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Title: Plant City courier & tribune
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Publication Date: September 26, 2007
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Uniting Against
A Foe
Some Plant City
women form a team
to join the battle
against breast cancer.
See Betty Briggs'
column.
Page 3

A Look Back
A show produced by
Al Cohen of Plant City
features music of a
bygone era.
Page 18


SPhoto from Myrle Henry
Myrle Henry, holding the hat, started the Florida Opry in 1998 with half a dozen volunteers who gathered one Saturday a month to
take care of business. The volunteers, which now number nearly 30, and Henry gathered this month to share memories.


The Sound Of Silence

The curtain comes down on the Florida Opry as promoter
Myrle Henry decides against opening for a 10th season. The
shows, featuring country music and fellowship, drew crowds
from across the region.
STORY, PAGE 10

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Back To School
A reunion is next
week for the Glover
School in Bealsville,
which traces its
roots to the 1870s.
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Balanced Football
Durant Highs football
team shows balance
on offense and
defense as leaders
emerge.
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Robinson Has 2-Day Celebration For 99th Birthday


PLANT CITY Jim Pollard,
Annie Mae Thompson Rob-
inson's son, says his mom
partied hearty for two days
recently to celebrate her 99th
birthday.
She was born in Plant City
to H.A. and Rachel Thompson,
who moved to town in 1905.
Pollard, owner of Orange
Blossom Tea Room, had a
party at the tea room for his
mom with 60 guests, includ-
ing people from her Sunday
school, nursing co-workers, a
first cousin, nieces, nephews
and friends.
The day after the party,
Pollard and two of his moth-
er's friends ventured to Disney
World, where the Scooby Doo
Review sang the birthday song
for her and gave her a kiss.

Women To Participate
In Breast Cancer 3-Day
PLANT CITY It's that time
of year again, for raising
awareness and money to fight
a disease that kills someone
every 13 minutes. Every three
minutes breast cancer is diag-
nosed in women and men.
The BoobBerries, Cindy


BETTY BRIGGS
Columnist
Clark, Karen Bornstine, Marion
Hale, Jan Sperry and Natalie
Sweet, think these statistics
demand community action.
They have committed to
fundraising, training and ded-
icating a weekend to a special
event, the Breast Cancer 3-
Day. Each has agreed to raise
at least $2,200 to qualify to
walk Oct. 19-21 for a total of 20
miles a day.
Thousands of others will
join them, and the proceeds
will support research, educa-
tion, screening and treatment
through Susan G. Komen for
the Cure and the National
Philanthropic Trust Breast
Cancer Fund.
A fundraiser will be held at
Keel and Curley Winery, 5210
W. Thonotosassa Road, Plant


Jim Pollard recently had a par-
ty at the Orange Blossom Tea
Room to celebrate the 99th
birthday of his mother, Annie
Mae Thompson Robinson.

City, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Oct.
12. Supporting this effort by
contributing hors d'oeuvres
are: Alfredo Porto, manager of
Carrabba's, James Hine, pro-
prietor of Outback Steak-
house, Henry Falcon, manager
of the Sweetbay Supermarket
on Alexander Street, and
Heather Davis, owner of Es-
press Yourself Coffee 101.
To donate or particilfate,
call team captain Bornstine,
(813) 435-8111.
See BETTY BRIGGS, Page 4 0


Tribune photo by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The BoobBerries, Karen Bornstine, left, Marion Hale, Cindy Clark
and Natalie Sweet, along with Jan Sperry, have agreed to raise at
least $2,200 each to walk in the Breast Cancer 3-Day in October.


CORRECTION:
It is the policy of the Tampa Tribune to correct all errors of
fact. To report an error, call Plant City bureau chief Dave
Nicholson at (813) 865-4432 or e-mail dnicholson@tampatrib
.com
CORRECTION: Unity in the Community's Gospel Jamboree
raised money for Meals on Wheels and United Food Bank &
Services. An article in the Sept. 19 Plant City Courier & Tri-
bune incorrectly stated the Sept. 22 event was raising money
for a third organization.


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Party To Support
Breast Cancer Research
PLANT CITY Sister's &
Company, a specialty store at
114 E. Reynolds St. in down-
town, will do its part for breast
cancer research by hosting a
Pink Ladies Party from 11 a.m.,
to 4 p.m. Saturday.
The party will celebrate the
launch of Brighton's limited-
edition Power of Pink jewelry
collection that benefits char-
ities supporting research.
Dollie Barron, the mother
and grandmother of Sister's &
Company's owners, died from
breast cancer seven years ago.
Ten percent of sales that
day will go to local teams
participating in a three-day
event that benefits Susan G.
Komen for the Cure. Brighton
also will donate a portion of
the Power of Pink necklace
and bracelet sales.
Everyone who wears pink
will receive a gift from Sister's.


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For information, call the
store at (813) 754-0990.

"Mr. Fix-It -Honored
As Employee Of Month
PLANT CITY Congratula-
tions to "Mr. Fix-It" Ed Dudley,
who is general manager field
supervisor for the city's Public
Works Department, for being
selected as September Em-
ployee of the Month.
A 12-year veteran of service
with Plant City, he is praised
for his strong skills and leader-
ship, and for saving the city
money by being able to han-
dle many projects in-house
rather than having to use
outside contractors.

Employee Celebrates
20 Years With Firm
PLANT CITY Jana Tombrink
is celebrating her 20th anni-
versary with the CPA firm of
Sedita, Kilton & Co.
She is the audit manager
and recently moved into the
tax manager position. She
lives in Plant City and has two
sons, Seve and Mites, who
attend Lakeland Christian
School.


Her boss, Joseph Sedita, is
also celebrating his 30th year
with the company.

Graduates Make
Grandparents Proud
PLANT CITY Jim and Kay
Hopkins announce that two of
their grandchildren graduated
from the University of Florida
in August.
Ryan McCormick graduated
with a bachelor of science in
applied physiology and kinesi-
ology with a specialization in
exercise physiology. He will
continue his education toward
a doctorate in physical thera-
py. His mom is Kathy Hopkins
Paul of Plant City.
Kristin Hopkins graduated
with a bachelor of science in
health education and will seek
a master's degree in public
health. Her parents are Gary
and Teresa Hopkins of Lake-
land.

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(813) 865-4441.


COMMUNITY
CALENDAR
Community Calendar is a listing of
community events.
EDIBLE NATIVE PLANTS: Sid
Taylor, of the Hernando
Chapter of the Florida Native
Plant Society, will give a free
lecture on edible native
plants from 7-8:30 p.m. Oct.
3 at Bruton Memorial 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 spon-
sored by the city. Call Shaw-
na Himeiright at (813) 757-
9289, Ext. 2249.

GOP WOMEN: Hillsborough
County Sheriff David Gee will
be the featured speaker at
the 6 p.m. Oct. 11 meeting of
the Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club at
the Red Rose Inn and Suites,
2011 N. Wheeler St. A buffet
dinner will be available for
$15. For reservations, call
(813) 754-0424.

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THINGSTO 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

Shedding Light
On Trafficking
The Florida Coalition
Against Human Trafficking is
sponsoring a program from 2
to 3 p.m. at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St.,
Plant City.
The program will cover the
scope of the problem, how to
identify victims and other
topics relating to human traf-
ficking. Call (813) 757-9215.

Class Covers Baby Care,
Breastfeeding
A class in baby care and
breastfeeding is 6 to 9:30 p.m.
at the emergency department
conference room at South
Florida Baptist Hospital, 301
N. Alexander St. Registration
is required by calling (813)
754-4444.

Friday

Program To Promote
Healthy Habits
Fun and games are on tap
from 3 to 5 p.m. at Snowden
Park, across from the West
Plant City Boys & Girls Club,
901 S. Waller St.
The World Wide of Play
program, sponsored by the
club's Keystone Club, is de-
signed to promote healthy
habits for children and their
families. Activities include
relay races, organized games,
kickball, basketball and other
activities. Call (813) 707-8490.

Church Show To Raise
Money For The Needy
A variety show featuring
local entertainment will help

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McClatchy-Tribune
Bruton Memorial Library will host a lecture on edible plants,
which include the Panola pansy, at 7 p.m. Oct. 3.


Trinity United Methodist
Church, 402 W. English St.,
raise money for the needy.
The show, 7 to 9 p.m., will
include singers, musicians,
skits and a magic show. There
will be free refreshments and
door prizes. Tickets are $5 and
can be purchased at the door.
Call (813) 752-9316 or go to
www.WinEstablishEquip.org.

Jamming And
Drinking Joe
A jam session is set for 7
p.m. at Espress Yourself Cof-
fee 101, 101 E. J. Arden Mays
Blvd. Call (813) 659-0101.

Saturday


Punt, Pass And Kick
Children 8 to 15 can com-
pete from 9 to 11 a.m. in the
annual Punt, Pass and Kick
competition in Plant City.
Registration is at 8:30 a.m.
at the Otis M. Andrews Sports
Complex off Park Road, south
of Interstate 4. Proof of the
participant's age as of Dec. 31
is mandatory; bring a photo-
copy of a birth certificate or
baptismal record for age ver-
ification.
The event, sponsored by the
National Football League and
Pepsi, is hosted by the Plant
City Recreation and Parks
Department and Optimist
Youth Flag Football. Call Dan-
. ny at (813) 659-4255.


Post Your Own Calendar
Of Events At
plantcity.tbo.com,


Music And Coffee
Musician Brent Walker will
perform at 7 p.m. at Espress
Yourself Coffee 101, 101 E. J.
Arden Mays Blvd. Call (813)
659-0101.

Sunday

Play Drolf To Help
Durant Thespians
The second annual Drolf
Golf Tournament to help the
drama department at Durant
High School is Sunday at Wal-
den Lake Golf and Country
Club.
The entry fee is $65 per
player and includes 18 holes, a
cart, contests, meal, prizes
and entertainment. Shotgun
start is at 12:30 p.m.
Call drama teacher Ed Ma-
son at (813) 757-9075, Ext. 280,
to register, or pick up a bro-
chure at the club, 2001 Club-
house Drive, Plant City.


