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DECEMBER 21, 2006 THIE CURIER 3


NEWS DIGEST

Correction
An article ini the Dec. 14
edition of The Courier ("Wells
Service. Gives Sense Of Cam-
amradie" ) did not properly
identify some of the partici-
pants.
The Rev. Jim Brady of East
Thonotosassa Baptist Church.
and the Rev. Bob Franklin off-
iciated at the service. Debbie
Allen and Tonya Rogers also
spoke at the service.

Elks honor police,
fire department
Plant City Elks Lodge No.
1727 hosted an appreciation
luncheon and dinner for the
Plant City police and fire
departments last week.
The Dec. 14 events featured
a luncheon for police employ-
ees with a dinner later that
day for the fire department.
The Elks named David Millich
as their 2006 Police Officer of
the Year.
"The Plant City Elks are
very proud of our community
and provide these meals to
show appreciation," said
Mike Smith, a member of Elks
national board of trustees. "It
was an excellent event. We
hosted about 75 police offi-
cers and then Santa stopped
by for the dinner in the eve-
ning when we had the dinner-
for the firefighters and their
families,"

Pregnancy center plans
'Parent Power' at YMCA,
Parent Power, a program
that teaches parents how to
'connect with their children
and .talk to them. about sex, is
coming to the YMCA.
The 90-minute class is free
and will be offered on five
nights, Jan. 8-12, at the YMCA,
1507 YMCA Place, just off
Alexander Street. The class
will be the same each night.
Those attending. need not
belong to the YMCA.
The program is sponsored
by the Pregnancy Care Center
of Plant City's Prevention
Services Office.
Information: 659-0886 or
visit www.whatisimpact.com/
parentpower.


School choice application


CITY COMMISSIONER TO-HELP

PREVIEW PROPOSED COUNTY PARK
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Who will champion the county's proposed ,,
Championship Park on Paul Buchman High-
way north of PlantfCity?
The concept of building the estimated $40
million sport complex on the count -onu'ned
Cone Ranch property wil.ibe reviewed by a
board made up of 13 people, including Plaht
City Commissioner Rick Lott.
Lott was selected by a unanimous vote dur-
ing the Dec. 11 city commission meeting.
Serving on the board with Lott will be three
members of the Tampa Chamber of Com-
merce, three officials each from the University
of Tampa and the University of South Florida
and three from the Hillsborough County Com-
mittee of 100. Before Lott's selection, City
Manager Dave Sollenberger outlined the pro-
cess toward choosing who would represent
Plant City's interests.
"The county is looking for a meeting by the
review board in early January." said Sollen-.
berger. "Because there is only one city commis-
sion meeting in December we need .to select-.
someone tonight (Dec. 11) in order to notify:
the county of our selection."


Lott was nominated by City Commissioner
Robert Brown.
"Much of what will happen to support
Chainpioi.ihip Park could affect transporta-
non in the area." Brown said in nominating
Lott
Lott, \\ho is a member of the Hillsborough
Counl Mleuopolian Planning Organization, a
group responsible for funding countywide
transportation planning and construction, was
a naturdalselection, Brown said.
-Mayor John Dicks, a member of the Hills-
borough County Tourist Development Council,
asked Lott to bring the concerns of tourist
influx to the review board.
County Commission Chairman Jim Norman
was on the city commission agenda to speak
Dec. 11, but canceled, citing a conflict in his
schedule. Norman is the sponsor of the Cham-
pionship Park proposal and a member of the
Tampa Sports Authority.
The review board is expected to identify all
aspects needed to support the proposed park,
including roads, parking, accessibility, utilities,
public support, possible users and costs.
The review board will preview a feasibility
report provided to the county by a consultant
for $86,000. Following the preview the report is
scheduled to be completed by March 1, 2007.
At that time the report will be submitted to the
county commission. The commission will then
vote on the proposed park.


KEVIN BRADY/Staff photos
These volunteers helped Santa make calls to more than 400 youngsters.
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application period for magnet lpers
programs and School Choice
began Dec. 1. It runs through VOLUNTEERS MAKE an"I liked to hear the laughter.
Jan. 26 MORElAbi CALLS in the children's voices,"
Under. Hillsborough MORETHAN 430 CALLS Thomas said. "You can almost
Choice, students can apply d .
for a magnet school or Staff Report down. They get that excited."
another school with available Thanks to a little help from Eli Lozano and' Pablo exie.
space within Hillsborough his friends, hundreds of chil- Orozco helped with more than .
County. A student who wishes dren got a call from Santa last 50 calls to Spanish-speaking '
to remain at their current week. children. .:
magnet or choice school, or Volunteers from the Plant "It was a lot of fun," Orozco
prefers to attend their atten- City Recreation and Parks said. "I told the kids I was San-
dance area school, does not Department helped work the ta's helper and then put Santa
need to complete an applica- phone for Santa Claus and on the phone. It gave you a
tion. School choice is avail- Mrs. Claus. great feeling inside."
able for students entering Youngsters registered Pat Pogue, another parks
kindergarten through 11th through the department for and recreation volunteer, said -,
grade. Magnet schools are the calls, which were made the children's voices made all
available for students enter- Dec. 11 between 6 and 8:30 the effort worthwhile.
ing first through 12th grade. p.m. For those who registered "To hear the kids say, 'Oh
Hillsborough Choice for a call after the deadline momma. It's really Santa,': is
Application Guides were about 100 children letters just a beautiful thing."
mailed to students' homes in from Santa were sent in the Among die other volunteers '. .
mid November. mail. for the event were: Patricia; '
The guides- provide Christine Washburn, a rec- Thomas, Megan Prevat,. Luis --:
information on magnet pro- reaction and" parks director, .Cardenas, Cesar Cardenas, .
grams, school choice options, oversaw the program. Giovannie Febres. Alex Febres,
and include an application. "It's creating magic," Wash- Sergio Lopez, Remy Long, .
Applications are also avail- burn said. "These calls keep Heather Stinson, Andrew Har-
able online at the magic alive." grove, Shinee Edwards, Pat Pogue and Derrick Har-
www.sdhc.kl2.fl.us/choice. Patricia Thomas dialed Michael Simpson and Derrick grove get ready to hand the
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The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department Nov.
19-23.

Nov. 19
7 a.m., structure burglary,
4200 block Amberjack
Boulevard
8:30 a.m., battery, 300 block
North Alexander Street
12:30' p.m., fraud, 600 block
North Maryland Avenue
2 p.m., fraud, 800 block
Northwest Devane Street
5:30 p.m., battery, Alexander
Street/Timberlane Drive
6:29 p.m., robbery, 100 block
North Roadon Street
Nov. 20
2:05 a.m., criminal mischief,
3200 block Delaware Avenue
9 a.m., vehicle theft, 500
block East Park Road
7:35 p.m., car jacking, 1100
block Baker Street
9:30 p.m., drug investiga-
tion, 4100 block West State
Road 574
10 p.m., vehicle theft, 500
block East Park Road
11 p.m., vehicle burglary,
1800 East Linda Street
11:08 p.m., criminal mis-
chief, 3200 block Delaware
Avenue
Nov. 21
10 a.m., criminal mischief,
800 block West Warren Street
10 a.m., aggraavted battery,
1200 block West Grant Street
12:16 p.m., grand theft, 1600
block West Granfield Avenue
1 p.m., criminal mischief,
1400 block Walden Oaks Place
1:31 p.m., child molestation,
1100 block North Warnell
Street
1:44 p.m., .aggravated
assault, 1400 block Mercantile
Court
2 p.m. ,vehicle burglary, 800
block South Woodrw wilson
Street
4:30 p.m.. criminal mischief,
2000 block North Park Road
5:07 p.m. drug investigation,
West Ball/South Alexander
streets
7 p.m., grand theft, 100 block
Burchwood Avenue
9 p.m., vehicle burglary, 300
block Lisa Ann Court
Nov.-22
1:40 a.m., grand theft, 100
West Ale.xander Street
3 a.m., criminal mischief,
300 East Tomlin Street
3:45 a.m., grand theft, 2600
block James L. Redman Park-
way
5 a.m., burglary residence,
3400 block Grove Blossom
Lane
7:15 a.m., vehicle burglary,
200 block West Alexander
Street
8:30 a.m., robbery. 700 block
IWest Madison Street :.
9-01 a.m., drug investiga-
tion, 1400 blockNotthWheeler
Street
10:30 a.m., vehicle theft, 400
block West Ball Street
Nov. 23
3:20 a.m., criminal mischief,
3600 block West Baker Street
5:30 a.m., battery, 1700
block Cedar Drive
5:36 a.m., criminal mischief,
1200 block West Granfield
Avenue
6 a.m., vehicle burglary,
600 block West Ball Street
8 a.m., grand theft, 1900
block East Alsobrook Street
10 p.m., vehicle theft, 800
block South Thomas Street
10:30 p.m., criminal mis-
chief, 1200 block Nosleda
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4 THE COURIER DECEMBER 21, 2006


Toys For Tots Brings Christmas To Needy


NEIGHBORHOOD UNITED
DISTRIBUTES GIFTS
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@mediageneral.com
Neighborhood United, an
organization that specializes in out-
reach activities for area families in
need of assistance, has coordinated
efforts with the U.S. Marine Corps
Reserve's Toys for Tots campaign in


Tampa to provide toys and gifts for
about 500 families.
Linda Dash, the outreach coordina-
tor, said staff volunteers for Neighbor-
hood United have been taking names
and distributing Christmas gifts since
the day after Thanksgiving.
"We will distribute Christmas gifts
up until Dec. 21 (today) and then we
will shut it down," Dash said. "We have
been very busy. But we know what we
are doing makes Christmas so much
brighter for each family we serve."


