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The


Herald-Advocate


Hardee County's Hometown Coverage


110th Year, No. 50
4 Sections, 32 Pages


Thursday, November 18, 2010


OFFICIALLY ABOARD


Photo By MICHAEL KELLY
Recently elected or re-elected officials took their oath of office on Tuesday. In the
morning (upper photo), Hardee County commissioners Grady Johnson (left) and Sue
Birge are sworn in by Hardee Circuit Judge Marcus J. Ezelle. Later (lower photo),
School Board members Jan Platt, Paul Samuels and Thomas Trevino take the oath of
office from Hardee County Judge Jeff McKibben.


Who Wi


Find out who will be crowned
the next Wauchula Idol this
Friday.
The second annual competi-
tion tests talent and crowd
appeal, and is a featured show
at Main Street Wauchula Inc.'s
popular Friday Night Live
event. Friday Night Live will
run from 5 to 9 p.m. in down-
town Wauchula, in and around
Main Street Heritage Park.
Bring your lawn chairs and
enjoy the vocal stylings of some
of this county's best local
singers.
Contestants already have
gone through two grueling
rounds of competition to make
it to the final round at Friday
Night Live. And they are ready
to put on a show!
On Tuesday night of this
week, Round 2 of the Wauchula
Idol competition was held.
Judges narrowed the contest-
ants from eight to six. Those
six will go on to the Final
Roulhd.
During Friday Night Live,
each of the six singers will be
scored on three songs. There
will be first, second and third
places awarded, plus the Peo-
ple's Choice winner.
Winners of first, second and
third get a cash prize and also
will appear throughout the year
at various Hardee County
events.
People's Choice is selected


Be Next


through monetary donations.
The singer with the most money
wins, and will take home 50
percent of the cash.
So, who will it be? The final-
ists are Dusty Mendoza, Eliza-
beth Deloera, Danielle Milby,
Christina Monnin, Jeremy


Christian and Lacey Crutch-
field.
Judges will score contestants
on two songs each before a win-
ner is named. But wait, there's
more-the audience can vote as
well! Bring your cash or bring
See IDOL 2A


Where Is He Now?

Tony Stockton Still Making Music
By MESQUA FIELDS
For The Herald-Advocate
It seems the quaint little county of Hardee is home to impressive
talent.
Tony Stockton, a well-known resident of Wauchula, won the
first-ever Wauchula Idol contest last year, and went on to win the
Colgate Country Showdown hosted by FM-106.9 The Bull.
Stockton is a youth minister at First Christian Church of
Wauchula, and is originally from Bradenton. His entire family
plays an instrument.
"I sang forever, and finally I realized that I needed to play gui-
tar, or at least an instrument," says Stockton. "So I picked up gui-
tar." He received his first guitar at Christmas-a gift from his
mom-when he was 21.
Many people are inspired to become musicians through listening
to favorite bands. Others are just daring-trying something new to
see if they're any good at it. Music was all around Stockton's fam-1
ily. "It almost comes naturally. It's almost something you're sup-
posed to do. I started out singing and proceeded from there," Stock-'
ton says.
Stockton wrote his first song a few months after receiving thatI
guitar. It was the same song he played in the showdown, and it is
titled "Superman." The song is about his grandfather's influence,
what he's done for him and taught him through life.
See WHERE 2A


Photo BY CYNTHIA KRAHL


4 Face Assault Charges


By CYNTHIA KRAHL
Of The Herald-Advocate
A 38-year-old Lakeland man
is facing three criminal counts
for alleged sexual assaults on a
14-year-old Wauchula girl
while he was here babysitting
young children.
The man, whose name is
being withheld hi The Herald-
Advocate to protect the identity
of his alleged victim is olde of
four suspects recently arrested


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INDEX
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Courthouse Report ... 5C
Crime Blotter ....... 5D
Hardee Living .......2B
Information Roundup .6A
Obituaries .......... 4A




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by the Hardee County Sheriff's
Office for alleged assaults on
children.
The man is accused of repeat-
ed sexual assaults on the girl.
,whom he allegedly threatened
with bodily harm if she told
anyone of the sexual activity.
The last alleged incident oc-
curred on Nov. 6, ending with
the man reportedly choking the
gil after she refused to submit
to him, sheriff's Maj. Randy
De, said.
A 9-year-old boy stopped the
attack, he said.
The Lakeland man was ar-


rested by Bowling Green police
following a traffic stop four
,days later. He was jailed on
multiple charges, and remains
in the Hardee County Jail with-
out bond pending trial.
The man will be arraigned in
Hardee Circuit Court on Tues-
day of next week.
Appearing in Circuit Court
on Dec. 14 will be Terry Lamar
Pelham. 33. of 116 S. Second
Ave., Wauchula. He is charged
with a single count of lewd bat-
tery. Dey said he is alleged to
have had sexual intercourse
See ASSAULT 2A


Well-Known Bands In Concert Here


By HAILEY SELPH
For The Herald-Advocate
Seventh Day Slumber's
"Take Everything" tour will be
making a stop in Hardee
County this Saturday night.
This well-known and Dove
Award-winning Christian band
will be playing at the Hardee
County Agri-Civic Center off
Altman and Stenstrom roads in
Wauchula. Doors open at 6:30
p.m. and the concert will begin
at 7.
Other bands that will be per-
forming at this event are Man-
afest and The Letter Black.
The concert will be at least
three hours long. Admission is
$18 in advance and $20 at the
door. For groups of 15 or more
that pay in advance, tickets are
$16 per person.
The youth pastor of Echo stu-
dent ministries, Reson Holt, and
his wife. Aislynn, were the ones
who made this event possible.


Seventh Day Slumber is one of
Reson Holt's favorite bands.
SHe is currently linked with
them on both Facebook and
Twitter.
One Sunday evening Holt
saw on Facebook that they were
trying to line up their new tour.
He sent their manager a mes-
sage, asking whether they
would make a stop in Hardee
County, and they agreed to do
so.
All of the proceeds from this
concert will go to help fund
Echo Student Ministries on a
foreign mission trip planned for
the year 2012.
The reason for holding this
concert is not only to help fund
the mission trips in 2012, but
also to be a positive influence
the community, the Holts said.
Both hope that this event will
be life-changing for the ones
who decide to attend.
"If only one person walks out


after the concert is over with
and thinks that maybe there is a
relationship that I need to look
for, then it is worth it," Reson
Holt stated.
The lead singer of Seventh
Day Slumber, Joseph Rojas,
will talk during the concert
about hardships he has faced in
his life. Also, at the end of the
performance, Rojas will make
an alter call, where people will
have the opportunity to come
down to the front and pray.
The last day to purchase tick-
ets in advance will be this
Friday. To purchase a ticket or
find out more information, call
245-3358, go online to
www.echohistruth.com or e-
mail Reson and Aisylnn Holt at
echohistruth@gmail.com.
Tickets also are being sold at
Shops On The Corner, located
at 130 W. Main St. in down-
town Wauchula.


Crash Claims Man


By JOAN SEAMAN
Of The Herald-Advocate
One of the four people
imolsed in an accident on
Sunday\ died at the scene.
Three others suffered a vari-
et,. of injuries in the afternoon
ingle-vehicle accident in a
rural area of Hardee'County.
According to Florida High-
\. a, Patrol reports, the accident
occurred about 2 p m. when the
driver of a 199 ) Jeep Cherokee
was tra~cling south on the 10
Mile (rade road about a mile
,outh of Dovle Road
(pl L.arr% Mc( 'lellan report
states Jdrer Jont.ihan Hcep.ath.
35. of North I auderdale., ,as
traveling at .1 pced tloo fast t-r
the road conditr 'n, W\hen the
%chicle began to relate c)untcr
clock'\ ise. the driver o'.ercor-


reacted lhe -ehicle overturned
,n its left ide. then v'.erturned
several times and came to rest
on its left side
Passenger Ands Heerah. 41.
also of North Lauderdale. died
at the scene. becoming the ninth
fatatli on Hardee Craunt. roads
in 2 1I
Beerath and passenger Kum-
ar S Hfirr,,periud. 4S. of
Arcadia. ,s ere airlifted to
Tampa Genera! Ht11pital in sei-
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COURTESY PHOTO
These three bands-(upper left) The Letter Black, (lower left) Manafest and (right)
Seventh Day Slumber-will be performing this Saturday night at the Agri-Civic Center.


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The Herald-Advocate
Hardee County's Hometuw Coverage
JAMES R. KELLY
Publisher/Editor
CYNTHIA M. KRAHL
Managing Editor


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interest. Letrs should be brief, and mat be written in good taste, signed
and include a daytime phone anber.
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I lKelly's Column
By Jim


Nov. 11 was Veterans Day, celebrated by the American Legion
Post No. 2 in Wauchula.
The Lakeland Ledger reported the U.S. has over 22 million
living veterans among the 43 million who served in the military
during war and peace time.
The list is Persian Gulf, 2.3 million; Vietnam, 7.6 million;
Korea, 2.5 million; World War II, 2.1 million; and World War I, one
person, Frank Buckles, age 109, according to U.S. Department of
Veterans Affairs.
Guest speaker Rev. Kenny Baker told local American Legion
members wars are started by politicians and fought by soldiers.
President Harry Truman made a big decision to drop two
atomic bombs on Japan to end World War II. This came after Japan
had earlier attacked the American navy at Pearl Harbor.
Baker said America did not have a war on our soil since the
Civil War until terrorists hijacked airlines and flew them into the
World Trade Towers in New York City and the Pentagon in
Washington, D.C. A fourth airliner crashed before reaching its tar-
get due to courageous passengers. That began the war on terrorism
which continues today.
Baker quoted former President John. F. Kennedy who said,
"Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do
for your country."
He also quoted former Presidential candidate Adlai
Stevenson, "Patriotism is not short, frenzied outbursts of emotion,
but the tranquil and steady dedication of a lifetime."
Rev. Baker said the U.S. has many rights and freedoms-
which is why so many people want to come here-and is worth
fighting for.

Congratulations to the Old Ball Coach, Steven Orr Spurrier,
whose south Carolina Gamecocks spurred the Florida Gators 36-14
Saturday in Gainesville. I expect the Gamecocks will defeat the
Auburn Tigers for South Carolina's first SEC title. After all, he won
a first-ever conference title as head football coach at Duke and
Florida. He won six SEC titles at Gatorland. This year the Swamp
has been mostly drained.

Funeral services were held Oct. 1, 2010, for Hardee County
cattlewoman and grove owner Ouida Smith Roberts, 95. The long-
time New Hope Baptist Church member was born Oct. 4, 1914,
and passed away Sept. 28, 2010.
Officiating were nephew Marcus Shackelford, nephew Rev.
Clay Smith, and pastor Rev. Chris Bishop. She was a homemaker
and active in 4-H, UF Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences,
county extension service, and the American Cancer Society.
Shackelford said Ouida was "John Wayne in a dress," drove
like a souped-up race car without a reverse, was sometimes con-
fused with Saperman, and was a hard worker and expected others
to work hard.
She was born during World War I and lived through the Great
Depression. At age 16 she shot and butchered a steer, cut it into
quarters and drove the beef to Frostproof to trade for groceries.
"She did not throw things away. She might need it," recalled
Shackelford. Figuratively she never unsaddled her horse, was a
volunteer, had an eighth grade education, and volunteered others.
She had determination, did not back up, had a strong faith, and the
tact and political correctness of Gen. George Patton, had a big
heart, was always there when you needed her, and did not believe
in retirement.
Rev. Smith said she butchered a hog when she was 79.
Ouida Roberts was an unforgettable character. She was buried
at the New Hope Cemetery.

The Hardee High Wildcats led 13-0 at halftime but lost 23-16
Friday night at home to Lakewood Ranch. Hardee finished the reg-
ular season 3-7 and the Mustangs 6-4.
This Friday the district runner-up Wildcats play No. 3 10-0
Jesuit Tigrs at 7:30 p.m. in Tampa. The school is at 4701 N. Himes
Ave.
Last year in the opening round of the state playoffs Hardee
hosted Jesuit and won 49-21 after losing the last regular season
game 35-22 to Lakewood Ranch. Hardee against Jesuit rushed 50
times for 537 yards and had 7 passing yards, while Jesuit had 305
passing yards and 29 rushing yards.
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COURTESY PHOTO
Who will be the next Wauchula Idol? Finalists are (from left) Dusty Mendoza, Elizabeth Deloera, Danlelle Milby,
Christina Monnin, Jeremy Christian and Lacey Crutchfield.


IDOL
Continued From 1A


your change and drop it into the
jar to vote for your favorite
singer.
Still looking for more to do?
Then be sure to stop in and visit


the local merchants for some
unique buys and Friday Night
Live specials.
Browse the row of classic
cars on display lining Main


WHERE
Continued From 1A


Stockton's logic as the owner of an acoustic guitar is, "If you
have an acoustic and don't write songs, you shouldn't have it."
Stockton has been the youth pastor at First Christian Church for
five years. Though he was supposed to go into youth ministry when
he got out of high school, he decided to start out differently.
He wanted to do something fun, something crazy, and ended up
working for the De-partment of Homeland Security controlling
counter narcotics. "I thought it would be fun," states Stockton.
"The cool thing about it was even in the end, God still said, 'Well,
sorry man, you're supposed to do this,' so I'm here in youth min-
istry."
Stockton's advice to young believers is: "Do what you're called
to do to begin with. You're going to get there anyway, but you can
take the long road-which isn't so easy-or you can take the direct
route."
The inspiration leading to his participation in the Wauchula Idol
contest wasn't something you'd expect. He always thought such
competitions were "cheesy." Then one of his friends, Joey
Kirkland, who played with him in the Show-down, told him about
guys who started out in "silly competitions" but went on to become
widely known artists.
With his new assurance and "just-do-it" attitude, Stockton audi-
tioned for Wauchula Idol.
As in most competitions, Stockton's strong standpoint later fal-
tered slightly. "The first time I heard everybody (else) was during
the second round (of competition) at The Pub. That was when I first
heard everyone," Stockton remembers.
"I didn't think it'd be as easy after that," he adds. "I had figured
I'd be lucky to get in the top three, maybe. But after listening to
everybody, I didn't think so."
As the competition boiled down to its finale, only two. perform-
ers were left. Stockton thought he had made second place. Instead,
Stockton found himself as the winner, being named the first
Wauchula Idol.
"When they said I won, I thought, 'OK, maybe this is the start of
something new, maybe I can do something with this,' recalls
Stockton. He was de-lighted to win, proclaiming he had fun partic-
ipating.
The Colgate Country Show-down was also "brought up," he
explains.
After Wauchula Idol, Bubba James, host of "The Morning Bull"
at FM-106.9, asked Stockton to come into the studio and play
something. While there, James mentioned the Colgate Country
Showdown.
Intrigued, Stockton went online to research it. He had the same
attitude toward this event as for Wauchula Idol, decided to keep
that same approach, and auditioned.
The first competition was held in Arcadia on Aug. 14 at The
Arbor. Joey Kirkland, originally a judge in the competition,
dropped out that morning to play alongside Stockton. After 30 min-
utes, Kirkland learned the songs, and they became the "Tony
Stockton Band."
There are eight different competitions of the Showdown in
Florida. Stockton's win in Arcadia pushed them to the state finals.
The state final was held on Oct. 16 at Silver Springs Resort in
Ocala. They competed for $1,000 and a chance to play at the
regional competition, which was to be held in South Carolina. The
Tony Stockton Band, however, didn't make it though the state
finals.
"It's a bummer, but we had a lot of fun, though. I guess they
think we're not country enough," chuckles Stockton.
Stockton says right now he's where God wants him to be: doing
youth ministry and using his music. "Until He tells me different,
this is where I am. As for the future? As cliche as it is, only God
knows really."
Would he leave Hardee County to follow his musical career?
Stockton responds. "It's whatever God calls me to do. I messed up
long ago when He called me to do something-decided it was more
fun. I've learned my lesson.
"Waiting on God to tell me exactly where I'm supposed to be is
where I'm at. There's no doubt that I'm in Wauchula doing youth
ministry for a reason. When I'm told differently, I'll go. but until
then I'm here to stay, even if that means 10 or 20 years."
Like all song writers. Stockton will start a song. forget about it.
then find something else with lyrics on it. reminding him to finish
his song. Out of 15 songs, he only has three he plays. "It's getting
them written; getting them polished up. Some are only half-written.
I just have to finish them." he says.
Stockton's parents play a huge part in his musical career. push-
ing him forward, especially his mother, since music has been her
life, too. She has served as the main-driving force behind him;
encouraging and pushing him in the journey.
However, his mom isn't the only one. Stockton's wife plays an
important role. too. Since music takes time and sacrifice, his wife
goes through a lot from listening to him "try playing four million
songs," he admits. "She's not afraid to tell me whether she likes
them or not," he adds..
Stockton is an inspired, highly motivated musician who strives
in his talent just as he strives for God. He's bound to leave a mark
wherever this life takes him.


Street.
And if all this makes you
hungry, you can grab a bite at
one of the downtown dining
establishments or support the


local Lion's Club by purchasing
a barbecue dinner. Main Street
Wauchula will have hot dogs.
soda and water for sale as well
as Friday Night Live T-shirts.


with a 15-year-old girl while
both were attending a birthday
party.
Pelham has denied the allega-
tions.
Finally, Jamie Lamont Lewis,
21, of 618 Chamberlain Blvd.,
Wauchula, and LaDorian Jack-
ques Romeo, 17, of 1535
Lincoln St., Wauchula. have
each been charged with lewd


battery of underage girls.,
Dey alleged Lewis and
Romeo were at a friend's resi-
dence when they allegedly
engaged in sexual relations with
girls there. In both cases, the
alleged victims were 13 years
of age.
Romeo appeared in Juvenile
Court on Tuesday. while Lewis'
next court date is Dec. 21.


COURTESY PHOTO
Letter To The Editor

Seven Baskets Farms Offers

Fresh Locally Grown Produce


Dear Editor,
Seven Baskets Farm is
Hardee County's first CSA, the
acronym is a farm that grows
and markets produce and other
farm-related products directly
to you, the consumer.
Instead of growing large
fields of one item that is har-
vested and taken to packing
houses for distribution around
the world, we grow a large vari-
ety of produce in successive
plantings and provide you with
baskets of fresh picked produce
weekly throughout the growing
season.
It is like we are growing your
personal garden. You can pur-
chase weekly memberships that
allow you to share in the
rewards of fresh grown produce
picked at the peak of ripeness
when flavor and nutritional val-
ues are maximized.
Seven Baskets members
enjoy a larger variety of their
favorite crops that are selected
for flavor instead of shipping
ability.
At Seven Baskets Farm. we
plan to always grow more than
enough to meet the needs of our
members and to use the over-
flow to bless the less fortunate
in our community.
In fact. we encourage our
members to identify a family in
need that cannot afford the
membership packages and to


bless those families with a
membership of their own. We
stand as living proof that you
cannot outgive our God.
A typical weekly share at
Seven Baskets Farm will con-
sist of 5 to 12 different varieties
of fresh grown produce. -We
currently have the following
vegetables growing: 3 varieties
of green beans. 5 varieties of
tomatoes. 5 varieties of cucum-
bers. 3 varieties of squash. 5
varieties of peas and beans, 3
varieties of greens, 4 varieties
of cabbage, 3 varieties of mel-
ons. 2 varieties of kohlrabi.
corn. broccoli, and brussel
sprouts.
The vegetables will be ready
for pickup beginning in
November and will continue
weekly from there. the varieties
will change as the weather
changes.
This farm is run by Sherry
White Ministries and provides
support for the programs at
Lydia House and Pioneer
Village.
-or more information please
visit ,ur v-ehsite at www.seven-
basketsfari.com or call Mark
and Sherr' White at 863-773-
2031 The farm i located west
of Wauchula on Aoltn Carlton
Rd.


Mark and Sherry White
Wauchula


SUBSCRJPTIONs:
Harde County
6 months -SIS; 1 yr. 31; 2 yr. 60
FRoida
6 monts- S22: l yr.-$41; 2 yn. 79
Out of Ste
6 months S7; I yr. $492 yrs. $95


ASSAULT
Continued From 1A


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Wednesday of next week for the
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November IS. 2010. The lHerald-Adocate 3A


Hoop Girls Began Tuesday
By JOAN SEAMAN HARDEE GIRLS BASKETBALL
Of The Herald-Ad'oca!e
The Hardee girls basketbaii SCHEDULE
team took the court on Tue-.da" 2010-2011
The varsity girls opened at
bome against Walker Memorial Nov 16 Tues Walker Memonal(varsrty only) 6:00
and will play toda, (Ihurd.,, Nov 18 Thurs @ Sebng 6- 3:
in a double-header at Sebrin Nov 23 Tues dLakelarv 6;7 3
Tht junior '.arsit, plaIs a~ 6 No 30 Tues ZCardinal Mc :arse ia'r ,i 7 C
Loesa i aardi7aO


p m and ,arsity immediately?
afterward
Next week's only game ic
Tuesday at Lakeland After the
T hanksgiving break. play
resumes with a varsity-only trip
to Sarasota (Cardinal M.ioney
on Nov 30 [he girls will go t;
Bradenton Southeast on Dec 7
before beginning a four-game
home stand
(Coach Don Gray has five
returning seniors to lead hi,
attack and defense, including
Ashley Louis, Maria Avalos.
I.aCresha Carlton, Tiffany Pres-
tridge and Elvara Servin
Juniors Paige Massey. Catlin
Sockalosky. Artrce Hines and
Robyn Tanksley and soph
Kayla Nichols will round out
the squad.
"We started practices last


This week in history, as
researched from the archival
pages of The Florida Ad-
vocate, the Hardee County
Herald and The Herald-Ad-
vocate ...

75 YEARS AGO
The Wauchula Tomcat foot-
ball eleven, composed of high
school players of former years.
will clash with the Mulberry
Panther high school team to-
night (Friday) at the Wauchula
athletic field at 8 o'clock. The
Football Alumni Association
has set prices reasonably, 25
cents for adults, while school
children, including Wildcat
gridders, will pay 10 cents.

The little city of Limestone in
the southwestern section of
Hardee County entertained
somewhere between 3,000 and
4,000 people at its all-day cele-
bration of Armistice Day, with
several prominent speakers pre-
sent, including former Gov.
Doyle E. Carlton and former
state Sen. H.G. Murphy of
Zolfo Springs.

Hardee County officers tight-
ened the net around out-of-sea-
son hunters last week with the
arrest of two Avon Park men.
They were caught in the
Crewsville section with 12
quail in their possession. They
were brought to town where
they pleaded guilty to Judge
F.G. Janes Jr. in County Court
and were fined $100 each.

The Friendly Store of Soskis
& Abrams Inc. has Friday and
Saturday specials: ladies dress
shoes in black or brown, regular
$2.49, just $1.98 and Peters
dress pumps, regular $3.98 for
$2.49; and silk dresses, regular-
ly $3.95 to $5.95 are $1.98 to
$3.98.

50 YEARS AGO
"People have to live, but how
do they do it on $99 a month,
when rent is $45?" This is a
problem facing elderly and
handicapped couples in Wau-
chula as the housing squeeze
gets worse and worse. A check
with the city real estate men
proved what these people claim
is true; there is practically no
low-priced rental property


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JV mentor Ken Leupold also
has a dozen solid players,
including new junior Laney
Clark, sophs Allison Allen-
Hunter, Diana Edith Gomez,


available anymore.


Tax statements for 1960,
totaling nearly $635,000,
should be in the hands of coun-
ty taxpayers by today, said Tax
Collector Curtis Ezelle this
week. The total is about
$115,000 more than last year's
record amount of $520,000.
The tax statements are based
upon a 45-mill countywide levy
on a non-homestead roll and
51-mill levy in old Zolfo
School District Three.

25 YEARS AGO
Gregg White, 25, a fourth-
grade teacher at Zolfo Springs
Elementary School, was select-
ed on Tuesday night as winner
of the first annual Hardee
County "Country Gentleman"
contest at the Hardee County
Fair. Other contestants were
Doyle Parker, Earl Smith,
Robert Ray Smith, Bill Parrish,
Tony Cangelosi, Corvil Jus-
tesen, John Roy Gough, Jimmy
Moye, Lynn Revell, Bill Alexy
Jr., Doyle Bryan and Marvin
Johnson. "These are 13 of the
finest gentlemen I know.
They've got guts," said emcee
State Rep. Larry Shackelford.

County commissioners an-
nounced Thursday that they
would advertise for a county
manager. Acting county admin-


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tive attitude. but said he was too
overloaded to handle every-
thing.

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turkey specials this week, and
will give away 25 turkeys every
weekend until Christmas. Idaho
potatoes are $1.69 for a 10-
pound bag, sliced bacon $1.29
for a 12-ounce package, bottom
round roast $1.79 a pound,
sweet potatoes four pounds for
$1, apples 99 cents for a three-
pound bag, and turkey at 79
cents a pound.

10 YEARS AGO
The city of Wauchula is
scrambling to correct its elec-
tion turmoil, which revealed
three of 10 candidates were not
properly qualified as one or
more papers were missing from
their candidate packets. One
missed only proof of voter reg-
istration, while two others
lacked both the proof of voter
registration and proof of resi-
dency. A charter revision com-
mittee of council members
Charles Smith, John Baxter and
Opal Saunders, mayor Ken
Lambert and new city attorney
Ken Evers will meet to close
some of the loopholes which
allowed the discrepancies.

