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Title: Plant City courier & tribune
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Publication Date: March 18, 2009
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WEDNESDAY,MARCH 18, 2009


COURIER&TRIBUNE
SERVING PLANT C. DOVlER TURKEY .' : -.* ROUNDING COMMON'.


Train Club


Is Back


On


Track


Carwin Baxter is the last active charter member of the H.
B. Plant Railroad Historical Society.


Gone, But Not
Forgotten
A World War 11
veteran, American
Legion commander
and former used-car
dealer who died
recent ly is
remembered as
a patriot.
Page 16

Honoring The Past
Gladys Jeffcoat will be
honored by the Plant
City Photo Archives.
Page 20 -


Tribune photos by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Club members Mike Adams, left, and Bruce Lauer enjoy building and running model trains at the 1914 Plant City
High School Community Center. Many club members are skilled in the electronics and design of scale structures.

The H.B. Plant Railroad Historical Society will present its 19th annual Train Show
and Swap Meet on Saturday. All aboard for those who also love model trains.
STORY, PAGE 10

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Jessica Simpson's
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Pay Day
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local youngsters at the
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COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

March

COMPUTER CLASSES: Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 W.
McLendon St., Plant City, will
offer the following computer
classes for adults this month: 7
to'8 p.m. Monday, Windows:
introduction; and 7 to 8 p.m.
March 30, Windows: control,
panel, files and CDs. Registra-
tion begins an hour before each
class at the information desk.
Classes are limited to-22 partici-
pants. Call(813) 757-9215.
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS: Bru-
ton Memorial Library, 302 W.
McLendon St., Plant City, will
offer the following programs for
children during the month, in-
cluding 9:30 a.m. Tuesday for
toddlers 15 to 30 months; 10:30
a.m. Tuesday for preschoolers
2 1/2- to 5-years-old; and baby
time 10 a.m. Thursday. Themes
for the Tuesday children's pro-
grams include pigs on March 24
and backward day on March 31.
Call (813) 757-9215.
TEEN NIGHT: Children ages 12
-to 15 can enjoy pizza and dance
the night away from 7 to 11 p.m.
March 27 at the Planteen Recre-
ation Center, 301 Dort St., Plant
City. A disc jockey will play
dance music. The 'cost is $7.
Teen Nights will also be held
from 7 to 11 p.m. April 3, 10 and


24 and May 1, 8 and 15. Call
(813) 659-4256.
April

SOCK HOP: An annual sock hop
to support the Plant City Cor-
nerstone Center will be April 4
at Brownlee's Barn, 5320 Berry
Patch Road, off Jerry Smith
Road, Plant City. Food will be
served from 5 to 7 p.m. and a
disc jockey will play music from
6 to 10 p.m. Guests are encour-
aged to wear casual or retro
attire. Tickets are $20 for adults
and $10 for children. Money
raised will help support the
Cornerstone Center, 315 N.
Collins St., formerly the sanctu-
ary of First Baptist Church of
Plant City. Call (813) 659-0421
or (813) 754-9526.

CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT:
The annual Ikon Children's Clas-
sic Golf Tournament will be
April 17 at Walden Lake Golf and
- Country Club, 2001 Clubhouse
Drive, Plant City. The shotgun
start will be at 12:30 p.m. The
event, sponsored by South Flori-
da Baptist Hospital, the Greater
Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce and the Kiwanis Club,
supports children's causes. Call
(813) 757-8574
Send items at least a week before the
desired publication date to Communi-
ty Calehdar, The Tampa Tribune, 101
N. Wheeler St., Plant City FL 33563,
e-mail to dnicholson@tampatrib.com
or fax to (813) 865-4441.


Sign Up Now Swimmers need to be able
S to swim 25 yards. The team is
For Youth Swim Team based at the pool at the Wal-
den Lake Golf and Country
PLANT CITY Walden Lake Club, 2001 Clubhouse Drive.
Swim Team is holding registra- For information, call Cara
tion for swimmers through the Stare at (813) 659-2601 or e-
end of March for children ages mail flamingolingo@hot
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To Help Children In Honduras, Church Is Collecting Crocs


Jean Hehn, left, and Katie
Doyle of Plant City's First Pres-
byterian Church are collecting
Crocs shoes for the needy.
PLANT CITY Jean Hehn and
Katie Doyle of Plant City's
First Presbyterian Church, 407
W. Mahoney St., want shoes
for a ministry project.
They are collecting Crocs
and Crocs-style shoes to send
to children in Honduras.
There are about 100 children
in a Sunday school in Las


Botijas, Honduras who love
the colorful and comfortable
shoes, Hehn and Doyle said. If
you want to help with the
project, call Hehn at (813)
763-1833 or e-mail her at
jeanhehn@tampabay.rr.com.

Couples Renew Vows
At Hope Lutheran .
PLANT CITY A special cele-
bration of Christian marriage
was conducted Feb. 15 by.the
Rev. Dean Pfeffer at Hope
Lutheran Church, 2001 N. Park
Road.
At each of Hope's three
worship services, members
and visitors were given the
opportunity to renew their


Several couples renewed their vows recently at Hope Lutheran Church.


marriage vows. Hope's Fel-
lowship Ministry Team hosted
a wedding reception for all the
couples, complete with
Hope's version of the Newly
and Not-So Newly Wed Game.
Game winners were Darwin
and Glenda Shirley, who re-
cently celebrated 66 years of
marriage.


Between all three services,
more than 1,500 years of mar-
riage were celebrated.

Burney Teacher Wins
Statewide Honor
PLANT CITY Teacher's
Insurance Plan last month


presented the Florida 2007-08
Teacher of the Year award to
Kelly Morrison, a teacher at
Burney Elementary School.
Morrison was presented
with a check for $1,000 and
the school received a $500
grant. She is known as the
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75 percent of the phosphate needed
by farmers across America. The folks
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The Bay Area Renaissance Festival spreads The.Farm in Lithia will host an Inspirational:
its medieval charm at the Museum of Sci- Country Music Party at 7 p.m. March 27
ence & Industry this weekend. featuring gospel music in a country setting.


Quartet To Delight At Gospel Sing
The Centurions, a Southern gospel
quartet, will be featured in concert at 7
p.m. at Son Life Baptist Church, 4020
Lumsden Road, Valrico.
There is no admission charge and there
will bw'a fellowship afterward.
Call (813) 654-3527.

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Sunset Cinema, Tampa Theatre's trav-
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showing of "Raiders of the Lost Ark" at
River Tower Park, 701 E. Bird St. in
Sulphur Springs, Tampa.
Sponsored by Bank of America and The
Tampa Tribune, the free series features
contemporary and classic films. Bring
blankets and lawn chairs. Tampa Theatre
willyprovide concessions.
Gates open at 6 p.m., and the film
begins at 8 p.m. For details, call (813)
274-8981.

Sunday

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A Latin dance style and technique
workshop will be from 2 to 5 p.m. at Boys
& Girls Club of Brandon, 123 N. Knights
Ave.
The workshop covers such dances as
rumba, samba and- cha-cha. The cost is
$20 for singles or $35 for couples.


For information, call Donna Garzone at
(813) 671-3009.

All Weekend

Renaissance Festival
Go back in time and grab a turkey leg.
The Bay Area Renaissance Festival is
happening on the grounds of the Museum
of Science & Industry, 4801 E. Fowler Ave.,
Tampa.
The event is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday and Sundays through April 5.
There will be live shows, vendor booths
and period-appropriate food. General ad-
mission is $16.95 for adults; $13.95 for
seniors 62 and older; and $8.95 for chil-
dren ages 5 to 12.
Go to www.renaissancefest.com.

Tuesday

The Rat Pack Is Back
It's Las Vegas at the Sands Hotel when
"The Rat Pack Live at the Sands" croons its
way into Carol Morsani Hall at the Tampa
Bay Performing Arts Center, 1010 N. Ma-
cInnes Place, Tampa, Tuesday through
March 29.
Following four years on London's West
End, this production re-creates an eve-
ning with Rat Packers Frank Sinatra, Sam-

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Phoio Irom ,\FI
See Indiana Jones in "Raiders of the Lost
Ark" on Saturday at River Tower Park, 701
E. Bird St. in Sulphur Springs.

Things To Do is a list of some of the most interesting
upcoming-events. For a complete list of Tampa Bay
area events, see this week's Friday Extra.

Friday

Enjoy Lunch And A Game Of Cards
The Plant City Woman's Club's annual
card party will be at 11 a.m. at its club-
house, 1110 N. Wheeler St. The cost is $20.
The event will include a silent auction,
lunch, beverages, desserts, bridge, canas-
ta, dominoes, cards and fellowship. Tick-
ets will be sold at the door.
Call (813) 752-3737.

Saturday


Shop Until You Drop
The Church of the Nazarene, 2402
Mudlake Road, Plant City, will have a yard
sale at 8 a.m. Proceeds will benefit church
youth travel.

See Vintage Cars Downtown
Antique vehicles will be on display
throughout downtown Plant City from 4
to 9 p.m. at the Strawberry Classic Car
Show.
The action is centered in and around
McCall Park at Collins and Drane streets.
Call (813) 754-3707.


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The program is for children
who are 3, 4 or 5 before Sept. 1.
Proof of income and birth cer-
tificate are needed. For in-
formation, call (813) 740-7870,
ext. 357 or 393.


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Towing of an
illegally parked car
is now an option.
By GEORGE WILKENS
gwilkens@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY City commis-
sioners adopted an ordinance
restricting downtown parking
during the Saturday motorcy-
cle and car shows over the
objections of one downtown
merchant.
Commissioners voted 4-0 to
adopt the restrictions at their
March 9 meeting. Commis-
sioner Mary Yvette Thomas
Mathis was absent.
The Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce presi-
dent and a downtown restau-
rant owner spoke in favor of
restricting parking on streets
and in municipal lots near the
shows because it interferes
with safe and efficient opera-
tion of the Bike Fest and the


Strawberry Classic Car Shows.
The city had lacked an ordi-
nance authorizing the towing
of vehicles during those shows
on the first and third Satur-
days.
Responding to concerns of
the owner of a downtown gift
and antiques store, commis-
sioners said individual prob-
lems with the parking ordi-
nance can be resolved.
"Saturday is an important
retail day for us," said David
Schultz, owner of Patricia's,
108 N.E. Drane St. "I'm here to
protect my property rights," he
told commissioners.
Occasionally, Schultz said,
vendors park large vehicles di-
rectly in front of the shop he
and his wife, Patricia, operate.
He cited the shows as creating
"a substantial impairment to
my access," making deliveries
impossible and creating obsta-
cles to loading his vehicle with
merchandise for transport to


weekend antique shows.
Initiating the motion to
adopt the ordinance, Commis-
sioner Mike Sparkman sug-
gested city staff members, the
chamber of commerce and
Schultz meet to resolve the
problem.
Chamber President Marion
Smith called the ordinance im-
perative to the continued suc-
cess of the organization's Sat-
urday shows.
Bike Fests draw an average
70-plus vendors and the car
shows draw about 25, she said.
"We will continue to work with
-everybody," and towing of an
illegally parked vehicle will al-
ways be a last resort, only
when the vehicle owner can-
not be located, she added.
Jerry Lofstrom, owner of the
Whistle Stop Caf6, 102 S. Col-
lins St., called the ordinance
necessary to avoid disrupting
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New Traffic Signal Gets Gre


The following are items of
interest from the March 9
Plant City Commission meet-
ing:
The intersection of Walden
Woods Drive and Alexander
Street is scheduled to get a
traffic signal.
City Engineer Brett Gocka
reviewed data for the intersec-
tion and determined a signal is
warranted, based upon both
its traffic count and number of
reported collisions.
The city has sent a request


PARKING RULES

Continued From Page 8

the Saturday events, while pro-
viding police with parking en-
forcement powers.
Signs identifying the no-
parking zones will cost $1,360
to $3,840. The chamber of
commerce agreed to pay half
the cost, up to $1,500.


to the developer of a resi-
dential community at the in-
tersection, D.R. Horton, asking
the light be installed as soon as
possible and is awaiting a re-
sponse.

