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Publication Date: September 12, 2007
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WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBER 12, 2007



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SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES


New Rules
Contestants for 2008
Florida Strawberry
Festival queen will
have new rules. See
Betty Briggs' column.
Page 3

Old Publication,
New Technology
A decades-old
agriculture
publication is now
available on the
Internet. See Plant
City Update.
Page 8


Tribune photo by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
A "Hats On" fundraiser involving students and staff members at Area 6 schools is being conducted to help finance a new playground
facility for special-needs students at Willis Peters Exceptional Center in Dover.


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A Dover school with an enrollment that includes blind and medically fragile students
is trying to raise $200,000 to build a playground that is handicapped friendly.
A unique fundraiser is helping.
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A Helping Hand
Wilson Elementary
gets new computers
and a lab, thanks to a
company's help.
Page 16

Distinguished Grads
A lawyer, an admiral
and the one-rime
"world's strongest
woman" are among
the graduates honored
by Plant City High.
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Principal
PLANT CITY Danny Pickern,
a Plant City High and Uni-
versity of South Florida gradu-
ate, is celebrating 25 years as a
Plant City educator.
He holds a master of educa-
tional leadership and is the
new principal of Shiloh Ele-
mentary, Plant City's first
charter school.
Pickern, a high school class
president, member of the
National Honor Society, recip-
ient of the Tony Saladino
Award recognizing the most
valuable baseball player in the
county, and history teacher,
including Bible history for 11 "
years at Plant City High, is a
dedicated husband and dad.
"I've got an all-star team,"
he said.
That team includes three
teachers of the year from area
schools, Kayla English Forcuc-
ci, Angel Bates and Erin Gentry
Haczynski; a cum laude gradu-
ate, Joyce Hobson; a Blue Rib-
bon school intern, Lauren Hall;
Presidential Academic Schol-
arship recipient Matthew Hall;
Colleen Kuhlmann, whose
students last year passed
FCAT Writes with a 3.5 or
above; Rachael Bowen, magna


Celebrates 25 Years And Counting As Educator


BETTY BRIGGS
Columnist


cum laude graduate; Gena
Dempsey, an honors graduate
and head softball coach at her
last school; and two dynamic
and talented first-year teach-
ers, Samantha Snow, complet-
ing her master's degree, and
Velda Hopkins, a 14-year
teacher's aide who recently
earned her teaching degree.
Keeping the team on its
toes is Sheila Pickern, the prin-
cipal's secretary, married to
his first cousin, who was em-
ployee of the year for three
years at Marshall Middle
School in Plant City.
Pageant Candidates
Have New Rules
PLANT CITY Times, they


Photo by BETTY BRIGGS
Shiloh Elementary Principal Danny Pickern talks with Angel Bates,
a kindergarten teacher at Plant City's first charter school.


are a changing and so is the
Florida Strawberry Festival
queen pageant. The Plant City
Lion's Club will soon kick off
its annual scholarship event
and there are some changes
contestants need to know.
Contestants, Plant City area
residents between the ages of
16 and 20 as of March 11, must
attend a mandatory orienta-


tion, along with a parent or
guardian, at 2 p.m. Nov. 11 at
the festival expo hall to learn
the new rules. Contestants
must have a 2.75 unweighted
grade-point average.
There will be standard
swimsuits from which the
contestants must choose and
other details will be discussed.
After the orientation, appli-


Is organizing the
Florida Strawberry
Festival queen
pageant
cants will be accepted on a
first-come, first-serve basis,
and the number of contes-
tants is limited to 35. Five
alternate applications will be
accepted in the event that
contestants drop out prior to
Dec. 1.
The application deadline is
noon Nov. 19. All applications
must be hand-delivered to the
festival office. A $25 applica-
tion fee is required.
The 73rd annual pageant
will be Feb. 2 at the Tomlin
Middle School auditorium.
For information, call Jodi
Smith at (813) 757-8574.
Bell Takes Second In
Shooting Contest
PLANT CITY Jamie Bell of
Plant City, one of 600 shooters
who competed at the National
Wild Turkey Federation's 14th

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annual Turkey Shoot held
Aug. 17-19 in Forsyth, Ga.,
placed second in the premier
sporting clays tournament. He
broke 33 clay targets while
competing in the Pump Event,
a class of the Hunter Division,
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Club.
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Family Plants More
Seeds Of Friendship
PLANT CITY Fences might
make good neighbors in some
places, but in Plant City the
Keel family takes the honors.
Lifetime resident Betty
Chambers commented to her


Calling All Newcomers
For A Great Escape
PLANT CITY Dianne Wynne
wants to let newcomers know
that Tampa Bay Newcomers
welcomes them to the area
and wants to help them get to
know the social and service
events that are available.
Their next get-acquainted
event is a Beach Bunnies es-
cape Sept. 26. Call her at (813)
486-1279 for information
about the event and the club.

Unity In Community
To Benefit From Walk
PLANT CITY Marsha Pass-,


neighbors, the Keels, on what
a beautiful yard they had. One
morning her doorbell rang
and the whole family, Billy
Keel, wife Donna, and sons
Bryson and Justin, was on her
doorstep. She looked and saw
they had planted 80 plants in
her front yard.
Billy Keel and Chambers are
not just neighbors, they hold
leadership roles with the Flori-
da Strawberry Festival; Keel is
an associate director and
Chambers a director on the
festival board.


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that will benefit
the charitable
organization,
Unity in the
Community. The


Hopewell "Lantern" Ghost
Walk will be held Oct. 27 and
begins in downtown's McCall
Park and Drane and Collins
streets.
Tickets will include hot
dogs, drinks and stories, as
well as a walk in the historic
district with battery operated
lanterns or flashlights.
For information and tickets,
call Passmore at (8i3) 737-
3128.
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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.


Today

Mommy, Maybe Daddy
Mommy and Me, a play-
time for mothers and tots ages
2 and up, is from 10 a.m. to
noon at the Planteen Recre-
ation Center, 301 N. Dort St.,
Plant City.
Dads are welcome, too, to
the free group, which will
meet every Wednesday at the
same time. Call (813) 659-
4256.

Sparkling Fundraiser
Today is the reservation
deadline for South Florida
Baptist Hospital's llth annual
Diamonds & Denim Gala, to
be held from 7 to 10 p.m. Sept.
27 at the Florida Strawberry
Festival's expo hall.
Tickets are $50 per person.
Proceeds help the hospital's
community outreach pro-
grams. Call Judy Martin at the
hospital at (813) 757-1277.

Revival Comes To End
A revival that started Sun-
day concludes at 7 p.m. at
Sydney Baptist Church, 1510
Cre Road, Dover.
A former church pastor, the
Rev. Mack Luke, will speak
and former musical director
Jim Hagan will lead the music.
Call (813) 659-1559.


Thursday

Safety First
Infant and child car safety
seat checks are available free
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.at South
Florida Baptist Hospital, 301
N. Alexander St.
Appointments are required
by calling (813) 754-4444.


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Mary Jane Aguilar leads the beginner-intermediate belly dancing
class Mondays at Planteen Recreation Center.


Making Plans
Young professionals who
belong to the Plant City Photo
Archives' Bailey-Eastman
Group will have a planning
meeting at 5:15 p.m. at the
archives Exhibit Gallery, 119 N.
Collins St.


The meeting is open to
interested professionals ages
25 to 49 in the Plant City area
and to the public. Call (813)
754-1578.

Save The Date
Rob Turner, Hillsborough


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County property appraiser,
will be the featured speaker at
6 p.m. at the monthly meeting
of the Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club.
The meeting will be at the
Red Rose Inn and Suites, 2011
N. Wheeler St., and a buffet
dinner will be available for
$15. Call (813) 754-0424

Friday


Music And Coffee
Entertainer Larry By Myself
performs at 7 p.m. at Espress
Yourself Coffee 101, 101 E. J.
Arden Mays Blvd., Plant City.
Call (813) 659-0101.

Saturday


Big Day For Car Lovers
The National Street Road
Association will hold an ap-
preciation day starting at 10
a.m. in the area around the
Union Station Welcome Cen-
ter and Railroad Museum, 102
N. Palmer St.
Later, the monthly Straw-
berry Classic Car Show is from
4 to 9 p.m. in and around
McCall Park at Collins and
Drane streets.
Call (813) 754-3707.

Meal And Music
A covered dish luncheon

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including a concert featuring
The Master's Four Quartet is
at 11 a.m. sponsored by the
Adult Ministries of Berea Bap-
tist Church, 4305 S. James L.
Redman Parkway, Plant City.
Call (813) 737-1232.


Meet The Author
Dorothy Johnson Jones, a
Plant City poet, will sign cop-
ies of her book "Hidden Trea-
sures in God's Word" at 2 p.m.
at Barnes & Noble bookstore,
122 Brandon Town Center,
Brandon.
Call (813) 650-8629.


Calling All Kids
Kids Night Out, a back to
school jam, is from 6 to 9 p.m.
at Planteen Recreation Center,
301 N. Dort St.
The supervised event in-
cludes pizza and fun for
youngsters 6 to 11.
Cost is $5 per person. Call
(813) 659-4256.

Destination Performs
Musical guest Destination
Unknown will perform at 7
p.m. at Espress Yourself Cof-
fee 101, 101 E. J. Arden Mays
Blvd.
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Learn The Moves
Belly dancing classes are
from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Monday
at Planteen Recreation Center,
301 N. Dort St., taught by
Mary Jane Aguilar.
The classes teach the basics
at a beginner level with con-
centration on movements and
the isolation of movements,
body conditioning, dance,
posture and balance.
The cost is $35 for five
weeks of classes or $5 per
class. Call (863) 682-6009.

The Stage Awaits
Auditions are at 7 p.m.
Monday through Thursday for
Plant City Entertainment's
upcoming comedy, "The
Mouse that Roared."
The auditions will be at the
Trinkle center at Hillsborough
Community College's Plant
City campus, 1206 N. Park
Road. The cast will include
about 15 men and 15 women.
The production dates are
set for Nov. 9-10 and 16-17.
Call (813) 503-7993.

