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Steppin' Stone Farm's
Cindy Churchill takes
home the YMCA
Strong Leader Award.
PAGE 3

POLICE
City approves
purchase of stun guns
for local police.
PAGE 3

OPINION
Don't mention it to
his wife, butJerry
Lofstrom is getting
ready for the football
season.
PAGE 6

INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE 5
CLASSIFIED
PAGE B


CROSSWORD
PAGE 11


FAMILY LIVING
PAGE 8
WORSHIP
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Sam Pelham Jr. points to the spot where his friend Jackay Kelley fell after being shot in Pelham's front yard
June 10, 2005. Kelley died a few hours later. Wilson Angelo Graham, 25, was found guilty of Kelley's killing last
week.-


Justice For Jackay



Ketley's Killer Gets

4 Life Sentences .uI


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
A 25-year-old Dade City man found guilty of mur-
dering a Plant City resident last year has been sen-
tenced to four concurrent life sentences in prison. -
Wilson Angelo Graham, 25, was found guilty of,
first-degree murder, armed robbery, .
attempted armed robbery and armed
burglary of an occupied residence inii
connection with the shooting death
of Jackay Kelley on June 11, 2005.-
Each count was enough to sen-
tence Graham, already a convicted :
felon, to life in prison.
A jury found Graham guilty Aug. 23
on all counts after a two-day trial in
Graham Tampa before Circuit Court Judge:
Barbara Fleischer. Graham was sen-:
tenced by Fleischer the following
day.
Graham's accomplice, Charles Edward Thomas Jr:,.:
told authorities the two Dade City men confronted
Kelley and, his friend Sam Pelham outside Pelham's
South Franklin Street home, around midnight on the
night of the murder.
He and Graham had robbery in mind, Thomas told
police, but a scuffle occurred between Graham and
Kelley, 51, in the side yard. Kelley was shot by a single
bullet fired from Graham's gun, Thomas said. Kelley
died at the scene. Thomas was captured on North
Palmer Street, just one hour after the crime.
"We recovered Thomas' gun," said Plant City
Detective Matt Lawson, the chief detective on the
case. "Thomas showed us where he hid it. Tests (by
the Florida Department of Law Enforcement) showed
it was not the murder weapon. The bullet that killed
Jackay Kelley was not fired from that gun."
Both Graham and Thomas carried .22-caliber
revolvers that night.


Courtesy photo


Jackay Kelley


Thomas pleaded guilty to his part in the murder/
robbery earlier this year. He agreed to testify against
Graham and received 20 years in prison and 10 years
probation.
"After talking for a while Graham eventually

See KELLEY, Page 11


640



Acres



Up For



Sale

AUCTION NEXT MONTH
Staff Report
About 640 acres of land in
and around Plant City will go
on the auction block next
month. Commercial.
residential and industrial
tracts will be for up for sale.
The 23 parcels of land range
in size from one-acre home
sites to a 320-acreranch along
Smith-Ryals and Trapnell
roads. It also includes a 232-
acre industrial tract on Rob-
erts Ranch Road inside the
Plant City city limits.
All the property is owned by
Plant City. native and busi-
nessman Kimball Wethering-
ton.
"(The Roberts Ranch Road)
property is one of the larger
tracts of undeveloped
industrial property within city
limits," said Julie Ham, a
planner in the city's planning
and zoning department.
The auction is planned Oct.
14 at the Ramada Inn in Plant
City.
"The Wetherington proper-
ties are diverse and cover a
complete spectrum of uses
and opportunities," said John
Haney of Lakeland-based
Higgenbotham Auctioneers,
which announced the sale
over the weekend.
Kimball Wetherington
began a tractor and land-
clearing business in 1983.
Today, Wetherington Tractor
Service has 90 employees and
works throughout Florida on
projects such as land prepara-
tion for housing develop-
ments, retail businesses,
commercial sites and roads.
"Our company will con-
tinue to operate as it always
has," Wetherington said.
"Historically, we have been at
the forefront of our industry.
We are looking forward to
allowing more of the day to
day operations of .WTS be
handled by our managers and
employees.
"Reducing our Florida real
estate holdings will give us more
time to focus on both WTS and
our Colorado ranch and its
cattle and timber interests."
For more information on
the auction call Earl Williams
at (800) 257-4161 or Web site
at www.Higgenbotham.com.







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NEWS DIGEST Police Department Getting Stun Guns NEWS DIGEST


Free tutoring offered
Turkey Creek Middle
School, 5005 S. Turkey Creek
Road, is offering a free tutor-
ing fair Sept. 11 from 5:30 to 7:
30 p.m.
Students attending one of
the following schools and eli-
gible for a free or reduced-
price meal are encouraged to
attend the fair.
The locations are Bryan,
Burney, Jackson, Knights, Lin-
coln, Robinson, Springhead,
Thonotosassa, Trapnell and
Wilson elementary schools
and Marshall Middle School.
Refreshments will be pro-
vided and those attending the
fair will also have a chance to
win a $100 gift card from
Target.
Call: 272-4000.

Voters take advantage
of early balloting
More than 1,500 voters
turned out for early primary
election voting in Plant City,
according to Buddy Johnson,
the Hillsborough County
supervisor of elections.
Early voting began Aug. 21
and ended Sept. 2.
The highest turnout day in
Plant City was Sept. 1, with
209 voters showing up at the
booth at city hall.
The primary. elections were
held Sept. 5.

St. Clement plans 'coming
home' ministry
St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
is inviting all inactive Catho-
lics to join a "coming home"
program beginning Sept. 28.
The program lasts from 7 to
9 p.m. for. six consecutive
Thursday evenings.
Information: 752-8251.

Public meetings set
for new flood maps
The last public meeting to
review new flood maps for
Plant City is planned at city
hall, 302 W. Reynolds St., Sept.
13 at 3 p.m.
The- city's engineering
department is organizing the
meetings to inform residents
about flood insurance rate
maps, which were recently
issued by Federal Emergency
Management Agency.
The preliminary maps are
on the city Web site under the
engineering department's
graphical information system-
at www.eng.plantcityg-
ov.com.
For information, call the
engineering department at
659-4200.

Hurricane mitigation
grants available
My Safe Florida Home, a
state program to help resi-
dents pay the cost of strength-
ening their homes against
hurricane damage, created
and funded by the 2006 Flor-
ida Legislature and signed
into law by Gov. Jeb Bush, is
ready to accept applications.
The mitigation program
offers matching grants of up
to $5,000 for homes with
insured values up to $500,000
that have a homestead
exemption.
Applicants must undergo a
free inspection and must
apply for the grants.
For more information on
the grants, visit www.mysafe-
floridahome.com or call 1-
800-342-2762.


$85,000 COMING

FROM TRUST FUND

StaffReport
Police officers in Plant City
will soon have another tool in
their arsenal: stun guns.
The department will spend
$85,000 to buy TASER electric
stun weapons and related
accessories from DGG Taser
Inc.
Police hope to have 76 stun
guns by the end of next
month.
Money for the purchase is


coming from the Law Enforce-
ment Trust Fund, not city cof-
fers, and also will cover
training in the use of the
weapons.
Police are hoping the use of
the weapons will help reduce
injuries to officers who are
faced with trying to gain con-
trol of violent or aggressive
people.
"There have been 27 officers
injured during the last 22
months, 11 of which needed
some degree of medical treat-
ment in the emergency room,"
said Police Chief Bill McDa-


niel.
The weapons, which look
like a handgun and run off
batteries, fire darts that trail
an electric cable back to the
gun. When a dart strikes, a
short, high-voltage charge is
released down the cable, caus-
ing a person's muscles to con-
tract uncontrollably.
The electrical signals
overpower the body's normal
electrical signals, temporarily
confusing the nervous system.
A laser helps target the sus-
pect and the Taser works at
ranges up to 21 feet.


Photos courtesy of Plant City YMCA
Cindy Churchill, director of Steppin' Stone Farm, a rehabilitative program for at-risk teenage
girls in Keysville, celebrates her YMCA Strong Leader Award with girls from the program.



Churchill Named YMCA Strong Leader


DIRECTOR OF

STEPPIN' STONE FARM

StaffReport
Nearly 300 people turned
out Aug. 24 for the Plant
City Family YMCA 2006
Strong Leader Award
Dinner honoring this year's
recipient, Cindy Churchill.
Churchill is the director
of Steppin' Stone Farm, a
rehabilitative program for
at-risk teenage girls in Key-
sville. After completing the
one-year program herself
when she was 15, she went
on to college and then
returned to run the pro-
gram, which has positively
impacted the lives of more
than 700 girls since the early
1970s.
"I was surprised and hon-
ored by the award," Chur-
chill said. "There s a lot of
people who have been great
leaders here longer than I
have. It was very touching.
It's one of the nicest things
anyone has ever done for
me." Churchill also brought
several young ladies from
Steppin' Stone along to the
event.
"It was great to have them
there," she said. "I think it
will encourage them
because I came from the
same place as them."
The award dinner was
underwritten by Rick and Di


Also on hand for the dinner were Rick and Di Lott, third and
fourth from left, and Ron Churchill, pastor of First Baptist
Church of Plant City and husband of Cindy Churchill.


Lott. It included videotaped
stories about Churchill by
her friends and colleagues,
as well as reflections by Joe
Newsome, Dub McGinnes,
and Cindy's husband, Ron
Churchill, pastor of First
Baptist Church of Plant City.
Tommy Warnock, a close
friend of the Churchills,
served as master of ceremo-
nies.
"Every year Plant City
Family YMCA volunteers
select a strong leader who
displays longtime dedicat-
ion to improving the lives of
children and families in our
community," said Scott
Warren, executive director
of the Plant City YMCA.
"Cindy's selfless dedication
to Steppin' Stone Farm has
helped many young women
to turn their lives around,


giving hope where before
there was only frustration.
We're truly honored to call
Cindy our 2006 Strong
Leader of the Year." -
Prior recipients of the
award include Plant City
community leaders Mike
Sparkman, Betty Chambers
and Randy Larson.
"The YMCA believes it is
important to recognize
strong leaders who help
make our community a
better place to live by dedi-
cating themselves to build-
ing strong kids, strong
families and strong commu-
nities," said Laurie Ellis, the
YMCA's senior vice presi-
dent of operations.
For more information
about the Plant City YMCA,
call 757-6677 or visit
www.tampaymca.org.


Free child safety
program on tap
Operation Kidsafe, a free
child safety program, is
coming to Plant City.
The program offers free a
digital photo and fingerprint-
ing for children. It is planned
Sept. 15, noon to 6 p.m.; and
Sept. 16, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; at
the Lott-Mather Buick Pontiac
GMC, 2900 James L. Redman
Parkway.
Operation KidSafe will pro-
vide parents with a printout
containing the child's photo
and fingerprints.
The event is sponsored by
the Florida Automobile Deal-
ers Association and Lott-
Mather.
Call: (866) 760-9839.

Law fair needs sound system
Organizers of the 2006
Youth Community Law Fair,
set for Sept. 15 at the Plant
City Courthouse, need a
sound system.
"We need a sound system
so that the student's ques-
tions can be heard," said Kim-
berly Smoot, who is helping
organize the event. "Also, we
would like to have the event
video taped so that we may
play the video in our lobby."
With exhibitors from area
legal and social service orga-
nizations, the event aims to
educate young people about
the ramifications of violence
,in the classroom or driving
under the influence.
Among the events planned
for the fair are a mock trial
depicting an assault on a stu-
dent and a teacher, and a
panel discussion where law
enforcement personnel,
judges, attorneys, teachers,
and other professionals
discuss how to pursue these
professions.
Information: 757-3871, Ext.
201.

Three -3a- T .-
promoted
at Sunshine
State
Floyd Hall,
president of .
Sunshine
State Federal
Savings and
Loan Associ- Collins
ation, 102 W.
Baker St., ..
recently
announced
the following
Plant City
promotions:
Michael
Coll 1ins,
information
systems!/
network Whitmill
administra-
tor, was '"
promoted to
assistant vice
president.
Sandra
Whitmill 1
t-raining n"
director, was
promoted to
assistant vice
president. Buzza
Matthew
Buzza, loan officer, was
promoted to vice president.


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POLICE BRIEFS

Lakeland man faces
sexual abuse charge
A 20-year-old Lakeland man
is being held in the Orient Road
Jail, without bond, charged with
capital sexual battery on a
victim younger than 12, police
officials said.
Jessy Allen Whalen, 5623 Lor-
raine St., was arrested by Plant
City police Aug. 18 at 3:50 p.m.
after the parents of the child,
who was being baby-sat by
Whalen's girlfriend, came home
and allegedly found Whalen in a
back bedroom of their Plant City
home, apparently in the process
of the sexual assault, said police
Sgt. Jim Shultz.
Police did not release the
name, age or address of the
victim.
When the parents of the child
came home they said they found
the baby-sitter, Lisa Wickwire,


21, in the living room and Wha-
len in a back bedroom with the
child. The parents then called
the police and held Whalen in
the house until police arrived,
Shultz said.
Wickwire was not arrested or
charged in the case, Shultz said.

Copper theft
A 44-year-old Plant City man
was arrested Aug. 30 and
charged with grand theft, felony
criminal mischief, trespassing
and resisting arrest in connec-
tion with missing copper wire
from two Tampa Electric Co.
substations, according to the
Hillsborough County Sheriff's
Office.
According to a sheriff's report,
William Carl Hunter, 1311 Jim
Johnson Loop, is charged with
the theft of copper wire Aug. 27
from the substation at 940 Old
Hopewell Road. The substation
was burglarized and copper
ground wire was removed, said
Debbie Carter, spokeswoman


for the sheriffs office.
Carter said a second TECO
substation about 500 yards
from the first substation also
was burglarized the morning of
Aug. 28.
Carter said the suspect cut
the fence and attempted to
remove ground wire causing the
ground wire to arc. A power out-
age resulted, causing a loss- of
power to an undetermined
number of homes in eastern
Hillsborough County. Estimated
damage totaled about $58,000
to the substations.
According to a sheriff's report,
when detectives arrived at
Hunter's residence Aug. 30 he
jumped through a glass window
in an attempt to flee. Hunter
was taken into custody and
taken to South Florida Baptist
Hospital where he was treated
for minor injuries and released.
Hunter was then taken to the
Orient Road Jail where he was
being held on a bond of $36,500,
according to the sheriff's report.


