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The Polk County Democrat
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Polk County Democrat (Bartow, Fla.)
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Page 2


Judge Roberts Won't Step Aside in Murder Trials


By PEGGY KEHOE
Managing Editor
SIn an unusual move, the State
Attorney's Office asked Tenth
Judicial Circuit Court Judge
$.ian Roberts to remove herself
from 27 pending first degree mur-
dife isses assigned to her.
::' 'e refused, denying the
stite's motions for disqualifica-
tioni on Friday.


Assistant State Attorney Chip
Thullbery said, "Our office has
consulted with the Attorney
General's Office and it is our
understanding that they will
shortly be filing an appeal of
Judge Roberts orders in the
Second District Court of Appeal
(DCA)."
Thullbery said it is the first
time that he can recall something
like this happening in this circuit.


As of Friday afternoon,
Thullbery said, the murder pro-
ceedings in question "are not
stayed. First it's up to Judge
Roberts, then DCA whether to
stay them."
In motions filed Thursday, the
State Attorney's Office said it
"fears that it will not receive a
fair trial because the Court
has a predisposition to avoid the
possibility of potential appellate


issues which renders her inca-
pable or unwilling to look at legal
issues with a fair and unbiased
eye and therefore base her rulings
on the law."
On Jan. 1, 2006, former Chief
Judge Ronald A. Herring
assignediJudge Roberts to preside
over all first degree murder cases
in the circuit. Of the cases in
question, four are in Highlands
County; one in Hardee, and 22 in
Polk.
The motion did not apply to the
Nelson Serrano case. In October
2006 he was convicted of four
counts of first-degree murder in
the 1997 slaying at Erie
Manufacturing in Bartow.
However, the Serrano trial was
cited in the state's motions for
Judge Roberts' disqualification in
other trials. In that trial, accord-
ing to the motion, she "made it
quite clear that she rules differ-
ently in homicide cases than in
other cases, which is clearly prej-
udicial to the State and an abuse
of discretion."
While discussing a piece of evi-
dence during that trial, Judge
Roberts said she might allow it if
it were a grand theft trial, but not
in a homicide trial, the motion
says.
"This type of pervasive behav-
ior by the Judge where she does
not rule according to the law
because the case is a first degree


murder case clearly shows that
the State is not receiving fair tri-
als in first degree murder cases."
Also during that trial, "Judge
Roberts' treatment of the family
in this trial was inexcusable and
unnecessary," the motion states.
"The Judge told the State that if
any of the victims' family mem-
bers showed any emotion during
testimony she would declare a
mistrial" when there was no
motion before her asking for a
mistrial.
"The family was repeatedly lec-
tured by the Judge which caused
the family to appear to the jury as
stoic, uncaring and insensitive,"
the motion says. "A jury is enti-
tled to see the impact of a defen-
dant's crimes on the families of
homicide victims. They are statu-
torily granted this right in the
penalty phase of homicide cases.
When a judge engages in behavior
that prejudices the State's trial
presentation, the people of the
State of Florida are not receiving
a fair trial."
While waiting for the jury's
penalty recommendation in the
Serrano trial, the judge told the
family not to make any noise, "not
celebratory or that you are griev-
ing about the verdict. You can't
make any noise or show anything.
If you think that you're going to
do that, you should leave the
courtroom now."


Judge Roberts told those in the
courtroom if they showed
approval or disapproval of the
verdict, "I can put you in jail for
contempt of Court and believe me
that I will. I will do that to you.
Make no noise until you are out-
side of the courthouse."
The state's disqualification
motion argues that "This type of
behavior is prejudicial to the
State, totally unwarranted, rude
and disrespectful to the families
of the victims of a quadruple mur-
der."
During that same 10-week
trial, when the defense and prose-
cuting attorneys "became some-
what hostile" toward each other,
prosecutors told Judge Roberts
they would only discuss trial mat-
ters on the record. She told them,
"I think that's improper to put
that kind of discussion on the
record and you will not do it. If
you don't want to talk to them,
that's fine, but you are not going
to talk to them on the record."
Prosecutors said in the motion
that "the Judge's refusal to allow
the State to make a record in a
homicide case is clearly prejudi-
cial to the State and abuse of dis-
cretion."
Other cases were cited in the
motion. During a pretrial hearing

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CRA Expansion Would


Encompass East Bartow


Expansion of the boundaries
of Bartow's Community
Redevelopment Agency to take in
183 acres of homes in the East
Bartow community will be con-
sidered by the city commission
tonight.
The expansion would encom-
pass 499 single-family homes
and duplexes, and Gibbons
Street Elementary School. It
would exclude the Green Tree
residential development, Carver
Recreation Center, and the coun-
ty and state buildings in the
area.
Expansion of the CRA into
East Bartow has been proposed
for several years. Money raised
by the CRA is used for improve-
ments within its boundaries.
The present CRA boundaries
include downtown Bartow, West
Bartow, and lot of commercial
property on the north side of
town and on U.S. Highway 17.
The commission will hold a
work session at 5 o'clock 30
minutes earlier than usual -
and will reconvene for its regular
business meeting at 6:30.
At the work session, commis-
sioners will review a proposal to
establish a community develop-
ment district to finance $54 mil-
lion worth of improvements in
the planned Silver Company
development on the north side of
Bartow. The 506-acre Silver


Company tract is located
between U.S. Highway 98 and
E.F. Griffin Road.
A community development
district is a funding agency made
up of property owners within the
CDD boundaries, created for the
purpose of paying for improve-
ments within the district.
This would be Bartow's first
CDD, and would be called the
Saddle Creek Community
Development District.
Other items on the agenda:
Discussion of appointments
to the Historic Architecture
Review Board and the Bartow
Housing Authority.
Appointments to the zoning


Gregg Lamb was named inter-
im director of the building
department of the City of Bartow
on Friday, filling the vacancy left
by the resignation of Donnie True
as the city's building official.
True resigned on Friday,
telling City Mgr. Joseph J.
DeLegge he planned to spend
more time on his home construc-
tion business, and would become
Eagle Lake's building official on a
part-time basis. True was


board.
Acceptance for city mainte-
nance of the roads and other
infrastructure in Wind Meadows
Subdivision on E.F. Griffin Road.
First reading of an ordi-
nance to approve the final plat of
Bridgeport Subdivision, Phase II,
on the north side of Lyle
Parkway.
Final reading and a public
hearing on an ordinance autho-
rizing the city to buy a parcel of
land at 1020 Wabash St. from
Johnny L. and Iola Jones for
$13,400. The city is buying the
land to help resolve drainage
problems in the area.


employed by the city for more
than 17 years.
Lamb has been employed by
the city for more than 11 years,
and held the position of chief
building inspector.
In his new capacity, DeLegge
said in a memo distributed to city
commissioners and department
heads on Friday, Lamb will direct
the operations and building
inspections in the building
department.


Tiger Bay Club Ponders Decriminalization of Illegal Drugs


SBy BRETT LOWE
Staff Writer

.::i6ohibition didn't work for
~iol, so maybe it's about time
.W&q:lize that it's not working for
d~1is, either, and should be
stlipptlld.
';-:That's. the position Peter
Christ of Law Enforcement
.Aginst Prohibition put forth for
Tigei Bay Club members to con-

':*iAlso commenting on the issue
were Brad Copley from the office
of::;the state attorney, 10th
SkTtieial Circuit, and Marion
~i&man, public defender.
':::- rist said his main objective
,6:-to end the drug war. He
vi;ityes that the war is ineffec-
tive,;and causes more harm than
legalizinf and regulating drugs

.:Eighty-five percent of drug-


related deaths are due to battles
over the marketplace, he said,
while only 15 percent were relat-
ed to individuals.
People who are arrested for
drug use are often sent to prison
instead of going to treatment cen-
ters for help. This is a not a good
solution, especially as there is not
one drug-free prison in existence,
he said criminals just make
new connections in prison.
Arrests of drug dealers only
serve to open up vacancies for
others, he added.
Copley responded by saying
that the thought of buying
methamphetamines .at a local
drug store was ridiculous. He said
that drugs are too addictive and
life-destroying to be allowed to be
sold in such a fashion.
In the war on drugs, it is


Moorman said that he views
the war.on drugs much like many
people view the war in Iraq he
supports the troops, but is against
the war.
He noted that the only humans
not to use psychoactive drugs his-
torically were the Eskimos, and
that is because they had no access
to those kinds of plants. After the
drugs were introduced, they took
to them just as had other peoples
had before them.
Enforcement is a problem,
Moorman said.

Losing the War on Drugs
When asked if the nation had
lost the war on drugs, Copley
replied that law enforcement
could never wipe out drugs, but
that doesn't mean the war is lost.
Christ said that the war on


important to attack everything on .drugs is lost, and that it is now a
all levels, he said. social problem that must be dealt


with.
Moorman agreed, saying that
the collateral damage was unac-
ceptable. The drug war has dis-
proportionately fallen upon the
poor blacks in the. street as
opposed to the rich whites taking
ecstasy in the clubs, he said.
'If drugs were legalized, Christ
did not believe that they would
become a widespread' problem.
Fifty-one percent of adults do not
drink alcohol, he said. Addiction
is a personal problem, and not
everyone is going to take these
drugs and become addicted.
Moorman said that meth does
ravage those who use it, and he
would not like to see it made more
available. However, he said that
no normal-thinking person would
want to take meth even if it did
become legal.
More deadly overdoses occur
from people taking prescription


drugs like Vicodin than from ille-
gal drugs, he said.
Copley claimed that the public
had seen only the tip of the ice-
berg if drugs were to be made
legal. He was concerned about
what happens to the children if
the parents become hopeless
addicts, who only care about the
drugs.

Taxes from Legalized Drugs
One person asked panelists to
give an estimate as to how much
money could be made if marijua-
na were to be legalized and taxed.
Mloorman said that he didn't
know the economics to provide
numbers, but said that marijuana
was the number on cash crop in
the United States. He said that
the war on drugs had forced mar-
ijuana growers to innovate in
their methods, and now they
could make a lot of money grow-


ing out of small inside rooms with
special lights and hydroponics.
While Copley could provide no
estimate, he said that the social
cost would far outweigh any of the
monetary gains that could be
.made through legalizing marijua-
na.
Christ said money would
immediately be gained because
there would be less need for the
$70 billion spent to fight drugs
every year. He said that what
used to be disparagingly called
the "numbers racket" is now the
Florida lottery system, which pro-
vides money for education.
Ideally, he said, money saved
on law enforcement and money
earned through taxes on legal
marijuana and other drugs could
be spent on helping treat the
problems of addiction and spread-

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Editorial Page 4


Contact Us
Polk County Democrat 533-4183, Fax 533-0402
P.O. Box 120, Bartow, FL 33831
E-mail: polkdemo@aol.com (news), pillkdemoacdsraol.coml (ads)


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Community Life


Valentine King &8 Queen of Savannah Court


ALS Walk March 10; BFD sYart assess

Team Seeking Sponsors At Holy Trinity


Savannah Court of Bartow crowned its third
annual Valentine king and queen during a Valen-
tine party Feb.14. Residents voted Josephine Ter-
ranova and Myron Litwin as the royal couple.
ranova and Myron Litwin as the royal couple.


S.L. Frisbie, IV, associate
publisher of four newspapers:
The Polk County Democrat, The
Fort Meade Leader, The Lake
Wales News, and Polk County
Times, told Bartow Lions Club
members and their Valentine's
Day luncheon guests how the de-
cision was made to sell Frisbie
Publishing to Sun Coast Media
Group after 75 years of family
ownership.
"I wanted a buyer with a
track record of publishing suc-
cessful company newspapers and
the management depth and re-
sources to grow the business as
our communities grow," Frisbie
said.
"I wanted someone who was
here for the long haul; somebody
who would not resell the busi-
nesses in a year or tow, would
maintain our three community
newspapers, and would give all
of our present employees the op-
portunity to remain on staff."
Derek Dunn-Rankin of Sun
Coast Media Group, a friend of
25 years, filled all those require-
ments, and the parties soon
came to a mutual financial
agreement. Bartow lawyer Don
Wilson called the negotiation
"the most harmonious" corporate
sale he had ever experienced.
Frisbie and his wife, Mary, ac-
cepted a three-year employment
contract, and S.L. Frisbie will
serve on the Sun Coast board of
directors for three years.
"I told the staff that the con-
tract was 42 pages, and that we
had shaken hands with the
Dunn-Rankins. The handshakes
were more binding than the con-
tract," Frisbie said.
Since the sale, several Sun
Coast employees have been in
The Democrat plant assisting
with the transition, primarily in


"Princess Pinky," Rhiannon Quinn, 3-year-old
great-niece of resident Lorraine Quimby, pre-
sented the couple with gifts. Savannah Court
photo


***
Courage is the virtue which
champions the cause of right.
-Cicero
***


I like to give my energy to activ-
ities that affirm the oneness of
humankind.
-Claire Randall
*4


I've believed as many as six
impossible things before break-
fast.
-Lewis Carroll
*5 '


production. Sun Coast has large
printing plants in Venice and
Charlotte.
General Manager Bob Bobber
is now on-hand and will be re-
sponsible for building advertis-
ing sales and circulation. Jim
GouVellis, Sun Coast's executive
editor, is working with the news
staff in Lake Wales.
"Every decision Sun Coast has
made has been with my con-
sent," Frisbie said. "Sun Coast
has made no effort to tell me
what our editorial position
should be on anything.
Perhaps the biggest shift I
have experienced is that, while
Sun Coast reaches every decision
after considerable study, once
the decision is made it is imple-
mented quickly.
"One thing has not changed:
our newspapers are committed
to our communities."
Frisbie noted that one of his
laws which the Dunn-Rankins
have circulated to members of
their top management is "The
customer is king. If we take care
of the king, the king will take
care of us."
Frisbie is treasurer of Holy
Trinity Episcopal Church of Bar-
tow, a retired colonel in the Flor-
ida National Guard, and is a
past president of the Florida
Press Association. He and Mrs.
Frisbie have three children,
Peggy, a former Teacher of the
Year at Bartow High School;
Carolyn Frisbie Holton, mother
of two and doctoral student at
the University of South Florida;
and Loyal Frisbie, retired rock
musician and a student of or-
dained ministry at Asbury Theo-
logical Seminary.
.The speaker was introduced
by Richard Frisbie.


Golden Agers Meeting Tuesday


Bartow Golden Age Club will
hold its covered dish meeting
Tuesday, Feb. 20, at noon, in the
main auditorium at the Bartow
Civic Center.
Al Berry of the Florida Straw-
berry Festival committee, will
present the program. A movie
will be shown, door prizes
awarded, and fresh strawberry
shortcake will be served (mem-
bers need not bring dessert).
Tuesday is the last day mem-


bers can sign up for the Straw-
berry Festival bus trip, set for
March 1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Everyone 55 years of age and
older may attend the clubs'
meetings, held the third Tuesday
of each month. Dues each month
are 25 cents, which pays for cof-
fee and tea. Members may pay
$4 toward meat in lieu of bring-
ing a covered dish.
For more information, call the
Civic Center at 534-0120.


CLASSIFIED SPECIALS



1. FREE CLASSIFIED Effective immedi-
ately private party ads that are for items un-
der $500 will run for two weeks for free. If
the customer wants to run past the two
weeks, it will be $5.00 for two more weeks.
After that it will be standard $6.00 rate.


2. GUARANTEED AD For private party
only, for items over $500 we will run your ad
until it sells for $20. Must have a price in the
ad and be for just'one item.


Members of the Bartow Fire
Department will be participating
in the 2007 Walk to D'Feet ALS
on Saturday, March 10.
This year, the "Firewalkers"
will be walking at Lowery Park
Zoo in Tampa, beginning at 5:30
p.m.
The team is seeking busi-
nesses and individuals .to spon-
sor them in the event. Sponsor-
ship levels are gold, $75; silver,
$50; and bronze, $25.
Businesses donating $25 or
more will be listed in The Polk
County Democrat.
All donations are welcome.
Deadline to donate is Monday,
March 5.
Mail checks or money orders
made payable to the ALS Asso-
ciation to 1170 Eleanore Avenue,
Bartow, FL 33830.
Also known as Lou Gehrig's
disease, ALS (Amyotrophic lat-


eral sclerosis) is a neurodegen-
erative disease that usually at-
tacks both upper and lower mo-
tor neurons and causes degen-
eration throughout the brain and
spinal cord.
Lou Gehrig first brought na-
tional and international atten-
tion to the disease in 1939, when
he abruptly retired from baseball
after being diagnosed with ALS.
Most commonly, the disease
strikes people between the ages
of 40 and 70, and as many as
30,000 Americans have the dis-
ease at any given time.
The walk is part of a national
effort in support of local patient
services and nationally directed
research. Last year, more than
1,400 walkers throughout Flor-
ida raised more than $405,000.
Money raised helps fund cutting
edge research and Florida pa-
tient programs.


Fish Fry-Days Start Friday
At St. Thomas Catholic Church


By MARK KING
Community Correspondent

Wednesday is Ash Wednes-
day, the official start of Lent,
also marking the start of the an-
nual Fish Fry Fridays beginning
Friday, Feb. 23, from 5:30 to 7
p.m., at Saint Thomas Aquinas
Cat'holic Church's social hall, lo-
cated on South Kissingen Ave-
nue in Bartow.
Open to the public and spon-
sored by the Knights of Colum-
bus, the event is held each year
on Friday during Lent, when
Catholics traditionally abstain
from eating meat on Fridays.
The tradition of meatless Fri-
days goes back to the first cen-
tury. For Catholics,.it was felt
that since Jesus gave up His


flesh for all on Good Friday, the
meat of warm-blooded animals
should not be consumed in honor
of His ultimate sacrifice.
That is why it's, okay for
Catholics to eat fish on Fridays
during Lent. In addition to ab-
staining from meat on Fridays,
Catholics also are asked to in-
crease their prayer life and their
acts of mercy during the 40 days
of Lent in preparation for
Easter, the celebration of
Christ's resurrection from the
dead.
The menu for the Fry-days of
Lent includes fish, grits, French
fries, cole slaw and hush puppies
for $6.
Fry-days will continue
through March 30.


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Research tells us 14 out of any 10 individual like chocolate.
-Sandra Boynton
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Don't Miss Bartow's



Taste ofAgriculture!


Featuring Country Music Singing and

Songwriting Sensation J.C. Andersen!


J.C. Andersen is one of Country Music's Brightest Rising Stars. With his rugged good
looks and passionate song delivery J.C. gives an energetic and electrifying performance, he
possesses incredible sophistication and remarkable stage presence,
At age 23. J.C. has established his ow\n unique and intense style of singing like no other.
If its pure entertainment you're looking for. look no further, when J.C. takes the stage he
captivates the audience. H ls high-pow\ered performance makes him one of country.music's
most dynamic new talents.
From country rock to upbeat contemporary sounds as a perlonner, songwriter. singer and
recording artist J.C.'s dynamic energy on stage has acquired him the highest praise from the
most jaded of critics..
Credits Include: Opening shows for Keith Urban. Van Zant. LeAnn Rimes. Darry) Worley.
Brad Paisley. Trace Adkins. Lonestar. Diamond Rio. Steve Azar. Joe Nichols. Tracy Byrd.
Trick Pony & others.

Thursday, March 1, 2007


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5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Leland and Wanda Young's Barn, Alturas #i
$30 per person. Tickets may be purchased at the .
Bartow Chamber of Commerce.



Get your tickets today!

Last year was a sell-out.

Contact Linda Holcomb at 533-7125 for tickets.


St Presenting Sponsor

SOlssilities...


(rcalOtr nlCOMM Chatlor
OF COMMERCE


Lions Hear of Frisbie Newspaper
Sales To Sun Coast Media Group


A new six-week session of
Yoga classes begins Tuesday,
Feb. 20, at Holy Trinity Episco-
pal Church of Bartow.
Classes are held Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 6:30 to 7:30
p.m.
Six classes (once per week)
are $24 for the session; 12
classes (twice per week) are $48
for. the session.
First class is free for first-
time participants. Beginners are
welcome.
For further information, call
Pam Farr, instructor, at 425-
3620 or 604-0915.
The church is located at 500
West Stuart Street. Enter
through the sanctuary doors fac-
ing Stuart.


Class of '57

Meeting

Wednesday
Members of Summerlin Insti-
tute's Class of 1957 will meet for .
lunch Wednesday, Feb. 21, at.
ABC Pizza on West Main Street
in Bartow.
All classmates and spouses.
are invited to go and hear an up-
date on reunion plans.
Those attending are asked to
call Gerty Thompson at 533-
3242 or Sally Putnam at 533-.
7829.











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,BARTOW ELEMENTARY ACADEMY
earned the City of Bartow's Litter Free Campus
Award for the month of January. Receiving the
award were (from.left) back row Darlene But-
ler and Pam Wyant; center row Valrisha Ho-
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gan, Jennifer Bontrager, Hannah Hunt,
tha Hall, Ethan Holland, and Dewaine
front row Zachary Kimbrough and
Miller. Photo provided by the City of Bar


Five Browns At Upcoming School Events
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Florida Southern College and
the Festival of Fine Arts will
present The Five Browns on Feb.
24.
The event takes place at 7:30
p.m. in Branscomb Auditorium
on the Florida Southern campus.
Brilliant classical pianists
and national television favorites,
these five young Juilliard-
trained siblings perform at five
grand pianos in various ensem-
ble combinations. They have ap-
peared on "Oprah," "60 Min-
utes," "Good Morning America"
and "The Tonight Show with Jay
Leno."
'heir debut album led Bill-
bo4;rd to rank the quintet as one
of;the Top Classical Artists of
2005, with the number two top
classical album of the year.
:Currently, they're at the top
of Billboard's Traditional Classi-
cal chart with their album "No
Boundaries."
Tickets are $25. FSC students
are admitted free of charge; non-
F'SC"students admitted at half
price.
For ticket information, con-
tact the Branscomb Auditorium
box office at 680-4296.


Environment
Topic Of Civic
Meeting
Fort Meade Civic Club will
hear from Jonathan T. Ives, vice
president for Mobile Treatment
Services, Inc., next Thursday,
Feb. 22, at noon.
Ives, of Tampa, will speak on
environmental regulations and
what they mean to the average
Fort Meade resident.
The luncheon will be held at
the Community Center. Cost is
$7 for a pasta and salad buffet.


Class of '97

Meeting

March 3
Members of Bartow High
School's Class of 1997 will meet
Saturday, March 3, to discuss
plans for their 10-year reunion.
The meeting will take place
from noon to 2 p.m. at First Bap-
tist Church of Bartow.
For more information, send e-
mail to Dana Merritt at merritt@
rwsummers.net.


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A college and career fair for
students and parents of public,
private, charter and home
schools will be held Friday, Feb.
23, 6 to 8 p.m. at Ridge Commu-
nity High, 500 Orchid Dr., Dav-
enport.
Representatives from Florida
and out-of-state colleges and uni-
versities will attend the fair to
answer questions about their in-
stitutions. Louisiana State Uni-
versity, Purdue University, and
the University of Alabama are
among the schools scheduled to
attend.
In addition, corporations and
businesses will attend to discuss
job and career opportunities.
Disney and Publix are among
the companies confirmed to at-
tend.
The college and career fair is
being sponsored by Ridge Com-
munity High's National Honor


Society. For more information,
call Mike Harvie at Ridge Com-
munity High, 419-3315.

The public is invited to a
Tuesday, March 6 sales tax
oversight committee meeting.
The meeting will be held at
5:30 p.m. in the superintendent's
conference room of the district
administrative office, 1915 South
Floral Ave., Bartow.
The sales tax oversight com-
mittee, composed of community
members, was formed by the
school district in 2003 after vot-
ers approved a referendum
authorizing an additional half-
cent sales tax for school con-
struction.
For more information, call
Bob Williams, assistant superin-
tendent of the school district's fa-
cilities and operations depart-
ment, at 534-0620.


Polk Museum of Art will be
closed to the public Feb. 23-25,
for The Gala, its annual black-tie
fundraiser.
The museum will reopen on
Monday, Feb. 26, at 10 a.m., so
that visitors may continue to en-
joy the exhibition "Ansel Adams:
Celebration of Genius."
Museum hours through April
1 are Monday through Saturday,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, 1
to 5 p.m.
Admission is $10 for adults,
$8 for seniors (62 and older), $5


Polk County Sheriffs deputies
recovered a stolen 2005 Red
Dodge Ram 1500 truck on Jan.
30 in the area of Snell Road and
Alturas Babson Cutoff Road in
Bartow.
The vehicle had been stolen
out of Hardee County.
In the same area that the
Dodge Ram Truck was found, a
2004 white Ford F-250, with an
attached black 10-foot utility
trailer, was reported stolen.
The next day, Jan. 31, the.10-
foot utility trailer was recovered
on Barush Road in Bartow, and
on Feb. 2, the Ford F-250 was re-
covered. on Widen Cemetery
Road in Lake Wales, detectives
said.
Detectives believe the inci-
dents are related.
Surveillance video from a Cir-
cle K convenience store in Bar-
tow shows two possible suspects
exiting the red Dodge Truck.
Still photographs taken from the
surveillance footage can also be
seen at www.polksheriff.org.
Those with any information
regarding the identity of these
persons or information regarding
this investigation is asked to
contact Detective Jerome Bur-
less at 863-499-2400 or 533-
0344.
Anyone with information who
wants to remain anonymous and
be eligible for a cash reward is


for member adults, $4 for mem-
ber seniors, and $2 for students.
Children under the age of 5 are
admitted free.
On April 2, Museum hours
will return to Tuesday through
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and
Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m. Admission
will return to $5 for adults and
$4 for seniors. Members, stu-
dents, and children will be ad-
mitted free.
The Museum will be closed on
Monday and major holidays.
The Museum is fully accessible.


asked to call Heartland Crime
Stoppers at 1-800-226-TIPS.
Anonymity is guaranteed.


Just Read, Florida! has an-
nounced its recommended read-
ing list in celebration of Florida's
Dun BBlack History Month.
During Black History Month,
Just Read, Florida! will high-
light African-American litera-
ture.
'': "Reading is one of life's activi-
ties that enrich student's imagi-
nations and abilities to succeed
in all other subjects," said Edu-
cation Commissioner John L.
Winn. "Black History Month is a
unique time to expand our love
of reading and learn more about
the impact African Americans
have made on our society."
The reading list contains ap-
propriate selections for all ages,
kindergarten through adult and
also includes resources for teach-
ers to educate students about
the strides made by African
Saman- Americans throughout history.
Snell; The 2007 Just Read, Florida!
Jalen recommended reading list for
"tow Black History Month:
Picture Books
SAmazing Grace, Mary Hoff-


man
Prince, The Future King: A
Father's Example, Kandi Harris
Coming On Home Soon, Jac-
queline Woodson and E.B. Lewis
Dinner at Aunt Connie's
House, Faith Ringgold
Everett Anderson's Friend,
Lucille Clifton
Mufaro's Beautiful Daugh-
ters: An African Tale, John Step-
toe
A Picture Book of Rosa
Parks, David A. Adler and Rob-
ert Castilla
Amadeus-The Leghorn
Rooster, Jonathan Green
Langston's Train Ride, Rob-
ert Burleigh
Cracking the Wall: The
Struggles of the Little Rock
Nine, Eileen Lucas
By My Brother's Side, Tiki
Barber, Ronde Barber, Robert
Burleigh and Barry Root
Beautiful Blackbird, Ashley
Bryan

Chapter Books (Grades 4-5)
My Name Is America: The
Journal of Biddy Owen, Walter


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First Methodist School

Auction, Dinner Feb. 24


First Methodist School of Bar-
tow will have its sixth annual
dinner auction on Saturday, Feb.
24, at Peace River Country Club.
The annual occasion is the
major fundraiser for the non-
profit private school.
The auction preview begins at
6 p.m., followed by dinner at 7

o'clock. Those attending will dine
on salad, roast beef, baked
chicken, rice pilaf, baked potato,
vegetables, rolls and a variety of
desserts.
Bidding begins at 8 p.m. dur-
ing the live auction. Also
planned are Chinese and silent
auctions.
"This is a night full of fun for
a very worthy and wonderful
school," event coordinator and


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/* Black Diamond, Patricia
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Just Like Martin, Ossie
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Ellington Was Not a Street,
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Bud, Not Buddy, Christo-,
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The Friendship, Mildred
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Chapter Books (Grades 6-8)
The Watsons Go To Bir-
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The People Could Fly, Vir-
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Remember: The Journey to
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The Voice That Challenged
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the Struggle for Equal Rights,
Russell Freedman
Roll of Thunder; Hear My
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Maizon at Blue Hill, Jacque-
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Money Hungry, Sharon G.
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Mahalia: A Life in Gospel
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Extraordinary People of the
Harlem Renaissance, Stephen P.
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Langston Hughes: The Poems,
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Bronx Masquerade, Nikki
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The Contender, Robert
Lipsyte
I Know Why the Caged Bird
Sings, Maya Angelou
Hoops, Walter Dean Myers
The Fire Next Time, James
Baldwin
Invisible Man, Ralph Elli-
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Their Eyes Were Watching
God, Zora Neale Hurston

Adult Literature
Cry, The Beloved Country,
Alan Paton
Finding Fish: A Memoir,
Antwone Q. Fisher
Meridian, Alice Walker
Incidents in the Life of a
Slave Girl, Harriet Jacobs
Colored People: A Memoir,
Henry Louis Gates Jr.
The Bluest Eye, Toni Morri-
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A Gathering of Old Men,
Ernest Gaines

Educators
Why They Marched: The
Struggle for the Right to Vote,
Dr. Donna Elam
From Civil War to Civil
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Timeline for Freedom: Vic-
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February 19, 2007


Editorial


The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch reports
Florida is influencing Ohio tax law.
The Ohio Legislature is worried about
losing more of its well-heeled senior citi-
zens to the Sunshine State because Ohio
takes a cut of the money a person leaves to
relatives when he dies.
What Ohio lawmakers apparently don't
know is Florida has its own tax problems.
Gov. Charlie Crist wants to reduce prop-
erty taxes, because the tax increase caused
by the big run-up in the price of land and
houses in recent years has hurt Florida
home sales.
The Ohio debate is over the elimination
of the estate tax, which in recent yeats has
produced $300 million is revenue annually.
Eighty percent of the money Ohio collects
goes to local government.
The estate tax dubbed the "death tax"
by many Ohio Republicans must be
paid on estates valued at $338,333 or more
when a person dies. About 7,500 families
are affected each year, according to the
Dispatch.
Lawmakers who favor repealing the
Ohio estate tax argue that reducing or
eliminating the tax would give people one
less reason to leave the state when they
retire.
Rep. Robert E. Latta, R-Bowling Green,
would completely eliminate the estate tax
unless local governments vote by 2008 to
continue it. It also would raise the estate
threshold to $600,000 by 2010.
Gov. Ted Strickland said he opposes the
move because it would further erode the
tax base and reduce revenue at a time
when the state budget already is tight and
there's a need to address health care, edu-
cation, and other issues.
"We've got to decide if we're going to
have a state that believes in investing in its
children and providing at least a basic


level of services to its citizens," he said.
"It would be good if Ohio didn't have a
death tax because it really does hurt the
economy," said Rep. Larry Wolpert, R-
Hilliard, who is sponsoring one of the bills.
"People do change their behaviors and
move out."
One of two bills is sponsored by Rep.
Larry Wolpert, R-Hilliard. He would
increase the estate threshold for collecting
taxes to $362,000, a number that would rise
each year with inflation. And it would
eliminate the state's 20 percent share. This
would cost the state at least $60 million a
year.
"There will be townships and suburbs
most likely that will choose not to have a
death tax," he said. "So when your lawyers
and accountants are doing your estate plan
and they say you've got to move to Florida
for six months, they can say now you can
move to the (Ohio) suburbs."
Looking out over the six inches of snow
topped with a layer of ice, John Mahoney,
deputy director of the Ohio Municipal
League, wondered whether there might be
circumstances beyond the estate tax push-
ing seniors to move to Florida.




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THINKING OUT LOUD / By S. L. FRISBIE, IV

Alert the Media: Spam Happens


Florida's Tax Policy


Felt in Ohio


The last time The Lake Wales
News got this much attention
was when Florida's Natural, the
citrus products company,
showed the window of The
Lake Wales News, with a cat in
it, in a nationally-distributed
commercial.
Neither the building nor the
cat was ours (the town square
clock in the commercial was
also a phony) but we heard
from people as far away as
Texas that they had seen the
commercial.
Few weekly newspapers can
boast a national television
advertising campaign, especial-
ly one paid for by someone else.
And for the record, Mary and
I now buy nothing but Florida's
Natural orange juice. That's not
quite true. We buy a lot of other
stuff, but when it comes to OJ,
they're our sole source vendor.,
The Lake Wales News got
another installment on its 15
minutes of fame last Thursday.
I wasn't even aware of what
was going on until several
hours after an irate visitor to
our LakeWalesNews.com web-,
site called The Lakeland Ledger
to report that there was
"pornography on the
LakeWalesNews.com site."
Suzie Schottelkotte, the
Ledger's Bartow reporter,
thoughtfully waited until after
our Bartow deadline to call and
get comment from me.
"What pornography?" was
my first memorable quote. I
don't own a single pornography,
and I'm pretty sure our fiscally
conservative management at
Sun Coast Media Group would
not approve the purchase of
any.
Even if we filled out the
required three-part form with
the two authorized signatures.
I told Suzie (a long-time pro-
fessional associate and personal
friend) that I would have to call
our Lake Wales office and find


out what was going on.
Not much, actually.
We had. gotten the same irate
call in Lake Wales, and sure
enough, there among scores,
perhaps hundreds, of spammed
messages in our guest book was
one or more links to porn sites.
If you were sufficiently diligent,
you could click on one and look
at dirty pictures. '
The Lake Wales staff, sensing
that it wasn't really worth a call
to me at home at 8:15 in the
morning to get instructions,
called our website host, Town
News, and found out how to
empty the guest book.
Porn link: now you see it,
now you don't.
After getting Suzie's call, I
checked the Lake Wales site,
and sure enough, our guest
book was empty.
Then I checked
PolkCountyDemocrat.com and
FortMeadeLeader.com, and
while there were no, porn links
in the guest book as far as I
could tell (I'm really not sure I
could have spotted one, but
these things usually aren't too
subtle) there were scores of
spammed links to other sites. I
don't know how many; I quit
checking after 50.
.I, called Sarah Grenier, our
talented Lake Wales webmaster,
and asked her to clean out our
.Bartow and Fort Meade guest
books, too.
Posting your commercial link
on somebody else's website is
akin to putting a political yard
sign in somebody's yard with-
out permission.
A little short of high crimes
and misdemeanors, but a really
tacky thing to do. And I do hate
tacky.
Sarah further changed our
operating system with Town
News on her own initiative so
that in the future, all postings to
our guest books will have to be
approved by the webmaster.


Before we get started let me
say that no one has accused me
of missing too many meals lately.
I am about a biscuit short of
being the "before" shot in a
Jenny Craig commercial, but I
wasn't always that way.
Throughout my school age
years I was an advertisement for
President Kennedy's personal
fitness award. I earned nine let-
ters throughout my junior high
and high school years in four dif-
ferent sports. I give this not to be
a braggadocio but to let you
know that I was in shape when I
was young.
I loved sports. I loved physical
education or P.E. or simply gym,
as we called it in those days.
Going back even further, I loved
recess and our coach, Mr. Neal
Perkins, or as we smart aleck
kids called him, "Mr. Percolator."
It never hurt my academics. I
made the honor roll, was in the
National Honor Society, went to
college apd graduated, and you
know what, so did most of my
fellow athletes.
Our starting center in football
went to Harvard. Four other
starters went to the University of
Florida. Four more went to the
University of Alabama. Granted
not everyone was an Einstein,
but more than. a fair number
were outstanding students.
I read recently that the num-
ber of overweight adolescents in
the United States has tripled
since 1980. That's only 27 years.
We're not talking about a grad-
ual shift here. We are talking
about a stampede to the buffet
line.
The World Health
Organization projects that one-
third of America's kids are either
obese or likely to get there. Can
you say Type 2 diabetes? Even if
you don't have children, you are
going to be paying for the health
I


care for this combination of
Pillsbury doughboyss and
Michelin men and need to take
note.
Governor Crist recently pro-
posed that elementary school
students spend 30 minutes a day
in physical activity. That's a start.
The current requirement is zero.
Is it any wonder that wie are
raising a generation of children
who will overload our health
system? Pun intended.
Those 30 minutes are not
going to take away from any
math or science projects or make
-our children stupid. I have
taught in the school system and
believe me, we can spare 30 min-
utes to encourage our kids to
become active and exercise every
day.
In high .school, the students
only need one credit in P.E..and
life management to graduate,
down from the previous one-
and-a-half. In 1967, it was three
credits. You were required to
take a P.E. course every year.
Funny those people don't
seem too dumb and I bet they
would have done just fine on
their SATs.
Another unfortunate trend is
that PE has become a dumping
ground in high school for the "at
risk" students. Classes are made
up primarily of kids who don't
want to take more challenging
courses or are just hanging
around until they can quit.
The truly academically talent-
ed kids don't take P.E. because it
has been ingrained in them that
those classes are not for them.
What we are developing is a gen-
eration of intelligent adults who
will be physical disasters
because they will have no inter-
est in sports or exercise.
Politics aside, have you
noticed how many Presidents in
recent years are either into sports


or exercise now or were in their
past?
Kennedy loved football and
sailing. Nixon, Ford, and Reagan
all played college football.
George Bush, I, was a baseball
player for Yale. Clinton and
George W. are both joggers and
avid sports fans.
Heck, George W. ran a base-
ball team even if he did trade
Sammy Sosa for next to nothing.
My point is that somehow we
have made a conscious decision
to downplay sports and exercise
to our young people. Maybe it's
the dumb jock syndrome or
maybe it's the desire of many to
eliminate the "competition" in
sports. After all, we don't want
to hurt little Johnny's psyche if
he loses a T-ball game.
I don't know; but I do know
we need to put physical educa-
tion back in our curriculum.
The argument can be made
that it is the parents' responsibil-
ity to make sure that their chil-
dren don't become mini-blimps,
and I have no argument there.
Ultimately, every parent is
responsible for his or her child's
health and welfare, but we don't
need our schools where our chil-
dren spend nearly half their
waking hours working against
us.
Like it or not, schools and
teachers have lasting and impor-
tant .impact on our child's atti-
tudes and values, not just their
FCAT score.
We need to get our children
out of their bedrooms and away
from their Play Stations rnd i-
Pods onto the playgrounds, or
we are going to have a genera-
tion with catastrophic health
problems that will make the
Baby Boomers' drain on
Medicare and Medicaid look
minuscule.


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ADVENTURES AND MISADVENTURES / By PAT BLAKE SIMS

Those Blinking Lights


I have had my car, Petunia T.
Cruiser, for about four years
now.
She has always been a good
car and I have managed to put a
little over 4,000 miles on her.
That is not much mileage for
four years.
I think she got bored going to
the grocery store, the pet food
store, and the other places I usu-
ally go.
Yesterday she really got my
attention. I was going to the gro-
cery store and when I turned on
the ignition key, the outside
lights started blinking.
Lights that had never blinked
(blunk?) before.
I tried every single button on
the dashboard two or three
times. I thought maybe if I went
on to the grocery store, they
would stop. They didn't.


This car has more buttons
than any other car I have ever
.had. Some of them even remind
me of my typewriter; a button
does two or three different things
if you press the shift key.
I went into the grocery store
and bought the usual dog
food, bird seed, a spinach quiche
from the deli, lots of salad and
vegetables.
I thought to myself, "Maybe
when I go outside, Petunia will
be acting like she should and
those lights won't be blinking.".
But they were when I turned the
ignition key. Several fellow shop-
pers passed by and said, "Your
lights are blinking."
I thanked them profusely and
managed to smile.
It started to rain. Heavily. I
decided to go get gas at my
favorite gas station where they


have real men in uniform who.
rush out and ask if they can help
you, wash your windshield, and
check your tires.
I have been trading there for
years.
When I got there, it was pour-
ing down rain. I turned off the
headlights and two of the men
came out and one started clean-
ing my windshield while the
other came around and asked if I
wanted to fill up. I told him that
I did, but was baffled by my out-
side lights blinking.
I got out of the car and went to
the back to see if they were blink-
ing back there, too. They were.
I went back to the front, got in
and closed the door. I rolled
down the window -and asked
Steve if there was anything
wrong with the car, and he said,
"No, only the driver."


When we switched to Town
News, we got a much better
website, but we lost the capabil-
ity to screen postings to the
guest book, which our previous
host allowed us to do. (Town
News since has corrected that
limitation.)
Trusting to the decency of
your average web surfer, I did-
n't worry too much about it.
Second mistake I made in my
life; the first one was so long
ago that I can't remember what.
it was.
The story of the porno links
on the LakeWalesNews.com
website got picked up by the
Associated Press, and we have
gotten reports from'people who
read about it as far away as
Tallahassee in north Florida and
Venice in south Florida. I under-
stand we made the Channel 9
news, too.
All this notoriety didn't
upset me, though I did wonder
just how much news value
there is in the discovery that
spam exists on the Internet, and
that spammers can post junk on
somebody else's website with-
out their knowledge or permis-
sion.
Harris Sims, Dad's journal-
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Obituaries


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New Express Network Of American

Business Women's Association Meets


Mary Lee Wilkins


Mary Lee
Wilkins
SMary Lee Wilkins, 80, a life-
long resident of Bartow, died
Saturday, Feb. 17, 2007, of liver
disease.
Mrs. Wilkins was born in Bar-
tow on May 26, 1926.
After retiring from more than
30 years of nursing, she founded
the Wilkins Group Home in
1977, providing treatment for
more than 200 children needing
special care.
She was a member of First
Baptist Church of Bartow.
:Survivors include her daugh-
ters, Cheryl (Tom) Ward, Mar-
thaWalker, Mary Alice Walker,
and Betty Amerson; a son,
Travis Wilkins; grandchildren,
Michael (Kristina) Ward, Natalie
(Dean) Wise, Mathew Amerson,
Roy Walker, Jessica Walker, Jo-
anne Ward, Christina Ward,
Kristen Ward, and Jeremy
Ward; great-grandchildren, Aus-
tin and Brooke Wise, Nikki, Joe,
Danny, Danielle, and Delana
Ward; and' foster grandchildren,
Terri, Peggy, Sammy, Bruce,
Michele, and Tonya.
Visitation: Thursday, Feb. 22,
from 6 to 8 p.m., at Whidden-
McLean Funeral Home in Bar-
tow.
The funeral: Friday, Feb. 23,
at 10 a.m., at the funeral home.


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Paul B. Huff


Paul B.
Huff
'Paul B. Huff, 93, of Sarasota,
formerly of Lake Wales and Bar-
tow, died Friday, Feb. 16, 2007,
of heart failure.
A native of Dublin, Ga., Mr.
Huff was a longtime resident of
Polk County, where he was a cit-
riculturist in the citrus industry
for many years. He moved to
Sarasota five years ago.
He was a U.S. Navy veteran
of World War II. He was a
graduate of the University of
iFlorida, and a member of the
Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. He
was a past president of the Bar-
tow Kiwanis Club, and was a
past president and director of
the Polk County Farm Bureau.
He was Baptist.
Mr. Huff was preceded in
death by his first wife, Helen P.
Huff.
He is survived by his wife,
Ann P. Huff; son, Paul B. Huff,
Jr., of Palermo, Calif.; two
daughters, Suzanne M. Fisher of
Jacksonville and Bettie Ann
Hough of Palermo; step-daugh-
ters, Diane McFarlin of Sara-
sota; and three grandchildren.
Visitation: Tuesday, Feb. 20,
from 6 to 8 p.m., at Whidden-
McLean Funeral Home in Bar-
tow.
The funeral: Wednesday, Feb.
21, at 2 p.m., at the funeral
home.
Memorial contributions: Uni-
versity of Florida Foundation, in
honor of Paul B. Huff, Sr., 2012
West University Avenue,
Gainesville, FL 32604.

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W. Hatcher Bearrentine


W. Hatcher
Bearrentine
W. Hatcher Bearrentine, 90,
of Fort Meade, died Sunday, Feb.
18, 2007, at Lakeland Regional
Medical Center.
Born in Abbeville, Ala., on
Dec. 23, 1916, Mr. Bearrentine
moved to Bartow with his family
when he was a'teenager, and
lived in Fort Meade since 1944.
He was a citrus maintenance
supervisor for Peace River Pack-
ing for 40 years.
He was affiliated with Paynes
Creek Primitive Baptist Church
in Bowling Green, Cornerstone
Church of God in Fort Meade,
and First Presbyterian Church
of Bartow.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II.
Mr. Bearrentine was preceded
in death by his son, Mark Bear-
rentine.
Survivors include his wife of
66 years, Willie Lou Bearren-
tine; a daughter, Joy Albritton of
Fort Meade; two sons, Norman
Bearrentine of Oakland, Calif.,
and Bruce Bearrentine of Fort
Meade; and three grandchildren,
Sion Bearrentine of Bartow, Le-
nora Bearrentine of Miami, and
Kline Bearrentine of Fort Me-
ade.
Visitation: Tuesday, Feb. 20,
from 6 to 8 p.m., at McLean Fu-
neral Home in Fort Meade.
The funeral: Wednesday, Feb.
21, at 11 a.m., at Paynes Creek
Primitive Baptist Church, with
Rev. Jimmy Brookins, Rev.
Brian Brookins, and Rev. Jim
Hatch officiating.
Interment: Paynes Creek
Cemetery in Bowling Green.


Howard F.
Cooper
Howard F. Cooper, 96, of Bur-
lington, N.C., died Wednesday,
Feb. 14, 2007, at Twin Lakes
Center in Burlington.
A native of Sioux Falls, S.D.,
Mr. Cooper was the husband of
the late Adeline Oleson Cooper
and the son of Louis J. Cooper
and Margaret Poeppel Cooper.
He was a graduate of the
South Dakota School of Mines,
with a degree in metallurgical
engineering. He retired from
W.R. Grace.
Survivors include his son,
Jerry Cooper and wife, Brenda,
of Burlington; a daughter, Jean
Schwegmann and husband, Wil-
liam, of Twin Lakes, Burlington;
four grandchildren; and three
great-grandchildren.
The funeral: Tuesday, Feb.
20, at 4 p.m., at the Gathering
Room of Twin Lakes Center,
with Rev. Genie Martin officiat-
ing.
Memorial contributions: Twin
Lakes Community Memory Care
Campaign, 100 Wade Coble
Drive, Burlington, N.C. 27215.
Condolences may be sent to
the family at info@
richandthompson.com.
Arrangements: Rich and
Thompson Funeral and Crema-
tion Service, Burlington; N.C.


George Earnest Williams

George Earnest
Williams
George Earnest Williams, 83,
who was born and raised in Bar-
tow, died of a heart attack
Thursday, Feb. 15, 2007, at his
home in Naples.
Mr. Williams was a graduate
of the U.S. Coast Guard Acad-
emy and a World War II Naval
officer. He was assigned by the
Navy to study electronics at Har-
vard.
After some years of duty in
the Pacific and on weather pa-
trol in the North Atlantic, he at-
tended the Massachusetts Insti-
tute of Technology, where he re-
ceived an M.S. degree in indus-
trial management. He was a con-
sulting engineer for several
years. Later he was chief finan-
cial officer for Otis Elevatbr Co.,
and retired as a vice president of
United Technologies.
The civic duty he most en-
joyed was serving as a member
of the board of trustees of the
Naples Community Hospital.
Visitation: Tuesday, Feb. 20,
from noon to 1 p.m., at First
United Methodist Church of Bar-
tow.
The funeral will follow at 1
p.m.
Interment: Wildwood Ceme-
tery in Bartow, with a reception
following in the fellowship hall of
the church.
Memorial contributions: Flor-
ida Sheriffs Youth Ranch, Inc.,
P.O. Box 2000. Boys Ranch, FL
32064.
A memorial service will be
held in Naples at a later date.
Arrangements: Whidden-
McLean Funeral Home in Bar-
tow.



Paperback
Book Exchange
In Fort Meade
A paperback book exchange is
located in the back of The Fort
Meade Leader office.
Customers can bring in paper-
backs and exchange them for
more good reading. Traders may
bring in books and sell them for
25 percent of their total value
plus tax. The sellers may then
use the credit to purchase more
books at 50 percent of the total
value. Traders need only to fill
out a card to start their account.
The tradition of The Book Ex-
change is a welcomed return to
the community with the reopen-
ing of The Fort Meade Leader of-
fice.


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An Express Network of the
American Business Women's As-
sociation is being organized in
Bartow.
"The charter of this new
group of the American Business
Women's Association is an excit-
ing time for women in the Bar-
tow area, including Mulberry,
Winter Haven, Auburndale and
close by towns" Shirley Whitney,
the formation chairman, said.
This group, Imperial Polk Ex-
press Network, will be conduct-,
ing formation meetings at Citrus
I& Chemical Bank's community
room, 600 North Broadway ave-
nue, Bartow on Wednesday, Feb.
28, and March 27, at Davis
Brothers beginning at 11:30 a.m.
with networking and lunch and
program from noon to 1 p.m.
The cost for lunch is $5. Chef
Terrie Loeb will be donating a
portion of the lunch.
Thereafter, the group will
meet on the fourth Tuesday of
each month at the bank with
Chef Terrie Loeb catering a
lunch for $10.
Judge Mary Catherine Green
will be the group's first speaker.
Ms. Shirley Whitney, will give
an overview of the Imperial Polk
Express Network, the first in


Florida and the American Busi-
ness Women's Association na-
tional association in Kansas
City, Mo.
Other formation members are
Teressa Sample, Polk County
Sheriffs Office; Anne Weeks,
10th Judicial Court; Judy
Walker, Elections Office and
Joey Rowe, Polk County.
"Attendees will have an op-
portunity to join this dynamic or-
ganization," said Whitney,. If the
50 members necessary for the
charter is met at the February
and March meeting, the Express
Network will charter in April or
May. "Hopefully we'll be able to
charter so when we attend the
May 4 and 5 spring conference in
Sarasota, we'll be an official net-
work and receive recognition for
our formation."
Meetings are one hour which
includes the program, lunch and
minimal business conducted.
Emphasis is on business/market-
ing programs.
There is a networking period
of 30 minutes prior to the meet-
ing.
The Imperial Polk Express
Network is the first express net-
work formed in Florida but there
are several throughout the


United States.
Imperial Polk Express Net-
work had the option of being
named Florida's First Express
Network but the formation team
felt Imperial Polk denoted pride
in the area.
The spring conference brings
together members from the dis-
trict, Florida, Georgia, Alabama,
South Carolina, Tennessee and
Puerto Rico.
The national president, Robin
Necci from Greensboro, will.be in
attendance in Sarasota as well
as other national and district of-
ficers.
Members from outside the dis-
trict can attend any of the spring
conferences, not just their own.
In addition to Sarasota, the
other spring conferences are in
New Orleans, Albuquerque, Lou-
isville, Norfolk and Kansas City.
The national leadership confer-
ence is in September in Greens-
boro.
For information or reserva-
tions, call Ms. Whitney at 644-
4145 or 661-9435 (cell), e-mail:
Rwhitneyl@tampab,y.rr.com or
talk to the members of the for-
mation team.


20 Sculptures Selected For Display


Polk Museum of Art and the
Cities of Lakeland and Winter
Haven have selected 20 new
sculptures for display on the
Lemon Street Promenade in
Lakeland and in the Central
Park area of Winter Haven.
"We're proud to once again
partner with the Cities of Lake-
land and Winter Haven to bring
world-class sculpture to Polk
County," said Daniel E. Stetson,
executive director of Polk Mu-
seum of Art. "This year's selec-
tion is just as exciting as last
year's, and people will be able to
find pieces they relate to in both
cities."
Sculptures selected include
dragonflies, an oversized pair of
grazing animals, a school of fish,
a pair.of human figures with dog
heads, a horse, a human figure
made out of letters of the alpha-
bet, a figure holding a yoga pose
and several beautiful abstract
pieces.
The selected artists and sculp-
tures to be displayed in Lake-
land are Michael Cotrell,, Wil-
liam W. Donnan, Jeff Downing,
Dwight Duke, Stephen Janesko,
Rob Lorenson, Gretchen
Lothrop, Shawn Phillip Morin,
James Oleson, Jr., and Clifford
W. Tresner.
The selected artists and sculp-
tures to be displayed in Winter
Haven are Michael Chiarello, Al-
bert Gilewicz, Mark Guilbeau,
Jodi Hollnagel-Jubran, Dennis
Howland, Claudia Jane Klein,
Doug Makemson, Henry Rich-
ardson, Michael Shewmaker and
Glenn Zweygardt.
Of the 20 artists selected, 15
of them are new to the competi-
tion and will-be exhibiting their
work in Polk County for the first
time.


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March 5 16. They will remain
on display until February of next
year. A full color catalogue will
be produced to accompany the
exhibition.
The Florida Outdoor Sculp-
ture Competition is a joint pro-
ject of the Cities of Lakeland and
Winter Haven and Polk Museum
of Art.
A call to artists was placed in
October. Entries were due by
Dec. 31.
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Fear of Discrimination Keeps Some Epileptics
Out of the Workplace, UF Study Reveals


The unemployment rate
among people with epilepsy is
considerably higher than the na-
tional average not necessarily
'because they have frequent sei-
zures or can't find jobs, but be-
cause many continue to fear
workplace discrimination, a re-
cent University of Florida study
revealed.
The fear of discrimination at
work was the major reason cited
for continuing unemployment
when UF researchers inter-
viewed nearly 300 patients with
epilepsy in northeast Florida
and southeast Georgia in Sep-
tember 2005. Only about a third
of patients in the study were em-
ployed.
Nationally, the unemploy-
ment rate hovers at 4.5 percent,
according to the U.S. Depart-
ment of Labor.
The study, described in the
journal Epilepsy & Behavior, de-
scribes a complex problem, said
principal author Dr. Ramon Bau-
tista; an assistant professor of
neurology and director of the
Comprehensive Epilepsy Pro-
gram at the UF College of Medi-
cine-Jacksonville..
"The problem encompasses
employers and companies who
hire these people, as well as the
patients themselves, who may or
may not want to work in the first
place," Bautista said. "Even
though the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act makes it illegal to
discriminate on the basis of one's
disability, there are still employ-
ers who may think twice about
hiring-someone with epilepsy."
More than 2.7 million Ameri-
cans live with epilepsy, a disor-
der in which nerve cells in the
brain misfire, sometimes causing
them to lose control of body
movements.
In the study, UF researchers
asked patients about age, gender
and race, and also about seizure


frequency and the types of medi-
cations they took. In addition,
they surveyed study participants
about their employment status.
The survey addressed a whole
range of issues: whether patients
worked, if they worked full time
or part time, if they had previous
work experience, how important
working was for them both per-
sonally and financially, how sup-
portive their family was of their
working, and how much they
feared workplace discrimination.
"As medical practitioners, we
understand why persons who
have bad seizures, who are
maintained on several seizure
medications or have had epilepsy
for many years, are less inclined
to work; that didn't surprise us,"
he said. "(But) our study shows
that if they perceive they are dis-
criminated against at work,
they're not going to work,
whether rightly or wrongly.
"Likewise, if patients have a
low personal regard for work,
they will likely remain unem-
ployed, even if their medical con-
dition is stable."
The study revealed that 40
percent of the participants
feared workplace discrimination,
while only 60 percent of those
surveyed, including those whose
seizures were controlled, re-
garded work as an opportunity
for personal growth and fulfill-
ment. These fears were the main.
factors associated with unem-
ployment.
The study did not document
the types of discrimination expe-
rienced or feared, but discrimi-
nation typically takes many
forms, Bautista said.
"Discrimination can occur in
hiring practices and advance-
ment in the workplace," he said.
"It very well may be only per-
ceived rather than actual dis-
crimination, but if epilepsy pa-


tients believe that they have less
of a chance in the workplace,
then they're less likely to even
want to try to work," he added.
The study findings ai impor-
tant because they strongly sug-
gest that people with epilepsy
face major challenges in gaining
and retaining employment, said
Dr. Elson So, a neurology profes-
sor and director of the Section of
Electroencephalography at Mayo
Clinic College of Medicine.
So, who has published re-
search on employment after epi-
lepsy surgery, cited several im-
portant things the public and
physicians should know about
epilepsy and employment.
"First, epilepsy in most per-
sons is well-controlled and, as a
group, occupation-related acci-
dent rates in persons with epi-
lepsy are not substantially
greater than persons without
epilepsy," he said. "In addition,
the productivity of persons with
epilepsy is as good and often
better than other persons,
and, finally, for persons whose
seizures are not fully controlled,
employment conditions must be
evaluated on a case-by-case ba-
sis, because workplace accommo-
dations can usually be made if
necessary," he said.
UF researchers say that as
the treatment and control of epi-
lepsy continues to improve,
health-care professionals need to
look beyond the clinical disorder
itself and encourage and, help
their patients return to the
workforce.
"For many people, work is an
important part of life there's a
sense of fulfillment that comes
with being employed," Bautista
said. "It would be a shame if we
in the health-care profession ig-
nored that and focused on just
the medical needs of our pa-
tients."


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ing awareness of the risks.

Winning the Tobacco War
Another questioner said
America seemed to be winning
the war on smoking without
making it illegal.
Copley answered that without
Enforcement, the government
would be sending too many mes-
sages.that could easily get mixed.
In order for the government to
truly appear to be against drugs,
it must ban them completely, he
said.
Christ agreed about the effec-
tiveness of education on stopping
smoking, and also pointed out
that 90 percent of smokers who
permanently quit manage to do
so going cold turkey.
Some people just want to get
high, and will no matter what,
Moorman said. But education
could be more effective at reduc-
ing those numbers, he added. He
thought that before and after pic-
tures of meth users would be an
effective method of showing the
dangers of meth use.

Drug vs. Performance Tests
When asked about drug test-
ing, Christ said that he preferred
the newer method of performance
tests that are used by some air-


lines. These tests are taken every
day a pilot is going to fly to deter-
mine if things like motor skills
and reaction times are up to par.
These are far more safe for the
passengers, Christ said, as drug
testing says nothing about sobri-
ety. He preferred that his pilot be
able to perform his job. It is
important that the pilot was not
sleepy, or distracted by personal
problems; Christ didn't care what
the pilot did in his off hours.
Moorman opposes drug testing
unless there is probable cause,
but Copley said that they were a
necessary evil and that he had no
problem with them.
Moorman closed by repeating
his problem with drug law
enforcement causing problems
mostly for the poor. He also said
that it is possible to still be a con-
structive member of society even
as a drug-user, citing the belief
that the late Chief Justice
William Rehnquist was probably
addicted to prescription
painkillers.
Legalized drugs would be too
damaging to society, and that
those on drugs only desire to get
their next fix,,Copley said. He
said that the deterrent effect of
criminalizing drugs was one of
the strongest weapons in the war
on drugs.
Christ gave the example of an


alcoholic who drank every day,
but didn't drink and drive and
didn't hurt other people or prop-
erty.
"What we do against them?
What do we do for them?" he
asked.
Nothing is done against such
an individual, he said. But they
are guaranteed purity of product
through regulation, a safe place
to buy or use the product in bars
or liquor stores, and treatment
on demand.
"But what about the user of
illegal drugs?" Christ asked. .
Someone who is convicted of
using drugs but turns his life
around will have the stigma of
that felony charge follow him for
the rest of his life. Users don't
often know what all the drug pro-
ducers have added to their drug
of choice, and they definitely do
not have a safe place to buy or
use these drugs when they have
to go down dark alleys to obtain
them.
Treatment on demand is
offered, but only if they accept
the felony charges first, he said.
, More than 450,000 people die
tobacco-related deaths annually,
150,000 deaths are related to
alcohol, and 30,000 are related to
illegal drugs. Christ maintained
that it just did not make sense to
keep the status quo.


Citrus Escapes Freeze Damage
Cancer Tea


As freezing temperatures in-
vaded parts of the citrus-produc-
ing region over the weekend,
preliminary reports show there
was no major damage to citrus
fruit or trees.
Reported temperatures in the
groves ranged from the upper
20s to mid 30s throughout the
citrus-producing region, with lo-
cations in Umatilla at 26 de-
grees; Clermont at 32 degrees;
Avon Park at 27 degrees; and
Palm Dale at 27 degrees.
Early indications show only
isolated frost damage to blooms
and feathered growth'in some of
the colder locations.
"It appears that this year's
crop and trees avoided any
freeze damage," said Michael W.
Sparks,- executive vice
president/CEO of Florida Citrus


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Mutual. "We expect Florida cit-
rius to continue to be able to pro-
duce another high-quality prod-
uct for this season."
It will take approximately two
weeks to fully' understand the
extent of frost damage, if any
throughout the industry.
The citrus industry is vital to
the state of Florida, providing a
$9.1 billion annual economic im-
pact, employing nearly 90,000
People, and covering more than
620,000 acres.


Event Planned
Cancer Screening and
Women's Health Center will hold
Tea with Dr. Gardner and
Friends on Monday, Feb. 26,
from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
"The Diagnosis oand Treat-
ment of Ductal Carcinoma in
Situ: What You Need to Know,"
is the program.
For more information on the
frbe program, call 687-1400.


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We all know that working in
person with a qualified counsel-
ing professional can offer help in
a variety of areas. But is it possi-
ble to get the same results from
that computer sitting there on
your desk?
The answer, for a wide variety
of issues, is a very definite "yes."
"Cybercounseling," as it is com-
monly known, has been around
for a number of years now and
has helped tens of thousands of
people deal with a variety of
common problems. In fact, since
1999, the members of the Ameri-
can Counseling Association, the
nation's largest organization of
counseling professionals, have
adhered to a set of ethical stan-
dards specifically created to
guide counselors providing coun-
seling via the Internet.
Those standards are also a


, With spring break rapidly ap-
proaching, Polk County teens
and pre-teens might be watching
younger siblings or babysitting
to earn some summer spending
money.
The Red Cross wants those
babysitters to be prepared for
anything,- by taking part in the
Polk County Chapter's Babysit-
ter's Boot Camp.
This four-day course will
teach the Red Cross Babysitter's
Training course, along with In-
fant and Child CPR and First
Aid.
Designed for children ages 11-
18, Babysitter's Training teaches
participants the skills and confi-
dence of a responsible babysitter
in a fun and interactive class.
The course provides training
to develop skills in five critical
areas: leadership, safety and
safe play, basic care, first aid
and professionalism.


good guide for consumers to use
when seeking online counseling.
They require the counselor, for
example, to provide complete
and honest information about
qualifications and services. It
should be clearly presented as to
what degrees are held, by whom
the counselor is licensed or certi-
fied, to what professional organi-
zations the counselor belongs,
and whether services being of-
fered are in areas in which the
counselor specializes and has
had experience and training.
When a counseling site
doesn't clearly offer such infor-
mation, be wary. It's too easy for
anyone to create a website and
offer misleading or false infor-
mation. Look for professional
credentials and affiliations that
can be verified before you be-
come involved.


During the boot camp, partici-
pants will be trained and certi-
fied in Infant and Child CPR and
First Aid, and issued cards to
.verify their certification. They
can then translate these skills
into a professional regular occu-
pation.
Graduates of the course have
moved on to become the babysit-
ters for churches, neighbors, and
communities, providing a valu-
able service and doing so with
American Red Cross safety stan-
dards.
The course will be March 26-
29 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.
Students will need to bring a bag
lunch each day. The cost to at-
tend is $125.
For more information, or to
register, call the Polk County
Chapter at 294-5941.
For information, call www.
redcross.org/services/hss/courses/
babyindex.html.


Judge Roberts


(Continued from Page 1)

for Jerome Morris, in regard to
DNA testing, Judge Roberts
"again showed her preoccupation
with appellate review when she
told counsel for the defendant, 'I
don't want to get reversed.'"
In the trial of Samuel Lugo,
accused in the 2004 murder of
Peter Kelly at the Budget Inn
Motel in Bartow, Judge Roberts
ruled that a co-defendant could
testify about an argument
between Lugo and Kelly, but
could not testify that he saw
Lugo strike Kelly. "This ruling
was clearly in error since the vic-
tim was beaten by the defendant
and stabbed with a knife."
The ruling "kept out admissi-
ble evidence which she then used
to justify her granting of a
Motion for Judgment of
Acquittal, releasing a defendant
who (by the Judge's own com-
ment to the jury) was guilty of
felony murder,"
Part of the state's motion uses
letters to the editor of The Ledger
from two jurors in the Lugo case.
They were upset that they didn't
get to deliberate the case because
Judge Roberts granted the
motion for acquittal, ,telling the
jury "that she might get over-
turned on an appeal and that it
would just cost the state more


money. She also indicated to the
Jury at the dismissal that she felt
that he was guilty," one of the let-
ters said.
"These comments show a dis-
regard for the legal standard for
granting" a motion for acquittal
"because implicit in the Court's
comments to the jurors is the fact
that the State had presented suf-
ficient evidence to send the case
to the jury because, based on
such evidence, the judge herself
believed the defendant to be
guilty," and should have sent the
case to the jury. "The Judge ruled
as she did knowing the State had
no right to appeal her decision
and she would not be reversed on
appeal even if her decision was
improper."
In the case of Roy Ballard,
accused of killing his stepdaugh-
ter, Autumn Traub, of Lakeland,
prosecutors say that Judge
Roberts' comments show "that
she felt the death penalty to be
inappropriate in the case due to
the Defendant's age, stating that
it 'might be a waste of the State's
resources' to pursue the death
penalty." Ballard is 65.
The state filed a motion to dis-
qualify Judge Roberts in that
case and an appeal is pending in
the Second District Court of
Appeal.
Judge Roberts was not avail-
able for comment.


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appropriate people at the other
end. Remember also to monitor
your own computer since infor-
mation you provide in an e-mail
may be visible to others using
your computer.
Online counseling today is ef-
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checking out. And while it's not
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selor following the ACA ethical
standards will tell you early on if
you would be better off seeking
help in other ways.
The bottom line is that while
you want to carefully check the
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being offered online, it is a valu-
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Heritage

Day Is

Feb. 24
Polk County Leisure Services,
will hold its first annual Black
Heritage Festival on Saturday,
Feb. 24, at Medulla Community
Center, 1049 Parker Road, Lake-
land.
The event is scheduled from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. aind will feature
music, entertainment, a bounce
house, face painting and educa-
tional displays.
The event is free.
For information, call Rogers
Hayes at 534-4340.



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February 19, 2007 The Polk County Democrat 7


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1HEL
10TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
WASHING ION MUT'IUAL BANK, AS SUC-
CESSOR IN IN11 I tF 10 IONUG HI A Il
MORTGAGE COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CELIA M. LENIS A/K/A CFt IA MARIE LENIS,
at al.,
Defendants.
CASE NO.:
2006-CA-005265 08
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CELIA M. LENIS A/K/A CELIA MARIE
LENIS
Last Known Address: 15 Sawfish Court,
Kissimmee, FL 34759
Current Residence: Unknown
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CELIA M. LENIS
A/K/A CELIA MARIE LENIS
Last Known Address: 15 Sawfish Court,
Kissimmee, FL 34759
Current Residence: Unknown
JOHN DOE
Last Known Address: 15 Sawfish Court,
Kissimmee, FL 34759
Current Residence: Unknown
JANE DOE
Last Known Address: 15 Sawfish Court,
Kissimmee, FL 34759
Current,Residence: Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Fore-
closure of Mortgage on the following described
property:
LOT 8, BLOCK 1033, POINCI-
ANA, NEIGHBORHOOD 4, VIL-
LAGE 7, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 53 PAGES 4
THROUGH 18, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF POLK COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Marshall C. Watson,
P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is
1800 NW 49TH STREET, SUITE 120, FT.
LAUDERDALE FL 33309 on or before
March 19 2007 a date which is within thirty
(30) days after the first publication of this No-
tice in the POLK COUNTY DEMOCRAT and
file the original with the Clerk of this Court ei-
ther before service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint.
In accordance with the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons with disabilities need-
ing a special accommodation to participate
in this proceeding should contact the Clerk '
of the Circuit Court at the Polk County
Courthouse, First Floor, 255 North Broad-
way, Bartow, FL 33830, Phone (863)
534-4488 not later than seven days prior
to such proceeding.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court this 7th day of February 2007
Richard M Weiss
As Clerk of the Court
By /s/ Mary Murphy
As Deputy Clerk
(SEAL)
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0434

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
REGENCY PLACE HOMEOWNERS ASSO-
CIATION, INC., a Florida not.for-profit corpora-
tion,
Plaintiff,
vs.
TIM DAVIS AND MARYBELL SANTIAGO,
Defendants.
CASE NO.:
2006-CC-00-7212
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant
.to the Final Judgment in Foreclosure entered
Son the 6th day bf February, 2007, in Civil Ac-
tion No. 2006-CC-00-7212 of the County Court
of the Tenth Judicial Circuit, in and for Polk
County, Florida, in which, are the Defendants,
TIM DAVIS AND MARYBELL SANTIAGO, and
REGENCY PLACE HOMEOWNERS ASSO-
CIATION, INC., is the Plaintiff, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at the Polk County
Courthouse, 255 N. Broadway, Bartow, Flor-
ida, at 9:00 a.m. on the 7th day of March,
2007, the following described real property set
forth in the Final Judgment:
Lot 215, Block E, Regency Place, Phase
Three, according to the Plat thereof as re-
corded in Plat Book 113, Pages 15 & 16, in the
Public Records of Polk County, Florida.
Any person claiming an interest in the sur-
plus funds must file a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change is necessary, the Clerk
will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directing the bidders to the temporary sale
location.
If you are a person with a disability who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice of hearirig; if
you are hearing or voice impaired, call TDD
(863) 534-7777 or Florida Relay Service (800)
955-8770.
Dated this 7th day of Febru.try_.2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: /s/ Angela McNally
Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0435


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: THE MATTER OF
AUSTIN MOTT, SKYI.ER POINTER, I'RIS-
TEN POINTER
Minor Children.
CASE NO.:
2007DR-424
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
JULIE SUZANNE POINTER
Last Known Address
2514 Delrose Drive, West
Lakeland, FL 33805
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for
Temporary Custody by Extended Family Pur-
suant to Florida Statute 751 has been filed
against you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on
THOMAS J. CHAWK, ESQUIRE, Iost Office
Box 8209, Lakeland, Florida 3380f.31209, on
or before March 5 2007 and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before servw
Ice on the Petitioner's attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise, a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the Peli-
tion.


UNDER SECTION 63.089, FLORIDA
STATUTES, FAILURE TO FILE A WRITTEN
RESPONSE TO THIS NOTICE WITH'THE
COURT OR TO APPEAR AT THIS HEARING
CONSTITUTES GROUNDS UPON WHICH
THE COURT SHALL END ANY PARENTAL
RIGHT`: YOU MAY HAVE REGARDING THE
MINOi CHILD.
Dated this 1 th day of ,J;In!,u ry, 2.00/
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of the Courts
BY: /s/ Kathli Price
Deputy Clerk
Jan. 29, Feb. 5, 12, 19, 2007-0255


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 10TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
I)EUTISCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMI-
'ANY, AMERICAS FORMERLY KNOWN AS
iO,\NKI'IS RILEUS I COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
AND CUSTODIAN FOR IXIS 2006-HE2,
P'IAINI II T,
VS
JIlAND. ST. MARC, ET AL,
DFFENUANI (S).
CASE NO:
53-2006-CA-005246 SEC. 1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: JEAN D. ST. MARC AND GERDA MI-
CHAUD
whose residence is unknown if he/she/
they be living; and if he/she/they be dead,
the unknown defendants who may" be
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, assign-
ees, lienors, creditors, trustees, and all
par ties claiming an interest by, through,,
under or against the Defendants, who are
not known to be dead or alive, and all par-
ties having or claimant to have any right,
title or interest in the property described
in the mortgage being foreclosed herein.
YOU ARE HEREB? NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on the following
property:
LOT 15, HAVEN GROVE ES-
TATES, UNIT NO. 2, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 48,
PAGE 6, OF THE PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OF POLK COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
has been filed against the corporation and
the corporation is required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to it oni
DAVID J. STERN, ESQ. Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 801 S University Drive,
#500, Plantation, FL 33324 on or before
March 1 6. 2007 (no later than 30 days:
from the date of the first publication of
this notice of action) and file the originally
with the clerk of this court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition filed
herein.
.WITNESS my hand and the seal of this;
Court at POLK County, Florida, this 6th
day of February 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY: /s! Mary Murphy
DEPUTY CLERK
(Seal)
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0437


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
REGENCY PLACE HOMEOWNERS ASSO-
CIATION, INC., a Florida not-for-profit corpora-
tion,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SANDRA G DALTON AND LESLIE R DAL-
TON,
Defendants.
CASE NO.:
2006-CC-00-6708
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant
to the Final Judgment in Foreclosure. entered
on the 6th day of February, 2007, in Civil Ac-
tion No. 2006-CC-00-6708 of the County Court
of the Tenth Judicial Circuit, in and for Polk
County, Florida, in which, are the Defendants,
SANDRA G DALTON AND LESLIE R DAL-
TON, and REGENCY PLACE HOMEOWN-
ERS ASSOCIATION, INC., is the Plaintiff, I will
sell to the highest bidder for cash at the Polk
County Courthouse, 255 N. Broadway, Bartow,
Florida, at 9:00 a.m. on the 7th day of March,
2007, the following described real property set
forth in the Final Judgment:
Lot 197, Block D, Regency Place, Phase
Two, according to the Plat thereof as recorded
in Plat Book 110, Pages 8 & 9, in the Public
Records of Polk County, Florida.
Any person claiming an interest in the sur-
plus funds must file a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change is necessary, the Clerk
will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directing the bidders to the temporary sale
location.
If you are a person with a disability who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice of hearing; if
you are hearing or voice impaired, call TDD
(863) 534-7777 or Florida Relay Service (800)
955-8770.
Dated this 7th day of February, 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: /s/Angela McNally
Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0436






IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND FOR
POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DOROTHY E. ALDRICH-, Deceased.
PROBATE FILE NUMBER
QZCP-g01D
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of DORO-
THY E. ALDRICH, deceased, File Number
07CP-0018 by the Circuit Court for Polk
County, Florida, Probate Division, the address
of which is Post Office Box 9000, Drawer CC-
4, Bartow, FL 33831-9000. The name and ad-
dresses of the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney are set forth
below:
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate, including unmatured, contingent
or unliquidated claims, on whom a copy of this
notice is served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against the
decedent's estate, including unmatured, con-
. tingent or unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF-
TE:R THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
tION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE


FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publication of this Notice is
Eebruaryl 2. 2007.
Person Giving Notice:
TAMI ALDRICH
206 Cinnamon Ridge Lane
Davenport, Florida 33097
Attorney for Person Giving Notice:
TED A. LASSEIGNE, Esquire
Post Office Box 2238
I lanes City, FL 33845-2238
relneIlone: 863/422-2216
Florida Blar No. 163202
Fob 12, 19, 2007-0443


Public Notices


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
10TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
Simon Vidal-Cortes,
Petitioner,
-and- 4
Rubertina Hernandez-Aldana,
Respondent.
CASE NO.:
53-2007DR-001 1 56-0000-00
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSO-
LUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Rubertina Hernandez-Aldana
Last Known Address: Mexico, Unknown
Address, Possibly USA.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been
filed against you and that you are required
to serve a copy of your written defenses,
if any, to it on Simon Vidal-Cortez, whose
address is PO Box 5084, Haines City, Flor-
ida 33844, on or before March 16, 2007,
and file the original with the Clerk of this
Court at 255 N. Broadway,. Bartow, FL
33830 before service on Petitioner or im-
mediately thereafter. If you fail to do
so, a default may be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded in the Petition.
Copies of all court documents in
this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court's office. You may re-
view these documents upon re-
quests.
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of
your current address. (You may
file Notice of Current Address,
Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future
papers In this lawsuit will be
mailed to the address on record
at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic dis-
closure of documents and infor-
mation. Failure to comply can re-
sult in sanctions, including dis-
missal or striking of pleadings.
DATED February 7, 2007.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Amber Loomis
As Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)
Feb. 12, 19, 26, Mar. 5, 2006-0439


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MICHAEL FRANCIS VALERINO,
a/k/a MICHAEL F. VALERINO,
Deceased.
File No.
07-CP-0214
Division Probate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of MI-
CHAEL FRANCIS VALERINO, a/k/a
MICHAEL F. .VALERINO, deceased,
whose date of death was December 7,
Z1Q6, and whose Social Security Number
is 161-18-2124, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate
Division; the address of which is P.O. Box
9000. Drawer CC-4 Bartow. FL 33831-9000.
The names and addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a copy of this notice
has been served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION'OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against de-
cedent's estate must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE. ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DE-
CEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this notice is
February 12 2007
Personal Representative:
James R. Valerino
717 S. Park Avenue
Sanford, FL 32771
R. John Valerino
4702 Highlands Park Drive
Lakeland, FL 33813
TROIANO & ROBERTS, P.A.
Attorneys for Personal Representative
317 SOUTH TENNESSEE AVENUE
LAKELAND, FL 33801-4617
Telephone: (863) 686-7136
Florida Bar No. 0221864
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0432



ADVERTISEMENT OF SALE OR
DISPOSITION
Notice of hereby given that Winter Haven Stor-
age intends to sell or otherwise dispose of per-
sonal property described below to enforce a
lien imposed on said property under the Flor-
ida Self Storage Facility Act (Section 83.806).
The owner will sell or otherwise dispose of the
property on the 1st day of March,' 2007, at
11:30 am at 2100 EXECUTIVE RD, WINTER
HAVEN, FL 33884.
Items to be sold or disposed of are household
goods, furniture and misc. boxes unless other
wise stated.
2A ALICIA NORREGAARDO
008 CHAD STILLION
023 RICHARD N. SKIPPER
001 ROBERT EMERSON
016 ROBERT EMERSON
Sale or disposition subject to cancellation in
the event of settlement. Should it be impossi-
ble to sell or otherwise dispose or otherwise
dispose of these goods on the specific day, the
sale, or disposition will be held at a later such
date.
Feb. 5, 12, 19, 2007-0345




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
BETTY EUBANK,
Plaintiffs,
VS.
JOHN C. BACK AND MARION R. BACK,
DEFENDANT.
CASE NO.
07CA-537 7
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER OR AGAINST THE ESTATE OF JOHN C.


BACK AND MARION R. BACK, whose last
known address was unknown and whose
current address is unknown, if living and if
dead, the unknown heirs, devisees, Grant-
ees, Creditors, and all other parties claim-
ing by, through or against THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS,. DEVISEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE
ESTATE OF JOHN C. BACK AND MARION
R. BACKE, and any and all claimants, per-
sons or parties, natural or corporate,
whose legal status is unknown claiming
any right, title or interest in the lands


hereafter described, and grantees and
creditors, or other parties claiming by,
through or against this corporation or any
other parties claiming an interest therein;
and all claimants, persons or parties, natu-
ral or corporate, of whose exact legal
status is unknown, claiming under any of
the above named or described Defendants
of parties or claiming to have any right, ti-
tle or interest in and to the lands hereafter
described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close the following property in Polk
County, Florida:
Lot 95, Key Gardens, accord-
ing to the Plat thereof re-
corded in Plat Book 8, Page
20, of.the public records of
Polk County, Florida.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Glenn T. Shelby, Es-
quire, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is
902 'South Florida Avenue, Suite 101,
Lakeland, Florida 33803, on or before
March 14, 2007, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either before serv-
ice on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief demanded
in this Complaint.
If you are a person with disabilities'who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
DATED this 2nd day of February, 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
As Clerk of the Court
BY: /s/ Xochitl Munoz
Deputy Clerk
(COURT SEAL)
Feb. 5,12, 19, 26, 2007-0349


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH ROBERT ERTEL,
Deceased.
File Number
07CP-0178
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of JOSEPH
ROBERT ERTEL, deceased, whose date of
death was November 2, 2006, and whose So-
cial Security Number is 151-16-5350, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for Polk County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division, the address of which is
the Polk County Court House, P. Box 9000-
Drawer CC4, Bartow, Florida 33831. The
names and addresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a copy of this notice
has been served must file their claims with the
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the es-
tate of the decedent must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS, NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF'DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this No-
tice is Monday, February 12, 2007.
Personal Representatives:
JOSEPH.ERTEL, JR.
6 Princeton Road
Somers Point, New Jersey 08244
Attorney for Personal Representative:
KELLY B. HARDWICK, III
Florida Bar No.: 211028
Post Office Box 778
Bartow, Florida 33831-0778
(863) 533-1300
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0448




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, acting
through the United States Department of Agri-
culture, Rural Development, f/k/a Farmers
Home Administration,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PATRICIA SMITH, heir and lineal descent of
BARBARA E. BRIAN a/k/a BARBARA ELAINE
BRIAN, Deceased; GERALD COLE, heir and
lineal descendent of BARBARA E. BRIAN
a/k/a BARBARA ELAINE BRIAN, Deceased;
Any and all unknown heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees, or
other claimants claiming by, through, under or
against the.Estate of BARBARA'E. BRIAN
a/k/a BARBARA ELAINE BRIAN, Deceased;
and STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT OF
REVENUE,
Defendant.
CASE NO.:
53 2006 CA 002710 0000 OP
Section 07
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant
to a Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
entered on January 11, 2007, by the above en-
titled Court in the above styled cause, the un-
dersigned Clerk of Court or any of his duly
authorized deputies, will sell the property situ-
ated in POLK County, Florida, described as:
Lot 33, of VARNER HEIGHTS, according
to the plat thereof recorded In Plat Book
93, Page 35, public records of Polk
County, Florida.
at public outcry to the highest and best bidder
for cash on February 28 2007 at 9:00 A.M. in
the Jury Lounge, Second Floor, Polk County
Courthouse, 255 North Broadway Avenue,
Bartow, Florida, subject to all ad valorem taxes
and assessments for the real property de-
scribed above.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change is necessary, the Clerk
will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directing the bidders to the temporary sale
location.
II you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in


this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Ollice of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534.4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
DATED on January 12, 2007.
RICHARD M. WFISS
Clerk of Circuit Court
Post Oflice Box 9000, DI awer CC-.
Bartow, I-L 3383 1 -9000
DY: /s/ Lori Ar nil
Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
Feb 12, 19, 21007-0421


ADVERTISEMENT OF SALE OR
DISPOSITION
Notice of hereby given that Budget Mini Stor-
age intends to sell or otherwise dispose of per-
sonal property described below to enforce a
lien imposed on said property under the Flor-
ida Self Storage Facility Act (Section 83.806).
The owner will sell or otherwise dispose of the
property on the 22nd day of February, 2007, at
9:30 am at 1925 George Jenkins Blvd., Lake-
land, FL 33815.
Items to be sold or disposed of are household
goods, furniture and misc.'boxes unless other
wise stated.
B27 GLINDERKEMP
G04 DWIGHT M. WATSON
Sale or disposition subject to cancellation in
the event of settlement. Should it be impossi-
ble to sell or otherwise dispose or otherwise
dispose of these goods on the specific day, the
sale, or disposition will be held at a later such
date.
Feb. 5, 12, 19, 2007-0344





IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
POLK COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CITIMORTGAGE, INC. SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO CITIFINANCIAL MORTGAGE
LOAN CORPORATION F/K/A ASSOCIATES
HOME EQUITY LOAN CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs. '
TERRY L. THORNTON A/K/A TERRY T.
THORNTON, SR.; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
TERRY L. THORNTON A/K/A TERRY T.
THORNTON, SR.; ANGELA V. RISHER; IF
LIVING, INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF RE-
MARRIED, AND IF DECEASED, THE RE-
SPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT #2,
Defendarit(s).
CASE NO.
2007-CA-000391
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ANGELA V. RISHER; IF LIVING, IN-
CLUDING ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED, AND IF DE-
CEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANTS)
YOU ARE HEREBY required to file your an-
swer or written defenses, if any, in the above
proceeding with the Clerk of the Court, and to
serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attor-
ney, whose name and address appears
hereon, within thirty days of the first publication
of this Notice, the nature of this proceeding be-
ing a suit for foreclosure of mortgage against
the following described property, to wit:
LOT 8, BLOCK B, SECTION ONE PHASE
ONE, BABSON PARK HEIGHTS, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RE-.
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 43, PAGE 13, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
A/K/A: 214 ALDO DRIVE, BABSON
PARK, FL 338Z7
If you fail to file your answer or written de-
fenses in the above proceeding, on plaintiff's
attorney, a default will be entered againstt you
for the relief demanded in the Complaint or Pe-
tition.
If you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of.your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
Witness my hand and seal of this court of
the 7th day of February, 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By /sl Mary Murphy
Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0433








IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
BENEFICIAL FLORIDA, INC.,
Plaintiff
v.
SHARON A. JOHNSON F/K/A SHARON A.
TOOLE; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SHARON
A. JOHNSON F/K/A SHARON A. TOOLE;
JOHN P. JOHNSON A/K/A JOHN P. PAT-
RICK; BENEFICIAL FLORIDA, INC.; and UN-
KNOWN OCCUPANTS, TENANTS, OWN-
ERS, AND OTHER UNKNOWN PARTIES, in-
cluding, if a named defendant is deceased, the
personal representatives, the surviving--
spouse, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors,
and all other parties claiming by, through, un-
der or against that defendant, and the several
and respective unknown assigns, successors
in interest, trustees or other persons claiming
by, through, under or against any corporation
. or other legal entity named as a defendant,
and all claimants, persons or parties, natural or
corporate, or whose exact legal status is un-
known, claiming under any of the above
named or described defendants,
Defendantss.
CASE NO.:
2007-CA-000323
Division: 07
NOTICE OF SUIT-PROPERTY
TO: SHARON A. JOHNSON F/K/A
SHARON A. TOOLE
Residence: Unknown
Mailing Address: Unknown
UNKNOWN SPOUSE SHARON A. JOHN-
SON F/K/A SHARON A. TOOLE

Residence: Unknown
Mailing Address: Unknown
JOHN P. JOHNSON A/K/A JOHN'P. PAT-
RICKI
Residence: Unknown
Mailing Address: Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to foreclose a mortgage on the following
property in Polk County, Florida:
PATIO HOME 49, STARTING AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 55,
STONEBRIDGE SUBDIVISION, AS
SHOWN BY MAP OR PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN THE OFFICE OF THE
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND


FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PLAT
BOOK 67, PAGE 15, RUN SOUTH 00 DE-
GREES 32'49" WEST 18.31 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 27'11" EAST
100.00 FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 00
DEGREES 32'49" WEST 45.00 FEET;
I'lENCE RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES
27'11" WEST 100.00 FEET; THENCE
RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 32'49" EAST
45 00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.
has been filed against you, SHARON A.
JOHNSON F/K/A SHARON A. TOOLE; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF SHARON A. JOHN-


SON F/K/A SHARON A. TOOLE, including, if
a named defendant is deceased, the personal
representatives, the surviving spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors, and all other
parties claiming by, through, under or against
that defendant, and the several and respective
unknown assigns, successors in interest, trus-
tees or other persons claiming by, through, un-
der or against any corporation or other legal
entity named as a defendant, and all claim-
ants, persons or parties, natural or corporate,
or whose exact legal status is unknown, claim-
ing under any of the above named or de-
scribed defendants, and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if any to
it, on the Plaintiff's attorney, whose name and
address is ENRICO G. GONZALEZ, P.A.,
6255 East Fowler Avenue, Temple Terrace,
Florida 33617, and file the original with the
Clerk of the above-styled Court, on or before
March 16, 2007, otherwise, a judgment may be
entered against you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court
on February 8, 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Xochitl Munoz
Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0449




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EILEEN MARCIA CUSHMAN,,receased,
Deceased.
File Number:
07CP-0088
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of EILEEN
MARCIA CUSHMAN, deceased, File Number
07CP-0088, is pending in the Circuit-Court For
Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is Post Office Box 9000, Drawer
CC 4, Bartow, Florida 33831-9000. The name
and address of the Personal Representative
and the Personal Representative's attorney
are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTI-
FIED THAT:
All persons on whom this notice is served
who have objections that challenge the validity
of'the Will, the qualifications of the Personal
Representative, venue, or jurisdiction of this
Court are required to file their objections with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is
served within three months after the date of
the first publication of this notice must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERV-
ICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this No-
tice is February 12, 2007.
Personal Representative:
THOMAS H. CUSHMAN
701 S. Riverside Drive
Pompano Beach, Florida 33062
Attorney For Personal Representative:
TED A. LASSEIGNE, Esquire
Post Office Box 2238
Haines City, FL 33845-2238
Telephone: 863/422-2216
Florida Bar No. 163202
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0445





IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOVASTAR MORTGAGE, INC., a'Virginia
Corporation,
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
TROY MUZIDAL, ALENA ANN MUZIDAL,
MORTON G. BASSOFF; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT(S) IN POSSESSION #1, AND #2, et al.,
DEFENDANTSS.
CASE NO:
53-2006CA-004390-0000
SECTION: 07
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant
to a Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure
dated January 24, 2007, entered in Civil Case
No. 53-2006CA-004390-0000 (07) of the Cir-
cuit Court of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in and
for Polk County, Florida, wherein the NOVAS-
TAR MORTGAGE, INC., a Virginia Corpora-
tion, Plaintiff, and TROY MUZIDAL, ALENA
ANN MUZIDAL, MORTON G. BASSOFF; UN-
KNOWN TENANTS) IN POSSESSION #1,
AND #2, et al., are Defendants.
I will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash in the Polk County Courthouse, 255
North Broadway, Bartow, FL 33831, at 9:001
A.M. on the 28th day of February, 2007, the
following described property Polk County, Flor-
ida:
THE EAST 1/2 OF THE WEST 1/2 OF
THE SE 1/4 OF THE SW 1/4 OF SEC-
TION 19, TOWNSHIP 27 SOUTH, RANGE
23 EAST, POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA,
LESS THE NORTH 919.65 FEET AND
LESS THE SOUTH 302.50 FEET OF THE
EAST 144.00 FEET AND LESS THE
SOUTH 254.60 FEET AND LESS MAIN-
TAINED ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY.
If you are a person claiming a right to
funds remaining after the sale, you must
file with the clerk no later than 60 days af-
ter the sale. If you fail to file a claim you
will not be entitled to any remaining funds.
After 60 days, only the owner of record as
of the date of the lis'pendens may claim
the surplus.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change is necessary, the Clerk
will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directing the bidders to the temporary sale
location.


If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to par-
ticipate in this proceeding, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact the Of-
fice of the Court Administrator, (863)
534-4690, within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this notice; if you are hear-
ing or voice impaired, call (TDD) (863)
534-7777, or Florida Relay Service 711:
WITNESS my hand and the seal of the
court on January 24, 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
CLERK OF .THE CIRCUIf COUR1
By: /s/ Mary Thomas
Deputy Clerk
(COURT SEAL)
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0423














The Polk County Democrat February 19, 2007


Public Notices


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, act-
ing through Rural Development, for-
merly Farmers Home Administration (
FmHA), United States Department of Agri-
culture (USDA),
Plaintiff,
vs.
Hilario Colon, Jr.; et al,
Defendants.
CASE NO.
06CA-3355 Sec. 7
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
a Summary Final Judgment entered in the
above entitled cause in the Circuit Court
of Polk County, Florida, I will sell the prop-
erty located in Polk County, Florida, being
specifically described as follows:
Lot 4, of WILLOW OAK VILLAGE, ac-
cording to the map or plat thereof re-
corded in Plat Book 94, Page 6, of the
public records of Polk County, Florida.
at public sale to the highest and best bid-
der, for cash at the Jury Lounge, Second`
Floor, Polk County Courthouse, 255 North
Broadway Avenue, Bartow, Polk County,
Florida, at 9:00 a.m. on the Zth day of
March. 2007.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS
OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST
FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255. North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the.main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change is necessary, the Clerk
will post a 'Notipe of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directing the bidders to the temporary sale
location.
If you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
Dated January 31, 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
By /s/ Mary Thomas
As Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0523





IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
10th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
US BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR CREDIT SUISSE FIRST
BOSTON CS8B 2005-6,
PLAINTIFF
VS.
LIDA D. LIVINGSTON; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF LIDA D. LIVINGSTON IF ANY; ANY AND
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INC.; CITY OF LAKELAND,
FLORIDA; JOHN DOE 1, JANE DOE 1, JOHN
DOE 2 AND JANE DOE 2, AND JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
CASE NO:
53-2006-CA-003162-SEC 4
RE-NOTICE OF'FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Granting the Motion to Reset Foreclo-
sure Sale dated January 26. 2007 entered in
Civil Case No. 53-2006-CA-3162-SEC 4 of the
Circuit Court of the 10TH Judicial Circuit in and
for POLK County, BARTOW, Florida, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for cash at THE
JURY LOUNGE, SECOND FLOOR at the
POLK County Courthouse located at 255 N
Broadway Ave. in Bartow, Florida, at 9:00 a.m.
on the 1st day of March. 2007 the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Summary
Final Judgment, to-wit:
THE NORTH 28 FEET OF LOT
35 AND ALL OF LOT 36,
BLOCK. 7, WESTGATE SUBDIVI-
SION, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 10, PAGE 23 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA,; SUBJECT
TO A PRIVATE NON-EXCLUSIVE
EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND
EGRESS OVER THE SOUTH 10
FEET OF SAID ABOVE LOTS,
TOGETHER WITH A PRIVATE
NON-EXCLUSIVE EASEMENT
FOR. INGRESS AND EGRESS
OVER THE SOUTH 10 FEET OF
LOT 13, BLOCK 7, WESTGATE
SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 10, PAGE 23,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any. other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens. must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry
is possible from Broadway Avenue. In the
event any temporary change is necessary,
the Clerk will post a "Notice of Change" at
the sale location directing the bidders to the
temporary sale location.
If you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice iripaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
Dated this 29th day of January. 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Lori Armijo
Deputy Clerk
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0426


NOTICE OF MEETING
District Board of Trustees
Polk Community College
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
THE DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF
POLK COMMUNITY COLLEGE will hold its
monthly Board Meeting on Monday, February
26, 2007 at 4 pm in LAC-1207 on the Lakeland
Campus.
Eileen Holden, Secretary
District Board of Trustees
Feb. 19, 2007-0522


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
MIARY A. HOLT and TONY J.
HOLT,
Plaintiff,
vs
JIM DEES and JOSEPH BERNAS,
JOHN W. DUVALL and JOYCE H.
DUVALL, if living, and if de-
ceased, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES,
SUCCESSORS and ASSIGNS OF
JOHN W. DUVALL AND JOYCE H.
DUVALL, Deceased; CHRISTINE
CORIOLAN,
Defendants.
CASE NUMBER:
53-2006-CA-004871-0000-00-SEC 7
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:JIM DEES
3301 AVENUE U., N.W.
WINTER HAVEN, FL 33881
CHRISTINE CORklLAN
230 "D" STREET
LAKE WALES, FL 33853
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Com-
plaint has been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses,-if any, to iton STEPHEN F. BAKER,
ESQ., Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is
800 First Street S., Winter Haven, FL 33880,
on or before the 14th day of March. 2006,
and file the original with the Clerk of this Court,
either before service on Plaintiff's attorney, or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief demanded
in the Petition.
The Plaintiff is seeking to quiet titleon real
property described as follows:
LOT 821, OF INWOOD UNIT NO. 4, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 9, PAGE 35, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF POLK COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA.
If you are a person with disabilities who
needs any accommodation in order to par-
ticipate in this proceeding, you are entitled
at no cost to you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact the Office of the
Court Administrator, (863) 534-4690, within
two (2) working days of your receipt of this
notice; if you are hearing or voice impaired,
call TDD (863) 534-7777 or Florida Relay
Services 711.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on this 30th day of January. 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS,
As Clerk of Said Court
BY: /s/ Linda Richards
As Deputy Clerk
(COURT SEAL)
Feb. 5, 12, 19, 26, 2007-0341






IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH P. BRIDGES,
Deceased.
File No.
07CP-0308
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of Jo-
seph P. Bridges, deceased, whose
date of death was January 10, 2007, and
whose Social Security Number is 245-07-
6443, is pending in the Circuit Court for
Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is P.O. Box 9000, Drawer
CC4, Bartow, Florida 33831-9000. The
names and addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate, on whom a copy of this
notice has been served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publication of this no-
tice is February 19 2007.
Personal Representative:
Donald R. Bridges
3515 Ashling Drive
Lakeland, Florida 33803
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Glen T. Shelby
Attorney for Donald R. Bridges
Florida Bar No. 285269
Shelby, Medina & Stargel, LLP
902 S. Florida Avenue, Suite 101
Lakeland, Florida 33803
Telephone: (863) 577-4000
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0525




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
NANCY ELIZABETH BLANTON
A/K/A NANCY ELIZABETH HUNT,
Wife/Petitioner,,
-and-
ROBERT N. BLANTON,
Husband/Respondent.
CASE NO.:
53-2006DR-009109
Section: 05
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSO-
LUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: ROBERT N. BLANTON
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
dissolution of marriage has been filed
against you and that you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on BRIAN W. HAAS, Bradley
Johnson Law Firm, P.A., attorney for peti-
tioner, whose address is 225 East Park
Avenue, Post Office Box 1260 Lake Wales,
Florida 33859-1260, within thirty (30)
days after the first publication of this no-
tice, and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on peti-
tioner's attorney or immediately thereaf-
ter; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the
petition.
Copies of all documents in this case, in-
cluding orders, are available at the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request. You must
keep the Clerk of the Court's office noti-
fied of your current address.
If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to par-
ticipate in this proceeding, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to. the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact the Of-


fice of the Court Administrator (863)
534-4690, within (2) working days of
your receipt of this notice; if you are hear-
ing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on February 13, 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
AS CLERK OF THE COURT
Rv: /s/ Mary Murphy
As Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)
Feb. 19, 26, Mar. 5, 12, 2007-0518


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
BANKUNITED, FSB,
Plaintiff
vs.
ANNELIESE TOET, ET AL.,
Defendants.
CASE NO:
2005-CA-001946
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to a Final
Judgment entered in this cause, in the Circuit
Court of Polk County, Florida, I will sell the
property situated in Polk County, Florida de-
scribed as:
LOT 2, LAGO VISTA GOLF ESTATES
PHASE ONE, A SUBDIVISION, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 100, PAGE 32,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
at public sale, to the highest and best bid-
der, for cash, in the Jury Lounge, Second
Floor, Polk County Courthouse, 255 North
Broadway, Bartow, Polk County, Florida will
be held at 9:00 o'clock, A.M., onM~arch.
2007.
Any persons claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of the
lis pendens must file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change Is necessary, the Clerk
will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directing the bidders to the temporary sale
location.
If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to par-
ticipate in this proceeding, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact the Of-
fice of the Court Administrator, (863)
534-4690, within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this notice; if you are hear-
ing or voice impaired, call (TDD) (863)
534-7777, or Florida Relay Service 711.
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/Carolyn Mack
Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0515

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CAMELOT HOLDINGS, LP, a Delaware lim-
ited partnership
Plaintiff,
V.
MICC DEVELOPMENT LLC; ALEX RIOS, indi-
vidually; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ALEX RIOS;
TENANT #1; TENANT #2; AND ANY AND
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, AND UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN-NAMED DEFENDANTS WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS,
Defendants.
CASE NO.
53-2006CA-003992-0000-00
SECTION 08
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
.CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, AND UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN-NAMED DEFEN-
DANTS WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS*
*Current Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following real property
in Polk County, Florida:
Lots 13 and 14, Block "BI,
MAP OF LAKE SIDE, according
to the map or plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 17,
Page 42, of the Public Records
of Polk County, Florida
has been filed against you in the Circuit
Court of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in
and for Polk County, Florida, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses to it, if any, to:
GREGORY A. SANOBA, ESQUIRE
SANOBA & SANOBA, P.A.
114 East Edgewood Drive
Lakeland, Florida 33803-401 5
on or before March 23. 2007. and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise, a default
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and Seal of this Court
on February 14 2007
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of Circuit Court
By /s/ Xochitl Munoz
As Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0519


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
10th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. AS TRUSTEE,
PLAINTIFF
VS.
ROSALYN EASTERS; ERIC HARDEN; ANY
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHTH ER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; JOHN
DOE AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
CASE NO:
53-2006-CA-004528
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
January 11 2007 entered in Civil Case No. 53-
2006-CA-004528 of the Circuit Court of the
10TH Judicial Circuit in and for POLK County,
BARTOW, Florida, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at THE JURY LOUNGE,
SECOND FLOOR at the POLK County Court-
house located at 255 N Broadway Ave. in Bar-
tow, Florida, at 9:00 a.m. on the 28th day of
February 2007 the following described prop-
erty as set forth in said Summary Final Judg-
ment, to-wit:
THE EAST 1/2 OF LOT 13 AND
THE EAST 1/2 OF LOT 14,
WASHINGTON PARK, ACCORD-
ING TO THE MAP OR PLAT


THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE(S) 99,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND THE
WEST 7.5 FEET OF THE VA-
CATED ALLEY LYING EAST
THEREOF.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale. if any. other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens, must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-


tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry
is possible from Broadway Avenue. In the
event any temporary change is necessary,
the Clerk will post a "Notice of Change" at
the sale location directing the bidders to the
temporary sale location.
If you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
Dated this 12th day of January. 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Lori Armijo
Deputy Clerk
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0422

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
DLANTER CORP., INC., a Florida corpora-
tion,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MICHAEL KEITH HEARD; NORMA HEARD;
and JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT REAL PROPERTY,
Defendants.
CASE NO.:
2005CA-4758
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
Amended Final Judgment entered in the above
entitled cause in the Circuit Court of Polk
County, Florida the following described prop-
erty:
Lot 2, COUNTRY VIEW ESTATES
PHASE 3, according to the map or plat
'thereof as recorded In Plat Book 94,
Pages 18-23, of the Public Records of
Polk County, Florida.
Together with 1997 Meritt mobile home
Florida Identification Number
FLHMLCB102516105A, Title Number
72298725 and 1997 Meritt mobile home
Florida Identification Number
FLHMLCB102516105B, Title Number
72298726.
offered for public sale, to the highest and
best bidder for cash, at the Jury Lounge,
Second Floor of the Polk County Court-
house, 255 N. Broadway Avenue, Bartow,
Polk County, Florida, at 9:00 a.m. on the
February 28, 2007.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change is necessary, the Clerk
will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directing the bidders to the temporary sale
location.
If you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
Witness my hand and seal this 1st day of Feb-
ruary, 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of Circuit Courts i, .
By: /s/ Lori Armijo
As Deputy Clerk
(COURT SEAL)
Feb. 12. 19, 2007-0427

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION
OF
RYAN J. KINMAN, DOB: 02/29/00
JESSER. KINMAN, DOB: 02/18/03
Adoptees.
CASE NO.:
53-2007DR-001007-0000-LK
SEC. 2
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS OF MINOR CHILD
TO:
LORETTA D. KINMAN
Last Known Address:
1121 Country Club Lane
Lakeland, FL 33801
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for
Adoption has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on THOMAS J. CHAWK,
ESQUIRE, Post Office Box 8209, Lakeland,
Florida 33802-8209, on or before March 19.
200Z, and file the original with the Clerk of this
Court, Post Office Box 9000/Drawer CC-2,
Bartow, Florida 33831 either before service on
the Petitioner's attorney or immediately there-
after; otherwise, a default will'be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the Peti-
tion.
UNDER SECTION 63.089, FLORIDA
STATUTES, FAILURE TO FILE A WRITTEN
RESPONSE TO THIS NOTICE WITH THE
COURT OR TO APPEAR AT THIS HEARING
CONSTITUTES GROUNDS UPON WHICH
THE COURT SHALL END ANY PARENTAL
RIGHTS YOU MAY HAVE REGARDING THE
MINOR CHILD.
Dated this 5th day of February 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of the Courts
BY: /s/ Kathie Price
Deputy Clerk
Feb. 12, 19, 26, Mar. 5, 2007-0441

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: THE MATTER OF THE TERMINA-
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF MINOR
CHILD
JOSE DAVID STILES
Minor Child.
CASE NO.:
53-2007DR-000968-0000-LK
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
RONALD RAUL TIPLEY
Last Known Address:
204 Palmetto Palm Drive
Winter Haven, FL 33880
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for Ter-
mination of Parental Rights has been filed
against you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on
THOMAS J. CHAWK, ESQUIRE, Post Office
Box 8209, Lakeland, Florida 33802-8209, on
or before March 15 2007 and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court, Post Office Box
9000/Drawer CC-2, Bartow, Florida 33831 ei-
ther before service on the Petitioner's attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise, a default
will be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the Petition.


