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Wanted: A Few Good Families

Facing a "critical" shortage of foster homes,
children's advocates are reaching out to Plant
City families.

More than 5,000 children in Hillsborough
County need adoptive parents, according to
Hillsborough Kids Inc. The group plans an
adoptive parenting open house July 18 from
6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Plant City YMCA, 1507
YMCA Place.
"The big misconception is that these are
bad kids. They are not," said A. Michelle
Long, director of communications and devel-
opment at Hillsborough Kids Inc. "They are

in the system through no fault of their own -
often as a result of their parents not being
able to take care them. A majority of the cases
are neglect, not abuse or abandonment."
A good foster home is one that is stable,
safe, clean and loving, Long said. "The most
important is that the children need to feel
accepted in that home."

See FOSTER, Page 22

Meet Bishop Franklin
Echols and his wife,
Massalena Echols,
of Greater Love
Christian Center, our
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With more than 5 000 Hillsborough County children in need of adoption or foster homes, children's advocates are trying to get the word out
with adoptive parenting seminars. One is planned July 18 at the FPlant City YMCA. Above, Linda and Christopher are two of the children cur-
rently up for adoption. Their last names are withheldd for privacy reasons.

A Taste Of Home For Troops

Countryside Baptist Church wants
to send a little piece of home to Plant
City troops serving overseas.
The church is collecting packages of
eveni-thing from eye drops to books to
send to local servicemen and women.
"It'.sbeen on my mind for sb; months
now." aid church member Bett, Gra( .
who is coordinating the project. "W\\e
just want to give them a little taste of
home while they are away."
Gray and The Rev. James Smith
came up with the plan last month. And
although members of Coutry .idee
Baptist are contributing to dre effotit.
both would like to see the entire com-
munity contribute.
"The soldiers make a sacrifice as do
their families," said Smith, who minis-
ters to three families with sons or hus-
bands serving overseas. "We just want
to show (the troops) we appreciate
them and what they are doing and that
they are not being taken for granted."
The National Guard's 3rd Battalion,
116th Field Artillery Regiment, based
in Plant City, was called up in June
2005 to support Operation Iraqi
About 200 of the -regiment's 430
members live in Plant City. The unit
was assigned to a "command and con-
trol" mission in Kuwait and Iraq for a
period of up to 18 months.
Gray would also like to see the com-
munity show support for the troops by

placing yellow iibbons around the
"I "Aent on a uip to Tennessee in
May and saw little towns there where
the whole town was covered in yellow
ribbons. I saw the same thing up in
Georgia last week," Gray said. "It just
made me warn to do something for our
soldiers. I just don't want it to be like
Vietnam when our guys come home. I
don't ever \ant it to be that way
Among dth items the church is look-
ing foi are- eve diops, any tood itc-m
that can be nmctowaied. papeiback
books, imnaazine- and CDs
Anyone. who w would like to help out
by sending a pac k age can contact Betty
Gray at Iii-'5-19:4 aot -all Coun!try-ide
Baptist, 13322 Sydney Road, at 571-

What to send
Beet i>-rky, videotape., :ri.ters.
suall paperbaiLk-, cain cth e- .
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Kraft Eas\ M.lac. international tall-
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travel board games, instant oat-
meal, card in-stant grits, toy- or
candy to hand out to children,
stews, antibacterial uel-, Bertt
C rocker \\,u in Delight-, disposable
razors, applesauce. shaving creinm.
pudding and fruit, e\e drops,
peanut buttteL, rail nirx:. boiled
peanuts in can., iILdiutr (toffee. hot
Do not send -oap piroduCLts or
hormermade rood.

KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
Betty Gray and pastor James Smith of Countryside Baptist
Church are looking for community support for their effort
to send packages to local troops serving overseas.


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Dogs rescued from Dover
home need help
Hillsborough County
Animal Services is asking local
veterinarians, rescue groups
and other animal profession-
als for assistance to care for a
large group of- dogs seized
from a Dover home last
The 22 dogs, all Pomerani-
ans or mixes of the small
breed, have been diagnosed
with medical and behavioral
issues. Their owner, a 51-year-
old woman, was charged with
animal cruelty.
The dogs are timid and
badly in need of proper social-
ization, according to animal
services, and their tendency to
bite makes the dogs unsuit-
able for adoption at this time.
The Humane Society of
Tampa Bay and the Hills-
borough County Veterinary
Medical Society have already
pledged assistance in the
effort to foster and rehabilitate
the dogs, but more help is
needed. Veterinarians and
rescue groups are encouraged
to contact animal services.
For'more information or to
report animal cruelty and
neglect, -contact animal serv-
ices at 744- 5660.

Foster children
need school supplies
Hillsborough Kids Inc. is
asking for help to prepare the
more than 3,000 children in
the .Hillsborough County
foster care system for school.
With the help of local orga-
nizations and individuals, the
Hillsborough Kids Inc. Back to
School program will supply
backpacks, school sipplie "
and a new outfit to children.
The agency's program is
collecting monetary dona-
tions, as well as backpacks,
dictionaries, notebooks,
paper, pens, pencils, markers,
folders and binders among
other, supplies for the' chil-
dren in the Hillsborough
County foster care system.
To make a cash donation.
contribute online at www.Hi-; mail con-
tribution to Hillsborough Kids
Inc., Back to School Program,
1002 E. Palm Ave., Suite 100,
Tampa, FL 33606; or call 225-
1105. To- make an in-kind'"
donation, drop supplies off at
the Children's Board o( Hills-
borough county, 1002 E. Palm-
Ave., in Tampa or call 225-

Tomrn teacher joins
Holocaust education program
Toinlin Middle School
teacher Howard Blount is one
of 29 [American teachers
selected to participate in the
summer 2006 Holocaust and
Jewish Resistance Teachers
Program. Blount left July 6 for
three weeks of study in Poland
and Israel.
The program seeks to
advance Holocaust education.
in U.S. secondary schools.
Sponsors include the -Ame-
rican Gathering of Jewish
Holocaust Survivors, Ameri-
can Federation of Teachers
and the Educators Chapter of
the Jewish Labor Committee.
Blount is required to make a
personal donation of $2,000 to
the program, and may incur
additional miscellaneous
travel costs. He is accepting
contributions to offset his
expenses. Call: 752-4131.

KEVIN BRADY/Staff photos

First Baptist in the'Zone'
"The Zone," an interactive video and gaming play area for young people, opened last
weekend at First Baptist Church of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St. The hallway on the second
floor of the the downtown church is outfitted with four game consoles and two large
television screens. -

Bill Bender, right, the youth
pastor at First Baptist and
the driving force behind the
$11,000 project, sits in with
the young gamers. "It's a
place for kids to come and
have fun," said Bender. who
emphasized that the area is ".
open to everyone in the '
community, not just church / '
members. Bender said all
the games and movies in '
"The Zone" will be age-
appropriate and it will not "
feature any games with F. I
violent themes. "The point '.
here is we want a place .. .
that's safe and fun for kids. .
but also a place that's
welcoming." The church has *
not yet set a schedule for ...
when the area will be open.
Call: 752-4104. ..

Above, Plant City's Blake,
left, and James Emory
helped build the gaming
area, adding 3-D artwork to
the wall and painting the
area. The project took
about four months. The
Emory brothers, who are
also working on restoring a
cigar factory in Ybor City.
are the founders of JAB Inc.,
an art and interior design
company. Right. two
youngsters enjoy a video

See LOG, Page 16

'.JULY-13,- 206* TIFEtbLOUER.

The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department June
26 through July 2:

June 26
Aggravated assault, 8:04
a.m., 600 block North Dort
Criminal mischief, 3:29
p.m., 1900 block North
Temple Street
Criminal mischief, 3:34
p.m., 1300 block East Church
Vehicle theft, 5 p.m., 700
block South Collins Street
Vehicle theft, 5:30 p.m.,
2800 block James L. Redman
Parkway ,
Grand theft, 7 p.m., 3600
block Trapnel Ridge Road
Vehicle theft, 8:15 p.m., 900
block South Tyler Street
Vehicle theft, 9 p.m., 3100
block Sammonds Road
DUI, 11 p.m., West Rey-
nolds Street and Woodrow
Wilson Drive
Battery, 11 p.m., 300 block
South Frontage Road
Grand theft, 11:11 p.m.,
1600 block South Collins

-June 27
Commercial burglary, 1:13
a.m., 1500 block Noith
Wheeler St eet
Drug investigation. 1:21
a.m., South Waller Street and
West Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Boulevard.
Vehicle burglary, 2 a.m., 600
block Short Sci eet .
Criminal mischief. 8 .a.m..
700 block West Sa.tiders
.. Residence burglary. 1 p.m..
200 block Seminole,. Lake
Boulevard '
SAggravated assault, i 1:35
p.m., 1300 block East Church
Robbery. 2:15 p.m.: 500
block South Maryland Avenue
Battery. 6:20 p.m., 800 block
West Warren Street
Drug investigation., 7:09
p.m., Baker Sueet and Park
Vehicle .burglary, 9 p.m.,
3400 block Silverstone Court
Vehicle theft 9 p.m.', 300
block West Grant Street -
Criminal mischieft, 9:45
p.m., 1300 block East Church
Robbery, 10:35 p.m., 1700
block James L. Redman Park-
Criminal niischief, 11,p.m.,
500 block South Maryland

June 28
Vehicle burglary,; 2:30 a.m.,
2200 block Village Park Road
Criminal mischief, 6:30
a.m., 300 block Park Spring
Fraud, 5:47 p.m., 1300 block
Turkey Creek Road

June 29
DUI, 1:13 a.m., Thonoto-
sassa Road and Spooner
Trespassing, 5:35 a.m., 1700
block South Alexander Street
Grand theft, 1, 2400
block West Baker Street
Vehicle burglary, 1:15 p.m.,
200 block West Oak Drive
Retail theft, 3:09 p.m., 2100
block James L. Redman Park-
Battery, 4:49 p.m., 1800
block Wilkins Court
Residence burglary, 6 p.m.,
2900 block Pine Club Drive

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Students Work It Out In 'About Face!'

