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Title: Plant City courier & tribune
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Publication Date: October 15, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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WEDNESDAY,OCTOBER 15, 2008



PLANT CjIT2Y


COURIER&TRIBUNE
SERVING PLANT CITY, DOVER. TURKEY CREEK AND.SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES


Tribune photo by ROBERT BURKE
Fifth-grade students work at a makeshift recycling center at Bryan Elementary. In each classroom is a blue bin provided by Plant City's
recycling program. The school has gone green, collecting bottles, cans and paper and sorting and weighing the week's tally on Fridays.


Bin There, Done That
By class time Friday mornings, Bryan Elementary fifth-graders have rounded up a
weeks' worth of recyclable garbage in a program started by teacher Nancy Komassa.
STORY, PAGE 10

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Out Of A Job
An aluminum prod-
ucts plant that was
one of the city's largest
employers closes after
38 years, throwing 160
people out of work.
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A Life Too Short
Friends and family
mourn a 17-year-old
Plant City girl who was
shot and killed at a
party by a man who
police believe thought
the gun wasn't loaded.
: Page 14


Carrying On
Ilvo junior running
backs at Durant High
are stepping up to fill
the void following a
shoulder injury to
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Shiloh Charter School Begins Search For Computers


PLANT CITY Several par-
ents in Samantha Snow's
second-grade class at
Shiloh Elementary Charter
School decided that every
classroom at the school
should have a computer or
two.
With that in
S mind, they do-
nated the first
-.A two computers
to Snow's class
and are asking
Anyone who has
Snow an old computer
Her second- gathering dust,
grader secon even if it's a
received nonworking
two corn- one, to donate it
puters, to the school as
well.
One of Snow's homeroom
dads, a computer whiz, will
give the donated computers
new "clean" hard drives and
get them ready for learning
software for elementary-level
students.
Call the school at (813) 707-
1060 if you have a computer or
equipment you would like to
donate.


BETTY BRIGGS
Columnist

'Diamonds And Denim'
Raises $85,000
PLANT CITY -Jean Ann
Weaver Davenport was among
600 guests who attended the
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Foundation fundraiser "Dia-
monds and Denim" and went
home as winner of the 50-50
drawing.
She and the hospital each
received $1,300.
Judy Martin, who heads the
hospital foundation, said the
annual gala brought in
$85,000 to benefit the obstet-
rics' and gynecology depart-
ments.


South Florida Baptist Hospital
South Florida Baptist Hospital workers Tracy Connell, left, and
Joyce Shoup are among the 600 guests at "Diamonds and Denim."


Church Youth To Hold
Benefit Lunch, Auction
PLANT CITY Hope Luther-
an Church's youth ministry
will hold a lunch and silent
auction Sunday at the church
fellowship hall, 2001 N. Park
Road. The money raised will
allow the youth to participate
in retreats and mission trips.
The auction baskets will


include tickets to sporting
events and concerts, sports
memorabilia, gift certificates,
handmade crafts and more.
Items can be viewed begin-
ning at 9 a.m., and bidding
begins at 11:45 a.m. and ends
at 12:45 p.m. Call Katelyn
Smith at (813) 752-4622 for
information.
In addition, the congrega-
tion will hold its 14th annual
Turkey Supper at the church


from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov.
2. Tickets are $9 for adults and
$5 for children.

Navy Promotes
Plant City Graduate
PLANT CITY Daniel S. Tay-
lor, a 2006 Plant City High
graduate, has been promoted
to petty officer third class in
the Navy. He received his
training in San Diego and
graduated Aug. 8 from Sonar
Tech School.
In November, he will serve
on the USS John S. McCain, a
destroyer named after the
father and grandfather of the
presidential candidate who
were admirals in the Navy.
The destroyer will be de-
ployed to Japan.
He is the son of Scott and
Diane Taylor. He also has a
sister, Stephanie.

Elections Supervisor's
Son Here For Wedding
PLANT CITY Buddy John-
son's son Steven was in Plant

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The factory, open
since 1970, was one
of the city's largest
employers.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Union repre-
sentatives for workers at a
Plant City manufacturing plant
said the company has locked
the gates on the facility, put-
ting 160 people out of a job.
Golden Aluminum Extru-
sions, 1605 Alumax Drive, is a
sister company to Golden Alu-
minum Inc., a manufacturer of
rolled aluminum based in Col-
orado. Some of the investors of
Golden Aluminum Inc. last
October purchased plants, in-
cluding the one in Plant City,
from Alcoa and Excel Alumi-
num, an Alcoa subsidiary.
After renegotiating a con-
tract with former Alcoa em-
ployees and attempting to


make the plant a viable part of
the world aluminum market,
the plant closed Oct. 3 without
advance notice to the workers.
Johnny Parrish, president of
United Steel Workers Local
7858 Union, said the union
gave the new management siz-
able concessions to keep the
plant in operation.
"It seems like it was all a lost
cause from the beginning,"
Parrish said. "The failing econ-
omy and the lack of financial
support from the mortgage
holder was apparently too
much for the company to
overcome. Not only are we out
of work, many of our workers
have lost vacation pay and
other benefits due them.
"Medical coverage has been
denied, and the workers are
finding it difficult to enter the
plant to retrieve personal
items."
Allen Cain, the president of

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(813) 865-4432
ADVERTISING:
(813) 865-4438
CLASSIFIED:
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Today

Are You A Poet?
Workshop's For You
If you like to write poetry,
and want to meet with others
who share your interest, plan
on being at Bruton Memorial
Library at 6:30 p.m. Plans call
for poetry workshops to be
held the third Wednesdays
monthly at the library, 302 W.
McLendon St., Plant City.
The meetings will start at
6:30 and end before 8:45 p.m.
Call Lark Underwood at
(813) 757-0212 or e-mail
thellark@hotmail.com.

Thursday

A Little Bluegrass
With Your Coffee
A bluegrass jam is at 7 p.m.
at Espress Yourself Coffee 101,
101 E. J. Arden Mays Blvd.,
Plant City. There is no charge.
Call (813) 659-0101.

Friday

Help Put Shoes
On Kids' Feet
A luncheon from 11 a.m. to
1 p.m. will help raise money
for the GFWC Plant City Ju-
nior Woman's Club's annual
project to furnish shoes for
needy children. The meal will
be available at Outback Steak-
house, 1203 Townsgate Court,
off Thonotosassa Road, Plant
City.
Adult tickets are $20 and
include salad, choice of steak
or chicken, bread, side and
beverage. Children's ticket
prices were not available.
For tickets and information,
call (813) 716-0865.

M*A*S*H Bash
Returns For 3rd Year
The SS American Victory's


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Busch Gardens

Scream On
Guests have a frightful time on a tour of Dr. Edger Vo-
nAngsts surgical suite, including his spare parts freezer, one
of two new houses at How!-O-Scream.


popular M*A*S*H Bash "biv-
ouacs" aboard the restored
63-year-old merchant cargo
vessel return for the third
year.
The event, from 6 to 9 p.m.,
features a silent auction with
proceeds supporting the
ship's youth maritime educa-
tion programs and the vessel's
continuing restoration.
Tickets are $50 in advance
and $60 at the gangplank, and
include food, beverages, ship
tours and more. Order online
at www.americanvictory.org
or by calling (813) 228-8766.
The SS American Victory is
located in Tampa's burgeon-
ing Channel District, at 705
Channelside Drive, behind
The Florida Aquarium.

Bang That Drum
At Coffee Shop
A drum circle performs at 7
p.m. at Espress Yourself Cof-
fee 101, 101 E. J. Arden Mays
Blvd., Plant City. There is no
admission charge. Call (813)
659-0101.


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Plump pumpkins will be plenti-
ful at Hyde Park Village during
its annual Pumpkin Patch fest.

Saturday

Pumpkin
Pandemonium
Hyde Park Village, 742 S.
Village Circle, Tampa, hosts its


SNAP, SHARE AND ENJOY!
SNAP is a free online
community photo gallery


created by your friends and neighbors in the Tampa
Bay area. Come in to look, or upload your photos and
join in. > Go to plantcity.tbo.com.


annual Pumpkin Patch from
Saturday through Oct. 31.
There will be plump pump-
kins, pets in costume and
photo opportunities. The
event benefits the Humane
Society of Tampa Bay.
Hours are 5 to 8 p.m. Mon-
day through Wednesday,
noon to 8 p.m. Thursday and
Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Satur-
day and noon to 6 p.m. Sun-
day.
In addition, the annual Fall
Festival will begin at 10:30
a-m. Saturday with trick-or-
treating starting at 12:30 p.m.
There will be a moon bounce,
balloon sculptors and more.
For details, go to hydepark
village.net.

Do You Like
Old Cars?
The Strawberry Classic Car
Show brings downtown Plant
City to life from 4 to 9 p.m. in
and around McCall Park at
Collins and Drane streets.
Dozens of 1983 and older
classics, antiques, hot rods
and custom vehicles will be
on display.
Call (813) 754-3707.

Eat Spaghetti,
Help VFW Auxiliary
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 4590 will have a spaghetti
dinner from 6 to 7 p.m. at the
post, 3709 E. U.S. 92, Plant
City. The dinner is a VFW
Ladies Auxiliary fundraiser.
Dinners are available for a
$8 for eat-in or takeout.
Call (813) 752-1322.

A Musical Treat
With Your Java
Buck Hummer and the
Pickups perform at 7 p.m. at
Espress Yourself Coffee 101,
101 E. J. Arden Mays Blvd.,
Plant City.
There is no cover charge.
Call (813) 659-0101.

See THINGS TO DO, Page 25 D


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PLANT CITY UPDA T'E


Plant City Native
Wins Journalism Award
Plant City native Anne Hull,
a Washington Post reporter
who helped expose mistreat-
ment of wounded war veter-
ans, is this year's recipient of
the Lovejoy Award.
The award conferred Sept.
28 at Colby Col-
lege in Water-
ville, Maine, is
named for alum-
nus Elijah Parish
Lovejoy, an abo-
Slitionist newspa-
Hull perman killed in
Is "one of Alton, Ill., in 1837
the finest of while defending
hergenera- his press from a
tion." pro-slavery mob.
A five-time Pu-
litzer Prize finalist, Hull was
part of the three-member
team that won the prestigious
Pulitzer this year for meritori-
ous public service for a series
on the mistreatment of war
veterans at Walter Reed Army
Medical Center in Bethesda,
Md.
Hull also covered the 9/11
terrorist attacks and Hurricane
Katrina and has written on
race, immigration, class and


the war in Iraq.
Of special local interest, she
authored "The Strawberry
Girls," an article about the
Florida Strawberry Festival
queen and her court published
in the August issue of The New
Yorker magazine. Her research
was done at the Plant City
Photo Archives downtown, as
well as throughout the com-
munity.
The LovejoyAward selection
committee chair, former Chi-
cago Tribune editor Ann Marie
Lipinski, called Hull "an ex-
traordinary journalist, one of
the finest of her generation."
Hull was a Nieman Fellow at
Harvard University and is a
two-time recipient of the
Newspaper Editors' Distin-
guished Writing Award. She
was a 2007 recipient of the
Batten Medal for coverage of
the Iraqi war and its impacts
on American soldiers and their
families.
The descendant of Donald
and Emma Hull, early settlers
in the Hopewell community,
she is the niece of Donna Hull
Jones of Plant City.
Hull worked for the St. Pe-
tersburg Times for 15 years and
was the paper's national corre-
spondent from 1995 to 2000. At


Tribune file photo
The annual Old Time Country Fish Fry & Hoedown benefits the
city's Cornerstone Center, once the site of First Baptist Church.


The Washington-Post, she is a
national staff reporter.
George Wilkens

Hoedown To Benefit
Historical Building
Fried fish and entertain-
ment will be featured at an
annual fundraiser Oct. 25 for
the Plant City Cornerstone
Center.
Tickets are $30 for adults
and $15 for children for the Old
Time Country Fish Fry & Hoe-
down at the Bar M Ranch.
Entertainment will be from


7 to 9 p.m., and dinner will be
served from 5 to 8 p.m.
Guests should bring lawn
chairs.
Cornerstone Center, at 315
N. Collins St., was home to
First Baptist Church of Plant
City from the 1920s until the
church moved in. 1994. The
building is now a community
center, and supporters are
working to restore it
The ranch is at 1710 Joe
McIntosh Road, off State Road
39, also known as Paul Buch-
man Highway.
For information, call Cor-


nerstone at (813) 754-9526 or
Violete Massey at (813) 752-
2659.
Dave Nicholson

Church Celebrates
The Fall Season
Temperatures are starting to
drop, acorns are starting to fall,
and Halloween is just around
the corner.
Fall is in the air and the
members at Lord of Life Lu-
theran Church, 2104 Mud Lake
Road, are getting a jump on
the celebration.
Pastor Russell Martin and
members of his church have
put together another big event
for the annual Fall Festival,
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Satur-
day.
This year's festival includes
a covered eating area where
hot dogs, hamburgers and
drinks can be enjoyed out of
the sun or weather. There will
be a variety of vendors and a
baked food sale.
Church member and festival
director Don Diltz has an ex-
pansive design for the festival
grounds adjacent to the
church -off Alexander Street.

See CITY UPDATES, Page 31 N


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To Plant City

New owners revive the Florida Opry,
a local tradition for nearly a decade.


By GEORQE WILKENS
gwilkens@tampatrib
PLANT CITY Florida Opry, a
Plant City tradition that died
out last year after nearly a
decade of drawing busloads of
music lovers from miles
around, has been revived with
new blood.
Myrle Henry, who founded
the country music concert se-
ries to bring entertainment -
and visitors to his home-
town, has sold the production
to a local family.whose back-
ground includes entertain-
ment. ,
Henry, a retired pharmacist,
pulled the plug in 2007, just
before what would have
marked the start of Florida
Opry's 10th season.
"Burned out, that's all it
was," said Henry, now 70. He
will. remain involved with the
enterprise as emcee, plus
share his expertise with the
new owners.


IF YOU GO
WHAT: The Florida Opry
PERFORMERS: Southern Star
Bluegrass Band; The Faithful
Men Gospel .Quartet; vocalists
Tina Dallman and Randy Scott
WHEN; 7 p.m. Saturday (doors
open at 6)
WHERE- 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center, 605
N. Collins St.
COST: $12 at the door; $15
reserved or $120 for the eight-
concert season
RESERVATIONS: (813) 659-1849
INFORMATION: mys-
pace.com/floridaopry

The new owners, The Dall-
mans, are known in local en-
tertainment circles and are fa-
miliar with Florida Opry as
both fans and performers.
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"I've been singing in it since
I was 14," said 21-year-old Tina
Dallman, a University of South
Florida student majoring in
biomedical services.
"It's kind of an extension of
our hobby," said her dad,
Randy, who occasionally sings
Elvis-style gospel and main-
tains a mobile sound system
and karaoke operation with
huge library of songs.
"It's basically going to be the
same," said Randy's wife, May-
da. "We're going to try to pro-
mote local talent."
Henry said others inquired
about taking over the seasonal
concert series, but the Dall-
mans "seemed to be the ones
who wanted to carry it on" in
its traditional sense. Henry
loosely based the Florida Opry
on Nashville's Grand Ole Opry.
Though there will be in-
novations, many Florida Opry
traditions will continue, Henry
said.
For one, the concert series
that was launched in January
1998 and drew an opening
crowd of 400 will return to the
1914 Plant City High School


2008-09 SCHEDULE

NOV.8: Carolyn Cline, cousin of Patsy Cline; The Nashville Band with
Randy Young; Tina Dallman
DEC. 6: Country Christmas with fiddle player Stephanie Ann; Tina
Dallman; Kim Murray; Royal City Family
JAN. 10: Bluegrass Parlor Band; Brian Chytka; Tina Dallman; The King's
Messenger Gospel Quartet
JAN. 24: Tommy Cash in a tribute to brother Johnny; Victoria K; Tina
Dallman; Three Plus One Gospel
FEB. 14: Karen Wheeler from Nashville; Dusty Ward; Tina Dailman; The
Faithful Men Gospel Quartet
MARCH 28: Southern Star Bluegrass Band; Ronda Kelly; Tina Dallman;
The Gospel Truth Quartet
APRIL 11: Foothill Bluegrass Band; Tina Dallman; plus others to be
announced


Henry said others inquired about taking over the
seasonal concert series, but the Dallmans "seemed
to be the ones who wanted to carry it on" in its
traditional sense. Henry loosely based the Florida
Opry on Nashville's Grand Ole Opry.


Community Center, a local
landmark at 605 N. Collins St.
As in the past, Saturday's
season opener will feature the
Southern Star Bluegrass Band,
which has built up a large
following from the four-piece
group's many annual perfor-
mances at the Florida Straw-


berry Festival and the Florida
State Fair.
Also on that bill will be The
Faithful Men Gospel Quartet,
plus vocalists Tina Dallman
and Randy Scott.
The concert series kicks off
Saturday with headliners and
the season schedule set


through April.
Admission is $12 at the door.
Reserved seats are $15 each or
$120 for the eight-concert sea-
son, available by calling (813)
659-1849. A portion of the pro-
ceeds from every show will go
to St. Jude's Children's Re-
search Hospital in Memphis,
Tenn., which the family said it
supports in additional ways.
Doors open an hour before
the 7 p.m. performance. It's a
Piece of Cake by Maggi will
provide food and beverage
concessions at the concert.
Future concerts will be Nov.
8, Dec. 6, Jan. 10, Jan. 24, Feb.
14, March 28 and April 11.
"I've already got a lot of
people calling" in response to
fliers the family is distributing,
said Randy Dallman, a Tampa
native whose fulltime job is
operating the family-owned
mobile repair business spe-
cializing in heavy equipment
hydraulics.
The bill for future concerts
includes many who performed
at Florida Opry in the past,
such as Carolyn Cline, cousin
of Patsy, and Tommy Cash in a
tribute to his late brother
Johnny.

Reporter George Wilkens can be
reached at (813) 865-4433.


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COVER STORY


Elementary Students




ick Trash To The Cur


Fifth-graders at Bryan Elementary pitch in to collect recyclable materials.