A class on baby care and
breastfeeding will be at South
Florida Baptist Hospital from 6
to 9:30 p.m. Thursday.

Concert To Feature
Gospel Music
A Southern gospel music
concert is at 6 p.m. at East
Thonotosassa Baptist Church,
at Knights Griffin and McIn-
tosh roads. Featured groups
include the Sun State Quartet
and The Centurions.
There is no admission
charge, and refreshments will
be served after the concert.
Call (813) 752-1672.

Oct. 3

Lecture To Discuss
Edible Plants
A free lecture on edible
native plants is 7 to 8:30 p.m.
at Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St., Plant City.
Featured speaker is Sid
Taylor of the Hernando Chap-
ter of the Florida Native Plant
Society. Call Shawna Himel-
right at (813) 757-9289, Ext.
2249.
Keyword: Entertain-
ment, for a searchable
database of events,
times and locations.
Interested in having your enter-
tainment event considered for
publication? Write to Things To
Do, George Newman, The Tampa
Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler St., Plant
City FL 33563; e-mail gnewman
@tampatrib.com; or fax to (813)
865-4441.


COMING SATURDAY
The Plant City Bike Fest
celebrates its fifth
anniversary next month.


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AutoPulse provides
continuous heart
compressions.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Some of the
inherent uncertainties when
performing cardiopulmonary
resuscitation have been re-
duced for the Plant City Fire
Rescue teams with the pur-
chase of high-tech compres-
sion devices called AutoPulse.
The city purchased two Au-
toPulse cardiac-support
pumps in July using a state
matching grant. The city paid
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state paying $45,856 for the
equipment.
The AutoPulse looks like a
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belt attachment and a small
control panel. The battery-op-
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provides continuous external
heart compressions to patients
requiring CPR.
Glen Clegg, a captain and
emergency medical officer for
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Mlibune photo by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
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survival rates of people who
have suffered cardiac arrest.
"According to national sta-
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attack victims that receive
manual heart compressions as
a lifesaving measure," Clegg
said. "Using the AutoPulse un-
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the survival rate to 10 percent."
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patients show the absence of a
heartbeat.
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HORMEL
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BREYERS
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SNACK PACK 4 PACK ..
BAMA
GRAPE JELLY 32 OZ...
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SPAGHETTI SAUCES 32
SAN MARCOS WHOLE
JALEPENO PEPPERS 2(
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MAYO QT .............
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FAVORITE
SHREDDED CHEESE 8
CAPTAIN CRUNCH
CEREALS .........
IBERIA
JACK MACKEREL 15 oz


......... .. .2/ 5.00

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. ....... . 2/$4.00

oz ......... 2/$4.00

3oz. . .... $1.29

......... . ... 2/$5.00

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oz .......... 2/$4.00

............ 2/ 5.00

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NY STRIP STEAKS GREAT ON THE GRILL ..... S5.99 LB
HEAVY WESTERN
RIBEYE OR DELMONICO STEAKS..... $6.29 LB
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
SIRLOIN TIP CUT FREE ................. $2.89 LB
FRESH FRYER SPLIT
CHICKEN BREAST . ............... 1.39 LB
FRESH BONELESS
CHICKEN BREAST ......... . . .... 1.89 LB
FRESH DRESSED GRADE A
WHOLE CHICKEN . ................ 890 LB
FRESH CHICKEN
THIGHS & DRUMSTICKS ............ 980 LB
HALF
HAMS SHANK PORTIONS OR BUTT PORTIONS ...... 990 LB
ASSORTED FIRST CUT
PORK CHOPS .... . ............ .1.29 LB
FRESH LEAN
BOSTON BUTT PORK ROAST ......... 1.19 LB
FRESH LEAN MEATY
PORK STEAKS .................... .1.48 LB
FRESH LEAN MEATY COUNTRY STYLE
SPARERIBS . . . ... ......... .. 1.38 LB
FRESH LEAN
PORK PICNIC SLICED $1.09 LB ............ 990 LB
FRESH LEAN HALF OR WHOLE
PORK LOIN SLICED ................. 1.68 LB
FRESH
HAMS ......... ..... .. . 1.19 LB
WHOLE
SMOKED PICNICS SLICED $1.29 ....... S 1.19 LB
AUNT BESSIE'S
CLEANED CHITTERLINGS 5 LB. BAG ........ 57.99


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TURKEY WINGS.................... 990 LB
SMOKED
HAM HOCKS . . . .............. 990 LB
HONEYCOMB
TRIPE 10 LB BOX ..................... $14.99
FRESH
OXTAILS 15 LB BOX FROZEN $39.95 .......... $3.99 LB
FRESH LEAN IBP LITE
PORK SPARERIBS RANDOM WEIGHT ...... $1.58 LB
FRESH LEAN EXCEL OR IBP
PORK SPARERIBS RANDOM WEIGHT ...... $1.49 LB
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
NEW YORK STRIP STEAK CUT FREE ..... $4.89 LB
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
WHOLE RIBEYE CUT FREE .............. $5.89 LB
LYKES PLUMPER
HOT DOGS 12 OZ. PKG ................... 990
FRESH FROZEN
SHRIMP 2 LB. BAG ...................... $7.59
FRESH
GROUND PORK . . . . . . . $1.39 LB
BAR-S CHUCK WAGON
SLICED BACON ............ . . $1.59
WHOLE
SHORT LOIN 25 LB. AVG ................. $4.89 LB
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BEEF & PORK KIDNEYS, HOG HEADS, HOG MAWS, PORK SKIN, TRIPE, HONEY-
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TOMATOES 3 PACK . . . . . . . . ..... 990
FRESH
CUCUMBERS .................. 2/990
RUSSET
POTATOES 10 LB. BAG .................. .$2.49
CHIQUITA
BANANAS . . . . . . . . . 390 LB
LEAN DELI '
HAM ......... ..........1. .69 LB
DELI
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FRESH
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manual CPR and other me-
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and resistance of each pa-
tient's chest. The device pro-
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without interruption.
Since July, the local Fire
Rescue team has responded to
two calls that resulted in the
use of the new equipment.
"The first patient was nonre-
sponsive and we were unable
to re-establish a heartbeat,"
said Lance Borges, a fire medic
for four years with Plant City
Fire Rescue.
On Sept. 10, a similar call
initially had a more positive
outcome.
"A 68-year-old male was
found by his wife collapsed on
the floor at their home," Clegg
said. "A call was put in to the
911 system and we were called
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Despite their efforts, Opera-
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tient had died.
"Our thoughts and prayers
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said. "We did our best. We will
continue to do what we can to
prevent such outcomes when-
ever humanly possible."
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Jett Williams Southern Star Bluegrass Band Jean Shepard Tommy Cash






The Music Of Farewell



For nine

years,

Myrle

Henry's

Florida

Opry drew

artists and

visitors to

Plant City,

and its

supporters

are sad to

see it go.


Tribune photo by GREG FIGHT
Florida Opry founder Myrle Henry says the opry became self-supporting in the past few years, but that it had grown to
consume a great deal of his time time already split between his church, his community and the Florida Gators.


By JAN HOLLINGSWORTH
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Every year for the past
10, Myrle Henry has said it might
be his last Florida Opry. Few peo-
ple realized that this time he meant it.
"I guess I'm just kind of burned out,"
said Henry, a local pharmacist who
founded the country music concert
series as a means of bringing entertain-
ment and visitors to his home-
town.
They came by the busload, from


Polk, Pinellas and Pasco counties and
beyond. They came for the music and
fellowship on the fourth Saturday of
the month throughout tourist season.
They came because Henry wanted
them to.
"This was a labor of love, because we
all love Myrle and Tomi," said Carol
Bassett, one of about two dozen volun-
teers who have served as ushers, greet-
ers, stage hands and opry supporters
through the years. "It's definitely going
to be sad," he said of the curtain closing


on the opry in what would have been
its 10th season.
Henry's wife, Tomi, has mixed feel-
ings about the opry coming to an end.
"People don't realize what goes into
it," she said. "It got bigger and bigger. It
just mushroomed."
Henry started the opry with half a
dozen volunteers, his own seed money
and a venue with a lot of history and
little in the way of amenities.
The 1914 Plant City High School
Community Center, a local landmark


and cultural icon, seemed the perfect
place to launch a new tradition even
if it didn't have air conditioning or an
elevator. No matter, the show went on
without them.
"I got hand fans from the Hopewell
Funeral Home and gave them out,"
Henry said.
The volunteers carried wheelchairs
up the stairs to the second-floor balco-
ny. Years would pass before the city's
See OPRY CLOSING, Page 11 N





















Jack Greene Tommy and Debbie Horton Carolyn Cline


Tribune file photo
Six acts shared the stage to open the first Florida Opry on Jan. 24,1998, at the 1914 Plant City High School Community Center.
About 400 people attended the opening, and many returned even though the auditorium didn't have air conditioning.


OPRY CLOSING
Continued From Page 10

Historic Resources Board secured a
grant to install modem conveniences
in the building, which is on the Nation-
al Register of Historic Places.
About 400 people filed into the old
high school auditorium on opening
night in January 1998. Many returned
again and again, despite the rising
temperatures as winter gave way to
spring in Plant City.
"Oh, it was hot in there. But it was
good wholesome family entertain-


ment," said Sam Ward, a retired U.S.
Army major who discovered the opry in
its second year and has held season
tickets for the past five.
The lineup ran the gamut from
country to bluegrass and gospel. Jack
Greene, Jean Shepard and other veter-
ans from Nashville's Grand Ole Opry
shared the stage with Tampa Bay area
talent such as Randy Scott, Brian Chyt-
ka and a young Pasco County singer
named Victoria K.
Marguerite Hutto, one of the many
regulars to attend the Florida Opry, was
especially fond of the Three Plus One
Quartet, a grandfather who performed
with his grandsons.