Firefighters Reject


City Pay Proposal


SAY INCREASE TOO SMALL
TO COVER INSURANCE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewmnan@mediageneral.com
Members of the Plant City Professional Fire Fighters
Local Union 2103, which represents about 30 firefighters
working for the city, voted unanimously Aug. 30 to reject
the 4.2 percent raise offered by the city.
The firefighters are completing the first year of a three-
year contract with the city. Pay and other compensation
issues are renegotiated each year under that contract.
The city is in the process of developing a budget for
2006-07, effective Oct. 1. The 4.2 percent across-the-board
increase is proposed for all city employees who have at
least one year of seniority.
See PAY, Page 15


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SEPTEMBER 7.2006 THE.COURIER 5


TODAY
Turkey Creek Class of 1961
The Turkey Creek High School Class of
1961 is planning the group's 45-year reunion
and is trying to locate the following class-
mates: Louise (Brown) Graves, Betty Jean
(Hall) Sadler, Sylvia Holmes, Joann (Houck)
Armachain, Marvin Meeks, Dorothy Hicks
Odom, Jeanette Buser Weinstein and Grant-
land Pate. A meeting is planned for Sept. 7 at
6:30 p.m. at BuddyFreddys, 1101 Goldfinch
Drive. Call: Elaine (Rodgers) Lister, 752-0118.

FRIDAY
Friday night gospel concert
Mount Zion Assembly of God, 3005 Tho-
notosassa Road, will present a Friday night
gospel sing featuring the Goldizen Family
on Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. Call: 752-1614.

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

Spaghetti meal fundraiser
Center Stage Performing Arts, formerly
known as Miss Dixie's Aurora Music and
Performing Arts, 206 S. Evers St., has sched-
uled a spaghetti meal fundraiser Sept. 8 to
benefit production costs for its Downtown
Performers and newly formed competition
team. The cost of the meal is $5 and
includes spaghetti with meat sauce, salad,
roll and desert. Meals will be delivered bet-
ween 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. and businesses
are especially encouraged to participate.
Call: Dixie Forbes-Gorby, 717-9575.

SATURDAY
Founders Day
The Plant City chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy plan a lun-
cheon Sept. 9 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. to
mark Founders Day. Other members of the
organization's Florida chapters also plan to
attend. Call: 752-1802.

MONDAY
Interstate 75 beltway workshop
The city commission plans a workshop
concerning the Tampa-Hillsborough
Expressway Authority's Interstate-75 belt-
way proposal Sept. 11 at 7:30 p.m. at city
hall, 302 Reynolds St.

TUESDAY
Honoring public safety personnel
An appreciation dinner for public safety per-
sonnel and their families will take place Sept.
12 at 6:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St. Hillsborough County
State Attorney Mark Ober will be the speaker.
RSVP: 754-2637 or 7520-4104, by Sept. 11.

Children's Storytime
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer its Children's Storytime program
Sept. 12 for toddlers and preschoolers and
Sept. 14 for babies. Call: 757-9215, Ext. 24.

PCHS Class of 1957
The Plant City High School Class of 1957
will meet Sept. 12 at 9 a.m. for breakfast at
BuddyFreddys, 1101. Goldfinch Drive. All
classmates, including non-graduates, are
invited to help plan the group's 50-year
reunion. Call: Dapne Ballard, 752-6473.

Tai chi classes
The Bruton Memorial Library and the
Taoist Tai Chi Society of the USA Inc. will offer
four free tai chi classes Sept. 12, 19, 26 and Oct.
3 from 6 to 8 p.m., at the library, 302 McLen-
don St. At the first class, a volunteer instructor
from the Brandon branch will teach the first 17
moves of the Taoist tai chi set. Call: 757-9215.

WEDNESDAY
Chamber contact breakfast
The Plant City Chamber of Commerce
plans a contact breakfast Sept. 13 at 7:30 a.m.
at the Ramada Plantation House, 2011 N.
Wheeler St.


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Cancer support group
Dr. Hal Brewer will be the guest
speaker at the cancer support group
meeting tonight at 7 at the First
United Methodist Church of Plant
City, 303 N. Evers St. Edwards, right,
is a cancer survivor who saw the
need for a forum to provide survi-
vors and care givers a place to meet.
The group will meet on the second
floor of the church the first Thurs-
day of each month. Brewer, who has
practiced medicine in Plant City for
decades, will give a short talk on the
subject. Call: Edwards, 752-2740; or
the church office, 754-3519..


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo


See CALENDAR, Page 18


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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






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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Scientologist:

Go to source

for the truth
In reference to George H.
Newman's column ("Thoughts
on Pluto, Scientology and
Xenu," The Courier, Aug. 31),
"Dianetics: the Modern Science
of Mental Health" has sold
more than 20 million copies
since its publication in 1950
and millions have used it with
outstanding results.
Dianetics was developed by
L. Ron Hubbard and it is
different than Scientology,
which Mr. Hubbard founded in
1952.
Scientology is a religion. It is
the study and handling of the
spirit in relationship to itself,
others and all of life. The
Scientology religion comprises
a body of knowledge extending
from certain fundamental
truths. Prime among these are:
Man is an immortal, spiritual
being. His experience extends
well beyond a single lifetime.
His capabilities are unlimited,
even if not presently realized -
and those capabilities can be
realized. He is able to, not only,
solve his own problems,
accomplish his goals and gain
lasting happiness, but also
achieve new, higher states of
awareness and ability.
In Scientology no one is
asked to accept anything as
belief or on faith. That which is


true for you is what you have
observed to be true. An
individual discovers for himself
that Scientology works by
personally applying its princi-
ples and observing or experi-
encing results.
For data on Scientology, I
suggest readers go to the real
source "Scientology: The
Fundamentals of Thought"
written by L. Ron Hubbard.
Unfortunately, Courier
writer George H. Newman
consulted less reliable sources
to define Scientology.
The correct source would
have been the church itself, but
we never received a call.
Alternatively, he could have
consulted some of the most
respected religious scholars in
the world who would have
given a more accurate descrip-
tion. Instead, he went to an
Internet database whose
definitions are open to change
at the whim of anyone with a
computer and a link to the
Internet. To illustrate the
absurdity ot that database,
their definition of Christianity
recently began as follows -
exactly as reproduced here,
complete with typos: "Chris-
tianity is the belief is the
existence of alot of stuff that is
completely stupid and can in
no be justified, it also involves
something to do with gods son
and angles"
Absurd? Yes.
Just as absurd as the misrep-
resentation of Scientology
consulted by Newman.
If he, or your readers are


interested in accurate
information, pick up a book at
the nearest bookstore or call
our church in Tampa.
Yamila Sene
director of public affairs
Church of Scientology,
Tampa


Taxpayers

need more

control of

schools
These days it seems like all
that we hear from our school
systems is "we need more
money, that is the problem,"
when in reality teachers make a
better wage than most of us.
Let's make a comparison of
K-12 teachers who work only
nine months a year, and what
they average per hour. A K-12
teacher averages $30.91 per
hour; a computer programmer
$28.98; registered nurse $26.87;
and psychologist $28.49. The
K-12 teacher averages $45,081
. for nine months, not 12. The
average classroom of 25
students is allocated $250,000
per nine months, which comes
to $10,000 per student. So why
the constant drone of "we need
more money" and raising taxes
at every chance?
Another question that needs


to be addressed is where is all
the billions in lotto money
going? As taxpayers, we should
each demand a printout on
where it's being spent.
And last, but definitely not
least, we as taxpayers who are
paying school system salaries
should demand that our voice
make the decisions on what is
or what is not taught to our
children. We shouldn't have to
pay our teachers and schools to
push their own ideology and
personal agendas at our
children instead of teaching
the truth, which is what they
are paid by us to do in the first
place.
We need to shove, not push,
for legislation to put the
control of our children's
education back in the hands of
local municipalities, not the
federal government or the
greedy, agenda-driven teach-
ers' unions.
Gary Keeler
Plant City


Enjoyed the

column, but...
In reference to George H.
Newman's column
("Thoughts on Pluto, Sciento-
logy and Xenu," The Courier,
Aug. 31), I enjoyed.reading
the article, but at the very end

See LETTERS, Page 18


Are You Ready For Some Football?


Attention NFL football
widows who suffer angst over
each football season, I have
some bad news for you.
It's back! The beast known
as "NFL Football" is on the
loose again.
This Sunday, and for the
next 17 weeks, the man of the
house will engage in a love
affair of the heart when the
beast comes knocking for
another NFL season; those fall
Sunday afternoons when
football becomes an obstacle
for communication, when the
woman of the house will no
longer be a partner to the
man, but an observer of the
fan, a football widow.
Can we have a moment of
silence, please, for the foot-
ball widows who will soon
have to endure another NFL
football season?
For most attached women,
including my wife Marti, fall is a
four-letter word. Fall starts with
an F, which means football,
which means one long season
of anguish for the average
American woman. The word
"average" is significant because
not all football fans are males,
just as not all foes are female.
But football is like car buying
and mall shopping an area
where the sexes typically split.
It's the season of the NFL, a
time when it's considered
rational for reasonable men to
wander between reality and
fantasy. A time when it seems


JERRY.
LOFSTROM


entirely normal, at least to the
football fan at heart, that a fat
man can don a football jersey,
wave a touchdown towel in
front of the TV, and "high-five"
his buddies while believing
he's partly responsible for his
team's winning touchdown.
Entering the NFL football
season as the self-appointed
12th man we play the game in
an era of the Charlie McCarthy
coach where we're the dummy
and somebody else pulls the
strings (Charlie McCarthy was
the famous sidekick puppet of
ventriloquist Edgar Bergen in
the 1960s.).
Few things on Earth are more
macho than football; jarring
hits, blbod and guts, raging
testosterone; a game where bulk
and brawn mean more to man
than reason and intellect.
"Are you ready for some
football!?"


Right now, just thinking
about the coming football
season makes me want to
search my face for pimples;
makes me want to go play
with Tonka toys, annoy the
girl sitting in front of me in
biology class and worry about
my math grades. In short, it
makes me feel as if I were 12
years old again when my,!
father took me to my first NFL
football game.
We are onlydays away from
the beginning of another NFL
season. Fantasy leagues,
tailgate parties, office pools,
planting your rear end firmly
on the cushion of your
favorite couch with the TV
remote firmly in hand and
your favorite beverage and
snacks close at hand.
Start with the best junk food
from your ethnic past, prefera-
bly something ground up and
stuffed into a sausage casing.
Gather "all your rowdy friends,"
wear the colors jump up and
down, make animal sounds and
hoot and holler as if those
brutes with the padded shoul-
ders on the widescreen grid
actually can hear you.
Every Sunday for the next 17
weeks, my son Jeremy and I,
will put on our Vikings jerseys,
plug in the football-shaped
slow-cooker for spicy wings,
set out chips and bean dip,
turn on the computer in the
den, connect the TV in another
room, then lean back in


recliners parked in front of the
65-inch, high-definition TV.
We'll revel in our favorite
time of year the NFL football
season.
My wife does not revel any
at all. She is a member of a
group of women who cannot
distinguish a field goal from a
foul ball and could care less
about either. Suffering through
the recurring nightmare of 23
seasons with a Vikings fan has
her reconsidering the theory of
intelligent design.
"There you sit," she cries out,
"encrusted in garlic bread and
pizza, the ungodly sight of fatty
foods dripping down your chin,
watching yet another NFL
game. You were at it yesterday
too, only this time it was a plate
full of tacos and college
football. Koko the gorilla
understands 100 words, and
that's more than I get from you
during an entire football game.
I can only wait in another room
and pray you come out of this
state of insanity."
Saturday and Sunday are
lost to football. But can the
NFL football widow savor a
weekday of relief after a
weekend of football?
Of course not.
Say it together, football fans.
"Monday Night Football!"
Oh, the woes of the NFL
football widow.

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






SEPTEMBER 7, 2006 THE COURIER 7


COMMENTARY





Sept. 11 Memories Live On


T uesday, Sept. 11, 2001, will be one of those days
I i will remember for the rest of my life.
It was a day that the United States and the
world took a slap in the face from Islamic
terrorists. Statistics show the terrorist hijackings
killed 2,996 innocent people that day; 2,106 from the
United States and 890 from more than 30 other
countries.


Sept. 11 fell on a Tuesday
that year. Tuesday is a deadline
day at The Courier. On that
particular morning I was
completing a story concerning
the city's annual budget. I had
almost finished the story when
someone said a plane had just
crashed into one of the World
Trade Center towers in New
York.
A television at the reception-
ist's station was turned on.
Every channel showed the live
picture of the north tower
burning. Smoke was billowing
out the windows where a large
airliner had crashed through
the giant skyscraper.
I took a look at the picture
and thought now I've seen
everything. How in the world
could that have happened.
Phone calls I was making to
city hall to the clerk's office
couldn't get past the switch-
board. No one was answering
their office extensions. I wasn't
surprised. At city hall Tuesday
mornings following a Monday
night ciry commission meeting
are often taken over by depart-
ment meetings. City hall is
right across the street from The
Courier's office, so I told my
editor I was going to see if I
could find the city clerk and get
some answers to the holes in
my story. By the time I stepped
into the elevator at city hall it
was about five minutes past 9.
"That was something about
a plane hitting the World Trade
Center in New York," I said to
the city worker riding with me
to the third floor.
"Did you hear about the
second plane?" he asked me.
"The south tower was just hit."
My feeble brain switched
from implausible confusion to
-horrific understanding. New
York, the United States, my
country, was under attack.
I got off the elevator and
went to then City Clerk Martin
Wisgerhofs office.
As I entered the clerk's area I
noticed a half-dozen people
standing in or near a particular
office. Someone had rounded
up a small black-and-white TV.
People from the third floor
offices were standing there,
mouths agape, wondering and
watching in horror as the world
turned upside down.
It didn't take long before I
had seen my fill. I was mad. But
I didn't know who to be mad
at. I was sick to my stomach
and disgusted with the world
for being so ugly. I wanted to
strike out. But there was
nothing but loving people
around me. We were all in a
daze.
Wisgerhof and I did what we
needed to do to finish my story.
There wasn't any of the small
talk that normally flowed inside
that building. Everyone


GEORGE H.
NEWMAN


seemed to be in their own little
disjointed world. There was
nothing good about that day.
With two planes involved it
was obvious to me that if
foreign nationals were involved
it was an act of war. I said as
much to the newspaper office
liberal who thought the act was
perhaps a group of people
calling out for attention to their
particular plight.
I agreed, but the tactic of
plowing airliners into buildings
- filled with people didn't fit into
my list of things to do for
attention.
I called my wife, Karen, to let
her know what was going on
she said: "Oh my God, where is
Matthew?"
My son was 27 at the time.
He was living in Brooklyn and
taking the subway into Man-
'hattan every day. Somehow I
didn't even consider that he
could be in trouble. He worked
near Madison Square Garden,
somewhere around Broadway
and 32nd Street. Karen wasn't
anywhere near as comfortable
with the logistics. She started
calling New York immediately,,
along with another 16 million
people. All the phones were
tied up.
At 9:45 a.m. American Flight
77 crashed into the Pentagon.
I recall thinking "What in the
world is going on? Where is the
U.S. Air Force? This is ridicu-
lous." I was getting more angry
by the second. But now, I was
thinking more about my son.
Where would this thing end?
While Karen and I worried
over our son, he was standing
on top of the five-story building
he was living in, watching the
drama play out before him. He
said there were people on the
roofs of buildings all around
him watching in disbelief. The
bridges and tunnels going to
Manhattan were shut down.
There would be no work for
him that day.
More television coverage
showed firefighters and police
streaming into the WTC
buildings. Hundreds of people
were trapped on the upper
floors. Death and the fear of
death was everywhere. The live
coverage was astounding.
Twenty minutes later, at 10:


KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
Courier reporter George Newman grabbed this flag as it fell from the sky during a visit to New
York City just a couple of months after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. To save wear and
tear, he only flies it outside his home on national holidays.