By GEORGE WILKENS
gwilkens@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY The sun is
barely up as Bryan Elementary
fifth-graders scurry from class-
room to classroom, collecting
the weekly bounty for their
school's recycling program.
Now in its second year, the
program is the pet project of
math teacher Nancy Komassa.
She launched Plant City's first
school recycling program sev-
eral years ago at Lincoln Ele-
mentary, where she taught for
two decades before her 2006
transfer to Bryan.
Komassa's personal dedica-
tion to recycling inspired the
school project, which is simple
but efficient.
In each classroom is a blue
bin provided by Plant City's
recycling program. At 7:30 ev-
ery Friday morning, before
class, fifth-graders collect the
bins of mixed recyclables and
deliver them to the open-air
corridor near Komassa's class-
room.
There they sort and count
the week's take, which is then
weighed and tallied by Komas-
sa.
"They do work hard," she
said of the fifth-graders who
make the weekly collections.
"Last year we recycled 5,000
bottles, 4,000 pounds of paper
*and maybe 1,000 cans," Ko-
massa said.
A recent Friday collection
included items typical of the
two tons of paper collected last
year from large posters to
small scraps, even expired
clinic passes.
"They're really good about
it," Komassa said of the stu-
dents, keenly aware of which
items are suitable for recy-
cling. "They'll catch each oth-
er," chiding any fellow student
who absent-mindedly tosses a
recyclable item into a school
trash can, she said.
Enthusiasm for the project
has spread beyond the cam-
See GOING GREEN, Page 11 10


At 7:30 every Friday morning, Bryan
fifth-graders collect bins of mixed
recyclables and deliver them to an
open-air corridor.


Kelly Amis separates plastics at a
collection point. Recyclables include
everything from large posters to
scraps, even expired clinic passes.


Bryan Elementary students Joceline Lumbreras, from left, D'yanira Garza and Katelyn Smith
head to a collection point with a load of recyclable materials collected from their classrooms.


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GET INVOLVED

Plant City residents who want
to participate in the city's
voluntary recycling program
should call (813) 757-9208 to
sign up. A blue bin will be
delivered within two working
days.

SUITABLE ITEMS
Cans (aluminum, tin or steel)
Plastics (Types 1 and 2, in-
cluding water bottles and
most others with screw-on
caps)
Glass, any color
Newspaper and office paper

PREPARATION
Cans should be emptied and
rinsed
Green, brown or clear glass
containers should be clean,
metal caps or lids removed
and discarded (labels can be
left on glass containers)
Plastic containers should be
rinsed out
Newspapers should be bun-
dled
Source: Planim ilt Sanitation
Division


GOING GREEN

Continued From Page 10

pus. Some students who live in
areas lacking curbside collec-
tions tote their recyclables to
school. That's evident from
this latest collection, which in-
cludes foam egg cartons and
gallon-size plastic bottles that
once held laundry detergent.
As 11-year-old Kelly Amis
tallies a bin of 42 plastic bottles
and Komassa weighs a load of
paper, three more students ar-
rive with a cart carrying two
additional bins of recyclables.
One of the fifth-graders, Joce-
line Lumbreras, characterizes
the goal of recycling as a mod-
em-day necessity.
"You're not killing your
planet," the 11-year-old said.
Students tote the bins to the
curb for pickup a few hours
later by "the recycling people,"
Lumbreras said, adding that
she doesn't know what next
happens to the items.
The superintendent of the
Plant City Sanitation Division,
Troy Martin, has the answers.
Different buyers purchase
the recyclables. "We're not as
concerned with making a prof-
it as keeping it out of the
landfill," which, aside from the
environmental value, also
saves money by reducing the
city's disposal costs, known as
tipping fees, he said.
The would-be garbage is re-
cycled into everything from


Math teacher Nancy Komassa started the program. "They do work hard," she says of the students. "Last year we recycled 5,000 bottles,
4,000 pounds of paper and maybe 1,000 cans." Her wish is that every school would start a recycling program.


Komassa launched Plant City's
first school recycling program
at Lincoln Elementary.

new cans, bottles and paper to
products such as insulation,
car parts, even clothing.
By the 8 a.m. start of classes,
students have collected, sorted
and weighed the morning's
collection. Komassa tallies up
the weekly take:
69 pounds of paper
167 plastic bottles


24 aluminum cans
Via e-mail, Komassa in-
forms fellow teachers about
the week's haul. "And they're
like, 'Oh, my gosh'; they can't
believe it. You don't realize
how much you're actually
throwing out until you start
weighing it," Komassa said.
"And that's just from us,"
she said of the yield from the
school at 2006 W. Oak Ave.,
which has an enrollment of
819. Komassa's wish is that
every school would start a re-
cycling program.
Martin said he wishes more
schools had a recycling pro-
gram and that the city would
accommodate any others
wanting to launch one.
At Lincoln Elementary, recy-
cling is part of teachings about
Earth's finite resources, while
other in-school campaigns en-
courage waste reduction, said
Cynthia Doyle, curriculum in-
tegration resource teacher.

Reporter George Wilkens can be
reached at (813) 865-4433.


Students collect, sort and weigh the morning's collection: 69
pounds of paper, 67 plastic bottles and 24 aluminum cans.



















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Doter S Dover Rd& Downing St,
r.-4' 2600

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 E Laura St, 752-7389
Mount Olive: 1113 W Madison St
Mount Olive: Horton Rd, 737-2628

APOSTOLIC
Asamblea Apostolica:
1501 Colson Rd, 737-3496
Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ-
1212 W Pernldq 477-s513

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Dover First N Gallagher Rd, 659-0203
Eastside: 1318 E.Calhoun St, 754-2681
East Thonotosassa Mcintosh
< ,Ao', ..r,//? i. :, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
95 It ii.inir,'. -. N. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of Midway:.
Midway R, 752-7209
First Baptist Lithia Intersection ofSR39 &
Lithia-PinemstRd, 737-1121
First Plant City: 503 N Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary.
McIntosh Rd 986-4756
HarmIon) Baptist Church:
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Litde Union: /"'Ih.',;''lti tit I
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CATHOUC
St Clement 1104 N. Alexander St,
752-8251

CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd& 938 N Wilder Rd, 752-2771
Cork: CorkRoad, 752-1521
Laura St 1310 E. Laura St, 752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd, 754-1485

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

CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Comcrntoni ClhriTtian: th.ii..'I Fd
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CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
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INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Calar (Chapel Plant filt):
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INTERDENOMINATIONAL (Cont'd)
(ottnant Bible (hunrh: liii t.w h.i,1 St,
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Re'ial Outreadc (enter.
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JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall: 3202 N. Marn latu. hin.
752-3345

LATTER-DAY SAINTS -
(hunhl of.lI eus Christ LDS-
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LUIHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd, 752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064

NAZARENE
Plant (it) tommunit) (hurh ol thde
Nazarene. .'i'-' I2h/hlf, /it, 'A2- 5a- .i

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel Fellot'ship-
W. McaI, t
Full Gospel Tabernacle.

Greater loie Chrisian (enter:
1109 r1.r,i:u. "v i5',-''i
Impact rafnili) Worship Center:
Meets ia vtfi;.at r [Ilenc, '-
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Kainos Internanonal Churth of Florida:
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Grace Bible Minis.ries:
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Unity (nst. hurth:
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Greater Heights f[;nd) Worship (enter:
3301 (G',.,., /d -i -,f'
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602S. frt r i "';.r -."
New Hop'e ttorslip ('emer:
8031i W.. M a;l v -.i."',l

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Dover If. ,'t l.i I '. iI'.,h',.
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Church of the Lning Good.
11027T,,i I,' '4 s -i,

PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant (It):
11070 ,ir.i, .;rl' / l -5 i-".
PRESBYTERIAN (Con d)
First Probh)erian Plant itiL-
404 W .' r,..'1 ',, ./ 4~21

SANCllFIED HOUNESS
Walk lith Giod Ministrn:
15140,it,,' [ irer i -lffi.tjrit


SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plain (iS): 2-'11 istr.i 'le*t r 0r
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SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, INC
"SAFE" ("Single Again Fellowship
& Evangelism")
2011 South Wiggins Rd, 813-754-3224

SOUTHERN METHODIST
First 103 W.Jolmson Rd, 754-5968

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
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Church Directory
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OFFERINGS
ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION:
Gospel METS Ministries, 1102 E.
Laura St., Plant City, will host
the Holy Propheteers anniver-
sary 7 p.m. Saturday. Guests
will include Gramps & the Gold-
en Harps, James Davis & the
Angeletts, Spiritualetts and the
Gospel METS. Call (813) 754-
1096.

GREATER NEW MOUNT ZION:
Greater New Mount Zion Free-
will Baptist Church, 3041 Dan-
iels Road, Plant City, will cele-
brate Family and Friends Day
Sunday with services that in-
clude Sunday school at 9:45
a.m., morning worship at 11
a.m. and dinner served after
morning services. Evening
worship will be at 4 p.m. Call
(813) 752-3985.

FLU, PNEUMONIA SHOTS: Flu
and pneumonia shots will be
available at First Presbyterian
Church of Plant City, 404 W.
Reynolds St., immediately after
the 10:15 a.m. Sunday worship
service. Cost will be for the $27
flu and $40 for pneumonia
shots. If you have a Medicare
card, it must be presented at
the time of shots. Call (813)
752-4211.

FALL FESTIVAL: First Baptist
Church of Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St., will have its fall
festival from noon to 3 p.m.
Oct. 25. Festivities include
lunch, candy, snow-cones,
popcorn, puppet show, pony
rides, petting zoo, moon bounc-
es, hayrides, live band, face-
painting and more. There will
be a preschool area with age-
appropriate games and candy.
The event will be free except
adult barbecue plates will cost
$5. Children can register to win
a Wii. South Florida Baptist
Hospital will have flu shots
available. Call (813) 752-4104.

FALL FESTIVAL Bethany Baptist
Church, 3409 N. Cork Road,
Plant City, will host a communi-
ty fall festival from 2 to 6 p.m.
Oct. 25. The public is invited to
the free family event, whichwill
feature food, indoorand outdoor
games, hayrides, bounce hou-
sesand Christian fellowship.
Call Debbie Lott at (813) 752-
9209.

FALL FESTIVAL: Knights Baptist
Church, 4809 Paul Buchman
Highway, Plant City, will have
its fall festival from 4 to 6 p.m.
Oct. 25. The festival will in-
clude games with prizes, moon-
walk, dunk tank, hot dogs,
baked goods and snow cones.
Register to win prizes. The
festival is free.

ST. CLEMENT CATHOLIC: St.


Clement Catholic Church will
have its fifth annual parish
picnic noon Oct. 26 behind the
ed center at the church, 1104
N. Alexander St., Plant City.
There will be hot dogs and
hamburgers served and games
for all ages. Bring a dish to
share and beach chairs and
sunscreen. Also bring canned
food for the My Brothers Keep-
er food bank.

TRUNK OR TREAT: Shiloh Bap-
tist Church and Shiloh School,
905 W. Terrace Drive, Plant
City, will have the annual Trunk
or Treat event from 6 to 8 p.m.
Oct. 29. All ages are welcome.
Adults and children can go
from trunk to trunk collecting
candy and view the creatively
decorated trunks. There will be
moonwalks, hayrides, games
inside and outside and other
activities at the campus off
Paul Buchman Highway north
of Interstate 4. Costumes may
be worn but nothing scary. All


games, rides and food will be
free except hot dogs, French
fries and drinks which will cost
50 cents each. Call (813) 752-
8345.

MOUNT ZION: Mount Zion
Assembly of God, 3005 Thono-
tosassa Road, Plant City, will
celebrate its 78th anniversary
and homecoming 10 a.m. Nov.
2. Special guests include the
Never Fade Bluegrass Gospel
Band. Dinner follows the ser-
vice. There will be no Sunday
school or p.m. service that day.
Call (813) 752-1614.

LORD OF LIFE: Lord of Life
Lutheran Church, 2104 Mud
Lake Road, Plant City, has Sun-
day services that include con-
temporary worship at 8:30
a.m., Christian education/Sun-
day school at 9:30 a.m. and
traditional worship at 10:30
a.m. The Wednesday Alive
program includes a fellowship
meal at 5:30 p.m. and small


group study and activities at 6
p.m. There is no cost although
donations will be accepted. Call
(813) 752-6064.

CITADEL OF LIFE: Citadel of
Life Cathedral, 1202 S. Collins
St., Plant City, has services that
include life enrichment class,
9:30 a.m. Sunday, morning
worship, 11 a.m. Sunday and
Bible study, 7 p.m. Thursday.

ST. CLEMENT CATHOLIC: St.
Clement Catholic Church, 1104
N. Alexander St., celebrates
Sunday Mass at 7 a.m. and
10:30 a.m. in English and 8:30
a.m. and 7 p.m. in Spanish; *
weekday Masses are 8 a.m.
Monday through Friday. Call
(813) 752-8251,

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Alliance Annual
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PLANT CITY The Alliance of
Rural Citizens, a nonpartisan
not-for-profit organization
open to residents, property
owners and businesses in
northeast Hillsborough Coun-
ty, will hold its annual meeting
at 7 p.m. Tuesday at James
Ranch at MacDonald Training
Center, 2902 Cork Road.
The goal of the group found-
ed in 2006 is to keep the
community informed about
growth and development is-
sues in northeast Hillsbor-
ough, providing a voice in
land-use issues, president
Charlotte Butler-Nelson said.
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and the Plant City Northeast
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PLANT CITY About 500
mourners gathered Thursday
at a Plant City church to say
goodbye and honor the mem-
ory of a teenager whose life
ended with an accidental
shooting at a party.
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of 17-year-old Brooke Suzanne
McDonald. Her parents, Mitch
and Barbara, and her 19-year-
old sister, Danielle, stood with
other family members in a
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and family members took
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ngementsas ing the auburn-haired girl with
a beautiful smile who "lit up
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month before her 18th birth-
as shot at an day.
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, who aimed a asked mourners during a eulo-
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said.
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dies can't be explained, but
that friends and family should
take heart that she became a
Christian and has passed from
her loving earthly family into
heaven. It's not "how she died,
but how she lived," he said.
"This is a tragedy that asks us
to make a commitment to
God."
Danielle McDonald said she
had a dream that she had the
chance to be with her sister
one more time.
"I would hold you every
second and tell you I love you,
over and over again" she said
in a sobbing voice. "We were
so close growing up. I will miss
her so much."
Brooke McDonald loved
boating, the beach, playing


with children and spending
time with her family.
During the 55-minute
church service, Barbara
McDonald sat on the uphol-
stered chair closest to the cof-
fin, with her daughter and hus-
band by her side. During the
service, she leaned over the
edge of the coffin and wrapped
her arms around the head of
her daughter.
Following the end of the
service, the family again said
their goodbyes, kissing the de-
parted teen. Danielle McDo-
nald told her sister, "I will
always love you," in a voice
that could be heard through-
out the sanctuary. Her mother
moaned and sobbed aloud as
the coffin's lid was closed.
Then the family followed the
coffin out of the church.
The rain had stopped.
But the tears continued to
flow.

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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY The roommate
of Thomas Andrew Grieco,
charged in the shooting death
of 17-year-old Brooke McDo-
nald, said he believes Grieco
meant no harm and thought
the .44-caliber Magnum re-
volver was unloaded.
Police arrested Grieco, 20, a
tenant at 115 W. J. Arden Mays
Blvd. on a charge of man-
slaughter for firing the shot
that killed McDonald.
The victim was listed as a
runaway from her parent's
home in the Antioch area. Ac-
cording to police, she had
been out of her parents care
for about three weeks.
Police believe the shooting
was accidental and the result
of horseplay with a gun.
"I think Tommy was just
trying to show off," his room-
mate, Andre Pray, said. "I don't
think he thought the gun was
loaded. He was in shock after
the gun went off. It was like he
couldn't believe what had hap-
pened."
Pray said he was standing
outside the door of Apt. 3,
where he and Grieco live,
when the shot was fired.
"I was talking with my girl-
friend in the hall outside my
apartment when I heard the
gunshot," Pray said.
Pray said he heard Grieco
say, "I could kill all you guys
right now," before the gun was
fired.
"People in the apartment
were telling Tommy to stop,"
Pray said. "They said it wasn't
funny. Put the gun away. Then
I think Brooke said, 'I'm not
afraid, Tommy.' Then I heard
the gun go off."
Pray said he hesitated briefly
as the five people inside the
apartment started screaming
and yelling. He entered and
saw Grieco standing there with
a frozen look on his face.
"I saw Brooke laying on the
love seat, like a small couch.,


Her body was angled away
from the door. She was about
six or seven feet from where
Tommy was standing. People.
were screaming and running
downstairs.
"Tommy just stood there.
He wasn't moving. I looked at
Brooke. She was dead. Some-
where in there, I called 911."
McDonald was shot in the
head and died at the scene,
police said. The shooting, re-
ported at 9:31 p.m., took place
during the monthly Bike Fest
downtown and about a half-
dozen officers heard the shot
and came running, Plant City
police Sgt. Jim Shultz said.
Shultz said detectives were
told that Grieco retrieved the
gun from his closet, took out
some of the cartridges and put
them on a bed, but overlooked
at least one.
Officers believe Grieco
thought the gun was unloaded
and was engaging in horseplay
with the revolver when it killed
McDonald, Shultz said. Alco-
hol was not a factor, he said.
Pray was adamant that
drugs .weren't involved and
police said they saw no evi-
dence of drug use although Jon
Eric Hosmer, who was charged
with hiding the gun after the
shooting, was arrested for hav-
ing a Xanax pill in his pocket
without a prescription, Shultz
said.
Hosmer, 21, of 6405 Stafford
Terrace Ave., Plant City, was
charged with tampering with
physical evidence and posses-
sion of a controlled substance
and released from Hillsbor-
ough County jail after posting
$4,000 bail.
"Wild rumors and Internet
writers claim or assume that
drugs were part of this story.
And that Tommy and I were
always having drug parties in
our apartment," Pray said.
"The truth is that there have
never been drug parties here.
And there has never been any
police called to our address for
drug activity or drug use."
Police confirm that there
have been no calls at Apt. 3 for
drug offenses.
David Hawthorne, the own-
See SHOOTING DEATH, Page 20 1







COMMENTARY



Letfs Stop Another Senseless Death.


