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SOctober 10, 2012



Frostproof News


Frostproof's Hometown News for more than 85 years 7


Volume 92 Number 37


USPS NO 211-260


Frostproof, Polk County Florida 33843


C.:pyigh 2012 Sun Coast Media Group, Inc.


Teacher puts in exceptional effort


'History geek' becomes a student at


summer seminars to


keep


learning


By JAMES COULTER
NEWS @FROSTPROOFNEWS.NET
Deanna Jaroszeski, also known as Mrs.
J by her students, has had an exceptional
career in more ways than one.
Not only has she taught history for
15 years, assisted educators within her
district and across the country, worked
with the Smithsonian Institute, visited
historical sites across the county, and
won the 2009 Teacher of the Year award,
but she has accomplished it all with
prosthetic limbs.
Jaroszeski had both her feet amputated
at a young age her right foot at 12, her
left at 14, and has since worn prosthetic
feet.
She was born in Arlington, Va., on Aug.
4, 1964 with spina bifida, a birth defect of
the spinal cord caused by the incomplete
forming of the vertebrae and its covering.
With the spina bifida she had, a fluid-
filled sac had formed behind her spine
near her lower back, damaging nerves
that affected the feeling in her feet.
Most children with the defect tend to
be paralyzed throughout most of their
body, but hers only affected her legs. At 5,
she had the sac behind her spine surgi-
cally removed and her nerves readjusted.
Her parents were informed that her
defect would likely prevent her from
learning to walk or learning anything
past elementary school.
"They told them I would probably


not make it past third or fourth grade
because they never thought my mental
capabilities would be fully-developed,
since most of the kids born with spina
bifida at that time were not able to go
to school and it also affected their brain
to some degree," Jaroszeski said. "I'm
thankful that it didn't affect me that way
because I've been able to live pretty
much a normal life."
Regardless of what the doctors had
told her parents, Jaroszeski learned to
walk, and after having her feet ampu-
tated and receiving her prosthetic limbs,
experienced more freedom than she ever
had before.
"Once I had the amputation, it was like
a whole new world had opened up," she
said. "I rode bicycles, roller-skated, went
swimming, I did all kinds of stuff I nor-
mally was unable to do until then. Yes, I
wish I never had to lose my feet, but at
the same time, my quality of life went up
so much more once I did lose them. Like
I said, the whole world opened up and
there was so much more I could do with
the prosthetics that I could not do with
my feet before then."
Her defect had required her to fre-
quently visit and remain at the hospital
for treatment and surgery. To date, she
has received 64 surgeries, her most
recent one forcing her to miss the first
week of school this year.
"Up until I was 14,1 I probably spent
about eight years of my life in the


PHOTO BY K.M. THORNTON SR.
Frostproof Middle Senior High School history teacher Deanna Jaroszeski was born with spina
bifida, but has overcome many odds to become a popular teacher.


hospital," she said.
She received most of her education
through homebound instruction; but
after receiving her prosthesis, she was
able to attend school, though continued
to receive homebound instruction when-
ever she had to return to the hospital.


She started attending Lake Taylor
Middle School in Norfolk, Va., in 1977.
Her eighth grade science teacher, Mrs.
Coleman, would not only prove to be her
favorite, but also the main inspiration for
TEACHER |12


, .Art and rain don't mix

Organizers not deterred by inclement

weather for inaugural event


PHOTO BY RAY LYNN DEASE
Frostproof Councilwoman Diana Webster-Biehl, left (thinking ahead with her umbrella) share a
laugh with Jenny Grenke, center, and Bobbie Dixon outside the Twice as Nice Consignment and
Boutique. Grenke is working on her painting of the Jupiter Lighthouse. More coverage of the rain-
shortened event on page 11.


By JAMES COULTER
NEWS @ FROSTPROOFNEWS.NET
It will take more than gray skies and
dark clouds to prevent Frostproof from
enjoying fine art.
Last Friday was the inaugural First
Friday Frostproof Art Walk, the first in a
series of monthly events sponsored by
the Frostproof Art League to promote
local artists and businesses in down-
town Frostproof.
Even though the weather was less
than sunny, to say the least, the art
walk managed to pull off a decent first
effort, said Martha Neher, Art League


president and co-founder of the event.
Eleven artists showcased their art in
front of downtown businesses along
Scenic Highway and Wall Street.
Despite the gloomy weather and rain
- one rain gauge in Frostproof held
3.7 inches Friday night the artists
remained for the full duration of the
event though retreated indoors when
the rain began to pour.
"The rain was not a disappointment,
it's a reminder we are not really in
charge of 99 percent of anything," said
Jenny Grenke, co-founder of the event
ART 15


TODAY'S
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Calendar..............Page 2
Editorial............. Page 4
Obituaries.......... Page 6
County Report ...... Page 8
Sports........ Page 14,15,18
Feeling Fit........... Page 21


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hard, but fall late
at Fort Meade


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E FRIDAY, OCT. 12
High School Football
The Bulldogs will be back at home
and in action for a 7 p.m. kickoff against
Hardee. Admission.

E SATURDAY, 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, 863-635-7222.

Ford Drive One 4 UR School
The Frostproof FFA and cheerleaders
will be hosting a fundraiser at the high
school starting at 10 a.m. Test drive a
Ford, and the car company will make a
$20 donation to the clubs. Food will also
be available for sale.


* MONDAY, OCT. 15
City council
The Frostproof City Council will have
a regularly scheduled meeting in city
hall, starting at 6 p.m.

N TUESDAY, OCT. 16
Chamber Lunch
The Greater Frostproof Area Chamber
of Commerce will hold its monthly
lunch meeting at the Ramon Theater
-starting at 12 noon. Cost is $9. Call the
chamber at 863-635-7222 for more
information.

* THURSDAY, OCT. 18
Christian Connection
The Lake Wales Christian Women's
Connection will have a meeting
and guest speaker at the Lake Wales
Country Club. The event will start at
11 a.m. For more information, call
863-353-5723.


* FRIDAY, OCT. 19
High School Football
The Frostproof Bulldogs will be on
the road for its longest bus trip of the
regular season as they travel to Sarasota
Cardinal Mooney for a 7 p.m. start.

* 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 at 863-635-7222 for tickets,
or go to www.ramontheater.com.

* SATURDAY, OCT. 27
Trick or Treat
Official Trick or Treat time in Frostproof
will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 27, per a resolu-
tion approved by the city commission.


* FRIDAY, NOV. 2
First Friday Artwalk
The Frostproof Art League will
host its second ever First Friday
Artwalk, a downtown event featuring
local artists with their works. Many
downtown businesses stay open for
the evening event too. And, hopefully,
Mother Nature cooperates better
than it did for the inaugural event in
October. Call 863-635-7271 for more
information.

E SATURDAY, NOV. 3
39-mile yard sale
Municipalities, businesses and
homeowners along State Road 17,
popularly known as Scenic Highway,
will host a 39-mile yard sale, starting
at 8 a.m. Frostproof people wishing
to participate can set up booths along
East Wall Street which will be closed to
vehicle traffic during the event.


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VIEWPOINT



Distractions are linked to spikes in injuries, deaths


People are now well aware of the deadly danger of
driving while texting and 10 states and the District of
Columbia have passed bans on using handheld cell
phones while driving. But new statistics reported in
a Wall Street Journal article last weekend suggest cell
phone use may be linked to a startling rise in ac-
cidents at home. Meanwhile, a separate study by a
child safety advocacy group found a similar culprit to
blame in a rise in teen pedestrian accidents.
In "The Perils of Texting While Parenting," the
Journal cited a 12 percent rise in nonfatal, unin-
tentional injuries involving infants and toddlers 5
years old and younger. Tragically, the biggest jump
was reported for drownings (35.9 percent) and near
drownings (105.3 percent). The Centers for Disease
Control reported the trend covers the years between
2007.and 2010 and noted it comes after steady
declines in such accidents going back to the 1970s.
Child safety experts attribute the decline to home
safety campaigns and new products such as staircase
baby gates, electrical outlet covers and household
poison control efforts. But cell phones may be undo-
ing the advances.
"We may think we're multi-tasking and not really
feeling like we are truly distracted. But in reality,
we are," said Dr. Raul Rastogi, an emergency room


Our Viewpoint

physician in Oregon.
It's not just at home where dangers lurk for under-
supervised children. The CDC reported a 17 percent
spike between 2007 and 2010 in playground-related
injuries. The absence of similar accident trends
among older age groups supports the theory that an
explosion in cell phone use 9 million Americans
owned cell phones in 2007 versus 63 million in 2010
- can be linked to the rise in infant and toddler
accidents. Accidental injury figures for 2011 and 2012
are not available, but with cell phone ownership hit-
ting 114 percent in July 2012, any correlation between
accidents and cell phone use by parents would result
in an even more alarming increase in preventable
injuries.
It's not just toddlers who are at risk from cell
phone-related accidents. The National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration reported a 4 percent
rise in pedestrian fatalities involving motor vehicles
in 2010, but that figure rose to 25 percent among 16
to 19 year-olds, according to a report titled, "Walking
Safely: A Report to the Nation," by SafeKids USA, a


non-profit injury prevention group. The report found
that a dramatic shift in pedestrian injuries has oc-
curred since 1995, with teens overtaking preteens in
pedestrian vs. vehicle deaths.
The number of teen pedestrian deaths is now
double that of children ages 5 to 9 and injuries to
youngsters ages 16 to 19 jumped 25 percent in the
past five years alone. Over the same period, injuries
among 5-9-year-olds and 10-15-year-olds fell by 34
percent. Again, police and hospital reports don't al-
ways include causes such as cell phone and portable
music player usage, but the demographics strongly
suggest a link.
"Distraction due to mobile technologies is an
epidemic," the report concludes.
The personal technology revolution has produced
incredible advances in communication. But even
as we keep up more with friends and family via cell
phones, we're taking less care to watch where we're
going or keep an eye on our kids. Powerful new
television ads highlight the tragic consequences of
distracted driving. But the danger of a texting teen
walking in front a car or a toddler grabbing a hot
saucepan from the stove while a parent is updating
their Facebook status is no less real and the results no
less disastrous.


Florida oddity:


The three-pack shuffle


The Florida Democratic Party is so
anxious to re-elect three House mem-
bers from Broward, Palm Beach and
Duval Counties that it's sending a mass
mailing to voters in distant Osceola
and Polk counties, warning about a
Republican who has already quit his
race.
Two-term Rep. Mike Horner,
R-Kissimmee, looked like a sure bet to
beat Democrat Eileen Game until very
recently. That's when his name turned
up in the investigation of a suspected
prostitution business. Horner with-
drew as a candidate and on Saturday,
Republican Party officers picked a
substitute nominee, Michael LaRosa, a
real estate developer from Celebration.
But it was too late to get LaRosa's
name on the ballot for Nov. 6. By state
law, Homer's name will appear and
votes for him will count for LaRosa.
Homer's departure was a game-
changer for Game, who had only raised
about $13,000 pocket change in a
legislative race including $10,300 she
loaned to her campaign.
So in rode the Florida Democratic
Party to her rescue, with a 20,000-piece
mailer that reminds everybody about
Horner.
Florida Republicans have been here,
done this. In 2006, after former U.S.
Rep. Mark Foley resigned over inappro-
priate text messages to congressional
pages, party officials tapped state Rep.
Joe Negron of Stuart (now a state sena-
tor) to take his place, though it was too
late to print new ballots. Running under
the name of a man who'd resigned in
scandal, Negron nearly won. Again this


time, Democrats want as much confu-
sion at the polls as possible as would
the GOP if the situation were reversed.
The Democratic hit piece gets right to
the point: "Rep. Mike Horner is linked
to a brothel."
"News reports link State Rep. Mike
Horner to an alleged prostitution opera-
tion in Orange County. His scandals
have been an embarrassment to central
Florida."
Scandals, plural? The leaflet doesn't
mention others, but it concludes: "Vote
NO to end the embarrassment to our
community. Vote no to Mike Horner."
As much as Republicans like small
business, it can't condone Homer's
hookers. If you want to associate-
with craven creatures who long ago
abandoned all conscience and will do
amoral things for money, you should
have to choose politics or brothel, not
both.
The Democratic hit piece doesn't
mention that Homer has dropped
out of the race. Nor does it bother to
mention he has not been charged with
anything illegal.

