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WEDNESDAY,JULY 11, 2007-

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LITY, D)VEL, TURKEY CRLEK AND SU ROUNDING COM.MUN. i: iES
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Elvis Sighting
'A Plant City family
hauls in the fish
aboard a boat named
Elvis. See Betty Briggs'
column.
Page 3


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Mavis Cleveland, with daughter Marylyn Pitts, left, keeps a book she and her family have put together to tell the story of Mavis' hus-
band, Calvin Moon. They were married in August 1944, and Cpl. Moon was killed in Germany on April 2,1945.



Memories Remain


She Sacrifice s Honored


Decades ago, Calvin Moon left Plant City for World War II
and never returned. A Dutch family cares for his grave
among others to honor U.S. sacrifices in the war.
STORY, PAGE 10-


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A Time For
Celebration
July 4 in Plant City
included fireworks,
promotion of a new
Navy captain and a
landmark birthday.
See Plant City Update.
Page 6

Happy 100th
Cedar Grove Baptist
Church in the
Keysville area
celebrates a century of
service.
Page 18

A Better Way,
Plant City Will use a
$2.1 million grant to
create a traffic
control system.
Page 19


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Family Gets Hooked On Elvis OffBoca Grande


- PLANT CITY Three genera-
tions fished aboard Elvis re-
cently.
The Shuff family has gone
to Boca Grande since the late
1970s in Wayne Shuffs guide
boat. Ownership of Elvis has
been passed to son Tim. Fa-
ther and son were joined by
Shuffs wife Jany, Tim's wife,
Stephanie, and their children,
Hunter, 11, Holly, 9, and Cole,
5. Altogether, 20 fish were
caught, including trout, snook
and redfish. The surprise
catch of the day was a sand
shark caught by Cole.

Happy 50th
PLANT CITY Walden Lake
resident Cliff Gross thought he
was meeting a racquetball
buddy for lunch and instead
walked into a surprise birth-
day party at Maggianos in
Tampa given by his wife, Elis-
sa.
When Cliff and Elissa Gross
met in Finland, the only
American music they could
find that romantic day was by


Johnny Cash, so it was fitting
to have a musician performing
some of Cash's songs..
Ken and MarDee Bushman
and Johnnie and Melane Byrd
were among the Plant City
guests enjoying the food and
wishing Cliff Gross a happy
50th.
Film School Student
Home For A Visit
PLANT CITY Stephanie
Watkins was home recently
visiting parents Sally and Jim
Watkins.
She attends film school in
Los Angeles, where, out of


Mary Alice Hendricks, director
of Pregnancy Care Center,
attends the Tea of Significance
along with about 160 others.

thousands, she was one of 200
students admitted.
The big news is, one of
Stephanie's scripts has gotten
the attention of a major film-
maker.


Tim Shuff and son Cole, 5, show
off a fish during a recent fish-
ing trip in Boca Grande.

She is the granddaughter of
Ernestine and the late Jack
Deshong, who was principal of
Cork Elementary School for
many years. Jim Watkins is
with the Plant City Police
Department.
South lorida Baptist
Gets Recognition
PLANT CITY Congratula-
tions to South Florida Baptist
Hospital for recognition by


.Shuff family photos
Shuff and his son Hunter, 11,
had a good day fishing with the
family on board Elvis.

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Karen Kerr, patient services
director, and Bob Dexter,
quality improvement manag-
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Quahr for Excellence in the
Care of Patients in Area of
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Contued From ageraised more than $1,500 for
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in Orlando. nonprofit community sup-
ported center under the direc-
Open House Monday tion of Mary Alice Hendricks.
At Boys & Girls Club Katie Sharer coordinated a
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PLANT CITY The West Young Fashions and Accesso-
Plant City Boys & Girls Club ries Boutique.
will host an open house for a
new program, HYPE (Helping
Young People Excel), at 6:30 Take Your Best Shot
p.m. Monday. The program is
for children 10 and older, and PLANT CITY The Plant City
free food will be served. Moose Lodge 1668, 4753 State
For information, call club Road 574, will sponsor a $2
Director Sharon Moody at per shot turkey shoot at 1 p.m.
(813) 707-8490. Saturday.
Sg The turkey shoot will be
Pregnancy are Center followed by a spaghetti dinner
Enjoys Support At Tea that includes salad, garlic
bread and dessert for $5. For
PLANT CITY More than 160 information, call the lodge at
women attended the third (813) 752-5617.
annual Tea of Significance on
June 23 at Plant City Evan- Have a special eventyou would
gelical Presbyterian Church. like to see in this column? Send
Tables were decorated by items to gabylee@tampa
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Kathy's Katering provided The Tampa Tribune, 101 N.
traditional English tea sand- Wheeler St., Plant City FL 33563
wiches, scones, cookies and orfax to (813) 865-4441.


Share Your Neighborhood
Do you think your neighborhood is a great place to live?
If you would like to see it highlighted in these pages, tell
us a little about what makes your neighborhood special.
If you have photos that capture ascenic vista in your
neighborhood or a block party or other community get-
rogether, that's all the better. Contact bureau chief Dave
Nicholson at (813) 865-4432 or dnicholson
@'tampatrib.com. "


COMMUNITY
CALENDAR
Community Calendar is a listing of
community events.
Planning Ahead
THEATER PROGRAMS: Plant
-City Children's Theatre, 507
N. Wheeler St., offers the
following summer schedule:
Theater workshop: featur-
ing the musical "Grease"
from 7:45-8:45 p.m. Mon-
days and Tuesdays through
Aug. 14.
Classes through Aug. 14:
.Gym, 6-6:45 p.m. Monday;
summer dance, 6:45-7:45
p.m., dance combo, 6-6:45
p.m. and summer dance,
6:45-7:45 p.m. Tuesday.
Pickup is available. Cost is
$50 for one class or $75 for
two. (813) 752-1621 or (813)
752-1683.
LIBRARY PROGRAMS: Bruton
Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St., offers the
following programs:
Pet show: 10:30 a.m. July
19. All ages are invited, but
only children 5 to 12 can
enter an animal; registration
deadline is 6 p.m. Friday.
Fritzy Bros. One-Man
Circus: 10:30 a.m. July 26for
ages children 3 to 12.
For a complete schedule of
programs, call Bruton Memo-
rial Library at (813)-757-9215.
BON VOYAGE: FloorPlay
Social Dance will hold a
dance with a bon voyage
theme from 7-11 p.m. today
at Stardust Ballroom, 1405 S.
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THINGS TO DO


Things To Do is a list of some of
the most interesting upcoming
events. For a complete list of
Tampa Bay area events, see this
week's Friday Extra.


Thursday

Puppet Show For Kids
Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St., will offer
"The Magic Gourd" puppet
show at 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and
2:30 p.m. for children 3 to 12.
(813) 757-9215.

Here's Your Chance
Espress Yourself Coffee 101,
101 E. J. Arden Mays Blvd.,
offers open mike night from 7
to 10 p.m. (813) 659-0101.

Friday


Cage Wars
Fighters will duke it out in
at the World Fighting Champi-
onships cage wars.
The fights begin at 8 p.m. at
the Florida State Fairgrounds
Expo Hall, 4800 U.S. 301 N.
Tickets are $25 in advance or
$30 the day of the show.
Call (813) 287-8844 or visit
www.ticketmaster.com.

Roddy Reed Revisited
Florida Craftsmen is dis-
playing a Roddy Reed collec-
tion of pinch pot ceramics
through Sept. 14.
The opening reception is
from 6 to 9 p.m. and special
program will be from 3 to 5
p.m; by appointment at the
gallery, 501 Central Ave., St.
Petersburg. Call (727) 821-
7391.

Saturday


Anchors Aweigh
FloorPlay Social Dance will

See THINGS TO DO, Page 16 >-

Plant City
Courier & Tribune
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keeps readers informed about
what's going on in their communi-
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CALENDAR EVENTS AT cast members rehearse for the puppet play "The Magic Gourd."
I Shows for children ages 3 to 12 are set for 10 am., 11 a.m. and
plantity.tbo.com 2-30 p.m. Thursday at Bruton Memorial Library.


Lowry Park Zoo
Alex, left, and Ashley, 3-month-old white tiger cubs, will make their debut Saturday at Lowry Park
Zoo in Tampa. The zoo is planning special entertainment to mark the day.


COMING SATURDAY
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to grab bargains in
downtown Plant City


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The Big Bang
Rainy weather may have
limited the size of the crowd
but not the enthusiasm at the
big annual July 4 celebration
at Plant City Stadium.
The crowd got so into the
concert by Stover & Young
that some in the audience
started dancing on the infield
and a guitarist mingled and
Jammed with the crowd.
Jack Holland, director of the
Plant City Recreation and
Parks Department, estimates
5,000 people were on hand, a
bit down from other years but
understandable given the
weather. Those who braved
the elements enjoyed quite a
show, including the biggest
fireworks display in the six-
year history of the event.
"It was heart-warming to
see," said Chris Prevatt, public
relations director for title
sponsor Bill Heard Chevrolet.
Children from local elemen-
tary schools honored all
branches of service, and spe-
cial guests included Bianca
Swilley, who sang the national
anthem, Miss Heart of Plant
City Megan Shelley, and poli-
ticians including state Sen.
Ronda Storms and state Rep.
Rich Glorioso.
Holland said Plant City
police did a great job directing
traffic. It was the first year
parking was banned along
roads near the stadium in an
effort to avoid the gridlock
that gripped the area last year.
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During the Stover& Young performance at the July 4 celebration a
guitarist joined dancing fans in the infield.


ment did a very good job,
Prevatt said.
Dave Nicholson

Fewer Fireworks Calls
This was the first Fourth of
July since the city put restric-
tions on fireworks sales.
SDuring the last July 4 holi-
day, Police Chief Bill McDa-
niel reported that the volume
of complaints about fireworks
"outstripped the police de-
partment's ability to respond."
The chief couldn't be reached
this week for comment, but
Capt. John Borders said fire-
works complaints were down.
"It was a great Fourth of
July," he said.
The restrictions banned
See CITY UPDATE, Page 8 N


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Photo from the Barror family
Collette Armbruster's mother, Gloria Barror, and Armbruister's
son, Robert Armbruster III, pin on her Navy captain's bars July 4.


