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Uniform Title: Courier (Plant City, Fla.)
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Creation Date: August 3, 2006
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in he Alexander Street Widening On Schedule

NEW S ROADWORK COMPLT[ joining four lanes to the south.
The widening will allow additional traf-

BY SEPT. 30 OFFICIAL SAYS ficflowwhen Alexander is designated State 1-


The county is
removing once-a-
week watering ,
restrictions after
recent rains.


They are small,
green and round
and send Lois
Kindle running for
the hills.


The Rev. Joseph
Philbeck of
Springhead United
Methodist Church
is our latest "In the
Spirit" profile.





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Motorist who use North Alexander Street
should feel some relief at the end of next
"Barring any weather delays, the Alex-
ander Street project should be completed
by the end of September," said Marian
Scorza, a spokeswoman for the Florida
Department of Transportation.
The road, from Baker Street to Interstate
4, remains a single lane in each direction.
The project will make Alexander four
lanes from the Interstate to Baker Street,
- -

lThe Hillsborough
County School
District is ready for
the new school year,
but old concerns about
growth and capacity
remain in the forefront,
while mandated class-
size reductions continue
to take their bites in
available space. CLA
Hillsborough is.the
nation's ninth-largest
school system, with more
than 70 new schools
opening over the past
decade alone and 17
more schools planned
through 2011.
With this year's additions of
Lennard High School in Ruskin
and Spoto High School in
Riverview, Hillsborough has 25
high schools, up from 15 just a
decade ago.
And it's still not enough,
particularly in eastern Hills-
borough County, where Durant
High School is dangerously close
to topping 3,000 students, a
number that in the past has
forced school officials to place a
high school on double sessions.
Durant is projected to open
with 2,935 students, placing it
683 students over its capacity,
making it the most crowded high
school in the county. Plant City
High is third on the list, with an
expected 2,855 students putting
it 326 students over capacity.
When Newsome opened in
2003, Durant saw some relief.
But development continued,
creating a need for a new high ;--' .
school in eastern Hillsborough
County. But that school is not
expected to come on board until
the 2009-10 school year. In the
meantime, Durant will get a
classroom wing, but that wing
will not open until the start of
the 2007-08 school year.
"And even with a new wing at .
Durant, you'd still have too
many kids," said Bill Person, the
county's general director of
pupil placement and support .
services. He returns to the task L.'2
of drawing school boundaries
after serving as principal at JessicaV
Tampa Bay Technical High at Dura

Road 39 sometime in me next few years.
Improved curbs, sidewalks, median
strips and signaling will combine to make
it a more effective roadway, Scorza said.
Originally, the $11.5 million project was
scheduled for completion in late summer
or early fall of 2006.
While the completion date has not been
pushed back, the ne-\\ estbound on-ramp
to 1-4 was opened in May, about six months
behind schedule.
Work yet to be completed includes the
median curb, several layers of asphalt, final
dressings and a handrail on the west side of
Alexander, Scorza said.



Story and photos by Linda Chion Ienney

Wolfe of Valrico advertises her class rank at a recent pep rally
nt High School.

GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Alexander Street still awaits a median curb, several
layers of asphalt, final dressings and a handrail on
the west side of the street.

Meetings this fall will help
determine Durant's boundaries
next year.
"What we're going to look at
this fall is moving some of the
Durant students to schools that
have space available, and that's
where the rub comes in," Person
said. "Bloomingdale is over
capacity by 155 students,
Newsome is over capacity by 47
students and East Bay will have
some room, with Leunard and
Spoto opening this year, but that
won't help Durant. Because even
though the Durant boundary
goes down Highway 39 to k
Manatee County, very few kids
live down there. Brandon High
School has some available seats
and' also has a new classroom
wing coming next year, so we're
looking to move some students
from Durant to Brandon."
Most likely to be affected, he
said, are students who live
closest to Brandon, "up around
Highway 60, east of Brandon
High." .
Person stressed that no
students would be moved this
school year and seniors next year
would not be affected, since the
district has a rule not to move
any students during their senior
year in high school.
Before his term at TBT as
principal, Person, as director of
pupil administrative services,
oversaw some of the county's
most contentious boundary
battles, most notably with the
opening of Newsome. But
Person said the crowding at
Durant, and the need to do
something about it, is no
"People know it's coming," he
said. "We won't make it if we
don't do something."
The problem at Durant and
other crowded schools is
exacerbated with the class-size
reduction state constitutional
amendment passed by voters in
November 2002.
"Effective this August, we're
required to meet class-size
reduction standards by school
level," Person said. "Before that,
we were judged by the district
average, but now we have to
meet the standards based on the
entire number of kids in the
school. And two years from now
we have to meet it class by
See SCHOOL, Page 19



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The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department July

July 17
Battery, 8 a.m., 3800 block
Sydney Road
Battery, 2:30 p.m., 300 block
North Park Springs Circle
Grand theft, 4:24 p.m., 2500
block James L Redman Park-
Residential burglary, 6 p.m.,
4300 block Reynolds Knoll
Residential burglary, 9 p.m.,
1200 block North Palm
Shooting, 9:06 p.m., 2600
block James L Redman Park-
July 18
Criminal mischief, noon,
2600 block James L Redman
Retail theft, 2 p.m., 2600
block James L Redman Park-
Criminal mischief, 4:30
p.m., 1500 block Plantation
Grove Court
Criminal mischief, 4:45
p.m., 1400 block Plantation
Criminal mischief, 9 p.m.,
2400 block East Cherry Street
Drug investigation, 9:37
p.m., 1200 block West Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Vehicle theft, 10 p.m., 100
block West Baker Street
Vehicle theft, 10 p.m., 1500
block Plantation Grove Court
Battery, 10:34 p.m., 800
block West Drane Street '
Vehicle burglary, 10:45
p.m., 1700 block Strawberry
July 19
Vehicle burglary, 2:21 a.m.,
2200 block Thonotosassa
Grand theft, 12:30 p.m.,
1300 block East Tomlin Street
Grand theft, 12:30 p.m., 900
block South Tyler Street
Residential burglary, 7 p.m.,
700 block North Warnell
Residential burglary, 7:30
p.m., 4300 block Reynolds
Knoll Place
Residential burglary, 10:45
p.m., 900 block North Ferrel
Vehicle arson, 9:54 p.m.,
2300 block James L Redman
July 20
Grand theft, 12:15 p.m.,
2800 block James L Redman
Vehicle theft, 2 p.m., 1600
block West Baker Street
Vehicle burglary, 6 p.m., 0-
100 block John Martin Street
Criminal mischief, 6:22
p.m., 500 block West Renfro
Residential burglary, 4:24
a.m., 4300 block Reynolds Oak
Vehicle theft, 9 a.m., 800
block South Morgan Street
Grand theft, 1:30 a.m., 1900
block North Frontage Road
Aggravated assault, 1:46
p.m., 1100 block West Madi-
son Street
Vehicle theft, 2:24 p.m., 100
block South Palmer Street
Criminal mischief, 5 p.m.,
1900 block East Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Vehicle theft, 6:30 p.m.,
1000 block West Baker Street
Residential burglary, 7:30

See LOG, Page 21


Area Water Levels Back To Normal NEWS DIGEST



It took a while, but recent
seasonal rains have brought
the annual rainfall for 2006
back to normal in the Plant
City area.
As of Aug. 3, the county is
removing once-a-week water-
ing restrictions in unincorpo-
rated Hillsborough County.
Residents in the county will
change to a twice-a-week
Plant City residents have
been on a twice-a-week
schedule the entire year.
County commissioners
voted in May to restrict lawn
watering in unincorporated
areas to one day a week
because of an unusually dry
spring. But those recent rains
have brought water levels back
to normal.
Those with addresses end-
ing in even numbers may
water on Tuesdays and Satur-
days. For addresses ending in
odd numbers, locations with
no address (common areas,
entry areas), and locations
with mixed addresses (office
complexes, shopping centers),
the watering days are Wednes-

Plant City was lagging until the

months oflune, when 9.73 inches

was recorded, and July, which

came in at 569 inches. That

15.42 inches brought the average

back to a normal level.

days and Sundays. Watering is
allowed before 8 a.m. or after 6
p.m. on the assigned days.
The restrictions apply to all
residents of unincorporated
Hillsborough County and
most water sources, including
private wells. Reclaimed water
customers are exempt from
the watering restrictions,
although these customers are
encouraged to use only what
they need. The amount of
rainfall at the Plant City water
treatment plant is used by the
National Weather Bureau in
Ruskin to record area totals.
Plant City was lagging until
the months of June, when 9.73
inches was recorded, and July,
which came in at 5.69 inches.
That 15.42 inches brought the
average back to a normal
Plant City's total lags behind
Tampa International .Airport
by about 6 inches. Discrepan-
cies between such distant sites

are not" uncommon. Through
July, Plant City recorded 24.33
inches of rain for the year.
Tampa recorded 30.64 inches
during the same period. Last
year's total for Tampa was 27.7
inches through July. The ave-
rage for the Tampa Bay area is
24.42 inches through the end
of July.
Residents may hand-water
plants and shrubs, or use a
drip irrigation system in land-
scaping beds at any time.
There are also special rules for
watering new sod. For
complete information, call
275-7094 for a recorded mes-
sage, visit www.hillsboroughc
ounty.org/water and click on
the "Restrictions & Conserva-
tion" button, or call the Water
Conservation Team at 274-
6800 during regular business
For more county
information, contact Michelle
VanDyke at 272-5977.

Photo courtesy of Hope Lutheran Church

Hope marks anniversary
Members of Hope Lutheran gathered for a special celebration "10 Years of Running with
Hope" last month at the church. The event marked the 10-year anniversary of the Rev.
Dean Pfeffer joining the church. The theme was chosen by congregational leaders to reflect
Pfeffer's passion for running he runs 45 miles week. Pfeffer was presented with a book, "10
Years of Blessings," a scrapbook reflecting his decade at Hope. Above, congregational
president Jim Drapp, left, with Pfeffer and the pastor's wife, Liz.

Say you saw it in The Courier

Fall baseball sign-ups
The U.S. Specialty Sports
Association will host registra-
tion for its fall baseball league
Aug. 5 from 9 a.m. to noon at
Mike Sansone Park, 1702 N
Park Road. Fee is $55. The
group will be registering for
the following: T-ball, ages 5 to
6; machine pitch, ages 7 to 8;
minors, ages 9 to 10; majors,
ages 11 to 12; and juniors,
ages 13 to 14. The season will
start at the end of the month.
The league is open to young-
sters ages 4 to 14 who live in
surrounding areas, not just
Plant City. Call: 892-3317.

Apply to be a firefighter
The Cork-Knights Volun-
teer Fire Department is
accepting applications. Apply
at Hillsborough County Fire
Rescue's Station 26, 5302 W.
Thonotosassa Road.
Call: 757-391.5.

'Mild, Mild West'
The "Mild, Mild West," a
mystery dinner theater spon-
sored by the Friends of the
Bruton Memorial Library and
presented by the Bruton
Memorial Players, is set for
Sept. 22-23 at Magic Moments
Hall & Gardens, 2207 Mud
Lake Road.
Dinner will be served at 6:
30 p.m., followed by an "eve-
ning of mystery and intrigue"
where the audience joins the
cast in attempting to solve a
Tickets are $35 a person
and will go on sale Aug. 18 at
Sunshine State Federal Sav-
ings and Loan and at the Holi-
day Inn Express Hotel &
Proceeds from the event
will help to support library
reading and literacy pro-
For more information about
the event and/or sponsorship
opportunities, contact Hal
Brewer at 752-4949; or Pat
Eifler at 267-0593 or hrhmis-

Early voting offered for
2006 primary election
Hillsborough County voters
can cast their votes early for
the upcoming Sept. 5 primary
elections. The early voting
period will be Aug. 21 through
Sept. 2 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
at Thonotosassa Branch
Library, 10715 Main St., Tho-
notosassa. Call: 307-4715.

Foster children
need school supplies
More than 3,000 children in
the Hillsborough County fos-
ter care system need help to
start the school year prepared
and ready to learn.
With the help of local com-
panies, organizations and
individuals, the Hillsborough
Kids Inc.'s back-to-school
program will supply back-
packs, school supplies and a
new outfit to children who,
without help, would not have
the tools they need to start
school this year.
The program is collecting
monetary donations as well as
backpacks, dictionaries, note-
books, paper, pens, pencils,
markers, folders and binders.
Donation are accepted
online at www.hillsboroug-
hkids.org; by mail, HKI, Back
to School Program, 1002 E.
Palm Ave., Suite 100, Tampa,
FL 33605; or call 225-1105.


Stories to tell
Storyteller Windell Campbell brought traditional African folk
tales to youngsters at Bruton Memorial Library July 13. A
teacher from Valrico, Campbell appears regularly at storytelling
events throughout the Tampa Bay area, specializing in African
folk tales.

Above, Campbell is ani-
mated when he tells a story.
At right, Lauren Marion-
naux, 4, listens intently as
Campbell sings a song.
Below, from left, Carlos
Macacio, Ozzie Sanchez and
Lois Cepda laugh as Camp-
bell tells a story along with
his puppet.


Campbell, above, has been a professional story-
teller for more than 12 years. At left, Myles Bagley
volunteers to be part of the storytelling process.'



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Fun day
A community youth fun day is set for
Aug. 5 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Church of
God By Faith, 407 S. Knight St. There will be
games, step dance show, free school sup-
plies, concessions and more. Admission is
free. Call: 759-0877.