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Obituaries


LILLIAN ELLEN
LEE BAKER
Lillian Ellen Lee Baker, 68.
of Wauchula, died on Wednes-
day. Nov 10, 2010, at home.
Born on Jan 15. 1942. in
16ptonville, Tenn., she came to
Hardee County from East
Prairie, Mo., in 1959. She was a
laborer at Mancini Packing
House and a Christian.
She was preceded in death by
husband Clarence Dean Baker;
father Howard E. Lee; daughter
Gaye Dean Baker; brother
Robert L ILee, and sister Sherry
Bone
Survivors include her mother
Vivian Asalee of East Prairie,
Mo three daughters Angela
Lee Millard and husband Bill of
Middleburg, Anita Sikes and
husband Carl of Wauchula, and
Deanna Baker of.Wauchula;
brother Gary Hickman of East
Prairie, Mo.; two sisters Sharon
Jane Lafferty of East Prairie,
Mo., and Linda Grimmel of
Avon Park; and two grandchil-
dren, Karmen Matthews and
Christie Selph.
Visitation was Sunday 2 to 3
p.m. at Robarts Garden Chapel.
Services were at 3 p.m. with
Carl Sikes officiating. Inter-
ment followed in Bethlehem
Cemetery.
Robarts Family
Funeral Home
Wauchula

WILLIAM H.
GRISINGER III
William H. Grisinger, 60, of
Bowling Green, died on Tues-
day, Nov. 9, 2010, in Tampa.
Born on Dec. 18, 1949, in
Nebraska, he came to Hardee
county y from Colorado three
years ago. He was a self-
employed carpenter and a
Christian.
Survivors include his wife,
Virginia Grisinger of Bowling
Green; daughters Hannah Beth
Grisinger of Bowling Green,
Jennifer Rebecca Grisinger of
Washington, Jill Grisinger of
Nebraska and Teri Anne Smith
of Colorado; step-son Bodie
Grisinger of Colorado; and two
grandchildren.
A memorial service will be
held at a later date.
Robarts Family
Funeral Home
Wauchula


JUANITA MARCELLA
"BOOTSIE" EDWARDS
Juanita Marcella "Bootste"
Edwards. 69. of Sebring, died
on Wednesday. Nov. 10, 2010,
in Tampa.
Born in Dunklin County,
Mo., to John Britton and Oral
Lee (Jackson) Moser. She was a
homemaker and had been a res-
ident of Sebring since 2005,
coming from Wauchula.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 52 years, James Ed-
wards of Sebring; children
Gayle Edwards of Sebring,
Kathy Anthony and husband
John of Lake City and Thresa
Ward and husband Tony of
Avon Park; brother Jerry Mos-
er; sisters Molly Moser and
Judy Moser; grandchildren Gin-
ger, Josh, Travis, Danielle and
Brandie; and great-grandchil-
dren Nick, Kiana, Ty, Aaliyah
and Jeremiah.
Arrangements are handled
by Stephenson-Nelsom Funeral
Home of Avon Park. Call 863-
453-3101 or email apsnth@-
embarqmail.com.
Stephenson-Neson
Funeral Home
Avon Park


RICHARD
EVERETT ADAMS
Richard Everett Adams, 69,
of Zolfo Springs, died on Mon-
day, Nov. 15, 2010, at his home.
Born Jan. 1, 1941, in Fort
Meade to the late Lawrence O.
and Zelda Louise Cooner
Adams, he was a longtime Polk
County resident. He was a U.S.
Coast Guard veteran, a truck
driver for Peace River Packing
Co. in Fort Meade and attended
the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death by
his parents; son Richard Everett
Adams II; and sister Marilyn
Turner.
Survivors include daughters
Andrea Adams of North Port
and Katrina Powell of Texas;
step-mother Mary Adams of
Avon Park; brothers Edward O.
Adams of Arcadia, Spencer
Adams of Fort Meade and De-
Leon Adams of Tyrone, Ga.;
half-brother Lawrence A.
Adams of Mayo; sister Zelda
Harrell of Zolfo Springs; half-
sisters Carolyn Long of Mel-
bourne, Linda Quinn of Bartow
and Virginia Cochran of Bowl-
ing Green; three grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren.
Visitation is next Wednesday,
Nov. 24, from 2 to 3 p.m. at the
funeral home with memorial
services at 3 p.m. with the Rev.
Harold Armstrong officiating.
Hancock Funeral Home
Fort Meade


MELVIN DEUBNER
Melvin Deubner, 81, of Avon
Park, died on Friday, Nov. 12,
2010, at Florida Hospital-
Orlando.
A native of Detroit, Mich., he
had lived in Avon Park since the
1960s. He had worked for
Chrysler as a purchaser. He was
a member of the American
Legion and the Moose Lodge in
Avon Park. He was an avid
golfer at the Pine Crest Golf
Course.
Survivors include his wife of
20 years, Libby Deubner of
Avon Park; mother-in-law
Alberta Hall Choate; six daugh-
ters Leslie Moon and husband
Tony of Wauchula, Krista
Staton of Louisiana, Sandra
Todaro, Janice Phillips, Mar-
lene Bosman and Darlene
Bosman; one brother Alvin and
wife Liz of Las Cruces, N. M.,
brother in law Gary Hall and
wife Sue of Wauchula; grand-
children Lindsay Moon, Tren-
ton Moon and Wade Staton; and
nephew David Deqbner and
wife Amanda.
Visitation is today (Thurs-
day) from 5 to 6 p.m. at
Fountain Funeral Home in
Avon Park with services to fol-
low with the Rev. Albert Blum
officiating.
Fountain Funeral Home
Avon Park

What do we live for, If it Is
not to make life less diffi-
cult for each other?
-George Eliot


By CYNTHIA KRAHL
Of The Herald-Adocae
An off-dut( sheriff's dete,:-
tive shopping at Wal-Mar sp,.t-
ted a vehicle suspected n a
parked-car burglar,. leading to
a man's arrest and the recover'.
of the victims" car stereo
Maj- Randy Dey of the Har-
dee County Sherifff' Office
said the arrest stemmed from
the Nov. 1 burglary uof a p-'rt
utility vehicle parked at Wal-
Mart while a husband and witfe
shopped inside for about 20
minutes.
In that time. the vehicle was
burglarized, with a stereo sys-
tem valued at over S300 stolen.
In investigating that crime.
Det. Andrew McGuckin viewed
store surveillance tapes, noting
a dark four-door car pulled up
to and parked next to the SUV.
The car had four occupants,
McGuckin noted. Two went
inside the store while two
remained outside.
"The other two went to sever-
al different vehicles, and it
appeared they were checking
for.open doors," he said.
While the SUV was locked,
its front window was lowered a
little for ventilation. That, it
seemed, was enough to gain
entry.
McGuckin issued a bulletin
on the suspect vehicle, and on
Nov. 7 Det. Manuel Martinez,
while off-duty, spotted a car
matching the description at


CHAPEL
Welcoming prayer was led by
Bob Bellis, and everyone in the
congregation introduced them-
selves and told where they were
from. Bob Conkle, our song
leader, accompanied by Cheryl
Conkle on piano, led us in a few
songs from the new hymnals
donated by the First Christian
Church of Wauchula, with the
correspondence of members of
that church, Don and Rose Sim-
mers and from our park, George
and myself. They were a defi-
nite need and a great addition to
our chapel service, replacing
hymnals that were gently used
for a number of years.
Pastor Jason spoke to the 70
present from the 11th chapter of
John, "To God Be The Glory,"
with closing song "Till We
Meet Again."

COFFEE
Janet welcomed 141 enjoying
coffee and doughnuts, and
Cheryl Conkle led the pledge
and Janet led the Lord's Prayer.
Janet recognized the veterans of
our park with the song being
played "God Bless The USA," a
time to give tribute to all the
veterans for our freedom we
have today.
Janet announced we will have
residents from our park ring the
bells for the Salvation Army
Dec. 3 in front of Wal-Mart all
day. They need help more than
ever with the economy as it is
today. We are pursuing getting
residents to sign up for a cardio-
pulmonary resuscitation class
sponsored by the Red Cross,
valuable as an extra aid for
helping save lives within pur
park.
After coffee hour we had a,
volunteer to come forward and
be a leader of our Bible study.
Dan Yurovich, on Wednesdays
at 3 in the hall.
Our turkeys have been
bought for our Thanksgiving
dinner, with contributions from
Mr. Wilder of the Wilder Corp.
and Wauchula State Bank. Janet
gave many coupons away,.
Perkins Bakery donated an
apple caramel pie with Betty
Gray winning it, and 50/50 was
won by Jim Magee.
Congratulations to all the win-
ners.

SHUFFLE & BOWLING
Shuffle: Congratulations to
Ruth Brown. as she has made
her 100 points to be inducted
into the Central District Hall of
Fame. This is a great honor and
our park wants to applaud her
on a great job.
From our park in the Central
District Tournament played in
Sebring in the Professiclal Di-
vision, we had winners: first
place. Bob Hoskins; second
place, Larry Brown. both in
consolation. In the Amateur
Division, first place was Cheryl
Conkle, third place was Harold
Comeau and fourth place was
Rosemary Comeau. all in con-
solation in the main event.


Mejia
Wal-Mlar. ag2in ith tour men
inside.
Martinez watched one man
enter the store. truo stake inside
the car. and a third start walking
around the parking lot. De said
the man appeared to be looking
in vehicles as he walked by
them.'
Martinez notified McGuckin.
As the detectives talked with
the man. he allegedly admitted
breaking into the SULV and
stealing the stereo. He said it
was installed in his car, and
offered to return it to the victim
and to pa\ her.
Officers recovered the stereo
and arrested the suspect.
Reynaldo Ortega Mejia, 21.
was charged with two felonies.
burglary of a conveyance and
grand theft. He remains in the
Hardee County Jail pending
trial in lieu of $2.000 bond.


Shuffleboard is well under
way within the park and we
wish everyone the best of luck
and have fun.
Bowling had its first week for
the season with nine in atten-
dance. Bob Gregoire for the
men had high game 144 and
high series 401, Cindy Gregoire
for the women had high game
184, and Arlene Sebright had
high series 453. Good bowling,
everyone!


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LILLIAN ELLEN
LEE BAKER
Lillian Ellen Lee Baker,
68. of Wauchula, died on
Wednesday. Nov. 10, 2010, at
home.
Born on Jan. 15, 1942, in
Tiptonville. Tenn., she came
to Hardee County from East
Prairie, Mo., in 1959. She was
a laborer at Mancini Packing
House and a Christian.
She was preceded in death
by husband Clarence Dean
Baker; father Howard E. Lee;
daughter Gaye Dean Baker;
brother Robert E. Lee; 'and
sister Sherry Bone.
Survivors include her
mother Vivian Asalee of East
Prairie. Mo.; three daughters
Angela Lee Millard and hus-
band Bill of Middleburg.
Anita Sikes and husband Carl
of Wauchula. and Deanna
Baker of Wauchula; brother
Gary Hickman of East Prairie,
Mo.; two sisters Sharon Jane
Lafferty of East Prairie. Mo..
and Linda Grimmel of Avon
Park; and two grandchildren,
Karmen Matthews and
Christie Selph.
Visitation was Sunday 2 to
3 p.m. at Robarts Garden
Chapel. Services were at 3
p.m. with Carl Sikes officiat-
ing. Interment followed in
Bethlehem Cemetery.




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Wildlife Forecast
By Pat Behnke
Fornda FRSh & Wiidrfe Conynssion


Outta The Woods
By Tony Young
Flonda Fish & Wildlife Comrrision

GIVE THANKS FOR HUNTING SEASON
November means the 2010-11 huntin' season is in full swing.
SIn this month's column. I cover most everything you need to
know about general gun. fall turkey, quail and gray squirrel, snipe
and the second phase of mourning and white-winged dove season.
The first thing you need to do is pick up a $17 Florida resident
hunting license. Non-residents pay $46.50 for a 10-day license or
$151 50 for 12 months.
If you plan to hunt one of Flonda's many wildlife management
areas (WMAs), you'll also need a $26.50 management area permit,
but don't forget to study the brochure for the specific area you plan
to hunt because dates, bag limits and rules differ greatly from area
to area.
You can get the brochure and your license or permit at the tax
collector's office.
'I he general gun season runs to Jan. 23 in Zone C; Dec. 4-Feb.
20 in Zone and in Zone A. The second phase of general gun sea-
son runs Nov. 20-Jan. 2. In Zone D, it starts Thanksgiving Day and
lasts four days until Nov. 28. Two weeks later, the season reopens
on Dec. 11 and runs through Feb. 20.
Hunters can take bucks having at least one antler five inches
or longer, but starting this year, anyone hunting deer in Florida
must have the new $5 deer permit. On private lands, the daily bag
limit for deer is two.
The highly anticipated antlerless deer season, often called
"doe week," is Nov. 20-26 (Thanksgiving week) in zones A and C,
and Dec. 26-Jan. 1 (Christmas week) in zones B and D.
During doe week, the daily bag limit is one buck andone doe,
or two bucks. You may not take two does in one day like you can
during archery season, and spotted fawns are never legal game.
And by the way, WMAs do not have an antlerless deer season.
If you hunt with deer dogs anywhere in Florida, special rules
and registration requirements may apply, so call the FWC for
details.
Fall turkey season in Zone A is Nov. 20-Jan. 2. In zones B
and C, it runs Dec. 4-Jan. 30 and now to Jan. 2, respectively. And
in Zone D, fall turkey season is Nov. 25-28 and Dec. 11-Jan. 16.
Only bearded turkeys and gobblers are legal game, and you must
have a $10 turkey permit to hunt them. The bag limit's one bird per
day, and a total of two during the archery, crossbow, muzzleload-
ing gun and fall turkey seasons combined.
It's also against the law to hunt turkeys in Holmes County dur-
ing the fall season.
Quail and gray squirrel season runs statewide to March 6.
There's a daily bag limit of 12 for each, but shooting fox squirrels


HORSESHOE CRABS & DINOSAURS
The ancient arthropod moves along the beach searching for
clams with its 10 ees It eats while walking, using its legs to crush
prey and bring it to its jaw less mouth.
The horseshoe crab has surN ied unchanged for about 300 mil-
lion years, and existed 100 million years before dinosaurs
My first sighting of a horseshoe crab coincided with my first
visit to salt water For a 10-year-old from Central Michigan. I'm
not sure what astounded me more-the vast and fierce Atlantic
Ocean pounding against Montauk Point on Long Island or the
armored and fierce-looking horseshoe crab.
After moving to Flonda. I learned horseshoe crabs are not
what they seem. They are not crabs, nor are they fierce. But they
are ancient.


is against the law.
Shooting hours for deer, turkeys, quail and gray squirrels is a
half-hour before sunrise to a half-hour after sunset. All legal rifles,
shotguns, muzzleloaders, bows, crossbows and pistols are legal for
taking these resident game animals during the general gun, antler-
less deer, fall turkey, and quail and gray squirrel seasons.
Snipe hunting in Florida ranks second in the nation in number
of birds harvested each year, and the season runs now to Feb. 15
statewide. The second phase of the mourning and white-winged
dove season also comes in this month and runs to Nov. 28.
Shooting hours for migratory game birds are one-half hour before
sunrise to sunset. The bag limit for snipe is eight; and for doves, the
bag limit is 15.
You must get a no-cost migratory bird permit if you plan to
hunt snipe, doves or any other migratory game birds.
The FWC even provides an online "Dove Hunters' Hotline," which
gives up-to-date information on Florida's public dove fields. The
address is MyFWC.com/Dove and it's updated every Thursday
throughout the dove season. Information includes dove densities,
previous weeks' harvests and field conditions.
Whether small-game hunting with friends and family or hunt-
ing solo, going after that monster buck or big tom, November
brings loads of great hunting opportunities
Here's wishing you a happy Thanksgiving and a successful
hunting season.
Tony Young is the media relations coordinator for the FWC's
Division of Hunting and Game Management. You can reach himn
with questions about hunting at Tony. Young@MyFWC.com.


Horseshoe crabs can be found in Florida from St. Vincent in
the Panhandle. to the Atlantic coast, all the way down to the 10,000
Islands area.
Today their population is declining at a rate not experienced
since the end of the last Ice Age. according to a study published by
the U.S. Geological Survey in August.
"Extensive harvest has played a role in the decline of the
horseshoe crab." said Ryan Gandy, crustacean research biologist
with the Flonda Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission. "The
species is harvested as bait for the eel and whelk fisheries, and is
used in both pharmaceutical and biomedical research. Harvesting
and habitat loss have created a situation where severe population
declines resulted in intensive management along the Northeast
coast of the United States."
The study predicts climate change will further exacerbate
horseshoe crab declines and further stress the many other species
that depend on them.
As the wildlife managers do their job through research, moni-
toring and regulating to prepare for future climate changes, indi-
viduals must take steps such as lowering their carbon dioxide out-
put, a major contributor to climate change.
For example, I'm on a campaign to combine errands into one
trip. I keep lists of errands, and when I leave my house or work-
place, I visit places close together. I also do some tasks over the
Internet so I don'i have to drive at all.
That horseshoe crab survived before and after the dinosaur,
and with a little help from all of us, it will weather climate change
as well.
You can contact Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commis-
sion's Pat Behnke at pat.belinke@myfic.con.

How can you think and hit at the same time
-Yogi Berra

The right word may be effective, but no word was ever as
effective as a rightly timed pause.
-Mark Twain


YOUR BUSINESS COULD

APPEAR HERE TOO!!
Contact
Nancy Davis, Kim Reas or Trayce Daniels
At The Herald Advocate
115 S. 7th Ave. Wauchula

773-3255


Early Deadlines
Next Week
Because of the Thanks-
giving holiday, deadlines for
news will be changed next
week. The Herald-Advocate
is closing at noon Wednes-
day and will re-open on
Friday morning as usual.
All RV Park columns, cor-
respondents and Hardee
Living (society) news will
need to before noon
Wednesday.

Holiday Changes
Garbage Pickup
Garbage collection will
change next week due to the
Thanksgiving holiday. The
county landfill will be closed
Thursday. Hardee County
Disposal Inc., which picks up
in the unincorporated areas
of the county and in Zolfo
Springs, will not pick up on
Thursday. Thursday's route
will be picked up the next
Monday.
In Bowling Green, Thurs-
day's route will be picked up
on Wednesday and will
resume the regular schedule
on Friday. In Wauchula,
Thursday and Friday routes
and dumpsters will be both
be picked up on Friday.

College Degree
Review Today
South Florida Community
College is holding a special
information session from 6 to
8 p.m. today (Thursday)
about its associates, bache-
lors and masters degree pro-
grams.
The public is invited to ses-
sions at all four college cen-
ters. There will be informa-
tion on admissions, financial
aid and course registration
for each of the programs.
The Hardee campus at 2968
U.S. 17 North, Bowling
Green (about two miles
south of town) will be open.
For more information, call
773-3081.

Learn About New
Medicare Plans
A Medicare open enroll-
%ment session, sponsored by
the West Central Area
Agency on Aging Inc., will be
held on Monday, Nov. 29 at
10 a.m. at the Hardee
County YMCA, 610 W.
Orange St., Wauchula.
SHINE (Serving Health
Insurances Needs of Elders)
will have representatives to
help people enroll in Medi-
care D supplements or
change plans to save on pre-
miums.


WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE

PIONEER MEDICAL CENTER

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In an ongoing effort to improve patient safety and

quality, the Pioneer Medical Clinic will be closed

December 1st to December 4th as we convert our

paper medical records to electronic medical records.

Pioneer Medical Center office will be available by

phone to refill your prescription, give lab results and

answer questions. Please call us at (863) 773-6606.

We look forward to seeing you again on Monday

December 6th. Thank you for choosing us

to meet your health care needs.



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Observes Veterans Day Nov. 11


PHOTOS BY JIM KELLY Laurie Under led the Pledge of Allegiance. Speaker Rev. Herger Williams post No. 2 Commander Carl Saunders
Dawn Atkinson-Jones, who served in the Navy eight Kenny Baker quoted former U.S. President John F. presided over the ceremony Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. at the
years, sang several patriotic songs. America has over 22 Kennedy, "Do not ask what your country can do for you Wauchula American Legion building. Presentation of col-
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PAGE ONE


Play-Offs In Tampa Friday

By JOAN SEAMAN
By JOAN SEAMAN Directions To Game: Take U.S. 17 to Bartow. Turn left
Of The Herald.Ad,'vocate
The Hardec Wildcats enter and follow U.S. 98 toward Laketand. Get on the Polk
playoff action on Friday night Parkway (toll road). Merge left to 1-4 toward Tampa.
The Class 2A-Dis)tri 6 run- About 26 miles later, merge onto 1-275 North (toward
ner-up Wildcats take on the Ocala). After a mile, take Exit 468 toward SR 574. Take


Region 3. District 5 Jesuit
Tigers on their turf in a 7 30
p.m game
The winner of this Region 3
game will face either the Tampa
Robinson District 5 runner-up
or the District 6 champion
Immokalec Indians, who play
Friday night in the alternate
Region 3 semi-final game
The Robinson Knights are
ranked ninth in the state in 2A
standings with an 8-2-0 record.
outscoring opponents 412-137.
One of its losses was to Tampa
Jesuit. Immokalee is ranked 17
with a 5-5-0 record and losing
overall to opponents 225-283.
Immokalee barely beat Hardee
36-34.
The Hardee-Jesuit came
could appear on paper to be
one-sided. Jesuit is 10-0-0 this
year and has outscored oppo-
nents 308-103. Some of the
Tiger wins, however, have been
very narrow. The most domi-
nant wins came over new dis-
trict opponents, the Steinbren-
ner Warriors 49-14, Strawberry
Crest Chargers 28-7, Middleton
Tigers 37-6, St. Pete Catholic
Barons 52-7, Lennard Long-
horns 42-7 and Robinson
Knights 29-0. Games against
the Kathleen Red Devils at 14-7
and Sarasota Sailors 13-9 were
much closer.
The Tigers finished the regu-
lar season last week with a 28-
18 victory over the Tampa
Catholic Crusaders, but came
close to losing that game. The
Crusaders led 10-7 at halftime
and 18-7 at the end of the third
quarter as three Jesuit turnovers
cost them dearly. Senior quar-
terback Patton Chilura was


picked off three times, twice
turning into Crusader touch-
downs
The turnover dilemma turned
against the Crusaders in the
fourth quarter, allowing Jesuit
to control the final 9 minutes
and 55 seconds of the game and
get defensive scores by sopho-
more wide receiver end Travis
Johnson and sophomore line-
backer Parker Clonts. Running
backs Miles Bennett and Jon
Critendon and receiver Ricky
Puls also got into the late action
and kicker Kyle Bellini was on
target.
Hardee was district champion
last season and won last year's
semifinal game against Jesuit in
Wildcat Stadium 49-21, before
losing to District 5 champion
Robinson. In fact, Jesuit has not
had a playoff win since 2004
when they advanced to the
regional final before losing to
STampa Jefferson.
Hardee, meanwhile has been
improving steadily since the
Immokalee game, winning over
district opponents Estero and
DeSoto.
"We are excited about the
challenge. Jesuit is a very good
football team. They execute
very well in all phases of the
game. They don't make many
mistakes and they will make
you pay for yours. I think we
can match up withthem pretty
well, we just have to execute.
Our goal this week will be to be
great one day at a time ... and


to hae fun'" said Wildcat Head
Coach Budd- Martin.
He will have to do without
the services of sophomore cen-
ter Wintz Terrell. who was lost
for the season. Soph Vince
Gnmsley is sidelined with a
shoulder injury and two JV
players who were adding
strength, Aaron Barker and
Miguel Garcia have injuries as
well.
Still day to day are senior
fullback Jarrius Lindsey, soph
lineman Jesus "Jessie" Zuniga,
freshman back/linebacker Key-
on Brown and JV addition Josh
Fowler.
But Hardee hasn't lost much
of a beat with some key players
gone. Junior Deonte Evans
picked off an interception with
a nearly 60-yard runback.
Junior Mikey Retana had a key
sack and freshman James
Greene recovered the fumble.
Retana also covered a possible
on-side kick.
Offensively, junior quarter-
back Colby Baker has become
increasingly confident and mo-
bile, joining with senior Tre'
Anderson and senior Jake
Mayer in toting the football. A
pass to junior Carter Lambert
netted a 19-yard TD. Kicker
Octavio Alvarez hit PATs and a
22-yard field goal.
If .. If .. Hardee plays a
good game and capitalizes on
Jesuit mistakes, the Wildcats
could just find themselves in a
regional final game on Nov. 26.


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90th BIRTHDAY!


Living

_________ 34 YEARS AS PASTOR


COURTESY PHOTO
Aaron Walkington & April Bryant

April Bryant & Aaron

Walkington To Marry
Sandra C. Bryant of Wau- at the University of South
chula announces the engage- lorida Polytechnic. She is
ment and approaching marriage employed in telecommunica-
of her daughter, April Monique tons at the Hardee County
Bryant, to Aaron QuinIceC Sherit 's Office.
Walkinrton, the son of t' m an d Ihe prospective groom is a
Melanie Walkington of Wau 200)2 graduate of Hardee Senior
chula Hlgh School, and earned certifi-
'The hride elect is also the cation In welding in 2003. He is
daughter ot the late William I employed by Mosaic.
Bryant ot Anna Maria Island. he couple will exchange
She is a 1993 graduate ot marriage vows on Friday, Nov.
laideec Senior High School. 26, at 5 p.m. in the Pioneer Park
arnd arned an associate's de- pavilion in Zolfo Springs.
gre in 2003 at Warner lniver- -riends and relatives of the
sity. She currently is studying couple are invited to attend.
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family and friends at the Best Western Heritage Inn &
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and a variety of hors d'oeuvres while reminiscing with
Holland about "old times" and family values. Holland is a
lifetime resident of Hardee County and has worked for
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the good health given to him by the Lord. He received
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7, celebrated his 34th anniversary as pastor of Faith As-
sembly of God Church in Bowling Green. She has been
the music director during that time. The Millers started
the church in a cow pasture in Hardee County with two
other people, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Will. Will was an ex-
cellent orange picker. The church soon moved into a
building with 50 seats and later moved into its new build-
ing on U.S. 17 North. The current congregation numbers
120. The Rev. Miller read a list of deceased church mem-
bers and thanked the congregation for its leadership and
faithfulness.

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SERVING IN AFGHANISTAN


PHOTO Bf JIM KELLY
Army Staff Sgt. Sarah Olliff Boley spoke to the American Legion Herger Williams Post
No. 2 in Wauchula on Monday night, Nov. 1. She has been in the Army for eight years
and is a 2002 Hardee High School graduate. She has served nine months in Afghan-
istan and previously served missions of 13 and 12 months in Iraq. She has another
three or four months to serve in Afghanistan before returning stateside. She is a men-
tor to the Afghanistan uniform police and military police. Since late February her camp
has been attacked 438 times with mortars, resulting in U.S. Army injuries but no deaths.
The villagers are not cooperative, and there is one area two or three miles away that is
too dangerous to venture into. Her father will not cut his hair until her Afghan tour is
completed. In photo (from left) are Boley and her son, Michael, 2, parents Walter and
Sonya Olliff, and local post Commander Carl Saunders. Her leave ended Nov. 6.


80th BIRTHDAY


PHOTO BY JIM KELLY
Iris Gilliard of the Torry community celebrated her 80th birthday Sunday, Nov. 7, at the
Best Western Hotel in Wauchula. She was one of nine children. Her parents were Jesse
and Mildred Green of Wauchula. He was a truck farmer. Shown (from left) are siblings
Linda Perkins of Zolfo Springs, Lorine Dees of Wauchula, Iris Gilliard, Lillie Crane of
Wauchula, Sue Birge of Wauchula, and Mitchel Green of Onley, Va. Three siblings are
deceased: Laura Fox of Enterprise, Ala. (2000), William Green of Kentucky (1988), and
James Green of Wauchula (2010).