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Farm & Ranch News
Can Be Found Online
After nearly 50 years in cir-
culation, the Farm & Ranch
News has made the leap onto
a new platform: the World
Wide Web.
The independent newspa-
per, which covers agriculture
in the Tampa Bay area, will
publish monthly in print but
its launch into cyberspace
broadens readership, said
editor and publisher George
Parker Jr.
The Web site, www.farm
andranchnews.com, debuted
in August. Each page of the
most recent issue is repro-
duced online, including every
article and advertisement,
Parker said. Content exclusive
to the site includes photo
galleries, where readers can
buy photographs that did not
make it to print.
Parker said the response to
the online version has been
positive.
"It's amazing," Parker said.
"I did not expect to get imme-
diate results."
Parker, a longtime reporter
who got his start at The (Plant
City) Courier in 1958, was an
editor at the Brandon News
from 1960 to 1976. Although a


pad and pen are familiar tools,
Parker said, a keyboard and
mouse took a little getting
used to.
"I was dragged five years
ago into the 21st century,"
Parker said of getting his first
computer. "Now I can't live
without it."
He founded what became
the Farm & Ranch News in
1959, while he was working at
The Courier. The agriculture
beat always fascinated him.
"The people in agriculture


are really salt-of-the-earth
type people," Parker said.
"Very honest and hard-
working."
The newspaper was estab-
lished formally in 1974, "when
I found out it could put grits
on the table," he said.
Parker, 70, said he cannot
imagine a life other than pub-
lishing, either in print or on-
line.
"I have ink in my veins," he
said.
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All Slots Filled
For Barbecue School
If you haven't signed up for
next month's Kansas City
Barbecue Society-sanctioned
judging school in Plant City'
you are out of luck for this
year.
Once again, all the spaces
have been taken, with 25 or so
people on a waiting list, said
Marion Smith, president of
the Greater Plant City Cham-
ber of Commerce. This is the
third year the chamber has
helped sponsor the school as
a prelude to the Plant City Pig
Jam. At the school, students
learn the fine art of judging
barbecued meats.
The school will be held Oct.
22 at Grandpa Johnson's Bar-
beque restaurant, Plant City.
The annual Plant City Pig
Jam State BBQ Championship
will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Nov. 17 at the Randy L. Larson,
Softball Four-Plex, 1810 E.
Park Road.
Dave Nicholson

Gott To Sign Copies
Of Plant City Book
Gil Gott, executive director


of the Plant City Photo Ar-
chives, will sign copies Satur-
day of his recent book, "Re- -
membering Plant City. Tales
from the Winter Strawberry
Capital of the World."
Gott will sign books from 10.
a.m. to 2 p.m. at Espress Your-.
self Coffee 101, 101 E. J. Arden
Mays Blvd. The book was
published by The History
Press, Charleston, S.C., and
will be offered at a $2 discount
from its retail price of $21.99. .
The book has 192 pages, 120
photographs and 39 stories
about the people, places and
activities of the greater Plant
City area. Gott wrote most of
the articles.
The tales include ones
about former longtime Plant
City radio station WPLA, and
about a huge frozen food
plant off Laura Street that
burned in the 1970s.
Heather Davis, co-owner of
the coffee shop, is partnering
with the Photo Archives in the
book signing. She said she has
developed an appreciation for
local history since her shop
opened this spring.
A former president of the
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce, Gott is an adjunct
history instructor at Hillsbor-


ough Community College:and
has received degrees.from' .
Georgetown University in
Washington, and Indiana
University of Pennsylvania.
For information, call the
Photo Archives at (813) 754-
1578;.
Dave Nicholson
Building Permit Activity
Is Down Again
Plant City still is feeling the
pinch of the nationwide
downturn in real estate and
development.
August:was another off
month for building permit
activity in the city, records
show.
Builders pulled permits for
nearly $4.4 million worth of
construction in the month,
compared with about
$9.6 million in August 2006.
For the year, permit activity
was down more than 50 per-
cent. In the first eight months,
$50.9 million in permits were
pulled. That's less than half
the $116.4 million in that peri-
od in 2006.
Last year's figures included
a $39 million permit for work
at the city's utilities plant.
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A Playground Hat Trick


By GEORGE NEWMAN
The Tampa 'Iibune
DOVER Thinking caps were on this year as
school officials set about finding a way to
raise enough money to build a play-
ground for special-needs students in east
Hillsborough County.
They settled on a plan to let students and
staff members pay for the privilege of wearing
hats to class on two specific days.
Students at the Willis Peters Exceptional
Student Center in Dover will benefit from the
fundraiser organizers will help with to raise
$200,000 needed for the playground. Peggy
Ferro, the Willis Center administrator, is excit-
ed and appreciative of the fundraising effort.
"As part of Dover Elementary School, we are
a center-school for students who are trainable
mentally handicapped, physically handi-
capped, visually impaired, medically fragile,
and deaf-blind students living mostly in east-
ern Hillsborough County," Ferro said. "Our
students range in age from 3 to 22 years old.
And our student enrollment averages around
120 students. Our low enrollment numbers


A special 'Hats On' fundraiser in Area 6
schools will help raise money to build a
playground for special-needs students.


DIewr Exreprional School
BFjndiess Gamma Playground
DoLer. Flortida


Miracle Recreation Equipment Co.
The proposed playground for the exceptional student center will
be handicapped accessible and appropriate for all age groups.'


make it very difficult to finance school projects
through parental involvement alone. We real-
ized that we needed help and got it from other
Area 6 schools. Together we can do great things
for these exceptional students."
The playground used by the center's 3- and
4-year-old Head Start students is not wholly
handicapped accessible, and is not designed
for older students. The new playground will be
handicapped accessible and is appropriate for
all age groups. Miracle Recreation Equipment
Co. provided an artist's rendition of the pro-
posed facility, called a Boundless Gamma
Playground.
"This idea of a completely accessible play-
ground for the students at the Willis Peters
Center originated several years ago when Plant
City dedicated the Gilchrist Park [handicapped
friendly] playground," said Barbara Franques,
general director for Area 6 schools. "The city
asked us to participate in the grand opening by
having students from the center help christen
the park. When we saw how much joy the
playground brought to our students we decid-
ed right then to upgrade the school facility. It


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has taken some time to get to this point, but
everything is falling into place."
Ferro said Franques and Kathe Moore, .su-
pervisor for exceptional students in Aiea 6,
have coordinated a fundraiser for all schools in
that area, including Plant City, Dover and
Valrico, to help finance the building of the
playground.
Area 6 schools are participating in the Hats
On for Willis Peters Playground fundraiser,
Ferro said. Students and staff members may
donate $1 to wear a hat to school. The first
"hats on" day was Friday and the second is
Nov. 16.
The 28 public schools in Area 6 include
about 26,000 students and 2,000 staff members.
Marie Caracciola, principal of both Dover,
Elementary School and the Willis Peters Cen-
ter, said the playground will be a dream come
true for the students and the center.
"We so appreciate the support of the parents
of all the students in our area," Caracciola said.
"The new playground will be wonderful for all
the students who use it. The benefits will be
realized not only by the special-needs students,
but by the entire school, the community as a
whole and the families we see every day."
Through the efforts of the Willis Peters staff,
students and parents, and a special plea made
by Franques through the Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce to area businesses,
churches and individuals, the center has re-



Peggy Ferro, administrator of the Willis Peters Exceptional Center,
says there will be numerous benefits to the students once the
playground becomes a reality.


HOW YOU CAN HELP

SWHAT: Willis Peters Exceptional Student Center. 2919 Nelson Ave.,
Dover, is raising $200.000 for a handicapped accessible playground
RAISED SO FAR: $45,000 in cash and services
ABOUT THE CENTER. Willis Peters' 120 students include the trainable
mentally handicapped, physically handicapped, visually impaired,
medically fragile and deaf-blind. The playground also will be used by
students at Dover Elementary School, which shares the campus
CONTACT. Call the center at (813) 757-9462


ceived donationl,pf about $45,000 in cash and
in-kind services &the construction of the new
playground. .
The donation include $25,000 from Floyd
Hall, president 6F Sunshine State Federal Sav-
ings and Loan in Plant City. Other donations
include those from the Brandon Hospital Aux-
iliary, the Brandon Masons, Sims Crane, Hub-
ert Allen Inc. and numerous personal contribu-
tions, Ferro said.
Franques said she and Cathy Valdes, the
Hillsborough County School District chief fa-
cilities officer, worked out a way to help pay for
the construction of the playground. The dis-
trict has a program in place where a school can
gain matching funds up to $50,000 for an
improvement project not provided for in the
school district's annual budget. Each school
can ask for matching funds once in a three-
year period. The playground project's fund-
raiser will be eligible for matching funds.
"We are hoping the parents, students and
staff will make this fundraiser a great success,"
Franques said. "If the participation is high
enough we will be able to reach our goal,
possibly without asking for additional match-
ing funds."
Ferro said Willis Peters Center students live
in Temple Terrace, New Tampa, Tampa, Bran-
don, Seffner and Plant City.

See HAT DAYS, Page 13 N


Although this playground at Dover Elementary School is available for use by some of the younger students at adjacent Willis Peters Exceptional
Center, a fundraising program in Area 6 schools will help finance a playground that is totally accessible for the special-needs students.














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AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: //(I')[ iaui t. -'. fi.,
Mount Olit- Il I3 In lt.i..01ini if
Mount Olive: Horton Rd, 73" --"S

APOSTOLIC
Asamblea Apostolica
1501 Coison Rd, 737-3496
Apotolic churchh of .le'u (hriL.L
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ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Lik.: P.ot ueri. .- '1

Bethany. .<. liun,.i'\ t.t

Calh aa ellonsh ip:
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Christian Lile As.embly:
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Doter First: iR' Ti- P&ilc- Ria (bh'-,"34i
Faith Temple: 1-4 at thliI~',gi.i
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Faith Lighthouse: 3,' )y,9 "-52 .15i
tir t",int n tu (iite Grn/fi Rndp
11 .if, i 52- iij'5
Fort lMafia: 'mrner ol'/',utli, fi 3:1
S AIl'le Ri 3'--no56
. Kei-Aille: 41/.'64. -48'1 3
Mount lion: I 4t 4 TL11 i..tOri,i a "'i' 1 '/f14
Pleasant Grote: furkLtr (. rk Rd.d 34129
victor) Worship Center: (ountr lite 1,/
-4 .-.",f4,
Sydney: "I'nt hR. I/ 10ni ti
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Turkeyt reek: furtar t ri.rt "R 5-1

BAPTIST
Alia: F,,kl' (-r'ui Ri A R i i'

Alafia Baplistc 2.VL)lii fi. 'buKt. Rd.

,Antioch. H!,rf,,/ Rk- -.j -21
Berem- st.9 5 "--1/23
Bethany I or' Rfd, -592-'09
Bethel. ,L4 if Ri7ifrn, i' -i J4 .
Beulah:./lle&it I ,CiU.r' li'ne Id
liln., --3' 112
Bible: (Oiurle inflii it -52.2 !ri
Burcnhood Temple: [uchli Or SiR i-

Catar') Free Will: j9,y ,ira ,../Ri[
Cedar Groie: F A illel Cd "rf 124
Central of Uthia: hit irver hrAslle RI
Church on die Rok. 301 f I ib/t./,#A
"'-2. i"'4
Community) Christian:
1./i. \ %1,irnon n'4, "~54-58i
(ro',vroads: NRf.9 i Aitinevs.
"3 -" 12i I
Countr)side BaptiL- Church:
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BAPTIST CONTPD
Dover First N GallagherRd 659-0203
Eastside: 1318E. Calhoun St, 754-2681
East Thonotosassa: Mcintosh
& Knights-GriffinRd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of Midway:
Midway Rd, 752-7209
First Baptist lithia Intersection ofSR 39 &
Lithia-Pinecrestl Rd, 737-1121
First Plant City: 503 N. Paer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
Mclntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 W Knights Grifin Rd, 986-7165
Hopeweaver 567-5548
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: PaulBuchman Hiy, 752-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd, 752-2006
Lone Oakl Lone Oak Rd, 754-5278
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754-4397
Mount Moriah Fretwill:
X42 ti.,,',.u i!,1 -3."440
Moun Olixe:4 114 iii'I "'1. i
Ne% Hope Fre,,ill Baptist Church:
3101 ulain er htr l,. Loo tlr
Nen ML Zion Freeill:3i'el [ti.oih.i CJ

Northside: /"'t0 h %V r trnklii "i.t--"'
(A, .il A.4irth.,n Rd. "i2.-54't
Plant Citl Primiti'e: 50) v iern Stv

Pleasant Grome First lurkri Ctr / RJd
-i--'.552i
Shiloh Bapist Church:
'f) I 't 'nlz i)r -I."T* -ji
Springlhead. h t. \tis RkJ. ".w --*'"!9
St. Luke Mis,,ionar): i/r8 ( tWurrel/
"i.4-41v2
SL Maiy's Freeill: Mller h.iarit i

SL Man Missionar: I-.i i"k Ult

SL Mary' Communif ) church :
9*1- [ Liurd tl '"*41616
Sydne): lilti) (Ra 659.15t2
Turkey Creek Communit) Baptis Church:
5-4" hurkev Cree RJ 813-'-1 11 4
Turkey Creek Firu- frapne fiR

aittory Missionary: it./ RI,
Welcome Baptist: 113sr Itilconi
(ntrch St (8131 "-_-..!288
,estside: 2iyi' W G6railell. lie,
-521 /450
Whitehurst Rd:./1 ai nic laturvfRl ,
S4 541.. .