"They were so good and so cute,"
said Hutto, 84. "One of the little boys
sang bass. I tell you, that was one of the
most amazing things I've ever seen."
Still, attendance was spotty. Big
names tended to draw big crowds.
Many paid tribute to their famous
relations. There was Jett Williams,
daughter of Hank Sr,.; Tommy Cash,
brother of Johnny; Caroline Cline,
cousin of Patsy; and Tommy Horton,
son of Johnny.
Despite, the sometimes sparse
crowds, the opry had its share of
sellouts, and even homegrown talent
See OPRY CLOSING, Page 14 N


'It's Like


Another


Family
PLANT CITY The answering
machine at Tomi and Myrle Hen-
ry's home still responds with a
plucky little banjo tune touting
the Florida Opry.
Tonmi Henry isn't inclined to
change it.
"It's been there so long it just
doesn't seem right without it,"
she said.
A lot of things don't seem right,
with October on the horizon and
no opry in sight, say the volun-
teers who gathered one Saturday
a month in their red shirts and
black vests and took care of busi-
ness.
They greeted and seated the
folks who paid $10 for a night of
fun and music $12 for a re-
served seat.
"You really got to know the
people because they were reg-
ulars," said Allene Morgan, who
graduated 59 years ago from the
old Plant City High School, where
the opry was staged.
The bond among the volun-
teers is unmistakable, forged not
only from their commitment to
the opry, to Myrle Henry and to
their community, but to the
school from which most of them
graduated.
The opry gave new purpose
and new life to a place they have
long held dear.
"It's like another family." said
Kathey Durham, a relative new-
comer who arrived in Plant City
10 years ago.
More recently, Durham's
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Revial Outreach Center
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Gremaer Heights Famnil) Sorship Center.

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A community fund
will help pay for
the project over
Turkey Creek.
By TOM BRENNAN
The Tampa Tribune
TURKEY CREEK Delays can
be costly. In the case of a
bridge to carry Durant Road
over Turkey Creek, it came to
$100,000.


Project manager Ed Arnold
said the budget bump couldn't
be avoided.
In the three years it took to
buy the land the county need-
ed, he said, the cost of the
other elements escalated.
County commissioners ap-
proved spending the extra
$100,000 last week. The in-
crease raised the estimated
cost to $2.94 million. The cash
is coming from the community
investment tax, a half-cent


sales tax voters approved in
1996.
Arnold said the replacement
is past due.
"The old bridge is function-
ally obsolete," he said. "The
shoulders are inadequate, and
there are virtually no side-
walks."
Arnold said the new bridge
also will straighten out the
abrupt curve at the southern
end of the bridge.


"It should make it safer for
everyone," he said.
Tom Fass, a project manag-
er supervisor for the county's
public works department, said
the county hopes to begin con-
struction by the first of the year
and have the bridge open by
October 2008.
The replacement bridge will
have two 12-foot traffic lanes.
Each side will have an 8-foot
shoulder and a 5-foot side-


walk.
Fass said funding had to be
in place before the county
could seek construction bids.
Arnold said the designs are
complete, and all necessary
permits have been obtained.
He said tweaking the budget
was the final task before pro-
ceeding to construction.

Reporter Tom Brennan can be
reached at (813) 657-4528 or
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enjoyed a solid fan base.
Stephanie Ann, an electrify-
ing fiddler/singer from Bran-
don, twice filled every seat,
and patrons had to be turned
away.
The Southern Star Bluegrass
Band was another crowd fa-
vorite that eventually was
booked to open and close each
season. Ken McWilliams and
The Nashville Band also was a
regular, with multiple appear-
ances each year.
Season ticket holder Nita
Bass said she loved all the acts
but was especially fond of
Southern Star, partly because
she used to babysit the group's
banjo player, Bud Burt.
Bass and her husband, Cec-
il, moved from Plant City to
Lake Rosalie, east of Lake
Wales, in 2005. They have
made the 55-mile trek to the
opry ever since.
"My husband and I have
always loved country music,"
she said. "We've been to Nash-
ville several times and to Bran-
son [Missouri]. That's why we
were so thrilled at having it
here."
Nonetheless, the majority of
Florida Opry fans hail from out
of town.


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migration around the rhythms
of the opry, which routinely
kicked off in October.
Canadians Jim and Lynne
Cummings reside in Valrico
from late October through ear-
ly May. The opry has been a
fixture for them for several
years.
"We're always anxious to see
the shows when we get here,"
Lynne Cummings said from
her Ontario home. "We're very
disappointed to lose it."
They are hopeful that Henry
will consider staging at least a
few shows this year.
"I know Myrle works dili-
gently to find good acts," she
said. "I know it's a terrific
amount of work."
Henry said he's not ruled
out the possibility of putting
together some shows this sea-
son.
He tried, without success, to
find someone to take over the
opry. For now, the brightly
painted stage backdrop is be-
ing stored at the East Hillsbor-
ough Historical Society head-
quarters in the 1914 high
school.
"I feel like I'm letting people
down not doing it," he said.
"I've already had people call-
ing wanting to buy season tick-
ets. Bands have called wanting
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Continued From Page 14

to sign on."
He also has returned money
to those who paid in advance.
"We went ahead and paid
for another year hoping it
would encourage him, but that
didn't work," Nita Bass said.
Money is not the issue, Hen-
ry said.
For years the opry operated
at a loss, with Henry sub-
sidizing it like a hobby.


OPRY VOLUNTEERS

Continued From Page 11

brother Ken Drummond and
his wife, Libby, found a place
three years ago among the
opry volunteers, shortly after
arriving in Plant City.
"It's the best thing that hap-
pened to us," Ken Drummond
said, "We got to know a lot of
people."


"I don'.tplay golf,",he said.
The past few years, however,
it finally became self-support-
ing, he said. It also has grown
to the point where it was con-
suming a great deal of his time
- time already split between
his church, his community
and his passion for the Florida
Gators.
Henry, who continues to
work as a pharmacist three
days a week, also has taken on
a new role as trustee of the
new Evangelical University
and Seminary based at First
Baptist Church of Plant City.
"That's kind of an exciting


Carol Bassett, who has been
with the opry from the start,
believes the ties that bind tran-
scend their history together.
"I think we're all the kind of
people who love other people,
and we love to see them have a
good time," he said..
Original Volunteers
Tomi Henry
Nancy McLean
Carol and Judy Bassett
Sara Linda and Jim Rodgers
Lamar Lockhart


thing to lbe on hthe ground
floor of something like that,"
he said.
This month, Henry gathered
his volunteers, who number
nearly 30, and served up an
evening of pizza, salad, ice
cream and memories.
To them, it was more than
an end to an era.
"It's like a family," Bassett
said.
"It is a family," Henry re-
plied.
Reporter Jan Hollingsworth can
be reached at (813) 865-4436 or
jhollingsworth@tampatrib.com.


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Ken and Carol Brock
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Allene Morgan
Ken and Libby Drummond
Jim Johnson
Johnny and Carol Jensen
Mike and Lelia Clayton
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Selling Christmas Cards
Christmas isn't that far
away, and a nonprofit group
that helps farmworkers is
taking orders for Christmas
cards featuring artwork of
youngsters in its programs.
The Redlands Christian
Migrant Association hopes to
net $20,000 from its ninth
annual Christmas card sale,
association spokesman Matt
Bokor said in an e-mail.
Advance orders are being
accepted through Nov. 1 for
cards and other items being
sold to help the organization,


which provides child care and
early education for more than
7,000 children in rural Florida.
The cards include repro-
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Claus, angels, Christmas trees
and other holiday scenes. The
art on several of the cards was
drawn by youngsters in the
association's programs in
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The Christmas cards start at
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10. Cards featuring company
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Printing costs have been
offset by $10,000 in donations
from companies that include
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City.
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provider, Redlands operates
about 70 centers, including in
Plant City.
Founded in 1965 in the
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well as donations from indi-
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Medard Park Boat Ramp
To Close For Repairs
The boat ramp at Hillsbor-
ough County's Edward Med-
ard Park, off Turkey Creek
Road south of State Road 60,
will be closed Oct. 22-25 for
repairs and improvements to
the parking lot.
The launch, set to reopen
Oct. 26, is on Medard Reser-
voir, once known as Pleasant
Grove Reservoir, and includes
800 acres of man-made lake
that the American Cyanamid
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Thousands of abused, neglected-or abandoned children
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trict in the 1970s. The property
was later opened as a public
park.
The temporary closure is
part of a three-phase project
to renovate the facility at the
popular fishing spot. This part
of the project includes paving
and repairing the parking lot.
The parking area will be
re-striped to accommodate 49
tow vehicles and trailers, four
disabled spaces and 12 spots
for cars, among other im-
provements, at a cost of
$89,000. The prime contractor
is Commercial Interiors.
The total ramp renovation

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LETTERS


Resident Worried About
School Pickup Point
I am the president of the
Paddocks Homeowners Asso-
ciation in the Walden Lake
community of Plant City. I
would like to express my con-
cerns that I and other mem-
bers of our community have
concerning the school bus
pickup point at the corner of
Paddock Drive and Bridle
Drive.
This is a very busy intersec-
tion at the time the children
are picked up at this stop.
There are 172 homes in the
Paddocks subdivision and
with two or more vehicles per
home, just this subdivision
creates a very busy situation.
Other attached subdivisions


CITY UPDATE

Continued From Page 16

project is joint-funded with a
grant from the water manage-
ment district.
The other phases include
replacing the floating docks
with aluminum docks and
gangways, and repairing the
concrete boat ramps. The new
docks are being fabricated and
should be installed by park
staff by the end of January.
The cost of the entire im-
provement project is $321,000.
Dave Nicholson


within Walden Lake use this
entrance/exit which adds
more traffic.
To add to the congestion,
Bridle Drive has a curve in the
road one lot from the intersec-
tion. Concerned parents of
small children congregate in
the morning and afternoon to
protect their children. This is a
problem for those of us that
do not have children but must
drive through this congestion.
With children being children,
we are afraid of hitting a child.
This is the only way out of the
south Paddocks.
I don't know exactly what
the solution is to this situation
but feel that something must
be done before a child is in-
jured.
Carol A. Bassett


Dogs To Celebrate
Birthdays With Dinos
Theie's a different kind of
birthday party next month at
Dinosaur World, a tourist
attraction at Interstate 4 and
Branch Forbes Road.
The party, at 1:30 p.m. Oct.
6, will be for two dogs, Wolf
and Bug, that help humans
with disabilities.
There also will be other
people and service dogs at the
party, including two seeing-
eye dogs, Max and Titan.
Their trainer, Emily William-