Clara Perry and Kenneth Mitchell
have been working at the Neighbor-
hood United distribution center on
West Renfro Street.
"It is wonderful to see the joy on the
children's faces when they know they
will have a gift for Christmas," Perry
said.
Mitchell said he wants to help peo-
ple less fortunate than him.
"I'm glad to help out here," Mitchell
said. "The families are all very thank-
ful. It's a good thing to do."


Julius Dupont, a former officer with
Neighborhood United, said a lot of the
things his organization does often goes
unnoticed.
"Recognition is a good thing when
you are helping families and making
lives better," Dupont said. "This
Christmas is a lot brighter for many
area families because we cared enough
to make a difference."
Those wishing to help Neighbor-
hood United can call Dash at 759-
9343.


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SUNDAY
Christmas Eve worship
Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 2104 Mud
Lake Road, will have the following schedule
of Christmas Eve worship services for Dec.
24: traditional service, 10:30 a.m. with com-
munion; family service; 5:30 p.m.; candle-
light service, 11 p.m. with communion.

Christmas services
Hope Lutheran Church, 2001 N. Park
Road, plans Christmas Eve services at 9:15
a.m. with candlelight services at 7 and 10:30
p.m. Christmas Day services are planned
for 10 a.m. Call: 752-4622.

MONDAY
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
Tai chi classes
Tai chi classes are offered Tuesdays 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, cwashburn-
@plantcitygov.com or 659-4200. Ext. 4340.

WEDNESDAY'
Mommy and Me Playtime
Mommy and Me Playtime is offered
Wednesday 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, cwashburn@plantcit-
ygov.com or 659-4200, Ext. 4340.

Free ESL class
Free English as a Second Language
classes are offered Wednesdays 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
Winter Fest softball tourney
The city of Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department will host its 2007 Men's & Co-
Ed Winter-Fest Kick-Off Softball Tourna-
ment Jan. 6 at the Randy L. Larson Four
Plex. The tournament will be open to "C"
teams.
The top three teams will earn awards.
The cost for the tournament will be $155,
with registration due Dec. 29.
Information: 659-4200, Ext. 4302, or
www.plantcitygov.com/rec/softball.

Bike Fest
The monthly Bike Fest motorcycle gath-
ering will take place Jan. 6 from 5 to 9 p.m.
on an eight-square-block area adjacent to
the Plant City Train Depot, 102 N. Palmer
St. Admission is free.
Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-
ty.org.

Junior Royalty Pageant
Five- to 15-year-old girls will be compet-
ing Jan. 6 at 6 p.m. at the Junior Royalty
Pageant at Tomlin Middle School, 501 N.
Woodrow Wilson St.
They will compete in four age categories,
with a winner, first maid and three court
members in each group. Winners will par-
ticipate in the Florida Strawberry Festival's
Youth Parade on March 3 and the Grand
Parade on March 5.
Pageant admission is $5. Call: Donna
Keel, 754-6939.

Comedy, music
Entertainer, musician and comedian
Chris Michaels will perform Jan. 7 at 1 p.m.
at the Wesley Centre, 202 W. Reynolds St.
The show will feature segments such as the
"Dueling Banjos," the "Musical Saw" and a
special bagpipe finale. Tickets are $10.
Call: Michele Pruyn, 754-3519.

Computer series at library
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St., will offer introductory computer classes


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KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo

All aboard to meet Santa
Santa will fly in for a visit Dec. 22-23 from 2 to 6 p.m. at Bob Willaford's house, 908
Joe Mcintosh Road. Santa will be aboard the fully restored train caboose in Willa-
ford's front yard. Admission is free and, in addition to visiting Santa, children will
get a free picture and treat while supplies last. The event is run in cooperation with
the Operation Lifesaver Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Safety Program. Call:
759-3345.


on Wednesday from 2 to 3 p.m. through-
out January.
Introduction to Computer Skills Class,
Jan. 10. A beginner's guide to using the,
computer and parts of the computer.
# Keyboarding and Mouse Skills, Jan. 17.
A beginner's guide to using the keyboard
and practice using the mouse.
Introduction to Windows, Jan. 24. Learn
about the desktop, finding files, creating
shortcuts and using folders.
Introduction to Word, Jan. 31. Practice
creating, saving and editing documents.
Registration begins one hour before
class. Call: 757-9215.

Cultural arts festival
The 21st annual celebration of "Diversity
at its Finest" starts Jan. 11 at 5:30 p.m. at the
Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center,
1601 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., and
continues for five days with a variety of
cultural events. Residents and visitors will
gather to celebrate the life and teachings of
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and enjoy live
entertainment, music and step shows. the
celebration culminates Jan. 15 with a
special luncheon and jazz performance.
Call: 757-6760.

Antiques street fair
An antiques street fair will be held at the
parking lot at Reynolds and Palmer streets
Jan. 13 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will
feature antiques and collectibles.
Call: Ed Hampson, 717-7731.

Youth baseball, softball registration
Dixie Youth Baseball plans registration
for its upcoming season Jan. 13 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Rec-


reaction Center, 1601 E. Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Blvd., and Jan. 6 at Snowden Park,
902 S. Waller St. Registration is $50 per
player. The league starts in March and
games will be played Saturdays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays. Call: 478-2925 or 757-9195.

The Florida Opry
Tommy Cash, brother of Johnny Cash,
will be the featured performer at The Flor-
ida Opry Jan. 13 at the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center, 605 N. Collins
St. Victoria K., Ken McWilliams and the
Nashville Band and the King's Messengers
Gospel Quartet will also perform. Doors
open at 7 p.m. Reserved seats are $15 and
general admission tickets can be purchased
in advance or at the door for $12.
Call: Myrle Henry, 752-4094.

Car show
The monthly Strawberry Classic Car
Show will take place Jan. 20 from 4 to 9 p.m.
in McCall Park, 100 N. Collins St. Spectators
will see cars and trucks manufactured in
1982 and before, antiques, customs, clas-
sics and hot rods. Admission is free.
Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-
ty.org.

The Florida Opry
Brian Chytka, Jenny Rimmer and the
Gospel Truth Quartet will be the featured
performers at The Florida Opry Jan. 27 at
the 1914 Plant City High School Commu-
nity Center, 605 N. Collins St. Doors open at
7 p.m. Reserved seats are $15 and general
admission tickets can be purchased in
advance or at the door for $12.
Call: Myrle Henry, 752-4094.


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CLUB (LIPS
Lions Club
The Plant City Lions Club
meets Tuesdays at noon at
the Ramada Inn, 2011 N,
Wheeler St.
Call: Judy Barta, 752-6193.

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

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

Bereaved parents group
A bereaved parents group
meets the fourth Thursday
of each month at 7 p.m. at
South Florida Baptist Hospi-
tal's community conference
room, 301 N. Alexander St.
Walk-ins welcome.

Diabetes support group
A diabetes support group
meets the first Tuesday of
each month from 5 to 6 p.m.
at South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Call: 757-8202 to register.

Epilepsy support group
An epilepsy support
group meets the second
Tuesday of each month from
10 to 11 a.m. in the South
Florida Baptist Hospital cafe-
teria conference room, 301
N. Alexander St. Walk-ins
welcome.

Civil War unit
Step into the ranks of
history as a Southern can-
noneer and join the Milton
Light Artillery, Co. A. Milton
is a Civil War re-enacting unit
based on an actual 1860s

Florida battery. Milton re-
enacts more than 15 battles a
year and includes civilian
and nursing impressions.
E-mail info@miltonartill-
ery.com or visit www.milt-
onartillery.com.

Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
The Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
meets the second Thursday
of the month at the Ramada
Inn at 6:30 p.m., 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Dinner buffet is
$15.
Call: Melane Byrd, 754-
0424.

PCHS Class of 1960
The Plant City High
School Class of 1960 meets
the second Friday of each
month at 9 a.m. at BuddyF-
reddys, 1101 Goldfinch Drive.
Call: Warren Wilson, 685-
9401.

Plant City Toastmasters
The Plant City Toastmas-
ters Club meets Thursdays at
7:30 a.m. at the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce,
106 N. Evers St.
Call: Hal Brewer, 752-
4949.





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Merry Christmas, Plant City


angels announced his birth, according to the
gospel of Luke:
"I bring you good tidings of great joy, which
shall be to all people. For unto you is born this
day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the
Lord glory to God in the highest, and on Earth peace,
good will toward men."