Gas Stations To Fill Up
On Code Violation Fines
Code enforcement action
against two abandoned gaso-
line stations is proceeding,
City Manager David Sollen-
berger reported.


Areas that will be impacted
between the hours of 3 and 10
p.m. on the first and third
Saturday are:
Drane Street between
Wheeler and Palmer streets
J. Arden Mays Boulevard
between Wheeler and Palmer
streets
Palmer Street between Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Bou-
levard and Reynolds Street
Evers Street between Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Bou-


Daily fines of $100 continue
to accrue on violations at the
former Petro Mart, 625 S. Col-
lins St. The Tampa-based
company did not reply to a
July certified letter declaring
the property in violation for
failure to repair a storm-dam-
aged overhang and maintain a
structurally sound building in
good repair.
Also, the owner of the for-
mer USA Grocers station and
convenience store, 1602 E.
Baker St., has ignored a notice


levard and Reynolds Street
The north municipal park-
ing lot southeast of the Reyn-
olds/Palmer streets intersec-
tion
The south municipal park-
ing lot northeast of the Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Bou-
levard/Palmer Street intersec-
tion
The municipal parking lot
south of Drane Street, west of
Evers Street, north of the CSX-
railroad tracks and east of


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of violation, with fines slated
to be recommended by the
code enforcement board.
At the Sept, 9 code enforce-
ment meeting, investigators
reported the, station, aban-
doned after the 2004 hurricane
season, has windows covered
with weathered, peeling ply-
wood. Also, the gas pumps lack
protective coverings.
In another code enforce-
ment matter, the ordered

See CITY ACTIONS, Page 38 0-


Wheeler Street
Bike Fest, a motorcycle
event, is held from 5 to 9 p.m.
on the first Saturday around
Union Station Welcome Cen-
ter, 102 N. Palmer St.
The Strawberry Classic Car
Show is from 4 to 9 p.m. on the
third Saturday in and around
McCall Park at Collins and
Drane streets.

Reporter George Wilkens can be
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Club Conductin Train Show

UAbout 100 model railroad
vendor tables will be on
z V display Saturday at the
S"annual Train Show and
Y ySwap Meet.
~ By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
.w "gnewman@tampatrib.com
.LANT CITY Mike Adams started playing
.. . . . .with trains when he was 4 years old.
E --The Brandon resident and retired air-
o" line employee never stopped.
Adams is a member of the H.B. Plant
E Railroad Historical Society, a group that
0 meets a couple of times a week to talk about
S 4 everything trains. Saturday, the society mem-
*m bers present their 19th annual Train Show
and Swap Meet at the Trinkle Center at the
Plant City campus of Hillsborough Commu-
..nity College, 1206 Park Road.
Adams love for trains dates back to the
1930s, when he was growing up in Tucker, Ga.
"My parents would give me the [toy] train
for Christmas and my birthday. It was the end
of the Depression, and they would rewrap the
.same train each time," he recalled.
At Saturday's show, members of the club
-. expect to entertain model train buffs from all
over the state.
Tribune photos by GEORGE H. NEWMAN Gilbert Thomas Jr., the train show director,
Carwin Baxter specializes in the building of scale model towns and landscape, and he never misses a chance to said there will be about 100 model railroad
get on the controls of one of the model trains that club members build and operate. vendor tables set up' at the event.
"There will be ample opportunities to buy
KAM. or trade merchandise at the show," Gilbert
said. "And there will be food available at a
reasonable price in the dining car, as usual."
Vendors' tables will be filled with operating
layouts in N and HO scale. Morse code and
the history of the telegraph will be told and
demonstrated by members of the Florida
Morse Code Operators Club. Railroad safety
Swill be presented by representatives of Opera-
tion Lifesaver program.
Some model railroad clubs and vendors
.',I will come to the Trinkle center as early as
Friday to set up tracks and displays. Others
will arrive early on Saturday to beat the 9 a.m.
'" '"starting time.
Last year, which was the first time the show
and swap meet was held at the Trinkle center,
the event attracted about 550 enthusiasts
4- w from as far away as Miami and Jacksonville.
This year, even with the economy having a
5 r 'negative effect on almost everything, Thomas
is expecting a good turnout.
"For those who have to drive, gas prices are
V% down from last year," Thomas said. "Model
train enthusiasts enjoy this show and others
-like it. We are looking for a good crowd."
Club members will spend about five hours
IM ." 1 on Friday transporting their variety of gauged
railroads from the club's home at the 1914
Plant City High School Community Center to
Sthe Trinkle center. Once the Saturday show is
over they will dismantle the models and
Over the years, H.B. Plant Railroad Historical Society members have worked to make much of their model train return them to the community center, where
exhibit modular so it could be transported more easily. the club has them on display. Over the years








"Most of our meetings

consist of working

on the models and

sets, or building

new ones. Everybody

gets to do what

they do best."
GILBERT THOMAS JR.
Train show director, on the clulbs weekly meetings

the club members worked to make much of
their exhibit modular so it could be trans-
ported more easily.
The H. B. Plant Railroad Historical Society,
founded in 1980 and located in Plant City
since about 1985, was
named for Henry B. Plant,
the developer and rail- IF YOU GO
road magnate who
brought the railroad to WHAT: 19th annual
this part of the state in the Model Train Show and
late 1800s. The city was Swap Meet sponsored
named in his honor. Plant Railroad
The club has its elab-
orate model train system, WHEN: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
with scaled mountains, Saturday
lakes and towns, set up in WHERE. Trinkle center
several rooms on the at Hillsborough Com-
third floor of the commu- munity College's Plant
City campus, 1206 N.
nity center at 605 N. Col- Park Road
lins St.
Adams, a retired Delta COST: Admission is $6
mehaic for adults: children 17
Airlines jet mechanic, and younger are
said his lifelong love of admitted free with a
trains led him to recently paying adult
join the club. INFORMATION: Call
"I wanted to build my train show director
own set," Adams said. Gilbert Thomas Jr. at
"But model trains have (863) 412-3090 or
changed a lot over the e-mail h2399@im at sn.com
years. There is more to it
than ever. The members WEB SITE:.
in the H. B. Plant railroad www.hbplantrr.org
club have been very help-
ful and friendly. I was
glad to join the club. Now I'm looking forward
to my first show and swap meet. "
The club has about 45 members. They meet
at the community center from 7 to 9 p.m.
Tuesday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, with
a break for lunch. Business meetings are the
last Tuesday monthly.
"We are always looking for people who are
interested in model railroading," Gilbert said.
"We invite anyone who wants to visit our
display, those who are hobbyists or just enjoy
model railroads to call, come by and visit.
Most of our meetings consist of working on
the models and sets, or building new ones.
Everybody gets to do what they do best."
Annual dues for the club are $60. Winter
visitors can pay $5 per month to join.
Thomas can be contacted by e-mail at
Thomas_12399@msn.comor by telephone at
(863) 412-3090. For club photos and activities,
go to www.hbplantrr.org.

Reporter George H. Newman can be reached at
(813) 865-4451.


Tribune photos by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
John Smith, left, with Mike Rooks and club vice president Randy Nothdorf, is a new, part-time member of the H.
B. Plant Railroad Historical Society. He is visiting the Plant City area from Oshawa, Ontario.


The club has its elaborate model train system, with scaled mountains, lakes and towns, set up in several rooms
on the third floor of the 1914 Plant City High School Community Center at 605 N. Collins St.



























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Foothill Bluegrass
Band is among the
new acts.
By DAVE NICHOLSON
dnicholson@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY A bluegrass
band will be the headline act
as the Florida Opry takes the
stage March 28.
The Foothill Bluegrass Band
will be making its first appear-
ance at the opry, a variety
show that loosely is modeled
after Nashville's Grand Ole
Opry. Bluegrass has been a big
hit at the shows, said Randy
Dallman, promoter of the
oprys.
"We're finding out here in
Plant City it's pretty big," he
said.
The Florida Opry shows in-
clude country music, humor
and gospel at the 1914 Plant
City High School Community
Center, 605 N. Collins St.
Other acts at the March 28
show include:
Kris Pierce, a Christian
gospel artist from Nashville.
Dallman said he recently met
Pierce at the Florida Straw-
berry Festival and has been
impressed with his music. This
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Ronda Kelly, a country
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This is her first appearance at
the Opry, said Dallman, who
added, "we're giving her her
first 15 minutes of fame."
Gospel Truth Quartet, a
group that makes frequent
church appearances and is a
veteran of the Opry stage.
Tina Dallman, a country
singer and Randy Dallman's
daughter. She's also appeared
at many Opry shows and is a
pre-med student at the Uni-
versity of South Florida.
This is the next-to-last show
of the season for the Opry; the
final one is April 11.
Retired pharmacist Myrle
Henry founded the Opry in
1998 and operated the shows
until 2007. After a year's hiatus,
Dallman took over the concert
series.
Dallman said he is begin-
ning to turn his attention to
the 2009-10 Opry and plans a
show featuring Grand Ole
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"We're already starting to
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WHAT: Florida
Opry
WHEN: 7 to 11
p.m. March 28
.WHERE- 1914
Plant City High
School Commu-
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N. Collins St.
FEATURED ACTS:
Foothill Blue-
grass Band,
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OFFERINGS
FOUNDER'S DAY: Greater
Love Christian Center, 1109 N.
Franklin St., Plant City, is cele-
brating Founder's Day. Services
include a banquet at 7 p.m.
Friday featuring Apostle Tumba
Kanyinda of Christ Revelation
Ministries; 11 a.m. Sunday wor-
ship featuring Bishop Francis S.
Davis, General Assembly of the
1st Born; and 4 p.m. Sunday
worship featuring T.W. Jenkins
of New Hope Baptist Church.
The theme is "Enlarge, Lengthen
and Strengthen Your Place in
the Lord." Call (813) 759-8270.
REVIVAL- The General Assem-
bly Pentecostal-Church, 7416
Deleuil Ave., Tampa, is holding a
revival with evangelists C.C.
Hinton of Stockbridge, Ga. and
Ellsworth Davis of Griffin, Ga.
Services are at 7 p.m. daily
through Saturday. Call (813)
493-8473.
CLASSES BEGINNING: Six
courses will begin this month at
Evangelical University and Semi-
nary, 105 E. Baker St., Plant City.
Two undergraduate courses,
including an introduction to
Christian education and Sunday
school and introduction to bibli-
cal counseling, begin Saturday.
The other four courses are for
those who already have bache-
lor's degrees. Those courses,
Old Testament theology, in-
troduction to synoptic gospels.
Christian theology and introduc-
tion to the synoptic gospels, will
be offered Tuesdays. There is a
$25 application fee and tuition
is $45 per hours. For informa-
tion, call Barbara Houser at
(813) 704-4404.
LEARNING CENTER SIGNUPS:


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Singups are ongoing for pre-
school and afterschool care at
First Baptist Learning Center,
503 N. Palmer St. Signups are
for the summer and 2009-2010
programs. Preschool is for ages
2 to 4 and afterschool is for
kindergarten through fifth
grade. Call (813) 754-1773.
YARD SALE: A yard sale to
benefit St. Mary Community
Church will be 7 a.m. March 28
at a home at 1321 E. Alabama
St., Plant City. Clothing, food
and other items will be offered
for sale.
TROMBONE QUARTET: Cop-
per Silver and Brass Trombone
Quartet will provide music dur-
ing the 10:45 a.m. March 29
service at Cork United Method-
ist Church, 4815 W. Sam Allen
Road, Plant City. The Copper
Silver and Brass Trombone
Quartet was founded in the
early '90s by Vickii Latimer.
There is no admission charge.
Call (813) 754-3233.
EGG DROP: The third annual
Great Egg Drop sponsored by
First Baptist Church of Plant
City will be held 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. March 28 on land the
church owns at 3309 S. James
L. Redman Parkway, also known
as State Road 39, across from
Sparkman Road. The event will
include plastic eggs dropped by
a helicopter, free food and
drinks for children, hot air bal-
loon, games and more. Call
(813) 752-4104.
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desired publication date. Include your
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Send to Offerings, The Tampa Tri-
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Veteran John D.
Carr Jr. died last
month at 85.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Relatives and
friends gathered last week to
pay final tribute to a man they.
said served his family, his
community and his country.
John D. Carr Jr., 85, who
opened Plant City's first used
import car dealership, died
Feb. 27 at his Walden Lake
home.
Carr was born in Bradenton
and moved with his family to
Plant City in 1936. He graduat-
ed from Plant City High School
in 1942 and was an Army veter-
an, serving during World War
II.
"My father was most of all a
patriot," .said his son John L.
Carr. "Dad served in the Army
during and after World War II,
and was dedicated to his coun-
try. When we were growing up,
every year we would travel to
whatever state was hosting his
Army division's annual re-
union. Dad was a member of
the American Legion."
Carr served four times as
commander of the American
Legion Norman McLeod Post
No. 26 in the 1960s and again


in the 1970s.
"After returning from the
war in Europe, Dad worked in
car' sales," Carr said. "During
the '50s and '60s he always
provided my mother with a car
so she could bring polio vic-
tims and other crippled chil-
dren to the hospitals that pro-
vided treatment."
Many people remember
Carr as an honest and reliable
man.
"My father knew John Carr
Jr. back in the '40s and '50s,"
lawyer Steve Sparkman said.
"He was known for his honesty
and for integrity. Beyond that,
my impression of Mr. Carr was
that he epitomized the ideal of
[Tom] Brokaw's '"Greatest Gen-
eration.' He never swayed in
his loyalty to America or to the
men and women who served
in the armed forces."
Under Carr's leadership, the
American Legion sponsored
local students, including
Sparkman, in the Boys State
leadership program.
Lawyer James Buzbee knew
Carr through his car dealership
on South Collins Street. Carr
owned a used car dealership
specializing in imports until he
retired in 1991.
"Mr. Carr was a dependable

See CARR FUNERAL, Page 17 I


Carr family photo
John D. Carr Jr., who died Feb. 27, is shown with his wife, Margo, in
a photo taken in 1997 for their 50th wedding anniversary.



Carr Was Known


For His Integrity


Patriotism








CARR FUNERAL

Continued From Page 16

dealer who you knew would
give you a fair. deal and stand
behind the product," Buzbee
said. "People came from all
over to deal with Mr. Carr. His'
good reputation was well
known."
Buzbee said Carr was a
member of the famed 42nd
Rainbow Division that fought
its way across France and
Germany, reaching Munich
on April 30, 1945, just before
the war in Europe ended.
Along the way, they stopped
to accept the surrender of the
Dachau .concentration camp,
the event that earned lasting
fame for the Rainbow Divi-.
sion.
The Rev. Wayne Roberts,
pastor at Northside Baptist
Church, said Carr attended
the church faithfully for 25
years before his baptism
some. five years ago.
"John was a faithful follow-
er of Christ," Roberts said
during a March 7 funeral ser-
vice. "For many years he at-
tended, without joining the
church. Then one day a


Carr family photo
Carr was reportedly the first car dealer in Plant City to sell
imported models.


granddaughter opened his
heart to God. We know that
John is now with Jesus in
heaven."
Carr was a University of
Florida fan who drove a truck
with Gators colors. "The Ga-
tor truck we saw for so long
will no longer have John in it.
But he will live forever in our
hearts," Roberts said.
Northside music minister
Bobby Lane sang "Let It Be,
Dear Lord," "How Great Thou
Art" and "Amazing Grace"
during the service.
Carr was a member and


officer of the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce;
.past president of the Civitan
and Jaycees; was a first lieu-
tenant in the Plant City.High-
way Patrol Auxiliary; and
member of the Auto Dealers
Association.
Carr is survived by his wife
of 62 years, Margo, sons John
L., Sam and Thomas; daugh-
ter Nancy Cunigan (Brock),
seven grandchildren and 10
great-grandchildren.

Reporter George H. Newman can
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PLANT CIT Y UPDATE


Festival Enjoys
Sweet Success
The Florida Strawberry Fes-
tival ended its 11-day run with
attendance totaling about
500,000, according to a prelim-
inary count.
"We're going to be right on
par with last year, I think,
maybe even up a little bit,"
General Manager Paul Davis
.said. Last year's attendance
was "a little over 500,000." *
A final count will be avail-
able after festival officials cal-
culate the number of dis-
counted tickets sold at area
Sweetbay grocery stores.
The festival, which opened
Feb. 26, generally was blessed
with excellent weather. The
first Sunday was an exception:
cold and blustery. But that
night was highlighted by the
sold-out Taylor Swift concert;
which drew thousands of fans,
mostly young ones, unde-
terred by the weather.
Many who bought the ad-
vance tickets arrived early or
stayed late to experience the
festival midway and other at-
tractions, Davis said.
"It's those 13- to 17-year-


olds who come to the fair and
really enjoy the rides and the
cotton candy," Davis said. "So
for a really cold day ... it was a
great concert to have."
The festival ended March 8.
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Airman, Wife Get Prime
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Air Force Staff Sgt. Brian
Hannon, who. is deploying
soon for his eighth tour of Iraq,
wanted to surprise his wife,
Andrea, with the ;chance to
meet her favorite entertainer,
Jessica Simpson.
The Florida Strawberry Fes-
tival got wind of his dream and
arranged the next best thing:
prime seats for the couple at
Simpson's March 8 concert.
Festival public relations rep-
resentative Lizz Harmon of
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non's wish through a friend.
Festival director Al Berry do-
nated two second-row seats
and Barb Caccamisi of St.
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church'sshortcake booth.
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stage and met a member of
Simpson's band, although the
singer was not available.
The Hannons, both 26,. live
at MacDill Air Force Base and
have been married seven
years. They have three chil-
dren, 6-year-old Christopher
and 4-year-old twin daughters
Stephanie and Kaia.
While they didn't get to
meet Simpson, "they were so
excited" with the VIP treat-
ment at the festival and con-
cert, Harmon said. Andrea
Hannon took advantage of her
spot to take 110 digital shots of
Simpson during her perfor-
mance.
Hannon is leaving shortly
for a year in Iraq.
Dave Nicholson

Enjoy The Sweet Harvest
And Help 4-H
A local strawberry field will
be open for U-pick from 8:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday to
benefit the Hillsborough
County 4-H.
Fancy Farms at County Line
and Rice roads will offer U-
pick strawberries for $1 per
two quarts. Already picked
berries will be $2 for two
quarts.
Participants can also donate
the berries to local food banks.
All proceeds will benefit 4-H


Air Force Staff
Sgt. Brian Han-
non and his wife,
FAndrea, were
given primehoon
seats to Jessica
Simpson's show
at the Florida
Strawberry Festi-
awberry Festival


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Fancy Farms is on the west
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three miles south of Interstate
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local food banks.
Through March 28t Curves
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Collectively, over the past five
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PLANT CITY Gladys Jeffcoat,
a professional photographer
for 45 years, will be presented
the Heritage Award at next
week's Plant City Photo Ar-
chives annual gala.
The Plant City native's ex-
tensive photography career
began at age 16, and her life's
work chronicles Plant City's
heritage and history, archives
President Ed Verner said.
Still in high school, in 1941
the 16-year-old was earning $1
weekly at The Hollywood Stu-
dio, a Plant City portrait busi-
ness, said Gil Gott, Photo Ar-
chives executive director. She
learned the business from the
ground up, from darkroom
work to lighting and timing.
At 19, the Plant City native
persuaded the owner of Kram-
er Photo Service to sell her his
studio on a monthly in-
stallment plan.
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if not all, photography in stu-


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Jeffcoat
She was the offi-
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for the Strawberry
Festival.


IF YOU GO

WHAT: "Evening of Picture-
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WHEN: 6:30 p.m. March 26
WHERE: Red Rose Ballroom,
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N. Wheeler St., Plant City
COST: $75 per person; $85 for
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RESERVATIONS: Call (813)
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dios; it was basically portraits,"
Gott said. "She was one of the
first to actually go out on site,"
shooting high school sports
and other activities.,
Jeffcoat was the official pho-
tographer for Plant City High
and the. Florida Strawberry
Festival. Her Arcade Studio
was Plant City's first camera


shop and Eastman Kodak re-
tailer.
Jeffcoat, 84, retired in 1990
and last year turned over thou-
sands of her photos to the
Plant City Photo Archives to
ensure they are preserved.
In addition to her photogra-
phy, Jeffcoat was active in the
preservation of the area's his-
tory and heritage through the
East Hflillsborough Historical
Society, of which she is a foun-
ding member:
She was active in efforts to
preserve the 1914 Plant City
High School Community Cen-
ter, was on the Arts Council of
Plant City board and active
with the council's efforts to
save the historic train depot.
Jeffcoat was named Woinan of
Achievement by the Plant City
Business & Professional Wom-
en's Club in 1985.
"She's an interesting wom-
an," Gott said.
The seventh annual black-
tie-optional gala, Evening of
Picture-Perfect Memories, will
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Combo, a continuous hors
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Presented to an outstanding
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community's history and heri-
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dnicholson@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Jessica Simp-
son's concert at the Florida
Strawberry Festival may have
gotten mixed reviews from
music critics.
But the 28-year-old pop-
turned-country singer's looks
at the festival were a big hit.
The blond diva put to rest
rumors of a weight gain the
minute she took the stage.
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sites ran photos and stories on
Simpson and the Daisy Duke
short-shorts she wore during
her hourlong concert.
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the 'performance,' at least her
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last night [March 8] at the
Strawberry Festival in Plant
City, Fla., in itty-bitty denim
cutoffs and a corset so that
everyone would say good
things about her. (And they
are!)"
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JESSICA SIMPSON

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Simpson: Smokin' in Daisy
Dukes," ExtraTV.com said
Simpson's weight became "a
topic of national attention
when she was snapped looking
a little heavier at a chili cook-
off earlier this year." The Web
site included a photo of her at
the festival and a brief article
said she "rocked" the stage in
her skimpy outfit.
Simpson has been criticized
recently for forgetting lyrics
and appearing to cry during
performances, but she only
had one gaffe during the
March 8 show: She came on
stage 30 minutes late with, the
cheerful greeting, "Hello, Tam-
pa!"
Plant City Mayor Rick Lott,
who was dt the concert, said he


and others tried to remind her
that the festival is in Plant City.
"We said it as loud- as we
could," Lott said, but Simpson
either didn't hear or decided
not to correct herself.
'Lott explained the delay in
Simpson taking the stage: He
said she wanted sunlight to
fade so the fans could better
appreciate the lighting and see
her better on the large video
screens.
Simpson, whose acting
credits include the 2005 film
"The Dukes of Hazzard," was
one of several stars during the
11-day festival.
Lott said he was pleased that
the festival's entertainment
caused such a splash.
"We were thrilled to get the
national exposure we did," he
said.

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Tribune photos by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Festival queen Lauren Der'shows the blue-ribbon flat of strawberries with her court Wingate Farms won second place in one of the festival's best flat contests. The flat
members, from left, Feaster, Newsome, Joclyn Emerson and Megan Cochran. of berries was shown by first maid Sara Beth Newsome, left, and Morgan Feaster.



Strawberry Sale Brings Queen's Ransom


Two auctions generated $12,250 for the Florida Strawberry Growers Association scholarship fund.