A teenager's killing
should cause us all
to pause and ask
what needs to
change.
By JERRY LOFSTROM
Tribune correspondent
PLANT CITY The darkness
of night was broken by the
light of a hundred candles as
family and friends gathered
under a drizzling rain for a vigil
honoring Brooke McDonald.
Brooke was 17 the night she
was at the wrong place at the
wrong time; Thomas Grieco
thought a large-caliber revolv-
er was not loaded as he point-
ed the gun at Brooke and
pulled the trigger, Plant City
police said. For Brooke, there
was no warning, no omen.
"I miss my sister, and I will
never stop loving her," Dan-
ielle McDonald, 19, said as
pain covered her face and
tears streamed down her
cheeks.
Barbara McDonald,
Brooke's mother, told the
crowd that gathered Oct. 6 at
the Walden Lake community's


polo grounds that Brooke had
recently accepted Jesus at
Teen Challenge, a Christian
residential drug-treatment
program hinged on biblical
principles.
"I find comfort in knowing
Brooke accepted Jesus Christ
and she is with the Lord in
heaven," she said.
Brooke's name and photo
looked so terribly out of place
on the obituary page that you
hoped it was an error.
When Brooke died Oct. 4,
more than a life was lost. Gone
were her hopes, dreams,
laughter, love and all that
might have been.
What family and friends
need is something they know
they can't get: a magic wand to
take away the sorrow and con-
fusion that linger from this
tragic death.
The thing we can settle for is
just a promise: that parents,
the schools and the communi-
ty will do everything possible
to make sure it doesn't happen
again.
Parents need to rededicate
their commitment to nurture
and safeguard their children.
Plant City needs to be chal-
lenged to take an unflinching


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Photo by JERRY LOFSTROM
Joy Lingenfelter, center, joined others to comfort Mitch and Bar-
bara McDonald, Brooke McDonald's parents.


look at the teenagers in its
midst, at how we teach them,
support them and keep them
safe.
Raising a teenager is not
easy; it's no walk in the park,
either, for preteens and teen-,
agers living in today's world.


There's the age-old issues of
puberty, acne, hormones, peer
pressure, getting together,
breaking up, deciding your fu-
ture and keeping your grade-
point average as high as pos-
sible.
Add to it cell phones, video


games, iPods, MySpace, You-
Tube and more TV options
than any generation in history.
Unfortunately, this vast ar-
senal of electronic gear has so
captured the attention our
children they often don't have
time to communicate with
their parents.
Have you ever tried to carry
on a conversation with your
teen, only to discover you've
been muted by an iPod?
Asked what he would say to
those parents raising teen-
agers, Mitch McDonald,
Brooke's father, offered this
advice: "Monitor your children
and keep them away from the
wrong people. Brooke was the
ideal child, a straight-A stu-
dent, active in school, a posi-
tive part of our family. But
when she started to hang out
with the wrong crowd, bad
things happened."
Brooke was a runaway at the
time of the shooting. Her par-
ents didn't know where she
had been living.
As I write this commentary I
think of my 17-year-old daugh-
ter and how often I've failed to
say no. I don't claim to be an
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Photo from Jerry Lofstrom
Those who knew Brooke McDonald wrote notes around her pho-
tograph at a candlelight vigil for the 17-year-old.


Here are some of the condo-
lences on TBO.com to the family
of Brooke McDonald, 17, of Plant
City, who was shot and killed
Oct. 4 at party by a man who
police said didn't know the *
revolver was loaded. Thomas
Andrew Grieco, 20, has been
charged by officers with man-
slaughter in the shooting.
To view the entire guest
book, go to PlantCity.tbo.com.

Brooke was a very special
friend to my entire family. She
spent many fun times at my
house, and my children, Carly
and Este, in turn, spent great
times at the McDonald home.
Brooke was almost like a mem-
ber of my family since she was
in kindergarten. Even when she
was young, she was so viva-
cious and filled with laughter
and happiness. Her fun person-
ality was infectious, and her
smile was a mile wide! She was
also vivacious, kind, and in-
telligent and was a young per-
son who loved people very
easily.
As humans, we feel that her
death was untimely and unfair,
and great sadness has over-
come those who knew her. But
her beautiful smile and conta--
gious giggles and laughter -
along with many fond memories
- will never be forgotten. I
believe that Brooke would want
us to remember her, but she
would want for us all to move
on with our lives in the best
way possible.
We must lean on the Lord
and lean on each other as we
attempt to move onward with
our lives. We must also keep
our prayers going for Brooke's
parents, Barbara and Mitch, and
for her big sister, Danielle, as
well as for Brooke's entire ex-
tended family and for all who
loved little Brooke so deeply.


May you rest in peace, my
little special friend and little
buddy. I will always love you
and keep you in a special place
in my heart.
One more thought is that
Heaven will be a little more
fashionable with your high heels
and fashionable style!
Brooke, I love you and will
never forget you!
JOY LINGENFELTER
Plant City

Dear Barbara, Mitch and
Danielle,
My thoughts and prayers go
out to all of you at this difficult
time. Allow your faith, family
and friends to help you through
the rough days ahead.
With Love,
BARBARA BADER
Riverview

Mrs. Barbara and Mr. Mitch,
You guys are like my second
family, and Brookie was my best
friend and like my sister. No
matter what I needed, I knew I
could count on you-guys. I am
going to miss Brooke so much. I
love you guys. See you soon.
Brooke, I love you, and I will
carry you with me wherever I


LEXIE MEYER
Plant City


Mitch, Barbara and Daniellle,
Our hearts are sad for you in
the loss of Brooke. Our prayers
are with you. Please know if you
need anything we are just a
phone call away.
RAY and LOLA BENNETT
Plant City

The loss of someone so close
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Cost: Free
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Monday, November 3
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Bereaved Parents of the USA
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Plant City Train Depot
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expert on the art of raising
children, but I have learned a
thing or two along the way.
I have learned about the
pitfalls of appeasement and
the mistake I've made trying to
be my teenager's best friend.
I have learned that when
parents say "no" to a teenager
the teen will not be happy, but
they're not supposed to be
happy if they don't get their
way; they're supposed to be
obedient.
One of my greatest gifts was
to have parents who instilled
in me the values of integrity,
responsibility, self-respect, re-
spect for others and morals.
Parenting isn't a skill
learned alone; it's gathered up
along the way in bits and piec-
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have our own children. Long
before I became a father, I saw
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from my own mother and fa-
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er of the building, was dis-
turbed by the shooting.
"This is a tragedy that Vicki
[his wife] and I are heartbro-
ken over," Hawthorne said.
"On top of that, the rumors
about the tenants and the
apartment building in general,
we also find to be disturbing.
'We do background checks
on all our tenants. Drug use or
wild behavior is grounds for
breaking the lease. We have


selves, I become a bit worried
about our future generation.
Perhaps your teenager is not
raising themselves, or you
don't see it that way, but a
good many are.
Teenagers, it seems, are
making the rules and setting
the boundaries.
When kids can call the Flori-
da Department o7 Children
and Families on tieir parents
simply for being 1 properly dis-
ciplined, control has been
passed into the wrong hands.
What do you think about the
question of parental responsi-
bility?
Could it have made a differ-
ence on that fateful night
when Brooke McDonald died
so senselessly?
Many may think, yes.
Yet, when tragedies like this
happen, we all bear some re-
sponsibility.
How" many more children
must die before the violence
and irresponsibility that per-
meates our society is seriously
addressed by all of us?

Correspondent Jerry Lofstrom can
be reached atjdlmcl@aolcom.

never received any report of
drug use in that building.
There has never been any noti-
fication from the police of any
trouble there."
Grieco was released from
Hillsborough County jail after
posting $100,000 bail.
Hosmer allegedly removed
the revolver from the apart-
ment building after the shoot-
ing and placed it in a vehicle
belonging to another guest at
the party. Police later recov-
ered the weapon.
Reporter George H. Newman can
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is difficult to bear. We share
your grief. Please understand
that our family had some of the
best times of our lives when
Brooke wafs in it. May your
hearts soon be filled with won-
derful memories of joyful times
together as you celebrate a life
well-lived.
CHRIS PREVATT
Plant City

Dear Mitch, Barbara and
Danielle,
I cannot even find the words
to express the sadness I feel for
your loss. My thoughts and
prayers are with you and
Brooke.
CARLA GOLD
Westlake, Ohio

Brooke aka BIG MAC got me
through some hard times. She
always put a smile on my face.
When me and Brooke were
together we could never stop
laughing. She always knew just
what to say at just the right


times. I love Brooke, and I can't
possibly imagine what the
McDonald family is going
through right now. My prayers
are with you.
Brooke, I love you; thank you
for all the things you have
shown me. You will be missed..
MADISON TUCK
Nolensville, Tenn.

I love Brooke and miss her so
much. We shared a lot of good
times at Teen Challenge togeth-
er. We were really good friends
VICTORIA SCHULER
Goodlettsville, Ky.

Barbara and Mitch,
We are so sorry for the tragic
loss of your beautiful daughter.
You and your family are in our
thoughts and prayers! We love
you all!
-LARRY and PEGGY PIPPIN
and FAMILY
Plant City

Brooke was like my little
sister for years and always had
a smile on her face! My
thoughts and prayers are with

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you Mr. Mitch, Mrs. Barbara and
Danielle and the rest of the
family. She holds a special place
in all of our hearts and will
always be remembered. Love
you guys.
JULIE BOBACK
Plant City


My thoughts and prayers are
with the family at this tragic
time. It is so hard to lose some-
one who is so young and full of
life. Brooke will be missed by
everyone who knew her but
never forgotten.
DENISE SHAY
Zephyrhills


I knew Brooke from when we
were little in Valrico. We lost
touch when I moved away. I'm
so sorry for your loss. Brooke
was a beautiful girl.
LAILAN FOWLER
Selma, N.C.


McDonald Family,
I haven't seen Brooke or
Danielle in many years since my
dad worked with Mr. McDonald
at SunBelt. I remember driving
the two of them around on the
golf cart on the weekends while
our dads worked. I am very
sorry for your loss, and we I lave
you in our prayers. She has
always had such an amazing
smile!
R.I.P. Brooke!
TYA GIUDICE-AVERILL
Wesley Chapel


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October

HALLOWEEN FUN: Planteen
Recreation Center, 301 N. Dort
St., Plant City, will have a
haunted carnival from 6 to 9
p.m. Oct. 25, open to young-
sters from kindergarten
through sixth grade. The activ-
ities will include haunted carni-
val, cake walk, limbo and priz-
es for the best, scariest and
funniest costumes. Cost is $7
per child or $6 if in costume.
Parents can attend for $3 per
person. Call (813) 659-4256.
November

HOLIDAY LUNCHEON BA-
ZAAR. The American Business
Women's Association will have
its annual holiday luncheon
bazaar from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. Dec. 1 at Carrabba's Ital-
ian Grill, 1205 Townsgate
Court, off Thonotosassa Road,
Plant City. Tickets for the
buffet luncheon are $15.
Booths are available for $25 if
reserved by Nov. 15 or $30
after. Call (813) 764-0259.
Ongoing

COMPUTER CLASSES: Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 W.
McLendon St., Plant City, will
offer the following computer
classes for adults: Today,
Internet introduction; Oct. 22,
Internet search engines; and
Oct. 29, e-mail messages. The
classes are 11 a.m. to noon;
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Mediterranean Grill Restaurant
offers Turkish cabaret belly
dancing provided by the
Troupe Bal Hepsi Dance En-
semble from 7 to 9 p.m. Satur-
days. The restaurant is located
inside the lobby of the Days
Inn hotel at 301 S Frontage
'Road, Plant City, Call (813)
659-8400.

DANCE EVENT: The Lakeland
Chapter of USA Dance holds
dances from 3 to 6 p.m. the
first Sunday monthly at Star-
dust Dance Center, 1405 S.
Collins St., Plant City. The
events include dance lessons,
refreshments and music. Cost
is $6 for USA Dance members
and $8 for non-members. Call
(863) 255-8344.--

LEARN TO DANCE- Veteran
dance instructor Susan Staton
gives dance lessons 7 p.m.
Monday at the Red Rose Inn
and Suites, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
Instruction offered includes
rumba, tango, cha-cha, swing
and waltz. Each session is $10,
reservations are not required.
Students are all ages and no
partner is needed. Call (813)
752-3141.

SQUARE AND ROUND DANC-
ING: Strawberry Square Dance
Center, 4401 Boot Bay Road,
has all levels of square and
round dancing. Call (813) 752-
0491 or go to www.florida-
danceweb.com/strawberry for
times and schedule.
Send items at least a week before
the desired publication date to
Community Calendar, The Tampa
Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler St., Plant
City FL 33563, e-mail to dnichol-
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Saturday and Sunday

158 Years
Of Serving The Lord
Alafia Baptist Church, 222
Alafia Church Road, Lithia,
will celebrate 158 years with
homecoming services Satur-
day and Sunday. The festiv-
ities start with a barbecue at
5:30 p.m. Saturday; the church
will furnish the dinner but
attendees should bring dessert
and tea. The Lumber River
Quartet will perform in con-
cert at 6:45 p.m. and an of-
fering will be received.
Sunday's services include
Sunday school at 9:45 a.m.
and worship at 11 a.m. with


the Rev. Terry Holland as
guest speaker, followed by a
covered dish lunch.
Call (813) 634-8845.
Sunday

67 Years
And Counting
There will be worship in
song and word as Lebanon
Baptist Church, 110 Forbes
Road, Plant City, celebrates its
67th anniversary..
Former pastor, the Rev. Al
Livingston will preach, with a
song service beginning at
10:45 a.m. Dinner will follow
in the church's fellowship hall.
Call (813) 737-9350.
Baptist Revival
Starts Sunday
Glen E. Owens, assistant
executive director of the Flori-


da Baptist Convention and
member of First Baptist
Church of Jacksonville, will
preach a mini-revival starting
Sunday at Sydney Baptist
Church, 1510 Cre Road, Dover.
Services will be at 11 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m. Sunday and at 7
p.m. Monday through Oct. 22.
. A covered-dish luncheon will
follow the 11 a.m. Sunday
service.
Call (813) 659-1559.
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Thinking about building,
remodeling, decorating, land-
scaping or planning your next
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City for a visit while attending
his cousin's wedding. Johnson
is Hillsborough County su-
pervisor of elections.
Caleb Johnson and Diana
Harris tied the knot Oct. 4 at
First Presbyterian Church in
Lakeland.
Born and raised in Plant
City, Steven Johnson just
graduated from Cedarville
University in Ohio with a
degree in marketing.

Resident Graduates
From Disney College
PLANT CITY Amber Davis of
Plant City joins an elite group
of travel industry profession-
als who have attained knowl-
edge of Disneyland, Walt Dis-
ney World and Disney Cruise
Line. She graduated from the
Disney College of Knowledge
and is now a Disney specialist.
"The college taught me how
to add more value to each
Disney itinerary," Davis said.
She works for Premiere
Travel of Plant City, 1514 S.
Alexander St., and can be


Ashton
The celebrity chef
will be in town Feb.
7for a United Food
Bank fundraiser.


reached at (813) 719-3900.

Poppell Employee Wins
Award Of Excellence
PLANT CITY A distin-
guished service award of ex-
cellence has been awarded to
Colleen J. Bennett of Poppell
Insurance of Plant City.-
The award is sponsored by
Central Insurance School &
Professional Career Institute
and is given to a person who
has excelled in the area of
building a better tomorrow.
Bennett was nominated by
colleague Kathy Orchard.

Community Yard Sale
To Benefit Food Bank
PLANT CITY A community
yard sale to benefit United
Food Bank is set for 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. Nov. 15 at Ferman of
Plant City, 502 E. Park Road.
Dennis Hall, general manag-
er of the dealership, said there
will be live music and a


moonwalk for the children.
Items can be dropped off at
Ferman before the event.
If you have a big item that
needs picking up, call Mary
Olson at (813) 752-1033.
Another United Food Bank
fundraiser, featuring celebrity
chief Jon Ashton, will be Feb. 7
and sponsorships are being
accepted.
Jeff Houck, Tampa Tribune
food writer, will be the emcee.
The food bank at 712 E.
Alsobrook St. is soon to kick
off its annual community and
school food drives.
"This year's food drive suc-
cess will be more important
than ever due to the state of
the economy. Our client num-
bers have increased by 300 per
month since January of this
year," food bank Executive
Director Kelleigh Klein said in
an e-mail.
For information about any
of the events or food drives,
call Klein at (813) 764-0625 or
e-mail unitedfoodbank.of
plantcity@verizon.net.

New Community Choir
Welcomes Singers
PLANT CITY Joe Mendolia
is organizing a Plant City com-
munity choir to enrich the


cultural experience of Plant
City.
The group meets from 7 to
9 p.m. Monday at First Unit-
ed Methodist Church of Plant
City, 303 N. Evers St.
The choir plans to perform
a variety of musical styles
including baroque, classical,
jazz, pop and spirituals.
Singers of all ages and expe-
rience levels are welcome. For
information, call Mendolia at
(813) 263-4091.

Entertainment, Lunch
Part Of Health Fair
PLANT CITY Jazz entertain-
ment and a free lunch will be
served at a community health
fair for seniors and senior
advocates from 9 a.m. to noon
Nov. 14 on the grounds of
Sunset Heights United Meth-
odist Church, 416 Walter
Drive.
Local health services and 50
exhibitors will be on hand to
provide free screenings and
educational services. South
Florida Baptist Hospital's
wellness program will provide
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For information, call Trinity
United Methodist Church at
(813) 752-9316.