UNDER SECTION 63.089, FLORIDA
STATUTES, FAILURE TO FILE A WRITTEN
RESPONSE TO THIS NOTICE WITH THE
COURT OR-TO APPEAR AT THIS HEARING
CONSTITUTES GROUNDS UPON WHICH
THE COURT SHALL END ANY PARENTAL
RIGHTS YOU MAY HAVE REGARDING THE
MINOR CHILD.
Dated this 2nd day of February. 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of the Courts
BY: /s/ Kathie Price
Deputy Clerk
Feb. 12, 19, 26, Mar. 5, 2007-0442


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, act-
ing through Rural Development, for-
merly Farmers Home Administration (
FmHA), United States Department of Agri-
culture (USDA),
Plaintiff,
vs.
BOBBIE J. ARTHUR; POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA; and CITIFI-
NANCIAL EQUITY SERVICES, INC.,
Defendants.
CASE NO.
53-2002CA-000359-Sec 7
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
a Summary Judgment entered in the
above entitled cause in the Circuit Court
of Polk County, Florida, I will sell the prop-
erty located in Polk County, Florida, being
specifically described as follows:
Lot 17, of JUSTIN HEIGHTS, according
to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Book 93, at Page 36, Public Records of
Polk County, Florida.
at public sale to the highest and best bid-
der, for cash at the East End of the East
Corridor, First Floor, Polk County Court-
house, 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Polk County, Florida, at.9:00 a.m. on
the 2-th day of February, 2QQZ.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change is necessary, the Clerk
will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directing the bidders to the temporary sale
location,
If you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
Dated January 25. 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
By /s/ Mary Thomas
As Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0424


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
10th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
US BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR CREDIT SUISSE FIRST
BOSTON CS8B 2005-8,
PLAINTIFF
VS.
LIDA D. LIVINGSTON; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF LIDA D. LIVINGSTON; ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
SDEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION '
SYSTEMS, INC.; CITY OF LAKELAND,
FLORIDA JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
CASE NO:
53-2006-CA-003165-0000
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Granting the Motion to Reset Foreco'-
sure Sale dated January'26 2007 entered in
Civil Case No. 53-2006-CA-003165-0000 of
the Circuit Court of the 10TH Judicial Circuit in
and for POLK County, BARTOW, Florida, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at
THE JURY LOUNGE, SECOND FLOOR at the
POLK County Courthouse located at 255 N
Broadway Ave. in Bartow, Florida, at 9:00 a.m.
on the 1St day of March. 2007 the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Summary
Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 13 AND THE NORTH 28
FEET OF LOT 14, BLOCK 7,
WESTGATE SUBDIVISION, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 10, PAGE 23 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SUBJECT
TO A PRIVATE NON-EXCLUSIVE
EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND
EGRESS OVER THE SOUTH 10
FEET OF SAID LOT 13, TO-
GETHER WITH A PRIVATE, NON-
EXCLUSIVE EASEMENT FOR IN-
GRESS AND EGRESS OVER THE
SOUTH 10 FEET OF THE FOL-
LOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY,
THE NORTH 28 FEET OF LOT
35 AND ALL OF LOT 36,
BLOCK 7, WESTGATE SUBDIVI-
SION, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 10, PAGE 23, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale. if any. other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens.- must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry
is possible from Broadway Avenue. In the
event any temporary change is necessary,
the Clerk will post a "Notice of Change" at
the sale location directing the bidders to the
temporary sale location.
If you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
Dated this 29th day of January. 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Lori Armijo
Depi~ty Clerk
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0426

LEGAL NOTICE
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS


The Polk County Workforce Development
Board, Inc. is soliciting proposals from qualified
entities to provide Youth Services as required
under the Workforce Investment Act of 1998.
The Proposers' conference is scheduled for
Monday, February 26, 2007. Letters of Intent
to Propose are due in the Board's administra-
tive office before 5:00 PM ET on Thursday,
March 8, 2007. All proposals are due in the
Board's administrative office before 4:00 PM
ET on Monday, April 02, 2007. A copy of the
Request for Proposals may be obtained from
the Board's web site, www.polkworks.org by
clicking on then clicking on
or by contacting Tom Hor-
nack at 863.508.1600 x 116 or at tomhor-
nack@polkworks.org.
Feb. 19, 2007-0514


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION
OF
RYAN J. KINMAN, DOB: 02/29/00
JESSE R. KINMAN, DOB: 02/18/03
Adoptees.
CASE NO.:
53-2007DR-001007-000 -LK
SEC. 2
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS OF MINOR CHILD
TO:
Unknown Father
Last Known Address: Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for
Adoption has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on THOMAS J. CHAWK,
ESQUIRE, Post Office Box 8209, Lakeland,
Florida 33802-8209, on or before March 19.
200Z, and file the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on the Petitioner's
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise,
a default will be entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Petition.
UNDER SECTION 63.089, FLORIDA
STATUTES, FAILURE TO FILE 'A WRITTEN
RESPONSE TO THIS NOTICE WITH THE
COURT OR TO APPEAR AT THIS HEARING
CONSTITUTES GROUNDS UPON WHICH
THE COURT SHALL END ANY PARENTAL
RIGHTS YOU MAY HAVE REGARDING THE
MINOR CHILD.
Dated this 5th day of February 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of the Courts
BY: /s/ Kathie Price
Deputy Clerk
Feb. 12, 19, 26, Mar. 5, 2007-0440



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that THE
SCHOOL BOARD OF POLK COUNTY,
FLORIDA, announces a public hearing to
which all persons are invited.
DATE AND TIME:
Tuesday, February 27, 2007,
to begin immediately following
the Public Hearing on the
2006/2007 Student Progres-
sion Plan
PLACE: School Board Auditorium, 1915
South Florida Ave., Bartow, FL
PURPOSE: To consider the Spe-
cial Magistrate's Report and spe-
cific rejections, if any, in the
matter of The School Board of
Polk County and The Polk County
Education Association, PERC
Case No. SM-2006-044.
To All Concerned Parties: If a party de-
cides to appeal any decision made at this
hearing, it will be necessary for that party to
have a record of the proceeding and for such
purposes shall need to insure that a verbatim
record of the proceeding be made which re-
cord includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based. The costs of
such record shall be borne by the party desir-
ing the appeal.
A copy of the agenda may be obtained by
writing to JoAnne Clanton in the Superinten-
dent's Office at The School Board of Polk
County, P.O. Box 391, Bartow, FL 33831 or by,
calling 863-534-0521.
Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans.
with Disabilities Act, any person requiring spe-
cial accommodations to participate in this
meeting is asked to advise the agency at least
S48 hours before the meeting by contacting Pa- -
tricia Hunter at 863-534-0513. If you are hear-
ing or speech impaired, please contact the
agency by calling Florida Relay Service at 1-
800-955-8771.
Dated: February 15, 2007.
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
By Margaret A. Lofton, Chairman
Attest Gall F. McKinzie, Secre-
tary
(Seal)
Feb. 19, 2007-0524




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
10th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA'
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR MASTER ASSET BACKED
SECURITIES TRUST, 2006-HE2,
PLAINTIFF
VS.
ANGELO HENRIQUEZ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF ANGELO HENRIQUEZ, IF ANY; ANY AND
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; ASSO-
CIATION OF POINCIANA VILLAGE, INC.;
COMMUNITY TRUST FEDERAL CREDIT UN-
ION; JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS UN-
KNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
CASE NO:
53-2006-CA-004147-0000-SEC 4
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
January 5 2007 entered in Civil Case No. 53-
2006-CA-004147-0000-SEC 4 of the Circuit
Court of the 10TH Judicial Circuit in and for
POLK County, BARTOW, Florida, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash at THE .
JURY LOUNGE, SECOND FLOOR at the
POLK County Courthouse located at 255 N
Broadway Ave. in Bartow, Florida, at 9:00.a.m.
on the Zth day of March. 2007 the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Summary
Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 2, BLOCK 754, OF POINCI-
ANA NEIGHBORHOOD 5' NORTH,
VILLAGE 3, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN THE PLAT BOOK
54, PAGES 27-42, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF POLK
COUNTY, FLQRIDA.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any. other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens. must file a claim
within 60 davs after the sale.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry
is possible from Broadway Avenue. In the
event any temporary change is necessary,
the Clerk will post a "Notice of Change" at
the sale location directing the bidders to the
temporary sale location.
If you are a person with disabilities who needs


any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
Dated this 91 day of JnuaMti.200Z.
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Lori Armijo
Deputy Clerk
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0502


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Public Notices


IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
I.L.E. PROPERTIES, INC., a Florida corpora-
tion,
Plaintiffs,
VS
WIESLAWA BALZAC,
Defendant.
CASE NO:
2006CC-2041
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant
to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on
November 27, 2006, this case now pending in
the above Court, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at 9:00 a.m. on March 7,
2007, at the Jury Lounge, on the 2nd floor of
the Polk County Courthouse located at 255
North Broadway, Bartow, Florida, as more spe-
cifically set forth in Schedule "F" attached
hereto, the following described following:
Lot 22, Block 338, INDIAN LAKE ES-
TATES, Unit 11, according to the plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book 40, page 15,
Public Records of Polk County, Florida.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en;
trance is located on Church Street. No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change is necessary, the Clerk
will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directing the bidders to the temporary sale
location.
If you are a person with a disability who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain.assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call (TDD) (863)
534-7777, or Florida Relay Service 711.
DATED this 13th day of February, 2007.
RICHARD WEISS
As Clerk
BY: Is/Angela McNally
As Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)
Feb. 19, 26, Mar. 5,12, 2007-0517


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE.
10th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC.,
PLAINTIFF
VS.
LEAH DAWN HORN; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF LEAH DAWN HORN IF ANY; ANY AND
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST AS SPOUSES; HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; JOHN
DOE AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
CASE NO:
53-2006-CA-003188-0000
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
January 30 2007 entered in Civil Case No. 53-
2006-CA-003188-0000 of the Circuit Court of
the 10TH Judicial Circuit in and for POLK
County, BARTOW, Florida, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at THE JURY
LOUNGE, SECOND FLOOR at the POLK
County Courthouse located at 255 N Broad-
way Ave. in Bartow, Florida, at 9:00 a.m. on
the 2nd day of March. 2007 the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Summary
Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 114, OF WINDWOOD BAY
PHASE ONE, ACCORDING TO
THE' PLAT THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN THE PLAT BOOK
118, PAGES 40 THROUGH 47,
INCLUSIVE, OF THE PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OF POLK COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens. must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry
is possible from Broadway Avenue. In the
event any temporary change is necessary,
the Clerk will post a "Notice of Change" at
the sale location directing the bidders to the
temporary sale location.
If you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this'proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office.of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, callTDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
Dated this 31st day of January. 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Mary Thomas
Deputy Clerk
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0507



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOVASTAR MORTGAGE, INC., a Virginia
Corporation,
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
GLEN MICHAEL COX, UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF GLEN MICHAEL COX, WILLOW POINT
ESTATES HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,
INC.; UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN POSSES-
SION #1, AND #2, et al.,
DEFENDANTSS.
CASE NO:
53-2006CA-004106-0000
SECTION: 11
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant
to a Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure
dated January 31, 2007, entered in Civil Case
No. 53-2006CA-004106-0000 (11) of the Cir-
cuit Court of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in and
for Polk County, Florida, wherein the NOVAS-
TAR MORTGAGE, INC., a Virginia Corpora-
tion, Plaintiff, and GLEN MICHAEL COX, UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF GLEN MICHAEL COX,
WILLOW POINT ESTATES HOMEOWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC.; UNKNOWN TENANTS)
IN POSSESSION #1, AND #2, et al., are De-
fendants.
I will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash in the Polk County Courthouse, 255
North Broadway, Bartow, FL 33831, at 9:00
A.M. on the 7th day of March, 2007, the follow-


ing described property Polk County, Florida:
LOT 8, WILLOW POINT ESTATES, AC-
CORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 72, PAGE 14, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF POLK COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA.
If you are a person claiming a right to
funds remaining after the sale, you must
file with the clerk no later than 60 days af-
ter the sale. If you fail to file a claim you
will not be entitled to any remaining funds.
After 60 days, only the owner of record as
of the date of the lis pendens may claim
the surplus.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,


Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue,. Bar-
(pw, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change Is necessary, the Clerk
will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directing the bidders to the temporary sale
location.
If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to par-
ticipate in this proceeding, you are enti-
tied, at no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact the Of-
fice of the Court Administrator, (863)
534-4690, within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this notice; if you are hear-
ing or voice impaired, call (TDD) (863)
534-7777, or Florida Relay Service 711.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of the
court on February 1, 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: s/ Mary Thomas
Deputy Clerk
(COURT SEAL)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0508



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
BANK OF NEW YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR
THE CERTIFICATEHOLDERS S CWABS,
INC. ASSET-BACKED NOTES, SERIES 2005-
SD2
Plaintiff,
vs.
ADAM B. WALKER; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
ADAM B. WALKER; THE INDEPENDENT
SAVINGS PLAN COMPANY; THE INDE-
PENDENT SAVINGS PLAN COMPANY D/B/A
ISPC; and any unknown heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, creditors, and other unknown persons or
unknown spouses claiming by, through and
under any of the above-named Defendants,
Defendants.
/
CASE NO.:
53-2006-CA-4176-WH-04
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that the under-
signed Clerk of the Circuit Court of Polk
County, Florida, will on the 91t day of March,
2007. at 9:00 o'clock A.M., at the Jury
Lounge, Second floor, 255 N. Broadway in
Bartow, Florida 33830 offer for sale and sell at
public outcry to the highest and best bidder for
cash, the following-described property situate
in Polk County, Florida:
LOT 5, IN BLOCK C OF ADDITION TO
REEDY LAKE SUBDIVISION, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 44, PAGE 24,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORD OF POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
pursuant to the Final Judgment en-
tered in a case pending in said Court,
the style of which is indicated above.
Any person or entity claiming an inter-
est in the surplus, if any, resulting from
the foreclosure sale, other than the
property owner as of the date of the
Lis Pendens, must file a claim on same
with the Clerk of Court within 60 days
after the foreclosure sale.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Court-
house located at 255 North Broadway Ave-
nue, Bartow, Florida. Please note that the
main entrance is located on Church Street.
No entry is possible from Broadway Ave-
nue. In the event any temporary change is
necessary, the Clerk will post a "Notice of
Change" at the sale location directing the
bidders to the temporary sale location.
If you are a person, with a disability
who needs any accommodation in or-
der to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.'
Please contact the Office of the Court
Administrator, (863) 534-4690, within
two (2) working days of your receipt
of this notice; if you are hearing or
voice impaired, call (TDD) (863) 534-
7777, or Florida Relay Service 800-
955-8770.
WITNESS my hand nd official seal of
said Court this ,5. day of January,
2007.
Richard Weiss
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY:/s/ Mary Thomas
Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0511


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CAMELOT HOLDINGS, LP, a Delaware lim-
ited partnership
Plaintiff,
v.
MICC GROUP, INC., a Florida Company;
ALEX RIOS, individually; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF ALEX RIOS; SUSAN PELLETIER, as Trus-
tee of the Phillip and Sessoms Trust; SU-
SAN PELLETIER, as Trustee of the Stuart
Avenue Trust, dated November 1, 2002;
TENANT #1; TENANT #2; TENANT #3;
TENANT #4;, TENANT #5; TENANT #6;
TENANT #7; TENANT #8; AND ANY AND
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, AND UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN-NAMED DEFENDANTS WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS,
Defendants.
CASE NO.
53-2006CA-003991-0000-00
SECTION 08
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, AND UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN-NAMED DEFENDANTS WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS*
*Current Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following real property
in Polk County, Florida:
Lots 1, 2, 13, and 14, Block
"B", FRANCIS' RESUBDIVISION,
according to the map or plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat
Book 16, Page 50, of the Pub-
lic Records of Polk County,
Florida
has been filed against you in the Circuit
Court of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in
and for Polk County, Florida, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses to it, if any, to:
GREGORY A. SANOBA, ESQUIRE
SANOBA & SANOBA, P.A.
114 East Edgewood Drive


Lakeland, Florida 33803-4015
on or before March 23 2007. and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise, a default
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and Seal of this Court
on February 14 2007
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of Circuit Court
By /s/ Xochitl Munoz
As Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0530


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA Probate Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARIE LORNA HALLBERG, De-
ceased,
SSN: 026-14-5382 Z
Deceased.
File Number
07CP-0277
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of MARIE
LORNA HALLBERG, deceased, whose
date of death was October 20, 2006, and
whose Social Security Number is 026-14-5382,
is pending in the Circuit Court for Polk County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of which
is Polk County Courthouse, 255 N. Broadway,
P.O. Box 9000, Drawer No. CC-4, Bartow,
Florida 33831-9000. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and'other per-
sons having claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is
served must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against de-
"cedent's estate must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DE-
CEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this No-
tice is February 19, 2007.
Personal Representatives
Alvin L. Hallberg
418 King Fisher Lane
Haines City, Florida 33844
Attorney for Personal Representatives
Michael A. Johnson
Florida Bar No.: 0474258
P. O. Box 1397
Lakeland, Florida 33802-1397
Telephone (863) 688-0741
Fax#: (863) 688-0472
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0527


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE 10TH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY,
FLORIDA
KEY BANK
PLAINTIFFS,
VS.
LOIS S. MCDERMOTT, Trustee of the
EUGENE K. MCDERMOTT RECOVERABLE
TRUST AGREEMENT DATED 05/04/05, et
ux., et al.,
DEFENDANTS.
CASE NO.
53-2006-CA-4891-0000 SEC 4
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Final Judgment Scheduling Fore-
closure Sale entered on January 29, 2007,
in this case now pending in said Court, the
style of which is indicated above.
I will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the POLK COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
Jury Lounge, Second floor, 255 North Broad-
way Avenue, Bartow, Florida, at 9:00 A.M.,
on the and day of March 2007 the fol-
lowing described property as set forth in
said Order or Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 19, SUMMIT VIEW, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 89, PAGE 27, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
a/k/a: 2511 SUMMITVIEW
DRIVE, LAKELAND, FL 33813
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.
If you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
ORDERED at POLK County Florida, this
31st day of January. 2007:
RICHARD M. WEISS
As Clerk, Circuit Court
POLK, Florida
By: /s/ Mary Thomas
As Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0506



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE 10TH JUIDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY,
FLORIDA
AURORA LOAN SERVICES, LLC
PLAINTIFFS,
VS.
WILL STEWART, at ux., at al.,
DEFENDANTS.
CASE NO.
53-2006-CA-3800-0000 #4
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Final Judgment Scheduling Fore-
closure Sale entered on February 2, 2007,
in this case now pending in said Court, the
style of which is indicated above.
I will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the POLK COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
Jury Lounge, Second floor, 255 North Broad-
way Avenue, Bartow, Florida, at 9:00 A.M.,
on the 9th day of March. 2007, the follow-
ing described property as set forth in said
Order or Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 65 RESERVE AT TOWN
CENTER, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 117, PAGE 39,
PUBLIC RECORDS, OF POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
a/k/a: 702 RESERVE PLACE,
DAVENPORT, FLORIDA 33896
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.
If you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-


trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice Impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
ORDERED at POLK County Florida, this
5th day of February 2007
RICHARD M. WEISS
As Clerk, Circuit Court
POLK, Florida
By: /s/ Mary Thomas
As Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
Feb. 19,26,2007-0512


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
RAYMOND LEE DAVIS,
Deceased.
FILE NO. 07CP-0256
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of RAY-
MOND LEE DAVIS, deceased, File Number
07CP-0256, is pending in the Circuit Court for
Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is Polk County Courthouse,
Post Office Box 9000, Drawer CC-4419, Bar-
tow, Florida 33830-9000. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal representative and the
personal representatives' attorney are set forth
below..
All creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against dece-
dents estate on whom a copy of this notice has
been served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must file their claims
with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this notice
is February 19, 2007.
Personal Representative
EDITH ELIZABETH DAVIS
1960 Pine Grove Road
Mulberry, Florida 33860
Attorney for Personal Representative
KIMBERLY ANNE HUMPHREY
Attorney for Raymond Lee Davis
Florida Bar No. 0008745
Caradome & Associates, P.A.
15438 N. Florida Avenue, Suite 102
Tampa, Florida 33613 '
Telephone: (813) 264-7377
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0528


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CAMELOT HOLDINGS, LP, a Delaware lim-
ited partnership
Plaintiff,
v.
MICC GROUP, INC., Florida Company
d/b/a MICC Group; LLC a Florida limited li-
ability company; MICC DEVELOPMENT LLC,
a Florida limited liability Company; ALEX
RIOS, individually; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
ALEX RIOS; TENANT #1; TENANT #2; AND
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM-
'ING BY, THROUGH, AND UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN-NAMED DEFEN-
DANTS WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,.DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS,
Defendants.
CASE NO.
53-2006CA-003988-0000-00
SECTION 08
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, AND UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN-NAMED DEFENDANTS WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS*
*Current Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following real property
in Polk County, Florida:
Lot 30, Block "E", MORNING-
SIDE PARK FIRST ADDITION,
according to the map or plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat
Book 43, Page 37, of the Pub-
lic Records of Polk County,
Florida
has been filed against you in the Circuit
Court of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in
and for Polk County, Florida, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses to it, if any, to:
GREGORY A. SANOBA, ESQUIRE
SANOBA & SANOBA, P.A.
114 East Edgewood Drive
Lakeland, Florida 33803-401 5
on or before March 23. 2007. and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise, a default
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and Seal of this Court
on February 14 2007
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of Circuit Court
By /s/ Xochitl Munoz
As Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0531


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE 10TH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC
PLAINTIFFS,
VS.
STEVEN HUFFMAN, II, et ux., et al.,
DEFENDANTS.
CASE NO.
53-2006-CA-4985-0000 SEC. 4
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Final Judgment Scheduling Fore-
closure Sale entered on January 29, 2007,
in this case now pending in said Court, the
'style of which is indicated above.
I will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the POLK COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
Jury Lounge, Second floor, 255 North Broad-
way Avenue, Bartow, Florida, at 9:00 A.M.,
on the nod day of March. 2007, the fol-
lowing described property as set forth in
said Order or Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 21, HOLIDAY HEIGHTS,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 40, PAGE 18, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF POLK COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
a/k/a: 1006 NORMA AVE.,
HAINES CITY, FL 33844
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.
If you are a person'with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-


trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
ORDERED at POLK County Florida, this
31s day of JAnuaiyaS1 Z.
RICHARD M. WELSS
As Clerk, Circuit Court
POLK, Florida
By: /s/ Mary Thomas
As Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0505


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE: THE MATTER OF THE TERMINA-
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS:
DAVID MICHAEL STACEY
Minor Child.
DOB: 06-05-2002

AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION TO
TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS
CASE NO.: 53-2005-DR-004544
SECTION: 05
TO: REBECCA MARIE STACEY
UNKNOWN ADDRESS
ANY UNKNOWN FATHERS
UNKNOWN ADDRESS
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has
been filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if any,
to it on William C. Hamm, Jr., Esquire, Post Of-
fice Box 35, Lakeland, Florida 33801, on or be-
fore March 13 2007 and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either before service on
the Petitioner's attorney or immediately there-
after.
If you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against, you for
the relief demanded in the Peti-
tion.
Copies of all court documents-
in this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court's office. You may re-
view these documents upon re-
quests.
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of
your current address. (You may
file Notice of Current Address,
Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit will be
mailed to the address on record
at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic dis-
closure of documents and infor-
mation. Failure to comply can re-
sult in sanctions, including dis-
missal or striking of pleadings.
Dated this 12th day of February, 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk ofithe Courts
BY: /s/ Stacey Bray
Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)
Feb. 19, 26, Mar. 5, 12, 2007-0516


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK MINNESOTA, N.A. AS
TRUSTEE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LEONA LANGHOR A/K/A LEONA M. LAN-
GOHR, et al.,
Defendant (s).
CASE NO.
53-2006CA-003538-0000-WH 07
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated January
4, 2007, and entered in CASE NO. 53-
2006CA-003538-0000-WH 07,.of the Circuit
Court of the TENTH Judicial Circuit in and for
POLK County, Florida, wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK MINNESOTA,.N.A. AS TRUS-
TEE is Plaintiff and LEONA LANGHOR A/K/A
LEONA M. LANGOHR, et al., are Defendants, I
will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash
in the Jury Lounge, Second Floor, Polk County
Courthouse; 255 North Broadway, Bartow,
Florida. Please note that the main entrance is
located on Church Street. No entry is possible
from Broadway Avenue, in Bartow, POLK
County, Florida, 9:00 AM o'clock on the Z7
day of March, 2007, the following described
property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to
wit:
LOT 21 AND 22 IN BLOCK 145 OF IN-
DIAN LAKES ESTATES, UNIT NO. 3, AS
SHOWN BY MAP OR PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED" IN THE OFFICE OF THE
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PLAT
BOOK 39 PAGE 18
a/k/a 907 Park Avenue, Indian Lake Es-
tates, Florida 33855.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale. if any. other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens must file a claim
within 60 davs after the sale.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change is necessary, the Clerk
will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directing the bidders to the temporary sale
location.
If you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
DATED this ,5th day of January 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
As Clerk of said Court
By /s/ Mary Thomas
As Deputy Clerk
(Seal)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0501



NOTICE OF CLAIM OF LIEN AND
PROPOSED SALE OF VEHICLE
To: GLADYS B. OR HERMAN A. FISHER
P.O. BOX 894
FORT'MEADE, FL 33841
LIENHOLDER
WACHOVIA BANK NA-RETAIL
P.O. BOX 500.100
ROANOKE, VA. 24022
NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF ANY OTHER
PERSONS, INCLUDING ANY OTHER LIEN-
HOLDERS, OR PERSONS LEAVING MOTOR
VEHICLE FOR REPAIR AND NOT THE
OWNER CLAIMING INTEREST IN VEHICLE:
GLADYS B. OR HERMAN A. FISHER
P.O. BOX 894
FORT MEADE, FL 33841
DESCRIPTION OF VEHICLE
2003 CHEVROLET
VIN#1GCJK33153F149672
LIENOR (REPAIR SHOP)
GREENWOOD CHEV-OLDS INC.
205 N. CHARLESTON AVE.
FORT MEADE, FL 33841
LOCATION OF VEHICLE
GREENWOOD CHEV-OLDS INC.


205 N. CHARLESTON AVE.
FORT MEADE, FL 33841
863-285-8131
EACH OF YOU IS HEREBY NOTIFIED
THAT THE ABOVE NAMED LIENOR
CLAIMS A LIEN PURSUANT TO
SECTION 713.585, FLORIDA
STATUTES, ON THE ABOVE DE-
SCRIBED MOTOR VEHICLE FOR RE-
PAIR AND STORAGE CHARGES AC-
CRUED IN THE AMOUNT OF
$ I 0,Q054. THESE STORAGE
CHARGES WILL CONTINUE TO AC-
CRUE AT THE RATE OF $ 20.00
PER DAY.
THE LIEN CLAIMED BY THE ABOVE
NAMED LIENOR IS SUBJECT TO


ENFORCEMENT PURSUANT TO
SECTION 713.585, FLORIDA
STATUTES, AND UNLESS SAID
MOTOR VEHICLE IS REDEEMED
FROM THE SAID LIENOR BY PAY-
MENT AS LIENOR BY PAYMENT AS
ALLOWED BY LAW, THE ABOVE
DESCRIBED MOTOR VEHICLE MAY
BE SOLD TO SATISFY THE LIEN. IF
THE MOTOR VEHICLE IS NOT RE-
DEEMED AND REMAINS UN-
CLAIMED OR CHARGES FOR REPAIR
AND STORAGE REMAIN UNPAID,
THE VEHICLE MAY BE SOLD AFTER
60 DAYS FREE OF ALL PRIOR
LIENS WHATSOEVER, UNLESS
OTHERWISE PROVIDED BY COURT
ORDER. THE ABOVE DESIGNATED
LIENOR PROPOSES TO SELL THE
MOTOR VEHICLE AS FOLLOWS.
PUBLIC AUCTION TO BE HELD AT GREEN-
WOOD CHEV-OLDS INC COMMENCING AT
10:00 A.M. ON THE 2Qth DAY OF March.
2007.
STATEMENT OF OWNERS RIGHTS
NOTICE THAT THE OWNER OF THE
MOTOR VEHICLE OR ANY PERSON
CLAIMING INTEREST IN OR LIEN
THEREON HAS A RIGHT TO A
HEARING AT ANY TIME PRIOR TO
THE SCHEDULED DATE OF SALE
BY FILING A DEMAND FOR A
HEARING WITH THE CLERK OF THE
COURT 'IN THE COUNTY IN WHICH'
THE MOTOR VEHICLE IS HELD BY
THE LIENOR AND BY MAILING
COPIES OF THE DEMAND FOR
HEARING TO ALL OTHER OWNERS
AND LIENORS AS REFLECTED IN-
THE NOTICE.
NOTICE THAT THE OWNER OF THE
MOTOR VEHICLE HAS A RIGHT TO
RECOVER POSSESSION OF THE
MOTOR VEHICLE WITHOUT INSTI-
TUTING JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS
BY POSTING A BOND IN ACCOR-
DANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF
FLORIDA STATUTE 559.917.
NOTICE THAT ANY PROCEEDS
FROM THE SALE OF THE MOTOR
VEHICLE REMAINING AFTER PAY-
MENT OF THE AMOUNT CLAIMED
TO BE DUE. AND OWING TO THE
LIENOR WILL BE DEPOSITED WITH
THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR DISPOSITION UPON
COURT ORDER PURSUANT TO SUB-
SECTION [6] OF FLORIDA STAT-
UTE 713.585.
NOTE; THE 60 DAY TIME FRAME
THAT THE MOTOR VEHICLE MUST
BE HELD "DOES NOT INCLUDE THE
DAY THE WORK WAS COMPLETED
OR THE DAY OF SALE. THE 45
DAY NOTICE TO THE OWNER AND
LIENHOLDER DOES NOT INCLUDE
THE DAY THE NOTICE WAS
MAILED OR THE DATE OF SALE.
THE NEWSPAPER AD MUST BE
PLACED 15 DAYS PRIOR TO THE
SCHEDULED DATE OF SALE, BUT
THE 15 DAYS DO NOT INCLUDE
THE DATE NOTICE WAS PLACED
IN THE NEWSPAPER OR THE DATE
OF SALE.
Feb. 19, 2007-0521



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
DAVID L. PATRICK and BARBARA PATRICK,
Plaintiff
vs.
ALEX RIOS, __ RIOS, the Unknown
Spouse of ALEX RIOS, JOHN DOE and
MARY DOE, et al.
Defendants)
CASE NO.:
2007-CA-00005411
NOTICEOF.ACTION
TO: __ RIOS,
The unknown spouse, if any, of Alex Rios
JOHN DOE,
The unknown Tenant, if any, of Alex Rios
MARY DOE,
The Unknown Tenant, if any of Alex Rios
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following property in
POLK County, Florida:
The S 1/2 of the S 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of the
SE-1/4 of the NW 1/4; and the S 1/2 of the
N 1/2 of the S 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of the SE
1/4 of the NW 1/4 and the N 1/2 of the N
1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of the NW
1/4 and the E 3/4 of the S 1/2 of the N 1/2
of the S 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of
the NW 1/4 and the E 3/4 of the S 1/2 of
the S 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of
the NW 1/4 in the N 1/2 of the N 1/2 of the
N 1/2 of the S 1/2 of the S 1/4 of the NW
1/4 and the S 1/2 of the N 1/2 of the N 1/2
of the S 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4
Less and Except the West 1066.33', there-
fore; all lying in Section 34, T30 S, R28E,
in Polk County, Florida; Subject to county
maintained road right-of-way for North
Lake Patrick Drive.
has been filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses to it on Robert H. Schultz, Esquire,
the Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is
3911 Golf Park Loop, Suite #102, Braden-
ton, Florida 34203, on or before March 23
200Z and file the original with the clerk of
this court either before service on the
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereaf-
ter, otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
DATED this 14th day of February 2007.
Clerk of the Court
by /s/ Xochitl Munoz
As Deputy Clerk
(SEAL)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0533



ADVERTISEMENT OF SALE OR
DISPOSITION
Notice of hereby given that Budget .Mini Stor-
age intends to sell or otherwise dispose of per-
sonal property described below to enforce a
lien imposed on said property under the Flor-
ida Self Storage Facility Act (Section 83.806).
The owner will sell at public sale on the 8th
day of March, 2007, at 9:30 am at 1925
George Jenkins Blvd., Lakeland, FL 33815.
Items to be sold or disposed of are household
goods, furniture and misc. boxes unless other
wise stated.
A39 DAVID HANEY
C47 JOHN SHARP
C50JOHN SHARP
D13 PAULA BORDER
D18 ERIC PHELPS
Sale or disposition subject to cancellation in
the event of settlement. Should it be impossi-
ble to dispose or otherwise dispose of these
goods on the specific day, the sale, or disposi-
tion will be held at a later such date,
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0526


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
S.T.A.R.S. TOWING gives Notice of Foreclo-
sure of Lien and intent to sell vehicles
pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes that on 03/09/2007,
'9:30 am at 2935 US HIGHWAY 17 S, BAR-
TOW, FL 33830-8982. S.T.A.R.S. TOWING
reserves the right to accept or reject any
and/or all bids,
2000 LEXUS
VIN# JT8BF28G8Y5077359
Feb. 19, 2007-0510










10 The Polk County Democrat February 19, 2007


Public Notices


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 10TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION, AS TRUSTEE FOR SOUNDVIEW
HOME EQUITY LOAN TRUST 2001-1,
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
JIMMY MORAN, ET AL,
DEFENDANTSS.
CASE NO:
2007CA-000118
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: JIMMY MORAN
whose residence is unknown if he/she/
they be living; and if he/she/they be dead,
the unknown defendants who may be
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, assign-
ees, lienors, creditors, trustees, and all
parties claiming an interest by, through,
under or against the Defendants, who are.
not known to be dead or alive, and all par-
ties having or claimant to have any right,
title or interest in the property described
in the mortgage being foreclosed herein.'
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on the following
property:
LOT 48, FLAMINGO HEIGHTS,
ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR
PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 37, PAGE 37,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS ,OF
POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against the corporation and
the corporation is required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to it on
DAVID J. STERN, ESQ. Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 801 S University Drive,
#500, Plantation, FL 33324 on or before
March 23. 2007 (no later than 30 days
from the date of the first publication of
this notice of action) and file the original
with the clerk of this court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition filed
herein.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court at POLK County, Florida, this 14th
day of February 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY: /s/ Xochitl Munoz
DEPUTY CLERK
(Seal)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0532


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 10TH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CITICORP TRUST BANK, FSB,
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
JASON E. SINKLER, ET AL,
DEFENDANTSS.
CASE NO:
2006-CA-004941
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JASON E. SIN-
KLER
whose residence is unknown if he/she/
they be living; and if he/she/they be dead,
the unknown defendants who may be
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, assign-
ees, lienors, creditors, trustees, and all
parties claiming an interest by, through,
under or against the Defendants, who are
not known to be dead or alive, and all par-
ties having or claimant to have any right,
title or interest in the property described
in the mortgage being foreclosed herein.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
cto foreclose a mortgage on the following
property:
ALL THAT CERTAIN PARCEL OF
LAND IN POLK COUNTY, STATE
OF FLORIDA, AS MORE FULLY
DESCRIBED IN OR BOOK
04803, PAGE 0751, ID#
252825354100012240, BEING
KNOWN AND DESIGNATED AS
LOT 24, JAN PHYL VILLAGE,
UNIT 10, FILED IN PLAT BOOK
45, PAGE 38.
BY FEE SIMPLE DEED FROM
MARIAN E. HERSHEHEY AND
CHARLES R. COLLINS, HER
HUSBAND AS SET EORTH IN OR
BOOK 04803, PAGE 0751
DATED 09/17/2001 AND RE-
CORDED 09/19/2001, RERE-
CORDED ON 10/5/2001 IN OR
BOOK 04816, -PAGE 1746
POLK COUNTY, RECORDS,
STATE OF FLORIDA.
has been filed against the corporation and
the corporation is required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to it on
DAVID J. STERN, ESQ. Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 801 S University Drive,
#500, Plantation, FL 33324 on or before
March 23 2007 (no later than 30 days
from the date of the first publication of
this notice of action) and file the original
with the clerk of this court either before
'service on Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition filed
herein.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court at POLK County, Florida, this 13th
day of February. 2007.
RICHARD M. WEISS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY: /s/ Mary Murphy
DEPUTY CLERK
(Seal)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0520



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
10TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COM-
PANY, AS TRUSTEE OF ARGENT MORT-
GAGE SECURITIES, *INC. ASSET BACKED
PASS THOUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES
2006-W4 UNDER THE POOLING AND SERV-
ICING AGREEMENT DATED AS OF APRIL 1,
2006, WITHOUT RECOURSE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RAFAEL ALVARADO, et al.,
Defendants.
CASE NO.:
53-2006CA-003306-0000-SEC 08
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 21st
day of December. 2006, and entered in Case
No. 53-2006CA-003306-0000-SEC 08, of the
Circuit Court of the 10th Judicial Circuit in and
for Polk County, Florida, wherein DEUTSCHE
BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEE OF ARGENT MORTGAGE SECU-
RITIES, INC. ASSET BACKED PASS


THOUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-W4
UNDER THE POOLING AND SERVICING
AGREEMENT DATED AS OF APRIL 1, 2006,
WITHOUT RECOURSE is the Plaintiff and RA-
FAEL ALVARADO; TERRANOVA HOME-
OWNERS ASSOCIATION OF. POLK
COUNTY, INC.; AMY ALVARADO; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS)
IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROP-
ERTY are defendants. I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the Jury Lounge
Second Floor, Polk County Courthouse, 255
North Broadway Avenue, Bartow, Florida (En-
try on Church Street), at the Polk County


Courthouse, in BARTOW, Florida, at 9:00 a.m.
n the 7th day of March, 2007, the following
ascribed property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit:
LOT 173, TERRANOVA II, AC-
CORDING. TO THE MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 119, PAGE 42,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST
IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF
ANY, OTHER THAN,THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN
60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change is necessary, the Clerk
will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directirg the bidders to the temporary sale
location.
If you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, yfu tre entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance:
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
Dated this 22nd day of December 2006.
Richard M Weiss
As Clerk of The Circuit Court
By /s/ Mary Thomas
I Deputy Clerk
(SEAL)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0504
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
10TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION,
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORP., Ill,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DANIEL J. MCKINNEY A/K/A DANIEL MCKIN-
NEY, et al.,
Defendants.
CASE NO.:
2006CA-004511 07
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 2nd
day of February. 2007, and entered in Case
No. 2006CA-004511 07, of the Circuit Court of
the 10th Judicial Circuit in and for Polk County,
Florida, wherein HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
CORP., III is the Plaintiff and DANIEL J.
MCKINNEY A/K/A DANIEL MCKINNEY;
BENEFICIAL FLORIDA, INC.; CITIFINAN-
CIAL, INC.; SANDRA L. MCKINNEY A/K/A
SANDRA MCKINNEY; JOHN DOE; JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN' POS-
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are
defendants. I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the Jury Lounge Second
Floor, Polk County Courthouse, 255 North
Broadway Avenue, Bartow, Florida (Entry on
Church Street), at the Polk County Court-
house, in BARTOW, Florida, at 9:00 a.m. on
the 9th day of March, 2007, the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said Final Judg-
ment, to wit:
LOT 103, RANCHLAND ACRES
ADDITION, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 81, PAGE 32, OF
THE CURRENT PUBLIC RECORDS
OF POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH 2004 MERT
MOBILE HOME VIN#
FLHMBC114349897A, TITLE
NUMBERS 91832945 AND VIN#
FLHMBC114349897B, TITLE
NUMBER 91833054
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST
IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF
ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN
60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
.tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change is necessary, the Clerk
will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directing the bidders to the temporary sale
location.
If you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
Dated this 5th day of February 2007.
Richard M Weiss
As Clerk of The Circuit Court *
By /s/ Mary Thomas
Deputy Clerk
(SEAL)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0513

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
FEDERAL TRUST BANK,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
ANDREW W. PRIDHAM, ET AL,
Defendant.
Case Number:
2006CA-4646
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a fi-
nal judgment entered in the above entitled
cause in the Circuit Court of Polk County, Flor-
ida, I will sell the property situate in Polk
County, Florida, described as:
CONDOMINIUM UNIT NO. 10202, BA-
HAMA BAY, A CONDOMINIUM, PHASE
10, ACCORDING TO THE DECLARA-
TION OF CONDOMINIUM RECORDED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 5169, PAGE
1306, AND ANY AMENDMENTS FILED
THERETO, PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK
.COUNTY, FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH.
AN UNDIVIDED INTERESTS IN AND TO
THE COMMON ELEMENTS AND ANY
AND ALL APPURTENANCES THEREOF.
at public sale, to the highest and best bid-
der for cash, at the Jury Lounge, Second
Floor, Polk County Courthouse, 255 North
Broadway, Polk County in Bartow, Florida,
at 9:00 A.M. on the 28th day of February.
All sales are to be held at the east end of the
Seat corridor, first floor, of the Polk County
Courthouse located at 255 North Broadway
Avenue, Bartow, Florida. Please note that the
main entrance is located on Church Street. No
entry is possible from Broadway Avenue. In
the event any temporary change is necessary,
the Clerk will post a "Notice of Change" at the
sale location directing the bidders to the tem-


porary sale location.
If you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
RICHARD M. WEISS
Clerk of Circuit Courts
By /s/ Mary Thomas
Deputy Clerk
(Court Seal)
Feb. 12, 19, 2007-0425


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
10TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
TRUSTEE FOR JPMAC 2006-WMC3 JPMOR-
GAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION,

Plaintiff,
vs.
JORGE MERCADO, et al.,
Defendants.
CASE NO.:
2006CA-4690 SEC 11
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 31st
day of January, 2007, and entered in Case No.
2006CA-4690 SEC 11, of the Circuit Court of
the 10th Judicial Circuit in and for Polk County,
Florida, wherein U.S. BANK NATIONAL AS-
SOCIATION, TRUSTEE FOR JPMAC 2006-
WMC3 JPMORGAN CHASE. BANK, NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIATION is the Plaintiff and
JORGE MERCADO; MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INCOR-
PORATED, AS NOMINEE FOR WMC MORT-
GAGE CORP.; GLADYS D. MERCADO A/K/A
GLADYS MERCADO; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN POSSESSION
OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are defen-
dants. I will sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash at the Jury Lounge Second Floor, Polk
County Courthouse, 255 North Broadway Ave-
nue, Bartow, Florida (Entry on Church Street),'
at the Polk County Courthouse, in BARTOW,
Florida, at 9:00 a.m. on the Zth day of March,
2007, the following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 25, HARDENOAK, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 66, PAGE 14, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST
IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF
ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
SPENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN
60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street. No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change is necessary, the Clerk
will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directing the bidders to the temporary sale
location.
Ilf you are a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
Dated this 1st day of February. 2007.
Richard M Weiss
As Clerk of The Circuit Court
By /s/ Mary Thomas
Deputy Clerk
(SEAL)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0509


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COM-
PANY, AS TRUSTEE OF AMERIQUEST MORT-
GAGE SECURITIES, INC. ASSET BACKED
PASS THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES
2006-X2 UNDER THE POOLING AND SERV-
ICING AGREEMENT DATED AS OF AUGUST
1, 2006, WITHOUT RECOURSE,
Plaintiff
vs.
ANDRADE B. SMITH, et al.
Defendant(s)
CASE NO.:
2007-CA-000054 11
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ANDRADE B. SMITH, UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF ANDRADE B. SMITH, AND, IF A
NAMED DEFENDANT IS DECEASED, THE
SURVIVING SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, CREDITORS, AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST THAT DEFENDANT, AND THE
SEVERAL AND RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
ASSIGNS, SUCCESSORS IN INTEREST,
TRUSTEES OR OTHER PERSONS CLAIM-
ING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
ANY CORPORATION OR OTHER LEGAL EN-
TITY NAMED AS A DEFENDANT, AND ALL
CLAIMANTS, PERSONS OR PARTIES,
NATURAL OR CORPORATE, OR WHOSE
EXACT LEGAL STATUS IS UNKNOWN,
CLAIMING UNDER ANY OF THE ABOVE
NAMED OR DESCRIBED DEFENDANTS
LAST KNOWN RESIDENCE IS:
ANDRADE B. SMITH .
2145 Edwin Street NE
Winter Haven, FL 33885
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ANDRADE B.
SMITH
2145 Edwin Street NE
Winter Haven, FL 33885
PRESENT RESIDENCE IS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following property in
POLK County, Florida:
The North 4 feet of Lot 135 and 48 feet of
Lot 136, EULA VISTA SUBDIVISION,
UNIT#2, Winterhaven, as recorded in Plat
Book 68, Page 4, of the Public Records of
Polk County, Florida.
has been filed against you. You are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses with the clerk of the court and serve
a copy within thirty 30 days after the first
publication on or before March 22 2007 of.
this notice on Plaintiff's attorney, William
M. Golson & Associates, 1230 South Myr-
tle Avenue, Suite 105, Clearwater, FL
33756-3455, otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on this 16th day of February 2007.
Clerk of the Court
by /s/Teresa Nelson
As Deputy Clerk
(SEAL)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0534



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE.
10TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COM-
PANY F/K/A BANKERS TRUST COMPANY
OF CALIFORNIA, N.A., AS CUSTODIAN OR
TRUSTEE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JONAS HENDERSON, JR., et al.,
Defendants.
CASE NO.:
2006CA-004208 DIV 08


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the 2nd
day of February, 2007, and entered in Case
No. 53-2006CA-004208 08, of the Circuit
Court of the 10th Judicial Circuit in and for Polk
County, Florida, wherein DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY F/K/A BANK-
ERS TRUST COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA,
N.A., AS CUSTODIAN OR TRUSTEE is the
Plaintiff and JONAS HENDERSON, JR.;
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION 111;
MEADOWS PROPERTIES, INC.; DAVID L.
MARSH; SHARON DELORSE HENDERSON;


UF Researchers Learn About


The Brain From Sea Slugs


Scientists analyzing the ge-
nomics of a marine snail have
gotten an unprecedented look at
brain mechanisms, discovering
that the neural processes in even
a simple sea creature are far
from sluggish.
At any given time within just
a single brain cell of sea slug
known as Aplysia, more than
10,000 genes are active, accord-
ing to scientists writing in an
edition of the journal "Cell."
The findings suggest that' acts
of learning or the progression of
brain disorders do not take place
in isolation large clusters of
genes within an untold amount
of cells contribute to major neu-
ral events.
"For the first time we provide
a genpmic dissection of the mem-
ory-forming network," said Leo-
nid Moroz, a professor of neuro-
science and zoology at the Uni-
versity of Florida Whitney Labo-
ratory for Marine Bioscience.
"We took advantage of this pow-
erful model of neurobiology and
identified thousands of genes op-
erating within a single neuron.
Just during any simple event re-
lated to memory formation, we
expect differences in gene ex-
pression for at least 200 to 400
genes."
Researchers studied gene ex-
pression in association with spe-
cific networks controlling feeding
or defensive reflexes in the sea
slug.
To their surprise, they identi-
fied more than 100 genes similar
to those associated with all ma-
jor human neurological diseases
and more than 600 genes con-
trolling development, confirming
that molecular and genomic
events underlying key neuronal
functions were developed in
early animal ancestors and re-
mained practically unchanged
for more than 530 million years
of independent evolution in the
lineages leading to men or sea
slugs.
Moroz and his collaborators
uncovered new information that
suggest that gene loss in the evo-
lution of the nervous system is


as important as gene gain in
terms of adaptive strategies.
They believe that a common an-
cestor of animals had a complex
genome and different genes con-
trolling brain or immune func-
tions were lost independently in
different lineages of animals, in-
cluding humans.
Until now, scientists have
been largely in the dark about
how genes control the generation
of specific brain circuitry and
how genes modify that circuitry
to enable learning and memory.
For that matter, little is known
about the genes that distinguish
one neuron from the next, even
though they may function quite
differently.
Molecular analyses of Aplysia
neuronal genes are shedding
light on these elusive processes.
In 2000, senior author Dr. Eric
Kandel, of Columbia University
in New York shared the Nobel
Prize in Physiology or Medicine
for his work using Aplysia as a
model of how memories are
formed in the human brain.
Despite its simple nervous
system Aplysia has about
10,000 large neurons that can be
easily identified, compared with
about one hundred billion neu-
rons in humans the animal is
capable of learning and its brain
cells communicate in many ways
identical to human neural com-
munication.
In the new findings, scientists
identified more than 175,000
gene tags useful for understand-
ing brain functions, increasing
by more than 100 times the
amount of genomic information
available for study, according to
Moroz and 22 other researchers
from UF and Columbia Univer-
sity.
More than half of the genes
have clear counterparts in hu-
mans and can be linked to a de-
fined neuronal circuitry, includ-
ing a simple memory-forming
network.
"In the-human brain there are
a hundred billion neurons, each
expressing at least 18,000 genes,
and the level of expression of


each gene is different," said -
Moroz, who is affiliated with
UF's Evelyn F. and William L.
McKnight Brain Institute and:
the UF Genetics Institute. "Un-: -
derstanding individual genes or
proteins is important, but this is.
a sort of molecular alphabet.,
This helps us learn the molecu-
lar grammar, or a set of rules
that can control orchestrated ac-i
tivity of multiple genes in spe- -
cific neurons. If we are going to
understand memory or 'neuro-",:
logical disease at the cellular .:,,
level, we need to understand the
rules."
Scientists also analyzed 146
human genes implicated in 168 -
neurological disorders, including
Parkinson's and Alzheimer's dis- ..:
eases, and genes controlling ag-
ing and stem-cell differentiation. -
They found 104 counterpart '
genes in Aplysia, suggesting it .:-
will be a valuable tool for devel-
oping treatments for neurode-.;,
generative diseases.
"The authors have assembled ,
a tremendous amount of data on
gene transcripts associated with
neuronal signaling pathways in
Aplysia that sheds new light on
evolutionary relationships of this
very ancient and highly success-
ful marine animal," said Dr."
Dennis Steindler, executive di-""
rector of UF's McKnight Brain :..:
Institute, who did not partici- ..,
pate in the research. "A very im-
portant part of this study is the '.
discovery of novel genes not for-.'
merly associated with the mol-.-
lusk genome that include many .
associated with neurological dis- ,
orders." .I
The findings are especially
important for scientists using
mollusks in experimental sys-
tems, according to Dr. Edgar
Walters, a professor of integra-
tive biology and pharmacology at
the University of Texas Medical
School at Houston, who was not
involved in the research.
"Few animals other than
Aplysia allow scientists to relate
a molecular pathway directly to
the function of a cell, all in con-
text with an animal's behavior,"
Walters said. "In a mammal, it's
hard to identify and manipulate
a single cell and know what its
function is. With Aplysia, there
is direct access to whatever cell
you're interested in with jist a
micropipette. As a scientist who
wants to know which molecules
are present in Aplysia for experi-
mental manipulation, I am very
happy to see this paper come
out."

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Polk County Health Depart-
ment is offering information re-
garding the dangers associated
with carbon monoxide.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is an
odorless, colorless gas that can
cause sudden illness or death.
Carbon monoxide poisoning is
preventable if proper safety pre-
cautions are taken.
"It is important that persons
maintain and properly adjust
fuel burning equipment," Wesley
Nall, Health Physicist of the
Polk County Health Depart-
ment. "There are simple steps
that people can take to protect
themselves and their loved ones
from carbon monoxide."
To prevent carbon monoxide
poisoning, the Polk County
Health Department recommends
the following:
Do not burn charcoal or gas
grills inside a house, garage, ve-
hicle, tent or fireplace.
Ensure that all household
fuel burning appliances (fire-
places, stoves, water heaters,
and furnaces) are properly ad-
justed and working to manufac-



JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY are defendants. I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the Jury
Lounge Second Floor, Polk County Court-
house, 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bartow,
Florida (Entry on Church Street), at the Polk
County Courthouse, in BARTOW, Florida, at
9:00 a.m. on the 7th day of March, 2007, the
following described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 6 IN BLOCK 17, OF TOWN
OF LAKE WALES, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGE 88, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST
IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF
ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN
60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
All sales are to be held at the Jury Lounge,
Second floor, of the Polk County Courthouse
located at 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bar-
tow, Florida. Please note that the main en-
trance is located on Church Street: No entry is
possible from Broadway Avenue. In the event
any temporary change is necessary, the Clerk
will post a "Notice of Change" at the sale loca-
tion directing the bidders to the temporary sale
location.
If youae a person with disabilities who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Office of the Court Adminis-
trator, (863) 534-4690, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-
7,777 or Florida Relay Services 711.
Dated this 27th day of Dec.tmber,_20.0.
Richard M Weiss
As Clerk of The Circuit Court
By ZsLjZarylTomas
Deputy Clerk
(SEAL)
Feb. 19, 26, 2007-0503


turers instructions and local
building codes.
Make sure exhaust from
stoves and heaters is vented to
the outside and that exhaust
systems do not leak.
Consider installing CO
alarms in your home in addition
to proper use and placement of
fuel burning appliances. The de-
tector's batteries should be
checked twice annually, at the
same time smoke detector bat-
teries are checked.
Never use a gas range or
oven to heat a home.
Do not idle a car, truck or
motorcycle inside a garage.
Never run a generator or
any gasoline-powered engine (i.e.
car, pressure washer, or lawn
mower) inside a garage, home, or
other enclosed structure, even if
the doors and windows are open.
Never run a generator or
any gasoline-powered engine (i.e.
car, pressure washer, or lawn
mower) outside an open window
or door where exhaust can vent
into the enclosed area.
For additional information
about Carbon Monoxide contact
the Polk County Health Depart-
ment Environmental Health Di-
Svision at 519-8330 or visit
http://www.bt.cdc.gov/disasters/
cofacts.asp.


Health Department

Warns Of CO Poisoning


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Call 533-6651.

NEW BUSINESS opening soon. Needed
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PART-TIME BARN help needed. 8 a.m.-
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PART/TIME MEDICAL assistant and
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533-4183.
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breeze ways, etc. Apply in person. 1410
Wilson, 10:00-2:00. Drug Free Work-
place. EEOC.


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Lake Access Bargain 1+ Acres,$34,900 with FREE Boat
Slips! RARE opportunity to own land on spectacular
160,000 ace rrecational lake! Matureoak & hickory, park-
like setting with lake access. Paved rd, underground
utilities. Excellent financing. Prime waterfronts available.
Call now (800)704-3154, X 916.

LARGE TROUT STREAM 17 ACRES- $199,900-
STATE ROAD FRONTAGE A very RARE land offering
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financing available. Call now, new to market. (877)777-
4837.

Mid Winter Sale! GolfHomesites Just $89,900. MAKE
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NEW PRICE! 10+ AC- $299,000! UPSCALE Equestrian
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Owner Says Sell! 36+ AC- $197,000 50% BELOW
Recent Cert. Appraisal Nicely wooded acreage in private,
secluded setting. Mature oaks & pines, abundant wildlife,
gated community. Registered survey, power & phone.
Excellent financing. Must see! Call owner now (866)352-
2249 x. 1179.

RARE! NATIONAL FOREST FRONTAGE & TRO-
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VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS Log cabin shell on 2 private
acres near very wide trout stream in the Galax area and New
River State Park, $139,500 owner (866)789-8535.

WATERFRONT BARGAINS! 1 TO 7 acre waterfronts,
in Alabama from $49,900- Boat to Gulf of Mexico!
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hunting. Nextto stateparks. County road frontage, utilities,
county water. Excellent financing. Must see. Call now
(800)564-5092 X 527.

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APARTMENT
FOR RENT



ASHLEY GLEN APARTMENTS

IS NOW LEASING

INOUIRE ABOUT 1 MONTH FREE RENT
1 bedroom, 770 sq. ft. $650 per month plus deposit.
2 bedroom, 1,035 sq. ft. $750 per month plus deposit.
Pool and community room on property.
534-3034


PUBLIC NOTICE
The Housing Authority of Bartow will be
accepting applications for 2 & 3 bedroom
apartments beginning on Monday, Feb-
ruary 26, 2007.
Applications will be accepted Monday-
Friday between the hours of 10:00 a.m.
and 2:00 p.m. until 75 applications are
received for each bedroom size as speci-
fied.
Please bring Birth Certificates & Social
Security cards for each household mem-
ber, proof of all income & picture ID for
all adult household members.
Incomplete applications will not be ac-
cepted, all information must be provided
when application is turned in.
UNFURNISHED 1 bedroom apartment,
air conditioning, large kitchen. Conners-
ville area. Deposit $500, $140 weekly
utilities included. 533-3237.

FOR SALE


2 Air boat Hull's with metal works $150.
00 OBO. Call 533-8019.

2 KICKER 12's in box dual voice coil
CVR's and 800 watt amp. For sale to-
gether or separate $225. 863-712--0277
57 INCH HD TV big screen $1,200. 863-
440-1135.
BRAND NEW lawn mower, weed eater
and edger, less than 6 hours on all.
$450.00.'Call 324-6545.
FOR SALE-ANTIQUE mahogany chair-
table with small storage area. Expands
to 36 inches. Good condition. $150.00.
533-1732.


FOR SALE-ANTIQUE oak gate-leg table
with two drawers. Expands to 60 inches.
Excellent condition. $350. 533-1732.
SCRAP BOOKING former Creative
Memories consultant needs to clean out
large inventory. All products 50% off.
Please call 533-7448.

PRODUCE
FOR SALE
KAE J Hydro-Farms 1081 CR 640 East
of Homeland. Fresh strawberries and
produce u pick no bending, no kneeling.
863-519-9677.




Public


Notices

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CHITRAM SEWNARINE,
Plaintiff,
vs
GEORGE W. CARNLEY and PATRI-
CIA ANN CARNELY, JOHN DOE and
MARY DOE, AS UNKNOWN TENANT
IN POSSESSION,
Defendants.
CASE NUMBER:
53-2007CA-00139-0000-WH
SECTION NUMBER: 11
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:GEORGE W. CARNLEY
124 HAWK SPRINGS DRIVE
MCCLOUD, OKLAHOMA 74851
PATRICIA ANN CARNLEY
124 HAWK SPRINGS DRIVE
MCCLOUD, OKLAHOMA 74851
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Com-
plaint has been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on STEPHEN F. BAKER,
ESQ., Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is
800 First Street S., Winter Haven, FL 33880,
on or before the 28th day of March. 2006.
and file the original with the Clerk of this Court,
either before service on Plaintiff's attorney, or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief demanded
in the Petition.
The Plaintiff is seeking to quiet title on real
property described as follows:.
The West 108 feet of the East 642 feet of
the South 165 feet of the North 1/2 of the
SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Sec-
tion 23, Township 28 South, Range 27 East,
Polk County, Florida, LESS AND EXCEPT
the North 25 feet for public road, also
known as Lots 15A, .16A, and 17A of Hill-
side Acres.
If you are a person with disabilities who
needs any accommodation in order to par-
ticipate In this proceeding, you are entitled
at no cost to you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact the Office of the
Court Administrator, (863) 534-4690, within
two (2) working days of your receipt of this
notice; If you are hearing or voice impaired,
call TDD (863) 534-7777 or Florida Relay
Services 711.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on this 14th day of February.200Z.
RICHARD M. WEISS,
As Clerk of Said Court
BY: /s/ Betty Norrell
As Deputy Clerk
(COURT SEAL)
Feb. 19, 26, Mar. 5, 12, 2007-0529


2 BEDROOM, 1 bedroom, 1 bath, CHA.
Northside Apartments, 719 Wanamaker
Avenue, Fort Meade. Contact Sheila
863-375-9988 or 863-285-7203.

2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, central heat and
air. Please call 863-285-7409 for more
information.

COUNTRY LIVING, single story apart-
ment available. Studio $455, 1 bedroom
$520. Hurry-only a few left. Call 863-
534-3243. Bearcreek Apartments.
EFFICIENCY ROOM furnished, attrac-
tive, quiet, private room, refrigerator, car-
pet, private tile shower bath, A/C, cable,
utilities furnished, $500. Lightsey area.
533-6459.
LARGE 1 bedroom, AC, stove, refrigera-
tor. Good location. No pets. References.
Suitable for adults. 533-4088.

HOUSE
FOR RENT
BARTOW, 530 Lucile Street. 3 bedroom,
1 bath, central heat/air, separate utility
room, eat-in kitchen, dining room, living
room, ceiling fans, single car carport,
fenced yard, covered patio, large shed,
new carpet NO PETS. $825 plus deposit.
Call Owner (863)644-0756.


RECENTLY REMODELED three bed-
room, two bath home. New tile through-
'out. In Bartow: $1,000 rent, $1,000 se-
curity. Call for details, (863)581-0416.


SOUTH LAKELAND, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
Den, central h/a, new carpet and ceramic
tile, kitchen has stove, refrigerator and
dishwasher, blinds, utility room with.
washer/dryer hookups newly painted in-
side and out, fenced yard.. NO PETS.
S$995 plus deposit. Call Owner 863-644-
0756..

HOUSE
FOR SALE
BUY OR rent to own. 955 East Tee Cir-
cle. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, w/carport/ porch.
Freshly remodeled. Fenced. 5K down-
payment. $124,900. 407-361-0858.

CHARMING 3 bedroom, 2 bath home,

situated on a beautiful comer lot in Bar-
tow. 1573 sq-foot living area. Priced at
$164,900. Motivated sellers. Bring all of-
fers. Contact Sean Paul, Realtor with Ex-
it Realty the Heart of Florida 863-412-
5305.
TOP NOTCH REALTY
Website www.topnotchrealty.org

DUPLEX
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED BARTOW: N. Oak Ave-
nue. 2 bedroom, one bath, central H/R.
separate utility room, carpet, blinds, ap-
pliances. $600 month. CALL T. R.
TUCKER, INC. (863) 665-6846.

UNFURNISHED HIGHLAND CITY.
SOUTH LAKELAND
2 bedroom, 1 bath, central H/A, carpet,
blinds, washer/dryer hookups, $625
month. CALL T. R. TUCKER, INC. (863)
665-6846.

MOBILE HOME
FOR SALE
1993 14 x 66 Fleetwood Mobile Home, 2
bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, CHA, $11,500.
533-7444 or 386-760-6300. Must move
from lot.

ACREAGE
FORT MEADE- 5 acre home sites-4
available. Located just out side of town
on small private lake. $110,000 each.
Owner financing. Quality Realty & Ilnve:t-
ment. 863-533-0888.

VEHICLE
FOR SALE
1996 CHEVROLET Blazer. Nice rims
and new tires $3500 OBO. 863-440-
1135.

94 CHEVY 1500 extended cab, every-
thing works great. $5,500, OBO. 97
Chrysler Sebring convertible. Excellent
Condition, $6,500 OBO. 537-3018 leave
message.

1992 MERCURY Marquis LS. Four door,
looks good and runs good, $1000. Call
712-2010 day, 537-1844 after 6.

BOAT FOR SALE
81 CAJUN Bass boat 17'6", 115 Even-
rude, new trolling motor, $2,500. 291-
8017 or 738-2810.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Garry R. Swindal
02/20/58-06/11/05


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The Polk County Democrat February 19, 2007


Sports News


Lady Jackets Fall to Lady Eagles,

Prepare For Auburndale Bloodhounds


' Home of Jemalle Cornelius of the Florida Gators200 Nationa amiS1


By MARK KING
Sports Correspondent

For the Bartow High School
Lady Jackets' softball team, the
2007 season is all about' the
'Threes."
In three games this season,
the Bugs are 1 and 2 for a 0.333
winning percentage, the slowest
start to a softball season in mod-
ern BHS history.
In the two games lost, both at
their home field, Bartow has
been defeated by the total score
of 3 to 0.
That's right, folks the Lady
Jackets have yet to score a run
at home this season, much less
win a game for the home crowd.
And the threes continue.
In the last game played at
The Hive against the South Lake
Lady Eagles on Thursday night,
BHS had only three hits.
They came Qff the bats of
Gwen Jones, Brittany Rowlette,
and Kennah Orr.
Unfortunately, they all came
in three different innings, so no
damage was done to the Lady
Eagles.
The Lady Jackets committed
three Bug boo-boos in the game.
You know, this three thing is
getting scary.
Did I mention that "Spider-
Man 3" premieres on my 33rd
wedding anniversary? Well,
never mind.
Shaina Dent was the winning
pitcher for the Eagles, fanning a
dozen Yellow Jackets. For Bar-
tow, Candace Howell was the
losing pitcher, giving up four
base hits while striking out five
Birdies.
The Lady Bugs had their
chances, but were unable to


Fifteen members of the Lake-
land YMCA Flamingo Synchro-&
nized Swim Team brought home
plenty of high-placing ribbons af-
ter successfully competing dur-
ing the 2007 Florida Association
"Sync in the Swamp" Winter In-
vitational on Feb. 10-11.
Sync in the Swamp is held at
the University of Florida Aquatic
Center pool in the O'Connell
Center on the UF campus.
Flamingo swimmers Taylor
Freeman, Bethany Ferguson,
Meghan Glynn, Paige Gorrell,
Anneliese Jones, Abby Noonan,
Mallory MacDougall, Ciana
Miller, Alexis Richards, Aliana
Stitzel, Gretchen Spindler, Cor-
inne Townsend, Brianna Whit-
man, Kayleigh Whitman, all of
Lakeland, and Kendall Payne of
Winter Haven, enjoyed top fin-
ishes in their respective age
groups, intermediate, and novice
division events.
More than 140 athletes from
Tallahassee, Lakeland, Gaines-
ville, Flagler County, Orlando,
Largo, Tampa, Sarasota and
West Palm Beach competed in
the two-day meet.
Flamingo athletes received
the following awards in the year-
round age group division events
- Richards, fifth, 11-12 solo;
Freeman and Richards, third,
11-12 duet; Noonan and Kay-
leigh Whitman, third, 13-15
duet; Miller and Brianna Whit-
man, sixth, 13-15 duet; Spindler
and Stitzel, eighth, 13-15 duet;
Miller, Townsend and B.
Whitman, fourth, 13-15 trio; and
Noonan, Miller, Spindler, Stitzel,
Townsend, B. Whitman and K.
Whitman, third, 13-15 team.
Finalists in the compulsory
figures event were: Richards,
sixth, 11-12 age group; Noonan,
fifth and K. Whitman, seventh,
13-15 age group.
Flamingo swimmers placing
in finals in the intermediate di-
vision were: Glynn and Gorrell,
second, 13-15 duet; Ferguson
and Jones, seventh, 13-15 duet;
and Glynn, Freeman, Ferguson,
Gorrell and Jones, third, 13-15
team. Figure finalists were:
Glynn, fifth and Jones, seventh,
13-15 figures.
Flamingo swimmers placing
in the novice division were: Mac-
Dougall, second, 9-10 solo;
Payne, second, 11-12 solo; and
MacDougall and Payne, second,
11-12 duet. MacDougall also
placed third in 9-10 compulsory
figures.

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read the Democrat or Leader.


draw any blood. In the first in-
ning, Jones led off for the Jack-
ets with a one-bagger.
After stealing second base,
Jones was sacrificed over to
third base on a bunt from Ra-
chael Giddens.
Diana Thompson hit into a
fielder's choice that put two
Bugs on the bags. But Danielle
Mills hit the ball back to the Ea-
gles' pitcher who gunned down
Jones at the plate. The inning
ended still knotted at nada.
Then in the Lady Jacket half
of the fifth inning with one out,
Orr spanked a base hit past the
shortstop. She was sacrificed
over to second on a bunt by Tif-
fany Rowlette.
Jones reached first for the sec-
ond time, this time with a walk,
to give Bartow two runners on
the bags once more.
But an outstanding play by
the Eagles' defense shut down
the Jackets' threat. Rachael Gid-
dens popped a ball to shallow
left field that drew in both the
left fielder and the right fielder
and sent shortstop Amber Peder-
son scampering backwards.
All three (there's that number
again) met in the spot where the
ball almost hit the grass but
instead, it landed in the glove of
Pederson to retire the Jackets. It
was, without a doubt, the play of
the game.
With the Jackets on the ropes
and gasping for breath, the Ea-
gles went for the knockout
punch.
In the top of the sixth, Peder-
son led off for South Lake with a
base hit and stole second base.
Then, following two Eagle outs,
Jessica Anderson lined a shot
over the glove of the Jackets'


YMCA Synchro Indian Lakes Estates Hosts
Swimmers Do Memorial Golf Tourney
Well in Swamp Indian Lake Estates Golf and First place wins $400, second
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Country Club w uill host the
Jimmy Cordello Memorial Golf
Tournament at 10 a.m. on March
10.
The tournament will be
played in best ball scramble for-
mat separated into men's and
women's flights. It is open to the
public.
Cost is $50 per person, which
includes a golf cart. Indian
Lakes Estates members pay $30.
Players must build their own
team of four.


shortstop to score Pederson.
After Bartow went down qui-
etly in the bottom of the sixth,
the Eagles scored an unneces-
sary insurance run when Haley
Padgett lined a drive over the
centerfield fence in the top of the
seventh.
If you have ever seen Clark
Kent throw the baseball in "Su-
perman Returns," you get the
idea of what that homer looked
like. ,
In the bottom of the seventh,
Bartow was mowed down with
three strikeouts and the game
was history, although not the
type of history Coach Glenn Ru-
tenbar wanted from his team.
"We're a young team," Ruten-
bar said. "We have a lot of girls
who haven't been starters on the
Bartow field before."
. Given Bartow's recent domi-
nance in the state, this inexperi-
ence must have other teams lick-
ing their chops.
Like the Auburndale Blood-
hounds, for instance.
Auburndale was the only
team to swat down the high-fly-
ing Jackets last year, and to-
night the Jackets travel to the
Hound Pound to try to leash the
Mongrels in a make-up game
from last week.
Game time is 7 p.m. for the
varsity and 5 p.m. for the JV
team, who defeated their coun-
terparts from South Lake 7 to 5
Thursday night.
On Tuesday, the Ladies host
the Red Devils from Kathleen
High School. Then on Thursday
the Lake Wales Highlanders
come marching into town to try
to add to the Lady Jackets' woes.
Both games start at 7:30 p.m.,
with the JV starting at 5:30 p.m.


place wins o$300u, third place wins
$2010, and fourth place wins
$100.
A putting and chipping con-
test will also be held, and other
prizes will be available.
Barbecue dinner is included
in the ticket price; non-playing
guests may eat for $5.
Reservations are preferred.
All proceeds will benefit the golf
course.
For more information or to re-
serve a spot, call 692-1514.


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THIS PROUD BANNER hangs above U.S.
Highway 17 North in Fort Meade to commemo-


rate Jemalle Cornelius's achievements. (Staff
photo by Priscilla Perry)


Fort Meade Welcomes Florida

Gator Jemalle Cornelius Home


By PRISCILLA PERRY
Staff Writer

The Florida Gators went into
the 2006 NCAA playoff repre-
senting the Southeast Confer-
ence as the underdog against
Ohio State's threatening Buck-
eyes.
When the final score flashed
on the board, the Gators had
won the National Championship
41 to 14. The score reflected the
old adage: "You can't keep a good
man down."
While the team may have not
been expected to win by those
who did not know them, those of
us who knew one young man on
the team saw the possibility.
Throughout the years leading
up to the Gators taking this


prestigious award, one name
was heard over the loud speaker
time and time again, one name
rang familiar especially to the
Fort Meade fans who sat in the
bleachers or by the TV or radio:
Jemalle Cornelius.
Now his hometown wants to
let the world know how proud
they are of him. A banner is
stretched across Highway 17
North: "Home of Jemalle Corne-
lius of the -2006 Florida Gators
National Champs!" It says it all.
Cornelius, a 2002 graduate of
Fort Meade Middle Senior High
School, worked his way through
the ranks of Fort Meade's ath-
letic community and school pro-
grams. And it seems to have
paid off.
The Fergie Ferguson Award


was given to Cornelius at the an-
nual Florida Football Award
banquet this month. This award
is presented to the senior player
who displays outstanding leader-
ship, character, and courage. He
also received the Captain Award
for serving as team captain for
the entire season.
Throughout the Gators' sea-
son, Head Coach Urban Meyer
referred to Cornelius as the voice
of the team.
The greatest complement a
parent can receive is the honor-
able example their children pre-
sent before the world. Pastor P.
C. and Frenchie Cornelius share
with the residents of Fort Meade
and the collegiate sports world
the respect Jemalle has earned
in all of his endeavors.


Thunderbolts Fall in Season Opener


By BRANDON SPECK
Sports Correspondent

In Mississippi's season
opener, the offense propelled a
54-34 win.
Last week the defense shined,
forcing Montgomery into six
turnovers in a 57-27 victory.
Saturday night at Bancorp
South Arena, it was a combina-
tion of the two leading the Mud-
cats to 3-0. with a 46-36 win
against the Lakeland Thunder-
bolts (0-1) on Unicel Field.
For the third straight week, it
was the visitor striking first.
This week Lakeland quarterback
Aso Pogi took advantage of a
long opening kick return for a
sneak and a 6-0 lead.
"Coach (Teddy) Keaton had
his team ready to go," Missis-
sippi Head Coach Brian Brents
said. "It caught us off guard a lit-
tle on the kickoff return."
The Mudcats answered
quickly though, as quarterback
Tommy Jones found Josh Smith
for a 40-yard touchdown pass 65
seconds later to knot things at
six apiece.
"Our focus all week long was
to come out ready to go," Brents
said. "We definitely did that to-
night."
Jones' six touchdown passes,
four to Smith and two to Darryl
Carter, paced the Mudcat of-
fense. Pogi, though, was able to
throw four of his own, the fourth
one a four-yard pass to A.J. Ben-
nett to cut the Mississippi lead
to 32-30.
Pogi's two-point rushing at-
tempt failed, putting the hosts in
position to put it away.
Pogi finished with 162 yards


on 22-of-33 passes, four touch-
downs and three picks. Bennett
and Octavius Day caught two
touchdowns each.
"I saw some good things,"
Keaton said. "I've still got some
things we've got to wcrk on."
Smith, who finished with five
catches for 51 yards, caught his
fourth score with 10 minutes and
35 seconds to play, a three-yard
catch for a 39-30 lead after John
Michael Marlin's kick. The for-
mer Boise State Bronco has 10
on the young season.
The defense sealed it less
than four minutes later when
Naton Stewart stripped the foot-
ball, picked it up and headed for
the end zone. His flip to Joe
Clark to finish the-22-yard run
finished Mississippi's scoring.
"Who said big guys can't
score?" Clark said. "I think if it
showed anything, it showed a lot
of unselfishness. It's not me who
made the touchdown.


O


"The big thing is Naton was
aware enough that I was there
and he pitched the ball. If he
wouldn't have done that, we
might not have scored the touch-
down right there and there's no
telling how the game would've
went."
Jones threw for 202 yards on
18-of-27 passing with six scores
and two interceptions.
"We beat a very good football
team tonight," said Brents,
Lakeland's offensive coordinator
last season. "I don't think there's
another two teams in this league
that can play with us two."
"I've got a lot of new players
and a new system," Keaton said.
"I lost a lot of guys last year to
Arena One, so I've got to replace
those guys and keep going."
The 'Bolts' take the field for
the 2007 home opener Sunday at
5 p.m. against Florence.


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puts on ADVERTISED clothes,

drinks a cup of ADVERTISED coffee,

drives to work in an ADVERTISED car

and then...

refuses to ADVERTISE, believing that it doesn't pay.
.Later, if business is poor,

the person ADVERTISES it for sale.

WHY IS IT?
Advertise your product or service in
The Polk County Democrat, The Polk County Times, or our website
www.polkcountydenmocrat. comn
Call 533-4183 for advertising opportunities.


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By BETTY DEBNAM
from The Mini Page by Betty Debxiam 2005 The MiP Page Putlitng Coip; y in
Supplement to The Polk County Democrat And The Fort Meade Leader




How Businesses Work


Would you like to be an
entrepreneur (on-trah-pren-oo-er)? An
entrepreneur is a person who starts
and operates a business.
Some educators think kids should
begin to learn business skills at an
early age.
Someday, you might be running a
business yourself, or you will probably
work for one.
To find out about business, The
Mini Page talked with an expert from
one of the leading business schools in
the country.
Here's some of what we learned.
What is a business?
A business is an organization or
group that offers goods and services to
customers for money.
Goods are objects that you s y
can see, such as baseballs
and dolls.
Services are not objects,
but rather things that you might
S do for another
person who needs
the results.
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teacher offers a
service of educating
you.


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do?
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for people so they can
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families. zoN


They provide goods
and services that people
need or want.


They pay taxes, or
money, to governments so
that communities can
have public services
such as schools, police
forces and roads.
What are two types of
businesses?
For-profit businesses return
money to their owners, people who
have invested in the business. These
businesses pay taxes.
Non-profit businesses offer
services for the good of the public.
These include schools, religious
institutions and charities.
They often accept contributions.
They also pay fewer taxes.


Talking business
Words you should know:


I WILL MAKE
MONTHLY
PAYMENTS.


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Loan: borrowed
money that is to
be repaid on a
fixed schedule
with interest.

Interest: the
amount charged
for borrowing
money. -

Profit: what
results when more
money comes in
than goes out.

Gross income:
money made
before expenses
and taxes are
taken out.

Net income:
money remaining
after all of the
expenses and
taxes are taken
out.


The Mini Page thanks Lawrence Gelburd, a
lecturer at the Wharton School of the
University of Pennsylvania, for help with
this issue.














Why businesses go
out of business

GOING OUT OF
BUSINESS

Starting your own business can be
rewarding, but it can also be a
disappointment.
Sixty percent to 80 percent of
start-ups go out of business within
the first three years.
One reason is that the businesses
run out of money.
Another reason is that they do not
have enough "know-how" to keep the
businesses running.
New-business owners might act
before they think, or not think and
then act.
What do successful
businesses do?
When they have profits,
businesses might:
buy new equipment for the
company.
give the profits back to the
investors. This money is called a
dividend.
open new stores or businesses
much like the successful one.
open an entirely new business,
using profits from the old one.


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Going out for business!


The founders of
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Larry Page Sergey Brin
Do you use the search engine
Google when you are trying to find
information?
Google, now the most popular
search engine in the world, was
founded just nine years ago.
The founders of the company are
Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Both
are only 33. They met after college
when they were studying at
Stanford University in California.
Larry Page is the son of a computer
science professor. Larry became
interested in computers at the age of 6.
Sergey Brin was born in Moscow.
His family immigrated to this
country.
The co-founders borrowed $1
million from their families to start
their business.


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live in Seattle,
Wash.


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of the richest men in the world.
He grew up in Seattle, Wash.,
where his father was an attorney.
Bill started programming computers
at the age of 13.
Bill Gates attended college at
Harvard but left there in his junior
year. He wanted to give more time to
a company he had started in 1975,
Microsoft. His company develops
software that enables people to
use computers at home and at
the office.
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charitable organization that has
given millions of dollars to worthy
causes. The Bill and Melinda Gates -
Foundation works to improve health
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are used twice. See if you can find: ADVERTISING, TAX,
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The aMini Standards Spotlight:
Business For Kids
Disibuted by Uersal Pres Syndcate
Mini Page activities meet many state and national educational standards. Each
week we identify standards that relate to The Mini Page's content and offer
activities that will help your students reach them.
This week's standards:
* Markets exist when buyers and sellers interact. (Markets, Price and Quantity Determination)
* Money makes it easier to trade, borrow, save, invest and compare the value of goods and services.
(Role of Money)
Entrepreneurs are people who take the risks of organizing productive resources to make goods and
services. (Profit and the Entrepreneur)
Activities:
1. Think about "goods" (objects you can see and touch) you would like to buy. Write the word "Goods
for Me" on a piece of poster paper. Now look at newspaper ads and cut out pictures of the goods you
would like to own. Paste them on your poster. Put a star next to the three things you want the most.
2. Find a newspaper ad for goods or services that would appeal to (a) your best friend, (b) an
entertainer, (c) an athlete, and (d) an explorer. Explain your choices.
3. Look for a news story about a local business. Write the name of the business at the top of a piece of
paper. Under the name, write the following information: what the business sells; who buys the
goods/service the business provides; why the business is important to your community.
4. Interview six family members or friends. Ask them to name goods or services they need. Ask them
to explain why those goods or services are important to them.
5. Select one of the goods or services that was identified in your interview. Pretend you are going to
go into business and provide that good or service. Write a paragraph describing how you would go
about setting up your business. Include answers to these questions in your paragraph: Where could
you go to get money for your business? What people might be interested in the good/service? What
materials must you have to set up your business? Develop a slogan for your business. Design a
newspaper ad for your business. List three specific things you will do to make sure people know
about what you provide.
(standards by Dr. Sherrye D. Garrett, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi)


Rooe Rookie Cookie's Recipe

SChoco-Nutty Pie
You'll need:
* 1/2 cup butter, melted and cooled
* 1 cup sugar
* 3 eggs, beaten slightly
S1/2 cup flour
S1 (6-ounce) package chocolate chips
* 1 teaspoon vanilla
* 1 cup chopped nuts (your choice)
* 1 unbaked pastry pie shell
What to do:
1. Combine the first four ingredients and mix until well blended.
2. Stir in chocolate chips, vanilla and nuts.
3. Pour into unbaked pie shell and bake at 350 degrees for 45 to
50 minutes. .
4. Let cool before cutting.
You will need an adult's help with this recipe.
from The Mini Page by Betty Debnanm 2007 The Mini Page Plisfng Company Inc.



Meet Ren6e Zellweger
Ren6e Zellweger plays Beatrix
Potter, the author of "The Tale of Peter
Rabbit," in the movie "Miss Potter."
Zellweger, 37, has starredin many
movies. She was the voice of Angie in
"Shark Tale."
She and her older brother, Andrew,
grew up in Katy, Txas. When she was
S9, her family built their own house, and
her father taught her how to do some of
the work. In high school she was a
cheerleader, competed in gymnastics and was in the drama
club. In college, she majored in English.
After college, she acted in commercials and began getting
parts in movies.
She has worked to raise money for the prevention of HIV
and for tsunami relief efforts.
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from The Min Page by Betty Debna 2007 The Mii Page Pulishing Company Inc.

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common. Can you guess the common theme?

Rudy: What did the buffalo say when the
sky turned cloudy?
^^ Rachel: "Bi-sun!" .


Ricky: What event do buffaloes recognize
every 200 years?
Ramona: The bison-tennial!


Rex: What is the opposite of a buffalo?
Rochelle: A buffahigh!






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INDEX | THE NEWS: Calendar 2 | Viewpoint 4 | Opinion 5 | Sports 14 | School Briefs 21 | Sports 14 | Crossword 25 | Police 26 | Community Briefs 27 | Health 28 An Edition of the Sun VOL. 87 NO. 51 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 www.polkcountydemocrat.com $1.00 ESCAPE FROM THE MEANIES: Victory Ridge students perform in locally written play. Page 17THEPOLK COUNTYNEWS AND DEMOCRAT CALL US AT863.533.4183Thank You!Shirley HoppFor being a Loyal Subscriber TALLAHASSEE … No plan BŽ is available if Congress does not add citrus funding to the latest disaster relief package, Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam said Dec. 13. A day after the U.S. Department of Agriculture further reduced a forecast of the post-Hurricane Irma orange harvest, Adam Putnam reiterated the need for federal assistance to the struggling industry, which could see damages from the storm top $1 billion. There is not a plan B. Youre talking about signi“cant losses to the states signature crop,Ž Putnam said, after Wednesdays state Cabinet meeting. While I know the Legislature is very interested in attempting to “nd some type of state-based help, thats just not an option on the same scale as what is being discussed in Washington.Ž Members of Floridas congressional delegation are working to attach funding for the citrus industry and other parts of the agriculture industry to a $44 billion disaster relief package. Putnam said he hopes the package, expected to be the last in a series No Plan B if citrus relief fails By JIM TURNERTHE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA PUTNAMBUCHANANALBRITTON CITRUS | 31LAKE WALES … Polk Avenue Elementary School took the idea of a happy holiday homecoming to a whole new level last week for a student and his family. U.S Army Staff Sgt. Jose Negron has been stationed in Guam for the last seven months, and his family, including wife Irma and Polk Avenue “fth grader Jose, didnt expect him home for the Christmas season. The plan, in fact, as the family understood it, was for them to ”y to Guam for a reunion there. Instead, Negron arrived in Florida in the wee hours Sunday morning, and stayed in a hotel until Tuesday, Dec. 12, when the surprise family reunion took place in front of the Lake Wales Charter System elementary schools entire student body and staff. The school had gathered to honor winners of a contest centered around National Kindness Day. Joses class was picked as the “fth grade winners, and he was selected to read a poem the class had put together about kindness. As Jose read, the curtains opened as his father appeared, prompting tears and cheers in the packed auditorium. School principal Gail Quam and assistant principal Shay Hixenbaugh were virtually the only school employees that knew of the plan, which was more than two weeks in the making. They watched YouTube videos of other school reunion events to get ideas for their own special moment. He (Jose) loves his mom but he talks about his dad a lot,Ž Hixenbaugh noted. We cried a few times watching the videos.Ž It was a bittersweet moment for the school, however, as Jose and his mom will be returning with their father to Guam to live there after the holidays. The family thought the original plan would be to fly there alone to reunite with the Army recruiter overseas. Jose will continue his education at a school at Guams Anderson Air Force Base. Negron said he expected to be stationed in the U.S. territory in the Paci“c for the next couple of years. Brian Ackley contributed to this story. Military dad surprises son at school By CHARLES A. BAKER IIICBAKER@SCMGINC.COM PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER IIIPolk Avenue Elementary fth grade student Jose Esteban and his mother, Irma Negron, were reunited with father and husband U.S. Army SSG Jose Negron Dec.12. Negron has been deployed in Guam for the past seven months. BARTOW … In its effort to take a trip of a lifetime, the Bartow High School band has started a fundraising web site to get donations to participate in the 2018 Chicago International Music Festival this spring. Emails were sent and in the “rst weeks, they have raised about $3,000. But the group has a long way to go to take 130 students (and about 15 chaperons) to spend four days in the Windy City. Band director Jon Eckman said it will cost about $1,300 per student to take the trip, and as the district doesnt spend money for something like this, it comes down to everyone individually and any donations the band may be able to raise. That is the bare bones amount,Ž Eckman said. If we can add to it, there are things we can do while were there to make it more enriching.Ž He mentioned seeing the Blue Man group, the Navy pier, shopping places such as Saks and Tiffanys, and the famed Planetarium. The wind symphony was invited to play April 1 at the Chicago International Music Festival. For “ve days … from March 29-April 2 … band students will have much to do. Students will get to Chicago on March 29. On March 30, the World Projects, the sponsor, will lead the students to explore Chicago. On March 31, there will be a clinic Donation web site set to help the band By JEFF ROSLOWJROSLOW@SCMGINC.COMBAND | 26LAKE WALES … At multiple recent city commission meetings, residents have been making public statements about the desire for more recreational opportunities in Lake Wales. The last meeting was no different. On Dec. 5, Lake Wales Police Athletic League President Darryl Washington told the Lake Wales City Commission about how ”ooding at the Lake Wales High School gymnasium was affecting PAL volunteers and athletes. Washington said that around 300 PAL basketball athletes, who normally use the LWHS gym for weekend jamboree tournaments, were now packing into the much smaller Albert Kirkland Sr. Gym. Washington said normally Kirkland Gym is not open during the times that PAL kids play, and as a result, he was having to rent the facility using personal money. Lake Wales Mayor Eugene Fultz agreed to seek help from the Polk County School Board so the kids could use the gym at Roosevelt Academy until the LWHS LWHS gym floods, allegations flyBy CHARLES A. BAKER IIICBAKER@SCMGINC.COM LWHS | 26

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Page 2 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 THIS WEEK WELCOME TO YOUR COMMUNITY CALENDARWant to see your event on this page? Call us at 863-533-4183 or email news@scmginc.com. Wednesday, Dec. 20 Coloring for Grown Ups, 11:30 a.m. Lake Wales Public Library, 290 Cypress Garden Lane, Lake Wales. Yoga Class, 5:30 p.m. Lake Wales Public Library, 290 Cypress Garden Lane, Lake Wales. Facebook 101, 9:30 a.m. Winter Haven Public Library, 325 Avenue A NW Winter Haven Little Sprouts Story Time, 9:30 a.m. Winter Haven Public Library, 325 Avenue A NW, Winter Haven Dont Suffer from Shoulder Pain, 6 p.m. Dr. Douglas Shenkman discuss latest options used to remedy shoulder pain. Watson Clinic Main, 1st Floor Library, 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd. in Lakeland. 863-680-7042 Farmers Market, 10 a..m.-2 p.m. Fort Blount Park, Bartow. 863-5190508, or email lsimpson@ mainstreetbartow”.com Italian Buffet, 5-7 p.m. $9 per person. American Legion Post 71, 1230 Scenic Highway, Lake Wales. 863-589-5689 Thursday, Dec. 21 Holiday Extravaganza, 6-8 p.m., free. Winter Haven Recreational & Cultural Center, 801 Ave T NE, Winter Haven LEGO-Mania! 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Lake Wales Public Library, 290 Cypress Garden Lane, Lake Wales. Big Orientation & Training, 5:30 p.m. Family Fundamentals, 1021 Lakeland Hills Blvd., Lakeland. 863-220-1116 Offshoots Lab, 4 p.m. Winter Haven Public Library, 325 Avenue A NW, Winter Haven Technology Help Desk, 5 p.m. Winter Haven Public Library, 325 Avenue A NW, Winter Haven EIR Book Club, 5 p.m. Winter Haven Public Library, 325 Avenue A NW Winter Haven Teen Anime Club, 3:30-5 p.m. Bartow Public Library, 2150 S. Broadway Ave., Bartow. 863-534-0131 Weight Watchers, noon. Use main entrance. First Baptist Church of Bartow, 410 E. Church St., Bartow. The church emphasized that it is not af“liated with Weight Watchers. The Sentimental Journeymen 7 p.m. Cappella mens chorus meets weekly on Thursday. Men who love to sing are invited to visit and experience the fellowship and enjoyment of ensemble singing. Experience is not necessary. St. Johns Methodist Church, 1800 Cypress Gardens Blvd., Winter Haven. Contact Paul Evert at 863-2897227 or rshaw2@tampabay.rr.com Fun Run, about 6 p.m. People take a 5K run starting and ending at the Wine Stable restaurant each Thursday. Usually they stay at the Wine Stable afterward. They start at approximately 6 p.m. Wine Stable, 150 S. Broadway, Bartow. Service Dog Training, 9-11 a.m., 1-3 p.m. Call Marvin Desselle at 863-214-0601 for details. American Legion Post 71, 1230 Scenic Highway, Lake Wales. 863-589-5689 Friday, Dec. 22 Needlework Arts Group, 9:30 a.m. Lake Wales Public Library, 290 Cypress Garden Lane, Lake Wales. Evening Knitting & Crochet, 5:30 p.m. Lake Wales Public Library, 290 Cypress Garden Lane, Lake Wales. Offshoots Lab, 2 p.m. Winter Haven Public Library, 325 Avenue A NW Winter Haven Sweeten Your Holidays, 1-3 p.m., $15. Bok Tower Gardens, 1151 Tower Blvd., Lake Wales. http:// boktowergardens.org Seasons Screenings, -Movies in the Park, Polar Express,Ž 7 p.m., free. Haines City Parks & Rec, 555 Ledwith Ave., Haines City Sweeten Your Holidays, 1-3 p.m. Bok Tower Gardens, 1151 Tower Blvd., Lake Wales. Chair Yoga, 9:30 a.m. Bartow Public Library, 2150 S. Broadway Ave., Bartow. 863-534-0131 Saturday, Dec 23 Tenth Annual Bush Toy Drive, 1-6 p.m., free. Sponsorships available. Carver Recreation Center, 520 S. Idlewood Ave, Bartow. 407-6559776, 407-879-1091. Toy Giveaway, 9:30 a.m. Miracle Temple, 2051 Macon St., Bartow. Pokemon Card Club!, 11 a.m. Lake Wales Public Library, 290 Cypress Garden Lane, Lake Wales. Christmas in Winter Haven, noon4 p.m. Winter Haven Recreational & Cultural Center, 451 3rd St NW, Winter Haven, 201-539-7407 Saturday Afternoon Family Movies: The LEGO Ninjago Movie,Ž free. 2 p.m. Winter Haven Public Library, 325 Avenue A NW, Winter Haven Sugar Plum Fairy Tea Party, all day. Sweet Magnolias Tea Bistro, 212 Howard St., Auburndale. http://mysweetmagnolias.com Santas Run for Our Kids, 7-11 a.m. Central Park, 4th St. NW, Winter Haven, FL 33881. http:// whoptimist5k10k.com Legoland Christmas Bricktacular, 10 a.m. Legoland Florida, Legoland Way, Winter Haven Racing Game, 4 p.m. $1 per race. American Legion Post 71, 1230 Scenic Highway, Lake Wales. 863-589-5689 Sunday, Dec. 24 Legoland Christmas Bricktacular, 10 a.m. Legoland Florida, Legoland Way, Winter Haven Bingo, 1 p.m. $10/10 games. American Legion Post 71, 1230 Scenic Highway, Lake Wales. 863-589-5689 Monday, Dec. 25Christmas Day at Bok Tower Gardens, 1 and 3 p.m. Christmas Day at Bok Tower Gardens Legoland Christmas Bricktacular, 10 a.m. Legoland Florida, Legoland Way, Winter Haven Tuesday, Dec. 26 Little Sprouts Story Time, 10:30 a.m. Winter Haven Public Library, 325 Avenue A NW, Winter Haven, FL 33881 + Google Map Lego Club, 4 p.m. Winter Haven Public Library, 325 Avenue A NW, Winter Haven Kids New Years Eve Party at Legoland, 10 a.m. Legoland Florida, 1 Legoland Way. Because Christmas Day falls on a Monday this year, there are public agencies that will be closed on Tuesday as well. Winter Haven City Hall will be closed on Monday, Dec. 25, Tuesday, Dec. 26 and Monday, Jan. 1. For garbage pickup Monday, garbage and recycling will be picked up on Tuesday. Tuesdays will be picked up on Wednesday. Thursday and Friday will remain the same. Yard debris and junk will be picked up a day later all week. For the week of New Years it will be identical. Bartow City Hall will be closed on Monday, Dec. 25, Tuesday, Dec. 26 and Monday, Jan. 1. Bartow garbage collection will be on the week of Christmas, Monday collection will be on Wednesday. Tuesday collection will be on Thursday. Thursday collection will be on Friday. Friday collection will be on Saturday. On the week of New Years, Monday collection will be on Tuesday. Tuesday collection will be on Wednesday. Thursday and Friday collection will be the same. Lake Wales City Hall will be closed on Monday, Dec. 25 and Monday, Jan. 1. In Lake Wales, Dec. 25 garbage, yard waste and bulk will be picked-up on Dec. 26. Dec. 26 garbage, yard waste and bulk will be picked up on Dec. 27. Dec. 27 garbage, yard waste and bulk will be picked-up on Dec. 28. Dec. 28 garbage, yard waste, bulk and recycle will be picked-up on Dec. 29. Dec. 29 garbage, yard waste, bulk and recycle will be pickedup on Dec. 30. Claw truck will run service on Friday. On Jan. 1 garbage, bulk and yard waste will be picked-up on Jan. 2. Jan. 2 garbage, bulk and yard waste will be picked-up on Jan. 3. Jan. 3 garbage, bulk and yard waste will be picked-up on Jan. 4. Jan. 4 garbage, bulk, yard waste and recycle will be picked-up on Jan. 5. Jan. 5 garbage, bulk, yard waste and recycle will be picked-up on Jan. 6. Claw truck will service on Friday. Fort Meade City Hall will be closed on Monday, Dec. 25, Tuesday, Dec. 26 and Monday, Jan. 1. For garbage collection in Fort Meade, On Dec. 25, garbage and recycle will be pickedup on Tuesday Dec. 26. Dec. 26 garbage and recycle will be picked-up on Dec. 27. Dec. 27 bulk and yard waste will be picked-up on Dec. 28. Dec. 28 garbage will be picked-up on Dec. 29. Dec. 29 garbage will be picked-up on Dec. 30. Claw truck will service on Saturday. On the week of New Years, Jan. 1 garbage and recycle will be picked-up on Jan. 2. Jan. 2 garbage and recycle will be pickedup Jan. 3. Jan. 3 bulk and yard waste will be picked-up on Jan. 4. Jan.4 garbage will be pickedup on Jan. 5. Jan. 5 garbage will be pickedup on Jan. 6. Claw truck will service Saturday. Frostproof City Hall will be closed on Monday, Dec. 25, Tuesday, Dec. 26 and Monday, Jan. 1. In Frostproof, the normal service schedule will be pushed out one day. Dec. 29 garbage, recycle, bulk and yard waste will be picked-up on Dec. 30. Claw truck will service Saturday. In the week of New Years, Jan. 5 garbage, recycle, bulk and yard waste will be picked-up on Jan. 6. Claw truck will service this week on Saturday. The Neil Combee Administration Center will be closed Monday, Dec. 25, Tuesday, Dec. 26 and Monday, Jan. 1 The Polk County Courthouse will be closed Monday, Dec. 25, Tuesday, Dec. 26 and Monday, Jan. 1. The Polk County Tax Collector will be closed on Monday, Dec. 25, Tuesday, Dec. 26 and Monday, Jan. 1. Polk County Clerk of Courts & Comptroller closed Monday, Dec. 25, Tuesday, Dec. 26 and Monday, Jan. 1 Polk County Public Schools will not have classes for the students from Dec. 22-Jan. 3. The administration center will be closed Dec. 22-Jan. 1. The Lake Wales Charter Schools will be closed from Dec. 22-Jan. 3. Post Of“ces will be closed on Monday, Dec. 25 and Monday, Jan. 1. Most banks will be closed on Monday, Dec. 25 and Monday, Jan. 1. Call your local branch to con“rm. The newspaper business and editorial of“ces will be closed on Monday, Dec. 25 and Monday, Jan. 1. HOLIDAY CLOSINGS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, IN-COUNTY MAIL Six Months....................$28.82 One Year......................$47.99 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, OTHER FLORIDA COUNTIES Six Months....................$36.82 One Year.....................$59.20 OUT OF STATE SUBSCRIPTION Six Months....................$40.02 One Year.....................$64.80 Publisher Chris SexsonCsexson@scmginc.comPolk County News and Democrat Managing Editor Jeff Roslowjroslow@scmginc.comCirculation, Classi“ed, Legal Anita Swain Of“ce Administration Lora BelueThe Polk County News and Democrat (USPS 437320),an aliate of Sun Coast Media Group, Inc., is published weekly (on Wednesday) by The Polk County News and Democrat, 993rdSt. NW, Winter Haven, FL 33881. Periodicals Postage Paid at Lakeland, FL. € Phone (863)533-4183 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Polk County News and Democrat, 99 3rd St. NW, Winter Haven, FL 33881Polk County News and DemocratPhone: 863-533-4183 Fax: 863-533-0402

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Page 4 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 VIEWPOINT For many years, we have observed that the most important long-term responsibility of city and county governments is land use regulation. And we have embraced the development of alternative forms of energy, technologies that do not rely on fossil fuels. It had never occurred to us that these two objectives could some day be in con”ict with each other. But that is exactly the situation with which the Bartow city commission is faced. We believe the public interest comes down strongly on the side of responsible land use. The city is considering an application from TECO to build a solar energy plant within the city limits, which entails a 483-acre solar farm,Ž on U.S. Highway 98. The concept of an acre may be dif“cult for citizens not involved in land use to grasp. Bartows sprawling Mary Holland Park embraces about 100 acres; the proposed TECO solar farm would be nearly “ve times that large. A football “eld (including end zones) is 1.322 acres. For a solar farm of 483 acres, that works out to 365 football “elds. A development of this size would have a major and permanent impact on Bartow. City Commissioner Leo Longworth pointed out to his colleagues that the land is suitable for residential development. At a residential density of three homes per acre, thats nearly 4,000 homesites. Is a solar farm the best use of that much vacant land? And what would be in it for Bartow? Arguably, not much. TECO of“cials told the commission that the site was chosen for its access to existing TECO lines, and that none „ thats right, none „ of the electricity would be available to Bartows electric system. The apparent advantage to Bartow would be property taxes from the site, and both Longworth and Commissioner Trish Pfeiffer suggested that the Legislature could nullify that advantage in legislation to encourage development of solar energy. They are correct. One of the major unknowns is what impact, if any, a 483-acre solar farm would have on adjacent property. Solar farms are a relatively new concept, but surely there must be some research into this issue. Former City Commissioner Brian Hinton told the commission: One thing Ive learned over a long period of time: when you make a decision now on land use, you wont be able to undo it.Ž That is why we consider land use planning to be the most important long range function of local government. As things stand now, the commission has postponed a decision until Jan. 2. Perhaps a solar farm is in the long term best interest of Bartow and its citizens; perhaps it is not. The commissions next meeting is less than two weeks away, two weeks that include both Christmas and New Years Day. We urge the city commission to approach this issue with careful deliberation, to include research into the impact „ positive or negative „ that developments of this size have had on other small communities. It is not a decision to be rushed into without careful study and deliberation. Two weeks is not long enough.Move carefully on solar farmsOur Viewpoint President Trumps comments at the Lighting of the Christmas Tree is one reason many Americans are enthusiastic supporters of our President. ( https://www.c-span.org/ video/?437904-1/christmas-tree-lighting-ceremony) The Presidents words resonate especially with seniors who remember a very different America. They remember a time when Christ of Christmas was honored very openly, not only at church, but also at school, and in much of our culture. Joy to the WorldŽ was one of the many Christmas carols heard at school, at church, in stores, on radio, and on television. Our 45th presidents promotion of Merry ChristmasŽ and singing Joy to the WorldŽ are examples of the Constitutional freedom that has helped to make America exceptional. The president talked about everyone having value and the need to love everyone. He said the family is the bedrock of society. Many in America are grateful for and applaud our president, who recognizes Christmas and President Trump Many years ago „ make that many, many years ago „ I began struggling with that problem that has vexed parents for generations: Is there a Santa Claus? The classic answer to that question was published in the New York Sun on Sept. 21, 1897, written by one Francis P. Church, a columnist described in one account as a sardonic man.Ž But Church answered the inquiry from 8-year-old Virginia OHanlon with a gentle reply, free of the cynicism for which columnists are justi“ably known, writing in part: Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. He exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exist, and you know that they abound and give to your life its highest beauty and joy.Ž He went on: Alas! How dreary would be the world if there were no Santa Claus! It would be as dreary as if there were no Virginias.Ž It has been probably 40 years or longer since I took my “rst shot at the topic. Each year, I try to tweak it a little. I still hear from readers at this time of year who say they enjoy reading what I wrote. A few have said that they share it with their own children. I am honored. „„„ Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. Your little friends have made you unhappy by telling you there is not, but it is really they who are unhappy, for they have lost a little of the magic of childhood. Some of my friends say there is no God, and theyre grown-ups, and I think they should know better. It is sad that they have lost their faith, not because I believe them, but because they believe themselves. You know, Virginia, God and Santa Claus have a lot in common. When we are very young, our parents tell us that God is a person like you and me, with a head, two arms, two legs. And they say He lives in Heaven „ a place high in the sky „ and sits on a throne of gold. Is that the way Heaven really is? I dont know; Ive never been there. But I do know there is a God and a Heaven; I know because of a mystic miracle called faith. When we are very young, we cannot understand ideas like a God who exists but not in human form, or a Heaven that exists but not in the form of a beautiful city. So our parents and Sunday school teachers and preachers describe God and Heaven in a way we can understand. Santa Claus is a lot like that, Virginia. When we are very young, we are told that Santa Claus is a chubby old fellow who wears a red suit and lives at the North Pole where he has a toy shop. And we are told that on Christmas Eve, after we are sound asleep, he ”ies over all the world in his sleigh, leaving presents for all the children. Is there really a Santa Claus who looks like that and lives at the North Pole? I couldnt say, for I have never been there. But I do know that there is a Santa Claus. He lives in the hearts of children, and of their parents and grandparents and uncles and aunts and just about Why I believe in Santa ClausLETTERS | 5 FRISBIE | 5LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Letters are welcome on virtually any subject, but we do have some rules. Please keep them to less than 250 words. Letters will be edited to length as well as grammar and spelling. All letters must be signed with full name „ not initials. An address and telephone number must be included. The phone number and address are not for publication, bu t must be provided. The Letters to the Editor section is designed as a public forum for community discourse and the opinions and statements made in letters are solely those of the individual writers. Readers can sen d letters and column submissions to news@scmginc.com or mail them to 99 3rd St. NW, Winter Haven, FL 33881.We welcome your letters S.L. Frisbie S.L. 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Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Page 5 everybody else who loves children. You wonder if the man in the red suit ringing a bell on a street corner or riding a “re truck or coming to town in a helicopter or sitting in a department store is really Santa Claus. And if so, how can he get all his toys ready in time? Well the way I look at it, these people are sort of like the preachers in our churches. They are not God; they are His helpers. They help us understand who God is and how He wants us to live. But just because they are not God does not mean there is no God. And thats the way it is with the Santa Clauses we see on the streets, and in the stores, and at the parties at Christmas time. They are Santas helpers, who help us understand the excitement of the season and the joy of giving as we celebrate the birthday of Jesus. But just because they are not the real Santa Claus does not mean there is no Santa Claus. I cannot see God the way I can see you or my own children and six precious grandchildren, yet I know that God exists, because I can see what He has done in our world. I have never seen Santa Claus come down my chimney, either, but when I hear people wishing a Merry Christmas to strangers and sending cards to friends they havent seen for years and giving money to charity ... and most of all, when I see the face of a little child light up with joy on Christmas morning ... then I know there is a Santa Claus. Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. I think Santa Claus works for God. „„„ (S. L. Frisbie is retired. He wrote the “rst version of this column when his own children were young. He now has six grandchildren: two Lakeland-Americans, two GainesvilleAmericans, and two adopted EthiopianAmericans. Life is good. Merry Christmas.)FRISBIEFROM PAGE 4 the true meaning of Christmas as in the following comments: this is a holy season, the celebration of the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ ... [That] is the most extraordinary gift of all … the gift of Gods love for all of humanity ... Whatever our beliefs, we know that the birth of Jesus Christ and the story of this incredible life forever changed the course of human history. Theres hardly an aspect of our lives today that His life has not touched … art, music, culture, law and our respect for the sacred dignity of every person, everywhere in the world.Ž (http://www.frc.org/ updatearticle/20171201/ happy-days) The Christ of Christmas came to offer forgiveness and a future with Him. Joy to the World! The Lord has come: Let Earth receive her King; Let every heart prepare Him room.Ž Merry Christmas!VIRGIL ULLOM, DDS Babson ParkLETTERSFROM PAGE 4The year was 1965, and Florida was participating in the New York Worlds Fair, but the Florida Pavilion was not performing well. Governor Haydon Burns appointed Cypress Gardens founder, Richard DickŽ Pope president of the Florida Worlds Fair Authority saying, Something must be done to improve the Florida exhibit.Ž At the time, New York was considered the epicenter for tourism, newspaper syndicates, television and more. It also served as the center of distribution for Floridas citrus crop. The governor and others felt it imperative the Florida pavilion make a good impression on visitors to the fair. Pope convinced the state to invest $1 million and take over the Billy Rose Aquacade Amphitheater located adjacent to the Florida pavilion. The aquacade had been an attraction at the 1939 Worlds Fair. The venue had been pressed into service for the 1964 fair, but the expensive exhibit failed and was closed. Florida would ultimately use it rent free. Pope spent $300,000 building an oval water trackŽ 35 feet wide and four feet deep. Tommy Bartlett and Dick Rowe of Silver Springs were hired, and the end product was the Florida Citrus Ski Show featuring such legendary Cypress Gardens skiers as Barbara CooperClack, Joker Osborne and Buster MacCalla. The show included most every act in water skiing except the kite. Pope even commissioned musician Gram Parsons and the Shilos to write a song for the fair to promote inland sur“ng.Ž Parsons wrote Sur“nannyŽ but the song was not used at the fair. To Popes credit, his smartest move was to make the exhibition completely free. In his words, Were aiming at lines longer than those at Ford and General Motors. Well be the biggest hit of the fair.Ž Pope was right. The new Florida exhibit attracted double the attendance of the previous year. The crowds were so large that the pavement surrounding the pavilion sank 11 inches into the ground! The show stadium held 9,000 people and was designed for guests to make photographs and movies of the show complete with an orange grove for a backdrop. In December 1965, Pope traveled to Tallahassee to see Gov. Burns. Decked out in Santa suit and beard, Pope presented Burns with a check for $206,917, representing money the Florida Exhibit had earned. Gov. Burns would later note, A white elephant was turned into the most single productive promotional program for the state.Ž He also received an additional check for $140,000 from the Florida Worlds Fair Authority. This formula for success was classic Dick Pope promotion. A study of Gardens publicity throughout Popes direction will “nd it was a three-legged stool. Those legs are Florida, Citrus „ and of course Cypress Gardens. His personal mantra was OPM squared. Our Photographic Material times Other Peoples Money.Ž This installment was primarily based on information from the book, Cypress Gardens, Americas Tropical WonderlandŽ by Lou Vickers, published by University Press of Florida. (pp. 202204) Other sources include the Gardens 60th Anniversary tab written by Bert Lacey as well as the authors personal research.About the series Early in Winter Havens history, a large Chinaberry tree grew near the middle of Central Avenue at the corner of the Snell Bank (now the Times Square building). It was beneath this tree that early residents shared the news and solved the challenges of the day. The Museum of Winter Haven History is open from 9 a.m.-noon Saturdays. The Museum will be closed for the holidays. The Museum reopens Saturday, Jan. 6. There are many new displays and pieces of Winter Haven history to see. Group visits are also available by appointment. Contact Bob Gernert at 863-206-6855 or bobgernert@gmail. com.1965: When Dick Pope played Santa Claus Bob Gernert Beneath the Chinaberry TreeBob Gernert is a student of Winter Haven history and founded the Museum of Winter Haven History. PHOTOS PROVIDEDPromotional advertisement for the 1965 Florida Worlds Fair Show. Pope, at left, presents Gov. Hayden Burns, far right, with a check representing the prot of the Florida Pavilion. According to Consumer Law Center, Inc., Americans lose an estimated $40 billion each year due to the fraudulent sale of goods and services over the telephone. The elderly are frequent targets of telemarketing frauds and sweepstakes scams. The CLC reports fraudulent telemarketers target between 56 percent to nearly 80 percent of their calls at older customers. One sweepstakes type scam in particular bilked seniors in 24 states out of an estimated $5 billion. The National Crime Prevention Council is working to design, implement, promote, and evaluate a strategic approach to prevent telemarketing fraud and related crimes against seniors by promoting awareness and action on preventive strategies by senior consumers, law enforcement, and other community resources. Financial fraud can be extremely difficult to recognize. It can come in the form of identity theft, fake check and wire-transfer scams, investment and credit card fraud, and bogus online and telephone charitable solicitations. Unfortunately, only one in five of these crimes go unreported due to victims being embarrassed. They can also be very difficult to prosecute. These crimes can be devastating to many older adults, and can leave victims in a very vulnerable position. It is amazing how good some of these schemes are. There are Medicare and health insurance scams, counterfeit prescription drugs, funeral and cemetery scams, phone and mailers, Internet fraud, investment schemes, sweepstakes and lottery scams, and of course fake or shoddy home improvement or repairs. One scam that has come about in recent years is surprisingly successful. Someone calls claiming to be one of the victims grandchildren, and say that he was in a wreck, or imprisoned in another country, and needs money wired in order to get home. Upon hearing this, you might think to yourself, There is no way I would fall for this,Ž but you would be amazed at how convincing these scammers pull this off. They have personal information about you and your relatives, and unless you talk often to the person they are portraying, you might not realize its an imposter. One possibility as to how they get all of that information is through social media sites, such as Facebook. Check your privacy settings on sites like this; make sure the only people who can see your information and comments are the people you know and trust. A simple rule to follow is to NEVER give your personal information to someone you do not know, unless you initiated the contact. If you suspect something is a fraud, then it probably is a fraud. It is OK for you to be skeptical about offers, and opportunities. A legitimate business that is worth your patronage will be understanding of your skepticism and will patiently work with you, should you have lots of questions. The hustlers, scammers and thieves arent normally patient ƒ they want the quick score, so they can move on to another victim, and even more money. Do not pay for services such as home and vehicle repairs in advance. Get referrals and suggestions for who you do business with, by people you trust. And if you do become a victim, dont be embarrassed, contact law enforcement. We need to know what new scams are occurring out there, so we can combat it, and warn others about it.Scams and frauds targeting the elderly Grady Judd Polk County Sheriff