PHOTO BY JIM KELLY
A gold party at Heartland Gold in Wauchula on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 28, raised
$4,379 for the Hardee Rotary Club. Shown (from left) are club President Sue Birge,
Heartland Gold owner Wes Roe and club Treasurer Zee Smith. Roe is a WZZS radio
announcer for Hardee Wildcat Football games on Friday nights. The check was pre-
sented at the Rotary meeting Wednesday, Nov. 3, at the Java Cafe in Wauchula.


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Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Rich-
ardson of Wauchula, a five-
pound 10-ounce son, Anthony
Earl Richardson Jr., born Sept.
26, 2010, at DeSoto Memorial
Hospital in Arcadia. Mrs.
Richardson is the former
Jennifer Driggers. Maternal
grandparents are Melisa Waters
and Dale Driggers, both of
Madison. Paternal grandparents
are Lisa Richardson of Madison
and' Jimmy Richardson of
Wauchula. Paternal great-
grandparents are Earl and
Rommel Parks of Bowling
Green.





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With The Moscow Ballet


Kaley Shepard, a freshman at
Hardee Senior High School. has
been selected to perform with
the Moscow Ballet in its annual
presentation of the holiday clas-
sic. "'he Nutcracker." Kaley
was selected from among hun-
dreds of young dancers from
around the state to earn a part in
the show. She will be playing
the part of a "soloist angel" dur-
ing the first act of the ballet.
In addition to rehearsals, cos-
tume fittings and performing.
Kaley will participate in master
classes with professional


dancers from the ballet compa-
ny
Kaley has been taking dance
lessons since the age of 3 and
studies locally with Kerry
Bryant at Tip 'toes Dance
Studio, where she also works
with beginning dancers as a
teacher's assistant.
The performance is sched-
uled for Dec. 27 at the Lakeland
Center.
Her young cousin. Blake
Palmer, will also be appearing
in the show;


COURTESY PHOTO
Local teen Kaley Shepard will dance with the famed
Moscow Ballet in Lakeland next month.


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This coming Saturday, the
first annual Strolling 4 A Cure
walk will be held at the Brook-
side Bluffs community.
Proceeds raised will benefit
two area non-profit agencies,
Tidewell Hospice and the De-
Soto Memorial Hospital Out-
Patient Chemotherapy Unit.
While both of these non-prof-
its are located in DeSoto Coun-
ty. individuals from Hardee
County may also benefit.
Through the hospital's foun-
dation. uninsured persons can
ask for financial assistance with
screening and chemotherapy.
Tidewell will also assist fami-
lies and patients in the same
financial standing.
On the morning of the walk.
registration begins at 7:30 and
participants. who have been
sponsored financially, will have
a choice of two paths-3.14
miles or 1.24 miles. Walkers
will have until noon to com-
plete their chosen path.
After the walk participants
will be treated to lunch. A num-
ber of other acti ties ha\e been
planned


Tealishia Owens and Joshua
Coronado of Wauchula, a six-
pound 12-ounce daughter,
Ryleigh Nicole Coronado, born
Oct. 17, 2010, at Florida
Hospital Heartland in Sebring.
Maternal grandparent is Lelo
Mushrush of Bowling Green.
Maternal great-grandparents are
LeRoy and Louise Mushrush of
Wauchula. Paternal grandpar-
ents are Anna and Santos
Coronado Jr. of Wauchula.
Paternal great-grandparents are
Raymundo and Maria Corona-
do of Wauchula.

Birth announcements will be
published free of charge within
three months of the date of
birth. A photo of the infant as
a newborn only mav be
added at no cost. Any other
photo of the baby will cost S/5.


COURTESY PHOTO
Peace River Electric Cooperative's charitable foundation,
Operation Round Up, recently granted $5,500 to two area
charities. Operation Love Outreach in Fort Meade
received $3,000 to aid its efforts to feed needy individu-
als, and DeSoto County Habitat for Humanity in Arcadia
received $2,500 to assist in constructing a handicap-
accessible home for a local family. Here, Operation
Round Up (center, from left) Vice President Joe Parrish
and President Julian "Tip" Tharp present grant checks to
representatives of each organization. The funds come
from PRECO customers, whose utility bills are "rounded
up" to the next dollar, with the extra cash going to chari-
ty.


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VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION


OH, HONEY!


PHOTO Br JIM KELLY'
Cathy Parrella, vocational counselor for the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation,
Florida Department of Education, spoke to the Hardee Rotary Club on Wednesday, Nov.
3, at the Java Cafe. She has a caseload of 189 in Hardee and DeSoto counties. The
Wauchula office is located south of Wauchula State Bank and can be reached at 773-
2802. For companies that hire a client, the state will reimburse the salary for six
months, plus taxes, training and insurance. "The goal is to match the right person with
the right job and provide on-the-job training." Clients have mental or physical disabili-
ties. Companies are not obligated to continue employing the employee. This is an
opportunity for an employer to mentor an individual with a disability and help the per-
son develop skills and experience. Shown (from left) are club President Sue Birge,
Parrella, Troy Brant and Wes Roe.


CHRISTIAN FARMERS


PHOTO BY JIM KELLY
The Wauchula Kiwanis Club on Tuesday, Nov. 9, heard a report on Fellowship of
Christian Farmers International, which has 4,000 supporting members in the United
States and 1,000 in Canada. The organization is involved in mission trips, evangelism
and rapid action (disaster relief). A group from FCFI is working on a pole barn at Reality
Ranch east of Zolfo Springs. Pictured (from left) are club President Thomas Trevino,
County Judge Jeff McKibben, the Rev. Randy Johnson, diary owner Bill Brown of
Marcey, N.Y, and new Kiwanis member Chet Huddfeston. Brown was the guest speak-


HIGH DIABETES RATE


PHOTO BY JIM KELLY
Optometrist Dr. Mark Sevigny told the Wauchula Lions Club on Thursday, Nov. 11, at the
Java Cafe that nearly 82 percent of Hardee County adults are overweight. Over 45 per-
cent of local adults are sedentary, 14 percent smoke, 13 percent have diabetes, 45 per-
cent have high cholesterol, and 38 percent say they cannot afford to see a doctor.
Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness and leads to a higher rate of cataracts. Two
local school nurses said recently Hardee has the highest rate of diabetes in the state.
Eating healthy food and fiber and exercising are keys to reducing symptoms of dia-
betes, which include severe thirst or increased hunger, frequent urination, weakness
and tiredness, blurred vision, unplanned weight loss, slow healing of cuts and wounds,
numbness or tingling in hands and feet, and recurring infections. Medication can also
help control diabetes. Shown (from left) are Lions sight chairperson Kathleen Roehm,
Helen Summit, Sevigny, Dr. Nick Timmerman and Paul Summit.



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Steve Cantu, of Cantu Apiaries east of Zolfo Springs, spoke to the Wauchula Kiwanis
Club on Tuesday, Nov. 2, at the Panda Restaurant. The company has 3,000 to 4,000
hives of bees and sells honey, pollen, royal jelly, skin care products and pollination
services. Cantu said there are about two million bee hives in the United States, and
over half are used to pollinate California's almond crop in February/March. His bees
also pollinate orange blossoms in March/April and saw palmettos in May. His compa-
ny was founded in 1979. Pictured (from left) are Sam Fite, the Rev. Randy Johnson and
Cantu.


PHOTO BY JIM KELLY
On Nov. 4 at the Java Cafe, the Wauchula Lion Club learned Hardee County has the No.
1 rate of diabetes in Florida, outpacing the other 66 counties, reported Hardee school
nurses Valerie Tanksley and Beth Jernigan. The high rate of Type2 diabetes is related
to diet, lack of exercise and being overweight. Diabetes can lead to vision, loss, heart
attacks, strokes, nerve damage and kidney disease. It can be controlled through diet,
exercise and medication. Type 2 diabetes tends to run in families and in certain ethnic
groups, such as African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, Asian
Americans and Pacific Islander Americans. Shown (from left)are Dr. :Mark Sevigny,
Lions sight chairperson Kathleen Roehm, Tanksley of Zolfo Springs Elementary and
Jernigan of North Wauchula Elementary.


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By JOAN SEAMAN
Of The Herald-Ad ocate
Girls soccer had its first game
last week, while both the girls
and boys are active this week
Dennis Aubry coaches the
boys squad, while his wife
Nicole "Nikki" Aubry handle'-
the girls team They ha,,e
scheduled games so the girls
play at 6 p.m and the boss
immediately after, about 8 p m
[his week's games were
Tuesday at DeSoto and today
(Thursday) at Sarasota Booker
There's a break for Thanks-
giving week, with play resum-
ing Nov. 30 with the first home
games against Cardinal Moon-
cy. The Hardee teams are also
home -Dec 2 against Booker.
The 3A-11 district which
includes Hardee also includes
Booker, DeSoto, Mooney and
Bradenton Southeast.

GIRLS
"Most people see soccer as a
sport. I see it as a way of life.
It's fun, fast and non-stop. It
requires endurance, commit-
ment and a team approach.
Sometimes, it's exhilarating;
sometimes it's exhausting.
When the game starts, the clock
runs with very few opportuni-
ties to recover. Recovery must
take place on the field," says
Coach Nikki Aubry, a Wau-
chula Elementary teacher.
She has a mixed bag of expe-
rience and youth on her squad
in her first season heading the
girls team. There are three sen-
iors, nine juniors, five sopho-
mores and seven freshmen. The
team includes Adrianna
Aguilar, Maria Anselmo, Lisvet
Anton, Addison Aubry, Andrea
Castanon, Sasha Castanon,
Marissa Cononado, Mariella
Delacruz, Keyra Diego, Mari-
bel Diego, Sabrina Hernandez,
Cristal Huerta, Hannah Jacobs,
Julie Juarez, Velia Moran, Yesi
Ortiz, Shyann Rivera, Raquel
Rosales, Alma Ruiz, Nancy
Sanchez, Marisela Santiago,
Yasmin Silva, Yesenia Vargas
and Brenda Zamora.
"We work well as a team, and
the girls have come a long way
over the last month. Our first


The following permits were
applied for or issued by the
Hardee County Building De-
partment during the week of
Nov 7-13. Listings include the
name of the owner or contrac-
tor, the address for the project.
the type of work to be done, iand
the cost involved. Only projects
valued at $1,000 or morre are
listed.

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$1,300.
Tommie Mack. Maxwell
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William E. Martin. Bluff
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Owner/Builder, Broward
Street. renovations. $2.100.
Edward J. Forgue. U.S. 17
South. ag wells. $15.250.
Wynn M. Phillips. Baker
Street. renovations. $3.338.
Wynn M. Phillips. Cham-
berlain Boulevard. renovations.
$2,885.
Susan Davies. Bailey Road.
manufactured home. 550.000.

BUILDING BLOCKS
Before you ask for a building
permit to construct or alter ,our
home. stop by or call the
Planning & Deelopment Of-
fice to be sure ,our property is
properly zoned for what ,ou
want to do. The Zoning/-
Planning office is directly
behind the Building Official's
Office at 401 W Main St..
Wauchula. The Zoning Office
entry is off South Ninth Ave-
nue. For questions, call 773-
0136 or 773-3236.


An American aircraft carri-
er can reach over a fifth of
l mile long and carry close
to one hundred planes.

Earthworms get air from
spaces between particles
of soil. When it rains,
earthworms come to the
surface to avoid drowning!

The world's greatest tea
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s rimmage was last *'eek. and
whilee 'we lost that math )6-0 at
Lake Piacidi. we were able to,
get a g'jd look at some areas of
weakness that we ha'.e focused
on strengthening." commented
Aubry
"Needless to say, the girls are
anxious to get back to Lake
Placid for a re-match' We begin
our regular season this week,
tra'.eling with the boys team to
DeSoto and Sarasota Booker
We haer a well-balanced team.
and a full roster Although our
team is relatively young, we are
fortunate to have eight returners
who bring with them experi-
ence and maturity." added
Coach Aubry.
"Soccer has played a tremen-
dous role in the raising of our
children, and 1 am very grateful
for the opportunity to be in-
volved in it once again. Having
coached younger teams for sev-
eral years, I was excited at the
chance to move to a high school
team. I knew this coaching ven-
ture would be different simply
because of the age of the play-
ers.
"My first decision as the head
coach was to bring in a highly
seasoned player to take the role
of our trainer-our oldest
daughter, Peyton Sullivan.
Peyton brings to the field a keen
sense of the game, having
played several years for a top-
notch trainer from Scotland
Callum McDonald while she
played travel ball in Tennessee.
"Both on and off the field, I
am confident the returnees will
help Peyton and I lead our Lady
Wildcats through what we
anticipate to be a very success-
ful year," concluded the coach.
The Hardee girls finished 4-
4-1 last season, with outstand-
ing goalie Kristina Garcia cap-
ping the season when she
signed to play soccer for Polk
State College.

BOYS
Boys Coach Dennis Aubry is
upbeat about his team. The
fourth-year teacher at Hardee
High and his family moved to
Hardee County from Tennessee,
where all of their seven children
have played soccer and has
been involved in it. This is his
first year coaching at the high
school. He will be assisted by
Jose Narvaez. His brother Ivan
Narvaez played on last year's 7-
3-1 team and younger brother
Edgar is a junior returnee.
"The boys soccer program
has 25 members; 20 have made
the game roster. A few players
have yet to come out due to
participation in a fall sport.
There has been a high interest
in soccer this year with many
players both signing up and
coming out for try-outs," said
Coach Aubry.
"Our team has a good mix of
9-12 graders; eight to 10 were
on the team last year and a few


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Pending clearance from other
sports are senior Angelo
Parkinson and sophs Octa'io
Alvarez and Miguel Garcia. In
the wings are junior Victor
Salazar. and freshmen Emiliano
Castillo. Juan Francisco.
Armando Santiago and Jacob
Solis.
"The team just finished with
their first fund raiser of the year
by selling authentic Mexican
tamale dinners. We hope to
have another meal to sell in
January. We also hope to
increase both awareness/inter-
est in soccer this year and to
offer opportunities for develop-
ment in the younger ages in our
community in the future," con-
cluded the coach.


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2010 Hardee Wildcat Soccer Schedule


DAY DATE OPPONENT LOCATION TIME

Thursday 11/"'2010 Lake Ptacd (Girts Only) AWAY 630

Tuesday 11/162010 DeSoto AWAY 6008 00

Thursday 11/1812010 Sarasota Booker AWAY 6 00/8 00

Tuesday 11/30/2010 Cardinal Mooney HOME 600/800

Thursday 12/2/2010 Sarasota Booker HOME 6:00/8:00

Thursday 129/2010 Bradenton Southeast HOME 6.00/800

Tuesday 12/14/2010 DeSoto HOME 600/800

Thursday 12/16/2010 Cardinal Mooney AWAY 6:008.00

Saturday 12/18/2010 Tnrton Itaional @ AWAY 8:00 AM 500 PM
SManner High School
Thursday 1/6/2011 Bradenton Southeast AWAY 6 00/8 00

Friday 1/7/2011 Avon Park HOME 6:00/800

Tuesday 1/11/2011 Lake Placid (Girts Only) HOME 630

Thursday 1/13/2011 Avon Park AWAY 6:00/8 00

Wednesday 1/19/2011 Frostproof (Boys Only) AWAY 6:30


Boys Head Coach Dennis Aubry
Girls Head Coach Nikki Aubry

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W12 N. Chlirleston Ave., Fort Meade, FL









SITE DEVELOPMENT
INC
((,n(116528
Now Taking Applications
For the following position:

Roadway Superintendent

Mlust have experience in all aspects of
lad construction and in management.

Duties include, but are not limited to,
inatiniing crews and multiple projects, scheduling,
and assisting project manager.

NlMust he self-motivated, able to meet deadlines,
takc responsibility for actions, be a team player,
lead and get along well with others
and have a positive attitude.

(')l. license and MSH-A certification a plus

Applly in person at:
(I. (obh Construction, Inc./
(ohh Site Development, Inc.
1(1 S. (lh Ave., Wauchula, FL 33873
(next to Burger King)
Tel:(863) 773-3839
DIu :-Fcc Workplace. Criminal background
,nid din\cr's license checked prior to hiring.
EEOE 11.18c


JIM SEE REALTY, INC.

206 North 6th Avenue, Wauchula, FL 33873
Office (863)773-0060 Evening (863)773-4774
www.jimseerealty.com
James V See. Jr., Broker James V. See, Sr.. Broker


401 .icrs ol prinm development property.
Wdi.lni t Ii the nlt' Ililltop school. Zoned
t mimi c n t. t ail for details:

5* .nt ', ( npletel' fenced and in the country!
P l Itt ti htiiilini 'itre. Priced to sell at S35.000)

3 lit ldriioll. 2 l.ith houe on 2+ acres. Close to
hitn. \,kinii 5 it.,51lll.

lit ItI I'ric RtductionI 15-- acres located West
,ii \\ .1 u1. lil.i oni \ lndolah Rd. Beautiful building
,it ., \iih ti.m- ll reek meandering across proper-
I\ is', .aCris from the \\auchula airportt
tii! i .I lt 1 10.000)

lt.miitlil I3 htdrooim. 2 1V2 hath home recently
rt intdtld including in-ground pool. I.ocated on
.1 lit. i l ITd strct in .i creat. neighborhood. Won't
La-t lhni .it ;2 I. ) |0,0 :

(,l.it lhimi on s, e r.i l.irge lots iln \auchula.
lliil it ild floors un'tidr c.irpet in hbdrooms.|
( int i .l .nr it .iat. \l.Ma-ic' hrick fireplace. 3 hed-1
I ,,li. 2 .ithl 2 car carport. \-king 229.000

3 Ithdr iii. 2 It.it hout in town. Cute house!
N it1 nTilt liistl' .ipinie. ( )Il\ 59 .50 4
Sit t- hi ,i' ti inli \\.iN chul. i on pa\ed road.
,ii t.i plit lur iiour ntt-% residence. l)eed
I- l nI lik ( "I 2.50l


Beln ( ibsion
S( ;>l in Bates
Dti.t% lhbritton


YOUNG CATTLEMAN SeeK ";
fenced pasture 10- acres Save
on taxes an d rowng 863-49--
5991. 10 28-'2 2s
DIESEL INJECTION repa rs
pumps, turbo. inectors car
remove and install 863-381-0538
9 15-12 23p
FOR SALE: 9 ft Bush Hog IModae
3209) Offset Mower with Grove
Shield and Dual Solid Tires
Excellent condition. $3500 firm
Call 781-1951. 11.18.25p


SOUTH FLORIDA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE


Agriculture
L DICKS ifNC s -:A c-.:-cas. -'
c: -s' Z' '-e 2:' season
a-= ce,c"2 Ca C ,a- < Ma-.e -
8-C38' 4- :
MASSEY FERGUSESON 23!
T'acto,' t,.: Busr- Hog & Box
B aae 0- 64; I rs $se- 55300
9 41)505-09"3 -' 1 i 8p



2005 NISSAN TITAN $11.000
good condiio. crew cab. 73.000
miles. runs good. Call 863-781-
2114. 11:18p
98 DODGE RAM 52.250. 781-
1062. 11:11c
2005 5 SPEED CHEVY Aveo
$3.000. 863-245-9582.
10:14-11:18p
WE PAY TOP PRICES for junk
cars. Pickup available. Crooms
Salvage. 781-3767. 2:7tfc



NEED EXTRA INCOME? Need a
career change? $800 mth (PT),
$2,000 mth (FT). We are hiring.
No experience required. No $$$
investment. Professional training.
We offer incentive vacations,
monthly display bonuses, profit
sharing program. 863-448-7397.
11:18dh


2 Salespeople
Needed

To sell the BEST
cars! Successful
candidates have
exc. people skills,
great work habits
& the desire to
succeed.

Fantastic income
potential.
Training pay,
salary + comm.,
benefits & spiffs!

Apply in person to:



FORD
1031 U.S. HWY 17 N.
WAUCHULA

OR



CHEVY/CHRYSLER
DODGE/JEEP
1405 U.S. HWY 17 S.
WAUCHULA

Come Ready to
Interview with
Kevin Hanchey!
cl10:28tfc


600 West College Drive
Avon Park, FL 33825
(863) 784-7132 FAX (863) 784-7497
E-MAIL jobs@southflorida edu
wwvysouthflorida edu/hr/


DIRECTOR, CAREER CENTER
A full-time, year-round position responsible for planning
and directing the activities of the Career Center and providing
a broad range of career development services to students.
Some evening hours are required. Bachelor's degree required;
Master's degree preferred. Extensive experience in career
advising, job development and placement, employability
training and testing, and/or related areas required. Management
experience required. Experience working in a higher
education environment preferred. Competitive salary plus a
comprehensive benefits package, including retirement,
health/life insurance, and vacation/sick leave. Application review
begins: 12/1/10. Please visit our website for more information.
SFCC IS AN EQUAL ACCESS/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION
cl!1 II 25c


One must ask children and
birds how cherries and
strawberries taste.
-Goethe


Dusty Albritton


POLK COUNTY! 1.48+ acres with highway
frontage. Great location for any operation need-
ing a shop, office and on-site storage. S225.000
45 ac citrus grove. Valencias & Hamlin. Double
wide mobile home. Fruit proceeds included (sub-
ject to FOM contract). Located in NE Hardee
County. $427.500
REDUCED! Spacious home located in
Briarwood Subdivision. 3 Bedroom. 2 1/2 Bath
house with wrap around porch. detached 2 car
garage with office and full bath. 5379.000
58 acres close to town. Great property with tons
of potential! S464,000
4-5 bedroom. 4 bath custom built home on 9 1/2
acres. County road access. next to \\auchula.
Iome is complimented with screened back porch
and in-ground pool. Land also has 7 1/2 acres of
producing nurser?. 5430.000
3 bedroom 2 1/2 bath home. Double French door,
open up to the huge porch and pool area.
Convenientl? located in a charming neighbor-
hood right in town. S178.900.
UNDER CONTRACT: Spacious 3 bedroom. 2
hath home with 2 car garage and large lot: cen-
tral air/heat & 2 kitchens. Located 1 block from
Y\IC.\ in \\auchula. REDUCED) to 593.500.


Realtor Associates
(941 737-28010 Robert Jones
1863)381-2242 John H. Gross
l8631781-0(161 Rick Knight


(863i8l1-1423
(863)273-1017
(863)781-1396


AM-SOUTH HEALTHY
I- h office iind(plcpiiinlll i)l ncid cndl operated


Robert Hinnerman
227-0202


NOW HIRING: FT Roadway
Superintendent for Cobb Site
Development. Inc SEE DISPLAY
AD. SECTION B. Apply in person
at 401 S. 6th Ave. (next to Burger
King). 11:18c



32 ON 5 ACRES. 1104 N.
Hollandtown Road. Make Offer.
863-245-9582. 10:14-5:26p



Purebread Angus bull ready to
go! Two years old. 773-4642.
11:11:12:9p
HORSES 2 geldings, 1 mare with
filly. gentle. 863-245-9582.
10:14-1:20p



LOST CAT. Neutered male, fluffy,
orange stripe. 773-9218. 11:18p


SOUTH FLORIDA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE


LARGE SELECTION of Fostona.
mint condition. 773-6525, 832-
2154. 11:18p
GRAVELY BULLHORN MOWER.
Runs good. $800. 735-0890. 832-
1765. 11:18c
GNERAC GENERATOR 7500 EXL
rated watts. $800. Wagon train
twin bed, all wood, $300. Round
bar table with two tall chairs $250.
773-2977. 11:4-12-2p



2006 HOMES OF MERITT large 3
Br 2 Bath. Excellent condition.
25k. 772-461-8868. 11:11,18p
USED 16x80 $24,850; 24x48
$28,850; park trailer, $13,850:
Del. set AC skirting steps. New
14 and 16 wides sale priced.
Banks 863-688-4635. near 1-4 &
98. 10:28-11:25p

Curiosity . endows the
people who have it with a
generosity in argument
and a serenity in cheerful
willingness to let life take
the form it will.


600 West Coliege Dnve
Avon Park FL 33825
(863) 784 7132- FArX (63178) 7497
L MAIL jobs,, souillofld eiAdu
www soLJtlliofiiltJ edu l


INSTRUCTOR, ACCOUNTING/BUSINESS
Full-time, 10-month, tenure-track faculty position to teach
Accounting and Business courses beginning in the Spring term
(January. 2011) Candidates must meet requirements for teach-
ing both Accounting and Business Administration courses
Master's degree in the teaching discipline (or 18 graduate
semester hours in the discipline and a Master's degree). For
specific examples please see detailed position announcement
on our website. Current CPA licensure may substitute for grad-
uate coursework in Accounting. Candidates who meet the crite-
ria for either Accounting or Business Administration and have
significant graduate level coursework in the other discipline may
be considered if completion of the required coursework is immi-
nent. Doctorate in either discipline preferred. Post-secondary
teaching experience strongly preferred. Competitive salary plus
a comprehensive benefits package, including retirement,
health/life insurance, and sick leave. Application deadline: 5 pm,
11/30/10. Please visit our website for more information.
SFCC IS AN EQUAL ACCESS/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION
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ROBIN'S NEST PRESCHOOL

815 EAST MAIN ST WAUCHULA
Learning Center looking for qualified teachers
with staff credentials and your FCCPC. Also Part-
time kitchen person. Must have Food Managers
License and have knowledge of the USDA food
program. Only qualified persons need apply.

Must apply in person. No Phone Calls Please!

Open: Monday Friday 7:00am 5:30pm
Owner Linda Gibson
Lead Teacher Robin Gibson


CIOHA0520


702 SOUTH 6h AVENUE, WAUCHULA

(863) 773-2122 FAX (863) 773-2173
Gary Delatorre Broker

www.cbhardee.com


Nancy Craft
832-0370


NEW LISTING!!! 2 Bedroom/1 Bath home
sits on 2.4 acres located between Wauchula
and Avon Park. central heat and air, private
well. utility shed. shingle roof, hardwood
flooring. ONLY! $72.500

$119.900!!!!! 3 Bedroom 2 Bath CB home
with central heat and air located within City
of Wauchula and close to shopping. Parks,
and schools. Call today for more informa-
tion.

GREAT BARGAIN!! $34,900. 3 Bedroom. 1
Bath home with double lot. utility shed.
appliances, metal roof. and much more.
Located in Zolfo city limits close to school.
CALL TODAY!!

