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More than 20
Plant City deputies
respond to "officer
down" call.


Students from
Simmons Career
Center, Tomlin
Middle School and
Turkey Creek Middle
join attempt to
break world record.


South Florida
Baptist Hospital
plans free children's
health fair.


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With Bike Fest celebrating its fourth anniversary Oct. 7 and more than 20,000 bikers and enthusiasts due downtown, the FAITH Riders of
Plant City could hardly have picked a better weekend for a free bike wash. The free bike wash is scheduled from 2 to 5 p.m. the afternoon of
Bike Fest, at the intersection of Baker and Palmer streets. Bike Fest is scheduled for 5 to 10 p.m., near the historic Plant City Train Depot.
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Healthy Lifestyle Screenings

Karing for Kids

Children's Health Fair

The day will feature free health
screenings, fun activities and lots of
helpful information for parents.

Saturday, October 7
Arthur Boring Building
Strawberry Festival Grounds
2406 W. Reynolds St.
Plant City

Call (813) 757-8511 for more

Free Blood Pressure Checks
No appointments necessary.
Every Tuesday, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby

Beat the Flu- Get Vccnated! Cholesterol Screenings

Flu Events:

November 3, 9am-noon
Strawberry Square
4401 Boot Bay Road

November 6, 4:30-6:30pm
Plant City Train Depot
Palmer St.

November 10, 10:30am-1lpm
Fred's Farmers Market
1401 Dr. M.L.K]r. Blvd. W.

November 11, 10am-lpm
Kash n' Karry
205. W Alexander St.

November 20, 4:30-7:30pm
2602 James Redman Parkway

Diabetes Eduaon
Support Group
For more information or to enroll,
call Lisa Finley at (813) 757-8202.

November 7
December 5
2 South Classroom
Cost: Free

No fasting required.
No appointment necessary.
4th Tuesday of every month
Hospital Main Lobby
Cost: $15

Bask life Support for
Healthcare Providers
Recertification Only
November 4, 9-11:30am
New Certification Only
December 4, 6-1 Opm
Community Conference Room
Cost: $35 (includes book and card)
Must register to attend.
Pre-payment required.
Gifts Etc. At South Florida
Baptist Hospital
Stop by to see all the newv products.
Cdtr Shop hours:
Aloodo Sotirdc}. 9am-Spir,
Sunday: I -4:30pm
Phone: (313 "57- 1290

Gain confidence with breastfeeding.
This education and support class
will help, whether you are currently-
breastfeeding or planning to breastfeed.
Must register to attend.
(Maximum 10 participants)
November 27, 7-9pm
Administration Conference Room
Cost: Free

This six-week course prepares you
and your partner for all phases of
labor and delivery. It covers
emotional issues, relaxation and
breathing exercises, and feeding
and caring for your new baby.
The sixth class contains information
previously given out during our
Baby Care Classes. Classes are held
once a week on Tuesday.
Must register to attend.
(Maximum 8 couples)
October 16 November 27
Administration Conference Room
Cost: Free

* Some dates may have changed. Please double-check the date of the scr
you wish to attend.

For information, registration or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St., Plant City, FL 33563



Tots, beginner tennis
lessons offered
The Plant City -Tennis
Center at Ellis-Methvin Park is
offering lessons for beginners
and tots. The sessions are
planned for Tuesdays and
Thursday for three weeks
starting Oct. 10.
Beginners (ages 8 to 16) les-
sons cost $50 for the six ses-
sions and will run 4:30 to 6
p.m. The tots (ages 4 to 7) les-
sons cost $25 for the six ses-
sions and will run 6 to 6:45
Other tennis programs are
available for youths and
adults, as well as open court
play. The tennis center, 120 N.
Wilder Road, includes four
soft-surface HydroGrid system
courts and four cushioned
hard-surface courts.
Resident pro, C. Shane
Johnson, is the city tennis
supervisor and is also running
other programs for youths and
Hourly play is available at
the courts, as are annual
passes for singles and fami-
Play on the cushioned hard
courts is at no charge with a
nominal fee for the clay courts,
but reservations are required.
The center is open Monday
through Friday from 8 a.m. to
9 p.m., Saturday from 8 a.m. to
6 p.m. and Sunday from noon
to 6 p.m.
For more information,
check the PCRPD Web site,,
click the Tennis Center link, or
contact Johnson at sjohnson- or by call-
ing the Tennis Center at

Republican Women's
Club event
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
plans a Celebrate Our Free-
doms event Oct. 27 at 6:30
p.m. at the Ramada Inn, 2011
N. Wheeler St.
Special guests will be
Republican candidates and
elected officials. Admission is
$20. Call: Melane Byrd, 754-

Alzheimer's program
The University of South
Florida Suncoast Alzheimer's
& Gerontology Center will
present a free community pro-
gram, "Alzheimer's Disease:
What Family Caregivers Need
to Know," Oct. 18 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the Brandon Com-
munity Center, 502 E. Sadie St.
in Brandon.
The program is designed for
individuals caring for a family
member or friend with Alzhei-
mer's disease. Call: 974-4355.

Band sponsors
preening golf tournament
The Durant High School
Marching Band is sponsoring
a two-person scramble golf
tournament Oct. 21 at Bloo-
mingdale Golfer's Club, 4113
0001869794-01 Great Golfer's Place, Valrico.
Cost: $70 per player, which
includes green fees, cart fees,
lunch and range balls. Dead-
line for entries is Oct. 16.
Registration forms are avail-
able at
in the fundraising link or con-
;- tact Becky Buckingham at
.- 754-9583 or e-mail @rebeka-

See BRIEFS, Page 7


Strawberry Festival
Queen orientation
Young women interested in
vying for next year's title of
Florida Strawberry Festival
Queen must attend a manda-
tory-meeting Nov. 5 at 2 p.m.
at the new Expo Building in
the director's conference
room. Contestants between
the ages of 16 and 20 may pick
up applications at the orienta-
Call: 752-3963.

Hispanic cook-off
contestants wanted
Organizers of Festival Del
Sabor are looking for contes-
tants for their Hispanic cook-
off. Anyone who can cook a
Hispanic dish, from appetiz-
ers to desserts, can enter and
there are prizes for the win-
ning entries.
The contest is from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. Oct. 7 at Centennial
Park in Ybor City at the corner
of Eighth Avenue and 19th
Street. Call: 241.2442, e-mail or

Boy Scout Troop
seeks members
Boy Scout Troop 744, char-
tered by First United Method-
ist Church of Plant City, is
looking for a few good boys to
join the troop. Troop 744
meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday on
the first floor of the church,
303 N. Evers St.
All boys 11 to 18 and their
families are invited to come
and visit the troop any Tues-
day night. Troop 744 routinely
camps, conducts community
outreach, enjoys fellowship,
leadership and outdoor skills
training. Call scoutmaster
Chris Miller at 967-7452 or at

Kids Karnival coming
The Plant City Junior Wom-
en's Club's Kid's Karnival is
planned for 4 to 8 p.m., Oct. 16
at the Plant City Train Depot
Spirit FM will provide music
at the event which will also
include games and activities
including a jumping tent, face
painting, school musical
entertainment from local ele-
mentary schools, police and
fire department display, the
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Wellness Bus and a chance to
win extravagant gift baskets.
There will also be food and
drinks for purchase and chil-
dren are asked to wear their
school colors.
All monies raised will go to
the Junior Women's Club
annual shoe project that helps
local elementary-age students
with new shoes.

Job fair on tap
A free job fair is set for 9
a.m. to noon Oct. 19 at the
John R. Trinkle Center, 1206
Park Road. The event will
include goody bags for the the
first 45 registered participants
and door prizes. Those attend
will be able to meet meet local
employers and are advised to
bring resumes and dress for
an interview. Optional work-
shops to prepare for the fair
are planed Oct. 16 ("Dress to
Succeed"), Oct. 17 ("Writing
your Resume and Oct. 18
(Interview Techniques").
For information, call Jimmy
Surin at 757-2106.

Students Join World Record Attempt NEWSDIGEST

MORE THAN 300,000

Starcatchers outnumbered
daffodils in setting what is
expected to be a new Guin-
ness Book world record for
simultaneous reading.
The possible new mark
was established Sept. 28 with
the help of students from
three Plant City schools.
School officials will learn
within two months if the
attempt will be authenticated
as a record by Guinness.
Students from Simmons
Career Center, Tomlin
Middle School and Turkey
Creek Middle School joined
50 Hillsborough County
Schools, and schools from
around the state, in Gov. Jeb
Bush's initiative, "Breaking a
World Record: Reading
The former world record
was set March 19, 2004, when
155,528 students from the
United Kingdom simulta-
neously read William Words-
worth's poem "Daffodils."
Early returns show about
303,000 students took part
throughout Florida in the
three minute reading of an
excerpt from "Peter and the
Starcatchers," a prequel of
"Peter Pan" written by Dave
Barry and Ridley Pearson.
Bush led the reading over
school television, broadcast
by WEDU, Channel 3.
At Simmons Career Center,
one of a few non-middle
schools involved in the effort,
about 290 of its 370 students
"I was in the hallways
when the countdown to the
reading, was taking place,"
said Lynne Greif, Simmons'
exceptional student
education administrator.
"There was an air of anticipa-
tion that this world record
effort brought to the stu-
Robin Aronoff, the reading
teacher in the ESE center,
said her 50 students could
have done without the 25-

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Photo courtesy of Turkey Creek Middle School
Turkey Creek Middle School had 1,400 students participating in
the statewide simultaneous reading of "Peter and the Starcatch-
ers'," a prequel of "Peter Pan" written by Dave Barry and Ridley
Pearson. The coordinated effort saw about 303,000 students in
Florida joining with Gov. Jeb Bush to set a Guinness Book world
record on Sept. 28. In Plant City Turkey Creek was joined by
Simmons Career Center and Tomlin Middle School to help set
the record.

minute televised introduc-
tion leading up to the
"Once the countdown
started and the reading
began the students were all
focused on the world record.
Within a few sentences we
were all reading in one voice
and the excitement built
until we were through the
David Steffen, a teacher at
Simmons, said 240 students
in the career center took part
in the reading.
"I was especially pleased
that literacy was talked about
as a needed skill in today's
world," Steffen said. "Our
students certainly enjoyed
being part of the world record
effort. I would like to see
statewide simultaneous
reading become a recurring
part of our curriculum."
At Tomlin, Susan William-
son, the school's reading
coach, said 1,400 students
participated in the reading
with audio on the school's
intercom system.
"The reading was wit-
nessed by 81 teachers and
parents," Williamson said.
"We also had two indepen-

dent witnesses (Plant City
firefighters, Capt. Stacy
Stearns and driver/engineer
Charles Sorensen) in order to
qualify for the official
At Turkey Creek Middle
School, media specialist
Nancy Harris said the school
had 708 participants. Each
student signed a participa-
tion form, as required and 70
witnesses verified the partic-
Two deputies with the
Hillsborough County Sherif-
f's Office, Deputy Kevin
Thomas, the school's
resource officer, and Dover
sub-station Deputy Alfredo
Penalvert, where the inde-
pendent witnesses at Turkey
"This was one of those
things that succeeded in a
big way," Harris said. "Stu-
dents seldom get excited
about anything at school
except food and movies. But
as soon as we told them
about the possible world
record, the students got very
interested. We made them
individual certificates. It was
a real team-building event."

Police Respond To 'Officer Down



Members of the Plant City
Police Department responded
to help when word got out
Sept. 28 that two members of
the Polk County Sheriff's
Office had been shot while
tracking a suspect in a wooded
area east of County Line Road,
south of Interstate 4.
Twenty-two members of
the Plant City department
joined hundreds of law
enforcement officers from
agencies throughout central
Florida, leading to the discov-
ery and fatal shooting of
Angilo 0. Freeland. Freeland,
37, was accused of shooting to
death Polk County Deputy
Matt Williams, his K-9 dog
Diogi, and wounding Deputy
Douglas Spiers, who pursued

.Freeland into the woods fol-
lowing a traffic stop.
Plant City Police Chief Bill
McDaniel said his department
contacted the Polk County
Sheriff's Office immediately
after hearing about Williams
and Spiers being shot.
"We offered our assistance,
as they would for us," McDa-
niel said. "When there is an
officer down, or a fugitive
endangering a neighboring
agency, we want to offer assis-
Capt. John Borders said the
request was answered by Polk
County within an hour.
"They asked us to assemble
at a church on Crutchfield
Road, off Wabash," said Capt.
Darrell Wilson. Wilson acted
as command liaison between
his department and the Polk
County agency. "Our emer-
gency response team (called
SWAT by many police depart-
ments) was our first unit to
become involved in the man-
hunt. They tightened the
search area until dark fell.