Christmas Day is upon us; a
special time of the year when
Christians around the world
will honor the birth of Jesus
Christ and his message of
salvation to all mankind.
Amid the merchandising
push and frantic pace of the
weeks before Christmas there
grows an appeal to our noblest
nature. Time, political correct-
ness, poverty or misfortune,
misery or war cannot wither
Christmas, for it belongs to all
eternity.
There's something special
about Christmas that makes
people reflect on what's really
important. Maybe that's
because it's a holiday that is
centered on faith, on family
and home, and those are
themes that touch us all, in one
way or another.
The Christmas spirit is alive
and well in Plant City. The
spirit is more than well,
actually. It began here Nov. 30
with the annual "Winter Lights
Spectacular," a Christmas night
event when the mayor presides
over the lighting of the town's
Christmas tree in the center of
town; it was a whirlwind of
lights, color, song and cheer
that would have put the hard,
miserly misanthrope Scrooge
in the holiday mood.
From Walden Lake to the
historic district, Christmastime
in Plant City is something
special. While the big city may


JERRY
LOFSTROM
Columnist


have its brightly lit malls
crammed with people hustling
and bustling to buy gifts and
goodies, Plant City is different.
People here take a different
pace for the holidays. There's
lots of holiday joy and time to
enjoy the spirit. Families can
be seen with children strolling
through McCall Park, taking
pictures of lights beaming of
Christmas, and honoring the
nativity scene that adorns the
park.
If you had to choose an
American town most like
folksy, friendly Bedford Falls in
the 1939 movie classic "It's a
Wonderful Life," you might
pick Plant City. Old-fashioned
style street lights decked with
evergreens, red bows and
candy cane images line the
streets. Store fronts are decora-
ted with greens, their windows


glittering with sparkling lights
and Christmas scenes.
Like Bedford Falls, people in
Plant City are content with the
simplicity of small town life
with their one high school,
their one library, and the
town's friendly home-spun
charm.
And why shouldn't they be?
Stepping onto Collins Street is
like traveling back in time to a
lost vision of small-town
America.
It's a wonderful place where
folks usually know one another
by name, and it doesn't matter
if they don't know your name,
they\'11 Iave at you anyway.
That's part of the charm of
Plant City; they welcome

visitors like home folk and treat
them with a "come back again
soon" attitude.
Christmastime in Plant City
is extraordinary; a time when
that welcome mat that has
been out all year long is really
spiffed up and the brass is
polished.
But Christmas for many is
not a joyful time of the year.
Like George Bailey, the
character in the movie, "It's A
Wonderful Life," life is trying,
cash is tight, families are
separated, people are in need
of help.
It was an angelic intercession
that helped Bailey through
difficulty; it was human
compassion within Bailey that
helped him find a way to share
with others.
It's that kind of human
compassion for others that we
find right here in Plant City at
Christmastime and throughout
the year; from the United Food
Bank, to the Relay for Life
against cancer, to major fund
raisers for those in need, Plant
City people show their Christ-
mas spirit of giving every day of


the year.
When I was a child growing
up in the Midwest, the most
important elements of Christ-
mas were spending time with
family and friends, receiving
gifts and attending the special
church service in which the
children took part. As I've
grown older and lost most of
the family with whom I shared
many childhood Christmases,
spending time with my family
and friends in Plant City has
become just as special.
Sure, I don't have the
Minnesota snow to reflect and
add sparkle to the Christmas
decorations, but when it's time
to trip the lights fantastic, in
Plant City, there's no shortage
of wattage.
In a few days Christmas will
be here. The stockings may be
hung with care, the wrapping
may be finished and the
children may already be
dreaming of sugar plums, but it
isn't Christmas for many
Christians until they celebrate
the real meaning of the holi-
day.
The heart of Christmas is
Christ and his saving grace and
example of service to others; a
special time when we of the
Christian faith recall the birth
of the Christ child in Bethle-
hem.
Christmas season, it cer-
tainly is the most wonderful
time of the year. It is a time for
celebration and thoughtfulness
among all faiths; a time for
family, a time for friends, a
time to rekindle our hope for.
the future.
It's Christmastime in Plant
City and it's a wonderful life.

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


COMMENTARY


The Message Of Christmas

Jil oy to the world! The Lord is come. Let Earth
Receive her King," says the Christmas carol.
Christmas represents many things to the
Christian world. The birth of Christ; the belief
that God sent his only begotten son to live among us;
sent by Him to be the word of God, a teacher for all
ages: the redeemer of all mankind, and a symbol of
hope for the entire world. This belief has stood, for
about 2,000 years in the Christian world, as God's most
important gift to man.


It is the resurrection of
Christ, of course, following his
crucifixion and death, that
stands as the great proof of the
Christian faith. But it was first
the birth of Jesus that brought
hope into the world, Christians
believe. Christ's very existence,
as the son of God, or simply as
the loving human being that
He was, gives hope that we, the
feeble inhabitants of this
planet, will not be forgotten.
The living Christ gives us
hope that we will not be left to


our own sad fate. Through
Jesus, the Christian world
hopes that the downtrodden,
the poor and the feeble among
us will have a champion of
their cause. Christ also gave his
followers the hope that there is
a God of love and goodness; a
God that knows all and will
somehow cause all the mad-
ness around us to one day
make sense.
People call Christmas the
season of giving. It must also
then be the season of receiving.


GEORGE H.
NEWMAN


Those who give have the
opportunity to feel blessed for
what they have and can share
with others. People on the
receiving end can feel blessed
for what they have been given,
and will hopefully become the
giver when they too have that
opportunity. And regardless of
how much or how little you
have, there is always an
opportunity throughout the
year to give kindness and
consideration to those around
you. For many, love is thought
to be the greatest gift of all.
Our society is riddled with
materialism that often makes


the visit from Santa Claus the
overriding reason for celebrat-
ing Christmas. Santa is too
often a diversion of the real
reason for our celebration.
Then there is the fear of
offending other faiths at
Christmastime that leads to
leaving Christ out of Christmas
altogether, even in our saluta-
tions.
When Christians say "Merry
Christmas" they mean happy
holidays and seasons greetings
to all.
To me Christmas remains a
time of hope; a time to reflect
upon the first day in the life of
Jesus of Nazareth. A baby was
born in a manger who one day
would walk through the world
preaching the virtues of love,
not hate; the virtue of giving,
not taking, and the glory to be
found in the house-of the Lord
God, regardless of your faith.
Jesus of Nazareth, and the
example set by the life that He
lived, was and is the Christian
world's unending hope for
better things to come.
Amen.
George H. Newman is a
reporter for The Courier.





DkCEMMER J1$ 00g6 EC6 d4 URWER .'7


EL GAL ADVERTISED T


LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT


NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY ANNEXING CERTAIN PROPERTY TO THE CITY
AND REDEFINING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE CITY TO INCLUDE SAID PROPERTY.
As required by Section 166.041 and 17.1.044, Florida Statutes, and other applicable law, the City Commission of the City of Plant City, Florida, does hereby give
notice of the proposed enactment of an ordinance entitled:
ORDINANCE NO. 42-2006
AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY UPON PETITION OF THE OWNERS
THEREOF, AND REDEFINING THE BOUNDARY LINES OF SAID MUNICIPALITY SO AS TO INCLUDE THEREIN SAID REAL PROPERTY,
AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 171.044, FLORIDA STATUTES.
The proposed enactment of said ordinance, following second reading, shall be considered by the City Commission at its meeting in the Sadye G. Martin Auditorium of
'the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street (City Hall), Plant City, Florida, on January 22, 2007, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon.thereafter as the
matter may be heard, at which time interested parties and citizens may appear and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.
All persons are advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting, he will
need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person with a disability requiring reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this meeting should
call the City Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing.
The proposed ordinance, which includes the complete legal description by metes and bounds of the area proposed to be annexed, may be inspected by the public at
the office of the City Clerk at the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida.
Brief general descriptions of the areas proposed to be annexed are as follows:
SSection 5. Brief general descriptions of the areas proposed to be annexed are as follows:
ANX-2006-006: Approximately 1,006.88 acres located South of Knights Griffin Road, West of Charlie Taylor Road, East of Wilder Road and Fraizer Lane, and
North of Interstate 4 (folio # 089793.0000; folio # 089351.1000; folio # 089354:1000; folio # 089735.0200; folio # 0897360.000; folio # 089736.0050; folio #
089736.0100; folio # 089791.0000; folio # 089792.0000; folio # 089351.0000; folio # 089352.0000; folio # 089735.0000).
ANX -2006-013: Approximately 64 acres located South of Kirkland Road, West of County Line Road, East of Lindsey Road, and North of Rimes Road (folio #
90955.0000, folio # 90955.0050, folio # 90955-0100, folio #90954.0000, folio #90965.0000, folio # 90966.0000, folio #90967.0000, folio # 90968.0000, folio
#90969.0000, folio #90970.0000; folio #90973.0000; folio #90973.0100; folio #90972.5000; folio # 90972.0000; folio #90974.000; folio #90972.5100; folio
#91008.0200; folio #91008.0100; folio #90974.0300; folio #90974.0200; folio #90974.0100; folio #90974.0400).
ANX 2006-008: Approximately 288 acres located West of Franklin Street, South of Sam Allen Road, North of 1-4 and East of Wallace Branch Road and
Thonotosassa Road (folio #090070.0000; folio #81868.0000 and folio #090082.0000)
ANX 2006-009: 2505 Karen Drive (folio#090322.1202)
The maps showing the area to be annexed are as follows:










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The proposed ordinance, which includes the complete legal description by metes and bounds of the area proposed to be annexed, may be obtained and/or inspected by
the public at the office of the City Clerk at the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida.
NO: 6020 12/21,28/2006





8 THE COURIER + DECEMBER 21, 2006


Neil & Suzanne Roberts won the club's November Garden of the Month award.