GOP Event Draws
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PLANT CITY The Celebrate
Our Freedom open house at
the home of Larry and Cathy
Jimenez was attended by more
than 200 people. The event
was sponsored by Federated
Plant City Republican Wom-
en.
Kelleigh Klein, executive
director of United Food Bank
of Plant City, accepted a check
from Carol Kurdell, a Hillsbor-
ough County school board
member, after she successfully
bid on a painting by Jossie
Azorin from Plant City.
Azorin and her daughter,
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OBITUARIES
HALL, The Rev. Dr. William
McLaurine, passed away
October 5, 2008. His life and
ministry was
celebrated at
a memorial
Eucharist at
Church,, 2 p.m.
Saturday,
October 11,
City, FL 32025, wit2008, at
St. James
Episcopal
Church, 2423
S.W. Bascom Norris Drive, Lake
City, FL 32025, with the Rt. Rev.
John Howard, Episcopal bishop
of the Diocese of Florida,
officiating, and the Rev. Dale
Warner assisting. Father Hall
was born in Tampa August 26,
1928 and grew up in Plant City,
Fla. Upon graduation from Plant
City High School, he entered
Stetson University, where he
earned a Bachelor of Arts
degree in 1949. Responding to a
call to ordained ministry, he
moved to New Haven, Conn., to
study at Yale Divinity School. He
graduated from Yale University
with the Bachelor of Divinity
degree in 1953 and a Master of
Sacred Theology degree in 1955.
In 1980, he earned the Doctor of
Divinity degree from the
University of the South
(Sewanee). During his time at
Yale University, Father Hall met
his future wife, Margaret Ann
MacLennan. They were married
in Toronto, Canada, November
26, 1955, and lived in New York
City, N.Y., where Father Hall was
serving as minister and working
with troubled youth at Judson
Memorial Church, Washington
Square, New York City. Father
Hall returned to Florida where
he assisted the rector at Holy
Trinity Episcopal Church,
Gainesville, Fla. Father Hall was
ordained as an Episcopal priest
September 18, 1958, by the Rt.
Rev. E. Hamilton West, Diocese
of Florida. In 1958, Father Hall
served as the Bishop's Vicar in
St. Michael's Mission Parish,
Gainesville, Fla., and continued
to-serve as St. Michael's first
priest until 1964. From 1964 to
1966, he served as assistant
-rector of St. Marks Episcopal
Church, Jacksonville, Fla., before
being called to St. James
Episcopal Church, Lake City,
Fla., in June 1966. Father Hall
served Rector of St. James for
27 years until his retirement in
1994. Throughout his ministry,
the many positions he filled on
committees in the Diocese of
Florida have touched the lives of
many people, particularly his
work as chairman of the
bishop's advisory committee on
admission to the.ordained


ministry for 18 years, and
chairman of continuing
education for the clergy. Father
Hall was also involved in many
civic and philanthropic
organizations and was
extremely active in prison
ministries. Upon retirement, he
enjoyed traveling to visit his
grandchildren in Louisiana,
attending various elder hostels,
listening to operas and classical
music, and of course, reading
his many books. He remained
very active in retirement
serving as diocesan historian,
supplying for vacationing clergy
and filling in during vacancies at
St. Mary's, Madison, Fla., St.
James, Perry, Fla., and Grace
Episcopal Church in Monroe, La.
In his final years, Father Hall
moved to the Advent Christian
Village retirement community in
Dowling Park, Fla. He became
quite active there and was
responsible for starting the
"History of Florida" course. In an
age when so many things are
considered temporary or
expendable, his example has
proven to all of us that
steadfastness is found in a life
of faithful service. His selfless
giving to others endeared him
to all who knew him and he
leaves many family members
and friends to mourn his loss.
Father Hall was preceded in
death by his wife of 38 years,
Margaret Ann MacLennan Hall,
who died February 9, 1993. He is
survived by his daughter,
Margaret Hall Zentner, and her
husband, Dr. Scott D. Zentner,
Monroe, La.; son, Bill Hall, and
his wife, Beverly, of Palatka,
Fla.; sister, Josephine Hall
Spears of Palm Beach Gardens,
Fla.; sisters-in-law, Effie
MacLennan McCombe and Jane
Grimes MacLennan, Ontario,
Canada; two beloved
grandchildren, McLaurine "Mac"
Hall Zentner and Margaret Ann
Zentner of Monroe, La.; and
numerous nieces, nephews,
great-nieces and great-
nephews. The family wishes to
express its heartfelt thanks to
the compassionate medical
staff and caregivers and friends
at Dacier Manor and Good
Samaritan, Dowling Park, Haven
Hospice of the Suwannee Valley
in Lake City;, and the people of
St. James, Lake City and St.
Mary's, Madison, Fla. In lieu of
flowers, memorial donations
maybe made to St. James
Episcopal Church, 2423 S.W.
Bascom Norris Drive, Lake City,
FL 32025 or Haven Hospice
Care Center, 6037 Highway 90
W., Lake City, FL 32055.
Fipr information about obituaries,
813-259-7958
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international companies show-
casing futuristic technology
and new products and servic-
es Friday through Sunday at
the Florida State Fairgrounds'
Expo Hall.
Show hours are from 11 a.m.
to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday
and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.


Ticket prices are $8 for adults;
$7 for age 55 and older; free
for children younger than 12
who attend with an adult.
Parking is $5 for cars and $10
for RVs and buses. Visitors are -
asked to enter the fairgrounds
at the,U.S. 301 entrance.
The fairgrounds are at 4800
U.S. 301 N., Tampa.
For information, go to
www.bighomeshow.com.


Zoo Boo
Is B-a-a-c-c-k
It's time for some haunted
family fun. Zoo Boo is back
from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday and
Saturday and 7 to 10 p.m.
Sunday at Lowry Park Zoo,
1101 W. Sligh Ave., Tampa
* Tickets are $17 for ages 12
and older and $14 for ages 3 to
11. Admission includes free
rides and admission into
haunted houses, haunted


trails and other spooky events.
Howl-O-Scream
At Busch Gardens
Come meet the not-so-
lovely Raven Twins. Howl-O-
Scream is open from 7:30 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Thursday and 7:30
p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and
Saturday at Busch Gardens
Tampa Bay, 10001 N. McKin-
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General admission is
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Monday

Spanish In A Hurry
Quickie lessons in Spanish
are 12:20 to 12:40 p.m. Mon-
days at Espress Yourself Cof-
fee 101, 101 E. J. Arden Mays
Blvd., Plant City. There's no
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for the Special Olympics In-
ternational for the Country
Music Association and has
published a cookbook, but he
is best-known as a songwriter
and guitar-playing country
singer.
Doors will open at 7 p.m.,
and admission is $9.95. The
Dallas Bull is at 3322 U.S. 301
N., Tampa.
Salvation Army
To Host Fall Bazaar
LAKELAND Capt. Amy Lee


invites the community to a fall
bazaar sponsored by the
Women's Ministry of the Sal-
vation Army church.
The annual event is from 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 31 and 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 1 at the
Salvation Army, 2620 Kathleen
Road, Lakeland.
There will be something for
everyone, including food,
books, jewelry, crafts, baked
goods, collectibles, clothing
and more.
Call Lee at (863) 853-2214,
ext. 223, for information.

Mail items to Betty Briggs at The
Tampa Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler
St, Plant City FL 33563; or fax to
(813) 865-4441.


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CLUB CLIPS
Club Clips lists meeting times for
clubs and organizations.

VFW: Veterans of Foreign
Wars, Post 4590, meets 7 p.m.
the first Thursdays monthly at
the post, 3709 E. U.S. 92, Plant
City.
PILOT CLUB: The Pilot Club of
Plant City meets at 6:30 p.m.
the first Monday monthly at
the home of Nancy Miller. The
meetings include a home-
cooked dinner for $10. The
club is part of an international
organization that raises money
for brain-related disorders. Call
(813) 473-3977.

BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSOCI-
ATION: The local chapter of
the American Business Wom-
en's AsSociation meets at.
11:45 a.m. the last Monday
monthly at Carrabba's Italian
Grill, 1205 Townsgate Court,
Plant City, off Thonotosassa
Road south of Interstate 4.
Call Lizzette Sarria at (813)
764-9516.

WOMAN'S CLUB: The Wom-
an's Club of Plant City holds
its regular 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 sec-
ond Thursday monthly at the
Woman's Club House at -1110
N. Wheeler St. Call (813)-928-
0211.

BERRY PATCH GUILD: The
Berry Patch Quilt Guild meets
from 10 a.m. to noon Wednes-
days for a sit-n-sew. The club
also has business meetings at
7:15 p.m. the second Thursday
monthly. The meetings are at
the Winter Visitors Center,
304 Dort St. Call (813) 752-
0679.

CIVITAN CLUB: The Plant City
Civitan Club meets at 6:45
a.m. the first and third Thurs-
day monthly at the Orange
Blossom Tea Room, 106 S.
Evers St. Call (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 go to www.plantcity-
habitatforhumanity.org.

Send Club Clips to Dave Nicholson,
bureau chief, The Tampa Tribune,
101 N. Wheeler St., Plant City FL
33563; or e-mail to dnichol-
son@tampatrib.com; or fax to (813)
865-4441.


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Continued From Page 4

Golden Aluminum Extrusions,
wouldn't say why the plant
closed or if it would reopen.
"We regret the closing of the
business," Cain said a week'
ago.
A spokesman for Golden
Aluminum in Colorado
couldn't be reached for com-
ment.
The factory, which covers
400,000 square feet on 27
acres, opened in 1970 and was
one of the city's largest em-
ployers. The plant's products
included transportation and
industrial materials and patio
doors and windows.
Union staff worker Frank
Bragg said Cain was working
without pay and doing his best
under trying circumstances.
Cain, who remains at the
plant, is helping set up times
for workers to retrieve person-
al items.
Parrish said the current cri-
sis began during the first week
of September.
"It seemed strange, but
management called us and
said there was a gas line rup-
ture and the plant would be
shut down for a couple of
days," Parrish said. "Then a


few days later we were told the
company was in financial
trouble and they hadn't paid
their gas bill. It turns out they
haven't been paying any of
their vendors for a while.
"Then Wells Fargo [Bank]
denied them a loan to contin-
ue operations and manage-
ment said the plant would
remain down until the financ-
es were settled."
Bragg said that on Oct. 3,
without warning, the plant was
shut down to all employees
except Cain.
"That is when we were told
about the two-hour window to
retrieve personal items," Bragg
said. "The problem was there
was no attempt by manage-
ment to contact the employ-
ees. We scrambled around the
best we could and notified
about 60 percent of the work-
frs."
George Guthrie, a United
Way employee who works as a
liaison with the AFL/CIO to
provide information services
to union employees, has been
contacted by Parrish and
Bragg. United Steel Workers
Local 7858 is part of the AFL/
.CIO.
"We help workers move for-
ward and provide information
that will help them adjust to a
changing financial situation,"
Guthrie said. "We provide con-


tacts and information that
help employees make the best
use of the financial resources
they have available to them.
We give them contacts for legal
and financial advice that might
be helpful to them in their new
circumstances."
The aluminum plant has op-
erated at the location off Syd-
ney Road under several own-
ers. Several generations of
workers have made a good
living at the plant.
"Now we will have to see if
the plant will ever reopen,"
Bragg said.
Leland Lorentzn, president
of Golden Aluminum Inc., said
the economy in general is af-
fecting many manufacturing
companies. He said there are
no financial ties between his
company and the Plant City
factory, although some of the
investors are the same.
"Vendors and manufactur-
ers are all hurting in today's
economy," Lorentzn said.
"The mortgage holder for
Golden Aluminum Extrusion,
Wells Fargo Bank, has the ma-
jority of control in the financial.
matters they are now facing."
Lorentzn said he had no
idea what the ultimate out-
come might be at the plant.

Reporter George H. Newman can
be reached at (813) 865-4451.


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SEPT. 1: Kelsea West, a
daughter, to Brandi Stamps and
Allen West
SEPT. 2 Lesane Earl and Ant-
won Earl, twin sons, to Casey
Dempsey and Daryl Earl Jr. of
Plant City
SEPT. 3: Murphy Connell, a
son, to Melissa and Michael
Connell of Plant City
SEPT. 4: Gianlucas, a son, to


PLANT CITY POLICE
Below is a listing of crimes handled by
the Plant City Police Department
between Sept. 29 and Oct. 5 arranged
by ZIP code. These are crimes that have
been investigated by officers and don't
reflect unfounded calls for service.

33563
E Church St, Block 1300, domestic
battery, Oct. 3, 10:20 p.m.
Greenwood Valley Dr, Block 2000,
criminal mischief, Oct. 3, 8 a.m.
Hammock Dr, Block 2800, battery,
Oct. 4, 10:15 p.m.
Highland Ave, Block 2600, criminal
mischief, Oct. 4, 2:48 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2100,
retail theft, Oct. 3, 6:20 p.m.


HILLSBOROUGH
COUNTY SHERIFF'S
OFFICE
This is a partial list of crimes and
service calls reported Oct. 5-11 to the
Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office.
Calls on Oct. 10 were not available.
Questions about a specific event
should be directed to the sheriffs
office at (813) 247-8200.

33527
Bethlehem Rd, Block 3500, vehicle
burglary, Oct. 11, 10:11 p.m.
Bethlehem Rd, Block 3800, criminal
mischief, Oct. 11, 11:42 a.m.
Dixon Ave/Grant St, disturbance,
Oct. 5, 2:46 a.m.
Grant St, Block 14500, noise com-
plaint, Oct. 11, 8:37 p.m.
Grant St, Block 14500, noise com-
plaint, Oct. 11, 9:35 p.m.
Haynes Rd, Block 14800, disturbance,
Oct. 11, 1:14 a.m.
Jordan Rd, Block 3600, residential
burglary, Oct. 11, 5:15 p.m.
Kim Acres In, Block 1800, distur-
bance, Oct. 8, 3:36 p.m.
Kirkland Rd, Block 2400, animal call,
Oct. 7, 5:52 p.m.
Lilita Ave, Block 13100, vehicle
burglary, Oct. 8, 4:34 a.m.
Lilita Ave, Block 13100, vehicle
burglary, Oct. 8, 8:23 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 2800, deputy
crash no injuries, Oct. 5,1:18 p.m.
Nelson Ave, Block 3000, disturbance,
Oct. 7, 10:10 p.m.
Nelson Ave, Block 3000, disturbance,
Oct. 7,8:15 p.m.
Newsome Rd, Block 12900, vehicle
burglary, Oct. 8,11:27 a.m.
Rolling Vista Lp, Block 6000, criminal
mischief, Oct. 7, 8:20 p.m.
San Francisco Cr, Block 13400,
assault/battery, Oct. 11, 7:02 p.m.
San Juan Diego Way, Block 13400,
assault/battery, Oct. 11, 6:43 p.m.
San Juan Diego Way, Block 13400,


Rosa Morales and Jesus Ortega
of Lakeland
SEPT. 6: Gabriel Heredy, a
son, to Brittany and Tamas
Heredy of Lakeland
SEPT. 7: Madison Brown, a
daughter, to Gretchen Ross
SEPT. 9: Alexander Teodoro, a
son, to Tiffany Banghart and
Ricardo Teodoro
SEPT. 11: Peighton Mosley, a
daughter, to Veronica and Justin
Mosley; Jacob Schutz, a son, to
Crystal Galo and Aaron Schutz
of Plant City
SEPT. 12: Tiernan Miley-Jus- -


James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2100,
retail theft, Oct. 4, 11:50 a.m.
Louisiana St, Block 1300, battery,
Sep. 30, 6:40 p.m.
N Alexander St, Block 400, retail
theft, Oct. 1, 8:10 a.m.
N Alexander St, Block 900, driving
while license suspended or revoked,
Oct. 1, 4:36 a.m.
N Knight St, Block 600, domestic
battery, Oct. 1, 11:10 a.m.
Reynolds Ridge Ct, Block 4400,
residence burglary, Oct. 1, 12 p.m.
S Collins St, Block 1400, petty theft,
Sep. 30, 6 a.m.
S Collins St, Block 600, grand theft,
Sep. 30, 3 p.m.
S Tyler St, Block 900, criminal mis-
chief, Oct. 3, 8 a.m.
S Waller St, Block 200, trespassing,
Sep. 29, 11:26 p.m.


fight, Oct. 11, 6:39 p.m.
Stafford Rd, Block 7100, prowler,
Oct. 8,11:49 p.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 1300, graffi-
ti, Oct. 11, 7:50 a.m.
Sydney Washer Rd, Block 1200, theft,
Oct. 6, 6:42 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 13400, loose-
animal, Oct. 11, 7:25 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd/Mcintosh Rd,
person down, Oct. 11, 10:11 a.m.
Tom Gallagher Rd, Block 13100,
theft, Oct. 11, 1:44 p.m.
Tom Gallagher Rd, Block 13100,
theft, Oct. 11, 4:27 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 12700, neighbor
trouble, Oct. 11, 3:22 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 5800, domestic
violence, Oct. 5, 5:55 p.m.
US 92 W, Block 5800, vehicle bur-
glary, Oct. 5, 12:52 a.m.

33540
Holloman Brook Ct, Block 6400,
drug law violation, Oct. 8, 4:31 p.m.
Jay Bird St, Block 6800, theft, Oct. 7,
6:10 p.m.

33563
Branch Forbes Rd/1-4 E, DUI, Oct. 11,
7:44 p.m.
US 92 W, Block 4400, domestic
violence, Oct. 6, 8:02 p.m.

33565
1-4 W/Branch Forbes Rd, drug law
violation, Oct. 9,12:15 p.m.
1-4 W/County Line Rd, DUI, Oct. 5,
3:54 a.m.
Bethel Dr, Block 5300, theft, Oct. 9,
2:34 p.m.
Branch Forbes Rd, Block 1800, as-
sault/battery, Oct. 11,12:27 p.m.
CR 574/Turkey Creek Rd, DUI, Oct.
11, 2:40 a.m.
Cathedral Oaks Dr, Block 6500,
vehicle burglary, Oct. 6, 3:59 p.m.
De Montmollin Rd, Block 2900,
vehicle burglary, Oct. 11, 7:50 a.m.
Dell Keen Rd, Block 2600, distur-
bance, Oct. 5, 6:54 a.m.
Forbes Rd N, Block 4000, distur-


Thonotosassa Rd, Block 1700, com-
mercial burglary, Oct. 7, 4:08 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 1900, arson,
Oct. 2, 10:24 p.m.
W Ball St, Block 400, residence
burglary, Oct. 2, 3 a.m.
W Ball St, Block 600, residence
burglary, Oct. 2, 3 a.m.
W Dr King Blvd, Block 800, commer-
cial burglary, Oct. 3, 6:59 p.m.
W J Arden Mays Blvd, Block 100,
death investigation, Oct. 4,9:29 p.m.
W Tever St, Block 400, vehicle
burglary, Oct. 3, 8 p.m.
W Tyler St, Block 1100, battery, Oct.
3, 8:31 p.m.
Waller St/Renfro St, robbery, Oct. 1,
9 p.m.