CITY UPDATE

Continued From Page 6

fireworks sales from tempo-
rary locations.such as tents.
Dave Nicholson

She's A Navy Captain
Independence Day held
special meaning for friends
and family of Collette Arm-
bruster, an 18-year veteran of
the U.S. Navy.
On the most patriotic of
holidays, she advanced from
commander to captain in a
ceremony at the home of her
parents, Gloria and Clarence
Barror of Plant City.
Armbruster is director of
nursing at Guantanamo Bay,
Cuba, and decided against a
formal military ceremony to
mark her advancement to


Futch
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turned 90 on In-
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captain, which is one rank
below admiral. Her captain's
bars were pinned on by her
mom and her 15-year-old son,
Robert Armbruster III. Her
dad, a retired Navy chief, ad-
ministered the oath of office.
Others in attendance in-
cluded her husband, Robert
Armbruster II, sisters Sherri
Boston of Plant City and Ju-
dith Langley of Columbus
Ohio and brother Lon Barror
of Lakeland.
Before going to Cuba, Arm-
bruster served at Bethesda
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Marines who were injured in
Iraq and Afghanistan. Her
other assignments include
service aboard the U.S.N.S.
Mercy and U.S.N.S. Comfort
hospital ships.
Armbruster was a civilian
nurse for 13 years and lived in
Spring Hill before joining the
Navy. She plans to retire to
Plant City in three years. *
Her mother is a receptionist
at the Plant City Courier &
Tribune.
Dave Nicholson

90th On The Fourth
Speaking of Independence
Day, longtime Plant City area
resident Mattie Lou Futch
turned 90 that day.
She was born Mattie Lou
Singuefield in Mississippi on
July 4, 1917. She moved to
Plant City in 1930, and can
recall the first Florida Straw-
berry Festival, which was held
that year.
In 1934, she married Charlie
Futch, who died in 1988. She
has three sons, Don and Dal-
ton of Plant City and Kenneth
of Lakeland, five grandchil-
drenand eight great-grand-
children.
Her church, Lebanon Bap-
tist, hosted a birthday party
for her July 1.
Dave Nicholson


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PLANT CITY Kerry Brown
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Lakeland and a graduate of
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earned a bachelor of science
degree in music from the Uni-
versity of South Florida.
Her fiance is from Plant City
and a graduate of Plant City
High School. He earned a
bachelor of arts degree in com-
munication from the Universi-
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p.m. Saturday at First Baptist
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This stone memorial is a centerpiece at a cemetery in Margraten, Holland, where three WWII soldiers with ties to Plant City are buried.




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Around Cp Moon

Two families, separated by generations and 4,600 miles, honor fallen WWII soldier Calvin Moon.


Tribune photo by GREG FIGHT
Marylyn Pitts, left, CpL Calvin Moon's daughter, and
her mother, Mavis Cleveland, cherish a tablecloth from
Drew Field, one of the few keepsakes from Cleveland's
time with her husband, Moon. ..


By RAY REYES
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY What she
knows of her father is garnered
through stories. That is how
she takes measure of the man,
a towering figure in her life
who never held her or watched
her grow up.
In her mind, he is a legend.
In her heart, the lofty stature
of Calvin Moon eclipses the
sun.
"I always thought of him as
my own. personal hero," said
Marylyn Pitts, 62, Moon's
daughter.
He was killed in action April
2,: 1945, during the waning
days of World War n. Pitts was


born May 30, 1945. In that year,
her birthday fell on Memorial
Day. More than 50 years later,
Pitts, a longtime Plant City resi-
dent, would come into contact
with strangers who not only
revere the holiday as much as
she, but who also 'honor her
father as a hero.
Those strangers visit the
grave of Cpl. Calvin Moon of the
U.S. Army's 121st Infantry Divi-
sion as often as they can, espe-
cially on his birthday, Memorial
Day -and Christmas. Those
strangers place flowers near his
tombstone and bow their heads
in prayer and respect. .1
Those strangers live 4,600
miles away in Holland,; where
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Moon is buried among more
than 8,000 U.S. soldiers in the
Netherlands-American Ceme-
tery and Memorial in the town
of Margraten.
They are. Nicole and Leon
Sproncken, a Dutch couple who
adopted Moon's grave along
with two others. One of those
two, Lt. Harold Harsin, also has
Plant City connections. How
the Spronckens became tied to
Plant City families from so far
away is a twist in the threads of
fate.
"It is very mpch coinci-
dence,'K Pitts said. \
In an e-mail, Nicole Spronck-
See CPL M9ON, Page 11-
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7 always think what could have been, if they survived the war. I wonder what kind of person the soldier was."
NICOLE SPRONCKEN
Netherlands resident who, with her husband, tends the graves of three soldiers in Netherlands-American Cemetery and Memorial in the town ofMargraten


Photo from Mavis Cleveland
Mavis and CpL Calvin Moon were married in August 1944. Calvin
Moon was killed in Germany on April 2,1945.


CPL. MOON

Continued From Page 10
en said "it was a big surprise"
because families who volun-
teer as caretakers of graves at
the cemetery are given ran-
dom assignments. A deep-
seated gratitude to American
and Allied troops who helped
liberate Europe from the Nazis
inspired the Spronckens to
adopt the soldiers' graves.
"We honor these men be-
cause they paid the price for
freedom with their lives," said
Nicole Sproncken, 35. "It's on-
ly a small gesture from our side
against the enormous sacrifice
of each and every soldier who
died during World War II."
The scale of those sacrifices
is apparent at the cemetery in
Margraten. White gravestones
shaped into crosses or the Star
of David are plotted out in
neat, diagonal rows and
stretch to the horizons where
the green grass melds with the
sky.
Among the 8,302 grave
markers, the Spronckens fre-
quently seek out the three they
care for, and they are filled
with the kinds of questions the
living often ask about the de-
parted.
"I always think what could
have been, if they survived the
war," Nicole Sproncken said. "I
wonder what kind of person
the soldier was."
Moon's background was a
mystery to the Spronckens be-
fore they found the Pitts fami-


ON THE WEB
The American Battle Monu-
ments Commission,
www.abmc.gov, to view in-
formation on the cemetery
and memorial at Margraten,
Holland, and others around
the world.
To view photographs of Mar-
graten taken by Jacki Jonas
and Nicole Sproncken, visit
Jonas' Web page at www.root-
sweb.com/-gacolqu2/Margra-
ten/visit2.html.


ly. Who Moon was as a person
is something Marylyn Pitts al-
so sought to learn her whole
life. Over the years she sifted
through the layers of tales and
realized she panned nothing
but gold.
Moon was born Jan. 24,
1922, in Comer, Ga., and raised
in Independence, Ky., 'by his
father, Carl Moon Sr., and
stepmother, Bertha Moon. He
was one of four brothers. All
five siblings fought in World
War II. Before he was sent to
Europe, Calvin Moon was sta-
tioned at Tampa's Drew Field,
near Tampa International Air-
port.
At a social event hosted by
First Baptist Church in Tampa,
the young corporal met a
woman named Mavis McCol-
skey, who attended the func-
tion with a date. Moon was
unfazed.
"He was determined to meet
her," Pitts said.
He struck up a conversation,
See CPL MOON, Page 13 No


Photo from the Sproncken family
A crowd gathers for Memorial Day 2006 at the Netherlands-American Cemetery and
Memorial in Margraten, Holland. Thousands of Dutch families care for graves there.


Grave Guardians


Are Forever Grateful


Dutch families offered
WWII troops hospitality.
Today they care for their
resting places.


Photo from Mavis Cleveland
Nicole Sproncken and her husband, Leon,
tend the graves of Calvin Moon and
Harold Harsin, who have ties to Plant
City.


By RAY REYES
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Flowers bloom throughout
the grounds. A squadron of jets carves up
the sky in a perfect V formation. American
and Dutch flags are planted in front of each
of the 8,302 tombstones of U.S. soldiers.
That is the scene every Memorial Day at
the Netherlands-American Cemetery and
Memorial in Margraten, said Nicole
Sproncken, who has adopted three graves
of American soldiers. The Dutch observe
the American holiday to show gratitude to
the troops for helping liberate Europe from
Nazi Germany during World War II,
Sproncken said.
Hundreds of thousands of U.S. troops
were in Limburg province-where Margra-
ten is during the last months of the war,
Sproncken said. Dutch families housed the
soldiers, offering them warm meals and
clean beds. Sproncken's grandparents
were one of those Limburg families who
offered hospitality to the troops.
Sproncken said her background made it
easy for her to develop an interest in local
history and inspired her to adopt soldiers'
graves. Sproncken is among the thousands
who attend the annual Memorial Day
ceremony in Margraten.
Sgt. Charles Ticknor of Ohio and the
Army's 82nd Airborne Division is the first
grave Sproncken, and her husband, Leon,
adopted.
Lt. Harold Harsin of the Army's 575th
Bomb Squadron, 391st Bomb Group was
the second. Harsin was killed when his
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Continued From Page 11

but McColskey seemed unin-
terested. She left with her date.
Moon returned to the barracks
and dreamed of her.
"He kept calling her name
out in his sleep," Pitts said.
Moon's cries kept his ser-
geant awake. The next day, his
commanding officer ordered
him to track down this "Mavis"
who apparently had stolen the
heart of his soldier.
"The sergeant told him,
'Moon, you need to go see that
girl,'" Pitts said.
McColskey told Moon the
previous night that she worked
at Drew Field's post office.
Moon waited until she got off
work. McColskey found him in


the parking lot, leaning on his
army Jeep.
According to Pitts, her
mother was surprised and
asked, "Calvin, what are you
doing here?"
"My sergeant," Moon said,
"told me to come."
McColskey wed Moon a few
weeks later, on July 1, 1944.
Moon's tour of Europe began
at the end of that year. His unit
was ambushed near Bonn,
Germany, and he was killed
while on forward patrol.
What the Army sent back
into his bride's arms was not
much and gave little comfort:
three brass collar buttons, a
stamp for a letter he never sent
and a fragment of the black
plastic comb he took with him
into the field.
"Other people got boxes of
stuff," said Mavis Cleveland,
83, about the possessions of


fallen soldiers returned to fam-
ily members. "All I got is a
small package."
Moon was buried near
where he was killed, Pitts said.
His body was moved to a small
cemetery after the war, then
Margraten a few years later.
The Army offered to bring his
remains back to the States. His
widow declined.
"Leave him there with his
buddies," she said.
Years passed and Mavis re-
married. She raised her daugh-
ter in Mango and shared with
her memories of a man who
would become Pitts' hero. Pitts
said her mother never had a
bad thing to say about him.
"He was a cheerful person,"
Cleveland said.
Cleveland could never forget
Moon's sunny smile-photo-
graphs of him adorn the
shelves of her Gordon Street


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home. But other details of him,
his voice, the sound of his
laughter, the way his arms
swung as he walked, have fad-
ed over time.
"He's like a dream to her,"
Pitts said, "this wonderful
dream she had. They were
together less than a year. It's
funny what you remember and
what you don't remember."
In 1983, about 20 years be-
fore the Spronckens adopted
gravesites, Pitts and her moth-
er visited Margraten. After
nearly four decades, Cleveland
was once again near the sol-
dier who, in life, could not stop
dreaming about her. The emo-
tions were a deluge, Cleveland
said, and were difficult to sort
out.
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felt," she said.
It feels like standing in the
presence of greatness, said
Jacki Jonas, Pitts' daughter,
who visited Margraten twice,
in 2002 and 2006.
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who graduated from Plant City
High School in 1982 and now
lives in Maryland. "It sort of
overwhelmed me, the enormi-
ty of the cemetery. I just stood
there and let it all seep in."
Nicole Sproncken said she,
too, gets emotional when she
visits Margraten. "Every hour
you hear the sound of chimes
playing across the cemetery. It
sends shivers down my spine.
It plays the anthem of our
province, or 'America the
Beautiful' or another piece.
Sometimes I can't hold back
the tears."
Sproncken said she does re-
search and attempts to track
down the relatives of her sol-
diers in her spare time. While
surfing the Internet last year,
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weekend, families two gener-
ations removed from the sol-
diers they admire yet linked
by what they said is blind
luck-and fate.
"It's completely amazing,"
Jonas said. "It's a very small
world."
A world, Moon's family
said, that feels a bit empty
without him in it.
"I feel pride for what he
did," Jonas said of her grand-
father, "and a loss for not
meeting him."
Though she never heard a


lullaby from his lips or sat in
his lap, Pitts still refers to
Moon as "Daddy." She has
her daddy's photographs, his
letters, a few of his belong-
ings. She has her daddy's
eyes and her daddy's smile.
"Look at me," Pitts said.
"There's no denying I'm my
father's child."
She has one regret
"The memories of him are
someone else's memories,"
she said.
As her mother always told
her since she was a little girl,
they are good memories all
the same.