PRIMIlVE BAPTIST
Little ULnion: ji5ni0 ita RJd.39
luilL i f''li- ~ I
Salem Primithe:
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CATHOLIC
St Clement: 1104N. AlexanderSt,
752-8251

CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 Wilder Rd, 752-2771
Cork; Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St 1310 E. Laura St, 752-2858
Springhead: WtignsRd, 754-1485

CHRISTIAN (Disciples of Christ)
First 2108 Thonotosassa Rd, 752-5385

CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian: Mclntosh Rd,
NofSR574

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214E. Laura St

CHURCH OF GOD (Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Community: 5209 Smith-Ryals Rd
Dover Downwing St, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudiake Rd, 752-4591
Turkey Creek: Turkevy Creek Rd
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fhonolo a..-a:
1-/i \ Li/.r o R_1 9'i i' .

CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson. Indianl)
Kingsiay First: 2,itt.ry'A',tl V
.tff, ("-"5c ,
Plant (it): icr,;'e fre,.l tip

First % tU(t ,i'i ,'A il' r' %it.

Gospel fabernade: .fin, i/ ,imci it

EPISCOPAL
St Peter's: 301 \ ,..,i ,,


FULL GOSPEL
D)i-dny Church of Plam (ity:
1112\i Itiekr iV.
y13.-i5. 218i

HOLINESS
Dell'erance Tabernacle:
.4iI Wr GranTt 5
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
-28 I Rd 51

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2ill imniunJ'diRi "-.5
Restoration Assembhly
/16 s Firo if
Eiangelists for Jesus Tabernacle:
lR 5" it ofI 'ter 659-0102

INTERDENOMNATIONAL
Calhary Chapel Plant City:
.111 \Vl, )ihv.biKa n.lr l 2 i.f/t
Chr.ti.an Groirth Center.
/1310/V Nlihmiu'. "1y-.2)9


INTERDENOMINATIONAL (Cont'd)
Covenant Bible Church: 1001 East Baker St,
Suite 200, 754-4920
Deeper Life Fellowship:
CovillaRd, WofSR39N.
Revival Outreach Center.
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall: 3202 N. MarylandAve,
752-3345

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ LDS:
1805N. Park Rd, 752-6364

LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd, 752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064

NAZARENE
Plant City Community Church of the
Nazarene: 2?0? Iflittl Rpvi. t 2.- 7f

NON-DENOMINATIONAI.
Full Gospel Fellowship:
U t'l r, .lit
full Gospel Tabernacle:
2.3 I ,imiinond Rld "5 4-:iM.
Greater Loie Christian Center:
//(1 .\ tira lm x "59-,'tlI
Impact Family Worship Center:
liV't ,it ieilrer lt'nse".larr
'l... 6- 9 ")14-
Kainos international Church of florida.

Grace Bible Mimstries:
102jill i Illtitxugh.w-," "-20-4
Unity (hrist Church:
1911i t.iri %1 659-.2124
otuman's Praise and Waorship Center.
I 1 92 11

ORTHODOX
Hol Proletion Orthodox Church:
i2 Ilrrt .ike Rd AF Doir9 059-il423

PENTECOSTAL
Greater Heights famuil Worship Center.
3301 Cliu.,ns Rd. ".5'4- lk
Liing alers Foursquare Church:
(6. iS [eif, V. '9952-0
New Hope Viorship Center.
i9.i li "t.,.i: 't ~- 6/21

PENTECOSTAL HOUNESS
Doter-. Iti ir s Li.a lllr 11 1'
Church RI (.59-130i
Church of the Lihing God:
hiI( ler st, -5+4-.0

PRESBYTERIAN
EangelUcal Plant Ciy:
/I Ir" Ci~di'rtl jnfi RJd ~95')iy


PRESBYTERIAN (Cont'd)
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 WReynoids St, 752-4211

SANCITFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry.
15140 SR574, Dovern 659-0930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr
752-4694

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, INC
"SAFE" ("Single Again Fellowship
& Evangelism")
2011 South Wiggins Rd, 754-3224

SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W]ohnson Rd, 754-5968

UNTIED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St Mark United Church:

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UNnED METHODIST
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Grice: I' i r l. f e I (i .v ". fl'
Sunsel Heights: If;id'r fir "5 1 2+-41
Springhead: -2' A'/tnor41. oJ .

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Thonoloassa f Ar u 11q'l ,i
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Trinity Plant (ity
40k-' 1 1 ,,is _o,;t /. ,.,

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Plant City:
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Bail In Molestation Case


Upsets Prosecutors


The suspect faces
charges involving
sex with a child.
By RAY REYES
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Prosecutors
are upset that a judge set bail
at $5,000 for a Plant City man
facing child molestation
charges.
Ronald Andrew Hancock,
44, of 1001 Sandalwood Drive,
was released Sept. 5 from Ori-
ent Road Jail after posting bail.
Prosecutors argued at a hear-
ing Sept. 4 that Hancock's total
bail should be set at $115,000.
"I'm not happy," Assistant
State Attorney Anthony Duran
said. "I'm pretty upset with the
bond being reduced."
Duran said Hancock's lack
of a prior arrest record may
have been a factor in Circuit
Judge J. Rodger Padgett's deci-
sion to lower the bail amount.
Hancock had been held with-
out bail. No special conditions
were set regarding Hancock's
release, Duran said.
The public defender's office
had no qualms about Padgett's
ruling.
"In this particular case, the
judge did the right thing," As-
sistant Public Defender John
Skye said. "That's what judges
are for."
Padgett could not be
reached for comment, but a
representative at his office said
the judge would not comment
on pending cases.
Hancock was arrested June
25 after a month-long investi-



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gation by the Plant City Police
Department. Detectives were
questioning Hancock on an
unrelated incident when his
alleged involvement with the
victim was discovered, Plant
City police Sgt. Jim Shultz said
in June.
The investigation led to
charges against Hancock in-
volving a victim "he is no
longer in contact with," Shultz


said.
Hancock's charges include
sexual battery, unlawful sexual
activity with a minor, use of a
child in a sexual performance
and lewd and lascivious bat-
tery. Hancock's next court date
has not yet been set.

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


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LONE OAK
BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road, Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School- 10:00AM
Morning Worship- 11.00 A.M.
Evening Worship 6.00 PM.
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
7.00 PM.
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor

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Downtown Plant Citv
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754-3519
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"The majority of our stu-
dents live in eastern Hillsbor-
ough County within the Plant
City and Dover area," Ferro
said. "Participation from the
students, parents and staff of
the Area 6 schools is defi-
nitely critical to our fundrais-
ing success."
Ferro said there will be
numerous benefits to the stu-
dents once the playground
becomes a reality. Students
from Dover Elementary will


share the playground to en-
courage interaction with Wil-
lis Center students.
Ferro said she is over-
whelmed by the participation
in the special fundraising
program.
"I can't express how
moved I am by the generosity
and sense of family and com-
munity that the Area 6
schools have shown," Ferro
said. "The entire staff at the
center is extremely thankful
for everyone's participation."

Reporter George H. Newman
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Club Clips lists meeting times for
clubs and organizations.
WOMAN'S CLUB: The Woman's
Club of Plant City holds its reg-
ular meetings at 10:30 a.m. the
second Tuesday monthly at the
Woman's Club House, 1110 N.
Wheeler St. Board meetings are
9:30 a.m. the last Monday
monthly.
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB: The
Plant City Junior Woman's Club
meets at 7 p.m. the second
Thursday monthly at the Wom-
an's Club House at 1110 N.
Wheeler St. (813) 928-0211
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Patch Quilt Guild meets at 7:15
p.m. the second Thursday
monthly for a business meeting.
The club also meets from 10
a.m.-noon Wednesdays for a
sit-n-sew. The meetings are at
the Winter Visitors Center, 304
Dort St. (813) 752-0679.

CIVITAN CLUB: The Plant City
Civitan Club meets at 6:45 a.m.
the first and third Thursday
monthly at the Orange Blossom
Tea Room, 106 S. Evers St. (813)
986-2827.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY:
Habitat for Humanity of Plant
City meets at 6 p.m. on the
third Monday monthly at Keller
Williams Realty, 1701 S. Al-


exander St. Call (813) 717-7946.

LIONS CLUB: The Plant City
Lions Club meets at noon Tues-
days at the Red Rose Inn and
Suites, 2011 N. Wheeler St. (813)
752-6193.

FEDERATED REPUBLICAN
WOMEN'S CLUB: The Plant City
Federated Republican Women's
Club meets at 6 p.m. the second
Thursday monthly at the Red
Rose Inn and Suites, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Dinner buffet is $15.
(813) 754-0424.

TOASTMASTERS CLUB: The
Plant City Toastmasters Club
meets at 7:30 a.m. Thursday at
the Greater Plant City Chamber


of Commerce, 106 N. Evers St.
(813) 752-4949.
NOONDAY ROTARY CLUB: The
Plant City Noonday Rotary Club
meets at noon Mondays at the
Red Rose Inn and Suites, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. (813) 299-2233.
ROTARY DAYBREAK CLUB: The
Rotary Daybreak Club meets at
7 a.m. Monday in the commu-'
nity conference room, South
Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N.
Alexander St. (813) 363-7189.
KIWANIS CLUB: The Plant City
Kiwanis Club meets at noon
Wednesday at the Red Rose
Inn and Suites, 2011 N. Wheeler
St. (813) 752-6171.


AL-ANON MEETING: Hope Al-
Anon meets at 7:30 p.m. Mon-
days at St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
Room 7. (813) 752-5316.

STRAWBERRY STITCHERS: The
Strawberry Stitchers are looking
for willing hands to help with
sewing and stuffing teddy bears
for charity. The group meets at
7 p.m. Thursday at the Winter
Visitors Center, 403 Dort St.
(813) 990-9155.

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PLANT CITY Not that it was
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books in the renovated class-
room.
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computer workstation at Wil-
son Elementary School, Bryan
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refurbished classroom at the
school, 702 W. English St., and
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of Plant City, Fla., passed away
Sunday, September 2, 2007.
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his wife, Nancy Crosby, and son,
James Crosby (Andrea), both of
Plant City, Fla.; daughters,
Deborah Overstreet (Clay) of
Kissimmee, Fla., Vicki Mizrahi
(Mark) of St. Cloud, Fla., and
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Frances Batchelor (Bill) of
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grandchildren, Christa, Cole,
Claire, Junior, Cameron, Jacob
and Sylvia. Funeral services
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September 6, with visitation-
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City-based Creative Games In-
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About 135 people about a
third of them GTECH employ-
ees gathered in the audi-
torium to celebrate the
school's newest educational
addition. Among those attend-
ing were Ross Dalton, GTECH
senior vice president; Florida
Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp; Plant
City Mayor Rick Lott: Hillsbor-
ough County School Superin-
tendent NlarnEllen Elia; Barba-
ra Franques, director for Hills-
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George Adkins, a GTECH
printing press operator whose
daughter, Katie, attended Wil-
son last year, helped initiate
the project after asking Dalton
about getting a corporate do-
nation for the fifth-grade ban-
quet.
"And that turned into this,"
Dalton said before the cere-
mony. "George said the school
lacked a lab and- it's very im-
portant for us to do something
when our employees become
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so involved with a program. I
asked him, 'Does the school
have enough computers?' and
I said, 'We're going to get you
some computers.'"
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'After School Advantage pro-
gram is geared towards nar-
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minorities, low-income homes
and single-parent families.
According to Hillsborough
County schools' 2006 statistics,
Wilson Elementary had about
380 pupils, including 215 mi-
norities and 280 who were
economically disadvantaged.
Kottkamp said he hoped the
computer lab would help in-
spire Wilson's students to
someday become involved
with the transformation of
Florida's economy and the ex-
pansion of space -programs.
and biotech industries.
"The ability to expose our
children to technology early in
life is so incredibly important


Photo by PAUL CATALA
Ross Ormshee, 10, says the computer lab makes Wilson Elementa-
ry's after-school program more interesting and helpful.


to prepare them for the fu-
ture," he told the audience.
"What you're doing here is
critically important for these
children and the future of our
state."
The opening celebration
concluded with a tour of the
computer center and an origi-
nal song, "Oh Dear GTECH,
We Do Love You," sung by
after-school pupils.
Lott, who grew up near Wil-


son Elementary and often
played on the school grounds,
challenged the children to use
the computer lab to learn and
"dream big" for the future.
"It's so special to come back
to the school and see what all
has happened to it," he said.
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McCall Park at Collins ar
z streets. Dozens of 1982
5 older classics, antiques,
and custom vehicles will
display. Music is provide
and craft vendors also ai
C tured. (813) 754-3707.