Then we assisted in setting up
a perimeter and guarding the
During the manhunt, eight
Plant City ERT members,
seven detectives, one K-9 offi-
cer, three patrol officers and
three supervisors assisted in
the operation.
"Our ERT unit rested at
home overnight, but they
returned Friday morning and
began tightening the search
area," said James Shultz, the
Plant City sergeant of detec-
tives. "When Freeland was
found and shot, our officers
were in another section of the
A Polk County coroner's
report indicated Freeland was
shot 68 times by nine law
enforcement officers when he
was found hiding under a tree
in the woods.
Police said Freeland was
armed with Williams' service
revolver when he was discov-
ered hiding in the woods,
along with the 9 mm handgun
he shot Williams with.

Children's health fair
South Florida Baptist Hos-
pital's 14th annual Karing for
Kids children's health fair will
take place Oct. 7 from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the Arthur Boring
Building on the Florida Straw-
berry Festival grounds. Chil-
dren will get a basic health
check and will be provided
with information on resources
available to them. In addition,
there will be a moon walk, face
painting and more.
Free screenings will include
blood pressure, height and
.weight, vision, podiatry, scoli-
osis and asthma.
Call: 757-8511.

Fundraiser adds poker run
A fundraising group trying to
help three young women suffer-
ing from life-threatening dis-
eases has added a poker run to
their efforts.
All three girls Megan Car-
penter, 16, Alexandria Prescott,
16, and Brandi Redmond, 15 -
attend Plant City High School.
The group plans a mini-goli
fundraiser at Bill Heard, 2002 N.
Frontage Road, Nov. 12. They
* will also have poker run fund-
raiser at Beek '0' Bradys in Plant
City. The car dealership will also
be selling window-pane spon-
sorships to raise money for the
three families.
The group meets at 6 p.m.
Monday nights at Bill Heard.
Call: 359-5018.

Youth ceramic classes
Two junior ceramics classes
are being coordinated at Plant
City recreation centers. The
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Rec-
reation Center (contact: La'-
Tosha Lewis at or
757-9195), has a class for
grades 3-5 planned for 4 to 5
p.m. on Wednesdays starting
Oct. 11. Cost: $15 for 10 ses-
sions. The Planteen Recrea-
tion Center (contact: Chris
Washburn at cwashburn- or 659-
4200, Ext. 4340), plans a class
for grades 3-5 from 4 to 5 p.m.
Thursday. Cost: $5 for four

Rotary plans Halloween Howl
The Rotary Club of Plant
City plans a Halloween Howl
at 6:30 p.m., Oct. 21 at the
homes of George and Cassan-
dra Banning and Mike and
Dean Snyder. Costumes are
optional, but encouraged. The
festivities include a buffet,
cocktails, a silent auction and
costume contest. Tickets are
$75 per person.
The club is raising funds to
support the Project Diction-
ary, which gives each 5th
grader in public school their
own school dictionary. Addi-
tionally -the club supports
Seminars for Tomorrow's
Leaders, a week-long seminar
for high school Seniors.
Deadline for ordering tick-
ets is Oct. 16. Call Mike
McMinn, 719-3919.

Turkey Creek Class of '61
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1961 plans its
45-year reunion Nov. 4 at 6
p.m. at Magic Moments Wed-
ding & Banquet Facility, 2207
Mudlake Road.
The cost is $35 per person il
paid by Sept. 30 or $40 per
person by Oct. 15. Final dead-
line for payment is Oct. 30.
Call: 752-0118.

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Motorcyclists from across
Central Florida will converge
on Plant City Oct. 7 to cele-
brate the fourth anniversary of
the city's Bike Fest, an event
that has grown into one of the
largest events of its kind in the
What's the secret to Bike
Fest's success?
Location plays a part says
said Marion Smith, president
of The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce.
"The Bike Fest helps draw
people to our downtown area
and they like what they see.
We also have more than 70
vendors and it's real family-
friendly atmosphere and I
think people feel comfortable.
We are also easy to get to with


The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department Sept.

Sept. 11
Criminal mischief, 4 a.m.,
1100 block Johnson Place
Residence burglary, 5 a.m.,
1500 block East Laura Street
Criminal mischief; 5 a.m.,
1100 block Johnson Place
Residence burglary, 5 a.m.,
800 block South Morgan
Criminal mischief, 5:30
a.m., 1800 block North Burton
Criminal mischief, 9:32
a.m., 2400 block East Cherry
Vehicle theft, 2:07 p.m., 300
block South Frontage Road
Commercial burglary, 5:10
p.m., 900 block East Baker
Vehicle burglary, 5:30 p.m.,
1200 block North Park Road
Vehicle burglary, 7:05 p.m.,
1000 block West Cherry Street
Grand theft, 10 p.m., 300
block North Alexander Street
Battery, 10:20 p.m., 300
block Park Springs Circle

easy access from the interstate
so it all adds up to success.
"It's also an opportunity for
biking enthusiasts from all
over the state to get together
and talk about what they love
- motorcycles," Smith said.
That camaraderie is some-
thing that keeps people
coming back says Melvia
Kingen, a member of FAITH
Riders, a Christian motorcycle
ministry with 15 chapters
across the nation. The group,
based at First Baptist Church
of Plant City, has a regular
booth at Bike Fest and plans a
free bike wash this weekend
for the event.
"It's like a group of football
fans of the same team, but
instead of the same team, we
have motorcycles."
And while they also have a
good time, the FAITH Riders
are also on their own mission;
to being fellow bikers to Jesus
Christ. "There are a lot of
people who come to Bike Fest

row Wilson Street/West Sam-
monds Road
Battery, 11:38 p.m., 500
block South Morgan Street
Retail theft, 11:57 p.m., 2600
block James L. Redman Park-

Sept. 13
Vehicle theft, 3 a.m., 1500
block Plantation Grove Court
DUI, 3:26 a.m., North Park
Road /East Baker Street
Arson, 4:15 a.m., 300 block
North Wilder Road
Grand theft, 11:15 a.m.,
3400 block Trapnell Ridge
Trespassing, 3:52 p.m., 4600
block West State Road 574
Battery, 4:15 p.m., 4500
block Ethan Way
Battery, 5:37 p.m., Mudlake
Road/Paddock Drive
Drug investigation, 6:41
p.m., Alexander Street/
Alsobrook Street
Vehicle burglary, 8 p.m.,
1200 block Townsgate Court
Aggravated battery, 9 p.m.,
500 block South Maryland
Attempted vehicle theft, 9:
See LOG, Page 7

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who might never walk through
the doors of First Baptist, but
will talk to us because we
share an interest in bikes,"
said Kingen's husband and
fellow FAITH rider, Greg.
"Everyone likes to gather and
socialize. Bike Fest is a great
The event will run from 5 to
10 p.m. and will include a
drawing for a 2006 Harley
Davidson Dyna Wide Glide,
biker games, music by the Red
Hawk Band, food and mer-
chandise vendors and a 50/50
Admission is free, and more
than 20,000 spectators are
expected to gather to enjoy
food, live entertainment and
the allure of more than 10,000
For more information on
Bike Fest, contact The Greater
Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce at 813-754-3707 or log
on to

Sept. 12
Grand theft, 6:30 a.m., Trap-
nell Ridge Road/Lone Oak
Residence burglary, 7:30
a.m., 1400 block East Francis
Drug investigation, 12:49
p.m., 1800 block Sammonds
Criminal mischief, 3:01
p.m., 1800 Spooner Drive
Shooting,' 4 p.m., Granfield
Avenue/Plum Street
. Residence burglary, 4:26
p.m., 600 West Ball Street
Battery, 7:20 p.m., 900 block
West Madison Street
Trespassing, 7:57 p.m., 800
block West King Boulevard
Criminal mischief, 8 p.m.,
700 North Wilder Road
Vehicle burglary, 9:30 p.m.,
600 block McLendon Street
Vehicle burglary, 10 p.m.,
1000 block North Collins
DUI, 10:23 p.m., Laura/
Johnson streets
Vehicle theft, 10:30 p.m.,
700 block West Ball Street
Criminal mischief, 11 p.m.,
4500 block Tina Lane
Battery, 11:38 p.m., Wood-




Spaghetti dinner fundraiser
Members of the Woman's Club of Plant
City plan their annual spaghetti dinner from
5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 5 at the club, 1110 N. Wheeler
St. The group will also offer lunches in
groups of 10 or more with tickets that are
purchased in advance. Donations are $6.
This is the club's main fundraiser. Proceeds
go toward scholarships at Plant City and
Durant high schools. Call: 752-4871.

Three views on Hemingway
Betty Jean Steinhouer will portray three
authors Willa Cather, Marjorie Kinnan
Rawlings and Gertrude Stein with three,
unique perspectives on Ernest Hemingway
at the Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St., Oct. 5, at 7 p.m. Admission is free. In
discussion, the scholar encourages ques-
tions about lore and how Hemingway was
changed by moving to Key West and Cuba.

Ribbon cutting
A&M Perfumes, Sneakers, Shoes, 1803
James L. Redman Parkway, Suite C, plans a
ribbon cutting at 10:30 a.m., Oct. 5.

Teen night at MLK center
A teen night at the Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Recreation Center with pizza and music is
planned for Oct. 6 and 20 from 7 to midnight.
The event is for ages 13 to 17. Cost: $5. For
more information, contact La'Tosha Lewis at or call 757-9195.

Friday night gospel sing
Mount Zion Assembly of God, 3005 Tho-
notosassa Road, will present a Friday night
gospel sing featuring singer/songwriter
Stan Shuman Oct. 6 at 7. Call: 752-1614.

Car wash fundraiser
A car wash fundraiser with hot dogs and
sausages is set for Oct. 7 from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. at Sydney Assembly of God Church,
14905 Sydney Road in Sydney. Proceeds
will go toward the church building fund.
Call: 659-0532.

Strawberry Jam II fast pitch
softball tournament
The Strawberry Jam II fast pitch softball
tournament for girls in the 16U and 18U
age groups is planned for Oct. 7-8 at the
Randy L. Larson Softball Four-Plex and
Plant City Stadium. Information is avail-
able at click
the softball link. Contact Carlton Benton at or call 659-
4200, Ext. 4304.

Church dinner
First United Methodist Church of Dover,
13957 Methodist Church Road, plans a church
dinner Oct. 7 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Cost:
adults, $6:50; children, $2.50. Call: 659-1415.

County Commission forum
County Commission candidate Tom Scott
will host a forum from 2 to 4 p.m., Oct. 7 at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.
The event will also include a question-and-
answer session. Call: Marsha Passmore,
754-2301, or Maggie Tagliarini, 986-2541.

Church homecoming
Crossroads Baptist Church of Lithia will
celebrate its 84th homecoming Oct. 7-8.
Schedule: Saturday evening service at 6:30
with barbecue dinner; potluck dinner to
follow Sunday morning worship. Former pas-
tor the Rev. James Smith will lead the morning
service and former music director Jim Haight
will lead the music. Call: 737-1121.

Church plans blood drive
A Florida Blood Services bloodmobile
will be on site Oct. 8 from 9 a.m. to 1:15
p.m. at Hopewell Baptist Church, 6001 S.
Highway 39.

Springhead Baptist homecoming
Springhead Baptist, 3106 S. Wiggins
Road, plans a homecoming at 11 a.m., Oct.
See CALENDAR, Page 15


Pick of the Week

Photo courtesy of Arts Council of Plant City

Millie Puente Band performs
The Arts Council of Plant City will present the Millie Puente Band at 7 p.m. Oct. 8 at
at the Magic Moments Banquet Facility, 2207 Mud Lake Road. The diverse group of
artists features Grammy-winning artist Millie Puente, niece of legendary "Mambo
King" Tito Puente. The cost of the performance and a buffet dinner is $35 per
person for members and $38 for nonmembers. Call: 973-1770.

File photo

Durant hosts band contest
The Cougar Pride Marching Band of Durant High School will host the West Coast
Invitational Band Tournament at Durant at 3 p.m. Oct. 7 with bands from across the
state scheduled to appear. Tickets are $10 and $6. The event is a fundraiser for the
Durant band, which plans a trip to the Fiesta Bowl and the National Band Champi-
onships in December. Call: 754-9583.

A t. ..