Plant City Bike Fest
Keeping with the monthly tradition,
bikers and motorcycle fans will gather in
downtown Plant City Aug. 5 from 5 to 9
p.m. to enjoy food and products from more
than 70 vendors and sponsors. Thousands
of motorcycles and their owners will attend
this event on an eight-square-block area by
the Plant City Train Depot, 102 N. Palmer
St. Admission is free.
Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-

Softball tournament
Adult softball teams from the Southeast
will compete Aug. 5-6 at the Randy L.
Larson Softball Four-Plex, 1810 E. Park
Road. Throughout the weekend, teams will
work to qualify for the American Softball
Association Eastern National Champion-
ship. Admission is free; free parking is
available at the complex.
Information: 659-4200, Ext. 4304, or

PCHS Class of '61
Plant City High School Class of 1961
plans its 45-year reunion Aug. 5 at Walden
Lake Country Club. Call: Virginia Griffin,

Gospel sing
A gospel sing featuring the Harvest Time
Singers and the Spiritual Servants will take
place Aug. 5 at 7 p.m. at Church of God of
Prophesy, 11607 Grovewood in Thonoto-
Call: Dee Pitts, 752-2778.

'Back-to-school bash',
Glory Temple First Born Church of the
Living God, 1301 E. Church St., plans its
"Back-to-school bash" Aug. 5 from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. The event will feature food and
games. School supplies will be given away
to all students who attend. Call: 754-0883 or

PCHS Class of '57
The Plant City High School Class of 1957
will meet for breakfast Aug. 7 at 9 a.m. at
BuddyFreddy's restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch
Drive, to plan for its 50-year reunion. Call:
Daphne Ballard, 752-6473.

Free cholesterol screenings
Free cholesterol screenings will be
offered Aug. 7 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
Family Care Pharmacy, 1505 W. Reynolds
St. Call: 1-800-713-3301.

New business opens
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce will host a ribbon-cutting Aug. 8 at
10:30 a.m. at Starr Design, 702 Alsobrook
St., Suite D.

'Salute to Agriculture'
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce will host its "Salute to Agriculture"
breakfast Aug. 9 at 7:30 a.m. at the Ramada
Plantation House, 2011 N. Wheeler St.

Quilt guild plans stitch-n-sew
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild plans a
stitch-n-sew Aug. 10 at 7:15 p.m. at the
Winter Visitor's Center, 304 Dort St. Call:

Yard sale
Springhead Baptist Church, 3106 W.
Wiggins Road, plans its third annual yard
sale Aug. 12 at 7 a.m. The church will be
giving away clothes, shoes, toys, furniture
and more to any family that is in need. In
addition, there will be some nonperishable
food given away.
Call: 752-4879.


Pick of the Week

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Photo courtesy of Plant City Children's Theatre

Children's theater
The Plant City Children's Theatre plans a performance of "Aladdin" Aug. 11 at 7:30
p.m. at Cornerstone Center, 315 N. Collins St. Admission is free. Children wishing to
perform in the play can sign up for $45. Call: 752-1621 or 752-1683.

The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce will host a ribbon-cutting Aug. 15 at
10:30 a.m. at Jamrock Caribbean Cuisine,
1803 James L. Redman Highway, Suite B.

Rocfish in concert
Australian children's entertainment
group Rocfish will perform Aug. 16 at 6 p.m.
at Shiloh Baptist Church, 904 W. Terrace
Drive. The group's performance will
include songs, dance, stories and crowd
interaction with Biblical emphasis. Dona-
tion: $5.
Call: 754-7445.

Mature drivers wanted
An AARP "55 Alive" driver safety class will
be offered Aug. 17-18 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St. Fee is $10 per person. Registration dead-
line is three days before class. Registration:

Rodriguez campaign kick-off
The campaign kick-off for Hillsborough
County Commission District 4 candidate
Lisa Rodriguez, a Democrat, is set for Aug.
17 from 5 to 9 p.m. at The Barn Theater at
Winthrop, Bloomingdale Avenue and Prov-
idence Road in Brandon. There will be
food, drinks and music.
Information: 508-8536 or www.rodrigue-

Fishing seminar
A fishing seminar featuring the latest tips
and techniques from fishing experts will be
offered Aug. 18 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at Bill
Heard Chevrolet, 2002 N. Frontage Road.
Fishing guide Capt. Rachel Nobbe is sched-
uled to be in attendance.
Call: Chris Prevatt, 359-5018.

Cornerstone Center
The Plant City Cornerstone Center, 315
N. Collins St., plans the following events:
Summer Rhapsody, Aug. 19
Fish fry and hoe down, Sept. 16
Luncheon and card party, Oct. 27
Breakfast with Santa, Dec. 2
Dinner theater, Dec. 2-3
Call: Jeanie Burt, 752-9225, or Violet

Massey, 752-2659.

Strawberry Classic Car Show
The Strawberry Classic Car Show will be
Aug. 19 from 4 to 9 p.m. The event includes
antiques, customs, classics and hot rods in
and around McCall Park, 100 N. Collins St.
Admission and registration is free.
Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-

Strong Leader Award dinner
The annual 2006 Strong Leader Award
dinner, sponsored by the Plant City Family
YMCA, is set for Aug. 24 from 6:30 to 9 p.m.,
at the Ramada Plantation House, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Cindy Churchill, director of
Steppin' Stone Farm Inc., is this year's
award recipient.
Information: 757-6677 or e-mail scot-

Benefit barbecue
A benefit barbecue for the Cork-Knight
Volunteer Fire Department will take place
Aug. 26 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the fire
station, 5302 W. Thonotosassa Road.
Dinner will include chicken, baked beans,
coleslaw, a dinner roll and a 12-ounce soda.
Cost: $7.
Tickets are available in advance at the

PCHS Class of '86
Plant City High School Class of 1986 will
have its 20-year reunion Aug. 26 at the
Buena Vista Palace at the Walt Disney
World Resort in Orlando. Information:

The Florida Strawberry Growers Associa-.
tion will host the Agritech 2006 education
session and trade show Aug. 29-30 at the
John R. Trinkle Center at Hillsborough
Community College, 1206 N. Park Road.
Agricultural growers will have the chance to
learn about the latest technology and'grow-
ing information, and meet and talk with
other local growers.
Registration is $50 per grower and $350
per exhibitor.
Call: Julie Chandler, 752-6822.

PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High
School Class of 1951 meets
the second Tuesday of the
month at the Ramada Inn.
Call: 752-8479.

PCHS Class of 1953
The Plant City High
School Class of 1953 meets
the second Tuesday of each
month at 11:30 a.m. at Tony's
Airside Restaurant at the
Lakeland Airport.
Call: 752-6317 or 633-

Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of
Plant City meets the first
Friday of every month from?
to 8:45 p.m. at Ms. Cherie';',
Art & Frame Shop, 119 W.
Alexander St.
The group was formed to
help children appreciate art
and participate in hands-on
activities. Call: 719-6887.

Infant,child safety
seat checks
South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander
St., offers infant and child
safety seat checks on Fridays
in the main hospital lobby.
Call: 754-4444.

Turkey Creek Class of 1955
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1955 meets
the fourth Thursday of the
month at 8:30 a.m. at Bud-
dyFreddys, 1401 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd.
All classmates, teachers
and staff members are
encouraged to attend.
Call: 986-1193.

Winter Visitor's Club
The Winter Visitor's Club
meets for business and pot-
luck dinners every Monday
at 5:30 p.m. Membership is
$10 per year and includes
shuffleboard tournaments.
Call: 754-4130 or 757-

Lions Club
The Plant City Lions Club
meets Tuesdays at noon at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Call: Judy Barta,

PCHS Class of 1958
The Plant City High Class
of 1958 meets for breakfast
the fourth Tuesday of every
month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's
Farmers Market Restaurant,
1401 Martin Luther King Jr.
Call: 659-0421.

Plant City Bar
The Plant City Bar Associ-
ation meets the first Friday
of the month at noon at the
Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler
The group does not meet
for lunch in August or
December, but holds a
December holiday party.
Call: 866-1610, Ext. 4127.

support group
An Alzheimer's support
group meets the second
Tuesday of each month at
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Call: Linda Bryant, 754-3761.


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Please, No More Pleas For Peas

I recently sat watching a young girl finishing dinner
with her mother in a local restaurant. "Eat that," the
mother ordered, pointing to the mixed vegetables
left on the kid's plate.

"Do I have to, Mommy?"
the child whined back,
looking as if she was ready to
throw up.
"If you don't, there will be
no dessert, and when we get
home, you're going straight to
bed," the mother threatened.
The girl flinched momen-
tarily, and then ever so slowly
pushed the plate away.
"Good for you," I thought,
sharing a bit of the child's
defiance. The entire exchange
was all too familiar.
Back in the day, I recall
many times sitting at the
kitchen table long after my
family had vacated the room.
Staring with disgust at the
nauseating green vegetable
before me, I persistently made
every appeal I could think of
to my as equally determined
"But I hate peas," I repeated
over and over, each time
adding a different rationaliza-
tion and trying to sound a bit


more pitiful.
"Peas are loaded with
protein," Mama retorted, not
phased in the least. Ordering
me to clean my plate, she
would say, "And your father
works hard to put food on the
table. The least you could do
is eat it."
It was then I would get the
old people are starving in
China, India, Africa you name
it appeal to make me feel

guilty for being so ungrateful.
"At least they don't have to
eat peas," I'd mumble under
my breath. I didn't want to
press my luck too much. I
may have been stubborn, but
I certainly wasn't stupid.
Finally, as the evening
dragged on, I'd ask permis-
sion to use the bathroom. It
was time, I'd conclude, to end
the stalemate.
Gagging at the thought of
swallowing one of those
disgusting green orbs, I'd stuff
them in my mouth and leave a
couple behind on the plate as
a ruse. Next, standing over the
toilet, I'd spit those puppies
into the bowl and hurry back
to announce I'd finally
Triumphant once more, at
least in her mind, my mother
would allow me to leave the
table. .
Do I regret those transgres-
sions, you ask? Heck, no!
My God, people, I was
desperate. Scarred from child-
hood by those traumatic
experiences, I must tell you
something with all serious-
ness. To this day, you could
torture me with a pea. Just ask

anyone who knows me.
And don't even bother to
try and disguise them with
other ingredients in a dish.
Brave souls have tried and
barely lived to talk about it. I
still can't stand the smell or
sight of them. I don't care
how much protein they have.
You know, I bet every child
has a horror story like mine. I
asked my best friend recently
and she told me hers involves
stewed tomatoes.
She too was a prisoner of
the kitchen table. One time,
she dumped what was left on
her plate in her mother's
ceramic flower vase. Of
course, that wasn't too bright
because her mom discovered
the evidence some time later.
I think the old toilet trick is
much more effective.
So I say, "You go, girl," to
the child in the restaurant. No
amount of bribing or threat-
ening could make me eat
green peas. It looks as if that
girl already feelsthe same.

Lois Kindle is a former.
writer for The Courier. She is
now the editor of the South
Shore News.

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New Labradoodle Puppy Calls For Patience, Love

Here is a new puppy in my house. Or, to put it
another way, life as we formerly knew it is now
completely over. We have entered a new era, "The

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Well we did both turn 50 and
evidently something had to
give. Our children have pretty
much left the nest, we've been
doing some remodeling, the
d6cor finally reflects what we
want and our lives had realized
a certain level of stability and
serenity. So I guess it's pretty
much a given we had it coming.
Officially this jet-black, long-
legged, large-footed, gangly,
11-week-old Labradoodle
belongs to my wife. Not at 5:45
a.m., but most certainly the
remainder of the day, the
portion that necessarily comes
after morning coffee.
Some of you will remember
my faithful old dog Mozart.
Moe adopted me the moment
he walked into our house and I
was most definitely his man.
Our new dog, christened
"Scout" after the character in
Harper Lee's novel "To Kill a
Mockingbird," is being trained,
fed and cared for by my wife.
Scout is hers by design and she
already follows her mistress
around the house like a
shadow. If I was the "alpha
male" before, then I guess this
makes my wife "Scoutmaster"
in the new order.
Our black cat, Darth Maul,


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immediately initiated the
newcomer with a concise
explanation of the "Cats rule,
dogs drool" social hierarchy.
He beat the puppy significantly
about the head, hissed fero-
ciously and smacked her once
more for good measure. We
may have to work hard regard-
ing such concepts as house-
breaking and "heel," but Darth
managed to teach the new dog
to sit and roll over in about 15
It has only been five days at
this writing but already I have
noticed some significant
One: There is nothing,

absolutely and without excep-
tion that an 11-week-old
Labradoodle will not attempt
to chew into a thousand small
pieces. That includes the
newspaper I am in the process
of reading at the time, shoes I
am still wearing, and any
unsuspecting kitchen cabinet
handles she can sneak up on.
Two: If appropriately
harnessed the unremitting
cascade of puppy slobber could
solve all potential irrigation
issues in our garden. Current
calculations and these are
conservative suggest a 500
percent yield per large bowl of
drinking water. -
Three: Home decor has
already taken on a markedly
Labradoodlian quality. From
the enormous crate in the
kitchen, to the box of expensive
puppy toys Scout never
remembers to put back, to the
neatly shredded carpet frag-
ments (who knew one thread of
Berber was so long?), our home
is currently sporting a dog-
themed motif that will likely
last for a long time.
Four: The amount of excess
energy that I have available to
donate to the cause of puppy
training is significantly less
than I had anticipated at this
stage of my life. In the field of
thermodynamics (that branch
of physics concerned with the
transfer or conversion of
energy) there is a concept
known as entropy. Entropy

essentially has to do with
oomph (get-up-and-go) that is
no longer available for
mechanical work. So there you
have it: My body the law of
entropy in perfect illustration.
Fortunately, it appears that
the wealth of reading material
my wife is consuming
combined with my 18 years of
experience in exceptional
student education should pay
off and yield measurable
Scout is healthy, intelligent,
good natured and highly
motivated to please (my
mother said the same about me
when I was a puppy!). I have
nothing short of great expecta-
tions for this the newest
member of our family, and I
know we will not be
All we really need is patience,
consistency, clear expectations,
reliable consequences, even
temperaments and love backed
up by well-considered action.
Come to think of it, with school
starting back up again tomor-
row, I can't imagine a better
plan for both parents and
teachers. Believe me, it works,
and I'm not exaggerating when
I say that such an approach is
the very least that we can do.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
him at derekmaul@gmai-