Most summer school pro-
grams attach a failing grade to
students who under-perform.
But the military-sponsored
About Face program takes it
even further. Any student that
fails to comply with the pro-
gram gets the ax.
"We don't like to fire
people," said Meg Cimino, the
About.Face site manager for
the Plant City. "But we are
teaching real life-skills around
here. If the student doesn't get
it, and some of them don't,
they get fired."
About Face is an educa-
tional program sponsored by
various state agencies and the
Florida National Guard. The
12-day program, offered in the
Plant City area to students
ages 13 to 17 during June and
July, is designed to prepare
participants for the workplace
and teach them to become
active members of the com-
munity, Cimino said.
The students are selected
through the Florida Depart-
ment of Children & Families.
In order to qualify, the student
or the student's family must
be on some kind of family
assistance program, Cimino
"This isn't a summer
school," Cimino insists. "This
is a job. The participants are
hired by the program to fulfill
certain duties."
Candis Edenfield, 15, said
she gets it and the program is
helping her a lot.
"They are teaching us how
to balance a check book," she
said. "They show us how to
make out a budget and pay
bills. They give us a business
prospective by putting us in


GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photo
Participants in the About Face program are preparing to complete a two-week life skills program administered at the National
Guard armory on Airport Road. Meg Cimino, left, is assisted in the supervision and teaching of the student-employees in the
program by Gina Sanders, second from right, and Mercedes Soto, right.

groups where we become
partners in a company. I'm
learning a lot of things in the
The students are each
taught to budget their money
through exercises in real life.
In their own pseudo-world,
each student selects an apart-
ment, completes a budget,
pays the rent, pays for electric,
phones, food and other essen-
tials. Some of them are
amazed in the process, Cimino
"It's neat to see how it clicks
in their heads when they dis-
cover the difference between
needs and wants," Cimino
said. "I know we are making
progress when the student
says 'I don't know how my
mother (or father) does it.
Everything costs a lot of
money.' It is then we can see
the student is starting to catch
Edenfield and the other stu-
dents who perform well get
paid $300 for their time and
effort. But it isn't a giveaway

"You can get your pay
deducted for many reasons,"
Edenfield said. "You have to
show up on time. You have to
dress appropriately. You have
to pay attention and follow
orders. You have to participate
in class projects and get along
with the teachers and the
other students."
The consequences of not
abiding by the program's rules
can be another lesson in real
"They sign a contract to
acquire employment," Cimino
said. "If they fall short of that
agreement, they are sat down
and talked to."
And there is more to it than
a verbal discussion.
If their participation contin-
ues to fall short of the mark,
more discipline may be war-
ranted, such as the docking of
pay, loss of privileges or the
ultimate measure getting
Hearing Cimino address the
participants as a group makes

it easy to understand that dis-
cipline is a big part of the pro-
"Whether you like it or not,
you need to worry about your-
self and not the people around
you," Cimino told the group.
"You have a job to do. If you
have a problem with doing
your job, then you are free to
leave. And if you continue to
miss the point, we will gladly
show you the door."
Edenfield said most of the
students are facing the
requirements and are posi-
tively affected by the pro-
"I can use the $300," she
said. "My grandmother (who
is raising her at her Durant
home). said I can put the
money in a savings account.
Next year, when I'm 16, I'll get
a real job and buy a car with
the money I save."
Edenfield said the About
Face program has taught her
Sto work with others and
appreciate being taught life
skills by her teachers.

Cimino is joined by Mer-
cedes Soto and Gina Sanders
as teachers in the Plant City
program. All three teach at
Plant City High School. Soto
and Sanders taught Cimino at
the same school when she
attended in the mid-1980s.
"We run a pretty tight ship,"
said Cimino. "This is a no-
nonsense program with high
In addition, the About Face
program provides drug aware-
ness training, smoking pre-
vention and mentoring.
Cimino said the participants
benefit from a curriculum that
successfully improves the
quality of their schoolwork,
their self-esteem, and their
knowledge of the world
around them.
The About Face program
was started in 1997. To date
13,460 young people have
completed it, and the program
has a 91 percent graduation
rate. Information: Fred Trip-
lett at (850) 668-0487 or Meg
Cimino at 707-7492.

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Quilt guild barbecue
The Berry Patch Quilt Guild plans a pot-
luck dinner/summer barbecue July 13 at 6:
30 p.m. at the Winter Visitor's Center, 304
Dort St. Call: 752-7409.

Free computer classes
First Baptist Church Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St., will offer free computer classes
every Thursday through July 27. Classes are
offered at 2 or 6:30 p.m. Classes cover basic
computer parts and software. Call: 752-
4104 to register.

Ribbon cutting
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce plans a ribbon cutting July 13 at 2,
p.m. at Image Depot, 1701 S. Alexander St.,
Suite 112-1.

Republican Women's Club meeting
Rosemary O'Brien, vice president of
public affairs for CF Industries Inc. in
Washington, D.C., will be the guest speaker
at the July 13 meeting of the Plant City Fed-
erated Republican Women's Club at Plant
City's Ramada Inn. O'Brien will talk about
offshore drilling and the search for natural
gas solutions. A buffet dinner is available at
6:30 p.m. for $15 and includes entree, side
dishes, beverage and tip. The meeting will
begin at 7. For dinner reservations, call
Melane Byrd, 754-0424.

Friday night gospel sing
Mount Zion Assembly of God, 3005 Tho-
notosassa Road, plan a gospel sing July 14
at 7 p.m. featuring the Royal City Family.
Please bring a paper goods donation of
paper plates, toilet tissue, cups, napkins or
so on. Call: 752-1614.

School immunizations, physical -
Back-to-school physical and immuniza-
tions will be offered July 15 from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. at the John R. Trinkle Center on the
HCC Campus, 1206 N. Park Road. Appoint-
ments required, call 754-4444.

Softball tournaments
The Amateur Softball Association of Ame-
rica will host men's, women's and coed slow-
pitch state championships July 15-16 in Plant
City. Games will be played at the Randy L.
Larson Four Plex, 1810 E. Park Road.
Information: Carlton Benton, 659-4255, Ext.
4304, or

Strawberry Classic Car Show
The Strawberry Classic Car Show will be
July 15 from 4 to 9 p.m. The event includes
antiques, customs, classics and hot rods in
and around McCall Park, 100 N. Collins St.
Admission and registration is free.
Information: 754-3707 or

Sydney Assembly of God, 14905 Sydney
Road, plans a revival with Joshua and
Christy Sullivan July 16 at 6 p.m. and July
17-21 at 7 p.m. Call: 659-0532.

Soccer camp
A USF Bulls soccer camp for boys and
girls ages 7 to 15 is planned July 17 from 5 to
8 p.m. at the Otis Andrews Complex. The
$115 fee includes a soccer ball and shirt.
The Plant City Lancers are hosting the
event. Call Chris Black, 299-2449.

'Arctic Edge' Bible School
Sydney Baptist Church, 1510 Cre Road,
plans a vacation Bible school- "Arctic Edge:
Where Adventure Meets Courage," July 17-
21 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. nightly for children in
grades kindergarten through six. The round-
up will be July 22 with games and refresh-
ments for everyone. Call: 659-1559.

Free blood pressure checks
South Florida Baptist Hospital will offer
free blood pressure checks July 18 from 1 to
2 p.m. in the Community Resource center


Picks of the Week

Storytelling event
Storyteller Windell Campbell
will perform July 13 at 10:30
,, asm. at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St.
Campbell's repertoire includes
S. traditional African folk tales,
S "-some originals, and more.
Information: 757-9215 or


Photo courtesy of Windell Campbell

KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo

Plant City Entertainment is staging "Guys & Dolls" July 14-15 and July 21-22 at 8 p.m.
and July 16 at 2 p.m. in the auditorium at Hillsborough Community College's Plant
City campus, 1206 N. Park Road. General admission is $10 and group rates are
available. Advance tickets can be purchased at Hardees Fashions, 1501 N. Wheeler St.,
or by calling 754-4929 or 731-0615.
or by calling 754-4929 or 731-0615.

in the main hospital lobby. Call: 754-4444
to register.

Free fishing seminar
A fishing seminar is planned July 18 from 6:
45 to 8:45 p.m. at Bill Heard Chevrolet, 2002
N. Frontage Road. The seminar is presented
by Bill Heard and Harold's Outdoor Products,
Inc. Admission is free. The free seminars are
presented the third Tuesday of every month.

Putnam's rep to meet constituents
A caseworker from the office of U.S. Rep.

Adam Putnam will be available to meet
with constituents of the 12th Congressional
District July 19 from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon
St. Constituents who are experiencing
problems with Social Security, Medicare,
Veteran's Affairs or other federal agencies
may meet with the caseworker.
Call: (863) 534-3530.

Ribbon cutting
The Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce plans a ribbon-cutting ceremony
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PCHS Class of 1953
The Plant City High
School Class of 1953 meets
the second Tuesday of each
month at 11:30 a.m. at Tony's
Airside Restaurant at the
Lakeland Airport.
Call: 752-6317 or 633-

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.


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Treat Scientologists

with 'Christian'


The Church of Scientology has caused
quite a stir in our not so little anymore
Many Christians are shaking in their
shoes about the coming of the "hea-
thens." However, many need to remem-
ber a few things; Christians are to be the
persecuted not the persecutors.
Secondly, we are to be known for our
love, not our judgments.
Jesus hung out with the prostitutes
and tax collectors, not the pious.
Third, this country was founded on the

idea of freedom of religion and that
includes Christian, Jew, Muslim, Sciento-
logist, Buddhist, etc. The Scientologists
have every right to worship how and
where they want without attack.
Finally, regardless of whether you
agree with their beliefs or not, Sciento-
logists do good in the communities
where they congregate, and we should all
agree on that. With so much hate in the
world we should appreciate love where
ever it comes from.
I am not a Scientologist, but my
dentist is, and I can tell you he is one the
nicest, most gentle people I have ever
met and not once has he tried to convert
As for the Scientologist criticism of
psychiatry, the medical industry has
become a depraved entity, with doctors
and agencies, like the AMA and FDA,

taking "gifts" from drug companies to
prescribe and approve their medicine.
I do not have the time or space to go
into all the details. The only thing I can
say is for people to read. The psychiatric
industry is and has always been an
unscrupulous industry.
As Christians, we should be like the
Scientologists, and speak out against
such a corrupt power.
If we believe what we preach, then we
should know that no drug can solve a
person's problems only God can.
No matter what religion or which of
the 25,000 Christian denominations you
belong to, we should all be able to agree
on that.

K. Moore

Finding The Fountain Of Youth, On A Bike

How old are you?
Your answer might seem
self-evident at first glance, but
think again. And I'm not
talking about the age that is
determined by the number of
candles flaming on your
birthday cake.
A few weeks ago, I had an
epiphany a revelation that
gave me a new outlook on
The portrait painted of
seniors in the media perpetu-
ates negative stereotypes
about aging in our society by
covering it in euphemisms:
"senior citizens," "golden-
agers," "declining years," and
"over the hill," to name a few.
Most define a senior citizen
as hitting a certain age,
usually 65, but isn't age
something more than a
symbolic number?
Many believe age has a lot
to do with a person's state of
- mind, a feeling, an attitude, a
vitality that lies within that
rejects the notion of acting
your age by the numbers.
Now, no one would deny
that we are in the same plight
when it comes to aging. We,
undergo a physical
transformation weak bones,
skin changes, altered appe-
tites, lessened cognition,
reduced energy levels; some-
times all at the same time!
But even if we have health
concerns or physical restric-
tions, we can do better with
an improved attitude about
Rex Green, my 94-year-old
adopted uncle is a prime
example. At an age when we
expect him to be frail and
sitting around his house
planning a final resting place,
he's planning next year's
vacation. Former President
George Bush skydived on his
80th birthday! You're proba-
bly not considering that on
your next birthday, but how
about not acting your age
once in awhile?
Don't tell 67-year-old Eddie
Richter that he should act,
well, like he's 67.