SA little Gospel,

Photo courtesy of Full Gospel Tabernacle

Full Gospel Tabernacle, 3211
Sammonds Road, will host a free
gospel concert with Lewis & Lewis
Oct. 10 at 7:30 p.m.. The Nashville
duo performs Southern gospel
with a "touch of classy country,"
said Pastor John M. Epps. Call: 754-



Plant City, 2904 N.
Franklin St., Oct. 5-7.
Call: 754-5936.
Plant City, 1908 E.
Carol Drive, Oct. 6-7,
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Clothes, shoes, toys.
Plant City, 3503
Juanita Drive, Oct. 6-
7, 8 a.m. Playpen,
carrier, shoes, books,
Plant City, 712 N.
Mobley St., Oct. 6-7.
Clothing, household
and miscellaneous
items and 12-foot Jon
Plant City, 1502
Essex Drive, Oct. 6-7,
9 a.m. Clothes, linens,
sewing material, fur-
niture, toys, jewelry.
Dover, 10280
McIntosh Road, bet-
ween Interstate 4 and
Thonotosassa Road,
Oct. 6-7, 8 a.m.
Plant City, 2604
Robin Drive, Oct. 7,.
Glassware, tools,
framing and art sup-
plies, antiques furni-
Plant City, 2208
Oakview Lane, three-
family, Oct. 7, 7:30
a.m. to noon. Clothes,
shoes, household and
miscellaneous items.
Plant City, moving
sale, Oct. 14, 13 Coun-
try Meadow Blvd., 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. Furni-
ture, kitchenware,
household items.
Cork, 3208 Cork
Road, Oct. 21, 6 a.m.
Clothes, knick-knacks,
household and
miscellaneous items.

Square-dancing lessons
Square dances and square
dancing lessons are held on a
regular basis at Strawberry
Square, 4401 Boot Bay Road.
Information: 752 0491 or

Florida A&M Alumni
The Florida A&M University
National Alumni Association's
Plant City chapter meets every
fourth Monday at 6:30 p.m. at
Mount Moriah Missionary
Baptist Church, 911 E. Warren
St. Call: Bea Crowell, 752-0451.

PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High School
Class of 1951 meets the
second Tuesday of the month
at the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. 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 Restau-
rant at the Lakeland Airport.
Call: 752-6317 or 633-0029.

Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of
Plant City meets the first Friday
of every month from 7 to 8:45
p.m. at Ms. Cherie's Art & Frame
Shop, 119 W. Alexander St. The
group was formed to help chil-
dren appreciate art and partici-
pate in hands-on activities. Call:
719-6887. ,


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Take A Stand For

Bus System
I share the concern of June Ambrose
about the city bus system ("City's Bus
Service Serves Vital Need," The Courier,
Sept. 28). For years grassroots nonprofits
have been fighting for the city bus but to no
avail; we've had to fight mismanagement of
duties and working with persons that do
not know how to run a simple bus system.
And the point is it should be a small simple
bus line; no one in their right minds would
ever go to HARTline as a ideal bus system.
We have complained to city hall about
the way the bus ran and were ignored. We
asked for a special day meeting or, like June
said, a bus to go to the night meeting, but
were either told it would be too expensive
or it was not possible.
Well we had workers filling up the buses
in the morning at one time but the city
changed the hours of operation. We citizens
that ride the bus have had to put up with no
cooperation from the city, bus company
changes, route changes and fare changes.
We deal on a daily basis with the whims
of city hall and the weather and ignorance
of the uninformed like Jerry Lofstrom -
("White Elephant Has City In The Red," The
Courier, Sept. 21).
We at no time were asked about the bus.
(We should be asked) if it is efficient or does
it work for the citizens of our fair city. Yet
every three months we read in print that
the city commissioners find the bus ineffi-
cient and too costly. They want 100 percent
occupancy at all times to pay for the bus.
No bus system anywhere pays for itself
and no bus runs 100 percent at all times.
It's not a intelligent way to run a system
made to assist the lives of the city residents.
The bus is inefficient because of money
mishandling, no advertisement and threats
of closing; the bus has not been backed by
the city at all.
We have the Strawberry Festival, Pig Fest,
car shows and winter carnivals where we
should be showcasing our public bus
system but we are not. The plain truth is
those in power never wanted this to work
and never lifted a finger to help the bus
when it started to go south.
They lost the public's trust in the system
and no trust equals no money when it comes
to buses. Jerry Lofstrom should know about
that being a business man. People like Jerry
Lofstrom do not understand the needs of all
the people in Plant City, just the lucky few
who drive SUVs or Hummers. Are not we as
a country supposed to be conserving our
energy? Maybe Jerry and others like him
need to ride the bus to work and try to exist
without a vehicle for a week and see how
easy life is.
I just want to encourage riders and
former riders to flood city hall and talk to
your commissioners about this issue.
For those that can't make the night meet-
ings, speak to your family, friends, your
church and get them to back you for a
change, not the city.
And why cant The Courier ask for letters
and opinions of the bus riders and publish
them instead of fluff articles?

Renee Certelli
Plant City

Bus Numbers

Don't Add Up
On Sept. 25,1 I attended the Plant City City
Commission meeting to speak at the public
hearing for the proposed budget for the
new fiscal year. My purpose was to encour-
age the commission to remove an item
which has been a dismal waste of taxpayer
money for the last few years before finaliz-
ing the budget.
Originally funded by a federal grant, the
Strawberry. Express bus_ .service was .an

experiment to see if Plant City could
support, was ready for, or even in need of, a
mass transit bus service. We now know the
answer is no to all these questions. The
experiment, and the federal grant, ended a
few years ago; and yet the city commission
has decided to continue wasting money on
this inefficient service that is barely used.
Commissioner Mary Yvette Thomas
Mathis has said that not all services have to
support themselves with revenue. At face
value, this is true; but there are some qualifi-
cations which should be applied to such
services to determine their true need. The
service should be available to a majority of
citizens; and a good portion, although not
necessarily a majority, of citizens should
use, or at least benefit, from the service. The
bus service passes neither of these tests.
The bus service is not available to a
majority of Plant City citizens.
Comic Steven Wright once quipped that
everywhere is within walking distance if
you have enough time. But in reality, a
search of the Internet reveals literally hun-
dreds of references to a reasonable walking
distance as applied specifically to mass
transit as being 1V to V2 mile (or 5 to 15 min-
utes), which means a majority of Plant City
citizens do not live within a reasonable
walking distance from a bus stop, and so
cannot be considered to have the service
available to them.
Do a good portion of Plant City citizens
use, or at least benefit from, the bus service?
According to the Strawberry Express
Monthly Performance Report for August
2006, the average daily boardings for the
current fiscal year is 133. The actual number
of users is less, since most people boarding
will actually board at least once more that
day to return home. With an estimated Plant
City population of 32,408, even the inflated
value of 133 people a day still equates to less
than 1/2 percent of Plant City citizens.
When 50 percent or more of a population
uses mass transit, it is easy to see that the
other 50 percent receive a benefit: reduced
traffic, reduced pollution, and potential
economic advantages of having a more
mobile consumer population are all bene-
fits to individuals who may never step on a
bus. These benefits can be seen at even
lower usage percentages. But when just a
few percent or /2 of a percent of a popula-
tion use mass transit, then no benefit is
gained by the rest of that population. There
is no detectable reduction in traffic conges-
tion, no economic advantages, and running
large diesel vehicles all day long for such a
small percentage of people actually
increases air pollution.
Mayor John Dicks has noted that the bus
schedule isn't people-friendly, as it runs from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. However, when the bus service
originally started, the busses started rolling at
6 a.m. and continued until 7 p.m. People
didn't ride the busses then either. It isn't a
"people-friendly" issue, it's an "unneeded
service" issue. Even if riding the bus was free,
as Mayor Dicks wanted to do last year, I sus-
pect ridership wouldn't increase.
It's just not a needed service. That is evi-
denced by two periods in the past year
when free rides were offered. In December
2005, free rides were offered during the
Christmas season, but ridership was exactly
in line with the annual average. And in
March, when citizens, and tourists, could
ride the bus for free to the Strawberry Festi-
val, thereby avoiding the parking fees, there
was only an insignificant increase in riders
from 0.41 percent to 0.47 percent.
Commissioner Rick Lott has suggested
setting benchmarks for the bus service.
Why? It has missed every benchmark, every
target, every expectation that has ever been
in place for it. And what kind of bench-
marks do you set for such a dismally per-
forming service? A 1,000 percent increase
in revenue? A 1,000 percent increase in
riders? It is foolish and naive to believe that
after five years it would suddenly start out-
performing in such a remarkable way, but
even if it did, that would still place it only
. generating less .than half its, cost, while .

being used by less than 4 percent of Plant
City citizens.
Despite years of such extraordinarily poor
performance, each year our city commis-
sion has decided on another year of wasteful
funding of the bus service. It has been said
that it is difficult to end a service like this
after it starts. It's not really difficult at all; it
only takes three commissioners willing to
stand up and say enough of throwing money
away. Unfortunately, we just don't seem to
have three of those type commissioners.

J.R. Pitts
Plant City

Thanks Mayor,

Commissioners For

Fighting For Buses
Re. Jerry Lofstrom's column ("White Ele-
*phant Has City In The Red," The Courier,
Sept. 21), why, after five years, do you now
speak up against the buses in Plant City?
I know it was not written by you as there
are too many money percentages and
closed information the public is not given. I
know as I have tried for many reasons and
have been rebuffed. So it is on the two
things, either all is a lie or it was a letter
given to you to report so that city hall would
look innocent of the crime.
Who invited you to ride the bus on the
day you claim? Too much information for
someone who never rode the buses before.
Your mistake Jerry was allowing yourself to
be used for their benefit.
You talk of waste, believe me you haven't
even scratched the surface.
March 2002: Changes of the times and
routes. So many changes made these past
months that people are confused and many
have stopped riding the buses. Went to City
Hall to discuss what should be done to
increase rider-ship. Not belonging to the
"Good Old Boy Club" I was totally ignored.
September 2002: Here we go again in a
Catch-22 situation, still playing games with
the bus schedule and confusing the riders
even more.
June 2003: Changes made again. This
time only two buses to be used and no
longer Saturday service. Buses to run on an
hourly trip from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. making
them unavailable for people to get them to
and from work.
If the City is so concerned about saving
money why was a new tennis court built?
The double standard of running this city is
causing an uprising from the people who
care. I am no longer alone fighting for the
changes to be made. The people now know
that in strength there is power to win.
If you are so concerned about the empty
buses in Plant City, why don't you go to
Brandon's city hall and complain of the
cost of empty buses in your town. I know
how empty they are as I rode them twice a
week when the 28x bus to Tampa was avail-
able. I was the only passenger on the vari-
ous bus routes throughout your city.
Why don't you find out what occurs in
other cities across America. Yes, they are
also subsidized and still need more money,
but they know that whatever the cost the
people must have transportation.
Thanks to Mayor John Dicks and commis-
sioners Rick Lott and Mary Yvette Thomas
Mathis for fighting to keep the bus system
going. But remember that you must train
those in charge as well as the drivers, to know
what must be done for proper us of the buses.

Lorraine Wigger
Plant City

(Editor's note. As the editor of all the local letters and
columns that appear on this page, I can assure readers
that Jerry Lofstom was the sole author of the recent
column on the city bus system alluded to above. The
facts and figures he included which I reviewed before
the column was published where researched by him.
All these documents are in the public recordat city halL):

Continued From Page 4
01 p.m., 300 block East Cal-
houn Street
Vehicle burglary, 10 p.m.,
4200 block Amberjack
Vehicle theft, 10:30 p.m.,
200 block South Waller Street
Sept. 14
Vehicle theft, 2 a.m., 500
block West Ball Street
Vehicle burglary, 4:45 a.m.,
4200 block Amberjack
Vehicle theft, 8 a.m., 500
block North Maryland Avenue
Trespassing, 10:38 a.m.,
2000 block James L. Redman
Vehicle burglary, 9 p.m., 600
block East Cherry Street
Residence burglary, 3 p.m.,
1600 block West Ball Street
Criminal mischief, 5:30
p.m., 1000 block North Nancy
Terrace Drive
Grand theft, 6:25 p.m., 4000
block South Frontage Road
Vehicle burglary, 11:56 p.m.,
600 block East Alexander
Sept. 15
Battery, 2:20 a.m., 300 block
Park Springs Circle
Battery, 8 a.m., 1500 block
Plantation Grove Court
Vehicle theft, 9:29 a.m.,
1100 block East Baker Street
Vehicle theft, 3 p.m., 600
block West Ball Street
Battery, 3 p.m., 1200 East
Laura Street
Vehicle theft, 4:30 p.m., 100
block Fairwinds Circle
Criminal mischief, 5 p.m. ,
North Park Road
Vehicle burglary, 5 p.m., 800
block South Woodrow Wilson
Vehicle burglary, 6 p.m., 600
block South Alexander Street
Vehicle burglary, 6:24 p.m.,
900 block East Calhoun Street
Vehicle theft, 9 p.m.,
Lampkin/South East Drane

Continued From Page 2
New phone numbers for
Planteen Recreation
The Planteen Recreation
Center has a new phone
Contact Planteen Recrea-
tion supervisor Chris Wash-
burn by e-mail at
cwashburn@plantcitygo- or by phone at 659-
4200, Ext. 4340.
Contact recreation depart-
ment program manager Deb-
orah Haldane by e-mail at
or by phone at 659-4200, Ext.