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY It's a long-held
tradition in eastern Hillsbor-
ough County for members of
the Florida Strawberry Grow-
ers Association to compete in
the Florida Strawberry Festi-
val's best flat contests.
It's a pretty sweet deal.
During- the past 20 years,
association growers have pro-
vided hand-selected strawber-
ries to be judged in three sep-
,rate contests during the 11-
day festival. Growers and their
berries have the chance to be
recognized by a panel of judg-
es that select the top three flats
during each competition
based on color, shape, size,
uniformity and taste.
"Judges are chosen from the


general public," said Sue Har-
rell, the association's director
of marketing. "Those selected
as judges are not affiliated with
growers, farms, the festival or
shippers."
The top three flats are cho-
sen and then auctioned off
prior to the festival's steer,
swine and plant youth auc-
tions. Through the years more
than, $300,000 in scholarships
has been awarded to students
pursuing degrees in agricul-
ture studies.
"This year we are providing
eight $1,000 scholarships and a
number of $750 scholarships
to benefit agricultural stu-
dents," Harrell said. "Over the
years we have provided schol-
arships to over 300 students."
The flats are often pur-


chased at the auctions by the
-handlers that market the ber-
ries after they are harvested.
The first contest was held
prior to the Feb. 27 swine sale.
Winners and buyers in that
best flat contest included first
place, Fancy Farms, purchased
by handler Wishnatzki Farms
for $1,500; second place, E.W.
Simmons Farms, purchased by
Patterson Trucking for $900;
and third place, Mike Lott
Farms, purchased by handler
C&D Fruit and Vegetable Co.
for $1,200.
On March 1, a new batch of
berries was accepted and
judged prior to the youth orna-
mental plant sale.
Winners in that auction in-
cluded first place, Fancy


Farms, purchased by Wish-
natzki Farms for $500; second
place, Sparkman Road Farms,
purchased by Wishnatzki
Farms for $600; and third
place, E.W. Simmons Farms,
purchased by Wishnatzki
Farms for $800.
On March 7, a new batch of
strawberries selected by the
growers was judged and auc-
tioned before the steer sale.
Winners in that auction in-
cluded first place, Sparkman
Road Farms, purchased by
handler Colorful Harvest for
$3,500; second place, Wingate
Farms, purchased by handler
JMB Brothers for $2,500; and
third place, E.W. Simmons
Farms, purchased by Wish-
natzki Farms for $750.


The auctions generated
$12,250 for the association
scholarship fund.
New this year, each grower
that participated in the best
flat contest received a ticket for
every flat they entered to win
the use of a Challenger tractor
from Ring Power. The estimat-
ed value of the tractor if rented
is about $2,500.
Ring Power is the Caterpillar
dealer for northern and central
Florida, offering equipment
sales, service, parts and rent-
als.
Jamie Garcia with Florida
Pacific Farms was the draw-
ing's winner.

Reporter George H. Newman can
be reached at (813) 865-4451.


Festival's Beef Sale Boasts Generous Buyers

The 109 student exhibitors are expected to-share more than $450,000 from the livestock auction.


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Students from
4-H and FFA clubs across the
area reaped some reward for
the hard work they put into
preparing for the annual Flori-
da Strawberry Festival steer
show and auction.
Festival officials said the 109
students are expected to share


more than $450,000 from the
March 7 auction. That is, on
average, more than $3.60 per
pound, on the hoof. The cur-
rent market value for beef on
the hoof is about 62 cents
locally.
"We don't have the totals for
the auction completed," said
Jim Jeffries, festival treasurer
and director. "Following the


auction each year companies
and individuals will often add
on dollars to a particular sale
to increase the value received
by the student. We expect to
exceed $500,000 when the
add-ons are included."
Exhibitors are allowed to use
the money made at auction to
pay for educational expenses
such as college and trade


schools.
Leading those benefiting
from the sale was FFA exhibi-
tor Darren Turner, a Plant City
High School student. Turner
showed the steer judged grand
champion during the March 4
youth steer show.
Ron Hall, a representative of
Mosaic, the national leader in
the production of fertilizer ma-


trial, was the high bidder on
Turner's 1,225 pound steer.
The winning bid was $11 per
pound. The total paid by Mo-
saic for just that one steer was
$13,475. That is about $12,617
above the normal market
price.
Hall, a lifelong resident in

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Children Crowned Winners At Parade

About 120 kids competed in the baby parade at the Florida Strawberry Festival.


By DAVE NICHOLSON
dnicholson@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY About 120 chil-
dren, dressed as princesses or
knights or riding in elaborate
floats, took part March 8 in the
annual Florida Strawberry Fes-
tival baby parade.
Youngsters ages 1 to 4 com-
peted in categories such as
most beautiful, most person-
ality and best costume. A panel
of 16 out-of-town judges
picked the winners, said Nia
Ramo, who headed the contest
presented by the Plant City
Junior Woman's Club and
sponsored by Verizon. The 2.h
hour show was emceed by
Cyndi Edwards of WFLA,
Channel 8's "Daytime" show.
The judges had a tough job,
Ramo said. They were so cute,
"you want to give them all an
award," she said.
The baby parade is one of
the oldest festival events, dat-
ing at least to the 1950s. "My
mom won in 1962," Ram6 said.
The parade includes chil-
dren riding on floats, in cos-
tume or dressed to catch the
judges' eyes.
A king, queen and court
members are selected from
entries in the 4-year-old com-
petitions.This year's winners
included queen Emma Sho-
walter, king Gerald Williams
and court members Haley Bell,
Regan Elser, Quinton Kahelin
and Ashley Walls.
Here are the winners:
I-Year Olds
Most Personality: Alivia
Eben, first place; Jaxson In-
zerillo, second place; Austin
Creel, third place.
Most Original Float: Chloe


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Florida Strawberry Festival
Morgan Feaster, Sara Newsome, Lauren Der, Joclyn Emerson and Megan Cochran stand behind Haley
Bell, Ashley Walls, Emma Showalter, Gerald Williams, Quinton Kahelin and Regan Elser.


Suits, first place; Caden Bry-
ant, second place; Carson
Brock, third place.
Most Beautiful Float: Han-
nah Rae: Layton, first place;
Jasmine Heistand, second
place; Trinity Fortner, third
place.
Most Handsome: Zy Floyd,
first place; Tucker Garner, sec-
ond place; Josh Dubose, third
place.
Most Beautiful: Ava Var-
num, first place; Layla Lawyer,
second place; Abigail Mullis,
third place.
Best Costume: Braden
Jones, first place; Chesney
Stackhouse', second place;
Kendall Wright, third place.


To see more of
the Plant City
Courier & Tri-
bune's coverage of the
Florida Straubernr Festi-
val, including articles and
photo galleries, go to
plantcity.tbo.com.


2-Year-Olds
Most Personality: Madison
Kinney, first place; Gracey
Cowder, second place; Amelia
Boyce, third place.
Most Original Float: Lillie
Alana Riner, first place; Ema-
leiah Bradshaw, second place;
Taylor Carlisle, third place.
Most Beautiful Float: Ma-


kayla Register, first place; Em-
merson Givens, second place;
Gracie Garner, third place.
Most Handsome: Easton
Morrow, first place; Guada-
lupe Villanueva, second place;
Caleb Swindle, third place.
Most Beautiful: Lauren Lau-
nikitis, first place; Hannah
Walker, second place; Skyler
Barber, third place.
Best Costume: Kinleigh
Duncan, first place; Anthony
Knight, second place; Caden
Allen Trapnell, third place.
3-Year-Olds
Most Personality: Chase Pat-
rick Simpson, first place; Au-
brey Hancock, second place;
Tegan Christie, third place.
Most Original Float: Aiden


Grooms, first place; Tanner
Rollyson, second place; Justin
Thomas Layton, third place.
Most Beautiful Float: Olivia
Little, first place; Lilly Hall,
second place; Eli Dean His-
cock, third place.
Most Handsome: Frankie
McBride, first place; Jayden
Brown, second place; Caden
Mitten, third place.
Most. Beautiful: Natalee
Guevara, first place; Madelynn
Farmer, second place; Saige
Starford, third place.
Best Costume: Paige Zare-
cor, first place; Colby Brewing-
ton, second place; Kiona Da-
vis, third place.

4-Year-Olds
Most Personality: Haley Bell,
first place; Kylie Glenn, second
place; Lillian Lee, third place.
Most Original Float: Quin-
ton Kahelin, first place; Jade,,
Newman, second place; Emily.
Grace Linton, third place.
Most Beautiful Float: Regan
Esler, first place; Emma Ste-
phens, second place; Melody
Cooper, third place. !
Most Handsome: Gerald
Wayne Williams, first place;
Judson Wade Smith, second
place; Tryston Barber, third
place.
Most Beautiful: Emma
Reese Showalter, first 'place;
Emma Grace Livingston, sec-
ond place; Brenna Mae Stur-
gis, third place.
Best Costume: Ashley Walls.-
first place; Gabrielle Phillips,
second place; Courtney
O'Rourke, third place.

Reporter Dave Nicholson can be
reached at (813) 865-4432.


BEEF SALE

Continued From Page 28

Plant City, is responsible for
land management for Mosaic.
He has worked in the industry
for 30 years.
"This is my second year re-
presenting Mosaic at the Flori-
da Strawberry Festival auc-
tions," Hall said. "We are
proud to support our youth in
Central Florida who partici-
pate in FFA, 4-H'and other
youth organizations. They are
the future of farming and the


future of our nation."
Hall used Mosaic dollars to
buy seven steers at the festival
auction. He also purchased
four pigs at the Feb. 27 festival
swine sale.
"'The company also sent me
to the DeSoto and Hardee
County fairs to do the same
thing," Hall said. "Other com-
pany representatives partici-
pated in livestock sales at the
Polk, Manatee and Sarasota
County fairs."
About 70 companies and in-
dividuals cast bids for the
/steers, which were raised and
shown by the youths.
"It's great to see how the


businesses and people in and
around Plant City support the
kids in 4-H and FFA," Jeffries
said.
Jerrod Parker, the division 2
reserve champion, drew the
second highest bid. His 1,164
pound steer received a $11,640
bid from Dennis Newsome.
Central Maintenance & Weld-
ing paid $6 per pound for the
reserve grand champion steer
exhibited by Katlyn Messick.
Her steer weighed 1,264
pounds and brought $7,584.
All of the steer exhibitors
received at least $2 per pound
at the auction.
The remaining exhibitors of


the top 10 steers were: Derrick
Knight; Jesse Wall; Haley Ours;
Zachary Lloyd; Jordan Butts;
Jeffery Hall; Garrett Roberts
and Alicia Gilbertson.
"All of us involved in the
agriculture shows at the Straw-
berry Festival appreciate the
important role of our sponsors
and livestock buyers," Jeffries
said. "Through their efforts a
substantial contribution is
made to the students who ex-
hibit livestock."
The livestock show moved
this year to a new area on the
festival grounds. Festival Gen-
eral Manager Paul Davis said
he thought the visitors attend-


ing the agricultural exhibits
enjoyed the expanded quar-
ters.
"The arenas were larger this
year and the facilities for the
exhibitors were designed to be
more user-friendly," Davis
said. "We were pleased. The
FFA and 4-H kids had more
room to spread out as they
prepared their animals. We
provided a lunch room and
additional washing areas for
the exhibitors. The facility was
improved all around."


Reporter George H. Newman can
be reached at (813) 865-4451.






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Historical Hotel
PLANT CITY The 1914 Plant
City High School Community
Center, 605 N. Collins St., will
host Henry Plant Museum's
award-winning theater pro-
duction, "Upstairs/Downstairs
at the Tampa Bay Hotel," at 2
p.m. May 16.
The living history theater
program was created to bring
turn-of-the-century Tampa
Bay Hotel staff members and
guests to life. The vignettes are
based on research conducted
by the Henry Plant Museum.
Gianna Russo, museum
curator of education, will
chronicle the building and
impact of the hotel and the
life of its famous builder, Hen-
ry B. Plant, and historian Rob-
ert Kerstein will clarify Plant's
pivotal role and answer ques-
tions about the history of
Tampa.
For information, call Sally
Shifke at the museum at (813)
258-7302.

Kids Can Play For Free
At Church Fest
BRANDON Christ Commu-
nity Church's second annual
KidFEST, a free event, will be
from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. March


28 on the church grounds,
1310 John Moore Road. There
will be game booths, a rock
climbing wall, bounce houses,
a juggler, face-painting, a live
DJ, food and door prize draw-
ings.
This year there will be a
craft show. If you are interest-
ed in participating in the craft
show, call the church office at
(813) 685-6786. Children must
be accompanied by an adult.

You Can Help Keep
Hillsborough Beautiful
PLANT CITY The Great
American Cleanup, a nation-
wide community improve-
ment effort, is seeking volun-
teers for Hillsborough Coun-
ty's April 18 cleanup day.
Keep Hillsborough County
Beautiful is recruiting site
captains, volunteers and local
sponsors to coordinate or
assist in project efforts, which
include tree and flower plant-
ings, community repainting
initiatives, anti-litter cam-
paigns, recycling activities and
litter removal on roads, water-
ways and parks.
For information, call orga-
nization Executive Director
Christine Commerce at (813)
960-5121.

