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in the

Choirs from Trapnell,
Lincoln Academy,
Bryan and Robinson
take stage at Kids

Courier reporter
George H. Newman
takes a trip up north
and meets a few
family ghosts along
the way.


Library hosts first
of 5 programs
on the changing face
of Florida.

The Plant City Pumas
take on international
soccer star Carlos
Valderrama and the







A shelter for homeless women. Penny's Angels is facing a hard time right now, s
founder Penny Simmons. "We are two months behind on the electric, phone an
bills. It's a hard a time as we have every had." There are currently seven women
four children living at the home which Simmons started in January after she wa
inspired by God, she says,

Angels' Need Merq

Sitting at the side of a road in Plant
City at 5 a.m., Jennifer thought her next
stop was a coffin.
Six months earlier she had a job, a
home, a car, a life. A crystal metham-
phetamine addiction took all that away.
"Inside, I was almost dead."
Then she called Penny Simmons, a
family friend, who took Jennifer into her
home and helped her start a long road to
"Penny brought me into her home
and saved my life," Jennifer said. "She
later told me 'I think the Lord wants me
to start a home for girls like you.'"
Today, more than a year later, Jennifer
has a job and her own apartment.
"I graduate from a drug rehab pro-
gram next month," said the smiling 33-
year-old, sparking sustained applause
from the more than 100 people who
gathered at Shiloh Baptist Church Sept.
15 to help raise funds to support Penny's
A shelter for women, Penny's Angels is
based in a five-bedroom, two-bathroom
house in Plant City owned by the
Simmons family. Catering to single
women and those with children, it has
helped 15 women turn their lives around
since the doors opened in January.

4th Arrest

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Plant City police have arrested a fourth per-
son in connectionwith the death of Jose Anaya,
who died from injuries he sustained in an Oct. 9


"We take from women suffering from
alcohol or drug abuse, domestic abuse
or who are homeless," Simmons said.
"We talk to them beforehand and make
sure they are serious about changing
and attending church. Sometimes it's
just a matter of showing these women
some sisterly love. A lot of these women
have never been loved and it makes a
big difference."
Being a good Samaritan isn't cheap.
Simmons and her husband, John, spend
between $800 and $1,000 a month to
keep the shelter running.
"A lot of these women come here with
nothing," Simmons said.
But the reward is something she can't
put a price on, Simmons said.
"I thought I couldn't get any closer to
God, but I have and iny heart has gotten
bigger and I know we are doing the right
thing by the changes I see in these
Building the shelter was no easy task,
said Joe Bowls, Simmons' pastor at
Shiloh Baptist.
"There is so much involved in starling
something like this." he said. "but I
don't know anyone more in tune with
helping others than Penny." .
One of those she helped recently is
Pamela, a Plant City native who also
became hooked on crystal meth.
"It only took a few months for me to
lose everything," said Pamela. "My
family tried to help me, but it wasn't
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home invasion.
Lewis Lee, 19,
709 S. Marshall
St., Plant City,
was arrested
by detectives
Oct. 19. He is
being held at
the Orient
Road Jail, said
police spokes-
man Sgt.
James Shultz.
Lee was
charged with
murder, five
counts of
armed rob-

"The suspects
forced their way
into the victim's
home and struck
them with hand-
guns and hammers
while taking their

Plant City Police Department

bery, four counts of aggravated battery and
armed burglary of a dwelling.
Anaya, who died Oct. 11 at Tampa General
Hospital, was one of five people who were
attacked at 1504 E. Laura St. about 3:20 a.m. by
four men armed with handguns and hammers,
Shultz said.
"We believe the motive in the home invasion
to be robbery," Shultz said. "The suspects
forced their way into the victim's home and
struck them with handguns and hammers
while taking their money." All the victims were
taken to area hospitals for treatment, Shultz
"All of the surviving victims have been
released from the hospital and are expected to
make full recoveries," Shultz said.
Also arrested and charged with first-degree
murder in the case were Justin Jerrod Grayer,
19, no known address; Dominick Levoah
Fletcher, 19, 3209 Laurel Lane, Plant City; and
Robert Tellis Young, 20, no known address.

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until I let go and let God help
me that things started to
Pamela, who was also
homeless, took her first steps
to recovery at Hillsborough
House of Hope, a Christian
halfway house for women in
"Pam is a Plant City girl.
She wanted to go home, but I
didn't know of anywhere to
send a a recovering woman,"
said Linda Walker, a
counselor at Hillsborough
House of Hope. "I prayed and
then we heard about Penny's
Angels. I thank God for
Penny's Angels."
Pamela spent six months
living at Penny's Angels.
Today, she has her own
apartment and a job. She's
also consulting a lawyer about
regaining custody of her
"Penny opened her heart
and her home to me after just
talking to me a couple of
times on the phone," Pamela

said. "It was wonderful."
People like Pamela reflect
the changing face of the
homeless making places like
Penny's Angels more impor-
tant than ever, said Sharon
Johnson, operations manager
at Lighthouse Ministries, a
faith-based rescue mission
for the homeless based in
"There are now more and
more women and children
out there who are homeless
that's why we need places like
Penny's Angels," Johnson
Shiloh Baptist recognizes
that need and will be making
a donation to Penny's Angels
part of its budget, said Pastor
Bowls, who encouraged
others to do the same. "We all
buy lots of things that we later
sell off at yard sale six months
later, when we could be
investing in people. I think a
donation to Penny's Angels is
money well spent."
For more information on
Penny's Angels or to donate,
call Simmons at 997-0668 or
Shiloh Baptist at 752-8345 or

KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
Diners bow their heads in prayer during a barbecue dinner fundraiser at Shiloh Baptist Church for
Penny's Angels earlier this year.

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Junior Royalty Pageant
registration Nov. 7
Registration for the Straw-
berry Festival's Junior Royalty
Pageant, open to young girls
between 5 and 15, is set for
Nov. 7 at the new Expo Build-
ing on the Strawberry Festival
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m.
and close at 7.
Parking for the event will be
on the north side of the admi-
nistration office.
The competition will take
place Jan. 6 at Tomlin Middle
Contestants will be judged
on personality, overall appear-
ance, natural beauty and
Questions regarding the
pageant may be directed to
chairwoman Donna Keel, 754-
6939, or co-chair Krystal
Almon, 759-2827.

Business of the Year
awards on tap
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce will
host its Business of the Year
awards banquet Nov. 2 at 6:30
p.m. at the Ramada Planta-
tion House, 2011 N. Wheeler
"Plant City ... The Right
Place, The Right Time, The
Right Choice" is the theme for
this year's banquet.
The finalists for the awards
Growing Business (one to
five years in business): Boggs
& Butcher Engineering LLC; In
the Field Hillsborough's
Agriculture Magazine; Mag-
.nolia. Construction andL Real
Estate Inc.
Small Business (one to 15
employees): Central Florida
Custom Homes Inc.; Hopewell
Funeral Home & Memorial
Gardens; Tile Barn Carpet &
Mid-Size Business (16 to
50 employees): Camacho Inc.;
Edwards, Platt, & Raulerson,
Coakley & Co. P.A.; Gulf Coast
Turf & Tractor.
Large Business (More than
50 employees): Albertsons
Inc.; Santa Sweets Inc.; South
Florida Baptist Hospital.
Information: Amy at 754-
3707 or amy@plantcity.org.

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

Halloween volunteers sought
for 'Jack 0' Bury'
The Plant City Chamber of
Commerce is looking for vol-
unteers to sell tickets at the
city's Jack 0' Bury Halloween
events at Plant City Stadium,
1810 E. Park Road.
Fifteen volunteers a day are
needed to work Oct. 27-28 and
30 from 7 to 11 p.m. and Oct.
31 from 7 p.m. to midnight.
Volunteers need not work the
entire shift.
Call: Amy, 754-3707.

Kid's Karnival

puts choirs

in spotlight
More than 500
students and parents
turned out for the
Plant City Junior
Women's Club's Kid's
Karnival Oct. 16 at the
Plant City Union
Station Depot
downtown. Spirit,
90.5 FM, provided
music at the event,
which also included
games and activities,
police and fire
department display,
the South Florida
Baptist Hospital
Wellness Bus and a
chance to win gift
baskets. Above,
Margarita Flores, 6, is
thrilled at getting a
chance to sit in a

KEVIN BRADY/Staff photos

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Above, Trapnell Elementary School's choir finishes up a set. Below, the Lincoln Academy
choir performs during the event.

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Above, Bryan Elementary School's choir takes the stage to applause from fellow students
and parents. Below, Robinson Elementary School's choir performs on stage as the sun set

OCTOBER 26,. 2006 *. THE,COURPERk* 3


City offers chance to recycle
household electronics
Plant City's Sanitation Divi-
sion and Water Resource
Management Division, along
with Com-Cycle Electronics
and Habitat for Humanity, is
offering people the chance to
safely dispose of used house-
hold electronics.
The collection will be from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 28 in the
Lake Walden Square Shop-
ping Center parking lot at the
southwest corner of James L.
Redman Parkway and Alex-
ander Street, in front of the
former Kmart.
The recycling is free.
Donations for the Plant City
chapter of Habitat for
Humanity will be also be
accepted at the event.
For more information, con-
tact Shawna Himelright at
v.com or 757-9289, Ext. 2249.

Ed Verner named
to HCC board
Officials at Hillsborough
Community College
announced Oct. 16 that Plant
City real estate investor Ed
Verner has been selected as a
member of the HCC Founda-
tion board of directors.
John Huerta, a marketing
executive at the college,
announced that Verner had
been selected along with six
other Hillsborough County
The newly selected mem-
bers will serve three-year
terms, Huerta said.
The foundation is a private,
nonprofit organization that
provides scholarships to HCC
students and assistance to the
college for capital improve-
ments and other projects.

'God's Favorite'
The Plant City Entertain-
ment Group will present Neil
Simon's play "God's Favorite"
on the weekends of Nov. 10-
11 and Nov. 17-18. A humor-
ous play inspired by the Book
of Job from the Bible, the
show will be at PADM Build-
ing No. 2 at Hillsborough
Community College, 1206 N.
Park Road.
Ticket prices are $10 for
adults, $8 for seniors 55 and
older, and $8 for students
through 12th grade. They can
be purchased at the door or in
advance at Hardee's Fash-
Call: Dodie White, 752-

YMCA teens tackle graffiti
Teens from the Plant City
Family YMCA Leaders Club
will clean up the graffiti
around Plant City Oct. 28.
The club will be repainting
the bathrooms at Tomlin
Middle School, but still needs
additional graffiti cleanup
The Leaders Club will pro-
vide labor and painting sup-
plies; business owners should
provide the paint they would
like to be used.
Interested business owners
and community organiza-
tions can contact Doug Bar-
nette at 757-6677 if they
would like to be included.