"You are what you are. I
know some 30-year-olds who
act like they're 70, and some
70-year-olds who act some-
times like they're 30," he said.
Eddie explained this logic
and his theory on aging while
traveling back from Lakeland
Fun Bike Center where he
bought a new, sporty, Honda
roi6torcycle; opting for the
extended warranty too, I
might add.
"I'm right up there in age,
but there are some things that
I think I'm still too young for,"
he said. Sometimes activities
in church call for senior
citizens, but I won't get
involved, because I don't
think I'm old enough yet."
For some it's disheartening
when people don't act their
age. Those who have been
raised in a dignified setting
often are shocked when
someone steps outside the
circle of so-called acceptable
Almost 500 years ago,
Ponce de Leon traveled to
Florida in his unsuccessful
quest for the fountain of
youth; Eddie Richter found it
-on the seat of his Honda
motorcycle six years ago.
Riding around the country-
side on a motorcycle with a
GPS and MP3 player on
board, Richter is rolling proof
that refusing to act his age is
quite all right with him.
Part of the "vrooming
boomers" Boyd Harrell, age
60, this writer, age 61, and the
youngster of the group, Plant

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Photo courtesy of Jerry Lofstrom
The "vrooming boomers" Eddie Richter, left, Boyd Harrell, Jerry
Lofstrom and Plant City Police Chief Bill McDaniel are heading
to the to the mountains of North Carolina this summer.

City Police Chief Bill McDa-
niel, age 43, Richter will join
us this summer on our second
annual motorcycle ride to the
mountains of North Carolina.
We will ride the fragile
ribbon of roads that run along
the crest of mountains
carrying us through peaceful
valleys and quiet hollows. It's
a mind-boggling, awe-
inspiring journey that stimu-
lates the spirit and soothes
the soul.
What age do you have to be
to enjoy such an experience?
It doesn't matter. Our age will
not matter to the lazy hawk
gliding overhead, the sun-
soaked wind in our face and
an 1,800 cubic centimeter
engine hovering under the
grip of our hands, ready to
propel us through the next set
of twisting turns like teens on
an amusement tide.
Our family of revved-up,
silver-haired veterans of the
road won't go on panty raids,
get into food fights, play

capture the flag, tell ghost
stories or short-sheet beds on
a dare.
But we do have boyish fun,
and we don't act our age.
And while I'm at it, how do
you behave? Do you act your
age, or do you act older than
you are? Acting older was OK
when you were 16, but not
Perhaps the best of Rodney
Dangerfield's master apho-
risms is: "How old would you
be if you didn't know how old
you were?" Mull over that for
a moment. There's a lot more
to it than you might think.
The point is this: Even if
.you're not that young,
consider thinking and acting
as if you are and live a little.
After all, the question is, how
old would others think you
were if they saw you acting
your age?

Editor's note: Jerry Lofstrom
is the owner of the Whistle
Stop Cafe.

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Be Ready For A Wave OfForeclosures

in th.e immediate fnti:ir' -
this year and next year -- -.ere
will be a whole lot of foreclose .
ing going on as those adiust-
able-rate mortgages are
adjusted upward. Many
people who were marginal
borrowers anyway woi.' b(-
able to handle the larger
mortgage payments and their
other obligations. They will
lose their homes.
Losing a home to foreclo-
sure is a bad thing both
psychologically and in
practical terms. It damages a
person's credit, which means
he will have to pay even
higher interest rates for
anything he buys on credit.
The family is dislocated and
usually forced to move into a
rental property, which might
not be available in their area.
My dad was so embittered
at seeing all the people
thrown into the streets during
the Great Depression that _he
- vowed never to buy a house. I
grew up in rental property. If
he didn't have the cash to buy
something, he didn't buy it. I
wish there were some way to
convince people that Realtors,

real estate brokers, stockbrok-
ers, mortgage brokers and
bank loan officers are neither
friends nor advisers. They are
all salesmen. The only advice
you will get from them is to
sign on the dotted line that
yields them a commission.
Real estate in this country is
one of the prime examples of
usury. Usually, even with a
fixed-rate mortgage, the buyer
can expect to pay twice the
price of the home in interest.
The tax deduction for the
interest on a mortgage is just
the government's way of
tricking you into accepting a
usurious rate. Nearly every-
thing government does is
designed to help banks and
big business, not the
For example, the
government could simply
*write a government check for
a student loan and let the
student pay it back interest-
free. But-rno, students are sent
to banks, which charge them
the going interest rate despite
the fact that the government
guarantees repayment. The
same scheme is employed


with loans for veterans. It's a
government bonus to the
lenders. You lend to your
prime customers, the
government says, and to help
you lend to marginal custom-
ers, we'll guarantee the
What the government
should do is tell lenders that if
they charge anyone more
than 3 percent for a loan, they
will be put in prison. Interest
rates are not determined "by
the market." They are
determined by the private

central bank misnamed the
Federal Reserve and that
bank is owned by the other
commercial banks.
When we borrow from a
bank, a bank employee
doesn't run back to the vault
and count out depositors'
cash. The bank creates the
credit outof thin air with the
stroke of a pen or a computer
key. If we tried that, we'd be
arrested. A friend of mine who
was president of a bank
observed that banks are the
only business he knew of that
charged its customers to buy
its products. Their product is
a bank loan, and they charge
you fees to make the loan as
well as the interest charged.
If you keep in mind that
money is a medium of
exchange and that real wealth
consists of hard assets such as
mortgage-free property,
buildings, tools, vehicles, etc.,
as well as skills, you can see
the game that I believe the
central bank has played from
its inception. First you inflate
the economy and encourage
people to borrow. Then you
shrink the money supply and

cause a recession or depres-
sion, and all of that true
wealth passes into the hands
of the bankers through
Thomas lefferson believed
that bankers were a greater
danger than a standing army
and argued that if fractional
reserve banking were allowed,
within 200 years the people
would be dispossessed of
their own country.
It would be interesting to see
just what the number of true
property owners is, and by true,
I mean people or corporation
who own stuff without a
mortgage or other loan.
When Andy Jackson refused
to renew the charter of the
first central bank, he called a
delegation of bankers who
came to lobby him a "den ..
vipers and thieves." It'yoiu-
want to see a timid person
today, look up any member of
the House or Senate banking
committees. They are all
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South Florida Baptist Honors Becky Franklin


Becky Franklin can't
imagine working anywhere
except South Florida Baptist
With a total of 41 years
under her belt at SFBH (with
a break of four years in New
York), she was the hospital's
Employee of the Month for
This grandmother of 11
and great-grandmother of
four is a surgical tech. Her
love for people does not end
with her job.
She grew up in Virginia
with six sisters and two
brothers and is a team
mother for her grandson's
Little League football team.
The secret to happiness?
Becky says she loves
people, her church Greater
New Hope Anointed Minis-
tries of Plant City and her
job. That says it all.
God bless you Becky.

'Night of Talent' a success
Jeanie Burt says last
month's Night of Talent at
the Plant City Cornerstone
Center was a tremendous
success. All proceeds from
the event, which drew
almost 300 people, go to
Cornerstone Chapel Inc. The
group is dedicated to -
restoring the building.
Upcoming fundraisers for
the center include a Summer
Rhapsody in August.

A chance to help our troops
Florence King in Green-
acres Mobile Home Park has
answered Lynne Halleran's
call for donations for our
troops overseas. Her
husband and four brothers
were in the Canadian Army
in World War II, and she has
a special love for our sol-
diers. Thank you Florence
for all those magazines,
paperbacks, snacks and CDs.
If anyone else wants to
help, call Lynne at 763-1881,
or just drop donations off at
1513 J.L. Redman Parkway,
and Lynne will forward them
on. She says light reading,
like People magazine, is
especially appreciated.

By George, he did it
Congratulations to Plant
City High junior George

Photo courtesy of South Florida
Baptist Hospital
Rebecca Franklin was recently
named Employee of the
Month at South Florida
Baptist Hospital.

Fekete, a recent recipient of
the Gen. H. Norman
Schwarzkopf Leadership
Award. The award is given by
the Florida West Coast
division of the West Point
Society, an alumni associa-
tion of the United States
Military Academy.

Plant City High
students honored
Three Plant City High
School students were among
25 Hillsborough County's
best and brightest who
received $1,000 grants,
thanks to contributions
made by employees of
Hillsborough County, the
Hillsborough County Sherif-
f's Office and the city of
The Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Memorial Schol-
arships were awarded during
a reception at the West .
Tampa Library in Tampa.
Jason Brown, Steven Eason
and Chelsea Rushing all
picked up scholarships.

Turner earns trip to D.C.
West Plant City Boys &
Girls Club Youth of the Year,
Jeremeterius Turner, was
rewarded last month with a
trip to Washington, D.C.
He was accompanied by
other young people receiv-
ing awards from their local
Boys & Girls Clubs, thanks to
the generosity of a Tampa
businessman David
Oellerich who donated
$2,000 to pay for the local
youngsters' travel expenses.
Jeremeterius was also
recently honored with a
$2,000 scholarship from the
Tampa Bay club and another
for $400 from Rotary of
This fine young man is
attending summer sessions
at Florida A&M University in

Photo courtesy of Fekete family
George Fekete recently took home the Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf Leadership Award.

Dr. Sanchez's family expands
Wedding blessings to Dr.
Alex Sanchez's granddaugh-
ter Julia Sanchez.
Many know Dr. Sanchez
for his many years as a
family practitioner in Plant
City. Julia is the daughter of
Alex's son, LDr. Alex F.
Sanchez of Mooresville, N.C.
The proud groom is Bradley
After a honeymoon to
Italy, the couple will settle in

Rotarians honor Martin
Tim Martin was recently
honored for his outstanding
service as president of
Rotary Club of Plant City
Daybreak Club.
Mike McMinn will follow
in Tim's footsteps as the new
president and continue the
worthy projects.
Under Tim's presidency,
every area fifth-grader in the
Plant City area became the
proud owner of a new

Purvis and Elsa
Local newlyweds might
want to give Purvis and Elsa
Ham a call. The couple
celebrated their 70th wed-
ding anniversary June 30.
They are both natives of the
Bonifay area and were
married there in 1936. They
came to Plant City in 1937. If
anyone knows the secret to a
long marriage, it's these two.

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

Photo courtesy of Plarit City Daybreak Rotary Club
Mike McMinn presents outgoing president Tim Martin, right,
with an outstanding service award.

Photo courtesy of Ham family
Purvis and Elsa Ham will celebrated their 70th wedding anniver-
sary June 30. They are both natives of the Bonifay area and were
married there in 1936. They came to Plant City in 1937.

