. Allperson are
.:, u i4@& U S" C' ,ert lr, ere&n,,,n-lma mitisngthelowsestand Florida, PROVIDING FORSEVERA- advisedthatiftapaerson
tsme spe,-,u;ed h ,nubcn oest bid therefor, and as BILITY- PROVIDING FOR decides to appeal any
tce ,:,r pa;men ,'f sassing the costs thereof to demolish and remove AN EFFECTIVE DATE. decision made by the
i- ,C "- .r a. h aing e. nr-d. against the real property the buildings or struc- City Commission with re-
.- au3t,, am me wereaincurread. ance with theaNoticeaand ofasaidaordinancefol- aidereadatasuch meeting,
abE 51 Med ddr-s a to Order of Condemnation owin second reading, he will need a record of
".--, ."- .... Ilbhihtlr, i w Section 2. TheCity Com- oftheBuildinglnspector shall geaconsidered by the proceedings, andfor
P..i ,,mort ise dmap'-,:,d of mission willholdapublic ofthe City ofMPlantCity the City Commision at its suchnpurposene may
.:-r, We-ricsda Octo- hearing in relation there- dated July 7, 2006, ornto meeting in the Sadye needato ensure that a
Per 11. 2006 3 t:30AM. to, at which time Cather- appeal therefrom,.the Gibbs Martin Autitorium verbatim record of the
ine Deese, James Lloyd City Commission does of the Nettle Berry proceedings is made,
I, L '.. :Hobbs and Kimberly hereby declare its inten- Draughon Municipal which record includes
li 'L Husn:,illd '1,:,d. Fur- owner of said property,, demolition and removal Reynolds Street (City dence upon which the
N niture. 16 es.. Anioan- shall have an opportuni- of such buildings or Hall), Plant City, Flonrida, appeal is to be based.
I K TV':.or Sere0,, ty to show causeway structuresteither with on October 9, o06,oat The p, roposeordinance
V. 14 Equrrinmn such demolition and re- city forces or by inde- 7:30 P.M., or as soon may be inspected by the
moval should not be or-) pendaent contractor sub- thereafter as the matter public at the office of the
SANTO VASQUEZ dered on October 23, / hitting the lowest and maybe be heard with re- City Clerk, City Hall,

at m" a ."RAFAEL CASASwmatter may be heard in against the real property Section 3. In accordance
5~~' E ~F Ho' ru,'-n,-id ,-,.-'d. Furni- the Sadye Gibbs Martin upon which such cOats Section 2. Allperson are with the Americans with
Ein~t I art.. B'--., Taiot aupli- Auditorium of the Nettie were incurred., advised that ifa person Disabilities Act any per-
T.,E .mtr,[m r ,ic- Equip- palBuildihg,302 West Section 2. The City Com- decision made by the quiring resaonable ac-
m.n ,-RerrylSrriemission will hold public City Commission with re- commodation in order to
Hanl), Plant City, FLorida. hearing in relation there- aspect to any matter con- participate in this meet-
MARCUS CARR to, at which time Ford L. deread at suc meetIing should call the City
H,:,j--u-r -i-s'-ds : Section 3. That the City, Peterman, Alvertta he will need a record of Clerk at (813) 659-4200sat
Clerk shall forthwith fur- Clark, Patricia Spranger the proceedins,and for least 48 hours prior to