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Palmer St. The dinner will sup-
port the club's scholarship fund
and other community projects
and includes spaghetti with
meat sauce, salad, garlic bread,
drink and homemade desserts.
Take outs will be available.
Donation is $6 per meal.

MYSTERY THEATER: An annual
mystery dinner theater spon-
sored by the Friends of the
Bruton Memorial Library will be
presented by the Bruton Memo-
rial Players Sept. 21-22at the
Trinkle center on Hillsborough
Community College's Plant City
campus, 1206 N. Park Road.
Doors opert at 6 p.m., and din-
ner will be served at 6:30 p.m.,
followed by the performance of
"A Chilling Night at Drafty Cas-
tle." Cost is $35-per person.
Tickets may be purchased at
Sunshine State Federal Savings


and Loan and Holiday Inn Ex-
press Hotel & Suites in Plant
City. For information about the
event and/or sponsorship op-
portunities, call Hal Brewer at
(813) 752-4949 or Pat Eifler at
(813) 267-0593.

MILITARY FAMILIES: The next
meeting of the Plant City Mil-
it.ary Family Support Group will
be 7 p.m. Sept. 25 at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St. The group is open to all,
especially military families. For
information, e-mail Lori Snively
at pcmilitarygroup@aol.com.

KEYSTONE CLUB: The Keystone
Club, a part of the West Plant
City Boys & Girls Club, will
sponsor a "World Wide of Play"
event from 3-5 p.m. Sept. 28 at
Snowden Park, across the Boys
& Girls Club at 901 S. Waller St.
The event is designed to pro-


mote healthy habits for children
and their families and includes
relay races, organized games,
kickball, basketball and other
activities. (813) 707-8490.

EDIBLE NATIVE PLANTS: Sid
Taylor, of the Hernando Chapter
of the Florida Native Plant Soci-
ety, will give a free lecture 7-
8:30 p.m. Oct. 3 at Bruton Me-
morial Library, 302 McLendon
St. Taylor's discussion on using
some of Florida's native plants
for food will be followed by a
native plant drawing sponsored
by the city of Plant City. Call
Shawna Himelright at (813)
757-9289, Ext. 2249.

SCHOOL SIGNUPS: The School
of Music and Arts is now enroll-
ing for the fall semester. Private
lessons are offered in piano,
guitar, strings, voice, drums,
clarinet and trumpet for chil-


dren, teens and adults. Group
music classes are offered for
preschoolers ages 3-5. All Les-
sons are at First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
(813) 750-4878.
GALLERY SCHEDULE. Plant City
Photo Archives, 119 N. Collins
St., is a museum of historic
photographs and maintains an
exhibit gallery with various
collections on display. The gal-
lery is open to the public 10
a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, Fridays
and Saturdays. (813) 754-1578.
SQUARE AND ROUND DANC-
ING: Strawberry Square Dance
Center, 4401 Boot Bay Road,
has various programs. (813)
752-0491.
Send items to Community Calendar,
The Tampa Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler
St., Plant City FL 33563, e-mail to
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earth to do.
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all."
The proof of that philosophy
will be in the pasta and, of
course, the pizza as Schia-
no, his brother Aldo and other
family members celebrate the
opening of their Italian restau-
rant this week in the historical
downtown district.
Campanella's Restaurant &
Pizzeria opened its doors
Monday at 110 E. Reynolds St.,
and Schiano, who was born
and raised in Naples, Italy, said
he is reaching deep into his
recipe file to create dishes his
family has enjoyed for genera-
tions.
"We have a lot of dishes,"
Schiano said in a thick Italian


Tribune photo by GREG FIGHT
Brothers Aldo, left, and Antonio Schiano are readying their Campanella's Italian restaurant for open-
ing this week at 110 E. Reynolds St. in the historical downtown district.


accent. "Veal, chicken, pizza,
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lunch menu with hot and cold
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ITALIAN EATERY


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Campanella's restaurant in Pi-
nellas Park. Schiano said he
chose Plant City as the second
location because he wanted to
give eastern Hillsborough resi-
dents a taste of authentic Ital-
ian food.
"I've come here so many
times," Schiano said about his
scouting trips to Plant City.
"And no pizza" downtown.
That changed when Chica-
no's restaurant recently closed
its doors and Schiano jumped
at the opportunity to fill the
vacant Suite 100 of the Lee
Building with his brand of
cooking.
"It's a beautiful building,"
Schiano said.
Suite 100 has also seen its
share of owners close shop
over 10 years. About a half-
dozen restaurants .- from
American cuisine to Tex-Mex
- never gained a foothold.
The failed establishments in-
clude a pizzeria.
Schiano shrugged it off and
said Campanella's will be a
success. He credits the family
atmosphere he instills in his
restaurants, the dishes he cre-
ates and his employees for that
confidence.


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WHAT: Campanella's Restau-
rant & Pizzeria
WHERE: 110 E. Reynolds St.,
Suite 100
HOURS: 11a.m. to 10 p.m.; the
restaurant will be open seven
days a week until the owner
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CRIME TRACKER
This is a partial list of crimes and
service calls reported Sept. 2-8 to the
Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office.
Questions about a specific event
should be directed to the sheriff's
office at (813) 247-8200.

33527
Al Simmons Rd, Block 3000, resi-
dential burglary, Sep. 4,9:06 a.m.
Blue Sky PI, Block 1100, stalking, Sep.
3, 3:20 p.m.
Blue Sky PI, Block 1100, theft, Sep. 8,
2:52 p.m.
Bragg St/Lindsey St, prowler, Sep. 3,
1:26 a.m.
Clinton St, Block 14500, disturbance,
Sep. 7,12:04 a.m.
Cynthia Ln, Block 12900, noise
complaint, Sep. 5,4:34 p.m.
Dover Rd N, Block 3100, drug law
violation, Sep. 7,12:56 a.m.
Dover Rd N, Block 3100, drug law
violation, Sep. 7, 2:07 a.m.
Downing St, Block 14600, assault/
battery, Sep. 4, 9:03 a.m.
Downing St, Block 14600, elderly
abuse/neglect, Sep. 8, 6:07 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 14400, dis-
turbance, Sep. 7, 8:02 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 14600, theft in
progress, Sep. 8, 9:43 p.m.
Forbes Rd S, Block 1700, criminal
mischief, Sep. 5,11:20 a.m.
Gallagher Rd, Block 3600, loose


animal, Sep. 6,4:17 p.m.
Gallagher Rd, Block 3800, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 4, 6:31 p.m.
Gallagher Rd/Walden Sheffield, DUI,
Sep. 7,4:26 a.m.
Gavin Rd, Block 14000, residential
burglary, Sep. 4,1:17 p.m.
Grant St, Block 14500, noise com-
plaint, Sep. 8, 7:45 p.m.
Holiness Church Rd, Block 14100,
stolen vehicle, Sep. 4, 6:50 a.m.
SKim Acres Ln, Block 1800, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 7, 9:26 a.m.
Lindsey St, Block 3800, discharge
firearm, Sep. 7,4:50 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Sep. 2,9:57 a.m.
Maple Nut Ln, Block 13300, dis-
turbance, Sep. 3,11:58 p.m.
Marcia Oaks Ln, Block 4600, dis-
turbance, Sep. 8,1:42 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 12400, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 3,12:28 p.m..
Mcintosh Rd, Block 3900, neighbor
trouble, Sep. 8, 5:48 p.m.
Moores Lake Rd, Block 3300, theft,
Sep. 8, 1:31 p.m.
Moores Lake Rd, Block 3400, resi-
dential burglary, Sep. 4, 2:51 p.m.
Neeley Rd, Block 13500, assault/
battery, Sep. 3,11:11 a.m.
Rutherford Dr, Block 1900, domestic
violence, Sep. 3, 2:29 p.m.
SR 60 E/Atkins Ranch Ln, deputy
crash no injuries, Sep. 5, 3:37 a.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 3100, prowl-
er, Sep. 4, 11:53 p.m.


Sydney Rd, Block 14500, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 2,10:22 a.m.
Sydney Washer Rd/Salem Church,
illegal dumping, Sep. 5, 8:01 a.m.
Tanner Rd, Block 1000, residential
burglary, Sep. 6,9:38 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 13500, theft, Sep. 4,
11:09 a.m.
US 92 E/Bethlehem Rd, disturbance,
Sep. 2,12:35 a.m.

33540
Dormany Rd N, Block 6800, dis-
turbance, Sep. 4,8:17 p.m.
Dormany'Rd W, Block 6000, criminal
mischief, Sep. 4,6:50 p.m.
Holloman Creek Ct, Block 6400,
loose animal, Sep. 8,12:29 p.m.
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 4800,
stolen vehicle, Sep. 4,4:58 p.m.

33563
Beauchamp Rd, Block 4700, dis-
turbance, Sep. 5, 2:51 p.m.
Forbes Rd N/US 92 W, illegal dump-
ing, Sep. 6,11:41 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd N/US 92 W, DUI,
Sep. 5,1:33 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 4600, residential
burglary, Sep. 3, 7:21 p.m.

33565
1-4 Westbound/Thonotosassa Rd,
DUI, Sep. 8, 8 a.m.
Bethlehem Rd N, Block 2000, dis-


turbance, Sep. 3, 8:28 p.m.
Bob Head Rd, Block 5700, animal
call, Sep. 5, 9:05 a.m.
Branch Forbes Rd/Thonotosassa,
traffic crash/injuries, Sep. 3, 1:56 p.m.
Charlie Taylor Rd/Swindell, criminal
mischief, Sep. 4, 8:12 p.m.
Cork Rd, Block 4300, neighbor
trouble, Sep. 8, 7:30 p.m.
Cork Rdsam Allen Rd W, disturbance,
Sep. 8,3 p.m.
County Line Rd N/US 92 E, liquor law-
violation, Sep. 4,8:08 a.m.
Creekstone Ct, Block 5500, prowler,
Sep. 8,11:48 p.m.
Forbes Rd N, Block 3900, domestic
violence, Sep. 4,2:34 p.m.
Gamelou Ln, Block 4900, distur-
bance, Sep. 8, 5:30 p.m.
Harvey Tew Rd, Block 5500, assault/
battery, Sep. 7,11:46 a.m.
Harvey Tew Rd, Block 5500, dis-
turbance, Sep. 2, 11:19 p.m.
Harvey Tew Rd, Block 5500, dis-
turbance, Sep. 3, 9:34 p.m.
Harvey Tew Rd, Block 5500, dis-
turbance, Sep. 6, 7:11 p.m.
Harvey Tew Rd, Block 5500, domes-
tic violence, Sep. 7,11:44 a.m.
Island Pond Dr/Young Rd, dis-
turbance, Sep. 7, 3;32 p.m.
James L Redman Pwy, Block 3400,
animal call, Sep. 3, 9:45 a.m.
Keene Rd, Block 3700, bomb sweep,
Sep. 2, 8:46 p.m.
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 6700,
disturbance, Sep. 3, 9:30 p.m.


Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
5, 2:04 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Sep. 2, 9 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Sep. 2, 9:26 a.m.
Maki Rd, Block 2300, neighbor
trouble, Sep. 4,7:45 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 12400, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 3,12:28 p.m.
Park Rd N/US 92 E, liquor law vio-
lation, Sep. 4, 8:06 a.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy, Block 6000,
residential burglary, Sep. 3, 9:01 p.m.
Red Egret Ln, Block 3600, distur-
bance, Sep. 7,4:22 p.m.
Renfro St W, Block 600, assault/
battery, Sep. 2, 6:39 a.m.
Sam Allen Rd W, Block 4900, dis-
turbance, Sep. 7, 8:26 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 5700, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 3,12:50 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd/Branch Forbes,
illegal dumping, Sep. 4, 5:39 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd/Sam Allen Rd,
traffic crash/injuries, Sep. 3, 12:50 p.mn
Thonotosassa Rd/Forbes Rd N,
traffic crash/injuries, Sep. 3,12:50 p.m.
Tyler St S, Block 900, drug law
violation, Sep. 6,1:49 p.m.
Tyler St S/Ball St W, drug law
violation, Sep. 5,11:03 p.m.
Tyler St S/Ball St W, drug law
violation, Sep. 5,11:04 p.m.
Waller S/Renfro St W, drug law

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Plant City High
* inducts trio of
high-achieving
alumni.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Tamunpa Tribune
PLANT CITY -A simple meth-
od has been found to link the
present with the past at Plant
City High School; students can
view outstanding alumni on
the school's newly dedicated
Wall of Fame.
The first three alumni in-
ducted were announced Aug.
30 at the school. A framed
photo and list of achievements
will be hung in the indoor
lobby at the school's entrance
to honor each inductee.
The initial recipients are
Chester R. Bender, a 1932 grad-
uate who went on to be a
four-star admiral in the Coast
Gjiard and member of the mil-
itary's Joint Chiefs of Staff;
James L. Redman, a 1949 grad-
uate who served as a state
representative from 1966
through 1978, and practiced
law for 48 years; and Janice
Suffolk Todd, a 1970 graduate,
who while earning a doctorate
in philosophy at the University
of Texas set a world record in
power lifting in 1975, her first
of many such records, and was
recognized for 11 years by
Sports Illustrated and The
Guinness Book of World Re-
cords as the strongest woman
iA the world.
Trent Hobbs, an assistant
principal at the school, worked
for several years to develop the
Wall of Fame program.
"We developed this idea to
promote school spirit and help
students participate in our
school's history," Hobbs said.
"We wanted to offer recogni-
tion to our outstanding gradu-
ates and present them as role
models for participating stu-
dents. The attending students
asd those in the future .may
aspire to one day be listed with
these great representatives of
our school."
Sole Survivor
Family .members of those
inducted were on hand to re-
xgive a plaque commemorat-
ing the event and a gift certif-
icate to Carrabba's Italian
Grill.
Todd, the lone survivor of
the three inductees, flew in
from Austin, Texas, where she


Tribune photos by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Family members of the late James L Redman, a 1949 Plant City High graduate, attended the school's
Wall of Fame presentation ceremony that honored Redman and two others. Seated from the left are
Pam Bowden, Susan Sullivan, Ruby Jean Redman, and Jeanne and Jackson Knotts. Standing from the
left are Andy and Drew Knotts, Chris Sullivan, Brad Sullivan, Chelsea Bowden and Reagan Knotts.


teaches Sports History and
Sport And Ethics at the Uni-
versity of Texas.
"I am deeply honored to be
one of those chosen for the
Wall of Fame," Todd said. "It's
nice to be recognized, partic-
ularly in your hometown. But I
must say it seemed strange to
walk into this school to be
inducted. It's not my school."
Todd attended high school
in what is now Tomlin Middle
School on Woodrow Wilson
Street. The present-day high
school on West Alexander
Street opened in 1972.
"I remember we had great
teachers when I was in school.
I particularly remember Lillian
Boland," Todd said. "She
taught journalism and social
studies. As a senior, I was the
editor of the school paper, The
Spokesman. I have always en-
joyed writing."
Many of her articles in
weightlifting magazines speak
to the danger of even an occa-
sional use of anabolic steroids,
Todd said.
Todd publishes an academ-
ic magazine for physical fit-
ness. In the fall, she is opening
a 27,000-square-foot museum
and research center at her uni-
versity. She also manages the
operation of the Arnold Clas-
sic, an annual sport, weightlift-
ing and body-building event
named after. California Gov.
Arnold Schwarzenegger that is
held annually in Columbus,
Ohio.


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Janice Suffolk Todd, center, a 1970 graduate who was once known
as the world's strongest woman, made the wall of fame. Her
mother, Wilma L White, and her sister, Linda Carlisle, attended.


Accepting the commemorative plaque honoring the late Admiral
Chester R. Bender, a 1932 graduate, were family members Jane
Bender, left, Claire Bender Soar and Ann Bender Baker.


Bender Blues

Admiral Bender was born in
Burnsville, W.Va., in 1914 and
moved to Plant City with his
parents in 1925. After graduat-
ing from high school and re-
ceiving math and English tu-
toring by Mary L. Tomlin, he
entered the Coast Guard Acad-
emy and became the first Flo-
ridian to graduate from the
academy when he received a
bachelor of science degree in
engineering and a commission
to ensign.
While at the academy,
Bender was a member of the
boxing squad, a gun captain
and humor editor to the cadet
yearbook, "Tide Rips."
Before World War II, Bender
served on patrol vessels in the
Atlantic and the Great Lakes
Region. When war broke out in
1941, Bender flew antisubma-
rine patrols from Elizabeth
City, N.C. After a promotion,
Bender served as commander
of an air-sea rescue unit in
California until December
1944. He served as Far East
adviser and liaison officer for
the remainder of the war.
In 1959, after two decades of
aviation duty, he assumed the
command of the Coast Guard
cutter Bering Strait, based in
Honolulu. President Lyndon
Johnson nominated Bender
for flag rank, and he was pro-
moted to rear admiral that
year.
President Richard Nixon
nominated Bender to be com-
mandant of the Coast Guard in
1974. With that position he sat
on the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the
highest possible position for a
military officer.
Bender was so instrumental
in the design of the Coast
Guard's uniform that it bears
his name: the "Bender Blues."
Bender died in 1996.
Community Leader
Redman was a three-year
letterman in football, basket-
ball and baseball at the high
school. He was a member of
several school clubs, a class
officer his junior and senior
years, and a member of the
student council. At the Uni-
versity of Florida, he earned a
bachelor's degree in 1953 and
a law degree in 1958. He served
as a first lieutenant in the Air
Force from 1954 through 1956.
Redman became a partner
See WALL OF FAME, Page 27 I









CRIME TRACKER


Continued From Page 25

violation, Sep. 6, 11:48 a.m.
White Ibis Ln, Block 3600, neighbor
trouble, Sep. 7, 4:28 p.m.
Whitehurst Rd, Block 1500, neighbor
trouble, Sep. 5, 4:36 p.m.
Wilder Rd N/Knights Griffin, drug
law violation, Sep. 5, 3:22 p.m.
Willaford Dr, Block 3900, distur-
bance, Sep. 4,12:23 p.m.

33566
Barrel Palm Way, Block 3900, do-
mestic violence, Sep. 3,11:23 p.m.
Branchwood Rd, Block 2400, dis-
turbance, Sep. 3,11:25 a.m.
Charlie Taylor Rd/Frontage, theft,
Sep. 7,12:26 p.m.
Clay Turner Rd, Block 3300, stolen
vehicle, Sep. 5, 11:01 a.m.
Clemons Rd, Block 3100, assault/
battery, Sep. 7, 2:55 a.m.
County Line Rd S/Fancy Farm, theft,
Sep. 7, 2:37 p.m.
Downing St/Forbes Rd S, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 7, 12:57 a.m.
Dr King Blvd/Forbes Rd N, DUI, Sep.
2, 6:55 p.m.
Drawdy Rd, Block 5000, theft, Sep. 8,
3:30 p.m.
Forbes Rd N/Dr King Blvd, domestic
violence, Sep. 5,1:35 p.m.


WALL OF FAME


Continued From Page 26

with lawyer John R. Trinlde in
1958 and helped build the
Trinide and Redman law firm
in Plant City. Redman was a
part of the firm when ie died
in May 2006. He served as. an
associate judge in Plant City
for six years. He was a deacon
and active member of First
Baptist Church of Plant City.
Redman was active in many
local organizations, such as
the East Hillsborough Florida
Alumni Association, Plant City
Lions Club, South Florida Bap-
tist Hospital, Junior Chamber
of Commerce, Law Library of


Forbes Rd S, Block 2400, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 3, 3:40 p.m.
Forbes Rd S/Downing St, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 3, 3:45 p.m.
Gentry Rd, Block 3600, animal call,
Sep. 7, 7:48 p.m.
Holland Grove Way, Block 4300,
theft, Sep. 2, 1108 a.m.
Jerry Smith Rd, Block 3300, loud
party, Sep. 3, 12:51 a.m.
Jerry Smith Rd/Trapnell Rd, loose
animal, Sep. 3, 8:43 p.m.
Jim Johnson Rd, Block 2600, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 6,12:59 p.m.
Juanita Dr, Block 3300, stolen vehi-
cle, Sep. 5,7:47 a.m.
Live Oak Dr, Block 2000, graffiti, Sep.
2, 2:17 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
6, 2:37 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Sep. 6,9:12 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Sep. 2, 8 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Sep. 2, 8:35 a.m.
Moonstone Ln/Clemons Rd, noise
complaint, Sep. 3, 1:59 a.m. -
Mud Lake Rd, Block 2800, residential
burglary, Sep. 4, 11:11 p.m.
Nesmith Rd, Block 3400, graffiti, Sep.
5, 8:03 a.m.
Nesmith Rd, Block 5100, criminal
mischief, Sep. 5, 8:40 p.m. .
Nesmith Rd, Block 5100, domestic
violence, Sep. 6, 4:41 p.m.
Nesmith Rd/Trapnell Rd E, loose

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Strawberry Festival, the area
United Fund, the county Civil
Service Board and many other
organizations.
"I can't imagine three finer
individuals to honor on the
Wall of Fame," Hobbs said.
"They were an obvious choice.
But all those who were nom-
inated will be considered for
recognition each year. Once an
application is submitted, we
will have it on file for evalua-
tion during each cycle."
Hobbs said he expects the.
framed pictures and text about
each recipient to be hung by
mid-October.