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Steer Clear

No bull about it, the Univer-
sity of South Florida is getting
a real, live mascot. Appropria-
tely, it's a 3rahmain bull
named Rocky i;. Keeping with
USF's mascot, the bull.
-And when he', iot at games,
Rocky will be calling Plant City
If all goes as planned, the
distinctive steer .with thie long,
curly horns and hump should
make its way ointo the football
field for the 200'7 .eason.
The bullish idea was that of
John Massaro, who grew up in
Brandon and now owns
several Tampa area Beef '0
Brady's restaurants. A 1989
USF grad, Massaro said he's
always wanted to give back to
his alma mater in a big way.
When the university became a
member of the Big East con-
ference last year, Massaro
thought of the perfect way to
accentuate his school's
national image.
He was determined to get the
university a live mascot signify-
ing power and prestige, he said.
It's not a new idea. Other uni-
versities across the country
including the University of
Georgia (bulldog), the Univer-
sity of Colorado .(buffalo) and
the University of Texas (long-
horn) have live mascots.

"This will help build excite-
ment," Massaro said. "And it
will build tradition."
Massaro took the bull by the
horns, so to speak, contacting
Robert Newsome, a Riverview
cattle owner. Newsome agreed
to donate a bull if Massaro
could get the university to go
along with the idea.
"He just came up and intro-
duced himself," said News-
ome. "And I thought the idea
would legitimize the pro-
Massaro then told County
Commissioner Brian Blair of
his plans. Blair, who once had
the very same idea, was
quickly roped in.
"The animal is symbolic,"
Blair said. "It's part of the
game like the first pitch or the
cannon going off at Raymond
James when the Bucs score a
touchdown. Animals with
strength and power just ener-
gize the crowd."
But the pastures weren't all
green. The university liked the
idea but didn't want the
financial obligations that went
along with having a bull
After months of discussion,
they worked out an agreement
with USF President Judy Gen-
shaft whereby Rocky will serve
as the university's mascot but
the university will not be
responsible for his care or
The bull will be housed at
either Durant or Plant City
high school at a cost of $20 per

If all goes as planned, the University of South Florida will have a live Brahman bull as its mascot
by the 2007 football season. Below, Riverview rancher Robert Newsome, County Commissioner
Brian Blair and John Massaro, USF alumni and the owner of four area Beef '0 Brady's locations, are
providing the university with its first live mascot, a Brahman bull named Rocky.
day for feed, Massaro said. -
Most likely, students in the
FFA program will care for the
animal, sort of as a living
classroom project. ..' W
Blair said the program -.
would be financially self-suffi- ,
A nonprofit organization
most likely will be established .
to care for the animal, making -
fundraising tax deductible. 4
Photo opportunities, public ,' "
appearances, posters, cal- ..
endars and sportswear are
some fundraising possibilities," A
Blair said, adding Rocky will "' '
be a valuable marketing tool '
for the university.
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Bishop Franklin And Massalena
Echols: Greater Love Christian Center

Bishop Franklin Echols and his wife, Massa-
lena, work together to lead the Greater Love
Christian Center, 1109 N. Franklin St. They
share ministry as they share their marriage; it's
a partnership of grace. For more information
about the church, call 759-8270.
Q: Bishop, how long have you been in Plant
A: Eight years at this church. Previously, I
pastored at Bethel Baptist in Plant City. This
church was-the dream of six people meeting in
a parking lot in the rain, praying that God
would show us which way to go. The Lord said
"I did not tell you to leave Plant City."
Q: You lead the church together?
A: This is one of the things the traditional
church did not recognize. The Bible says,
"What God has joined together let no man put
asunder." It seemed like religion was putting
her in one place and me in another.

Q: Why "Greater Love"?

A: The name (comes from the phrase), "You
threw us out but God's greater love kept us." It
says we have no animosity, just love.
Q: What is your affiliation?
A: We're non-denominational.
Q: Where were you raised?
A: I was born 1939 in Carlton, Ga. My dad
came to Tampa to work the shipyards during
the war and I graduated Blake High School in
1957. Massalena Wilson and I grew up in the
same neighborhood and attended New Salem
Missionary Baptist Church. She went on to
Bethune-Cookman and worked as a teacher
and then a guidance counselor. Later she
became a licensed mental health therapist and
worked with The Spring several years.
Q: When were you married?
A: 1991. Between us we have five children, six
grandchildren and around 13 great-grandchil-
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Seriously, Don't Run Eyeglasses Through Mulching Cycle

I am honestly amazed at
how much I have grown to
depend on my prescription
glasses in the short 18 months
or so since I first put them on.
Last week my friend Bill
complained when his lens
popped out and I made the
tragic mistake of bragging
about how well I took care of
mine. I kid you not it was
barely more than 12 hours
before I destroyed them
completely. I achieved
dazzling new heights in the
"klutz" department by
managing to mow the frame
and lenses into about 143
small pieces. You'd think
something like that would
take a boatload of bad karma
to pull off, but it seemed to
come easily enough to me.
I had started my work early,
hoping of getting the grass
finished before the day
warmed up beyond reason.
My miserable mower, of
course, refused to start. The
intractable contraption had.
been playing dead for a
couple of months, but until

last week I always managed to
get it going with some kind of
a tweak, clamp, incantation or
well-placed kick.
No luck this time. I knew
the machine was beyond
reasonable repair so I ran to
Wal-Mart for a new "disposa-
ble" model. I was happy to
find a self-propelled device
for only $200.
Back home again I realized
I'd forgotten to buy oil, so I
yanked the cable on the old'
mower one more time just in
case. To my surprise it sputtered
to life. I didn't want to go
shopping again if I could avoid
it so I offered the lemon a
valedictory walk around the
garden so long as the gas lasted.
Normally I don't wear my.
prescription glasses to do
yard work, but I still had them
on my face and I wasn't about
to walk away from what may
well have been the last hurrah
for my old mower. Who knew
if the thing would ever start
again? So I stuffed the pre-
cious spectacles in my pocket.
Ten minutes later I discov-




ered my glasses were missing.
(This is where my wife would
like to say, "No duh!") With
the mower on life-support I
didn't want to shut it off so I
retraced my steps, cutting the
adjoining swath. The conse-
quent expensive crunching
sound was a good clue that
my ears are probably working
better than my eyes.
Have you ever seen a pair of
$400 glasses after they've been
through the mulching cycle? If
I'd have known earlier that

morning that cutting the grass
was going to cost by this point
more than $600 I'd have
purchased a nicer mower.
It takes, of course, several
days to fill a prescription for
progressive lenses. Mean-
while, I attempted to do things
like eating Italian food without
putting any on my shirt,
reading music while playing
the guitar in church, and
hitting a golf ball with the end
of a long, fast-moving stick.
All of the above activities
require a little something
called depth perception. The
golfing was especially amus-
ing. I alternated between
launching large divots of dirt
into the air, missing the ball
completely, and watching the
pesky thing skid sideways in
defiance of my besi intentions.
They say shooting your age is a
great achievement, but I think
the idea is to do it over a few
more than the first nine holes.
As if the glasses fiasco
wasn't enough I managed to
sprain my wrist preparing
pork chops Sunday night.

There's a limit, it turns out, to
how much weight can be
supported by the tendons tha
control the pivot.
Who knew cooking with an
iron skillet could adversely
affect my golf game like that?
Fortunately, I enjoy the
process of playing much more
than the results, so the only
real casualty turned out to be
my score. My playing com-
panions likewise labored in
comic futility, except without
the benefit of such compelling
By the time I picked up my
new glasses Thursday after-
noon I was more than ready
to see clearly again. It was a
good reminder that most of
the things we tend to be fuzzy
about only appear that way
because we are looking at
them through the wrong lens.
But more about that in
another column.

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

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Q: Bishop, where were you
A: I attended Morris Brown
in Atlanta for football and
music (cello). Then the Man-
hattan School of Arts and
Music in New York. I went into
the service and stayed 26 years
before retiring in 1981 as a first
sergeant in the special forces.
God called me to ministry in
1974. But I was a soldier and I
was really good at what I did. I
loved the military. Eventually I
went to Trinity University in
San Antonio. I got my doctor
of ministry degree at Union
Seminary. My wife got her
doctor of ministry and theol-
ogy degree at Blessed Hope
Bible College in Tampa.

Q: So education counts?
A: We never apologize for
our education, but it's worked
against us some of the time. I
think people fail to dream and
so they fail to achieve. We
cannot allow the lifestyle we
are living in to dictate our life
- people (are) whipped so long
and beat so hard and pressed
down so much that they fail to

Q: What encouraged you
A: The church. I was always
encouraged to be a doer. I
went to Bethune-Cookman
while Dr. Mary McLeod
Bethune was still there. That
was a wonderful experience.

Q: Bishop, what do you love
about Plant City?
A: I love the political system,
the mayor and the commis-
sioners. We are set in this
community where God would
have us. I believe we are the
church for this city. I know
that they will come as has
been prophesied.

Q: What will people find
A: Bishop: Bible-based, true
love for mankind and an abil-
ity to teach others.
A: Massalena: The only way
we know they are learning is
when we see change.

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Greater Love Christian Center in 1998.

Love's biggest challenge?
A: To obtain the confidence
of the surrounding commu-
nity. We are all individuals
and our ability to come
together is a gift of God only
through that one blood Jesus
Christ,-as we accept his teach-
ing. Can we forgive one
another and find out who we
really are?

Q: How does the world view
The world view is that
Christianity is something you
say but don't do. Christ's
interpretation of faith has to
do with relationships. We in
America do not -know what
Lordship really is.

Q: What gives you joy?
A: Massalena: Teaching;
seeing the light go on. When
we don't worry about num-
bers and let God work through
_what we have tremendous
things can happen.
A: Bishop: Coming here in
the early morning and walking
into this church. Just to walk
into this church and be able to
minister. And going in the
baptismal pool I love that
baptismal pool.

Q: Do you have a favorite
A: Bishop: "Shine on me, let
the light from your lighthouse
shine on me."
A: Massalena: "Higher

Q: Do you watch television?
A: Massalena: He likes to
watch National Geographic. I
like to laugh. Every night
before I go to bed I'm going to
have a good laugh.-

Q: Bishop, what are you
A: "The Power of Positive
Thinking" and "The Purpose
Driven Life." One of the great-
est inspirational books is
Oswald Chambers' "My
Utmost for His Highest."
A: Massalena: "A Savior
Worth Having," by Dr. E. V.

Q: Bishop, what's Plant
City's greatest challenge?
A: Removing walls. The
walls that divide community
life need to come down. We
need to build community.