M abyeie a eafapo t ndonrt Catherine Deese_ 3343 shall have an oppofuni- verbatim record of the Section 4. The proposed

NO:59879 21;28, 006 3354. Jam~es. Ll~oyd sc.demrolititon apd re- which record includes spected by the public at

26 THE COURIER + SEPTEi bER 28, 2006

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fManufactured Homes]] ( Houses Unfurnished)) ([ Waterfront Rentals ) (( Boats )) ( Trucks Light Duty )) ((Sports Utility Vehicles)) [(Automobiles Wanted)) (Automobiles for Sale)) ((Automobiles for Sale))
with Property JJ APOLLO BEACH Brand BAYSIDE 3br, 3ba, 2cg, 22' 2004 Seapro Center DODGE 2000 RAM 1500 FORD 2003 Eddie Bauer $$$ CASH $$$ DONATE YOUR CAR, boat LEXUS 2004 RX330, low
New, 4BR, 3BA, 3CG, 2619sf showcase. Poo, console, 140 HP, John- Club Cab, silver, 4WD, Expedition. Exc cond. For Cars, Trucks & or RV to help children mi. exc cond. leather
LITHIA/PINECREST w/bonus rm, covered spa, boat lift. 10617 son 4 stroke motor, On- 8cyl, cold A/C, 110K mi, SR, Lthr 2nd Row Cap- Vans Any Price/Any fighting diabetes. Tax CD, sunroof, beautiful
AREAT n lanai, lake, all appls, Hatteras Dr. 5 mins to ly 29 Hrs, $24,500 OBO exc cond. $8,400 obo tain Chairs, 3rd Row Time CALL ME FIRST! deductible and free tow- car! $29K. 813-545-8516
AREA 3BR/2BA DW, w/FP blinds, lawncare incl. bay. Lease opt or FSBO 813-684-9626 813-653-1754/434-5689 Seat w/Pwr Fold Down, 727-505-3882 ing. Juvenile Diabetes
on 1 acre. Priced re- $1795mo. 813-789-2662 $695K 813-763-8267 Tow Pkg. New Tires. Research Foundation
duced to ONLY $127,500 22' 2005 Chaparral FORD 1991 F150 XLT, Priced to sell $18,500! CASH ON THE SPOT thanks you. Please call Lincoln 2001 Continental
813-967-3816 BRANDON, Pool, 2cg, Sunesta, 57 hours, long bed/liner tow pkg, 994-1287 or 838-6852. Cars, Trucks, Vans 1-800-578-0408. 4 door, in mint condi-
split 3br, 2ba, new High & Dry storage, 4 WD. xtra fuel tank, Running Or Not tion, 38,000 miles,
New 4Br 2Ba only 808.00 paint inside, carpet, 4.7 Mercruiser Inboard, V8, 5.0L, 84K orig mi. FORD 2004 Expedition Free Pick Up, 24/7 FORD 1994 Mustang 1994 $10,500. Must sell nego-
(inclldes lot) range & micro, 721 $25,500 813-786-8464 $3400 obo 813-299-1870 Eddie Beaur, Blue/Tan, GT New Vortec S trim table. 813-818-1388.
Plant City 813-759-2959 Calm Dr. $,500/mo +- Loaded, Ext Warranty 813-416-1082 blower, ctr force clutch,
Tpan813-971-6953 $1500 dep. 813-969-0309 23' Chaparral 2000, 233 FORD 1993 Bronco XLT, transferable, $19,900 373 gears, over $10K in MAZDA 1994 MX3, 5 spd,
Tpa 813-71-6953 www. Sunesta deck boat new 4x4, cold air, Runs obo 813-907-5650 CASH PAID For Cars perform parts, .Very 107k, red, new tires,
SPARK4br2.5ba, 2sto- extras, MUST SELL $19K Must Sell $3995. Make GMC 1994 Suburban come pick it up! obo. 813-843-5487
ries, wood/tile firs, obo 813-731-0019 or offer. 813-917-6313 Loaded, Nice truck. Paing a little bit more! FORD 1997 Taurus, LX,