COTTERELL 5


Aargh, its Ladybug Day


It is a sign of America's greatness that
we celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day.
Exactly why that is a sign of greatness,
I am not sure, but I have no doubt that
it is.
According to a Web posting that bills
itself as The Original Talk Like a Pirate
Day Site, this event, begun in 2002, is
officially celebrated on Sept. 19. But this
year's first known celebration occurred
on Sept. 12 in Tasmania, and other
commemorations have been scheduled
well into October.
In some corners, it is recognized as
International Talk Like a Pirate Day,
another great American idea that has
taken root around the world.
On Talk Like a Pirate Day this year,
Calvin, our 6-year-old grandson, scored
a dozen glazed doughnuts by dressing
as a pirate on TLAPD and presenting his
awesome visage at a Krispy Kreme shop,


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that gives words like aargh and avast the
respect they deserve on this special day.

Why we landlubbers celebrate pirates,
or at least talking like pirates, in the
Land of the Free and the Home of the
Brave, is uncertain.
I give at least partial credit to the fact
that before the Glazers favored Tampa
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ART
FROM PAGE 1

and proprietor of the Hair Studio and
Gallery.
Grenke is a native artist who began
her career 22 years ago as a hair and
makeup artist in movies and televi-
sion before moving back to Frostproof
and opening her hair studio where
she now displays her paintings.
She and Neher have been planning
the event since earlier this spring and
was hardly deterred by the rain. If
anything, Grenke really enjoyed it.
"I think the last time I had so much
fun playing in the rain was in the 70s
at the city dock," Grenke said.
And while the weather may have
prevented a larger turnout, the event
managed to draw the attention of a
some hardy patrons.
"I've had comments from several
people who said they had planned to
come but didn't because of the rain,"
she said. "I think if it had not been
raining, we would have done fairly
well."
Despite the rainy first start, Neher
plan to continue the art walk and
hopes that the future will bring larger
and sunnier events.
"Overall, our expectations for the
Art Walk have not changed," she said.
"We expect that the number of artists
and spectators will gradually increase



FRISBIE
FROM PAGE 4
with their presence and started the new
and improved ... well, at least the new
... Tampa Bay Bucs, their cheerleaders
were known as SwashBucklers, and
gave performances that were consis-
tently inspiring, something the Bucs
franchise badly needed on the field.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers cheer-
leaders, as they were imaginatively
renamed, still put on a pretty good
sideline show, but I long for the
SwashBucklers of yesteryear.
,-
But today's epistle is about ladybugs,
not pirates. Regular readers (patient


COTTERELL
FROM PAGE 4
Neither does it mention Game or
LaRosa. The Democrats don't want vot-
ers to focus on them. They want them
recoiling at Homer's name.
Now, the oddity. The tiny print at the
bottom of the leaflet's last page gives
the legally required notation that it
was paid for by the state party. It then
says, "The Florida Democratic Party
endorses Mia Jones, District 14, Perry


over time. This is not something that
is going to happen overnight. We are
committed to keep going until this
thing becomes a success. Our hopes
for the future are that the Art Walk will
continue to grow until it becomes a
Frostproof tradition."
An art raffle was held during the
event with three winners, each awarded
with a painting: John Boone, Diana
Biehl, and Karen Jones.
Next month's art walk will be held
Nov. 2 from 5 to 8 p.m.. Future art walks
will be held the first Friday of every
month until March.
Each month will have its own theme.
Next month's theme will be "Home
for the Holidays" and will feature a
silent auction to benefit the Frostproof
Care Center. Art for the auction will be
displayed at the Care Center two weeks
prior to the art walk.
All artists are free to participate
provided their art is suitable for public
viewing. No fees are required though
artists are asked to deduct sales tax
from their art sales.
Anyone who is interested must
contact the Frostproof Art League one
month prior to the event they wish to
participate in.
Artists who wish to participate
can contact Neher at 863-635-7271.
Businesses who wish to host the event
can contact Grenke at 863-412-7016.
For more information, visit their web-
site at http://frostproofartwalk2012.
blogspot.com.


folks that you are) have experienced
these sudden shifts in direction before.
Just as America has a Talk Like a
Pirate Day, we also have a Ladybug Day.
It will be celebrated, by those fortu-
nate few who are aware of its existence,
tomorrow, on Oct. 11, 2012, or, to
Ladybugians throughout the land, on
10/11/12.
It is that arrangement of numerals
that defines Ladybug Day, and they
only roll around four times every
century.
The next one will be on Jan. 2, 2103,
or 1/2/3. And thereafter on 4/5/6, on
7/8/9, and on 10/11/12.
If you are blessed with just a touch
of obsessive compulsive disorder
(and I heard a judge on one of the TV

Thurston for State House, District 94,
and Mark Pafford for State House,
District 86." Huh? How'd they get into
this? Jones, Thurston and Pafford are
House members from Jacksonville,
Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.
And their party certainly does endorse
them.
But why say so in a mailing to Polk
and Osceola voters? Because doing
so makes the advertisement a "three-
pack." Nominally endorsing three
Democrats constitutes "party-build-
ing," rather than an "on-behalf-of"


crime shows observe the other night,
"Aren't we all?") you can appreciate
such numerical alignments. (My friend
Mary's birthday is Dec. 12, and will be
observed this year on 12/12/12. Unless
I forget to observe it.)

Ron Gordon of Redwood City, Calif.,
who apparently has too much time on
his hands, watches for date configura-
tions like this, and e-mails cleverly
illustrated cartoons drawing attention
to them.
This year, he is conducting a contest
for the cleverest celebratory concepts
linked to Ladybug Day, an assortment
which he suggests could include draw-
ings, paintings, poems, essays, stories,
picnics, "or just bug a special friend."

expenditure for Game. Thus the law
pretends the mailing is meant to
educate voters about the Democratic
Party, which does not require the three
mentioned officeholders to be run-
ning in the counties where the flyer is
received.
Both parties use three-pack ads.
Usually, they extoll the virtues of one
candidate for 59 seconds, or on both
sides of printed materials, and then
jam two other candidates' names into
the tagline.
This mailing is unique in that it


Prizes cash awards totaling
$1,011.12 will be awarded to the
10+11+12 winning entries, which I
think comes to $30.64 apiece.
For details, you can Google Ladybug
Day 2012 Ron Gordon, where you can
read not only about Ladybug Day, but
about such other Ron Gordon datebook
anomalies as Odd Day (the last one
on 7/9/11, next appearing on 9/11/13)
and Square Root Day (coming next on
4/4/16).

(S. L. Frisbie is retired. Actually, there
is little chance that he will forget Mary's
birthday. Hasn't happened in their
first 49 years of marriage, and he's not
expecting to let it happen in the second
49, either.)

doesn't mention any candidate in the
race it seeks to influence. Instead, its
fine print cites three Democrats seek-
ing re-election in far-off districts.
Every election year produces its
quirks and oddities, even dirty tricks.
But the anti-Horner three-pack is a
weird one, even by Florida standards.

Bill Cotterell is a retired reporter who
covered government and politics for 44
years with United Press International
and the Tallahassee Democrat. He may
be reached at billcotterell@gmail.com.


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A tip of the hat to hospice fundraiser


Don't be late for this very important
date.
There is still time to purchase tickets
for the Mad Hatter Ladies Lunch and
Tea Party presented by Cornerstone
Hospice and the Ramon Theater.
The event will be on Saturday, Oct.
13 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the
Ramon Theater, 15 East Wall Street in
Frostproof. The tea will feature a host of
prizes for creativity in attendee's hats.
Tickets are $15 and are cur-
rently available by calling Kathleen at
Cornerstone Hospice at 863-291-5571
or Tina Miller at the Ramon Theater at
863-635-7222.
The event will raise funds to care for
patients with life limiting illnesses in
Frostproof.
Since 1984, Cornerstone Hospice and
Palliative Care, Inc., a not-for-profit,
community-based healthcare organiza-
tion, has provided care and services to
central Florida residents experiencing
life-limiting illnesses. The mission of


Nicole McGrath, 4, tries on her outfit
complete with her aunt's hot pink hat, in
preparation for the Mad Hatter Tea Party on
Oct. 13 at the Ramon Theater. She is confi-
dent that the combination of beads, gloves
and hat are going to win her prizes.
PHOTO PROVIDED

Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative
Care is to make quality Hospice care
available to all persons, their families,
and those affected by serious illness,
death and dying in our community;
to advocate effectively for patients'
comfort, dignity and choice; and to be
recognized as the leading resource in
clinical, ethical, and spiritual issues of
dying and grief.
A special thank you goes out.to the
event's current sponsors, Watsons'
Pharmacy and Rep. Denise Grimsley.
There are several sponsorship levels
available that offer a range of advertis-
ing advantages. Information can be


obtained by calling the Cornerstone
Hospice Foundation in Winter Haven
at 863-291-5571.


School Board concerned over November referendums

Voter approval on tax amendments may mean loss of money to schools


By STEVE STEINER
SSTEINER@POLKCOUNTYDEMOCRAT.COM
There are 11 referendums on
November's ballot, and more than
several of them are of concern to Polk
County Public Schools District board
members (if not the entire education
system statewide). Those concerns were
expressed by board member Tim Harris
at the Sept. 25 work session to Wendy
Dodge, Director of Governmental Affairs
for the schools district.
'Amendments three and eight pos-
sibly have the most impact," Dodge
told the school board. If approved,
Amendment Three State Government
Revenue Limitation would impose a
stricter formula for calculating the rev-
enue limit. It would be based on annual
population growth and inflation, instead
of personal income. Opponents fear
this would affect spending on necessary
services like schools and public safety
(according to a flyer distributed by the
League OfWomen Voters of Florida
2012 Special Edition Voter Guide), while
proponents say it is need to cap govern-
ment spending.
Amendment Eight would repeal
a 126 year old prohibition funding
religious institutions. Known as the "No
Aid" provision, states funds will not be
spent directly or indirectly in support
of any entity that promotes religion.
As it relates to school funding, in the
past, religiously-affiliated schools were
deemed ineligible. A yes vote will repeal
that restriction, which will (according
to the flyer) "allow parents to remove
students from failing public schools and


send them to private schools at taxpayer
expense." Opponents argue money will
be diverted from public schools and
blur the separation between church and
state.
"Either way, it's asking for us to reduce
services to the citizens," said Harris. His
tone of voice made it clear he was being
sarcastic.
School Board Chairwoman Hazel
Sellers asked Dodge what this would
cost if approved. Dodge said there
currently are 2.5 million students in
Florida public schools. If Amendment
Eight passes, it will raise the total to 3
million. From there, the state will have
two. choices on how to fund. Either take
the existing amount of funds and further
divide it, or add another $2 billion to the
budget.
Harris expressed concern whether
there would be language that called for
equal accountability regarding student
and school results. "Otherwise, there is
not a level playing field," he said.
Sellers called for the Board to take
an action of principle. She stated the
board has a choice whether to adopt the
resolution at the next board meeting.
She was backed in that call by Board
Member Lori Cunningham, who also
reinforced some of Harris' concerns.
Although Amendments Two, Nine and
11 were also of concern, consensus was
these three items would pass with little
opposition. All three called for addi-
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I4 T TRI- A ES


Donna LeeAnn

Moorehead
Donna LeeAnn f
Moorehead, 52,
of Frostproof
passed Oct. 6,
2012.
She is survived
by her mother
and father, Marie
Adeline Whitt
and Richard A.
Whitt of Indiana;
her husband,
Donald Lee Donna LeeAnn
Moorehead; Moorehead
brothers, Jeff Gerald Donavon of
Indiana and James Donavon of
California; sisters, Tammy of Indiana,
Kimberly of California, and Tonya
of Indiana; daughters, Tina Poe of
Frostproof andApril Sink of Lake
Wales, son, Michael J. Sink of Panama,
Fla.; seven grandchildren, Justin Sink,
Austin Sink, Mckayla Bishop, Corinne
Poe, Mark A. Poe Jr., Laighla Sink and
Dameon Pringle.
Services will be held Sunday, Oct. 13
at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of
Lake Hamilton, 825 State Road 17, Lake
Hamilton.

