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Celebrating the unveiling at First United Methodist Church were Briggs, left, who
created the artwork, Maida Pou and the Rev. Earl Smith.

A Gift

Of Faith

First United Methodist Church cele-
brated the heart of the late William
"Billy" Pou and the artistry of John
Briggs earlier this month at a Sunday
evening service to unveil two murals in
the church's sanctuary.
Depicting scenes from the early life of Christ, the
13-by-6-foot murals took more than year to
complete. They were commissioned by Pou 18
months ago in honor of his wife, Maida. William Pou
died Nov. 27, 2005. He was 82.
"When I first came to this church 16 months ago, I
was told John Briggs had been commissioned to do
some artwork for the church," the Rev. Earl Smith
told the congregation at the service. "I thought of
paintings in the hall, but then someone told me to
'think bigger Earl.' John did an incredible job," said
Smith, pointing to the murals that flanked the altar.
Briggs said it was a privilege to be chosen for the
"It was a real honor to be picked for this project.
Thank you to everyone who helped along the way,"
Briggs said.
"It comes with a guarantee that it was not painted
by numbers" Briggs said to raucous laughter from the
Thanking Briggs for his work, William Pou's son,
Bill, said the Nov. 20 unveiling came at a special time.
"My dad would have been 83 tomorrow."
Rick Norman, chairman of the church council,
officially dedicated the murals.
"We accept these murals as a sacred trust. We
dedicate these gifts to the glory of God," Norman

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Lights of Love Tree Lighting
The eighth annual Lights of
Love Tree Lighting, co-spon-
sored by the South Florida
Baptist Hospital Foundation
and the city of Plant City, will
take place Nov. 30 at 6:45 p.m.
at McCall Park, 100 N. Collins
St. Families can come from 5:
30 to 7:30 p.m. to have photos
taken with Santa Claus.
Last year's event raised
$20,000 and organizers hope
to bring in around the same
this year.
"It's a nice event for the-
whole family that kicks off hol-
iday season," said Judy Martin,
executive director of the South
Florida Baptist Hospital Foun-
dation. "Christmas and chil-
dren go hand in hand and it's
a nice way to remember some-
one who has passed away,"
added Martin, who said
money raised from the event
ni the past helped fund the
hospital's new new pedatric
Admission and parking are
free; photos with Santa Claus
are $5. Proceeds from the
event will benefit the hospi-
tal's pediatric department.
Call: Judy Martin, 757-8478.

Nominate a great garden
The Plant City Garden Club
is seeking nominations for its
Garden of the Year. Know a
green thumb out there who
deserves recognition for their
work in the garden? Call the
club to nominate your garden
of the year. The winner will be
announced next month in The
Courier. Call: Cassandra Ban-
ning, 759-1638.

Miss Heart of Plant City
The Miss Heart of Plant City
Scholarship Pageant will host
a registration Dec. 2 in the
Ramada Plantation House's
Twelve Oaks Room, 2011 N.
Wheeler St., for Little and
Junior Miss from 10 to 11 a.m.;
Teen. Miss, L, to noon;' Miss,
noori,,to 1 'p.m Photos- will be
taken for thepageant program
and contestants are advised to
come prepared. The pageant,
open to ages 5 to 24, will be
Feb. 17 at Tomlin Middle
Information: www.misshea- or call 478-
8873 or 986-2799.

Fruit cake sales
The Plant City Cornerstone
Center Inc. is taking orders for
holiday fruit cakes and
You may place an order for
homemade fluit cakes and/or
1-pound oafgs-. of- pecans,
halves.or.pieces.. ? ;
The cot'r for a 5-pond-cake
is $39.95 each or $ 24.95 for a
half cake. A 1-pound cake is
$12.95. The cost for 1 pound of
pecan halves or 1 pound uf.
pecan pieces i, $8. Shipping is
available at etxua cost. Youwill,
be called when the cakes are..
ready ,tQbe picked up or deli-
ered. Call 752-9225 or 752-
2659 to place yourorder can
also order online atwww.plan-.
The Cornerstone Center
was home to the First Baptist
Church of Plant City from the,
early 1920s through 1993. The
center has-hosted events from
weddings to funerals for
generations. 'The center, is
committed- to, restoring' the
historicobuilding. 1 ,.

Midtown Plan Spurs Interest



Consultant hIed by the
city to coit-ider groxih and
development ideas for an
exien.-ion of the historic
downtown, referred to as
midtooiwn presented prel'mi-
i'fil \ ,ei, inoii No.\. 1 4
Donald Shockey. a senior
planner for the Miami Beach
office of EDAW. an
international urban design
company, made the presen-
ation at th[lie First United
Nlethodist Church's Wesley
Shorckei and his colleagues
discussed three possibilities_
for the area bordered by the
histonc district on the north.
\Wheel-r street to the west,
Collins Street on the east and
Alobrook Street to the
About 40 people, many of
them city employees, real
estate developers and
commercial land owners
spent about txvo hours dis-
cussing the plans.
"We are not saying that any
of these scenarios are what
this area wWll look like."
Shocked laid "'We are offering
these plans to \ou and to the
city as possible plans to draw
.- The. plans dJ-cicused, ',, ritd1
in .and design. They
all combined greenscapes,
residential and commercial
prrperti-s and some change,
in thle ejMI,_ng road\xay\>.
"The proposed plans would
extend the downtown core
area south of
the railroad "' ""
tracks and "I
create a new
c e nter ,
S h o c I. e x .
said. :
lihe c ity .
o\\ns a field
%\ h e r e
W\heelet and Sollenberger
Exers streets,
conierge, just nor th of Ala-
bama Street. Purchatsing
property around that field
could allow the city to create a
centrally located green space
for the midtoin\-i area.
"Sara.ota fIaced a similar
development in the down-
toiwn core 15 yeais ago." said
Cir NlManage:r David ''rolen-
berger. xliio \\as city manager
there for 10 years,. It is often
flie responsiibilt of thie city
to plant the seed' of develop-


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Donald Shockey, a senior planner for EDAW, an international
community planning company hired by the city, made a presen-
tation to about 40 people interested in the development plans
for the proposed midtown area of Plant City.

meant. That way the private
sector ha, confidence the
plan \ill be -,usitained."
Shocked also mentioned a
municipal building, such as a
ne%\ library or the proposed
veterans menmo ial, could be
considered to anchor mid-

The city i. ha- recently
implemented a citivide
library impact fee and iN con-
sidering expan_-ion or reloca-
uon ats possible steps
regarding the future ot the
"A new central library in
midtown. replacing the cur-
rent library, is certainly some-
thing to consider," said Anne
Haywood. the director of the
Bruton Memorial Library. at
the public meeting
A eachh for a -,uitable place
for the \tteran;in memoriJal
recently centered on the ci\
hail pdrkinl lot just soiitLh oIt
Baker Sueet.
\\lile city commissioner.
agreed to the placement, new
thinking suggest- midtown
mai\ bte movie appiopiiate.

"Ihe city and the search
committee will consider all
possibilitie-.," Dickl said "But
we have set Nov. 11. 2007. for
the unveibng and \ve do not
want to postpone o1 delay
that schedule."
actuallyy developing the
area faces some difficulty due
to die fact the area has about
150 property o\\ners who
would have to get involved in
the project.
"Our task is to ,,how models
of what could be done in the
area conMideied.' Shocke\
said Other forces \\ill be
necesarv tto create thle actual
development "
One force that would onlI
be- considered as a last resort
by the city would be the ise of
imminent domain
"That tiuld be done. onl\
it all other option, fail.
\ldOI c ohn Dicki\s :aid "And
it W\\o1ld not be done except
for ciy use, ~ Iuch .a-s. for a
park or street extension-."
Actual development of the
area could take from 20
\eais, citm officials :aid.

Nativity Scene Returns To Downtown

The nativity scene drew national attention
S Staff Report last year when it was removed by city officials,
Staff Report citing the separation of church and state. A
The nativity scene that was erected in McCall compromise engineered by Mayor John Dicks
Park last year and caused such a ruckus in 2005 saw the display back up a few days later. City
will go up again this. year with much less commissioners later voted to set up a "limited
political fanfare. public forum" in McCall Park.
The scene, which consists of images of Mary, Pat Hartnett; one of the original members of
Joseph and the baby Jesus, three wise men, two Friends of Christmas, said the group was very
sheep and a burro, was plannedto be erected happy the city permit for the display was
Nov. 29 in the historic-district downtown park., renewed this year. -
The group that put the scenie,,ogether,Friefids "It means a lot to us and manyfothers to be
of Christmas, want it to be ready for-t4h~eo583O able to carry the real meaning of Christmas, to
rights iof, Love ilighting.roft the iMcGallb.Park' 'theeommun.ity.'' .' Iv ,. -.v.. F.. t. ., .i.rI



Carol Kline at Opry
The Florida Opry will host
Carol Kline at it's next show,
Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. at the 1914
Plant City High School Com-
munity Center, 605 N. Collins
St. Kline is the first cousin of
the late Patsy Kline and has
performed at the MGM Grand
in Las Vegas. Also on the bill
are Mountain Joy from North
Carolina, Ken McWilliams &
the Nashville Band and Tina
Dallman. General admission
tickets are $12 at the door or
in advance at Family and
Friends Antiques and Collect-
ibles, 1304 S. Collins St.
Season tickets are $125. Call:

County mulls water limits
Hillsborough County Com-
missioners have scheduled a
public hearing next month to
consider returning to once-a-
week lawn watering restric-
Prompted by a decision by
Tampa Bay Water to declare
water shortage, commission-
ers authorized the county
,attorney's office to draft an
ordinance that would tighten
the restrictions.
According to Tampa Bay
Water, rainfall averages for
the past six months are 10
inches below what they
should be.
The public hearing is
scheduled for Dec. 6 in the
county commission's boar-
droom, second floor, County
Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd.
For more information
about the restrictions, call
275-7094 for a recorded mes-
sage, visit www.hillsboroughc and click on
the "Restrictions & Conserva-
tion" button, or call the Water
Conservation Team at 274-.
6800 during regular business

Crafts, baked good sale
Only quality, like-new
items, arts and crafts, baked
goods and plants will be
offered at thed annual South
Florida Baptist Hospital park-
ing lot sale Dec. 2 from 7 a.m.
to noon at Century 21 parking
lot, 1905 W. Baker St.
Proceeds will benefit the
hospital's Team Member
Emergency Assistance Fund.
No% 30 is last day to plartici-
pate as a vendor. Call: Candy
Greene. 754-1'2258.

'Christian Living' class at HCC
Faith Family Outreach
Church of Plant City is spon-
soring "God's Prescription for
Depression, Discouragement
and Disappointment" Dec. 3
'at 5 p.m. at the Trinkle'Build-
,mg on the Plant City campus
of Hillsborough Community
College, 1206 N. Park Road.
Psychologist Pauline M.
Rivers, director of Victorious
Christian Living," a Bible-
study ministry at Faith Family
Outreach, will lead the ses-
sion. Information: 759-0260
or e-mail the Rev. Reggie
Rivers at pastors@ffocp-
'Forever Plaid'
auditions on tap
Plant City Entertainment
will have auditions for
-. "Forever Plaid" Dec. 4-5 at 7
p.rm. at HCC's Trinkle Build-
Sing,, 1206 N. Park.Road. Cal-
lbackl will be Dec. 7.
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Christmas crafts sale
Grace United Methodist Church,, 1801 E.
Cherry St., plans its Candy Cane Lane craft
and Christmas item sale Dec. 1-2 from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. Call: 659-3718 or 752-8065.

Garden club plans cards, games
The Plant City Garden Club will host its
annual card and games party and luncheon
Dec. 1 from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will
be door prizes for all and the cost is $15 per
person. Call: Liz Miller, 754-6659.

Winter lights spectacular
There will be a Christmas walk through
Dec. 1 from 5 to 10 p.m. at McCall Park, 100
N. Collins St., with face painting, a space
walk, craft vendors, refreshments and
On Dec. 2 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. there will
be live entertainment, refreshments and
nearly 12 tons of snow.
Call: Stephen Rossiter, 659-4200, Ext.

Christmas bazaar
The Lakes clubhouse, Sam Allen Road
and State Road 39, will be the site of a
Christmas bazaar and white elephant sale
Dec. 2 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Call: 754-3745.

Plant City Bike Fest
Bikers and motorcycle fans will gather in
downtown Plant City to enjoy food and
products from more than 70 vendors and
sponsors Dec. 2 from 5 to 9 p.m. by the
Plant City Train Depot, 102 N. Palmer St.
Information: 754-3707 or www.plantci-

Tasty treats
First United Methodist Church on Moo-
re's Lake Road in Dover will host a dinner
in the church's fellowship hall Dec. 2 from
4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
The menu will include roast beef or ham,
mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, cole-
slaw, rolls, dessert, tea of coffee. The cost is
$6.50 per person and $2.50 per child.
Call: Nell Bowdoin, 659-1138.

Miracle of Love luncheon
The Plant City Christian Women's Club
plans its Miracle of Love luncheon and pro-
gram Dec. 5 at 11:30 a.m. at Walden Lake Golf
& Country Club on Clubhouse Drive. For res-
ervations and complimentary nursery, call
Carol, 759-1708, or Dianne, 659-3487.