Flute gathering
The free Silverhawk Native
American Flute Gathering and
Arts and Crafts Show is set for
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 7. The
gathering, organized by Dock
Greene Silverhawk of Plant
City is sponsored by the Flor-
ida Native American Society
and the Pasco County Parks
and Recreation Department.
It is hosted by the Central
Florida Flute Circle and Indian
River Flute Circle. The event is
staged at the Withlacooche
River Park, 12459 Withlacoo-
chee Blvd., Dade City and will
include entertainment, food
and drinks and an authentic
Indian Village and 1850 settle-
mention site.,.. -I -, .


Mark Filosi
Registered Pharmacist

Extra Health Tip:
Hand Sanitizer
Washing your hands with soap and water
is still one of the most effective ways to
kill germs. However, when you aren't
near a sink, an alcohol gel sanitizer is a
good alternative. The alcohol gels are
effective at killing most bacteria and
viruses found on the skin. Also, they do
not lead to drug-resistant bacteria as
do antibacterial soaps. Make sure to
choose a hand sanitizer that is at least
60% alcohol. If you need help finding
one, a member of our staff will be
happy to assist you.




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Children's Health Fair

Get Into the Game of Health!

Walk, Run or Jump on Over to Kid's Health!
At South Florida Baptist Hospital, we've been helping kids
stay healthy for more than 50 years. That's why we're ready
for a day of health that's fun and games for the whole family.

"Karing for Kids" Children's Health Fair for Infants to

Arthur Boring Building
Strawberry Festival Grounds
2406 W. Reynolds St., Plant City
Call (813) 757-8511
for more information.
So it's "game on" for
a fun and informative
festival that's sure /
to be a winner!

* Bicycle raffle for
boys and girls
Fun food available

Special Thanks to Our Spons
* Bella, Hermida, Gillman, Hancock
and Mueller
* Edward Jones Michael S. Cameron
* Florida Strawberry Festival
* Hal Paul Enterprizes, Inc.
* HealthEase
* Jackson Hewitt Tax Services

* Owens & Minor, Inc.
* Pepsi Bottling Company of Tampa
* Plant City Kiwanis Club
* St. Joseph's Cancer Institute
* Sunshine State Federal Savings
and Loan
* Tooth Caboose

Have Fun!
* Moonwalk
* Face painting
* Bayflite helicopter
* Infant play area
* Teddy bear clinic
"bring own teddy bear"
* Learn basic Karate moves
* Tour fire engine

Get Informed
* Sun safety
* Backpack safety
* Burn prevention
* Kids' nutrition
* Germbusters
* Allergies
* Ask a Pediatrician

Get Prepared
* Kid picture IDs
* Kid fingerprinting

Get Checked
* Blood pressure
. Vision
* Foot screenings
* Height/Weight evaluations
* Scoliosis screenings
* Dental screenings

* Kash n' Karry
* Kid City at Tampa Children's

For more information, call (813) 757-8511.
South Florida Baptist Hospital
301 N. Alexander St. Plant City, FL 33563 (813) 757-1200




Hole-In-One For Steve, Again




Plant City's Dr. Steve
Smith carded his third hole-
in-one Sept. 23 at Fox
Hollow Golf and Country
Club in New Port Richey.
The feat, witnessed by
three members of his
foursome, including his
cousin Richard Bracewell,
also from Plant City -
happened on the 128-yard,
16th hole.
His first ace was at Lake
Buena Vista in 1980. The
second came at the High-
lands South course of the
Westin Innisbrook Resort in
Palm Harbor in 2002.
Congratulations Steve.

Teala, Amanda star on stage
Teala Longoria and
Amanda Holland have been
best friends since they were
12, so it is no surprise they
are following in each other's
dance steps. The talented
dancers are performing this
weekend at 8:15 p.m., Oct.
6-7 -- at the Village Players'
James McCabe Theatre in
Valrico in a production of
"Peter Pan."
Teala, a graduate of Plant
City High, teaches dance at
Center Stage in Plant City
and works for the law firm of
Griffin and Associates in
Amanda, a graduate of
Durant High School, also
teaches at Center Stage and
is a student at Hillsborough
Community College, major-
ing in elementary education.
Parents, Betty and Ben
Longoria, and Connie and
Allen Holland, all of Plant
City, are rightfully proud of
their daughters.
Curtain time is 8:15 p.m.;
a pre-show, featuring songs,
jokes, beads, magic and
tattoos for the kids, begins at
7:30 p.m. Tickets are $10.
The theater is at 506 Fifth St.
Call: 205-9694.

Crockett gets degree
Congratulations to David
Crockett who graduated
from the University of
Florida this summer with a
bachelor's degree in envi-
ronmental horticulture.
On campus, he worked
with Sudeep Vyapari and
Michael Dukes on an evapo-
transpiration controller
project, where he installed
and maintained 20 large
landscape beds of turf and
mixed ornamental species.

Food Bank says thanks
,Linda Lawson, executive

KEVIN BRADY/Staffphoto
Teala Longoria and Amanda Holland, left, surround Tinkerbell in
a production of "Peter Pan." This is the last weekend you can see
the two Plant City girls on stage where they perform as pirate
girls and fairies.

David Crockett, above, earned his degree at the University of
Florida's Gulf Coast Research and Education Center in Plant City.
Below, Maj. Korey Brown and his wife Tracy celebrate Korey's
recent promotion.

Photo courtesy of Kathy Smith
Dr. Steve Smith recently holed his third ace on a the golf course.


Photo courtesy of Linda Lawson
Dave Rosene, left, Andy Land, Teresa Rice and Krysta Stafford all
did their bit for a recent literacy drive.

Photo courtesy of Maddie Alford

director of United Food
Bank and Services of Plant
City, wants to thank Gerdau-
Ameristeel. The company
helped out in the Food
Bank's recent literacy drive
which saw almost 3,000
books given to area children.
The Plant City and Tampa
Sable Park offices of Gerdau-
Ameristeel held a three-day
contest for the drive with
Andy Land of Sable Park
bringing in 1,534 books. For
his efforts, Andy was pres-
ented with four Bucs game
tickets by his division
manager, Dave Rosene.
Other generous contribu-
tors were Albertson's Plant
City Distribution Center, the
Bruton Memorial Library
Literacy Committee and
many community volun-

-See BRIGGS, Page 12 ,

Photo courtesy of Sparkman family
Amanda Nicole Sparkman will
be Miss March on Durant High
School's calendar. ..........

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Debbie Siebenthal, left, and Dorothy Rogers are collecting for
the needy at their. Plant CityUPS store . .





JeffHowell: Church On The Rock

The Rev. Jeff Howell, a
1980 graduate of Plant City
High School, is not
interested in publicity. Not
for himself, that is.
"Is there any way this
could be about Jesus and not
me?" he asked at the begin-
ning of our interview.
Howell's idea is to introduce
people to Christ and then
blend into the background.
Today's "In the Spirit" may
be all about Howell, but
Howell is all about his
For more information on
the church, 301 E. Alsobrook
St., call 752-3740 or visit

Q: Where were you raised?
A: I was born in Jackson-
ville in 1962 and we moved
to Plant City when I was 5.
To me it's almost like a
concrete jungle now.

Q: What did you do after
A: I'd had a lot of chal-
lenges and was ready for a
change. I wound up being a
U.S. Navy engineering
laboratory technician glow
in the dark stuff. But going
back to sea was the end of
the line for me.

Q: Why?
A: I met Christ as Lord and
Savior and I wanted to be
involved in a local church,
somewhere I could be
counted on.
Q: How did you meet
A: A shipyard worker in
Puget Sound shared his
faith. He loaned me his old
Gideon New Testament it
was held together with duct
tape. I realized I had fallen
short of God's design and
lived a very self-centered
life. I was invited to a home
Bible study and then church.

Q: When were you dis-
A: 1988. I was hired on at a
nuclear generating station in
Louisiana. God started
talking with me about the
ministry. I argued with the
Lord. My argument was my
own inadequacy.
Q: An argument you lost?
A: God had to talk me out
of a seminary education. I
was in love with God and
wanted to be a faithful
shepherd. I got my first call
as an associate pastor in
1988. God immediately said,.
"Now I want you to go to

seminary." Then I did a
church plant in Jackson, La.
It was a great experience. I
was living on 10 acres and
could count the deer out my
bedroom window. But God
wanted us here.

Q: When did you marry?
A: 1994. I came to Plant
City on vacation, picked a
church out of the yellow
pages and saw Tina Lott in
the choir at Shiloh Baptist.
The first time we went out I
was too nervous to eat so we
drank coffee and talked
about the Lord. I'm forever
in debt to pastor Joe Bowles
- he told her she should
marry me. She has a heart
for the Lord. I'm blessed in
so many ways and beyond
measure. She's beautiful in
so many regards. We have
five children: Autumn, Tori,
Noah, Sarah Grace, and

Q: Why Plant City?
A: We were very content in
Louisiana but God showed
us. In 1997, I helped plant a
Brandon Church Bloo-
mingdale Oaks then the
Lord brought us to Southside
Baptist. We struggled with
the decision.

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Tina and Jeff Howell, pastor of Church on the Rock, have five
children: Autumn, Tori, Noah, Sarah Grace and Josiah.

Q: You're glad you came?
A: In 1980 I left here lost,
without a clue. God saved
my soul and called me to
serve him and brought me
back to pastor. It's a story of
victory and grace and mercy.
Author Corrie ten Boom said
we look at the back of the
needlework and the tangled-
threads and every once in a
while God lets us see the
other side of the picture. I
look at it and I'm just

Q: Has this church grown?
A: God has transformed

the church. We've grown
from around 45 to 180 in
worship. Children's' worship
is strong; around 30 teenag-
ers come to Edge Student
Ministries. God has really
brought all the ages alive
here. The church has
become multi-ethnic with
blended worship. We
changed the name to
"Church on the Rock."
Q: Why "Rock?"
A: People identify; Chevro-
let's "Built like a rock,"
Prudential "Piece of the
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(t59- 600
.l/e-n (Ihapel- 110 I. hiaum t.
52. -"59
Iounat Oli.e. III II.. Ihe/ison 51
1lounl Olit'e. IHorlon Rd. "3 "2628

tbmbilea .ponltolia:
1501I (/lon Rd. ".3496
Apostolic (hurnh ojfJeis hrist:
1212 : Remioldn. s"-5130
Abundant life. Pintcrest Rd.
fllhia. 685--1i2
Belhanr,. 9801 Harnme Rd.
thonotosassa. 986-5"1
(a/ilan' fellousbip.
II10.V. Gordon St.. "52-5005
(hristian l fe. Isse nir.
3120 Miller Rd., 65'"-4802
Dorer first: iR 5-" 16 Pet/le Rd.
Faith Temple: I-I at Hillsborough-Polk
countyy ine. 52-0.532
Faith lighthouse:
3409 5R39 1. 52- 1885
Firl Plant (ih:
(harlie 6riffin Rd.
ff oyR 9 S., "2.351
forItl.4afini (oer of Soulh/ Hui. f9
. i-ille Rd. T ""-656
Keist ille. SR 640. "J'-. %5
lfonml lion.
I. at lionotosassa Rdt, 52-1614
Pleasant G6ro e:
furkenr reek Rd, "'-..529
I Ito nirslitp (entlri.
(nun/l line RiL "54-15609
;dnev: Sidiner Rd. 1, 7I mi. f
ofSidnev Dot rRd. 6590532
Turkey (reek:
furker (reek Rd. ".-53" 2
Ahai a: liurkei reek Rd.
1. ofj'R 60. ."""39
4/1a/i Baptist: 222. Ilajia Chiunh Rd.