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Business After Hours
Crawford-Hill Interior Designs, Inc.,
1407 E. Baker St., Suite A plans a Business
After Hours from 5:15 to 7 p.m. Oct. 26. Call:

Cornerstone Center
The Plant City Cornerstone Center, 315
N. Collins St., plans the following events:
Luncheon and card party, Oct. 27
Breakfast with Santa, Dec. 2
Dinner theater, Dec. 2-3
Call: Jeanie Burt, 752-9225, or Violet
Massey, 752-2659.

Republican Women's Club event
The Plant City Federated Republican
Women's Club will host its "Celebrate Our
Freedoms" event Oct. 27 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Ramada Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St. Special
guests will be Republican candidates and
elected officials. Admission is $20. Call:
Melane Byrd, 754-0424.

Golf tournament
The eighth annual St. Clement Youth
Ministries Golf Classic is set for Oct. 28 at
Walden Lake Golf and Country Club. Fee is
$50 per player. Sponsorships are available.
Call: Pete Weronik, 752 8855; or Carol
Rodriguez, 757 6234.

'Get Out The Vote' rally
The East Hillsborough County Demo-
cratic club plans a "Get Out The Vote" rally
from 4 to 6 p.m. Oct. 28 at McCall Park in
downtown Plant City
Information: www.Easthillsboroughd-
emocrats.org or call 643-8551.

Boy Scout Troop 5
Boy Scout Troop 5 plans a spaghetti
dinner fundraiser Oct. 28 from 4:15 to 6:15
p.m. at the Norman McCleod American
Legion Post, 2207 W. Baker St. The scouts
are raising money for summer camp to
Camp Daniel Boone in Georgia. Tickets: $6.
Call: 752-1896 or 754-8159.

Church plans
Family and Friends Day
Bethel M.B. Church, 804 W. Renfro St.,
invites all family and former members and
friends to join them for Family and Friends
Day services Oct. 29 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Call: 754-1428 or 752-6325.

Southern gospel concert
East Thonotosassa Baptist Church the
corner of North McIntosh and Knights-
Griffin roads will feature the Southern
gospel quartet The Centurions in concert
Oct. 29 at 6 p.m. No admission charge.
Call: 752-1672.

Blood drives
A Florida Blood Services bloodmobile
will be at the Save-a-Lot distribution ware-
house, 4003 Amber Jack Blvd. Oct. 26 from
2 to 6 p.m.
Other blood drives include:
Oct. 29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at First
Baptist Church of Midway, 2902 Midway

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

Salvation Army women
plan Bazaar and Yard Sale
The Salvation Army's women's minis-
tries plan their 25th annual Bazaar and
Yard Sale Nov. 3 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and
Nov. 4 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Salva-
tion Army Community Worship Center,
2620 Kathleen Road in Lakeland. There will


Picks of the Week

Photo courtesy of Plant City Garden Club

Garden tour
Looking for ideas for the garden? This one is for you. The Plant City Garden Club's
annual fall garden tour is set Oct. 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. It will feature five
"private, beautiful and unique gardens," said Cassandra Banning, president of the
club. Pictured from left are club members Lynna Kyle and Vivian Devlin, homeown-
ers Janice and Martin Burdette and Cassandra Banning. The Burdette's home will be
featured on the tour. Tickets are $10 per person and can be purchased the day of
the tour at the Garden Club Center, 1112 N. Wheeler St. Proceeds from the tour will
benefit Habitat for Humanity and a scholarship fund. The club will also hold a plant
sale on the day of the tour. Call: 759-1638.

KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo

Baby sign classes
Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St., will host a three-class workshop on
developing a sign language with your infant birth to 18 months old. The classes are
limited to a maximum of 15 babies and will feature books and songs. Classes are Nov.
2,9 and 16. Pre-registration is required. Call 757-9215 for more information and times.

be crafts, collectibles, furniture, clothing
and more.
Information: www.salvationarmylak-

Strawberry Jam III
Fast Pitch Tournament
More than 20 fast-pitch softball teams
from throughout central Florida are
expected to gather Nov. 4-5 at the Randy L.
Larson Softball Four-Plex, 1810 East Park
Road, for this two-day invitational tourna-

ment. Teams will compete in the ages 12
and under, 14 and under, 16 and under,
and 18 and under categories.
Games will start at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday
and 9 a.m. on Sunday, and continue
throughout the day. Concessions will be
available and admission and parking are
free for spectators.
Call: Carlton Benton, 659-4200, Ext.

See CALENDAR, Page 19


Plant City, 2407
Karen Drive. Oct. 28.
north of Mike San-
sone Park in Dorene
Plant City, Walden
Lake. 2317 N. Walden
Place. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Oct. 28. Comforter
sets, luggage, bikes,
household items,
decor and clothes.
Trapnell area, 3401
Sam Astin Road, Oct.
28. Baby furniture,
children's and adult
clothing, televisions,
exercise equipment
and miscellaneous
Plant City, Walden
Lake, 2835 Hammock
Drive, starting at 7
a.m. Oct. 28. Furni-
ture, china and
miscellaneous items.
Plant City, 2504
Dorene Drive, start-
ing at 8 a.m. Oct. 28.
Baby girl clothing,
children's items, toys,
rims and
miscellaneous items.
Plant City, 1705
Oakwood Estate
Drive, Oct. 28. Furni-
ture, 48-inch TV, chil-
dren's clothes and
miscellaneous items.

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 shuf-
fleboard 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, 752-6193.

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

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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Family Ghosts Along The Highway

Holy mackerel!
Regardless of the circum-
stances, driving from Plant City
to Philadelphia in 36 hours and
arriving in the City of Brotherly
Love at 1 a.m. is not always the
best plan.
But a death in the family and
the inability to fly, left me, my
wife Karen, and her mother,
Gerry, (who lives with us) with
no choice.
"Ma," as I call Karen's
mother, is dependent on
oxygen and a semi-portable
oxygen generator. Airlines
won't allow either of those
necessities to fly commercial.
And the battery-operated
oxygen generator costs about
$5,000 to buy. So, without time
to rent it through an agency,
we opted to drive. /
We rented a new full-sized
van, which fit our needs quite
well, and began our journey at
about noon Oct. 9. As I write
this, it is Wednesday afternoon.
Ma is in the hotel suite living
room. Karen is at the funeral
home, making arrangements
for her younger brother's
funeral, and I am trying to put
down on paper the printable
memories of our drive from
Plant City to Philly.
After our late start, we spent
the night in Brunswick, Ga. The
last time I visited Brunswick
was 43 years ago when I and a
high school friend of mine,
Floyd Lee, tried out for a St.
Louis Cardinals minor league
baseball team. Floyd and I were
both all-city players in Jackson-


ville and we actually thought
we could play professionally.
After a few days in camp,
watching all-American college
performers show us how the
game was really played, we
went home with our tails
between our legs. We still laugh
at the memory.
Karen, Ma and I left Bruns-
wick a little later than we
should have, about 11 a.m., but
we hit the road running with
full intentions of reaching
Philly by midnight. It's pretty
much a straight shot up
Interstate 95, and it didn't look
that far on the map.
Interstate 95 hugs the coast
from Florida to Pennsylvania.
Its path stays east of the
mountain range that runs up
the coast and except from the
highway overpasses that climb
over roads, rivers, creeks,
swamps and railroad tracks,
the terrain is as flat as Florida's.
And while the speed limit
ranges between 55 and 70 mph,

if you aren't doing 75 you are
being passed by 80 percent of
the cars on the road.
We saw about 10 state and
county cops giving tickets
during our drive. Thankfully, I
wasn't one of the recipients.
I found that there must be a
town called Hopewell in every
state along the east coast. We are
familiar with the Hopewell south
of Plant City, down State Road 39.
But I saw signs along 1-95
announcing an exit to a Hopewell
every time we crossed a state line.
In North Carolina, just a few
miles from one of those Hope-
wells, is the town of Wilson,
located in Wilson County. It is
not far from a small town called
Bailey, where my sweet,
departed mother was born.
She was prone to story
telling and blessed with the
ability to make the smallest
event a major experience. She
was a little Southern belle, no
taller than 5 feet. My dad called
her Wilson to her dying day.
On 1-95, I saw a sign pointing
to Wilson County Community
Technical College. My mother's
brothers, and there were six of
them, never saw the inside of a
college, much less a technical
institute, even though they
named the county and
therefore the school after a
family patriarch. The only
technical thing about those
Wilson boys was an ability to
work on and operate gasoline
and diesel engines. From
lawnmowers, tractors, car or
truck engines, to shrimp boat,

ferry and cruise ships, the
Wilsons worked on them all.
If you ever crossed the St.
Johns River near Mayport by
ferry, or saw a shrimp boat
passing the jetties near the
mouth of that river heading out
into the Atlantic Ocean, there was
probably a Wilson in the engine
room, on deck or manning the
wheel in the pilot house.
One of them, my uncle
Woodrow (a man I never met
because he died when I was very
young), was the engineer on the
first all-electric ship to cross the
Atlantic. His endowment to my
parents upon his death helped
finance my family's migration
from Hartford, Conn. to Jack-
sonville in 1950.
I've never visited Wilson or
Bailey. There seemed no need
to do so. According to family
lore, the entire Wilson clan
loaded up a large truck of some
kind with every member of the
family, ala the Beverly Hillbil-
lies, and struck out for Jackson-
ville. My grandfather literally
sold the farm in Bailey, N.C., to
purchase what he thought was
prime Florida land. Once
arriving in what was once called
Cowford, the family discovered
the land was under 30 feet of
water, in the St. Johns River.
But that's another story.
All three of us returned safe
and sound to Plant City last
week, and while the family
memories the trip stirred made
me smile, it's not a journey I
care to repeat any time soon.