Q: Would you both- like to
share a scripture?
A: Bishop: Psalm 27:1 "The
Lord is my light and my salva-
tion; whom shall I fear? The
Lord is the strength of my life;
of whom shall I be afraid?"
A: Massalena: Isaiah 6:8
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people filled Plant
City Stadium on
Independence Day
for the city's annual July 4th
Celebration. Organized by
the Plant City Recreation &
Parks Department, the Bill
Heard Chevrolet July 4th
Celebration featured live
entertainment, games for
adults and children and
plenty of food and drink.
The 25-minute fireworks
display was staged by Great
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This year's display featured
a special three-shell salute
to Todd Lewis of Lakeland.
Lewis, the crew leader at the
Plant City show in 2004 and
2005, was killed in a car
The fireworks were visible throughout Plant City. accident last October.


Randy Pritchard of Great Show
SFireworks, in the red shirt,
oversees the crew assembling
S" ': the fireworks.

At left, youngsters enjoy a bounce house. Above, always one of the most popular
city events of the year, the Independence Day party packed the parking lot at
Plant City Stadium. At right, the Plant City High School Junior ROTC was the
official color guard for the day. I


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Leo F. Switter Jr., 78, of Plant
City died June 26.
He was born in St. Paul,
Minn., and came here from St.
Paul in 1999.
He was a veteran of World
War II and a loan officer.
He attended St. Clement
Catholic Church, was past
president of the Holy Name
Society, a third-degree
member of the Knights of
Columbus and was a member
of Citizens Against Pornogra-
He is survived by his wife,
Veda; a son, Omma Nash of
Mulberry; two daughters,
Barbi Bartholomew of Bra-
denton and Beverly Donahue
.of Isanti, Minn.; a sister,
Jeanne Beckstrom of White
Bear Lake, Minn.; seven
grandchildren; and four great-
Wells Memorial Funeral

Marcus R. Inge Sr., 75, of
Plant City died June 25.
He was born in Tampa and
was a lifelong resident of this
He was a U.S. Air Force vet-
eran of the Korean War and
worked as a service tech n iciar .
for Suburban Propane Gas-.
Co. "
He was a member of Ahava .
Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, _
Peggy; four sons, Marc of
Crescent City, Calif., Mike of <
Clackmas, Ore., Randy of ca
Atkinson, Neb., and Samuel of <
Plant City; a daughter, Carol a
Willoughby of Plant City; two S
brothers, Garnet of Lanham, o
Md., and Earl of Rock Mount,
N.C.; a sister, Becky Harden of -
Williamson, Va.; 12 grandchil- .
dren; and 14 great-grandchil-
dren. 0
Hopewell Funeral Home.

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Macario Mendoza, 76, of >
Plant City died June 26.
He came here from Mexico
60 years ago.
He was an agricultural
laborer and attended St. Clem-
ent Catholic Church.
He is survived by his wife,
_Socorro; three sons, Antonio,
Ovidio and Maurilio; four
daughters, Irma, Hortensia,
Consuelo and Rosaelia; four
brothers, Aurelio, Valentin,
Dionisio and Manuel; a sister,
Marcrina; 18 grandchildren;
and six great-grandchildren.
Haught Funeral Home.

Alice L. Palmer, 75, of Plant
City died June 26.
She was born in Charleston,
S.C., and came here in 1958.
She was a seamstress.
She is survived by two sons,
David and Russell, both of
Plant City; two daughters,
Linda Ansell and Jennifer
Crowley, both of Plant City; 10
grandchildren; and 16 great-
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Robert A. Grace, 63, of Plant
City died June 27.
He was born in Enterprise,
Ala., and was a longtime resi-
dent of Plant City.
He was a barber.
He is survived by his wife,
Wanda; a son, Scott; two
See DEATHS, Page 23

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Summer break will fly by pretty quickly, so
get a head start on preparing your child for
the upcoming school year with:
Free shots for children grades K-12;
current shot record is required
Free school physical for first-time entry
into Florida schools
A parent or legal guardian must accompany
the child at all times. No sports, Head Start
or day-care physical are being offered.
Registration required, call (813) 754-4444.

HCC Plant City Campus
John R. Trinkle Center
1206 N. Park Road
Plant City, FL
Saturday; July 15
9am- 1pm

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Diabetes Education Support
For more information or to enroll,
call Lisa Finley at (813) 757-8202.
August 1
2 South Classroom
Cost: Free
SFree Blood Pressure Checks
No appointments necessary.
Every Tuesday, 1-2pm
Hospital Main Lobby
Bereaved Parents Support
Bereaved Parents of the USA will host
a support group meeting. There will
be times for mothers and fathers to
share together and separately.
4th Thursday of the month
Cafeteria Conference Room
Call Beth Tancredo at (813) 393-6577
or Anita Pippin at (813) 363-6973 for
this class only.

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

Basic Life Support for
Healthcare Providers
August 5, 9am- 1pm; New Certification Only
Community Conference Room
Cost: $30 (includes book and card)
Must register to attend. Pre-payment required.

Gain confidence with breastfeeding.
This education and support class
will help, whether you are currently
breastfeeding or planning to breastfeed.
Must register to attend.

(Maximum 10 participants)
July 31
Administration Conference Room
Cost: Free

Childbirth Preparation
This six-week course prepares
you and your partner for all phases
of labor and delivery. It covers
emotional issues, relaxation and
breathing exercises, and feeding
and caring for your new baby.
The sixth class contains information
previously given out during our
Baby Care Classes. Classes are held
once a week on Tuesday. Must
register to attend.

(Maximum 8 couples)
August 21 September 25
Administration Conference Room
Cost: Free

Infant & Child Car Safety
Four out of five car seats are
installed incorrectly. Is yours one
of them? Come find out.
Every Tuesday, by appointment only,
Community Health Resource Center
Hospital Main Lobby

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

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


Countryside Baptist
youth camp
Countryside Baptist Church
of Dover, 13422 Sydney Road
in Dover, still has places for
young people from sixth to
12th grade to attend a youth
camp in Pigeon Forge, Tenn.,
July 16-22. Call: 571-8200.

First Baptist offerings
The following events will be
offered by First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Mondays at 7
a.m. at BuddyFreddys.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Tuesdays at 7
a.m. at Fred's Market Restau-
Free classes for those who
have gone through a divorce
or are facing Sundays from 5
to 6:15 p.m.
July 24-28 "Space Quest"
backyard Bible clubs 6 to 8
p.m. These will be held in var-
ious locations throughout the
community. Call: 752-4104.
The School of Music and
Arts of First Baptist is also
offering summer music
classes. The classes are:
Come Blow Your Horn, an
instrumental workshop for
teens and adults will be offered
July 13-15, Thursday and
Friday evening from 6:30 to 8:
30 p.m. and Saturday from 9:30
a.m. to noon for $20 a person.
Call: 750-4878.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Church basketball games
Cedar Grove Baptist Church,
8201 Cedar Grove Church Road,
welcomes sixth- through 12th-
graders in the Keysville area to
play basketball Tuesdays from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Hot dogs and
drinks will be provided. Call:
Alan Hawkins,' 833-5794, or
Keith Carney Sr., 737-3357.

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119 N.
Gordon St., offers adult Sunday
school at 10 a.m. followed by
the 11 a.m. service and youth
Sunday school. Ongoing classes
are offered Wednesday morn-
ings and Thursday evenings.

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Also, a potluck dinner is offered
the first Sunday of every month
after the service. Call: 659-2624.

Ministry seeks donations
METS Ministries' New
Beginnings program is seeking
beds, couches and other
household items to assist
needy families. The ministry
also is in need of a truck to
facilitate pick up and delivery
of donated items. The ministry
is continuing its program of
offering clothes, nonperishable
foods, emergency shelter and
prescription drugs and is seek-
ing donations of riding mowers
for its lawn mowing program.


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=JULY 13, 2006 THE COURIER *15

All gifts are tax deductible.
Call: Edith Langston, 754-1096
or 759-0607.

Bible study at Trinity United
Trinity United Methodist,
402 W. English St., offers a
weekly Bible study course
every Wednesday morning at
9:30. Call: 752-9316.

First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church of
Plant City, 404 W. Reynolds St.,
holds Sunday school from 9 to
10 a.m. Sunday morning with a
worship service from 10:15 to
11:15 a.m. Communion is cele-
See OFFERINGS, Page 24




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Criminal mischief, 9:30
p.m., 1300 block West Risk
Vehicle theft, 10 p.m., 500
block Whitehall Street
Vehicle theft, 10 p.m.,
Whitehall and Victoria streets
Drug investigation, 11:23
p.m., 2500 block James L.
Redman Parkway and Charlie
Griffin Boulevard -
June 30
Vehicle burglary, 3:25 a.m.,
600 block Walter Drive
Criminal mischief, 7:13
a.m., Renfro and Evers streets
Criminal mischief, 3:30
p.m., 1900 block East Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Criminal mischief, 4:45
p.m., 900 block East Alabama
Vehicle burglary, 5:30 p.m.
400 block Kipling Court
Shooting, 9:55 p.m., 2800
block Brook Pine Court
Shooting, 9:55 p.m., 2900
block James L. Redman Park-
Shooting, 9:55 p.m., 2800
block Pine Court
Drug investigation, 9:58
p.m., 200 block West Alex-
ander Street
Criminal mischief, 10:30
p.m., 4700 block Hunts
Criminal mischief, 10:30
p.m., 4600 block Eastwind
July 1
Vehicle theft, 2 a.m., 100
block North Palmer Street
Drug investigation, 2:43
a.m., North Lake and East
Reynolds streets
Vehicle burglary, 7 a.m.,
1300 block East Calhoun
Grand theft, 8 a.m., 1100
block Old Moss Court
Residence burglary, 7 p.m.,
1500 block North Burton
Vehicle theft, 8 p.m., 3100
block Sammonds Road
Trespassing, 8:13 p.m., 900
block Loganderry Lane
Criminal mischief, 9 p.m.,

100 block Woodlawn Avenue
Battery, 11:05 p.m., 400
block Airport Road
July 2
Commercial burglary, 1:30
a.m., 1200 block Townsgate
Drug investigation, 1:37
a.m., South Gibbs and West
Grant streets
Grand theft, 6 p.m., 2900
block James L. Redman Park-

Drug investigation, 7:02
p.m.. South Alexander Street
and Sammonds Road
Drug investigation, 7:57
p.m.. 700 .block South Evers
Grand theft, 9:30 p.m., 2900:
block James L. Redman Park-
Criminal mischief, 9:30
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Photo courtesy of Diane Taylor
The Plant City Little League 9-10 all-stars crushed the competition at the District 4 tournament, outscoring Lake Wales and North
Lakeland 49-0 over three games. Coached by, in back, from left, Holly Arnold, manager Jeff Freeman and Clay Wycoff, Plant City
team members include, in front, from left, Amber Harwell, Cacey Simmons, Kristen Wyckoff, Avery Brown, Jordan Bowers and
Courtney Maxwell. In the middle, from left, are Brooke Freeman, Alex Arnold, Cheyanne Allen, Nan Lawson, Rachel Dwyer and
Stephanie Taylor. By winning the district title, the Plant City girls advanced to the Section IV tournament at East Bay Little League
in Gibsonton. They are scheduled to play on field 6 against the District 25 winners from New Tampa July 14 at 7 p.m.

