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Wednesday
September 5,2012


Frostproof News


Frostproof's Hometown News for more than 85 years


Volume 92 Number 33


USPS NO 211-260


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Frostproof, Polk County Florida 33843


The


PHOTO BY K.M THORNTON SR
Duran Boatwright zeros in on Avon Park quarterback Ryan Dick during high school football action Friday
night. Frostproof posted a season-opening win, holding the host Red Devils to less than 40 yards in total
offense. They did not get a first down until the third quarter. More coverage on pages 12 and 13.



City looks ahead to birthday bash


By BRIAN ACKLEY
NEWS@FROSTPROOFNEWS.NET
So, do you know what you'll be doing in
five years?
Chances are good, at least if you live in
Frostproof, that it will involve a big party
because the city will be turning 100. And
city leaders are already planning ahead.
Mayor Kay Hutzelman noted last week
during a budget review for the city's
2012-13 spending plan that Frostproof will
be 100 in 2017. She and her fellow council
members agreed to starting socking away
$2,000 a year for the next five years in
anticipation of a centennial celebration.
"I would like to put some money in the
budget for events, activities, and really
make this a bang up thing," Hutzelman
said, adding that the money would allow
the.city to put on a "celebration that's
worthy of Frostproof."
City manager T.R. Croley noted that


no tnmoney had been allocated for that
expense in the current 2012-13 budget
proposal. However, that spending plan is
yet to be officially adopted.
"It's just something we as a city should
do," Hulzelman said.
Many localresidents know that
Frostproof almost wasn't Frostproof at
all. As the story is told, city residents had
actually settled on the name Lakemont
given the small municipality's location be-
tween two lakes. Before that Keystone City
was the choice, but it got turned down
by postal authorities because of another
location, Keystone Heights, already in the
state.
However the man entrusted to take the
city's post office application to the proper
authorities, Joe Carson, scratched that
name out, and substituted Frostproof
instead. The area had grown to have a
BASH I5


College partnership


pays off for locals

More than two dozen jobs filled


For 26 employees of The Mosaic
Company. August tnarked a new
beginning in their careers.
The employees graduated from
Polk State Corporate College's
Mosaic Apprenticeship program, a
two-year combination of classroom
studies and on-the-job training that
equips them with advanced skills in
demand at Mosaic.
Mosaic is a Fortune 500 company
that mines phosphate and manufac-
tures fertilizer and feed for livestock;
it is headquartered in Minnesota
and has operations in Polk County,
where it employes approximately
2,000 worker.
"I can't tell you how important it
is that you've taken this step in your
work life and education," said Bo
Davis, senior vice president of phos-
phate operations, during a gradua-
tion luncheon at The Palmetto Club
in Lithia.
Davis added that highly trained
employees such as those graduating
on Friday are key to operating and
maintaining Mosaic's current facili-
ties, as well as mines that may come-
online in the future.
The Mosaic program began in late
2008 after the company approached
Polk State Corporate College with
a dilemma: It did not have enough
highly skilled workers in line to fill
available positions, and the problem
only stood to worsen.
Working together, the college


and Mosaic created an accelerated
apprenticeship program it is two,
years shorter than other programs of
its kind to quickly begin filling the
company's needs. As of Friday, five
classes of apprentices have gradu-
ated from the program: two more
classes just began their studies.
Of the 26 graduates, 18 completed
training to become millwright/
mechanics, and eight trained to
become electrical, instrumentation
and automation Technicians, earn-
ing state and national certifications
along the way.
With their apprenticeships
completed, the employees stand to
earn between $26 and $29 an hour.
said Rick lohnson, training specialist
at Mosaic; at 40 hours a week, their
salary range would be between
$54,000 and $60,000.-
Garry.Talley has worked for
Mosaic for 16 years and was previ-
ously an assistant plant operator.
He completed the apprenticeship
program to become an ElA techni-
cian and he's excited for the
opportunities his future now holds.
"It's an opportunity to advance,"
Talley said. "Before, Ijust oper-
ated the plant, now I can diagnose
problems and make repairs."
Apprenticeship completes earn
31 credit hours that can be applied!
to Polk State's associate degree in
COLLEGE Is


PHOTO PROVIDED
Josh Kelly, left, receives a certificate for completing the Polk State Corporate College
Mosaic Apprenticeship Program from Mosaic training specialist Rick Johnson


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* Friday, Sept. 7
High School Football
The Bulldogs are on the road again for
the second week of the regular season a
they will play at Sebring. Kickoff is 7 p.mr

, Tuesday, Sept. 11
- Open House
Frostproof Elementary will be hosting
its annual open house from 5:30 to 7 p.m

* Thursday, Sept. 13
Third Grade Open House
Ben Hill Griffin Jr. Elementary School
will host its third-grade open house.
The fourth grade event will be Sept. 18
and the fifth-grade event Sept. 20.

* Friday, Sept. 14
High School Football
The Bulldogs will have their 2012 home
opener hosting DeSoto. Kickoff at Faris


Brannen Stadium is.at 7p.m. the Fisheads will be the featured band.


r MSaturday, Sept. 15
s Boosters Fundraiser
. Members of the Frostproof Bulldogs
Booster's Inc invite fans to have a -
"Bulldog Blast" at Club 300, a special
fundraiser to support athletics at
Frostproof Middle Senior High School.
It will be an evening of hors d'oeuvres,
" live music, fireworks and friends, not to
mention a chance to win prizes. Tickets
are $100 each, and only 300 will be sold.
Tickets are good for two adult admissions,
l no minors please. The event will be held
at 586 Sunrise Drive in Babson Park at
the end of Thorburg Road on Crooked
Lake from 7 to 10 p.m. Tickets are on sale
at Roscoes and Frostproof Family Diner.
Tickets can also be ordered by mail at RO.
Box 833, Frostproof FL 33843, and they
will be mailed back to you. Dress will be
casual, and winners do not have to be
present to win. Joe Willy Neckbone and


* Tuesday, Sept. 25
Open House
The Frostproof Middle-Senior High
School will host a special open house
which will run from 6 to 7 p.m.

*Saturday, Sept. 29
Ramon Theater Gala
Make plans now to attend the Ramon
Theater's annual fundraising gala
"Lights ... Camera ... Dancing." Show
starts at 7 p.m. and Polk County Sheriff
Grady Judd will serve as the master of
ceremonies. Contact the theater for
more information at 863-635-7222.

SSaturday Oct. 13
Hospice Fundraiser
The Ramon Theater will host a special
fundraiser for Cornerstone Hospice, a Mad
Hatter Tea Party Luncheon. The event will


run from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.Wear your
funniest, wackiest or prettiest decorated
hat; prizes will be awarded. Tickets are $15
per person. Contact the Ramon for more
information or tickets, 635-7222.

* Friday, Oct. 26
Halloween Murder Mystery
The Ramon will host "Clued In To
Murder" in a special Halloween-themed
murder mystery dinner theater event.
Prizes will be given out to the best cos-
tumes, which are optional. Cost is $30
per person which includes dinner. Call
the Ramon for 635-7222 for tickets, or go.
online to www.ramontheater.com.

SSaturday, Nov. 10
* Craft Show
First United Methodist Church of
Frostproof is holding a craft show Nov.
10. Tables may be rented at $5 each and
the event is open to the public. For more
information, call 635-3107.


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We will continue editorial board interviews


We have received a few phone calls asking us if our
newspapers plan on continuing our practice of rec-
ommending candidates in local and state elections.
The questions are coming because the chain of
newspapers formerly owned by The New York Times
recently announced that it would no longer hold edi-
torial board interviews with candidates and would no
longer recommend candidates. The Lakeland Ledger
is part of that group.
We intend to continue the practice of recommend-
ing candidates. We intend to do so because we think
it serves our readers and helps make our communi-
ties a better place to live.
We don't believe that our editors and managers
are any smarter than the average Polk County voter.
We do, however, think that we spend a lot more time
thinking about, talking about and writing about local
politics than the average voter. We do that because we
think that's why we are here. We are, in essence, paid
by our readers to report the news but also provide
opinions about the news.
A community newspaper that truly cares about the


Our Viewpoint
community that it serves does much more than just
show up and cover meetings or events. We should do
more than just ask politicians what they think about
issues and then reprint their answers.
We are not merely stenographers, but we also are
charged with adding context to events and helping
our readers understand the issues in a campaign and
the people running for office.
Our reporters and editors strive to be well-versed in
those issues and we try to get to know the people who
are seeking public office.
We do not think we are necessarily smarter than
our readers, we just think we go to more candidate
forums and conduct more in-depth interviews than
the average reader. It's a question of access, not
intelligence that sets the newspaper apart from its
readers.
We could just hand candidates questionnaires
about local issues and then print their answers in the


paper. But we think you expect us to do much more
than that.
You could make an argument that in the ages of 24-
hour news cycles and constant Internet news report-
ing that the need for newspaper recommendations is
an outdated concept.
The reality is, we believe, just the opposite.
When the world is full of so much information
hurled in your direction from blogs, talk radio,
TV news and political websites, your community
newspaper's editors-should be counted on to distill
that information and put some of it into context and
provide you with opinions that you can agree with or
discard.
Our candidate recommendations are not endorse-
ments. The men and women we recommend are not
our candidates. We do not endorse their candidacies
or their actions in the campaign or in office.
We are proud to carry on the newspaper tradition
of interviewing candidates and offering our opinion
afterward and think the practice has never been more
relevant or needed.