Open house
Remedi Spa & Chiropractic Center, 1701
S. Alexander St., plans its annual holiday
open house Dec. 8.Call: 752-2440.

Teen Night
Planteen Teen Night for ages 12-15 will
take place Dec. 8 from 7 to 11 p.m. at the
Planteen Recreation Center, 301 Dort St.
Cost: $5 per person.
Information: 659-4200, Ext. 4311, or

Antiques street fair
The Historic Plant City Downtown Mer-
chants and Business Association will play
host to an antiques fair Dec. 9 from 8 a.m.
to 3 p.m. in the parking lot at Reynolds and
Palmer streets. Information: 717-7731.

'A Christmas Prayer'
Members of Eastside Baptist Church,
1318 E. Calhoun St., will perform the
musical-"A Christmas Prayer" Dec. 9-10 at 6
p.m. Call: 754-2681.

Black & Gold Ball
The Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation
Center's Black & Gold Ball is set for Dec. 9
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the center, 1601 E.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. The holiday
celebration will include food and dancing
for adults only. Cost: $10 per person to
benefit Plant City Panthers youth basket-
ball. Information: 757-9195 or


Picks of the Week

Photo courtesy of the East Hillsborough Art Guild

Christmas art show
The East Hillsborough Art Guild will host A Christmas Showing of Fine Art Dec. 7
from 5 to 7 p.m. at Walden Lake Country Club, 2001 Clubhouse Drive. The event will
feature wine, cheese and music and a chance to meet the artists. It is sponsored by
the Tampa Electric Co., Bill Heard Chevrolet and the art guild. Above, Danny Wilkes,
the retiring regional director of TECO, left, with the new regional director, Doug
Driggers, and his wife, Donna, at last year's show. Call: 986-2966 or 719-6533.

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Photo courtesy of Bobi & Leah Lopez

Cartooning workshop
A cartooning workshop with Leah Lopez for ages 5 to 15 will take place Dec. 2 at 10
a.m. at Bruton Memorial Library, 302 McLendon St. Materials will be provided.
Above, Lopez leads a workshop earlier this year in Brandon. Call: 757-9215.

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Raider Band fundraiser
The Plant City High School Raider Band plans a spaghetti dinner fundraiser and free
concert Dec. 6. The dinner will be from 5 to 7 p.m. with a concert to follow at Plant
City High, 1 Raider Place. The $5 meal includes spaghetti, bread, salad and a drink.
Call: Heather Kiffner, 754-7355.

See CALENDAR, Page 26



Plant City,
Walden Lake com-
munity yard sale,
Charleston Woods
Court, Dec. 2 starting
at 7:30 a.m.
Miscellaneous items.
Plant City, 3305
Joe Sanchez Road,
Dec. 2. starting at 8
a.m. Household,
baby items, chil-
dren's clothes and
miscellaneous items.
# Antioch/Knights
area, 7320 Dormany
Loop, Dec. 2 from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Suzuki
computer desk, dish
TV, clothing, crafting
materials, candles,
Plant City,
Walden Lakes, 2404
Clubhouse Drive,
Dec. 2, 8 a.m. to 1
p:m. Baby, household
items, clothes.

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

PCHS 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.

Plant City Rotary
The Plant City Noonday
Rotary Club meets Mondays
at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St. Call:
Steve Saloman, 299-2233.

Turkey Creek Class of 1961
The Turkey Creek High
School Class of 1961 meets for
dinner on the first Thursday
of each month at 6:30 p.m. at
BuddyFreddys, 1101 Goldfinch
Drive. Call: Elaine Rogers
(Rodgers) Lister, 752-0118.

Ballroom dance lessons
Ballroom dance lessons for
beginners are held at the
Ramada Plantation House Red
Rose Dining Room, 2011 N.
Wheeler St., Monday and Tues-
day evenings from 7 to 9. Cost
$10 per person/per lesson. Call:
Susan Stanton, (863) 604-5060.

VFW Post 4590
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 4590 meets every first
and third Thursday of the
. month at 7 p.m. at 3709 E.
U.S. 92. Call: 754-7880.

PCHS Class of 1955
The Plant City High
School Class of 1955 meets
the third Tuesday of each
month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's
Market Restaurant, 1401 W.
Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd.

Network Professionals
Network Professionals of
Plant City Inc. meets Thursdays
from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Chi-
cano's, 110 E. Reynolds St. Call:
Michael Gottesman: 754-3183.
See CLUBS, Page 15

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Nominate Your Person of the Year

The Courier is looking for nominations for a "Pv-rron of the Year" award. Nominee- can be individuals or small groups who are
making a difference in Plant Ciry- those- who have made a long-term commitment to improving the quahit\ of iite in the commu-

All nominations are w welcome.
An awards comminee x-UJ make the final decision on a winner.
The recipient \\ill be announced next month in The Courier.
Send your nominations bi fax. 865-44-49. e-nmal. kbrad\ or mail. Person of the Year. The Courier. 101 N.
\Vheeler St.. Plant City. Fl. 33563.

Elderly Drivers Need To Be Retested

ichard Murray wasn't killed by a drunken driver
or a teenager out for a high-speed joyride in a
stolen car. The tragic death of Richard Murray
last week was the result of a crash with an 80-
year-old who pulled a Buick sedan directly into the
path of his motorcycle at Collins Street and West
Prosser Drive.

According to police reports,
the elder driver was cited for
failure to give Murray the right
of way.
Justified or not, it happens
whenever a senior citizen driver
is involved in a fatal crash: People
start to wonder out loud if elderly
drivers as a group are a danger
to others on the road.
It was the lyrics of the 1960's
- "having fun, fun, fun, 'til
daddy takes the T-Bird away" -
that immortalized the love of
cars. But as boomers age into
grandparents, the question is
becoming, when do you take
daddy's license away?
It caused me think about my
father. On the day of his 78th
birthday he decided to not renew
his driver's license. He had been
driving since the 1930s and his




decision to give up driving
required personal sacrifice.
My dad was an independent
sort; he transported himself to
the store, the doctor and just
about any other place he

wanted to go. I know he gave
up a good measure of indepen-
dence that day.
I'll admit the last time Irode
with him I was nervous. My dad
made a few calls that brought
my hands to the dashboard and
forced me to realize the impor-
tance of strapping on my
seatbelt. So, though it was a sad
day, I was relieved he decided to
quit driving. But he is not alone
in making a courageous
decision like this. The truth is
most senior citizens know when
it's time to quit driving.
But what about those who
You recognize them on the
road; hunched behind the steer-
ing wheel as they weave slowly
down the street like a drunk
driver, searching for the road
ahead. Those inexorable forces
of biology that converge on the
elderly driver, driving slower
than the rest of traffic, mean-
dering down the road, left-turn
signal blinking continuously.
So why don't we have laws to
protect us from motorist who
are physically impaired?
Can we move into a politi-
cally touchy area?

Politicians are vividly aware
that senior citizens vote; so
elected officials are reluctant to
arouse the anger of older voters
with any legislative action
leveled against them. Much like
the politicians at election time,
I live in fear that I'll be hit by a
cane or whacked by a walker
for my views on elderly driving.
But isn't it time Florida
lawmakers act for the good of*
all citizens by enacting new
drivers license requirements
for elderly drivers?
Yes, but wait a minute.
Here's the critical question:
When are drivers too old to get
behind the wheel? Answer: There
is no answer. I don't mean to be
smart. But the fact is some people
are just as capable behind the
wheel at 65 as some who are 18.
And by capable, I mean they see
well enough, react quickly
enough and think clearly.
Remember Eddie Richter?
Well, he's the 67-year-old
senior citizen who took part in
a police-sponsored driving
contest at the Citizen's Police
Academy, driving against kids

See LOFSTROM, Page 16

Merry Christmas'Makes A Comeback

hear Christmas is making a comeback this year.
Seriously. "Season's Greetings!" is out and "Merry
Christmas!" is back in. Corporate directives, I
understand, have reinstated "Merry Christmas" as

the go-to holiday howdy.

Retail revenues have been
sagging- God forbid and in an
effort to increase positive cash
flow, the Savior of the world
himself has been fingered as just
the man or baby- for the job.
Nice to know the Almighty is
en vogue again, even if it's
really just the almighty dollar.
My personal take on this little
dance we do every December is
likely not what most of you might
expect in this space. If some store
clerk wants to counter my "Merry
Christmas" with his or her
"Happy Holidays," I say no
problem. Keep those secular
salutations rolling for all I care -
it's not as if God really needs the
corporate sponsorship.
Or maybe in your jingle-bell
world God does? To hear some
people talk you'd think Jesus
wants us to buy all those extra
luxuries, increase our consumer
debt and spread around a little
extra seasonal coin. Surely if
Mary and Joseph had put away a
few extra shekels they'd have
skipped the cow pen and headed
directly for the nearest mall?
Seriously though, I'm not
comfortable with any holiday
greeting either required or pre-


endorsed by store ownership. If
all Sally-Jane at check-out lane
14 feels is a "Happy Holidays"
welling up inside her then that's
exactly what I want to hear --
even if the Pope himself is store
manager. I don't need to be
Merry-Christmased by anyone
who's uncomfortable with faith.
The older I get the more I've
come to value authenticity, and
there's already more than
enough tinsel wrapped around
my Jesus, thank you very much.
By the same token, if Joey on
aisle 15 is flying the "go-God"
banner full tilt, his timely "God

bless you" doesn't'need to be
muzzled by the politically
correct. This is America, good
grief, and if we can't be honest
about faith around Christmas
then we might as well pack up
the Bill of Rights and return to
pre-Reformation Europe.
Later this week it's going to
be December. I absolutely love
all the advent preparation, but
I'd much rather see evidence of
Christ's coming in the way we
all live than hear a contrived
increase in obligatory nods to
Christian faith punctuate the
cha-ching cha-ching of the
Christmas machine.
Last week, for example,
several hundred members of
my church spent two fun-filled
hours purchasing animals in a
creative gift market. The event
was designed to send livestock
and education to needy families
in Honduras, Guatemala,
Afghanistan and Appalachia.,
Talk about a hoot.
Different ministry teams
competed with one another to
sell the most animals. Rabbits,
lamas, pigs, cows, goats,
chickens, water buffalo, even
bee hives. Children buzzing
around in costume, leaders
impersonating old goats,
ministers dressed as pigs.
The good folk over at the
Brandon Chick-fil-A sent a guy
in a cow suit, sold 250 meals,
then turned around and donated
100 percent of the money they

collected to the cause.
This year, because we're all
trying desperately hard not to
confuse the celebration of
Christ's birth with our growing
obsession with shiny posses-
sions, about $20,000 worth of
animals are now going to help
rebuild the economy in several
small villages. It's a gift guaran-
teed to radically change the
lives and fortunes of literally
hundreds of families.
Heifer International,, don't just ship
livestock, they send aid workers
to train entire communities in
animal husbandry. It's one of the
most creative relief efforts in the
world, and if you're one of those
people who like to see exactly
what your charitable dollar is
doing, I can recommend the
program 100 percent.
December, then, is shaping
up to be joy-filled, action-
packed and opportunity-ridden.
The need in this world-and our
community is tremendous,
overwhelming at times, but
today our ability to address both
the root causes and the obvious
symptoms of poverty and
despair are unprecedented.
I'll leave it for the prophet
Jeremiah, writing about 580 B.C.,
to set the context for the coming
celebrations. "Surly I know the
plans I have for you, says the
Lord, plans for your welfare and
not for harm, to give you a future
with hope." Jeremiah 29:11

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The following incidents
were reported to the Plant
City Police Department Nov.
Nov. 3
3 a.m., vehicle burglary,
3900 block Creekwoods Drive
1:45 p.m., vehicle burglary,
1500 block South Alexander
4:21 p.m., retail theft, 600
block North Maryland
6 p.m., vehicle burglary,
1500 block East Warren Street
10:46 p.m., drug investiga-
tion, South Franklin/West Ball
11:05 p.m., DUI, Alsobrook/
Coronet streets
Nov. 4
3:18 a.m., DUI, Turkey
Creek/Lykes roads
4 p.m., grand theft, 2700
block Airport Road
4 p.m., criminal mischief,
100 block North Alexander
7 p.m., grand theft, 2200
block Village Park Road
11:10 p.m., commercial
burglary, 300 block East Cal-
houn Street
11:59 p.m., criminal mis-
chief, 700 block West Also-
brook Street