Plant City Softball Girls Dominate At District Tournaments

So far, the only damage
done to Plant City softball all-
star teams has come off the
field. They hope to get back to
being the damage inflictors
this weekend during the Sec-
tion 4 tournament at East Bay
Little League in Gibsonton.
All three of the Plant City
district champs are in action
Friday night, playing against
District 25's champions. The
sectional tournament is a
round-robin event between
the winners of districts 4, 13
and 25. This weekend's

sectional champs advance to
the state tournament.
Plant City's Minor softball
(9- and 10-year-olds) team
swept through the district
tourney without the services
of Rachel Dwyer, who sprained
an ankle in a practice but is
slated to return this weekend.
"She really wanted to play
districts and was really
disappointed when she
didn't," said Plant City coach
Jeff Freeman. "I told her, 'Just
let's take care of the ankle, get
it right and have you ready for
Dwyer is one of the team's
top pitchers. Perhaps Free-
man knew that Plant City's
competition level in the dis-
trict event was not going to be
very high. Plant City won its

All-Star Baseball Teams May

Meet In District 4 Finals

Things may get a little tricky
for the Plant City Little League
Major all-star teams, both off
to a great start at the District 4
tournament in Lakeland.
Both the American and
National all-stars got off to 2-0
starts. The tricky part could
come when the clubs and the
chances of this happening are
strong have to play against
one another.
Both Plant City American

and Plant City National were
in action during winners'
bracket competition on Tues-
day night, and if they were
victorious would face off
tonight. A date in the champi-
onship finals would be at
The tournament was sup-
posed to start Friday, but rain
took care of that. On Saturday,
Plant City American got a per-
fect game from Andrew Love-
lace, who also had two hits at
the plate, in a 14-0 win over
Poinciana. Then Sunday, PC
American beat North Lake-
land National 5-1. Ricky Ferro

three games by a combined
total of 49-0. Every contest
ending after four innings due
to the mercy rule.
Plant City wrapped up the
district championship last
Monday night by beating
North Lakeland 17-0.
Friday night at 7 Plant City
goes up against New Tampa.
The loser of that game plays
Saturday (10 a.m.) against Dis-
trict 13 winner Bloomingdale.
Friday's winner will have the
advantage of a day's rest
before it plays Bloomingdale,
and will know the circum-
stances of what it will take to
advance to the state tourney.
If the Friday loser also falls
on Saturday, then the Sunday
game between the two 1-0
teams becomes the sectional


Oasis Auto Bath won the
Plant City Little League
machine-pitch city
championship. Coacheds
by Joel Long, Jim Koisa,
manager Mike Palestrini
and John Masson, team
members, in front, from
left, are Jonathan
Walker, Ethan Vaughan,
Nicholas Palestrinin,
Brett Becker, Miller
Masson and Bryan
Becker. In the middle,
from left, are Ryan Long,
Jacob Roberts, Cowboy
McHenry, Tyler Dixon,
Mavric Griffin and Jake

championship contest. Should
the Friday loser bounce back
to win Saturday, a possibility
of all three teams finishing 1-1
exists and the tiebreaker
would be fewest runs allowed.
"I'm very confident in our
chances," Freeman said.
"Every pitcher I brought in did_
a great job, and we're hitting
the ball very well."
The Major (11-12) softball
team also had a very easy trip
through districts. But on
Monday night, one of its play-
ers went through a drama that
makes a sprained ankle sound
Stephanie Nelson suffered
second-degree burns on her
hands and face after trying to
put out a fire in her home's
kitchen. Plant City Major

coach Andy Knotts said he
didn't have an immediate idea
on her odds of playing, but
will know more the day before
the sectional tournament.
"She has bandages on both
her hands so it's hard to tell,"
Knotts said. "She said 'I'm
gonna play Friday, coach,' but
we'll have to just wait and see.
If she can throw, she'll play."
Plant City starts off at 8 p.m.
Friday against Land 0' Lakes.
No surprise to Knotts and his
players, Bloomingdale is the
District 25 representative.
The Plant City 10-11 softball
team, which did not compete
in the district tournament
because no one else could
field a squad, starts off Friday
at 6 p.m.

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Lakers make nationals
The Plant City Lakers under-17 travel
basketball team qualified for the USSSA
national tournament in Fort Wayne, Ind.,
July 27-30. Led by several Plant City High
School basketball players, the Lakers4
qualified in part because of winning the '
USSSA Gainesville Stampede Shootout
and playing well at the USSSA state
championships, securing a seventh seed .
for the national event in Indiana. Coach
cover the team's travel expenses for the .
trip to Fort Wayne. To help, call Lamar at
285-6245. The Lakers, in front, from left,
are Byron Sanders, Justin Mixon, Anthony
Moore and Jerold Brown. In back, from
left, are Jerrod Williams, Timothy Lovett,
Reginald Billington, coach Lamar, Mar- I
quise Sanders, Terry Thompson and ...
Alexander Semple.
Photo courtesy of Plant City Lakers

Continued From Page 18

was the .winning pitcher and
added a double.
PC National began with an
8-0 shutout of Haines City.
Evan Bowles not only threw a
one-hitter, but belted a three-
run homer as well. Then
Sunday, National dominated
Lakeland City Tangerine 15-5.
Kyle Bowers hit a grand slam
and Austin Gilley and Brodie
Jacks added homers.
Tuesday's games were to pit
the PC American all-stars
against Lakeland City Orange,
while PC National was to take
on a strong Lake Wales team.
The winners advance to play

Thursday night at 7, and that
could be a Plant City vs. Plant
City game.
A loss Tuesday means a sig-
nificantly tougher road: need-
ing to beat two- teams out of
the loser's bracket, followed
by a third must-win against
the loser of Thursday winner's
bracket contest. That's just to
get a shot at beating the lone
unbeaten team twice in a row.
If rain does not wash out
any action,- the championship
game would be Saturday
morning at 11. The Major
tournament is going on at
Peterson Park.

Sectionals are next weekend
at East Bay.
Plant City National was in
the Minor (9-10) baseball
tourney until the very end,
losing a heartbreaker to host
Haines City on Friday night.
Plant City led 4-3 going into
the final inning with nobody
on and two outs, but Haines
City rallied for the 5-4 victory.
"We had our chances, but
I'm very proud of the kids,"
said Plant City coach Steve
Gude. "Haines City, it was like
playing ourselves. They
matched our pitching."
Jason Moldenhauer and

Dustin Lawson carried the
bulk of the pitching for Plant
City National.
"Dustin caught most of the
games and pitching; we could-
n't have asked for anything
more. Jasonwas phenomenal,"
Gude said. He added that Trey
Matthews, a 9-year-old,
"played like a 10-year-old."
PC National won its first two
games by a total of 39-0 before
running into Haines City last
Wednesday, losing 8-5..
That sent PC National into
the 'loser's bracket, where it
easily defeated Auburndale
11-1 to advance to the final.

Plant City, though, needed to
beat Haines City twice to take
the district championship.
Had it held on for the first vic-
tory, a deciding game would
have been forced.
In the Junior tournament at
Lake Wales, Plant City Ameri-
can lost its opener to North
Lakeland 9-6, but fought back
to beat Lakeland City Orange,
14-7, and win a 3-2 thriller
against Lake Wales on
Monday. That landed PC.
American in a rematch with
North Lakeland on Tuesday,
with the winner needing to
beat Haines City twice.

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The open house, a partner-
ship with the Tampa YMCA,
will provide information for
individuals and families
interested in learning more
about foster and adoptive
parenting, as well other ways
to change the life of a foster
child. There will also be an
opportunity to meet and
speak with a current foster
Plant City's Karen and Terry
Joiner adopted a brother and
sister last year after fostering

the two for two years. It's a full
household. In addition to the
two new children, the couple
have one child of their own
and five other foster children.
S"It takes- a lot organization
and patience, but fostering
can be very rewarding. It's
giving these kids a chance for
a normal life," said Karen
"Here they are guided and
corrected, but we also allow
them to just be kids, some-
thing many of them have
never had a chance to be
"It's a huge need in our
community," said Scott War-

ren, executive director of the
Plant City YMCA.
"There are a great number
of kids in eastern Hillsborough
County who need help. We
need more families to open
up their homes and their
Hillsborough Kids Inc. is a
nonprofit organization that
administers the foster care
program within the county. It
works to find foster and adop-
tive homes for children that
have been abandoned, abused
and/or neglected.
For more information or
event details, call 643-5437 or
call the YMCA at 757-6677.

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daughters, Tammy Smalley
and Rhonda Moran; one
brother; two sisters; six grand-
children; and three great-
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Maxine Hawkins Gupton,
78, of Plant City died June 29.
She was a lifelong resident
of Plant City and was a house
mother at Florida Southern

Continued From Page 9
Rocky is a purebred, regis-
tered gray Brahman bull calf
born Feb. 16, weighing 120
pounds. His life expectancy is
15 years and he will weigh
about 2,000 pounds when full
grown. He will continue to live
on Newsome's pasture until
next year.
Rocky will be halter trained
to become accustomed to
being around people and will
be handled by a trainer so he's
safe around crowds, said
The American Brahman
Breeders Association also has
agreed to sponsor the bull.
"I could never afford to give
the university what the bull
can provide," Massaro said.
"I've got school pride, and I
never dreamed I'd be where I
am today because of it."

She attended Springhead
Baptist Church.
She is survived by a son,
Steve of Plant City; a daughter,
Patsy Hall of Plant City; four
grandchildren; and four great-
Wells Memorial Funeral

Erla R. Conley, 84, of Plant
City died July 1.
She was born in Greenbrier
County, W. Va., and came here
from Ohio 15 years ago.

"I think this will help put us
on the map," said Blair.
"People will be talking about
it, and they will go absolutely
wild. It'll be pandemonium."
Rocky will be introduced to
the public at USF's first home
football game. Blair, a former
professional wrestler, has
invited wrestling buddy Terry
"Hulk" Hogan and his
daughter, Brooke, to sing the
national anthem at the game.
Blair said the idea of the bull
as a mascot is all about show-
manship, something his wres-
tling career taught him.
"It's like Wrestlemania with
93,000 people watching, being
in the ring wearing modified
underwear. It's always fun and
interesting finding out how to
give people their money's
worth," he said.

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She worked as a cashier and
attended Antioch Church of
She is survived by a son,
Orville "Butch" of Pedro,
Ohio; three daughters, Geor-
gia Porter of Wildwood, Bar-
bara Dickess of Kitts Hill,
Ohio, and Nila Fliehman of
Greenbrier County; a sister,
Anna F. Bennett of Havana,
Ark.; nine grandchildren; 17
great-grandchildren; and
three great-great-grandchil-
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brated the first Sunday of each
month. Call: 752-4211.

