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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE TAMPA TRIBUNE


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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2006* SERVING PLANT CITY, FLORIDA


in the
NEWS


FUNDRAISER

Bill Heard Chevrolet
and the Plant City
Rotary are pitching in
to help three families
who have children
battling cancer.
PAGE I

PARK

Soccer fields, a
walking trail and a
pond are in the future
as city looks at more
development at Ellis-
Methvin Park.
PAGE ]


OPINION

Frenchman's Market
is alive and well, but
you won't be taking
a bus there if Jerry
Lofstrom has his way.
PAGE 6


ARRET

Police say woman ran
prostitution service
from her home.
PAGE 14


INDEX

CALENDAR
PAGE 5

CLASSIFIED
PAGE 22

CROSSWORD
PAGE 21

OBITUARIES
PAGE 12


Sendoff


TEACHER HEADS
FOR KUWAIT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN"
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Omicron Long, a social studies
teacher at Marshall Middle School
who is being activated by the Army
Reserve, looks at his military orders
as an opportunity.
"I want to serve my country,"
said Long, 39, who is in his third
year as a teacher at Marshall. "But
there is so much more to it than
that. I can further my personal
experiences. And when I have fin-
ished this assignment, I can pursue
my master's degree."
Long's last day at Marshall was
Sept. 8. He leaves this week for
training prior to being assigned in
Kuwait.
The principal at Marshall, Shay-
lia Hall, said Long's military activa-
tion can be a learning experience
for all involved.
"Students can learn about pat-
riotism, responsibility and history
by becoming aware of the actions
being taken by Mr. Long," said
Hall. "This is a real-world moment
in time. This is a teachable moment
for us. We want students to realize
that one day they will look back on
this moment and remember the
part they played in history."
At another time, a teacher going
on active duty might not have
received so much attention, said
city commissioner Mary Yvette
Thomas-Mathis, an employee of
the Hillsborough County School
District at Marshall.
"I'm proud of my school and I'm
proud of Mr. Long," Mathis said.
"We are proud to support Mr.
Long's service in the military."
Hall said the school's Sunshine
Committee is responsible for
arranging a day of recognition for
Long.
"They wanted to do something
special for him," Hall said. "He is a
dedicated teacher. He builds rela-
tionships built on respect. He is
very visible at Marshall. He com-
mands attention and authority.
And he teaches his students about
real-life lessons."


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photos
Marshall Middle School social studies teacher Omicron Long has been
activated by his U.S. Army Reserve unit in Tampa. Following training,
he and other members of his unit will serve a year in Kuwait. Long,
above, was treated to a lap around the school track by the school's
1,000 students Sept. 7. Below, students in Long's social studies class
say they will miss their teacher.


The comnminee organized a
teacher's breakfast for Long Sept. 7,
inviting Barbara Franques, the Area
6 director of schools, and former
NMarshall principal losie Sanders.
Sanders was promoted thus year to
general director of all middle
schools in Hillsborough County.
Following the breakfast and a
first period class, all die 1,003 stu-
dents at Marshall and the school
statf assembled at the athletic track
behind the school. The Ofag-waimng
students saluted Long as he took a
brief ride around the track. City
motorcycle police officers escorted
the three-vehicle parade that lasted
just a few minutes. Then it was back
to class fur teaches and srtuderts.
Kala Carbaja, 14, is an eighth-
grader who is a student assistant to
Long.
"I've known kMr. Long since I was
in die sixdith giade,' Carbaja said. "I
help him with getting copies made
and doing errands I don't have any
of his classes but other students say
he is funny and a cool guy."
Carbaja i- aware of the sacrifice
Long is malkan with lu, military
career. "He's standingg up for uLS and
that'.s. good," she said. "\\iten he
comes back, I \ill be guing to high
school at Durant," Carbaja said.
"But I will come back here to visit
with him and welcome hinm back."
L( ng is a sergeant wt.idi the .332nd
Transportation Battery foi the
Army Reserve in Tampa. -le said
his activation orders Lme fiii 545
days. ()One- l ear of that time wi l be
spent in Kuwvait, but it don't t be Ihis
first stint of duty oerseas.
Long. who is single, iouied the
Armn after finislung high school in
Panama City. After training, he was
stationed in Germany. The GI-Bill
helped Long earn a bachelor's
degree in graphic design from Flor-
ida State University in 1993. He
lived in Tallahassee until June 2001,
when he moved to Hillsborough
County and joined the Army
Reserves.
"When the terrorist attacks on
Sept. 11 happened, I knew I would
soon face a call-up," Long said.
--In July 2003, Long was activated
by the Reserves and sent to Afgha-
nistan to work with a transporta-
tion unit. He completed that
mission after serving three days
short of one year on active duty.
This time, his activation and train-
ing will be much longer.
"I'll be back," Long said. "I love
teaching. I look forward to coming
to work each day. I enjoy working
and living in Plant City, and Mar-
shall is Hillsborough County's best-
kept secret. We are a family here,
and I can't wait to get back to my
family."





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NEWS DIGEST

Lane closures on Turkey Creek
Road
There will be lane closures
along Turkey Creek Road from
Edwards Road to Holloway
Road as county workers
replace a culvert crossing in
the area.
The closures will take place
between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
through Sept. 30.

Republican Women's Club
event rescheduled
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
"Celebrate Our Freedoms"
event, originally planned for
Sept. 21, has been rescheduled
because of the visit of Presi-
dent Bush to Tampa on the
same day.
The event will now be held
at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at the
Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler
St. The groups is also looking
for sponsors for the event. A
blue sponsorship is $500, a
white sponsorship is $250 and
a red sponsorship is $100.
Special guests will be
Republican candidates and
elected officials. Admission is
$20. Call: Melane Byrd 754-
0424.

Photo Archives seeks
pre-1900 photos
The Plant City Photo
Archives Inc. is now collecting
photos from the 19th century.
Ed Verner, president of the
archives, said recent interest
in the Civil War period has
brought many questions as to
what photos the archives
might hold.
After a search of the data
bank and various photo col-
lections, Lisa Bailey, the
archives' assistant director,
found only a few photos from
the 1800s.
The archives is now calling
for all photos from any period
up to 1900. The archive will
break the photos into time
periods, including antebel-
lum, Civil War, reconstruc-
tion, and the late 1800s,
especially focusing on indus-
try, transportation, housing,
construction and social
events.
The pre-1900 photo collec-
tion will continue through the
remainder of the year with an
exhibit scheduled for the
spring of 2007.
The archives will scan and
return the original photos to
anyone who brings in a
photo.
The archives offices and
exhibit gallery, 119 N. Collins
St., is open Thursday through
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. with other hours by
appointment.
Call: 754-1578.

PCHS Class of '77 plan reunion
The Plant City High School
Class of 1977 is planning a 30-
year reunion next summer.
For information about the
reunion and to update your
information please contact
www.classmates.com or e
mail Connie Young @ clcy77@-
aol.com.


NEWS TIP? Call

The Courier
865-4430


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BILL HEARD, ROTARY

BACK MINI-GOLF

TOURNAMENT

Staff Report
Bill Heard Chevrolet and the
Plant City Rotary Club are orga-
nizing a major fundraising effort
to help three Plant City families
who have teenage girls battling
cancer.
All three girls Megan Car-
penter, 16, Alexandria Prescott,
16, and Brandi Redmond, 15 -
attend Plant City High School.
With medical bills for the fam-
ilies piling up, the group plans to
raise at least $50,000, said Chris
Prevatt, public relations
manager for Bill Heard Chevro-
let.


A mini-golf fundraiser is
planned at Bill Heard, 2002 N.
Frontage Road, Oct. 12 and the
car dealership will also be selling
window-pane sponsorships to
raise money for the three fami-
lies. Organizers hope to raise at
least $100,000.
"All 100 percent of the pro-
ceeds will go to the families,"
Prevatt said.
With all 87 members of the
local Rotary getting behind the
effort, Prevatt said he would like
to see the larger Plant City com-
munity get involved with the
effort.
"David Steele, (principal at
Plant City High School) told me
he would give us any and all
assistance they can and Danny
Coton (chairman of the Plant
City Chamber of Commerce) is
also said he and the chamber


will give any assistance they
can."
Hearing about the family's
plight through a friend, Prevatt
went to his boss at Bill Heard
earlier this month to see what
the company could do. "I went
to Paul Baker (the general
manager at Bill Heard Chevrolet
in Plant City) two weeks ago and
told him about these families
and he told me 'take care of
these kids,'" Prevatt said.
"I have a 16-year-old daughter
myself. My daughter has grown
up with these kids. It's a heart
breaking and touching story."
Tampa Bay Mini Links, a
company specializing in mini-
golf tournaments and golf
promotions, will help stage the
tournament at Bill Heard.
For more information or to
donate, call 359-5018.


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The grassy fields south of East Cherry Street, west of North Wilder Road are presently a favorite
grazing area to a family of sandhill cranes. If funding through state grants is approved, the fields
will be converted to accommodate soccer fields, a walking trail, an open pond and dock, and
other sports fields to replace Otis Andrews Park. Construction could begin as early as December.


City Eyes More Development At Park


PHASE 2 AT ELLIS-METHVIN
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
City Manager David Sollenberger announced
Sept. 11 he has forwarded an application to the
State of Florida seeking a grant to develop Ellis-
Methvin Park, where soccer fields, softball and
baseball fields, and a walking trail are planned.
The $200,000 grant will be matched by the city
using impact fees, Sollenberger said.
"This grant will fund phase 2 of the Ellis-Meth-
vin Park," Sollenberger said. "Phase 1 (north of the
city's tennis facility on North Wilder Road) has
already received a $200,000 grant from the Florida
Recreation Development Assistance Program.
Another $200,000 grant from the Land and
Water Conservation Fund has been awarded to
construct a pond area, pier, trail, trees, and picnic
areas adjacent to the two soccer fields.


The expansion of the park, south of East Cherry
Street is deemed necessary by the city because it
stands to lose 40-acre Otis Andrews Park to
planned expansion by Hillsborough Community
College. The Plant City college campus is expect-
ing an expansion, possibly within the next five
years, said Mayor John Dicks.
The city, which deeded the property to HCC in
the late 1960s, has been leasing the property for
recreation since that time.
"During recent talks with the college we
understand that the college needs to make use of
the additional space at the Plant City campus to
maintain or further its accreditation," Dicks said.
Presently Otis Andrews Park is used for soccer,
football and other field activities. Some of the per-
manent structures, such as equipment field-
houses and concession stands were built using
private funds, built by volunteers. The restrooms
were constructed by the city.


The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department Sept.
3-7:

Sept. 3
Trespassing, 12:46 a.m.,
4100 block West State Road
574
DUI, 2:49 a.m., North
Alexander/West Baker streets
Residence burglary, 8:30
a.m., 1800 block Ball Street
Vehicle theft, 10:15 a.m.,
1900 block James L. Redman
Parkway
DUI, 2:41 p.m., Park Road/
East Alsobrook Street
Residence burglary, 5 p.m.,
1300 block East Tennessee
Street
Grand theft, 10:30 p.m.,
3700 West Baker Street

Sept. 4
Robbery, 1:23 a.m., Mary-
land Avenue/Alabama Street
Battery, 3:30 a.m., 500 West
Cherry Street
Vehicle burglary, 11:06 a.m.,
200 block South Waller Street
Battery, 6:45 p.m., 1300
block Larrick Lane
Robbery, 6:57 p.m.,
Warnell/Reynolds streets
Criminal mischief, 7 p.m.,
2600 block Bridle Drive
Criminal mischief, 7 p.m.,
3400 block Whitehurst Road
Vehicle burglary, 8:30 p.m.,
2100 block Johnson Place
Strongarm robbery, 9 p.m.,
1700 block Ira Taylor Road
Vehicle theft, 10 p.m., 600
block East Alexander Street
Vehicle theft, 10:40 p.m.,
300 block Park Spring Circle

Sept. 5
Criminal mischief, 2:20
a.m., South Forest Street
Fraud, 9 a.m., 1900 block
South Alexander Street
Identity theft, 9 a.m., 4400
block Country Hills Boulevard
Battery, 10:45 a.m., 600
block West Renfro Street
Drug investigation, 12:16
p.m., West Granfield Avenue/
North John Martin Street
Vehicle burglary, 12:30
p.m., 2600 block James L.
Redman Parkway
Drug investigation, 10:34
p.m., 500 block East Tomlin
Street

Sept. 6
Commercial burglary, 1
a.m., 3700 block West Baker
Street
Aggravated assault, 2:20
a.m., Thonotosassa Road/
Alexander Street
Aggravated assault, 2:20
a.m., 600 block West Renfro
Street
Battery, 2:20 a.m., 200 block
North Gordon Street
Commercial burglary, 5:45
a.m., 700 block South Evers
Street ,
Grand theft, 3:30 p.m., 1800
block West Lowry Avenue
Vehicle burglary, 5 p.m.,
2300 block East Timberlane
Drive
Vehicle burglary, 8 p.m.,
1000 block Redbud Circle
Vehicle burglary, 8 p.m.,
1600 block Teakwood Drive
Arson, 10:05 p.m., Ira
Taylor/Roberts Ranch Road
Drug investigation, 10:07
p.m., 1300 block East Ohio
Street

Sept. 7
Arson, 1:10 a.m., 1400 block
Strawberry Place
Vehicle burglary, 7 a.m.,
3100 block Thackery Court





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TODAY
Business after hours
Tile Barn Carpet & Interiors, 1103 Gold-
finch Drive, will host a Plant City Chamber
after-hours event Sept. 21 from 5:15 to 7
p.m. Visitors will be able to browse the
showroom and refreshments will be
served.
Call:-754-3707.