Intioch: Ilorton Rd. "' 33240
Berea 5R39S. -. "/-12
Belthani: Cork Rd, ".- 9209
Bethel: 804 I. Renfro it. "5'.2239
Beulah: .Mien (o Cunti Ilie Rd.
lithia. II.1122
Bible. marlie 6rinfin Rd.
BunImhood temple: Furlid Dr 6
SR 5"4. "52 J'82
(al/arn Free Will.
3539 Frapnell Rd E.
ledar 6rm e- E. Keisr ille Rd.
"".123 1
Central of lilbia:
Pinecres/ & hst rille Rd
(hunbh on the Rock:
301 E. A/sobrvok. "52.3-j"
(ommunit (Christian:
1310.. 5yannumon.e. "5i.5383
(mrosroads: R 3.9 5. Plnecrest.
(ountnside HaplLt (imirh..
13322 Svdinel Rd.. 5"1.-9200
Dorerinrst: \. Gallagher Rd.
Faslside: 1318 I1. Calboumn .
last / onotosassa: kIcilosh
C& .lighlsGriffin Rd. 986-i4.146
faith Temple Primilit e:
808 I ashinglon St. "5'-6661
first Baptist (hurch o ,Milduai..
Mliduai Rd. '52. 209
Finrst BaptAtl lithiua:
Inlersection oJ 'R 39 ,
lithia.PineerestRd. "'-.1121
First Plant (ih:
503. A. Palmer. "52. 104
firtl /honoilsassa llissiunar-:
thInlosh Rd. 986. ~t56
Harmonic Baptist (hurth:
6008 U. lOights ,rijjin Rd. 986 "165
HIopeueaier. 56"-.55i4
Hopewell: SR 19 5. "-.'.3053
Knighls. Paul BIuchnuin thin.
"52. 492

leub,mnoni Bmurch Iforbes Rd.
line Oak. lonei Oak Rd. "51- 52"8
.toniml Itoriah fIre- ill.
Warren & johnson it. "5. 439"
Ioiunt toriah lreenill-
20i2 (olson Rd. "3". 1490
neal Oldit e- I604h Ball 51.,

leu Hope Freen ill
Baptist (hurcb:
3101 i'dr'r Doter Rd.. Doter
len .1I. lion lreeu ill-
31141 [iniels Rd.. "52-39-85
I'00) Franklin St., "522"9
Oakud: .Airport Rd. "'52-5499
Plant i ity Primitlihe:
509 %. Eren s t. "54-3261
Pleasant Gmrore first:
Tarke C(reek Rd, "".2556
Shiloh Baptist Chun-b:
905 I. Terrace Dr.. "5v- '5
Springheadk 5. 'iggins Road.
St. luke .lissionarn:
10 5S. Carnell Sit, "5- 992
St. Marys Freewill:
Hunter & warren t. "54-6853.
St. flarn, h.isionar.-"
1804 SR. 60E.. 3"-.3668
St. lan-'s Conimuniv churchh:
90" E. Laura St. "51 /616
rdner. 1510 I re Rd. 659.1502
lurker (reek onmrnnntih
Baptist (humnh:
54-" lurkci (wrek Rd.
813-' "- 122i
Turke. (reek First
frnpnell Rd. "52. "890
I irtin'r fi.sionar-: Itiki Rdl
iHiewme Baptist: 1 1.'0, he ome
Ohurih ,1 t(613 "3"'.22-1
iestLi'de. 2503 : Gramnfield.t e
lhiteburmt Rd 901 thbithunrt Rd.

little Inion- 15510i (ount Rd 39.
lilthia. 03- 4 "54
'ialem Primilhie:
1H+402 Salem (liunh Rd., ildnelm

%t. Clement. 1104l\ .Ile.\ander Pt.

,.. Wilder Rd- 938 %. Wilder Rd.
Cork: (ork Road. "52 1521
Laura 't: 1310 1. laura 1,.
Springhead. higgins Rd, "54- 1485

I i :, ili lof, l ,rin il
First: 210l Thnotosassa Rd.

(ornerslone (hristian:
.kIlntosh Rd. \oJf 5R 5"4

Aneu' (race: 121i F laura St

iCi-ivelandl Tenn I
Calian (ormnnunilt:
5209 Smith Rrals Rd
Downer Doun ing 51. 659-.290
Plant (lv: 210.5 Iudlake Rd. "52-4591
Turker Creek: lurkes (reek Rd
at il R6 "'. 1311
'02. V. arlor Rd., 986.1916

|Anrii r or i iji jri i
hingsnal First- 280.S hingsnuar \ .
Seffiner. 65"-'"500
Plant (0ll: tirae Fell/on hip
"13.11sobroak /. 61b-8190
linr: .N. Gordon and Baker 51.
Gusplol abernacle. .Illen &. Haines 1t

St. Peter-5. 101 (ar. /,.
"52 5 (61

Detlnr- (hunr lfP"liPul ciht
1112 \. hlieeler 't.

Delil-eratne labernam:i:
08 li. 6rantl St.
Refutge (hurnh olOur lonrd:
"28 I: Ball St.

Full 6orpel TabernuIle:
2311 Samnomils Rd. '5-1 38i-3
Restoration .ssemnblr:
106 5. Eien %it.
Et angelisls for fesus haernamle:
'R 5"-#. E of Dorer. 659-0102

(alt anr' ( Ipel Plant (it':
1310 ,\orth Sbannon. Ire.. 892-0510
Christian Gron th (enter.
1310,\. Shannon. "19-'909
Covenant Bible Churrh:
&-1081. lomlin/ t. "'5-1131
Deeper life Fellonwship:
(orilla Rd, H of R 39 A.
Reri al (Oitrelh (enter:
225 '. Doner Rt. 681.2250

Kingdom IHall: 32012 1. fnrlarm.ti e.

(hunch hoaifesus (hri/l IIt.
1805 ,\ Park Rd. "52-6356-

Ho/pe ICf5: 2101 Park litd,. 52-4622
lord of life El(.1:
210H .Ihu lake Rd. "52.6064

Plant (it' (iomntunlti.
(himnhj other \azarene
202 Miuthlike Roau. '52.52 "-86.5

Full Gospel Iellou.l hip:
Ir. ihlin Ate
Full 6oipel Tabernacle.
2311 Sammonds Rd. "'i-.5384.

greater loie thristian (enter:
1109,. franklin St. "59.82"0
Impact famnilY' Ihonip (enter:
Sleets at Seffner Eleimentan'
school 65"-"914
haino hInternational
(lhurh of irrida:
902 1. Renjo it. "64-i0929
tampa Bible Fellonship:
10201 E. Hillsborough.Aie. "5+2b6"
UnitIr (hrist Churrh:
1911 ,\. Goiodn St. 659 2624-
lounnin's Praise and liorship enter
l1.. 921

lhol. Protection Orthodox (murch:
3820 hoores lake Rd. Doier: 659-012.

Greater Heights amili'
i worship Center
3 .01 Clemonos Rd. "5l- "088
lti'ing aeahrs foursquare
(hun/h: 602 5. IFters 't. "59.0528
%\eni Hope worship (enter.
603 C. Miahone S't. 5"- 612.

D)t er. ioore Lake I l
(hunih Rd. 659-1301
church of the living (od:
1102 I -ler it. 5"-51064

lt angelical Plani (it'.
I 0" (Iharlie (rifflti Rd. "59-.93 5
lirst Presbi terian Plant (Cit"
104 BU. Rel-nohUis it. "52 211

halk mtilb God ItinisOnr.:
15140 SR 5"1. Doe r. 659.09.50

PlantU 1t: 220.5 trmnberrr Dr.
"52 i4694

'L I "I Single. gain tfellou-shipe .
fiangelism '; 2011 .outlh iggitn RIL.

Firsn: 105 ..lJohinson Rd.

5/. Itark l tlled (Chunr*
291 lithia -Pinerrest Rd., alrico.

Cork: 415 '.am .tllen Rd.
Doi er Fir-sl: Ioore's lake Rd at
Methodist (Ihumh Rd. 659-1415
First Plant (ih: 303. Erers St.
race: 1801 E. Cherry. 5. 659-3"I
Sunset Heights: caller Br. "5--2H1
pring/head: 2105 Sparknman Rd,
S1. luke: 809 1 Iaura 51. "5"'-t651
thonotosassa: Fort Aling HIln at
fistletoe Dr., 986 "135
Irinih Plant Itv':
402 W. English St. "52-9316

Faith Outre'ih (limrch oJ Plant ih
IH( Plant /Iil0 Campus'
John R hrinkle Building
1206 northh Park Rd.. '59.92-3

Trinity United
Methodist Church
402 En ,/lisl .St..
Plant Cin'
For inspiring, meaningful
and practical worship,
join us Sunda)
10:30 am

Guest Speaker
Anne Butcher

For Small Group
Tire-. ,nd L..:,II.:. r,
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Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sul.Ja .A CI II ilI
Sunday Worship Services
S 5 3 n. a ,nd r p ri
Tuesday, '.in-m
'PV. mcri,' S,.i.p ..I i .I CLuh
Wednesday Worship r p 5i
Aie nr.ii l,,r Cl'll.Jiia
A. _iiuden '. M.".I p r..
905 W. Terrace Dr. iv ,,- ,, r,,.,,..ii.,

St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pm English, 6:30pm Spanish
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
On1 ... 574 D'ioer
Sunday Masses
7am & 10 3Kam Erghis-r. :
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St. .L
Plant City, FL 33563
iOh 1-4. E,.i 1 .,ulhl
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
is131754-1237 or sti3,478-1185

First United
Church of
Plant City
33 3N Evcr. Strrt
DoLwnito Plart C!hI

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Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 10.00 AM
Morning Worship II 00 A.M
Evening Worship -6 00 RMI.
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
7.00 RM
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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
at the Ramada Inn; Friday
afternoon session from 2 to 5
at First Baptist Church for
pastors and staff; and Friday
evening conference from 7 to
9 at First Baptist Church
featuring special music.
Oct. 14: Saturday morning
conference from 9 to noon;
Saturday afternoon confer-
ence from 1 to 3.
Call: 752-8345 or 754-7445.

Jewish services
Temple Emanuel, 600 Lake
Hollingsworth Drive, Lake-
land, serves the Jewish com-
munity in Eastern

Hillsborough and Polk coun-
ties. Call: (863) 682-8616.
One stroke painting
The Women's Ministry of
First Baptist Church of Bran-
don plans a three-month
"Share the Spirit" ornament
bonanza in which students
will learn the one-stroke tech-
nique and create ornaments
which will be given in baskets
to military families or families
in need. Class dates are: Oct.
13 and 19; and Nov. 9 and 16.
All dates are Thursdays at 6
p.m. at the church, 216 N. Par-
sons Ave.
Information: 689-1204 or

St. Clement plans 'coming
home' ministry
St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
is inviting all inactive Catho-
lics to join a "coming home"
program. The program runs
until Nov. 2 from 7 to 9 p.m.
for six consecutive Thursday
According to a church
release, the program "will pro-

vide an opportunity for you to
share your concerns and
answer any questions you
may have about the Catholic
faith. We want you to know
that we miss you and want to
help you to reconcile your dif-
ferences with the Church."
Call: 752-8251.
Bible study at Trinity United
Trinity United Methodist,
402 W. English St., offers a
weekly Bible study course every
Wednesday morning at 9:30.
The church also holds a dis-
cipleship class Wednesdays
from 7 to 8 p.m. Books for the
course are $10 each and can
be ordered from the church.
Call: 752-9316.
Bible study
A Bible study of the Book of
Genesis takes place Wednes-
days from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at
The Lakes Clubhouse, 723 E.
Sam Allen Road. Call: 752-2779.
First Baptist offerings
The following events will be
offered by First Baptist Church
See OFFERINGS, Page 15

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UPS Store hosts food drive
Fall is especially busy for
the United Food Bank and
area businesses are working
hard to provide assistance to
families in eastern Hills-
borough County.
One of those businesses is
the UPS Store, 117 W.
Alexander St., which has a
goal of collecting an average
of 10 pounds of food and $10
a day during the month of
The store is offering $2 off
shipping to those who bring
in a canned or boxed food
item. The store will also be
collecting financial dona-
tions for the food bank.
Those donating money
will be asked to guess how
many items make up 100
pounds of food with a Nov. 1
drawing to see who had the
best guess. An iPod will go to
the winner.

PCE tackles 'God's Favorite'
The Old Testament Book
of Job will be modernized in
November when Jennifer

Jackson directs Plant City
Entertainment's first play of
the season, "God's Favorite,"
a Neil Simon comedy.
Cast members include
John Harrer, Daniel Roberts,
Brittnie Turner, Dodie
White, Peter Baker, Angela
Hollis, Tyler Hollis and Tom
Helping behind the scenes
will be Shirley Outen, Lou
Baird and Kay Secord.
Call Jennifer Jackson, 757-
0425 or 754-4929, for tickets
or information.

Salutes for Korey
Korey E. Brown was
recently promoted to the
rank of major in the U.S.
Brown and his family are
currently stationed at Fort
Benning, Ga., where he is
the executive officer for the
2nd Battalion, 11th Regi-
Korey is the son of Ed
Brown of Plant City.
Congratulations Korey
and family.

Amy puts her back
into charity work
Amy Rayburn Hulsizer
joined the Verizon team at
the Catholic Charities
Dragon Boat Race in Balti-
more this summer and
competed against 29 other
The races raised $400,000
for charity. Though T. Rowe
Price won the event, Amy
said it was an amazing
experience and the Verizon
team only lost by .16 of a
Amy is the daughter of
Robert and Sue Moos of
Plant City.

She's a beauty
Well done Amanda Nicole
Sparkman who was voted
Miss March at the recent
Durant High School Cal-
endar Girl contest. A beauty
inside and out, Amanda is a
worthy winner.