05, the 'south tower unbeliev-
ably collapsed in a gigantic pile
of concrete rubble, steel and
dust. Television coverage
showed the building fall over
and over again. The complete
shock that such a huge build-
ing could fall was quadrupled
by the knowledge the building
was filled with people.
This had to be the beginning
of World War III, I thought to
myself and said to the office
liberal who was getting quieter
by the second. My simple,
comfortable life was once again
being shattered by reality. I
didn't like it one bit.
Fourth hijacked plane was
reported heading for Washing-
ton, D.C. At 10:10 a.m., United
Flight 93 crashed in Shank-
sville, Pa. Reports speculated it
might have been shot out of
the sky by U.S. fighters. Later it
was revealed passengers on
Flight 93, knowing the fate of
the other planes, confronted
the hijackers and died saving
others.
Later that night, Karen
reached Matthew on a phone
in the basement of his building.
A passerby answered the
seldom used pay phone and
searched the building for our
son. It took a while for the
stranger to find him. I wasn't
home when Karen got through.
I didn't get to talk with Matt for
days. New York City was on
every television in the world.
But the phone system, cell_
phones and land lines, were
clogged to the hilt for more
than a week.
Two months later Karen and
I took a week off and flew to
New York. We made reserva-
tions for the Novotel Hotel at
Broadway and 52nd Street. Our
24th Floor room looked down
Broadway to Times Square. We
wanted to see our son, but it
was also a patriotic and
spiritual pilgrimage for both of
us. What happened to me in
the first two hours of our visit
will go down as a highlight of
my life.
We arrived at our hotel at 11
a.m. We were to meet Matt at 3
p.m. After unpacking, Karen
and I found a deli that served
pastrami on rye, with a cold


draft on the side. Finishing the
perfect lunch, we went out. on
the street to walk about 10
blocks to St. Patrick's Cathe-
dral. Services were held there
every day, honoring the
missing firefighters and
policeman who died trying to
save others. The church holds'
about 3,000 worshipers. It was
filled every day.
As we crossed Broadway that
first day, the wind was whip-
ping through the mountainous
buildings. It was about 50
degrees, and everyone was
scurrying along as they usually
do.
"Don't look up," is the
standard advice given to
tourists in New York. "That's
what country bumpkins do."
As we crossed Broadway's
eight lanes, walking toward
Fifth Avenue, I heard a loud
gust of wind racing through the
canyon above me. When I
reached the comer I stepped
out of the busy pedestrian
traffic and looked into the sky
above. Karen was caught in the
flow and continued passed my
position. As I spotted a
rectangular object flying south
on Broadway toward Times
Square Karen was still walking.
"What the heck is that," I
said to no one in particular.
"Karen! Look at this."
She was half a block away,
well out of earshot before she
turned back to find me.
This colorless object I was
watching floated through the
sky, about 50 floors above the
busy street. I watched it fly in a
straight line until it reached the
end of the long block. Then it
began a sharp descent toward
the ground, plunging straight
down. I could see its color as it
fell. It was red, white and blue.
It was an American flag.
. There were flags everywhere
in New York at that time.
Patriotism was at its peak
following the terrorist attacks.
Every building had dozens of
flags flying from the innumer-
able rooftops. My guess was
that someone was trying to
raise a flag on the top of a
building in the howling wind
and it got away from them.
After the flag dove toward


the street the wind currents
changed-and set Old Glory on a
course back up Broadway to
the comer where I was stand-
ing. People continued to
stream by as I stood there, with
my mouth open, watching the.
flag sail happily along. It was
folded in half, long ways, but
the stars and stripes showed
boldly as the symbol of our
great naLion flew above the
street.
Here is were it gets spooky,
or wonderful, depending on
your slant.
When the flag reached the
intersection where I was
standing it took a sharp right
hand turn and dove toward the
sidewalk at my feet. Had I been
a step quicker I would have
caught the flag before it
touched the ground. But I
leaped forward, scooped it up,
and held it to my chest. It was
like a gift from God, sent to me
by a loving Creator, straight
from the skies above New York;
a symbol of our visit to an
appreciative and deeply
spiritual town.
Suffice to say our visit was'
everything we wanted it to be.
Our time with our son was
special. The people of New
York were wonderful. Every-
one, visitors and residents
alike, were touched by the
tragedy and the renewal of
Sept. 11. Our visit was truly a
spiritual journey.
I carefully protected that flag
and carried it home with me.
We were living in Brandon at
the time and I immediately
installed a flagpole in our front
'yard, and flew that flag on
national holidays, saving it
from the daily wear faced by
my other flag.
Now in Plant City, another
flagpole stands in my front
yard. I fly an American flag day
and night, lighted by a small
solar spotlight. The 3-by-5-foot
cotton bunting flag, made with
brass ringlets and double-
stitching by Tommy Hilfiger
that I found on the streets of
New York brings me to tears
every time I tell this story.

George H. Newman is a
reporter for The Courier.






8 THE COURIER SEPTEMBER 7, 2006


FAMI LY


LIVING


BETTY'S PLACE



B osom B uddies 4.... ...


Fighting Cancer :


Tammy Johnson has a lot
to smile about.
She's a two-time
grandmother and a cancer
survivor twice over. Soon, she
and 10 friends will be Bosom
Buddies Walking Abreast to
help fight cancer. And they are
serious; they recently raised
almost $5,000 at a barbecue at
Grandpa Johnson's Barbeque.
Tammy's team will be
walking 60 miles over three
days Oct. 13-15 to benefit the
Susan G. Komen Breast
Cancer Foundation. They will
start at Sand Key Park in
Clearwater Beach and end at
the St. Petersburg Pier. If
anyone wants to join in this
walk or donate, details are at
www.the3day.org.
Her team includes "Capt."
Laurel Ritenbaugh, a cosme-
tology teacher at Plant City
High School; Nancy Everidge,
a special education teacher at
PCHS; Emily Anne Everidge of
the Johnnie Byrd Alzheimer's
Center; Peggy Obel, an
assistant principal at PCHS;
Angel Vincent, a mother of two
from Dunnellon; and Kathryn
Hammer, a retired math
teacher from Brooksville.

Kudos to Ann Crumpton
The world's a better place
because of volunteers. Ann
Crumpton has been named
Auxilian of the Quarter at
South Florida Baptist
Hospital. A 10-year veteran of
the auxiliary, Ann has worked
more than 2,500 hours at the
hospital. She and husband
Bruce live in Plant City.
Church, the Florida Straw-
berry Festival, Lions Auxiliary,
bowling and reading keep her
one busy volunteer.

Kiwanis step up for Unity
Joyce Jordan of Unity in the
Community, which has raised
more than $150,000 since 1999
for Meals on Wheels and the
United Food Bank, was guest
speaker at the Aug. 16 Kiwanis
meeting. She said Unity will
sponsor its annual bluegrass
and gospel show at the 1914
High School Sept. 22-23.
Ken Hawthorne, president
of Kiwanis, presented Joyce
with a much appreciated $200
donation. Unity will host a
yard sale those days, too in the
Kash n' Karry parking lot and
needs donations for the sale.
They will be selling barbecue
ribs, drinks, smoothies and
coffee. For details, call Joyce at
752-1275 or 763-1047.

Jackie's kids in spotlight
Jackie's Dance Theatre's
clogging and gym troupe
performed in the July Dance


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist


Caravan Performing Arts
competition in Orlando,
accompanied by the studio's
owners Jackie and Buddy
Everidge and Sharon Ever-
idge, and many of the stu-
dents' parents.
More than 100 students
auditioned and $8,000 in
scholarships were awarded at
the event. Plant City students
receiving scholarships were:
Marissa Aloya, Cassie
Lawhon, Kristin Hansen, Jade
Hansen, Kim Hall, Heather
Gentry, Greg Goss, Taylor
Mew, Savannah Mew, Kelsey
Myers, Kisha Heintsinger, "
Claire Solo, Mary Kate Doyen,
Emily Cook, Destinee Ponson,
Amelia MacGiruen, Cassie
Spurgeon, Carol Reagan,
Faith Brown, Anna Johns, Erin
Fesler, Lyla Fesler, Callie
Boles, Amelia Barr, Jessica
Girod and Chantel Quirona.
Also, Katie Barr received a
ballet scholarship to the
Orlando Ballet to study under
teachers from the Ohio Ballet,
Julliard and St. Louis Ballet.
Congratulations to all.
Golden anniversary
John and Lizetta Lewis
celebrated their 50th anniver-
sary Aug. 5 at a party hosted
by their daughters Debbie
Harrell and Brenda Adams of
Plant City, and Wanda
Anderson of South Carolina.
The Plant City natives
married Aug. 4 in Bartow, and
are retired from their own
business. In addition to
enjoying their family, includ-
ing seven grandchildren and
six great-grandchildren, they
are active members of Salem
Primitive Baptist Church.
Bear with him, he's Irish
I don't know if it's the Irish
in him or that he feels that
laughter is God's universal
language, but the beloved
Rev. Joe Begley, who has been
coming to St. Clement
Catholic Church for more
than 20 years, likes humor.
He recently told of an
atheist who was confronted by
a bear. The atheist cried out,


BETIY BRIGGS/photo
Preparing for the Tampa Bay Breast Cancer 3-Day Walk Oct. 13-15 are, front from left, Laurel
Ritenbaugh, Angel Vincent, Emily Everidge, Tammy Johnson and Peggy Obel. In back are Kathryn
Hammer and Nancy Everidge. The team has raised more than $20,000 for the benefit event.


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Above, Rita Isom, a parishioner at St. Clement Catholic Church,
and Rev. Joe Begley of Ireland, enjoy fellowship and a good
laugh. At right, Ann Crumpton was recently honored by South
Florida Baptist Hospital.
"Oh God," and to his surprise -
God answered and asked how
he could help him. The man
said, "Please make this bear a .
Christian!" God agreed. The. '
bear looked up at the heavens i
and said, "Dear God, thank .
you for this bountiful gift for i
which I am about to receive."
Father Joe has returned to
Kilarney, County Kerry, Ireland,
and hopes to return to our fine
town again next summer.
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WORSHIP


IN THE SPIRIT


The Rev. Roy Liburd Mount Olive Baptist Church


When the Rev. V.L. Roy
Liburd was a boy, he
dreamed of a career in law
enforcement. Then one day
God called and today he is in
the business of grace. For
more information about
Mount Olive Baptist Church,
604 W. Ball St., call 754-3834.

Q: Where did you grow up?
A: I was born in 1942 and
raised in Tortola, the British
Virgin Islands.

Q: How did God call you?
A: It was early one morn-
ing when I was having my
devotion. I was just 17 years


old and I read from the
gospel of Mark where God
gave his commission. The
Lord said to me, "This is for
you, personally."

Q: What did you do?
A: I went to Puerto Rico for
two years of Bible school
training at the Caribbean
Baptist Bible Institute. Then
I returned home and started
a church from scratch.
Mount Carmel Baptist
Church still exists today. I
taught school for my liveli-
hood and I pastored there
until 1976.


Q: Then you came to
America?
A: Yes. I did my formal
undergraduate work a
bachelor's in theology at
Hannibal-LaGrange College.
We spent 10 years in
Missouri and served a couple
of churches during that time.

Q: That's quite a change
from the islands.
A: My wife said it was too
cold so we moved south in
1984. First to Miami and
soon after that Lakeland.

Q: How long have you
been married?


A: I married Ursula in
1963. We have three chil-
dren; Lance (42), Ales (41)
and Linda (39). We have one
grandchild.

Q: Where did you pastor in
Lakeland?
A: Harmony Baptist
Church. Then I served with
the Florida Baptist Conven-
tion as a field missionary. It
put me in direct work with
pastors and potential
pastors.

Q: Then here to Mount

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Rev. Roy Liburd of Mount
Olive Baptist Church says he is
not normally a person who
would stand and speak to a
crowd. "How could I do that?
It has to be the amazing grace
of God," Liburd says.