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Vintage Songs


Vaudeville Follies
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familiar tunes" for
its audience.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The 'hmpa Tribune
PLANT CITY If you are
looking for an hour and a half
of live musical entertainment
in a comfortable yet intimate
surrounding, you might try the
Vaudeville Follies coming Fri-
day and Saturday.
Plant City's Al Cohen and


his Star Production group have
put together a show featuring
vintage songs, some from the
World War II era, in two acts
that will entertain all ages and
jar the memories of patrons
old enough to remember
many of these show tunes.
"We have a wonderful cast
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energy to. a show that will
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ond Hand Rose," "Yankee
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Ole Flag," "Hey Big Spender"
and "God Bless America."
The cast of singers includes
Cassidy Butler, Samantha Hall,
Paula Spangler Klein, Heather
Gentry and Jonathan Douglas.
"Our sole purpose is to pro-
vide our audience with upbeat
and familiar tunes that will
ring in their hearts," Cohen
said. "We have provided mu-
sical revues and dinner the-
aters many times in the Plant
City area. We enjoy the effort
to produce each show as much
as the audience enjoys viewing
and listening to them."
On Friday, there will be one
show, at 8 p.m. On Saturday,
there will be a matinee at 4
p.m. and an evening show at 8
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Scientology Life Improvement
Center, 102 N. Collins St.
"We ard very-pleased to ac-
commodate the Vaudeville
Follies show at our location,"
said Peggy Guignon, director
of the center. "Mr. Cohen
came to us and explained what
his musical production in-
volved and we were glad to
allow the use of our facility free
of charge."
The Vaudeville Follies also
will be presented Oct. 11 at
John Knox Village, 4100 E.
Fletcher Ave., Tampa, with a
7:30 p.m. curtain.
Ticket prices for the Plant
City show are $15 and can be
purchased at Hardee's Fashion
Center, 1501 N. Wheeler St.,
(813) 754-4929, or at the Scien-
tology center, (813) 752-0148.
Cohen can be reached at
(813) 707-0788.

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sons David and his wife,
Debbie, and Kenneth and his
wife, Charlene.
The Dixons were married
Sept. 1, 1957, at Eastside Bap-
tist Church, Plant City, by the
Rev. B.B. Chesteine. They
helped celebrate the opening
of the new sanctuary with their
wedding.


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C. and Lillie M. Dixon of Plant
City. Helen Dixon is the
daughter of E.R. and Ethel Bell,
also of Plant City.
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and relatives.
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retiring from U.S. Steel, phos-
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elementary schools, retiring in.
1996 from the Hillsborough
County School District.
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The Bullets White, the Amateur Athletic Union youth baseball
club from Dover, won the First Pitch tournament Labor Day week-
end in north Tampa. Pictured are: front row, J.J. Niekro, left, Mar-
cus Maley, Cole Rogers, Spany Hakkarainen and Quenton Wil-
liams; second row, Trey Matthews, left, P.J. Almon, Robert Garcia,
Josh Mejia, Nuno Ontiveros and Kody Glausier, back, coaches
Mark Rogers, left, Sal Giardina and Tommy Matthews. Although
the team trains in Dover, the players are from Plant City.


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AAU Tournament


By DAREK SHARP
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The Bullets
White, an Amateur Athletic
Union youth baseball club
from Dover, brought home the
championship at the First
Pitch Tournament held Labor
Day weekend.
The event kicked off the
AAU season and took place at
the Ed Radice Complex in
north Tampa. The Bullets had
to win three games on Sept. 2,
and then some.
"We didn't finish the last
game until 12:30 a.m.," said


team coach Tommy Matthews.
"We had rain delays, and our
second game that day didn't
start until 8 o'clock."
By 9 p.m. or so the Bullets
looked like they would be
headed home near bedtime.
That's because the Tampa-
based Verizon Vipers jumped
out to an 8-0 lead. But the
Bullets had the game tied two
innings later, the big output
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bases in the sixth and Trey
Matthews stroked the winning
hit. The final score was 9-8.
Then came the finals, which
got under way at 10:30 p.m.
against Inverness, and it was
another nail-biter, ending
when P.J. Almon singled home
Cole Rogers for a 4-3 win.
"We were the last two teams
out there," Tommy Matthews
said. "There were other tour-
naments in the other age
groups, but they were all long
gone."
The Bullets White team, for
ages 11 and younger, trains in
Dover, but the players live in
Plant City.

Reporter Darek Sharp can be
reached at dsharp@tampatrib
.com.


Proceeds from the
event will support
the restoration of
the campus.
ByRAYREYES
The Tampa Tribune
BEALSVILLE Glover School
alumni will share memories,
trade stories and celebrate the
history of one of the first
schools established in eastern
Hillsborough County at a re-
union next week.
The two-day event kicks off
with a reception and tour Oct.
5, when more than 200 people
are expected to gather at the
Glover School's 10-acre cam-
pus on Horton Road. The fes-
tivities continue Oct. 6 with a
banquet at the Trinkle center
at Hillsborough Community


College's Plant City campus.
Both events start at 6:30 p.m.
The reunion is "a recogni-
tion of all who attended,
worked and volunteered" at
the Glover School since it was
founded in 1934, said Gwen-
dolyn Thomas, the executive
director of restoration, for
Bealsville Inc., the group over-
seeing the historical site.
The public is encouraged to
attend, Thomas said.
The Glover School hosted
its first reunion in 2004 and
again in 2005. Bealsville Inc.
plans to host reunions every
two years, Thomas said.
Proceeds from the reunion
will go toward restoring and
preserving the campus.
The school traces it roots to
1873, when it was founded by
former slaves. It was renamed


for one of its founders, Wil-
liam Glover, in the early 1930s
and closed as a school in 1980.
Community leaders per-
suaded the Hillsborough
County School Board to turn
the school back over to Beals-
ville instead of tearing it
down.
The Glover School is now a
community center, Thomas
said, and serves as a hurricane
shelter. The school also
served as a sixth-grade center
before it closed.
The original wooden
schoolhouse, built for $1,100,
and seven other buildings still
stand at the campus, south-
east of Plant City.
Bealsville Inc. is expecting a
$423,400 grant from the U.S.
Department of Housing and
Development in October to


further bolster renovation ef-
forts, Thomas said.
The money will be used to
restore the exterior of build-
ings to the original look,
Thomas said. More than
$13,000 was raised locally last
year by Bealsville Inc. for the
school.
Along with the opportunity
to reunite: alumni with their
former teachers, volunteers
also are working to obtain
private and corporate spon-
sorships for the event, Thom-
as said.
"We're extending invita-
tions to anyone not only in-
terested in the Glover School,
but in education and history,"
Thomas said.

Reporter Ray Reyes can be
reached at (813) 865-4433 or
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areas north of I-4.
By RAY REYES
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Improving the
roads that run through the
rural areas north of Interstate 4
has become a paramount con-
cern because that sector will
undergo tremendous growth
during the next 20 years, offi-
cials said.
There is no shortage of pro-
jects.
There is just not enough
cash to pay for them.
With budget limits in mind,
commissioners convened a
workshop on Sept. 17 to identi-
fy which road improvement
projects in the northeast sector
get priority.
After about an hour, the
commission had their top
three choices in this order:
widening Park Road from 1-4
to the Sam Allen Road in-
tersection; widening Sam Allen
Road from Park Road to State
Road 39, also known as Paul
Buchman Highway; and find-
ing money to extend Alexander
Street from 1-4 to S.R. 39.
All three construction pro-
jects will be funded through
the Florida Department of
Transportation. The only
question is when.
"In many cases it's going to


be decades to get these pro-
jects done," Assistant City
Manager Greg Horwedel told
commissioners at the work-
shop. "There's a lot of costs
and no dedicated funding
stream to make that happen."
The projects are in various
stages of design and approval.
The $2.2 million of improve-
ments on Park Road will begin
in 2009, Mayor Rick Lott said.
About $4 million in funding
has been approved to design
the Sam Allen Road widening
but not the $36 million needed
for construction, Lott said.
The Alexander Street exten-
sion has been designed and
rights-of-way acquisition has
been funded, but no money
has been cleared by the state
to pay for the $43 million
construction, Lott said.
"That's wishful thinking
without any money," Commis-
sioner Bill Dodson said after
the list was finalized. "All the
[growth] is headed our way,
but we're on the tail-end of the
funding pipeline."
Lott, the city's representa-
tive on the Hillsborough
County Metropolitan Organi-
zation, said there are other
road projects in the county
that are ranked higher and will
receive funding sooner than
Plant City's requests. The
planning organization fre-
quently addresses FDOT on its
road improvements wish list,


Lott said.
Lott said he will inform the
planning organization at its
next meeting of the city's top
three choices.
"Then I'll continually push
and prioritize these work pro-
jects" with the planning orga-
nization, Lott said.
Don Skelton, the district
secretary for the Department
of Transportation, said it was a
good idea for commissioners
to convene the workshop and
formulate a list because it gives
his agency a clear picture of
the city's immediate needs.
"To get transportation pro-
jects to the construction
[phase], you must prioritize,"
Skelton told commissioners.
The road improvements en-
sure the northeast sector will
have an adequate road net-
work by the year 2025, officials
said. Independent consultants
hired by the city have said the
5,000 acres mostly north of 1-4
will experience the next surge
in population. Historically, the
city's growth has been south of
the interstate.
In October, the commission
expects to review a study on
the northeast sector that de-
tails projected population
growth, land-use maps and
transportation data.
Reporter Ray Reyes can be
reached at (813) 865-4433 or
rreyes@tampatrib.com.


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The day will feature free health screenings, fun activities and lots of helpful
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Saturday, October 6 10am-2pm
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2406 W Reynolds St., Plant City
Call (813) 757-8511 for more information.