33565


bance, Oct. 6, 4:07 p.m.
Harvey Tew Rd, Block 5500, dis-
turbance, Oct. 7, 9:52 a.m.
James L Redma9 Pw/Trapnell Rd,
loose animal, Oct. 11, 6:49-p.m.
Joe Mcintosh Rd/Paul Buchman Hw,
animal call, Oct. 8, 9:15 p.m.
Kirkland Rd/Fritzke Rd, animal call,
Oct. 7, 4:55 p.m.
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 4900,
neighbor trouble, Oct. 7, 7:56 a.m.
Knights Griffin Rd W/Paul Buchman
Hw, business burglary, Oct. 6, 12:17 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Oct.
9,1:15 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
endangered, Oct. 9, 12:44 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Oct. 9, 9:19 a.m.
McGee Rd/Paul Buchman Hw,
neighbor trouble, Oct. 11, 7:15 a.m.
Midway Rd, Block 4000, residential
burglary, Oct. 9, 10:25 a.m.
Oak Island Cr, Block 500, distur-
bance, Oct. 5, 11:40 a.m.
Paul Buchman Hw/Terrace Dr,
neighbor trouble, Oct: 7, 7:38 a.m.
Sam Allen Rd W, Block 3700, neigh-
bor trouble, Oct. 7, 1 p.m.
Shady Grove Ln, Block 2500, dis-
turbance Oct. 11, 11:01 p.m.
Shepherd Rd, Block'4300, assault/
battery, Oct. 8, 7:51 p.m.
Stafford Rd, Block 69Q0, assault/
battery, Oct. 8,10:41 p.m.
Stafford Rd, Block 6900, stolen
vehicle, Oct. 5, 9:55 p.m.
Strauss Rd, Block 4700, neighbor
trouble, Oct. 6, 8:58 a.m.
Thonotosassa Rd/Mcintosh Rd,
person down, Oct. 11, 10:11 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 2700, drug
law violation, Oct. 5,10:52 p.m.
Wilder Rd N, Block 2900, theft, Oct.
5, 8:43 a.m.
Williams Rd, Block 1300, theft, Oct. 6,
3:56 p.m.

33566
Barron Dr, Block 100, theft, Oct. 8,
5:14 p.m.
Calhoun Rd, Block 5200, neighbor
trouble, Oct. 8, 5:09 p.m.


tice, a son, to Aimee.Miley and
Joshua Justice of Plant City
SEPT. 15: Dakotah Neville, a
daughter, to Deri Bizier and
Christopher Neville
SEPT. 17: Kinley Chancey, a
daughter, to Shanna Adams and
Josh Chancey of Lithia; Melody
Rowan, a daughter, to Sarah
Rowan of Lakeland
SEPT. 19: Luke Ziegenfuss-
Henson, a son, to Treva Ziegen-
fuss and Kyle Henson of St.
Petersburg; Ambrielle Hilliker-
Griffith, a daughter, to Brieanna
Hilliker and Christopher Griffith


N Collins St, Block 100, grand theft,
Sep. 29, 4:15 p.m.
W Prosser Dr, Block 100, retail theft,
Oct. 3, 5:53 p.m.

33566
E Alexander St, Block 600, residence
burglary, Sep. 30, 7 p.m.
Forest Club Dr, Block 2700, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 29, 7 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2200,
petty theft, Oct. 1, 9:23 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
fraud, Oct. 2, 1:40 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
petty theft, Sep. 30, 3:15 p.m.
James L Redman Plkwy, Block 2600,
retail theft, Oct. 3, 12:45 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
vehicle theft, Oct. 2, 9:26 p.m.


Dr King Blvd, Block 4800, criminal
mischief, Oct. 7, 7:38 a.m.
Forbes Rd S/Dr King Blvd, loose
animal, Oct. 11, 5:35 p.m.
Lazy Pond Ln, Block 3100, prowler,
Oct. 5,10:44 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Oct.
7,10:47 a.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
endangered, Oct. 8, 12:12 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual battery,
Oct. 11, 8:18 p.m.
Mud Lake Rd, Block 2500, dis-
turbance, Oct. 8, 2:35 p.m.
Murray Farms Rd, Block 3400,
criminal mischief, Oct. 5, 1:05 p.m.
Nesmith Rd, Block 3400, mailbox
smashing, Oct. 11, 11:43 a.m.
Nesmith Rd, Block 5100, fight, Oct. 9,
8:53 p.m.
Pleasant Acre Dr, Block 2000, crimi-
nal mischief, Oct. 7, 2:21 a.m.
Raider PI, Block 1, assault/battery,
Oct. 9, 2:56 p.m.
Raider PI, Block 1, theft, Oct. 8, 10:07
a.m.
Sam Astin Rd, Block 3500, illegal
.dumping, Oct. 7, 3:34 p.m.
Sam Hicks Rd, Block 2300, criminal
mischief, Oct. 9, 9:11 p.m.
Sam" Hicks Rd, Block 2800, criminal
mischief, Oct. 6, 4:23 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E, Block 1400, residential
burglary, Oct. 7, 2:30 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E/Tommy Brock PI,
traffic crash/injuries, Oct. 6, 10:47 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E/Tommy Brock PI,
traffic crash/injuries, Oct. 7,1:02 a.m.
-Turkey Creek Rd, Block 2800, neigh-
bor trouble, Oct. 6, 9:44 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 2000, business bur-
glary, Oct. 11, 7:35 a.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5300, vehicle
burglary, Oct. 8, 5:31 a.m.
Waller Catfish TI; Block 5100, as-
sault/battery, Oct. 7, 7:04 p.m.

33567-
Boca Grande Cr, Block 5400, dis-
turbance, Oct. 7, 10:06 a.m.
C A Bugg Rd, Block 3700, livestock


SEPT. 20: Jacob Hernandez, a
son, to Jessica Carachure and
Jose Hernandez
SEPT. 22: Lilliana Walker, a
daughter, to Joan Cunningham
and George Walker of Lithia;
Kynslee Stalvey, a daughter, to
Kasadee Davis ard Dustin Stal-
vey of Lakeland; Brooklynn
VanStronder, a daughter to
Tiffany and Brian VanStronder
of Dover
SEPT. 23: Claire Boczar, a
daughter, to Meghan and An-
drew Boczar of Valrico; Giuliana
Muller, a daughter, to Sonya and
Andy Muller


James L Redman Pkwy / Maki Rd,
driving while license suspended or
revoked, Oct. 1, 4:05 p.m.,
N Alexander St, Block 200, petty
theft, Oct. 2, 8:30 a.m.
Pine Club Dr, Block 2900, vehicle
burglary, Oct. 2,10:20 p.m.
S Frontage Rd, Block 3300, grand
theft, Oct. 3, 5 p.m.
St Hwy 574, Block 4100, aggravated
assault, Oct. 4, 12:15 a.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 1800, crimi-
nal mischief, Oct. 4, 12:45 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 2300, drug
investigation, Oct. 1, 10:40 p.m.

B Keyword: Crime Track-
er, to find the locations
of eight major felony
crimes in your area.


investigation, Oct. 5, 3:34 p.m.
C A Bugg Rd, Block 3700, livestock
investigation, Oct. 5, 3:38 p.m.
C A Bugg Rd/Trapnell Rd E,.animal
call, Oct. 5, 1:08 p.m.
CR 39 S, Block 8400, assault/battery,
Oct. 9,12:54 p.m.
CR 39 S, Block 8400, neighbor trou-
ble, Oct. 5, 1:32 a.m.
CR 39 S/Old Hopewell Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Oct. 7, 6:58 a.m.
Colson Rd, Block 1800, business
robbery, Oct. 5, 3 a.m.
County Line Rd S, Block 3600,
business burglary, Oct. 11, 8:39 a.m.
Cowart Rd, Block 900, disturbance,
Oct. 8, 7:59 a.m.
Durant Rd; Block 6500, traffic crash/
injuries, Oct. 5, 5:46 p.m.
Holloway Rd, Block 2000, stolen
vehicle, Oct. 7, 5:30 p.m.
Keysville Rd E/CR 39 S, discharge
firearm, Oct. 5,1:27 a.m.
Keysville Rd W, Block 600, noise
complaint, Oct. 7, 7:46 p.m.
Location Withheld, child'abuse, Oct.
9, 9:43 a.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
endangered, Oct. 11, 6:36 a.m.
Luckasavage Rd, Block 5600, dis-
charge firearm, Oct. 11, 11:06 a.m.
SR 60 E/CR 39 S, person down, Oct.
7, 6:20 a.m.
SR 60 W, Block 1600, residential
burglary, Oct. 8, 9:31 p.m.
Shawn Hollow Ct, Block 5500,
neighbor trouble, Oct. 11, 5:24 p.m.
Swilley Rd, Block 500, assault/
battery, Oct. 9,'10:06 a.m.
Trapnell Rd E/Cowart Rd, drug law
violation, Oct. 9, 5:37 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/Keysville Rd, illegal
dumping, Oct.. 6,9:04 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/Whitehead Rd,
criminal mischief, Oct. 6,9:37 a.m.


SKeyword: Crime Track-
er, to find the locations
of eight major felony
crimes in your area.


SEPT. 24: Grayce Warner, a
daughter, to Shana and James
Warner
SEPT. 26: Manuel Palomares
Jr., a son, to Linda Gonzalez and
Manuel Palomares of Plant City
SEPT. 28: Drake Smith, a son,
to Amanda Harvell and Darrel
Smith of PlaIt City
SEPT. 29: Eli House, a son, to
Kristin and Brandon House;
Behram Khizzar, a son, to Sarah
Riaz and Khizzar Shaukat
SEPT. 30: Andreas Porter, a
son, to Maria and Ronnie Porter
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"We will have flea markets,
jewelry vendors, Christmas
decorations on sale, and an
arts and craft exhibit on the
property," Diltz said.
Blessings Unlimited will sell
religious articles, he said, and a
representative for Mary Kay
Cosmetics will be there. Sam's
Club.also will be represented.
Plant City police will dem-
onstrate gun safety and offer
child identification tech-
niques. A silent auction will be
held featuring gift baskets,
tickets and coupons from local
businesses and other valuable
items.
For the children, Diltz said,
there will be two inflatable
rides, including a slide and fun
house. A church cookbook and
fresh herbs will be available.
The festival theme is !"Our
Health God's Healing,"
Martin said.
Plant City Fire Rescue para-
medics will show techniques
used in cardiopulmonary re-
suscitation and a handheld de-
fibrillator device. A bloodmo-
bile will operate on the church
property and offer donors free
coupons for food and drink.
Family counseling informa-
tion will also be available.
About 3 p.m.,- Martin said
there will be a church service.
The church will donate part
of the profits from the festival
to a fund for local needy med-
ical patients.
-George H. Newman

He's Really
For McCain
Mayor Rick Lott, asked this
month at a club meeting about
which candidate he favors in


November, quipped, "I sup-
port [Ronald] Reagan."
It may have seemed that
Lott was being evasive. But he
later said he was trying to
interject some humor into the
Oct. 2 meeting of the Plant City
Downtown Luncheon Club.
Lott is solidly a John McCain
man.
"I endorsed McCain" more
than a year ago, Lott told a
reporter the following day.
His endorsement wasn't
widely reported in the media.
Lott said he likes McCain
because he is a proven leader.
Dave Nicholson

AT&T Expands
Area Coverage
The nation's largest wireless
provider recently activated a
new cell site in the Plant City
area.
The site, located near rail-
road tracks on Turkey Creek
Road, will improve AT&T's
coverage south of State Road
60 along Turkey Creek Road,
County Road 39 and in the
surrounding areas, including
Medard Park and Durant High
School.
The new equipment was
placed on a monopole, about
160 feet tall.
Other carriers already had
equipment on the site, a
spokeswoman said.
The new Plant City cell site
is one of dozens being added
throughout the state this year
as part of AT&T's four-year
planned expenditure of nearly
$1 billion in its Florida wireless
network.
"Our ongoing investment in
Florida continues to increase
coverage, ensure high levels of
reliability and .offer advanced
services for our customers,"
said Marshall Criser III, presi-
dent of AT&T Florida.
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Their win over
Wharton sets
momentum for
postseason play.
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY There's going
into the postseason with mo-
mentum, and then there's
what the Durant High girls golf
team did last week.
In a highly anticipated
matchup with Wharton, Du-
rant pulled off a school record
by shooting 157. The Cougars
needed every bit of that output
as Wharton played very well,
too; Durant won by five
strokes.
Durant came in with a 10-1
record while Wharton was 10-0
- with the Cougars' only de-
feat coming early in the season
against Wharton.
"It was definitely exciting,"
Durant golf coach Dick Shef-


field said. "We needed to play
that well because Wharton had
three girls shoot over their
heads."
Amy West, who went to the
state tournament as an indi-
vidual last year but is hoping to
have the whole team advance
this time around, shot an
even-par 36 while sophomore
Erica Wardzinski came in with
a 38 "and freshman Madison
Opfer shot a 39. Just as impor-
tant was the effort put in by
fourth-place golfer Carrie
Reinhardt, who fired a 44.
Durant broke the school
mark by two shots.
The match was played Oct. 7
at River Hills Country Club.
Golf gets into its postseason
well before any of the other
sports, and Durant, along with
Plant City and 10 other squads,
were to take part Monday in
the District 2A-11 tournament.
On the girls side, Durant and
Wharton were expected to eas-
ily advance to next week's re-


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gional tourney.
Wharton and Durant have
average scores that "are 25 to
30 better than anyone else in
the district, and that's for nine
holes," Sheffield said.
The top three teams from
the district tourneys make it to
the regionals, which are Mon-
day. At that point it gets
tougher, for the Cougars must
finish as one of the top two
teams with better competi-
tion to make the Oct. 28
state tournament in Daven-
port.
Plant City's boys and girls
were both hoping to make it
out of the district level as
teams, while Raider senior
Kyle Martin has individual
state title aspirations.
The boys play their region
tourney at Wentworth Golf
Club in Tarpon Springs, and
the girls are at Heritage Isles
Country Club in Tampa. Play
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PLANT CITY The Plant City
Tennis Center, 120 N. Wilder
Road, will offer lessons to be-
ginning players over the up-
coming weeks.
Registration is under way for
Morning Beginning Tennis
Lessons for Adults, which will
start Tuesday and be held
Tuesday and Thursdays for
three straight veeks. Lesson
times are from 9 to 10:30 a.m.,
and the cost is $60 for the
entire package.
Adult Evening Tennis Les-
sons will begin Nov. 4 and will
also be held Tuesdays and
Thursday over a three-week
period. These lessons, also
$60, will run from 6 to 7:30
p.m. Registration will be held
the week of Oct. 26.
For the younger players,
registration will be conducted
Monday through Oct. 31, and
lessons start Nov. 4. Beginners
ages 8 to 16 will be taught from
4:30 to 6 p.m. while Tots, 4 to 7,
are on the schedule from 6 to
6:45 p.m. These lessons are $60
for ages 8 to 16 and $35 for
Tots.
For information, call the
Tennis Center at (813) 707-
7485 or e-mail tennis profes-
sional C. Shane Johnson at
sjohnson@plantcitygov.com.
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HEALTH NOTES
ALZHEIMER'S SEMINARS: The
Alzheimer's disease support
group at First Baptist Church of
Plant-City holds seminars the
second Tuesdays monthly
through November. The ses-
sions are from 2 to 4 p.m. at the
church, 503 N. Palmer St. The
seminars are for family mem-
bers, friends and caregivers.
Topics include medication and,-
the disease process, personal
frustrations and early funeral
planning. Call (863) 688-4834.
AL ANON MEETING: Hope Al
Anon, a support group for family
and friends of alcoholics, meets
at 7:30 p.m. Monday at St.
Clement Catholic Church, 1104
N. Alexander St., Plant City. Go
to www.tampabayalanon.org or
call (813) 881-9372.
PARKINSON'S SUPPORT: A
Parkinson's disease support
group meets from 1:30 to 3:30
p.m. the second Tuesday
monthly at First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
(813) 431-1422.
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travel team for ages 13-16 is new and experienced officials BRANDON With two weeks
accepting applications for a to work middle and high BRANDON -With two weeks
head coach. Contact Andre school games. Contact Gary of play completed in the Hills-
Bankston at (813) 333-8709 or Stanley at (813) 989-9387 or borough High School Hockey
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aafl.com. hoo.com. between many teams is be-
HOCKEY: Newsome High is MULTISPORT: The Florida coming apparent.
seeking a goaltending coach. Association of Sports Officials After an opening shootout
Contact Dan Rondeau at is seeking new and experi- loss to Lakeland Jenkins, Free-
sales@lcheapcruise.com. enced officials for a variety of dom bounced back to beat
TENNIS: Tampa Catholic High sports. Contact Andre Bank- Bloomingdale 3-0 on Saturday
is seeking a varsity head ston at (813) 333-8709 or behind a hat trick by Spencer
coach. Send resumes to Fred- info@fasoofficials.com or visit McNabb. Jenkins, meanwhile,
die Langiotti at flangiotti@ fasoofficials.com. lost 4-1 to the Tigers, who
tampacatholic.org or fax to Softball themselves had lost in a-
(813) 877-9136. shootout to Wharton in their
Football AGES 60-UP: A league based in opener last Tuesday.
Plant City is conducting regis- Meanwhile, Bloomingdale
SIX-/EIGHT-MAN: The Grid- trations. Call John Wolfe at defeated Plant on the opening
iron Football League is con- (813) 754-8649 or Ken Annalo- day of the season, only for the
ducting registrations for tackle va at (813) 717-7789. Panthers to defeat Wharton
leagues. Contact Andre Bank- 5-4 in a shootout in their sec-
ston at (813) 333-8709 or YOUTH SIGNUPS ond game on Saturday. Sib-
info@gridironfootball.org or lings Justin and Hannah
visit gridironfootball.org. Baseball Bramm each scored in the
TACKLE: The Tampa Bay Ti- shootout for the Panthers.
gers need players and coaches AGES 3-14: Temple Terrace "I went away from the high
for the upcoming season. Call PONY Baseball is conducting school league for a couple of
Dave Johnson at (813) 468- registrations. Call Randy Day- years," Panthers coach Larry
3503 or e-mail tampabaytig- enport at (813) 267-2229 or Seavor said. "I knew Plant to
ersO8@yahoo.com. visit ttponybaseball.com. be one of the doormats, hon-
Golf AGES 5-18: Keystone Little estly, and now everyone I talk
League will conduct registra- to says everyone is pretty
LUTZ: The Hillsborough County tions Nov. 15 and 22. Visit even. I watched the [Tigers]
Medical Association Founda- keystonelittleleague.org. game before me, and I was
tion will host a charity scram- AGES 7-12: The University of like, 'those are two solid
ble Oct. 30 at the Tournament Tampa will conduct a father- teams.' I think every team is
Players Club of Tampa Bay. son clinic Sunday. Contact kind of even, and that should
Call Elke Johnston or Julie Frank Maldonado at (813) make for a great season.
Frissell at (813) 253-0471. 486-6952 or fmaldona- Tigers coach Bruce Paterson
ODESSA: A best-ball scramble do@ut.edu or visit utbaseball- said he and fellow coach Mark
to benefit victims of juvenile lessons.com. Kroeten have emphasized that
arthritis is scheduled Friday at AGES 7-17: The University of on-ice effort will be rewarded.
The Eagles Golf Club of Tampa Tampa will offer instruction "As we say to the players,
Bay. Call (800) 968-7000. for catchers in October. Con- any team on a given night can
PLANT CITY: A tournament to tact Frank Maldonado at (813) beat any other team," Pater-
benefit war veterans in need 486-6952 or fmaldona- son said. "It's about how hard
of guide dogs is scheduled do@ut.edu or visit utbaseball- you work, and if you work
Monday at Walden Lake Golf & lessons.com. hard every night, and work
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Kirkfield at (813) 376-0382 or organization is conducting likely to win more often than
kkirkfield@hotmail.com. tryouts for experienced play- not."
SEMINOLE: The Tides Golf ers. Call (813) 857-2847. The Tigers got a pair of
Club is accepting member- AGES 11-U: The Brandon Ex- goals from Zack White, in-
ships for its women's leagues. treme are seeking skilled play- cluding the game-winner. But
Call Carole Connell at (727) ers. Call Dave Houston at (813) the Tigers' play in the defen-
579-4167. 390-7792 or Ted Flynn at sive zone which stifled a
TAMPA: The Northdale Ladies (813) 230-8303. Jenkins team that scored four
Golf Association is accepting AGES 11-U: The Tampa Boltz goals in regulation against
memberships. Call Rosann are seeking two elite players. Freedom the week before was
Plautz at (813) 969-3251. Call Rudy DeSantolo at (813) the key to their victory.
Miscellaneous 389-9359. "Everybody stuck to their
position tonight and support-
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judges are needed for compe- two weeks in advance via e- "That was the big thing that
titions. Visit ccecheer.com. mail (sports@tampatrib.com), was really missing from the
FUTSAL Indoor 5v5 men's and fax (813) 259-8148 or mail to Tuesday night game was the
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they did that much better."
Paterson also had praise for
his goaltending tandem of
Troy Mainzer and Greg Lem-
row, as Mainzer gave up just a
power-play goal against
Jenkins.
"Both of our goaltenders are
pretty good," Paterson said. "I
think we have a comparable
tandem to anyone in the
league right now. Goaltending
is not our issue right now."