Nov. 5
12:24 a.m., criminal mis-
chief, 2801 James L. Redman
12:45 a.m., commercial
burglary, 0-100 block Lake
4:28 p.m., battery, Park
Springs Circle
6:17 p.m., criminal mis-
chief, 800 block West Warren
7 p.m., criminal mischief,
200 block West Alexander
9:09 p.m., criminal mis-
chief, 900 block East Warren
10:15 p.m., battery, 4614
State Road 574
Nov. 6
4 a.m., criminal mischief,
3200 block Azalea Blossom
7 a.m., vehicle burglary,
4600 block Lykes Road
11 a.m., battery, Maryland
Avenue/East Ohio Street
4 a.m., retail theft, 2600
block James L. Redman Park-
4:15 a.m., forgery, 2100
block West Baker Street
5 a.m., criminal mischief,
3400 block Silver Meadow
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7:25 p.m., vehicle theft,
West Renfro/South Waller
7:50 p.m., robbery, West
Renfro/South Waller streets
Nov. 7
7:45 .m., robbery, 2600
block James L. Redman Park-
9:30 p.m., criminal mis-
chief, 2700 Paul Buchman
Nov. 8
1 a.m., robbery, 1900 block
James L. Redman Parkway
7:35 a.m., battery, Maryland
Avenue/Jenkins Street
9 a.m., grand theft, 4700
block Breeze Avenue
3 a.m., grand theft, 2800
block Pine Club Drive
5 a.m., grand theft, 3220
Pineclub Drive
5:09 a.m., theft, 2600 block
James L. Redman Parkway
5:32 a.m., drug investiga-
tion, West Renfro/Hunter
6 p.m., vehicle theft, 1300
block South Collins Street
6 p.m., vehicle theft, 200
block Park Springs Circle
6:51 p.m., residence bur-
glary, 400 block South Howard

. 11:51 p.m., drug investiga-
tion, East Young/North
Frances streets
11:51 p.m., Drug investiga
tion, 1200 block Orient Road
Nov. 9
12:30 a.m., vehicle theft,
recovery, 1300 block South
Collins Street
2:07 a.m., DUI, West Baker/
North Alexander streets
8 a.m., grand theft, 300
block Acasia Drive
10:04 a.m., battery, 1200
block West Grant Street
5 p.m., vehicle burglary,
4600 block Copper Lane
6 p.m., vehicle burglary,
4700 West Wind Drive
10:40 p.m., battery, 200
block West Alexander Street
Nov. 10
12:11 a.m., vehicle burglary,
600 block Elnor Street
5:30 a.m., vehicle burglary,
300 block Parks Spring Circle
7:30 a.m., residence bur-
glary, 200.block Maki Road
8 a.m., vehicle burglary, 500
block East Park Road
1 p.m., grand theft, 1600
block Sammonds Road
3:21 p.m., retail theft, 500
.block South Wheeler Street
3:38 p.m., retail theft, 2400

block James L. Redman Park-
4 p.m., criminal mischief,
1700 block Horseshoe Drive
7 p.m., vehicle burglary,
1200 block West Reynolds
8:20 p.m., battery, 1200
block Townsgate Court
10:03 p.m., drug investiga-
tion, North Collins/Devane
11:30 p.m., criminal mis-
chief, 800 block South Frank-
lin Street
Nov. 11
2:35 a.m., DUI, 1400 block
Strawberry Place
7:12 a.m., aggravated bat-
tery, 1200 block East Laura
9 a.m., grand theft, 3300
block Michener Place
9:50 a.m., drug investiga-
tion, 300 block South Front-
age Road
5 p.m., commercial bur-
glary, 300 block East Calhoun
8:48 p.m., drug investiga-
tion, 1100 block East Baker
9:53 p.m.,. DUI, West
Reynolds/Plum streets
10:24 p.m., DUI, Sammonds
Road/State Road 574
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Henderson Steps Up For Students



Ray Henderson and his six
siblings know how special
Veterans Day is. They were all
active in the armed forces,
collecting more than 70 years
of service. Ray recently
sponsored an essay contest at
Plant City High School, and
the family decided to award,
not one, but all 12 participat--
ing students scholarship
The winners were Rebecca
Smith, $600, first place;
Elizabeth Starnes, $300,
second place; and Martin
Girling, $200, third place.
Honorable mentions and
$100 each, went to Adam .
Batley, David Byars, Ryan
Consolver, Brandon Godin,
Rusty Hartline, Jessica Joiner,
Tim Lovett, Dhara Patel and
Kristen Smith.
Congratulations and God
bless you all.

Wedding bells
December will join the
Plant City Sapp and Mueller
families when Carol Lynn, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Gray Sapp Jr., and
Brett Chambers Mueller, the
son of Sherrie Chambers
Mueller and William Andrew
Mueller Jr., take their vows.
Brett is the grandson of
Betty Chambers and the late
Dr. Frank Chambers. He is a
finance graduate of the
University of Florida and a
loan officer with Sunshine
State Federal Savings and
Loan. He is on the YMCA
board, coaches Plant City
youth basketball teams and is
a mentor with the Hills-
borough Education Founda-
Carol Lynn, a student at
Hillsborough Community
College, will soon begin her
studies in elementary
education at the University of
South Florida.
God bless this union!

Parade night goodies
at First Presbyterian
First Presbyterian Church
youth will take advantage of
the Christmas parade route
this year that will pass in front
of their church.
Beginning at 5:30 p.m. Dec.
1 look for hot dogs, chili dogs,
chili, nachos and cheese,
brownies and drinks -
including coffee and hot
chocolate for sale on the
church's west lawn.
The event will raise money
for the church's ongoing

Photo courtesy of Sherrie Mueller

effort to put a new roof on the

Riki Morgan earns kudos
Congratulations Riki
Morgan, South Florida Baptist
Hospital's Team Member of
the Month for
: November.
Riki, who was
raised in West
Palm Beach,
is a clinical
"I've been
there for 17
years and I
love it," he
Morgan said. "This
and hospital are wonderful to
When he's not at the
hospital, he's at Highland
Park Church of the Nazarene
in Lakeland helping his wife,
Jeanne, a children's pastor.
Riki also plays the baritone
horn and the couple have a
musically talented son,
Matthew, 17, who leads the
church's praise band.

Recalling William 'Bill'
As we all look forward to
next year's Florida Strawberry
Festival, it's worth remember-
ing longtime Doverresident
and Strawberry Festival board
director William "Bill"
McClelland, who passed away
in October at age 77.'
It is no surprise to learn
that Bill and the late Jim
Redman have both been
memorialized as fiercely loyal
and committed Plant City
Christian leaders. The two
families camped together and
Ruby Jean Redman recalls
their last motor home trip to,
Gatlinburg, Tenn., several
years ago.
"We really enjoyed travel-
ing with the McClellands,"
she said. "Jim and Bill shared
a special friendship as good
Christian men."
Bill, like his friend Jim, was
a dedicated family man,
married for 56 years to Louise

Simmonds. He left a
daughter, Johanna Wethe-
rington, and a son, Reese
McClelland, Reese's wife,
Wanda, three grandchildren
and three great-grandchil-
dren. As a festival director,
Bill was not only interested in
the farming sector, but in
preserving the heritage of our
town; he was as a charter
board member of the East
Hillsborough Historical
Many fondly remember
him as "Dollar Bill" because
of his connection to Plant
City's banking and loan
We will not forget these,
Plant City icons or their
contributions to our commu-

Whistle Stop reopens
The Whistle Stop Cafe
closed July 1 for "what we
thought was going to be a 30-
day sabbatical," says owner
Jerry Lofstrom. However, due
to a medical emergency, the
popular downtown eatery has
remained closed into Novem-
"Many people from Plant
City and others have con-
tacted us over these months
with questions as to the status
of the cafe and when we will
re-open," says Jerry.
The good news is the
Whistle Stop will open today,
Nov. 30.

Rick Cumbie celebrates
Gene Cumbie is planning
to celebrate with his son,
Rick, this month when Rick
turns 50 on Dec. 13. Rick is
the son of Gene and Lea
Cumbie and Wanda and
Bruce Bidwell.
Happy birthday, Rick. It
looks like you are every dad's
dream: a strong pair of
helping hands.

Jean Ann is 'outstanding'
Jean Ann Taylor, daughter

See BRIGGS, Page 22


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Photo courtesy of Everidge family
Above, Jean Ann Taylor. At
left, Ray Henderson meets
with some of the winners of a
recent Veterans Day essay
contest at Plant City High
School.Below, Brett Chambers
Mueller and Carol Lynn Sapp.

Photo courtesy of Carol Lynn Sapp

Photo courtesy of Gene Cumbie

Rick Cumbie with his dad, Gene.



Continued From Page 7
11 p.m., vehicle theft, 800
block Enterprise Street
Nov. 12
12:30 a.m., criminal mis-
chief, 400 block West Ball
2:10 a.m., criminal mischief,
600 block North Dort Street
2:39 a.m., DUI, West Baker/
North Davis streets
7:14 p.m., drug investigation,
Washington/Waller streets
7:30 p.m., vehicle burglary,
1800 block Wilkins Court
Nov. 13
2:15 a.m., criminal mischief,
2000 block North Wheeler
5:35 a.m., battery, 300 Park
Springs Circle
8:30 p.m., vehicle theft, 2602
James L. Redman Parkway
Nov. 14
11:30 a.m., battery, 1200
West Grant Street
2:06 a.m., vehicle burglary,
East Wind Drive/Countryhills
4 a.m., identity theft, 1000
block Fairwinds Circle-
4:23 a.m., drug investigation,
West Grant/South Tyler streets
Nov. 15
3:20 a.m., drug investigation;
200 block South Frontage Road
7 a.m., criminal mischief,
1500 Plantation Grove Court
8 a.m., fraud, 2600 block
James L. Redman Parkway
10:32 a.m., trespassing, 1700
block North Park Road
Noon, residence burglary,
1100 block West Madison
4:13 a.m., drug investiga-

tion, 200 block North Wheeler
4:20 a.m., vehicle burglary,
1700 block North Park Road
6 p.m., vehicle burglary,
1200 block Townsgate Court
8:33 p.m., drug investigation,
700 block Tillman Place
9:20 p.m., criminal mischief,
220 block James L. Redman
Nov. 16
12:30 a.m., criminal mischief,
1100 block West Risk Street
7 a.m., vehicle theft, 0-100
Raider Place
8 a.m., grand theft, 2500 block
James L. Redman Parkway
12:30 p.m., retail theft, 2600
block James L. Redman Park-
9 a.m., vehicle burglary, 3900
block Creek Wood Drive
Nov. 17
1 a.m., vehicle burglary,
4600 block State Road 574
1:30 a.m., criminal mischief,
500 block Whitehall Street
2 a.m.;retail theft, 2600 block
James L. Redman Parkway
7:30 p.m., DUI, Walter/
Pevetty drives
11:08p.m., shootingAlexander
Street/Timberlane Drive
11:30 p.m., criminal mis-
chief, 100 block West Madison
2:50 a.m., vehicle theft,
recovery, South Park Road/East
Martin Luther King Jr.
7 p.m., criminal mischief,
500 West Ball Street
9 p.m., vehicle theft, 700
block West Ball Street
9:45 p.m., vehicle theft, 400
block West Ball Street
10 p.m., Aggravated assault,
1100 block West Madison

Photo courtesy of Plant City Junior Women's Club

Juniors get together
The Plant City Junior Woman's Club enjoyed a holiday get together at Jackson's on
Harbour Island Nov. 11. Seated in the front row are, from left, Susie Redd, Michelle
Wegner, Kathie Pagliaro, Tracee Missildine. Back row, from left: Jodi Smith, Racquel
Sturgis, Jennifer Black, Bobbie Ehrenfeld, Lora Parson, Mandy Nedurian, Kellie Morrow,
Sheri Dusse, Nia Jordan and Katie Sparkman.

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225 %. Doier Rd. 681-2250

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it's life-changing and it's
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Q: Where were you raised?
A: I was born in Altus, Okla.,
1963. My dad was in the U.S.
Air Force. We moved here
when I was maybe 5 years old.
I graduated Plant City High in
1981 then married Peggy Sears
in 1982. We have two boys,
Kyle and Scott.

involved in just about every-
thing at this church my whole
life whatever needed to be
Q: Where does Peggy fit in?
A: We work together, we
always have. We're currently
involved together in writing
curriculum and leadership
resources for youth ministry.
She's been helping me since
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Continued From Page 11
Q: How long have you been
on staff?
A: I worked for Winn Dixie
for almost 21 years, helping
locations that needed invigo-
rating. I loved it, but knew
there was something deeper.
Then in 1999, Ijust burned out
from doing everything at the
same time. We sought the
Lord and then Pastor Herrin
approached me in 2000 and
said, "The Lord said you're
meant to be our youth pastor."
I just started to cry. I knew
what God wanted me to do -
the question was my willing-
ness to follow.
Q: Good call?
A: There's no doubt about
it. God's put us in places we
never dreamed possible.

Q: Has your program
A: Quite a bit. We now have
about 400 involved, around
300 any given Wednesday,
then 80 to 100 in ministry
teams on Sunday. There's a
misconception that it's a party
here, but it's ministry and dis-
cipleship and accountability.

Q: Do youth leaders net-
A: I'm on the National
Youth Leader Association, the
state Youth and Christian
Education Board and the Flor-
ida Youth Leaders Association.
Locally, I get together with a
group of area youth pastors
across denominations.

. Q: How do kids -stay
A: We work with students in
small groups, and I do leader-
ship development with 20
volunteer adult staff. Our key
emphasis is "do small excel-

Q: What makes a disciple?
A: It's all about discipleship
for me. I want to maximize
every minute. Anybody can
say "I'm forgiven." It takes
more to say, "I follow you."
There's a saying: "May you be
covered in the dust of your
rabbi" meaning be that close
as a follower.

Q: Why kids?
A: That's where God has
gifted me. It's about what I
give to God. I've worked with
kids for years. I love to see
them open up, to see God
pour into their lives. Student
ministry is so rewarding.
They're not set in their ways

Q: Do you watch TV?
A: I do watch football. I
enjoy Jenson Franklin
(preacher) on TBN, "American
Idol" and Emmitt Smith (on)
"Dancing With the Stars."