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


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animal, Sep. 6, 7:22 a.m.
Oakview Ln, Block 3000, distur-
bance, Sep. 7, 6:45 p.m.
Pandora PI, Block 4800, disturbance,
Sep. 7,11:07 a.m.
Pandora Pi, Block 4800, domestic
violence, Sep. 7,11:09 a.m.
Pandora PI, Block 4800, neighbor
trouble, Sep. 6, 1:11 a.m.
Sandy Curve Dr, Block 5200, theft,
Sep. 7, 6:32 p.m.
Slaten Rd/Forbes Rd S, traffic crash/
injuries, Sep. 5, 8:47 a.m.
Son Keen Rd, Block 500 loose
animal, Sep. 6, 8:17 a.m.
Son Keen Rd, Block 700, disturbance,
Sep. 5,12:29 a.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 1100, discharge
firearm, Sep. 7,12:28 a.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 2100, theft, Sep.
6,12:08 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 3100, stolen
vehicle, Sep. 6,7:15 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 4600, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 2, 8:13 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 2200, disturbance,
Sep. 8,10:22 p.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5300, stolen
vehicle, Sep. 5, 4:02 a.m.
Webber Rd/Lone Oak Rd, loose
animal, Sep. 8, 9:21 a.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 3000, dis-
turbance, Sep. 5,10:07 p.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 900, neighbor
trouble, Sep. 3,7:24 a.m.
Windmill Pointe Dr, Block 4400,
stolen vehicle, Sep. 4, 8:33 p.m.

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Sep. 7, 1:25 a.m.
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Branch Forbes Rd/I-4 Eastbound,
assault/battery, Sep. 3, 5:49 p.m.
Branch Forbes Rd/I-4 Eastbound,
drug law violation, Sep. 6, 4:40 p.m.
CR 39 S, Block 7400, loose animal,
Sep. 6, 8:52 p.m.
CR 39 S/SR 60 E, accidental injury,
Sep. 6, 5:04 p.m.
Dover Cliff Ct, Block 4700, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 7, 2:10 a.m.
Dover Cliff Ct, Block 4700, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 7, 3:34 a.m.
Edwards Rd, Block 4100, criminal
mischief, Sep. 4, 2:48 p.m.
Hawkins Rd, Block 4400, animal call,
Sep. 3,11:17 a.m.
Hawkins Rd, Block 4400, loose
animal, Sep. 3,10:07 a.m.
Holloman Rd, Block 1900, illegal
dumping, Sep. 5, 3:32 p.m.
Holloman Rd, Block 2200, noise
complaint, Sep. 3, 8:19 p.m.
Jerry Smith Rd/Touchstone, loose
animal, Sep. 3, 8:53 p.m.
Kilgore Rd/James L Redman Pwy,
person down, Sep. 6,1:12 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual battery,
Sep. 2, 9:18 p.m.
Luckasavage Rd, Block 5600, dis-
turbance, Sep. 8,11:14 a.m.
Mary Ivy Dr, Block 8500, theft of
service, Sep. 3, 3:23 a.m.
McDonald Rd, Block 100, business
burglary, Sep. 2, 5:33 p.m.
Nichols Rd, Block 2000, theft, Sep. 4,
8:52 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5300, neighbor trou-
ble, Sep. 3, 6:03 p.m.
SR 60 E/CR 39 S, assault/battery,
Sep. 8, 1:39 p.m.
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Plant City High will 15-1
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By DAREK SHARP hos
The Tampa Tribune the
PLANT CITY A couple of Blal
nearby opponents are on tap near
for the Plant City and Durant lege
high school football teams Fri- was
day: The Raiders will take a trip boa
to Riverview and Durant is front
challenging Newsome High. fina
Last year the Raiders caught TI
the Sharks at the right time, trac
prevailing 14-7 to finish the adv
regular season with a five- beei
game winning streak, two
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just been eliminated from cou]
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d coach Dan O'Regan.. take adv
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ged that O'Regan made
ile physical contact during head coach
halftime of a game against season's o
:e. But the complaint came 24-7 and h
rly a month after the al- The Sharks
d incident. However, it spent the
enough that the school ways to fre
rd prevented O'Regan JahleelAdd
n coaching in the season A 1,000-y
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ted, and Plant City took of this scl
antage. -The Sharks had granted a I
n 7-1 before losing their last Armwood,
games. received m
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ple of months later and is Addae stay
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had success running the ball on the
somethingg Plant City should be able to
antage of Kickofffrom Riverview is at


. Riverview lost this
pener to East Bay
ad a bye last week.
will no doubt have.
time working on
e up running back
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found himself in a
rsy before the start
iool year. He was
hardship transfer to
but after the story
tedia coverage .and
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ed at Riverview.
lart of a backfield


that led the Sharks to the 6A
region finals in 2005, has com-
mitted to play at West Virginia
University. His brother Jamaal
was a starting cornerback
there.
East Bay had success run-
ning the ball on the Sharks,
something Plant City should
be able to take advantage of.
Kickoff from Riverview is at
7:30 p.m.
Next week the Raiders start
district play against Blooming-
dale.
Also facing an east Hillsbor-


ough foe this week is Durant,
which will welcome former
Cougar player Kenneth His'"
cock and his Newsome
Wolves. Last year, Newsome
shut down the Cougars 16-3.
Newsome won its last six
games of the 2006 season, in-
cluding high-scoring district
wins over Freedom and Mid-
dleton that got the Wolves into
a three-way tie for first place in
4A-11.
This year's team doesn't
have that firepower on offense;
Newsome is attempting to re-
place four starters.
Kickoff from Ron Frost Ath-
letic Complex is at 7:30 p.m.

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at (813) 390-0105 or Paul Russo at
(813) 690-0275.
AGES 12-U: The Plant City Raiders are
conducting tryouts. Call Kyle Bruner at
(813) 659-9876 or (813) 416-3353.
AGES 12-U: A Tampa AAU team needs
players. Call Darryl White at (813)
679-2428 or Rob Cook at (813) 484-
7S00.
AGES 12-U: The Tampa Undertakers
need players for AAU and IBC play. Call
Rob Keesler at (813) 404-2630, Donnie
Oliver at (813) 404-2179 or Tim Moore
at (813) 917-9391.
AGES 12/13/14/16-U: Sal Urso's High
Performance Baseball is conducting
AAU tryouts. Call (813) 610-4745.
AGES 13-U: The Tampa Matrix are
conducting tryouts. Call Andy Northrup
at (813) 244-0373.
Basketball
GRADES 4-8: The Tampa Bay Inferno
will conduct conditioning and training
camps for boys and girls through De-
cember. Call Harold Givens at (813)
994-9933, Mike Bristow at (813) 601-
0426 or visit eteamz.active.com/tbi.
GRADES 11-12: Southeast Basketball
Academy will host a girls showcase
Sept. 22 and a boys showcase Sept. 29.
Call (813) 785-6878 or visit southeast-
basketballacademy.com.


ADULTS

Miscellaneous
COACHING: The Academy of the Holy
names needs coaches for basketball,
crew and soccer. Call Pete Young at
(813) 839-5371, Ext. 320.
FLAG FOOTBALL- The East Bay Flag
Football League is conducting registra-
tions for four-on-four men's and coed
leagues. Call Stuart Switzer at (813)
516-3217 or visit ebffl.com.
FUTSAL A men's league begins Sept. 19
i a co-ed league starts Sept. 21.
Contact Mike Connell at (813) 948-
5500 or mconnell@sportsandfield.net.
GOLF: The Plant City Optimist Club and
Plant City Recreation.& Parks Depart-
ment will host a tournament Sept. 22 at
Walden Lake Golf & Country Club to
benefit youth programs. Visit plantcity-


Football/Cheerleading

AGES 4-14: The Bay Area Raiders are
conducting registrations. Visit tamparai-
ders.com or call Melinda Moore at (813)
837-8996.
AGES 4-18: The Florida Wildcat All-Stars
have cheerleading openings at all levels
for boys and girls. Call Linda Martinez at
(813) 558-6675 or visit floridawild-
catallstars.com.
AGES 5-18: Bay City Cheerleading is
conducting registrations for cheer and
tumbling classes and tryouts for com-
petitive cheerleading teams. Call the
gym at (813) 741-0428 or Margaret
DeVore at (813) 727-5199, or e-mail
baycitycheer@msn.com.
Miscellaneous

JUDO: The Florida School of Judo offers
classes for ages 5 and older throughout
Hillsborough County. Call Meredith
Alaynick at (813) 741-1654 or alayn-
ick@verizon.net or visit floridaschoolof-
judo.com.
LACROSSE: The New Tampa Lacrosse
Association needs volunteer coaches for
its girls program. Call Brian Baker at
(813) 991-4835 or visit ntlacrosse.com.
Multisport

AGES 2-16: Interbay-Glover YMCA is
conducting registrations for a variety of
sports. Call Mitch Grafton at (813)
839-0210.
AGES 3-UP: Move 'N Groove City offers
a variety of fitness programs. Call (813)
926-0575 or visit movengroovec-
ity.com.
AGES 4-18: Stars Athletics is conducting
registrations for cheerleading and
gymnastics camps. Visit starsathletic-
s.com or call (813) 835-1600.
ALL AGES: The Plant City Recreation &
Parks Department hosts a variety of
sports programs. Call (813) 659-4200
or visit plantcitygov.com/rec.
Soccer
AGES 9-14: Sports and Field is conduct-
ing registrations for a 5v5 indoor league.
Visit tampa.superfleague.com or call


gov.com/rec or call Walt Arnold at (813)
752-1602.
GOLF: The St. Joseph's Hospitals Foun-
dation will host a tournament Oct. 1 at
Old Memorial Golf Club to benefit
cancer programs. Visit stjosephshospi-
tal-foundation.org or call (813) 872-
0979.
JUDO: The Florida School of Judo offers
classes throughout Hillsborough Coun-
ty. Call Meredith Alaynick at (813)
741-1654 or alaynick@verizon.net or
visit floridaschoolofjudo.com.
MULTISPORT: The Tampa Parks and
Recreation Department is organizing
baseball, kickball and softball leagues.
Call (813) 231-5270.
REUNION: The Town 'N Country Pack-
ers are seeking alumni for a 40th
anniversary celebration in 2008. Call
(813) 885-7738 or visit


Mike Connell at (813) 948-5500.
AGES 12-U: The Valrico Arsenal boys
team will consider new players through
October. Call Matt Pelillo at (864)
216-1148 qr e-mail S8adidas@ya-
hoo.com or laurieleb@yahoo.com.
DISABLED: The Outreach Program for
Soccer will conduct free registrations
Sept. 14,15, 22 and 29. Visit brandon-
soccer.com.
Softball
AGES 4-17: The Lutz Leaguerettes will
conduct registrations Sept. 15, 16, 22
and 23. Visit lutzleaguerettes.com or
call (813) 943-5636.
AGES 5-17: The Town 'N Country Lea-
guerettes slowpitch organization is
conducting registrations each Saturday
through Sept. 29. Call David Gray at
(813) 924-5098 or leave a message at
(813) 888-8471.
AGES 5-17: The Wesley Chapel Dixie
League is conducting registrations. Visit
leaguelineup.com/wcaa or call (813)
994-6633.
AGES 12-U: Team Florida needs players.
Call Drew Johnson at (727) 644-4911.
AGES 14-U: The Tampa Mustangs need
players. Call Joe Bell at (813) 787-9401
or Manny Santos at (813) 244-1945.
AGES 14-U: The USA Patriots need two
players. Contact Mike Galinski at (727)
556-3200 or mgalinski@americaii.com
or visit usa44.com.
Tennis
AGES 5-18: A USNTA certified profes-
sional is offering free first private
lessons through September. Call (813)
486-8909 or e-mail coachvalen-
cia@msn.com.
DISABLED: Free lessons for players of all
ages are available each Friday in Bran-
don and Tampa. Call Lauren Bopp at
(813) 598-8809.

Send announcements at least two
weeks in advance to Youth Sports
via e-mail
(sports@tampatrib.com), fax (813)
259-8148 or mail to The Tampa
Tribune Sports Dept., 200 S. Park-
er St., Tampa FL 33606.


rho_doug2000@hotmail.com.
Softball

LEAGUES: Florida Sports Leagues is
conducting registrations for coed and
men's leagues for Summerfield resi-
dents. Call ,(813) 574-6486 or e-mail
info@floridasportsleagues.com.
SENIORS: Kids & Kubs is conducting
tryouts for men and women 75 and
older. Call (727) 893-7108.