Barbara Jean

Walker
Barbara Jean Walker of Frostproof
passed away Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012, at
the Winter Haven Hospital. She was 74.
Marion Nelson Funeral Home
in Frostproof is handling the
arrangements.


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community through the year, not to mention their good food! The really good news? Neither of
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Turnout massive for Wright's final ceremony


By STEVE STEINER
SSTEINER@POLKCOUNTYDEMOCRAT.COM
Family, friends and professional
peers and associates, as well as people
from various other walks of life, bid
good bye Saturday, Oct. 6, to the late
Karla Foreman Wright, filling every seat
and pew in the chapel of First Baptist
Church. Knowing the turnout would be
what it was, First Baptist made avail-
able its chapel for the celebration of life
ceremony conducted by Holy Trinity
Episcopal Church.
People began arriving as early as an
hour before the 11 a.m., start. As they
arrived they began filling the parking
lots not only of the church, but those of
neighboring sites, including the park-
ing lots surrounding city hall.
As attendees made their way up the
stairs and into the chapel, set upon an
easel at the altar was a framed portrait
of Wright. A number of people made
their way to the front of the church to
view the portrait.
In addition to family, among those
participating in celebrating Judge
Wright's life and career included her
peers on the bench, such as Chief
Justice William Bruce Smith, and Justice
Peggy A. Quince, as well as those in the
legal profession.





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Following the ceremony, a reception
followed in the church fellowship hall.

About Judge Karla Wright
Wright was born Sept. 6,1949, in
Wilmington, Del. She was married 41
years to the late Dr. Victor J. Wright,
who preceded her in death earlier this
year. The couple had two sons, Jahi and
Ameer.
She attended Spelman College
and received her bachelor of arts
degree from Lincoln University in
Pennsylvania. She went on to earn a
master's degree in social work from -
Temple University in Philadelphia in
1974, and her Juris Doctorate from
Northwestern University School of Law
in Chicago in 1983.
Wright became a member of the
Florida Bar in 1984, and went into
private practice. Her public service in-
cluded being an assistant county attor-
ney in Hillsborough County; assistant
public defender in the 10th Judicial
Circuit; assistant county attorney, Polk
County; and senior attorney for the
Florida Department of Transportation.
She was appointed a judge in 2000
by then-Gov. Jeb Bush, becoming the
first black female judge in Polk County.
She won election in 2002, and in 2005
became the first black circuit court


Family, friends and peers approach the front of the church where they viewed the portrait of the
late Judge Karla Foreman Wright.


judge in the 10th Judicial Circuit. She
served seven years in that capacity. She
had recently announced her intention
to retire from the bench in January.
Throughout her career, Wright
established a reputation for fairness,
compassion and civility. She also "set
the bar high," expecting all attorneys
be prepared when they appeared
before her.
She was the recipient of many hon-
ors, including the 2012 Gertrude Rush
Award, presented by the National Bar
Association, in which she was recog-
nized for her pioneering spirit and
commitment to civil rights and equality
for all people.
Outside the courtroom, Wright (and


her late husband), were extensively
involved in the community, includ-
ing offering free legal advice to a
number of projects such as the L.B.
Brown House and the effort to save
the Historic Thompson Cigar Factory.
Both she and her husband financially
supported numerous causes.
Wright is survived by two sons, Jahi
K. (Kemba) Wright, of Orlando, and
Dr. Ameer A. (Shani) Wright, of Ormond
Beach; her parents, Charles and Nancy
foreman, of Orlando; two nephews who
she helped raise: Damien A. (Melissa)
Moses, of Bartow, and Dr. KahlilV.
(Sandra) Moses, of West Palm Beach;
six grandchildren, and a host of other
relatives and friends.


The future of the roads


County, cities to dedicate plan about new design


Mayors and representatives from all
17 Polk County municipalities and a
representative from the county will be
present at the Coleman Bush build-
ing in Lakeland on Thursday, Oct. 11,
to make a unified statement about
designing and constructing futures
roads that maximize the safety and ac-
cessibility for all Polk county residents
and visitors.
A document called the Complete
Streets policy will be authorized by the
mayors and each city, town or village
will be provided a framed copy of the
document following the signing session.
It will highlight what the future of
multi-modal transportation looks like
in Polk and how local governments are
planning for growth and various com-
munity needs.
All 17 cities signed on to the policy
,and though it does not tie them into


the Complete Streets policy it puts the
cities in concert with the plan. The
plan is to build streets in the future
that provide for safe travel, support all
modes of travel, provide convenient
access to community land uses and
help create a sense of place and livable
communities.
It will be broadcast live on PG-TV,
as well as available streaming live at
http://www.polk-county.net/pgtv.aspx.
But the event is also open the public.
The ceremony starts at 8:30 a.m.
at the Coleman Bush Building, 1104
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Lakeland
and after a tour of the Complete
Streets traits of Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. the signing ceremony is sched-
uled at 8:45 a.m.
At 9 a.m. the Transportation Planning
Organization Board meeting follows
and after that a 45-minute Complete


PHOTO PROVIDED
The intersection of Broadway and Main Street in Bartow is an example of already existing
Complete Street in Polk County.


Street workshop is to educate people
on how more complete streets are


changing the county one road, trail or
bike lane at a time.


CSX Railroad donates

$25,000 check to Harris Shelter




















PHOTO PROVIDED
CSX Corporation Inc. presented a check for $25,000 to the George Harris Youth Shelter
recently. Director Glann Parkinson said the gift was totally unexpected and came at a
great time, helping to defray the costs of the shelter's recent renovation. Present for the
check's presentation are, left to right, Andy Coble (Program Director of Youth and Family
Alternatives, Inc.), Glenn Parkinson (Director of the George Harris Youth Shelter), Chris-
tina Criser (Vice President of Major Gifts and Young Leader Engagement at United Way
of Central Florida), Mary Ann Harrel (Administrative Assistant at The Mosaic Company),
Melony Bell (Polk County Commissioner), Jennifer Haynes (DJJ Chief Probation Officer
Circuit 10), Bob O'Malley with CSX, and Julia Hermelbracht (DCF Circuit 10 Community
Development Administrator).


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BHG Jr. Elementary

holds fifth-grade

open house


Shellieann Bosley and her brother Josiah Jackson site between her grandmother, Tina Young, left,
and mother, Tonya Jackson, make an attentive quartet during the recent open house at Ben Hill
Griffin Jr. Elementary School recently. This night was for fifth-grade students, parents and teachers.

Right: Fifth-grade teacher Jennifer Antley had her room open and
available to students and teachers. Among those who listened to a
presentation were Gabby Branson, left, and her mother, Kitty.


It might not be too early to practice a little homework as Josiah tries his hand at his sister's
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State gets $9M to study citrus disease


BY TRACY X. MIGUEL
NAPLES DAILY NEWS

Southwest Florida agricultural officials
could take part in researching the most
serious threat to Florida's orange groves.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture
announced this week a $9 million
research grant to the Citrus Research
and Development Foundation in Lake
Alfred in Central Florida to study citrus
greening disease.
The grant "is great news for the
industry," said Mike Taylor, a Florida
citrus commissioner and vice president
of agriculture for Collier Enterprises in
Immokalee.
Stopping citrus greening, a bacterial
disease that attacks trees, is crucial to
the future of Florida citrus. The disease
-has caused billions of dollars in losses
over the past five years.
Citrus greening is a bacterial disease
that can weaken a tree's productivity.
"(Citrus) greening disease is a very
serious disease that could destroy
our industry," Taylor said. "We've got
to find an answer to cure or develop
resistance."
Mongi Zekri, a multicounty citrus


agent in Southwest Florida, said the
grant is available to any state researcher
who wants to apply for part of the
money.
Most groves in Southwest Florida are
infected by the disease, Zekri said, add-
ing that citrus growers are taking care of
their own groves. Growers are spending
more money to control the disease by
using a fertilizer feeding process called
foliar nutrition, Zekri said, and trees still
are producing citrus.
"Citrus growers are managing the
disease very well," Zekri said.
Zekri estimates that growers are
spending more than $500 per acre
to manage citrus greening, on top of
$1,500 per acre for regular citrus grove
maintenance.
"Most of the growers have said they
are doing a very good job and their
groves are keeping them in business,"
Zekri said.
The $9 million will come from
the USDA's Specialty Crop Research
Initiative, a Farm Bill program designed
to promote specialty crop research.
The grant will support a five-year proj-
ect, submitted by the Citrus Research
and Development Foundation, a


nonprofit corporation organized under
Florida law as a direct service organiza-
tion of the University of Florida.
Its goal is to explore ways to halt
greening by stopping the ability of in-
sects to spread the disease from infected
trees to healthy ones. Greening, also
known in Chinese as huanglongbing
or HLB, is spread by tiny insects called
psyllids.
Research will include the use of bio-
logical controls to neutralize the Asian
Citrus Psyllid, the small bug that carries
HLB, according to a Florida Citrus
Mutual statement.
Zekri said the grant will be distributed
throughout the country for citrus green-
ing research focused on the biological
control of citrus psyllids.
Moreover, Zekri said the recent grant
is really good for other states that are
producing citrus, as well, not just for
Florida.
It has spread rapidly since first
discovered in Florida in August 2005.
Zekri said the disease was discovered in
2006 in commercial areas in Southwest
Florida.
Citrus greening threatens to destroy
more than a million commercial citrus


acres that have an annual production
value of about $3 billion across the
nation. For the past six years, it is esti-
mated to have cost Florida $3.6 billion
in lost orange juice production and
jobs:
Yearly losses could reach $10 billion
if citrus greening is left unchecked,
according to the U.S. Department
of Agriculture's prepared statement.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack's an-
nouncement of Florida's citrus research
grant was one of the $46 million in
new and continuing grants through the
Specialty Crop Research Initiative, which
supports the specialty crop industry by
developing and disseminating science-
based tools to address the needs of
specific crops.
"This is a tremendous opportunity to
advance research into citrus greening so
we can save our $9 billion industry," said
Michael Sparks, executive vice president
and CEO of Florida Citrus Mutual, in a'
statement.
The recent $9 million grant adds to
the $2 million the USDA awarded to the
Agricultural Research Service center
in Fort Pierce earlier this year to study
greening.