Be An Informed Political Consumer Then Vote

Welcome back to the silly
season of pre-November
electioneering. You know the
drill. First listen to a few
commercials until they become
as repetitive and obnoxious as
that one for headache med-
icine. Then try to tune it all out
until someone touches an issue
that resonates in the narrow
realm of personal interest.
Muck and spin: apply directly
to the nerve endings. Muck and
spin: apply directly to the nerve
endings. Muck and spin: apply
directly to the nerve endings.
Some of the most relentless
deception builds on the
emotional reaction that any tax
is always evil. "My opponent
voted to raise taxes." "The
other guy wants to soak you."
Now, I don't enjoy paying
taxes, but I am partial to schools,
roads, law enforcement and
military protection. Last week
our U.S. population topped 300
million, and it's irresponsible to
suggest that the private sector
could even begin to address the
vast array of necessary services
for so many people with any
degree of equity.
With all its faults, our
government does a tremendous
amount of good in terms of
facilitating this American way of
life. Like all theme parks,
America costs a bunch of money
to run. That's a simple fact.
At the same time it's critical


that, as citizens, we keep a
close eye on the people we
elect to office and who spend
all that money. They are, after
all, supposed to be working for
us. There's stuff they should be
spending our money on and
stuff they have no business
funding at all. I recommend all
voters look at organizations
such as Florida Tax Watch so
we can be discriminating
consumers of the "facts" we
hear in campaign ads.
It's the same story every-
where Washington, Tallahas-
see and our own Dopey,
Grumpy and Sleepy et al down
at the county commission.
Power easily corrupts, and too
many representatives forget the
seminal words of Lincoln: "That
government of the people, by

the people, for the people shall
not perish from the earth."
That said, what counsel would
I give this November? And why
should we even bother?
It's critical that we think for
ourselves. Too many Americans
take their cue from appointed
illuminati, and demagoguery is
alive and well. So don't- how
should I put this "Rush" to
conclusions that you wouldn't
necessarily arrive at yourself.
Let's look for new blood
and go long on character. This
year I'll vote in a heartbeat for a
good-hearted, well-versed
newcomer with a social
conscience over a polished
party-machine politico.
Please don't "Vote the ticket."
Vote your conscience instead.
Understand the relation-
ship between your politics and
your religion. If your church or
your pastor is in the business of
promoting particular candi-
dates or rallying around one
party, then they are probably in
the wrong business.
Remember, "Liberal"
probably doesn't mean what
you've been told it means.
"Conservative" doesn't mean
what you've been told it means
either. Neither term is appropri-
ately used as a pejorative. And
both words are morally neutral.
It is quite possible to be
both a liberal and a committed
Christian at the same time. It is

equally possible to be a
conservative and at the same
time dedicated to social justice.
The phrase "godless
liberal" is only used by people
unfamiliar with either liberals
or God probably both.
We should continue to
bother and we should continue
to be involved. If we fail in this
then government will fall
increasingly into the hands of
narrow interests who have
already amassed influence
disproportional to their
We should continue to be
involved because to walk away
from civic responsibility is to
walk away from the definition
of who we are as a free people.
America is an idea, and people
who have no idea really have -
for all intents and purposes -
no America.
The day I raised my right
hand and took my oath of
citizenship stands as one of the
most important days of my life.
This is one amazing nation,
this America; let's not take any
of it for granted. Especially not
the very issue (representation)
our War of Independence was
fought for.

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


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Bronze Star For ChadJones



Pana and Ken Jones are very
proud of their son, U.S. Army
Capt. Chad M. Jones, a Plant
City High School graduate
who has been awarded the
Bronze Star for exceptionally
meritorious service while
serving as commander of
Bravo Detachment, 8th
Finance Battalion in Iraq.
Chad, wife Ana, son Jackson
and daughter Isabel are back
in Germany for now.
Also home from Iraq is
Chris Matthews, son of
Raleigh and Bobbie Nelson.
Chris helped celebrate Regan
Perkins' first birthday Oct. 10
at a barbecue at the Spring-
head home of Candy and
Jason Perkins, Regan's par-
ents. Candy is Chris' cousin.
Candy is also the granddaugh-
ter of Jimmy and Nancy Perk-
ins of Panacea, Fla., and Len
and Judy Bryant of Plant City.
Regan's older sisters -
Desirae, 19, and Janice, 17 -
also joined in the
Happy birthday Regan and
safe travel to Chris who will be
returning to Seattle, where he
is stationed.

Moody, Towles, Wilson
attend D.C. conference
The Boys & Girls Club of
Plant City has returned from
Washington, D.C., where team
director Sharon Moody, and
Plant City police officers and
team members Trey Towles
and Steve Wilson spent two
days at a crime prevention
conference sponsored by the
U.S. Department of Justice.
Representatives of almost
50 states and 30 Native Ameri-
can communities attended.
The team met filmmaker
Matt Farnsworth, who intro-
duced his documentary,
"Dying for Meth," and Bob
Ballard, an oceanographer
who discovered the Titanic,
gave a talk about underwater
exploration and the impor-
tance of reaching out to kids
and getting them interested in
science as an after-school
If you'd like to know more
about this worthwhile club,
call Sharon Moody at 453-

Pikes open home
Gary and Tina Pike of Plant
City recently opened their
home to state Rep. Jeff Kot-
tkamp, a candidate for lieu-
tenant governor. The local
Republican women's group


Photo courtesy of Melane Byrd
Jeff Kottkamp, a candidate for lieutenant governor, was wel-
comed at the home of Gary and Tina Pike recently.



Photo courtesy of Sharon Moody
Plant City police officers Trey Towles and Steve Wilson, right,
recently attend a Washington conference with Sharon Moody of
the Boys & Girls Club of Plant City.

extended an invitation to Rep.
Kottkamp to attend the Cele-
brate Our Freedoms event
Oct. 27 at the Ramada Inn.

Plant City girl at heart
Rae and Larry Archbell say
their daughter Alison will
always be a Plant City girl at
heart. A 2000 Strawberry
Queen, Alison is busy studying
at Nova Southeastern Univer-
sity College of Osteopathic
Medicine in Fort Lauderdale.
She attended Plant City
High School and received a
biomedical science degree
from University of South Flor-
ida. Her family is busy plan-
ning Alison's November 2007
wedding to Frederick William
(Trae) Schiebel III, son of Fred
and Donna Schiebel of Lake-
land. Trae, a graduate of Santa
Fe Catholic High School and
the University of Florida, is a
second lieutenant in the U.S.
Air Force, and currently
attends Nova Southeastern
University College of Osteo-
pathic Medicine with his
Blessings to all.

Searching for a queen
It's always fun to hear how
our past Strawberry Queens
are doing. These young ladies
are really special. The Lion's
Club sponsors the annual
pageant and member Bill
Ulbricht is this year's chair-
man. Stephanie Shuff is the
pageant coordinator. Young
ladies between the ages of 16-
20 are invited to attend a man-

Frances Pollard
datory orientation on Nov. 5 if
interested in vying for the
Call Stephanie for
information at 752-3963.

Kudos for Pollard
Congratulations to Frances
Pollard who has been named
October Team Member by
South Florida Baptist Hospital.
Frances is an MRI Technolo-
gist at Swindle Diagnostic

Three outstanding young men
Last summer, to her sur-
prise, Ann and Ronald Brown
received an underwater call
from Key Largo. Their son
Justin, a senior at Florida State

Photo courtesy of Ann Brown

Justin Brown

Photo courtesy of Ann Brown
Trevor Laymen, left, and Ryan Brown share a desire to help

University, majoring in crimi-
nology and criminal justice,
was an intern in the Underwa-
ter Crime Scene program, and
part of a NASA undersea
research team.
"Justin enjoyed the experi-
ence so much he hopes to use
the internship as a spring-
board into a career involving
underwater research," says
Justin's brother, Ryan, is
also making his mark in Plant
City. Ryan and Trevor Layman
were recently recognized with
an Outstanding Youth Volun-
teer Award from the Plant City
Chapter Habitat for Human-
Both teenage boys have vol-

unteered more than 125 hours.
Ryan, a senior at Plant City
High, is liaison between the
PCHS students and Habitat
for Humanity.
Trevor, son of Robert and
Rachel Laymen, is a home-
schooled senior and an early
admittance student at Hills-
borough Community College.
, Well done to these guys and

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Arrive At Your Own Independent Agenda

The foremost duty of a
citizen, especially in danger-
ous times, is to think. Without
independent thinkers who are
also economically indepen-
dent of the government,
democracy doesn't work.
Remembering and imagin-
ing are not thinking.
Emotional reactions or
ideological reactions are not
thinking. Belief in the "word
magic" of labels is not
thinking. Faith is not thinking.
Thinking is the use of
reason to determine the truth
as best we can. To do that, we
have to shuck emotions,
desires and wishes and look at
the world in its nakedness as
it is, not as we wish it were or
as someone else has told us it
Reality is not affected by
our desires or by our compre-
hension. We glean data from
our senses of that world
outside our bodies and use
our brains to draw inferences
from the data. We have to
conform to it; reality will not
conform to us.
Clear thinking today is
especially difficult, because
the present generations of
human beings are exposed to
information in an unprece-
dented flood. Some years ago,
it was estimated that the
average American was
exposed to about 15,000
messages per day. I'm sure
that number has increased.
Advertising is pervasive



with labels, point-of-sale
displays and ads in newspa-
pers and on television, radio
and the Internet, as well as
signs and billboards.
Information much of it false
or self-serving or incomplete
or trivial pours out of print
publications, television, radio
and the Internet.
Information is not truth. It
is bits of data that might be
true or false or completely
useless to know. I've often
recommended that people
take an information break. Go
a week without watching
television, listening to the
radio, reading newspapers or
magazines or surfing the
Internet. It might be difficult
at first, but if you persist, you
will be surprised by how
normal the world appears
once you've cut out the
political chatter and the daily

roundup of the world's pain
and misery.
Another exercise in mind
control is that when you are
driving, make a conscious
effort not to read signs or
billboards. Look instead at
trees and other natural
features. Work for the goal of
being able to give someone
directions to your house like
this: Go three blocks north of
the giant magnolia tree, turn
east and look for two crab-
apple trees.
The most important point
is to realize that your mind
belongs to you. It is your
principal means of survival.
Don't rent it out to politicians
or political parties or anybody
else, including columnists
and commentators. All
leaders of whatever stripe
desire is to persuade you to
adopt their agenda. Don't do
it. Arrive at your own inde-
pendent agenda. If your own
agenda coincides with theirs,
then cooperate. If it doesn't,
go your own way.
Next, you should start
editing the information that is
presented to you. Do you
really need to know that Mel
Gibson said he's been sober
for 65 days? Not unless you're
kin or a personal friend. Do
you need to know there has
been a coup in Thailand? Not
unless you plan to visit that
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3539 rapnell Rd F.
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301 F. Alsobrook. "52-.3"f40
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808 W Wasbington St. "54-ob61
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2012 (olson Rd. ",3" 1490
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since the summer of 1977.
He may well hold some kind
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old preacher has ample time
to improve on his 29 years.
"I came here when I was 22,"
he said, "right out of Bible
school." For more
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call 659-2600.

Q: What is an "Advent
Christian" church?
A: We're an evangelical

denomination that came out
of the William Miller Advent-
ist movement. Miller
believed Christ would return
in 1843. After what's known
as "The Great Disappoint-
ment" we took a different
direction: wrong to set a
date, but right about the
emphasis on being ready for
Jesus to return.

Q: Where were you raised?
A: I was born in Dunn,
N.C. in 1955: Then I was
raised in Godwin, near Fort
Bragg. My dad worked for
the railroad all his life.

Q: How did God call you?
A: I first heard about Jesus
coming back at church
camp. When I was 15 the
pastor started asking me to
speak. For some crazy
reason I said yes. It was
amazing how the Lord used
me. One kid, Roger, asked
me to pray for him he was
born blind in one eye. I
asked others to gather I
wasn't going to do this by
myself- and in a few min-
utes he started hollering, "I
can see!" I realized God
could use someone like me.