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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Do er: $. Doi er Rd & Donuning 51/.
659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen hapel- 119 1f aittra v.
'52. "'9
.lount Odlite: 111. i It hudLon 51
Ilrunt oit/e- Horton Rd. "3".2628
APOSTOUC
barnhea .14po.tolica.
1.501 nalon nRd. *"'3- 96
Ipostolic (hurch of/esus (hrisl.
1212 H1. Reinolsh. I"-531,
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
.Abum/ant life: Pinecrel Rd.
lithia. 085. i2t0
Belhaul. 9804 Harntw Rd.
Trinolowawaw. 986.5"I!
alWvary lellowsbip:
1110 N. Gordon St., 752-5005
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. Miller Rd., 657-4802
Dover First: SR 574 &PettieR 4
689-0343
Faith lm ple. I 4 at lhlsitougih-Polk
(ownii line. "52-0532
Faitl li htloluse:
309 iR. 39 ,\ 52- IS5
first Plant (i/i:
biarlie 6riffin Rd.
Sof SR39 5. "52-3j51
Fort IMafia. (Or ner of 1onuth tHiT 19
S /tillei Rd. "' 056
hAersille. SR640. "-3" #803
lounlt lion:
1.4 at Ihonolosassa Rd. ".52.1614
Pleaamint tstwn e.
furko- (reek Rd. "'3.3529
1 toilo' Iorship centerr
countyy line Rd. "5i 46089
5idnue. Sydnei Rd, 1/10 m.
of rdne-.Dor'er Rd, 659-0532
Turkey (reek:
Furke I reek Rd. "5i-.53"2
BAPTIST
.haia: furker (reek Rd.
A. oj SR60. "3" '339
.1nafia Baptist: 222.41afia Church Rd.
634-8845&
Anttloch: Horton Rd, "3'-.20
Berea: 5R 39 $. "3". 1232
Belbanr: (ork Rd. "52-9209
Bethel:h 04 I. Renfro 51. "5.-2239
Beulah:. llen 6 (ounh' line Rd.
l/lhia, ".-1122
Bible: (barlie Griffin RdU
"52-2875
Burrhnood Femple: iarilid Dr &
SR 5'4, "52-382
(alrarr Free AIll:
3539 Trapnell Rd F.
(edar 6rm e: E. AKIier lle Rd.
\i".123i
Central of lthia:
Pinecrest 6 Ke viille Rd
(burnh on the Rock:
301 f. lis-brook. '52-3"40
(Cmmunil C(hristlan:
1310 A. Shannon Ire. "54-5383
C'rossoads. 5R39 S, Pinecrest.
'3" 1211
(ounhlyside Baptist (hureb,
13322 Si dnel Rd.. 5-1.82(00
Doi erlirsl: .\. Gallagher Rd,
659.0203
fastside: 1318 (alhoun St.
"54-2681
fast Ihonolosassa: .lclntosh
& nighls-6rinffin Rd. 986- 4346
Faith renuple Prinimlie:
808 .S f ashlnglon .S. "-5.6661
first Baptist Churnh of i/duar.
Iliduai Rd. "52.-209
First Baptist lithia:
Inlerseion of SR 39.
lilthia-Pinecrest Rd. "3-- 1121
First Plant (hi'.
503 A. Palmer. '52.-410
First honolosassa ,.lLsionuarr:
.kiclntosh Rd. 986 1456
Harmon'r Baptist (hiunh:
6008 A. Knights Griffin Rd, 986 -165
Hopeuearer. 56W-5548
Hopeueell: SR39 5. -3"-3053.
Knights: Paul Bw/dmuan Huia
"52-.49"2


lebanon. Branch Forbes Rd.
'52.2nfib
lone Oak: lone Oak Rd. "54.52"8
Ilount itorial Freetnill:
hiat'.n ..tlohInson St. "54.39"
Ilountmo .oriah li n vn ill:
202 (nlsonRd "f 90
Ilounl Olit/e- ,it n lk/l /t.
'51-3S3 4
Aeu Hope tireen ill
Baptist (/marci
5101 %iriier Doi er 6lt. Doit.e
\eaiN If/lion Freenill:
;Oi DaI/ni/s 1l/.. "52 5985
\oitlhih-
"00\. fianklinh /. 5"2.2'-9
Oaknoodm iiporl Rdl. '52 5499
Plant lit Prinmilite:
509 ,. FTier it. "54i3261
Pleasant 6vief lirst,
lurke' ( reek Rd. ''32556
Shiflob, Baptistl (hnnirh:
905 t eirace Dr, "--.' 45
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
754-4879
St. Luke Missionary:
108 iiiiwell t/. "54- 1992
it Miarn, freeaiill
IHunter Buarren /. ~54-68535
/. Miarn Ilissionan.
1801 S.R b6E.. "J3. id6
St. .1iar n (omiunitl (harchh
90" E. lamra St. "5.l1616
tidnei 1510 ie Ril. 659 1502
furket (reek (onani/tili,
Baptist (thrimi.
54i" lurke (ireek Rd.
813-3"- 1224
Turke\ (reek Firlt
Irapuell Rd. "-52 90
I ic/onr' ,Iwsionar,. .Itaki Rd
Uelcone Baptist: II1108 Bel'onme
(Inrch nt (813) '3"-2288
ieseside. 2503 B. 6ran feld .lre.
521-1450
i hilehursl Rd. 901 \ l1hilehulnl Rd.
'54-5/05

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little I union. 15510 (oiuntr Rd 39.
liti/a. 631- -'5-
Salem Primili/e:
1-H02 Salem (burrh Rd.. Sydner

CATHOLIC
51. (lement: 1104 .v Alexander t,
-52-8251

CHURCH OF CHRIST
,V. Wilder Rd- 938 Wilder Rd,
"52-2"-1
(ork: (ork Road. "52-1521
laura 51: 1310 E. laura S.
"52-2858
Springhead: Iiggins Rd. '5i4-485

CHRISTIAN
[liSL iplie il Crriri'I I
First: 210S T/'onolosassa Rd.
"52-5385


CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian-
htilnlosh Rd. oJ SR 5"4

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
NAe Grace: 1214 E. laura Sl

CHURCH OF GOD
iCllevelariJ Tcnn I
(altianrr Cmmunih:
5209 SmithiRials Rd
Doter. Doninuing it. 659-29/wi
Plant Cir: 2103 .iMndlake Rd, "52-4591
Furkser Creek: Turkey vreek Rdl
at SR hO. "-. 13I1
lhonolosassa-
1'02 A. larlor Rd. 986-1916

CHURCH OF GOD
iAnadeifn Irindianalj
hingsua, First: 2808 Kingsu'ar ..
Seffner. 65". 500
Plant Cili: race Fello shitp
-1J.Ilsobrook 5/, 361-8190
First: ,\. Gordon and Baker S/,
-52-6438
Gospel Tabernacle. Allen & Haines St


EPISCOPAL
WS. Peters: 301 A. (are St.
'52.5061

FULL GOSPEL
Destin mhurchn' of Plant Citr
11112A. wheeler St .
h13-659.21N1

HOLINESS
I)eliterane fabernamle:
608 If 6iant 51.
Refnie (burch of Our lord:
"28 F. Ball St.

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Fabernacle-
231l Sanmmonds Ril. "54-3f8i3
REstoiation. Lssembli:
106 S Fter _V
Evangelists for Jesus Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover, 659-0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel Plant City:
1310 \mlli Shannon.itvre., 92./510/
(hristian 6m 1310 %. Shannon. '19-2909
(orenant Bible Clnurh:
1408F lEloniin 5/. -5 11l3
Deeper life Felloi ship.
(milla Rd. h of SR .9.\'.
Revii aI Outreach (enler
225,5. D.lktr Rd. 68 12250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall- 3202 ,. Marhland lie.
"52 345

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
(huncb oj less (hrist IDS:
1805 A. Park Rd. "52-636-

LUTHERAN
Hope 0ICf.: 2001 Park Blid, -52-,622
onrd of life ER1C:
2104.1nd Lake Rd, "52-6064

NAZARENE
Plant (i, (Comimuni v
Chun'h of the atzarene
2 102 ,tudlake Road. "52-'863

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel Felton ship:
It. i'lin.l e.
Full gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd., "'538i3

Greater lote Christian (enter.
1109 '. Franklin St. "59-82"0
ImpaW Family Worship Center:
Ifeets at Seffner Elementan'
School. 65"-"911
Kainos Inlernalional
(burch of Florida:
902 F. Renfo St. 64-0929
lampa Bible Fellon ship:
10201 E. Hillsborongh.lie. '5-26"4
l'nil/ Crnist hurnbh.
1911 ,. ordnon St. 659-2624
ounitan 's Praise and onslhip (enter.
I1.V. 92 F

ORTHODOX
Holi Pmroection Orlhtmdox (hureh.
3820 MSoores lake Rd. Dover 659.0121

PENTECOSTAL
Greater Heights Family
ourship Center:
3301 Clemons Rd. "5. -088
living Ualers foursquare
(hurrc: 602 S. Erers S., "59-0528
Aeu Hope Iorship Center.
803 I. Malonmee St. "5".-6123

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Doper:. .oore s lake & loline,,
(burrh RdP 659-1301
(burch of the lhing God'
1102 ryler St. '51-5840

PRESBYTERIAN
frangel/cal Plant Clr,:
11 0- (barlie Griffin Rd, 59-9383
First Presbsterian Plant O/it:
4/H It: Reynolds St. "52-4211


SANCTIFIED HOUNESS
Ialk alilth oi 1linistrr:
151If0 5R 5"T. Doier. 659.0930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant (ilr/: -2203SIranhberr, Dr.
"52 4694

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES. INC
li It Sinele. ganin Felli ship &
tiangelisn'I l2011 South UigginLs Rd.
"54.322-

SOUTHERN METHODIST
limt: 105 \i.Johns ,r 1Rd.
"i-5968%

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
StI.. nak I united (bCunhb:
2914 1lithia-PinetreIt Rd. Ialrco.
085-099.5

UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W Sam Allen Rd,

Dot er first- sloore s Lake Rd at
Iethlwodit (h/urch Rd. 659-.115
Firsl Planti (/i 103 F len St.
"i -3519
race: 1801 F (herr 5/. 659.3"18
TuLmel Heights faller Dr. "5.24-1 1
Sprintghead- 2.0 5parkmian Rdl.
"i2.5"51
5/. lIke. 809 f [laura St. "5"-6051
tlonolossassn. Fort king Huy at
tislleloe, Ir.. 986.'135
Trinit'Y Plant fih-
402 K. Inglish St. "52.-9316

WORD OF FAITH
Faith Oulreach Churrch of Plant (Ii'
I1(t Plant (ih)' (ampuis'
John R rinkle Building
1206 .orlh Park Rd.. "59-92"3




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SHILOH

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CHURCH
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9:00 a m
Sunday Worship Services -
10-15 am. and 6:00 p.m. 7
Tuesday 6-30pm -
Women's Scrapbooking Club
Wednesday Worship 6:15 p.m
Activities for Children
& Students. 6:00 p.m.
905 W. Terrace Dr. ..n iF .. ...,...,,
752-8345


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pm English. 6:30pm Spanish
at
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
(Off o 574 D.:.,,r|
Sunday Masses
7a im ,10 3C'0lTi El 'gli.h
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St. R
Plant City, FL 33563
(O I 1-4. Ei 21 i ouijirl
sI 3i752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N Ever.t'-reet
DoTnt..,n Plant C1 it


WORSHIP HOURS
5. 0 ini. ip l .C,' nir.lu -n
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10 I .C.im 5uLiri, d. 'ch,,.I
CiuJdren Adulti
11 i0i .:n Tradihor,.drJ lvor:uip [n
Tre -..r. r r:ir
Sunday Evenings
Youth Sm.- dl Group:- & Wc.rship
S00 8:011 pm
WVednesdav Evenings
iouth Fellowsiup POIVWE R d.
nPrme Ter.e Duir-erT .dLit Sru.i
8.i i0i 8.,i) pm
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h ith:l,:.t';nlrric m '. i tuiT-pI troh Or"


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BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road. Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 10.00 A.M
Morning Worship 11 00 A M.
Evening Worship 6.00 P.M
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
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KELLEY
Continued From Page I
admitted being at the scene,
committing the robberies and
firing his gun," Lawson. said.
"He denied shooting Kelley.
He said he fired into the
ground. But testimony from
Pelham and Thomas left no
doubt that Graham shot
Kelley."
"How old are you?" Fleischer
asked Graham during the sen-
tencing.
"Twenty-five, your honor,"
he told her.
"The lack of value you have
for life is so sad," she told him.
"For a few dollars, you took
somebody's life. And now,
essentially, the state is going to
take yours, although you'll live
it out until your last day in
prison."
Kelley was born in Florence,
S.C., to the late Deacon James
Kelley Jr., and Annie Jane
Alford Kelley. He moved to
Plant City as an 8-year-old and
graduated from Plant City
High School in 1972.
Julia Perkins, Kelley's oldest
sister, said the police, the state
attorney's office and the
judges in this case did a lot to
help the family through such a


trying time.
"We were heartbroken by
our brother's death," Perkins
said. "But we were pleased
with how the state handled
the case. We are saddened,
but grateful that it is now
over."
Pelham also sought closure,
but is still coping with the
death of his friend.
"For it to happen the way it
did, at my home, and to a man
who was as much family as he
was a friend has been tough,"
Pelham said.
The trial was a needed part
of the process, he said. But it
brought back all the bad
memories of the deadly event.
"I will have a hard time for-
getting the pain. I think very
highly of Jackay's family. They
have been very good to me."
Pelham said he feels bad for
the Graham family. But knew
the court had done the right
thing with Graham.
"I don't think that boy
would ever change," Pelham
said.
Lawson said Graham has
never showed remorse since
his arrest. "Even in the trial, he
showed no emotion," Lawson
said. "He fought back tears
when the sentence was
announced. But that was all."


OFFERINGS


One stroke painting
The Women's Ministry of
First Baptist Church of Bran-
don plans a three-month
"Share the Spirit" ornament
bonanza in which students
will learn the one-stroke tech-
nique and create ornaments
which will be given in baskets
to military families or families
in need. Class dates are: Sept.
14 and 21; Oct. 13 and 19; and
Nov. 9 and 16. All dates are
Thursday at 6 p.m. at the
church, 216 N. Parsons Ave.
Information: 689-1204 or
www.fbcbrandon.org.

Bible study at Trinity United
Trinity United Methodist,
402 W. English St., offers a
weekly Bible study course
every Wednesday morning at
9:30.
The church also holds a dis-
cipleship class Wednesdays
from 7 to 8 p.m. Books for the
course are $10 each and can
be ordered from the church.


Call: 752-9316.

Introduction to the
Orthodox Church
The Orthodox Christian
Church of Dover, 3820 Moores
Lake Road, is running a pro-
.gram on the Orthodox Church
and Early Christianity Tues-
days from 6:45 to 8 p.m. The
last class takes place Sept. 12.
Call: 659-0123.

Spiritual Leadership
Conference
A Spiritual Leadership Con-
ference sponsored by Shiloh
Baptist Association and Some-
body Cares Plant City is
scheduled for Oct. 13 and 14.
Conference schedule:
Oct. 13: Friday morning
breakfast for the business
community from 7:30 to 8:45
at the Ramada Inn; Friday
afternoon session from 2 to 5
at First Baptist Church for
pastors and staff; and Friday
evening conference from 7 to


9 at First Baptist Church
featuring special music.
Oct. 14: Saturday morning
conference from 9 to noon;
Saturday afternoon confer-
ence from 1 to 3.
Call: 752-6740 or 752-4671.

First Baptist offerings
The following events will be
offered by First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Friday at 9 a.m. and
Sunday at 4 p.m., the Ladies
Ministry holds a Beth Moore
Bible study titled "To Live Is
Christ." This is an in-depth
study of the life and ministry
of Paul. Open to all women in
the community.
On Aug. 22 there will be a
Ladies Coffeehouse at 7 p.m.
on the third floor of the chil-
dren's wing.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Mondays at 7
a.m. at BuddyFreddys.
Men's study and prayer
See OFFERINGS, Page 17


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DEATHS


Hancock-Eitenior
Brittney and Bethany Han-
cock-Eitenior, twin daughters
of Deborah Hancock and
Bruce Eitenior of Plant City,
passed away May 22.
They are survived by
paternal grandparents, Joel
and Betty Hancock, and
Brenda Gould, all of Plant
City.
Memorial services took
place Aug. 31 at Northside
Baptist Church.