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Page 6 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Like Santas elves, scurrying around busily to meet that critical Christmas Eve deadline „ to the delight of good little boys and girls „ scores of people in the construction trade are very busy in and for the area around Eagle Ridge Mall, north of Lake Wales. Im thinking about planners, architects, surveyors, contractors, construction workers, heavy-equipment operators, and utility personnel. The collective work of these professionals is coming together to dramatically increase the level of building activity on both sides of a long stretch of U.S. Highway 27 North, generally from the Hampton Inn & Suites north to Cypress Gardens Boulevard, and provide area residents and travelers with many more shops, retailers, eateries, and services. From the vantage point of the Lake Wales Area Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Council, the activity is akin to a big holiday gift „ a wonderful, positive, and exciting way to close out 2017 and start 2018. While the construction activity isnt expected to peak until after the “rst of the year, some work already is under way. Demolition work is progressing across from the mall property on the southwest corner of U.S. 27 and Thompson Nursery Road. Land is being prepared to make way for a new auto dealership owned by the McGuire family, the owner of two Lake Wales dealerships farther south on U.S. 27 „ McGuire Chevrolet and McGuire Kia. Other economic and business development plans for the area adjacent to and north of the mall call for the construction of: € A Wawa super convenience store and gasoline station, with outparcels for additional businesses. € An Aldi supermarket, also with outparcels for additional businesses. € A brand new IHOP restaurant for Lake Wales. This will be built near the Kohls department store, just north of Shoppes on The Ridge (the Publix shopping center). € An 82-room Best Western Plus hotel, which will rise on property located on the south side of the mall and behind the Bob Evans restaurant. In addition, major renovation plans are complete at the Holiday Inn Express on Ridge Way, near Kohls, and theres been discussion about the possibility of several new residential developments behind Shoppes on The Ridge. Back at the Eagle Ridge Mall, the almost 22-year-old development that “rst gave rise to major business activity at U.S. 27 and Chalet Suzanne Road/ Thompson Nursery Road, progressive thinking is going on to adapt the mall space during a period of major change in retail market conditions and shopping trends. A good example of the transition under way at the mall is the recent opening of a not-for-pro“t community service organization in space once occupied by six small retail stores. Kingdom City Outreach, or KCO, had its grand-opening celebration at the mall on Oct. 28. Serving Lake Wales and surrounding communities, KCO helps to develop men and women through accountability groups, it provides hot lunches twice a month, it operates a food pantry, and it has a youth organization called G-HYPE (Generation Helping Young People Every Day). G-HYPEs focus is to reduce teen pregnancies, drug use, and new cases of HIV/AIDS. As busy as the commercial construction activity is „ or soon will be „ along U.S. 27 North, its just the tip of the economic development iceberg locally. A major business development announcement is expected early in January, and more exciting news will be shared and discussed Jan. 19 during the ChamberEDCs 2018 Economic Forum Breakfast. The seventh-annual economic forum is planned from 7:30 to 9 a.m. in the ballroom at the Lake Ashton community at 4141 Ashton Club Drive. The breakfast meeting cost is $15 per person, and tickets remain available. To reserve a seat, call Charlotte or Autumn at the Chamber-EDC of“ces at 863-676-3445, or send an e-mail message to autumn@ lakewaleschamber.com. The holiday season is a wonderful time of the year in and around Lake Wales, and its great this month to be able to write about so much positive economic news „ a ”urry of construction activity and preparation for a lot more. Its also an opportune time for all of us at the Lake Wales Area Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Council to wish everyone a very merry and memorable Christmas and a safe, healthy, happy, and prosperous new year. Cheers to one and all! David Kiessling is the director of the Lake Wales Economic Development CommitteeWintertime expected to bring a flurry of activity Director of the Lake Wales Economic Development CommitteeDavid Kiessling I find myself wandering in an unfamiliar place. As a pro-life conservative, I am honestly happy „ no, positively elated „ that prochoice Democrat Doug Jones won Alabamas Senate election. It is an odd position for me, and a complicated one. This change may impose costs to causes I care about. And Democrats did not make my shift of sentiments any easier. A pro-life Democrat (there used to be herds of such unicorns before they were hunted to near extinction) would have won the Alabama race going away, and left me entirely unconflicted. But even so, it was not a close decision. In reality, the chance that the flip of this seat would somehow determine the fate of Roe v. Wade is vanishingly small. And political leadership does not consist entirely of checking policy boxes. What needs to be considered is the net effect on the country and the cause. And the Alabama election was like looking into the abyss. Roy Mooreism was distilled Trumpism, flavored with some self-righteous moralism. It was all there: the aggressive ignorance, the racial divisiveness, the disdain for governing, the contempt for truth, the accusations of sexual predation, the (just remarkable) trashing of America in favor of Vladimir Putin, the conspiracy theories, the sheer, destabilizing craziness of the average day. Trump and his admirers are not just putting forth an agenda; they are littering the civic arena with deception and cruelty. They are discrediting even the good causes they claim to care about. They are condemning the country to durable social division. In Trumps GOP, loyalty requires corruption. So loyalty itself must be reconceived. What would weaken the grip of Trump on the GOP? Obviously not moral considerations. The president has crossed line after line of decency and ethics with only scattered Republican bleats of protest. Most of the party remains in complicit silence. The few elected officials who have broken with Trump have become targets of the conservative media complex „ savaged as an example to the others. This is the sad logic of Republican politics today: The only way that elected Republicans will abandon Trump is if they see it as in their self-interest. And the only way they will believe it is in their self-interest is to watch a considerable number of their fellow Republicans lose. It is necessary to look these facts full in the face. In the end, the restoration of the Republican Party will require Republicans to lose elections. It will require Republican voters „ as in Alabama and (to some extent) Virginia „ to sit out, write in or even vote Democratic in races involving proTrump Republicans. It may require Republicans to lose control of the House (now very plausible) and to lose control of the Senate (still unlikely). It will certainly require Trump to lose control of the presidency. In the near term, this is what victory for Republicans will look like: strategic defeat. Recovery will only be found on the other side of loss. Even if moral arguments do not suffice, the political ones are compelling. Trump and his allies are solidifying the support of rural, blue-collar and evangelical whites at the expense of alienating minorities, women, suburbanites and the young. This is a foolish bargain, destroying the moral and political standing of the Republican Party, which seems complicit in its own decline. It falls to Republican voters to end this complicity. For conservatives, the ultimate goal is not the victory of Democrats, who, in different ways, are mistaken and offensive (on economics, the role of government, entitlement reform, the protection of the unborn, and much else). The common cause of Trumps political repudiation is necessary but temporary. It is the emergency method for Republicans to detach themselves from Trump, create a new party identity and become worthy of winning. In GOP losses such as the Alabama Senate race, it is not rogue Republican voters (or non-voters) who are at fault. It is the blind ideologues who gave them an impossible choice. Similarly, if Republicans lose the House, the Senate, the presidency and (for a time) the country „ and incur some policy losses in the process „ Trumps Republican opponents would not be to blame. It would be Trump and his supporters, who turned the Republican Party into a sleazy, derelict funhouse, unsafe for children, women and minorities. A healthy, responsible, appealing GOP can only be built on the ruins of this one. Such political disloyalty to the president is now the substance of true loyalty to the Republican Party „ and reason enough to welcome Sen. Jones with cheerful relief. 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Page 8 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 WINTER HAVEN NEWS WINTER HAVEN … City employees received a one time bonus in their checks on Dec. 7, with the commission agreeing to the second reading of an ordinance granting the bonus after the fact. The bonus was fully approved Monday, Dec. 11, at the only December meeting of the city commission for the month. The bonus was opposed by one commissioner, Willie Twyford, who told The Winter Haven Sun, the actual amount the city paid for the $1,317 bonus for full timers was somewhere around $1,617, because the city had to contribute $300 to the employee pension fund per full time employee who received the bonus. Part timers received $658, one time, as well. In the Nov. 27 meeting of the commission, when the matter was discussed, Twyford had asked for additional clarification as to the sick leave buyback program and how it affected the General Employees Pension Plan, and after discussion at that meeting, the motion to approve the bonus carried, 4-1. Originally, the city proposed giving 1 percent of total salary as the bonus, which for full timers would have been $445 and half that for part timers. The total cost to the city would have been $321,481. Before the city passed this coming years budget, The Federation of Public Employees Union rejected that bonus and countered with a request for a 3 percent cost of living adjustment for all employees in the Federation. After City Manager Mike Herr and city staff did a survey of cities near Winter Haven to compare their proposed employee pay for the 2017-18 year, the city decided that in order to stay competitiveŽ with other local cities, they would increase the bonus to 3 percent, a total now of $923,784, an increase of more than $602,303 from the original proposal. At this, both city unions agreed, according to city records. Due to the bonus being a one time cost, and not added to the base salary of employees, staff is comfortable funding the additional $602,303 cost from fund equity in each fund containing employees,Ž said Cal Bowen, city finance director, in a memo to Herr. In other city business, the commission unanimously approved an amendment to Chapter 13 of the Firefighters Retirement System Code of Ordinances. The amendment is to allow cities and pension plan members to mutually consentŽ to the use of accumulate and future insurance premium tax dollars for retirement benefits, according to city records. Excess State Monies reserve is being applied to the systems unfunded actuarial accrued liability.Ž The remainder of that money will be set aside as a prepaid city contribution,Ž and the city has the option to also use any Chapter 175 Premium Tax Revenue to meet its contribution to the Firefighters Retirement System. The consent agenda was unanimously passed as one item. The agenda included the 7th Street Water Main Replacement; approval of the first amendment to the agreement of the lease of the city of Winter Haven Dark Fiber with NAP of Central Florida Inc.; Winter Haven Senior Adult Center Lunch program provider lease agreement with mid-Florida Community Services Inc.; approval of lease agreement with Summerlin Land and Cattle LLC, adjacent to the Wastewater Treatment Plant No. 3, and the purchase of two new city vehicles … one for a new police officer position that is being created in this coming years budget 2017-18, and one for a new community service officer. The two new vehicles were a 2018 Ford Focus and a 2018 Dodge Charger. Bonuses given to stay competitive By KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZKLBERKOWITZ@SCMGINC.COM Need that hard-to-find item? Find it in the Classifieds. Bartow EAT. DRINK. SHOP. PLAY CHECK OUT OUR EVENTS CALENDAR @ mainstreetbartow”.com Antiques On MainAntiques & Curios 375 E Main St Bartow, Florida (863) 533-4383Mon-Sat 10am-6pm Presented by Brenda and Tony Milano Ethnic Elegance € Dashikis €Culturally CasualOnline Shopping and Shipping Available 24/7 Shop webuyblack.com/queensfashionsandgifts @queens.fashions.gifts Polk Countys #1 Boutique for African & Ethnically Inspired Fashions and Gifts for the Entire Family For Promotional & Advertising Products Visit www.askusconcepts.com 320 East Summerlin St., Bartow, FL 33830 € (863) 245-7163 Merry Christmas From Our Family To Yours! Your trusted Chevrolet dealership in Bartow and the reason why our loyal customers keep coming back.475 W Main St € Bartow FL 33830863-578-4883 € s tingraybartow.com55% off on labor only. Max value $25 discount. Plus tax. Not valid with any other offer must present at time of service. Limit 1 per customer. Offers expire December 31, 2017 $15 OFF Oil Change & Tire Rotation55% OFF New Customer Visit Place Your Ad Here! Reach Over 55,000 readers!! adno=3527992

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Page 9 WINTER HAVEN NEWS Thousands in the snow Laisha Duran of the JROTC was one of the many snow shovel volunteers on hand to u the snow during Snow Central. Lines were long, but the kids did not seem to mind, once they had their chance to play in the snow. Snow Central was for both the young and the young at heart. Here, Joshua Harris of Winter Haven has his time on the slide. Eddie, 7, comes down the snow slide on an inner tube as his mother, Wanda Cordero, watches.PHOTOS BY KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ Five-year-old Emma joins 7-year-old Rylan in building a snowman at Snow Central, a community event put on by the city of Winter Haven and various corporate partners every year at the Chain of Lakes stadium grounds. The event, which took place Friday night, saw thousands in attendance. SUBSCRIBE TO Call or Email Today. 863.533.4183 aswain@scmginc.com 1 OCTOBER 2016 € FREE MONTHLY MAGAZINE WINTER HAVEN € DAVENPORT € HAINES CITY € AUBURNDALE OCTOBER 2016 Jose AltmanBringing avor to Legoland Floridap12Chef 1 NOVEMBER 2016 € FREE MONTHLY MAGAZINE WINTER HAVEN € DAVENPORT € HAINES CITY € AUBURNDALE NOVEMBER 2016 PR SR T STD U .S. Pos t a g e Pa id FT M y er s FL P er m it #87 P os t a l C us t o m er EC R W SS NOW $3012 issues 22,000 ALL GLOSSY Copies Monthly! 99 Third St Winter Haven, FL 33837 // 863-533-4183 // suncentraldigital.com THEYRE COMING TO CENTRAL FLORIDA THEYRE VISITING OUR COMMUNITIESTHEYRE LOOKING TO BUY!15,000 copies will be inserted in the Winter Haven Sun. An additional 7,000 copies will be available in high trac locations in Davenport, Lakeland, Four Corners, Winter Haven, Haines City and Auburndale. adno=3520244

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Page 10 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 WINTER HAVEN NEWS WINTER HAVEN Dozens of area children received Christmas gifts from Winter Haven Police Department of“cers and members of American Legion Post 8 Saturday. In the morning, WHPD Chief Charlie Bird said Operation Reach Out bene“ted 51 children in 13 families. The annual assistance program has been ongoing for more than 20 years. WHPD DARE Of“cer Kris Bhoj said counselors at 10 area schools helped select which kids needed help the most. The main purpose is giving presents to kids who may not have received any this year,Ž Bird said. While it builds relationships with the community, its really all about the kids. It reminds us how fortunate we are, puts things in perspective, and it helps my of“cers to see the reactions of the children.Ž Because of the 20 years of experience helping kids in need during the holidays, members of American Legion Post 8 asked Bird and WHPD for help putting together a similar program. Later in the day, WHPD of“cers came to Post 8 to hand out presents to another 17 kids in nine families. American Legion Post 8 First Vice Commander Bill Butler said it took months to organize their “rst ever holiday program for area children. Butler said the event was a great success, and that members of Post 8 will likely make it an annual event. We are a veteran organization and we help veterans and other families in need,Ž Butler said. Janina Cajuste of Winter Haven had a challenging 2017. The disabled mother wound up homeless and living in an area motel, and did not have the means to buy Christmas gifts for her children this year. Prior to sitting on Santas lap, 1-year-old OShea Cajuste wound up in the arms of WHPD Lt. Samantha Phillips. Once all of the presents were distributed and the families started eating a meal provided by Post 8 members, Phillips was told of the struggles of the Cajuste family. It warms my heart,Ž said Phillips. We sometimes have to see people on their worst days, and its good to be able to be there for them on good days.Ž Counselors who work with Lakeland AmVets Center Director Gueline Felix helped select four veteran families in need of Christmas help. One of those families is led by U.S. Navy veteran Michael Lee, who served with Navy Seals in Afghanistan in 2011 by helping to keep drones operating. Three years after his honorable discharge, Lee said he is studying electrical engineering on his GI Bill while his wife “nancially makes ends meet. Its dif“cult during the holidays with six kids,Ž Lee said. Elizabeth Calix of Winter Haven said this was the “rst time she has not been able to get Christmas presents for her child and that she was grateful for the help. How did they know what I wanted,Ž said her 8-year-old son Oscar after tearing open a new motorcycle toy. Mason Caraballo, 5 of Haines City, saved most of his gifts for Christmas morning, but the autistic child seemed to enjoy the Slinky he opened Saturday afternoon. Its great to see the community come together to help families in need,Ž said his father Herman Caraballo. Each child received a whole sack of gifts at Post 8. The older children received gift cards, Butler said. Officers, veterans help families in needBy CHARLES A. BAKER IIICBAKER@SCMGINC.COM PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER IIIMason Caraballo, 5 of Haines City, saved most of his gifts for Christmas morning, but the autistic child seemed to enjoy the Slinky he opened Saturday afternoon. On Friday, March 16, the Forum at SEU plans to have Tim Tebow and Jeff Foxworthy at its annual Scholarship Gala fundraising dinner. They plan to share their personal life experiences of leadership. The Gala is planned at 6:30 p.m. at Southeasterns campus in The Furnace. Tebow is a two-time national champion, “rst round NFL draft pick and Heisman Trophy winner. In addition, he serves as a college football analyst for ESPN. Prior to joining ESPN, Tebow played three years in the NFL for the Denver Broncos and the New York Jets. Currently, Tebow is pursuing a career in professional baseball as a member of the New York Mets organization. Tebow is the author of two New York Times Best Selling books. Through My EyesŽ was named the number one sports and religion book of 2011. Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in Midst of Lifes StormŽ was released in 2016 and won the 2017 Evangelical Christian Publishers Association Book of the Year. Foxworthy is the largest selling comedy-recording artist in history, a multiple Grammy Award nominee and bestselling author of more than 26 books. In 2014, he was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. Widely known for his redneck jokes, his act goes well beyond that to explore the humor in everyday family interactions and human nature, a style that has been compared to Mark Twains. Foxworthy is also known for being the host of various television shows. He hosted the FOX television game show Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?Ž for several seasons, including its return to primetime this past fall. He hosted three seasons of The American Bible ChallengeŽ for GSN, had an animated series Bounty HuntersŽ on CMT, hosted the reality series The American Baking CompetitionŽ for CBS Television Network and narrated the Lifetime reality show The Week the Women Left.Ž Table sponsorships are available, which begin at $1,000 for eight reserved seats to the Gala only. Individual tickets will be offered on an as-available basis beginning Feb. 1. The cost of an individual ticket is $250. Sponsorships at the $2,500 level or higher include tickets to both the Gala and the Forum at SEU leadership event, which will be held on March 15 & 16 at Southeastern University. All proceeds from the Gala help fund student scholarships. For more information about sponsoring, contact Eunice Hutto at 863-6675901 or email emhutto@ seu.edu. General questions about the Gala or Forum can be directed to 1-877-FORUM2018 or SEUForum@seu.edu.Tebow, Foxworthy planned at gala LIGHTHOUSE BAPTIST CHURCHIndependent Baptist 307 ABC Rd, Lake Wales(3 miles S of SR 60 on US 27)David Williams, Pastor Old-Fashioned Preaching & Hymns-KJV BibleSunday School, 9:30am Sunday Morning, 10:30am Sunday Night, 6:00pm Wednesday Night, 7:00pm638-2040 BARTOW CHURCH OF GOD1460 East Stuart St Bartow, FL 33830 863.868.8603Elwood F. Kern, PastorSunday School, 10:00amMorning Worship, 11:00amSunday Evening, 6:00pm Wednesday, 7:00pmEveryone Welcome Lake Wales Alliance Church325 N. Buck Moore Rd Lake Wales, Fl 33898863.676.6727Sunday School 9:25 Sunday Worship 10:45 Special Music by Rochelle & Keith KingPastor, Robert ShortEVERYONE WELCOME Pastor, Mike Scorsome $12.50/wk TO ADVERTISE YOUR services $50/wk TO ADVERTISE YOUR special event New LifeBAPTIST CHURCH€ Sunday School 10 am € Morning Worship 11 am € Sunday Evening 6 pm € Wed Evening 7 pm Pastor Maurice Thompson 807 West Memorial Blvd. Lakeland863.229.6337 ALL WELCOMEŽ*KJV Bible Preaching *Hymns & Spiritual Songs adno=3527982

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Page 11 WINTER HAVEN NEWS WINTER HAVEN „ Deputies in Polk County are searching for a man they consider armed and dangerous who is wanted in connection with the death of a 35-year-old Winter Haven man who was shot multiple times. Patrick A. Thrower, 35, of Winter Haven, was shot Monday, Dec. 11, outside a home, according to the Polk County Sheriffs Of“ce. Deputies arrived at the home to “nd him suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to the chest and back. Thrower was taken to Lakeland Regional Medical Center, but he succumbed to his injuries around 2 p.m. Dec. 11. Investigators learned Thrower had been invited to the home of Johnny R. Owsley by Owsleys live-in girlfriend. When Owsley got to his home, he confronted Thrower and told him to get out, according to the sheriffs of“ce. The two men went outside where Owsley shot Thrower, according to investigators. Owsley took off in a green Dodge pickup truck, but he was last spotted in a 2004 Dodge Durango, according to the sheriffs of“ce. A warrant for “rstdegree murder has been issued for Owsley and of“cials consider him armed and dangerous. He should not be approached. Deputies describe Owsley as a white man with brown hair, blue eyes, standing approximately 6-feet tall and weighing about 180 pounds. Of“cials believe he man be driving a black 2004 Dodge Durango with Florida tag BTJS12. Anyone with information on Owsleys whereabouts can call the Polk County Sheriffs Of“ce at 863-298-6200 or call 911. Tips can also be called in to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-266-TIPS. Owsley has a previous robbery and driving with suspended license charge, according to the sheriffs of“ce.Cops search for Polk County man in homicide investigationBY SARA NEALEIGHBRADENTON-HERALD PHOTOS PROVIDED, POLK COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICEPolk County Sheris deputies are searching for Johnny Ray Owsley Jr., 32, of Winter Haven. He is wanted in the homicide of a 35-year-old man. Investigators said he was driving was a 2004 Dodge Durango with a Florida tag number, BTJS12. Yard Sale for the Mushroom Growing Positivity had a yard sale to raise money for the building of the Lake Ina Mushroom, a historical landmark that fell in 2005 after years of being a memory for the locals. Kurtis Flanders, founder of Growing Positivity, has been spearheading the eort.PHOTOS BY KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ Last Saturday, good deals were found at the Community Yard Sale fundraiser for the Lake Ina Mushroom, held at the Church of the Nazarene in Winter Haven. Growing Positivity, a local creatives group, is spearheading the Mushroom restoration. STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE PERMITThe Department of Environmental Protection gives notice of its intent to issue a permit to Mann Septic Tank Service, 4257 Old Eagle Lake Road, Bartow, FL 33830, to operate the existing Septage Management Facility (SMF), Mann Septic Tank Service SMF, and Land Application Stie (LAS), To Ranch LAS. The SMF is designed to treat 0.010 Million Gallons per day (MGD) of septage by lime-stabilization. The LAS consists of approximately 67.27 total aces to be used for treated septage land application. The LAS will be used to grow grasses for hay operation. The SMF is located at latitude 27 57 28.9127Ž N, longitude 81 47 45.5860Ž W on 4257 Old Eagle Lake Road, Bartow, FL 33830 in Polk County. The LAS is located at latitude 28 04 20.7932Ž N, longitude 81 49 25.8799Ž W, South of Old Dixie Highway in Auburndale, FL in Polk County. The Department has assigned permit N Telecom Pkwy, Suite 101, Temple Terrace, Florida 33637-0926, at phone number (813) 470-5700. The Department will issue the permit with the attached conditions unless a timely petition for an administrative procedures for petitioning for a hearing are set forth below. A person whose substantial interests are affected by the Departments proposed permitting decision may petition for an administrative proceeding (hearing) under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes. The petition Counsel of the Department at 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000. notice, regardless of the date of publication. notice shall constitute a waiver of th at persons right to request an administrative determination (hearing) under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes. Any subsequent intervention (in a proceeding initiated by another 106.205, Florida Administrative Code. A petition that disputes the material facts on which the Departments action is based must contain the following (b) The name, address, any e-mail address, any facsimile number, and telephone number of the petitioner, if number of the petitioners representative, if any, which shall be the address for service purposes during the (g) A statement of the relief sought by the petitioner, stating precisely the action petitioner wishes the Department to take with respect to the Departments proposed action. to become a party to the proceeding, in accordance with the requirements set forth above.12/20/2017 adno=3527974

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Page 12 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 WINTER HAVEN NEWS LAKELAND The late U.S. Military Veterans Motorcycle Club President and longtime Saddlecreek Transportation Driver Jack BreakdownŽ Sellers organized the “rst Wreaths Across America Day out of Polk County in 2006. Forty people stood in the rain and placed seven wreaths that “rst year. According to one count, 668 motorcycles left the Saddlecreek Transportation yard in Lakeland en route to Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell for the 12th Annual Wreaths Across America Day Saturday morning. Every year its gotten bigger,Ž Saddlecreek Transportation President Mike DelBovo said, just before hopping on his own motorcycle. We laid 22,000 wreaths last year. This year we are going to place 28,000.Ž The live wreaths, all donated by area corporations and individual donors, were placed in 14 semi trailers. Around a dozen members of Heartland Church, a relatively new church in downtown Winter Haven, took the ride to Bushnell Saturday. Several of the Faith RidersŽ have participated in past Wreaths Across America Days. Five of riders Saturday are veterans with four having more than 20 years of service, and the “fth being a Vietnam veteran. A seventh Faith RiderŽ who drove Saturday is a retired police of“cer. Faith Rider Fred Liggett of Mulberry is a combat veteran who served in the 82nd Airborne Division, and later served in special operations and as a staff of“cer at the Pentagon before retiring. Im placing wreaths today because I plan on being buried at Florida National Cemetery one day,Ž Liggett said. Heartland Church Pastor Danny Moosbrugger said this was his fourth year participating. We honor those who gave their life,Ž Moosbrugger said. The Faith Riders were one of around 1,500 fundraising groups who participated in Wreaths Across America Day nationwide last weekend. According to the Wreaths Across America website, the non-pro“t placed 1.2 million wreaths last year. There is room to place more in the years to come as there are around 3.5 million grave sites maintained in 135 national cemeteries with most being veteran grave sites. There are around 108,000 veterans buried in Bushnell. The event was held at all seven national cemeteries in Florida Saturday morning at 11:30 a.m. The events were all scheduled to take place at the same time nationwide. A few of the notable veterans buried at Florida National Cemetery who gave their life for the country include two Medal of Honor recipients: U.S. Army Sgt. Maj. Franklin Miller is a Vietnam veteran who was killed in action in 1970 and U.S. Army Master Sgt. James Hendrix was killed in World War II. The oldest grave site is dated 1802, when Maj. David Moniac died while serving during the Second Seminole War. First Lt. Thomas Buchanan died in 1863 while serving in the Civil War and Pvt. Albert Emery died in 1877 during the Spanish American War. The Florida National Cemetery is the fourth national cemetery ever established.Winter Haven Faith Riders in actionBy CHARLES A. BAKER IIICBAKER@SCMGINC.COM Around a dozen of the Heartland Church Faith Riders participated in the 12th Annual Wreaths Across America Day Saturday morning.PHOTOS BY CHARLES A. BAKER IIIFaith Rider Director Ron Thomas shows o his club vest while club chaplain Robert Aberbrombie smiles.On U.S. 27 through Polk County, crews are placing signs and erosion control devices. Watch for daytime lane closures and be prepared to merge. This project includes designing and installing an adaptive signal control system along U.S. 27 in Polk County. The contractor will install detection and control equipment, “ber optic cable to connect the traf“c signal controllers and a lease line to connect to the Polk County Traf“c Management Center for remote monitoring and operation of the system. ƒ On Memorial Boulevard from Interstate 4 to Brunnell Parkway, watch for intermittent daytime lane/shoulder closures while crews continue working in the median and along the outside edge of eastbound and westbound Memorial Boulevard from Interstate 4 to Brunnell Parkway. Use caution and be prepared to merge. Watch for nighttime/ overnight lane closures from 7:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. while crews place pavement markings on east and westbound Memorial Boulevard from Interstate 4 to Wabash Avenue. Use caution and be prepared to merge. This project includes reconstructing the concrete roadway, drainage improvements and guardrail work between Interstate 4 and Wabash Avenue, and adding a bike path/trail on the south side of S.R. 546 from Chestnut Road East to Brunnell Parkway. ƒ On Havendale Boulevard at Charlotte Road/42nd Street in Winter Haven, crews are upgrading pedestrian signals, crossing ramps, and cross walks at the intersection. This week, crews are working on clean up. Watch for nighttime lane closures from 7:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. while driveways may be closed from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.; therefore, motorists are urged to use caution and be prepared to merge. Expect periodic sidewalk closures at the intersection and follow posted detours. ROADWATCH CITY OF BARTOW, FLORIDA NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Bartow City Commission will hold a Public Hearing at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, January 2, 2018, in the City Commission Chambers, at 450 North Wilson Ave, Bartow, Florida. The purpose of this Hearing is to consider adoption of the following resolution: Resolution 17-3975-R A resolution amending the Silver Planned Development (PD) Land Use Plan to: 1) Allow Photovoltaic Systems as a permitted use within the PD; and 2) Include three new Conditions of Approval related to placement, design requirements and impacts on density/intensity of Photovoltaic Systems within the P D. A generalized map showing the project boundary is shown below. All interested persons may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed plan amendment. Any person who wishes to appeal any decision made by the committee, board or commission with respect to any other matter considered at this meeting, will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and F.S. 286.26, persons with disabilities needing special accommodations to participate in this proceeding should contact the City Clerks Office no later than five (5) days prior to this proceeding at telephone number 863-534-0100 for assistance; if hearing impaired call 1-800-955-8771 or voice impaired call 1-800-9558770 (VOICE) for assistance. Z-17-05-PD Project Site adno=3525427

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Page 13 WINTER HAVEN NEWS With angelic voices Children sing Christmas carols in Central Park last Wednesday night when Winter Haven Baptist sponsored an event for the community. Many turned out, bringing chairs and blankets, to hear both the childrens and adult choirs sing. The church also had coee, hot cocoa and cookies available. PHOTO BY KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ LAKELAND … Parishioners at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Lakeland now have a grotto dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus, to pray and meditate in thanks to hard work and the culinary skills of members of St. Anthony Knights of Columbus Council 11651 and two priests serving the parish. Located on church grounds, the focal point of the grotto is a statue of Mary, surrounded by colorful ”owers, native Florida plants and benches. It was formally dedicated on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception on Dec. 8, following a Mass in the church co-celebrated by Father Percival ValŽ DeVera, parochial vicar at St. Anthony, and his assistant Father Gabriel Kamienski. A contingent of knights led by Grand Knight Dan Marino participated in the Mass and grotto dedication ceremony. For Father Val, the dedication ful“lled a lifetime dreamŽ which began in his childhood days in The Philippines where he cultivated a great love for and devotion to Mary. His dream to honor her in a special way continued into his adult years as a priest and gained impetus when he came to St. Anthony two years ago and cultivated a close relationship with the K of C. The knights enthusiastically embraced his vision for a grotto devoted to the Blessed Mother and helped him raise funds to bring it to fruition. The Knights raised the $15,000 needed for this project by sponsoring “sh fries at the church during Lent and on the “rst Friday of every month over the past two years. The “sh fries were spearheaded by Marino, Past Grand Knight Matt LaLonde, Freddie Sosa, Arnold Saunders and Robert Pezanowski. Many other knights, as well as Father Val and Father Gabriel, pitched in to help by prepping, cooking and serving the “sh, side dishes, beverages and desserts. This was a real team effort that the Knights of Columbus enjoyed every minute of. We are delighted that we were able to help Father Val realize his dream and by so doing, give the St. Anthony parish community a beautiful grotto where parishioners and visitors can pray to the Blessed Mother and also meditate each and every day in a beautiful garden setting,Ž Marino said. Marino also thanked members of the St. Anthony and greater Lakeland communities, including people from churches of other denominations, for patronizing the “sh fries. We are grateful to everyone who contributed to the success of the “sh fries. With the support we enjoyed from Catholics, as well as members of other faiths and even non-believers, this turned out to be a real ecumenical endeavor,Ž he added. Pezanowski said the Knights were elated with the opportunityŽ to work with Father Val and Father Gabriel on this project. They are great guys who are fun to work with and for. They supported this effort every step of the way, including pitching in to cook and clean up after the dinners. This project was teamwork at its best and epitomizes the great things that can be achieved for the church when the K of C and the clergy work closely together to achieve a common goal,Ž he said. Adding an element of pageantry to the dedication ceremony was a seven-member Honor Guard from the Frank J. Durbin Fourth Degree Assembly 2608, which draws members from K of C Councils 11651 and 7091 of Cypress Gardens. Participating in full regalia were Tom Habina and Chris Eirich, both of Council 7091 and Marino, Saunders, Pezanowski, Sosa and Max Weiss, all of Council 11651. The grotto was constructed by Segura Landscaping, a local “rm recommended to the knights by Regina Davis, who runs the St. Anthony Church gift shop and serves as vice president of the St. Anthony Council of Catholic Women. Fencing was installed by Bo Newman Fencing of Lakeland. The grotto will be maintained on a perpetual basis by volunteers from the K of C, the St. Anthony Council of Catholic Women and various other ministries serving St. Anthony Church. The K of C will continue the “sh fries to raise funds for future needs of St. Anthony Church and various church and community charities supported by Council 11651.Grotto dedicated at St. Anthony Church St. Anthony Knights of Columbus Council 11651 raised money for a newly installed Blessed Virgin Mary grotto at St. Anthony Church by sponsoring sh fries over the past two years. In this photo, knights Freddie Sosa, Dan Marino and Father Val DeVera batter sh for frying. Sosa is the councils past grand knight, Marino is the current grand knight, and Father Val is chaplain and parochial vicar at St. Anthony Church.PHOTOS PROVIDEDFrom left, Deacon James Wade, Father Val DeVera and Father Gabriel Kamieski, all of St. Anthony Church in Lakeland and members of St. Anthony Council 11651, lead a prayer service during dedication ceremonies for a grotto dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. The grotto was funded by sh fries conducted by the K of C. NOTICE On 12/ 27/17 the following units will be opened and oered for auction to the highest bidder. Reason for auction: Non-Payment. #3 Maci Collier #4 Byron Bryan #19 Mandy McKenzie/Eddie Howard Jr. #26/28 Micheal Edwards #54 Ervin Ruiz #55 Eric Durrance. Units Available subject to change. Auction to begin at 10:00am on the premises of FT Meade Mini-storage 31 N Brown Ave, FT Meade, Florida 33841 Winning Bidders will have 24 hours to clear unit. a deposit of $50.00 to be returned when unit is cleared and swept out 12/13,20adno=3526805NOTICE ERICA DAWN STUBBS HALSTEAD 12/6,13,20,27adno=3523093

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Page 14 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 POLK COUNTY SPORTS (Greg Kite knows good basketball, and has two NBA championship rings to prove it. The Brigham Young center was a draft pick in the early 1980s of the Boston Celtics, where he won a pair of titles, the first stops on a journey through the NBA that ended in Orlando. He knows minor league basketball too, having made stops in Fort Wayne and Rapid City in the now defunct Continental Basketball Association before finally hanging up his sneakers for good. These days, hes a financial advisor in the Orlando area, but moonlights as the commissioner of the eightteam Florida Basketball Association, which is putting teams in Winter Haven and Poinciania for the 2018 season which will start in midMarch. Each team will play around 15 games … the schedule is being finalized during the holiday season … with playoffs in mid-summer. St. Petersburg won the league title last year. The FBA is entering its seventh season, and in addition to the new Polk County teams, has franchises in places like Windermere, Jacksonville, Palm Beach and Melbourne. ) SCMG: So give us a little history lesson on the FBA and how you got involved. GK: Mark King of the Florida Flight was really the founder. He formed the Flight who played in Kissimmee at the time, and a friend of mine was the coach and they asked me if Id be the general manager. That year, the league we were playing in had a team in Kissimmee, Jacksonville, three in Atlanta, Nashville, Northern Mississippi, so there were times as the home team youd hope the road team would show up. We learned it didnt make sense. In the Florida Basketball Association, all the teams are relatively close. Well play once, sometimes twice a week. So we want to have the games come off, create as professional atmosphere as you can and give guys an opportunity who want to keep playing to see if it turns into something else for them,Ž SCMG: Its a good time of year for basketball in Florida? GK: You get some guys that time of year maybe straight out of college, maybe their college career is over but they still want to keep playing. You have guys that are out of college that might be playing in a rec league or a semi-pro league, and you have guys that may have played overseas internationally, and for most of the teams around the world, thats their off season. So that is kind of where we fit.Ž SCMG: So how did you settle on teams for Winter Haven and Poinciana? GK: We get inquiries every year. Weve ranged from four teams to six every year, so were excited to go to eight. It gives us a chance to have a real balanced schedule. Sometimes well talk to two or three people a month about operating a team. Being able to do it in a community, and do it professionally, and have community outreach and support, those are the important things.Ž SCMG: Polk County has pretty good quality basketball, at both the high school and college level. What can we expect from the FBA? GK: Absolutely Polk County has long been a hot bed for basketball from Tracy McGrady to Amare Stoudemire to Otis Birdsong. It has a great tradition of high school and college basketball. Our teams are out there trying to get the best talent they can. For the most part they are guys that live in that community, but there are plenty of players that would want to go to Winter Haven or Poinciana and play. Youll see a good quality of basketball. To compare it to minor league baseball, we might be a Double A or Single A level kind of baseball team.Ž SCMG: This weekend, for example, the Flight is hosting an event that will raise money and gifts for needy youngsters for the holiday season. Sounds like the FBA wants to be more than just about basketball. GK: Absolutely. We encourage every team to do that. The Flight has done this toy-drive game every year, and theyve raised money for children with cancer, put on basketball clinics and camps, reading programs. And thats why theyre doing it in Poinciana this year to show the community that we want to give back.Ž Polk teams debut in FBA this year PHOTO PROVIDEDGreg Kite is a nancial advisor in Orlando but also moonlights as the commissioner of the eight-team Florida Basketball Associa tion. HAPPY HOOPIN HOLIDAYS … The holiday break doesnt start for most high schoolers until the end of this week, and if you happen to be a local basketball player (or in some cases soccer player, check Auburndales boys team is heading to California to hit the pitch) there might be an interruption or two in your schedule. Christmas is a popular time for basketball tournaments, and there are plenty to chose from, locally and across the state. Auburndales Christmas Shootout starts Dec. 20, and not only will the Bloodhounds participate, but Ridge Community too. Winter Havens trip to Coral Springs actually will wrap up Thursday as the Blue Devils are one of 36-teams in the 2017 Kruel Classic in that city. Winter Haven will also head to Ocala for its Kingdom of the Sun tournament Dec. 27-30, along with Lake Wales Vanguard in the 16 team field. The Respect Series Winter Showdown in Poinciana will feature Auburndale while Bartow is on the road, all the way to Tifton, Ga., for the Eighth Annual McDonalds Invitational for games Dec. 29 and 30.The Wayne Gandy Christmas Tournament in Haines City runs Dec. 27 to the 29th, and features the Hornets, of course, along with Ridge Community, Lake Wales and Lake Region. The Highlanders will also play Jan. 5 and 6 at the Prep Hoops Sun Bash at Carrollwood Day School. For the ladies, Winter Haven will be close to home, part of the 10th Annual Florida Prospects Christmas Tournament in Orlando Dec. 28-30. Lake Wales will be in the Orlando Bishop Moore event Dec. 27-29, while Bartow is also part of the Prospects event in Orlando. Ridge Community has the biggest trip ahead, to Tallahassee in the Maclay Holiday Hoops Tournament. SKATING THROUGH … Although they will put down the ice at the RP Funding Center at Christmas for their popular holiday skating sessions, the Florida Tropics of the Major Arena Soccer League will squeeze a home game in on Saturday, Dec. 23, against the Harrisburg Heat. Kickoff is at 7:35 p.m. The Mini Magic will be on ice for a couple of weeks, on the road actually for a five-game trip, before their next home appearance on Jan. 5. BIG MEN (AND WOMEN) ON CAMPUS …Warner University will host some college holiday hoop action. The Holiday Inn Express Classic concludes tonight at Warner University for the guys, and the gals will host their own event, the Royals Classic, starting Dec. 27. Warner will play Montreat (N.C.) and Reinhardt University.Its holiday hoop time next couple of weeks

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Page 15 POLK COUNTY SPORTS FORT MEADE … Its pretty likely you may have missed the grand opening of one more world-class tourist destination in our parts recently. And, actually, thats pretty much what the people responsible for it intended. While Mosaics initial grand opening of its Streamsong Resort … which was almost four years ago on Jan. 17, 2014 … was big news because of both its grandeur and guts, as in the risk Mosaic took to invest somewhere in the neighborhood of $100 million into a plot of land that laid fallow for decades, and not to mention it was at least a few John Daly drivers from both Tampa and Orlando. Its also minimalist in its approach to just about everything, from the look of their lodge and clubhouses … elegant in their lack of garish colors and curves … to most importantly the golf itself, which grew by a third at the end of September with the of“cial launch of Streamsong Black. For those who thought the idea was foolhardy back when it was “rst announced in 2010, the addition of a third course … and the idea someday is to add a fourth because they still have about 15,000 acres to play with at the site 10 miles west of its nearest city, Fort Meade. The new track has already been dubbed Golf Magazines best new course for 2017. Its sister courses on site, the Blue and Red Tracks, consistently are ranked among the top 20 courses in the country. Streamsong Black is big, bold and fun, and really a perfect complement to the momentum that weve built with Streamsong Red and Streamsong Blue,Ž said Rich Mack, the man behind Mosaics masterpiece. We are fortunate to work with Gil Hanse, Tom Doak, Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, who are the best at their craft in this industry. Streamsong Black is a testament to our dedicated team, partners and fans from around the world. It will continue to drive our commitment to delivering an exceptional golf experience at Streamsong.Ž Which, as Mack is fond of pointing out, is the point anyway. No one was going to come to the abandoned phosphate lands of southern Polk County unless they knew there was a spectacular reward at the end of the journey. Golf Magazines endorsement of the project said the course (and the whole facility, really), has tremendous memorability. Debate will be “erce in the years ahead as to which of the Streamsong courses is top dog.Ž Just how big is the new layout? Try 300 or so acres of gently rolling greens, fairways and sand, perhaps triple the land a normal new course might use. Everything is big, even the practice putting green, which at two acres big, earns its nickname The Gauntlet.Ž Also unique is The Roundabout, a free-”owing practice facility, also designed by Hanses team, which features several green complexes and practice holes to accommodate the increase in play. The Roundabout includes an alternate 9th green, providing a play-in option for guests looking to play a shorter, nine-hole loop back to the Clubhouse. Because its about a mile from the Red and Blue courses, the Black layout has its own clubhouse, which featured a new restaurant, the Bone Valley Tavern. According to Forbes.com, Streamsong has hosted somewhere in the vicinity of of a quarter-million rounds of gold since it opened. The project wasnt a slam dunk,Ž Mack told Forbes. When we started this, people said, Theres no way people are going to travel from Tampa or Orlando all the way out to southwestern Polk County. Youve got to be crazy. I think were proving to be wrong on that assertion. It all starts and ends with the golf. If we dont get the golf right, were DOA.Ž Streamsong is far from that, in case you hadnt noticed.Mack: Getting the golf right Brian Ackley Acks Angles PHOTO COURTESY OF STREAMSONG RESORTEverything is big at Streamsong Black, which opened in late September, including putting green that covers two acres. Lake Wales soccer The Lake Wales High girls soccer team is trying to win their fourth consecutive District 3A-11 title this year. The team lost several key players last year to graduation, but newcomers like junior Haileigh Houmard are stepping up. Houmard scored a hat trick against Sebring Tuesday night, giving her eight goals this season so far. Freshman Chanley Pngston is all smiles after scoring the third goal of the match against Sebring, Tuesday, Dec. 12.PHOTOS BY CHARLES A. BAKER IIISophomore Delaney Elder scored two goals against Sebring Tuesday night. The Highlanders are now 8-2 on the season and undefeated in their district. Sophomore Andrea Gaiser scored the nal goal of the match against Sebring Tuesday, Dec. 12. After going up 8-0, the match was called halfway through the second half.

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Page 16 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 FORT MEADE NEWS To assist its communities, customers and neighbors devastated by Hurricane Irma, Duke Energy increased its contribution to relief agencies to $1 million. The company announced a donation of $750,000 to assist organizations and agencies that provide services during disaster relief; adding to its $250,000 donation on Sept. 11 to the Volunteer Florida Foundation … Florida Disaster Fund, the states of“cial private fund established to assist Florida communities with response and recovery activities. We are in this together,Ž said Harry Sideris, Duke Energy Florida state president. During and after Hurricane Irma, our customers across the state faced economic hardships through lost wages, home displacement and widespread devastation. As we begin to recover, these additional dollars will support communities and individual families in need.Ž The funds will be distributed in the following ways to assist communities through state, regional and local organizations: $350,000: Local community agencies in Duke Energys service territories in Florida through community partnerships. $250,000: Volunteer Florida Foundation … Florida Disaster Fund to assist Florida communities with response and recovery activities. $250,000: 14 United Way agencies serving Duke Energy communities, including Heart of Florida United Way, United Way Suncoast, United Way of Central Florida, United Way Volusia and Flagler, United Way of Pasco, United Way of Lake and Sumter, United Way of Marion County, United Way of Citrus County, United Way of Big Bend, United Way of North Central Florida, United Way of Hernando County, United Way of Northwest Florida, United Way of Suwannee Valley and United Way of Brevard. $150,000: Duke Energys Energy Neighbor Fund to assist eligible Duke Energy customers in Florida with their home energy bill during times of crisis. Hurricane Irma ripped through our state, leaving many with their lives in shambles,Ž said Jeff Hayward, president and CEO, Heart of Florida United Way. Weve heard the desperation in the voices of the 15,250 callers weve had reach out to the 2-1-1 Crisis Line during and following the storm. But weve also heard the relief and gratitude expressed as a result of a little help. We are thankful for Duke Energys contribution and commitment to providing continued support to our communities throughout Florida.Ž The Duke Energy Foundation is also matching employee donations to hurricane relief efforts, resulting in a company match of more than $108,000 for hurricanes Harvey and Irma for a total donation of $216,000.Duke increases Hurricane Irma relief PHOTO PROVIDEDDuke Energys Nancy Dodd presents a $2,000 check to Help of Fort Meade director Patsy McBride. On Thursday, Dec. 1, You Be Sweet Bakery, in downtown Fort Meade, of“cially opened for business. Owner Megan Graves Sellers cut the ribbon, declaring her bakery ready to delight the town. The bakery boasts a spot to sit and enjoy a sweet item with a choice of teas and coffees, brewed fresh daily, a quiet atmosphere to catch up on conversation or technology, and bags for carry-out. Large orders and cake include delivery service. Sellers treated Chamber directors and community well-wishers to muf“ns and coffee. Many visitors left with bags of muf“ns, tall, hot cinnamon and pecan rolls, as well as generous cookies. Visitors commented on the modern look of the renovated building and the smell of treats that wafted out the front door. The bakery is located at 11 S. Seminole Ave., next door to Graves Plumbing, owned by Megans parents, and can be reached at 863-622-2278. The bakery is open from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and from 8 a.m-2 p.m. Saturday. You Be Sweet opens for business Megan Graves cuts the ribbon at You Be Sweet Bakery on Dec. 1 in Fort Meade. PHOTO PROVIDED FORT MEADE „ Thousands welcomed the holiday season in Fort Meade Dec. 2 with the citys Magical Musical ChristmasŽ parade, which drew dozens of entries under the theme of Christmas carols. Lewis Anna Woodbury Elmentary School earned Best Use honors, while the Lynch family won for Best Use of Music. Best Golf Cart/ATV honors went to the Fort Meade VFW, while Boost Mobile Phone won most creative. Best Merchant honors went to Fort Meade Dental, while Best Antique Vehicle recognition was given to Broadway Prism Art. The Best All Around award was earned by Wendys Dance Company. Festivities began downtown with a reading of the Proclamation, stating the holiday celebration had begun. At 5:45 p.m., the city tree burst to light, signaling the start of the parade. Floats, festooned golf carts, and trucks with holiday trimmings delighted one of the biggest crowds in the citys history. At the end of the lineup, Jolly Ol St. Nick himself thrilled kids and adults along the parade route. He took his place in downtown, when the parade ended, to hear whispered wishes of dozens of local children. Local businesses joined in by welcoming shoppers before and after the parade. Food vendors included tasty Mexican prepared by Mary Lou Perez, delicious corn dogs prepared by the high school baseball team and parents, and hot chocolate, snow cones, and cotton candy. The parade is a joint effort of the City of Fort Meade and the Fort Meade Chamber of Commerce. The day began at 8 a.m. at the citys Community Center with a special breakfast with Santa Claus event sponsored by the chamber.Magical Christmas celebrated Lakeland & Bartow Ofces MoodyLaw.com La k c o m adno=3523106 adno=3520330

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Page 17 LAKE WALES NEWS LAKE WALES In this era of schools focusing more on science, technology, math and job skills, art is sometimes an after thought. Those who attended the Victory Ridge Academy play Mars: Escape From the MeaniesŽ this past weekend witnessed how art can reach kids like nothing else can. Art brings out the best in all of us,Ž said play director Tinia Clarke. There are not many people in the county who have more experience using art to reach those living with Alzheimers and other challenges to independent living than Tinia. As executive director of Sidestreet Art Beat, a non-pro“t in downtown Winter Haven, Tinia has been using music and painting for years to help those with Alzheimers and dementia smile. Based on her experience, around a year ago she wrote a book of poems titled, I want to go to Mars.Ž That book of poems eventually evolved into a book called Mars: Escape From the Meanies,Ž which Lakeland artist Rachael Storjohann illustrated. Clarke then decided that she wanted to adapt the book into a play, using people with special needs as actors. Theatre Winter Haven Education Director Molly Judy helped Clarke write the script of the play. Victory Ridge Academy is a charter school in Lake Wales that serves kids with communication de“cits, behavioral challenges and physical disabilities. In addition to her work at Sidestreet Studio, Tinia had also previously used music in the classrooms there to reach out to the students. Successful in her efforts, Victory Ridge Academy Principal Debra Johnson agreed to have Tinia return, and have her students act out Tinias play. Back in September, when auditions for the play started, many of the student actors appeared apprehensive, shy, soft spoken and nervous about the concept of reading lines in front of a crowd. The objective was to include every child that wanted to take part,Ž Clarke said. Some of them could not read, some were very non-verbal, but they wanted to be included.Ž Since September, they rehearsed lines, built a set and worked out a deal with the Lake Wales Charter School Board of Trustees to put the play on at Lake Wales High School because there is no stage at Victory Ridge Academy. Friday night before the play, a video was shown of the kids preparing, and then Tinia came on stage to say a few words. I am so excited that Victory Ridge Academy said yes to this project, especially in light of the fact that I had never directed or produced a play,Ž Clarke said choking up tears. I dont even think I was ever in one! The students that said yes to this mission are amazing as you will see, they have brought to life the characters in my book. Their willingness to embrace something new and the support they gave to each other during the process was so awesome to witness.Ž Victory Ridge Academy teachers David Swindell, Brian Denton and Amy Combs were especially helpful, Clarke said, as were supporters of the non pro“t Rockin on the River and the Homer and Annette Thompson Legacy. The play was about a group of children who got tired of being teased and decided to escape in a rocket to Mars. Once there for a bit, they realize that hiding from mean people is not the only way to deal with the problem and they all hop back in the rocket to return home. The student actors in the play were: Kayla Barclay, Trinity Brannen, Ryan Bulger, Elijah Cain, Daniel Carter, Johalys Vasquez Cruz, Natalisha Rodriguez Fontanez, Terissa Gautney, Bryan Gifford, Olivia Hiers, Justin Lyons, Jorge Rodriguez, Adrian Saldana, Robbie Scott, Hunter Smith and William Robinson. After the play, Principal Johnson said they play helped her students build con“dence. This is just another step to helping our students become more independent,Ž Johnson said. I am so thankful to Tinia.Ž The book will be distributed to local elementary schools and libraries in the community beginning January of 2018, Clarke said.Victory Ridge Academy debuts first playBy CHARLES A. BAKER IIICBAKER@SCMGINC.COM PHOTOS BY CHARLES A. BAKER IIIVictory Ridge Academy actors celebrate the conclusion of Mars: Escape From the Meanies, Friday night in Lake Wales. Director Tinia Clarke receives congratulations after the play.Polk County Fire Rescue and the countys emergency management team are reminding residents that this time of year is the dry season, and the chance of “res is higher, December through June. Wild“re activity often peaks during the months of March, April and May due to the occurrence of lightning with dry thunderstorms that are common during that time of year. The 2016-17 wildland “re season was extremely busy in Polk and many people were affected, especially in the eastern part of the county. Wildland “res in the Indian Lake Estates area made local and national headlines more than once. In the wild“re that happened last spring, about 800 residential homes and 8,000 lots in Indian Lake Estates were destroyed. The wild“re erupted in early February, and it wasnt until midApril that Red Grange Fire was brought under control. Our “re“ghters also battled many other wildland “res with our municipal partners throughout the county that didnt make news headlines,Ž said Fire Chief Tony Stravino. Our “re“ghters partnered with other agencies, and together, hundreds of homes were saved. Sadly, some were also lost or damaged, which is why its important to take safety measures now, to reduce the risk of losing your home due to a wild“re.Ž As a last resort, Polk also has the ability to issue a burn ban if conditions warrant. We were forced to implement a burn ban from March 31 to June 9. Our primary goal during wildland season is to prevent loss of life and property,Ž Stravino added. The Florida Forest Service has information on its web site with programs such as the national Ready, Set, Go! program, as well as Firewise Communities.Fire Rescue: Time to prepare for wildfire season Is your companys website your number one employee? It should be. We can help. 99 ird Street NW, Winter Haven FL 33881863-533-4183 | www.winterhavensun.comadno=3520237

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Page 18 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 FROSTPROOF Back in July, Citrus Connection staff marketed a large, written 10-year plan to expand mass transportation in the county without writing about how they were going to pay for it. Asked about it at the time, Citrus Connection Executive Director Tom Philips said municipalities would be progressively asked to pay more of their fair shareŽ of mass transit over the next three years. Roughly a month later, the subject of mass transit came up at a Frostproof City Council meeting. Frostproof residents, who up to that point had not contributed any tax money toward the $160,000 annual cost to provide mass transit there, were asked to pay around $10,000 for FY 2017-18, $20,000 the following year and around $30,000 for FY 2019-20. Three of the “ve Frostproof City Council members, Martin Sullivan, Austin Gravley and Jon Albert, all voted not to fund mass transit to the rural city, each citing that there did not appear to be enough Frostproof residents who used mass transit to justify the expenditure. The last bus traveled to Frostproof Oct. 1. Philips and the Citrus Connection staff continued to negotiate with city staff, however, and at the Frostproof City Council meeting Dec. 4, the item was placed back on the agenda for a vote. Citrus Connection staff said starting in January, they would be able to track exactly how many riders use mass transit through the use of a smart cardŽ similar to a debit card that riders could use to pay for bus fares. Tonight I reversed my decision to do a 10-month study to get factual numbers on the total use of Frostproofs bus service,Ž Gravley wrote on social media soon after he ”ipped his vote. I could not consciously end the bus service without getting the facts “rst. Its not easy to change an original decision, but I want to always make the best decision. Citrus Connection (staff have) agreed to track ridership and also negotiate future cost for the city.Ž In reference to the vote, Sullivan joked on social media about a “scal hawk who crashed. On Monday, Dec. 11, the “rst Citrus Connection bus returned to Frostproof. At the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Sullivan was seen driving by without stopping. Reached later by phone, Sullivan joked about forgetting to take a different path to work that morning. Wearing a big smile, Frostproof Mayor Rodney Cannon let council member Gravley cut the ribbon as the deciding vote. The Frostproof City Council agreed to pay $10,611 next year while numbers are gathered to determine how many residents use mass transit from Lake Wales to Frostproof and points in between. We are excited to have mass transportation back in Frostproof,Ž Cannon said at the ribbon cutting. There is a need for mass transit, and Im glad more people see that.Ž Route 35 between Lake Wales and Frostproof serves 11 stops, including Webber International University in Babson Park. Extra money from county municipalities will be funding expansions to Dundee Road, Recker Highway, Buckeye Loop Road and Thompson Nursery Road/Eloise Loop Road in Winter Haven. A route through Haines City will also be added to connect Polk residents to the Sun Rail station in Kissimmee. We have been very “scally responsible,Ž Gravley typed on social media recently. Weve paid down our sewer debt, cut the budget by $1 million and had surpluses last year. We lowered property taxes and sewer rates. This decision is peanuts, if its not worth the money, then I will not vote to fund the bus next year.ŽFrostproof back on the (bus) roadBy CHARLES A. BAKER IIICBAKER@SCMGINC.COM PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER IIIFrostproof city council members and Citrus Connection sta welcome the rst mass transit bus to the rural community since they stopped running Oct. 1 over a budget dispute. PHOTO PROVIDED BY LAKE WALES MAIN STREETMake It Magical was performed in downtown Lake Wales last week, accompanied by musical groups of all kinds. Here is Polk State College Choir, making a holiday melody for the festive occasion.Magical Holiday MemoriesJoe Tedder estimates more than 22,000 customers will come through their of“ces in the next two weeks of the month, with December being the busiest month of the year for the Tax Collectors Of“ce. Thats because Dec. 31 is the deadline for mobile home and heavy truck registration renewals, vehicle registrations for owners with December birthdays, as well as for those taking advantage of a 3 percent property tax discount if paid by the end of December. In addition, of“ce closings due to the holidays will reduce the hours of operation just when driver license customers, many of whom are students out for winter break, are seeking permits. The Tax Collectors Of“ce reminds taxpayers that it will be closed for the holidays on Monday, Dec. 25, Tuesday, Dec. 26, and Monday, Jan. 1. Owners whose vehicle registrations and decals expire at the end of December are encouraged to conduct their renewal transactions by Friday, Dec. 29, and reminded that expired motor vehicle registrations and license plates are subject to law enforcement citations. To renew vehicle registrations before the end of the month, or to qualify for the 3 percent property tax discount, motor vehicle and property owners must mail in their payment with a postmark stamped on or before Saturday, Dec. 30, or, make an online payment at www.PolkTaxes.com on or before Dec. 31. They may also visit one of the Tax Collectors Service Centers on or before 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 2 if paying in person. This year, taxpayers may also opt to use the same day service … Express PickUp … to get their renewal decals the same day, by going online and completing their transaction before arriving at a service center. Tax payments may be made in the following ways: € Pay via the internet at www.PolkTaxes.com (payments must be made on or before midnight Sunday, Dec. 31). € Same day service via Express Pick-Up, via the Tax Collector web site, www. PolkTaxes.com € Pay by Mail: Payments must be postmarked on or before Saturday, Dec. 30. € Pay in person at all service center locations: All payments must be received before 5 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 2. € The American Legion Tag Agency in Winter Haven accepts property tax payments in their dropbox, which is accessible in their lobby during regular business hours. 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Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Page 19 BARTOW … The Polk County School Board will analyze the contracts of the boards attorney and the director of internal audit services, as they are both presently under constant renewal. Currently the contracts for both employees … Board Attorney Wes Bridges and Internal Audit Services Director Carol Matthews … are renewable as they are approved at the end of each year. Board Member Billy Townsend said this is an unfair situation for the board and the taxpayers. The policy thus far has been that the contracts, which do not re”ect on personnel in the positions … have been set that way in order to help the board attract the best people it can for those positions. Townsend, who has approached the subject several times since he was elected in 2016, brought it up again at the Nov. 14 meeting. Without making a decision there, Bridges, Matthews, and board chairman Lynn Wilson were to get together and return to the Dec. 11 meeting so the board can discuss this again. At the last session, I was asked to explore the opportunities of the contracts and see how it could be restructured,Ž Wilson said. Wilson said both Bridges and Matthews like to work for the school district. Both are happy with the basic structure of their contracts, and would like it to remain at the status quo.Ž However, they would be open to renegotiating how they are set up. Townsends distaste for the contract circles around how they favor the employee, not being fair to the district nor the taxpayers. Both employees have contracts that serve until 2020 „ and at the end of the year, the board can renew them which puts another year on the contract or terminate them. If terminated, however, they get paid the amount remaining on the contract. Townsend said something more palatable, something similar to what the superintendents contract is like, would be better. The school board can hire and “re only three employees, those two and the superintendent. The rest of the district works for the superintendent. Board member Hazel Sellers said during the work session on Dec. 11, she is not against looking into the contract. But the timing of it has her against making a move now. I dont disagree with this concept, but we are doing it backwards,Ž she said. She said Townsend brought this up in the middle of the year, and now its the last minute. I feel like their concern is that we dont want to renew it,Ž she said. Id be looking for another job if this was done to me ƒ thats me personally ƒ Id be highly offended if the work wasnt done ahead of time. I will vote against this ƒ not the concept ƒ but doing it backwards.Ž Townsend said he didnt wait until the end of the year, adding that despite this being the last school board meeting of 2017, it doesnt mean the board is running short on time, nor should there be the impression of the employees doing poorly. They arent going anywhere. What this does is it gives us a little leverage. There is nothing insulting about this. Its business. They will negotiate and get the best deals they can get. We have to take the personal aspects out of this. Its philosophical, and its one of the issues I ran on.Ž In the meeting, Townsend said, We have ample opportunity to do this fairly. This is a good business practice, but it is something more than that. In the Florida model of education, everyone is under pressure all the time. The common purpose is we need to be under the same level of pressure.Ž He said there is nothing personal about this toward Bridges or Matthews. Hes been nothing but professional for me,Ž Townsend said, concerning Bridges since hes joined the school board. During the campaign, Townsend said hed like to “re Bridges. Hes been good on (House Bill) 7069, and I want to say that on the record. Ive never had any issue with Carol, and I dont anticipate anything.Ž Board member Kay Fields said the reason the board never moved forward on reviewing the contracts is because there was never a consensus on the board to do so. I want to clarify something that came up in the conversation earlier,Ž Fields said in the work session. As the chair of the school board, there has to be a consensus with all the board members.Ž She said when she was chair, there was never was a consensus, and there was no dissent „ except from one member. I was not going to take direction from one member,Ž she said. Moving ahead, Wilson said this will be a process that will take some time to solve. He suggested the board do what Board Member Sara Beth Reynolds suggested, and that was looking into what other districts do with these employees to get some ideas. Reynolds suggested the board look at what other districts are doing for two reasons. To get information, and be in competition with other boards and the private sector, as much as a public agency can be. Board Member Lori Cunningham said there is ample time to do something as the current contracts run until 2020, and they dont appear like they would be interrupted. However, she said she understands where Sellers is coming from. She said shed like to have the negotiations done by June 1, and have something to present to the two employees by then. Come to the “rst part of June, Im good with that, my goodness. Were saying in 2021, were not renewing it, and this gives us ample time. If we put June 1 this year to get with them and “nd something suitable to both to 2021, we need to do it. This is the right thing to do and a good business decision. Wilson, said, however, setting a date on this would not really be reasonable, as this is a negotiation. However, he maintained hed be dogged on the process. He said the discussions will start in January, and it will be on every work session agenda until an agreement is reached. To Cunninghams concern to make June a deadline, Reynolds said she didnt want the process to drag out years. In a voice call vote, the renegotiation was passed by a 5-2 vote, with Sellers and Harris voting against it. Prior to the vote, Harris said, As I vote against this procedural matter, I will look forward to bringing a compromise to the next meeting.ŽAttorney, auditor contracts to be reviewedBy JEFF ROSLOWJROSLOW@SCMGINC.COM HAINES CITY … Several individuals were recognized at Polk County Fire Rescues annual Holiday Awards Banquet on Tuesday, Dec. 12, at the Lake Eva Event Center in Haines City. Awards were given to two businesses, two law enforcement agencies, one resident and 32 “re rescue members. The event drew a crowd of more than 300 people, including county commissioners, county managers, family and friends.Citizen Certificate of AppreciationSouthern Glazers Wine & Spirits Viking Recycling Agencies in Partnership AwardLakeland Police Department Polk County Sheriffs Of“ce Community Service AwardJeremy Grif“nUnit CitationCapt. Andrew Gagliano Engineer Larry Nicolodi Fire“ghter/Paramedic Ellert Toohey Battalion Chief Jeff Calcutt Capt. Clay Hamric Engineer/Paramedic Kyle Douglas Fire“ghter/Paramedic Matthew Bailey Paramedic Aaron Mohamed Fire“ghter Courtney Stokes Emergency Medical Technician Jason Jensen Dr. Paul Banerjee Battalion Chief Levi Burrell Battalion Chief Chris Hancock Capt. Adam McGee Capt. Jasson Drinkard Fire“ghter/Paramedic William Wilson Fire“ghter/Paramedic Nolan Shreeve Engineer Michael Keiser Engineer Gus Rodriguez Fire“ghter Vincente Ramos Fire“ghter Bruno Levy Fire“ghter Joshua Leab Fire“ghter Evan Reighard Fire“ghter Vincent Ramos Capt. Mike Martin Fire“ghter/Paramedic Drew Burns Engineer Derek Nelson Fire“ghter Clay CooperiderDistinguished Achievement AwardKevin Patrick WilesCivilian Member of the Year AwardDonald Altman Deborah JonesPurple Heart AwardKevin ShiremanSworn Member of the Year AwardKevin Shireman The Holiday Awards Banquet was sponsored by Hall-Mark Fire Apparatus, Lake Wales Medical Center, Stepps Towing, Bartow Regional Medical Center, Bennett Fire Products (Globe), Excel Athletics, MidFlorida Credit Union, Municipal Equipment Company, Poinciana Regional Medical Center, Polk State College, South Florida Emergency Vehicles and Winter Haven Hospital.Firefighters recognized at awards banquet PHOTO PROVIDEDSeveral were recognized for their eort this past year at the Polk County Fire Rescues annual Holiday Awards Banquet on Dec. 12. 7406 US 27 North, Sebring 863-385-8570Monday-Friday 8 am 5 pm € Saturday 9 am 2 pmcampercorralsebring.netFind us on facebook g g g g g g 2017 2017 Exclusive Dealer In This Area GUARANTEED TO NOT FLARE UP! 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Page 20 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 LAKE WALES NEWS LAKE WALES … Keeping with the time-honored tradition of presenting arts, culture, wellness and entertainment events against a backdrop of beauty and serenity, Bok Tower Gardens has a wide variety of programs through the spring. Events and programs require advance tickets or reservations. For information, reservations and to purchase tickets, visit www.boktowergardens. com/calendar. NEW YEARS DAY CARILLON CONCERT: Jan. 1. Ring in the New Year with a Singing Tower concert. Included in general admission. NEW YEAR, NEW YOU: Jan. 6. The Circle of Life Wellness Coaching process gives you the tools needed for personal success. $80, reservations required. WINTER WALKING TOURS: Jan.-April Enjoy guided tours of the Gardens. Tours noon-2 p.m. Monday-Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday. Included in general admission. EDWARD BOK MEMORIAL CARILLON CONCERT: Jan. 9. Commemorate the life of Edward W. Bok. Included in general admission. MEDITATION WITH TIBETAN & CRYSTAL SINGING BOWLS: Jan. 9. Sound healing with Reiki Master Kristen Tenpenny that leads to an in-depth journey of relaxation and expansion. $15 and reservations are required. LUNCH & LEARN: EASY TREE CARE FOR HOMEOWNERS: Jan. 10. Explore how to select a tree that will fit your landscape. Included in general admission. SINGING TOWER LEGENDS SUNSET CONCERT: Jan. 11. Join Geert Dhollander as he celebrates the lives of the musical artists lost in 2017. Concert is included in general admission and begins at 4:30 p.m. TAI CHI IN THE GARDENS: Each Saturday from Jan. 13 to Feb. 24. Its in front of the Singing Tower. $10 per session. HARMONY DARK SKY PARTY: Jan. 13. Learn how you can make the darkness enjoyable and safe for all Earths inhabitants. Included in general admission. Extended hours until 9:30 p.m. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING CARILLON CONCERT: Jan. 15. Celebrate the life of humanitarian and civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Included in general admission. FARM TO TABLE DINNER WITH CHEF AMY FREEZE: SOUPS ON! Jan. 18. Enjoy a hearty winter-themed menu, including soups, stews, a craft beer-infused dessert, and drinks. $45 and reservations are required. FLORIDA BACKROADS: THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF MIKE THOMAS: Jan. 19 … April 26. Experience the beauty of natural Florida through the lens of photographer Mike Thomas. Included in general admission. PAINTING POSTCARDS BY THE TOWER: Jan. 20. Learn the basics of art journaling. $50 and reservations are required. DOG DAYS OF WINTER: Jan. 21. Leashed and friendly dogs are invited to visit the Gardens. General admission applies to humans, $5 per dog. SWEET BRUNCH TREATS: Jan. 21. Learn the fundamentals of creating delicious and simple dishes with fresh and season ingredients. $15 and reservations are required. MUSIC AT PINEWOOD: DR. BEN PILA: Jan. 21. A classical chamber concert series. $25 and reservations are required. MEET THE ARTIST: MIKE THOMAS: Jan. 24. Reception and meet & greet. Included in general admission. GARDEN WATERCOLOR CLUB: Thursdays Jan. 25 March 9. Instructor Owen Jolly will lead the group through demonstrations, en plein air,Ž and self-directed activities. SUCCULENT GARDEN PLANTING: Jan. 27. Learn how to build a succulent garden and how to keep your succulents alive for years to come. $30 and reservations are required. DELICIOUS ITALY: FROM BEES TO CHEESE & WINE: Jan. 27. Delve into the history of how insects and insect-vectored diseases have shaped the food we eat and human history by exploring the art and science of food production in Italy from bees to cheese to wine. $15, reservations required. COUCH TO 5K TRAINING: Mondays and Thursdays through March 8. Training designed to motivate someone out of shapeŽ to be ready for the Carillon Classic 5K. Last meeting will be to run at the Carillon Classic 5K on March 10. Training sessions included in general admission; separate charge applies for Carillon Classic 5K. LUNCH & LEARN: SLIM BY DESIGN: Jan. 31. Groundbreaking tips for designing spaces that make positive changes by simply changing your environment. Included in general admission. PEAK BLOOM SPRING FESTIVAL: FEB-MARCH: Daily walking tours, special concerts, evening Carillon concerts and flower displays at Pinewood Estate. Included in general admission. A TASTE OF TUSCANY: Feb. 2. Learn how to prepare a Tuscan meal with ingredients fresh from the garden. $30, reservations required. HYPERTUFA CONTAINERS: Feb. 3. Learn how to make your own hypertufa container with master gardeners. $25, reservations required. FOUNDERS DAY WEEKEND CELEBRATION: Feb. 3-4. The historic iron Yellin gates will be open for visitors to cross the moat and guided tours of the exterior of the Tower. Included in general admission. YOGA AT THE GARDENS: Feb. 4 & 11. 60-minute yoga classes with Instructor Tracy Wynter. $10 per class. WHERE HAVE YOU BEAN ALL MY LIFE?: Feb. 8. Celebrate Heart Health month and learn delicious recipes featuring beans. $12, reservations required. WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP INSPIRED BY THE GARDENS: Feb. 10. An intense workshop for landscape and floral studies and the chance to paint en plein air in the Garden. $75, reservations required. GAR-TENDING: A HAPPY HOUR CELEBRATION: Feb. 10. Explore an evening of botanical inspired barŽ creations and happy hour inspired appetizers. Call for pricing. MEDITATION WITH TIBETAN & CRYSTAL SINGING BOWLS: Feb. 13. Sound healing with Reiki Master Kristen Tenpenny that leads to an in-depth journey of relaxation and expansion. $15, reservations required. FOR THE LOVE OF CHOCOLATE: Feb. 14. Learn how to make a dark chocolate syrup and add various flavors like brandy and herbs. Included in general admission. VALENTINES DAY CARILLON CONCERT: Feb. 14. The Singing Tower rings in romance and love. Included in general admission. BOK AFTER DARK: FALL IN LOVE: Feb 14. Ring in an evening of romance as Geert Dhollander plays the worlds most favorite love songs selected by our Facebook fans. Come early for dinner at the Blue Palmetto Caf and enjoy live music on the terrace from 5-7 p.m. Evening Carillon concert is at 7:30 p.m. Included in general admission. VALENTINES DAY DINNER AT PINEWOOD ESTATE: Feb. 14. Two seatings available from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., $300 per couple. FLORIDIAN CUISINE: QUICK & HEALTHY ME: Feb. 15. Join award-winning cookbook author and celebrity chef Warren Caterson in the Outdoor Kitchen for an intimate hands-on cooking class. Learn how to create delicious meals using a variety of seafood, poultry, and meat with locally grown fruits and vegetables. $45, reservations required. NATURE AWARENESS: Feb. 17. Learn the techniques and skills required to redefine your connection with nature, $25, reservations required. AN EVENING WITH MURIEL ANDERSON: Feb. 17. Experience a one of a kind musical and audio-visual performance by acclaimed musician Muriel Anderson, $25, reservations required. NATURAL BASKET MAKING: Feb. 18. A hands-on workshop and create useful, durable baskets from natural materials. $25, reservations required. PRESIDENTS DAY CARILLON CONCERT: Feb. 19. Commemorate the day with special concerts featuring patriotic musical selections. Included in general admission. YOGA AT THE GARDENS: Feb. 20 & 27. 60-minute yoga classes with Instructor Tracy Wynter. $10 per class FOODSCAPE REVOLUTION … YARD TO TABLE COOKING: Feb. 24. Brie Arthur shares her favorite recipes and time saving tips for preparing fresh produce grown in the foodscape, $15, reservations required. MUSIC AT PINEWOOD: DR. DEREK MENCHAN: Feb. 25. A classical chamber concert series, $25, reservations required. LUNCH & LEARN: MIND DIET: Feb. 28. Learn how to decrease the risk of Alzheimers disease through nutrition. Included in general admission. COOKING WITH WINE: REMOVING THE MYSTERY, DISCOVER THE BENEFITS: March 1. Join award-winning cookbook author and celebrity chef Warren Caterson in the Outdoor Kitchen for an intimate hands-on cooking class. Learn the advantages of cooking with wine and spirits while understanding the chemistry behind why wine makes food taste much better, $45, reservations required. SPRING GREETINGS: INTRO TO RELIEF PRINTMAKING W/MOLLIE DOCTROW: March 3. Share the spirit of Spring with handmade cards, tags, bags, and prints by learning drawing and design tips to make relief prints, $65, reservations required. PLANT TO PLATE WITH JOSH & EMILY JAMISON: March 8. Learn how to turn your own backyard into a forest garden and how to prepare a vegetarian meal from perennial vegetable crops. $35, reservations required. CARILLON CLASSIC 5K RUN/WALK: Mach 10. The sounds of the carillon will fill the air as runners traverse a challenging course. Call for pricing and reservations BEE KEEPING BASICS: March 10. An introduction to beekeeping. Learn how to prepare and what to expect with your first hive, $25, reservations required. HOLISTIC APPROACH TO STRESS MANAGEMENT: March 10. Learn how to instill calmness including art therapy, music therapy, meditation, yoga, and breath work, $45, reservations required. WINE WALK: March 10. Take a walk through the Gardens and sample from 10 carefully curated wines. Ticket includes tasting glass, samples and snacks. $30 including general admission, $16 members. MEDITATION WITH TIBETAN & CRYSTAL SINGING BOWLS: March 13. Sound healing with Reiki Master Kristen Tenpenny that leads to an in-depth journey of relaxation and expansion, $15, reservations required. LUNCH & LEARN: NON-TRADITIONAL USES FOR HERBS: March 14. Learn some new and delicious ways to use herbs in your cooking. Included in general admission. BOK AFTER DARK: AN EPIC FANTASY: March 15. Join Geert Dhollander as he presents an evening concert focused on fan favorites from the big screen like Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Star Wars and Star Trek. Come early for dinner at the Blue Palmetto Caf and enjoy live music on the terrace from 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Evening Carillon concert is at 7 p.m. Included in general admission. ST. PATRICKS DAY CARILLON CONCERT: March 17. Singing Tower Carillon performs favorites from the Emerald Isle. Included in general admission. FAMILY CAMPING ADVENTURE: March 17-18. A unique opportunity to camp out in the Gardens and explore nature, $25 per person, tent and reservations required. MUSIC AT PINEWOOD: DR. JONATHAN REED: March 18. A classical chamber concert series, $25, reservations required. FARM TO TABLE DINNER WITH CHEF AMY FREEZE: SPRING HAS SPRUNG: March 22. Enjoy a 4-course dinner will focused on in-season produce and refreshing spring drinks, $45, reservations required. ALL ABOUT OLIVES: March 24. Learn about Florida and Italian olive oil with explanations on how olive trees grow, pest and how olive oil is produced and evaluated, $15, reservations required. TIME FOR A CHANGE MEDITATION RETREAT: March 24. Join Reiki Master and Sound Healer Kristen Tenpenny as she shows how meditation can be fun and easy, $35, reservations required. LUNCH & LEARN: LIFESTYLE FOR A HEALTHIER YOU: March 28. Make simple changes to how you fill your plate to improve your health. Included in general admission. BOK AFTER DARK: ROCK THE BOK: March 29. Join Geert Dhollander as he presents an evening concert with the worlds best classic rock and arena anthems. Live music on the terrace from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Evening Carillon concert is at 7 p.m. Included in general admission. DIGITAL CAMERA SCHOOL AND PHOTO SAFARI AT BOK TOWER: March 31. Half-day digital photography basics, $100, reservations required. EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE: April 1. Easter morning worshippers offered complimentary admission to experience the Gardens own sunrise service. Free admission offered until 8 a.m. FERMENTATION FESTIVAL: April 7. Learn more about the culinary wonders of fermented foods. Several sessions available, call for pricing and reservations. MEDITATION WITH TIBETAN & CRYSTAL SINGING BOWLS: April 10. Sound healing with Reiki Master Kristen Tenpenny that leads to an in-depth journey of relaxation and expansion, $15, reservations required. LUNCH & LEARN: LANDSCAPE DESIGN WITH RAIN GARDENS: April 11. Reduce storm water runoff and learn how to incorporate rain gardens into an existing landscape. Included in general admission. PRUNING AND PROPAGATION: April 14. Learn the when, whys, and wheresŽ of pruning at this informative hands-on pruning workshop, $45, reservations required. XINA SCUDERI: THE SMALLEST DETAILS: April 27 … July 19. An exhibit of Xina Scuderi photographs featuring intense details of wildlife and nature. Included in general admission. BONSAI BASICS: April 28. Learn Japanese techniques to create miniature trees and take home a bonsai after the workshop, $40, reservations required. FARM TO TABLE DINNER WITH CHEF AMY FREEZE: SUMMER SALADS: May 3. Enjoy dinner featuring a variety of summer-themed salads, a decadent dessert, and cool summer drinks, $45, reservations required. CINCO DE MAYO: May 5. Learn how to set up an impressive taco bar along with cooking techniques, homemade salsas and handmade tortillas. $35, reservations required. MEET THE ARTIST: XINA SCUDERI: May 5. Reception and meet & greet. Included in general admission. NATIONAL PUBLIC GARDENS DAY: May 11. A national celebration, enjoy free admission to the gardens with vouchers from publicgardensday.org. MOTHERS DAY CONCERTS: May 13. Free admission offered to all mothers along with special music from the Singing Tower. ENERGIZE YOUR LIFE WITH KUNDALINI YOGA: May 19. Revitalize through the practice of Kundalini yoga and learn about the chakra system. $55, reservations required. ARMED FORCES DAY CONCERTS: May 19. A musical salute of gratitude. Free admission offered to all military veterans including active duty with valid ID. MEMORIAL DAY CONCERTS: May 28. A musical salute of gratitude. Free admission offered to all military veterans including active duty with valid ID. Peak Bloom Festival is sponsored by Visit Central Florida. Culinary events held in the Outdoor Kitchen are part of the Florida Food & Wine Series presented by Visit Central Florida.Bok Tower has a busy upcoming season FILE ARTBok Tower is reected from a moat around the tower as Sasha enjoys the view at a recent Bok Tower Gardens Dog Days of Summer event. PLACE YOUR YARD/GARAGE MOVING/ESTATE SALE HERE!Call Lora at 863.804.3279adno=3527980

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Page 21 SCHOOL NEWS Polk County high schools are getting ready for the holidays with some friendly competition for a good cause. Local high schools were invited this year to help raise donations for the Marine Corps Reserve Toys For Tots of Polk County High School Challenge. The schools took part in a good-natured contest to see which school can raise the most toys, books, and stocking stuffers to help brighten the holidays for underprivileged children in Polk County. The school that brings in the most donations will receive a large trophy during a celebration in January. This trophy will be maintained at the school for one calendar year before becoming a traveling trophyŽ that will stay with next years winner. Mulberry High has been doing a great job collecting donations. PEF gets grant The Consortium of Florida Education Foundations recently awarded Polk Education Foundation $127,619 in matching funds through the School District Education Foundation Matching Grant Program. Polk Reads received $48,639 to support its reading tutoring program. Members provide one-on-one reading tutoring to kindergarten-third grade public school students at selected school sites each year. During the 2016-2017 school year, members served at 10 Polk County Schools and tutored 482 students, providing more than 36,000 hours of service. Students received three, 30-minute, oneon-one tutoring sessions per week. These sessions will target the “ve components of effective reading instruction (phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary development, reading ”uency and reading comprehension strategies.) The STEaMing up Polk Schools grant program received $33,980, which was offered to schools in the form of grants. All K-12 public and charter schools had the opportunity to write a grant that would enhance STEM instruction at their school. Of that, $15,000 was dedicated for the School Matching Funds Grant program. This program invites schools to leverage funds from the community with the promise of a dollar for dollar match for programs that increase literacy, enhance STEM education, support low-performers, increase teaching quality, and support career/technical education. Additionally, $5,000 was committed to the Free Teacher Market, where teachers have the opportunity to register and shop for school supplies, incentives, organizational tools, and more without spending any money out of their own pockets. And $25,000 went to the Teacher to Teacher Idea Connection program. The Teacher to Teacher Connection is a mini-grant program which seeks out teachers that have developed and successfully used innovative teaching practices in their classrooms. As part of a layered network designed to improve student achievement, these teachers called developersŽ work with the Foundation over the course of a school year to help produce the Idea Catalog of Excellence in which their program is highlighted. Then, in the fall, new developers join with developer alumni to present their innovative programs at the Idea Expo. Teachers attending the Idea Expo have the opportunity to apply for an Adapter grant to receive funds to replicate a program they feel would bene“t their students.PEF awards $26,730 to area schools Polk Education Foundation awarded $26,730 in STEAM grants to Polk Schools. PEF awarded nine mini-grants to strengthen science, technology, engineering, arts and math … STEAM … initiatives at 13 schools. A students success with STEaM content lays the foundation for their interest in future scienti“c studies and subsequent STEaM careers. 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Page 22 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 BARTOW NEWS The staff here at Bartow Public Library wants to thank our community for all the support youve given us over the years. Weve been doing all we can to provide the best service to you, with bringing in new fiction and non-fiction reads, new DVDs and music, and new childrens activities for your entertainment and enlightenment. Were glad that so many of you stop by to use our library, both by renting out our materials and by using our public computers and study areas. We do what we can to make your experience at Bartow Library a pleasant one, which is why weve made our renovations of our building to improve access and to make a more colorful environment with new carpeting. As staff, we do what we can to make your library use successful and satisfying, from helping at the computers and finding titles on our shelves. One reason why we do so well is because our Library Director, Roxann Tovrea, encourages us staffers to do everything we can for our library users. Shes done a lot making sure we have the tools at hand, and that were attentive to your needs. Rox has spent a lot of time with our Friends of Bartow Library group of volunteers, who do an excellent job themselves in their support of our library, and thusly all of Bartow. Were sad to announce that Ms. Tovrea is retiring this month. While were going to be left in good hands with Vic Nunez, long-time librarian with a lot of experience here at Bartow and Polk County, were going to miss Roxs eagerness in her love and support towards the city of Bartow. We wish Roxann Tovrea well in her retirement, and hope she comes by once in a while to check out books and DVDs for her grandkids. Our library will conclude our Food for Fines drive covering overdue fees. If you bring in one can or boxed good that has not expired, you can pay $1 down on your overdues. This only applies to late items: all lost or damaged items need to be paid by cash or check. We will end this drive on Friday, Dec. 22. Weve already had a good response, and we hope we can get more food donations. We are hosting our Teen Anime Club from 4-5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 21. We hope to show Black CloverŽ while providing free popcorn and Pocky sticks. The library will close for the Christmas weekend starting Saturday, Dec. 23 and going into Tuesday, Dec. 26. We will re-open on Wednesday, Dec. 27. We wish you all a safe and enjoyable holiday season. A good way to keep up with library events is to visit our Facebook page at https://www. facebook.com/Bartow-PublicLibrary-73708406055/. If you are a member of our Friends of the Library, you can keep up with activities and book sales at https://www.facebook.com/ bartowpubliclibraryfriends/. Our address is 2150 S. 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Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Page 23 BARTOW NEWS BARTOW … Despite the city no longer allowing mobile or modular of“ces to be added to leased spaces at the municipal airports industrial park, the board gave the OK to the Polk County Sheriffs Of“ce to replace an existing of“ce space with a new one. Airport Director Cindy Barrow, in her “nal meeting before she retires on Jan. 4, told the board by granting this request, she feared more requests would be asked. Commissioner Trish Pfeiffer said she doesnt understand why this could not be granted. Being an industrial park, it doesnt seem like this would be unusual. John Helms, the incoming director, said when asked in the past while running the airport and industrial park in Marion County, it would be granted if there was an advantage for the airport in doing it. Barrow added there have been improvements before, but this is a replacement. The reason she is bringing this before the board is because the Sheriffs Of“ce is a good tenant which keeps the its grounds well, she said. In 1991, the Polk County signed a 25-year lease that would give the Sheriffs Of“ce authorization to build a hangar facility, of“ces, aircraft parking facilities and an access road to the site. The lease runs until Aug. 31, 2031. Currently, there are 29 people who work at the site at the airport and the sheriffs of“ce uses the facility for helicopters, marine units and various other equipment. The county is proposing a replacing a building with a 48 by 70 unit. It says its use has grown and no longer can “t in the space that is there. They have outgrown to meet the current modi“cations and this would replace it all at one time,Ž Barrow said. In 2005, a temporary modular of“ce was installed, and the Sheriffs Of“ce requested an extension of one year. The board approved the request under the condition that the Sheriffs Of“ce proceed immediately with plans to build a permanent facility. In March 2007, the airport asked for an update in which the Sheriffs Of“ce said it had a plan for a permanent building adjacent or connected to the existing hangar. There were a number of meetings, but no plans were submitted to the airport. In 2008 and 2009, when the recession hit and the Sheriffs Of“ce told the airport it had no plans to build because of this. The airport took no action, mostly due to the economy. Last year, the airport got a request from the Sheriffs Of“ce to replace the modular of“ce with a larger modular of“ce, possibly the size of triple wide. Earlier this month, the Sheriffs Of“ce sent another request to replace the unit. That brings us to today, with 14 years left on the lease. Over the last several years, we have had multiple requests to install mobile office units and they have been denied, and I dont believe the city is permitting them,Ž Barrow wrote to the board. Future requests for mobile/modular office space will be made, especially if this request is approved.Ž She recommended, though, that the replacement should be granted, but it should deny future requests from new tenants asking to place mobile of“ces on airport-leased property. In a unanimous vote, the board approved the request.PCSOs new building OKd at airport By JEFF ROSLOWJROSLOW@SCMGINC.COM PHOTO PROVIDEDPolk County has a lease for the following site at the Bartow Municipal Airport for the Sheris Oce. It was recently approved to replace what is labeled Building B with a 48 foot by 70 foot administration building. 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Page 24 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 The information is gathered from police, sheriffs of“ce, Florida Highway Patrol, jail and “re records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction and guilt or innocence is determined by the court system.POLICE BEAT Darlene Bradley, the mayor of Davenport, was given six months of probation in a plea deal where she was charged with using handicapped parking stickers of dead people. She has resigned from of“ce. Bradley pleaded no contest to unlawful use of a handicap placard, a misdemeanor. The Polk County Sheriffs Of“ce said the 60-year-old former mayor was not registered to use a disabled placard, but was parking in the designated spots at Davenports City Hall. Bradley was elected to the Davenport City Commission in 2013, and re-elected in 2015. Previously, the Davenport City Commission felt she should be removed from of“ce and unanimously voted to ask Gov. Rick Scott to suspend her. According to the towns city charter, she would be removed from of“ce if convicted. In November, the Sheriffs Of“ce got information that Bradley was parking in handicapped spots at Davenport City Hall, but was not known to be handicapped or have a placard issued to her. Deputies saw her parking in one of the designated handicapped spots, placing the placard on her mirror before exiting her car, and removing the placard again once she returned to her car. During a search warrant of her residence, deputies found two handicapped placards issued to two different victims, one of whom died in 2012, and one of whom died in 2015. Records obtained from the Of“ce of the Polk County Tax Collector con“rmed neither Bradley nor her husband, John Lepley, were issued either a disabled placard or a handicapped license plate by the State of Florida.Polk Sheriffs Charities donates $100,000 to Sheriffs Youth Ranches On Monday, Dec. 11, Sheriff Grady Judd and the Polk Sheriffs Charities Inc., board members presented a check for $100,000 to the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches at the Youth Villa facility in Bartow. The donation will fund a Polk Sheriffs Charities Scholarship House.Ž The house will help the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches staff assist recipients of the scholarship in transitioning from the structured environment to independent living. The youth and the staff at the Youth Villa in Bartow are very special to us, and we want to take some of the money weve raised through our charity to help them succeed even further, beyond the program. Were very excited to have this opportunity to change the lives of some very special young adults,Ž said Sheriff Grady Judd. The goals of the program are: € To provide scholarship students the opportunity to succeed, and become self-sustaining through their lifetime; € To establish a post-secondary educational and independent living skills home; € To improve academic performance; € To provide a safe, respectful, cooperative environment while furthering education and moving toward a more independent lifestyle; The allotted funds will be used to renovating an already-existing cottage at the facility to accommodate 12 scholarship recipients, with the goal of completion prior to the fall of 2018. Up to 12 young adults will live in shared living accommodations … much like a dorm or fraternity house … with a house parent/ resident advisor providing supervision, teaching independent living classes, tutoring, and helping the residents navigate their “rst two years of college, trade, or vocational school. House rules will be established, and scholarship students will lose their place in the scholarship house if they do not follow the rules. Man arrested for attempted robberyPolk County Sheriffs Of“ce Robbery detectives arrested Caleb Owens, 21, of Winter Haven on Thursday, Dec. 14, for attempted robbery. Owens allegedly attempted to rob the Circle K located at 4980 Spirit Lake Road in Winter Haven on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017, the sheriffs of“ce reported. According to the af“davit, Owens walked into the Circle K around 6:30 p.m. and approached the counter. Witnesses told detectives he had something inside his jacket pocket, but they werent sure if it was a gun. Owens, who was wearing a hoodie that generally disguised his face, demanded money from the cashier several times, implying he had a gun in his pocket, but each time the cashier refused. While attempting to rob the cashier, a customer gave the suspect $15 cash and told him it wasnt worth it.Ž The suspect immediately left the store, police reported. The clerk told detectives the cashier recognized the suspects voice, eyes, and body type and that he had frequented the store on a regular basis. After reviewing the video, surveillance detectives and witnesses were able to identify the suspect. Owens admitted to deputies he attempted to rob the Circle K and pretended to have a gun in his jacket pocket. Owens is being charged and transported to the Polk County Jail.Haines City firefighter named EMT of the YearHaines City “re“ghter Brenn Hines was chosen by the Florida Fire Chiefs Association to be awarded EMT of the Year, which will be presented with special recognition during the opening ceremony of the Fire-Rescue EAST in Daytona Beach Wednesday, Jan. 17. City of Haines Citys Capt. Ryan Russell nominated Hines for his sel”ess and heroic actionsŽ which saved a young boys life in August. Hines, spending a day at the beaches of Ana Maria Island, saw a lady offshore in distress. After carefully analyzing the situation, he realized her 7-year-old son was overcome by strong currents and progressively drowning. Hines went into the water and rescued the boy. Brenn has made our entire department, organization and the citizens of Haines City very proud,Ž said Russell. Right time, right place, but also right man for the job.Ž The mother of the young boy was “lled with such gratitude the story went viral and ended up on many news outlets including national coverage. We are very proud of Hines for being the recipient of this much-deserved award,Ž said Fire Chief Mossgrove. Its sel”ess employees like Hines that will push Haines City forward and make this organization a great example to the community.ŽDeputies arrest man for kidnapping, sexual battery On Saturday, Dec. 2, Polk County Sheriffs Of“ce deputies arrested a man for kidnapping and sexual battery of a minor, which occurred earlier that morning in the Davenport area. Travis Burton, 30, of Haines City, was charged with sexual battery on a 16-year-old girl, as well as kidnapping, for tying her up with rope, and binding her with tape, inside an unoccupied residence in Davenport, police reported. According to the af“davits, Burton punched the girl multiple times in the face shortly after she arrived at the residence where Burton was waiting. He then bound her with tape, cut off her underwear, and sexually battered the girl a total of four times throughout the early morning hours. The girl said Burton put a knife to her throat, and attached a dog leash to her neck. Burton later put the girl in a truck, and he drove until getting stuck in an orange grove. He then sexually battered her again in the truck. Deputies found the truck, with the girl inside, but Burton had ”ed on foot. When he was located, he told deputies that he had arranged for the girl to meet him, after contacting her on the Internet. He said that he agreed to pay the girl $300 for sex. They reportedly had a disagreement over the money, so she refused to leave, and Burton said that it, got a little rough.Ž Burton was charged with sexual battery on a minor over 12, kidnapping, burglary, aggravated child abuse and soliciting for prostitution.Man arrested after barricading himself, 3-year-old son On Thursday, Dec. 7, Elbert Hale Wampler III, 31, and his wife were in a verbal altercation at their Michelle Street home that turned physical. Wampler, who was heavily intoxicated, began throwing items in the home and breaking furniture. Also inside of the home was the couples 3-year-old son. The argument continued and Wampler screamed for his wife to leave the residence. Wampler grabbed the child from the mothers arms, and she ”ed the residence to call police, according to reports. When of“cers arrived, Wampler was inside the home alone with the boy, but was not responding to commands to come out. According to Wamplers wife, there was a handgun inside of the home. For fear of the safety of the small child, Winter Haven Police, along with the assistance from the Polk County Sheriffs Of“ce set up a perimeter in order to coax out Wampler. After about six hours, Wampler came out of the home. Of“cers were then able to enter the home and found the boy sleeping in his bedroom unharmed. Wampler was taken into custody without further incident and will be charged with domestic violence.Auburndale man arrested for trying to kill son On Wednesday, Nov. 29, Winter Haven Police arrested Danny Hawthorne, 52, 165 Rebecca Lane, Auburndale, after he pointed a handgun at his son, Artavious Hanford, 33, 307 Ave X NE, Winter Haven and “red one time. The shot missed Hanford and nobody was injured. Hanford immediately got into his vehicle and left the area to contact law enforcement. The argument stemmed from Hawthorne being upset with his son after being left at a business without a ride the previous day. This caused Hawthorne to have to walk home. On Nov. 29, Hanford went to 302 Ave U NE, Winter Haven, where his child lives with her mother. Hawthorne was there sitting on the porch with a friend who also lives at that same residence. When Hanford got out of his vehicle and approached the porch, the two began to argue, police reported. Hanford left the porch and started walking to his car when he looked back towards the porch and saw Hawthorne bending down beside the porch. According to reports, Hawthorne stood back up with a black gun in his hand and pointed it at his son stating, Im going to make you disappear!Ž Hawthorne then “red the gun one time missing Hanford. Hanford quickly got into his vehicle and left the property and called police. When of“cers arrived, a witness told them that they spotted Hawthorne walk over to the property of the Abundant Believers Church, 2101 2nd St NE, and of“cers surrounded the building. Commands were given for Hawthorne to exit the church, however he never responded, so a K-9 team entered the building ultimately locating Hawthorne and taking him into custody, police reported. Hawthorne was booked into the Polk County Jail on one count each of attempted felony murder and possession of “rearm by convicted felon.Davenport mayor resigns after plea deal BRADLEY OWENS HINES adno=3520327

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Page 26 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 and more exploration. On April 1, “ve bands will play at the Chicago International Music Festival at the Chicago Symphony Center, and on April 2, the students go home. There will be an evening concert at the Chicago Symphony Center on April 1, and the BHS band will play for 20 minutes. The band members will also attend a Chicago Symphony Orchestra concert on March 31. One of the more helpful elements of the trip is the workshop the students will attend. The workshop has faculty members who have worked all over the place,Ž said festival manager for the Chicago International Musical Festival, Brooklynn Daniels. We have worked with them in the past, and most are professors with universities, and the students love it. Its a cool opportunity for them, and its almost like a rehearsal with the faculty.Ž Bartow is the only one of the “ve bands appearing that will be playing at the festival for the “rst time. Other bands participating include The Harker School wind ensemble from San Jose, Calif., the Tesoro High School wind ensemble from San Juan Capistrano, Calif., the Arroyo High School wind ensemble from El Monte, Calif. and Concordia University from Ann Arbor, Mich. Eckman said going to Chicago is probably something memorable for the students in just that, but playing where they are going and seeing the symphony is above and beyond anything, both for the students and himself. Ill probably never have another point in my career to have a baton in my hand where the best orchestras in the world play,Ž he said. To be on the stage and stand in that place ƒ it will really move the band forward.Ž One student, Kevin Chen, a ninth grade ”utist, he understands what this means. Im really grateful I came in (to playing with the band),Ž the IB student said, adding doing something like this will be an amazing “eld trip.Ž Chen started at BHS this year and was not sure he wanted to go into the band. He started playing the ”ute in the “fth grade at Lawton Chiles Middle School, and before going to high school, he took the test, did well and went into the program. There, he has befriended many and feels like hes started a new family. Whether or not music is in his future is up in the air, he said. There are many opportunities out there for him, and music is one of them. Im not sure about what I want to do,Ž he admitted. I hope to stay with music and maybe be a teacher.Ž On the web site, people can donate to the band or donate money to a speci“c individual. The web site is run by a company called Snap. Eckman told the students about it and the band jumped right on it. Chen said it is easy to use. A representative from the company taught them how to use it, and the students learned it pretty easily. In my opinion, it has been effective in the money weve raised in the amount of time its been running. Its simple.Ž The web site is only one way in which the band is trying to raise money. The band has been holding fundraisers for the last few months since they heard they were invited to Chicago. They just completed a pie sale with the help of Perkins restaurant. There is also a rib sale coming up; and in mid-January, the annual Prism concert is coming. Prism, which has been held the last four years, has been a fundraiser for the band programs operations, but this year they are going to see if some money can help on the trip. The event is scheduled on Jan. 19 and 20 at the Bartow Civic Center, and is an interactive show in which different groups from the band rotate, with the performances taking place in all areas of the civic center. Featured in the performances are the jazz band, brass choir, marching band, drum line, dancers, wind ensemble, percussion ensemble, woodwind choir and symphonic band which play music all around the audience as the crowd is served a full dinner. Tickets for the Friday night dinner are $25, Saturday matinee is $15 and Saturday barbecue dinner is $20. Tickets can be purchased at yellowjacketband. ludus.com.BANDFROM PAGE 1 TO HELPTo donate money to the Bartow High Schools band trip to the Chicago Symphony, go to this link. It allows people to donate to the band itself or pick an individual in the band to donate to: https:// app.snap-raise.com/fundraisers/51533/participant/1196974?share_ type=email&donation_invite_id=15140311 There are other fundraisers coming to help the band. For those who want to donate individually, they can call the school at 863-534-7400 and ask for the band department. gym was repaired. Lake Wales Deputy Mayor Robin Gibson said the LWHS gym would not likely be repaired until the spring of 2018. Lake Wales City Manager Ken Fields said that as a result of all the expressed need for more recreational facilities, the issue would likely be placed on a future city ballot for residents to vote on by referendum. On Dec. 9, Kirkland Gym was packed with young athletes playing basketball. Parents and children not playing were milling about because there are not many places to sit inside. Outside the gym, LWHS basketball coach Don Grant was talking to some of the parents and further described the problem. Grant said the LWHS gym ”ooded back in October, and said he did not understand why it was taking so long to repair it. While LWHS is administered by the Lake Wales Charter School Board of Trustees, Grant said it was Polk County School Board staff doing the repairs at LWHS. He alleged after the ”ooding, LWHS school staff reached out to school staff at Roosevelt Academy, a school administered by the Polk County School Board in Lake Wales for help and were refused. Grant further said that the ”ooding has resulted in his high school varsity and junior varsity basketball teams having to play every one of their games on the road this season. Washington made the same allegation about Roosevelt Academy, and said he did not have con“dence that the mayor would be able to successfully mediate the problem. Last week, the newspaper reached out to the Polk County School Board to “gure out why it was taking so long to repair the damages and why staff at Roosevelt Academy were refusing to help out in the meantime. According to Polk County Public Schools Senior Analyst for Media Relations Kyle Kennedy, while LWHS is administered by the Lake Wales Charter School Board of Trustees, the property is owned and maintained by the Polk County School Board. Even though Lake Wales High is a charter school, we still own the property,Ž Kennedy said. Per Florida statutes, the District is responsible for the maintenance of the facility. The ”ooding occurred the weekend of Oct. 21. Facilities staff immediately contacted a contractor to dry out and possibly save the ”oor. They spent two weeks working on the ”oor, but were ultimately unsuccessful.Ž Kennedy said the school board only received one bid to complete the repairs. We have to rebid the project to comply with existing procedures,Ž Kennedy said. Once we receive the bids, the district will award the project. The work will probably not be completed until early 2018. District staff are doing their best to have this project completed as soon as possible. In the meantime, Lake Wales High would be able to use the gym at Roosevelt Academy. Our athletics department has initiated the process and we are awaiting more information from LWHS to make that happen.Ž LWHS Principal Donna Dunson said she was grateful for the help. The coaches are working to “nd a way to manage the inconvenience; we will be happy when the gym is restored,Ž Dunson said. Fultz has subsequently said that he is glad this issue seems to be resolved and repeated that a voter referendum on whether to spend more city funding on recreation is likely. Normally, city votes take place in April, but Fields said a referendum would not likely be on the ballot in April 2018, adding that it would probably be on the ballot the following year.LWHSFROM PAGE 1 PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER IIILake Wales Police Athletic League President Darryl Washington, center, said since the ooding at LWHS, he has had to seek help from sta at Kirkland Gym and area churches for space for his kids to play ball.

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Page 27 Polk County Fire Rescue collected and donated toys for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Foundation. During the 2017 annual Holiday Awards Banquet Tuesday night, Dec. 12, a brand new Polk County Fire Rescue ambulance was packed with toys for the cause. About 500 toys were collected and will be delivered to Toys for Tots. The Toys for Tots objective to help less fortunate children experience the joy of Christmas and send a message of hope for a brighter future is something we are proud to support,Ž said Chief Anthony Stravino. Polk Fire has been collecting toys and donating them to Toys for Tots for more than 10 years. Cypress Trust acquires CenterState BankCypress Trust Company acquired the personal trust business of CenterState Bank N.A. The transition will occur over the next several months. We are excited to acquire a personal trust business that began in the 1960s to serve clients in the greater Jacksonville area,Ž said Jay Chigurupati, chairman and CEO, Cypress Trust Co. The transaction also enables us to serve potential clients in signi“cant markets in the state of Florida.Ž Cypress Trust Company provides investment management and trust services through its of“ces in Winter Haven, Palm Beach, Naples and Vero Beach. With the transaction, the Company will expand into Jacksonville and the CenterState Trust department team will become employees of Cypress Trust Co. The acquisition includes approximately 120 relationships … each with multiple accounts and increases the Cypress Trust Co. personal trust business by 15 percent.Nominations are open The George W. Harris Leadership Bartow Award each year is awarded to a member of the Leadership Bartow Alumni who has provided consistent leadership in enhancing Bartows quality of life. It is the Greater Bartow Chamber of Commerces most prestigious award and will be presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting planned Saturday, Jan. 27. Any Chamber member is eligible to nominate a candidate. Deadline for nominations is Monday, Jan. 8. For more information, call 863-533-7125. Nominations are open for the George W. Harris, Jr. Leadership Award. Choose from all graduates of Bartow Chambers Leadership classes and the steering committee. The Chambers Leadership Bartow program was established in 1984 to enhance the civic participation of emerging leaders within the greater Bartow area. Every two years, Leadership Bartow selects the best and brightest individuals in the Bartow area to participate in the two-year program oriented to developing leadership skills, fostering understanding of the major issues facing the Bartow area, improving the communications network among leaders of different backgrounds and interests and, most importantly, motivating them to contribute through voluntary participation in civic activities.Racquetball courts at NERP closing The racquetball courts at Northeast Regional Park, 50901 US U.S. 27 in Davenport, will be undergoing renovation from Dec. 18…Feb. 2. During this time, they will be closed to use. Those with questions can call 863-534-4340.In-Gauge conducting free ladies only classes In-Gauge of Polk County, a private, non-pro“t, NRA af“liated organization, will be conducting two free ladies only, handgun cleaning clinics in the month of January. The clinics are open to women of legal age who own a handgun. Participants are urged to bring their dirty handgun and their own cleaning supplies. For those who do not own a cleaning kit, kits will be available at a nominal charge. Clinics are planned at 1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11 and Thursday, Jan. 25. Seating is limited. And pre-registration is required. For information and to register, call Pat at 863-206-1996.Bush Family Toy Drive this weekendThis Saturday the Bush Family Toy Drive will have its 10th annual Christmas party where children celebrate the holiday early and come home from the Carver Recreation Center with toys and holiday cheer. Running from 1-6 p.m. at the center on Idlewood Drive in Bartow, what started as small giveaway by Willie Bush has turned into an all day party that draws hundreds of people. Bush, a preacher and dry cleaning store owner in Bartow, was known in the community for his generosity. He was a frequent helper to people in the community. He delivered toys to needy people for Christmas and helped many children get scholarships, while encouraging them to continue their education to make their lives better. About three years before Willie died in 2008, his family turned his trips to needy families at Christmas into the toy drive. His son, Marshall Bush, said they suggested to him why not set up the toy drive and have people come to them instead of traveling around and helping those in need. It started slowly, with only two or three people showing up the “rst year. The second year, there were about 500 people. And in the last seven years or so, about 1000 attend. Now it is not just for the needy, but it is for everyone, Marshall Bush said. Every child should experience a happy time during Christmas as well as know the reason for it, he said. Last year about 1,200 children and families came. Sponsorships are available and donations of new toys are appreciated, organizers said. Those interested can contact Bush at 407-6559776 or Lisa Williams at 407-879-1091. Fire Rescue teams up with Toys For Tots PHOTO PROVIDEDPolk County Fire Rescue is excited to once again collect and donate toys for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Foundation. During the 2017 annual Holiday Awards Banquet Tuesday night, Dec. 12, a brand new Polk County Fire Rescue ambulance was packed with toys for the cause. Approximately 500 toys were collected and will be delivered to Toys for Tots. The Toys for Tots objective to help less fortunate children experience the joy of Christmas and send a message of hope for a brighter future is something we are proud to support,Ž said Chief Anthony Stravino. Polk Fire has been collecting and donating toys for Toys for Tots for more than 10 years.The Florida RV Trade Association has planned the 33nd Annual 2018 Florida RV SuperShow, Wednesday, Jan. 17-21, at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa. The 2018 SuperShow will have representation from every major RV manufacturer, as well as hundreds of accessory booths exhibitors. We will have more Suppliers booths and every type, size and style of RV on the market,Ž said marketing director David Kelly. With the addition of new entertainment and more seminars, were anticipating record crowds this year. Were also renewing the 2-day pass so the public will have two full days to see everything at the SuperShow at no additional cost.Ž The theme of the 2018 Florida RV SuperShow is Wherever You Roam, Youre Always at Home.Ž With hundreds of RVs on display and educational seminars, the SuperShow is a place to trade-in the old RV or get all the information you need to get acquainted with the RV lifestyle. And some of Floridas “nest campgrounds and resorts will have booth exhibits to show attendees the best camping opportunities found anywhere. Also, a huge display of camping accessories and supplies will be found in the Camping World Store. A favorite of all visitors to the SuperShow is the entertainment. From clowns and unicycle riders to Barbershop Quartets and BagPipe Bands, the SuperShow has enough entertainment to keep everyone busy the entire day. Seminars are presented throughout the day at the SuperShow. National RV Writer Bob Marx will host two seminars daily. RVing 101-What You Will Need to KnowŽ shows what to expect as an RV owner, and helps those who are interested in purchasing an RV which one is right for their particular lifestyle. And Full Time & Extended RV TravelŽ explains how RV travelers deal with banking, bill paying, telephone communications, e-mail, mail forwarding, medical care and other concerns while on the road for extended periods of time. Additional seminars include Basic RV Maintenance, Weight and Tire Issues, Generator Maintenance and Guided RV Tours. The Super Rally celebrates its 31st year at the SuperShow. Admission to the SuperShow is $10 for adults, and that includes a second day admission for the cost of one day. Children under 16 are free. The event is from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. WednesdaySaturday and from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. Wednesday is Senior Citizens Day with seniors receiving $1 off the cost of admission. For information, call 813741-0488, or visit www. frvta.org.Super Rally plans 31st annual show Specializing in Secondary Roads 863-679-5283 All Material Available For Pickup or We Can Deliver, Spread and Compact For You!Free Estimates We Offer Complete Tree and Land Clearing Services We Offer All Types of Concrete Work WE SELL PROPANE Including MOTOR HOMES! 24 HR ON/OFFSITE WELDINGFabrication Emergency Servicesadno=3520232

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Page 28 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 WINTER HAVEN … Winter Haven Medical Centers MBMG cut the ribbon to a new future with their Winter Haven facility, accompanied by the Greater Winter Haven Chamber of Commerce, last Wednesday. According to Anthony Feliciano, massage therapist with MBMG, who has his own private practice as well as his work in Winter Haven, I dont have the resources like this … its all under one roof.Ž Noting patients get frustrated for being sent to numerous facilities for their treatment, he said this is more of a total approach.Ž And that is, said Amanda Jo Nicholson of the Greater Winter Haven Chamber of Commerce, For the patient, it is incredible.Ž Feliciano agreed, noting, We dont want to send you all over creation to see a specialist.Ž What we do here is a total approach to health and well being, and just really caring for the patients. I do massage therapy, been doing that for 14 years. We also offer electric stimulation, cold laser therapy, ultrasound, heat and cold therapy, paraffin wax, the water table and some exercise.Ž Patients must first register with the practice and they meet with Dr. Carlos Martinez so he can evaluate them to make sure there are no contraindications. Dr. Nicholas Waslyn, chiropractor will be working at the Winter Haven facility Tuesday and Thursdays until the Lakeland office opens, then will work one day here and one day there. Its a great concept, its a one stop everything … if you need dental, if you need chiropractic, massage, medicine, instead of going all different places and it is affordable. Its what everybody could use, I think it is happening in the future,Ž he said. A lot of people cant afford big insurances anymore. I am really blessed to be a part of this in its infancy.Ž Diane BarreraWaslyn, his wife, added, One of the benefits also is that all the practitioners on the same site, they can consult with each other.Ž Very quickly,Ž he added. Instead of going through all the paperwork.Ž The site accepts CarePlus, Coventry, Freedom Health, Optimum, Simply, WellCare, Medicare and other insurances. The Winter Haven office is located at 410 1st St. S. The center offers advanced treatment to relieve the pain of arthritis in different joints with the goal to be able to avoid surgery, when possible. Among those who attended the ribbon cutting, included Polk State College President Dr. Angela Falconetti, Dr. Martha Santiago (who is running for county commission), Rep. Sam Killebrew, and Winter Haven City Commissioners Brad Dantzler and Nat Birdsong. We know you are going to be a success, because you are already a success,Ž Birdsong said. Jorge Fonseca of MDMG told everyone, We are thrilled to be here in Winter Haven.Ž Cari Herrington, business officer manager at All About Aging decided to try out the water bed.Ž A bed that resembles a patient bed, there is one unique thing about it … similar to a massage table, it uses jets of water and heat to soothe tired bones and muscles. Its softer, gentler,Ž she said, than massage chairs that one would find, for example, at a nail salon when getting a pedicure. And by the smile on her face after her five minute trial treatment, she seemed to enjoy that time. Medical needs all in one placeBy KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZKLBERKOWITZ@SCMGINC.CO PHOTOS BY KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ Winter Haven Medical Centers by MBMG cut the ribbon on their facility this past week, with the Greater Winter Haven Chamber of Commerce in attendance. Cari Herrington, business oce manager at All About Aging, decides to try out the water bed,Ž a patient water bed that has massage jets of water and heat to soothe tired muscles and bones. With her is massage therapist, Anthony Feliciano. Dr. Carlos Martinez (primary care physician at Winter Haven Medical Center) and Jorge Fonseca, (Regional Director) of Miami Beach Medical Group receive a plaque celebrating the ribbon cutting of the Winter Haven facility. Dr. Martha Santiago, who is running for county commission, welcomes everyone to the ribbon cutting, giving one welcome in Spanish and one in English. Behind her is Dr. Angela Falconetti, president of Polk State College.

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Page 29 HEALTH and WELLNESS After serving as managing partner of Watson Clinic for the past 15 years, Dr. Louis S. Saco said he plans to resume the practice of medicine on a full-time basis. Saco will focus exclusively on the mission closest to his heart … the ability to serve the medical needs of his patients … as he continues to operate gastroenterology practice from Watson Clinic Main in Lakeland. Saco has served as managing partner since 2002, and has ushered the clinic through a tremendously dynamic period of growth and transformation, Watson Clinic claimed. During his tenure, he has nurtured the addition of several locations including the Cancer & Research Center, Womens Center, Dermatology at Sun City Center, Dermatology at Zephyrhills, Bella Vista Building, the relocation of Plant City, Highlands, XpressCare at Highlands, Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, and the Bartow Gynecology facilities. Additionally, his leadership has seen the number of Watson Clinic physicians and medical providers increased by more than 40 percent. Dr. John R. Ellington Jr., a long-time partner and board-certi“ed OB-GYN who has had a 40-year career with Watson Clinic, will assume the role of interim managing partner. In the coming months, the Clinic will elect a long-term replacement to occupy the position.Polk County senior meals services transferring Beginning Jan. 1, Mid-Florida Community Services will begin offering services for eligible elders in Polk County. These services, previously offered through Polk Countys Board of County Commissioners, include home-delivered meals, congregate meal dining and transportation services to meal sites, and in-home services of homemaker and respite for caregivers. Mid-Florida Community Services has been meeting regularly for the past year with the Area Agency on Aging and Polk County Elderly Services to ensure a seamless transition with minimal service disruption. MFCS, headquartered in Brooksville, is one of approximately 1,000 Community Action Agencies nationwide. They currently provide a broad range of programs, such as the Senior Services, Head Start, Community Services, Transportation, Child Advocacy Center, Energy Assistance and Weatherization, across six counties including Hernando, Pasco, Citrus, Sumter, Lake and Volusia. Polk County and the Senior Connection Center urge older adults and their caregivers who are in interested in receiving such services as home-delivered meals, homemaking, transportation services, or caregiver support to contact the Elder Helpline at 1-800-96-ELDER. An Elder Helpline specialist can assist you in applying for services as well as identifying and making referrals to local resources.Blood center encourages donation The Winter Haven Hospital Community Blood Center is planning several blood drives this month. Walmart stores will receive a visit from one of the bloodmobiles from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. and donors receive a $5 Walmart gift card, a free wellness check-up that includes a check of blood-pressure and hemoglobin levels, along with a cholesterol screening. On Dec. 16, donors can “nd the bus at the Winter Haven Walmart, 7450 Cypress Gardens Blvd. On Dec. 23, the bus will be at the Auburndale store, 2120 U.S. 92 W. And on Dec. 30, the bus will stop at another Winter Haven store, 355 Cypress Gardens Blvd. The Community Blood Center will mark Donor Appreciation Day on Dec. 19 with a drive sponsored by Chick-Fil-A. The event is planned from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the center, located at 460 First St. N., Winter Haven. Donors at that drive will receive a free long-sleeved T-shirt, and either a Chick-Fil-A sandwich or an 8-count order of nuggets. They will also get a free wellness check-up. The Community Blood Center is the sole provider of blood and blood products to Winter Haven Hospital, Winter Haven Womens Hospital and Lake Wales Medical Center. The center has a need for O-negative, A-negative, B-negative and B-positive donations, though all blood types are encouraged to donate. If your blood type is A-positive and you have about 2-3 extra hours to spare every 2 to 3 weeks, you could be a platelet donor. Call 863-297-1840 and ask for details.Better Eating lunch, dinner next monthLakeland Regional Health wants residents to jumpstart their New Years resolutions at two free Living Well + Eating Better community gatherings on Thursday, Jan. 18. Special guest Dr. Donald Hensrud, a Mayo Clinics Healthy Living Program Director, is scheduled to motivate guests as he brings to life the essentials of The New York Times bestselling book, The Mayo Clinic Diet.Ž Each guest will receive a complimentary copy of the hardcover book to bring home for continued use. Lunch will be served during the afternoon program from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., and a dinner will be prepared from 5-7 p.m. … all featuring recipes from The Mayo Clinic Diet.Ž Lakeland Regional Health dietitians, physical therapists and community health experts will be on hand to screen guests for balance, blood glucose levels, blood pressure, body mass index and weight. In addition, Mayo Clinic Clinical Dietitian Elizabeth Bailey will make a special appearance to lead breakout sessions on the best ways to apply the books messages to everyday life and talk one on one with guests. According to the Florida Department of Health, 71.5 percent of residents in Polk County are obese or overweight. Obesity among the youth and adults in our community continues to be a concern, as does ensuring that families have access to nutritionally adequate foods,Ž said Dr. Timothy J. Regan, Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center President and Lakeland Regional Health Chief Medical Of“cer. Lakeland Regional Health is committed to providing education and wellness outside of the walls of our patient exam rooms and strengthening the health of our community.Ž Those who attend the event will receive participatory gifts and enrollment in an ongoing discussion on healthy eating and active living. To RSVP, call 863-6871400 or visit https:// livingwelleatingbetter. eventbrite.com. Space is limited, and the deadline to RSVP is Jan. 10.Dietitians earn certification Watson Clinic registered dietitians Rita D. Harrison and Nancy Ulm recently completed the Certi“cate of Training in Adult Weight Management, an intensive training program offered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration, the credentialing agency for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. This certi“cate is given to those who possess a comprehensive knowledge of their “eld, and demonstrate an ability to provide long-term guidance to patients with weight management challenges. As many as two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese,Ž said Harrison. This alarming statistic also points to an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease and other chronic and life-threatening illnesses. These patients can bene“t from the guidance of a registered dietitian.Ž Watson Clinics Dietary Counseling and Medical Nutrition Therapy department works closely with patients of all ages to provide reliable guidance on nutrition, “tness, weight management and other methods for achieving a healthier lifestyle. Our department provides Medical Nutrition Therapy which requires careful consideration of each patients individual dietary needs,Ž said Ulm. Registered dietitians offer evidence-based practices, which makes them the most reliable source for nutrition guidance.Ž Watson Clinics team of registered dietitians counsel patients from Watson Clinic Main at 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd. in Lakeland. Appointments are arranged through a Watson Clinic physician referral. For information, call 863-680-7490.Saco returns to practice DR. LOUIS SACO adno=50527179

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Page 30 Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Chase the State PHOTOS BY JEFF ROSLOWBartow High Schools varsity cheerleaders during its exhibition at the Chase the State competition at Bartow High School. The cheerleaders won rst place in the Large Co-Ed category. Uriel Sanchez holds aloft Marassa English with the rst place banner as Bartow High Schools cheerleaders won rst place Saturday in the Chase the State competition in the Large Co-Ed category. Lake Wales cheerleaders during their exhibition at the Chase the State compeition at Bartow High School. Shelby Hall, left, a junior at Bartow High School, gets a congratulatory hug from Brianna Clark after the schools cheerleaders were announced as the rst place winners Saturday at the Chase the State competition held at Bartow High School. It was in the Large Co-Ed division in which BHS won. Jada Robinson comes tumbling down during Bartow High Schools junior varsity exhibition Saturday at the Chase the State event at Bartow High School. Below is Miles Martin and Henry Roslow. BHS was the only team in the JV Co-Ed category in the compeition. There were a total of nine JV teams that competed.