The Polarization of Prayer


In his excellent new book, "Bad
Religion: How We Became a Nation of
Heretics," Ross Douthat describes how
the heresy of nationalism idolizing
the nation has rendered American
religious groups captive to partisan
politics.
"If you don't want to vote for George
W. Bush because of the Iraq War
then you're playing into the hands of
Christianity's left-wing enemies. If you
can't vote for Barack Obama because of
abortion, then you're an accomplice to
the shredding of the Constitution. You
simply cannot be a social democrat and
an orthodox Catholic, or a conservative
Christian who's also genuinely antiwar,"
he writes.
This polarization became evident
again when the Catholic Archbishop
of New York, Timothy Dolan, agreed
to give the concluding benediction at
the Republican National Convention
in Tampa. On the left, Sarah Posner
blogged at Salon.com that the U.S.
Conference of Catholic Bishops, of
which Dolan is president, "has unequiv-
ocally attached itself at the hip to the
Republican Party." Republicans, trying
to fan anti-Democratic flames among
Catholics, were gleeful that such an
outspoken Catholic leader would make
an appearance.
Two problems became apparent with
the complaints on the left and the re-
joicing on the right. One was that Dolan
proved to be an equal-opportunity man
of prayer. No sooner had he agreed to
pray at the Republican Convention than
it was announced that he would pray at
the Democratic National Convention in
Charlotte this week. Dolan will have the
f, distinction of being the only person to
immediately follow each party's nomi-
nee Mitt Romney and Barack Obama
after their acceptance speeches.


Cary McMullen

FmAwftg


The second problemiwas that no-
body had yet heard Dolan's prayer. It
was a model of civil religion, quoting
the Declaration of Independence and
'America the Beautiful" more than the
Bible.
Here's part of what he said: "(W)e ask
your guidance for those who govern
us, and on those who would govern us:
the president, and vice-president, the
Congress, the Supreme Court, and on
all those who seek to serve the common
good by seeking public office, especially
Governor Romney and Congressman
Ryan. Make them all worthy to serve
you by serving our country."
That's a noble sentiment that
neatly managed to pray for Obama and
Romney in one sentence. It's true that
Dolan made brief references to two
issues more aligned with Republicans
- abortion and religious freedom but
he also twice asked blessings for im-
migrants, an issue more favorable to
Democrats.
In short,, Dolan pulled off what
Catholics have been doing for centu-
ries now, and which politically active
conservative Protestants have not yet
gotten the hang of. He spoke of truths
that transcend the politics of the mo-
ment, which both sides need to hear.
To be sure, Dolan is not completely

MCMULLENI 5


Complete the following sentences, if
your personal values permit you to do
so:
All black people are (descriptive
word).
All women are (descriptive word).
All Jews are (descriptive word).
All Hispanics are (descriptive word).
All homosexuals are (descriptive
word).
Hopefully you were unable to find a
single word to describe every member
of each group, or better yet, you refused
to be drawn into bigotry based on race,
gender, religion, national origin, or
sexual orientation.
Welcome to the 21st century. It's a
neat place to be, especially when it
comes to respect for everyone.
Well, almost everyone.


S.L. Frisbie




S.L Frisbie can be contacted at
slfrisbie@polkcountydemocrat.com


Politics, I submit, is the last refuge of
bigotry.
Candidates, and indeed, entire
political parties, are painted with the
brush of bigotry, and we seem willing
to deem this to be acceptable behavior,
especially when "our side" is wielding
FRISBIEI5


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Jim Gouvellis Publisher
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Water lilies seem too big to be true


Two rare Victoria water lilies
(Victoria "Longwood Hybrid") have
grown to an unusually large size at
Bok Tower Gardens this summer.
Grown in the Reflection Pool near
the Singing Tower, each plant has 20
or more lily pads that are five feet in
diameter. The pads are big enough
to support the weight of a child. The
water lily flowers are 12 inches wide
and bloom for only two nights before
disappearing under the water. The
first night's bloom is pure white and
the second night's bloom is bright
pink. The blooms are only open at
night or in the morning. Visitors are
encouraged to arrive to the Gardens,


before 9:30 am. to see the blooms.
"We have been quite surprised
at the size and number of pads
from this year's Victoria water
lily planting," says David Price,
president of Bok Tower Gardens.
"Many are caught off guard when
they first see these plants in our
Reflection Pool, often asking our
gardeners if the pads are real or if
they are plastic. People aren't used
to seeing plants that grow this
large and they are surprised when
we tell them they are grown from
a seed the size of a pea."
The lilies are grown in a hot tub
in the Gardens' greenhouse facilities


until the pond water reaches 70 de-
grees, at which time they are planted
out into 100 gallon pots. This year's
mild winter allowed us to set out
the Victoria water lilies early, giving
them a head start. The young plants
have one-foot-wide leaves when
planted in the pond, but grow very
quickly when fed a high nitrogen
diet. In 60 days the plants grew from
covering one square foot to covering
over 1,500 square feet. The Victoria
lilies will grow until cooler fall
temperatures arrive in November.
Visit www.boktowergardens.
org or call 863-676-1408 for more
information.


COLLEGE

FROM PAGE 1
Engineering Technology
- which Josh Kelley can't
wait to earn.
Kelley, 22, a resident of
Lakeland, is taking two
classes at a time work-
ing around his job at
Mosaic and hopes to
graduate next summer.
"Hopefully that will
help me move up in the
company," he said.
Polk State Corporate
College Director Rob
Clancey said that no
matter howfar they choose
to take their education,
the graduates have already
established themselves as
among Mosaic's and the
manufacturing industry's
best.
He cited a recent
National Association of
Manufacturers study that



BASH

FROM PAGE 1

reputation for its citrus
.groves to not suffer as
much damage in cold
weather as other parts of
the state, including one
of the most devastating
.freezes in 1894 and 1895.


showed American manu-
facturing companies can't
fill as many as 600,000
positions because of a lack
of skilled laborers labor-
ers such as those who
graduated in August.
"You are an elite group,"
he said.
Dawn Griffin, co-
ordinator of the Polk
State Corporate College
Advanced Manufacturing
Institute, agreed.
"You are prepared to be
the best of the best," she
said.
Polk State Corporate
College was established
in 2002 and is located
at Polk State's Airside
Center in Lakeland.
Each year it trains nearly
12,000 members of the
Polk County workforce,
equipping them with
certifications and updated
skills in fields as diverse as
insurance and advanced
manufacturing.


The city is for the
fourth straight year
planning on holding its
millage rate at 7.8029.
A public hearing on
the budget proposal will
be held next Monday at
5:30 p.m. in city hall.
A second public hear-
ing and adoption will be
Sept. 24, also at a special
meeting time of 5:30 p.m.


FRISBIE
FROM PAGE 4

the brush.
Let's consider some examples.

"There is no such thing as a 'compas-
sionate conservative.'"
Say what? There are millions of
Americans who espouse the conserva-
tive point of view, just as there are,
millions who embrace the liberal
philosophy. To ascribe one negative
characteristic -lack of compassion
-to all of them i's bigotry, pure and
simple.
To test that theory, substitute one of
the groups in the first few sentences for
"conservatives" and see how you would


react to such a declaration. Would
you say that there is no such thing as
a compassionate black, woman, Jew,
Hispanic, or homosexual?
Of course not .. but that's different,
right?
Different in what way?

"Rich people don't pay taxes."
This blatant appeal to class warfare
cuts both ways. There are rich people
in both parties. And they pay taxes.
.If you buy into this myth, apply this
test: Approach the "rich person" of .
your choice and say, "I know you don't
pay taxes, and to prove it, for the next
year, beginning today, I will pay all
your taxes (if any) if you will pay all my
taxes."
Lots of luck, compare. See you on
April 15.


One anti-Romney commercial pur-
ported to blame Romney for the death
of a woman who died after a Bain.
Capital business closed, which ended
her health insurance:
One of my most liberal friends, when
I told him years ago that I embrace
the concept of universal medical care
(which I think makes me a compas-
sionate conservative) replied, "We
already have it. There are plenty of
programs for the uninsured. All you
have to do is find out where to go."
Countless anti-Obama emails ac-
cuse the president of being intent on
destroying America. Politicians seek
public office for a variety of reasons
- some noble, some less than noble -
but destroying a city, state, or nation is
not among them.


Would you raise your child to em-
brace bigotry toward any group based
on race, gender, religion, national .
origin, or sexual orientation? Probably
not.
Would you raise your children to em-
brace bigotry toward any group based
on party affiliation, household income,
or political philosophy?
Bigotry is bigotry.
Political bigotry may be the last
frontier.
(S. L. Frisbie is retired. He was a Boy
Scout in his youth, requiring him to
be trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly,
courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful,
thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent. He
resurrected all 12 without going to the
Internet. To this day he remains thrifty.
And, for extra credit, compassionate.)