Hope Lutheran services
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 N. Park Road, has a
summer worship schedule.
The times are: worship at 9:15
a.m.. and family Bible hour at
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Continued From Page 5
at 10:30 a.m. at the
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1003 S.
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PCHS Class of '76
The Plant City High School
Class of 1976 plans its 30th
reunion July 21-22.
Information: 754-0930 or

Cedar Grove celebrates
99 years.
Cedar Grove Baptist Church,
8201 Cedar Grove Baptist
Church Road, plans its 99th
homecoming with a pork and
chicken dinner July 22 at 5:30
p.m., followed by gospel music
featuring Gulf State Quartet
from Bowling Green, and local
church talent. Call: 737-1234.

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Eastside Baptist Church
Eastside Baptist Church,
1318 E. Calhoun St., offers a
Sunday Bible study from 9:30
to 10:30 a.m.; morning worship
at 10:45 a.m. (with Children's
Church) and evening worship
at 6 p.m. There is a Bible study
for all ages on Wednesday from
6 to 8:30 p.m.
Call: 754-2681.

ciation Southern National
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14U is set for July 28-30 at the
Randy L. Larson Four Plex,
1810 E. Park Road. Girls fast
pitch teams from the
Southeast region will be com-
peting for two positions at the
Championship finals. Open-
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at 7 p.m. with games starting
July 28 at 9 a.m.
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contact Carlton Benton at
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enrolling students for fall 2006.
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Charlie Griffin Road, offers a
state-subsidized pre-kinder-
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traditional preschool program.
Both programs are half day
and begin Aug. 3. All classes
have a teacher for every 10
students. Call: 759-9383.

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Chamber of Commerce will
present the 2006 New Teacher
Coffee Aug. 1 at 7:30 a.m. in
the Exhibition Hall on the
Florida Strawberry Festival
grounds. Donations are being
accepted to-defray the cost of
the breakfast buffet to
welcome new teachers to
Plant City area schools for the
2006-07 school year. Call: 754-

PCHS Class of '61
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ion Aug. 5 at Walden Lake-
Country Club. Call: Virginia
Griffin, 752-4926.

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Winter Visitor's Center, 304
Dort St. Call: 752-7409.

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Doier. S. Doi er Rd & Dou ning it.
(l/en chapel 1109 f. laura St.
sI nt Olitei: 1113 If: tadi son t
Mount Oi/ie. Horlon Rd., "3' 2628
.lsamblea .postolica.
1501 (olson Rd, j- 196
.Ipos/olk ( hurch of .less (hrist-
1212 If ReMw-nolds. i"-5130

.bu andui lije: Pinerrest Rd,.
lithia. 685-1240
Bethany 980-i Harnei Rd,
thonotowassa. 9860I -i
(alhar' Fellou ship:
I11l0.. 6ordkin St.. '52-5005
(Cristian life.Lqsembly:
312I 5..t miller Rd.. 165". -802
Doaer First. SR 5" I C Pettie Rd,
lail h emple- 1-4 at HilLsbonmgh-Polk
t omn> line. '52-0532
laid't ltghlhouse:
3.iiI R9 -". I2-1 1.
Fi,/ Plant (ih
( a/ilie Griffin Rd.
U of R 39 5. -52-33J51
Fort Itaiiaf ( inr-r o/f Soith // l/. 39
, tuilles. Rd. ".'--1656i
Sfi r ile- SR W 6-. "3"-. t40
fount lion.
I 4 at lwiuolmoassa Rdi. "52-1614
Pleasant ri lurkri. (reek RIt, -3 -ji29
I hlton Worship (lenti:
(ouii th line Rd. i.-6 O
Sidnei. didnue Rd. I /10mi I
of Siduis -DoitriRd. ti9-05.32
lnd.e'. (revk
lurkte (trek i. "id. 5"-2
.ihai a: irer l.( rwck Ral.
\.tlI NRu. '"j .i-'.<..9
.ltkfia Baptist- 222 la' li (innrch Rd,.
4nti ch: Horton ARd. "-.3240
Bferea: R 395 '"3' 1232
Bethany. (ork Rd. -52-.9209
Bethel. .04 LW. Rvnftro /. 54-224'
Berilah. Allen & (moinh line Rd.
lilhia, "'"--!122
Bible. (/arlie Grifin Rd.
Buiinbood lemple: [h-li Dr &
SR 5'". '52-3"'82
tal an' Free Will:
1539 frapnell Rd F.
(edar 6voie. f Ker ,a1Ille Rd.
centrall of llthia:
Pine rest 6 KI sriille Rd
(hurrh on the Rock-
3OI I iLsolbm k. "52-3".'i
(cnmunill.t Chrislian:
1311, Shannon Aie. "54-5383
(nmssnuis: SR .9 ). Pinecrest,
" ".1211
Country side Baptist Chunrh..
133.22 Srdnt lRd.. 5-1..-2tI
Dom er First. ,. (6alliaher Rd.
Fastsie.. 1318 F Callhoun t1.
hlat T4/onotosas. Itcilto,l
- Knights-6riffin Rd. 986--4i3i
Faith leimple Primilite:
U8S If. iWa.hlnlton 51. "51.6661
First Baptist churchh of lhin ar':
Mtiduai Rd, "52--209
First Baptist lithbia.
InterseitHon of SR 19 6
lilhia-Pinecrest Rd. "J' 121
fir.l Plant (iih':
5( %5 Palmer, -52-.i-/
Fint Thomolosa&a .lisstonan':
tMcnlosh Rd. 986-4i-56
Ilarmonr Baptist Chuinh:
6008 U. Knights Griffin Rd. 986-'165
Hopeuearer. 56"-5548
Hopeuell/: 5R39 S. "3"-3053
knights: Paul Buchman thu.

leiminon. Branch forbes Ril.
lone Oak: lone Oak Rd, "5i- 528"
itaitl Itoriah Freeu ill.
uarrwn John.wmson t. "54-439'"
ltount Iorkth lF-eeunill:
20J2 (olson Rd. J-I490
lount nOlie- 604 If. Ball St.
Seu Hope Freetull
Baptist Cbhurch
310/ S1dne' Dover Rd.. Doier
\en lit. Zoin Freeillt:
3041 Daniels aR. "5-2-3.985
I'00 \. Franklin t. "52-.2''9
ak kncod: .lirpol Rd. "52-5499
Plant Cit' Primitire.
509 V. Frers St. '5 F-3261
Pleasant (6rne First:
furker (reek Rd, "J'-2556
Shilob Baptist Church:
905 W Terrace Dr.. '"4--445
Sprinlhead: S. Wiggins Road.

St lIke .lLssionan.:
108 5. arnell St. "51-499.2
51. Ifarr' s reeu ill-
Hunter & LIalen St. "75 68 5.3
SItlvin' Ilissionar
I8t1 14 ?. R60E.. "'"-30f.5
St. Mtary'< (onmimnth (hatih:
90" I. Lmtra it. "5t-1616
idnel 1510 t re Rd. ,59-1502
Turket ( rek tfe uninuntil
BapltIt (bun h
i-'" furkew (reek Rd.
lurkei (rcek Filst:
frapnell Rd. "52.'."0O
I ctorn .tlisstonar. Ilaki Rd
iWehome Baptist. iI 3, Helconme
(hnrr' 1 18131- "3.22&A.
iile.idde- 51i If iranfliehlt ie.
,52-1 50
ihhleuiiirs Rl: 90111 Ilhiebultl Rd.

little I nin: 1551' mount Rd 19.
tlhia. .63{-'"54
alemnt Primlitie
114Wi2 Sdlemtr I arh Rd.. Sidne'

S. ICehment. I11- \ tiexander St.

S. W ilder Ri- 9.38 Wilder Rd,

Cork: (ork Road. "52 1521
laura 51: 1110 iaura St.
Springhead- Ifiggins Rd. "'5-1485

nUsopl.., oI Cnrii:lI
First: 2108 mhonolosassa Rd.

cornerstonee (hrislian:
.lnctlolsh Rd. .of S'R 5"'

Venu (Grate: 1214i E aura St


(alian' (ommunih
5209 Smithl-Rals/ Rd
Doier Doiuanaihtg St. 659.29(0
Plauintl t Il: 2103 Iudlake RiL "52-4i91l
Furkel' (reek: furkes (reek Rd
at SR 60. "3". 1331
1 .02.. parlor Rd. 986-1916

iAnd r'rc., Inlirij l, i
Kingsuar firl.S 2818 Klugsmal i..
Seffner. 65"-'500
Plant (tih: (race fellow ship
"J.4Asobnw" k St. 36/18190
First- .. Gordon and Baker St.
"52 6-138
Gospel Tabernacle: .llen & Haines Slt

it. Peters: W01 Camr St.

lDestli (hannb ol Plant (it-
1112 \. wheeler St..

Deliteramn,' abernmcle:
808 IT. ,rant St.
ReJuge fhurcb of Our lord:
'28 iu. Ball S.

Full Gospel labernatle-
2311 Snmmonds Rd. "'5. 4. 13
Resloratton o etubhlw:
Iti00 lfrers S
F-angelists /orjesis [abernarle.
SR 5"i. F. of Doer. 659-0102

(alman' (/iapel Plant Cih'-
1310.1ortlh hannan ite. 89201510
(bristian 6n ltI, te/rr.
I110 \. Shannon. '"9.29099
(o enantl Bibleh (hunrch
1405 E umlin St. II.1.3
Deeper life felloihliip-
(orilia Rdl. If of SR39,A.
RPeri ial llutreaih (enter:
225 5. lhn er Rd il. 1225ft

Ainidlum Hall: 3202 At e.

(inurb i/.le a., Iti-t HIS.
160li5 Park l Ri., ".32 364

Hope t3FMS: 20l I'ark Blid, "i52.-622
lIrd o/l ile tIl.
210t Iiud lake Rd. '52.-064

Plant (it1 (ommunitih
(Ihun'h t bhe .\a-arene
21402 1udlake Road, -52.-"863

full G6ospel Fellon ship-
-. Iklin liAe
Full gospel labernacle-
2311 SannmoniA Rd. "54-3813

greater lot e (hriian Center:
1109.A. Franklin St., 59-82'0
Impact Famili Ionrship (enter.
Slteels atl effiner lementlar
School, 65'" 9!4
Auinos International
(Jureb of Florida-
902 E. Renjb )St. "6--0929
fampa Bible fellowship:
10201 F. Hlillsloamigh .1t e, 5i-26"
Inih' (hrist (burrb
1911 i Ganoilm St. 659 2621
louninmns Praise and lorswip tenter-
I.S. 92E

Iuh Pmroterton orthodoxx Churrh.
38211 Iloores Iak- Rd. Doiner, 659-012.5

Greater heights family
worship (enter.
.301 lemons Rd. 5t "088
liI ing ula S flouirsquare
(Iu-anh. 6012 lirs St., "59-0528
,\en HItpe Iorship (enter.
801) H. ha/bonei it. "5"-6123

Dorer: .oore's Lake6 H& olines
Church Rd. 659-1301
(hurh ofth-e IhiIng (,Md:
1102 [i'er SI, '5i-5840)

fi angelical Plant (it'.
110" Charlie griffin Rd "59-9383
First Pressinterian Plant (Uv:
04 Ii. Remnolds St. "'52-211

salk itilth (od.iinstirs.
15140 S 5R". Diner. 6590.930

Plant Lhi: 2203 traiuberr' Or,

'Iff I 'Single .gain fello.wsnp &
hEatgelismn")M 11 oulh Wiggins Rd..

first: 103 If. Johnson Rd.