Reporter Ray Reyes can be
reached at (813) 865-4433 or
rreyes@tampatrib.com.


DUTCH FAMILIES


Continued From Page 11

B-26 Marauder bomber was
shot down over Europe in
1945. Harsin has ties to Plant
City. His widow, Glatys Harsin,
is a Plant City native.
Cpl. Calvin Moon was the
third.
Harsin and Moon are not
the only soldiers with connec-
tions to Plant City buried at
Margraten. Sgt. George Flamik
of the Army's 29th Infantry
Division is also buried there.
In a letter to The Tampa
Tribune, Paul Flamik wrote
that his brother, George, was
killed two months before the


war ended when he led his
platoon in across the Elbe Riv-
er in Germany.
Flamik, who lives in Plant
City, said he has traveled to
Margraten and met Josephine
and Anna Don Brok, the sisters
who adopted his brother's
grave.
"The cemetery," Flamik
wrote, "is beautiful."
It's even more beautiful dur-
ing the Memorial Day ceremo-
ny, Sproncken said.
Queen Beatrix of the Neth-
erlands attended the 2006
event, along with Gen. David
McKieman, the commanding
officer of the U.S. Army forces
in Europe, according to a pro-
gram the relatives of Moon
brought back to the United
States. "The Star Spangled


Banner" and the Netherlands'
national anthem "Het Wilhel-
mus" was played. "Taps,"
songs from a church choir and
the jet fly-over marked the end
of the ceremony.
Jacki Jonas, Moon's grand-
daughter, visited Margraten
twice and said she was im-
pressed by the Dutch people's
dedication to honoring the sol-
diers buried there.
"To see the effort of the
Dutch, it sort of completely
flabbergasted me," Jonas said.
"The Dutch seem to be very
expressive and thankful they
were liberated."


Reporter Ray Reyes can be
reached at (813) 865-4433 or
rreyes@tampatrib.com.


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Collins St. Cost is $10 and in-
cludes dance lessons, dancing,
food and drawings. Dress is
summer casual. (813) 671-3009.

COFFEE SHOP SCHEDULE: Es-
press Yourself Coffee 101, 101 E.
J. Arden Mays Blvd., offers the
following schedule during July:
knitting group.6 p.m. Wednes-
days; art class 4-6 p.m. Thurs-
days; open mike night 7-10 p.m.
Thursday; community pot luck
supper 7 p.m. today ; guitar
lessons 2 p.m. Saturday and July
28; musical guest Nathan Draw-
dy 7 p.m. Saturday; drum circle


7 p.m. July 20; musical guest 7
p.m. July 21; and jam session 7
p.m. July 27. (813) 659-0101.

BIKE FEST: The motorcycle
event is from 5-9 p.m. the first
Saturday monthly in and around
Union Station Welcome Center,.
102 N. Palmer St. The event
features live music, vendors and
the roar of motorcycles, old and
new. (813) 754-3707.

CAR SHOW: The Strawberry
Classic Car Show brings down-
town Plant City to life from 4-9
p.m. the third Saturday monthly
in and around McCall Park at
Collins and Drane streets. Doz-
ens of 1982 and older classics,
antiques, hot rods and custom
vehicles will be on display. Mu-
sic is provided. Food and craft


vendors also are featured.
Downtown specialty shops and
restaurants are open for the
event. (813) 754-3707.

FOOD FOR SALE: Unity in the
Community, which provides
support for the needy, sells
flavored smoothies, gourmet
coffees, cappuccino chillers, hot
chocolate, regular coffee,
brewed tea and other treats
during Bike Fest and the Straw-
berry Classic Car Show. The
items can be purchased at a
concession trailer on Palmer
Street south of the railroad
tracks. All money will go to help
the needy. (813) 752-1275 or
www.unityinplantcity.com.

TROOP MEETINGS: Boy Scout
Troop 744, chartered by First


United Methodist Church of
Plant City, meets at 7 p.m.
Tuesday on the first floor of
the church at 303 N. Evers St.
Boys 11 to 18 and their families
are invited. (813) 967-7452 or
e-mail bigscout5@hotmail
.com.
WEIGHT-LOSS PROGRAM: Take
Off Pounds Sensibly meets
Tuesday at First Southern
Methodist Church, 103 W. John-
son Road. Weigh-in is at 5:30
p.m., and the meeting starts at
6:30 p.m. (813) 737-1923.

SQUARE AND ROUND DANC-
ING: Strawberry Square Dance
Center, 4401 Boot Bay Road,
has various programs. (813)
752-0491 or visit www.florida
danceweb.com/strawberry.


SINGLES DANCE: The Straw-
berry Singles Club has dances
from 8-11:30 p.m. Friday at the
Stardust Dance Center, 1405 S.
Collins St., Plant City. The cost
is $6 for members, $7 for asso-
ciate members and $8 for non-
members. (352) 523-0114 or
(813) 759-2063.

JUVENILE JUSTICE VOLUN-
TEERS: Volunteers are needed
for the Department of Juvenile
Justice, 1601 W. Reynolds St.,
Suite 103, Plant City. Clerical
workers, mentors and case
management assistants are
needed. (813) 757-9171.
Send items to Community Calendar,
The Tampa Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler
St., Plant City FL 33563, e-mail to
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hold a dance with a bon voy-
age theme from 7 to 11 p.m. at
Stardust Ballroom, 1405 S.
Collins St. Cost is $10 and
includes dance lessons, danc-
ing, food and drawings.
Dress is summer casual.
(813) 671-3009.

Music And Coffee
Espress Yourself Coffee 101,,
101 E. J. Arden Mays Blvd.,
offers entertainment by mu-
sical guest Nathan Drawdy at
7 p.m. (813) 659-0101.

Tiger Cubs Make Debut
Ashley and Alex are 3-
month-old white tiger cubs
making their public debut at
9:30 a.m. at Lowry Park Zoo,
1101 W. Sligh Ave. The day will
have entertainment, treats
and more.
Admission is $16.95 for
nonmembers. Call (813) 935-
8552.

Sunday

'Gone With The Wind'
Enjoy classic movies Sun-
days through Aug. 27 at the
Tampa Theatre, 711 N. Frank-


linSt.
"Gone with the Wind,"
featuring Clark Gable and
Vivien Leigh, will start at 3
p.m. The 1939 movie is about
a Southern belle and a roguish
man falling in love during the
Civil War.
Tickets are $7.50. Call (813)
274-8981.


Monday

Art Exhibit Delivers
"Twenty Four Cents: An
In-Depth Experiment in Mail
Art" is an exhibit by Caitlin
Riggleman on display from 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. through Aug. 3
at the University of South
Florida's Centre Gallery, 4202
E. Fowler Ave., in the Phyllis P.
Marshall Center, Room 246.
The exhibit displays a year's
collection of mail and is a
sampling of modern mail art.
A reception will be held from
7 to 9 p.m. July 20.
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ByPAUL CATALA
Tribune correspondent
KEYSVILLE Some of the
memories of the era are getting
vague, but one in particular
stands out clearly in Irene Ad-
ams' mind the water hitting
her face.
It was 1938, and Adams re-
members going along with
about 10 children and adults
from Cedar Grove Baptist
Church off Keysville Road, east
of County Road 39, down to
the Alafia River. They hiked
about a quarter of a mile
through the woods to reach
the river's bank.
There, a few minutes later,
she was baptized.
"That's where everyone
from the church got baptized
then," said Adams, 80, one of
the two longest-serving mem-
bers of Cedar Grove. "We just
lined up and they took us in,
one at a time. I was scared, but
of course, I never did like water
in my face."
Recollections of the early
days of Cedar Grove Baptist
Church, 8201 Cedar Grove
Church Road, from Adams and
other longtime members will
be one of the highlights during
the church's 100th homecom-
ing anniversary celebration.
Cedar Grove will honor its
past and look to its future as
one of the bedrocks of Plant
City's religious community Ju-
ly 20-22. The weekend will
include a choral concert, an
afternoon of "open micro-
phone" singing, a barbecue
and a special anniversary wor-
ship : rvice.
Another lifelong church
member, Frank Simmons, will
be milling around the church
grounds. Like Adams, Sim-
mons remembers being chris-
tened in the South Prong of the
Alafia.
In the late 1950s, he helped
bring the church into the 20th
century, .assisting in the con-
struction of the new sanctuary
and baptistery.
"It's changed. But it doesn't
matter how you get baptized,
just as long as you get bap-
tized," said Simmons, who at-
tends Cedar Grove with-his
wife, Darla.
The roots of Cedar Grove go
back to July 7, 1907, when the
church was organized by the
Rev. W. M. McDonald and the
Rev. J. W. Johnson, the
church's first official pastor,
who served until his death in
1915. The original sanctuary


Photo by Paul Catala
Cedar Grove Baptist Church's original sanctuary was built on land donated by its first pastor, the
Rev. J.W. Johnson. Frank Simmons, left, and the Rev. Darrell Jones stand at his gravesite.


Photo by Paul Catala
Lifelong church members Frank Simmons, left, and Irene Adams
look over the historical documents with the Rev. Darrell Jones.


Cedar Grove Baptist Church
This is the first known photograph of Cedar Grove Baptist Church.
Mary Lou Tatum is standing with her husband, Harry Guge, and
two unidentified men.