MCMULLEN
FROM PAGE 4

above suspicion of partisanship.
The Conference of Catholic Bishops'
fight with the Obama Administration


about contraceptive provisions in the
Affordable Care Act under the guise of
"religious liberty" seems disingenuous.
And abortion remains the issue without
parallel or compromise for Catholic
leaders.
Still, as Douthat says, "One need not
agree with the exact balance they've


struck to admire the consistency with
which the Catholic bishops have defied
easy partisan categorization over the
years ... "He is correct that what we
need is faith that addresses the work of
governing, without being partisan.
Republicans and Democrats who
seek to use Dolan for their own ends


will be disappointed, and that is an
entirely good thing.

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writer who lives in Lakeland. He can
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By STEVE STEINER
NEWS@FROSTPROOFNEWS.NET
The mood of the several hundred
people lined up waiting for the buses to
take them to the Lakeland-Linder Airport
terminal was upbeat They were there to
see and hear Republican Party presi-
dential and vice-presidential nominees
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan kickoff their
initial campaign since formally winning
the GOP delegates endorsements the
night before at the Republican National
Committee convention in Tampa.
The mood was such that before a word
was ever to be spoken by Romney or
Ryan, or for that matter politicians who
preceded them Adam Putnam, Kelli
Stargell, Dennis Ross, Connie Mack and
Pam Bondi it was going to be a suc-
cess, the crowd was that pre-disposed.
"He nailed it, his speech at the
convention," said Chris Harris. "It was
incredible." Harris, the communica-
tions chairman for the Polk County
Republican Committee was directing
traffic into the parking lot at the south
end of the airport.
At another end of the parking lot stood
Vivian Birchfield, of Lake Wales. Along
with her husband, Larry, the two had
volunteered and were lining up people to
board the buses that would take them to
the rally destination. They were in good
spirits.
"Been here since six this morning.
Had to get up at four, after watching the
convention." She and her husband, she
said, had tickets for last Monday's events.
"But they were canceled because of the
storm, so this is our consolation prize
instead." She and her husband laughed
at their own joke.
Those waiting in line were in equally
good spirits, as well as equally positive
about the speeches given throughout
Thursday night in Tampa.
"Rubio gave a great speech, and I'm
not a Rubio fan," said William Roll to a
co-worker he was speaking to on the
cellphone. Roll, of Lakeland, works for
the Tindale-Oliver & Associates office
in Tampa (it has a Bartow branch). "I've,
been an RNC refugee this week."
While the majority of people boarding
buses admitted to being from Lakeland,
there were those from other counties,
and some from out of state. Mike and
Lucy Sullivan, accompanied by family
friend Agatha Cayia had traveled from
Ocala. Lucy, a semi-professional pho-
tographer, had brought photos she had
taken of Romney and Ryan she hoped
would be autographed.
Jane Morton and Colby Simon had
traveled from Kansas City, Kansas
hawking buttons and T-shirts they had
created. The T-shirts bore the message,
"Give 44 the door."
The rally got under way shortly
past 9:15 a.m. Following the Pledge of
Allegiance and singing of the National
Anthem, Stargell took to the stage. She
and the other office holders and office


Bartow's Adam Putnam, Florida Agriculture
Commissioner, was one of several politicians to
speak prior to the appearance of GOP nominees
Mitt.Romney and Paul Ryan.
seekers emphasized the same theme,
take back America. Part of that included
how important a role Florida would play
in this year's presidential race, as well as
House and Senate races, to give Romney
the najority he would need.
Ross focused much of his time on
stage paying tribute to those attending
who had served in America's military.
"I want Romney and Ryan to remem-
ber the faces of the veterans," Ross would
say at one point. He summarized by
evoking the memory of Ronald Reagan.
."Let's put the shine,back to the "City on
the Hill."
Last to speak was Agriculture
Commissioner Adam Putnam who
evoked some "hometown pride." .
"We have to do everything to de-
liver Florida," he said and added that
Lakeland and Polk County were the
fulcrum.
"We have our work cut out for us. We
will delivery"
Following Adam Puitnam's presenta-
tion, a musical interlude of nearly 30
minutes took place before a bus bearing
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By JEFF ROSLOW
IRoCS'LOW @ POLKCOUNTYDEMOCRAT.COM
On Sept. 18, the 13-year wait will
officially be over as a-sign will be placed
outside the original courthouse now
the county's history museum to let
people know what that building is. And,
it won't be quick thing either. There's a
party planned around it and the timing
is such that the building's new name
can be displayed.
The building was renamed the Polk
County History Center in June.
"We're excited about this," said
Myrtice Young, the history center's
historic preservation manager. "The
timing is perfect. It's a great time with
the rebranding of the museum."
At 5 p.m. on that Tuesday afternoon,
the sign, that has been inside the
.museum since it was built in 1999, will
be displayed outside the museum for
the first time and following that in the
1926 Historic Courtroom there will be
ceremony marking the sign and the
history center also plans to dedicate
the Polk-Proud mural created for Polk's
Sesquicentennial from last year.
Among the people speaking at the dedi-
cation will be the Polk County Historical
Commission Chairman Lloyd Harris.
"I'm extremely happy and people
will know where history comes alive,"
Harris said. "This is one of the best kept
secrets in the county and people will
now know where to find us."
The center collects, preserves and
documents items of Polk County's
history and heritage and they are
presented to the public through exhibi-
tions and educational activities. It also
contains a genealogical library. And
while attendance and knowledge of the
center has been little known in the past
it has been growing lately.
"The museum has quite a pulse,"
Young said. "We're getting a lot of daily
visitors. The museum is vibrant."
The idea behind the museum and what


it contains is important for the people
who live in town to know and it should be
to those who are really just traveling and
wind up or come to Polk County.
"If you don't know where we've been,
you can't know where we're going and
why we're doing this," said Polk County
Sheriff Grady Judd, who is scheduled
to give the pledge and prayer at the
ceremony on Sept. 18. "The leaders
have to have a grip on the past in order
to plot the future of the city, county
state or nation."
He said he is not only a big fan of
the history center here, but he makes
it a point to learn about the history of
towns he visits when he travels.
"When I go on vacation I like to learn
about other parts to the country," he
said. "When I get those communities,
I want to know what they're about and
why people live there."
He said one thing he found interest-
ing in the history center is one item
.where learned how things can stay the
same though they could have hap-
pened 100 years from each other.
"People didn't think we had to build
a new courthouse," he said refer-
ring to the current courthouse on
Broadway in Bartow. "I read a story
when they first settled Polk County
they wanted to build a courthouse and
even then people said we didn't need
a courthouse. They said we can use
the church, it's only used on Sunday.
I found some humor in that you fast
forward 150 years and people still don't
want it. You'd think we're wiser today,
and we really are the same."
Placing the sign is a big deal, said
Polk County Commission Chairman
Sam Johnson. "I think so many people
don't realize there's a museum in
there," he said. "This gives us a great
opportunity to rename the thing and
get it out to the public. It is a great asset
they can really enjoy and by naming
it. It brings a new identity and aware-
ness to the folks that there's a museum


PHOTO PROVIDED
This is what the museum sign will look like when it is posted outside the Polk County History
Center. This rendering was in the Historic Architectural Review Board agenda.


center located there."
That's what Lloyd thinks as well.
"Nothing on the outside points
people in there," he said. "It is an old
courthouse and that's how it looks."
The sign, which is 14 feet tall and
eight feet wide, has been inside the
history center since 1999 as it violated
Bartow's sign ordinance. After Young and
Bartow's Planning Director Bob Wiegers
worked for months, the sign ordinance
was changed and on Sept 18 with all


the lights properly installed and wired it
will be put on the northwest part of the
property facing drivers on Broadway.
That change to the city's sign or-
dinance was the first part changed
in an overall change to the city's sign.
ordinance. That was OK'd by the city's
Historic Architectural Review Board
in early June. The City Commission
followed with a vote to change the
ordinance and allow that sign to be
displayed.


COUNTY BUDGET PUBLIC
HEARING THURSDAY
On Thursday people can have their input on Polk County's
51.3 billion budget.
The public hearing is scheduled for 6 p.m.
A public hearing at 6 p.m. is set in the county commission cham-
bers in the Neil Combee Administration Building, 330 W. Church St.,
Bartow. This is the first of two public hearings. The second is set for
Sept. 13. The budget has to be finalized by Oct. 1.
For Polk residents in cities, the county property tax rate is
proposed to be $6.87 per $1,000 of taxable value. For those in
incorporated Polk, the proposed tax rate is $7.50 per $1,000 of
taxable value. That means a person living in a'house appraised at
$200,000 who gets a $50,000 homestead expemption, the county
property tax bill would be $686 for those in cities and $748 for those
in incorporated areas.
The proposed budget is about $20 million and the property tax
roll is about 5 percent less than last year.

FIRST RESPONDERS TO BE HONORED
Remembering the Day The Polk County Veteran's Council along with
all Polk County Fire and Law Enforcement agencies are coordinating
an event marking the 11th anniversary of 9-11 that honors all Polk
County's first responders and pays tribute to them.
Honoring Our Heroes Remembering the Day is scheduled
Saturday, Sept. 8 at Central Park in Downtown Winter Haven. The
event begins at 6 p.m. and features the Fourth Annual Freedom Walk


to honor all Military, Law Enforcement, Fire Fighters and EMS heroes,
followed by a moving service that pays tribute to all heroes who call
Polk County home.
"This event is a way to pull all of Polk County together and show our
local heroes how much they mean to us," said Gary Clark of The Polk
county Veteran's Council. "As a community, we should pay tribute to all
of those who serve us on a daily basis, putting their lives on the line
whether here at home or abroad.'
For information, contact the Winter Haven Police Department at
863-295-5905.