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The citrus industry already was struggling with deadly citrus greening disease before Hurricane Irma devastated many groves in September. Congress needs to act quickly and pass signi“cant disaster relief for growers battered by Hurricane Irma and citrus greening,Ž Buchanan, a co-chairman of the Florida delegation, said in a prepared statement. Buchanan also is pushing to include a measure that would reduce the cost to growers for replacing trees damaged by Irma or citrus greening. The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimated Florida will grow enough oranges to “ll a decades-low 46 million 90-pound boxes, 8 percent less than in a November estimate. Meanwhile, grapefruit production held at 4.65 million boxes in the November to December estimates. With the states agriculture industry taking at least a $2.5 billion hit from Irma in September, the federal projections represent a 15 percent reduction in orange production since an initial estimate was made in October for the current growing season. It also is a 33 percent drop from production during the past growing season. Grapefruit production, while unchanged from November, is down 40 percent from the past season. Shannon Shepp, executive director of the Florida Department of Citrus, said the forecast magni“es the need for Congress to provide disaster. The citrus industry accounted for at least $760 million of Floridas storm-related agriculture damage. Florida citrus growers are making decisions on next seasons crop now, and they need to know they have the support necessary to keep this American icon alive,Ž Shepp said. Irma uprooted trees and left many groves in standing water for up to three weeks, creating damage that is expected to impact the industry for years. Mark Hudson, U.S. Department of Agriculture state statistician, said the reduction in the orange forecast is due in part to a higher percentage of fruit dropping unripe from trees. Growers are projected to produce enough Valencia oranges to “ll about 27 million boxes, while the non-Valencia variety is expected to “ll about 19 million boxes. Navel orange production accounted for 500,000 of the non-Valencia boxes. Florida growers had annually “lled more than 100 million boxes of citrus since 1950. By contrast, growers produced 68,750 boxes of oranges during the 2016-2017 season. The industry has for most of the past decade been battling citrus greening disease, which is deadly to the fruit, and Hurricane Irmas path across the state decimated many growers for the current season. Rep. 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The News Wire Wednesday, December 20, 2017 STATE € NATIONAL € WORLD € BUSINESS € WEATHER Board games get messyPlastic toilets that squirt water, soggy dogs that shake and whipped cream thats flung at faces: The newest board games are messy and popular enough to keep kids away from their screens. See page 5 NEW YORK „ It began with a news story, and then a tweet, and suddenly it seemed like everything had changed overnight. 2017 will forever be known as the Year of the Reckoning. Or, more precisely, the year of the beginning of the reckoning. Because at years end, the phenomenon of powerful men being knocked off their perches by allegations of sexual misconduct „ in Hollywood, on morning television, in chic restaurant kitchens, in the U.S. Senate „ showed no signs of slowing. Each morning, we awoke to ask: Whos next?Ž To that question, we should also add, What next?Ž Because as the year drew to a close, many were also wondering just how deep and lasting the change would prove, going forward. Was this, indeed, the cultural earthquake many have called it? Or was there a chance it might all eventually slip away? We cant be sure,Ž says Gloria Steinem. But what I CAN be sure of is that this is the “rst time Ive seen women being believed.Ž And that, says the feminist author, is profoundly different.Ž Whatever forces had been stirring under the surface, it all burst into the open with an October scoop in the New York Times, a story alleging shocking misconduct by Harvey Weinstein. The powerful producers misbehavior had long been the subject of whispers, but it was actress Ashley Judd who “nally gave a well-known name to the allegations „ a crucial launching point for what followed. Her account of a hotel-room encounter in which Weinstein asked her to give him a massage or watch him shower sounded familiar to many others, who were inspired in the ensuing days to come forward with their own allegations against Weinstein, from harassment to assault to rape. To date, some 80 women have come forward; Weinstein still denies all nonconsensual sex. Then came the tweet heard round the world. If all the women who have been sexually harassed WASHINGTON „ Jubilant Republicans pushed on Tuesday to the verge of the most sweeping rewrite of the nations tax laws in more than three decades, a deeply unpopular bill they insist Americans will learn to love when they see their paychecks in the new year. President Donald Trump cheered the lawmakers on, eager to claim his “rst major legislative victory. Perhaps emblematic of the stumbles along the way, there was one last hiccup. Speaker Paul Ryan, who has worked years toward the goal of revamping the tax code, gleefully pounded the gavel on the “nal House vote, but then it turned out it wasnt “nal after all. The Senate still expected to pass the legislation Tuesday night, but the plan to send it on to Trump for his signature had to be scrapped. Democrats noted that three provisions violated Senate rules and had to be removed. So the massive bill will be hauled back across the Capitol for the House to re-vote on Wednesday. GOP House members roared and applauded as their chamber passed the $1.5 trillion package largely along party lines, 227203. Ryan declared, This was a promise made. This is a promise kept,Ž as he and other GOP leaders convened a victory news conference moments later. The Senate was still on track to approve the package that will touch every American taxpayer and every corner of the U.S. economy, providing steep tax cuts for businesses and the wealthy, and more modest help for middleand low-income families. Despite Republican talk of spending discipline, the bill will push the huge national debt ever higher. After the delay for a second House vote, the measure then heads to Trump who is aching for a win after 11 months of legislative failures and non-starters. The president tweeted his congratulations to GOP leaders and all great House Republicans who voted in favor of cutting your taxes!Ž Congressional Republicans, who faltered badly in trying to dismantle Barack Obamas Affordable Care Act, see passage of the tax bill as crucial to proving to Americans they can govern „ and imperative for holding onto House and Senate majorities in next years midterm elections. They have repeatedly argued the bill will spur economic growth as corporations, ”ush with cash, increase wages and hire more workers. But they acknowledge they have work to do in convincing everyday Americans. Many voters in surveys see the legislation as a boost to the wealthy, such as Trump and his family, and a The Year of #MeToo: A scoop, a tweet, and then a reckoning GOP on the verge of huge tax overhaul „ with one hiccupBy JOCELYN NOVECKAP NATIONAL WRITERBy STEPHEN OHLEMACHER and MARCY GORDONASSOCIATED PRESS TAX | 3 METOO | 3 AP PHOTOThis combination photo shows, top row from left, Kevin Spacey, Brett Ratner, Louis C.K., Distin Homan, and bottom row from left, former Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., former TodayŽ morning co-host Matt Lauer and former CBS This MorningŽ co-host Charlie Rose, all of whom have been accused of sexual misconduct. AP PHOTOSIn this Monday photo, female giant panda cub Xiang Xiang climbs a tree during a press preview at the Ueno Zoological gardens in Tokyo. Xiang Xiang, which means fragrance in Chinese, was born in June at Tokyos Ueno Zoo to its resident panda. Panda maniaTOKYO „ Tokyos new baby panda debuted formally Tuesday, immediately melting the hearts of hundreds of lucky fans who managed to obtain zoo tickets, many wearing panda-themed clothes. Xiang Xiang, which means fragrance in Chinese, was born in June at Tokyos Ueno Zoo to its resident panda. The zoo and its neighborhood have celebrated the female pandas healthy growth, especially after the death of a days-old baby “ve years ago. Kawaii (cute)!Ž screamed many visitors, their voices “lling the panda house during the 2 hour viewing session, as Xiang Xiang crawled on the ground, followed her mother Shin Shin, climbed a tree and played with bamboo branches. The visitors held up smartphones trying to capture every antic of the slow-moving baby panda during their less than 10 minutes of viewing time. Many visitors decorated themselves or their children with panda motifs on hats, scarves and even shoes and jackets, or wore black-and-white jackets. In and outside the zoo, panda goods of all kinds were on sale, including stuffed panda dolls, cookies, sweet buns and bread. Some shopkeepers wore panda costumes. Only 2,000 people were allowed into the panda house, with tickets distributed through a lottery. Zoo of“cials said Xiang Xiangs public appearances will be limited for the time being to minimize the stress.Tokyo baby panda melts hearts of fans in debutASSOCIATED PRESSTALLAHASSEE „ Florida of“cials “rst-come, “rst-served system for dozens of new methadone-treatment licenses resulted in applicants camping out in tents with sleeping bags, coolers and, in one case, a gun, to be “rst in line. Pictures of applicants lounging in chairs outside the Department of Children and Families headquarters in Tallahassee are among the documents “led by methadone-treatment providers in a challenge to an emergency rule that resulted in the type of activities usually associated with fans lining up for tickets to a concert or a major sporting event. Instead, the people camped out were vying to be “rst in line as workers at the state agency unlocked the doors at 8 a.m. on Oct. 2, when the application period for the methadone-treatment licenses opened. Three nonpro“t treatment providers who lost out on getting some of 49 new licenses are arguing, in an administrative challenge “led Dec. 11, that the Department of Children and Families wrongly created an emergency rule that is unfair to potential vendors and could leave poor drug addicts in the lurch. At least 16 other providers are expected to join the challenge. Florida of“cials this summer decided to double the number of methadone clinics in the state as part of a $27 million federal grant aimed at curbing opioid addiction and overdoses. Under an old rule, criteria used to pick the methadone medication-assisted treatment providers included the number of years applicants had been licensed to provide substance abuse services; the applicants organizational capabilityŽ to provide treatment; and the providers history of noncompliance with the departments rules. In August, the Department of Children and Families issued an emergency rule aimed at expediting the new licenses. The new rule, “nalized in September, gave providers the ability to submit applications for licenses on a “rst-come, State challenged on methadone licenses after campoutBy DARA KAMTHE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA CAMPOUT | 3 In this Monday photo, female giant panda cub Xiang Xiang eats bamboo during a press preview at the Ueno Zoological gardens in Tokyo.

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Page 2 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Wednesday, December 20, 2017 TODAY / TONIGHTAreas of fog in the morning Mainly clear and mildHIGH 81 LOW 640% chance of rain 5% chance of rainTimes of sun and clouds81 / 580% chance of rain THURSDAY GULF WATER TEMPERATUREMostly sunny83 / 600% chance of rain FRIDAYPartly sunny83 / 615% chance of rain SATURDAYSunshine and patchy clouds80 / 6125% chance of rain MONDAYTimes of clouds and sun82 / 6010% chance of rain SUNDAY 1 3 4 3 1 0 Trees Grass Weeds Moldsabsentlowmoderatehighvery highabsent 050100150200300500 480-50 Good; 51-100 Moderate; 101-150 Unhealthy for sensitive groups; 151-200 Unhealthy; 201-300 Very Unhealthy; 301-500 HazardousSource : scgov.net 8 a.m. 10 a.m. Noon 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m.The higher the AccuWeather.com UV Index’ number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection. 0-2 Low; 3-5 Moderate; 6-7 High; 8-10 Very High; 11+ Extreme.RealFeel Temperature is the exclusive AccuWeather. com composite of effective temperature based on eight weather factors.UV Index and RealFeel Temperature TodayPrecipitation (in inches)Precipitation (in inches)Precipitation (in inches)Temperatures Temperatures TemperaturesSource : National Allergy Bureau CONDITIONS TODAY AIR QUALITY INDEX POLLEN INDEX WEATHER HISTORY WEATHER TRIVIA’ PORT CHARLOTTE SEBRING VENICE667682817973Air Quality Index readings as of TuesdayMain pollutant: ParticulatesPunta Gorda through 2 p.m. Tuesday Sebring through 2 p.m. Tuesday Venice through 2 p.m. Tuesday24 hours through 2 p.m. Tue. 0.00Ž Month to date 1.04Ž Normal month to date 1.11Ž Year to date 60.36Ž Normal year to date 49.98Ž Record 0.35Ž (1999) 24 hours through 2 p.m. Tue. 0.00Ž 24 hours through 2 p.m. Tue. 0.00Ž Month to date 0.60Ž Normal month to date 1.40Ž Year to date 37.82Ž Normal year to date 49.54Ž Record 0.35Ž (2002) High/Low 82/60 Normal High/Low 76/54 Record High 89 (2016) Record Low 32 (1988) High/Low 81/62 High/Low 73/66 Normal High/Low 73/54 Record High 84 (1987) Record Low 33 (1975)Pollen Index readings as of Tuesday MONTHLY RAINFALLMonth 2017 2016 Avg. Record/Year J an. 0.88 9.93 1.80 9.93/2016 Feb. 0.94 4.09 2.43 11.05/1983 Mar. 0.80 1.85 3.28 9.26/1970 Apr. 1.59 0.99 2.03 5.80/1994 May 2.74 3.46 2.50 9.45/1991 J un. 14.79 14.19 8.92 23.99/1974 J ul. 9.02 7.68 8.22 14.22/1995 Aug. 13.12 7.81 8.01 15.60/1995 Sep. 12.46 7.77 6.84 14.03/1979 Oct. 2.54 4.04 2.93 10.88/1995 Nov. 0.44 0.05 1.91 5.53/2002 Dec. 1.04 0.44 1.78 6.83/2002 Y ear 60.36 62.30 50.65 (since 1931) T otals are from a 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W FLORIDA CITIES Today Thu.Apalachicola 74 60 c 73 59 s Bradenton 78 65 pc 78 61 pc Clearwater 77 66 pc 76 64 pc Coral Springs 82 63 s 81 64 s Daytona Beach 81 62 pc 78 61 sh Fort Lauderdale 80 64 s 80 65 s Fort Myers 81 64 s 81 62 pc Gainesville 79 60 c 78 54 pc Jacksonville 81 60 c 75 58 pc Key Largo 79 68 s 78 68 s Key West 79 70 s 79 69 s Lakeland 81 63 pc 79 60 pc Melbourne 83 62 pc 83 63 pc Miami 83 65 s 83 66 s Naples 78 64 s 79 62 pc Ocala 81 62 c 81 55 c Okeechobee 81 59 pc 80 57 pc Orlando 83 62 pc 83 61 pc Panama City 74 59 t 73 59 s Pensacola 75 56 t 72 61 s Pompano Beach 81 63 s 81 65 s St. Augustine 78 61 c 73 59 pc St. Petersburg 79 64 pc 79 61 pc Sarasota 77 64 pc 79 59 pc Tallahassee 77 57 c 78 55 s Tampa 79 67 pc 81 64 pc Vero Beach 81 59 pc 81 58 pc West Palm Beach 81 62 s 81 63 pc Punta Gorda Englewood Boca Grande El Jobean Venice High Low High Low Cape Sable to Tarpon Springs Tarpon Springs to Apalachicola Wind Speed Seas Bay/Inland direction in knots in feet chop TIDES MARINEPossible weather-related delays today. Check with your airline for the most updated schedules. Hi/Lo Outlook Delays AIRPORTToday 2:42a 10:58a 5:43p 9:35p Thu. 3:20a 11:33a 6:12p 10:21p Today 1:19a 9:14a 4:20p 7:51p Thu. 1:57a 9:49a 4:49p 8:37p Today 12:02a 8:09a 3:43p 6:18p Thu. 12:25a 8:45a 4:29p 6:54p Today 3:14a 11:27a 6:15p 10:04p Thu. 3:52a 12:02p 6:44p 10:50p Today 2:35p 7:53a --6:30p Thu. 12:12a 8:28a 3:04p 7:16p SE 4-8 1-2 Light S 7-14 1-3 LightFt. Myers 81/64 sun morning Punta Gorda 81/61 part cldy morning Sarasota 77/64 part cldy morning The Sun Rise Set The Moon Rise Set Minor Major Minor MajorThe solunar period schedule allows planning days so you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during those times. Major periods begin at the times shown and last for 1.5 to 2 hours. The minor periods are shorter. SUN AND MOON SOLUNAR TABLEForecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2017First Dec 26 Full Jan 1 Last Jan 8 New Jan 16 Today 8:54 a.m. 7:53 p.m. Thursday 9:38 a.m. 8:44 p.m. Today 7:13 a.m. 5:39 p.m. Thursday 7:13 a.m. 5:40 p.m. Today 6:50a 12:38a 7:14p 1:02p Thu. 7:42a 1:30a 8:06p 1:54p Fri. 8:34a 2:23a 8:58p 2:46p Monterrey 73/57 Chihuahua 72/41 Los Angeles 62/46 Washington 50/33 New York 42/29 Miami 83/65 Atlanta 69/49 Detroit 36/26 Houston 74/51 Kansas City 48/40 Chicago 39/30 Minneapolis 27/21 El Paso 63/38 Denver 62/22 Billings 35/11 San Francisco 55/42 Seattle 44/28 Toronto 33/16 Montreal 27/2 Winnipeg 6/-7 Ottawa 23/1 WORLD CITIESCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WWeather (W): s -sunny, pc -partly cloudy, c -cloudy, sh -showers, t -thunderstorms, r -rain, sf -snow flurries, sn -snow, i -ice. THE NATION Cold Warm Stationary Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow IceShown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day. Fronts Precipitation -10s-0s0s10s20s30s40s50s60s70s80s90s100s110sU.S. ExtremesPublication date: 12/20/17 Today Thu. Today Thu. Today Thu. Today Thu.Albuquerque 54 32 s 51 24 pc Anchorage 33 16 c 23 19 pc Atlanta 69 49 t 57 48 pc Baltimore 49 29 c 43 31 s Billings 35 11 sn 28 18 s Birmingham 71 48 t 67 54 pc Boise 38 21 sn 32 22 s Boston 40 22 s 31 23 s Buffalo 33 21 c 30 26 c Burlington, VT 31 10 c 20 9 pc Charleston, WV 45 28 c 55 43 s Charlotte 58 40 r 52 40 pc Chicago 39 30 pc 41 35 c Cincinnati 45 26 pc 50 44 s Cleveland 35 25 pc 41 34 c Columbia, SC 71 49 r 56 41 pc Columbus, OH 41 26 c 45 37 pc Concord, NH 36 12 pc 26 11 s Dallas 65 48 pc 74 54 pc Denver 62 22 pc 25 9 sn Des Moines 44 32 pc 41 24 c Detroit 36 26 pc 38 33 c Duluth 16 11 sn 20 10 sn Fairbanks 28 7 sn 17 7 pc Fargo 22 6 sn 9 -6 c Hartford 39 19 pc 32 21 s Helena 30 4 sn 22 13 pc Honolulu 78 65 c 79 65 pc Houston 74 51 pc 75 66 c Indianapolis 44 26 pc 48 38 pc Jackson, MS 78 46 t 74 59 pc Kansas City 48 40 s 55 30 c Knoxville 56 43 r 58 44 pc Las Vegas 68 42 pc 54 32 s Los Angeles 62 46 pc 64 41 s Louisville 48 31 c 55 47 pc Memphis 61 45 r 62 55 s Milwaukee 33 28 pc 39 33 c Minneapolis 27 21 sn 26 14 sn Montgomery 74 48 t 68 51 pc Nashville 55 38 r 59 51 pc New Orleans 76 53 t 72 61 pc New York City 42 29 pc 38 33 s Norfolk, VA 55 35 r 47 37 s Oklahoma City 61 42 s 62 30 s Omaha 46 34 s 40 18 c Philadelphia 45 29 pc 41 32 s Phoenix 70 45 s 59 35 s Pittsburgh 40 25 c 43 34 pc Portland, ME 39 13 pc 26 12 s Portland, OR 46 29 pc 40 31 pc Providence 41 21 s 34 22 s Raleigh 54 36 r 51 38 pc Salt Lake City 45 24 r 35 19 pc St. Louis 51 36 pc 53 45 s San Antonio 74 49 s 73 63 c San Diego 65 48 pc 66 40 s San Francisco 55 42 pc 56 38 s Seattle 44 28 pc 40 33 pc Washington, DC 50 33 c 46 36 s Amsterdam 47 43 pc 47 40 c Baghdad 74 57 pc 76 55 c Beijing 46 23 s 43 23 s Berlin 38 35 c 45 36 r Buenos Aires 82 66 s 86 67 pc Cairo 77 66 pc 83 67 pc Calgary 18 9 sn 28 7 sn Cancun 84 72 pc 84 73 pc Dublin 55 48 sh 51 45 pc Edmonton 17 10 s 25 13 sn Halifax 36 22 s 27 17 s Kiev 29 20 c 26 22 pc London 52 49 pc 53 46 pc Madrid 54 33 s 55 31 s Mexico City 73 48 pc 75 46 pc Montreal 27 2 pc 13 1 pc Ottawa 23 1 pc 12 3 s Paris 48 46 pc 50 44 c Regina 11 -1 sn 20 6 sn Rio de Janeiro 91 75 c 91 75 pc Rome 47 30 pc 50 32 s St. Johns 38 26 r 32 24 pc San Juan 83 74 pc 84 76 pc Sydney 93 69 pc 74 69 sh Tokyo 47 39 c 50 39 pc Toronto 33 16 sf 27 24 sn Vancouver 38 25 s 37 29 c Winnipeg 6 -7 c 5 -2 sHigh ................. 84 at Brownsville, TXLow ..................... 1 at Angel Fire, NM(For the 48 contiguous states yesterday)68On Dec. 20, 1836, in central Illinois, the temperature dropped from 40 degrees to zero between noon and 1 p.m. Q: Does Miami or Los Angeles average more rain during December?A: Miami averages just over 2 inches; Los Angeles averages a little less. Port Charlotte Tampa Bradenton Englewood Fort Myers Myakka City Punta Gorda Lehigh Acres Hull Arcadia Bartow Winter Haven Plant City Brandon St. Petersburg Wauchula Sebring Lake Wales Frostproof La Belle Felda Lake Placid Brighton Venus Longboat Key Placida Osprey Limestone Apollo Beach Venice Ft. Meade Sarasota Clearwater Boca Grande Cape Coral Sanibel Bonita Springs Shown is todays weather. Temperatures are todays highs and tonights lows. North Port 81/64 82/62 82/62 82/63 81/63 82/60 82/61 82/60 82/61 79/67 78/65 78/68 77/65 81/64 81/64 81/61 82/63 82/63 82/63 81/63 82/63 82/63 81/62 79/64 81/63 76/66 77/65 78/65 82/63 79/64 77/65 81/62 77/64 77/66 77/67 80/64 80/65 80/64 WEATHER/WORLD | WORLD NEWS BRIEFSFrance passes law to ban all oil and gas production by 2040PARIS (AP) „ Frances parliament has approved a law banning all exploration and production of oil and natural gas by 2040 within the country and its overseas territories. Under that law that passed a “nal vote on Tuesday, existing drilling permits will not be renewed and no new exploration licenses will be granted. The French government claims the ban is a world “rst. However, it is largely symbolic since oil and gas produced in France accounts for just 1 percent of domestic consumption. The rest is imported. Environment Minister Nicolas Hulot says the law shows current generations can take care of future generations.Ž The ban is part of a larger plan to wean the French economy from fossil fuels and to ful“ll Frances commitments under the Paris climate agreement to curb global warming.Germany police make arrest in Hamburg subway explosionBERLIN (AP) „ Police say theyve arrested a 51-year-old German man on allegations he detonated a bag with illegal “recrackers in a Hamburg subway station. Hamburg police said Tuesday that a judge has ordered the man to remain in custody while an investigation continues. The minor explosion blew out a pane of glass in the citys Veddel subway station on Sunday night and brie”y raised fears of a possible terrorist attack. Police released no further information about the suspect. Germanys Bild newspaper identi“ed him as Stephan K., a Hamburg resident with a previous conviction and ties to neo-Nazi groups.Mexican journalist killed attending event at childs schoolXALAPA, Mexico (AP) „ A Mexican journalist was shot to death at an elementary school Christmas party Tuesday in the Gulf coast Veracruz, becoming at least the 10th journalist slain in the country this year. The state security coordinator said in a statement that dozens of parents and children were present as unidenti“ed gunmen shot 34-year-old Gumaro Perez Aguilando while he attended the Christmas event at his childs school. Veracruz Gov. Miguel Angel Yunes condemned the attack and said he ordered state police to provide protection to the journalists family. Perez covered crime news for a number of local outlets and had founded the online news site La Voz del Sur. He also worked for the local government in some capacity. Another area reporter, Candido Rios, was killed on Aug. 22.UN approves cross-border aid to rebel areas in SyriaUNITED NATIONS (AP) „ The U.N. Security Council has approved the delivery of humanitarian aid across borders and con”ict lines in Syria for another year, with Russia urging a gradual end to the program that has helped millions of people in rebel-held areas. The council voted 12-0 on Tuesday to extend the mandate of the cross-border convoys, with Russia, China and Bolivia abstaining. Last month, Russias U.N. Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia demanded changes in the resolution, saying the program undermines sovereignty of Syria.Ž The resolution added a request to SecretaryGeneral Antonio Guterres to conduct an independent review of cross-border operations, which Russia welcomed. But Russias deputy U.N. ambassador Vladimir Safronkov said the situation in Syria has changed radically and the mechanism for cross-border deliveries remains a legacy of the pastŽ and should gradually end.Romes Christmas tree Mangy needled for heavy sheddingROME (AP) „ Romes of“cial Christmas tree is shedding needles so quickly it has become a jolly joke for city residents. The 70-foot-high tree, which was lit up on Dec. 8, started dropping needles at a fast clip as soon as it was hoisted into the middle of bustling Romes main square, Piazza Venezia. Romans have dubbed the tree The Mangy One.Ž Theyre also needling Romes mayor about the forlorn-looking specimen, which cost 48,000 euros ($57,000) to transport from South Tyrol, an Italian Alpine region. The city said Tuesday it is investigating why the tree is ailing. Despite the trees 600 silver-colored decorative balls, the half-bare branches lend the square a forlorn rather than festive look. 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The Sun /Wednesday, December 20, 2017 www.yoursun.com Page 3 FROM PAGE ONE “rst-servedŽ basis. That prompted the campout in front of the agencys headquarters. Representatives of two of the treatment providers saw the line outside the agency when they went to check on the address the day before the application period opened, lawyers for Operation Par, Inc., DACCO Behavioral Health, Inc., and Aspire Health Partners, Inc., wrote in the 38-page petition. Some individuals had arrived days earlier and were camping outside the department of“ces in tents, with portable chairs, sleeping bags, and coolers stocked with provisions,Ž the lawyers wrote. The applicants remained in line, and male applicants would leave only to urinate behind the building, but female applicants had no options for restroom facilities.Ž At least one of the people in line was armed, ostensibly to protect their spot in line,Ž according to the court “ling. Many of the people in line didnt have applications with them, but the documents were delivered before 8 a.m. Monday, and clean, well-rested persons took their place in line,Ž lawyers for the petitioners wrote. State of“cials selected Colonial Management Group, L.P., to apply for 19 licenses. Psychological Addiction Services LLC was chosen to apply for 20 of the 49 licenses, and a third for-pro“t organization, Relax Mental Health, was selected to apply for eight licenses. The Department of Children and Families noti“ed the losing providers Nov. 16 that they had not received licenses. The number of applications for new providers in the county/ies you applied for exceeded the determined need,Ž the letter said. Pursuant to the emergency rule, the selection of a provider was based on the order in which complete and responsive applications were received. Your application was not approved to apply for licensure.Ž Department of Children and Families spokesman David Frady wouldnt comment directly on the rule challenge, but said the agency remains committed to ensuring an adequate service network for individuals in crisis and in need of substance abuse services.Ž Ensuring access to care is an essential element in “ghting the opioid epidemic and helping families recover. DCF moved quickly to get help to people in parts of the state where medication assisted treatment is not currently available,Ž Frady said in an email. Methadone medication-assisted treatment programs use a mix of methadone and behavioral therapy to treat opioid addiction. But the service providers challenging the rules say the for-pro“t vendors dont accept Medicaid or third-party payments, such as health insurance, raising questions about their effectiveness in combating the opioid scourge that prompted the emergency rule and caused Gov. Rick Scott to declare a public health emergency earlier this year.CAMPOUTFROM PAGE 1 minor gain at best for the middle class. I dont think weve done a good job messaging,Ž said Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore. Now, youre able to look at the “nal product.Ž Ryan was positive, even insistent. He declared, Results are whats going to make this popular.Ž Democrats called the bill a giveaway to corporations and the wealthy, with no likelihood that business owners will use their gains to hire more workers or raise wages. And they mocked the Republicans contention that the bill will make taxes so simple that millions can “le their returns on a postcardŽ „ an idea repeated often by the president. What happened to the postcard? Were going to have to carry around a billboard for tax simpli“cation,Ž declared Rep. Richard Neal of Massachusetts, the top Democrat on the Ways and Means Committee. Tax cuts for corporations would be permanent while the cuts for individuals would expire in 2026 in order to comply with Senate budget rules. The tax cuts would take effect in January, and workers would start to see changes in the amount of taxes withheld from their paychecks in February. For now, Democrats are planning to use the bill in their campaigns next year. Senate Democrats posted poll numbers on the bill on a video screen at their Tuesday luncheon. This bill will come back to haunt them, as Frankenstein did,Ž said House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi.TAXFROM PAGE 1 or assaulted wrote Me too as a status,Ž actress/ activist Alyssa Milano tweeted on Oct. 15, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.Ž Then she went to bed. I couldnt have been in bed more than eight hours, because Im a mom,Ž Milano says now. When she awoke, tens of thousands had taken up the #MeToo hashtag (a phrase introduced 10 years ago by social activist Tarana Burke.) Less than 10 days later, Milano tweeted that more than 1.7 million people in 85 countries had used the hashtag. The thing that was so surprising was the sheer magnitude and the quickness of how it happened,Ž Milano says. But she feels conditions had been ripe for a good year. It began, she says, with the election of President Donald Trump, who had bragged openly about groping women. On top of that came some aggressive investigative reporting „ she cites Ronan Farrow in The New Yorker „ and the domino effect of women emboldening each other to come forward. Public fascination with anything Hollywood didnt hurt either. For this to have taken off the way it did, it had to be a perfect storm and we had to be ready,Ž she says. Even before #MeToo happened, and just a few days after the Weinstein story broke, Anita Hill was sure something signi“cant was happening. I think we need something to push the needle and I think this has done it,Ž said Hill, a symbol of the “ght against sexual harassment ever since her 1991 Senate testimony against then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas. Still, she noted, it was a lot easier for Hollywood stars like Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie to speak out than it was for ordinary women experiencing harassment from their bosses. But Hill, who for years has been living a quiet academic life at Brandeis University, stressed that the next step has to be more than just conversation: We now have to start putting into place measures at schools and workplaces and the military ... about how people should be treated, and we have to enforce them.Ž Hill has just been named to a new commission on sexual harassment in the entertainment industry. As the weeks went on, the accusers multiplied, and so did the accused, from Hollywood (Kevin Spacey, Louis C.K., Brett Ratner, Dustin Hoffman) to the news business (top morning hosts Charlie Rose and Matt Lauer) to the music world (Russell Simmons) to politics (Sen. Al Franken, Alabama candidate Roy Moore) to the food world (Mario Batali). The accused lost jobs, TV shows, book deals, a Senate seat „ with dizzying speed (Spacey was even erased from a completed movie.) Some simply apologized, while others fought back „ like Simmons, with his hashtag #NotMe. Some apologies were more effective than others. Spacey drew ”ak for deciding to come out as gay as he apologized for unwanted sexual advances; Batali was scorned for appending to his email-blast apology a recipe for Pizza Dough Cinnamon Rolls. A few voices called for differentiating between levels of sexual misconduct. It didnt always go over well. When Matt Damon said I just think we have to start delineating between what these behaviors are,Ž Milano replied on Twitter that there are various stages of cancer, but its still cancer.Ž Not to be forgotten were the accusers who decided not to come forward with their names, many out of fear of retaliation. Attorney Gloria Allred, who held news conferences with some Weinstein accusers, said there were many more shed spoken to who have not yet gone public.METOOFROM PAGE 1 Delicious food is one of lifes great joys. We believe people should have the freedom to experience that joy any time of day. All-day dining is just one of the ways The Springs at South Biscayne is unlike any other assisted living, memory support and short-term respite care community in the area. 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Page 4 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Wednesday, December 20, 2017 4B WEDNESDAY,DECEMBER 20,2017 USA TODAYE1 STATE-BY-STATE YORK … Amanda Berman was nervous as she and her husband stood in line waiting to meet Santa at the York Galleria mall. Unlike most of the other families, they didnt have a child to place on his lap. They did have a little brown teddy bear they hoped Santa could pose with for a photo instead. Its been 15 months since Berman lost her son, Ian, during pregnancy. Coping with the pain hasnt gotten any easier, she said. That little bear, given to her at the hospital by Sweet Grace Ministries, helps her connect with her son and serves as a daily reminder that he isnt really gone, she said. His memory lives on. Berman and her husband, Alex, of Dallastown, take the bear with them on trips and often take photos with it to capture the memories they would have made with Ian. The bear has been to the Hershey Gardens and to Ocean City, Md. This year, for Christmas, they decided to take it to the York Galleria to meet Santa. I thought people would think I was crazy,Ž Berman said. I wasnt sure how the Santa would react.Ž Santa welcomed the little bear onto his lap with open arms „ no questions asked. When I rst saw her coming and saw her carrying the teddy bear, I pretty much knew right away what this was going to be about,Ž said Santa, played by Thomas Timmons of Lansdale. I knew this must have been a tragedy.Ž He did his best to make the visit as special as possible, spending a few extra minutes with the Bermans more than he normally would. I just treated that teddy bear like it was their baby,Ž he said. I respected that teddy bear and put it on my knee.Ž Santas kindness in that dicult moment made all the dierence, Berman said. Santa told them that he, too, had lost people close to him and that they were doing a wonderful thing to honor their sons memory. Berman was amazed by the kindness of the community. After realizing the York Galleria oered only photo packages starting at $30, she took to Facebook to ask if anyone knew of any other places where she could purchase just one photo with Santa. Someone oered to pay the $30 for her photo package, Berman said. Its just so overwhelming,Ž she said. I was just in awe of the kindness and generosity of people.ŽHIGHLIGHT: PENNSYLVANIA Amanda Berman treasures this bear.JASON PLOTKIN/YORK DAILY RECORD Santa sits bear on knee to help grieving parents Abbey ZelkoYork Daily Record USA TODAY NETWORKALABAMAMontgomery: Major changes are envisioned near Maxwell Air Force Base, with an innovation center planned just outside the facilitys gates for major aerospace and technology rms, The Montgomery Advertiser reports. ALASKAChenega Island: Germanys Berlin Ethnological Museum is returning nine objects that it says were taken without consent from the graves of native Alaskans in the 1880s. ARIZONAFlagsta: State utility regulators are exploring ramping up the use of forest biomass for power, The Arizona Daily Sun reports. ARKANSASLittle Rock: One of the Navys newest warships is named for the states capital city, The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports. The USS Little Rock was commissioned last weekend.CALIFORNIAFresno: Authorities say ve women, a man and a baby distracted the owner of a jewelry store while a sixth woman stole gold merchandise from a safe, The Fresno Bee reports. COLORADODurango: Members of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe have elected a new tribal chairwoman, The Durango Herald reports. Christine Baker-Sage won the runo election by 63 votes. CONNECTICUTHartford: A state judge has denied requests by the plainti and defendant in a sexual assault civil case to allow them to use pseudonyms, saying that such secrecy allows assaults to ourish.Ž DELAWARERehoboth Beach: City commissioners have scrapped a proposal to let out-of-town property owners vote in local elections, The News Journal reports. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:Ocials say a controlled explosion Wednesday in the metro Washington area could create a loud blast and small vibrations, The Washington Post reports.FLORIDADavenport: Mayor Teresa Bradley has resigned and is on sixmonths probation for using dead peoples disabled parking permits to park at city hall, The Bradenton Herald reports.GEORGIASavannah: Mergers aecting four state universities will take eect in January. HAWAIIHonolulu: Authorities are seeking tips after four house res were intentionally set while the residents were at home, Hawaii News Now reports. IDAHOBurley: Experts say hay prices are down in the state due to low milk prices that are depressing the market, The Capital Press reports. ILLINOISChicago: Heres your chance to own the historic Clarence Darrow Memorial Bridge, the Chicago Tribune reports. The citys Department of Transportation is going to rebuild the bridge in Jackson Park in 2019. INDIANAVincennes: The Friends of Vincennes Heritage raised more than $60,000 for a statue honoring the citys founder, Francois Marie Bissot.IOWADubuque: The Dubuque Rescue Mission is facing a growing demand for beds, The Dubuque Telegraph Herald reports. KANSASWitchita: Drivers who give money to panhandlers could face sti nes or even jail time under a new ordinance approved by the City Council, The Wichita Eagle reports. KENTUCKYHyden: The state Board of Education is seeking an emergency loan fund to support school districts facing serious nancial challenges, the Lexington Herald-Leader reports.LOUISIANABaton Rouge: Using PVC pipe, state wildlife ocials created a fr es hw ate r a r t i c i a l r ee f f o r t h e 4,200-acre Vernon Lake to boost shing opportunities. MAINEBrunswick: KeyBank Foundation is donating $450,000 to support job growth and small businesses in rural areas of the state. MARYLANDBaltimore: A veterinarian is charged with animal cruelty and witness intimidation at Boston Street Animal Hospital, where he no longer works. MASSACHUSETTSBoston: Following a wave of customer complaints, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is ending its contract with Global Contact Services by June, The Boston Globe reports. Global was hired to manage point-to-point services for disabled riders.MICHIGANGrand Rapids: Grand Rapids police have seized more than 265 illegal guns so far this year, up from 254 in 2016, The Grand Rapids Press reports. MINNESOTAMankato: The new Minnesota Breeding Bird Atlas has graphs, interactive maps and data including where, when and how many birds are breeding in the state, the Mankato Free Press reports. MISSISSIPPIParchman: A shakedown at a Mississippi State Penitentiary work camp last week produced a sweet bit of contraband „ a pecan pie. The search also turned up cellphones and marijuana. MISSOURIColumbia: Missouri residents blocked from posting on the governors social media accounts are frustrated. His oce says the Facebook and Twitter accounts are not ocial state accounts because they preceded his taking oce. MONTANAGreat Falls: An energy company has canceled plans for a wind farm, citing a $23.30 per megawatt-hour price approved by regulators as making the project unfeasible, The Great Falls Tribune reports. NEBRASKAScottsblu: The North Platte Natural Resources District is raising funds for a solar-powered greenhouse to grow oranges, lemons and other tropical fruit, the Scottsblu Star Herald reports. NEVADAStateline: Skiing and gambling have dominated winter tourism on Lake Tahoes South Shore for years, but The Record-Courier reports that travelers are hitting the slopes and slots less and climate change is threatening the snowfall. NEW HAMPSHIREGeostown: School ocials say the districts business administrator has resigned over an accounting error that kept more than $10 million from going toward property tax relief since 2011. NEW JERSEYTrenton: State police say two weapons and police uniforms were taken from an unmarked troop car that was stolen over the weekend. NEW MEXICOSanta Fe: Education ocials are pulling the plug on New Mexico Connections Academy, the states largest online charter school.NEW YORKSaranac Lake: This Adirondack Mountain village will put on a local snowshoe racing event in February. NORTH CAROLINAHendersonville: Authorities say cases of whooping cough more than doubled in one week in Henderson County, from 21 to 45.NORTH DAKOTABismarck: The state Game and Fish Department has set tentative opening dates for 2018 hunting seasons. The earliest is the spring turkey season, which opens April 14. OHIOBellbrook: Authorities say no one was hurt in a weekend re that destroyed a barn where racing fuel was stored. OKLAHOMAMcLoud: Authorities are looking for three suspects who tried to throw contraband into the Mable Bassett Correctional Center that houses more than 1,000 female inmates.OREGONEugene: Police accused a man of killing his girlfriends disabled dog, The Register-Guard reports. Sneekers was found dead in a garbage container last weekend. PENNSYLVANIABoalsburg: An opening day ski lift malfunction stranded dozens of people at the Tussey Mountain resort and left ve with minor injuries as some chairs collided, The Centre Daily Times reports. RHODE ISLANDSmitheld: An earlymorning re Monday at the New Life Worship Center is under investigation. Ocials say the re damaged the exterior, as well as causing interior smoke damage.SOUTH CAROLINAClemson: A Clemson University student who managed money for the schools sailing club is accused of using the groups funds to pay for his tuition, rent, a spring break trip and the deposit on a class ring, The Independent Mail reports.SOUTH DAKOTASpearsh: City planners are accepting public feedback for a nearly $8 million reconstruction of about one mile on Jackson Boulevard, the Rapid City Journal reports. TENNESSEEMemphis: Prosecutors say a former Shelby County deputy was convicted of attempting to extort money from an alleged drug dealer after carrying out a search warrant o n the suspect.TEXASFort Worth: City records show that less than half of the more than 230,000 drivers caught by cameras running red lights during the last scal year paid the $75 ticket, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. UTAHOgden: Two school districts, in Ogden and Weber, are boosting suicide prevention eorts after a state spike in youth suicides, The Standard-Examiner reports. VERMONTIsland Pond: Scientists fear that shifting climate conditions are to blame for the states struggling moose population.VIRGINIACharlottesville: More people are moving out of Virginia than are moving in, The Daily Progress reports. WASHINGTONSpokane: Railroads ship more than a million barrels of crude oil across the state each week, The Spokesman-Review reports. WEST VIRGINIAHuntington: Marshall University students and sta plan to lend a hand next semester to the Soul Searching for Recovery organization that works to ght addiction. WISCONSINMadison: The citys bike-sharing program is on target to record its highest annual ride total since it began more than six years ago, with about 11,000 rides, the Wisconsin State Journal reports. WYOMINGCheyenne: The Wyoming Stock G rowers Land Trust has acquired a 15,000-acre ranch in Sublette County for preservation. The North Cottonwood Ranch has nearly 20 miles of streams. Compiled from sta, wire reports. News from across the US A

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Allegiant Travel Co ALGT 111.54 6 182.25 153.15 -.20 -0.1 s s s -8.0 -6.9 16 2.80 ArcBest Corp ARCB 16.95 9 38.75 36.40 -.40 -1.1 s s s +31.6 +24.8 39 0.32 Bank of America BAC 21.77 0 29.50 29.45 -.03 -0.1 s s s +33.3 +31.8 17 0.48 Capital One Fncl COF 76.05 0 99.95 98.74 -.57 -0.6 s s s +13.2 +12.5 14 1.60 Carnival Corp CCL 51.70 0 69.89 68.13+1.53 +2.3 s s s +30.9 +32.4 18 1.80f Chicos FAS CHS 6.96 3 15.50 8.73 -.19 -2.1 s s t -39.3 -41.5 12 0.33 Cracker Barrel CBRL 141.75 8 175.04 166.24 +.17 +0.1 s s s -0.4 +1.9 29 4.80 Disney DIS 96.20 8 116.10 111.81 +.78 +0.7 s s s +7.3 +8.4 20 1.68f Eaton Corp plc ETN 66.60 7 82.34 76.86 -.20 -0.3 t s s +14.6 +16.7 18 2.40 Fortune Brds Hm&Sec FBHS 53.15 9 69.61 67.69 +.21 +0.3 s s s +26.6 +23.4 23 0.80f Harris Corp HRS 99.13 0 144.94 142.57 -.10 -0.1 t t s +39.1 +39.3 25 2.28 iShs U.S. Pfd PFF 36.77 7 39.28 38.30 -.03 -0.1 t t t +2.9 +9.3 q 2.13a KC Southern KSU 79.05 0 114.85 112.07+1.02 +0.9 s s s +32.1 +29.8 22 1.44f Lennar Corp A LEN 42.23 0 63.94 61.88 -.48 -0.8 s s s +44.1 +46.9 16 0.16 McClatchy Co MNI 5.75 5 13.92 9.19 -.16 -1.7 t t s -30.3 -32.9 dd ... 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Dear DC: Australia and New Zealand have an oligopolistic banking system, and Westpac (WBK-$23) is one of the four major banks operating in these two countries. WBK has a thriving and diversi“ed franchise and a much-envied competitive advantage, as do the other three majors. This dominant oligopoly produces dominant pricing power, near immunity to competition, low-cost but very pro“table operations and easily recognized brands with which the public readily identi“es. In the past decade, WBKs share price has moved nicely, from $15 in 2008 to $23 today. Revenues have risen from $12 billion in 2008 to $21 billion today, and net income per share has more than doubled. Meanwhile, the $1.39 dividend has increased modestly for years, yielding a comfy 5.5 percent. Considering the payout of other worldly banks, Id gladly sit still for 5.5 percent „ and the dividend may be increased to $1.50 in 2018. During the past 18 months, WBK has produced stronger than expected earnings, with net pro“t margins exceeding those in its peer group, which consists of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, National Australia Bank and the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group. WBK has better metrics than its competitors, earned by a management team thats been at the helm for years, superior stewardship and an impressive risk-reward track record. WBK, founded in 1817 with a storefront in Sydney, now has operations spanning the South Paci“c, including Fiji, Papua New Guinea and Bali. WBK does everything that the big U.S. banks do; however, it does it with less fanfare, less braggadocio, less paperwork, less regulation and more honesty. It eschews subprime loans, which U.S. banks fervently seek and cherish. And while management at U.S. banks measures pro“ts and revenues quarter to quarter, WBKs focuses not on next year or 2019 but long term „ 10 to 15 years hence. In the past few years, WBK has generated impressive operating momentum from its core retail banking franchises with excellent cost and income performance metrics. And with solid economic growth in Australia, WBKs low-risk domestic business model bodes well for the banks consistent growth in the foreseeable future. Growing economies of scale, WBKs enviable dominance of the market, its brawny balance sheet and a rare AA credit rating give management an effective platform for robust growth „ today and years into the future. Since the end of the global “nancial crisis, WBK has steadily increased its revenues and dividends (including paying two special dividends in 2013), impressively increased return on equity to 16.4 percent, and raised its capital ratio suf“ciently to protect its portfolio in case of another “nancial meltdown. Conservative analysts believe that WBK could trade at the $28-$30 level in the coming 12 months. That wouldnt be enough to knock your socks off, but it would produce a respectable total return of 24 percent. Perhaps thats why Morgan Stanley, UBS, the Royal Bank of Canada, Northern Trust, Invesco, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank and Bank of New York own WBK shares. And perhaps you should, too. Icelands money market accounts do pay 4.25 percent. Last year, they paid 5.75 percent. Its liquid as ice water, and some Americans have taken the plunge. However, you must “rst convert your U.S. dollars to Icelandic kronur. Todays rate is about 105 kronur to the U.S. dollar, and theres the risk. If the krona were to remain at 105 per dollar or if it were to rise in value against the U.S. dollar, an investor would come out smelling like a red Icelandic rose. But if the krona were to fall (and it has), an investor could lose his booties and get frostbite. A trip there is preferable to an investment, and if you visit, try the blood pudding. Please address your “nancial questions to Malcolm Berko, P .O. Box 8303, Largo, FL 33775, or email him at mjberko@yahoo.com. Investments Down Under and Way Up North Malcolm Berko NEW YORK (AP) „ Katie Cogliano has learned to keep the Toilet Trouble game her kids love on top of her fridge, out of their sight. Her 6-year-old and 8-yearold love to play with the potty-shaped toy „ but for Cogliano, it can be a pain. As part of the game, players take turns ”ushing a nearly 11-inch plastic toilet before water spits out, which is supposed to hit a players face. But Coglianos kids tend to dodge it, and water ends up on the ”oors or chairs. Cogliano likes that Toilet Trouble keeps her kids off their screens, so theyre allowed to play it as long as theres a tablecloth over the dining room table. But when friends come over, it de“nitely does not come down from the fridge. Theyre not going to clean it up,Ž says Cogliano, who works in corporate education and lives in New York. That, I can tell you.Ž Its not just Toilet Trouble: Board games are getting messier as toy makers try to match the popularity of Pie Face, a game than ”ings whipped cream at faces. The latest entries, such as Toilet Trouble and Soggy Doggy, splash, spray or shake water onto players. Videos of players getting wet or smashed with whipped cream are popular on YouTube, Facebook or Instagram, and help to fuel sales. Kids like to get messy,Ž says Richard Gottlieb, a consultant at Global Toy Experts. He says the games gives them permission to act out a little bit.Ž Some parents say they dont mind wiping off whipped cream or water spills so much because the games are entertaining enough to pull kids away from their iPads or video games. Its just pure, basic fun,Ž says Brandi Reimers, who plays Pie Face with her family of four. They can go through half a tub of Cool Whip in an hour, says the stay-at-home mom from Nebraska City, Nebraska. But Pie Face is not that sloppy, she says, just some stickiness on their skin and dribbles of Cool Whip if it starts to melt. What she likes about the game is that it requires no skill or strategy: Each player puts their head on a mask and take turns turning a handle until one of them gets smashed. Unlike other board games, there is no arguing between her 8and 9-year-old sons over who cheated, she says. Its just fun and you laugh.Ž Made by Hasbro, Pie Face became a hit after it was released in 2015. There are now several versions, including one thats 3 feet tall. Pie Face also helped launch a new category of games for Hasbro, says Jonathan Berkowitz, who oversees the companys portfolio of games, including Monopoly and Operation. Hasbro followed Pie Face with Toilet Trouble this year. That was also a hit: Hasbro attributed a jump in revenue during the “rst three months of the year to Toilet Trouble. Another game, called Egged On, has players “lling plastic eggs with water that are then cracked over a persons head. More of these types of games will come next year, says Berkowitz. The games can become viral sensations online, and kids who see videos or pictures of people getting wet or hit with whipped cream then ask for the games. I call them social toys because its a toy that you have to take a picture,Ž says Jim Silver, the editor-in-chief of toy review website TTPM. Its the social channels that are driving the great sales.Ž Toy maker Spin Master, whose best-known brand is the egg-hatching Hatchimals, rushed to release Soggy Doggy in time for the holidays, says Francesco Lercari, a vice president of marketing at the company. Soggy Doggy features a dog in a bathtub thats “lled with water. Players turn a faucet and the dog shakes quickly at one point, splashing water off of its rubbery fur. The game was on several hot holiday toy lists and was a best-seller on Amazon. com. When Marilani Alt brought Soggy Doggy to her parents home for Thanksgiving, there was less love for it: She and her 4-year-old son were asked to play on the tiled kitchen ”oor. It gets you a little wet,Ž says Alt, a legal assistant who lives in Arlington, Virginia. Its like walking by a sprinkler.Ž She was happy the game was able to keep the attention of her son. Other board games, without shaky dogs and splashing water, might seem dull in comparison, she says. I dont know if I can play Candy Land with him at this point.ŽBoard games get messy with squirting toilets, soggy dogsBy JOSEPH PISANIAP RETAIL WRITER

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Baxter s 65.78 +.33 BeazerHm 18.92 -.67 BectDck 221.52 -.21 BedBath 23.97 +.36 Bemis 47.27 +.30 BerkH B 197.91 -1.43 B estBuy 65.80 -1.21 BigLots 55.20 -.31 dd BBarrett 4.48 -.18 dd Biocryst 5.01 +.01 Biogen 327.02 +1.07 BlkHillsCp 59.07 -.69 BlackBerry 10.87 -.07 q BlkHlthSci 35.69 -.31 q BlkMuniast 14.90 -.06P/E Name Last Chg Money & Markets 2,400 2,480 2,560 2,640 2,720 JD JASON 2,600 2,660 2,720 S&P 500Close: 2,681.47 Change: -8.69 (-0.3%) 10 DAYS 6,000 6,300 6,600 6,900 7,200 JD JASON 6,720 6,880 7,040 Nasdaq compositeClose: 6,963.85 Change: -30.91 (-0.4%) 10 DAYSAdvanced 1027 Declined 1882 New Highs 164 New Lows 34 Vol. (in mil.) 3,231 Pvs. Volume 3,479 1,957 2,015 1033 1860 154 52 NYSE NASDDOW 24850.11 24715.60 24754.75 -37.45 -0.15% s s s +25.26% DOW Trans. 10550.68 10479.41 10535.91 +13.65 +0.13% s s s +16.50% DOW Util. 747.62 733.71 733.84 -12.00 -1.61% t t t +11.25% NYSE Comp. 12807.13 12747.26 12747.55 -38.28 -0.30% s s s +15.29% NASDAQ 6995.88 6951.49 6963.85 -30.91 -0.44% s s s +29.36% S&P 500 2694.44 2680.74 2681.47 -8.69 -0.32% s s s +19.77% S&P 400 1909.26 1896.15 1897.03 -8.27 -0.43% s s s +14.24% Russell 2000 1552.21 1535.90 1536.75 -12.17 -0.79% s s s +13.23% Toronto TSX 16199.25 16133.35 16133.35 +1.71 +0.01% s s s +5.53%HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. WK MO QTR YTD Stocks Recap Combined StocksFrom the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq. Interest ratesThe yield on the 10-year Treasury rose to 2.46 percent Tuesday. Yields affect rates on mortgages and other consumer loans.NET 1YR TREASURIES YEST PVS CHG AGO 4.50 4.25 3.50 1.38 1.13 .63 PRIME RATE FED FUNDS 3-month T-bill 1.35 1.34 +0.01 .50 6-month T-bill 1.49 1.49 ... .64 52-wk T-bill 1.70 1.69 +0.01 .88 2-year T-note 1.87 1.85 +0.02 1.23 5-year T-note 2.22 2.17 +0.05 2.02 10-year T-note 2.46 2.39 +0.07 2.54 30-year T-bond 2.82 2.74 +0.08 3.12 NET 1YR BONDS YEST PVS CHG AGO Barclays Glob Agg Bd 1.61 1.61 ... 1.72 Barclays USAggregate 2.70 2.68 +0.02 2.77 Barclays US Corp 3.24 3.22 +0.02 3.52 Barclays US High Yield 5.75 5.74 +0.01 6.25 Moodys AAA Corp Idx 3.48 3.43 +0.05 4.11 10-Yr. TIPS .50 0.46 +0.04 .67Commodities Energy prices closed mostly higher. Crude oil, gasoline and heating oil all rose, but natural gas futures fell. Gold, silver and copper were little changed.Crude Oil (bbl) 57.46 57.16 +0.52 +7.0 Ethanol (gal) 1.26 1.27 -0.32 -21.3 Heating Oil (gal) 1.94 1.93 +0.76 +13.8 Natural Gas (mm btu) 2.69 2.75 -1.93 -27.7 Unleaded Gas (gal) 1.70 1.67 +1.44 +1.9 FUELS CLOSEPVS. %CHG%YTD Gold (oz) 1260.70 1262.20 -0.12 +9.6 Silver (oz) 16.07 16.12 -0.33 +0.8 Platinum (oz) 914.10 913.20 +0.10 +1.4 Copper (lb) 3.13 3.12 +0.18 +25.2 Palladium (oz) 1031.95 1025.40 +0.64 +51.2 METALS CLOSEPVS.%CHG%YTD Cattle (lb) 1.20 1.20 +0.03 +0.8 Coffee (lb) 1.22 1.19 -0.13 -11.2 Corn (bu) 3.48 3.47 +0.14 -1.3 Cotton (lb) 0.75 0.75 -0.23 +6.2 Lumber (1,000 bd ft) 431.20 434.90 -0.85 +36.2 Orange Juice (lb) 1.41 1.41 -0.18 -28.9 Soybeans (bu) 9.56 9.62 -0.57 -4.1 Wheat (bu) 4.20 4.21 -0.24 +2.8 AGRICULTURE CLOSE PVS. %CHG%YTD USD per British Pound1.3380 -.0002 -.01% 1.2401 Canadian Dollar 1.2878 +.0009 +.07% 1.3412 USD per Euro 1.1845 +.0061 +.51% 1.0404 Japanese Yen 112.94 +.38 +.34% 117.24 Mexican Peso 19.2051 +.1189 +.62% 20.3859 1YR. MAJORS CLOSE CHG %CHGAGO Israeli Shekel 3.5038 +.0001 +.04% 3.8640 Norwegian Krone 8.3559 -.0000 -.00% 8.6894 South African Rand 12.6989 +.0003 +.38% 14.1213 Swedish Krona 8.3 955 +.0004 +.34% 9.3737 Swiss Franc .9856 +.0002 +.02% 1.0268 EUROPE/AFRICA/MIDDLE EAST Australian Dollar 1.3046 +.0003 +.02% 1.3787 Chinese Yuan 6.6047 -.0172 -.26% 6.9452 Hong Kong Dollar 7.8164 +.0001 +.00% 7.7667 Indian Rupee 64.068 -.112 -.17% 67.845 Singapore Dollar 1.3472 -.0005 -.04% 1.4484 South Korean Won 1085.90 -.95 -.09% 1189.59 Taiwan Dollar 29.98 -.00 -.00% 31.96 ASIA/PACIFICForeign Exchange The dollar rose against the yen and the Mexican peso, but it fell against the euro. It was little changed against the British pound and the Swiss franc.YEST6 MO AGO 1 YR AGO ... SnapInc A n 15.77 -.33 SnapOn 172.35 -.27 SnydLance 50.09 +.05 SodaStrm 69.73 +.06 SolarCap 20.40 ... SonocoP 53.70 -.24 ... 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ZTO Exp n 14.99 +.29 cc Zagg 20.35 -.35 dd Zendesk 34.08 -.33 15 ZimmerBio 121.38 +6.95 Zoetis 72.80 +.17 dd Zynga 3.97 -.09 Stock Footnotes: Stock Footnotes: cld Issue has been called for redemption by company. d New 52-week low. ec Company formerly listed on the American Exchange's Emerging Company Marketplace. g Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h Does not meet continued-listing standards. lf Late filing with SEC. n Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low figures date onl y from the beginning of trading. pf Preferred stock issue. pr Preferences. pp Holder owes installments of purchase price. rt Right to buy security at a specified price. rs Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50% within the past year. s Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. wi Trades will be settled when the stock is issued. wd When distributed. wt Warrant, allowing a purchase of a stock. u New 52-week high. un Unit,, including more than one security. vj Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the name. Stocks in bold are worth at least $5 and changed 5 percent or more in price. Underlining for 50 most actively traded stocks of the day. Dividend Footnotes: a Extra dividends were paid, but are not included. b Annual rate plus stock. c Liquidating dividend. e Amount declared or paid in last 12 months. f Current annual rate, which was increased by most recent dividend announcement. i Sum of dividends paid after stock split, no regular rate. j Sum of dividends paid this year. M ost recent dividend was omitted or deferred. k Declared or paid this year, a cumulative issue with dividends in arrears. m Current annual rate, which was decreased by most recent dividend announcement. p Initial dividend, annual rate not known, yield not shown. r Declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus stock dividend. t Paid in stock, approximate cash value on ex-distribution date. P E Footnotes: q Stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown. cc P/E exceeds 99. dd Loss in last 12 months. Mutual Fund Footnotes: b Fee covering market costs is paid from fund assets. d Deferred sales charge, or redemption fee. f front load (sales charges). m Multiple fees are charged, usually a marketing fee and either a sales or redemption fee. NA not available. p previous days net asset value. s fund split shares during the week. x fund paid a distribution during the week. Source :Morningstar and the Associated Press.DOW 24,754.75 -37.45 NASDAQ 6,963.85 -30.91 S&P 500 2,681.47 -8.69 10-YR T-NOTE 2.46% +.07 30-YR T-BOND 2.82% +.08 CRUDE OIL $57.46 +.30 GOLD $1,260.70 -1.50 EURO $1.1845 +.0061q q q q q q p p p p p p q q p p(Previous and change figures reflect current contract.) STOCKS LISTING CHANGE REQUESTS WELCOME!The Sun Newspaper is tweaking the way stocks are listed in the daily paper. We will continue to run a wide range of stocks, but were trying to eliminate stocks our readers dont want. 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Page 8 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Wednesday, December 20, 2017 DEAR DR. ROACH: After a three-year battle with multiple myeloma, my husband passed away in July. During those three years, he had almost every kind of chemotherapy known. As time progressed, the drugs got more expensive. Last summer, they wanted to try a drug called Revlimid. When we investigated what the cost to us would be with our Medicare Part D, it was $25 per pill, and they wanted him to be on the medicine for three weeks, then off for a week. I tried several patient assistance programsŽ and was told by each that we wouldnt qualify because we were covered by a government insurance. Why would they help younger patients and not those of us who are over 65? Luckily, my husband served in the Navy and he was able to get his Revlimid through the Veterans Affairs system, but what are seniors who didnt serve in the military supposed to do? A re there any options for us? Someone is making a bunch of money at our expense. „ S.F. ANSWER: Lenalidomide (Revlimid) is a relative of thalidomide, and may be of bene“t to several types of liquidŽ cancers, those of the bone marrow. Without insurance, the pills are over $600 each. Your insurance did help (a lot), but I understand that $500 for three weeks of medications can still be a real hardship for many. However, you would be horri“ed, as I have been, to hear what some people pay out of pocket for medication. Lenalidomide is moderately effective: It improves disease-free survival by about six months, and people on lenalidomide for multiple myeloma achieved a complete response (no evidence of tumor by blood testing) 16 percent of the time, compared with 3 percent for the group without lenalidomide. That makes the drug worth more than its alternatives. Many oncology medications are very expensive, and this is one. On the other hand, it is a signi“cant advance in helping people live longer. I dont have the answer to runaway pharmaceutical costs in the U.S. Its very different in other countries. DEAR DR. ROACH: Several articles on the internet suggest that megadoses of vitamin C given intravenously can help in cases of severe sinus infection, for which we literally have no effective antibiotics, in order to treat them. Could this be true? „ B.R. ANSWER: I couldnt “nd any high-quality research on intravenous vitamin C for sinus infections. However, there is some interesting research being done on vitamin C in severe sepsis, a physiological consequence of severe infection. In one study, the risk of dying from sepsis in people treated with vitamin C and steroids was 8 percent, compared with 40 percent in the control group. If con“rmed, this would be a major advance for one of the biggest killers in the hospital. I am hopeful; however, I have seen other promising treatments for sepsis fail in large-scale studies. For sinus infection in particular, if antibiotics arent effective, there is surgical treatment. However, many times the issue is that the wrong antibiotics inadvertently are used, and choosing the right antibiotic may require a procedure to identify the exact bacteria present in the sinuses. There are certainly times in the hospital when there are no effective antibiotics, but I personally havent seen that in sinus infections. READERS: The booklet on COPD explains both emphysema and chronic bronchitis, the two elements of COPD, in detail. Readers can obtain a copy by writing: Dr. Roach Book No. 601 628 Virginia Dr. Orlando, FL 32803 Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Can. with the recipients printed name and address. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med. cornell.edu or request an order form of available health newsletters at 628 Virginia Dr., Orlando, FL 32803. Health newsletters may be ordered from www. rbmamall.com.Escalat i ng drug costs create a treatment hardship for manyDr. Roach See more puzzles in the front section

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The Sun /Wednesday, December 20, 2017 www.yoursun.com Page 9 BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker HI AND LOIS By Brian and Greg Walker HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Chris Browne THE WIZARD OF ID By Brant Parker and Johnny Hart B.C. By Mastroianni & Hart MOTHER GOOSE AND GRIMM By Mike Peters PICKLES By Brian Crane MALLARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson ARIES (March 21-April 19). All the glory will go to the one who got into the mess of it and started racking up the mishaps, lessons and successes. So don't worry about whether or not it's too late. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Rumors travel in exciting ways. Usually they y. Sometimes they leak. Rumors never plod along. What plods along isn't juicy enough to be considered a rumor, nor will it qualify as news. Consider this in your PR strategy. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You would rather come up with a successful plan than have one presented to you. You would rather solve a problem than memorize the solutions of others. It's because learning is a process, not an answer. CANCER (June 22-July 22). You won't really nd the time to work on the things you want to work on, but if you make the time „ carve it out, declare it, keep it sacred „ then you'll have just as much as you willfully dedicated to the pursuit. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Remember the times when your thoughts, plus time and eort, resulted in altered reality, materialization and transformation? Today those thoughts will be harder to rein in, but you must, because thoughts become things. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Don't worry about how to do it. You're smart. The "how" won't be a problem once you get the truly important questions answered, the most relevant one being "Why?" LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). The easy road will be uneventful and boring, so choose something with more texture and pitch to it, though not so challenging as to cause you to become stuck or disheartened. Some diculties are more desirable than others. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Inventing yourself is much easier than reinventing yourself. Once people have an idea about you, it's dicult to overwrite that. But new people will accept what you show them, and you may as well have a little fun with this. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Even though you come into the world with a certain framework, much of your story is a co-creation between you and the outside world. Never forget your ultimate free will. This is a day to exercise it. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). A relationship will get on your nerves if you let it. No one is trying to irritate the other, but there are sticking points „ friction that comes up again and again until someone's resistance is rubbed away. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Gossip is dangerous. Make your mind up about people based on what you experience, not what you hear. Truly, people can poison your judgment with their opinions. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). In your current ambitious mood you believe that if it's not getting better, it's getting worse. That's why yours is a path of constant improvement and study, which will be easily accommodated with resources you nd today. TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Dec. 20). You're just beginning to get comfortable with being more powerful. Deals go down next month, and you bring on the new year with condence and cash. You'll be swept into a loved one's world in March. A job will have you trying out an alter ego. Love and lifestyle improvements busy you in the spring. Scorpio and Cancer adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 30, 2, 22, 13 and 40. HOROSCOPE Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers BIBLEQuench not the Spirit.Ž „ 1 Thessalonians 5:19. We ought to beware of anything that would clog up our fuel faith-line that would cause our spiritual motors to develop a miss.Ž „ Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty. Let there be liberty.

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Page 10 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Wednesday, December 20, 2017 DEAR ABBY: A year ago, my husband confessed that he was having an affair at work. Before it started, he tried setting VelmaŽ up with his twin brother, but she said she wasnt interested. Their affair lasted for months, until the guilt ate him up.Ž When he told me, I was devastated. We agreed to get counseling and work on our marriage. Well, it turns out Velma was also seeing his brother while she was with my husband. Oh! A nd she had a baby, and were not sure who the father is. My brother-in-law claims he loves Velma and she loves him. I have been asked if I am willing to sit with her, my husband and brother-in-law to clear the air.Ž I dont think I can do it. Although I want my brother-in-law to be happy, at the same time, I dont want to ever be near this woman. Please help. „ LOSING MYSELF DEAR LOSING YOURSELF: Has your brother-in-law married Velma? If not, I see no reason why you should be forced to clear anything with her. If the two of them have tied the knot, then I can see a bene“t for you in having a discussion. Of course, that discussion should be in the of“ce of a professional mediator, and you should “rst make a list of all the questions you would like her to answer. At the top of the list would be why she was sleeping with your husband and his brother at the same time. Close to that one would be why she thinks you would ever want to have a relationship with her. Take it from there and add questions of your own. DEAR ABBY: I am a Korean lady whose husband spends a lot of time on Facebook. He says its to promote his books. (He loves to write.) I think he does it to get recognition from his Facebook friends.Ž Well, that may be great for him. But my problem with him „ and Facebook „ is that sometimes he provides too much information about ME. None of it is positive. We had a “ght two weeks ago, and the next thing I knew, I was reading about it on Facebook, all from his point of view. Before that, he complained he only got a bowl of cereal for breakfast when he would have liked a hot meal instead. Excuse me, but whats stopping him from making one for himself when I have to drop off the kids at school and go to work? I feel hurt after reading what hes posting and ashamed for not being a good enoughŽ spouse. Am I overly sensitive or should I confront him about this? I could use some wise advice. „ EMBARRASSED IN KOREA DEAR EMBARRASSED: By all means talk to your husband about what hes been doing, because if he has complaints, they should be directed to you rather than his Facebook buddies. If you feel compelled to defend yourself, you can always reply to his posts to set the record straight. If he continues to publicly discuss what should be a private matter, you might be less embarrassed if you read his posts less often or unfriend him altogether. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www.DearAbby. com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. For an excellent guide to becoming a better conversationalist and a more sociable person, order How to Be Popular.Ž Send your name and mailing address, plus check or money order for $7 (U.S. funds) to: Dear Abby, Popularity Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, IL 61054-0447. (Shipping and handling are included in the price.)Other woman cheats on man whos cheating on his wifeDear Abby Dear Heloise: I have enj oyed your recipes for years. Do you have the one for mock pecan pie? Ive lost my old recipe. „ Deloris E., Spring“eld, Mo. I have a wonderful recipe for Mock Pecan Pie and its easy to make: Mock Pecan Pie 1 cup cooked unseasoned pinto beans 1 1‡2 to 2 cups sugar 4 ounces butter or margarine 4 eggs, well beaten 2 tablespoons molasses or dark corn syrup 3 teaspoons vanilla extract1‡2 teaspoon salt 1 (9-inch) pie shell, unbaked1‡2 cup chopped pecans Whipped cream or nondairy whipped topping (for serving) Preheat the oven to 350 F. Drain and mash the beans thoroughly. In a medium bowl, cream the sugar and butter. Add the eggs, molasses, vanilla and salt. Mix in the beans. Pour into the pie shell and sprinkle the chopped pecans on top. Bake for 45 to 60 minutes, until a knife inserted into the center comes out clean. Serve with the whipped cream. NOTE: Use canned beans, or start from dried beans. „ HeloiseFruit saladDear Heloise: I make a fruit salad that all my friends seem to love. I cut up oranges, strawberries, apples, bananas, celery, walnuts, raisins and pineapple, and use plain yogurt with 3 tablespoons of sour cream as a dressing. This is one of those easy salads that requires no measuring. You just make as much or as little as you want. „ Lorna W., Kailua, HawaiiPlastic picnicwareDear Readers: Instead of tossing out those plastic forks, knives and spoons, place them in a mesh bag and secure it to the top rack of your dishwasher. They will come out clean and reusable. Youll also be reducing land“ll clutter. Remember: Use it up, wear it out before you throw it out. „ HeloiseThis pecan pie can be mocked!Hints from Heloise PEANUTS By Charles Schulz CRANKSHAFT By Tom Batiuk & Chuck Ayers SHOE By Gary Brookins & Susie MacNelly ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman GARFIELD By Jim Davis DILBERT By Scott Adams REX MORGAN By Terry Beatty MARY WORTH By Karen Moy and June Brigman NON SEQUITUR By Wiley

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The Sun /Wednesday, December 20, 2017 www.yoursun.com Page 11 BORN LOSER By Art and Chip Sansom BLONDIE By Dean Young and John Marshall BABY BLUES By Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott MUTTS By Patrick McDonnell DOONSBURY By Garry Trudeau FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston Each row and each column must contain the numbers 1 through 4 (easy) or 1 through 6 (challenging) without repeating. The numbers within the heavily outlined boxes, called cages, must combine using the given operation (in any order) to produce the target numbers in the top-left corners. Freebies: Fill in single-box cages with the number in the top-left corner. 12-20-17KenKen is a registered trademark of Nextoy, LLC. 2017 KenKen Puzzle LLC. All rights reserved. Dist. by Andrews McMeel Syndication. www.kenken.com

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Page 12 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Wednesday, December 20, 2017 STATE TAMPA, Fla. „ The homeowners who provided police with the eerie surveillance video of the hooded man accused in a string of fatal shootings that terrorized a Florida neighborhood during October and November now want a piece of the $110,000 reward. Police in Tampa released the video that showed a man slowly walking down a Seminole Heights street just before an Oct. 9 shooting and then running in the opposite direction moments later. The cameras are attached to Patrick and Kelly Holladays bungalow. They told the Tampa Bay Times it would have been nice to have shared in the reward. That money was given to a McDonalds manager, Delonda Walker, who helped break the case when the suspect in the killings handed her a paper bag with a gun inside on Nov. 28. She showed it to a police of“cer who was in the restaurant. Howell Donaldson III was arrested and charged with four counts of “rst-degree murder in the deaths of Benjamin Mitchell, Monica Hoffa, Anthony Naiboa and Ronald Felton. Most of the donors who contributed to the reward fund conferred with Tampa police before Chief Brian Dugan and Mayor Bob Buckhorn announced that Walker would get the money. I was not amused that we werent considered for anything,Ž said Kelly Holladay, 50. We put ourselves in jeopardy and helped police immensely. I hate to say these words but we might seek legal advice.Ž Police spokesperson Steve Hegarty said the decision was made to give it to the person whose actions led directly to the arrest of the suspect.Ž The Holladays argue that their video was all police had to go on for several weeks. According to police, snippets of the Holladays video show Donaldson in the moments before and after the shooting of Michell, 22, as he waited for a bus less than a block from the couples home. Kelly Holladay said she was sitting in the kitchen that night, where a monitor feeds display feeds from the seven cameras on their property. She saw a tall, slim “gure running across one of the screens. I told Pat, you should see this guy, he was running like he was being chased,Ž she said. While they didnt hear gunshots, a neighbor did. When police arrived, the Holladays waved them over and told them about the man. They showed of“cers the footage. Detectives stopped by later and downloaded their video archive. Four days later, police released the “rst video of the man, calling him a person of interest. A week later, they released video of the man running in the opposite direction. The only thing they kept showing was our video,Ž Kelly Holladay said. After Donaldson was arrested, she called Crime Stoppers and wrote a letter to the police chief, making their case for the reward money. We felt like both Dugan and the mayor kind of downplayed the role we played in it,Ž said Patrick Holladay, 74. They said they got 5,000 tips, like ours was worth no more than the others.Ž The restaurant manager was the appropriate recipient for the $5,000 put up by Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay, said president Debbie Carter. They provided the video but the person responsible for the arrest was the manager at McDonalds,Ž Carter said.Couple who provided video of suspect want piece of rewardASSOCIATED PRESS DONALDSON | HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE STATEYoung immigrants fate unclear as Congress delays DACA fixMIAMI (AP) „ Laura Lopez is a Mexican immigrant who lives in Florida but she is facing deportation after missing the deadline to renew her application for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. She and thousands of others who missed the October deadline are now getting a glimpse into what will happen if Congress doesnt act soon to save the program that allows children brought to the United States illegally to remain in the country with temporary protection from deportation and permission to legally work. President Donald Trump phased out the program earlier this year and left it up to Congress to come up with a permanent replacement. Lopez says she missed the deadline by a few hours. Shes now bracing to lose her drivers license and work privileges later this week.Space station gets 3 new astronauts, bringing crew back to 6CAPE CANAVERAL (AP) „ The International Space Station has three new residents, doubling its crew size. An American, Russian and Japanese arrived at the orbiting lab Tuesday, two days after launching from Kazakhstan. They received special greetings from Americas new ambassador to Russia. Ambassador Jon Huntsman gathered with the astronauts families at Mission Control outside Moscow to watch the new crews entrance. Huntsman told newly arrived NASA astronaut Scott Tingle that he got a tear in his eye, as he watched Tingles family when the hatches opened. Huntsman said it was the most special thingŽ being there and feeling all the emotion. Tingle ”ew up in a Soyuz capsule with Russias Anton Shkaplerov and Japans Norishige Kanai. The space station is now back to a full crew of six.Florida inmates escaped by chipping away at wall under sinkCHIPLEY (AP) „ A Florida sheriff says two inmates chipped away at a wall under a sink in their cell to gain access to an adjoining maintenance room that led them to the jail yard and beyond its walls. Washington County Sheriff Kevin Crews said in a news release that 39-year-old David Allan Anderson and 27-yearold Ronly Diza Pado escaped late Sunday night from the jail in Chipley, which is north of Panama City in Floridas Panhandle. He says they crawled under a padlocked gate. The News Herald reports multiple agencies are searching for the two. Pado, who was jailed on drug charges, also is also accused of fatally stabbing another inmate in June. Anderson was awaiting trial on charges stemming from a highspeed chase and already was sentenced to 22 years in federal prison.Donald Trump joins Disneys Hall of PresidentsORLANDO (AP) „ An animatronic “gure of Donald Trump has joined Disneys Hall of Presidents in Florida. The Orlando Sentinel reports that a robotic facsimile of the 45th president of the United States stood front and slightly off-center Monday for the soft reopening of the long-running Walt Disney World attraction. The Trump “gure moves his head during the traditional roll call of leaders, motions with his arms and gives a brief speech. A Disney spokeswoman says Trump recorded his Hall of Presidents script earlier this year. Every sitting president since Bill Clinton has had a speaking part. The Hall of Presidents debuted at the Magic Kingdom in 1971 and gets an update with each change in leadership. After closing in January, the theater received an upgrade in its sound, light and projection packages. Disney has not announced an of“cial opening date. MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM YOUR SUV HEADQUARTERS! Warrens Has Your Quality, Pre-Owned, Late Model, SUV In-Stock! 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December 2017 € Page 1 Feeling FIT Sun Central Media Group Feeling FIT SUN CENTRAL MEDIA GROUP Auburndale, Bartow, Davenport, Four Corners, Frostproof, Haines City, Lake Wales, Lakeland December 2017 Meet Dr. Cooper

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Sun Central Media GroupFrom the White House to Winter HavenBy Tara Crutcheld Orthopedic Surgeon, William Cooper, D.O. has always known he wanted to be in the medical eld. Dr. Cooper has been with Gessler Clinic for a year and a half now. Along with his wife and two kids, age three and eight, they are settling in and enjoying their time here in Florida. And we are lucky to have him. Born in Port Huron, Michigan, Dr. Cooper eventually moved to Connecticut where he would graduate high school. Aerwards, enlisted in the Navy as a Corpsman for 6 years. During that time, Dr. Cooper nished his undergraduate degree by going to school wherever he was stationed. To complete his degree, he attended 11 dierent schools. Around the same time his commitment with the Navy was ending, he took his MCAT and was accepted into medical school at Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He talked about the time he realized he wanted to become a doctor. My father had a ruptured brain aneurism when I was young. So, from the time I was 16 or 17, I was spending a lot of time in hospitals and I just knew thats what I wanted to do.Ž He continued, I felt like I had the personality to get into it. I felt like I could do a good job. ere were times in that period where I was unhappy with some of the interactions with some of the physicians. I thought I could do a good job and could make this better for other people. ats kind of where the spark was and I never looked back, never considered anything else from that point on.Ž Knowing he wanted to do something within the surgical eld and with a very mechanical brain, Dr. Cooper thought that Orthopedics would be a good t for him. Dr. Cooper was awarded a scholarship with the Army that paid each year of medical school in return for a year of service. So, he enlisted. I did my residency and my training with the army. It was a combined military and civilian program out in El Paso with Texas Tech.Ž Aer his residency in El Paso, he was stationed in the Washington D.C. for 4 years at Ft. Belvoir in Virginia. During his time there, Dr. Cooper was deployed to Afghanistan and did consulting work as the orthopedic surgeon to e White House. Dr. Cooper started to see some of their sta members at his clinic over the course of a few weeks. He was invited to a Christmas Party to say, thank you for working these patients in. At the White House Christmas party, he met the physician to the president and vice president as well as the head of the medical unit. at conversation turned into an invitation to come to e White House to do clinic. Of course, Id never turn that down,Ž Dr. Cooper remarked. During clinicals at e White House, he would see everyone from support sta and their family members all the way up to V.I.P. level sta. During his time in medical school at Nova Southeastern University, he fell in love with the sunshine state. When his military commitment was up, Dr. Cooper knew he wanted to live here. He sought employment and interviewed all over Florida, deciding on Gessler Clinic in Winter Haven saying, is was just the best opportunity for me.Ž Outside of the clinic and the operating room, Dr. Cooper enjoys spending time with his kids. Im always running around doing crazy stu with the kids. I just nished up coaching my sons little league baseball team, so Im always busy with them.Ž When the doctor isnt spending quality time with his little ones, he enjoys doing cross t at the gym and mountain biking. When we spoke, he had a Spartan Race coming up the following weekend. From the operating room to his sons little league game, Dr. Cooper dedicates his life to helping others. Hes done a great service for the country during his time in the military and e White House, and now for our community and the patients at Gessler Clinic. Page 2 € December 2017 Feeling FIT

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Page 4 € December 2017 Feeling FIT Sun Central Media Group Before, when I looked in the mirror all I saw was my weight. Now I see the real me. The happy, healthy, active me.As Im getting smaller, my world is getting bigger.Weight loss surgery changed my life.FREE WEIGHT LOSS SURGERY SEMINARTuesday, January 2, 4:00 p.m. Monday, January 8, 4:00 p.m. Heart of Florida Regional Medical CenterFirst Floor Boardroom, 40100 U.S. 27, Davenport, FL Register today at HeartofFloridaWeightLoss.com or call 866-997-DOCS (3627) P atient r esu lts ma y v ary C ons ult yo ur phy sic ian ab out th e bene ts and risks o f a a a a ny sur gic al pro ced ure or tr eat t t men men t H ea rt of Florida R egi ona l M edi cal Ce nte r i s owned in part by ph ysi cians. e New Year brings with it new resolutions and the opportunity for new beginnings. For many of us, improving our health ranks high on our list of resolutions. e vision is there, and the will. But many times, the means and inevitably, the endurance to persevere, escape us. By the spring time, diets are forgotten, gym clothes are worn less and less. And by the summer, we are looking forward to the upcoming New Year to make the same resolutions again, hoping that next year will bring more success. is cycle is familiar to many people. We wo uld all like to feel healthy; the problem is knowing how to get there, and then having the fortitude and support to make that journey. One of the most common resolutions is weight loss. I am sure you have heard by now of the obesity epidemicŽ that is aicting western society. It is not exaggerated … almost half of the US population is overweight or obese as dened by Body Mass Index or BMI. BMI is simply a ratio of height to weight that is used as a rough estimate in health measurements. When polled, the majority of Americans would say that they are unsatised with their weight, with almost all of these wishing they could lose weight. ere are innumerable diets available out there, especially in this age of information. Similarly for exercise regimen. All of them guarantee results and are usually supported by testimonials from satised participants with impressive weight loss and tness photos. So with this plethora of information and expertise, why are we still obese and unhappy about it? e answer lies in the unreliability of crash dieting. I ask all of my patients … is the diet you are currently on one that you feel you can follow for months or years. Invariably the answer is no,Ž the diet is temporary, but the expectations of weight loss is long-term. It simply will not add up that way. Diets that restrict intake either by amount or by composition are not sustainable because the body is not wired to be perpetually decient. A breaking point will be reached, and that is when diets fail. Successful diet programs are geared toward longterm results. First, they take into account individual characteristics … how active is the person, daily caloric needs, starting body weight, any illnesses such as diabetes, etc. Secondly, they are built on the principals of moderation and sustainability. Otherwise, its like trying to hold your breath … some of us can do it for longer than others, but eventually we all have to exhale. Apply these principles when planning a diet. € SPACING … 3 main meals per day with 2 snacks in between. e rst meal within 1 hour of waking and the last at least 2 hours before sleeping € BALANCE … we tend to eat our heaviest meal in the evenings, whereas breakfast is rushed or skipped altogether. It should be the other way around, with breakfast and lunch the heavierŽ meals and dinner the lightest. € COMPOSITION … we need all of the basic nutrients; there is no such thing as a no carbŽ diet long term. Eat some carbohydrates at breakfast and lunch, less at dinner. Include protein and ber in every meal to stay full. Snacks should be the same. € HYDRATION … Drink enough water! Roughly, drink 1 ounce daily for every kilogram of your body weight. ese are just guidelines for planning a sustainable diet that can be tailored to each individual. Adhering to these basic principles though will oer more long-term success than most fad diets. Most important, it will allow the body to streamline itself without causing nutritional deciencies. So no low-energy and episodes of dizziness on low-carb diets. No feeling hungry all day and craving sugar at the end of each meal. It might sound corny, but moderation IS the key to success. Feel free to talk to your doctor or nutritionist when planning a diet that would be ideal for you. Dr. Seetahal is a board-certied general and bariatric surgeon. For questions related to surgical health or weight loss, contact him at shiva.seetahal@ heartoorida.com, or call his oce at 863-421-7626 to schedule an appointment. Member of the Medical Sta at Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center. Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center is owned in part by physicians.Losing Weight and Feeling Healthy … Goals to Live By!By Dr. Seetahal

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December 2017 € Page 5 Feeling FIT Sun Central Media Group Lakeland, FL … Watson Clinic is pleased to welcome three recent additions to our expert team of medical providers. e highly skilled certie d physician assistants and nurse practitioners oer expanded appointment availability, and an exceptional quality of care that compliments the eorts of each physician they work alongside. M. Allison Fojtik, ARNP-C assists Cardiology physicians, Drs. Mark Mines Jorge Gonzalez John Canto and Patrick Reddy from Watson Clinic Main at 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd. in Lakeland. She possesses decades of experience in emergency department and critical care settings. Ms. Fojtik received her Master and Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees from Florida Southern College in Lakeland, FL. She is a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, American Association of Nurse Practitioners and Florida Association of Nurse Practitioners. To schedule an appointment with Ms. Fojtik call 863-680-7490 or visit www.WatsonClinic.com Angela J. Ritchea, ARNP-C collaborates with Nephrology physicians Drs. Michael Achinger and Steven Achinger from Watson Clinic Main in Lakeland. She specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of kidney disorders. Ms. Ritchea received her Associates Degree in Nursing at Belmont Technical College in St. Clairsville, OH, and her Bachelor and Master of Science in Nursing degrees from Wheeling Jesuit University in Wheeling, WV. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. To schedule an appointment with Ms. Ritchea call 863-680-7190 or visit WatsonClinic.com Victoria K. Harrison, PA-C assists Radiology physicians from Watson Clinic Main. Ms. Harrison received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Barry University in Miami Shores, FL, and her Master of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL, where she participated in the Physician Assistant Program. She is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, Florida Academy of Physician Assistants, and she is certied by the National Commission on Certication of Physician Assistants. For more information on Ms. Harrison and Watson Clinics Radiology department, please call 863-680-7000 or visit www.WatsonClinic.comAbout Watson Clinic LLP: As one of the largest multispecialty medical clinics in the southeast, Watson Clinic provides comprehensive healthcare services to residents of Lakeland and surrounding communities. First established in 1941, Watson Clinic has grown to include over 220 boardcertied physicians representing more than 40 medical and surgical specialties. e Clinic is proud to deliver quality healthcare to every generation from our Main Clinic location at 1600 Lakeland Hills Boulevard in Lakeland, as well as at multiple convenient locations throughout Polk, Pasco and Hillsborough counties. More information is available at: www.WatsonClinic.com. www.BondClinic.com 863-293-1191 Bond Clinic has been honored to oer quality healthcare since 1948 and during that time has purposed to meet the ever growing needs of our thriving community. Our new campus will accommodate expanded Urgent Clinic and Pediatric Departments, a new Cancer & Research Center and 23 physicians and nurse practitioners. At 36,000 square feet, we are delighted that this campus will allow us to increase the services available close to home. Anothe r improvement is the new Urgent Care hours which will now be open 8am-8pm daily. New patients are welcome and no appointments are necessary. B d Cli i h b h d li h h l h i i 19 48 d d i h i h h d h h i Announcing the Opening of Bond Clinic’s First Street Campus325 First St N, Winter Haven Pediatrics & Urgent Care Opening January 8thMain Campus 500 E. Central Ave. Winter Haven, FL 33880 Downtown Campus 199 Ave B. N.W. Winter Haven, FL 33881 East Campus 3000 Woodmont Ave. Winter Haven, FL 33884 Ophthalmology 506 Ave A S.E. Winter Haven, FL 33880 Davenport Campus40124 US Hwy 27, Suite 102 Davenport, FL 33837Lakeland Campus … Dr.Gabriel4730 Exploration Ave. Lakeland, FL 33812By Appointment OnlyLake Wales Campus … Dr. Lerner1342 S.R. 60 East Lake Wales, FL 33853 863-679-1552By Appointment OnlyMarc Feldman, DPM Podiatry & Foot Surgery401 E. Central Ave. Winter Haven, FL 33880 863-299-9100 4900 Sun N Lake Blvd.#1 Sebring, FL 33872 863-385-5506 Our Locations WATSON CLINIC RECRUITS THREE ADDITIONAL MEDICAL PROVIDERS M. Allison Fojtik, ARNP-CAngela J. Ritchea, ARNP-CVictoria K. Harrison, PA-C

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December 2017 € Page 7 Feeling FIT Sun Central Media Groupurston Comprehensive Dental Center By Tara Crutcheld Making oral health a priority and helping to give people dazzling smiles, Dr. Frederick D. urston has been an asset to the community of Auburndale since opening his practice in 1980. Growing up in Clearwater, Dr. urston attended the University of Florida, where he received his Dental Degree in 1979. roughout the years, the practice has grown and evolved, adding new doctors, according to Barbara Scott, urston Dentals oce manager. Scott, who has been with the practice for 32 years, had this to say regarding the other doctors, We are also happy to have Dr. Ela Torres-Moore back with us from previously practicing with Dr. Murchison in Winter Haven, and Dr. Parker Duke, a recent University of Florida graduate, who is a lifelong Polk County resident, and happy to be home.Ž Having multiple dentists has allowed the practice to cover a wide array of services according to Scott, remarking, We can handle dental emergencies, routine and periodontal care, Implants, Dentures, Cosmetics, Invisalign, Botox.Ž One area that urston especially prides themselves on is their adaptability to new and emerging technology in their eld. ey embrace any changes that will improve the experience and treatment of their patients by upgrading equipment and processes as new technology arises. With so many years at urston Dental, Scott has seen these technological advancements rst hand, explaining, As with the rest of the world, Dental Technology has changed considerably. Digital has had probably the largest impact on dentistry, rst with digital radiography which is safer for pat ients, as well as better diagnostic quality. Digital CT scans allow for us to diagnose and treat infection and disease that would have previously gone untreated. Digital den tistry is also utilized in the fabrication of crowns in our dental laboratory.Ž With oral health oen overlooked what makes it extraordinarily important to keep up with? You are right, dental care is oen overlooked, however, it is directly connected to a patients overall health in many areas. It is the beginning of the digestion process, there is a connection to heart health, Oral cancer, selfesteem, and many others, which is why we educate our patients on their personal situation as well as dental health in general. By the time a patient is experiencing pain, there are less options are it is generally costlier. Prevention and early diag nosis is the most cost-eective,Ž explained Scott. ough dental care is readily available with a selection of practices to choose from, anyone who has ever had a less than satisfying experience knows the impact of a great dental practice. With their ever-expanding technology, the range of services, and customer-centered approach to dentistry, the list of things setting them apart from the fold goes on. What makes urston Dental dierent, in their own words? Our practice is built on the platform of patient education. We utilize technology to better diagnose, and educate patients on their dental health, which allows them to make informed decisions. Our team is like family to our patients, we take the time to get to know everyone. We also have an on-site dental laboratory which allows our technicians and dentists to communicate directly. is enhances the services our patients receive,Ž reected Barbara. e future looks bright for the practice, says Scott! urston is expanding their hours to better serve their patient base, having appointment availability Monday … ursday from 7:30 am … 6:00 pm and Friday 8:00 am … 4:00 pm. In the coming year, the practice will also be having free aer-hours seminars for, patients to learn about the benets of dental implants.Ž e next seminar will be on January 31st. To nd out more about the seminars, the practice, or to make an appointment, visit them in their oce at 308 East Park Street in Auburndale, give them a call at (863) 852-1227 or visit their website, http://www.drthurston.com. Dr. Frederick D. urston Dr. Ela Torres-Moore Dr. Parker Dukee Sta of urston Comprehensive Dental Center, Inc. 308 East Park Street in Auburndale (863) 852-1227 www.drthurston.com

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Page 8 € December 2017 Feeling FIT Sun Central Media Group December 20-Dont Suer from Shoulder Pain (Free) 6pm An informative presentation with board-certied orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist Dr. Douglas Shenkman. Learn the latest options used to remedy shoulder pain, ranging from nonsurgical options all the way through the most advanced surgical treatments, including minimally invasive surgery and computer-assisted procedures. Watson Clinic Main, 1st Floor Library, 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd. in Lakeland RSVP: 863-680-7042 21-Diabetes Support Group (Free) 11am-noon Open discussion held by a certied diabetes educator for all diabetes related topics. Winter Haven Hospital Wellness Center Conference Room, 200 Avenue F NE, Winter Haven, FL 33881. Call for more info 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 21-Total Joint Replacement (Free) 12:30-2pm Increase your knowledge of total joint replacement, prepare for surgery and become familiar with the recovery process. Winter Haven Hospital Wellness Center Conference Room, 200 Avenue F NE, Winter Haven, FL 33881. Call for more info 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 28-Total Joint Replacement (Free) 12:30-2pm Increase your knowledge of total joint replacement, prepare for surgery and become familiar with the recovery process. Winter Haven Hospital Wellness Center Conference Room, 200 Avenue F NE, Winter Haven, FL 33881. Call for more info 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org January 2-Total Joint Replacement (Free) 1-2pm Bartow Regional Medical Center Classroom 1, 2200 Osprey Blvd, Bartow. Increase your knowledge of total joint replacement, prepare for surgery and become familiar with the recovery process. 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 2-Weight Loss Surgery-Mini Gastric Bypass (Free) 4pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, 40100 U.S. 27, First Floor Boardroom, Davenport. Cesare Peraglie, MD, will be discussing the Mini Gastric Bypass procedure. Weight loss surgery sta will be on hand to discuss the health benets of the weight loss surgery, the requirements both preand post-surgery and to answer any questions you may have. We will also have sta available to discuss insurance questions as well. Space is limited, so register today www.heartoorida.com 4-Total Joint Replacement (Free) 12:30-2pm Increase your knowledge of total joint replacement, prepare for surgery and become familiar with the recovery process. Winter Haven Hospital Wellness Center Conference Room, 200 Avenue F NE, Winter Haven, FL 33881. Call for more info 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 8-Weight Loss Surgery Seminar-Sleeve Gastrectomy (Free) 4pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, 40100 U.S. 27, First Floor Boardroom, Davenport. Shiva Seetahal, MD, will explain all about the Sleeve Gastrectomy procedure. Weight loss surgery sta will be on hand to discuss the health benets of weight loss surgery, the requirements both preand post-surgery and to answer any questions you may have. We will also have sta available to discuss insurance questions as well. Space is limited, so register today www. heartoorida.com 9-Total Joint Replacement (Free) 1-2pm Bartow Regional Medical Center Classroom 1, 2200 Osprey Blvd, Bartow. Increase your knowledge of total joint replacement, prepare for surgery and become familiar with the recovery process. 855-269-4777 or baycare.org 10-Diabetes Support Group (Free) 5:30pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, 40100 U.S. 27, 3rd Floor Education Department, Davenport. The Diabetes Support Group is an opportunity for people who have diabetes to discuss their lives, struggles and successes with one another. It is an chance to form benecial relationships with other people in your community living with diabetes. www.heartoorida.com 10-Prepared Childbirth ($40) In-depth coverage of the third trimester, labor, breathing, relaxation, birthing and postpartum concerns. 4 Scheduled Dates: 1/10/2018 6:30PM-8:45PM (Wednesday) 1/17/2018 6:30PM-8:45PM (Wednesday) 1/24/2018 6:30PM-8:45PM (Wednesday) 1/31/2018 6:30PM-8:45PM (Wednesday) Registration is for expectan t parent +1 guest. Class occurs over four consecutive weeks. Designed for rst-time parents seeking a more natural birthing experience. Winter Haven Womens Hospital Classroom A, 101 Avenue O SE, Winter Haven, FL 33880. Call for more info 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 11-Lunch & Learn Robotic Joint Replacement Seminar (Free) Noon Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, 40100 U.S. 27, Davenport. Orthopedic Surgeon, Abhijit Manaswi, M.D., will answer your questions about your joint replacement options and much more during this free lunch & learn seminar. Light lunch will be served but space is limited. Get back to whats important to you! Learn about a new approach to joint replacement. Call (866) 997-DOCS to register; 11-Total Joint Replacement (Free) 12:30-2pm Increase your knowledge of total joint replacement, prepare for surgery and become familiar with the recovery process. Winter Haven Hospital Wellness Center Conference Room, 200 Avenue F NE, Winter Haven, FL 33881. Call for more info 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org Feeling HEALTHY

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December 2017 € Page 9 Feeling FIT Sun Central Media Group 12-Chat & Chew Skype with Dr. Garth Davis/Weight Loss Doctor (Free) 11:30am-1:30pm Winter Haven Public Library, 325 Avenue A NW. Katya Galbis, LD a registered dietitian will be available to answer questions before/after the meeting. Start your year with Fresh Ideas, Fresh Food and Fresh Weight Loss and Health GoalsŽ with Chat and Chew. Arrive early; seating is limited-rst come rst serve. Ask Dr. Garth your weight-loss related questions. Please email questions to: 54321health@ gmail.com 13-Childbirth Education Class ($45) 8am-4:30pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, Education Boardroom, 40100 U.S. 27, Davenport. Gain a better understanding of the process of labor and delivery and get answers your questions about the birthing process with a certied childbirth educator. They encourage labor partners to attend. The class is $45 per couple (only one ticket is needed per couple). Please register online at www. heartoorida.com and present ticket when attending the class. Call 863-419-BABY for more information. 13-Caring For Your Newborn ($20) 9am-noon This 3-hour class, taught by a licensed Registered Nurse (RN), is designed for expectant parents and will cover basic newborn care including: Basics of Infant CPR, Feeding your Baby, Changing your Baby, Bathing your Baby, New Baby Well-Care, Plus Much More. Watson Main Clinic Library, 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd Lakeland, 33805. Questions regarding the education classes, please contact 863-393-9475. Note: You must be a Watson Clinic patient to participate. Register online www. watsonclinic.com 13-Breastfeeding Basics Class ($20) 1-4pm This 3-hour class is taught by a licensed Registered Nurse (RN) and certied breastfeeding educator. Topics to be covered include: Why breastfeed, Best positions & latching on, Milk production & pumping, Schedules vs. feeding on demand and Answers to common questions. Watson Main Clinic Library, 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd Lakeland, 33805. Questions regarding the education classes, please contact 863-393-9475. Note: You must be a Watson Clinic patient to participate. Register online www.watsonclinic.com 13-Breastfeeding Class ($15) 9:30am-noon Covers breastfeeding basics, skin-to-skin contact, tips for returning to work and when to call a health care provider/lactation consultant. Registration is for the expectant parent plus one guest. Winter Haven Womens Hospital Classroom A, 101 Avenue O SE, Winter Haven, FL 33880. Call for more info 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 13-Labor & Delivery Tour (Free) 3pm Expectant parents are invited to learn more about our family-focused approach to maternity care. Take a complimentary tour of Heart of Florida Regional Medical Centers Labor & Delivery Unit, 5th Floor Lobby, 40100 U.S. 27, Davenport. View the birthing suites, meet the sta, learn about educational opportunities and get questions answered. Register online at heartoorida.com or Call 863419-BABY for more information. 15-Breastfeeding Support Group (Free) 5:30pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, 5th Floor Lobby, 40100 U.S. 27, Davenport. New and expectant mothers can share and learn about breastfeeding in this interactive breastfeeding support group with an International Board Certied Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). Meet with other breastfeeding moms to discuss all aspects of baby care, development, and feeding. Share concerns and work through issues with a support network of women. Free to attend and refreshments provided. Due to the intimacy of mother-baby bonding this is a womens only group. Call 863-419-BABY or register online at www.heartoorida.com. 16-Total Joint Replacement (Free) 1-2pm Bartow Regional Medical Center Classroom 1, 2200 Osprey Blvd, Bartow. Increase your knowledge of total joint replacement, prepare for surgery and become familiar with the recovery process. 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 18-Living Well + Eating Better (Free) 11am-1pm OR 5-7pm Special Guest Donald Hensrud, MD, Mayo Clinics Healthy Living Program Director, will motivate guests as he brings to life the essentials of The New York Times bestselling book, The Mayo Clinic Diet. Each guest will receive a complimentary copy of the hardcover book to bring home for continued use. A special nutritious lunch will be served during the afternoon program from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., and a delicious, healthy dinner will be prepared for the evening program from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. … all featuring recipes from The Mayo Clinic Diet. Lakeland Regional Health dietitians, physical therapists and community health experts will be on hand to screen guests for balance, blood glucose levels, blood pressure, body mass index and weight. In addition, a Mayo Clinic Registered Dietitian will make a special appearance to lead breakout sessions on childrens nutrition and healthy eating on a budget. RSVPs are required call 863.687.1400. Space is limited. Deadline to RSVP is January 10. Lakeland Regional Health mylrh.org 18-Newborn Care ($15) 6-9pm Covers various aspects of safe infant care including feeding, diapering, bathing and signs of illness, as well as cues and communication. Registration is for the expectant parent plus one guest. Winter Haven Womens Hospital Classroom A, 101 Avenue O SE, Winter Haven, FL 33880. Call for more info 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 20-Pregnancy & Childbirth Education Class ($50) 9am-4pm A class designed to prepare couples for the miracle of childbirth, taught by a licensed registered nurse (RN). This course will cover various concerns experienced during pregnancy, labor and delivery, as well as provide information on breathing techniques, labor pains and medication options during delivery. The class will also oer a tour of the hospital OB area. Watson Main Clinic Library, 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd Lakeland, 33805. Questions regarding the education classes, please contact 863-393-9475. Note: You must be a Watson Clinic patient to participate. Register online www. watsonclinic.com 23-Brain Injury Support Group (Free) 7-8:30pm Open forum for brain injury survivors and their caregivers, family and friends on how to live life to the fullest after a traumatic injury. Winter Haven Hospital Wellness Center Conference Room, 200 Avenue F NE, Winter Haven, FL 33881. Call for more info 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 25-Diabetes Support Group (Free) 11am-noon Open discussion held by a certied diabetes educator for all diabetes related topics. Winter Haven Hospital Wellness Center Conference Room, 200 Avenue F NE, Winter Haven, FL 33881. Call for more info 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 25-Dr. Douglas Shenkmans Orthopaedic LectureKnee Pain (Free) During this informative lecture, board-certied orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist Dr. Douglas Shenkman will discuss the latest options used to remedy knee pain, including the most advanced surgical treatments such as minimally invasive and computer-assisted procedures. Watson Clinic Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, 2190 E. County Road 540A Lakeland. RSVP: 863-680-7042 AdvancedEyecareFl.com | 863-294-5457Over the years, Advanced Eyecare Associates has grown to become one of the most trusted providers of surgical and specialty eye care in Central Florida. Recently, weve expanded our practice to include a new physician as well as a new-and-improved location for our patients in Southeast Polk: 1611 State Road 60 E. in Lake Wales. As always, we look forward to helping you see better and feel better at your next visit.Dr. Adam Breunig, M.D.Specializing in Glaucoma & Comprehensive Eye Care Winter Haven, Haines City & LakelandNOW ACCEPTING PATIENTSAdvancedEyecareFl.com | 863-294-5457Were Growingto Better Serve You Continued on Page 10

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Page 10 € December 2017 Feeling FIT Sun Central Media Group Feburary 1-Birth Center Tour (Free) 5:30-7pm Visit birth suites, mom-baby unit and other key areas to familiarize yourself with the facility and help you prepare to give birth. Register the expectant mother only. One guest may also attend. The tour will show the Labor and Delivery oor, and attendees will get information on pre-admission and receive other items to prepare prior to delivery. Winter Haven Womens Hospital Classroom A, 101 Avenue O SE, Winter Haven, FL 33880. Call for more info 855269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 1-Pregnancy & Childbirth Education-Thursday Evenings ($50) 6:30-8:30pm from 2/1/18-2/22/18. A class designed to prepare couples for the miracle of childbirth, taught by a licensed registered nurse (RN). This course will cover various concerns experienced during pregnancy, labor and delivery, as well as provide information on breathing techniques, labor pains and medication options during delivery. The class will also oer a tour of the hospital OB area. Watson Main Clinic Library, 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd Lakeland, 33805. Questions regarding the education classes, please contact 863-393-9475. Note: You must be a Watson Clinic patient to participate. Register online www.watsonclinic.com 6-Weight Loss Surgery-Mini Gastric Bypass (Free) 4pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, 40100 U.S. 27, First Floor Boardroom, Davenport. Cesare Peraglie, MD, will be discussing the Mini Gastric Bypass procedure. Weight loss surgery sta will be on hand to discuss the health benets of the weight loss surgery, the requirements both preand post-surgery and to answer any questions you may have. We will also have sta available to discuss insurance questions as well. Space is limited, so register today www.heartoorida. com 10-Childbirth Education Class ($45) 8am-4:30pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, Education Boardroom, 40100 U.S. 27, Davenport. Gain a better understanding of the process of labor and delivery and get answers your questions about the birthing process with a certied childbirth educator. They encourage labor partners to attend. The class is $45 per couple (only one ticket is needed per couple). Please register online at www. heartoorida.com and present ticket when attending the class. Call 863-419-BABY for more information. 10-Prepared Childbirth (Express) ($40) 9am-5pm Helps expectant mothers become active participants in childbirth. Covers breathing, coping, comfort, medications and postpartum adjustment. Registration covers the expectant parent plus one guest. Bring two pillows and a blanket, a pen for registration, a snack and drink. The fee includes a prepared childbirth book. Winter Haven Womens Hospital Classroom A, 101 Avenue O SE, Winter Haven, FL 33880. Call for more info 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 10-Caring For Your Newborn ($20) 9am-noon This 3-hour class, taught by a licensed Registered Nurse (RN), is designed for expectant parents and will cover basic newborn care including: Basics of Infant CPR, Feeding your Baby, Changing your Baby, Bathing your Baby, New Baby Well-Care, Plus Much More. Watson Main Clinic Library, 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd Lakeland, 33805. Questions regarding the education classes, please contact 863-393-9475. Note: You must be a Watson Clinic patient to participate. Register online www. watsonclinic.com 10-Breastfeeding Basics Class ($20) 1-4pm This 3-hour class is taught by a licensed Registered Nurse (RN) and certied breastfeeding educator. Topics to be covered include: Why breastfeed, Best positions & latching on, Milk production & pumping, Schedules vs. feeding on demand and Answers to common questions. Watson Main Clinic Library, 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd Lakeland, 33805. Questions regarding the education classes, please contact 863-393-9475. Note: You must be a Watson Clinic patient to participate. Register online www.watsonclinic.com 10-Labor & Delivery Tour (Free) 3pm Expectant parents are invited to learn more about our family-focused approach to maternity care. Take a complimentary tour of Heart of Florida Regional Medical Centers Labor & Delivery Unit, 5th Floor Lobby, 40100 U.S. 27, Davenport. View the birthing suites, meet the sta, learn about educational opportunities and get questions answered. Register online at heartoorida.com or Call 863419-BABY for more information. 12-Weight Loss Surgery Seminar-Sleeve Gastrectomy (Free) 4pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, 40100 U.S. 27, First Floor Boardroom, Davenport. Shiva Seetahal, MD, will explain all about the Sleeve Gastrectomy procedure. Weight loss surgery sta will be on hand to discuss the health benets of weight loss surgery, the requirements both preand post-surgery and to answer any questions you may have. We will also have sta available to discuss insurance questions as well. Space is limited, so register today www. heartoorida.com 12-Breastfeeding Support Group (Free) 5:30pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, 5th Floor Lobby, 40100 U.S. 27, Davenport. New and expectant mothers can share and learn about breastfeeding in this interactive breastfeeding support group with an International Board Certied Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). Meet with other breastfeeding moms to discuss all aspects of baby care, development, and feeding. Share concerns and work through issues with a support network of women. Free to attend and refreshments provided. Due to the intimacy of mother-baby bonding this is a womens only group. Call 863-419-BABY or register online at www.heartoorida.com. 12-Breastfeeding Class ($15) 6-8:30pm Covers breastfeeding basics, skin-to-skin contact, tips for returning to work and when to call a health care provider/lactation consultant. Registration is for the expectant parent plus one guest. Winter Haven Womens Hospital Classroom A, 101 Avenue O SE, Winter Haven, FL 33880. Call for more info 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 13-Infant & Child CPR ($15) 5:30-7pm Learn to perform lifesaving CPR and choking rescue methods on infants and children based on American Heart Association guidelines. The fee for this class is per person. This is not a certication class, it is for information only. Winter Haven Womens Hospital Classroom A, 101 Avenue O SE, Winter Haven, FL 33880. Call for more info 855269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 14-Diabetes Support Group (Free) 5:30pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, 40100 U.S. 27, 3rd Floor Education Department, Davenport. The Diabetes Support Group is an opportunity for people who have diabetes to discuss their lives, struggles and successes with one another. It is an chance to form benecial relationships with other people in your community living with diabetes. www.heartoorida.com 17-Pregnancy & Childbirth Education Class ($50) 9am-4pm A class designed to prepare couples for the miracle of childbirth, taught by a licensed registered nurse (RN). This course will cover various concerns experienced during pregnancy, labor and delivery, as well as provide information on breathing techniques, labor pains and medication options during delivery. The class will also oer a tour of the hospital OB area. Watson Main Clinic Library, 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd Lakeland, 33805. Questions regarding the education classes, please contact 863-393-9475. Note: You must be a Watson Clinic patient to participate. Register online www. watsonclinic.com Play It Again Sports is your fitness headquarters!621 Cypress Gardens Blvd. Winter Haven863-294-9696 www.playitagainsportswinterhaven.com 621 Cypress Gardens Blvd. Winter Haven863-294-9696 www.playitagainsportswinterhaven.com