100th HOMECOMING

Cedar Grove Baptist Church
201 Cedar Grove Church Road
July 20:7:30 p.m.. Gulf Coast
Quartet Sing, snacks and
dessert.
July 21: 12:30 p.m. Lunch pro-
vided by church; open micro-
phone singing. 4:30 p.m.,
barbecue, donations accepted.
July 22:9:45 am., Sunday-
School; 11 a.m.; anniversary
worship service; 1 p.m., cov-
ered-dish lunch.
CALL (813) 737-1234


George Deno arrived in the
saddle one Sunday in 1957 to
help promote Sunday school
attendance.


was built with lumber of an-
other Keysville-area church,
hauled to land donated by
Johnson.
The church was built next to
a cemetery that was estab-
lished in 1850, and it had a
congregation of 17, members
the first year. -
Adams, who first attended
the church when she was 20,
said the small, wooden church
wasn't more than a 30-seat
sanctuary, two doors, two lan-
terns for light and "a few shut-
ters and mosquitoes."
"The mosquitoes got so bad,.
we had to leave the doors
open, hoping they'd leave,"
she said.
The first revival was held in
1909, and the first anniversary
homecoming was held in 1928.
'The original church was torn
down and a new one was built
in its current location in the
late 1950s.
By 1938, Cedar Grove's pas-
tor was making $100 per
month. In 1949, it was raised to
$165.
The current pastor, the Rev.
Darrell Jones, is probably the
25th pastor of Cedar Grove,
A native of Palatka, Jones
moved from Palatka, where he
was ordained in 2005, to Cedar
Grove. With his wife, Sara,
daughter Aubrey, 3, and son
Caleb, 1, Jones began serving
Cedar Grove in mid-2006.
Although church member-
ship has shrunk since its peak
of about 150 in the early 1990s
to about 85, Jones said there's
plenty of room to grow. He
said the construction of newer
churches in the area as devel-
opment blooms has dispersed
some of Cedar Grove's flock.
"We're really working on our
children's ministry. That's the
future," he said. "Like Mr. Sim-
mons said, the older folks are
getting tired and aren't going
to be here forever."
The church is trying to make
improvements and attract new
members. Since Jones took to
the pulpit, Cedar Grove has
had two new roofs installed
and renovated the children's
Sunday school building.
Jones said those are just
some of the. steps Cedar Grove
is taking to ensure its future
service to the community.
"The Bible teaches us to be
'a city on the hill.' Although
we're back off the main road,
we still stand out," he said.
"That's the reputation of Ce-
dar Grove."










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PLANT CITY- It took awhile,
but $2.1 million in grant mon-
ey has filtered down to allow
Plant City to install a state-of-
the-art traffic control system
that will monitor and control
traffic signals and electronic
traffic alert signs throughout
the city.
"The engineering and de-
sign phase of the new comput-
erized traffic control system is
scheduled for completion be-
fore the end of July," said
Willie Nabong, the city public
works director. "We have wait-
ed to purchase the needed
electronic equipment until this
additional funding was as-


sured. Now we can make ac-
quisitions through a Seminole
County purchase of the same
equipment, giving the city
substantial savings."
It is estimated the city will
save 30 percent by purchasing
controllers, cabinets, cameras
and miscellaneous compo-
nents by partnering with Semi-
nole County on the purchase.
City Manager David Sollen-
berger told commissioners the
money saved through the
"piggy back contract" will be
used to purchase additional
equipment for the installation
of the dancedd Traffic Mlan-
agement System.
Funding the city's transpor-


station improvement plan was
put on hold three years -ago
after an air quality improve-
ment program was delayed
and then canceled. Since then,
another federal grant was ap-
proved for the project and has
been working its way through
state and county channels.
Don Rainard, the city traffic
supervisor, has been pirating
parts from the old traffic man-
agement system until funding
became available for the new
system.
"Our old system is no longer
being manufactured," Rainard
said. "Parts are no longer aiail-
able from the vendor. And we

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were hit pretty hard by the
hurricanes a few years ago. So
it has been a real challenge to
stay up and running."
The city's signal controllers
and traffic network were con-
nected with fiber optics and a
centralized computer. Tech-
nology improvements in the
latest equipment will allow
controllers to work as a sys-
tem, as opposed to the present
setup where traffic lights act as
independent signals, with lim-
ited coordination in traffic
light sequencing.
The city hired consultant
engineer All Gord of Gord As-

OBITUARIES
MOORE, Marie, 81, of Plant
City, passed away June 28,
2007. Born May 28, 1926, she
was preceded in death by her
husband, James W. Moore, and
son, Thomas Moore. She is
survived by her daughters,
Deborah and husband, Mirian
Beall, of Plant City, and Judy
Barnett of Lakeland; sister,
Betty Barnard of Co.; seven
grandchildren, Larry Moore, Lori
McClellan, Michael Barnette,
Lisa Hester, Steve Moore, Kevin
Beall and Kim Wilson; 12 great
grandchildren; and four great-
great-grandchildren. A visitation
took place 6-8 p.m. Friday, June
29, 2007, at Garden of
Memories Funeral Home. A
private ceremony will be
conducted by the family at a
later date. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to -
North Hillsborough LifePath
Hospice Aqua Team. Words of
comfort may be expressed at
gardenofmemoriestampa.com

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sociates in Tampa to design
the automated traffic manage-
ment system and its interface.
The system will terminate at
the city's main traffic building
at Spencer and Alexander
streets. Completion is expec-
ted by or before December
2009.
The system will allow the
city's 47 traffic signals to be
monitored and controlled
from one location. During
times of trouble, whether it be.
storm related or traffic back-
ups due to an accident, traffic
flow can be monitored and
rerouted by signage and sig-
naling.
"The Florida Department of
Transportation has its traffic
control center in Tampa," Na-
bong said. "Once our system is
installed we will be able to
coordinate with the FDOT
when traffic problems occur
along Interstate 4. That would
trigger electronic signs on that
highway to alert motorists to
the appropriate detours need-
ed to avoid the traffic prob-
lem."
Traffic lights along the four
intersections connecting city
streets to the interstate will


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ough County Aging Services Depart-
ment's Senior Centers and its congre-
gate dining sites. Call (813) 272-5160
for locations and information, or go
to www.hillsboroughcounty.org/
aging. Home delivery is provided to
homebound seniors. Call (813) 272-
5250 to enroll. All meals include
low-fat milk, except at the Jewish
Towers, where kosher meals are
served. These are next week's meals.
Monday: Swedish meatballs .
with gravy, scalloped potatoes
with cheese, green peas with
mushrooms, whole-wheat bread,-
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The system w .
the city's 47 traffic st
nals to be monitored
and controlled from
one location. During
times of trouble, wheth-
er it be storm related or
traffic backups due to
an accident, traffic flow
can be monitored and
rerouted by signage
and signaling,


automatically respond to bet-
ter accommodate more traffic.
The system would help keep
cars and trucks moving and go
back to a normal pattern when
the traffic flow returns to nor-
mal, Rainard said.
Nabong said U.S. Rep. Gus
Bilirakis .was instrumental in
getting the funding approved
to support the grant.

Reporter George H. Newman can
be reached at (813) 865-4451 or
gnewman@tampatrib.com.


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Bethlehem Rd, Block 3700, criminal
,mischief, July 7,1:49 p.m.
Bethlehem Rd, Block 4600, vehicle
burglary, July 6, 4:52 p.m.
Bragg St, Block 14600, domestic
violence, July 4, 2:28 p.m.
Campbell Branch Dr, Block 12800,
disturbance, July 7,7:27 p.m.
Clinton St, Block 14200, disturbance,
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Clinton St, Block 14400, disturbance,
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Clinton St, Block 14600, criminal
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Clinton St/Mason Ave, disturbance,
July 6,1:19 p.m.
Downing St, Block 14300, carjacking,
July 2, 9:31 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 14500, residential
burglary, July 3, 7:21 p.m.


Dr King Blvd, Block 15200, domestic
violence, July 7, 5:20 a.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 15200, hit-and-
run/injuries, July 7, 5:20 a.m.
Gordon Rd, Block 1300, noise com-
plaint, July 4, 11:02 p.m.
Grant St, Block 14400, dead person,
July 2,5:41 p.m.
Haynes Rd/Pettie Rd, criminal
mischief, July 1, 5:36 p.m.
SHiers Rd, Block 2500, illegal dump-
ing, July 4,1:54 p.m.
Jonathan Ct, Block 14500, distur-
bance, July 4, 3:26 p.m.
Kirkland Rd, Block 2500, traffic
crash/injuries, July 6, 10:47 a.m.
Lindsey St; Block 3400, residential
burglary, July 4,11:38 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, July
6, 11:12 a.m.
Mcleroy PI, Block 2900, theft, July 4,
8:41 a.m.
Mcleroy PI, Block 2900, theft, July 6,
9:32 a.m.
Moores Lake Rd, Block 3200, dis-
turbance, July 2, 12:48 p.m.
Moores Lake Rd, Block 4000, dis-
turbance, July 7,11:33 p.m.
Pettie Rd, Block 3800, vehicle bur-
glary, July 6, 4:14 a.m.
Pierce Harwell Lp, Block 3600,


neighbor trouble, July 1, 1:58 p.m.
SRutherford Dr, Block 2000, dis-
turbance, July 6, 1:07 a.m.
Rutherford Dr, Block 2000, vehicle
burglary, July 6, 9:24 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 3900, prowler, July 7,
11:32 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5400, fire, July 6, 12:21
a.m.
San Diego Ln, Block 3200, stabbing,
July 7,10:52 p.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 3200,
shooting, July 1, 8:31 p.m.
US 92 W, Block 5800, criminal mis-
chief, July 5, 12:21 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 5800, disturbance,
July 7, 3:24 p.m.
US 92 W, Block 5800, neighbor
trouble, July 3,10:14 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 5800, neighbor
trouble, July 7,11:43 a.m.
White Arrow Dr, Block 1600, criminal
mischief, July 6, 6:21 p.m.
33540
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 5900,
disturbance, July 2, 6:14 p.m.
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 7200,
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disturbance, July 4, 1:30 p.m.
Short Rd, Block 7400, criminal
mischief, July 3,7:40 a.m.

33563
Branch Forbes Rd, Block 1400, theft;
July 4,,6:15 p.m.
US 92 W/Branch Forbes Rd, assault/
battery, July 1, 12:55 a.m.
US 92 W/Forbes Rd N, business
robbery, July 4, 12:48 a.m.

33565
1-4 Eastbound/Park 1-4 E Rp, fight,
July 4, 10:52 p.m. .
Bracewell Dr N, Block 1300, drug
house complaint, July 5, 7:56 p.m.
Branch Forbes Rd, Block 1700, resi-
dential burglary, July 7,5:35 p.m.
Branch Forbes Rd, Block 1700, resi-
dential burglary, July 7, 6-02 p.m.
Campbell Branch Dr, Block 12800,
disturbance, July 7, 7:27 p.m.
County Line Rd N/US 92 E. traffic
crash/injuries, July 4,10:06 p.m. :
Dr King Blvd W, Block 700, drug law
violation, July 5, 2:33 p.m.
Dusty Oak Dr, Block 4800, domestic
violence, July 6 5 08. a m.
Forbes Rd N. e.:..:k :-500. residential
burglary, July 1, 11:58 a.m.
Forest Creek Rd, Block 5,600, dis-
turbance, July 4, 3:38 p.m. .
Harvey Tew Rd, Block 5600, dis-
turbance, July 3, 9:52 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, July
"2,1:07 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, July
3, 7:51 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
endangered, July 5, 11:05 a.m.
Mayday Dr/Wilder Rd N, drug law
violation, July 5, 9:57 p.m.
Mayday Dr/Wilder Rd N, drug law
violation, July 6, 5:11 p.m.