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asked the Rev.
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Christian church
to pray for him.
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to gather,"
Lucas. In a few
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young man could
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someone like
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Q: Where did you go to
A: Cape Fear High School
(1973) and Berkshire Chris-
tian College in Massachu-
setts. Then I came right here.
I'd never heard of Dover
before. I was 22.
Q: Are you married?
A: I met my wife, Paula
Perry, at college. We married
in 1976 then came here in
1977. We have four children:
Angela McCarthy (27)
Shannon Williams (25),
Chris (20), and Michael (15).
Shannon works here at the
church in student ministries.
Q: Do you enjoy this area?
A: I was raised in the
country. I like the small-
town feel. But being from a
situation where the closest
neighbor was a mile down
the road, we're getting a
little crowded. This church
has been so good to us. My
children have had lots of
grandparents and aunts and
uncles and brothers and
Q: What are you reading?
A: "The Last Christian
Generation" by Josh
McDowell, and "The Battle
Cry for a Generation" by Ron
Luce. We need to rally
around our young people
and pray for them. Then an
interesting book: "The Valley
of Vision; a collection of

Puritan prayers and devo-
tions." There's some power-
ful stuff there. Plus I have a
whole collection of Max
Q: What's the answer to
A: What this nation needs
is revival, another awaken-
ing. God's people have to be
the light and the salt. I
believe we do have an
answer and that God can
make a difference in this
nation again.
Q: What's the great
A: We really need to reach
this next generation. We
need to so ground our young
people in Jesus Christ that
they minister to their friends
and let their light shine.
Q: Do you have a scripture
to share?
A: Romans Chapter 8.
Narrowed down, maybe
verses 31-32: "If God is for
us, who can be against us?
He who did not spare his
own Son, but gave him up
for us all how will he not
also, along with him, gra-
ciously give us all things?"

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A: What the world finds
hard to believe is that we
have this message yet it
hasn't changed the way that
we live. He's an extraordi-
nary God who uses ordinary
people. The world is starving
for unconditional love and I
believe they'll find it here.

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He was born in Plant City
and was a Muskogee Creek
He was a delivery driver and
worked with Native American
Outreach, Royal Rangers, and
was a volunteer for the Hills-
borough River State Park
Native American Living His-
tory programs.
He is survived by his wife,
Catherine; two sons, Israel
and Jeremiah; his parents,
Grady and Louise; and two
brothers, Jack and Wayne.
Wells Memorial Funeral

Harline R. Roberts, 62, of
Valrico died Sept. 24.
She was born in Plant City
and was a lifelong resident of
She was a graduate of Flor-
ida State University and was
retired from the Hillsborough
County public school system.
She also spent several years
teaching in Jacksonville, Mon-
ticello and Tallahassee.
She is survived by her
husband, Ken; a son, Todd of
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Elizabeth C. Howell, 93, of
Lakeland died Sept. 23.
She was a member of
Springhead Baptist Church.
She is survived by a son,
Gary; two daughters, Ann
Mohler and Elaine; eight
grandchildren; 17 great-
grandchildren; and five great-
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Lloyd N. Davis, 85, of Plant
City died Sept. 25.
He was born in Plant City
and was a U.S. Navy veteran of
World War II.
He was the owner of Davis-
Carter Tractor Co. and was a
past president of the Plant City
He is survived by a son,
Thomas of Homosassa; a
daughter, Diane O'Toole of
Toccoa, Ga.; two brothers,
Charles and Clayton, both of
Plant City; four grandchildren;
and three great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral

David P. Hartnett, 79, of

Plant City died Sept. 26.
He was born in Boston and
came here from New Hamp-
shire in 1988.
He served in the U.S.
Merchant Marines and was a
real estate appraiser.
He was a member of the
Knights of Columbus in New
Hampshire and was a Eucha-
ristic minister and past presi-
dent of the parish council at
St. Christopher in Nashua,
He is survived by his wife,
Doris; three sons, David of
Monticello, Iowa, Dennis of
Nashua and Dana of Merri-
mack, N.H.; a sister, Margaret
Buttrick of New Hampshire;
three grandchildren; and a
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Rolland C. Bull, 80, of Plant
City died Sept. 27.
He was born in Canton, Ill.,
and was a U.S. Navy veteran of
World War II.
He was a automobile super-
visor for General Motors and a
member of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars and Knights of
He attended St. Clement
Catholic Church.
He is survived by his wife,
Pauline; four sons, Robert,
Frank Sholes, Mark Sholes and

Robert Sholes; three daugh-
ters, Christina Root, Jan Zajac
and Vicky Jo Carpenter; 14
grandchildren; and a great-
Wells Memorial Funeral

Linwood- C. "Dink" Jeffer-
son, 83, of Plant City died Oct.
He was born in Richmond,
Va., and was a longtime resi-
dent of Plant City.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II.
He was the owner of Jeffer-
son Plumbing for 25 years
before his retirement and a
member of Oak Park Baptist
He is survived by his wife,
Billie; three sons, Steven C.
and Glynn A., both of Valrico,
and Russell L. of Plant City; a
brother, Robert of Brandon;
eight grandchildren; and
seven great- grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Billie E. Creamer, 74, of
Dover died Oct. 4.
He was a lifelong resident of
Dover and worked in security.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of the Korean and Vietnam
He is survived by four sons,


David L. of Oilando, Terry L. of
Lakeland and Steven R. and
Gary W., both of Dover; a
brother, W.A. of Bronson;
seven grandchildren; and two
Wells Memorial Funeral

Patricia A. Jeffcoat, 59, of
Dover died Oct. 4.
She was born in Shady
Valley, Tenn., and was a long-
time resident of Dover.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her
husband, Edward; two sons,
Michael and Jerry; two daugh-
ters, Debra Singletary of Lake-
land and Mary Ann Layton of
Bonifay; two sisters, Lena
Clayton and Betty Money,
both of Sydney; 11 grandchil-
dren; and five great-grand-
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Paul D. Gould, 56, of Plant
City died Oct. 5.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and worked as a
produce wholesaler.
He is survived by his wife,
JoAnn; two sons, David Hahn
of Zephyrhills and Kelly Hahn
of Lakeland; four daughters,
Vicki Hahn of Mulberry,

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Teresa Neely and Pam Smith,
both of Lakeland, and Paula
Chancey of Valrico; a brother,
Jimmy of Ocala; a sister, Judy
of Milton; 17 grandchildren;
and 15 great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Gwyn R. Lawson, 93, of
Plant City died Oct. 7.
He was born in Pinnacle,
N.C., and was a U.S. Army vet-
eran of World War II.
He was a truck driver and a
He is survived by his wife,
Ruth; two sons, James S. and
GwynR.; two daughters, Susan
E. and Donna Ruth Bryan; 10
grandchildren; and 10 great-
Wells Memorial Funeral

Deborah K. Johnson, 44, of
Dover died Oct. 7.
She was born in Clearwater
and was a lifelong resident of
this area.
She is survived by her father,
Harry of Mulberry; her mother,
Hanna Lee of Dover; a brother,
Duane of Mulberry; a sister,
Pamela Orr of Robinsville,
N.C.; two nephews and two
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Mary J. Everidge, 75, of Plant
City died Oct. 8.
She was born in Tampa and
was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
She was a retired childcare
licensing specialist for Hills-
borough County.
She is survived by her
husband, James; a son, James
Jr. of Plant City; a daughter,
Mary L. Stine of Brandon; five
grandchildren; and three
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Mary 0. Hendricks, 83, of
Plant City died Oct. 8.
She was born in Morrison,
Tenn., and was a cosmetolo-
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James M. "Big Jim"
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died Oct. 8.
He was born in Coy, Ala.,
and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.
He was a truck driver for T.J.
Stidham Trucking.
He is survived by his wife,
Barbara; a son, Roger of Plant
City; a daughter, Cindy Maxey
of Lakeland; three brothers,
Eddie of Century, Marshal of
Milton and Bobby of Jay; three
sisters, Carolyn Zaballa and
Betty Novak, both of West
Palm Beach, and Molly Kent of
Dover; and five grandchil-
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Julian H. Royster, 82, of
Plant City died Oct. 9.
He was born in Turkey
Creek and was a lifelong resi-
dent of this area.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II and a prisoner
of war in Germany.
He was the owner of EM
He is survived by his wife,
Edna; two sons, Doug and
Larry, both of Plant City; a
daughter, Judy Todd of Plant
City; a brother, Fred of Califor-
nia; a sister, Lena Lehman of
Dover; seven grandchildren;
and 10 great-grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Wilma M. Martin, 87, of
Plant City died Oct. 10.
She was born in Petersburg,
Ind., and \\a a longtime resi-
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She was a homemaker.
She is ur-i ed by three
daughters, Connie Batchelor
of Sevierville, Tenn., Delores
Kirby of Durant and Marlene
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The Pioneer Spirit

Staff Report
Visitors took a trip back in time at the 29th annual Pioneer
Heritage Day Oct. 21 at the 1914 Plant City High School Com-
munity Center, enjoying live entertainment, arts and crafts,
heritage crafts, children's activities and roving host and host-
esses in period costumes.
The event also featured free tours of the community center, a
history museum with rooms dedicated to photography, antique
furniture, clothing and agriculture.
The Quintilla Geer Bruton Archives Center at the museum
was also a popular draw, sponsored by the East Hillsborough
Historical Society.
Funds raised from the event go to the continuing restoration
and upkeep of the community center.
For more information about the society, contact Brenda
Inlow at 757-9226 or e-mail ehhs@tampabay.rr.com.

These young performers drew some of the most loud applause
of the day.

Dancers from Jackie's Dance Studio and Clogging Gym also
entertained the audience.

KEVIN BRADY/Staff photos
Jane Knowell, left, and Sally Raburn, were among those dressed in period costumes at the event.
The sisters are members of the Knight family, a name that goes back eight generations in

Center Stage Performing Arts Studio dancers performed a
number of dances. Right, The H.B. Plant Railroad Historical
Society rooms at the community center house model trains
moving through replicas of early Plant City. Above, Carwin
Baxter, a charter member of the 26-year-old organization,
oversees a train display.