GREAT INVESTMENT!! 3 2 CB home with
central H A. one car garage. total sq. ft.
1.728. Sun and Lakes of Sebring. close to
malls, shopping and medical care.
REDUCED!! $42.750.

5 ACRES $42.500. OWNER FINANCING
AVAILABLE!!

GO TO: HomePath.com For More
-- -. Fannie Mae Properties.


Richard Dasher
781-0162


Victor Salazar
245-1054


NEW LISTING! Beautiful 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
CB home in Indian Lake Estates near Lake
Walk In The Water, has Barrell tile roof, open
kitchen and screened back porch, central
heat air. two care garage. Golfing, boating,
fishing near by. PRICED AT ONLY $71,500.
NEW LISTING!!! 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath home
with extra lot, walking distance to school,
and town. House in good conditiop--owner
ready to negotiate. GREAT LOCATION-Only
$121,500
REDUCED!!! $82.500 INCLUDING EXTRA
LOT!!! 2B 2B home with central heat / air,
one car garage, appliances, garage door
opener, work-shop and storage area, all in
quiet neighborhood and close to shopping
and schools.
NEW LISTING!! 3 B 2 Bth CB home with cen-
tral heat air. stove, refrigerator, vaulted ceil-
ings. two car garage, tile / carpet flooring,
close to schools and various other activities.
Priced (F $159.900
ZOLFO SPRINGS!!! Very clean, well main-
tained. 3 BD 2BTH Double Wide, w/ central
heat air. stove, refrigerator, two car garage,
metal roof, and also storage shed. $62,500.
Call for more information
REDUCED!! $92.900!! 3Bdr / 2Bth Mobile
Home with 5 acres between Wauchula and
Avon Park.


EXPERIENCED LADY for full time
house keeping job. No alcohol.
Do cooking, laundry, shop and
run errands, clean house. Room
and board if wanted. 863-368-
1457. 11:11,18p






Store Wide Sale
Dining room start $197
Living room tables $99
4 Pc. Bedroom Start $397
Recliners start $3977
Spend over $1,000 and get
additional 10% off
HIGHPOINT
FURNITURE
OUTLET STORE
2350 U.S. 27 North Sebring
Florida
Across from Ilome Depot
863-382-0600


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PERSONAL PROPERTY- ''a',
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FREE FEMALE KITTEN a-c
y/ungj malc ca' 448-7220

FREE TO GOOD HOME 2
AKC registered trained -a 'e
female forces If interested con.
tact james Narren92'-gmain; crom
I 18nc
FREE KITTENS to a good home
Litter trained Bo/ ing Greer area
352-536-0336 1 11 e8p
ADOPT A PET' If you have lost a
pet or are looking for a new one,
the City of Wauchula invites you
to come and see if you can find
the pet you re looking for. The
Wauchula Animal Control is locat-
ed at 685 Airport Road. Please
call 773-3265 or more informa-
tion. tfc-dh
ATTENTION State Statutes
828.29 requires that all cats and
dogs sold in Florida be at least 8
weeks old. have an official health
certificate, have necessary shots
and be free of parasites, tfc-dh


'-P;CK B ac-Eies a-c Po e
Beas S15 c-s-e S"a,,.;e,'es
m -g scon 2494 Ce':er HK
Rs Bowling Geen 0" SR 52
4 5 m:!es ,es! c' US Hey '7
Open 7 dais 7a'r--Spm 863-223-
5561F 1i 18p



ARE YOU RECEIVING Monthly
paym-ents from a mortgage0 I
ouy mortgages 863-832-1984
11 4-12:2p
2007 D W MANUFACTURED
home, 3BR 28A. 5.14 acres.
fenced goat shed. chicken
house, shop. porches, $155,000.
(731) 614-1297. 10:21-11:18p



1997 PURSUT 25'. real low
mileage. 58.000. negotiable. 773-
2977. 11:4-12:2p
MH 1998 PACE ARROW, good
condition. 22,000 actual miles,
new tires, $25.000. For appoint-
ment call (813) 426-4729 or (863)
445-3405. 10:28-11:25p



APTS. & HOUSES FOR RENT.
773-6667. 11:18cc


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4 OIQ00 (' complete Set (6) of Batteries
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THREE BEDROOM HOUSE ce--
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773-4355 ': 28-'" 25p
TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTT
eer"-a' -"s ces S5:; c -s
deoost ''3-474C '3 28-'" 25
3 2 COMPLETELY REMODELED
Nce aea Wa-uc,. a $7'52
-on1r" $750 sepcs,t 863-~35-
1158 863-781-2708 10 28-1' 25;
OFFICE SPACE car be a oar-
ber beauty shop Also a office
area 781-6746 10 28-11 25p
3 2 MH OFF HOLLANDTOWN Rd
$650. first last, security, refer-
ence. 773-0620. 381-3538. 11:18p
NICE COUNTRY APARTMENT.
S395. Electric included. $395
security. Larger S495. 954-629-
4486. 11:18p
FAST FOOD Business opportuni-
ty. Restaurant space available for
rent in Bowling Green BP Would
make great location for pizza.
chicken, or mexican food. Call
863-375-2010 or 813-368-3002.
11:11:12:2c
TOWNHOUSES. immaculate con-
dition, 1400 sq. ft. 2 BR. 2 1 2 B.
$650 month. 773-2122. 11:11tfc
NICE, CLEAN. FURNISHED effi-
ciency apartment. AC heat, utili-
ties included. $130 per week.
First week rent, damage deposit
and references required. 773-
9793 or 863-832-0676. 11:18p
A WASHER AND DRYER come
with this light, cheerful one bed-
room duplex apartment. Has a
private entrance and screened
porch. $120 weekly, damage
deposit and references required.
773-9793 or 863-832-0676. 11:18p
1 BEDROOM 1 BATH very clean,
references, no smoking, no pets.
$500, $550 security. 863-773-
.9291. 10:28tfc


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38R 2 B FT MEADE $555
c s =ecs: 863-225-242-

2 $ S55C MONTHLY $55C D
aadiaDie 1C 21 '73-01c0.
MOVE-IN TODAY *
MOBILE HOMES 1 bed
mo 2 bed $350 mo-up: 3
$450 mo-up. Close to sch
hospital. no pets. S200 d
Se habla espanol 1863) 69
or 698-4908.


ATTENTION! The Federal Fair
Housing Act Prohibits advertising
any preference or limitation
based on race, color, religion.
sex. handicap, familial status or
national origin, or the intention to
make such a preference or limita-
tion. Familial status includes chil-
dren under 18 living with parents
or guardians and pregnant
women. tfc-dh



B SEE SOUND
PRO-AUDIO for any event.
773-6375. www.bseesound.com.
10:21-11:18p
PORTABLE, Certified, Welder
Patrick Brown will go wherever
you need him to go. 863-245-1338
or 863-781-5492. 10:21-11:18p
JOSEF'S PROPERTY CARE -
Mow, trim, plant. $20 hour. 797-
6509. 10:21-11:18p
IS ALCOHOL CAUSING a prob-
lem? Call Alcoholics Anonymous
in Hardee County at 781-6414.
Several weekly meetings.
dh


STHE PALMS ;


Available for

Immediate Occupancy

$99 Move In Special through November 30"h

*Plus $1200 FREE RENT*
(*One year lease @$100n/o reduction)


* Spacious 2, 3 & 4 BR Garden Apts.

* Open, quiet country setting.

* Close to Sheriff's Station on Martin
Luther King Jr Ave and La Playa
Drive.


$500 OFF
any Vehicle with Coupon
Must Bring Coupon


Monday Thursday -w' i Friday & Sal
10 am to 7 pm0 am 7:


Realtor
220 N. 6th Avenue
\Vauchula, Florida 33873
(83) 773-3337 Fax: (Sb3) 773-0144 -
swivwv.floresrealtv.net
Noey A Flores

Special Of The Week


HR 2/' 1 ( I himi in lau( hula. ( 'nral air and heat.
iaraii ,. Tcramiiilr ori in A kitchitn. bath\ andi hack piatii.
\ k t( ih h('In abinlt'. ,bad patir, alih vinvl wiindow/i
andl pri a ti u nt in bat k. 5149.l90u.0l0
RI- l IM ( 1 () ')210.900.0lllll Makt an appointment ton ste thi,
inmmanicil.itt 31R 211 \ ( tl hniii "ithll Yi -52ti l f t nder riif.
SI nit\ i otintrs\ li\in ji l o I- .Icr-c 11ut ill minutely front the \\il-
ni.irfl t ho lopjiiii; tno l r.
'Pcrfctt htniinc for .a .riM isv f.imil 3BR 2B \ \iith t\ii car ,ar.q!u.
l.Inll\ h n\lll room,lll. (linnill roomn .ind l.o art L e ciime roomiii with door
t\iini pooll .irui. 3.3l ll0 tlund r ro l 2.lH00-- hua.iltd. I .iri.' corner
lot. P1 t Rc(dlmtd toIn '13l9.000.00lll
WE SHARE THE SAME MLS WITH HIGHLANDS COUNTY!

SRemember. Our listings are on the Internet.
Anyone with a computer can access them anytime'
After Hours "---


Oralia D lores 18631 781-2955
Noey A Ficres 18631 781 4585


Johr Freeman (863) 781-4084
Jesse Sambrano (863) 245-6891


* Award winning Professional Bi-lingual
Management Staff.
Affordable Rents

701 La Playa Drive, Wauchula
Rental Office Hours Mon Fri 1:00 5:00 PM
After hours by appointment
S(863) 773-3809, TDD 800-955-8771 i
-qual Oppiortunity Lmplo yr and Provider 4 25c
d111 4-25c


ECONOMY FULL SET DENTURES*(Ds5o.D5120).............$375
Custom Full Set Dentures '~c,-s; DSL M . ........................S625


Custom Full Upper or Lower r,5n oci,
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$365
$945


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FT GREEN GRASS CHOPPERS
Licensed Insured Mowing. weed-
eating, edging pressure washing
Locally Owned Randall Davis
863-773-4246. 863-781-0902 or
863-'81-0900 1111:12:9p


NEW ALCOHOLICS ANONY-
'' 8? MOUS meeting in Hardee County.
epos' Thursdays 7 pm. 131 South 81h
10 7tec Avenue. Wauchula. For more info
call LeAnne at 863-214-8430 or
c,-,. Bill 239-821-4184. 9:2dhtfc


-^ ^
I bed -
ools &
eposit.
8-4910
8:20tfc


ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION
additions, screen rooms, car-'
ports. glass rooms. pool enclo-
sures. rescreening. decks, con-
crete. Harold Howze Construction
735-1158. RR0050181.
10:28-12:2p
OVERCOME MEETINGS
(Gillespie) have been moved to
the Women's Club on Wednesday
nights. 7 pm. Come and see!
Kenny Sanders is the facilitatory.
More information call 773-5717.
6:10tfc
DO YOU HAVE a problem with
drugs? Narcotics Anonymous
meets Monday and Thursday
nights 7:00 p.m. at First United
Methodist Church, at the corner
of Palmetto and 7th Ave., Wau-
chula. 12:6tfcdh


NEED A WELL OR HAVE PUMP
TROUBLE? CALL
ULLRICH'S PITCHER PUMP
For complete well, sales,
service and installation,
call (863) 773-6448.


7:18tfc


ATTENTION' State Statutes 489-
119 Section 5 Paragraph B and
Hardee County Ordinance 8'-09
Section 10 Paragraph D require
all ads for any construction-reiat-
ed service to carry the contrac-
tor's license number. tfc-dh



BUYING GOLD & SILVER COINS.
US paper money. scrap gold and
silver. Do not sell to hotel buyers.
They buy for melt value. Do not
send scrap gold in the mail. You
get stung. Buying and selling 40
years. Capt. Ed 904-222-4607.
11:4-12:2p
TO BUY. 20 to 30 acres of land for
agriculture purposes, also open
to suggestions. 786-399-5820.
11 18p

Major League Baseball
rule 301c says that
umpires must rub down six
dozen baseballs to dull
their shine before a game
can start.


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r773-5994
Topsy See
II Nv 17 frontage-- BR I Bath home sits on 50 x 152 lot in Ilow liog
(;reen. S84.500.
1 ac. high & dry. Approx. 269 ft. road frontage-deed rstricteld.
$29,900.
3 BR 2 Bath 1987 )\W 1890 sq. ft. all the extras including security
system. 5 acres with beautiful oaks and stocked pond. Reduced
$120,000.
3BR 2 Bath I)V. All appliances, window treatments, ceiling fans in-
cluded. V'erv nice home in excellent condition. Sets on 5.2 ac.
$129,000.
Very nice 1980 M.1I. 1982 sq. ft., fully furnished, mose in read\.
includes linens, dishes, cookware. TV, most anything you Nill need.
This is a great buy at $48,000).
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set on 5.4 acres all fenced w/pond $130W.(M)0.
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NEW LISIN(;G One acre
wooded building site near high
school. $27.51)0!
Goodbye, traffic...Hlello, peace
& quiet! 2(~ ac fenced pasture
W/pond. 288SF cabin, 4" well
inside 6(_-SF shed. NOW
$160.0(00!
3BR/IBA home in B; on corner
lot ,/fenced yard. ,workshop.
shed. S68.9{00!
Move-in read:!, New 3BR, 2BI
CB home w/open kitchen. luxu-1
rious master hath. on 1/2 ac lot!i
$ 110.000!

Great size for beginning citrus
owner: 10 ac Valencia groNe
w/two 4" wells, pump. micro-jet
irrigation, drain tile S95,000:
14t acs on private rd. creek.,
pasture & woods. zoned A-1.
S 112.000.
100' fronting LS175.
\\auchula. zoned C-2: Plents of'
warehouses for storage: Large
office building. 5432-_i- total &
3788'-V \I( l-t at lot.

Imagine sour ne home in the
perfect setting' Beautiful 31 ac
pasture in Ona. Fenced &
adorned w /oak & pine trees.
S230.0l00:
Ideal for farming: 21.86: ac
pasture is fenced. has %well. close
to Ito n. S 186.5.O:


3BR/2B.A home (on 4 lots
beautiful oaks, fenced in
backyard. (Close to schools.
$95,0(00

Roomy 4BR/2BA CB home in
l\Vauchula on corner lot:
IRemodeled hath. solid surface
kitchen countertops. large
screened porch. n\ew carport:
S158.000!

High & dry pasturi:land: 1 O ac
improved. fenced land on pri-
,ate rd is attractive homesite. or
perfect for cattle/hors.es
,$S120.000!

PRIC( Ri.DI C().: Pack .our
overnight bags & head to this
peaceful retreat': 5 ac f ien(ed
w/Iots of oaks. pond. t rck.
12'x2 shed. S66.500:

(Charming and priced to sell:
2BR/1B 1060 SF home lotss
of updates: new '/( insulation.
carpeting. wiring. I)en (;in be
3rd HR. 589.91I0): 1lakel an
offer:

38.5- a( on the 1'eate Riser
w/lots of beautiful lak-. pines
and palmettol. I',ole barn &
2BR/2B \ \III. S524.l)0l'

Beautiful native I lrida:
e(luderd 5-- ;a( of \,oodi d land
has deeded acess tio Peace
River!: (anoe. amp. ft-sil hunt.
rela\': ,90.000:


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Date, Same Place 502 E. Main
Street Same Time 8 a.m. -
Noon. Donations still accepted.
Call 375-2513 or 781-2874.
11:11,18c
SAT. 8-1 3206 Schoolhouse Rd.,
Zolfo. Lots of goodies for every-
one. 11:18p
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, 3048
Lawndale Drive, Zolfo Springs.
Clothes, purses, jewelry, tools,
fishing poles and much more.
11:18p
EVERY MONDAY-SATURDAY.
Generator, new refrigerator,
Polaris 4-wheeler, marble tables,
etc. 1104 N. Hollandtown Rd.
11:18-12:30
SAT. 7:30 am, New Vision
Learning Center, Zolfo Springs.
Clothes, tools, DVD's, misc items.
11:18p
SAT. 8-? MULTI-FAMILY. 637 Polk
Road. Baby boy clothes, toys,
teen clothes, strollers, misc.
11:18p
YARD SALE FRI. & SAT. 601 E.
Banana St., BG. 11:18p





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Clothing, movies, knives, swords.
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items, large oak dining room set,
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FRIDAY/SATURDAY, 8 am ? 4310
U.S. Hwy. 17 N., Bowling Greed.
Lots of stuff. 11:18c
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Fri. & Sat. 9 am 3 pm. Furniture,
artificial fish bait, tools, flowers.
11:18p
SATURDAY-Entertainment cen-
ter, table, tools, misc. items. 5118
Mason Dixon Ave. Bowling Green.
11:18p
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, 8-2, 246
Griffin Road, Wauchula. Clothes,
shoes, household, misc. 11:18p
SATURDAY 7 am till 1 pm. 229
Short St., Wauchula. 3 family sale.
11:18p
FRI & SAT. Moving sale. Charlie
Creek. 1361 Morgan Grice Rd.
11:18p
SATURDAY 8 TILL NOON.
Palmetto Clinic, 214 W. Palmetto
Street. Clothes, furniture, misc.
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'I he : rJ:.F B ._: : : F. r:J F!h &
W ildlisc C..c .a', C. o' : :e- :- : --rt- res'. afterr
hati.hcr in S.-r:er C.' T-.- B..-. C Cr:er r -en: Lr ted a
largemouth bass s:, o:ng 'a.r-kh TFe F\'VC .an uns\ers;i\
experts met di-us- ho.' t', :neg rae ha'.her. :: h into plans to
ensure susta:n-ble. quailrt bass :;h;ng
.A earl., as 1948. Florida nsheries biol.gi.t! realized that
st xking small fingerling bas- abou, 1i-.5", into likes or riders
with existing tih populations did not generate substantial improse-
ments for anglers. Part of the problem is ho-, man\ of these small
fish are immediately consumed b\ predators or die trom stress, and
another part deals ith the fact that bass are \er\ prolitfic spa\ ners.
Each pair ot spawning bass needs onl\ a te\s of their hundreds ot
thousands of eggs to eross to adulthood to maintain the population.
Consequently the FWC and most state fisheries agencies t',picall
stock only small Phase-I fingerlings into lakes that recently
reflooded, experienced a major fish kill or lost a year class (which
means a spanning season was disrupted, often by unusual weather
patterns), and where adequate habitat exists to sustain bass.
However in recent years, the FWC has pioneered several new
bass-rearing technologies at the Bass Center and through other
adjunct programs. These include de\ eloping production techniques
to rear advanced Phase-II fingerling bass on artificial diets, includ-
ing training them to eat pelleted food. developing news diets cus-
tomized to their nutritional needs, and then retraining them to take
live prey fish prior to being stocked.
It is clear from recent angler surveys pertaining to the draft
Black Bass Management Plan that the public thinks the FWC
should stock more bass.
There are clear-cut benefits to stocking bass under specific
conditions, such as after a major fish kill, when a new water body
is flooded (such as water storage areas and irrigation ponds), or
when Florida's famous sinkholes refill. However, more research is
needed to improve the return on investment when bass are stocked
into lakes, with established bass or other predators, to ensure


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402 South 6th Avenue
Wauchul. FL 33873
BRICK 3B/2Bth. w/b fireplace, verv convenient
location. 557.000
5 Acres with large oaks and cleared field:
secluded. 540.000
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- I- ; ked :-:,h -re caught bI anglers to justily the expendi-
1. Fl,.idJ. mi', money, foir Tr!h management comes from
' :.-rC_,::,'":j. : i2 ,en .es ex,:ise tlaxe on fishing ,tackle and sale
,: ',' F. :nre i-L'emouth baN con.ser'aniion license plates So.
:.n. F\VC .s determined to make certain our fi.sh rexsurc: .and
0 -:er bet nent Ifrm cl\er, Jollar
The \ ,rkshop \:on,'luded that more research is needed to
re:me Iimine o1 \Shen baN, are stocked. to determine the mosi co.t-
e:;.cten! size to .stock them. and to stud\ hatcher, rearing tech-
n:ques and stoc'king protocols
For pecitifl generic concerns a-.N'ciated \ lth stocking. F\ C
b'io!,,g Its oltered the follo\ ing pro con considerations.
On the pro side. man\ biologists think the extra cost and time
aNsociated \ ith addressing genetic issues i justified. After all. the
Florida largemouth bass is a subspecies \\ith unique characteristics
that make it the premier fresh, after sport fish in North America
Since stocking impacts ma\ go undetected for generations and ma\
be impossible to reverse. this group of scientists feels a conseria-
ti'e approach should be followed.
On the other hand-the con side-some managers feel that
controlling production costs and having more bass available for
stocking should be more important than genetic integrity. Genetic
restrictions also prohibit stocking pure Florida largemouth bass
into North Florida. since a h brid bet een the northern and Florida
largemouth natural\ exists in that area. This could limit troph\
bass production for North Florida. since other southeastern states
attribute trophy production to their Florida bass-stocking pro-
grams.
In 2011. Florida fresh after fish hatcheries are slated to pro-
duce and stock nearly five million fish, including Phase-I and
Phase-ll largemouth bass. bluegill. redear. crappie, catfish, striped
bass and sunshine bass. Those fish will add tremendously to the
enjoyment of more than 1.4 million anglers fishing the fresh waters
of the "Fishing Capital of the World."
Each year and each day. FWC fisheries biologists art working
to make that fishing better. If you'd like to comment on bass-stock-
ing issues, take the brief survey at http://bit.ly/l.MBstock.

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\% ELCOME BACK!
[This grcclin' i c'encdei Reahli K Ram. h Y,,urh Rde',.
whic.h. alter. hiatus )t 'i,, .C- r' i, back in a. li, n-t- the great
delight I the participants. thc:r pircnt. aJnd the man\ ,peclators,
I-[or mans \Jar this e. t .J a ,J hlurc in Iardee C',unis on
the second I-rida c.cnming oit cr., m,nth tIr m September through
March. and -,metimrnes ,..a- rll -oing srnrn, at midnight The
2007-08 season changed it up a hit. hldindn the roui,,hto .k cents
,n Frida) evening, hut m'. ing the timed cenis lto Saturda).
But rnoI, we are ,Istrl tl a Saturda'. c cn. Atelr sin-in. we
hegin with a short cowboy church. led by Randy Johnsn ot
Reality Ranch Minlstries Most months we hItk forward it secing-
Randy's parents. James and Belfl Johnson. and last month I e en
spotted Rand's son. Jessie
Realil Ranch' arena lh-j.atd. for those of ou who don't
already know. about 2 1/2 miles cast of Zll, Springs on Route 66)
is my fasonirc arena-large enough for formal rodeo competitions
but small enough that the hlittllc ies I.c call them "Tin 'lots")
aren't iltimidated
T'he number ot iardec C',untl syuth who are competing is
really encouraging, and we ha'e a large number of newcomers to
the sport. So the photos will be of those kids (you regulars will just
have to wait until later columns).
We have Tony Webb. joined by his younger brother. Matt;


Luke Roberts rides his sheep in the mutton bustin' event.
- a=, :.-UZMT


Lacey Cumbee exhibits a perfect turn around the second
barrel in the Senior Division.


Dawuon Cantu. j oned b. his hunger bother. Camenm; Daimo
and Kirklin Bone. Patrick and Parker Carlik and their crusn.
Jake Bolin. Riley Adanj 'Lody Lane Vina: Hailk Andreus- Hope
Ell lt who has a beauiitul new paint homrs. Marcus Banks and
hil. ouner brother. Luke Roberts; Lace Cumbee. Loni and Kade
Dambti'-. (Grac;. Alrlt tn. and Ceali Whitaker and her youngerr
br,,her. BaJe Mclnnt\re ilf I hate o\se oked anyone. you V II be
irnluded next week )
Man\ m, thee, southh nde in multiple e ent. but some of the
eilr. are 'rnctls in it t i the barrel racing. And dads Justin Webb.
Luke Canru and Clint Bone\ do the buddy npine land ha\e
requc.ted thir .ou kids catch the calf near them. not the opposite
Jide ott the arena',.
Our judges are Peck Hams and Trae Adams. and our pickup
men are Danny McClellan and his nephew. Jackie Bishop. who are
joined by Clint Boney for the roughstock events (since Clint s such
an excellent sheep man). And we have our great sponsors back: CF
Indu mtri. hos banner is really colorful). Hardee Ranch Supply.
Da. id Sinelctary of State Farm Insurance. Heartland Growers. and
Roman III Ranches.
F>r anyone wishing to come watch these budding rodeo stars.
Reality Ranch Youth Rodeo is held on the fourth Saturday of e\ery
month except December this year. when we will all be celebrating
Christmas). with the timed events commencing at 11 a.m. and
roughstock following at 4 p.m.. through April 2011 (which is the
finals).
If for no other reason, come for the concessions-there are
home-baked goodies for sale, including full pies of the season, and
barbecue cooked on site. with Boston butts available for take-
home. And best of all. all of the proceeds are donated back to the
kids!
Keep these "Bits." boots and bridles riding. Let Kathy Ann Gregg
in on \our events and achievements. andshe'll keep you covered.
Reach her at ksleepyk@aol.com or 773-9459. Keep on riding.
Cow boys and Cowgirls!


COURTESY PHOTOS BY KATHYANN GREGG
Matt Webb, who competes in the Tiny Tots division,
rounds the third barrel at the opening day of Reality
Ranch Youth Rodeo.


Marcus Battles shows off his winning style in the steer
riding competition, after which the steer jammed him
into the railings.


