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Ladies And Gentlemen,
tart Your Barbecues!
With 80 teams from
across the country coming
to town, Pig Jam 2006 is
shaping up to be the largest
ever, with more than 10,000
visitors expected.

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NEWS DIGEST


Carrabba's opening Nov. 20
Carrabba's Italian Grill
announced its new restaurant
in Plant City will be opened
for business Nov. 20, at 4 p.m.
The restaurant is located at
1205 Townsgate Court, off
Thonotosassa Road, just south
of Interstate 4.
The corporation will donate


a portion of its first nights sales
to the Florida Strawberry
Research and Education Foun-
dation. The managing partner
for the Plant City Carrabba's is
Alfredo Porto.

Festival invites photo entries
The Florida Strawberry Fes-
tival is inviting amateur shut-


terbugs to enter its photo
contest. The contest is open to
all Hillsborough, Polk, and
Pasco County residents and
their winter visitors.
Professional photographers
are not eligible to enter. Pho-
tographs must be the work of
the exhibitor and must have
been taken within the past 12


months. Judging is on visual
impact, composition, quality
and appeal. There will be a fee
of $3 per entry with a limit of
one entry in each class.
For the exhibitor to have
photos returned to them, they
must submit photos in a self-
addressed, self-stamped
envelope as there will be no


pick up day.
Any questions regarding the
contest, call Black at 416-0398.
Rules for the contest can be
picked up at the Florida
Strawberry Festival Office,
2202 W. Reynolds St. or down-
loaded them www.flstrawbe-
rryfestival.com. The festival
will be March 1-11.


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NOVEMBER 16, 2006 THE COURIER 3
NOVEMBER 16, 2006 THE COURIER 3


in the
NEWS


(ITffHALL

City commission
approves funding
for historic Bing
Rooming House.
PAGE 15

FETVIAL DINNER
Florida Strawberry
Festival says thank
you to more than
1,000 volunteers
with dinner, prizes at
New Expo Building.
PAGE 14


OPINION
Jerry Lofstrom jour-
nies to "The Swamp"
for the first time and
George H. Newman
recalls Bishop W.
Thomas Larkin.
PAGE 6


PiG JAM EXPECTED TO DRAW
MORE THAN 10,000
Staff Report
Barbecue lovers by the thousands will
be in heaven this weekend when the
fourth annual Plant City Pig Jam State
BBQ Championship comes to town.
In addition to some of the finest barbe-
cue in the region, Pig Jam. offers music,
live entertainment and activities for chil-,
dren. Last-year's event attracted almost
10,000 visitors. Organizers hope to top
that this year.
"We continue to grow each year and we
are hoping to get more than 10,000 visi-
tors this weekend," said Jodi Smith, co-
chair along with with Chris Sparkman.
How has the event grown so fa.si. so
quickly? "I think word of mouth advertis-
ing has helped," Smith said. "People hear
it's a great family event and they want to
come see what it's all about. And it's the
type of event where you can come for a
couple of hours, get some great food and
be on your way. It doesn't have to take up
your whole Saturday."
The Kansas City Barbeque Society-
sanctioned contest will bring 80 teams of
devoted and elaborately equipped cooks
from Alabama, Texas, Georgia, Kansas as


well as Florida to match recipes and
cooking techniques. The society is ack-
nowledged across the U.S. as the official
body of top-flight barbecue contests. The
winners will take home trophies, cash
prizes and the right to brag about cooking
the planet's best barbecue.
Society-certified barbecue judges will
use blind taste tests to select the best bar-
becue in several categories. The judges
*are trained under the eye of the society,
and that training culminated with a,
"Judges School" last month at Grandpa
Johnson's BBQ. Society rules require
judges to assess the quality of an entry in
three areas: appearance, taste and ten-
derness. In the scoring,, taste is worth
twice as much as tenderness, and tender-
ness twice as much as appearance.
The Grand Champion is the team that
scores the most points in chicken, pork
ribs, pork shoulder and beef brisket cate-
gories.
"A good piece of meat should have tex-
ture, moisture and flavor," said Mark
Poppell, a society member and Pig Jam
participant.
Prizes will be awarded in four catego-
ries: barbecue ribs, barbecue pork, beef
brisket and chicken with professionals
vying for the $3,000 Grand Champion
Award. A $2,000 award for Reserve Grand
Champion, and prizes through 10th place


in each category will be awarded. A total
of $15,000 in prizes will be given out. Pro-
ceeds from the event benefit chamber
programs.
Spectators will be able. to talk to the
cooks about their pits, the wood they are
burning, how they prepare the meat and
the cooking temperature they prefer.
Getting secret recipes may be a little
more difficult, but visitors will be able to
sample barbecue with the purchase of
"Pig Bucks."
Those tickets can be used to purchase
some of the barbecue featured in the
competition, as well as T-shirts, snacks
and refreshments.
"The standard of barbecue at Pig Jam is
excellent," said Stephen Smith, a society
instructor who's been involved with the
Pig Jam since its inception.
"Some of the biggest names in the field
come here.You have a wonderful. contest
here the prize money is great, the
crowds are friendly, it's a good time of
year and the organizers have done a great
job to make it a fun contest."
The Pig Jam is set for Nov. 18 from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Randy Larson Soft-
ball Four-Plex, 1810 E. Park Road. Admis-
sion is free; parking is $3.
For more information, contact the
Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce
at 754-3707 or visit www.plantcity.org.


FOOTBALL


Plant City defensive
coach Lakey Cooper
screams instructions to
the Raiders during
Friday night's football
playoff game.
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INDEX


Photos courtesy of Plant City Garden Club
Neil and Suzanne Roberts of Sam Astin Road took the Plant City Garden Club's October Beautification Award. "From the
road, their property caught our eye immediately due to their delightful use of plants, trees, shrubs. It was obvious that who
ever lived there had a synergistic relationship with their gardens. They loved the plants and the plants loved them," said
club member Penny Bragg. Above, standing from left, are Kathryn Bowers, Cassandra Banning and'Bragg. Sitting, from left,
are Neil and Suzanne Roberts and Vivian Devlin.


Nominate Your Garden OfThe Year


ROBERTS WIN
OCTOBER AWARD
Staff Report
The Plant City Garden Club
is seeking nominations for its
Garden of the Year.
Neil and Suzanne Roberts
of Sam Astin Road won the
club's award for October.
The Roberts' home is sur-
rounded by gardens.
"Each section of garden is
like a separate little outdoor
room containing patterns of
light, shadow, flowers and foli-
age," said the club member
Penny Bragg. "Looking at the
front of the house, there are


two square garden sections on
either side of the walkway
leading up to the front door.
Each square is bordered with
little begonias spaced about
eight inches apart and
reminiscent of beadwork trim
you might find on a fine dress."
The couple moved into the
house in 1990.
Know a green thumb out
there who deserves recogni-
tion for their work in the
garden? Call the garden club
to nominate your garden of
the year. The winner will be
announced later this year in
The Courier.
Information: Call Cassan-
dra Banningat 759-1638.


"Like their plantings, the Roberts have a serene and gracious
presence about them," Bragg said.


Smokin' Good Time


CALENDAR
PAGE 5

CLASSIFIED
PAGE 34


CROSSWORD
PAGE 29

FAMILY LIVING
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SPORTS
PAGE 31


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THURSDAY
Thanksgiving dinner honors Griffin
The West Plant City Boys, 901 S. Waller
St., will host its annual Thanksgiving dinner
Nov. 16 at 4 p.m. in memory of John Griffin,
a former club director. The club is also
giving a free frozen turkey to each club
member's household. Information: Sharon
Moody, 707-8490, Monday through Friday
after 1 p.m.

Holiday packing tip seminar
The UPS Store, 117 W. Alexander St., will
will present a holiday packing tip seminar
Nov. 16 from 6 to 6:45 p.m. Store personnel
will offer tips on best packing materials and
techniques to ensure a safe holiday ship-
ment. Call: 754-5533.

Republican Women's Club meeting
The Plant City Federated Republican
Women's Club will meet Nov. 16 at the
Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St. A buffet
dinner will begin at 6 p.m., with the club's
meeting starting at 6:30 p.m. The cost for
the dinner is $15. Reservations: 754-0424.

Chamber plans after hours event
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce will host its Business After Hours
event Nov. 16 from 5:15 to 7 p.m. at Image
Depot, 1701 S. Alexander St., Suite 112-1.
Call: 754-3707.

FRIDAY
Teen night at MLK center
A teen night at the Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Recreation Center, 1601 E. Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., with pizza and
music, is planned for Nov. 17 from 8 p.m. to
midnight. The event is for ages 13 to 17.
Cost: $5.. Information: a'Tosha Lewis, lle-
wis@piantcitygov.com or 757-9195.

Teen night at Planteen Center
A teen night with music and pizza is set
for Nov. 17 at the Planteen Recreation
Center, 301 Dort St. The Planteen events
are for ages 12 to 15 and last from 7 to 11
p.m. Cost: $5. Information: Stephen Ros-
siter, srossiter@plantcitygov.com or 659-
4200, Ext. 4311.

Spaghetti dinner fundraiser
Boy Scout Troop 14 plans a fundraising
spaghetti dinner Nov. 17 from 5:30 to 8:30
p.m. at Evangelical Presbyterian Church of
Plant City, 1107 Charlie Griffin Road.
The $5 meals include spaghetti, bread,
salad and drink. Tickets will be available at
the door. Call: Cynthia Cook, 764-8173.

'Odd Couple' at Durant
Thespian Troupe 5444 at Durant High
School will stage an all-female version of
the "Odd Couple" Nov. 17-18 at 7 p.m.
Tickets: $7 for adults, $6 for students and
seniors. Information: 757-9075, Ext. 280, or
e-mail EdwardMason@sdhc.kl2.fl.us.

SATURDAY
Cartooning workshop
A cartooning workshop for ages 5 to 15
will take place Nov. 18 at 10 a.m. at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St.
Materials will be provided.
Call: 757-9215.

Thanksgiving visit
The UPS Store, 117 W. Alexander St., will
be visited by a pilgrim and a Native Ameri-
can Nov. 18 from 9 to 11 a.m. The store will
offer free pictures to any child who brings
in a canned or boxed-food item for the
United Food Bank. Call: 754-5533.

Strawberry Classic Car Show
The Strawberry Classic Car Show will be
Nov. 18 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. in and around
McCall Park, 100 N. Collins St. Spectators
will see cars and trucks manufactured in
1981 and before antiques, customs, clas-
sics and hot rods. Free parking is available
on surrounding streets.
Information: 754-3707 or
www.plantcity.org.

Thanksgiving fish fry
Cedar Grove Baptist Church, 8201 Cedar
Grove Church Road, will host its annual
community Thanksgiving fish fry Nov. 18 at
5:30 p.m. The menu will included fried


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Holiday book sale ,
The Friends of the Bruton Memorial Library Holiday Book Sale is scheduled Nov. 18
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the library, 302 McLendon St. Patrons can shop for books,
videos and other items. Proceeds will benefit the library. Call: 757-9215.

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'God's Favorite' at H(C(
Plant City Entertainment will stage Neil Simon's "God's Favorite" Nov. 17-18 at 8 p.m.
A humorous play inspired by the Book of Job, the show will be at Hillsborough
Community College's PADM Building No. 2,1206 N. Park Road. Ticket are $10 for
adults, $8 for seniors 55 and older, and $8 for students through 12th grade. They can
be purchased at the door or in advance at Hardee's Fashions, 1501 N. Wheeler St.
Call: Dodie White, 752-5156.


grouper, hushpuppies, grits, baked beans,
coleslaw, dessert and tea. Donation is $6.
Call: 737-1234.

SUNDAY
Guest preacher
Grace United Methodist Church, 1801 E.
Cherry St., will play host to guest minister
the Rev. Ron Hubbard Nov. 19 at 10 a.m.
Call: 659-3718.

MONDAY
Adult storytelling workshop
Learn how your children can participate
in the April 2007 Storytelling Festival at an
adult storytelling workshop Nov. 20 at 7
p.m. at Bruton Memorial Library, 302


McLendon St. Each participant will receive
a free manual.
Call: 757-9215.

Belly dancing classes
Belly dancing classes are offered Mon-
days from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Planteen
Recreation Center, 301 Dort St. Information:
Mary Jane Aguilar, (863) 682-6009; or Chris,
cwashburn@plantcitygov.com or 659-4200,
Ext. 4340.

TUESDAY
Fishing seminar
Capt. Greg McCullough, winner of the
2005 Mike Alstott Fishing Tournament, will
lead a free fishing seminar Nov. 21 from 6:
See CALENDAR, Page 29


GARAGE

SALES


Plant City, Walden
Lake, 2881 Hammock
Drive, Nov. 18, 8 a.m.
to noon. Housewares,
bedding, toys, sport
items, seasonal,
decor; clothes and
miscellaneous items.

Plant City, Country
Hills, 4710 N. Dawn
Meadow Court, Nov.
17-18,7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Washer, dryer, furni-
ture, miscellaneous
and household items,
clothes, Christmas
decorations.

Plant City, 208 N.
Mobley St., Nov. 17-
18, starting at 8:30
a.m. Miscellaneous
items.

Plant City, Walden
Lake East, 807 San-
dalwood Drive, Nov.
18, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Patio table and
chairs, kitchen appli-
ances and
miscellaneous items.

Midway area, 2910
Mayday Drive,' Nov.
18. Clothes, chil-
dren's toys, house-
hold and
miscellaneous items.

Plant City, 1801 N.
Franklin St., Nov. 18,
starting at 8 a.m.
Misc'ellaneous
household items.

Plant City, Medulla
and Coronet roads,
Nov. 17-18, 8 a.m. to
5' p.m. Clothes, high
chair, toys, home
school books, furni-
ture and
miscellaneous items.

Lithia, 10252 S.
County Road 39.
Rick's Custom Meats,
Nov. 18, 8 a.m. to 3
p.m. Appliances,
antiques, baby items
and miscellaneous
items.

Knight's area, 4165
El Shaddiai Square,
Nov. 18-19, 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. Building
material, yard furni-
ture, dog kennel,
household
miscellaneous,
items.

Plant City, Walden
Lakes Paddocks, 2600
Golfview Drive, Nov.
18, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Multi-family sale,
Southwest decor,
toys, clothes, house-
hold and
miscellaneous items.

Plant City, 243 E.
Trapnell Road, Nov.
17-18. Large men and .
ladies clothes, anti-
ques, lots of house-
hold and
miscellaneous items.






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We Are The Boys From Ole' Florida


Where exactly is high on the hog? It's where
Florida Gator fans are living this week. It's
where 90,330 football fans, all but a few thou-
sand of them Gator-worshipers, congregated
Saturday after Steve Spurrier's South Carolina Game-
cocks fell to the Florida Gators.