Q: How do you get news?
A: I read the paper every
day I always read The Cou-
rier. The evening news when I
can. Then relevantmagazine-
.com to keep up with trends.
Q: How do you stay in touch
with youth?
A: Inundate yourself in their
world. Go where they go.
Make myself available. I meet
with our core leadership, I pay
Q: Are you optimistic?
A: Absolutely. These stu-
dents are smarter, more crea-
tive and more real. This
generation's hungry for some-
thing, and if we can help them
find it, they're going to turn
the world upside down.
Q: Do you have a Scripture?
A: Proverbs 3:5-6 "Trust in
the Lord with all your heart
and lean not on your own
understanding; in all your
ways acknowledge him, and
he will make your paths
Q: Why do you love Plant
A: God has called us to be
here, and we've never let go of
that. This is just scratching the
surface of what we can do in
this town. This is a rich com-
munity, a warm friendly place.
People like to be known and to
have relationships.
Q: What do you do for fun?
A: We love to travel. Water
sports, NASCAR races, hot air
balloons, theme parks; we
love adventure. Things teen-
agers like, we love them too.
Q: Name your greatest joy?
A: To know we're making
eternal differences.
Q: Favorite Christian
A: David Crowder Band.
Chris Tomlin.
Q: Bible hero?
A: Joshua: The eternal opti-
Q: Who would you like to
have lunch with?
A: Coach Tony Dungy,
because of his character and
how he's come through.
Q: Something you're proud
A: In 2007,1 I get to speak at a
Youth Specialties Conference.
Q: How do you see the
A: The biggest challenge
belongs to the churches; to
open up our arms to the com-
munity. That's exactly what
Christ called the church to do.

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NOVEMBER 30. 2006 + THE COURIER + 13


James W. Cumbie Jr. of Plant
City died Oct. 12. He was 64.
He served in the U.S.
Combat Engineers Corps
during the Vietnam War and
was a member of the Plant
City Moose Lodge.
He was a truck driver.
He is survived by two sons,
Berry of Tampa and Timothy
M. of Lakeland; a daughter,
Christie Drabert of Eckland,
Pa.; his mother, Lois Cumbie-
Grooms of Plant City; a
brother, Edgar of Plant City;
three sisters, Margaret Miller
of Bristol, Ind., Helen Creach
of Lithia and Donna Nester of
Plant City; and six grandchil-
Funeral Care, Clearwater.

Patricia A. Stegall, 61, of
Plant City died Nov. 10.
Born in Tampa, she was a
lifelong resident of Plant City.
She was a homemaker and a
She is survived by her
husband, Billy J.; two daugh-
ters, Latricia Atkinson of
Zephyrhills and Carol L.
Grimes of Plant City; a brother,
Lewis Davis of Tampa; a sister,
Yvonne Blevins of Lithia; and
a grandson.
Wells Memorial Funeral

William D. Hetherington,
83, of Plant City died Nov. 10.
He was born in Ashington,
England, and worked in radio
communications for the Royal
Air Force in England. He is sur-
vived by his wife, Gwyneth E.
Wells Memorial Funeral

Mildred Mooris Miller, 94,
of Plant City died Nov. 11.
She was born in Sayre, Pa.,
and moved here from San
Diego. She was a homemaker
and she is survived by her
husband, J.R.
Wells Memorial Funeral

W. Paul Johnson, 96, of
Plant City died Nov. 15.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and a citrus grove
He is survived by his wife,
Grace; a son, Stephen Tracy of
Plant City; a nephew, Ken-
neth; a niece, Willa Stephens;
and several nephews and
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Ruth H. Snellgrove, 86, of
Plant City died Nov. 15.
She was born in Dublin, Ga.,
and moved to this area in 1923
and worked as an assistant
manager of Snellgrove's Res-
taurant in Plant City. She was a
member of Northside Baptist
Church and enjoyed fishing.
She is survived by a
daughter, Christine Jacoby of
Plant City; a brother, Thomas
Hughee of Brandon; eight
grandchildren; and seven
Wells Memorial Funeral

Daryl H. Lucas, 28, of Plant
City died Nov. 16.
He was born in Lakeland
and was a longtime resident of
Plant City.

He was a medical caregiver
and attended Northside Bapt-
ist Church.
He is survived by his
mother, Deloris of Plant City;
a sister, Sharron Scales of
Plant City; and several uncles,
aunts, nephews and nieces.
Wells Memorial Funeral

Robert M. Booth, 74, of
Plant City died Nov. 16.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and worked in serv-
ices for the blind for the state.
He is survived by three sis-
ters; Frieda Causey and Faye
Gorman, both of Plant City,
and Pat Dorsey of Jacksonville.
Haught Funeral Home.

Richard A. Murray, 59, of
Plant City died Nov. 17.
He was born in Baltimore
and retired from AT&T after
more than 25 years.
He is survived by a son,
Richard Jr. of Shreveport, La.;
a daughter, Carol A. Bender of
Plant City; two brothers,
Charles Jr. of Albertville, Ala.,
and David of Southern, Md.;
and four grandchildren.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Patsy W. Dean, 55, of Plant
City died Nov. 18.
She was born in Tampa and
was a lifelong resident of Plant
She was a homemaker and
attended Sydney Baptist
She is survived by her
husband, Bruce; two sons,
Russell and Eric, both of Plant
City; two daughters, Sandy
Robinson of Plant City and
Michelle of Perry; a brother,
Dennis Walker of Plant City;
and eight grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral

Nadine H. Walker, 83, of
Mount Airy, N.C., died Nov. 19.
She was born in Coffee
County, Ala., and moved to
Mount Airy 25 years ago.
She was a cigar factory
worker and attended New
Hope Worship Center.
She is survived by a son,
Jack D. of Tampa; two daugh-
ters, Betty W. Davis of Mount
Airy and Judy W. Cornwell of
Plant City; three brothers,
Henry Hattaway, Jimmy Hat-
taway and Bobby Hattaway,
all of Alabama; two sisters,
Ann Gilley and Azie Truett,
both of Alabama; nine grand-
children; and 11 great-grand-
Wells Memorial Funeral

William T. Simmons, 79, of
Plant City died Nov. 20.
He was a lifelong resident of
Plant City and served in the
U.S. Army. He was a retired
inspector for the Florida
Department of Agriculture.
He was past master of
Turkey Creek Masonic Lodge
No. 248 and an honorary
member of the Olin S. Wright
Masonic Lodge No. 79. He
served as worthy patron for the
Order of the Eastern Star for
Turkey Creek Chapter No. 151
and Plant City Chapter No. 81.
He is survived by his
brother, Buford; two sisters,
Mary Davis and Raynell Davis
and many nephews, nieces,
great-nephews- and great-
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A presentation made to city
commissioners Nov. 27 by staff
of the Hillsborough County
Metropolitan Planning
Organization spelled out the
importance of taking action on
transportation issues today
before the problems become
Lucie Ayers, the executive
director of the MPO, and staff-
ers Ray Chiaramonte and Beth
Alden talked to commission-
ers during the Monday night
meeting at city hall. They
addressed issues concerning
light rail, streets and highways,
and the recently proposed
beltway system tying Inter-
state 4 to Interstate 75 in Pasco
and Manatee counties.
It came as no surprise to city
commissioners that transpor-
tation issues were on the front
burner when it concerns
growth. Commissioner Rick
Lott, a member of the MPO
board, said that opportunities
to address past transportation
issues in the county were lost.
He said there is no reason to
make the same mistakes
again. Long-range plans must
be made to relieve clogged
roads throughout the county.
"When you are speaking
about 10- or 20-year plans for
transportation development,
that is like a blink of an eye,"
Lott said. "We need to start

"We need to start working on

tomorrow's problems today."

working on tomorrow's prob-
lems today."
The presentation by the MPO
staff to the commissioners will
be repeated to the Hillsborough
County Commission, the
Tampa City Council, Tampa
Mayor Pam lorio and to any
organization looking for
information, said Chiaramonte.
"Good transportation-choices
add to the economic vitality in
any given area," Chiaramonte
said. "Mobility adds to quality
of life. And a good combination
of transportation sources are
needed to make it work.
The presentation was titled
"consideration of rail," by the
MPO staff, but some of the back-
ground information was telling.
"The county had an oppor-
tunity to invest in rail transpor-
tation during the 1990s," Ayers
said. "Federal funding was
available but the steps needed
to get that project under way
were never taken. Now, high-
ways like Interstate 4, through
this area is reaching saturation,
which can stop all develop-
ment along that road."
The recently announced
plan from the Hillsborough
County Expressway Authority
for a beltway connecting Inter-
state 4 with Pasco and Manatee
counties could reduce some
traffic flow on the Interstate
through Plant City, Ayers said.
"But only if the beltway was

built east of Plant City, not to
the west," she said. "The belt-
way only helps reduce traffic if
it allows vehicles to go north
or south without traveling
through Plant City."
"And if the beltway ties into
the Polk County Parkway
system," said Commissioner
Robert Brown.
Concerning the rebirth of
light rail to the transportation
mix, Mayor John Dicks men-
tioned Plant City's heritage.
"Plant City got its start with
the construction of the rail-
road," Dicks said. "Including
Plant City in the construction
and use of rail in our area
would be a good match for us
and a natural continuation of
our history."
Ayers said local support is
needed to make it happen.
"We also need to communi-
cate with federal, state and
county governments to build
consensus on the needs.
Roads alone are not the
answer," Ayers said.
Additionally, the commis-
* Approved the disbursement
of $845,303 from the Com-
munity Development Block
Grant fund to finance drain-
age improvements, afford-
able housing assistance,
rehabilitation and preserva-
tion projects, recreation and
park improvements, the Bing


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City commissioner Rick Lott watches his monitor as Raymond
Chiaramonte, a staff member of the Hillsborough County Metro-
politan Planning Organization, speaks to commissioners regarding
the need to incorporate rail transportation within the area.

Rooming House restoration,
the Boys & Girls clubs and
other organizations.
* Approved the purchase of a
$286,000 Vactor truck
needed to clear sewer and
drain lines.
* Approved the purchase of 19
fleet vehicles worth a total of
$357,400. The purchases
included sedans, four-wheel
drive vehicles, pickups and a
dump truck, bought primar-
ily from area vendors.
* Continued a public hearing to

Dec. 11 on the final plat of
property at the east end of
Spooner Drive off Whitehurst
Road, and the waiver
requested by the developer of
sidewalks and planned
reclaimed water lines.
* Rescheduled a public hear-
ing to Jan. 8 regarding volun-
tary annexations of four
groups of parcels containing
a total of 1,546 acres near
Interstate 4 near Thonoto-
sassa and Wilder roads, and
near County Line Road.

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South Florida Baptist Hospital
The following births were
reported recently at South
Florida Baptist Hospital:
Aug. 31
A son, Maddox L. Connell,
to Melissa and Michael Con-
nell of Plant City.
A daughter, Kelley I. Villa-
nueva, to Carla and Naun Vil-
lanueva of Plant City.
Sept. 5
A son, Niklas H. Langsner,
to Milagros and Peter Lan-
gsner of Plant City.
A daughter, Savannah K.
Williams, to Ashley Venable
and Christopher Williams of
Plant City.
Sept. 6
A daughter, Jayden A. Bran-
non, to Kelly Price and Jason
Brannon of Plant City.
Sept. 8
A son, Alex A. Carlisle, to
Arita Williams- and Brad Car-
lisle of Plant City.
Sept. 9
A daughter, Mercedes Guil-
len, to Norma and Juan Guil-
len of Dover.
Sept. 11
A son, Isaac Jimenez, to
Lucia Gonzalez and Jerson
Jimenez of Plant City.
A daughter, Tristyn R. A.
Chutter, to Heather and
Anthony Chutter of Plant City.
A daughter, Calista A. M.
Mason, to Angela Church and
Josh Mason of Plant City.
Sept. 13
A daughter, Elena M. Craig,
to Patsy Winters and Justin
Craig of Plant City.
Sept. 14
A daughter, Kassiah M.
Berry, to Jamie and John Berry
of Plant City.
Sept. 18
A son, Seth M. Williams, to
Kathy Williams of Plant City.
Sept. 21
A son, Alon E. Ijezie, to Katie

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

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

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

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

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

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

Luke and Festus Ijezie of Plant
Sept. 22
A son, Sherwin Quan Tran,
to Ngoclan and Dung Tran of
Plant City.
A daughter, Harley E.
Yancey, to Amy and Jason
Yancey of Plant City.
Sept. 23
A daughter, Christina N.
Bennett, to Christy Smith of
Plant City.
Sept. 28
A daughter, Yazully Ibarra,
to Nora Requena and Cleofas
Ibarra of Plant City.
Oct. 1
A daughter, Riley N. Burtz,
to Dana Vickery and Terry
Burtz of Plant City.
Oct. 4
A daughter, Bernardina
Hernandez, to Robin Heistand
and Tomas Hernandez of
Plant City.
Oct. 9
A son, Elias M. Hurtado, to
Sharon Texeira and Juan
Hurtado of Plant City.
Oct. 10
A son, Moonie Austin
Wentz, to Angela and Arthur
Wentz of Plant City.
Oct. 15
A son, AndrewA. S. Howard,
to Lisa and Keith Howard of
Plant City.
Oct. 16
A daughter, Kalynn Marie
Davis, to Donna Lewis and
Jason Davis of Plant City.
A daughter, Natasha M. Col-
lymore to Audrea and Prince
Collymore of Plant City.