Send announcements at least two
weeks in advance via e-mail
(sports@tampatrib.com), fax (813)
259-8148 or mail to The Tampa
Tribune Sports Dept, 200 S. Park-
er St, Tampa FL 33606.


By BOB AUSTIN
Tribune correspondent
Florida and Illinois were
No. 1 in Sport Bowling mem-
bers during the 2006-07
bowling season with 1,411
each.
That means that the re-
markable popularity of PBA
Experience leagues virtually
exploded last year, allowing
Sport members to compete
on the same lane oil patterns
as professional bowlers.
The patterns, dubbed
Chameleon, Cheetah, Scor-
pion, Shark and Viper, allow
a maximum of three times as
much oil on the inside
boards versus the outside
boards.
Florida was No. 1 for Sport
Bowling Leagues with 47
followed by California with
46.
And nowhere was that
explosion more evident than
this past summer at Pin
Chasers Midtown.
Pin Chasers Midtown
reserved its Tuesday 8 p.m.
shift for those daredevils
who sought to increase their
knowledge of ten-pins and
to see first-hand what the
pros look at every week.
The result was sobering.
Averages tumbled and that
was expected. The ball
wasn't roaring back to the
1-3 or 1-2 pocket with reg-
ularity,'no matter the rate of
speed. These guys were
shooting at something most
of them had never encoun-
tered before. But the knowl-
edge these diehards gained
will carry them on during
this winter season and bowl-
ing seasons in the future.
The brass at Pin Chasers
Midtown was quick to see
the successful results of what
went on this summer and
decided to continue it this
winter season, only in a dif-
ferent fashiorl.
Beginning tonight, a Sport


LOCAL BOWLING


Bowling PBA Experience
tournament will be held at
Pin Chasers Midtown at 8
and hopefully will continue
throughout the entire winter
season.
Paid entrants will face the
same lane conditions as did
those this past summer.

AMF UNIVERSITY: James
Sheppard's 258-561 led the
men, while Gloria Williams
paced the women with 198-
494 last week.
Other good scores for the
men were Dwayne Speak
194-560, Roger Duncan 214-
556, Lou Struble 202-535 and
Bob Braun 227-505. Other
good scores for the women
were Nancy Naylor 168-462,
Pat Bally 170-441 and Wendy
Skees 175-426.

FLORIDA LANES: Chris Sat-
urno's 736 and Walter Dick-
ey's 290 led the men, while
Charlene Santana's 200 and
Terry Broyles' 515 paced the
women last week.
Other good scores for the
men were Michael Dina 248-
722, Steven Strickland 676,
Scott Stanton 256-659 and
Eric Maddox 269. Other
women's scores were Annie
Leavines 197-494 and Rhonda
Eyring 197-493.

PIN POINTS: Jeri Edwards will
be Ken Baber's guest Tuesday
from 5-6 p.m. on the "Let's
Go Bowling" show on
WTAN, 1340 AM and WDCP,
1250 AM. ... On Oct. 15, the
"Jeff Garcia Pass It On Foun-
dation" will host its first
charity bowling event at
Splitsville at Channelside.
Tickets ($100 per person) can
be purchased by calling (310)
545-4949.

Send local bowling news to
bobaustin@verizon.net.


Florida, nois Rank


No. 1 In The Nation


In PBA Experience


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Fo rmer aider Pitcher Cs U


The champions like
Gerbasi's low
earned-run
average.
By DAREK SHARP
The T'ampa Tribune
PLANT CITY A win-loss re-
cord of 2-4 is not going to gain
a baseball pitcher any great
recognition. Plant City High
.Raider pitcher Aaron Gerbasi
had that mark his junior sea-
son.
But in Gerbasi's case, the
win total was practically
meaningless. It certainly did
not deter the two-time defend-
ing national champion college
team from becoming enam-
ored with the right-hander's


HEALTH NOTES
ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT: A sup-
port group for caregivers of
people with memory loss meets
at 2 p.m. on the second Tuesday
monthly at First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.,
Room 140. Call Linda Dunn at
(813) 754-3761.
SOUTH FLORIDA BAPTIST HOS-
PITAL These events are planned
for South Florida Baptist Hospi-


talent. ..
The interest was mutual.
Last. week ,Gei'basi_ verbally.
committed to play at the Uni-
versity of Tampa.
Gerbasi will be able to offi-
cially sign the scholarship pa-
pers in November.
"I told everybody how I was
looking forward to showcasing
Aaron around this season and
see what happens with a col-
lege. It happened a lot sooner
than I thought it would," said
Raider head coach Mike Sod-
ders.
According to Sodders, UT
head coach Joe Urso said there
were only two players in Flori-
da he was after to recruit, and
Gerbasi was one of them.
Word got to Sodders and
then to Gerbasi, who was en-

tal, 301 N. Alexander St. Classes
are free unless otherwise noted.
For information, call (813) 754-
4444 unless otherwise noted:
Infant and car safety checks:
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday and 9
a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 24. Appoint-
ments required.
First aid class: 8-11 a.m. Sept.
22 in community conference
room. Registration and prepay-:
ment of $25 required.
Baby care and breastfeeding


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class: 6-9:30 p.m. Sept. 27,
emergency department confer-
ence room. Registration re-
quired.
Free blood pressure checks:
1-2 p.m. Tuesday at the com-
munity resource center (main
hospital lobby). No appointment
necessary.
Cholesterol screenings: 2-3
p.m. fourth Tuesday monthly in
community resource center
(main hospital lobby). Cost is


$20. No appointment necessary.
Diabetes Support Group: 5-6
p.m. first Tuesday monthly. Call
(813) 757-8202 to register.
Bereaved Parents Group: 7
p.m. fourth Thursday monthly in
the hospital's community con-
ference room. No appointment
necessary. Call (813) 362-6972
for information.

BLOOD DONOR SERVICES: The
Florida Blood Services donor


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thusiastic aboui the prospects .al championship tournament
of playing for UT. ;in Montgomery, Ala., the clos-
"Everything was perfect est UT came to losing was 7-2
about the situation. I pitched in the finals against Columbus
there during the Saladino State.
[baseball tournament] of .., Being able to stay close to
course, and they have really home was "definitely" a factor
nice facilities," Gerbasi said. in his decision, Gerbasi said.
"This year they had seven guys "I'll be able to commute and
drafted in the pros. They can stay with my family," he said.
compete with Division I Gerbasi's poor overall re-
schools. And another thing is Gerbasi's poor overall re
I'll be able to play right away." cord had more to do with low
Gerbasi said he 'will prob- run support. Going up against
ably fall into the No. 4 spot in opposing teams' ace pitchers
the Spartans starting rotation. did not help his quest for
Tampa's combination of victories. The number that was
strong pitching and hitting was most revealing, Gerbasi's
untouchable in Division II this earned-run average, was sec-
season, and the Spartans ond in the county, a .296. He
cruised to their second straight gave up only two.earned runs
national title. in 49 regular-season innings.
In four games at the nation- The only slip-up was in the


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postseason, when -Gerbasi
gave up twice that many runs
in the first inning to Riverview
High School.
"It's such a pleasure to be
able to see him get rewarded
like this. He is that talented,"
Sodders said.
A strong fastball and slider
were his constants, but Gerba-
si hopes to improve a third
strong pitch as well.
"My change-up was on and
off, and I want it to be a big
weapon," he said.
Gerbasi is the son of Chris
and Connie Gerbasi. Chris
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at Florida State University.

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Pre-K Class by Merl Reagle


ACROSS
1 Faux tops
5 Burst of light
10 Program unit
14 Bounder
17 Online bazaar
18 Spanish poet
19 Fixes tears, maybe
21 Flamenco cry
22 What tree-huggers
do?
25 It was de-orbited
March 23, 2001
26 Clich6-ridden
27 Palindromic city in
Bolivia
28 "Uncle!"
30 Not enough
movies starring a
certain actress?
36 Take __ at (try)
40 Project
extension?
41 Murmur
amorously
42 What reducers
weigh
43 Hot tar?
46 "Listen, ..."
47 Half a disease
51 Soprano Te
Kanawa
52 "More can
say"
53 Willie of Charles
in Charge
55 Rocky's Rocky IV
foe
56 Marvel man
58 What pirates use
to keep fit?
61 Cong. meeting
62 Rabbit's tail
63 Jukebox selection
64 Wind dir.


67 Story of a
famous warrior,
Hollywood-
style?
73 Without
74 For the stock-
issue price
76 Rosetta is on it
77 Tarot card
reader
79 Performer
known for the
peeling away of
outer layers?
84 Devotion sites
88 Landed
89 1936 Olympian
90 Start of a Lulu
hit
92 __ morgana
(mirage)
93 Suggestive look
94 With, to Wilhelm
95 Food fight shout?.
97 Somali-born
model
99 Deal with
moguls
101 Speed limit, e.g.
102 Word in a
McCourt title
103 Serious military
buff's idea of a
fun weekend?
109 Like some
'landscapes
110 Recommen-
dations
111 Picture puzzle
115 The Sun King,
Louis __
116 "Well,
?" (breakfast
query?)
122 Stowe girl


123 Unemotional to WWII film
a fault 39 Actor Claude
124 Clockwork, mostly 44 A-blast from the


125 Fishing need
126 It's acr. the bay
from Cape May
127 Write on glass,
e.g.
128 Cereal killer
129 Pickup-truckful

DOWN
1 Fly traps
2 "Suuure"
3 Festive affair
4 Course outlines
5 Winter worry
6 Do some pruning
7 "But is it ?"
8 Move (over)
9 Derby setting?
10 Car installation
11 Verboten
12 MPG monitor
13 MPG middle
14 Dilbert, e.g.
15 Still in the
running
16 Tommy Boy's Bo
20 Bypasses
23 Referendum
choice
24 Carolinas clob-
berer of 1989
29 Monthly utility
item
31 Nth
32 Ms. Korbut
33 See the old gang
34 They help Eliza
cross:the river
35 Rhyme or reason
36 Queries
37 Struck, old-style
38 One-third of a


past
45 Veto
46 Popular alias
48 Get around
49 Arrested
50 Signed
53 Raise (an
eyebrow)
54 Miss (err
onstage)
57 Denis or Timothy
59 Big name in
makeup
60 Bluffer's game
64 Peg Bundy's
Katey
65 Pizazz
66 Silas Marner
foundling .
68 Map detail
69 Legal claim
70 well..."
71 WWII battleship
72 India's first P.M.
75 Look at (let a
good pitch go by)
78 Guitar licks
80 The common
type?
81 Due (to)
82 DDE's command
83 Cigarettes once
touted by a cartoor
penguin
85 Sodium
hydroxide, in the
lab
86 French 101 verb
87 Big Apple
retailer
91 Card game
95 Piston/rod/crank


mechanism
96 Become sick
98 Smaller versions
L 99 Turn informer
100 Airplane!
producer Howard
103 Like shiny floors
104 Antipasto morsel
105 Honda, to Toyota
106 Some kind of
nerve
107 Compound in ale
108 Fed. energy


watchdog
112 Scott of Charles
in Charge
113 Arm bone
114 TV exec's fall
concern
117 -Therese,
Que.
118 interested"
119 Show wear
120 The for side
121 Wild finish?