Habitat for Humanity meeting
Habitat for Humanity's monthly plan-
ning meeting is set Sept. 21 at 7:30 p.m. at
First United Methodist Church, 303 N.
Evers St. The group will discuss new home
projects and the dedication of a Habitat
home Sept. 23 at 11 a.m. at the corner of
Drane and Kerry streets. The meeting is
open to the public. Call: 717-7946.

Children's Storytime
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer its Children's Storytime pro-
gram Sept. 21 at 10 a.m. for babies.
Call: 757-9215, Ext. 24.

FRIDAY
'Mild, Mild West'
The "Mild, Mild West," a mystery dinner
theater sponsored by the Friends of the
Bruton Memorial Library and presented by
the Bruton Memorial Players, is set for Sept.
22-23 at Magic Moments Hall & Gardens,
2207 Mud Lake Road.
Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Tickets
are $35 a person.
Information: Hal Brewer, 752-4949; or
Pat Eifler, 267-0593 or hrhmisspat@verizo-
n.net.

Teen night at MLK center
A teen night with food and music for
those ages 13 to 17 is planned Sept. 22, from
7 p.m. to midnight at the Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Recreation Center, 1601 E. Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Admission: $5.
For more information about the MLK
Center, contact La'Tosha Lewis at ilewis-
@plantcitygov.com or call 757-9195.

Spaghetti dinner
The Most Holy Mother of God Orthodox
Catholic Church, 3820 Moores Lake Road
in Dover, plans a free spaghetti dinner Sept.
22 from 6 to 8 p.m. The church is celebrat-
ing its new ministries. Call: 659-0123.

SATURDAY
Fishing derby
The Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department will host its semi-annual Kids
All-American Fishing Derby Sept. 23.
The derby is open to children between
the ages of 6 and 15. Pre-registration will be
accepted Sept. 21 at 5 p.m. with on-site reg-
istration starting at 8 a.m. at the Plant City
Stadium back parking lot off Albertsons
Drive. Participants will fish from 8:30 to 11:
30 a.m. with prizes awarded for largest fish
by weight, first bass and first catfish, and
most fish caught. Information:
www.plantcitygov.com/rec or 659-4200,
Ext. 4311.

Kid's Night Out
A Kid's Night Out for ages 5 to 11 is
planned Sept. 23 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the
Planteen Recreation Center, 301 Dort St.
Admission: $5. Call: 757-9166.

Local winery showcased
A wine tasting featuring Florida-grown
blueberry wines from Keel and Curley
Wineries of Plant City will take place Sept.
23 from noon to 6 p.m. at Nature's Harvest
Market, 1021 N. MacDill Ave. in Tampa.
The winery suffered a loss approaching $1
million from an August fire at its ware-
house.
Call: 401-8784, or 873-7428.

SUNDAY
Church homecomings
First Baptist Church of Pleasant Grove,
7725 S. Turkey Creek Road in Durant, will
celebrate its Homecoming Sept. 24.
Morning worship is at 11 followed by a
covered-dish dinner. Call: 737-2556.
Burchwood Baptist Church, 39 Euclid
Drive, plans its 55th Homecoming Sept. 24
from 9:45 to 11 a.m. with preaching, singing


'Around


Pick of the, Week


PCHS calendar

girl contest
The 2007 Plant City High
School calendar girl
contest is set Sept. 23 at 6
p.m. in the high school
auditorium. At left, 2005
,calendar cover girl Kira
Story crowns Summer
Pippin at last year's
14 contest. Call: Roxanne
Fulwood, 478-8873 or
.986-2799.


and dinner on the grounds. Call: 752-3782

MONDAY
Breastfeeding program
South Florida Baptist Hospital's Family
Childbirth Center will offer a free breast-
feeding program Sept. 25 from 7 to 9 p.m. in
the Administration Conference Room, 301
N. Alexander St. Call: 754-4444.

Storytelling workshop
Learn tips and techniques from experi-
enced librarians for teaching children the

art of storytelling to prepare them for the
2007 Storytelling Festival Sept. 25 at 6:30
p.m. at the Thonotosassa Branch Library,
10715 Main St.
Information: 273-3652, Ext. 2, or
www.hcplc.org.

TUESDAY
Parenting support group
The Most Holy Mother of God Orthodox
Catholic Church, 3820 Moores Lake Road
in Dover, is hosting a new parenting
.support group to be offered the last Tues-
day of each month from 7 to 9 p.m. starting
Sept. 26.
Meetings will focus on general parenting
including first aid and safety.
Call: 659-0123.

Lions Auxiliary meeting
The Plant City Lions Auxiliary will hold
its first meeting at 7 p.m., Sept. 26 at the
home of Tara Smith. Information: 473-
3399.

WEDNESDAY
Mommy and Me
Mommy and Me playtime for ages 2 and


up is held Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to
noon at the Planteen Recreation Center,
301 Dort St.
Call: 757-9166.

THURSDAY
Diamonds & Denim Gala
The South Florida Baptist Hospital Foun-
dation will host its 10th annual Diamonds
& Denim Gala Sept. 28 from 7 to 10 p.m. in
the new Expo Building on the Florida
Strawberry Festival grounds. Proceeds will
benefit SFBH's community outreach pro-
grams.
Guests will have the opportunity to win a
$1,400 diamond cocktail ring, as well as a
silent auction.
The event will include food and beve-
rages, live music and framed guest photos.
Tickets are $50 per person and schol-
arships are available.
Call Judy Martin, 757-1277.

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

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


(LUB (LIPS
Infant, child safety
seat checks
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander
St., offers infant and child
safety seat checks on Fridays
in the main hospital lobby.
Call: 754-4444.

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

Winter Visitor's Club
The Winter Visitor's Club
meets for business and pot-
luck dinners every Monday
at 5:30 p.m.
Membership is $10 per
year and includes shuf-
fleboard tournaments.
Call: 754-4130 or '757-
9165.

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

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

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

Bereaved parents group
A bereaved parents group
meets the fourth Thursday
of each month at 7 p.m. at
South Florida Baptist Hospi-
tal's community conference
room, 301 N. Alexander St.
Walk-ins welcome.

Diabetes support group
A diabetes support group
meets the first Tuesday of
each month from 5 to 6 p.m.
at South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Call: 757-8202 to register.

Epilepsy support group
An epilepsy support
group meets the second
Tuesday of each month from
10 to 11 a.m. in the South
Florida Baptist Hospital cafe-
teria conference room, 301
N. Alexander St. Walk-ins
welcome.

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





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OPINION


LETTER TO THE EDITOR


Frenchman's

Market: We are

still here

I am an employee at Frenchman's
Market. I think the articles that have
been published over the past months
may have led our customers to believe


that we are closed. It seems like on a
daily basis a customer says they thought
we were closed. Some of them go on to
say they read it in the paper.
Although in the past year the store has
gone through tremendous changes, I
would like your readers to know, we are
still open and are now at 106 E. Drane St.,
facing McCall Park. We are open Monday
through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
On the first Saturday of the month during
Bike Fest, and third Saturday during the


car show, we are open until 9 p.m.
There are 22 vendors still here, and
some have been here for many years. We
(the vendors, staff, management, and
owners) want to thank all our customers
for the support they have given us all
these years and would greatly appreciate
their continued support.
Come back to see us, thank you.
Belinda Abercrombie
Plant City


White Elephant Has City In Red


Warning. If you are given to jolts of paroxysm
brought on by startling government waste, I
strongly suggest you put on one of those
orthopedic neck braces to prevent whiplash
while reading this commentary.


OK, everybody ready?
Today we will take a ride
that might be a little bumpy
along the way so buckle up
and listen carefully. The fare
is expensive, but that's OK,
whether you know it or not,
you've already paid plenty.
Let's take a journey on the
Strawberry Express.
Since its inception on
March 19, 2001 the Strawberry
Express, Plant City's public
transportation system, has
been long on potential and
short on passengers.
In its five-year history, our
bus system has developed
such a putrid performance
record that sometimes you
just have to hold your nose
and think to yourself, well, it's
better than nothing.
Or is it?
Trust me on this one, on its
best day, nothingness is
better.
Never have we tried so
hard, given so much, and
failed so miserably as we have
with the Strawberry Express.
After five years of failure it has
become a glaring waste of
taxpayers' money.
Webster's New World
Dictionary defines "waste" as
something to use up or spend
without real need, gain, or
purpose; to squander. Unless,
of course, you're the
government, then the word
takes on a whole new mean-
ing.
In a recent 3-2 vote to keep
the Strawberry Express for
another year, city commis-
sioners John Dicks, Rick Lott
and Mary Yvette Thomas-
Mathis redefined the word
waste to mean preserve,
needed, and valuable.


City data reports and direct
observation of notoriously
empty buses are screaming
out to us that this bus system
is unmistakably a waste of our
money.
Rider projections in 2001
estimated that 16,788 passen-
ger would ride the bus each
and every month. According
to the Public Transit Service
Revenue Report compiled by
community development
director Jim McDaniel, we
didn't even get close. An
average of just 4,203 riders
per month have boarded the
bus since its inception. Sure
we've reduced the number of
buses from four to two, but
that's only an indication that,
it's been a slippery slop
downward since the begin-
ning.
Taxpayers have a right to
wonder where the city's
heavily subsidized bus system
is taking them. Wherever the
destination, so far, it's been
an expensive trip.
Since its inception through
the next fiscal year, taxpayers,
both federal and city, have
been asked to subsidize the
bus system to the tune of just
under $2.1 million. A federal
grant chipped in the first $1
million for years 2001, 2002,
and 2003. Since 2004, accord-
ing to a Plant City's mass
transit report, the city has
budgeted nearly $1.1 million
for the system. That figure
includes the cost of running
the buses through the next
fiscal year.
Sure, passengers have
contributed to offset the
expense, but according to a
Public Transit Service revenue
and utilization report, dated
Aug. 28, passenger contribu-
tions have totaled a scanty
$100,822 or about 5 percent of


JERRY
LOFSTROM


the cost since the bus was
introduced in 2001.
Who do you think must
make up the difference
between what the bus passen-
ger pays and what his ride
really costs?
In other words, while a
typical bus fare is 75-cents,
the real cost of the ride is
about $13. Taxpayers must
subsidize the last $12.25 for
every rider.
For all the money that has
been spent on each passenger
it would have been more cost
effective if we had just bought
each one of them a new BMW
325i and let them get from
place to place on their own.
You might think that's
funny, but it's no joke.
Yet commissioners Dicks,
Lott and Thomas-Mathis
choose to take us on another
costly ride recently when they
voted to continue the bus
service for another year.
Like magicians who make
things disappear, commis-
sioners mesmerized us with
their 3-2 vote to make money
disappear.
Where's William Proxmire
when we need him? The
former senator from
Wisconsin gained public favor
for his "Golden Fleece
Awards," which singled out
incidents of wasteful, stupid
government spending.
He'd have a field day with
this one.


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Why do we put up with it?
Taxpayers have become
numb to news about
government waste of their tax
dollars. They've heard and
seen it all before. We know it,
we just try not to think about
it as our hard-earned money
takes another ride down a.
dead-end street.
Commissioners Dicks and
Lott made a political appear-
ance by jumping on the
Strawberry Express Aug. 28 to
interview the 10 or 12 people
who rode the bus that morn-
ing.
But should their morning
jaunt with fellow bus riders
constitute enough reason,
given five years of disturbing
data and notably empty buses
to continue spending huge
amounts of your tax dollars
that help so few people?
Commissioner Mathis says
the city doesn't always need
to generate revenue enough
to pay for government pro-
grams. I suppose that's true,
but does city government
need to be so wasteful and
reckless with taxpayer's
money when there are
budgetary restraints on other
essential needs of the city that
could help so many more?
Judge for yourself; take a
look at the next 10 buses you
see. See all those empty seats?
I see empty buses all over the
place all the time completely
empty, even during rush hour.
I know there are people who
depend on the bus to get to
work or the shopping center,
but the ultimate choice has
been made by those who do
not ride the bus.
For commissioners Dicks,
Lott and Thomas-Mathis
here's some simple advice:
the first thing you do when
you find yourself in a deep
hole with a failed government
program is stop digging.

Editor's note: Jerry Lofs-
trom is a Plant City business-
man.








NEWS BRIEFS

Strawberries top county
agriculture sales
Agriculture sales in Hills-
borough County increased 9
percent in 2005, with straw-
berry sales topping the list,
according to figures released
by the county last week.
The 2005 sales of Hills-
borough County agriculture
products had an estimated
total of $724.1 million, an
increase of 9 percent from
2004. The total land area
devoted to agriculture is esti-
mated to be 253,229 acres.
The following are the crops
with the highest sales in Hills-
borough County for 2005:
Strawberries $232.5
million 32 percent of the
total agricultural sales.
Ornamental plants $220.3
- 30 percent of the total agri-
cultural sales.
Vegetable production $105
million 14 percent of the
total agricultural sales.
Aquaculture $40.1 million
- 6 percent of the total agricul-
tural sales.
These four commodities
together generate 82 percent
of the agricultural sales in the
county, but only utilize 10 per-
cent of the acreage.
According to a 2005 study
completed on behalf of the
Hillsborough County Agricul-
ture Industry Development
Program, the total economic
impact of agricultural produc-
tion and the businesses that
support the industry is $1.4
billion, providing 20,100 jobs
with $293 million in annual
earnings.