39-mile Scenic yard sale offers 'buy, buy, buy' opportunities


The fifth annual 39-Mile Yard Sale
will be on Saturday, Nov. 3 from
8 a.m.-2 p.m. Bargain-hunters will find
all sorts of "treasures" along the Ridge
Scenic Highway (State Rte. 17) between
Frostproof and Haines City. Residents
as well as businesses along the route are
setting up sales tables offering a wide
array of "finds" for the canny shopper.
According to Susan Welborn, the chair
of the event, "People from all over the.
region drive the drive and buy, buy,
buy!"
She added that she and a team of
people from the Ridge Scenic Highway
Management Entity came up with
the annual yard sale as a way to build
economic activity along the historic
route which connected the east Polk
cities and communities of Frostproof,
Hillcrest Heights, Babson Park, Lake
Wales, Lake of the Hills, Dundee and
Haines City.
"It is such a beautiful road of roll-
ing hills, marked with beautiful lakes,
gorgeous citrus groves, charming towns,


historic buildings, and gracious "old
Florida" homes ... and we want people
to see it all and find some bargains
along the way," she noted.
Diana Webster-Biehl, a committee
member added "any resident living on
the route can set up a yard on Nov. 3
and take advantage of the 'shopping
and stopping' traffic. If your clutter is
getting to you, now is the time to gather
it up, clear it out of closets, cabinets
and the garage, clean it up and get it all
ready to sell."
There are also "community locations"
for area residents or vendors who don't
have property along the route to set up
items for sale. There is a $10 charge for
spaces in the community locations in
downtown Frostproof (east Wall Street),
Babson Park (across from Webber
University), Lake Wales (CSX Trailhead)
and Dundee (Dundee Feed & Farm
Supply).
Additional organization sales sites to
date include St. Anne Catholic Church
in Haines City, a special location at a


Kids Tag Art celebrates seventh year


Of course, leave it to Polk County's
art teachers to be creative. Surely this
past year's Kids Tag Art is a perfect
example of the superior art instruction
occurring around the county for fifth-
graders who are participating in the
seventh year of this program launched
by the Polk County Tax Collector's
Office.
"When you look at the use of spe-
cialized mediums now employed in
arts classrooms around the county,"
Joe Tedder explains, "you can't help
but see the impact this program is
having in both giving art teachers'
discretionary funds for use in the
classroom while also inspiring them to
teach to their full potential."
Kids Tag Art also helps teachers
connect the dots between inspiring
creativity in kids and nurturing suc-
cessful, innovative young leaders. In
the past year, as part of their $25,000
donation, Southern Homes gave out
monetary awards to teachers at their
August Kickoff. Teachers received $100
gift certificates to Hobby Lobby if their
student won a special design award or
if their school had the most improved
tag sales.
Kids Tag Art is a school art program


PHOTO PROVIDED


Karsyn Collins, Spessard Holland Elementary
works on a drawing.

originated in Polk County by the Tax
Collector's Office. It inspires fifth-grade
art students to learn about and design
their own vehicle vanity plate art and in
the process, raises supplemental mon-
ies for classroom art supplies. The Tax
Collector's Office has hosted Kids Tag
Art for the past six years, and to date,
more than $122,000 has been raised for
classroom art supplies.
Last year, Kids Tag Art expanded into
Highlands and Charlotte counties.


residence in Lake Hamilton, Lake of
the Hills Community Center (north of
Lake Wales), Lake Wales Care Center,
Lake Wales Association of Realtors, The
Babson Park Women's Club, and the
Ridge Audobon Center in Babson Park.
Several businesses along the route are
also setting up special sidewalk sales.
This sale is organized by the Ridge
Scenic Highway Corridor Management
Entity to bring people from the re-
gion to the communities along the
Ridge Scenic Highway, stimulating
the .economy and exposing them to
the unique vistas of the Ridge Scenic
Highway. Economists say that 85
visitors bring one job to the area. This
event really makes an impact and draws
visitors from all over the region.
This event is sponsored by Ben
Hill Griffin, Inc., Bok Tower Gardens,


Edward Jones Investments, Florida's
Natural, Hunt Bros., Lake Wales Care
Center, Lake of the Hills Community
-Club, Sun Coast Media Group
(Frostproof News, Lake Wales News, Your
Haines City Herald), the Ridge Audubon
Center, Wirt's Nursery, the Babson Park
Women's Club, the City of Frostproof,
the Town of Hillcrest Heights, the Town
of Highland Park, the City of Lake Wales,
the Town of Dundee, and Haines City.
If you have any questions or wish to
reserve a spot at one of the community
locations, please contact one Welborn
at 863-638-7308, or Webster-Biehl at
863-605-4564
You can also learn more about the
event and the many visual and cultural
assets along the Ridge Scenic Highway
at www.ridgescenichighway.com and on
the Ridge Scenic Highway.


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First Friday Artwalk will try again Nov.


2


Artist Mariela Freire helps Heather Hess decide which hair clip to purchase for her daughter,
Destiny. All goods and art works on display were created by local artists.


..

PHOTOS BY RAY LYNN DEASE .
Art Neher examines some of the elegant work
created by Mary Ellen Van Wijk. The inaugural "- ',
Frostproof Artwalk, held Friday, was cut short K'.
by rain. Artists will try again on Friday, Nov. 2.
An event is planned each first Friday of the Robert MacMillan set up some of his impressive
month through spring, pieces of art near the Roscoe cafe.


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The rain didn't deter Cliff Bransford, who took his work inside to complete during the rain-
abbreviated First Friday Artwalk event last week.


Martha Dease takes a moment to stop in front of the Frostproof Art League building to admire
the works of local artist Martha Neher, a League member who helped organize the first-ever
Frostproof Artwalk event.



NOTICE OF ANNEXATION
Public Hearing
Lake Wales City Commission
Municipal Building- 201 W. Central Avenue
October16, 2012

Notice is hereby given that the Lake Wales City Commission will hold PUBLIC HEARING on
Ordinance as titled below providing for the ANNEXATION of approximately 35.6 acres of ter-
ritory located on Bellview Drive and 11th Street South contiguous to the incorporated territory
of the City of Lake Wales.

Complete legal descriptions of the property and copies of the ordinance in its entirety may be
obtained from the City Clerk during regular working hours.

The PUBLIC HEARING on the proposed ordinance will be held at 6:00 P.M. or soon thereafter
on October 16 2012 in the Commission Chambers at the Municipal Administration Building,
201 W. Central Avenue, Lake Wales, Florida, at which time the City Commission will consider
their adoption into law. All interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect
to the proposed ordinance.

ORDINANCE 2012-19
(Annexation San Juan Citrus Property Belleview Dr. and 11th St. S.)

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ANNEXATION OF APPROXIMATELY 35.6
ACRES OF TERRITORY, CONTIGUOUS TO THE INCORPORATED TERRITORY OF
THE CITY OF LAKE WALES, SHOWN ON "ATTACHMENT A" AND SPECIFICALLY
DESCRIBED HEREIN; GIVING THE CITY OF LAKE WALES JURISDICTION OVER
THE LAND ANNEXED; PROVIDING FOR TAXATION OF THE TERRITORY AN-
NEXED; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


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matter considered at such hearing, he will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose
he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

The City Commission may continue the public hearing to other dates and times, as they deem
necessary. Any interested party shall be advised that the dates, times, and place of any continu-
ation of these or continued public hearings shall be announced during the hearing and that no
further notices regarding these matters will be published.

Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should
contact the City Clerk 48 hours in advance of the meeting at (863) 678-4182. Ext. 228.
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PHOTOS BY K.M. THORNTON SR.
Many high school students affectionately refer to Frostproof Middle Senior High School history
teacher Deanna Jaroszeski as "Mrs. J."


TEACHER
FROM PAGE 1

her career.
"Mrs. Coleman was the teacher for
the one year I got to go to school the
entire year and I really liked her class,"
Jaroszeski said. "She was the one that
I remember the most about going to
school; in fact, she's pretty much the
only teacher I remember by name."
Because her father was a Navy
weapons inspector, her family frequently
moved. She and her sister Ronna Wright
had attended nine different schools
when she graduated from Aberdeen
High School in Maryland in 1982.
After working as an office manager
in Virginia and an insurance agent in
Florida, she went on to attend the
University of South Florida to pursue her
teaching career.
Originally she wanted to be a special
education teacher and instruct physical-
ly-disabled children, but while attending
her college courses, she began to lean
more towards history education.
"I'm basically a history geek," she said.
Her love of history developed while
she was in high school during her stay
and visits in Maryland with her grand-
parents, which allowed her to live near
Washington, D.C., and visit the national
landmarks and museums.
She changed her major, and in
December 1997, graduated with her
bachelor's degree in Social Studies
Education.
The following year she began her
career at Frostproof Middle-Senior High
where she has been teaching history
since.
She married Robert "Bob" Jaroszeski
and together they raised her daughter
Ashlei Salsbery.
She would balance her full-time job
with raising her daughter and attend-
ing graduate school at USF where
she earned her master's degree in
Educational Leadership in 2010.
"I have no plans for leadership, but I
want to be prepared just in case the time
ever came, and to make sure that I had
what I needed to do that," she said.
During her career, she has attended
numerous seminars which helped her
not only improve her own career, but
those of other history teachers within
the Polk County district.
The first seminar she attended was
"Teaching American History with a
Florida Flavor," a three-year program
funded through the National Council of
History Education.
The seminar not only allowed her to
travel to countless historical sites and
locations across Florida, but also to visit
areas and accomplish things inacces-
sible to tourists.
"We had tour guides to historical sites


and we actually got to do things that
regular people going to the museums
wouldn't be able to do like going into
the back curator's area and we've been
able to go into a lot of vaults at several
museums," she said.
For another educational grant, she
and other educators traveled to the an-
nual conference of the Florida Council
of Social Studies in Orlando and to other
national conventions across the country
to deliver presentations on Document
Based Questions, a teaching method
for reading and analyzing historical
documents.
Jaroszeski was privileged to work
with the Smithsonian Institute as an
educational advisor. For two years, she
and seven other educators, who were
selected from 800 potential candidates,
collaborated on an on-line project
called "Oh Freedom." The end result
was a Smithsonian Web page launched
last December with lesson plans and
resources on the civil rights movement
from colonial to modern times (www.
africanamericanart.si.edu).
"The feedback for the website has
been very good," she said.
Earlier this summer, she was accepted
to two summer seminars that she had
applied to.
One was the "Women from the
Colonial and Modern Era" seminar, that
would have allowed her to stay at Mount
Vernon and visit surrounding areas, but
due to important career obligations,
she was unable to attend. The Mount
Vernon Foundation has assured her that
she would be able to attend the seminar
next year.
The seminar she did attend was the
"Lincoln and Emancipation" seminar
held by the Gilder Lehrman Institute
of American History at Columbia
University in New York City.
During the seminar she attended
classes and lectures and visited loca-
tions such as the NewYork Historical
Society, where she was able to hold the
original Thirteenth Amendment to the
Constitution and read a series of letters
from a young Union solider.
Even after 15 years of teaching, she
still manages to learn new things. For
example, at this seminar, she learned
that Lincoln had written three versions
of the Emancipation Proclamation, one
for a more educated audience, and one
for a less educated one.
She also learned that, contrary to
her original belief, Lincoln's original
intention with the war was to preserve
the union rather than abolish slavery,
though he eventually came around to
doing both.
During her career, Jaroszeski has col-
lected more than two file cabinets and
16 GB of material from these seminars
for her own classroom, though she also
uses what she has learned to assist other


teachers in the district.
"The people who run these seminars
check to see whether you just get stuff
for your own classroom or if you use it
to develop programs for other teach-
ers at your school or district," she said.
"So they choose you to do this and use
the material you receive from them to
develop a presentation to help teachers
locally."
Every month, she collaborates with
other Polk County history and advanced
placement teachers to discuss their
teaching methods and develop their
curriculum.
Her dedication as an educator was
rewarded in 2009 when she was con-
ferred Teacher of the Year for Frostproof


There's a
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good at
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Middle-Senior High.
"I was thoroughly stunned by it, and
it still surprises me," she said. "I never
thought I would be teacher of the year,
especially in Frostproof because it's such
a small community school."
But to her, the greatest reward will
always be when a student of hers
remembers what she has taught them.
"I really enjoy that a lot because it
makes me know that the kids got some-
thing out of my class and that they really
learned something from me," she said.
"It's hard to describe how good it makes
you feel when you know you've given
something to that kid that they will keep
with them the rest of their life. It's almost
priceless."