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Of City Workshop
PLANT CITY Backyard hab-
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p.m. Thursday environmental
education workshop spon-
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can bring recycled or special
materials from home to dec-
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'Journey To The Cross'
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PLANT CITY Cork United
Methodist Church will present
"Journey to the Cross" from 3
to 6 p.m. March 28 and 4 to 6
p.m. March 29. The event
features a visual and symbolic
walk through the days leading
up to Easter, including the
Upper Room, cross, tomb and
garden.
The church is at 4815 W.
Sam Allen Road. The event is
free.
For information, call (813)


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Local Store Offers To Fax
Resumes For Free-
PLANT CITY Debbie Sieben-
that of The UPS Store, 117 W.
Alexander St., wants to help
those who are looking for a
job. The store is offering free
fax service to anyone who
needs to fax r6sumes.
The store is open from 8
a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday
through Friday and from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Have Dessert, Discussion
At Hope Lutheran
PLANT CITY Hope Luther-
an Church, 2001 N. Park Road,


will have another in its series
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Discuss, at 7 p.m. Monday.
Featured speakers are Steve
Nierman, chief operating offi-
cer of South Florida Baptist
Hospital, and his wife, Angie
Nierman, vice president of
network operations for United
Health Care. The topic of
discussion is "Don't Cough
Too Hard the Future of
Health Care & Current Health
Care Changes in the Econom-
ic Stimulus Package." After
their presentation, there will
be a time for questions and
answers. Desserts will be
served.
According to Hope's parish
nurse, Joyce VanMatre, "We
hear so much today about the
future of health care and


many differing understand-
ings of what changes are in
store under the stimulus plan,
that it is best for us to rise
above the rumors and hear
from professionals in the field.
Who better for us to hear and
learn from than Steve and
Angie, leading health profes-
sionals in our Plant City com-
munity. We encourage anyone
who has questions and con-
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health care, including Medi-
care, to join us on March 22."
For information, call the
church at (813) 752-4622.
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The Civitan Club's Youth Parade draws 50 groups for the Hometown USA spectacle.
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By CHERYL KUCK
Tribune correspondent
PLANT CITY More than 50
organizations took to the
streets Feb. 28 during the Plant
City Civitan Club's annual
Youth Parade.
Marching bands, floats and
other entries marched from
the State Farmers Market past
the Florida Strawberry Festival
grounds in the 36th annual
parade.
The theme was Hometown
USA and many of the floats
featured patriotic red, white
and blue.
The parade was led by the
Durant High School honor
guard, including 15-year-old
Joe Mejia, who carried the
American flag, flanked by 17-
year-old Nina Feliciano and
16-year-old Amanda Makrides.
They led the parade past a
group of judges outside South
Florida Baptist Hospital. The
judges selected the top parade
entrants in four categories,
best band, best marching unit,
best church float and best club
or group float.
Parade marshals were Dus-
tin Hinson of Plant City High
School and Angel Chavez of
Durant High.
The parade is limited to
youths, with the exception of
adult chaperones.
Hundreds lined the streets
to watch the parade and cheer
for their favorite groups and
floats.
The parade was organized
under the direction of Pat
Pogue of the Civitan Club. All
units were judged on general
appearance, originality in dis-
play and theme.
Here's a list of the winners
in each category and the priz-
es:
Best Band Entry:
First place: Eastside Ele-
mentary Soaring Eagles Band,
trophy and rosette
Second place: Pierce Middle
-School Marching Band, rosette
Third place: Bums Middle
School Band, rosette
Best Marching Unit:


HEALTH NOTES
ALLIANCE: A National Alliance
on Mental Illness support group
for east Hillsborough County
meets at 7 p.m. the fourth
Thursday monthly in the Bran- -
don area at 1402 Jontilly Place,
near State Road 60 and Hilltop


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Photo by CHERYL KUCK
Riders on the Little Miss Plant City float included, from the left, court member Ellie
Shouse, first maid Drew Knotts, queen Taylor Michael, court member Kaitie Bracewell and
court member Alissa Baker.


Photo by CHERYL KUCK
Cork Elementary School's float was a third-place group winner in
the Youth Parade.


First place: Hillsborough
County Twirlettes, trophy and
rosette
Second place: Patrick
Patriots Marching Unit, rosette
Third place: Let's Twirl, ro-
sette


Drive. The group is designed to
help the loved ones of those
with mental illness. Call (813)
571-9811 or go to www.nami
hillsborough.org.

SOUTH FLORIDA BAPTIST HOS-
PITAL These events are planned
for South Florida Baptist Hospi-


Best Church Float:
First place: Shiloh Baptist
Church, $100, trophy and ro-
sette
Second place: Evangelical
Presbyterian Church and
Learning Center, rosette


tal, 301 N. Alexander St. Classes
are free unless otherwise noted.
For information, call (813) 754-
4444 unless otherwise noted:
Diabetes support group: 5 to
6 p.m. first Tuesday monthly;
registration is required by call-
ing (813) 757-8202.
Blood pressure checks: 1 to 2


The Durant High School honor guard led
the Youth Parade on Feb. 28. From left
are Nina Feliciano, 17, Joe Mejia, 15, and
Amanda Makrides, 16.


Photo from Rhonda Jett
Bryan Elementary School Parent Teacher Student Association's
float won second place in the group float division.


Third place: First Baptist
Church of Dover, rosette
Best Club/Group Float:
First place: J.S. Robinson El-
ementary School, $100, trophy
and rosette
Second place: Bryan Ele-


p.m. Tuesday at the communi-
ty resource center (main hospi-
tal lobby). No appointment
necessary.
Cholesterol screenings: 2 to 3
p.m. fourth Tuesday monthly in
community resource center
(main hospital lobby). Cost is
$25. No appointment necessary.


mentary School Parent Teach-
er Student Association, rosette
Third place: Cork Elementa-
ry School, rosette

Cheryl Kuck can be reached at
wkuck@tampabay.rr.com.


Bereaved parents group: 7
p.m. the fourth Thursday
monthly at the community con-
ference room. Call (813) 661-
9334.
Send items to Health Notes, Plant
City Courier & Tribune, 101 N. Wheel-
er St., Plant City FL 33563; e-mail to
dnicholson@tampatrib.com; or fax to
(813) 865-4441.


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I SHERIFF'S OFFICE
- This is a partial list of crimes and
0o service calls reported March 5-10 to
the Hillsborough County Sheriff's
- Office. Questions about a specific
- event should be directed to the sher-
0 iffs office at (813) 247-8200.

E 33527
Bethlehem Rd, Block 3500, assault/
Z battery, Mar. 6,11:34 p.m.
Bethlehem Rd, Block 3700, criminal
IL mischief, Mar. 7, 2:45 a.m.
Dixon Ave, Block 3000, disturbance,
Mar. 7, 8:12 a.m.
O Dixon Ave, Block 3100, prowler, Mar.
,- 7, 2:15 a.m.
Dover Rd N, Block 3100, person
down, Mar. 5, 4:50 p.m.
^ Dover Rd N, Block 700, illegal dump-
2 ing, Mar. 6, 2:37 p.m.
Dover Rd N/SR 60 E, DUI, Mar. 5,
< 9:04 p.m.
U Dr King Blvd E/Valrico Rd N, traffic
z crash/injuries, Mar. 9, 3:11 p.m.
S Dr King Blvd, Block 14600, dis-
5 turbance, Mar. 7,7:59 p.m.
Drexel Ave, Block 3100, assault/
E battery, Mar. 7,12:37 a.m.
i Fritzke Rd, Block-2600, illegal dump-
0 ing, Mar. 9, 3:34 p.m.
Holiness Church Rd, Block 14200,
vehicle burglary, Mar. 5, 3:53 p.m.
Leslie Bell Ln, Block 3800, domestic
violence, Mar. 7, 7:08 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual battery,
Mar. 6, 6:53 p.m.
Mcintosh Lakes Ln/Mclntosh, DUI,
Mar. 8, 8:53 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd/Jess Walden Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Mar. 6, 10:46 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd/Jess Walden Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Mar. 6, 10:50 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd/Mcintosh Lakes, traffic
crash/injuries, Mar. 8, 7:27 p.m.
Mclntosh Rd/Thonotosassa Rd,
animal call, Mar. 10,7:59 a.m.
Mclntosh Rd/Thonotosassa Rd,
disturbance, Mar. 7,7:42 p.m.
Mclntosh Rd/Tomar Dr, traffic
crash/injuries, Mar. 5, 2:04 p.m.
Mott Rd, Block 3300, mailbox
smashing, Mar. 9,10:10 a.m.
Renfroe Ave, Block 14800, dis-
turbance, Mar. 6,12:58 a.m.
Reola Rd, Block 4500, criminal
mischief, Mar. 10, 11:33 a.m.
Reola Rd, Block 4500, criminal
mischief, Mar. 10, 12:47 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5200, domestic
-violence, Mar. 7, 2:58 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5200, domestic
violence, Mar. 8, 9:54 a.m.


CRIME TRACKER


SR 60 E/Dover Rd N, DUI, Mar. 7,
11:28 p.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 1200, noise
complaint, Mar. 6, 3:29 p.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 1200, noise
complaint, Mar. 6, 8:38 p.m.
Sydney Rd/Dover Rd N, traffic
crash/injuries, Mar. 10, 6:38 p.m.
Sydney Washer Rd, Block 1400,
disturbance, Mar. 6, 5 p.m.
Sydney Washer Rd/Sydney Dover,
disturbance, Mar. 10, 8:42 p.m.
Tanner Rd/Dr King Blvd, traffic
crash/injuries, Mar. 7, 12:15 a.m.
US 92 E/Bethlehem Rd, theft in
progress, Mar. 8, 3:58 a.m.
US 92 E/Castlewood Rd, DUI, Mar. 9,
11:25 p.m.
US 92 W, Block 5400, person down,
Mar: 7, 1:47 a.m.
Valrico Rd N/Dr King Blvd E, illegal
dumping, Mar. 6, 1:19 p.m.
Waterscapes Ln, Block 15500, dis-
turbance, Mar. 10, 8:13 p.m.
Waterscapes Ln, Block 15500, dis-
turbance, Mar. 7, 6:50 p.m.

33540
Kelly Rd, Block 5400, domestic
violence, Mar. 9, 7:58 p.m.
Pless Rd, Block 5200, loose animal,
Mar. 6, 2:53 p.m.

33563
Glen Harwell Rd/Branch Forbes,
illegal dumping, Mar. 6, 7:47 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 4200, traffic crash/
injuries, Mar. 7, 3:07 p.m.
US 92 W, Block 4500, neighbor
trouble, Mar. 8, 9:20 p.m.
US 92 W/Turkey Creek Rd N, traffic
crash/injuries, Mar. 7, 3:08 p.m.

33565
1-4 Eastbound/Alexander/Wheeler,
traffic crash/injuries, Mar. 8, 6:59 p.m.
1-4 Eastbound/County Line Rd,
robbery, Mar. 10, 2:21 a.m.
Alexander St S/Mud Lake Rd, dis-
turbance, Mar. 5, 12:02 p.m.
Arbor Estate Wy/Country Meadows,
illegal dumping, Mar. 7, 3:29 p.m.
Azalea Blossom Dr, Block 3100,
deputy crash no injuries, Mar. 9, 7:14
a.m.
Bethlehem Rd N, Block 1900, graffiti,
Mar. 10, 5:12 p.m.
Bruton Rd/Paul Buchman Hwy, loose
animal, Mar. 5, 1:01 p.m.