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December 2017 € Page 11 Feeling FIT Sun Central Media Group MONDAYS Low Impact Exercise Class 9:30-10:15am Winter Haven Senior Center, 250 South Lake Silver Drive NW. Call to register (863) 291-5870. Pickle Ball 10am-noon Auburndale Community Center, 405 Bennett St, Auburndale. (863) 965-6362. auburndale.com TUESDAYS Wellness With Wilma 10-11am Winter Haven Senior Center, 250 South Lake Silver Drive NW. Call to register (863) 291-5870. Line Dancing w/ Dori McCormack (beginning) 6-7pm Auburndale Senior Center, 109 W Park St., Auburndale. (863) 847-4622 Yoga 6-7pm Auburndale Community Center, 405 Bennett St, Auburndale. (863) 965-6362. auburndale.com $5 Line Dancing w/ Dori McCormack (intermediate) 7-9pm Auburndale Senior Center, 109 W Park St., Auburndale. (863) 847-4622 Dance Social 7:30-9pm Couples & singles welcome, registration required. Winter Haven Senior Center, 250 South Lake Silver Drive NW. Call to register (863) 291-5870. WEDNESDAYS Low Impact Exercise Class 9:30-10:15am Winter Haven Senior Center, 250 South Lake Silver Drive NW. Call to register (863) 291-5870. Morning Yoga 10-11am Auburndale Community Center, 405 Bennett St, Auburndale. (863) 965-6362. auburndale.com $5 Pickle Ball 10am-noon Auburndale Community Center, 405 Bennett St, Auburndale. (863) 965-6362. auburndale.com Chair Yoga 10:30-11:30am Winter Haven Senior Center, 250 South Lake Silver Drive NW. (863) 291-5870. Tai Chi 1:30 Winter Haven Senior Center, 250 South Lake Silver Drive NW. Call to register (863) 291-5870. $5 THURSDAYS Wellness With Wilma 10-11am Winter Haven Senior Center, 250 South Lake Silver Drive NW. (863) 291-5870. Pickle Ball 10am-noon Auburndale Community Center, 405 Bennett St, Auburndale. (863) 965-6362. auburndale.com Beginning Line Dance 1:30-3:30pm Winter Haven Senior Center, 250 South Lake Silver Drive NW. (863) 291-5870. Registration required. Yoga 6-7pm Auburndale Community Center, 405 Bennett St, Auburndale. (863) 965-6362. auburndale.com $5 Hip Hop Cardio 7-8pm Auburndale Community Center, 405 Bennett St, Auburndale. (863) 965-6362. auburndale.com $5 Country Western Line Dance Social 7-9pm Registration required. Winter Haven Senior Center, 250 South Lake Silver Drive NW. (863) 291-5870. Zumba Toning 7:30-8:30pm Auburndale Community Center, 405 Bennett St, Auburndale. (863) 965-6362. auburndale.com $5 FRIDAY Low Impact Exercise Class 9:30-10:15am Winter Haven Senior Center 250 South Lake Silver Drive NW. Call to register (863) 291-5870. Chair Yoga 10:30-11:30am Winter Haven Senior Center 250 South Lake Silver Drive NW. (863) 291-5870. SATURDAY Hip Hop Aerobics 10:30-11:30pm Auburndale Community Center, 405 Bennett St, Auburndale. (863) 965-6362. auburndale.com Selah Dance 11:30am-1pm Auburndale Community Center, 405 Bennett St, Auburndale. (863) 965-6362. auburndale.com WEEKLY FITNESS CLASSES Feeling ACTIVE December 2017Feeling Fit is published quarterly and distributed throughout East Polk County by mail, home delivery and select rack locations. For advertising information please contact: kedwards@scmginc.com For editorial information please contact: asexson@scmginc.com Oce: 99 ird Street N.W. Winter Haven, Florida 33881 863-533-4183 Feeling FIT 20-Birth Center Tour (Free) 5:30-7pm Visit birth suites, mom-baby unit and other key areas to familiarize yourself with the facility and help you prepare to give birth. Register the expectant mother only. One guest may also attend. The tour will show the Labor and Delivery oor, and attendees will get information on pre-admission and receive other items to prepare prior to delivery. Winter Haven Womens Hospital Classroom A, 101 Avenue O SE, Winter Haven, FL 33880. Call for more info 855269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 21-Ostomy Support Group (Free) 10-11am Dedicated to improving quality of life for those who will or have a colostomy, ileostomy or urostomy. Family or signicant others welcome. Winter Haven Hospital Wellness Center Conference Room, 200 Avenue F NE, Winter Haven, FL 33881. Call for more info 855-269-4777 or register online at baycare.org 22-Dont Suer from Shoulder Pain (Free) 6pm An informative presentation with board-certied orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist Dr. Douglas Shenkman. Learn the latest options used to remedy shoulder pain, ranging from nonsurgical options all the way through the most advanced surgical treatments, including minimally invasive surgery and computer-assisted procedures. Watson Clinic Main, 1st Floor Library, 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd. in Lakeland RSVP: 863-680-7042 27-All About Atrial Fibrillation (Free) 5:30-6:30pm Learn about atrial brillation (AFIB) including symptoms and treatment options. Winter Haven Hospital Auditorium, 200 Avenue F NE, Winter Haven, FL 33881. Baycare.org March 1-Pregnancy & Childbirth Education-Thursday Evenings ($50) 6:30-8:30pm from 3/1/18-3/22/18. A class designed to prepare couples for the miracle of childbirth, taught by a licensed registered nurse (RN). This course will cover various concerns experienced during pregnancy, labor and delivery, as well as provide information on breathing techniques, labor pains and medication options during delivery. The class will also oer a tour of the hospital OB area. Watson Main Clinic Library, 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd Lakeland, 33805. Questions regarding the education classes, please contact 863-393-9475. Note: You must be a Watson Clinic patient to participate. Register online www.watsonclinic.com 3-Hearing Loss Association-Hearing Wellness Expo 9am-1pm First Presbyterian Church, 175 Lake Hollingsworth Dr. Lakeland. Watson Clinic is proud to be an Aural Sponsor for the Hearing Loss Association of America Lakeland Chapter for their 2018 Hearing Wellness Expo. www.watsonclinic.com 6-Weight Loss Surgery-Mini Gastric Bypass (Free) 4pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, 40100 U.S. 27, First Floor Boardroom, Davenport. Cesare Peraglie, MD, will be discussing the Mini Gastric Bypass procedure. Weight loss surgery sta will be on hand to discuss the health benets of the weight loss surgery, the requirements both preand post-surgery and to answer any questions you may have. We will also have sta available to discuss insurance questions as well. Space is limited, so register today www.heartoorida. com 10-Childbirth Education Class ($45) 8am-4:30pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, Education Boardroom, 40100 U.S. 27, Davenport. Gain a better understanding of the process of labor and delivery and get answers your questions about the birthing process with a certied childbirth educator. They encourage labor partners to attend. The class is $45 per couple (only one ticket is needed per couple). Please register online at www. heartoorida.com and present ticket when attending the class. Call 863-419-BABY for more information. 10-Breastfeeding Basics Class ($20) 1-4pm This 3-hour class is taught by a licensed Registered Nurse (RN) and certied breastfeeding educator. Topics to be covered include: Why breastfeed, Best positions & latching on, Milk production & pumping, Schedules vs. feeding on demand and Answers to common questions. Watson Main Clinic Library, 1600 Lakeland Hills Blvd Lakeland, 33805. Questions regarding the education classes, please contact 863-393-9475. Note: You must be a Watson Clinic patient to participate. Register online www.watsonclinic.com 10-Labor & Delivery Tour (Free) 3pm Expectant parents are invited to learn more about our family-focused approach to maternity care. Take a complimentary tour of Heart of Florida Regional Medical Centers Labor & Delivery Unit, 5th Floor Lobby, 40100 U.S. 27, Davenport. View the birthing suites, meet the sta, learn about educational opportunities and get questions answered. Register online at heartoorida.com or Call 863419-BABY for more information. 12-Weight Loss Surgery Seminar-Sleeve Gastrectomy (Free) 4pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, 40100 U.S. 27, First Floor Boardroom, Davenport. Shiva Seetahal, MD, will explain all about the Sleeve Gastrectomy procedure. Weight loss surgery sta will be on hand to discuss the health benets of weight loss surgery, the requirements both preand post-surgery and to answer any questions you may have. We will also have sta available to discuss insurance questions as well. Register today www.heartoorida.com 12-Breastfeeding Support Group (Free) 5:30pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, 5th Floor Lobby, 40100 U.S. 27, Davenport. New and expectant mothers can share and learn about breastfeeding in this interactive breastfeeding support group with an International Board Certied Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). Meet with other breastfeeding moms to discuss all aspects of baby care, development, and feeding. Share concerns and work through issues with a support network of women. Free to attend and refreshments provided. Due to the intimacy of mother-baby bonding this is a womens only group. Call 863-419-BABY or register online at www.heartoorida.com. 14-Diabetes Support Group (Free) 5:30pm Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, 40100 U.S. 27, 3rd Floor Education Department, Davenport. The Diabetes Support Group is an opportunity for people who have diabetes to discuss their lives, struggles and successes with one another. It is an chance to form benecial relationships with other people in your community living with diabetes. www.heartoorida.com

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017 LEGAL NOTICES FICTITIOUS NAME12 Not i ce Under F i ct i t i ous Name Law Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BAGLEY located at 730 Creative Dr. #7, in the County of Polk, in the City of Lakeland, Florida 33813 intends to register the said name with t he Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Lakeland, Florida, this 12th day of December, 2017. Deron Stults December 20, 2017 400006 3527557 N ot i ce U n d er Fi ct i t i ous N ame Law Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Gaines Jewelers located at 112 South Tennessee Avenue, in the County of Polk, in the City of Lakeland, Florida 33801 intends to regist er the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Lakeland, Florida, this 15th day of December, 2017. Saunders-Gaines, LLC December 20, 2017 269750 3528199 N ot i ce U n d er Fi ct i t i ous N ame Law Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Revival Classic Cocktails located at 119 South Kenrucky Avenue, in the County of Polk, in the City of Lakeland, Florida 33801 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Lakeland, Florida, this 13th day of December, 2017. Barlow Capital, LLC December 20, 2017 269734 3527606 INVITATION TO BID14 Board o f C ounty Commissioners Procurement Opportunities For information on Polk County BoCC procurement opportunities, please visit our website at https://www.polk-county.net/procurement/procurement-bids. A list of all active solicitations, i.e., Invitations for Bid, Requests for Proposals, Requests for Information, and other procurement opportunities will be available on that page. To download bid documents, select the link for the desired solicitation and complete the bid summary/registration form and return it to Polk County Procurement via fax at (863) 534-6789 or via email to procurement@polk-county.net If the bid document contains information that is unable to be downloaded, the link will list further instructions. To become a vendor please click on the following link https://www.polkcounty.net/procurement, click on the vendor registration box, at the end of the first paragraph you will click on the word REGISTRATION and follow the instructions to be added to our iSupplier database. All solicitations INVITATION TO BID14 and procurement in f ormation are also available in the lobby of the Procurement Division, 330 West Church Street, Room 150, Bartow, Florida 33830 between the hours of 8:00am and 5:00pm, Monday-Friday. To guarantee receipt of notifications of addenda via email, it is necessary to complete the Bid Registration form for the desired solicitation, including your companys email address. Please ret urn it to the Procurement Division via fax at 863-534-6789 or via email to procurement@polk-county.net December 6, 13, 20, 27, 2017 269656 3463905 NOTICE OFACTION16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA IN RE: THE MATTER OF THE PROPOSED ADOPTION OF A MINOR CHILD: CASE NO: 2015DR-0392 SECTION: 02 NOTICE OF ACTION FOR THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS FOR THE PROPOSED ADOPTION OF A MINOR CHILD TO: Michael Devin Kerchner, White male, approximately 56, medium build, about 28 years old. Last known address of 521 Rob Roy Street, Lakeland, Florida 33813. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition and an Amended Petition for Adoption for Adoption by Family Member has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on THOMAS J. CHAWK, ESQUIRE Post Office Box 8209, Lakeland, Florida 33802-8209, the Petitioners Attorney, on or before ________________ and file the original with the Clerk of the Court, P.O. Box 9000/Drawer CC-2, Bartow, Florida 33831 either before service on Petitioners attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise, a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. UNDER SECTION 63.089, FLORIDA STATUTES, FAILURE TO FILE A WRITTEN RESPONSE TO THIS NOTICE WITH THE COURT CONSTITUTES GROUNDS UPON WHICH THE COURT SHALL GRANT THE PETITION FOR TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. Dated this ______day of ____, 2017. STACY M. BUTTERFIELD CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ ___________________ Deputy Clerk Seal December 20, 27, 2017, January 3, 10, 2018 269695 3528418 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA REGIONS BANK D/B/A REGIONS MORTGAGE Plaintiff, VS. UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES OR OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST KYLE B. ROBERTS A/K/A KYLE BRADLEY CONORD ROBERTS, et al., Defendants. CASE NO: 53-2017-CA-002521 NOTICE OF ACTION To the Defendants UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES OR OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST KYLE B. ROBERTS A/K/A KYLE BRADLEY CONORD ROBERTS, and all others whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that an an action to foreclose a mortgage lien on the following property in Polk NOTICE OFACTION16 C ounty, Fl or id a: Lot 166 of Oak View Estates, Unit No. 3, an unrecorded subdivision described as: Commence at the NE corner of the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section 16, Township 29 South, Range 23 East, run thence North 89 18 10Ž West 187.60 feet to the point of beginning; thence run S 0 06 30Ž West 306.5 feet; thence run North 85 53 30Ž West 151.82 feet; thence run North 0 06 30Ž East 308.0 feet; thence run South 89 18 10Ž East 151.82 feet to the point of beginning. has been filed against you. You are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Michael C. Caborn, Esquire, Winderweedle, Haines, Ward & Woodman, P.A., Plaintiffs attorney, whose address is P.O. Box 880, Winter Park, FL 32790-0880, on or before 30 days from the date of the 1st publication, and file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on Plaintiffs attorneys or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition. See §49.09, Fla. Stat.This Notice of Action shall be published once during each week for two (2) consecutive weeks under §49.10(c), Fla. Stat. DATED on December 01, 2017. STACY M. BUTTERFIELD Clerk of Circuit Court BY: /s/ Asuncion Nieves As Deputy Clerk (Seal) December 13, 20, 2017 276421 3525858 FINDYOUR BESTFRIEND INTHE CLASSIFIEDS! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST, a Florida banking corporation, Plaintiff, v. GREGORY P. FULLER, an individual, SHERRY FULLER, an individual, PMB RENTALS, LLC as successor in Interest to TBDC RENTALS, a Florida limited liability company, and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Defendants. Case No. 2017CA-0002765-000000 AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION TO: SHERRY FULLER 606 Lindsay Lane Winter Haven, Florida 33884 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for foreclosure of real property has been filed against you and you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Joshua K. Brown, Esquire, the Plaintiffs attorney, whose address is Peterson & Myers, P.A., Post Office Box 24628, Lakeland, Florida 33802-4628, on or before January 8, 2018 and file the original with the Clerk of this court either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint: Proposed Lot 12, Mammoth Grove Unit I A portion of Lots 24, 25 and 32 of Mammoth Grove Subdivision, as recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 34, of the Public Records of Polk County, Florida, described as follows: Commence at the SE corner of the SW 1/4 of Section 28, Township 29 South, Range 28 East, Polk County, Florida and run S 89 16 53Ž W, along said South boundary 250.00 feet; thence N 00 43 07Ž W, 875.00 feet; thence N 89 16 53Ž E, 250.00 feet; thence S 00 43 07Ž E, 875.00 feet, to the Point of Beginning. LESS road right of way. DATED this 30th day of November, 2017 Stacy Butterfield CLERK OF THE COURT By: /s/ Asuncion Nieves Deputy Clerk (Seal) December 13, 20, 2017 269750 3523844 NOTICE OFACTION16 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION BLES PARTNERS, LLC, a Florida Limited Liability Company, Plaintiff, v. HEWITT A. TARVER, Known Heir of HILDA C. TARVER a/k/a HILDA COVINGTON TARVER, BRUCE A. TARVER, Known Heir of HILDA C. TARVER a/k/a HILDA COVINGTON TARVER, and the UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDIT ORS, TRUSTEES, AND ANY OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST HILDA C. TARVER a/k/a HILDA COVINGTON TARVER, deceased. Defendants. Case Number: 2017-CA-003413 AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION TO: BRUCE A. TARVER, Known Heir of HILDA C. TARVER a/k/a HILDA COVINGTON TARVER, ( Ad dress Unknown) HEWITT A. TARVER, Known Heir of HILDA C. TARVER a/k/a HILDA COVINGTON TARVER ( Address Unknown), and UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, AND ANY OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST HILDA C. TARVER a/k/a HILDA COVINGTON TARVER, deceased. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to quiet title to the following described real property in Polk County, Florida: Lot 5, Block 1, MAP OF KENIL WORTH, according to the map or plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 9, Page 6, Public Records of Polk County, Florida. Property Address: 1927 Lavon St., Lakeland, FL 33805 has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Kristopher E. Fernandez, Esq., attorn ey for Plaintiff, whose address is 114 S. Fremont Ave., Tampa, FL 33606, which date is: January 10, 2018, and to file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. The action was instituted in the Tenth Judicial Circuit Court for Polk County in the State of Florida and is styled as follows: BLES PARTNERS, LLC, a Florida Limited Liability Company, Plaintiff, v. HEWITT A. TARVER, Known Heir of HILDA C. TARVER a/k/a HILDA COVINGTON TARVER, BRUCE A. TARVER, Known Heir of HILDA C. TARVER a/k/a HILDA COVINGTON TARVER, and the UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, AND ANY OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST HILDA C. TARVER a/k/a HILDA COVINGTON TARVER deceased. Defendant. DATED on November 20, 2017. Stacy M. Butterfield Clerk of the Court By:Taylor Pitman As Deputy Clerk Publish in Polk County News and Democrat for four consecutive weeks November 29, December 6, 13, 20, 2017 395987 3520181 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CLEVER SERVICES ENTERPRISES, LLC, a Florida Limited Liability Company, Plaintiff, v. NOTICE OFACTION16 S HELLY NADINE WALT O N, Defendants. Case Number: 2017-CA-003630 NOTICE OF ACTION TO: SHELLEY NADINE WALTON (Address Unknown) YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to quiet title to the following described real property in Polk County, Florida: The West 55 feet of Lot 71, Rolling Hills, according to the map or plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 36, Page 43, Public Records of Polk County, Florida Property Address: 115 Whitfield St., Mulberry, FL 33860 has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Kristopher E. Fernandez, Esq., attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is 114 S. Fremont Ave., Tampa, FL 33606, which date is: January 2, 2018, and to file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. The action was instituted in the Tenth Judicial Circuit Court for Polk County in the State of Florida and is styled as follows: CLEVER SERVICES ENTERPRISES, LLC, a Florida Limited Liability Company, Plaintiff, v. SHELLEY NADINE WAL TON, Defendant. DATED on November 13, 2017. Stacy M. Butterfield Clerk of the Court By:Taylor Pitman As Deputy Clerk Publish in Polk County News and Democrat for four consecutive weeks November 29, December 6, 13, 20, 2017 395987 3520175 GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION A.M. BRISK, INC., a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, v. SYLVIA RAMOS a/k/a SYLVIA ESTER MAESTAS, and SHELTONPATTESON LOANS, LLC, a Florida Liability Company, Defendants. Case Number: 2017-CA-003643 NOTICE OF ACTION TO: SYLVIA RAMOS a/k/a SYLVIA ESTER MAESTAS ( Address Unknown) YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to quiet title to the following described real property in Polk County, Florida: Lot 1030, of INWOOD NO. 4, according to the map or plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 9, Page 35, Public Records of Polk County, Florida. Property Address: 3509 Ave. T NW, Winter Haven, FL 33881 has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Kristopher E. Fernandez, Esq., attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is 114 S. Fremont Ave., Tampa, FL 33606, which date is: January 24, 2018, and to file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. The action was instituted in the Tenth Judicial Circuit Court for Polk County in the State of Florida and is styled as follows: A.M. BRISK, INC., a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, v. SYLVIA RAMOS a/k/a SYLVIA ESTER MAESTAS, and SHELTONPATTESON LOANS, LLC, a Florida Liability Company, Defendants. DATED on December 7, 2017. Stacy M. Butterfield NOTICE OFACTION16 C lerk o f the C ourt By:Taylor Pittman As Deputy Clerk Seal Publish in Polk County News and Democrat for four consecutive weeks December 20, 27, 2017, January 3, 10, 2018 395987 3525868 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION GPLAN INVESTMENTS INC, a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, v. HEATHER NICOLE WILLIAMS, Known Heir of JIMMY R. WILLIAMS, Deceased, and the UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, AND ANY OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST JIMMY R. WILLIAMS, deceased. Defendants. Case Number: 2017-CA-0037780000-00 NOTICE OF ACTION TO: UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, AND ANY OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST JIMMY R. WILLIAMS, deceased. ( Address Unknown) YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to quiet title to the following described real property in Polk County, Florida: Lot 25, GIBSON OAKS, according to the map or plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 72, Page 19, Public Records of Polk County, Florida. Property Address: 8324 Gibson Oaks Dr., Lakeland, FL 33801 has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your w ritten defenses, if any, to it on Kristopher E. Fernandez, Esq., attorney for Plaintiff, whose address is 114 S. Fremont Ave., Tampa, FL 33606, which date is: January 8, 2018, and to file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. The action was instituted in the Tenth Judicial Circuit Court for Polk County in the State of Florida and is styled as follows: GPLAN INVESTMENTS INC., a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, v. HEATHER NICOLE WILLIAMS, Know Heir of JIMMY R WILLIAMS, Deceased, and the UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, AND ANY OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST JIMMY R. WILLIAMS deceased. Defendant. DATED on November 22, 2017. Stacy M. Butterfield Clerk of the Court By:Asuncion Nieves As Deputy Clerk Publish in Polk County News and Democrat for four consecutive weeks December 6, 13, 20, 27, 2017 395987 3520285 IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION PINES WEST HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida notfor-profit corporation, Plaintiff, vs. LUIS A. SOTO, JR.; ADELENE SOTO; UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION NO.1; AND UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION NO.2, Defendants. CASE NO. 2017CC-006154 NOTICE OF ACTION To the following Defendants:

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Page 2The Polk County Democrat The Venice Gondolier SunWednesday, December 20, 2017 NOTICE OFACTION16 LUIS A SOTO JR ., ADELENE SOTO; UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION NO.1; AND UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION NO.2, and any unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, and other unknown persons or unknown spouse claiming by, through and under any other above-named Defendants. Last known address: 444 Milford Street, Davenport, FL 33897 YOU ARE NOTIFIEDthat an action to foreclose a lien on the following described property: Lot 15, PINES WEST PHASE 3, according to the Plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 124, Pages 19-20, Public Records of Polk County, Florida. has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to Robert J. Stanz, Esq. at ROBERT J. STANZ, P.A., 5121 S. Lakeland Dr., Suite 2, Lakeland, FL 33813 on or before MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 2018 or within thirty (30) days after the first publication of this Notice in the Polk County Democrat, 99 3rd Street NW, Winter Haven, FL 33881and file the original with the Clerk of Court either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. This notice is provided pursuant to Administrative Order No. 2065. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Office of the Court Administrator, 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bartow, Florida 33830, (863)534-4686, at least (7) days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than seven (7) days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-7777 or Florida Relay Service 711. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court this 8th day of December, 2017. FOR THE CLERK OF THE COURT STACY M. BUTTERFIELD Clerk of the Circuit Court By: /s/ Robert J. Stanz ROBERT J. STANZ, ESQ. ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF December 13, 20, 2017 290336 3525895 IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION PINES WEST HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida notfor-profit corporation, Plaintiff, vs. KEVIN D. MCCORNICK; MELISSA MCCORNICK; UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION NO.1; AND UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION NO.2, Defendants. CASE NO. 2017CC-006155 NOTICE OF ACTION To the following Defendants: KEVIN D. MCCORNICK; MELISSA MCCORNICK; UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION NO.1; AND UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION NO.2, and any unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, and other unknown persons or unknown spouse claiming by, through and under any other above-named Defendants. Last known address: 538 Elgin Blvd., Davenport, FL 33897 YOU ARE NOTIFIEDthat an action to foreclose a lien on the following described property: Lot 32, PINES WEST PHASE 1, according to the Plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 114, Pages 29-31, Public Records of Polk County, Florida. has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to Robert J. Stanz, Esq. at ROBERT J. STANZ, P.A., 5121 S. Lakeland Dr., Suite 2, Lakeland, FL 33813 on or before MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 2018 or within thirty (30) days after the first publication of this Notice in the Polk County Democrat, 99 3rd Street NW, Winter Haven, FL 33881and file the original with the Clerk of Court either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. This notice is provided pursuant to Administrative Order No. 2065. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please cont act the Office of the Court Administrator, 255 North Broadw ay Avenue, Bartow, Florida NOTICE OFACTION16 33830, ( 863 ) 534-4686, at l east ( 7 ) days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than seven (7) days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-7777 or Florida Relay Service 711. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court this 8th day of December, 2017. FOR THE CLERK OF THE COURT STACY M. BUTTERFIELD Clerk of the Circuit Court By: /s/ Robert J. Stanz ROBERT J. STANZ, ESQ. ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF December 13, 20, 2017 290336 3525883 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILY LAW DIVISION IN RE: TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS FOR PROPOSED ADOPTION OF: RAINA ELIZABETH BROWN-McC ULLEY Minor Child. Case No.: 2017-DR-7197 Section No.: 01 NOTICE OF ACTION FOR PETITION FOR TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS PENDING ADOPTION & PETITION FOR STEP-PARENT ADOPTION TO: ANTHONY JAMES BROWN Last Known Address: 1526 Shreveport Road Minden, LA 71055-3713 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Petition for Termination of Parental Rights Pending Adoption and Petition for Stepparent Adoption has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Vanessa Jean Holley c/o Nicholas C. Mohr, Esquire whose address is Law Office of William J. Lobb, 295 West Summerlin Street, Bartow, Florida 33830 on or before January 12, 2018 and file the original with Stacey M. Butterfield, Clerk of the Court, P.O. Box 9000, Drawer CC-2, Bartow, Florida 33831 before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. C opies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerks office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of document and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismmisal or striking of pleadings. Dated: December 5, 2017 Stacy M. Butterfield CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ Natalie Rhoton Deputy Clerk Seal December 13, 20, 27, 2017, January 3, 2018 285302 3525422 NOTICE OFADMIN18 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF MILDRED MASSEY DUNAVANT AKA MILDRED MASSEY, Deceased. File No. 17CP-2823 NOTICE OF ANCILLARY ADMINISTRATION AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Administration of the Ancillary Estate of MILDRED MASSEY DUNAVANT AKA MILDRED MASSEY, deceased, File Number 17CP-2823, is pending in the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Post Office Box 9000, Drawer CC4, Bartow, FL 33830-9000. The Estate is Testate. The date of the Will is December 2, 2014. The name and address of the Personal Representative and the Personal Representatives attorney are set forth below. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT: All persons on whom this Notice of NOTICE OFADMIN18 A nc ill ary Ad m i n i strat i on i s serve d who have objections that challenge the validity of the will, the qualifications of the personal representative, venue, or jurisdiction of this Court are required to file their objections with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. ALL OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, on whom a copy of this notice is served must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against the decedents estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The date of the first publication of this Notice is: December 20, 2017. Personal Representative: RALPH DELMAR DUNAVANT, JR. 8569 KING CARTER STREET MANASSAS, VA 20110 STEPHEN F. BAKER ATTORNEY AT LAW Attorney for Personal Representative 800 FIRST STREET S. WINTER HAVEN, FL 33880 Florida Bar No: 217182 Telephone: (863) 299-2118 Email: sfbpleadings@gmail.com December 20, 27, 2017 269798 3528349 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF KENNETH CLINTON HOBART AKA KENNETH CLINTON HOBART, SR., Deceased. File No. 17CP-2873 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the Estate of KENNETH CLINTON HOBART deceased, File Number 17CP-2873, is pending in the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Post Office Box 9000, Drawer CC-4, Bartow, FL 33830-9000. THIS ESTATE IS INTESTATE. The name and address of the Personal Representative and the Personal Representatives attorney are set forth below. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT: All persons on whom this Notice of Administration is served who have objections that challenge the validity of the will, the qualifications of the personal representative, venue, or j urisdiction of this Court are required to file their objections with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. ALL OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, on whom a copy of this notice is served must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against the decedents estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The date of the first publication of this Notice is: December 20, 2017. Personal Representative: EILEEN THERESA HOBART IRONS 713 ROSE STREET, LOT #331 AUBURNDALE, FL 33823 STEPHEN F. BAKER ATTORNEY AT LAW Attorney for Personal Representative 800 FIRST STREET S. WINTER HAVEN, FL 33880 Florida Bar No: 217182 Telephone: (863) 299-2118 Email: sfbpleadings@gmail.com December 20, 27, 2017 269798 3528374 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF CHARLES P. BUISCH Deceased. File No. 17CP-2874 NOTICE OF ANCILLARY ADMINISTRATION AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Administration of the Ancillary NOTICE OFADMIN18 E state o f CHARLES P BUISCH deceased, File Number 17CP-2874, is pending in the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Post Office Box 9000, Drawer CC-4, Bartow, FL 33830-9000. The Estate is Testate. The date of the Will is August 2, 2011. The name and address of the Personal Representative and the Personal Representatives attorney are set forth below. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT: All persons on whom this Notice of Ancillary Administration is served who have objections that challenge the validity of the will, the qualifications of the personal representative, venue, or jurisdiction of this Court are required to file their objections with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. ALL OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, on whom a copy of this notice is served must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against the decedents estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The date of the first publication of this Notice is: December 20, 2017. Personal Representative: Carol P. Buisch 548 Townline Road Lyons, NY 14489 Ellen M. Buisch 61 Ranchelle Lane Cheekwowaga, NY 14227 STEPHEN F. BAKER ATTORNEY AT LAW Attorney for Personal Representative 800 FIRST STREET S. WINTER HAVEN, FL 33880 Florida Bar No: 217182 Telephone: (863) 299-2118 Email: sfbpleadings@gmail.com December 20, 27, 2017 269798 3528392 NOTICE TO CREDITORS20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION MARY ELOISE DOBY Deceased. CASE NO. 53-2017CP-001787 NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Intestate Summary Administration) The administration of the estate of Mary Eloise Doby, deceased, whose date of death was May 22, 2017, File Number 53-2017CP-001787, has been filed in the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Drawer CC-4, P. O. Box 9000, Bartow, FL 33831. The estate is intestate. The Order Of Summary Administration was entered on July 31, 2017. The name and address of the Petitioner for Summary Administration and the Petitioners attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate are notified that an order of summary administration has been entered by the court. The total cash value of the estate is $7,218.35 and the persons to whom it was assigned are: Pamela Doby 13 OHara Drive Haines City, FL 33844 All claims against the estate must be filed within the time periods set forth in Section 733.702, Florida Statutes, to wit: WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR, AS TO ANY CREDITORS REQUIRED TO BE SERVED WITH A COPY OF THIS NOTICE, 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THE CREDITOR OR BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. Date of first publication: December 13, 2017. Pamela Doby Pamela Doby, Petitioner named in the Petition for Summary Administration 13 OHara Drive Haines City, FL 3384 Attorney for Personal Representative: Fred Reilly NOTICE TO CREDITORS20 F re d R e ill y, E squ i re Florida Bar No. 607800 Reilly International Law Firm, P.A. P. O. Box 2039 Haines City, FL 33845 Tel. (310) 927-3954 Fax. (863) 439-5077 Attorney for Pamela Doby (Petitioner named in the Petition for Summary Administration) December 13, 20, 2017 269767 3524509 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT F O R POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: THE ESTATE OF TERRY JOHNSON A/K/A TERRY ANN JOHNSON Deceased. __________/ File No: 16CP-3098 NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: Y ou are hereby notified that an Order o f Summary Administration has been e ntered in the estate of TERRY JOHNSON A/K/A TERRY ANN JOHNSON, deceased, File Number 16 CP-3098 by the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is P.O. Drawer 9000, Drawer CC-4, Bartow, FL 33831; that the decedents date of death was July 7, 2016; that the total value of the estate is $76,950.00 and that the names and addresses of those to whom it has been assigned by such order are: DEBRA ANN HENDERSON P.O. Box 2009 Andalusia, AL 36420 ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT: All creditors of the estate of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent other than those for whom provision for full payment was made in the Order of Summary Administration must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 733.702. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice is December 20, 2017. Person Giving Notice: DEBRA ANN HENDERSON P.O. Box 2009 Andalusia, Alabama 36420 Attorney for Person Giving Notice Frederick J. Murphy, Jr., Attorney Florida Bar Number: 0709913 BOSWELL & DUNLAP, LLP 245 S. Central Avenue Bartow, Florida 33830 Telephone: (863) 533-7117 E-Mail: fjmefiling@bosdun.com Secondary E-Mail: teri@bosdun.com December 20, 27, 2017 269658 3526929 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: Estate of SARAH CHRISTINE FERRAND Deceased. FILE NO. 2017CP-1965 NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Summary Administration) TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary Administration has been entered in the estate of SARAH CHRISTINE FERRAND, deceased, File Number 2017CP1965, by the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Post Office Box 9000, Drawer CC-4, Bartow, FL 33801; that the total cash value of the estate is $__0__ and that the names and addresses of those to whom it has been assigned by such Order are: KAREN FERRAND DEMKOWSKI 5167 Marsden Trace Powder Springs, GA 30127 All persons are required to file with the clerk of said Court, WITHIN THREE CALENDAR MONTHS FROM THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, all claims against the estate in a form and manner orescribed by Section 733.703 of the Florida Statutes and Rule 5.490 of the Florida Rules of Probate Guardianship Procedure. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTICE TO CREDITORS20 P u bli cat i on o f t hi s N ot i ce h as b egun on: December 13, 2017. ADRIAN GABALDON Attorney for Personal Representative Post Office Box 1303 Auburndale, Florida 33823 (863) 967-3557 Florida Bar No. 137081 gabaldonlaw@tampabay.rr.com December 13, 20, 2017 269634 3525044 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF JAMES E. HANES, JR. Deceased. File No.: 17CP-2010 NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Summary Administration) TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary Administration has been entered in the estate of JAMES E. HANES, JR., Deceased, File Number 17CP-2010 by the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is P.O. Box 9000, Drawer CC4, Bartow, Florida 33831-9000; that the decedents date of death was May 11, 2017; that the total value of the Estate is $0.00 and that the names and addresses of those to whom it has been assigned by such Order are: LYNN M. HANES 3926 Kathleen Road Lakeland, FL 33810 ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT: All creditors of the Estate of the Decedent and persons having claims or demands against the Estate of the Decedent other than those for whom provision for full payment was made in the Order of Summary Administration must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 733.702. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice is December 13, 2017. Person Giving Notice: LYNN M. HANES 3926 Kathleen Road Lakeland, FL 33810 Attorney for Person Giving Notice KEVIN R. ALBAUM, Esq. Attorney Florida Bar Number 0112346 CLARK, CAMPBELL, LANCASTER & MUNSON, P.A. 500 South Florida Avenue, Suite 800 Lakeland, Florida 33801 Telephone: (863)-647-5337 Fax: (863)-647-5012 E-Mail: Kalbaum@cclmlaw.com Secondary E-mail: Jbelcher@cclmlaw.com December 13, 20, 2017 269680 3526138 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT F O R POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF VIRGIL GENE NOCAR Deceased. File No. 17CP-2308 NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of Virgil Gene Nocar, deceased, whose date of death was June 23, 2017, is pending in the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which P. O. Box 9000, Drawer CC-4, Bartow, FL 33831. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 733.702 WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is December 13, 2017. Personal Representative:

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017The Polk County Democrat The Venice Gondolier SunPage 3 NOTICE TO CREDITORS20 Mark A. Nocar P. O. Box 671 Panacea, Florida 32346 Attorney for Personal Representative: JAMES C. MCCLENDON II Florida Bar Number: 0622280 219 E. Central Ave Lake Wales, FL 33853 Telephone: (863) 232-5200 Fax: (888) 244-9680 E-Mail: j aymcclendon@jaymcclendon.com Secondary: margo@jaymcclendon.com December 13, 20, 2017 368263 3524937 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF THERESA NORMA BERNARDINI, a/k/a, THERESA N. BERNARDINI, Deceased. File No. 2017-CP-2479 NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of THERESA NORMA BERNARDINI, a/k/a THERESA N. BERNARDINI, Deceased, whose date of death was May 30, 2017, is pending in the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 255 N. Broadway Avenue, Bartow, FL 33830. The names and addresses of the Personal Representative and the Personal Representative's attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the Decedent and other persons having claims or demands against Decedent's estate, on whom a copy of this Notice is required to be served, must file their claims with this Court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the Decedent and other persons having claims or demands against Decedent's estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 733.702 WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is: December 20, 2017. FRANK BERNARDINI Personal Representative 915 N. Lakeshore Boulevard Lake Wales, FL 33853 D. ANDREW HUNT Florida Bar No. 0612723 Hunt & Smith Law Firm, PA Attorney for Personal Representative 225 E. Park Avenue Lake Wales, FL 33853 Telephone: (863) 676-1423 Fax: (863) 676-3695 Email: dah@huntsmithlaw.com December 20, 27, 2017 326355 3528481 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT F O R POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: THE ESTATE OF CYNTHIA KAY GREEN ROMERO Deceased. __________/ File No: 17CP-2526 NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Summary Administration) TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary Administration has been entered in the estate of Cynthia Kay Green Romero, deceased, File Number 17 CP-2526 by the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is P.O. Drawer 9000, Drawer CC-4, Bartow, FL 33831; that the decedents date of death was September 16, 2016; that the total value of the estate is $36,750.00 and that the names and addresses of those to whom it has been assigned by such order are: Rey Romero 3205 Rifle Range Road Winter Haven, FL 33880 Kendra Lycans n/k/a Kendra M. Douglas 3205 Rifle Range Road Winter Haven, FL 33880 ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT: All creditors of the estate of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent other than those for whom provision for full payment was made in the Order of Summary Administration must file their claims with this NOTICE TO CREDITORS20 court WITHIN THE TIME PERI O D S SET FORTH IN FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 733.702. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice is December 20, 2017. Person Giving Notice: Rey Romero 3205 Rifle Range Road Winter Haven, Florida 33880 Attorney for Person Giving Notice Frederick J. Murphy, Jr., Attorney Florida Bar Number: 0709913 BOSWELL & DUNLAP, LLP 245 S. Central Avenue BARTOW, FL 33830 Telephone: (863) 533-7117 Fax: (863)533-7412 E-Mail: fjmefiling@bosdun.com Secondary E-Mail: teri@bosdun.com December 20, 27, 2017 269658 3527137 I N THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION I N RE: ESTATE OF CHARLES EDWIN MARTIN Deceased. File No. 2017CP-0025450000-XX NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of CHARLES EDWIN MARTIN, deceased, whose date of death was October 19, 2016, is pending in the Circuit Court for POLK County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Drawer CC-4, P.O.Box 9000, Bartow, FL 33831-9000. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 733.702 WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is December 20, 2017. Personal Representative: James R. Martin 2555 West 106th Place Chicago, Illinois 60655 Attorney for Personal Representative: / S/ Robert O. Sammons Attorney Florida Bar Number: 282952 FLOYD SAMMONS & SPANJERS PA 1556 6th Street SE WINTER HAVEN, FL 33880-4509 Telephone: (863) 293-3801 Fax: (863) 294-0976 Email: bob@winterhavenlegal.com Secondary E-Mail:servicewinterhavenlegal@gmail.comDecember 20, 27, 2017 286812 3527009 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT F O R POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF JEAN C. SMITH Deceased. File No.: 2017-CP-2552 PROBATE DIVISION NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of Jean C. Smith, deceased, whose date of death was September 17, 2017, is pending in the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 255 N. Broadway Avenue, Bartow, Florida 33830. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their NOTICE TO CREDITORS20 claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against the decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of the first publication of this Notice is December 13, 2017. Personal Representative: Linda Marie Tyson c/o K. Wade Boyette, Jr., Esquire 1635 E. Highway 50, Suite 300 Clermont, FL 34711 A ttorney for Personal Representative: K. Wade Boyette, Jr., Esquire Florida Bar No. 0977111 BOYETTE, CUMMINS & NAILOS, PLLC 1635 E. Highway 50, Suite 300 Clermont, FL 34711 Telephone: 352-394-2103 Fax: 352-394-2105 December 13, 20, 2017 349499 3525513 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF PATRICIA ANN PIPKIN A/K/A ANN PIPKIN Deceased. File No. 2017CP-2558 Division Probate NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of Patricia Ann Pipkin, A/K/A Ann Pipkin, deceased, whose date of death was September 27, 2017, is pending in the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is PO Box 9000, CC-4, Bartow, FL 33831. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 733.702 WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is December 13, 2017. Personal Representatives: Bruce L. Carmichael 2130 Highland Blvd. Bartow, FL 33830 Attorney for Personal Representatives: JASON A. PENROD, B.C.S., CELA Attorney Florida Bar Number: 676985 122 E. Tillman Avenue Lake Wales, FL 33853 Telephone: (863) 676-8432 Fax: (863) 676-1816 E-Mail: j asonpenrod@familyelderlaw.com Secondary E-Mail: verakeen@familyelderlaw.com December 13, 20, 2017 367428 3524605 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF MABEL JEAN MATHIAS, Deceased. File No.: 17CP-2628 NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of MABEL JEAN MATHIAS, deceased, whose date of death was September 13, 2017, is pending in the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Polk County Courthouse, Probate Division, P.O. Box 9000, Drawer CC4, Bartow, Florida 33830. The names and addresses of the perNOTICE TO CREDITORS20 sona l representat i ve an d t h e personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons who have claims or demands against the decedents estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons who have claims or demands against the decedents estate must file their claims with this courtWITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702, OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of the first publication of this notice is December 13, 2017. Personal Representatives: MARILYN M. STEWART 104 Lake Region Boulevard North Winter Haven, FL 33881 SUSAN M. McKNIGHT 59 B. Moore Road Haines City, FL 33844 Thomas B. Putnam, Jr., Esquire Attorney for Personal Representative Florida Bar No. 259101 PETERSON & MYERS, P.A. 242 West Central Avenue Post Office Drawer 7608 Winter Haven, FL 33883-7608 Telephone: (863)294-3360 December 13, 20, 2017 275198 3524654 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA IN RE: ESTATE OF HARRY HALL HALBERT Deceased. File No. 2017CP-2753 PROBATE DIVISION NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of Harry Hall Halbert, deceased, whose date of death was October 23rd, 2017 is pending in the Circuit Court for POLK County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is ___________________________ __________________________. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 733.702 WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of the first publication of this notice is December 20, 2017. Personal Representative Stacy Leigh Bolin 875 N.E. 48th Street Lot 310 Lighthouse Point, FL 33064 VICTOR J. TROIANO, ESQ. TROIANO & ROBERTS, P.A. Attorneys for Personal Representative 317 SOUTH TENNESSEE AVENUE LAKELAND, FL 33801-4617 Florida Bar No. 0221864 Email Addresses: vtroiano@troianolaw.com tcook@troianolaw.com December 20, 27, 2017 269816 3528718 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF ROBERT J. TANGARONE a/k/a ROBERT JOHN TANGARONE, Deceased. Case No. 17 CP-2756 NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of ROBERT J. TANGARONE a/k/a ROBERT JOHN TANGARONE, deceased, whose date of death was June 15, 2017, is pending in the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Polk County Courthouse, Post Office Box 9000, Drawer No. CC-4419, Bartow, Florida 33830NOTICE TO CREDITORS20 9000. Th e names an d a dd resses o f the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court, ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of the first publication of this notice is December 20, 2017. Personal Representative Carol B. Tangarone 433 Willow Run Lakeland, Florida 33813 Attorney for Personal Representatives Philip O. Allen, Esquire Florida Bar No. 167375 PETERSON & MYERS,P.A. Post Office Box 24628 Lakeland, FL 33802-4628 Telephone: (863) 683-6511 pallen@petersonmyers.com yheipp@petersonmyers.com December 20, 27, 2017 269750 3528303 F i n d y o u r B e s t F r i e n d i n t h e C l a s s i f i e d s IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: THE ESTATE OF DANIEL CHARLES REILLY Deceased. __________/ File No: 2017CP2790 NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the Estate of DANIEL CHARLES REILLY deceased, whose date of death was November 4, 2017, is pending in the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is P.O. Box 9000, Drawer CC4, Bartow, FL, 33831-9000. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate, on whom a copy of this Notice is required to be served must file their claims with this Court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against the decedents estate, must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA STATUTES WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of the first publication of this Notice is December 13, 2017. Personal Representative DANIEL ROBERT REILLY 13520 Copperhead Drive Riverview, Florida 33569 Attorney for Personal Representative: DONALD H. WILSON, JR. Florida Bar No. 222208 BOSWELL & DUNLAP, LLP 245 S. Central Avenue Bartow, Florida 33830 Telephone: (863) 533-7117 E-Mail: dhw@bosdun.com Secondary E-Mail: darlene@bosdun.com December 13, 20, 2017 269658 3525252 NOTICE TO CREDITORS20 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF JEANNETTE K. STOKES, a/k/a JEANNETTE L. STOKES, Deceased, FILE NO: 2017CP-2825 NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of JEANNETTE K. STOKES, a/k/a JEANNETTE L. STOKES, deceased, date of death September 13, 2017, is pending in the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Post Office Box 9000, Drawer CC-04, Bartow, FL 33831-9000. The personal r epresentative and the personal representatives attorney names and addresses are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate, on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decendents estate, must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN THE FLORIDA STATUTES WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The first publication date of this Notice is December 13, 2017. BRIAN KENNEDY STOKES Personal Representative 1111 Surry Street Haines City, Florida 33844 TED A. LASSEIGNE Attorney for Personal Representative Florida Bar No. 163202 Post Office Box 2238 Haines City, FL 33845-2238 Telephone: 863-422-2216 E-Mail: tlasseignelaw@gmail.com December 13, 20, 2017 269806 3525247 ADVERTISE! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF JEAN S. BOURASSA, Deceased, FILE NO: 2017CP-2826 NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of JEAN S. BOURASSA, deceased, date of death August 12, 2015, is pending in the Circuit Court for Polk County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Post Office Box 9000, Drawer CC-04, Bartow, FL 33831-9000. The personal representative and the personal representatives attorney names and addresses are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate, on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decendents estate, must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN THE FLORIDA STATUTES WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The first publication date of this Notice is December 13, 2017. LINDA F. STEFFKE Personal Representative 425 Domaris Avenue, Apt 29 Lake Wales, Florida 33853

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017The Polk County Democrat The Venice Gondolier SunPage 5 NOTICE TO CREDITORS20 TED A. LA SS EI G NE Attorney for Personal Representative Florida Bar No. 163202 Post Office Box 2238 Haines City, FL 33845-2238 Telephone: 863-422-2216 E-Mail: tlasseignelaw@gmail.com December 13, 20, 2017 269806 3525249 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE22 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA J.P. Morgan Mortgage Acquisition Corp., Plaintiff, vs. John Christopher Wells, et al., Defendants. ___/ Case No: 2015CA-003078-0000-00 N OTICE OF FORECLOSURE S ALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Order Resetting F oreclosure Sale dated December 7, 2017, and entered in Case No. 2015CA-003078-0000-00 of the Circuit Court of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in and for Polk County, Florida wherein J.P. Morgan Mortgage Acquisition Corp., is the Plaintiff and John Christopher Wells; Unknown Spouse of John Christopher Wells; Creekside Community Association of Polk County, Inc.; State of Florida Department of Revenue; Polk County Clerk of Circuit Court; Debra Wells; State of Florida, are Defendants, Stacy M. Butterfield, Polk County Clerk of the Circuit Court, will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash online at www.polk.realforeclose.com at 10:00 a.m. on January 23, 2018 the following described property set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: LOT NO. 149 OF CREEKSIDE, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1 36 AT PAGE 23, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA. Property Address: 4877 Hickory Stream Lane, Mulberry, FL 33860 Any person or entity claiming an interest in the surplus, if any, resulting from the Foreclosure Sale, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens, must file a claim on same with the Clerk of Court within sixty (60) days after the Foreclosure Sale. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Office of the Court Administrator, (863) 5344690, within two (2) working days of your receipt of this (describe notice); if you are hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-7777 or Florida Relay Service 711. DATED this 13th day of December, 2017 / s/ Nick Geraci Nick Geraci, Esq. Florida Bar No. 95582 Lender Legal Services, LLC 201 East Pine Street, Suite 730 Orlando, Florida 32801 Tel: (407) 730-4644 Fax: (888) 337-3815 Attorney for Plaintiff Service Emails: ngeraci@lenderlegal.com EService@LenderLegal.com LLS04490 To be Published In: The Polk County News and Democrat aswain@scmginc.com December 20, 27, 2017 364713 3527589 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION THREE UNDER PAR, LLC, Plaintiff, v. ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, BENEFICIARIES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST MARY HARRIS, DECEASED, Defendants. ____________/ CASE NO.: 16-CA-000441 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE22 N OTICE OF FORECLOSURE S ALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 (Publish in POLK COUNTY NEWS AND DEMOCRAT) NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated December 13, 2017, and entered in Case No. 16CA-000441 of the Circuit Court in and for POLK County, Florida, wherein, THREE UNDER PAR, LLC, is the Plaintiff, and ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, BENEFICIARIES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST MARY HARRIS, DECEASED, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ON BEHALF OF THE SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, STATE OF FLORIDA, CLERK OF COURT FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA, and CYNTHIA MAPIER A/K/A CYNTHIA NAPIER, are the Defendants. S TACY M. BUTTERFIELD, as the Clerk of the Circuit Court, will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at www.polk.realforeclose.com, at 10:00 AM on JANUARY 17, 2018 the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:ment, to wit: THE WEST 63 FEET OF LOT 8, BLOCK 3, TIER 6, SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD ADDITION, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 27 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA. including the buildings, appurtenances, and fixtures located thereon. Property Address: 1170 Magnolia Street, Bartow, FL 33830 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated: December 15, 2017. HOWARD LAW GROUP 450 N. Park Road, #800 Hollywood, FL 33021 Telephone: (954) 893-7874 Facsimile: (888) 235-0017 Email: Harris@HowardLawFL.com Matthew@HowardLawFL.com Pleadings@HowardLawFL.com By: /s/ Matthew Klein Harris S. Howard, Esq. Florida Bar No.: 65381 Matthew Klein, Esq. Florida Bar No.: 73529 If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Tenth Judicial Circuit of Florida; Voice#: 863-534-4686; TDD#: 863-534-777; Fax # 305-349-7355, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; (describe notice); if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711 or 1-800-955-8770. December 20, 27, 2017 372164 3528202 IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION MARIA VISTA HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida notfor-profit corporation Plaintiff, vs. JOAN CHAMBERS; LYNSFORD CHAMBERS; UNKNOWN TENANT #1; and UNKNOWN TENANT #2, Defendants. _____________/ CASE NO: 2016CC-003454 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the abovestyled action on November 28, 2017, in the County Court in and for Polk County, Florida, the undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court, will sell the property situated in Polk County, Florida, described as below: Lot 100, MARIA VISTA, according to the Plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 141, Pages 23-25, Public Records of Polk County, Florida. Property Address: 1224 Legato Loop, Dundee, FL 33838 at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, except as set forth hereinafter, on January 29, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time on http://www.polk.realforeclose.com in accordance with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes. If the sale is not to be held online, it shall start promptly at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time and shall be held at the Polk County CourtNOTICE OF FORECLOSURE22 h ouse, 255 N B roa d way A ve., B artow, FL 33830, unless otherwise specified in said Default Judgment. ANY PARTY OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IN ANY, MUST FILE A CLAIM WTH THE CLERK OF COURT NO LATER THAN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU FAIL TO FILE A CLAIM, YOU WILL NOT BE ENTITLED TO ANY REMAINING FUNDS. WITNESS my hand and official seal of said Court this 6th day of December, 2017. FOR THE CLERK OF THE COURT STACY M. BUTTERFIELD Clerk of the Circuit Court By: /s/ Robert J. Stanz ROBERT J. STANZ, ESQ. ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF **If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Office of the Court Administrator, 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bartow, Florida 33830, (863) 534-4686, at least seven (7) days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than seven (7) days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-777 or Florida Relay Service 711. December 13, 20, 2017 290336 3525212 F i n d i t i n t h e C l a s s i f i e d s IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA JOAN E. HALL, Plaintiff, vs. HUBERT LEE LAWRENCE and PRISCILLA ANNE LYONS, Defendants. Case No.: 2017CA-001080-0000-00 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE UNDER F.S. CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance with the Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure dated November 27, 2017, in the above-styled case. T he Clerk of this Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash electronically at www.polk.realforeclose.com at 10:00 am EDT on the 2nd day of January, 2018 the following described property: The West 100 feet of the South 200 feet of Lot 3, Block 29, in Section 30, Township 30 South, Range 28 East, of CROOKED LAKE SUBDIVISION, according to the Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Boo k 27, at Pages 47 and 47A, of the Public Records of Polk County, Florida. and The East 50 feet of the South 200 feet of Lot 3, and the West 50 feet of the South 200 feet of Lot 4, Block 29, in Section 30, Township 30 South, Range 28 East, of CROOKED LAKE SUBDIVISION, according to the Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 27, at Pages 47 and 47A, of the Public Records of Polk County, Florida. and The south 50 feet of the North 100 feet of Lots 3, 4, 5, and 6 of Bloc k 29, in Section 30, Township 30 South, Range 28 East of CROOKED LAKE SUBDIVISION, according to the Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 27, at Pages 47 and 47A, of the Public Records of Polk County, Florida. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Dated: December 7th, 2017. Robert O. Sammons, Esq. Floyd, Sammons & Spanjers, P.A. Florida Bar #282952 1556 Sixth Street, S.E. Winter Haven, FL 33880 Telephone: 863-293-3801 Fax: 863-294-0976 Primary Email: Craig@WinterHavenLegal.com Secondary Email:ServiceWinterHavenLegal@gmail.comAttorney for Plaintiff December 13, 20, 2017 286812 3525699 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE22 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION ("FANNIE MAE"), A CORPORATION ORGANIZED AND EXISTING UNDER THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, vs. LINDA DEERING; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF LINDA DEERING; UNKNOWN TENANT(S) IN POSSESSION #1 and #2, and ALL OTHER UNKNOWN PARTIES, et.al., Defendant(s). CASE NO.: 2017CA001508000000 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE (Publish in the Polk County News and Democrat) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure (IN REM) dated December 11, 2017, entered in Civil Case No.: 2017CA001508000000 of the Circuit Court of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in and for Polk County, Florida, wherein FEDERAL NA TIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIA TION ("FANNIE MAE"), A CORPORATION ORGANIZED AND EXISTING UNDER THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, and LINDA DEERING, are Defendants. STACY M. BUTTERFIELD, The Clerk of the Circuit Court, will sell to the highest bidder for cash, at www.polk.realforeclose.com, at 10:00 AM, on the 25th day of January, 2018 the following described real property as set forth in said Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure (IN REM), to wit: LOT 3, TIMBERWOOD, UNIT 3, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS FILED AND RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 74, PAGE 50, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA. If you are a person claiming a right to funds remaining after the sale, you must file a claim with the clerk no later than 60 days after the sale. If you fail to file a claim you will not be entitled to any remaining funds. After 60 days, only the owner of record as of the date of the lis pendens may claim the surplus. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Office of the Court Administrator, 255 N. Broadway Avenue, Bartow, Florida 33830, (863) 534-4686, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Dated: December 15, 2017. By: Elisabeth Porter Florida Bar No.: 645648. Attorney for Plaintiff: Brian L. Rosaler, Esquire Popkin & Rosaler, P.A. 1701West Hillsboro Boulevard Suite 400 Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 Telephone: (954) 360-9030 Facsimile: (954) 420-5187 17-44927 December 20, 27, 2017 269761 3528209 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON, F/K/A The Bank of New York as trustee for registered Holders of CWABS, Inc., Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2005-1, Plaintiff, vs. Rosamund Romain, et al., Defendants. ____/ Case No: 2017CA001801 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated October 20, 2017, and entered in Case No. 2017CA001801 of the Circuit Court of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in and for Polk County, Florida wherein THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON, F/K/A The Bank of New York as trustee for registered Holders of CWABS, Inc., Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2005-1, is the Plaintiff and Rosamund Romain; Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.; Solivita Community Association, Inc.; Association of Poinciana Villages, Inc., are Defendants, Stacy M. Butterfield, Polk County Clerk of the NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE22 C ircuit C ourt, will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash online at www.polk.realforeclose.com at 10:00 a.m. on January 18, 2018 the following described property set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: LOT 31, SOLIVITA Â… PHASE IIIA, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 127, PAGE 10 THROUGH 13, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA. Property Address: 328 GRAND CANAL DR., KISSIMMEE, FL 34759 Any person or entity claiming an interest in the surplus, if any, resulting from the Foreclosure Sale, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens, must file a claim on same with the Clerk of Court within s ixty (60) days after the Foreclosure S ale. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Office of the Court Administrator, (863) 5344690, within two (2) working days of your receipt of this (describe notice); if you are hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-7777 or Florida Relay Service 711. DATED this 6th day of December, 2017 / s/ Nick Geraci Nick Geraci, Esq. Florida Bar No. 95582 Lender Legal Services, LLC 201 East Pine Street, Suite 730 Orlando, Florida 32801 Tel: (407) 730-4644 Fax: (888) 337-3815 Attorney for Plaintiff Service Emails: ngeraci@lenderlegal.com EService@LenderLegal.com LLS07066 To be Published In: T he Polk County News and Democrat December 13, 20, 2017 364713 3524899 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA CALIBER HOME LOANS, INC., Plaintiff, vs. JULIO A. BENITEZ BATISTA; MARIA L. BENITEZ; ISLAND LAKES OF POLK COUNTY HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.; UNKNOWN TENANT(S) IN POSSESSION #1 and #2, and ALL OTHER UNKNOWN PARTIES, et.al., Defendant(s). CASE NO.: 2017CA002672000000 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE (Publish in the Polk County News and Democrat) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure dated December 8, 2017, entered in Civil Case No.: 2017CA002672000000 of the Circuit Court of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in and for Polk County, Florida, wherein CALIBER HOME LOANS, INC., Plaintiff, and JULIO A. BENITEZ BATISTA; MARIA L. BENITEZ; ISLAND LAKES OF POLK COUNTY HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.;, are Defendants. STACY M. BUTTERFIELD, The Clerk of the Circuit Court, will sell to the highest bidder for cash, at www.polk.realforeclose.com, at 10:00 AM, on the 8th day of March, 2018, the following described real property as set forth in said Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure, to wit: LOT 32, ISLAND LAKES, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 134, PAGE 4, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA. If you are a person claiming a right to funds remaining after the sale, you must file a claim with the clerk no later than 60 days after the sale. If you fail to file a claim you will not be entitled to any remaining funds. After 60 days, only the owner of record as of the date of the lis pendens may claim the surplus. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Office of the Court Administrator, 255 N. Broadway Avenue, Bartow, Florida 33830, (863) 534-4686, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon reNOTICE OF FORECLOSURE22 ce i v i ng t hi s not ifi cat i on if t h e t i me b efore the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing o r voice impaired, call 711. Dated: December 15, 2017. By: Elisabeth Porter Florida Bar No.: 645648. Attorney for Plaintiff: Brian L. Rosaler, Esquire Popkin & Rosaler, P.A. 1701West Hillsboro Boulevard Suite 400 Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 Telephone: (954) 360-9030 Facsimile: (954) 420-5187 17-45256 December 20, 27, 2017 269761 3528221 IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION TOWNE PARK ESTATES HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida not-for-profit corporation Plaintiff, vs. JAMES M. ASHER; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JAMES M. ASHER; UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION #1; and UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION #2, Defendants. ______________/ CASE NO: 2017CC-004142 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the abovestyled action on November 21, 2017, in the County Court in and for Polk County, Florida, the undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court, will sell the property situated in Polk County, Florida, described as below: Lot 75, TOWNE PARK ESTATES PHASE 1-A, according to the Plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 140, Pages 33-39, Public Records of Polk County, Florida. Property Address: 3786 Sandhill Crane Dr., Lakeland, FL 33811 at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, except as set forth hereinafter, on January 23, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time on http://www.polk.realforeclose.com in accordance with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes. If the sale is not to be held online, it shall start promptly at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time and shall be held at the Polk County Courthouse, 255 N. Broadway Ave., Bartow, FL 33830, unless otherwise specified in said Default Judgment. ANY PARTY OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IN ANY, MUST FILE A CLAIM WTH THE CLERK OF COURT NO LATER THAN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU FAIL TO FILE A CLAIM, YOU WILL NOT BE ENTITLED TO ANY REMAINING FUNDS. WITNESS my hand and official seal of said Court this 6th day of December, 2017. FOR THE CLERK OF THE COURT STACY M. BUTTERFIELD Clerk of the Circuit Court By: /s/ Robert J. Stanz ROBERT J. STANZ, ESQ. ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF **If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Office of the Court Administrator, 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bartow, Florida 33830, (863) 534-4686, at least seven (7) days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than seven (7) days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-777 or Florida Relay Service 711. December 13, 20, 2017 290336 3525209 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE 10TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CENTENNIAL BANK, an Arkansas banking corporation, Plaintiff, v. HAMARI HOLDING COMPANY, LLC, a Florida limited liability company, FIRKINS & GYLES, LLC, a Florida limited liability company, SERENA FARUQ, MOHAMMAD USMAN FARUQ, UNITED STATES SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRA TION and UNKNOWN TENANT(S) IN POSSESSION, Defendants. CASE NO.: 2017 CA 003465 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Agreed Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated December 7, 2017, entered in Civil Case No. 2017 CA 003465 of the Circuit Court of the 10th Judicial Circuit in and for Polk County, Florida, the Clerk of Court, Stacy M. Butterfield, CPA, will sell to

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Page 6The Polk County Democrat The Venice Gondolier SunWednesday, December 20, 2017 Florida s Choice for Legal Advertising From Public Notices to Bid Requests and Government Employment, The Record is your source.Call 863.533.4183 For Additional Information and Special Low Rates. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE22 the highest and best bidder f or cash at www.polk.realforeclose.com, the Clerks Website at 10:00 a.m. on the 11th day of January, 2018 the following described property as set forth in said Agreed Final Judgment of Foreclosure, to-wit: See legal description attached as Exhibit ŽAŽ and personal property attached as Exhibit BŽ. EXHIBIT AŽ Lots E, F, G, H, I and the West 30 feet of Lot J, M.W. ROGERS SUBDIVISION, according to the map or plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 110, Public Records of Polk County, Florida. Together with that portion of vacated right-of-way set forth in Ordinance No. 5438 recorded in O.R. Book 9240, Page 1859, Public Records of Polk County, Florida. EXHIBIT B All Equipment, Furniture and Fixtures; whether any of the foregoing is o wned now or acquired later; all acc essions, additions, replacements, and substitutions relating to any of the foregoing; all records of any kind relating to any of the foregoing. The above are or are to be located at 640 and 658 East Main Street, Lakeland. Florida 33801 In addition, the word "Collateral* also includes all the following, whether now owned or hereafter acquired, whether now existing or hereafter arising and wherever located: (A) All accessions, attachments, accessories, tools, parts, supplies, replacements of and additions to any of the collateral described herein, whether added now or later, (d) All products and produce of any of the property described in this Collateral section. (c) All accounts, general Intangibles, instruments, rents, payments, and all other rights, arising out of a sale, l ease, consignment or other disposition of any of the property described in this Collateral section. (0) All proceeds (including insurance proceeds) from the sale, destruction, loss, or other disposition of any of the property described in this Collateral section, and sums due from a third party who has damaged (x destroyed the Collateral or from that partys insurer, whether due to Judgment. settlement or other process. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE22 ( E ) All records and data relating to any of the property described in this Collateral section. Whether In the form of a writing, photograph, microfilm, microfiche, or electronic media, together with all of Grantors right, title, and interest in and to all computer software required to utilize, create, maintain and process any such records or data on electronic media. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens, must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Dated this 15th day of December, 2017. RICE PUGATCH ROBINSON STORFER & COHEN, PLLC 101 N.E. Third Avenue, Suite 1800 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 Telephone (954) 462 8000 Telecopier (954) 462 4300 By /s/ Richard B. Storfer Richard B. Storfer Florida Bar No. 984523 rstorfer@rprslaw.com If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Office of the Court Administrator at (863) 5344686 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. December 20, 27, 2017 400040 3528235 NOTICE OF HEARING24 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE CITY OF BARTOW CITY COMMISSION Notice is hereby given that the City Commission of the City of Bartow will hold a public hearing at a Regular City Commission meeting on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the City Commission Chambers of Bartow City Hall located at 450 N. Wilson Avenue to consider the followNOTICE OF HEARING24 ing ordinance ( s ) : Ordinance 2017-23 …AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE TEXT OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF THE CITY OF BARTOW, FLORIDA; SAID AMENDMENT BEING KNOWN AS AMENDMENT #CPA1 7-04-TEXTŽ; SPECIFICALLY TO ADD NEW POLICY 1.1.8 AND 1.1.13 IN THE FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT RELATED TO RENEWA BLE ENERGY RESOURCES AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SYST EMS; AND ADD NEW DEFINITIONS RELATED TO PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS; TRANSMITTING SAID AMENDMENT TO THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY (DEO) FINDING OF COMPLIANCE; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE UPON FINAL PASSAGE. Item was continued from December 4, 2017. Ordinance No. 2017-24 … AN ORDINANCE AMENDING UNIFIED LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE SECTION 2.02.12 TO REGULATE THE USE OF PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS; SECTION 3.04.04 TO PROVIDE FOR THE SITING, PERFORMANCE AND CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS GOVERNING PHOTO VOLTAIC SYSTEMS; AND ARTICLE 9 TO INCLUDE DEFINITIONS RELATED TO PHOTOVOLTAIC SYST EMS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE UPON FINAL PASSAGE. Item was continued from December 4, 2017. Resolution No. 17-3975-R … A RESOLUTION AMENDING THE SILVER PLANNED DEVELOPMENT LAND USE PLAN TO: 1) PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS AS A PERMITTED USE WITHIN THE PD; AND 2) MODIFY CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL TO INCLUDE THREE NEW CONDITIONS RELATED TO PLACEMENT, DESIGN REQUIREMENTS AND IMPACTS ON DENSITY/INTENSITY OF PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS WITHIN THE PD. Item was continue from December 4, 2017. Ordinance No. 2017-28 … AN ORDINANCE DISCONTINUING, CLOSING AND VACATING A PLATTED ALLEY EXTENDING FROM MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BOULENOTICE OF HEARING24 VARD T O LAUREL S TREET, AND LYING BETWEEN LOTS 2, 3, 5 AND 7, BLOCK 2, TIER 3 AND LOTS 1, 4, 6 AND 8, BLOCK 2, TIER 3 OF SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD ADDITION, PB 1, PG 27, PUBLIC RECORDS OF POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE UPON FINAL PASSAGE. The proposed ordinances(s) and resolution(s) are available in the office of the City Clerk in the City Hall complex. Interested parties may examine them there or appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance(s). Please be advised that if you desire to appeal from any decisions made as a result of the above hearing or meeting, you will need a record of the proceedings and in some cases, a verbatim record is required. You must make your own arrangements to prod uce this record. (Florida Statute 286.0105) In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and F.S. 286.26, p ersons with disabilities needing special accommodations to participate in this proceeding should contact the City Clerks Office no later than five (5) days prior to this proceeding at telephone number 863-534-0100 for assistance; if hearing impaired call 1800-955-8771 or voice impaired call 1-800-955-8770 (VOICE) for assistance. December 20, 2017 294452 3525228 NOTICE OFSALE30 IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION NORMANDY HEIGHTS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida not-for-profit corporation, Plaintiff, vs. LATONYA C. SMITH and GERALD L. SMITH, Defendants. CASE NUMBER: 2014CC-003843 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to the Final Judgment of NOTICE OFSALE30 F orec l osure entere d i n t h e a b ovestyled action, and that Order entered on December 4, 2017, in the County Court in and for Polk County, Florida, the undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court, will sell the property situated in Polk County, Florida, described as below: Lot 95, NORMANDY HEIGHTS, Plat Book 140, Pages 40-42, of the public records of Polk County, Florida. Property Address: 1271 Normandy Heights Cr., Winter Haven, FL 33880 at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, except as set forth hereinafter, on February 2, 2018, at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time on http://www.polk.realforeclose.com in accordance with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes. If the sale is not to be held online, it shall start promptly at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time and shall be held at the Polk County Courthouse, 255 N. Broadway Ave., Bartow, FL 33830, unless otherwise specified in said Default Judgment. ANY PARTY OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IN ANY, MUST FILE A CLAIM WTH THE CLERK OF COURT NO LATER THAN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU FAIL TO FILE A CLAIM, YOU WILL NOT BE ENTITLED TO ANY REMAINING FUNDS. WITNESS my hand and official seal of said Court this 8th day of December, 2017. FOR THE CLERK OF THE COURT STACY M. BUTTERFIELD Clerk of the Circuit Court By: /s/ Robert J. Stanz ROBERT J. STANZ, ESQ. ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF **If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Office of the Court Administrator, 255 North Broadway Avenue, Bartow, Florida 33830, (863) 534-4686, at least seven (7) days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than seven (7) days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call TDD (863) 534-777 or FlidRlSi Classified=Sales NOTICE OFSALE30 Fl or id a R e l ay S erv i ce 711. December 13, 20, 2017 290336 3526076 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA FLORIDA PINES HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida not for profit corporation, Plaintiff, v. ROXANNE JAISINGH, et. al., Defendant. CASE NO.: 2016CA-001502 AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45, FS N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Plaintiffs Summary Final Judgment dated the 1st day of December, 2017, and entered in Case No.: 2016-CA-001502 of the Circuit Court of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in and for Polk County, Florida in which the Clerk of this Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, online at www.polk.realforeclose.com at 10:00 A.M. on the 16th day of January, 2018 the following described property as set forth in the Final Judgment, to wit: Lot 336, FLORIDA PINES PHASE 3, according to the map or plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 12, Pages 7 through 10, inclusive, of the Public Records of Polk County, Florida. Property Address: 118 Feldon Lane, Davenport, Florida, 33897 Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. If you are a person with a disability who needs assistance in order to participate in a program or service of the State Courts System, you should c ontact the Office of the Court Administrator at (863) 534-4686 (voice), (863) 534-7777 (TDD) or (800) 9558770 (Florida Relay Service), as much in advance of your court appearance or visit to the courthouse

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017The Polk County Democrat The Venice Gondolier SunPage 7 NOTICE OFSALE30 as possible. Please be prepared to explain your functional limitations and suggest an auxiliary aid or service that you believe will enable you to effectively participate in the court program or service. Dated this December 07, 2017. / S/ Frank A. Ruggieri FRANK A. RUGGIERI, ESQ. Florida Bar No.: 0064520 THE RUGGIERI LAW FIRM, P.A. 111 N. Orange Avenue, Ste. 725 Orlando, Florida 328017 Phone: (407) 395-4766 pleadings@ruggierilawfirm.com Attorneys for Plaintiff December 13, 20, 2017 397779 3525710 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA FLORIDA PINES HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida not for profit corporation, Plaintiff, v. CARLOS RAMIREZ, et. al., Defendant. CASE NO.: 2016CA-003937 AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45, FS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Plaintiffs Summary Final Judgment dated the 1st day of December, 2017, and entered in Case No.: 2016-CA-003937 of the Circuit Court of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in and for Polk County, Florida in which the Clerk of this Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, online at www.polk.realforeclose.com at 10:00 A.M., on the 5th day of January, 2018 the following described property as set forth in the Final Judgment, to wit: Lot 319, FLORIDA PINES PHASE 2B AND 2C, according to the plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 115, Pages 19, 20, and 21, Public Records of Polk County, Florida. Property Address: 314 Wingdale Way, Davenport, Florida, 33897 Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. If you are a person with a disability who needs assistance in order to participate in a program or service of the State Courts System, you should contact the Office of the Court Administrator at (863) 534-4686 (voice), (863) 534-7777 (TDD) or (800) 9558770 (Florida Relay Service), as much in advance of your court appearance or visit to the courthouse as possible. Please be prepared to explain your functional limitations and suggest an auxiliary aid or service that you believe will enable you to effectively participate in the court program or service. Dated this December 08, 2017. / S/ Frank A. Ruggieri FRANK A. RUGGIERI, ESQ. Florida Bar No.: 0064520 THE RUGGIERI LAW FIRM, P.A. 111 N. Orange Avenue, Ste. 725 Orlando, Florida 328017 Phone: (407) 395-4766 pleadings@ruggierilawfirm.com Attorneys for Plaintiff December 13, 20, 2017 397779 3526130 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION THE CITY OF LAKELAND, FLORIDA, a municipal corporation, Plaintiff, vs. The unknown spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors or other parties claiming by, through, under, or against LILLIE WIGGS, a/k/a LILLIE WIGG, deceased, NELSON C. WIGGS, JR., a/k/a NELSON C. WIGG, JR., deceased, and CORA L. BAILEY, deceased; and UNKNOWN TENANTS, Defendants. Case No. 53-2017CA-1554 AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE Pursuant to Administrative Order 315.13 and §45.031, Florida Statutes, notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Final Summary Judgment entered in the above-styled cause in the Circuit Court of Polk County, Florida, Stacy M. Butterfield, as Clerk of the Circuit and County Courts for the Tenth Judicial Circuit will sell the property situated in Polk County, Florida, described as: Lot 3, Block G, Adairs Addition, a subdivision according to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 13, in the Public Records of Polk County, Florida at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, on February 6, NOTICE OFSALE30 2018 by electronic sale, bidding will begin at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time online at www.polk.realforeclose.com. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens, must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. / s/ Abel A. Putnam Abel A. Putnam, Esquire Florida Bar No. 024090 PUTNAM, CREIGHTON & AIRTH, P.A. P. O. Box 3545 Lakeland, Florida 33802-3545 (863) 682-1178 aap@putnampa.com aapservice@putnampa.com If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Office of the Court Administrator, 255 N. Broadway Avenue, Bartow, Florida 33830, (863) 534-4686, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. December 20, 27, 2017 269762 3527614 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL BASS LAKE RESORT HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIA TION, INC., a Florida not-for-profit corporation, Plaintiff, vs. SOFIA OLAN, ET AL., Defendant(s). CASE NO.: 2017-CA-000572 NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45, FS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Summary Final Judgment in favor of the Plaintiff dated November 29, 2017, and entered in Case No.: 2017-CA-000572 of the Circuit Court of the Tenth Judicial Circuit in and for Polk County, Florida, in which the Clerk of this Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash online at www.polk.realforeclose.com at 10:00 a.m. on the 29th day of January, 2018 the following described property as set forth in the Summary Final Judgment, to wit: LOT 355, LAKESIDE AT BASS LAKE, according to the Plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 99, Pages 35 and 36, the Public Records of Polk County, Florida. Property Address: 50989 Highway 27 #355, Davenport, FL 33897 Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 Administrative Order No. 973. If you are a person with a disability who needs an accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Court Administration at 255 N. Broadway, Bartow, Florida 33830, (863) 534-4690 within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call (863) 534-7777 or Florida Relay Services 711. Dated this 13th day of December, 2017. Larsen & Associates, P.L. 300 S. Orange Ave., Suite 1575 Orlando, FL 32801 December 20, 27, 2017 289083 3527610 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION THE CITY OF LAKELAND, FLORIDA, a municipal corporation, Plaintiff, vs. JAMES R. MACICHA; EWELL & EVANS PROPERTIES, a Florida general partnership; UNKNOWN TENANT 1; UNKNOWN TENANT 2; UNKNOWN TENANT 3; UNKNOWN TENANT 4; UNKNOWN TENANT 5; UNKNOWN TENANT 6; UNKNOWN TENANT 7; UNKNOWN TENANT 8; UNKNOWN TENANT 9; UNKNOWN TENANT 10; UNKNOWN TENANT 11; UNKNOWN TENANT 12; UNKNOWN TENANT 13; UNKNOWN TENANT 14; UNKNOWN TENANT 15; UNKNOWN TENANT 16; UNKNOWN TENANT 17; UNKNOWN TENANT 18; UNKNOWN TENANT 19; UNKNOWN TENANT 20; UNKNOWN TENANT 21; UNKNOWN TENANT 22; and UNKNOWN TENANT 23, NOTICE OFSALE30 De f endants. Case No. 2017CA-2191 NOTICE OF SALE Pursuant to Administrative Order 315.13 and §45.031, Florida Statutes, notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Final Summary Judgment entered in the above-styled cause in the Circuit Court of Polk County, Florida, Stacy M. Butterfield, as Clerk of the Circuit and County Courts for the Tenth Judicial Circuit will sell the property situated in Polk County, Florida, described as: Lot 2, Block 2, Richlawn Subdivision, a subdivision according to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 32, in the Public Records of Polk County, Florida. A/K/A 836 N. Vermont Avenue, Lakeland And Lots 3 and 4, Block 2, Richlawn Subdivision, a subdivision according to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 32, in the Public Records of Polk County, Florida. A/K/A 834 N. Vermont Avenue, Lakeland And North 100 feet of the East 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section 18, Township 28 South, Range 24 East, Polk County, Florida. A/K/A 905 N. Vermont Avenue, Lakeland And Lots 7 and 8, EDENFIELD SUBDIVISION, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 67, page 8, Public Records of Polk County, Florida. A/K/A 920 N. Vermont Avenue, Lakeland AndLots 5 and 6, EDENFIELD SUBDIVISION, according to t he Plat thereof, recorded in Plat B ook 67, page 8, Public Records of Polk County, Florida A/K/A 912 N. Vermont Avenue, Lakeland at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, on January 11, 2018 by electronic sale, bidding will begin at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time online at www.polk.realforeclose.com. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens, must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. / s/ Abel A. Putnam Abel A. Putnam, Esquire Florida Bar No. 024090 PUTNAM, CREIGHTON & AIRTH, P.A. P. O. Box 3545 Lakeland, Florida 33802-3545 (863) 682-1178 aap@putnampa.com aapservice@putnampa.com If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Office of the Court Administrator, 255 N. Broadway Avenue, Bartow, Florida 33830, (863) 534-4686, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. December 20, 27, 2017 269762 3527612 TAX DEEDS32 N O TI C E O F APPLI C ATI O N F O R TAX DEED Tax Deed Number: 00024-2018 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that RMC USAB LIFT LLC USAMERIBANK REF RMC USAB LIFT the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Certificate No: 20331 Year of Issuance: June-01-2011 Description of Property: FAIR OAKS SUB 1ST UNIT OF BLK 54 LESS N 165 FT ORIGINAL LAKE WALES PB 34 PG 36 BLK 1 LOT 8 SUBJECT TO 2017 TAXES 02-30-27-909520-001080 Name in which assessed: JOEL RIVERA MARIANELA FONSECA Said property being in the County of Polk, State of Florida Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder on line on the 18th day of January, 2018 at www.polk.realtaxdeed.com TAX DEEDS32 Dated this 2nd day o f November, 2017 Stacy M. Butterfield Clerk of Circuit Court of Polk County, Florida Property is sold subject to any additional outstanding taxes. The Clerks office recommends that you reasearch any additional taxes that may be due with the Tax Collectors Office. PUBLISH: Dec-06-2017 Dec-132017 Dec-20-2017 Dec-27-2017 DELINQUENT REAL ESTATE TAXES DUE FOR THE YEARS: 2014, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2010, 2013, 2010, 2015, 2010, 2016 BASE BID AMOUNT: $12,922.94 REDEMPTION AMOUNT: $12,929.19*** **ALL DELINQUENT TAXES NEED T O BE BROUGHT CURRENT IN ORDER TO REDEEM DUE TO SENATE BILL 478 EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2011. PLEASE CONTACT THE TAX DEED OFFICE FOR SAID CHANGES TO AMOUNTS*** WARNING! THERE ARE UNPAID TAXES ON THE PROPERTY WHICH YOU OWN, HAVE A LEGAL INTEREST, OR MAY BE CONTIGUOUS TO YOUR PROPERTY. THE PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD ON LINE AT WWW.POLK.REALTAXDEED.COM ON Jan-18-2018 UNLESS THE BACK TAXES ARE PAID. TO MAKE PAYMENT OR TO RECEIVE FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT THE CLERK OF COURT AT P.O. BOX 9000, DRAWER CC-8, BARTOW, FL 33831-9000 OR BY PHONE AT 863-534-4528 Note: When redeeming property please be advised that payments must be tendered to the Tax Collectors Office. PLEASE REMIT A MONEY ORDER OR CASHIERS CHECK FOR TOTAL AMOUNT TO BE REDEEMED. MAKE PAYABLE TO: TAX COLLECTOR, POLK COUNTY December 6, 13, 20, 27, 2017 290781 3517139 OTHER NOTICES38 ACE W rec k er S erv i ce 38030 Hwy 27 Davenport, FL 33837 (863)422-3930. fax (863)421-0811 NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION in pursuant to FS713.78. All bids cash only. All sales at 8:30AM January 11, 2018 2014 BMW WBA3R1C54EK192760 December 20, 2017 286840 3526960 ACE W rec k er S erv i ce 38030 Hwy 27 Davenport, FL 33837 (863)422-3930. fax (863)421-0811 NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION in pursuant to FS713.78. All bids cash only. All sales at 8:30AM January 13, 2018 2007 TOYT 4T1BE46K37U606286 December 20, 2017 286840 3527617 AdvertiseToday! WEBB' S T O WIN G 719 MAGNOLIA AVE AUBURNDALE, FL 33823-4109 PHONE: 863-967-2354 FAX: 863-967-1723 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE WEBB'S TOWING gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 01/03/2018, 09:00 am at 719 MAGNOLIA AVE AUBURNDALE, FL 33823-4109, pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. WEBB'S TOWING reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. SAJHX1740SC739045 1995 JAGUAR December 20, 2017 328269 3528184 WEBB' S T O WIN G 719 MAGNOLIA AVE AUBURNDALE, FL 33823-4109 PHONE: 863-967-2354 FAX: 863-967-1723 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE WEBB'S TOWING gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 01/05/2018, 09:00 am at 719 MAGNOLIA AVE AUBURNDALE, FL 33823-4109, pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. WEBB'S TOWING reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. 1N6ED27T11C398192 2001 NISSAN 4ZEGC4033H1136440 2017 LDTL NOVIN0201139740 2010 HOMEMADE December 20, 2017 328269 3528189 OTHER NOTICES38 NOTICE Located at Pedro Auto Repair 3100 Lake Alfred Rd, Winter Haven, FL 33881 863-294-8494, the above repair shop claims a lien on the vehicle above stated for labor and services performed and storage charges, in the amount of $700.00. The lien claimed is subject to enforcement pursuant to section 713.585, Florida Statutes, the car is going to be sold to satisfy the lien. The auction is going to take place at the above address on January 08, 2018 at 10:00 am The owner of the vehicle or any person claiming an interest in or lien has the right to a hearing at any time prior to the scheduled date of sale by filing a demand for hearing with the clerk of the circuit court in Polk County. The owner of said vehicle has the right to recover possession of the vehicle without instituting judicial proceeding by posting bond in accordance with the provisions of section 559.917, Florida Statutes MVRA. Any procceeds from the sale of the vehicle remaining after payment of the amount claimed to be due and owing to the lienor will be deposited with the clerk of circuit court for desposition upon court order. 1989 Mazda B2200 vin # JM2UF313XK0784244 December 20, 2017 341589 3528519 G ator Tow i ng & Automot i ve o f Polk County LLC 1505 E. Hooker Street Bartow, Fl. 33830 863-519-4665 fax 863-533-5317 PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE January 8, 2018, 9:00am 2001 Nissan Altima VIN# 1N4DL01DX1C238244 January 11, 2018, 9:00am 1999 Pontiac Grand Am V IN# 1G2NE12EXXM847461 January 17, 2018, 9:00am 2009 Nissan Altima VIN# 1N4AL21EX9N483701 December 20, 2017 335712 3528194 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE PUBLIC SALE OF CONTENTS OF THE FOLLOWING STORAGE UNITS AT LAKELAND MINI WAREHOUSES, 2520 COMMERCE PT. DR. LKLD, FL. 33801 ON 11/24/2017 AT 11:00 am. UNITS SAID TO CONTAIN HOUSEHOLD GOODS. SALE HELD TO SATISFY LANDLORDS LEIN. SELLER RESERVES RIGHT TO REJECT ANY/ALL BIDS OR TO WITHDRAW ANY UNIT FROM S UCH SALE. OPEN BIDS. CASH ONLY. A10 Osmin Cintra A20 Michael Norbery C22 Thomas Wilkinson C37 Megan Campbell D5 Jacquelyn Collins D18 Willie Johnson Jr. E1 Javon Brown E3 Javon Brown E12 Felicita Rivera E34 Donald Walden F43 Samuel Harris G6 Timothy Downen G16 Lea Ann Periman G32 Rafael Paschal G51 Pamela Jo Fitzsimmons H18 Chado Snell H22 Larry Roberts I46 Nicole Selvage J17 Bruce Parker J38 Melanie Weaver K3 Edgar Dalton K41 Julia Agustin L25 Olga Rosado L47 Roshal Harris P23 James Rushing P44 Sharon Burroughs P50 Jaurymar Belen P51 Wayne Knight December 13, 20, 2017 336405 3524648 N O TI C E O F PUBLI C S ALE Notice of Public Sale of the contents of the following storage units located at Edgewood Mini Storage, 2200 E. Edgewood Drive, Lakeland, Florida, 33803. The sale will be on Friday December 29, 2017 at 11:00 A.M. Units contain household goods. Unit #Tenant Name 52Edwin Morales 203Candyce Blanford 217Deanthony Williams 221Harmoni Carter 230 Susan Seymour 260Peggy Freeman 278Angila Roylance 304Michelle Miller 340Daphne Cortez 355Rachael Hill 356Rachael Hill 372Alex Rivera 409Deborah Wyrosdick 443James Birk 454Eddie McCarver 484Sarah Warner 486Marji Lecompte 493Patty Padron 572Kanitra Randall 641Grace Laguna 643Deborah Holder 679Elizabeth Benedetto OTHER NOTICES38 735Martin Vloger 785April Stone Sale being held to satisfy landlords lien. Seller reserves the right to rej ect any/all bids and to withdraw any unit from sale. Cash only. Contents to be removed within 24 hours. EDGEWOOD MINI STORAGE 2200 E. Edgewood Drive Lakeland, FL. 33803 Phone: (863) 667-0916 Fax: (863) 665-1173 Email: edgewoodministorage@gmail.com December 13, 20, 2017 336246 3524639 PUBLIC NOTICE LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: Acosta JR, Juan 2059 Country Manor St Bartow,33830 Allen, Austin T 7 Redwood Dr Davenport,33837 Guevara JR, Gabriel 5102 Kensington Heights Dr Lakeland,33811 Keith JR, Clifford B 470 Oregon Ave Lakeland,33815 Kimes, James P 203 Petteway Dr Lakeland,33805 Lopez, Eric 535 W Ethelene St Bartow,33830 Lynch, Victor JM 203 Davenport Blvd UNIT E Davenport,33837 McCormick, Brittney N 5524 Craig Dr Lakeland,33809 Mercer, Patience F 314 Green St Auburndale,33823 Sanders, John W 3933 Golf Village LOOP APT 3 Lakeland,33809 Velazquez, Ramona 402 E Main St UNIT 4 Dundee,33838 You are hereby notified that your eligibility to vote is in question. You are required to contact the Supervisor of Elections, in Bartow, Florida, 863534-5888, no later than thirty (30) days after the date of this publishing. Failure to respond will result in a determination of ineligibility by the Supervisor and your name will be removed from the statewide voter registration system. Por este medio, se le notifica que su elegibilidad para votar est en duda. Se requiere que usted contacte la Supervisora de Elecciones en Bartow, Florida, (863) 534-5888, a ms tardar treinta (30) das despus de la fecha de esta publicacin. Fracaso en responder resultar en una determinacin de inelegibilidad por la Supervisora y su nombre ser removido del sistema de registro de votantes estatal. Lori Edwards Polk County Supervisor of Elections December 20, 2017 269850 3528180 FINDYOUR BESTFRIEND INTHE CLASSIFIEDS!