Have a birthday or family
event you would like to see in
Betty's column? Send items
to gabylee@tampabay- or mail or hand
deliver to The Courier, c/o
Betty Briggs, 101 N. Wheeler
St., Plant City, FL 33566.

Continued From Page 9
Rock." With Christ I stand on
solid rock. I'm not that
smart, I'm not that wise. God
has done these things. I'm
just trying to stay up with
what he's doing and not get
in his way.

Q: Do you have a vision?
A: I see us reaching people
from all walks of life. It's
about the Lord here. I
foresee ministry that will
reach people in different
ways. I have a picture in my
mind but it's hard to find the

Q: What's your favorite
A: "Great is thy Faithful-
ness, morning by morning
new mercies I see." There's
not a day when I don't find a
merciful loving and gracious

Q: What do you do for fun?
A: We like to go camping. I
like to go home and get on
the floor with my kids. They
say, "Daddy's home" and

pile on.

Q: Pick a scripture for
A: Psalm 40, the first few
verses. "I waited patiently
for the Lord ... he set my feet
on a rock and gave me a firm
place to stand ..." It absolu-
tely fits with the church.

Q: Are you optimistic?
A: Absolutely. I'm passion-
ate about reaching people
with the life-changing
message of Christ and his
love for them. There's
opportunity on every hand.
It doesn't matter where
you've been, what you've
done, what you look like.
You can come here and be
well received.

-.Derek Maul

Do you have someone you
would like to see us profile in
this column? Call Derek
Maul at 245-2304 or e-mail
him at derekmaul@gmai-

Say you saw it in The Courier

We are seeking men and women
who are taking methotrexate for
rheumatoid arthritis but are still
experiencing symptoms of stiff,
tender and swollen joints to take
part in a research study.

The purpose of this research is
to evaluate the effectiveness of
an investigational
medication on controlling the
signs and symptoms of
rheumatoid arthritis when taken
in addition to methotrexate.

Participants must:
* Be at least 18 years old
* Have active rheumatoid
* Be taking 10 to 25 mg of
methotrexate per week
* Have at least 6 tender joints
and at least 6 swollen joints

The study medication will be
taken daily for 12 weeks. Study
medication and medical
evaluations will be provided.
Participants will be asked to
complete a number of.arthritis .
assessment questionnaires and,
provide blood and other, samples
for laboratory results. -

For more information, please contact

E-mail: research@

Coronary Artery Disease is the number one killer in
the U.S.. An estimated 64 million people in the U.S. have
Cardiovascular Disease nearly 1 in 5 men and women. Of
that number, 13 million have Coronary Heart Disease, the
leading cause of heart attacks.
Nuclear Stress Testing is especially useful in diagnosing
Coronary Artery Disease and blockages in coronary arter-
ies. Dr. Max Rattes opened the first in-office Nuclear Stress
Test Laboratory in Plant City in December of 2000. Nuclear
stress testing produces images of the heart indicating areas
that are receiving less blood, indicating trouble spots.
Heart attack symptoms include discomfort or pain in
chest, arms, back, neck, or jaw, shortness of breath, nausea,
or light-headedness.
For more information on Nuclear Stress Testing call
Dr. Rattes' office at 752-3456

Live Music
:Red Hawk Band

The Plant City Police Department
Motorcycle Team will perform
three shows.

Dr. Max Rattes
with Nuclear Medicine
Jennifer Bogush

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A, Onf B, "s. l /--\ ,. y IIn front ofKaib n' larrv
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More than 10 categories:
* Custom Street cruiser
* Sport/import Antique
* Tour/bagger Harley-Davidson
* Ladies Chamber of Commerce
* Best Paint Best of Show

Door Prizes, Biker Games

At the end of the show we will raffle a
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Provides New Home

It didn't take much to stir up emo-
tions when Felicia Broome arrived for
the dedication of her new Habitat For
Humanity home at 1110 W. Drane St.
The Sept. 23 dedication represented
the culmination of thousands of vol-
unteer hours spent planning, design-
ing, preparing and building the
two-story, three-bedroom, two-bath
About 100 volunteers, Habitat offi-
cials, public officials, family and
friends were on hand for the 11 a.m.
dedication. Broome wasted no time
letting people know how she felt about
the new home and the large crowd
assembled for the dedication.
"You are going to mess me up,"
Broome said as she waded through the
enthusiastic and applauding throng.
Broome moved through the crowd,
giving hugs and hand shakes and a big
smile to everyone she got near her.
"I want to thank all the hundreds of
people, many of them who I don't even
know, for all the help and support
given for the construction of this
home," Broome said.
City Commissioner Robert Brown,
one of several city officials on hand,
was the guest speaker during the dedi-
"Plant City is a place of love," Brown
said. "This new house is another exam-
ple of the small town feel that is Plant
City. The creation of this house is the

"This new house is another
example of the small town
feel that is Plant City. This
is the first of many Habitat
homes to be built in Plant
City by our local Habitat
For Humanity chapter This
is a happy day."
Robert Brown
City Commissioner
result of a large commitment of many
volunteers. This is the first of many
Habitat homes to be built in Plant City
by our local Habitat For Humanity
chapter. This is a happy day."
Broome, a city employee who works
at the Bruton Memorial Library, quali-
fied to live in the house by meeting
several criteria.
To be considered for a Habitat
Home, the applicant must demon-
strate a need for adequate shelter and
must be currently living in substan-
dard housing. They must show an abil-
ity to pay a 20-year interest free
mortgage. According to Habitat, the
monthly mortgage payments amount
to roughly'$300 to $350 with a down
payment of $1,500. The applicant must
display a willingness to partner with
the Habitat for Humanity local chap-
ter, by performing a minimum of 500
hours working on the preparation of
the home.
"Our chapter received a great deal of
help and support from the Hills-

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Photo courtesy of Don Rainard
Felicia Broome, center, is the recipient of the Habitat For Humanity home at 1110
W. Drane St., and is surrounded by volunteers who helped clear the lot and
construct the home that she purchasing interest free. This is the first of several
Plant City Habitat homes scheduled for completion during the next 12 months.

borough County chapter," said Don
Rainard, the Plant City chapter direc-
tor. "We also received help from the
city of Plant City in the preparation
and infrastructure needed to make the
project possible."
Funds provided through the Com-
munity Development Block Grant pro-
gram allowed city water and sewer
lines to be extended several hundred
feet to supply those utilities to the
home. The cost amounted to $10,000,
Brown said.
The major expense to buy the lot and
build the home was supplied by major
corporate sponsors, Rainard said.

"Through the Hillsborough County
Habitat chapter Capitol One provided
$45,000 for the project," Rainard said.
"Wells Fargo contributed $35,000.
Without their support this house
would never have been built."
Rainard estimated that the house
was built for about $100,000 in spon-
sorships, grants and contributions. He
said the property should be valued at
around $175,000.
For information regarding the Habi-
tat For Humanity Plant City Chapter
call Don Rainard at 707-0331, or email
him at


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'Thank God, We 're Rich AtLast!'

I don't often get angry. It's
not in my nature. The genuine
article comes along only every
once in a while, and I am ill-
equipped my family tells me
to make the most of it. In
fact, it's a family joke.
"Remember the time daddy
thought he was mad and we
all laughed?" "Remember the
time daddy tried to cuss and
he didn't know any of the
good words?"
My daughter particularly
cherishes the Saturday
morning she was privy to my
discontent at an auto repair
shop. She was 8. "Daddy
actually said a rude word,"
she told anyone who would
Well, I was mad as blue
blazes the other evening after
I stumbled across a "Chris-
tian" TV show. The preacher
hawked off surefire financial
blessings, selling a mixture of
superstition and foul-smelling
mumbo jumbo. It made my
stomach turn it was so how
should I put this -
manipulative, crass and
contrary to the genuine
message of hope and redemp-
I was so upset we agreed
that I shouldn't write about it.
"I'm going to sound judgmen-
tal and petty," I said. "And
that's no help to anyone."
But then my Time maga-
zine arrived in the mail with
the following cover story.
"Does God Want You To Be
Rich?" So I guess we're all
wondering, aren't we?
Inquiring minds want to
The problem as I am
concerned does not lie with
megachurch pastors like Joel
Osteen, who is the author of
"Your Best Life Now: 7 Steps
to Living at Your Full Poten-
tial," so much as a.
fundamental realignment in
American values a cultural
shift that's taking much of our
religion right along with it.
Osteen is obviously a
decent and inspirational
leader who genuinely desires
to see people happy. Osteen's



message is carefully crafted
Christianity-lite, and while he
does preach "prosperity
theology" he should not be
confused with the charlatans
and frauds who inhabit the
outer limits of cable pro-
The real trouble resides
with our collective confusion
as Americans regarding
what it means to be happy.
Or, as Jesus put it, "blessed."
Let me explain.
We've talked before about
being obsessed with the
trappings of have-to-have-it
consumerism and the mea-
surable evidence of financial
prosperity. Well, today I want
to consider the ramifications
to our national character.
Remember Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr.'s famous 1963
speech in Washington, D.C.?
"Free at last," he said. Today
the mantra of America might
well sound like this: "Rich at
last! Rich at last! Thank God
almighty, we are rich at last!"
Such a foundation for mean-
ing worries me and I believe
the "prosperity theology"
movement is damaging to our
national soul..
When Abraham Lincoln
delivered the Gettysburg
Address in 1863 he succeeded
in helping our evolving
republic to define itself.
America, he eloquently
explained, is essentially an
idea- an initiative conceived
in liberty. Not just an idea but
an ideal. Not just a thought

What we have done
over the past few
decades is to redefine
the core American
ideal from that of
liberty to that of

but the ultimate principle.
America is dedicated to the
elemental proposition that
each one of us is created
equal. The struggle of the Civil
War, Lincoln said, was the
struggle to test if such a
proposition could possibly
What we have done over
the past few decades is to
redefine the core American
ideal from that of liberty to
that of prosperity. Twenty
percent turnout at the polls?
Well, the rest of us were
Not just Christians, I'm
talking about all 300 million
of us. Unfortunately, rather
than stand as witness to the
truth and expose the absur-
dity of "abundant life"
defined by consumption,
many religious people have
allowed the tenets of faith to
shift right along with the
values of the ambient culture.
That is what made me so
mad when I watched the TV.
And that's why I decided to
write about it today As a
Christian I'm embarrassed by
the content and offended by
the message. I've got to tell
you I'm genuinely worried
that people with otherwise
open hearts will reject the
idea of faith because they
simply won't be able to get
past the sham, the fleecing
and the lies and I really
wouldn't blame them.
When in doubt, listen to
Jesus. After all, it is his church.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can reach
him at



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8 with dinner following the
morning service. Call: 752-

"Old-Fashioned Sunday"
at church
Plant City Church of God,
2103 Mud Lake Road, plans an
"Old-Fashioned Sunday,".with
a concert with bluegrass Gospel
band Harvest after services Oct.
8 Attendees are invited to dress
up in the spirit of the "good old
days." Morning worship begins
at 10:30. Information: 752-4591
or www.plantcitychurchofgo-

Former Buc leads revival
Berea Baptist Church, 4305
S. James L. Redman Parkway,
is hosting a revival with for-
mer Tampa Bay Buccaneers
running back Mel Carver Oct.
8 at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., and
Oct. 9-11 at 7 p.m. Call: 737-

Church homecoming
Northside Baptist Church,
1700 N. Franklin St., plans a
church homecoming Oct. 8.
Schedule: Bible study, 9:45
a.m.; worship, 10:30 a.m.;
concert featuring Crimson
Creek, 11:30 a.m.; dinner on the

grounds, noon. Call: 752-2779.
Blood drives
Florida Blood Services
bloodmobiles will be on site
Oct. 9 at the following loca-
tions and times:
3304 Sydney Road from 9 to 11
Simmnons Career Center,
202 E. Grant St., 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Library plans puppet show
Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St., will pres-
ent the puppet show
"Abiyoyo," a South African
lullaby and folk story, Oct. 10
at 3:30 p.m. Schools or day
care groups may reserve space
for the 10 and 11 a.m. shows.
Call: 757-9215, Ext. 24.

Mommy and Me
Mommy and Me playtime
for ages 2 and older is offered
Wednesday from 10 a.m. to
noon at the Planteen Recrea-
tion Center, 301 Dort St. Call:

Library offers
computer classes
Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St., is offering

the following hands-on
computer classes from 2 to 3
Keyboarding and Mouse
Skills, Oct. 11.
Introduction to Windows,
Oct. 18.
Word Basics, Oct. 25.
Registration required one
hour before class begins. Call:

Free ESL class
Free English as a Second Lan-
guage class are offered from 6:30
to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Don
Polio Restaurant, 2403 Reynolds
St. The classes are sponsored by
the Church of Scientology of
Call: 872-0722.