Cikovic
Mary Lou Cikovic, 76, of
Monticello, Ga., died Aug. 22.
She was born in Pittsburgh
and moved to Georgia from
Plant City in 1977.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by two sons,
Robert M. and Michael J.; two
daughters, Patricia and Sharon
Willis; four brothers, Elmer
Fricke, Robert Fricke, William
Fricke and Ronald Fricke; two
sisters, Lorraine Lynch and
Geraldine Crabill; two grand-
children; and three great-
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Bevel
Noah J. Bevel, 84, of Plant
City died Aug. 22.
He was born in West Vir-
ginia and came here 35 years
ago.
He was a general laborer
and a Baptist.
He is survived by three sons,
Charles and Noah Jr., both of
Lakeland, and James E. of
Naples; a daughter, Nancy L.
Mulford; several brothers and
sisters; and four. grandchil-
dren.
Haught Funeral Home.


Weeks
David C. Weeks, 96, of Plant
City died Aug. 22.
He was born in Geneva,
Ala., and came here in 1928.
He was a retired engineer
for Hillsborough County.
He was a member of Ameri-
can Legion Post 26.
He is survived by two
daughters, Marilyn of Plant
City and Gloria Hayes of
Cocoa; five grandchildren;
and many great-grandchil-
dren and great-great-grand-
children.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Earls
Roland L. "Rollie" Earls, 71,
of Plant City died Aug. 22.
He was born in Warren
County, Pa., and came here
eight years ago.
He was a truck driver.
He is survived by his wife,
Carolyn; a son, Roland Jr. of
Mayville, N.Y:; three daugh-
ters, Sharon Sweetland of
Spartansburg, Pa., Pamela
Hutchin of Corry, Pa., and
Amber Ciefous of Mesa, Ariz.;
two brothers, Jim "Slim" of
Corry and Roy of Texas; two
sisters, Janet Nadonly of Rock
Hill, S.C., and Lois Heckathorn
of Atlanta; 14 grandchildren;
and three great-grandchil-
dren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Leavitt
Mary E. Leavitt, 86, of Dun-
cansville, Pa., died Aug. 23.
She was born in Dothan,
Ala., and was a former resident
of Plant City.
She was 'a fashion sales-
woman and a member of Lone
Oak Baptist Church of Plant
City.


She is survived by a
daughter, Doylene Mohler of
Altoona, Pa.; a brother, Tunie
Carlisle of Plant City; four
grandchildren; and a great-
grandson.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Cherup
Michael T. Cherup Sr., 69, of
Plant City died Aug. 23.
He was born in Pennsylva-
nia and was a retired U.S.
Army major.
He was also a retired from
the Hillsborough County
Sheriffs Office and was a
member of Evangelical Pres-
byterian Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Ruth; two sons, Michael Jr. of
Brandon and Dennis of Lake
Dallas, Texas; a daughter,
Denise Neumann of Tampa; a
brother, John of Clarksville,
Pa.; and six grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Dixon
Ethel L. Dixon, 72, of Plant
City died Aug. 24.
She was born in Dillon, S.C.,
and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
She was a homemaker.
She is 'survived by her
husband, the Rev. Dorsey M.;
three sons, Robert D. of Plant
City, Steve of New York and
the Rev. Ron of Lithia; a sister,
Doris of South Carolina; six
grandchildren; and seven
great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Meyer
Earnest Meyer, 85, of Plant
City died Aug. 24.
He was born in Federal
Point, Fla., and was a U.S.
Navy veteran of World War II,


the Korean and Vietnam wars.
He was a millwright and
attended the Church of God.
He is survived by his wife,
Jeanette; four sons, Ted of
Sheraton, Wyo., Jan of Plant
City, Bryan of Alabama and
Nelson; two stepsons, Wayne
Mobley and Robert Mobley,
both of Plant City; a step-
daughter, Jody Berghorn of
Seffner; a brother, Ray Golo of
Houston; two sisters, Dorothy
Smith of Plant City and
Thelma Ohern of Macon, Ga.;
four grandchildren; and five
great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Ratliff
George W. Ratliff, 79, of
Dover died Aug. 25.
He was born in Princeton,
W. Va., and was a veteran of
the U.S. Army.
He was a fuel business
supervisor and was a member
of the Full Gospel Fellowship,
The American Legion and the
Veterans of Foreign Wars.
He is survived by his wife,
Christine; three sons, Mike,
Chuck and Al Arnold; a
daughter, Sue Hellman; three
sisters, Clytis Cocus, Thelma
Belcher and Izetta Brookman;
seven grandchildren; and
eight great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

Rhoden
Mildred L.-Rhoden, 66, of
Plant City died Aug. 26.
She was born in Crestview
and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
She was a homemaker.


She is survived by her
husband, Otis L.; three sons,
Donnie, Elvin and Eddie; three
daughters, Marilyn Booth,
Peggy Shelley and Patricia
Montgomery; three sisters,
Annette Cornwell, Theresa
Henderson and Louise
Wooten; 13 grandchildren;
and four great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Wells
Glenda J. Wells, 56, of Dover
died Aug. 27.
She was born in Metter, Ga.,
and was a longtime resident of
Dover.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her
husband, James; three sons,
James M. of Lakeland and
Mark A. and David W., both of
Plant City; six brothers, Pete
Waters of Plant City, Buck
Waters of Winter Haven, Paul
Waters of Lakeland, Alvin
Waters of Lithia and Gene
Waters and Tommy Waters,
both of Georgia; a sister, Kay
Reese of Georgia; a niece,
Linda Stroner of Plant City;
and 12 grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Liebman
Sarah Liebman, 96, of Plant
City died Aug. 29.
She was born in Brooklyn,
N.Y., and was a homemaker.
She attended Shiloh Baptist
Church.
She is survived by a
daughter, Rebecca Lowe of
Plant City; a sister, Frances
Rubin of Silver Spring, Md.;
four grandchildren; and 12
great -grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.


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Olive?
A: Yes. I just completed my
second year. I served as
interim pastor a year before
that.


Q: Describe Mount Olive.
A: We are dually aligned
with both the Southern and
the National Baptist conven-
tions. We're mission-
minded. We support several
para-church ministries,
including a feeding program
with Metropolitan Minis-
tries. We also knock on doors
and share the gospel.


Q: Is this church moving
forward?
A: I think we are. God has
given to us a white field for
harvest. "I say unto you, lift
up your eyes, and look on


the fields; for they are white
already to harvest." (John 4:
35) We have a new edifice
that seats about 700. We
have the opportunity and
the congregation are com-
mitted.

Q: What gives you joy?
A: To see people come to
faith in Christ. That's what
the gospel is about, changing
lives. To see people's under-
standing and knowledge of
the word expand, to see lives
change.

Q: Why believe?
A: Not because it will take
the trouble out life it
doesn't but because there
is a future and that future is
in Jesus Christ. The world in
which we live is difficult.
That doesn't mean when you


come to church all that is
going to stop, but it gives
you an avenue where you
can deal with those difficul-
ties. The church is still one
of the best institutions that
people can belong to. It
prepares the soul to meet
the master. I don't know all
the answers out there but I
know who does. So I put my
hope and trust in him and
I'd encourage a person to do
the same thing because it's
all in the hands of Jesus.


Q: What's your.favorite
hymn?
A: "Amazing Grace." If it
were not for the grace of God
I would not even be preach-
ing. In my personal nature I
do not like being in front of
crowds. How could I do that?
It has to be the amazing


grace of God.

Q: What are you reading?
A: "The Power of Encour-
agement" by David Jere-
miah. That's what I think
God wants us to do, to
encourage others.


Q: What do you do for fun?
A: Back in the Caribbean,
I'd play ping-pong, we called
it table tennis, and I used to
play cricket. Each morning I
walk, that's something I like.
I have that time to meditate
and to talk with God.

Q: Do you have a scripture
for readers?
A: Isaiah 41:10. "So do not
fear, for I am with you; do
not be dismayed, for I am
your God. I will strengthen


you and help you; I will
uphold you with my
righteous right hand."
Through my years in minis-
try I've been through some
extreme difficulties. Only the
grace of God brought me
where I am. I am thankful, so
thankful.


Q: Why are you optimistic?
A: Because I have faith in
God. The world is going
down a very dangerous path.
Because of my faith in God I
know that Jesus Christ is
going to carry us through.
Derek Maul

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Soccer, Softball Fields


Planned For Park


PUBLIC MEETING
WILL DISCUSS
NEW FACILITIES
Staff Report
The Plant City Recreation &
Parks Department will host a
public meeting Sept. 13 from 6
to 7 p.m. regarding an applica-
tion for a state grant to help
develop Ellis-Methvin Park.
The meeting will be in the
conference room at the
department's administrative
offices, 1904 S. Park Road.
The city is seeking comment
on a Florida Recreation Devel-
opment Assistance Program
grant application.
The city plans to continue
development of a number of
facilities at the park, which is
on East Cherry Street at Wilder


Road.
The-46 acre complex cur-
rently houses the Plant City
Tennis Center, which has four
clay and four cushioned, hard-
surface courts.
The remainder of the park
will be developed into eight
full-size soccer fields, four
youth softball fields, picnic
areas, trails, parking and a
large central pond.
A previously awarded
$200,00 grant, matched with
city money, is being used to
start development of the new
facilities later this year.
Another $200,000 is expected
to be awarded from a Land
and Water Conservation Fund
grant later this year, also
matched by the city, to con-
tinue the development.
For information, contact
Jack Holland, Recreation &
Parks director, at 659-4255.


A taste of the Caribbean
Jamrock Caribbean Cuisine, 1803 James L. Redman Parkway, Suite B, held a ribbon cutting for
the new restaurant Aug. 29. LeRhonda Anderson-Smith is the owner. Call: 719-7625.


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CelebraIny 50 ears Joye/er
Thomas & Carolyn (White) Wingate of Dover will celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary on September 9th from 3PM to 6PM at Mount Zion Assembly .of
God hosted by their children. They were married on September 7, 1956 in Plant
City, Florida. They are blessed with 5 children, Thomas Allen and Patsy, Walter
Andrew and Joyce, Kenneth Dwayne and Tammy, Norman Lee and Kristal,
and Kimberly Michelle and Chris. They also have 10 grandchildren and 3 great
grandchildren.
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Meals on Wheels
seeks volunteers
Meals on Wheels of Plant
City seeks volunteers to
deliver meals. Drivers use
their own cars and should be
able to work between 10 a.m.
and 12:30 p.m. Call: 754-9932.
HCC seeks bilingual
math, reading teachers
The Plant City campus of
Hillsborough Community
College is in need of-certified
reading and mathematics
9 bilingual instructors for its
Adult General Education Pro-
gram.
Class hours will be flexible
to accommodate the work
schedules of students residing
in the Plant City area.
The "classes take place at
HCC's Plant City campus.
HCC established the. pro-
gram to help individuals not
only earn their high school
diploma but transition to col-
lege as well.
Call: 757-2111.

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

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club
seeks used- eyeglasses and
hearing aids.
The club collects the items
for distribution to needy
people in Florida and other
nations.
To donate, place the items
in a "Lions Recycle for Sight"
collection bin at the following
locations: the office of Drs.
Humphrey and Maggard,
Strong Optical, 800 Optical,
Wal-Mart Optical, the office
of Dr. Kulyk, Publix, Kash n'
Karry on Alexander Street and
the Meadows at Country-
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PAY
Continued From Page 4
"All employees are nega-
tively affected by rising insur-
ance premiums that are paid
in part by the employees,"
said David Jackson, president
of the local union. "The pay
increase falls short of the ris-
ing cost of living and is well
below what other area fire-
fighters are paid. The step
increases for seniority and job
classifications are also trou-
bling to us."
Jackson cited one employee
of the fire rescue unit that will
see a weekly increase of 41
cents if the 4.2 increase is
approved by the city commis-
sion.
It is undecided at this time if
the city and the firefighters
union will renegotiate the pay
schedule. Either side could
declare an impasse and revert
to the ruling of a federal medi-
ator.
City human relations direc-
tor Sanders Bush said last
week he was notified of the
firefighters' decision.
"I have passed that
information on to the legal
negotiator representing the
city," Bush-said. "I won't know
what the next step will be con-
cerning the firefighters con-
tract until I hear from our
counsel."


BRIEFS
Continued From Page 14
Yo-yo club
The Florida Sultans of Spin
yo-yo club meets the first
Friday of each month from 7
to 9 p.m. at the Brandon Rec-
reational Center, 510 E. Sadie
St. Beginners and advanced
yo-yo players, boys and girls
are welcome.
Call: Marcia, 254-4642, or
Debbie, 254-2214.

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

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


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Diabetes Education
Support Group
For more information or to enroll,
call Lisa Finley at (813) 757-8202.
September 5
October 3
November 7
5-6pm
2 South Classroom
Cost: Free

Free Blood Pressure Checks
No appointments necessary.
Every Tuesday, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby

Bereaved Parents
Support Group
Bereaved Parents of the USA will host
a support group meeting. There will
be times for mothers and fathers to
share together and separately.
4th Thursday of the month
7pm
Cafeteria Conference Room
Call Anita Pippin at (813) 362-6972
for this class only.


Karing for Kids

Children Health Fair

The day will feature free health
.; screenings, fun activities and lots of
helpful information for parents.

_: Saturday, October 7
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Breastfeeding
Gain confidence with breastfeeding.
This education and support class
will help, whether you are currently
breastfeeding or planning to breastfeed.
Must register to attend.
(Maximum 10 participants)
September 25
November 27
7-9pm
Administration Conference Room
Cost: Free


Program
This six-week course prepares
you and your partner for all phases of
labor and delivery. It covers emotional
issues, relaxation and breathing
exercises, and feeding and caring for
your new baby. The sixth class
contains information previously given
out during our Baby Care Classes.
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Tuesday. Must register to attend.