Cameron Cantu shows how to take on the second
in the Tots division.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
AMENDMENT TO THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
TOWN OF ZOLFO SPRINGS

PLANNING & ZONING COMMITTEE MEETING
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2010, 6:00 PM
TOWN COMMISSION MEETING
MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2010, 6:00 PM
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE TOWN OF ZOLFO SPRINGS, FLORIDA, PLAN-
NING AND ZONING COMMITTEE AND TOWN COMMISSION WILL EACH HOLD A
PUBUC HEARING TO CONSIDER AMENDMENTS TO THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
BY AMENDING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENT, AS IDENTIFIED BY ORDI-
NANCE TITLE HEREIN.
PROPOSED ORDINANCE 2010-09: AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF ZOLFO
SPRINGS, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENT OF
THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, SAID AMENDMENT BEING KNOWN AS "AMEND-
MENT # 10-1-CIE; SPECIFICALLY, AMENDING THE ADOPTED CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENT AND UPDATING THE 5-YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVE-
MENTS PLAN; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
THE PUBUC HEARINGS WILL BE HELD ON THE DATE AND TIME NOTED ABOVE.
BOTH MEETINGS WILL BE HELD IN THE ZOLFO SPRINGS COUNCIL CHAMBERS,
3210 US HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH. ANY INTERESTED PERSONS WHO FEEL THEY ARE
AFFECTED BY THESE CHANGES ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND THE PUBUC
HEARINGS AND BE HEARD.
ANY PERSONS) WISHING TO VIEW RELEVANT INFORMATION IN ADVANCE OF THE
PIUBUC HEARING MAY VIEW SAID DOCUMENTS AT ZOLFO SPRINGS CITY HALL, 3210
US HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH, DURING NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION, MONDAY
THROUGH FRIDAY
ANYONE WISHING TO APPEAL ANY DECISIONS MADE AT THIS HEARING WILL NEED
A RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE THEY MAY NEED TO
ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING IS MADE, WHICH
RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS
MADE. 11:18e


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Traffic Ball Teams Multiply


By KEITH WEEMS
Speal To The Heracld-Adocaex,
Just one year after taking the
field as a single 12-year-old-
and-under baseball team, the
Heartland Crushers have
expanded into tto USSA travel
baseball teams
SThe once 12-year-olds now
make up the 13-year-old team
and the organization has added
some older players in al 4-year-
old team.
The Heartland Crushers was
established in 2009 as a chance
for local boys to play baseball
that could not afford the ex-
treme costs that many of the
state's travel teams charge dur-
ing a year of non-stop baseball.
This gave them the opportunity
to get on a team, travel to vari-
ous towns and have an experi-
ence they would otherwise have
missed.
During the last year, other
ball players at the junior high
expressed interest in getting to
do the same thing, so an addi-
tional team was formed. There
are now two teams with 26 ros-
tered players between the two
of them. Out of those 26 play-
ers, 23 of them are from Hardee
County.
Game play started around the
end of August and will continue
thorough the end of next July.
These kids practice up to four


In 1939, Frank W. Cyr, a
professor at Columbia
University's Teachers
College, organized a
national conference on
student transportation. It
resulted In the adoption of
standards for the nation's
school buses, Including
the shade of yellow.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
HARDEE COUNTY

CASE NO. 252010CA000616

HAROLD ROOMS,
Plaintiffs,

vs.

NORMAN C. PLACE, deceased;
MARSHALL PLACE; ESTATE OF
MARCELLA PLACE BETTER;
ESTATE OF DELORES PLACE
MACKAY; and ESTATE OF RUTH
PLACE; and their unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, and all other
parties claiming by, through,
under or against them,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO THE DEFENDANTS:

NORMAN C. PLACE, deceased

MARSHALL PLACE
c/o Ami Baggett
23 Sweetwater Road
Mt. Mitchell, AL 36856

ESTATE OF MARCELLA
PLACE BETTER
c/o BRIAN BETTER
2210 Trowbrldge Ct.
Belleville, IL 62221

ESTATE OF DELORES PLACE
MACKAY
20 Acapulco Drive
Brick, NY 08723-7903

ESTATE OF RUTH PLACE
KELLOGG
c/o GAIL TADDECCI
15926 Woodlet Park Court
Chesterfield, MO 63017

If alive or If dead, and their
unknown spouses, heirs, de-
vlsees, grantees, creditors, and
all other parties claiming by,
through, under or against them

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against you
to quiet title on the following
described property in Hardee
County. Florida:

Lot 6 and the West 1/2 of
Lot 5. Block 5, Roberts and
Skipper Resubdivision of
Roberts and Skipper
Addition to the Town of
Zolfo Springs, according to
the plat thereof as recorded
in Plat Book 2, page(s) 119,
inclusive, of the public
records of Hardee County,
Florida.

and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to JOHN W. H. BURTON of
Burton & Burton, P.A., Post Office
Drawer 1729, Wauchula, Florida
33873, on or before the 3rd day of
December, 2010, and file the orig-
inal with the Clerk of the Court
either before service on Plaintiff's


attorney or immediately there-
dter, or a default will be entered
against you f6r the relief demand-
ed In the complaint or petition.

WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court on this 26th day of
October, 2010.

B. HUGH BRADLEY
Clerk of Courts

BY: CONNIE COKER
Deputy Clerk
11 4-25c


times per week and play 2 to 3
weekends per month during the
busiest part of their schedules
You might think that all of
their time is occupied with bat-
ting practice, fielding and strat-
egy but there are things that
their manager. Keith Weems,
pushes more than anything and
it's not even on the playing
field. "We have 26 rostered
players and nearly half of them
are in advanced placement
classes for their grade." says
Weems. He added. "Bad grades
are more of a sore subject
around here than a loss.
Education comes first and if
they are not performing at
school, they are not allowed to
perform on the field regardless
of who they are or who we are
playing!" Respect for each
other and adults is closely mon-
itored by the coaches to make
sure these boys grow up to be
responsible and productive
young men in our society.
Both of the teams have had
minimal success this year strug-
gling to get runs across the
plate. There always seems to be
"that inning" in each game they
have played. Each game has
had a point where the defense
lapses, allowing runs on errors
and the bats just can't seem to
get going for the offense.
There are only six returning


player, fr !a,: ar-. 2-
year-oid teamr The rem.a:n:r
players ha',e b'ee .>' -- f;_
tr.-u, and recess, al~ de :m_
the squad The 1--.e. !-:.
team ,jnss_.s ,_f p'..yers :ha..
have kn.n each .he fr
lung time but may hae ne;er
been .n the same tem T:.me
will tell if the-c team Z'e ab!c'
to gel together to create a .in-
ner fur either age group
Playing for the 13 arc
Rubsell Weems. Ruben Olmos.
Cesar Fimbres. Adam Salas.
David Badillu. Glavin Harpe.
Hunter Bryant. Alejandro Rod-
riguez. Marco Briones. Trey
Bond. Jimmy Lane. Keifer
Kedzior. Isaiah Palacios and
Dalton Tubbs.
The 14-year-old team in-
cludes of Zach Carranco, Julian
Galvez, Dylan Norwood. Jose
Gonzales, Tomas Gomez, De-
vin Pearson, Cody McVay.
Jacob Neuhoffer, Marco De-
Leon and Dale Lovering.
The Crushers are constantly
seeking sponsorship, communi-
ty service or fund- raising
opportunities in the Heartland
area. If you have any questions
or opportunities you feel would
benefit this organization, please
call 863 781 1150 or find them
online at www.teamzones-
ports.com/heartlandcrushers.


Jimmy Lane's community service project was taking
tickets at the Pumpkin Patch.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR HARDEE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 252010CA000315
SECTION NO.

MIDLFORIDA CREDIT UNION
f/k/a MIDFLORIDA FEDERAL
CREDIT UNION,
Plaintiff

vs.

TARYN T. SEE; JAMES D. SEE;
TENANT #1-; TENANT #2, and
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES 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
CLAIMANTS,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to a final Judgment
entered in this case in the Circuit
Court of Hardee County, Florida,
the real property described as:

Lot 29, TORREY OAKS
GOLF COURSE SUBDIVI-
SION, a subdivision
according to the plat there-
of recorded at Plat Book
68, Page 4, and Plat Book
69, Pages 1 and 2 in the
Public Records of Hardee
County, Florida.

will be sold at public sale, to the
highest and best bidder for cash,
on the second floor hallway out-
side Room 202 Hardee County
Courthouse, 417 West Main
Street, Wauchula, Florida 33873,
at 11:00 a.m. on November 24,
2010.

DATE: 11-5-10

B. HUGH BRADLEY
CLERK OF THE COURT

BY: CONNIE COKER
DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person with a disabil-
ity who needs any accommoda-
tion In order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please con-
tact the Court Administrator, 255
N. Broadway Avenue, Bartow,
Florida 33831-9000 (863) 534-
4557 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.
11:11,18c


If you could drive to the
sun at 55 miles per hour, it
would take about 193
years.


Russell Weems took a turn in the dunk tank while (from
left) Adam Salas, Jimmy Lane and David Badillo helped
with other Pumpkin Patch games.


COURTESY PHOTOS
,Adam Salas bears the evidence of representing the
Crushers in an eating contest at Friday Night Live.


I'm not going to buy my kids an encyclopedia. Let them
walk to school like I did.
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The program prepares learn-
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facilities including hospitals.
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WITH LOVE TO GRANDMA
Grandma, as I sit here thinking
My mind goes a long way back.
The kindness and love that you showed me
I know that I can never repay.
When as a child I came to you to find
out what life was all about.
You told me about our Savior named Jesus
and His love I should never doubt.
You have always set an example
that no one could find any fault.
Many times I have tripped and stumbled
but you were in my thoughts.
So often we sat and you told me stories
That happened in your life
Raising ten children and all the strife.
So often when you sat down at the table
There was little more than bread
You bowed your had in reverence
And table grace was said.
Grandma, if I live to be 100
I will never forget that way you said
"I love you" and the smile upon your lips.
It seems that when we needed you
You were always there.
You found so many ways through the years
To say that you care.
Now that the page of time has turned
And the sun is almost set
God holds you in His hands and
Your love and kindness
He will never forget.
I know when you reach Heaven
You will have that beautiful smile
Upon your face
Jesus will say "Come in, My Child.
I have prepared you a place."
In Heaven there is no sorrow
And pain does not exist.
You will finally find what you deserve,
An eternity of happiness.
Judy Smith
Wauchula
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Orange Blossom RV News
By Connie Fisher


WELCOME BACK!
It is truly wonderful to see
everyone return safely. I do
mean that with all my heart. 1
am not saying that just to the
folks in our park. I mean it for
all who make the trip
PEOPLE OF INTEREST
Congratulations to Robert
and Christine Priebe! They
were married a while back and
didn't tell anyone. Just in case
you don't know who they are.
they ride their bikes in the park
with their dogs in the basket.
Jim King is returning to our
park. He purchased James and
Ann Williams' place. Lot No.
92. James and Ann w ill not be
returning.
Charlie and Millie Shick of
Lot No. 66 w ill not be returning
this year either. The' sold their
unit to Bob and Margie Dean
PARK ACTIVITIES
Things in the park are getting
off to a slows start But. as usual.
we will not be in full sw ine
until December. The park is
looking for someone to go after
doughnuts on Wednesdays. If
you are w killing to do this.
please contact Dan Bro.n. nMoe
and Millie Welbaum did this
task for several years.
Bingo as played on Nlonda.
evening Bigao is under ness
management Charlotte Wilson
and Deana Pas'.water are in
charge The, did a good wo' Of
course, the. were a little ners-
ous Theb have changed some
things: fewer games and more
money We are still playing the
special money jar
Christine Prnebe \\on the first
coerall The final coverall I
hon Charlytte and Deana sa,
they would like to see more
people come out to pla\ Come't
out and enjoy'
THANKSGIVING
tHae y'ou signed up tor
Thanksgising dinner 'et here
is a signup sheet at the Rerca-
tion I1all Please get your namenc
on the list so they knowi how
man, to plan for Remember to
tAke Nour ow. n Nser. ice.


I am not real sure but there
may be. the most wonderful
dressing made for dinner. I can-
not put any names there for
sure. I will let you know after
Thanksgiving.

Every good artist paints
what he is.
--Jackson Pollock
The strangeness will wear
off and I think we will dis-
cover the deeper mean-
ings in modern art.
-Jackson Pollock


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Come hear Bowling Green fiddle player Renee Riddle
perform with Mountain Brew members Andy and Sara
Burr this Saturday at the Hammock.
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hi.e. -i..o kno, n nas mountain des. We originaIll called ourselves
Mointan Dekw. until Se go; a letter from the soft drink company.
So we became Mountain Brew "
And\ Bunrr rey, up in the Ozark foothills of north Arkansas in
,he 1960s He married Sara Gillen. a mandolin player whose musi-
cal pas o'n was old-lime mu-sic Old-rime is the popular dance
music o,: the 19th century he -as. 'The\ re Is.el> tunes. kind ot
!:ke square dance music, or the songs \ou might hear a piano pla-
er plja ti in the saloon o. a ,o\,NboN mo' ie Sara knov,.s and can
play\ lo d ,o those melohdies. ,so se combined her old-rime tunes
\it' h m tfolk and rovk and came up \ ith our peculiar bre\
The Burrs ajio started dra,\ ing more trom Sara o roots. adding
Irish and Celtic standards to their repertoire
Mountain Bres is most gotten a duo. .%ith Sara on mandolin.
Ands on guitar and harmonica and both contributing to, als For
their concert here at the Hammock. the ill be joined b\ Renee
Riddle, a talented fiddle player from Bo ling Green. It's alas a
pleasure for us to haje Renee join in since she is a great performer
and has accompanied us on several songs on our album," sass
And\.
The concert n ill be outdoors in the park's picnic area. Bring
law n chairs or blankets and tflashlight. Picnic baskets or coolers
are welcome and the Hammock Inn %Nill be open ser ing refresh-
ments.
Concert admission is S5 per person and accompanied kids age
12 and under are admitted free of charge. All concert proceeds ben-
etit park impruoement projects via the Friends of Highlands
Hammock. Park entrance fee of 6S per vehicle is wailed after 6 on
concert nights.
The next event after Saturday's concert is our annual Turke\
Trot 5K Race, which will be held at 8 a.m. on Thursday. No\. 25
(Thanksgiving), at the park. Entry forms are now available at the
Ranger Station or at the Friends Web site: w\,,\w.Friend.sof-
HighlandsHammock.org. Pre-registration is strongly recommend-
ed due to the large number of participants.

In spite of the cost of living, it's still popular.
-Laurence J. Peter
Nothing is worth more than this day.
-Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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involved and serve on various boards and committees,

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and its people.

I extend my gratitude to the current Commissioners

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Making This Right


Beaches
Claims
Cleanup

Economic Investment
Environmental Restoration
Health and Safety
Wildlife


"Now Gulf seafood is coming back on the menu, so come on down,
we're open for business."
Bryan Zar
Co-owner, Restaurant des Families
Crown Point. LA


I grew up bussing tables at this restaurant. Last year, my wife, Brooke,
and I bought it. We were working hard to build a business, then the spill
hit. BP said they would try to make things right. But how was an energy
company going to help our restaurant?

Keeping Businesses Open
We figured they would tell us to take a number and wait in line. Instead,
they asked us if we could serve food to the workers, engineers, scientists,
and local residents they had hired to cleanup the spill. It kept us busy
round the clock. And we weren't the only ones. They hired a lot of local
businesses and kept a lot of people working. They have kept businesses
up and down the Gulf open and it's still making a difference.

Open for Business
BP asked us to share our story with you to keep you informed. Our
restaurant's open six days a week. Customers are filling our restaurant
again and we think it's a good time to come down to the Gulf Coast.
And if we could make just one request, please think of us when planning
your next vacation. We're still here and while it's been tough, we are
still cooking. And we are just one of the hundreds of great places ready
to welcome you when you come down. So don't wait. We're looking
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Wildcats End


Season At Home


PHOTO BY RALPH HARRISON
Among all the other honorees at Friday's Senior Night activities was a special one for
Fan Of The Year, which went to Chad Jones (center). Tonya Royal presented a plaque
from the Hardee Athletic Foundation, with Jones' name first on the list for the annual
award. Ready to hand Jones a Wildcat jacket is Athletic Director Andy Judah.

40 Seniors Applauded


By JOAN SEAMAN
Of The Herald Advocate
The 40 seniors whoi part iu
pated in fall spoils at laridec
High School received rccogni-
tion Friday night for their
achievements.
There were fellows and girls
from Football, cheerleading,
band, boys and girls golf. cross
country and swimming parad-
ing down the track with their
parents, other relatives or their
coaches.
A special new presentation
was given to Chad Jones as
Wildcat Fan of the Year, a
plaque with names to place on it
for years to come. Jones long-
time scorekeeper before offi-
cials began doing that job, is
present at almost all home
events in all the major sports.
First up for the Class of 2011
were those from football, so
they could get about the busi-
ness of preparing for the night's


amnie.
Lineman Jimmy Vallejo, was
tirst up. lie was followed by
running hack/defensive back
Tre' Anderson, and in turn by
lineman Jorge Ayala. Defen-
si e back Quinton Carlton fol-
lowed suit, along with receiv-
er/defensive end Stephen
Darley.
Managers Arturo Farias Jr.
and Wilfredo Freytes were
next. followed by receiver/-
defensive back D"Vonte Hooks,
lineman Andrew Hunt, running
backs Jarrius Lindsey and Jake
Mayer, linemen Herbert Pace
and Austin Prestridge, full-
back/tackle Kareem Richardson
and receiver/defensive back
Tony Rodriguez Jr.
Next to get ready for their
evening's duties were cheer-
leaders Courtney Paige Buck-
ley. Melissa Hartley, Brittany
Nicole Hines. Danielle Nichol-
son. Amanda Nicole Rigney


and Jenny Ligon.
With a special band leader for
the evening, band members
hurried through. Seniors includ-
ed Angela Marie Dubose, Jamie
Bashore, Jimmy Fuller, Angelo
Parkinson, Julian Rodriguez
and Hannah Danielle Witt.
Representing district runner-
up 13-1 Wildcat golf were
Taylor Barlow, Justin Bromley
and Lincoln Saunders, while
the district-winning girls golf
squad was represented by four-
year players Kara Lee Norris
and Emily Williams. Teammate
Lauren Moore was unable to
attend.
The trio from cross country
included Victor Salazar, Justin
Ratliff and Ann Garcia.
The final threesome was from
swimming, and included Kalan
Royal, Hunter Henderson and
Joshua Fuentes. Michael For-
rester and Kate Krause were
unable to attend.


By MICHAEL KELLY
O' T,,e Heradi-Ad-ocate
The Hardee Wildcats jumped
,cut to an early lead Fnday night
but were unable to hold off a
late surge by Lakewood Ranch
in the last football game of the
regular season.
The 'Cats will now turn their
attention to the undefeated and
number-one ranked Tampa
Jesuit team that will host the
Wildcats for a 7:30 kickoff in
the opening round of the state
playoffs this Friday (see related
story).
Hardee finishes the season
with a 3-7 record but is the run-
ner-up in Class 2A, District 6.
Lakewood Ranch received to
start the game and quickly
began driving downfield into
Hardee territory.
On second and goal from the
Hardee 4-yard line, Zach Lar-
son threw into the end zone.
Wildcat Deonte Evans broke in
front of the ball for an intercep-
tion and a lengthy return all the
way to the Lakewood Ranch 40.
Junior quarterback Colby
Baker faked a handoff and ran
up the middle of the field for a
40-yard touchdown with 7:33
left in the first quarter.
A bad snap caused sopho-
more kicker Octavio Alvarez to
have his point after touchdown
(PAT) attempt blocked, leaving
the 'Cats up 6-0.
The Hardee defense forced a
quick three-and-out and the
Wildcats got good field position
at the Lakewood Ranch 39-yard
line after a 27-yard punt that
was caught by Evans.
After nice runs by Tre'
Anderson, Hardee faced 3rd
and 4 from thel9-yard line.
Baker dropped back to pass
and found junior wide receiver
Carter Lambert for a touch-
down.
The Alvarez PAT was good
and Hardee led 13-0 with 4:06


left in the first quarter.
Lakewood Ranch started its
next drive at the 24-yard line
and made a couple first downs
before being forced to punt
again.
The 46-yard punt from Lar-
son was downed at the Hardee
20.
Baker and Anderson ran the
ball for first down and the
Wildcats were quickly threaten-
ing to score again.
Anderson set up a first-and-
goal from the 10 after a 16-yard
run.
The Lakewood Ranch de-
fense denied the Wildcat of-
fense the end zone and Alvarez
was called in for a 22-yard field
goal on fourth down.
His aim was true and Hardee
had increased its lead to 16-0
with 5:38 to play in the first
half.
The Alvarez kickoff sailed
into the end zone giving Lake-
wood Ranch the ball at the 20.
Lakewood Ranch quickly
drove into Hardee territory and
had 2nd and 7 from the Hardee
15-yard line.
Larson tried to pass but was
pressured and a long chase and
scramble turned into a 26-yard
loss when junior Mikey Retana
was able to bring the quarter-
back down.
Larson was sacked and fum-
bled the ball, picked up by
freshman James Greene. Two
plays later, the half ended.
Lakewood Ranch opened the
second half by trying an onside
kick that Retana was able to
recover at the Hardee 49.
Anderson took the ensuing
handoff up the middle and fum-
bled the ball and it was recov-
ered by Lakewood Ranch at its
own 47-yard line.
After completing a long pass
to the 10-yard line, Larson ran
up the middle for a touchdown.
A bad snap prevented the


PAT try and Hardee led 16-6
with 11:15 to go in the third
quarter.
Hardee went three and out on
its next possession and Lake-
wood Ranch took over at its 17-
yard line after a 32-yard punt
from Alvarez.
The Mustangs then went Qn a
long touchdown drive capped
of by a Larson one-yard plunge
up the middle.
The Seth Browning PAT cut
the lead to 16-13 with 5:23
remaining in the third quarter.
Hardee moved into Lake-
wood Ranch territory on a 34-
yard, tackle-breaking run by
Anderson.
On fourth down and 16 from
the 33-yard line Baker was
sacked for a 6-yard loss and a
turnover on downs.
Three plays later, on third
and 14, Larson found Daniel
Clifford for a 54-yard touch-
down pass.
The Browning PAT put the
Broncos up 20-16 with 11:43
remaining in the game.
After gaining two first downs
on the ensuing drive, Hardee
had a first and 10 from the
Wildcat 44.
Baker dropped back to pass
under a heavy rush and threw
an interception to Lennie
Twenty who returned it 25
yards to the Hardee 46-yard
line.
A personal foul penalty
against the Wildcats gave Lake-
wood Ranch the ball at the
Hardee 31.
The defense made the Mus-
tangs settle for a 21-yard field
goal by Browning with 2:32 to
go in the game.
Hardee started at its 20-yard
line after a touchback.
The Wildcats were unable to
convert a fourth down pass and
turned the ball back over to
Lakewood Ranch with about a
minute left in the game.


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The Herald-Advocate


Thursday, November 18, 2010


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2C The Herald-Advocate. November 18 2010





-Schedule Of Weekly Services-


*'Printed as a Public Service
f, b y '.
W erald Advocate
,auchula, Florida

E line: Thursday 5 p.m.


BOWLING GREEN
APOS IOLIC LIG1;H I1 OSE
tUNIED Pf.NiTA( 'A I.
('III'R(:H
310 Orange St.
175-3100


%unday Mirning
Sunday E,,cning
"r.ucka Prayer Mccong
'"hur.day Sc' r,.c


10 (1) a rn
6 f(AJ p m
7 Wt p m
7 30 p m


('IIEiSTR GROVE MB CHURCH
708 W. Grape St. 375-3353
Sunday School ) 30 a m
Sunday Wor(hip 8 (0 a m
Sun Eve Worship I' & 3rd -
400pm 300pm
Tues Praycr/Bible Study 6 00 p m

CHiRISTIAN BIBLE
FELLOWSHIP
Hwy. 17 South
Morning Worship 1030 am
Youth Group Sunday 6 00 p m

CHURCH OF GOD
121 West Broward St. 375-2231
375-3100


Sunday Sch(xol
Morning Worship
Evening Worship
Wednesday


1000 am
11 00am
6 30 p m
7 30 p m


CHURCH OF GOD
TRUE IOLI.NESS OUTREACH
725 Palmetto St.
375-3304


Sunday School
Morning Worship
Tucs Night Bible Study
Evening Worship
IsI Sunday

('COMMUNITY CHRIS
FELI.OWSIIIP
Main & W. (entra
Sunday AM Worship
Sunday Evening .
Wed Prayer Meeting ........

FAITH ASSEMBLY OF
4937 IHwy. 17 N. 375-
Sunday School ...........
Morning Worship ....
Disciples Train & Choirs .....
Evening Worship ......
Wednesday Prayer ..............

FIRST BAPTIST CHU
Bowling Green
S. Hwy. 17. 375-22
Bible Study ...................
Morning Worship .........
Discipleship Training ..
Wednesday Supper ............
Wednesday Prayer Meeting..
Wednesday WOW Service

FIRST UNITED
METIIOI)IST CIIUR
Grape & Church Streets -
Sunday School .... .....
Morning Worship .....
Youth Fellowship .
Evening Worship
Wed Ilible Study

FORT GREEN BAPl
CHIIUR('ll
Baptist Church Road 7
Bible Connection ..............
Morning Worship .. ........
Sunday Evening .... ......
Wednesday Supper
Wedncsda) Iihbl Study

IHOLY CI1111.D)
SPANISH CAT11OLIC M
Misa (Espianil) Suinday


IGLESIA DEI, )IOS
105 Dixiana St. 375-
Domingo De Predicacion ..
Martes Estudio Ihlico .. .
Miercoles Estudior Juvenil .
Juevcs l)e Predicacion .

IMMANUEI. BAPTIST C
210 E. Broward St. 37
Sunday Sclux>l
Morning Wo ship
E\eMning Wiorhtip
Wcdnc,.da l'ra.i


MACEDONLA PRIMI
BAPTIST CHURC
607 Palmetto St.
Church Scholxl
Morming Scr\ ice
Eveninm Scr\ ice
Wed Bihbl Study Praler
C'omniunion-2nd Sun E\c


9 45 a.m
I lrv0 m


Donnis & Kathy Barber
Hwy. 66 East
P.O. Box 780


BOWLING GREEN
OPEN DOOR FLL GOSPEL
PRAISE CENTER
E. Broward SL
r%.d.:., .ru oa! 10 rj a m
Srda- S ricc 6 Ja p m
'Acr.1rl.Li Scp.i.c 30 pm

PRIMERLA MISSION BALTISTA
Murra) Road off Hwy. 17
375-2295
tLmn';" .(ucla Ikm 9 45 a m
1'i.'i. de Adora.ion 11 00 am
Scr .l-i dc IrcJdu.a.ion 5 ( pm
lMirculer Scri.uo 6 30 p m

REAL LIFE CHURCH
3365 South US Hwy 17
Morning Scr'i.c 10 30 a m
cWdnculay Study/Lcaning 6 30 p m

ST. JOHN A.M.E. CHURCH
513 W. Orange St.
375-2911
Sunday Church School 9 30 am.
Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a m
Wednesday Bible Study 6 30 p m

VICTORY PRAISE CENTER
128 E. Main St
Sunday School ....................10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship ................11:00 a.m-
Evening Worship .................6:00 p.m.
Thursday Night Services,.
Evening Worship. ........7:00 p.m.
Kidz Club. ....................7:00 p.m.


ONA

LIMESTONE BAPTIST CHURCH
4868 Keystone Ave. Limestone
Comm.
Sunday School ...... .. .... ....9:45 a.m
Morning Worship ............ ...11:00 am
Evening Worship ......... .......6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer ...............700 p.m.