For more information, call
Stephen Gran, Agriculture
Industry Development Pro-
gram, at 272-5506.

Lakeland man held
after car chase
A Lakeland man is being
held in the Polk County Jail on
five charges after a brief chase
by law enforcement officials
that started in the parking lot
of a Plant City car dealership.
According to Plant City
police, Tad Ray Whitworth, 40,
1150 W. Dees Road, Lakeland,
was seen by Plant City police
officer David Hancock Sept.
17 at 8:19 p.m., sitting in the
drivers seat of a Ford F-350
truck parked at the entrance
gate to the dealership, 502 E.
Park Road.
According to a police
spokesman, Hancock
approached the truck on foot
to speak with the driver when
the suspect drove the truck
backward toward Hancock.
The suspect then drove for-
ward, damaging the entrance
gate, according to police
records. The suspect drove
around the car lot and
attempted to run down Han-
cock a second time before
exiting the lot through the
damaged gate, police said.
Plant City police chased
Whitworth into Polk County
where he was later arrested,
according to a police report.
Whitworth was charged with
aggravated assault on a law
enforcement officer, grand
theft auto, felony fleeing to
elude, felony criminal mis-
chief and possession of meth-
amphetamine, a police
spokesman said.


Metropolitan Ministries
short of food
Metropolitan Ministries,
one of Hillsborough County's
largest charities, is facing a
food shortage. The group is
asking the community for
food and financial donations,
as well as volunteers who can
give their time.
Volunteers are needed to
help sort and pack donated
food into food boxes, and dis-
tribute the boxes to families
being helped by the
organization.
Food items reaching critical
levels include: canned fruit,
canned meat, canned vege-
tables, Jell-O or pudding,
peanut butter, macaroni and
cheese, cereal or breakfast
bars and rice.
"We are in desperate need
of donations" said Christine
Long, senior director of pro-
grams. "If we do not have an
influx of donations to keep up
with the need, we may be
forced to turn away struggling
families in our own back-
yard."
Donations can be dropped
off at the Ministries donation
center, 2101 N. FloridaAve. in
Tampa, Monday through
Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5
p.m., Saturday and Sunday
from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Financial donations can
also be made via Visa and
MasterCard card on-line at
www.metromin.org or by call-
ing 209-1000. Checks can be
mailed to Metropolitan Minis-
tries, 2002 N. Florida Ave.,
Tampa, 33602
For additional information,
visit www.metromin.org or
call 209-1000.


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Photo courtesy of Clarence Barror


Photo courtesy of Martha Sue Skinner
Clarence Barror caught this snowman, at left, in the sky over
Plant City recently. Above, Carolyn Hawkins, left, incoming
president of The United Daughters of the Confederacy, and
Martha Sue Skinner, monument/cookbook chairman, present
Fred Johnson with a plaque for his role in helping sell cook-
books.


Clarence Catches Snowman In Sky


It doesn't take an
imagination to see Clarence
Barror's image of a snow-
man in his neighbor's Plant
City orange grove.
"If you're not there at the
right moment with your
camera, forget it," he says.
The retired U.S. Navy
hospital corpsman first
started taking pictures in
New York City in the 1960s.
Since then he's taken
pictures of a variety of
topics, including the Apollo
13 astronauts when they
were picked up by the
aircraft carrier USS Iwo Jima.
His talent isn't limited to
film he also paints land
and seascapes. Clarence and
wife Gloria have six children.
Clarence is also an active
elder of Highland Church of
the Nazarene in Lakeland,
and a carpenter whose work
can be seen at Florida
Southern College.

Yancey carries on
family tradition
"I guess you could say it's
in my blood," Yancey
William Ray said about
farming.
The enterprising and
home-schooled 12-year-old
will hold a grand opening of
Little Man's Nursery, 7213
W. Pierce Harwell Road,
Sept. 23.
A seventh-generation
descendant of an eastern
Hillsborough County
farming family, Yancey used
a $500 Strawberry Festival
award to help repair a
tractor his great-grandpa
Tanner gave him, and a U.S.
Department of Agriculture
youth loan to start a plant
nursery and blueberry farm.
Yancey, may God continue
to bless the work of your
hands.

Lady Liberty makes a splash
What's not to love about
liberty?
Mick and Jenny Simmonds
welcomed Liberty Quinn to
the family Sept. 1 at 2:36
p.m.
Big brothers Jordan,
Thomas, Jake and Tieran
were present for the water
birth in Lakeland. The family


BETTY
BRIGGS


Columnist

was back at home in Plant
City around 5:30 that
afternoon to show off 7-
pound, 14-ounce Liberty to
grandparents David and Pat
Simmonds. Mick is a
partner with his parents in
England's Antiques, down-
town.
Liberty is the first girl in
the immediate family in 60
years. "Melissa and Michelle
at Labor of Love Birthing
Center helped make it a
wonderful experience for the
entire family," Mick said.

Arianna Pedrosa donates
lock from love
Hope Stanton Klee, a
reporter in the 1970s for the
Dover area, still has an eye
for a story. Hope tells us that
5-year-old Dover resident
Arianna Pedrosa was watch-
ing the St. Jude Telethon
recently when she asked her
mom if she could donate
hair to a child on the pro-
gram.
Eleven inches of Arianna's
hair was soon on the way to
Locks of Love, an
organization that makes
wigs for sick children.
Arianna, who contributed
shoulder-length curls and a
great big happy heart, is a
member of children's choir
at Mount Zion Assembly of
God on Thonotosassa Road.
Her parents are Theresa
and Reyes Pedrosa. She also
has a 2-year old sister, Erica.

Cookbook sales will
help monument
You won't find cows on
the menu, but you will find a
cookbook for sale called


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Photo courtesy of Yancey Wiiam Ray


Photo courtesy of Meribeth Boggs
Above, Pfc. Donald Bruno
graduated from Plant City
High in 2005. At left, Yancey
William Ray comes from a
long line of local farmers.


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Photo courtesy of Mick Simmonds
Mom Jenny Simmonds proudly
holds her first daughter,
Liberty Quinn Simmonds.
"Suppertime in the Old
South" at Fred's Market
Restaurant, 1401 W. Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
The United Daughters of
the Confederacy, Chapter
1931, is selling the cook-
books to help build a sculp-
ture of a soldier on his horse
to honor Munnerlyn's Cow
Cavalry. The unit was
formed in Cork in 1863 to
protect cattle and help feed
starving troops.
Names of contributors
and soldiers will be engraved
on a granite base. So far,
they've raised around $8,000
of the $30,000 needed.
The monument will be
dedicated to Capt. John T.
Lesley and approximately
140 local settlers, whose
names are familiar around
Plant City, including Sloan,
Platt, Wilder, Frier, Collins,


Photo courtesy of South Florida Baptist Hospital
Dr. Joseph Richter's helping hands are, from left, Rose Godinez,
Lauren Sapp, Jo Lee Styron, Bonnie Balliet.


Futch, Hawkins, Howell,
Lanier, Moody, Simmons,
Sparkman, Starling, Sum-
merall, Watson, Wells,
Wordehoff, and others.
Contact Martha Sue
Skinner at 752-7630 if you
would like to help.

Donald Bruno serving in Iraq
Pfc. Donald Bruno, 19, is
now in Iraq with the 82nd
Airborne Division third
combat team in the brigade
support battalion.
Donald is a 2005 graduate
of Plant City High and held
the highest ranking in ROTC,
battalion commander.
His parents are Pat and
Ellie Bruno of Plant City. His
sister, Amanda, attends


Newsome High School and
girlfriend, Meribeth Boggs is
a student at Hillsborough
Community College.

Award for Richter, staff
South Florida Baptist
Hospital has selected Dr.
Joseph Richter, a specialist
in internal medicine, and his
staff, as its September Office
of the Quarter.
Congratulations to a fine
team.

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Funds Sought For Cougars Phoenix Trip


FIESTA BOWL INVITE

PUTS COMMUNITY IN

NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT
By LINDA CHION KENNEY
lchion@mediageneral.com
Call him the Music Man.
Dan DuBay, who came to
Durant High School straight
out of college as the high
school's second band director,
remains at the helm 10 years
later, getting set to take 180
kids and parents to the Fiesta
Bowl over the winter break.
The cost: $1,500 a head.
It's a trip DuBay takes once
every four years, after first
earning the right to compete
in 1999.
"The very first time the band
scout came out to see us we
were invited to turn in an
application and a video,"
DuBay said. "They invited us
to participate. Things went so
well and now we have a stand-
ing invitation to go back any
time we want to."
DuBay promises to take the
Cougar Pride marching band
and color guard once every
four years, recognizing the
high cost of the trip. But by
going once every-four years,
every band student has a
chance to go on the trip as
long as they stick with the


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The Durant Cougar Pride marching band performs in formation
during halftime of its Sept. 1 football game against Armwood
High School.


marching band throughout
their high school careers.
The band is hoping to raise
$300,000 to cover the cost of
the seven-day trip, including
money needed for equipment


and incidental supplies.
Band parent Becky Buck-
ingham, as vice president of
fundraising for the Durant
Music Boosters, said the
opportunity to compete and


perform in the Fiesta Bowl
National Band Championship
and Fiesta Bowl Parade in
Phoenix Dec. 29-30, is well
worth the effort, not only for
the kids but also for the com-
munities they represent.
The school, which opened
in 1995, draws students from
Plant City and the greater
Brandon area, and is a
member of chambers in both
jurisdictions. The chambers
have been asked to help in the
fundraising effort. Already, the
Greater Brandon Chamber of
Commerce has sent a letter
from DuBay to its members
asking for their support.
"No kid is going to be told
he or she can't go because
they don't have the money, as
long as they're active partici-
pants in any fundraising
efforts," Buckingham said,
recognizing the hardship
$1,500 can cause a family, and
especially one of limited
means.
Band parents and their stu-
dents, ages 17 and older, earn
money in their accounts for
volunteering in concession
stands at Raymond James
Stadium during Tampa Bay
Buccaneers games. The band
recently held a yard sale in
Plant City to help raise funds
and plans a golf tournament
for Oct. 21 at the Blooming-
dale Golfers Club in Valrico.


And on Sept. 30, the march-
ing band and color guard will
participate in a Rehearse-A-
Thon from 1 to 8 p.m., for
which they are seeking spon-
sors. The sponsors can donate
a flat-rate for the day's prac-
tice or promise a defined
amount for each hour the stu-
dent participates.
"One hundred percent of
what they raise goes into each
student's account," Bucking-
ham said, making a plug for
area businesses to sign up to
help as well.
"The Durant High School
Cougar Pride marching band
is representing our county,"
she said. "They're going to go
out to Phoenix and people
from all over the country will
watch these kids from Bran-
don, Plant City and Hills-
borough County perform, and
that's pretty impressive for
our community."
This year's program is Leon-
ard Bernstein's "On the Water-
front," and it can be seen at
both home and away football
games. "It's an extremely chal-
lenging program," DuBay said.
"It's upbeat, fast and show-
cases a lot of technique."
Durant plays at home Sept.
22 against George Jenkins
High School from Lakeland.
On Oct. 6, the Cougars face the

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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
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659-2600
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
tllen (Impel. 1109 L. (aura St.
"52-.'89
Stount Olhe. 1113 I SIadison 1
ifount Oli e: lorton Rd. '3". 2628
APOSTOLIC
.Lanmblea lpostolia:
15Ill (olson Rd. "J".3496
iptosolic (hurrh of.le us (ni-ri-l
1212 II Renwuold. ".-5130
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
.Ibundant life. Pinem-rest Rd.
lilhia. 685-4240
Belthan: 9804 Harneir Rd
Fhoinoosassa. 986-5"-1
(alan fellou'shblp.
1110 A. Go6on St., 752-5005
(hr/ltian life 1sni'mbl,:
3120 5. Stiller Rd.. 65"' 802
Dover first R i5"' Pettie Rd.
689-03-3
Failh leinple. I- 4 at HilLbomroughPolk
(ounh line. "52-0532
faith lighthouse:
3iJ95R395\. 52.1885i
lirs Plant (ih:
(uliare Griffin Rd.
So SiR.;9 5. "52.3351
fort tlnjWa. (orner o Soiluth Ha' 39
6 Siill/er Rd. "J" 4650
Aerstille. SR 6-. "3"' 40.5
.Mfount lion.
I 4 l ldmnoilowssai Rd., '52-1614
Pleasint 6rotie:
Tirkeil (reek Rdil. 3'3529
I it/-orn' foINhii (enter.
(ouill line itd. "i-4- AS9
i dn i- 5sdner Rd. 170 Imi. F
of /5dne -Dorer Rd. 6 590532
finker (reek-
lInkert' reek Rd. "54 53'2
8APTIST
t-ai a furakei (reek Rd.
\. fR i O. "3. ;" 39
Ill~ai Baptist- 222. Iiafia b hirnh Rd.
63.8-M45
.inlioch. Horton Ril. 3"' 3240
Berea. SR f9 5. '3" 1232
Retimani: (ork Rd. "52.9209
Bethel: 81) 4 U. RenJro i. "51-. 239
Heinlat Allen I (nunl\ line Rd.
lilhin. "5'. 1-22
Hilhle: (harlie Griffin Rd.