Optimists Donate $4,000 To Youth Causes

Helping young people was
the focus of the Plant City
Optimist Club charity golf
tournament Oct. 21 at the
Walden Lake Golf & Country
And while a good time on
the links was the plan for the
day, youngsters throughout
Plant City were the real win-
ners, organizers said.
The tournament which
saw more than 70 golfers pay
$60 each to enjoy a round at
Walden Lake and a meal -
helped the Optimist Club raise
$4,000, which it donated to
two local causes: $1,000 to a
fundraising drive for three
local teens suffering from life-
threatening diseases and
$3,000 to the city's recreation
and parks department.
"Our city always pulls
together to help people in
time of need and this dona-
tion is yet another example,"
said Chris Prevatt, who is lead-
ing an effort to raise money for
the families of three teens suf-
fering from life-threatening
diseases. All three Megan
Carpenter, 17, Alexandria Pre-
scott, 16, and Brandi Red-
mond, 15 attend Plant City
High School.
The Optimists' donation to

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globalism, in most cases our
true interests are local -
family, community, region,
state and our own country.
We should concentrate on
these, for here we can make a
While global busybodies
worry about rain forests, tribal
conflicts in the Sudan and
poverty in Africa, our own
infrastructure, including
public education, is deterio-
rating. Celebrities who want
to hold poor black babies
don't have to go to Africa.
There are plenty of poor
babies of all colors in the U.S.
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parks and recreation youth
sports, programs the club has
long supported, was a natural
choice said Walt Arnold, event
chair for the golf tournament.
"Our club motto is 'friend of
youth' and we ensure all our
fundraising goes back to
young people," said Arnold, a
former Optimist Club presi-
dent. The donation helps
support the city's Easter egg
hunt, youth basketball, foot-
ball, soccer and baseball pro-
grams. The egg hunt and
sports programs drew more
than 3,000 youngsters this
Jack Holland, the city's
director of parks and recrea-
tion, accepted the donation
on behalf of Friends of Plant
City Parks and Recreation.
"We really appreciate the
help of the Optimist Club,"
Holland said, adding the
club's $1,000 donation to Pre-
vatt should be a catalyst for
other civic groups.
"I would like to see this
donation as a challenge to
other civic groups in town to
help out these three families.
It is a really good cause."
The fundraising committee
for the three local teens meets
at Bill Heard Chevrolet Tues-
day nights at 6.
A mini-golf fundraiser is
planned at Bill Heard, 2002 N.
Frontage Road, Nov. 12. The
car dealership is also selling
window-pane sponsorships

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Optimist Club president Jeff Arnold, right, hands over a $1,000 donation to Chris Prevatt, who is
leading a fundraising drive for three Plant City teens battling life-threatening diseases. Below,
Jack Holland, left, accepts a $3,000 donation for city recreation programs from Arnold.

for the effort. In addition, a
$25 donation will get mini-
golfers a ticket to a father-son
golf challenge at Champions
Gate Nov. 30 through Dec. 3
featuring the PGA's best
father-son teams.
A motorcycle poker run is
also planned Nov. 11 at 10
a.m. at Beef '0' Brady's, 2418
James L. Redman Parkway.
For more information on
how to help, call Prevatt at
359-5018, 478-7286 or e-mail
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Plant City.
It is a volunteer-based
transportation program that
helps people get to and from
their cancer treatments if they
have no other form of trans-
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and be available for a few
weekday hours per month,
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
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Car safety seat checks
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Hospital offers free car safety
seat checks Friday and Satur-
days, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., through-
out the year at the hospital's
Community Health Resource
The checks are by appoint-
ment only.
Call: 754-4444.

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

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

lege as well. Call: 757-2111.

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

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hearing aids.
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people in Florida and other
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'Wacky Florida'First Of Series For Library


Staff Report
Do you sometimes feel that Florida
is changing right before your eyes?
Perhaps you have driven down a
street and now- poof that old orange
grove is gone and there's a car wash
there. Or maybe you suddenly discover
a new house or two nestled where
there had long been an empty lot in
your neighborhood. If so, Bruton
Memorial Library is hosting a five-part
program for you.
Thanks to partnership between the

Florida Humanities Council and the
Friends of the Bruton Memorial
Library, the library will offer "Right
Before Our Eyes: Florida's Changing
Landscape in Fact, Fiction and Song"
to explore some of the changes hap-
pening in the state.
The series kicks off Nov. 2 at 7 p.m.
with "The Wacky History of Florida
and Why You Should Care" with pre-
senter Eliot Kleinberg. From stories
of a bloodsucking night creature on
the loose to the mayor of one small
town who banned Satan, Kleinberg
will review some of the stranger and
more unusual true stories of Florida's
colorful history. Kleinberg, the
author of nine books, is a reporter

and Florida native.
"Each of the humanities scholars
selected has a special perspective on
the issues relating to Florida's rapid
growth and the loss of some of our
state's most valuable resources," said
library director Anne Haywood.
"Everyone that cares about the future
of Florida will find something of
interest in these programs."
Upcoming programs include:
Mallory O'Connor on "Perceptions
of Paradise: The Visual Mythology of
Florida As Eden," Nov. 30, 7 p.m.
Maurice O'Sullivan on "Reinvent-
ing Paradise: Writers in the Sunshine
State," Jan. 4, 7 p.m.
Dale Crider on "Where Have all the

Flowers Gone," Feb. 8, 7 p.m.
Bill Belleville on "Loosing it all to
Sprawl; How Progress Ate My Cracker
Landscape," March 15, 7 p.m.
Randy Wayne White on "An Eve-
ning With Doc Ford," March 30. Time
to be announced.
All the programs will be held in the
Mary Noel Moody Community Room
in the library, 302 McLendon St.
Sponsors of the program include:
Florida Humanities Council, Friends
of the Bruton Memorial Library, City of
Plant City, The Courier and The Tampa
For more information, call Hay-
wood, 757-9215.


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Foundation plans 'Fall Fancy'
The South Florida Baptist
Hospital Foundation plans its
fifth annual "Fall Fancy" Nov.
4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
home of Richard and Mona
Fulmer, 1201 Pinedale Drive.
The event, which includes a
buffet lunch, tabletop shop-
ping and a fashion show,
benefits the St. Joseph Chil-
dren's wing at Florida Baptist.
Tickets are $30 per person
and sponsorships, ranging
from $50 to $750, are also
Reservations: 757-8478, by
Oct. 26.

Bike Fest
Bikers and motorcycle fans
will gather in downtown Plant
City Nov. 4 to enjoy food and

products from more than 70
vendors and sponsors during
this monthly tradition. Thou-
sands of motorcycles and their
owners attend this event from
5 to 9 p.m., on an eight-
square-block area by the Plant
City Train Depot, 102 N.
Palmer St. Admission is free;
free parking is available on
surrounding streets.
Information: 754-3707 or

Turkey Creek Class of '61
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1961 plans its
45-year reunion Nov. 4 at 6
p.m. at Magic Moments Wed-
ding & Banquet Facility, 2207
Mud Lake Road. The cost is $40
per person. Deadline for pay-
ment is Oct. 30. Call: 752-0118.

The Florida Opry
welcomes GaryElvis
The Florida Opry will pres-
ent GaryElvis, Brian Chytka
and Kim McWilliams and the
Nashville Band Nov. 4 from 7
to 10 p.m. the 1914 Plant City
High School Community
Center, 605 N. Collins St.
Reserved seats are available
for $15 and general admission
tickets can be purchased in
advance or at the door for $12.
Call: Myrle Henry, 752-4094.

Mount Zion sets
76th Homecoming
Mount Zion Assembly of
God, 3005 Thonotosassa Road,
plans its 76th anniversary and
homecoming Nov. 5 at 10 a.m.
Special guests will be the Rev.
Bill Heaston and his wife,

Velda. Rev. Heaston was the
pastor of Mount Zion from
1991 to 2000. Bring a covered
dish and stay for dinner follow-
ing the service. Call: 752-1614.

Sunshine State
Quartet concert
The Sunshine State Quartet
will be in concert at the Cork
Community Party "Red Barn
Ranch" at the intersection of
Thonotosassa and Cork roads
Nov. 5 from 3 to 6 p.m. Cork
United Methodist Church
hosts the free annual event
with dinner, games, hay rides
and fun for the whole family.
Call: 754-3233.

Strawberry Festival
Queen orientation
Young women interested in

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

Lunch'n' Learn:
reverse mortgages
The Plant City Family
YMCA, 1507 YMCA Place, will
host a Lunch 'n' Learn Nov. 6
at noon on reverse mortgages
with Carmen Crespo, an
accredited credit counselor
from Genesis Financial Man-
agement. Call: 757-6677.



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Skipper and Patty Gause and
Paul and Janie Trimble.
He is a graduate of Evangel-
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Mo., and is a guidance
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S. was conducted by the Rev.
David Scruggs.
The bride was given away by
her father, Billy.
Matron of honor was
Michelle Scruggs, sister of the
Mr. and Mrs. Gause Bridesmaids were Kim
Astorga, Stephanie Hart, Betsy
Cotton-Gause Griffis and Tenly Stewart, all
Steven S. Gause and Janet T. friends of the bride, and Eliza-
Cotton were married July 8 in beth Speight, cousin of the
Bush Chapel at Southeastern bride.
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November 2-5, 2006
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groomsmen John Tortorice,
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and Kyle Windham, all friends
of the groom.

James P. Fales II and Linda
H. Fales announce the engage-
ment of their son, James P.
Fales IV, to Tamara Lynn Nash
of Plant City. Jamey is the
grandson of Raymond and
Clara Hancock of Valrico and
Jim and Mary Fales of Plant
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Steve and Valerie
Nash of Kissimmee and the
granddaughter of Marilou
Brehm of Orlando.
She is a 2002 graduate of
Osceola High School and is
currently completing work on
a finance degree. She is a
mortgage loan processor.
The prospective groom is a
2001 graduate of Durant High
School and a 2005 graduate of
Florida State University. He
works as a fraud investigator.

A Nov. 18 wedding is
planned at 4:30 p.m. at Sisters
Secret Gardens in Valrico.

Gary and Debbie Russell of
Plant City announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Kayla Nicole, to Shannon
Lynn Dyer of Brandon. He is
the son of Dorothy Brown of
Malvern, Ark.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Plant City High School
and the International Aca-
demy of Design and technol-
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Poyen High School
in Arkansas.
A Dec. 2 wedding is planned
at 1 p.m. at First Baptist
Church of Plant City.

Anna and Tom Hardesty of
Riverview and Craig S. Farr of
Tampa announce the engage-
ment of their daughter,

Michelle Leigh Farr, to Joshua
Joseph McGregor of Jackson-
ville. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ronald McGregor of Port
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of Plant City High School
and the University of South
The prospective groom is a
graduate of Charlotte High
School and the University ol
North Florida.
A March 2008 wedding is

Frederico Kalugdan Bacomo
and Christine Dacanay
Nabong were married July 29
at St. Clement Catholic Church
in Plant City.
The ceremony was con-
ducted by Father Carlos
Vocalist was Dyna Paraoan,
cousin of the bride.
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You Won't Want To Miss This!
All our local Candidates have been invited, and the state
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The event will be filled with the high energy tunes of Ed
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Matron of honor was Caro-
line Eenigenburg, sister of the
Bridesmaids were Bianica
Pint, friend of the bride, and
Melanie Daranay and Char-
inelle Daranay, cousins of the
The groom was attended by
best man Fernando Bacomo,
brother of the groom, and
groomsmen Armand Kalug-
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Diabetes support group
A diabetes support group meets the
first Tuesday of each month from 5 to 6
p.m. at South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301
N. Alexander St. Call: 757-8202 to register.
Epilepsy support group
An epilepsy support group meets the
second Tuesday of each month from 10
to 11 a.m. in the South Florida Baptist
Hospital cafeteria conference room, 301
N. Alexander St. Walk-ins welcome.
Civil War unit
Step into the ranks of history as a
Southern cannoneer and join the Milton
Light Artillery, Co. A. Milton is a Civil
War re-enacting unit based on an actual
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Plant City Federated Republican
Women's Club
The Plant City Federated Republican

Sal Nabong, brother of the
Ringbearer was Elli Ferro,
nephew of the bride.
Flower girl was Talia Eeni-
genburg, niece of the bride.
Ushers were Michael Ber-
nabe, friend of the bride, and
Chris Diamoy, friend of the
The reception followed the
ceremony at the Ramada Inn
Red Rose Ballroom.
Following a wedding trip to
Italy, the couple are at home
in Davie.