Brandon Regional Hospital
The following births were
reported recently at Brandon
Regional Hospital:
Sept. 12
A son, Caleb Christopher Lee
Hammock, to Courtney and
Chris Hammock of Plant City.
Sept. 14
A son, Justin Michael Dud-
zinski, to Janeen and Jeremy
Dudzinski of Plant City.

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

Square-dancing lessons
Square dances and square dancing
lessons are offered on a regular basis at
Strawberry Square, 4401 Boot Bay Road.
For more Information, call 752-0491
or visit

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

PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High School Class of
1951 meets the second Tuesday of the
month at the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St.
Call: 752-8479.

PCHS Class of 1953
The Plant City High School Class of
1953 meets the second Tuesday of each
month at 11:30 a.m. at Tony's Airside
Restaurant at the Lakeland Airport.
Call: 752-6317 or 633-0029.

Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of Plant City
meets the first Friday of every month
from 7 to 8:45 p.m. at Ms. Cherie's Art &
Frame Shop, 119 W. Alexander St.
The group was formed to help chil-
dren appreciate art and participate in
hands-on activities.
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SThursday, December 7th 7:00 pm

Our Two Pastors Are
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Pastor Bob Franklin of Covenaut Bible Church

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Presents the 8th annual "Lights of Love"

presents the 8th annual "Lights of Love"

holiday music program and tree lighting
ceremony. join us at McCall Park in
downtown Plant City for this festive
occasion. Proceeds benefit the Pediatric
Department at South Florida Baptist
Hospital. Photos with Santa will be
available for $5. For more information,
call (81 3) 757-8478.

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

Healthy Lietle Screnings Heafthcare Providers

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

Attention: Due to the holiday season,
blood pressure and cholesterol
screenings will be canceled on the
following days: Tuesday, December 26
and Tuesday, January 2.

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

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

New Certification Only
December 4, 6-1 Opm
Community Conference Room
Cost: $35 (includes book and card)
Mast register to attend.
Pre-payment required.

Arts & Crafts & Quality
Used Items Sale
Century 21 Parking Lot
1905 W. Baker St., Plant City
Saturday, December 2
Public welcome, credit cards accepted.

Auxilian Beok Sale
Community Conference Room
Thursday & Friday, December 14 & 15
Public welcome, credit cards accepted.

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Car Seat
Safety Check

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Four out of five car seats are
installed incorrectly. Is yours
one of them? Come find out.
Community Health Resource Center
Hospital Main Lobby
By appointment only on these
special dates: call (813) 754-4444.

November 27, December 4
November 30, December 14,
December 28

Gifts Etc At South Florida
Baptist Hospital
Come and see the new Christmas
Gift Shop hours:
Monday Saturday: 9am-5pm
Sunday: 1-4:30pm
Phone: (813) 757-1290
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Some dates may have changed. Please double-check the date of the screening you wish to attend.

For information, registration or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.
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half his age. He won the
coveted award top driver of
the 2006 Plant City Citizen's
Police Academy.
The Eddie Richter's aside, I
believe that more than a few
elderly drivers are a danger to
others when driving. Their
vision has often worsened
with age and their skills
behind the wheel should be
tested more often.
Opponents say if the elderly
are required to be.tested,
testing should be for every-
one, including die young. But
the point they miss is that
vision and driving itest-
cannot screen for a driver
who decides to drive too fast,
follow too close, is distracted
by reading a book, eating,
drinking, talking on a cell
-phone, putting on their
makeup, combing their hair,
weaving in and out of traffic,
and generally not fT:uililna
the rules of the road. T hose
are issues for the police
But there's no denying that
age erodes the skills required
for safe driving: judging
distances, processing
information and reacting
W-iIthout htic -tation. Those
ph sical handicap_, to driving
can be tested, andshould be.
The maxim that-driling is a
privilege, not a right, applies
As the population contin-
ues to age, wxe need to make
sure that safeguards are in
place to protect all motorists,
including the elderly. But that
will not be an easy task; the
elderly will argue that retest-
ing discriminates against
them. The media will be
accused of exaggerating a few
sensational, but isolated,
accidents. Politicians in
Tallahassee will try to avoid
the issue altogether. Emotions
and sentiment will get in the
But there should be no
ducking it any longer; law-
makers need to show courage
by giving Florida new laws for
mandatory retesting of elderly
I think Richard Murray
would have wanted it that

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

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More than 75,000 people are
expected to welcome in the holiday
season Dec. 1 at the 23rd annual
Plant City Christmas Parade.
The parade starts at 6:30 p.m. near
the Santos Apex on West Reynolds
Street, near Dort St., and will proceed
east on Reynolds and end at the
Hillsborough County Courthouse
And as usual, Santa will dazzle
guests with his grand entrance. But
in keeping with tradition, the details
of how and in what conveyance he
will arrive remains a mystery.
In an exclusive interview with The
Courier, Santa Claus said he was
looking forward to the parade in
Plant City.
"Having the parade on the first day
of December fits right in with my
busy schedule," Santa said. "The
Plant City parade is always special for
me. And I like to get it done early."
Santa said during the parade he
likes to see all the boys and girls,
young and old, to see if they have
been naughty or nice.
"All the good little boys and girls
should make a lot of noise when I
come by," Santa said. "I will remem-
ber them on Christmas."
Santa said his elves have been
busy making toys and clothes for
people all over the world.
"After we have a nice Thanksgiving
dinner, everyone goes into over-
time," Santa said. "Santa's shop is
always busy. But there is still a lot to
Santa said there probably would-
n't be any snow in the air once he
gets to Florida.
"I wouldn't wish snow on the
people in Florida," Santa said. "Flor-
ida is my favorite vacation place. I
especially like Plant City for its
hometown appeal and the lack of
snow in the winter time. Flying is no
problem. And the takeoffs are all
right. It's those landings on steeply-
slanted roofs that give us a hard time
in the snow."
But rain, sleet or snow, Santa
promises to be there again, bringing
a special time for everyone he sees.
Admission to see the parade is
free, and parking is available on
nearby streets.

"Having the parade on
the first day of December
fits right in with my busy
schedule. The Plant City
parade is always special
for me. And I like to get it
done early.

Patrons viewing the Christmas
parade are asked to bring donations
of canned goods, boxed food and
other non-perishable items. No glass
containers please. Volunteers at the
United Food Bank of Plant City will
be collecting donated items. The
non-profit charitable organization
will showcase its new pickup truck in
the parade and volunteers walking
with the truck will collect the dona-
tions, said Linda Lawson, the food
bank director. Lawson can be con-
tacted at 764-0625.
Joyce Jordan, the 1999 founder of
Unity in the Community, will be the
parade's grand marshal.
"I would never have thought I
would be grand marshal of any
parade," Jordan said. "I am
"She was an easy choice," said
Fran Neilsen, co-chair of the parade
with Frank LaBarbera. "Joyce helps
children, families and those in need
and she never thinks of herself. It's
always other people. Joyce goes
above and-beyond for'others."
Unity in the Community-donates
to charitable groups like Meals on
Wheels and the United Food Bank of
Plant City. It has donated more than
$150,000 to charities since it was
"I just saw a need in the commu-
nity and wanted to help people,"
Jordan said. "The community has
always supported us from day one.
Plant City is a uniquely caring com-
But Jordan will be the toast of the
town come Friday.
Businesses, civic clubs, churches,
bands, schools and their clubs, along
with dignitaries, are represented in
the parade in the parade.
Members of the First Presbyterian
Church, 404 W. Reynolds St., will
serve food on the church grounds
prior to the parade, proceeds will
benefit the re-roofing of the sanctu-

McCall Park Will Be The Center Of Events

Staff Report
Tree lighting
Nov. 30 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. the
annual tree lighting ceremony, Lights
of Love, will be staged at McCall Park,
100 N. Collins St. The event is spon-
sored by the South Florida Baptist
Hospital Foundation. Visitors may
purchase lights in their own name or in
memory of someone special Ito place
o6i th-e" Chrfstras "tree "in'd6wntown.

The 23-foot tree and other city holiday
decorations are illuminated during an
evening ceremony that features holi-
day music and photos with Santa. For
more information about Lights of Love
and the foundation, call 757-8478.
Downtown stroll
The Plant City Historic Downtown
Merchants and Business Association
will present an evening of holiday
spirit with its downtown stroll Nov. 30
from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The association
will host four hospitality stations,
which will offer snacks and beverages

to families attending the tree lighting.
Luminaries will be placed by the shops
along the route.
Call: Ed Hampson, 717-7731.
Winter Lights Spectacular
The Plant City Recreation and Parks
Department, along with Gulf Coast
Turf & Tractor and Sunshine Federal
Savings & Loan, will present a winter
wonderland at McCall Park on Dec. 1
from 5 to 10 p.m. Winter scenes, trains
and the tree lighting will get visitors in
the holiday spirit. Activities will include
face painting, a space walk, craft ven-

dors, refreshments and more.
The winter wonderland continues
Dec. 2 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will
be live entertainment, refreshments
and nearly 12 tons of snow. The day
will include free arts and crafts for chil-
dren, Snow Mountain, a space walk, a
face painter, entertainment,, arts &
crafts vendors, food vendors, and
special appearances by Santa.
Admission is free; parking is avail-
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Merry and bright
It was already beginning to look a little like
Christmas around downtown Plant City last
week as city workers put up decorations.
Below, the holiday season in Plant City
officially starts tonight Nov. 30 when the
switch is thrown on both the city Christmas
tree and the many light displays that decorate
the downtown.

Photos courtesy of Jerry Lofstrom

Parade Lineup

Plant City Fire Department Honor Guard
Plant City Police Department
Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office
Florida Highway Patrol
Grand Marshal Joyce Jordan
Wounded Warrior Band
Hillsborough Veterans Council
Congressman Mlike Bilirakis
Gov.-elect Charlie Crist
State Rep. Rich Giorioso
Hillsborough County Super-isor of Elec-
tions Buddy Johnson
Public Defender Julianne Holt
State Sen.-elect Ronda Storms
County Commissioner Mark Sharpe
Plant City Mayor John Dicks
Plant City city commissioners
Hillsborough County Public School Super-
intendent Marvellen Elia
Hillsborough County School Board mem-
bers Jennifer Failero and Susan Valdes
Plant City Fire Rescue
Firefighters of Tampa Bay
Plant City' Chamber of Commerce
Florida Strawberry Festival queen and
Florida Strawberry Festival Junior Royalty
Junior Woman's Club -- Little Miss Plant
Junior Elite Women's Miss Plant City and
Florida Tomato Royalty
Plant City High School marching band
Plant City High School football team
Plant City High School homecoming queen
and court
Plant City High School Calendar Girls
Plant City High School FAA
Planteen tae kwon do
Hillsborough County Parks & Recreation
Buttercrust Bakery
Woman's Club of Plant City'
Plant City- Children's Theatre/Jackie's
Dance Theatre and Gym
Samoyed Fanciers of Central Florida
The Courier and The-Tampa Tribune

Sunshine State Railroad & Industrial Credit
Lions Club
Walden Lake Country Club
Plant City Little League
Bill Heard Chevrolet
Best Buddies of Plant City High School
Focus Magazine
Dolphin Football and Cheerleading
Jarrett Ford
Bryan Elementary
Boys & Girls Club
Brown's Jewelers
Duke's Chiropractic
Olin S. Wright Masonic Lodge No. 79
International Paper
Daybreak Rotary Club
Marshall Middle School Band
Marshall Middle School FAA
Optimist Club
Jackson Safety Patrol
Brown's Wrecker
James K. Martin
Creative Sandblasting
Patrick Patriot's
Grove Equipment
Tampa Mustangs
A Deal Roofing
Appletree Restaurant
Trapnell Elementary
Keller Williams Realty
Outback Steakhouse
Johnson's Excavating
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Ramada Inn
Antioch Redskins
Joseph Williams
Tip to Toe
Plant City YMCA
Plant City Republican Club
Turkey Creek Middle School Band
Turkey Creek Junior Honor Society.
Florida Wildlife Habitat Consultants
Habitat for Humanity

Improvement League of Plant City'
United Food Bank
Florida Cattlemen's Association
Mighty Club of Joy
James Cooper
Lyon's Hoe Excavating
Haskell Termite & Pest Control
Weddings by Catherine
From Start to Furnished
Tampa Radio Control
Century 21
Tooth Caboose
Fort Alafia Youth Department
Center Stage Performing Arts
Raider Tire
Taylor & Allen's 4x4
Health Center of Plant City
Elks Lodge
Southern Towing
Neighborhood Service Center
Quizno's Subs
Hillsborough Community College
Price Buster
Best Buddies of Plant City High School
Faith Riders
Gospel Echoes
First Presbyterian Church puppets
Church on the Rock
New Life Community Church
Full Gospel Tabernacle
Faith Temple Assembly of God
Shiloh Baptist Church
Turkey Creek Assembly of God
Keysville Assembly of God
Cork United Methodist
Plant City Church of God
First Assembly of God
Iglesia de Dios
Lone Oak Baptist Church
Calvary Freewill Baptist
New Hope Freewill Baptist
Chamberlain Chiefs Marching Band
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of Cecil and Helen Everidge of
Plant City, was recently
honored as one of the "Top 10
Outstanding Women in
Western North Carolina" by
an Asheville radio station.
Jean Ann grew up in Plant
City and moved to Asheville
several years ago. She is editor
of Sophie Magazine, a
women's publication.