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A -AAC Hldgs AAC ... ... 15 13.06 5.99 181 8.43 +16.4sAAR AIR .30 .7 26 43.42 31.20 156 42.78 +29.4sABB Ltd ABB .76e 2.9 ... 26.56 21.01 1068 26.59 +26.2 ABM ABM .70f 1.8 22 45.12 36.61 982 38.50 -5.3 AES Corp AES .52f 4.9 11 12.06 10.00 11594 10.65 -8.3 AFLAC AFL 1.80f 2.0 14 89.81 66.50 1535 87.98 +26.4 AG MtgeIT MITT 1.90 9.9 8 19.95 16.85 221 19.14 +11.9 AG Mtg pfA MITTpA 2.06 8.0 ... 25.81 24.12 3 25.66 +5.2 AG Mtg pfB MITTpB 2.00 7.9 ... 25.65 23.60 4 25.20 +5.8 AGCO AGCO .56 .8 29 75.95 57.70 2024 72.39 +25.1 AH Belo AHC .32 6.7 ...dd 6.65 4.35 53 4.80 -24.4 AK Steel AKS ... ... 15 11.28 4.00 11315 5.53 -45.8 AMC Ent AMC .80 5.2 ...dd 35.50 10.80 1493 15.25 -54.7 AMCON DIT .72 .8 10 122.90 81.66 0 92.15 -20.1 AMN Hlth AMN ... ... 23 51.75 33.61 416 49.30 +28.2 ARC Docu ARC ... ... 15 5.55 2.30 172 2.76 -45.7 ASA Gold ASA .04e .4 ...q 13.56 10.35 82 10.89 -1.4 AT&T Inc T 2.00f 5.3 14 43.03 32.55 24864 38.05 -10.5 AT&T 66 n TBB ... ... ... 26.72 25.33 394 26.30 +3.3 A10 Ntwks ATEN ... ... ...dd 9.94 6.02 304 7.88 -5.2 AU Optron AUO .18e ... ... 4.95 3.53 559 4.12 +16.4 AVX Cp AVX .46f 2.6 23 20.22 14.73 116 17.78 +13.8 AZZ Inc AZZ .68 1.4 25 65.90 43.18 180 50.10 -21.6 Aarons AAN .11 .3 17 48.22 26.12 1630 40.71 +27.3sAbbottLab ABT 1.12f 2.0 26 56.69 38.08 6834 56.80 +47.9 AbbVie ABBV 2.84f 2.9 20 99.10 59.27 2748 97.92 +56.4 AberFitc ANF .80 4.5 ...dd 18.44 8.81 1535 17.77 +48.1 AbdAsPac FAX .42 8.6 ...q 5.29 4.56 1085 4.87 +5.2sAbdAustEq IAF .70e 10.8 ...q 6.47 5.40 26 6.48 +19.6 AbdnChile CH .58e 6.5 ...q 9.10 5.89 104 8.95 +50.2 AbdGlbInc FCO .84 9.3 ...q 9.33 7.88 27 9.01 +13.2 AbdEMSmC ABE .21e 1.5 ...q 15.04 10.90 18 14.25 +26.7 AbdGChina GCH .03e .2 ...q 12.79 8.40 5 12.33 +41.9 AbdnIndo IF .52e ... ...q 8.05 6.08 2 7.56 +18.9 AbdnIsrael ISL .35e 1.0 ...q 21.16 15.53 0 20.29 +26.2 AbdJapnEq JEQ .07e .5 ...q 9.53 7.31 7 9.51 +29.1 AbdnLatA LAQ 1.21e 1.8 ...q 29.90 18.87 12 26.33 +33.0 AbSingaFd SGF 1.09e 8.7 ...q 12.75 8.63 13 12.60 +45.5 AcadIBD50 FFTY ... ... ...q 35.14 23.90 232 33.63 +39.3 AcadiaRlt AKR 1.04 3.8 21 33.45 26.70 490 27.45 -16.0 Accenture ACN 2.36 1.6 28 153.75 112.31 1993 152.22 +30.0 AccoBrds ACCO ... ... 22 14.75 10.35 340 12.55 -3.8 AcmeU ACU .44 1.9 17 29.49 20.20 2 23.37 -8.6 AcornInt rs ATV ... ... ... 19.51 7.17 3 16.08 +101.0 ActiniumP ATNM ... ... ...dd 1.72 .54 464 .63 -27.5sAct Rep n GOP ... ... ... 21.00 19.73 1 20.93 +4.4 Act Dem n DEMS ... ... ... 20.97 20.01 20.77 +3.8 Act TxR n TAXR ... ... ... 22.50 19.42 23 21.35 +6.5 Actuant ATU .04 .1 34 29.18 21.60 1017 27.50 +6.0 Acuity AYI .52 .3 21 241.60 153.28 449 171.86 -25.6sAcushnet n GOLF ... ... ... 20.67 15.16 275 20.70 +5.0 AdaDvsEq ADX 1.32e 1.3 ...q 15.92 12.70 415 15.07 +18.6 AdamsNR PEO 1.32e 1.0 ...q 20.70 16.90 59 19.13 -5.2 AdmRsc AE .88 1.8 ...dd 50.59 32.80 2 47.95 +20.9 Adecaogro AGRO ... ... ... 13.29 8.33 280 10.19 -1.8 Adient n ADNT 1.10 1.4 ... 86.42 55.85 552 80.39 +37.2sAdtalemGl ATGE .36 .8 17 45.90 30.15 567 45.45 +45.7 AdvAuto AAP .24 .2 18 177.50 78.81 1329 99.73 -41.0 AdvDisp n ADSW ... ... ... 25.71 20.94 879 23.50 +5.8 AdvDrainS WMS .28 1.2 20 26.30 17.90 225 23.15 +12.4 AdvSemi ASX .25e 3.9 ... 7.52 5.02 1191 6.40 +27.0 Advansx n ASIX ... ... ... 46.51 20.88 232 42.16 +90.4 AdvOil&Gs AAV ... ... 6 7.35 3.75 123 3.90 -42.2 AdvClayCv AVK 1.13 7.2 ...q 16.80 14.60 71 15.75 +7.3 AdvCCvII AGC .56 9.4 ...q 6.49 5.81 198 5.98 +1.7 AdvClEnh LCM .84 10.0 ...q 8.90 8.09 35 8.37 +.8 AdSDorWr AADR .32e .5 ...q 58.72 39.54 17 58.46 +45.5 AdvPerHY HYLD 3.54e 9.8 ...q 36.66 35.04 45 36.20 +1.5 AdSNewT n FNG ... ... ... 24.13 19.78 53 22.05 +5.2 AdvSh ef n CWS ... ... ... 31.56 25.89 31.36 +20.7 AdvS Kor n KOR ... ... ... 32.69 29.00 0 31.43 +8.3 AdvSmCap SCAP ... ... ... 36.44 29.73 34.36 +14.4 AdvPacFlt FLRT 1.56e ... ...q 52.41 48.56 0 49.27 -1.6 AdvSSage HOLD .41e .4 ...q 103.39 95.50 0 99.39 +.1 AdvNtMS MINC 1.34e 2.8 ...q 48.99 48.32 45 48.50 -.1 AdvSStarG VEGA ... ... ...q 30.98 27.40 1 30.70 +11.0 Adv GlEch n GIVE ... ... ... AdvTrTabs TTFS .73e 1.0 ...q 72.00 63.07 1 71.87 +13.1 AdvMeidll MATH ... ... ...q 33.63 29.16 1 33.53 +14.4 AdMadGBd FWDB .73e 2.8 ...q 27.13 24.87 1 26.05 +3.5 AdMadIntl FWDI .51e 1.7 ...q 30.83 24.30 30.30 +23.7 AdMadDm FWDD .30e .6 ...q 53.79 43.13 1 53.55 +20.6tAdvActBear HDGE ... ... ...q 9.30 7.81 133 7.87 -14.9 Aecom ACM ... ... 13 39.50 30.15 786 37.20 +2.3 AegeanMP ANW .08 2.0 11 13.00 3.20 335 4.00 -60.6sAegon AEG .25e 4.0 ... 6.32 4.73 1728 6.31 +14.1 Aegon cap AEH 1.59 6.2 ... 26.32 25.03 41 25.81 +3.1 Aegon 6.5 AED 1.63 6.3 ... 26.47 25.08 28 25.89 +2.9 Aegon t AEB .77 3.1 ... 25.44 22.09 19 24.71 +9.7 Aegon42 AEK 2.00 7.5 ... 26.89 25.54 32 26.59 +2.1 AerCap AER ... ... 8 54.50 41.34 768 52.74 +26.7 Aerocntry ACY ... ... 16 16.10 9.00 3 14.70 +55.6 AerohiveN HIVE ... ... ...dd 6.50 3.02 975 6.13 +7.5 AerojetR AJRD ... ... 65 36.25 17.69 684 31.61 +76.1 Aetna AET 2.00 1.1 18 192.37 116.04 2720 178.80 +44.2sAffilMgrs AMG 1.00 .5 18 202.09 139.52 238 202.20 +39.2 Agilent A .60f .9 29 70.93 45.38 1409 67.75 +48.7 Agnico g AEM .44f ... ...cc 51.86 39.06 898 43.83 +4.4sAgreeRlt ADC 2.08f 4.0 22 53.09 43.69 647 52.01 +12.9 Agrium g AGU 3.50 3.2 25 113.25 87.82 393 109.40 +8.8 Air Inds AIRI .60 36.6 ... 4.60 1.15 1409 1.64 -47.9 AirLease AL .40f .9 9 47.32 34.21 879 46.79 +36.3 AirProd APD 3.80 2.3 24 164.65 133.63 874 162.52 +13.0 AirPrd wi APD/WI ... ... ... Aircastle AYR 1.12f 4.7 10 25.98 20.71 201 23.69 +13.6 AlaPw pf Q ALPpQ 1.25 4.8 ... 27.05 25.26 12 26.29 +1.6 AlamoGp ALG .40 .4 27 119.58 70.53 38 113.51 +49.2 AlamosGld AGI .02 .3 ... 9.00 5.93 1130 6.15 -10.1 AlaskaAir ALK 1.20 1.6 9 101.43 61.10 2050 73.19 -17.5 AlbnyIn AIN .68 1.1 39 65.65 43.45 96 61.20 +32.2 Albemarle ALB 1.28 1.0 33 144.99 85.60 869 132.02 +53.4 Alcoa Cp AA ... ... ... 50.31 28.01 5782 46.52 +65.7 AlexB Inc ALEX .28 1.0 ...cc 30.35 25.55 302 28.14 -3.0 Alexanders ALX 17.00 4.3 19 441.54 392.22 6 395.38 -7.4sAlexREE ARE 3.60f 2.7 30 134.30 106.89 656 131.60 +18.4 AlxRE pfD AREpD 1.75 4.7 ... 37.50 33.75 4 37.50 +9.5 AlexcoR g AXU ... ... ... 2.04 1.10 318 1.47 +8.9 AlgonPw n AQN .47 ... ... 11.34 8.33 128 10.96 +29.2 Alibaba BABA ... ... 48 191.75 86.71 18755 171.28 +95.1 Timmins g TGD/O ... ... 1 .48 .30 .48 +52.4 Alio Gld rs ALO ... ... 1 6.06 2.82 170 3.04 AllegCp Y ... ... ...cc 667.19 521.07 73 577.50 -5.0 AllegTch ATI ... ... ...dd 26.59 14.54 2311 24.74 +55.3 Allegion ALLE .64 .8 ... 89.81 63.71 1155 80.07 +25.1 Allergan AGN 2.80 1.7 11 256.80 160.07 2500 169.57 -19.3 Allergn pfA AGNpA 55.00 9.0 ... 907.69 575.00 17 608.39 -20.2 Allete ALE 2.14 2.9 27 81.24 61.64 179 74.75 +16.5 AlliCAMun AKP .70 5.2 ...q 14.02 13.02 46 13.55 +2.3 AlliData ADS 2.08 .8 15 266.25 209.00 442 244.85 +7.2 AlliBNtlMu AFB .75 5.6 ...q 14.22 12.86 105 13.39 +1.3 AlliOne rs AOI ... ... ...dd 19.50 9.85 14 13.00 -32.3 AlliBGlbHi AWF .97a 7.6 ...q 13.12 12.25 213 12.75 +1.4 AlliNYMun AYN .67 4.7 ...q 14.29 AlliBern AB 2.13e 8.4 12 26.65 20.40 257 25.40 +8.3 AlliantEg s LNT 1.22 2.8 23 45.52 36.56 1423 42.77 +12.9 AlliGlCvInc NCV .78 11.1 ...q 7.28 6.36 340 7.05 +10.5 AlliGblCv2 NCZ .69 11.2 ...q 6.49 5.66 343 6.18 +8.2 AlliNFJDv NFJ 1.20 9.0 ...q 13.66 12.54 275 13.38 +6.1sAlliGlEqCv NIE 1.52 7.1 ...q 21.61 18.41 111 21.48 +16.6 Allz24Tgt n CBH ... ... ... 10.05 8.80 776 9.06 -8.0 AllnzgDI&Cv ACV 2.00 9.1 ...q 22.76 18.52 45 22.03 +17.3 AlldCap47 AFC 1.72 6.7 ... 26.24 25.15 9 25.59 +1.4 AllisonTrn ALSN .60 1.4 19 45.69 32.80 1667 42.66 +26.6 Allstate ALL 1.48 1.4 15 105.14 73.04 1535 104.38 +40.8 Allstat pfA ALLpA 1.41 5.4 ... 26.43 24.51 11 25.97 +4.9 Allstate 53 ALLpB 1.28 4.7 ... 28.29 25.13 51 26.85 +6.7 Allstat pfC ALLpC 1.69 6.4 ... 27.74 25.54 54 26.26 +1.9 Allstat pfD ALLpD 1.66 6.2 ... 27.98 25.57 6 26.94 +4.1 Allstat pfE ALLpE 1.66 6.2 ... 27.74 25.57 56 26.93 +4.1 Allstat pfF ALLpF 1.56 5.8 ... 27.92 25.02 9 26.93 +5.0 AllyFincl ALLY .48 1.7 14 29.34 18.11 5187 28.85 +51.7 AlmadM n AAU ... ... ... 1.75 .71 245 .96 -.9 AlonUsaLP ALDW .99e 6.3 22 16.38 8.65 106 15.67 +63.2sAlpUSQVal QVAL 1.35e 4.4 ...q 30.67 24.41 7 30.68 +24.0 AlpValuIntl IVAL 1.35e 4.1 ... 33.13 25.52 5 32.88 +28.0 AlpMoIntQ IMOM ... ... ...q 30.98 22.66 1 30.33 +33.0 AlpMoUSQ QMOM ... ... ... 29.51 24.45 28.98 +17.3sAlpArcVl n VMOT ... ... ... 29.11 24.70 235 29.02 +16.5 AlphaPro APT ... ... 20 4.25 2.55 49 3.90 +11.4 AlpGDDiv AGD .78 7.2 ...q 10.97 8.76 69 10.85 +23.7 AlpGPPrp AWP .60 9.0 ...q 6.88 5.08 446 6.66 +29.8sAlpTotDiv AOD .69 7.5 ...q 9.26 7.53 259 9.23 +21.8 AlpsETF GRI 1.52e 3.3 ...q 46.14 40.77 1 45.57 +9.4 AlpsEqSect EQL 1.83e 2.6 ...q 70.21 59.97 4 69.77 +16.3sAlpBzSoMed BUZ ... ... ... 32.71 26.19 2 32.50 +24.1 AlpsRivFlex RFFC ... ... ... Alps RivDiv RFDA ... ... ... 31.93 26.98 9 31.84 +18.0 AlpRvrCare RFCI ... ... ... 25.95 24.28 15 24.70 +1.1 AlpRivUncn RFUN ... ... ... 28.76 25.58 1 26.16 +1.6 AlpSprtJG SGDJ ... ... ...q 41.30 28.34 7 32.16 +1.3 AlpMedBrk SBIO ... ... ...q 32.98 22.12 26 32.30 +40.9 AlpSprotG SGDM ... ... ...q 23.45 17.67 751 20.01 +6.1 AlpWkplEq EQLT .46 ... ...q 36.77 30.10 1 36.69 +21.5 AlpEDvDg EDOG .67e 2.7 ...q 25.50 21.45 10 24.99 +14.8 AlpAlerEn ENFR 1.35e 5.9 ...q 24.95 21.62 29 22.69 -4.8 AlpIntDvDg IDOG 1.47e 5.2 ...q 28.65 23.37 79 28.42 +20.3sAlpBarr400 BFOR .27e .6 ...q 41.96 34.88 8 41.79 +19.3 AlpRivStInc RIGS .30e 1.2 ...q 25.76 24.81 65 25.19 +.1sAlpsDvDog SDOG 1.40e 3.0 ...q 46.46 41.31 154 46.20 +9.8 AlpAlerMLP AMLP 1.35e 12.6 ...q 13.31 9.79 15940 10.75 -14.7 Alteryx n AYX ... ... ... 29.16 14.61 858 26.71 +75.4 Altice n ATUS ... ... ... 35.29 17.80 1750 19.96 -39.0 AltisrcAst AAMC ... ... ...dd 116.00 45.62 1 81.95 +53.2 AltisResid RESI .60 5.2 ...dd 15.66 10.37 843 11.51 +4.3 Altria MO 2.64f 3.6 23 77.79 60.01 8269 73.88 +9.3 AlumChina ACH ... ... ... 23.54 9.93 61 17.19 +68.4 ATrFn pfA AFSIpA 1.69 8.0 ... 25.50 19.40 25 21.02 -14.5 AmTrF pfB AFSIpB 1.81 8.2 ... 26.25 20.37 31 22.02 -12.0 AmTrF pfC AFSIpC 1.91 8.3 ... 26.20 21.19 5 22.91 -9.0 AmTrF pf F AFSIpF ... ... ... 25.05 19.39 95 20.39 -11.7 AmTrF pfE AFSIpE ... ... ... 26.90 21.03 25 22.95 -10.1 AmTrFn 7.5 AFST ... ... ... 27.79 22.46 19 25.13 -2.4 AmTrFn 55 AFSS 1.81 7.4 ... 26.50 22.57 14 24.50 -3.0 AmTrF pfD AFSIpD 1.88 8.5 ... 26.12 21.00 54 22.02 -12.7 AmberRd AMBR ... ... ...dd 9.82 6.14 172 7.61 -16.2 Ambev ABEV .05e .8 6 7.03 4.86 7539 6.20 +26.3 Ameren AEE 1.83f 3.1 23 64.89 51.35 1478 59.49 +13.4 Ameresco AMRC ... ... 23 8.95 4.80 51 8.60 +56.4 AMovilL AMX .17e 1.0 15 19.50 12.00 1201 17.33 +37.9 AmMovl A AMOV ... ... ... 19.11 13.89 6 17.16 AmAssets AAT 1.04f 2.7 24 44.83 36.79 259 38.01 -11.8 AmAxle AXL ... ... 5 21.25 13.38 1750 17.64 -8.6 AmCampus ACC 1.76 4.3 30 51.70 41.06 771 41.39 -16.8 AEagleOut AEO .50 2.8 16 18.38 10.23 3752 18.09 +19.2 AEP AEP 2.36 3.2 19 78.07 61.82 1657 74.51 +18.3 AEqInvLf AEL .24f .8 11 32.54 21.66 499 31.66 +40.5 AmExp AXP 1.40 1.4 19 100.53 73.50 3191 99.15 +33.8 AFnclGrp AFG 1.40f 1.3 18 106.77 85.57 226 105.55 +19.8 AFnclGp 54 AFGE 1.56 5.9 ... 27.53 24.53 11 26.22 +4.8 AFnclGp 55 AFGH 1.50 5.6 ... 28.40 24.51 10 26.95 +7.8 AHm4Rent AMH .20 .9 32 23.98 20.10 1627 22.02 +5.0 AHm4R pfC AMHpC 1.38 4.9 ... 29.50 27.10 2 28.19 +3.8 AHm4Rn pfD AMHpD 1.63 5.9 ... 27.73 24.16 12 27.44 +9.8 AHm4R pfE AMHpE 1.59 5.9 ... 27.53 23.89 16 26.95 +10.0 AH4Rn pfG AMHpG 1.47 5.8 ... 26.38 25.00 11 25.35 +.5 AHm4R pfF AMHpF ... ... ... 26.27 24.00 8 25.91 +4.4 AIG wt AIG/WS ... ... ... 25.26 16.33 163 18.40 -21.6 AmIntlGrp AIG 1.28 2.1 ...dd 67.47 57.85 3310 59.78 -8.5 AmLorain ALN ... ... ...dd .61 .14 939 .17 -68.7 AMidstrm AMID 1.65 12.6 ...dd 18.45 11.10 134 13.05 -28.3 AmrRlty ARL ... ... ...dd 14.50 5.02 2 13.26 +156.5 AmRenAs n ARA ... ... ... 23.30 9.91 143 16.33 -23.3 AmShrd AMS ... ... 12 5.00 2.45 9 2.50 -25.4 AmStsWtr AWR 1.02 1.9 32 58.11 41.14 175 54.56 +19.8 AmTower AMT 2.80f 2.0 33 155.28 102.51 2015 141.86 +34.2 ATowr pfB AMTpB 5.50 4.4 ... 135.99 99.45 29 124.59 +19.2 AVangrd AVD .06e .3 35 24.00 14.65 82 18.95 -1.0 AmWtrWks AWK 1.66 1.9 30 92.37 69.96 528 89.00 +23.0 AmerSilvr n USAS ... ... ... Amerigas APU 3.80 8.5 36 50.00 42.00 132 44.83 -6.4sAmeriprise AMP 3.32 1.9 17 171.09 109.19 856 171.33 +54.4 AmeriBrgn ABC 1.52f 1.6 16 97.85 71.90 1900 93.79 +20.0 Ametek AME .36 .5 30 73.06 48.21 1463 72.06 +48.3 AmiraNatF ANFI ... ... ... 7.05 4.20 84 4.35 -29.3 Ampco AP ... ... ...dd 18.60 12.40 27 12.85 -23.3 Amphenol APH .76f .9 39 91.26 66.00 1032 88.80 +32.1sAmpioPhm AMPE ... ... ... 2.84 .38 2550 2.61 +190.0 AmpSrLn n YESR ... ... ... 28.57 26.52 0 26.96 -3.4 AmpDivOpt DIVO ... ... ... 29.38 24.80 2 29.22 +17.5 AmplOil n AMLX ... ... ... 15.25 10.96 12.10 -20.0sAmplify n BETR ... ... 46 12.01 4.78 5413 12.01 +36.3 Ampliph rs APHB ... ... ...dd 6.80 .67 99 .98 Amrep AXR ... ... 9 7.59 5.17 6.95 -6.3 Anadarko APC .20 .4 ...dd 72.32 39.96 5535 49.39 -29.2 Anadrk 18 AEUA 3.75 11.1 ... 48.28 30.95 25 33.87 -18.1 Andeavor ANDV 2.36f 2.1 39 112.48 75.11 1495 110.38 +26.2 AndeavLog ANDX 3.94f 8.4 24 60.14 42.18 562 46.64 -8.2 Anf DvAlt n DALT ... ... ... 10.48 10.03 1 10.04 -.9 AnglogldA AU ... ... ... 13.68 8.86 2454 9.25 -12.0 ABInBev BUD 3.19e 2.9 ... 126.50 103.40 1370 111.78 +6.0 Anixter AXE ... ... 16 88.60 62.40 154 72.25 -10.9 Annaly NLY 1.20 10.1 10 12.73 9.85 12367 11.85 +18.9 Annaly pfC NLYpC 1.91 7.5 ... 26.34 23.80 16 25.33 +5.1 Annaly pfD NLYpD 1.88 7.4 ... 26.27 23.81 13 25.21 +4.4 Annaly pfF NLYpF ... ... ... 26.59 24.80 58 25.82 +4.0 Annaly pfE NLYpE 1.91 7.5 ... 25.89 23.95 13 25.33 +5.1 Antero n AMGP ... ... ... 22.87 16.62 2839 19.21 -13.8 AnteroMid AM 1.36f 4.7 23 35.74 25.71 340 29.13 -5.7 AnteroRes AR 1.00 5.6 38 26.60 17.59 2154 18.00 -23.9 Anthem ANTM 2.60 1.1 24 236.16 140.50 1083 227.99 +58.6 Anthem un ANTX 2.63 4.6 ... 57.90 46.00 52 56.68 +20.7 Anworth ANH .60 10.9 10 6.35 5.07 801 5.51 +6.6 Anwrth pfA ANHpA 2.16 8.1 ... 28.19 25.06 1 26.70 +5.6 Anwrth pfB ANHpB 1.56 5.6 ... 30.92 25.10 0 27.75 +8.5sAnwrth pfC ANHpC 1.91 7.5 ... 25.44 24.05 5 25.44 +2.9 Aon plc AON 1.44 1.1 20 152.78 109.82 1201 136.87 +22.7 AoxingPh AXN ... ... 4 .65 .10 .12 -61.9 Apache APA 1.00 2.5 ...cc 66.94 38.14 2569 40.25 -36.6 AptInv AIV 1.44 3.3 ...cc 46.86 41.87 855 43.24 -4.9 AptInv pfA AIVpA 1.72 6.2 ... 27.80 25.60 0 27.75 +7.4 ApolloCRE ARI 1.84 9.9 10 19.92 16.46 1116 18.54 +11.6 ApoCRE pfA ARIpA 2.16 ... ... ApoCRE pfC ARIpC ... ... ... 25.89 24.54 4 25.71 +3.7 ApolloGM APO 1.85e 5.7 11 33.37 18.99 440 32.50 +67.9 ApollG pfA APOpA 1.60 6.1 ... 26.62 24.55 31 26.34 +6.9 ApolloI 43 AIY 1.72 6.6 ... 26.86 24.95 4 26.17 +3.5 ApollSrFlt AFT 1.08a 6.6 ...q 18.08 16.08 71 16.39 -5.8 ApolloTact AIF 1.32a 8.4 ...q 16.77 15.24 59 15.66 +1.3 AppHReit n APLE 1.20 6.1 25 20.68 17.49 1242 19.61 -1.9 ApldIndlT AIT 1.16 1.8 20 70.05 54.00 131 63.00 +6.1 Aptargrp ATR 1.28 1.5 27 90.79 71.44 351 86.58 +17.9 Aptiv APTV 1.16 1.4 17 89.66 55.80 2206 85.62 +51.8 AquaAm WTR .82 2.2 29 38.44 29.41 483 37.59 +25.1 Aquantia n AQ ... ... ... 13.80 9.60 90 10.86 +4.1 Acquavnt n WAAS ... ... ... 25.70 10.87 226 17.29 -29.5 Aramark ARMK .42f 1.0 29 44.12 32.87 1890 42.90 +20.1 ArborRT ABR .76f 8.9 8 8.99 7.11 770 8.52 +14.2 Arbor prA ABRpA 2.06 8.1 ... 25.98 24.99 1 25.30 +.9 ArborR pfB ABRpB 1.94 7.7 ... 26.00 24.40 1 25.20 +2.5 ArborR pfC ABRpC 2.13 8.2 ... 26.68 24.64 0 26.01 +2.6 ArborRT 21 ABRN 1.84 7.2 ... 25.87 25.02 0 25.51 +.8 ArcLogist ARCX 1.76 10.7 23 17.40 13.51 917 16.48 +3.5 ArcelorM rs MT ... ... 10 31.98 19.59 3307 31.89 ArchC pfC ARHpC 1.69 6.8 ... 26.01 25.02 25.00 -.7sArchCoal ARCH 1.40 1.6 12 88.44 60.13 173 88.06 +12.8 ArchDan ADM 1.28 3.2 18 47.44 38.59 2548 40.13 -12.1 Archrock AROC .48 4.7 ...dd 16.40 8.30 417 10.20 -22.7 Arconic ARNC .24 .9 ...dd 30.69 18.47 2494 25.63 +38.2 Arconic pf ARNCp 3.75 4.4 ... 85.84 -3.6 Arconic pfB ARNCpB 2.69 6.9 ... 42.08 38.33 38.90 +28.7 ArcosDor ARCO ... ... 26 10.80 5.25 286 9.80 +81.5 Ardaugh n ARD ... ... ... 24.54 19.55 31 20.50 -3.6 ArdmoreSh ASC ... ... ...dd 9.05 6.60 427 7.95 +7.4 AresCmcl ACRE 1.08 8.2 12 14.22 12.48 146 13.25 -3.5 AresDyCr ARDC 1.40 8.6 ...q 16.59 15.03 71 16.37 +8.6 AresMgmt ARES 1.13e 6.0 29 23.25 17.15 121 18.85 -1.8 AresMg pfA ARESpA 1.75 6.6 ... 27.43 24.87 89 26.42 +5.5 Argan AGX 1.00e ... 6 76.70 41.79 255 44.60 -36.8 AristaNetw ANET ... ... 56 245.65 87.33 795 236.00 +143.9 ArkInnova ARKK ... ... ...q 39.96 20.04 610 39.09 +95.0sArkIndInno ARKQ ... ... ...q 35.36 21.96 57 34.87 +58.8 ArkGenom ARKG ... ... ...q 27.17 16.91 41 24.36 +43.9 ArkWebX.O ARKW .53p ... ...q 50.50 25.08 356 49.37 +96.7 Ark 3dPr n PRNT ... ... ... 26.68 21.07 28 25.10 +19.0 Ark IsrTc n IZRL ... ... ... 21.33 19.76 45 20.46 +2.0 ArlingAst AI 2.20 17.8 5 15.72 10.93 554 12.36 -16.6 ArlingAst23 AIW 1.66 6.8 ... 25.45 23.00 1 24.53 +5.3 ArlingAst25 AIC 1.69 7.0 ... 24.97 20.73 3 24.14 +8.8 ArlAsst pfB AIpB 1.75 7.0 ... 25.85 24.13 0 24.98 -.5 ArmadaHof AHH .76 4.9 17 16.00 12.66 539 15.47 +6.2 ArmrR pfA ARRpA 2.06 8.1 ... 25.83 24.10 1 25.44 +4.7 ArmrR pfB ARRpB 1.97 7.9 ... 25.37 23.06 22 25.01 +7.8 ArmourR rs ARR 2.72 10.8 9 27.60 20.81 688 25.19 +16.1 ArmsFloor AFI ... ... ... 22.96 13.32 165 16.31 -18.1 ArmstrWld AWI ... ... 23 60.60 38.45 236 59.50 +42.3 ArmstW wi AWI/WI ... ... ... 41.30 ArrwDJYld GYLD 1.59e 8.8 ...q 19.99 17.51 46 17.98 -2.4 ArrowEl ARW ... ... 11 84.53 68.55 423 80.44 +12.8 ArwQVMEq QVM ... ... ...q 27.90 23.69 27.90 +16.6 ArtisanPtr APAM 2.40a 6.0 18 40.65 26.30 245 39.90 +34.1 AskanoG g AKG ... ... ... 3.90 .43 3189 .59 -80.7 AsburyA ABG ... ... 11 71.00 49.10 155 65.15 +5.6 AshHPrm AHP .64 6.6 7 14.87 8.74 169 9.77 -28.4 AshHPr pfB AHPpB ... ... ... 22.51 17.92 4 20.74 -3.7 AshfordHT AHT .48 7.3 10 8.23 5.68 808 6.59 -15.1 Ashfrd pfD AHTpD 2.11 8.2 ... 26.00 24.93 6 25.58 +2.4 AshfHT pfF AHTpF 1.84 7.3 ... 25.49 22.92 6 25.14 +5.3 AshfrH pfG AHTpG 1.84 7.3 ... 25.44 22.63 4 25.07 +8.3 AshfrdH pfH AHTpH 1.88 7.5 ... 25.25 24.82 15 25.21 +.4sAshfrdH pfI AHTpI 1.88 7.6 ... 24.82 24.56 71 24.84 +.8 Ashford AINC ... ... ...cc 109.82 42.41 5 100.01 +131.8 Ashland ASH 1.56 2.2 13 74.75 52.92 521 70.72 +32.3 AsiaPc APB .22e 1.5 ...q 15.45 9.52 2 14.47 +48.9 AsiaTigr GRR .07e .6 ...q 12.96 8.94 0 12.35 +34.8 AspenAero ASPN ... ... ...dd 5.14 3.84 20 4.85 +17.4 AspenIns AHL .96f 2.4 17 57.80 35.05 753 40.30 -26.7 Aspen pfC AHLpC 1.49 5.5 ... 28.99 25.23 16 27.18 +7.4 AspIns pfD AHLpD 1.41 5.4 ... 26.60 23.71 10 26.01 +.9 AscBnc pfC ASBpC 1.53 5.7 ... 27.50 25.00 1 26.73 +5.8 AsscBc pf D ASBpD ... ... ... 26.65 21.78 10 25.80 +17.9 AsscdBanc ASB .56f 2.2 19 26.70 20.95 863 25.55 +3.4 AsdBan wt ASB/WS ... ... ... 2.80 AssocCap n AC .20 .6 ... 39.35 32.20 18 34.70 +5.6 Assurant AIZ 2.24f 2.3 39 106.99 86.00 436 98.69 +6.3tAssuredG AGO .57 1.7 6 45.73 33.78 833 33.78 -10.6 AsdGMu01 AGOpB 1.72 6.6 ... 26.72 25.33 7 25.92 +1.5 AsdGMu02 AGOpE 1.56 5.9 ... 26.82 24.54 9 26.61 +6.5sAsdGMu03 AGOpF 1.40 5.5 ... 25.52 23.29 2 25.54 +7.5 AsteriasBio AST ... ... ...dd 5.00 1.95 64 2.20 -52.2 AstraZen s AZN 1.37e 4.1 11 35.60 26.51 1837 33.15 +21.3sAtHomGr n HOME ... ... 55 31.00 13.58 323 30.91 +111.3 Atento SA ATTO .34p ... ... 12.90 7.45 104 9.95 +30.1 Athene n ATH ... ... ... 55.22 45.15 2089 50.49 +5.2 AtkoreInt n ATRK ... ... ... 27.30 15.05 347 21.34 -10.7 AtlPwr g AT .12 ... ...dd 2.70 2.25 460 2.35 -6.0 ATMOS ATO 1.80 2.1 25 93.56 72.54 748 87.19 +17.6 AurynRs n AUG ... ... ... 3.00 1.29 78 1.33 -52.0 AutoNatn AN ... ... 13 57.83 38.20 630 52.61 +8.1 Autohome ATHM ... ... 33 67.69 25.00 823 62.72 +148.1 Autoliv ALV 2.32 1.8 20 129.84 96.08 561 127.15 +12.4 AutoZone AZO ... ... 16 805.78 491.13 554 701.01 -11.2 Auxilio n AUXO ... ... 32 6.72 3.12 3.47 -15.4 AvalonHld AWX ... ... ...dd 3.37 1.83 2 2.07 -30.0 AvalonBay AVB 5.68 3.2 24 199.52 169.50 757 177.72 +.3 Avangrid n AGR 1.73 3.4 ... 53.46 37.19 479 50.82 +34.2 AveICSFd ACP 1.44 10.3 ...q 14.93 13.27 168 13.98 +4.1sAveryD AVY 1.80 1.5 30 116.85 69.53 800 117.10 +66.8 Avianca AVH .21e 2.6 ... 10.29 6.37 83 8.12 -15.8 AvinoSG g ASM ... ... ... 2.13 1.14 124 1.34 -2.2 Avista AVA 1.43 2.8 25 52.83 37.78 479 51.25 +28.2 Avnet AVT .72 1.8 11 48.66 35.67 769 39.86 -16.3 Avon AVP ... ... ...dd 6.03 1.85 3458 2.27 -55.0 Axalta AXTA ... ... ...dd 38.20 27.00 1603 31.39 +15.4 AXIS Cap AXS 1.56f 3.1 8 71.06 49.61 1153 50.20 -23.1 AXIS pfD AXSpD 1.38 5.4 ... 25.98 22.53 11 25.48 +12.2 AxisCap pfE AXSpE ... ... ... 25.85 21.48 20 25.73 +18.8 Azul n AZUL ... ... ... 29.43 19.43 455 23.52 +7.5tAzurePwr n AZRE ... ... ... 22.00 13.00 41 12.78 -24.8B -B&G Foods BGS 1.86 5.2 19 47.75 29.50 1281 35.60 -18.7 B2gold g BTG ... ... 71 3.55 2.15 3216 2.83 +19.4 BB&T Cp BBT 1.32 2.6 17 51.11 41.17 2865 50.03 +6.4 BB&T pfD BBTpD ... ... ... 25.79 24.51 57 25.50 +4.0 BB&T pfE BBTpE 1.41 5.6 ... 25.77 23.67 72 25.25 +6.3 BB&T pfF BBTpF 1.30 5.2 ... 25.64 22.71 18 25.18 +10.6 BB&T pfG BBTpG 1.30 5.1 ... 25.85 22.70 24 25.27 +10.8 BB&T pfH BBTpH 1.41 5.2 ... 27.33 24.14 23 27.02 +11.2sBBVABFrn BFR .25e 1.0 ... 24.23 14.55 352 25.09 +43.9 BBX Cap n BBX .03f .4 ... 8.92 5.87 192 8.00 +25.6 BCE g BCE 2.87f ... ... 49.06 42.44 752 47.63 +10.2 BG Staffing BGSF 1.00 6.4 19 18.85 12.84 15 15.74 +.9 BGCPtrs 42 BGCA 2.03 7.8 ... 26.73 25.05 6 25.96 +1.0 BHP BillLt BHP 1.66e 3.8 ... 44.62 33.37 1607 43.29 +21.0 BHPBil plc BBL 1.66e 4.4 ... 39.12 28.73 1055 37.95 +20.6 BP MidPt n BPMP ... ... ... 18.91 17.05 327 18.08 +2.8 BP PLC BP 2.38 5.9 29 41.55 33.10 2895 40.64 +8.7 BP Pru BPT 3.60e 18.0 3 32.95 15.00 175 20.00 -15.8 BRF SA BRFS ... ... ... 15.50 10.60 1673 10.79 -26.9 BRT BRT .72 6.3 14 11.36 7.36 8 11.34 +38.5 BT Grp s BT .30e 1.6 ... 24.65 16.15 1736 18.28 -20.6 BWX Tech BWXT .44 .7 32 62.85 39.03 421 61.04 +53.8 B&W Ent n BW ... ... ...dd 17.52 1.61 1451 5.93 -64.3 BabShDHi BGH 1.84 9.5 ...q 20.83 19.01 92 19.33 +.5 BadgerMtr s BMI .52 1.1 42 52.10 34.40 79 47.75 +29.2 BakHuGE n BHGE .68 2.1 ... 38.59 29.62 5827 31.83 -14.0 BallCorp s BLL .40 1.0 21 43.24 35.65 4192 38.26 Ballanty BTN ... ... ...dd 8.10 4.05 16 4.60 -42.5 BanColum CIB 1.25e 3.1 ... 48.74 35.53 266 39.87 +8.7 BancCalif BANC .52 2.4 11 23.40 14.40 585 21.25 +22.5 BcCalif pfC BANCpC 2.00 7.6 ... 27.75 25.36 26.18 +1.4 BcCalif pfE BANCpE ... ... ... 28.59 24.21 23 25.97 +4.4 BcCal pfD BANCpD 1.84 7.0 ... 27.08 24.35 12 26.33 +3.7 BcBilVArg BBVA .27e 3.1 ... 9.35 6.34 1620 8.59 +26.9 BcoBrades s BBDO .02r .3 ... 11.79 6.90 2 9.04 +23.8 BcoBrad s BBD .16e 1.6 ... 11.86 6.86 6233 9.92 +38.0 BcoLatin BLX 1.54 5.6 13 30.45 25.51 528 27.57 -6.4 BcoMacro BMA ... ... ... 136.10 61.91 319 117.44 +82.5 BcoSantSA SAN .14e 2.1 ... 6.99 5.03 3018 6.67 +28.8 BcoSBrasil BSBR .23e 2.4 ... 11.75 6.86 1318 9.41 +5.8sBcSanChile BSAC .85e 2.7 ... 32.08 21.21 930 32.06 +46.6 BcoChile BCH 2.12e 2.2 ... 97.51 66.36 104 95.19 +38.7 BcpSouth BXS .56 1.7 21 34.45 27.20 450 32.90 +6.0 Bcp NJ BKJ .24 1.3 28 18.55 12.10 8 17.90 +39.2 BancFd pfA BCVpA 1.34 ... ... BancrftFd BCV 1.27e 5.8 ...q 22.77 20.20 9 21.73 +7.3sBkofAm BAC .48 1.6 17 29.50 21.77 61925 29.45 +33.3 BkAML pfI BMLpI 1.59 6.1 ... 26.15 24.97 25 25.93 +3.6 BkAML pfJ BMLpJ 1.02 4.4 ... 27.19 22.30 10 23.26 -2.2 BkAm pfD BACpD 1.55 6.0 ... 26.25 24.96 44 25.73 +2.6 BkAm pfE BACpE 1.02 5.1 ... 25.09 21.66 20 23.61 +8.1 BkAm pfI BACpI 1.66 6.3 ... 26.87 25.18 16 26.52 +4.7 BkAm pfL BACpL 72.50 5.4 ... 1352.71 1152.01 5 1331.70 +14.1 BkAm pfW BACpW 1.66 6.2 ... 27.33 25.56 51 26.95 +4.8 BkAm pfY BACpY 1.63 6.0 ... 27.39 25.21 35 27.15 +6.4sBkAm wtA BAC/WS/A ... ... ... 17.51 9.78 320 17.50 +75.9sBkAm wtB BAC/WS/B ... ... ... 2.20 .51 273 2.19 +128.1 BkAm pfA BACpA ... ... ... 27.18 24.80 56 27.08 +8.8 BkAm pfC BACpC ... ... ... 27.39 25.02 60 27.28 +8.1 BkAML pfL BMLpL 1.02 4.4 ... 25.30 21.65 10 23.10 +2.0 BkAML pfH BMLpH .77 3.6 ... 23.11 19.54 6 21.40 +7.6 BkAML pfG BMLpG .77 3.6 ... 22.97 19.68 8 21.45 +7.3 Bk of But n NTB 1.28 3.4 ... 40.80 29.81 371 37.66 +19.8 BkHawaii BOH 2.08 2.4 3 90.80 8.28 169 87.28 -1.6 BkMont g BMO 3.71e ... ... 79.02 66.75 313 78.55 +9.2 BkNYMel BK .96 1.8 16 55.40 43.85 2838 54.20 +14.4 BkNYM pfC BKpC 1.30 5.2 ... 27.23 22.87 78 25.17 +9.4 BkNova g BNS 2.32 3.6 12 66.78 53.86 476 63.98 +14.9 BankUtd BKU .84 2.1 17 41.64 30.37 570 40.51 +7.5How to read the stock tablesSTOCK GLOSSARY „ bt primary exchange listing BATS cld issue has been called for redemption by company d new intraday 52-week low g dividends paid in Canadian funds, PE not shown h -Does not meet continued-listing standards lf late ling with SEC n stock was a new issue in the last year the 52-week high and low gures are calculated from their start date pf preferred stock issue pr preferences rs stock has undergone a reverse stock split, decreasing outstanding shares by at least 50 percent within the past year rt right to buy security at a specied price s historical prices have been adjusted for a split or distribution of 20 percent or more in the last 12 months. wi trades will be settled when the stock is issued wd when distributed wt warrant, allowing a purchase of a stock u new intraday 52-week high un unit, including more than one security v Trading halted on primary market vj company in bankruptcy, receivership or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law this appears in front of the name DIVIDEND FOOTNOTES: a: Extra dividend(s) paid, but are not included; b: Annual rate plus stock dividend; c: Dividend from a liquidating company; e: Declared or paid preceding 12 months; f: Annual rate, increased on last declaration. i: Declared or paid after dividend or split; k: Declared or paid this year, an accumulative issue with dividends in arrears; r: Declared or paid in last 12 months plus stock dividend; m: Annual rate, reduced on last declaration. p: Initial dividend, annual rate unknown; yield not shown. t: Paid in stock in preceding 12 months, estimated cash value on ex-dividend or ex-distribution date PE footnotes q stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown cc P/E exceeds 99 dd loss in last 12 months 1 „ Name of stock. 2 „ Ticker Symbol company trades under. 3 „ Dividend: A distribution of the companys earnings to shareholders, usually consisting of stock dividends, interest on bonds, or short-term capital gains on the sale of securities usually paid quarterly in the form of cash or stock.4 „ Div. Yield: The dividend divided by the stock price. It helps gauge how well the stock is paying, compared to other investments such as CDs, bonds or savings accounts. 5 „ Price to earnings ratio: The price of a stock divided by its earnings per share. PEs are used to gauge the relative worth of a company stock. When compared to other companies in the same industry, the companies with the lowest PEs are generally earning higher prots.6 „ Range of closing prices in last year.7 „ Sales in thousands (10 = 10,000 shares), and closing price.8 „ Last trading price of the day. 9 „ Percent change for the year. st Arrows, indicate new highs or lows. Underline: indicates top 100 stocks by volume rank. Bold stocks designates which stocks have gone up or down 5% XYZcorp XYZ 1.20 3.6 17 34.09 27.27 2780 33.72 +20.7 Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg 2 1 3 4 5 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg6 7 9 Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg8 Continued on next pageAdvanced 1027 Declined 1882 New Highs 164 New Lows 34 Vol. (in mil.) 3,231 Pvs. Volume 3,479 1,957 2,015 1033 1860 154 52 NYSE NASD Stocks Recap 21,000 22,000 23,000 24,000 25,000 JD JASON 24,080 24,480 24,880 Dow Jones industrialsClose: 24,754.75 Change: -37.45 (-0.2%) 10 DAYS 6,000 6,300 6,600 6,900 7,200 JD JASON 6,720 6,880 7,040 Nasdaq compositeClose: 6,963.85 Change: -30.91 (-0.4%) 10 DAYSDOW 24850.11 24715.60 24754.75 -37.45 -0.15% s s s +25.26% DOW Trans. 10550.68 10479.41 10535.91 +13.65 +0.13% s s s +16.50% DOW Util. 747.62 733.71 733.84 -12.00 -1.61% t t t +11.25% NYSE Comp. 12807.13 12747.26 12747.55 -38.28 -0.30% s s s +15.29% NASDAQ 6995.88 6951.49 6963.85 -30.91 -0.44% s s s +29.36% S&P 500 2694.44 2680.74 2681.47 -8.69 -0.32% s s s +19.77% S&P 400 1909.26 1896.15 1897.03 -8.27 -0.43% s s s +14.24% Wilshire 5000 27964.24 27813.88 27821.94 -49.87 -0.18% s s s +18.77% Russell 2000 1552.21 1535.90 1536.75 -12.17 -0.79% s s s +13.23% HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. 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Sugar SGG ... ... ...q 47.77 26.50 134 29.06 -33.0 BiP Softs JJS ... ... ...q 42.16 28.81 0 30.50 -21.5 BiP PrM JJP ... ... ...q 60.90 51.55 55.14 +3.1 BiP Plat PGM ... ... ...q 21.50 17.86 3 18.54 -.4sBiP Lead LD ... ... ...q 60.19 37.24 0 60.00 +26.3 BiP Cottn BAL ... ... ...q 56.45 43.61 2 49.69 +7.0sBrcIndiaTR INP ... ... ...q 86.95 61.04 8 86.82 +38.7 BiP Coffee JO ... ... ...q 22.60 14.67 314 15.10 -22.8 BiPGrain JJG ... ... ...q 31.12 24.17 20 24.19 -14.0 BiP Cocoa NIB ... ... ...q 28.76 21.17 76 23.01 -14.5 BiP Alum JJU ... ... ...q 19.30 14.87 0 18.13 +20.5 BarcBk prD BCSpD 2.03 7.5 ... 27.24 25.50 124 26.90 +5.3 BiPIndMet JJM ... ... ...q 29.62 21.36 1 28.57 +20.6 BiPOpCur ICI ... ... ...q 43.42 35.77 36.05 -12.3 BiPAsnGulf PGD .11e .2 ...q 49.04 47.32 48.41 +2.2 BiPGems38 JEM 3.18e 10.8 ...q 33.00 27.90 0 29.32 +5.1 BiPNG GAZ ... ... ...q .76 .23 61 .24 -64.2 BiPLive COW ... ... ...q 26.25 21.57 19 22.96 +2.7 BiPEngy JJE ... ... ...q 6.77 4.67 5.72 -14.6 BarcBk prA BCSpA 1.78 7.1 ... 25.97 24.98 25.01 -1.5 BiP JpyUsd JYN ... ... ...q 51.25 47.50 49.69 +4.6 BiPAsia8 AYT 1.21e 2.8 ...q 43.93 38.30 1 43.63 +9.7 B iPInvVIX XXV ... ... ...q 39.88 36.20 38.00 +1.0 BarcCAPE CAPE ... ... ...q 120.00 95.87 3 117.04 +21.9 BiPSPMLP IMLP 1.47e 8.3 ...q 22.10 16.36 13 17.75 -13.8 Barclay BCS .15e 1.4 ... 11.96 9.29 2413 10.85 -1.4 iPthNtGs n GAZB ... ... ... 49.19 45.07 45.17 -2.1 BiP SPVix XVZ ... ... ...q 28.24 22.50 7 23.37 -15.6 Bar ef VXA ... ... ... tBrVxMdT rs VXZ ... ... ...q 35.11 17.95 374 17.93 -48.6 B iPVxST rs VXX ... ... ...q 103.16 27.49 32994 27.88 BarcWomLd WIL ... ... ...q 66.42 58.74 66.40 +13.0 Bard BCR 1.04 .3 31 337.73 221.75 555 333.83 +48.6 BaringsCp s MCI 1.20 7.6 ...q 16.36 14.55 15 15.81 +2.1 BaringsPt MPV 1.08a 7.5 ...q 15.15 13.83 26 14.33 +.9 BarcDisab RODI ... ... ...q 70.27 64.29 70.00 +26.2 B&N Ed n BNED .60 7.2 ...dd 12.25 4.99 814 8.36 -27.1 BarnesNob BKS .60 8.7 ...dd 12.15 6.25 949 6.90 -38.1 Barnes B .56 .9 22 72.87 45.47 131 63.26 +33.4 Barnwell BRN ... ... ...dd 2.70 1.56 131 2.10 +28.0 Barracuda CUDA ... ... ...cc 27.95 19.06 1384 27.44 +28.0 BarrickG ABX .12 .8 21 20.78 13.28 6893 14.25 -10.8 BasicEnS XYZ ... ... ...dd .45 BasicEn n BAS ... ... ... 44.81 14.03 285 22.89 -35.2 BatsGl n BATS .08p ... ... 36.01 32.79 35.13 +4.8 Baxter s BAX .64 1.0 31 66.18 43.95 2627 65.78 +48.4 BaytexE g BTE ... ... ...dd 5.20 2.13 1148 2.71 -44.5 BeazerHm BZH ... ... 21 23.24 11.18 479 18.92 +42.3 BectDck BDX 2.92 1.3 24 229.69 161.50 954 221.52 +33.8 BectDk pfA BDXA ... ... ... 61.84 54.18 17 59.79 +7.3 Belden BDC .20 .2 15 86.85 64.60 267 81.39 +8.9 Belden pfB BDCpB ... ... ... 114.45 98.90 35 109.98 +15.6 Belltrx g rs BXE ... ... 1 5.15 1.44 452 1.70 Belmond BEL ... ... 46 14.45 11.00 302 12.35 -7.5 Bemis BMS 1.20 2.5 19 51.98 40.60 470 47.27 -1.2 BenchElec BHE ... ... 21 35.80 29.15 358 29.50 -3.3 Berkley WRB .56 .8 20 73.17 62.00 659 70.10 +5.4 Berkley pfB WRBpB 1.41 5.6 ... 26.21 22.44 11 25.32 +12.0 Berkly pfC WRBpC ... ... ... 27.24 23.25 6 26.54 +10.6 Berkly pfD WRBpD 1.44 5.5 ... 26.92 22.56 28 26.10 +14.1sBerkHa A BRK/A ... ... 24 300300.00 237983.83 0 296992.00 +21.7sBerkH B BRK/B ... ... 27 200.26 158.61 3209 197.91 +21.4 BerkHBcp BHLB .84 2.2 18 40.00 32.85 289 38.05 +3.3 BerryPlas BERY ... ... 23 61.36 47.19 784 59.43 +22.0sBestBuy BBY 1.36 2.1 16 67.14 41.67 3815 65.80 +54.2tBest Inc n BSTI ... ... ... 13.25 8.80 1374 9.04 -17.0 BigLots BIG 1.00 1.8 15 60.20 45.10 604 55.20 +9.9 BiglariHld BH ... ... 6 491.74 290.05 9 424.93 -10.2 BBarrett BBG ... ... ...dd 7.70 2.66 3728 4.48 -35.9 BioAmber BIOA ... ... ...dd 6.24 .32 426 .40 -92.8 BioRadA BIO ... ... ...cc 273.87 181.87 186 247.16 +35.6 BioRadB BIO/B ... ... 66 261.55 182.65 255.25 +39.4 BiohvnPh n BHVN ... ... ... 39.51 18.95 291 25.21 +1.3 BioPhrmX BPMX ... ... ...dd .90 .11 1547 .11 -70.6 BioTime BTX ... ... 3 3.96 2.19 359 2.31 -36.0 BioTime wt BTX/WS ... ... ... .88 .11 6 .16 -77.1 BirksGrp BGI ... ... ... 2.72 1.02 22 1.57 +46.6 BitautoH BITA ... ... 40 54.42 18.04 1264 30.27 +59.8 BlkHillsCp BKH 1.78 3.0 17 72.02 57.01 646 59.07 -3.7 BlkHCp un BKHU ... ... ... 78.74 62.96 0 65.84 -4.4 BlKnight n BKI ... ... ... 47.55 42.70 868 44.25 +2.0 BlkStMin n BSM 1.25f 7.2 19 19.55 15.12 127 17.40 -7.3 BlackBerry BB ... ... 13 11.78 6.65 10364 10.87 +57.8sBlackRock BLK 10.00 1.9 24 519.46 365.83 401 515.82 +35.5 Blrk22Gl n BGIO ... ... ... 10.20 9.40 246 9.55 -5.4 BlkBldAm BBN 1.58 6.8 ...q 23.96 21.22 162 23.18 +7.3 BlkCA18 BJZ .33 2.3 ...q 15.35 14.37 13 14.61 -2.8tBlkCAIT BFZ .87 6.3 ...q 15.15 13.81 169 13.85 -4.4 BlkCorBd BHK .85a 6.1 ...q 14.26 12.90 144 13.92 +7.0 BlkCpHiY HYT .84a 7.7 ...q 11.47 10.60 487 10.96 +1.2 BlkCrdAllo BTZ .97 7.2 ...q 13.66 12.59 282 13.33 +2.8 BlkDbtStr rs DSU ... ... ...q 11.86 11.13 141 11.65 +2.7 BlkEngyRs BGR 1.32 9.7 ...q 14.87 12.32 119 13.56 -6.1sBlkEnhC&I CII 1.20 7.4 ...q 16.25 13.62 172 16.29 +18.8 BlkEEqDv BDJ .56 6.1 ...q 9.31 8.06 295 9.14 +12.1 BlEnhGvIn EGF .66 5.0 ...q 14.14 13.03 2 13.31 +.9 BlkFltRtInc FRA .81 5.8 ...q 14.85 13.70 203 13.83 -4.0 BlkFloatR BGT .78a 5.7 ...q 14.79 13.40 82 13.77 -2.2 BlkFL2020 BFO .37 2.5 ...q 15.20 14.61 19 14.64 -2.5 BlkGlbOp BOE 1.16 9.4 ...q 12.50 9.24 250 12.42 +33.6 BlkHlthSci BME 2.40a 6.7 ...q 38.00 31.55 27 35.69 +12.4 BlkIT BKT .37 6.1 ...q 6.40 6.06 119 6.11 -3.5 BlkIntlG&I BGY .59 9.1 ...q 6.71 5.40 278 6.48 +17.6 BlkIQM BKN .92a 6.3 ...q 15.75 13.92 100 14.70 +.1 BlkLtdD BLW 1.19a 7.6 ...q 16.30 15.05 129 15.81 +4.2 BlkLTMu BTA .70a 5.8 ...q 12.54 11.08 71 11.91 +5.6tBlkMDMB BZM .65 4.0 ...q 15.90 13.36 17 13.48 -4.5 BlkMATxE MHE .70a 5.0 ...q 15.00 12.84 1 13.93 -2.0 BlkMultSec BIT 1.40a 7.7 ...q 18.77 16.25 105 18.10 +9.8 BlkMuIntD MUI .79a 5.7 ...q 14.41 13.45 292 13.79 -.1 BlkMuNYInt MNE .69 5.1 ...q 14.45 13.18 23 13.46 -.8 BlkMunihCA MUC .81a 5.7 ...q 15.19 13.76 115 14.31 +1.6 BlkMunHIQ MFL .86 5.9 ...q 15.33 13.91 169 14.52 +2.4 BlMunhNYQ MHN .80a 5.9 ...q 14.58 13.28 86 13.46 +.4 BlMunhNJQ MUJ .89a 6.2 ...q 14.96 13.75 121 14.34 +3.1 BlkMunihQ MUS .81 6.1 ...q 14.32 12.83 59 13.36 -1.6 BlkMunHQ2 MUE .82 5.9 ...q 14.33 12.84 84 13.78 +2.1 BlMunyCAQ MCA .88 6.0 ...q 15.69 14.30 86 14.66 +1.1 BlkMunyInv MYF .97 6.5 ...q 17.88 14.47 48 14.95 +.3 BlkMunyIQ MFT .85 6.1 ...q 15.32 13.32 37 13.86 -.6 BlkMYMIQ MIY .83 6.0 ...q 14.35 13.17 134 13.94 +2.6 BlMunyNYQ MYN .74a 5.8 ...q 13.43 12.55 136 12.81 +.9 BlkMunyPaQ MPA .86 6.1 ...q 14.91 13.75 31 14.18 +.6 BlMunyQlty MQY .96 6.3 ...q 16.10 14.42 51 15.27 +3.7 BlkMuniyQ3 MYI .89a 6.4 ...q 14.86 13.42 160 13.88 +1.7 BlkMuniast MUA .72a 4.8 ...q 15.84 13.20 26 14.90 +10.6 Blk2018 BPK .56a 3.8 ...q 15.12 14.71 174 14.75 -1.5 BlkMu2020 BKK .54a 3.6 ...q 15.95 15.01 96 15.08 -.7 BlkMuBdT BBK .90a 6.0 ...q 16.47 14.50 25 14.97 -1.9 BlkMuIIQ BAF .82 5.6 ...q 15.58 13.90 44 14.79 +3.7 BlkMunIIT BBF .87 6.2 ...q 15.80 13.70 59 14.04 +.2 BlkMuIQT BYM .86 6.2 ...q 15.24 13.61 109 14.04 +1.1 BlkMuIT BFK .90a 6.4 ...q 14.72 13.42 134 14.11 +2.0 BlkMuIT2 BLE .95a 6.7 ...q 15.87 14.22 73 14.25 -2.0 BlkMuTTT BTT .96a 4.3 ...q 23.62 21.80 170 22.40 +2.6 BlkMunienh MEN .73a 6.2 ...q 12.46 11.02 42 11.70 +3.8 BlkMunihld MHD 1.03a 6.3 ...q 18.25 15.89 27 16.49 +1.9 BlkMunihd2 MUH .93a 6.3 ...q 16.63 14.51 32 14.65 -.3 BlkMunvst MVF .64a 6.7 ...q 10.11 9.34 194 9.62 +.1 BlkMuniv2 MVT 1.00a 6.5 ...q 16.39 14.86 39 15.25 +.1 BlkMunyAZ MZA .83 5.3 ...q 17.90 14.03 11 15.73 +8.7 BlMunyldCA MYC .89a 6.0 ...q 16.27 14.44 78 14.89 -2.5 BlkMuniyld MYD .92a 6.4 ...q 15.73 13.85 142 14.38 +1.7 BlkMunyNJ MYJ .90a 5.7 ...q 17.48 14.87 31 15.73 +2.7 BlMunQlt2 MQT .80 6.2 ...q 13.91 12.35 45 12.89 +.6 BlkNJMB BLJ .83a 5.7 ...q 16.21 14.21 5 14.68 +1.6 BlkNJIT BNJ .90a 6.0 ...q 16.35 14.12 22 15.13 +6.3tBlkNY18 BLH .31a 2.1 ...q 15.00 14.72 35 14.70 -.2 BlkNYMB BQH .74 5.1 ...q 15.65 13.56 4 14.49 +3.4 BlkNYIQT BSE .69 5.3 ...q 14.00 12.73 6 13.09 -.2 BlkNYIT BNY .83 5.8 ...q 15.50 13.83 17 14.39 +3.5 BlkNYMu2 BFY .84 5.8 ...q 15.90 14.08 14 14.53 +.3 BlkRsCmdy BCX .79 8.6 ...q 9.38 7.76 361 9.17 +10.9 BlkSciTch BST 1.20 4.4 ...q 27.45 17.88 84 27.04 +50.7 BlkStMT BSD .85a 6.2 ...q 15.61 13.03 53 13.67 +1.3 BlkU&Inf BUI 1.45 6.8 ...q 21.72 18.29 27 21.39 +16.2 BlkVAMB BHV .83 4.9 ...q 20.22 15.06 16.88 +9.6 BlkstFltRt BSL 1.08 6.2 ...q 18.80 17.01 125 17.55 -2.9 BlkstGSOSt BGB 1.26 7.9 ...q 16.41 15.17 153 15.89 +3.6 Blackstone BX 2.32 7.3 15 35.09 26.65 2919 31.70 +17.3 BlkstnMtg BXMT 2.48 7.7 14 33.08 29.76 857 32.25 +7.2 BlkLSCrInc BGX 1.18 7.4 ...q 16.70 15.45 37 15.88 -.3 BlockHR HRB .96 3.5 14 31.80 19.85 1486 27.63 +20.2 BlonderT BDR ... ... ...dd 1.29 .38 93 .54 +15.3 BlueAprn n APRN ... ... 9 10.10 2.94 2127 4.45 -52.4 BlueCapRe BCRH 1.20 9.6 ...dd 20.83 11.70 46 12.50 -32.2 BluegVac n BXG ... ... ... 17.13 13.00 251 15.64 +17.7 BlueLinx rs BXC ... ... 3 11.78 6.36 50 9.82 +31.5 BluerkRsd BRG 1.16 11.5 ...dd 14.14 9.68 300 10.07 -26.6 BluerkRs pf BRGpA 2.06 7.8 ... 27.00 25.64 5 26.55 +1.9 BluerkR pfD BRGpD 1.78 7.0 ... 26.25 22.51 1 25.37 +8.9 BluerkR pfC BRGpC 1.91 7.3 ... 26.50 25.50 26.03 +.7 BdwlkPpl BWP .40 2.9 12 18.95 12.79 720 13.68 -21.2sBoeing BA 6.84f 2.3 31 297.37 154.96 2415 297.25 +90.9sBoiseCasc BCC .07p ... 23 40.30 22.25 459 39.55 +75.8 BonanzaCE BCEI ... ... ...dd 273.78 23.33 85 30.32 BootBarn BOOT ... ... 29 16.21 5.90 232 15.90 +27.0 BoozAllnH BAH .68 1.7 21 39.68 31.06 821 38.96 +8.0 BorgWarn BWA .68f 1.1 15 55.84 37.54 2822 52.20 +32.4 BostBeer SAM ... ... 25 194.30 128.70 237 186.75 +9.9 BostProp BXP 3.00 2.3 25 140.13 116.77 884 128.84 +2.4 BosProp pfB BXPpB 1.31 5.1 ... 26.94 23.65 9 25.45 +5.9 BostonSci BSX ... ... 18 29.93 21.56 8523 25.49 +17.8 BldrG&IFd BIF .40a 3.6 ...q 11.06 8.85 242 11.02 +23.3 BovieMed BVX ... ... ...dd 4.29 1.87 110 2.68 -25.3 BowlA BWL/A .68 4.5 42 17.25 13.43 1 15.10 -8.4 Box Inc n BOX ... ... ...dd 24.10 13.67 1669 20.90 +50.8sBoydGm BYD .20 ... 30 35.12 19.19 885 35.09 +74.0 BradyCp BRC .83 2.2 25 40.50 31.70 111 38.60 +2.8 Brandyw BDN .72f 4.0 20 18.69 15.63 2561 18.16 +10.0 BrasilAgro LND ... ... ... 4.55 3.04 3.51 +8.0 Braskem BAK .78e 2.9 ... 33.73 17.44 139 26.60 +25.4 BridgptEd BPI ... ... 17 15.85 8.18 344 9.05 -10.7 BrigStrat BGG .56 2.2 23 25.95 20.00 180 24.96 +12.1sBrightHrz BFAM ... ... 47 94.77 65.00 265 94.71 +35.3 BrghtSch n BEDU ... ... ... 28.18 10.79 63 18.01 +41.6 Brinker EAT 1.52 3.9 13 51.08 29.50 2121 39.41 -20.4 Brinks BCO .60 .8 40 87.30 40.95 473 78.80 +91.0 BrMySq BMY 1.60f 2.6 22 66.10 46.01 5387 61.56 +5.3 BristowGp BRS .28 2.3 ...dd 21.78 6.21 485 12.44 -39.3 BritATob s BTI 2.24e 3.4 ... 73.41 55.53 2277 66.58 BrixmorP BRX 1.10f 6.0 10 25.34 17.23 2147 18.25 -24.5 BroadrdgF BR 1.46 1.6 28 91.75 65.22 416 91.16 +37.5 Brookdale BKD ... ... ...dd 16.31 8.78 1735 9.65 -22.3 BrkfdAs g s BAM .56 1.3 22 44.33 32.65 909 43.41 +31.5 BrookBus n BBU .25 .8 ... 34.61 23.66 28 33.02 +37.2 BrkfDtla pf DTLAp 1.91 6.7 ... 31.31 21.30 9 28.48 +28.9 BrkGblInf INF 1.40 10.8 ...q 14.20 12.49 52 12.96 +1.0 BrkfInfra s BIP 1.74 4.0 ... 45.23 33.09 220 43.95 +31.3 BrkRlAs n RA .20p ... ... 24.39 21.54 172 23.18 +3.9 BrkfReEn BEP 1.87 5.4 ... 36.00 28.13 80 34.54 +16.3 HeliosTR rt HTRr ... ... ... .64 BrwnBrn BRO .60f 1.2 28 52.42 41.10 428 51.50 +14.8sBrownFA s BF/A .79 1.2 39 67.43 45.17 25 66.88 +44.6sBrownFB s BF/B .79 1.2 ... 68.04 43.72 600 67.70 +50.7 Brunswick BC .76f 1.4 15 63.82 48.04 866 55.00 +.8 Buckeye BPL 5.05 10.5 14 73.01 43.90 558 48.08 -27.3 Buckle BKE 1.00e 4.3 13 24.45 13.50 582 23.20 +1.8 Buenavent BVN ... ... ...dd 14.96 10.49 1151 13.23 +17.3 BldBear BBW ... ... 20 14.65 7.25 119 9.30 -32.4 BungeLt BG 1.84 2.7 19 83.75 63.87 1074 66.91 -7.4sBurlStrs BURL ... ... 30 116.56 79.07 1162 117.94 +39.2 BylineBc n BY ... ... ... 23.65 19.02 36 21.91 +9.3C -C&J Eng n CJ ... ... ... 39.13 32.01 34.18 -6.8 CTrkMH23 MLPC 1.19e 7.8 ...q 18.43 14.20 5 15.26 -8.7 CtrMillr n MLPE ... ... ... 27.75 21.82 22.85 -5.6 CAE Inc g CAE .36 ... ... 18.25 13.80 250 17.65 +26.3 CAI Intl CAI ... ... 17 40.11 8.41 249 30.13 +247.5 CBIZ Inc CBZ ... ... 17 17.25 12.70 190 15.00 +9.5 CBL Asc CBL 1.06 18.5 3 11.92 5.31 4046 5.73 -50.2tCBL pfD CBLpD 1.84 8.3 ... 24.96 22.05 88 22.15 -9.4 CBL pfE CBLpE 1.66 7.5 ... 25.11 20.15 7 22.03 -4.1 CBRE GRE IGR .60 7.7 ...q 8.05 7.13 342 7.78 +6.6 CBRE Grp CBG ... ... 17 44.34 29.69 1320 43.50 +38.1 CBS A CBS/A .72f 1.2 18 71.07 53.00 2 60.23 -7.1 CBS B CBS .72 1.2 14 70.10 52.75 3006 59.46 -6.5 CCA Inds CAW ... ... 15 3.81 2.50 2 3.10 +19.2 CF Inds s CF 1.20 2.9 ...dd 41.80 25.04 2897 41.20 +30.9 CGG rs CGG ... ... ... 15.60 3.26 4 4.50 -68.2 CGI g GIB ... ... ... 54.64 45.81 209 53.37 +11.1 CIT Grp CIT .64f 1.3 48 51.73 39.48 1046 49.58 +16.2 CKE Inc CK ... ... ... CKX Lands CKX .12m 1.2 41 14.10 9.60 3 9.83 -11.1 CMS Eng CMS 1.33 2.8 26 50.83 41.12 2195 47.72 +14.7 CNA Fn CNA 1.20 2.3 17 55.62 39.96 167 52.59 +26.7 CNH Indl CNHI .12 .9 ...cc 13.46 8.56 1407 13.27 +52.7 CNO Fincl CNO .36 1.5 16 25.83 18.54 953 24.51 +28.0 CNOOC CEO 4.92e 3.5 ... 143.39 108.05 51 139.41 +12.5 CNX Coal n CNXC .51 ... 10 19.55 12.56 13.55 -25.8 CNX Resc CNX .04 .3 ...dd 16.48 11.30 2872 14.27 -6.2 ConslCoal n CCR ... ... ... 15.00 13.15 55 14.80 +8.0sCONSOL n CEIX ... ... ... 30.93 19.51 595 32.30 +39.1 CPFL Eng CPL .12e 1.1 ... 17.69 10.63 193 11.10 -27.9 CPI Aero CVU ... ... 13 10.15 5.55 16 8.75 -5.4 CRH Med CRHM ... ... ... 9.25 1.46 249 2.45 -53.3 CRH CRH .72e 2.1 ... 38.06 32.82 626 34.55 +.5 CsopChiA50 AFTY 2.38p ... ...q 19.60 12.91 12 17.32 +33.8 Csop ChInt CNHX ... ... ...q 30.10 25.40 29.13 +14.2 Csop Csi300 HAHA ... ... ...q 34.14 26.95 33.66 +20.9 CSRA n CSRA .40 1.3 14 33.67 27.38 874 30.39 -4.6 CSS Inds CSS .80 2.9 38 30.29 23.16 48 27.79 +2.7 CTS CTS .16 .6 40 28.35 19.30 89 26.90 +20.1 CURO Gp n CURO ... ... ... 14.38 13.50 26 14.01 -1.3sCVR Engy CVI 2.00 5.6 ...cc 35.99 16.75 310 35.46 +39.7 CVR Ptrs UAN .71e 20.1 ...dd 6.95 2.58 828 3.54 -41.1 CVR Rfng CVRR ... ... 16 13.85 6.70 377 13.50 +29.8 CVS Health CVS 2.00 2.8 13 84.72 66.45 11682 72.31 -8.4 CWA Inco n CWAI ... ... ... 26.41 25.00 25.53 +2.1 CYS Invest CYS 1.00 12.3 9 8.98 7.46 1799 8.12 +5.0 CYSInv pfA CYSpA 1.94 7.6 ... 25.73 23.37 5 25.42 +7.0 CYSInv pfB CYSpB 1.88 7.5 ... 25.32 22.46 21 25.09 +10.5 CabGS t34 GYB .83 3.6 ... 23.75 20.47 14 22.84 +10.3 CabcoJCP97 PFH 1.91 13.9 ... 20.42 11.00 11 13.73 -30.9 CabAT&T34 GYC .83 3.5 ... 26.05 20.56 2 23.54 +12.3 CableOne n CABO 7.00 1.0 37 788.00 564.26 43 681.22 +9.6 Cabot CBT 1.26 2.1 18 64.66 50.21 685 61.27 +21.2 CabotO&G COG .20 .7 65 29.57 20.55 3294 26.82 +14.8 CACI CACI ... ... 20 147.31 112.10 211 135.20 +8.8sCadencB n CADE ... ... ... 26.67 20.00 935 26.59 +19.5 CalAtlantic CAA .16 .3 16 57.04 32.47 1180 55.20 +62.3 CaledoMn n CMCL .07p ... ... 7.96 5.17 1 6.80 +1.5 Caleres CAL .28 .9 16 34.10 22.39 201 32.58 -.7 Calgon CCC .20 .9 ...cc 22.10 12.00 930 21.45 +26.2 CalifRes rs CRC ... ... ... 23.42 6.47 1230 16.25 -23.7 CalifWtr CWT .72 1.7 31 46.15 32.45 122 42.60 +25.7 Calix CALX ... ... ...dd 8.00 4.65 446 6.35 -17.5 CallGolf ELY .04 .3 8 15.63 9.93 944 14.66 +33.8 CallonPet CPE ... ... 34 16.32 9.34 2898 11.02 -28.3 Callon pfA CPEpA 5.00 9.8 ... 53.65 47.11 1 51.12 -3.0 Calpine CPN ... ... ...dd 15.16 9.30 2582 15.09 +32.0tCambrE rs CEI ... ... ...dd 1.45 .13 4070 .12 -90.0 Cambrex CBM ... ... 20 62.95 42.55 342 51.55 -4.4sCambriaYld SYLD 1.42e 1.6 ...q 38.17 32.48 3 38.18 +17.4 CambFgnY FYLD 1.85e 5.6 ...q 26.18 20.70 2 26.09 +24.5 CambGblV GVAL .54e 2.1 ...q 25.93 19.90 31 25.24 +25.0 CamGblMo GMOM .53e 2.0 ...q 27.17 23.02 19 27.07 +16.7sCambGlAss GAA .55e 2.0 ... 27.48 24.24 4 27.45 +12.2 CambrEmS EYLD ... ... ... 36.29 25.97 5 34.60 +30.5 CambSovHi SOVB .50e ... ... CambEq n CCOR ... ... ... 26.10 25.04 11 25.85 +3.1 CambTail n TAIL ... ... ... 25.57 22.50 15 22.53 -9.9 CamValMom VAMO ... ... ...q 25.48 22.55 0 25.14 +4.2 CamdenPT CPT 3.00 3.3 24 96.39 78.38 839 91.53 +8.9 Cameco g CCJ .40 ... ... 13.36 7.68 1240 10.22 -2.4 CampSp CPB 1.40 2.9 17 64.23 45.00 4064 48.78 -19.3 CampWrl n CWH .54 1.2 ... 47.62 26.30 416 46.27 +42.0 Can-Fite CANF ... ... ... 2.67 1.24 369 1.59 -33.2 CdaGoose n GOOS ... ... ... 28.89 15.20 680 27.36 +70.1 CIBC g CM 4.94 ... 10 96.64 77.20 384 94.51 +15.8 CdnNR gs CNI 1.27 ... ... 84.48 67.08 853 81.31 +20.6 CdnNRs gs CNQ .82 ... ... 36.79 27.52 2190 33.80 +6.0 CP Rwy g CP 2.25 ... ... 181.28 141.32 407 179.25 +25.6 CannaeHl n CNNE ... ... ... 18.71 16.16 191 16.51 -9.9 Canon CAJ ... ... ... 39.15 27.76 105 38.44 +36.6 CantelMed CMD .14e .1 65 108.00 69.21 86 99.34 +26.1 CapOne COF 1.60 1.6 14 99.95 76.05 2339 98.74 +13.2 CapOne wt COF/WS ... ... ... 57.52 35.50 8 57.00 +26.1 CapOne pfC COFpC 1.56 5.9 ... 26.79 25.00 15 26.43 +5.3 CapOne pfD COFpD 1.68 6.2 ... 27.88 25.82 36 26.83 +3.4 CapOne pfF COFpF 1.55 5.7 ... 27.74 24.95 23 27.16 +8.4 CapOne pfB COFpP 1.50 5.9 ... 25.88 24.25 138 25.30 +3.2 CpOne pf H COFpH ... ... ... 27.19 24.51 36 27.04 +8.6 CapOne pfG COFpG ... ... ... 25.55 21.37 79 25.40 +17.2 CapSenL CSU ... ... ...dd 17.66 11.60 299 14.11 -12.1 CapInv n CIC ... ... ... 10.10 9.60 1 9.65 -2.0 CapInv wt CIC/WS ... ... ... 1.20 1.05 10 1.10 -7.6 CapsteadM CMO .95 10.6 13 11.41 8.52 861 8.95 -12.2 Capstd pfE CMOpE 1.88 7.4 ... 25.64 23.84 23 25.53 +6.2 CarboCer CRR ... ... ...dd 16.70 5.83 603 9.69 -7.4 CardnlHlth CAH 1.85 2.9 15 84.88 54.66 3900 63.01 -12.4 Care.com CRCM ... ... ...cc 20.88 8.05 241 18.37 +114.4 Carlisle CSL 1.48f 1.3 20 116.53 92.09 281 112.85 +2.3 CarMax KMX ... ... 19 77.64 54.29 3501 67.85 +5.4 Carnival CCL 1.80f 2.6 18 69.89 51.70 5833 68.13 +30.9 CarnUK CUK 1.80f 2.7 ... 70.56 50.86 385 67.71 +32.3 CarpTech CRS .72 1.4 41 52.88 34.24 289 52.54 +45.3 CarrSrv CSV .30f 1.1 19 29.11 23.15 125 26.27 -8.3sCars.cm CARS ... ... ... 29.47 20.94 4666 29.23 Carters CRI 1.48 1.3 22 117.40 77.94 710 113.18 +31.0 Carvana A n CVNA ... ... ... 24.89 8.14 558 20.28 CastleBr ROX ... ... ...dd 2.22 .69 681 1.36 +78.9 CastlightH CSLT ... ... ...dd 5.50 3.05 616 3.90 -21.2 Catalent CTLT ... ... 48 43.39 25.51 830 41.95 +55.6 CatchMTim CTT .54 4.1 ...dd 13.47 10.10 286 13.21 +17.3sCaterpillar CAT 3.12 2.1 39 149.81 90.34 3435 150.91 +62.7 CatoCp CATO 1.32 8.3 36 31.35 12.20 265 15.99 -46.8 CedarF FUN 3.56f 5.2 22 72.56 59.66 134 68.50 +6.7 CedarRlty CDR .20 3.3 15 6.79 4.70 629 6.10 -6.6 CedarR pfB CDRpB 1.81 7.2 ... 26.06 23.95 4 25.27 +3.8 CedrRT pfC CDRpC 1.63 6.7 ... 25.39 24.16 46 24.49 -.9 CelSci wt CVM/WS ... ... ... .09 .00 63 .01 -21.1 Cel-Sci rs CVM ... ... ... 4.58 1.46 378 2.00 Celadon CGI .08 1.3 32 9.61 1.30 231 6.30 -11.9sCelanese CE 1.84 1.7 15 109.45 78.38 541 107.98 +37.1 Celestic g CLS ... ... 7 14.74 9.79 1028 10.56 -10.9 Cellcom CEL ... ... 11 11.19 7.84 17 9.76 +23.1 Cementos CPAC .50e 4.3 ... 13.39 9.00 13 11.65 +26.5 Cemex CX .29t ... ... 10.37 7.10 17788 7.40 -4.2 Cemig pf CIG .09e 4.7 ... 3.84 1.89 831 1.93 -15.4 Cemig CIG/C .09e 4.5 ... 4.75 1.85 9 2.00 -20.9 CenovusE CVE .20 ... 24 15.54 6.76 2811 8.53 -43.6 Centene s CNC ... ... 22 103.15 55.89 1964 100.94 +78.6 CC MLPInf CEN 1.25 12.8 ...q 13.72 8.80 221 9.80 -18.0 CenterPnt CNP 1.11f 4.0 20 30.45 24.41 2247 28.01 +13.7 CentElBr B EBR/B ... ... ... 8.91 4.60 26 5.89 -25.3 CentElecBr EBR ... ... ... 7.38 3.49 339 5.25 -23.5 CnEurRusT CEE .49e 2.0 ...q 25.58 19.74 6 24.35 +18.4 CFCda g CEF .01 .1 ...q 13.58 11.29 1331 12.91 +14.3 CenPacFn CPF .72 2.4 20 33.55 27.34 95 30.57 -2.7sCentSecur CET 1.78e .7 ...q 27.25 21.58 15 27.24 +25.0 CentrusEn LEU ... ... ...dd 9.46 3.30 9 4.12 -35.4 CentCmtys CCS ... ... 15 31.90 20.30 453 29.75 +41.7 CntryLink CTL 2.16 12.4 8 27.61 13.16 21949 17.40 -26.8 Cervecer CCU .32e 1.1 ... 29.14 20.25 207 28.81 +37.3 ChannAdv ECOM ... ... ...dd 15.20 8.30 161 9.00 -37.3 ChRvLab CRL ... ... 22 119.05 75.25 356 109.74 +44.0 ChaseCorp CCF .80f .7 27 129.55 82.85 16 121.15 +45.0sChathLTr CLDT 1.32 5.7 22 23.83 18.66 354 23.29 +13.3 CheetahM CMCM ... ... ... 13.79 7.54 747 10.81 +13.1sChegg CHGG ... ... ...dd 16.50 6.84 1986 16.39 +122.1 Chemed CHE 1.12 .5 30 251.00 157.56 152 240.24 +49.8 Chemours n CC .68f 1.4 22 58.08 20.76 2068 49.75 +125.2 CheniereEn LNG ... ... ...dd 51.51 40.36 1623 49.28 +18.9 ChenEnLP CQP 1.76f 6.3 ...dd 33.47 26.41 179 28.03 -2.7 ChenEnHld CQH 1.80f 6.7 ...cc 27.86 21.67 60 27.01 +20.7 CherHMtg CHMI 1.96 10.8 5 19.43 16.40 161 18.10 -.5 ChrHMt pfA CHMIpA 2.05 8.0 ... 25.79 25.25 3 25.74 +.9 ChesEng CHK ... ... 6 7.65 3.41 19155 3.61 -48.6 ChesEn pfD CHKpD 4.50 9.0 ... 68.00 46.01 10 50.16 +8.2 ChesGranW CHKR .35e 17.6 1 3.85 1.80 227 2.00 -14.9 ChespkLdg CHSP 1.60 5.7 29 29.36 22.55 258 27.96 +8.1 ChespkUtil CPK 1.30 1.7 29 86.35 63.00 44 77.80 +16.2 Chevron CVX 4.32 3.6 79 122.30 102.55 4185 119.84 +1.8 ChicB&I CBI .28 1.7 ...dd 36.15 9.55 18870 16.01 -49.6 ChiRivet CVR .80 2.4 19 49.34 26.50 4 32.84 -21.1 Chicos CHS .33 3.8 12 15.50 6.96 2154 8.73 -39.3 Chimera rs CIM 2.00 10.7 8 20.90 16.70 1273 18.63 +9.5 Chimer pfA CIMpA 2.00 7.9 ... 26.74 24.80 48 25.30 +1.1 Chimer pfB CIMpB 2.00 7.8 ... 26.47 24.41 45 25.68 +3.0 ChiCBlood CO ... ... 39 14.95 5.06 180 10.07 +64.5 ChinaDEd DL .45e ... 11 11.82 6.61 39 9.33 -16.5sChinaEAir CEA ... ... ... 32.29 21.92 43 32.93 +47.3 ChinaFd CHN .54e 2.6 ...q 22.34 14.54 59 20.98 +39.4 ChinaGreen CGA .10e 8.1 2 1.52 1.19 138 1.23 +2.5 ChinaLife s LFC .14e .9 ... 17.85 12.80 622 15.64 +21.5 ChinaMble CHL 3.50e 7.1 ... 58.83 48.70 578 49.25 -6.1 ChiNBorun BORN ... ... 2 1.74 .97 57 1.29 -3.7 ChOnlEd n COE ... ... ... 22.36 10.62 10 11.62 -25.3 ChinaPet SNP 3.73e 5.2 ... 84.88 69.60 99 71.24 +.3 ChinaPhH CPHI ... ... ...dd .33 .14 230 .18 -30.8 ChinRap n XRF ... ... ... 12.86 4.60 280 5.86 -22.4 ChinaSoAir ZNH .64e 1.3 ... 50.64 25.60 17 48.98 +90.5 ChinaTel CHA 1.21e 2.5 ... 53.78 45.90 73 47.60 +3.2 ChinaUni CHU ... ... ... 16.55 11.28 437 13.47 +16.6 ChiXFash XNY ... ... ...dd 2.12 1.10 616 1.76 +34.0 ChinaYuch CYD .90e 3.7 9 26.73 13.17 36 24.58 +78.0 ChinZenix ZX ... ... ...dd 2.31 1.02 54 1.30 +8.4 Chipotle CMG ... ... ...cc 499.00 263.00 771 313.17 -17.0 ChoiceHtls CHH .86 1.1 31 79.80 53.40 269 77.65 +38.5 ChrisBnk CBK ... ... ...dd 2.42 1.04 162 1.20 -48.7 ChubbLtd CB 2.82e 1.9 20 156.00 127.15 1395 147.62 +11.7 ChungTel CHT 1.29e 3.7 ... 36.37 31.28 95 34.93 +10.7 ChurchDwt s CHD .76 1.5 ... 54.18 43.21 1480 49.22 +11.4 CienaCorp CIEN ... ... 22 27.98 19.40 2988 21.07 -13.7 Cigna CI .04 ... 20 212.46 133.11 907 207.26 +55.4 Cimarex XEC .32 .3 30 144.30 89.49 725 113.05 -16.8 CincB pfB CBBpB 3.38 6.6 ... 52.37 48.50 3 50.87 +4.0 CinciBell rs CBB ... ... 91 24.45 16.05 277 21.00 -6.0 Cinemark CNK 1.16 3.2 17 44.84 32.03 1127 35.89 -6.4 CinerRes CINR 2.27 9.2 12 32.50 22.61 36 24.66 -15.0 Circor CIR .15 .3 27 72.96 42.25 68 48.54 -25.2 Cision CISN ... ... ... 13.68 9.90 111 11.90 +19.6 CapAcIII wt CISNW ... ... ... 2.01 .70 1.88 +116.1 CitGBP Dl n UGBP ... ... ... CitCHF Dl n UCHF ... ... ... Citi GBP n DGBP ... ... ... CitEUR Dl n UEUR ... ... ... Citi EUR n DEUR ... ... ... Citi AUD n DAUD ... ... ... CitAUD Dl n UAUD ... ... ... Citi JPY n DJPY ... ... ... CitJPY Dl n UJPY ... ... ... Citi CHF n DCHF ... ... ... CitiStratDv DIVC ... ... ...q 35.03 29.81 35.00 +16.4 Citigp pfN CpN 1.97 7.2 ... 27.81 25.73 81 27.45 +6.3 CgpVelLCrd UWT ... ... ... 29.68 10.01 1860 21.57 -22.0 CgpVelICrd DWT ... ... ... 44.68 15.18 1154 16.10 -26.7 Citigroup C 1.28 1.7 14 77.92 55.23 16737 74.70 +25.7 Citigp wtA C/WS/A ... ... ... .20 .06 110 .10 -34.2 Citigrp pfC CpC 1.45 5.7 ... 26.16 24.64 34 25.55 +3.0 Citigp pfJ CpJ 1.78 6.2 ... 30.45 27.66 79 28.91 +3.3 Citigp pfK CpK 1.72 6.0 ... 31.60 27.07 76 28.61 +4.6 Citigrp pfP CpP 2.03 7.8 ... 28.71 25.65 19 25.99 -5.6 Citigrp pfS CpS 1.58 5.8 ... 27.40 25.07 46 27.17 +7.4 Citigrp pfL CpL 1.72 6.4 ... 28.27 26.12 17 26.72 +2.1sCitizFincl CFG .52 1.2 19 42.72 31.51 4972 42.08 +18.1 CitizInc CIA ... ... ...cc 10.86 5.86 30 7.46 -24.0 CityOffce g CIO .94 ... 22 13.93 11.43 2322 12.82 -2.7 CityOff pfA CIOpA 1.66 6.6 ... 26.47 22.61 57 25.05 +9.9 Civeo CVEO ... ... ...dd 3.73 1.57 769 2.23 +1.4 CivitasSolu CIVI ... ... 33 20.98 15.40 76 17.70 -11.1 ClaudeR g CGR ... ... ... .18 ClayGSCn GCE 1.43e 8.7 ...q 17.55 15.23 16.42 +4.7 CleanHarb CLH ... ... ...cc 61.62 49.63 195 52.63 -5.4 ClearChan CCO ... ... ...dd 6.35 3.35 509 4.05 -19.8 ClrBrEnTR CTR 1.35e 11.9 ...q 14.15 10.38 242 11.35 -11.2 ClrLgCap n LRGE ... ... ... 29.63 26.78 0 29.56 +10.4 ClrbrgMLP CBA .80m 9.9 ...q 10.54 6.94 471 8.07 -12.1 ClearEnFd CEM 1.76f 12.5 ...q 17.96 12.10 574 14.13 -9.2 ClrbEOpFd EMO 1.47e 13.4 ...q 14.29 9.92 214 10.95 -16.5 ClearwPpr CLW ... ... 17 68.40 42.20 69 45.35 -30.8 ClevCliffs CLF ... ... 6 12.37 5.56 7435 6.71 -20.2 ClipRlty n CLPR .38 ... ... 14.24 9.43 139 9.98 -26.1sClorox CLX 3.36 2.3 27 149.21 118.41 620 148.05 +23.4 CloudPeak CLD ... ... ...dd 6.30 2.78 916 4.30 -23.4 Cloudera n CLDR ... ... ... 23.35 14.50 2497 17.05 -6.3 CloughGA GLV 1.44 10.8 ...q 14.39 11.82 52 13.37 +11.0 CloughGEq GLQ 1.38 10.4 ...q 14.05 10.95 115 13.21 +18.7 ClghGlbOp GLO 1.20 11.1 ...q 11.67 8.86 363 10.79 +20.6 CCFemsa KOF 1.75e 2.5 ... 91.85 59.44 76 69.72 +9.7 CocaCola KO 1.48 3.2 28 47.48 40.22 7524 46.13 +11.3 CocaCEur n CCE .89e ... ... 44.75 31.09 1057 39.37 +25.4 Coeur CDE ... ... 38 12.30 6.71 1860 7.51 -17.4 TigerM wt IDI/WS ... ... ... .07 Cohen n COHN ... ... ... 11.50 7.50 7 7.65 -32.1 CohSClosed FOF 1.04 7.9 ...q 13.48 11.61 50 13.15 +12.4 CohStGlbI INB 1.12 11.5 ...q 9.98 8.48 60 9.76 +14.4 Cohen&Str CNS 1.12 2.4 24 47.82 33.19 83 46.58 +38.6 CohStInfra UTF 1.60 7.0 ...q 23.93 19.29 235 22.86 +18.1 C&SLtDP&I LDP 1.87 7.2 ...q 27.25 24.00 61 26.06 +6.2 C&SIncEgy MIE 1.32 13.2 ...q 11.96 8.87 226 10.02 -8.0 CohStQIR RQI .96 7.7 ...q 13.27 11.68 534 12.50 +2.4 CohStRE RNP 1.48 7.1 ...q 21.98 18.72 111 20.72 +8.4 CohStSelPf PSF 2.06a 7.3 ...q 29.16 25.58 14 28.24 +8.0 CohenStTR RFI .96a 7.7 ...q 13.03 11.79 77 12.53 +3.6 Colfax CFX ... ... 23 43.29 33.31 1038 38.54 +7.3 ColgPalm CL 1.60 2.1 26 77.27 63.43 4094 74.85 +14.4tColNrthS n CLNS ... ... ... 14.97 11.97 3121 11.83 -18.1 ColNrth pfB CLNSpB 2.06 8.1 ... 25.76 24.95 4 25.39 +.1 ColNrth pfD CLNSpD 2.13 8.3 ... 26.59 25.18 4 25.61 -.8 ColNrth pfE CLNSpE 2.19 8.2 ... 27.52 25.02 3 26.60 +2.0 ColNrth pfG CLNSpG 1.88 7.4 ... 27.25 24.15 3 25.57 +.3 ColNrth pfJ CLNSpJ ... ... ... ColNrth pfI CLNSpI 1.79 7.0 ... 25.94 24.83 28 25.50 +1.0 ColNrth pfH CLNSpH 1.78 7.0 ... 26.00 23.75 10 25.37 +4.2 Col BdSt n GMTB ... ... ... Col Sust n ESGW ... ... ... 31.70 26.85 31.54 +17.5 Col SusInt n ESGN ... ... ... 31.21 25.51 1 30.88 +20.4 Col SusUS n ESGS ... ... ... 32.28 27.55 32.28 +17.2 ColumTr ef n DIAL ... ... ... 20.09 19.78 13 19.94 -.7 Col Bey BBRC .27e 1.4 ...q 18.57 14.54 6 18.07 +21.7 ColEmxChi XCEM ... ... ...q 29.62 22.30 2 26.30 +16.4 ColQualDv HILO .99e 6.4 ...q 15.57 12.38 2 15.44 +22.2 Col EMCns ECON .30e 1.1 ...q 28.94 21.66 158 27.41 +23.7sCol IndiaC INCO .03p ... ...q 48.89 31.67 32 49.33 +52.3 Col IndiaInf INXX .04e .3 ...q 15.80 10.29 69 15.43 +46.1 Col IndSC SCIN .08e .4 ...q 22.32 13.50 5 22.21 +57.7 ColumbPT CXP .80 3.5 27 23.48 20.37 1544 22.96 +6.3 ColSelTec STK .58a 2.6 ...q 24.58 18.28 45 22.60 +20.6 Comcst29 CCZ 1.58e 3.1 ... 60.01 44.50 50.35 +11.1sComerica CMA 1.20f 1.4 19 86.84 64.04 1755 86.54 +27.1sComeric wt CMA/WS ... ... ... 58.00 34.89 29 58.10 +49.9 ComfrtS FIX .30 .7 27 44.68 31.90 130 43.75 +31.4 ComndSec MOC ... ... ...dd 3.43 2.41 1 2.98 +8.4 CmclMtls CMC .48 2.3 34 23.28 17.05 2411 20.43 -6.2 CmtyBkSy CBU 1.36 2.5 21 63.04 48.89 172 54.49 -11.8 CmtyHlt CYH ... ... ...dd 10.51 3.85 2714 4.04 -27.7sCmtyHcT n CHCT 1.58f 5.5 ...cc 29.16 21.33 1195 28.78 +25.0 CBD-Pao CBD .08e .4 ... 25.90 15.97 168 21.67 +30.9 CompDivHd CODI 1.44 8.6 ...dd 18.40 15.90 236 16.70 -6.7 ComDivH pf CODIpA 1.81 7.4 ... 25.75 24.30 39 24.57 -1.4 CompssMn CMP 2.88 4.1 25 84.40 59.72 274 69.60 -11.2 Compx CIX .20 1.5 14 16.70 12.50 0 13.55 -15.8tComstkM rs LODE ... ... ... 1.54 .31 817 .31 ComstkRs rs CRK ... ... ...dd 13.43 4.01 336 7.48 -24.1 ConAgra CAG .85 2.2 21 41.68 32.16 4287 37.98 -4.0 ConchoRes CXO ... ... ...cc 147.77 106.73 909 140.31 +5.8 ConcdMed CCM .99e ... 34 4.96 3.22 42 3.39 -26.2 CondHos rs CDOR .78e 7.8 ...dd 15.47 8.13 6 10.04 -24.3 Conduent n CNDT ... ... ... 18.15 13.10 1927 15.68 +5.2 ConeMidst CNNX 1.21f 7.0 10 25.56 15.25 115 17.24 -26.8 ConocoPhil COP 1.06 2.0 42 54.22 42.27 4509 52.68 +5.1 ConEd ED 2.76 3.2 22 89.70 72.13 1353 85.56 +16.1 CnsTom CTO .10f .2 16 64.31 49.73 14 62.79 +17.5 ConstellA STZ 2.08 .9 25 227.20 144.00 1278 223.23 +45.6 ConstellB STZ/B 1.12 .5 46 223.53 147.95 0 223.06 +45.6 Constellm CSTM ... ... ... 12.45 5.35 2018 10.35 +75.4 CnE pfB CMSpB 4.50 4.3 ... 105.26 100.10 0 104.30 +1.4 ContainStr TCS ... ... 17 6.74 3.53 88 5.35 -15.7 Contango MCF ... ... ...dd 10.15 2.22 1064 3.87 -58.6 ContlBldg CBPX ... ... 25 28.50 21.00 163 27.70 +19.9 ContMatls CUO ... ... 22 30.90 16.80 2 18.90 -21.1 ContlRescs CLR ... ... ...cc 53.57 29.08 1724 48.35 -6.2 Cnvrgys CVG .40 1.7 13 26.66 20.15 984 24.05 -2.1 CooperCo COO .06 ... 25 256.39 174.05 530 223.88 +28.0 CooperTire CTB .42 1.2 8 44.50 31.55 555 35.65 -8.2 CooperStd CPS ... ... 12 128.52 95.33 171 120.57 +16.6 CopaHold CPA 3.00f 2.2 18 138.69 90.51 298 137.40 +51.3 Copel ELP .26e 3.8 ... 11.43 6.70 755 6.80 -19.8 CoreLabs CLB 2.20 2.2 55 125.83 86.55 335 100.12 -16.6 CoreMold CMT .05 ... 14 24.50 14.42 22 22.98 +34.3 Corecivic CXW 1.68 7.6 9 35.33 21.41 692 22.20 -9.2 CoreLogic CLGX ... ... 24 49.30 34.59 319 46.13 +25.3 CorEn pfA CORRpA 1.84 7.2 ... 26.93 24.16 9 25.42 +3.3 CorEnInf rs CORR 3.00 8.0 15q 38.47 31.45 82 37.27 +6.9 CoreSite COR 3.92f 3.5 42 120.85 76.96 439 113.20 +42.6 Corindus n CVRS ... ... ...dd 2.25 .40 356 1.08 +54.7 CorMedix CRMD ... ... ...dd 2.48 .32 917 .57 -62.7 CrnstTotR CRF 3.35 22.4 ...q 16.98 13.62 123 14.98 -.6 CrnrstnStr CLM 3.40 22.4 ...q 17.21 13.90 232 15.20 +.2 Corning GLW .62 1.9 20 32.82 24.12 3561 32.26 +32.9 CpBT JCP JBN 1.75 14.5 ... 18.08 9.92 20 12.10 -32.0 CorpCapT n CCT ... ... ... 19.00 16.90 263 17.20 -.6 CorpOffP OFC 1.10 3.6 16 36.03 29.52 1371 30.30 -2.9 Cort1Aon27 KTN 2.05 6.0 ... 35.11 31.88 4 34.02 +6.1 CortsJCP97 KTP 1.91 13.6 ... 21.29 11.06 32 14.06 -32.5 CortsJCP JBR 1.75 14.7 ... 18.25 9.82 8 11.93 -33.0 CortsPE KTH 2.00 6.2 ... 34.27 29.91 0 32.40 +2.3 Cosan Ltd CZZ .26e 2.8 ... 9.70 5.63 1154 9.41 +25.3 Costamre CMRE .40 6.8 ... 8.18 5.07 639 5.88 +5.0 Costam pfB CMREpB 1.91 7.7 ... 25.54 19.75 24.82 +22.3 Costmr pfC CMREpC 2.13 8.3 ... 26.24 20.71 6 25.60 +18.2 Costam pfD CMREpD 2.19 8.4 ... 26.89 21.25 8 25.95 +16.9 Cotiviti n COTV ... ... ... 45.97 30.84 643 33.38 -3.0 Cott Cp COT .24 1.4 ... 17.78 10.34 1029 16.97 +49.8 Coty COTY .50 2.6 ... 20.88 14.24 4273 19.38 +5.8 Cntwd pfB CFCpB 1.75 6.8 ... 26.30 25.35 38 25.89 +1.7 CousPrp CUZ .24 2.6 14 9.63 7.81 2281 9.31 +9.4 CovantaH CVA 1.00 6.2 ...dd 16.85 13.00 1546 16.15 +3.5 CovrAll n COVR ... ... ... sCrane CR 1.32 1.5 20 89.43 67.62 355 88.43 +22.6 CrwfdA CRD/A .28 3.3 61 10.02 6.78 39 8.52 -10.0 CrwfdB CRD/B .20 2.0 71 13.41 8.22 19 9.89 -21.3 Credicp BAP 8.57e 4.2 ... 215.69 150.71 444 204.63 +29.6 CS EnEur50 FIEU ... ... ...q 136.39 88.46 1 135.12 +48.5 CSVInvN rs DGAZ ... ... ...q 42.74 13.50 2214 37.10 CS FILgCG FLGE ... ... ...q 232.39 138.14 7 229.48 +65.3 CS LgSh n CSLS ... ... ... 27.99 26.49 27.99 CrSuisInco CIK .26 8.0 ...q 3.50 3.14 81 3.28 +3.8 CS InvBr n DBRT ... ... ... 85.47 57.53 60.45 -29.3 CS LgBrnt n UBRT ... ... ... 156.42 115.89 149.04 +22.1 CS MthlMtg REML ... ... ... 33.50 25.81 13 29.60 +10.4 CS MthlyP AMJL .99e ... ... CSVLgNG rs UGAZ ... ... ...q 52.49 5.13 26715 5.77 -87.5 CS CrdeOil OIIL ... ... ... 34.56 25.46 1 34.00 -.6 CS MAsHi MLTI 1.30e ... ... 29.66 27.51 28.41 +2.2 CS SP mlp MLPO 1.12e 7.8 ... 17.25 14.06 14.27 -11.2 CredSuiss CS 1.22e 6.9 ... 17.88 13.28 1724 17.78 +24.2 CrSuiHiY DHY .29 10.3 ...q 2.91 2.51 220 2.79 +4.5 CrescPtE g CPG .28 4.2 11 14.08 6.42 964 6.62 -51.3 CrestEq rs CEQP 2.40 9.4 ...dd 28.30 20.00 223 25.40 -.6 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next pageMONEY & MARKET$Page 2 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Wednesday, December 20, 2017

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InergyM wi NRGM/WI ... ... ... 22.72 CrossAmer CAPL 2.51f 10.8 ...dd 29.80 22.57 87 23.23 -7.8tCrosTim CRT .93e 6.6 14 19.00 14.10 39 14.13 -21.4 CrwnCstle CCI 4.20f 3.9 56 114.97 83.96 1103 108.55 +25.1 CrwnCst pfA CCIpA 1.72 .2 ... 1160.00 1052.01 1 1113.75 +4.3sCrownHold CCK ... ... 14 61.61 51.76 7002 56.53 +7.5 Cryolife CRY .12 .6 48 24.00 14.03 129 19.95 +4.2 CrystalRk CRVP ... ... ...dd 1.05 .69 36 .80 -1.8sCubeSmart CUBE 1.20f 4.1 23 29.78 22.83 2203 28.92 +8.0 Cubic CUB .27 .5 ...dd 64.95 39.58 132 59.70 +24.5 CullenFr CFR 2.28 2.4 20 103.37 81.09 376 96.01 +8.8 CullnF pfA CFRpA 1.34 5.3 ... 26.32 24.58 14 25.24 +2.4 Culp Inc CULP .36f 1.1 16 37.80 26.15 17 32.50 -12.5 Cummins CMI 4.32f 2.5 23 181.79 134.06 1044 174.00 +27.3 CurEuro FXE ... ... ...q 116.39 100.46 253 114.11 +11.6 CurAstla FXA .50 .7 ...q 81.00 71.70 99 76.66 +6.2 CurBrit FXB ... ... ...q 132.65 117.48 14 130.11 +8.2 CurrCda FXC .03e ... ...q 81.49 71.70 42 76.63 +4.2 CurrChina FXCH ... ... ... 75.79 70.11 74.58 +4.6 CurJpn FXY ... ... ...q 89.29 81.33 66 85.05 +3.1 CurSwed FXS ... ... ...q 121.07 104.43 6 113.36 +6.6 CurSwiss FXF ... ... ...q 100.46 92.37 6 95.75 +2.2 CurShSinga FXSG ... ... ...q 74.03 67.52 73.14 +7.6 CurtisWrt CW .60 .5 30 125.00 82.77 198 122.73 +24.8 Cush Jn37 n PPLN ... ... ... 24.42 18.58 0 20.00 -.8 CushTRet rs SRV 1.08 9.4 ...q 15.08 10.00 60 11.48 -15.5 CushngRen SZC 1.64 8.4 ...q 19.96 16.53 23 19.64 +13.0 CushRoy rs SRF .48 5.3 ...q 10.08 7.81 6 8.99 -8.1 CustomBcp CUBI ... ... 12 36.93 24.75 138 26.81 -25.2 CustBcp 18 CUBS 1.59 6.2 ... 26.99 25.50 5 25.55 -2.7 CustBc p C CUBIpC .57p ... ... 27.35 25.75 8 26.65 +2.3 CustBc pfD CUBIpD ... ... ... 29.11 25.50 26.65 +3.9 CustBc pfE CUBIpE ... ... ... 27.21 25.47 6 26.62 +4.0 CustoBc pf F CUBIpF ... ... ... 27.71 24.54 5 25.97 +3.9 CynergT n CTEK ... ... ... 4.25 2.70 17 3.88 +10.5 CypressEn CELP .84 14.0 50 14.27 5.55 28 6.00 -43.1D -DCP Mid DCP 3.12 8.6 51 42.45 29.70 285 36.21 -5.7 DCT IndlTr DCT 1.44f 2.5 28 61.53 43.95 1067 57.84 +20.8 DDR Corp DDR .76 8.7 10 15.57 7.26 8055 8.75 -42.7 DDR pfJ DDRpJ 1.63 6.4 ... 25.79 24.35 11 25.35 +2.5sDDR pfK DDRpK 1.56 6.1 ... 25.65 23.66 10 25.77 +8.1 DDR Cp pfA DDRpA ... ... ... 27.09 25.35 31 26.72 +2.6 DGSE DGSE ... ... ...dd 1.74 .75 10 .95 -23.2 DHI Grp DHX ... ... 10 6.50 1.60 875 2.15 -65.6tDHT Hldgs DHT .20e 5.6 11 5.20 3.55 510 3.57 -13.8 DNP Selct DNP .78 7.1 ...q 11.57 10.21 465 11.01 +7.6sDR Horton DHI .50f 1.0 19 51.62 27.21 3047 50.80 +85.9 Drdgold DRD .03e 1.0 ... 6.67 2.84 68 3.00 -43.3 DST Sys s DST .72 1.2 19 62.98 50.22 242 61.62 DSW Inc DSW .80 3.8 16 23.38 15.14 1471 21.33 -5.8 DTE DTE 3.30 3.0 21 116.74 96.56 896 109.01 +10.7 DTEEn 62 DTQ 1.31 5.2 ... 25.61 23.00 17 25.12 +4.9 DTE En76 n DTJ 1.34 5.2 ... 26.04 22.18 20 25.58 +13.5 DTE En27 n DTW 1.31 5.2 ... 25.40 25.05 142 25.35 +.9 DTE F76 n DTY 1.50 5.5 ... 27.90 24.83 20 27.42 +6.7 DTE En un DTV ... ... ... 58.42 51.02 68 54.12 +2.1 DTF TxF DTF .84 6.0 ...q 15.98 14.01 27 14.03 -2.8 DXC Tch n DXC .72 .8 ... 99.44 67.76 1389 94.93 +39.7 DanaInc DAN .24 .7 17 33.45 17.53 734 32.39 +70.7 Danaher DHR .56 .6 23 94.84 77.66 1835 94.38 +21.2 Danaos DAC ... ... 1 3.20 1.25 78 1.40 -47.2 DaqoNEn DQ ... ... 9 58.49 18.01 216 48.50 +151.3sDarden DRI 2.52 2.6 23 95.22 71.02 4696 96.69 +33.0 DarlingIng DAR ... ... 43 18.65 11.51 1322 16.94 +31.2sDaVita Inc DVA ... ... 18 71.66 52.51 1932 71.80 +11.8 Daxor DXR .04f .8 ... 9.20 4.04 1 4.75 -42.4 DeanFoods DF .36 3.1 13 22.31 9.04 1128 11.57 -46.9sDeckrsOut DECK ... ... ...cc 78.77 44.00 838 79.28 +43.1sDeere DE 2.40 1.6 23 154.67 102.78 1639 154.48 +49.9 DE EnhGlb DEX .90 7.5 ...q 12.18 9.99 45 12.06 +19.3 DelaCO VCF .72 4.7 ...q 16.50 14.50 1 15.29 +2.6sDelaDvInc DDF .62 5.7 ...q 10.94 9.90 14 10.93 +9.6 DelaNatl VFL .72 5.5 ...q 13.94 12.58 24 13.05 -.8tDelaMN2 VMM .63 4.7 ...q 15.15 13.40 45 13.42 -1.0 DelekLogis DKL 2.86f 9.3 15 36.05 26.80 70 30.65 +7.4 Delek DK .60 1.9 ...dd 33.74 20.65 1072 32.09 +33.3 DellTch n DVMT ... ... ...dd 84.77 54.14 2181 83.34 +51.6 DelphiTc n DLPH ... ... ... 57.25 47.10 2342 53.92 -4.6 DeltaAir DAL 1.22 2.2 12 56.77 43.81 6329 55.75 +13.3 DeltaAprl DLA ... ... 16 23.47 15.55 23 21.65 +4.4sDltsh SPX n DMRL ... ... ... 53.82 49.16 0 54.63 +10.0 Dlt SP400 n DMRM ... ... ... 53.51 48.78 53.51 +8.8 Dlt SP600 n DMRS ... ... ... 54.72 47.73 54.72 +12.2 DltshInt n DMRI ... ... ... 52.96 49.79 52.95 +4.7 DeltTim DEL .40 .4 ...cc 96.65 65.65 110 90.47 +17.4 Deluxe DLX 1.20 1.6 15 77.19 66.43 342 75.78 +5.8 DenburyR DNR ... ... ...dd 3.95 .92 5565 1.67 -54.6 DenisnM g DNN ... ... ...dd .84 .38 455 .59 +14.2 Despg.cm n DESP ... ... ... 34.70 22.73 84 26.30 DeutGlHI n LBF ... ... ... DeutschBk DB .83e ... ... 20.94 15.59 3650 19.85 +9.7 DBDogs22 DOD ... ... ... 29.00 18.26 11 23.21 +25.4sDBWMTR WMW ... ... ... 30.37 24.55 0 30.38 +23.1 DB Cap pf DTK 1.90 7.4 ... 26.54 24.96 129 25.75 +3.2 DeutBCT2 pf DXB 1.64 6.4 ... 26.51 23.40 36 25.55 +6.6 DeutBCT5 pf DKT 2.01 7.5 ... 27.24 25.13 75 26.78 +6.0 DBCmdyS DDP ... ... ...q 57.02 41.93 0 48.39 -10.9 DBCmdDL DYY ... ... ...q 4.77 2.08 2.35 -39.4 DBCmdDS DEE ... ... ...q 77.00 77.00 77.00 +4.7 DB AgriLg AGF ... ... ...q 13.46 9.43 0 10.00 -14.5 DB AgriSh ADZ ... ... ...q 34.80 31.24 34.80 +11.4 DB AgriDL DAG ... ... ...q 4.18 2.60 5 2.72 -21.8 DB AgDS AGA ... ... ...q 31.50 22.00 31.50 +26.0 DBGoldSh DGZ ... ... ...q 15.54 13.11 0 14.04 -8.6 DBGoldDL DGP ... ... ...q 29.42 19.60 9 23.49 +16.7 DBGoldDS DZZ ... ... ...q 7.02 4.98 44 5.71 -16.7 DBGlbHY23 FIEG ... ... ...q 177.66 130.09 166.00 +27.6 Deut HiOp DHG .72 4.8 ...q 15.19 14.33 24 14.91 +3.5 Deut Multi KMM .51 5.8 ...q 8.99 8.44 32 8.86 +4.0 Deut Muni KTF .84 7.1 ...q 13.73 11.72 263 11.88 -9.5 Deut StInc KST .66a 5.3 ...q 12.54 11.79 1 12.38 +4.1tDeut StMu KSM .84 7.2 ...q 13.11 11.78 34 11.73 -3.4 DBXEmMkt DBEM .21e .9 ...q 24.75 18.89 38 23.49 +22.0 DBXEafeEq DBEF .60e 1.9 ...q 32.34 28.01 704 31.81 +13.4 DBXBrazEq DBBR .16e 1.4 ...q 12.40 9.34 1 11.38 +10.7 DBXGerEq DBGR .35e 1.2 ...q 29.45 25.16 5 28.87 +14.6 Deu HYBd n HYLB ... ... ... 51.56 49.88 312 50.38 Dbx Tr etf DESC ... ... ... 35.23 30.06 2 34.04 +7.0 DeutBarI n IFIX ... ... ... 50.76 50.02 50.32 +1.2 DeuBrcIn n IGVT ... ... ... 50.12 48.42 49.22 -.3 DbXR1KECo DEUS ... ... ...q 32.51 27.05 4 32.11 +18.7 DeutEmCo DEMG ... ... ... 29.49 24.24 2 27.99 +13.4 DBXJapnEq DBJP .92e 2.1 ...q 44.34 36.00 124 43.85 +17.8 DbXDvxEU DEEF ... ... ...q 30.00 23.75 6 29.61 +24.0 Deut 300Ch ASHX .74p ... ...q 24.00 18.69 1 22.50 +19.5 DbxItalyHE DBIT .22p ... ...q 23.38 19.66 23.31 +27.7 DeutSthE n DBSE ... ... ... DbxEafeSC DBES .26p ... ...q 30.41 25.68 29.69 +22.7 DbxAllWHiD HDAW .27e ... ...q 26.86 24.59 1 26.29 +6.7 DbxEuroHiD HDEZ .28p ... ...q 27.68 23.76 26.56 +7.1 DbxEmMHiD HDEE .79e 1.1 ...q 24.65 21.56 23.59 +9.4 DbxEafeHiD HDEF .43e 1.1 ...q 25.41 23.17 1 24.75 +6.4 DbxNikk400 JPN ... ... ...q 29.85 23.97 18 29.22 +21.0 DBX MSCI DBEZ 1.28e 4.2 ... 31.50 26.71 5 30.78 +14.8 DeuMunInf RVNU .73 2.7 ...q 27.23 25.28 4 27.01 +4.9 DBX EMBd EMIH .87e ... ...q 25.55 24.34 25.21 +1.5 DBX IGBd IGIH .60e ... ...q 24.76 23.81 4 24.39 +.8 DBXHYCpB HYIH 1.02e ... ...q 23.98 22.82 7 23.14 -1.3 DBXChiSC ASHS 3.46e .5 ...q 37.50 30.24 9 34.29 +6.2 DBXHrvChi CN 4.34e ... ...q 39.18 25.90 5 37.06 +41.5 DBXMexHd DBMX 4.12e 14.3 ...q 21.63 19.40 0 19.49 +.2 DBXSKorH DBKO .03p ... ...q 32.34 24.42 1 31.02 +26.5 DBXAWxUS DBAW 1.33e 3.1 ...q 28.30 23.91 14 27.73 +15.6 DBXAsiaPH DBAP .53e 1.9 ...q 29.50 22.72 1 28.31 +23.8 DBXEurHgd DBEU .45e 1.6 ...q 29.13 25.25 272 28.55 +12.5 DBXUKHdg DBUK .27e 1.2 ...q 22.20 20.20 21.64 +6.7 DBXHvChiA ASHR 8.43e 1.1 ...q 32.50 23.44 979 30.51 +30.1 DevonE DVN .24 .6 55 49.45 28.80 5202 38.70 -15.3sElevWat n WTRX ... ... ... 32.08 25.01 2 31.99 +26.4 Diageo DEO 3.20e 2.3 ... 143.66 102.72 432 142.08 +36.7 DiamOffsh DO .50 2.9 12 19.96 10.06 1067 17.23 -2.7 DiamRk DRH .50 4.4 13 12.08 10.43 1635 11.49 -.3 DianaShip DSX ... ... ...dd 6.20 3.00 525 4.11 +36.1 DianaS pfB DSXpB 2.22 9.2 ... 24.85 16.05 1 24.22 +47.6 DianaSh20 DSXN 2.13 8.4 ... 26.18 20.55 32 25.26 +22.5 DicksSptg DKS .68 2.3 9 56.25 23.88 3008 29.27 -44.9 Diebold DBD .40 2.3 19 31.85 16.00 1536 17.25 -31.4 DigitalPwr DPW ... ... ...dd 5.95 .40 6550 4.89 +646.6 DigitalRlt DLR 3.72 3.3 31 127.23 95.50 1407 111.78 +13.8 DigitlR pfG DLRpG 1.47 5.8 ... 26.04 23.83 20 25.37 +6.0 DigtlR pfH DLRpH 1.84 6.9 ... 28.33 26.38 32 26.57 -2.1 DigitRlt pfC DLRpC 1.09 3.9 ... 28.18 26.87 9 27.71 DigitRlt pfJ DLRpJ ... ... ... 25.30 24.60 70 24.94 +1.0 DigitalR pfI DLRpI 1.59 5.8 ... 28.18 25.00 16 27.54 +9.9 Dillards DDS .40 .7 16 83.44 45.51 270 60.76 -3.1 Dillard38 DDT 1.88 7.3 ... 27.00 25.02 5 25.63 -1.4 DineEquity DIN 3.88 7.8 10 79.43 36.71 221 49.67 -35.5 DiploPhm DPLO ... ... 67 21.99 12.25 461 20.24 +60.6 Dir SilMBl n SHNY ... ... ... 12.28 7.81 6 8.83 -23.0 DirBrCm n COM ... ... ... 25.28 23.23 12 23.90 -3.7 DirChInt n CWEB ... ... ... 58.00 41.71 37 50.52 +18.7 Dirx Euro n EUXL ... ... ... 31.03 26.17 1 27.05 -.3sDirxAero n DFEN ... ... ... 45.00 25.75 41 44.02 +62.4 DrxTrnBl n TPOR ... ... ... 36.51 23.47 8 33.75 +26.1 DxEmMkt n EMBU ... ... ... 26.43 24.85 26.23 +3.9 DirxUtil n UTSL ... ... ... 34.73 25.00 10 28.80 -.2 DirxInds n DUSL ... ... ... 36.60 25.88 5 35.93 +38.8 DirxMex n MEXX ... ... ... 33.36 19.84 2 21.26 -10.3 DrxRBkBr rs WDRW ... ... ...q 56.18 28.22 0 29.45 DxRsaBr rs RUSS ... ... ...q 44.39 21.92 52 24.30 DxSOXBr rs SOXS ... ... ...q 55.35 13.79 381 15.61 DxGBull rs NUGT ... ... ...q 54.80 23.96 3885 27.80 DrGMBll rs JNUG ... ... ...q 52.12 12.04 8318 14.85 DirSPX Br SPDN ... ... ... 35.11 17.25 4 30.54 +64.6 DxGlMBr rs JDST ... ... ...q 204.36 40.90 792 62.05 DirSPBear s SPXS ... ... ...q 45.37 2.16 1748 29.84 Dir7-10TBr TYNS ... ... ...q 29.05 27.74 28.18 -3.0 DrxDlySpxB LLSP .10p ... ...q 36.52 28.76 8 36.03 +25.3 DxChiABear CHAD ... ... ...q 42.87 30.12 3 31.57 -26.1 DrxNGBear rs GASX ... ... ...q 47.19 20.10 6 28.81 +25.4 DxSPOGBr rs DRIP ... ... ...q 28.73 11.89 780 14.74 +13.0 DrxRBkBull DPST ... ... ...q 81.77 43.51 16 75.80 +11.5 DirDGlBr rs DUST ... ... ...q 62.61 19.01 3192 27.49 -43.2 DxSPXBll s SPUU ... ... ...q 50.76 37.01 2 49.92 +34.4 DxEuFnBl EUFL ... ... ... 56.95 32.16 1 48.00 +50.9 DirGlMin n MELT ... ... ... 31.62 23.20 24.48 -16.8 DirSCBll s SMLL .40p ... ...q 51.71 38.74 3 51.19 +29.1 DxHiYldBr HYDD ... ... ... 21.15 10.08 2 18.88 -10.6 DrNsd100 rs QQQE ... ... ...q 43.93 34.35 29 43.64 DrxDlySCB LLSC .10p ... ...q 36.41 30.51 6 36.01 +15.4 DrxiBillion IBLN .21e .6 ...q 32.58 25.11 0 32.36 +28.9 DrX EuEq n EURZ ... ... ... 24.45 24.03 15 24.45 +1.4 DxRusBll s RUSL ... ... ...q 57.36 29.06 108 48.20 DiEurBll3x EURL .05e .1 ...q 37.89 19.20 35 37.25 +86.4 DrxEMBll rs EDC ... ... ...q 127.99 49.99 70 115.40 +118.4 Dir MLPHi ZMLP 1.60m 10.1 ...q 20.15 15.18 67 15.90 -15.7 DxLatBll s LBJ ... ... ...q 39.39 18.75 4 29.14 DirTotBBr SAGG ... ... ...q 32.33 30.87 0 31.23 -2.4 DxBrzBull s BRZU ... ... ...q 55.29 20.38 556 35.58 +14.6 DxBiotBll rs LABU ... ... ...q 92.56 30.44 795 69.21 +121.0 DxIndiBll rs INDL ... ... ...q 99.88 42.36 41 97.67 +117.4 DxNGBll rs GASL ... ... ...q 49.88 14.81 120 21.02 -52.8 DrDevMBr DPK ... ... ...q 24.89 12.34 0 12.44 -49.0 DxSPOGBl s GUSH ... ... ...q 55.41 15.04 476 24.94 DxREBear DRV ... ... ...q 13.75 9.81 109 10.62 -15.9 Dir20yrTBr TYBS ... ... ...q 22.41 19.69 10 20.17 -7.6 DrxFtseEm LLEM .47p ... ...q 23.59 DrxJpBull JPNL ... ... ...q 78.90 42.47 24 76.22 +78.4 DxEnBear ERY ... ... ...q 15.52 8.98 499 10.21 +7.1 DxEMBear EDZ ... ... ...q 26.81 9.06 401 9.89 -60.8 DirPhr Bear PILS 1.50p ... ... 55.43 40.86 43.52 -13.2 DrxPhMd n PILL ... ... ... 29.74 25.23 6 27.45 +1.5 DrxSKBull KORU ... ... ...q 66.96 23.48 16 57.83 +138.5 DxSCBear rs TZA ... ... ...q 20.51 11.73 8742 12.25 -38.3 DxFnBr rs FAZ ... ... ...q 22.14 11.36 1329 11.75 -45.9 DrxHmbBull NAIL ... ... ...q 95.44 25.08 73 87.65 +245.4 Dx30TBear TMV ... ... ...q 25.20 17.07 1586 18.29 -23.7 DxFnBull s FAS ... ... ...q 70.50 40.08 1298 68.25 +66.9 DxBiotBear LABD ... ... ...q 19.45 4.22 3944 5.23 -72.4 DrxTcBr rs TECS ... ... ...q 17.71 6.51 263 6.65 -62.2 DrxACInsi KNOW .48e 1.2 ...q 80.84 38.11 64 41.24 -46.1 DxMCBr rs MIDZ ... ... ...q 22.07 13.26 3 13.62 -38.1 DxChiBear s YANG ... ... ...q 18.00 5.55 207 6.41 -62.1 Drx300Chin CHAU ... ... ...q 32.16 16.94 73 28.76 +69.4 DxHcrBll s CURE ... ... ...q 49.63 27.24 47 48.38 +75.5 DxTcBull s TECL ... ... ...q 119.45 49.57 161 116.75 +133.8 DxRetlBll s RETL ... ... ...q 39.75 21.33 61 36.11 -1.1 DxSOXBll s SOXL .01e ... ...q 171.80 55.34 533 146.16 +156.0 Dir30TrBul s TMF ... ... ...q 23.46 16.87 1227 21.37 +18.1 Dir10TrBear TYO ... ... ...q 16.00 13.12 325 14.22 -7.9 Dx10yTBull TYD .73e ... ...q 47.36 40.34 1 43.78 +5.4 DxMCBull s MIDU ... ... ...q 48.92 32.30 18 46.13 +42.0 DrxREBull s DRN ... ... ...q 24.73 19.25 374 22.59 +5.4 DirxChiBull YINN .07e .2 ...q 37.86 14.12 489 31.58 +110.8 DirxDMBull DZK ... ... ...q 82.93 44.24 11 81.02 +79.8 DrxSCBull s TNA ... ... ...q 74.09 47.22 3703 70.44 DrxSPBull s SPXL ... ... ...q 45.65 26.63 2475 44.52 DirxEnBull ERX ... ... ...q 42.30 21.37 822 31.01 -22.3 Discover DFS 1.40 1.8 13 76.88 57.50 2159 75.95 +5.4 Disney DIS 1.68f 1.5 20 116.10 96.20 9918 111.81 +7.3 Div&Inco DNI 1.63 12.1 ...q 13.84 11.61 91 13.45 +13.5 DrReddy RDY .29e .8 ... 46.95 29.83 283 36.87 -18.6 DocuSec rs DSS ... ... ...dd 3.16 .56 2765 2.05 +207.8 DolbyLab DLB .64f 1.0 28 63.34 44.99 178 62.44 +38.2 DollarGen DG 1.04 1.1 20 96.34 65.97 1783 92.10 +24.3 DomMidst DM 1.21 4.0 22 34.85 25.10 109 30.25 +2.4 DomRescs D 3.08f 3.8 22 85.30 70.87 2361 81.34 +6.2 DomRes un DCUD ... ... ... 54.16 48.10 214 51.81 +2.4 DomRs76 n DRUA ... ... ... 25.94 21.88 83 25.64 +15.5 Dominos DPZ 1.84 1.0 38 221.58 156.26 630 187.06 +17.5sDomtar g UFS 1.66 3.4 18 49.43 35.47 471 49.27 +26.2 Donaldson DCI .72 1.5 28 50.10 41.28 303 48.96 +16.3 DonlleyRR rs RRD .56 6.1 10 18.52 7.15 658 9.13 -44.1 DonnlyFn n DFIN ... ... ... 27.08 18.06 263 19.95 -13.2 DorianLPG LPG ... ... ...dd 12.50 6.20 170 8.18 -.4 DoubIncSol DSL 1.80a 9.0 ...q 21.56 18.70 376 20.11 +5.9 DblLOppCr DBL 2.00a 9.0 ...q 26.09 22.11 88 22.34 -3.3 DougDyn PLOW .96 2.6 30 42.60 28.55 36 37.45 +11.3 DEmmett DEI 1.00f 2.5 26 41.59 35.33 816 40.81 +11.6sDover DOV 1.88 1.9 26 99.56 74.53 1271 99.54 +32.8 DoverDG DDE ... ... ...cc 1.18 .92 11 1.02 -1.0 DoverMot DVD .08f 3.9 16 2.45 1.80 7 2.05 -10.9 DowDuPnt DWDP .84e 1.2 23 73.85 56.52 5013 71.42 +24.8 DrPepSnap DPS 2.32 2.5 21 99.47 83.23 1740 94.23 +3.9tDry Gl24 n DCF ... ... ... 10.05 9.59 77 9.51 -4.7 DryHYSt DHF .35 10.5 ...q 3.60 3.21 384 3.32 -1.2 DrMuBdInf DMB .75 5.8 ...q 13.54 12.10 55 12.97 +6.0 DryfMu DMF .54 6.1 ...q 10.00 8.46 129 8.91 +3.2 DryStrt LEO .52 6.0 ...q 9.18 8.25 194 8.65 +3.0 DrySM DSM .50 5.9 ...q 8.85 7.94 164 8.41 +4.6 Dril-Quip DRQ ... ... 13 67.95 35.85 390 46.70 -22.2 DriveShack DS .48 8.4 15 6.49 2.41 577 5.72 +52.1 DriveS pfB DSpB 2.44 9.3 ... 26.45 24.67 1 26.29 +2.5 DriveS pfC DSpC 2.01 7.9 ... 25.61 23.36 0 25.45 +.9 DriveS pfD DSpD 2.09 8.1 ... 25.84 24.25 25.73 +1.0 DuPnt pfA DDpA 3.50 3.7 ... 94.86 85.00 1 94.00 +7.4 DuPnt pfB DDpB 4.50 4.2 ... 108.73 99.50 1 107.45 +7.3 Ducomun DCO ... ... 20 35.58 24.23 49 27.02 +5.7 Df&PGblUt DPG 1.40 9.0 ...q 17.29 15.26 155 15.55 +.3 DufPUC DUC .60 6.8 ...q 9.46 8.71 207 8.77 -7.1 DukeEngy DUK 3.56 4.2 19 91.78 76.14 2591 85.01 +9.5 DukeEn 73 DUKH 1.28 5.1 ... 26.60 23.78 18 25.26 +5.6 DukeRlty DRE .80f 2.9 21 30.14 23.93 3076 27.27 +2.7 DunBrad DNB 2.01 1.7 17 125.57 100.46 432 118.69 -2.2 Dycom DY ... ... 23 113.30 73.95 446 106.96 +33.2 Dynagas DLNG 1.69 14.3 ... 17.93 10.66 256 11.79 -26.2 Dynags pfA DLNGpA 2.25 8.6 ... 26.98 25.05 5 26.03 +2.9 Dynegy DYN ... ... 16 12.84 5.84 3083 11.47 +35.6 Dynegy 7 DYNC 1.75 2.3 ... 85.58 49.03 80 77.58 +24.8 DynexCap DX .72 10.2 14 7.41 6.58 774 7.06 +3.5 Dynex pfA DXpA 2.13 8.3 ... 25.85 24.90 1 25.67 +2.4 Dynex pfB DXpB 1.91 7.7 ... 25.02 23.20 15 24.97 +4.5E -ETracBDC BDCS 1.84e 8.8 ...q 24.99 20.26 17 20.86 -8.1 ETrMLPSht MLPS ... ... ...q 15.50 10.66 12.41 +6.9 ETrAlerNG MLPG 1.86e 7.7 ...q 28.23 22.53 1 24.07 -7.1 E-TrAlerInf MLPI 1.88e 7.8 ...q 31.00 21.95 1088 24.00 -15.5 ETBbgCmd DJCI ... ... ...q 16.53 14.33 12 15.38 -3.1 ETrAlerian AMU 1.45e 8.5 ...q 21.82 15.71 645 17.10 -13.9 E-TrFood FUD ... ... ...q 21.06 17.55 17.68 -10.6 E-TrcEngy UBN ... ... ...q 7.84 5.67 7.78 +1.4 E-TrcIMet UBM ... ... ...q 17.85 13.55 17.06 +17.8 E-TracAg UAG ... ... ...q 21.45 16.11 17.41 -12.8 ETr2xBDC BDCL 3.52e 21.4 ...q 21.81 15.50 146 16.45 -16.5 E-TrcCmci UCI ... ... ...q 15.19 11.97 20 14.71 +3.6 ETrLPlat PTM ... ... ...q 11.11 9.02 7 9.55 +1.0 E-TrcSilv USV ... ... ...q 23.88 19.91 20.51 -2.3 E-TrcGld UBG ... ... ...q 34.30 28.95 32.25 +11.1 E-TrLvstk UBC ... ... ...q 21.19 15.85 19.79 +17.6 ECA MTrI ECT .31e 15.1 5 2.95 2.00 52 2.05 -4.7 EG Comp AGEM ... ... ...q 22.55 EGBasMat LGEM ... ... ...q 10.05 EG CnsGds GGEM ... ... ...q 23.42 EG CnsSvc VGEM ... ... ...q 22.28 EG Fincl FGEM ... ... ...q 20.32 EG HltCre HGEM ... ... ...q 23.77 EG Tech QGEM ... ... ...q 21.71 EG MetMn EMT ... ... ...q 9.98 EG Energy OGEM ... ... ...q 22.23 EG Utils UGEM ... ... ...q 15.87 EG Telecm TGEM ... ... ...q 19.72 ELF Inc n ELF ... ... ... 31.10 18.52 302 22.95 -20.7sEMCOR EME .32 .4 25 82.67 59.76 215 82.17 +16.1 EMX Roy g EMX ... ... ... 1.24 .67 38 .77 -13.8 ENI E 1.32e 4.0 ...dd 34.62 29.44 288 32.98 +2.3 EOG Rescs EOG .67 .7 ...dd 107.95 81.99 2317 101.43 +.3 EP Energy EPE ... ... 18 6.94 1.54 986 1.93 -70.5 EPAM Sys EPAM ... ... 52 108.70 63.32 197 108.03 +68.0tEPR Prop EPR 3.84 5.9 15 77.70 66.21 637 65.27 -9.1 EPR pfC EPRpC 1.44 5.3 ... 30.48 23.99 63 26.98 -5.2 EPR pfE EPRpE 2.25 6.1 ... 37.59 34.59 5 36.92 +2.9 EPR pfF EPRpF 1.66 6.6 ... 26.15 24.84 25.26 +.5 EPR Pr pfG EPRpG 1.44 5.8 ... 24.80 24.72 96 24.78 -.1 EQT Corp EQT .12 .2 ...cc 67.84 49.63 3958 54.42 -16.8 EQT GP n EQGP .81e 3.1 14 31.77 24.18 319 26.26 +4.2 EQT Mid EQM 3.92f 5.5 14 82.99 64.42 368 71.36 -6.9 ETF SITRis RISE ... ... ...q 24.02 22.59 23.49 -1.2 ETF JrSil SILJ ... ... ...q 16.27 9.79 58 11.05 -8.1sETF Cyber HACK ... ... ...q 32.22 26.39 187 32.11 +21.4 ETF BigD BIGD ... ... ...q 28.47 23.11 27.78 +19.9sETF MobP IPAY ... ... ...q 35.14 25.39 67 34.94 +36.5 ETF LatA LARE ... ... ... 32.69 24.13 10 29.38 +21.4 ETF M Vid GAMR ... ... ... 48.48 30.01 11 47.52 +58.1 ETF Drone IFLY ... ... ... sETF AIPw n AIEQ ... ... ... 26.00 24.03 92 25.93 +3.0 ETF MgT ef WSKY ... ... ... Pure Fintch FINQ ... ... ... 29.73 23.41 28.95 +23.5 BlStIsrTc n ITEQ ... ... ... 32.54 30.80 7 31.88 -.6 ETF Clim ETHO ... ... ...q 34.34 27.63 1 34.10 +23.4 ETFAlpAlt ALFA ... ... ...q 43.04 35.14 1 42.26 +20.1sChngFnDvr CHGX ... ... ... 18.91 18.12 1 18.87 +3.7 ETF EmM n EEMD ... ... ... 25.52 24.66 1 25.39 +1.2sETF spx H n SPDV ... ... ... 26.22 25.39 2 26.06 +1.3sETF AptF n FTVA ... ... ... 27.20 24.74 3 27.22 +8.6sETF GOP n MAGA ... ... ... 27.89 24.92 3 27.83 +11.3 NtDUSEq ef MXDU ... ... ... NtRkBsInt ef RBIN ... ... ... RsBsUSE ef RBUS ... ... ... ETF RvCp n RVRS ... ... ... 16.56 14.93 0 15.85 +5.6 ETF BrVl n BVAL ... ... ... 15.90 14.46 15.90 +7.1 ETFDeepV DVP .53e 1.6 ...q 33.26 26.05 3 33.09 +25.6 GlGoGld n GOAU ... ... ... 14.13 11.39 4 12.36 +6.9sETF OCIO n OCIO ... ... ... 26.64 25.44 1 26.71 +4.7 ETF Seren ICAN ... ... ... 27.46 25.35 2 27.24 +6.9 PremisCap TCTL ... ... ... 30.31 25.65 14 30.18 +17.7 AmCusSat ACSI ... ... ... AptBehMo BEMO ... ... ... 30.88 25.60 0 30.63 +18.4 EtfAlphacln ALFI ... ... ...q 25.18 19.19 24.82 +30.4sEtfUSGblJ JETS ... ... ...q 32.83 26.97 12 32.72 +17.4 ETF Master HIPS 1.29 7.3 ...q 19.89 17.22 3 17.74 -.9 EtfDiaHVal DHVW .11p ... ...q EtfInfcMLP AMZA 2.08 24.4 ...q 11.49 7.61 1092 8.52 -24.8 ETF BioPr n BBP ... ... ... 42.53 37.33 3 39.82 -2.4 ETF ClinT n BBC ... ... ... 30.12 25.88 11 27.39 -1.4 InfrCpPfd PFFR ... ... ... EtfNwfMSec NFLT .08e ... ...q 25.95 25.07 16 25.70 +1.8 EtfReavUt UTES ... ... ...q 34.83 29.30 2 33.20 +12.5 Etf VirtEM EMEM ... ... ... 25.54 24.58 0 25.42 +2.4 Virt GlFc ef VGFO ... ... ... 25.88 25.00 25.88 +2.3 ETF Virt n CUMB ... ... ... 26.08 25.27 1 25.66 ETF PrMtl GLTR ... ... ...q 67.42 56.96 22 62.69 +8.9 ETFS Com BCI ... ... ... 25.79 18.58 25 23.51 -2.6 ETFS Comd BCD ... ... ... 27.00 23.25 0 25.05 +1.1 ETFS EnCm BEF ... ... ... 25.02 22.55 25.02 +9.3 ETFSGold SGOL ... ... ...q 130.83 110.42 25 122.21 +9.4 ETF Pall PALL ... ... ...q 99.00 63.06 13 97.88 +50.1 ETF Plat PPLT ... ... ...q 100.10 83.35 40 87.20 +.9 EagleCGr GRF .50e 2.3 ...q 8.59 6.91 1 7.95 +8.2 EagleGrInc EGIF 1.31 7.8 ...q 17.58 15.85 27 16.71 +3.0 EagleMat EXP .40 .4 26 116.72 86.51 482 108.18 +9.8 EaglePtCr ECC .80 4.5 ... 22.11 16.70 47 17.95 +7.4 EagleP pfA ECCA 1.94 7.5 ... 26.44 25.53 8 25.71 -.1 EaglePt 20 ECCZ 1.75 7.0 ... 26.44 24.70 6 25.10 -2.3 EaglPt pfB ECCB 1.94 7.4 ... 27.75 25.20 3 26.36 +3.6 EagleP27 n ECCY ... ... ... 26.50 25.10 1 25.27 -1.6 Earthstone ESTE ... ... ...dd 15.50 7.85 160 9.77 -28.9 EastGvP n DEA 1.04 4.8 23 22.32 19.08 872 21.56 +7.7 EstANG wd NGT/WD ... ... ... Eastgrp EGP 2.56f 2.9 27 95.03 67.69 182 88.00 +19.2 EastChem EMN 2.24f 2.4 12 94.96 74.78 1084 92.33 +22.8 EastCh wt EMN/WS ... ... ... .55 EKodak wt KODK/WS ... ... ... 4.14 .01 1 .01 -99.7 EKodk wtA KODK/WS/A ... ... ... 3.80 .00 0 .01 -99.6 EKodak KODK ... ... 6 16.50 3.10 601 3.50 -77.4 Eaton ETN 2.40 3.1 18 82.34 66.60 1804 76.86 +14.6 EatVn 22 n EFL ... ... ... 10.09 9.14 234 9.31 -7.4 EatV HiIn21 EHT .60 6.0 ... 10.52 9.85 35 10.03 +1.1 EV CAMu EVM .68 5.9 ...q 12.89 11.14 82 11.69 +2.7 EVCAMu2 EIA .62 5.3 ...q 13.00 11.40 33 11.73 +1.0 EVCAMu CEV .71 5.8 ...q 13.01 11.97 26 12.22 -.7sEatnVan EV 1.24f 2.2 23 57.03 41.40 710 57.08 +36.3sEV EnEq EOI 1.04 7.1 ...q 14.52 12.28 82 14.54 +17.3 EV EEq2 EOS 1.05 6.9 ...q 15.38 12.76 103 15.27 +19.3 EV FltRt EFT .91 6.3 ...q 15.45 14.03 247 14.45 -3.0 EVFltRtIP EFF 1.13 7.0 ...q 17.55 15.93 27 16.19 -5.5 EV LtdDur EVV 1.22 9.0 ...q 14.29 13.38 580 13.49 -1.7 EV MAMu MAB .65 4.9 ...q 16.00 13.11 17 13.20 -1.7 EVMAMu MMV .69 5.3 ...q 14.21 13.03 31 13.04 -.6 EV MIMu MIW .71 5.3 ...q 14.39 12.92 3 13.43 +.4 EVMIMu EMI .71 5.5 ...q 14.52 12.72 1 12.84 EVMuniBd EIM .77 6.1 ...q 12.99 12.05 109 12.47 +.5 EVMuni2 EIV .70 5.7 ...q 12.95 11.87 14 12.17 -1.1 EVMunTT ETX .85 4.2 ...q 21.17 18.69 20 20.32 +3.6 EV MuIT EVN .85 6.9 ...q 13.18 12.22 149 12.29 -2.1 EV NMuOp EOT 1.03 4.5 ...q 23.54 20.45 10 22.71 +9.2 EV NJMu EMJ .75 6.0 ...q 13.52 12.20 5 12.46 -2.7 EVNJMu EVJ .73 6.3 ...q 12.95 11.51 28 11.63 -3.2 EVNYMu2 NYH .69 6.0 ...q 13.64 11.31 9 11.47 -1.5 EV NYMu ENX .72 5.8 ...q 13.34 12.00 104 12.29 -.1 EVNYMu EVY .74 5.9 ...q 13.56 12.49 51 12.56 -3.7 EV OHMu EIO .70 5.4 ...q 14.70 12.38 8 12.90 -3.7 EVOHMu EVO .73 5.5 ...q 14.94 13.10 10 13.24 -2.5 EV PAMu EIP .77 6.2 ...q 13.51 11.65 15 12.52 -.7 EVPAMu EVP .73 5.9 ...q 12.66 11.80 9 12.23 +1.0 EVRiskMgd ETJ 1.12 11.8 ...q 9.69 8.92 318 9.49 +5.9 EV SrFlt EFR .95 6.6 ...q 15.58 14.01 102 14.35 -2.6 EV SrInc EVF .42 6.5 ...q 6.98 6.31 109 6.45 -3.4 EVShDur EVG 1.08 7.6 ...q 14.64 13.56 26 14.19 +2.4 EVTxABdO EXD 1.16 10.6 ...q 11.98 10.83 101 10.91 -3.7sEV TxAd EVT 1.74 7.5 ...q 23.08 20.41 117 23.06 +12.3sEV TxAG ETG 1.23 7.0 ...q 17.65 14.07 113 17.57 +24.9 EV TxAOp ETO 2.16 8.5 ...q 26.19 20.59 47 25.42 +22.2 EV TxDiver ETY 1.01 8.3 ...q 12.29 10.21 389 12.22 +18.1 EVTxMGlo EXG .98 10.3 ...q 9.50 7.92 730 9.46 +18.0 EVTxBWIn ETB 1.30 7.7 ...q 17.30 15.73 40 16.80 +1.7 EVTxGBW ETW 1.17 9.8 ...q 11.99 10.00 234 11.97 +18.9 EVTxBWOp ETV 1.33 8.6 ...q 15.69 14.74 174 15.44 +4.0 EclipseRs ECR ... ... ...dd 3.10 1.60 472 2.30 -13.9 Ecolab ECL 1.64f 1.2 30 137.96 116.92 749 135.09 +15.2sEcopetrol EC .16e 1.2 ... 13.21 8.44 871 13.21 +46.0sEdenor EDN ... ... ... 50.93 25.00 180 52.00 +86.7 Edgewell EPC ... ... 15 82.06 55.94 555 60.64 -16.9 EdisonInt EIX 2.17 3.1 16 83.38 67.29 4218 69.85 -3.0 EducRltTr EDR 1.56 4.4 23 42.80 34.67 1038 35.84 -15.3 EdwLfSci s EW ... ... 36 121.45 86.55 916 114.32 +22.0 eHiCarSvc EHIC ... ... ... 12.50 8.52 43 11.60 +28.0 8x8 Inc EGHT ... ... ...cc 16.80 10.30 845 14.35 +.3 ElPasoEl EE 1.34 2.4 28 61.15 44.70 197 56.45 +21.4 ElPasE pf EPpC 2.38 5.0 ... 51.67 45.41 3 47.62 -2.8 EldorGld g EGO .02e ... 25 3.91 1.10 4488 1.26 -60.9 Electrmed ELMD ... ... 24 7.96 3.60 16 6.11 +57.5 ElevCr n ELVT ... ... ... 9.48 5.90 303 7.51 +1.5 EliLilly LLY 2.25f 2.6 28 89.09 72.97 3954 86.71 +17.9 Elk HiQPfd EPRF ... ... ... 25.00 23.15 14 23.98 +3.4sElkh LoVl n LVHB ... ... ... 33.03 28.39 47 32.64 +14.7 ElkFdCm ef RCOM ... ... ... 27.51 22.87 26.98 +6.7 EllieMae ELLI ... ... 65 114.95 79.71 606 93.91 +12.2tEllingtnF EFC 1.76 12.1 11 17.00 14.71 179 14.58 -6.1tEllingtRM EARN 1.48m 12.0 9 15.74 12.50 228 12.37 -4.9 Ellomay ELLO ... ... ... 9.60 7.20 0 9.50 +17.4 EllswthFd ECF .80e 8.5 ...q 9.65 8.22 27 9.40 +13.7 Ellswt pfA ECFpA 1.31 5.2 ... 25.44 24.53 8 25.15 +.3 eMagin EMAN ... ... ...dd 3.00 1.55 42 1.70 -20.9 EAndinA AKO/A .68e 2.5 ... 27.43 19.74 2 26.67 +29.9 EAndinB AKO/B .74e 2.5 ... 31.07 21.39 27 29.50 +31.3 Embraer ERJ .13e .7 ... 24.95 17.58 1129 19.99 +3.8 EmerExp n EEX .28 1.4 ... 24.56 19.25 136 19.88 +1.4 EmergeES EMES 2.68m ... ...dd 24.45 5.65 589 7.15 -41.9 EmergBio EBS ... ... 27 47.37 27.94 301 46.72 +42.3 EmrgBio wi EBS.WI ... ... ... EmergCap EMG ... ... ...dd 1.41 .20 .30 -75.2 EmersonEl EMR 1.94f 2.8 29 68.88 55.40 2948 68.54 +22.9 EmerR hs MSN ... ... ...dd 1.89 .98 39 1.50 +42.9 EmpOPES ESBA .34 1.7 ... 21.86 19.45 8 20.37 +1.9 EmpOP60 OGCP .34 1.7 ... 21.82 14.77 1 20.29 +3.2 EmpOP250 FISK .34 1.7 ... 21.70 19.11 0 20.46 +2.4 EmpStRTr ESRT .34 1.7 52 21.98 19.54 813 20.46 +1.3 EmployH EIG .60 1.3 17 50.45 35.60 60 46.25 +16.8 EElChile EOCC 1.07e 4.0 ... 27.74 18.36 195 26.52 +36.4 EnLinkLP ENLK 1.56 10.1 ... 19.59 14.43 432 15.41 -16.3 EnableMid ENBL 1.27 8.8 17 17.36 13.75 237 14.39 -8.5 EnbrdgEM EEQ 1.40t ... ...dd 26.53 12.03 458 13.47 -48.0 EnbrdgEPt EEP 1.40 9.9 19 26.17 12.25 2168 14.17 -44.4 Enbridge ENB 2.68f ... ... 44.52 34.39 2351 38.83 -7.8 EnCana g ECA .06 .5 20 13.85 8.01 9963 11.19 -4.7 EndvSilv g EXK ... ... ... 4.90 1.94 1244 2.41 -31.5 EnduroRT NDRO 1.36e 7.2 8 3.35 2.18 117 2.90 +17.4 EnerCre wt ENCR/WS ... ... ... EnerCore n ENCR ... ... ... Energen EGN .08 .1 ...cc 60.21 46.16 636 53.50 -7.2 Energizer n ENR 1.16f 2.4 17 60.07 40.64 494 47.98 +7.6 Engy&Exp ENXP ... ... ... EnFuel grs UUUU ... ... ... 2.71 1.30 195 1.92 +17.1 EgyTrEq s ETE 1.18f 7.0 20 20.05 15.03 8240 16.86 -12.7 EngyTrfPt ETP 2.26f 13.0 23 26.73 15.25 6537 17.44 -27.4 EnerJexR ENRJ ... ... ...dd 1.15 .21 226 .24 -19.0 Enerpls g ERF .12e 1.4 3 10.21 6.52 685 8.56 -9.7 EnersisAm ENIA .21e 2.0 ... 11.10 7.75 1248 10.61 +29.2 EnersAm wi ENIA/WI ... ... ... 8.16 7.80 8.16 EnerChile ENIC .22e 3.8 ... 6.31 4.25 621 5.72 +25.7 EnerSys ENS .70 1.0 15 84.74 61.33 186 69.47 -11.0 Engility EGL ... ... 12 35.63 25.70 165 27.63 -18.0 EnLinkLLC ENLC 1.02 6.2 ...cc 20.45 15.00 219 16.45 -13.6 Ennis Inc EBF .80 4.1 16 21.50 15.20 58 19.65 +13.3 EnovaIntl ENVA ... ... 12 16.80 11.15 217 15.35 +22.3sEnPro NPO .88 .9 53 92.88 61.36 121 93.12 +38.2 ENSCO ESV .04 .8 ...dd 12.04 4.10 11526 5.21 -46.4 Enservco ENSV ... ... ... .77 .21 69 .64 +13.4 EnSync ESNC ... ... ... .82 .31 403 .41 -42.8 Entercom ETM .36f 3.2 14 16.55 9.45 1352 11.35 -25.8 EntArk66 n EAI 1.22 4.8 ... 25.29 21.12 418 25.20 +19.0 EntArk 63 EAE 1.19 4.7 ... 25.60 20.87 6 25.15 +19.7 EntArk 52 EAB 1.23 4.9 ... 25.45 21.31 6 25.17 +15.6 Entergy ETR 3.56f 4.4 10 87.85 69.63 1283 81.03 +10.3 EntLA 66 ELC 1.22 4.9 ... 25.17 21.11 27 25.05 +18.6 EntgyLA52 ELJ 1.31 5.1 ... 25.75 23.16 9 25.70 +9.4 EntLA 63 ELU 1.18 4.7 ... 25.72 20.56 2 25.14 +22.0 EntMS FtM EMP ... ... ... 25.42 21.10 22 25.32 +19.8 EntgyNO n ENO ... ... ... 26.99 23.30 30 25.85 +10.7 EntgyNO 52 ENJ 1.25 5.0 ... 25.90 22.23 3 25.21 +12.9 EntgyTx64 EZT 1.41 5.2 ... 27.67 24.65 5 26.94 +7.1 EntProdPt EPD 1.69f 6.4 21 30.25 23.59 3680 26.24 -3.0sEntravisn EVC .20 2.6 78 7.75 4.90 1426 7.75 +10.7 EntrResc EGI ... ... ... .72 .21 123 .49 +55.6 Envestnet ENV ... ... 42 55.15 30.80 311 52.10 +47.8sEnviroStr EVI .20e ... ...cc 36.00 14.05 219 34.95 +141.0 EnvisnHl n EVHC ... ... ... 73.00 23.79 2189 33.14 -47.6 Enviva n EVA 2.46f 8.8 ...cc 31.95 24.60 61 27.80 +3.7 EnzoBio ENZ ... ... ...dd 12.04 6.27 217 8.77 +26.4 Equifax EFX 1.56 1.3 21 147.02 89.59 837 119.44 +1.0 EquityCmw EQC ... ... 31 32.51 29.50 655 30.48 +.8 EqCm pfD EQCpD 1.63 6.2 ... 27.24 24.98 2 26.40 +3.2 EqCm pfE EQCpE 1.81 ... ... EqCmw 42 EQCO 1.44 5.7 ... 26.64 23.50 4 25.42 +6.4 EqtyLfPrp ELS 1.95 2.2 28 91.94 69.62 573 89.30 +23.9 EqtyRsd EQR 2.16 3.4 21 70.46 59.49 2426 64.30 -.1 EquusTR EQS ... ... 30q 3.00 1.89 2 2.38 +18.4 EraGroup ERA ... ... 10 17.73 8.00 54 10.28 -39.4 ErinEn rs ERN ... ... ...dd 4.10 1.15 47 2.70 -11.5 Eros Intl EROS ... ... 78 16.90 6.65 336 9.40 -28.0 EscoTech ESE .32 .5 34 65.95 50.30 58 60.55 +6.9 Espey ESP 1.00 4.4 47 26.50 21.07 2 22.95 -11.9 Essent ESNT ... ... 16 47.29 31.54 485 45.12 +39.4 EssexPT ESS 7.00 2.9 30 270.04 218.41 313 242.82 +4.4 EsteeLdr EL 1.36 1.1 33 130.36 76.28 1907 127.84 +67.1 Esterline ESL ... ... 17 102.70 68.30 243 75.05 -15.9 EtfSilver SIVR ... ... ...q 18.15 14.92 288 15.73 +.9 EthanAl ETH .76 2.6 22 37.90 26.45 175 29.25 -20.6 Etrac2xMtg MORL 3.31e 19.3 ...q 19.50 14.72 302 17.14 +10.0 Et2xDJDiv DVYL 3.55e 4.9 ...q 74.40 59.42 2 72.81 +20.8 Etr2xHomb HOML ... ... ...q 70.00 23.04 1 59.30 +145.3 EtrCrdOil n OILX ... ... ... 33.71 25.90 0 32.60 -3.0 EtHiDLwV HDLV 2.57e 8.0 ... 34.28 29.11 6 32.13 +1.9 Etr2xSPX SPLX ... ... ...q 54.83 35.85 1 54.27 +44.6 Etr2xCEFd CEFL 2.88 16.1 ...q 18.98 16.44 68 17.93 +7.0 EtrcDvsHi DVHL 2.85e 14.3 ...q 23.95 19.51 3 20.00 -7.7 EtrWFxEn LMLP 1.90e 12.5 ... 16.88 11.19 28 15.20 +32.6 EtracReit LRET 2.00e 7.7 ...q 27.92 23.68 1 25.99 -2.0 UBS VlHdg XIVH ... ... ... 78.34 35.28 1 77.40 +119.4 VelShSP46 BSWN ... ... ... UBS VlVIX LSVX ... ... ... 31.21 26.75 30.24 +13.0 Etr EnhGl FIHD ... ... ... 188.88 122.41 10 171.27 +37.1 FI EnhEu n FIEE ... ... ... 176.55 161.75 1 176.48 +8.8 Etr SP MLP MLPZ .06p ... ... 63.32 35.30 0 42.32 -25.5 Etr MLP In MLPQ .08p ... ... 62.03 31.10 41 36.99 -31.4 EtrAlerTRt AMUB .36p ... ...q 21.38 16.41 17.38 -12.7 EtrAlerInf MLPB .99e ... ...q 30.20 23.23 23.23 -15.2 EtrBCmdty UCIB ... ... ...q 16.00 10.10 14.74 +4.0 EtrWFBsD BDCZ .91e ... ...q 26.16 20.38 20.86 -7.4 Etr2xLevLg LBDC 2.89e 17.4 ...q 28.71 15.80 0 16.61 -15.4 EtrMtgReit MRRL 1.70e ... ...q 19.50 14.76 16 17.16 +9.7 EtrSCHiDv SMHD 3.06e 15.9 ...q 24.48 16.53 32 19.21 -15.6 Euronav n EURN 2.41e ... 27 9.00 6.90 195 8.15 +2.5 EuroEqFd EEA .17e 1.7 ...q 10.02 7.57 9 9.80 +26.9 EvansBc EVBN .80 1.9 20 47.08 30.20 3 41.70 +32.2 Evercore EVR 1.60f 1.8 21 91.65 66.80 264 90.20 +31.3 EverestRe RE 5.00 2.3 52 277.17 208.81 445 218.88 +1.1 EveriHldgs EVRI ... ... ...dd 8.99 2.09 434 7.63 +251.6 EversrceE ES 1.90f 3.0 20 66.15 54.08 1218 62.59 +13.3 Evertec EVTC .40 3.0 10 19.53 12.60 808 13.40 -24.5 EvolentH n EVH ... ... ...dd 27.50 10.30 1149 13.05 -11.8 EvolPetrol EPM .30f 4.4 32 10.20 6.35 59 6.80 -32.0 EvoquaWt n AQUA ... ... ... 24.52 21.02 444 22.99 ETYldShHi YYY 1.92 9.8 ...q 20.00 18.48 87 19.56 +5.3 RxVlmxWk VMAX ... ... ... 28.72 2.69 22 12.24 +44.5sBer Gl Rs n BRGL ... ... ... 25.61 24.89 0 25.94 +4.2 Ber US Rs n BERN ... ... ... 27.00 24.94 2 26.82 +7.2 ExTTactUS HTUS ... ... ...q 29.30 25.75 2 29.17 +13.3 ETF IndExp TETF ... ... ... 19.18 15.10 1 19.12 +25.0 RxVlmxInF VMIN ... ... ... 51.74 20.11 12 45.26 +101.1 ExTrGldE GHE ... ... ... 30.21 25.12 26.95 +16.0 ExTGldSP GHS ... ... ... 33.58 25.49 33.52 +31.3 ETEMeCmc EMQQ .02p ... ...q 40.25 22.77 197 38.09 +66.7 ExcoRs rs XCO ... ... ... 14.76 .51 157 .57 Exelon EXC 1.31 3.3 15 42.67 33.30 4428 39.62 +11.6 Express EXPR ... ... 46 11.70 5.28 1886 10.50 -2.4 ExtendStay STAY .84f 4.5 55 20.95 15.43 3889 18.62 +15.3 Exterran n EXTN ... ... ...dd 34.05 22.89 112 30.17 +26.2 ExtraSpce EXR 3.12 3.6 24 88.56 71.34 1055 86.20 +11.6 ExxonMbl XOM 3.08 3.7 32 91.34 76.05 9635 82.44 -8.7F -FB Finl n FBK ... ... ... 44.80 23.71 53 43.40 +67.2 FBL Fn FFG 1.76 2.4 16 79.85 59.75 18 71.90 -8.0 FCB Fin FCB ... ... 21 54.10 39.90 228 51.60 +8.2 FGL Hldg n FG ... ... ... 12.25 9.41 1341 9.68 -2.4 FGL Hld wt FG/WS ... ... ... 2.52 .97 1.51 +20.8 FMC Corp FMC .66 .7 38 95.25 56.35 1027 94.47 +67.0 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 3 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Wednesday, December 20, 2017

