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Publication Date: October 3, 2007
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WEDNESDAY,OCTOBER 3, 2007


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The Plant City Police Department has hired seven new officers in
recent months as it works to keep enough officers on the streets. The
department and law enforcement agencies nationwide share the same
problem a decreasing number of qualified applicants for vacancies.
STORY, PAGE 12


Tribune photo by LiGEG F IGH I1
Sgt. Jim Watkins, left, briefs new Plant City police officers Ahmed Elsedoudi and Gary Smith during roll call. "Re-
placing police personnel who have left the department is harder than ever," Police Chief Bill McDaniel says.

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No Jackobury
Citing ongoing work
at Urban Forest Park,
officials decide
against staging the
Jackobury Halloween.
Page 7

Making Their
Feelings Known
Protesters who
picketed a pet store
after the owner's
arrest on an animal
cruelty charge say
they plan to continue
their efforts.
Page 26

Healthy Fun
A Children's Health
Fair includes a healthy
dose of fun. See Plant
City Update. .
Page 28


On The Mend
Plant City High
running back
Sirchauncey Holloway
is bouncing back from
a shoulder injury.
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Marine Back Home From Second Tour In Iraq


PLANT CITY Marine Cpl.
David Clemann is back from
his second tour in Iraq. Cle-
mann, stationed at Camp
Lejune in Jacksonville, N.C.,
and his wife, Cynthia, are from
Plant City. They have two
sons, Seth and Jonathan.

Plant City Scout
Makes Eagle
PLANT CITY A Court of
Honor was held Sept. 15 at
Cork United Methodist
Church, designating Adam
Harlow to the highest rank in
Boy Scouts, an Eagle Scout.
He is a member of Troop 734
based out of Bethany Baptist
Church in the Cork area.
He was presented a certif-
icate of achievement from
Gulf Ridge Council, Timucua
District, by Nick Bodwell,
Timucua District training
chair and the Boy Scouts of
America Eagle Scout certif-
icate and pin by H.V. Nawlin,
former scoutmaster of troop
734. Harlow's uncle, Doug


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Columnist
Jensen, presented his nephew
with a flag that was flown over
the U.S. Capitol onl May 29,
2007, in his honor. Jensen
Harlow read a poem in her
brother's honor.
To earn the honor, Harlow
spent about 100 hours (with
help from his troop) irrigating
and replanting several areas at
John B. Sargent Park in
Thonotosassa.

Durant High Grad
Wins Scholarship
PLANT CITY Nanci Palacios,
a graduate of Durant High
School, has been awarded the


Adam Harlow recently became
an Eagle Scout,

first George F. Sorn schol-
arship. The Florida Specialty
Crop Foundation presented
the award Sept. 18. She
achieved a 5.0 grade-point
average and an impressive list
of honors.
Active in community ser-
vice, Palacios is attending


George F. Sorn, left,and Jay Taylor present Nanci Palacios the
Florida Specialty Crop Foundation's George F. Sorn scholarship
award. Palacios is attending Hillsborough Community College.


Hillsborough Community
College with a goal of enroll-
ing in University of South
Florida to pursue a medical
career. The scholarship is
named for Sorn, an industry
veteran,'and the foundation,


established in 1991, which
addresses specialty crop grow-
ers' scientific and knowledge
needs.
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cadon for the scholarship that
"sometimes people criticize
without knowing the true
history behind each individu-
al. It's up to us, as migrant
sons and daughters, to prove
them wrong and demonstrate
that we too can be leaders to
be followed."


Local Artist Featured
At Art Guild Meeting
PLANT CITY --Monica Naugle
of Plant City is scheduled to
be the guest artist at the East
Hillsborough Art Guild's
meeting Monday at the Great-
er-Plant City Chamber of
Commerce on Evers Street.
Born in Colombia, Naugle
does metal weavings.
Her works have been exhib-
ited at the Polk Museum of Art
in Lakeland and she is in the
public art collections of the
Jan Plan Regional Library,
Tampa, and soon a terrazzo
floor at the Loretta Ingraham
Recreation Center, Tampa.
Anne Kavanagh, who will be
the guild's guest artist some-
time after the first of the year,
is exhibiting at Tampa In-
ternational Airport's art gal-


COMMUNITY
CALENDAR
Community Calendar is a listing of
community events.
EDIBLE NATIVE PLANTS: Sid
Taylor, of the Hernando Chapter
of the Florida Native Plant Soci-
ety, will give a free lecture on
edible native plants from 7-8:30
p.m. today at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. Tay-
lor's discussion on using some
of Florida's native plants for
food will be followed by a native
plant drawing sponsored by the
city. Call Shawna Himelright at


Photo from the Rev. Nora Lehman Moore
The Rev. Nora Lehman Moore, left, Dolly Partons aunt Dorothy Jo
Parton, Faye Judah and Sissy Lehman visit together at Dollywood.


lery (in the corridor going
toward the hotel). -
For information, call guild
President Betty Jones at (813)
754-2859.


Minister, Daughter Meet
Dolly Parton's Kin
PLANT CITY The Rev. Nora
Lehman Moore recently trav-
eled with daughter Nora
McClendon, daughter-in-law
Sissy Lehman and longtime
friend Faye Judah, to Pigeon
Forge, Tenn. While at Dolly-
wood.theme park, they met
Dolly Parton's aunt and uncle.
"We saw the handiwork of
God everywhere we went,"
said Moore, who attended a


(813) 757-9289, Ext. 2249.
BIKE FEST: The motorcycle
event is from 5-10 p.m. Oct. 6 in
and around Union Station Wel-
come Center, 102 N. Palmer St.
The event features live music,
vendors and the roar of motor-
cycles, old and new. (813) 754-
3707
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS: Bru-
ton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St., will have the
following children's programs
during October: "Old MacDonald
has a Farm," Tuesday, 9:30
a.m. for toddlers and 10:30 a.m.


retreat in Brooksville after her
return from Tennessee.
The retreat was sponsored
by the Pentecostal Church of
God and was attended by 105
women from across the state.
Before returning home, she
visited her son and family in
Jennings.
"The greatest blessings of
life are not bought in a store,
but love for family and friends
are treasures on Earth," the
minister said.

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or fax to (813) 865-4441.


for preschoolers; "Apples," Oct.
16, 9:30 a.m. for toddlers and
10:30 a.m. for preschoolers;
"Make Pumpkins," workshop for
children 8-14, Oct. 17, 3:30 p.m.;
"Native American Stories," Oct.
23, 9:30 a.m. for toddlers and
10:30 a.m. for preschoolers;
"Scarecrows,: Oct. 30, 9:30 a.m.
,,for toddlers and 10:30 a.m. for
preschoolers; and Baby Time, 10
a.m. Thursday. (813) 757-9215
GOP WOMEN: Hillsborough
County Sheriff David Gee will be
the featured speaker at the 6
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THINGS TO DO


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


Today

Good Enough To Eat
Edible native plants will be
the topic at a talk from 7 to
8:30 p.m. by Sid Taylor, of the
Hemando Chapter of the
Florida Native Plant Society,
at Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St.
Call (813) 757-9289, Ext.
2249.

Friday


A Fashion Statement
A fashion show featuring
Nia Bella's, Herban Cowboy
and My Girlfriend's Place is at
7 p.m. at Espress Yourself
Coffee 101, 101 E. J. Arden
Mays Blvd., Plant City. Call
(813) 659-0101.

Food, Fun At Dance
Teens Night, including
dancing, pizza, drinks and fun
is 7 to 11 p.m. at Planteen
Recreation Center, 301 Dort
St., sponsored by the city
Recreation and Parks Depart-
ment. The event is for youths
ages 12 to 15. Admission is $6.
Call (813) 659-4200, Ext. 4340.

Saturday


Educational Program
An education program is at
1 p.m. at Mount Olive Com-
munity Center Technology &
Resource Center, 604 W. Ball
St.
The event will help partici-
pants learn about school pro-
grams, resources, services,
training, funding, college,
FCAT, graduation and many
other facets of education.
The program is free, but
registration is required. Those

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Nia Ramo is co-owner of Nia Bella's, is bringing fashions to Espress
Yourself Coffee 101 on Friday. Herban Cowboy and My Girlfriend's
Place will show off some fine threads, too.


interested in registering by
phone can call Rose Anderson
at (813) 759-4692, or Ruth Hall
at (813) 272-4405.

flu Shots At Church
A flu shot clinic is set for 1
to 4 p.m. at Cork United
Methodist Church, 4815 W.
Sam Allen Road, Plant City.
There is no co-pay-for qual-
ified Medicare Part B recipi-
ents (without HMO) or Ster-
ling Option 1 participants.
Medicare HMO participants
are considered self-pay. Flu
shots are $30 and pneumonia
shots are $40.Call (813) 754-
3233.

Halloween Dance
Even some of the smallest
ghosts and goblins can dance


You and your family can get flu
shots Saturday afternoon at
Cork United Methodist Church
on Sam Allen Road.

and have fun at the Plant City
Recreation and Parks Depart-
ment's annual Halloween-
themed Kids Night Out, from
6 to 9 p.m. at Planteen Recre-
ation Center, 301 N. Dort St.
The event is for children
kindergarten through age 12
and cash prizes will be award-
ed for the funniest, scariest
and most original costumes.


Ghosts and goblins will be
dancing Saturday at the annual
Halloween Kids Night Out at
Planteen Recreation Center.

Pizza and drinks will be
served. Cost is $6 per person,
or $5 if in costume.
Call (813) 659-4200, Ext.
4340.

Some Music And Coffee
Entertainers Hapi and Patty
from the Crabgrass Cowboys
See THINGS TO DO, Page 6 0>


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during the next few
weeks.
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will perform at 7 p.m. at Es-
press Yourself Coffee 101, 101
E. J. Arden Mays Blvd.
Call (813) 659-0101.


God And Gospel Music
The Preston Sisters and the
Spiritual Servants are featured
at a gospel sing at 7 p.m. at
Church of God of Prophecy,
11607 Grovewood Ave.,
Thonotosassa.
Refreshments will be served
and an offering collected. Call
-(813) 752-2778.

Big Name Acts At Hotel
National recording artists
P.J. Leary and The Las Vegas
Sounds Band will perform at 8
p.m. in the Red Rose Dining
Room at the Red Rose Inn and
Suites in Plant City.
Leary topped the charts as a
member of the group Nu Tor-
nados with the rock tune
"Philadelphia U.S.A." His
piano and vocal talents are
supported by the Las Vegas
Sounds Band, whose mem-


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bers have played with such
groups as The Four Tops, The
Temptations, The Platters and
The Drifters.
There's no cover charge for
the show but there's a mini-
mum $25 purchase in the
dining room or lounge. Desti-
ny, the Red Rose Dining
Room's long-running house
band, will open for the show
at 7 p.m. and provide music
for dancing after the show
until closing. The hotel is at
2011 N. Wheeler St.
For information, call (813)
752-3141.

Sunday

A Mission Convention
A convention that con-
cludes with exhibits on missi-
ons and a reception is at 10:15
a.m. at First Presbyterian
Church of Plant City, 404 W.
Reynolds St. Call (813) 752-
4211.

Tuesday

Kid Time On The Farm
A children's program, "Old
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No Jackobury Halloween This Year


A number of
spooky events are
scheduled at
Planteen center.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The city has big
plans for Halloween, but they
don't include a repeat of last
year's Jackobury, which fea-
tured haunted trails and
spooky special effects.
Jackobury drew more than
2,000 visitors and brought in
about $20,000 at Urban Forest
Park. City officials plan to use
the 72-acre park west of Plant
City Stadium in the future to
help generate revenue for the
Recreation and Parks Depart-
ment. But this year's Hallow-


een will not be one of them.
The city decided against an-
other Jackobury as develop-
ment continues on hiking
trails, pavilions and picnic ar-
eas.
"The city engineer is not
finished with surveying, path
building and road construc-
tion in the Urban-Forest Park,"
.said Jack Holland, ,recreation
and parks director. "Asking
them to vacate the project to
use the property for a Hallow-
een event would be counter-
productive."
City Engineer Brett Gocka
said there are safety concerns
to consider as well.
"We have some debris piles,
unfinished paths and the like,"
Gocka said.
Eventually the Urban Forest


Park will be used for many
special events by the city, Hol-
land said. Memorial Day,
Fourth of July, Labor Day and
Halloween are possible times
the park could be. used for
special events, he said. Just not
this year, he said.
But that doesn't mean the
city will be ignoring the season
for trick or treating. During
October, a number of Hallow-
een events are scheduled- at
the Planteen Recreation Cen-
ter, 301 N. Dort St.
They include:
A Halloween themed Kids
Night Out for youngsters kin-
dergarten through 12 years old
is from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday.
Admission is $6, or $5 if in
costume. Cash prizes will be
awarded for funniest, scariest


and most original costumes.
There will be dancing, and
pizza and drinks will be pro-
vided.
The Hallowscreams Teen
Dance is from 7 to 11 p.m. Oct.
26 for youths 11 to 16, with a
haunted house and costume
contest. Recreation and parks
officials said there would be
pizza, drinks, candy and a D.J.
spinning scary tunes. Tickets
are $6, $5 for those in costume.
A pumpkin-carving con-
test is from noon to 2 p.m. Oct.
27. Contestants, kindergarten
through fourth grade, "can
compete for a trophy. The
event is free. Contestants must
provide the pumpkin and cut-
ting tools.
The Planteen Haunted
Carnival and Spook House is


from 6. to 10 p.m. Oct. 27.
Tickets are $6, $5 for those in
costume. It's open to young-
sters in kindergarten through
sixth grade. Activities will in-
clude haunted carnival games,
a scream filled haunted house,
and a cake walk and pifiata to
end the night.
"The Planteen events always
a good turnout," said Chris
Washburn, the Planteen man-
ager.
"We expect a good response
again this year."
For information about the
Planteen Halloween events,
call Washburn at (813) 659-
4200, Ext. 4340.