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Screenings

Diabetes Education
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Registration is required. To
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9am-5pm
Community Conference Room
Cost: $50

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Friday, November 9
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Saturday, November 10
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Guest Speaker:
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informative evening. A light dinner will be served.
Registration required. For more information
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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Tamnpa Tribune
PLANT CITY A fire at a
rental home erupted about 3
p.m. Thursday, leaving as
many as eight tenants seeking
temporary shelter.
A residence listed in county
records as a three-bedroom,
one-bath home was badly


burned, with extensive exterior
and interior damage. No one
was injured in the blaze, which
was reported by a Plant City
police officer.,
"I called our dispatcher and
they notified the fire depart-
ment," Officer Mark Holste
said.
Operations Fire Chief Gene
Shuler said the fire started in
the southeast side of the dwell-
ing at 707 E. Warren St., but it
was too early to determine the
cause or extent of the damage.
The home has several indi-


vidual tenants, include
drik McKay, his girlfri
tosha Hargrove, and h
daughters, ages 10, 4 a
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fire started was renter John
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tified tenant.
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CRIME TRACKER
This is a partial list of crimes and
service calls reported Sept. 16-22 to the
i illsborough County Sheriffs Office.
Questions about a specific event *
should bd directed to the sheriffs
office at (813) 247-8200.

33527
Bethlehem Rd, Block 4600, noise
complaint, Sep. 21,12:02 a.m.
Blankenship Rd, Block 1000, criminal
mischief, Sep. 16, 10:01 a.m.
Blue Sky PI, Block 1100, criminal
mischief, Sep. 20, 4:30 p.m.
Brackwood Rd, Block 4200, domestic
violence, Sep. 18, 6:54 p.m.
Brackwood Rd, Block 4200, domestic
violence, Sep. 18, 8:12 a.m.
Dover Rd N, Block 3100, assault/
battery, Sep. 17, 8:43 a.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 14100, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 22, 8:30 a.m.
Endeavour Ave, Block 5300, theft,
Sep. 21, 11:08 a.m.
Fritzke Rd, Block 2300, theft, Sep. 17,
4:08 p.m.
Gallagher Rd, Block 3900, theft, Sep.
18, 7:21 p.m.
Gavin Rd, Block 13600, prowler, Sep.
18. 9-30 p m.
Kirkland Rd. Block 2300, illegal
dumping, Sep 19. 1:15 p m.
Last Chance Ln, Block 4500, dis-
charge firearm. Sep 22 12.04 a.m
Lindsey St, Block 3500, disturbance,
Sep. 16, 11:50 p.m.
LindseySt, Block 3500, disturbance,
Sep. 17, 11:37 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
17, 3:13 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.


18, 4:06 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
18, 5:56 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Sep. 22, 4:51 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Sep. 16, 6:42 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 2600, residential
burglary, Sep. 22, 3:30 p.m.
Mott Rd, Block 3500, theft, Sep. 20,
9:36 a.m.
Munson Ave/Clinton St, disturbance,
Sep. 17,11:40 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5200, disturbance,
Sep. 18, 9:16 p.m.
San Diego Ln, Block 3200, graffiti,
Sep. 20, 2:51 p.m.
Stephens Ln, Block 1800, criminal
mischief, Sep. 17, 12:57 a.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 3200,
assault/battery, Sep. 21,10:33 a.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 3200,
residential burglary, Sep. 19,10:37 a.m.
Sydney Washer Rd, Block 1600, theft,
Sep. 21, 7:35 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 13100, domestic
violence, Sep. 22, 3:49 p.m.
US 92 W, Block 5200, criminal mis-
chief, Sep._18, 7:19 a.m.
US 92 W Block 5400. disturbance,
Sep. 17 8.-11 p.m.
Wheeler Rd E. Block L3100, theft in
progress, Sep 19, 11:23 a.m.
Wooten Rd, Block 1900, noise com-
plaint, Sep. 21, 11:03 p.m.

33540
Bob Smith Ave, Block 5600, resi-
dential burglary, Sep. 22, 9:59 a.m.
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 8500,
criminal mischief, Sep. 17, 3:18 p.m.

33563


Beauchamp Rd, Block 4900, criminal
mischief, Sep. 22, 10:04 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 4500, business
burglary, Sep. 20, 1:02 p.m.
US 92 W/Forbes Rd N, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 20,4:27 p.m.

33565
Albritton Rd E, Block 2900, fire, Sep.
17, 2:54 p.m.
Baker St W, Block 2100, drug law
violation, Sep. 17, 5:35 p.m.
Bob Head Rd, Block 5600, prowler,
Sep. 18, 10:18 p.m.
Cork Rd, Block 2900, stolen vehicle,
Sep. 18,; 12:40 p.m.
County Line Rd N/US 92 E, liquor law
violation, Sep. 21,10:57 a.m.
County Line Rd N/US 92 E, liquor law
violation, Sep. 21,10:58 a.m.
County Line Rd N/US 92 E, liquor law
violation, Sep. 21, 10:58 a.m.
Franklin St N, Block 1600, theft, Sep.
19, 2:56 p.m.
Gamelou Ln, Block 4900, assault/
battery, Sep. 17, 9:46 p.m.
Gamelou Ln, Block 4900, assault/
battery, Sep. 18, 12:18 a.m.
Haggerty Rd, Block 2000, theft, Sep.
16, 8:57 a.m.
Haggerty Rd, Block 2000, theft, Sep.
17, 12:10 p.m.
Haggerty Rd, Block 2000, theft, Sep.
18,1:36 p.m.
Haggerty Rd, Block 2000, theft, Sep.
18, 6:55 a.m.
Joe Mcintosh Rd, Block 2000, do- -
mestic violence, Sep. 16, 9:30 a.m.
Knights Griffin Rd E, Block 3000,
domestic violence, Sep. 19, 8:17 p.m.
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 3000,
domestic violence, Sep. 19, 8:19 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.


17, 1:41 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
20, 3:20 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
20, 8:07 p.m.
Maryland Ave S/Alabama St E, drug
law violation, Sep. 20, 10:35 p.m.
Miley Rd, Block 5700, vehicle bur-
glary, Sep. 18, 9:51 p.m.
Miley Rd/Forbes Rd N, disturbance,
Sep. 18, 10:15 p.m.
Miley Rd/Forbes Rd N, disturbance,
Sep. 18, 9:42 p.m.
Pine Oak Dr, Block 30, neighbor
trouble, Sep. 22, 1:40 p.m.
Pine Oak Dr, Block 90, residential
burglary, Sep. 17, 4:56 p.m.
Robinson Rd, Block 2800, assault/
battery, Sep. 19, 1:01 a.m.
Stanley Rd, Block 3600, noise com-
plaint, Sep. 21, 10:09 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 4300, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 22,12:35 a.m.
US 92 E/County Line Rd N, liquor law
violation, Sep. 21, 10:49 a.m.
US 92 E/County Line Rd N, liquor law
violation, Sep. 21, 10:50 a.m.
Wilder Rd N, Block 3100, discharge
firearm, Sep. 17,10:41 p.m.
WilderRd N, Block 3400, distur-
bance, Sep. 18, 5:13 p.m.
Wilder Rd N/Midway Rd, theft, Sep.
17, 3:52 a.m.
Williams Rd, Block 2600, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 16,12:07 a.m.

33566-
Bottle Palm Ct, Block 3900, criminal
'mischief, Sep. 22, 3:14 p.m.
Camphor Dr, Block 3100, person
down, Sep. 21, 4:15 p.m.
Charles Wilkinson Ln, Block 4900,
noise complaint, Sep. 22, 8:11 p.m.


Charlie Griffin Rd/Mud Lake, graffiti,
Sep. 17, 4:38 p.m.
Clarkwood Dr, Block 1300, assault/
battery, Sep. 16, 4:11 p.m.
Clemons Rd, Block 2900, mailbox
smashing, Sep. 17, 7:24 a.m.
Colson Rd, Block 2200, residential
burglary, Sep. 18,7:48 a.m.
Coronet Rd/Cason Rd, theft, Sep. 18,
7:48 a.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 4800, noise
complaint, Sep. 22, 8:10 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 5000, distur-
bance, Sep. 18, 6:03 p.m.
Edwards Rd, Block 3400, distur-
bance, Sep. 21, 3:25 p.m.
Horton Rd, Block 5700, residential
burglary, Sep. 17, 9:55 p.m.
Horton Rd, Block 5700, theft, Sep.
18,4:47 p.m.
Jent Ave, Block 4300, disturbance,
Sep. 22, 2:05 p.m.
Johnson Rd W, Block 2100, noise
complaint, Sep. 22,11:09 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
17,1:50 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Sep. 21, 8:32 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Sep. 16, 6:17 a.m.
Maryland Ave S, Block 10, assault/
battery, Sep. 21, 1:02 p.m.
Mud Lake Rd, Block 2500, person
down, Sep. 19, 8:17 p.m.
Nesmith Rd, Block 3300, domestic
violence, Sep. 19, 3:15 p.m.
Parkwood Estates Dr, Block 400,
neighbor trouble,, Sep. 16, 7:47 p.m.
Parkwood Estates Dr, Block 400,
neighbor trouble, Sep. 17, 5:34 p.m.
Raider Pi, Block 1, disturbance, Sep.

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18, 9:14 p.m.
Ramsgate PI, Block 5800, distur-
bance, Sep. 16, 5:45 p.m.
SRR60 E, Block 2500, theft, Sep. 18,
4:23 a.m.
SR 60 W, Block 4000, vehicle bur-
glary, Sep. 22, 7:28 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 4500, stolen vehicle,
Sep. 17,11:04 a.m.
Smith Ryals Rd, Block 4000, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 18, 12:44 a.m.
Smith Ryals Rd, Block 4800, stolen
vehicle, Sep. 22, 8:27 a.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 1100, theft in
progress, Sep. 17, 11:06 p.m.
Sparkman Rd/Jap Tucker Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 18, 7:43 p.m.
Spring Head Lp, Block 2800, drug law
violation, Sep. 18, 9:11 p.m.
Trapnell Rd W/Bell Farms Dr, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 21, 7:33 a.m.
Trapnell Rd W/Heathcoe Rd, theft,
Sep. 17,10:49 a.m.
Trapnell Rd W/Pippin Rd, fire, Sep.
20,1:45 p.m.
Trapnell Rd W/Turkey Creek, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 17, 9 a.m.