Burcihnood temple. [t lid Dr &
SR i5'. '"i52.".2
(altarm free iUill.
.539 rraiplnell Rd I
Iedar 6.m e: i. Ies ntille Rd.
"/'. 123i
senlr/i nf i/hiia.
Pinm-rest Kei tille Rd
thumrh on lhe1 R/ock:
30JI lsolrnok, "52 3"4
(nmumnih (risltian:
1310.1. Shannon .Ire, 54-5383
crossroads: SR7 39 S. Pineereit.
3"--1211
tounin side Baplist (hunh,r
13322 .idnet Rd. 5'"1.5200
Doter First: \. Galtagher Rd.
659-0203
[astside: 1318 1. (alhoun 51t.
"54-2681
Fast flamolsan:sa: Iliuloshl
i. Knights-Grlfin Rd, 9s6-4346
Faith Temple Primilthe:
808 i4. ashinglon St. "5.46661
first Baptist amircb ofllidnai':
.11/duwa Rd. 52-"'209
First Baptist ltlha:
intersectionof SR 39 &
lithia Pinecrest Rd. "3'.1121
First Plant (It"-
503 \. Palmer. '"5241H
First Thonotosassa .lissimonar:
.lcinloih Rd. 986. '5
Harmonv Baptist thunrh:
6008 U. nOights (,rifin Rd. 986-'165
IHopei'ea'er. 56'"5548
Ilopenill. SR 39 S. "3'-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hal'.
52- 49"2


lehawoin B'andic lutr, Rd.
"i2 260t,6
lone Oak. Inne (iak Rd. '"4-52-8
MIount storiah Ifren ill
Ilarnren 5.Ijolmsion "54-439-
lfount .lforiah freewill.
21-2 ol.on Rd. "3. 149011
.ilountl li ev: 6104 i Ball 51.

1eu Hope Freenill
Bapitl huntr
3/01 5,tdoj in er Rd.. Doer
eu lill. ionm Freeu ill:
041 l hnlels Rd.. "52 3985
,orthide.
i"of A. franklin 51. '52."'--9
Oakuod. Airport Rd. "52-5499
Plant (ih' Primiti e:
509 V. Eemrs St. "54-3261
Pleasant ,roie first:
lurker freek Rd. '3'.2556
Shilob Bapit l (burch:
905 if. Terrace Dr. 54-"4-H5
springheadL 5. Ifiggis Road.
-51.48'9
51. luke .Iissiinam':
108 S. Iarnell St. '54- 4992
St. tanr s Ftreeill:
Hunter 6W imen S. 1"54-6853
St. .tart Illssionart:
180-i 5AJ. 60E.. '.3.3668
SI. .farn's (onmtiniti (laurth:
901 F. laura V. "54-1616
Iider,: 1510 re Rd. h059 .102
iTrke' freek (ommn nilh
Itaplisl (huInh:
54-" lurkeir (reek Rd.
81) -;." 1224
lnrker (reek firnl:
Trapnell Rd. "52. X90
I ktlon' .fisslonanl. ilaki Rd
ielicome' iaptist. HlIJ8 0 elih'iioi
(huri'l St. (813t "'"'.2288
Iestside: 2503 It. 6ranield.lire.
"i2.1450
Slitelhuirt Rd: 90.1l .1 hitelmust Rd.
'54-5405

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
/tile I union. 15510 (oun/h Rd 39
11th/i. 6 45i4
.:iatem P1inlltiiv
1+4-02 Salem htlhii/i Rld.. i.dnr-i

CATHOLIC
tr. element 1104 A. 4levander St.
"52 251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
\. i ilder Rd. 938%. V 9ihldr df.

fork: (ork Road. "52.1521
lanra SW: 1310 f. laura St.
-52.2858
Sdtirtheail. Viggins Rd, '.54-14 t

CHRISTIAN
I LI pDIE .:,1 1- hr'|I|I
First- 2108 I/oinoltosaia Rd.
'52-5385

CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
(orniertone Oristian.
Iflintosh Rd. i oj SR 5"4

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
,\ea (race: 1214 I i ura it

CHURCH OF GOD
iCleviy.irlJ Trnnri i
(alr ar' (rinminnitv.
5209 Smilh-Rrals Rd
Dorer: Donuiring St. 659-2900
Plant ( lih': 2103 ,tudlnke Rd. '52. 4591
[Urker I reek: furker I (eek Rd
at SR60f. "'"-1331
thonotosassa.
1'02A. aylor Rd, 986.1916

CHURCH OF GOD
iAridersori Ifidiria)
Kingsuma First: 2808 KAngsu'ayi ,..
seffner. 65'. '500
Plant (lvy: Grame Fellou ship
"I lsohnviok St. 361-8190
first: \. ordon and Baker t51.
-52 64h38
Gospel Fahernaile.. lien C. Iaaines.51


EPISCOPAL
V Petel .101 I are Sit.
"52. 5 61

FULL GOSPEL
D.tini (/nt/irh olfPlant (liY
1112 V. wheeler St.
/i 659-21-.l

HOLINESS
lhlireraue labernacl'e:
808 ITW G-rant it.
Refute ( hunrh of Our lord:
"26 If: Ball St.

INDEPENDENT
lull Gospel faberuarle
2311 ammondo Rd, "54-84.;3
Restoration .issembli:
1116 5. Eters 51.
Frr angelt.s forjesus lahermul ,
iR 5'4. E. oJ Doier. 659-0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
( a lta (bapel Plant (i:0t
1310 northh Shannon lie., 892.1,5110
(hristian tironIth enter-
13.10 .% Shannon. "19-2909
(oi enant Bible Churih:
1408F. romlin St. "5i--1 33
Deeper life fellowship:
gorilla Rd. WofJR39S..
Revi ua Onilreach Center-.
225 %. Dorer Rd. N1. 2250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kigdonm thdll.202 s. ihnhmiand.le.
"'2.3345

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
(/lirt h ollje.usi (rin\t LDS
1805 ,\. Park Rd. "'52.6 61

LUTHERAN
Hope fItS: 201 Park BIld, "5 2 422
lopd oflile il CI:
2111 M.It lake Rd. "52. 0064

NAZARENE
Plant (ih (Communiti
I hriie o tholhe \Sairene
2012 iitdlake'ROii. "'52'-""63

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
fuil GospeliFl elon hip:
i. I lin.he.
Full GoVpel Tabernn'le:
2J11 ,ianinuondsLRd "5S4-384.

Greater I foe (hristian (tenle".
Ing9 \ franklin St. "5.9-82'"
Impact lamily worship enterr
.I eets at Seflner leniuilanr
Si/ool. 65 '"914
Kaino. Inlertuational
(himh aojFlorida-
902 F. Renfo it. '"6-0929
Famupa Bible Fellon ship.
10201 E. IHillsboromngh.lt.e, "54-26"4
I nih (hrist church :
1911 \ Gordon St., 659-2h21
lounuin s Praise and Worship (enter.
I. 921

ORTHODOX
Holo Promtemt l rliniodoc t(hunch:
/.20 SIoore- lake Rd. Doiei: 659-0121

PENTECOSTAL
Greaher Heighti- Fnimti
Worship (enter:
3301 (lemons Rd. "54-"088
lit in enters foursquare
(Church: 602 5 fter- St. '59-0528
Neu Hope iWorship Center:
fi03 f. .itahonet SfI "'5 6123

PENTECOSTAL HOUNESS
Dorer: tIoore s lake & Holiness
Churrh Rd. 659-1301
Church of thf living God:
1102 fIler, St. '5-5840

PRESBYTERIAN
Eiangelikal Plant Clh:.
110i (harlie Griffin Rd., 59-9383
FInd Presbiterian Plant (it':
4fH I. Remnold Si. '"52-411


SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
lialk hill(h God 1lin./rr:
151461 5R5"4. Doner. 659.0930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant (lit: 2203 Straulerm Or.
"52-41694

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, INC
* S I/ Single. (gain hFelousblip .
[raiegeltm") I2011 outh Iiggfin. Rd..
" i 31224

SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: i)103.F Johnson Rd.
"51-5961

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
it. 5.ark I united (mhurh:
2914 lihina.Pinecrest Rd. ilrico,
685.0998

UNITED METHODIST
'ork: l4j15 W. SantI llen Rld.
'54-3;2.3
Dot er first: Ioone s lake Rd at
lethodimst (l hnrh Rd. 659-1415
Fir'H Plant (ili: 0 Meters SI.
5-4.519
;Iaice- 1801 E. 801 65. 659-3" h
iunset Hleights- Ualler Dr. "54-2-H1
_pri gin ad.' 205 Sparkman Rd.

it. luke: 809 t l'aua it. "5.-6051
i1honotosassa: Foil h.in H ilat
.iflilletoe Di.. 986 "135
Ihinitl Plant (ih,:
4021 lnHli/s >I. '52.9316

NJORD OF FAITH
rail, Iutreach I(hurch nl'Plant (In,
li( Plant (ihf (annpus
,l/ia R Ihnkle Building
0206 north h Park Rd., '"59.)2-"




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SEPTEMBER 21, 2006 THE COURIER 11


WOJLRSHIP


IN THE SPIRIT


The Rev. James Stewart:


Faith Lighthouse Church


James Stewart was called to
Faith Lighthouse Church in
2005. After moving around for
much of his career, he's
looking forward to putting
down roots. Much of Stew-
art's early life was spent
traveling with his dad, a well-
known gospel singer.
For more information on
Faith Lighthouse, 3409 Paul
Buchman Highway, call 752-
1885.
Q: Where are you from?
A: I was born in Pensacola
(1966), and raised on the
road. My father was singing
evangelist Jimmy Stewart. He
died from diabetes when he
was 42. He had seven differ-
ent albums and I grew up on
the road.
Q: What was his best
album?
"The best of Jimmy Stew-
art," issued in 1976. The way
he sang "How Great Thou
Art" ... that's the song he was
known for. He would belt it
out. He said, "I could sing this
hymn a thousand times."
Q: Where did you go to
school?


A: I was home schooled. In
2004, I1 earned my B.A. in
religion from Bethany
Divinity Seminary, Dothan,
Ala. I'm currently working on
my master's.
Q: Are you married?
A: I married Donna
Knowles in 1987. I don't know
where I'd be without her
today. We've been at each
other's side all the time. We
have a daughter, Jessica, 17.
Q: How were you called to
ministry?
A: When I was 13 1 knew.
We were traveling and I'd take
out Revelation and start
studying. I love to teach end-
times and Revelations. But I'd
seen a lot of what happens in
churches and I asked, "Are
you sure Lord?"
Q: So what did you do?
A: I went into the U.S. Air
Force and went on active duty
for 18 months, then the U.S.
Naval Reserve for 18 years. I
served as youth pastor in
Pensacola while going to
school and driving a city bus.
I went on to pastor in Mega-
rgel, Ala., then Bear Creek


near Panama City. We took a
break and I worked as a
painter in Dothan before
serving in Luvern outside
Montgomery, Ala., Bagdad,
Fla., and finally Fayetteville,
Tenn.
Q: What's the most
interesting reason you left a
church?
A: I found out you don't
move a piano little things
stir people up! Turns out
brother Jimmy Swaggart had
played on the piano back in
1964 and I stirred up a
hornets' nest. Doesn't mater
how bad it sounds, you don't
mess with that piano! A lot of
my experience came from
doing.
Q: Why Plant City?
A: In Tennessee my retinas
detached in both eyes over a
two-month period. I inter-
viewed here and they said,
"Pastor can we please pray for
you?" This church was
hurting pretty bad and I was
hurting pretty bad, so we were
a good fit.

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DEREK MAUL/Photo
The message of the church is fading, says the Rev. James Stewart
of Faith Lighthouse Church. "All you hear are cliches. You turn
on the TV and all you can hear is 'prosperity' preaching. It's like
making Jesus a genie in a bottle."


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DEATHS


Jaudon
Lonny H. Jaudon, 51, of
Seffner, and formerly of Plant
City, passed away Sept. 8.
He was active in his church,
Cornerstone Baptist and was
senior asset coordinator for
the Hillsborough County
Department of Public Works.
He is survived by his wife,
Lisa ; two sons, Joshua and
wife Christina, and Mark; one
daughter, Jolie ; his mother,
Helen McCallister Beckner;
two brothers, Larry and Tim;
and a sister, Leandra Euton.
Funeral services were held
Sept. 12 at First Baptist Church
of Dover, with interment at
Dover Cemetery.

Sims
Nicholas Gage Sims, infant
boy, died Sept. 5.
He was born in Lakeland.
He is survived by his parents,
Jacob and Nicole of Plant City;
paternal grandparents Dan
Sims and Kim Bross; maternal
grandparents Marty and
Yolanda Johnson; and great-
grandparents William A. and


Jennie Sims, Harold and Tiny
Johnson, and Betty Harrison.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Hughes
James E. Hughes, 60, of
Plant City died Sept. 5.
He was born in Cumming,
Ga., and was a longtime resi-
dent of Plant City.
He served in the U.S. Army,
and worked in sales and
service of batteries.
He is survived by his wife,
Betty; a son, Scott E. of Plant
City; two daughters, Michele
Sardin and Sherry Kilgore,
both of Plant City; two broth-
ers, Donard of Cumming and
Doug of Marianna; and six
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Colby
Gary S. Colby, 61, of Plant
City died Sept. 9.
He was born in New York
and was a truck driver.
He is survived by his loving
family.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.