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


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will take in
Georgia's .
mountains, .
By CHERYL KUCK
Tribune correspondent
PLANT CITY Plant City is
not only a richly rural commu-
nity known as the winter
strawberry capital of the world,
but it also has its share of
people who have made a dif-
ference in the county and
helped shape the state. Its cul-. -
tural heritage is as rich as the
fertile soil and is peppered
with the legendary names of
those who have made a lasting
and meaningful contribution
to the arts. Eleanore McDade
is one of them.
McDade, who is moving to Plant City W
Georgia in mid-October, was rendering Jum
honored recently by the East
Hillsborough Art Guild for her in Plant Cil
many years of service, who was I
"As founder of this guild, I string of pe.
leave my heart here with you earrings f


y," said McDade,
presented with a
arls and matching
rom the guild.


McDade wiped away tears as
she said goodbye.
McDade was a South Florida
executive before she moved in


1981 to the farming area along
Sapp Road in Plant City. Trad-
ing her high heels in for mud
boots and her marketing port-


McDade shows off the her
farewell cake Wednesday dur-
ing the East Hillsborough Art
Guild meeting.

folio for a paintbrush, she be-
gan devoting time to the seri-
ous study of art.
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The woman who broke
through the business world's
glass ceiling showed Plant City
area residents she could run
her acreage, drive a forklift
truck, sell what she grew and
still manage to graduate from
Tampa Tech with honors in
graphic arts. She studied with
noted art teachers from
throughout the United States,
England, France and Italy and,
in the process, became a rec-
ognized and established Flori-
da artist.
McDade also helped other
artists network and increase
their potential. Finding her ex-
ecutive skills were not as dor-
mant as she had believed, she
joined the Brandon League of
Fine Arts 16 years ago and one
year later became a founder of
Plant City's art guild.
"In 1992 I volunteered to
establish a new art guild," she
said. "I called a steering com-
mittee to meet at my home


and we voted on the name and
held a contest for area artists
to design a new logo. Shelly
Haddox [of Plant City] won the
contest and we have used that
logo ever since."
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guiding force behind the
guild's high school arts schol-
arship program and annual
arts competition management
venue with the Florida Straw-
berry Festival.
Her credits and achieve-
ments include an invitation to-
become an arts and letters
member of the National Pen
Women of America. She is a
board member of the Plant
City Photo Archives, a member
of the Plant City Arts-Council,
associate member of The Flor-
ida Watercolor Society, as well
as a member and past presi-
dent of the GFWC Woman's
Club of Plant City. McDade's
paintings grace many homes
and businesses including ren-
derings of Bruton Memorial
Library, Lee' Building, St.,
Clement Catholic Church,
Mount Olive Baptist Church
and The New York Firefighters
Museum, to name a few.


As founder of this
guild, I leave my heart
here with you in Plant
City."
ELEANORE McDADE

Retiring from the art guild
does not mean a retirement
from the art world. Now decid-
ing to conquer the Georgia
mountain art scene, the artist
is moving with her, son, Wil-
liam Wooster, a Hillsborough
County deputy sheriff, his wife,
Tina, and her two grandchil-
dren, Julia and William Jr., to
Blairsville. Her daughter Judith
Ann Wooster, also a deputy,
said, "I moved here so I could
be with my family and now
they are all moving away!"
People wishing to Tollow
McDade's career or have ques-
tions about art commissions
may contact her at her new
home: 4923 Big Sky Road,
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New Plant City police recruit Gary Smith, right, assists Officer Mike Bard on a traffic stop turned drug investigation. Recruits face a two-week
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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The Plant City
Police Department has
hired seven officers since
April, just to keep up with a 10
percent personnel loss each
year.
Police departments across
the nation face challenges to
keep enough officers on the
street. The local police depart-
ment may vary in size from
other area law enforcement
agencies, but it shares the
same problem not enough
qualified applicants.
"Replacing police personnel
who have left the department
is harder than ever," police
Chief Bill McDaniel said. "Not
long ago we had 100 applicants
for every job vacancy. Now it
seems we have a bucket load


of vacancies and very few ap-
plicants. It's the same all over
the country. It's not just a local
phenomenon."
There are many factors in
the shortage, and Plant City
also faces the problem of offi-
cers leaving to go to higher-
paying departments.
Turnover is expensive, the
chief said.
"It takes about $65,000 to
train and outfit a police offi-
cer," McDaniel said. "That in-
cludes everything from review-
ing 20 applications to find a
suitable recruit, to screening,
polygraph testing, orientation,
training and outfitting."
The cost includes uniforms,
equipment and the use of
items such as a cruiser, com-
puters, radar and weapons.


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Kyle Russell, right, works with training officer Tiffany Lindsey. The last week of training has the
recruit working and the training officer observing. After an evaluation, the officer goes on patrol.

"There is a lot of paperwork. But the main focus is to help people who need
help. ...My purpose is to protect people who are being threatened by others
and cannot protect themselves."
A.M. ELSEDOUDI
Plant City police recruit hired in June


New Plant City Police recruit Gary Smith makes a
traffic stop during a patrol as part of his training.


McDaniel introduced the
latest seven recruits in August
during a city commission
meeting. Their appearance at.
the meeting was requested by
commissioners, who said it is
important that the public have
an opportunity to meet in-
coming officers.
"Presently, the police de-
partment is budgeted for 76
detectives and uniformed offi-
cers," said Sanders Bush, the
city's director of human re-
sources. "That number has re-
mained the same during the
last two years."
The department has no va-
cancies.
McDaniel said his depart-
ment follows Justice Depart-
ment survey results on the
number of sworn officers


needed.
Municipal or county law
agencies are most efficient if.
they have between 2 and 2.5
officers per 1,000 residents,
McDaniel said. "Based on a
-projected [Plant. City popula-
tion] figure of about 35,000 we
are at 2.1 officers per thou-
sand."
"We continue to maintain-
the highest standard of train-
ing and performance from all
of our staff. I am proud of all
the officers in pur department.
Every day they do their best to
serve this community," McDa-
niel said;
During the 2006-07 fiscal
year, Bush said there were
eight officer terminations,
about a 10.5 percent turnover.
"In that timeframe we had


two retirements, four officers
left for personal reasons and
three accepted other employ-
ment. Two went to work for
the Tampa Police Department
and one to the Polk County
Sheriffs Office," Bush said.
In 2005-06 Bush said there
were 10 terminations, with two
retirements. three officers who
left for personal reasons, four
who took other employment
and one who left without a
declared reason.
Some of the turnover in po-
lice departments is attributed
to differing pay scales. In Hills-.
borough County the differenc-
es are substantial.
According to county and
municipal Web sites the city of

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Recent Recruits
The seven recruits hired since April are:

A. M. ELSEDOUDI
Born in Alexandria, Egypt, a naturalized citi-
zen of the United States who moved with his
family to Tampa from Rocky Mount, N.C., where
he went to school; unmarried, he is 24
Former officer with the Edgecombe, N.C.,
Sheriffs Office and Nashville Police Department
Elsedoudi with good recommendations
Joined Plant City police June 4

DEEDEE A. GREGORY
Born and resides in Plant City; married with
two children, she is 42
Graduated Plant City High School
Graduated Polk Community College Law En-
Gregory forcemerit Academy December 2006
0 Joined Plant City police April 9

JOHN E. HARRISON
Born in Kansas City, Kan., where he graduated
high school; lives in Valrico; married with three
children, he is 41
Received associate's degree from U.S. Air
Force Community College, bachelor's degree
Harrison from Embry Riddle Aero University and MBA
from Touro University; attended Georgia Tech
and received Federaln aviation Administration aviation certif-
icate
Joined Air Force 1985, attended Officer Training School 2001
and received an officer commission.
Attended Hillsborough Community College Law Enforce-
ment Academy
Joined Plant City police Aug. 6


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RONALD W. NEIPERT
Born and resides in Tampa; unmarried, he is
22
Graduate of Robinson High School
Attended Hillsborough Community College
Law Enforcement Academy
Worked at Tampa Police Department as
dispatcher and a reserve police officer
Joined Plant City police Aug. 6

GAYLYN "KYLE" RUSSELL
Born in Tampa, lives in Plant City; unmarried,
he is 21
Graduate of Plant City High School
Attended Hillsborouglh Community College
Law Enforcement Academy
Joined Plant City police lime 4

GARY L SMITH
Born in Dade City, lives in Zephyrhills; un-
married, he is 20 /
Graduate of Zephyrhills High School and
Pasco Hernando Community College Law En-
forcement Academy
Served as'a detention deputy with the Pasco
County Sheriffs Office
Joined Plant City police April 9


ERNEST A. WARD
Born and attended school in Tampa; lives in
Plant City; married with three children, he is 35
Ward Attended Hillsborough Community College
Correctional Academy November 2003 and
served as a detention deputy with the Hillsborough County
Sheriffs Office
'Completed crossover to law enforcement training in March
2005
Joined Plant City police April 9
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Seven members of the Plant City Police Department who have joined the department since April
were introduced to the city commission by Police Chief Bill McDaniel. center, Aug. 27.


POLICE OFFICERS

Continued From Page 13

Tampa pays the most to a
starting police officer at about
$41,500 annually, not counting
overtime. Hillsborough Coun-
ty pays about $38,500, with a
raise coming, compared with
Plant City at $37,750. St. Pe-
tersburg's starting pay for offi-
cers is comparable or slightly
lower than Plant City.
"'Pay does account for some
of the turnover in the depart-
ment," said Capt. Darrell Wil-
son, a public information offi-


cer. "But most often it is other
things like the size of the de-
partment, a more convenient
commute, scheduling and
work assignments."
"We don't see the turnover
in the police department to be
at an alarming rate," Bush
said. "About 10 percent has
rather been the norm in that
department."
Regardless of the reasons for
leaving, police officers, like
paramedics in the fire rescue
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Ybor City campus. He paid for
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which cost him about $2,755
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"But that is.only the begin-
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Lindsey said recruits face a
two-week orientation and
three two-week periods where
they ride patrol with the train-
ing officer.
"In the [first] two weeks the
recruits are required to do 25
percent of the work performed
under supervision and observe
the training officer on the rest.
The second two weeks they do
50 percent. And the third 75
percent," she said. -
The last week of on-the-job
training has the recruit doing
100 percent of the work as the
training officer observes. With
an acceptable evaluation the
recruit is then sent on patrol
alone.
"The training covers a lot of
ground, but there is more pa-
perwork than I expected," Rus-
sell said. "A simple traffic stop
might take five to 15 minutes
to complete the report. An
assault case might take 45
minutes to an hour to com-
plete the needed documenta-
tion. I think it gets better with
experience."
Russell said he always want-
ed to work as a police officer.
To him the work is exciting
and sometimes, when the
adrenaline is flowing, like dur-
ing a recent foot chase with a
suspect, almost fun.
"Once it's over and all went
well, it's easy to look back with
some satisfaction," Russell
said.
Recruit A.M. Elsedoudi, who


was hired in June, speaks three
languages fluently and is often
used as an interpreter while on
duty.
"There is a lot of paper-
work," Elsedoudi agreed. "But
the main focus is to help peo-
ple who need help. I'm really
not looking for personal gain.
My purpose is to protect peo-
ple who are being threatened
by others and cannot protect
themselves."
"Training is very important
to us all," Lindsey said. "Some-
times scheduling gets in the
way, and we have to improvise
a lesson plan. But in the end
we know the recruits will be
our backup once they are re-
leased from-training. That re-
sponsibility makes us all work
hard to be sure they are
ready."
During the commission
meeting, Mayor Rick Lott told
the recruits he was pleased to
see their families in atten-
dance and the pride they dis-
played in the department.
"I recognize the importance
of the decision you made to
serve the public and this com-
munity," Lott said. "You have
made the same decision the
members of this commission
made; to do your part to make
this community a better place
to live."
Lott said the role of law
enforcement is critical.
"In today's world it takes
even more of a commitment
than ever before," he said.

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Turke) Creek: im1'ilr 1.rv. RdJ i-j 5'2

BAPTIST
Ahaa i/kr i ri k' r d A,\ O/f '1 l

Mafia Baptisc 22.2 l//i ih-tmmh Rd

Andioch: l.rt, or RJ "3'.UI-'
Bereat- R3.' i -j ./I-
BIkthny'): ir Rd. -2 .'*' ,
Bethel: ,' i -t Re'n / -5 iv'
Beulah: lQ, i. .h.i1ir in;t .'/
!uhu -4- /2/r
Bible: Oih/ic- ';ffin' Rd -52.?2,-
Burchwood Femple:Iual t, / i'.V 5'4
52.3 ,9
Caliar) Free %ill: j3j j t ir.nell Rkd
(edar Grome: [ Ati eile Rd. "-? 12-i
Central of Lithia: lhini -' S Am u17/,' A/
churchh on the Rock: 3011 .W V/n,.t
U3 '4".0
Community) Christian;
/1310' hinwri. ie 54-5.3.3
Crasroads: S/ 39 ?5 r'Arulvfi7.
"3" 1211
lounroi-de Baptist Church:
i.LL)? jtdrif R/,. 5f/-82,)


BAPTIST CONID
Dover Firwst\ .V l iah/r Rd 659O-f02
Eastside: I3JlHECalinitn, -54-2 'te
Easi Thionolou'tssa ,mlnl'tino
, Knil'ti-6nffin Rd 'Qi6.-34:.
Faith Temple Primitie:
&tVi Sta.inngt:oSn t -51I6M 1
rhim Baptri Church of Midway:
Mtuitm RJ '52- -"2
First Baptist Litha Intew um /" SR3v 6/
lilhta.Phnares Rd -Ti'.112
First Plant I'i):y 5o ,V PA.dlmer. 2-lt41/
Firsi Thonotosasa Missionarv:
.cMt3cimb hld W'ASi-4 i
Harmon) Baptist church:
tIe rIT Anha (Gnffin Rd w'--ti
Hopeeater 5R'. 55-
Hopewell: K' .19. -3 'i35
Knights: Pauul si:,.hni,m mfiu .?;-9 -i2
Lebanon- (r.i'i'h tl ,-i.' i i.2 ih ,
lone Oak: /'.,'e ut 1 "5- 2"8
Mount Moriah Freeaidl:
Itarnw I, n14l, 'iit -s fl'
Mount Moriah Freewill:
21o)2 64, kI i'd C -/ 1:
Mount Olive: co"4 I 'af Aid i-i-a _,ji
Neu Hope Freewill Baptist-1 Church:
3il1 i'dre'i Lt tfl kJ l1klr
New ML Lion Freewill:3'1l./ ia,;l' Rd

Nonrhside: /I4 % fr".Iti', lf -5i "2-'r
'il,,.u-d.i.t /r5.1l "i2 i5"l
Plant (it) Primithe: i5'r \ itr l

Pleasant Grove First in/rtei (r.,''Rd
- 2551
Shiloh Baptisi Lhurch:
:A'(' U1 fiT .T?''r -54-4 "h-
Springheaud:' ipii rAd. '2--+45'-v
St Luke Missionar): /is Uimni'd

SL Mary' Freeftil: ihiwer e ijm'O; V%

SL Man Missionarv: In1, k 61 ,

SL Mar)'s (onmuni) Church:
''- Laira i., '4- /1I/6
S)dney: /li (rit [d '')9 litL'
'Ilrke) Creek communityy Baptit Church:
i4-- irle. s (mnf Rd Al3 '"ll'4
Ihrke (Creek First Tr.,inilRJ

liciory Missionar): Itak Rdt
Atlconie Baptist: 113W II Y-,iitf
I i'r0 it e 81. ) "' ."-'
tmisiside: 2if"_ If r (,riikl .l!e
- 2 I 1a
V1i hnrml Rd- Wwl ,-V fIvhdimri Kd.