US 92 E, Block 3700, residential
burglary, Sep. 19,10:49 a.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5100, residential
burglary, Sep. 20, 10:04 p.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5300, criminal
mischief, Sep. 20, 6:52 p.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5300, residential
burglary, Sep. 20, 5:55 p.m.

33567
Alexander St N, Block 300, assault/
battery, Sep. 19,1:53 a.m.
Alexander St N, Block 300, dead
person, Sep. 20,7:49 p.m.
Armor Rd, Block 4600, disturbance,
Sep. 17,10:04 p.m.
Armor Rd, Block 4700, neighbor
trouble, Sep. 16,2:41 p.m.
Armor Rd, Block 4700, neighbor
trouble, Sep. 18, 3:10 p.m.
Bugg Rd, Block 4800, criminal mis-
chief, Sep. 16, 6:49 a.m.
CR 39 S/SR 60 E, drug law violation,
Sep. 19, 11:32 p.m.
Colson Rd, Block 1600, residential
burglary, Sep. 17, 8:01 a.m.
Colson Rd, Block 1600, residential
burglary, Sep. 19, 10:41 a.m.
Colson Rd, Block 1600, residential
burglary, Sep. 19, 10:45 a.m.
Colson Rd, Block 1600, residential
burglary, Sep. 19, 10:47 a.m.
Colson Rd, Block 400, criminal
mischief, Sep. 17,2:59 p.m.


Durant Rd, Block 5900, domestic
violence, Sep. 17,1:51 p.m.
Edison Rd, Block 8100, identity theft,
. Sep. 17,4:48 p.m. -
Glen Harwell Rd, Block 5300, domes-
tic violence, Sep. 16, 11:50 p.m.
Heathcoe Rd,1Block 4300, assault/
battery, Sep. 21, 9:41 p.m. .
James L Redman Pwy, Block 5300,
theft, Sep. 20, 9:29 a.m.
Jerry Smith Rd, Block 3800, noise
complaint, Sep. 21,12:36 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
20, 5:39 p.m.
Pitcher Rd, Block 8600, assault/
battery, Sep. 18, 5:03 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 4000, stolen vehicle,
Sep. 22, 2:39 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block'6000, assault/battery,
Sep. 22, 2:06 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 6000, vehicle burglary,
Sep. 17,1:44 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 1700, illegal dumping,
Sep. 21, 3:12 p.m.
Tanner Rd/US 92 W, theft in prog-
ress, Sep. 22, 3:14 p.m.
White Cliff PI, Block 4700, criminal
mischief, Sep. 16, 9:01 a.m.

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million dollars for
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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The 'Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The first orga-
nizational meeting for the 2008
American Cancer Society Plant
City Relay For Life was attend-
ed by committee leaders Sept.
10, with the theme Plant City
Rocks and Cancer Will Roll
energizing them all.
Chairwoman Carol Mayo
and her husband, Dennis,
opened their home to about 20
guests who make up the com-
mittees that spearhead the
event.
"Plant City has been a leader
in the Relay for Life fundraisers
in Florida since they started,"
Carol Mayo said. "We want to
raise a quarter of a million
dollars during the 2008 event.
We are going to do everything
we can do to make it happen."
Mayo has worked as a vol-
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Plant City for seven years. Last
year she was co-chairwoman,
and this year will share the


tribune photo by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Carol Mayo, standing, chairwoman of the 2008 Plant City Relay
For Life, talks to committee leaders at a recent planning meeting.


chair with Joana Rogers, an-
other Relay for Life veteran.
Also returning from last year
are Lauren Heise, Amanda Ste-
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Brown, Julie Crites, Nancy Ko-
massa and Casey and Jason
Jones.
"We have a lot of experience
returning this year," Mayo
said. "We also have a good
share of newcomers to the
event. Our financial goal is to


raise $250,000 this year. We
keep raising the bar."
The event raised $198,000 in
2006 and $219,000 in 2007.
"Our team is ready to rock
and make cancer roll," Mayo
said.
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The Mayps' 10-year-old
daughter, Danielle,. a fifth-
grader at Bryan Elementary
School, wrote a short piece
regarding her feelings about
cancer. Her cousin was diag-
nosed with Hodgkin's disease
some years ago and was saved
by surgery.
That experience drives in
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shared her thoughts with the
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'You have lung cancer,' or
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any minute now. But with Re-
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to feel like that. They can feel
like they will live and they will
be helped."


Danielle wrote that she and
her brother and their cousins
are raising money for Relay for
Life.
"We are washing cars and
dogs. Mowing lawns and
cleaning houses," she said. "I
feel proud helping to save
lives."
The groundwork is under
way, with a lot of work left'to
do, organizers said. The relay
opening ceremonies begin at 6
p.m. April 17 at Plant City High
School football stadium. The
event will continue until noon
April 18.
The organizing team is plan-
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tion from area schools, which
have been the largest contrib-
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past few years.
Barbara Franques, the direc-
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schools in District 6, will work
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Lauren Heise, the American
Cancer Society community
representative for Brandon,
Bloomingdale, Plant City and
Seffner, said the Plant City
relay has been a leader in
fundraising across the state;


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April 17 at Plant City
High School football
stadium. The event will
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April 18.

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PLANT CITY The Wharton
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three seasons, but don't look
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Friday's contest with an air of
smugness.
Wharton has had its share of
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Then it started going down-
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defeat, losing to Gaither 17-7 in
a district game. Wharton
bounced back by beating
Mitchell, but at 8-1, still need-
ed to beat Land 0' Lakes to
force a three-way tie for first
place in the district.
Not only did it not happen,
but Wharton was humiliated


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record of 8-2, the Wildcats'
season was over.
This year, Wharton has
posted a winning record, but
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humbler: Armwood held the
Wildcats to negative yardage
overall.
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ous quarterback and running
back. Marquis Thomas carried
the ball 29 times for 142 yards
in an early-season win against
Freedom, a game where the
Wharton defense posted a
shutout. Quarterback Andrew
Clifford has twice passed for
more than 100 yards.
Kickoff from Wharton is 7:30
p.m. Friday.
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By DAREK SHARP
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Even while
winning five times in a recent
stretch of six matches, the
Plant City High Raiders golf
team knows it could have
played better.
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years old," said Martin, who


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holes.
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AGES 7-17: The University of Tampa Hitting
Academy will conduct sessions Oct. 23, 30, Nov.
6, 13 and 20. Contact Frank Maldonado at fmal-
donado@ut.edu or (813) 486-6952.
AGES 8-13: Rookies Baseball Academy will con-
duct tryouts for new AAU teams Saturday. Two
developmental teams and after-school programs
also are being formed. Call (813) 857-2847.
AGES 11-U: A new travel team in the New Tam-
" pa-Temple Terrace area needs players. Call Rick
Borden at (813) 230-7261.
AGES 11-U: The East Lake Storm AAU team is
conducting tryouts. Call Steve Albers at (727)
641-5314.
AGES 11-U: The Plant City Raiders Black team is
conducting tryouts. Call Jeff Murray at (813)
205-8241.
AGES 11-U: The Tampa Tarpons need players.
Call Jeff Licata (813) 629-7710.
AGES 11/12/13/14-U: New AAU teams are con-
ducting tryouts. Call Pat Russo at (813) 390-
0105 or Paul Russo at (813) 690-0275.
AGES 12-U: The Plant City Raiders are conduct-
ing 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) 484-7500.
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 Perfor-
mance 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.
AGES 13-18: The University of South, Florida will
host a pitcher-catcher camp Oct. 6. Call Lazer
"Collazo at (813) 974-2507.

Basketball

GRADES 4-8: The Tampa Bay Inferno will con-
duct conditioning and training camps for boys
and girls through December. Call Harold Givens
at (813) 991-9933, Mike Bristow at (813) 601-
0426 or visit eteamz.active.com/tbi.
GRADES 11-12- Southeast Basketball Academy
will host a boys showcase Saturday. Call (813)
785-6878 or visit southeastbasketballacademy-
.com.

Football/Cheerleading

AGES 4-14: The Bay Area Raiders are conducting
registrations. Visit tamparaiders.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 floridawildcatallstars.com.
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 Margaret DeVore
at (813) 727-5199, or e-mail baycity-


cheer@msn.com.

Miscellaneous

FUTSAL: The Tampa Bay area will host interna-
tional tournaments for boys 11-18 on Feb. 9-10.
Contact Philip Tecla at (813) 541-7520 or tas-
faca@hotmail.com.
GOLF: PGA professional Christopher Kelly con-
ducts weekly clinics at Lexington Oaks Golf
Academy. Visit lexoaks.com or call (813) 907-
7270.
JUDO: The Florida School of Judo offers classes
for ages 5 and older throughout Hillsborough
County. Call Meredith Alaynick at (813) 741-1654
or alaynick@verizon.net or visit floridaschoolof-
judo.com.
LACROSSE: The New Tampa Lacrosse Associa-
tion needs volunteer coaches for its girls pro-
gram. Call Brian Baker at (813) 991-4835 or visit
ntlacrosse.com.
PHYSICALS: Westchase Physical Therapy &
Medical Supply will conduct physical for winter
sports Oct. 11. Call (813) 343-3960.

Soccer

AGES U-8: Unlimited Motion Soccer Academy is
conducting registrations for boys and girls for a
5v5 indoor league. Contact Mike Connell at (813)
948-5500 or mconnell@sportsandfield.net.
AGES 10-18: United Soccer Academy will conduct
a clinic and tryouts Oct. 13 for boys and girls
interested in international competition. Call
(800) 656-5499 or unitedsocceracademy.org.
AGES 12-U: The Valrico Arsenal boys team will
consider new players through October. Call Matt
Pelillo at (864) 216-1148 or e-mail S8adidas@ya-
hoo.com or laurieleb@yahoo.com.
DISABLED: The Outreach Program for Soccer will
conduct free registrations Saturday. Visit bran-
donsoccer.com.