Sconserv., fncd yrd,oat RECREATION 813-887-3332FORD2001 Range Runs & drive good! Call Rob at 813-610-1535 leather int, auto, PW,
Sed comm. $1800mo. FORD 2001 Ranger auto $4,300 obo PB, bronze, 86k mi. New MAZDA 2004 RX8, 6spd
Pets OK. 813-323-4338 24' Sea Ray 1977. Cabin ustir 114K perfect 813-862-3046 HELP FIGHT brakes. 8G0d condition. Silver, Blk Lther W/Red
CARROLWOOD VILLAGE, Campers / Travel greatforfishingdi cond, $3950813-246- HONDA 2003 Pilot, 4WD, CHILDREN'S Warr'ty, 30K, Non Smk-
udes Talr trailer. $8000F9RD1or8150 auto 4DR, seats 8, er,$21,500 813-994-3655
e o Call 813-264-4395 FORD 26 all factR 4cyl, new tires, timing
sac, $1,975/mo. Includ WD 04 mint. $14,900. Tampa Please belt, 116K miles col MERCEDES 1989 420SEL
COMMERCIAL lawn/pool maint & all 20' 1996 Coachman tray- 31' SeaRay, 310 whls, $19900.47 (813)8 Palms 813-977-0408 DONATEA/Cruns eat, $,500. exc. running cond., all
REAL ESTATE -RENT appl. 813-220-7060. el trailer. Tandem axle, Sundancer, 1999 230-0514. dan4f150@ DONATE 813-650-4435 powerbronze color w/
full bed, excellent condi- Pr0s5t1necond. u s mpabay4rrlcomm INFINITI 2005. FX35 mint $ ,824 o gray fthr $39900. 813-
FLETCHER/NORTH BLVD In bedM tcellt co65d00 fPrisitine cand.ust sell tampabay.rr.com cond/38k mi, must sell- CARS FORD 2002 FOCUS ZX gray thr $3900. 813-
tion. Must sell $6500 for health reasons. must sell C90-8480A'27-372-9151
Office Sace Lease NEW 3br,2.5bacg obo. Call 386-589-3718 NADA book value FORD 2006 F150 XL Near- divorce 4000 below Trucks-Boats-RVs musf e l Larratbe
ice Space Lease Close to 275 $93,000. Will sell for New, Only 7K Mi mkt. Saphire $28,500. Any Car Any Condition offer. Call LaryMERCEDES 1991 E300
22ANT CITY 43sf,$174mo 40T2006 HERTAG4 $69,900813-814-4410 Sspd Trans Upgraded Chris941-204-9400. No Restrictions 813-601-2534 runs and drives great.
PLANT CITY Industrial Kim Do Realtor slide outs, washer, dry- Sound, Below Dr-9rice0 TAX DEDUCTIBLE Excellent condition.
Park Office Snace for 813-924-0774 er, 2 ACs, awnin, more. 45FT Sea Ray 450 Ex- $15,900 813390-044 Jee 1994 Grand Chero- FREE PICKUP Ford 2004 Taurus excel- $3795 or best offer
lease 150 to 3000 sq ft, Heritage Harbor, Slee s 6, will deliver. press Brigge, 2001 twin kee LTD, 4x4 ,V8 Ithr, Am. Children's Soc lentcondition, wite 4 813-240-5945
includinConference LUTZ Heritage Harbor $27,850obo 813.391.6248 430 Cummins Diesels, e to, pk', loaded. 148k lent condition, white 49
Room & reak Room. 4/4 3 + office + furnish- 2 hr e stat ee rive miles, ret trans & Ac. 800-714-3575 door, 6 43k miles AC,
Staying at $160. mo. edonusrm a- IBUY TRAVEL TRAILERS, room yo / che 1988Pickup $4000 727-580-3886 wwwc ren PW,front air bags, Blac 189 2ndown
Contact Pierce Lackey ble, 3500 sq.fhottub 5TH WHEELS & nt. Generator ac CHEVY 1988 Pickup, 3/4 charities.co $87. 941-378-9773. r, all record, runs &
813-865-1191. THE heated poo $800/mo PARK MODELS Raytheon electronics ton 4x4, new motor/ LEXUS 2004 RX330, 1 FORD 2005 FocusSES looks good. $3,00
GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO (601)480-765 CALL Dave ANYTIME radar,lotter GP transmission, great owner, 25K mi, leather, Cash Paid for SUV's, HatchbackZX58k, rare 727-692-8679
TAMPA Office Space NEW TAMPA, Seven Oaks 813-713-3217 autopilot VHF radio, shape, $4000. 813- moonroof, 6CD, N.S. Trucks, Van's & cars. leather seats, asnew, ERDES 200 E4
8500sf, with Kitchen, 2yrsold3br,2ba, 2c, TRAILERS FORSALE b9ase ssem, fresh ot- 788-0168,813-997-0716. Immaculate' $29000 Runnin or not. $9.850. MERCEDES 2000 E430
plenty of parking, vault ceilscomm poo Fema type trailers to jo ell-ket- TOYOTA 1986 SR5 P/U Call (941) 377-578 Deenbe i k up. 58k, blk, sport, factory
reasonable rent, Utilities ten crts, iess center (30'x32) located near 3 0029 4WD, ext cab, cold A NISSAN 1992 NX Ca813-610-78 warr, ec con
Included, clubhouse,$1225/mo. Key West. $9K-$13K 5 spd manual, good $400 obo Must Sell] (Classics & A5 speed,9alloyC wheels, $19,95.airbas 72-481-7925cd yr Asking
Jamie: 813-626-0524 avail now137412912 each. Contact Bonner Several Storm Damaed cond.stereo, $400 or Listin(Classics & Antiques) sunroof, good cond, 72 8-7925
TAMPA Office Space with PLANT City 3/2/1 blk at (954) 584-8160 & Donated Boats. Will 813-436-1402 1-800-749-8167 needs en e work MERCEDES 2003 S55AMG
conference room 500 mintcond, largeard SAVE OVER $10000. 4 y&Sell. Call Mike EXT 4124 MERCEDESl1975 450kSL $1000 obo. 3-389-9028 Mint cond. Moving Must
3000sf, under market $1300 mo + sec 752-1957 month old luxury 5thJ727-204-7988. (c Vans e Srtiblenpk.SelPie du
35U ~3 Suburban 2004 Z-71, SHARP Nic Car. Runs HONDA 1994 Accord ver c Et Black lot.
rent, utilities included, wheel by Denal. 35' ID#1851348 SHAdrives Coodo .6Runs HONDA 1994Accord vet Extr Black Int
5118 N 56th St. Jamie: PLANT City, Brandon, w/all options. $31,500. DODGE 1991 Ram Work 4WD Luxury package, 81386dives d $6,000 obo $800 080 Fully Loaded! $63,500 727-543-4412
813-505-2495* 626-0524 Valrico, Riverview Ybor Owner 813-571-2525 CI Buy van. Good engine. rear bench sun roo 46 for listing
Homes/Condos $1100- Great cond. $3800. multi-CD, RMSR loa- 1-800-749-8167 MERCEDES Benz 1988
$2,750mo. Pro f. ed, VGC, 63,500 hwy TOYOTA 1974 Land- ext C752 420SEL Exc cond, $3500
Mngt. 813-747-1128 C camping Equipment) 813-833-2445 mi., non-smoker, 1 cruiser 74K mi, 2 drau- located at Associates
www.pcprofessional BOAT TRANSPORT owner. $26,500. to transmission, 8 cylin- HONDA 2002 Civic black 4319 E. 7th Ave
property.com TEEPEE 28' POLES, PLUS BOA T TRANSPORT DODGE 2000 CARAVAN (813)318-2337 ders,4WD Newsfttop, 4door sedan, sunroof, 813-383-2253
Mngt.8 7 18 TE E qu8PmES8 3LUSrAnywhere from new tires, winch & tow
EXTRA. LINER, DOOR. Florida to Maine SE, 84kmi, silver/grey, tremi@earthlink.net new tires wch & tow 61K miles, Looks great,
PLANT CITY HISTORICAL $1300obo Close Call 508-264-2212 CarFax cert. Dealer bar $7K (813)391-2739 runs great. $10 000 NISSAN 1995, 123K mi.