NOT MISSING LETSON: While
Freedom graduated five se-
niors from last season's team,
one player who could have
returned is absent from the
team.
That's because Chance Let-
son is now a member of the
Tampa Bay Bolts, a new junior
"B" hockey team that plays in
the Metropolitan League
South Division. But while Let-
son was an important part of
last year's league champions,
Freedom coach Mike Lufkin
said he's pleased with the way
the team has played without
him.
"He'd been in the program
for a couple of years, so they're
not easy to replace," Lufkin
said. "You've got to give credit
to the boys. Our captain [Greg
Fries] and the alternates have
done a great job understand-
ing the things that we want to
do on the ice."
Fries himself said he and
others had contemplated go-
ing a similar route to Letson,
and may do so in the future.
"There's a few of us that
have thought about going to
juniors," Fries said. "Weston
Moon wants to maybe go play
juniors, and I was thinking
about playing juniors, so some
of us have high hopes about
moving on."

Letson Finishes
2nd At West Bay
George Letson of Tampa led
after the first round, but a
second-round 78 left him in a
three-way tie for second at the
Florida Junior Golf Tour's
Under-18 event at West Bay
Golf Club in Estero on Sunday.
Letson, who plays for Plant
High, had led by one after an
opening-round of 69. He fin-
ished one shot outofa playoff


with Greg Carrier of Ponte
Vedra Beach, after Carrier shot
a 74 on the second day for
victory.
Amy West from Valrico
bounced back from a poor
opening round to finish in a tie
for second in the girl's Un-
der-18 event, but didn't get
close to champion Erica Pop-
son of Davenport, who won by
six shots.
West, who plays for Durant
High, shot the low score on the
second day with a 74, but an
opening 82 left her too many
shots to make on Popson.

GYMNASTICS: LaFleur's Largo
won the level-five large-team
division, and Lightning City
Gym won the small-team divi-
sion at the Gasparilla Invita-
tional on Sunday.
LaFleur's edged out the
Tampa Bay Turners by a half-
point, finishing with a total of
115.150. Natalie Morrison led
LaFleur's, winning her flight
and recording the highest
all-around total in the level-
five meet with a total of 38.575.
Morrison won the floor (9.675),
bars (9.625) and vault (9.550)
and finished third in the beam
(9.675).
Morrison was edged out in
the beam by the Turners Cassi-
dy Slockett, who recorded a
9.825 as she took second place
in the flight. Slockett also tied
Morrison on the bars.
Lightning City finished with
a total of 109.525, as Cassangela
Bailey recorded the team's
highest all-around total with -
3.6.425. Bailey won the vault in
her flight with a score of 9.375,
and was backed by Kyla Pea
(36.350) and Taliah Howard
(35.525), who both finished
second in their respective
flights.

RUNNING: Robert Stewart
from Lutz won the boy's un-
der-18 championship at the
Disney Race For The Taste 10K,
finishing the course at the Walt
Disney World Resort in a time
of 42 minutes, 24 seconds.
Stewart finished over a min-
ute ahead of Colton Devos of
La Salle, Canada.

Nicholas I.E. Murray can be
reached at (813) 259-8243.

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ByDAREKSHARP
dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY With two
months gone in their youth
football seasons, three south-
east Hillsborough County
teams are not showing any
signs that they might lose.
The Turkey Creek Trojans
Midgets and both the Pine-
crest Pilots Mighty Mites and
Pee Wee squads are all unbeat-
en. Not only that, but those
particular squads also have
hardly been challenged.
Turkey Creek Midgets, for 8-
and 9-year-olds and 10-year-
olds who weigh less than 75
pounds, have been steamroll-
ing through the schedule.
Only once, in a 25-21 win
over the Brandon Cowboys on
Sept. 29, have the Trojans won
by single digits. There was an
18-6 win over the Dover
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has been shutout with the
Trojans scoring at least 26
points each time.
Turkey Creek and Pinecrest
are in the Florida Youth Foot-
ball & Cheerleading Associa-
tion. The league has eight
teams, split into two divisions
each. Pinecrest is in the Na-
tional Division while Turkey
Creek is in the American. Each
program has six age groups.
Also out to a strong start for
the Trojans are the Super
Midgets, for 10- and 11-year-
olds up to 125 pounds and
12-year-olds weighing less
than 90 pounds.
Pinecrest's teams met up
with Turkey Creek's on Oct. 4
with Pinecrest winning four of
the six games. The only excep-
tions were the Trojans Midg-


ets, who won 37-0, and the
Varsity team.
The Pinecrest Pee Wee team
for 6- to 8-year-olds, has been
incredibly dominant. After
beating the Brandon Lions
12-6 in the first week of the
season, the Pilots won by
scores of 26-0, 21-0, 13-0, 25-0,
33-0 and 41-0.
Meanwhile, the Pilots
Mighty Mites, for 4- and 5-
year-olds, though not stringing
together the same number of
shutouts, is also undefeated
and has scored at least four
touchdowns in every game.
The league wraps up its reg-
ular season next weekend, and
the playoffs begin Nov. 1.
Pinecrest could have most
of its six teams qualify for the
postseason.


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The players end
up with some wild
final scores.
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY No matter the
teams, there's a good chance
that the Elite League is going
to produce some high-scor-
ing games in the Plant City
Recreation and Parks Depart-
ment/Optimist youth flag
football program.
The season is in its second
month, and the teams in the
Elite League, for 13- to 15-
year-olds, have consistently
provided some wild final
scores, such as the first week-
end of October, when the
Colts beat the Bucs 36-33.
Prior to that, the Bucs beat
the Patriots 39-38, and the
Colts hung 52 points on the
Jets on Sept. 27.
Two weekends remain in
the regular season, and the
Colts and Bucs, tied for first
place, will meet Saturday.


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Games are played at the Otis
M. Andrews Sports Complex.
In the Oct. 4 meeting, the
Colts got four touchdowns
from Travis Ciccarello, who
also threw a pair of TD pass-
es. The Bucs got a pair of
touchdown runs from Austin
Baxter.
Ciccarello scored a whop-
ping five touchdowns, two on
interception returns, in the
39-38 win over the Patriots.
Trevor Villegas, Cleyton Mor-
ris and Alex Heysek scored
the Patriots' touchdowns in
that one.
The Premier League, for
10-. to 12-year-olds, has been
pretty wide open with the
Vikings, Panthers and Saints
all carrying winning records
to lead the eight-team group.
But recently the Cowboys,
who started off 0-2, have
been dangerous, too.
In Week 3, the Cowboys
tied the Eagles, who were 2-0
at the time, 26-26 and fol-
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lowed that up with a 28-6 win
over the previously 3-0 Pan-
thers. In the latter game, J.J.
Niekro caught a couple of
touchdown passes from Will
Hippler and threw for anoth-
er to Ryan Bradley.
The Saints dealt the Vi-
kings their first loss on Sept.
27 in a 25-24 decision. Both
teams had four touchdowns
but only one point-after was
converted a run by India
Borbin and that was the


difference.
In the Senior League, for 8-
and 9-year-olds, the Steelers
have been the top team with
the Broncos close behind,
but even the fourth-place
Bears have shown potential,
making for an unpredictable
postseason.
Playoffs in the Senior, Pre-
mier and Elite leagues will
conclude with the champi-
onship games on Nov. 1.
There are no playoffs in the
Munchkin League, for 4- and
5-year-olds and the Junior
League. for 6- and 7-year-
olds. Their seasons conclude
Oct. 25.


By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY A three-week
injury is obviously not the end
of the world, even if it's to a top
player such as Durant High
running back Ryan Rice.
But the timing is pretty bad


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for the Cougars on this one.
While head coach Mike
Gottman is grateful Rice's
shoulder injury is not season
ending, it does come at the
most critical juncture of the
season. Durant is in the middle
of a stretch where it hits the
road to face both of its Saraso-
ta district rivals.
"Losing Ryan, that hurts,"
Gottman said. "He's like a,
walking playbook on the field."
Gottman said that Rice, who
was initially feared to have
broken his collarbone, might
be ready for the team's last
District 6A-6 game Oct. 31
against Riverview. But he will
definitely be out for next
week's trip to Sarasota River-
view.
Rice was hurt Oct. 3 during
the team's 10-0 win over Bran-
don. Brandon sophomore de-
fensive lineman Billy Jackson
hurt Rice while making a tack-
le, driving Rice's shoulder into
the ground.
"Ryan was just making a
cutback inside, and Jackson's
just a young guy; he kinda just
fell on him," Gottman said.
Now the Cougars will turn to
two running backs, juniors An-
tonio Morris and John Hicks,
to fill in for Rice, who had 303
yards on the season when he


was injured.
This week Durant goes up
against a team that has had its
share of injuries. The Cougars
are at Freedom High, which in
one game a 27-16 loss to
Alonso on Oct. 3 lost its
standout quarterback Josh
Grady (hamstring) and receiv-
er Rodney Lyons (ankle).
Both players are unlikely to
be ready to take on Durant this
Thursday; most Hillsborough
County teams are playing
Thursday night since Friday is
a non-school day.
Kickoff from Patriots Stadi-
um is at 7:30 p.m.
Also in action Thursday is
Plant City High, which has the
rather enormous task of facing
Ar nwood High School. The
Hawks are ranked nationally
and have simply been able- to
overwhelm opponents all sea-
son.
Armwood's defense was
considered its strength, but the
offense, led by quarterback
Mywan Jackson, is catching
up. Jackson is getting steadily
better at mastering Armwood's
new spread attack. He threw
for five touchdowns in a recent
win over Jefferson.
The kickoff at Armwood is at
7:30 p.m.


Local Man Prevails In Scuffle

With Hoodlums
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Bend area of Northern hogs & timber. scenic, abundant wild Dbl French Door Entry S le amenities. AMAZ 125 Danube Ave.
Florida, about 50 miles 42acres 85acres- life. South of Dale Ho- Limited Time Offer! IN MOVE IN SPECIALS $950/m. water incl.
east of Tallahassee. 120acres- 235acres- low Lake. $24,900. COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE Tours Daily, CALL NOW! Oct.RentOnly$99.$100 813-205-2199
Beautiful pool and patio 50acres- 7 30acres on Owner Financing. REL E E -WLER & HY 301 Area
area with tall privacy Little Salkahatchie Ri, 866-550-5263 REA ES REN -REN Apt for E Rent SuR,rity eps. FOWLER & HWY 301 Area
fence, gazebo with hot er. Below market!! Call 1 Concrete Structured A er S Rd $9/m incd we
Ct 33 ca concrete Busi I S W d I d s water.
ub. $229,000. Call 386- owner: 803-826-6033 Pamr Centre Brandon Ad o nwRa / Icu t
(home) and (Brokers Protected) Warehouse Wilder Cooration Apartents Bldg w/elevatr private epsi N pe
208-2589 (cell). Business Park Space Excelent Views Unfurnished balcony & Ige walk-in WESLEY CHAPEL AREA. 9ampm
( f s b2 0 8 2 5 8 9 S O U T H C A R O L I N A W Ac elle n t S p e lo s e t n e w ly r e n o v a t e d o ff S R 5 4 N e w 3 b r 2 b a 8 1 3 2 3 9 -1 1 6 1
(fsbo) SOUTH CAROLINA WA Comm. office Space & w/tile or carpet firs, 2cg villa home. Loaded
_"_ TERFRONT 50acres on CAUSEWAY/BRANDON Exec. Suites AFFORDABLE $595/mo. 813-787-2626 with upgrades in great S. Seminole Hgts:1 br Re-
Out of State Lake Secession (Ande Warehouse space. 1050sf 800 to 40,000 RSF Full APARTMENTS-Private community. stored bungalow, CHA,
son SC) 900' of lake & UP, $595mo. 24hr scrt Service. Easy access to rms $70/week 1BR SOUTH TAMPA 1 MONTH 13-763-676 3 blks from Irg. comm
CAROLINA WATERFRONT frontage, paved road gate, close to 1-4 & US 41. the Crosstown, 1-4, 1-75 $115/wk or $450/mth FREE! Near MacDill AF, river front park.
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CABIN Dockable on frontage, mature hard- M-F 9-5. 813-239-1161 and Hw 01 Social Security & VA 3br lba Central A/C $595/mo+de. Good
Lake Secession. Paved wood timber. Reduced MANUFACTURED wknds 813.310.5391 CALLF RE INFO Beneft cents oo u CALL ( Beach entals )) et 13-9-0042
roads & city water to $7500/acre. Call 813-621-0659 1 BR$399/mth MOVE IN SPECIAL!!
150,000 or Your Per 1-864-972-1606 HOMES CROSSTOWN & 1-4 Oakwoo Apartmen813-835-6508 INDIAN ROCKS BEACH
fect Carolina hide-a- DockHeight & Grade TAMPA near downtown 813-9 1-3558Ok
away cabin on 5 acres. STEAL MY MARSHFRONT w/14 OverheadSOUTH TAMPA DEALS real estate sales. Fully I for Rent i
Lake View 150,000 Owner sacrifice!!! Drop Mobile Homes 600Amp 3PH 5500 sqt $1100 mo incids water APOLLO BEACH SU PPER BAY furnished. Htd l forRent
Call 1-864-972-1606 dead gorgeous w AC ce. & power cov park furn 1/2 OFF 1st & Last Mo. A CPARTMENTS hottubs. 727-2 4-260 SEMINOLE Heights,R,
Marshfront. My neighbor Cal 813-892-9867 & desks avail 813-258- w/ 13 Month Lease. 3 Bedrooms -
COLORADO acreage paid $389,900. I'l sell DEALERMODEL 5561 1821 Sahlman Dr Studios & lbdrms Avail. from1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms www.grangerhouse.com BA, dining/den combo,
$35,000! In Rocky Moun- mine for less than the DADE CITY Warehouse, From $535-$620. Small Bedrms-2 MTHS FREE. sr se, wd
tan canyon R ih tot bank repo's. s f SALE Industrial Mfg. & Stor- TOWN N Country next to pet ok. 813-641-1092 ation Rentals ic W carsoe wel
w" trout hospital. Wellness Cen- Limited Time Only. nef isdM r
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er! gat- 229,900. Call: (888)306- Dispa Mod mo. 220060,000 sf o 4 rooms i00 ont 1 2br aptsah Wat2 s l s furhed.
oice, 4 rooms +big front i& 2.brapts bay. er View. $875/mo.1233 26
ed ranch, adjoinsgov't 4734. SAV UP TO www.dcspaceforlease. shared area $2,200 o. access Boat slips avail. Florida Lifestyle Rentals Call 813-231-0746.
lands.r c 06-37 TENNESSEE Cr $10~ com 352 567-0600 813-882-8373. Central location, CLIPPER COVE www.ourcondo.com
8690 umberland Platearu. AAA Mh ufacu Husing FLORIDA/FOWLER area $6 e50-$850 /mo AD M S s eUSF area 3 br/2 ba/2
Low taxes! Safer than 10913 Nebraska Avenue 1,200, 1,500 or 3,000 sq. 1 Retail Space D 813-690-7559 from $575. Call for Condominiums mcrowavQUiet streenwas,
GEAST TENNESSEE HILLS the stock market! 813-9716-7581 ft. warehouse /o5ice GN oN current specials for Rent e B B Rn w 83r, porch, Aigh ceilings,
BR Brick Ranch w/2cg Wooded lots and acre units from $850 to ON$1150/mo.
wood Firs. Large Land Starting at $5,000/ac. Mobile Home Sales Od doors. We have the Drive thru coffee & fast o FREE RENT!shr e d
escaped Lot. $113,500- Plateau Properties Inc. Used Mobile Homes Be- size you need. Scott food. Turn ke opera- on Select 2Br UnitsOAKS APTS it a on8 41-0640
865-856-5126 www.plateauproperties low Wholesale PricesW 1317 or 240-1269 tion. High track area. Sun Lake Apts. Call for STADIUM AREA $1250/o 813-948-7210 Harbor Fi
.com 1-866-490-5263 Auction Style Sale 1269 www.allstate $1500/mo. 813-220-7289 Details. 813-681-7781 waterfrnt baic lots of nunsh
GEORGIA -5.99 AC Moun Oct 25th 1:00 am businesscenters.com BRANDON 1 BR, $495/MONTH ammen, $145/mo for Rent
tain Lot in Jasper, North 647 N Combee Rd YBOR 2802 N. 16th St Laurie: 941-284-4711
GA. Mtn. Views, Owner TENNESSEE LAND RUSH! Call 863-668-7170 -4/ T ST. area: 1,500 Good for restaurant or Lease Now! 813-879-5528 A Riverfront River-
$65,900 Owner/Aent homesites wood LIC # DH/1022303/1 -6,000 sq. ft.warehouse office space, for saleor 1 Month FREE! Carrllwod GORGEOUS view. uiet acre, 3/2,
0- 0 ue rnt views t units Lo ar geOH doors 3lease.N Les, 900 Br & 2Br & Towhomes TAMPA 1-3 bedrooms, br 2.5, Nw P t & granite kitc en, te3 ,
770-983-1310 Souter n views. Saint PLANT City DW & SW, and A/C ices. mo. 1st & last mo. $900 Dont Miss out! $550-$900. $200 will rn carpe dock boat lift