PRWMilVE BAPTIST
Little Union: /154 i C)jni Rd.39
liuli.i (.f .-r i.
Salem Primiti.e:
I..a2i ik-,i (n-i I,'d itdrieir


CATHOUIC
St Clement /IH\ .' lxradr Vt
-i-'k? 51

CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 9,8.\ IrT d.Pd -52-21-/
Cork C'ork Road "521./1
taura St /1/10 Laura it, -2 '28
Springhead. Iius Rid "54-1/85

CHRISTIAN (Disciples ol Chnsl)
First l 21 honoriowsa Rd, "2V 538

CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone (hristian: tkclnlios Ad


CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 121/41 Lura -it

CHURCH OF GOD (Cleveland, Tenn I
Caliar) Community i52f nmh-iini PRd
Dower ',u.nainwg i y.59. -.Y)
Plan C(it: 2111J .Ituah RJd. -4 5'/1
Tlrkit (reek; harkerrl (rtf R.1

rhonotosas.a:
- / \ Lil "rRJ '6t, 19h

CHURCH OF GOD
(Ardeiton Indiana)
kings"al First 2'4in Anre'u.n .N

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- i/.' it. I-n 4l ir 'l../7'A
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EPISCOPAL
St. Peter's: oi ./ r' 'i


HOUNESS
Delierance Tabernale:
9.1 It tarinl vi
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
-A1 if &.di t

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Talbernacle:
.?/11 Pl, ',, ., R!il ~- i- 3
Restoration Assembly.
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EWangellsts for Jesus Tabernacle:
MV E ulONAltlO 659-01


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//31 .\r..Ih VQuannn lte. e')24 -510)
Chrisian Gmrnlh (enter.
13l oliiiwtum -19.I'9
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Cotenant Bible Clhrch: 1/ IA o lkn ml.
'iti/r-N )i-i-4921l
Dleper Life Fellowship:
(io dia Rd Ii of 1R/39N


Revital OutrecI h (en-er
.2i5 A (fiqtir kd ofl 22',

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
ku gdoim Hall. 32w2 ,V tianload.le.


LATIER-DAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ IDS:
/0"6 v rt Rd -52 t.361

LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS:t /l Parink Birld "-52 ,22'
Lord of Life ELCA:
2iih thb Ild. RI J. .V-i

NAZARENE
Plant Citi Communit) Church of die
Nazarene. 2W' IlhatdA, R.,d "-j2. ',43

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel Fellow %hip:
If- Win ]wi
Full Gospel Tabernaile:
23/l ,.in id. 'J Rd i- i.-i
Greater Lobe Christian Center:
/ i ri \ I -l, r, i ~i '- i,2 .' l
Impact Fainil) worship Center:
tlt.'.i ,d lfnr-// fl"e,t1l,',',rr
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haino-, International (Churcb of florida:
'.ll/ /ke./., 'i t-i t4?.t
Grace Bible Ministries.
/i-'1 f l/t i .n i i.lti "f51-2' "i1
Unit) Christ Churcnh:
/1'/ \ .iMd, lai 'v ti'l 't-4
touman'.u Praise and Worship Center.


ORTHODOX
Hob Protection Onhodo% Church.
.Wi/ If..,,L UId, ikA.A Oer (.59-12'J$

PENTECOSTAL
Greater Heights Family Worship Center:
330jel, nLtl.. RJd -i4 W._-
Living later' Foursquare church:

New Hope Worship Center
) Wl .llamirw e-' 5 "'-612i

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Doter. 1AortW d n '. 1r. lln
ii rinliRJ niv lrnl
Church of the Living God-
11// -' 1il/er i j i'i

PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant Cit):
110- IOIarlc 6nif'i, ,1. "i9.'i' i
PRESBYTERIAN (Contd)
Fir-t Pre-sbirian Plani (it):
I41 it RelnaJ' `li 1., Q2. 4211


SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
WValk with God MinisL):
I l f \i %R 4 y r ;,l'.i(in jii

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plan City: 22 lS'i raiut'rr Or


SEVENIY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, INC
-SAFF r-Single Again Fellowhip
& Evangelism")
2011 /imih icisrU., Rd,. .i W--.i'

SOUTHERN METHODIST
Firt-r it? If l.hn.u m RRd '54- i4A'

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
SL Mark Lnited Church:
-2N1 t,// i.Pri.,re'a Rd l.i R ,
g.vi i rP.1eS

UNITED METHODIST
Cork: +i-5 II vL illiw a

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Grace: 1.91 I tern 1S; i. -1S
Sunset Heiehl': iTah/r r. -2.'+-/
springhead: 2.i116 VtIr.io; A'd
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lllonouw'Iassa: I..ri AIii linthi ai
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friniq Plant (iq):
'AL 11 hl_i5/ 2. '-i/ll.,

WORD OF FAITH
Faith Outreach Churnh of
Plant (it):
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COMMUNITY SPOT-LIGHT


Food Bank



Offers Needy



A Hand.Up


By DEREK MAUL
Tribune correspondent
EDITOR'S NOTE: This occa-
sional series spotlights the
heads of local charities and
civic organizations. This
week's column features Linda
Lawson, executive director of
United Food Bank & Services
of Plant City, 712 E. Alsobrook
St. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Monday, Wednesday and,
Friday and 1:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Thursday and Friday. The
phone number is (813) 764-
0625.
P LANT CITY Linda Law-
son sees a strong con-
nection between faith
and action. Jesus told his
followers what it means to
feed the hungry. "Truly I tell
you, just as you did it to one
of the least of these who are
members of my family, you
did it to me." (Matthew
25:40) For Lawson, the im-
perative is clear. "We en-
courage self-sufficiency,
and we offer hope," she
said.
Q. How long have you directed
the food bank?
A. We opened the doors Sept.1,
1999. We have served 45,937
individuals served to date and
given away 1,605,515 pounds
of food.

Q. Has the need changed?
A. It's grown. We're seeing
more and more people. For
example, four years ago we
noticed there were extra chil-
dren in the summer, kids who
received free and reduced
lunches. That year we fed 200
extra kids.
The next year we had almost
700 extra. Last year we had
1,185. This year there were
2,071. We give enough for
breakfast and lunch every day.
We went through over 60,000
pounds of groceries just over


the summer.

Q. Why a central food bank?
A. A lot of church pantries
don't demand accountability.
We do. Without accountability
there's no responsibility.
There's scamming and dupli-
cating, but also true needs. I'd
encourage churches to invest
in us and let us do it for them.
We can ask the right questions,
we can screen them. We don't
offer a handout; we offer a
hand up.
Q. How widespread is the
need?
A. Over 95-98 percent of our
clients are below poverty-
guidelines. The others have
fallen on temporary hard
times. Things knock people
out of good situations, and
they struggle.

Q. Why are people hungry?
A. There's as many reasons as
there are people. Single moms
with children making mini-
mum wage, and there's just
not enough to buy food. Then
senior citizens who are on a
fixed income and they can't
get a job.
They make decisions every
month between food and
medicine.
Q. But we have a robust econo-
my?
A. My clients don't play the
stock market.

Q. How can we fix this?
A. I have a vision I've ex-
pressed to a lot of people. We
need a vocational technical
center in this area. The com-
mon thread I've seen is one
thing: lack of job skills. We've
got to get them trained. Can
they afford school? No, but we
can get businesses to sponsor
a student then that person
becomes a great employee.
Getting people into the work
force at a decent wage level
would raise our community
standard of living.

Q. Where does your passion


Photo by DEREK MAUL
Linda Lawson, executive director of the United Food Bank & Ser-
vices, is looking for help finding a bigger building.
come from? don't have a clue. It was 10-15
A. It's a God thing. I've never years before I started this. God
been hungry but God laid it on kept speaking.
my heart; it was a still small
voice. I said I'm willing but I Q. Is this truly a "community"


food bank?
A. Plant City is the most caring
place. It doesn't matter what
you need, somebody is willing
to help. I don't feel alone, this
is a community food bank. No
one can supply it all, but if
everyone does something
thousands of needs are met.

Q. Is there anything you need?
A. We need a huge building. I
not only want to house a food
bank, with a nice big confer-
ence room, but I want to start
training life skills.
Banking and credit 101, first-
time home buyers, write a
great r6sum6, present them-
selves. ... And that's just the
beginning.
Q. You like to teach?

See FOOD BANK, Page 19 >-


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Saturday Vigil Mass
4pm English
Sunday Masses
7am &10:30am
English
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Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
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SHILOH
BAPTIST
CHURCH
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday al 9:"IL 3 m
Sunday Worship Services
10.15a nm ard C00, m.
Tuesday 6.?2prm
Women s ScrapooKing C(luD
Wednesday Worship 6.15 p rr.
ACti'.t'.s for critlireri
Sluacer.s: ..00 p.rn
905W. Terrace Dr.. ... r.. -..r,,
752-8345


Turkey Creek
First Baptist Church
-Il15i Frpnell Rold
Plant Cir( FL i,3uo
Phone 813 .-52.-890 o 813- '52--850
Sunday
Bible ri.d F.,r al igpe l ini
M.rl.min, iX',orhip If,- I ., T,
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Trinity United
Methodist Church
-402 English St..
Plant CiOn
For inspiring, meaningful
and practical worship,
join us Sunda)
10:30 am
Pastor's Sermon
"Fan Into Flame
The Gift Of God"
October 7. 201)07
F:.r I ife(;roup.
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BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road. Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 1000 A.M
Morning Worship I1.00 A M.
Evening Worship 6-00 PM
Wednesday -Adult & Youth Ministnres
700 PM
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Evers Street
Downtown Plant City
754-- 35q
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Our topic in October will be "Breast Health And
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There are steps that every woman can take that may
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CLUB CLIPS
Club Clips lists meeting times for
clubs and organizations.
CUTLERY CLUB: The Gator Cut-
lery Club meets at 7 p.m. the
third Tuesday monthly at Lin-
da's Crab Shack, 200 E. Reyn-
olds St. Anyone interested in'
knife collecting or wanting in-
formation is welcome to attend.
(813) 967-1471.
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
BERRY PATCH GUILD: The Berry
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


FOOD BANK

Continued From Page 17

A. I do seminars: "Dress like a
million dollars for a few
bucks," I've taught "Image" at
[Hillsborough Community
College] to women looking for
promotion opportunities -
everything from hygiene to
conflict management, to dress
on a budget.

Q. Where were you raised?
A. Around Plant City. I was
born here in 1944. My family -
the Mertas owned a farm on
South Dover Road. My mom
was born and raised in Turkey
Creek. I graduated Turkey
Creek High School in 1963.

Q. When were you married?
A. I dated Bill Lawson eight
months; we fell madly in love
then married in 1962 when
school got out. We have three
children and seven grandchil-
dren. I stayed home when the
children were in school then
ran my own real estate office.
Later I looked after my mom,
worked, at the chamber of
commerce, and did some part-
time banking work. I started
this when I was 55 and I claim


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
or visit www.plantcityhabitat
forhumanity.org.
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
WOMEI'S CLUB: Th`e 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.
See CLUB CLIPS, Page 36 1


my later years being my better
years.
God is good; I want to effect
changes.

Q. What do you do for fun?
A. I love my family, I mentor
two Plant City High students,
my husband and I coordinate
the welcome center and greet-
ers at River Hills Church of
God, I train other churches in
greeter ministry, and I like to
teach. I'm the chamber [of
commerce] ambassador pro-
gram chairperson, and I'm in
the American Businesswom-
en's Association as well as the
Civitans. I don't do anything
just to look good, I believe in it
all, and I enjoy it.

Q. You said you sell jewelry?
A. Yes, my business is Sassy
but Classy accessories and
gifts.

Q. What Scripture inspires
you?
A. Psalm 23; it answers every-
thing. That's where I get my
guidance and my inspiration.
Where God guides he pro-
vides. I love this work.
Is there someone you would like
profiled? Call Derek Maul at
(813) 245-2304 or e-mail him at
derekmaul@gmailcom.


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IT'S ALL FOR THE KIDS

Friday-Sunday, Oct. 12-14 Hernando County Airport
U.S. 41, south of Brooksville
Are you hungry for some RODEO?

Rodeo features Saddle Bronc Riding, Bareback Riding, Team Roping, Tie Down Roping, Steer Wrestling,
Barrel Racing, Wild Horse Race and Bull Riding
Championship Rodeo Live entertainment Arts and Crafts Display vendors
Food and non-food vendors Educational displays Country Western dances

' Festival hours: Friday, 6 p.m.-l:30 a.m. Rodeo performances: Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m.
Saturday, I p.m.-1:30 a.m. Sunday, 2 p.m.
Sunday, Noon-5 p.m. Shriner's Exceptional Children's Rodeo: Saturday, 2 p.m.