The Greater


A. Camacho Inc.
Albertsons, Inc.
Alday-Donalson Title Agency, Inc.
American Cancer Society
American Red Cross, Tampa Bay Chapter
AmeriCare Ambulance Service, Inc.
AmSouth Bank
B & S Florist & Gifts
Bank of America
BloodNet USA
Bright House Networks
Brooklyn Bridge Deli
Bruton Memorial Library
CiCi's Pizza
City of Plant City
City Properties Company
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, Inc.
Colonial Bank
Renee Corzine Exit Realty Consultants
Creative Flower Designs by Glenn
Dinosaur World, Inc.
Domino's Pizza
Dukes Chiropractic Health Clinic, P.A.
Edward Jones Michael S. Cameron
Excel Printing Center
Family Bowl
Farm Credit of Central Florida, ACA
Felton's Meat & Produce
Finest Nails
Florida Blood Services
Florida Strawberry Festival
Florida Strawberry Growers Association
FOCUS Magazine
Fred's Market Restaurant
Great American Barber Shop
Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce
Gulf Coast Turf & Tractor
Hampton Inn & Suites
Haught Funeral Home, Inc.
Hillsborough Title, Inc.
Home Loan Resource
Hopewell Funeral Home & Memorial Gardens
Hunters Ridge/United Dominion Realty Trust
In the Field Hillsborough's Agriculture Magazine
.J & G Jewelers
Jarrett Ford of Plant City
Johnnie B. Byrd, Sr. Alzheimer's Center

Suncoast Schools
Federal Credit Union

Kash N' Karry
Kiwanis Club of Plant City
Mango Cleaners
Markley Chiropractic & Acupuncture
Massage By Shelley, LLC
McGrath Poppell & Co., Inc.
Minuteman Press
Motivational Coaching, Inc.
Oasis Auto Bath
Orange Blossom Tea Room & Catering
Papa John's Pizza
Parkesdale Farm Market
Plant City Animal Hospital
Plant City Tire & Auto Service, Inc. Olin Mott
Platinum Bank
Poppell Insurance
Quality Care Massage Clinic
Quiznos Sub
Railroad & Industrial Federal Credit Union
Remedi Spa & Chiropractic Center
Sassy but Classy Accessories
Sedita Life & Wealth Management, LLC
Servpro of N.E. Tampa
South Florida Baptist Hospital
South Shore Group Bob Pemberton
Southwest Florida Water Management District
SPS Salon & Spa
State Farm Insurance Courtney Paat
Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union
Sunshine State Federal Savings and Loan
Taylor Rental Center
The UPS Store
Tip to Toe Day Spa & Tea Room
Toufayan Bakery of Plant City, Inc.
Twistee Treat
United Food Bank & Services of Plant City
Unity in the Community, Inc.
Walden Lake Art & Frame
Weyerhaeuser Company
Law Offices of Joseph M. Williams, PA
GFWC Woman's Club of Plant City
Plant City Family YMCA

New Teacher Coffee Committee:
Anne Haywood (chairman), Rod Burkhardt, Sue Burt, Vicki Dotson, Barbara Franques, Barbara Gibbs, Amy Nizamoff,
Mary Ann Paris, Don Phillips, Susan Raburn, Bruce Rodwell, Clark Smith, Marion Smith & Andrea White.
Special Thanks:
To our volunteers
To Barbara Wright, Dale Goodall (Florida Strawberry Festival) and their crew
To John Belcher (SFBH Catering) and his staff
To Dorinda Rountree (Office of Area VI Schools) for all her assistance


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Friends Travel Around The Globe


It was a journey of a
lifetime for 16 Plant City folks
who recently flew to Fiji, New
Zealand, Australia and
The first stop for the group
of friends who travel together
was New Zealand where they
experienced Waitomo Caves,
home of thousands of glow
worms. They also toured the
Sydney Opera House in
Australia, Sydney Harbor and
the Blue Mountains.
They then crossed over the
international dateline into
Hawaii to start their Thursday
all over again. The USS
Arizona Memorial at Pearl
Harbor was one of their
Hawaiian stops. Their travels
included some first experi-
ences for some, such as
bungee jumping, scuba
diving, jet boating, bridge
climbing and native dancing.
Travel-mates Faye Blount,
Sue Burt, tour coordinator
Heather Riley and Brenda
Paul took time to calculate
that the four of them have
traveled more than 250,000
miles together since 2000.
Other travel-mates on the
adventure included Pam and
Ericka Bennett, Sheri Doutt,
Teresa and Felita Keene,
Henry and Sylvia King, Royce
and Mary Ann Martin, Bill
and Lynne Murray and Ben

Wedding bells
Joyous wedding ceremo-
nies might be short, but the
joy of matrimony continues
when families unite.
Amanda Lee Cooper and
Darryl Brent Cox will join
families when they marry
June 9, 2007, at Crosley
Museum in Sarasota.
Amanda is a graduate of the
Stetson University College of
Law in St. Petersburg, and
Darryl, a graduate of the
University of South Florida, is
employed with Lifestyle
Family Fitness.
Amanda's parents are
Robin and Laura Cooper of
Plant City and Catherine
Cooper of Plant City.
Darryl is the son of Larry
and Rosie Cox of Tampa and
Jeff and Tami Meyer of Plant

At left, the Plant City travel-
mates in Hawaii. Below, Cindy

File photo

Photo courtesy of Brenda Paul

Blessings and happiness to
these families.

Snyder, Ojeda to tie the knot
The Snyder and Ojeda
families are celebrating as
Adam Justin Snyder and
Candice Michelle Ojeda plan
to tie the knot in an Aug. 5
ceremony at MacDill Air
Force Base.
Candice, the daughter of
retired Lt. Col. Antonio Ojeda
and Vivian Ocasio Ojeda, is
employed by Estee Lauder
and graduated from Plant City
High School and the Univer-
sity of South Florida.
Adam, the son of Dean and
Mikie Snyder, also is a PCHS
and USF graduate. He serves
in the U.S. Navy. After the
wedding, the couple will
make their home in Sicily,
Italy, where Adam is stationed
at Naval Air Station Sigonella,
Congratulations to these

Bryant and Tonya Johnson
off to Melbourne
Best wishes to Bryant and
Tonya Johnson.
Bryant has been named
youth minister at First
Methodist Church in Mel-
bourne after serving four
years at First United Method-
ist Church of Plant City.
There will be a farewell
reception for the couple Aug.
6 from 10 to 11 a.m. at the
Wesley Center.
God bless them in their
new home and ministry.

Kudos for Cindy Churchill
Cindy Churchill will be
honored at the 2006 YMCA
Strong Leader Award dinner
Aug. 24, at the Ramada Inn
Red Rose Ballroom.
Proceeds from the dinner,
which costs $75 per person,
will go to benefit youth at the

Plant City Family YMCA.
If you'd like to be part of
this worthy event and honor
Cindy, call 757-6677.

Kiwanis help kids
Thanks goes out to the
Noon Kiwanis Club for
purchasing and distributing
school supplies to needy
students under the organiza-
tion's Terrific Kids program.
The giveaway was July 29
through the neighborhood
service center in cooperation
with the school district.

Sweethearts together again
There are some around
these parts that know the
Storter and Addison families.
An era ended this past
month for these families
when Herbert and Dolly
Addison Storter passed away
within 12 days of each other.
Herbert "Hub" Storter was
my 96-year-old great-uncle.
He and Dolly lived not far
from Everglades City and
Marco Island, where they
were raised. He was captain of
his own shrimp boat for most
of his adult life and the last of
nine children of R.B. and
Nancy Storter, Everglades.
I visited this special couple
a few years ago. He was still
working around the water at a,
marina, and she was a
homemaker. Their agility and
sharpness amazed me.
Genetics aside, I think living
on the water, loving what they
did, and being sweethearts for
77 years was their recipe for a
long, happy life.

Have a birthday or family
event you would like to see in
Betty's column? Send items
to gabylee@tampabay.rr.com
or mail or hand deliver to The
Courier, C/O Betty Briggs, 101
N. Wheeler St., Plant City, FL

Adam Justin Snyder and
Candice Michelle Ojeda will
tie the knot Aug. 5 at MacDill
Air Fgrce Base in Tampa.
Below, enjoying ocean view in
Fiji are Brenda Paul, left, Faye
Blount, Sheri Doutt, Sue Burt,
Heather Riley and Ben

Photo courtesy of Brenda Paul

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Photo courtesy of the Cooper family
Amanda Lee Cooper and Darryl Brent Cox plan a June wedding.



Deal With Reality, Not Labels

One of the big impediments
to a sane foreign policy is the
bad habit of labeling and then
believing in word magic. The
instant something or some-
body is labeled, our politi-
cians and press began
reacting to the label and not
to the reality. That's what
general semanticists refer to
as belief in word magic.
Words are just symbols,
and quite often inaccurate
symbols in terms of how they
relate to reality.
The most obvious examples
are Hezbollah and Hamas,
which have been labeled
"terrorist organizations." We
tend to think, sensibly, that
terrorists' main occupation is
planning and executing
attacks. So, if we examine
Hezbollah and Hamas, that
should be the case with them
if they are indeed terrorists.
In fact, they are not. Hezbol-
lah and Hamas have elected
representatives in Lebanon and
in the Palestinian territories.

The bulk of their work is
humanitarian. They operate a
welfare system and provide
medical care and education
facilities. Hezbollah maintains a
militia, and there is a small
military wing of Hamas. The
military wing of Hamas has
committed acts, primarily
suicide bombings, that can
fairly be called terrorist acts. But
should the entire organization
be labeled terrorist?
Hezbollah hasn't committed
a terrorist act in more than 20
years. All of its attacks have
been against the Israeli
military, with the exception of
the Katyusha rockets that they
fire in response to Israeli
violations of Lebanese sover-
eignty. It is not an act of
terrorism for a military unit to
attack another military unit.
These World War II rockets
cannot be aimed except in a
general direction. The logical
definition of terrorism is an
attack against civilians, and
that includes what the U.S. and


Israel refer to as collateral
(If you are killed or crippled
by a high explosive, what
difference does it make if it
was delivered by plane,
artillery, rocket or truck? For
that matter, what difference
does it make if the person
killed you on purpose or just
didn't care if you got killed?)

Because of word magic, our
government refused to
recognize the Hamas
government that was fairly
elected in a free and demo-
cratic manner. We don't talk
to Hamas. Nor do we talk to
Hezbollah. Because we have
labeled Syria and Iran as
"supporters of terrorism," we
don't talk to them, either.
It's pretty hard to conduct
diplomacy with people you
don't talk to. If our
government had taken the
position that it would not talk
to the Soviet Union and China,
the Cold War would likely still
be going on. Talking to people
with whom you have disagree-
ments is more important than
talking to people who already
agree with you.
Relations between nations
are not unlike relations with
people. There are only three
alternatives that I can think
of: You can talk to people; you
can ignore people; or you can
attack them. By far, talking is

preferable to attacking.
As a result of our silly
labeling and belief in word
magic, we have zero influence
with Hamas, Hezbollah, Syria
and Iran. Our politicians can
bloviate to the media what
these organizations and
countries should do, but they
are just adding to air pollution
when they do so. In the Middle
East, our word is no good.
That's bad, because the
Middle East is changing.
Every time there is a free
election, the Islamists win. It's
only a matter of time before
paid-for allies Egypt, Saudi
Arabia and Jordan have their
governments displaced by
people who admire Hezbollah
and Hamas and hate us.
This doesn't have to be, but
to prevent it, we need to deal
with reality and not with labels.
We need to talk to people.
Write to Charley Reese at
P.O. Box 2446, Orlando, FL

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Cork: Cork Road. "52.1521
Laura : 1310 I laura Sit,
Springhead: Wiggins Rd, 754-1485

(Disciples of Christ)
First: 2108 Thonotosassa Rd,

(onrtirsone Christian:
lMcntlosh Rd. oJfSR 574

\enr Grace: 1214 E. laune St

(CirIeland Tenni l
Calarn Counmunih,:
5209 Smith Rials Rd
Dot er: Douniving St. 659 2900
Plant fity: .2103 ,idlake Rd. '52-4591
lurke. (rceek: furkme reelk Rd
at SRO0, 3" 1331
1702A. parlor Rl. 986-19161

(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kingsway N.,
Seffier, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowship
713Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,
Gospel Tabernacle: Allen & Iaines St

St. Pelers: 3.01 (ate St.
52-5061 I

Destil Culnlinh oJ Plant (.ih
1112 \ liheeler 1t.

Delheerance fabermunle:
80 I1. Grant 5/.
Refuge Church of Our lord
-28 i: Ball 1t.