HOME, 3br, 1.5ba, C1 7 0572 serviced, extra clean. Toyota 1990 4Runner Call 813-886-398 runs great, auto, $3900.
wH/bnus rdo incl 813-477-8577 Storage) $4450. 727-459-6508 4x, 2500. 813-659- ((Automobiles for Sale HYUNDA 2005 Accent 813-44-3818
washer &dryer' ((Boat Slips / DODGEt2000magn 1 813 763-0743. HYUNDAI 2005 Accent
COMMERCIAL $1450/mo. 813-650-882 ((Motor Homes / RVs) HARBOR Island: Garrison v hi-DODGE 2000 Ramw 20 ConvoaT LS, 7Kmi. black/gra
deposit.C813-650ERCIALHrR B Ia Gr n ,MustaSee! 2DR coupe, auto, C,
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H e22et 8210 rair, exc cond, $10, tras include 20 inch4r5d
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2000sf 3 br 2 1/2 baths Winnebago et2003r2,5- 9c e 5 e- G 5 2 $7950. 727 7-45 Amgreen 110k miles
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ten courts, W/inc. 600 Airedtream Jayco crwrruou oa ,2ik wpchrome, o21,000 obo. age, 33k mla, 100,000 m n$5900 .b o n
free cable, /mo. Alpha -4 exit 14 paum. boat Bickft02Rend Located 813-382-397. warr & aint Exc cond. INFINITI 1992 Q45 95000 day 813-287-0187 Eve
Sr avail now 8134-2912 R etonal Rlta stainle fsshardware, 8-8 4 Brndon. 813-244-4013. 8 blinders, 2wD PORSCHE 2006 Carrera

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condo, gate rool t 2br, 2.5 b Bk yard, Marinera Eruns great, 130k miles, cruse, rIverairaad lade TDM
2482sf $ 0 e, ACa Sinkn tove F r is portation. $31t 00 gte rcyces. We pay up to 237. -- pass airbag, pwr locks,
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$1495 Purche rentacamprsco W/NEW CANVAS running or no e BUICK 2002 LESABRE LTD d rear win efrost sport coupe, 2DR,4 cyl,
tion available. Pinnaclep -cyclecom 727-247-8785 5pd. AC, reit en
REAL ESTATE Rty, Sofia813-843-3778 V Storage ) OAT $800941-266-0903 (Sports Utility Vehicles) OL 2pwr seas, cb/stereo system,many upgrades mi. add work neead,
wWW.aqua-shade.com HONDA 1982 CM 450E non smoker 32K mi come withvehicle. $1200 obo 299-1870
FOWLER & 1-75 ACURA 2001 MDX Tour- looks & runs great. $12,450. 352-428-0774 3500 obo (813)245-A 1996 Trcel au-
O RET Lease Option to Buy)) RV's/Boats Autos ilboats ng gray/ black, excel 850 449, slguy@tampabay.