7 30 pm NEW ELIM
INDEPENDENT BAPTIST
5 00 p m Badger Loop Lane 773-4475
Sunday School ... ...........9..:45 a.m.
TIAN Worship Service ...... ........ 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Night Worship ..........6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer Time........7:00 p.m.
10.30 am
S00 pm n NEW ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
.7:00 p m 202 Sidney Roberts Road
Sunday School .................... 10:00 a.m.
FGOD Morning Worship ...............11:00 a.m.
.4206 Disciples Training...................6:00 p.m.
..9:45 a.m Evening Worship .................6:00 p.m.
11:00 a m Wednesday Prayer ...............:00 p.m.
.5:30 p m
.6:30 p m. ONA BAPTIST CHURCH
.7:00 pm 131 Bear Lane 773-2540
Sunday School ................... 10:00 a.m.
RCII Morning Worship ............... 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Prayer ................7:00 p.m.
253
.9:30 a m UNION BAPTIST CHURCH
10:45 am 5076 Lily Church Rd. 494-5622
.600 p. m Sunday School ...............10:00 a.m.
.530 p.m. Morning Worship ................11:00 a.m.
6 30pm. Evening Worship .............:....6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m. Wednesday AWANA for Kids
.................................. .... 6:30 p.m .
Wednesday Prayer Time.........7:00 p.m.
CIIl
375-2.40 WAUCHULA
.9:45 a.m.
I :00 a.m. APOSTOLIC ASSEMBLY
5:00 p.m. Martin Luther King and Apostolic
.6:00 p.m Rd.
7:00 p.m Sunday School .................... 10:00 a.m.
English Service .............. 11:30 a.m.
FIST General Worship Service ......1:30 p.m.
Tuesday Prayer .................... 7:00 p.m.
73-9013 Wednesday Service................7:00 p.m.
..9:45 a.m
11:00 ain. CELEBRATION CHURCII
.6:00 p.m. 322 Hanchey Rd.
6 X00p ml. 863-781-1624
7 00 p.m hardee.celebration.org
Sunday Morning Service .... 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service....... 6:00 p.m.
IISSION Wednesday Youth Service ....5:30 p.m.
7 00 p.m (Childcare provided at all services

CEI.EBRATION FELLOWSHIP
VIVO 529 W. Main St. (Robarts Chapel)
4191 773-0427
II 00 p m Celebration Service............. 10:30 a.m.
7 00 p in Hi'udh'ildto EiEvening C('ll Groupp
7 00 pm. Adult Cell Group ..................7:00 p.m.
7"00 p m Youth Cell Group ..................7:00 p.m.
Children's Cell Group ..........7:00 p.m.
'IIURCII al/ for locations
5-4681
) 45 a in CHARLIE CREEK
II 00 a in BAPTIST CHURCH
6 00 p mi 6885 State Road 64 East 773-3447
7 00 p n Sunday School ................... 945 a.m.
Morning Worship ....... ..... 1 00 am
Evening Worship ............6:00 p.m
TIVE Wednesday Worship. ..........6.30 p.m


II

9 30 a m
II 00 am
700pm
700pm
S00 pm


MT. PIS(;AH BAPTIST CHURCH
6210 Mt. Pisgah Rd. 375-4409
Sund.iN Sclhol 9 45 a m
Morning Worship II 00 a m
Disciple, Training 5 00 p m
Evening Worship 00 p m
Wednesda. Prayer Time 7 00pm

NEW BEGINNING CHURCH
Mason Dixon & County Line Rd.
781-5887
Sunday Worship 11 00 a m
*Bread of Life Sunday 12 15 pm
THE Meeting Tuesday 7 00 p m


ClUICIl OF CHRIST
201 S. Florida Ave. & Orange St.
773-9678


Bible Study
Worship Ser\ice
Wednesday


1000 a m
11 00 a.m.
7 00 pm.


CHURCH OF CHRIST
Will Duke Road
773-2249
Sunday Morning Worship 9.30 a.m
Sunday Bible Class .... 11 30 a.m
Sunday E\ening Worship 600pm
Wed Night Bible Class 7 00 p m
Mteii iadcrlhip & Training Cla -
2nd Sunday of Month 4 00 p m
CHURCH OF GOD
Martin Luther King Blvd.
767-0199
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
630 Hanchey Rd. 773-3532
Sacrament Meeting 9 00 a m
Sunday School 1000 am
Priesthood 1 00 a m


(863) 735-0470
Zolfo Springs, FL


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WAUCHULA
COMMLNEiI BAIPTLST
C HL RCH OF WAL CH1 LA HILLS
615 Rame' BlId
257.39150
Sur-Ja. Bb.I :... .. a- -
Sj rula M .-..-..t '7.-; .. J i .
Sun,.a, E-c;" r- ... '-
cr.csidnda Se:-c 'J p


DIOS ES AMOR
807 S. 8th Aet.
T77-14576


Doumngs- E>.-cZi
Duimuni.a
Srs is. io
Luncs Ora(.i. ,
Micrioulc Scri-i:-5


! I J a. m
ii J 2 m
6 (k pr.
- U) pm


EL RENLANENTE
IGLECLA CRISTLANA
152 Airport Rd.
Martes Oracon 700 pm
Jueves Servicio 7 30 pm
Viemes Servico 7 30 p m
Qomingo Sericio 10 30 am

ENDTIME CROSSROAD
MINISTRY
501 N. 9th & Georgia St. 773-3470
Sunday School 1000am
Morning Service 11 30 a m
Evening Service 7 30 p m
Wed Bible St & Yth Gath .7 30 p m
Friday (Holy Ghost Night) 7:30 p m

. FAITH PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
114 N. 7th Ave.. 773-2105
Sunday School 1000 am
Sunday Worship 1:00 am.
Sunday Worship 6 00 p m
Wednesday Supper 6:15 p m
Wed. Youth Fellowship... 6.50 p m
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p m.
FAITH TEMPLE CHURCH
OF GOD
701 N. 7th Ave 773-3800
Sunday School ............ .. .....9.30 a m
Sunday Worship ..................10:20 a m.
Children's Chuch ... ......... 10:40 a m.
Evening Service ...... .............6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study ........7:00 p.m.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
1570 W. Main St. 773-4182
SUNDAY:
Bible Study for all ages ........9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship ............... 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship ..................6:00 p.m.

WEDNESDAY:
Sr. Adult Bible Study ..........10:00 a.m.
Church Orchestra ................ 5:00 p.m.
Youth Ministry .................... 6:00 p.m.
Children's Ministry ............ 6:00 p.m.
Legacy of Faith/Mid-Week
W orship .......... ................... 6:00 p.m.
Adult Choir Rehearsal ........ 7:00 p.m.

FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
1121 W. Louisiana St. 773-9243
SUNDAY:
Generations Cafl Opens........9:30 a.m.
Kids World Check-In for
Nursery-5th Grade Begins..10:15 a.m.
Pre-K Blast .................... 10:45 a.m.
Kids World B.L.A.S.T.
(K-5th) ..........10:45 a.m.
Worship Service ................10:45 a.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Check-In begins for Nursery-5th
grade ......................... 6:15 p.m .
(lasses for children ages PreK-12th
grade .. .......6:30-8:00 p.m.
FIRST CHURCH OF
TIHE NAZARENE
511 W. Palmetto St.
Sunday School ................. 0:00 a.m.
Morning Service .... ....... 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship ..................6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer ................7:00 p.m.
FIRST MISSION RY
BAPTIST CHURCH
1347 Martin Luther King Ave.
773-6556
Sunday School ................ 9:30 a.m.
Moving Service ............. 1:00 a.m
Evening Worship .................. 6:00 p m
Tues. Youth Ministry Meeting/
Bible Study ........................6:00 p.m.
Wed. Prayer/Bible Study ......7:00 p.m.

FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
207 N. Seventh Ave. 773-4267
Sunday School ...................9:45 a.m.
Traditional Sunday Worship 11.00 a.m.
Casual Sunday Worship ........6:00 p m
Tuesday Bible Study ............10:00 a m.
Wednesday Activities ............6:00 p m.

FLORIDA'S FIRST ASSEMBLY
OF GOD CHURCH
1397 South Florida Avenue
773-9386
Early Morning Worship ... 30 a m
Sunday School .. .1000am
Late Morning Worship .....11 00 a.m
Wed. Family Night ......7 00 p m
Adult Children & Youth

FLORIDA GOSPEL
511 W. Palmetto
223-5126
Sunday Morning Worship 11.00 am
Wednesday Worship 7 30 p m

THE GOSPEL TABERNACLE
Pentecostal
810 W. Tennessee St. 773-3753
Morning Service 10:00 am
Evening Worship 6 00 p m
Wednesday Service 7 00 p m

HEARTLAND
COMMUNITY CHURCH
1262 W. Main St. 767-6500
Coffee & Donuts 9 00 a m
Sunday School 9 30 a m
Worship ,10 30 a m
Wed Night Dinner 6'00 p m
Wed Bodybuilders Adult Cl
Crossroads &
Lighthouse Mm 7 00 p m

HIGHER GROUND
INTERN \TIONAI. MINISTRY
1258 VW. MAIN STREET
WAUCHLI.A, Fl-.
Sunday Momrnng Worship 11 0 a m
Wed Night Bible Study 6 30 p m


WVAUCHULA
I UG C I-FS LH LA

IGLESLA HISPANA
FLENTE DE 1IiA
I1 N 9" Ave
Ma:=- ?0 p -
J.,e.c-s 30 "
D,:x"-.l:- o .:u 3U' pF ".
IGLESL4 HISPANA.
PRESENCE IA de Di
511 ,. Palmetto St.
Sen con to famnuha anugov v
DutfrutA de palbra de Dios

%her. c:: .. ~ 00 p m

IGLESL-A AD ENTISTA DEL
SEPTINMO DLA
Old Bradenton Road
767-1010


JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
ENGLISH
155 Altman Road 1131
Sunday Snerice 1000 am
Thursday Evening 7 30 p m


JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
SPANISH
SundAy Service 2 00 p m
Wednesday Evening 7 30 p m


LIGHT OF THE WORLD
MINISTRIES
Womans Center 131 N. 7th Ave.
Wauchula, FL
Friday Evening .. 600 pm.


LAKE DALE BAPTIST CHURCH
3102 Heard Bridge Road
773-6622


Sunday School
Morning Service
Evening Worship .
Wednesday Prayer


9 45 a m.
11 00 a m
600pm
7.00 p m


MINISTERIO INTERNATIONAL
Cambriadores de Mundo
704 W. Main St. 773-0065
Wednesday Service...... .... ..7 30 p m.


NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
1999 State Road 64 East
Sunday School .....................9.45 a.m.
Morning Worship Service....l I:00 a.m.
Evening Worship Service ......6:30 p.m.
Wednesday Night Supper .....6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Activities (All Ages)
............ 7:00 p.m .

NEW LIFE CHURCH
117 W. Palmetto St.
773-2929
Sunday Service .................... 10:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Service........6:00 p.m. '
Wednesday Service................7:00 p.m.
Children Ministries for all services


NEW MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
10 Martin Luther King Ave.
767-0023
Mor. Worship ...................(Ist & 3r
Sun.) 8:00 a.m.
Sunday School ......................9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship ............. 11:00 a.m.
2nd Sunday Youth Service ....4:00 p.m.
Allen Christian Endeavor......4:00 p.m.
Wed. & Fri. Bible Study........7:00 p.m.
NORTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
912 N. 8th Ave. 773-6947
Sunday School ...................... 9:45 a.m.
M morning Worship ................11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship .................6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Supper ...............6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer .......... ....7:00 p.m.

OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
4350 W. Main St. 735-0321
Sunday School ....... ...........9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship ............. I :00 a m.
Evening Worship .............. ..600 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study ..... ..6 30 p m


PEACE VALLEY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
1643 Stenstrom Road 773-2858
& 3" Sun. Communion ..10:00 a.m.
2' & 4"' Sun. Divine Worship......10:00
am.
Bible Study .... .................. 11:15 a.m .
** Fellowship each Sunday after service


PROGRESSIVE MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH
149 Manley Road East Main 773-
5814
Sunday School ... .................930 a.m.
Worship Service ................. 11:00 a.m.
Wed. Evening Prayer .......... 7:00 p m.

REAL LIFE CHURCH
3365 North US Hwy 17
Morning Service ...... .. 10 30 a m
SWednesday Study/Learing 6 30 p m


RIVERVIEW HEIGHTS MIS-
SIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
1321 S.R. 636 East 773-3344
Radio Program
WZZS Sundays 900 am
Sunday School 1000 am
Morning Worship 1100 a m
Evening Worship 6 00 p m
Wednesday Prayer ... 7 00 p m

SOUL HARVEST MINISTRY
1337 Hwy. 17 South, Wauchula
Sunday School 1000am
Morning Worship II 00 a m
Evening Service 6 00 pm
Wednesday Service (00 pm

ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
204 N. 9th Ave. 773-6418
Sunday 9 00 am
Holy Days

ST. MICHAEL'S
CATHOLIC CHURCH
408 Heard Bridge Road 773-4089
Saturday Mass (Englishi 5 00 pm
(Spanish 30 p m
Sunday (Spanish 7 00 a m
(English) r 30 a m
(Spanish) I11 0 am
i(rcolc) I 00 p m
I)il, Mass in English .0 a m


WAUCHULA

SE\ ENTH DA\
AD\ DENTIST CHURCH
205 S. llth Av. 773-9927
s Sa! th S:h,-l '9 a m
\."r-:n; w\orsh!p 11 00 a m
Tia, zf.ac MccP:a e 'U) p m

SOUTHSIDE BAPFIST CHURCH
505 S. 10th Ave. 77.31-68
S.N.r.., .h. ) 45 a m
Mo,:n:n Wor-hip II1 0 a m
Ecning orship 6 00 p m
VcJnr>day Pr.acr 00 pm

SPIRIT WIND TABERNACLE
1652 Old Bradenton Road
Sunday Morning w worship 10 30 am
Evening Worship 6 00 p m
Wednesday Worship 7 30 p m
Fnday Bible Study 7 30 p m


TABERNACLE OF
PRAISE & JOY
1507 MLK Avenue
Sunday School 1000 a m
Morning Worship II 30 a m
Evening Worship 7 00 p m
Tues Bible Sidy
& Child Train 700pm
Friday Prayer Service 7 00 p m
WAUCHULA CHURCH OF GOD
1543 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.
773-0199
Sunday School 1000 am
Morning Worship II 15am
Evening Worship 6 00 p m
Wed Night Fam Training 7 30 p m
Thurs Youth Bible Study 7 00 p m
Friday Night Worship 7 30 p m

WAUCHULA IILLS HARVEST
TEMPLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
210 Anderson


Sunday School
Church
Youth Service
Evening Service
Wednesday Service


1000 am
10:00 a m
.6.00 p.m
.7:00 p.m
7:30 p m.


WAUCHULA HILLS
SPANISH CHURCH OF GOD
1000 Stansfield Rd.
Sunday School ........... .... 10:00 a.m.
Evening Worship ............7:30 p.m.
Tuesday Prayer .. ...................7:30 p.m .
Thursday Worship..................7:30 p.m.
Saturday Worship .................7:30 p.m.
! WAUCIULA REVIVAL CENTER
(Full Gospel)
501 N. 9th Ave.
Sunday School .................... 10:00 am.
Morning Worship ................11:00 a.m.
Youth & Child. Church..........6:00 p.m.
Evening Worship ..................7:00 p.m.
Wed. Bible Study ..................7:00 p.m.
Men's Fri. Prayer ..................7:00 p.m.

S-ZOLFO SPRINGS

COMMUNITY WESLEYAN
CHURCH
Gardner
Sunday School ................. 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship ................ 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship .............. ..7:00 p.m.
Wednesday Service................7:00 p.m.

COWBOY-UP MINISTRY
Cracker Trail Arena
Hwy 66
(across from Oak Hills Ranch Rd.)
781-2281


Sunday


.. .... .......10:00 a.m .


ZOLFO SPRINGS

GARDNER BAPTIST CHURCH
South Hw). 17 494.54
Sunday) School 1600 a m
Morning Worship 11 00 a m
Wednesday Prayer 0 p m
LARANAIt ABAPTIST

Corner of Steve Roberts Special
& Oxendine Rds.
735-2524 773-989
Sundv School 1000 am
Worship 11 00 m
Evening I 00 pm
Wed Bible & Prayer Meet .7 00 p m

NEW VISION WORSHIP CENTER
64 E. & School House Road
Church 735-8585 Childcar, 735-
8586
'Moming Worship 10 00a m
Children's Church .1000a m
Evening Worship 6 00 p m
Wed Youth & FTH 700pm

PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF
GOD FAITH TEMPLE
Oak Street
Sunday Worship 10 00 a m
Evening Worship 700pm
Tuesday Worship 7 30 p m
Thursday Worship 7 30 p m
Saturday Worship .. .. 7 30 p m
"PRIMERA MISSION *
BAUTISTA HISPANA
518 8th Ave. E.
Escuela Dominical ... 1000am
Servicio del I)onmingo II 00 a m.
.7:00 pm
Sciviclo del Miercoles ... 7-30pm.
PRIMrI'IVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Pioneer Park


2nd Sunday
Evening Service
5th Sunday ...


10 30am
.6 30 p m.
6 00 p.m


REALITY RANCH
COWBOY CHURCH
2-1/2 Miles east of
Zolfo Springs on Hwy. 66
863-781-1578
Sunday Service .................. I I:00a.m.
Last Friday of Each Month
Movie Night ............... ..7:00 p.m.
ST. PAUL'S MISSIONARY .
BAPTIST CHURCH
3676 US. Hwy. 17 South 735-0636
Sunday School ... ......9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship..... ...........I.. a.m.
Wed. Prayer Service ..............7:00 p m.

SAN ALFONSO MISSION
3027 Schoolhouse Lane 773-5889
Domingo. Misa en Espanol 10:30 a.m.
Confesiones..........................10:00 a.m.
D octrina................................ 11:30 a.m .

SPANISH MISSION
735-8025
Escuela Dominica . ........10:00 a.m.
Servicio ............. .... .... II:00 a.m.
Pioneer Club ........................6:30 p.m.
Scrvicio de la Noche ............7:00 p.m
Mierecoles Merienda .......... 6:00 p.m.
Servicio.................. ... ......8:00 p.m.
Sabado Liga de Jovcnes ........5:00 p.m.


CREWSVILLE BETHEL
BAPTIST CHURCH
8251 Crewsville Road A nursery rhyme says,
Church 735-0871 Pastor 773-6657 "Pussycat, pussycat, where have
Sunday School ............. 9:45 a.m been? I've been to London to
Morning Worship ... .... 11:00 a.m
Evening Worship .............. 6:00 p.m. visit the qeen. Pussycat,
Wednesday Prayer .............6:30 p.m pussycat, what did youdo there? I
EVANGELISTIC HOLINESS i frightened a mouse under her
CHURCH INC. chair."
Corner of 6th and Hickory What a pity sidetracked by the
Sunday School ... .....10:00 a.m. seductive, tempted by the trivial.
Morning Worship .. ............ 1:00 a.m. Every day offers you opportuni-
Evening Worship .......7:00 p.m. ties to see the queen," that is, to
Wednesday .. ....7:30 p.m live a purposeful life; or to frighten

FIRST UNITED mice," that is, to live a purposeless
METHODIST CHURCH life.
Corner of 6th & Suwanee 735-0114 But for every triumph therb's a
Bible Study ...10:00 am sacrifice. Dare you pay it?
Worship Service .. ...........:a The Living Bible says, "Work
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCI hard so God can say to you, 'Well
OF ZOLFO
320 E. 4th St 735-1200 done.' Be a good workman, one
Sunday School .. 0:00 am who does not need to be ashamed
Morning Worship ......... 1.00 am. when God examines your work."
Training Union .. .........5:00 p.m..
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The Wauchula Scr.ic I'nit
,f the Salal' ion Arm, is prepar-
ing for the start )tf it, annuai-
hrinstma', Kettle Dru.c
Bells will begin ringing on
I-rijay. Nov 26. and ',ll ring
through Frida,. Dcx 24
Lo<.al citiz.cns have the
opportunity to become involved
in this worthwhile community
'.cr',ice project
All money collected in kettle
in Harde (County stay' in
Hardee County, and is distrib-
uted through the Hardce iHelp
(enter. which is a branch oft he
Hardee C.ounty Miniterial
Asso.ialion (ash as well as
checks made payable to Ihe
Salvation Army are accepted
Hardee County has a history
of being a giving community
Help is needed in the 2010
Christmas Kettle Drive as there


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and heip i(thcrs
\Vountccrs arc needed :rrr.
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.lubs. .cho ,l scr'.i.c organza-
tons. rctreational '.ch;C le
park. businesses or indi. idual
Aho 'Awould be willing to 2.ec a
little At their time
Remember, it you can't help
by ringing, you can help by gr ,-
ing Look for kettles at Wal-
Mart. Winn-Dixie and Wau-
chula State Bank in Wauchula
on Monday through Saturday
from 9 to 5 starting the day after
Thanksgiving.


As a child, my family's menu consisted of two choices:
Take it or leave it.


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guidance from a local representative.
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need from a Medicare Health Plan
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Register For Hardee Preview Show


Be A Bell Ringer

For Kettle Drive


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tc". ar: d. z '. n and
showman'h;p innerer: a prize
mone'. The sec nd annual
show feature' more awards and
a new cowcal class.
"We are thrilled to host this
event and are 'ere excited
about the show manship compe-
tition. In this show. exhibitors
will have the opportunity% to
help their youngerr brothers or
sisters show their animal. while
giving their parents pointers in
adult showmanship." said Nell
McCauley. PRECO's chief
marketing and member services
officer.
She adds. "Every participant
in the show will receive a
Hardee County Preview Show
shirt and will walk out of the
ring with more experience and
at least a ribbon."
In addition to the cattle show.
a free dinner and grooming
clinic will be offered on Friday
night, followed by a free break-
fast on Saturday.
Purebred animals will be
shown by age. with steers and
commercial heifers shown by
weight. Any purebred with 20
or more head will have its own
breed show (20 head of heifers
or 20 head of bulls).
A wide range of divisions and
classes are available: Division
1, Steers; Division 2, Brahman,
Brangus, Brahman influence;
Division 3, French Simmental,
Gelbvieh, Charolais, Limousin;
Division 4. English-Angus,
Hereford, Shorthorn; and Di-
vision 5, Maine, Maine influ-
ence, Chi influence, Limousin
cross.


Wesley Hudson of Harrison.
Ark., will provide the judging
for the show. He is manager and
partner in Hudson Herefords
and Hudson Brothers Angus
with his father, Richard Hud-
son.
He was voted Herdsman of
the Year by the American
Hereford Association in 1989
and was awarded the Distin-
guished Alumni Award from the
University of Arkansas. He has
showed and exhibited many
champions at local, state,
regional and national levels,
including 10 National Cham-
pion Hereford and Polled
Hereford shows.
Hudson has judged shows on
every level, including Kansas
City, Louisville, San Antonio
and Oklahoma City. He has
judged the Saler Junior Nation-
al shows, Limousin Junior
National shows, and the
American Hereford Association
Junior National Bred & Owned


show. Earlier this year. he
judged the Angus Junior
National Show and will also
judge the North American
Livestock Show in Louisville,
Ky.
The entry deadline for cattle
is Nov. 30.
The first 50 registrants
receive a rope halter, courtesy
of Farm Credit. All late entries
will be charged a $10 per head


late fee if postmarked alter No\
30. Late entries \ill be accept-
ed at check-in, but must he paid
in cash.
Find more on the .iardee
County Preview Show fan page
on Facebook or at
www.preco.coop.


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speedy execution.


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many neighbors from
Hardee County buy from me.

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S'"r ,>c c 'cr 'ir ec present
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I lre are plen' i of sick still
in 1,tr areia Jimm, cBio ute had
.urgi-r,, arid is reportedly doing
11ell lcanor T1homas had sur-
c-r,', *,, did Bet(h Sasser, and
h trh of ihcm are doing well.
r'hri, 1 hr'fimporn had a repeat of
her shoulderr surgery and when
t r:in it pours. Her son.
,Johnmny ummcr ille, was driv-
ing hli arni lat friday morn-
ing and feeling real bad.
Iuclkl he 'as smart enough
r aqui dri ing. and the short of
th r. he v.as air-lifted to Tampa
(h ieral m n h the prospect of
her icheartl surgery
(lharly n Sadlerl will see his
idoir this week lst find out the
iod r had news n his heart
lli uk course it is good news
it you hi a dnvgrlem and they rt
i ri h ix it s a Mildred is a lit-
Ic under the weather with a
ilil and AIas not able to attend
(ch ch lait Sunday. Byron
Alli(,on'dr iadlher began another
tound or( chtler pron the 15th, but
Ian i ih Ml in-la Mlrs. Parks.
s hIre under the the spital and
o, the riad st able ng whatever
hlie wantsi to.
Kchnch WVatt's dad is having
sollme health proihlems. Eddie
Kennedy is still in flardee
Manor Please pray for all the
sick in o(ur area and yours, too.
Russ and Jewel Timmons
were visiting Faye Chancey,
and Russ said he had really torn
up the specs last week. Sherman
is getting the fever and is ready
to go fishing, and this news is

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.. .'*r. ar-..j [' Icr Smith both
-..:-: '-i |HJHS bakctba~ i
t--a B..'.m the, e tAin, attend
I alAa ', j liked ba -
.zt'ba.: .ad pla'.cd mr tre human
,car ir. id~alt a Aileen Abbott
Ind u td t,) talk about 'ke
S..:j ,:t nf tront of the TV and
,c:l .r !he (C lti s' Since Bill
rc.red I hacn't really, gotten
in' . -.pcial team It loks
li, FIrt ree ( n will need tor
bcin attending HJHS games'
lamm, W.aters was selected
"Ieacher of the Year" at Bow-
ling Green This is a big honor
and 'Ac are all proud of Tammy
Dachshunds seem to be the
dog of choice in quite a few
Fort Green homes. Joyce Coker
said her 8-year-old red one
named Snapper would get on
her bed and get a mint from the
head of the bed when he had a
desire for something sweet!
Quite often you see Chelsea
having a ride in the basket on
Makayla or Chrysta Chancey's
bike. Kaylee Hogenauer has the
sister to my Rascal, and Kay-
lee's is named Minni. Betty
Waters has one named Rusty,
and everyone thinks their own
is number one, but the only one
I have ever heard prayed for in
church was Rusty!
Her neighbor's dog grabbed
Rusty by the throat, dragging
him in the yard and Betty could
not do anything to help, as she
was busy grabbing her grand-
child and running in the house.
Little Rusty spent a night with
the vet and then he was better,
but Sunday morning Betty told
us he was back at the vet's and
they were going to do surgery
and did not know if he would
make it or not. When Brother
Steve was taking prayer re-
quests, someone other than
Betty mentioned the name
Rusty!
Quite a few of us knew who
that was and actively prayed for
Rusty. If you don't have a spe-
cial dog, you might not under-
stand, but they are really
"almost" human!
Please pray for each other
and for our country.