It's where my son Jeremy
took me Saturday afternoon to
watch my first college football
game since my days at the
University of Minnesota. Sure,
that was a long time ago, but I
don't remember football being
anything like I witnessed in
Gainesville last weekend.
Here's why, if you will stand
still for a little story.
People talk all the time about
big games, wild scenes, and
local folk obsessed with the
home team, but they haven't
seen anything until they've
been there; to Gainesville; to
the swamp; on the weekend of
a big game.
The air is electric, the tension
palpable. There are no fire-
works, no ceremony, but the
effect is every bit as dramatic.
Although kickoff was set for
3:30 p.m., the celebrations
began much earlier. A sea of
orange and blue arrived in the
morning beneath shade trees,
in parking lots, dormitory*
lawns, and on the streets.
Students and their elders could
be seen partying, throwing
footballs, riding bicycles down
University Avenue and enjoy-
ing one of the "rites of fall" -
the ever-popular tailgate party.
Outside Ben Hill Griffin
Stadium. the barbecue ribs are


JERRY
LOFSTROM


Columnist

simmering, the beers are
cooling, and one of the country's
greatest tailgate parties is
commencing with proper fervor.
Who says you can't throw a
posh party in a parking lot?
Gator fans congregated on
tailgates and huddled behind
pick-up trucks, expensive SUV's
and motor homes with menus
ranging from simple to lavish,
from fast-food meals to gourmet
extravaganzas. Walk through the
Gator parking lots on game day
and you're likely to see fine
linens, china, silverware, and
candelabras fit for royalty.
The throng of tailgaters' in
Gainesville preparing for the
battle against South Carolina
could have been Rome centu-


ries ago, before the Christians
met the lions, with fans
cooking up their oxen burgers
and conducting their pickup
chariot races before entering
the Coliseum.
But make no mistake about it,
Gator fans take there football
seriously. I learned quickly that
in the punt, pass, and pray world
of Gator football, the goal post is
a holy crossbar, and you'd best
bow before the uprights if you
know what's good for you.
As if I needed a reminder of
where I was, one final state-
ment that this stadium is a little
different than all the rest, four
words have been painted in
orange and blue on the facing
of the south end zone at
Florida Field:
"This is ... THE SWAMP."
But nothing could have
captured the moment like the
bellowing roar from the fans
when their Gators warriors
entered the stadium; the
energy level throughout the
stadium would have registered
as a small earthquake on the
Richter scale.
In sports, as in life, some
things are known beyond
doubt. You don't need num-
bers and statistics to win an
argument that Gator fans are
obsessed with their football.
But football in the afterlife?
A Gator fan sitting beside
me, covered from head to toe
in blue and orange, told me of
a Florida fan who died in the
middle of a long losing streak
against Georgia. When the
Gators finally won, his buddies
took the next morning's sports


section from the local
newspaper and laid it face
down on top of his grave so
he could read it.
Gator passion, it's outra-
geous, it's contagious.
At the beginning of the
fourth quarter, 90,000 Gator
fans stood, wrapped their arms
around the shoulders of the
person next to them, and while
moving side-to-side to the flow
of the music, sang "We Are The
Boys From Ole' Florida."
It was an emotional experi-
ence I won't soon forget and
one that had little to do with
the game of football.
I came to understand there is
something bigger than the
game; football in Gainesville is
a social institution. Why?
Because it often can do what
churches and government
agencies cannot: It can rally the
masses and bring together
people from all walks of life.
Some say it's only a game
played on green grass, then why
does it make grown men cry?
One hundred years from
now, when historians write
about the start of the next
century, the Gator game against
South Carolina will not be
important, but don't tell that to
a Gator fan. They won 17-16.
Every game is meaningful. It
can take months, and even
years, to shake a loss. Victories
often are savored for a lifetime.
It is more than just a game.
It even makes grown men cry.

Editor's note: Jerry Lofs-
trom is a Plant City business-
man.


Bishop Larkin Led By Example


Last week, I went to St. Petersburg's Cathedral of St.
Jude the Apostle to attend the funeral of a man
who will forever epitomize my idea of a man of
God.


The Rev. W. Thomas Larkin,
Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese
of St. Petersburg, who served as
the diocese's bishop from 1979
to 1988, died Nov. 4 after a long
battle with leukemia.
More than 1,400 attended
the viewing and funeral Mass,
celebrated by Archbishop John
Clement Favalora of the
Archdiocese of Miami, who
succeeded Larkin as bishop at
the Diocese of St. Petersburg.
The Rev. Tom Morgan of St.
Clement Catholic Church in
Plant City was in high school
when Larkin was bishop.
"I didn't know Bishop Larkin
personally," Morgan said. "But
his reputation as a loving
servant of God and the church
is well known."
Larkin was ordained a priest
in Syracuse, N.Y., in 1947. He
was an assistant pastor at a
church in North Miami from
1950-54, and was named pastor
at Christ the King Catholic
Church near Jacksonville in
1954. Florida was considered a
Catholic.missionary territory at
the time. My family had
recently moved into the area.


GEORGE H.
NEWMAN


When the new parish bounda-
ries were announced the
church construction was
planned just one mile from our
little woodland house. My
mother was ecstatic.
Larkin was 31 years old, filled
with energy and a devotion to
God, and was welcomed with
open arms as the first pastor to
the parish. His leadership and a
growing Catholic population in
the area led to the addition of
an elementary school, a
convent of teaching nuns, a
church clubhouse and a series
of ever-expanded church .


buildings that became audito-
riums and cafeterias as the
church and school campus
grew.
Larkin served as pastor of
that church from 1954 to 1967.
His leadership exhibited humil-
ity, which is an important
Catholic trait, love of God, love
of the church, a devotion to
Jesus Christ and a kindness of
spirit that showed itself in
every breath he took.
Larkin's scholastic prowess
was discovered to be a strong
asset early in his priesthood.
When Larkin was ordained as a
priest he was sent to Rome to
study at Angelicum University.
There he befriended a priest
from Poland, Karol Wojtyla, the
future Pope John Paul II.
After completing a doctorate
in sacred theology Larkin was
assigned to the North Miami
church. While serving in the
Jacksonville parish he returned
to Rome with Archbishop
Joseph Hurley of St. Augustine,
during the closing session of
the Second Vatican Council in
1967. Following his return he
was named monsignor,
recognizing his outstanding
work in the church. In 1967,
after transferring to the parish
of St. Cecelia in Clearwater,
Larkin was selected by Bishop
Charles McLaughlin as vicar
general and the judicial vicar of


the marriage tribunal.
McLaughlin, the first bishop
of the Diocese of St. Peters-
burg, died suddenly in 1978,
and Larkin was chosen by Pope
John Paul II to succeed
McLaughlin. Larkin again
traveled to Rome and was
ordained bishop by Pope John
Paul II at St. Peter's Basilica.
Larkin's 10 years as the
bishop of St. Petersburg, which
at the time contained 13
counties, was a time of tremen-
dous growth. During his reign
Larkin established 15 new
parishes and three schools,
including an expansion to the
St. Clement construction
program. With approval of the
diocese the office-rectory was
built, beginning a decade-long
program that led to the Span-
ish-style church of St. Clement,
and the classrooms for Bible
study and kindergarten
education.
Larkin was not alone in the
effort, but he was considered to
be a key figure in the growth
and development of the
Catholic Church in Florida. His
peers will remember him
fondly. His many parishioners
liken him to "a gentle
shepherd" and a true man of
God.

George H. Newman is a
reporter for The Courier.





cNl~hlo1wjoBri l 20V*iY COtllER 7


COMMENTARY


Our Throwaway Lifestyle Won't Sustain Us

Not even buying "green" sumption has increased and 'S mystery to me why so
dill solve Earth's environ- will continue to increase. And It's a mystery to me why so
mental problems. Green stuff since consumption produces iffi
s still stuff that has to be pollution, pollution will many people have difficulty
disposed of. The trash, feces, increase. In the past, people g ny the concep t that all
rine, carbon dioxide and often said that God will solve raping the concept that a


methane produced by 6
billion people is creating a
global dump that will eventu-
ally poison the planet.
It's a mystery to me why so
many people have difficulty
grasping the concept that all
natural resources are limited.
Too many Americans still
seem to harbor the pioneer
attitude that resources are
unlimited and can never be
used up. That was the atti-
tude, understandably, 200
years ago that there was so
much land, so many forests
and so many buffalo that
people would never even put
a dent in them. The attitude
was, exhaust the soil and
move on; cut the trees and
move on; slaughter the game
and move on. Well, oops,
we've run out of places to
move on to.
We know better now, or do
we? Coal and oil are also
limited, though it might not
seem so. Topsoil is certainly
limited. The thing to remem-
ber is that the rate of con-


their problems. l oay, people
tend to believe technology is
the new God that will solve
their problems.
I am of the opinion that the
original God has better things
to do than worry about
individual fates on a fifth-rate
planet spinning around a
third-rate star in one of
several billion galaxies. I
believe he leaves us free to
choose our actions and free to
suffer the consequences or
benefits. As for technology, it
is as false a god as Isis or
Neptune.
The college boys and old
professors who work for the
foundations funded by big
corporations are always
telling us there is plenty of
space and plenty of resources.
It never seems to occur to
most of them to look at the
source of their paychecks.
Some do, it seems, believe
that if they can make it to the
cemetery in a comfortable
style, it doesn't matter what
happens to their posterity.


Fi
CHARLEY
REESE
Columnist


I've read that the Iroquois
confederation tried to make
decisions based on what
effects they would have seven
generations later. Well, they
obviously failed, because they
picked the wrong side in the
American Revolution and
were virtually wiped out. But
it is not a bad idea. Even if
people think only two
generations ahead it would be
an improvement.
Some years ago, I read a
review of a book by a Japa-
nese man who advocated
what he called "elegant
poverty." I've never been able
to find an English translation
and now no longer even


natural resources are limited.
Too many Americans still seem
to harbor the pioneer attitude
that resources are unlimited and
can never be used up.


remember the author's name.
His idea, though, was a good
one to combat the moun-
tains of trash, one should buy
less stuff but get items of good
quality that would last and
could be passed on from
generation to generation.
That's the exact opposite of
our throwaway lifestyle, but
our throwaway lifestyle won't
sustain us. The highest point
in Florida today is a garbage
dump in southeastern Florida
that looks like a mountain.
Oh, I forgot, today we use the
euphemism "sanitary land-'
fill," as if a trash dump. could
ever be called sanitary.


Global disasters rarely
happen overnight, except in
cases of gigantic volcanic
eruptions or hits by big
meteors or comets. The trend
lines, however, point toward a
dark future. If you're a
teenager, you ought to think
now about joining the
preservation army and
fighting for decent life 40
years down the pike. Don't
rely on older generations.
We're the ones who messed
up.
Write to Charley Reese at
P.O. Box 2446, Orlando, FL
32802.


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8 THE COURIER NOVEMBER 16, 2006


FA MILLY


LIVING


BETTY'S PLACE



Huffs Celebrate Decade At Foundation


BETTY
BRIGGS
Columnist

Apostle Elroy and Sister
Letitia Huff celebrated 10
years of marriage and pastor-
ing this month at the Apostles
Foundation Church, 1804 W.
Reynolds St.
Both are from the Tampa
area and moved to Plant City
in April after an electrical fire
destroyed their Brandon
church. They are in the
process of rebuilding here.
"The Lord has blessed us
with three beautiful children -
Mariam, 4, Rachel, 3, and
Joshua, 8 months and we
continue to cherish love, joy,
peace always and forever,"
the couple said.
Their blessings don't end
with family, however.
A member of the congrega-
tion said the couple has a
healing ministry. The Huff
family invites and welcomes
visitors to their congregation.

Garden club 'Discovery' tour
I like the old English poem
that ends with "One is nearer
God's heart in a garden, than
anywhere else on earth." I bet
the Plant City Garden Club
likes it, too.
Its October meeting was a
field trip to the Bette S.
Walker Discovery Garden in
Seffner, established at the
Hillsborough County Exten-
sion Office. Bette was the first
executive director of Tampa
Bay Wholesale Growers and
when she retired the growers
gave seed money to establish
a teaching garden in Seffner.
It's a magnificent place
filled with water plants,
sensory and Asian gardens.
Darcy Stottlemyer tells me
club members were given a
tour by retired master gar-
dener Joann Whale.

Guild welcomes Larson
Rebecca Sexton Larson,
artist and curator of
education at the Polk
Museum in Lakeland, was the
guest speaker at the October
meeting of the East Hills-
borough Art Guild.
President Eleanore McDade
said Rebecca's talk on how an
art show is judged was very
helpful and enlightening.
Guild members are gearing
up for the holiday season and
will hold their 15th annual
Christmas Showing of Fine


Michael and Susan Coldwell enjoy their first neighborhood
party.


Photo courtesy of Apostles Foundation Church
Marriage and pastoring go hand in hand for Elroy and Letitia
Huff of Plant City.


Photo courtesy of the Robinson family
Karen Robinson, son Kyle, Sheriff David Gee and Jimmie Dan
Robinson celebrate Kyle's promotion.


Art at the Walden Lake
Country Club Dec. 7. Call 752-
9660 for more information.

Neighbors enjoy cookout
There was a hint of fall in
the air and the aroma of
freshly cooked dishes like
black-eyed peas and barbecue
chicken at the annual neigh-
borhood cookout in the
historic district.
Residents from Collins,
Calhoun, Evers, Palmer and
Roux streets gathered to share
good food and fellowship. The
backyard barbecue was
hosted by Jimmie Dan and
Karen Robinson and their
daughter and son-in-law,
Kerri and Ben Knox. Michael
and Suzanne Coldwell, who


have bought the historic
Boring House, were newcom-
ers this year.
Welcome to the neighbor-
hood.

Well done, Kyle
Congratulations to Karen
and Jimmie Dan Robinson's
son Kyle on his promotion to
corporal with the Hills-
borough County Sheriff's
Office. The Robinsons are
natives of Plant City. Kyle's
wife, Rebecca, and his two
sons, R.J. and Ryan, joined the
family and Sheriff David Gee
for the promotion ceremony.

Friends enjoy Asheville trip
Shirley Price and three
friends, Pat Hutto, Becky


BETTY BRIGGS/Photo
The grandchildren of Jimmie Dan and Karen Robinson enjoy
their grandpa's barbecue chicken. They are, from left, twins
Emmy and Easton Shouse, children of Kimberly and Steve, and
R.J. Robinson, son of Rebecca and Kyle Robinson.











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Photo courtesy of Shirley Price
Plant City girls Joyce Brooker, left, Becky Hutto, Shirley Price
and Pat Hutto enjoyed a delightful week in Asheville, N.C.


Hutto and Joyce Brooker, all
of Plant City, recently spent a
great week in Asheville, N.C.
They visited the Biltmore
Estate, including the house,
gardens, farm, and after a tour
of the winery, enjoyed a
delicious meal at the Winery
Bistro. Before heading home,
the girls visited the boyhood
home of author Thomas
Wolfe, had a train ride
through the Smoky Moun-
tains and a trolley tour of
Asheville:
They all agreed, however,


that the highlight of the trip
was a visit to the Billy Graham
Training Center, The Cove,
where they toured the Chatlos
Chapel and prayed at the
"foot of the cross."

Have a birthday or family
event you would like to see in
Betty's column? Send items
to gabylee@tampabay-
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deliver to The Courier, c/o
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WEDDING BELLS


Lewis-Hutchinson engagement
Ron and Susan Lewis of Plant
City announce the engagement of
their daughter, Trudy Michelle
Lewis, to James Derrick Hutchin-
son, the son of Donald and Brenda
Hutchinson.
The bride-elect is a 2002 gradu-
ate of Plant City High School and
attends Hillsborough Community
College.
The prospective groom is a 1998
graduate of PCHS.
A Dec. 23 wedding is planned at
2:30 p.m. at First United Method-
ist Church, Seffner.

Osborne-Goff engagement
John and Leigh Anne Osborne
of Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Danielle Leigh Osborne, to Jona-
thon Ernest Goff, the son of
Wayne and Tracie Goff of Dover.
A February 2008 wedding is
planned.


OFFERINGS


Grace United Methodist
Grace United Methodist
Church, 1801 E. Cherry St.,
invites the community to its
Sunday services. Grace offers
meet-and-greet time at 9 a.m.;
morning service at 9:30; and
Sunday school at 10:45. The
church also offers choir, bells
and Bible study on Wednes-
days beginning at 6 p.m.
Family night is the third
Friday of each month at 6:30
p.m.
Call: 659-3718.


Hope worship schedule
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 North Park Road, has
worship 8 and 10:30 a.m. and
Family Bible Hour, with
classes available for ages 2
through adult, at 9:15 on Sun-
days. Call: 752-4622.

Bible study
The Lakes Clubhouse, 723
E. Sam Allen. Road, hosts a
Bible study Wednesdays from
See OFFER, Page 12


KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo

Antique fair a hit
More than 40 vendors took over the parking lot at Palmer and Reynolds streets Nov. 11 for
an antique fair. The event, sponsored by the Downtown Merchants Association, raised $300
for Plant City Armed Forces Memorials Foundation Inc. "It seems to be going very well so
far," said Ed Hinson, chairman of the fair. "Our goal is to fill the entire parking lot with
vendors." The memorial will be unveiled Veterans Day 2007. The antique fair is held on the
second Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.