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Pierce Harwell Lp, Block
neighbor trouble, July 1, 1:58 p.
Pine Oak Dr, Block 30, noise c
plaint, July 5, 12:23 a.m.
Pine Oak Dr, Block 40, prowler, July
4, 1:59 a.m.
Platt Rd, Block 4300, disturbance,
July 5,10:58 p.m.
Platt Rd, Block 4300, stolen vehicle,
July 6, 6:10 p.m.
Richter Ln, Block 1800; disturbance,
July 4,10:45 p.m.
Sam Allen Rd W, Block 700, dis-
turbance, July 7, 1:08.p.m.
Shepherd Rd, Block 4300, distur-
bance, July 2, 6:50 p.m.
Speer Rd/Sam Allen Rd W, dis-
turbance, July 1, 7:21 p.m..
Stanley Rd, Block 4900, disturbance,
July 7, 3:24 p.m.
Swindell Rd, Block 3700, theft, July 4;
1:49 a.m.
Wallace Branch Rd/Thonotosassa,
DUI, July 5, 10:33 p.m.
Wallace Branch Rd/Thonotosassa,
disturbance, July 3, 9:46 p.m.
Wallace Branch Rd/Thonotosassa,
traffic crash/injuries, July 5, 9:45 p.m.
Wheeler St N/I-4 Westbound,
assault/battery, July 6, 9:41 p.m.
Willaford Dr, Block 3800, elderly
abuse/neglect, July 2, 4:08 p.m.
Williams Rd, Block 1800, loud party,
July 4, 3:38 a.m.
Young Rd/Sam Allen Rd W, dis-
turbance, July 7, 9:28 p.m.

33566
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July 2, 5:53 p.m.
Branchwood Rd, Block 2400, prowl-
er, July 6, 12:36 a.m.
Branchwood Rd/Joe King Rd, dis-
turbjr,.:., Jul -1, 9:05 p.m.
Canary Palm Cr, Block 4000, noise

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complaint, July 7, 1:47 a.m.
Charleston Ave, Block 4700, neigh-
bor trouble, July 5,11:56 a.m. -
Colson Rd, Block 2200, domestic
violence,'July 3, 9:59 a.m.
Edwards Rd. Block 3400, domestic
violence, July 5, 10:50 p.m.
Futch Rd, Block 3500, domestic
violence, July 5,11:55 p.m..
Hollbway Rd, Block 4500, stolen
vehicle, July 5, 9:05 p.m.
SJerry Smith Rd, Block 2800, traffic
crash/injuries, July 1, 6:28 p.m.
Location Withheldchild abuse, July
3,6:01 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
endangered, July 6, 11:12 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, July 6, 6:45 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual battery,
July 3, 7:22 a.m.
Medulla Rd, Block 3000, domestic
violence, July 5,11:59 a.m.
Mud Lake Rd, Block 2500, dis-
turbance, July 1, 10:02 p.m.
Oakview Ln, Block 3000, distur-
bance, July 1, 7:17 p.m.
Pandora PI, Block 4800, noise com-
plaint, July 5, 12:28 a.m.
Pineway Dr N, Block 3000, criminal
mischief, July 7, 12:57 p.m.
Pineway Dr S, Block 2900, prowler,
July 6, 9:21 p.m.
Pineway Dr S, Block 3000, discharge
firearm, July 4, 10:10 p.m.
Rice Rd, Block 4000, dead person,
July 4,4:37 p.m.
Rice Rd, Block 4000, noise.complaint,
July 7, 9 p.m.
Rimes Rd, Block 3300, noise com-
plaint, July 7, 9:14 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 3900, disturbance,
July 1, 7:45 p.m.
San Andreas Dr/Sparkman Rd,
disturbance, July 2, 10:21 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E, Block 2700, DUI, July
6, 3:33 a.m. ,
Trapnell Rd W, Block 3900, resi-
dential burglary, July 4, 10:23 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 3200, dis-
turbance, July 5, 8:07 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/SR 60 E, robbery,
July 4, 6:59 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 2200, theft, July 5, 1:18
p.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 2300, distur-
bance, July 7,10:17 p.m.
Wilkinson Dr, Block 1300, domestic
violence, July 5,7:29 p.m.
Wilkinson Dr, Block 1400, distur-
bance, July 6, 10:55 a.m.
Willow Dr W, Block 2000, criminal
mischief, July 7, 2:09 a.m.

33567


"N, Arch McDonald Dr, Block 2200,
distcie, July 1,11:29 p.m.
cA Cowart Rd, domestic
violence, July 1,1 .ch.m ar:
CR 39 S, Block 620, s
firearm, July 7, 6:33 p.m.
CR 39 S, Block 7700, traffic
injuries, July 5. 12:26 p.m.
SCR39 S, Blc,. 7700, traffic ras
nlurnei. Jul/ 5,12:27 p.m. '
CR39 S/SR 60 E,-business robbery,
July 4, 8:05 p,m.
CR 39 S/SR 60 W, person down, July
4,3:35 p.m.
Colson Rd, Block 1200, residential
burglary, July 3,1:49 a.m.
County Line Rd S, Block6600,
disturbance, July 5, 12:48 p.m.
Durant Rd, Block 4900, assault/
battery, July 3, 9:58 p.m.
Durant Rd; Block 4900, assault/
battery, July 4, 12:37 a.m.
Edwards Rd, Block 4200, residential
burglary, July 5, 5:59 p.m.
Frontage Rd S/County Line R, DUI,
July 1, 5:08 p.m.
Frontage Rd S/County Line R, traffic
fatality, July 1, 7:37 a.m.
Henry George Rd/Old Hopewell, fire,
July 1, 1:34 a.m.
Holloway Rd, Block 1600, domestic
violence, July 6,7:47 p.m. -.
James L Redman Pw Block 4200,
residential burglary, July 1, 10:29 a.m.
James L Redman Pw, Block 4500,
business burglary, July 5,1:21 p.m.
Keysville Rd E, Block 800, person
down, July 2, 3:58 a.m.
Kilgore Rd, Block 800, theft, July 6,
4:42 p:m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, July
1, 4:55 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, July
2, 7:19 a.m. ,
Old Mulberry Rd/County Line,
traffic crash/injuries, July 3, 2:52 p.m.
Old Mulberry Rd/English Rd, traffic
crash/injuries; July 3, 2:47 p.m.
Pritcher Manor Ct, Block 2800,
disturbance, July 5, 9:36 p.m.
Pitcher Rd, Block 8800, stolen
vehicle, July 4, 11:59 a.m.
Rain Frog Ln, Block 5400, criminal
mischief, July 3, 11:39 p.m.
Rain Frdg Ln, Block 5400, criminal
mischief, July 3, 7:33 p.m.
Robinson Farms Ln, Block 4500,
neighbor trouble, July 5, 1106 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 100, robbery, July 4,
8:06 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 200, theft, July 1, 9:56
a.m.
Trapnell Rd E, Block 500, residential
burglary, July 1, 3:54 p.m.
Trapnell Rd W, Block 900, assault/
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space, call (813) 754-4444.
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ALL-STAR TEAMS

Continued From Page 25
.
beginning play in the Minor
(9- and 10-year-old) and Little
League (11-12) sectional tour-
naments.
Both Plant City squads are
scheduled to play at 11 a.m.
Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday.
The Section 4 champions
will advance to the state tour-
nament. Plant City's 9- and
10-year-olds, looking to repeat
as state champs, would have to
head over to Citrus Park in
north Tampa, the 11-12 state
tournament is in DeLand.
One thing is certain for the
older Plant City squad: the
games should be a lot tighter
in Lake Wales than they were
at the District 4 event in Plant
City where the hosts swept
Lake Wales by scores of 17-0
and 18-1.
In the first game, played
June 28, Kristen Wyckoff, Jor-
dan Bowers, Rachel Dwyer and
Emily Godheim were able to
throw one inning apiece.
"We got all of our pitchers
in. It was a pretty easy time,"
Plant City coach Clay Wyckoff
said.
Kristen Wyckoff, the staff
ace, pitched all four innings in
the second contest. Originally


Plant City was supposed to
open the district tournament
but Polk City dropped out at
the last minute. The only other
team in the field was North
Lakeland.
The Section 4 setup also
calls for three teams, but by
design. In all of the age groups,
the "host district" team gets
the first day off meaning the
Plant City teams will watch
Bloomingdale and Land O'
Lakes square off Friday.
Plant City will take on that
game's loser Saturday, and will
play the Friday winner on Sun-
day. If Plant City wins Satur-
day, then Sunday's contest will
become the sectional champi-
onship game.
Should Plant City lose Satur-
day, it would have to win Sun-
day and hope to advance on
the fewest runs allowed tie-
breaker.
Last year the Plant City 11-12
team made the sectional be-
fore being eliminated by
Bloomingdale.
Also taking place in Lake
Wales is the Junior (13- to
14-year-old) Softball tourna-
ment. The Lake Wales' juniors
rolled to the district tourna-
ment title in Plant City.

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Tryouts July 21
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PLANT CITY Plant City
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at Mike Sansone Park
For information, call coach
Eddie Deese at (813) 759-8490.

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Program Available
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Tennis Center is hosting sum-
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to 18.
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players as well as team tennis.
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instruction from the coaches
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high schools.
Cost is $85 per camper. The
number of campers is limited
to 35. For information, call
Larry Langston at (813) 659-
4200, Ext. 4302.

Registration To Begin
For Baseball League
PLANT CITY The second of
three registration sessions for
the Plant City U.S. Specialty
Sports Association Fall Base-
ball League is from 9 a.m. to
noon Saturday at Mike San-
sone Park off Park Road, south
of Interstate 4.
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Baseball
AGES 8/9-U: The Bullets will conduct
tryouts through July. Visit msnus-
ers.com/bulletsbaseball, e-mail bullets-
baseball@msn.com or call Aaron Gross
at (813) 205-7317.
AGES 11-U: A new travelteam in the
New Tampa-Temple Terrace area
needs players. Call Rick Borden at
(813) 230-7261.
AGES 11-U: The Brandon-Valrico Pan-
thers competitive team will conduct
tryouts in late July. Contact Mike
Rivera at (813) 368-1815 or mriv-
era273@aol.com.
AGES 11-U: The New Tampa Predators
will conduct tryouts July 19. Call (813)
598-7505.
AGES 11-U: The Tampa Blades are
conducting tryouts. Call Scott Endris at
(813) 293-0866 or Richard Piazza at
(813) 340-3594.
AGES 11-U: The Plant City Raiders Black
team is conducting tryouts. Call Jeff
Murray at (813) 205-8241.
AGES 12-U/13-U: The Florida Panthers
need players. Call Andy Contafio at
(727) 271-5249 or visit leagueli-
neup.com/elpanthers.
AGES 13-U: The Bullets Blue compet-
itive team is conducting tryouts. Call
Matt Laguna at (813) 545-5286.
AGES 15-19: The Tampa Bay Longhorns
need players for travel and tournament
play. Contact Randy Dungan at (813)
900-5175 or muckdog33@yahoo.com.