McCoy
Elwood McCoy, 91, of Plant
City died Sept. 6.
He was born in Moultrie,
Ga., and was a farmer.
He attended Oakwood
Baptist Church.
He is survived by a son,
Michael of Plant City; and a
sister, Annie Johnson of Lake-
land.
Haught Funeral Home.

Anton
Joseph B. Anton, 56, of Plant
City died Sept. 8
He was born in Sandwich,
Mass., and was a U.S. Army
veteran of the Vietnam War,
serving in the Green Berets.
He was a truck mechanic
and a member of the Veterans
of Foreign Wars.
He is survived by his wife,
Cynthia; a son, Joe of Plant
City; a daughter, Crissy of
Plant City; a brother, Edward
of Massachusetts; two sisters,
Patricia Elliott of Massachu-


setts and Joan Craffey of New
Hampshire; and three grand-
children.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.

MacLeod
Robert MacLeod, 78, of
Plant City died Sept. 9.
He was born in Minneapolis
and as a teenager worked as a
fireman on Great Lakes ore
boats.
He served in the U.S. Army
for 35 years, retiring in 1980 as
a colonel.
He was a teacher and coach,
teaching in both Brainerd,
Minn., and Moorhead State
University before serving
Moorhead State as graduate
dean in physical education,
registrar and vice president of
personnel services. He came
to Plant City in 1987 and
maintained a summer home
in Minnesota.
He is survived by his wife,
Millie; a son, Robert B. of
Austin, Texas; two daughters,
Barbara of Delaware, Ohio,
and Mary Huntington of Lake-
land; and four grandchildren.
Korsmo Funeral Service,
Moorhead, Minn.


If you would like to submit an item to The Courier, email it to kbrady@mediageneral.com.


OFFERINGS

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 runs from 7 to 9
p.m. for six consecutive Thurs-
day evenings.
According to a church
release, the program "will pro-
vide an opportunity for you to
share your concerns and
answer any questions you may
have about the Catholic faith.
We want you to know that we
miss you and want to help you
to reconcile your differences
with the Church."
Call: 752-8251.

Spiritual Leadership
Conference
A Spiritual Leadership Con-
ference sponsored by Shiloh
Baptist Association and Some-
body Cares Plant City is sched-
uled 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
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SEPTEMBER 21, 2006 THE COURIER 13


Amanda Marie Newsome and
Bradley Nolan Hill.
Newsome-Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reed of
Richmond, Va., formerly of
Plant City, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Newsome of Plant City
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Amanda
Marie Newsome, to Bradley
Nolan Hill, son of Mrs. Judy
Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Hill, all of Portland, Ore.
An April 2007 wedding is
planned at the Ancient City
Baptist Church in St. Augus-
tine.
The bride-elect's grand-
parents are Mrs. Golda
Tatman and the late Andrew
Tatman of Dayton, Ohio, and
the late Mr. and Mrs. A.M.
Newsome of Plant City. Her
grandparents are also Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Reed of Dover
and Mrs. Edith Bone of Plant
City.
The prospective groom's
grandparents are Mrs. Aggie
Yoder of Springfield, Ore.,
and Mrs. Leola Hill and the
late Dick Hill of Austin,
Texas.
Amanda is a 1999 honors
graduate of Plant City High
School. She earned her
bachelor's degree in business
administration at Flagler
College and her master's of
business administration at
the University of North Flor-
ida. She is employed by PHH
Mortgage in Jacksonville.
Brad is a graduate of West-
view High School in Portland
and is serving in the U.S.
Navy, stationed at Naval Air
Station Jacksonville.
The couple became
engaged in June atop the
Space Needle in Seattle.


Healthylesttyle Screenings



Support Group
For more information or to enroll,
call Lisa Finley at (81 3) 757-8202.
October 3
November 7
5-6pm
2 South Classroom
Cost: Free

Free Blood Pressure Checks
No appointments necessary.
Every Ti *.i. 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby

Bereaved Parents
Support Group
Bereaved Parents of the USA will host
a support group iiw1ctin' 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's Health Fair

The day will feature free health
screenings, fun activities and lots of
helpful infiormaftion- for parents

Satusdy, ,October 7

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No fasting required.
No appointment necessary.
4th Tuesday of every month
2-3pm
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Cost: $15

Basic Life Support for
Healthcare Providers
Recertification Only
November 4; 9-11:30amt
New Certification Only
October 2, December 4; 6-1 Opm
Community Conference Room
Cost: $35 (includes book and card)
Must register to attend, Pre-payment required.





Breastfeeding
Gain confidence with breastfeeding.
This education and support class
will help, whether you are .urrlti..,
breastfeeding or planning to breastfeed.
Must register to attend.
{,i '.rit,, 10 participants)
September 25
November 27
7-9pm
Administration Conference Room
Cost: Free


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.
Classes are held once a week on
Tuesday. Must register to attend.

(Maximum 8 couples)
October 16 November 27
7-9pm
Administration Conference Room
Cost: Free


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Anna Lopez and Donald
Hodges Jr.
Lopez-Hodges
Russell and Miriam
Hodges of Dover announce
the engagement of their son,
Donald R. Hodges Jr., to
Anna D. Lopez. She is the
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Stop by to see all the new products
Gift Shop hours,
Monday -,- Saturday., 9am--Spm
Sunday., I-4:30pm
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POLICE SAY SHE USED
WEB SITE TO SOLICIT
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
A Plant City woman used
the Internet to run a prostitu-
tion service from her apart-
ment, police say.
Karen Stanney, 39, of 1225
Townsgate Drive, Apt. 4, was
arrested Sept. 25 at 3 p.m. after
an undercover Plant City
policeman went to her
address.
Stanney was charged with
misdemeanor prostitution
and released on her own
recognizance, said police
Capt. Carl Lane.
Street crimes Sgt. Steven
Singletary said police were
given a tip that Stanney was
advertising as a prostitute on a
popular Internet service.
Police then visited the Web


site, contacted the phone
number listed on the page and
made an appointment with
Stanney at her Plant City
home.
"We had an officer wired for
video and audio and sent him
to the room at about 3 p.m.,"
Singletary said. "Once we had
enough evidence to make the
case we made the arrest."
Police had wanted to exam-
ine Stanney's computer, but a
request to the Hillsborough
County State Attorney's Office
for a search warrant was
turned down.
Assistant State Attorney
Wayne Chalu, the chief of
white collar economic crime
unit, ruled there wasn't suffi-
cient evidence to allow the
search, said Pam Bondi, an
assistant state attorney.
Stanney's court date is set
for Oct. 23 at the Plant City
Courthouse, Singletary said.


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OFFERINGS
Continued From Page 12
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: 752-8345 or 754-7445.

One stroke painting
The Women's Ministry of
First Baptist Church of Bran-
don plans a three-month
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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-
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First Baptist offerings
The following events will be
offered by First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Friday at 9 a.m. and
Sunday at 4 p.m., the Ladies
Ministry holds a Beth Moore
Bible study titled "To Live Is
Christ." This is an in-depth
study of the life and ministry
of Paul. Open to all women in
the community.
+ Men's study and prayer
group meets Mondays at 7
a.m. at BuddyFreddys.
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Parenting support group
The Most Holy Mother of
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support group the last Tuesday
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. beginning Sept. 26. The class
includes first aid and safety tips
for parents.
Call: 659-0123.


Faith Family Outreach Church
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Church of Plant City, a multicul-
tural word-based faith ministry,
offers worship services on Sun-
days at 10 a.m. at the John R.
Trinkle Center at Hillsborough
Community College, 1206 North
Park Road Information: 759-
9273 or www.ffocpc.com.

Christian preschool
accepting 1-year-olds
Private Christian Preschool
recently extended its age limit
for students to 1-year-olds.
The school offers a Christian
preschool program for chil-
dren ages 1 to 4 at First Pres-
byterian Learning Center, 404
W. Reynolds St.
Call: 752-6874.


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City Building Official, Wife Continue Recovery


Photo courtesy of Plant City Chamber of Commerce

Lark Photo in frame
Plant City Chamber of Commerce members and staff from Lark
Photo and Framing recently gathered to cut the ribbon at the new
business at 1912 James L. Redman Parkway. Mark and Lucy Schultz
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BOATING ACCIDENT VICTIMS
REMAIN IN INTENSIVE CARE
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Business continues as usual but the
hearts, minds and prayers of many of city
workers go out to the family of Jesse and
Brenda Carr.
Jesse Carr, the city building .official,
responsible for building inspections and
code enforcement staffs for the city, and
his wife Brenda, both 51, were severely
injured in a Sept. 14 boating accident on
the Suwannee River just northwest of Gai-
nesville.
City finance director Martin Wisgerhof,
who has worked with Carr for the city
since 1988, visited Shands Hospital in
Gainesville on the day the accident hap-
pened. He returned to Gainesville this
past weekend to support the Carr family
and friends as they wait for more definite
signs of improvement.
"The last I heard," Wisgerhof said on
Tuesday morning, "Jesse and Brenda are
both in intensive care, in serious but
stable condition."
Initially, Jesse Carr, who was piloting
his power boat when it slammed into pil-
ings on the river, was not confined to
intensive care. His wife was thought to
have the most severe injuries, involving
her right arm and hip. His injuries, involv-
ing his hip and pelvis area, and lacerations


soon prompted a move into intensive
care.
"The family would prefer not to dwell
on the specific injuries," Wisgerhof said.
"They are both badly banged up. But
Shands is the finest hospital around and
they are getting the best care possible.
Many friends have made calls to the
hospital or made the trip to Gainesville.
But the recovery is going to take time."
Christy Carr, the couple's daughter, is a
teacher at Stonewall Jackson Elementary
School in Plant City.
Ray Proctor, the second in command in
the building department, will cover for
Carr until he returns to duty, said City
Manager David Sollenberger.
"We were all devastated when we
learned of the accident," Sollenberger
said. "There are lots of friends and
coworkers praying for Jesse and Brenda.
Ray Proctor has been working with Jesse
for 10 years. Ray has a good common
sense approach to the job. He has a good
staff working with him and we see no
problems as we look forward to Jesse's
return."
Dennis Sweeney, a code enforcement
inspector expects business as usual in his
department.
"All we can do is pray for a sound recov-
ery by Jesse and Brenda," Sweeney said.
"We are a family here. We will do what
needs to be done to get the job done. Ray
is staying in close touch with the situation
in Gainesville. The best thing for us to do
is take care of business."




18 THE COURIER SEPTEMBER 21, 2006


INSURANCE


INFORMATION


BY STACIE SCHAIBLE
A good homeowner's (or renter's)
insurance policy is critical.
Discuss the following with your
insurance representative:
* Most homes in Florida have a
special deductible for hurricane
damage. Ask about your policy
and potential out-of-pocket
cost.
* Prepare a complete home
inventory with photos.
Videotape if possible and store
in a safe-deposit box.


* Does your policy cover the
actual cash value (replacement
cost, less depreciation) or
replacement costs?
* Do you need insurance riders on
special items?
* Is a windstorm insurance policy
required?
* Do you need flood insurance?
FLOOD INSURANCE
* Standard homeowner's policies
do not cover flood damage,
liurnlic'lie
* Floud inuranj'dl ic .j 'ulahlt- tO
.dIl tid-lJrt ti dll palCiip 'Iing_
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half of your home is damaged
and is not built to current
standards, it will have to be
elevated and retrofitted.
* Permits for any type of
construction or reconstruction
in the floodplain are required.
FILING A CLAIM
* Notify your insurance agent as
soon as possible and have your
policy number on hand.
* Ask when you can expect an
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CONSUMER

PROTECTION
BY VICTORIA LIM
Repairing your home after a disaster can be stressful. Here are a few
ways to help protect yourself from unlicensed contractors and con artists:
Be extremely cautious of anyone coming to your home uninvited
and offering to do home repairs.
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hosts the fifth annual West Coast Marching
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bands, DuBay said. Durant, as the host school,
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everybody, and especially cover for those kids
who can't afford it," he said.
For information on the golf tournament, call
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chief and possession of methamphetamine, a
police spokesman said.
Metropolitan Ministries short of food
Metropolitan Ministries, one ofHillsborough
County's largest charities, is facing a food
shortage. The group is asking the community
for food and financial donations, as well as vol-
unteers who can give their time.
Volunteers are needed to help sort and pack
donated food into food boxes, and distribute
the boxes to families being helped by the
organization.
Food items reaching critical levels include:
canned fruit, canned meat, canned vegetables,
Jell-O or pudding, peanut butter, macaroni
and cheese, cereal or breakfast bars and rice.

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Sandra Lopez of Homestead.
The bride-elect is a graduate of Florida State
University.
The prospective groom is a graduate of the
University of Florida.
A March 10, 2007 wedding is planned at the
cathedral of the Incarnation Anglican Church
in Orlando.


Maddox- Dixon
Ilene Maddox of Plant City announces the
engagement of her daughter, Heather Nicole
Maddox, to Jeremy Reid Dixon. He is the son ol
Jerry and Patty Dixon of Lakeland.
The bride-elect is a graduate of Plant City
High School and Keiser College.
The prospective groom is a graduate of Kath-
leen High School.