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October 16 November 27
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Arts Council donates to vets' memorial
Cheryl Worsham, president of the Arts Council of Plant City, hands over a check for $1,000
to Phil Waldron, a member The Plant City Armed Forces Memorials Foundation Inc. board.
The foundation plans to raise $500,00 to build a veterans' memorial, which it hopes to
unveil Nov. 11, Veterans Day. "This represents the start of the process of fundraising for us,"
Waldron said. "We are very grateful for the donation." For more information on the
memorial, call Stanley Kolker, 757-6277. At right, a mockup of the memorial, which will sit
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group meets Tuesdays at 7
a.m. at The Collins Street Res-
taurant, 712 S. Collins St. Call:
752-4104.
Free classes for those who
have gone through a divorce
or are facing Sundays from 5
to 6:15 p.m.
"Music to Grow On", a
group music class for pre-
schoolers.
Each class meets weekly for
45 minutes and experiences
basic music concepts through
instruments, moving, singing,
steady beat and more. Morn-
ing and afternoon classes
offered.
Call: 750-4878.
Parenting support group
The Most Holy Mother of
God Orthodox Catholic
Church, 3820 Moores Lake
Road in Dover, plans parent-
ing support group the last
Tuesday of each month from 7
to 9 p.m. beginning Sept. 26.
The class includes first aid
and safety tips for parents.
Call: 659-0123.
Faith Family Outreach Church
Faith Family Outreach
Church of Plant City, a multi-
cultural word-based faith
ministry, offers worship serv-
ices on Sundays at 10 a.m. at
the John R. Trinkle Center at
Hillsborough Community
College, 1206 North Park
Road
Information: 759-9273 or
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BIRTHS

South Florida Baptist Hospital

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

July 20
A son, Jacob Scott Ellis, to
Kimberly and Scott Ellis of
Mulberry.
Aug. 1
A daughter, Jayla McKaden
Baker, to Taylor and Jeff Baker
of Plant City.
Aug. 2.
A daughter, Ella Louise
Gonzalez, to Jamie Trout and
Daniel Gonzalez of Plant City.
Aug. 3
A son, Joseph Lephmon
Pennington III, to Alyssa Reed
and Joseph Pennington II of
Plant City.
Aug. 6
A son, Scott A. Raburn Jr., to
Jennifer King and Scott
Raburn of Plant City.
Aug. 10
A son, Jonathan J. Rose, to
Stacie and Kyle Rose of Plant
City.
Aug. 11
A daughter; Abigail A.
Rubalcaba, to Luisa Lozoya
and Jose Rubalcaba of Plant
City.
A son, Brent Calero, to
Natasha and Michael Calero
Jr. of Plant City.
Aug. 16
A daughter, Hailey N. Blan-


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ton, to Beverly Stahl and
Dustin Blanton of Plant City.
A daughter, Carolyn E. Eite-
nior, to Jennifer E. Hicks and
Jamie L. Eitenior of Plant City.
Aug. 18
A son, Easton W.. Morrow, to
Kellie and Chad Morrow of
Plant City.
Aug. 24
A son, Aurthur J. Moore, to
Michelle and Aurthur Moore
of Plant City.
A daughter, Angela A.
Munoz, to Yuri Pina and
Miguel Munoz of Plant City.
Aug. 27
A daughter, Crystal Hurt-
ado, to Anabel Izaguire and
Jose Hurtado of Plant City.

Brandon Regional Hospital

The following births were
reported recently at Brandon
Regional Hospital:_

Aug. 5
A son, Christopher Delgado,
to Maria G. and Jaime S. Del-
gado of Plant City.
Aug. 13
A daughter, Anna Clare
Steed, to Jennifer O'Steen Steed
and Shawn Steed of Plant City.
Aug. 18
A son, Gary Donald Wal-
terson III, to Kari Manasterski
and Gary Walterson Jr. of Plant
City.
Aug. 19
A son, Cody Eugene Hitson,
to Michelle and Daniel Hitson
of Plant City.


CALENDAR
Continued From Page 5
The speaker will be Walt
Belcher, television critic for The
Tampa Tribune. The event is
sponsored by Zeno Office Solu-
tions. Call: 754-3707.

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

Fish fry, hoe down
The Plant City Cornerstone
Center will present an "Old
Time Country Fish Fry and
Hoe Down" Sept. 16 at the Bar
M Ranch, 1710 Joe McIntosh
Road. Dinner will be served
from 5 to 8 p.m. with enter-
tainment at 7. Performers will
include the South Star Blue-
grass Band, Victoria K and
Royal City Family. Tickets are
$20 for'adults and $10 for chil-
dren.
Tickets are available at the
Orange Blossom Tea Room,
759-2247, or Jeanne Burt, 752-
9225.

Girl's softball tournament
More than 20 fast-pitch


LETTERS


Continued From Page 6
I am afraid there were two
mistakes that I found to be
very disturbing.
Firstly, Muslims absolutely
do not believe in reincarna-
tion.
We believe in a life after
death, consisting of a Day of
Judgment when the soul will
be judged by God and
subsequently sent to either
Heaven or Hell.


Also, we refer to followers
of Islam as Muslims, not
Islamists, as that is a
political term that was
invented in modern times
most likely by non-Muslims.
I hope that these issues-
may be clarified in the future.
Thank you. for your time.
Rizwana Khan
Plant City


softball teams from through-
out Central Florida are
expected to gather Sept. 16-17
at the Randy L. Larson Softball
Four-Plex, 1810 E. Park Road,
for a two-day invitational
tournament.
Games will start at 8:30 a.m.
each day and continue
throughout the day. Admis-
sion and parking are free.
Call: Brian Dodd, 659-4200,
Ext. 4302.

Music jamboree
benefits Unity
The Never Fade Bluegrass
Gospel Band and The Gee
Daddy's will perform Sept. 16
at 7 p.m. at the 1914 Plant City
High School Community
Center, 605 N. Collins St. Tick-
ets are $10 or $15 reserved
and may be purchased at the
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce or at the Alexander
Street Kash n' Karry.
Call: Joyce Jordan, 752-
1275.

Street rods
Prior to the Strawberry
Classic Car Show Sept. 16, the
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce will host a
National Street Rod Apprecia-
tion Day celebration from
noon to 4 p.m. on South
Palmer Street near the train
depot in downtown Plant
City.
Information: 754-3707 or
www.plantcity.org.


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

Gospel jamboree
The eighth annual Unity's
Jamboree featuring Never
Fade, the Gee Daddy's and
The Exxum Sisters is set for
Sept. 17 at the 1914 Plant City
High School Community
Center, 605 N. Collins St.
Door's open at 6 p.m. with the
show at 7. General admission
is $10; reserve seats are $15.
Advance tickets are avail-
able at: Kash n' Karry, 205 W.
Alexander St.; Browns Jewel-
ers, 1705 Jim Redman Park-
way; Plant City Chamber of
Commerce, 106 N. Evers St.;
Family & Friends Antiques &
Collectibles, 1307 S. Collins
St.; and Browns 23 1/ Hour
Wrecker Service, 206 S. Waller
St.

Auditions.
Plant City Entertainment
will have auditions for "God's
Favorite," a modern telling of
the story of Job, Sept. 18-19 at
7:30 p.m. at the Hillsborough
Community College audito-
rium, Plant City campus. Call:
928-1259.


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John Dicks, with restaurant co-
owners Fabio Paz, left, and John
Caraway. Below, Edith Lan-
gstron, the pastor at Mets
Ministries in Plant City, sang the
S, national anthem at the lun-
cheon.


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l ,. restaurant for 36 years before selling it five years ago. From left are Vernon,
S"' Barbara, Gayle and Glendon Porter. Above, more than 20 residents turned
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SPORTS


2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved. ...
Right, Armwood's Angelo Hadley (6) and Chris Greene (34)
demonstrate the art of the tackle to Durant punt returned Jacob
Wall Friday night at the Cougars' Ron Frost Athletic Complex.. :
Durant marched down the field on its opening drive, which "
culminated in a 21-yard Evan Kelly field goal to give the Cougars ,
a 3-0 lead. The Hawks responded with 39 unanswered points in a
39-3 blowout. Plant City (0-2) will host Armwood (2-0) this week,
while Durant (1-1) will try to get back on the winning track A .
Friday against the Eagles (0-2) in Brandon. Above, the outside .' ; :: .~ ". .
rush of Armwood's Sergio Joyner (98) and Ryne Giddens (97)
help force Durant quarterback Jeremy Fussell into throwing an
interception on this play. 2006 DVWE BIIYNS. II rights resenei



Cougars Try To Regain Momentum At Winless Brandon


KICKOFF FRIDAY AT 7:30 P.M.
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The Brandon Eagles have failed to
register a point in two games this
season, which would appear to bode
well for Durant since it will be playing
at Brandon this Friday.
If it were only that straightforward.
The reason for Brandon's ineptitude
will, apparently, have been eliminated
just in time for the Cougars' trip there.
Mike Brown, the top running back in
the county last season, was held out for
nearly all of Brandon's first two games
for disciplinary reasons. He did not
appear in Brandon's season-opening
26-0 loss to Chamberlain.


Last week, Brown was allowed to
play, but only carried the ball three
times. In those three carries, all Brown
did was gain 59 yards.
"We're hoping he's suspended
again, but I don't think he will be,"
lamented Durant head coach Mike
Gottman, whose Cougars will likely see
the full dose of Brown this week. The
Eagles lost to Newsome 29-0.
Durant had a very good start against
No. 1 Armwood last week, driving 77
yards to start the game before settling
for a 21-yard field goal by Evan Kelly.
The defense, for the most part, saw
what was coming from Armwood, and
had the score still a very respectable
13-3 at halftime.
But on the first play of the third
quarter, Armwood fullback Marquise


Branton went for a 60-yard touchdown
and the Hawks were on their way to a
39-3 win.
While Gottman was happy with how
his team hung in to start, the way
things turned left him not as pleased.
"Armwood made some adjustments
and we couldn't respond, and we
didn't tackle well at all," Gottman said.
"I think with the way things were
going, we were kind of content with
where we were at."
Branton ran for 178 yards on just 12
carries, good for nearly 15 yards per
attempt.
It probably would not have made a
difference in the final result, but set-
tling for a field goal earl on was some-
thing Gottman sees as one of his


biggest concerns.
"Converting in the red zone is just
critical. We had two opportunities for
touchdowns. The first time we had
three missed assignments in a row on
three plays, and they really hurt us," he
said.
Royce Rose had the standout game
on offense for Durant, catching five
passes for 73 yards.
Last year, Brandon, with Brown
having a big night, defeated the Cou-
gars 21-6 as Durant got off to an 0-3
start. The Cougars are 1-1 now and
don't begin Class 6A-District 6 play for
a few weeks.
Elsewhere in the district, everyone is
still undefeated. Riverview had an
impressive 31-10 defeat of East Bay
while both Sarasota teams won.


Plant City To Host Armwood This Week SHARP CUTS


RAIDERS SEEK
1ST WIN
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
As anyone who got the word
and caught the surprise home
game for Plant City Friday can
attest, Wharton is not the best
team to break in a young quar-
terback against.
It's not going to get any
easier for the Raiders this
week.
The Raiders, who got
blanked 14-0 by Wharton, now
must play host to the top-
ranked team in Class 4A. Arm-
wood comes into Raider
Stadium Friday night at 7:30.
Last Friday the Raiders went
up against the Wildcats, who
now have gone 12 straight
regular-season contests with-
out a loss.
"Their defense, they have a
couple of guys who are Divi-
sion I college players," said
Raiders head coach Kevin
Kelley. "We couldn't handle
their strong safety (Jairus
Jones) all night."
Linebacker Aaron Afre
switched from side to side and


gave the Raiders problems
regardless of where he resided.
But still Plant City, thanks to
its defense, hung around and
the score was close at 7-0
heading into the fourth
quarter. Defensive back
Durant Lowe made some big
plays.
"He's really a bright spot,
and is going to be a heckuva
player," Kelley said. Lowe is
able to play either strong
safety or weakside linebacker
depending upon which align-
ment Plant City is sporting.
Wharton hit a 27-yard TD
pass that made it 14-0 midway
through the final frame.
At that point Kelley inserted
sophomore Clint Stearns for a
second straight game, but he
threw a pair of interceptions
inside Wildcats territory, both
in the final two minutes. Plant
City only had two first downs
in the second half.
Through two games Whar-
ton has not allowed a point,
and though Kelley suspects
the Wildcats will post more
shutouts he is not less worried
about his offense.
"We have to get the quarter-
back situation settled. It's
going to come down to who


can handle duress better,
because this first part of our
schedule is brutal," Kelley
said.
And more than likely it will
be at its most brutal on Friday.
Armwood comes in off an
impressive 39-3 showing
against Durant last week.
The Hawks defense is tough
enough for any healthy
offensive line to have to deal
with. Unfortunately the Raid-
ers have three injuries along
that front.
Michael Jett, a 6-0, 255-
pound senior, has been out
with a knee injury but may be
ready to return soon. Steven
Hancock has an ankle injury
and against Wharton, another
senior Nathan Jenkins
returned but reinjured his
knee after 10 plays.
Also hurt is receiver Keith
Dawson, who did not play
with a sprained knee.
After Armwood the Raiders
must take on Lake Gibson and
Newsome, both off to 2-0
starts. The good news is that
none of the first five games
count against the Raiders' dis-
trict mark. And the other three
teams in the district lost last
See RAIDERS, Page 21


Despite Rocky Start,

Raiders Eye The Future


If they can keep their chins
up through what, realisti-
cally, could be an 0-5 start,
the Plant City Raiders could
very well find themselves in
the football playoffs this
season.
That may seem like an
oxymoronic statement, but
take a look at the schedule.
Not many teams in the state
will be beating Armwood
and Lake Gibson, the next
two Raider opponents, and
Newsome looms to close the
first part of the season.
But none of those games
count toward what will
determine the Raiders'
postseason fate. The dates
that really matter don't come
until Sept. 29, when Plant
City plays Brandon, the first
of three Class 5A-District 7
opponents.
Should the Raiders win
that game, even if their
record is 1-5 (hopefully it's
better than that, I'm just
making a point), Plant City


DAREK
SHARP


would be in great shape for
the playoffs. The only other
teams in the district are East
Bay and Bloomingdale.
Neither appears to be above
average this season, and, in
fact, Bloomingdale lost to
Leto on Friday.
That's a bad loss.
In fact, only one of the
four teams in the district
have a victory, and that's
East Bay over Leto in the first
See SHARP, Page 21










Cougar Golfers Look To Go The Distance


SHOOT FOR RETURN
TRIP TO STATE
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The Durant girls golf team
has been getting some pretty
good hype early this season,
but its head coach is only wor-
ried about how things look in
a month or so.
"We're not quite living up to
the hype now, but we are get-
ting there" said coach Dick
Sheffield.
The Cougars are looking for
a late-October trip to Port St.
Lucie, which would mean a
return to the Class 2A state
tournament. And Sheffield is
so focused on that goal, he's
willing to sacrifice results now
if need be.
"I'm not concerned with
two things. One is, do we win
each match and the other is
what we shoot in August and
September," said Sheffield.