Calling mature drivers
An AARP "55 Alive" driver
safety class is planned Oct. 12-
13 from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St. Fee is $10 per
Registration deadline is
three days before class. Regis-
tration: 757-9215.

Turkey Creek Class of '41
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1941 plans its
2006 reunion Oct. 12 at 11 a.m.
at Ozzie's Buffet & Grill, 790

W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
in Seffner.
Call: 752-1345.

Home buyer's seminar
Coldwell Banker Real
Estate, 1513 James L. Redman
Parkway, plans a seminar for
home buyers from 6 to 8 p.m.
Oct. 12
Call: 754-3586.

Dealership blood drive set
A Florida Blood Services
bloodmobile will be on site
Oct. 13 from 1.0 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at Bill Heard Chevrolet, 2002
N. Frontage Road.

Lions golf tournament
The Plant City Lions Club
Charity Golf Tournament is
set for Walden Lake Golf &
Country Club Oct. 13 with
lunch and sign-in at 11:30 a.m.
and tee time at 1 p.m.
Call: Jodi Smith, 757-8574.

Teen night at Planteen Center
A teen night is set for Oct. 13
at the Planteen Recreation
Center, 301 Dort St. The Plant-
een events are for ages 12 to 15
'and run from 7 to 11 p.m.
Cost: $5.
Information: Chris, Wash-
burn, cwashburn@plantcit- or 757-9166.


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of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Friday at 9 a.m. and
Sunday at 4 p.m., the Ladies
Ministry holds a Beth Moore
Bible study titled "To Live Is
This is an in-depth study of
the life and ministry of Paul.
Open to all women in the
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 The Collins Street Res-
taurant, 712 S. Collins St.
Call: 752-4104.
Free classes for those who
have gone through a divorce
or are facing Sundays from 5
to 6:15 p.m.
"Music to Grow On", a
group music class for pre-
Each class meets weekly for
45 minutes and experiences
basic music concepts through
instruments, moving, singing,
steady beat and more.

Morning and
classes offered.
Call: 750-4878.


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St. Clement golf tourney
The 8th annual St. Clement
Catholic Church Youth Minis-
tries Golf Classic will be Oct.
28 at Walden Lake Golf &
Country Club. Registration
begins at 11 a.m. with a shot-
gun start at 1 p.m. Register by
Oct. 16.
Cost: $50 per player,
includes golf and cart fees,
dinner and a raffle ticket.
Sponsorships available.
Call: Pete Weronik, 752-
8855, or Carol Rodriguez, 757-
6234, or e-mail

Golf tournament
The Plant City Optimist
Club/Plant City Recreation &
Parks Department 12th annual
golf tournament will be Oct.
21 at the Walden Lake Golf &
Country Club, 2001 Clubhouse
Funds raised benefit the
Optimist youth programs in
Plant City, which include flag
football, basketball and soccer
leagues as well as the citywide
Easter egg hunt, Steppin'
Stone Farm, essay contest,
oratorical contest, Respect for
Law program, Youth Appreci-
ation program, Little League
baseball team and four $1,000
high school graduate schol-
Registration starts at 11 a.m.
and the four-person scramble
format starts at 1 p.m. Cost:
$60 per person for golf, cart,
range balls, beverage tickets, a
meal and door-prize chances.
Hole sponsorships are also
Registration forms are avail-
able at the Recreation & Parks
Department administration
office, 1904 South Park Road,
and online at the PCRPD Web
rec, or call Walt Arnold, 752-
1602, Jeb Hicks, 754-8804, Pat
Stottlemyer, 759-1019, or Paul
Woods, 752-0356.

Eukovich named CAA
Co-Player of Week
Northeastern University
junior hitter Brittany Eukovich
was named the Colonial Ath-
letic Association Co-Player of
the Week for the week ending
Sept. 17.
Eukovich helped the
Huskies improve to 2-1 in the
CAA and 4-6 overall, as they
came back to win both
matches against defending.
champion and preseason
favorite Virginia Common-
wealth and William & Mary.
The Huskies are now fourth in
the conference standings.
Eukovich put up eight kills
with a match-high .438 hitting
percentage and four block
assists against VCU and tallied
10 kills with a .476 attacking
percentage in the win over
William & Mary. Eukovich
committed only one attacking
error in 37 total attempts as
she registered 22 points in two
matches. She played in all 10
of the Huskies' games over the
two matches.
Eukovich has a .317 attack-
ing percentage this season,
best among Husky hitters. She
has 65 kills and averages 1.86
See SPORTS, Page 17.


Tuning up for post-season
Durant girls golf coach Dick Scheffield, left, discusses strategy with sophomores Amy West,
right, and Heather Wyengyn during a recent match.

Shocker At Sarasota Sends

Cougars Into District Lead

Since Durant was the last team to humble
now-dynastic Lakeland, and has a 2003 state
semifinal appearance, to call what happened
last week the biggest win in program history
would be a stretch.
But it ranks pretty darn highly.
The Cougars went down to Sarasota and in
dramatic fashion, pulled out a 31-24 victory.
Durant, now 4-2 overall, and Sarasota River-
view, which won a similar close contest Friday
against Riverview, are the early leaders in the
very competitive Class 6A-District 6 race.
"To go down there and win a football game, I
don't care who you are, it is tough to do," said
Durant head coach Mike Gottman.
This week Durant looks to avoid an emotional
letdown, which should be made less likely due
to the opponent. The Cougars go up against
Newsome, which beat Durant in the spring
jamboree and is coached by former Durant
assistant Kenneth Hiscock.
Add to that, the fact that Newsome rolled
Durant 50-10 last year.
Letdown or no, the Cougars know their dis-
trict standing won't change Friday. Getting a
win against any 6A-6 team, much less on the
road, is a big accomplishment. For the Cougars
to pull it off, it took an exceptional effort from
junior quarterback Jeremy Fussell.
Fusselll not only threw for three touchdowns,
but he ran for 130 yards on just 11 carries.
"Jeremy had a really nice game, and the
defense did a great job of forcing them to pass,"
Gottman said. "We were tied at halftime and I
told the kids, this one is going down to the wire.
It was going to come down to who was able to
win it in the end."
Durant showed tremendous resiliency in
setting itself up for the big finish. It was 10-10 at
the break and the teams exchanged touch-
downs to start the third quarter. Then Jerome
Hugge made a great interception but it was
overturned on a questionable pass interference
call. Sarasota running back LaDarious Goggins
(178 yards) had a big run on the very next play
to set up quarterback Casey Kelly's go-ahead
But after that the Cougars took over. Fussell
drove the Cougars down the field and on
fourth-and-goal at the 1-yard line executed a
perfect play-action pass to Royce, Rose and

Evan Kelly's PAT made it 24-24.
Then the Cougar defense, doing a good job
of stuffing the line and making Kelly throw, got
the ball back to the offense. What turned out to
be the winning touchdown came on 51-yard
pass to Matt Wacaser.
Sarasota got the ball back twice with a
chance to force overtime but the drives started
deep in Sailor territory and never got anyw-
"We believed we could win the whole time,"
Gottman said. "We got stronger and stronger as
the game went and as my coaches pointed out,
you looked across the field (at Sarasota) and
saw some heads hanging."
Sarasota began the season 3-0 and was
ranked No. 9 in the state at that time, but then
fell out of the top 10 when it lost to Manatee.
Kevin Gainer had Durant's first-half touch-
down and a long run by Fudsell set up a 43-yard-
Kelly field goal which had the Cougars ahead
10-7. The Sailors jumped back ahead in the
third quarter but a 35-yard screen pass to
Archie Rembert resulted in a game-tying score
for Durant.
Josh Thomas had a big play on defense with
an interception as well.
Next Thursday's game with Riverview looms
large. The Sharks lost 21-10 to Sarasota River-
view thus harming their chances of a repeat
district title, but Riverview is far from elimi-
nated. Still if the Cougars can beat Riverview,
and Sarasota Riverview knocks off Sarasota,
then Durant and Sarasota Riverview will head
to the playoffs. Durant's Oct. 27 trip to Sarasota
Riverview would simply be for seeding in that
Durant has not been to the playoffs since the
state semifinal journey of 2003, Gottman's first
year as head coach. That was the year that
Durant upset Lakeland in the regular season to
win the district; the Dreadnaughts went out in
the first round but since then has not been
First thing's first, though, and Gottman is
not worried about a lack of focus against News-
"Oh, not, we'll be up for it. That score last
year should take care of that," he said.
Newsome (3-3) had a big district win itself
last Friday, topping Freedom in a wild 38-31
contest. The Wolves did most of their damage
on the ground, going for 276 yards there.
With the victory Newsome set itself up for a
possible first trip to the playoffs, which it would
likely clinch if it beats Middleton in a couple of

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The first victory for Kevin
Kelley as a head football coach
was, in his words, a bit boring
at times. But it sure wasn't at
the very end.
A last-minute touchdown
run by sophomore Sirchauncy
Holloway gave Plant City a 14-
7 win over Brandon, launching
the Raiders into first place
along with East Bay in Class
5A-District 7.
"It was nice. The players all
got together and gave me the
game ball afterward, and that
felt good," said Kelley.
Though Plant City's overall
record is only 1-5, the 1-0
mark in district play means
that the Raiders are in
complete control of their play-
off destiny. A win next week
against East Bay all but
clinches the 5A-7 title.
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league to face Tampa Bay
Tech. The Titans are winless
on the season.
Last week the task of trying
to slow down Brandon run-
ning back Mike Brown was the
key to victory, something
much easier said than done.
Along with adjusting the
defense to try and stop
Brown's specialty, the cutback
run, Plant City tried to keep
the offense on the field as long
as possible.
"We had to keep Mike
Brown on the sideline," Kelley
said. "Some people said it was
boring, but it's what we had to
do. And the defense really
played tough."
Plant City's offense did not
score in the first half, but the
Eagles did not get on the board
either. Holloway and Jacari
Bennett took turns running
the ball, trying to grind out
long drives, and it finally paid
off in the third quarter.
Brandon looked like it had
taken the first lead but an 84-
yard TD run by Brown was
called back due to a penalty.
On the next drive, Plant City
would go up 7-0 on a 4-yard
run from Holloway.
The Eagles would even
things up in the fourth quarter
and the game had an overtime
feel to it when Plant City was
set up to punt in the late going.
But the Eagles roughed Raid-
ers punter Johnathan Dupree,
giving Plant City the ball back.
Shortly thereafter, Hollo-
way burst through for a 43-
yard touchdown and the
Raider Stadium crowd was
able to celebrate the team's

See RAIDERS, Page 17

Continued From Page 16
kills per game. She is one of
three Huskies with 17 blocks,
second most for NU. She also
has the second most service
aces with 10.
The 6-foot-1 junior from
Plant City was named to tihe
America East all-rookie team.
Eukovich was a first-teamn All-
Western Conference per-

former at Durant High School,
where she set a school record
with 285 kills in one season.

VSC U13 boys team
seeks players
The Valrico Soccer Club's
under-13 competitive boys
team seeks talented and com-
mitted players born between
Aug. 1, 1993, and July 31,
Call: Mike Vazquez, 661-
6123, or e-mail mikevaz-

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 Gallo-
way, 754-7832 or 763-3947.

To submit sports
information to The Courier,
e-mail announcements to or
fax to 689-9545.


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 trans-
portation program that helps
people get to and from their
cancer treatments if they have
no other form of transporta-
tion. 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 Hospital
offers free car safety seat checks
Friday and Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., throughout the year at the
hospital's Community Health
Resource Center. The checks are
by appointment only. Call: 754-

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 p.m. 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-
gram. Class hours will be flexi-
ble 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. Reynolds
St., Suite 103. Call: Sue Sloan
or Barbara Hubert, 757-9171.

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club
seeks used eyeglasses and hear-
ing aids. The club collects the
items for distribution to needy
people in Florida and other
nations. To donate, place the
items in a "Lions Recycle for
Sight" collection bin at the fol-
lowing 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 Countrywood.

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 Recrea-
tional Center, 510 E. Sadie St.
Beginners and advanced yo-yo
players, boys and girls are
welcome. Call: Marcia, 254-
4642, or Debbie, 254-2214.