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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doter S. Doter Rd & Donning St,
659-2600

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 E. aura St.
'52-'389
Mount Olhe: 113 i. Madison 51
lMounti Otl Horton Rd. A 7'"-2628

APOSTOLIC
.tsamblea Apostoli "
1501 Coson RAl "3'-3496
.posoa C hurrb of Jesus Christ:
1212 W. Reynolds. 4"-5130

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: Pinerest Rd,
Ilthia. 685--210
Bethany: 9804 Har.me Rd
.honolosssa. 986-5"-1
(ailan' fellouwsbip:
II O Gonlon St.. "52-5005
Christian life .ssembin :
3120 5. Itiller Rd.. 65". 102
Domer First: SR 5'" & Petlie Rd.
689-0343
Failt lentple-1 4 at Hillborough.Polk
(ounitr line. "52-0532
laih liihthouse:
3409 SR 39 \ "52-1885
lirI Plant (ill:
(harlie lrili'n Rd,
i of sR39 "52-3351
fort. I lafi. (omer of South Hwy. 39
S' iltle Rad. "37-4656
heri? ile. 'W640, 737-4803
tfouni lion:
1-I at nlonotosassa Rd. "52-1614
Pleaant G6roe:
hFrle i trnek Rd, 737-3529
likton Worsihip Center:
(ountr line Rd. 754-6089
linere: Sttdnev Rd, 1/10 mi. E
of 'ydne -Doi erRd, 659-0532
lurke- (reek.
hurke, (reek Rd, 754-5372

BAPTIST
.hai a: lurked Creek Rd,
\.j of"R 10. "3"-3739
Ihnfia Bapti: 222Alafia Church Rd,
63. SM54
.Intlib. Hortond, 737-3240
Berea: SR 39 5. 737-1232
Bethani: Cork Rd, 752-9209
Bethel: 80- i Renfro St, 754-2239
Beulah: llMen & County Line Rd,
l'lhia. -3" 1122
B1bh.: (harlie Griffin Rd,
"52-28"5
Bnhuimood Temple: Euclid Dr &
SR 5"4. "52. 382
(alihan I're ;U ill:
35j39 rapnell RdE.
(ethir 6,nmre: l KeysvilleRd,
"3". 1234
(niral of l ithia:
Pinei-cres KersvilleRd
.Imnr,' on the Rock:
3i f01. .1sibrmok, 752-3740
(oninunill hristian:
13lii \ s'annonAve, 754-5383
(rvsrvmeaLs. SR 39s. PI'inecst.
"3"- 1211
(,Ouhintiside Baptist Church,
13322 i duet Rd., 571-8200
Inoei rinI: \ Gallagher Rd,
6)59-020)
ansslie: 1311 E. Colhoun St,
"51.2I1
la,,I th/inoloIassa: McIntosh
. lu.iighlht.s.riflnRd, 986-4346
faith temple Primitive:
%0,' U Uas.hinghio / "51.0hl
First Baptis ( hurd ofMidway:
hitnt. tRd. "52-7209
first Bpliqst Idhia:
Inlerimctiu ,,J SR39 &
ilhia Pi/ncirestRd, 737-1121
It.I Plnnl (.ilv:
0 IPainter. 752-4104
nil Ilhiontilassa Missionary:
lclntis/, Rd. 9.6-4756
ianMnour Baplist Church:
bian,. H. hnihti' Griffin Rd, 986-7165
Iibpenvacii. 5i7-5548
hopen1ill. .SR {9 S, 737-3053
iunillts Paul BRuchman Hwy,


"52-l9"2
lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd,
"52-2006
Lone Oak: lone Oak Rd. "'5-52'8
Iount .foriab FMen-ill:
warren &Jobnson St. '5*4-39'
Mount Mforiab Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd. '3"-1490
Mount Olie: 604 I. Ball St.

Hew, Hope Freewill
Baptistl Church:
3101 Sydney Dorer Rd.. Dover
4en- Ma. lion Freewill:
3041 Daniels Rd.. '52-3985
Northbside:
I'00,. Franklin St. '522"-9
Oakuood: airportt Rd, "52-5199
Plant (ity PrimitiHe:
509 I. Evers St. "5s-3261
Pleasant Grm e First:
Turkey (reek Rd. "3"-2556
.5biloh Baptist ChurCh:
905 '. Terrace Dr., "54--'-45
Springhead S5. Wiggins Road.

.S. luklA ,I/ssionan':
108 I5 arnell S1, ~5--4992
fl itan Freen ill:
HunterC c warren St. "54-68&53
St. Ilanr ,1i'sionan.:
ioS WS?60. [, "3" 36
St. Mary's Community Church:
907E.Laura St, 754-1616
Sydney: 1510 CreRd, 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Church:
5447 Turkey Creek Rd,
813-737-1224
Iurkel. (reek First- -
TrapnelIRd, 752-7890
Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11308 Welcome
Church St. (813) 737-2288
Westsde: 2503 W GranfleldAve,
752-1450
WhitehurstRd: 901 N. WhitehurstRd,
754-5405

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Little Union: 15510 County Rd 39,
Lithia, 634-4754
Salemn Primitive:
14402 Salem Church td., Sydney

CATHOLIC
St. Clement: 1104 N. Alexander St,
752-8251

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

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

CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
McIntosh Rd, N ofSR 574

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E. Laura St

CHURCH OF GOD
(Cleveland, Tenn.)
Calvary Caonmmunity:
5209 ,/th/'R.ial. Rd
Do er Do nn t ing 51, 659-2900
Plant (/ir. 210/ Miudlake Rd. 752-4591
tin kr (teek: [uikqy (reek Rdi
atSR60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa:
1702 N. TaylorRd, 986-1916

CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First: 2808 Kingsway N.,
Seffner, 657-7500
Plant City: Grace Fellowsihip
713 Alsobrook St, 361-8190
First: N. Gordon and Baker St,


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Gospel Tabernacle: Allen & Haines St

EPISCOPAL
51. Peters: 301I NV(an 1St.
'52-5061

FULL.GOSPEL
Destimn thurb ofPlant (it
II 12N.Wiheeler St.,
813-659-2181

HOLINESS
Delherauce Tabernacle:
808 I. Grant St.
Refuge munh of Our lont-
'28 W. Ball Si

INDEPENDENT
Full Dospel Tabernacle:
2. l Sammomds Rd, 'S5-3843
Restoralion Assembl..
106 5. iters it.
ErangelktlsjorJesus abernacle:
SR 5'1, F. of Doer, 659-0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
(ahi, a (hawpel Plant 0 ir,
1310 lorlh Shannon lie.. 892-0510
(hrintian 6mownli center.
1310 ,. Shannon. "i19-2909
(oiemenal Bible Oburth:
146s 1. Tomlin St. "54-11I33
theper lijie lellai hip:
Covilla Rd, WofSR39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall: 3202 N. MarylandAve,
752-3345

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
(Im'ch offesus Christ LVS:
1805 ,'. Park Rd, 752-6364

LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd, 752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake 4d, 752-6064

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

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel Fellowship:
W. McLin Ave.
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sammonds Rd, 754-3843

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

ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Orthodox Church:
3820 Moores Lake Rd, Dover, 659-0123

PENTECOSTAL
Greater Heigbts Family
Worship Center:
3301 Clemons Rd, 754-7088
living Waters Foursquare
Church: 602S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 W.Mahoney St, 757-6123

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


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The Rev. Danny Morris: On A Mission


When asked to pick a scrip-
ture most pastors hone in on
John 3:16: "For God so loved
the world that he gave his one
and only Son, that whoever
believes in him shall not
perish but have eternal life."
Typically we print second
choices to avoid constant
duplication. However, as
regional director of missions
for Southern Baptists, Danny
Morris of the Shiloh Baptist
Association gets his pick.
For more information, call
752-6740.

Q: How long have you been
in Plant City?
A: My wife and I moved
from Fernandina Beach when
I became director here in
2000.

Q: Summarize the work of
the Shiloh Association.
A: We're here to help the
churches and church leaders,
and to help network with the
denominational organiza-
tions to find the resources to
help them be on the cutting
edge.
We network with the Flor-
ida Baptist Convention, the
North American Mission
Board, the International
Mission Board, and Lifeway
(printed material) services.
We have 40 churches in our
association.


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The Rev. Danny Morris of the Shiloh Baptist Association says he would like to see more joint
ventures between different denominations. "We need to look more at those things we have in
common than those things we think differently about."


Q: Do you work with other
denominations?
A: We do some joint ven-
tures such as the recent Black-
aby Conference. It was a great
success. We need to look more
at those things we have in
common than those things we


think differently about.

Q: Do you counsel pastors
and churches?
A: I'll come alongside a
pastor when I'm invited. I'll do
a special church retreat with
10 weeks of preparation get-


ting to understand the needs
in the congregation. It can be
really helpful to look at our-
selves.

Q: What do you enjoy the
most?
'A: To help pastors become


more effective and to- see
churches with tough issues go
through'a process where they
are doing well on a healthy
foundation. I also enjoy
cooperative mission work
with our pastors. Then to.part-
ner with our new churches.

Q: Such as?
A: In just the past year we've
started a cowboy church, a
bike-riders church, a Friday-
Night-Live alternative Baptist
Church and the Hope-Weaver
fellowship. Two of those meet
.here in our facility.

Q: Where were you raised?
A: I was born in 1945 and
raised in Campbellsville, Ky. I
met my wife, Brenda. there in
first grade. Then I attended
Campbellsville Baptist Uni-
versity, graduating in 1967.

Q: When were you married?
A: 1967. She passed away
three years ago. We were mar-
ried 36 years and she is deeply
missed. She was a very strong
support. She loved the minis-
try and she loved people.

Q: Did you attend semi-
nary?
A: Southern Baptist Theo-
logical Seminary. I graduated
in 1971. Then I went back for

-See SPIRIT, Page 12


011 this dayi, we want to celebrate CW and Betty Dukes for 50 years of marriage!

... ....' This lournE began with a single glance; a 10-year old girl in awe of the new boy from Alabama. Their'"flirtation"was innocent and
S" eetl. vnon\mo us. to a picture-show's depiction of"young love."Still, it was just a few years later when Betty was 13 that they started
"going t d\.'
S' ': The ne \t yea r were filled with football games and pep rallies, where Betty cheered for her "#1 man"and CW showcased his
athletic-im for the "Plant City Planters!" Their courtship was long, filled with dinners at Betty's parents'house where she taught herself
to. cook and earl% mornings when CW would pick her up for school. All the while, the pair saved what little money they had and started
planning their future, together.
The?\ % ere marked in the early evening of November 16,1956, in their parents'home amongst family and friends. At the end of the
modest ceTremonv the newlyweds jetted off in their brand new, red and white, hard-top Chevy, armed with love, God's good grace and
the drEam ot building a strong familial structure.
S There first chdd. Steven Alan, was born on December 15,1957. He was a beautiful baby, blessed with the ambitious drive of his
father and the s~, et generosity of his mother. Two years and nine months later, on September 9,1960, Steve became a big brother to
Tanmmi L\nn a i0 acious beauty that charmed the world with her sincerity and insurmountable inner strength. In their early years as a
young lfamil\. "-The Dukes"struggled to better their world, always working hard to save for the future but never sacrificing the daily din-
ners they had around the same table. As the children grew, time became ever more precious and with that, came the appreciation of time.
With the growth of their children, came the growth of their family.Their son, Steve is survived by his two
children: Eric and Crystal. With Tammy's two kids, Charity and Christian,"The Fabulous Four"is completed. In
their youngest years,"Nannie"(chosen nickname for Betty) would have slumber parties."Straight A"parties and
haunted houses with squishy noodles (worms) and lamb's eyeballs (peeled grapes). "Poppa"would build big fires
Sin the backyard and have the kids roast hotdogs and marshmallows or teach them how to take a fish off the hook.
X. With their grandchildren, CW and Betty applied their constant qualities of love and support with the patience and
: wisdom of "older parents."It is through this legacy of moments, that the. family has survived death, triumphs and
failures to become a fortress of love that each of us cherish.
S n light of this occasion, Tammy would like to speak on behalf of herself and her late brother:
W "I am proud of the way my parents have raised us. Grounded in the morals and values that God teaches,
there was no obstacle that could not be overcome. Our strong family values held us together through times of
adversity. Today, I want to celebrate my parents for not only their 50th, but for making my life complete. We love
you, Mom and Dad. Steve and I are honored and blessed to have two people willing to sacrifice their very breath for
their family's well-being and growth."
There are few people in this city that have not been blessed by my parents in some way or another.Their
sincere generosity, humane accessibility, overall goodness and eternal love have touched the hearts of friends and
strangers alike.Though one views them as "superheroes"they are not such. Instead, they are something greater...
a team, grounded in the teachings of our Lord, Jesus Christ ever seeking to be an example. It is through their
strength and uparalleled devotion that CW and Betty Duke stand, together, through the tribulations of love and life
to shout, "We did it and thank you for loving me."
On this day, we celebrate CW and Betty Dukes for 50 years of love, sacrifice and generosity. We love you!!!
Everyone is welcome to come and celebrate this beloved couple on November 19,2006; from 4-6pm, at
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Shiloh Baptist Church -
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
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SPIRIT
Continued From Page 11
my doctor's degree when I
had been a pastor for a
number of years.
Q: Do you have children?
A: Three. Dan Morris, he's a
structural engineer. Lisa is
married to a minister and
Christy is attending Camp-
bellsville Baptist University.
Then I've got six grandchil-
dren. It's amazing, they just
seem to come.
Q: Where have you served?
A: I've pastored seven
churches in four different
states: Virginia, Indiana, Ken-
tucky and Florida.
Q: What is the biggest chal-
lenge for the church?
A: How to effectively minis-
ter in a changing culture. Then
what type of leader does a
pastor have to be in order to
make things happen? I did my
dissertation on building a
healthy foundation for long-
term church growth.
Q: What reaches people?
A, Being real. A focus on the
transforming power of the
gospel. We get sidetracked in
things like politics and people
say, "Why do I need that!"
Q: Are you enjoying your
work?.
A: I am. Obviously it's about
building relationships. A
typical Sunday is teaching
Sunday school at First Baptist,
then preaching at one of the
churches right now its
Bethany while they're
searching for a pastor then
attending a deacons meeting
somewhere. I have a tendency
to wear a lot of hats.


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Call: 643-8989.

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

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

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


Q: What do you do for fun?
A: I'm 24/7 busy. But I do
enjoy my family. I play golf a
little bit. I love to work with
technology and electronics; I
have some broadcasting expe-
rience. And I'm going on a
cruise from Italy all the way
back to Miami.
Q: What are you reading?
A: "Experiencing God" and
of course "The Purpose Driven
Life" has been a real winner.
I'm thinking about writing a
book for church leaders about
building- foundations for
church growth.
Q: What's your favorite
hymn?
A: "My faith has found a
resting place." Then "I can
only Imagine" has been most
inspiring. I like all music a
little bit, but of course my age
limits me some.
Q: How do you see the
future?
A: Since Brenda passed
away I've recognized that life
can be brief and uncertain.
I've done a lot of reflection
and now I'm thinking, "What
do I need to do to be signifi-
cant to the people I serve?" To
get in touch with the Lord's
will. My theme is building
relationships with God and
one another through Jesus
Christ.
Derek Maul

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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
City Commissioner Bill Dodson
announced at the Nov. 13 city com-
mission meeting that a grant for $8.1
million from the U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban Development
has been awarded to build a three-
story complex on North Alexander
Street for low-income seniors.
The grant recipient is the Roman
Catholic Diocese of St. Petersburg,
Catholic Charities USA and Plant
City's St. Clement Catholic Church.
Plans call for 68 one-bedroom
units to be built just south of the
church, 1104 N. Alexander St.
Groundbreaking on the facility
has not been set, but the project
should be completed before the end
of 2007, Dodson said.
Sheila Lopez, executive officer
with Catholic Charities, wrote the
grant application with the Rev. Tom


Morgan, the pastor of St. Clement.
"Father Morgan has identified a
growing need for affordable senior
housing in the Plant City area,"
Lopez said. "This complex will pro-
vide affordable housing for those
who qualify."
Lopez said the determination of
tenant approval will be strictly
guided by HUD requirements and
will not be church related.
The building will include a com-
munity room for social activities
and a common laundry area. The
management staff provided at the
facility will provide tenants with a
wide variety of supportive services
that will allow the residents to live as
independently as possible.
"The construction will incorpo-
rate visitations and universal design
standards," Lopez said.
Dodson, a member at St. Clem-
ent, has been aware of the growing
need for affordable housing in the
area.
"This particular project will go a
long way to help serve low-income
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Volunteers filled the new Expo Building for the dinner. Organizers also noted the deaths of festival board members Mac Hooper, James L. Redman
and Bill McClelland with a moment of silence. All three died in the last year.