MOSQUITO SPRAYING THIS WEEK
The Mosquito Control Section has stepped up its effort to fight them
this summer and will be aerial spraying in the following areas this
week:
Wednesday: Bartow, Skyview, K-Ville, Rock Ridge, Bradley
Thursday: Four Corner, Interstate 4 and U.S. 27, Green Swamp,
Auburndale
Mosquitoes are generally most active at dusk and dawn; however
the floodwater mosquitoes can bite during daylight hours.
The best protection from mosquito-transmitted .diseases is avoiding
exposure to infected mosquitoes. If you must be outside, wear shoes,
socks, long pants and long sleeves when outdoors. Apply mosquito
repellent to bare skin and clothing. Always use repellents according to
the label. Repellents with DEET, picaridin, oil of lemon, eucalyptus, and
IR3535 are effective.
Polk County residents experiencing mosquito annoyance should call
863-534-7377 ext. 237 from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday.


DANTLZER NAMED REALTOR OF THE YEAR
Todd Dantzler, CCIM, managing partner of Coldwell Banker
Commercial Saunders Ralston Dantzler Realty, was recently recognized
as the 2012 Florida Realtor of the Year.
Dantzler, past president of the Florida Realtors in 2000, received the
award at the 2012 Florida Realtors annual convention in Orlando.
The recognition marks contributions within the industry and to his
local Realtor board, community, state association, and the National
Association of Realtors.
Dantzler specializes in commercial properties, investment proper-
ties, and commercial leasing. He has been active in east Polk County
real estate for more than 28 years.
Dantzler is a current member of the board of directors, past treasurer,
and past chairman of the Legislative Committee and Affordable Housing
Task Force of the Florida Realtors. He is a past president of the East Polk
County Association of Realtors and in 2000, he was elected president of the
Florida Realtors -the youngest president in the history of Florida Realtors.
In 2010, he was elected to the Polk County Board of County Commissioners.

TERRELL SELECTED TO LAKELAND CAC
On Monday Aug. 6 Dale Terrell was selected to chair the City of
Lakeland Citizens Advisory Committee.
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he leads. Terrell also believes that leadership is not about having
authority, but to make a positive difference in the community in addi-
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Bus ridership


projected to set record


By BILL ROGERS
NEWS @FROSTPROOFNEWS.NET
It's a telling statistic in support of.
public transportation.
A total of 49 percent of those who ride
the county's buses do so to get to work
and back, according to Paul Simmons,
manager of the Polk County Transit
System. -.
Officials are projecting more than '
600,000 riders during 2011-12, which
continues through Sept. 30. It would
be the highest ridership since Winter
Haven Area Transit began operating in
1999. There is one bus route that services
Frostproof several times a day.
That would be a large increase from
2010-11 when 477,305 people rode
the bus. There were 410,058 riders in
2008-09 when some routes were cut. In
2007-08, there were 589,747 riders.
The transit system is funded by
a combination of federal and state
grants and money from the local PHOTO BY STEVE STEINER
municipalities.
There are two routes that serve Bus driver Raditha Craft transports passengers
Lake Wales .with one going from Eagle as she steers her vehicle up U.S. Highway 17
Ridge Mall to downtown Winter Haven from Bartow to the bus terminal in Winter
and another from the mall to Winter Haven.
Haven with several stops in between "It is their mode of transportation,"
that Frostproof riders can connect to. Simmons said.
Buses operate from 6:15 a.m.- 7:15 p.m. A 10-year forecast has been estab-
Monday through Friday and eight hours lished in the Polk Consolidated Transit
on Saturday. Development Plan that Simmons said
A 30-passenger bus is used on the is updated every year. Elements of the
Winter Haven-Eagle Ridge route and plan include service to every municipal-
smaller buses handle the rural route. ity in Polk, more express route service
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- Bulldogs dominate Avon Park to win season opener


Defense doesn't give up a first down until the


third quarter


By BRIAN ACKLEY
NEWS@FROSTPROOFNEWS.NET
Two years ago, Frostproof's Price Harris
made his local coaching debut in Avon
Park, and it was a memorable occasion as
his Bulldogs rolled to a 33-6 win.
Friday night, Avon Park's Lee Brown
made his coaching debut for the Red
Devils, an occasion he would just as
soon forget.
The Bulldogs dominated their
southern U.S. 27 rivals in the high
school football season opener for both
teams, rolling to a 27-0 win. It was a
non-district game for both teams, and
in truth, score could have been even
more lopsided than it was.
There was no scoring in the third
quarter, but it ended with Frostproof
knocking on the door for its fourth
TD of the night. Kaleel Gaines ran for
12 and Kijana Gaines made a circus
catch at the Avon Park 13 on a 32-yard
pass play to set up a score early in the
fourth.
Frostproof made it tougher on them-
selves with back-to-back false start
penalties., Reggie Allen then got nine
yards of that back, and Xavier Gaines
added the final two yards to put the
Bulldogs up 27-0 with 8:40 to play.
One of Avon Park's two mild threats
of the night came mid-way through
the fourth quarter when they drove to
the Frostproof 35 before the drive was
stopped on a Kaleel Gaines intercep-
tion. The other came midway through
the third quarter when a punt was
fumbled and the Red Devils recovered
at the Frostproof 33. However, after a
short completion, the Bulldog defense
forced three straight incompletions to
get the ball back.
The first half was all Frostproof.
Neither team was able to score in
the first quarter, which the Bulldogs
dominated. In fact, Avon Park ran
only two offensive plays, and one of
those was a fumble which Frostproof


recovered in Red Devil territory. That
set up the Bulldogs on their second
possession of the night, which they
cashed in driving 28 yards in four plays.
Frostproof looked liked they had given
up possession of the ball, but a rough-
ing the kicker penalty kept the Avon
Park defense on the sidelines.
Kaleel Gaines ran for seven, and then
Xavier Gaines found Reggie Allen on a
22 yard pass play to set up a first and
goal at the four. On the next play, Kaleel
Gaines went around left end untouched
for the first points of the season. The
PAT kick with 11:41 to play in the
second quarter made it 7-0 Frostproof.
The Bulldogs defense forced a three and
out on the next series, and Kaleel Gaines
returned a short punt to the Red Devil 17
to set up Frostproof's second score.
Daniel Knighten carried three of the
drive's five plays, which was capped
with a one-yard TD plunge by Xavier
Gaines. The PAT kick was wide left,
however, leaving the Bulldogs with
a-13-0 lead with 6:42 to go before
intermission. Less than a minute later,
Frostproof added another two points
when an Avon Park snap went over the
quarterback's head and past the end
line of the end zone for 15-0 Bulldog
lead with 6:05 left before the half.
The Bulldogs stretched it to 21-0
in the final minute as Xavier Gaines,
a freshman, lofted a picture-perfect
spiral to Allen from 32 yards out with 19
seconds to go in the second quarter.
Avon Park only ran 15 plays in the
first half, and unofficially netted a
minus seven yards. They did not get a
first down until the third quarter, and
their first one came via penalty.
Last season in week one, although
Frostproof dominated statistically,
the Red Devils pulled out a 7-6 win
at Faris Brannen Stadium. The two
teams were headed in opposite direc-
tions a week ago in their respective
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Coach Price Harris goes over a play with quarterback
Xavier Gaines.


When he wasn't chewing up yards on the ground, Gaines
was a target as a receiver as well, going up to battle with
this Red Devil defender.


Marcus Bobb looks for running room with the game well in hand midway through the final quarter.


The Frostproof cheerleaders had a good workout
Friday, celebrating the 27 points their team put on the
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U.S. 27 industrial park lands light manufacturer


Development officials predict up to


60 jobs in next 3 years


By BILL ROGERS
NEWS @FROSTPROOFNEWS.NET
Doug Bacon says there are trillions
of dollars that's with 12 zeroes -
in lighting.
Bacon is the CEO/president of
Reneu Energy, a Canadian company
that.manufactures LED street lights.
The company is expanding and is
planning to set up shop this fall at
Longleaf Business Park off U.S. 27.
Before making a presentation
last week to the Lake Wales City
Commission,-Bacon talked about
how he came to Polk County.
He said he had no intention of
coming to the United States, but
was especially impressed with the
forward thinking people he met in
Florida who talked with him about
the huge potential for his business.
"As long as things prove themselves
out, there is no limit to where it can
.go," Bacon said.
"Today lighting is trillions of dol-
lars being transferred between here
and China in lighting products."
He was told that the trend is to go
Asia.
"We got into the conversation in
Florida and the thought process was
totally different," he said. "It wasn't
go to China. 'Why don't you do it
here?'."
It was going to be a big step for
Bacon, whose background is in
construction.
"Usually when you start talking
that depth people have a tendency
to back up because they look at you:


- where is your
ring? Are you an "
engineer? Are 4.
you a doctor? .--
Are you a scien-
tist? No, I'm an
electrician,'" he
said.
An export ex-
ecutive in Miami
suggested Bacon
visit Polk and he
did. When he ar- Reneu Energy will be
rived, Bacon met making LED street
Mark McDuff, lights like the one in
senior business Lake Wales shown
development above.
manager for the Central Florida
Development Council.
"Mark was just a prince of a guy to
talk to," Bacon said.
"I was a little taken back because
I really wasn't expecting that. Just
a very pleasant man and (we) just
talked.
"He must have talked the right
things because he had my interest,"
Bacon said.
They looked around and McDuff
introduced Bacon to Harold Gallup,
economic development director for
Lake Wales.
"Between the two of them taking
me around, then they brought me to
the development (Longleaf),;"
he said.
"I drove around, looked at the
buildings, drove around and even
went to a couple of restaurants,"
Bacon added. "I liked it. I started
asking questions and these two


PHOTOS BY BILL ROGERS
L-R Doug Bacon,CEO/president of Reneu Energy; Harold Gallup, economic development director
for Lake Wales; Longleaf Business Park developer Joseph Miranda and Mark McDuff, senior busi-
ness development manager for the Central Florida Development Council get together after last
week's Lake Wales City Commission meeting.