Entertainment: Jenny Rimmer, New Female Vocalist and Female Performing Artist of the Year
Brian Chytka, Award-winning Vocalist and Recording Artist
Victoria K, First Country Performer selected as Radio Disney Pop Star
Dan Story & Sez Who Band, Chrystal Whitehurst, Morgan Ciaricio, Gigi Michalick,
Daniella Serritcho, Mathew Romeo and Step Hany Renee '

Special appearance by Leigh Marie Dittman, Poster Child for Shrine Hospitals, singing the National Anthem
(Saturday night) and Les McDowell and Cowboy Tom appearing in the rodeo riding their stagecoach

Prices: Festival: FREE Rodeo performance: Children 4-12, $6 ($5 advance)
Parking: $5 per vehicle Adult 13 and up, $15 ($12 advance)

Event will be held rain or shine. Sanctioned by the PRCA, PWBR and the PBR. Produced by the Five Star Company.
For more information or to purchase advance tickets, go online
to www.brooksvillerodeo.com or call (352) 848-0814.

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HERNANDO TODAY THE MPA TRIBUNE Ch c nnel
LIFE. PRINTED DAILY. Nmj ,, nnor,,l
Dodge Trucks, Chick-fil-A, Wrangler and Waste Management
Proceeds from the Festival benefit the youth in Hernando County and the Egypt Shrine Hospital Transportation Fund. Contributions are also made to the Future
Farmers of America (FFA), 4-H, scholarships and leadership programs to benefit the youth in Agriculture, the Hemando County Sheriff's Explorers, the P.H.CC..
Law Enforcement Academy and the Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation through the Tough Enough To Wear Pink program.



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PLANT CITY Chris and Jane
Bender and their daughter, Sa-
ra, of 1501 Topier Road, are the
recipients of the Plant City
Garden Club Beautification
Award for September.
The house is on a cul-de-
sac, where the angle of the
house and yards is such that
the eye can take in some of the
back, all of the front, and part
of the sides of the property.
When the Benders moved
there five years ago, they had
plenty of "elbow room" be-
cause there was only one other
house in the area. Since then,
along with the neighborhood
that sprung up around them,
their plantings have matured
and are providing privacy as
well as beauty.
For example,- along the
fence in the back yard, visible
from the front, is a row of
crape myrtle trees; white ones


Plant City Garden Club
Garden Club President Cassandra Banning, left, honors the family,
Jane Bender, Sara Bender, Chris Bender, along with club members
Penny Bragg, Teri Eller, Margaret Rodwell and Lynna Kyle.


alternate with pink ones along
the length of the fence and are
in full bloom now.
When the Benders moved
from their 9-acre cattle and
citrus farm in Springhead, they


brought a red-blossomed ja-
trophe with them and planted
it at the left comer of the
house. It is a family keepsake
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Plant City
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because Jane Bender's father
owned the original tree, which
he called the "good morning
tree."
She said her father air lay-
ered the original by removing
bark to the cambium layer and
putting moss in place. When
new roots emerged, he was
able to produce new trees
from those roots and gave a
tree to each member of the
family.
Along the front of the house
is a hedge of white plumbago
with what looks to be large
double blossoms. The white
-hedge, with the white blooms
of the topiary Confederate jas-
mine on either side of the front
door, complement the white
trim of the house. Along the
front of the garage is a hedge of
roses. The red of the roses
echoes the red of the front
door and the shutters.
The Benders use roses
throughout their yard.
Past a group of three slash
pines in the right side yard is a
fence covered with Confeder-
ate jasmine and the blue vari-
ety of plumbago. The white
and the blue of the flowers on
the green foliage is not only


lovely, but it also provides
screening from the road be-
yond the fence.
Against the house is an as-
sortment of plants. A Japanese
blueberry bush with elongat-
ed, deep green colored leaves
punctuates the comer of the
house. Next to it are Don Juan
divinity roses, and above them
is a wooden arbor sporting
fishtail fern.
Out into the lawn is a
winged elm with its card-
board-looking "runners" ad-
hering to the branches. Back
against the house is a less
common kind of viburnum
called the whorled class vari-
ety. It is a compact shrub with
dark green and tiny foliage that
bears small white blossoms.
Another Japanese blueberry
turns the corner to the back-
yard.
A row of Hawthorn bushes
leads to Chris Bender's bonsai
area. He has been successful
with his varieties of miniature
plants including the wisteria,
fichus, azalea (hanging and
dogwood), Japanese red pine
and Japanese black pine.
A large and lush lugustrum
lends cooling shade to the
screened porch.
Bender said the back yard is
a work in progress.

Penny Bragg is a member of the
Plant City Garden Club.


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Children's Health Fair
The day will feature free health screenings, fun activities and lots of helpful
information for parents.
Saturday, October 6 & I 0am-2pm
Arthur Boring Building Strawberry Festival Grounds
2406 W Reynolds St.. Plant City
Call (813) 757-8511 for more information.


Healthy Lifestyle
Screenings

Diabetes Education
Support Group
For more information or to
enroll, call Lisa Finley at
(813) 757-8202 for this
class only.
First Tuesday of every, month
5-6pm
I South Classroom
Cost: Free

Free Blood Pressure
Check
Every Tuesday
1-2pm -
No appointment necessary.
Hospital Main Lobby

Cholesterol Screening
TC/HDL/Glucose (no fasting
required)
Fourth Tuesday of every month
1-3pm
No appointment necessary.
Hospital Main Lbbby
Cost: $2-0


Safe Sitter Class
Learn how to be a good
baby-sitter, including how to
identify minor problems and
life-threatening conditions.
Must be at least 11 years of
age. Bring a bag lunch.
Registration is required. To
register, call (813) 754-4444.
Saturday, October 20
9am-5pm
Community Conference Room
Cost: $50

Basic Life Support
for Health Care
Providers
Must register to attend.
Pre-payment required.
Recertification only:
Monday, November 5
6-8:30pm
Community Conference Room
Cost: $38 (includes book
and card)
New certification only:
Monday, October 8
6-10pm
Community Conference Room
Cost:. $38 (includes book
and card)


Flu and Pneumonia
Shots
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time to get a $25 flu shot. It's
your best defense against
influenza and its potentially
serious effects on your health.
Pneumonia shots are also
available for $35. Only
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Saturday, October 20
SOam-lpm
Sweetbay Supermarket
205 W Alexander St.

Sunday, October 21
1-3pm
Wal-Mart
2602 james Redman Parkway

Friday, November 9
lOam-lpm
Fred's Farmers Market
1401 W. Dr. M.L.Kr. Blvd.

Saturday, November 10
9am-1pm
Plant City Train Depot
Palmer St.


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Series
Breast Health -
Cancer Prevention
and Treatments
Guest Speaker:
Kathryn L Kepes, M.D.
Bring your questions and concerns to this
informative evening. A light dinner will be served.
Registration required. For more information
or to reserve your space, call (813) 754-4444.
Sponsored by South Florida Baptist Hospital and the
South Florida Baptist Hospital Foundation.
Thursday, October 18
6-8pm
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A Weight Management Program for Kids
Weight loss isn't just about dieting. It also
involves regular exercise, portion control, making
healthy food substitutions, eating in moderation
and enhancing self-esteem. Why Weight?
addresses all these aspects of healthy eating while
making it fun and interesting for kids ages 8-11.
Parent or guardian required to attend.
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Protests Planned At Pet Shop


The shopkeeper

has been charged

with harming

animals.
By RAY REYES
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Residents say
they will continue to picket in
front of a pet storeowned by a
registered sexual predator
charged with animal cruelty in
an attempt to force him to
close shop.
"We'll be protesting every'
single weekend until we put.
him out of business," said
Plant City resident Linda Pen-
ny, of forming picket lines.out-
side of Pet City Center at 1103
N. Wheeler St. "We want to
keep the momentum going on
this."
A handful of picketers lined
the sidewalks -along Wheeler
Street on Sept. 22 and another
protest was held Saturday.
The target of Penny's -and
other pet owners' ire is Pet'
City Center owner Gary Mark
Hicks, who was charged by the
sheriffs office Sept. 20 with
two counts of felony animal
cruelty and one misdemeanor
-count of improper confine-
ment of an animal.
Hillsborough County Ani-
mal Services investigators say
Hicks, 37, is suspected of
harming animals brought into


his store for grooming. Penny
said her 2-year-old Shih Tzu,
Diva, suffered razor cuts to the
face and genitals during a
grooming appointment at Pet
City Center on June 2.
Diva's claws were also
clipped too short, Penny said,
and her pet bled in the car on
the ride home..
"I was totally irate," Penny
said. "He does not need to do
this to another animal."
Animal services spokes-
woman Marti Ryan said au-
thorities received complaints
about Pet City Center for sev-
eral months before Hicks' ar-
rest.
'Hicks received a civil cita-
tion in an animal cruelty case
in August, and he was fined
$320. Ryan said a Lhasa apso
was choked when it was
-brought into the store for
grooming.
Although pet boarders and
kIennels must be licensed, it is
not required for pet groomers,
Ryan said. The investigation
inioPet City Center is ongoing.
Ryan said.
Hicks, who was released
from Orient Road Jail on Sept.
21 after posting $4,500 bail,
denied the allegations.
"All the charges ame false,"
:said Ticks fhen he was con-
tacted at his store last week
'Tm going to fight them. Im
going lo clear my anae."
-icks said he did not groom


Hicks
He says the charg-
es are false and he
willfight to clear
his name.


Diva and was not at the store
during the Shih Tzu's appoint-
ment. Hicks said the charge of
improper confinement of an
animal is also false.
When Hicks and his girl-
friend, Heather Morrison,
were arrested at their Dover
home at 5311 Holly Berry Lane
on Sept. 20, authorities found
an emaciated boxer on the
property that was 25 pounds
underweight, according to ani-
mal services.
Morrison, 19, was charged
with one count of felony ani-
mal cruelty and one misde-
meanor count of improper
confinemenfof an animal. She
was released from Orient Road
Jail after posting $2;500 bail
Sept. 21.
The boxer was a rescue dog
that was "already in that con-
dition" when Morrison took it
into her care, Hicks said. He
sa lihe feels that animal ser-
vices has a vendetta against
'him because he is a convicted
sexual predator.
IHicks was convicted in 1999
of umiawul sexual activity with
a minor, attempted sexual bat-
tery -on a victim younger than
12 and lewd and lascivious acts


with a child younger than 16,
according to Florida Depart-
.ment of Law Enforcement re-
.cords.
In 2004, he was sentenced to
121 years in prison for vio-
lating his. probation by selling'
turtles and fish at a kiosk in
Westfield Shoppingtown Bran-
don. An appellate court over-
turned the decision and said
the terms of his probation did
not prohibit him from running
the kiosk, which was near
shops frequented by children.
Hicks served 11 months in
state prison from March 2003
to February 2005, law enforce-
ment records show. He had
three years left on his proba-
tion until Circuit Court Judge
Manuel Lopez granted Hicks
an early release last year, said
state Rep. Rich Glorioso, who
has had an interest in Hicks'
case.
Three years ago, the Plant
City Republican sponsored an
amendment to a House bill
that banned convicted sexual
offenders from working or vol-
unteering in the vicinity of
children. Before the amend-
ment, the law could be in-
terpreted to apply only to
schools and day care centers,
Glorioso said. The law was
changed to include pet shops,
zoos, shopping malls and
amusement parks.
Because Hicks owned pet
stores in Brandon and Plant


City before the law was
changed, he was grandfather-
ed in and his businesses- were
unaffected by the amendment,
Glorioso said.
With Hicks' recent animal
cruelty charges, Glorioso said
he hopes prosecutors can
build a strong case against the
pet store owner.
"I hope they're successful,"
Glorioso said. "I hope this is
enough for [authorities] to put
him away for a while."
Penny, the Shih Tzu owner,
agreed.
"This guy's just sick," Penny
said of Hicks. "Ultimately;
what we want to do is close
this guy down."
Fliers advertising the week-
end protests started to appear
in Plant City last week. One
flier called the protest a "Rally
for Protection of Pets and Chil-
dren" and another reprinted a
newspaper story about Hicks'
Sept. 20 arrest
The pet store owner said he
will pay no mind to the pro-
testers.
"It's free advertising," Hicks
said of the picket lines. "Busi-
ness is as good as it's ever
been. People know me. People
know I take care of their ani-
mals,"

Tribune researcher Melanie Coon
contributed to this report. eport-
erBRaymjeyes can be reached at
(813) 865-4433 or rreyes@tampa
trib.tcom.


CRIME TRACKER
This crime indei is published inan
effort to help residents keep track of
crime in their neighborhood and to
promote public safety. Below isa
listing of crimes handled by the Plant
City Police between Sept.4-28 ar-
ranged by ZIP code.These are crimes
that have been investigated by depu-
ties and don't reflect unfounded calls
for service.

33563
Airport Rd / S Alexander St,Rob-
bery, Sep. 15,202 axm.,
Airport Rd WoodrowWilsonSt,
.Domestic Battery, Sep. 11, 6:25sp.m.,
Alabama St / Cdllins.St, Vehicle
Theft, Sep. 20,4;45 a.m.,
SAlexander St, BlocklO00, Grand
-heft, Sep 18. 12 p.m
S Alexander St, Block 1200.Retit
Theft, Sep. 7,5 p.m.
W Alsdbrook St, Block 700, Vehicle
Theft, Sep. 15, '6:30 p.m. ,
Eflaker St, Block 1100, Criminal
Mischief,Sep.20,B:49:p:m.
WBekerSt, BloIdk600, Petit .iTheft,
Sep. 8,5:30 p.m.
-EBaker St, Slodkl70O,,Fraud,Sep.a4,
915 p.m.
wE Bakerst,Block40B0,iDrug:1-
vestigation, Sep. t, 1:58a.m.
E Baker St,BlockBO, Aggravated
Battery, Sep. 8,9305pim.
Baker St /JakewodSt,lDUI,lSep.