Continued From Page 16
best second-half all season.
The game was still not secured,
however, until Joseph Upthe-
grove knocked the ball away
from Brandon's quarterback
and Arsenio Durant recov-
"We bascially limited our
mistakes. If we don't turn the
ball over against Newsome
and Durant, we could be star-
ing at 3-3 right now," Kelley
The Raiders' defense held
Brown to less than 100 yards,
with several players doing a
good job playing out of their
normal positions. Chris Bel-
lamy was switched from
strong safety to cornerback,
Durant Lowe moved over one
spot and Chase Thompson
went from defensive end to
middle linebacker all with
the idea of slowing Brown's
normal tendency to sweep out
wide and then cut back across
As it turned out Plant City's
running back duo was more
effective, with Bennett and
Holloway combining for 240
yards on 42 carries. What
pleased Kelley most was their


"I thought we could get
into a rhythm and control the
clock a little bit," he said.
"Both backs did a great job,
both running and blocking for
one another. Sirchauncy had a
pancake block that was just
incredible. It's nice to see that
they're not worried about who
gets the carries."
Both should be able to
have another productive night
Friday. The Raiders go up
against Tampa Bay Tech,
which is 0-6 after falling 34-0
to Wharton. The Titans have
been in a couple of games this
year, losing 21-14 to Bloo-
mingdale (the Bulls' lone vic-
tory) and 14-6 to Blake.
Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. at Titan
Dupree was still a little sore
Monday from the violent colli-
sion on the roughing-the-
punter play.
Last week in the other 5A-7
contest, East Bay rolled by
Bloomingdale 35-7. Should
Plant City beat East Bay next
Thursday, and assuming
Brandon beats Bloomingdale,
the Raiders can clinch the dis-
trict title. Brandon, and Bloo-
mingdale for that matter, can
still win the district but both
need help in the games they're
not involved in. The top two
finishers in the district make
the playoffs.

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T-i; in excellent career :,ppiiiriunity .ilth The Tampa Tribune and the Media General Corporation.
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rent, utilities included. 2/2 Prisitineecond. M7ust sell 813-966,-3013 m oo roof, r to se2se tive 5512 W Waters ave E32O-G
5118 N 56th St. Jamie' serve:w/- oo & Tenm s for health reasons. e n roof- ra1tow r uuliAEl Tampa,t f133634Call factory C68 000 tionmilesnt
813-505-2495 e 626-0524 W u/D $900/mt RECREATION NADA book aluem l'" ''-" BuG ,500. A FORD 1997 Taurus, LX, nd$20,00. 813)601064es
(30)796-6652 $U93,000. Will sell for INFINITI 2005 FX35 m

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i $69,900 813-814-4410 cond/38k mi must s. Trucks-Boats-RVs leather int, aut PW,er
Combo TAMPA PAL MS Cme/Tal 40' 1988 EGG HARBOR, King Cabo ON 2001 e 46009 halow e Condition PB, bronze, 86k mi NeVw NISA 1991 Phn
SMNISSAN 2006 Frontier, diSvorce AnyCarAn
1OF cFicuu arase Waeosbdvae TAMPA Sn trerve trrCab, IOcY727391 n0, mxc I.. Eaie pn e tirres5e brakes. Good condition. 158k miles, new tires ,
ds B u tiprfuin sr s Cold u a l C e s n e nDe ae w 'Kin n o n s o nr e me hs 9 p n e $285 0 T DUCTIBLE $4500. 813-949-35420 brakes $1950 .
-0 00 ii a micondos for re2 &3Catrans nlsed f anden-1 nscs aesex- Chris 921-204-9400.F 813-986-2698.
5000 es. retail/warehouse bedrooms. Rent to own 10 0 FBoatsiWnted bf et1 18m 11045K 7 $1 ,75r BUr ySABR FORD 2002 l FLOCUS ZX3C,

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codsfr. 81327- 4 09O53. o ur mod .2rent. ra r int., $140K, 63-5 i i must sell $6824 or best NISSAN 1995, 123K mi.
Or leas 3 Neras specials up to 1/2 Of 4.T 2006 o HERITAGE mai nti, befl $1 8 ,l 975 .80 7 4 le offe1Co ke Call Larury at-- runs great, auto, $3500.
AKa e Too n6 -4os, awnain dy (( Vauns0 60813-986-2781.. 813-601-2534 813-4 4-381
S8 PLieto ,raACSdawning more. LARGEST Volume Ponhrens
SWanted To ent Cali 13-86-4o Seeps 6, Clean27,550 toon Dealer in Florida. JEEP 2000 Grand Chero-
I oC813.391.6248 See New Sea King Boats! DODGE 2000 Grand Cara- kee Leather, fullypow- Cash Paid for FORD 2005 Focus SES

UN-USED or partial oEre Highland Lk van, runs good, ll pow- ed ba cks,1 Vn0 s h # 8k a NsA 19 Ma
used building for stor- condo 2br,2ba with loft, I BUY TRAVEL TRAILERSw, w813-677-1300ler,6,2 mi6, mluuto, dark mreds $a7batclanOk 813- rusnnn s&r carn. lHatchback ZX5 8k, rare NISSAN 1997 Maxima
age. 813-967-2681 1375sf, W/D, gated, 5TH WHEELS & D a d reen,$4500obo iles $ /813 3 2. D eRunn g p k uor t leather seats, BlueGXE 85k mi, 4 door
pool tennis fitness ctr, PARK MODELS Several Storm 8 ^ 1 -7 P I-543-3049 alloy wheels cruise all
Avail now. CALLDave ANYTIME & Donated Boats.ill LAND ROVER 2001 Dis-
S813-713-3217 Buy&Sell. Call Mike DODGE 2000 Ram on cover SE. Loaded GEO 1994 METRO, 2drs, 5,500 (813)655-5610
$1100/mn9 8 4 hi-top whi/ GtE OVER $10,000. 4 Dgr tG Dual Sunrf, Classics & Antiues
m 'nh 77 -4 ri pl-7 q8. va .4 nhi-To5 bn te 9K M xc A s spd, runs 2ood, excel-
monthE8oldVE R -0,0h14aI#851o bgr .TVVCR, Wilent gas mileage, some NISSAN 2004Altima:2.5S

Nwai La a i PLEY Cupelex 3/2/1 T c2 Wh s/9o4 Lthr5 99K MPrt s /
xou ram~nwheI sbl ey h airC exc cond,L$10,a nd.e $15,250 obof Jim Ford 1993 SVTLightning, oody damage, $500 or auto, silver 37k miles
by De-ali.w3/2 c m m L.K u B a Are M

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S a br, 2lba, C LOOK.NG toB"k Ennes & Transmission Bu 813-994-9018 468-1155 351, GT 40, heas & in- besoffer 83- L968-041 $13,00,
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noe Cyre 3bie, .25a town. "Wn .... Cas.!y '.i 4 -.10 gears. New. com- HONDA 1986 CRX Si, red, 813-786-5206
hom re.redi check Wil.........MmB n sI n I.u :puter, brakes, all new 5 speed, alloy wheels,
CrEd IA $995umo d .. 7Mo Homes / RVsJC (A RANSPORT .ice cold AC & stereo CD. sunroof, good cond, PONTIAC 2006 Solstice
813-764-8030A Anywererom DODGE 2005 HANDICAP LEXUS2004RX330.1 .Recent tune-up. Runs & needs engine work, Conv, leather PDL PW,
REAL ESTATE -SALE 27 2004 AMERICAMP FW Florida to Maine! Van, 10" lowered floor, owner 25K mi leather ObO 81$10003obo.-913-38a-9028 osn, AM/FM/DC
SEFFNER Villas large F270RKS and Chev. 2004 Call 508-264-2212. wheelchair ramp & tie moonr'nof, 6 Cb, N.S. HoDo813-2o9-6942aomost new, 4500 miles
2br, lba, remod, quiet 250OHD Silverado E Cab downs, 22K miles. For Immaculae $20 HONDA 1991 Accord $24,999 813-926-0604
( Auctions pvt streetwtr/trash diesel, Allison towkg. ((Boat more info 727-492-1630 Call ( 94 000S Auto, PS, PB, AC,
A incl, W/D h/u, large pa- $45,000. 863-273-163 (tSlip 9 2-10 Call (941) 7-598 ((Automobiles for Sale)) sunroof, runs ood & PORSCHE 1996 993
TAMPA HEIGHTS tin CHA, all ap 3Is. 1_,9....... ...m HARBOR Island: Ga FORD 1990 Cargo Van NISSAN 1992 NX 2004 Toyota Tundra 352-398-d 971 Cspd, new rf, all srvc
BY25 78521 3' 1899 Airstream Ru -s350 son auto V8 ow pkg, runs $400ob uSela 5in/recips l4.K i
TBOWN ER87/M income813-7 Clas..,sic LE, loaded, all Channel, floating docks, 400ir, soli work obrListin M tSell!as include20iC hNom4ex-A/receipts 44.5K9 mi,
M540( oveinre ( .~ic :LmnU Saturn tow car & 2 elect 60 ft boats with shore 803-786-2393 EXT 4124 age, ,system.- A00, fOr Fulsting PR
Ins$ e sti Onfnf """ scooters, Immaculate power. 813-215-4434
SS 1 co M .FORD 2000 Windstar SEe / slid. 1-800-749-8167 Coupe, 11K mi, silver/
SWuibe soldhtt o housess unfurnished)) deathin family, $37,000 ISLAND Estates Yacht fullpwr, auto doors, du- Suburban,2004Z-71, ing rear win ow and ext C752blueCert.extwarr
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(72w)475-4S74 Nw ,4BRm, c3BoAre3CG, 1995 Fleetwood Pace Homes (727) 687-9980 ed, VGC,'63,500 hwy A A Rated Donation Do mod. VTec engine, 79k, VOLVO 1988 740 Turbo,
/lapau rlake r all appds Arrow, Clean Top of the FORD 2006 E350 XLT 12 mi., non-smoker, 1 A Aate Donation o- new tires, Viper alarm 4DR sedan non-smkr,
Commercial blin, lawncare inclas Line Fully Loaded OUTDOOR STORAGE passenger van, burgun- owner. $26,500. nate Your Car, Boat or $8500. 813-610-6987 $145KmigoldautoPW
w/Extras, New Trans. Ben'am ninRd.,boats )Real Eon i ss 1
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On** Final Clearance lagec 4/2erlot, pol/pn, Loaded, Showroom .' CRUISER. Excellent con- dren g1' miles, 2.5T, 20-30n ,
Fall Delivery or Denosit corne lot, cu'-de- cond. Priced to sell! Pasadena Yacht& .CC. Ic k ; I V. l edition but high road wwwoutreachcenteror $14,000. 813-254-4516 moon dust metallic,
holds till sTring. Forpri- sac,$1,975/mn. Include 863-838-4600 Deep water boat slips miles. 8 passenger, 18 YRUND 202cce.nt.4.leather, luxury, perfect,
ci mds Is- lawn/poUUI III &111ll frsep eatersmies. 8 passed g6 3-7911- ar.tsHYUNDAI 2002 Accent 4. $24,000
.es, sizes & models, vis- awn/l 13maint& allr sale/lease. Limited leather interior. $7 door sedan GL, 30k mi, Mark 727-403-7554
it apple. 13-220-7060. number available. Call MERCURY 2 00 5 uuobo 813-505-1860 A CUA2
www.oioneersteel com Executive 1989 diesel 727-381-7922 xt 12 Monterey, 5DR, 22K mi. re/a ithr, loa driven by elderly mom. .
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1t mon free. tor, very luxurious, 813.49-4595 LTD V6 Lea, Low Miles wamrr non emkr n door lockswC$6000. Plants y &
STEELE BUILDINGS 4On- Carpenter's Run, all ap- buy at $3100.Original owner Excel- ern$12700i 813-61-9209
iv25x30 30x40 40x80 plan community. Low miles. 352-207-6227 .. lentCondition, $19,500. HYUNDA0.2006 Sonata Pa
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Investment Property 83-4.675 POU1860sfPRforental) 4Kl al r-o r t3000min n BUICK 1997 Park Ave. INFINITI 2004 G35 Sedan You'llfindlistings
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GOLF course subdiv, 420 NEW TAMPA Seven Oaks Call Lynn to reserved turer, Inc. 727-397-8130 ing grayl/black excel- 8iKe new tires g $550 $ ,0 all8 any occasion.
request pian 200 CC BoatstWanted ]Unon-sink104$16,750 T BUy UICK002 LEAR LT KEEP FLORIDA5CLEAN!
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Georgia, 2 hours from mint cond, largedyar Secure $50/mo. 727-441-1790 X235
Florida. 727-409-0253 $1300 mo + sec 752-1957 HappyTraveler RV Park
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Vairico, Riverview Ybor STORAGE 5515 Cause-.U
$2,750mo. Prof. Prop Trucks, TrIrs. $50/mo.
Retail Buildings Mngt. 813-747-1128 Riverview, Brandon,
www.pcprofessional Valrico 813-220-1538
LAKELAND 42 +/- acres
Wabash Ave. Easy 1-4 3br, 1.5baw/bonus Wanted TRANSPORTATION
access. $5M. Owner/ incl W/D, fenced yard
Agent. 863-682-4111. across from beautiful 40' 2006 MONACO Diplo-IP
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a garage sale? $211k or take over pay-'{ Auto Engines /
turn your unwanted items IN SPECIAL. Beautiful,
into cash. One call to our like-new 3/2/2, comm. LOOKING to Buy Bay Area Motor Works
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