Charlotte St W/Mobley St N, drug
law violation, Mar. 5, 7:40 p.m.
Charlotte St W/Mobley St N, drug
law violation, Mar. 9, 9:29 p.m.
Chickadee Ct, Block 400, distur-
bance, Mar. 10, 8:48 p.m.
Dr King Blvd E/Gordon St S, drug
law violation, Mar. 9,9:30 p.m.
Forest St S, Block 100, drug law
violation, Mar. 5, 6:49 p.m.
Haggerty Rd/Thonotosassa Rd,
graffiti, Mar. 9,1:05 p.m.
Lake Cr, Block 500, theft, Mar. 10,
11:26 a.m.
Lake Cr, Block 500, theft, Mar. 9,
2:06 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Mar.
7, 12:25 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd/Thonotosassa Rd,
animal call, Mar. 10, 7:59 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd/Thonotosassa Rd,
disturbance, Mar. 7, 7:42 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd/Tomar Dr, traffic
crash/injuries, Mar. 5, 2:04 p.m.
Moriczville Ln/Paul Buchman Hwy,
loose animal, Mar. 9, 12:33 p.m.'
Myrtle Ln, Block 100, traffic crash/
injuries, Mar. 6, 3:37 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy, Block 10600,
traffic crash/injuries, Mar. 10, 6:58 a.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/Knights-Griffin,
loose animal, Mar. 10, 10:25 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/Knights-Griffin,
loose animal, Mar. 9, 12:15 p.m.
Peeples Rd, Block 4800, disturbance,
Mar. 7,5:42 p.m.
Reynolds St W, Block 2200, drug law
violation, Mar..6, 10:47 p.m.
Reynolds St W, Block 2200, drug law
violation, Mar. 6, 11:31 p.m.
Reynolds St W, Block 2200, drug law
violation, Mar. 7, 12:27 a.m.
Reynolds St W, Block 2400, assault/
battery, Mar. 6, 11:07 p.m.
Reynolds St W, Block 2400, theft,
Mar. 8, 8:17 p.m.
Sam Allen Rd W, Block 4800, noise
complaint, Mar. 5, 8:01 p.m.
Sam Allen Rd W, Block 700, business
burglary, Mar. 8, 6:47 a.m.
Swindell Rd, Block 4100, criminal
mischief, Mar. 7,12:50 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 6700, dis-
turbance, Mar. 10, 5:09 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd/Haggerty Rd, loose
animal, Mar. 10, 8:06 p.m.
Tomlin St E, Block 400, criminal
mischief, Mar. 7, 10:33 a.m.
Waller St/Dr King Blvd W, drug law
violation, Mar. 5, 3:35 p.m.
Waller St/Dr King Blvd W, drug law
violation, Mar. 5, 3:36 p.m.


Wilder Rd N, Block 4200, illegal
dumping, Mar. 6, 1:01 p.m.

33566
Clarkwood Dr, Block 1300, animal
call, Mar. 7, 6:17 a.m.
Colson Rd, Block 1900, stolen vehicle,
Mar. 9, 10:38 a.m.
Colson Rd, Block 2200, theft, Mar. 8,
7:28 a.m.
Dr King Blvd/Forbes Rd S, DUI, Mar.
9,11 p.m.
Frontage Rd S, Block 3800, fire, Mar.
9,10:11 p.m.
Holland Grove Way, Block 4300,
theft, Mar. 7, 5:06 p.m.
Live Oak Dr, Block 2000, graffiti,
Mar. 5,11:20 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Mar.
10, 10:54 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Mar.
9,12:54 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
endangered, Mar. 10, 10:12 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Mar. 7, 9:23 a.m.
Maryland Ave 5, Block 10, theft, Mar.
10,10:14 a.m.
Oakview Ln, Block 3000, loose
animal, Mar. 5,1:05 p.m.
Old Hopewell Rd/SR 60 E, loose
animal, Mar. 7, 10:25 a.m.
SR 60 E/Smith Ryals Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Mar. 6,4:10 p.m.
SR 60 E/Turkey Creek Rd, loose
animal, Mar. 4, 11:58 p.m.
Smith Ryals Rd, Block 5200, theft,
Mar. 6, 5:38 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 2000, assault/
battery, Mar. 10, 4:03 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 2000, dis-
turbance, Mar. 10, 1:54 p.m.
Tom Brewer Ln, Block 2800, resi-
dential burglary, Mar. 9,1:04 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E, Block 600, residential
burglary, Mar. 10,3:46 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E, Block 600, residential
burglary, Mar. 10, 9:21 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/SR 60 E, traffic
crash/injuries, Mar. 7, 1:19 a.m.
Vicky Ann Dr, Block 100, disturbance,
Mar. 5, 6:18 p.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5100, assault/
battery, Mar. 5,11:33 a.m.
Wiggins Rd N/US 92 E, loose animal,
Mar. 7,10:44 p.m.

33567
C P Keen Rd/Forbes Rd N, fire, Mar.


6, 3:19 a.m.
CR 39 S, Block 8100, noise complaint,
Mar. 10, 12:50 p.m.
CR 39 S, Block 8400, vehicle burglary,
Mar. 6, 7:47 a.m.
CR 39 S/SR 60 E, loose animal, Mar.
10,12:31 p.m.
CR 39 S/SR 60 E, traffic crash/
injuries, Mar. 9,7:07 p.m.
Carey Rd/Nichols Rd, loud party,
Mar. 6,10:46 p.m.
Colson Rd, Block 1700, assault/
battery, Mar. 6,10:09 p.m.
Dover Rd S/Ottowa Rn, loose
animal, Mar. 8, 9:17 a.m.
Henry George Rd/Keysville Rd, loose
animal, Mar. 5, 6:17 p.m.
Holloway Rd/Bird Rd, traffic crash/
injuries, Mar. 7, 10:09 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Mar.
9,4:47 p.m.
Lumsden Rd E/Dover Rd 5, DUI, Mar.
7,1:39 a.m.
Old Hopewell Rd, Block 1100, loose
animal, Mar. 7,10:34 a.m.
Old Hopewell Rd/CR 39 S, loose
animal, Mar. 7,10:56 a.m.
Pitt Rd, Block 8500, person down,
Mar. 5, 8:24 a.m.
Rain Frog Ln, Block 5500, distur-
bance, Mar. 9, 6:36 p.m.
Roebuck Rd, Block 4600, noise
complaint, Mar. 8,7:07 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5300, noise complaint,
Mar. 7, 11:07 p.m.
SR 60 E/CR 39 S, traffic crash/
injuries, Mar. 9, 8:36 a.m.
SR 60 E/James L Redman Pkwy,
criminal mischief, Mar. 8, 11:46 a.m.
SR 60 W, Block 200, theft, Mar. 5,
4:04 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 2800, domestic
violence, Mar. 8, 8:49 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 300, traffic crash/
injuries, Mar. 9, 8:35 a.m.
Schmitz Ln, Block 5400, noise com-
plaint, Mar. 7,4:24 p.m.
Smith Ryals Rd, Block 5900, criminal
mischief, Mar. 7,9:21 a.m.
Trapnell Rd E, Block 3500, residential
burglary, Mar. 10, 2:27 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/Whitehead Rd,
traffic crash/injuries, Mar. 7,1:34 a.m.
Woodrow Wilson St N, Block 500,
liquor law violation, Mar. 10, 3:24 p.m.


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This crime index is published in an
effort to help residents keep track of
crime in their neighborhood and to
promote public safety. Below is a
listing of crimes handled by the Plant
City Police Department between March
2-8 arranged by ZIP code. These are
crimes that have, been investigated by
officers and don't reflect unfounded
calls for service.

33563
E Alabama St, Block 1400, battery,
Mar. 4, 450 p.m.
E Baker St, Block 1200, criminal
mischief, Mar. 5, 8 p.m.
E Baker St, Block 1500, commercial
burglary, Mar. 6, 6 p.fn.
E Tomlin St, Block 400, criminal
mischief, Mar. 7,2 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2100,
retail theft, Mar. 6, 12:06 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2300,
retail theft, Mar. 2, 12:45 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
retail theft, Mar. 5,11:39 p.m.
N Maryland Ave, Block 2000, crimi-
nal mischief, Mar. 1, 7 a.m.
Park Springs Cr, Block 300, domestic


battery, Mar. 1, 1:39 a.m.
. Powell St/E Calhoun St, aggravated
assault, Mar. 6, 4:45 p.m.,
Reynolds Ridge Ct, Block 4400,
criminal mischief, Mar. 7, 7:23 p.m.
S Collins St, Block 1400, fraud, Mar.
6, 9 a.m.
S Maryland Ave, Block 500, aggra-
vated battery, Mar. 6,1:34 p.m.
South Palmer St, Block 100, petty
theft, Mar. 5, 2 p.m.
Strawberry PI, Block 1400, battery,
Mar. 7, 8:55 p.m.
Townsgate Ct, Block 1200, fraud,
Mar. 2, 1 p.m.
Townsgate Ct, Block 1200, petty
theft, Mar. 5,4:50 p.m.
Village Park Rd, Block 2200, vehicle
burglary, Mar. 3, 1 a.m.
W Ball St, Block 600, robbery at-
tempt, Mar. 1, 12:04 a.m.
W Dixie St, Block 500, domestic .
battery, Mar. 7, 9:18 a.m.
W McLendon St, Block 500, criminal
mischief, Mar. 7, 2 p.m.
W Reynolds St, Block 2200, domestic
battery, Mar. 5, 4 a.m.
W Reynolds St, Block 2900, petty
theft, Mar. 1, 1 p.m.
W Reynolds St, Block 400, structure
burglary, Mar. 7, 8:15 p.m.


W Tomlin St, Block 100, vehicle theft,
Mar. 2,1:30 a.m.
Wheeler St S, Block 100, battery,
Mar. 7, 5:15 p.m.

33565
Michener PI, Block 3300, residence
burglary, Mar. 4, 5:50 p.m.
Reynolds Creek, Block 4300, petty
theft, Mar. 6, 4 p.m.

33566
E Cherry St, Block 1500, residence
burglary, Mar. 4, 6:45 p.m.
E Laura St, Block 600, criminal
mischief, Mar. 4, 10:30 p.m.
E Warren St, Block 1100, criminal
mischief, Feb. 28, 11:01 p.m.
Edwards St/Reynolds St, criminal
mischief, Mar. 2, 5 p.m.,
Goldfinch Dr., Block 1200, domestic
battery, Mar. 7, 12 a.m.
Horseshoe Dr, Block 1900, criminal
mischief, Mar. 5, 9:30 p.m.
Hwy 92 East, Block 4300, vehicle
theft, Mar. 2, 11:30 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2100,
grand theft, Mar. 7, 6:40 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2100,


retail theft, Mar. 4,8:50 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2100,
retail theft, Mar. 7, 11:50 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2400,
retail theft, Mar. 3, 6:30 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
retail theft, Mar. 4, 2 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 1900,
battery, Mar. 1, 9:08 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
retail theft, Mar. 5, 6:01 p.m.
Kipling Ave, Block 4300, domestic
battery, Mar. 7, 7:10 p.m.
Lykes Rd, Block 4600, criminal
mischief, Mar. 2, 5:21 a.m. -
Maki Rd, Block 2300, residence '
burglary, Mar. 7, 8:20 a.m.
Martin L King Blvd/Alexander St,
robbery, Mar. 7, 2:57 a.m.,
N Alexander St, Block 300, grand
theft, Mar. 3, 6:30 p.m.
N Alexander St, Block 400, petty
theft, Mar. 5, 2:14 p.m.
N Thomas St, Block 100, petty theft,
Mar. 7, 6:30 p.m.
N Wheeler St, Block 2000, aggravat-
ed battery, Mar. 4, 11:10 a.m.
N Wills St, Block 1000, shooting,
Mar. 3, 7:20 p.m.
Park Spring Cir, Block 200, domestic


battery, Mar. 1, 3:01 a.m.
Park Springs Cir, Block 300, battery,
Mar. 7, 8:48 a.m.
S Collins St, Block 1400, aggravated
battery, Mar. 4, 3:45 p.m.
S Douglas St, Block 700, domestic
battery, Mar. 2, 7:05 p.m.
S Frontage Rd, Block 2000, petty
theft, Mar. 3,7 p.m.
S Meredith PI, Block 1600, vehicle
burglary, Mar. 3, 9 p.m.
S Meredith PI, Block 1600, vehicle
burglary, Mar. 4,4 a.m.
W Granfield Ave, Block 2500, vehicle
burglary, Mar. 5, 8 a.m.
W Risk St, Block 1100, structure
burglary, Mar. 4, 6:30 a.m.
Woodlawn Ave, Block 1000, domes-
tic battery, Mar. 4, 7:12 p.m.