2, 323a.m.,
-WaalSt,Block10D,Sattery, Sep.28,
1. 35 a.m.
WBallSt, Block 110D, Battery, Sep.
23, 1215am.
ECherry St,Block23BOD,;Criminal
Mlischief,Sep. 9, 2:01a.m.
Church St, lock 130D, PetitTheft,
Sep. ,8630p.m.
Citrus iandin gD, BlocklOD, Vehicle
Burglary. Seo. 15. 5 a.m.
Clubhouse Dr. Bloch 2000 Pit n
Theft, Sep. 15, 8:45 am.
Clubhouse Dr, Block 2000, Structure
Burglary, Sep. 4,,8 ~.m.
SCollinsSt, Blockl400,Retail' heft,
Sep. 19,7-n50p.m.
SC illinsSt, Block 200, Grand Theft,
Sep. 7,Sp.m.
SCollinsSt,Block 8D0Q,PetitTheft,
Sep. 19,9arm.
EDor ML ing alvd, Block l200,
Criminal Mischief, Sep. 12, a.m.
tEDrM L3ing Blvd. Block 500.
Shooting, Sep. 22,2:49 pim.
WOrMLKiqgSl vd,B ilodk 800,
Ttreaqassing,-Sep.5,955 p.m.;
-9Eufri.St, Block 1300, Domestic
Battery, Sep. 9,5:40 p.m.
Ese =aoni,Block3100, Vehicle
Br glary,'Sep.32, 6 p.m.
/ versSt, Block 700, Commercial
trglary,Sep. 17, 1:40 a.m.
aiFisonSt, lock 300, Battery, Sep. 15,
25_am. 1
S Ia@', Block 4000, Vehicle
&i., Spi1,6p.m.


SFrontage Rd, Block 600, Commer-
:cial Burglary, Sep. 15, 5 p.m.
W Garden St, Block 100o, Battery,
Sep.18, 8:24 p.m.
W Granfield Ave, Block 1100, Vehicle
Theft, Sep. 19, 9 p.m.
W Grant St, Block 1300, Comriercial
Burglary, Sep. 20, 3:33 a.m.
W Grant St, Block 1300, Grand Theft,
Sep. 28, 4:07 p.m.
W House St, Block 1800, Domestic
Battery, Sep. 17, 10 p.m.
W Hwy -574, Block 4100, Battery, Sep.
15,12:40 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 1500,
Grand Theft, Sep. 14, 5 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2100,
Retail Theft, Sep. 12, 8:25 p.m. I
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2100,
Retail Theft, Sep. 22,10:30 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
Petit Theft, Sep. 16, 6:30 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
Retail Theft, Sep. 14, 1:40 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600, -
Vehicle Burglary, Sep. 11, 9 a.m.
S James IRedman Pkwy, Block 2900,
Driving while license suspended-or
revoked, Sep. 13, 9:44 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2900,
Vehicle Burglary, Sep. 5, 7:05 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
Vehicle Burglary, Sep. 16, 11 am.
N Knight St, Block 700, Drug In-
vestigation, Sep. 21,8:!18 p.m.
S Lake St, Block 400, Criminal Mis-
chief, Sep. 14, 7 p.m.


Laura St / Knight St, Vehicle Theft,
Sep. 20, 4:45 a.m.,
Laura St / Knight St, Drug Investiga-
ion, Sep. 10, 1:59 a.m.,
E Lee St, Block 700, Grand Theft, Sep.
14,8 a.m.
Lisa Ann Ct / W Reynolds St, Crimi-
nal Mischief, Sep. 9, 11:30 p.m., I
W-Madison St, Block 800, Trespass-
ing, Sep. 22,7:50 a.m.
Magnolia St, Block 100, Criminal
Mischief, Sep. 21, 2 a.m.
N Maryland Ave, Block 1600, Vehicle
Theft, Sep. 20, 4:45 a.m.
S Maryland Ave, Block 500, Tres-
passing, Sep. 23, 6:01-p.m.
S Maryland Ave, Block 900, Vehicle
Theft, Sep. 16,10 p.m.
Maryland Ave / Mimosa Dr, Criminal
Mischief, Sep. 17, 12:54 a.m.,
S Mobley St, Block 100,GrandTheft,
Sep. 8,1 p.m.
Neil St, Block 1500, GrandTheft
Auto, Sep. 18,10:34 p.m.
. E Ohio St, Block 1700, Fraud, Sep.14,
2:20 p.m.
E Ohio St, Block 500, Battery, Sep.-7,
11:44 p.m.
N Palm Dr, Block 900, Residence
Burglary, Sep. 7, 10:57 a.m. .
Palmer St N / Reynolds St E, DUI,
Sep. 22,1:58 a.m.,
S Palmer St, Block 100, Robbery,Sep.
8,1:35 a.m.
N Park Rd, Block1700,ZCriminal
Mischief, Sep. 15, 5p.m.
Park Spring Cir, Block300,B attery,


Sep. 15,10:45 p.m.
Park Springs Circle, Block 200,
Vehicle Burglary, Sep. 16, 134a.m.
Plantation Circle, Block 1400, Do-
mestic Battery, Sep. 11, 625 p.m.
Plantation Grove-Ct, Block 1500,
Domestic Battery, Sep. 9, 119 p.m.
Plantation Grove Ct, Block I5D,
Resisting Officer Without Violence,Sep.
21,12:40p.m.
Police Center Dr, Block2400, Grand
Theft, Sep. 13,4 p.m.
N Powell St, Block100D, Vehicle
Theft, Sep. 17, 9SDp0 .m.
T Reynolds St, Block0lDO, Vehicle
Burglary, Sep. 9, 11pm.
E Reynolds St. Blocn 200. Commer-
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Center at the Florida Straw-
berry Festival grounds, 2202
W. Reynolds St.
Health screenings will in-
clude tests for hearing, Mitch-
ell said. Other screenings for
ages 12 and younger include
blood pressure, height and
weight, vision, podiatry, scoli-
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Wellness on Wheels mobile
unit will be on the grounds.
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may register to win one of
four bicycles donated by-the;--
Plant City Kiwanis Club.
Food and refreshments will
be served, Mitchell said.
Admission, screenings,
activities and refreshments are
free; a hot dog and side of fruit
costs $1.
The theme will emphasize
that physical fitness can be
fun through dance, Mitchell
said.
The Children's Health Fair
has been held annually by the


hospital since at least 1992.
For information, call hospital
-community health coordina-
tor Sarah Saluja at (813) 757-
8511. *
Participating organizations
include Bruton Memorial
Library, Child Protection Edu-
cation of America, Plant City
Parks and Recreation Depart-.
ment, Farmworker Jobs and
Education Program, Plant City
Neighborhood Service Center,
Plant City Fire Rescue, Plant
City Police Department, the
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Lloyd & Mildred Humphrey of Ft. Meade, on Lake Buffum, formerly lifelong
residents of Plant City will celebrate their 50" wedding anniversary.
*: They were married on Oct. 7, 1957 at Youmans Baptist Church in Plant City.
*. They are being honored by their children, daughter Cheryl and (Billy) Trapnell
sons Allan and (Wendy), Richard and (Elisa), Kevin & (Leslie) and Keith.
*6. Their Grandchildren are Thad & (Gwen) Trapnell,Theresa & (Josh) Stein, Erica,
Jarrod, Noah, Ty, Jack, Ben, Allie and Annie Humphrey. Great grandchildren
Will & Savannah Trapnell and Joshua Stein.
4. A celebration given in their honor will be Saturday Oct. 6, at Shiloh Baptist
Church fellowship hall from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
*. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. No gifts please.


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Healthy Dose Of Fun
A mixture of health and fun
is planned Saturday at South
Florida Baptist Hospital's
annual Children's Health Fair.
The theme will be Dance
Your Way to a Healthier Life-
style, and includes dance
demonstrations by local
cheerleaders and dance stu-
dios, hospital spokeswoman
Shannon Mitchell said.
The fair is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


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YMCA, St. Joseph's Children's
Hospital Advocacy Center and
Suncoast Health Center (Do-
ver).
Dave Nicholson

Library Features
Pumpkin Making
It's October, and plans are
under way for fall activities at
Bruton Memorial Library.
Programs for babies, tod-
dlers and preschoolers are
getting started, and children's
librarian Carol Lane and her
assistant, Debbie Clark, are
planning an after-school
workshop to teach youngsters
how to make pumpkins -
using a technique that doesn't
call for a green thumb.
Using clothes dryer vent
hose, paint, staples and other
supplies, youngsters can make
pumpkins at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 17
at the library, 302 McLendon
St. The program is free, and
the library furnishes materials.
The class is for children 8 to
14. Lane said. Class size is
limited to 20, and children
may register in person 30
minutes before the workshop.
The pumpkin-making pro-

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gram is an extension of the
library's summer programs for
children. This is the first time
the library has attempted an
after-school workshop of this
kind.
For information on the
pumpkin class or other chil-
dren's programs, call Lane at
(813) 757-9215.
Dave Nicholson
Merchants Resume
Antique Flea Markets.
The Historic Downtown
Plant City Merchants and
Business Association is resum-
ing its monthly antique flea
markets downtown.
The first of this season's
sales will be 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Oct. 13. The markets will be
held the second Saturday
monthly through March in the
municipal parking lot at Reyn-
olds and Palmer streets.
There will be a mixture of
vendors offering a variety of
merchandise. There is room


for more than 100 vendors,
and the association would like
to fill the lot this season.
The merchants hold the
markets to spark interest in
downtown Plant City and its
collection of shops, including
several antique dealers.
Dave Nicholson
Mark Twain
Beats Path To Library
Thomas Jefferson, Henry B.
Plant and Marjorie Kinnan
Rawlins have been to Bruton
Memorial Library, and now
it's Mark Twain's turn.
OK, so the real historical
figures never set foot in the
place. But actors portraying
them have, and Twain's
stand-in will make a guest
appearance at 7 p.m. Oct. 11 at
the library, 302 McLendon St.
George Frein will portray
the famous humorist in the
program titled "Mark Twain
on Humor."
The program is sponsored
by the Friends of the Bruton
Memorial Library. Like other
actors portraying famous
figures at the library, Frein will
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Four with ties to
Plant City honored
for excellence in
the arts.
By CHERYL KUCK
Tribune correspondent

PLANT CITY Artists with
Plant City connections were
honored recently at the second
annual Brandon News & Tri-
bune Brush Strokes Awards for
Excellence'in the Arts.
Art enthusiasts crowded in-
to the Mook Gallery at Center
Place Fine Arts & Civic Associ-
ation in Brandon in mid-Sep-
tember to applaud recipients
in 10 categories. Four of the
recipients live in or have
strong ties to Plant City.
They.include:
Phyllis Alexandroff, super-
visor of Hillsborough County
schools middle/secondary arts
and humanities programs was
named arts "educator of the
year. She is a Plant City resi-
dent and was a Plant City High
School art instructor from 1975
to 1985. During her tenure at
Plant City High, she coordinat-
ed the school's American Stud-
ies Abroad programs to Lon-
don, Paris and Madrid, Spain.
She was department head of
fine arts and music at Arm-
wood High School after leav-
ing Plant City High. She be-
came supervisor of secondary
art and humanities for the
county in 1989.
+ A founding member of the
East Hillsborough Art Guild,
artist, author, speaker and ed-
ucator Meletha Everett re-
ceived the lifetime achieve-
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ment award for her encour-
agement of all art disciplines.
She initiated the work of the
National Organization of Pen
Women in Tampa Bay, hold-
ing the offices of president in
both the Tampa branch and
for the state of Florida.
An arts activist, Everett has
been a founding member or
sat on the board -of almost
every major arts organization
in the Bay area. She conducts
workshops all over Florida on
card making and has written a
workbook "Cards Galore &
More." Her second published
poetry anthology is soon to be
released and follows her suc-
cessful "Poetry Montage."
An art teacher at Center
Place-Brandon since 1981, she
also presents painting demon-
strations for art groups, county
schools and the Florida Straw-
berry Festival.
MacDonald Training Cen-
ter's chief executive Jim Frey-


Meletha Everett, an arts activ-
ist, won the lifetime achieve-
ment award-at a recent cere-
mony in Brandon.

vogel received the Non-Profit
Creative Benefit to the Com-
munity award. The award was
presented for the organiza-
tion's art enrichment program,-
established in January 2006 at
its Plant City center. MacDon-
ald Training Center helps train
the mentally and physically.
disabled.
Fred Rothenbush of Rus-
kin, whose work has won
awards at the Florida Straw-
berry Festival, received artist of
the year honors. A fifth genera-


Photos by CHERYL KUCK
Rita Hattab of MacDonald Training Centers, second from left, and students from the center in Plant
City were pleased the program received the Non-Profit Creative Benefit to the Community award.


tion professional artist, Rothf-
enbush's works are in the col-
lections of five U.S. presidents
and several Plant City resi-
dents, among others.
Correspondent Cheryl Kuck can
be reached at wkuck@tampa
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Burglary, Sep. 21,12:30 a.m.
Sutton Woods Dr, Block 3000,
Vehicle Burglary, Sep. 13,1:30 a:m.
E Tennessee St, Block 1400, Petit
Theft, Sep. 21,4 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 2500, Forg-
ery, Sep. 4, 5:14 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 2700, Grand
Theft, Sep. 8, 3 a.m.
W Baket St, Block 3100, Domestic
Battery, Sep. 12,1:23 a.m.
W King St, Block 900, Domestic
Battery, Sep. 18, 7:46 p.m.
W Strickland St, Block 100, Domestic
Battery, Sep. 17, 5:36 p.m.
- S Waller St, Block 300, Battery, Sep.
16, Z:10 p.m.
E Warren St, Block 1500, Battery,
Sep. 7, 4:50 p.m.
W Washington St, Block 800, Crimi-
nal Mischief, Sep. 5,10 a.m.
Wilder Reserve Dr, Block 2700,
Assault, Sep. 7, 3:30 p.m.
33564
Maki Rd, Block 2300, Battery, Sep. 8,
1:17 a.m.
33565
Collins St / J Arden Mays, DUI, Sep.
9,3:25 a.m.,
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 1700,