Full Gospel Tabernaele.
2311 Sammonds Rd. "54i3843
Restoration. LsemnblI :
106 N. ferS 5/.
Il angelists Jornlesus Tahbermale:
SR 5"4. [. olDo er. 65.) .0102

Calhanr Chapel Planut C(it
1310 \orthl Shannon .lie., 892-0510
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909
Covenant Bible Church:
1408 E. Tomlin St, 754-1133
Deeper Life Fellowship:
Covilla Rd, Wof SR 39 N.
Reviral Ontireath Ceniter.
225.. Iei m Rd, 6. 1i.2?5i

Kingdom Hall: 3202 N. Maryland Ave,

C(hurh ofjesus (hrist I1S:
1805 .. Park Rd. '52-6364-

Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd. 752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud lake RdM 752-6064

Plant City Community
Church of the Nazarene
2402 Mudlake Road, 752-7863

Full Gospel Fellowship:
W McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311SammondsRd, 754-3843

Greater Love Christian Center-
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffnwer Elementary
School, 657-7914
Kainos International
Church of Florida:
902 E. Renfo St. 764-0929
Tampa Bible Fellowship:
10201 E. HillsborougbAve, 754-2674
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship Center:
U.S. 92 E

Holy Protection Orthodox Church:
3820 ,loores lake Rd. Diver. 659.0121

Greater Heights Family
Wbrship Center
3301e (letons Rd. "54 '088
it ing tfater' loumrqare
Church: 602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W Mahoney St, 757-6123

Dover: Moore's lake & Holiness
Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God.
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840

Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd, 759-9383
First Presbyterian Plant City:
404 W Reynolds St, 752-4211

ialk nilthi Godtilnisftr
15140 SR 5"'.. Doer: 659-0930

Plant (0il: 2203 Strauberrr Dr.
"52 4694

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fI iangelism") 2i1 i moulh yfiiggli, Rit.

Firn- f10f 1 ohnson Rd,

St. .ark I united (Churb:
2914 lilftia-Pinecrclt Rd. lirinco.

Cork: 4615 i antu S .llen Rd.
Dover First: Moore's lake Rd at
Methodist Church Rd, 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers St,
Grace: 1801 E. Chervy St, 659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr; 754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd,
St. Luke: 809 E. Laura St, 757-6051
Tb'onotocas.a Frort Kint: fIui atf
Mtietleto Dr.. 96. "135
Trinity Plant City:
402 W. English St, "i-2.9 16

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.1jon; R frinkle Building
1201 orlh Park RL. "59 923-

Trinity United
Methodist Church
,.X En lish St.,
Plant City

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Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday 6:30pm
Women's Scrapbooking Club ,
Wednesday Worship 6:15 p.m.
Activities for Children
& Students: 6:00 p.m.
905 W, Terrace Dr. (offPaul Buchman Hwy.)

St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pnm, English. 6-30pm Spanisn
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
IOn O l 574 D.:..ri
Sunday Masses
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8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander SL. ,
Plant City, FL 33563
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isi 3752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185

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The Rev. Joseph Philbeck: Springhead United Methodist

Springhead United
Methodist Church pastor Joe
Philbeck has the spirit of one
reborn. His passion, he said,
has been renewed and his
relationship with'the small
Springhead church has
transformed his life and led
him to re-imagine ministry.
Courier reader George
Henson, who first suggested
we profile Philbeck, wrote: "I
feelthese folks should be
recognized for their work
and zeal along with their
pastor. This is what sharing
the gospel and Jesus Christ is
about concern, care and
love for your neighbors
regardless who or what faith
they are."
For more information on
the church, 2305 Sparkman
Road, call 752-5751.

Q: How long have you
been in Plant City?
A: A little over a year. I had
been retired seven or eight
years and the bishop asked
me to come and serve this
church. I'm thoroughly
enjoying myself. It's a good
group of people. We're doing

some new things that I've
never done before. I'm
excited, the church is
excited, and we're having a
great time together.

Q: What has you so
A: We're focusing the
church on what is going on
in the community, using
what goes on inside the
church as an inspiration to
be busy outside the church.
It has simply refocused my
thoughts about church. I
wish I had learned this a
long time ago.

Q: How has the church
A: They have a passion
about it. The idea is to do
small acts of kindness to
people we probably don't
even know in order to simply
say to people, "God loves
you." We understand
Christ's call to serve not the
church but to serve the
world. The church is simply
a tool to serve the world.

Q: What do people misun-

derstand about church?
A: That we're just money
raisers, holier than thou,
moral drill sergeants, not
interested in them, full of
hypocrites. Many in the
modern culture have moved
into being de-churched, and
these are the same people
Jesus invited us to reach.

Q: What are some of the
things the church does?
A: Saturday mornings we
hand out newspapers and
coffee and donuts and
orange juice. We gave 67
hand-turned exotic wood
ball point pens for every
teacher in Springhead
Elementary School just to
say thank you for taking care
of our children and to let
them know that God loves
them, too. Sometimes we
drive around and take
bottles of ice water for
people working in their
yards. We're trying to make a
difference in the world in
our small way. Small things
done with great love make a

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The Rev. Joseph Philbeck of Springhead United Methodist says
reaching out to people who don't feel religion is "worth their
time and effort" is the greatest challenge for the modern

Q: How long have you
been a preacher?
A: I was trained at Georgia
Tech as an electrical engi-
neer then worked with
Sperry Rand Corporation in
Gainesville. I also taught

engineering at the-University
of Florida. I began to strug-
gle with the question of what
I really wanted to do with my

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First Baptist offerings
The following events will be
offered by First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Beginning Friday, Aug. 11
at 9 a.m. and Sunday, Aug. 13
at 4 p.m., the Ladies Ministry
begins a Beth Moore Bible
study titled "To Live Is Christ."
This is an in-depth study of
the life and ministry of Paul.
Open to all women in the
On Aug. 22 there will be a
Ladies Coffeehouse at 7 p.m.
on the third floor of the chil-
dren's wing.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Mondays at 7
a.m. at BuddyFreddys.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Tuesdays at 7-
a.m. at Fred's Market Restau-
Free classes for those who
have gone through a divorce
or are facing Sundays from 5
to 6:15 p.m.
Call: 750-4878.

Introduction to the
Orthodox Church
The Orthodox Christian
Church of Dover, 3820 Moores
Lake Road, plans an introduc-
tion to the Orthodox Church
and Early Christianity begin-
ning Aug. 8 from 6:45 to 8 p.m.
It will be the first of six
consecutive presentations,
with the last class taking place
Sept. 12.
Call: 659-0123.

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'Gospel Express' at
Lord of Life
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church, 2104 Mud Lake Road,
will offer a "Bible adventure"
Aug. 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Young "railriders" will ride the
"Gospel Express," singing
songs and listening to stories.
Each attendee will receive a T-
Any child between kinder-
garten through fifth grade is
eligible to attend at no cost.
Register before Aug. 12 by call-
ing the church office at 752-
6064 weekdays between the
hours of 1 and 5 p.m.

Spiritual Leadership
A Spiritual Leadership Con-.
ference sponsored by Shiloh
Baptist Association and Some-
body Cares Plant City is sched-
uled for Oct. 13 and 14.
Conference schedule:
Oct. 13: Friday morning
breakfast for the business
community from 7:30 to 8:45
a.m. at the Ramada Inn;
Friday afternoon session from
2 to 5 p.m. at First Baptist
Church for pastors and staff;
and Friday evening confer-
ence from 7 to 9 p.m. at First
Baptist Church featuring
special music.
Oct. 14: Saturday morning
conference from 9 a.m. to
noon; Saturday afternoon
conference from 1 to 3 p.m.
Call: 752-6740 or 752-4671.

Faith Family Outreach Church
Faith F-amili Outreach
Church of Plant City,"a multi-

cultural word-based faith
ministry, offers worship serv-
ices on Sundays at 10 a.m. at
the John R. Trinkle Center at
Hillsborough Community
College, 1206 North Park
Information: 759-9273 or

Christian preschool accepting
Private Christian Preschool
recently extended its age limit
for students to 1-year-olds.
The school offers a Christian
preschool program for chil-
dren ages 1 to 4 at First Pres-
byterian Learning Center, 404
W. -Reynolds St. Call: 752-

Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W. Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages Sundays at 9
a.m.; Sunday worship services
at 10:15 a.m. and 6 p.m.; and
Wednesday night worship at
6:15. Activities for children
and students start at 6 p.m.
Call: 752-8345.

Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist
Church, 14402 Salem Church
Road, meets Sundays at 10:30
Call: 752-9548.

Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational
Divine Family Worship Center
offers services Sundays at 11:15
a.m. at the Comfort Inn, 2003 S.
Frontage Road. Call: 643-8989.

Teen Bible study
Teen Bible study and values
discussions are offered the
first and third Monday of each
month from 5 to 6 p.m. at the
Plant City Family YMCA's
youth extension site, 1507
YMCA Place.
Call: 757-6677.

METS Ministries
METS Ministries, 1102 E.
Laura St., offers restoration
and healing services the first
and third Sunday of every
month at 6:30 p.m.
Each service will feature a dif-
ferent speaker. Call: Edith Lang-
ston, 759-0607, or 754-1096.

St. Clement services
St. Clement Catholic Church,
1104 N. Alexander St., hosts its
Saturday vigil Mass from 4 to 5
p.m. Call: 752-8251.

Mount Olive events
Mount Olive Baptist
Church, 604 W. Ball St., offers
the following community out-
reach services:
A free hot meals ministry
Tuesday and Thursdays from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
SA food pantry is open
weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Call: 754-3834.

Church basketball games
Cedar Grove Baptist Church,
8201 Cedar Grove Church Road,
welcomes sixth- through 12th-
graders in the Keysville area to
play basketball Tuesdays from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Hot dogs and
drinks will be provided. Call:

Alan Hawkins, 833-5794, or
Keith Carney Sr., 737-3357.

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119 N.
Gordon St., offers adult Sunday
school at 10 a.m. followed by
the 11 a.m. service and youth
Sunday school. Ongoing classes
are offered Wednesday morn-
ings and. Thursday evenings.
Also, a potluck dinner is offered
the first Sunday of every month
after the service. Call: 659-2624.

Ministry seeks donations
METS Ministries' New
Beginnings program is seeking
beds, couches and other
household items to assist
needy families. The ministry
also is in need of a truck to
facilitate pick up and delivery
of donated items. The ministry
is continuing its program of
offering clothes, nonperishable
foods, emergency shelter and
prescription drugs and is seek-
ing donations of riding mowers
for its lawn mowing program.
All gifts are tax deductible.
Call: Edith Langston, 754-1096
or 759-0607.

Bible study at Trinity United
Trinity United Methodist,
402 W. English St., offers a
weekly Bible study course
every Wednesday morning at
9:30. Calb752-9316.

First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church of
Plant City, 404 W. Reynolds St.,
holds Sunday school from 9 to

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Meals on Wheels
seeks volunteers
Meals on Wheels of Plant
City seeks volunteers to
deliver meals.
Drivers use their own cars
and should be able to work
between 10 a.m. and 12:30
Call: 754-9932.

HCC seeks bilingual
math, reading teachers
The Plant City campus of
Hillsborough Community
College is in need of certified
reading and mathematics
bilingual instructors for its
Adult General Education Pro-
Class hours will be flexible
to accommodate the work
schedules of students residing
in the Plant City area.
The classes take place at
HCC's Plant City campus.
HCC established the pro-
gram to help individuals not
only earn their high school
diploma but transition to col-
lege as well.
Call: 757-2111.

Juvenile probation program
Volunteers are needed for
the Department of Juvenile
Justice's program in the areas
of clerical, mentor or case
management assistance.
The office is at 1601 W. Rey-
nolds St., Suite 103.
Call: Sue Sloan or Barbara
Hubert, 757-9171.

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club
seeks used eyeglasses and
hearing aids.
The club collects the items
for distribution to needy
people in Florida and other
To donate, place the items
in a "Lions Recycle for Sight"
collection bin at the following
locations: the office of Drs.
Humphrey and Maggard,
Strong Optical, 800 Optical,
Wal-Mart Optical, the office of
Dr. Kulyk, Publix, Kash n'
Karry on Alexander Street and
the Meadows at Country-

Yo-yo club
The Florida Sultans of Spin
yo-yo club meets the first
Friday of each month from 7
to 9 p.m. at the Brandon Rec-
reational Center, 510 E. Sadie
St. Beginners and advanced
yo-yo players, boys and girls
are welcome.
Call: Marcia, 254-4642, or
Debbie, 254-2214.

Pregnancy Care Center
The Pregnancy Care Center
of Plant City, 304 N. Collins
St., offers free pregnancy tests,
information and confidential
The center is open week-
days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Volunteers are needed.
Call: 759-0886.

Aging Services wants
to hear from public
Whether it's a compliment
or a concern, Hillsborough
County's Aging Services
Department wants to hear
from you.
In an ongoing effort to pro-
vide quality and efficient serv-
ices, Aging Services has

implemented a new Customer
Care Line.
The Customer Care Line is
open Monday Friday, 8 a.m.
- 5 p.m. at 272-5242, and both
English and Spanish speakers
are available.
After hours customers can
leave a voicemail and the mes-
sage will be returned the next
business day.
For more information con-
tact, Katrina Blaine, Aging
Services, 272-5165.