(McDuff and Gallup) were quite
informative."
The company is expected to pro-
vide 63 jobs over a three-year period.
The average annual salary is a little
over $40,000, according to Gallup,
who said some jobs will have a lower
wage and some will be higher.
Longleaf developer Joseph
Miranda, president of Joseph E
Miranda Inc. Developers andGeneral


Contractors, provided some incen-
tives for the deal.
Reneu will initially be producing
the street lights in a 25,000 square-
foot space and eventually use 50,000
square feet at Longleaf.
"We built the fixture to the future,
not to the past," he said. "So it is
a completely new creation. We
have a design patent registered in
Washington."


Art League planning downtown art walks


The ever active FrostproofArt League is
at it again, this time with plans for a fun
and unique monthly downtown event.
Starting in October, the League will
sponsor a downtown "Art Walk" on the
first Friday of each month. The event
will happen each month through April,
organizers said.
The idea for the art walk came from
league member Jenny Grenke who
solicited the help of another League
member, Martha Neher, who is assisting
in lining up artists for the event.
"Because we are small, people just
drive through without stopping, but


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between two lakes and we wanted to
promote more interest in the city,"
Neher noted. "We have many talented
artists in the area."
Organizers indicated they are looking at
showcasing fine art as well as crafts, fabric
art and jewelry. The shows will start at
5:30 p.m. and run until 8 p.m. All artisans
and crafters are welcome. Any item of-
fered for sale must be made by the person
offering it for sale, organizers added.
For those interested, contact
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By JIM SAUNDERS
NEWS SERVICE FLORIDA
TALLHASSEE Benefiting from
low natural-gas prices, two Florida
utilities said Friday their custom-
ers likely will see cheaper monthly
electric bills in 2013.
Progress Energy Florida, which
provides electric service to the
greater Frostproof area, and Tampa
Electric Co. announced the savings.
after making a series of filings with
the state Public Service Commission.
Those annual filings detail projec-
tions for a variety of expenses that
show up in customers' bills, such
as buying fuel for power plants
and complying with environmental
regulations.
Progress said its residential
customers who use 1,000 kilowatt
hours of electricity a month would
see their bills go from the current
$123.19 to $115.75, as of January.
That's a reduction of about six
percent, Similar Tampa Electric
customers would see their monthly
bills drop from $106.90 to $102.58.
Utilities commonly use 1,000-kilo-
watt hour residential bills as a
benchmark, though electricity con-
sumption varies widely. The Public
Service Commission will review the
filings and sign off on final numbers
this fall.
Progress, Tampa Electric and other


utilities are enjoying relatively low
natural-gas prices, which enables
them to pass along fuel cost savings
to customers. Fuel costs and base
electric rates, which pay for many of
the day-to-day operations of utilities
and include profits, are the largest
parts of customers' electric bills.
Tampa Electric, for example, said
fuel costs make up about 40 percent
of its customers' bills. Utilities are
required to pass along those fuel
costs and not profit from them.
The reduction would include a
$129 million refund to customers the
commission already has approved
for 2013 as part of a prior rate settle-
ment with the utility.
It purchases power from other
sources to cover shortfalls including
those resulting from the extended
.shutdown of a nuclear reactor in
Crystal River.
Progress, a subsidiary of Nprth
Carolina-based Duke Energy, serves
1.6 million homes, businesses and
other customers in central and north
Florida.
"Progress Energy Florida is work--
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electric costs as low as possible for
the more than 1.6 million house-
holds and businesses that depend on
us," Vincent Dolan, the company's
state president, said in a prepared
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Road work continues all over the area


The contractor will also be
performing paving operations on
U.S. 98 from Lyle Parkway north to
County Road 540A between 8 p.m.
and 6 a.m.
These activities will require inter-
mittent, temporary lane closures on
both northbound and southbound
lanes on US 98. Weather permitting,
this work is anticipated for approxi-
mately two weeks.
-With the weather permitting,
one lane of southbound Broadway
between Manor Drive and Van Fleet
Drive will be closed intermittently
from 9 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. for a traffic
shift.
One lane of westbound Van Fleet
from Wilson Avenue to U.S. 98 and
one lane of U.S. 98 in both direc-
tions due north of Van Fleet will be
closed intermittently after 9 p.m.
on Friday, Sept. 7 and Saturday
and Sunday for a concrete paving
operation.
Access through the intersection
will be maintained while the traffic -
shift and concrete paving are under
way.
No other lane closures are sched-
uled this week.
Work on new travel lanes, turn
lanes, curbs, sidewalks and drainage
continues behind barrier walls along
northbound U.S. 98 from Van Fleet
to south of Manor Drive, and along
westbound Van Fleet from Walmart
Drive to U.S. 98.
With the Van Fleet entrance to
Fort Fraser Trail closed, people
should access the trail at the Wilson
Avenue entrance.


Access to businesses in the work
zone is being maintained.
For information, visit www.
IdriveUS98.com.
A portion of the inside eastbound
lane on State Road 60 will remain
closed during construction of the
CSX railroad crossing. On State Road
60 from east of the Peace Creek
easterly to U.S. 27.
All eastbound traffic from ap-
proximatelyl,600 feet west of the
CSX railroad crossing will be shifted
to the inside westbound lane.
Eastbound traffic will then shift
back to the eastbound lanes ap-
proximately 1,600 feet east of the
CSX railroad crossing.
Weather permitting, this tempo-
rary traffic configuration is expected
to last approximately three weeks.
In addition, the contractor will
continue working at the intersection
of State Road 60 and the Midland
Railroad crossing. This work may
require intermittent lane closures
and is anticipated to last one week,
FDOT reports.
The contractor will continue to
maintain erosion control through-
out the project corridor.
On Tuesday a new signalization
along the project corridor on State
Road 60 from east of Alan Loop
Road easterly to west of Peace Creek
was put in. In addition, the contrac-
tor will be installing new drainage
on State Road 60 at Old Bartow
Road.
There may be intermittent
lane closures during these ac-
tivities. Motorists may experience


PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW
A new right turn lane has been put on Van Fleet Drive at Broadway while construction is going on
there.


temporary delays and are advised
to use caution and watch for con-
struction workers in the construc-
tion zone.
"With weather permitting, these
activities are anticipated to be in
effect for two weeks.
Intermittent lane closures will oc-
cur on U.S. 17 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
and 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. of the inside
northbound lane and alternating
between the inside and outside
southbound lanes.
This is due to the construction a
new roadway, the Bartow Northern
Connector, from U.S. 98 to U.S. 17.


The improvements on US 17 include
right and left turn lane construction
and installation of a signal.
Lane closures may occur from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to
6 a.m. on State Road 540 from
west of Thornhill Road to east of
Thornhill Road Crews will be onsite
to grade for and place new sod and
complete punch list items.
There will be intermittent left and
right westbound lane closures from
Wednesday, Sept. 5 through Friday,
Sept. 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m:for
bridge maintenance on State Road 60
over the Peace River east of U.S. 17.


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Lake Wales high school graduate
Maikon Bonani became the all-time
leading scorer in University of South
Florida football history Saturday. His
third extra point in USF's win over
Tennessee-Chattanooga gave him 247
points, one more than kicker Santiago
Gramatica. The former Highlander also
holds the school record for longest
field goal (51 yards) most PAT kicks
made in one game (10) and highest
field goal percentage for a season.
AP PHOTO


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Saturday, Oct. 13 8 am 10am
Kiwanis Park in Lake Wales! FREE!
Registration opens at 8 a.m., and the walk kicks off at 8:30.
Participants can walk as for as they'd like along the path around the lake and
then return to Kiwanis Park at 9:30 for our recognition of survivors and for
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Polk County Parks & Recreation
September to December 2012 Calendar of Events
Events or calendar dates/times are subject to change.
The complete 2012 calendar is available at www.polk-county.net, as well
as addresses and maps for all event locations.