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

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

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

Plant City High
Class of 1961
The Plant City High School Class of
1949 meets at the Collins Street restau-
rant on the first Wednesday of each
month at 11:30 a.m.
Call: 752-3048.

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Schools 50th anniversary
Dick and Loretta Schools
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ding anniversary Oct. 7 with a
surprise party. Friends and
relatives are invited.
The couple were married
Sept. 1, 1956, in Portland,

The former Loretta Madden
was born in Boston and
worked as a nanny.
Dick was born in Houlton,
Maine, and worked as a self-
employed painter. He is a
member of the Plant City
Country Club.
They came here in January
1980 and attend St. Clement
Catholic Church.
They have four sons; Rick of
Brandon, Steve of Portland,
Tim of Plant City and Jim of
Long Island, N.Y.; a daughter,
Maria Coleman of Plant City;
and 12 grandchildren.

Abbott 65th anniversary
David and Rubye Abbott
celebrated their 65th wedding
anniversary Aug. 27.
David is the son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Homer V. Abbott
and Rubye's parents were Mr.
and Mrs. Rubye R. Daniels of

David and Rubye Abbott
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David is a U.S. Army veteran
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He was employed at Coro-
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became AMX Chemical, and
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The couple are active at Vic-
tory Church in Lakeland.
They have one son, Marc, of

Savage 65th anniversary
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will celebrate their 65th wed-
ding anniversary last month at
the home of their daughter
and son-in-law, Ann and Mer-
rill Lonnborg of Auburndale.
The couple were married
Sept. 6, 1941. They eloped
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in the early 1990s.
The former Mildred Harris
was born in Adel, Ga. Henry
was born in Cecil, Ga. They are

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In addition to their
daughter, Ann, they have a
son, Stan, of Cairo, Ga., and
are the parents of the late
Tony Savage.
They have six grandchildren
and 12 great-grandchildren,
and are members of Lena Vista
Baptist Church in Auburn-

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Raiders Seek To Better Playoff Status


An Exciting

Time In

Prep Sports
This has to be the busiest,
and to me one of the best,
times of the high school
sports season. We've got the
football playoff picture taking
shape, and isn't it great to
have Plant City and Durant
both involved?
Then there's the volleyball
playoffs, which got under way
Tuesday. Golf is having its
state meet this week with the
Durant girls having made it
there for a second straight
year. Swimming and cross
country are also into their
postseason and just around
the corner lies the winter
sports schedule.
Oh, did I mention Plant
City needs a new baseball
That vacancy developed
pretty much out of nowhere
last week when Kenny White,
the Raiders' coach the past
two seasons, simply could not
pass on the chance to take
over the Hillsborough
But back to the football
scene, where Plant City can,
in relative terms, take it easy
this week. Imagine, teams like
Armwood and Lakeland have
not officially, anyway -
clinched their playoff berths
yet and the Raiders have
already taken care of it for two
Even a team like Hills-
borough is in real trouble
thanks to a shocking loss to
Freedom last week.
As for Durant, the Cougars'
scenario in 6A-District 6 is
unlike any of the other 20
districts in the seven-county
Bay area: four teams, all 1-1,
with the Friday winners
making the playoffs and the
losers being eliminated from
There are some much,
much more complicated
situations out there. Several
districts can still have a three-
way tie for first, and maybe
for second, such as the
Hillsborough case. If News-
ome beats Middleton this
week, former Cougar lineman
Kenneth Hiscock's team will
play a three-way tiebreaker
Monday with Hillsborough
and Freedom to determine
who makes it into the 4A
playoffs. The same scenario
could easily unfold in 5A-5
between Gaither, Land 0'
Lakes and Wharton.
Durant had to start out the
See PREP, Page 25

Of the more than 100 teams in the
expanded Tampa Bay area, only a hand-
ful of them enter the final week of high
school football district play knowing they
already have a district championship
And of those, Plant City probably is
being given the least amount of respect.
The Raiders are 3-5 on the season but
in order to win 5A-District 7 only a pair of
victories have been necessary. Friday's
trip to Bloomingdale could complete the
district slate with a perfect 3-0 mark, even

though it is not a requirement.
Plant City head coach Kevin Kelley cer-
tainly wants to see it happen.
"I don't want anybody to say that we
backed into the playoffs, that we don't
deserve it," Kelley said. "We want to win
this game and show that we've proven
ourselves to be district champions."
No matter what happens against Bloo-
mingdale, the Raiders know that in two
weeks they will be experiencing the
excitement of a home playoff game, all
but certainly against Lake Gibson.
That being said, the Raiders might have
a hard time getting motivated to face
"I hope not. I don't think we're at the
stage where we can look past anybody,"
Kelley said. "We have to remember that
this is a team that beat us up last year.


Durant's Travis Ellis, right, takes the handoff from quarterback Jeremy Fussell in the third quarter
Oct. 20 against East Bay.

Cougars Visit Sarasota Riverview

With Everything At Stake

Unfortunately, the Durant
football team has previous
experience in bouncing back
from bad losses this year. If
the Cougars can do it again,
though, their season will still
be going when December
Durantat Sarasota River-
view Friday night, with the
winner qualifying for the Class
6A playoffs.
The Cougars hope they got
all of the bad luck out of their
system last week and they
might have done it in one
drive alone.
"I can't remember that
many bad things happening
on one drive, ever," said Cou-
gars head coach Mike Got-
tman, who is looking to get
Durant back into the postsea-
son for the first time in three
East Bay took the lead late
in the first half after a crazy

sequence of events. It all
started with the score 7-7 and
the Indians pinned deep in
their own territory. The Indi-
ans, who rarely pass, con-
verted a third-and-9 situation
with a pass completion. Then
on third-and-13, Durant came
up with a sack but was called
for a face mask violation.
The "fun" was just starting.
Durant's Eric Councill recov-

ered a fumbled pitch in mid-
air, but then coughed it up
and East Bay recovered. Two
plays later East Bay broke for a
50-yard run down to the 1-
yard line. Durant stopped the
Indians on the first two plays
and on third down, quarter-
back Rex Ballenger fumbled
and the officials pointed to a
first down for Durant.
See DURANT, Page 25

And we are their homecoming opponent.
You hand pick who you play for home-
Last year's Bulls team was not bad,
going 4-6 on the season, but in 2006 the
Bulls are 1-7 with that lone victory against
winless Tampa Bay Tech. On Friday Bloo-
mingdale was drilled by Riverview 57-0.
Not getting caught with their focus
drifting to Nov. 10 (the day the playoffs
begin) has been the big -concern for
Kelley. He says Keith Dawson, the team's
vocal leader, has played a role in helping
with that.
"He gets everybody together. I don't
think he's been any more vocal this week
than normal, but he has been keeping
everyone focused," Kelley said.
See RAIDERS, Page 25

P Pilgrims,


Lead Flag


Staff Report
The 40th season of Plant
City Recreation & Parks
Department/Optimist Youth
Football is nearing its playoff
stage, with the regular season
concluding this week.
Only two teams have no
losses on their record, with the
Pilgrims of the Junior League
(6-7 year olds) and Raiders of
the Senior League (8-9) both
holding 5-0-1 marks.
Since there are no playoffs
in the Junior age group, the
Pilgrims look to claim the
championship this Saturday
by beating the Turtles. All
games are held at Otis M.
Andrews Sports Complex.
Last week the Pilgrims got
two touchdown runs from
Baldomero Guevara to defeat
the Wildcats 13-0. The Turtles
looked strong in beating the
Frogs 19-2. Patrick Hawke
scored a pair of touchdowns.
In second place at 5-1 are the
Indians, who took the battle for
second place by edging the Rab-
bits 27-20. In the other game
Saturday Christopher Smith had
two TD runs as the Dalmations
topped the Bobcats 19-0.
In the Senior League the Raid-
ers' first blemish was a 6-6 tie
against the Dolphins last week-
end. Kasi Maguire had the TD
for the Raiders while David Cox
scored for the Dolphins (3-2-1).
Another tie took place between
the Jaguars and Steelers. The
Broncos took over second place
by giving the Bears their second
loss, 12-6, and the Chargers
rolled the Ravens 26-6.
The playoffs start Monday
night in both the Senior and
Premier League (10-12), where
the Lions and Chiefs are both
5-1 headed into the final
weekend of the regular season.
The Elite League the Bucs are
also on top with a 5-1 mark.
All three championship
games are scheduled for Sat-
urday, Nov. 4. ..

East Bay running back Ryan Stubbs gets sandwiched by Durant's
defense Oct. 20. In the fourth quarter, Stubbs scored on a 95-
yard kickoff return.


Continued From Page 24
But after a conference the
referees determined it was
East Bay's ball, and on fourth
down the Indians went for a
touchdown and scored to
make it 14-7.
"After looking at the tape,
they did make the right call.
But when you think that, after
all that happened on that
drive, you're going to come
away with the ball and instead
you fall behind, that's a big
difference," Gottman said.
Durant's Evan Kelly hit a
22-yard field goal midway
through the fourth quarter to
pull the Cougars within seven,
17-10. Then things fell apart
for Durant as the Indians ran
the ensuing kickoff 95 yards
for a touchdown. On the next
kickoff East Bay pooched the
ball, and Durant fumbled it
right back to set up another
East Bay touchdown.
To cap the error-filled
stretch, Durant fumbled away
the next kickoff. That, along
with the tendency to commit
penalties at crucial times,
must be eliminated for Durant
to have a chance at Sarasota
"You try to evaluate things,
try to stop the mistakes, but
some time you can only shake
your head. We have break-
downs on critical downs,"
Gottman said.
But the Cougars have been
there before, this season in
fact. After a mistake-filled loss
to Brandon, Durant came
back to take the next three
games culminating with a 31-
24 win at Sarasota. That vic-
tory has the Cougars (4-4) in
position to claim a playoff
"In the Sarasota game we
stayed away from the blund-
ers, we got some big first
downs on offense and we were
tough defensively," Gottman
said. "Offensively, we're strug-
gling a bit right now."
Archie Rembert had Duran-
t's only touchdown against
East Bay on an 11-yard run.
Sarasota Riverview is
coming off a tough loss at
Middleton where the Rams
were cruising ahead 21-7
through three quarters only to
fall 28-21 in double overtime.
Middleton sent it to OT by
scoring with 12 seconds left in
Before they faltered, the
Rams were able to pound run-
ning back Robert Glinton for
202 yards on 30 carries. Sara-
sota Riverview used its run-
ning attack earlier in the
season to deal Riverview its
only loss.
Riverview is hosting Sara-
sota in Friday's other make-
or-break 6A-District 6 game.
The two winners both
advance to the playoffs, with
the district title going to the
team that beat the other win-
ning team head-up. The right
formula for Durant is to beat
Sarasota Riverview, and have
Sarasota knock off Riverview.
If Durant wins and River-
view prevails, the Cougars will
open the playoffs by visiting
the 6A-6 champ. That will be
the winner of Friday's game
between a couple of Orlando
schools, Boone and Dr.