Red Cross seeking volunteers
The American Red Cross
Tampa Bay Chapter is seeking
active or retired nurses with
RN or LPN licenses to serve as
Volunteer nurses serve as
an integral part of Red Cross
Disaster Action Teams that
operate from five Red Cross
offices in Hillsborough, Pasco
and Pinellas counties: Tampa,
Brandon, St. Petersburg,
Clearwater and Hudson.
Nurses provide health care
education, assistance in
obtaining medical care and
medication replacement and
follow-up care to victims of

home fires, hurricanes and
other disasters.
During hurricane relief
efforts, Red Cross nurses may
be assigned to shelters to
assist in providing health
related services to shelter
In addition, they may also
accompany Disaster Action
Teams which respond to local
community emergencies.
Those interested in serving
as Red Cross volunteer nurses
must have a current RN or
LPN license, be dependable,
in good health, have a flexible
schedule, be willing to
undergo a background check

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and possess a strong sense of
caring and compassion for
Red Cross clients.
Prospective nurse volun-
teers undergo 10 to 18 hours of
training, including an orienta-
tion to the Red Cross and par-
ticipation in Red Cross CPR,
First Aid and Disaster
Response training courses.
Information: Kipp Holloway,
348-4820, ext. 893, or e-mail to:

Crisis Center seeks volunteers
The Crisis Center of Tampa
Bay seeks volunteers to pro-
See COMMUNITY, Page 17

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Elsie M. Graham, 86, of
Dover died July 15.
She was born in Alafia and
was a lifelong resident of
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by four sis-
ters, Leola Brown and Louise
Henderson, both of Plant City;
Irene Davis of Lithia and Grace
Kelly of Fort Pierce; three
grandchildren; and six great-
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Floyd W. Frier, 90, of Dover
died July 16.
He was born in Lowndes
County, Ga., and was a long-
time resident of Dover.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II and a tanker
trailer welder.
He is survived by his wife,
Ruby; a son, Wallace D. Sr. of
Dover; a daughter, AretheaYates
of Durant; a sister, Myrtle Kelan
of Tampa; four grandchildren;
and seven great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Marguerite E. Holland, 94,

of Lithia died July 16.
She was born in Tampa and
was a lifelong resident of
She was a homemaker and
an active member of Little
Union. Primitive Baptist
She is survived by three
sons, the Rev. Kenneth of
Hendersonville, N.C., Ronald
of Plant City and Peter M. of
Sarasota; six grandchildren;
many great-grandchildren;
and numerous great-great-
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Ramona A. Lavallee, 44, of
Valrico died July 16.
She was born in Plant City
and was a longtime resident of
She was a senior store
manager for Bealls Outlet.
She is survived by her
husband, Frank; two sons,
Ricky Barron of Plant City and
Russell Barron of St. Peters-
burg; her mother, Barbara A.
Pollock of Plant City; a brother,
Tommy Pollock of Tennessee;
a sister, Debbie Tankersley of
Plant City; and two grandchil-
Hopewell Funeral Home.
See DEATHS, Page 15

Continued From Page 11
Q: Why ministry?
A: I'd been involved in the
Methodist church since I
was born in Lake City in
1936. It had to have some-
thing to do with helping
other people and it naturally
moved toward the church.

Q: Were you married at the
A: Dating. When I asked
Josephine Albertson to
marry me, I said I was going
to be a Methodist preacher.
She was a director of Chris-
tian education in the Meth-
odist church. We married in
1962. I received my master's
in divinity at Emory Univer-
sity in 1964. Later, I finished
course work for my doctor-
ate but never completed the

Q: Do you have children?
A: My daughter Lisa is 40
and my son Joe is 38.

Q: Where have you served?
A: Jacksonville Beach,
Jacksonville, Mims, Miami,
Indialantic, Winter Haven,
Holiday, Orlando, Sebring (for

one day), and now Plant City.

Q: Do you watch
A: I enjoy watching the .
Atlanta Braves and the
Miami Dolphins, and now I
know and appreciate the
Buccaneers. I enjoy Dr. Phil
and think he's in the most
instances pretty wise.

Q: What are you reading?
A: "The Tipping Point," by
Michael Gladwell. If you do
the right things and just
keep on there will come a
time when suddenly there's
a tipping point and things
begin to explode, kind of like
an epidemic. When I read
that I thought about what
we're doing in our church.

Q: Do you have a scripture
for readers?
A: Jesus said he has a lot
more to teach us, but that we
need to become more
mature. I have a lot to learn
and God encourages us to
use our minds. "I have much
more to say to you, more
than you can now bear. But
when he, the Spirit of truth
comes he will guide you into
all truth. He will not speak
on his own; he will speak
only what he hears, and he

will tell you what is yet to
come." (John 16:12-13)

Q: What is the challenge
for the church?
A: We're facing a culture
where most people, and
particularly younger people,
just don't feel like church is
worth their time and effort.
Finding a way to witness to
the spirit of Christ to a
culture that has those
feelings is to me the greatest
challenge that we face.
That's exactly the reason we
do what we do.

Q: Are you optimistic?
A: I don't know how
optimistic I am about the
church in general. It's
caught itself into too much
irrelevance as an institution.
As a movement it will survive
as it has done through the
ages, but it's going to have to
change radically.

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Julia K. Davis, 49, o
City died July 17.
She was born in St.
She is survived by a b
Bobby; and several niece
Wells Memorial I

Dominic J. Carlo,
Plant City died July 19.
He was born in I
Falls, N.Y., and was a lo
resident of Plant City.
He served in the U
He was owner/oper
Carlo's Brake and R
He is survived by hi
Edna; a son, John K. o
City; a brother, Pete o
rado Springs, Colo.; th
ters, Anna of Californ
Pauline Pearson and
both of Niagara Falls; a
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84, of Plant City died Ju
He was born in
Puerto Rico, and
He was a heavy equi
He is survived by hi
Octavia Diaz de Mu

f Plant

daughter, Ana Eliza Munoz-
Perez; a daughter-in-law, Pura
L. Negron; five grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral

Peters- Johnston
brother, Eugene F. Johnston Jr., 52,
ces. of Thonotosassa died July 19.
Funeral He was born in Denver and
Funeral moved here 22 years ago.
He was a painter.
He is survived by his wife,
Emma; three sons, Matthew,
86, of Christopher and Joshua, all of
Thonotosassa; two daughters,
Niagara Khristina of Plant City and
ngtime Melissa Dionne of Thonoto-
sassa; a brother, Sammy of
I.S. Air Denver; a sister, Eta Mae of
Kittredge, Colo.; and a grand-
ator of son.
adiator Haught Funeral Home.

is wife, Waycaster
if Plant The Rev. Raphael Waycaster
f Colo- Sr., 86, of Plant City died July
ree sis- 20.
ia and He was born in Baileyton,
Mary, Tenn., and moved here from
nd two Tennessee in 1958.
He was a minister and
)me. member of New Hope Freewill
Baptist Church in Dover.
Iz He is survived by two sons,
inguez, Raphael N. Jr. and William L.,
ly 19. both of North Carolina; three
Ciales, daughters, Neva Ashmore of
was a Seffner and Delores Buser and
Linda Nelson, both of Plant
ipment City; a sister, Golda Robinson
of Virginia; 14 grandchildren;
is wife, and 22 great-grandchildren.
noz; a Haught Funeral Home.

Louise Y. Miho, 83, of Plant
City died July 20.
She was born in Honolulu
and moved here from Aiea,
Hawaii, in 1995. V
She was a hoie4erakeft..d a
member of the ~e`'s Clib.
She is surviyesibtw& sons,
Dermis aidAlen; ,: th^, V'
Amy Craft ol t Cit,; a
brother, Thomas (inaka;ive
sisters, Florence Kaya, CeIara
Takeuchi, Sadie Kawamura,
Mary Sako-and Barbara Kawa-
kami;. 10 grandchildren; and
nine great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Fun-eral
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Reynolds J. "R.J." Rogers,
74, of Plant City died July 21.
He was born in Riverview
and was a lifelong resident of
the Tampa Bay area.
He was a U.S. Air Force vet-
eran of the Korean War.
He was a local truck driver
and attended Sydney .Baptist
He is survived by his wife,
Dottie; a son, Marshal; two
daughters, Candy Barr of
Charleston, S.C., and Annette
Talley of Plant City; a brother,
Jimmy of Brandon; two sisters,
Annie M. Stevens of Johnson
City, Tenn., and Gaylon Morris
of Lakeland; five grandchil-
dren; and two great-grand-
Wells Memorial Funeral

Seferino Silva Jr., 45, of Plant
City died July 21.
He was born in Lyford,
Texas, and came here from
San Antonio in 1976.
He worked for the city of,
Plant City and attended St.
Clement Catholic Church.
He is survived by his wife,
'Theresa; three sons, Seferino
III, Rolando and William J., all
of Plant City; two daughters,
Alicia and Kayla L., both of
Plant City; a brother, Jose C. of
San Antonio; seven sisters,
Natalia and Consuelo Yoni-
guez, both of Texas, and
Frances Dimas, Christina
Dragustinovis, Guadalupe,
Felipa and Graciela, all of Flor-
ida; and three grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Gerrit Vanderstelt, 82, of
Plant City died July 21.
He was brn in Muskegon,
Mich., moved to Plant
City in 199..
He was a veteran of World
War II.
He is survived by his wife,
Mary Lou; three sons, Murray
and Bradley of Muskegon and
Stephen of Grand Haven,
Mich.; a daughter, Kathryn
Craig of Whitehall, Mich.;
eight grandchildren; and a
Wells Memorial Funeral

Jerri C. Feola, 62, of Lake-
land died July 22.


She was born in Blakely,
Ga., and moved to Lakeland
from Lake Wales in 1961.
She worked as a manager
for GTE for 24 years and was a
member of the Lakeland Elks
Lodge, BPOE No. 1291.
She is survived by her
husband, Ralph; a daughter,
Lisa Vines of Lakeland; three
brothers, Phil Chapman of
Vero Beach, Paul Chapman of
Lakeland and James Duett of
Cape Canaveral; a sister, Mar-
garet Stanfield of Merritt
Island; and a'grandson.
Gentry Morrison Funeral
Home, Lakeland.

John C. Baggett, 75, of Lake-
land died July 23.
He was born in Powhattan,
Ark., and was a former resi-
dent of Plant City.
He was a carpenter and
attended the Church of God.
He is survived by his wife, Jo
Ann; three sons, John H. of
Nahunta, Ga., Timothy E. and
Stephen A., both of Lakeland;
two daughters, Rachel L.
Goldizen and Rebekah L.
Dobson, both of Lakeland; a
brother, the Rev. Paul of Nash-
ville, Tenn.; four sisters, Helen
McCurdy of Dyer, Tenn.,
Thelma Kent and Patsy
McGuire, both of Auburndale,
and Marie Henry of Daytona
Beach; 15 grandchildren; and
14 great-grandchildren.
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John and Lizetta Lewis will
celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary Aug. 5 at a party
hosted by their daughters.
They were married on Aug.
4, 1956, in Bartow.
They both are natives of
Plant City, and are retired
from their own business.

They both are active mem-
bers of Salem Primitive Baptist
They have three daughters,
Debbie Harrell and Brenda
Adams, both of Plant City, and
Wanda Anderson of South
Carolina; seven grandchil-
dren; and six great-grandchil-

Wasden 25th anniversary
Roger and Laura (Harding)
Wasden celebrated their 25th
wedding anniversary May 23.
They were married in Dover in
They have a son, Troy, and
his wife, Cammie.
They celebrated their
special day at home with their

Wasden 2nd anniversary
Troy and Cammie (Willa-
ford) Wasden celebrated their
second wedding anniversary
July 16.
Cammie is a graduate of

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Roger and Laura (Harding)
Plant City High School and is
the daughter of Lonnie Willa-
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Hoyt and Ruby Willaford.
Troy is the son of Roger and
Laura Wasden and grandson
of Ethel Wasden. He is a 2003
graduate of Durant High


Army Pvt. Matthew R. Smith
has graduated from nine
weeks of basic training at Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
He is the son of Chris Smith
of Plant City, and is a 2001
graduate of Winter Haven
High School.

Army Pvt. Frank R. Murrow
has graduated from nine
weeks of basic combat train-
ing at Fort Jackson, Columbia,
He is the son of Lois Murrow
of Plant City, and is a 2005
graduate of Plant City High

St. Pierre
Air Force Airman Phillip M.
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six weeks of basic training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San

Antonio, Texas.
He is the son of Jacques and
Carol St. Pierre of Dover, and
is a 2004 graduate of Durant
High School.

Army National Guard Pvt.
Amanda D. Nye has graduated
from the Automated Logistical
SpecialistAdvanced Individual
Training course at the U.S.
Army Quartermaster Center
and School, Fort Lee, Peters-
burg, Va.
The course is designed to
train soldiers to establish and
maintain stock records and
other documents such as
inventory, material control,
accounting and support
reports, and automated and
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The private is a 2004 gradu-
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complaints answered
The Hillsborough County
State Attorney's Office has a
consumer protection agency
in Plant City. Consumers can
schedule appointments to
speak with an investigator
about their complaints on the
second and fourth Friday of
each month.
Agency representatives can
assist in investigating, mediat-
ing and sometimes referring
complaints regarding unfair,
deceptive -and criminal acts
and practices by businesses

and individuals posing as a
business. Appointments are at
the Plant City Courthouse,
State Attorney's Office, 302 N.
Michigan Ave., Room 10.
Call: Hillsborough County
Consumer Protection Agency,

Free computer classes
Glover School in Bealsville
offers free computer classes
for seniors and children on
Monday and Wednesdays.
Classes cover basic
computer parts and software.
Adult classes are from 10 to 11
a.m. anct 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., and
children's classes from 3 to 4:
45 p.m.
The school also offers an
evening computer lab for sen-
iors Wednesdays and Fridays
from 5 to 6:30.
Call: 737-1352 or 757-6760.

Kids Cafe
The Kids Cafe is offered
Monday through Thursdays
from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Center,
1601 E. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. The Kids Cafe serves
nutritious, hot meals to
school-age children.
Call: 759-9343 or 757-9195.