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Denise brings a common-sense approach to the issues facing Florida.


Denise graduated from South Florida Community College, Polk Community College, and
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Frostproof within one point of shattering streak


BY BRIAN ACKLEY
NEWS@FORTMEADELEADER.COM
It's been 13 years since the Fort
Meade Miners lost a district football
game. And Friday night they played
late into the evening, dodging the rain
drops, to try and keep that streak alive.
And the Frostproof Bulldogs were
giving the host Miners all they could
handle, and then some, in trying to
break that streak.
But, with just over three minutes to
play in the fourth quarter, Fort Meade
rallied to take a 17-16 lead, and hold on
for the win.
It was the first district game for both
teams.
So far this season, the 2-3 Bulldogs
have lost their three games by a total
of 12 points, including two one-point
losses.
"We're getting better and better every
week, and we're playing better compe-
tition every week," Head Coach Price
Harris said. "I love the kids we've got.
They're great kids, and they're going
to continue to get better because they
have a lot of drive in them."
The Bulldogs got what looked like
it might be the winning points Friday
with 5:34 to play in the game when
Xavier Gaines, normally the team's
quarterback, lined up in the backfield
on the Miner three yard line and took
the handoff around right end. The
two-point conversion try was good to
give Frostproof a 16-10 lead. The score
was set up by a 47-yard Xavier Gaines
to Daniel Knighten bomb to the Fort
Meade 18.


But the Miners drove the length
of the field in their next possession,
topped by a 23-yard touchdown pass to
Tobias Culpepper to retake the lead for
good.
"We're not happy with a 2-3 record,
but we feel like we're where we want to
be except we've got three losses," Harris
added. "The effort is there. We're right
on the verge, we just have to make a
couple more plays. We clear up a few
mistakes and good things are going to
happen for this football team."
Getting the line on track has helped
the offense be more effective, although
sometimes the unit's overall youth still
shows.
"The line's really come together,
they've always been a strength. We've
got them in the right positions, that's
been the thing, trying to get the right
mix, and now we're starting to gel as a
unit," Harris said.
The first half was a slug-fest back and
forth, and lots of bend but don't break
defense, with the Miners scoring on
their first possession of the night.
It was all D.J. Clark, literally, as the
Miners started at their own 50 after a
short opening kickoff was returned by
Devin McCalebb. Clark got all 50 yards
on his own -- Jay Smith did have one
QB sneak that was stopped for now
gain on the one-foot line -- to lift Fort
Meade to a 7-0 lead with 7:24 to play in
the first quarter.
Clark carried seven times on the
drive, including runs of 18 and 12
yards. He punched it over on a third-
and-goal from the one foot line, and
Jack Cortez nailed the extra point.


PHOTOS BY K.M. THORNTON SR.
Devin McCalebb fights for yardage Friday night in Fort Meade as the Miners hosted rival Frostproof.


But Frostproof answered right back
with an 80-yard drive and two-point
conversion to take the lead. Xavier
Gaines found Knighten well behind the
Fort Meade secondary, and on the run
lofted a beautifully thrown ball into his
waiting hands for a 63 yard touchdown
strike. Gaines lined up in the backfield
on the two-point conversion try, and
the took the hand off around right
end for an 8-7 lead with just over four
minutes to go in the first quarter.
A Chris Morris interception set up


the only other score of the first half
when he picked off Xavier Gaines and
returned it to the Frostproof 45.
The Miners drove to the Bulldog
seven key plays included a nine-yard
pass to Clark and a 12-yard pass to
Morris before the drive stalled and
Cortez was true from 25-yards out for a
10-8 Fort Meade lead with a little over a
minute to go before intermission.
Frostproof almost took the lead


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though in the final minute of the half,
driving to the Fort Meade 11 before
Ryan Fulse sacked Xavier Gaines on
what turned out to be the final play of
the second quarter.
Heavy rain storms delayed the start
of the game until about 7:40 p.m.
When it started, there was still a light
but nonetheless steady rain falling;
however, the precipitation stopped for
the most part midway through the first
quarter. A light ran began to fall again
at the start of the third quarter.
Although there were a fair amount of
flags in the first half, neither team had
big trouble handling the football de-
spite the inclement weather. Frostproof
rolled up more than 160 yards offense
while Fort Meade had a little better
than 120 yards.
Fort Meade came into the game
4-1, having lost its first game of the
season last Friday at Ridge Community.
Frostproof came into the game 2-2,
having lost its two most recent games,
one against Desoto and the other at
home against Mulberry. The last time
the Bulldogs made the short trip west


on U.S. 98, in 2010, they upset the
then No. 1 ranked Miners, 36-35, in
overtime.
The Miners will be off next week, and
are back in action Friday, Oct. 19 in
another district contest when they host
Lakeland Christian.
Frostproof, which came into last
night's game off its bye week, will be
back at Faris Brannen Stadium next
Friday when they host Hardee in a
7 p.m. start.


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Frostproof's Kaleel Gaines finds some room to
rumble during first half action Friday night in
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Health Management of

Dogs (and cats)


A recent retrospective (30 years)
of health care parameters of dogs
revealed that preventative dental care
and weight management were the two
most important factors that affected
longivity in dogs. My experience
includes cats as well.
Dental disease starts with a build-
up of scale and tartar, mostly of the
upper cheek teeth. Subsequent gin-
givitis will soon lead to periodontal
infection, which results in septic
(blood stream infection) showers of
bacteria from the mouth, down the
jugular vein directly to the heart. The
resultant infection of the heart valves
results in scar tissue (endocarditis)
and leakage of the valves. Congestive
heart failure with fluid in the lungs
and a significant decrease in life span
results. It is a more prevalent problem
in small breeds, but can be an issue
for any dog. While special "tooth"
diets and treats, and routine "brush-
ing" will help, I strongly recommend
that our pets have an annual veteri-
nary exam, including an oral exam,
to determine if a dental ultrasonic
cleaning is indicated. Preventative
oral care will significantly increase
life span.
Weight management, specifi-
cally prevention of obesity, is equally
important in extending the life span
of our pets. In this case it seems that
the larger breeds are more readily
affected. The main concern is with
the skeleton (joints and spine), while


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Thomas B. Schotman DVM

diabetes, liver problems, heart disease
and other health issues can result from
excess body fat. In Veterinary Col-
lege (UF), the nutritionist stated that
if the ribs are visible at rest, that
animal is underconditioned, while the
ribs should be easily felt with gentle
palpation in normal body condition.
I have found that 3 to 4 dogs out of
5 are overconditioned. Spaying and
neutering do effect the metabolic rates
of our pets, which means that they
need a decrease in the volume of food
they receive. While calorie restricted
foods and treats are beneficial, I have
had the best results with a gradual and
progressive, pro-active, decrease in
the total food volume. It is important
that the total diet is balanced for all
the nutrients. Your veterinarian can
help manage your pets weight and
thereby increase your pets life span.

Thomas B. Schotman DVM
Lake Wales Veterinary Hospital
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SAnimals depend on us to take care of them.
They are like childern they can not take care
of themselves.


When GOD CREATED animals his intention
was for us to have a loving and caring
relationship with them. NOTTO NEGLECT
AFTER THEM.


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presents the 2nd annual


Friday, October 19th from 6-8pm.


Strutt your Mutt during Mainstreet
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The Humane Society of Polk County and Lucky Dog K9 Training Presents: .
AGILITY CLASSES
Class Date: October 27, 2012 at 8:00am
Cost: $85.00 for 7 weeks
Class Location: The Humane Society, 555 Sage Rd, Winter Haven, FL 33881
Contact: Humane Society 863-324-5227/ Lucky Dog K9 863-289-1138 HUMANE
THERAPY DOG PREP CLASS
Class Date: October 27th at 10:30am
Cost: $85.00 for the 7 week course SOCIETY
Class Location: The Humane Society, 555 Sage Rd; Winter Haven, FL 33881 of Polk County
Contact: Humane Society 863-324-5227/ Lucky Dog K9 863-289-1138
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Meet Dottie! She is a one year old Lucy is a one year pit mix. She loves
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Page 18 Frostproof News October 10, 2012


Lady Bulldogs avenger


early season loss to


Mulberry


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PHOTOS BY K.M. THORNTON SR.
Kayla Reed goes goes up to make this shot during junior varsity volleyball action in Frostproof
last week. The JV team is having a very good year, and it showed against a tough Mulberry
team, as Frostproof won the match in two close games. Teammates Solymar Rodriguez, left, and
Loureen Rodriguez look on.


With her back to the net, Solymar Rodriguez makes this return during a junior varsity volleyball
match in Frostproof last week. The Lady Bulldogs defeated the JV Lady Panthers, 25-20 and
26-24.


Solymar Rodriguez sets up this point as teammates Gabrielle Yost (16) and Nieci Chavez stady ready
to help during junior varsity volleyball play in Frostproof last week.


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Destiny Green reaches for this shot during girl's varsity volleyball action last week when Mulberry
visited Frostproof. Teammate Masey Rodriguez looks on.The Lady Bulldog won a tight and
thrilling three-game match by scores of 25-23, 25-20 and 26-24.


October 10, 2012


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Rotary Club grows,

honors two Frostproof students


'Food for fines' at library
The Latt Maxcy Memorial Library will
conduct "Food for Fines" during the
month of October.
"Food for Fines" is a fines amnesty
program, which provides patrons the
opportunity to "pay" overdue fines with
a donation of food to the Library. Non-
perishable food collected in this drive
will go to the Frostproof Care Center's
Food Pantry Program.
Overdue materials may be returned
with at least five non-perishable food
items, or outstanding fines owed may
be "paid" with the same donation.
The library will accept materials,
no matter how long overdue. Overdue
materials from any Polk County Library
Cooperative site may be returned dur-
ing "Food for Fines." Lost or damaged
materials are exempt from this amnesty
program.
Bring your long overdue books and
your donated non-perishable food
items to the library today and clear
your library card. This is a great way to
help others in need. For more informa-
tion on participating in this program
call the library, 863-635-7857.


I ARRESTS

Oct. 6
Kelly Hughes, 23, of S. 209 Scenic
Hwy., Frostproof-- charged with
possession of marijuana and posses-
sion of paraphernalia.
Stephenie Lockhart, 25, of 10404
Hwy. 27, Frostproof- charged with
violation of probation.

Oct. 7
Stacy Gregg, 29, of 14 E Street,
Frostproof charged with burglary,
grand theft larceny, dealing in stolen
property and fraud.