Hawthorne 50th anniversary
Lloyd and Libby Hawthorne
will celebrate their 50th wed-
ding anniversary at a celebra-
tion hosted by their family on
Dec. 9 from 3 to 6 p.m. at 3101
Sydney Dover Road. Friends
and relatives are invited.
The couple were married
Dec. 21, 1956, in Plant City.
The former Libby Benefield
was born in Cottondale and is
retired. Lloyd was born in Bru-
ton, Ala., and is retired from
the U.S. Navy.
The couple came to Plant
City in 1956.
They have two daughters,
Diane Conrad of Lithia and
Terry Stansel of Live Oak; and
two grandchildren.
They attend New Hope
Freewill Baptist Church.

Congratulations Lloyd and

Brothers 're-Joyce'
Brothers Jeff and Randy
Joyce have breakfast together
just about every morning at
the Farmer's Market. Now
they can share lunch at the
Palace and take an old-
fashioned buckboard wagon
Jeff and Sue Joyce, who
have been farming since 1976
in Plant City, have opened
The Strawberry Palace at 210
State Road 60 W., and are
offering strawberry desserts,'
Cuban sandwiches, soups,
burgers and homemade fruit
preserves, relishes, jellies and
It is open Monday through
Sunday for lunch and also
offers seasonal vegetables,
jams and ciders.

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Staff Report
Paint brushes in hand, teens
from the YMCA cleaned up
graffiti at sites around Plant
City last month.
Using paint and supplies
donated by Knotts Hardware,
the teens covered up writing
on an abandoned building on
Park Road, the Southern Hos-
pitality building and multiple
trash bins behind businesses.
"We are really proud of their
initiative and hard work on
-this project," said Doug. Bar-
nette, a YMCA senior program
director and an adviser to the
club. "Of course, they're still
teens so a lot of paint ended
up on the kids as well as on the
walls and fences."
*The graffiti cleanup was one
of three projects suggested by
the teens in the club. After
evaluating each project based
on the cost of materials,
impact on the community,

and, of course, the amount of
fun, the group voted and
chose the repainting of graf-
The teens will send photos
and video footage of the
cleanup project to USA Week-
end Make a Difference Day, a
national contest that inspires
and rewards volunteer groups
by providing a $10,00.0 dona-
tion to the winning project.
If the club wins, the $10,000
will go to the YMCA's We Build
People campaign.
The club, which has 12
members, is part of a national
YMCA program that offers
those 12 to 17 years old the
chance to increase their lead-
ership skills, volunteer
involvement, health and fit-
ness. YMCA staff members
create the framework and
advise the club, guiding par-
ticipants to plan, develop and
approve the club's projects
and curriculum.
For more information about
the Plant City YMCA, visit

Photo courtesy of YMCA
Plant City YMCA Leaders Club members Jessica Butler, left, Brandon Peterson and Chance Volden
clean graffiti on a garbage bin.

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First Baptist offerings
The following events will be
offered by First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer
Friday at 9 a.m. and Sun-
days at 4 p.m., the women's
ministry hosts a Beth Moore
Bible study titled, "To Live Is
Men's study and prayer
group meets Mondays at 7
a.m. at BuddyFreddys.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Tuesdays at 7
a.m. at the Collins Street Res-
taurant, 712 S. Collins St.
Call: 752-4104.
Free classes for those who
have gone through a divorce
or are facing divorce is offered
Sunday from 5 to 6:15 p.m.
"Music to Grow On," a
group music class for pre-
schoolers. Each class meets
weekly for 45 minutes and
experiences basic music con-
cepts through instruments,
moving, singing, steady beat
and more. Morning and after-
noon classes offered.
Call: 750-4878.

Jewish services
Temple Emanuel, 600 Lake
Hollingsworth Drive, Lake-
land, serves the Jewish com-
munity in Eastern
Hillsborough and Polk coun-
ties. Call: (863) 682-8616.

Parenting support group
The Most Holy Mother of
God Orthodox Catholic
Church, 3820 Moores Lake
Road in Dover, plays host to a
parenting support group the
last Tuesday of each month
from 7 to 9 p.m. The class
includes first aid and safety tips
for parents. Call: 659-0123.

Faith Family Outreach Church
Faith Family Outreach
Church of Plant City, a multi-
cultural word-based faith
ministry, offers worship serv-
ices Sundays at 10 a.m. at
Hillsborough Community
College's John R. Trinkle
Center, 1206 North Park Road.
Information: 759-9273 or

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

First United Methodist Church
The First United Methodist
Church of Plant City, 303 N.
Evers St., has the following
schedule on Sundays: Com-
munion service at 9 a.m. in the
chapel; a contemporary wor-
ship service at 10 a.m. in the
Wesley Centre, Wheeler and
Reynolds streets; Sunday
school for children and adults
at 11 a.m. with a traditional
worship service at 11 a.m. in
the sanctuary.
A prayer group meets
Wednesday at 10 a.m.; and a
youth group meets from 6 to 8
p.m. for teens and younger
children. The events include
music and supper. There also
is a dinner for adults at 6 p.m.
followed by an adult study at
7. Call: 752-4514.

Hope worship schedule
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 North Park Road, has

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Cardiovascular Disease nearly 1 in 5 men and women. Of
that number, 13 million have Coronary Heart Disease, the
leading cause of heart attacks.
Nuclear Stress Testing is especially useful in diagnosing
Coronary Artery Disease and blockages in coronary arter-
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stress testing produces images of the heart indicating areas
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worship 8 and 10:30 a.m. and
Family Bible Hour, with
classes available for ages 2
through adult, at 9:15 on Sun-
days. Call: 752-4622.

Bible study
The Lakes Clubhouse, 723
E. Sam Allen Road, hosts a
Bible study Wednesdays from
8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Call: 752-

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

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

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

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

METS Ministries
METS Ministries, 1-102 E.
Laura St., offers restoration
and healing services the first
and third Sunday of every

month at 6:30 p.m.
Each service will feature a
different speaker.
Call: Edith Langston, 759-
0607, or 754-1096.

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

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

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

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119
N. Gordon St., offers adult
Sunday school at 10 a.m. fol-
lowed by the 11 a.m. service
and youth Sunday school.
Ongoing classes are offered
Wednesday mornings and
Thursday evenings.
Also, a potluck dinner is
offered the first Sunday of
every month after the service.
Call: 659-2624.

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Christmas concert
First United Methodist
Church plans a performance
of the children's musical
"Angels Up High" Dec. 9 at 7
p.m. in the Wesley Center,
Wheeler and Reynolds streets.
Call: 754-3519.

Churches combine
for concerts
First Baptist Pleasant Grove
and Crossroads Baptist are
joining forces to present the
holiday musical "A Christmas
Prayer." Pleasant Grove, 7725
Turkey Creek Road, will host
the cantata Dec. 9-10 at 6 p.m.
with a performance at Cross-
roads, 10405 S. State Road 39,
Dec. 17 at 10:45 a.m. Call: 737-
4035 or 759-2126.

Ribbon-cutting ceremony
The Plant City Chamber of
Commerce will host a new
business ribbon cutting Dec. 12
at 10:30 a.m. at the Kidz Bounce
Zone, 211-A W. Alexander St.

Contact breakfast
The Plant City Chamber of
Commerce will host a contact
breakfast Dec. 12 at 7:30 a.m.
at the Ramada Inn Plantation
House, 2011 N. Wheeler St.

PCHS Class of '43
The Plant City High School
Class of 1943 has scheduled its
Christmas party for Dec. 13 at
12:30 p.m. at the Orange Blos-
som Tea Room, 106 S. Evers
St. Bring an unwrapped child's
gift that cost $10 or less.
Call: Ben, 752-7109.

Ribbon cutting
The Plant City Chamber of

Commerce will host a new
business ribbon cutting Dec.
14 at 10:30 a.m. at Hair, Nails
& Skin, 1105 Goldfinch Drive.

Chorale concert
Christian Community Cho-
rale will perform "Emmanuel
God With Us" Dec. 15 at 8
p.m. at St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.
Admission is free. The concert
will feature old Christmas
favorites like "White Christ-
mas," "0 Holy Night," "Silent
Night" and "Joy to the World."
Call: 752-8251.

Car shows
The 6th annual Mason
Dixon Christmas Wish Car
and Truck Show will take
place Dec. 9 from 8 a.m. to 3
p.m. in McCall Park. Call: 986-
The monthly free Straw-
berry Classic Car Show is set
to follow from 4 to 9 p.m., also
in and surrounding McCall

Christmas in the Park
Christmas in the Park is set
for Dec. 16 at 9 a.m. at the Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Recrea-
tion Center, 1601 E. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd. The
event, for ages 4 to 12, will fea-
ture food, fun, games and
more. Information: La'Tosha
Lewis, o lewis@plantcitygo- or 757-9195.

Battle of the Books
Third- through fifth-graders
may prepare for the annual
Battle of the Books by partici-
pating in a discussion of
"Attack of the Mutant Under-
wear" Dec. 16 at 2:30 p.m. at

the Thonotosassa Branch
Library, 10715 Main St. Copies
of the book are available at the
Call: 987-6215.

Kids Night Out
Kids Night Out for ages 6-11
is set for Dec. 16 from 6 to 9
p.m. at the Planteen Recrea-
tion Center, 301 Dort St. Cost:
$5 per child.
Information: 659-4200, Ext.
4340, or

Candlelight tours
Candlelight tours of the his-
toric district of Plant City will
be conducted Dec. 16 at 6 p.m.
Call: 757-9226.

Choir plans Christmas concert
The Chancel Choir of First
United Methodist Church will
perform a Christmas concert
Dec. 17 at 7 p.m. in the church
sanctuary, 303 N. Evers St.
Call: 754-3519.

Teddy Bear Tea Party
Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St., will play
host to its Teddy Bear Tea
Party Dec. 19 at 10 a.m.
Children should bring teddy
bears and moms should bring
their cameras for a surprise
Call: 757-9215.

All aboard to meet Santa
Santa will fly in for a visit
Dec. 22-23 from 2 to 6 p.m. at
Bob Willaford's house, 908 Joe
McIntosh Road. Santa will be
aboard the fully restored train
caboose in Willaford's front
Call: 759-3345.

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Ritchie earns kudos
Officials at Wells Memorial Funeral Home threw a
surprise anniversary party for longtime employee Mike
Ritchie. Here, Ritchie holds his recognition certificate
with his wife, Carolyn, on his right, following a luncheon
for employees, family and friends. Wells manager Verna
McKelvin said Ritchie has 15 of service with the present
ownership, but has been with the funeral home, 1903 W.
Reynolds St., since 1987. Also on hand were the Rev. H.
Richard Bills, right, former owner Lacy McClellan and his
wife, Sharon.

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name, contact person's name and
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including names of those pictured.
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Clown Collectibles Set

For Auction Block

A 45-year-old collection
that began with a Marcel
Marceau painting is getting
readied for the auction block
unless somebody steps for-
ward to purchase what is
being billed as "the world's
largest clown collection."
If Jack Klein, 78, can't find a
buyer for his collection of
about 60,000 pieces, 800 of
the best items will be auc-
tioned in Brandon Dec. 1-3 at
the Best Western Hotel &
Conference Center at State
Road 60 and U.S. 301.
"It feels bad, the stuff's
going to go," said Klein, who
has been displaying and stor-
ing his collection at the Clown
Rushmore Museum in Lake
Hamilton, which he runs with
his wife, Sarah. Klein, known
as "Clown Jackey," has to
move out of the facility, off
U.S. 27, by Jan. 1.
He said he bought his first
painting at a Gimbel's Depart-
ment Store in New York.
"We're hoping to sell every-
thing to somebody so they
could open it up and show it
somewhere else, but that
hasn't happened yet," Klein
said. "But it could happen
over the next couple of days.
We're hoping."
So, too, is John Harris of the
Kincaid Auction Co., which
has been working with Klein
to find a home for the collec-
tion, which includes a good
number of rare collectibles.
Harris said the owner of the
auction company happened
upon the liquidation sale that
Klein had been holding at his
"Randy, the owner, said to
me, 'I've just seen the most
incredible thing I've seen in
my life,' and Randy is 65 years

"We think the best
thing is for him to
sell (his collection)
as a block sale. It
would be great in
a museum.
Kincaid Auction Co.
old and he's been auctioneer-
ing for 16, 17 years," Harris
said. "I've been working with
Mr. Klein ever since."
Part of the problem, Harris
said, is that the museum is in
a bad location; "70 miles per
hour on a curve," as he put it.
"We think the best thing is
for him to sell (his collection)
as a block sale. It would be
great in a museum," Harris
said. "There's a chance some
beneficiary will see it. Do I
think it's going to happen?
No. Do I think it could
happen? Certainly."
The collection includes
signed pieces by Emmett
Kelly Jr. and Red Skeleton, as
well as original oil paintings
by various artists and figu-
rines by artist and sculptor
Ron Lee.
For more, visit www.clow- For more
information on the auction,
The Brandon Best Western
auction is at 9331 Adamo
Drive. Times are Dec. 1 at 4.
p.m.; Dec. 2 at 10 a.m.; and
Dec. 3 at 1 p.m. A two-day
liquidation sale of gift shop
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Cougars To Host Stellar Field In Wrestling Tourney