Weekly square dances
Weekly plus-level square
dances with rounds are offered
Wednesday from 7 to 9:30
p.m. at Strawberry Square
Dance Center, 4401 Boot Bay
Call: 752-0491.

GED classes
The Hillsborough County
School District offers free
adult high school credit and
general educational develop-

ment diploma classes.
Classes are offered at more
than 100 locations and during
flexible day and evening
hours with customized
instruction to meet individual
student needs.
Information: 276-5654 or

Blood pressure checks
The Hillsborough County
Department of Aging Services
offers free blood pressure
readings for seniors the first
Monday of the month at 10:30
a.m. at Plant City Senior
Center, 1205 S. Waller St.
Call: 757-3824.

Road to Recovery
seeks volunteers
Volunteers are needed for
the American Cancer Society's
Road to Recovery program in

Plant City.
It is a volunteer-based
transportation program that
helps people get to and from
their cancer treatments if they
have no other form of trans-
Volunteers must have a car
and be available for a few
weekday hours per month,
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Call: 685-0670, Ext. 115.

Car safety seat checks
South Florida Baptist
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seat checks Friday and Satur-
days, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., through-
out the year at the hospital's
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has graduated from nine
weeks of basic training at Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
He is the son of Guadalupe
Regalado of Plant City, and is a
2004 graduate of Plant City
High School.

Andrea L. Delph has joined
the United States Army under
the Delayed Entry Program.
The program gives young men
and women the opportunity
to delay entering active duty
for up to one year.
Delph, a 2006 graduate of
Admiral King High School,
Lorain, Ohio, has reported to
Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.,
for active duty.
She is the daughter of Lisa
Burnett of Plant City and
Michael Delph of Lorain.

Air Force Airman Derin K.
Ercen has graduated from six
weeks of basic military train-
ing at Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio.
Ercen is the son of Aytac

- and Susan Ercen of Dover.

Army National Guard Pvt.
Christopher N. Hurley has
graduated from nine weeks of
basic training at Fort Sill,
Lawton, Okla.
He is the son of Owen and
Susan Hurley and grandson of
Carol Robertson, all of Plant

Barry S. Mines has been
promoted to the rank of
colonel in the U.S. Air Force.
Mines, a commander, is
assigned to the 7th Civil Engi-
neer Squadron, 'Dyess Air
Force Base, Abilene, Texas. He
has 22 years of military
He is the son of Richard 0.
and Dreama B. Mines of Plant
City. He is a 1980 graduate of
Bath County High School, Hot
Springs, Va., and received a
bachelor's degree in 1984 from
Virginia Military Institute,
Lexington. He earned a mas-
ter's degree in 1985 from Vir-
ginia Polytechnic Institute and
State University, Blacksburg,

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10 a.m. Sunday morning with a
worship service from 10:15 to
11:15 a.m. Communion is cele-
brated the first Sunday of each
month. Call: 752-4211.

Hope Lutheran services
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 N. Park Road, has a
summer worship schedule.
The times are: worship at 9:15
a.m. and family Bible hour at
10:30 a.m. Classes are avail-
able for ages 2 through adult.
Call: 752-4622.

Eastside Baptist Church
Eastside Baptist Church,
1318 E. Calhoun St., offers a
Sunday Bible study from 9:30
to 10:30 a.m.; morning worship

at 10:45 a.m. (with Children's
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at 6 p.m. There is a Bible study
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Class-size restrictions call for 18
students per class in kindergarten
through grade three; 22 students in
grades four to eight; and 25 in high
school English, math, science and
social studies classes. All districts will
be evaluated on this measure by 2008,
with full compliance required by 2010,
Person said.
That puts an extra strain on a
district already confronted with major
growth, resulting in a capital outlay
budget deficit of $197 million. Hills-
borough over the past three years has
been welcoming about 5,000 to 7,000
new students a year, a phenomenon
that has propelled the district into the
nation's Top 10 lineup.
"By the old measure, we could run a
school at 120 to 150 percent capacity,
but the classes weren't necessarily
oversized," Person said. "What's
happened with class-size reduction is
that your school went from one
capacity, say 960 students, down to
760 without losing or gaining another
Durant, for example, under class
size reduction lost capacity for 196
Some observers question whether
voters would have been so quick to
approve class-size reduction if they
had considered that the space crunch
might also cause boundary adjust-
ments or the use of makeshift class-
rooms, at least temporarily.
"You can drag portables onto a
campus, like we did in the past, but

our position is we want to meet the
need with fixed capacity because we
don't want to get back into the
portable business," Person said.
At one time, the district had more
than 1,800 portable classrooms on
school campuses. Then Gov. Lawton
Chiles toured the state and lamented
during a Hillsborough stop that so
many schools had become "portable
cities." The state legislature in 1997
responded with $2.7 billion for school
construction, which touched off
Hillsborough's unprecedented school
construction boom. But class-size
reduction, coupled with the
continuing growth, has forced Hills-
borough to once again fall behind in
capacity, even with this year's opening
of five schools, including Bartels
Middle in New Tampa, Doby Elemen-
tary in Gibsonton and Oak Park
Elementary in Tampa.
Tomlin and Marshall middle
schools, for example, are projected to
be 210. and 77 students over capacity,
respectively. But without class size
reduction, the schools collectively
would be short only 33 seats.
But class-size reduction is the law,
and Person said the district is working
to strategically place over the next two
years 50 to 55 new classroom wings at
over capacity schools throughout the
district. "Alafia and Nelson (elemen-
tary schools) are expected to add
wings by 2008-09, at the latest, but
also needed is a new elementary
school north of Nelson near State
Road 60," Person said. That school is
planned for the start of the 2009-10
school year and would relieve Nelson,
Robinson and Dover. Also planned is
an elementary school east of Plant

Student government leaders at Durant High School stage a pep rally for fresh-
men last month.

City to relive Burney, Trapnell and
Springhead elementary schools.
Person said Hillsborough has been
conservative and therefore is not in as
dire a position as other school districts
in the state.
"The law allows you, once you meet
your capital outlay concerns, to use
the remaining funds to raise teachers'
salaries," he said. "We put a large
portion of our money over the years
into capital outlay. Other districts
used large portions of their money for
salaries, thinking the class-size
reduction requirements would be soft-
ened, but they haven't, and now
they're caught short."
The school board this year has
approved an increase in teacher
salaries, amounting to a 10 percent
raise plus other incentives. Person
said this was necessary to keep

Hillsborough competitive with
surrounding counties.
"It's imperative that we be able to
compete with surrounding districts, 01
at least be on an equal playing field,
because we need more teachers and
more classrooms than the surround-
ing districts and they pay more than
we do," Person said.
And yet the race for space is heating
"I can tell you seven or eight years
ago, when I first came on the job to
handle student assignments, we were
extremely anxious about coping with
growth and capacity. We were pushing
3,500 to 4,000 new students a year," he
said. "Now, we're pushing more than
6,000 new kids a year, and if this
growth continues to escalate, that
number in the next 10 years could rise
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Left, late in Plant City's championship game against Naples
in Tallahassee last week, players convene in the pitching
circle for a pep talk with No. 14, pitcher Brooke Freeman.
With no outs and runners on second and third, Freeman
faced a 3-0 count on the Naples batter. The pep talk worked
as Freeman reeled off three straight strikes to record the
first out of the inning, then went on to strike out the next
two batters and preserve a 1-1 tie. Plant City went on to win,
2-1, in the ninth inning to earn its second state championship
in three years. Above, members of the team wear their
medals and gather around the state championship banner.
Coached by Clasy Wyckoff, Holly Arnold and manager Jeff
Freeman, the 2006 9- and 10-year-old state champion Plant
City all-stars are Freeman, Cheyanne Allen, Alex Arnold,
Jordan Bowers, Avery Brown, Rachel Dwyer, Amber Harwell,
Nan Lawson, Courtney Maxwell, Cacey Simmons, Stephanie
Taylor and Kristen Wyckoff.


Valrico Cyclones seek players
The Valrico Cyclones
under-11 girls team is still
looking for one or two more
players to join them.
Call: Coach Steve Galloway,
754-7832 or 763-3947.

VSC U13 boys team
seeks players
The Valrico Soccer Club's
under-13 competitive boys
team seeks talented and com-
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Saladino Award Goes To Giardina

Call: Mike Vazquez, 661-
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Raider Wrestling Coach

Ready To Step On The Mat

Former Brandon wrestlers
have a good reputation for
building up programs around
these parts. With that in mind,
Plant City High School has
named Nick Ferrario to
replace Mark Ackett, who
stepped down as the Raider
coach after 16 years in the
Durant's wrestling team has
become a state power over the
last few years led by another
ex-Eagle grappler, Dennis
Kitko. With Ferrario, Plant
City is overlooking a fact some
schools would not: He has
never been a coach before.
"I think I'm ready," said
Ferrario, 23 years old and
fresh out of Cumberland Col-
lege. At the Kentucky school,

Ferrario wrestled alongside
former Raider great Cornelius
Wiggins, one of Ackett's all-
time prized pupils. Wiggins
won two state championships
for Plant City.
Ackett, who was just 21
himself when he started
coaching at Plant City, has not
left the cupboard bare for Fer-
"I really had a great team
coming back," said Ackett,
who, after some "waffling,"
could not pass up an assistant
principal for student affairs
job at Bloomingdale in March.
"I had a lot of seniors, a lot of
kids I was really close to and I
thought, maybe one more
year, but my wife Kathy
reminded me ... every year I
have a group of seniors who
are special kids. And this kind
of opportunity just doesn't
knock very often."
Two weeks ago, Ferrario got
a good look at eight of his
See NEW COACH, Page 21

In what has become a fun tradition for
coaches, Durant's Ron Fussell was in charge of
keeping his former star player in the dark.
Fussell was part of Carmine Giardina's sur-
prise gift on Monday: the Tony Saladino
Memorial Baseball Award. The trick was keep-
ing Giardina completely unaware that the
award was about to be his.
It worked all right, almost too well.
"Even after I met Mr. Saladino, I thought I
was just getting the MVP award fo; the Sal-
adino Tournament," Giardina said.! "Finally,
when they started talking about the history of
the award, it hit me."
The Saladino Award is given annually to the
best senior baseball player in Hillsborough
County, and is presented at the home of Tony
and his wife, Bertha, in Brandon.
Giardina believed he was going to simply do
a follow-up story with a national magazine
about his choice last week to attend University
of Central Florida. ,
That was big news in itself. Giardina said no
to a professional contract with the Boston Red
Sox, who drafted him in the 28th round in
Giardina, as part of the all-star travel team
Chet Lemon's Juice, pitched in front of a top
Red Sox scout as part of an event two weekends
ago in Fort Myers.
"They called me a couple of days later, but
they just couldn't offer the money I was look-
ing for. So I'm going to UCF," Giardina said. He
will report to school Aug. 18 and start class six
days later.
Originally, Giardina had a scholarship to
2005 national champion Texas, but when its
pitching coach left, Giardina asked for permis-
sion to get out of his commitment.
He then, through Juice teammate Chris
Duffy, who was just drafted in the ninth round
by the White Sox out of UCF, contacted the
Golden Knights and they offered him a schol-
Giardina will not be able to turn pro for at
least three years, but says he is glad to know his
"Finally, it is a relief," he said. "I have a lot of
friends there already and my parents get to

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Carmine Giardina, right, shakes hands with
Tony Saladino after receiving the Tony Saladino
Memorial Baseball Award July 30 at Saladino's
home in Brandon. The award is given annually
to the best senior baseball player in the county.
A graduate of Durant, Giardina will play college
baseball at University of Central Florida in the

come see my games.
As for the Saladino Award, it was hardly a
surprise after a standout senior season. His
performance at the Saladino Tournament did
not hurt. Giardina twice struck out 16 batters in
a game, the best performances ever at the
Giardina is the second Durant player to win
the award. The first was Jeremy Gomer in 1998.
Other notable Saladino Award winners since it
was established in 1971 include major leaguers
Tino Martinez, Gary Sheffield, Rich Mon-
teleone and Dave Magadan.
Though Giardina was also one of Durant's
top hitters, he said not to look for him swinging
the bat at UCF.
"I'm done hitting," Giardina said.


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for troops
The UPS Store, 117 W.
Alexander St., part-
nered with Walden
Lake Early Learning
Center celebrated July
Fourth by letting
children from the
center paint and
decorate boxes with
patriotic colors and
themes. The boxes will
be used to send items
to U.S. troops sta-
tioned overseas.
Above, Grace Sieben-
thai, left, and jenny
Mitchel help-pack up
the boxes for the
troops. Among the
items donated to the
troops by students
and the store were
snacks, magazines,
cards, drinks, cookies,
pens and pencils.