Basketball
AGES 13-16: The Westchase Runnin'
Rebels need players. Contact An Le at
anle813@hotmail.com or (813) 244-
3547.
GRADES 6-10: The Temple Terrace
Hoosiers need players for middle
school and junior varsity divisions.
Contact Kahlil Daley at (813) 333-8599
or kahlildaley@yahoo.com.

Football/Cheerleading
AGES 3-18: The Florida Wildcat Allstars
are conducting cheerleading registra-
tions for boys and girls. Contact Linda
Martinez at (813) 558-6675 or flcat-
coach@aol.com or visit floridawild-
catallstars.com.
AGES 4-14: The Bay Area Raiders will
conduct registrations and free
minicamps July 15 and 22. Call Melinda
Moore at (813) 837-8996 or visit
tamparaiders.com.
AGES 4-14: The Tampa Bay Seahawks
will conduct registrations July 14 and
18. Contact Tenna McGlone at (813)
289-1237 or tampatea3@aol.com.
AGES 4-15: The Dover Patriots are
conducting registrations. Visit do-
verpatriots.com.
AGES 5-15: The Carrollwood Hurricanes
have football openings for ages 11-15
and cheerleading openings for all ages.
Call Melanie Dunn at (813) 792-9417
regarding football or Tammy Forino
about cheerleading at (813) 431-4129.
AGES 5-15: The Northeast Tampa-
Pirates need participants and coaches.
Call Tom Blaha at (813) 215-0384 or
e-mail ne-tampapirates@tampa-
bay.rr.com.
AGES 5-15: The New Tampa Sharks
have openings for cheerleaders and
Pee Wee Division football players. Call
Mike Wallace at (813) 765-0707.
AGES 5-15: The South Tampa Titans are
conducting registrations for flag and
tackle football and cheerleading. Call
Scott Duvall at (813) 505-5578 or visit
eteamz.active.com/southtampatitans.
AGES 5-17: The New Tampa Wildcats
have openings in football for ages
12-17 and cheerleading for ages 8-17.
Call Richard Berg at (813) 977-1265 for
football or Tanya Mulligan at (813)


829-9538 for cheerleading.
AGES 5-18: Bay City Cheerleading is
conducting registrations for cheer and
tumbling classes and tryouts for
competitive cheerleading teams. Call
the gym at (813) 741-0428 or Marga-
ret DeVore at (813) 727-5199, or e-mail
baycitycheer@msn.com.
AGES 5-18: Stars Athletics is conduct-
ing cheerleading registrations for boys
and girls. Cheer and tumbling classes
also are available. Contact Rick Schulz
at (813) 299-9803 or ris-
chulz@aol.com or visit starsathletic-
s.com.
AGES 6-14: The East Bay Flag Football
League needs players, coaches and
officials. Visit ebffl.com or call Stuart
Switzer at (813) 516-3217.

Hockey
YOUTH: A local travel club needs
players for its 97/98 Squirt A or AA
and 99 Mite A divisions. Call Dave
McMullen at (813) 241-7999.
PREPS: The Durant Cougars need
players from within their boundaries.
Contact Mitchell Reis at mareis@tam-
pabay.rr.com or (813) 748-7992.
PREPS: The Riverview Ice Sharks need.
players from the Riverview and Ruskin
areas. The club also needs an experi-
enced coach. Call Jeff Johnson at (813)
677-4629.
PREPS: The Wharton Wildcats need
players from the school. Contact Tom
Leechin at (813) 300-5510 or tlee-
chil@tampabay.rr.com.

Lacrosse
GRADES 2-8: The South Tampa Sticks
are conducting registrations for boys
and girls. Call John Kamen at (813)
288-9548 or visit stickslax.org.

Miscellaneous
DISABLED: The Tampa Thunder power
wheelchair soccer team needs players
of all ages. Call Don Gorman at (727)
726-4657 or visit powersoccertampa-
.net.
FOOTBALL: The Unity Youth Football
Conference is seeking an athletic
director of football operations. Call
Orlando Gudes at (813) 842-0157.
GYMNASTICS: The Brandon Sports
and Aquatic Center is conducting
registrations for progressive classes
for ages 3 and older. Call (813) 689-
0908.
JUDO/SELF DEFENSE- Classes for ages
5 and older are available at Horizon
Christian Church in Valrico. Call (813)
516-7335 or e-mail anid4@yahoo.com.
KICKBOXING: American Drago Dojo
offers classes for ages 7-17. Call Ed
Dominguez at (813) 249-2235 or visit
americandragondojo.com.
MEETING: Alonso High will conduct an
all-sports meeting July 31. Call (813)
356-1525.
MEETING: Newsome High will conduct
an all-sports meeting July 11. Call (813)
740-4600.
ROLLER HOCKEY: United Skates of
America is conducting registrations for
ages 4-17.-Call Linda Pena or Bobby
Brewster at (813) 877-1997 or visit
sk8choice.com.
SOFTBALL The Tampa Wildcats 16-U
college showcase team needs a pitch-
er and catcher. Call Jeff Almand at
(813) 909-7039 or 967-7944.
SWIMMING: Apollo Beach Racquet
and Fitness Club seeks swimmers of all
levels for a satellite program of Blue
Wave Swimming. Call (813) 641-1922.
SWIMMING: Swim Tampa Aquatics is
seeking new swimmers and high
school off-season programs. Call Scott
Parlett at (813) 546-4894.
WRESTLING: The Guardian Wrestling
Club offers free training for all experi.
ence levels. Call Terry Brockland at


(813) 760-9102 or Richard Lewis at
(813) 269-9632 or visit guardianwres-
tling.com.

Multisport
AGES 2-16: Interbay-Glover YMCA is
conducting registrations for a variety
of sports. Call Mitch Grafton at (813)
839-0210.
AGES 9-12: The Sulphur Springs Ele-
mentary Athletic League is seeking
teams to compete in various sports.
Contact Johnny Biggens at (813)
746-0147 or sseal4201@yahoo.com.
ALL AGES: The Plant City Recreation
and Parks Department sponsors a
variety of sports programs. Visit
plantcitygov.com/rec.

Soccer
AGES 4-16: AYSO Region 1487,will
conduct registrations July 21 and Aug.
10 at First Baptist Church of Ruskin.
Contact Vicki Rumsey at (813) 645-
0198 or Kriss Kelley at (813) 645-
6550.
AGES 9-13: RSL Florida is conducting
registrations for street soccer. Visit
tampaknights.com.
AGES 9-14: Sports and Field is conduct-
ing registrations for a 5v5 indoor
league. Visit tampa.superfleague.com
or call Mike Connell at (813) 948-
5500.
AGES 10-18: Unlimited Motion Soccer
Academy offers private and group
training for boys and girls. Contact
Mike Connell at (813) 948-5500 or
mike@tampabayrowdies.com.
AGES U-9/19: Black Watch Soccer
Club will conduct registrations through
Aug. 11 for select boys and girls tourna-
ments Sept. 1-3. Visit blackwatchsoc-
cer.com.
AGES U-12: The Black Watch Rangers
competitive boys team has openings.
Call Julian Gutierrez at (813) 727-7640.
AGES U-15: The HC United competitive
boys team has openings. Contact Ed
Costa at(813) 927-6824 or eddy_cos-
ta@hotmail.com.
AGES U-15: The Black Watch Falkirk
competitive boys team is conducting
tryouts. Visit blackwatchfalkirk.com.
AGES U-15: The Valrico Arsenal girls
team needs one experienced Division 1
player. Call Al Grinnell at (813) 651-
0575.

Softball
AGES 10-U: The USA Patriots girls
fastpitch team need players. Contact
Mike Galinski at (727) 556-3200 or
mgalinski@americaii.com.

Tennis
AGES 3-15: Harbour Island Athletic Club
and Spa is organizing programs for
home schoolers. Contact Arthur
Shannon at (813) 202-1950, Ext. 126 or
ashannon@wellbridge.com.
AGES 4-14: The Temple Terrace Parks
and Recreation Department is con-
ducting registrations for an afternoon
junior program and a series of summer
camps. Call (813) 989-7180.
AGES 5-18: A USNTA certified profes-
sional is offering free first private
lessons. Call (813) 486-8909 or e-mail
coachvalencia@msn.com.
DISABLED: Free lessons for players of
all ages are available each Friday in
Brandon and Tampa. Call Lauren Bopp
at (813) 598-8809.

Send announcements at least
two weeks in advance to Youth
Signups via e-mail
(sports@tampatrib.com), fax
(813) 259-8148 or mail to The.
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By BOB AUSTIN
Tribune correspondent
He strides upon the ap-
proach, 13 pounds of bowling
ball in his two-fisted grasp,
and sets himself up for a
right-handed attack on the
pins.

carefully mea-
sured steps, the
ball zips out
over the second
arrow, slowly
Ritz edges down the
60 feet of lane at eight mph
and then begins its curvature
toward the 1-3 pocket.
Sometimes the ball ex-
plodes the pins. Sometimes it
doesn't.
Whatever the ball does, Ray
Ritz is happy.
Ritz is delighted to plant
his feet into his bowling shoes
once a week, drag his ball out
of the bag and average 150
over a full winter season in
the Tuesday Night Dreamers
League at Oakfield Lanes in
Brandon.
That's because Ray Ritz
entered into this world on
Sept. 20, 1911 in the regions of
Pennsylvania.
Which means he's 95 years
young.
"I started bowling when I
was 16," Ritz said, "and I was
a pretty good bowler up there
in Philadelphia. I was in a
semi-pro league and averaged
around 200. Never had a per-
fect game, though."
After retiring as a salesman
for Wawa Dairy Products in
1974, Ritz and his bride of
then 32 years, Betty, bid
adieu to the cold northern
climate and moved to St.
Petersburg.
For a number of years, Ray
and Betty bowled in the Su-
per Seniors (75 and older)
league at Seminole Lanes in
St. Petersburg. They also trav-
eled to Brandon on Tuesdays
to bowl with children and
grandchildren at Oakfield
Lanes.
Betty was the Super Seniors
secretary. However, when
macular degeneration left
Betty, five years Ray's junior,
with eye problems two years
ago and unable to drive, Ray


LOCAL BOWLING


decided to concentrate his
bowling only at Oakfield
Lanes.
For the Oakfield bowlers in
general and the Tuesday
Night Dreamers bowlers in
particular, Ritz has become
their "love affair."
And on Jan. 9 of this year,
that adoration came to frui-
tion.
"Their 65h wedding anni-
versary was on Wednesday,
Jan. 10," daughter Shirl Grund
said. "So, since we were
bowling the night before, it
was decided to celebrate at
Oakfield Lanes after our
league finished that night."
Unfortunately, the celebra-
tion had to be put on hold.
Ritz began the evening's
bowling with a 149.
His name was then an-
nounced as the winner of the
50-50 jackpot. When he re-
ceived the money, he began
walking to the back of the
bowler's circle to present the
money to his wife.
Ritz never made it. Halfway
there, he collapsed. Basically,
his heart had stopped.
"A sheriffs deputy began
resuscitating him while 911
was called," Grund said.
Paramedics arrived and
brought Ritz back to con-
sciousness. Upon his depar-
ture on a stretcher, he was
given a standing, hand-clap-
ping ovation.
Doctors at Brandon Hospi-
tal discovered his heart was
beating too slowly. A pace-
maker was installed. Upon
awakening from surgery, his
first words to the doctor
were, "When can I bowl?"
It was eight weeks before
Ritz could return to his favor-
ite sport.
"I was ready to go back to
bowling right away, but the
doctors wouldn't let me," Ritz
said. "I guess He wasn't ready
for me yet. I feel terrific. I
don't have any pain, nothing.
If I felt like this all the time, I
could go on forever."