"We are in desperate need of donations" said
Christine Long, senior director of programs. "If
we do not have an influx of donations to keep
up with the need, we may be forced to turn
away struggling families in our own backyard."
Donations can be dropped off at the Minis-
tries donation center, 2101 N. Florida Ave. in
Tampa, Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m.
to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
Financial donations can also be made via
Visa and MasterCard card on-line at
www.metromin.org or by calling 209-1000.
Checks can be mailed to Metropolitan Minis-
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Court asking him to be forced to buy our Property
from us at 80% Per Cent of what he have appraised it
at. I think he is Way out of line. I don't think he should
be in our Property Appraiser office. Some of you at-
torneys out there do have the know how to get ROB
TURNER out of our Property Appraiser's office. As I
for one sure want him out. I am going to ask for a Jur-
ror Trial when we go to Court I know it will cost me.
But I don't think he should be our Just Property ap-
praisers example. My Property in 05 last year was ap-
praised at 16,280 dollars this year he have appraised
it at 35,017 dollars that is over doubled. Lets do what
ever it takes to get him out. Our people cant afford
him on raising our Property Value Taxes (once again I
can't say it enough. Get ROB TURNER OUT.

Thank you
Leamon Harris

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to my opinion.


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Q: What's your vision now?
A: That people come to
know Christ. The message of
the church is fading. All you
hear are cliches. You turn on
the TV and all you can hear is
"prosperity" preaching. It's
like making Jesus a genie in a
bottle: "I want this today,
God, get me this."
Q: What's your message?
A: Two words: Jesus saves.
You don't see it today because
it doesn't attract people. But
the rest will fail; money
doesn't make you happy.
Jesus is the chief cornerstone
and we are living stones. The
definition begins with Jesus.
Q: What would people find
here?
A: A friendly and a loving
atmosphere. People go out of
their way to get to know you.
If you want a church where
you can learn about God and
grow in Christ, this is that
church.
Q: Do you sing?
A: A lot like my dad. I have
all my dad's old sound tracks


that he used. I played the
drums for my father in the
band; I learned when I was 8
years old. We're looking for a
drummer right now if you've
got a little space in your
column!
. Q: What's your favorite
hymn?
A: I have a lot. "Everybody
Will Be Happy Over There,"
"Amazing Grace" and "Halle-
lujah, I'm Going Home."
Q: Who plays the best
Christian music?
A: I'd have to say Casting
Crowns.
Q: What are you reading?
A: I read a lot. I love books
by John Hagee, "Jerusalem
Countdown," and David
Jeremiah, "Life Wide Open."
Q: Where is the Bible speak-
ing to you?
A: Galatians 1: "I am
astonished that you are so
quickly deserting the one who
called you by the grace of
Christ and are turning to a
different gospel which is
really no gospel at all." That's
been on my heart.

Q: Who's your Bible hero?


A: Moses. Because of the
courage it took for him to do
what he did. God called him
the meekest man on earth.
Q: Do you watch TV?
A: There's nothing really
on. But my wife and I love to
watch "M.A.S.H."

Q: What do you do for fun?
A: I love golfing. The church
at Fayetteville gave me a set of
clubs. We love to walk around
Ybor City, the mall and get ice
cream. We love watching
people now that's fun you
can get a lot of laughs watch-
ing people. We also have a lot
of fun going to Disney World.

Q: Do you like Plant City?
A: Even if I didn't pastor
here I wouldn't move away.
This is the perfect-sized city
for me. Everything I could
ever want. Plus I've been up
in the cold. I don't really like
cold. It was brutal.
Derek Maul

Do you have someone you
would like to see us profile in
this column? Call Derek
Maul at 245-2304 or e-mail
him at derekmaul@gmai-
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Road to Recovery
seeks volunteers
Volunteers are needed for
the American Cancer Society's
Road to Recovery program in
Plant City.
It is a volunteer-based
transportation program that
helps people get to and from
their cancer treatments if they
have no other form of trans-
portation.
Volunteers must have a car
and be available for a few
weekday hours per month,
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Call: 685-0670, Ext. 115.

Car safety seat checks
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seat checks Friday and Satur-
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The checks are by appoint-
ment only.
Call: 754-4444.

Meals on Wheels
seeks volunteers
Meals on Wheels of Plant
City seeks volunteers to deliver
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
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.


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Cougars Present



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By DAREK SHARP
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With a loaded-up district
schedule looming, the Durant
offense is going to have to be
ready to produce some points.
And the Cougars are working
on becoming as diverse as
possible.
Last week provided the
Cougars a chance to get some
extra work in on the passing
game, and expect more of the
same Friday night when
Durant hosts George Jenkins.
"I'm more of a run guy, but
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more," said Cougar head
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ring to offensive coordinator
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domineering as I used to be
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run."
Last week against Bloo-
mingdale, the Cougars were
able to pass with great effi-
ciency; ironically, it was the
lack of a consistent run game
that stood out. Durant still
won, 17-7, but the Cougars did
not score in the second half.
"We weren't able to put the


game away like we wanted to,"
Gottman said. "We have to do
a better job of clock manage-
ment. The opportunities were
there to just run it, run out the
clock, and we couldn't."
But quarterback Jeremy
Fussell was very sharp, com-
pleting nine of his 14 pass
attempts for 102 yards and a
couple of touchdowns. He
found Taylor Gammill for a
12-yard score and later threw
to Damon Kolanoski for the
last touchdown of the game.
Gammill had three recep-
tions as did tight end Royce
Rose. Running back Kevin
Gainer had a couple of grabs
as well.
By the looks of it, Durant,
now 2-2, should be able to
have another good offensive
night against Jenkins. Thus
far, the Eagles are 0-4 and,
until a rain-marred contest
last week, had not allowed
fewer than 33 points in a
game. Lake Region beat Jen-
kins 17-0.
On the offensive side of the
ball, Jenkins has had its pob-
lems also a 35-7 loss to
Winter Haven was the only
game in which the Eagles have
scored.
"I don't think they're as bad
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Making Waves


Well, they wanted to see
how they stacked up against
the big boys. That's exactly
what Plant City's very good
boys golf team got last week.
And the answer was, frankly,
about what they expected.
Going up against Lakeland
and Bloomingdale in a tri-
meet at Walden Lake, the
Raiders were bested by more
than 15 shots by both teams.
Plant City will see both again
at the district tournament a
month from now.
Back against "normal"
competition, actually a
pretty decent East Bay club,
the Raiders won by six shots
on Monday. Chad Ballan-
tyne led the way with an
even-par 36.
Also Monday, the Durant
girls golf team won, keeping
its perfect season going at 9-
0.
Speaking of perfect, it's
been that way so far for
Durant cross country runner
Kevin Jones, who had a
pretty good week.
First, Jones cruised to
victory Tuesday in the
Raider Invitational, and then
he won on a much bigger
stage. Jones' biggest victory
came Saturday morning in
Brandon at the Don Bishop


DAREK
SHARP


Invitational, where a time of
16:55 was good for a 15-
second margin.
A total of 16 schools
competed, with Durant also
putting Khemaron Kelly in
the top 10 overall and
netting a fifth-place team
finish. Plant City's girls
finished eighth out of 12
schools.
Last week, Plant City was
second at the Raider Invita-
tional, with Terra Hutcheson
coming in fifth. Four News-
ome runners comprised the
top four spots. Obviously,
Newsome was the meet
winner.
Have you noticed what
Ean Randolph has been
See SHARP, Page 24


Raiders Seek 1st Win Of Football Season


TRAVEL TO NEWSOME
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
Newsome is far from a
pushover, but the Plant City
Raiders are very excited about
playing the Wolves.
"I'm just glad we're not
facing a top-10 team this
week," said Plant City head
coach Kevin Kelley.
While, technically, Wharton
is not in the state rankings, the
sentiment is well understood.
Wharton marked the start of
an arduous three-game
stretch where the Raiders


would then faced Armwood
and, last Friday, 10th-ranked
Class 5A team Lake Gibson.
The Raiders lost 34-7 to fall to
0-4 on the season.
So a meeting with News-
ome is a welcome spot on the
schedule. Newsome is 1-3 and
found itself with a similar situ-
ation to Plant City.
"They're like us; they've had
some tough teams on their
schedule," Kelley said. "But
that's a good team, with a
really nice offensive line."
Newsome's lone victory
was a shutout of Brandon,
though it came when Eagles
star running back Mike Brown


was still being disciplined and
only received three carries.
The Wolves won that game 29-
0.
The three teams that beat
Newsome Hillsborough, Riv-
erview and East Bay are a
combined 9-2.
Last week, Hillsborough
defeated the Wolves 35-7, but
the game was tied 7-7 at the
half. Newsome only gained 22
yards after the break.
In the same fashion, Plant
City started well against Lake
Gibson but wore down as the
game progressed. The Braves'
lead was just 7-0 until right
See RAIDERS, Page 24




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COUGARS
Continued From Page 23
as you would think, but they
have struggled offensively,"
Gottman said. Jenkins has had
several chances to score, and
had a 26-yard touchdown
called back last week due to a
penalty.
After Jenkins, the quality of
the opposition ramps up sig-
nificantly. First, it's a trip to
Sarasota for the Cougars' first
taste of district action. Later,
Riverview and Sarasota River-
view are the opponents.
Web site lazindex.com,
which ranks all of the state's
high school teams regardless
of classification, has all three
teams listed in the top 27.


"The second half is very tough,

and the No. I thing we have to

do is to clean up the mistakes we

make."
MIKE GOTTMAN
Durant football head coach


Somewhat surprisingly, River-
view is higher than both of the
Sarasota squads, at 13th over-
all.
"The second half is very
tough, and the No.1 thing we
have to do is to clean up the


mistakes we make," Gottman
said. "Things that are not
anything the other team is
doing to us. If the other team
beats you, then they beat you,
but we have to make the plays
that are there for us to make."


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before halftime, when they
added a second TD. Lake
Gibson put it away with three
scores in the third quarter, the
first two on runs by Bilal
Powell, who finished with 169
yards.
Plant City's Sirchauncy Hol-
loway, who had his best night
with 76 yards, provided the
Raiders' touchdown on a 2-
yard run.
"Offensively, we had a
couple of good drives in the
first half, and actually were
able to run on them with some
power," Kelley said. "We've
got to find a way to not stall
out at the 20 or 30 (yard
line)."
Helping with the offense
was the return of three injured
linemen. Michael Jett, Nathan
Jenkins and Steven Hancock
played together for the first
time this season.
"Those are three seniors.
They help up more than just
being on the field, too. Finally,

SHARP
Continued From Page 23
doing? If the name sounds
vaguely familiar, that's.
because it's been six years
now that he was at Durant.
Taking the long route,
Randolph has worked his
way to USF, where, as a
senior, he has been one of
the biggest contributors to a
3-0 start.
Randolph was part of a
wild contest two weekends
ago against FIU, where he
physically returned three
straight punts for touch-
downs, but only one of them
stood up. Then last week, in
USF's thrilling win over
University of Central Flor-
ida, it was Randolph who
caught the winning touch-
down pass.
Not bad for someone
whose standout athletic
career at Durant ended on a
sour note. Randolph was
kicked off the basketball
team for refusing to enter
the game off the bench
during a district final loss to
Haines City. Randolph, who
was also the football team's
star running back, was not
around during the playoffs


we're almost two deep across
the line. That unit is playing
better than it has all year,"
Kelley said.
From here on in, it's mostly
a tour of eastern Hillsborough
County for the Raiders. After
the Newsome meeting, it's
contests against Brandon,
Tampa Bay Tech, a trek south
to play district foe East Bay,
then an off week before finish-
ing against Bloomingdale and
Riverview.
The Brandon, East Bay and
Bloomingdale are all districts
games.
"We've just got to play ball,
cut out the mistakes," Kelley
said. "You look at the film and
we really don't look that bad.
We've just got to get over that
hump, and we hope it starts
this week."
Newsome is in its first year
under head coach Kenneth
Hiscock, a former Durant
player.


that year when the Cougars
reached the regional semifi-
nals (they have not been that
far since).
But to his credit, Randolph
admits his mistakes. In fact,
when interviewed by the
USF flagship radio station
WFLA after the FIU game, he
was asked why he didn't
come to a bigger school
sooner. Randolph said it was
because he had a poor
attitude in high school.
Obviously, he has grown
up over the years, which saw
him matriculate through tiny
Webber University before
transferring to USF. He was
actually there but did not
play last year.
Now, Randolph appears to
have made his mark at USF.
Joining him in that regard is
the other candidate for
most-exciting player in
Durant football history: Trae
Williams.
Last week, Williams, who
has fully made the transition
from running back to
cornerback, had two inter-
ceptions, giving him four for
the season.


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ROE-BY SL PRIME HUNTING PROP- STEELCASE 9000 Desks beautiful, playfu & WEpa Pr O R & Mares. Exc bloodlin es
ROLEX BUY SELL ERY 1260 acres DM-5 30x60. Single d. $275 Tickets pottytrained. AKC.2 M WELSH PembrokefeCorgi, HORSE marriage Co- & up Boar s ding EMPLOYMENT
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Circulation Sales Supervisor
Immediate openings in Brooksville, Spring Hill, Lakeland and West Pasc:o County for individuals
with supervisory and sales skills. Varied duties include contracting and motivating a sales team of
independent contractors. This position is responsible for generating new subscription sales, transporting
contractors and the safe operation of a company vehicle. Professional verbal/written communicallor
skills are required. Must be detail orierited/accurale and have the ability to work under goal and manage
budgets for volume and expenses.
Full benefits include 401k., vacation and sick days.
Interested applicants should send resume and salary requirements to The Tampa Tribune, altn: Doug
Miller, 1825 Collier Parkway. Lullz, FL 33549. e-mail to cir(ulationlobs@tampatrib.com (no attachments).
Please reference "Job Id #880 Sales Sup" in the subject line.