Great Gardens of Plant City
'GARDEN OF THE YEAR' NEXT WEEK


As the Plant City Garden Club prepares to
unveil its choice for garden of the year, we
review some of the club's picks for garden of
the month. The Courier will feature the
garden of the year nextweek.
The winners for 2006 were:
January: Ernesto and Julia Perez,
4919 U.S. Highway 92.
February: Rusty and Lynn Arney,


3530 Sam Allen Oaks.
March: Dallas and Milene Powell, 805
Collins St.
April: Chuck and Donna Fitzgerald,
1819 Joe McIntosh Road.
,* May: Jessie Smith, 1904 Golfview
Road.
June: Bill and Lisa Carr, 2210 Wedge-
wood Court.
July: June and Donald Fowler, 5210


Keene Road.
August: Robert and Hope Little, 4713
Cork Road
September: None awarded
October: Martin and Janet Burdette,
2823 Clubhouse Drive.
November: Neil and Suzanne Rob-
erts, 3401 Astin Road.
+ December: Kerri and Ben Knox, 913
Roux St.


Left: Martin and Janet Burdette took the award for October. Above: August
saw Robert and Hope Little collect the garden club's blue ribbon.


Left: June and Donald Fowler won the July award.
Above: Bill and Lisa Carr won the bragging rights for
June with their award.


Photos courtesy
of Plant City Garden Club


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OBITUARIES


Crews
Marie F. Crews, 90, of Plant
City, died Dec. 2.
She was born in Bradley
Junction and came here 80
years ago.
She was a health care
companion aide and a
member of the Church of
Christ and the Red Hat Soci-
ety.
She is survived by a son,
Kenneth of Plant City; a
daughter, Joann Derr of South
Carolina; a sister, Addie-
Bowers; three grandchildren;
and five great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral
-Home.
Henderson
Frances Rider Henderson,
86, of Plant City, died Dec. 3.
She was born in Upton, Ky.,
and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
She was a retired licensed
practical nurse for Tampa
General Hospital.
She was a charter member
of Sunlake Baptist Church in
Lutz.
She is survived by three
sons; Carl of Oxford, Wayne of
Plant City and Michael of
Tampa; a daughter, Carole
Bowsman of Palmetto; a sister,
Mary Lou Braswell of Tampa;
17 grandchildren; 29 great-
grandchildren; and 12 neph-
ews and nieces.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Mancester
Martha J. Mancester, 66, of
Plant City died Dec. 3.
She was born in Washing-
ton County, Ga., and was a
longtime resident of Plant
City.
She was a school bus driver
for Hillsborough County
School District.
She is survived by two sons,
Rayvon Hartzog and James.


Hartzog; a brother, Ralph
Johnson; two sisters, Ruby
Smith and Nancy Bray; and
two grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Bender
Robert W. Bender, 68, of
Plant City, died Dec. 4.
He was born in Detroit and
was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
He worked in real estate
sales and was a member of
Lord of Life Lutheran Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Patricia; a son, Robert M.;
three daughters, Cristin
Hutton, Mindy and Stephanie
Reed; a brother, William; a
sister, Carol Murphy; and four
grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Hart
General J. "Dick" Hart, 87,
of Plant City died Dec. 6.
He was born in Trenton and
came here more than 75 years
ago.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
of World War II.
He was a barber for more
than 44 years and was a
member of Berea Baptist
Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Cassie; a daughter, Barbara
Smith; a son, Wayne; five
grandchildren; and eight
great- grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.
Cochrane
Dorothy M. Cochrane, 99,
of Plant City died Dec. 7.
She was born in Middlesex,
N.Y., and was a homemaker.
She is survived by a
daughter, Dorothy McCarry of
Plant City; a son, Gordon of
West Henrietta, N.Y.; and a
grandson.
Wells Memorial Funeral
Home.


Deadline is Wednesday the week before the item is to appear
in the paper. This includes club news, calendar items, church-
related items, business notes, entertainment and school notes.
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover: S. Lkner Rd & DIoningt St.
659.2000

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen lhapel: 1109 1. laura t.
52. "389
Mount Olile- 1113 W:. Madison it
IIount Olie: Horton Rd, -3-2628

APOSTOLIC
.isamblea postolica:
1501 (olson Rd. '3"-3496
.Ipostolc Chunh of Jesus Crist:
1212 I. Re.nolds. ". 5130

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
. Abundant life- Pinemcres Rd.
ithia. 685. 4240
Belham-: 9804 Hamev Rd.
Thonotosassa, 986-5"1
(alran fellouship:
1110 N. Gordon St.. "52-5005
Christian life Assembly:
3120 s. Miller Rd.. 65%--4802
Dover first: SiR 5-q C Petrie Rd.
689-0343
Faith temple: I-. at HillsboroughbPolk
Count.I line. "52-0532
Faith lihtlho.use:
.3409 SR39A. "521885
First Plant lit':
Charlie Griffin Rd,
W ofSR 39 S. -52-3351
Fort .afia: Comer of South Hul". 39
C Su111ei Rd. "3"-4656
Keysrille: SR 640. '3'-4803
Mounl Zion:
I-b at Thonolosassa Rd. "52-1614
Plea.ant (6ivie:
'051 S. Dtrker Creek Rd "3"-1012
I Ilton' ITorship (enter:
Count line Rd. '"5-6089
Sdrdnev: 5rdnel Rd. 1/10 mi. f
of Srdn- Doier Rd. 659-0532
lTrkey Creek:
turkey (reek Rd. -"5- 53-2

BAPTIST
.Vtarn: Turket (reek Rd.
.. ofS R 60. "3'-3"39
.lafla Baptist: 222. lafia (hurnh Rd.
6348.9-5
. ntioch: Horton Rd, .3-.3240
Bere.: sR39 S, '3"-1232
Belham: Cork Rd, -529209
Bethel: 804 W. Renjro St. "54-2239
Beulah: .llen & CountI' line Rd.
lithia. '.J"-1122
Bible: Charlie Griffin Rd.
'52-28"5
Bunthbood Temple: Esulid Dr C
SR 5"1. "52.3"82
Calar, Tnree Will:
3539 trapnell Rd E.
Cedar Grm e: F. Kelsville Rd.
-3"-123I
Central oj lilhia:
Pineres/ & Keystille Rd
(Cmrch on the Rock:
301 F. Alsobrmok. "52-3"40
(ommunitl Crislitn:
1310,. Shannmon.lie. "5-1-5383
(rossroads: SR39 S. Pinecrest,
-3.1211
Counrnside Baptist Church.
13322 Srdnet Rd., 5"18200
Omrer First: \. Gallagher Rd,
659.0203
Eastshle: 1318 F. Calhoun St.
"54-2681
East lhonotosassa: .lntosh
C. Knights-Griffin Rd. 986-3-06
Faith temple Primitive:
808 If Washbgton St. -51 6661
first Baptist Chunh of.Miduay:
MIlduav Rd, '52--209
First Baptist ltlhfi:
Intersection of SR .9 &
lithla-Pinecres Rd. '3"-1121
First Plant City:
503 \. Paliner. "52 110-
First hlonolosassa llissionan:
McIntosb Rd. 986- 1'56
Harmony Baptist Chur(h:
6008 Knights Griffin Rd. 986-'165
Hopenuearer. 56".-5548
Hopenwell: SR39 S. "3'-3053
Knights: Paul Budnhman HuY.


"52. 9"2
lhltanon: Branch lorbrs Rd.
-52 201)6
lone Oak. lone Oak Rd. '54. 52'
.Ifount .lforiah Freienill:
Warren 0-Jolnon St. "54- 39-
Ilouinl Moriah Freewill:
21ui2 (olson Rd. "3-. 1490
Mount Oliie: 604 Ball St.
'513834
AenT Hope Freewill
Baptist Chumrh:
j101 Si.dne' Dover Rd.. Doier
.nv .11l. Zion Freeu-ill:.
301f Daniels Rd., "52.3.985
\ortbside:
!'00( '. franklin St.1 52 2"9
Oaknood. Airport Rd. '52-5499
Plant Ci Primitive:
509 N.Erers St. "5--3261
Pleasant G6roe First
hurkey (reek Rd. '3"-2556
Shiloh Baptist Church:
905 W. terrace Dr., 54-445
Springhead.. Wiggins Road.
"54879
St. luk-e isvionar.-
108 S. ianiell51, -5-4-992
- St. Mai,'s FreeuiIll:
Hunter Wirren St. 5 1-6855
St. Man Missionary:
180 S.A 60F, '3'-3668
St. Man's Communitn' Church:
90' F. Laura St. '51-1616
Sidnte: 1510 Cre Rd. 659-1502
Turkey Creek Community
Baptist Chumrch:
5H- Turkei freek Rd.
813."3 1224
turkey C(reek first:
Frapnelt Rd. "52.'890
I icton' Missionary: taki Rd
Welcome Baptist: 11308 Welcome
Church St (813)1 '3-2288
Weslside: 2503 I: Granfleld .Ive,
"52-1450
Whirehurst Rd: 901 A. Ibitehurlt Rd.
"'5.-5-05

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
little Inion: 15510 Counht Rd 39.
lilhia. 634-i-"54
Salem Primitive:
1I402 Salem hunrch Rd., Sidney

CATHOLIC
Si. Clement: 110H \. Alexander St.
'52-8251

CHURCH OF CHRIST
.V. Wilder Rd: 938 \. Wilder Rd.
"522-1
Cork. Cork Road. "52-1521
Laura Sl: 1310 F. laura St.
"52-2858
Springlhead. Wiggins Rd. /I-1485

CHRISTIAN
(1Cii.Ciples l l :fl I.Ii
First: 2108 lhonotosassa Rd,
52- 5385

CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian:
Mrkntosh Rd.,' of SR 5"-1

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Ver 6race: 1211 F. Laura St

CHURCH OF GOD
lClevelarid Tenn )
Dover: Donuwnuing St. 659-2900
Plant Ct-: 2103 Mudlake Rd. '52-1591
Turkey Creek: Turkei Creek Rd
at SR 60. "3-. 1331
Fhonotosassa:
1'02 \. larlor Rd. 986-1916

CHURCH OF GOD
(Andvr Khlgsun First: 2808 Kingsupm ..
Si-fner. 65"--500
First: A. nordon and Baker St.
'52-6438
Gospel Tabernacle: Allen 6 Haines St


EPISCOPAL
It. Peters. J301 (arej S.,
"52-5061

FULL GOSPEL
Deslln (bChurch of Plant (hit
1112 ,. Wheeler St..
813.659.2181

HOLINESS
Deliverance habernale:
808 B. 6rant 51
Refitge Church oJ our lord:
"28 11. Ball St.