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The Frostproof Rotary Club kicked off a second year of its "Building a Better
Bulldog" monthly honor recently by recognizing Erica Bumbalough, who
earlier this summer was picked to represent Frostproof on a trip to Wash-
ington D.C. sponsored through the office of Congressman Dennis Ross. She
is shown getting her plaque from Past President Brian Ackley. The awards
program, which started last year thanks to a grant from Florida's Natural,
recognizes a Frostproof High School student who might not otherwise be
honored for their contributions to the school and community.


The Frostproof Rotary Club honors a "Teen of the Month," an exceptional
senior at Frostproof Middle Senior High School. September's honoree is
Reggie Allen, left, who is a member of the Bulldogs varsity football team.
Presenting the plaque is Rotary Club member Mary Ruth Wilson. Allen plans
on attending college next year and hopes to continue his football career.


The Frostproof Rotary Club continues to grow with the addition of its newest
member, Frostproof Elementary School Principal Dart Meyers, right, who
was installed at a meeting in September. Doing the honors, presenting
Meyers with his Rotary pin, is immediate Past President T.R. Croley.


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NOTICE OF ANNEXATION
Public Hearing
Lake Wales City Commission
Municipal Building- 201 W. Central Avenue
October 16, 2012
Notice is hereby given that the Lake Wales City Commission will hold PUBLIC HEARING on
Ordinance as titled below providing for the ANNEXATION of approximately 60 acres of terri-
tory located west of the Lake Wales Municipal Airport contiguous to the incorporated territory
of the City of Lake Wales.
A complete legal descriptions of the property and copies of the ordinance in its entirety may be
obtained from the City Clerk during regular working hours.
The PUBLIC HEARING on the proposed ordinance will be held at 6:00 P.M. or soon thereafter
on October 16, 2012 in the Commission Chambers at the Municipal Administration Building,
201 W. Central Avenue, Lake Wales. Florida, at which time the City Commission will consider
their adoption into law. All interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect
to the proposed ordinance.
ORDINANCE 2012-20
(Annexation City of Lake Wales, Airport Runway Extension Property)
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ANNEXATION OF APPROXIMATELY 60
ACRES OF TERRITORY, CONTIGUOUS TO THE INCORPORATED TERRITORY OF
THE CITY OF LAKE WALES, SHOWN ON "ATTACHMENT A" AND SPECIFICALLY
DESCRIBED HEREIN; GIVING THE CITY OF LAKE WALES JURISDICTION OVER
THE LAND ANNEXED; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.







273005 73004 270 03







Municipal Airport

A4 Property to be annexed

273008 60 acres 273009 273 10




If any person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any
matter considered at such hearing, he will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose
he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made. which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
The City Commission may continue the public hearing to other dates and times, as they deem
necessary. Any interested party shall be advised that the dates, times, and place of any continu-
ation of these or continued public hearings shall be announced during the hearing and that no
further notices regarding these matters will be published.
Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should
contact the City Clerk 48 hours in advance of the meeting at (863) 678-4182, Ext. 228.


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Last-minute state House candidate visits Lake Wales


By BILL ROGERS
BROGERS @LAKEWALESNEWS.COM
Frostproof voters have an interesting
choice in picking a representative to
the Florida house of representatives
when they go to the polls next month: a
candidate that currently doesn't live in
the district against one who's name isn't
even on the ballot.
Mike LaRosa said it.twice last week
that he is not a politician, and he wasn't
doing any fast-talking.
' LaRosa, who is running for the state
House of Representatives District 42
seat, has never been a candidate for
elected office. He gave his first politi-
cal speech last Monday in Lake Wales.
LaRosa, a Republican from Celebration,
is a late replacement for Mike Horner.
Horner resigned last week amid an
investigation of an alleged brothel
owner in Orlando.
Although Homer was named in an
indictment, he has not been arrested.
LaRosa's name will not appear on
the ballot in the November election
because it has already been printed.
There will be a sign in the voting booth
that says in effect that a vote for Mike
Homer is a vote for Mike LaRosa.
District 42 includes Osceola County
and part of eastern Polk.
Democrat Eileen Game is running
against LaRosa. She is a registered voter
in Highlands County, according to
paperwork filed with the state elections
office, but she said last Tuesday she is
getting ready to move into a house in
Frostproof. Her campaign is using a
post office box address in Frostproof.
LaRosa said he is up to the challenge.
"I'm a family man, I'm a neighbor I'm


By BILL ROGERS
BROGERS@LAKEWALESNEWS.COM
More than half of Polk County's
visitors are Floridians followed
by people from the "New York-
Michigan-Florida triangle" and
adults make up two-thirds of Polk's
visitors.
Those numbers and a bunch more
were revealed in a comprehensive
study conducted earlier this year
by Randall Travel Marketing. The
company's Judy Randall made a
presentation in Polk on Sept. 21.
The objective of the study is to
continue to develop a strategic mar-
keting plan "to effectively position
and market Polk Cointy, Florida, as
a travel and tourism destination of
choice."
Research was done in the county
from March through August of
this year. Randall staff did recon-
naissance and mystery shopping,
interviewed more than 200 people
and put together lodging property
and attraction manager surveys.
Recommendations were also in-
cluded in the study.
Comments were included about
most of the county's municipalities.
"Lake Wales looks great. While the
Grand Hotel is still not restored, the
rest of the downtown area looks clean
and alive with residents and visitors
enjoying the shops. This has to be one
of the friendliest places in Florida. We
found ourselves consistently smiling
at local residents who engaged us,
asked us where we were from and
encouraged us to visit area sites."
Bartow and Frostproof didn't fare
as well in the study.
"Bartow is a combination of busi-
ness and government buildings. This


a father, I'm a businessman. I'm not a
politician ..." LaRosa said during a rally
attended by a small group of people in
front of City Hall in Lake Wales. (I'm)
"probably not the best speaker and you
know I'm not polished but I know what
it takes to be successful."
The 30-year-old owner of LaRosa
Realty said he wants to take a small
business mentality to Tallahassee.
"Tallahassee has not been there for
us," he said. "Tallahassee has been
spending. They are not faced with
the decisions you and I have to make
both in our personal life, maybe in our
business if we are business owners, and
maybe for the company we work for.
Maybe (the reason) we are sweating at
nights is there going to be more cuts.
"But Tallahassee seems to be doing
everything fine," LaRosa said. "Things
haven't changed for them. They are
still spending ... yet we're facing those
tough decisions.
LaRosa said he will take what he has
learned from being a businessman
to Tallahassee and show them "guess
what, we still have to cut."
If elected, LaRosa said he wants to
make Florida a business-friendly state.
"the way it was designed to be, the way
it once was."
LaRosa said he is not scared because
he believes he has support in the
community.
"We have a long, hard but yet short
campaign in front of us," he said, draw-
ing laughter from the crowd. "We are
faced with challenges that most people
don't want to step up to do.
"I've been there," he added.
"I've had to meet deadlines and
I've had to increase sales to keep the


is not a town of significant visitor
interest."
"Frostproof has changed little
since our 2003 visit. The vintage
car collection is now O'Hare
Restorations and is a formal visitor
attraction."
Visits were also made to the
visitors centers in the county and
the remarks about Lake Wales were
complimentary.
"The Lake Wales Visitor Center
staff was friendly and helpful," the
study said. "They were diligent in
suggesting things to see and do in
Lake Wales primarily but also sug-
gested attractions in Polk County.
While no reference to lodging was
made, they made sure we had a
visitor guide and map."
The lodging numbers showed that
Polk has approximately 7,014 lodging
rooms with a total of 91 active lodg-
ing properties, Sixty-seven percent
of the county's lodging inventory
was built prior to 1999. A majority of
the lodging properties (54.1 percent)
are considered older.
The months of February, March
and April consistently have the
highest occupancies of each year,
according to the study. August and
September are consistently the low-
est occupancies each year.
Weekends including Friday and
Saturday nights are consistently the
busiest lodging period. Sunday and
Monday are the slowest.
The study indicated that busi-
ness travelers account for almost
one-fourth of the over-night stays
in Polk. Group travel represents an
overall average of 18.4 percent and
convention and meeting travel-
ers account for 15.2 percent of the
overall market mix.


Mike LaRosa gestures as he talks during a rally last week in front of Lake Wales City Hall. LaRosa
is running for the Florida House of Representatives District 42 seat.


doors open."
Born in South Florida, LaRosa said he
moved to Osceola County when he was


15. He is a graduate of the University
of Central Florida. He is married with
three children.


DECISION



2012


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Horizons Elementary participating in new nutrition program


By STEVE STEINER
SSTEINER@YOURHAINESCITYHERALD.COM

School is never out for the summer
for those who are in its employ. From
top to bottom, from the superin-
tendent to those who keep school
buildings functioning, summer is
the opportunity to prepare for the
following school year, and that often
involves change.
The new school year is now slightly
more than one month old. While
many parents and guardians and
students are aware of the many
changes, such as new teachers,
principals and assistant or associate
vice principals, they may be unaware
of something else, something just as
vital to learning: Good nutrition.
While summer was in session,
members of the Polk County School
Nutrition staff were hard at work,
learning new national health guide-
lines as set forth by the Healthy,
Hunger Free-Kids Act of 2010;
legislation intended to combat child-
hood obesity and improving child
nutrition.
One school in particular has em-
barked upon an ambitious program
to have its students do more than en-
joy healthier meals. It has instituted
a program to offer a well-developed,
rounded program that incorporates
both meals and exercise, in an effort
to combat youth obesity.
The students at Horizons
Elementary School, Davenport, are
the beneficiaries of a $4,402 Team
Nutrition Go for the Challenge
Healthy Schools Project sub-grant.
The grant was distributed by the
Florida Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services Office of
Food, Nutrition and Wellness.
It is the only school in Polk County
participating, and it came about as
the result of school nutrition man-
ager Karen Dumke and her supervi-
sor, Katie Taylor. It began with an
email.
"It was sent to me through the
United States Department of
Agriculture," said Dumke. After
she and Taylor reviewed the grant
proposal, they agreed this was
something worth pursuing. However,
in order to proceed they had to enlist
the assistance of those in the phys-
ed department and, most important,
Principal Ruth Reimer.
It was quick. We had two weeks to
get it together."
Mission accomplished
Despite the narrow window of
opportunity, Dumke, Taylor and the
others pulled it together. Their grant
application was approved.
As part of the grant, the staff
at Horizon Elementary received
comprehensive technical assistance
and training in order to encourage
healthy, lifelong eating habits and
physical activity among students.


That is a crucial component, said
Susan Ehrhart, director of school
nutrition for Polk County Public
Schools.
"We have a high obesity rate in
Polk County," she said. Part of the
challenge getting students on the
path to a healthy lifestyle is that "69
percent qualify for free or reduced
meals." As a result, when students
are at home, they often may not have
the access to healthier foods, instead
having to select or be served foods
that are highly processed.
While the menus are the same at
Horizon as are at other schools, there
are some differences.
"The main dish is made from quick
scratch," said Ehrhart. "We add the
other ingredients." For example,
brown rice is purchased, not white
rice. Plus there is the farm to school
program, in which fresh fruits and
vegetables that are locally grown are
made available.
"We just 'tweaked it' (at Horizons),"
said Dumke. "Just small changes."
Those changes include increasing
the numberof fresh fruits and
vegetables served. It is the same
model as employed switching from
white to brown rice. "Instead of
white flour tortillas, we now use
whole wheat. Not only is it healthier,
it tastes better and the kids don't
notice the difference."
Dumke is proud Horizons
Elementary is participating in the
program. Serving proper meals to
students is a calling to her.
"I've been a school nutrition man-
ager four years at Horizon," she said.
Prior to that, she was an intern. Plus
it runs in her family. "My mother,
Betty Carver, was a school nutri-
tion assistant for 17 years at Garner
Elementary, in Auburndale."
However, Dumke's entry into the
profession was as a result of her
two children. After the first one was
born, she wanted a job in which she
had flexibility, especially being able
to pick up her child from school.
Being a school nutrition employee
provided her that opportunity. Then
something occurred.
"It became a passion for me, pre-
paring healthy and delicious meals
for school children," said Dumke.
"More than I ever thought it would
be."
The program will be monitored
and measured several times through-
out the year. In addition to midyear
and end-of-year surveys of students
and staff, Horizons will have to
apply for the Healthier U.S. Schools
Challenge Award at the Gold Level
(http://teamnutrition.usda.gov/
healthierus/application.html).