Robbery, Sep. 13,9:55 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
Retail Theft, Sep. 15, 3:15 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
Retail Theft, Sep. 15, 4 a.m.
W Madison St, Block 1200, Trespass-
ing, Sep. 13, 10:06 p.m.
Oak Pointe Lane, Block 1200, Shoot-
ing, Sep. 8, 11:36 p.m.
N Park Rd, Block 2200, Petit Theft,
Sep. 11, 9:38 p.m.
33566
W 574 Hwy, Block 3100, Residence
Burglary, Sep. 4, 8 a.m.
Adams St, Block 2600, Driving while
license suspended or revoked, Sep. 21,
7:20 p.m.
Airport Rd, Block 4600, Battery, Sep.
20, 11 a.m.
E Alabama St, Block 900, Noise
ordinance violation, Sep. 7, 11:02 p.m.
N Alexander St, Block 100, Forgery,
Sep. 14,1:03 p.m.
S Alexander St, Block 200, Vehicle
Burglary, Sep. 13, 3:49 p.m.
S Alexander St, Block 800, Grand
Theft, Sep. 6, 8 p.m.
'E Baker St, Block 1500, Criminal
Mischief, Sep. 6,3:17 a.m.
W Ball-St, Block 1100, Robbery, Sep.
14,12:15 p.m.
Barret Ave, Block 4300, Petit Theft,
Sep. 8, 11:30 p.m.
Bloom Dr, Block 4700, Vehicle
Burglary, Sep. 20, 10 p.m. .
Brookstone Way, Block 1700, Domes-
tic Battery, Sep. 5,5:30 a.m.
Brookstone Wy, Block 1700, Vehicle
Burglary, Sep. 12,9 p.m.
W Cason St, Block 1100, Commercial


Burglary, Sep. 16, 6:30 p.m.
N Collins St, Block 100, Petit Theft,
Sep. 7, 3:30 p.m.
S Collins St, Block 1400, Vehicle
Theft, Sep. 14, 2:52 a.m.
S Collins St, Block 1500, Grand Theft,
Sep. 11, 11:30 a.m.
. Concord Way, Block 4000, Aggravat-
ed Assault, Sep. 12, 4:50 a.m.
Copper Ln, Block 4600, Criminal
Mischief, Sep. 20, 8 p.m.
S Evers St, Block 600, Grand Theft,
Sep. 10, 5:15 p.m.
S Forest St, Block 100, Drug In-
vestigation, Sep. 7, 2:49 p.m.
S Frontage Rd, Block 2000, Battery,
Sep. 12, 1 p.m.
W Grant St, Block 1200, Battery, Sep.
19, 2 p.m.
Hitchcock St, Block 700, Residence
Burglary, Sep. 5,12:33 p.m.
W House St; Block 1800, Criminal
Mischief, Sep. 23,3 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2000,
Counterfeit, Sep. 7,10:07 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2000,
Grand Theft, Sep. 7,12 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
Retail Theft, Sep. 15,10:35 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
Retail Theft, Sep. 15, 11:37 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
Retail Theft, Sep. 15, 5:08 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
Retail Theft, Sep. 17,12:40 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
Retail Theft, Sep. 18,.11:49 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy/Trapnell Rd,
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James Redman Pkwy, Block 1800,
Structure Burglary, Sep. 17, 9 p.m.
James Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
Grand Theft, Sep. 10, 9 p.m.
James Redman Pkwy, Block 2200,
Grand Theft, Sep. 14, 5:30 p.m.
Jim Johnson Rd, Block 1700, Grand
Theft, Sep. 5, 3:45 a.m.
N Johnson St, Block 2300, Vehicle
Burglary, Sep. 22, 6 p.m.
E Laura St, Block 1400, Petit Theft,
Sep. 18,4:30 a.m.
Laura St / Faison St, DUI, Sep. 14,
3:40 a.m.,
E Linda St, Block 1800, Vehicle
Burglary, Sep. 20,4:47 a.m.
N Maryland Ave, Block 1000, Vehicle
Theft, Sep. 19, 8 p.m.
Maryland Ave / Alabama St, Crimi-
nal Mischief, Sep. 12, 11:37 p.m.,
Orangebud Way, Block 100, Vehicle
Burglary, Sep. 17,5:30 p.m.
N Palm Dr, Block 700, Vehicle Bur-
glary, Sep. 19, 5 p.m.
Park Springs Cr, Block 300, Battery,
Sep. 9,8:45 p.m.
W Redbud St, Block 1200, Criminal
Mischief, Sep. 12, 7:30 p.m.
SW Reynolds St, Block 2100, Criminal
Mischief, Sep. 18, 8 p.m.
W Reynolds St, Block 900, Criminal
Mischief, Sep. 13,1 p.m.
W Reynolds St / Baranca St, DUI,
1:50 am.,
N Ritter St, Block 100, Vehicle Bur-
glary, Sep. 20,10 p.m.
Sammonds Rd, Block 3100, Domestic
Battery, Sep. 9,3 a.m.
E Spencer St, Block 1800, Vehicle
Burglary, Sep. 19, 10 p.m.
Sterling Commerce Dr, Block 4300,
Robbery, Sep. 7,10:20 p.m.
Strawberry PI, Block 1400, Vehicle
Burglary, Sep. 17, 9 p.m.
Summerwind Ct, Block 4600, Vehicle
Burglary, Sep. 20, 8 p.m.-
Thackery Way, Block 4000, Vehicle
Burglary, Sep. 16, 8:45 p.m.


CRIME TRACKER
This is a partial list of crimes and
service calls reported Sept. 23-29 to
the Hillsborough County Sheriff's
Office. Questions about a specific
event should be directed to the sher-
iffs office at (813) 247-8200.

33527
Abbey Trace Dr, Block 1900, resi-
dential burglary, Sep. 24, 3:13 a.m.
Bethlehem Rd, Block 3500, assault/
battery, Sep. 25,10:23 a.m.
Bethlehem Rd, Block 3800, dis-
turbance, Sep. 28, 9:54 p.m.
Bethlehem Rd, Block 4500, robbery,
Sep. 27, 11:46 p.m.
Bethlehem Rd/Rolling Vista, fire,
Sep. 23, 2:30 a.m.
Blue Sky PI, Block 1200; stolen
vehicle, Sep. 29, 11:40 a.m.
Bragg St, Block 14600, disturbance,
Sep. 23, 3:59 a.m.
Celestial Way, Block 14800, resi-
dential burglary, Sep. 24, 3:16 p.m.
Celestial Way, Block 14800, resi-
dential burglary, Sep. 26, 10 a.m.
Clinton St, Block 14200, theft, Sep.
27,12:14 p.m.
Dover Rd N, Block 2500, criminal
mischief, Sep. 28, 9:39 a.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 13500, theft, Sep.
25, 3:49 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 13900, business
burglary, Sep. 28, 8:30 a.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 14500, dis-
turbance, Sep. 28, 8:25 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 14600, robbery,
Sep. 23,4:41 p.m.
Dr King Blvd/Pettie Rd, drug law
violation, Sep. 26,8:53 p.m.
Gallagher Rd, Block 10100, residential


Thonotosassa Rd, Block 2500, Petit
Theft, Sep. 10,10:08 a.m.
W Timberlane Dr / Golf Lake Dr,
Drug Investigation, 6:32 p.m.,
Townsgate Ct, Block 1200, Petit
Theft, Sep. 20, 2:05 a.m.
Townsgate Ct, Block 1200, Petit
Theft, Sep. 9,9:20 p.m.
Trapnell Grove Loop, Block 3700,
Petit Theft, Sep. 18,10:22 a.m.
W Trapnell Rd / Drawdy Rd, Crimi-
nal Mischief,'5:42 p.m.,
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 2700, Grand
Theft, Sep. 12, 6:30 p.m.
W Madison St, Block 1000, Domestic
Battery, Sep. 8,1:50 p.m.
N Warnell St, Block 1000, Vehicle
Theft, Sep. 12,10:30 p.m.
Warnell St /E Baker St, Murder
Attempt, Sep. 22, 8:10 p.m.,
W Washington St, Block 1300, Resi-
dence Burglary, Sep. 20, 11 p.m.
N Wheeler St, Block 1200, Criminal
Mischief, Sep. 4, 1:19 a.m.
N Wheeler St, Block 700, Residence
-Burglary, Sep. 10, 8 a.m.
N Wilder Rd, Block 300, Vehicle
Theft, Sep. 7, 2:30 p.m.
Wilder Trace Ct, Block 2700, Petit
Theft, Sep. 17, 7:30 p.m.
N Wills St, Block 1000, Vehicle Theft,
Sep. 18, 7:10 p.m.

33567
Eastwind Dr, Block 4600, Trespass-
ing, Sep. 15, 9:04 a.m.
N Palm Dr, Block 600, Trespassing,
Sep. 5, 10:14 p.m.

33587
W Lowry St, Block 1500, Criminal
Mischief, Sep. 5, 12:30 a.m.

33653
S Wheeler St, Block 500, Vehicle
Burglary, Sep. 11, 3 p.m.

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burglary, Sep. 28,1:14 p.m.
Gallagher Rd, Block 3900, theft, Sep.
26, 9:45 a.m.
Grant St/Munson Ave, discharge
firearm, Sep. 23,12:40 a.m.
Haynes Rd, Block 14800, disturbance,
Sep. 24,9:09 p.m.
Kirkland Rd, Block 2600, disturbance,
Sep. 29,6:51 p.m.
Lindsey St/Haynes Rd, assault/
battery, Sep. 23, 5:42 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
endangered, Sep. 23, 7:16 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 3000, animal call,
Sep. 24,10:08 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 4600, criminal
mischief, Sep. 23,1:16 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 4600, stolen-
vehicle, Sep. 24, 12:55 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd/Simpson Rd, animal
call, Sep. 25, 5:40 p.m.
Moores Lake Rd, Block 3500, prowl-
er, Sep. 29, 9:14 p.m.
Moores Lake Rd, Block 3900, resi-
dential burglary, Sep. 26, 3:05 p.m.
Rushgrove Cr, Block 1300, residential
burglary, Sep. 24, 8:21 a.m.
Rushgrove Cr, Block 1300, residential
burglary, Sep. 26, 9:29 a.m.
Rushgrove Cr, Block 1400, theft, Sep.
25, 8:15 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 3900, neighbor trou-
ble, Sep. 27, 4:51 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5200, disturbance,
Sep. 27,10:07 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5200, domestic
violence, Sep. 26, 2:40 p.m.
SR 60 E/Dover Rd N, loose animal,
Sep. 26, 9:55 p.m.
Sydney Washer Rd, Block 1600, theft,
Sep. 26,9:33 a.m.


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Tall Redwood Ln, Block 13000, theft,
Sep. 24, 10:33 a.m.
Tall Redwood Ln, Block 13000, theft,
Sep. 26, 10:02 a.m.
Tom Gallagher Rd, Block 13000,
residential burglary, Sep. 24, 1:56 p.m.
Trapnell Rd W, Block 5100, loose-
animal, Sep. 25, 10:16 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 13300, criminal mis-
chief, Sep. 29,11:52 p.m.
Valrico Rd N, Block 2800, criminal
mischief, Sep. 27,1:54 a.m.
Valrico Rd N/Dr King Blvd E, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 29, 3:28 p.m.
Valrico Rd N/Wheeler Rd E, dis-
charge firearm, Sep. 25, 12:04 a.m.
Wheeler Rd E, Block 13100, fire, Sep.
27, 6:30 p.m.
Wooten Rd, Block 2300, disturbance,
Sep. 26,.1:40 p.m.
Wooten Rd/Dover Rd N, theft, Sep.
25, 7:20 a.m.


33540
Bob Smith Ave, Block 5700, resi-
dential burglary, Sep. 24, 2:48 p.m.
Bruton Rd, Block 3600, disturbance,
Sep. 23,4 a.m.
Bruton Rd, Block 3700, business
burglary, Sep. 24, 8:30 a.m.
Five Acre Rd, Block 6100, theft, Sep.
26,4:16 p.m.
Five Acre Rd/Knights Griffin, fight,
Sep. 29,1:39 a.m.
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 7200,
theft, Sep. 25, 3:06 a.m.
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 7300,
disturbance, Sep. 25, 3:06 p.m.
Loghouse Rd, Block 7400, business
burglary, Sep. 28, 6:23 a.m.

33563
US 92 W, Block 4300, business
burglary, Sep. 26, 10:40 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 4500, business
burglary, Sep. 26,9:53 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 5100, business.
burglary, Sep. 26,1:04 a.m..
US 92 W/Turkey Creek Rd N, dis- *
turbance, Sep. 26, 7:30 p.m.


33565
1-4 Westbound/Thonotosassa 1-4,
fire, Sep. 29, 8:19 a.m.
Alexander St S/Airport Rd, drug law
violation, Sep. 26, 9:11 p.m.
Bennett Rd, Block 2700, theft, Sep.
24, 8:15 a.m.
Branch Acres Dr, Block 1200, theft,
Sep. 27; 11:13 a.m.
Branch Acres Dr, Block 1200, theft,
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Charlie Griffin Rd, Block 1800,
disturbance, Sep. 29, 4:58 p.m.
Charlie Taylor Rd, Block 3200, noise
complaint, Sep. 29, 9:06 p.m.
Chestnut Dr, Block 10, stolen vehicle,
Sep. 24,7:36 p.m.
Chestnut Dr, Block 10, vehicle bur-
glary, Sep. 23, 10 p.m.
Chestnut Dr, Block 10, vehicle bur-
glary, Sep. 24, 5:18 p.m.
Forest Creek Rd, Block 5600, neigh-
bor trouble, Sep. 25, 6:57 p.m.
Grant St W/Gibbs St S, drug law
violation, Sep. 26, 9:08 p.n-L
Harvey Tew Rd, Block 5500, theft,
Sep. 28, 7:17 a.m.
Hwy 574, Block 4100, assault/bat-
tery, Sep. 23, 4:30 a.m.