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel lahernai le:
2311 Samtnnduls Rd. '54-38-L4
Restoration .lssemnhr:
106 $. EIE r St.
ErangelhstsforJesus labernmule:
SR 5"i. F. of Dover. 659 0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Caltan Chapel Plant City.
1310 iorth Shannonm i e.. 892-0510
Coi-enant Bible Chumrh:
1101 F. Bakers St..
Suite 200. "54- 1133
Deeper liJf Fellou ship:
(Coilla Rd. W ofSR 39 N.
Reiival Outreabh (enter:
225 A. Doivr lR. 6812250

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Kingdom Hall: 32023 Itarnland. re,
'52-3305

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
C(huch of Jesus Christ IDS:
1805 '. Park Rd, "52.6364

LUTHERAN
Hope 1015: 2001 Park Bird. "52-4622
lont of life l6 C4:
2101 MSud Lake Rd, '52 6064

NAZARENE
Plant Cir ommunlti'
Church of the .azarene
2402 Ifudlake Road. "52 '86.

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel fellon ship:
I. 1mclin.re.
Full Gospel fahernacle:
2511 Sanmnonmd Rd. '54 38-3

Greater lo e Christian Center:
1109 \. Franklin St. '59.82"0
Impact Family Worship (enter.
.Ieets at Seffiier flementan'
School. 65' "914
Kainos International
(lburh of Florida:
902 Renfo St. "64-0929
fampa Bible Fellouship:
101201 E. Hlllshoroiugih he, "5-26"-
nith' Christ Church.
1911. Gordon SI, 659-2621
loumnan's Praise and iforship Center:
1.5. 921

ORTHODOX
Iloly Protection Orthldox (hum-rh:
3820 toores lake Rd. Dover. 659.0123

PENTECOSTAL
greater leightls Family
Worship C enter
3301 (lemons Rd. "54- 1088
living Iaters Foursquare
Church: 602 S. ters .51. '59-0528
Aeu. Hope Iorshbip Center:
803 W. ,tahoeWl S. "5"-6123

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Dover: loore's lake 6 Holiness
CImurch Rd. 659-1301
Chunfh of lhe -hing God-
1102 Tler.S(, '5+5840)

PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant (it':
I 10" Charlie Griffin Rd. '59-9383
First Preslj'terlan Plant (it',:

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SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Unlk faith God .linis.ntr:
15140 5R '5-. Doter. 659-0930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant il.: 2203 Strauberrr Dr.
-52-4691

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, INC
"ffW" I( 'ingle. Igain Fellonshlp
btange-llsm"n 2011 Sont WIfftins Rd..
"54-3224

SOUTHERN METHODIST
First: 103 W. Johnson Rd,
'54-5968

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. fark lnlled COurh:
291H libhia-Pinerel Rd. Ialrko.
685.0998

UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 It: Sam .llen Rd.
"54-3233
Dover I first: oore's Lake Rd at
Itelbodist (burch Rd 659-1415
First Plant itv: 303 .. Erers St.
"51-3519
race: 1801 E. (herr Si. 6593'"18
Sunset Heighis: Ialter Dr. '54-2H41
Springhead- 2305 Sparkman Ri.
"52.5'51
it. lake: 809 E. laura St. '5"-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King fluri at
,Milletowe Dr.. 6. 35
Frinil.ti Plant (ill.
402 I. English 51, "52-9316

WORD OF FAITH
aith Ouutremah Church of Plant City
IICC Plant Cifr Campus/
john R Irinkle Building
1206 ,orth Park Rd.., 59-9273


LONE OAK

BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road. Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 1000 AM
Morning Worship II11.00 AM.
Evening Worship 6:00 PM
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
7:00 PM
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor


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Joe Bowles, Pastor
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3224 San Jose Mission Dr.
fOn c-l 574 Doeri
Sunday Masses
7am & 10 30arn English
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City. FL 33563
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4901 5H Tripnell R.oad
Plaint Cin FL ;Wi.6
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Mormnng \corulp 10 u0a.m
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IN THE SPIRIT


The Rev. Tim Williams: Victory Worship Center


Tim Williams doesn't want the rest of us to
make the mistake the religious leaders in
Jerusalem did when the'Magi stopped by for
directions.
"They didn't go!" he said. "They'd studied a
lifetime but they passed up the opportunity to
meet Jesus."
For more information on Victory Worship
Center, 6637 County Line Road, call 754-6089.

Q: How long have you been in Plant City?
A: Two years. We moved from First
Assembly of Lake Placid.

Q: How old is this church?
A: It started in the early 1950s as Springhead
Assemble of God (AOG), moved out to this
location in the early 1980s, then changed the
name around five years ago. We're still die-
hard AOG. If you're a real Pentecostal church
people are going to find out sooner or later.

Q: How's it going?
A: We're really blessed. We spent eight years
preparing for this. It's a positive experience
and we're really happy.

Q: Both you and your wife are listed as
pastors?
A: That really is an informal title for my wife
(Suzi). She's not ordained or licensed. How-
ever, I came out of the mindset that the wife
took second seat and I have never wanted
that. We have four children: Garrett (13),
Jessica (11), Justin (9) and Abigail (2).

Q: What makes you proud of Suzi?
A: That she puts up with me. I don't think
anyone else would. Especially through our
struggles. Our marriage is better today than


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Sunday, December 2411
Christmas Vigil Masses/
Misas de la Vigilia de Navidad
5:00 pm Mass in English
Family Liturgy with
Children's Nativity
7pm Misa en Espahol
Liturgia Familiar
con la Nativdad
actuada por nihos.
11:30pm Christmas Carols
12:00 Midnight Mass in English

Monday, December 25th
Christmas Day Masses/ Misas de Navidad
7:00am Mass in English
8:30am Misa en Espahol
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The Rev. Tim Williams of Victory Worship
Center was working as a police officer in
1992 when "the Holy Spirit pulled me into a
little Pentecostal church. The pastor laid his
hands on me and I felt like I'd stepped into a
power plant:'

it's ever been. She's solid. I have her support, I
think God calls families. I feel like God calls
the whole person and you're not whole
without your entire family.

Q: Where were you raised?
A: I was born in West Palm Beach (1970) but
grew up in Lake Placid. My dad became the
alligator trapper for the county in my later
years. We grew eating soft-shell turtle, frogs
and wild hogs.

Q: Have you always been in ministry?
A: No. I worked on a farm then went to
Highlands County Police Academy in 1991.1 I
worked with the Lake Placid Police Depart-
ment, then the Sebring Police Department.

Q: How did God call you?
A: The Holy Spirit pulled me into a little
Pentecostal church in 1992. The pastor laid his
See SPIRIT, Page 12


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303 N. Evers Street Downtown Plant City
(between Reynolds & Baker St-Lts) 54-3519


SUNDAY WORSHIP HOURS Dec. 24
8 00 am Chapel Communion Service in Chapel
9.00 am Contemporarn Worship in the Wesley Centre
10:00 am Sunday School
11:00 am Traditional Wo.rship m the Sanctuarn

i CHRISTMAS EVE WORSHIP Dec. 24
0:00) 6:45 pm Holy Communion in the Chapel
7:00 pm Worship for all age. in the Sanctuary


Rev. Earl Smith,
Senior Pastor

Owen Heart, Open A finds, Open Dxors
www.fumcplantdty.org


December 24th at 9:15 a.m. December 31st at 9:15 p.m.
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hands on me and I felt like I'd
stepped into a power plant.
My life was changed, every-
thing looked different. The
next week the same thing
happened to my wife.
Q: Did you minister as a
police officer?
A: I prayed with most
people who came into contact
with me. I had a captive
audience! They almost always
said yes when I asked.
Q: How long before you
changed career?
A: I wanted to retire from
law enforcement first. In
1998, things were going well
but God spoke to me clearly. I
knew it was time to leave.
Q: What is your vision for
this church?
A: My motto is "Loving
God, Loving People." I pray
this church will be a healthy
body of believers who take
the ministry of reconciliation


out of these doors so they will
be known for being Christian.
This church is humble and
loving. Most everybody here
has a story and they've been
through a lot. This church
does a great job of loving
people.
Q: What's the biggest
challenge?
A: If Christians would begin
to do the works of Christ then
we could meet every chal-
lenge. The church has the
answer to every problem this
community faces because we
have the answer as to how to
deal with sin.
Q: What do you want for
Christmas?
A: What really matters to
me is that my children grow
up serving God.
Q: What's the best Christ-
mas movie?
A: "It's a Wonderful Life."
Q: Do you have a favorite
song?
A: "How Great Thou Art"
when it's blended with "How


Great is our God." You can
just sense the power. Then
"My Grown-Up Christmas
List" by Kelly Clarkson.
Q: Do you have a scripture
to share?
A: "Do not be anxious
about anything, but in
everything, by prayer and
petition, with thanksgiving,
present your requests to God.
And the peace of God, which
transcends all understanding,
will guard your hearts and
your minds in Christ Jesus."
Philippians 4:6-7
Q: What are you reading?
A: I like Tommy Tenney's
"God Chasers" and "God
Catchers."
Q: What gives you joy?
A: Watching people grow.
To see them come from A to
B. Helping people. The same
reason I went into police
work. I really feel like most
people are good.
Q: Who is your Bible hero?
A: The apostle Paul, and
Abraham.