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Hemorrhoids and their treatment


DEAR DRS. DONOHUE AND ROACH:
What causes hemorrhoids? I have one
that hangs out. I use hemorroidal cream
to keep away the burning. I cannot find
a doctor in the town where I live who
treats hemorrhoids. What can I do to
remedy it? R.B.
ANSWER: Hemorrhoids are bands of
anal tissue containing arteries, veins,
muscle fibers and filler material called
connective tissue. What causes enlarge-
ment of hemorrhoids isn't known with
certainty. Many believe that straining
to eliminate hard stool promotes their
formation.
When a blood clot forms in a hemor-
rhoid, that's painful. Hemorrhoids often
are subject to bleeding. What you have
is a prolapsed hemorrhoid, one that has
dropped through the anal opening.
Some measures that alleviate the
discomfort of hemorrhoids are sitz
baths. You sit in a tub with warm water
that reaches to the halfway mark on
your buttocks, and stay there for 15
minutes. Bring your heels as close to
your buttocks as you comfortably can.
Do this twice a day.
Keep your stool soft by increasing
your intake of fiber. If you can't get
enough fiber from your diet, then get a
product like Metamucil, which can be
found in all drugstores. Continue using
your hemorrhoid cream.
There's got to be a doctor who treats
hemorrhoids in your town. I looked up


the population; it would support more
than one doctor. A family doctor treats
hemorrhoids. A surgeon is bound to
practice in your town. If not, see your
family doctor and ask him for the near-
est surgeon if the family doctor thinks
you need one.
Doctors can get rid of hemorrhoids
like yours in many ways. One is to slip a
special rubber band around the hemor-
rhoid with a device that is easily used.
The rubber band deprives the hemor-
rhoid of its blood supply, and in a short
time it sloughs off. Many other proce-
dures for dealing with hemorrhoids are
available.
DEAR DRS. DONOHUE AND ROACH:
I am 80 years old. My doctor tells me I
am very healthy for my age. My ques-
tion is: How much water should I drink
each day? My wife.thinks I drink too
much water. K.W.


ANSWER: You can count all fluids
you drink as part of your fluid bal-
ance, not just water. Coffee and tea
count. Solid foods contain liquids,
and they figure into your daily intake.
Fruits and vegetables are 90 percent
water. Watermelon, berries, grapes,
tomatoes and lettuce are close to 100
percent water. Even very dry-looking
food, like bread has water in it. You
don't have to drink eight 8-ounce
glasses of water a day. That's old
information.
Drink when you're thirsty. It's true
that the sensation of thirst is blunted at
older ages, but it's still a reliable guide
for liquid need. You have to make up
the water deficit that comes with urine
formation, sweating and from the
lungs when they exhale. If your urine is
pale yellow, you are getting more than
enough water fluid.
DEAR DRS. DONOHUE AND ROACH:
My potassium is high, at 5.9. My doctor
gave me Kayexalate. My blood pres-
sure has gone up to 140/60. Is that OK?
- E.E.
ANSWER: Normal blood potassium
level is 3.5 to 5.0 mEq/L. Sometimes a
single reading of potassium is falsely
high. If you clench your fist too hard
and too often to make a vein stand
out, potassium can leak into the blood
sample. If the blood is put in a too-
warm environment, potassium rises.
Before making any moves, a second test


ought to be done to confirm the true
potassium level.
Kidney malfunction is the most
common illness cause of potassium
rise. Other blood tests didn't show that
and you have no signs or symptoms
of kidney trouble. Do you take an ACE
inhibitor or an angiotensin receptor
blocker for high blood pressure? They
elevate the potassium blood level.
Kayexalate trades sodium for potassium
in the blood. The sodium might have
raised your pressure. Your pressure is OK
for the present time, while you're getting
the potassium problem solved.
Wait for the second test. If it's high,
write back.
TO READERS: The booklet on heart
attacks explains all about America's
No. 1 killer. Readers can order a copy
by writing: Dr. Donohue No. 102,
Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475.
Enclose a check or money order (no
cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Can. with the
recipient's printed name and address.
Please allow four weeks for delivery.

Drs. Donohue and Roach regret that
they are unable to answer individual
letters, but will incorporate them in the
column whenever possible. Readers may
write the doctors or request an order
form of available health newsletters at
P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-
6475. Readers also may order health
newsletters from www.rbmamall.com.


Wrinkle-free happiness


Wrinkles are depressing. Botox
eliminates wrinkles. Ergo, Botox fights
depression.
That may be overstating things a bit,
but perhaps not by much. In the first
randomized, controlled study on the
effect of botulinum toxin the basis of
Botox- researchers at the University of
Basel in Switzerland report that depressive
patients given a single dose (five injections)
of Botox around the eyebrows experienced
a 47 percent drop in symptoms of depres-
sion compared with a control group given
placebo injections. The psychological
improvement persisted for months.
Botox, a neurotoxin, works by essentially
paralyzing superficial muscles, softening
and preventing well-worn wrinkles and
frown lines in the face. The researchers
speculate that it succeeds as an anti-
depressive because it "interrupts feedback
from the facial musculature to the brain,
which may be involved in the development
and maintenance of negative emotions."
In other words, if you can't see your
frown, maybe you don'tfeelyour frown.

Body of knowledge
The body's bone marrow produces
3 million blood cells every second and
destroys the same number.


WELL NEWS
Scott LaFee


Number cruncher
A slice of cheese pizza from Pizza
Hut (146 grams; 14-inch size pizza)
contains 390 calories, 171 from fat. It
has 19 grams of total fat or 29 percent
of the recommended total fat intake for
a 2,000-calorie daily diet.
It also contains 35 milligrams of
cholesterol (12 percent), 800 mg of
sodium (33 percent), 38 grams of total
carbohydrates (13 percent), 3 grams of
sugar and 2 g of sugar.
Serving Size 11.00000 large slice (146.0 g)

Counts
36.25 Amount, in dollars and cents,
that doctors in Ontario, Canada are paid
by the provincial government each time
they report a patient deemed to be medi-
cally unfit to drive. (They're required to
consult with the patients as well.)

Stories for the waiting room
Way before Botox can impinge
upon facial expression and psychic


well-being (see above item), there
may be a problem of pacifiers.
Researchers at the University of
Wisconsin-Madison say the heavy
use of pacifiers by baby boys ap-
pears to stunt their emotional
development because it robs them
of opportunities to mimic new and
different facial expressions they see
in others.
Girl babies don't appear to suffer the
same effect, the scientists said, possibly
because their emotional development
begins earlier or their pacifiers simply
do not daunt them.

Phobia of the week
Omphalophobia Fear of
bellybuttons

Never say diet
The Major League Eating speed-
eating record for fried potato wedges is
3.74 pounds in 8 minutes, held by Tim
"Gravy" Brown.

Observation
"I wonder why you can always read a
doctor's bill, but you can never read his
prescription." American humorist
Finley Peter Dunne (1867-1936)


Last words
"You can keep the things of bronze
and stone and give me one man to
remember me just once a year."
American journalist and author
Damon Runyon (1864-1946)

Medical history
This week in 1987, Paul Holc became
the youngest person in the world
known to have an organ transplant
of any kind when he received a new
heart at just three hours old. The heart
transplant was performed by surgeons
at Loma Linda University Medical
Center in San Bernardino County, CA.
At birth, Holc weighed 6 pounds
6 3/4 ounces and suffered from
hypoplastic left heart syndrome, a
fatal heart defect in which the heart's
left chamber is missing or atrophied.
He was delivered early by Caesarian
section because a donor heart became
available from a brain-dead baby in
Canada.

To find out more about Scott LaFee
and read features by other Creators
Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit
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Open house for radiological students Thursday


Prospective students are invited
to experience the world of radiology
technology during an open house on
Thursday, Oct. 11 from 3-6 p.m.
Medical professionals from
Lakeland Regional Medical Center's
School of Radiologic Technology will
showcase the program's state-of-the-
art diagnostic equipment, one-on-one
instruction philosophy and advanced
care practices.
The School of Radiology can be
entered through the "A" entrance
of the hospital (and attendees can
be further directed by the security


guard on duty).
Lakeland Regional's radiography
program is nationally accredited by the
Joint Review Committee on Education
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are currently employed in a variety of
radiography related fields and earn
competitive wages. From Nov. 1-
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www.lrmc.com or call 863-687-1100
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Heart Walk wall on display
The American Heart Association is
displaying their Heart Walk tribute wall in
front of the Lakeland Police Department,
219 N. Massachusetts Ave., at 11:30 a.m.
on Thursday, Oct. 11, encouraging the
community to stop by and write why they
are joining the fight against heart disease.
The tribute wall will then be on display
again at the Polk Heart Walk on Saturday,
Oct. 13 at Joker Marchant Stadium.
Everyone who stops by Thursday and
signs the wall will receive a Subway sand-
wich and an invitation to join the walk.


Jennifer Bath, whose son was born with
a congenital heart defect, will be there
with her son, signing the wall and sharing
their family's story. The Baths' story is
being shared in local Subway restaurants
where people can purchase a red heart to
benefit the local event.
The Heart Walk promotes physical
activity and heart-healthy living in a fun,
family environment and benefits the
American Heart Association. The 2012
Polk Heart Walk is scheduled for Saturday,
Oct. 13, at Joker Marchant Stadium in
Lakeland and it starts 8 a.m. For informa-
tion, visit PolkHeartWalk.org.


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the Harris Center ...


PHOTOS BY MARY CANNADAY
Guests at the George Harris Youth Shelter open house in Bartow were treated to a smorgasbord
of gourmet treats as well as a presentation by a graduate of the shelter and a tour of the facility.
The open house on Tuesday, Oct. 2 marked that the center has been in Bartow for five years.


Polk County Commissioner Melony Bell chats with visitors to the George Harris Youth Shelter's
open house. Bell said the shelter and its residents are near and dear to her heart. The open house
held Tuesday, Oct. 2 marked the fifth year the office has been located on U.S. 17 in Bartow.


Latonya Jackson, Outreach Caseworker at the George Harris Youth Shelter, takes visitors on a
tour of the facility during the open house Tuesday, Oct. 2. The facility is only five years old, and
recently underwent a sprucing up as well.