Outside Sales Supervisor
The Tampa Tribune is seeking candidates for the position of Outside Sales Supervisor The position
is responsible for day-to-day sales operations for our field sales program, including securing and
maintaining productive relationships with independent sales contractors, managing retailer rotations
and store-front locations, inventory control for approved premiums, and meeting sales objectives. The
Outside Sales Supervisor works under the direction of the Outside Sales Manager, based out of our Tampa
office.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate professional interpersonal skils, execute programs with
attention to detail manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment, and solve customer service
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 excellent career opportunity with The Tampa Tribune and the Media General Corporation..
We offer excellent growth opportunities, a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package to
include 401k, mediial/dental/vision insurance, life insurance, paid vacation and more.
Interested applicants should send resume and salary requirements to The Tampa Tribune, attn:
Kimberly Kelly, 202 S. Parker St., Tampa, FL 33606, e-mail to circulationjobs@tampatrib.com (no
attachments) please reference "Job Id #1088 Outside Sales Sup" in the subject line.





THE TAMPA TRIBUNE
LIFE. PRINTED DAILY


The Tampa Tribune is an equal Opportunity Employer.


If you are a motivated self-starter who is eager to learn,

you can earn big money selling newspaper subscriptions

door-to-door for The Tampa Tribune.



We want individuals who have great communication skills,

and want to make up to $500+ per week.



This is a perfect business opportunity for students and anyone

needing additional income. You must be 18 years of age or older.



For more information, call 813-TRIBUNE or 1-800-282-5588

or e-mail circulationjobs@tampatrib.com (no attachments).

Please reference "IC Crew" in the subject line

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"All sales solicitors are Independent Contractors,
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Out of State ) (Houses Unfurnished)) ((motor Homes / RVs)) ((Boat Slips / Storage) Vans J) ( Motorcycles J) ((Automobiles for Sale)) ((Automobiles for Sale))
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County in NC. Gran EFFICIENCIES $10/wk. Also above ground w/all ac- 813-920-1913. Fully Loaded, 22" Cus- raged. $6,500 ed seats w//asca Ithr, 25,200 miles, black with
rect Ocean Access. HOUSES for rent, cessories. $600. OBO. ,,,.. $31,00 816-926-0779 ways garaged, exc cond $23,000. 813-545-6390
Preconstruction incen- furn/unfurnished, wkl/ 813-759-1739 ( Boats Wanted $31,000 81-926-0779 YAMAHA 2005 YZ-85 New $42,90ar(813) 888-5051 $23,000"813"545"6390
tives to call now. monthly. 813-217-5795 CHEVY 1999 Tahoe Black condition, ridden 5x. JAGUAR 1997 XJ6 L Beau-
www.thebluffsnc.com (Spanish: 813-774-4696) Boats Boat Donations Wanted 128k mi, good cond, Ad Never raced.$2,350obo BUICK 1997 Skylark, En- tiful maroon ext/an int,
(866)725-8337 Cape To Support Clearwater & TV. $7500. 813-907-2643 or gine needs some work, well maintained fully
Fear Bluffs, LLC Broker R Townhouses )1 15' 1994 FLING JET BOAT, Marine Aquarium, 813-494-2913 941-391-7235 112,000 miles Burgun- loaded, CD. $8,200
Western New Mexico 62 RRUNS & LOOKS GREAT Tax Deductible Web ID # 1852933 dy, Askin $2,600 obo Call 813-727-5825
acrestern N ex $110,990 Treesex 2 REALESTATE BRANDON Area TH 3 & 4 ENGINE REBUILT IN 2001 727-441-1790 X235 Golf CartS 8-300-344 JAGUAR 1999 Vanden
mtn views, wildlife, FOR RENT br, gated comm, pool. $2900 0R0. 813-991- ck B CADLLAC 1996 Sedan Plas (XJ8), 49k mi, full
close to BLM. Horse- 3 Close to 75 and major 6131 OR 813-695-4970 BAY Area Carts Deville, garaged, 67,800 loaded, traction control,
backriding, hiking, hunt- Apartments- sopping mall. 2 & 3 17'1988PROLINE CC, 110 FORD 1996 Explorer XLT Sales, Service, miles, blue/ eige, ex- 6 disc CD changer,
i story. From $1250 Call 9 r Pick'up and Delivery. cerient condition $6,800. $14,500 financing avail
tion, investment retire- Unfurnished Jj 813-363-1887 Loadmaster alum. trlr, extra clean new motor 863-737-5010 727-363-7041 813-879-3333, x 700
ment.n Electrcity E002%w863-307-0700 CHEVROLET 1998Mlibu
financing. Larger acre CARROLLWOOD 2 b r new tires, fish/ski/dive, w/warr. AI power, 1st -307-0700 CHEVROLET 1998 Malibu. ..
available. 866365: EFFICIENCIES $100/wk 2.Sba townhome, comm $3,000obo. 813-220-4852 $4900 813-310-7749 a uto, A/C, CD, l y
SHOUSES for rent course, great location, Boat; 2000 40hp Merc XLT, 3rd row seat, runs wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade $3500 JAGUAR 2002 XK8 con-
2A Shi 5 wlv for rent or optio o Miner;1Trembhph FORD arExdto GO CARTS 104,338 miles.
Wit essee's au575burn n to Marine Trailer. About TRANSPORTATION ret, 98,000 miles, artsall Call 813-784-8659 ve silver, w/blck top,
ful La kes & M mountain s, m o n t h. y. B ill 8 13 40 43857. 25 h rs us e. G reat m pg $10,500. 813-641-0824, e d .81 _3-64 5-4515CR usk in C Ea erS t a. slv r,hGrS atpse,
you su to find th (Spanish :813-774-4696) NEW Tampa brand new $6000 obo 813-831- 12 813-361-6025. CHEVY 1997 Cavalier LS tan thr, G alpine
perfect spot to call([WTmsabranir ." r rih;i' Loaded! Mint! 30k mi.
home. Call Nancy PLANT City 1 br, $525 toWnhome Multiple 19' 1998 Welicraft, 115hp Auto Engines / FORD 2000 Explore XLT t $31K obo 813-263-5714
Gaines, Gables &Gates month, no smokmg no unit avail. New deve Johnson, center console Auto Engines / Maroon, AM/FM. HONDA 2001 TRX-90 n.. K R 5 d
(865) 388-7703, pet 813-754-8685. ment, Immed availabii- iw/trailer, extra clean,-R Parts /.Misc. Cass CDS Pwr every Good9condition $ h. *, i r iii mw."
77 ee mdva / rP d5c ly Parts / Misc. Cass,CDPowr every Good condition. $800.1
465) 777-9191 MONTH FREEH dealer serviced, livethinSunroof, 63K miles. 8- 26 o r
www.nancygaines.com YBOR City Condos 813-732-2940/814-7535 well, rod holders, Ma- y Area Motor Works $8,000. 813-754-9285 941-391-7235 or3 k V ,tul. nI,lan,. *,
r Renttoown. Walktoen- TEMPLE Terrace sna- rineradioGPS, fishfind- BayAreaaMotor.Works $8,0 0. 813-754-9285 941-391-7235 L Cfick, 6 dui. i,;ia.-.'A
r certain. Garagelk t en- TEMPLE Terrace 1156 er dual battery, Engine rebuild & install FORD 2000 Explorer, Lim- YAMAHA 2005 Raptor t. ..
r001,1 crass ar R, nre O ,ownhourgeous e $10,500. 813-299-2290. Up to 3yr warranty ited, Like New Luxury 660R new condition, rid- CHEVY 2004 SSy r- LEXUS ?00 I'. 1
SRainreeDr. Gorgeous Auto/ Boat/ RV ony 47K Mi, All Power 6 c itior CHEVY 2004 SS M,,, XU ,:,. I
$1000.mo. 813-241-8888 2br,2ba,cg, hugemas- 19' Chaparral, 1992, 4.3L, 813-926-9994 optons incl Tow Pkg, $5e 5xboN 813907-2643 timidator, 23KleEm: nr ir ,n.D. .l r, 3
[ Condomin813-241- ter, pool & tennis 190 hp, Me'rcury1 I/O $ 91 -4or 94 1 3-91 72 6435 witr,2nub/bi .-, MIN. r. .
SCondominiums 75 305302-2384 Bowrider, seas 8, Engines & Transmissions $8,599.813-390-0044 or 941-391-7235 ty19 : .. '....
WBA na VALRICO Oak Valley 2b rbiminito SS prop s Used & Rebuilt -90 days FORD 2004 Expedition YAMAHA 2006 YFZ 450M pgH19,95Q,645. i3, L.S 20 X30o
BRANDON near X-way VALRICOlum trailer AM/M ra up to 3 yrs warr. M-F 9- Eddie Beaur, B ue/Tan, Limited Editionwith CHRYSLER LUS 2004 RX3
1 2/2.5, 2 Master suites 1.5 ba,.all appliances, dio, extras. Runs great. 5. Mea BB Installs Loaded, Ext Warranty extras Less than 20 corda Lia 0- mi. exc cond. leather,
MANUFATURID gated, great for house -water included, pool $4999. 813-973-3647. avail. 813-875-1500 transferable, $19,900 hours. $5500 O00 tins ..-.. n-r'ir )CD, sunroof beautiful
Mmates, 1500sf, scrn screened anal. RIMS22"Zennitis obo813907-5650 813-960-8972 new Tires & Front nd car! $29K. 81-545-8516
HOMES porch. $1150 sci water MO. + sa1c. & redoit 19' WELLCRAFT 1996 CC Rm S 2 n s$29K.1545-8516
mE + se50 &c credir 19^'^ WELLAFT 1996CC will it any Landover/ HONDA 2003 Pilot, 4WD, work, Resent Trany Svs,
/cable. 813-651-1518 check. 813-909-0893. 112hp Johnson, bikini andove
top, SS pro exc cond. Rangerover, chrome, auto, 4DR, seats 8, roo ((Automobiles Wanted)) Exc.6ond.in/out, LINCOLN 1998 CONTI-
I Mobile Homes )I HYDE PARK 406 Azeele, (n Waterfront Rentals $790 816-7000 150 obo 96. rack 6 yl ala CASH for a ny vehicle $2,750 obo 813-991-1957 NENTAL, low. miles,
i J 2br 2ba granite, mint, P a 7--0 4n Call (813) 230-6396. maint. $14,900. Tampa CASH for any vehicle CORVETTE 1978 2t sunroof, $4,000. firm.
NEARI-4 & 301-1,2 & 3 W/ des. 2 s tallup- APOLLO BEACH, Water- 20' 2003 Anler Walk Ar- (( Trailers-Tractors ) INFINITI 2005 FX35 mi day pckup. Free Tow A 6K 8 to 813-933-784839-3923
BRS. $120-$140 weekly nre $1450 or le ay front twnhse gated found, Honda 4 strokes, INFINIT 200 FX35 mus t sell Please Call good cond. Gray w/red
Some withutilities tion.813-283119350 or lease comm,3br2. a,2car fuel efficient, great for CAR hauler 2003 divo s t $4si00 below 813-966-3345 intSr.Cit.$14000 MAZDA 2004 RX8, 6sWpd
813-626-0820 ton. 28393 ext gar,100' boat dock, re- fish/dive. Pristine cond! Haulmark 8.5'x24' en- divorce 4 00 below Call 813-223-5405 Silver, Blk Lther W/Red
New 20074 bed 2 bath W r moled, necarpet/ $18,500 813-728-1622 closed, only used for Chris 941-204-9400. For CuarsTrucks & CORVETTE 2003 Coupe Warr't 30K Non Smok-
$808 per month 2ba 2cg, 1745 sf, 1 year tile, firepIc,oW/D. storage. Like new..F Yel
Including new, m W/D cabl $1800/mo8139670170 $6500 8139271414 Jeep 1994 Grand Chero- VansAn Pre n 1 sd peed er, $2 8e3-
(813) 759-2959/ phone scrn porch, pool kee LTD, 4x4, V8, Ithr Time CALL ME FIRST! miesL, loaded 3 1,0 83 -99-6
(813) 971-6953 www. Y clubhse.Avail'Now! (Tr s i D towpkIk727-505-3882 I$34,250. MAZDA 2005 6i, 16K
(8)971-$1200/mo. 813310-6282 22' 2004 Seanro Center (( Trucks Light Duty ) mes e iT,4e4, 18 7IM27-505-3882 '-MACUT9E 34250. MsD 2 w05w ll6
stewarthomesfla.com miles, rebIt trans & AC. CASH ON THE SPOT um sound w/CD all
ew 2Ba RAINTREE near USF, 2br console, 14 HP, John- DODGE 2000 RAM 1500 $4000 727-580-3886 Cars, Trycks, Vans DONATE YOUR CAR boat wwrcruise, mint cond!
95/Mo2 2ba on 1st floor, washer m 29 $ otor,500 On- uad Cab, silver,4WD, LEXUS 2004 RX330 1 Running Or Not or RV to hel children 12,400. (813) 319-3961.
y495/Mo re n ed s 24,500 OBO cyl cold A/C 110K mi owner, 25K leather Free Pick Up,24U/7Sg 2tRgXa)te) 9
Call for app't d r uded, $900 l813-68 4-62 exc'condition, $8,900. moonrmoof, 6 C N.S. 81c-4 /7-t08ing dia etes Tax
(813)971-6953 mo. w/$800 dep. No I" 890 monof6CDN. deductible and free tow. MERCEDES 2000 E430,
(813)759-2959www pets, good credit re- 22' Aquasport 222 1972 813-653-1754/434-5689 Immaculate!29,900 813-416-1082 ing Juvenile Diabetes 58k, bk, sportfactory
stewarthomesfla.com quired. 813-417-6227. center console wih d- FORD 1992 Raner Ton Call (941) 377-5758 CASH PAID For Cars thanks you. Please call airba, cdplyr. Asking
TAMPA PALM RECREATION be axe aluminum trail- V6, cold A/C, spd, NISSAN 1992 NX Running or Not! We'll 1-800-578-0408. $19,975. 72 481-7925
fManufacturedoHomes Bt l se&81-2-71. camper top, runs great $400 obo Must Sell come pick it up!
M anufactureksd H c&3$23 obo. al81-842- or tin Pa g a litSell!tl bit more! FORD 1994 Mustang 1994 MERCURY 1992 Grand
Sar bedrooms. Rent to own 23' Pennyan Tunnel Drive 2029. 1-800-749-8167 Call Rob at 813-610-1535 GT New Vortec S, trim Marquis Selling due to
LOTS FOR RENT! Move In spec up to 1/2 Campers / Travel po r fis oan FORD 1997 F150 Brand EXT 4124 CASH TODAY! blower, or or$1 n cKuc Ine wtt lo es, cldAn
LOTS FOR RENT! Move In your monthly rent ap- Campers/Travel reblt motor, float on tr3r new engine, needs NCASH TODAY! n 373 gears Ver $1OK iny70K 3 new tires clean
Special! Briarwood plied to ourpurchase. Trailers Yard ke t, ood cond new engine, needs NISSAN 2002 Pathfinder For Cars, Trucks & Vans perorm parts, Ver $3200 813-340,2662
Mobile Home COmM. C' 6- 8o 3-6I ao transmission work SE 40k miles, full pwr. Running OrNot. fast, $9500813-927-1414 OLDS 1994 Cutlass Con-
400oSityle Rd Com. Call 813-866-4000 $6000 83-68-9496 $2500 Immaculate condition! 813-770-8811
Plant Ci2ty. AlsRo 40Fr 2006 HERITAGE 4 23' SEARAY Weekender 813-781-8150 $13,4S0 000. Call FORD 2002 FOCUS ZX3 vertible, V6, auto, air,
Repossed homes for slide outs, washer, dry- 1987, v coed. FORD 1998 RANGER- 13-24-34/9a88-3557 HELP FIGHT mustsell $7254 or best tilt, cruise, stereo CD,
er, 2 ACs, awning, more. under 37 hrs. moving, Automatic, A/C, 1 own- NISSAN 2005 Xterra, CHILDREN'S offer. Call Larry at loaded red, A-1 $6500.
sale. 813-737-2110. APOLLO BEACH Brand Sleeps 6, will dver, must sell,$5600bo, 127K miles, $1,500. 15k own- NISSAN 2005 Xterra, CHILDREN'S me as new813-601-253 813-65-0062.
PLANT CITY, Country New, 4BRm, 3A, 3dCG, $27, 850obo 813.391.6248 813-814-1304 3-592666 or CANCER PORSCHE 2004Carrera
Wood @ The Meadows w/bonus rm, covered 813-659-2666 or yellow. $20 900 obo. CANCER PORSCHE 2004 Carrera
(Sr Park) Like New 200 an, lake, all appls, I BUYTRAVELTRAILERS, 24' Sea Ray 1977. Cabin 813-785-6393 13-383-5177. 376-9539 Please Ford 2004 Taurus, excel- Coupe, 11K mi, silver/
unfurnished 2br/2ba, blinds, lawncare ncl. 5TH WHEELS&' Cruiser. Good condition, FORD 2004 F150 FX4 DONATE door, V6, 43k miles, AC, $59. oboe13-87w3-056
MH living/dining area $1795 mo.813-789-2662 PARK MODELS great for fishing. In- 4WD 54L 47 18" TOYOTA 2003 Hihlander dPWoor, front air leags, day 813-287-0187 Eve
large lanai w/wmindows. CALL Dave ANYTIME cludes trailer. $8000 whlt', fo19. (3 V6 PW L CB PW, front ar bags,$
AC w/heat. W/ 12 X18 Hudson new 3br 2ba 2cg 813-713-3217 Call 813-264-4395 230-054. dan04f150@ V6 PW PL & S. Cast CARS $8700.941-378-9773. PORSCHE 2006 Carrera
worC 412X48 of- ho6e, Verandad'sfe-@ wfs, 74K, CD, Run brds, Trucks-Boats-RVs 4S Cab convertible, tri-
fice built 2006. $72,500 velopment, comm. pool TAMPA, 2005Gulfstream 27' Bayriner '94 Troph tampabay.rr.com Any Car An Condition GMC 2004 C5500 idums w5 lab newt50le,
Call H. 813-754-9444 or & park. Hwy 522 mi W Travel Trailer, 32' duct- with trailer, twin '9 FORD 2006 F10 XL Near- $12,850.352) 428-0774 No Rest rictions truck 8' sides, 9k mil pe ba
Cell 813-786-7389 of Vet's Hwy. all Bill edir sleeps 88900 175HPowhours,sleep Ne Only Motorcycles DEUCdiesel, $27,000 oo whls$91,00 813-54-7new 00mi
813-404-3857. 386-756-4547 or 6 T-top, Bass sinK with Trans, Ugraded FRmotorcycles TAEE PICKUP 813-235-3260
LAND 0 LAKES The 386-316-4677 xtras $15K 813-661-2087 Sound, Below Dr price! Am. Children's Soc TOYOTA 1997 Camry LE,
Groves. Brand new, r Campgrounds 45FT Sea Ray 450 Ex- $15,900 813-390-0044 1951 WHIZZER on Scwinn 800-714-3575 HONDA 1994 Accord auto, AC, $3780
3/2/2, on golf course, press Brigge, 2001 twin GMC 1999 Sierra SLE 99K 813-996-2744 wwwchildrens $800O Fully Loaded! 813-451-9510
S3for rent or option buy. BUFFALO HILLS CAMP- 430 Cummins Diesels, mi, reg cab, long bed, ww.iti r s for listing TOYOTA 1998 Camry LE,
SLoaded w/extras. Call GROUND SellinCdeed- 250hrs. Three state- all power auto, red BIG Dog 2004 Ridgeback, chaties.com 1-800-749-8167 beige 118,500 mi, clean,
Bill 813-404-3857. edcampsites. Located room layout w/ cherry w/gray int, mint cond 3000 miles, many up- Cash Paid for SUV's, ext C752 Ithr, cass/CD, new tires,
NbEWPT R3i4CHEY Hu7 i S.E.hies Lake eion t Generator, ac, $5995 813-300-0114 grades, silver on Trucks, Van's & cars. HONDA 1995 Odyse v e r5300 77oA ru667l013
-eautiful 3br37b6 2cg on Campsites forays lit radar,,loter, S,7-667-0013
COMMERCIAL corner lot, closet shop- as $60 a mth Lots of autopilot VH r 4-Wheel Drive ) 813-382-39 7. De en able ick up. rey, A/ ABS airbags, TOYOTA 2003 Prius
LeasREAL ESTATE-RENT option o amenities. 1-866685 base system, fresh bt- Ca813610787 power all. Sunroof, Hybrid silver, 60K mi,
REALESTATE -RENT u 1100/mo 6808 e-kept. & Antiques) 9 taschairs.Askin excellent condition.
$285,00 3 3-920-5643 Rubcion,'B k, 4x4 Ato, -,:,c $3700 obo. 813-792-000? 813-961-1060