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FNBCp PA FNB .48 3.4 17 16.35 12.02 2421 14.05 -12.4 FNB FL pfE FNBpE ... ... ... 31.65 27.19 4 29.49 +4.3 FTFQAntiB BTAL ... ... ...q 20.77 18.78 0 19.15 -2.8 FTFQMom MOM ... ... ...q 25.31 20.70 0 24.59 +8.0 FTFQuSize SIZ ... ... ...q 22.03 19.57 20.02 -8.9 FTFQValu CHEP ... ... ...q 27.48 23.73 24.70 -10.0 FTFQHgDiv DIVA 1.08e 2.6 ...q 26.03 24.82 0 25.68 -.4 FqfOAsiaDv OASI .43e ... ...q 32.18 25.22 0 30.40 +19.7 FqfOEurDiv OEUR .15e ... ...q 25.88 21.15 10 25.36 +17.2sFQFO USDv OUSA .20e ... ... 32.25 27.38 56 32.06 +16.7tFS Invest FSIC .89 11.7 7 10.80 7.65 2915 7.60 -26.2 FTE Net n FTNW ... ... ... FTI Cnslt FCN ... ... 19 45.67 31.65 188 43.20 -4.2 Fabrinet FN ... ... 9 49.63 28.60 573 29.48 -26.8 FactsetR FDS 2.24 1.2 26 207.25 155.09 1519 187.46 +14.7 FairIsaac FICO .08 .1 40 159.92 118.07 117 157.01 +31.7 FairmSant FMSA ... ... ...dd 13.12 2.47 8357 5.26 -55.4 FangHldg SFUN .20e 4.4 ...dd 5.27 2.46 870 4.55 +38.7 Farmland FPI .51 5.6 21 11.76 8.06 303 9.10 -18.5 Farmln pfB FPIpB 1.50 5.8 ... 27.96 25.52 14 25.70 -2.7 FedExCp FDX 2.00 .8 20 243.75 182.89 1924 242.54 +30.3 FedAgric AGM 1.44 1.9 ... 77.78 53.78 36 77.13 +34.7 FdAgricA AGM/A 1.44 2.0 22 77.00 50.60 0 73.00 +18.7 FAgMt pfA AGMpA 1.47 5.8 ... 28.06 24.63 0 25.33 +1.4 FAgMt pfB AGMpB 1.72 6.4 ... 29.36 25.55 3 26.81 +2.9 FAgMt pfC AGMpC 1.50 5.5 ... 31.25 24.87 2 27.50 +9.7 FedRlty FRT 4.00 3.0 23 145.80 119.37 473 132.03 -7.1 FedRlt pfC FRTpC 1.25 5.0 ... 25.14 24.01 108 25.10 +1.5 FedSignl FSS .28 1.4 24 23.64 13.07 338 19.97 +27.9sFedInvst FII 1.00 2.8 18 36.25 24.93 1159 36.24 +28.1 FedPMu FMN .88 6.3 ...q 15.07 13.53 46 14.07 +.7 Ferrari n RACE ... ... ... 121.14 57.56 293 105.47 +81.4tFerrellgs FGP .40 10.3 ...dd 8.83 4.00 711 3.89 -42.5 Ferro FOE ... ... 20 25.50 13.55 302 24.04 +67.8 FiatChrys FCAU ... ... ... 18.33 8.99 2714 18.21 +99.7 FibriaCelu FBR .09e .6 ... 17.21 7.98 759 14.57 +51.6 FidCorpBd FCOR 1.77e 3.5 ...q 51.30 48.86 28 50.68 +2.6 FidLtdTm FLTB .83e 1.7 ...q 50.75 49.74 5 50.14 +.4 FidTotBd FBND 1.54e 3.1 ...q 51.74 49.14 81 50.11 +.6sFidCnsDis FDIS .40e 1.0 ...q 39.30 32.09 57 39.19 +21.8 FidCnsStpl FSTA .87e 2.5 ... 34.50 30.97 66 34.30 +9.9 FidEnergy FENY .53e 2.8 ...q 21.63 17.01 168 19.19 -9.4 FidFinan FNCL .60e 1.5 ...q 41.39 33.88 300 40.83 +18.1 FidHlthCre FHLC .70e 1.7 ...q 40.65 32.79 153 40.36 +22.7sFidIndls FIDU .56e 1.5 ...q 38.49 32.16 82 38.42 +19.2sFid Val n FVAL ... ... ... 32.95 27.30 23 32.85 +20.3sFid Qual n FQAL ... ... ... 31.99 26.22 15 31.82 +21.1 FidInfoTch FTEC .42e .8 ...q 51.07 36.77 233 50.71 +37.4 Fid Moment FDMO ... ... ... 31.61 25.52 21 31.29 +22.5sFid LowVol FDLO ... ... ... 30.72 25.85 7 30.55 +18.2sFid RisR n FDRR ... ... ... 30.91 26.38 61 30.71 +15.9sFid CoreD n FDVV ... ... ... 28.99 26.10 57 28.79 +10.1 FidMsciRE FREL .86e 3.5 ...q 25.36 22.87 205 24.56 +4.7 FidUtils FUTY 1.21e 3.5 ...q 37.01 31.12 110 34.86 +10.3 FidTelecm FCOM .76e 2.5 ...q 33.82 29.20 72 30.83 -4.0 FidelMatls FMAT .53e 1.5 ...q 34.83 28.78 54 34.67 +20.2 FidlNatFn FNF 1.16f 3.0 15 40.75 24.18 1164 39.18 +59.8 FidNatInfo FIS 1.16 1.2 23 96.67 75.40 1340 95.00 +25.6 FidClayOp FMO 1.72f 14.4 ...q 17.63 10.49 399 11.94 -19.8 Fieldpt wt FPP/WS ... ... ... .39 .00 .00 -97.5 FifthStF 24 FSCE 1.47 5.8 ... 25.75 24.50 25.15 +1.1 58.com WUBA ... ... ...cc 79.79 27.58 749 70.92 +153.3 FstAccept FAC ... ... ...dd 1.74 .80 1 1.22 +17.3sFstAFin n FAF 1.52f 2.7 23 57.04 36.50 987 57.02 +55.7 FtBcp pfA FBPpA ... ... ... 12.30 FtBcp pfB FBPpB ... ... ... 12.00 FtBcp pfC FBPpC ... ... ... 12.07 FtBcp pfD FBPpD ... ... ... 12.69 FtBcp pfE FBPpE ... ... ... 12.03 FstBcpPR FBP ... ... 11 7.05 4.48 3946 4.97 -24.8 FstCash FCFS .80f 1.2 28 68.60 39.80 215 67.05 +42.7 FstCwlth FCF .32 2.2 18 15.67 12.05 398 14.83 +4.6 FstData n FDC ... ... ... 19.23 14.02 11756 16.40 +15.6 FstHorizon FHN .36 1.8 20 20.84 15.84 2698 20.55 +2.7 FstHrz pfA FHNpA 1.55 6.1 ... 26.06 24.82 19 25.56 +2.5 FstInRT FR .84 2.7 ... 32.91 25.31 853 31.33 +11.7 FMajSilv g AG ... ... ...dd 10.92 5.92 2555 7.65 +.3 FstRepBk FRC .68 .8 ... 105.52 86.73 1689 88.40 -4.1 FstRep pfB FRCpB 1.55 6.0 ... 26.03 25.28 25.63 +.3 FstRep pfC FRCpC 1.41 5.6 ... 30.10 22.87 25.07 +7.8 FstRep pfD FRCpD 1.38 5.4 ... 26.36 22.50 13 25.67 +11.7 FstRep pfE FRCpE 1.75 6.6 ... 27.99 26.25 8 26.42 -2.9 FstRep pfF FRCpF 1.43 5.4 ... 27.00 23.21 3 26.27 +10.8 FtRepB pfH FRCpH 1.28 5.0 ... 25.97 24.47 28 25.42 +1.2 FtRpBk pfG FRCpG ... ... ... 27.50 22.44 16 26.02 +14.4 FtTr 22 n FIV ... ... ... 10.29 9.02 384 9.18 -9.3 FtTrGlob FAM .90 7.9 ...q 12.15 10.87 46 11.40 +2.9sFT MCGr FNY .15e .4 ...q 39.57 31.37 19 39.34 +25.3 FT MCVal FNK .40e 1.1 ...q 36.57 32.00 7 36.15 +9.8sFT Austrla FAUS .80e 2.4 ...q 33.58 28.16 0 33.80 +20.0sFT SCGr FYC .07e .2 ...q 43.02 34.56 15 42.58 +23.0 FT SCVal FYT .26e .7 ...q 37.56 32.07 9 36.86 +5.8 FT MegaCp FMK .44e 1.3 ...q 33.88 27.98 0 33.75 +20.6 FTEurSelDv FDD 1.09e 8.0 ...q 13.80 11.71 160 13.71 +15.5 FTDJMic FDM .49e 1.0 ...q 49.16 40.65 15 47.96 +8.8 FT DynEq FDEU 1.45 7.7 ...q 19.70 15.39 33 18.96 +23.1sFtTEqCom ERM ... ... ... 22.41 19.74 3 22.29 +12.5 FtT EqTact TERM ... ... ... 22.39 19.67 17 22.29 +12.5 FT PfdSec FPE 1.02e 5.1 ...q 20.25 18.94 673 20.07 +5.7 FT HeitGl PRME ... ... ... 20.81 18.57 20.81 +7.5 FT EM Sl n RNEM ... ... ... 54.51 51.56 53.97 -.2sFT LgShEq FTLS .16e .4 ...q 39.38 34.13 37 39.25 +13.8 FT PfInc n FPEI ... ... ... 21.03 19.95 19 20.12 +.3 FT VolIn n HDMV ... ... ... 34.46 32.75 2 34.29 +2.9 FT VolD n HUSV ... ... ... 23.43 22.00 6 23.21 +5.3 FTEgyInco FEN 2.32 9.6 ...q 28.48 21.34 130 24.08 -9.3 FTEnInfra FIF 1.32a 7.4 ...q 20.21 17.22 61 17.82 -.6 FtTrEnEq FFA .96 5.9 ...q 16.36 13.39 53 16.23 +20.1 FTArcaBio FBT .18e .1 ...q 127.62 90.56 25 122.45 +34.7sFTDJInet FDN ... ... ...q 112.35 79.60 293 111.56 +39.7 FtTVixTail VIXH ... ... ... FT RNG FCG .22e 1.0 ...q 27.25 18.65 63 21.32 -18.5sFT ConDis FXD .30e .7 ...q 42.41 35.24 30 42.26 +19.0 FT ConStap FXG .75e 1.5 ...q 49.36 44.32 18 48.67 +6.4 FT Engy FXN .33e 2.3 ...q 17.10 12.25 116 14.64 -11.3 FT Fincl FXO .65e 2.1 ...q 31.80 26.85 123 31.47 +16.4sFT HlthCr FXH ... ... ...q 70.05 57.14 31 69.79 +21.8sFT IndPrd FXR .16e .4 ...q 40.33 32.79 122 40.24 +22.4sFT Matls FXZ .37e .9 ...q 43.06 35.74 69 43.15 +20.4 FT Tech FXL .13e .2 ...q 53.62 37.80 130 52.17 +37.7 FT Utils FXU .67e 2.5 ...q 28.59 26.59 100 26.69 -.1sFTDJGlDiv FGD 1.42e 5.4 ...q 26.42 23.13 54 26.38 +13.2 FT GlbRE FFR .75e 1.6 ... 47.43 41.42 1 46.09 +8.9 FT NAEngy EMLP .93e 3.8 ...q 25.86 23.97 859 24.54 -2.8 FT HiLgSh FSD 1.20 7.3 ...q 18.12 15.80 131 16.35 +1.7sFT USIPO FPX .32e .5 ...q 68.79 54.00 75 68.45 +26.5 FTChnd FNI .19e .5 ...q 40.30 27.30 93 39.91 +46.0 FT Dow30 n EDOW ... ... ... 22.27 19.61 9 22.22 +12.1 FT EngCn FLM .58e 1.0 ...q 59.68 49.16 4 58.99 +19.9 FT WindEn FAN .46e 3.6 ...q 13.63 11.44 30 12.82 +9.6 FT Wtr FIW .21e .4 ...q 49.27 39.53 14 48.30 +22.1 FT RNG rs FCG/WI ... ... ...q FT IntPfd FPF 1.95 7.9 ...q 25.10 22.07 121 24.79 +9.3sFT LCCore FEX .58e 1.0 ...q 59.02 48.59 100 58.81 +20.6sFT LCGr FTC .24e .4 ...q 61.75 48.92 41 61.50 +25.4sFT LCVal FTA .82e 1.5 ...q 55.05 46.75 41 54.83 +17.0 FT MLP&E FEI 1.42 9.3 ...q 17.60 13.59 276 15.20 -5.1 FT MCCore FNX .51e .8 ...q 66.22 56.28 21 65.78 +16.7 FTMstrDv FDL .79e 2.6 ...q 30.56 27.63 153 30.31 +9.2 FTFutStrt FMF ... ... ... 48.86 45.06 1 47.54 +.7 FstTrMtg FMY 1.02 7.2 ...q 14.48 13.90 5 14.08 +.5 FT MultCG FAD .20e .3 ...q 65.91 52.33 4 65.72 +25.6 FT MultCV FAB .45e .8 ...q 57.13 50.21 5 56.71 +12.4 FT MLPEn FPL 1.26 10.3 ...q 14.23 10.93 129 12.19 -4.4 FT REIT FRI .39e 1.7 ...q 24.11 22.28 7 23.47 +1.8 FT SCCore FYX .38e .6 ...q 61.88 52.10 21 61.12 +13.5 FTSpecFin FGB .70 11.1 ...q 8.43 6.12 149 6.28 -11.0 FTStrHi2 FHY 1.32 10.4 ...q 13.90 12.11 17 12.71 +4.3 FTrVL100 FVL .05e .2 ...q 23.68 20.76 107 23.48 +8.6 FTrVLDv FVD .57e 1.8 ...q 31.38 27.94 348 31.03 +10.7 FT EmOp FEO 1.40 8.7 ...q 17.40 13.70 6 16.18 +16.5 FTrSenFlt FCT .90 7.0 ...q 14.01 12.62 83 12.92 -6.1 FirstEngy FE 1.44 4.6 11 35.20 27.93 4402 31.00 +.1 Fitbit n FIT ... ... ...dd 8.40 4.90 7173 6.18 -15.6 500.com WBAI ... ... ...dd 15.70 8.12 119 10.26 -33.1 FiveOaks OAKS .60m 15.0 29 5.61 3.80 182 3.99 -19.7 FiveOk pfA OAKSpA 2.19 8.7 ... 26.20 22.65 9 25.22 +9.6 FvPntHld n FPH ... ... ... 16.74 12.00 60 13.98 -8.1 FlagstarB FBC ... ... 16 38.79 25.06 159 37.35 +38.6 F&C DynPf DFP 1.92 7.1 ...q 28.36 23.02 37 27.11 +14.1 FlrtyPfdInc PFD 1.08 6.9 ...q 16.34 13.83 14 15.58 +7.5 FlrtyPfdOp PFO .88 7.4 ...q 13.00 10.84 60 11.86 +6.7 FlrtyPfdSc FFC 1.63 7.9 ...q 22.44 18.72 107 20.74 +10.1 FlrtyTotR FLC 1.63 7.5 ...q 22.51 19.52 26 21.69 +9.2 Flanign BDL .20f .9 13 30.95 20.20 3 22.90 -6.0 Fleetcor FLT ... ... 24 192.36 121.52 590 188.86 +33.5 FlexUSTilt TILT 1.17e 1.0 ...q 114.01 96.10 88 111.95 +16.4 FlxEmgTilt TLTE .84e 1.4 ...q 59.30 45.08 19 58.02 +26.2 FlxUpstNR GUNR 1.00e 3.1 ...q 32.40 28.03 387 32.20 +12.4tFlx3yrTips TDTT .39e 1.6 ...q 25.18 24.33 430 24.33 -1.5 Flx5yrTips TDTF .06e .2 ...q 26.19 24.77 163 24.84 -.7 FlxCoreSl n BNDC ... ... ... 28.51 24.85 5 24.96 -2.3 FlexEMTilt TLEH ... ... ...q 31.03 24.68 2 30.02 +18.9 FlxDMTilt TLDH ... ... ...q 29.70 25.38 8 29.41 +15.8 FlxGlbQRE GQRE 1.33e 2.1 ...q 64.31 55.22 7 63.18 +12.1 FlxGblInfr NFRA .95e 1.9 ...q 49.40 43.08 29 48.79 +12.8 FlxDevTilt TLTD 1.41e 2.0 ...q 69.80 55.83 211 68.82 +22.0 FlxIntDvDf IQDE .91e 3.6 ...q 25.62 21.64 12 25.50 +17.0 FlxIntDvDy IQDY .76e 2.7 ...q 28.25 23.69 9 28.12 +17.5 FlxIntlDiv IQDF .94e 3.5 ...q 26.71 22.28 118 26.52 +17.8sFlxQDvDef QDEF .93e 2.1 ...q 44.82 38.57 35 44.55 +14.9 FlxQDvDyn QDYN 1.00e 2.2 ...q 44.53 38.17 44.53 +16.7 FlxQualDv QDF 1.01e 2.2 ...q 45.63 39.28 103 45.35 +14.9 FlxRdyAcc RAVI .82e .9 ...q 76.30 74.89 22 75.48 FlexSolu FSI ... ... 5 2.58 1.29 5 1.70 +28.0 Flor&Dec n FND ... ... ... 47.00 31.00 324 43.74 +35.0 Flotek FTK ... ... ...cc 14.51 4.14 1039 4.54 -51.7 FlowrsFds FLO .68 3.5 22 21.00 16.80 879 19.55 -2.1 Flowserve FLS .76 1.8 24 52.10 37.51 1152 41.17 -14.3 Fluor FLR .84 1.7 22 58.37 37.04 1037 50.62 -3.6 FlyLeasing FLY 1.00 7.7 11 14.65 11.91 123 13.07 -1.7 FEMSA FMX .74e .8 ... 103.82 73.45 370 93.60 +22.8 FootLockr FL 1.24 2.7 11 77.86 28.42 3857 46.21 -34.8 FordM F .60a 4.7 11 13.27 10.47 20084 12.69 +4.6 ForestCA FCE/A .56f 2.3 19 26.30 19.94 1533 24.07 +15.5sForestar FOR ... ... 14 22.70 12.30 189 22.15 +66.5 ForsightEn FELP .13 ... ...dd 8.33 3.53 80 3.99 -38.3 Fortis n FTS 1.70f 4.7 ... 38.24 30.33 266 35.79 +15.9 Fortive n FTV .28 .4 ... 75.69 52.99 871 72.73 +35.6 Fortress FIG .32a 4.1 15 8.05 4.78 1848 7.83 +61.1sFortTrInf n FTAI 1.32 7.0 ...dd 18.98 13.02 224 18.87 +41.9 FortunaSlv FSM ... ... 21 6.92 4.03 2166 5.04 -10.8 FBHmSec FBHS .80f 1.2 23 69.61 53.15 583 67.69 +26.6 ForumEn FET ... ... ...dd 26.25 10.05 1212 13.75 -37.5 FoundBld n FBM ... ... ... 17.91 11.03 56 14.71 -8.1 FourCorP s FCPT 1.10f 4.2 17 26.96 19.38 447 26.31 +28.2 FourSeEd n FEDU ... ... ... 10.45 7.48 18 9.03 -9.7 FrancoN g FNV .92 1.2 73 86.06 58.13 440 76.27 +27.6 FrankCov FC ... ... ...dd 22.30 15.20 17 19.50 -3.2 FrankFn n FSB .40p ... 14 44.30 30.30 50 34.75 -17.0 FrankLibInt FLQH ... ... ... 28.16 23.28 3 25.35 +7.9 FrankLibEm FLQE ... ... ... 33.92 26.17 4 32.74 +23.0 FrankLibGl FLQD ... ... ... 30.05 25.55 2 29.08 +13.3 FrankLbGlE FLQG ... ... ... 31.29 25.36 3 30.81 +21.5sFrnL LoV n FLLV ... ... ... 30.44 28.32 1 30.39 +7.2 FrnkLInvGr FLCO ... ... ... 24.89 23.88 2 24.72 +2.2 FrnL IntO n FLIO ... ... ... 29.79 26.84 29.77 +9.6 FrkL US Eq FLQL ... ... ... 29.00 25.55 0 28.97 +12.6 FrankL Mun FLMB ... ... ... 25.38 24.94 25.08 +.4 FrnkL MunO FLMI ... ... ... 25.04 24.81 24.96 -.3 FrkL US Sm FLQS ... ... ... 26.19 24.17 26.19 +3.7 FrkL USMid FLQM ... ... ... 28.00 24.87 28.00 +8.1 FrankRes BEN .92f 2.1 15 47.65 39.23 2471 43.68 +10.4 FrkShDGv FTSD 1.55e ... ...q FrkStPrp FSP .76 7.2 13 13.27 9.59 321 10.53 -18.8 FrkLtdDur FTF .74 6.4 ...q 12.33 11.46 197 11.67 -3.1 FrkUnv FT .47 6.5 ...q 7.39 6.61 37 7.25 +8.5tFranksIntl FI .30 5.1 ... 13.00 5.84 1432 5.83 -52.6 FrptMcM FCX ... ... ...dd 17.46 11.05 17121 17.33 +31.4 FresenMd FMS .51e 1.0 ... 52.41 39.46 144 52.13 +23.5 FDelMnt FDP .60 1.3 13 62.80 43.02 184 47.44 -21.8 FriedmInd FRD .04 .7 ...dd 7.29 5.05 26 5.35 -19.7tFrontlne rs FRO .60e ... 35 7.55 4.63 758 4.60 -35.3 FullerHB FUL .60f 1.1 22 58.74 46.93 425 53.85 +11.5 FutureFuel FF .24a 1.7 18 16.39 12.68 66 14.40 +3.6G -GAMCO s GBL .08 .3 9 32.60 27.55 57 29.64 -4.0 GATX GATX 1.68 2.8 13 66.30 55.44 275 60.71 -1.4 GATX 66 GMTA ... ... ... 27.00 23.25 6 26.36 +13.3 GCP ApT n GCP ... ... 29 34.23 25.25 381 32.35 +20.9 GDL Fund GDL .64 6.5 ...q 10.38 9.68 42 9.80 -.4 GDLFd pfB GDLpB 1.50 3.0 ... 51.40 50.25 1 50.28 -.2 GGP Inc GGP .88 3.8 14 26.21 18.83 5360 23.37 -6.4 GGP Inc pfA GGPpA 1.59 6.3 ... 26.12 24.65 9 25.19 +1.5 GMAC CpT ALLYpA 2.03 7.8 ... 26.90 25.26 113 26.10 +2.8 GMS Inc n GMS ... ... 21 39.98 27.21 395 37.18 +27.0 GNC GNC .80 17.0 4 11.79 4.63 2089 4.71 -57.3 GP Strat GPX ... ... 20 31.25 22.30 46 23.60 -17.5 GSE Sy GVP ... ... 14 3.85 2.35 3 3.15 -10.0 GTT Comm GTT ... ... ...dd 47.75 22.95 306 45.30 +57.6 GabCvInc GCV .48 8.4 ...q 6.47 4.65 19 5.72 +21.7 GabCv pfB GCVpB 1.50 5.7 ... 27.16 25.51 2 26.22 +2.5sGabDvInc GDV 1.32 5.8 ...q 22.99 19.92 173 22.94 +14.5 GabDiv pfA GDVpA 1.47 5.6 ... 27.49 25.23 1 26.20 +2.1 GabDiv pfD GDVpD 1.50 5.7 ... 27.40 25.62 0 26.49 +2.7 GabDiv pfG GDVpG 1.31 5.1 ... 26.17 24.90 11 25.49 -2.0 GabelliET GAB .60e 9.8 ...q 6.59 5.50 2014 6.14 +11.2 GabllE pfD GABpD 1.47 5.6 ... 26.78 25.21 0 26.26 +2.9 GabllE pfG GABpG 1.25 5.1 ... 25.25 22.53 10 24.59 +7.2 Gabeli pfJ GABpJ ... ... ... 26.72 23.66 5 25.55 +6.6 GabEq pfH GABpH 1.25 5.0 ... 25.34 22.61 4 25.06 +9.7 GabGSmM GGZ ... ... ... 13.61 10.50 76 12.50 +17.9 GabGSm pfA GGZpA 1.36 5.3 ... 26.21 23.60 4 25.50 +6.5 GabGUtil GLU 1.20 5.8 ...q 21.49 16.73 20 20.71 +23.3 GabGUtil pf GLUpA 3.00 6.0 ... 53.64 47.33 0 50.23 -1.2 GabGoAn n GGO ... ... ... 20.14 16.18 1 18.04 -14.2 GabGo pfA GGOpA ... ... ... GabHlthW GRX .52 5.1 ...q 10.97 9.34 41 10.24 +8.5 GabHW rt GRXr ... ... ... .40 GabHlt pfA GRXpA 1.44 5.5 ... 26.91 25.14 0 25.97 +3.0 GabHlt pfB GRXpB 1.47 5.6 ... 27.57 25.26 2 26.23 +3.4 GabMultT GGT .94e 10.3 ...q 9.86 7.18 108 9.14 +26.2 GabMT pfB GGTpB 1.50 5.7 ... 27.18 25.43 26.16 +2.8 GabMul pfE GGTpE ... ... ... 25.30 24.46 7 25.00 GabUtil GUT .60 8.6 ...q 7.20 6.21 60 7.01 +11.3 GabUt pfA GUTpA 1.41 5.5 ... 26.50 24.80 7 25.63 +1.7 GabUtil pfC GUTpC ... ... ... 26.19 25.36 5 25.56 -.9 Gasa rs GFA ... ... ... 21.04 5.92 42 12.39 Gain Cap GCAP .24 3.3 32 8.95 5.56 415 7.26 +10.3 Gallaghr AJG 1.56 2.4 25 67.32 51.60 1438 64.40 +23.9 GamGldNR GGN .84 16.3 ...q 5.84 4.94 512 5.14 -3.0 GamGld pfB GGNpB 1.25 5.0 ... 25.30 22.50 8 24.84 +7.5 GamNRG&I GNT .84 12.7 ...q 7.29 6.00 87 6.61 -.9 GamNR pfA GNTpA 1.30 5.2 ... 26.27 24.63 3 24.95 +1.3 GameStop GME 1.52 8.3 5 26.68 15.85 2226 18.39 -27.2 Gannett n GCI .64 5.4 12 12.38 7.36 712 11.87 +22.2 Gap GPS .92 2.7 17 34.70 21.02 3615 34.31 +52.9sGardDnv n GDI ... ... ... 33.57 19.91 652 33.29 +45.2 Gartner IT ... ... 40 130.02 90.37 294 123.45 +22.1 GasLogPt GLOP 1.96f 8.5 11 25.45 19.56 65 23.00 +11.9 GasLPt pfA GLOPpA ... ... ... 27.24 25.06 8 26.04 +3.0sGasLog GLOG .56 2.7 ...cc 21.15 12.75 561 20.75 +28.9 GasLog pfA GLOGpA 2.19 8.1 ... 27.63 24.67 4 26.89 +7.0 GastarExp GST ... ... ...dd 2.19 .38 1015 .00 -35.7 Gastar pfA GSTpA 2.16 12.8 ... 22.70 6.40 5 16.84 -7.2 Gastar pfB GSTpB 2.69 15.0 ... 25.05 8.46 5 17.89 +3.0 GazitGlobe GZT .37e 3.6 ... 10.82 8.49 4 10.20 +18.1tGeeGroup JOB ... ... ...dd 7.00 2.50 18 2.55 -41.1 GencoSh rs GNK ... ... ...dd 14.99 7.00 76 12.97 +75.7 Generac GNRC ... ... 26 53.78 33.77 237 49.41 +21.3 GAInv GAM 1.15e 1.0 ...q 36.59 31.01 35 34.10 +9.4 GAInv pfB GAMpB 1.49 5.6 ... 27.11 25.36 2 26.67 +3.5 GnCable BGC .72 2.4 37 30.18 14.95 918 29.65 +55.6 GenDynam GD 3.36 1.7 20 214.81 171.65 1220 199.83 +15.7 GenElec GE .48 2.7 15 32.04 17.46 64556 17.58 -44.4 GECap5-53 GEK 1.18 4.6 ... 25.97 24.42 51 25.27 +2.9 GECap 1-53 GEH 1.22 4.8 ... 26.06 24.48 46 25.17 +2.5 GEC 10-52 GEB 1.22 4.9 ... 25.80 24.45 37 25.15 +2.3 GenMills GIS 1.96 3.4 19 63.73 49.65 5486 57.63 -6.7 GenMoly GMO ... ... ...dd .72 .25 236 .31 +24.0 GenMotors GM 1.52 3.6 6 46.76 31.92 11731 42.49 +22.0 GMot wtB GM/WSB ... ... ... 28.76 14.90 34 24.72 +44.1 Gener8M n GNRT ... ... ...dd 6.16 4.11 142 4.28 -4.5 Gensco GCO ... ... 9 65.70 20.90 410 31.05 -50.0 GenesWyo GWR ... ... 26 81.73 61.44 241 78.56 +13.2 GenesisEn GEL 2.88f 13.0 26 37.88 20.43 627 22.12 -38.6 GenesisHlt GEN .24 33.3 1 4.75 .60 292 .72 -83.1 GenieEn n GNE .30 6.2 ... 8.31 4.18 80 4.81 -16.3 GenieE pfA GNEpA .64 8.6 ... 8.40 7.24 2 7.38 -1.1sGenpact G .24p ... 21 32.65 23.34 954 32.66 +34.2 GenuPrt GPC 2.70 2.9 20 100.90 79.86 547 93.01 -2.6 Genworth GNW ... ... ...dd 4.23 3.12 7880 3.17 -16.8 GeoGrp s GEO 1.88 8.0 14 34.32 23.06 678 23.48 GeoPark GPRK ... ... ... 9.98 4.04 21 9.01 +109.0 GaPw 77 n GPJA ... ... ... 25.75 24.70 72 25.29 +1.6 Gerdau GGB .02e .5 ... 4.39 2.60 3411 3.64 +15.9 GerNew GF 1.23e .4 ...q 19.94 12.77 5 19.85 +51.9 GettyRlty GTY 1.28f 4.7 13 29.89 22.91 286 27.29 +7.1 Gigamon GIMO ... ... 86 48.25 28.50 763 38.50 -15.5 Gildan s GIL .38 1.2 19 32.61 23.55 259 32.15 +26.7 GlassBr rs GLA ... ... ... 9.41 1.60 1.93 Glatfelter GLT .52 2.5 16 25.59 16.53 182 20.97 -12.2 Glaukos n GKOS ... ... ... 52.49 23.08 397 26.71 -22.1 GlaxoSKln GSK 2.89e 8.2 ... 44.54 34.52 5264 35.36 -8.2 GblBrCopp BRSS .24 .7 13 39.85 28.10 45 33.85 -1.3 GlbMed n GMRE .20p ... ... 10.25 7.85 217 8.25 -7.5 GlMed pfA GMREpA 1.88 7.3 ... 25.82 24.80 1 25.63 +2.9 GlobNetL n GNL .94 4.6 33 25.25 7.52 572 20.68 +164.1 GlNetL pfA GNLpA 1.81 7.3 ... 25.70 24.52 62 24.82 -.4 GlobPtrs GLP 1.85 11.1 ...dd 21.95 15.80 72 16.65 -14.4 GlobPay s GPN .04 ... 32 104.90 68.98 1185 102.72 +48.0 GlbShipLs GSL .40 35.1 ...dd 1.94 .97 86 1.14 -24.0 GlbShip pfB GSLpB 2.19 9.1 ... 24.60 18.52 3 24.12 +18.3 GlbXNordic GXF .72e 3.1 ...q 24.68 18.75 3 23.34 +23.0 GbXSpDvE SDEM .63e ... ...q 19.63 14.56 1 15.91 +8.2 GbXUSRota SCTO .12p ... ...q 26.79 23.91 1 26.58 +10.8 GblXEffic EFFE .16p ... ...q 26.40 24.24 26.40 +7.0 GblXPortgl PGAL .23p ... ...q 12.75 9.11 8 12.24 +31.4 GblXColum GXG .41e 4.1 ...q 10.72 8.84 90 10.03 +10.0 GblXEmFtr EMFM .40e 1.7 ...q 23.89 18.22 1 23.76 +28.7 GbXMLP&E MLPX .60 4.5 ...q 15.54 12.30 162 13.24 -10.8 GblXChMat CHIM .21e 1.1 ...q 22.75 13.54 0 19.95 +46.5sGblXArg ARGT .09e .3 ...q 35.19 22.63 108 35.43 +53.6 GblXSDvUS DIV 1.93 7.5 ...q 25.98 24.50 36 25.60 +3.5 GXSupInPf SPFF .99 8.1 ...q 13.27 12.20 229 12.25 -4.3sGblXGuru GURU .28e .9 ...q 29.66 23.99 5 29.52 +22.8 GbXGreece GREK .13e 1.3 ...q 10.79 7.40 1009 10.07 +29.3 GblXChCon CHIQ .17e .9 ...q 18.41 11.09 63 18.01 +60.8 GblX MLP MLPA .90e 9.2 ...q 12.13 8.89 1202 9.78 -15.5 GblXFertil SOIL .25e 2.4 ...q 10.46 8.86 7 10.24 +14.0 GblXChiEn CHIE .33e 2.9 ...q 12.03 9.67 0 11.46 +17.6 GblXSupDv SDIV 1.42e 6.4 ... 22.40 20.53 160 21.54 +3.5 GlbXChiFn CHIX .16e .9 ...q 18.67 12.69 12 17.83 +39.2 GbXSEAsia ASEA .42e 2.5 ...q 17.06 12.69 2 16.75 +31.0tGblXPakist PAK ... ... ...q 19.23 12.42 51 12.33 -29.5 GblXChiInd CHII .10e .7 ...q 16.58 11.73 15.27 +28.6 GblXNorway NORW .83e 6.4 ...q 13.86 10.87 24 13.00 +17.8 GblXScUS n SCIU ... ... ...q 31.51 26.35 11 31.34 +18.8sGblXScEu n SCID ... ... ...q 28.92 21.80 1 28.83 +29.9 GblXScAs n SCIX ... ... ...q 26.73 20.94 26.63 +26.2 GblXScJp n SCIJ ... ... ... 32.95 26.28 1 32.74 +24.1 GblX Icon ef LOGO ... ... ... GbX US pf n PFFD ... ... ... 26.22 24.79 1 25.02 -.5 GbXNigeria NGE .31e 1.4 ...q 23.26 3.79 35 22.08 +418.3sGbX US Inf PAVE ... ... ... 16.61 13.80 26 16.46 +11.6 GblFound n BOSS ... ... ... 17.82 14.77 2 17.55 +15.9 GlbXCop rs COPX ... ... ...q 27.39 19.28 45 25.70 +28.5 GlbXSilv rs SIL ... ... ...q 41.68 29.42 109 31.37 -2.3 GlbXLith rs LIT ... ... ...q 40.79 24.23 499 39.91 +63.7 GbX Gold rs GOEX ... ... ...q 27.29 18.23 7 21.72 +4.9 GbXUran rs URA ... ... ...q 19.33 11.83 220 15.96 +24.0tGlblScape GSB .06 1.8 19 5.51 3.47 96 3.40 -16.5 Globalstar GSAT ... ... ...dd 2.59 1.11 3144 1.18 -25.3 GlobantSA GLOB ... ... 52 47.51 30.90 223 44.36 +33.0 GlobusMed GMED ... ... 35 41.70 24.32 261 39.17 +57.9 Glowpoint GLOW ... ... ...dd .65 .19 771 .31 +16.5 GoDaddy n GDDY ... ... ...cc 51.29 34.27 2079 50.81 +45.4 GolLinhs s GOL ... ... ... 9.96 2.64 161 8.39 GoldFLtd GFI .02e .5 ... 4.70 2.82 4510 3.95 +31.2 GoldResrc GORO .02 .5 51 6.27 3.08 275 4.08 -6.2 GoldStdV g GSV ... ... ... 2.95 1.25 190 1.64 -23.0 Goldcrp g GG .24 1.9 22 17.87 11.64 5405 12.32 -9.4tGoldenMin AUMN ... ... ... .85 .37 108 .39 -32.8 GoldStr g GSS ... ... 9 1.01 .59 908 .80 +7.0 GldFld GV ... ... 12 8.65 4.00 144 4.80 -5.9 GoldS pfJ GSpJ 1.38 5.1 ... 28.35 25.00 52 27.09 +6.8 GS BDC n GSBD 1.80 8.1 13 25.60 21.00 154 22.10 -6.0 GS ActbtInt GSIE ... ... ...q 30.08 24.16 114 29.92 +22.8 GS ActEM GEM ... ... ...q 35.89 26.35 61 35.03 +30.9 GS ActEur GSEU .60e ... ... 32.03 25.16 4 31.53 +23.0 GS ActJpn GSIY ... ... ... 34.14 27.10 1 33.82 +24.0 GS US LgC GSEW ... ... ... 45.71 40.58 4 43.57 +7.3 GS HYBd n GHYB ... ... ... 50.32 49.25 1 49.69 -.4 GS CpBd n GIGB ... ... ... 50.44 49.64 1 50.01 -.4sGS ActLgC GSLC ... ... ...q 53.96 44.24 302 53.70 +21.1 GS 0-1Yr n GBIL ... ... ... 100.15 99.96 12 100.02 GS Indus n GVIP ... ... ... 53.97 42.23 5 52.85 +24.9 GS SCap n GSSC ... ... ... 44.01 39.39 2 43.54 +9.8 GSCI37 GSC ... ... ...q 24.75 19.25 22.78 -2.2 GoldmanS GS 2.60 1.0 13 262.00 209.62 2179 256.48 +7.1 GoldS pfK GSpK 1.59 5.5 ... 30.09 26.36 38 29.05 +7.0 GoldS pfN GSpN ... ... ... 28.34 25.61 122 28.06 +7.6 GoldS pfB GSpB 1.55 5.9 ... 27.27 25.39 39 26.25 +3.2 GoldS pfC GSpC 1.02 4.4 ... 24.21 21.53 31 23.22 +6.7 GoldS pfA GSpA .96 4.2 ... 24.46 20.44 45 22.78 +3.1 GoldS pfD GSpD 1.02 4.5 ... 24.16 20.08 66 22.96 +5.2 GS MLPEn GER .64 10.5 ...q 8.90 5.25 899 6.12 -14.9 GS MLPInc GMZ 1.38 15.9 ... 11.58 7.85 351 8.67 -10.8 GoodrPet n GDP ... ... ... 15.50 8.20 27 10.07 -34.4 GormanR GRC .50 1.6 32 34.45 23.55 41 30.76 -.6 vjGrace GRA .84 1.2 21 77.37 65.84 1242 70.83 +4.7 Graco GGG 1.59f 1.2 33 136.49 82.42 273 134.45 +61.8 GrahamCp GHM .36 1.7 14 25.00 17.97 65 21.60 -2.5 GrahamH s GHC 5.08 .9 22 615.85 502.25 12 574.25 +12.2 Graingr GWW 5.12 2.2 21 262.72 155.00 491 228.59 -1.6 Grmrcy pfA GPTpA 1.78 6.8 ... 27.77 25.69 9 26.30 -.7 GrmPrTr rs GPT 1.50 5.5 ... 31.26 25.21 802 27.28 -.9 GranTrra g GTE ... ... ...dd 3.12 1.93 2102 2.39 -20.9 GranaMon GRAM .25e 9.0 ... 7.40 2.16 99 2.78 -61.1 GraniteC GVA .52 .8 49 67.39 45.14 248 63.18 +14.9 GranitPnt n GPMT 1.52f 8.4 ... 19.30 17.02 517 18.00 -5.5 GraniteRE GRP/U 2.30 ... ... 41.75 32.59 5 38.82 +16.1 Gran Gld n BAR ... ... ... 142.87 123.68 0 125.95 -6.7 GranCom n COMB ... ... ... 26.40 24.80 3 25.20 -1.1 GranSP n COMG ... ... ... 27.22 24.96 1 26.55 +2.1 GraphPkg GPK .30 2.0 21 15.85 12.00 4328 15.25 +22.2 GrayTelev GTN ... ... 9 17.05 9.95 1688 16.80 +54.8sGrayTvA GTN/A ... ... 21 14.05 9.95 1 14.00 +34.6 GrtAjax n AJX 1.20 8.6 9 15.40 12.72 99 13.96 +5.2 GrtAjx24 n AJXA ... ... ... 26.80 25.41 87 25.55 -.5 GrtBasG g GBG ... ... ... .09 GtPanSilv g GPL ... ... ... 2.28 1.06 705 1.21 -27.1 GtPlainEn GXP 1.10 3.4 19 34.72 26.72 1491 32.37 +18.4 GrtWstBcp GWB .80 2.0 17 45.62 33.27 159 40.32 -7.5 GreenDot GDOT ... ... 53 65.88 23.39 411 61.60 +161.6sGreenbCos GBX .92f 1.8 17 52.90 39.10 303 52.45 +26.2 Greenhill GHL .20m 1.0 15 32.45 13.80 835 19.45 -29.8 Greif A GEF 1.68 2.8 21 65.60 50.70 139 60.73 +18.4 Greif B GEF/B 2.51e 3.8 21 74.35 54.70 16 65.95 -2.4 Griffon GFF .28f 1.4 22 27.15 17.65 154 20.65 -21.2 Group1 GPI 1.00f 1.3 10 84.47 51.62 135 75.53 -3.1 GrubHub GRUB ... ... 98 73.67 32.43 617 73.18 +94.5 GAeroPac PAC 2.78e 2.7 ... 119.87 72.52 56 104.62 +26.8 GpoASur ASR 3.31e ... ... 229.45 131.72 46 183.31 +27.4 GpoAvalAc AVAL .40 4.7 ... 9.38 7.42 95 8.54 +7.6 GpFnSnMx BSMX .30e 4.0 ... 10.82 6.89 4879 7.56 +5.1 GpoRadio RC ... ... ... 11.53 GpoSimec SIM ... ... ... 14.76 9.22 2 9.66 -32.7 GpSuprvi n SUPV ... ... ... 30.26 12.34 458 29.34 +123.3 GpTelevisa TV ... ... ... 27.37 17.24 4655 19.17 -8.2 GuangRy GSH .62e 2.1 ... 33.18 24.43 1 29.60 -2.3 Guess GES .90 5.1 37 18.30 9.56 1150 17.54 +45.0 GuggBAB GBAB 1.66 7.4 ...q 23.32 21.09 41 22.54 +5.3 Gug 27Cp n BSCR ... ... ... 20.12 19.89 7 19.97 -.2 Gug 25Cp n BSJP ... ... ... 25.23 24.38 2 24.87 -.9 GugCrdAllo GGM 2.18 10.0 ...q 24.03 21.65 20 21.80 -2.4 GuggChina YAO .54e 1.6 ...q 36.61 23.67 1 34.79 +43.2sGugSPEW RSP 1.31e 1.3 ...q 101.20 86.36 501 100.76 +16.3 GugRus50 XLG 3.03e 1.6 ...q 192.02 157.15 39 190.87 +21.2sGugSPVal RPV 1.18e 1.8 ...q 66.19 57.12 91 65.79 +14.2 GugSPGth RPG .59e .6 ...q 106.33 83.31 51 105.75 +26.5 Gug LCap n GMFL ... ... ... 27.21 24.75 26.91 +8.2 GugS&P100 OEW ... ... ... 34.04 27.88 1 32.86 +16.6 GuEqWREst EWRE .27e ... ...q 28.67 25.73 3 27.62 +5.0 GugMCVal RFV .86e 1.2 ...q 69.52 59.99 2 69.26 +12.2 GugEMk EW EWEM .56e 1.7 ...q 34.23 27.47 33.64 +20.8 GugMC400E EWMC ... ... ... 64.90 56.98 10 64.25 +11.6 GugSC600E EWSC ... ... ... 55.32 47.01 0 54.84 +9.8 GugMCGth RFG .75e .5 ...q 155.95 128.44 5 154.47 +19.9 GugSCVal RZV .67e .9 ...q 75.94 60.09 4 73.39 +.5 GugTotRet GTO ... ... ... 53.39 50.33 2 52.83 +4.5 GugUtil RYU 2.62e 3.0 ...q 91.25 80.23 8 86.90 +7.6 Gug US Lg OVLC ... ... ... 30.48 26.68 30.34 +17.0sGugSCGth RZG .56e .5 ...q 114.99 94.82 7 114.20 +18.3 GugTech RYT 1.09e .8 ...q 146.47 108.23 41 145.31 +33.9sRydxMatls RTM 1.19e 1.1 ...q 111.05 90.80 7 110.90 +21.7 GugIndls RGI .84e .7 ...q 119.71 98.85 7 119.52 +20.6sGugHlthC RYH .75e .4 ...q 181.48 145.54 9 181.23 +24.2 GugFncl RYF .93e 2.1 ...q 44.60 36.28 30 44.11 +19.8 GugEngy RYE .79e 1.4 ...q 65.73 48.58 93 55.22 -13.7 GugConStp RHS 2.05e 1.5 ...q 133.85 118.31 10 133.12 +11.5sGugCnsDis RCD 1.12e 1.1 ...q 99.84 88.20 1 99.64 +12.8 GugEnhEq GPM .96 11.1 ...q 9.01 7.72 187 8.68 +8.5 GugChinTc CQQQ .60e 1.0 ...q 67.24 35.00 304 59.57 +68.9 GugWater CGW .48e 1.3 ...q 36.15 28.27 76 35.61 +25.2 GugCdnEn ENY .49e 6.1 ...q 9.32 7.89 188 8.09 -11.1 GugSPHiInf GHII 1.03e 3.7 ...q 29.49 25.83 2 27.71 +6.5 GugSolar TAN .83e 3.4 ...q 25.50 16.45 218 24.71 +49.1 GugShippg SEA 1.48e 12.8 ...q 12.70 11.15 48 11.53 +.9 GugIntMult HGI .59e 3.4 ...q 17.33 14.97 17.13 +13.6 GugFront FRN .47e 3.1 ...q 15.16 11.40 17 15.04 +30.1 GugChinSC HAO .76e 2.6 ...q 30.76 21.67 66 28.96 +29.9 GugChRe TAO .40e 1.4 ...q 31.24 19.14 15 28.87 +47.7sGugGTimb CUT .52e 1.6 ...q 32.09 24.73 17 32.00 +29.2 Gug BRIC EEB .41e 1.1 ...q 38.51 28.37 10 37.23 +29.3 Gug 26CpBd BSCQ ... ... ... 19.98 18.87 25 19.67 +2.7 Gug 24HYBd BSJO ... ... ... 26.07 24.92 5 25.65 +2.2 GuggLCOpt OPD ... ... ... 29.57 26.10 29.57 +12.3 GugDJIADv DJD .02p ... ...q 34.51 28.66 1 34.29 +18.5 GugHYBd23 BSJN .15e ... ...q 27.06 26.17 24 26.49 +.5 GugCpBd25 BSCP ... ... ...q 20.95 19.96 68 20.64 +2.4 GugInsidr NFO .90e 1.4 ...q 63.13 48.97 3 62.81 +27.7 GugBlt22HY BSJM 1.27 5.1 ...q 25.59 24.67 43 25.00 GugB21HY BSJL 1.27 5.1 ...q 25.32 24.59 832 24.96 +1.0 GugBlt24CB BSCO .58 2.8 ...q 21.17 20.16 83 20.83 +2.0 GugBlt23CB BSCN .65 3.1 ...q 21.34 20.32 140 20.89 +2.1 GugBlt22CB BSCM .58e 2.7 ...q 21.55 20.76 156 21.18 +1.2 GugBlt21CB BSCL .56 2.6 ...q 21.80 20.88 167 21.17 +.9 ClayWilMic WMCR .50e 1.4 ...q 37.04 28.92 1 35.31 +18.7 GugB20HY BSJK 1.30e 5.2 ...q 24.99 24.21 254 24.61 +1.4 GugB19HY BSJJ 1.22e 5.0 ...q 24.79 24.09 173 24.41 +1.1 GugB18HY BSJI 1.28e 4.6 ...q 25.45 25.04 142 25.12 -.2 GugB17HY BSJH 1.08e 4.0 ...q 25.94 25.64 52 25.70 -.5 ClyWUSRE WREI 1.53e 3.0 ...q 48.92 45.25 1 47.36 +.9 GugMultAs CVY 1.07e 4.8 ...q 22.58 20.09 23 22.41 +11.2 GugCpBd20 BSCK .61e 2.9 ...q 21.60 21.12 415 21.33 +.6 GugBlt19CB BSCJ .47e 2.2 ...q 21.30 21.06 96 21.11 -.1 GugBlt18CB BSCI .40e 1.8 ...q 21.37 21.11 119 21.14 -.2 GugBlt17CB BSCH .35e 1.5 ...q 22.66 22.56 579 22.61 sGugSpinOff CSD .70e 1.3 ...q 52.68 43.31 14 52.43 +20.7sGugRJ SB1 RYJ .59e 1.4 ...q 43.15 38.09 4 42.88 +11.7 GugEShDur GSY .65e 1.3 ...q 50.41 50.09 119 50.36 +.5 GugMCCre CZA 1.02e 1.5 ...q 67.05 54.32 23 66.19 +21.7 GugGlDiv LVL .52e 4.6 ...q 11.38 10.04 17 11.31 +11.4sGugDefEq DEF .85e 1.8 ...q 47.56 38.82 9 47.32 +21.6 GugStrOp GOF 2.19 10.2 ...q 21.80 19.42 102 21.51 +9.5 Guidewire GWRE ... ... ...cc 83.52 49.18 639 73.31 +48.6 GlfmOff wt GLF/WS ... ... ... 3.50 1.00 2 1.00 -66.7 GlfmrkOf n GLF ... ... ... 34.96 17.80 1 28.75 -2.5H -HCA Hldg HCA ... ... 13 91.03 71.18 2378 88.83 +20.0 HCI Grp HCI 1.40 4.8 12 50.93 27.11 182 29.10 -26.3 HCP Inc HCP 1.48 5.7 15 33.67 25.09 5136 26.10 -12.2sHDFC Bk HDB .37e .4 ... 100.26 59.00 545 99.62 +64.2 HECO pfU HEpU 1.62 6.2 ... 28.47 25.45 0 26.15 +2.1 HFF Inc HF 1.80e ... 21 46.45 25.79 173 44.57 +47.3sHMG HMG .50e ... ...dd 13.97 10.15 13 14.20 +35.1 HNI Corp HNI 1.14 3.2 16 56.94 31.16 228 35.51 -36.5 HP Inc HPQ .53 2.5 13 22.67 14.40 9110 21.42 +44.3 HRG Grp HRG ... ... ...dd 20.17 14.22 1301 16.34 +5.0 HSBC HSBC 1.50e 3.0 ... 51.71 39.63 868 50.54 +25.8 HSBC prA HSBCpA 1.55 6.0 ... 27.56 25.20 49 26.00 +3.2 HSBC Cap HSEA 2.03 7.3 ... 27.99 25.91 50 27.82 +7.2 HSBC Cap2 HSEB 2.00 7.4 ... 27.59 24.99 147 27.05 +4.8 Haemonet HAE ... ... 35 58.99 36.44 252 57.77 +43.7 HalconRes wt HK/WS ... ... ... 3.50 .30 .60 -73.9 HalconRs n HK ... ... ... 10.30 3.69 2873 7.29 -21.9 Hallibrtn HAL .72 1.6 ...cc 58.78 38.18 7896 45.87 -15.2 HalyrdHlt HYH ... ... 24 50.99 35.24 286 48.63 +31.5 HamBchBr HBB .09p ... ... 41.00 24.56 31 25.90 -31.1sHancFinOp BTO 1.48 3.8 ...q 38.88 31.24 21 38.81 +7.0sHanJS JHS .87e 5.9 ...q 14.95 13.87 22 14.75 +5.2 HanJI JHI 1.45e 8.4 ...q 18.85 16.40 12 17.31 +4.3 HanPrmDv PDT 1.08a 6.3 ...q 17.33 14.90 195 17.15 +9.6 HanPfEq HPI 1.68 7.8 ...q 22.58 20.09 53 21.44 +5.4 HanPfd2 HPF 1.68 7.8 ...q 22.71 19.93 71 21.46 +6.0 HanPfd3 HPS 1.47 7.9 ...q 19.48 17.47 37 18.53 +4.5 HanTxAdv HTD 1.45 5.7 ...q 26.79 22.51 171 25.48 +10.4 Hanesbds s HBI .60 2.9 11 25.73 18.90 5323 20.87 -3.2 HannArms HASI 1.32 5.5 32 25.28 18.02 312 23.99 +26.3 HanoverIns THG 2.16f 2.0 58 108.64 79.23 293 106.68 +17.2 HanovIns53 THGA 1.59 6.3 ... 26.00 24.60 6 25.44 +1.8 HarleyD HOG 1.45 2.8 16 63.40 44.52 1390 51.19 -12.3 HarmonyG HMY .05 ... ... 2.99 1.56 1885 1.72 -22.2 HarrisCorp HRS 2.28 1.6 25 144.94 99.13 453 142.57 +39.1 Harsco HSC .20m 1.1 47 22.00 11.40 520 18.50 +36.0 HarteHnk HHS .34 36.6 ...dd 1.65 .73 283 .93 -38.4 Hrt TotR n HTRB ... ... ... 40.25 39.94 0 40.01 -.2 HartfFn42 HGH 1.97 6.5 ... 32.13 29.05 31 30.15 +1.8 HartfdFn HIG 1.00f 1.8 19 58.61 46.35 3552 56.73 +19.1 HartfFn wt HIG/WS ... ... ... 53.33 40.43 2 51.85 +25.7 Haverty HVT .60 2.5 17 27.23 21.05 55 23.75 +.2 HavertyA HVT/A .38a 1.6 18 27.10 21.20 23.95 +1.5 HawaiiEl HE 1.24 3.4 23 38.72 31.71 495 36.32 +9.8 Hc2 Hldgs HCHC 1.29 ... ...dd 7.27 3.56 110 5.86 +60.9 HlthcrRlty HR 1.20 3.7 27 36.25 29.04 1096 32.47 +7.1 HlthcreTr HTA 1.22 4.0 26 33.00 28.11 1405 30.70 +5.5 HlthSth wt HLS/WS ... ... ... 1.50 .28 .57 -14.9 HlthSouth HLS 1.00 2.0 19 50.41 38.24 857 49.62 +20.3 HeclaM HL .01e .3 40 6.78 3.43 5471 3.95 -24.6 HeclaM pfB HLpB 3.50 6.7 ... 61.65 52.37 52.40 -5.2sHeico s HEI ... ... ... 98.67 60.00 640 97.20 sHeico A s HEI/A .09 ... 50 82.20 51.28 184 81.00 HelixEn HLX ... ... ...dd 9.82 4.82 1995 6.87 -22.1 HelmPayne HP 2.80f 4.7 ...dd 81.30 42.16 1207 59.60 -23.0 Hemisphrx rs HEB ... ... ... .93 .30 261 .32 -53.6 HennCap n HCAC ... ... ... 10.43 8.97 26 9.79 -.3 HennCap wt HCAC/WS ... ... ... HennCap un HCAC/U ... ... ... 10.40 10.04 4 10.35 +2.9 Herbalife HLF ... ... 15 79.59 47.91 539 68.06 +41.4 HercHld n HRI ... ... ... 65.93 33.27 251 62.25 +55.0 HercTGC HTGC 1.24 9.7 15q 15.68 11.64 1011 12.73 -9.8 HercTG 24 HTGX 1.56 6.1 ... 25.90 25.13 10 25.37 -.1 HeritageIns HRTG .24 1.4 ...cc 18.70 8.85 296 16.98 +8.4 Hersha pfC HTpC 1.72 6.8 ... 26.37 24.18 1 25.36 +4.4 Hersha rs HT 1.12 6.4 8 21.67 17.15 495 17.45 -17.0 Hersha pfD HTpD 1.63 6.4 ... 26.49 22.26 9 25.32 +13.3 Hersha pfE HTpE ... ... ... 26.40 22.36 9 25.24 +12.1 Hershey HSY 2.62f 2.3 25 116.49 101.61 1147 115.45 +11.6 HertzGl HTZ ... ... ... 27.27 8.52 3575 22.95 +6.4 Hess HES 1.00f 2.3 ...dd 64.91 37.25 4743 43.36 -30.4 Hess pfA HESpA ... ... ... 76.20 48.24 114 54.19 -26.4 HessMidP n HESM .31p ... ... 26.78 18.32 35 21.11 -19.0 HP Ent n HPE .30f 2.0 37 15.12 12.70 9403 14.80 +10.0 Hexcel HXL .50 .8 23 63.93 49.20 492 61.57 +19.7 Hi-Crush HCLP ... ... 32 23.30 7.25 2005 10.20 -48.5 HighlFlR n HFRO ... ... ... 15.53 15.00 136 15.42 +2.7 HighwdPrp HIW 1.76 3.4 18 53.34 48.42 748 51.17 +.3 Hill Intl HIL ... ... ...dd 5.70 3.70 60 5.50 +26.4sHill-Rom HRC .72 .8 22 85.25 55.04 419 85.36 +52.0 HillenInc HI .83f 1.9 22 46.50 34.65 321 44.85 +16.9 HillmCT pf HLMp 2.90 8.5 ... 36.95 32.00 4 34.20 +5.6 HilltopH HTH .24 1.0 13 30.60 21.47 443 25.03 -16.0 HilGrVa n HGV ... ... ... 43.19 24.60 357 41.90 +61.2 Hilton HLT .60 .8 34 78.62 55.67 1299 77.81 HoeghLP HMLP 1.72f 9.6 11 20.65 16.90 84 18.00 -5.3 Hoegh pfA HMLPpA 2.19 8.4 ... 26.25 25.76 19 26.14 +1.0 HollyEngy HEP 2.58f 8.0 21 38.09 30.11 220 32.25 +.6 HollyFront HFC 1.32 2.8 46 48.49 23.46 1576 47.59 +45.3sHomeDp HD 3.56 1.9 26 186.31 133.05 4320 185.98 +38.7 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 4 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Wednesday, December 20, 2017