Continued From Page 20
wrestlers as Plant City partici-
pated in a camp at Appala-
chain State in Boone, N.C.
His only coaching experi-
ence before that was helping
out legendary Brandon High
coach Russ Cozart at camps.
As a wrestler at Brandon, Fer-
rario finished fourth in the
state in 2001 at the 189-pound

class, having come in sixth
place the previous year.
"I didn't teach them many
moves at the camp, just helped
them out during the matches.
It was good to see they all had
really good attitudes," Ferrario
At Cumberland, Ferrario
missed much of his. sopho-

more and junior seasons with
injuries and qualified for. the
NAIA national tournament as
-a senior.
Along with the rivalry with
Durant, Ferrario will look for-
ward to facing two other teams
in particular. His brother
Remy is an assistant at East
Bay, while another brother,

Mike, helps Cozart with the
Ackett said the biggest thing
he'll miss about coaching is
the cameraderie.
"The lifelong relationships
that I have made with kids,
coaches and officials who
were committed to the sport
of wrestling and, through that,

committed to each other ... I
will always cherish the oppor-
tunity to help young people
realize their potential," he
"I could spend hours talking
about some of the. really
special people and times that I
have had as a result of being a

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try Real Estate (478) breathtaking Vista's, paved roads. Ownerfi 12x60, 2br, lba, new AC Call 813-866-4000
552-5681 Cool Mountain Breeze nancing, low down pay- roof over, vinylsidinn
www.tandcrealestate.c and River Access ment. Call for informa- Comoletly furnished T 2b o
om $39,900. Owner F'inanc- tion 1-888-806-8013 ,w l ...furnishe.. TNC 2bdrm on the Bay,
ig 772-263-3775 or 1- www.TNLots.com 5ol. &carort.3 unique, quiet, safe,
GEORGIA HOMESITES Se- 801-763-0085. Ask ........... adults only C.HA W/D,
eluded 3-20 acres, about our Mini Vacation TENNESSEE !! ..I. 1 hdwd firs dock, Outside
Paved roads, Hard- MONTEAGLE-SEWANEE, | Mobile Homes / storage boat sfip $850
woods & pines. Middle MILLION DOLLAR VISTAS Beautiful Mountain II Lots for Rent I senior disc 813-265-2408
GA area. Starting with cool mountain Properties. 600+ Acres; LI JJ
$2950/are. (Secial- breezes hignh atop the Tracts 5 Acres& up. 4
149ac retract w3acre SmoKiesbetweenpresti- miles from.1-24. Gated TURKEY CREEK,no pets,C
lake $4950/acre.) Own- g i o u s & secluded! Gorgeous 21 CHA, $47 .m. lst+
er 912-529-6198 Highlands/Franklin/Dill bluff & creek. Wooded + djosits. Need HUNTER'S Green-New
ard. Exclusive, Private, lots. George, refs. 813-737-1844 Tampa2br2ba
GEORGIA/ NO R T H Secluded. Huge Timberwood Develoo-d condo for rent
CAROLINA Captivating homesites from ment Co. 423-949- 7$1100 mo $1100 deposit
mountain views, lakes, $175,000 (800)679-7976 www.timber-wood.com 12 months
rivers, waterfalls. www.highlandspass.co 0.0(., ,,-9.,,w.,. d d813-833-7423
Homesites starting @ m. TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN* ,V AI,2 Rm n mR/ A
$39,900. Log home kits LAND Tennessee Land VALRICO 2BR/5 BA
@$39,900. Limited avail- MURPHY NO R T H Located In The Beauti- R /|2800 to $85 t mo
ability. Call (888)389- CAROLINA AAH COOL ful Cumberland Moun- l BR/2BAm$1200l mo
3504X700. SUMMERS MILD WIN- tains Owner Financing Keller Williams Real
TERS Affordable Homes as low as $500 down! Becky 813-376-2100
GEORGIA, Say goodbye & Mountain Cabins JDL Realty 931-946-2484 COMMERCIAL
to hurricanes, traffic Land CALL FOR FREE www.JDLRealty.com rr Houses Furnished
ams, and high prices! BROCHURE (877)837- ,.REAL ESTATEI -RENT, E
Visit our new alm Har- 2288 EXIT REALTY TENNESSEE'S most beau- BROOKSVILLE Furnished
bor, Homes deed- MOUNTAIN VIEW PROP- tiful Riverfront with r f S i Lge New Home 3br 2ba
restricted community E R T I E S mountain views. 11 or m Office Space Lease) +F o Rm & e3rmore. 55+.
just 40 miles north of www.exitmurphy.com. 15 level acres with 700' Golf/amenities $950mo
the Florida line, conven- each of navigable water Northdale Blvd, Tampa. NO LEASE. Immied avail.
iently, located 15 mi- NC Cool Western Moun- front. Horses OK. Single office space 352-597-0998 (238-9918)
nutes between tain near GSMNP es- $199,900/each. Realty avail in accountant's of-
Thomasville & Moultrie cape heat, hurricanes & Executives. 423-747- fice. Ideal for professio- r i
Georgia. Complete 1 high prices. Luxury cha- 1180 nal. $500/mo. Avail im- ((Houses Unfurnished)
acre land/home pack- let($260K, 1 acre under .... mediately 813-968-7446aB EAC B
ages plus all improve- $60K. Prudential Great TENNESSEE -Townsend. ,.. ., APOLLO* BEACH Brand
menis. Startin at Smoes Realty Bryson Mountains. PLANT CITY Indcustrial New, 4BR, 3BA, 3CG,
99,900 for: 1500sf, 3br City. Call 877-476-6597 ots starting at Park Office pace for w/bonus rm, covered
2ba homes. T&l appx. 7/10 acre to 10 acres, lease 150 to 3000 sq ft, lanai, lake, all aps,
$1200/yr, Cepcot Mead- Want to reach Prices starting at including Conference blinds, lawncare inc.
ows V(229) 985-1145* customers in search of $40,000. ContactTen- Room & Break Room. $1795 mo. 813-789-2662
quality products and nesseeReal s te- Starting at $160. m.
Can't find Fido? Toll Free 1-877-448-4911 Contact Pierce Lackey When you read Classifeds
services? Classified www.TNRealMstateand 813-865-1191. THE
Lost-Found ads can help can. Rentals.com GEORGE W. LACKEY, CO it's HELLO ... GOOD BUY!

[(Houses Unfurnished))
Place. 4br/2ba/2cg. .FP
fresh paint, quiei
subdivision. $1400/mo.
1Ist last, security.
Call 813-248-0005
EAST Tampa 3br/lba. All
new flooring, Recently
renovated heady to
move in. $1200/month
Call 813-843-8323

Million Dollar Home
Pool, boat dock, a kitch-
en to die for, over 4k sf,
5br/3.5bae Name your
price lease options
available 813 716 -1622
country club comm, gor-
geous 3bd/2ba, 2cg
W/D & lawn maint incI,
extreme upgrades,
$1500+sec 813-951-0939
3br, 2ba, w/den
3br, 1.5ba w/bonus
$1500-$1700/mo each
lbr, Iba, $650-$775
Min 7 mo rental
River Heights 3br 1.5ba 2
story, fenced, wood firs,
CHA 2000sf bar, fpc,
appls + W/D, xtra park-
ing. $1500/mo 1st/
last/dep 813-223-6044
Avail now. 4br/2ba/2cg
1900 SF, W/D incl.
Immac. home, close to
175 & Crosstown.
$1350/mo. 813-748-5545
RUSKIN New home, 2087
sq ft, 4BR 2BA 2CG
comm. pool, waterfron?
$1475 mo. 1st & last.
Pets ok. Available now.
SOUTH Tampa 2 store
3032sf 4 br 2 full and2
half baths 2cg with pool
and backyard, Includes
yard service 4605 W.
McElroy Ave. $2100/mo
(813) 835-9563.

VALRICO Buckhorn Es-
tates, 2300sf 4br 3ba
2cg, screened pool, new
$1600mo. 1st mo + sec
req. 3003 Sprawling
Oaks PI. 407-808-2643
4/3/2, 1850 sf, huge
Bkyrd, consv. cable.
$1200 mo + $1000
dep & util. 347-332-3592,
f[Manufactured Homes)]
DURANT area MH's rent
to own $2500 down.
813-737-4321 after 6PM.
LITHIA Pinecrest Area.
2br Iba, Mobile Home,
new carpet & cabinets
Nice Yard $550/mo + de-
posit. 863-640-1356
Pets Laundry on prem-
ises, Wkly/monthly +
Security 813-752-7033
OR 813-754-6541
[( Rooms for Rent
DAYS-INN Plant City
301 S. Frontage Rd
$279. + Tax. Subject to
available 813-752-0570
WEB #1793511

APTS $150/wk. Also
HOUSES for rent
furn/unfurnished, wkly/
monthly. 813-217-5795
(Spanish: 813-774-4696)
[( Townhouses )

Apollo Beach
Townhouse, 2br, 2.Sba
ool, tennis, wood
oorsdock $1100 + de-
posit. 813-785-3232
4br,2.5ba, 2cg, 1900sf,
large yard, 1 lock from
Bayshore. $1800 + de-
posit. 813-514-6809
Gandy. 3 br, 2 ba, 2000
SF,1000 SF arage,
$1900 per Call 813-961-
3504 or 813-949-0278


f Campers / Travel
19FT 2001 Trail-lite Hy-
brid, sleeps 6, A/C, toilet,
shower, micro, cable,
AM/FM/CD, fridge, Exc.
cond! $9,000 Great for
families 813-973-1817
For a good buy,
shop in Classifieds.

*.AUGUST 3, 2006 .'THE COURIER 'A27

Campers / Travel [( Boats ) (( Vans )) (Sports Utility Vehicles)) ((Classics & Antiques)) ((Automobiles for Sale)) ([CAutomobiles for Sale))
Trailers 18' Monterey 1993 4cyl HONDA 2000 ODYSSEY MERCEDES 2000 ML430 BUICK 1987 Regal T-type CHEVY 1998 MalibuLS Jaguar 2004 S Type 4.2-
Merc cruiser, w/trr, EX, old, navigation, silver/gray, 104K mi, Same as Grand Nationa Auto,Cold Air, PWR win- Excellent Condiion!
21FT 2005 Trail Lite Trail am/fm VHF radio, fish 70k mes, excellentcon- exc cond. Dealer serv- New tires, Cold AC, New dows & doors 98,827mi 20,800 mi non-smoking
Cruiser, sleeps 45, finder, lifeackets, vests edition original owner, iced, CarFax cert warr. Paint, Rare Muscle Car. Fair cond. Sold as is. owr. Black ex! t/an Int.
kitchen, bath/shower, $4000 813-597-9219 $12,50o 813-977-0623 $12,450.727-459-6508 $8,000 813-727-1648 $1.300 obo 813-963-0286 $29,500. (813) 837-9532.
under 3K lbs, like new. C
$11K. 813-751-4280/84. 18' Pontoon Voyager [Sports Utility Vehicles)] Buy uy CHRYSLER 1996 Sewbrne
2004 Nissan25hp4 32K Convertible JXI white,
24' 2006 Carolina Skiff strokeTrailer, Exc. TRANSPORTATION V-ecls TOUR 132K m now damage, ne-wto
DLX, 115 Yamaha, trail- cond. $11,495. 863-326- ACU. RA 2001 Mes AWD MONTERO 1997, Sunrf CHEVY 1971 SS El Cami- 8 8 883 LEXUS 1993 LS400, white
live cuwells trolling dualmtr. 9414 black with tan leather, Mint Cond. Hwy mi. 1st no 396 B.B 4 spd, bucket w/grey int loaded,
$20,000.813-368-9812 19', 2004 Bayliner, good Auto Engines / al l tions rn wner, obo.* roI seats, factor CHRYSLER 2001 PT Cruis sunroof, C newtires &
i $,19500 6.2 2001 Exc inside, fully straight body. $14,500 erYSLed,001K, wis-
w/tcond.runs good. Parts / 000 oboMisc. 19loaded. Need minor win- or trade. 813-920-3447 er, loaded, 46K, wife e 3-313-9991
25'2003 Sandpiper wdailerParts X car, $9600 obo Jack records 813-313-9991
8fBMW 2003X5, 3.0 sport dow repair. Must see
Tamed ge 813-45-307 BAY AreaMotor Work 41K ar ep st $5 9 0 813-900-2783 CHEVY 1972 Chevelle 813-335-6317 MERCEDES 1996 E300D
shower awn $1 6 u500 Engine rebuild &st nstal, exc.cond. Ithr gra int Convertible 454 B/B 6cyl Diesel, gold/tan
obo 813-716-238 21FGradWhite977Upo3yr warranty silv ext moon 289K TOYOTA 2003 Sequoa bucket seats, needs CHRYSLER2004 SEBRING thr 209K, exc CarFax
3bo 13-1-u8 Eirurdy c i 2001 Auto/Boat/ RV obo. 813-924-1393 limited loaded 864,000 aint work. Asking CO ERT, 4 RN ceKw arr dealer svcd
26 ft, Coachman Futurae OMC, electronics, great 813-926-9994 miles excellent condi- 12,500 813-92-3447 automatic,23,000miles $12,450.77.459-6508
Srs7- SComletel loaded 811-68i-3072 CHEVY 1986El Camin xcellent.$13,250.
bedS'd.All te$0extras. $4400 obo. 81-927-7379 sions Used &.Rebuilt back, leather' new 2-tone paint, 4J 813-962-0075