September
15
22
October
12 & 13
12
12
13
20


26
26
November
10
December
01
07
07
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January
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February


Family Fun Night
Hispanic Heritage Festival


M. N. C. Resource Ctr, Lake Wales
Eloise Resource Center, Eloise


6 pm
12 pm-4 pm


Cracker Storytelling Festival Homeland .Heritage Park, Homeland 9 am-3 pm
Ghost Stories (part of C.S.F.) Polk County History Ctr, Bartow 7 pm-9 pm
Halloween Film Festival Medulla Resource Center, Lakeland 6 pm-9 pm
Halloween Spooktacular Wabash Community Center, Lakeland .5 pm-7 pm
Haunted Halloween Hayride Loyce E. Harpe Park, Mulberry 5 pm-10 pm
*Haunted Halloween advance tickets on sale Octobei 1-19 at the Parks & Recreation
office and include a hayride wristband
Trick or Treat Party W. S. Resource Center, Winter Haven 4 pm-6 pm
Trick or Treat Party Eloise Resource Center, Eloise 5 pm-7 pm


Outdoor Expo

Mother/Son Camp Out
Jingle Bell Rock Party
Holiday Tree Lighting Party
Christmas Notes


Saddle.Creek Park, Lakeland

Homeland Heritage Park, Homeland
Wabash Community Ctr, Lakeland
Eloise Resource Center, Eloise
Homeland Heritage Park, Homeland


Upcoming 2013 Calendar of Events
Calendar dates are to be determined.


Family Fun Night Eloise Resource Center, Eloise
Comm. Day & Health Expo W. S. Resource Center, Winter Haven


Daddy/Daughter Dance
Valentine's Day Dance
Scales & Tails Pet Festival
Black Heritage Festival


Polk County History Ctr, Bartow
W. S. Resource Center, Winter Haven
Loyce E. Harpe Park, Mulberiry
Medulla Resource Center, Lakeland


9 am-4 pm

4 pm-9 am
6 pm-9 pm
6 pm-9 pm
5 pin-8 pm




6.pm
10 am-2 pm

5 pm-9 pm
4:30-6:30 pm
12 pm-4 pm
12 pm-4 pm


Stay up to date on PCPR happenings!

Email JOIN to jenniferwilson@polk-county.net

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SPCA offers half off small dogs


SPCA Florida is offering half
off small dog adoption fees
Saturday, Sept. 1, from 11 a.m.-
5 p.m.
Small dogs are 25 pounds
and under. Small dog adoption
fees vary, but normally average
around $200.
Interested adopters can
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www.spcaflorida.org, then come
to the Campus of Kindness,
5850 Brannen Road South in
Lakeland, to proceed with the
adoption process.
SPCA Pets of the Week are
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Rd. South, Lakeland.
Call 863-646-7722, or visit
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-Thursday, 11 a.m. 7 p.m.;
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Hominy
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how to walk on a loose leash, but she's really
hoping for a family to love and teach her
more commands and maybe even some tricks.
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first, but once she warms up to you, you'll fall
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Battling dandruff is often a lifelong war


DEAR DR. DONOHUE: I am 49.
My main problem is dandruff. I have
had this problem for 26 years. It even
occurs in my beard, mustache and ear
canal. I have used Head and Shoulders
and Nizoral shampoos, and also beer
as a shampoo. I hope you have some
suggestions for me. T.S.
ANSWER: Dandruff is flakes of scalp
skin that constantly fall off the head.
Many conditions lead to it. The most
common is something called seborrhe-
ic (SEB-oh-REE-ik) dermatitis. It targets
the scalp, but also may strike the
eyebrows, the eyelids, the skin between
the eyebrows, the nasolabial folds (the
groove that runs from the lower side of
the nose to the corner of the lips) and
the ear canals. It often itches.
You've used some of the recom-
mended shampoos. (Beer is not one
of them.) You must leave the shampoo
on the scalp for five to 10 minutes.
Some good shampoos, in addition to
the ones you mention, are Nizoral A-D,
Selsun Blue and Ciclopirox (prescrip-
tion required). I know you tried Nizoral,
but it is an excellent choice for killing
the fungus partially responsible for this
condition. Try it again, but leave it on
for the prescribed time. These same
\


products come in gels, creams and
foams for face and ear involvement.
Apply the products daily for a week,
including the shampoos; then three
times a week for the next four to six
weeks. Then you can adopt a once-a-
week schedule for life. Be careful about
applying these medicines to the ear
canal. Do so very gently.
If itching is a problem, you can buy
cortisone 1 percent as a gel, cream
or liquid. Liquid is best for the hairy
surfaces. You can use the cortisone
three times a day if need be.
If all this comes to naught, then you
have to put the problem in the hands of
a dermatologist.
DEAR DR. DONOHUE: My mother


has hiccups all day. She eats breakfast,
then after breakfast, they start and con-
tinue all day until she's asleep at night.
What can she do? H.V.
ANSWER: How long has your mother
had hiccups? Usually, they last two days
at the longest. More-prolonged hiccups
called for prescription medicines.
Your mother can try the age-old
remedies. One is to inhale deeply and
then quickly exhale two times. On the
third go-around, inhale deeply and
hold the inhalation as long as pos-
sible. A second remedy is swallowing a
teaspoon of sugar. The sugar irritates
the throat, which sends a message to the
brain to stop hiccups. A third treatment
is breathing into a paper bag. The air
inside the bag soon accumulates carbon
dioxide, and that often ends hiccupping.
A fourth maneuver is drinking from the
opposite side of a glass. You bend over at
the waist and then put the opposite side
of the glass into your mouth and start
sipping. Readers have provided me with
these remedies throughout the years.
A prolonged siege of hiccups, one
that has gone on for three days or
more, is best treated by seeing a doctor
who can prescribe medicines. In truly
resistant cases, surgical procedures


are considered. One is severing one
of the phrenic nerves, the nerves that
innervate the diaphragm, the breathing
muscle that lies between the chest cav-
ity and the abdominal cavity. Spasms of
this muscle are responsible for hiccups.
DEAR DR. DONOHUE: I have three
sisters and one brother. Three are
obese. All are borderline diabetics. Two
have had breast cancer. All have had a
knee or hip replacement. All have high
blood pressure and high cholesterol.
They're on the way to becoming inva-
lids at an early age. Yet not one doctor
has ever suggested they lose weight. I
say shame on those doctors. C.N.
ANSWER: Are you sure their doc-
tors haven't given them that advice?
Maybe they're telling you a story that
isn't factual. At any rate, I'll take over.
Siblings of C.N., lose weight. Your life is
at stake if you don't.
Dr. Donohue regrets that he is unable
to answer individual letters, but he will
incorporate them in his column when-
ever possible. Readers may write him
or request an order form of available.
health newsletters at PO. Box 536475,
Orlando, FL 32853-6475. Readers may
also order health newsletters from www.
rbmamall.com.


Where there's smoke, there's fire


Decades of public and private health
efforts have drummed into most American
heads that smoking is bad for one's health.
On average, according to the Centers for
Disease Control, smokers die 13 to 14
years earlier than nonsmokers. Less than
1 in 5 Americans smoke, but smoking still
accounts for about 1 in 5 deaths annually.
That's grim, but it's grimmer almost
everywhere else. A new study says to-
bacco use worldwide is growing, fueled
by not just lax or nonexistent public
health efforts, but by active government
advocacy based on short-term. eco-
nomic considerations.
"Governments around the world need
to start giving economic and regulatory
advantages to agricultural products that
promote health, instead of to products
such as tobacco that kill people, said Gary
A. Giovino, senior author of the study
published in the journal The Lancet.
"In the absence of effective actions,
about one billion people worldwide
will die prematurely in the next century
from tobacco use," Giovino said. 'And
most of hose deat-is and the health
care and economic costs that come
with them, will be borne by lower- and
middle-income countries."
The study surveyed 3 billion people in
14 low- and middle-income countries
(Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Egypt, India,
Mexico, the Philippines, Poland, Russia,
Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, Uruguay and
Vietnam), making coinparisons with the
United States and the United Kingdom.
Among the research findings:


WELL NEWS
Scott LaFee



Forty-nine percent of men and
11 percent of women used tobacco
(smoked, smokeless or both).
While women's tobacco-use rates
remain low, women are beginning to
smoke as early as men, around age 17
instead of in their 20s.
The majority of tobacco users
smoked manufactured cigarettes.
China had the highest number of
tobacco users at 301 million people
(including 52.9 percent of men) fol-
lowed by India, with 274 million people
(47.9 percent of men).
Quit ratios were highest in the U.S.
and the U.K., as well as in Brazil and
Uruguay, where tobacco control activi-
ties are strongest; they were lowest in
China, India, Russia and Egypt
Currently. tobacco use worldwide
causes more than 5 million deaths per
year. Current trends show that it will
produce more than 8 million deaths
annually by 2030.

Body of Knowledge
The average shoe size for an
American male adult is size 9, for a
female, size 7.

Life on Big Macs
One hour of playing the drums burns
272 calories (based on a 150-pound


person) or the equivalent of 0.4 Big Macs.

Counts
Percentage of newborn boys
in United States circumcised in
1980s: 79.
Percentage in 2000s: 55.
Projected increase in healthcare
costs, in billions of dollars, over the
next decade if the downward trend in
male circumcision rate continues: 4.4.
Higher costs would be due to more
cases and higher transmission rates
of sexually transmitted diseases and
related cancers.
Source: Johns Hopkins University

Doc Talk
Claudication limping caused by a
reduction in blood supply to the legs.