Festival thanks volunteers
"They make a tremendous difference," said
Patsy Brooks, general manager of the Florida
Strawberry Festival, as she surveyed the Volun-
teer Appreciation Dinner Nov. 9. More than
1,000 volunteers turned out for the event, which
featured a barbecue dinner and prize raffle.
"They are not just a workforce, they are goodwill
ambassadors for the festival as well as Plant
City."
Joe Newsome, a past president of the festival,
said the 2007 music lineup will be more varied
than ever.
"It's one of the best we have ever had," said
Newsome, chairman of the festival entertain-
ment committee. "It's certainly more varied than
we have ever had." The festival will release a full
list of entertainers early next month.
Tickets for the festival, which can also be
ordered and printed out online, will be available
starting Dec. 11 at 8 a.m. Tickets may also be
purchased at the festival office, 2202 W. Reynolds
St., Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4
p.m.
The festival is planned for March 1-11.
Information: 752-9194 or visit www.flstraw
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Strawberry Festival Queen Hannah Hodge is joined by Jesse Coleman, left, and Donald
Bartruff. "This year has gone by so fast, but I have loved every second," Hodge said. "The
whole thing has been amazing and way more than I or any of the girls in my court could
have imagined." A new queen will be crowned early next year.


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At left, volunteers enjoyed a free barbecue
dinner at the event. Above, cooking up a feast
for the volunteers were, from left, Buck
Connell, C.L. Giddens, Glendon Porter, Bill Page
and Harold Mott. At right, Wallace Carter, a
festival volunteer for the last eight years, won a
cordless drill at the event. B.J. Shirley handed
over the prize.


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Commissioners Approve Restoration Funding


ROOMING HOUSE
RESTORATION COSTS
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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
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The city has taken another step
toward the restoration of the historic
Bing Rooming House, agreeing to pro-
vide funding as well as reaching an
agreement to make it a historic
museum for at least the next 20 years.
Commissioners voted unanimously
to partner with the Florida Depart-
ment of Historic Resources regarding
an approved $180,000 grant. City
Manager David Sollenberger was
authorized to execute the agreement.
The grant will help fund repairs
needed to buttress the aged and
weathered structure at 205 S. Allen St.
The required $100,000 local match will
be paid with federally-funded Com-
munity Development Block Grant
money and additional funds from the
owner of the property, the Improve-
merit League of Plant City.
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There isn't a whole lot left of the ground floor of the Bing Rooming House, 205
S. Allen St., after restoration contractors removed the rotted and termite
infested wood. State preservation officials have agreed to allow the restoration
to include a concrete slab under the ground floor to better preserve the
restored structure.


extensive termite damage to the sub-
structure," Sollenberger told commis-
sioners Nov. 13 during the city
commission meeting. "But the project
is still on schedule and workable."
Commissioners had no further dis-
cussion on the matter prior to the
vote.
The Bing Rooming House was a seg-


regation era home formerly owned
and operated by the late parents of
Plant City resident James Washington.
Washington inherited the home from
his parents, later transferring owner-
ship of the property to the Improve-
ment League. That move allowed the
property to be designated as a historic
place, making it eligible for restoration


grants. Restoration of the 1930s two-
story frame house could end up cost-
ing the city $200,000 before it is
completed. Originally, when the proj-
ect was first brought to the city, it was
agreed by the then-seated commis-
sioners that the city would incur no
costs in the restoration. The intent was
for the Improvement League to supply
all funds, minus grant money, with the
city fronting the project.
An agenda report on the restoration
noted the Improvement League con-
sented to an agreement authorizing
the city to proceed as the agent on the
project, while agreeing to hold the city
harmless from any loss, liability or
damage resulting from the work. The
league further agreed the building
would be operated as a museum for a
20 year period.
City records show actual expendi-
tures on the restoration thus far at
more than $113,000. Heart
Construction, a St. Petersburg firm,
has agreed to a $341,220 contract to
completely restore the building.
Additional grant funding is being
pursued for the Improvement League
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16 THE COURIER NOVEMBER 16, 2006


Schools Chief Faces Questions At Durant Meeting


SEAT BELTS AND GROWTH
AMONG TOP ISSUES
By LINDA CHION KENNEY
Ichion@mediageneral.com
Driving safety, school crowding and
capacity issues highlighted a town hall
meeting hosted by the Hillsborough,
County School District at Durant High
School this month.
At the Nov. 6 meeting, schools
superintendent MaryEllen Elia noted
the spate of automobile accidents that
have rocked the school system since
the school year began, including an
October accident that claimed the life
of Tyler Clark, a Bloomingdale High
student, and injured seven of his
schoolmates. Her comments were
especially poignant at Durant, where
every school year since the school
opened in 1995, there has been at least
one student killed in an automobile
accident. There hasn't been a fatality
at Durant this year, and school officials
want to keep it that way.
"Some of our students have died in
car crashes and these are tragedies
that affect the whole school and all of
us," Elia said. "We need to learn to
make sure we wear our seat belts as
adults. We need to be the model for
our children, our students, to see that.
I don't know if seat belts could have
prevented (fatalities), but it breaks my
heart when I see some of the students
not buckling up."
Elia noted initiatives to strengthen
the "buckle up" message in driver
education classes and to partner with
the Hillsborough County Sheriff's
Office, which periodically makes seat
belt sweeps at area high schools.
Earlier this year, the deputies were at
Durant, pulling over students, educat-
ors and parents who drove to school
not wearing seat belts.
"I'm sorry the tickets are so
expensive, but I'm with the sheriff,"
Elia said. "Every student who isn't
wearing a seat belt, and every parent
or teacher, deserves to have that lesson
taught."


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MaryEllen Elia fields questions at this month's town hall meeting at Durant High'
School Elia is in her second year as superintendent of Hillsborough County '
schools, the nation's eighth-largest school district.


The November town hall meeting
was held at Durant, which this year
opened as the district's most-crowded
high school. Durant, which has lost a
third of its parking lot space to porta-
ble classrooms, is expecting a second
new classroom wing during the next
school year. Plant City High School
already opened a new classroom wing
and a wing is in the works for Arm-
wood.
Still, and despite this year's soften-
ing housing market, which led to a
marked decrease in new students
enrolled, the area is in desperate need
of a new high school. Intensifying that
need is legislatively-mandated class-
room size reductions, which lessen a


school's capacity for students.
The school board in October
approved the purchase of land for a
new high school near McIntosh Road
between Interstate 4 and U.S. 92 in
Dover. That school, with a planned
opening for the 2009-10 school year,
would relieve Durant, Plant City and
Armwood. Forty days into the school
year, the schools enrolled 2,795, 2,965
and 1,985 students, respectively.
Cathy Valdes, Hillsborough's chief
facilities officer, said classroom wings
would be added in eastern Hills-
borough County to Alafia, Bevis, Buck-
horn, FishHawk Creek, Mintz, Nelson
and Walden Lake elementary schools;
to Burnett, Giunta, Marshall, Mulren-


nan, Randall and Rodgers middle
schools; and to Armwood, Blooming-
dale, Brandon, Durant, Newsome and
Riverview high schools.
In other town hall items, Elia
addressed concerns about Internet
safety, teaching contracts for agricul-
tural education teachers, schools for
the proposed Lake Hutto project in
Lithia and school calendar conflicts
with the Martin Luther King holiday.
She assured William Thomas Jr. of
the improvement League of Plant City
that "schools would be participating mi
Martin Luther King parades through-
out this county" despite a state confer-
ence for music educators planned for
the same time period.
She assured another speaker that
the district's review of all staff con-
tracts would be done with efficiency in
mind, and not to adversely affect stu-
dents and programs. She said she rec-
ognizes the strong reputation rhe
district has for agricultural education
and its importance to the eastern
Hillsborough community.
Lake Hutto, she said, "has been on
the radar screen for a long time." The
development is slated for an elemen-
tary and a middle school and a class-
room wing is planned for Newsome
High. The district, she added, is watch-
ing very carefully the trends in hous-
ing, welcoming this year's downturn
but not expecting it to last forever.
"You can have a slowdown, then a
spurt, and it can slow down again," she
said. "We're waiting very carefully and
we have to keep reviewing it."
As for Internet safety, the school dis-
trict, in conjunction with the sheriff's
office and the PTA, has been working
on ways to keep students and parents
informed of online perils.
"If we don't teach kids how to use
the Internet, they will be behind when
they get out of school," Elia said. But "a
critical part of that instruction"'has to
involve things kids and parents can do
to stay safe from such things as online
predators. "It's absolutely critical to
make sure kids are safe when they're
on the computer."


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COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


Road to Recovery
seeks volunteers
Volunteers are needed for
the American Cancer Society's
Road to Recovery program in
Plant City.
It is a volunteer-based
transportation program that,
helps people get to and from
their cancer treatments if they
have no other form of trans-
portation.
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 Satur-
days, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., through-
out the year at the hospital's
Community Health Resource
Center.
The checks are by appoint-
ment only. Call: 754-4444.
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 flexible
to accommodate the work
schedules of students residing
in the Plant City area.
The classes take place at
HCC's Plant City campus.
HCC established the pro-
gram to help individuals not
only earn their high school
diploma .but transition to col-
lege as well. '
Call: 757-2111.

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

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club
seeks used eyeglasses and
hearing aids.
The club collects the items
for distribution to needy
people in Florida and other
nations.
To donate, place the items
in a "Lions Recycle for Sight"
collection bin at the following
locations: the office of Drs.
Humphrey and Maggard,
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Healthy Lifestyle Screenings

Beat the Flu-
Get Vaccinated!
No time to have the flu? Make time
to get a $27 flu shot. It's your best
defense against influenza and its
potentially serious effects on your
health. Pneumonia shots are also
available for $35. Only Medicare B
can be billed. No exceptions and
no HMOs.
November 20
4:30-7:30pm
Wal-Mart
2602 James Redman Parkway

Diabetes Education
Support '9
For more information or to enroll,
call Lisa Finley at (813) 757-8202.
December 5
5-6pm
2 "South Classroom
Cost: Free


TC/HDL/Glucose
No fasting required.
No appointment necessary.
4th Tuesday of every month
2-3pm .
Hospital Main Lobby
Cost: $15


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S I presents the 8th annual "Lights of Love"
:, holiday music program and tree lighting
ceremony. Join us at McCall Park in
downtown Plant City for this festive
occasion. Proceeds benefit the Pediatric
Department at South Florida Baptist
Hospital. Photos with Santa will be
available for $5. For more information,
call (81 3) 757-8478.

-- Thursday, November 30
Photos with Santa, 5:30-7:30pm
Tree Lighting Ceremony, 6:45pm


Car Seat
Safety Check
Four out of five car seats are
installed incorrectly. Is yours
one of them? Come find out.
Community Health Resource Center
Hospital Main Lobby
By appointment only on these
special dates: call (813) 754-4444.
9am-1pm;
November 27, December 4
I Oam-2pm;
November 30, December 14,
December 28


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Sunday: 1-4:30pm
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December 4, 6-10pm
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Cost: $35 (includes book and card)
Must register to attend.
Pre-payment required.
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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


COMMUNITY

Road to Recovery
seeks volunteers
Volunteers are needed for
the American Cancer Society's
Road to Recovery program in-
Plant City. It is a volunteer-
based transportation program
that helps people get to and
from their cancer treatments
if they have no other form of
transportation.
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 Satur-
days, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., through-
out the year at the hospital's
Community Health Resource
Center. The checks are by
appointment only. Call: 754-
4444.

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 flex-
ible to accommodate the work
schedules of students residing
in the Plant City area.
The classes take place at
HCC's Plant City campus.
HCC established the pro-
gram to help individuals not
only earn their high school
diploma but transition to col-
lege as well.
Call: 757-2111.

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

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

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.






HEROIC HOMECOMING


City Turns Out



For Troops


HUNDREDS LINE
STREETS TO HONOR,
SALUTE VETS
By KEVIN BRADY
kbrady@mediageneral.com
One sign said it all for Mayor
John Dicks.
"Welcome Home Daddy.
You're My Hero."
Dicks was among hundreds
of well-wishers who lined the
streets of Plant City on Veter-
ans Day to welcome home 153
members of the Florida Army
National Guard, 3rd Battalion,
116th Field Artillery. The unit,


based at the Sumpter L. Lowry
Armory on Airport Road, has
been on active duty in Iraq for
the past year.
With a police escort leading
the way, the four bus loads of
soldiers made their way south
on State Road 39 through
downtown Plant City and
along Alexander Street before
turning onto Airport Road.
"It's a great day to welcome
home our heroes," Dicks told
a cheering crowd at the
Armory, where hundreds of
friends and relatives had gath-
ered for emotional reunions.
"You are the guardians of our
See TROOPS, Page 20


Above: One-year-old Sylvie Belbin and her sister, Lily, 3, of Palm
Bay were there to welcome home their uncle, Sgt. Jesse Powell.
Right: Mayor John Dicks told troops they were the "defenders
of our freedom." Dicks was joined by state Rep. Rich Glorioso
and a representative of U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson's office at a party
for returning troops.


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reunite with family and friends."
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freedom and we are very, very
grateful for your sacrifice."
Unlike many of those
waving flags and homemade
signs onAirport Road, Shanon
Crowell wasn't welcoming
back a relative.
"I just wanted to be here to
show support for the troops
and let them know what they
do makes a difference and
that it is important," she said.
"I don't know that I could
do what they are doing, so I
wanted to be here to support
them," said Nancy Crowell.
Spc. Haik.am Younes got the
message.
"Seeing all the people line
the streets means a lot," he
said. "I wasn't expecting it. It
really means a lot."
Army Spc. David Alexander
Rodriguez agreed.
"I was not really expecting
this many people. It was a
nice surprise." His mom,
Annette, was just glad to see
her son home.
"I was worried about him
when I heard he was going
and it's been averylongyear,"
she said.
"I didn't want to watch TV
or read the newspapers. I just
feel relieved."
Decked out in "Welcome
Home Derek" T-shirts, more
than 10 members of the
Waters clan were on hand to
greet Pfc. Derek Waters.
"I am very proud of what
Derek and his company did
over there," said Ben Waters,
Derek's father. "I am just glad
he's home and out of harm's
way."
Lt. Col. Matthew Hearon
said the welcome and support


from Plant City has been.
something special.
"I have been on three tours
of duty and this is, by far, the
greatest welcome home we
have ever had," said Hearon,
the battalion commander for
the unit. "The support of the
people in Plant City the
employers, our elected
representative, the people -
has been tremendous."
Drawing loud applause,
Hearon said the group would
go down in history as the unit
that "closed Abu Ghraib and
turned it over to the Iraqi
government." Prisoner abuse
at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison
made international news last
year and led to the conviction
of 10 guards. The Plant City
unit was not involved in the
prisoner abuse scandal.
"What you did over there
was tremendous and to come
back with no casualties is
unbelievable," said state Rep.
Rich Glorioso of Plant City.
"Now is the time to .reunite
with family and friends," said
Glorioso, who also praised the
"sacrifice of the families here
at home."
Lyzette Bryant was the
"angel" for those families,
said Linda Mitchell who was
reunited with her son, Spec.
Earl W. Doyle Jr., Saturday.
Bryant was the unit's family
readiness coordinator.
"We couldn't have done
this without you," said Mitch-
ell as she presented Bryant
with an engraved glass award
from the families of the unit.
"I am elated," said Mitchell,
who traveled from New York
for the ceremony. The family
recently moved there from
Plant City. "But I am also very
happy that (the deployment)
is over."


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Cheryl and Matthew Zisalli of Land 0' Lakes took a break after a long hug for a photo.


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ALL OF US OWE A
GREAT DEBT TO THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO SERVED,
FOUGHT AND DIED IN THE ARMED FORCES OF OUR
COUNTRY SINCE THE BIRTH OF OUR NATION
I betihve lhat as American w*e owe a great debt io the men and wmen ri our ,armed forces who have served tirelessly, fought
reletries'ly and whc' gave of their own lives selflessly for lh.e freedoms ,Ou and I enjoy eery day
low 'he ha3e an opporlunily to erecl a monument thai would honor and e.pre.. our gratitude for the re' rat many
sacrifices these men and women have made for u's and at the same Itme help i.:' edu':.I.e ,'ir7,eraioiuri. to come We have a
chance l.: s.ho that our comrmnity has not andr AlII ne..er forie,.l al tri-cn eed ,oni --me al a pri:e We al1c honor oh.). family
friend; and neighbors who have paid thai price
The Veterans Mornument Committee ,-[ Plant Cip, ha- erq.a ed he services of vorld rerinowrned sculptor and Plant City nalrive
Harrnson Covingori to create a 20' ;,'cuplure I:' honor anod ,:.'mem,,orate the:ese 'eleran,. ir C- -vir ,rn a World War II flying
ace is graciously aivin_ his ler HoweV-er. trhe ost to ,",,ritruj,:t IranrspOi arid inst1ll the mrniument *ll be appro.,imately
$5.0i Ini The finished Work ,i an 'Ill appropriately be pl.acbed in ir,-.nI '.1 ':ur Cily Hall The largest dale for i:omplelr, is Novem
ter 11. ;20il7 WtIh gre.a admiration for our veterans, Haught Funeral Hore ,5 proud to be a supporting sponsor of this project for
our community. If you would also like to be a supporter and a part of this morurrmental occasion please joan the effort by sending
a tax deductible check made payable and mailed to:
Plant City Armed Forces Memorial Foundation
110 West Reynolds St., Suite 204
Plant City, FL 33563
For further information, you may contact
Jennifer Closshey at 813-754-5350.