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-Latvian Proverb


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773-6710


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Hilltop Elementary
First Quarter


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A Daily Thought
THURSDAY
Lcc ,',-c s -
SraCe" ,' --
Cut tre e e'e
Adam He '-s e.e-
out of e a..- -*
of aa'K-ess -e s: -es
across re a -e -=es
name is Gcc 3::-:'-:-e-
Angei Ar- es

FRIDAY
The end of a :" "gs s -c
us. so yJc r'-st eaC 3:
ordered ana soce' ,e g .e
to prayer Abcve a l eec
your love for o"e arot!he at
full strength, for 'cve co"-
ceals innumeracle sins.
I Pe'te 7-8.3 'E

SATURDAY
The Lord is kind and merci-
ful, slow to get angry, full of
unfailing love. The love is
good to everyone: He show-
ers compassion on all His
creation.
Psalm 145 8-9 INLT)

SUNDAY
For I am not ashamed of the
Gospel. I see it as the very
power of God working for
the salvation of everyone
who believes it; ... I see in it
God's plan for imparting
righteousness to men, a
process and continued by
their faith.
Romans 1 16a,17a (PME)

MONDAY
Then Daniel praised the God
of heaven, saying, "Blessed
be the name of God forever
and ever, for He alone has all
wisdom and all power. World
events are under His con-
trol."
Daniel 2:20-21a (TLB)

TUESDAY
Judge not, that you be not
judged. For with the judg-
ment you pronounce, you
will be judged; ... Why do
you see the speck that is in
your brother's eye but do
not notice the log that is in
your own eye?
Matthew 7:2a,3 (RSV)

WEDNESDAY
When men tell you to con-
sult mediums and spiritists,
who whisper and mutter,
should not a people inquire
of their God? Why consult
the dead on behalf of the liv-
ing?
Isaiah 8:19 (NIV)
All verses are excerpted from
The Holy Bible: (KJV) King
James Version; (ME) The
Message; (NCV) New Cen-
tury Version; (NEB) New
English Bible; (NIV) New
International Version; (NLT)
New Living Translation (RSV)
Revised Standard Version;
(PME) Phillips Modern Eng-
lish; and (TLB) The Living
Bible.




ABOUT ...
School News
The Herald-Advocate en-
courages submissions from
Hardee County schools.
Photos and write-ups
should be of recent events,
and must include first and
last names for both students
and teachers. Identify pho-
tos front to back, left to right.
Deadline for submissions
is 5 p.m. on Thursday.
Please include the name
and phone number of a con-
tact person. Qualifying
items will be published as
space allows.


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FT re. ubndr
Gormez. Anthony
J!and. Daring
Kernes. Trais
Leon-Garcia. Michelle
Le '. a. Hailes
Maldanado. Alani
Ma) a. Idalia
MIcCo'. Lizzie
Mendoza. Lazaro
Mondragon. Alexandra
Murph,. Bryan
Nulles. Omar
Paulino. Manuel


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Sanria Sandrj
Tole,. Damian
Vela ,\. Jesu-
\e!a-,.'-.Mate,'. Mauro
Zamra. Izaiah

FIRST GRADE
Calhoun. Aza, ie
Carlton. Aiana
Castanon. Juan
Castillo. Caroline
Figueroa. Geo anne
Garcia. Jesus
Gibson, Sarah
Gilliard, Presle,
Gonzalez, Isabel
Machara. A, den
Martinez, SaraLi
McCumber, Alivanna


NLI n. r \erdin. Diana
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Pcrez. Miarissa
Richardson. Chlke
R!\era. Dezera'
Rolberson. Breahna
Sil\. Genesis
Skipper. Ca lin
Sockalosk'. Trace
Torres. Alejandro

SECOND GRADE
Batiste. K\a
Carltin. Anmah
Garza. Gage
Gueara. Omar
Saleado. Katelyn
Santiago, Minerva
Spires. Sara
Ssebastian-Paz, Erica
Toledo. Tomas

THIRD GRADE
Al\arenga. Nestor
Sanchez. Angelina


FOURTH GRADE
Arrowo, Eduardo
Gonzalez. Juan
Guevara, Ana
Lucatero, Jennifer
Mason, Will
Richardson. Cadee
Sanchez, Lauren
Wilson. Kyra

FIFTH GRADE
Benitez, Miguel
Figueroa, Deborah
Figueroa-Escobar.
Jailenne
Garcia, Monica
Gomez. Yashira
Hernandez. Alex
Lemus, Yesenia
Martinez, Adrian
Montero, Jose
Parks, Lane
Taylor, Kevin
Venegas, Jazmine
Zamora. Judith


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DISPOSAL CUSTOMERS


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casus re:re disposed of retrcnt-
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rnmoial of tenant
Brant! Iuncra Hormc .ic1.1
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Port<;lin Ii B .cr, Assoi-
ates 1I ( ,,I J( hnr S Pattcrs,,,n,
dealt jud'rmenct

The following nisde-
meanor casts were disposed
of rttnill in coiintn court:
I'icdd) An ,cli 1i'%. 1in!2
falsfc idcfnitlliil ti n l a la ,
crifrceminl e u lt c and resi l
Ing n anl thtlcril v.ilh uI ll ilec ncc,
S325 lii ine d i o nil at ots. '()
cost o lrosciul um if*( O) I'
M r(, I )oirii) i' Jirnine/,.
dolmsc rtic llcaly nelided to
domestic v, lcncc assault, adju-
dicaltionl v itlihcld, time served.
' 2I. lilne and c uiltl co ts., 510
public delendcr Ices, e.S ((OP
il ', ScveCc, domestic bhal-
lery and ic,,iting an officer
vitlholul violence, pi)rolbation one
year. 20-week hatuers nterven-
lion class. 5677 tine and court
costs, $' 100) public defender
fees. $50 ('OP.
Christina Ianette White, dis-
orderly conduct, adjudication
withheld, 5200 court costs. $50
C'OP, $50 investigative costs,
20 hours community service.
Stoney Christopher Ortiz,
domestic battery. adjudication


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CIRCUIT COURT
The following civil actions
were filed recently in the
,ifTfi. of the circuit court:
Ju.enal Marin Garcia is.
Daniela Martinez, petition for
injunction for protection.
Stephanie L. Mouldin vs.
Jeremy L. Mouldin, petition to
entirce child support order.
April M. Ellis s. Juan M.
Valdez. petition for injunction
tor protection.
Ally Financial Inc. vs. Gary
I) l.ilcs and Samantha A.
Baile., damages- contracts
and indebtedness.
MidFlorida ('redit Union vs.
Randall Scott Hall. Natasha
liall et al, petition for mortgage
foreclosure.
Ilsie C'hery and the state
Department of Revenue (DOR)
vs. Julian J. Williams, petition
to enforce administrative child
support order.
Mariana Perez Gaona and
)DOR vs. Reynaldo Gaona, peti-
tion for child support.
Suntrust Bank Inc. vs.
Vanessa Miller and Errol
Drummond, petition for mort-
gage foreclosure.
Maria Ordehi vs. Cory D.
Fowler, petition for injunction
for protection.
Dereus Defrand vs. Vanessa
Clayton, petition for injunction
for protection.
Susan Fowler o/b/o vs.
Annette Gannon o/b/o, petition
for injunction for protection.
Leah Dawn Gifford o/b/o vs.
Maria Trevino o/b/o, petition


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order
M ni Cr-ei -n2 n 1
Taryn T See. J-me, D See et
al. judgment
Danny Roliins and Kelli
Joan Rollins Still. amended
divorce order
Brenda Carroll and DOR vs.
Kenneth R. Torres, order.
Dan Michael Lumlev and
DOR is. Berrastina D. Kersey.
child support order.
Monica Hernandez and DOR
vs. Anthony R. Hernandez.
child support order modified.
Nora J Garcia vs. Enrique
Velazquez. Injunction for pro-
tection.
Louann l.anham Rimes and
DOR vs. Sue A Rimes, order
held in abeyance.
Elsie Cherv and DOR \s.
larl Johnson, voluntary dis-
missal.
Eagle Properties LLC vs.
Premier Realty of Lake Placid
Inc., voluntary dismissal.
Jena Criss and DOR vs. Scott
Ice, child support suspended.
Donna Lynn Medeiras and
DOR vs. Peter Norbert
Morawietz Jr. child support
order.
Ramanda Evans and DOR
vs. Joe Louis McCain, child
support order.
Melissa Summerville vs.
Michael King, dismissal of
injunction for protection.

The following felony crimi-
nal cases were disposed of last
week by the circuit judge.
Defendants have been adjudi-
cated guilty unless noted oth-


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s!'n i firearm bt' -f ?ie .
Fhrei .Sedar Fl-'nda S'TeS Pris-
'n-cu.pended. ti,, ,,ears .',m-
munn:ts cntro1-hou'e arrest.
S520 tine and court coits. IS200
public defender tfee. S100 COP
Fernando Domimuez-Cor-
,nel. aggravated battery\ vith a
deal\ iieapon. 1 months
Florida State Prison CTS. S520
tine and court costs. S350 pub-
lic defender fees and S100 COP
placed on lien. release to
Immigration.
Juan Antonio E1scobedo Jr,
home invasion. adjudication
, withheld, probation 18 months,
$520 fine and court costs,. S350
public defender fees. S100
COP.
Alfonso Espinosa. posses-
sion- of methamphetamine and
possession of drug parapherna-
lia, not prosecuted.
Brittany Nicole Farabee,
grand thett auto, three years
Florida State Prison-suspend-
ed, two years community con-
trol, substance abuse/mental
health evaluation and treatment.
no alcohol or drugs, random
screens, warrantless search and
seizure, $520 fine and court
costs, $350 public defender fees
and $100 COP converted to
community service hours.
Christobal Lopez, violation
of probation (original charge
attempt to purchase cocaine),
probation terminated.
Graciela Maldonado. posses-
sion of methamphetamine and
possession of drug parapherna-
lia, transferred to drug pretrial
intervention program.
Irvin Martines, possession of
drug paraphernalia and a traffic
offense, transferred to county


Our deepest smpatlhies go
out to Mort Malone on the re-
cent passing of his w ife. Bea
They have been in this park
since 1989. Bea w as in charge
of the exercise class for ears
and loved to line dance. She
could always be found at the
pool.

KOFEE KLATCII
I)Deey and Nancy Morrison
were the hosts Nov. 10, D)ra
Morgan led the U.S Pledge.
Ellen (ilson led the (anadian
Pledge and Don Mernllat led the
prayer.
Loyd I.ankford was in charge
of the Veterans Day program.
Canadian Laurie Hierlihy gave
a brief history of how Canadi-
ans celebrate Veterans Day.
Cal Gadsby. also a Canadian.
played "The Last Post" on his
clarinet. There were 22 veterans
in attendance.
Nancy Morrison sang "God
Bless the USA" while Anita
Albert accompanied her on the
piano. Dick Robinson played a
very touching song written by
his granddaughter while serving
in Afghanistan.
The 50/50 winners were Fay
Curran, Leona Munsie and
Deby Bricker.

BINGO
Pam Norris won the large
jackpot on Nov. 8 and Diane
Burget won the small one.


The following real estate
transactions of Sl10..Rt or
more were filed recent in
the office of the clerk of court:
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t, Michael R. and Jeannie 11
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Rand L)Dean Pett\ and
l)iann \\Wane Pens to Dannn
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Shria.n Dornwan and teJcdal
H u..ne and Urban D'chlop-
me.t to Dianiel Hill,. S('.tX
Ma\ I- Innis to Jerr\ D and
Darnelda E William5. SO'?.501
Lexan Insestments 1-1C to
F-art Groie.s. $70,000.
Eduardo Hernandez Palacio,,
and Gemma Olguin to Homies
of Wauchula Inc.. 55S."X0


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viticus 20:10 and Proverbs
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PHOTOS BY JIM KELLY Attending Saturday, Nov. 6, luncheon event at school west of Bowling Green were Bett]
ijoying reunion of College Hill School, which was open from 1921 to 1945, are Pat Futch Plimpton, Joyce Futch Moore and Conrad Futch.
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moving music and songs were Byron Allison and Sara Spencer of the duo called Verna Toole Whitfield, 96, and her sister Mary Alice Toole Durrance, 94, were honor
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Attending were Norma Jurn Roberts Farnell and her brother Rev. Maxwell Roberts. Former school students included Ted Lastinger, Gary Lastinger and Harold Patterson.


COURTESY PHOTO
Pat Gugle stands behind Toole siblings Verna Whitfield, 96, Mary Alice Durrance, 94, Miley Young, 90, Willie Clyde Cloud, 87, and Buck Toole, 85.



Students At College Hill School House


Adams, Eugene
Adams, Homer
Adkins, Earl
Albritton, Alfred
Albritton, Carl
Albritton, Edith
Albritton, Eugenia
Albritton, Frank
Albritton, Gaven
Albritton, Gladys
Albritton, Grace
Albritton, Harry
Albritton, Horace
Albritton. Jessie
Albritton, Jewell
Albritton, Letha
Albritton, Lora
Albritton, Luther
Albritton, Nora
Albritton, Pauline
Albritton, Pearl
Albritton. Rosa Nell
Albritton, Shirley
Alderman. Alvena
Alderman, Ernestine
Alderman, Gary
Alderman, Hazel
Alderman. Ida
Alderman, Ilene
Alderman, James
Alderman, LoisElla
Alderman, W.A.
Allen, Alton
Allen, Joyce
Allen, Lloyd
Allen, L.T.
Allen. Lucille
Altman. George
Altman, Marvin
Ambrose. Thelma
Anderson, Alton
Anderson. Carrie
Anderson. Conrad
Anderson. Elmo
Anderson. Elno
Anderson. Frankie
Anderson. Betty
Anderson. Lillian
Anderson. T.W.
Anderson. Voncile
Arnold. D.W.
Arnold. Ruth
Ashelly. Colleen
Ashelly. Oloha
Barefoot. Andrew
Barefoot. Dewey
Barefoot. Elmer
Barefoot. Grady
Barefoot. H.D.
Barefoot. Jessie
Barefoot. Maudie
Best. Colon
Best. Glenda
Best. Jackie
Blackford. Annie
Blackford. Patsy
Boney. Cornelia
Boney, Isben
Boney. Leona
Boney. Lula"
Boney. Marvin
Bowen. Cecil
Boen. Ernest
Bowen. Forest
Bowen. Mar-
Boyd. Artie
Boyd. Bailey
Boyd. Inez
Boyd. Leona
Boyd. Louise
Boyd. Noah
loyd. Ossie
1.


Bramlett, Edith
Bramlett, Garland
Bramlett, Johnnie
Bryant, Mary L.
Bryant, Mary
Bryant, Mahlon
Bryant, Maurine
Bryant, Minor
Bryant, Miriam
Bryant, Otis
Brooks, Alfred
Brooks, Annie
Brooks, Carrie
Brooks, David
Brooks, Earnest
Brooks, Inez
Brooks, James
Brooks, Raymond
Brooks, Willie
Brookins, T.O.
Brown, Elizabeth
Brown, George
Chapman, Charles
Chapman, Doyle
Chapman. Gloria
Chapman, Helen
Chapman, Truman
Chapman, Virginia
Clemmons. William
Cochran. Vernon
Collins, David
Collins, Mildred
Collins. Stanley
Conner. Sally
Cook. Bennie
Cook, Lawrence
Cook. Lucille
Cook. Thelma
Cooper, A.P.
Cooper. Cecil
Cooper. Estelle
Cooper. Ethel
Cooper. Hubert
Cooper. Lucreat
Cooper. Shelley
Cotton. Mary R.
Craft, Louise
Crane. France
Crane. Fred
Crawford. Floy
Crawford. John
Dansby. Ebson
Dansby. Elbert
Dansby. Lunnie
Dansby. Tommie
Dassinger. Melrose
Davis. Fred Jr.
Davis. Bill
Davis. Damon
Davis. Pearl
Davis. Mattie
Daugherty. Pearl
Dees. Edna
DeVane. Adrien
DeVane. D.J.
DeVane. Etta
DeVane. Eugene
DeVane. Ishla
DeVane. Merle
DeVane. Miran
DeVane. Ra mond
Dixon. Monroe
Dotson. Bertha
Dotson. Co>
Dotson. Earl
Dotson. Ira
Dotson. Juanta
Dotson. Larry
Dotson. Louise
Dotson. Mabel
Dotson. Nina
Dotson. Roy


Dotson, Ruth
Dotson, Tommie
Dotson, Velma
Douglas, Archie
Douglas, Fay
Douglas, Henry
Driggers, Donna
Driggers, Emma
Driggers, Everett
Driggers, Lenora
Driggers, Mamie
Driggers, Mary
Durrance, Alline
Durrance, Billie
Durrance, Donald
Durrance, Doyle
Durrance, Eugene
Durrance. Fannie M
Durrance, Gertrude
Durrance, Grace
Durrance, Howard
Durrance, Houston
Durrance, Irene
Durrance, J.C.
Durrance, Joyce
Durrance, Maybelle
Durrance, Milton
Durrance. Muriel
Durrance, Norwood
Durrance. Tunnie
Durrance, Viola
Durrance, Wilbur
Emmerson. Eugene
Emmerson. James
Ferrox, Julie
Fipps, Alice
Fipps, Herbert
Fipps. Julie
Fipps: Robert
Ford, Evelyn
Ford, Gordon
Ford. Lamar
Ford. Lorraine
Ford. Velma
Ford. Vernon
Futch. Annie Mae
Futch, Carl
Futch. Conrad
Futch. Jack
Futch. Joyce
Futch. Lora
Futch. Pearl
Futch. Ruth
Grambrell. Bob
Grambrell. Juanita
Gentry. Jewel
Gentry. Pearl
Gentry. Williams
Gilchrist. Frances
Gill. Barbara
Gill. Edw ard
Gill. Loa Mae
Gill. Marshall
Gill. Winnie Fay
Gilliard. Blondie
Gilliard. Charles
Giliard. Florence
Gilliard. Lloyd
Gilliard. Thomas
Goodman. Andrew
Goodman. Delia
Goodman. Reginald
Goodman. Silas
Goodman. Wallace
Grambling. Jack
Grambling. Lois
Grambling. Sarah
Green. Marilyn
Green. Shirley
Grice. Ferna Mac
Grnce. Nelda
Grice. Randall


Grice, Wilma Jean
Griffin, Hughey
Griner, Gladys
Griner, Jr.
Griner, Vinnie
Guest, Vida
Guest, Wayman
Hagler, Mary
Hagler, Mizel
Harrell, Dorothy
Harrell, Houston
Harrell, Howard
Harrell, Jessie
Heilcher, Freeman
Heilcher, Norman
Hendry, Albert
Hendry, Cassie
Hendry, Flora
Hendry, Loca
Hendry, Mary
Hendry, Melba
Hodges, Aubrey
Hodges, Eloise
Hodges, Junior
Hodges. Mary
Holland, Selby
Holloway, Barney
Horn, John
Horn, Lucy
Home, Alice
Howell, Bufford
Howell, Iris
Howell, Lunnie
Howell, Talmadge
Hrabal, Albert
Hrabal, Billy
Hrabal, Bobby Joe
Hrabal, Eddie
Hrabal. Eugenie
Hrabal, Franklin
Hrabal. Gladys M.
Hrabal, Gordon
Hrabal. Henry
Hrabal. Josephine
Hrabal. Carlo
Hrabal. Lois Faye
Hrabal. Louise
Hrabal. Sidney
Hrabal. Tillie
Hughy. Billie
Hughy. Junior
Inman. Joan
Jackson. Daphne
Jackson. Garner
Jackson. Gordon
Jackson. Venata
Jacobs. Gordon
Jacobs. Mvrtle
Johnson. Albert
Johnson. Austin
Johnson. B.J.
Johnson. LaVern
Johnson. Wa ne
Jones. Oradee
Judah. Adella
Judah. Bertha
Judah. Bessie
Judah. Helen
Judah. Mar', Lou
Judah. N.S.
Judah. Spurgeon
Keadle. OpaJ
Kersey. David
Kerse. Earl
Kerses. Grace
Kerse. Martha
Kersey. Juanita
Kerce. Van
King. Betitsc
King. James
K:ng. Jak
King. Jeft


King, Mary Ela
King, Nolan
Lamb, Murray
Lanyon, Andrin
Lanyon, Leon
Lanyon, TresElla M
Lastinger, Andrew
Lastinger, Boggy
Lastinger, Charles
Lastinger, Eugene
Lastinger, Gary
Lastinger, Gilford
Lastinger, Guy
Lastinger, Helen
Lastinger, J.K.
Lastinger, Lavon
Lastinger, Ray
Lastinger, Ted
Lawrence, C.M.
Lawrence, Dorothy
Lawrence, Eugene
Lawrence, Odell
Lennon,Jack
Lennon, Ruth
Lennon, Wayne
Lindsey, Annie P
Lindsey, Carl
Lindsey, Lester
Long, Dullie
Long, John
Lopez, Lem
Locklar, Irvin Jr.
Locklar, Veda Mae
Marshall, Beatrice
Marshall, Cleveland
Marshall, Fanny
Marshall, Gladys
Mathis, Annie L
McAdams, Letha
McAdams. Winifred
McDowell, Wylor D
McGill, Delma
McGill, Gussie
McGill. iris
McGill, Mildred
McGill. Robert
McGill, Woodrow
McLeod. Don L.
McLeod, Geraldine
McLeod. Joan
McLeod. Louis
McLeod. Maxine
McPherson. Billy
McPherson. Hazel
McPherson. James
Mercer. L.P. Jr.
Miller, Bonita
Miller. Cecil
Miller, Dennis
Miller. Ella
Miller. Herman
Miller. Marvin
Miller. Okle
Milton. Eldridge
Milton. Evelyn
Milton. Mildred
Moulton. Henry
Munden. Charles
Nicholson. Bill,
Nicholson. C.G.
Nicholson. Eloise
Nicholson. Willie C
Nobles. Lorena
Noel. Charles
Noel. Edna
Noel. Elizabeth
Noel. Joseph
Norvood. Evelyn
Norwood. Helen
O"Bryan. Janice F
O'Bryan. Kenneth
O'Bryan. Myrnell


Parker, Doyle
Parker, Juanita
Parker, Pearl
Parker, Wilma
Parrish, Albert
Parrish, Billy
Parrish, Dorothy
Parrish, Elmer
Parrish, Ettie Pyatt
Parrish, Fayetta
Parrish, Garner
Parrish, Herbert
Parrish, Jeanette
Parrish, Julius
Parrish, Lucille
Parrish, Maydell
Parrish, Marcia
Parrish, Opal
Parrish, Pearl
Parrish, Peggy N
Parrish, Ruth
Parrish, Seth
Parrish, Suzie
Parrish, Velva
Parrish, Viola
Patterson, Allen
Patterson, Alene
Patterson, A.M. Jr.
Patterson, Don
Patterson, Harold
Patterson, James
Patterson, Letha
Patterson, Mary E.
Patterson, Maurice
Payne, Evelyn
Payne, Grace
Payne, Noel
Payne, Wilma
Paulk, Andrew
Paulk, Julia
Paulk, Ray
Price, Caroline
Prichard, Josie
Rabon. M.V.
Rabon. Notie
Rabon, Warren
Ratliff, Alfred
Ratliff, Evelyn
Reese, Alfred
Reese. James
Reese, Sarah
Revells, Tillie
Roberts. B.F
Roberts. Doshia
Roberts. Grace
Roberts. Iris
Roberts. June
Roberts. Pleamon
Roberts, Sharon
Rogers. Dorothy
Rogers. Louise
Rogers. Lucille
Rollins. Cleon
Russ. Leonard
Russ. Thomas
Rhymes. Verice
Rutledge. Dan
Rutledge. Grace
Rutledge. Homer
Sauls. Fisher
Sauls. Lamar
Sauls. Marshall
Sauls. W.T.
Selph. Edgar
Selph. Evelyn
Selph. Floyd
Selph. Grace
Selph. Mildred
Selph. Naomi
Sessions. Barney
Sessions. Hamilton
Sessions. Williams


Shivers, Claude
Shivers, Dorothy
Shivers, Eddie
Shivers, Leila
Shivers, Lucille
Shillings, Earl
Shillings, Louise
Shillings, Merle
Shoal, Marcus
Smith, Albert
Smith, Alberta
Smith, Charlie
Smith, Claudine
Smith, Doris
Smith, Dorothy
Smith, Dovie
Smith, Eulala
Smith, Rebecca
Smith, Robert
Sorrells, Francis
Statten, Mary
Stokes, Geneva
Stokes, Velma
Studstill, Britton
Studstill, Frank
Studstill, Jack
Studstill, Tom
Stumpf, F.
Stumpf, Katherine
Stumpf, William
Surrency, Park
Sutton, Hoyt
Swafford, Aressie
Swafford, Christine
Swafford, William
Talley, Alice
Talley, Anna Mae
Talley, Earnest
Talley, Estelle
Talley, Eunice
Talley, Helen
Talley, J.D.
Talley, Myrtle
Talley, Murdock
Talley, Rosa Lee
Talley, Violet
Thomas, Angeline
Thomas, Katherine
Thomas, Mamie L
Thomas, Pearlie
Tice, Franklin
Tillet. Brasher
Tillet, Charlie
Tillet, Oneta
Toole, Courtney
Toole, Mary Alice
Toole, Miley
Toole, Willie Clyde
Twiss. Lawrence
Underhill. Lessie
Vanzant, Evelyn
Vanzant. Fini
Vanzant. Leotus
Vowell. Billie
Walker, Albert
Walker. Charlie
Walker. Denver
Walker. Evelyn
Walker. John
Walker. Martha A
Walker. Mary
Walker. Molly
Walker. Vernoy
Ward. Betty Lou
Ward. Billy
Ward. Bobby
Ward. June
Ward. Lorraine
Ward. Wanda
Ward. Wallace
Waters. George
Waters. James