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Adult Fag Football
Tourney Approaches
PLANT CITY A Summer
Adult Flag Football Tourna-
ment will be held in August,
with registration this month.
The Plant City Recreation
and Parks Department is
sponsoring the event, which
will take place at the Otis M.
Andrews Sports Complex on
Aug. 18.
There will be 4-on-4 and
7-on-7 formats, with each hav-
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itive level.
The cost is $220 per team.
Register at the Recreation and
Parks Administration building,
1904 S. Park Road, through July
28.
Participants must be at least
16. The event, a double-elim-
ination format, starts at 9 a.m.
For information call Larry
Langston at (813) 659-4200,
Ext. 4302, or e-mail llangston
@plantcitygov.com.


Kickball League
Kicking Off
PLANT CITY Beginning
Tuesday, the Plant City Recre-


action and Parks Department is
staging a Co-Ed Kickball
League.
The registration fee is $125.
Players can register from 8
a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through
Friday at the Recreation and
Parks Administration building,
1904 S. Park Road.
Games will be played at the
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The league is for ages 16 and
older. For information, call
Larry Langston at (813) 659-
4200, Ext. 4302.

British Soccer Camp
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PLANT CITY The Plant City
Recreation and Parks Depart-
ment is registering partici-
pants for the competitive-level
version of the Challenger Brit-
ish Soccer Summer Camp.
The-camp is July 23-27 at the
Otis M. Andrews Sports Com-
plex.
Online registration at
www.challengersports.com
provides information and a gift
for those who register early.
Host families for the visiting
British coaches also are need-
ed.
For information, call special
events coordinator Stephen
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ACROSS
1 Hiring no-no
5 Tour grp.?
8 Cuba's role in
Boyz N the Hood
11 Luster
16 Sharp part
17 Smitten by, with
"of'
19 Excellent
21 Greeting heard
at the health
expo?
23 Bess's
predecessor
25 Food-sampling
sign at the
seaweed booth?
26 Chaucer effort
27 out a win
28 Colorist
29 Smears on paper
31 Measure
32 Son of Atticus
34 Realtor's hope
37 With 90 Across, a
red wine
38 Successful
eHarmony
outcomes
39 Score after
deuce
41 With 50 Across,
meat-lover's
wise-guy reason
for not sampling
the cereal?
46 Skimpy skirt
47 Rap sheet list
48 Uses finger
paint
49 Six-inch or
footlong
50 See 41 Across
52 Some swallows


53 Voice quality
54 Club stint
55 Fill divot holes
56 Keel scraper
57 Tune heard at
the natural-soup
exhibit?
64 Gave one's word
65 January, to Juan
66 Group's
possessive
67 Time out of a
sort
68 Halfway through
the 17th century
69 With 80 Across,
song heard at the
"Berries Go with
Everything" -
booth?
76 Cent gent
77 Lubricate anew
78 Just money?
79 Adolph of
publishing
80 See 69 Across
83 Fraud
84 Filmmaker?
85 Altoids rival
86 Furniture wood
89 Serpent's tail?
90 See 37 Across
91 Celestial flasher
93 Toll road
95 -de-sac
96 Gondolier's need
97 Country with the
most health-food
booths at the
expo?
104 Have food
delivered
106 Like "regrets," as
heard at the "My
Whey" booth?


107 Arizona tourist
stop
108 Enlivens
109 Wild about-
110 Wee whelps
111 L.A. hours:
abbr.
112 Yard bird?
113 Pollyanna's
Richard

DOWN
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2 Like some
thoughts
3 "We're sitting
on !"
4 Tired, in baby
talk
5 Tire, in French
6 Teri of film
' 7 Tan etal.
8 Tramcars,
variantly
9 Freshwater
minnows
10 's Ice
Cream
11 Incredible
bargain
12 Rome septet
13 Blunted blade
14 Pilot's guess:
abbr.
15 Just in time
17 Temple city E
of Lisbon
18 Brit. honor
20 Teases
22 Spud's buds
24 Good name,
briefly
26 Atoll bought
by Brando
30 Least shy


31 Cash boy
32 Malfunctions
33 Polish prose
35 Outmoded
money
36 Give off
37 Sound happy
38 ER or OR figs.
40 Monroe-Cotten
film -
42 Head-banging
Howard
43 The world, to
Caesar
44 No longer used:
abbr.
45 First family's
fourth
47 Coatroom
features
51 High flier
52 Bus. card datum
53 Its lid becomes a
cup
55 Vacation
destination
56 Plant fungus
57 Boards
58 User of boards
59 Strung along
60 Surround
61 Nervous types
62 Beginning of a
cycle?
63 Reason for being
denied a beer,
perhaps
64 Shell game
68 Kitty's cry
69 Ball belles
70 Hogwarts letter
carrier
71 Rel. to ships
72 Cat's haven
73 Accomplishing


74. Kirk adversary
75 Mrs. Hoggett of
Babe
77 Palais VIP
78 Upgrade, as an
airplane
81 Nabisco
82 Colorful boxful
87 Church areas
88 Firing place
90 Chevron sporter:
abbr. "
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Jazz spot?
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17' 1988 Bayliner
Bowrider, 85 force eng
w/ 300 hrs, runs great
$3000.813-210-1409

18' 1980 CheckMate Ski
Boat, newer 200hp Mere
motor, alum trir, runs
great, fast! $1900obo
813-754-4507 716-7006

18' 1993 Angler 120
Johnson, Furuno fish
depth finder, 30 gal live
well, 2 batteries, over-






th r vEHxyd
sized trailer,
Bass & Bay, 2001 200
Mercury w/3 year w(rr
left. Trolling motor,
depth finders, gauges
are all 2001. Hyd jack
p late 2006. Ex cond.
$18K obo 352-585-3406

18' Bowrider 2.5 I/O, Bi-
mini top with full cover
on trailer,
$2,100
813-926-0341

19' Starcraft 2004 Aurora
Deckboat, 140hp Suzu-
ki, Exc Cond, Tand Axl
Tr $22,900 obo Great
Boat! 813-949-2751
20' Bayliner Trophy,
1997, 120Hp Force Mer-
cury, 2005 trailer, Well
Maintained, Runs Great
$8,000 obo 352-597-0394


( Boeats 7)
20' KEY WEST 2020 CC
2000 Merc. 150 EFI,
$14,500 (813)239-6929


21' 2007 Sea Fox,
Suzuki 150, 25 hrs,
5+ yr. Waranty, alum.
trlr., many extras mint
cond. 37K OBO.
saucierl3@aol.com
22.5' 2003 REGAL BOW
RIDER, 5.0 Volvo,
AM/FM/CD w/ remote,
VHF, depth finder, car,
peting, fire suppr., dual
batt., bimini top, cus-
tom cover, trr, asking
$24500obo 813-433-3805
27 Boston Whaler 2004
Conquest Twin 150 Opti
Max/loaded Warr'd till
'09. Exc coan Alum trir.
$68,000. 863-559-6438
28' PROSPORT Pro Cat,
twin 150 Yamaha salt-
water series, T top,
electronics exc condo.
$34,990. 863-944-6261
36' Mainship aftcabin,
twin 270's, trawler
style many upgrades,
excellent condition
$49,000. 813-645-4429.
Time for a new car?
Choose from a variety
of new and used cars
every day in the
Classified section.


f(Boat Slips / Storage)
OUTDOOR STORAGE
Benjamin Rd., boats,
RVs auto, trucks.
$40+/mo. Secured loc'n
813-684-9171

Boat Supplies &
Accessories
BAY Area Motor Works
Engine rebuild & install
Up to 3yr warranty
Auto/ Boat/ RV
813-926-9994

BOATLIFT & cradle, the
finest alum. boatlift &
stainless hardware, 8-
24Klb, professional in-
stall, available (remote
avail.). Pateco Manufac-
turer, Inc. 727-397-8130

MERCURY 150hp, digital,
Opti-max, purchased
July 06. Warranty til Ju-
ly 09. Less than 100 hrs.
20" shaft, $7900. 813-
831-4052, 813-833-0312.

1 Boats Wanted )h
BOAT Donations Wanted
To Support Clearwater
Marine Aquarium,
Tax Deductible
727-409-6282
Want to reach
customers in search of
quality products and
services? Classifieds
ran


TRANSPORTATION


Auto Engines /
Parts / Misc.
BAY Area Motor Works
Engine rebuild & install
Up to 3yr warranty
Auto/ oat/ RV
813-926-9994
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt 90 days
up to 3 yrs warr. M-F'9-
5. Member BBB. Installs
avail. 813-875-1500
TIRES & Rims, 24"
Chrome Rims,
Slightly Used,
$2800 obo
813-433-8751_

( Trucks Light Duty)
CHEVY 1996 P/U, 4x4, V6
AT, short bed, good
tires brakes, runs
great, good gas mileage
$3W2060ob0. 813-785-4081
FORD 1983 F150XLT Ext
cab, Loaded, AC works
great, Great work truck
need paint. $1,300 as is.


( Trucks Light Duty ))
FORD 2002 F150- Extend-
ed cab great work
truck 7700 gbw, AC,
$6,006 obo Please Call
815-363-3733

TOYOTA 2001 Tacoma
2WD, auto power steer-
ing, am/.m CD, alloy
wls, bedliner, 95K mi.
Exc. $8500 813-681-7634

( Trucks Heavy Duty)
CHEVY 2002 Siverado
- 2500 HD, 4x4, Crew Cab,
Fully dloaded Leather,
Tow Pkg, $17,500 obo
813-956-7983 ,

GMC 1997 3500
BOX TRUCK
$3250 OBO
813-263-6979

( 4-Wheel Drive
FORD 1978 4x4, Great
condition, All Original,
2nd Owner,
$4,800 OBO
13-654-5957 ..

JEEP 1997 WRANGLER,
4cyl, dark blue 77K
miles, alloy wheels 33"
tires, new A/C, $7,500
obo. 813-453-5991

TBO.com,
KPvwnrl- arwpplkpr


( Vans )I
GMC 1998 Safari Low Top
Conversion, 94K mi,
auto, cold AC, tv/vcr
exc cond, BB $7995 -
Sell $6,500 813-830-3776
PLYMOUTH 1991 Handi-
capped-van, raised roof,
Braun factory conver-
sion, w/lift & compan-
ion seat new paint & in-
terior 82k miles. $7500.
813-884-7921.