Secures$0Saio /}encone, one owner,. 813-626-2324 CHEVY 2000 Monte Carlo rr.com to, just tuned perfect
Apa msSecure$50/mo. non-sk,104K $16,750 Beautiful red Ltd Ed con CDI r$2,200
artments BRANDON 2000 SF home Happ Traveler RV Park 18' HOBIE Catamaran obo. 813-541-5908 SS, loaded leather, INFINITI 2003 G35 Sedan. Call r13-246-9561 or Call
w/pool, FP, CH&,aI a, ab sunroof extras below Red,6spdBOseClean o 813-545-4470
o e t m cle $9o obo needs work. 650cc, Low mileage, book $8k. 813-20-4726 1oaded9thr,5cKbchir, L oy a
Avalon Village Apts. ps ceramic STORAGE 5515 Cause- Greatshape, must see. Toyota 1997 Camry LE
Remo .eled wlAts.Gayed 813-244-2516. Trucks, TrIrs. $50/mo. CHEVY 2004 SS Monte b 8134178448
comm ooled A3 s se, 9 3440Riveri ew Bran on BMW1atd P od O 2004 X V61 3 Carlo Dale Ernhardt In raoed,94k mi,12owner,
comm Pools, mc water ZEPHYRHILLS lease or Valrico 810-220-153 oa WA AWD, black wta th-' HONDA 2005 CRF 450 less l, d $600 813-968-4261
14350 N 22ndSt. Tampa sell. 4br 2ba 2cg mobile ered a nu 20 bc wr, lesth- HO A 200 CF 450 agod
FL, 33613 (813) 971-7570 home on '/4 acres, $1000 i / m Boat Donations Wanted equipped w/all options, like brand new $6,600 Mpg, 9,950, 645-3700
mo or $180k to bu Rs / Campersu lart JAGUAR 2002 X-type 3.0 OYOTA 1999 Camry LE,
EFFICIENCIES $1No /wk 0 oe aMarined oAquear, 2on470M0. i CAll Roik a xt r 77, 3 w kMhi20
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furn/unfurnished, wkl 40' 2006 MONACO Diplo- 727-441-1790 X235 KAWASAKI 2001 ZRX 9R Wrnty, Cariax Cert. 17' Great Mint $13 900 more1exc condo $8850.
monthly. 813-217-5795 mat, 1700 mi, 4 slides, track bike, 2 engines I whIs, CD, Spoiler, Tint 813-661-1058 9 65-6360 813-633-6864
$813-774-4696)9211k or take over pay- sets wheels, 2 tanks, [R TOYOTA 2007 Yaris 4 dr,
PLANT City 2BR MH NO ments. 239-989-2057 or new fiberglass, shocks, 727-776-5432 KEEP FLORIDA CLEAN Y a r,
HYDE PARK 2103 W Hills Pets Laundry on prem- Iv msg at 239-415-0863 BMW 2004 X5,4.4i, black $4000 obo. 813-389-9028 I'LL BUYYOUR 435mpg, tinted win-
Ave. Excellent 2/1 apt, ises, Wkly/monthly + 38K mi, moonrf, sportO'F"'JUNK CAR
hardwood firs, 3 blocks Security 813-752-7033 LOOKING to Buy p3Kg, prem Sirius sate- MOTORCYCLES Wanted Call 727-364-5125 I R $14,5008a3-598-7992
for Bayshore exc Iscp, OR 813-754-6541 Used Travel Trailer/ ite sound, new tires, Street, Dirt Bikes C
995/ mo. Please CaPI or 5th Wheel. $35,000. 813-731-2898 ATV's. Also buying CORVETTE 1998, Torch KIA2003 Rio Cinco 5 door VOLKSWAGEN 1974 Su-
813-917-0260 [CCRoomsforRentJ) Will Pay Cash!wrecked motorcycles, red, auto, fully loaded, 2 wagon, like new, $7900 per Beetle Cony. Runs
Call (727) 459-3856. Buick 02 Rendez. cah paid. 813-924-6204 tops new rims, showrm loaned only 43K'miles, and drives good. Needs
YBOR City Condos EFFICIENCIES $100/wk cond. 75K mi. $19,000 Beautiful, balance of restoring. $3,000 obo
Rentto own. Walkto en- APTS $150/wk. Also ( Boats )} TRANSPORTATION CX, Auto, Ithr, 1 owner, SUZUKI 2005 C50T Boule- 813-494-3078 Kiawarty. 727-967-3761. 813-661-7753
tartin Aaor35K mi, Mint, towpTkg vard, 1365 mi, fuel injec.