Softball

AGES 5-17: The Town 'N Country Leaguerettes
slowpitch organization will conduct registrations
Saturday. 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 professional is
offering free first private lessons through Sep-
tember. Call (813) 486-8909 or e-mail coach-
valencia@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 ad-
vance to Youth Sports via e-mail
(sports@tampatrib.com), fax (813) 259-8148 or
mail to The Tampa Tribune Sports Dept, 200 S.
Parker St., Tampa FL 33606.


Perfect Game Both


Strange, Satisfying


By BOB AUSTIN
Tribune correspondent
Watching 12 consecutive
strikes sail back into the pit is
old hat for Ron Jolley.
After all, he has done it 27
times.
He has also stood on the
approach four or five times
and watched a single pin rob
him of a perfect game. And in
four or five other instances, a
two-pin leave has produced a
298.
Perfect game No. 27 arrived
last week in the Pin Chasers
Veterans Keglers League, and
Jolley terms it perhaps the
most satisfying, if not the
strangest.
"I purchased a new ball, a
Trak Temper, which was rec-
ommended by Ebonite's John
Gaines, the week before,"
Jolley said. "My first game last
week was 234, but the ball
wasn't coming off my hand
right. I raced into the pro
shop, and Dale Kolesar sanded
it down for me."
Twelve "feel-good" tosses
later, Jolley felt perfect, but he
had to suffer through the 11th-
ball ritual his teammates have
instituted.
"Whenever one of us has
the first 11," added Jolley, "the
teammates plant some money
on the score table. Everyone is
saying things like 'you'll never
get it, you're going to blow it.'
It actually lessens the pres-
sure."
Jolley rolled a 222 finale for
a 754 series.
LYONS, SATURNO PERFECT:
Derrick Lyons and Chris Sat-
urno recorded perfect games
last week at Florida Lanes.
Lyons, a lefty, had his in the
Wednesday Night Mixed
League. He had five straight
strikes in practice, opened
with a 300, then began the
second game with five in a
row. He finished with games
of 217 and 183 for a 700 series.
Saturno's perfect game
came in the Sportsmans
League.
HAIRSTON WINS PBA SWEEP-
ER: Brian Hairston captured
the weekly PBA Experience
Sweeper at Pin Chasers Mid-
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LOCAL BOWLING

and 236 for 684 scratch and a
780 handicap series. Second
was Chris Green with 673,
while Ed. Kowal came in third
with 665.
The sweeper is held every
Wednesday evening, with
registration at 8:30 and bowl-
ing at 9. Entry fee is $25. Lucy
Sandelin won the initial
sweeper the previous Wednes-
day.
AMF UNIVERSITY LANES: B.C.
Frye's 279-716 led the men,
while Cindy Clark, with 203,
and Casie Soderstrom, with
530, paced the women last
week.
Other scores for the men
were David Fitzwater 253-710,
Billy Herren 251-710, Ron Mo-
ran 242-668 and Don Helsel
254-641. Other scores for the
women were Lynn Helsel 189-
526, Vivian Olsen 191, Clark
498 and Stephanie Talley 186-
495.
FLORIDA LANES: Darren Walk-
er wasn't "perfect," but his
289-794 led all male bowlers
in series.
Other good scores for the
men were Matt Zhuetlin 765,
Xavier Chisholm 278--757,
Walter Dickey 268 and Mike
Fuller 670.
Terry Broyles had high
game for the women with 207,
while Ammy Sallot was the
leader in series with 568. Oth-
er good scores were Lisa Mor-
ris 536, Jewel Kozak 517, Tina
Carter 501, Beverly Williams
201, Mary Erbacher 512, Cindy
Smith 199-482, Annie Lea-
vines 180 and Sallot 204.
PIN POINTS: Bowling, with
Florida one of the leaders, is
the fastest-growing high
school sport this decade and
has now moved past ice hock-
ey in number of participants.
Nineteen states offering high
school varsity bowling com-
bined for 45,064 participants,
six percent higher than last
year's total of 42,482. Ice
hockey had 43,305 partici-
pants.
Send local bowling news to bo-
baustin@verizon.net.


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Plant City High School senior
Cody Lusk shot a two-under
par 34 against Armwood.

RAIDERS GOLF

Continued From Page 33

fired a 41, and John Conner
shot 42.
- To Martin, there's no secret
as to how his scores will get
better.
"My short game," he said.
"It's always given me prob-
lems. I don't like to practice
putting. I like to get out on the
range and hit the ball," he said.
Plant City's other three
starters are freshman who are
trying to give the Raiders a
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against Armwood with a 42.


and Raiders will meet again
Monday at Walden Lake.
Plant City and Durant are in
District 2A-11 along with the
other eight southeastern Hills-
borough County high schools,
as well as Wharton and Free-
dom.
"I was talking to [Durant
coach] Dick Sheffield and we
agreed, out of the 12 teams in
our district there are six to
seven that can win the thing,"
Brady said.
Last year, the Raiders fin-
ished second at the district
tournament to earn a trip to
the regionals.
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School of Music and Arts is now
enrollingg for the fall semester.
Private. lessons are offered in
piano, guitar, strings, voice,
drums, clarinet and trumpet for
children, teens and adults.
Group music classes are offered
for preschoolers ages 3-5. Les-
sons are at First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
(813) 750-4878.
COFFEE SHOP SCHEDULE: Es-
press Yourself Coffee 101, 101 E.
J. Arden Mays Blvd., offers the
following programs in Septem-
ber: jam session, 7 p.m. Friday-
;musical guest Brent Walker, 7
p.m. Saturday; knitting group, 6


p.m. Wednesday; and open mic
nights, 7-10 p.m. Thursday. The
art of the Rev. Carlos Rojas of
St. Clement Catholic Church is
on display at the coffee shop
throughout the month. (813)
659-0101.

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. There's no ad-
mission charge. (813) 754-1578.

PLAY GROUP: Mommy and Me,
a playtime for mothers, fathers
and tots ages 2 and up, is 10
a.m. to noon Wednesdays at the


Planteen Recreation Center, 301
N. Dort St., Plant City. (813)
659-4256.

BELLY DANCING: Belly dancing
classes are 5:30 to 7 p.m. Mon-
days at Planteen Recreation
Center, 301 N. Dort St., taught
by Mary Jane Aguilar. The clas-
ses teach the basics at a begin-
ner level with concentration 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. (863)
682-6009.

DANCE LESSONS: Veteran
dance instructor Susan Staton
offers dance lessons at 7 p.m.
Monday through October at
the Red Rose Inn and Suites,
2011 N. Wheeler St. Instruction



8th Annual

Fur Ball

Supporting the recent
rescue of 4 Tigers
joining the 100+ cats
that call the sanctuary home.


"Come dressed
in your best safari
cat costume
or formal attire."


Have a fun evening raising funds to care for
Bella, Trucha, TJ & Modnic, four mistreated tigers
rescued in May from a backyard breeder.


October 12,2007
6:30 pm midnight /A La Carte Pavilion

Hosted by Cynthia Smoot from FOX 13
Tickets: $150 VIP Tables: $1,500
Get Your Tickets Today!
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Info@BigCatRescue.org


* "Wildlife Guardian Angel"
Award to Bo Derek
" Complimentary Wine by Papio
* Spirits by Future Brands
SRolex Rffle by AvantGold
Li Uve Auction with 4 International Trips
* Silent Auction and Big Cat Bargain Sale
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swing and waltz. Each session is
$10, reservations are not re-
quired. Students are all ages
and no partner is needed. (813)
752-3141.

HISTORIC DEPOT: The Union
Station Welcome Center and
Railroad Museum is open from
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, Fri-
days and Saturdays. The histor-
ical train depot is at 102 N.
Palmer St. and includes a muse-
um, gift shop and model rail-
road. There is no admission
charge.

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.
Send items at least a week before the
desired publication date to Communi-
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ACROSS
1 Dial-up device
6 Old Chevy model
11 Maladroit types
15 Hebrew month
19 Sao_
20 Liquid part of fat
21 Applications
22 Prefix meaning
47 Down
23 1962 BookerT.
& the MGs hit
25 Studio group
whose Alka Seltzer
song "No Matter
What Shape (Your
Stomach's In)"
became a Top
Ten hit in 1965
27 1964 AlHirt hit
29 Cartoon genre
30 Carnival guess
33 Lyle Lovett label
34 Additionally
35 Mayberry__
37 River of Spain?
38 Lammermoor bride
40 Throat armor
44 Singer of the 1993
No. 1 hit "I'd Do
Anything for
Love (But I
Won't Do That)"
46 1971 Rolling
Stones hit
48 "Please ..."
50 Caf6 preference
51 Grateful follower?
53 Batting coach
Charlie
54 Promising clue
58 Bilko, to his men
60 "You Keep Me
Hangin' On"
rockers of 1968
64 Stretch across


67 Jane, to Bridget
69 Dog with Peter
Lorre's voice
70 Big-house insert
71 Cutting remark
72 Jefferson
Airplane spinoff
band of 1969
74 "Make It with
You" group of
the 1970s
76 1958 hit by the
Champs
78 Court coup
79 Dept. head
80 Aegean Sea
island
81 on it!"
83 Wine sediment
84 Herb Alpert &
the Tijuana Brass
tune of 1965
88 __ Park, Colo.
90 Siberian river
91 Singer Stewart
92 Dixie pronoun
94 Visiting locally
98 Make pure
102 "Play That
Funky Music"
group of 1976
104 Song on the
Beatles' "White
Album"
107 Memorable tenor
109 Bilko, to his
mother
110 Cask contents
111 White House
nickname
112 TV part: abbr.
113 Bag-inspecting
org.
115 Giants slugger
116 Scotch whisky
brand, _'s


118 First of two groups
that may come
in handy for this
puzzle?
123 1952 Hank
Williams hit
126 Second of two
groups that may
come in handy for
this puzzle?
130 Dies__
131 Pen sound
132 Based on story
133 com
134 New Year's word
135 Family diagram
136 Lunch times
137 Marsh of mystery