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info Call 84E-363-4245 sizes. Scott 813-240- option. 81-P41-0640.
$22GEORGIA LARGE now available! W e Retire i Lass Os. S t 813-240- t 8 5 BRANDON OAKS YOAPTSU 813-988- t77 a239-4104 /Cl 9048-7210
HOMESITE706-364-4200 T E Mountains 2 1st Mo Rent Plan t es 13-17 or 240-1269 eLo 1, 2 &3 Br's startIs $67or 813s 88 BAYSHORE -2801
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10acres. Low Taxes! area r 2 is U.S. places to Double Wide. $790 PLANT City Warehouse LAND 0 Lakes, 5,000 SF Spacious floor plans. MPA Palms/USF, 1BR HYDE PARK SOHO. Sanders Dr. Lovely 3br,
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e, res, sf & up. $560cess will divide insulated 10 Lare do (813)961-7932 us. A, s to eve t ood 61 Albany Ae, Unit ba CHA hdwd frs
round. Terrific invest in, act fee. 0 DOWN! Land per o. per 1000 sf. 24 hr bay doo Also offce setting to bus 10. BR, 2. +n pet OK $1000mo
ing. $4000/ac. Pan ( 069 A 650month. Repos Avail securitygate, convenient space avail. Great loca- route water, sewer, garb parking. Unfurnished 1st & sec. 813-839-2416
ents as $ 0/own. Foras i Vacation! Homemt t1-4 & 0. M i ion on US41. For de- CARROLLWOOD iFall No pets. $5030/mo $1495. F is9ed $1695 or813-417-5885


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beaNutful viewuilding i tract, bi 6 doublewide from A ( Duplex Triplex ) $ 5$O7o 2 sto & 2 BR ate o 13-334-2887. a L-fadi, vin
3BR/2BA mobile home, tall shade trees, river J1050 down. $850/mo warehouse, 7 offices, OPEN SUNDAY 1-S Newer paint & flooring, 2br, 2ba, new paint, Ig $980/MO + SECURITY,
/fireplace, acres, access, beautiful pris -752-2222 Dale fencedcan divide, lots (813) 961-7932 close to ev erhing alco, ate ERY
rolling hills fenced, tine rope Serenity of parking Busch & Starting at 00 & up. 6320 own ir. Bay 813-689-5531






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oe den ace er Financig 330699 manufactured Homes (813) aa917-443 rent Prvate Sg posit n 13-546-3986 72013, Ig freshly
water & electric, 1585rks TAMPA 3,300 16,000sf water ncfLaundry on TEMPLE TERRACE painted, scrn porcn,



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NC MOUNTAINS a r ACREAGE Breathtaking er e, cvrparg, wal Now. 1/1, 5 m walk Call 813-6342298 3br 2ba 2cg 1773sf fire
withgreatvieW very Views, Streams, Cabins Betty 813 85 $399,000 813-495-58_8 to biz district, pets per- USF upstairs W/D place Lg Porch Near







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verflls & haree ublic 888-939-2968 Plant City Doublewide Industrial & 813-253-5755/251-1209 workout room, 590mo.' *No Money Needed pets OK $1075/mo with
lake near by 4500 Must SELL! Gorgeous CARROLLWOOD area. 1 r 850- 322-5358 Best Deal discount. 813-924-6956
call now (86 '6)78-8535. TEXAS 20 acres Only 4BR/3BA, huge Kitchen, executive office with rouses ELLENTON lbr & 2br 2Br 1 Ba From $700 monw
Ac.$13,500 -0- down $streamlev35 fami MHP from2350 kitchenette up to RosewoodManor Apts VALRICO, Large 1BR BA rand New Inside CARR LWOOD:
NC MTH BARGAINS monthly. No credit down 875moEZ ianc- date 1345 sf $1700 AIRPORT AREA on Ben- Memphis Rd. 62 pis &2BR 2B condos. 813-899-201 lbr/lba/lcg, hue loft
New 2 sto log cabin check. Roads-surveyed. ing. 813-752-2222 1 Office space 1650 sf jamin Road- Ofc/Whs handicap access eual 760sf to 1055sf. $705 to home, big yr all
shell on 1.3ac w/larorPLANT City, Meadn 1 and dock high whs 9 41-77-963? our MOVE IN SPECIAL! oas ed l. 0/m
Laond avea. $109, S0. Lt. Uei ATION MA nt City, oMea tA t $113-68o-05 5m a to 's,9 t F Grda oEHlae. 813-477-0450
rand availed w/stunning 1-800-887-3006. www. Country Wood. 2br/2ha DOWNTOWN Tampa Jeff Bardin, CLW Ind, 1
vieaOthtaDiscounts Dones rarinvetments. Partly PFurnished incl 1221 Florida Ave. Free 83
s O soun. d cairrsp.apls, 7Manuf ctured standing bldg 3000sf. -3498376
877-622-2246 cow Eome FOR SALE Move- )lent j park ing, Triple 8
WESTERN KENTUCKY in condition. ncl Golf et lease OR purchased
NORTH CAROLINA Hunting& Investment Cart 813-754-0138 to buy. 813-695-0602 Investment P eryp Hudson/New Porti
MOUNTAINS New log properties. Trophy WHY Rent? DOWNTOWN Tamp Sale BRAND NEW!m
cabin shell on 1.7 acres, whitetail & premier tUF Own for $799/mo.* 1221 Florida Ave. FreeuS P tC hey
$89,900. 2acre-Sacre key hunts featured on Great New3/2Homes s Free ATTENTION INVESTORS SPECIALS!
waterfront homesites TVshows. 50-5,000ac BayWestClub.com saeni o paring, Triple Serious investment only SEA PINES APARTMENTS
from $99,900. Easy ae tracts, 8Oac lake, tim ParadiseVillageTama let Of parkn Tie one time. We are not a 2&3bedrnw/garaues
cess mountain be0 b- s 0.com 877-207-5276 t I eas -OR5-0has broker. Money to in- Pool Gym Gated Golf
homesites 2,9,900- come producing term & cond. apply to buy. 813-69-0602 vest. $785K for 34 mths 14902 Spy Glass Terrace. LIFE. PRINTED DAILY.
9,900. 82-2 7-9968 SPECIAL PRICING With a pay off of 727-869-5923 Office *.
Act-Now!)Only-Now! O 580-3000sf $239, 244. profit = 31% PROPERTY SERVICES
NORTH CAROLINA WESTERN NC MTNS New Singlewide 6x return in 34 mths. seapinesgolfdub.com TBO.COM
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Property Fall ere Cabin w/ loft on 2+ ac. Financing from $2h0dn Flrda & lill s Ave. Call 813-610-9322 HYDE PARK
Sale. Spectacular wooded7 .' T ndon DFale Mabry & W. Buscn Painting or remodeling? 1920's Charm Restored
Views, Instant Equity wofided. $86'500. EZ to Far MHP 813-664-8909 Ehrlich Rd & Dale Mabry Need a tutor or piano etok
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ment. Owner Finano SLASHED Rent for less 56thStreet&Fowler lessons?Turn toAt 813-254-5338
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near Gatilnburg Ten finish 82"-286-1666Ne~Nw is a great time to You'll find listings South gate Shop. Ct r.
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Houses Unfurnished
for Rent
CARROLLWOOD Cozy
gated community, 3
br/2 ba/2 cg, 1900 sf,
screened patio Rent
$1600/mo or sell
242,000. 813-504-3972
CARROLLWOOD No. Dale
beautiful golf course,
pool, 5br, 2.5ba, 3100sf,
renovated granite, SS
apple's. $220 /mo lease
opt avail. 813-831-3974
CENTRAL TAMPA, CUTE
2BR, 1BA CB near Hills
river & 46th St. Pets ok.
$795/mo + $600 security.
4004 E. Knollwood. Call
M-Fj9a-5p. 813-239-1161
CENTRAL TAMPA, 2BR +
den, renovated, huge
master suite, deck,
fenced. Will work
w/ deposit. $595/mo.
813-225-7200
CORK Area 3/1, on 2 ac,
w/garage shop on
Young Rd. 813-986-1881
DAVIS ISLANDS WATER-
FRONT! 2000 Sq. Ft 3BR,
2BA, garage, 3-4 min. to
downtown. Best Schools!
$2500/mo. negot (813)
495-0240 or 486-6367.
DOWNTOWN Area, Ybor
City, 4br, lba, lcg, CHA
W/) hkups, minutes to
downtown, fenced yard,
850/mo + dep. or Sale
$130K. 813-935-8185
HERNANDO NW bit'06
3br 2ba 2cg, 1.2 Acre,
1500sf, new apple Rural,
backs to Chasawitzcha
Forest. Beautiful in & out
$875/mo 352-650-2699
LAND 0 Lakes Tierra
Del-Sol, 5 br/4 ba + loft,
2 story, all upgrade
appls, cer tile, end
scrn pato, 3400 sf,
$2100/mo. 813-789-5116
LAND 0 LAKES, Tierra
Del Sol sub. 3BR w/den &
loft, full BA, LR, FR &
DR. 3200 SF, 2 CG, W/D,
Central Air, storage rm,
2 story hm. 813-695-1265
LUTZ 3br, 2ba, 2cg, pet
OK. Near USF. Fireplace
Ig deck. Fncd bkyd.
$l200mo & sec dep on 1
ear Ise Poss furnished
813-971-3547 by appt
NEW TAMPA 4br, 2ba,
3cg, 2420SF, new home
Open fir plan, lots of
closet space. Close to I-
75 & BBD. $1600/mo 1st,
last + dep 305-812-2200
NORTH Tampa 4/2 &
3/1 CHA, immed occup,
cb, common areas ce-
ramic tile, fenced yard
$1050/mo. www.besi
buytampabayhomes.co
m.813-978-3719
PLANT City 3/2, CHA, bo-
nus rm, fncd yd, in
town. W/D hkup. Ceil
fans. CB. Storage shed.
$1000/mo $1000 dep,
lyr lease. 813-659-3480
PORT Richey, 2/2/1, 1389
sf, Lg crnr lot, fam rm,
scrnlanai, freshly
painted w/d. 1st, last,
sec $800/mo. Ask about
discount 352-238-5137

PORT Richey 2br/2ba,
very clean, $700 mo.
More houses to choose
from. Section 8 ok. Cont
tact 813-690-2978
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS 4/2
Bungalow, CHA, fenced
yard, 1800sf, W/D hkup,
Nopets, $1300/month.
m0ind. Occupancy
Immed. 3-966-909
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS,
4br, 2ba, tile throughout,
large LR &DR large yard
apprx 1800 SF. W/D hkup
$1100/mo + deposit.
Call (813) 516-6489
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS 3br.
2ba, riverview huge pr
vate yd. Great for kids
CHA, W/D No Smoking
Refs w ground chk.
$1200/mo 813-368-0265
You'll find value buXs,
advertised in Classifieds.


Houses Unfurnished
for Rent
SOUTH Pasco/Trinity
Area Beautiful 2/2
home, screened lanai,
comm pool, clubhouse,
very low utilities,
$950/mo 727-741-3149

3517 Price- 3/2 $1000mo
3805 Randall- 3/1+ Land
$1000. 4719 Fairoaks-
3/2 w/pool $1500
4601 Cooper-3/2 $1300.
4509 Cameron 4/2 $1500


New Appis, CHA, Wood
& Back Yard Must See!
Nr Schools. 8 l 300/mo
+ Sec., 813-376-2893
South Tampa Close
to everything,
3 bedroom.
813-837-1551
Cathy Schulz
Prud. Bob Hatton RIty
SOUTH Tampa El Prado/
Himes, Newl reno
ed, 20 sq, 3/2, master
br ste, split, a/c,wood/
tile firs, appls, fncd bk-
yrd, $140 13-879-5782
SOUTH TAMPA
Westshore Area. 3Br,
2Ba, lCar, 1900 Sqft,
Fenced Yrd, Fantastic
Area. $1200 + Deposit.
813-625-3076

cious upgraded kitchen,



SPRING-HILL PETS
WELCOME,3218sf,
2-story 4br deluxe 2.5
ba, 2ca tile & hardwd
floors, fenced backyard,
$1375/mo; 352-442-5544
SPRING HILL Pool 3br
2ba/2cg, pets ok, all
apple's, new floors, quiet



4/1 new tile & AC nwr
apple far rm, We D,
125I0sf, fncd, scr patio,
cul-de-sac no pets
$1000 mo 813-964-7661
VALRICO, 1141 Emerald
Hill Way. Newer Home
4BR/2BA/2CG 2028sf
$1395/Mo. Also for sale
195K. Call Rail Gali @
813-333-5210
WESLEY Chapel/New
Tampa 4br 2ba2 car
garage, 1900sf, W/D
include tile through-
out, 3 minutes to 1-75.
$1300/mo. + dep.
813-907-252277-176
WESLEY Chapel 3/2/2 liv,
din, 2 yrs new, water-
front washer & dryer.
$1125 Free basic cable
Realtor Georg e 813-
968-7720/813-966-9920.
Wesley Chapel Beautiful
exec. hm in Lexington
Oaks on pond! 4br study
+ bonus rm, 3gar, tencd,
g olf crse & comm. pool
2400/mo 813-929-6771
WESLEY Chapel 4br/2
$1350/moS appls, wd
flrs,conserv. 0ot golf
course comm. Avail
11/1. 813 -918-3071

Manufactured Homes
in Parks for Rent
EAST TAMPA Clean
quiet family park, 2 to 3
bds. Shady oak filled
park. Start from $135 &
up/wkly. $299 move-in
special. 813-770-1176

Fletcher/1-275
$100 Deposit!
Cash Crunch Move-In
Pre-qualify over the
phone. No app. fee.
1,2,3br's '813-503-4580
FOWLER & 301 $150/wk,
$150 dep. 2 br. Walk to
Winn Dixie. Homes also
available. Gibsonton or
MLK. No dogs. ,813.900'
4636, 813-833-3157


Manufactured Homes|
in Parks for Rent
PLANT City Family MHP
Community Pool $754mo
3BR/2BA looks like new
carport & shed. Ask for
our $99 move in special
813-757-6562 Exit 25/14

Manufactured /
Mobile Homes
$99 Special 1, 2, 3br,
Some w/ elec. 1st Week
Free BEST DEAL! New
Hardwood Floors
813-626-0820
813-900-8860

Alafia/Riverview
Seniors welcome. Near
shop & bus, clean, quiet,
A/C. 1-2BR as low as
$450/mo. 813-677-1086
ANTIOCH area near
Mclntosh & Hwy 301. on
small pond. 3br/lbath
MH, W/D. No small chit
dren & pets $195/wk
$500 dep 813-417-1623
BRANDON
2br 2ba CHA, Private,
Quiet No Pets!
14'W,$610/mo water
Sewer & Garbage Incld.
813-716-0345
DADE CITY 1, 2 &3 Br,
MH + RV's. Start at
$100/wk including all
util. Rolling Hills 1st
WEEK FREE!
352-567-2339
PALM River Singlewide
to lease. 3br, 2ba, with
$755 dep. & $755/mo.
May qualify you to later
purchase, ipa/Brandon
Fam. MHP 813-664-8909
PLANT City- 2 & 3 Bedrm
Close to 14. Start $700mo
.06' 3br/lba 1000sf,.
$800/mo. NO SECTION 8
Exc. Oc. Lg lots! Call
813-716-6181
SPRINGHEAD very clean
nice 2/1, CH/A no pets,
references $160 wk,
$375 dep. 863-670-1924
ROLLED-BACK Rents at
the nicest Family park
in Tampa, lbr $130/wk-
$425/mo. 2br 150/wk -
$550/mo. 3br $170/wk-
$650/mo Madison Lane
Estates. 813-677-1429.