The Plant City Pumas play in the Florida Suncoast Soccer League over-40 league. The players are: Adolfo Alanis, Jose Cruz, Davila
Baltazar, Arturo Guevara, Felipe Gutierrez, Jose Hernandez, Celso Lopez, Javier Patino, Rigo Ramirez, Jose Rodriguez, Francisco
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Valderrama Shines At Sansone Park


He might be a little older,
but former international
soccer star Carlos Valderrama,
44, showed why he will always
be "El Pibe" (the kid) to his
fans in Plant City last week.
Valderrama showed the
deft touches and tactical nous
that marked him as one the
world's greatest midfield play-
ers in his prime.
The former captain of
Colombia's national team -
and with his blond Afro still
one of the most recognizable
players on the planet Valder-
rama was playing for the
Clearwater International F.C.
Galactics against the Plant
City Pumas in a Florida Sun-
coast Soccer League game.
Valderrama recently signed
on as the Galactics' technical
director of player develop-
The over-40 league has 10
teams from Hillsborough and
Pasco counties and draws
many former professional
"There are lots of guys out
there who are retired profes-
sionals but who still want to

Continued From Page 24
volleyball playoffs on the
road, Tuesday at Countryside.
The Cougars were defeated in
straight sets Thursday by
Sarasota Riverview in the 6A-6
tournament final. I was there,
and can say that the Cougars
are really not that far off.
Talent-wise, there appeared
to be no gigantic gap between
the teams.
Durant just needs to tighten
up its play a bit and that's
something I'm sure first-year
head coach Dawn Hough can
This is also the week of the
cross country district meets,
with Plant City and Durant
heading to Sarasota along
with 15 other schools for the

Above, still easily identified by his blond Afro hairstyle, Carlos Valderrama (23) played the
midfield maestro for the Galactics throughout the game. Below, the agility of the Pumas goal-
keeper Javier Patino kept the Galactics at bay several times during the game.

keep playing," said Pumas
coach Eddie Santos, himself a
former professional player in
The Pumas won the game
by forfeit after a Galactics
player refused to remove his
jewelry for the game, as
required by league rules. The
two teams elected to play a
match anyway for the almost
200 fans that showed up at
Mike Sansone Park Oct. 18.
The Pumas next home
game is Nov. 1 at Sansone
Park against Carrollwood.
4A-4 meet.
And the Durant girls golf
squad has just completed
play at its second straight trip
to the state tournament.
Plant City's boys missed
out, coming in sixth at last
week's regional tournament
in Tarpon Springs.
Then again, so did the
heavily-favored Blooming-
dale boys, who had everyone
back from a third-place state
team but did not even make it
back. Bloomingdale finished
in third place behind Palm
Harbor U. and Plant and only
the top two teams advanced
to state.
Chad Ballantyne finished
with a 77 good for 11th in the
regional and Raider team-
mate Spencer Baldwin, also a
senior, had an 80 in his last

The agility of the Pumas goalkeeper Javier Patino kept the
Galactics at bay several times during the game.


Continued From Page 24
One thing that did not
come into focus is who will
represent 5A-5 in the playoffs,
that being the only district in
Plant City's region with any
mystery left. Gaither looked
like it had the title secured but
blew a 24-0 lead to Land 0'
Lakes last week.
Land 0' Lakes hosts Whar-
ton this week. If the Gators
win they are district champs
and Gaither would be the
runner-up. But if Wharton
wins there would be a three-
team tiebreaker on Monday
to determine who gets the
two playoff spots from 5A-5.
None of those teams has
more than two losses, another
reason why there may be
resentment from some over a
team with Plant City's record

already having locked up a
playoff spot.
The team that finishes first
stands to be a potential
second-round playoff oppo-
nent for the Raiders, who
would get to be at home for
that contest. Of course that's
provided Plant City can take
care of Lake Gibson first. The
Braves were very impressive
last week in a 33-13 road win
over No. 14-ranked Gaines-
ville Bucholz.
Bilal Powell, Lake Gibson's
standout running back, suf-
fered a broken hand last week
but his fill-in, Aaron Truedell,
ran for 223 yards on 27 car-
ries. Powell will be ready for
the playoffs, though.
"If you can stop him, and
'if is the operative word, you
stand a chance of beating
Lake Gibson," Kelley said.
Kickoff between the Raid-
ers and Bulls from Valrico is
Friday at 7:30 p.m.

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GILLEY Household
Unit 49 JEFFERY M.
MELTON Household
Unit 112 HELEN
MINSHEW Household
Unit 85 JAMES W.
SEELYE, JR. Household
Unit E-302 PRESTON
FOWLE Household
Unit D-227 PAUL
Unit E-320 IRA J. PARISH
91 Grey Caprice
Unit D-270 Terry Smith
This sale is being held to
satisfy a Landlord's Lien.
Jerry Ballard, Mamager
No:5425 10/26;11/2/2006
7/27; 8/3, 2006
Notice is hereby piven
that on November
01,2006 10am at
Rentlok Self Storage,
1205 S. Alexander St.,
Plant City, FL will con -
duct a sale for cash to
the highest bidder or
otherwise dispose of
the contents of rental
units leased to and be-
lieved to contain the fol -
UNIT 8733 Michael Cohen
These sales are being
held to satisy a
Landlord's lien.
In accordance with the
provisions of Florida
law, there being due
and unpaid charges for
which the undersigned
is entitled to satisfy an
owner's lien of the
goods hereinafter
described and stored at
Uncle Bob's Self Storage
located at: 1005 S.
Alexander St., Plant
City, Florida 33563.
813-759-9526. And, due
notice having been giv-
en, to the owner of said
property and all parties
rn.:.,,.n ic claim an in-
ter-.t inerein and the
im.- ipecified in such
nri,:t: i.:ir payment of
.:u, ri rh ing expired
3 ,:,,:, willl be sold
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.ove i~icted address to
ror hihnEst bidder or
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the highest bidder or
otherwise disposed of on
Friday November 3,
2006 at 3:00 PM.
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Furn Misc Items
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# 303 BATTS
Refig, Misc Items
# 150 LOCKER
# 146 REED
# 350 SMITH
Furn, TV'S
#336 CLAY
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Tools, Misc Items
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NO: 5423,10/26;11/2/2006

Pursuant to Ch 713.78
Below said vehicles to be
auctioned to satisfy tow-
ing and storage liens at:
302 E. Calhoun St
Plant City, Fl 33566
Phone: 813-754-6300
Friday November 10,
2006 at 12:00 NOON
1985 Ford PK
1992 Chevy SW
1998 Ford PK
1993 Pontiac 4dr
1994 Chrysler 4dr
1992 Pontiac 4dr
1998 Ford SW
1990 Dodge PK
2001 Nissan 4dr
1996 Ford SW
1989 Pontiac 2dr
1979 Ford Pk
1996 Nissan 4dr
1994 Chrysler 4dr
1992 Pontiac 2dr
2003 Yamaha MC
WHEREAS, in accord-
ance with Chapter 78,
Article IX, Plant City
Code, the Building In-
spector of the City of
Plant City did on July
19, 2006, issue a Notice
and Order of Condemna-
tion affecting the rem-
ises hereinafter descri-
bed, which Notice and
Order of Condemnation
was served in accord-
ance with Section 78-
724 Plant City Code, on
Catherine Deese, James
Lloyd Hobbs and
Kimberly Edwards
Gustafson, the owner of
said premises; and
WHEREAS, said owner
of said premises has
failed to comply with or
appeal from such order
within the time therein
fixed and the matter
was thereupon referred
to this City Commis-
sion; and
WHEREAS, this City
Commission afforded
the opportunity to Cath-
erine Deese, James
Lloyd Hobbs and
Kimberly Edwards
Gustafson to show
cause why such demoli-
tion and removal
should not be ordered
on October 23, 2006, in
the Sadye Gibbs Martin
Auditorium of the Net-
tie Berry Draughon Mu-
nicipal Building (City
Hall) in Plant City Flori-
da, and Catherine
Deese, James Lloyd
Hobbs and Kimberly
Edwards Gustafson
failed to appear before
this City Commission on
this date; and
WHEREAS, this City
Commission has fully
and carefully consid-
ered all the evidence in
this matter, including
the records of the Build-
ing Inspector, and being
fully advised in the
Section 1. In accord-
ance with Chapter 78,
Article IX, Plant City
Code, the City Commis-
sion hereby finds that
the building or struc-
ture located on:
Lots 3 and 4 Block 25,
Seminole Lake Estates,
according to the map or
plat thereof as record-