RAIDERS
Continued From Page 20
week.
Jacari Bennett combined for
90 yards on offense for the
Raiders, who found out the


For example, take the ninth
hole at River Hills. For most of
the Cougars, the safer route is
to take a 5-wood or an iron
and not risk hitting a promi-
nent fairway sand trap. Shef-
field has told the longer hitters
to take the risk and hit driver,
which, if successful, sets up an
easy approach.
"I want them to Oe aggres-
sive now and find out what
they're capable of. Find out
what you can do if you are in a
spot where you need to string
together two or three birdies,"
Sheffield explained.
In addition, Sheffield has
taken turns sitting one of the
squad's top three golfers so
that the fourth and fifth play-
ers get accustomed to the
pressure of needing to score
well.
The approach has not hurt
the Cougars, who went to 5-0
last Thursday with Ashley
Miller sitting out. Heather
-Wengyn and Amy West, the
other two members of the top


night before that they would
be hosting Wharton.
The game was originally
scheduled to be played at


three, each shot a 41 while
Jennifer Harris had a 48.
West is a sophomore who
has helped offset the loss of
Tiffany Wengyn.
"Amy has improved more
than any of the top three, and
that's because she worked the
hardest," Sheffield.- "She can
beat the other two players
now, and it's time for them to
step up."
Last year, West averaged in
the mid- to upper-40s and she
has knocked 10 strokes off that
mark.
So far Durant's toughest
challenge was its opening
match with Newsome, which
it won by eight shots.
The Durant boys entered
the week with a record of 2-3.
Plant City, which visits
Durant on Monday, fell for the
first time on Thursday when a
tremendous Bloomingdale
squad outshot them 149-162.
All four Bulls players shot in
the 30s over nine holes.


Wharton 'but bad weather
earlier in the week and some
burst pipes made Wharton's
field unplayable.


SHARP
Continued From Page 20
week. So hang in there,
Raiders, get better and know
that while there's room to
improve, there also happens
to be time to do it.
While I'm making projec-
tions based on schedules, I
really hate to say this but it is
really, really difficult to find
10 wins on the Bucs' slate.
Before your red-and-pewter
glasses fog up, go ahead and
check out those games.
Carolina twice and, of
course, Atlanta twice as
divisional opponents; going
2-2 in those is a good
expectation. Assuming 2-0
against the other NFC South
team, the Saints and with
Reggie Bush and Drew Brees
the Saints might not be such
a pushover that means the
Bucs must go 6-4 against
everyone else to finish 10-6.
Sounds easy enough right?
Well, the Bucs play both of
last year's Super Bowl
combatants, going to
Pittsburgh and hosting
Seattle. The other eight
games are at home against
Baltimore, Cincinnati,
Philadelphia and Washing-
ton and at the Giants,


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Cowboys, Bears and Browns.
I don't know about you, but I
can spot some losses in
there, and remember we
assumed a 4-2 division
record.

Short spikes
Durant grabbed an
inspiring volleyball win last
Tuesday, going the full five
games to knock off divisional
opponent Riverview. That
could prove critical down
the stretch because if the
Cougars can finish above the
Sharks in district, they avoid
the fourth seed for the Class
6A-District 8 tournament.
That's important because
it has become clear that
Sarasota Riverview, ranked
second in the state, is going
to be extremely tough to
beat. Sarasota is no slouch
this year either, jumping into
the 6A rankings at No. 9.
Speaking of that, Sarasota
is at Durant on Tuesday
night in what could be a
preview of a district
semifinal.
Remember, the district
runners-up also make the
playoffs, so how the Co.
ugars stack up with Sarasota
is big.
Game time is 7:30 p.m.at
the Cougar gym.


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issues effectively. A positive attitude is a must. Two years of outside sales experience is required and a
four-year college degree is preferred A valid driver's license and satisfactory driving record are required.
This is an e.i'.ellent career r opportunitv with The Tampa Tribune and the Media General Corpor.ation.
We oiler excellent growth opportunities, a competitive salary arid comprehensive benlits package to
include 401k, medicalidental/vision insurance life insurance, paid vacation and more.
Interested applicant:. shouldd send resume and salary requirements to The Tampa Tribune, attn:
Kimberlv Kellyv, 202 S Parker St., Tampa, FL 33606, e-mail to circulationjobs@tampatrib.com (no
attachments) please reference "job Id #1088 OI utsid Sales Sup" in the subject line.




THE TAMPA TRIBUNE
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The Tampa Tribune is an equal Opportunity Empluyer