PLYMOUTH 1996 Grand
Voyager se v 6 radio,
ICD,.pwr locks, pwr
windows rear A/C
$ 2000(813) 363-3678



.CHEVY 2000 Blazer,
black, 2dr, Exc. Cond.
New Tires Well main-
tained $4 50
813-924-7 23
CHEVY 2002 Suburban
Royal blue w/beige Ithr
int, DVD, OnStar, tow
pkg. Exc Cond. GMAC
maint, all new tires,
best offer over $18k
941-776-3470; 962-3341
FORD 1996 Explorer XLT
4WD, teal green with
alarm system 125K
miles, $3000 -
Call 813-684-6424
FORD 1998 Explorer
Sport, one owner, auto,
cold AC. full power
equipment, chrome
wheels, running boards,
mint condition, $3450
obo 727-942.2323.
FORD 2003 ESCAPE XLS
4A4. all power, great
condition 64k, new
tires and battery.
$7,500. 813-810-7868l
FORD 2003 EXPEDITION,
I owner, champagne,
immaculatee, siiOaroomr
'condilion must se,
$15,500.8.13 .82-2551
GMC 2006 Nulkr, 15001.L,
white w. grey tnr int.
36K mi., 26,01.10 Avail.
7.'13. Call 813 662 0868

ISUZU 2002 AXIOM.
25impg. grav. Ioa pkg.
ail pl r. Jisc CD.Iugg.
rjc1 n'wn hres. ]0OK
mi. $5.500.81 3495 3642
JEEP 2005 LIBERTh LIM
iTED 42, 20,000 mi,.
DARK Ki4AKI EXT w/
GRAY LEATHER INT.
$14,500, (813)643-0224
JEEP 2005 WRANGLER
Golden Eagle, 6cyl auto,
tow brackets & wiring,
4,500 miles, like new,
$21,500.813-927-4814
KIA 2002 Sportage
96,000 mi, 5 doorMs)
PRICED TO SELL! Origi
nal Owner. Perfect
mech Excel Appear-
NEW ENGINE $4900 obo;
(813) 598-9376 bruce@
mrtampanorthl.com.
LAND ROVER 2006 LR3
V8, HSE, 7 passenger,
fully loaded, GPS, low
mileage, $47,900.
813-309-1781.
NISSAN 2003 Pathfinder
LE, 26K, 5drs, auto, 6cyl,
2WD, Sec Sys, Leather,
Beige $18500 813-352-
4515 813-971-8119

IF Scooters / Mopeds
SCOOTER 50cc, only
40mi, 30mph, street le-
gal, perfect cond owned
By senior seats 2 Irg
tires $740 813-633-2222
Painting or remodeling?
Need a tutor or piano
lessons? Turn to At
Your Service for a
multitude of businesses
and services that can
lend a helping hand.
You'll find listings
to suit the needs of
: any occasion.
Call 813-259-7500


( Motorcycles )
CASH paid for junk mo-
torcycles. We pay up to
$200 cash for any cycle
running or not. ine
cycle.com 727-247-8785
HARLEY 1996 Springer
Softtail Black ow
Miles, Mint, Sr Owned/
maintained Extras 813-
220-0906 $9750 OBO
HARLEY 2001 Dyna Low
Rider, 145Qcc, 8700mi,
Nice shape, low miles.
$11,500
813-355-1247
HARLEY 2 0 0 4
SPORTSTER low miles,
lots of chrome, HD
pipes, windshield,
$90.352-799-3248
HARLEY Davidson 1988
FXRS Low Rider 1340 cc
Evolution 61,943 miles
(813)841-7891
tvickerl@tampabay.rr.c
om
HARLEY Davidson 1973
Shovel FL- motor re-
built 05', runs/looks
great! elec./kick start
$5500 Call 813-610-1778
HONDA 05 Shadow Aero
750, 10,500mi, windshid,
saddlebags, cover, back
rest chrome! $4500
Looks new 813-623-3935
SUZUKI 2002 800cc
11,000 miles, many ex-
tras. Looks brand new.
Garage kept -
$3975 352-854-7279

G olf Carts
GOLF CARTS
wanted. Buy/Sell/Trade
Chargers, parts all
related. 813-645-4515
or 813-484-9855 Ruskin

[[ ATVs T =
HONDA TRX70 '86, ATV,
Newly Rebuilt,
Runs Good,
$800 obo
813-651-1598

(Automobiles Wantedi
BUYING autos, any & all,
Cash in your hands,
running or not. Fast free
dependable pickup 24/7
V 813-610-7887
CASH on the Barrel for
autos, running or not.
Will come pick them up
& paying more Call Rob
813-610-1535 24/7
CASH ON THE SPOT
Cars, Trucks, Vans
Running Or Not
Free Pick Up, 24/7
813-416-1082

JUNK CARS, Trucks, any
vehicle hauled away for
free! Must have title or
pa erwork. Call
813-874-5933
WANTED
Dead or Alive
Cars Trucks & Vans.
Cash Paid. Free Pick Up.
813-389-3048

ics& Antiques
CHEVY 1955 Bellaire
Sport -Coop V8 265
Lt Blue/White Gorgeous
Car Serious Inquiries
$35K obo 813-299-6806
Corvette 1966 Stingray
Coupe. White V8 in Ex-
cellent Cond. w/ Power
Breaks & Bucket Seats.
$90K. 813-454-4295.
FORD 1986 Mustang
Coupe, 351 W, w/Trans
Brake, 9" Ford Rear
end 456 gear, & More.
$500/obo 813-996-3556
Mercedes Benz 1970 600
Limo. 6.3L Engine w/
All Pwr White Antique
in Excellent Condition.
$60K. 813-454-4295.
For a good buy,
shop in Classifieds.


LAutomobiles for Sale)
A A Rated Donation Do-
nate Your Car, Boat or
Real Estate IRS Tax De-
ductible. Free Pick-
Up/Tow Any
Model/Condition Help
Underprivileged Chil-
dren
www.outreachcenter.or
g 1-800-693-7911
BMW 20015251
Extended warranty, 4dr,
blue w/camel Ithr intr,
77K mi, $16K obo
813-870-1975; 598-2127
BMW 2004 325i 30K Mi
Like New, Warranty,
Beautiful color Combo,
1 owner, $22 950 obo.
813-361-1846
BUICK 2003 LeSabre
Custom, loaded mint
condition, $10 606
813-685-5314
CADILLAC 1999 Con-
course excellent
condition, 91k miles,
Great deal! 1st $5900
takes it 813-732-7436
CADILLAC 2002 DEVILLE
pearl/leather, OnStar,
warranty, immaculate,
$16,800
813-382-2551
CHEVY 2006 Cobalt LS,
14,000 miles, CD player
le h20 CoDlyer,
Slike new, A/C, AT,
silver 2 door.
$11,00. 813-996-4478
CORVETTE 1978 25th
Anniv, 80% restored w/
new partsstunning
looks all invoices,
$12,900. 813-385-1673
CORVETTE 2004 Black
Coupe Heads up display
6 spd, prem wheels
showroom cond. 10,700
mi $34,500 813-685-5252
DODGE 2000 Intrepid ES,
152K mi, blue w/grey
leather, loaded, cold
a/c, runs & looks great
$2950 813-951-1722
DODGE 2003 Dakota V8
grer int/ext 27k mi fully
oaded, bedliner, like
new, tow pkg $11,900
obo 813-918-7028
DONATE A Car Today To
Help Children And Their
Families Suffering From
Cancer. Free Towing.
Tax Deductible. Child-
ren's Cancer Fund Of
America, Inc.
www.ccfoa.org 1-800-
469-8593


DONATE- YOUR CAR,
BOAT OR RV HELP
CHILDREN FIGHTING
DIABETES. Tax deducti-
ble, fast, free towing,
need not run. Please
call Juvenile Diabetes
Research Foundation
#1-800-578-04081
FORD 1992 Escort
$100 Police Impounds!
or listing;
Call 1-800-366-9813
ext. 4124
FORD 1994 Taurus 4 dr,
auto, 4 cyl 91k miles,
cold AC, clean in/out
$1800 by owner. 813-
401-0120, 813-249-1127.
FORD 1996 Mustang Co-
bra SVT, 9K m, Mystic
paint, mint ondion.
Must see. $19K Show
car. Bob 813-920-3352
FORD 1996 TAURUS Wag-
on 4dr, 6cyl, Low Miles
79K Good Condition.
$2,595 OBO. "
83-407-8848
FORD 1999 Taurus, auto,
A/C, PW, PDL, rebuilt
engme-70K, new alt
new front tires, looks
good, runs great! $2400
obo 813-758-1202
HONDA 1990 Accord, on-
ly 128K mi., 4 dr, new
*AC battery stereo. Re-
liable! $1850! 1-877-870-
5342 (car in Tampa)


I[Automobiles for Sale
HONDA 1995 Civic
$500 Police Impounds!
for listing,
Call 1-800-366-9813
ext. C752
HONDA 2001 Accord V-
Tech,2 dr coupe, Auto,
Sunroof, CD Loaded,
118k, $6c995. xc cond.
813-936-8385
JAGUAR 2001 XK8 coriLS
vertible silver with
black top, showroom
condition, 53K miles,
$24900obo 727-492-0505
JAGUAR 2003 XJ8-
Black/bone leather,
sunroof, new tires,
loaded runs excellent,
$15,900. 863-559-9012
KEEP FLORIDA CLEAN
$ $ $ SELL YOUR
$ JUNK CARS $
727-364-5125
KIA 2007 Spectra EX )
white/tan, 1200mi, Au-
to, Factory warranty
Carfax certified. $11,950
727-564-8963.
LEXUS 2002 ES300, pearl
white with tan leather,
sunroof, 93K miles, exc.
condition, must see!
$13,900. 813-965-6550
LINCOLN 1994 Mark VIII
white diamond paint,
black leather uphols-
tery 125K, $3200.
813-383-5945
LINCOLN 2003 Towncar,
Congressional very
nice, loaded, D, low
mi Must Sell $12,825
obo 813-601-2534
MERCEDES 2005 E320 se-
dan, 1 owner, 24K miles,;
fact warr.,perfect, lists
new $51 000, asking
$34,500. 813-220-5204
MERCURY 2003 MARAUD-
ER, all power, leather,
low miles, warranty,
showroom cond, extras,
$16,900.813-907-2128
MITSUBISHI 2003 Galant
ES- pearl white, 4 dr.,
auto., still under warr,
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NISSAN 2002 Altima 2.5S
old/beige int., airbag .
AC, keyless entry"
alarm, Bose stereo/ pwr
W/L exi cond/.serv rec.
$12,00. 813-672-8784.
PORSCHE 1997 Boxster
Very LowMiles, Fully
Loaded Must Sell
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813-601-2534
SATURN 2002 L300, 6cyl
55K miles,' excellent
condition, leather load-
ed 6 CD, sunroof, tint
$899 813-267-5912



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VOLVO 2004 C70 conv.
Mint cond., silver
w/navy blue top, 34k
miles $100k warr.
$22,990. 813-244-7449.
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