SI. Mark united C(ihrti
291l Rd. lalrho.

Cork: 415 It. Sam llen Rd.
Dot er First: IIoore s bike Rd at
Ifellolil tT It, h Rd. 59. I tl 5
first Plant (it .1.0 \ I i-en it.

Grate- 1801[ (hienm t59 .3"I
uwnet H/erghts: aidler Dr. "5-12441
prinighead. 42315 j5parknain Rd.
"*52. T51
51. luke. i')9 l. laura 51. "5" W051
Iownolosasa: Fort Khinl Hir at
Iistllefne Oir. 986-"135
Irlnihi Plant (it"
I2 F InI lil' 'it. "52.'-9 t

taillih fllreaith (utTr of Phuil (ith
Hit Plant i Ith lamnpu .
.lulm R irinhkle Buildinu
120 \lorilh Park Rd.l "i9.923

Trinity United
Methodist Church
402- bi l hSt.
Plant Ciriv

Pastor's Message 7/16/06
"(an You Believe This?"

For inspiring, meaningful
and practical worship.
join us Sunda)
10:30 am

For more
information call




Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunda-y 5 at 9-00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10" 15 a.m. and 6:00 p.m
Tuesday 6:30pm
Wc'rr-en's Scrapbooking Club -
Wednesday Worship 6-15 p m
Aciivrites for Children
& Students 6-00 p m.
905 W. Terrace Dr. f ur..T,,,, .,

St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass:
4pm Engiishr, 6:30prr Spanish
San Jose Mission
3224 San Jose Mission Dr
fr iln .:.1 57 :'.:.. r
Sunday Masses
7 ri .&10 30an', Engiisr
8:30am & 7pm Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City. FL 33563
Ori 1 4 e.i, 1 ':".ju yu
St. Clement Preschool
Accepring ages i.:, 5 years old
ils .i54-1237 or sil3478-1185

First LUnited

Church of
Plant City
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3505 Lone Oak Road. Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 10 00 AM
M.orningWorship 11.00A.M.
Evening Worship 6 00 PM.
Wednesday -Adult & Youth Miniutries
7 00 P.M.
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor

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fer. 813-478-5270 8-52. 9720/937-2284 Larry & Equip. hand raised w/ love, male 4 months. Paid $600. Icl, spay, shots,
Pioneer (800)668-52. Health certs.8 wks old $1600, sell for $1000. h/c, microchip ed. Pup
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whis, cft os" $1-877-850-6781 sed PAID for WATCHES series ees ae. Serouser mu-ea s, now M & F, papers. $700-1500. Birds & All Your
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with quilted top. new officefurniture. Chairs, cell(808)778-7334 Puep.Ready to Go. $2,0 uhog,,40hp diesel, low
$115. Also barely used cubicles, files, etc. High on a new recipe in 239-265-4703hrs reatcond.$4500
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2 br, 2 ba. intercoastal
condo with deeded boat
slip, fully furnished,.
2006 PT beach cruiser
with acceptable offer
by 7/31/06 $589,000 Call
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San Seair Realty Inc.

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PLANT CITY inside city
limits 2 lots for sale
near elementary school.

((Homes with Acreage))
NEW 4br/3ba/3cg
From $296,986
Includes 1 acre lot.
Immediate occupancy

(. Acreage ))
30 50 acres, in N. FL.,
paved road, 4-bd fence,
Ig oaks, pecan & pas-
ture, 15 mi S Lake City.
Suanee Cty $9500/acre
obo 386-935-9206

HERNANDO Co., 285 acs,
mi of Ik frontage, $40K/
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175 $25K/ac. will not di-
vide Grimaldi Comm Re-
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$209,900. 8+Acres Di-
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$119,900. Located Mi-
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Private gated communi-
ty. Miles of Bridle
trails, Rec. area, Fishing
& Boating. 877-JRC-
LAND Florida Land &
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side Realty @ (423)626-
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TAINS Free Information
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Mountain Properties
Spectacular Views Cab-
ins, Homes, Creeks & In-
vestment Acreage Ap-
palachian Land Co. 1-
800-213-7919 Murphy
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GA Land-3-15ac wooded
tracts, No restrictions on
County rd- starting at
$2950/ac also 14ac with
3ac lake with restrictions
Call Owner 912-529-6198
TAINS. Land, Homes,
Commercial & Invest-
SOLD" Jane Baer Realty,
(706)745-2261, (800)820-
7 8 2 9
cluded 3-20 acres.
Paved roads, Hard-
woods & pines. Middle
GA area. Starting
$2950/acre. (Special -
Also, 14 acre tract w/3
acre lake $4950/acre.)
Owner 912-529-6198

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5000sq.ft. country style Cabins. E-Z to finish Top Acreage 5+/Acre
4BR/3.BA home on 25 2&3 Bedrooms Chalets Homesites w/Million $
beautiful acres. Hard- on 1-2 acre sites. View. Surrounded by
wood floors, ceramic $89,900-$139 ,900. Par- Tall Shade Trees & Riv-
tile, inground pool, cels available from 1-7 er Access. $39,900
large stocked pond. acres w/million $$$ Owner Financing 772-
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GEORGIA Say goodbye 24781 VA MOUNTAINS 5 acres
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bor Homes deed- Log Cabin fishing, canoeing, good
restricted community $109,900. E-Z to finish 2 access, near New iver
just 40 miles north of story home, paved ac- Trail State Park,
the Florida line, conven- cess.Won't last! $39,500. Owner
gently, located $ Financing 828-256-1004 ... (866)789-8535
15 minutes between f
Thomasville & Moultrie NC MOUNTAINS RIVER M.
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acre land/home pack- cess, close to WIS T nline Mextc
ages, plus all improve- whitewater rafting, hik- North Carolina, North
ments. Starting at ing trails. Only$49,900. Georgia Real Estate
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w Ceocot Meadows r 800-438-8621 om Hom es cabins
-* (800)964-9179 land, rentals. "Best in-
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14,900 or $900/down, ond home with electrici-
$159/mo. 5Acres- NEW TO MARKET! w 100% financing.
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m $269,900 2+ Acres some deer & turkey
Homesite-$119,900 Lo- hunting. $1,600/ac for
KENTUCKY Murray, cated minutes from all! Call Owner 270-556-
192ac. Rolling hills, doowtown Jacksonville, 3576
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tub, wd firs, waterfront, town Perfect getaway!
boat house, great Owner terms.W ill not -
views, N. GA Mtns on last! 877-892-5263
Beautiful Lake Burton,
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scott ceptional cabin, . 3bed/3bath, hardwood
CENTURY 21 Poss RIty. floors, high ceilings,
Call for brochure on wrap around deck, 1 Weh
lake & mtn property many windows to view
the wildlife, in log cabin MANUFACTURED
LAKEFRONT PREDEVEL- development stocked
OPMENT OPPORTUNI- lakes, hikin trails, near HOMES
T. Y town. MLS#122599- $294,000. Anne
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N.C./GEORGIA Mountain area golf courses. nt
Vacation Special Call State parks waterfalls Lots for Rent
now for our vacation nearby. 866-800-4609
special! World's great- TURKEY CREEK, no pets,
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starting at $39,900. acre Homesites at Intro- st+last + deposits.
Land/.og home pack- ductory prices. Deed re. Need refs. 813-737-1844
age kit $79,900. Water- stricter comm. w/parks
falls, creeks, rivers, & lakes in beautiful -_
lakes, limited availabili- Cumberland County.
ty. 1-888-389-3504 x600 Wooded, rolling hills, &
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NC LAND: 36 acs,$109K. nancing, low down pay- M
Near 60,000 acre Kerr ment. Call for informa- s.. -
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Woods, fields, creek. ;
Pics: 919-693-8984 or K 1 [ TENNESSEE. ~
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long waterway, dock, Properties. 600+ Acres; : -
fish, ducks, deer. Tracts, 5 Acres & up. 4 _
$304,990. Also: 36acs., 3 miles from 1-24. Gated ,, -
mile treetop view, & secluded! Gorgeous ,:1 _
$109,990. 60,000 acre bluff & creek. Wooded a' l; S,
Kerr Lake nearby. 919- lots. George,
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2ba, with assigned boat lake in park, CHA Trailer, fully loaded, 3 19 1999 Maxum sions Used & Rebuilt- ri ga07ed785445 tion, newr tires, recent 8137752 7186
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BRANDON area, brand Hauler. Ccmatzed ga- 19' 2001 SeaRav Sun- chrome (Boss.) G ood blue met. Exc cond. Bellair, 2dr, no Researh o nation.
new luxury 3br./2ba. DAYS-INN Plant City rage, BD iving room, Deck 220hn w/85hrs year Wrangser H tires. $11,995 727-560-9461 haveHcash. 941-966-1628 tans ou. 'Please cal R
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75 and crosstown. Inci availabilty 813- 40 2-bedroom CARRIAGE --9490 Exras! TRANSMISSIONS ReBuilt 6Oi207e o co st w- -1owm3-- ., has every up-
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deposit 954-818-3777 furn/unfurnished, wkly/ 9-. l ep fi0 tp, Floor 3 Spd w/OD 800U 2 n07 UR /Tow An8 M riv gret m2pg100kmL$5,960/
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upgrades. 983atea coin- 2cartgar.ommon rtrade813-.653-95 Satwa5er series. Load- a2/c strongmtr'$3500 an all ower, AnaR'r bl eautiTul cold AC, green, san, hiymainained. $9,00.
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remo delAI O, b nd new sell, B awy inq $2 00 Cusr dual ms fly a 0ell B0e 93k AWe, new tires, ti,
br, 2ba, appliances, Brge cfomi Palm Harbor, A pre- '$900 0 Runs Great! $17,000.
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6,3 35'eym 1999 WORKBAg kltyan vead oard, sion, 1l9k ml, 4.9L, runs Purple Only 1350 I R' Deville exc. conddM Fully Edition. Mintdcondition 0smpug/hwy.$22493'
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813-298-0492 Iwa the extrasbeaut. 310 mndancr, twin 350 --1267ng1396-80. Cl 8 5 VOLVO 1994 940 gas say-
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