There may be better high school
wrestling tournaments in Florida this
year, but that list will be a short one.
Strong squads from all over the state
will be meeting up this weekend at
Durant for the Cougar Invitational.
Matches begin at 2:45 Friday after-
noon and the finals are set for Saturday
night. In between there will be a ton of
As of Tuesday, with the last-second
addition of a powerhouse Kissimmee.
Osceola squad, the field for the event
was at 29. Because of that it will take
more matches than at a normal tour-
nament to determine the winners of
each weight-class bracket.
"Kissimmee Osceola is the team that

came in second to us at regionals last
year, but they've got everybody back,"
said the man who put together this
massive undertaking, Durant head
coach Dennis Kitko. "In fact, they
might be the team to beat."
The Cougars have to be considered
for that status as well but there are so
many other tremendous schools in the
Most of the best Bay Area teams are
involved, with defending Class 2A
third-place finisher Lake Gibson and
Manatee leading that group. Lakeland,
Sarasota Riverview and Lakewood
Ranch are also invited. Jesuit is the
other strongest county team and is
joined by Hillsborough, Chamberlain,
Middleton, Alonso and Jefferson.
From Live Oak, Suwanee High the
state runner-up in 1A is another very
notable team.
"In getting some of these teams it
helped that I already knew some of the
coaches, like with Suwanee," Kitko

'In getting some of these
teams it helped that I al-
ready knew some of the
coaches, like with Suwanee.
But people know in general
that we've built up a pretty
strong program, and they
know it's going to be a first-
rate tournament."
Head coach, Durant wrestling

said. "But people know in general that
we've built up a pretty strong program,
and they know it's going to be a first-
rate tournament."
That helped secure the attendance
of other far-away teams such as Fort

Walton Beach, Gulf Coast, Merritt
Island, and Miami schools Braddock
and Southwest.
With so many wrestlers the meeting
to help seed individuals within their
brackets is a true event; it was Wednes-
day night at the Brandon Hooters.
"It's not just 29 schools, it's 29 full
teams," Kitko said.
Matches will be going on at five dif-
ferent mats Friday night. After Friday's
action the first three rounds plus two
rounds of wrestlebacks matches get
under way Saturday at 9:30 a.m.
The consolation finals will go from 5
to 6:15 p.m. Saturday with the finals set
to begin at 6:30. Medals will be
awarded to the top six players in each
weight class and the top five overall
teams receive trophies.
And a note for fans who plan on
attending: the concession stands will
be kicked up a notch.


Take YourPick At

Playoff Games

Beating Armwood is
pretty easy after all. You just
have to have possibly the
best quarterback in the
country, a guy who is able to
run away from those scary
250-pound defensive
linemen, gather himself and
chuck a 50-yard pass.
So it's not easy, but I got
to witness Plant and star QB
Robert Marve pull that off
last Friday night. For those
of you who checked out of
the playoffs after Plant City
was eliminated, get on over
to Plant Friday to witness
that show. That is, if you can
get a ticket get in line no
later than 4 o'clock.
Like Plant (which faces
Miami's Booker T. Washing-
ton), the Lakeland Dread-
naughts are still undefeated
and play Friday for a trip to
the state finals. Lakeland has
a date with Daytona Beach
Mainland, and if you're a
Durant fan right now you're
thinking, "Wait a second,
Mainland sounds REALLY
That would be because
Mainland, in retrospect, is
the team that just barely
cost the Cougars a state
championship. Back in 2003
Durant took the trip to
Daytona Beach for the state
semifinals and led for a
while, only to have Main-
land go ahead in the third
quarter and win 23-14. That
result was closer than
Mainland's state title victory
over Naples.
Since then it has been
three straight titles for
The Durant football
program was proudly on
display Saturday. USF's
stunning upset of West
Virginia had a major Cougar
connection. Ean Randolph
had several key receptions
and the touchdown catch
that made the score 21-12 in


the third quarter. Late in the
fourth, a fellow former
Durant running back Trae
Williams made the game-
clinching interception his
seventh of the season.
For a change, it's the
Durant's boys soccer team
that's off to the big start
while the girls are struggling
a bit. The boys are 5-0-2
heading into the week while
the girls have played a tough
schedule and are at the .500
And here's a very exciting
note for soccer fans in Plant
City. The Lancers club
soccer program is about to
get its first head trainer. Jack
Dikranian will come from
the Black Watch program
with the idea of bringing
some serious clout to an
already growing
There are now 11 Lancers
teams (eight boys, three
girls) and the season is
about a month old....
Finally, just a friendly
reminder about the Wall of
Fame at Plant City High
School. The first-ever
induction is early in 2007,
and applications for Wall of
Famers are due by Dec. 31.
Applicants need to be
PCHS graduates and also
must fill out the applications
Contact Trent Hobbs at
757-9370, Ext. 251.

Boys Basketball Rolls Out,

Into District Schedules Quickly

One team lost its leader
while the other has its top
scorer back for three more
years. But that doesn't accura-
tely depict the makeup of the
boys basketball teams from
Plant City and Durant.
While the Raiders did lose
Jason Brown, the starting
point guard for all four of his
high school seasons, plenty of
talent is wearing the Raider
uniform. It was on display as
Plant City went 2-0 at a tip-off
preseason tournament at Jen-
kins High.
The boys basketball season
got under way last week.
"We have a lot of guys that
we're able to put on the floor,"
said Plant City head coach
Gary Meyer. "We try to go 10-
deep and get up and down the
Jeff Knight, Roderick Hen-,
derson and Denzel Drone all
return from regular duty last
year and have been joined in
the starting lineup by point
guard Kenny Woodall and
Steve Hardnett, who his been
a strong court leader.
Off the bench Kevin
Williams, Alex Semple and
Keith Bayhard have all been
putting in quality time as well.
"It's a very unselfish group,"
Meyer said.
Plant City knocked off both
the host Eagles and Lakeland
Christian at the preseason
event and Meyer said he was

'7 thought we had some pretty

good quickness until I went over

and saw Blake play. This will be

a good gauge for us, definitely,"
Gary Meyer
Head coach, Plant City basketball

impressed with the Raiders'
intensity. In the regular season
opener it was an easy victory
against first-year Spoto.
The schedule picks up
quickly. First off is a home
game Friday against Blake.
"I thought we had some
pretty good quickness until I
went over and saw Blake play.
This will be a good gauge for
us, definitely," Meyer said.
Then next week the Raiders
go into District 6A-8 play with
three games in four days. The
Raiders host Sarasota on
Tuesday then in comes rival
Durant for a game Thursday.
Next Friday Plant City is at
Sarasota Riverview, which
along with Lakeland comes in
as the favorite to win the dis-
While the Raiders are able
to run two seniors and two
juniors out for a starting
lineup, Durant is quite the
"We started four sopho-
mores and a freshman in our
two preseason games," said
Durant head coach Jeff Shot-
well. But one of the sopho-
mores is A.J. Garden, who led
the Cougars as a freshman
with 15. 5 points per game.

The guard tandem is one
that Shotwell said will be
exciting to watch for years to
come. They are the Mitchell
brothers: Mitchell is a sopho-
more who was the point guard
on the JVteam, and Jordan is a
freshman who has a great out-
side shot. Jordan Mitchell
made four three-pointers in
the two preseason games.
Royce Rose, a junior, will
bring more experience but
first has to recover from a knee
injury suffered as a member of
the football team. Rose (6-4)
will provide some inside pres-
ence when he is able to play.
"Size will again be a big
issue for us. But we've always
dealt with that here. It is not a
new obstacle," Shotwell said.
Denaldi Bradley is a sopho-
more who is an aggressive
rebounder, can block shots
well for his size (6-1) and can
also score from 15 feet and in.
Others expected to contribute
are sophomore Michael Lucas
and juniors Damon Kolanow-
ski and Mike Culbertson, a
transfer from Newsome.
The Cougars are at Lennard
Saturday afternoon and have
district games with East Bay,
Plant City and Lakeland next

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LIVINGROOM SETS Jubilee bCnd. Orig Rolex Silver JewelryDuia-c ine Head 1200 ises, all shots, taking minis $350-$450. $250/mo. Horses rented rs needed exp preferred
Wrhouse Full Must Sell! Diamond face, $3600 monds Call Gemologist LB $850 6 glass Con- deposits $600 Ready (352) 591-2271 www. $15 /hr $25/day Call but not requires. Will
Wicker & Rattan many 813-766-2033 SAM (727) 804-7463 vemence store walk in 12/9. (201) 841-5577 now 813-649-1126 www. Train 813-857-8457
tochoose. 813-86aSA display doors like new Kid'spStuff STEEL BUILDINGS. Facto- $1.00. 813-335-0211 GOLDEN RETRIEVER SCHNAUNZER, Giant, Teacher exp'd-for Child -
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60MATTRESSto 100 x 200'. Ex:0 Saunas & Tanning PETS F, sots/worming, champ bloodlines,vet P $500, Mini $200 within 221 W Alexaner
MATrRESS $112h0 TMX Elmo! NEW IN THE x1321 1001x912'9=s$3.60/sqafft.n1 Eq m H AKCReady12/22. $20 cbkd, shots$800onAllKd-safe.+ 30more! Swr call for apbt.
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pillowtop orthopedic WHERE ONLY 50 LEFT $0 dn, 100/mo. Man v
mattress set year BEFORE CHRISTMAS Tanning Bed, $500 obo or e Birds ]V GREAT Dane AKC POP SCOTTISH TERRIER- beautiful p a Construction
warranty' King $220 All $4 EXPRESS LONG DIS- trade for regulatiovet checked. Males PUPPIES, AKC. $650 trade & rent $15/hr,
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phone. 813-657-844 Equipment states between. Cus- 781-0528 old hand fed from Christmas. 813-782-7815 offers the skills and op- to er rated A+. Free 2wks, $850. IEBab a beckimc@verizon.netE Babies Adra- SUPREME trail hrse MO.
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proram. aid Hours.1800-585-9024, nes sy. 813-659-00ers shall be limited to ord of the proceedings
program.uFinancial aid Hours. 1-8005859024, experience necessary. Call 8-4, 813-69-0001 Dump Trucks, Graders, provisions of Florida Section 7. At the public three (3) minutes, un- is made which recorodin-
i SART OUR OWN BZ 00- e being due er eferred in Sec- less te speaker cludes he testimony and
ment assistance. CALL greatpay.coml1-800- PHOSPHATE Labor National Certification, and unpaid charges forheing1rerein, sea- qess theCsp e rke videncetup onwhc nd
Aviation Institute of START YOUR OWN BIZ 405-7619- ext1030 $10.50/HR Job Placement Assis- which the undersigned tionlferein allspeak- guests the City Clerk evidence upon which the
Maintenance (888)349- HOME BASED BUSINESS NewWales lance: Associated Trai-n- is entitled to satis yan ers shall be limited to for additional time no appeal is to be based.
5387tenance(888)349 EARN o $500Week RITA STAFFING in S 00)25- lithree (3) minutes, unless less than orion accordance-eight
No selling, No invento- UERN Upto ur Wee R811 odereienaft the s eaker requests the (48) hours prior to said Section 6. In accordance
DATA ENTRY! Work hear a 9 minute auio ins in the comforof 813-754-59 www.equipmentoperat described and stored at Citylerk for additional pitc -hearing. the with the Americans with
From Anywhere. Flexi- Call Now! 888-230-7531 your own home. No Ex- WELDERS-NEEDED Uncle Bob's Self Storane time no lesh s than fprior to quest additional time son with a disabilities Actany re-
ble Hours. Personal Referral ID: 48388 perience required. Call immediate openings, located at: 1005 said puht( c hearing in the determination of quiring reasonable ac-
Computer Required. Ex- 1-727-388-9527 or visit salary negotiable. HEAVY Eipment Oper- Alexander St., Plant saidthe event speakerins) re- the amount of time to commodationinorder to
cellent Career Opportu- 1000 ENVELOPES = 813-99-4496 ator CERTII C Florid the event speakers) re- the amount of time to commodation in order to
excellent Careerious pprtnq uiries ENVELOPES = 813- 96 onTraining. JobPlace- 159-9526. Anddue guest additional time the be allowed shall be at participate in this meet-
ty. Serious Inuiries On- Home!edical/Healthe WOLFF TANNING BEDS RAINING FOR zedro a he notice havingbeengiv t eterminationof the the discretion of the Cingty throuee (3)ca m the Ciunless

ny 1800)344-96 Ext. HOME BUSINESS IN v EvelopeEMPLOYMENT uualiD t-a v es(r3tf pubic hearing shall be Clerk in the ouriaker Clerk at (813) ee59-420 ate
00 tff th cates MEDICAL Assistan t-d Save! T oll Free (866)933-1575. n, to the ownbier of said owed shall be at the dis- sh generally al- east 48 hours prior to

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DRVERS Bonus every 6 Io es ae month FREEs re com 1-866-29N-6596 ture, Boxes, t olsaai creation of the Mayor, but owed more than een the public hearing.