(( Legal Notices ))
ed in Plat Book 27, Page
20 of the Public Records
of Hillsborough County,
is by reason of deteriora-
tion, structural defects,
and improper design,
dangerous to surround-
ing buildings and the oc-
cupants thereof, a men-
ace to public health, a
fire hazard, and unsafe
so as to render the use
of public streets danger-
pus, and that said build-
ing or structure is deter-
iorated and defective to
such an extent that the
cost of restoration or re-
pair would exceed 50%
of the value of such
building or structure af-
ter such repair or resto-
ration; and said build-
ing or structure is there-
by a nuisance as de-
fined in Chapter 78, Arti-
cle IX, Plant City Code,
and is subject to con-
demnation in conformi-
ty with the provisions
of said article.
Section 2. The City
Commission further
finds that the said own-
er has failed to show by
competent evidence,
that the said building or
structure does not con-
stitute a nuisance as de-
fined in said chapter, or
that a constitutional
right has been violated.
Section 3. That the No-
tice and Order of Con-
demnation issued by
the Building Inspector
of the City of Plant City
on July 19, 2006, is here-
by sustained and af-
firmed, and that the
said owner shall have
thirty (30) days from
the date of this resolu-
tion within which to
comply with said notice
and order. That upon
failure of Catherine
Deese, James Lloyd
Hobbs and Kimberly
Edwards Gustafson to
comply with said notice
and order within said
time, the City Manager
shall thereupon demol-
ish and remove such
building or structure by
independent contractor
submitting the lowest
and best bid therefore
and the costs thereof
shall be reported to the
City Commission for as-
sessment against the re-
al property upon which
such costs were incur-
Section 4. That the City
Clerk shall forthwith fur-
nish a copy of this reso-
lution, by certified mail
to Catherine Deese,
3343 Nichols Road,
Lithia, FL 33547, James
Lloyd Hobbs 203 Semi-
nole Lake Blvd. Plant
City FL 33563 and
Kimberly Edwards
Gustafson, 203 Semi-
nole Lake Blvd., Plant
City, FL 33563.
Section 5. A copy of
this resolution shall be
posted on the property
located at 203 Seminole
Lake Blvd.
Section 6. The City
Clerk shall publish a
copy of this resolution
in the Courier issue of
October 26 2006.
Adopted by the City
Commission on October
23, 2006.
s/John L. Dicks
s/Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form and

s/ Kenneth W. Buchma
City Attorney
NO: 5441 Oct 26, 2006
WHEREAS, in accordance
with Chapter 78, Article
IX, Plant City Code, the
Building Inspector of the
City of Plant City did on
July 7, 2006, issue a No-
tice and Order of Con-
demnation affecting the
premises hereinafter de-
scribed which Notice
and Order of Condemna-
tion was served in ac-
cordance with Section
78-724, Plant City Code,
on Ford L. Peterman,
Alvertta Clark, Patricia
Spranger and Jack
Peterman, the owners of
said premises; and
WHEREAS, said owner of
said premises has failed
to comply with or appeal
from such order within
the time therein fixed,
and the matter was
thereupon referred to
this City Commission;
WHEREAS, this City Com-
mission afforded the op-
portunity to Ford L.
Peterman, Alvertta
Clark, Patricia Spranger


(( Legal Notices J) (( Legal Notices ))
and Jack Peterman to RESOLUTION N 0.
show cause why such 229-2006
demolition and removal -
should not be ordered on A RESOLUTION PROVID-
October 23, 2006, in the ING NOTICE OF PRO-
Sadye Gibbs Martin Au- POSED ENACTMENT OF
ditorium of the Nettie AN ORDINANCE BY THE
Berry Draughon Munici- CITY COMMISSION OF
pal Building (City Hall) in THE CITY OF PLANT
PlantCitylorida, and CITY, FLORIDA, AS RE-
Alvertta Cark, Patricia 66041 FLORIDASTAT
Spranger and Jack UTES AND OTHER AP-
Peterman failed toap- PLICABLE LAW.
ear before this City
Commission on this date; WHEREAS, this City
and Commission has on this
WHEREAS, this City Co- date read for first read-
mission has fuitdCom- ing the proposed ordi-
mission has ful'and nance hereinafter refer-
carefully consi ered all red to; now therefore
the evidence in this mat-
ter, including the records BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
of the Building Inspector, CITY COMMISSION OF
and being fully advised THE CITY OF PLANT
in the premises, CITY, FLORIDA:
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Section 1. As required
CITY COMMISSION OF by Section 166.041, Flori-
THE CITY OF PLANT da Statutes, and other
CITY, FLORIDA: applicable law the City
Commission of the City
Section 1. In accordance of Plant City, Florida,
with Chapter 78, Article does hereby give notice
IX Plant City Code, the of the proposed enact
Cty Commssinereby ment of an ordinance
finds that the building or entitled:
structure located on:
Lot 4 Block 7, Orange AN ORDINANCE OF THE
Lot 4, Block, Orange CITY OF PLANT CITY,
Court No.2 Subdivision, FLORIDA CREATING AR-
according to the map or TICLE Vill OF CHAPTER
plat thereof as recorded 30, PLANT CITY CODE,
in Plat Book 3r1, age 56 TO PROVIDE FOR HAZ-
of the Public Records of ARDOUS MATERIAL
Hillsborough County, EMERGENCY RESPONSE
is by reason of deteriora- VIDINGFORSEVEABILI-
tion, structural defects, FOY AN EFFECTIVEIDING
and improper design, DATE.N EFFECTIVE
dangerous to surround- DT
ing buildings and the oc- The proposed enact-
cupants thereof, amen- ment of said ordinance,
ace to public health, a following second read-
fire hazard, and unsafe ing, shad be considered
so as to render the use of y the City Commission
public streets danger- at its meeting in the
ous, and that said build- Sadye Gibbs Martin Au-
ing or structure is deter- ditorium of the Nettle
iorated and defective to Bern Draughon Munici-
such an extent that the pal Building 302 West
cost of restoration or re- Reynolds Street (City
pair would exceed 50% Ha l), Plant City, Fori-
of the value of such da on November 13,
building or structure af- 20a6, at 7:30op.m., or as
ter such repair or resto- so therafterasthe
ration; and said building matter ma abe heard,
or structure is thereby a at which time interest-
nuisance as defined in ed parties and citizens
Chapter 78 Article IX, may appear and be
Plant City Code, and is heard with respect to
subject to condemnation the proposed ordi-
in conformity with the nanceprop.
provisions of said article. nance.
Section 2. The City Co Section 2.All persons
miSection fur The City Conds are advised thatif a per-
that the said owner has son decides to apeal
failed to show b compe- any decision ma by
tent evidence, that the the City Commission

been violated, re that a verbatim re-
record of the proceed-

Section 3. That the No- sormad of the roceedings
twice and Order of Con- includes the testimony
demnation issued by the and evidence upon
Building Inspector of the which the appeal is to
City of Plan City on July be based
7, 2006, is hereby sus-
tained and affirmed, and Section 3. In accord-
that the said owner shall dance with the Ameri-
havethirty (30)days cans with Disabilities
from the date of this res- Act, any person with a
solution within which to disability requiring rea-
comply with said notice sonabie accommoda-
and order. That upon tion in order to partici-
failure of Ford L. pate in this meeting
Peterman, Alvertta should call the City
Clark, Patricia Spranger Clerk at (813) 659-420
and Jack Peterman to at least 48 hours prior
comply with said notice to the public hearing.
and order within said
time, the City Manager Section 4. The pro-
shall thereupon demolish osed ordinance may
and remove such build- -e inspected by the pub-
ng or structure by inde- lic atthe office of the
pendent contractor sub- City Clerk at the Nettie
hitting the lowest and Berry Draughon Munici-
best bid therefore and a01 Buildin 302 West
the costs thereoshall be os et
reported to the City eynoldstreet, Plant
Commission for assess- City, Florida.
ment against the real Section 5. This resolu-
propery upon which Stio T r
such costs were incur- tion, as notice of the
suc costs were incur- proposed enactment of
red. saidordinance shall be
Section 4. Thatthe City published in the Couri-
Clerk shall forthwith fur- issue of October 26,
nish a copy of this reso- 2006.
lution, by certified mail Adopted by the City
to FordL Peterman, Commission on October
Alvertta Clark, Patricia 23,2006
Spranger and Jack '
Peterman, 1804 N. s/John L. Dicks
Barnes Street, Plant City, Mayor-Commissioner
Florida 33563.
Section 5. A copy of this ATTEST:
resolution shall be post- s/ Virginia L Helper
ed on the property locat- City Clerk
ed at 1003 King Street.
Aproved as to form and
Section 6. The City Clerk Approved as to form and
shall publish a co of correctness:
this resolution in m s//Kenneth W. Buchman
Courier issue of October City Attorney
26, 2006.
Adopted by the City NO:5439 Oct 26,2006
Commission on October "
23, 2006.
s/ John L. Dicks
s/ Virinia L. Helper
City C lerk
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Stonelake Ranch proves to be a hidden treasure for buyers with a dream of estate living in a private, majestic natural setting.


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Homebuyers in the Tampa Bay area have
admired Stonelake Ranch for its serene, rolling
hills, estate-sized home sites and the feeling of
being at one with nature. Its status as the only
community on Lake Thonotosassa, the largest
lake in Hillsborough County, has also been a
draw for lovers of water sports and tranquil
water views. Residents have the option to
build their dream home on the lake itself,
along the Otter Lake bird sanctuary or on the
numerous canals and estuaries that traverse
this sprawling community.
Now, the developers of Stonelake Ranch
are offering homebuyers another exceptional
waterfront living option. They are creating a
35-acre private lake in the northeast portion

Picturesque settings abound at every turn throughout the 685-
acre community.
of the community, with eight home sites
directly fronting the water. These sites will
range from two to three acres in size -
plenty of room to design guest quarters,
build a private horse stable on the property
or develop an expansive country estate with
room to grow. Twelve surrounding lots,
ranging in size from 1.5 to more than three
acres, will also offer views of the lake. Prices
for home sites in this area will begin in
the $400's.

Developers plan to officially dub the new
body of water Hendry Lake, in honor of the
well-known Hendry family, who owned and
operated the property when it served as a cattle
and citrus ranch. It is because of the Hendry's
care of the nearly 700-acre parcel, and their
dedication to preserving the natural beauty
of the area, that Stonelake Ranch is such a
distinctive community today.
While Hendry Lake's 35-acre size and 10-
12 foot depth make it a beautiful addition to
the landscape, motorized watercraft will not be
allowed to operate on this private lake. Rather,
it will serve as a peaceful escape for residents
who enjoy canoeing, kayaking and fishing. For
lovers of boating and skiing, Lake Thonotosassa
is an ideal location, and the community boat
launch provides direct access to the larger
lake. An on-site community storage area will
also provide residents with secure options for
stowing their boats, equipment and trailers.
Home sites surrounding Hendry Lake
create the feeling of being deep in the
countryside, as they affront approximately
100 acres of pristine open meadow, ideal
for horseback riding, hiking or observing
the community's abundant native birds and
wildlife. However, Stonelake Ranch is located
a short 10-minute drive from 1-4, just East of
1-275, a location which is very convenient to
all of the Tampa Bay area.
Stonelake Ranch is a 685-acre community,
and fewer than 150 home sites will be created
with generous lot sizes from 1.5 to more
than eight acres. With its scenic landscape,
large home sites and desirable location, the
community is an idyllic setting for those who
want to be close to nature, yet close to the city.
There are currently more than 25 luxury homes
under construction in Stonelake Ranch, with
the first completed in spring of 2006. Home
sizes at Stonelake Ranch begin at 3,000 square
feet for interior sites and 3,500 square feet for

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For water lovers, liviMng on Lake Thonotosassa and Lake Hendry is a
dream come true.

waterfront sites, with grand estates reaching
15,000 square feet. Home site prices range
from the $300's to more than $1 million.
Stonelake Ranch is being developed by
Charles Funk and Jeff Meehan, who also
developed the successful Arbor Greene
community in New Tampa. Stonelake Ranch is
located off the McIntosh Road exit of Interstate
4, just 10 minutes from downtown Tampa. For
more information, call (813) 986-0062 or visit
us online at www.stonelakeranch.com. The
Sales Center is open from 10:00 a.m. 5:00
p.m. Monday through Saturday and from
12:00 5:00 p.m. on Sunday.

Homes of distinction grace the exclusive Stonelake community.