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Every year Gabriele Roith-
meier puts up a Christmas
village reminiscent of a
German village where she
grew up.
"One of my granddaughters
dreams of living in a place just
like it because she says there
is no school," Gabriele says.
Well, this year Gabriele has
a surprise for her eight
grandchildren.
The family will gather on
Christmas Day in their
Walden Lake home and next
door to the village's bakery
and beauty salon will be a
one-room schoolhouse, the
newest addition to what has
become a labor of love.
Gabriele and Hermann
Roithmeier have been Plant
City residents for 16 years,
after Hermann retired from
31 years in the U.S. Air Force.
The two have traveled all over


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Columnist


the world and moved here to
be near their children, a
daughter and two sons who
live in the Tampa Bay area.
Their Christmas village
grows every year and the two
days it takes to set it up is
worth it. It kindles memories
of their years overseas and


stories of adventures to pass
on to their grandchildren.
"Family and friends, no
matter where they are, that's
everything," Gabriele says.
Hermann heartily agrees.
Happy birthday, Richard
A very special happy
birthday to Richard Smith,
who celebrated his 85th Nov.
15.
The celebrations included a
memorable visit from his
daughter, Jody, of Asheville,
N.C., and a delicious dinner at
the Red Rose Room given by
dear friend Bettye Holley.
Tomlin artwork on display
David Hubay, an art
specialist at Tomlin Middle
School, tells me his seventh-
and eighth-grade art students
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The Courier Christmas Cookie Contest


From Peanut Butter Cutout Cook-
ies to Charlie's Chewy Chocolate
Cookies, all the entries in The Couri-
er's Christmas contest were tasty
holiday treats. A special thank you
from editor Kevin Brady to everyone
who brought in samples.
Dorothy Overstreet a kitchen
maven who can whip up a dessernr- A
worthy of Tavern on the Green from
pork skins, turnips, flour, sugar and a
little food coloring had the unenvi-
able duty of picking one recipe. Our
winner, Babs Armagost, will receive a
gift certificate and three baskets of
fresh strawberries.
Below is the winning recipe -
Almond Cinnamon Bars and some
of our honorable mentions.

Almond Cinnamon Bars
Ingredients
1 cup butter or margarine
1/2 cup sugar
1 cup ground almonds
1 2/3 cups flour
2 teaspoons cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 to 11/2 cups chocolate chips
Nuts, finely chopped (walnuts, pecans,
almonds)

Directions
Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Mix butter, sugar
and nuts. Add dry ingredients and blend well.
Chill dough until easy to handle. Roll dough into
cigars about 3 inches long. Place one inch apart on
ungreased cookie sheets. Press cookie down with
finger to flatten slightly. Bake until firm but not
brown, which is about 10 minutes. Remove to wire
rack's. Meanwhile, melt chocolate chips over hot
water. When cookies cool frost with melted choc-
olate and sprinkle with chopped nuts.

Peanut Butter Cutout Cookies
Ingredients
2 cups sifted flour
1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons of shortening
1/2 cup peanut butter
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/3 cup milk
1/2 cup chopped peanuts (optional)

Directions
Sift flour, baking powder and salt together. Mix
shortening and peanut butter together.
Beat in other ingredients one ata time.
Stir in flour mixture, blending well.
Chill. Roll out to 1/4 inch thickness on
slightly floured board. Cut with cookie
cutters that are slightly floured. Place
on ungreased baking sheet. Sprinkle
with chopped peanuts. Bake at 350
degrees 12 to 15 minutes. Yield is 50
cookies.
When cooled, cookies can be frosted
and decorated. 4

Coconut Cookies or
Coconut Pecan Bars
Part one, ingredients
1 cup flour "
1/2 cup margarine
2 tablespoons powdered sugar

Directions
Mix together and pat into a square
pan or cookie sheet. Be careful not to
get it too brown.


Part two, ingredients
2 eggs beaten
1 1/2 cup brown sugar
1 cup coconut
1 cup chopped pecans
1 teaspoon baking powder
Pinch of salt


Directions
Stir well and pour over baked crust. Bake
another 30 minutes being careful not to have over
over 300 degrees.
Double this recipe to make one big cookie
sheet.

Grandma Carson's Christmas Cookies
Ingredients
3/4 cup butter
1 scant teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon almond flavoring
1/2 cup sugar
2 egg yolks
2 cups flour

Directions
Mix together 3/4 cup butter; 1 scant teaspoon
salt; 1 teaspoon almond flavoring; 1/2 cup sugar.
Add 2 egg yolks and 2 cups flour. Roll teaspoon of
dough in hand and flatten slightly. Dip in unbeaten
egg whites, which is put in a sauce dish. Place on
cookie sheet and garnish with pecan halves, or red
and green candied cherries sliced into thin strips
(one strip of each color). Bake on ungreased sheet
at 375 degrees for 10 minutes.


Emily's Christmas cookies
Ingredients
3/4 cup (1-1/2 sticks) butter or mar-
garine, softened
3/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
1 package Jell-O chocolate flavor
instant pudding and pie filling
1 egg
13/4 cups flour
.# 1 teaspoon
Baking soda
S: 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
(optional)
Three squares Baker's semi-sweet
baking chocolate decorations, such as
assorted small candies, raisins, sprin-
kles, colored sugars or Jet-Puffed Mini
Marshmallows.

Directions
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Add
butter, sugar, dry pudding mix and egg
in large bowl with electric mixer on
medium speed until well blended.
Combine remaining dry ingredients.
Gradually add to pudding mixture, beating until
well blended after each addition. Form into ball.
(Refrigerate for up to 1 hour if dough is too soft to
roll out.) Roll out dough on lightly floured surface
to 1/4-inch-thickness. Cut out dough using 4-inch
"bear" cookie cutter or other 4-inch holiday cookie
cutter; place on greased baking sheets. Re-roll
scraps and use to cut additional cookies as
needed.
Decorate cutouts with small candies, raisins or
sprinkles for eyes, mouth and buttons, pressing in
lightly. Bake 12 to 14 minutes or until slightly
firm.
Remove from baking sheets. Cool on wire
racks.
Melt chocolate in microwavable bowl on
medium for 2 minutes. Spread on bottom half of
bears for pants or skirts; use as "glue" to attach
more decorations.

Betty's Christmas treats
Ingredients
2 1/2 cups margarine
11/4 cup sugar
3 cups (all purpose flour)
1/2 teaspoon allspice
1/2 teaspoon cloves
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1 pound candied cherries
1 pound candied pineapple
2 1/2 quarts chopped pecans
4 eggs
1 miniature whiskey bottle

Directions
Melt butter. Then mix eggs, whiskey,
sugar. spices, flour and cherries and pine-
apple. Then pour wet mixture into a bowl
and mix well with pecans. Drop by tea-
spoonful on a greased cookie sheet. Bake
at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until
brown.

Charlie's Chewy Chocolate Cookies
Ingredients
1 /2 stick butter
12 ounces semi-sweet morsels
can condensed milk
I teaspoon vanilla
I cup flour
1/2 teaspoon salt

Directions
Melt together 1/2 stick butter, 12
ounces semi-sweet morsels and 1 can
condensed milk. Add 1 teaspoon vanilla,
i- I cup flour and-1/2 teaspoon salt. Mix.
together. Heaping teaspoon, bake in 375
degree oven for 7 to 8 minutes.









BETTY
Continued From Page 13
are exhibiting their work at the Florida Blood
Services Center in Plant City during Decem-
ber.
The young artists are: Estella Antunez,
DeeDee Gregory, Joshua Hanks, Amanda
Manning, Ana Nava, Pablo Perales, Israel
Santana, Michael Sykes, Judy Walker and
Brittany Weathersbee. Happy exhibiting!

Best wishes to troops, prayers
for Missildine family
Marine Benjamin Penrose's mom, Nancy
Penrose Fannin, sends heartfelt Christmas
greetings and prayers to our troops, including
her son and John Simpkins, both in Iraq, and
to U.S. Army soldiers Donald Bruno, Nick
Atkinson and Frank Murrow.
Bruno is also in Iraq.
Nancy also sends a special prayer to the
Missildine family in memory of Jody W. Missil-
dine, who died in April. We join her in prayer
and blessings to all our troops.