33567
Euclid Dr, Block 10, criminal mischief,
Mar. 4, 12 a.m.
Robinson Rd, Block 1000, criminal
mischief, Mar. 1, 8:10 p.m.

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Continued From Page 9

cleanup of property at 1404 E.
Neil St. is progressing. Facing
several infractions related to
felony littering and operating
an unlicensed junkyard in a
residential area, property own-
er Bobby Fogle is working to-
ward compliance, Sollenberg-
er reported.
Based upon a recent in-
spection, cleanup is about 90
percent complete. A Feb. 25
court order gives Fogle until
April 8 to comply. "We're very
hopeful we can get this prob-
lem resolved," Sollenberger
told commissioners.

City Allows Sale
Of Vacant Land
Commissioners authorized
the sale of a narrow strip of
vacant city-owned land just
north of 808 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd.
The city has no plans to use
the property, which abuts a
vacated alley and measures 27
by 107 feet, City Manager Da-
vid Sollenberger said, in his
report to commissioners.
The Community Redevelop-
ment Agency recently ac-
quired property on the north-
west corner of the intersection
of Ball and Evers streets, for-
merly owned by Glenn and
Patricia Callis, who operate a
business at that site, Hydraulic
Hose. They plan to erect a
building at 808 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd., and move
the business there.
To most effectively position
their new building, the couple
need the adjacent city-owned
parcel.
The couple will pay $7,875, a
price established using the
Hillsborough County property
appraiser's market valuation.
Additionally, the purchase
agreement will also transfer to
the Callises a 20-by-440-foot
strip of vacant land adjacent to
the CSX railroad tracks, ad-
joining the couple's property
and the. 107-foot strip.
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However, no deed conveying
the land to the city appears in
records and the city cannot
prove ownership until title is
cleared. The Callises will pay
legal expenses to obtain clear
title so the land can be con-
veyed to them, the city manag-
er reported.

2 Buildings
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Commissioners adopted
separate resolutions ordering
demolition of two condemned
buildings.
In December, the city build-
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properties at 102 N. Ritter St.
and 707 E. Warren St.
The owners failed to comply
with the orders to demolish
the structures.
A 7:30 p.m. hearing will be
held at the April 13 commis-
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owners an opportunity to op-
pose demolition.
The Ritter Street property is
owned by John T. Hall, Char-
maine Hall and Teresa C. Hall,
according to records.
The other property is owned
by Coretta Deanna Coleman.

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Swimming Pools
Commissioners adopted a
nuisance abatement ordi-
nance tightening regulations
regarding swimming pools.
The amendment allows the
city to remedy any stagnant
pool and assess the property
owner for the cleanup.
The ordinance applies to
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or container of any kind,
which has water in which algae
is allowed to grow or in which
mosquitoes or other insects
are able to breed is prohibited
and declared to be a public
nuisance."
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FAA Approved; financial THE CITY OF PLANT ed on the pronertY 10- Deanna Coleman, own- Houses & Vacant Land at Share FOAuc AtWi DEon Starts Count bry.Mad F 5
aifuied. Jo ci TO ORDER AND DI- cated at 102 N. Ritter er of the premises de- s/ Kenneth W. Buchman fair prcesFast closing. Time Share Auctio Co Meaow Fully
placement assistance. RECT DEOLION AND Street, Plant City, Flori- scribed as: All Calls Welcome:Owner Ali11"10 Homes furnish + D/W & W/D.
all National Aviation REMOVAL OF BUILD treet, Plan. Kenneth W. Buchman /Agent 813230 2691 'BUY TIMESHARE MUST BE SOLD! w/gof art golf course
AREMOVAL OF BUILA rney I Fr Brochure comm clubhouse active
Academy Today! 1-800- INGS OR STRUCTURES Lots 6 7 and 8 of Block CityAttorney CASH Offer For Your RETAIE AE % cities. $25K. 813-757-6503
659-208 or N .edu ON PROPERTY LOCAT- Scion 5. The City 2 of WAtER OAKS SUB- CASH Offer For Your OFFRETAIL! BEST RE$2
6592ED AT 102 N. RIRER Clerk shall publish a DIVISION according to NO: 6451 3/11/2009 AnHouseInMiutes SORTS EASONS.all USHomeAuction.cm ST PETERSBURG Saw
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA! STREET AND FIXING A co of this resolution the Plat thereof, as re- And Close In 3 Ays for FREE TIMESHARE OWNER FINANCE N. rass Lake Estates 55+ o
Fast Affordable & AL DATE AND TIME FOR in t-e Plant City Courier corded in Plat Book 26, All Thesether Ads MAGAZINE! FLORIDA LAND Beautt MHP. 2 br/1 ba, 1981, z
credited. FREE Br- HEARING PROVIDING & Tribune issue of on Page 108, of the Pub- Are Jokes. WE PAY CASH 1-800-639-5319 ful area near springs 14x52, $3395. Onsite fi- n
chure. Call NOW! 1-800- THE OWNER AN OPPOR- March 18,2609. lic Records of 813-221-CASH (2274) www.holidaygroup.co Tand rivers. 1.5- 5 acre nancing w/$500 down.
532-6546 x 412 TUNITY TO SHOW All perso Hillsborough County, m/flier tracts, $1500 down with 727-52 -2056 -
www.continentalacade CAUSE AS TO REASONS Section 6. All persons Florida, Real Estate General /RE TIM o credit check! For
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Folio Plant City Code of on John ance with the Ameri- and bst bd therefore, eeded Not Be Undersold! Tra mesky Renovated, MintNT 2288 easy access paved ARMENIA at Buschrd,
T. Hall, Charmaine Hall cans with Disabilities and assessing the costs el. Free Infornation! 3B/2b 1254sf CHA den Reduced
and Teresa C diHallc th ctAany person with a thereof against the real Call Now! 1-800-395- Half Priced Firm 8es otoi- it urphy.com 7 O IA
Circui-Cicowners of said prem- disanbili requing rea- property upon which 5972 Call Greg 813-73-0056 R813 CN963-2264 e 787-5743re w ino E ATE
ga ge, LLC, the r on i n order to partici- red, CASH Business Purchasel autht a rant P ioly s1 4e 7- KASummers.
NOTICEOFFORE Mortgagee; ano pate in this meeting your gift coupon ven Pool, Bbr, 5ba, 2 barns New! E-Z to finish log
SS E should call the City Section 2. Tb hine. Only DAVIS ISLAND New was $1.9 mil cabin shell w/loft
Ro nA o rea an up now $1.500,000 owner basemenincludesar o
WHEREAS, said owners Clerk at (813) 6594200 Commission will r old an- BA 3CG 4573 sqft 863D#1042 ti Must Mov We Can
The following three of sad premises haveat least hours p public hearing in rela ance with Chapter cles t testny Mortaearom Future Home Realty acr Move! 9,900. 81- ODESSA Fully furnished
("Dr. faid to complywithor to the public hearing tion thereto, at which eacn machine. Easy tain 5033044 7549521 upscale office space in
away on February 24 from suc time Coretta Deanna business. Start col ec 8 Marm a1 Acreae homesites from a large mod space with