Drug tests required for these position


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( Out of State )) Apartments. 1 (Houses Unfurnished)) (t RV Storage ] (( Vans )) ( Motorcycles )) ((Automobiles for Sale) ([Automobiles for Sale)
WESTERN NC MOUN- Unfurnished WESLEY CHAPEL 4br 3ba STORAGE 5515 Cause- DODGE 2000 CARAVAN CASH paid for junk mo- BMW 2004 645ci 28K Mi, JAGUAR 1999 Vanden
TAINS Near Lake Lure 2cg, 1850 sf, huge way Blvd, RVs Cars, SE, 84kmi, silver/grey, torcycles. We pay up to Black W/Tan Lthr, SMG Plas (XJ8), 49k mi, fully
Acreage from $45,900. EFFICIENCIES $00/wk Bkyrd, consv. cable. Trucks, Trirs. $50/mo. | Al CarFax cert. Dealer $200 cash for any cycle Trans Sports Pkg, Load- loaded, traction control,
Waterfall Preserve area APTS $150/k. Also $1200 mo + $1000 Riverview, Brandon, serviced, extra clean. running or not. fine ed Warranty 6 disc CD changer,
in development. Land HOUSES .or rent dep & util. 347-332-3592, Valrico 813-220-1538 $4450. 727-459-6508 cycle.com 727-247-8785 $56,000 813-310-5829 $14,500 financing avail
Log Cabin Packages furn/unfurnished wk markngo@yahoo.com 813-879-3333, x 7500
Available. 1-828-287- monthly. 813-217-57 5 DODGE 20011500 Van Harley Davidson 1999 BUICK 2006 Lacrosse,
5000 (Spanish: 813-774-4696) i BUy R Vs / Campers TRANSPORTATION 5.2 L, PW, PB, remote, Road King Big V-twin, leather, heated seats,
iWWWB ofs / Campersd TRANSPORTATION Kdual AC, Gerwin conY. 22K, shied side bags, lumbar traction contUrol 11.* ...Uy
Bak krnaw RIVERVIEW on Golf .. .Wanted Mags. Tint, Capt chrs. rack $11,50. 813-317- under 10k, warranty,
Western New Mexico Course, Ise/purchase, 4 1u] $4500 813-641-7091 6525 web id #1828410 $18,656 941-924-7930 LEXUS 2000 ES300, 71
M 0D (Lease. Option 40'2006 MONACO Diplo-, Auto Engines FORD 2002 E-150 Conver- CADILAC 1997 Seville O e owner, c Sean US
tureelnd, borders iiLM. to Own, Brand New merits. 239-989-2057 or great condition, $17,000 Northstar, fias every- ..
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1930's stone homestead TAMP condo.,built in 4br/2ba/2cg 2000 SF. All v msg at 239-415-0863 Bay Area Motor Works or best offer. MOTORCYCLES Wanted th ,995 Perfect4 gara
and barn ruins. Horse- 20042 .2 hru2a, 1400 applsinci, quiet area No Engine rebuild & install 813-653-4798 Street, Dirt Bikes ed.$698 Buy
backriding hiking hunt- iATVs. Also huyng
inback Peect h mil t sq. f, balcony dining credit .30 n 1973B3d U to3war HONDA 2004 Odyssey ed otor es CHEVROLET '88 Corvette,
ancnin ctr y 100i %yo livingrrm m m r l Sas & HotTubs 813-926-9994 21K mi Ithr, oa0en Cash paid. 813-924-6264 24K, senior c itize n coln 1996 TC, like
Parcels Available. ste, new carpet, pool, HOT TUB brand new TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt 100K mi warr., Low Jack YAMAHA 1999 V-STAR Red on Red. $18750 new, great options, 29k
(866)365-2825 central air, near1-75, in$,2, 4 ts, HP, 5 from A-Z. Guaranteed $22,950. 813-926-6399 1100 9K mi excellent 813-643-4023/753-Y77. miles, real nice car.
.. .. erso.n inlaeliver. quality work. Your place condition many extras $4500 obo. 813-685-6917
With Tennessee's Beauti- r west Rooms for Rent )j acrfce $1,695.00eve r mie CaRob NISSAN 1994.Quest GXE $4800 CHEVY 1985Z28sm bik $450 obo.813-685-6917
ful Lakes & Mountains, me New Apart- Call 813-270-2369 813-610-1535 Immaculate, own, gar. or cell 813-766-6374 383, Edelbrock heads,
you are sure to find the Clda 7864430017 EFFICIENCIES $100/wk Only 109K. mi, capt Comp Camrs can,,Eagle Lincoln 1996 Towncar,
perfect spot to call Jo i786-90-055 APTS $150/wk. Also Trkchairs loaded seats 7, YAMAHA 2005 1100 stroker kit. Must sell. Signature Sers, 75K mi
ome. Call Nancy 00 786-443-0017 HOUSES for rent ( Watersports ) L Lght uty JJ $,895. (813) 67-5172 V-Star, 2200 miles, $1800obo 813 389-2082 og owner Tan
(865)398-7703, (865)777- k o com monthly 813-217- 57 5 CHEVROLET 2003 TOYOTA 1992 Previa Van with trailer, $8500 CHEVY 1997 Cavalier LS 5300 813-685-0989cond
S1 www.kuberagroup.com (Spanish: 813-74-4696) KAWASAKI New2004. Silverado V8, ext cab, AC, dependable trans- 813-299-2253. 4dr, power everything
www.nancygaines.com STX 3 person Jetski A shape! Book value portation. $3100 74K, green w/dark tint MAZDA 2005 6i, 16K
wwvw.nan.yain. n e m YBOR City Condos T u rs yr full warranty on a $15,200, wholesale ( tc windows 12 disc CD miles auto gold ,remi-
BUK l ity o s e- Townhouses parts. Manextas $12600 sell for $11,600 813-285-4566 ( Golf Carts J w$3000/obo 813-494-8100 um sound wCD, all
Rent to own. Walk to en- $6995 obo. 813-545-4757 113:872-7683 / 601-9325. tye twr, r mit cond!9
A ^ tertain. Garage parking, BRANDON brand new. 0 c e BAY Area Carts
pool, 1st class. Start 2br 1.ba, beside poo CHEVY '04 Silverado Z71. ((Sports Utility Vehicles)) ales,Service, y $12,400. (83) 319-3961.
S$799.mo. 813-241-8888 Near 1-4 & 1-75. r Boats il Crew cab, 19,600 mi, sil. Pick up and Delivery. MERCEDES 2000 500 Se-
mo8 1 8 88 waterview $1100 mo. 1 I Boats ~J birch, Bose stereo, Ithr, BMW 2000 X5. Nay sys- 813-737-5010 CHEVY 19 amaro T- dE EV option00OnlSe-
Como Jeteboat199 PS loaded undermwarr stem, prem rt pKg, 863-307-0700 CHEVY 1999 Camaro T- dan. Every option. Onl
SCondominiums ) re ren. recent 1 1m6o. 16FST boat 997. 813--0097. sunroof, BM pem 863-307-0700 to auto AC PW PL 6m, ark blue,eah-
TAMPAPALMS FOREST Hills 2br 2ba cover&tra er. CHEVY 1989 Silverado obo Call 813-601- 534 GOLF CARTS runs/drives exc. Mus $26,800.239-60 -2242
MANUFACTURED for 3 2cgne f Julie 1500 8' bed w/topper wanted. uy/ elrade sell.$2700.561-779-0178 MERCEDES 2003 C240
HOMES b sp Rentoown apW/.Dsewer water $ '2100 obo. cond, 48k miles white ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin CHEVY 2006 Impala LT 4DR sedan, champagne
yopur monthly rent ap- mo 813-29940 18' 1992 Bayliner Capri 13-238-7415 /766-3244 on tan, premium/sport W2 nty, Car ax Cert 1 o o(727) 26-364
Cal 813_8e( "400120 HP Force motor t DODGE 2000 3500 Dually ires garage Kept/non- Wood, DIr Svcd $5 95 445-1640 / 804-7326
S MobileHomes Call 813-866-4000 HUDSON New Villa, 2bed trailer. Bowrider and uad cab SLT Tbo smoe $0 POLARIS Sa $crambler 77 -76-3 25 MEEDES 205C230
New 2007 4 bed 2 bath 2bath 1 car garage en- bimini to 12600. ummings deisel. auto, 1smo 0er, 5 POLARIS 2001 Scrambler 727-765432 MERCEDES 2005 C230
$808per month Duplex / Triplex closed lanai, off S 52, CALL -38-2409 full m, Nice 813-220-12050 ownerarort, 22k,Mint, Silver,
Includin Lot. DuleJ close to Suncoast. $800 $15,1j0 Partial trade on BMW 2003 X5,3.0, sport g Aree hslmet. G.. M Sunrf, Ware't
(813)759"2959/ Plant City mo. + security, no pets. 1' a rt, rea. ree helmet., i" c"M Slcy ornare
(8131 6953www. new town 0ne apr ck up 352-346-1051 pkg, 41Km gar 050cell 813-927-5566 $24,800bo727.42.9650
ste w a rth om ~ co n ho m e Cre d it ch e c k 1 AFBo rcey tra i le r^^ ^&exc. co nd i mh r g ra yin t.
sNewartomesa.com home. Cred.ait 7heck 1. ,an hp, Force trailer & DODGE 2002 Ram 1500 silver ext. moon, $25.9K YAMAHA 2006 YFZ 450 CHEVY 2006 Malibu LT, MERCEDES 2006 C230
required No dohes. Macdill AFB 3 sto r TH, canvas~o fresh water SLT Crew Cab, P/W, P/L, obo. 813-924-1393 Limited Edition with 15K miles, auto, white Assume $382 lease pmt
NeB95/MoBa $1075/mo.0+$500Dep. a3+ cg granite 813-238-2409 CD V8, towpkg,bedlnr, extras. Less than 20 all power, prem. sound WAC $4003a8 lfee.On-
Callor appt030 thruout, grany up- 3-2382409 old 3k mi immaculate, BMW 2004 X5, 4.4i, black hours. $5500 OBO w/CD. Mint condition! ly 3,500 mi.29mos. re-
for813)971 53 rade $1950/mo $2000 15,50813-784-4210. 38K mi, moonrf, sport 813-960-8972 $10,900. (813) 319-3961 maining. 863-838-3027
81 )752959-www. C Houses Unfurnished)) ep. 813-805-7964 18' 2003 Polar Flats Boat, DODGE 2004 Dakota g, remSirius sate- CHRYSLER 1998 SEBRING MITSUBISHI 1995 ECLI
((HouseD ite sound, new tires, ((Automobiles Wanted CHRYSLER 1998 SEBRING MITSUBISHI\ 1995 ECLI-
stewarthomesfla.com 9hp Yamaa, approxi- w/topper, auto, red, $35,000. 813-731-2898 JX convertible, only PS GST 5 seed
APOLLO BEACH Brand PLANT CITY 2bdrm du- mately 60 hrs like new. sliding windows. Low 54K miles r ith tan suo GST, 5 speed,
M ucr m New, 4BR, 3BA, 3CG, ex near ospa. Alum trir 500 Lake miles $18000obonower r -
Manufactured Homesl bonus rm, covered 680.mo + sec. Good Placid. 863-402462 813-879-318 Buick 02 Rendez. Call 813-992-5555 leatherin4197$4900. Cal i ,er03ak6es9load-
in Parks lanai, lake, all appls, credit req. 813-752-3630 CX Auto, Ither, 1 owner, Cash and free pickup for 813-416-97i eR,5,000. 813-69-1082
LTS FldRRENT!Mos, lawncare cin. Rv eerview new 2br/2ba 20' a2005HurricaneFun onicluecustom 3 tow nk yourcarrunningornot. CHRYSLER 2005 PTCruis- NISSAN 2003 Altima2.5S
LOTS FORRENT! Move In 795 mo. 813-789-2662 nextR to new n highr/2 20de k0. 115HP 4srcantroke Fu l e t $10 ,90 727-3 -5294 No g title OK. Thank you! er 15K mi whiLte, auto 4dr 47K mi, Cold A/C Dk
Mobile HomeComm. SC l close t crs Yamaa Hih/dr in $30500 (727)422-579CASHforanYvehicle on. $840. new$13600 obo41-
th R C n Park ava dep. Bill 1-888-808-2455 813-81-0388/810-6061 FORD 1997 F150 XL Super day pickup. Free Tow. 6-35 928-4003 after 6 P.M.
Plant City Also now 90/mo 9 344554 cab lon bedt nw t l. E tPlease l6-3345 CORVETTE 1994 Coupe. NISSAN 2004 Maxima,
se. 813737-2110 813-454-6553 Tom (C Wanted to Rent )) 24 Sea Ray 1977. Cabin tites AcS. $6700 obod, *--- 3vide. Ca 1 o- 3, Km i ",a
Iuru~ser. Good conDition, Call 727-776-5949 CA D$ILLAC 2,))3w Escdlade, Fo$$rCArsTrucks & 8 -ea 8,/s 1 -9 1 1 $19,30d 0 8 ara e,,13e- 8,t-
Manufactured Homel BRANDON Prov lakes APOLLO BEACH, Water- great for fishing. n- .. w/tan leathergo PrC A d 9 038 813-1 1. ,
S re 3/2/2 1600sf, immacu- front twnhse, ate-I d cludes trailer. $800 FORD 1999 F15, regular eat e eint. Vans Any Price/ n 817-O88/813-810-6061 ,3.81388-6069
with Property late tile, micro, W/D, Comm b3br c2arr Call 813-264-4395 cab clean, 1 owner, loaded, 22" cus- Tim CALME FRS 0 4 L on PONTIAC 993 Grand Am
wt h clmRnrentn PeopertyT, 2ar7 7lC aME FIRST!
Wprivifnc, $1350Smo + gr ,"o'hoatoce- white 5 spd manual om whs, 50K mi. 727-505-388 CORVETTE 2004 LSI Conv PONTIAC 1993 Grand Am
TEMPLE TERRACE dep. 1/2 off 1st mo rent garoeledI new c re V6 beD cold AC $31,000. 813-926-0779 727-505-3882 ertible, white w/tant, runenine hs
WOODS. Don't miss this No pet 813-334-2675 tile firelc W/ 25 SEA FOX, '04225 AM/FM, beliner wel CASH ON THE SPOT 2 85k obo
one! Like new MH on fidelis-invest.com $1800/mo. 813-967-0170 MrZ r X 4stroke CC, to maintained. i55K m C $38K. Call 813-731-8221 leave message
2/3 acre, built in 2000, 3 M trcur live wels.GPS, $4500 obo 813-356-8646 71K, all hwy. miles. Running Or Notm l1orI a te
br, 2 ba 2046sf, 2 car CARROLLWOOD VILLAGE, F FF, exc. cond.$29.9K. Clean, Bose system 6 Free Pick Up, 24/7 DODGE 2005 Neon SXT
carportden/office fa- large 4/2, pool/pond, 81-641-1192 ID 1832682 FORD82001F150,4x4 Crew (sc 1 6 81 ll lueuto t m /
.ilyrm irepace, garden Ige corner lot, cul-de- Cab Lariat fully loaded, (813)340-224 D 813-416-1082 12k mies ue, auto, Coupe 11K m, silver/
tub, shed, conservation sac, $1,975/mo. Include i o wrlBly 6 disc, leather, tow C power ID, allo 32 b lu coe et w ar..,
lot near 1-75 USF la own/o mant & all~ packae, exc shapToe, HRYS.ER 2005 Pacifica CASH PAID For Cars mg, in new con tion $62. 813-73-0576 day
$19,900 813-43.449 appi. 13-220-7060. owneo by mechanic:. Touringmodel, 24K mi, Running or Not! We'll $uu. 813-426-3584. 813-287-0187 Evening
oGenia Parker Pruden- $12900. 813-777-3270 alloy wls, CD, loaded come pick t up!
tialTropicalRealty NEWPORT RICHEY, Wa- 45FTSea R Fact warr. Exc cond! Paying a$littlebitmore! DONATE YOUR CAR, boat SATURN 2000 LS Exc me
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REALESter's Edgebr 2b-RENT 2cg sBrigge 2001 twin FORD 2001 F15Harley $17600 813-758-2611 Call Rob at 813-610-1535 orRVto chaca HC autore
New, Mait ree, Grade pr3es .rige'2c Davidsonu fiergas rWEB ID #1847163 fighting dia ees.T M ax DR, retailsat $6A00, ask-
New, Main 430 Cummins Diesels, topper, 2" wheels,32kdesics&uesile fe ow. in $4350n000.
Scols, $1,100/mo RECREATION 503-650-93 hrs45 LA ThrGEST Volume Pon- e d ual air, running brds 813-767-1238 hite, Mach ereo ns
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near bedrooms 22590h- rent, shore uower, wat ext w/tan Ithr int, Resonabe prices. FORD 1999 Mustang, V6 TOYOTA 1993 Ca mrynd New!
nder arkerent until rico Riverviewd master 32 1996 tasca S ChargerunrLoaed, nly dual air, running brdsSAN SENTRA Only set orange, ti CD, $16,000 813-598-7992
((Office Space Lease omeCs $ 0 e "1"-So-34Sl AGE Vo Ume 1,900 Miles! $37,000 ob 3 row seat, only FORD 1967 Mus on as.Nicewheels.
iesnc511856StJ $2,750mo. Prof. Prop I BUY TRAVEL TRAILERS, Dealer 81 inFlorida.3713 813-310-5829 m $10500, new re Police Impounds $4000 OBO813-757-9879 $180obo 813-996-5879
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suitewith mental proper 600-com0007 venturer. Exc cond. Load Alpine FOR 2003 Explorer XLT. front ci K red, $1000 a t drivenA Rated Donation Do- 646-469-8939 or 727-tan
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fi .*509 Alpha 1-4exit14 spa. 15'Precision Sailboat & 813-4t36-1402 f funrf, e sports package. 727-776-5432
Apartments E. SPRINGHILL PoolStreet. Travel Trailer, 32 duct- performance galvan- Mike 85K64 9824 HONDA 199842125 VW 2004 R32, blac
4023 N. Arm enia Ave .M a Bu1 & Sell,CaS l$M1 5
$10/hr (813)871-2232 br 2ba 2c pete Recreational Rental)) zed trailed, new 05. .813985469 Call (850) 894-1670. ack Ithr, exc condMust 22el
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PLANT CIT ndstr. SAN ANONIO Gorgeous 2ba StoraeOL cab 890 miles u 22o990 s lig k C ra t S ) et Great condition, $990
Park. .. ..ce. .p. .e fo r for more info 13.- $1 ,9 0 813-8 5-2106 ((.Automobiles for Sale)) HONDA 2003 ACCORD EX, "BO. (813) 361-6408
lease 50teoS300 sqft, Golf &"CC. 55+ l: r2ba, Pasadena Yacht & CC 653-9298C ta nav,V6 mp
including 1 s g Ig lot, $1400/mo + sc2BUFFALO HILLSCAMP- Deep water boat slips n d,
Room &reak Rom/ption available. GROUND Selling deed. Dfor ateoas Lite HONDA 2001 Passport 2004aTootaTundra-mn 200
om & rea m. Jack: 941-929-1898 ed cam p sites. Located f ale/lease. Limited DClIk BEXL, $9,999. 49K mi, Tee! Custom ex- with 6 CD trem sound, /NaviTation LOADED
'o 72-81o J 9r m, fl ..I s. thr sunroof tras include 20 inch power blk Ithr seats, sil- 26+ MP CLEAN well
in S.E. Ohio Lake n r llIoi snroovMsters maint Mru U
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8 -865 AK191.ETHEC SEMINOLE Heights as$6amth i Lotsof p br m (( Trucks Heavy Duty AM/FM. 813-681-0691 age, DV system. Also new Michelin ti resSyr $15700863-669-939
GEORGE-W. LACKEY, CO House for rent- 329 amenities. 1-866-685- aarrcom Duty)) comes p euedW/slid. 100K mi transf. ext. mp aisted@gmail.com
JW.WilderrAvenue 6808DJEEP 2000 Grand Chero- ing rear win ow and war72 $1728509 Call T 24am
O, room, iS Pte /Gandy, eat T tb black, garaged, leather, $23,50 Call 850-443- 4 cyl, 5k miles, alarmn,
3000sf, plenty of park- bdroos' dalen motorHomes- Vs location. Dock7 Lif for w/tan lnt., 71K miles, well maintained, Excel- 6677H.A2W 04El4ml,
g near all man roads 2bah rent, shore power, wa- ood condo, $12e900 813- lent Condition. $9,975 "2WD EXS, 41
under market rent utORi rooms and master 32' 1996 Itasca Sunrise, ter incl., upt)o 32'. $400 46-5582/813-4 4-6727 813-900-3231 620-0096 91 NISSAN SENTRA Only set ora ,tnti1nCD, $16,000 813-598-7992
ies ]n.5118 N 561h St. room has dressing Onlyn31K miles, Except. mo. 813-713-0094. FORD 1992 Ranger Ton e $595! Police Impounds $16,500. 8R3
Across from Net Park. rom. l ad1 Clean6 Fully Eui, t1n nE1% Self cl A/C, spdD 1992 r,.Ton For Sale! More Cars VW 1999 Jetta GLS, auto
Call Jamcet." r monthlom y. 1st, 5 Containe 1FullAwn2 I gn- camper top runs Creat! __ ...... t Available Now! For List- trans, 69k mi pwr drs
813-505-2495 626-0524 security required. It $26,000 813-23-9920 Boat Supplies & $2500 obo. pall 811-842- ings call 1-800-366-9813 HYUNDAI 2003 Elantra air, prowne must
please call 813-23- 33'WINNEBAGO 2002 Ad- Accessories 2029. JEEP 2000eGrandfCherO-p Ex. 7 condition, U 8000 7 see. $5900.813-748-3265
is -o nr everythi vng.03-FLakeei .Leather, fully pow- A A Rated Donation Do- 646-469-8939 or 727-
edo,6gas7V10, 23k me, dual BOATLIFT & cradle,the FORD 2003 F1S Kin a ered, air hag, clean, 9 nate Your Car, Boat or 824-8613 VW 2000 New Beetle. 50
eu.d, gaeoutsVarage2kepmldaua BOA Ft &radlem b the Ranch Ser Crew, 5.4 miles $7700.obo. 813- Real Estate IRS Tax De- MPG diesel, leather,
SOUTH Tapa, 2 story $6idUt. 813Garage kt u finest alum.of 2 hl drive auto 926-36 /813o4338524. Accent
2000sf 3 hr 2 1/2 baths $ 8 55K mi, loaded, 616,256 ductible. Free Pick- HYUNDA cg2005 A nce 10r K warranty
2cwithbackyard, irri- 40' 1999Country Coach ,'professional obo 81-654-4411 LEXUS 20014R/Tow An GLS, 17Kmi. black/gray, Ratdnce 100K warian
h stall.available (remote owner, 25K model/Condition Help 2DR coupe, auto, CD, $10,500 813-541-6244
gation, and yard service Affinity, all options, exc. avail.). Pateco Manufa moonroof, 6 CD, N... Un.rprivileged Chil- fact wrnty, car fax cert.
included. 6829 S. Trask cond., no smokers or ture, Inc 727-397-8130 -(( 4-Wheel Drive )) ,,aulatel $29 900 dren a$7950. 727-459-6508 VW 2003 Jetta 46k miles,
Street$1750/mo pets. $190,000. Call: Call (941) 377-5758 4'do, gre, eansn
REAL ESTATE (813)835-9563 239-272-8105OYOTA 1986 SR P/U g 1-800-693-7911 HYUNDAI 2006 Sonata side, weatherr seats,
8 tY4 T cAb19 cold-ACUy GLS, 13,950 mi, wht/ tan sunroof, CD player,
FODRt16sdmanba goog TOYOTA 2001 Sequoia AUDI 1998 A40Ouattro, fact wrty, Car fax cert, good tres, all power.
-. 600 Airstream Jayco 5 stemreoa, $4o00 d Ltd, white, gray Ithr it, manual, fully loaded, allots, dlr svcd CD $7,200727-902-9081.
_ Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tpa. 15'pPrecision Sailboat& o813 er-43.610 fully loadedic, Ksunrfexc d s tackagrfe. $1650, 7776o-o3 2 0
tments -a SPRINGHILL Pool & Spae prmance galvan-cn $D#846893 $8,900o We4-pID, #1842125 16W220042R32,
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