ROYAL, excellent condi- ra injection outboard ROLL-N-LOCK COVER, 1 0 81 3- 930 l90 Ob G 1971 Challe7ngeor garaged.S17000 all pwr, snroof cold
ticon huge. garden tub, motors, custom twin yer old standard bed Plum crazy on black RT obo 813-681-2642 AC. Ne tires. 10K m
l$8,800. 727-741-1993 Bobaftmaster matching hnrle 0 90ealnus s ord B e MotorcT3cles i E trim, 340 AATc aird PS, PB,
heatr ale fi 200e F C F150 L 26 ire 8 BFN "F great driver.t$25,5 pn00 siCORVE d 2E, 19 e700 mER
T40Franklin TM 2006, self- s rine Patrol. Ex. cond. G1o3c3d9 A s ,W rr .-BMW 99 R11RT d 15k, Cae 9(813) 1948-4837. pis sn e leath- 62,500 miles, 42,3 L v6, sil
40'erFranklin TTra 2006, self-itr200Yai. Former Fl.ha- Les33txtn3 0marroer Bsn 8139-7376navi$., c Auto, MR AC, MeEes,9 20 CLilK30
contain, 2 elect slides, $17,500 obo. Must Sell! TRANSMISSIONS RDButli LJ 1 Bstn Grn6aralm ged, ex- FORD 1962 Ranchero e t remov, hardtop, ver w/gray nt, clean,
airs awninW/D Calf 813-248-0005 rom A-Z. Guarantee Good Condition, $3900 $46,900.813-263-7835 runs strong, 10 war-
er trade 81-650-9345 23' 1997 Bayliner Ciera, 839910 DC DODGEona 1997 Intrepid. $22 (0 obo 813-601-4877
sleeps 4 full galley & 1 E610 153o Fully loaded, 22 cus- liners. Beautiful. $8000. 133k m, AC, stereo, one
DADE City 31' w/slide head, 356 cu in I0, very Cz ".toam whls, 50K mi. (813)601-229 owner. $1600 obo. Ask MERCURY 1997 Cougar
out, 2006 Mountaineer r ocean, chart plo0ter. & rr $33,000. 813-926-0779 esalmonl@tampabay.r odlCfor for Bruce. 813-453-9394. V8, auto, 27K mi, all
by Montana. Like new. depth finder. Trailer IL Tires JJ r.com Automobiles SaIeJ power, AC, garage kept,
oPaid $36,500, sacrifice w/4 wheel disc brakes, y ro leCADILLAC 2003 Escaladeo Exc con.
$29 900 obo $18k obo 352-628-9875. WHEELS & Tires NEW 18" EXT SUPERCHARGED! HARLEY 2000 FLTR 92 HONDA ACCORD Only DODGE 2001 Neon SE Au- $4,500 727-863-2622
brushed alum, fits Ford BLK/GRY, 24" Wheels, Rdlide, ex cond. Sound $390! Police Imounds to, AC loaded new
Ca 352-567-3510 23.6' Sailfish 2003 CC F150. 265/60 R18 BF Navigation, Sunroo, g system, orig adult own- For isins Cal-800- tires 7K mi, second MERCURY1999 COUGAR,
79-0t811, 7k 48807 Mp csell. D asw2dRY autqCCD,
TAMPA, 2005 Gufstream wT-top & cst cover, Goodrich Radial A' Braes Cors Exaust, er, upgraded en. 95 cu 749-8116,xt. 4880 Must sell Moving 77K miles, 2dr, auto CD,
Travel Trailer, 32' duct- 200 Yamaa, trr, loa- Less than 300 miles & more! Still under war- in $2,950813-929-1104. $6500/obo 813-810-8555 A/C, good condition
d air, sleeps 8 ri9900. ed Low hrs. Exc cond. $1395 OBO 813-973-4840 ranty. Meticulously. ..... c ar 97 TOYOTA CAMRY Only or 813-360-9935 $5,000 813-758-045e
386-756-454 or $28K obo 813-230-6500 Maintained!, 46K m.W HARLEY Davidson 1996 $4u00! Police Impounds.t l eave message
386-316-4677 20 Trucks Linht 2 Dut6 $32,500, 813-477-893 Springer, many extras, For Listings Ca 1-800- DODGE 2005 M Eagnum 1
TAMPA,24' Chaparral, CC. '94,5.7 1 K i &"r oiJa J only 6,500 miles. 749-8116,Ext. 7169. SXT, V6. auto, leather, MITSUBISHI 1994 3000GT,
WCampgrounds t ) stov rbtaer som7 adloMicousy9COOADFrrsonm-6-95ea one ,o- so13 028-48
BUFFALO HILLS CAMP- $22,500. 721-255-1265 v 40L, augohow2ng di00on $13 900 KAWASAKI Vulcan 1997 Real Estate IRS Tax D- $13,900 813-541-6322.7
GROUND S.E OHIO pK, 24,00 ml. Warrny. cell 83-36l-6993 Classic 800 cc, great duc7tible. Fre i- AerMITSUBISHI 2003 Lancer
ALAKE REGION Cap- 25' 2001 Maxim, cabin $ l,200. 813-784-3959. c condition $3406. Must wAny ONATE YOUR CAR, boat LS4DR, charcoal, tint,
ing at its best own your cruiser, 5.0L merc 0, -..HEVY. .' CHEVY 2002 BLAZER see. 813-785-4171. Model/Condition Help or RV to help chdren spoiler i e
own campsite for as lit- AC, full bimini, low t v erax o .U l l a n/ UnAerprv egedChi- fighDting diabetes. Tax cond. 8200. obo.
oLS, ext cab, white auto fclae, main. Ucond.n10iie0mdt ad281-O9
tieP Ws Curs DL, Cu, o onk.CrunSrfect KBvalue MOTORCYCLES Wanteda dren e.uce e r ow 77-81-9649
B 6808 $27,000 813-649-1508 tesooc utbo, $108obo 8$13,900.7AW-254-7777 AStu, Di n Bin J loe 1.Da-ib onkes w uteaeeD
$7500 obo 863-899-4330mi.Wa ATVs. Also buying g 1-800-693-7911ea!e Foundation NISSAN 1990 300ZX,

mes Vs 2" CHAPARRAL 1996, EW 1979 C10 PU 292 CHEVY 2005 Suburban wrecked otorcycles. BMW 1988 735i Newer 1800-578-0408 new parts $5500
( Motor Homest/Rsw ) Bowrider w/7.3 Volvo "CE^V 19 P...Y LT, blue w/tan leather Cash prid. 813-924-6264 body style, black, auto, Hl R
21F t Ford Maiestic s m ilinterior immac inside & 1O N h FORD 1997 Mustang Wh s 813-713-6937
ter 80-7o ts AiExcellent cond. $16,650 anien $700 Frm. out, quead seating, 4 NORTON Y7 7l dean riniAg, le.tCnvrtnh Vod 0o
S Class 199 g Od (813)47P Au-tow- WDsto K DVD Cseomandoo- 727-7addu-nae, C se $fnvtreent, por
shape Fully0 8a13 404-720 l $e30dki8n1-wee 43Bv a Excellent condition! o-e09 stereo hr83kt mi. ladiedee LOr -
no generator. Asking 26' Gausew/fold down CHEVY 1996 So, 4x4, V, Low mies. $4,750. MW 32 nvrti- $7800 813-288-7381 ass GLS, 4 dr sedan V-
$9000. 813385-6374. towr,5Me, Mrc Opti H Eo/VYet oma reatc CHRYSLER 2005 Pacifica Call (813) 3551697. bMW rebu9l92t, 32oodbnovdeyrt-& 6. gd i8-78. ns

281987 LASALLE RVM- adeds, un older warrant, od es n Touring model 23K mi eSUZU 2006 50 vdK mi wite F 99 $
tor home, very good under 1hrs $926,5043n all e 813 -02 m lleiside920 llewhieFORD1997Muta ,e3
2004Ea jesengine&boatr$, $702005 b F25 disel
condition, runs lood Cal1813-254-900 DO 813-7S8-2611 saddlebagchromeax- 7- 1 674-8329 ao, exce 9 ml.t condit24 7
mileage 2005 10, 25 Drs, SA ILBOAT...............1 n02002dn tV8, mps ,
Clo 0 12998 5oo981c- 87dmd $1o 7,003as E1. ms $929 330c6 fu,.l $3,200obo. 813-671-7009 Ih LS1 v8., 6spd
00 e 2- 4 9 d DPloaded, 37k miles, blac manua. 23k m, http://
Sa r leather YAHA 2003 VStar & tan, excellent cond FORD 2000 Taurus, silver, hoosahooo/
30Ft., Hurricane1998, 2 0"3,wh0eelslSirusra'o' s(e3a trbgS, CDn+OUn4 cis A,2LOOa3 ta t o,0 ice car, alea stg
$ awni ow pacKage, 4 eng. &en. A/C. 1g Ca Ford 1980 F100 Lariat '2rooi tan, Mi 13$3895 obo. Call Dennis8 POTAC 2005 Grand Am,
tExceien conditione. vas0cchi oo fl cONDA 2003s Po cM 20 L l d 9128-05 4k me sdclean,
A/C, TV, low mileage. per a r an- 302, runs good, toolbox,n & l Bl l d 2002 TNAC C alo r m,

30K (813)994-1259 mm bid 813-5-4119 tires custom wheels, whl drive w/extar l mi spoiler, runsgoo
torhome,1vergooXbCal (813)597-452 2thr, DVD, LGolf Carts wilow $40,0o0's obo. Red, 53K m.l tan / t.,

888-Bates RV Nearly 31' SeaRay, 310 $ $24,500 Call Dave ater 813-677-8857 pw/pl, cruise, CD, poew- $6000 813-924-0808
600 Airstream Jaco Sundancer, 1999 FORD 2002 Lar o, K /wknds.3527991491 BAY Area Carts er seat Good con.
a i Prisitine cod. Seller wrty, remote start, Sales, Service CADILLAC2001 Deville $6500. obo813-391-8231 O 00
Alpha -4exwillpay buyer's str blue/silver, 73,900 mi. 2003H2, yellow, Pick up and Delivery. auto, AC On-star all
2(Recreational r Te rSlip& w/b ofe$1F4,500. son E A E, v rd row, 863-307-0700 non-smoKer, 68K mil LX So loaded, leath- brakes/clutch/
S200 galr free as RD 813-393-821 i eelea t 6 V, excellent 250352-428-0774 er bucket seats, 36K warrantyoS813-416-8098
OI MER. f" et nd0 (s1 kce. o l o 9-le o e 3nCART B.Ttteries & Charg- m. w/transf v 100k warr
A/pC inker tove rig. Tr813)-4 FORD 2002 RANGER ers New & Recondi- CADILLAC 2003 Escalade $13,000 813323.6944 s SAB 200493 Lanear,-
Call r n o rerve LARGEST Volume Pn- 150K+ miles clean JEE P 1994 CheroKee 2.8 toned ALSO all cart AWD, new 22" chrme ,
813 99541827 p t1 n Dealer in Florida. White. $4205 BO 4 cyl 5 sd, AC, am/fm, repairs. Sparks & Carts. whs and tires, sunrf, HONDA 1992 Accord oad edo new raKs
tacer m in b i g Call new front traKes 813-267-7830 facwS bur0/tan39K $390R 0 Must 8 22 800
nacmper. Sean Bac ts 30 24,500 Call eaveniegs to08 ml 316 89246 for in b9423
CI Dwonsboatino.com 813-299-2534 $1290 Cau evenings ivX-o 4 00.
8 RV Storly813-777-1g0o 813-350-6 CAS TO Y Ru mi, $31,9 )5o8-3-24-466 0 813-920-r55
60 Air813-0nuber 19 FD 2e &rat, 1 / 352-79 9 (BATaCar s s1-800-74 -8167 SUBARU 1Hc999 OUTBACKp
i Sp toage Jd FORD 2003 Fm0 whirte.JEa 19 Chler..okee, CADILLAC 2004 DeVille ext C752 LT 25L AWU Km
YAMaHAy19 X7r99cXlaeuto, 7ACN, logbedaPery artACaOnvstar op, 99 c EX- 26M'PG, ithr, CD, tin,
FW LE & Boad tondrrunpisgoodtvery clean, N73orth0- autoacll cd,0 S PORTS opkbggold pn Io ONDA 5ClVIe wies/
RV's/BoatsionAutos, a 2no trailer good or be- pa area. $5985. exc cond. 107k. 390 MAN"7000Twin-s mi., warr, new $54,00. Runs great, 5 speed, nwre
er 8 $50/mo. gin er, $1750. 800-513-0057 obo. 813 e -962r 7349. ee wh eeler, manY era Like new. Must sell all prwer, sunro of $8,000. 813- 49-5872
SeCuAPpraveler $7VPark 813e-44-3$77 www.redjeepforsa8e.com oTbateoe ies.h-1mi-7r $21,995 727-345-2114 blaCK interior, r.
HAp p -tveler R r FORDi200n2quAe5073L Coer eenclu i fo au 20 Cl $t0 Call p181330-95293. T-BIRD, 200.5 Convr't
SEVERAL Storm Dam- AC, V6 l 4.3, gray 2WDa JEEP 1998 WRANGLER oO2 hardtop bronze metal-
STORAGE 5518P Cause- aad & Donated Boats. 22L miles A2O/FkM CD. Sahara, white, ta.rn to, urpmoiles Wt. a HONDA 2003 ACCORD LX lic load nedw 12K mie Sr.
MwayBvsd, RVs Cars, Widl Buy & Sell. Call Immaculae! Fac rty. newvroo a, new tires, i to t 4 drs, black with tan i driven, $2,70irm
Trucks, Trnrs. 50/mo. Mike 727-204-7968 $12,500 813-230-8684 50K miles, 5 speed A/C tenor, 19K orig. m. 2 yr 813-236-6200
RVervgewFRdo3$11,500. (813) 96235' ..C A $T CADILLAC 200S STS V8 warr. showroom cond.
aivrico B n A L ab ,' Trucs Ftbe Cer Cars, Trucks & 22.5K loaded, Sat Nv & $16,999. 813-38-1235 TOYOTA 1996 Avalon.
FOWL -5, good rm u colv ewtie s 72003 axp cruise, heads HONDA 2006 Civic EX miles, new engine 2yrs
12 RVs /9 C Campers OTDOOR STORAGE CHEVY 1985 Box Truck/ Dsyar Rcovdy 2tr D.3 2-0 up display, sunroof, ti- 2DR, auto, 8200 mi. pree old. $500 Call 813-969-
SWanted ce Bengamin Rd., boats, Camper$ custom m made 0ow ml. 3rd row A/C 0Kg 9 4P6A2-pID For aexr tanium gray. tc cond. mium sound, 0258
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