Phobia of the Week
Ipovlopsychophobia fear of having
one's photograph taken.

Never Say Diet
The Major League Eating speed-
eating record for deep-fried asparagus
spears is 9 pounds, 5.2 ounces in 10
minutes, held by Joey Chestnut.

Best Medicine
A man Went to see his doctor because
he was suffering from a miserable cold.
His doctor prescribed some pills, but
they didn't help. On his next visit, the
doctor gave him a shot, but that didn't
do any good, either. On the man's third


visit, the doctor told the man to go
home and take a hot bath. As soon as
he was finished bathing, the doctor -
said, the man was to throw open all the
windows and stand in the draft.
"But doc," protested the patient, "if I
do that, I'll get pneumonia."
"I know," replied the physician. "I can
cure pneumonia."

Observation
"It's obvious the toothbrush was
invented in England. If it were invented
in America, it would have been called a
TEETHbrush."
-Phil Nendel

Curtain Calls
In 1979, a 20-year-old resident of
Nashua, N.H., named John Bowen was
watching the halftime show at a football
game at Shea Stadium. The show fea-
tured novelty and custom-made remote
control flying machines. A 40-pound
model plane shaped like a lawnmower
accidentally dived into the stands,
its sharp blades striking Bowen and
another spectator. Both suffered severe
head injuries and were rushed to a
hospital. The other spectator recovered,
but Bowen succumbed to his injuries
four days later.

To find out more about Scott LaFee
and read features by other Creators
Syndicate writers and cartoonists,
visit the Creators Syndicate website at
www.creators.com.


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Healthy food that swims


Seafood is an important com-
ponent of a healthful diet. Packed
to the gills with nutrition, it is an
excellent source of protein, vitamins,
minerals, and iodine.
Omega 3 fatty acid, which is pres-
ent in abundance in seafood, is vital
to good health. It boosts the immune
system, brain function (including
memory), and skin health. It helps
bypass heart disease ... prevent
cancer, is anti-inflammatory, and
can also help relieve arthritic symp-
toms and asthma. In fact, many
health practitioners recommend fish
oil supplements to individuals with
certain health conditions.
Marine food sources with the most
significant amounts of Omega 3 are
krill, sardines, anchovies, catfish,
tuna, herring, salmon, and mackerel.
Shellfish, such as shrimp, crab,
mussels and lobster offer less of the
beneficial fat.
Seafood is not limited to fish and
shellfish. Nutrition-rich, sea veg-
etables a staple of Asian cuisine
- have become more popular in
the U.S. Sushi, seaweed noodles,
wraps and soups made from these
vegetables are now served in many
restaurants, and sold in supermar-
kets and health food stores. Some of
the vegetables include: dulce, nori,
wakame, spirulina and chlorella.
They are also used for their powerful
medicinal value.
There is a catch, however; many
lakes, rivers, and seas are contami-
nated with industrial pollutants. To
minimize ingestion of these toxins
when consuming fish and shellfish,
opt for the smaller species. Their
shorter lifespan and position in the
food chain prevents a significant


Health Correspondent


toxic buildup in their bodies.
The same applies to farm-raised
fish; the smaller types contain a
smaller amount of pollutants, as well
as hormones and antibiotics. Eating
a variety of seafood in rotation also
helps. Fish skin should be discarded,
as this is where the bulk of toxins are
stored.
For cooking seafood, think outside
the frying-pan.
Frying any food is extremely un-
healthy; the intense heat during the.
frying process alters the oil chem-
istry to become cancer-promoting.
In addition, frying diminishes the
Omega 3 potency, and requires using
large amounts of oil, a fact which
increases the food's caloric count.
Numerous scrumptious dishes
can be made with frozen or fresh
marine-based food, by baking, grill-
ing, poaching or cooking soups and
chowders.
Because all seafood cooks faster
than it takes to change a light bulb
in your microwave, you can prepare
fabulously tasting dishes in literally
minutes.
Get your fishing gear ready, and
let'" dive into a tsunami of marine
cuisine. Flavor is on the menu -
bon appetit!


Fishy Pita Filling
(Serves 2)
4 oz can kippered (smoked) her-
ring fillets
2 carrots, grated
1-1/2 apples, cored, chopped
1 cup alfalfa sprouts or shredded
Romaine lettuce
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons olive oil
Salt and pepper
4 whole wheat or multi grain pita
bread, warmed
In a medium bowl mix all ingre-
dients, except pitas. Cut each pita
in half. Carefully open and fill each
pocket.

Pasta-Shrimp Salad
(Serves 2)
2 cups uncooked, whole grain
corkscrew pasta
1 large yellow onion, chopped
4 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 green bell pepper
1/2 red bell pepper
4 tablespoons olive oil, divided
Salt and pepper.
1 tablespoon oregano
% lb shrimp, peeled, deveined
1/2 cup white cooking wine

Cook pasta in water and 1 table-
spoon olive oil. Drain. In a skillet,
heat remaining oil and cook onion
(covered) 12 minutes, or until onion
is translucent. Cut bell pepper into
1 inch strips. Add garlic, bell pepper,
oregano, salt and pepper to onion
mixture. Cook 7 more minutes, stir-
ring occasionally. Meanwhile, in a
small saucepan cook shrimp in water
and wine for 7 minutes. Drain.


Combine all ingredients in a bowl.
Serve warm or cold.

Poached Fish
with Lemon Dressing
(Serves 2)
0.45 lb fish Catfish or Tilapia filet
per person
Zest of half a lemon, finely grated
Juice of one lemon
Black pepper
2 tablespoons olive oil
Dill weed, optional

Rinse fish and place in a skillet,
skin-side down. Wash hands. Add
water inch deep. (Fish should not be
covered by water.) In a cup, mix lemon
zest, juice, salt, pepper, and oil. Drizzle
lemon dressing on fish and evenly coat
with the back of a spoon. Sprinkle dill,
if using. Cover and cook gently 15 20
jninutes. Fish is ready when fork2
tender at its thickest part. The resulting
lemon sauce can be served with any
cooked whole grain, or potatoes.
Judy E. Buss is a nutritional choking
instructor, The Rath Education Center,
Lakeland, Florida, and a member of the
American Nutrition Association.


Fifth annual breast cancer


awareness walk Oct. 13


Lake Wales Medical Center's Healthy
Woman program has its fifth annual
Breast Cancer Awareness Walk on
Saturday, Oct. 13 in Lake Wales,
The walk will begin and end at
Kiwanis Park on Lakeshore Boulevard.
Walkers will use the path around the
lake, and can walk to the end of the
path and back, or may choose to walk
a shorter distance.
Check-in is at 8 a.m. at the pavilions
at Kiwanis Park, and the walk begins at
8:30 a.m. Door prizes and recognition
of survivors will be held at 9:30 a.m.
Participants also are encouraged to
decorate bras in the theme of their
choice and wear them over their shirts


on the walk. Prizes will be awarded for
best decorated bras!
The hospital's mammography de-
partment will be there with informa-
tion about screening and diagnostic
mammograms, stereotactic breast.
biopsy and breast MR. Breast cancer
affects one in 8 women.
There is no charge to participate.
Sign up by Sunday, Oct. 7 and get
a T-shirt at check-in. Late registrants
will receive a T-shirt, if they are
available.
To register, visit www.
LakeWalesMedicalCenter.com and
click on Healthy Woman, or call
863-678-2288.


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What should What's HOT in the marketplace?


I tell the sales

professional about

the homes I look at?


- First-is.theloca- ..
tion, what city are you
looking
in? Give
the agent
an idea of a
price range,
this should
be what
you are .'' .
qualified to
purchase. Your agent
will most likely show
you homes listed a little
above that number in
case the seller has left
room for negotiations.
Additionally, give your
agent specific criteria
that will help nar-
row down the search
with the .amount of
minimum bedrooms,
square footage, bath-
rooms, garage, school
district and many
other fields. Caution,
too many restrictions.
and you might find
there aren't that many
choices. I like to use
less as possible. For
example, there may be
a two bedroom home
with a living room and
a den or bonus room
that could easily be
converted into a third


..bedroom listed for a
lot less than the typical

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three bedroom houses.

How many homes
should I look at
before I buy? As an
agent, I have seen cus-
tomers look at a si gle
house, fall in love And
immediately follow
me back to the office
to write up the offer.
Then on the other end
of the spectrum, I have
shown a customer liter-
ally dozens of homes
with varying styles and


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really like enough to
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my advice would be
to narrow down to a'
particular location and
price range, ask your
Realtor for their knowl-
edge of the listings
and look at three to
six homes or the total
amount in that immedi-
ate area. I like to print
out a list of houses,
we are looking at and
make notes on each
one. It may be a small
quote that the buyer
mentioned they like
the color of the baby's
room or the style of


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the light fixtures, etc.
Anything helps, which
may trigger a memory
to that house.