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HEROIC HOMECOMING


2006 DAVE BUYENS. All rights reserved.
Plant City's Ken Jameson did not have any relatives returning Saturday, but he stood along Airport Road and waved a flag to honor the troops.


WAYS TO SUPPORT
THE TROOPS
F-or those looking tr t\a\s to help
supportt U.S: troops, here are some
suggestions from \vwv.americasu-
pportsyou.com, which is a Depart-
ment of Defense program that
shoucases the many \-a s the coun-
try is supporting our troops and
their families.

Send care packages
The Web site has links to about 80
sites t\ith ways to put together care
packages. One site is wwi'.ustroo-
pcarepackage.com, which suggests
what to send and how to send it and
also asks for the information on
troops who would like to receive


care packages. Information: 1509.
521-7508 or write U.S. Troop Care
Package. P.O. Bo',. 3445. Pasco.
Wash.99302.

Support the National Guard
and reserve
As more National Guard and
Reserve troops are deployed at
home and abroad, programs like
Employer Support of the Guard and
Reserve are becoming busier.
The program's mission is to gain
and maintain active support from
all public and private employers for
the men and women of the National
Guard and Reserve. Its site,
wx-w.esgr.mil, is one of 15 sites
listed in the Sen-ice Aid Societies


section of wwwv.ametricasuppor-
tsyou.com. The program has com-
mittee,- in every state, however, yNou
may contact its national headquar-
ters at National Committee for
Employer Support of the Guaid and
Reserve, 1555 Wilson Blvd.. Suite
200, Arlington, VA 1112109-24105 or
call 1-800(-3.36-1590.

Help for the wounded
The Web site also links to about
60 organizations offering help to
the wounded and their families,
including Fisher House at w.xw.f-
isherhouse.org.
Fisher House provides a home
away from home to enable families
to be as close to a loved one at a


most stressful time during ho-spi-
talization for an illness. disease or
injurN. You can contact Fisher
House Foundation Inc., 1401 Rock-
-ille Pike. Suite 600, Rockville. NID
20852 or call 1-888-294-8560.

Write letters, messages
The Web site offers about 60
links to other suites that can help
you send a message to a service
member. One program is Letters
from Home, which collects letters
and packages and sends them to
troops. The site is i-ww.lettersfro-
mhomeprogram.org. You can
contact Chris and Jim Jovenitti at
P.O. Bo\ 125, Jolmhnsonburg. PA
15845 or call 1814) 781-1982.


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from your home to reduce the
risk of both places suffering
the same disaster.
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bank's locations, addresses
and phone numbers.
* Copy all the documents in the
safe-deposit box and place
them in an evacuation box
(preferably a fire-proof box).
* Store your evacuation box
some place you can get
to easily. Take it with you if
you evacuate.
* Update documents in both
boxes once or twice a year.
*Write instructions concerning
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* Appraisals of jewelry,
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Left: The Waters family all
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"Welcome Home Derek"
message for Pfc. Derek
Waters. Below left: "We
are very proud of him,"
said Liz Cruz, right, as she
prepared to welcome
home her nephew, Scott
Chambers. Jessi Shell,
Chamber's sister, joined
her at the armory. Below:
Nikki Weil joined her mom
and dad, James and
Jennifer, on Airport Road
to welcome home Sgt. Pauw
Belland. "He's my best
friend," said James Weil, a
U.S. Army veteran. "It's
important to come out
and show support and I
know they appreciate it."


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Fruit cakes will be made by ladies of Plant City Cornerstone Center. Place
order for home made fruit cakes and/or 1 lb. Pkg. of pecans, halves or
pieces. Fruit cakes will be available forThanksgiving and Christmas.
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GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photos
The first of four buses carrying soldiers returning from active duty in Kuwait and Iraq turns the
corner at West Reynolds and North Collins streets Nov. 11 en route to the Sumpter L. Lowry
Armory on Airport Road. A police escort led the buses through downtown where, coincidently,
about 350 visitors toured the Plant City Photo Archives' "Salute To Veterans."


Old Soldier Appreciates Homecoming


ED VARN SERVED IN WORLD WAR II
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
When four buses carrying members of the
Plant City Army National Guard unit turned off
West Reynolds Street onto North Collins on
Vetemas Day, Ed Varn was standing there,
watching and waving, cowboy hat and all.
The troops, numbering 153, were returning
after serving 16 months duty in the Middle
East.
Vain, a World War II Army veteran, was
standing at the curb near the entrance to the
Plant City Photo Archives. He saluted the sol-
diers coming back home with tears in his eyes.
He was one of about 350 visitors to the
archives' "Salute To Veterans" exhibit, which
was organized and scheduled long before the
returning unit was known to be coming home.
"I think it's great that the troops now fight-
ing overseas are given so much support," Varn
said.
And he wasn't just referring, to the civilians
cheering and waving as the soldiers came
home.
"When the soldiers who joined the Army
during World War II were released from active
duty, they didn't all get transportation back
home," Varn said. "I'm happy to see the local
soldiers are getting to ride home in style."
Varn said things were a bit different in 1945.
He recalled how the Army brought Central
Florida soldiers who had served in Europe to
Camp Blanding. The got to the camp, near
Starke, via train. But the rest of the trip was up
to them.
"They told us to get home the best way we
knew how," Vern said, laughing at the memory.
"I hitchhiked home and had to pay a Tampa
man $10 to drop me off several miles from
town. He didn't even take me to my house."
Varn spent 39 months in Europe during the
war. He received four battle stars during his
deployment, representing action in North
Africa, Italy, France and Germany.
"A lot of us were just kids at the time," Varn
said. "I certainly was. I was in a transportation


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Patrons at the Plant City Photo Archives'
"Salute To Veterans" exhibit were treated to
coffee, juice and pastries.
company. So we moved soldiers and supplies
wherever they were needed."
One of those stops happened to be on the
French Riviera.
"That is the funny part," the local farmer
said. "We landed in Nice, France, just a few
months after the landing at Normandy. There
were those beautiful beaches and the liberated
French people. But we only stayed in Nice for
30 minutes. Then it was on to Germany and the
last battles of the war."
One year later Vern was a civilian again,
walking on some lonely road, hitchhiking his
way back home.


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Ed Varn, center, stands beneath a Plant City Photo Archives picture of himself from 1943, when he
was in the Army. Varn's photo was one of about 600 on display at the center, 119 N. Collins St., for
the second annual "Salute To Veterans" exhibit. Ed Verner, the archives founder, left, and its
director, Gil Gott, will continue the exhibit honoring local veterans through Feb. 3.



























Photos courtesy of Verna McKelvin

A solemn escort
Above: More than 200 motorcyclists meet on the grounds of the Florida Strawberry Festival last
month to help escort the Dignity Memorial Vietnam Wall from Plant City to the Westfield
Brandon mall. Below: Motorcycle officers from the Plant City Police Department and the Hills-
borough County Sheriff's Office were also part of the solemn escort.


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helped organize the escort in
Plant City. "It was on of the
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things I have been involved
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Huber
Air Force Airman Tuyet T.
Huber has graduated from
basic training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas.
She is the daughter of
George and Christine Huber of
Dover and is a 2004 graduate
of Bloomingdale High School.
Riley
Army Reserve Pvt. Dennis R.
Riley has graduated from basic
training at Fort Jackson,
Columbia, S.C.
Riley is the son of Lori and
stepson of John Dreisbaugh of
Dover.
His father, Dennis R. Riley
Sr., lives in Zephyrhills.
Howell
James T. Howell has gradu-
ated from the Army ROTC
Leader Development and
Assessment Course at Fort
Lewis, Tacoma, Wash.
Cadets in their junior and
senior year of college must
complete the leadership
development course.
Upon successful comple-
tion of the course, the ROTC
program, and graduation from
college, cadets are commis-
sioned as second lieutenants
in the Army, National Guard
or Army Reserve.
Howell is a student at Bel-
mont University, Nashville,
Tenn.
He is the son of Stephen J.
and Katherine G. Howell of
Plant City and a 1999 graduate
of Plant City High School.


Pace
Army National Guard Pvt.
Heather N. Pace has gradu-
ated from basic training at
Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
Her mother and stepfather,
Loranda and Anthony Disano,
live in Plant City.
Gonzalez
Army Pvt. Bryan P. Gonzalez
has graduated from basic
training at Fort Jackson,
Columbia, S.C. He is the son of
Frank Gonzalez of Plant City
and Sharon DeSousa of Clear-
water and is a 2004 graduate of
Gibbs High School.
Singleton
Air Force Airman Kevin L.
Singleton has graduated from
basic training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas. He is the brother of Lisa
Wright of Plant City.
Howard
Army Pvt. Timothy S.
Howard has graduated from
basic training at Fort Sill,
Lawton, Okla. He is the grand-
son of Anita Leaman of Plant
City.
Janssen
Army National Guard Pfc.
Amanda M. Janssen has grad-
uated from basic training at
Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
She is the daughter of Chris-
topher Janssen and Dawn Bal-
lard of Plant City and is a 2006
graduate of Plant City High
School.


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Homeowner salutes military
While some may plant flags on their lawn for Veterans Day, homeowner Susan Pealo
started working her personal salute to vets more than two months ago. Pealo constructed
five 30-inch plywood signs, painting the emblems of the five branches of the U.S. military
on each. She displayed the emblems on the front lawn of her Walker Street home. "People
in the neighborhood really liked it and when I brought it to the Plant City Singles Club last
week, the vets there really seemed to appreciate it" Pealo said. She plans to store the
display until Memorial Day, when it will again take pride of place on her lawn. "I have had
family members serve in every branch of the armed forces except the Coast Guard, so this
is my way of saying thanks to the veterans." Pealo is also building smaller, 30-inch signs on
request. Call 785-9493 for more information.


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Network Professionals
Network Professionals of Plant City
Inc. meets Thursdays from 11:45 a.m. to 1
p.m. at Chicano's, 110 E. Reynolds St.
Call: Michael Gottesman: 754-3183.

PCHS Class of 1949
The Plant City High School Class of
1949 meets the first Wednesday of the
month at 11:30 a.m. at the Collins Street
Restaurant. Call: 752-3048.

Rotary Daybreak Club
The Rotary Daybreak Club meets
Monday at 7 a.m. at Community Confer-
ence Room, South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St. Call: Mike
Mcminn, 719-3959.

Kiwanis
The Plant City Kiwanis Club meets
Wednesday at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St.
Call: Ken Gibbs, 752-6171.


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Call: Chris Prevatt, 359-
5018.

Tai chi classes
Tai chi classes are offered
Tuesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at
the Winter Visitor Center, 403
Dort St., for $4 per class.
Information: Joyce, 685-1211; or
Chris, cwashbum@plantcitygo-
v.com or 659-4200. Ext. 4340.

WEDNESDAY
Mommy and Me Playtime
Mommy and Me Playtime is
offered Wednesdays from 10
a.m. to noon at the Planteen
Recreation Center, 301 Dort
St., for ages 2 and older. Dads
are also welcome.
Information: Chris, cwash-
burn@plantcitygov.com" or
659-4200, Ext. 4340.


Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club invites sin-
gles to a dance every Friday from 8 p.m.
to midnight at the Stardust Dance
Center in Plant City Plaza, 1405 Collins
St. The cost is $5 for members, $7 for
nonmembers.
Call: 752-9277 or 759-2063.

Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan Club meets the
first and third Thursday of every month
at 6:45 a.m. at the Orange Blossom Tea
Room, 106 S. Evers St.
Call: Ann Churchwell, 986-2827.

Al-Anon meeting
Hope Al-Anon meets Mondays at 7:30
p.m. at St. Clement Catholic Church, 1104
N. Alexander St., Room 7. Call: 752-5316.

Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of Plant City
meets at 7:30 p.m. on the third Thursday
of the month at the First United Meth-
odist Church Wesley Center.
Call Don Rainard, 707-0331.


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

PLAN AHEAD
Revival
Sydney Assembly of God,
14905 Sydney Road, plans -a
revival with singer Gloria Elliot
Nov. 26 at 6 p.m. and Nov. 27-
29 at 7 p.m:
Call: 659-0532.

E-mail class
Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St., will offer
an introductory e-mail class,
level 2, Nov. 29 from 2 to 3
p.m. Registration required
one hour before class begins;
class size is limited.
Call: 757-9215.


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leading cause of heart attacks.
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Square-dancing lessons
Square dances and square dancing
lessons are offered on a regular basis at
Strawberry Square, 4401 Boot Bay Road.
Information: 752 0491 or
www.floridadanceweb.com/strawberry.

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
Restaurant at the Lakeland Airport.
Call: 752-6317 or 633-0029.


Photo courtesy of Melane Byrd

Attorney General eats at Fred's
A stop at a Plant City eatery appears to have paid off for
at least one candidate for state office. Bill McCollum,
Florida's new attorney general, stopped in at Fred's
Market Nov. 6 to shake hands and eat lunch a day before
voters went to the polls. McCollum was a guest of Johnnie
Byrd, a former Florida House Speaker and a Plant City
lawyer. McCollum defeated Democrat Walter "Skip"
Campbell for the seat. Above, McCollum enjoys lunch
with Leah and Howard Stitzel and Mary Jo Futch, presi-
dent of the Plant City Republican Women's Club.


Lights of Love Tree'Lighting
The eighth annual Lights of
Love Tree Lighting, co-spon-
sored by the South Florida Bapt- Solution To:
ist Hospital Foundation and the "You Can Call Me Al"
city of Plant City, will take place "You Can Call Me Al
Nov. 30 at 6:45 p.m. at McCall A LD_ E E IS T A IL
Park, 100 N.Collins St. Families SAU TERNE KOREA TOR ER
can come from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. ALTRU I SM RI EL EEMAN
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Claus. Admission and parking OLDJOJKIEN SOLO
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5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The association HAHDLS FLAK LEA M A
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stations offering snacks and
beverages to families attending
the McCall Park tree lighting.
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GONZALEZ, Janet E., 19, of
Plant City, passed away Sunday,
October 29, 2006. Miss
Gonzalez was born in Jersey
City, N.J., and moved here 18
years ago. She was a
herpetologist. Survivors include,
her mother, Meredith Grace;
grandparents, Edward and
Jacqueline Grace; brother,
Jarrod Gonzalez; all of Plant
City; aunt, Vicki, and uncle,
Preston Halstead of Albany,
N.Y.; uncle, Powel Crosley of
New Zealand; four cousins; and
Pandora. A celebration of her
life took place with family
members and friends 7-9 p.m.
Friday, November 10, 2006, at
her home at 602 N. Warnell St.,
Plant City, Fla. Memorial
contributions may be made to
Big Cat Rescue, 12802 Easy St.,
Tampa, Fla. My darling
daughter, Janet. Forever you will
be a free spirit, strong-willed
beauty, inside and out, ride on,
"Horsewoman". Teach us
herpetolgist, a lover of all
animals, great and small, with
infectious laughter, to smile like
an innocent child. Much loved
for the courage, compassion,
intelligence, strength and
friendship you shared with
many. "Our hearts" embraced.
Janet Elspeth Gonzalez's
beautiful, black and elegant hair
will be donated to "Locks of
Love." Take the heel-toe
express then puff-puff pass. In
Janet's words, always
remember that life is always
beautiful in all its innocence and
glory. Special gratitude is given
from her family to Jim
Evangelista, Fowler White, the
Honorable R.A. Nielsen and
the office of the medical
examiner.
Wells Memorial Funeral Home
Lacey McClellan & Staff
(813) 752-1111


Hospital hosts Fall Fancy

The South Florida Baptist Hospital Foundation hosted its fifth
annual Fall Fancy Nov. 4 at the home of Richard and Mona
Fulmer. All proceeds benefited the children's wing at Florida
Baptist. At left, Fulmer with Sherrie Mueller, right, one of the
organizers of the event. Below, guests enjoy some table top
shopping.