DOWN
1 Driving stat
2 Boat propeller
3 Expected
4 Current abbr.
5 Obsession of a sort
6 Earl of Sandwich's
name
7 Pastiche
8 Element #10
9 Element #30
10 Handle-shaped
11 Beat
12 Like fireplaces
13 Ticket add-on
14 Erstwhile speeder
15 Impulse carrier
16 La Motta portrayer
17 Absence of oomph
18 Sharon
24 Non-Rx
26 George Thoro-
good's "_ the
Bone"
28 Denial of a sort
30 Actress Jessica
31 Authority


32 Earth sci.
35 Does FAA or FDA
work
36 Ann, opposite
Kong
39 "Sorry,
listening"
41 Utah city
42 Norma
43 Anti- boots
(sci-fi footwear)
44 Airline rarity, today
45 Doozy
47 Foreign
49 Furnishings you
draw
52 Venture to mention
55 Comedian Izzard
56 Acrobatic
57 "Le Viol" painter
59 Highway barrier
61 PBS supporter
62 Germfree
63 Help-page feature,
briefly
64 Knitted wrap
65 Pocket, to Pierre
66 Eschewed diner
food
68 Sporty Fords
73 Diamond head?
75 Anonymous
litigant
77 Donegal's home
82 Snitches
85 Walk nervously
86 Volcano top
87 Bryn__
89 Fill with courage,
old-style '
93 Lucy of Kill Bill
95 "Yes ?"
96 Order in the court
97 Putin denial
99 Elastic material
100 UV index monitor


101 Behold, to Caesar
103 Pipe residues
104 Pilgrims to Mecca,
variantly
105 Cow-owning Mrs.
106 Seinfeld character
108 Inverse trig
function
112 Fountain order
114 Fisherman's lure?
117 Busy as __
118 Newcastle's river
119 be young
again!"
120 Flying start?
121 Like yams


122 Forest male
124 Filming locale
125 Tune
127 Pitching stat
128 _-Tan cigars
129 Calif. airport abbr.


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"PuzzleWorks ") to: Crosswords, Box 15066,
Tampa FL 33684-5066 Please specify which
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Lounge, Burgundy,
Micro fiber,
$500 for Both.
Call; 813-630-0280
SOFA
New Modern -
Only $150.
813-832-5555

( Health Products ))
FREE WEIGHT LOSS
Call to get your free
bottle w/ hoodia
Please, limit 1 per
household
Call now 1-800-820-5469

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Price Includes Prescrip
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866-465-0745
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(( Jewelry & Watches )
GEMOLOGIST-BUYING!
$ PAID for Gold, Silver
Jewelry & Coins.
Diamonds. Watches. Etc
r-SAM (727) 804-7463-m

ROLEX- BUY SELL
Service-Selection.Yates
Jewelers, 1708 S.Dale
Mabry. 813-253-2164.


( Kid's Stuff )
NAME BRAND KIDS
CLOTHES 50%-70% Off
FREE CATALOG Call
888-Z25-9411 Mention
Disc Code MK23752
For Huge Savings! Visit
magiclidsusa.com

Lawn & Garden
Equipment J
LAWN Tractor 4 r old
Craftsman LT 1000 18.0
HP,42" Mower Electric
Start Automatic Trans
mission $650.00
(813)689-2225
(813)505-2157
spontillo@verizon.net

Machinery & ]
Heavy Equipment
CARPET Cleaning Equip
Panther 15 truck mount
exc cond 1200 hrs,
hoses & access incl.
$4500 813-741-1312
EXCAVATOR on wheels
plus 2 Dump Trucks, all
run, need work Only
$6800 Take All
813-205-9997
FORKLIFT Air tire diesel
engine. $4900 Teledyne
Princton $6,900
813-478-5270

FORKLIFTS Ringpower
L/T has "As Is'to fully
second. Stop and see
why we give the best
value in reconditioned
Forklifts in the State.
Huge inventory. 1401 US
Hwy. 301 No Tampa.
Larry 813-620-I337a
Forklift Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts, Svc,
Rentals, New, Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251


( Medical Equipment )
SCOOTER/CHAIR: jazzy 4
whis, cost $5800, used 2
mos. 6 mos. warr.
$11006. Lift also availa-
ble 813-390-0391

(Miscellaneous For Sale))
A/C-COOL/HEAT-- Brand
new, Mobile Hm, House,
Commef, Top Brands -Up
to lOyr Wrnty. All sizes
whisale or less!Free 24/7
Delivery 813-643-9277
ARCADE GAMES Starting
at$475 CD Juke Boxes
starting at $400.
Service Available
813-293-6836
AUTOMOTIVE Shop
equipment for sale,
Name brand equipment.,
813-754-1939
BATHTUB REFINISHING..
. Renew / Change Color.
Tub Tile Sink &Chip
Repair. Commercial &
Residential. 5yrs. War
ranty. Quick Response,
Insured. Serving Florida.
Over 10yrs. "Florida's
Tub Doctor." 1-888-
686-9005
BEDS AAA+ VISCO
Thera-PeuUc Nasa
Memory Foam Mattress
ANY SIZE-$399
NEW 25 YEAR WTY
FREE FAST Delivery
BEST PRICE DORMIA
ADJUSTABLE $799
60 Night Trial"
7924W. Hillsborough
7101 US Hwy 19 No
NOW OPEN
Outlet in Springhill-
3021 commer" way
352-688-3454
OPEN EVERYDAY!
www.mattressdr.com
813-889-9020
863-299-4811
727-525-6500
1-800-ATSLEEP
CALL ANYTIME!


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CONCRETE Pavers 2nds,
For manufacture,
Brooksville Call Pam
352-799-7933 www.
flagstonepavers.com

*DAY BED $325*
Complete with 2 twin
marts & pop-up trundle.
New, never used,can
deliver. 813-924-1326
DIRECT FREE 4"Room
System! Checks Ae
cepted! Free 4 Months
Al 250 Channels +
HBO/Cinemax/Showtim-
e! Hurry, Ask How!
Pkgs. Start $29.99 Free
DVR/HD! 1-800-973-9044
FENCE SALE
1x6 $23.95
BOARD ON BOARD
www.daniellefence.com
813-681-6181
FREE DIRECT 4 Room
System! Checks Ac
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All250 Channels +
HBO/Cinemax/Showtim
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Pkgs. Start $29.99 Free
DVR/HD! 1-800-216-7149
GIGANTIC MIRRORS
Jobsite leftovers,
48"x100"xl/4" (15),
$115/each.
72"x100"xl/4" (11),
$165/each.
72"x50"xl/4" w/1" Bev
el, $115/each. 84"x60"
w/1" Bevel, $135 each.
Free delivery most
areas. A & J Wholesale.
800-473-0619.
LULLTelescoping Fork-
lift, $12,500 Massey
Ferguson; 2745 Tractor
$7,500 In Plant City
813-478-5270
TBO.com,
Keyword: CarSeeker


Miscellaneous For Sale)
WOOD'S Custom
Buildings 813-713-2333
State Lic. CBC1253330




21x21 $ 9,702 "
21x30 '13,860
24x24 $12,672
24x30 $15,840
24x40 21,120
30x30 $19,800
on 4" slab, complete &
enclosed 4/12 pitch on
roof; storage above the
trusses, garage door,
entrance doors
resident/commercial &
other sizes available
We do.remodeling
additions, metal
roofing, concrete slabs,
garage doors & repairs.

, Musical Instruments)
PIANO Baby Grand. YA-
MAHA 5'8 black, exc
cond. disk systems
avail. $6,000. 727-323-
3168. Must Sell Now!!
PIANO Player Grand-
Kohler & Campbell
Almost New-Orig
$15,000-Sacrifice
$6,900 (727)967-5433
PIANOS Simply the
Cleanest re-certified
Yamahas around
choose from over 50.
5 year warranties
48" upright ..........$1000
52" Studio U3.$3,000
C-3 6'1" Blck $ 7500
C-2 5'8".............::::d ,5o00
5'2" w/disc. sys.. $7,500
Wholesale Pianos
888-600-5188
Classifieds thanks you
for your business.


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Outlet Store. Save on all
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401 S. Parsons Ave.
Brandon (813) 655-6554

WALL TO WALL!!
LIQUIDATING
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WWW.PIANOSTORE.NET
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Nurseries & Trees )
KNIGHT'S NURSERY
Azalea, Roses, Crotons,
Hibiscus, Crape Myrtles
Viburmun, Figs, much
more. Airport Rd Plant
City Reg #04710685
813-752-7676

LIVE OAKS,
#125 GAL 3"Cal, 12' $65
#215 GAL 1" Cal 6' $15
748-8640 Reg #47220672

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Furniture/Supplies J
BUSINESS Phone Sys-
tems Installed w/ lyr
wrty. AT&T Northstar,
All Brands Lowest
Prices. 813-985-5011

STEELCASE 9000 Desks
30x60. SinOle ped. $275
double pea. $350
w/hutch + $100
Call Matt 727-647-1853

SRestaurant / Hotel]
Equip.
PIZZA Oven, large fits 6
16" pizzas 2 grills, all
gas, $1500 for all 3
Like new.
813-931-1404.


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STEEL BUILDINGS SAVE
30% Perfect for Garag
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houses, Churches, Rid
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available. Stamped Blue
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Call 888-448-6963


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EXECUTIVE HUNT LEASE
7,000+ ac high fenced
30 miles E ofGainesville
trophy deer, turkey
hogs. Jay 813-478-0841

HUNTERS Wanted! Ham-
ilton Co. 1000 acres w
feeders plots, stands &
lodge. Needs 4 hunters.
Robert: 813-833-8839

POOL TABLE $1150
4x8 Pro Series 1" slate,
leather pockets, ball &
claw feet, still in crate,
lifetime warranty! Can
deliver. 813-477-9127

POOL TABLE (1) 4x8
Pro Series 1 Tourna-
ment slate, K66, 100%
gum rubber rails new
in box never used. Cost
$3200, sell $1250. Can
deliver. 813-225-2692

POOL Table 8 ft, solid
oak, Marble 3 pc slate,
barely used, includes
liiht $1,300
(813)789-7969

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Ellipticals, Benches,
Home Gyms, & other
exercise equip. Free
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leather, navigation,
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obo 813-601-2534
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mi $2950.813-531-9112
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