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YOUR AGENT!! Your
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your property in est-
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market for sale. If you
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likely\ you will ha\e to


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ID # 4075 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
NEAR WARNER UNIVERSI-
TY, 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH,
located in crooked lake park,
spacious split-floor plan,
home has recently been
updated, has detached
garage with RV parking,
screen porch, $98,500 id#
4918, PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
wwwsprimeplusrealestate.co
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LAKE-FRONT BEAUTY, 2Br
2Ba nestled on private Lake
Cypress in Lake Wales, enjoy
boating, fishing and using
your own private boat ramp.
Offers a spa in the back sun-
room, newer roof, complete
a/c system, kitchen cabinets
and appliances, Reduced
$254,000 id# 1671 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE' INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com
WATER-FRONT BEAUTIFUL
HOME ON CANAL LEADING
TO LAKE WALK IN WATER,
Move-In condition, 3 Br. 2 Ba.,
cathedral ceiling, spacious liv-
ing room, large Florida room
with view of canal and lake,
formal dining, plus eating
space next to kitchen, all
appliances, washer and dryer,
2 car garage, workshop,
large covered dock on deep
water canal, just seconds
from the lake, $189,900 id#
6616 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
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1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
2001 Fleetwood Manuf.
Home for Sale. 16 by 76, new
AC. Located in east Fort
Meade but must be moved.
$23,200. 786-246-6372

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3 BR. 2 BA. MOBILE HOME
ON 1 ACRE, NICE WELL
MAINTAINED HOME WITH
STORAGE BLD. Located just
east of Lake Wales near Lake
Rosalie, Great Fishing and
boating lake, $65,000 ID#
2188 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
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FROSTPROOF Mobile Home,
2Bd/2Ba, LR, Din Area Kit, Fla
Rm, Shed, Car Port, Pool,
Laundry. New A/C system.
Reduced for Quick Sale 863-
241-3384 or 863-651-6082
1110 OUT OF AREA HOMES
37 ACRE MIDDLE TN FARM
with 13 acre lake, nice home.
Selling at Absolute Auction,
Memorial Day. Van Massey
Auction Lic 1711. (931)433-
8686 Visit vanmassey.com
DEVELOPER FORCED LIQ-
UIDATION Smoky Mtn. Lake
Property Priced @ Foreclo-
sure/Short-sale. Up to 100%
Financing/5% interest. Hurry-
Only 30 Reservations avail-
able! (877)551-0550 ext 100
1210 HOMES FOR RENT

3/2.5 CB, 214 S. Orange
Frostproof $600/mo Broker
owned, Call Michelle
Keystone Realty, Inc.
863-635-0030
LAKE WALES *5 houses
for RENT 2Bd/1Ba, $550
monthly $450 deposit...
*2 houses 3b.d/lba, $600
monthly, $450 deposit. Call
863-676-5066 or 863-676-
1901 NO. CALLS after 9pm
LAKE WALES very nice
3bd/lba, country house, Ig.
kitchen, ACW/ceiling fans,
garbage/sewer/water includ-
ed. $700. ,o. 863-635-6399
Lake Wales- Spacious 4BR/2BA
home on corner lot in Country
Oaks. Formal and informal living
and dining rooms. Open floor
plan. Large covered screen
porch. $1100/month, SD $1100.
Call Maggie Stohler at' Legacy
Leasing Services,. Inc 863-676-
0024 or visit www.LegacyLeas-
es.com
Babson Park- 3BR/2BA lake-
front home on Crooked Lake.
Enjoy lake views from living room,
dining room, and screen porch.
Large beach area. Many updates
throughout. $1500/month, SD
$1500. Call Maggie Stohler at
Legacy Leasing Services, Inc
863-676-0024 or visit www.Lega-
cyLeases.com
Lake 'Wales- Very spacious
3BR/2BA home with formal living
and dining rooms. Family room
and large eat in kitchen with lots
of cabinet 'space and pantry.
Indoor utility room -with
washer/dryer. Master bathroom
has garden tub, double sinks and
toilet closet. No pets.
$990/month, SD $990. Call Mag-
gie Stohler at Legacy Leasing
Services, Inc 863-676-0024 or
visit www.LegacyLeases.com
Frostproof- 3BR/2BA on Lake
Reedy. Extra large lot. All new
paint and flooring. Florida room.
Interior washer/dryer hookup.
$900/month, SD $900. Call Mag-
gie Stohler at Legacy Leasing
services, Inc 863-676-0024 or
visit www.LegacyLeases.com
Commercial
Lake Wales office building with
over 300 feet of highway frontage
on Highway 27 South. Close to
27/60 intersection. Building
includes a spacious, bright recep-
tion area, four separate offices, 2
storage areas, and 2 acres of
land with plenty of parking space.
New AC unit and well pump.
$1750/month, SD $1750, Call
Maggie Stohler at Legacy Leasing
Services, Inc 8636760024 or visit
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1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT
LAKE WALES COUNTRY CLUB
2nd. Floor Condo, Fully Fur-
nished, Screened Balcony,
Great View Of Golf Course
And Lagoon, $99,000 id#
9202 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
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GREAT PRICE ON THIS FUR-
NISHED 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH
CONDO, 1,184 ft. living area,
screened porch, convenient
location to shopping in the
city limits of Lake Wales.
$29,900, PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
id- # 130 www.primeplus-
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1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT

BARTOW, 495 E. Guava
Street. lbr/lba $350
month plus $300 security
deposit. One year lease.
1 863-533-3900 or
863-603-7715

COLONIAL SQUARE
APARTMENTS
SUMMER SPECIALS!
1 and 2 Bedroom apts with
central a/c and heat, large
floor plans, abundant clos-
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space & FREE WATER
Starting at $465/ month
Move-In Specials too
Call 24/7: 866-485-
4961
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Lakeland 2614 Harden,
Combee Rd., 2bd, iba, w/d
hook-up. $550. mo. 321-228-
4724.


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OAKWOOD MANOR
APARTMENTS
PRICES REDUCED FOR
LEASE UP!
Our updated villa-style
apartment homes provide
comfortable living at a
great price. Rates include
water.
Studio from only $405/mo
1 BR. from only $475/mo
2 BR with w/d hookups
from only $595/month
Convenient location,
Walk to shopping.
Call 24/7 866-485-
4977
Or visit:
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mrn
Winter Haven, unfurn. 2bd,
Iba, duplex, w/d hookup.
C/H/A. $495. mo. include ,
trash & lawn. Tile floors.
863-295-9272
1340 MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT
2bd, partially furn. MH,
sets on own lot. Mile east of
Bartow. Moose Lodge Road.
863-533-0146
3bd, 2ba, c/air, new carpet,
w/d hookup, close to Bartow.
Quiet area. $520. mo. 863-
559-2230 or 863-647-1958
LAKE WALES No deposit'
mobile homes. For as low as
$475 per month. $475
moves you in! Call james 863-
605-5736.
1350 EFFICIENCIES
\FOR RENT
LAKE WALES Efficience
Apartment. $135 week. Elec-
tric / Water Included. No
Smokers, No Pets. 863-632-
7013
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STORMS & HURRICANES!
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1.5acre-30acre homesites,
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$3200/acre. Financing
w/Low down, from
$195/month. (U.S. Citizen-
ship not required) Owner
706-364-4200

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1500 LOTS & ACREAGE
HOME SITE, Nice half Acre
lot located in Beautiful Area of
Homes. Growing Region Cen-
trally Located between Winter
Haven and Lake Wales. Par-
tially Cleared and ready to
Build your First Home.
$27,900 id #cc PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. (863) 676-
7040 www.primeplus-
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WOODED HOME SITE! 2
Acres of Beautiful Woods in
deed restricted community to
build your new home! Not too
far from Public Boat Ramp
into Lake Rosalie. Owner Moti-
vated and will look at all Rea-
*-sonable Offers! $39,900 id#
.11209 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC (863) 676-7040.
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LAKE FRONT ON LAKE
WALK IN WATER, Just Over
5 -Acres,- Partially Wooded,
Private Location, Dead End
Street. Great Price! $79,900
id# It22 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE, INC 863-676-7040
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OVER 1 ACRE ON LAKE
. PIERCE, Great home-site on
Timberlane Rd. Lake Pierce,
One of the finest fishing lakes
in Florida. Beautiful old Flori-
da Woods; the lot is located
on paved rd. $58,000 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. ID#
7111 863-676-7040
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BLUE JORDAN FOREST,
ALMOST 3 ACRES, BEAU-
TIFUL NATURAL FLORIDA
WOODS, Gated community,
lots of wildlife, enjoy the coun-
try peaceful atmosphere,
$22,000 ID # 7299 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
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1515 WATERFRONT
North Carolina Mountain
Lakefront lots. New gated
waterfront community. Dock-
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shoreline, Low insurance, Low
property- tax. Call Now
(800)709-5253
* 1520 OUT OF TOWN LOTS
NC mountain property
must go. 4.5 acres with out-
standing views and privacy.
: $25,000 OBO, great for
home or cabin. (828)394-
9298. Ask for Richard
1620 COMMERCIAL/
INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY
OVER 14 ACRES HIGHWAY
FRONTAGE IN AVON PARK,
Multiple parcels, with mixed
use. Excellent. potential for
commercial highway busi-
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U.S. 27. Bank owned, recent
appraisal and priced accord-
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Resumes to
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One of Central / South Flori-
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great bonus potential. Imme-
diate opening for the right
candidate. Please email
resume' / cover letter to
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