Photos courtesy of South Florida Baptist Hospital
Above, enjoying the event were, from left, Foundation staff
member Lisa Gullinese and Fall Fancy committee members Janet
Rollyson and Marian Whitehurst. At left, the event included a
buffet lunch, tabletop shopping and a fashion show.


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O'DONNELL, Ray "Curley,"
our beloved husband and father,
left us Tuesday, November 7,
2006. He was born in South
Bend, Ind., January 12, 1922. He
lived there until 1985, when he
moved to Plant City, Fla. Ray is
survived by wife, Angie; two
sons, Dennis and Terry; one
daughter, Sherry Lee; two
brothers, Homer and Howard;
nine grandchildren and 12 great-
grandchildren. His sister, Ruth,
preceded him in death. Ray
worked at the Indiana and
Michigan Power Plant (AEP) for
37 years. He was a veteran of
World War II and took part in
the Battle of the Buldge. Ray
was a die hard Cub fan. He was
a member of the Loyal Order of
the Moose, Veterans of Foreign
Wars and the American Legion.
Cremation will take place and a
memorial service will be
conducted in January 2007. He
was greatly loved and we will
miss him always. Arrangements
were handled by
Wells Memorial Funeral Home
Lacey McClellan & Staff
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Durant Soccer Team Captures Wharton Invitational


GARCIA RUNS STATE
CROSS COUNTRY SAME DAY
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@inediageneral.com
Durant's second-year soccer coachwas glad to get
his team into a quality preseason tournament, but he
got more than he bargained for. In a good way.
The Cougars' boys soccer team wonr the Wharton
Invitational by beating the host Wildcats 2-1 Satur-
day. The win capped a stretch of four straight days of
action for Durant.
Originally, the field did not include the Cougars.
But Durant coach Jamin Hollingsworth made sure
Wharton's coach knew he wanted Durant in should
anyone drop out.
"Did I think we'd win the thing? Probably not. So
overall, I'd say I'm pretty pleased," Hollingsworth
said.
Particularly pleasant was the scoring prowess his
team showed. With an all-senior defense of Andrew
Kanarr, Ben Jones, Marcos Garcia and Phil Costa to
go with senior goaltender Chris Parsley, that side of


the field was not a concern. But Hollingsworth
wasn't sure if anyone would take over the reigns
offensively.
Sophomore Cecil Clarke, a transfer from the Port
Charlotte area, took care of that. He scored four goals
in the three games at Wharton. Two of them came in
a 4-2 defeat of Sickles.
"Cecil was here last year and talked to me then
about playing, but it was after the season. I knew he
was a good player," Hollingsworth said. Still, Clarke
was not originally going to he a starter, but got his
chance when another player was ruled ineligible.
-Since the Wharton event was a preseason tourney,
the Cougars' season "officially" began Friday with a
1-1 tie against Plant. With the games at Wharton
landing on Wednesday and Thursday, followed by
the finals on Saturday afternoon, it made for busy
stretch.
One Durant player who could have used fatigue as
an excuse to opt out of the championship game was
Garcia. He ran the Class 4A cross, country meet,
earlier Saturday, where Durant qualified for a second
straight year.
Less than five hours later, Garcia was on the soccer
field.


"He played every minute, too, of all four games. He
has crazy energy," said Hollingsworth.
In cross country, Durant finished 18th in the state,
an improvement of five places from 2005. Leading
the way for the Cougars was Kevin Jones, who came
in 20th place with a time of 16:50 at the Little Ever-
glades Ranch course in Dade City.
Rounding out the Durant contingent were John
Mitchell (26th, 16:57), Daniel Barousse (17:51), Khe-
maron Kelly (20:00).
At the soccer event, Durant began with a 2-0 win
over Brandon on goals by Clarke and Matt Thomas.
Along with Clarke's two goals against Sickles, Jarett
Williams and David Gonzalez tallied and then in the
finals Clarke and Andres Mena, who scored his first
high-school goal ever as a senior, put the Cougars
ahead 2-0.
Wharton got a goal back in the second half while
Durant had to play without Kanarr, one of the team's
captains. Kanarr broke his nose in a collision with a
Wildcat player. The Cougars held on to win 2-1.
Hollingsworth, naturally,. was happy about the 3-
0-1 mark but said it could have been better.
S"Actually, we should've beat Plant. But I'll take it,"
he said.


Raiders Bow Out Of 5A Playoffs


LAKE GIBSON WINS 19-6
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
In hindsight, it was going to
just about take a perfect effort
for the Plant City Raiders to
get past the first round of the
state playoffs.
-That did. not happen. But
neither did Friday's 19-6 loss
to Lake Gibson detract from
what was an incredible jour-
ney the Raiders took in getting
there.
"We went to the big dance.
But we only stayed for one
song," said Plant City head
coach Kevin Kelley. His Raid-
ers ran into a very tough Lake
Gibson squad, one Kelley
thinks has a chance to knock
off Lakeland in a couple of
weeks.
Plant City hung around,
despite not having any
offensive success, only to see
its hopes of springing an upset
vanish on the last play of the
first half.
That's when Lake Gibson
quarterback Brodie Bulloch,
in for injured starter Breshawn
Barnes, hit John Tremblay for
a 15-yarder that made the
intermission score 12-0.
Lake Gibson then led off the
third quarter with a long drive,
the only sustained drive the
Braves put up against the
Raiders.
"We couldn't have asked for


much more from the defense,"
Kelley said. "We couldn't stop
that one drive but man, the
kids played hard."
Bilal Powell, Lake Gibson's
standout running back, was
kept in check for most of the
game, which was a major
accomplishment. In fact,
Powell seemed to have great
respect for the Raiders, often
jumping up after getting tack-
led hard, patting his opponent
on the helmet.
Both of the Braves' first-half
scores were set up by blocked
kicks. A 51-yard field goal try
was blocked when the game
was scoreless, and the second
TD came after a blocked punt
put Lake Gibson at the Raider
25-yard line.
But even without those mis-
cues, the Raider offense was
almost completely shut down,
finishing the game with just
six yards rushing.
"That's the best defense
we've played all year includ-
ing Armwood's," Kelley said.
"And if they get a lead on you,
with that big offensive line ... I
think they have a chance
against Lakeland."
First Lake Gibson must
defeat Chamberlain, while in
the other 5A-Region 2
semifinal, Lakeland hosts
Gaither., Lakeland was the
only one of the region's four
district champions to win
Friday, as Land 0' Lakes fell to
See RAIDERS, Page 32


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All photos by ROBERT CONE. All Rights Reserved.
Above, Plant City senior defensive back Kris Bellamy crushes Lake Gibson quarterback Brodie Bull-
och Nov. 10 in the Class 5A-Region 2 playoffs at Raider Stadium. Below, Lake Gibson defenders put
the brakes on Plant City quarterback Cortez Hargrett. The Braves went on to defeat the Raiders
19-6.


Plant City's Kris Bellamy breaks up a pass intended for Lake
Gibson receiver Anthony Woods.





32 THE COURIER NOVEMBER 16, 2006


RAIDERS
Continued From Page 31
the Chiefs and Gaither scored
a late touchdown to beat
Alonso 17-10.
Kelley tried to spark the Rai-
der's offense in the second
quarter by bringing in ninth
grader Cortez Hargrett at
quarterback. With Hargrett in,
some college-option plays
were called, but the Braves
were all over it.
Plant City did get on the
scoreboard in the fourth
quarter, when Clint Stearns
threw a 14-yard touchdown
pass to Zach Jones.
Still, Coach Kelley was
largely encouraged by the
season. It would be hard not
to be, after the team awaken
from an 0-5 start to finish with
a 5-5 regular-season mark.
And plenty of the key figures
will return next year.
However, three starters on
both sides of the ball will
depart. Senior offensive line-
men Josh Helton, Nathan Jen-
kins and Michael Jett will
graduate, along with defensive
backs Kris Bellamy, Justin
Hallman and linebacker Byron
Woods.


"I have to give a large
amount of kudos to the sen-
iors for keeping everybody
together after that start," said
Kelley.
The field was in sharp con-
dition with a Buccaneer-
style Raider logo thanks to
Armwood assistant coach
Miles Bilinski, a friend of Kel-
ley's who does the field work
at that school. The Hawks,
however, won't have a home
game unless they make the
region finals.
Next season may present a
different outlook for the Raid-
ers in their hopes at returning
to the postseason. District rea-
lignment will come soon, and
Plant City may move up to
Class 6A. That could mean
returning to a district with
Durant, along with the Sara-
sota schools that the Cougars
currently compete against.
That would instantly make
it tougher to qualify, as 5A-
District 7 is one of the weaker
in the area (only East Bay had
a winning record, and the
Indians did not make the play-
offs). However it would also
likely mean not having to con-
tend with Lakeland at any
point.


Youth Basketball Registration Under Way


Registration is currently
under way for the Plant City
Recreation Department/
Optimist Youth Basketball
League for boys and girls ages
8-16.
Games will be played at the
Plant City YMCA, Marshall
and Tomlin Middle School
gyms with games from early
January through February.


The registration fee is $20
and covers all expenses, includ-
ing jersey and supplemental
accident insurance.
Deadline for registration is
Nov. 29 by mail or in person at
1904 S. Park Road.
I n f o r m a t i o n:
www.plantcitygov.com/rec or
call Danny Smith at 659-4200,
Ext. 4313.


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Flag League

Staff Report
Unlike the NFL team that
shares their name, the Bucs of
the Plant City Recreation &
Parks Department/Optimist
Youth Flag Football program
had no problems winning. The
Bucs were recently crowned
champions of the Elite League
(13-15 year olds) by claiming
their postseason tournament.
Also earning champion-
ships were the Raiders of the
Senior League (8-9) and the
Lions of the Premier League
(10-12). The three title
matches were played the
morning of Saturday, Nov. 4.
All three champs came in as
the top seed in their brackets,
but only the Raiders (9-0-1)
went through the season
undefeated, with a lone tie
preventing them from a per-
fect record.
In the championship game
the Raiders got a pair of touch-
down runs from Jared Arnold
in beating the Chargers 13-8.
Clifford Martin had his team's
points, six on a touchdown
pass from Will Hippler and
two more when Martin
recorded a safety. The Charg-
ers went through the regular
season with a 3-3-1 mark but
upset the second-seeded
Bears 19-14 in the first round.
Martin had two touchdown
runs to give the Chargers a 12-
7 win over the Ravens in the?
semifinals while the Raiders
were winning a defensive con-
test, 6-0 over the Broncos. The


Raiders also posted a shutout
in their first game, 14-0 over
the Jaguars (Kasi Maguire ran
for a pair of scores).
The Ravens had pulled a
surprise in the first round,
beating the Dolphins 19-12;
Jonathan Tindle scored two
touchdowns for the Ravens,
who had gone through the
regular season 1-6-1.
Before their loss to the Raid-
ers, the Broncos beat the
Steelers 14-12 on two touch-
downs from Zachary Cross.