Joe McIntosh Rd, Block 800, resi-
dential burglary,Sep. 28, 2:10 p.m.
Miley Rd, Block 5800, dead person,
Sep. 27,12:45 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy, Block 4600,
vehicle burglary, Sep. 24, 3:23 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy, Block 4600,
vehicle burglary, Sep. 26, 9:57 a.m.
Sam Allen Rd W, Block 5100, resi-
dential burglary, Sep. 28,9:34 a.m.
Shepherd Rd, Block 4300, theft in
progress, Sep. 23, 4:20 p.m.
Strauss Rd, Block 4600, graffiti, Sep.
28,9:13 a.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 5400, dis-
turbance, Sep. 26,10:40 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 5400, dis-
turbance, Sep. 27, 12:27 a.m,
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 6400, stolen
vehicle, Sep. 24, 2:57 p.m.
: Wilder Rd N/Knights Griffin, loose
animal, Sep. 25, 12:55 a.m.
Williams Rd/Wilder Rd N, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 26, 7:54 a.m.

33566
Berry Rd, Block 2300, traffic crash/
injuries, Sep. 23,2:06 p.m.
Clay Turner Rd, Block 3100, domestic


violence, Sep. 24, 6:05 p.m.
Clay Turner Rd, Block 3300, dis-
turbance, Sep. 27, 11:10 p.m.
Clemons Rd, Block 2200, distur-
bance, Sep. 25, 11:56 a.m.
Colson Rd, Block 2200, stolen vehi-
cle, Sep. 24,1:07 p.m.
Coronet Rd, Block 4900, criminal
mischief, Sep. 29, 3:51 a.m.
Der Rd, Block 2800, assault/battery,
Sep. 28,9:41 p.m.
Dr King Blvd/Forbes Rd N, DUI, Sep.
23, 2:14 a.m.
Dr King Blvd/Forbes Rd N, criminal
mischief, Sep. 24, 8:35 a.m.
Dr King Blvd/Forbes Rd N, drug law
violation, Sep. 26, 10:01 p.m.
Drawdy Rd/Trapnell Rd W, noise
complaint, Sep. 26, 9:25 p.m.
Edwards Rd, Block 3400, noise
complaint, Sep. 28,12:45 a.m.
Forbes Rd N/Dr King Blvd, DUI, Sep.
27,1:51 a.m.
Holloway Rd, Block 4400, theft, Sep.
25,8 p.m.
Laurel Ln, Block 3000, residential
burglary, Sep. 23, 8:49 a.m.

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Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Sep. 23, 8:01 a.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Sep. 24, 5:37 p.m.
Mud Lake Rd/Trapnell Rd W, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 29,12:32 p.m.
Murray Farms Lp, Block 3100, as-
sault/battery, Sep. 27, 1:05 p.m.
Nesmith Rd, Block 5000, drug law
violation, Sep. 29, 9:35 p.m.
Pineway Dr N, Block 3000, dis-
turbance, Sep. 26, 4:15 p.m.
Raider PI, Block 1, bomb threat, Sep.
28, 8:26 a.m.
SR 60 W, Block 2500, illegal dump-
ing, Sep. 25,1:35 p.m.
Sandy Curve Dr, Block 5200, resi-
dential burglary, Sep. 25, 8:08 p.m.
Sentry Palm Ln, Block 300, fire, Sep.
23, 8:08 p.m.
Smith Ryals Rd, Block 5300, domes-
tic violence, Sep. 29,10:54 p.m.


Son Keen Rd, Block 100, illegal
dumping, Sep. 27,10:35 a.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 1100, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 23,11:50 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 2000, discharge
firearm, Sep. 29, 11:30 a.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 700, distur-
bance, Sep. 28, 9:46 p.m.
Sparkman Rd/Clemons Rd, dis-
charge firearm, Sep. 29,11:29 a.m.
Sparkman Rd/Clemons Rd, dis-
turbance, Sep. 27, 5:43 p.m.
Sparkman Rd/Jap Tucker Rd, stolen
vehicle, Sep. 24, 11:36 a.m.
Suburban Dr, Block 5100, distur-
bance, Sep. 29, 4:08 p.m.
Trapnell Rd W/Drawdy Rd, noise
complaint, Sep. 29,2:44 p.m.
Trapnell Rd W/Mud Lake Rd, theft,
Sep. 28, 11:09 a.m.
Trapnell Rd W/Mud Lake Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 29, 11:39 a.m.
Trapnell Rd W/Turkey Creek, do-
mestic violence, Sep. 28, 9:15 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 2200, stolen vehicle,
Sep. 24,9:44 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 4200, vehicle burglary,
Sep. 29,12:02 p.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5100, criminal
mischief, Sep. 25, 6:28 p.m.


Wallace Rd, Block 5100, residential
burglary, Sep. 24,4:08 p.m..
Wallace Rd, Block 5100, residential
burglary, Sep. 25, 5:36 p.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5100, residential
burglary, Sep. 25, 6:56 p.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5100, residential
burglary, Sep. 25, 7:21 p.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5100, residential
burglary, Sep. 26,9:48 a.m.
. 'Wallace Rd, Block 5300, residential
burglary, Sep. 23, 11:15 a.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5300, residential
burglary, Sep. 26, 9:43 a.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5300, residential
burglary, Sep. 26,9:55 a.m.
Webb Rd N, Block 300, disturbance,
Sep. 25, 2:59 a.m.
Webb Rd N, Block 300, disturbance,
Sep. 25, 4:14 a.m.
Webber Rd, Block 4100, discharge
firearm, Sep. 28, 5:28 p.m.

33567.
April Ln, Block 5500, domestic
violence, Sep. 29, 1:07 a.m.
Arch Mcdonald.Dr, Block 2200,
illegal dumping, Sep. 25, 12:41 p.m.
Bird Rd, Block 4800, theft, Sep. 29,


8:14 p.m.
CR 39 S/Keysville Rd E, animal call,
Sep. 25,3:10 p.m.
Carey Rd, Block 8600, theft, Sep. 23,
10:44 a.m.
Colsori Rd, Block 1300, loud party,
Sep. 28,11:36 p.m.
Durant Rd, Block 5200, assault/
battery, Sep. 23,11:51 a.m.
Durant Rd, Block 6800, residential
burglary, Sep. 24, 3:13 p.m.
Durant Rd/Turkey Creek Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 27, 6:57 a.m.
Durant Rd/Dover Rd S, drug law
violation, Sep. 26, 8:17 p.m.
Durant Rd/Dover Rd S, traffic crash/
injuries, Sep. 27, 6:51 a.m.
Glen Harwell Rd, Block 5100, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 27, 12:11 a.m.
James L Redman Pwy, Block 5300,
theft, Sep. 26, 9:50 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
26, 4:48 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
29, 1:06 p.m.
Luckasavage Rd, Block 5700, neigh-
bor trouble, Sep. 29, 11:35 a.m.
Old Hopewell Rd/Henry George,
theft, Sep. 29, 8:27 a.m.
Pippin Rd, Block 4500, stolen vehicle,


Sep. 27,8:01 a.m.
SR 60 E/CR 39 S, illegal dumping,
Sep. 25,7:09 p.m.
SR 60 E/County Line Rd S, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 29, 6:26 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 2500, fight, Sep. 28,
10:47 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 2500, fight, Sep. 28,
10:50 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 2700, business
burglary, Sep. 28, 2:28 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 3100, illegal dumping,
Sep. 25,1:26 p.m.
Trailview PI, Block 4400, stolen
vehicle, Sep. 23, 3:34 a.m.
Trailview PI, Block 4400, stolen
vehicle, Sep. 23, 3:40 a.m.
Trapnell Rd E, .Block 1800, loose
animal, Sep. 29, 7:27 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/Durant Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 26, 7:15 a.m.
Woodrow Wilson St N, Block 500,
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* Food and fun

* Klassix Tunes
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* Commemmorative dash
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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 avail-
able for $15. For reservations,
call (813) 754-0424.

YARD SALE. Unity in the Com-
munity, a nonprofit organization
that helps the needy in the Plant
City area, will have a yard sale
7:30 a.m. Oct. 12-13 in front of
Sweetbay Supermarket, 597 S.
Wheeler St. To donate items for
the sale, call Joyce 752-1275 or
Linda 752-2727.


GARDEN TOUR: The Plant City
Garden Club will hold its 11th
annual Garden Tour 10 a.m.-3
p.m. Oct. 13. Five private gar-
dens in historical Plant City will
be featured in the self-guided
tour. Tickets will be available for
a $10 donation, with proceeds
benefiting Habitat for Humanity
and the Garden Club's schol-
arship program. Tickets will be
on sale from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
the day of the tour at the Union
Station Welcome Center, 102 N.
Palmer St. : A plant sale will be
held. (813) 759-1638.

MILITARY FAMILIES: The next
meeting of the Plant City Mil-
itary Family Support Group will
be 7 p.m. Oct. 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.
COFFEE SHOP SCHEDULE: Es-
press Yourself Coffee 101, 101 E.
J. Arden Mays Blvd., offers the
following programs in October:
fashion show featuring Nia
Bella's, Herban Cowboy and My
Girlfriend's Place, 7 p.m. Friday;
musical guest Hapi and Patty
from the Crabgrass Cowboys, 7
p.m. Saturday; art reception for
Mike Goodwine and Artcast
with music by Espionage, 7 p.m.
Oct. 12; musical guest Pedro
Santana, 7 p.m. Oct. 13; drum
circle, 7 p.m. Oct. 19; knitting
group, 6 p.m. Wednesday; and
bluegrass jams, 7 p.m. Thurs-
days. The art of Mike Goodwine
with Artcast is on display at the
coffee shop throughout the
month. (813) 659-0101.


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. Lessons
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. 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 cost
is $35 for five weeks of classes
or $5 per class. (863) 682-
6009.
Send items at least a week before the
desired publication date to Communi-
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N. Wheeler St., Plant City FL 33563,
e-mail to dnicholson@tampatrib.com
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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.
Send Club Clips to Dave Nicholson,
bureau chief, The Tampa Tribune, 101
N. Wheeler St, Plant City FL 33563; or
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ByDAREK-SHARP
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PLANT CITY A shoulder
injury on the first play of the
season's second game was not
the happiest occurrence for
Plant City High Raider running
back Sirchauncey Holloway. It
might have even gotten him
down for a little while.
But not for long.
"He is the grinniest guy I
know. He is a grinner," said
Raider head coach Kevin Kel-
ley, who also was smiling last
week when Holloway returned
from the injury and led the
Raiders to a 27-0 win over
Bloomingdale.
Showing no signs of discom-
fort when the opposite is the-
case, Holloway ran for a 60-
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run for 245 yards on the night.
It was an obvious difference
in the Raider offense, which
was shut out the week before
by Riverview with Holloway on
the sideline.
The injury will probably en-
sure that Holloway is sore until'
the last Raider game ends. But
if he can stay on the field,
chances are that date won't
come until at least mid-No-
vember when the playoffs
get started.
Friday at East Bay is an
important contest toward that
goal. The Raiders and Indians,
along with Newsome and
Brandon, appear headed for a
slugfest over the two playoff
spots in District's 5A-7. Seem-
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when the Eagles kicked a field
goal on the game's last play.
That makes the Indians a
"desperate bunch, something
Kelley's Raiders will be aware
of.
"East Bay is tough to beat
especially at their place, and
we have to do it two years in a
row," Kelley said. "Hopefully
-we get the same results."
Last year the Raiders, with
Holloway doing the damage
on offense and the defense
coming up with a score, ran to
a 23-0 halftime lead. East Bay
rallied, but the Raiders won
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"I don't think he's used to
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he still is a grinner. He'll grin
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Newsome and Brandon would
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Newsome is at Brandon in
the other 5A-7 contest Friday,
and Bloomingale is idle.
Should Plant. City and New-
some both win, the Raiders
would have the early hold on
first place.
Reporter Darek Sharp can be
reached at dsharp@tampa
trib.com.

$125. Signups are from 8 a.in.
to 6 p.m Monday to Friday at
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1904 S. Park Road.
The summer season was the
first for the kickball program
and drew four teams. Program
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can be reached at (813) 659-
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YOUTH SPORTS

Baseball

AGES 7-17: The University of Tampa Hitting Acad-
emy will conduct sessions Oct. 23, 30, Nov. 6, 13
and 20. Contact Frank Maldonado at fmaldona-
do@ut.edu or (813) 486-6952.
AGES 11-U: A new travel team in the New Tampa-
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 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) 484-7500.
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 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.
AGES 13-18: The University of South Florida will
host a pitcher-catcher camp Saturday. Call Lazer
Collazo at (813) 974-2507.
GRADES 9-12: The University of Tampa will con-
duct a high school showcase Nov. 17. Visit tampa-
baseballcamps.com or call Sam Militello at (813)
253-6240, Ext. 3673.

Basketball

GRADES 4-8: The Tampa Bay Inferno will conduct
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.

Football/Cheerleading

AGES 4-14: The Bay Area Raiders are conducting
registrations. Visit tamparaiders.com or call Me-
linda 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 baycitycheer@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 Acad-
emy. 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.
KICKBALL The Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department is conducting registrations for boys
and girls 16 and older. Contact Larry Langston at
(813) 659-4200, Ext. 4302 or llangston@plantci-
tygov.com.
PHYSICALS: Westchase Physical Therapy & Med-
ical Supply will conduct physical for winter
sports Oct. 11. Call (813) 343-3960.
ROLLER HOCKEY: The Tampa Arsenal will con-
duct tryouts Saturday and Oct. 13 for its 8-U
through 16-U teams. Call (813) 988-1127 or e-mail
mlewisl7@tampabay.rr.com.
VOLLEYBALL Club Storm will conduct tryouts for
elementary and middle school girls Oct. 20 and
high school girls Nov. 18. Contact Vicky Page at
thepagefamily@tampabay.rr.com or (813) 767-
9557.

Soccer
S \
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.'

Softball

AGES 5-17: The Wesley Chapel Dixie League is
conducting registrations. Visit leaguelineup.com/
wcaa or call (813) 994-6633.
AGES 7-8: The Tampa Diamonds will conduct
tryouts Nov. 11 and 18. Contact Dave Handler at
(407) 497-5432 or dhandler31@hotmail.com.
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 mga-
linski@americaii.com or visit, usa44.com.