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sHonda HMC .84e 2.5 ... 34.09 27.05 548 34.28 +17.4 HonwllIntl HON 2.98f 1.9 22 156.70 115.42 4135 154.11 +33.0 Honwll wi HON/WI ... ... ... HorMan HMN 1.11 2.6 31 47.65 33.85 116 43.40 +1.4 HorizGbl n HZN ... ... 21 25.81 11.80 666 14.19 -40.9 HorizFn22 n HTFA ... ... ... 25.93 25.46 3 25.50 -.2 HrzMngR n USMR ... ... ... sHorzSPCvC HSPX 2.52e 3.7 ... 52.10 45.46 4 51.88 +14.0 HorGKWld KLDW ... ... ...q 33.65 26.36 38 33.52 +27.1 HoizWear n WEAR ... ... ... Horz Saba n CEFS ... ... ... 21.78 19.83 19 21.35 +7.3 HrzProSp n FANZ ... ... ... 22.50 19.92 1 22.43 +11.9 Hormel s HRL .75f 2.0 22 38.00 29.75 1101 36.82 +5.8 Hornbeck HOS ... ... ...dd 8.52 1.51 280 2.92 -59.6sHostHotls HST .80a 3.9 14 20.63 17.26 6246 20.28 +7.6 HoulihnL n HLI .80 1.8 22 46.99 29.51 103 45.28 +45.5 HstnAEn HUSA ... ... ... 1.05 .18 425 .31 +76.4 HovnanE HOV ... ... ...dd 2.98 1.66 2177 2.65 -2.9 HHughes HHC ... ... 42 131.39 104.63 183 128.22 +12.4 HuanPwr HNP 2.45e 9.7 ... 31.85 24.40 47 25.16 -3.4sHubbell HUBB 3.08f 2.3 24 131.80 109.32 391 132.15 +13.2 HubSpot HUBS ... ... ...dd 93.53 45.70 493 92.80 +97.4 HudBayM g HBM .02 ... 73 9.35 4.60 639 8.00 +40.4 HudBay wt HBM/WS ... ... ... 1.04 .07 1 .26 -27.8 HudsPacP HPP 1.00 2.9 23 36.75 31.53 522 34.06 -2.1 HugotnR HGT .11e 8.7 4 2.35 1.30 142 1.30 -39.5 Humana HUM 1.60 .7 25 264.56 186.25 1543 245.16 +20.2 HuntgUSEq HUSE 1.86e .6 ...q 41.03 36.02 57 40.82 +12.8sHuntgtnEco HECO .47e .2 ...q 44.00 36.33 1 44.06 +20.6 HuntgtnIng HII 2.88f 1.2 21 253.44 183.38 297 238.00 +29.2sHuntsmn HUN .50 1.5 15 32.86 18.93 3249 32.82 +72.0 Hyatt H ... ... 42 73.33 50.21 368 71.67 +29.7 HysterYale HY 1.21 1.5 22 93.90 53.50 23 83.34 +30.7I -IAMGld g IAG ... ... 56 7.25 3.36 2725 5.59 +45.2 ICICI Bk IBN .16e 1.6 ... 9.93 6.69 5135 9.72 +42.8tIDT Cp IDT .76 7.4 ... 20.43 10.46 302 10.30 -44.4 IEC Elec IEC ... ... ... 5.05 3.32 3 4.11 +15.2 ING ING .14e .8 ... 19.01 13.63 2658 18.50 +31.2 ING 6.125 ISG 1.53 5.9 ... 26.37 24.98 46 26.09 +4.3 ING 6.375 ISF 1.59 6.2 ... 26.24 25.12 82 25.79 +2.6sION Geo rs IO ... ... ...dd 15.30 3.20 627 17.35 +189.2 iPInvVix IVOP ... ... ...q 38.39 37.92 38.34 +1.1 IQ M Intr n MMIT ... ... ... 25.05 25.02 25.02 IQ M Ins n MMIN ... ... ... 25.16 25.00 25.16 +.5 IQ HdgMult QAI ... ... ...q 30.48 28.61 160 30.35 +5.9 IQ Hedge MCRO ... ... ...q 26.60 24.40 26.51 +7.7 IQ HdgLgS QLS ... ... ...q 21.90 19.50 21.84 +12.0sIQ Ch SC n CSML ... ... ... 28.67 23.89 58 28.30 +15.7 IQ HdgEv QED ... ... ...q 21.32 19.68 21.24 +7.8 IQ HiYlVl n HYLV ... ... ... 25.58 22.89 2 25.22 -.9 IQ CorePl n AGGP ... ... ... 21.05 19.55 68 19.94 +1.2 IQ CoreBd n AGGE ... ... ... 19.88 19.17 37 19.54 IQHdgMNt QMN .34e 1.3 ...q 26.08 24.19 1 25.72 +2.4 IQ GTAA QGTA ... ... ...q 24.50 21.65 2 24.40 +13.0 IQ 50HJpn HFXJ ... ... ...q 22.84 18.50 0 22.65 +19.2 IQ 50HgEur HFXE ... ... ...q 20.37 17.22 3 20.30 +17.9 IQ 50HIntl HFXI ... ... ...q 21.73 18.00 34 21.70 +19.7 IQ RealRtn CPI ... ... ...q 27.82 26.48 4 27.75 +3.1 IQUSReSC ROOF 1.43e 5.3 ...q 28.00 25.77 29 26.91 -1.1 IQMrgArb MNA ... ... ...q 31.13 29.21 78 30.92 +5.5sIQ AustSC KROO .88e 4.5 ...q 19.35 15.30 1 19.49 +25.2 IQ AgriSC CROP .41e 1.2 ...q 35.65 31.28 1 35.12 +11.7 IQGblOilSC IOIL .29e 2.8 ...q 12.95 9.01 1 10.49 -15.6 IQ CdaSC CNDA .18e 1.0 ...q 18.66 15.60 2 18.22 +9.8 IQ GlbRes GRES .10e .4 ...q 27.90 24.82 13 27.74 +10.5 IQVIA Hldg IQV ... ... 23 110.67 74.80 1233 101.26 +33.1 IRSA IRS ... ... ... 31.87 17.00 119 29.35 +59.2 iShGold IAU ... ... ...q 12.98 10.93 6880 12.12 +9.4 iShGSCI GSG ... ... ...q 16.07 13.16 182 15.63 -.3 iSAstla EWA 1.01e 4.4 ...q 23.38 20.11 4203 22.70 +12.2siSAstria EWO .37e 1.5 ...q 24.30 16.35 95 24.28 +46.9 iShBelg EWK .51e 2.4 ...q 21.73 17.23 33 20.85 +19.1 iShBrazil EWZ .67e 1.7 ...q 44.03 31.78 19532 38.77 +16.3 iShCanada EWC .48e 1.7 ...q 29.52 25.58 2408 28.79 +10.1 iShEMU EZU .86e 2.0 ...q 44.11 34.04 6332 43.65 +26.2 iSFrance EWQ .58e 1.9 ...q 31.58 24.22 534 31.22 +26.6 iShGerm EWG .60e 1.8 ...q 33.69 26.11 3521 33.45 +26.3 iSh HK EWH .61e 2.5 ...q 26.18 19.27 6477 24.78 +27.2 iSh SKor EWY .65e .9 ...q 77.60 52.88 1867 72.85 +36.9 iShMexico EWW .78e 1.6 ...q 57.82 41.23 2559 49.49 +12.6 iShNeth EWN .66e 2.1 ...q 32.01 23.85 635 31.81 +31.7 iSPacxJpn EPP 1.66e 3.5 ...q 48.28 39.44 592 46.77 +18.2 iShSoAfr EZA 1.02e 1.5 ...q 67.01 50.37 950 65.91 +25.9 iShSpain EWP .99e 3.0 ...q 34.82 26.03 606 32.99 +24.4 iSSwedn EWD .76e 2.2 ...q 36.40 28.45 401 33.84 +17.8 iShSwitz EWL .75e 2.1 ...q 35.50 29.11 794 35.23 +19.6 iShFrntr100 FM .30e .9 ...q 33.59 24.60 115 32.88 +32.3 iShGlHiY bt GHYG 2.09e 4.1 ... 51.51 48.05 38 50.80 +4.8 iShxUSH bt HYXU .92e 1.7 ...q 54.39 44.89 5 53.71 +17.1 iShEMCBd bt CEMB 2.28 4.5 ...q 51.72 49.37 25 51.10 +3.1 iShEMkHY EMHY 3.98 8.0 ...q 51.12 48.23 36 50.05 +2.8 iShAsiaPDv DVYA 2.29e 4.6 ...q 50.42 44.74 1 49.70 +10.5 iShEmMDv DVYE 1.83e 4.4 ...q 43.87 33.99 79 41.24 +19.3 iShGblSilv SLVP .29e 2.8 ...q 13.56 9.73 22 10.41 -.4 iShGblEnP FILL .59e 2.8 ...q 21.45 17.81 11 20.79 +2.3 iShGblAgri VEGI .55e 1.9 ...q 29.03 24.81 6 28.66 +14.8 iShMsciWld URTH 1.57e 1.8 ...q 88.86 72.92 101 87.80 +20.1 iShEMktSC EEMS .89e 1.7 ...q 52.27 39.59 52 50.90 +25.9 iShEMkBd LEMB .42e .9 ...q 49.41 42.50 21 47.89 +11.8 iShWldMnV ACWV 1.93e 2.3 ...q 85.34 72.20 197 83.80 +15.4 iSEMMnVol EEMV 1.15e 1.9 ...q 60.77 48.07 382 59.40 +21.4 iShJpnSC SCJ 1.81e 2.3 ...q 80.35 61.32 39 78.81 +28.0 iShThai THD 1.88e 2.1 ...q 92.05 70.37 212 90.70 +25.8 iShIsrael EIS .81e 1.6 ...q 55.29 46.09 10 50.00 +7.8 iShChile ECH .71e 1.4 ...q 52.74 36.09 470 51.87 +38.6 iShBRIC BKF .54e 1.2 ...q 46.20 31.24 18 43.52 +36.5 iShsUSA EUSA .67e 1.2 ...q 55.80 47.23 3 55.67 +17.6 iShSilver SLV ... ... ...q 17.59 14.44 4983 15.22 +.7 iShS&P100 OEF 1.92e 1.6 ...q 120.22 98.98 474 118.94 +19.8 iShMrnLV JKF 2.46e 2.3 ...q 106.88 93.14 11 105.61 +12.2 iShAcwiMV HACV ... ... ...q 29.69 25.95 29.69 +13.2 iShMrnLG JKE 1.20e .8 ...q 158.44 120.76 10 157.18 +29.9 iShMrnLC JKD 2.24e 1.4 ...q 161.49 132.40 15 159.78 +20.4 iShBrazSC EWZS .40e 2.6 ...q 18.00 10.74 48 15.53 +41.6 iShIntlPfd IPFF .96e 5.3 ...q 18.99 15.40 31 18.17 +15.4 iShSPTUS s ITOT ... ... ...q 61.77 51.17 741 61.14 +19.2 iShSTNtMu SUB .86 .8 ...q 106.40 104.81 115 104.94 -.1 iShAgcyBd AGZ 1.81 1.6 ...q 114.58 111.85 14 113.01 +.3 iShTIPS TIP 1.69e 1.5 ...q 115.46 112.20 940 113.35 +.2 iShChinaLC FXI .87e 1.9 ...q 48.36 34.01 11785 45.88 +32.2 iShTransp IYT 1.70e .9 ...q 190.31 157.65 116 189.96 +16.7 iShChinaSC ECNS 1.73e 3.6 ...q 53.00 39.98 3 48.32 +17.9 iSCorSP500 IVV 4.38e 1.6 ...q 271.84 224.09 4834 269.13 +19.6 iSMornMC JKG 2.32e 1.3 ...q 186.79 157.18 7 185.50 +17.9 iShUSAgBd AGG 2.65e 2.3 ...q 110.66 107.08 2821 109.01 +.9 iShEMkts EEM .59e 1.3 ...q 47.93 34.35 46846 45.75 +30.7 iShiBoxIG LQD 3.87 3.2 ...q 121.85 115.62 6029 120.81 +3.1 iSKokusai TOK 1.60e 2.5 ...q 66.27 54.35 6 65.18 +19.9 iShCorUSTr GOVT .33 1.3 ...q 25.60 24.73 1835 25.06 +.5 iSh2017Mu s IBMF .23 .8 ...q 27.34 27.16 27.20 iSGblTelcm IXP 2.31e 3.8 ...q 62.22 57.55 69 61.26 +4.3 iShGblTech IXN 1.10e .7 ...q 158.01 109.60 171 155.67 +41.7 iShAaa-ACp QLTA 1.51e 2.9 ...q 53.16 50.85 11 52.56 +2.3 iSMrnMCG JKH .59e .3 ...q 202.60 161.96 1 201.98 +24.7 iShIndones EIDO .35e 1.3 ...q 27.64 22.82 714 27.31 +13.2 iSSP500Gr IVW 2.03e 1.3 ...q 155.10 121.43 477 153.86 +26.3 iShNYMun s NYF ... ... ...q 56.36 54.18 9 55.66 iShGblHcre IXJ 2.72e 1.4 ...q 114.82 94.60 186 114.09 +20.3siShGblFin IXG 1.28e 1.8 ...q 70.50 57.50 244 70.21 +21.5 iShUSAQlt QUAL 1.04e 1.2 ...q 84.01 68.94 133 83.63 +21.0 iSSPGlbEn IXC 1.01e 2.9 ...q 35.43 30.34 803 34.84 +.1 iShCalMn s CMF ... ... ...q 59.75 57.34 93 58.92 iSh CMBS CMBS 1.00 2.0 ...q 52.29 50.47 13 51.20 +.3 iShUSASize SIZE 1.26e 1.5 ...q 84.41 71.52 14 84.10 +17.1 iSGblInfra IGF 1.27e 2.8 ...q 46.75 38.79 164 45.82 +17.4 iShNANatR IGE .85e 2.5 ...q 36.90 30.59 172 33.87 -5.8 iSh JPXNik JPXN ... ... ... 65.85 52.75 4 65.09 +22.8siShUSAVal VLUE 1.49e 1.8 ...q 84.70 69.96 362 84.39 +20.2 iShLatAm ILF .60e 1.8 ...q 36.46 27.14 437 33.37 +21.0siShUSAMo MTUM .81e .8 ...q 104.40 75.65 358 103.93 +37.0 iShMrnMCV JKI 2.72e 1.7 ...q 159.57 142.90 10 157.93 +9.3 iShPhilpns EPHE .20e .5 ...q 38.33 31.10 271 37.58 +15.9 iSSP500Val IVE 2.14e 1.9 ...q 115.11 100.97 625 113.72 +12.2 iShNMuBd MUB 2.59 2.3 ...q 111.66 107.62 903 110.23 +1.9 iShUKSC bt EWUS 1.38e 3.3 ...q 43.10 33.44 1 42.41 +25.0siSRTop200V IWX 1.17e 2.2 ...q 52.77 46.79 9 52.58 +11.9 iShIntlDev WPS 1.16e 2.9 ...q 40.28 33.12 9 39.89 +18.7 iShAsia50 AIA 1.02e 1.6 ...q 68.51 45.65 36 65.28 +41.2 iSh20 yrT TLT 3.05 2.4 ...q 129.57 116.49 10305 125.53 +5.4 iSRTop200G IWY .82e 1.1 ...q 74.36 56.15 40 73.93 +31.3 iShRTop200 IWL 1.02e 1.6 ...q 62.23 50.83 3 61.82 +21.4 iShIntSelDv IDV 1.51e 4.2 ...q 34.21 29.34 441 33.68 +13.9 iS Eafe EFA 1.66e 2.4 ...q 70.96 57.31 36722 69.80 +20.9siShGerSC bt EWGS .69e 1.1 ...q 63.40 40.77 3 63.48 +53.2siSRusMCV IWS 1.59e 1.8 ...q 89.59 80.23 321 89.00 +10.7 iShCrLTBd ILTB 2.54 4.0 ...q 65.21 59.76 28 64.20 +5.9siSRusMCG IWP 1.02e .8 ...q 121.20 97.13 212 120.87 +24.1 iShNorC bt ENOR .58e 2.3 ...q 26.59 21.36 32 24.74 +13.8siShRusMid IWR 2.85e 1.4 ...q 209.35 178.40 159 208.30 +16.5 iShMrnSC JKJ 1.78e 1.0 ...q 175.00 153.97 3 173.20 +10.9siShIreland EIRL .55e 1.2 ...q 47.71 36.82 14 47.32 +26.1 iSCorSPMid IJH 1.89e 1.0 ...q 191.55 165.01 1444 189.25 +14.5 iSh10yCBd CLY 2.67 4.3 ...q 63.67 57.64 72 62.64 +6.7 iShiBxHYB HYG 5.09 5.8 ...q 89.04 85.99 10976 87.12 +.7 iShFinlC bt EFNL .51e 1.3 ...q 41.41 32.55 11 39.04 +18.7 iShSft IGV .12e .1 ...q 160.01 108.54 83 156.41 +43.7 iShCorUS n FTY ... ... ... 51.01 47.80 65 49.40 +.3 iShDenC bt EDEN .81e 1.2 ...q 68.97 50.21 8 66.00 +29.4 iShNetw IGN .25e .5 ...q 49.29 42.99 4 49.20 +12.8 iShNATch IGM .73e .4 ...q 172.32 123.55 21 171.01 +38.1 iShResRE REZ 2.01e 3.2 ...q 67.72 60.10 48 62.26 +.4 iSh2019Mun IBMH .27 1.1 ...q 25.65 25.22 61 25.33 iShC&SRE ICF 2.97e 2.9 ...q 104.37 96.79 151 101.48 +1.8 iShKLDSoc DSI 1.11e 1.1 ...q 99.18 82.12 32 98.50 +19.6 iShGbl100 IOO 2.14e 2.3 ...q 94.27 76.58 43 93.78 +22.2 iSh2018Mu IBMG .23 .9 ...q 25.61 25.34 104 25.39 iShConsSv IYC 1.50e .8 ...q 180.12 150.60 8 179.40 +18.8 iShGvCrBd GBF 2.86 2.5 ...q 115.65 111.31 2 113.77 +1.6 iShIndia bt INDA .24e .7 ...q 35.79 26.07 2152 35.49 +32.6siSR1KVal IWD 2.41e 1.9 ...q 125.32 111.60 1461 124.49 +11.1 iSMrnSCG JKK .87e .5 ...q 185.72 144.66 2 178.22 +23.1 iShPoland EPOL .42e 1.6 ...q 27.79 17.73 445 26.62 +46.9 iSMCGth IJK 1.88e .9 ...q 218.64 181.67 51 216.18 +18.6 iShIntGvC GVI 1.99 1.8 ...q 111.75 109.14 113 109.78 -.1 iSR1KGr IWF 1.45e 1.1 ...q 136.40 104.59 1555 135.76 +29.4 iSIndiaSC bt SMIN .10e .2 ...q 51.46 31.84 72 51.13 +56.5 iSRus1K IWB 2.36e 1.6 ...q 150.12 124.11 1011 149.37 +20.0 iSR2KVal IWN 1.98e 1.6 ...q 129.59 112.01 998 126.77 +6.6 iSR2KGr IWO 1.36e .7 ...q 188.57 153.42 562 186.83 +21.4 iSh10-20TB TLH 2.99 2.2 ...q 140.10 131.16 21 135.42 +1.9 iShFltRtB FLOT .32 .6 ...q 50.98 50.70 757 50.89 +.3 iShR2K IWM 1.77e 1.2 ...q 155.41 132.40 22321 153.08 +13.5 iShCorHiDv HDV 2.90e 3.2 ...q 91.25 81.10 269 89.70 +9.1 iShChina MCHI .61e .9 ...q 70.17 42.83 1818 65.12 +48.9 iSEafeMnV EFAV 2.81e 3.9 ...q 73.39 60.63 420 72.54 +18.5siSRus3K IWV 2.47e 1.6 ...q 159.79 132.60 242 158.92 +19.5siSGblMatl MXI 1.02e 1.5 ...q 69.21 54.77 68 69.01 +25.9 iShUtils IDU 4.54e 3.4 ...q 142.50 120.00 46 134.63 +10.5 iSUSAMinV USMV .87e 1.6 ...q 53.59 45.10 1055 53.07 +17.4 iSMrnSCV JKL 2.98e 2.0 ...q 153.18 134.66 6 150.60 +5.5 iShMCVal IJJ 2.16e 1.4 ...q 161.62 142.74 67 159.12 +9.6 iShGblUtil JXI 1.99e 3.9 ...q 53.07 44.25 101 50.98 +14.0 iShTelecm IYZ .68e 2.3 ...q 36.74 27.24 512 29.06 -15.8 iShTech IYW 1.20e .7 ...q 166.78 119.97 107 165.46 +37.6siShGblIndl EXI 1.40e 1.5 ...q 92.79 75.23 147 92.70 +23.0 iShGblCStp KXI 2.19e 2.0 ...q 107.28 91.61 29 106.86 +16.0 iShREst IYR 2.76e 3.4 ...q 83.27 75.16 11860 80.47 +4.6siSGblCnDis RXI 1.39e 1.3 ...q 110.04 90.16 57 109.97 +22.0tiSh0-5Tips STIP ... ... ...q 101.59 99.74 111 99.75 -1.0 iShHmCnst ITB .09e .2 ...q 43.99 27.32 1328 42.79 +55.7siShInds IYJ 1.65e 1.1 ...q 147.33 120.23 39 146.64 +21.6 iShAerosp ITA 1.31e .7 ...q 189.48 140.20 182 187.61 +33.5 iShHltcare IYH 3.01e 1.7 ...q 177.52 143.66 47 175.94 +22.1 iShFinSv IYG 1.21e .9 ...q 132.14 104.83 66 130.53 +22.8 iShRegBks IAT .61e 1.2 ...q 50.93 41.83 120 49.80 +9.7 iShInsur IAK .82e 1.2 ...q 68.07 58.56 6 66.50 +12.1 iShFincls IYF 1.45e 1.2 ...q 121.14 100.62 164 119.28 +17.6 iShBroker IAI .65e 1.0 ...q 63.87 48.95 25 62.84 +27.0 iShUSEngy IYE 1.14e 3.0 ...q 42.38 33.70 338 37.96 -8.6 iShESGSel KLD 1.14e 1.0 ...q 112.25 91.81 14 111.24 +20.9 iShCrSPS s IJR ... ... ...q 78.34 66.54 2189 76.78 iShMedDev IHI 1.57e .9 ...q 178.26 132.60 66 175.69 +31.9 iShGlInfLk GTIP ... ... ... iShConsGd IYK 2.43e 1.9 ...q 128.39 110.43 18 127.15 +14.8 iShHltcPrv IHF .24e .2 ...q 158.23 124.50 6 156.93 +25.3 iShCorTInt IXUS 1.28e 2.1 ...q 63.22 50.04 1036 62.10 +23.0 iShPharm IHE 3.11e 1.0 ...q 161.20 137.16 12 154.48 +9.2 iShBasM IYM 1.42e 1.4 ...q 101.47 82.92 30 101.02 +21.5 iShPeru EPU .70e 1.8 ...q 42.76 31.95 140 38.51 +17.4 iShCorEafe IEFA 1.56e 2.4 ...q 66.57 53.26 3635 65.48 +22.1 iShOilEq IEZ .86e 2.6 ...q 47.83 29.57 143 33.71 -25.8 iShDJ US IYY 2.01e 1.5 ...q 135.13 111.90 32 133.86 +19.5 iShO&GEx IEO 1.06e 1.7 ...q 67.36 50.49 37 61.28 -6.4siShAggrAllo AOA .98e 1.8 ...q 55.88 47.08 136 55.65 +17.9 iShEurope IEV 1.12e 2.4 ...q 47.51 38.27 273 47.36 +22.0 iShGroAllo AOR .81e 1.8 ...q 46.26 40.41 81 46.07 +13.5 iSRusMic IWC 1.08e 1.1 ...q 97.35 81.65 50 95.97 +11.8siShModAllo AOM .71e 1.8 ...q 38.79 35.09 145 38.64 +9.7 iShMorMl bt IYLD 1.33e 4.9 ... 25.94 24.17 36 25.74 +5.9 iSMsciVal EFV 1.66e 3.0 ...q 55.93 46.93 822 54.79 +16.0 iSSCVal IJS 1.73e 1.1 ...q 156.65 132.50 82 153.14 +9.4 iShConsAllo AOK .64e 1.9 ...q 35.00 32.39 114 34.54 +6.2 iShEafeGr EFG 1.37e 1.7 ...q 80.93 63.17 282 80.15 +25.8 iShB3-18xF s IBCC ... ... ...q 24.73 24.55 2 24.59 -.2 iShiB3-20F s IBCD ... ... ...q 24.82 24.41 29 24.48 -.5 iShiB3-23x s IBCE ... ... ...q 24.76 23.90 5 24.20 +.1 iShiB3-16 n IBDA ... ... ... iShBd3-18 s IBDB ... ... ...q 25.73 25.49 5 25.56 -.2 iShBd3-23 s IBDD ... ... ...q 26.95 25.96 6 26.46 +.9 iShBd3-20 s IBDC ... ... ...q 26.38 25.92 5 26.09 iStar STAR ... ... 5 12.74 10.95 652 11.34 -8.3 iStar pfD STARpD 2.00 7.9 ... 26.12 23.95 11 25.30 +3.3 iStar pfG STARpG 1.91 7.5 ... 25.94 23.52 2 25.31 +4.8 iStar pfI STARpI 1.87 7.4 ... 25.94 23.31 0 25.20 +5.0 ITT Inc ITT .51f 1.0 22 54.79 36.93 278 53.57 +38.9 iBio IBIO ... ... ...dd .56 .14 872 .17 -57.2 Idacorp IDA 2.36f 2.5 23 100.04 77.49 163 92.65 +15.0 IDEX IEX 1.48 1.1 32 135.70 88.29 120 132.13 +46.7 iGATE PTI ... ... ... 19.52 ITW ITW 3.12 1.9 26 169.69 120.06 929 167.46 +36.7 Imax Corp IMAX ... ... 50 34.60 17.58 588 24.80 -21.0 ImunC wt rs IMUC/WS ... ... ... .80 .01 1 .04 -95.0 ImunoCll rs IMUC ... ... ...dd 4.27 .17 3246 .31 -84.9tImpacMtg IMH ... ... 4 17.40 10.47 85 10.40 -25.8 ImpOil g IMO .52 ... 15 35.46 27.59 311 29.96 -13.8 IncOpR IOR ... ... 24 12.08 7.13 11.10 +52.1 IndCDrillg ICD ... ... ...dd 7.25 2.72 90 3.64 -45.7 IndepHld IHC .12f .4 25 30.00 16.55 18 28.80 +47.3 IndepRT IRT .72a 7.2 21 10.63 8.57 631 10.06 +12.8 IndiaFd IFN 1.82e 1.6 ...q 28.81 20.39 56 27.89 +30.4 IndiaGCap IGC ... ... ...dd .98 .23 857 .67 +139.3 IndoTel s TLK .67 ... ... 36.19 27.74 175 30.78 +5.6 IndBach IBA .87e 1.5 ... 67.61 45.32 2 59.30 +21.0 Infosys INFY .40e 2.5 17 16.15 13.42 2388 15.99 +7.8 InfrREIT n HIFR 1.00 5.2 17 23.22 16.00 366 19.07 +6.5 InfuSystem INFU ... ... ...dd 2.60 1.20 27 2.35 -7.8 IngerRd IR 1.80 2.1 20 96.23 74.35 1114 86.74 +15.6 Ingevity NGVT ... ... ... 80.18 51.01 157 71.24 +29.9 Ingredion INGR 2.40 1.7 19 142.64 113.07 380 140.33 +12.3 InnovInd n IIPR 1.00f 4.3 ... 26.36 15.45 143 23.47 +29.0 InnoInd pfA IIPRpA ... ... ... 26.51 25.50 8 26.50 +3.9 Innsuites IHT .01 .6 ...dd 2.29 1.23 2 1.63 -27.6 Inphi IPHI ... ... ...cc 51.78 33.00 465 38.92 -12.8 InsightS n INSI ... ... ... 21.10 18.64 10 20.49 +8.4sInsperity s NSP ... ... 29 59.25 34.60 220 58.45 Insperity NSP/O 1.20 1.0 29 118.50 69.20 117.50 +65.6 InspMD wt NSPR.WS ... ... ... .71 .01 .03 -94.9 InspMD wtB NSPR.WSB ... ... ... .06 .01 .01 -25.0 InspMD rs NSPR ... ... ... 3.97 .13 2956 .13 -94.7 InstlldBPd IBP ... ... 37 79.40 40.00 200 73.05 +76.9 InsFnMkt rs IFMI ... ... 10 16.30 10.50 11.60 Instructre n INST ... ... ...dd 36.60 19.00 93 34.10 +74.4 IntegerHl ITGR ... ... ...dd 55.20 29.00 73 46.50 +57.9 Intellichk IDN ... ... ...dd 4.55 1.80 374 2.95 +7.3 IntellgSys INS ... ... ...dd 4.85 3.30 0 4.27 +.7 Intelsat I ... ... ... 7.47 2.60 430 3.30 +23.6sInterXion INXN ... ... ... 59.16 34.35 316 58.37 +66.4 IntcntlExc s ICE .80e 1.1 24 72.99 55.80 3562 71.07 +26.0sIntCtlHtls IHG ... ... ... 62.11 45.41 101 61.74 +33.3 IBM IBM 6.00 3.9 12 182.79 139.13 3989 153.23 -7.7 IntFlav IFF 2.24 1.5 27 156.64 113.16 200 154.40 +31.0 IntlGmeT n IGT .80 3.1 ... 29.36 17.25 1192 26.06 +2.1 IntMktCt n IMC ... ... ... IntPap IP 1.85 3.2 19 58.96 49.60 2558 57.76 +8.9 IntlSeaw n INSW ... ... ... 23.43 13.72 153 17.31 +23.3 IntTower g THM ... ... ...dd .77 .29 364 .43 -22.0 Interpublic IPG .72 3.5 15 25.71 18.30 2384 20.39 -12.9 IntstP pfD IPLpD 1.28 5.0 ... 27.30 24.05 8 25.35 +4.1 inTestCorp INTT ... ... 16 10.25 4.30 35 9.00 +95.7 IntPotash IPI ... ... ...dd 4.63 1.24 1056 3.86 +85.6 Intrexon XON ... ... ...dd 26.99 10.26 1471 11.96 -50.8 Inuvo INUV ... ... ...dd 1.78 .70 79 .82 -51.1 Invacare IVC .05 .3 ...dd 17.95 9.90 268 17.05 +30.7 Invesco24 n IHTA ... ... ... 10.06 10.00 1 10.00 InvHiIn23 n IHIT ... ... ... 10.35 9.57 121 9.70 -5.2 InvAdvMu2 VKI .78 6.9 ...q 11.93 10.80 209 11.23 +.4 Inv Bond VBF .83a 4.2 ...q 20.29 18.17 18 19.63 +6.2 InvCAVal VCV .79 6.3 ...q 13.20 11.97 135 12.56 +3.5 InvDynCrd VTA .90 7.8 ...q 12.59 11.33 241 11.55 -6.1 InvHiInc2 VLT 1.24 8.5 ...q 15.25 14.10 11 14.57 +2.2 Invsco iim IIM .84 5.7 ...q 15.47 14.16 218 14.75 +.8 Invesco IVZ 1.16 3.2 15 37.85 28.75 2394 36.61 +20.7 InvMtgCap IVR 1.64f 9.1 11 18.86 14.15 1906 18.02 +23.4 InvMtg pfA IVRpA 1.94 7.6 ... 25.70 24.23 10 25.38 +4.3 InvMtg pfB IVRpB 1.94 7.6 ... 26.44 23.76 11 25.45 +5.7 InvMtg pfC IVRpC 1.88 7.5 ... 25.73 24.80 50 24.97 -.5 Invsco oia OIA .39 5.0 ...q 8.21 7.10 129 7.91 +10.3 InvMuOpTr VMO .88 7.2 ...q 13.37 12.18 302 12.30 -3.5 InvMuniTr VKQ .82 6.6 ...q 13.04 12.04 243 12.40 +1.1 InvPAVal VPV .79 6.5 ...q 12.68 11.83 137 12.09 -.6 Invsco iqi IQI .76 6.1 ...q 13.04 12.01 262 12.36 -.3 InvSrInco VVR .31 7.2 ...q 4.77 4.26 717 4.36 -6.0 InvTrIG VGM .88 6.7 ...q 13.80 12.59 163 13.20 +3.5 InvTrNY VTN .85 6.2 ...q 14.00 13.13 92 13.63 +2.7 InvTech ITG .28 1.5 ...dd 23.96 17.63 211 18.98 -3.9 InvRlEst IRET .28 4.8 18 7.28 5.60 522 5.79 -18.8 InvRlE pfC IRETpC 1.66 6.4 ... 26.05 24.87 8 25.75 +3.0 Invitae n NVTA ... ... ...dd 11.88 7.21 180 8.56 +7.8 InvitHm n INVH .06p ... ... 24.30 19.80 2596 23.67 +18.4 iPBetaCmd BCM ... ... ...q 32.00 25.00 2 28.12 +3.2 iPS&PWtd SBV ... ... ...q 21.95 19.42 20.85 -4.8 iPBtaCocoa CHOC ... ... ...q 36.77 26.41 2 28.00 -12.3 iPBetaCoff CAFE ... ... ...q 15.54 10.40 1 11.02 -19.3 iPBetaCttn CTNN ... ... ...q 32.94 28.65 29.79 +1.8 iPBetaSug SGAR ... ... ...q 34.08 20.65 1 21.70 -30.3 iPBetaAlu FOIL ... ... ...q 29.84 23.72 28.84 +21.6 iPBetaCopp CUPM ... ... ...q 35.52 27.43 0 34.58 +24.7 iPBetaLead LEDD ... ... ...q 42.06 35.16 42.06 +20.2 iPBetaNick NINI ... ... ...q 21.99 14.71 19.17 +13.3 iPBetaCrOil OLEM ... ... ...q 18.17 12.86 2 16.94 -2.4 iPBetaNGs DCNG ... ... ...q 21.43 16.95 16.95 -16.5 iPBetaAgri DIRT ... ... ...q 33.45 29.17 29.17 -9.7tiPGrains WEET ... ... ...q 35.91 31.00 0 30.86 -7.7 iPBetaSfts GRWN ... ... ...q 27.72 20.62 21.57 -13.0 iPBetaIMet HEVY ... ... ...q 35.00 28.13 31.74 +17.3 iPBetaEgy ONG ... ... ...q 18.62 15.48 16.66 -10.5 iPBtaLvstk LSTK ... ... ...q 47.53 33.31 44.93 +14.2 iPBtaPrMt BLNG ... ... ...q 33.60 29.84 0 32.07 +6.4 iP LXR2K RTLA ... ... ...q 201.05 195.00 201.05 +11.7 iPathLong SFLA ... ... ... 236.94 205.81 214.83 +4.0siPLgEEmM EMLB ... ... ...q 98.25 62.00 0 119.99 +93.5 IronMtn IRM 2.20 5.8 27 41.52 31.90 1502 37.95 +16.8 iShItaly rs EWI ... ... ...q 31.61 23.13 875 30.65 +26.6 iShJapan rs EWJ ... ... ...q 60.70 48.79 6115 59.61 +22.0 iSMlasia rs EWM ... ... ...q 33.78 27.84 599 31.78 +13.2 iShSing rs EWS ... ... ...q 26.84 19.86 669 25.70 +29.0 iSTaiwn rs EWT ... ... ...q 38.46 29.14 2852 35.29 +20.2 iSh UK rs EWU ... ... ...q 35.76 30.30 2858 34.99 +14.0 iSh0-5IGCp SLQD .79 1.6 ...q 50.73 49.94 86 50.25 +.1 iShCmdOpT CMDT ... ... ...q 37.74 33.50 0 35.75 -2.4 iShCvBd ICVT .67e ... ...q 56.56 48.53 7 55.44 +14.0 iShCorEM IEMG .95e 1.7 ...q 57.73 41.70 8313 55.17 +30.0 iSh 10 Cp n LLQD ... ... ... 51.31 49.85 51.31 +2.8 iSh 5-10Cp n MLQD ... ... ... 49.96 49.54 49.70 -.2 iShColomC ICOL .43e 3.0 ...q 15.13 12.71 3 14.13 +9.2 iShEnhBd n IGEB ... ... ... 50.77 50.17 50.67 +1.0 iShDefBd n HYDB ... ... ... 51.96 50.38 50.79 +.2 iShFSIntSC ISCF .12p ... ...q 32.19 23.75 3 31.60 +31.7 iShRs2500 n SMMD ... ... ... 45.00 38.87 1 43.69 +10.1 iShFacSIntl INTF .17p ... ...q 29.14 23.07 73 28.45 +22.5siShArgGl n AGT ... ... ... 30.30 24.18 108 30.35 +21.7siShFS USA LRGF .19e ... ...q 32.26 26.66 96 32.11 +20.2 iShFSUsaSC SMLF .23e ... ...q 40.38 34.50 9 39.67 +12.0 iShFacSGbl ACWF .11p ... ...q 34.07 24.02 3 30.36 +26.0 iSh iBd23 n IBML ... ... ... 25.96 25.05 25 25.17 +.1 iSh IntDv n IDEV ... ... ... 58.50 53.10 1041 58.01 +7.5 iShMgRE rs REM ... ... ...q 48.54 41.65 209 44.44 +5.7 iSh0-5HYCp SHYG 2.38 5.1 ...q 48.07 46.72 339 47.04 -.6 iShDvlValu IVLU ... ... ...q 26.78 21.97 13 26.16 +18.3 iSh 3-10yr n IMTB ... ... ... 51.95 48.41 21 49.52 +1.6 iShSaudi KSA ... ... ... 27.63 23.78 7 25.39 +.5 iSh MinVl n SMMV ... ... ... 29.74 25.85 1 29.39 +13.2 iShIntDevM IMTM .30p ... ...q 30.95 24.49 16 30.34 +22.3 iShIntDevQ IQLT .55p ... ...q 29.74 24.27 23 29.34 +19.8 iShLwCarb CRBN .94p ... ...q 118.03 96.67 6 116.46 +20.4 iShShMBd bt NEAR .35 ... ...q iShDvlSize ISZE ... ... ...q 28.17 23.43 28.14 +20.1 iShCHdEM HEEM 1.26e 1.8 ... 27.36 20.90 23 26.34 +24.2 iShMsciChA CNYA ... ... ... 33.18 24.71 4 31.43 +27.2 iSh IntDvGr IGRO ... ... ... 59.78 48.31 3 58.00 +18.6 iShMultiTc TCHF ... ... ... 41.93 30.13 2 41.71 +38.2 iShMultInd INDF ... ... ... 32.97 28.00 1 32.94 +17.6 iShMultHl HCRF ... ... ... 32.40 25.08 1 31.93 +27.3 iShiB20Mun IBMI .24 ... ...q siShMultMat MATF ... ... ... 34.03 28.02 1 34.31 +23.5siSh MultFin FNCF ... ... ... 36.20 29.72 3 36.01 +19.6 iShMultiEn ERGF ... ... ... 28.33 23.28 0 27.27 -3.0 iShIntHdHi HYGH 4.56 5.0 ...q 92.18 88.33 6 90.88 +1.5 iShCHAust HAUD 1.81p ... ...q 25.23 22.75 3 24.54 +7.2 iSh MultCnS CNSF ... ... ... 26.53 24.21 0 26.53 +9.2 iShCDivGr DGRO .65e 1.9 ...q 35.20 28.83 602 34.81 +20.4 siSh MulConD CNDF ... ... ... 31.13 26.51 0 31.30 +17.9 iSh MultUt UTLF ... ... ... 28.56 24.99 0 27.97 +10.6 iShCHEmu HEZU .64e 1.7 ...q 31.15 26.40 669 30.51 +14.7 iShGblReit REET .94e 3.6 ...q 26.68 24.60 183 26.21 +3.8 iSh AdapJp DEWJ .18p ... ... 29.86 24.21 29.86 +15.1 iSh AdapC DEFA .48p ... ... 29.27 24.59 28.75 +16.9 iSh AdapEu DEZU .56p ... ... 29.76 24.17 29.31 +22.8 iShCoreInt IAGG ... ... ... 54.01 50.99 68 52.37 +1.0 iShEurSC HEUS ... ... ...q 30.27 24.29 29.38 +21.0 iShCorePac IPAC 1.06e 1.8 ...q 60.63 48.77 100 59.03 +20.9 iShEurMV HEUV .98 4.0 ...q 25.74 22.00 24.45 +9.1siShIntHdCp LQDH 2.76 2.8 ...q 97.07 93.59 56 97.00 +3.1 iShCHCda HEWC 1.41e 1.7 ...q 26.78 24.37 1 26.73 +7.0 iShJpMinV JPMV .70e 1.0 ...q 69.33 56.89 3 68.08 +19.6 iShEafeMV HEFV ... ... ...q 27.86 24.27 0 27.70 +12.6 iShEuMinV EUMV .67e 2.7 ...q 25.79 20.86 17 25.15 +18.5 iShCHNk400 HJPX .19p ... ...q 30.79 24.73 1 30.48 +16.1 iShCorEur IEUR 1.18e 2.4 ...q 50.48 40.19 488 49.82 +22.4 iShxJMinV AXJV .84p ... ...q 36.81 28.60 1 35.63 +22.7 iSh2022Mu IBMK .09e ... ...q 26.37 25.19 28 25.68 +1.3 iShEm exCh EMXC ... ... ... 53.61 50.03 2 52.26 +4.3siShYdOpBd BYLD .75 3.0 ...q 26.01 24.48 27 24.95 +1.2 iSh2021Mu IBMJ .07e ... ...q 26.08 25.14 52 25.50 +.9 iSHgxUSHY HHYX .67e ... ...q 27.99 25.92 27.85 +6.7 iShRussia rs ERUS ... ... ...q 35.19 27.18 498 33.02 -1.5 iSCHeafe HEFA .70e 1.5 ...q 30.19 26.05 881 30.02 +14.9 iShCHMex HEWW 1.41p ... ...q 21.71 19.48 0 20.06 -1.7 iShH10yCBd CLYH .31e ... ...q 26.78 24.69 3 26.31 +5.7 iShCHSpain HEWP .31p ... ...q 24.63 19.88 18 22.94 +14.8 iShHEmBd EMBH .30e ... ...q 27.37 25.16 26.49 +5.2 iShCHItaly HEWI .55p ... ...q 17.86 14.31 3 17.28 +14.4 iShShMMu MEAR .27e ... ...q 50.86 49.70 12 49.86 +.2 iSCHEafSC HSCZ .19p ... ...q 31.10 25.53 0 31.05 +21.6tiShUSFxBal FIBR 2.20e ... ...q 101.15 99.87 8 99.92 +.5 iShCHAcxUs HAWX 1.38e 3.9 ...q 27.21 23.10 1 27.01 +16.9 iShGbMM rs PICK ... ... ... 33.28 25.02 181 32.79 +27.4 iShCHAcwi HACW .94e 2.1 ...q 29.40 24.82 29.40 +18.4 iShTrFRBd TFLO .07e .1 ...q 50.27 50.00 50.26 +.2 iShCH UK HEWU .24p ... ...q 24.59 22.51 1 24.33 +7.5 iSh ESG Sl ESGE ... ... ... 74.80 53.62 15 71.98 +32.6 iShCHSwitz HEWL 1.43e 2.3 ...q 27.66 23.54 0 27.01 +14.7 iShEMktMV HEMV ... ... ...q 27.56 23.26 27.56 +16.7 iShLqdty bt ICSH .25e .5 ...q 50.54 49.87 34 50.07 +.3 iShCHJpn HEWJ .74e .5 ...q 33.69 26.93 1228 33.40 +20.1 iShCHSoK HEWY .48p ... ...q 32.01 24.58 30.97 +27.4 iShFacEmg EMGF .13p ... ...q 49.87 34.90 7 47.87 +34.9 iSh iBd26 n IBDR ... ... ... 24.92 23.60 28 24.41 +2.0 iSiBd12-18 s IBDH .30 1.2 ...q 25.50 25.07 61 25.11 -.1 iSiBd12-16 s IBDF .13 .5 ...q 25.04 iSiBd12-20 s IBDL .62e 2.4 ...q 25.75 25.05 110 25.35 +.5 iSiBd12-17 s IBDJ .22e ... ...q 24.96 24.77 24.83 -.2 iSiBd12-19 s IBDK .37e ... ...q 25.11 24.80 75 24.85 -.2 iSiBd12-23 s IBDO .56e ... ...q 25.55 24.41 131 24.93 +.8 iSiBd12-22 s IBDN .55e ... ...q 25.42 24.43 198 24.93 +.6 iSiBd12-25 s IBDQ .64e ... ...q 25.37 24.14 34 24.92 +2.4 iSiBd12-24 s IBDP .63e ... ...q 25.44 24.21 51 24.96 +2.0 iSiBd12-21 s IBDM .47e ... ...q 25.19 24.46 161 24.80 +.4 IsoRay ISR ... ... ...dd .69 .38 108 .42 -27.8 IsraelChm ICL .27e 6.9 ... 4.95 3.85 636 3.94 -4.1 IssuerDir ISDR .20 1.1 63 18.95 8.60 1 18.40 +104.4 ItauCorpb ITCB 2.48e 18.6 ... 14.89 10.28 323 13.30 +6.9 ItauUnibH ITUB .32e 2.6 ... 14.59 9.83 9671 12.44 +21.1 IvyHiInOp IVH 1.50a 10.2 ...q 16.10 14.20 109 14.76 -.1J -JAlexHld n JAX ... ... 29 12.30 9.00 20 10.00 -7.0 JJill n JILL ... ... ... 14.40 4.74 390 7.61 -41.2 JBG Smth n JBGS .23p ... ... 35.64 30.79 488 34.92 -.9 JMP Gp27 n JMPD ... ... ... 25.35 24.90 28 25.23 +1.0 JMP Grp JMP .36 6.7 15 7.70 5.20 22 5.36 -12.7 JMP Gp 23 JMPB 2.00 7.8 ... 26.00 25.14 3 25.69 +1.7 JMP Grp21 JMPC 1.81 7.1 ... 25.51 17.94 25.36 +40.7 JPMCh pfE JPMpE 1.58 5.9 ... 27.70 25.59 47 26.88 +3.5 JPMDvsRt JPGE .96e 1.5 ...q 63.03 50.74 121 62.74 +23.3 JPMIntEq JPIN 1.08e 1.8 ...q 60.79 48.63 82 60.41 +23.4 JPMDvREm JPEM 1.31p ... ...q 58.93 45.31 11 57.70 +24.6sJPM DREq JPUS .26p ... ...q 71.79 59.09 27 71.48 +20.7 JPM DivInt JPIH ... ... ... 30.54 26.13 1 30.42 +16.1 JPMDsfEu JPEU ... ... ... 61.79 48.08 0 61.71 +26.4 JPM DivEu JPEH ... ... ... 29.45 24.74 29.02 +9.1 JPM Val n JVAL ... ... ... 26.25 24.90 26.23 +5.3 JPM Qual n JQUA ... ... ... 25.85 24.93 25.66 +2.9 JPM Mom n JMOM ... ... ... 25.82 24.95 1 25.75 +3.2 JPM MinV n JMIN ... ... ... 25.08 25.08 0 25.08 JPM US Dv JDIV ... ... ... JPM DivAlt JPHF ... ... ... 26.40 25.57 22 26.22 +2.1tJPM FutSt n JPMF ... ... ... 25.33 25.14 7 25.15 -.3 JPM UlSh n JPST ... ... ... 50.23 49.97 16 50.10 +.1sJPM SCap n JPSE ... ... ... 30.18 27.03 7 29.89 +10.1 JPM GlB n JPGB ... ... ... 52.89 50.10 5 51.42 +2.5 JPM Evnt n JPED ... ... ... 25.16 25.00 25.09 JPM Disc n JPHY ... ... ... 52.12 50.33 10 51.24 +1.1 JPM USMid JPME ... ... ... 65.29 54.15 5 64.37 +18.9 JPMorgCh JPM 2.24f 2.1 16 108.40 81.64 11498 106.51 +23.4 JPMCh wt JPM/WS ... ... ... 67.21 40.53 63 65.44 +47.8 JPMCh pfA JPMpA 1.36 5.3 ... 26.06 24.41 34 25.44 +3.2 JPMCh pfB JPMpB 1.68 6.2 ... 27.82 25.80 64 26.93 +.2 JPMAlerian AMJ 2.29 8.4 ...q 34.41 24.93 3969 27.16 -14.1 JPMCh pfY JPMpF 1.53 5.7 ... 27.36 25.25 52 26.85 +5.9 JPMCh pfG JPMpG 1.52 5.6 ... 27.43 25.30 54 27.23 +7.4 JPM FTLgC JFT ... ... ...q 42.00 JPMCh pfH JPMpH 1.54 5.7 ... 27.41 25.54 45 27.11 +5.9 JRJR Ntw JRJR ... ... ...dd .84 .16 289 .22 -70.7 Jabil JBL .32 1.2 15 31.70 22.78 3995 26.75 +13.0 JacobsEng JEC .60 .9 21 69.35 49.31 884 66.39 +16.5 JaggedPk n JAG ... ... ... 15.52 10.96 367 14.71 +1.4 JHardie s JHX .38e 2.2 79 17.28 13.55 11 17.06 +7.3 JanTailRsk TRSK .24e .8 ...q 31.49 27.73 0 31.42 +13.3sAlpVSVolLC SPXH .51e 1.4 ...q 36.90 30.62 4 36.73 +19.9 Jan ShDur n VNLA ... ... ... 50.42 50.20 52 50.23 -.2sJanusHn n JHG ... ... ... 37.64 30.24 800 38.12 +24.6 JpnSmCap JOF .13e 1.1 ...q 12.14 8.30 285 12.10 +43.9 Jarden JAH ... ... 53 58.97 JeldWen n JELD ... ... ... 40.25 25.60 478 38.94 +49.5 JernignC n JCAP 1.40 7.1 11 24.89 18.55 299 19.66 -6.6 Jianpu n JT ... ... ... 8.28 4.75 1160 6.97 -3.2 JinkoSolar JKS ... ... 17 30.50 13.70 408 23.88 +56.8 JBeanTch JBT .40 .4 43 120.55 80.70 128 110.25 +28.3sJHMultLgC JHML .10p ... ...q 35.20 29.04 15 35.05 +20.6sJH MultMdC JHMM .08p ... ...q 34.36 28.70 31 34.28 +19.4 JH MultCns JHMC .07p ... ...q 30.81 25.99 2 30.75 +18.3 JH MultFin JHMF .08p ... ...q 37.56 29.15 9 37.01 +20.9 JH MultHltC JHMH .05p ... ...q 33.88 25.83 7 31.52 +22.0 JH MultTch JHMT .09p ... ...q 42.41 30.73 6 41.90 +36.2 JH MultEn JHME ... ... ... 30.89 24.30 1 28.50 -6.2 JH MultMat JHMA ... ... ... 35.06 28.77 35.06 +21.8 JH SmCap n JHSC ... ... ... 26.25 24.84 2 25.95 +4.2 JH MultDev JHMD ... ... ... 30.55 24.75 7 30.40 +22.0 JH MultUt JHMU ... ... ... 29.74 25.13 1 28.50 +12.9sJH MulCnSt JHMS ... ... ... 27.88 25.01 0 27.90 +11.3 JH MultInd JHMI ... ... ... 35.50 28.47 3 35.14 +23.3 JH HedgEq HEQ 1.50 8.7 ...q 17.95 15.67 18 17.24 +9.7 JH TxAdY HTY 1.28 14.4 ...q 10.25 8.27 98 8.87 -8.8 JohnJn JNJ 3.36 2.4 20 144.35 110.76 5183 141.78 +23.1 JohnContl n JCI 1.00e 2.7 25 44.70 34.51 4018 37.46 -9.1 JonesEngy JONE ... ... 1 4.83 .73 615 .87 -81.1 JonesLL JLL .74f .5 18 155.25 97.60 253 146.87 +45.4 Jumei Intl JMEI ... ... 33 5.05 2.00 1892 2.98 -40.5 JnprNtwk JNPR .40 1.4 15 30.96 23.87 3921 28.44 +.6 Jupai n JP .08p ... 17 29.00 7.36 197 17.18 +97.2 JustEngy g JE .41 ... 9 6.35 4.06 268 4.38 -19.8 JustEn pfA JEpA ... ... ... 27.70 23.05 1 24.65 -1.1K -K12 LRN ... ... 83 21.18 15.07 151 16.61 -3.2 KAR Auct KAR 1.40f 2.8 24 51.49 40.27 1055 50.32 +18.1 KB FnclGp KB ... ... ... 57.60 35.11 99 56.97 +61.4 KB Home KBH .10 .3 22 31.95 15.51 2104 30.69 +94.1 KBR Inc KBR .32 1.6 ...dd 21.25 13.36 1797 19.52 +17.0 KCAPFn 19 KAP 1.84 7.3 ... 25.96 25.05 1 25.19 -1.3sKKR KKR 1.31e 6.3 9 20.77 15.30 4239 20.77 +35.0 KKR pfA KKR.PRA ... ... ... 27.69 25.23 19 26.85 +6.2 KKR pf B KKRpB 1.63 6.2 ... 27.37 25.91 20 26.42 -1.9 KKRFn pfS KFNp 1.84 7.2 ... 26.68 25.26 25.44 -2.0 KKR Inco KIO 1.50a 9.5 ...q 18.63 15.59 115 15.75 -1.7 KKR RE n KREF .99e ... ... 23.99 19.57 209 20.45 -7.5sKMG Chm KMG .12 .2 26 67.14 36.29 178 67.69 +74.1 KT Corp KT ... ... ... 18.82 13.63 446 15.47 +9.8 Kadant KAI .84 .8 25 114.00 56.15 33 99.65 +62.8 Kadmon n KDMN ... ... ... 5.60 2.05 89 3.52 -34.2 Kaman KAMN .80 1.4 31 60.43 45.50 97 58.42 +19.4 KCSo pf KSUp 1.00 3.6 ... 29.50 25.45 0 27.69 -3.2 KC Southn KSU 1.44f 1.3 22 114.85 79.05 828 112.07 +32.1 KapStoneP KS .40 1.8 20 24.98 19.59 958 22.49 +2.0 KaynAEnD KED 1.60 9.8 ...dd 20.46 14.10 73 16.25 -16.4 KA EngTR KYE 1.32m 13.1 ...q 13.05 9.01 309 10.09 -14.6 KA MLP KYN 1.80 10.4 ...q 22.15 14.38 1172 17.29 -11.7 KAMLP pfF KYNpF .88 3.4 ... 26.00 25.16 1 25.42 +.4 KAMidsEn KMF 1.80m 13.3 ...q 17.04 12.25 158 13.53 -14.9 KeanGrp n FRAC ... ... ... 22.93 12.42 800 16.97 -21.6 Kellogg K 2.16f 3.3 16 76.69 58.76 4936 65.47 -11.2 KelsoTch g KIQ .03f 6.5 ... 1.08 .24 35 .46 -52.1 Kemet KEM ... ... 23 27.35 5.78 1667 16.10 +142.8 Kemper KMPR .96 1.4 31 71.52 36.35 70 68.80 +55.3 Kemper 54 KMPA 1.84 7.0 ... 28.25 25.84 6 26.30 +.6 Kennamtl KMT .80 1.7 30 48.91 31.12 679 48.38 +54.8tKennWils KW .76f 4.4 ...cc 22.65 17.70 2007 17.40 -15.1 KenonHld n KEN ... ... ... 20.72 9.96 20.01 +71.8 KeyEngy KEG ... ... ... 38.00 8.20 82 11.22 -64.9sKeycorp KEY .38 1.9 18 20.20 16.28 8487 20.12 +10.1 Keycorp pfI KEYpI ... ... ... 29.97 25.78 85 29.06 +11.1 Keysight KEYS ... ... 32 45.65 35.05 711 43.00 +17.6 KilroyR KRC 1.70 2.3 16 78.33 67.00 304 74.75 +2.1 KimbRoy n KRP 1.24f 7.5 ... 20.89 15.06 18 16.50 -20.1 KimbClk KMB 3.88 3.2 20 136.21 109.67 2373 120.57 +5.7 Kimco KIM 1.12f 6.1 15 26.16 17.02 3793 18.31 -27.2 Kimco pfI KIMpI 1.50 5.9 ... 25.58 24.32 4 25.48 +4.6 Kimco pfJ KIMpJ 1.38 5.4 ... 25.61 23.01 9 25.25 +8.0 Kimco pfK KIMpK 1.41 5.6 ... 25.85 23.18 8 25.34 +8.2 Kimco pfL KIMpL ... ... ... 25.99 24.32 75 24.86 +.3 KindMorg KMI .50 2.8 33 23.01 16.68 9698 17.92 -13.5 KindM pfA KMIpA ... ... ... 50.44 32.18 141 37.28 -23.4 KindredHlt KND .48 5.3 25 11.90 5.50 14768 9.10 +15.9 Kingsway KFS ... ... ...dd 6.50 4.80 22 5.40 -13.6 Kinross g KGC ... ... ...cc 4.91 2.96 8877 4.11 +32.2 KirbyCp KEX ... ... 28 74.50 59.25 533 65.60 -1.4 KirklLak n KL .02e ... ... 15.19 11.52 664 14.30 +17.2 KiteRlty pf KRGp 2.06 8.2 ... 25.03 KiteRlty KRG 1.27f 6.5 6 24.52 17.60 680 19.49 -17.0 KlondexM g KLDX ... ... ... 5.91 2.16 1136 2.41 -48.4 KnSwftT rs KNX ... ... 28 44.43 26.61 895 43.75 Knoll Inc KNL .60 2.8 15 28.40 16.57 160 21.67 -22.4 KnotOffsh KNOP 2.08 10.2 ... 24.68 19.15 129 20.30 -14.0 Knowles KN ... ... 20 19.90 14.11 947 15.20 -9.0sKohls KSS 2.20 4.2 14 53.45 35.16 2893 52.88 +7.1 Koppers KOP 1.00 2.0 14 51.80 33.90 136 50.30 +24.8 KoreaElc KEP ... ... ... 21.59 16.51 271 17.84 -3.5 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 5 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Wednesday, December 20, 2017

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KoreaFd KF 4.50e ... ...q 44.64 31.58 20 44.09 +38.3 KornFer KFY .40 1.0 18 44.08 27.47 366 41.95 +42.5 KosmosEn KOS ... ... ...dd 8.62 5.53 1918 6.84 -2.4 KrNwChin s KFYP ... ... ...q 44.18 27.50 2 33.52 +15.6 KrS ChIn n KWEB ... ... ... 59.07 53.99 560 58.41 +6.2 KranChinA KBA 9.93e ... ...q 36.13 26.55 62 33.98 +27.0 KraneChCm KCNY .22e .6 ...q 35.50 31.90 1 34.65 +8.5 KranShFtse KEMP ... ... ...q 26.74 21.09 26.34 +28.6 KrnChEnv n KGRN ... ... ... 26.57 23.53 1 24.25 -6.7 KrnOnBelt n OBOR ... ... ... 26.01 24.47 1 24.85 -1.2 KrS CnTc n KEMQ ... ... ... 26.08 23.87 25.05 -1.3 KratonCp KRA ... ... 20 51.23 25.09 192 48.36 +69.8 Kroger s KR .50 1.9 14 35.27 19.69 7208 26.95 -21.9 KronosWw KRO .60 2.3 9 29.49 11.88 400 25.68 +115.1 Kyocera KYO ... ... ... 71.92 49.42 32 66.35 +33.3L -L Brands LB 2.40 4.0 19 68.44 35.00 4400 60.34 -8.4 L-3 Tch LLL 3.00 1.6 25 199.97 143.54 309 192.94 +26.8 LCI Inds LCII 2.20f 1.7 23 132.70 86.25 65 129.20 +19.9 LG Display LPL ... ... ... 17.05 11.91 712 13.40 +4.3 LGL Grp LGL ... ... 20 6.70 4.25 3 5.56 +10.8 LMP CapIn SCD 1.24f 8.9 ...q 14.80 13.02 66 14.00 +5.3 LSB Inds LXU ... ... ...dd 11.71 5.55 192 8.46 +.5 LSC Com LKSD .25p ... ... 30.74 13.72 257 15.34 -48.3 LTC Prp LTC 2.28f 5.1 16 52.85 44.91 381 45.08 -4.0 LaQuinta LQ ... ... 50 18.53 11.76 601 18.08 +27.2 LaZBoy LZB .48f 1.5 19 34.25 23.15 326 32.00 +3.1sLabCp LH ... ... 20 164.22 127.12 612 163.95 +27.7 LadderCap LADR 1.26f 9.4 19 15.23 12.83 969 13.45 -2.0 LadThalFn LTS .01p ... ...dd 3.48 2.05 114 3.18 +30.3 LadTh pfA LTSpA 2.00 7.9 ... 25.69 23.85 25 25.24 +5.4 LadThal27 n LTSL 1.63 ... ... LambWst n LW .75 1.3 ... 57.20 35.81 763 55.85 +47.6 Lannett LCI ... ... 9 30.35 14.90 569 26.50 +20.2 LaredoPet LPI ... ... 13 15.55 9.46 2476 9.80 -30.7sLVSands LVS 2.92 4.1 30 71.60 51.35 3318 71.97 +34.8 LaSalleH LHO 1.80 6.2 12 31.87 27.44 1149 28.86 -5.3 LaSalH pfI LHOpI 1.59 6.3 ... 26.00 23.75 2 25.31 +5.1 LaSalHt pfJ LHOpJ 1.58 6.1 ... 26.50 23.21 0 25.61 +10.1 Latam Air LTM ... ... ... 15.06 8.10 1089 13.95 +70.5 LatAmDisc LDF .03e .3 ...q 12.68 9.09 3 11.17 +20.2 LattDvMkt RODM .62e 2.1 ...q 30.17 23.60 19 29.30 +22.6 LattEmMkt ROAM .43e 1.7 ...q 25.55 20.45 3 25.27 +22.8 Latt RE n RORE ... ... ... 16.26 14.34 2 15.62 +4.5sLattUSEqt ROUS .39e ... ...q 31.34 25.24 1 31.32 +21.0 LattGblSC ROGS .57e 1.8 ...q 31.53 25.79 1 31.45 +21.3 HrtLoVol n LVIN ... ... ... 27.79 25.52 27.74 +7.1sLazGlobTR LGI .95 5.4 ...q 17.70 13.62 78 17.59 +28.0 Lazard LAZ 1.64 3.2 14 52.30 40.22 624 51.03 +24.2 LazWldDiv LOR .69 6.1 ...q 11.50 9.84 32 11.34 +14.4 LeafGrp LFGR ... ... ...dd 9.35 6.25 21 8.60 +31.3 LearCorp LEA 2.00 1.1 13 181.37 131.82 391 177.37 +34.0 Lee Ent LEE ... ... 5 3.30 1.75 232 2.40 -17.2 LegacyAc n LGC ... ... ... 1 9.57 LegacyA wt LGC/WS ... ... ... 7 .43 LegacyA un LGC/U ... ... ... 10.05 9.90 37 9.93 -.7 LeggMason LM 1.12 2.7 36 42.08 29.71 993 41.71 +39.5 LegMas56 n LMHA ... ... ... 27.70 24.82 15 26.87 +7.0 LegM 5,4 56 LMHB ... ... ... 25.73 21.46 152 25.34 +17.3 LMGblInco BWG 1.32a 10.3 ...q 13.74 11.60 44 12.83 +8.5 LM IntLoV LVHI ... ... ... 29.13 25.83 5 28.63 +10.3 LM EM LoV LVHE ... ... ... 28.83 25.75 1 28.03 +8.9 LeggPlat LEG 1.44 3.1 19 54.97 43.17 635 46.94 -4.0 LeGS3.5s34 JBK 1.59 6.4 ... 26.71 21.50 24.94 +13.1sLeidosHld LDOS 1.28a 2.0 28 65.26 47.81 915 64.74 +26.6 LejuHldgs LEJU .20e ... 18 5.02 1.28 273 1.41 -70.6 LendingClb LC ... ... ...dd 6.79 3.29 5670 4.05 -22.9 LennarA LEN .16 .3 16 63.94 42.23 2076 61.88 +44.1 LennarB LEN/B .16 .3 ... 52.16 33.94 100 49.02 +42.1 Lennox LII 2.04 1.0 26 213.78 147.54 220 205.97 +34.5 LeucNatl LUK .40 1.6 47 27.34 22.23 1566 25.71 +10.6tLevelBr n LEVB ... ... ... 5.50 4.35 35 4.15 -23.3 LexRltyTr LXP .70 7.1 12 11.42 9.00 946 9.87 -8.6 LexRT pfC LXPpC 3.25 6.4 ... 54.43 49.71 0 51.00 +2.2 Libbey LBY .47 7.0 ...dd 19.84 5.81 160 6.74 -65.4 LbtyASE USA .52e 8.3 ...q 6.27 5.15 530 6.24 +20.9 LbtyASG ASG .38e 6.9 ...q 5.67 4.17 78 5.48 +31.1 LibtProp LPT 1.60 3.7 20 45.40 37.21 876 43.19 +9.3 LifeStorg LSI 4.00f 4.5 20 91.73 69.00 392 88.24 +3.5 LightInBox LITB ... ... ...dd 3.20 1.61 227 1.76 -40.7 LilisEn n LLEX ... ... ...dd 5.69 2.96 164 4.66 +5.0 LincNat LNC 1.32f 1.7 11 78.74 61.45 1502 76.81 +15.9 LincNtl wt LNC/WS ... ... ... 75.41 57.47 72.54 +18.9 Lindsay LNN 1.20 1.3 69 96.22 73.34 97 90.70 +21.6 LineCp n LN ... ... ... 45.30 30.90 104 41.54 +22.1 LionsGat A LGF/A ... ... ... 34.75 24.27 519 33.40 +24.2 LionsGat B LGF/B ... ... ... 33.10 22.50 464 31.35 +27.8 LiqTech LIQT ... ... ...dd .71 .25 110 .47 -27.3 LithiaMot LAD 1.00 .8 15 123.50 80.88 159 119.16 +23.1 LiveNatn LYV ... ... ...cc 46.99 26.44 1149 44.06 +65.6 LloydBkg LYG .47a 13.0 ... 3.87 3.06 3426 3.65 +17.7 LoanCore n LCRT ... ... ... LoanDpt n LDI ... ... ... LockhdM LMT 8.00f 2.5 25 323.94 248.00 862 319.97 +28.0 Loews L .25 .5 17 51.02 45.01 1070 49.64 +6.0 LomaNeg n LOMA ... ... ... 23.92 20.80 510 22.38 +4.1 LaPac LPX ... ... 14 29.44 18.69 1092 26.59 +40.5sLowes LOW 1.64 1.8 20 88.55 70.49 5510 88.86 +24.9 Lubys LUB ... ... ...dd 4.37 2.36 41 2.78 -35.0 LumberLiq LL ... ... ...dd 41.33 14.99 798 31.09 +97.5 LuxferHld LXFR .50 3.4 ... 14.95 10.82 33 14.85 +36.4 Luxoft LXFT ... ... 28 67.85 40.15 154 56.25 +.1 Lydall LDL ... ... 19 63.85 45.45 49 50.80 -17.9 LyonBas A LYB 3.60 3.3 12 110.07 78.01 1883 108.95 +27.0M -M&T Bk MTB 3.00 1.7 20 176.62 141.12 502 173.90 +11.2 M&T Bk wt MTB/WS ... ... ... 101.36 68.29 5 100.70 +21.3 M&TBk pfA MTBp 63.75 6.2 ... 1075.00 1009.50 2 1030.00 -6.0 M&TBk pfC MTBpC 63.75 6.2 ... 1086.00 1000.00 1023.00 -3.3 MAG Slv g MAG ... ... ...dd 16.78 10.05 246 12.11 +9.8 MBIA MBI ... ... ...dd 11.65 6.04 3336 7.19 -32.8 MDC MDC 1.00 3.2 11 34.68 23.66 253 31.55 +32.8 MDU Res MDU .79f 3.0 22 29.74 25.14 652 26.23 -8.8 MFA Fncl MFA .80 10.0 11 8.90 7.56 2522 7.99 +4.7 MFA Fn42 MFO 2.00 7.7 ... 26.05 25.17 0 25.87 +.7 MFA pfB MFApB 1.88 7.4 ... 25.89 23.56 13 25.34 +4.6 MFC Bcp MFCB ... ... ...dd 11.35 7.11 10 7.32 MFS CAMu CCA .60 5.2 ...q 14.00 11.06 3 11.46 +1.8 MCR MCR .72a 8.6 ...q 8.76 8.29 190 8.41 -1.3tMGF MGF .41 8.6 ...q 5.10 4.78 77 4.78 -5.2 MFS HInM CXE .30 5.6 ...q 5.51 4.77 85 5.31 +8.4 MFS HYMu CMU .28 6.0 ...q 4.89 4.30 165 4.57 +3.4 MFS IHI CIF .25 8.6 ...q 3.03 2.52 110 2.87 +11.2 MIN MIN .42 10.2 ...q 4.44 4.09 254 4.12 -7.2 MFS InvG CXH .50 5.2 ...q 10.33 9.09 34 9.64 +2.9 MMT MMT .52 8.6 ...q 6.29 5.93 201 6.02 -.7 MFM MFM .38 5.7 ...q 7.41 6.59 288 6.76 +2.0 MFV MFV .58 9.3 ...q 6.84 5.53 11 6.20 +11.3 MGIC Inv MTG ... ... 14 15.64 9.68 1999 14.71 +44.4 MGMGrPr n MGP 1.68f ... ... 31.83 24.53 924 28.74 +13.6 MGM Rsts MGM .44 1.3 38 34.65 25.15 7430 32.84 +13.9 MI Homes MHO ... ... 15 36.92 22.55 201 34.20 +35.8 MPG pfA MPGpA ... ... ... 25.85 MPLX LP MPLX 2.35f 6.5 ...dd 39.43 30.88 1553 36.26 +4.7 MRC Glbl MRC ... ... ...dd 22.26 14.01 849 16.00 -21.0 MSA Safety MSA 1.28 1.6 28 86.36 65.95 105 79.67 +14.9 MSC Ind MSM 1.92f 2.1 23 105.70 65.42 305 92.07 -.3 MSCI Inc MSCI 1.52 1.2 39 130.58 78.01 384 126.97 +61.2 MSG Netw MSGN ... ... 9 25.30 16.25 489 20.25 -5.8 MV OilTr MVO .76e 10.4 6 7.54 4.80 27 7.25 +16.4 MVC Cap MVC .60f 5.6 ...q 10.88 8.45 64 10.76 +25.4 MVCCap 23 MVCB 1.81 7.2 ... 25.80 24.98 25.29 +.4sMVC 22 n MVCD 1.56 6.1 ... 25.65 25.32 30 25.65 +1.0 MacQUtlDv MFD 1.20 9.7 ...q 14.75 11.24 49 12.38 +8.6 MacQGInf MGU 1.48 6.0 ...q 26.50 19.50 13 24.72 +25.3 Macerich MAC 2.96f 4.5 21 73.34 52.12 1092 65.86 -7.0 MackCali CLI .80 3.7 10 29.70 21.18 379 21.62 -25.1 Macquarie MIC 5.68f 8.8 31 83.48 63.08 919 64.46 -21.1 Macys M 1.51 6.0 9 37.23 17.41 8379 25.25 -29.5 MadCvCall MCN .72 9.5 ...q 8.21 7.40 77 7.55 -1.9 MadSqGd n MSG ... ... ...dd 231.44 166.86 162 214.03 +24.8 MadStSec MSP 1.04 9.1 ...q 12.42 11.29 5 11.45 -3.7 MagellMid MMP 3.62f 5.2 20 81.77 63.55 615 69.05 -8.7sMagna g s MGA 1.10 1.9 10 57.39 39.50 1363 57.19 +31.8 MagnaChip MX ... ... 19 13.40 6.05 254 10.40 +67.7 Maiden prA MHpA 2.06 8.3 ... 26.27 24.34 22 24.91 -3.6 Maiden pfC MHpC 1.78 7.3 ... 26.67 23.66 35 24.41 -5.5 MaidnH pfD MHpD 1.68 7.7 ... 25.05 21.13 50 21.94 -10.5 MaidenHld n MHLA .60 2.5 ... 27.28 22.55 18 23.63 -6.7 MaidHld 43 MHNC 1.94 7.9 ... 27.62 24.09 56 24.69 -8.6 MainStCap MAIN 2.22a 5.6 16 41.79 35.25 328 39.71 +8.0 MainStC 23 MSCA 1.53 6.1 ... 26.60 25.23 8 25.23 -1.9 MainSDTMu MMD 1.18 6.0 ...q 20.49 18.18 144 19.65 +7.4 Majesco n MJCO ... ... ...dd 6.43 4.35 10 5.27 -13.3 Mallinckdt MNK ... ... ... 55.33 19.00 3437 23.11 -53.6 MgdDInvG MZF .74 5.5 ...q 14.17 12.86 27 13.39 +2.1 ManchUtd MANU .36 1.8 1 22.15 14.15 37 20.35 +42.8 Manitowc rs MTW ... ... ... 42.12 21.00 375 39.64 ManngNap MN .32 9.0 51 8.15 3.00 110 3.55 -53.0 ManpwrGp MAN 1.86 1.5 19 131.99 88.39 318 126.29 +42.1 Manulife g MFC .44 ... ... 21.70 16.62 2220 20.83 +16.9 MarathnO MRO .20 1.2 ...dd 18.29 10.55 14164 16.02 -7.5 MarathPt s MPC 1.60 2.5 15 66.38 46.88 3862 64.75 +28.6 MarcusMill MMI ... ... 20 32.38 23.22 125 31.66 +18.5 Marcus MCS .50 1.8 22 34.90 23.85 65 27.85 -11.6 MarinSft rs MRIN ... ... ... 19.19 7.00 7 11.45 MarineP MPX .28 1.9 32 17.12 9.88 22 14.77 +6.5 MarineMx HZO ... ... 21 23.65 13.80 293 20.60 +6.5 Markel MKL ... ... 31 1157.30 887.40 35 1130.91 +25.0 MarriotVac VAC 1.60f 1.2 22 143.53 79.79 194 132.29 +55.9 MarshM MMC 1.50 1.8 23 86.54 66.75 2043 82.52 +22.1 MartMM MLM 1.76 .9 30 244.32 191.09 611 203.67 -8.1 Masco MAS .42 1.0 26 43.79 31.29 3377 43.00 +36.0 Masonite g DOOR ... ... 23 85.30 50.40 151 72.30 +9.9 Mastec MTZ ... ... 15 49.50 34.33 784 46.90 +22.6 MastechD MHH ... ... 11 14.07 5.82 5 9.75 +43.2 MasterCrd MA 1.00f .7 35 154.65 102.98 2627 151.68 +46.9 MatadorRs MTDR ... ... 42 29.76 20.13 653 27.50 +6.8 Materion MTRN .40 .8 40 52.10 31.05 147 48.75 +23.1 MatinasB n MTNB ... ... ... 3.92 1.01 161 1.47 -60.6 Matson MATX .80f 2.7 17 37.32 21.63 209 29.58 -16.4 MauiLand MLP ... ... 22 27.80 6.95 27 16.35 +127.1 MaxarTc n MAXR ... ... ... 67.30 59.98 619 65.40 +5.2 Maximus MMS .18 .3 23 72.29 51.74 268 71.65 +28.4 MaxLinear MXL ... ... 18 32.47 20.38 354 25.59 +17.4 McClatch rs MNI ... ... ...dd 13.92 5.75 21 9.19 -30.3 McCorm vot MKC/V 2.08f 2.0 ... 106.58 89.49 0 101.63 +9.2 McCorm MKC 1.72f 1.7 26 106.50 89.65 642 101.57 +8.8 McDrmInt MDR ... ... 12 8.33 5.56 24302 6.69 -9.5 McDnlds MCD 4.04f 2.3 30 175.78 118.18 2656 173.39 +42.4 McKesson MCK 1.36 .9 13 169.29 133.82 2010 159.97 +13.9 McEwenM MUX .01 .5 ...dd 4.43 1.82 1926 2.09 -28.2 Mechel pf MTLp ... ... ... 1.35 .80 11 .97 -13.4 Mechel rs MTL ... ... ... 6.83 4.16 122 4.48 -21.8 Medequit n MRT .84 7.5 ... 13.06 10.06 221 11.23 +1.2 MedProp MPW .96 6.9 15 14.22 11.90 1962 13.86 +12.7sMedifast MED 1.92f 2.6 36 74.38 40.00 63 72.58 +74.3tMedleyCap MCC .64 12.1 7 8.05 5.28 524 5.30 -29.4 Medley 19 MCQ 1.78 7.0 ... 25.88 25.17 25.26 -.5 MedleyC 23 MCV 1.53 6.1 ... 25.77 23.93 3 25.01 MedleyC 21 MCX 1.63 6.3 ... 26.39 25.15 1 25.93 +1.3 Medley n MDLX .22p ... ... 25.00 23.55 2 24.25 +.7 Medley24 n MDLQ ... ... ... 25.75 24.69 9 25.01 +.5 MedleyMgt MDLY .80 12.3 20 10.35 5.50 13 6.50 -34.3 Mednax MD ... ... 14 72.13 40.56 964 52.02 -22.0 Medtrnic MDT 1.84 2.2 18 89.72 69.35 4913 82.04 +15.2 Merck MRK 1.92f 3.4 14 66.80 53.63 9089 56.23 -4.5 MercGn MCY 2.50f 4.8 20 64.52 51.87 261 52.54 -12.7 Meredith MDP 2.08 3.0 17 72.25 50.63 230 70.50 +19.2 Meritage MTH ... ... 13 55.50 33.40 293 49.55 +42.4 Meritor MTOR ... ... 7 27.96 12.38 800 23.81 +91.7 MerL pfK MERpK 1.61 6.3 ... 26.26 25.01 122 25.65 +2.1 MerL pfP MERpP 1.84 7.0 ... 27.88 25.20 38 26.44 +2.8 ML CZN46 PIY 2.09 14.5 ... 27.24 11.66 10 14.46 -44.0tMLRRD29 PYS 1.58 7.7 ... 25.24 19.80 19 20.55 -3.1 MLGS t PYT .76 3.6 ... 21.79 19.45 2 20.77 +6.3 MLIdxPl33 IPB 1.51 5.4 ... 28.91 26.10 0 28.16 +6.5 MesaRoyl MTR 1.47e 10.1 14 18.00 9.70 13 14.50 +33.0 Mesab MSB 1.49e ... ... 26.50 10.65 63 25.95 +142.5 Methode MEI .44f 1.1 16 48.44 36.05 313 40.10 -3.0 MetLife MET 1.60 3.2 11 55.91 43.01 5667 50.79 +8.6 MetLfe pfA METpA 1.02 4.2 ... 25.67 23.09 72 24.49 +5.2 MetroBkH n MCB ... ... ... 51.30 36.35 414 44.50 +20.2 MettlerT MTD ... ... 38 694.48 408.97 237 635.07 +51.7 MexcoEn MXC ... ... ...dd 7.18 3.13 1 3.96 -20.8 MexEqt MXE 1.62e .1 ...q 12.22 8.69 14 10.40 +13.4 MexEqt pf MXEp ... ... ... 15.11 MexicoFd MXF .70 4.4 ...q 18.24 13.28 41 15.79 +5.1sMKors KORS ... ... 18 63.20 32.38 1866 63.36 +47.4 MicrFoc n MFGP ... ... ... 36.21 30.37 605 33.12 +4.4 MicrSol n MICR ... ... ... 4.29 3.19 0 3.48 -12.3 MidAApt MAA 3.48 3.5 18 110.95 92.50 546 99.50 +1.6 MdAApt pfI MAApI 2.13 3.2 ... 70.00 62.35 0 67.01 +5.4 MidsthBcp MSL .28m 2.0 ...cc 16.60 11.05 28 13.70 +.7 MidstPet MPO ... ... ... 22.54 10.87 82 16.22 -21.8 Milacron n MCRN ... ... ... 19.57 15.09 396 18.53 -.5 MilestnSci MLSS ... ... ... 1.80 .91 92 1.00 -28.6 MHowHiInc HIE 1.39 10.9 ...q 14.17 11.98 90 12.78 +3.1 MillerInds MLR .72 2.8 15 29.00 22.80 27 25.50 -3.6 MinTech MTX .20 .3 16 83.85 62.55 158 68.00 -12.0 MissP pfD MPpD 1.31 5.1 ... 27.37 25.10 25.81 -1.1 Mistras MG ... ... 41 26.46 17.00 49 22.36 -12.9 MitsuUFJ MTU ... ... ... 7.34 5.94 1200 7.25 +17.7sMiX Tele MIXT .22e ... ... 12.19 5.59 55 12.21 +97.3 MizuhoFn MFG ... ... ... 3.85 3.37 193 3.64 +1.4 MobileTele MBT .53e 5.5 ... 11.59 7.77 3491 9.60 +5.4 Model N MODN ... ... ...dd 16.75 8.45 322 15.90 +79.7 Modine MOD ... ... 16 23.95 10.10 218 21.20 +42.3 Moelis&Co MC 1.48 3.1 22 49.05 32.55 236 47.70 +40.7 Mohawk MHK ... ... 21 286.85 198.45 517 276.56 +38.5 MolinaHlth MOH ... ... 56 80.74 42.56 1503 76.51 +41.0 MolsCoor A TAP/A 1.64 2.0 8 108.00 79.84 83.10 -15.2 MolsCoorB TAP 1.64 2.0 24 102.14 76.25 1362 80.70 -17.1 MonRE MNR .68f 3.9 26 18.45 13.68 480 17.54 +15.1 MonRE pfB MNRpB 1.97 7.9 ... 26.44 25.00 25.03 -2.4 MonRE pfC MNRpC 1.53 6.1 ... 26.74 23.06 61 25.00 +6.0 Monsanto MON 2.16 1.9 21 122.80 104.77 4762 116.00 +10.3 Moodys MCO 1.52 1.0 26 153.86 93.51 667 150.15 +59.3 Moog A MOG/A ... ... 22 89.97 60.29 140 87.66 +33.5sMoog B MOG/B ... ... 23 88.74 63.00 1 88.72 +34.1 MorgStan MS 1.00 1.9 15 54.20 40.06 5844 52.93 +25.3 MorgSt pfE MSpE 1.78 6.0 ... 30.32 27.94 232 29.45 +4.7 MorgSt pfF MSpF 1.72 5.9 ... 29.79 26.97 52 28.91 +6.9 MorgSt pfI MSpI 1.59 5.6 ... 29.01 25.66 30 28.20 +9.6 MorgS pfG MSpG 1.66 6.1 ... 28.17 25.33 24 27.14 +6.3 MorgSt pfK MSpK ... ... ... 27.72 24.95 118 27.26 +7.3 MS Asia APF .14e .8 ...q 18.33 12.80 7 18.03 +33.6 MS China CAF 13.33e ... ...q 24.70 16.94 139 23.93 +40.8 MS CushHi MLPY 1.28e 18.3 ...q 8.47 6.38 3 6.98 -13.9 MS EMD MSD .57e 5.7 ...q 10.27 9.00 125 9.96 +9.5 MSEMDDbt EDD .80m 10.3 ...q 8.37 7.08 232 7.77 +8.4 MSEmMkt MSF .05e .3 ...q 18.01 12.91 20 17.37 +31.8 MS icb ICB .54a 3.0 ...q 18.50 17.54 9 18.20 +1.4 MS India IIF .04e ... ...q 36.78 24.55 34 36.42 +42.2 MSJCP97 HJV 1.75 14.5 ... 18.09 10.00 12 12.10 -32.2 MkVRMB CNY ... ... ...q 46.90 38.05 0 42.82 +9.6 MkVRupee INR ... ... ...q 44.58 37.96 0 42.11 +10.9 MSDLEur URR ... ... ...q 21.20 12.65 0 20.00 +30.0 MSDSEur DRR ... ... ...q 65.66 47.09 0 49.32 -24.1 MorgSt pfA MSpA 1.01e 4.4 ... 24.50 21.90 104 22.83 -.7 MosaicAc n MOSC ... ... ... 9.90 9.70 9.70 Mosaic MOS .10m .4 33 34.36 19.23 4164 24.49 -16.5sMotrlaSolu MSI 2.08f 2.2 17 94.96 76.92 1421 93.28 +12.5 Movado MOV .52 1.6 19 33.70 20.50 55 31.70 +10.3 Mueller MLI .40 1.1 21 43.96 27.72 122 35.55 -11.0 MuellerWat MWA .16 1.3 29 14.02 10.84 1098 12.71 -4.5 Mulesft n MULE ... ... ... 29.00 19.40 1421 22.00 -6.0 MurphO MUR 1.00 3.4 ...dd 33.04 22.21 1114 29.10 -6.5 MurphUSA MUSA ... ... 18 81.30 60.44 176 79.05 +28.6 MyersInd MYE .54 2.8 46 22.65 13.20 110 19.00 +32.9 Myomo n MYO ... ... ... 23.20 2.07 1915 3.15 -78.2 Myovant n MYOV ... ... ...dd 18.85 9.92 30 11.76 -5.5N -NCI BldSy NCS ... ... 24 21.20 13.05 448 19.45 +24.3 NCR Corp NCR ... ... 11 49.90 29.20 1374 33.60 -17.2 NGL EnPt NGL 1.56 11.3 ...dd 25.80 8.58 1017 13.75 -34.5 NGL En pfB NGLpB 2.25 9.1 ... 25.04 23.56 158 24.74 +4.2 NL Inds NL ... ... 10 16.05 5.25 76 13.15 +61.3 NQ Mobile NQ ... ... 36 4.50 3.16 886 3.91 +21.4 NRG Egy NRG .12 .4 27 29.78 12.19 5526 27.25 +122.3 NRG Yld A NYLD/A 1.12f 6.1 38 19.91 15.03 289 18.49 +20.4 NRG Yld C NYLD 1.08f 5.8 35 20.15 15.43 498 18.60 +17.7 NTN Buzz rs NTN ... ... ...dd 9.93 3.01 4 4.39 -48.4 NTT DOCO DCM ... ... ... 26.14 22.50 268 23.70 +4.2 NVR NVR ... ... 27 3509.88 1631.78 16 3387.63 +103.0 Nabors NBR .24 4.0 ...dd 18.40 5.32 18048 6.05 -63.1 NACCO NC 1.09f 2.8 5 94.60 23.80 57 38.85 -57.1 NamTai NTP .28 2.3 ...dd 13.30 6.79 16 12.15 +64.2 NanoViric NNVC ... ... ...dd 1.64 .91 481 .98 -8.4 Nashville NASH .75e .8 ...q 29.39 25.34 27.62 +3.5 NatBkHldg NBHC .36 1.1 26 37.08 30.10 114 32.56 +2.1 NatFuGas NFG 1.66 3.0 17 61.25 53.03 425 54.89 -3.1 NatGrid NGG 2.89e 4.9 ... 70.76 56.54 1013 58.41 +.1 NtHlthInv NHI 3.80 4.9 17 81.60 68.96 343 77.73 +4.8 NHltcre NHC 1.92f 3.1 19 78.99 57.73 32 62.05 -18.1 NOilVarco NOV .20 .6 ...dd 41.90 29.90 2348 33.62 -10.2 NatPresto NPK 1.00a 1.0 14 121.40 91.75 29 101.55 -4.6 NatRetPrp NNN 1.90 4.4 20 46.34 36.45 1002 42.94 -2.9 NRetP pfE NNNpE 1.43 5.6 ... 26.38 23.10 11 25.55 +10.6 NtRetP pfF NNNpF 1.30 5.2 ... 25.58 21.54 42 25.01 +15.9sNatlStor n NSA 1.12f 4.1 33 27.41 21.17 813 27.41 +24.2 NtStorAf pfA NSApA ... ... ... 26.30 24.95 23 25.85 +2.3 NtWst pfC NWpC 1.94 7.6 ... 26.80 25.48 25.59 -.2 Nationstar NSM ... ... 11 20.71 14.67 292 18.42 +2.0sNatxIntV n MVIN ... ... ... 46.65 44.94 2 46.67 +3.7 NatGsSvcs NGS ... ... 75 33.40 22.40 75 25.40 -21.0 NatrlGroc NGVC ... ... 33 13.79 4.79 195 9.01 -24.2 NatRsPt rs NRP .23 1.0 9 45.60 22.81 90 24.85 -23.1 Natuzzi NTZ ... ... ... 3.30 1.45 22 1.53 -32.1 Nautilus NLS ... ... 16 19.80 12.25 434 14.40 -22.2 NavideaBio NAVB ... ... ...dd .85 .29 732 .39 -39.0 NavigCons NCI ... ... 17 26.45 14.62 355 19.23 -26.5 NavigatrH NVGS ... ... ... 14.75 7.00 93 10.15 +9.1 NaviosAcq NNA .20 17.4 6 2.11 1.08 411 1.15 -32.4 Navios pfG NMpG 2.19 13.5 ... 19.99 7.18 6 16.22 +115.1 Navios NM ... ... ...dd 2.26 .95 773 1.26 -10.6 NavMH pfH NMpH 2.16 13.5 ... 18.89 7.00 2 16.00 +128.6 NavMMid NAP 1.69 18.3 ... 12.70 6.55 176 9.25 -14.2 NaviosMar NMM 1.69f 73.8 8 2.66 1.40 1243 2.29 +62.4sNavistar NAV ... ... ...dd 45.47 22.89 4696 45.30 +44.4 Navistr pfD NAVpD ... ... ... 18.90 9.33 18.00 +60.6sNeenahP NP 1.48 1.6 21 90.75 72.35 134 90.95 +6.7 Nelnet NNI .64f 1.2 12 59.68 38.72 94 53.87 +6.1 NeoPhoton NPTN ... ... ...dd 12.44 4.56 772 6.99 -35.3 Netshoes n NETS ... ... ... 26.96 5.68 182 8.35 -42.4 Netw1Tch NTIP .10 4.3 78 5.05 2.28 149 2.35 -30.9tNBCAInt NBW .74 5.5 ...q 15.32 13.58 63 13.62 -5.3 NeuB HYld NHS .96 8.3 ...q 12.35 11.29 39 11.62 -.4 NBIntMu NBH .90 6.1 ...q 16.41 14.61 103 14.80 -9.0 NB MLP NML 1.26 ... ...q NBNYInt NBO .58 4.7 ...q 13.06 12.13 34 12.20 -2.6 NBRESec NRO .36 6.6 ...q 5.70 5.07 161 5.46 +1.7 NevGCas UWN ... ... 27 2.86 1.83 112 2.41 +30.3 NevroCorp NVRO ... ... ...dd 99.63 65.00 482 72.26 -.6 Nevsun g NSU .04 1.8 ...dd 3.52 1.96 766 2.22 -28.2 NewAmHi HYB .78a 8.2 ...q 10.20 9.03 77 9.48 +2.4 NewConcEn GBR ... ... 27 3.79 1.00 10 1.34 -38.0 NE Realty NEN 1.00 1.4 2 75.25 59.10 71.95 +18.1 NwGold g NGD ... ... 77 4.41 2.39 2500 3.09 -11.7 NewHome NWHM ... ... 11 13.20 9.75 164 12.30 +5.0 NwIreland IRL 2.15e 1.3 ...q 14.33 11.69 25 12.74 +6.4 NJ Rscs s NJR 1.09f 2.8 22 45.45 33.70 442 39.25 +10.6 NewMedia NEWM 1.48f 8.7 25 17.62 11.87 156 17.00 +6.3 NwMtnFin NMFC 1.36 9.9 10q 15.00 13.55 293 13.80 -2.1 NewOriEd EDU .40e ... 49 94.63 41.81 877 90.89 +115.9 NewRelic NEWR ... ... ...dd 60.85 27.87 386 59.31 +109.9 NewResid NRZ 2.00 11.1 6 18.43 15.03 2841 18.01 +14.6 NewSenInv SNR 1.04 13.6 11 10.82 7.62 789 7.66 -21.8 NY&Co NWY ... ... ...dd 2.85 1.28 48 2.80 +23.3 NY CmtyB NYCB .68 5.1 15 16.25 11.67 3527 13.30 -16.4 NY Cmt pfA NYCBpA ... ... ... 30.39 27.31 18 28.90 -.8 NYCmty un NYCBpU 3.00 5.9 ... 52.30 49.52 3 50.70 +1.8 NY REIT NYRT .46 11.7 ... 5.73 3.75 3215 3.92 -31.4 NY Times NYT .16 .9 26 20.15 13.00 959 18.60 +39.8 NewellRub NWL .92f 3.0 12 55.08 27.46 4993 30.81 -31.0 NewdExp NFX ... ... 15 43.74 24.41 2692 29.84 -26.3 NewMarket NEU 7.00 1.8 21 483.86 377.27 66 396.88 -6.4 NewmtM NEM .30 .8 27 39.63 31.42 3034 36.35 +6.7 NewpkRes NR ... ... ...dd 10.20 6.40 318 8.30 +10.7 NexGen g NXE ... ... ... 2.85 1.82 442 2.66 +10.6 NexaRsc n NEXA ... ... ... 18.65 15.27 149 17.32 -4.0sNexPtCr rs NHF 2.88 11.7 ...q 24.50 21.30 120 24.72 +8.6 NxPtRsT n NXRT 1.00f 3.6 9 29.40 21.38 79 27.49 +23.1 NxtEraLP NEP 1.57f 3.7 14 44.00 25.15 362 42.39 +66.0 NextEra 72 NEEpI 1.28 5.1 ... 25.48 21.64 27 25.27 +15.0 NextEra 73 NEEpJ 1.25 5.0 ... 25.62 21.50 26 25.19 +15.7 NextEra76 NEEpK ... ... ... 25.99 21.92 90 25.79 +16.8 NxtEra pfQ NEEpQ 3.19 4.6 ... 71.39 55.94 0 69.94 +22.2 NextEraEn NEE 3.93 2.6 23 159.40 117.33 1471 154.10 +29.0 NxtEra pfR NEEpR ... ... ... 58.03 48.25 66 56.11 +14.6 NiSource s NI .70 2.8 21 27.76 21.65 1958 25.30 +14.3 NiaM pfB NMKpB 3.60 3.7 ... 102.00 92.50 96.12 +.2 NiaM pfC NMKpC 3.90 3.8 ... 107.80 96.15 0 101.58 +4.9 Nielsen plc NLSN 1.36 3.6 21 45.73 34.22 2428 37.50 -10.6sNikeB s NKE .80f 1.2 27 65.08 50.35 8002 64.24 +26.4 NoahHldgs NOAH ... ... 25 48.30 21.64 176 44.83 +104.4 NobilisH n HLTH ... ... ... 2.80 1.10 399 1.35 -35.7 NobleCorp NE .08 2.1 6 7.80 3.14 7027 3.79 -36.0 NobleEngy NBL .40 1.5 ...cc 40.89 22.99 5891 27.23 -28.5 NobleMid n NBLX 1.76 ... 13 56.33 35.56 138 49.64 +37.9 NokiaCp NOK .17e 3.6 ... 6.65 4.50 6157 4.67 -2.9 NomadF n NOMD ... ... ... 16.90 9.46 670 16.37 +71.1 Nomura NMR ... ... ... 6.80 5.28 113 5.92 +.3 Norbord n OSB 1.29e 3.8 ... 41.88 23.69 85 33.76 +33.7 NordicAOff NAO .18 15.1 ... 2.95 .80 158 1.19 -56.7tNordicAm NAT .66e 25.9 ...dd 9.39 2.58 3072 2.55 -69.6 Nordstrm JWN 1.48a 3.2 15 50.32 37.79 1207 46.51 -3.0sNorkSo NSC 2.44 1.7 24 143.92 105.89 1402 143.72 +33.0 NortelInv NTL .64e 1.3 ... 51.97 23.00 50.99 +95.7 NoAmEn g NOA .08 ... ... 5.70 3.70 34 4.70 +22.1 NEurO NRT .66e 10.3 7 8.20 5.94 36 6.38 -3.3 NoWestCp NWE 2.10 3.5 19 64.47 55.65 275 59.92 +5.4 NDynMn g NAK ... ... ... 3.45 1.06 5852 1.80 -13.0 NthnO&G NOG ... ... 20 4.00 .63 916 1.61 -41.5 NorthropG NOC 4.00 1.3 27 311.15 223.88 564 307.12 +32.0 NStREur n NRE .60 4.4 ... 14.70 11.15 136 13.73 +9.2 NwstNG NWN 1.88f 3.1 25 69.50 56.54 211 60.55 +1.3 NorwCruis NCLH ... ... 19 61.48 42.04 1575 55.59 +30.7 NovaBay rs NBY ... ... ...dd 5.00 2.25 26 2.90 -12.1 NovaGld g NG ... ... ...dd 6.21 3.35 3101 4.01 -12.1 Novartis NVS 2.75e 3.2 17 86.90 69.53 1096 84.73 +16.3 NovoNord NVO .96e 1.8 ... 53.49 32.83 1007 52.79 +47.2 NOW Inc DNOW ... ... ...dd 22.86 9.75 1278 10.43 -49.0sNuSkin NUS 1.44 2.1 25 68.60 47.10 280 67.77 +41.8 Nucor NUE 1.52f 2.4 25 66.00 51.67 2851 62.43 +4.9 Nush EnhYl NUAG ... ... ... 24.87 23.98 15 24.51 +.9tNush 1-5yr NUSA ... ... ... 25.18 24.82 0 24.81 -1.3 NushLCGr NULG ... ... ... 31.60 25.53 1 31.45 +24.8 NushLCVal NULV ... ... ... 28.95 24.85 2 28.93 +15.7sNushMCGr NUMG ... ... ... 29.38 24.81 2 29.48 +18.8sNushMCVal NUMV ... ... ... 28.13 24.80 2 28.18 +13.7 NushSmCap NUSC ... ... ... 28.88 24.17 6 28.64 +16.2 NushShTrm NURE ... ... ... 27.05 24.74 0 27.04 +8.4 NushEsg ef NUDM ... ... ... tNus AgBd n NUBD ... ... ... 25.60 24.92 4 24.91 -.5 NushEs ef NUEM ... ... ... NustarEn NS 4.38 14.5 42 55.64 26.21 420 30.18 -39.4 NustEn pfA NSpA 2.13 8.6 ... 27.50 23.83 34 24.68 -8.5 Nustar pfB NSpB 1.91 8.4 ... 25.75 21.84 81 22.65 -11.2 Nustar pfC NSpC ... ... ... 25.55 25.26 98 25.40 -.2 NustarGP NSH 2.18 15.0 7 31.50 13.50 204 14.50 -49.8 Nustar 43 NSS 1.91 7.6 ... 26.62 24.62 134 25.28 -2.0 NuvNYVl2 n NYV ... ... ... 15.50 14.16 4 14.39 -7.0tNuvCr22 n JCO ... ... ... 10.10 9.66 204 9.60 -4.2 Nuv Mun21 NHA ... ... ... 10.96 9.29 78 9.38 -5.4 NuvHiInO n NMZ ... ... ... 13.91 13.39 138 13.67 +1.6 Nuv Pf22 n JPT ... ... ... 27.14 24.76 28 25.10 +.6 Nuv 11-21 n JHB ... ... ... 10.15 9.82 89 9.88 -1.8 NuvCA V2 n NCB ... ... ... 18.40 16.79 6 17.25 -4.9 NvHiInDc19 JHD ... ... ... 10.36 9.95 34 9.99 -1.1 Nuv RE In JRS ... ... ... 11.90 10.53 130 11.06 +2.7 NuvMO Pr NOM ... ... ... 17.58 14.36 7 14.77 -1.6 NuvAllCEn JMLP 1.37 15.9 ...q 11.51 7.56 99 8.61 -14.3 NuvAZ NAZ .80 5.5 ...q 15.43 13.40 7 14.48 +3.5 NuvBldAm NBB 1.34 6.2 ...q 22.11 20.03 46 21.70 +5.2 NBldAmOp NBD 1.30 5.7 ...q 22.90 20.49 19 22.68 +8.4 NCaAMTFr NKX .86 5.6 ...q 16.17 14.10 69 15.43 +7.8 NCADvA NAC .91 6.4 ...q 15.58 13.93 476 14.29 +1.1 NCalMunV NCA .47 4.6 ...q 10.96 9.89 98 10.20 -2.2 NuvCASel NXC .63a 4.2 ...q 17.32 14.25 11 15.09 +2.7 NCTDv2 pfC NGKpC .26 2.6 ... 10.02 tNCTPI NTC .68a 5.8 ...q 12.57 11.89 75 11.88 -3.2 NuvCorEqA JCE 1.21a 7.6 ...q 16.19 13.02 78 15.92 +21.7 NvCredStr JQC .62 7.6 ...q 9.06 8.00 775 8.13 -8.1 NvDvrsDiv JDD 1.04 8.5 ...q 13.25 11.11 52 12.28 +9.9 NuvDivA NAD .85a 6.1 ...q 14.46 13.19 528 13.97 +.1 NuvEnhM NZF .83a 6.1 ...q 13.52 -5.9 NvDow30DO DIAX 1.06 5.7 ...q 18.74 14.95 82 18.60 +24.0 NuEnMLP JMF 1.35 12.2 ...p 14.55 9.89 250 11.06 -18.3 NEnhMuV NEV .96a 6.8 ...q 15.25 13.56 205 14.22 +1.6 NuvFloat JFR .72 6.5 ...q 12.34 10.66 369 11.13 -4.6 NuvFltOp JRO .76a 6.7 ...q 12.93 10.55 176 11.31 -7.2 NvGADiv2 NKG .64a 5.1 ...q 13.55 12.50 35 12.65 -.6 NuvGblHIn JGH 1.58 9.5 ... 17.45 15.68 286 16.70 +4.4 NuvHi2020 JHY .68 6.8 ...q 10.50 9.84 57 9.96 -2.4 NuvHIDec18 JHA ... ... ...q 10.35 9.77 132 9.87 -1.9 NuvEnhMu NVG ... ... ... 15.83 14.04 457 15.30 +5.8 NNYAmtF NRK .70 5.5 ...q 13.44 12.51 171 12.85 +.3 NuvAmtFr NEA .75a 5.5 ...q 14.18 12.94 512 13.67 +2.5 NuvIntMu NID .68 5.2 ...q 13.77 12.51 96 13.11 +3.1 NvIntQMu NIQ .57 4.4 ...q 13.49 12.20 59 12.96 +5.4 NMDPI NMY .67a 5.3 ...q 13.27 12.20 65 12.57 +1.0 NvMAP NMT .71a 5.0 ...q 15.00 12.93 3 14.25 +8.4 NMIQI NUM .74 5.6 ...q 14.05 12.90 26 13.22 -.9 NuvMNMu NMS .80 5.5 ...q 18.12 14.50 14 14.66 -6.6 NuvMtgOp JLS 1.52 5.8 ...q 26.07 23.77 37 25.96 +7.9 NuMtgOp2 JMT 1.53 6.2 ...q 25.00 22.74 26 24.84 +7.3 NuvMultM JMM .48 6.4 ...q 7.76 7.16 7 7.51 +2.9 NvMuI NMI .50a 4.3 ...q 13.30 11.10 48 11.49 +2.4 NuvMuVal NUV .39a 3.9 ...q 10.46 9.41 334 10.06 +5.2 Nv AMT-Fr NUW .78a 4.4 ...q 18.59 16.10 24 17.73 +9.0 NuvNJDiv NXJ .82a 6.0 ...q 14.04 12.95 83 13.56 +3.0 NuvNJMV NJV .59a 4.1 ...q 17.01 14.55 14.39 -13.1 NNYDvA NAN .80a 5.8 ...q 14.57 13.22 90 13.70 +2.1 NNYMV NNY .39a 4.1 ...q 10.65 9.42 109 9.55 +.7 NuvNYSel NXN .55 4.1 ...q 14.37 13.01 14 13.42 +1.4 NNCPI NNC .59a 4.5 ...q 13.67 12.67 52 12.94 NOHQI NUO .80 5.4 ...q 15.46 14.27 62 14.86 +2.3 NvPA NQP .81a 6.1 ...q 13.78 12.67 135 13.20 +.9 NuvPaMV NPN .62a 4.2 ...q 17.50 14.81 14.99 -11.9 NuvPf&Inc JPI 1.95a 7.8 ...q 25.61 22.58 40 24.89 +8.5 NvPfdInco JPC .80 7.8 ...q 10.75 9.52 290 10.37 +5.4 NuvQPf2 JPS .70 6.8 ...q 10.47 8.95 486 10.27 +10.3 NuvREAst JRI 1.49a 8.5 ...q 19.00 15.56 87 17.44 +10.8 NuvEqtP BXMX 1.00 7.1 ...q 14.54 12.53 206 13.98 +9.9 NEqPrmG SPXX 1.04 6.2 ...q 17.64 14.10 37 16.79 +16.6 NvSMM NIM .31a 3.1 ...q 10.55 9.62 79 9.92 +1.7 NSTFI NXP .55a 3.8 ...q 15.16 13.70 37 14.66 +5.5 NSTFI2 NXQ .53a 3.8 ...q 14.33 13.10 41 14.02 +5.3 NSTFI3 NXR .55a 3.7 ...q 15.67 13.73 19 14.89 +5.1 NuvSnIn NSL .42 6.5 ...q 7.16 6.30 138 6.44 -5.2tNuShDCrd JSD 1.16a 7.0 ...q 18.55 16.57 61 16.57 -5.3 Nv TA Div JTD 1.23 7.2 ...q 17.34 13.76 33 17.16 +23.2 NvTxATR JTA 1.04 7.6 ...q 13.91 11.26 53 13.69 +20.9 NTXQI NTX .65 4.5 ...q 14.94 13.58 10 14.47 +5.5 NVAPI NPV .65a 5.1 ...q 13.46 12.55 49 12.80 -1.3sNuverEnv n NES ... ... ... 17.76 9.25 66 17.70 +81.5O -OCI Ptrs OCIP .49e 6.2 ...dd 10.35 6.76 37 7.85 -6.0 OFG Bncp OFG .24 2.6 8 13.85 7.80 343 9.30 -29.0 OFG pfA OFGpA 1.78 7.4 ... 25.70 21.57 5 23.94 -5.8tOFG pfB OFGpB 1.75 8.0 ... 25.13 22.03 21 21.98 -12.5 OFG pfD OFGpD 1.78 7.6 ... 25.24 22.24 4 23.31 -1.7 OGE Engy OGE 1.33 4.0 18 37.41 32.85 1124 33.34 -.3 OM AsstM OMAM .32 1.9 18 17.22 13.20 335 16.85 +16.2 ONEGas OGS 1.68 2.3 25 79.51 61.42 204 74.23 +16.1 OaktreeC OAK 2.60f 6.3 11 48.50 36.95 266 41.25 +10.0 OasisMid n OMP ... ... ... 18.93 15.57 153 18.00 +5.7 OasisPet OAS ... ... ...dd 16.42 6.69 12888 7.87 -48.0 Obsidian g OBE ... ... ... 2.05 .82 1246 1.18 -33.3 OcciPet OXY 3.08 4.3 ...cc 72.96 57.20 4166 70.90 -.5 Oceaneerg OII .60 3.1 ...cc 29.53 17.11 697 19.37 -31.3 Och-Ziff OZM .87e 32.6 ...dd 3.95 2.15 6233 2.67 -19.3 OcwenFn OCN ... ... ...dd 5.98 2.12 1240 3.21 -40.4 Oi SA C OIBR/C ... ... ... 9.71 3.82 64 5.40 +36.0 OilStates OIS ... ... ...dd 41.25 20.23 835 26.40 -32.3 Oil-Dri ODC .84 1.9 22 50.82 31.35 4 44.54 +16.6 OldRepub ORI .76 3.6 17 21.19 17.92 1677 20.83 +9.6 Olin OLN .80 2.4 47 37.52 25.43 1074 34.03 +32.9 Om Asst 31 OMAA 1.28 5.1 ... 25.30 21.48 8 25.00 +15.1 OmegaHlt OHI 2.60f 9.4 10 35.14 26.43 2241 27.59 -11.7 OmegaP OME .20 ... 17 26.99 14.50 649 22.00 -12.2 Omnicom OMC 2.40f 3.2 15 87.43 65.32 1915 73.87 -13.2 Omnova OMN ... ... 32 11.60 8.10 227 9.70 -3.0 OnAssign ASGN ... ... 24 65.73 42.95 186 64.14 +45.2sOnDeckCap ONDK ... ... ...dd 6.32 3.29 506 5.89 +27.2 OncoCyte n OCX ... ... ... 7.85 3.60 28 6.45 -8.5 OneLibrty OLP 1.80f 6.6 15 27.70 21.96 71 27.25 +8.5 OneMain OMF ... ... 10 33.39 21.50 819 25.20 +13.8 ONEOK OKE 2.98 5.7 32 59.47 47.14 2349 51.86 -9.7 Ooma n OOMA ... ... ...dd 12.30 7.30 70 11.20 +24.4sOppLgCap RWL .72e 1.4 ...q 51.64 43.40 33 51.47 +18.5 Opp RUT n OMFS ... ... ... 26.30 24.99 2 26.09 +4.4sOppMidCap RWK .59e .7 ...q 60.97 53.65 10 60.59 +12.0 OppSmCap RWJ .59e .8 ...q 71.14 60.34 29 69.75 +3.9sOppUltDiv RDIV 1.15e 3.1 ...q 37.48 32.12 50 37.01 +8.0 OpR1000V n OVLU ... ... ... 26.57 25.07 0 26.57 +5.9 OpR1000L n OVOL ... ... ... 0 26.18 OpR1000S n OSIZ ... ... ... 25.97 25.05 25.67 +2.2 OpR1000Y n OYLD ... ... ... 0 26.20 sOp R1000D n OMFL ... ... ... 26.14 24.90 2 26.23 +4.9 OpIntRev n REFA ... ... ... 27.93 25.65 1 27.64 +7.7 OpGlbRv n RGLB ... ... ... 27.53 25.62 0 27.34 +5.9sOpp Rev n ESGL ... ... ... 30.98 27.62 0 31.16 +10.9 OppGlRv n ESGF ... ... ... 31.37 27.83 1 31.26 +10.6 OppenFin RWW .58e .8 ...q 69.69 56.98 4 69.10 +20.0 OpEMRev n REEM ... ... ... 27.84 25.82 1 27.36 +5.9 OppenHldg OPY .44 1.6 ...dd 29.00 15.10 76 27.55 +48.1 Oracle ORCL .76 1.6 21 53.14 38.30 26370 47.82 +24.9tOragenics OGEN ... ... ...dd .85 .26 588 .24 -55.6 Orange ORAN .41e 2.4 ... 17.63 14.68 524 17.41 +15.0 OrbitATK OA 1.28 1.0 23 134.59 85.51 372 132.30 +50.8 OrchidIsl ORC 1.68 18.3 14 12.60 9.18 2224 9.20 -15.1 OrchidsPP TIS 1.40 10.8 31 30.38 8.31 79 13.01 -50.3 OrientPap ONP ... ... 4 2.45 .75 297 1.30 +12.1 OrionECarb OEC .72 ... ... 25.45 17.15 400 24.05 +27.6 OrionGpHl ORN ... ... ...dd 11.11 5.17 107 7.76 -22.0 Orix IX ... ... ... 89.51 73.70 18 85.08 +9.3 OrmatTc ORA .32 .5 28 66.46 51.44 244 62.87 +17.3sOshRusS n OUSM ... ... ... 27.54 24.76 50 27.23 +5.8 OshIntQ n ONTL ... ... ... 27.85 25.13 1 27.61 +9.7 OshkoshCp OSK .96f 1.1 23 94.16 61.74 432 89.71 +38.8 OsiskoGl n OR .20 ... ... 14.39 9.01 374 10.78 +10.9 OutfrontM OUT 1.44 6.3 13 27.89 20.82 696 22.96 -7.7 OversSh wi OSG/WI ... ... ... 2.75 OverSh rs OSG ... ... ... 5.66 1.96 762 2.25 -41.3 OwensMin OMI 1.03 5.3 11 37.02 17.75 2042 19.40 -45.0 OwensCorn OC .84f .9 22 91.40 50.77 800 88.76 +72.1 OwensIll OI ... ... 10 25.90 17.31 1376 22.43 +28.8 OwensRM ORM .40 2.5 11 19.16 15.26 17 15.95 -13.9 OxfordInds OXM 1.08 1.5 22 73.62 49.50 139 72.48 +20.5P-QPBF Engy PBF 1.20 3.7 70 34.22 18.48 1394 32.80 +17.6 PBF Logist PBFX 1.88f 9.4 9 22.70 18.05 103 19.90 +9.3 PCM Fund PCM .96 8.5 ...q 12.13 9.75 135 11.27 +12.7 PG&E Cp PCG 2.12f 4.1 12 71.57 49.83 3609 52.05 -14.3 PGT Inc PGTI ... ... 34 16.55 10.00 177 16.20 +40.9 PHH Corp PHH ... ... ...dd 15.66 10.89 266 11.10 -26.8 PIMCO1-3Tr TUZ .34a .7 ...q 51.00 50.17 1 50.33 -.6 Pimc1-5Tip STPZ .53e 1.0 ...q 52.90 51.79 108 51.84 -1.2 Pim15TIPS LTPZ .42e .6 ...q 69.23 63.69 12 67.88 +4.5 PimBrdTIPS TIPZ .80e 1.4 ...q 61.03 55.96 1 57.77 +.6 PimLwDur LDUR 2.82e 2.0 ...q 103.00 100.00 7 100.66 +.3 PimcoTR BOND 6.13e 5.8 ...q 107.65 103.09 91 106.07 +1.9 Pim0-5HYCp HYS 5.21e 5.2 ...q 101.95 99.25 397 100.29 +.4 PimIGBd CORP 3.12a 3.0 ...q 106.25 101.38 29 105.22 +2.9 PimShMat MINT .82e .8 ...q 101.87 101.26 391 101.66 +.3 PimIntMu MUNI 1.26 2.4 ...q 54.58 52.27 15 53.50 +2.1 PimSTMun SMMU .47e .9 ...q 50.80 49.40 7 50.09 +1.4 Pim25yrZro ZROZ 3.07e 2.6 ...q 124.10 105.32 23 119.58 +10.1 PJT Part n PJT .20 .4 39 46.17 30.03 83 45.15 +46.2 PLDT Inc PHI 1.60e 5.5 ... 38.54 26.45 183 29.29 +6.3 PNC pfP PNCpP 1.65 5.8 ... 30.06 27.01 63 28.44 +4.2 PNC pfQ PNCpQ 1.34 5.3 ... 25.79 23.35 15 25.29 +7.1 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page6 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Wednesday, December 20, 2017

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PNC PNC 3.00 2.1 18 147.28 113.66 2633 145.10 +24.1 PNC wt PNC/WS ... ... ... 79.83 46.80 1 79.14 +60.5 PNM Res PNM 1.06f 2.5 21 46.00 33.35 362 42.50 +23.9 POSCO PKX ... ... ... 79.20 50.37 118 75.82 +44.3 PPDAI n PPDF ... ... ... 13.68 6.88 541 7.26 -44.8 PPG s PPG 1.80f 1.5 20 119.85 94.46 1059 116.31 +22.7 PPG wd PPG/WD ... ... ... 138.47 PPL Cap 73 PPX 1.48 5.8 ... 26.75 24.50 15 25.63 +2.5tPPL Corp PPL 1.58 4.9 14 40.20 33.22 7582 32.42 -4.8 PQ GrpH n PQG ... ... ... 17.65 14.65 455 16.62 -3.4 PS BusPk PSB 3.40 2.7 27 137.60 108.97 77 125.21 +7.5 PSBPk pfT PSBpT 1.50 6.0 ... 25.60 24.15 25.02 +2.9 PSBPk pfU PSBpU 1.44 5.7 ... 25.66 23.18 13 25.15 +8.0 PSBPk pfV PSBpV 1.42 5.7 ... 26.65 22.99 12 25.09 +7.7 PS BusP pfY PSBpY ... ... ... PS BusP pfX PSBpX 1.31 5.2 ... 25.50 24.70 38 25.07 -.8 PS BsPk pfW PSBpW ... ... ... 25.77 21.34 9 25.25 +17.1 PVH Corp PVH .15 .1 18 139.52 84.53 1001 136.60 +51.4 PcrTrnd750 PTLC ... ... ...q 29.12 23.78 171 28.95 +21.6sPcrTrnd450 PTMC ... ... ...q 31.54 26.59 113 31.27 +17.6sPcrTrnd100 PTNQ ... ... ...q 30.88 22.87 42 30.68 +34.1 PacrCash n GCOW ... ... ... 34.59 26.66 23 31.53 +17.4 PacrTrendp PTEU ... ... ... 31.97 23.57 34 31.00 +29.4 Pacr Wlth n PWS ... ... ... 25.33 24.88 80 25.24 +1.0 Pac Cash n CALF ... ... ... 26.46 22.60 26.31 +6.9sPacDvCsh n ICOW ... ... ... 29.06 25.13 3 28.95 +15.2 PacCashCow COWZ ... ... ... PacifCstOil ROYT .11e 7.0 4 2.23 .94 251 1.55 +44.9 PacDrill rs PACD ... ... ...dd 5.06 .37 .38 -90.7 PacGE pfA PCGpA 1.50 4.9 ... 33.50 29.77 2 30.81 +.6 PacGE pfB PCGpB 1.37 4.9 ... 33.00 26.76 0 27.95 -.9 PacGE pfC PCGpC 1.25 4.7 ... 29.01 24.94 0 26.39 +5.7 PacGE pfD PCGpD 1.25 4.7 ... 26.95 25.02 1 26.32 +2.3 PacGE pfE PCGpE 1.25 4.8 ... 29.48 24.81 0 26.30 +2.7 PacGE pfG PCGpG 1.20 4.6 ... 32.05 23.63 0 25.95 +3.8 PacGE pfH PCGpH 1.12 4.4 ... 29.54 22.95 25.33 +9.1 PacGE pfI PCGpI 1.09 4.3 ... 26.84 23.76 2 25.35 +6.7 Pacif pf PPWp 5.00 5.0 ... 100.26 PackAmer PKG 2.52 2.1 21 120.75 84.01 746 118.84 +40.1 PalatinTch PTN ... ... ...dd 1.05 .29 1420 .82 +63.0 PaloAltNet PANW ... ... ...dd 157.65 107.31 715 148.94 +19.1 PampaEng PAM ... ... ... 71.39 31.52 290 65.09 +87.0 Pandora P ... ... ...dd 13.72 4.44 5301 4.90 -62.4 PanhO&G PHX .16 .8 ...cc 25.30 17.55 17 20.80 -11.7 ParPetr rt PARR/r ... ... ... .06 ParPetrol PARR ... ... 35 21.94 12.96 224 19.86 +36.6 ParTech PAR ... ... 23 11.79 5.25 13 9.30 +66.7 ParaGold n PZG ... ... ... 2.10 1.16 80 1.24 -30.3 ParamtGp PGRE .38 2.4 ... 17.58 15.14 1556 15.75 -1.5 Paretem rs TEUM ... ... ...dd 3.75 .50 39297 1.65 ParkEl PKE .40 2.0 42 20.24 16.00 60 19.62 +5.2 ParkHot n PK 2.20f 7.6 ... 31.46 24.65 2003 28.90 -3.3 ParkNatl PRK 3.76 3.5 20 122.88 92.42 40 106.19 -11.3 ParkDrl PKD ... ... ...dd 2.90 .85 1089 .94 -64.0sParkerHan PH 2.64 1.3 24 198.53 139.49 942 198.07 +41.5 ParsleyEn PE ... ... 73 37.72 22.98 3022 26.84 -23.8 PartRe pfF PREpF 1.47 5.8 ... 26.24 23.81 7 25.42 +4.4 PartRe pfG PREpG 1.63 6.0 ... 27.59 25.47 20 27.00 +4.2 PartRe pfH PREpH 1.81 6.3 ... 30.82 27.07 43 28.96 +6.1 PartRe pfI PREpI 1.47 5.5 ... 27.08 23.20 3 26.59 +13.1 PartyCity n PRTY ... ... 12 17.05 9.50 470 11.80 -16.9 PaycomSft PAYC ... ... 78 86.10 42.52 477 82.51 +81.4 PeabodyE n BTU ... ... ... 36.58 22.58 630 36.40 +32.1 PeabEn pfA BTUp 2.13 ... ... Pearson PSO .80e 8.4 ... 10.13 7.04 317 9.58 -4.1 Pebblebrk PEB 1.52 4.0 22 38.96 26.21 515 38.36 +28.9 Pebble pfC PEBpC 1.63 6.3 ... 26.65 24.25 1 25.79 +6.3 Pebbleb pfD PEBpD 2.09 8.1 ... 26.99 23.59 8 25.91 +9.7 Pedevco rs PED ... ... ... 1.69 .27 32 .31 Pembina g PBA 1.50 ... 26 36.29 30.32 447 34.79 +11.1 PengthE g PGH .04 ... ...dd 1.50 .54 641 .79 -44.2 Penney JCP ... ... 15 8.80 2.35 16923 3.04 -63.4 PennaRE PEI .84 7.6 13 19.92 9.32 1301 11.04 -41.8 PenRE pfB PEIpB 1.84 7.3 ... 25.83 24.82 6 25.11 +.4 PenRE pfC PEIpC 1.80 6.9 ... 27.78 24.27 2 26.20 +4.2 PenRE pfD PEIpD 1.72 6.9 ... 25.83 24.87 32 24.97 -.1 PennyMFn PFSI ... ... 7 22.40 15.65 147 21.85 +31.2 PennyMac PMT 1.88 11.9 17 18.46 14.87 666 15.86 -3.1 Penny pfA PMTpA 2.03 8.1 ... 25.84 24.66 24 25.19 +1.8 PennyM pfB PMTpB ... ... ... 25.45 24.74 8 25.30 +1.6 Penske PAG 1.28f 2.6 12 55.26 38.33 631 48.55 -6.3 Pentair PNR 1.38 2.0 22 71.76 55.76 916 69.19 +23.4 Penumbra n PEN ... ... ...dd 116.35 63.05 179 94.40 +48.0 PepsiCo PEP 3.22 2.7 24 119.74 101.06 3395 118.61 +13.4 PerfFood n PFGC ... ... 32 32.00 21.70 442 31.75 +32.3sPerkElm PKI .28 .4 27 74.11 50.59 529 73.84 +41.6 Prmian PBT .63e 7.2 25 10.30 7.61 118 8.83 +14.5 Perrigo PRGO .64 .7 ...dd 91.73 63.68 866 85.89 +3.2 PetChina PTR .70e 1.0 ... 81.80 60.69 60 68.94 -6.5 PetroArg PZE .07e ... ... 13.91 6.25 43 12.57 +79.1 PetrbrsA PBR/A ... ... ... 10.73 6.96 4338 9.21 +4.5 Petrobras PBR ... ... ... 11.71 7.61 8123 9.62 -4.8 PtroqstE rs PQ ... ... ...dd 4.75 1.53 48 1.62 -51.1 Pfenex PFNX ... ... ...dd 9.79 2.07 4351 3.38 -62.7 Pzer PFE 1.28 3.5 15 37.35 30.90 13380 36.94 +13.7 Pzer wd PFE/WD ... ... ... 28.25 PhlpsSelEn DSE 1.26 22.4 ... 8.40 5.03 249 5.63 -25.7 PhilaEn n PESC ... ... ... PhilipMor PM 4.28 4.0 22 123.55 89.97 4305 108.12 +18.2 PhilipsNV PHG .88e 2.3 ... 42.35 28.71 996 39.01 +27.6 Phillips66 PSX 2.80 2.8 18 100.46 75.14 1320 99.14 +14.7 Phill66LP PSXP 2.58f 5.0 21 58.00 44.40 354 51.13 +5.1 PhoenixCo n PFX ... ... ... PhxNMda FENG ... ... 96 8.14 2.43 238 6.72 +114.0 PhysRltTr DOC .92f 5.0 22 21.85 17.25 4172 18.24 -2.6 PiedmOfc PDM .84 4.2 9 23.08 19.10 738 20.03 -4.2 Pier 1 PIR .28 6.7 12 9.23 3.96 2782 4.16 -51.3 PimUS Eq n MFUS ... ... ... 27.88 25.01 1 27.81 +11.2 Pim IntEq n MFDX ... ... ... 26.63 25.32 0 26.58 +4.9 PimEmMkt MFEM ... ... ... 25.71 24.30 1 25.45 +1.6 PimcoCA PCQ .92 5.3 ...q 17.89 15.02 13 17.34 +10.6 PimcoCA2 PCK .65 6.3 ...q 10.42 9.10 55 10.16 +10.2 PimcCA3 PZC .72 6.9 ...q 12.97 10.14 93 10.38 -8.5 PimcoCp&I PCN 1.35 8.1 ...q 17.95 14.56 81 16.75 +13.3 PimCpOp PTY 1.56a 9.5 ...q 17.22 14.24 303 16.35 +14.3 PimDyCrd PCI 1.97 8.8 ...q 23.45 20.00 453 22.27 +10.1 PimDyInco PDI 2.65a 8.9 ...q 31.20 27.62 172 29.91 +8.0 PimcIncStr PFL 1.08 9.3 ...q 12.44 10.40 95 11.58 +9.6 PimIncStr2 PFN .96 9.3 ...q 10.89 9.34 202 10.33 +8.9 PimStPls PGP 2.20 14.3 ...q 19.85 14.03 115 15.36 +9.2 PimcoHiI PHK 1.24 16.8 ...q 9.97 7.19 609 7.38 -19.5 PimIncOpp PKO 2.28a 8.8 ...q 27.27 22.99 55 25.91 +11.9 PimcoMuni PMF .98 7.5 ...q 15.53 12.74 65 12.94 -10.1 PimcoMu2 PML .78 5.9 ...q 13.56 12.03 135 13.25 +8.4 PimcMu3 PMX .75 6.5 ...q 12.28 11.00 82 11.70 +2.9 PimcoNY PNF .68 5.4 ...q 13.63 11.76 41 12.49 +4.7 PimcoNY2 PNI .80 6.7 ...q 13.00 11.13 18 11.93 -.6 PimcNY3 PYN .63 6.4 ...q 11.07 9.29 17 9.92 -1.0 PimcoStrIn RCS .96 11.0 ...q 10.65 8.62 123 8.74 -.6 PinnaclFds PF 1.30 2.3 25 66.67 52.49 1378 57.40 +7.4 PinWst PNW 2.78f 3.2 19 92.42 75.79 480 86.59 +11.0 PionDvrsHi HNW 1.38 8.8 ...q 16.88 15.22 19 15.64 -2.4 PionEnSvc PES ... ... ...dd 7.20 1.60 536 2.45 -64.2 PionFltRt PHD .72 6.3 ...q 12.45 11.40 127 11.48 -3.3 PionHiIn PHT 1.14 11.8 ...q 10.54 9.47 107 9.70 -5.0 PioMuAdv MAV .84 7.4 ...q 12.00 10.61 92 11.41 -3.4 PioMunHi MHI .84 7.1 ...q 12.35 11.31 94 11.82 -.4 PioNtrl PXD .08 ... ...cc 199.83 125.46 1269 160.20 -11.0 PiperJaf PJC .31p ... 13 82.56 52.75 86 80.70 +11.3 PitnyBw PBI .75 6.7 7 16.60 9.50 1482 11.22 -26.1 PitnyBw 43 PBIpB 1.67 6.8 ... 26.96 21.46 131 24.67 -3.5 PlainsAAP PAA 2.20 10.7 25 33.74 18.38 2911 20.58 -36.3 PlainsGP rs PAGP 1.54 ... 22 35.86 18.98 1309 21.52 -37.9 PlanetFit n PLNT ... ... 53 34.44 18.32 1276 34.11 +69.7 Plantron PLT .60 1.2 17 58.27 41.28 229 51.93 -5.2 PlatfmSpc PAH ... ... 14 14.82 9.11 21988 10.13 +3.3 PlatGpM rs PLG ... ... 1 2.45 .28 1534 .29 -79.9 PlyGem PGEM ... ... 14 20.00 14.55 103 18.40 +13.2 PlymInd n PLYM 1.50p 8.2 ... 19.00 16.50 11 18.22 -.4 PlymInd pfA PLYMpA 1.88 7.5 ... 26.07 24.75 3 25.00 +.8 PolarStarR PSRT ... ... ... Polaris PII 2.32 1.9 35 134.66 77.91 651 123.65 +50.1 PolyMet g PLM ... ... ...dd .97 .57 400 .69 -6.7 PolyOne POL .70f 1.6 20 46.79 31.68 414 43.88 +37.0 PortGE POR 1.36 2.9 20 50.11 42.41 694 46.43 +7.2 PostHldg POST ... ... ...cc 89.04 75.76 738 77.85 -3.2 Potash POT .40 2.0 36 20.27 15.74 5466 19.63 +8.5 PowrREIT PW ... ... ...dd 8.69 6.00 1 6.10 -13.1 PwREIT pfA PWpA ... ... ... 26.55 25.00 25.60 +1.6 PS AlphaQ PQY ... ... ...q PSActUSRE PSR 2.33e 1.8 ...q 83.71 73.35 9 81.49 +11.0 PS SPXDn PHDG .41e 1.3 ... 27.63 23.99 0 27.44 +14.4 PS GrMult PSMG ... ... ... 14.03 12.63 13.80 +8.5 PS BalMul PSMB ... ... ... 13.54 12.78 1 13.42 +5.0 PS ModCon PSMM ... ... ... 13.28 12.69 13.25 +4.4 PS Consrv PSMC ... ... ... 12.98 12.80 12.97 +1.1 PSCrudeDS DTO ... ... ...q 173.13 92.50 1 96.92 -7.7 PwSBMetS BOS ... ... ...q 24.60 16.09 0 19.80 -11.4 PSBMetDL BDD ... ... ...q 10.26 6.16 1 9.25 +44.8 PSBMetDS BOM ... ... ...q 19.70 7.05 0 7.25 -47.8 PSCrudeLg OLO ... ... ...q 4.98 3.71 3 4.83 +1.3 PSCrudeSh SZO ... ... ...q 100.57 72.12 76.64 -2.0 PwshDB DBC ... ... ...q 16.55 13.69 1563 16.03 +1.2 PwShCurH DBV ... ... ...q 26.03 22.85 6 23.65 -4.7 PS Engy DBE ... ... ...q 14.47 10.78 16 13.99 +1.3 PS PrcMet DBP ... ... ...q 40.26 34.51 19 37.18 +6.7 PS Silver DBS ... ... ...q 28.85 23.50 0 24.71 -.6 PS Agri DBA ... ... ...q 21.00 18.18 579 18.37 -8.0 PS Oil DBO ... ... ...q 9.93 7.40 106 9.73 +.5 PS Gold DGL ... ... ...q 43.28 36.56 2 40.10 +8.3 PS BasMet DBB ... ... ...q 19.07 14.74 69 18.50 +24.0 PS USDBull UUP ... ... ...q 26.83 23.66 559 24.30 -8.2 PS USDBear UDN ... ... ...q 22.74 20.18 123 22.14 +8.2 PShPuLgGr PXLG .42e .9 ...q 45.98 33.55 40 45.60 +35.8 PShPuLVal PXLV .76e 2.0 ...q 39.09 34.34 3 38.62 +12.4 PSAerDef PPA .50e .9 ...q 54.42 41.51 57 53.92 +29.2 PwShBio PBE .57e 1.2 ...q 51.17 38.61 17 46.32 +19.4 PS BldCns PKB .07e .2 ...q 35.01 27.43 41 34.02 +22.1sPwSClnEn PBW .07e .3 ...q 25.58 3.66 16 25.31 +587.7 PS EnEx PXE .50e 2.3 ...q 24.13 17.35 9 21.68 -6.1 PwSFoodBv PBJ .41e 1.2 ...q 34.10 30.89 6 33.78 +.9 PwSLgCG PWB .21e .5 ...q 41.75 31.86 24 41.60 +30.3 PwSLgCV PWV .69e 1.8 ...q 39.38 33.59 90 39.07 +15.9sPwShLeis PEJ .15e .3 ...q 44.18 39.50 5 44.14 +10.3 PowShMkt PWC .97e 1.0 ...q 95.56 79.98 4 94.49 +17.0 PwShMda PBS .27e .9 ...q 29.49 26.19 4 28.47 +8.6 PwSMidGr PXMG .19e .4 ...q 43.00 31.03 9 42.54 +37.1 PwSMidVal PXMV .64e 2.1 ...q 32.47 29.67 3 31.11 -.1 PwShNetw PXQ ... ... ...q 48.05 40.24 47.18 +16.9 PS OilSv PXJ .28e 3.1 ...q 13.74 7.99 15 8.98 -29.7 PwSPharm PJP 3.84e 4.2 ...q 67.35 54.12 30 64.59 +15.3sPS Retail PMR .34e .9 ...q 37.42 32.00 1 37.50 +4.3sPwSSmGr PXSG .08e .2 ...q 32.29 25.62 2 32.05 +23.3 PwSSmVal PXSV .60e 2.0 ...q 31.25 27.39 4 30.53 +.7 PwSSemi PSI .04e .1 ...q 55.53 35.81 106 51.66 +43.1 PwShSoft PSJ .10e .2 ...q 67.28 47.03 4 64.67 +37.1 PSS&PQlty SPHQ .38e 1.2 ...q 30.64 25.89 93 30.49 +17.3 PwSZMicro PZI .15e .8 ...q 19.86 17.23 0 19.26 +3.1 PSWHPrgE PUW .17e .6 ...q 27.10 24.08 0 26.59 +3.0 PSPrivEq PSP .66e 5.4 ...q 12.98 10.98 81 12.25 +10.3 PSFinPf PGF 1.11 5.9 ...q 19.17 17.86 229 18.87 +5.1 PSCleantch PZD .44e 1.0 ...q 43.15 32.59 16 42.44 +29.8 PSR2KEqW EQWS .41e .9 ...q 43.62 37.74 43.33 +9.9 PSRslMdC EQWM .49e 1.0 ...q 47.71 41.63 0 47.38 +13.5 PSRussl200 EQWL .80e 1.5 ...q 52.95 43.18 4 52.74 +22.1sPS US1K PRF 1.91e 1.7 ...q 113.75 99.25 73 113.19 +13.7 PS EmgInf PXR .50e 1.4 ...q 37.80 30.30 3 35.43 +15.6 PS US Ag n PBND ... ... ... 25.01 24.93 25.01 +.2 PS Dv exNA PBDM ... ... ... 26.05 25.35 2 25.90 +1.9 PS USA SC n PBSM ... ... ... 26.59 25.96 26.59 +2.4 PS USA Pt n PBUS ... ... ... 26.74 25.70 26.72 +4.0 PS SP500 n SPMV ... ... ... 27.53 25.24 27.53 +8.8 PS Rs1000 n USEQ ... ... ... 27.67 24.69 27 27.56 +8.8 PS SP SC n XSHQ ... ... ... 27.49 24.10 27.12 +10.9sPS SP Val n SPVM ... ... ... 28.83 24.80 2 28.67 +14.8 PS SP IntD IDHD ... ... ... 30.24 25.35 0 28.63 +12.4 PS SC High XSHD ... ... ... 27.33 23.25 4 25.28 -2.2 PS TrCol n CLTL ... ... ... 106.03 105.27 105.29 -.1 PS LowVRot DWLV ... ... ... 31.31 25.54 8 30.95 +21.2 PSBldABd BAB 1.31 4.3 ...q 30.98 28.82 316 30.45 +4.7 PSEuCurLV FXEU .35e ... ...q 24.26 13.41 6 13.60 -34.7 PSJpnLwV FXJP .10p ... ...q 32.01 25.79 31.74 +19.3 PSEurpcLV FXEP .43p ... ...q 29.11 24.99 29.11 +16.5 PS LowVol XRLV .46 1.4 ...q 34.00 27.89 32 33.93 +21.5 PSR1KEqW EQAL .39e 1.3 ...q 31.12 26.83 53 30.84 +14.6 PS VarPfd VRP 1.20 4.7 ...q 26.49 24.49 376 25.62 +4.1 PS ContrOp CNTR .26e .8 ...q 33.11 28.64 33.11 +11.3 PS SCLowV XSLV .73e 1.6 ...q 48.33 41.54 102 46.42 +6.9 PS MCLwV XMLV .64e 1.4 ...q 46.85 40.28 168 45.45 +11.9 PS SPX HiD SPHD 1.30 3.1 ... 42.94 39.06 303 42.40 +8.2 PS EMLwV EELV .60e 2.4 ...q 25.31 20.60 115 24.72 +18.3 PS EMkMom EEMO ... ... ... 22.06 14.43 70 20.74 +43.7 PSS&PMom SPMO ... ... ...q 34.84 27.00 1 34.51 +27.0 PS IntLwV IDLV 1.11e 3.3 ...q 34.03 28.07 82 33.38 +17.3 PSS&PVal SPVU ... ... ...q 35.25 27.57 2 34.87 +16.3 PSSPIntDv IDMO .59e 2.1 ...q 28.04 22.31 27.70 +22.9 PSShTHYB PGHY 1.08 4.5 ...q 24.81 23.19 61 23.85 -2.4 PS YuanDS DSUM .77 3.4 ...q 24.00 21.50 17 23.02 +6.7 PS FdIGBd PFIG .67 2.6 ...q 26.70 25.06 38 25.47 +1.0 PS SrLoan BKLN 1.01 4.8 ...q 23.46 22.96 4372 22.97 -1.7 PS SP LwV SPLV .85 1.8 ...q 48.48 41.36 1470 47.77 +14.9 PS SP HiB SPHB .49e 1.2 ...q 43.00 35.68 95 42.27 +15.5 PS IntlBd PICB .57 2.1 ...q 27.79 23.98 11 27.24 +11.2 PS CEFInc PCEF 1.91 8.1 ...q 24.24 22.25 118 23.70 +5.8 PSVrdoTF PVI ... ... ...q 24.96 24.85 12 24.92 -.1 PShCalMu PWZ .80 3.1 ... 26.50 25.00 57 26.15 +3.2 PShNYMu PZT .86 3.5 ... 24.80 23.65 7 24.40 +2.0 PShNatMu PZA .87 3.4 ... 25.90 24.71 259 25.56 +2.7 PSHYCpBd PHB .84 4.4 ...q 19.14 18.55 2237 18.84 +.3 PwShPfd PGX .86 5.7 ...q 15.20 14.17 1738 14.92 +4.8 PShEMSov PCY 1.50 5.1 ... 30.23 28.16 1020 29.38 +4.0 PShGClnEn PBD .17e 1.3 ...q 13.23 10.33 9 12.83 +23.3 PSEmgMkt PXH .49e 2.3 ...q 22.30 17.81 144 21.56 +18.8 PSDvMxUSs PDN .53e 1.6 ...q 34.42 26.75 27 33.87 +25.4 PSDvxUS PXF 1.11e 2.5 ...q 45.32 37.32 91 44.91 +19.6 PShIntlDev IDHQ .33e 1.4 ...q 24.30 19.02 1 23.83 +24.1 PSAsxJ PAF 1.91e 3.3 ...q 59.85 47.01 1 57.95 +22.4 PSIndia PIN .12e .5 ...q 26.05 18.91 35 25.88 +34.2 PSS&PBW PBP 1.07e 3.2 ...q 23.00 21.22 43 22.74 +6.9 Praxair PX 3.15 2.0 27 156.40 115.00 1568 154.17 +31.6 PrecDrill PDS .28 ... ...dd 6.14 2.26 3112 2.51 -53.9 PfdAptCm APTS 1.00f 4.9 ...dd 22.71 12.42 346 20.59 +38.1 Prestige rs PBH ... ... 4 298.15 40.11 465 44.60 Pretium g PVG ... ... ... 12.53 7.43 984 10.69 +29.7 Primerica PRI .80f .8 20 106.40 68.90 154 102.95 +48.9 PrinEdgAIn YLD .75e ... ...q 42.10 40.24 2 41.37 +2.7 PrinActGl GDVD ... ... ... 27.55 24.97 27.55 +9.3 Prin Cont n PVAL ... ... ... 25.49 25.45 25.49 +.2 Prn MegC n USMC ... ... ... 26.41 25.11 0 26.35 +4.6