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Anywhere. Flexible antee! For Free Info (80a0 og CALL ecanto H Floridr tire, te in ch al be Section 7. At the public

Hours, Personal jon s rCo-, ailing sRiec3Fo GRADERS rdingD H M A e a6t specified i fteen (1) minutes. Section 8. This resolu- hearing referred in Sec-
HANDYMEN Servired. Excel- Toll Free or 1-800-868ng- SCRATOR TUTORING Risk Free notice for payment of tionas notice ofsaid tion4 erein,all speak-
leCareer Opportuni- Restaurants/ EXCAVATORS WR- such having expireBuchman uc Adopted by the City
S er own the goos will be sod Section 8Financial This resolu- public hearing, shall be ers shal:5809l be 11/30/2006mited to

tsy. ra sp~oT (703)518-5033 ANGa Server & Job Placement eo Equipment N0:5810 11/30/2006 nirohn LDeOks
we eag800)344 e 1- Ext. COORDINATE Exchang edical/Healwth Car TRAINING FOR ized programs. Hi st at public auctionat the tion as notice of said ublised by the City three (3) minutesunless

2rp ibi H9halY44kaml see k ree Ct st ht s Tl Se o q63-t_
s #1 HOME BUSINESS IN tEMPLOYi NT Quali! 866-993-2 63. above state addsociatedress topublicng hearings be clerk in theSOLUT river, is- the eaker requests thper
AMERICA 20 AssociateS s MEDICAL Assistant- F/T the h est bidder or published bye City sun of November 30, City Clek for additional

woPnco m thehihest4bidnde r orelek le00t1h5Cuie,1 is-L20t iU otAEEN--T E Approved as to form and
DATOV ETRY! Work From neededbefreg2007. for family practice i of- A T otherHwh isoe disposed of sMrk in the Courier, is- 2006. time no less than toy-
Anywhere. Flexible 1 TH00-$2000/per day fice in Plant City. Please YOURaccredited Hih on Wednesay, ce- sue of November 30, eight (4 City hoursriortoey
MH8rs PC Req iplye v R returning phone call 8 13-6 e 9-3328
Hours PC Required. E- _m.rtuca ll833-6da3i SchooleDiploma in 30- ber13, 2006a:30AM. 2006.d a

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cellenE Career Opportu calls 2-3/per Day. Nuop days or less. No t h CITY by OF tye Cmemre on the a
PART-TIME Need assisrious Inquires ble Now! internment Ac- EPTIONIy Must have screen restoration feclasses.! ELIZABETH Free evalua-STONEAdopty the City NovemHE CITY OF PLANT FINANCIAL
10-15 house per wkPo- Guaranteed! No Expe-212ri- 1-2787 24hrs Fri Compan yr exp computer nfo@americasdr tion. DOUGLASHAND Commission on Novem- determination of the
tential $1000-344-936,$2000 pe r e89. www.jacksone nterprisel knavailable. YourApp lyruck or ww.FnsHihSchoo. Household goods, Furni- er 27,2006. The Cis/John. Dicks amount of time to be al-
064 070 pn -7t7-9177 as h n o. Dicks owed shall be at the dis-
DRIVERS Bonus every cco N. Plant Ave or Flox ARESOLUTIONPROV co 1-866-29-6596 herebyture, Boxes, Toolsn notice of Section 1. As reuiredMayorbu
Contl p ositions, New PART TIME COORDINA-ctors ContracB DOZERS YOUR accredited Hih JOSE GERENA John L. Dicks no speaker shall generaMike
Equipment 1 Year Ex- TOR needed for highly RN- Busy plant city car- .-School Diploma in 0- Household Goods, soV iAifteen (15) minutes.
rience Class A with reputable student ex- iol office seeks F. BAC OES days or less. No classes. Boxes, ATTEST: s/Virginia LHelper
nk& hazmat. 100% change proam This ic. R w/ACS 13TOWNcertif- FREE evaluationTownsh 28 South, does hereby give notice thinon wesite is
food grade carrier. Call work from home posi- cation to assist w/ pa- LOADERS www.FinishHighhSchool. SANDRA SALES Virginia L. Helper Section 8. This resolu-
877-882-6537. tion requires a motivat- tient care, stress test- tCom (866)290-f59s.a Household Goods, Furni-
www.oaklytransport.c ed individualwhoen- ing and more. Cardiolo- D TRU S ue SHIP 29 SUT RAN irginiaLng Heper ast, of the proposed enactmentofsai

a... .B a n. ar 21EAST HILLSOROUGH Hillsborough County, mentof anordinancee ordinance shall be pub-ttp://www.wowbigmo
Som iys recruiting, training gy ex.pnref. F/T, P/T G RS. .. .* City Clerk the subsance n 30)552-

Techs to provide handy- with young people from ture, Boxes correctness: e h 2006.
man services to local na abroad. Some travel; ex- ceRestaurants/ee EXCAVATORS s/Kenneth W. Buchmaand
tional chain stores.Ex- ensesreimbursed. SABRINA WRIGHT section 2. Buchman Kenneth W. Buchman Adopted by the City
eence working direct- lease fax resume/let- Hospitality/Clubs National Certification ,. Household Goods, Furni- Kenneth W. Bucohman City Attorney Commission on
ly w/customersown ter of introduction to Financial Assistance ture, Boxes, TV's r Ster- City Attorney November 27, 2006.
tools & transportation (703)518-5033 MANAGER, Server & eo Equipment NO:5809 11/30/200
weekly + mileage. 1- COORDINATE Exchange Appy within: Assistance LEGALS NOVLETTE SMITH Mayor-Commissioner
866-HANDY44 Program! International Snellgrove's Restaurant Household Goods, Box- RESOUTION NO.
(426-3944) Hig School Exchange 109 South. Collins St es, TV's or Stero quip-c Rno Street( WEST OFMUD LAKE B2000033. CALL US:
Program seeks enthus i- ment appro H 263-2006 will not be under
MODELS WANTED! All asc coorators an i Salon/Spa sscatd Tiig Servic Legal Notices ) JANICEHILLIARDs/Virginia L Helper -
expenses Paid, Photo ESLinstructors. Devel- in te 206 at 7:30 .m., or as AS-1 AGRICULTURAL,
o rte np pt ob M Ashort-term Pessm Household goods, Furni- RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION PROVID- Virginia L. H elper
ShootSeop excitinorter IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. of turhe Nettie Boxerry matter may be heads, Sporting ING NOTICE OF PRO- City Clerk
ato T Ine? n. : DrauThon Municipal at which time O terest- TY UNIT DISTRICT IN AC- health uct As seen

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250/day, all and Clips turime Boxnteres,ted parties DIVISION PLAT OF 1-4 KennethSW. Buchman

S1ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED and citizens may appear sion platshall be consid- Section 2. The proposed $29 you can start your
ace LIV THE HIGH LIFE Plant IN THE TE PERIBUSINandbeheardwithre- er SSed by the City Co- enactment of said ordi- own business. For full
ed! o 8 I payments lan. B FLORIDA PROBEATE CODE hs,Tools,Applian- ring ered by the City Comms- www.dpaschal.myarbo
Required, FT/PT 80- Awesome opportunity, Licensed Barers chue 1-80-470-4723, WILLBEFOIRE AR- STIEN ces, Account resolution SUBDIVISION IN EC sion upon the conclusion nne com

851-914 -D, approving said subdivi- Section 4. The proposed of the public hearing
851 9174 executiveeve pay &Stylist American Academy, vis- a/k/a construction shall b Equip consid- subdivision plat may be rovded ordin Section 4 ALL CA$H BUSINESS!

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to judge quality / cus- ww.livingthhighlife.b AMERICAS Plant Ci, Florida the38(b), PLANT CITY Carol Hinton and Tampa

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to $150/da Call TI firing courses in CL A. The administration of the JEFFREY GREGORY CLAIMED WATER LINES. tiatea a change in d orthe
Free 1-800-31-4901 MAKE $334 Da Data INSTALLERS NEEDED for Low tuition fee! Many estate of ELIZABETH Manager B zoning map designation
Entry Positions AvailaL HOME Improvemnt Coin payment options! No FIRESTIEN a/k/a BE IT RESOLVED BY THE of a parcel of land; now
PART-TIME Need assis- ble Now! Internet Ac- pany Must have screen registration ee ELIZABETH FIRESTONE, NO:57 11/23;30, 2006that if a per- CITYing, he will need OF thnance at its meeting
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SI]UTn.F ID. cON PLAT OF PHASE PCosed sueivision plat applicable lawthe City Broke Learn from Mike

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(b) a waiver from the of which is: v1c3m
'' '" All i ,,1 [h,' Section 1. The City Com- requirements of Sectionty1AL A
1,i' i,-rn, p ,ir,.er F'dr'"r-. mission of the City of 94-138(b), Plant City AN ORDINANCE AMEND- ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE
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": -t:,:',-r,,, hearing on theapproval MAP OF PLANT CITYCand All For
'". .ur. L, t.r ed *u plat of Phase Two of Commission will hold a BY CHAPTER 102, PLANT 3430 AIN#BO2000033
i.. i.. ,-_. rn.i .'inr Magnolia Green, a subdi- public hearing on the CITY CODE, SO AS TO Call Us: We Will Not Be
". :-u ON OR BEFORE THE vision in Section 13, approval of the subdivi- CHANGE THE ZONING Undersold!
LATER OF THE DATE Township 29 South, slon plat and waiver at CLASSIFICATION OFA
..... '.THAT IS3MONTHS AF- Ran 21iEastouts meeting in the Sadye PARCEL OF LAND LOCAT- ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE
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THE NOTICE TO CRED- Draughon Municipal ROAD NORTH OF d All for $9,995.
TER THE DATE OF SERV. mission will hold a public .Reynol s Street ("City WEST OF MUD LAKE B02000033. CALL US:
NOTICEON THEM. ofthesubdivision latat da on December 11, HILLSBOROUGHCOUNTY sold!
:i eetingintheSdye 206 at 7:30p.m., br as AS-1 AGRICULTURAL,
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.. ,.,rt WITHIN 3 MONTHS on December 1, 2006 at the proposed subdivi- COMMUNITY UNIT DIS- 40k+ Per MONTH.
z... AFTER THE DATE OF THE 7:30 p.m., or as soon sion. TRICT AS FILED IN THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF thereafter as the matter OFFICE OF THE CITY 180)605-8675
T may be heard, atwhich Section 3. A resolution CLERK. OUOWNU
0% time interested parties approving said subdivi- NESS! For as little as
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED and citizens may appear sionplat shall be consid- Section 2. The proposed $29 you can start your
WITHINTHETIMEPERI-witproined g the City Coi-enactmentofsaidordi- ownbusiness. Forafull
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC- spect to the proposed mission upon the con- nance, following second details and a FREE sam-
FLORIDAPROBATE CODE hearing, ered by the City Commis- www.dpaschal.myarbo
WILL BE FOREVER BAR- Section 3. A resolution sion upon the conclusion
''. approving said subdivi- Sei0 The proposed of the public hearing
sion plnt shall be consid- subdivision plat may be provided in Section 4 $$$ ALL CA$H BUSINESS!
NOTWITHST"ANDINGTHE ered by the City Commis- infected by the public hereof: $ Local candyvend-

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-- YEARS OMORE AFER 4. Theproposed uildin (Cit Hall), 302 spected by the public at Limited Time Only!!
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Rcp"),-rdai Section S. All persons ter considered at such hearing on said ord1-0tIO U[ or,
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'. .iLE LALRhAI. E'S. son decides to appeal record of the proceed- theSadyenGibbs Martin
.. "Fa.] Bar ,o. "I" any decision made by ings, and for such pur- Auditorium of the Nettie M I alfa fe
-Pi:,r On,,: B'-: ), the City Commission posenhe may need to en- BenryDraughon Munici-
"Li;.elard. F ]3S-wun.. with respect to any mat- sure that a verbatim re- pal Building, 302 West Businesa~dSeiceDire0o
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record of the proceed- includes the testimony ber 11, 2006 at 7:30 p.m.,
.... .. -P- rs .nai ings, andforsuchnpur- and evidence upon oras soon thereafternas
.... p.. 1 ...". "ose of the m rayneedtoen- which the appeal is toste matter anb -
LRU EW :W..': E.HER FIRESTONE sure that a verbatim re-, be based. heard, atwhich time in-
LOW -. LAKELANO. FLORIDA cludes thestestimonyvand ance with the Ameri- heard with respect to the
1 : 33 .01 .evidence upon which the cans with Disabilities proposed ordinance.
: N- i.: ,6 appeal is to be based. Act, any person with a
disability requiring rea- Section 5. All persons
'' ;Section 6.In accordance sonable accommoda- are advised that if a per- CALL 813-752,0M2TODHAY.
ti,, with the Americans with tion in order to partici- son decides to appeal
AU" newspaper carriers.are ,,,C.i tactori Disabilities.Act anyper- pateldin this meeting any decision made by
Sreassnable n .....orert at least 8) hours prior ter cons tanereaat-sucn
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