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modern floor plan, great room
concept, master suite with
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NEAR LAKE WAILES LAKE,
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Home has wood floors and
tile, kitchen has been remod-
eled with granite counter-
tops, and beautiful cabinets,
being sold as a "short sale",
call for appointment and more
information, ID # 940, PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
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COMMERCIAL OFFICE USE
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ing, would make a great office
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den, screened back porch,
call for more information,
$134,900, PRIME PLUS REAL
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ID # 4075 www.primeplus-
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NEAR WARNER UNIVERSI-
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located in crooked lake park,
spacious :phiir. :o i plan,
home has recently been
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garage with RV parking,
screen porch, $94,900 id#
4918, PRIME PLUS REAL
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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.
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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-
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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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House for Sale
313 S Palm Ave Frostproof
3BR/1BA Ig porch, cha, cor-
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83 Yale Ave 2/1, $39,900.
Call Wesley
204 Central Ave 2/1/1gar,
$49,000. OBO Call Cindy
Keystone Realty Inc.
863-635-0030

1040 CONDOS/VILLAS
FOR SALE
CONDO @ LAKE WALES
COUNTRY CLUB, Beautifully
furnished 2 Bed 2 Bath 2nd.
floor unit, Condo with Spa-
cious Floor Plan Located in
Golf Community. Family
room/lanai, Overlooks Pool,
Golf Course and Lagoon.
Many Community Amenities.
$99,900 id# 9202 PRIME
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LAKE WALES COUNTRY
CLUB 2nd. Floor Condo, Fully
Furnished, Screened Balcony,
Great View Of Golf Course
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GREAT PRICE ON THIS
FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM 2
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Wales. $29,900, -''ll.iF PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 id # 130 www.prime-
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1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
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
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37 ACRE ".11'01LE TN FARM
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spot
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tribe
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ingredient
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red meat
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planes
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Sergius II
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and a hint to
what's hidden in
the answers to
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65 Malady with
swelling
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apparatus
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3bd/lba, country house, Ig.
kitchen, ACW/ceiling fans,
garbage/sewer/water includ-
ed. $600. 863-635-6399
Lake Wales- 3BR/2BA with all
new interior paint. New flooring
throughout. 2 car gar garage. Large
screen porch $850/month, SID
$850. Available November 1. Call
Maggie Stohler at Legacy Leasing
Services, Inc 863-676-0024 or
visit www.LegacyLeases.com
Davenport- Lovely 4BR/2.5BA
pool home on corner lot. 2 sto-
ries with living space on lower
floor and bedrooms upstairs. All
new appliances in kitchen. Pool
care is included in rent.
$1175/month, SD $1175. Call
Maggie Stohler at Legacy Leasing
Services, Inc 863-676-0024 or
visit www.LegacyLeases.com
Fort Meade- 3BR/1BA with hard-
wood floors throughout. Large
backyard. Interior washer/dryer
hookup. $550/month, SD $550.
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. Also available furnished
as a seasonal rental. Call for sea-
sonal prices. Call Maggie Stohler
at Legacy Leasing Services, Inc
863-676-0024 or visit www.Lega-
cyLeases.com
Frostproof- 3BR/2BA on Lake
Reedy. Extra large lot. All new
paint and flooring. Florida room.
Interior washer/dryer hookup.
$875/month, SD $875. Call Mag-
ie 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 863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com


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1240 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR RENT
WINTERSET CONDO -
LAKE VIEW 2bd / 2bath,
upstairs
unit. Community amenities.
$800.00 per month. Security
deposit required. Call 863-
678-1498 or 863-241-1528

1300 DUPLEXES FOR RENT
BARTOW 459 Searcy Ave.
3/2, 1340 sf, w/d hookups,
CHA, appliances, 1 year
lease, $650/monthly,
$600/deposit. Call 863-603-
7715 or 863-533-4482.
BARTOW, 1 bedroom
572 E. Pearl Street.
No pets. $400/mo.
$150/security
Call Pearl 863-299-3522.
LAKE WALES lbd/lba, No
Pets, No Smoking, 1 Adult.
Rent $400 mo, SD $100. Call
676-6201

1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT
Unfurnished apt., Ibd, no
pets, 510 Francis Blvd. in
Lakeland. 863-533-0146

1340 MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT
2 or 3bd, 2ba, C/H/A, w/d
hookup. Quiet area. Close to
Bartow. $490. mo. 863-559-
2230 or 647-1958.
Unfurnished mh, 2bd, iba,
$400. mo., $200. sd,
C/H/A. No pets.
863-533-2335

1500 LOTS & ACREAGE
20 ACRES FREE! Own 60
acres for 40 acre price/pay-
ment. $0 Down, $168/mo.
Money Back Guarantee, No
Credit Checks. Beautiful
Views, West Texas. 1-800-
843-7537 www.Sunse-
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Top of the line RV park lot
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Across fro.n beach on Hwy
A1A between Vero Beach and
Fort Pierce. Boat docks, ten-
nis and heated pool overlook-
ing the ocean. Call 352-347-
4470 or Email:
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BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT
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looking for a spot to build
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PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
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HOME SITE, Nice half Acre
lot located in Beautiful Area of
Homes. Growing Region Cen-
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WOODED HOME SITE! 2
Acres of Beautiful Woods in
deed restricted community to
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11209 PRIME PLUS REAL
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LAKE FRONT ON LAKE
WALK IN WATER, Just Over
5 Acres, Partially Wooded,
Private Location, Dead End
Street. Great Price! $59,900
id# It22 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE, INC 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.co
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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
www.primeplusrealestate.co
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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-
realestate.com

1515 WATERFRONT
North Carolina Mountain
Lakefront lots. New gated
waterfront community. Dock-
able lots with up to 300' of
shoreline, Low insurance, Low
property tax. Call Now
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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

1610 BUSINESS RENTALS
Commercial property for
rent, 322 S Scenic Hwy, Lake
Wales. Excellent business
location, large building
10,000 sq. ft., 14 ft overhead
doors, 1500 sq. ft. office
show room with A/C. Security
deposit required. $2000.00
per month 863-678-1498 or
863-241-1528

1620 COMMERCIAL/
INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY
OVER 14 ACRES HIGHWAY
FRONTAGE IN AVON PARK,
Multiple parcels, with mixed
use. Excellent potential for
commercial highway busi-
ness, or income property on
U.S. 27. Bank owned, recent
appraisal and priced accord-
ingly, call for more informa-
tion. PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
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Earn Up to $.51cpm!!! CDL-
A Drivers, Tanker & Dry Van
positions available. 1 year
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work history needed. Call
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FULL TIME MAINTENANCE
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PACKING FACILITY. GENERAL
MECHANICAL ABILITY AND
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Seeking experienced
maintenance persons with
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ance repair and painting
background
Fax resume or letter of inter-
est to 407-347-1036
EOE.

MEDICAL BILLING
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tals & Insurance Companies
hiring now! No experience?
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All units have W/D hookups & kitchen appliances.
TDD 800-955-8771 Phone/Fax 863-676-9213
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-Noon
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SWe offer 1st floor apartment homes that include
1 & 2 bedroom apartments. Our amenities are
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pool, weekly resident functions, W/D connections
(in select units) and so much more! We pay some
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* From Infant to Pre "K"
* Accept After Schoolers
* Food Provided
* Beyond Center and
Circle Time Curriculum
* Early Learning
Coalition Accepted


Jackie Jackson
18 Johnson Ave, Lake Wales, FL 33853 863-521-8508
Support Groups Exercise Program for Children


CONCRETE
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Haul Rock, Sand, Dirt,
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Residential & Commercial
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Landscaping Lawn Maintenance -
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* Auto Homeowners
* Life. Health
* Business
233 E. Park Ave SANC(TLARY INSURANCE
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2001 HELP WANTED
MOMS WORK FT/PT, no
experience necessary, we
train. New Swarovski Crystal
Jewelry by Touchstone Crys-
tal. $500 TO $5,000/MONTH
(407)295-1522 kontactkelly-
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Need CDL Drivers A or B
with 2 yrs recent commerical
experience to transfer motor
homes, straight trucks, trac-
tors, and buses. www.mamo-
transportation.com (800)501-
3783
Need CDL Drivers A or B
with 2 yrs recent commerical
experience to transfer motor
homes, straight trucks, trac-
tors, and buses, www.mamo-
transportation.com (800)501-
3783
Needed full or partime
Licensed Physical Thera-
pist for Medical office
located in Arcadia, Fl
Send resume: jblack-
mon.ama@gmail.com or
call 863-993-2966 ext
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2001 HELP WANTED
OTR Driver wanted. 1 yr.
min. exp., 48 states, compet-
itive pay. Contact:
walter@sungardenlogistics.co
m. 352-263-7791.
OTR DRIVERS- Food Grade
Tank Drivers. CDL-A w/tank
endorsement, Good MVR &
Hazmat within 90 days
required. Up to 42cpm
w/additional mileage incen-
tives & benefits. (877)882-
6537 or www.oakleytrans-
port.com
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NEEDED
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pensation Paid. Call
Attorney Charlotte Dan-
ciu
1-800-395-5449
FL Bar # 307084
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ciu
1-800-395-5449
FL Bar # 307084
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2005 SERVICES
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5109

6000
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6012 GARAGE SALES
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13th, 7am-2., 450 Jackson.
TV's, sewing machine, Christ-
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13, 8 til 12. 613 NE 3rd St.
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Call: 863-533-1791.

6020 AUCTIONS
LAKEFRONT HORSE FARM 5-
Bedroom Home, 3-Stall Barn,
Large Workshop, Garage,
Scenic Lake Frontage, Dock,
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(800)997-2248. www.iron-
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2004 Chrysler Sebring LX
Convertible. 1-owner, 2.7L
V-6 engine automatic with
117k miles and 150hp @
5500rpm, keyless entry,
remote trunk release, trac-
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438-3333
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Dodge Jeep Ram
42650 Highway 27
Davenport, FL 33837
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FOR SALE


New 2012 Dodge Charge
SXT PLUS. Has a 3.6L V6
VVT Pentestar Engine. 8
speed Auto Transmission w/
E-shifter. Red leather buckets
seats with black trim. 4.3
Unconnect radio w/ lyr sub-
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watt amp. Power sunroof,
body color spoiler. Audio
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holders heated front and
back seats. For more infor-
mation call Shea Gipson at
Posner Park Chrysler at 863-
438-3333


Posner Park Chrysler
Dodge Jeep Ram
42650 Highway 27
Davenport, FL 33837

6270 WANTED TO
BUY/TRADE


BUYING
GOLD, SILVER,
COINS, JEWELRY
Highest Prices In History!

ANY CONDITION
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Call first to confirm I'm there
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7140 MISC.DOMESTIC
AUTOS
2000 CADILLAC DEVILLE ,
less than 55k miles. Pearl
white w/camel vinyl top. Nice
leather interior. Fully loaded.
Exc. cond. $7,200 863-559-
6935

7260 AUTOS WANTED

CASH FOR CARS!
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7333 MISC. BOATS
JON BOAT, 14ft. 6hp John-
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thurst trolling motor. Live well.
$1200 Call 863-899-2648.


Mercury Inflatable Boat with
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engine with 20 hp. Has a blue
Marine Canopy. Comes with
paddles and a 6.6 gal tank. 5
person capacity or 8251bs.
Plus lots'of extras!! For more
information call Shea Gipson at
Posner Park Chrysler at 863-
438-3333
Posner Park Chrysler
Dodge Jeep Ram
42650 Highway 27
Davenport, FL 33837


7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS
2001 Honda CBR F41 600
motorcycle. Runs great 17k.
miles
863-285-8705. $2,800


2006 Honda Shadow with
7,917 miles. 1300cc
engine, clean, red with good
tires and has never been
played down. For more infor-
mation call Shea Gipson at
Posner Park Chrysler at 863-
438-3333
Posner Park Chrysler
Dodge Jeep Ram
42650 Highway 27
Davenport, FL 33837

7370 CAMPERS/
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2010 Cargo Trailer 5 X 8
V-Nose with ramp door, elec-
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floor, good tires. Only
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Call: (866) 906-9755 or
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FINAL CLOSEOUT New
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south of SR 60 Lake Wales,
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& bath, MSRP $27,355
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