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as the Lions (9-1) edged the
Chiefs 18-12 in the Premier
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Butler, Christian Gasperone, Estavan Guerro, Hunter Davis,
Josh Jackson and Carson Wynperle. In the second row are
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matching light stands,
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813-205-6932
SALE
5 Pcs Dinning Set $599.
4 Pcs Bedroom Set $525.
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Personnel ADULT High School Di- CITY COMMISSION OF provisions of Section at the office ot the City is made, which record
plomaat home. Nation- THE CITY OF PLANT 94-171 for a proposed Clerk at the Nettie Ber- includes the testimony
NOW Hall accredited since CITY, FLORIDA: approximately 81 acre ryDraughon Munici al and evidence upon
NO HIR G 1971. Tuition $399/Easy subdivision located Building (City Hall), 302 which the appeal is to
r payment plan. Free Bro- Sectionl.TheCity.Com- within County Line West Reynolds Street, be based.
Great Clips of cure 1-800-470-4723 mission of the City of Farms Community Unit Plant City, Florida.
American Academy, vis- Plant City, Florida, does District, which is locat- Section 3. In accord-
Plant City it our Web@ hereby give notice of ed South of 1-4, West of Section 5. All persons ance with the Ameri-
Licensed BarBers www.diplomaathome.c hearing on considera- County Line Road East are advised that if a per- cans with Disabiities
& Stylists om. tion ofrequest for waiv- of Wiggins Road and son decides to appeal Act, any person with a
Call Annette for er of connecting street North o Rice Road. any decision made by disability requiring rea-
more info at AMERICA'S DRIVING provisions of Section the City Commission sonable accommoda-
ACADEMY Start your 94-171 for a proposed Section2 The City Com- with respect to any mat- tion in order to partici-
813-610-7193 driving career today! Of- approximately 65 acre mission will hold a pub- ter considered at such pate in this meeting
fering coursesin CDLA. townhouse subdivision lic hearing on the waiv- meeting, he will need a should call the City
Low tuition fee! Many located within County er at its meeting in the record of the proceed- Clerk at (813) 659-4200
S Trades j payment options! No Line Farms Community Sadye Gibbs Martin Au- ings, and for such pur- at least 48 hours prior
registration fee! Unit District, located ditorium of the Nettie pose he may need to en- to the public hearing.
REBAR FABRICATOR (866)889-0210 South of 1-4 West of Berry Draughon Munici- sure that a verbatim re-
Positions(s) open for info@americasdrivinga County Line Road East pal Building, 302 West cord of the proceedings Section 4. The pro-
plant in Mulberry, FI cademy.com of Wiggins Road and Reynolds Street ("City is made, which record posed ordinance may
Estab Co. Good Pay & North ofRice Road. Hall"), Plant City, Flor- includes the testimony be inspected by the pub-
Benefits. Exp. Pref'd. HEAVY EQUIPMENT OP- da on November 27 and evidence upon lic at the office of the
DFWP. Contact Brett ERATOR TRAINING FOR Section2. The City Com- 2006 at 7:30 p.m., at which the appeal is to City Clerk at the Nettie
Jones 813 685-5615 EMPLOYMENT: Bulldoz- mission will hold a pub- which time interested be based. Berry Draughon Munici-
x 2230 R & R Rebar .ers, Backhoes, Loaders, lic hearing on the waiv- parties and citizens pal Building, 302 West
Fabricators, Inc. 'Dump Trucks, Graders, er at its meeting in the may appear and be Section 6. In accord- Reynolds Street, Plant
Scrapers, Excavators; Sadye Gibbs Martin Au- heard with respect to ance with the Ameri- City, Florida.
National Certification, ditorium of the Nettie the proposed request. cans with Disabilities
STEEL PLATE Job Placement Assis- Berry Draughon Munici- Act, any person with a Section 5. This resolu-
FITTERS tance; Associated Train- pal Building, 302 West Section 3. The proposed disability requiring rea- tion, as notice of the
Overtime Hounds Want- ing Services Reynolds Street ("City preliminary plat may be sonable accommoda- proposed enactment of
ed! Top Wages! Fabrica- (800)251-3274 Hall"), Plant City, Flor- inspected by the public tion in order to partici- said ordinance shall be
tion Company located www.equipmentoperat da on November 27 at the office of the City pate in this meeting published in the Couri-
near Ft Lonesome, Fl or.com 2066 at 7:30 p.m., af Clerk at the Nettie Ber- should call the City er, issue of November
seeksindividualsexperi- which time interested ry Draughon Municipal Clerk at (813) 659-4200 16,2006.
enced in tanks and duct HEAVY Euiiment Oper- parties and citizens Buidin (City Hall), 302 at least 48 hours prior
work fab. Ability to atorCERTIIED. Hands may appear and -be West Reynolds Street, to the public hearing. Adopted by the City
read blueprints and ex- on Training. Job Place- heard with respect to Plant City, Florida. Commission on Novem-
perience are key items. ment Assistance. Call the proposed request. Section 7. At the public her 13, 2006.
Company sponsored Toll Free (866)933-1575 Section 4. All persons hearing referred in Sec-
401K plan vacation ASSOCIATED TRAINING Section 3. The proposed are advised that if a per- tion 1 herein, all speak- s/John L. Dicks
health-dental-vision in- SERVICES, 5177 preliminary plat may be son decides to appeal ers shall be limited to Mayor-Commissioner
surances available. HomosassaTrail, inspected by the public any decision made by three (3) minutes, un- ATTEST:
Permanent position Lecanto, Florida, 34461 at the office of the City the City Commission less the speaker re-
available with room for Clerk at the Nettie Ber- with respect to any mat- quests the City Clerk s/Virginia L. Helper
advancement 941-776- ry Draughon Municipal ter considered at such for additional time no City Clerk
1211 or 863-683-6741 Building (City Hall), 302' meeting, he will need a less than forty-eight
West Reynolds Street, record of the proceed- (48) hours prior to said Approved as to form
WELDERS-NEEDED Plant City, Florida. ings, and for such pur- public hearing. In the and correctness:
immediate openings pose he may need to en- event speakers) re-
salary neotiabre Section 4. All persons sure that a verbatim re- guest additional time
813-299-4496 are advised that if a per- cord of the proceedings the determination of s/ Kenneth W. Buchman
son decides to appeal is made, which record the amount of time to City Attorney
any decision made by includes the testimony be allowed shall be at
the City Commission and evidence upon the discretion of the No: 5732 Nov 16, 2006
LEGALS with respect to any mat- which the appeal is to Mayor, but no speaker
ter considered at such be based. shall generally be al- RESOLUTION NO.
meeting, he will need a lowed more than fifteen
Noe record of the proceed- Section 5. In accord- (15) minutes. 244-2006
S Legal Notices wings, and for such pur- ance with the Ameri-
pose he may need to.en- cans with Disabilities Section 8. This resolu- A RESOLUTION PROVID-
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE sure that a verbatim re- Act, any person with a tion, as notice of said ING NOTICE OF PRO-
Noticeois hereby oiven cord of the proceedings disability requiring rea- public hearing, shall be POSED ENACTMENT OF
EDUCATION thaton Novemoer is made, which record sonable accommoda- published by the City AN ORDINANCE BY THE
30,200610am at includes the testimony tion in order to partici- Clerk in the Courier, is- CITY COMMISSION OF
Rentlok Self Storae, and evidence upon pate in this meeting sue of November 16, THE CITY OF PLANT
1205 S. Alexander St., which the appeal is to should call the City 2006. CITY, FLORIDA, AS RE-
S instruction & 1 PlantCity, FLwill con- be based. Clerk at (813) 659-4200 QUIRED BY SECTION
Instrction duct a sale for cash to at least 48 hours prior Adopted by the City 166.041 FLORIDA STAT-
Tutoring the highest bidder or Section 5. In accord- to the public hearing. Commission on Novem- UTES AND OTHER AP-
otherwise dispose of dance with the Ameri- ber 13, 2006. PLICABLE LAW.
TUTORING! Highest Qual- the contents of rental cans with Disabilities Section 6. This resolu-
ity OneonOneTutor- unitsleased to andbe- Act, any person with a tion as notice of said s/John L.Dicks WHEREAS, this City
ing! Risk Free TrialT lived to contain the disability requiring rea- pub ic hearing, shall be Mayor-Commissioner Commission has on this
$1/hourkCustomized following : sonable accommoda- published by the City date read for first read-
Programs! For success UNIT8325 Stacey Mercer tion in order to partici- Clerk in the Courier, is- ATTEST: ing the proposed ordi-
storiesvisit Furniture/computer/prin pate in this meeting sue of November 16, nance hereinafter refer-
www.tutorowl.com Or ter/misc. should call the City 2006. s/Virginia L Helper red to; now therefore
call 1-866-993-2263 ext Clerk at (813) 659-4200 City Clerk
811 PAMELAnJ. DREWS at least 48 hours prior Adopted by the City BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
MANAGERS to the public hearing. Commission on Novem- Approved as to form CITY COMMISSION OF
TICE ESon res ber 13;,2006. and correctness: THE CITY OF PLANT
Okportunityls s Section 6. This resolu- CITY, FLORIDA:
knocking in Classified. NOTICE OF SALE tion as notice of- said s/John L. Dicks s/TKenneth W. Buchman
We have hundreds of Pursuant to Ch 713.78 public hearing, shall be Mayor-Commissioner City Attorney Section 1. As required
available positions Below said vehicles to be published by the City by Section 166.041, Flori-
listed every day. auctioned to satisfy tow- Clerk in the Courier, is- No; 5730 Nov 16,2006 da Statutes, and other
ng and storage liens at: sue of November 16, ATTEST: -applicable law the City
Brewin to 'so owing 2006. RESOLUTION NO. Commission of the City
S Independent 302 E. Calhoun St s/Virginia L. Helper of Plant City, Florida,
Contractors IPlant City FI 33566 Adopted by the City City Clerk 243-20076 does hereby give notice-
nnrcCsPhone: 813-754-6300 "Commission on Novem- of the proposed enact-
itd. UC,CRTSer i"rI ber13, 2006. A RESOLUTION'PROVID- meant of an ordinance
m 9[12I' m .'N Ir Approved as to form ING NOTICE OF PRO- entitled:
S 19 s/John L. Dicks and correctness: POSED ENACTMENT OF
1996 Volkswao'en4dr, Mayor-Commissioner AN ORDINANCE BY THE AN ORDINANCE OF THE
P1 .. 2 KN. nt W N,. BucHIP CITY COMMISSION OF CITY OF PLANT CITY,
1990 h 4d ATTEST: s/Kenneth W. Buchma THE CITY OF PLANT FLORIDA, CREATING AR-
.. '.." i' ChEv LN N7O 12City Attorney CITY, FLORIDA, AS RE- TICLE X OF CHAPTER
; 1986 Pontiac 2dr s/ Virginia L. Helper. QUIRED BY SECTION 102 REGARDING PRO-
i t.". l'','GL2 d City Clerk No:5729 Nov, 16, 2006 ?66.041 FLORIDA STAT- PORTIONATE FAIR
.' 1993 Licol O T4d UTES, AND OTHER AP- SHARE MITIGATION OF
S:'', LT Approved as to form RESOLUTION NO. PLICABLE LAW. DEVELOPMENT IM-
S. 1999 Dodge d and correctness: PACTS ON TRANSPOR-
'90;ESUBDV.S O' I WITHIN-i4s;siooft'ityofo 241.2006- WHEREAS, this City TATION CORRIDORS;
S2007 Mazda CV s/Kenneth W. Buchman Commission has on this PROVIDING FOR SEVER-
: T O O; City Attorney A RESOLUTION PROVID- date read for first read- ABILITY- AND PROVID-
1988 GMC VN ING NOTICE OF HEAR- ing the proposed ordi- ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
IN ON :l' ESDMI .br F No; 5731 Nov 16,2006 ING ON PROPOSED SUB- nance hereinafter refer- DATE.
a 1980 Ford 1K DIVISION PLAT OF red to; now therefore
NFeCTIN STREETP RESOLUTION NO.- SPOONER PRESERVE, A The proposed enact-
1985 CNvy2dr SUBDIVISION IN SEC- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ment of said ordinance,
17IG.r,PhFC 1OA1117;9 .240-2006 TION 25, TOWNSHIP 28 CITY COMMISSION OF following second read-
,1999 M'Aey 2 Adr E A s E SO-TI.O 6 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST, THE CITY OF PLANT ing, shall be considered
TIOWNHOU-i S 1U BI 1" A RESOLUTION PROVID- HILLSBOROUGH COUN- CITY, FLORIDA: by the City Commission
1992 Chevy VN ING NOTICE OF HEAR- TY, FLORIDA. S at its meetMing i the
PoNWITHINTHJC O ING ON REQUEST FOR Section 1. As required Sadye Gibbs Martin Au-
1986 Pontiac 2dr WAIVER FROM CON- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE by Section 166.041, Flori- ditorium of the Nettle
MG2UNF4-IT hNTDL2'. 'IC" NECTINGSTREETPROV1- CITY COMMISSION OF da Statutes, and other Berry Draughon Munici-
O1982 Chevy 2dr- SIONS OF SECTION 94- THE CITY OF PLANT applicable law, the City pal Building 302 West
iII OlaZ3'l-LihIIIn 171, PLANT CITY CODE CITY, FLORIDA: Commission of the City Reynolds Street (City
F RESOLUTION NO. FOR A PROPOSED AP- of Plant City, Florida, Hall), Plant City, Flori-
PROXIMATELY 81 ACRE Section 1. The City Comn- does hereby give notice da on November 27,
S239--D20o-_ SUBDIVISION WITHIN mission of the City of of the proposed enact- 2006, at 7:30 p.m., or as
W N R THE COUNTY LNE Plant City, Florida, does ment of an ordinance soon thereafter as the
YnPA A RESOLUTION PROVID- FARMS COMMUNITY hereby give notice of entitled: matter may be heard,
ING NOTICE OF HEAR- UNIT DISTRICT, LOCAT- the hearing on: at which time interest-
ING ON REQUEST FOR ED SOUTH OF 1-4, WEST AN ORDINANCE OF THE ed parties and citizens
S WAIVER FROM CON- OF COUNTY LINE ROAD, (a) the approval of pro- CITY OF PLANT CITY, may appear and be
SNECTINGSTREET PROVI- EAST OF WIGGINS posed subdivision plat FLORIDA, AMENDING heard with respect to
SIONS OF SECTION 94- ROAD AND NORTH OF of Spooner Preserve, a ARTICLE IX OF CHAP- the proposed ordi-
171. PLANT CITY CODE RICE ROAD. subdivision in Section TER 102, PLANT CITY nance.
SFOR A PROPOSED AP- 25, Township 28 South, CODE REGARDING THE
PROXIMATELY 65 ACRE Whereas Section 94- Range 21 East, CITY'S CONCURRENCY Section 2. All persons
~TOWNHOUSE SUBDIVI- 171, Plant City Code pro- Hills.orough County, MANAGEMENT SYS- areadvisedthatif a per-
S SION WITHIN THE COUN- videsthat: Florida; and TEM G PROVIDING FOR son decides to appeal
TY LINE FARMS COM- SEVERABIUTY; AND any decision made oby
MUNITY UNIT DISTRICT. "the arrangements of (b)awaiverfrom the re- PROVIDING FOR AN EF- the City Commission
LOCATED SOUTH OF 1-4, streets in new subdivi- quirements for side- FECTIVE DATE. with respect to any mat-
WEST OF COUNTY LINE sions shall make provi- walks and reclaimed wa- ter considered at such
ROAD, EAST OF sion for the continua- ter lines. The proposed enact- meeting, he will need a
S.WIGGINS ROAD AND tion of existing streets ment of said ordinance, record of the proceed-
NORTH OF RICE ROAD. from adjoining areas or Section 2. The City Corn- following second read- wings, and for such pur-
for their proper projec- mission will hold a pub- ing, shaft be considered pose he may needtoen-
SWhereas. Scn 94. tion were re acdoining li hearing onthe appro- by the City Commission sure that a verbatim re-
R-1 171.Plar, Ciry CoOenrp:, land is not subdivided val of te subdivision at its meeting in the cord of the cordof the proceedings
vide rat: Where street exten- plat and waiver at its Sadye Gibbs Martin Au- is made, which record
"i sions into adjacent un- meeting in the Sadye ditorium of the Nettie includes the testimony
ie 't arranemert developed land are nec- Gibbs Martin Auditori- BerryDraughon Munici- and evidence upon
Sstreets ;n ne ua coivi essary to ensure a coor- um of the Nettie Berry palBuilding, 302 West which the appeal is to
-.~H 'iorn- ihjiaeudinaimarr,: dnted street system, Draughon Municipa H eynolds Sreet (City be based.
siion for trte cont nu provision for such fu- Building, 302 West Hail), Plant City, Flon-
''lion of eising .irees lure streets shall be Reynolds Street ("City da, on November 27, Section 3. In accord-
lfrum adJiininQareas or made;"and Hall"), Plant City, Flori- 2006, at 7:30p.m., or as ance with the Amerin-
f1rt1 e Ir-ir proper proieC- da, on November 27, soon thereafter as the cans with Disabilities
lih..n enre adjoining Whereas, in accordance 2006 at 7:30 p.m., or as matter may be heard, Act, any person with a
i 0, land is not subdivided, with Section 94-37, soon thereafter as the at which time interest- disability requiring rea-
S where pirene eCon- Plant City Code, County matter may be heard, ed parties and citizens sonable accommoda-
sor-, inir a,.iaceent un- Line Farms, LLC, as own- at which time interest- may appear and be tion in order to partici-
S developed land are nec er, has requested a d a d parties and citizens heard with respect to pate in this meeting
... s.essary in ensur.- n r waiver from the a o waiver rom the provi- may appear and be the proposed ordi- should call the City
n dnal a street .ystem. sions of Section 94-171; heard with respect to nance. Clerk at (813) 659-4200
prov;s;c'n for c cr, rfu now, therefore the proposed subdivi- at least 48 hours prior
t. ore slreeLs ihall be sion. Section 2. All persons to the public hearing.
made. 3nd BE IT RESOLVED BY THE are advised that if a per-
CITY COMMISSION OF Section 3. A resolution son decides to appeal Section ,4. The pro
Whereas. in ai-coranricr THE CITY OF 'PLANT approving said subdivi- any decision made by posed ordinance may
"': 5 Ih Section 94-J?. CITY,FLORIDA sionplatshall beconsid- the City Commission be inspected bythepub-
S Pianti CiTy Code. COunTy ered by the City Con- with respectto any mat- lic at the office of the
SLine Frms, LLC .a-..on Sectioni.TheCity Comn- mission upon the con- ter considered a such City Clerk at the Nettie
*- % ; ?i *.r'. 'abs r,-Qud.eid a mission of the City of clusion of the public meeting, he will need a Berr DraughonMunici-
I -; a,.r from ih.ml prov. Plant City, Florida, does hearing, record of the proceed- aluilding, 302 West
.toin. c.i Section' 94.171: hereby give notice of ings, and for such pur- Reynolds Street, Plant
S'novw, tririprw hearing on considera- Section 4. The proposed pose he may need to en- City, Florida.
BE IT RE E BY tion ofcrequest for waiv- subdivision plat may be sure that a verbatim re-
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE er of connectin- street inspected by t-he public cord of the proceedings .Secon 5. Thisre.sou-