( Roommates 11
Accom. to Share J
NEW PORT RICHEY Male
seeks same to share
Spacious 3br, 2ba home
inc utils, cable internet,
hsekeepglaundry, pool
$575 /mo. 727-856-1020
PALM Harbor $335 + 1/2
utilities+ I mo sec.
2br/2ba condo, walk-in
closets balcony, 2
pools. Call Kenny:
203-706-5861

(( Rooms for Rent
Budget Inn Efficiencies
$139 weekly
Satellite TV, pool,
laundry facilities.
813-412-9224,785-8598
SEFFNER/BRANDON-
Large fully furn Rooms
cable, internet & phone,
all utils kitchen LR DR
& laundry rm. $475 & up
+dep 813-764-1093

STAR MOTEL
813-626-2302
ROOMS, EFF, DAY/WK
AC. POOL MOVIES
ESPN, PHONE

(n Seasonal Rentals ))
SEBRING Lake Jackson
Beautifully furnished
3br/2ba/2cg, lake
dock & gazebo.$2250/
season. $1495/ annually
561-702-3142

Townhomes tor Rent)
CARROLLWOOD 2br, 2.5b
private, uite, Exc.cond
& loc.. Off Dale Mabry,
near shopping, stadium,
alr ort Avail immed.
$995 mo 321-474-3689


(Townhomes for Rent))
LAND 0 LAKES 3br 2.5ba
Newly painted, Consrv.
View, W/D, Gated,
Comm Pool, Near Hwys
& Shopping, $995/mo
Incl Water 813-746-4746
MEADOW pte 2BR/2.5BA
Luxgatd twn hm comm
$950 mo + $1000 sec.
H20,swrtrsh HOA Inc
mve n spcl DiSC RENT
call 813-714-3716
TEMPLE Terrace town
house, MAINTENANCE
FREEM built in 2003, 3
br, 2 ba, 1700 SF, appli
ances, laundry rm, open
floorplan, Available
now $1406 813-928-0132
TEMPLE Terrace area -
Quiet, near USF. 3/2.5,
single carport, Ir, dr,
sun rm/den inside
laund, hdwd frs pool
$1050. 813-899-0998.

C( Vacation / Resort
"DISNEY AREA FALL
SPECIAL"- BOOK NOW!
FREE Attraction Ticket
Offers! Hotels as low as
19.00! Suites, Condos
pa Resorts from $39.00
Call 1-800-749-4045

Waterfront Rentals )
APOLLO Beach water-
front home w/dock &
boat lift. 3/2 corner lot.
Ouiet comm. New paint
& carpet $2250/mo +
1st & last 813-579-8151.
NEW PORT RICHEY,
Waterfront, Gulf access,
3br, 2ba, garage, remod
eled w/grante, tile,
wood, dock Ig oak trees,
$1295/mo. 727-937-6690








RECREATION


SCampers / Travel
Trailers
20' 1973 TT needs int
drywall, $500+ $320 lot
rent Already Setup in
MHP. 2903 W. Waters
Ave #23A. 813-494-8240
32' 2000 Spartan Travel
Trailer, self contained,
washer & dryer, good
condition, $5500. 813-
752-7476
34' 2009 Puma TT, 2brs,
2 slides, Air, Awning,
Sleeps 8 Clean,
$20,599 obo
813-391-6248
36' 1994 Coachman 5th
wheel w/ slideout, rear
kitch, qn bed, ducted
AC, ice box, elec jacks,
everything works, $6500
obo. 813-465-9985
DON'S BOATING Supplies
Buy New Boats @ used
prices! 10% off on all
svc work. 813-677-1300
www.donsboating.com
I BUY Travel Trailers 5th
Wheels Motor Homes
& Park Models
CALL Dave ANYTIME
813-713-3217
POPUP CAMPERS for rent
A/C, Sink, Stove, Frig.
ICall Lynn to reserve @
813.546.1827 www.pop-
uprentalcampers.com

(Motor Homes/RVs)
23'GULFSTREAM, 1989
Chevy 110k mi self cont
NEW TIRES x-con ready
roof top anen $6,750
Dave 813-645-4991
34' 1995 Dutchstar, Liv
rm slide, awning,
levelers, 2 ac's,26k mi,
450 hrs on 6.5kwgen.
$19.8k 813-746-4951
34' Holiday Rambler Va-
cationer '03, 10k, 2 sids,
workhorse, nicely equip-
ped garaged; Must See!
$53,500 352-628-2340


(Motor Homes / RVs)
35' 2003 5th wheel
Carriage Cameo LXI 3
slideouts, exc condo,
ducted AC, $22,500
813-763-0379
36' Montego Bay 2008 5th
Wheel 3 slides, full
loaded, asking $35,00
obo. 717-515-6850
40' Holiday Rambler Imn
aerial loaded GPS, slide,
diesel 34kmi gara ed
$69,500obo Trade/FM
nance Ok 727-457-4724
40' Tiffin Allegro Bus '07,
400 Cummins 4 slides
loaded with all opts! 4K
mi. Asking $181,500 obo
Call 727-938-0615
TRAVELING? Take Your
Home w/You. Beautiful
'02 33' Concor 1 slideout
exc cond new tires $57K
813-657-5589, 967-1938

(. RV Storage )
EAST Fowler& 1-75
RV's boats, autos, etc.
$50-$55/mo.
9335 E Fowler
813-986-2067

RVs / Campers
Wanted
LOOKING to Buy
Used Travel Trailer
or 5th Wheel.
Will Pay Cash!
Call (727)459-3856.

Spas Hot bs
SPA/HOTTUB.REPAIR
*Spa Service-Heaters
*Controls.,Accessories
Pumps/Spa Covers $239

( Boats )A
17' Glastron w/mercury
75 hp, birmini top, like
new trailer, radio,
depth finder. $3500.
813-404-1343, 886-1951
18' 2004 Penn Craft CC,
90hp Yamaha w/4, h'rs
tolling mtr, fish finder,
live well, Swim platform
Bimini, Custom Cover,
$9,800 8N3-924-0771
18' KEY LARGO 2006
CC, 70hp Yamaha,
New Bimini, V/Clean,
Runs Great, '06 Trailer
$10,500 352-621-0848
24' Sea Hunt BX24 Bay
2008, 250 Yam 4 stroke,
22 hrs, trailer Lowrance,
loaded, $32900
2I 727-938-0615 V

(Boat Slips / Storage)
PASADENA Yacht & C. C..
Deep water slips for
sale/lease. 12th Month
Free W/ Annual Lease.
Limited number avail.
Includes Cable TV,
WiFi, In Slip Pump Out
727-381-7922 Ext 12 or
mail: pyccmember
ship@tampabay.rr.com

([ Boat Supplies & ]
Accessories
Po-BOY'S Marine, used
outboard & I/O parts,
Boats & Trailers,
also Repairs.
813-770-8576

S oats Wanted )
BOAT Donations Wanted
To Support Clearwater
Marine Aquarium
Tax Deductible
g727-409-6282
Painting or remodeling?
Need a tutor or piano
lessons? Turn to At
Your Service for a
multitude of businesses
and services that can
lend a helping hand.
You'll find listings
to suit the needs of
any occasion.

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TRIBUNE


TRANSPORTATION


Auto Engines /
Parts / Misc.
CRANK kits from $99
Wholesale engine parts
& machine shop w/ new
Hines engine balancer.
3-D Service Inc 813-253-
3336/800-538-8451
ENGINE Dr. Engine re-
build & install Up to 3yr
warranty. Auto/ Boat/
RV 813-926-9994
www.enginedr.com
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt 90 days
up to 3 yrs warr. M-F 9-
5. Member BBB. Installs
* avail. 813-875-1500
PAYING more $200 & up
for autos any & all, cash
in your hands running
or not, fast free
dependable pickup 24/7
S813-493-1384 V
TRANSMISSIONS rebuilt
from A-Z! Guaranteed
quality work! Also buy
unwanted Autos! CalI
Rob- 813-610-7887- 24/7

STrailers-Tractors)
TRAILER CAR HAULER
4 yrs old, drive up on it
to hold the whole car.
$2000obo
727-808-3873

STrucks Light Duty )
FORD 2003 Lariat F250
Crew Cab, 68K miles, die-
sel 6.0, mint, A-1 cond!
Rdy to tow boat, RV, 5th
whi $20,985 813-727-1221
FORD, 2006 SD F-250 4wd,
S-Cab XL 158 in wb 5.4L
PREF equip pack, 5sp
auto,AC 12.5k hitch 24k
mi, $19900 813-641-7430

( Trucks Heavy Duty )
DODGE 2001 Ram Ext Cab
SLT Laramie 4x4. New
tires. 70k. Leather Int,
Loaded! $6850 727-787-
1313 OR 813-766-3850
FORD 1989 F350 XLT Lrt
supercab, 7.3 L, cummin
diesel, duel r. whls, 70K
exc cond. $6,000/ trade.
757-746-5398 S. Tpa

(( Vans )
CHRYSLER 2007 Town &
Country Wheelchair Van
with 10" lowered floor,
wheelchair ramp and tie
downs. (727)492-1630
FORD 1998 E150 Cargo
Van, automatic cold
AC, long wheel base,
only 47, 000 orig miles,
great tires, plenty of
work miles lef without
the big price. $4700
obo. Call 86-632-1890.
FORD 2000 Windstar Sel.
Clean/well maintained!
White/gold, 130K miles.
Leather/dual A/C Asking
$4500. (813) 610-5145.
PLYMOUTH 1996 Vovag
er, 6cyl, AC, CD, 172k.
7 passenger, 20+MPG,
Clean, Runs Great,
$2,50dobo 813-679-3228
PLYMOUTH 1998 Voyager
SE 80kmi very clean
reliable, buel Cold AC, 7
p passenger, new tires.
3,800 813-299-3640

(Sports Utility Vehicles)
BMW 2003 X5 3.0 Auto
BMW Cert.,, Full Maint
Plan. 100k mi co. Snrf
Lthr fully maint 76k mi
$19,500. 813-758-1731
CHEVY 1995 TAHOE 2DR,
a/c, Ithr chrome mud
wheels, body style/eng.
VG. nr la Ave & Waters
$3950.813-494-8240


(Sports Utility Vehicles)
CHEVY 2005 Tahoe LT,
Loaded, auto, 60k mi,
leather, sunroof, CD,
very good condition,
$14,900obo. 813-541-7060
FORD 2004 Explorer au
to transmission 6 cyl
inders, 4WD, CD, rear
A/C, towpkg. 18 mpg,
excellent condition
hwy miles, a steal for
$9000 (813)416-3011
info@taylorap.com

ISUZU 1997 RODEO,
Forest Green 5-Speed
GAS SAVER, VERY
CLEAN $2,599.00 CASH
TALKS (813)777-5031

NISSAN 2003 Xterra, 56k
miles 1 Owner AM/
FM/CD, 4D, Auto,
V6,2WD, ABS, A/C,
cruise, Pwr kg, Tow
10,500 813-335-2578
TOYOTA, 2006 HYBRID





HARLEY 1994 Heritage,
I Owner Black,
Great Cond.
$9,000.
(813) 892-6924
HARLEY 1997 Fat Boy,
Silver,


HARLEY 2005, 1200 Cus-
tom. Black & Maroon
with many extras!
ONLY 5,300 mi.!
$7,000 727-365-4708
HARLEY 2006 FLSTF-I Fat-
boy,chrome,Thunder-
eader exhau garage
kept exccon, k mi.
$1tK 813-654-9572 ,
HARLEY 2008 XL 833
Sportster 3300 mi. Cust
Blue w/chrm, Cust seat,
SHARP! $7500 Homo-
sassa I 941-276-0944
HD 1984 Soft tail, PRICED
TO SELL! Factory motor,
lo miles, HD Ithr saddle-
bags, new Super B carb,
tree & front tubes,
$4750. 719-201-7448
HONDA 1979 Goldwing -
New tires, Al condition,
garage keet $2200.

SUZUKI 2005 RM 250
A-1 condition, runs per-
fect many extras Adult
owned Garaged kept
$2900 813-263-9698
YAMAHA 2005 Roadstar
Black cherry, $2000 in
extras. Like new. 8K mi
Bike in Tampa.
$8400obo 937-414-1201
MOTORCYCLE Removal.
We pay up to $200 cash
for any cycle running or
not fine cycle.comrn
727-247-8785

( Golf Carts )

E-Z GO GOLF CARS
New-Used
Financing-Delivery
813-634-6671

GOLFCARDEPOT.COM
Over 700 carts in stock
New and Refurb. Mild to
Wild! Access Svc Parts
& Delivery. Free water
lollipops. 813-996-5522
GOLF-CARTS/WANTED
Buy/Se l/Trade
Chargers, parts all
related. 813-645-4515
or 813-484-9855 Ruskin

(Automobiles Wanted)
CASH ON THE SPOT
Cars, Trucks Vans
Running Or Not
Free Pick Up, 24/7
813-416-1082
IF YOU HAVE A GOOD
RUNNING CAR OR A
JUNKER CALL ME. I
WILL PAY UP TO $5000
813-775-5990


[Automobiles Wanted))
CASH on the barrel for
any and all autos, run-
ning or not We will
come pick them up and
paying mote. Call Rob
-610-1535 24/7
LET'S-MAKE-A-DEAL!
Want to Buy Cars,
Trucks, Boats & RV's
Greg's Tow & Go

LKQ Tampa U-pullit
We buy all vehicle makes
Top $ Paid Free Tow
7-d/wk (M-F 9-5)(S-S 8-5)
813-248-6198
WILL Pay to $400. Free
towing. Motorcycles.
Scrap metal. Donations,
any type. Quick re
spons. 813-43-5673 2
AUTOS.WANTED
Cars, trucks vans run-
ning or no, title or not
Free Towing.
813-965-3109
JUNK.CARS WANTED
TOP MONEY PAID Call
between 8AM & 6PM Se
Habla Espanol 813-325-
5190 or 813-417-2760

(assics & Antiques))
CHEV, 1959, Bel-Air 6cy
auto, restorable cond

$2500 obo 813-685-2899
CHEVROLET 1969
Camaro 75K mi, 2dr,
auto transmission, 8
cylinders, 2WD
206-350-5863
kevin.kastrom@gmall
cornm
CHEVY 1955 2 dr sedan,
Everything New
Beautiful Car.
Too Much to List
813-293-6292 cell
FORD 1973 GRAND
TORINO 4 drw/new 302
eng, new tire/brakes,
spare parts, 1 owner
$200 obo 863-294-9332
GMC 1970 SWB Restored
new parts.350 ci 400
trans, 92 stepside bed.
New paint & tires.
$8,500 obo 352-206-0533
[( Junk Cars ))

Call 813-833-8446 for all
unwanted vehicles. For
the fastest pick-up,
same day cash & rapid
response 24/7.
813-833-8446
We BUY Junk Cars!
Dead or Alive!
Free Towing *
V 813-784-8339
Cash for unwanted
vehicles. Running or
not FREE pick up.
7 Days.
727-564-8669
IF You Want $400 Cash
For your car! CALL ME!
Hablamos Espanol
813-781-12212
2 813-531-12512 I
BUYING ANY AND ALL
UNwanted Vehicles Call
for your Best Price.
Fastest Pick-Ups!
813-610-7887- 24/7

I.PAY.TOPS$$
4 YOUR JUNK CARS
Call 727-364-5125

(Automobiles for Sale])
AUDI 2003 A4 3.0- dark
blue, tan leather int,
loaded, dealer maint
very clean, 60k mi,
S12,500 727-481-5049
BMW 1999 M Coupe Z3M
Rare, 1 Owner, garaged,
BMW Svcd 62k miles,
All up to date records
$21,900. 1-727-821-2628
ID 0002579945



BMW 2005 745 Li
Grey/blk int, prem pg &
sport pkg, new tires, 5K
w/warranty,$30,000 obo
813-833-7933


(Automobiles for Sale]
BMW 2006 330 ci, 2dr,
45K, gray blk int, prem
pkg, sporpkg, non-
smKr, no kids garaged
$24,500 727-397-5060
CHEVY 2001 Cavalier 5 sp
over 30mpg, low miles,
A/C, am/fm CD, lady
owned N.S. Must sell
$3450obo 863-944-8300
CHEVY 2004 Corvette Z06
21Kmi 6sp. convertible,
triple black. Brand new
chrome Z rims + tires.
$34,500 813-270-5995
CORVETTE 1986 Canary
yellow, excellent condi-
tion inside & out Medi-
cal bills force to sell.
$6900 813-971-2733
CORVETTlE 2000 Convrt
silver, blk Ithr, auto,,
showroom new, heads
u display. Must sell
$14,950 obo 813-220-0625
DONATE YOUR CAR-HELP
DISABLED CHILDREN
WITH CAMP AND EDU
CATION. Quickest Tow
ing. Non-Runners/Title
Problems OK. Free
Vacations/Cruise
Voucher. Special Kids
Fund 1-866-448-3865

DONATE YOUR VEHICLE
RECEIVE $1000 GRO
CERY COUPON UNITED
BREAST CANCER FOUN-
DATION Free
Mammograms, Breast
Cancer Info
www.ubcf.info FREE
Towing, Tax Deductible,
Non-Runners Accepted,
(888)468-5964.
FORD 1999 Escort SE
38,790 mi. PS, PW, PL,
cruise, tilt cass, CD,
new tires, remote entry
$4400 863-816-1324 Lkind
HONDA 1996 Civic EX
Silver 2dr auto, all pwr,
sunroof AC, new tires,
exc cond Adult owned
$3,700 727-935-4396
Jaguar 2001- S type 4.0 L
20+ MPG Exc. ;ond.,
Blue Ext. Ivor Lthr, 44k
orig Mi. Inc 6bk mi wty
$11,450 813-624-5359
JAGUAR 2001 Vanden
Plas black w/tan Ithr nt
Exc cond. Sell Immedi-
ately. $8550 727-787-
1313 or 813-766-3850
MERCEDES 1989 420 SEL
doctor's car, cleanest 4
door sedan you've ever
seen. Pwr sunroof pwr
windows & door locks
new AC, tires, brakes &
rotors.. Runs super
$4770 obo. 863-632-1890
MERCEDES 2004 CLK500
Convertible, Black, 47K
mi, extended warranty,
mint cond. all records
$29,500. 813-690-2750.
TOYOTA 2003 Carolla S,
Red, 98k, Runs Perfect
5- Spd, 34MPG Fully
Loaded! $8,100 obo
813-957-1086
TOYOTA, 2007 Solara
Convertible, SLE 26k mi
wht/saddle leath load-
ed wart, $24000 obo
813-909-4856
VW 2000 JEITA VR6
107K mi, auto, Ithr, fully
loaded, sunroofgreat
shape! Must sell
$4,500.813-205-3609
VW2004Jetta,
All options, 28,000
miles, 1.8L Turbo, well
maintained $13,700
obo 516-480-9484
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