terrain. Garages arkint ad wfor rentn h 19$11,900 727-348-5294 SS Ignit, drive shaft Sr CORVETTE 2003 Coupe LEXUS 1994 LS400, 168k VOLVO 1995 850, 4dr, au-
$I00 a.. e4 8 montcitizen, $5299. 813-642- Yellow, ?lass top, 16k mi, loaded, looks good, to, air, sunrf, exc. run-
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BRANDON Courtney 17' 2001 Trem1nayrFiats Bay Area Motor Works .. -
Palms luxury 2br, 2ba, CARROLLWOOD, BoatF 2000 4Ohp M Eng ne rebu id & install YAMAHA 2000 Roadstar
condo, gated, pool, club- 2br, 2.5 ba, Lg Bk yard, Mariner; Trailer. About Auto/Boat/ Cadillac 2003 Escanade, 2000 LTD Milienium
house, water view, new kitchen, 25 hrs use. Great m 813269 Pearl with Tan Leather model, #1453 of 2000,
near 175 & Crosstown. 14123 Village Terrace Dr. $6000 obo 813-831-712 Fully Loaded, 22" Cus- 1602cc, V-twin, 2159 mi
$1000/mo. 727-403-6187 $900/mo, 1st mo & $400 tom Wheels 50K Mi. 99950 obo 813-625-8700
dep. 813-205-4644 17'TRITON 2006 Alu Engines & Transmissions $31,000 815-926-0779
BRANDONnear X-way, nuT Bass boat, Loaded Used & Rebuilt 90 days
2/2.5 2 Master suites, Land 0 Lakes/Stage- 90hp optimac mercury, up to 3 yrs warr. M-F 9. CHEVY 2001 Blazer 4 ( Golf Carts
gated, great for house coach 3bd/3ba Gated, less than 4 hrs on un. avai813 BBB Installs door, 2 wheel dr white
mates, 1500sf, scrn pool, park& trails, en- Asking $14,500. 8751500 LT, new CD w/Onstar.
porch. $1150 inc] water closed porch. End unit, 813-621-0620 Nely loaded. $8850 GOLF CARTS
/cable. 813-651-1518 all appls, waterfront. [( Trailers-Tractors 727-480-6820 wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
$1095/mo 813-477-6020 1995 l9ft Carolina Skiff, JI Chargers, parts all relat-
TAMPA PALMS w/trlr/95 Mercury mtr CHEVY 2002 SUBURBAN ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin
Beautiful upscale Riverview new 2br/2ba 92,500813.752.0547 in .. l 2500 4WD, 8.11. Ithr
condos for rent. 2 & 3 lc next to new high '5 83 294quad seats, beige met-
bedrooms. Rent to own school, close to cross 19' WELLCRAFT 1996 al.auto ride LT, sATVs
specials up to 1/2 of twn $1200mo 1st & sec 112hp Johnson, bikini 48k mi, mi0t, 1 s I
your monthly rent ap- dep. Bill 1-888-808-2455 top, SSprop, exc cond. $20,000. 813-917-0690 POLARIS 2005 450, $40
p t$ 081 28' Refrigerated Produce DODGE 2004 Ram 1500 $2800obo. Polaris 2009
TEMPLE Terrace spa- SellingiTrailer, ready to SLT, reg cab, 4x4, O.R, 300, $2800obo. Polaris
cious,11756Raintree r location. w/ towpkg, hemw, 33k mi, 2006 250, $2800obo.
D( Duplex / Triplex )) D.Gorgeous 2br, 2ba, 2 20ud, Honda 4 strokes ANYETRAS $39K $19,00 obo. 813-740- 2006 16' trailer, $1000.
parking spaces, huge fuel efficient, great for 27346157074/134265054 813-767-8299
new3br, 2.5ba, town $ma ol &0tennis2 fish/dive.8Pristne1coo CAR hauler 2004 FORD 2000 Explorer, LiT- YAMAHA 2006 YFZ 450
home. Credit check $1275/mo 305-302-2384 $18,500. 813728-1622 Haulmark 85x24' td, Like New Luxury Limited Edition with
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