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S LegaLegal Notices J (( Legal Notices ) Business ] (( East Hillshorough J) [( Acreage )) (( Hernando Out of State ] (( Out of State )) (( Out of State
tion, as notice ot the Opportunities JJ. APOLLO BEACH Sunset ACREAGE FOR SALE SPRING.HILL New10-2006 ALL Western North Caro- Gulf front lots $595k. NORTH CAROLINA Char-
proposed enactment of Section 7. At the public Bay, 3Br, 2.5 ba, lcg Plant City, Florida 4br 2.5ba 2cg 2 Story lina Mountain Proper- Homes starting mid lotte Area Home Sales,
said ordinance shall be hearing referred in Sec- High Income-Home waterfront comm. avail 166+ acres on on 1/2 ac. FSBO. 2623 s ties ERA Carolina $300k. New master plan- Rentals & Land Sales.
published in te Couri- tion 1herein, all speak- Based Time Tested, Seri- boat sli elevator Trapnell Rd. offered 5 min to Expressway Mountain Homes Real ned ocean front corn- While other markets
er, issue of November ers shall be limited to ous Profits Residual n- asking 490K In parcels from new homes $226k. 727- Estate Murphy, NC munity on beautiful are cooling, the Char-
16, 2006. three (3) minutes, un come Opportunity Call: 727-36-6758 12-to-74 Acres 415-0174 Web #1919093 www.carolinamtnhome. Mustang Island near lotte market is red hot
less the speaker re- 1-800-80-3972 from $15K/Acre -- corn Call us First, we Corpus Christi X. Philemon Realty 704-
Adoptd by the City ueststhe City Clerk www.HaveRealWealth.n EACREHOMES Higenbotham havevacation rentals www.cnnamonsore.co 906-6165or
Commission on Novem or additional Lime no et ONE ACRE HOMES Auctioneers dIand free brochures 1- m, (866)891-5163 www.EquitableForeclos
ber 13, 2006. less than forty-eight ---r- International, Ltd.,Inc 800-747-7322 Ext. 101 ures.com
/(48)hours prior to said www.higgenbotham.com SPRING HILL New 20064- ANGELO BUYS HOUSES HM ALL Large Private
MayoCom sooner event s op heakrin s)I r- t3 LOts. 4A G GAn l n othaina
Mayor-Commissioner event ears) re- Story on 1/3 ac. 3819 Handyman, fire, dis- Including Ranches, Streams, Homes Cab-
us additional time sf. 2min to Expressway stressed, vacant BeautifuArches/Col- & Acream e. FREE
ATTEST: tne determination of tressed,9ka72n-41occu- Bins&c e.
the amount of time to DEVELOPMENT ACREAGE $2FW.bk. 727-415-0174 pied. Anywhere in FL! umns Vaulted-Ceilings BROCHURE(800)642-
s/Virginia L. Helper be allowed shall be at Plant City, Florida B W Apts. / Comm., residen- High Energy Efficiency. 5333. Realty Of Murp
City Clerk the discretion of the 76.4 Acres tial. No deal too Top-50 Schools. Ask 317 Peachtree St. Mur-
Ma yor, but no speaker on Trapnell road .CdCk&Buy big/small. Quick clos- about 73-Standard Fea- phy, N.C. 28906.
Approved as to form shall generally e al- REAL ESTATE Plant Mein PlantCity Offerein Parcels in. 1-800-SELL-181; 1- tures& Limo-PickupAir- www.realtyofmurphy.c
and correctness: lowed more than fifteen We Can! 1 acre home from 20-54 Acres 954-816-4363 port. Starting... $170's om
(15) minutes. SERVICES 4/3/3 in gated coy, starting at $30K/Acre Manatee BACKFLIPS! That's what 073 ce-Cavene40456- NORTH CAROLINA
s/Kenneth W. Buchman Exc" country co33morJ1s800celent236
City Attorney Section 8. This resolu- what ou eel ent you'll do when you dis- Ext: 0011 Mountain cabins
t rtion, as notice of the (. Mortgages )] love.come visit 12- or cvt mueose as ABSOLUTE Auction! 7651, cover this luxurious $99,900. E-Z to finish.
No: 5733 Nov 16, 2006 proposed enactment of p. Avondale Grove Equestrian facility Partrie St Cir, Oceanfront Condo In JAMESTOWNScenic views, proposed
saiordinance shall be $99.95 FLORIDA CORP. 813-737-9030 ggenbotham S iTENNESSEE178 ACRESssna o
RESOLUTION NO. published in t&e Couri- $154.95 FLORIDA LLC Auctioneers Su. Nov. 19 at 2 pm. 2 Bedrooms, 2 baths, Private HuntingRetreat state parks, national for
er, issue of November Complete & Includes Plant City 3/1, 2/1 block InternationalLtdInc River Club subdivision, tastefully furnished, several build Ing sites est & Blee Ridge Park-
Book& Seal. Free infor- $137K. 813-752-1957 www.higgenbothamcom d yo a re Wooded nt
A RESOLUTION OF THE Adopted by the City nation packet: & 3 baths. Hardwood enjoy your morning cof- valley views, abundant
CITY COMMISSION OF ACommissiont bon tNovem wmi c floors, fireplace in living fee or evening cockails wildlfecreek game NORTH CAROLINA!I
CITY COMMISSION OF Commission on Novem- www.am lawer.com RIVERVEWMUST SELL! room, gourmet kitchen, overlooking te brilliant feeders- hunting boxes, Mountain Cabins $99.9
CITY, FLORIDA, PROVID- (305) 854-6000 Broward 9919 Albyar Ave. $365k HERNANDO CO. Subdivi- large master bed, Lanai blue Atlantic ocean. $2350/acre.
ING NOTICE OF PRO- s/John L. Dicks ...(954) 630-9800 Tam- or negotiable price for sion Great Oppty!! 200 covered pool& a 4 car Breathtaking sunrises & 352-303-0901 views, proposed lake ac-
POSED ENACTMENT OF Mayor-Commissioner pa... (813) 871-5400 .5 acre OPEN HOUSE on acres approved or 145 arage. No9 00inimum, sunsets here! Garage. cess, near 2 state parks
AN ORDINANCE BY THE St.Pete... (727) 442- 11/18-19 gift for buyer- beautiful I ac homesites. No Reserve! Sells to $369,900 Call Betsey KENTUCKY 35 Water- nat onal forest & Blue
CITY COMMISSION OF ATTEST: 5300 Orlando ...(407) Call 813-677-3486 or $6.45 million Broker highest bidder! Call Lindey (386) 212-17 front Acres On beauti- Ridge Parkway. E-Z
THE CITY OF PLANT 898-5500 Toll Free... 312-5858 Coop 4%. Owner/Brkr Reid ioMarianne o, ArthurKowitzRealty.co ful Green River. Trophy financing.828-652-8700.
CITY FLORIDA, AMEND- s/Virginia L. Helper (800) 603-3900. Spiegel 305-279-8997, 710-4872 Auctioneers #AU3517 m deer &turkey. $99,900. PALM HARBOR Factor
ING tHE ZONING CLAS- City Clerk & Utrera. PA. L. Valrico Buckhorn Pre- janistucker@aol.com 941-371-4700for terms/brochurewat BEAUTIFUL BLUE RIDGE, 10 Acres Barn, pond, Liquidation Sale 200
SIFICATION OF CERTAIN Spiegel, Esq., Miami. serve 4br, 2ba, corian onlineat- NC Mountain Views. 8+ 00. 5.Acres models. National Build-
PROPERTY WITHIN THE counters. Many en- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY online at: N900/down,
CITY AS REUIRED B Approved as to form 100% HOME FINANCING! d s$279 Soront Ac $9K www.zollrealtor.com. Acre Mountain Estate. 5/month. 1 Acre- er 0% DOWN hen you
SEION166 41 FLORI- and correctness: Regardless of credit! hore Grou, Connie Beautiful Meadows, Strea EZ Finann 0/down $105/mo. FREE Brochures
DA STATUTESAB D OTH- All situations consido Smaldone 81-417-0481 Tall Pines & Oaks, (( Sumter )) $49,900. (800)230-630, 270-999-2397 (800)622-2832
ER APPLICABLELAW. ered! Purchase Refi- Paved Rd Electric ext.120KETC0Batflog SARLN AKN
s/ Kenneth W. Buchma nance & Lease Options! EZ Terms 9B4-295-8770 BUSHNELL Area 5 acre KENTUC Beautiful log S. CAROLINA AIKEN-
Whereas, this City Com- City Attorney Consolidate Bills / Cash building site, can be div- BEAUTIFUL N. home 3 Bedroom, great 700ac held for 50yrs.
mission hasonthis date Out! ImmediateAppro- LEVYCOUNTY ided b buyer. Partial CAROLINA. ESCAPETHE retirement/5hunting. 2 bytimbercompanyFor
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by Section 166.041, Flori- Dllar. Cosi n $6500/acre Only 4 par- ria ea e est. Ideal for hunting, ductory prices. Deed re-
da Statutes, and other $$HOME WORKERS 48 hours. Private Moy. cels Owner Fin avail ACREAGE with ponds 20 fishing ATV, horseback *LAND Auction 230 stricter comm. w/arks
applicable law the City EEDED$$ Call Gerald Danley. (800)294-2313 Ext 1285 ACREAGE with riding. Near Dale Ho- Props Must Be Sold! & lakes in beauti u
Commission of the City Processing Customer Re- 813-985-8885 A Bar Sales Inc.7 days acres, low Lake, perfect for Low Down / E-Z Financ- Cumberland County.
of Plant City, Florida, turns Online. Earn VALRICO Luxur 7am-7pm cres. m cabin, vacation home, in Free Catalog 800- Wooded, rolling hills, &
does hereby give notice $1500 Per Return Proc neighborhood, 4/2 wlit Finaningfrm ermanentresidence. -2814 paved roads. Fwner fi-
of the proposed enact- essed Guaranteed. Ex- ofc/den formal dining RIVER TRACTS in Moun- down. 00-3 263 utilities, pavednt residence. www93-2814 ANDAUCTION.co dancing, low down pay-
ment of an ordinance tremely Easy! No Experi- rm. 369,900 Connie tains of Tennessee. All Florida Woodland great investment/ re- m NRLLEastNDAULLC ment Caning, own pforma-
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CIT BY, CHAPTERcustomrhorse.s Furniture / Rooms-To- enthusiasts wanted! Tracts 5 Acres&up.
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ER LOOP, EAST OF PAUL Other Won't! / #62 da NePort St. uc 377-4872 MID Ohio Acreage 5+ Homesite w/woods riv-
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AND WEST OF WILDER Instant Contract. Cash. FRANKLIN, NC: New tim- ABSOLUTE Real Estate ist. M&D Realty 561- Coastal Georgia- New site on gentle roing vsa Rates 4th in US
ROAD FROM ASC-1 AG- DATA ENTRY PROCESS- Any Area, Conditondition ber frame home 2.7 ac, Auctions: Homes, 313-5387 Pre- Construction Golf property with gorgeous to retire $39,900 Own-
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AL DISTRICT TO R-1A Wrkin from Home 3ba, 2577sf + 1800sf un- will sell at Auction, Brok- deepwater, marsh, olf, Ask about mini vaca-
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ING DISTRICT. No Experience Necessa- ANY COND. LIST 100% tic elegance. $924,500. Welcome. Neal ol Fitness Cente ten- FUL 45/ACRES w/2
Positions Available FREE! INVESTORS FIND 770-998-0856. www. VanDeRee 12 ACRES/LAKEFRONT/ nisrai, Docks. story 4bdr. home,needs THE Beautiful Mountains
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iered y the City Corn ealEstate General)Divided. Excellent Row m 79$12,900! Call ESCAPE BEAUTIFUL b ies $199,50 er mi s, ac on
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Section 3. The proposed Weekly Paychecks! No a Now toSee if. Ye0 Location is everything! 800)323-8388 Gite on top Stone st met Cree 90 miles of shoreline .corn
ordinance may be in- Experience Necessary Home Conos from the ow1800 C00259410% buyer's ite on top. Sto vestment Acreage Ap- 90 miles offered before
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spected by the public at Start Earning Today. 518-55 $100's. Private boat premium..t .. rla n Pod an with20%pre- VALAND: 12acs
te office of the City Register Now! d- (Lic#CBCO1O111) ramrp. Lakeside still www.rowellauctions.co on datheeasainge Cose 0-213-791np with development discounts, Riverfront $58K, 30 mi-
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waterview balcony b rad ne 6 ear me TIRES (4)a Buckshot kee, Silver w/Leather original, runs nees mi- 2005 Coupe. $13500 cash. Conthe
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is the key! $00 depos 754-5122 obo13 6248 Classifieds $1,500.83- 230 ing $24 Greyath- whi00 863-409-4067 813-760-15 miles, ga7900 RM -
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includinConfrtnal WESTCHASE Ar I (( Boa LWB, ,fully .equipped Call erry 813-949-8354 813-661-9690/994-9524"4 TOYOTA 2005 Corolla LE,
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813-865-1191. h1(352)9unit, intl washer-dryer, boat w/trlr 5HP Mart, Mileage, E.eilt rn $ $,5 ly-a 77
.... C11'813-477-6020 seats batS. Steal itTat Extra Cab CD autoV6 $12,700,81d-41-23 Must Sea! .Custom ax- for more information VoLVO19 40
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plx noor laundry screen lanai! $100 trollmotor, low brs.ODGEw196Ranrtold a idfrin0 ntYoraBto
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fit pool.Nenew 3br, 2.Sba, town sv alaGDavidson, V8, fiberglass Fatbog aReverse black- www.outreachcenter.or obo Scott 813-368-8698 WANTED
ho.Crdtcheck? Topper, 20" wheels, 32k utlt ochrome, 1-800-693-7911 Dead or Alive
o9954m + $500 r Sundeck 150 Yamaha $1500 E 13-629-5953 R .bags, Thunderheadr. ACURA 2004 RiSX a blk 35k V6, 2dr, white n/tan Cash Paid. Free Pick Up.
'"-" 87480 four'stroeLaser pipes, 17K ml, gar.. ke.p.8 ml fully loaned! Unaer Ithr, 1 owner, service re- 813-389-3048
trailer. $28,500 FORD 2003 F250 too many extrasJotist; fu0l factory warranty, cords i/body kit. Load-
SEFFNER Duplex 2/2 813-833-8653 CREWCAB, 7.3 Turbo die- $11Oa,500. 83-59-54 $14,995.8.13-9.d62-126Sor ed. $6100 843-672-2073 DONATE YOUR CAR,
+den CHA new carpet, RECREATION sela64Kai, one8owner, 4 ...813-393-661 BOAT OR RV TO HELP
...RcarIpLort, Near I-4 + 75, 23' Sea Era 2000 Walk- new(8tires. newGcon.Aa,,e Davson 21t0, AARaterontio HONDA 2005- Accord EX, CHILDREN FIGHTING
$800eid & $850/mo. rludaround Cuddv, 200hp $-6 9d C uSomp otorjAYomCro1slvrt 26K ini, 4dr, auto, DIABETES.Tax doducti-
FOR SALE 813-889-9318 or .+c r runs great, w.trr, bank ,int cond.i ti o er convert. Beautiful 4cyl, alloy, keyless, tint, blo, free towing, need
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COMMERCIAIBLCTORNER 3 -83-31ampers / T l $12000bo 352-621-0848 Cab, loaded. Only 8K wisndei, engine bar, $9000813-633-353 or nile Diabetes Research
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Plant/- ACrs Fonid Tra 24' 2002 0eFOlease untlD 6/08 of onl e, bAgs c m Hidso21 6 0iYUNDAI 2006 Sonata 0408!
Park Road $125/acre .. 17' Fleetwd Timberlake Sundancer, Mint Cons. $288/mo 813-541-3784 $7500 01w0 813-20k- 80- ASTON MARTIN 1997 DB7 GLS, 13,950 mi, wh/tanACarT
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Hi~botrne 4 o b 2~B^quireNoAL Vdros 2004rDes tinry DLXaseps170ahus, Extd warren-,. HARLEY DAVIDdSON 02002 Intr3orK, Just Sevicd allots dir svcd CD HelpChildren And Their
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hate8 61350 month., ref, cable. Extras. $29,90 1.3 ds, ox cond 14i,0r0 Exhaust,' Like enowrInFrNIT rv Cancer. Free Towin8 .
1w0w.h25-4botha11 813-56-6982. ond. $10K 813-839-0297 MODEL E CHEVY 2002 3500 OBO. 813-230-863 $41,9009 727-458-4401 '203 i3S black Tax Deductible. ChiAd-
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LAND FOR SALE sac, $1,675/mfo. Incwud Several Storm Damead FORD 1999 F-350, Lariat 1300ini, Custom, very nd roeto D'VA
Plant City, Florida lawn/ 813 o paint & all 26' 5th Wheel 1997 Wild- & Donated Boats. Will super duty, diesel, pow- nice. Asking $7500 MaxmizeRS deouc-bUt
200Ac. Major apple. 813-220-7060. wood I suor slideout, Buy & Sell. Call Mike or stroKe onZ ext. 813-935-ol7 tion m and help teens A Di r
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uctionee CrippenDr. 3r 2ba 2ca, 813-621-2lService Van, 18,000 mC, Less than 8 Races, Car- cruise, lather nt.,
International, Ltd.,Inc All appliances to incu. 31' 2005 Dutchman Clas- ISLAND Estates Yecht bn Fiberi rEngineFUard, pwrP ecks, pWrseats, in SuFbelt Publications.
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sky2lghts4ewtie& 2002SunnyBroo k nSe8 Van, 10" lowered floor, Great Cond. roblt motor condo. AlwWays garage prior to the publication date.
paint convenient to T n o U ieOUTDOOR STORAGE wheelchair reml p & tie $1,300 also TOMAS 2003 Kept. Must see. Price
shopping, $1300 + $s00. L~~Qxcd.puy Benjanin Rd., boats downs, 22K miles. For Moped, almost new 50 $11,500. (813)205-6458
Deposit 813-752-u022 gRV's, auto, trucks. more info 727-492-1630 n. $750. 813-267-1203 Tampawre@aol.Com
ANDaFORttALE6of8 $40+/ino. Secured loc'n CALL 813-7X512,-0,71 2 TOeDAY.
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fumsiiituro fulf screen porch nice area slide outs, washer, dry- runs & drives great, crated from dir in '05, black, tan lather, 4 dr, "
ntityFlo 200 mo. doeosit $801 er, 2 ACs, awning, more. Tampa loves our told AC, pwr windows very clean, groat graph- heated seats, new cy- ,
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