Tennis

AGES 5-UP: A USNTA certified professional offers
private lessons. Call (813) 486-8909 or e-mail
coachvalencia@msn.com.
DISABLED: Free lessons for players of all ages are
available each Friday in Brandon and Tampa. Call
Lauren Bopp at (813) 598-8809.

Send announcements at least two weeks in advance
to Youth 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.'


By BOB AUSTIN
lTribune correspondent
Mike Lewis accomplished
his first lifetime perfect game
the hard way without use
of a thumb.
To Lewis, however, -the
absence of his thumb in the
bowling ball is "au natural."
He has been doing it for a
long time.
Ron Mitchell uses thumb
and fingers and they've
paved the way to five 300s,
with the latest in the Oak-
field Lanes Dick Stowers
League.
The two opening-game
perfectos highlighted anoth-
er big week around Tampa's
bowling circles as the 2006-
2007 winter league season
gets into full swing.
.Lewis went 300-179-184 -
663 in the Pin Chasers Veter-
ans Keglers League and the
expected nerves didn't set in
until he stood on the ap-
proach for strike No. 11.
"That strike went a little
high," said Lewis, "but it
carried. No. 12 was buried."
Lewis, 46 and an employ-
ee of UPS, said the lanes
then dried out so quickly,
causing his dramatic drop.
Mitchell went 300-213-225
-738 and the opening per-
fecto was just perfect, with
all strikes right in the 1-3
pocket.
"My warmup was good
and the adrenalin was so
high in that first game,"
Mitchell said. "However, I
left the 4-6-7 split in the first
frame of the second game
and the adrenalin seemed to
disappear."
It was Mitchell's second
300 in Tampa. The other
three were in Winter Haven.
OAKFIELD LANES: Mitchell's
300 was understandably the
high score for the week, but
plenty of Oakfield.bowlers
also showed their talents.
Don Yoshihara had 289-
751, TC Hildebrand 279-747,
Mike Decker 288-744, Scott
Elder 279-743, Adam Drum
279-740, Quinn Seghi 279-
733, Wesley Prochaska 279-


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700, Oscar Acosta Jr. 280-
698, Jim Sneed 277-674, Jay
Jaggers 288, Jerry Norman
279, John Miller 279, Rex
Sconyers 279, Rich Bavilac-
qua 279 and Thomas Hardin
277.
Denise Sneed led the
women with 248-664, while
Debbie Parham had 247-648,
Mary McGriff 263-642 and
Melody Williams 244-625.

AMF UNIVERSITY: Mark Mer-
rill's 268-732 paced the men,
while Vicky Barnard's 214
and Lynn Helsel's 546 led the
women last week.
Other good scores for the
men were Darin Hays 242-
713, Roger Baker 244-709,
Brian More 247-681 and Mar-
cus Stallard 265-664. Other
women scores were Cassie
Soderstrom 209-536, Ellen
Ellis 205-531, Barnard 509
and Salley Finney 186-447.
PIN POINTS: Brian Fitzmau-
rice won the Pin Chasers
Midtown PBA Experience
Sweeper with 731, followed
by David DeWitt with 704.
The tournament is held ev-
ery Wednesday evening at 9.
Entry fee is $25. ... Alan Mai's
268-731 led the men, while
Pam Stewart's 198 and Thi
Tucker's 537 paced the wom-
en in the Pinarama Lanes
Base Exchange League. Oth-
er good scores for the men
were Bobby Cupp 243-687
and Eric Oglesby 660. For the
women, Jewel Kozak scored
194, Kathleen Toler 536,
Diane Tolzman 529 and
Stewart 528. ... Don't forget
the "Garcia Pass It On Foun-
dation" charity bowl on Oct.
15 at Splitsville on Chan-
nelside Drive. Tickets are
$100.

Send local bowling news to
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Cougars Defense Gears Up For Sailors


Durant will face
both Sarasota high
schools in key
games at home.
By DAREK SHARP
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The treacher-
ous trek through District 6A-6
starts next week for Durant
High, but at least it will do so in
a friendly environment. The
Cougars will be at home for
Friday's meeting with Sarasota
High..
Durant gets to host both
Sarasota teams this year, with
Sarasota Riverview coming for
a game Oct. 19.
"It's going to be a great high
school football environment
Friday," said Durant head
coach Mike Gottman:
Friday's game should go a
long way in projecting what
chance the Cougars have at
making the playoffs.
If any team might be consid-
ered a slight favorite to win the
district, it would be Sarasota.
But Riverview and Sarasota
Riverview won't be easy oppo-
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that the other opponents don't
is a great quarterback. Casey
Kelly will present Durant's de-
fense with a challenge from
the passing standpoint.
Sarasota has a tough sched-
ule that began with the Sailors
nearly overcoming a 27-0 def-
icit at Booker, losing 30-27.
The Sailors then beat North
Port and Venice before taking
on highly-ranked Kissimmee
Osceola, falling 42-24.
Kelly threw for 191 yards in
the first half in the loss. His
favorite target, the dangerous
Robin Rothenbach, had 12
catches for 177 yards in the
game.
The members of the Durant
secondary Marvin Dexter,
Ruben Garcia, Vincent Gover-
nor, John Hicks and Jeremiah
Thomas must prepare for a
busy night.
"Andour pass rush has to be
strong, too," Gottman said.
Dexter recently was cleared
to play after getting a concus-
sion Sept. 14 against New-
some.
Durant wouldn't mind if'
Kelly -provides the winning
play Friday but that would


be Durant's Evan Kelly, who
has one of the Cougars' clutch
plays of the year to his credit:
He made a field goal with no
time remaining to beat East
Bay 24-21.
If the Cougars lose, they
could still make the postsea-
son with wins against Sarasota
Riverview and Riverview. But


Gottman knows neither of
those will be easy. Sarasota
Riverview dropped its first five
games but the schedule is in-
credibly tough, including
games against Kathleen, Book-
er and Miami Pace.
"I'll tell the kids to throw out
the record when it comes to
them," Gottman said. "And


Riverview has been up and
down. They looked shaky, and
lost to East Bay, but then they
go out and beat Plant City 31-0,
and we lost to Plant City. ... but
then again we beat East Bay."

Reporter Darek Sharp can be
reached at dsharp@tampa.
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stay in character for most of
the program, giving a talk
'and then answering ques-
tions, library director Anne
Haywood said. The programs
are popular, and the actors
study the famous people they
portray so they know even
the most trivial details about
their lives, Haywood said.
Twain, who was born in
1835 and died in 1910, loved
humor in his reading, writing


and lecturing. He said once,
"In October 1866, I broke out
as a lecturer, and from that
day to this I have always
been able to gain my living
without doing any work."
Frein is a professor emer-
itus at the University of
North Dakota and adjunct
professor of religion at Fur-
man University. He has por-
trayed Henry Adams, Her-
man Melville and Twain for
the Great Plains Chautauquia
Society and is the artistic
director of the Greenville,
S.C., Chautauqua Society. He
is also 'the director of the
National Chautauqua Tour.


This is Frein's first visit to
Bruton Memorial; he also is
making stops at two locations
in Pinellas County, Haywood
said.
The friends of the library
gr6up will have a short busi-
ness meeting preceding the
program. Anyone interested
in joining the group, which
supports the library and its
programs, should attend.
The program is free, and
refreshments will be offered.
For information, call the
library at (813) 757-9215.
Dave Nicholson


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By DAREK SHARP
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY It's not even
close: Softball is by far the
biggest draw of all the sports
offered by the Plant City Recre-
ation and Parks Department.
As the athletic program
manager, Larry Langston
knows why he must keep the
softball tournaments coming.
"Yeah, that would be if I
want to keep my job," Lang-


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ston said. "We're trying for two
tournaments a month."
Last week Langston got the
go-ahead for the 2007 Plant
City Turkey Smash Co-Ed
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place Nov. 3 at the Randy L.
Larson Softball Four-Plex and
adjacent Plant City Stadium.
The event is for Class D
teams, and the fee to enter is
$235 per team.
"Youhave Class A which is
the super competitive. ... and
Class D, is pretty much like
you and me playing softball,"
Langston said.
The deadline for entries is
Oct. 19. American Softball As-
sociation and Plant City parks
rules will apply; Langston is
available at (813) 659-4200, Ext.
4302 for information.
Langston said 46 teams are
taking part in the three softball
leagues at the Four-Plex com-
plex this season. Co-ed play is
Monday nights, with men's
doubleheader leagues on
Tuesday and men's divisional
play on Thursdays.
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14 Self-assurance
16 Let fly
17 Studies hard
20 She played Phyllis
on TV
21 Young eel
22 Faux-fat brand
23 Frequented spot
24 Legal limit of a
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27 "A man may
learn wisdom
even from "_
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35 Stewart in Harvey
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58 the judge"
60 Tex. campus
61 The Wizard of Oz
farmhand
62 What Harry
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75 Certain filing
81 "__ differ"
83 Big shoe size
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cereal material
85 Sends to a
mainframe
87 Classic Nelson
Riddle theme
89 Allied group
91 Cut off
93 Speed (up)
94 Karl in Patton,
96 Model whose
glory days were
1950-74
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104 See 84 Across
105 Org. seen in
flashbacks in
The Good
Shepherd
107 Long-playing,
in a way
113 Literary
no-show
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spoonbills
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117 Deli selection
118 Reporter's
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120 Snowball's
chance in hell
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122 Real name of
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5 Ike's era
6 Cycling
safeguards
7 Sitarist's name
8 Stunt man's name
9 No. 1!"
10 Apartment sign
11 Five-and-a-half
yards
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13 Concerning
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Grade-Z Ed Wood
"classic" (is there
any other kind?)
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19 Up to
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25 Repeated assent
heard in"Penny
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30 Footnote abbr.,
op.
31 Castilian hero
32 Where drinks are
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singer
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FDR
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47 Year of Florida's
four-hurricane
summer


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in the Sun co-star
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55 Oakland A's great
Joe
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types
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64 Rehab resident
65 "Let __, Lover"
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he did his first
European concert
tour
68 Wives of
Henry VIII
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71 Chef's name,
maybe
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cap
74 You stay here
75 Inner ear?
76 Streetlight-in-fog
effect.
77 Proton's place
78 Lit. monogram
79 What "milli"
means
80 Tie score after
two games, as in
tennis
82 City of shroud
fame
86 Little League
coach, often
88 She raised a
little Cain
90 Boxer Primo
92 Adopt, as a cause
95 Edit, as a report
97 Annie, for one


98 Emeril's sound
effect
99 Verne title words
100 Octet
102 Actress Kathy
103 Archrivals of
BYU's Cougars
106,Wake up
107 School basics
108 Perfection, in
bowling
109 Nuclear vessel, foI
short
110 Out of Africa,
author Dinesen


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113 She had a
Tootsie role
114 Patron saint of
Norway
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three men in a
tub?


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707-6886- Assnments Available EDUCATION their clamswth this dated June 2 2007 orto FINANCIALAL Northwest www.ByLandinKY.com
DATA ENTRY PROCESS 6262 OF THREE (3) MONTHS City Commission does CCAROLLWOOD s
DATA ENTRY PROCESS 6262 AFER THE DATE OFTHE hereby declareits intern [ARL Other Counties
ORS NEEDED! Earn FIRchoolST PUBCATION OF tion to order and direct Business (Real Est noted ) Owner Financing X
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Working from Home! Note uAITEND COLLEGE ON- (3O) DAYS AFTER THE of such buildings or MyDaddy $2900 Starting at 900 Fi -I
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Today. www. Ind. Ss. Rep. The administration of the City of Plan City did on commodation in order to oll' t ief; Don- t Tim Shar cated near Nashvl
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to judge quality / e CRAFTS FROM HOME! the address of which is tion was served in ae Adopted by the City Call for FREE Jefferson Natdl Forest.a
tomer service. Earn up Year-round Work! Ex Hillsborough County cordance with Section Commission on SeMpte NEW HOMES AGAZINE! Oe n mi dld od
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TAINS- $39,900 / story log cabin on 13 AFFORDABLE Offices in & lawncare incl. from shop building + utilti LOOKING to Buy .sal .& workint FALCON 1965 Ranchero. all options, garage Kep
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kits starting $79,900. oins Jefferson National FlexibIe lease terms, BALLANTRAE 4/3/2 PETS 813-685-2574 Will Pay Cash! ments. Must sell $mW000 sale, runs/drives great
Panoramic mountain Forest with miles and various sizes, admin. home on corner lot lmi Call (727) 459-3866. obO 813-752-7286 53500 Firm 813-548-1547 UNCOLN 2003 Towncar,
creek, river, waterfall miles oftrails, have to support. 813901-4900 E of Suncoast Pkwy. Plant City 2br/2ba, MH _ Congrssional very
views, Amenities, Limit sell $389,500 owner $1700mo incl lawn svc. laundry on premise NO f I Vans FORD 1975 Pick-up, nice loaded, 5D, low
ed availability. 1-888- (866)789-8535. BRANDON Office space, Lease Option Avail Pat Pets, Wkly or monthpius Sas&HotTubs Good Cond $3 900 obo ml Must Sell $13 480
389-3504 x600 prime Brandon Blvd lo, Thompson 727-452-9950 security 813-752-7033 __05 A IP___94__C__8612
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REAL ESTATE CO. INC Attrny & Optical. 1450- CARROLLWOOD/Lake MSRP $2499. New, Nay Van, 10" lowered floor, e1w,500; 2 other 195
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finea st rd Carina. Homes and fenced Will Deliver. $1,999. Full more info 727-492-1630 tate oSalepaid $38k, w/
tcommun Batiful 2 Land available. For a Plant NY 750sf MOL, 813-5320424., Walle 1;% .Reoaaed, Ak Cond. Clean,
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Park. Starting $149,500. WEST KENTUCKY Fa 813-764-8030 813-737-1083 727-831-5527. ]FORD 2001 Van E-250 38K mi, un8er warranty,
1-800-364-3720 mous Christian County. white 173000 mi, auto A A Rated Donation Do DV9C900 oboR Call
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w/view $129 900o E-Z (866)353-4807. near 1-4, no peas, en appliances, aroe 813-41-629 50-2833 UK 1991 Regal $599 Police Impounds!
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