Well done, Britney
Plant City High School's Britney Balliet's
accomplishments as student council vice
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SPORTS



On-Court Brawl Leads To Suspensions


STARTERS OUT INDEFINITELY;
COACH 'SICK' OVER FIGHT
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.comn
This is not exactly how Raider boys
basketball coach Gary Meyer would like
to test his team's depth.
After a regretful scene played out at
the Plant City High School gym Friday
night, every member of the Raider start-
ing lineup as well as the entire Brandon
varsity roster has been suspended indef-
initely.
A fight began less than two minutes
into the Plant City-Brandon game. The
brawl started between two players, but
quickly escalated into an incident involv-
ing dozens of fans who came out of the
stands to join in.
On Monday, the Florida High School
Athletics Association, once informed of
the situation, acted quickly. Every player
who was on the court, meaning all 10
starters, was suspended along with all
the Brandon bench players for joining
the fray.
"In 32 years as a coach, I've never seen
anything like that," Meyer said. "You
may get a couple of players that square
off with one another, but never have I'
seen fans pouring onto the floor. There
were kids there crying, older folks who
came out to see a game on a Friday night.
Your stomach hurts. The whole week-
end, you just don't feel good."
Immediately following the first score
of the game by Brandon, an Eagle player
fouled a Plant City player as a shot was
going up and the fight began. Witnesses
said there was nothing the officials could
have done to stop it.
The game was less than 90 seconds old
when it was called.
Hillsborough County Athletic Director
Lanness Robinson, who was the Raiders'
coach from 1995-2000, said the FHSAA
will determine the length of the suspen-
sions.
"I don't think they are going to be in a
hurry to set a number just so these play-
ers can play in Christmas tournaments,"
Robinson said.
Robinson spoke with both schools'
athletic directors on Monday, notifying
them of the FHSAA's ruling.
There is no known video footage of the


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Brandon High School's, Mike Brown,
drives to the net at practice.
incident; the game was moved to a 6:30
p.m. start and the person who normally
videotapes the games was running late.
However, a large crowd was on hand
for the abbreviated game. Former Plant
City Recreation Department Director
Richard "Cal" Calhoun, who is a high
school referee, was one of those in atten-
dance.
"I've done about 1,000 games and
nothing has even come remotely close to
what I saw at this one," Calhoun said.
"No where close. It was just crazy; out of
hand."
Meyer and Brandon's Mark Hermann
ran out on the floor and tried to restrain
their players, but were unable to stop the
melee quickly due to the large number of
fans that got involved.
"It just happened so fast. The biggest
problem with this incident were the 40 to
50 Plant City fans rushing the floor,"
Hermann said, adding that the experi-
ence was "chaotic" for several minutes.
Two Hillsborough County school
resource deputies jumped in and got all
of the fans back to the stands, then
ordered everyone to leave, said sheriff's
office spokeswoman Debbie Carter.
A Brandon News photographer, a
sister publication to the Courier, said


that more deputies were called to the
parking lot, using bull horns to order
people to leave the school.
Obviously, the decision to call off the
game was made without debate.
- Carter added that one person went to
the hospital with a busted lip, but
nobody suffered more physical damage
than that.
Plant City is off to a very strong start
this season, making Friday's turn of
events even more distressing, said
Meyer.
"It's certainly not indicative of our
players. I actually hope a video turns up,
I just want to find ott why this hap-
pened," said Meyer.
There is a possible explanation. Some
interviewed for this story, who wished to
stay anonymous, said that members of
the two teams engaged in some "trash
talking" on the internet site myspace-
.com and that it may have created the
tension between the players, a theory
that might suggest why a foul so early in
the game escalated into a fight so
quickly.
Brandon, a hoops power which had
just seen a 50-game unbeaten streak
against Hillsborough County opponents
end with a loss to Wharton, will be
severely shorthanded, as will the Raid-
ers.
Plant City will still participate in two
scheduled holiday tournaments, starting
with this week's trip to Auburndale for
the McGrady Shootout tournament.
Junior varsity players will be needed to
fill out the roster.
One eyewitness said there were no
signs of animosity during the pre-game
warm-ups or the game-opening hand-
shake.
Meyer praised the police and the Plant
City High administration for taking care
of the situation as well as they did. But,
clearly the ordeal was weighing heavily
on the coach.
"You pour your heart and soul into it
and all that work you do is for right now
... for this to happen, it's not what we
represent, it's not what the city of Plant
City represents and it's not what our bas-
ketball program represents," Meyer said.
"It makes you sick."

Scott E. Rupp, Sports Editor for Sun-
belt Newspapers, contributed to this
report.


Newsome's Football Shifts Into Raider's District


WOLVES HAD WINNING

RECORD IN 2006
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
The road to a second straight district
football championship may have gotten
a lot tougher for the Plant City Raiders.
Last week, Newsome High School,
Lithia, was added to Plant City's division
in football, District 5A-7.
The move was one of several realign-
ment changes made by the Florida High
School Athletic Association, due mostly
to changes in class sizes. Newsome's stu-
dent population caused the school to
jump up from Class 4A.
Despite being in a very strong 4A-Dis-
trict 11 last year, Newsome almost made
a surprising trip to the playoffs.
The Wolves went 3-1 in their district,
tying with both Freedom and Hills-
borough highs. Newsome hosted a
three-way tiebreaker, which decided
which two teams would be bound for the
playoffs, but Newsome lost to both Free-
dom and Hillsborough.
The school is coached by former
Durant defensive lineman Kenneth His-
cock.


Plant City, Brandon, East Bay and
Bloomingdale all stay in their respective
district, welcoming Newsome.
With Bloomingdale's down year in
2006, a trip to the playoffs by another
school in the district basically required
just one win over either of the other two
teams.
That scenario worked just fine for
Plant City, which took care of all three
district opponents en route to earning
the title. However, they were then ousted
in the first round of the playoffs by Lake
Gibson.
Besides the Newsome move, the Bay
area saw only a handful of other changes,
but one was major. Taking Newsome's
spot in'4A-11 is powerhouse Armwood,
meaning the Hawks and Hillsborough
Terriers are now district rivals.
Benefiting from the departure of Arm-
wood are the remaining 4A-12 teams.
Armwood was replaced by a lighter foe
in Groveland South Lake.
A fifth team was added to that mix
with the departure of Armwood; Kissim-
mee Poinciana is no longer an indepen-
dent team and will represent 4A-12.
Plant City's region, 5A-2, lost a strong
team with the departure of 5A-5 champ
Land 0' Lakes, which joined 4A-8. That
means 5A-5 becomes a four-team dis-
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Chapel and Mitchell.
Land 0' Lakes will now play a mostly
Pasco/Hernando district schedule, along
with a game against the North Pinellas
County school, Tarpon Springs.
Also in that area, the four teams in 3A-
8 -- Zephyrhills, Gulf, Pasco, and
Hudson-- were joined by the new high
school opening in Land 0' Lakes, as well
as the previously independent Wiregrass
Ranch in Wesley Chapel.
Other changes of note within the state
were a new school in Apopka (yet to be
named) going directly into Class 6A due
to its size.
Durant's district, 6A-6, is unchanged
with Riverview, Sarasota and Sarasota
Riverview still comprising the group.
And the two new schools in the South
Hillsborough County area will jump into
district play after both playing one year
of a partial varsity schedule.
Spoto goes into a very strong 3A dis-
trict along with 2005 state runner-up
Sarasota Booker, Jesuit, Robinson and
Palmetto, meanwhile, Lennard will be in
Class 2A-5 and will have to plan for some
longer road trips.
The other teams in the district include
Tampa Catholic, Mulberry, Lake Placed
and Bishop Verot in Fort Myers.