Waters, Molly
Watkins, Betty Jo
Weaver, Bernice
Weaver, Raymond
Weaver, Ruby
Whidden, Charles
Whidden, Jessie L
Whidden, Lee Roy
Whidden, Minnie M
Whidden, Murace
Whidden, Thelma
Whidden, Vernon
Whitfield, Belle
Whitfield, J.W.
Whitfield, Melvin
Whitfield, Rhoda
Whitener, Bobby M
Whitener, Cottie
Whitener, Earnest'
Whitener, George
Whitener, J.G.
Whitener, J.W.
Whitener, Lilly M
Whitener, Locky
Whitener, Marie
Whitener, Orville
Whitener, Wilford
Whitt, Edward
Whitt, John
Williamson, Bertha
Williamson, James
Williamson, Junior
Williamson, Maxine
Williamson, Monroe
Witte, Howard
Witte, Laverne
Witte, Sheldon
Witte, Wendell
Woods, Betty
Woods, Burton
Woods, Doris
Woods, Evelyn
Woods, Myrtle Lee
Wynn. Clarence
Wynn. Edward
Wynn, Nadine
Wynn, Naomi


Teachers at

College Hill

School
Akins. Isabel
Albritton. Katherine
Blackburn. Mrs. L
Chancey. Perry
Gordell. Jas. J.
Driggers. Laudy
Driggers. Leola
Driggers. Ruby
Gebhart. Hazel
iartsfield. Kathleen
Judah. Clemmie
Judah. Katie Mae
Keck. Vera H.
Knight. Gladys
Mercer. Vivian
Monteith. Bertha
Parker. Mrs. J.W.
Peden. Eula
Price. A.A
Roach. Inez
Smith. Josephine
Stevenson. J.E.
Surrency. Amelia
Timmerman, Hazel
Waters. Madie
Walker. Lena Kate
Whidden. Sadie
Woods. Bessie







8C The Herald-Advocate, November 18, 2010


Light One Candle
By Gerald M. Costello
The Chnstophers


FAITH OFF THE FIELD
Very little about the New York Mets this year had a positive
ring to it. Once again, despite a promising start, the hapless base-
* ball team fizzled, failing to make the playoffs and ringing up vet
another losing season. Still, there wa-s at least one bright note about
the Mets: the emergence of R A Dickev as the team's most con-
sistent pitcher And although the knuckleballing rghthander came
into prominence as an athlete, this column is about a lot more than
sports.
Dickey, you see, is a complex individual Not onl:, is he good
at what he does for a living, he's good at helping others, too He
does that through a slightly unornhoxox Christian faith that teaches
him an important lesson about responsibility As he puts it, simply
enough: "Inside, I have an urge to go share my good fortune with
other people."
'And so he does.
I first learned about this side of Dickey through a story by
Andy Martino in the New York Daily News. You might find
Dickey on a pitcher's mound. Martino wrote, but you'd be just as
likely to find him pondering the words of Robert Frost or Ernest
Hemingway in a college classroom, or handing out relief supplies
in a remote village in Venezuela.
When it comes to this man, in other words, there's a lot more
than meets the eye. And it all begins with his Christian faith.
Among other things, it led him to serve as cofounder of
"Honoring the Father," an organization that first raised money to
encourage youth groups to undertake community projects. Then
Honoring the Father expanded its horizons, and now brings both
medical and athletic supplies-that is, Dickey personally brings
medical and athletic supplies-to poor areas of Latin America. As
Martino wrote:
"He expresses his faith in the way he prefers, by engaging with
the world and trying to improve it."
Dickey's own explanation is more involved. "I was interested
how my faith manifested itself on Earth," he said, "with relation-
ships with my wife, with my three kids, with anyone. So I started
evolving to a place that really took me towards outreach-how can
the overflow of what we believe manifest itself on Earth?"
At first Dickey and his cofounder traveled to remote villages
in Mexico and then to Venezuela, delivering baseball equipment
for young people, medical supplies for everyone, even helping to
build new homes. After that they applied for religious visas that
enabled them to travel to Cuba, where they now go about once a
year, distributing baseball gear often donated by teammates and
everyday medicines-Advil, Neosporin and the like-provided by
manufacturers.
Dickey, who has finally reached knuckleball stardom at 35
after many so-so years as a conventional pitcher, isn't sure about
his life after baseball. He's considering the possibility of going for
a master's degree and teaching literature courses at the college
level.
Right now he's following a classic Christopher course, making
a positive difference in the world.
For a free copy of "It's Your Choice, write: The Christophers,
5 Hanover Square, New York, NY 10004; or e-mail: mail@christo-
phers.org.

If people don't want to come out to the ballpark,
nobody's gonna stop 'em.
-Yogi Berra


Stump The Swami
B- John Szehlgo


Well. c~rbWail fansi, a', thoughts of a trip to A:lanta ror the
SEC Chanmpionship Gamre :o see :he Gatx are mere, a dream
The Sou.h Caro!na Gameocks. h,, had never won in the Swamp
in 12 tne-s. beat UF in ever'. wa: possble to punch their ticket in
the title amre The Old Ball Coach had his team primed and read,
and the Gators had n' answer for Garcia and Lattimre The
Gators' onl. focus now' is to beat Apps St and win the nvalrn game
.ith FSL' A minor bowl will have -t do for 2010
The 'SF Bulls got out of Louisi.lle with an overtime Ictor.
and in the process secured a bowl game regardless the outcome of
the ret of the season The Pit Panthers and CCONN Huskies still
have to '.ist Ramond James while the Bulls triael to Miami to
pla, the Canes A couple of ins would have USF in the hunt Ior a
BCS Bow)! ur at least a bigger b~'Al It not. the St Pete Beef O'
Brads.'s Bowl would love to ha.e the LSF crowd to fill the Trop
against a CUSA opponent.
The BSC scenano will be interesting to watch with the uncer-
tainty surrounding Auburn and Cam Newton and the Oregon
Ducks who barely, quacked b, Cal this weekend. Boise St. kept
rolling along as did TCU.
It is that time for coaching rumors in college football. Colo-
rado has e)es on Georgia coach Mark Richt. Richt did spend his
childhood in Denver. West Virginia coach Bill Stewart has the
hottest hot seat though. After back-to-back losses to Syracuse and
Connecticut, a plane pulling a Fire Stew banner made its appear-
ance over Mountaineer Field at this week's game. The
Mountaineers responded with a 37-10 domination win over
Cincinnati though. Rumor on the Stanford message board said
WVU Athletic Director Oliver Luck, Andrew Lucks' father, and
Cardinal Coach Jim Harbaugh have discussed the money angle.
Luck is also friends with Mike Leach leading to more rumors in
Morgantown. Of course, there is always Rich Rodriguez fate at
Michigan. The Wolverines will go bowling but would a Motor City
pizza Bowl game against Northern Illinois or Temple be what the
faithful had in mind when he was hired? Yep, it is that time of year
for rumors.
Former Hardee Wildcat wide receiver Jermaine King had 7
receptions for 67 yards for West Virginia State in a 63-38 loss to
Fairmont St. The Yellow Jackets finished the season 0-10 despite
the record breaking season by King. Weston Palmer had 3 tackles
for Princeton in a 14-13 loss to Yale. Eziah Youyoute and his
Georgia Southern Eagles beat Western Carolina 28-6.
Now let's look at this Week's Bill O' Fare...
1. Appalachian St. at Florida-Can the Gators avoid the
"Michigan Curse?" Not if they play like last week. The Gators
should prevail. Goodness, let's hope so. Florida 35 ASU 13.
2. Pitt at South Florida-Bulls at home play tougher and Pitt
will have Dave Wannstedt on the sidelines. Wanny is always good
for a 6-point swing for the opponent. Bulls will pull off victory
again crushing the Panther hopes for respectability. USF 30 Pitt 24.
3. West Virginia at Louisville-Mountaineer defense is the
best in the Big East and 4th nationally. They completely shut down
the top offensive team in the conference in Cincinnati. The offense
looked good as well finally. Noel Devine needs 230 yards for
another 1,000-yard season. West Virginia 31 Louisville 17.
4. Marshall at SMU-Herd has never won a game in the state
of Texas. Neither had South Carolina in the Swamp until last week-
end. To quote Matthew McConaughey in the movie We Are
Marshall, "First time for everything." Marshall 35 SMU 20.
5. Georgia St. at Alabama-GSU is a new program looking to
make a splash in college football. This is a good place to get rec-
ognized but also to get pummeled. Tide Rolls and gets ready to ruin
Auburn. Alabama 56 GSU 13.
6. Arkansas at Mississippi St.-Mallet will pass the Bulldogs


Nominate

For Citrus

Fame Hall
Nominations are now being
sought for potential inductees to
the Florida Citrus Hall of Fame.
All nominations must be
made by Dec. 1.
Induction ceremonies are
scheduled to take place on
Friday, March 4, at Florida
Southern College in Lakeland.
The luncheon is co-sponsored
by Florida Citrus Mutual and
the Florida Department of
Citrus.
Last year's inductees were the
late Earl M. "Duke" Crittenden
of Orlando, the late Bernard A.


Egan of Fort Pierce, Harold B.
McTeer of Winter Haven and
Howard E. Sorrells of Arcadia.
Eligible nominees are those
distinguished leaders who have
made significant contributions
to the Florida citrus industry in
any of the following fields: pio-
neers, harvesting, packing, pro-
cessing, marketing, scientific
and/or educational areas.
Nomination forms are avail-
able by contacting Florida
Citrus Mutual, (863) 682-1111
or by visiting the Florida Citrus
Hall of Fame Web site at www.-
floridacitrushalloffame.com.
Completed applications may
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be sent to: Florida Citrus Hall
of Fame, P.O. Box 89,
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all da, long MSL' beating of Florida and short-lived appearance in
the Top 25 was premature Arkansas 3S MSU 13.
Vireinia Tech at Miami-Hokies should beat the Canes.
The ACC should forfeit its BSC Bowl to the Mountain West. VPI
will probably, win the ACC and they lost at home to James
Madison. Ma)be the ACC can send the other division champ.
\irginia 34 Miami 16.
8. FSU at Marn land-Noles must win here and hope the Tar
Heels beat NCSU to make the ACC Championship Game. FSU 27
Maryland 24.
9 Tennessee at Vanderbilt-Vols seem to have gained some
new life Just ask Ole Miss.Tennessee 33 Vanderbilt 13.
10 UCF at Tulane-Kni2hts finish with bottom feeders Tu-
lane and Memphis making them the favorite in the CUSA Title
Game L'CF 37 Tulane 14.
11. Rutiers at Cincinnati-frustrated Bearcats will take out
the Scarlet Knights Collaros failed to throw a touchdown pass for
the first time in his career against West Virginia last week. Cincy
35 Rutgers 24
12 North Carolina St. at North Carolina-Tar Heels and
Wolfpack meet in a game with championship implications. Heels
want to keep Pack out of the title.game. Good rival game. UNS 31
NCST 30.
13. Wisconsin at Michigan-Badgers scored 83 on Indiana.
Michigan has a worse defense. Run it up Wisky. go for 100 on
RichRod.Wisconsin 100 Michigan 21.
14. Bethune-Cookman at Florida A &M-Rattlers are 7-3 but
BCC is 10-0. The Classic always brings the alumni together for a
great weekend. BCC 45 FAMU 17.
15. Ohio St. at Iowa-Hawkeyes were upset by Northwest-
ern! Maybe looking ahead? This week at home, they get redemp-
tion. Iowa 34 Ohio St. 27.
16. Mississippi at LSU-LSU makes quick work of Ole Miss.
LSU 38 Mississippi 13.
.17. Troy at South Carolina-Gamecocks start slow after a
week-long celebration then roll. They still have a date with Clem-
son as well. South Carolina 47 Troy 14.
18. Tampa at San Francisco-Bucs pillage the Bay Area.
Tampa 27 SF 21.
19. Detroit at Dallas-What Interim Coach? Dallas 33 De-
troit 17.
20. Oakland at Pittsburgh-Steel Curtain falls Pittsburgh 31









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MODERNIZED LAB
STUDENT COUNCIL .


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PHOTOS B> Jl Is ELL'
COCRTESY PHOTOS Florida Hospital Wauchula held an open house Nov. 5 for its recently modernized lab.
Sponsor Julie Farr swears in North Wauchula Elementary School's new Student The lab has new equipment and expanded services. In one photo are Wayne Williams,
Council officers at a recent induction ceremony. Officers (top photo, from left) are medical technician; Joyce McLeod, FHW Foundation board member; and Cindy Booth,
President Mario Gomez, Treasurer Layla Santoyo and Secretary Elizabeth Weeks. Vice lab outreach coordinator, standing in front of Stago Coagulation Studies machine. In
President Salvador Herrajon is not pictured. In one of his first duties, President Mario other photo, standing in front of Chemistry DXC 600 Analyzer are Bess Stallings, board
swears in the Student Council representatives. They are (bottom photo, from front left) member; Marcene Miller, labor director; and Nell McCauley, board member.
Jean St. Louis, Austin Santoyo, Rachel Garland, Brianna Farias and Emily Patarini;
(back row) Jansen Walker (second term), Julissa Flores (second term) and J.C. Kulig.
Not pictured are Cahnel Boyette, RaHym Lewis and Shauna Norwood. r


Parade Guidelines
1. $25.() Entry Fee.
2. Entries must pertain to the holiday and/or theme, "A Christmas Caroling Celebration".
3. Because this is an evening parade, LIGHTS ARE REQUIRED on all floats or pulled
units.
4. No Santas. Only helpers are allowed.
5. No walking vendors along parade route. Stationary vendors allowed on 7th Avenue
upon approval from the event coordinator. Mandatory vendor application available at
Chamber Office.
6. Entries with animals must provide their own clean up during line up and along the
parade route. For the safety of the spectators, all animals must be accompanied by a
walking chaperone.
7. No alcohol or tobacco are allowed.
8. Banner and/or poster and flash lights are required to precede float.
9. At least two walkers are required beside each float.
10. Must be 16 ears old to operate any motorized vehicle.
11. No bull whips are permitted.
12. For the safety of children, candy or other items may not be thrown from any vehicle, but
should he handed out by people walking in the parade.
13. Please have at least I adult assigned to every 20 children. Children must be accompanied
at all times.
14. Field ill be available from 9:0H) a.m. 4:30 p.m. All participants are required to be in
position no later than 4:30 p.m.
15. Immediately follow ing the parade, participants must have a representati e at the judging
stand for award presentations.
16. Registration deadline is November 19th.
17. In the esent of a severe weather cancellation, the parade will be rescheduled for
Saturday. )ecember llth.
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Entry Type: 3 Fca- -I Ve, c-es 1 Marching Unit Or-e-
Category: 3 Cc--e'c a Non Commercia!
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Business or Organization
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During the past week. sheriff's deputies and city police
officers investigated the following incidents and made the fol-
lowing arrests:

COUNTY
Nov. 14, .rminal mischief on Sweetwater Road and a tag
% len n, f' S 17 South were reported.

Nov. 13, Darlene Hughcs King. 49, of 732 Sandpiper Dr.
Wauchula ,, .,, arrcted by Dep Nathan WU*' di ,orderly min,'ication.
Nov. 13, Kathy Lee Hcndry. 39. of 3924 Edison A'c Bo' ling
(recn, ,aJ arrctcd by Cpl Shane Ward and charged with battery
Nov. 13, a !hctt on Sandpiper Drive was reported

Nov. 12', Jett Austin McCall. 35, ot 233 Dixie Dr. Bowling
(irecn., ,a.s arrcdcd hby LDp Ccsar Medina and charged with bat-
tory
Nov. 12, a residential burglary on Grtfin Road, and a theft on
( aloo-,a Drine were reported

Nov. 11, Maunrio Antonio Hcrnandez, 41, of 1833 U.S. 17 N..
Wauchula, .,as arrested by Dep. Michael Lake and charged with
contempt o court.
Nov. 11, a residential burglary on James Cowart Road, and
thetts on L S 17 South and on Lincoln Street were reported.
Nov. 10, criminal mischief on East Broward St., and a theft on
Badger l.oop were reported.

Nov. 9, residential burglaries on Wingate Road, College Hill
Road and on Manuel Road, and a business burglary on Knight
Road vcre reported.

Nov. 8, Mario Lopez, 28, of 3737 Myrtle St., Zolfo Springs,
was arrested by Dep Michael Lake and charged with fraud-giv-
ing a false II) to an officer and violation of probation.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION

FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that EQUITY TRUST
COMPANY CUSTODIAN FBO LAURA VANCE IRA, the
holder of the following certificate has filed said cer-
tificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and year of issuance, the description
of the property, and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO.: 665 YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2005

Description of Property:
DESCRIPTION:
.46 AC BEG SW COR LOT 5 BLK A HAR-
TRIDGE MANOR SUB RUN S 62 DEG 27M OOS
W 122.17 FT N 28 DEG 30M 40S W 210.21 FT
TO S /W LINE SR64 N 62 DEG 28M 06S E
ALONG S R/W 125.69 FT MOL TO NW COR
LOT 5 BLK A OF HAPTRIDGE MANOR SUB S
27 DEG 33M OOS E'210 FT TO POB LESS E
29.90 FT THEREOF 29 34S 25E
385P660 436P60 522P114

SUBJECT TO RESERVATIQMS, COVENANTS,
RESTRICTIONS, AND EASEMENTS OF RE-
CORD.
Name in which assessed: W. ALBERT CARLTON
ESTATE ET AL

Said property being in the County of HARDEE,
State of Florida.

Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, the property described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Hardee
County Courthouse, 417 West Main Street, second
floor hallway outside of Room 202, Wauchula, FL
33873 on the 15TH day of DECEMBER, 2010, at 11:00
a.m.

Dated this 2 day of November, 2010.

B. Hugh Bradley
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hardee County, Florida
AD No: 1
By: Alicia C. Albritton, Deputy Clerk
Tax Deed File No.: 252010TD015XXXX11




NOTICE OF APPLICATION

FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that EQUITY TRUST
COMPANY CUSTODIAN FBO LAURA VANCE IRA, the
holder of the following"certificate has filed said cer-
tificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and year of issuance, the description
of the property, and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO.: 509 YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2005

Description of Property:
DESCRIPTION:
LOT 6
HARLEM HEIGHTS

SUBJECT TO RESERVATIONS, COVENANTS,
RESTRICTIONS, AND EASEMENTS OF RE-
CORD,


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Nov. 14. Knnr.e;. Lee C.u'jghin. 34. o, 130 E To',nscend St.
,aj- hZ.: ._,s rres:ed b Set John Eas,,n and charged vith
er...a:d ~-er uinr g a de-adly weapon.

Nov.12. a rcid en:alI burglary on East To.nsend Street was
rip<;rled

Nov. 11. Sit Michael Lacosse. I. of 409 N. Sixth Ave. (L.S
17 suth, *.as arrested by Sgt. Gabe Garza and charged v ith pos-
ses ,iin o; marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Nov. 11. Jose Antonio Lobato. 28, of 250 Maxvwell Dr.,
Wauchula. '-as arrested by Ofc. Kein Brock and charged with
unarmed bursiary of a structure or conveyance and criminal mis-
chief damage to property.
Nov. 11, Dite William McCafftery, 59. of 530 E. Broward St..
Boling Green. was arrested by Ofc. John Lindsay and charged
Swith possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug para-
phernalia.

Nov. 10, Manuel Garcia. 53, of 4637 Church Ave.. Bowling
Green, .,as arrested by Ofc. John Nicholas and charged with
unarmed burglary of a structure/conveyance, possession of burgla-
ry tools v, ith intent to u se and criminal mischief damage to prop-
erty.
Nov. 10, Jimmy Reshod Fuller, 18. of 394 River Chase.
Wauchula, vwas arrested by Ofc.Kevin Brock and charged with
possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of drug
paraphernalia and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Nov. 10, Misael Gomez. 23 of 815 W. County Line Road.
Bowling Green, was arrested by Ofc. Kevin Brock and charged
with possession of drug paraphernalia and contributing to the
delinquency of a minor.



NOTICE OF APPLICATION'

FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that EQUITY TRUST
COMPANY CUSTODIAN FBO LAURA VANCE IRA, the
holder of the following certificate has filed said cer-
tificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and year of issuance, the description
of the property, and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO.: 197 YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2005

Description of Property:
DESCRIPTION:
.49 AC ALL THAT PART OF W 1/4 OF SE 1/4
OF NE 1/4 LYING N OF SR S 664A
09 33S 25E
123P296 251P75 268P273 269P681 & 684

SUBJECT TO RESERVATIONS, COVENANTS,
RESTRICTIONS, AND EASEMENTS OF RE-
CORD.
Name in which assessed: PILAR GARCIA

Said property being in the County of HARDEE,
State of Florida.

Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, the property described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Hardee
County Courthouse, 417 West Main Street, second
floor hallway outside of Room 202, Wauchula, FL
33873 on the 8 day of DECEMBER, 2010, at 11:00 a.m.

Dated this 28 day of October, 2010.

B. Hugh Bradley
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hardee County, Florida
AD No: 1
By: Alicia C. Albritton, Deputy Clerk
Tax Deed File No.: 252010TD013XXXX 11.45




NOTICE OF APPLICATION

FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ETC CUSTODI-
AN FBO BRADLEY ALEXANDER VANCE COVERDALE
(EDUCATION), the holder of the following certificate
has filed said certificate 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.: 153 YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2005

Description of Property:
DESCRIPTION:
LOTS 37 TO 40 INC BLK A MT ZION SUBD
05 33S 25E
219P159 DC-373P701 477P730P732

SUBJECT TO RESERVATIONS, COVENANTS,
RESTRICTIONS, AND EASEMENTS OF RE-
CORD.
Name in which assessed: ELVIRA GARCIA AND
HELMIRO GARCIA

Said property being in the County of HARDEE,
State of Florida.


BOWLING GREEN
Nov. 1 Jami Nanette Re, na. 23. otf '0 E1 Oak St Wauchula.
tAs arrested b\ 01b Ra.in -\bb,':t and charged i oh batter c,.auu-
:n7 bdl\ harm

Nov. 10, En,,h Henri RoIeei. 13S. o1 S41' \V Wiarnms T n
Bvd Lakea'aJ. \as, arrested bh Otc Ra.in At'bott l'a.ind ch.aLd
No p,.seskon t, ovaine v lh intentt to .e'll. po'sesson ,t dru,'
paraphernaha and reisi n an oiucer \ ilhoul \i'!en.'c
Nov. 10, a ihet ,,n .-!at ls',vonut Street v\a's reported


For the week ended November 11. 2010

At the Florida Livestock Auctions. receipts totaled o.oS4. com-
pared to 10.347 last week. and 10.044 a \ear ago According to
the Florida Federal-State Livestock Market Ne\ws Ser\ice
Compared to last week Slaughter cow\s and bulls, \wee sie.id\ to
2.00 lower. feeder steers and heifers, were stead, to 2 00 higher


Feeder Steers: Medium & LairgeI
200-300 lbs
300-400 I b
400-500 lbs


Feeder Heiters:


Medium & Larige
200-300 lbs
300-400 lbs
400-500 Ibs


Frame No 1-2
125 00- r5 00
11 00. -145.00
105 00)-127 00

Irame No 1-2
100 00- 130 00
.000-128.00
84 00-107,00


Slaughter Co, s: Lean: 750-12(X) Ib.s 85-90 percent 43 00-47 50

Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade No 1-2 1000-2100 1 lb 5S 00)-(5 ()



NOTICE OF APPLICATION

FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that EQUITY TRUST
COMPANY CUSTODIAN FBO LAURA VANCE IRA, the
holder of the following certificate has filed said cer-
tificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and year of issuance, the description
of the property, and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO.: 414 YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2005

Description of Property:
DESCRIPTION:
LOT 11 BLK 18
ANDERSONS RESUB OF PACKERS ADD
146P416 238P33 238P637 655P701

SUBJECT TO RESERVATIONS, COVENANTS,
RESTRICTIONS, AND EASEMENTS OF RE-
CORD.
Name in which assessed: BENITO G. VALDIVIEZ
AND CONSUELO VALDIVIEZ

Said property being in the County of HARDEE,
State of Florida.

Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, the property described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Hardee
County Courthouse, 417 West Main Street, second
floor hallway outside of Room 202, Wauchula, FL
33873 on the 8 day of DECEMBER, 2010, at 11:00 a.m.

Dated this 26 day of October, 2010.

B. Hugh Bradley
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hardee County, Florida
AD No: 1
By: Alicia C. Albritton, Deputy Clerk
Tax Deed File No.: 252010TD012XXXX 114




NOTICE OF APPLICATION

FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that EQUITY TRUST
COMPANY CUSTODIAN FBO LAURA VANCE IRA, the
holder of the following certificate has filed said cer-
tificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and year of issuance, the description
of the property, and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO.: 604 YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2004

Description of Property:
DESCRIPTION:
LOT 46
HARLEM HEIGHTS
205P257 249P47 366P727 387P225
DC-582P792 (DMM) AFF-591P766
591P767

SUBJECT TO RESERVATIONS, COVENANTS,
RESTRICTIONS, AND EASEMENTS OF RE-
CORD.
Name in which assessed: CHARLES LAMONT
ARMSTRONG

Said property being in the County of HARDEE,
State of Florida.

Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, the property described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Hardee
County Courthouse, 417 West Main Street, second
floor hallway outside of Room 202, Wauchula, FL
33873 on the 8 day of DECEMBER, 2010, at 11:00 a.m.

Dated this 22 day of October, 2010.

B. Hugh Bradley
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hardee County, Florida
AD No: 1
By: Alicia C. Albritton, Deputy Clerk
Tax Deed File No.: 252010TD01 OXXXX
1 4-25C


Name in which assessed: EMMA JEAN ROBINSON

Said property being in the County of HARDEE,
State of Florida.

Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, the property described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Hardee
County Courthouse, 417 West Main Street, second
floor hallway outside of Room 202, Wauchula, FL
33873 on the 8 day of DECEMBER, 2010, at 11:00 a.m.

Dated this 26 day of October, 2010.

B. Hugh Bradley
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hardee County, Florida
AD No: 1
By: Alicia C. Albritton, Deputy Clerk
Tax Deed File No.: 25201OTD011XXXX 11 4-25C


Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, the property described in such certificate
shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Hardee
County Courthouse, 417 West Main Street, second
floor hallway outside of Room 202, Wauchula, FL
33873 on the 8 day of DECEMBER, 2010, at 11:00 a.m.

Dated this 29 day of October, 2010.

B. Hugh Bradley
Clerk of Circuit Court
Hardee County, Florida
AD No: 1
By: Alicia C. Albritton, Deputy Clerk
Tax Deed File No.: 252010TD014XXXX 1 25C




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