[(Office Space Lease J NEW tampa, brand new (Motor Homes / RVs -935-0029 Vr Clean, ONLY 250VY 1982 Corvette HONDA 1998 Accord LX $14500
Mi'$26999obo CASH paid for junk om- CHEVY 1982 Corvette HONDA 1998 Accord LX
live oak ome,4br, 2.5 22' Rialta 22QD Several Storm Damaged 813-676-9990 torc We pay up toors Ed, exc cond, 4dr Sedan, Runs & TOYOTA 2006 SOLARA SE
PLANT CITY frame build- ba, 2500 sf appliances, Winnebago 2003 280 & Donated Boats. Will $20 0.cash for an ccle t-tos, 60K orig mi, runs Looks Great, Original Sport, auto, loaded,
ings, 3 offices, break ceramic tile, eat-in miles V6. Mini kitchen Buy& Sell. Call Mike TOYOTA 1986 SR5 P/U running or not. ine & rives exc. Moving Owner 120K mi, $,200 scde air bas 9K miles,
area, kitchen and bath kitch.,familyrmgar4WD, extcab, cold AC cycle.com727-247-8785 $10,900.727-433-1544 813-363-2301bowne 950.
675 total sf, parking, den tub, huge verana cloth interior awning 727-204-7988. 54W'demanualalgoodA7-246 -941
gatedsecui Ntyear -4 porc pao,aundry $39,900813-38-2865 ID#1851348 constereo, $400. HARLEY DAVIDSON 2003 FORD 1968 Mustang GT HONDA 2002 Civic black 77-546-91
7071426 waterfront, comm. 31' 2005 Feetwood Jy 813-436-1402 Anniv. custom V-Rod, Fastack J Code 18" 4door sedan, sunroof, TOYOTA 2007 Yaris 4 dr,
pool, clubhouse, gated boree, Ford tritan V10, rimB, too much to list, enl new Cod, rdso 61K miles, Looks great, 4 cyl, 5k miles, alarm,
PLANT CITY Industrial commother houses like new, 7366 mi, many ( Vans )) 825miles cost $1390sdm y ie
ParkOfficehacesforeCorvLakePalm vSac.$16K.727-455-1823 frnt end, Painless wir- runs great. $11,000 35 mpg, tinted win-
Park Office p ace for Co L(ake, Palm Cove extras. Must sell due to ac ing harness, new disc Call 833-886-398 dows. Brand New!
leu 50 to 30 00sq ft, $1n50 (813)866-8666 less, $70K. 714-5499 BOAT TRANSPORT CHEVY, 1999 Astro Van, 7 HONDA 1995 Nighthawk, brakes, body work HONDA 2002 CIVC EX- $14,500813-598-7992
incluRinConoerence 766-5573'/598-0883-5 Anywhere from passenger, dual air, 250 cc, $1000.odone, no time to finish. HONDAT2002 CIVIC EX
Room &Break Room. 841-8211. 35' Pursuit 20052 tv's vcr oridato Maine!! runsand looks great. 813-241-5086days or $d8kobo.o813-239-6942. 2dr, power win/drs, Thinking of having
Starting at $160. continentalhm@yahoo. rear camera. Nopets Call 508-264-2212. 5500 CASH ONLY. eves 813-933-1354 sunroof, 5 speed 41K aNowgarage saleto
Contacn Pierce Lackey coin non -smoker excellent 7544949TOYOTA 1974 Land- extra clean, 8mp Nwisagreattimeto
813-865-1191. THE u -lit 0 cruiser 74K mi, 2 dr au- $11,750. 863-559-3742. turn your unwanted items
GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO PLANT City 3/2/1 blk for $ 000813-926-1360 Boat Slips / Storage)J DODGE 1991 Ram Work HONDA 1998 excellent to transmission, 8 cylin- into cash. One call to our
mint cond, large yard 0 Van. Good engine, condition, runs excel- ders, 4WD New sfttop, HONDA 2003 ACCORD EX, Classified department
TAMPA Office Space w/ $1300mo +sec 752-1957 ISLAND Estates Yacht Great cond. $3800. lent. $4500 obo. new tires, winch& tow nav, V6 mint cond, 4dr exposes your ad to the
3000sf, plenty of park- PLANT City, Brandon, $299K eichert, Real- 813-833-2445 13-with 6 CD prem sound, hI 139-29 Wes
ing near all main roads Valrico, Riverview Ybor A cudd companion power blk Ithr seats, sil- even help you get started
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ies incl. 5118 N 56th St. $2,750mo. Prof. Prop Arrow, Clean Top of the Homes (727) 687-9980 SE, 84km, silver/grey, Shadow ACE 5100 ies could beours.We'v new Michelin tires, syr Kitfadl. of hepfur hints
Across from Net Park. Magi. 813-747-1128 -Line Fully Loaded You'll find value buys CarFax cert. Dealer exc cond $3995 got puppies, kittens 100K- mi transf. ext. and pricing stickers for
Call Jamie: www.pcprofessional w/Extras, New Trans. serviced, extra clean. (813)681-9849 and more. Check them warr $17,850. Call Sam you to use in your sale.
813-505-2495 626-0524 property.com $40,000 813-661-2087 advertised in Classifieds. $4450. 727-459-6508 out in Critter Corner. 727-612-9589 Classifieds gives you all




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