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BOYS SOCCER SEALS
DEAL AGAINST
SARASOTA RIVERVIEW

By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@mediageneral.com
It will be a long layoff for
the Durant boys soccer team,
but fortunately, the Cougars
can afford to be rusty when
they return.
In fact, if the Cougars want,
they could go out and lose the
rest of their games and know
that when the District 6A-8
tournament comes, they will
be in the best position possi-
ble.
Durant has already secured
the top seed for the district
tourney, thanks to last week's
2-0 win over Riverview and
remains undefeated at 10-0-
2. ;
"We tied when we played
Sarasota, but since that was at
our place and we won three
road games, we got the top
seed," said Durant head
coach Jamin Hollingsworth.
Having the top seed is a big
advantage, because with
seven teams in district 6A-8,
only the top club gets a bye.
into the semifinals.
That translates into need-
ing only one win to get Durant
into the playoffs, as opposed
to the two wins required from
every other team.
The largest hurdle faced by
Durant on its district sched-
ule turned out to be the Dec. 8
trip to Sarasota Riverview,
where the Cougars won by a
narrow 1-0 margin.
In last Monday's win
against Riverview, Cougars
leading scorer Cecil Clarke
tallied again. Marcos Garcia
also had a goal.
As for a potential rematch
with Sarasota -- a team that
may first have to get past
Plant City in the district semi-
finals -- Hollingsworth hopes
for a different type of match
than the scoreless draw the
teams played to Nov. 17.
"There were no goals, and
six total shots. Frankly it was a
boring game," he said. "We
were able to clamp down on
their top player, but they also
did a good job of clogging
things up in the midfield."
Hollingsworth's team
returns to the field Jan. 3,
which will mean more than
three weeks off between
games.
The Cougars are at Whar-
ton then have just three more
tune-ups before the district
tourney begins Jan. 23.
Not only will Durant be the
top seed at the district tour-
nament, but the Cougars will
have the advantage of being
its host.
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tube $650. 813-377-5588. Mattress Simmons Beau- LIVINGROOM SETS 54-364-4989. Member ramadol, hentermine,
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systems starting at 3 *DAY BED i295* Mattress factory close- tion Turn., customer Want to reach
$299.1031 W. Busch HOME GYM Bodysmith 6 Complete with 2 twin out, name brands, while made reception desk, customers in search of
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plates, bench bar, curl New, never used, can matt $99, queen or full chairs, refrigerator, services? Classifieds
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USED Desk Topr&slap A full or queen, plush(32)397-3648 e 9 0 obo, $200.$813-5 7-6733
COMPUTERS monitors, pillowtop ortho5pedic (813)7C-1970r 1 B-Osn
TVs stereos & arts. mattress set, ear DINING RoomCher 12
thEchestIYEAP! w King $2a5 Allt
ELECYRONICS CHEAP! warranty. Kin 2 All ce double pedestal grass Johnson brand DoTectorT goggles, $75 for all 40
Quicksilver, 1102 No new -in plastic. Visit 2" tbl, 8 chairs, Hutch news250.8170-1012 40.00 (813)6-1970 813-383-8015
Rome corner of Grace showroom or order by buffet & server. unused
Tpa 813-886-1494 phone. 813-657-8449 $995 813-785-3384 BANJO 5 string, blue- DIRTBIK,
furnishahome.cm grass Johnson bran RYouth full-face REESE receiver hitch, fits
(( Computer Games )) BED $145 Dining room Lhted new, 250.1 70-1012 h (8d3) 91$50.00, 8 8dard2ckup, $40
BED Elect s Jherry hutch: 60o wi, e 81)7690 8134-10-2J
PLAYSTATION 3, 60 GB, FULL QU Orthopedic y84 tall paid $1500 BICYCLE, Free Spirit 10
brand new-never PLL OP KG $235. nly$500 813-785-3384 speed, with security DOLLS Gone w/Wind 4ea SOFA & loveseat, cream
opened. $1500 obo. Call New in plastic w/7 rock. $75 813-9357242 inboxes w/certs $150 ather, 3 tables. $150
Brad 863-381-3895 or wrnty. Can deliver... ..all. 8137526566 for all. Call 813-787-4076
863-382-3370 813-478-8995 DIN2CAMERA, EOS Rebel, 2
863-382-3370 w1r3 C n DININGSET C lenses, n ew battery,. Doors Bi-fold, white 2 STATUE St. Francis of
CC Diamonds )J BED, Adjustable, new, Wrhouse Full Must SeIll $125 813-325-0884 standard 36x80. hard- Assisi concrete 2ft H
dual massDage, remote, Rattan ike Man e x vw desk are $35. 813-759-0751 $25 613-241-5786
DIAMOND RING 2.7 Carat twin XL, sprng air mat-t ebr
diamond ring with 1.- tress, reg. $1 80, now w. e im b dee $50 $25 DORS, triple sidin STEREO Receiver
ed at $13kus. Asking se-out, 813-837-548. CHAIRS metal folding (813)754-12133-59 .
$9k. 81 -716-5183 BED Adjustable Queenb G1 & (10) $40.00 813-752-6504 ELMOS 2 TMX0NIB TIKI B ,4 cha -0
RING Awesome 2ct size electric. Remote Garage$90.00 EACH OBOBAll hamroo&$10
Round solitaire rin cr. controls position and vi( CHRISTMAS Retro vill by 813)694-0732 o Al383Ba oo $10 0
tified. Aperd $1 500 rating mechanism. Ex- r Y rd Sales Santas Workbench,
Must Selpl Sacrice cellent cond. Cost $2200 new, $15 813-325-0884 EXERCISE Bike Proform TIRE (4)Micheli P215
$5,800.(800) 872-2194 new. $995 (813)634-7991 Discover treasure electronic, exc cond 60R17 used, $50 813-
Mattress Memory foam waiting to be found. CRIB, w/ bedding, $150 New $250 Sell $100 obo /60
Electronics Mattress Memory foam obo, exc cond. (863) 398-0148 Lakeland 503-830
( Electronics J seen on TV, endorsed DGAR1X1 813-241-5689
NASA. Queen $2200, TUBN antique, clawft 5'
PLAYSTATION 3- Brand now $897. Kin 2600, a DES Metal 950's ART GOLF Cart tires & wheels
3Brd n $8.KMetal1950's ART 4) Brand New $100. no r0gs refinished, $2503
new in box, never now $1390. actress arage & Yard Sales)) DECO Yellow $50.00 all 813-754-5767 813-230-9375
opened w/receipt $750 Close-out 813-837-5486. 00O 813-926-3157

frm HRRYAST!Call 813-220WLL SELCORK AREA 3829 Dove DESK Shore collection HUTCH Shore Collection TURNTABLE Sony new in
FAST!Call 813-220-1634 -70c Run Road of Bob Head beige/ fruitwood, $250 813-503-83e iLkl$d 863b-o a -2y116
PLAYSTATION 3, 60GB, EDWed & Thur Dec 20 & 813-503-8350Bk 6
New Still in box King/Queen 21. Go cart, TV's, Stereo
w/extended2yrwarran- All Cherry, red finish, system, Karaoke sys- DINING china cabinet LAWN Mower, Super WASHER/Dryer Ken-
ty, $1,300 oon All drawers American tem, push lawn mower, w/ptoo liht, 30w x2ld condition $95 more whtAfter 3 v
813-30-6956 dovetail, never used Auto bike rack, fishing x79h, $ 9 i13-503-8350 813-757-6733 msg 200 (863)840-1044
still in box. Can deliver equipment, Day beds,
Turn to Classifieds -you -cost $4,500 sell $1,350. Lots of clothes, Kids DIRTBIKE, Adult full-face MOWER, riding, Murray, WINDOW Brand new
can bank on our bargains.. 813-924bedding,Toys,HomeIn- helmet.Yellow. $50.00 rear eng, 12p, mulch Pella in I dbl insulated.
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I Pd $2500 sell $1750 DIRECTV FREE4 Room DISH Network/Echo Star 3( Cats )ENGL rBulldos AKC head, champ. bkgrd. registered, males, 1 fe-
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gold'links, new hidden sion, Free Equipment, Rickenbacker, and Silver Gold coins. e
claso. List$8025,sell: Free 4 Room Installa- Mosrite. Gibson pay top $. 813-792-2493 A PIT8Bell, LABS Christmas Pups C\P.&B1i y
ceiver Uograde w/ Re- 1930'sthru 1960's. Top 45 cents eaManMales&Feies ies, M & F Red white late, Male K female,
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MENTS, this is where to i item, showcase, cash checked, ready 1/7/06. SPANIEL PUPPIES, adorable M; Will hold for
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me ntsNY1900lpups MINIS, www. 863-660-1417/660-1237i .3a2743-155
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Hillsborou h & Pinellas l$5 0 awa CNurseries & Trees A Re omanian Section 118. males, 1 Dachshund, vetrd n a $1400 407-251-9339 e fcates.
co. C -h 5000-RITTES AE made,5like new! + (5) 30 Make Offer upynd others. tee $1260941-480-1779 kimid40@yahoo.com $500 863-537-1281
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Cap. 5000 lbs., 3 stage years. Withstand high #125 GAL 3" 12 ft $65 8267 A Causeway Blvd iron table. $375.00 OBO JACK RUSSELL TERRIERS,
side shift, just serviced windand heavy snow. 15 GAL 1.5" 6ft $25 813-663-9888 663-9838 813 484 2334 COLLIES! AKC- Can Registered, NKC/CKC, POODLE PUPS, AKC toy YORKIE/MALTESE Mix
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24 THE COURIER* DECEMBER 21,2006


Felton & Lee Williams
PRICES GOOD TILL 12/26/06
Only the Best Quality Meat & Produce at Bargain Prices!


GROCERY SPECIALS


FRESH LEAN MEATY
COUNTRY STYLE SPARERIBS .........-.1.48 LB
FRESH LEAN MEATY
PORK STEAKS ........ ......... 1.58 LB
FRESH LEAN HALF OR WHOLE
PORK LOIN................... .68 LB
FRESH FRYER SPLIT
CHICKEN BREAST.. .. .......... ... 1.28 LB
FRESH BONELESS
CHICKEN BREAST ....... ....... 1.98 LB
FRESH CHICKEN
DRUMSTICKS & THIGHS ...............680 LB
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
SIRLOIN TIP CUT FREE.................... 2.99 LB
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
RIBEYE CUTFREE . . . ........ $5.89 LB
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF BONELESS
NY STRIP CUT FREE . . . ...... .89 LB
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF BONELESS
SIRLOIN STEAK.................. 2.89 LB
FPE'H LEAN BONELESS
BEEF STEW ........... ....... 2.38 LB
FRESH IBP
PORK SPARERIBS RANDOM WEIGHT.......... 51.49 LB
FRESH EXCEL
SPARERIBS RANDOM WEIGHT ....... ......... $ .39 LB
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
CHUCK STEAK BONE IN.................. .2.28LB
IBP HONEYCOMB
BEEF TRIPE 10.LB BOX ......... ......... S 4.99
LYKES
PLUMPER HOT DOGS 12ozPKG . ....... .99
LEAN DELI
HAM SLICED YOUR WAY ........ .. ......... 1.99 LB
ROTISSERIE
CHICKEN WHOLE ........ ............ 3.99 EA
FRESH HOMEMADE
PORK PAN SAUSAGE ................$1.39 LB

WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF DUCKS,
CAPONS, FRESH HAMS &
FRESH TURKEYS WHILE THEY LAST