2009 Patients or ter re Charmaine Hall and sectr of te Ci of based Any property it o ATTENTN BRAND NEW 6 acre Igeconf r,
spectiveor duy constituted the time Planere t y they did on De- of said PALM HARBOR- the Century! 2 acre w $39,000-$99,000. F Warehouse space. 1050sf
Marepresentch 19 2009,atives may of said thproperty, shall .Commission on Marember property, shal hav an 1-877-507-6363 ear balloons. Foreclosures Dealer terfront homesite efferon De Available!! & UPWN! $400/mo. 24hr scrt
a.m.E.S. to obta cop at te Plaandt hasOrde tr of ancereuo been re- 2009. opportunity to sow C nanc02623 SUNSET-PARK 4brb Cosal 900. (araised Land/H Coe 41) te, close to -4 & US 41.
the patients medical 302 frred show caus ity Con- cause why such demoli 813-874-5800f ft, completely With Hardwood,900). private, gat Repos lina, Sylva- F, 9-5.813239-1161Tampa: Great
cos Ccontactine, Ms. dem oli w tion and removal the premises HONherein- a We Also do HINCOME From tommuni w Homes 352-622-2460 Location! 2400 sf @813.31
Plnda ier at 81 35 0- should n ot be ordered after Lo s bordered Home Processing Our to enjoy newcabinets Great Hunia akes. Road Balsam area, view of kn Howard Ave.5391
9583 b een BE IT RESOLVED BY THE RickA. Lot on April 13 2009 at 730 Mortgage Assistance S app tile granite Fronta /acre. Blue Ride 1.5 actured Hom 45K D E CITY Warehouse,lish interior Call
less reaeemeand pror2:00 p.m.,or assoon thereoscar- Condemnation was ton norde topart- dancing. vrs in bus. Lowtaxes Jus ark Mndustrial Mf. & Stor
.m andTHE CITY OF.er as the matter Mayor-Commissioner after as the matter emeay ing. Postage And Mate wood5.5 ac w2Orlando cotta ge d 813-787-4413
T T OtProvi ed.Refere ANTIOCH.PLANT CITY $280K-352-628-7509 age Space As low as
Mobile Home Park dCITY, FLORIDA. be heard, ia the Saye Aalaboied. Ne 3015 Emerson St $419k Co ry ving, 2.70 l mo. 2,200-60,000 sf
SM oT Gibbs Martin Auditorionat NEED-CASH? Will buy APOLLO Beach FSBO Wa wwwdcs BLOOMINGDALE Country Time for a new care.
known as Valley. Mobile yi of the Neftie Beri- Gimmicks. 813-505-9752 Mark Well &se t, fencing, VIRGINIA coin 352-567-0600
Pathrk (land moile Section 1 That upon eanna Cole. Dra hon Mu onthl ments terfrot Condo 2/2 f trees, mobile ns.ome or Choose fro a variety
homes and fixtures) the fDraughiln Mu nicipre of m a n, the owner of said to the puc eang. secured by vst @ furnsd. New dock DW like new, W/D, of new and used cars
located at 12975Dr. Buil, 302 WCharmaine -Hall rgises; a L Helper Bul in ,, 30 notesad heated walk to Turn unwanted Ktems scrnd orch, comm Aol rea: 1200 SFnthe
Thonotosassa Road, and Teresa C. Hall, City Clerk nods reet (City in processing our New Tampa n warehouse, exc loc
ADover, FL 33S27 owners of the premises Plant City, Florida. o arge assisn 413-986-9141 s vlcarroll@hotmail.co 16 Really nice office, bath
PIN U-18-28-21-ZZ- described as: Approved as to forms Ad
PIN0a-nd c-a' s No mats 3br 2ba HUD Hm DUNNELLON FL 3 ac Sportsman Par Best sm. biz complex in
01 000 6 -, Block Clerk shall forfhthish a ts pr i R r ONLY$199/mo! Beautiful 3.36 acres for dise w/Hardwood tim Tampa. $795/mo Inc[
e to the Pla-t thereof, r s/Kenneth W. Buchman resolution b certified ceailable. 1-87No 5% down, 1 OKsutins g. Frll8%13-77-4
corded Armitg. mall to Corea- Deanna 800-366-9783 Et 7861 dw $50,000.813-230-2691 Conecuh River for fsr
aU-3-28-20-2, Page ,45, of te uli' Kenneth W. Buchman Coleman P.O. Box 735, iinSAlabama. P LANTi city Warehouse
000002-00005.0; Records of Hillsborou City Attorney Sydney, ny FL 33587. 100% Recession Proof!. Eas &inls0orou h )l Area. 5 esHy 54, 4505 e gate cou.,$6
Folio 062912-0000 County, Florida, NO: 6450 3/18/2009 Section 4. A copy of this Day? 25 Local M&D... t ra-ks EftoT pa. estate -e.comn M-F 9-5. 813-239-1161,
10815 Armitaaa Drive, to demolish and remove resolution shall be post. chnmes and Candy All BRANDON AR A, 3/2/2 The 0 am sekeds 8- 310-5391.
Seffner, FL 33584 the buildings or struc- ed on the property to- For $9,995. Call 1-888- 1700sf, ranch exc coon, 5% down/owner atea-nai AAAH! AFFORDABLE
PIN U-32-28-20-262- tures thereon in compli- catedWarre 753-3430 AiN# fenced pan + fR, HOMES, Cabins Land _
000002-00004.0; ance with the Notice RESOLUTION N O Street, Plant City, Fori- 002080033 Call Us: We $ 9 8u
Folio 062911-0000 Will Not Ba Undersold! M. Homelsky Realtor. PLANT CITY- 2288 Exit Realty MVP ARMENIA at Busch-
nation of the Building 64 acres, Prce Reduced! Murphy, NC
Case Info.: 13th Judicial Inspector of the City o A RESOLUTION DECLAR- Section 5. The City 100% RECESSION THONOTOSSASSA Area 515k/acre. P uss owner fi- w .e-xitmurphy.com 2400 srft Med Office or
Circuit-Circuit Civil dated De- ING INTENTION OF THE Clerk shall publish a PROOF! Do you earn *FOR SALE BY OWNER, nanc n st
Division R appeal therefrom, the THE CITY OF PLANT in L i aPlant C Courier Machines and Candy $ a-t 5448K J A Barnett Real
Case No. 08-CA-O24422 Cty. Commission does CITY TO ORDER-AND DI- & Tribune issue o $9,995. (888)629-9908 t er 4Nice E8ecutivx
hereby declare its in- RECT DEMOLITION AND March 18A 209 B02000033 CALL US: We RIVERVIEW -
To Redeem: Call Brenda mention to order and di- REMOVAL OF BUILD- All persons willnot be undersold! Huge scrn pool. Separate n CARROLLWOODR OFFICE
M. Combs, Esquire, (813) react demolition a-ndre- INGS OR STRUCTURES Section 6g scl pool Bica-Iwooed nd C OFFICE
763-6304 moval of such buildings ON PROPERTY LOCAT- are advised that ifa game rm, Motherin law W. BUSCH/DALE MABRY
NO:6449 3/11;18, 09 with cit forces or by STREET AND FIXING A a-alan decis on ma, e Owe wll l finan.p e. w/ -- 6 c FROM 6039TO64000SF
independent contractor DATE AND TIME FOR bythe ity Commission reduA N LNCOLN GARDEN
submitting the lowest HEARING PROVIDING with respect to-. anv don paymni ieouceo eel Estate Auctions MANUFACTURE[ 813-299-6166
and best bid therefor, THE OWNER AN OPPOR- matter considered a- $60,000.813-230-2691 HOME AMERICA REALTY
and assessing the costs TUNITY TO SHOW such meeting, he or she RAUCTION! 882 Acres HOMES HI
Notification to Patients thereof against the real CAUSE AS TO REASONS will need a record of NewHPortichey HUNTSVILLE (ALABA
of property upon which IF ANY WHY SUCH the proceedings, and i MA) CITY LIMITS. Satuyr N
suc costs were incur- DEMOLTION AND RE- for. suc purpose DISTRESS-SALE Fore- d April 11. Just North SMobile m es N T a
she may need to ensure REAL ESTATE D565.-Sewer avail&. Retail & Office Space
a-nd a s thred. e MOVAL SHOULD NOT the mat eed t L. REALESTAT closures FREE list of ble. Adjacent toAu 1987 24044, 3131 2BAR Available. ProCesslor als
section 2. The City BE ORDERED. that a- verbati record SERVICES homes www.westpasco Me A acentNew carpetviny9, Roo center. Call for detais
Commission will hold a- WHEREAS, in raccorr- 9701 ID#1042 tions, Inc. Over, CHA Good Cond 813-986-2679:994-8515
public hearing in ra-la- dance with Chapter 8, cludes the testimony arnerauctionsinc.com, M ove We Can
("Dr. Rahman") passed tion thereto, at which Article IX, Plant City an evidence upon K Re4en4Garner ALSL81002,$ 5, 1 u lly fished
away on Februar 24, time John T. Hal Code, the Buildino In- which the appeal is to HARD LOANS Palm Harbor 877-94-5OD. 503-304 813-upscale office space wi
200tvPatedus ornthir re sharm Hali, ow-and pector of the d id of be based. Anyteof property FLORIDA Land Bargain of ATIENTION: BRAND NEW 6 acre 1ot a- conf n,,
spective duly constituted Teresa C. H owners Pa Ci did on De- including and. Interest PALM HARBOR the Century! 2 acre wa Double Wide 37900 trucks. &8 eui Ok,
representatives may ar- of said pr4perty,- 2008 a s o year baoons. Foosures a terront homesite only Delv'd&Set.50 DOWN! $400/mo. 8
range to obtain copies of have anopportunity to Notice and Order of ance with the Ameri- C&C Financial. LMB. Repo's and short sales. 69900. (a6opraised at Land/Home $650mo
theoatient's medical re show cause why such Condemnation affecting cans with Disabilities 8 R and sa
cord ent's m ic gnal r- Act, any person, with a 813-874-5800 Never lived in! 4/2 6 900). Private, gat Repos Avail Kinder SOUTH Tampa: Great
premises herein- We Also do Homeowner Financin avail up to ed community with 2 Homes 352-622-2460 Location! 2400 sf
Linda Napier at 81.3-350- should not be ordered after described, which disaoiiyrequiring rea- loans no income, or 594k off 800-622-2832 recreational lakes. MU 209 S. Howard Ave.
9583 between the hours on April 13, 2009 at 7:30 Notice and Order of sonable accommoea- ood credit up to 100% nicipal water & sewer. Stylish interior Call
of 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 pi.m., or as soon there- Condemnation was tion in order to parti financing. 28 yrs in bus. Low taxes. Just 90 m. Parks Micnelle Davis Realtor
m, and between the after as the matter may served in accordance pate in this meeting c-mortgage.com nutes Orlando! Excel 813-787-4413
hours of 1:00 p.m. and be heard, in the Sadye with Section 78-724, should call the City lent financing. Call now
5:00 p.in Monda- Gibbs Martin Auditori- Plant Ci Code on Clerk at (813) 659-4200 NEED-CASH? Will buy APOLLO Beach FSBO Wa (866)352-2249 BLOOMINGDALE Country Time for a new car?-
through *riday. Tne med um of the Nettie -Berry Coretta aeanna Cole- at least 48 hours prior your minonthlv payments terfront Condo 2/2 fully Villa Estates 2br, 2ba
col records will be made Dr auhon Municipal man, the owner of said to the public hearlg, secured by .E. visit furnished. New dOCK DW like new, W/D, of new and used cars
available at Dr. DrBuildg, 302 West Rey- premises; and www griffinnotesand heated pool, walk to Turn unwanted Items scrnd porch, commpool every day in the
Raman's office,4023 N. uoldsStreetl(CityHa-l), Adopted by the Cit "investments.comOr rest. S5+ $145,900 813- +clubhouse$3290e
Armenia AvenueSuite Plant City, Florida. WHEREAS, said owner Commission on Marc 1-4-5151 Call 813,677-64M.







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Combo Unfurnished Unfurnished for Rent Mobile Homes Wanted HONDA 2008 GW Aspen CORVETTE 2003 Z-06
1800 dark red, nice bike. Platinum in color,
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N. A t Area15- 136 E Davis.2 story, SF home in gated golf from Hills. Co. 3/2 pri Used Travel Trailers 3083 or see at 3833 Old 15K mi. HUD $28,500
975 SF. Immed cc. 2br/ rdwd firs, crown corse community of vate lot. $599/ mo. & & 5th Wheels Bombing Range Rd. 813-482-5088
Fowler& 3012,000 molding, 3 Irg porches, Walden Lakes, $1100mo last + $200 dep water/ Will Pay Cash Avon Park, FL. $16 000. 6.RV 2 ov
72,000 SF Avail Aril '09. W/D1 D', end bKrd, + $1000 security avail sewage/lawn care inc. Call (727) 459 385. COVETE 2005 Conve
Jeff Bardin, CLWlnd. $105b/mo813-2516135 Hudson/NewPert ilhey 4/1. 813-85-6316 716-08 9or863-398-0181 __ Sas_--_Tss KAWASAKI 08 Versys 650 tible rare Velocity Yel.
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813-349-8400 DAVIS ISLANDS 3 Br full RIVERVIEW South Fork R s for Rent i Spa PA.RPAIRBright red include all HUD 19k mi $36,90 obo
Reai Sace ba., lics yd maint. Cent NEW YEAR 3br,2ba, 2cg, +den,, SPA.REPAIR top-line ear $4990 727-457-4724
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Sh a S SEA PINES APAHORES W $1295/mo. Inc $139 WEEKLY Pums Accessories CHILDREN FIGHTING
ORIDA/BEARSS newly $150/mo 13-2See- Satellite Spa oaters orts n1) DA e a ry ctE e.F F of
NORenov pida Avea ts ofe laundry ties. 81 3-53-9090 B EECHUET MU3 O 420 DIABETES. FastDEPOT.OM Free
r E 200 f E r & 2br doi lf St r OLE HEIGHTS Corner O r 4t & E. k .ots, 41,000 fee 1300 Golf Cats Dowing. Call 7AOUV
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Restaurant Liquor -lic Memphis Rd. 62 us PROPERTY SERVICES Hardwood Firs, Beauti- Clearance 2-14h mod cellentcnd. $750,000 CUSTOM military ieep& rinnerScOK.eTax Dedui
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c with ome 1 TAMPA.FREE /2 Month $g00 mo 352-650-269 Boats ) 813-610-1535 24/7 Unwanted Cars & 813nrsc949-6351.e Td
RICHEY SOUTH TAMPA 13-732-8818. 181 E. 995 no $TAMPAGated2b2ba $85 o 72 $$
eSouthate Senior Apts REDDNGTON SHORES, WATERFRONT Busch Blvd. (33612). Can Deliverm 1-800-he 04 E-Z GO GOLF CARS Hel Children ne rin &
62+. 1 $435 MinAPT. Inc Cute Gulf Front home br/2.ba dock & lift 99 Area, 229-291-1912 Ene re- New-Used Cancer. Free owing.
re$150. Ajacet S o. y $H Fenied Yard Sceened orchW/D STAR 4MOTEL 732-7138 .~ bud & insta to Financing-Delivery Tax Deductible. Child -
L CM I 84trSt m 813- R 4 F t 8 6626-2302L 8334-6671 American, Inc.4
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REAL ESTATE-SALE at 423/moLanry for Rent $1100 month. Florida 13' RegNEW TIRES- LOTS OF R & vc DONATE YOUR VEHICLE
furnished u OPPORTUny ITY i eite/ s R a B NEW PARTS-.MAKE OF Parts, access n btt Car
Apts. 813-932-1173 SUN.CITY Center, 2br 2ba 796-0707-585-0613 w/ 352.585.013pen SOUTH' Tampa 3 br/2.5 13-677-1300 t'wdderra cab owner loaded6113 Club Cars r&r600 CERY COUPO bN UNITED
o r N d House cfurnishe ke a 9 e LMCCLO C9 .3EDU $2750. 813-96 2 BREAST CANCER FOU 81 4593
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4(813)476-34034 A++ G Community3 CARROLLWOOD 3br 2ba Men dota Ave. 3br 2b alum V anditwell, 50 HP tang for 85 & U Worldt GPS custom,
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The Family Childbirth Center at South Florida

Baptist Hospital is excited to honor the birth

of the Fourth Annual Strawberry Baby. Join us

in celebrating the birth of the first baby born

on Grand Parade Day during the Strawberry,

Festival and welcome Zachary Michael Oberle

to the Plant City community. In addition to

recognition as our Annual Strawberry Baby,


the Family Childbirth Center at South Florida

Baptist is providing our new arrival with

a Berry Special Gift Basket full of new

baby essentials.

Congratulations Zachary and proud parents

Crystal and Michael Oberle. Who knows?

You may grow up to be the next Strawberry

Festival Baby King!


SJB090134-0309


South Florida

Baptist Hospital
BayCare Health System


301 N. Alexander St., Plant City, FL 33563
(813) 757-8343
southfloridabaptist.com


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