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Campers / Travel
Trailers 1
39' Royals Int 1998 5th
wheel rear kitchen,new
tile & carpet, W/D, dual
slideout, Must See!
$29,500 813-781-4440
BUY TRAVEL TRAILERS,
5TH WHEELS &
PARK MODELS
CALL Dave ANYTIME
813-713-3217
POPUP CAMPERS for rent
A/C Sink Stove, Frig.
Call Lynn to reserve
813.546.1827 www.popup
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( Campgrounds D}
RV rental site located on
Hutchingson Island
near Vero Beach.
Across from beach,
- Marina on Inter-coastal,
pool, tennis. Phone, ca-
ble and electricity in-
cluded. First class. By
the week, month or sea-
son. 352-347-4470.
For a good buy,
shop in Classifieds.


(Motor Homes /RVs
23' Winnebago-View
New Shared Ownership
Opy $12K-32K
(757)19-2727
jpssci@gmail.com

( RV Storage )
FOWLER & 1-75
RV's/Boats Autos,
Secure $60/mo.
Happy Traveler RV Park
813-986-3094
OUTDOOR Storage 5621
Causeway Blvd RVs
Cars Trucks Trirs Boats
Brandon, Riverview
Valrico 813-220-1538

SRVs / Campers
Wanted !
LOOKING to Buy
Used Travel Trailer
or 5th Wheel.
Will Pay Cash!
Call (727) 459-3856.
Time for a new car?
Choose from a variety
of new and used cars
every day in the
Classified section.


( Spas & Hot Tubs )
SWIM SPA. Cost $16,900,
used twice, sacrifice
$8900. I can deliver.
727-831-5527.

( Watersports )
SEADOO 2002, Excellent
cond. 2waverunners
trailer low hours well
maintained like new
half the price $6495
(813)264-9190
WAVERUNNER 2003 FX
Cruiser. Excellent con-
ition, 142hrs many
accessories. $6300 obo.
813-230-9656

(. Boats )}
2001 Hurricane Deck
Boats (3) to Choose
From, Run great Fully
Equipped. All the toys
$6995 ea 727-906-8686
Opportunity is
knocking in Classified.
We have hundreds of
available positions
listed every day.


( Boats )|
28'- 2006 Parker Twin 225
four stroke Yam. 5yr.
warr. down riggers/out
riggers. Cusm oait
station, cus to wer
w/ controls. Auto-pilot,
Ray Marine electronics.
$92,000 For More Infor-
mation 941-650-3959

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

PASADENA MARINA -
well protected dockage,
w/ easy access to Gulf
up to 45' slips, covered
& non covered www.
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27-343-4500

PASADENA Yacht & C. C..
Deep water slips for
sale/lease.
Limited number availa-
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BOAT Donations Wanted
To Support Clearwater
Marine Aquarium,
Tax Deductible
2727-409-62821







TRANSPORTATION


Auto Engines /
Parts / Misc.
BAY Area Motor Works
Engine rebuild & install
Up to 3yr warranty
Auto/Boat/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


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( Trucks Light Duty ))
GMC 2000 Sonoma, 6 cyl,
black, new tires,
brakes, cold A/d, bed
liner, well maintained,
$5400. 813-972-4197

NISSAN 2004 Frontier Ex-
tended Cab 4cyl. im-
maculate cond. Only
17k mi.! Ext Warranty
$12.5k 813-244-1098

(C Vads a l
DODGE 1996 1500 Ram
8 pass Only 80k Orig
miles! New Brakes, Ex-
cellent Al condition.
$3,500 813-855-5904

DODGE 2005 HANDICAP
Van, 10" lowered floor,
wheelchair ramp & tie
downs, 25K miles. For
more info 727-492-1630

(Sports Utility Vehicles)}
CHEVY 2000 Tahoe LS,
loaded, dual A/C, leath-
er tow pkg, transfer-
rable extended warran-
ty $10,500 813-245-5333


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((Spors Utility Vehicles))
CHEVY 2004 Suburban
Z71 4WD Lthr, Fully
loaded. ht w/tan int.
45K, 15 in. TV. Must Sell
$29,000 813-766-7855
DODGE 2000 Durango SLT
4x4, V8 Magnum, 66K
miles, 9 passenger, fully
loaded, senior non
smoker owned. $8995
for appt 813-610-4317
FORD 1997 Explorer XLT
4x4. V6, tan leather,sun
roof, cold AC, 6 disc CD,
new tires, runs great!
$3799 813-924-9524
FORD 2004 XLT Sports
Trac, Green w/beige int.
Fully loaded. Like New.
38,200 mi. $18,795
813-810-3579
JEEP 1999 Grand Chero-
kee Laredo, top cond,
red, 80K mi, new tires
$6500 Electric chair &
carrier opt 813-782-5340
LINCOLN 2006 MARK KLT
Fully loaded, Ithr int.,
chrome running brds. au-
to hatch, 15k mi, mint
cond. fact. warr. Must
Sell $29,000 obo
813-251-0191


t(Spots Utility Vehiclest
TOYOTA 2006 Highlander
Limited HYBRID Nav. 1
ownr 42k mi, New Mich,
Sat Rad op, Met. Blue
$27,500 813-784-4351

( Scooters / Mopeds
SCOOTER 2005 New Pio-
neer, 50cc, only 80mi,
100mpg, elec start, per-
fect cond! Only $680
813-633-2222
L Motorcycles
HARLEY 2004 FXSTS
Softail Springer Black/
Blue, 2000 Miles Many
Many Extras, Wheels,
Pipes etc. etc. etc.
$15,995' 813-267-1221
HARLEY 2006 1200L
Bought on 11/06 for
wife. Only 83 Miles,
Black/ Orange/ White
$9,500 813-300-6255
HARLEY Davidson 2006
Fat Boy SE 6K miles
mint $18K (813)294-
9901 bmlpk@aol.com
YAMAHA 1998 V-Star 650
6364 miles. Saddle bags
loow pads, Buddy peg'
wiridsheild & crash bar
Must See to Appreciate.
$35100. 813752-7594 or
813-48663931

( Golf Carts
CARTS, Stock & Custorr,
Made Pefurb & modify
30% off New & Recond..
Barterie.. Delivery'
813 480 9603
GOLF CARTS WANTED
Buy Sell Trade
Chargers. arnt all
related.813 FA5-45 15
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int like new. 28K miles
$19,995 813-361-1840
AUDI 2004 S4 4.2L Q Only
39k mi., Runs & Looks
like new. Auto w/ Fl
Option. 100k mi wrty.
$29,950 813-361-1840
CADILLAC 1999 STS
Sunroof, Leather, Fully
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Showroom cond., $9200
813-784-0445
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course excellent con-
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AC pwr. door, good
cond, n avy oodtires,
7 pass. I K $2700
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tible black 2140 miles,
6.0L '395 HP, auto, fully
optioned rare, beauti-
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FORD 1955 Thunderbird,
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restored by Cox classic,
all orig., ncl. hard top,
$37,000 941-376-5353
HONDA 1999 Civic
$500 Police Impounds!
for listing,
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MERCEDES 2002 CLK 430
convertible, silver
black top, auto V8, 66K
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$26,760 813-653-7383 or
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MERCURY 1997 Cougar
68,000 mi, Good condi-
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(813)468-2964

MITSUBISHI 1997 Galant
white, 135k mi, Auto
leather, new tires, good
condition. $2306 obo.
Call Robin 813-838-2377
NISSAN 2004 Maxima 3.5
SL Orig owner,
silver/grey, load, sun-
roof, fullwr 36,500 mi.
$17,900. 813-363-9253
PORSCHE 2000 Cabriolet
Silver, Must See, Mint
Condition, Garage Kept
43k mi. Approx. 330 HP
Call: 813-376-1021



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$700 Police Impounds!
for listing,
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Toyota 1998 Corolla
100,000 mi, Original
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clean, auto, A/C
$3900. Call after 5pm.
248-346-3507
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REUNIONS

Class of 1946

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL:
Class members meet the first
Tuesday monthly at the Red
Rose Inn and Suites, 2011 N.
Wheeler St., Plant City. Other
classes of the 1940s are wel-
come. Call Edythe Darsey Baker,
(813) 752-8835; Martha Spark-
man Williams, (813) 662-9953;
or Charlotte May Walden, (813)
752-2759.

Class of 1947

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL.
The Class of 1947 meets on the
second Thursday monthly at
Tony's Airside Restaurant, 3900
Don Emerson Drive, Lakeland.
Call Betty Boring Shearin at
(813) 752-2495.

Class of 1948

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1948 meets for
brunch at 10:45 a.m. the second
Tuesday monthly at BuddyFred-
dy's Restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch
Drive, Plant City. Call (813)
752-4229.

Class of 1949

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1949 meets at
11:30 a.m. the first Wednesday
monthly at the International
House of Pancakes, 805 S. Col-
lins St., Plant City. Call (813)
752-3048.

Class of 1955

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1955 meets for
breakfast at 8:30 a.m. the third
Tuesday monthly at Fred's Mar-
ket Restaurant, 1401 W. Dr.
Martin L. King Jr. Blvd., Plant
City.

Class of 1956

PINECREST HIGH SCHOOL: The
Class of 1956 meets for break-
fast at 10 a.m. the fourth
Wednesday monthly at Fred's
Market Restaurant, 1401 Dr.
Martin L. King Jr. Blvd., Plant
City. Classmates, teachers and
staff members are encouraged
to attend. Call Carol Conrad at
(813) 737-1587.

Class of 1957

LAKELAND HIGH SCHOOL: The
Class of 1957 will celebrate its
50th reunion Oct. 26 at Cleve-
Jland Heights Golf Club, 2900
Buckingham Ave., Lakeland, and
Oct. 27 at Lakeland Yacht Club,
929 Lake Hollingsworth Drive,
Lakeland. The reunion will in-
clude a barbecue and a dinner.
Call Emma Martin Miller at (813)
752-7437 or Sondra Sumner


Simon at (863) 682-1979.

Class of 1958

PLANT HIGH SCHOOL: The
Class of 1958 is planning its
50th reunion for April 19. Go to
www.brucemorehead.com/58 or
call Mickey Chiles at (813) 839-
3908.
PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1958 meets for
breakfast the fourth Tuesday
monthly at Fred's Market Res-
taurant, 1401 Dr. Martin L: King
Jr. Blvd., Plant City. Call (813)
659-0421.
TURKEY CREEK HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1958 is planning its
50th reunion for 2008. To up-
date contact information or to
help plan the reunion, call Joyce
Pedersen at (813) 752-7989.

Class of 1960

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1960 meets for "
breakfast at 9 a.m. the second
Friday monthly at BuddyFred-
dy's Restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch
Drive, Plant City. For reserva-
tions, contact Warren Wilson,
(813) 685-9401, or Lynda Fuller
at (813) 986-4844 or fullynda99
@aol.com.

Class of 1961

TURKEY CREEK HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1961 holds dinner
meetings at 6:30 p.m. the first
Thursday monthly at BuddyFred-
dy's Restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch
Drive, Plant City. Teachers and
staff members also are wel-
come. Call Elaine Rodgers at
(813) 752-0118.

Class of 1966

MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL The
Class of 1966 meets for break-
fast at 8:30 a.m. the first Satur-
day monthly at BuddyFreddy's
Restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch Drive,
Plant City. Call Blanche Hall at
(813) 707-9007.
Class of 1987

LAKELAND HIGH SCHOOL The
Class of 1987 is planning its 20th
reunion for Oct. 5-7 in Lakeland.
Go to www.lhs87reunion.my
event.com.

Class of 1997

BRANDON HIGH SCHOOL The
Class of 1997 is planning its
10th reunion for the weekend of
Oct. 5. To update contact in-
formation, e-mail Brandon
HSco97@gmail.com.
Send school reunion notices to Jere-
miah Hetherington, The Tampa Tri-
bune, 200 S. Parker St., Tampa FL
33606-2308, or fax to (813) 259-7676
or e-mail jhetherington@tampa
trib.com.


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